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Lw SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 40fVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 25 1902 9 AlIt NO THE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR A Phenomenal Success In Every Particular Fine Show Horses Speedy Ra cers and People by the thousand The first annual meeting of the Crab Orobard Fair fc Racing Association begun under most favorable clrcunv stances at U oclock Wedneiday morn log Tbo weather wee propitious the crowd WM fairly large everything was in readiness and everybody was In good Cheer MagnlOcent show stock was present by tbo hundreds while speedy trotters and pacers and fleetfooted bangtail tilled every stable on the grounds Think of nearly 200 show boraei and racers the very best In the Slate at a country fair and you nan Imagine what a contest of quality and speed there was there yesterJay and the day before President 11 II Bra naugh was probably tbo happiest man on the grounds when bo saw every thing start off so nicely Droad smiles also covered the faces of Secretary A W Buchanan and Assistant Secretary W D Wallln whllo tbo directors and stockholders shook hands with tbcm sells 10 good did tboy feel over tbo prtiptoi There Isnt a bettor place I for a fair In the State and the 81AOO or 2JOO expended on tbo track and am pbltltgatre was money judiciously ued- Tbe11 bo point In tbe 3 0 foot empbl theatre where every yard of the track can sat be teen and tbo track Itself Is us pretty as It Is fait Abundant sla bias bare been built uad n judges and bud stand big enough for a dwelling are other Improvements that have been made and In tbe erection of which tx I collect Judgment has been dliplnyed 1ST DAYWEDNESDAY JULY 23 y Cattle any breed CATTLE for beet nod breed I ing purpose 1 Belt bull under one year 6 M Didnt Flit 2 heat holler under ono year 5 00 Woods Walker Garrard prem L fleet bull any ago 10 Oft Woods Walker Garrard pram 411wt sew any age 10 01 Woods Walker Garrard prem and cert 50 Ieet bad ono bull and tireo oewa or holfors ownod by ono person IS W Woods Walker Garrard prem and cert 0 neat ratted astral any age R or MX 10 N A W Buchanan Lincoln prom Wood Walker Garrard cert SWINGANY BREED 7 fleet boar ono year and over G 00- Dldni Fill 8 Belt boar one year old C 90 Orange T Frye Doyle prom and cert 9 fleet sow ono year and over C 00 J G Irvine Boyle prom Orange T Fryo Boyle cert 10 Best sow ono year old 5 01 Orange T Frye Doyle pram J G Ir Tine Doyle cert 11 DOlL sow and pigs any breed consisting of 0 or more r pigs binder 4 months 10 09 J G Irvine Doylo pram and cert BOY RIDER 12 Best boy rider under tIC teen years of age saddle 10 00 Den Robinson Garrard prem Chas Dunn Madison cert PRETTIEST GIRL 2 TO 5 YEARS 13 Prettloit little miss from 2 to G years a fine bat G 00 I Mary Martha Gainer Garrard prem Sarah Elizabeth Wllbolt Wood ford cert FANCY SADDLE HORSES I Considerations Slylo size form no- tionI and soundness 14 Beet fancy eadlo mare or gelding 3 years or over 20 00 l Mat Cohen Madison prom Roy Deaz ley Doylo cert HARNESS HORSES Considerations to bo judged according- to size style form action and speed 15 Boat suckling colt either sex dsoaeoa to Red Leaf CO 00 Bob Wood Lincoln prem J Dledsoo Bailey Lincoln cert 1C Best stallion mare or geld ing ono year and under two 10 00 A P Bruce Boyle prom rJ FThomjv son Garrard cert 17 Best stallion mare or geld ing two years and un dot three 10 00 0 0 Carpenter Lincoln prem A P Bruce Doyle cert 18 Best mare or gelding three years and under tour 15 00 Reb Goddard Mercer prem I C James Mercer cert 10 Host maro or gelding four 1yoars and over 20 00 A P Bruce Doyle pram Wm M I Dodd Lincoln cert NEW YORK MARE OR GELDING 20 host Now York mare or gelding any ago 25 00 J T Crcnsbaw Favette prem Farris Denny Doyle cert ROADSTER STALLION Consideration Speed style and en durance 21 Dear stallion any age 35 00 H C Traynor Madison prem Robt Walker Madison cert TUB HACKS Tho racing wns in deed n feature of the day A E Hundley of Hole was starter nnd ho proved n most excellent one Tho first running race fiveeighths of n milu dashwas won by W D Mooro of Danville Frank Sloan of Lexington was second and non Duncnn third Time 107 The threo minute trot was won by lIon ry Trnynor of Richmond with Bud White eucoml and Bob Walker third Host time 2S9 White won the first heat and corns second the next three Tho second running rnco mile heats 2 in throowas tnkon in straight hints by Prank Sloan of Lexington lIe also lot second hubby It II Dronmigh woe third Host time 150 12 Henry Minks of IlookonBtlo won tho mule race with G D Durdott eccond I SECOND DAY JACK STOCK- S2 Diet Jaik under ono year ttO 00 Didnt Fill 2C net Jack 3 years and over 16 OH Bony Carter Lincoln prom and cert 14 non Jennet 2 years and un der 3 10 00 James Wood Lincoln prem and cert 91 BMt jnet 3 years and over 10 00 Didnt Fill- HORSES 20 Boit mare and suckling colt either sex 10 00 J P Drown Casey prem Phil Nun nellay Lincoln cert FANCY SADDLE MARE 27 DOlt fancy saddle mare any age 20 00 CantJdoraUon judged according to size style form notion and speed Matt Cohen Madison prem J T Crensbaw Fayotto ecru St Dist pair mares or geldings 55 00 A P Bruce Boyle pram neb God dhrd Meroer cert St nil stallion 3 years and wader 4 20 00 J T Crensbaw Fayette prom R E Goddard Mercer eon M BMt stallion 4 years oM and- over 25 00 J T Cronsbnw Fayette prom Robt Walker Madison cert COMBINED RING 31 DilL combined mare or gold ing any ago 25 00 Matt Cohen Madlion prem J T Crcnshaw Fayctte cert 32 Dot oolt under ono year either sex 15 00 Dledsoo Bailey Lincoln prem Dob Wool Lincoln cert FANCY TURNOUT Consideration General appearance of rig and occupants no vehicle allowed to bo decorated 33 Fancy turnout shown by lady and gentleman 15 00 J T Crensbaw Fayette prom A Lo gan Denny Doylo cert BABY RINGS Judges of this ring must be hold personally responsible for all fights and fusses between mothers 34 Prettiest girl baby under 1 year old G 00 Mrs Fred McClure Lincoln girl prom 36 Prettiest boy baby under ono year old 5 00 Mrs W D Wallln Lincoln boy prem SADDLE HORSES 3C Best mare or gelding any ago 25 00 Matt Cohen Madison prem J T Crenshaw Fayette cert 37 Dost stallion any age 25 00 C T Sandtdge Lincoln prom J T Crensbaw Fayette cert ROCKAWAY RING Considerations Stylo form gentle ness pleasant handling and ac lion regardless of speed not less than 1C bands high 38 Best rockaway mare or geld ing to bo driven to rock away 15 00 Tip Bruce Doylo prem J T Croc haw Fayette cert ROADSTER RING Considerations Speed stylo and en durance 39 Best stallion maro or geld ing any ago 50 00 J R Dcazley Lincoln prom Robert Walker Madison cert Second Days Racing Program 1 Running Race Threefourths of a mllo dash for 3yearolds and over 1100 00 ICO to 1st 2G to 2d 15 to 3d to carry 110 pounds or over Frank Sloan Lexington let and 2d John Bowman Lexington 3rd Time 123I2 Trotting race Mile heats 3 In 5 240 class 100 00 ICO to 1st 25 to 2d IG to 3d Henry Traynor Richmond let Bud White Richmond 2nd Matt Co hen Richmond 3d Time 243 3 Running race Ono halt mile heats best 2 In 3 for threeyearolds and over 100 00 ICO to 1st 125 to 2d V15 to 3d To carry 110 pounds or over Frank Sloan let Ben Duncan 2d W D Moore 3rd 4 Pacing race 230 class one mile heats 3 In 510000 JflO to 1st 25 to 2d 15 to 3d Bud White let Dob Walker 2d Ben Duncan 3rd 6 Running race Plug horses one halt mile dub maiden jockeys 10 00- U to tat 13 to 2d a2 to 3d Catch weights Special premium by Baatln Telephone Co W D Wallin 1st Egbert Wallln 2nd Dob Stapleton 3rd HINOLRTS Perfect order has prevailed Yesterdays crowd was estimated it 2760 to 3600 Joe Newland Is at his Crab Orchard borne after some months spint at Pen nlngton Va lion G G Gilbert was at the fair shaking bacds with his many Intones and admirer Mrs John R Brooks and little daugh ter XUpa of Atlanta aro with Miss Mollie Brooks Davo Wilcox only has ono horse but bo U a good oneR M Jackson Ar thur W 1W There are 160 odd show and racehorses on tbo ground and there Isnt a baa one among them J Carroll Halley Is on haQd with a rood string of bread winners J Died eon Bailey Is assisting him Mn A C DUNN has done vAluablo work for the fair end Is due no little of tbo credit of tbo suoecis of It Mrs John Carson and Miss Hazel Kirk Slaughter of Drewton Ala are guests of Miss Claudio Dolman Roy Dcazlov lion tbe grounds with a string of throe Glonworth Maid Vochtl and another all duneW S Burch I assisting Secretary A W Buchanan and Assistant Secretary W D Wallin and le proving of great help G T Sandldge has a good string composed of Preston a full brother of Gypsy Queen Miss Gould and a three yearold utallloo by Rex Me Donald II C Traynor the veteran Richmond relnimdn has Foxball 2201 Bmla a fourvear old trotting Jennie V by Abdallah MambrlDo and Lindell a pacerMr and Mrs E C Galneanf Lancaster showed Mr and Mrs Wili Gaines pretty daughter Martha May Gaines and won tbe blue tic She to a little beauty Tbe muolc which was furnished by tbe Crab Orchard band was excellent Tbe bov deserve much credit for the alan of music given as well am the man ner In which It was executed- J T Crensbaw string consists of 11 crackerjacks headed by Kentucky Ar lift the champion xaddlo ttalllon Ills other pood one are Kentucky Belle Mabel C Souia DudeHlgbland Maid Highland Star a pair of fancy harnct gelding n fancy roadmaro and fine roadster gelding CHURCH MATTERS Rev W E Arnold will fill his pulpit at McKendreo church Saturday night and Sunday Rev Preston Blake of Lexington will preach at the Baptist church Sun day week Aug 3rd Warrants were Issued at Port Gibson Miss for Rev Jean Skylee aged 33 who Is accused of having five wives The next session of the Danville Die trlct Conference will be held In Stan ford Tbo last session held hero was in 1887 Union services will be held at the Christian church Sunday night Rev J W Hagln will preach Services be gin at 745 Eld J W Sheppard of Nashville will begin a urotractcd meeting at tbe Church of CbrUi on Lancaster street At 11 A M Sunday Everybody Invited Tbo Kentucky Conference M E Church South will meet at London Sept 3rd Bishop H C Morrison will preside This conference covers about ona third of the State and represents about 250 preachers itinerant and local and 31000 members Tbe treasurer of the Methodist MU lion Guineas Fund has announced that tie Roval Aquarium Theater popertv in London comprising two and a half acres has been purchased for 330000 for the central headquarters of Unl vere l Methodism The property in elude Mrs Langtryi Imperial Theater which will be transformed Into an annex of the Church house NEWS NOTES I A Pawnee Indian tint heed granted aI dlvnrue HI Guttirio 0 T The Oblo Legislature has been called to meet In extraesion- I Col Milton C Russell died suddenly at Maysvllle of heart disease Ashley Cooke and Tom Lauderdale were banged at Greenville Miss Mrs Wllkereon Amos ailed about 70 Is dead at Flat Lick Knox county Mrs Mallnda Simon aged 104 Is dead at Bowling Green Mr Ellen Wright Win killed at La snilc III In attempting to save tbe life of a put dog A strong fltw of gas was struck In tbo heart of tbe town of Subree at a depth of OS feet Toe Cblneas according to Pearson Weekly fear rain believing tbat tbe raindrop breed vermin- A monument to Confederate Gen W H T Walker who was killed 38 years ago Wild unveiled at Atlanta Cal Thomas Ward Chief of Staff to Gen Mlles was appointed DMgadcr General vice Jacob Smith retired James Cockrlll the Town Marshal of Jackson Dreathltt county died of tbo wound Inflicted by an unknown assas In Mrs Ellen Turley of Hopkins coun ty while temporarily insane shot and killed her fouryearold child fired at two other children and then committed sulolfle West Indian and South American In surrection are keeping tbe United States Navy Department hustling to provide warships to protect American Interests Tho Philadelphia Public Ledgercon ducted for thirty years by the late George W Child was sold to Adolpb S Ocb The reported price paid was 82223000 At Washington Ind an engine blew up while pulling a frleght train near Claremont rod Engineer John Con nety and Fireman Mike Muster were killed Instantly Consul Bureau figures show the number of farm in tbe United States In 1000 to have been 5739657 with an ag gregate value together with their Im provement of 120514001833 John Jolly le the name of a farmer living in Happy Hollow near Pleasan ton Mo and some people will doubtless try to pronounce the name of this State as though It spelled misery Letters of administration on the estate of Mrs Lucille D Lane have been granted to her father Senator Black burn In Washington He Is aleo guard Ian of his grand daughter Teresa B LaneTho Baltimore t Ohio railroad has lot contracts for 40000 tons of rails to bo used in Its regular maintenance work dursng next year Onehalf of tbe contracts wore given the United State Steel Corporation and onehalf to Independent mill The price U 123 a ton A cotumltne representing the Broth orbood of Railway Employe in Lout vlllo has drawn up a wage scale for freight handlers representing an aver ago advancement of about 815 a month which It proposes to submit to tbo management of the Louisville and Nash vllle railroad Ashley Cocke and Tom Lauderdale who killed G M Wrayan engineer on a train on the Yazoo and Mississippi railroad near Leland Miss Deo 30 1001 wero hanged at Greenville Miss in the pretence of 0000 people Cocko went to tho gallows swearing and his last wordiwerc curses on the people of Greenville Lauderdalo went to death silently Considerable dllTcreces are repor ed amomg lodges Of tin plate worke a over the proposition of the American Tin Plate Company for a 25 per cent re duction In wages The Indiana lodges oppose tbo reduction whllo a majority of the Oblo lodges aro reported to be In favor of it Mrs Sallie J Kinkead manager of a hotel at Scobree baa tiled suit In the Webster Circuit Court for 50000 dam ages against John R Lambert Mr Lambert who la Circuit Clerk of Hen dereoo county was camping out near Seebrce and ordered a jug of whiskey shipped to Mr Klnkeada hotel Mrs Ktnkead paid tbe charges smashed tbo jug and then sued Mr Lambert for damages A CURE FOltSUMMEH COMPLAINT Summer complaint Is unusally preval ent among children this oisnn A well developed case In the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy one of the best paten medicine manufactured and which la always kept on hand at tbo home of ye scribe This is not intended as a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little Bufierera who may not be within easy access of a physician No family should be with out u bottle of this medicine In the house especially In summer tlmeLan sing Iowa Journal For sale by Craig Mocker Druggists 1III 1 I rt I This is the mouth for anti this is the place for to1i t gt r 1I 11lf IT PAYS TO TRADE AT m THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing IEiJi Your money back It youre not satisfied Z 2 MILLER flavi1J k J GREAT CLEARANCE ALE r GreatReduetionsin Prices e THESALEISNOWONand reduced Now is the time to get goods at the right prices at the New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank Mens shoes worth 450 our sale price 300 Mens shoes worth 350 at 250 Mens shoes worth 225 our price lGO Mens fine shoes worth 200 will now go at 138 Mens shoes worth 175 now 12G Mens shoed worth 150 special salo 98c Mens 500 suits at 208 Mens 7 50 suits at y 448 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made nt 650 Mens 1200 suits go nt 7 50 Mens 1500 suits well fiuUhed guaranteed fit specialiprice 925 Boys suits nt your own price Boys knee pants worth 50e clearance sale price 19c x C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY OIL STOVESThere is something brand new on the market in the way of oil stoves anti we have itIt is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove This stove is absolutely safe and reliable and we will guarantee it tp bake your bread just as brown as you want it in n very few seconds It saves time fuel nnd temper Ono gallon of oilJwillun ono burner 18 hours Call and let us show you the stove Higgins a McKinney9 STANFORD KENTUCKY Q Sponges oap and Toilet Articles OJ Bargain Sale Now On i Craig Hooker STANFORD 1 0ticdcJ rIA preparation forieradicating the dis agreeable odorsjarising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly Charmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY li THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commlnloner tot the M District subject to the will of the democracy H H HENNINGER Oi W7ne County is a candftate for EUte Trmi urer subject to the action of the Democratic putjr ROBERT HARDING of DsnTlUr Is a candidate for Circuit Judge sub ject to the action of the Democratic putf CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer li I candidate lor Commonwealths At torney In this the 18th Jaillelal dlitrlct aut ct to the acton of the mocntlo i T For Congress G G GILBERT- Of Shelby ATTENTION COMMITTEEMEN I The members of tho executive com mlttee of the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky will convene at the court house la the city of Danville Ky Saturday AUR 9 1002 at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of determining the time and manner of nomltailog a dem ocratlc candidate for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney for said die trlct R OWARRENChmnI3th a SENATOR MCLAURIN ofSouth Carl olina has declined the proffered ap pointment to the vacancy on the bench of the United States court of claims In his letter to President Roosevelt ho inclosed a newspaper clipping which charged that be had sold himself for the office McLaurln was no doubt scared Into declining the fat office by Senator TUImana threat to further show him up The turncoat knew that his record could not stand such a thing THE Aeeautnptlon Independent a weekly newspaper at Peoria Ill announces that It will begin the publica tion of the Holy Bible thla week com menclng with Genesis and continuing until the whole in published It will require 60 years to complete the whole publication Mighty good reading but the editor will find that his readers the majority of whom have Bibles had much rather have local matter to pe ruseTDB democratic committee of the 14th judicial district has declared Judge James E Cantrlll and Mr Robert B Franklin the nominees for clr cult lodge and Commonwealths attor nay respectively In that district both being without opposition Good A judge and Commonwealths attorney like these two should not have oppose tion but should serve for life or as long as they desire to do so IF as Is the rate among Christian Scientists Is but 232 per thousand as against something like six times that ratio among the general population there Is a pretty good foundation for a Christian Science propaganda Of course other factors have to be considered but the figures If they can be verified certainly will set people to thinking LEWIS D SAMPSON has sold the Barbourvllle Newt to John M Messer to engage In other business of greater magnitude though we are sure ho will Viol find any more congenial Ho offers the Kentucky Oil Journal for sale also Both of these papers have proved mon ey makers from the start TUE news from Breathitt is euougb to make the blood run cold Thirty six murders since Christmas and no ad equate punishments sought to suggest the most drastic remedies The county ought to be put under martial law and kept under It till the people become civilized MR CHARLES A HARDIN of Har rodsburg a clever gentleman a demo crat tried and true and a good lawyer announces for Commonwealths attor ney this issue Consider his claims POLITICAL Secretary Shaw of the treasury de partmental headman declares that he i heartily In accord with civil service Gov Beckman has appointed Hon Ira Julian of Frankfort to act as Spe cial Judge of the Knox circuit court Judge Faulkner being disqualified to a serveSenator McLaurln sold his democrat- Ic birthright for a mess of republican pottage and then couldnt stomach the melllLou Times Chairman Grlgga of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Commltee says the Democrats should win with the r tariff trusts Philippines and the ship subsidy as Issues Service Commissioner Procter an Inspector to visit Louis ICivil Investigate charges of money for political purposes In the the Fifth Internal Revenue foroces for toOOOO was received by Secretary Wilson of the United Mine Workers from the Illinois miners Within four weeks the mine workers + of that State have contributed 1100000 and are said to havo5300001a reserve h LANCASTER Quito a number ofGarrard people attended the Crab Orchard fair A threeyearold child of J T Wil llama Is very 111 of typhoid fever MIllS Annie Royston has resigned her position as a teacher of the Garrard graded school Corn Is In an exceptionally tine con dition and will probably yield 10 barrels to tho acre Mlsa Olivia Sweeney will teach the West Point school and will begin about the middle of August Tho first lot of brick Is ready for use on the parsonage and another kiln of 40000 Is now being burned Tho electric light plant Is soon to re cclvo some new fixtures and wilt bo equal to any plant in this section Fox Lawson bought 12 hogs of W H Furl atOto J L McCarley bought a lot of lambs of the same at 6c Anderson and E R Rice two leading farmers of Shelby county are In thla section buying a lot of fine Jersey cows The Sunday school at Herrings schoolhouse will give a picnic tomorrow in the grove of Mr Erasmus Dunn Tho 3rd annual elocutionary contest for Garrard county will be hold in this city at the opera house on the evening of Aug 21 Mrs Susan Anderson received a tele gram Tuesday apprising her of the death of her youngest son Elijah Hat Fonda Iowa Rare stones are said to be an element of the Cartersvllle soli George Green having found what is pronounced a black diamond The tobacco In this section Is said to be In good condition Breathitt Brown Jr a successful grower of the weed reporting his crop firstclass Mrs Williams the mother of Mrs J E Woolford was severely kicked by a horse on the side of the face and wail at first supposed to be fatally Injured Miss Claudia Peters the teacher In the kindergarten department has tendered her resignation and will go to Hlndman Knott county for the ensu log year The drilling for water still continues and a depth of 100 feet or more has now been reached A small stream was struck Saturday but not In any appre table quantity The foreman and driller are confident of finding a good supplyMrs Ewell Renaker and two daugh ters of Winchester are visiting J C Thompson and family W O Wher rltt of New Orleans Is the guest of his parents Misses Eva and Ethel Grant of Danville are visiting their grandmother Mrs H A Price Rev H N Faulconer and family of Hills boro 0 are visiting Lancaster rela- tIves Mleees Margaret and Nan Den- ton James of Lexington are visiting Mrs J I Hamilton Miss Annie Roy ton Is visiting In Somerset Sflae Theo Hemphlll has been enjoying a recuper ative stay at Estlll Springs George Harris telegraph operator at Grays bail been on a visit to his parents Miss Fannie Doty Is the guest of Maysvllle friends Mrs Kennedy and daughter Miss Augusta of Lexington are visit log Mrs Banks Hudson Editor Louis Landram attended the State Press As Boclatton at Owensboro Mr and Mrs A H Rice Mrs Louis Landram and Misses Attic and Bessie Marksbury are recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Ellene Hlatt and little sister Mattte of Winchester are visiting J A Hlatt and family Mrs W M Bo gle of Owensboro Is with her parents Mrs James White of Knoxvllle Is visiting Mrs Jesse Doty Miss Bruce Wearen of Paducah Is the guest of Miss Besile Bateon + Mrs Margaret Stevens left this week for a trip to Texas Mr and Mrs J R Mount of LaGrange are guests of R E McRob erts and family Mrs Armp Elkln of Louisville la visiting Mrs Sam John ton Miss Kittle Mason is at home again after a visit to Hllleboro 0 Mlsa Christine Bradley la spending tho week at Crab Orchard Springs THIS AND THAT Fire at Owansboro did gamage esti mated at 100000 Cubans are waxing wroth In a discus sion of the annexation question- Al Prewltt an alleged murderer waa shot and killed by a Sheriffs posse In Clinton county W R Tilford an I C conductors knocked down and robbed by three tramps at Paducah The Continental Tobacco works and the Oaborn planing mill at Owensboro were destroyed by fire Contributions to the anthracite miners strike fund are pouring In the Illi nois organization contributing 150000 Ex Grand Master McClanahan an Iowa Mason has lost his hand as the result of the too hearty grips of a friendTwelve thousand acres of land 5000 of which was under cultivation was in undated yesterday by the breaking of the Illinois river levee at Havana Chief of Police Wilmoutb of Elklns attemptlnthird Elkins Chief of Police to be murdered in a year The Kentucky Press Association at Owen boro elected Thomas G Wat kins Courier Journal President Paul Moore Earllngton Bee VIle Preldent and Robert Mornlngatar Secretary Vaughan Dabney aged 14 while shooting a flobart rifle at Paducah accidentally shot his grandmother Mrs Sol O Vaughan through the abdomen Inflicting probably a fatal wound THE GREAT NORTHWEST LANCASTER KY July 21 Please- allow me to say a few more words about my trip to the great Northwest A pioneer In Washington Stato said that If the Pilgrim fathers had landed on the Western shore the East would never have been settled ThU la put ting It a little strong In the loalotbe agricultural mineral and lumber Interests of the West furnish Induce meets for rapid Immigration and In a quarter of a century It will be densely populated Fruit and wheat yield abundantly The nights are too cool for the development of corn and wheat la used us hay during winter bunnh grass keeping tho stock In good cons tlon during tho remainder of the year In the groat wheat bolt of South eastern Washington but little rainfalls and even where there Is no Irri gation from 25 to 60 bushels are harvested Frequent dust storms occurtn those sections the roll being a light volcanlo ash which was doubtleea formed by volcanic eruptions Mt Ra nler being near that section and many formations going to verify this asser tlon The nights are cool wraps being used after sunset and two or three bed covers during the night That Is a great place for the farmer but to one from the Middle States the absence of birds trees and running streams Ivei It a desolate appearance There are other sections however neater moun tain ranges where vegetation grow luxuriantly and the finest fruit Is rated Spokane Is a beautiful city of 40 000 Inhabitants and only 20 years old In one section of the State the rarest lowers form heavy clusters on the roadside and form fragrant arches overhead Potatoes yield abundantly weighing several pounds and I was told that turnips grow as large as an ordinary aioveplpc joint The stock of horses la being Improved but at present they are principally what we call plugs known to them as the broncho and cayuse which run wild on the ranchea and can hardly be domesticated A good stock of cattle la being Introduc ed Tbe wild animals consist chiefly of tbe coyotte buffalo Jap Indian and Chinaman I only saw one colored man and he worked at a whisky saloon Whlto house servants cost from 13 to 15 per week Malo laborers receive 12 per day which Is cheap enough when we consider the fact that tbe cost of living Is high Beef costs 16 cents eggs 20 cents and potatoes 00 cents pork being literally out ol sight at times Yet at present mood It cheap and any one who will attend to business can make money on the farm and In many other ways Many fortunes have been made on ranches frum crop and stock la the mines and out of the vast timberlands Our railroad connection and service were absolutely faultless going and returning I am constrained to say a good word for the L S N the Monon to Chicago tbe Chicago k Northwei tern to St Paul and the Northern Pa clfio Railroad to North Dakota Montana Idaho and Washington on the Pa cific Shore Many thousands are tak ing advantage of the low rates the site and excellent service and the beautiful scenery along this route M D UCOIIES Maj James Parker of tbe Adjutant Generals office has complied statistics showing that there were 2501 engage ments between the American troops and tbe Filipinos between February 4 1899 and April 30 1002 Tha percent age of killed and wounded Americans to the strength of tbe army Is 07 DIe ease carried off 47 officers and 2545 en listed men BARGAIN BABIES If babies were for sale the most invet erate woman in the world would not look coca bargain baby She would want the best baby that be bought regardless of price Every woman raves a healthy handsome child and her cray ing can be gratified if she vrlll but remember that the health is her own gift and to give health abe must v have it to give- Mothcra behavehave nursed in t a th their first strong child after Dr Picrcc Prrorhe iTKcrrption It ie the best preparative for maternity cocoa the 1e quieting Ue nerves and inducing ro freibin sleep It gives the mother strength to give her and makes the babyi xiretrt practically pnlnle+e Mr woe ted been lick nearly all her ilk Bays Mr K B Fricke of Frlmtan KentiA Co niiaoia Boa 367 and after trrag crrr I could think of I made up my mind to try Jfprite rr ttt UlUlM my took a table three time a rain tee t came She Hit furies after taking Ux tint fnrtk useSwl1 baby ws- born berrI ed nine aDG a half poaodL Today he Is sbclnontbs aid and weighs twentytwo pound lIe Is II good a child as anr one The doctor says he u as beaUhyas any baby codld be and ale says the one your FaTorKe PrctKxiption was the caaae itch a healthy baby Dr Nerves Pleasant Pellets are the beat and safest laxative for the use erf delicate women e I = i i ye tt tt S 1 tt tt tt Ss P S 1 i The Grand LeadersI Specials 1 HI For This Week I M- ivv fi I Read this advertisement carefully Ws save you half on tfffi- v every article I 500 yards spool cotton 10 spool IOe whole 101106 Co- Bee itety pins lc 1e 5o Spoolsilk all colors lo r 5 palm lent inns for Cc- 5cI hooks nnil oycs flc o Lnrgo 8170 towel 5c IQc fans for 5c tt25emens how supporters ICc- EC hnir pins lat 0c neckwear 25c Indies good black hose 5c I Childrens 2hc how 12 l2c Clothing is our hobby AVo can and will ilno you dollnra on every suit purchased of ns We will sell you n well nindo black suit for n S B I te2 ee eo O t r FEED AND SALE Doreen and Mules constantly on band and for ale at all time W Logan Wood Manager KY Manufacturer of o o Write For prices J He CO proprietors feed And Sale Draco Old Stands Depot St KY New and Turnout at IteatonabU Rate Special Attention to Travel Ing Phone No M The KY Goods Give Him a Call R R That socalled cheap hmirnnco la tho dearest thing on earth That n dollar saved in tho pre mium may cost you n hundred in n loss Hint solid crab in sight and sure That insurance in the Home of New York can ho relied on Jcsso D Exclusive Agent for Lincoln and Cuioy Counties Kentucky FOR In order to settle tbe of John Ronta Jr and J Uonta having died lit December we will leU 2700 acre of timber land In Adalrcoun ty This land contains between 1000 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar pak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber ThU tract of land 1 close to the famous oil field of Wayne and is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes of II In one body bargain fortome one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M or Oscar lion a Faulkner Ky J L it Co ALSO DKUXM la a call Prices right Carter 8275 Wo have sumo strictly till wool e ef suits that wo will coll you for S1U8 worth 8N eslorcd9 ed cloy worsted suit made worth 818 now 81008 Boys suits at 18c to 85 nil hnrgaius iI1 Mens Hats ions wida brim fur hats worth 82 fjxxrinl lOdilys price U8c liens fine railroad shape lint worth up to 82 10 days price SOc f dozen sttHlmU worth 81 50 82 825Q mill 88 special lOtlnys GOc Mens 81 ounce crushers l0 a50c 10 dozen mens straw hats worth up to S1rIO nit go at lOc Mens nimmor cloth late go ut 5o each a t i1 The Grand Leader y Hays Levy Props Levy Manager lehteaNtegFte le FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY STABLE ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE BRTCK1And Lime Cement BOONS Livery Stable STANFORD BC RUPLEY Merchant Tailor STANFORD WarrantedFit EJYiE1J3 experienced management guarantee indemnity Woaron Stanford OarrarJIloyle TIMBER LflND SflLE partncriUlpbuilnet HardlDIIarrodiburg Beazley Undortakora and- Embalmers FttrnitnreMatt1ngSRugsThey gTANFORD KENTUCKY ologuntly Issdayeprice ANNOUNCEMENTlaving I III Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs II Sterling Silver Novelties c iJercdII+ I I W H MUELLER Prescription Securityf If you knew all the facts nhout our proscription department I your proscriptions would oomo hero oven if our prliea wore high which they novor are If you knew tho maajuros wo take to insure tho purity and frashnOH of our druga if you woro iltmiliar with tho tafoguards wo throw nhout tho com pounding and various other nicthotU eeulnr to this atom you could not help having entire oonfidoneo in tho auoumoy of any prescription wo put up To lave such wirvicc to feel rafoia worth something nl1tllt costs nothing extra Pennys Drug Store Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W Jr Pros Richmond Ky lleantlfully situated In the blneerais region Has advantage that no other female college In the State afford Just closed one of the most successful sessions In Its hinter female college In Kentucky that kllllIl faculty composed of graduate of University of Michigan Ann Arbor Columbia University Nany VnnOerbllt Unl rverlty and other of the worlds greatest schools with rucnrd uninrpaased a Instruc ton Musk department exceptionally strong with instructors from the greatest HIKer FrqusntIllustratedne almost unknown 000 table No fussyteachsn end tor First National I BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was established II the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1659 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1S68 and again reorganized al the First National of In 1863 having had practically an uolnter rupted existence for U years n b Better supplied now with facilities for transact ingbusina prompUy and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Paxton J B Owsley B Bhanka W Walker Cool good The Farmers Dank Trust and under same such business relations wilt provo 7aaaslet JJIIi i I J S Ireat J J MoUOREUTS Ohr W F Reid Llncolu Co B T Harris Lincoln Oo J B lIocker Lincoln Co P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard D Elmore Stanford B II Ilauguman Stanford T IS 11111 Stanford Jaa Robinson Hubblo J11 Stanford W P Tate Stanford II LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK ssoooo Directors II O W Successors to k Company eonttnuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping mutually beneficial Stanford Ky McCARVEY handsomeeataloga Officers HOOKER II WEAKEN Dk- prDirectors W M IlauKhman Officers r B H + SHANKS 1resldent J D OWSLEYCashier t IW It BRIGHT I Asst Cashiers T e i T IIIIII THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOIU KY JULY 25 10021 In filling your prescriptions wo use proportione not do bettor If you paid ui double tbo price which It always reasonable Pen nys Drug Store a PERSONALS JOHN R FARRIS U over from Lex leg ton JOIN II SHANKS Is at homo from t Lexington MIss SUE WOODS U at Crab Orch Sprlnaap4Mil J V MoKKNKiB hat moved his family to LoultvnlcwWAVEULY HAMILTON of U hero with his wife J Fox DUUDRIIAK of Livingston U with the botnofolki- Mu A M PENCE It back from a vii a it to friends In Missouri MIss ESTILL WALKER of Qarrard Is with Mils folio Denny Mu AND Mus J H UAUOIIMAN are at Crab Orchard Springs COL D W TniWJLK of lllchmond is at tbo Crab Orchard Ur Miss STELLA MCCLAIIY wilt begin herechoelaWhlteOakMOndaynextMiss End Is the guest of Miss Anna Darst Mns W II UAUIlYaDd baby of Cov ington Is with hor mother MM nock er BORN to tbo wife of D M Aodersoo of the PrcacbervlllosectloDa 10pound boyINHELY STONE and wife aro I the Crab Orchard fair the first three days II MIL E P MoniTZ and wife are hero from St Louts with Mr and Mrs M F Elkin MH OSCAR M HUFFMAN and bride of Danville arc with Mr and MM 0 P1PIlulfmaaIIS ANNIE KSULBMAN and dough + ter Mils Bottle K are at Crab Orch ard Springs MR Uuacit BUCHANAN ol Mont gomorT Ala urns up to the fair at Orab Orchard Miss LUoiLRCooi flli Is spending a few day with Miss Ida Holdara at Crab Orchard JOK BWLAND who has been work log at Pennlngton Va Is at his homo at Crab Orchard Mies MATTIB MBNBPBQ Is attending the fair and sojourning at the Springs ot Crab Orchard MISS Tsvls CARIRTnn is at Ken lu kys model summer retort Crab Orchard Springs MiSS KAY SAILHB of Ilarrodsburg I is with Miss Ila Holdam during th Crab Orchard fair MR J D BROWN of Casey brought his daughter Mitt Lettle Drown up to visit Mr Col Lanbama Mitt SALLIR MORELAKO who has been with Mrs W 0 Shanks returned to Lexington yesterday MIsses KUZAlltmi AND MINNIE aVALE TI ol Howling Green are with Mr W U MoUoberti nUN HOIIRHT L GIUJCNU clerk the court of appeal WM at the Cra Orchard fair yesterday JOHN P JONES went to Cincinnati Wednesday C E Cox worked in his store while he was away s a MISS ANNE IlARTWKU SltANKSand brother Mr Thomas II Shanks are at Crab Orchard Springs MR DAnnY JEFFBRBON wife an children ot Louisville aro guests o Roy and Mrs R D Mahon- yEu JbsEiii SEVBRANOB and two little daughters are here from Maysllok with hie mother and brother J D WATTS of Harriman Teen ls with friends In this county HIS pretty daughter MIss Kvn Watts Is with him DR MOSS L Cooic of Nashville agreeably surprised his sisters hero by dropping in Wednesday to pay them a visit MR WILL DINWIDDIB and sister MlesMattlo Dlnwldl1le of Hustonvllio stopped hero yesterday on routo to th- C O fair MR SAM DENNY ot Garrard accompanied by Miss Christine Bradley wero hero Wednesday en routo to th Crab Orchard fair MRS B B BOYLE and daughters Misses Elizabeth and Anna left jester day for Crab Orchard where they will visit Mrs J W Gueil Courier Jour t nalMRS JOHN A HALDEMAN and chit dren left yesterday for Crab Orchs to spend the rest of tho Summer wit her ttother Mrs Jano Buchanan Courier Journal Miss MELLE HOPPER of Huston vllle has returned to her homo alter a pleasant visit to friends In Danville Tbo Misses Murphy of Lincoln cou ty aro guests of Mr and Mrs A DunnNesJ who has been assist leg Agent J S Rice at the depot has been appointed L N agent and Opt crater at Lilly Poly Is a limo young man and we hope to tee him got something even better cro many moons wax aodwane LOCALS NEW outing bats and other pretty and stylish millinery Just In Mrs TGarland Singleton I PURE pickling vinegar John Bright Jr Co AN elegant lino of toilet soaps Just in Gco H Furrls It Co + LOST CrabOrchard fair yesterday a black leather cano Reward B J Pinkerton Stanford CHA8 DAWSON coloredof Turner vlllci was arrested by Marshal Jones for reckless driving on Main Street and fined 10 CO by Judge Carson COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION A appllcantlforIicxlngioa will bo hold In Stanford on Wednesday July 30 G Singleton superintendent Felts J II Bnugbs homo on Groans river burned Wednesday together ltb most of Its contents It loft Mr Baugh In a very needy condition and is hoped that his friends will come to his rescue financially BADLY BITTKN Aunt Amanda Big glee colored was badly bitten by Car Orcblard er at one they would no doubt have killed the old darkey bad not help arrived at the opportune time TREPHINED James D Moore who had his skull crushed Sunday night wbllo riding on a railroad tricycle mention ot which was made last Issue continues In a critical condition Dr Reid assisted by Dr K J Brown tre phined him a low drays ago and got a number of pieces of the broken skull HCBTONVILLB FAIR Ring No 21 in tbo Huslonvltlo fair cataloguo bus been changed to best horse mule colt Instead of best mule colt either sex Secretary Becker writes Am kept busy at telephone talking to verytblnl I to goNOTICSlt has been the aim of tho 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 bold out some Inducement to buyers Read their list carefully and see the bargains offered + SOLO PKIVATKLY George S Sool by sold ills farms advertised for public sale yeslordsy privately Mr Colum bus Bishop got the Beech Point farm of IllS acre and George A MoRobertfl ot Danville sod Sam Phelps of Madl sea the Hubble place of 330 acres The prices which are private Arc ea isfactory hleg tbo Central Record editor writes Editor Eu Walton wrote a Oleo little puff for a milliner lo which he said ho was glad to see her stock lag up Meeting tho scribe on tho street she soaked him with her para sot and tbreatened to toll his wife The unsophisticated editor ha never been able to find out what was wrong with his Item thba judleladistrictpurpose of determining the time and manner of nominating democratic can didates for circuit judge and common wealth attorney It Is to be hoped that the committee will decide on a otproI gram elocutionary and vocal contest to bo given under tho management of W O Greening at Alcorn a Opera House Hustonvlllc next Thurs day night Recitation Lily Ser voasoa Rldo MUs Ltlllo Lea lell Lancaster song Im Thinking of Thee Miss Elizabeth Williams Lon TraylorStanford r reale Dodge Cnarlcston Ind recitation Tbo Gypsy Flower Girl Miss Myrtle ThoO rodsburg recitation Swan Song SlngOnrecitation Sally Anns Experience Mtss Juliette Clyde Burke Danville 1 PLEASANT OCCASION Miss Anna Cover entertained the Tennis Club at Tuehe who were fortunate enough to partake of the young ladys hospitality aro loud la their praise of the general Rood prettilydecorated tieC Cyrus Gayer of Stonega Va a Misses Helm and West of Danville re solved and later entertained They made all feel that It was good to bo there and the evening was one not soon to be forgotten Delightful freshments were served at 11 ocloc after which a souvenir was presented to each of the 40 guests Miss Cover remembered us with a liberal sample of good things taken from the tabs that was literally laden down wit toothsome eatables n I MUTH8 bread at Farrls t CosT NEW wash goods Severance S Boos + I FRESH bread receiveddolly T 0 Willis + PAugBEE our aandranges bolero you buy Terms easy George U Farrls Co + BEAR In mind tbo vocal and elocu tionary contest at Hnetoavlllo Thurs day evening July 3L See W C Green fag Uustonvlllc If you desire to enter or want reserved seats 1 CARL OF THANICS To thoao friends wbo wore so thoughtful of us and to sympathetic during tho lnctt of Mr Hampton we are profoundly grateful Itk LindestHamoton and family + Oun East End friends have much cause to feel good over tholr fair and wo heartily congratulate them on tbo success of 1h Thorn was never more perfect order at a fair and certainly tow such exhibitions have had a better Ihowof stock or more Interesting races The Crab Orchard fair Is all right As this Is tho flub paper that has Tueldaysome Crabtproven a success lo every particular and tbo source of much pleasure to our East End friends and their guests at tbo fair Resolutions Passed by Teach ers of Stanford Graded School Resolved 1 That wo the teachers o tbo Stanford Graded School deem It appropriate to express to Prof M O Winfrey our deep appreciation of hi faithful work In the Stanford School and the sincere regret wo feel In losing him knowing that wo have sustained a loss of which wo shall lea be mindful That wo express ou thanks for tbo magnanimous manger In which he has always treated both teachers and pupils Our warm com mendttlon for the judgment ho has all times displayed In the management ot the school and furthermore profound admiration for tbo great won be has accomplished for tbo youth of Stanford 2 That we heartily commend him to the respect and confidence of those with adt responsible peel Lion ho Is called to fill particularly to those teachers with whom he Is to asto elate we would say they wilt always find him helpful In word candid In opinion reliable In counsel elevating In senti mans earnest and conscientious In any matter pertaining to the welfare of tho school Nannie S Soufloy Mary J Cochran Annie McKinney Esther W Burch Georgia Lewi Lllv Peyton I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC July oats want to 70c at Chicago J J Thompson sold a bunch of hog at 7o the other day W S McGulro bought In Jackson county SO steers at 31 to 41c W H Brown bought somo nice hogs In Rockcastle county for lilto C- oAt Lexington tho Kentucky Pasteur izing Co a plant whlch cost 18000 sc1 for 703 Autumn Leaves a thrco year old thoroughbred filly sold at Lexington for 12700 3 M Owens sold to T W Splnks of Coviogton a pair of threeyearold mules for 1100 Pony Bsazloy of Garrard bought of OctoberdeliveryI will pay you the highest market price for your wheat Seo me before you sell D S Carpenter fluaion vlllo It lastfow10 and 13 sugar mules at from 8110 to ratbOIOJc Adalr News soldbllJIOueulonImmediately ores and the purchase price was 8S5 per acre George Burke who resides mUofromon 20 acres Advocate WSNOTESaFour boys rail under 14 were arrest robberyISeven thousand olgarmakors aro on strike at Manila demanding hallo payDr W H Drake died at Paducah after drinking 61 bottles of lemon extract Barredd was visiting The Tooth district democratic Con gressional convention Is In progress at West Liberty- A lieutenant and thrco noncommis oxk Bryan Shopard and Carmack wero speakers at a big democratic harmon meeting at Nantasket Mass pceterda- James Larson a disappointed Kansas Isobarhto death n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES At PIttsburg CC Dalfield a miner was killed by falling stale Thomas W Brown aged 77 and a prominent farmer of Marion Is dead Two smooth young men victimized a firm out of 812 worth of goods 83 In cash by pissing a 820 Confed scats bill The iVorrls House at Lebanon was sold to P C Cleaver of Sprlngfled for 810 000 Poeseasoa will be given DecI cmder L- William Harris a Dinvllle boy fell twenty feel from a scaffold flla skull was fractured and his arms anti several fingers were also broken I Dr Frank Chateof Havcrblll Mass EngllhYalo honor man of the class of 01 InLoulevl1lee of murdering Martha White a I waslcommlttcd mustered In at Barbourvllle to take the receotIyunlformlln received preparltory to the encamp ment coocheedaDcel forevarbaenbarredcided to eliminate all coarse features sod the big Roman Carnival will be a great novelty and relief from the usual TheLoxlnlrton10 Inclusive Judge Nuaropklae coon JudRObyvention at Paducah Tho nomination JudloWblteDorsey combination by throwing havotes to Judge Nunn The convention uneuccessfut I port to the nominee Craigdof h Chamberlains Stomach Liver Table The best phyiic They also correct dls centgIRev Thomas N Arnold of Franklin foSLataeuperlatcodentof r tion Tho seasons record on Burley tobac veeterdat Islackguilty of embezzlement GREEN Ml Wffl HIILS t Phil Casey Co Ky Mfrs of Jeans Cassinettcs Linseys Flannels Blankets Yarn wo raako a specialty of roll carding and also of SplyInIsaiah White of Stanford hM samples of our goods and will ship your wool and save you freight Farm For Sale ilavingconcludedtoquitarming I wit my farm of 15 acres on Mllledgovllle and Stanford pike It li In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered never falling and la Fcer A Icttus Mllledgevllle Ky PUBLIC SALE SaturdayAugustknown as the Jse JlcOarler term on tan Castor and Crab Orchard pike near tho poatoIHce of Sweeney This land which 11 In a good state of cultivation U mostly In gram It well watered wllh two wells springs and ponds The residence was dam cyclonebutrejtalr nil also sell two good horses well broke to ride and drive one 3 and the other 3 yean old 42 rood beep S extra rood tarminlIng machine and rake nowcuttlng harrow Sale to begin at 10 A M sharp Terms made known on day of sale J IL THOMPSON PrenchersvlUo Ky 0 1 Chandler Auctioneer No mj REPORT OF THE CONDITION p THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE NUBTONYILLEtoIn the Sots of Kentucky t the close of business July Kth 1902 RESOURCES Loans and dlllOuoll1I7800 M Overdrafts secured and unit cured 16711611 U S Bonds U secure circulation 12600 00 Stocks securities etc 1111 00 Banking Bouts furniture sad fixtures 250 00 Due Iron National Daniel not Re serve AccntsMnHMMM M MM 10AS3 48- Duelrom State Banks sod Rankers 2291 20 Put from approved reserve agents S1080 61 Internal Revenue Stamp tic 6S Checks and other cath Item 24 43 Noiei ol other National Dad 4GOOi Fractional paper currency nickels and centiH mm 140 61 Lawful MoneT Remvs la Dank vii Specie M plots 0o Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per teat of circulation t35 00 Total e0LIABILITIESCapital stock paid In JVOflO 00 6urplu fund S300 00 Undivided profits less expenses ana taxes paid S253 61 National Rank votes outstanding 1 100l- IuIO other National buki rGa917 Due to state banks and broken Ns 09 dividual deposits subject lo check 98417 17 Total J1BOOO 13 XJNTUCltYICounol I J W Hocker cashier of the above named Dank do solemnly swear that the shove statement Is true to the best of knowledge and belief Cashieryol July 1902 UEO W Hit xNPLCCorrect Attnti ALCORrIt V nirtetou J W IOWBtL i Special Sales1 ONLY 49c EACH l ecs a i WINDOWSI 1 f L I Cummins a McClary I Qe e 0 s8lI 1 w J W alai sd1 sitq NeiiSe u e lhtt gtiigA1S1 cCq1 q NEW LOT HATS A i Latest styles In felt and crash 8 3fC SeSS P fj r Special Shipment Negligee Shirts rNeat light colors and tan Those are d u 11 the very newest things In the marketRtit ee1Y8ari McRobertsA J- YA r A t waMAY It w i1p A MaJJ I ro I asiE1L i4Iitj 1Whfr r f Lf BITZfilZ LR 8j L JFeCL1LY6 IA SUGGESTION i 1 ABOUT SHIRTS I i- r tjiii1buy some of those 25c and 35c fine Ginghams and Madras cloths kt010centstoclose reducedm Carpets Curtain Shucks Trunks Traveling Bags i1 ReadyMade Skirts etc on the second f1001F StoreJIIXXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO I0 L OABPENTEB W 0 WITHERS 1ITS HOT and not expensive I t You may not need Furniture now but you will When you do we can fill the bill Withers Furniture Co f Cu t f HE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnltred n the fottojftce at Stanford at ttondclcut mate- r2PubuhCTuu Loaattar xiel- 4i u PER YEAR CASH ds Whn not loptdlB aOO will beraarad- t KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 31 Train going North 1I48alll- No 28 II to IIMMMM 2SOtta N025 II SOllthM12SSamN- o23 ct t 1232 rm For all Point KENTUCKY CEHTRAL DIVISION No 4 travel Stanford at IMa m No ff irrlTM at Stanford l15ani IINo211nveeauofordat 2SOpm A S PRICE I Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offle OTr ItoBobtrtaDrnf Stan In the Ow lej I Building R A JONES I t DENTISTStanford Icy Office over Higgins A McKinney Ston I Toles hone No 91 NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUBSE A SIN Pran JUNCTION CITY ICY TintClass Turnout ut ReaAOnable UatesI Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Ray For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoinox to the pe ple of Lincoln County lie will please you both in work and price Write to him MONUMENTSrPUnF zlvol rWhite Drome la to stone in the monument business what the Improved drophead sewing machlnels to the or car U to the old stage coach It ia the advanced thought of tbo age It la indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of lour ones It Is very beautiful with a silver ap pearance Ileaso hold your order until you can investigate It JC McWhorter Agt OHAB ORCHARD KY J+ G+ cG1Jf Y TODSETAKEREBIBA13IBR And Dealear In tAn nES S6 DDLEBY 80 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye j Specialist of Loatsvlll will be at I J Veranda Hotel at Stanford J Friday ul tarty1 Apt 8 I row is the time Dont neglect your best friendyour eye Eyes examined and 1sctyourcbtldreaaeyeaIOUce hoars a m u Delinquent Polls for 1901 Special term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held June 30th IKOJ lion Jas P UtIle Judge presiding with the follolnfinamedJustices of the Peace W A Duddcrar 0 A Smith and V U Oomp tonBy order of the Lincoln County Ilscal Court the Clerk of said court was directed to certify a copy of the delinquent polls Coo turned to this court by tho Sheriff for tho year IDOl for imbltciUlon In the Interior Journal which Is as follows WAYsrinnno woke Jedanglntr Will 0 Johnson II M Kate Win Kldd MlUford- Kldd W F Lueo Jim Lanham Alford Innliam Luther Leeeh Jim Martin J A Martin Frank Mcecc U A Mcecc Thomas Mecce John McKInzle M S McUullln L McMullln M golf Albert ODear Tom Orcutt T N Padgett J F Padgett Drew Padgett Eph Padgett 0 A Padgett It Padgett J T Padett B Anthon Iulllam Tom Pulliam Alex Retherford John Jletherfonl Jno Rctbetford Lewis Record Jas Rector M U Hector Martin Reynolds Dan Reynolds Logan Cicero Iloocher Roberts A J Routcn Pertc- Bonton J W Rowland Hob Roberts Wm Stephens Logaa Scanland 8 D Scarbrough J T Shadowen R S Silas W M Singer Julian Singleton J L Singleton W 0 Smith John Smith A Smith John Spears T 0 Sweeney Jesse L Sweeney II Sweeney Nltle Smith O W Terry J 0 Thompson J II Trusty Will Will Trusty W It TommyWeaverWells 0 W Williams M F Wilson J R Young W A Young S M Young II 0 Yonng Ransom Zwhlla Sam Zwhlln Albert WAYKESBUWJ COLORED Rays Clarence Higgins Will Higgins Abe Johnson Joe Shanks N A IIU3TONVIUE WHITE Abbott Marlon Adams Joe Adams L R Attelns Will Anderson Tom Anderson 0 P Atwoods Will Auttln Q It Uadgett John Raker lien linker J II Rakor 0 0 Ilaugh J U L Baxter E O Bet4rJoy Jas peon L II Disbarti N H- RraxdateBishop Will John Rratton Oeo llratton Jim- IirswnlngIrowner Jake John drown Martin Ruts J II Rurk H M Barge Lucas Rurge Will Butler J A Campbell Wm Oannon W j Ddduon J w Carpenter A w Carter Byrd outer w II Darter 0 L Outer T D lIenrylJblUteenOlarkton E U WarkaoaJeas Cloyd Jerry O A Compton Ed Condor Dan Cook F M Crow M B Curtis Allen Cutter Joe laugberty John Daogherty Lelburn aTldsCln II T Davis Jeremiah teek Oeo Deer Ceo Davore Dave Davore Hiram Dodd T C Donalson w 0 lunn D vr Durham Jim drlogtod R B Elliott w H Florence Jim Jr Florence will rolep John Francis Henry JimmyOIbsonGooch Emmett Oooch w m loede J D Oresham Josh I rah am R D will taup Mart Heath Oeo- Herringhelm S II Marshall luffman vr S Hughes w w lughes M It Hunn Jas- HarperHyde J L J P Jarman w Jones Arthur ones ABO heath Rarnov Cennody w II Lay JalDes- LaYJDo Lay Jeff Leathers wilt Llnard James Inthlcam w 0 Lip M It lannlng Tom itoyUannlugJohnMartin A f Martin trltl lartln A P Mcllee J Van McClure Frank McClure J S IcCormack will McCoruaek Green IcUormack John McoqrmaoV Joo cQInnls A T NcOIll John clntosh J w McIntosh will cKlnney J T MelClnnoy Coo E cXabb Trunk Meteor John McKinney j T Montgomery Logan oreland win Z L wesloyVailIlIulOale Peyton John emberton J vr Pitman wm ope Nathaniel Porter Owslerr- owrltt Fount Richonbaclc John iced L AI Reynolds Seth leyuolds B Keynolds J C lobbins T O Rodgers Allen tout J R Kouton Jim othwell Geo Kowland John Eussell Frank Russell W A lussoll C C Kussell Lewis heron Sam Taylor J II luder John Sluder Jas luder Arthur Smiley 0 Smiley 0 G Smith Abala Smith Pat- praggins Spalding Isle Jim Stormes Henry StonneslGeo Stephenson J W Trusty Marion rusty Mat VanArsdale W M aught Parish John Walls J P Walls W H Walls Jno Walls W S fllllnms W TW111lams W H Williums 0 S Ray M W Wright Nelson Yocum J W HUSTON VILLE COLORED Adams John Adams Arch Anderson Kay Alaorn Doon loom Willis Armstrong GCo uiloy Will Bailey Tom oldock Jim John loggs II Burton Jack BrockSnndyDrown brown Goo Brown Simeon frown Mat Carpenter Aaron Curponter Aron Cloyd JUKe Clod Geo Cloyd John Clodr John Cooper Will oopor Logan Cooper Alex row Peter Cumpton John Dro Clay Ed urham Geo Farr Geo Gates Will Ghens Horton Ivens Jas Goode Willis Oreene Willoy Greene Thos ansford Forest Ilansford Harro arlan Geo Harlan John arris Andy Harris Evan arris Tom Helm Jas locker Logan Hooker Mack rocker Jim Hooker Alfred oekor Will Holmes Kobt ubblo Dink Hudson Bubo uston Will Huston Mat irman Dudo Johnson Richad Johnson Will Jones John Janos 0 D Jones John JonefrDon Jones 0 E Huffman Henry Kltroll rom- Lee Geo eo Craig Mcaormaek clanahan Lewis McKinney dscari McKinney Squlro illelinnoy Camp Minor Caesar Minor Oco Miller Ed Miller Id Morelunl ElllontltomerJ ni Morton hull Napier Will O1hor John Owens Willis Owsloy Duo Oxvsloy Alex Patton Alex Patton Bob Poytoa wm J Daniel Powell Mich Kothorford Frank Riellards Dan Reynolds Clay Akliio uua- RinpertonKlffo Geo Geo Robinson J W Shenrott Simpson Simpson Frank Simpson Will Smith 1111 Smith Goo Steele Adolphus Short John Thomas Ben Thurman Silvcsta Thurmun Alex Thunnan Letchor Trice Adam Trice llenr Turner ChuB Williams Henry Williams Allen Williams Henry Williams Hehry Wilkerson Mack Willis Bob Withers Nose Willoughby Will Wooldrldgo Chas Woodson VA1UOUS DISTRICTS Ballard D D D- Daugherty W J Endsii JJ Elmdro D hooker Chas Isom John Lay K W O Ivens Anthony Good Jus Martin W L Hooker Anderson Owslcy Geo Sandidge John Stewart Jas Christopher Al Lackey Wm Jr Lackey Wm Sr Sandidge Jns Bailey W M Carpenter Geo Goooh Allen Miller Martin Jno Maxey 0 B Martin J 0 Splltzor Mlko Staten 0 W Yocum J H Crow Goo Drye Wm House J H King J C JelTroys J F Gaines John UlnosYKomper r Kd Morgan Wm Wilford J B Loasurc Will ham John Lewis Dale Plnloy Dudio Dothorld o Howd Johnson Honry Patton Nowmun Hlgney Henry Delaney Balvor Foloy Hart Robinson Itlohd Honors John SmtUi U A- Smith J T Thomi jOD lllchd Hays Prod Burton S B Coo Burleson Jell DultOnJJoe Byrd Josoiih Flint Sam Gooeh Sit 000011 J M HHken J W Harris J C Sr Harris Has J B Evidd croon Molvtnnoy J M Noland t IIMoInnnlJlJohn C Pratt B W Slngfelon Wm Luml erlstonTtio3 Whymnn A L 3chandhuler M Williams W B Welch Jas Collins Jno Moyd Jno King J f 1r46roenace U It re dtnpkeep46ek f cr7saes andpil able tcba do not brcsk- NoroaEbror IIHhar YJjIfciii Th bArncit not kteptlootlnabra tl err but- wean tween loogby tb- at of Euka IJuaeu OiL Soldg StAndard Oil CompanyHISTORIC CRAB ORCHARD A Few Reminiscences Concern Ing The Famous Spot The Fair and Race Mooting just inaugurated at Crab Orchard is a good augury for tho future of tin pleasant little city and recoils the memory of its one time prosperity and prominence Timo was oven in tho memory of those now living when Crab Orchard was quite the most important town in this section of the State anda center of fashion and gayety as well The place originally known at liThe Crab Orchard from the thick growth of crab trees whichcovered the plain where it is situated was one of the earliest settlements in Kentucky It was the lust level and fertile land producing the fa mous bluegrass that the eyo of the hardy pioneer from Virginia rested upon after a toilsome and perilous trip across the Cumberland Noun tains and hero many of themthe Whitleys the Farises the Oweleys the Btifords the JIansforsls the Welchs and others Virginians all were content to build their new homes and to seek no further The town however was not formally established by charter until 1822 in which year it was incorporated and its present streets and alleys dedi cated to the public by old Jack Da vis file place began at once to flourish In 1828 the old and wide ly known Hell Tavern was built by the senior Samuel Holmes In 1830 the famous Crab Orchard Springs was established and opened by Mrs Davenport who by tho way was aunt to the present justice of the supreme John M Harlan In 1835 tho Spring lull Race Course was established by Henry W Farris It was one of tho very first of its kind west of the Alle lmnics and over it in the days before the war were run of tho most famous races in the history of the turf in America About the lame time happened tho most important event in tho history of the old town the completion ot tho tfcAdamized road from Louisville through Frankfort and Danville to grab Orchard The road connected ilso with tho Maysvillo and Lexington turnpike and Crab Orchard was for many years the terminus It 6r at once became ix distributing loint for the mountain country south and cast to tho Virginia anti Tenncss lines Her merchants did a con eiderablc wholesale business sup plying the merchants of tho moue thin villages and innumerable pe filers who with packs on bac traversed in those days tho country between tile settlements and tho Cumberland Gap The foundations of a number of handsome fortunes wore thus laid In tho moan time tho fame of her race course and of her health gdvin waters had spread over the South and West Spring and Autumn witnessed great gatherings at tho race meetings Early in the Summer tho planters of Louisiana Alabama Mississippi and Arkansa with their families their servant their carriages flocked to the Springs and remained until tho frosts came Those were flush times indeed for the picturesqi little city of the East End and tho Crab Orchard people were wont to look down with a certain conic scension on their untutored neighbors at Stanford Lancaster nml Danvillo Hut towns like all other earthly things have their mutt tions The war of the GOs cams and impoverished and disperse her old families tho railroad cnmc penetrating the mountain fastness and swept away her business Mt sons it Dixons line was obliterated the Northern son coasts and tho lakes wore thrown open to tho Southand tho olito of her fashion and beauty once so fit homo nt Crab Ordinal is known no more there forever Kepentod end devastating ftrpt too have wasted tho good old town and her ancient glories have one b ono grown dim or wholly doparlct Not for all time however as we hope and believe Tho minors springs those are too valuable mul varied to remain neglected Indee they have no suporiorand hardly nn equal in this country or in Europe Some day whon tho continent is thickly peopled and whon electric ty has completely solved the prob 1cm of transportation and all place shall have become equally accossi bio to the tourist and traveler thor will be soon ut Crab Orchard mil lion dollar hotuls crowded at nil seasons by thousands of seekers al ter health and pleasure In the mean while tho proson Fair likely to prove tho most inter acting in tho State is proof the something of the old spirit still lin gers in tho old town Cwb Oroh urd Fair Daily MATRIMONIAL Miss Jvsita Rborer and Mr Pent Nicholson of Mlddleiboro wore mar rlod ID KooxTllle Mr Bert Cheat man and Miss Nora Hood rick tweet 10 of SprlBgfleld quietly stole a march on their parson sod were married at a country church P C Wubber nod Mlfi Julia Draw nor both of the Jumbo section wets married Wcdoeiday by Rev J W Ua lie at his residence Mr Webber la a ubstantlal farmer while his bride II bth attractive and accomplished The happy couple left Immediately after tbo ceremony for Frankfort to spend averal day The groom ia a good riend of the I J and we hope for him mod his a peaceful voyage over Ufei loa A GOOD REPUTATION liThe way to gain a good reputation II- to cndcaver to be what you desire to ap pear That U precisely the manner In which Chamberlains Cough llemedy baa rained its reputation as A cute for coughs olds croup and whooping cough Kver ottle that has ever been put out by the manufacturers has been fully up to the ilgh standard of excellence claimed fort ieop o have found that it can always he depended upon lot the relief and cure of these ailments and that it is pleasant nd safe to take For sale hf Craig It locker Druggists Of old It was John W Forneys boast that ho potseaaed two newspaper wth dally but now thoOcbs brothers eorge W and Adolph S are running our great moral machlncadallrnleht Iy and weekly nod find time and Tim CIlIIlIiUIl hang heavily on their hands Louisville Times 1 am fling a box of Chamberlains ouach Liver Tablets and find them- Ibe beet thing for my stomach I ever- used says T W Robinson Justice of- the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct disorders of tho tom- ach but regulate tho liver and bowels hey are oasy to take and peasant In- eOlct Price 26 cculs per box For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists The Queen Crescent Route will- Bell tickets at rate of one fare for the end trlp on account of Lexington Bordo Show Fair und Carnival Elks at Lexington Aug 1110 Inclusive ickete good returning until AUR 18th Ak ticket agents for particulars W Ie Rlncarson G P A A very little trouble and expense will keep the nice and other insects ofT of your horses it can be made for tho- ceots per gallon and a little applied on a damp sponge In morning will kcep- Ithem off all As harmless as wa Mall me 80o In stamps and I will you formula J E Phillip 118 St Milwaukee Wis 2t t PIIiffErJrMccYarisfA BAitO nnrfromf ATTRRGTM Ii MYU ftnTUHfQJPReffllMtlYlhf- HY44g f R6nritooutI-S GOM1AF flOW fffrar jfT 6 JoNrfPAI1CRTCAI tiu STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY e The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky otters the following courser of study vizt Agricultural Horticultural Chemical lllologtcal Mathematical Physical Ento mological Physiological Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Elcc trlcal Engineering Ci I1 Eaglneering and Mining Engineering each of which ox tends over four years and loads to a degree Post graduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a masters degree Each course study is organized un der a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than 40 professors and iiutructon County Appointee 11 receive tuition room rout in dormitories fuel and lights and if they remain 10 months trawling expenstit ern The laboratorlc and museums are large well equipped Ooraprebentlve and modIThe last anti the preceding IxigliUiurca appropriated JIOjDOO for a coKege homo for young women aud 130000 fur drill hall andginariHitt for tarn Military Uottos and science are fully provided lor anti required by CongreM- iraduates t from the sovrral IXIUISM ol stud rwidlly Ami ncciloQt trosltIues and t liberal remunerations The demand Is largely in exceM of the ability the college to supply Last year the matriotiUlion list was 501 For catalogue method of obtaining appointments lnferMtattoN regarding course of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTKRPON Ph D LL D President Or to D U FRAJBli liuslnoM Agent hUUNOTCttf KY Exnmltintlonn begin Sept H 1902 Fntl Term b Jlnll Sept 19 1902f ti CARSON PENCE DKAIKllS IX I Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards HarnessaFull tend coinplotc stock of the above always oil hand and art sold at prices that defy competition f See our elegant line ot Lap Robes f1oniTPillslsUpallonby I 1- assn bowels but regular action cannot te secured liver secretes enough trio to make the Ullhl5tJIC execute their natural finitiors jl- rili tJr ImpclSIcontinual acts on liven cures theI land Fever and every form + Malarial Bilious Remitting and ItroubleIjdu The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OF STANFORD KY incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Full Paid and NonAssessableOr- ricKR J II IJaughraan Irea A T Nunnelley VicoPres W JI Weir onTreasj U Holm Secy DinKCTOUS W M Bright W II Shanks W B McKlnney M 8 Baughinan J II Baughman Tbo Lincoln Oil OIL Mineral Oo has about 3000 acres of land leased In Lin coin county Ky The liner portion of this lease Is contiguous to the M B Bauifh man farma iwrtloa in the neighborhood of Maywood and Sugar Grove section and still ort1on skirling Logana Creak One of tbo surest indications of the value of undeveloped oil lands is the result of eflorts at dovolnpment on land adjoining stockreservod by tbo incorporators can be issued by Item until the entire amount so reserved has been sold awl whon sold every dollar arising therefrom will be used In developing the companys holdings officer or director draw a salary from the company or will receive any compensation for his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of the company it rendered valuahle by reason of the untiring elicits of the officers and stock Is nonasfcuble and the private property of the stockholder is not liable for corporate debts It Is incorporated under the taws of the State of Kentucky It books are open at all timer to Its and they are invited to rte to roo pusbltl C des O R10VTE Iopular Excursions to Old Point comfort and Ocean VIOLA Vat for Round Trip 13 Good 15 Days Tickets will be sold Julv 15 and 89 Aug 19 and Sept S Stopover allowed In moun talus Information at Ot O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington JOHN D POTTS A 0 P A OEO W BARNEY D P A Theytemporarlly 1 FOR SALE j I have n 12ior o Traction Engine fto n new Shredder for sale You can a bargain Cuss COrny Mlllodgollle ICy Hustonville Property for Sale propertysituated lIultonvllllIyand vacant lot This ii is well arranged for hotel or boarding house anti liverytiarafor hotel and livery pure ens und good va cant lot for private residence If desired rropcrtyIsIt now rented for that It you want good paying property in lIutlonllIe call on or address I s Carpenter Huston vlllo ICy