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SEMI=WEI3KLY INTERIOR JOURNAL fVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 29 1902 9 A M NO 41 THE CRAB ORCHARD FAIR Winds up In a Blaze of Glory I The Splendid Exhibition Will Long be Remembered Tho Brit exhibition of the Crab Or chard Fair ft Kaclnit Association t wound up ID a blaze 6f glory Friday at toroooo Order was perfect throughout the show of took was tbo equal oft that at fair over tbu river whllo the racing was exciting and enjoyable We heartily coocratulato President R II Dionaueb Secretary A W Buch anan Aeslitant Secretary W D Wale Ho Troaturcr J R Edalsloo and the cotlro board of director on the excel loney of tbelr work from start to flnltb and the unbounded teccen of their en terprise II eeom to ui that It would bo tbe part of wltdom to make the as boolatlon a permanent one and begin In time next year to have n fair that will not only attract tbu attention of boreo men and vUltori from this section but chase from all over the State The track and amphitheatre are too pood opt to be used aaln too muon money has base expended on them to bo neglect od Tbo dally Issued from this oleo bat given to much fair now tbM wo deem It unnecessary to expatiate fur they oo tbo splendid exhibition but do acre to state that the fair In ovary parI ticular was bigger aad boiler titan we had anticipated and that wt nnosrely 4blIue tbat In Uwe the Crab Or bard Fair A lUelog AaiOfiUttoo will be knowa as TUB fair of KentRoky Fol lowing are the award of Friday MULES 40 Best anah mal UMler one year oW 10 00 Didnt Fill 41 BK torso rovto under one year old 1900- J II Woods Lincoln prom August Uarlel cert 4J Belt mere mile any age 10 Of M B Bubanks Lincoln pram W II Bunta Mercer cert 41 Best horse mule any age 10 01 J H Wood Lincoln Pram W II Boots Mercer cert 44 Heat pair muloa any ago or sex 18 OJ J D Park Garrard prom 00 Carpenter Lincoln cert SADDLE HORSES 45 Best uekIIi eoU otthor- MX 10 08 Didnt Fill 46 Beat Mullion raaro or S WIDE 1 year and under 2 10 00 A P Bruce Boyle prom and cert 47 But Uallton 2 yoara and under 3 10 M 0 T Sandlagc Lincoln prcm and cert 48 Rest itolllen S yearn and under 4 10 OC C T Sandldgo Lincoln prem J T Crenihaw Fayette cert 49 Dell stallion 4 years old and ovor 20 00 J T Cronshaw Fayotte prom 0 T a Sandldgc Lincoln cert b0 Beet mare 2 years and un I doe 3 10 08 C T Sandldgc Lincoln pram T W Napier Lincoln cert Cl Best maro or gcldlnp3 years 1and under 4 20 0 Ferris d Donny Doyle prom Roy Beazley Doyle cert 52 Best maro or goldlng four years and over 25 00 j Matt Cohen Madison prem G3 But walking maro or geld ing 10 00 J C Lynn Boyle prom Woods Walk cr Garrard cert HIGH SCHOOL HORSES Considerations Conformation manners and action C4 Best High School mane or gelding 2000 J T Crensbaw Fayotte prom S Roy Beazloy Boyle cert HARNESS HORSES Ii 5 Best mare or gelding any ago 2000 J T Crenshaw Fayotto prem R E A Goddard Morcer cert SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE RING 66 Best stallion any age 25 00 Robert Walker Madison prem J T j Cronsbaw Fayotte cert C7 Best stallion mare or geld ing any ago CO 0 Matt Cohen Madison prem O T Sondldge Lincoln cert ROUND TUB RING U was rather amusing to see tbo boys who rodo In the mule races cooling out their steeds The gelding Matt Cohen has already taken eight blue ties on this season Is by F Reids Dqrsoy GolddUst Mr O has refused 12000 for him Mies Crensbavr the accomplished daughter of Mr J T Crenshaw of Lexington gave an exhibition of horse back rldlnc which was greatly enjoyed by the Immense crowd 3- 4i fIn thoswoepstaka parole ring there 12 good entries In the tight for the blue tie six of the bait ones were sent out to fight for It and four out of the six woro by that great sire R E Goddard Red Leaf Betides working bard for tbo success of the fair Director W A Beazley helped tako care of tho crowin royal style His hotel near was crowded the entire week and truly can It be said tbat they got the best In the market Besides being the cleverest kind of a man Mr Beazley Is a born landlord Tbu races were both enjoyable and Interesting Friday afternoon Arthur W R M Jaakion fast pacer took tbo purse In straight heats but lost tbo first to Henry Traynor Lindell Tony Doy was third Best time 225 Charlie Davis of Rockcaetle won the mule race after three exciting finishes Tbo It raKo daub running was taken by Frank Sloan of Lexington Ben Duncan of Madison got second mon ey nod Mr Sloan third The five eighths of n mile dash for runnora did not till Mr A U Hundley was starter all through the meeting and be do serve great credit for his good work LANCASTER Vegetation la beginning to show tbe need of rain Loua option carried at the Buekeve prMloet Saturday by 100 Children day was observed at tbo Baptist ohuroh Sunday morning The Ladle1 Aid Soolety will meet on Friday afternoon with bin Joe Walk er Tbo boring for water continue and a depth of over 200 feet bat loon reach 1Wbortloborrlo are on the market hero and compounded with grape Juice make a flea jam Mitt Jennie Wallace gave her school children a picnic Saturday by taking them In a two huroa wagon to Carter villa J C Slier has rented tbe Veranda Hotel at Paint Lick for the coming year and will run a first class livery In connectionAt election by the Christian Endeavor Society Mist Nell Johnson was chosen president and W S Krabry vice president The plans for repairing tbo Chris tlan church hue been secured by K F Pottle from an architect nod can be inspected by Interested parsons The W C T U will hold a pralso carries Saturday afternoon to otTer uu shankfglvlng for the victory in tbe cause of temperance at Buckeye Dr John M Fraseo candidate for commissioner of agriculture has many friends and relative In this county who would like to tee him nominated W S Miller W S Palmer and Frank Morohead of tbo U S Geolog ical Survey have arrived In this oily and will begin surveying In this ICe tion Tbo third elocutionary contest to be given by Saulley Hughes Aug 21 II somewhat unique I only those who have previously won prizes can com peteW G Anderson and Ed Prlco accepted an Invitation from Mr Dell a Washington Court Rouse Ohio to at tend a largo cattle tale held there Mr tbl88ecIThe little son of Dr and Mrs Sand lie met with a serious accident Satur day by running a sharp pointed stake Into his abdomen A surgical opera lion was nececjary to removu a portion of his clothing thrust Into the cavity by tbe risk and was performed by Drs Grant Klnnalrd and Acton Mrs J M Frazee and daughter Mite Fannie of Martvlllo aro guest- of Mrs Jennings Mr Otco Huffman of Louisville Is wltb Mrs Hughes Dr and Mr W S Beazloy visited In Stan limIerIhire John Lear Mrs Gregory late of Rich mond and purchaser of the Elmoro farm la with Mr B F Walter She It accompanied by her daughter Mr Show of Winchester Mrs Arnold and daughter of Madison aro wltb Mrs Samuel Johnson Rev J E Wolford Is with relatives In Louisville Mrs Emma Hlgglnbotbam Is In Junction City at the bedside of her slater who 1 low with typhoid fever Mrs J U Sympton Is vUlllncr In Quitontflllo J 0M Farra and wlfo are at Crab Orchar- Springs Miss Edna Mason entertain ed the Junior Club Friday evening Mrs John Lear will entertain this ova MillerDrprofession at Klngsvllle John VersaillesMiss I BurnsideMissparty given by Miss Katie Rood at Junction City Cut this out and take It tc Craig I Hookers Drug Store and get a box ol Chamberlain Stomach b Liver Tablet The best physic They aso correct dls orders of tho stomach Price 25 cents o NEWS NOTES Italy and Switzerland have resumed diplomatic relations Tho tin worker of Niles 0 have agreed to a 25 per cent reduction In waged A drunken mother In New York strangled three of her children tu death Tbo pig iron production of the 1nl ted States for tbflrtt halt of 1002 wad 8807574 tone- Sbelbyville will give Gen Dell an onthutlaulc reception on his return from the Philippines Thomas Dixon was killed by the overturning of a wagon In Boono county The Silver Mill Mining Company of Greensburg ban flied articles of Incor poration with 150000 capital stock David Barton aged 60 was shot and killed by Howard Hatzol aged 24 at a picnic In Grant county Saturday night Lightning struck a powder house at Indian Head proving grounds and cx ploded 18000 pounds of smokeless pow derMayor Scbmltitop San Franoleco In a signed statement oxpresies bit ballet that the JoffrlssFltfilramons bout was a fake Jell Burgett and Jolts Roberts aged seven and eight years rotpaeiivsdy are In JAil at Hlokman charged with housebreaking The Right Rev It W Barnwell Episcopal bishop of Alabama died at Selma as tbe result of an attack of ap pendlcllls One fireman was killed and others is rloutly lolured In a Ore at Albany N Y Tbo property lots Is from 1500000 to 760000 Tbo sale of beer In Louisville during Juno is reported to have fallen oil 0000 barrels on account of the unusually cool weather A series of cloudbursts In Western Texas resulted In tbe loss of three lives at Stepbensvllle and tbo destruction of much propertyIthat tbo State Board of Valuation bat power of attesting stock and franchisee of corporationsMrs of Berrcn county Ga has been granted permUtlon to bqrfathersAt a picnic near Vanceburg Jack and Roc Dyer brothers were killed by a man named Dlckerton who was bad ly wounded In the fight Mrs Sam P Maggard of Mayklng committed suicide by hanging to an old apple troo She had made a number of previous attempt at suicide t A five yearold boy foil Into a well at Lowtsburg As ho was drawn to tbe top tbe ropo broke and be fell a second time but was finally rescued It took eight rounds for Jounce to knock out Lanky Bob Fitzilmraons at San Francisco Friday night An Ira mente crowd witnessed the bout Thousands of Scandinavians are leav log Denmark Sweden and Norway for the United States and vessels leaving Copenhagen are crowded with eml granls Two persona wore killed and 23 injured near McConnellsvlllo 0 by a tumblingta a of 40 feet Four thousand four hundred and seventy American soldiers have perished In the casualties of war In the Philip pines not Including those who have died of disease Tbo Seaboard Airlino has bought tbo Southwestern railroad and will build nearly 300 miles of new road to secure a share of the Southwestern Virginia coal trade 111 bo in hl fn two minutes re tosto an room be sent a bullet crashing through his head dvlnglnstanlly Tho Pennsylvania train from St Louis to New York while going 70 miles an hour collided with a runaway coal car near Xonla The engineer fireman and two postal clerks were killed and many passengers Injured Tho wreck took lire and burned The postofllce department has adver tised for bide fur printing postage and special stamps for the government Tbe postal officials say the prices asked by Printingsare may od as to the right of the department to concernsdTilE BOSS WORM MEDICINE II P Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and throw up all 1toedcould retain nothing on Its stom bought one bottle of White Cream Vermifuge and it brought up 11 0 worms from the child Its tho boa worm medicine In rise world Whites Cream Vermifuge Is alto tho cbildrcns tonic It improves their digestion and aa Imllatlon of food strengthens their ner vous system and restores them to the health and elasticity of spirits nat ural to childhood 25c at Peons Drug- Store COL W G WELCH Prrhnps In tIrA and most cor tainlOJ of HIP uMcst lawyers in this portion f Kentucky jll 01rG Wlrh who wan linrn in Crab Orchard mi till 4th day of April 1W1 Ho io descended from one of those old Virginia families go fa mous for its sterling worth intellect and courage and is in ever1 sense the honored wan of a worthy sire Col Welch graduated from Georgetown College in 1860 nnd after wards studied law nt Louisville Possessing a decided talent for the profession of Blackstone he readily acquired n lucrative practice and is today reckoned among the most gifted Generous to that degree which has made it a fault he given to every call of charity and other worthy cause that has come within his scope until ho has become recognized by those who know him beefas a benefactor of the needy anti oppressed In politics Col Wolch has always been a democrat and being an accomplished orator and lucid thinker he is the recipient of numerous calls to present his partys claim in time of political warfare During the strife between tho States Col Welch espoused the cause that was destined to be lost and under the command first of Gen John II Morgan and then of Gen Kirby Smith eorved through out with honor to himself and to his country With talents well fitted for the highest stations the subject of this sketch is unambitious of po litical honors and romaine content with tho ease and independence of private life surrounded by his friends and relatives to whom ho is devoted and who in turn love and respect him for no truer man to his friends or braver champion of all that is noble can bo found than Col William Gatcwood Welch From Crab Orchard Daily Interior Journal Arizona nice nlwut seventeen miles uortb of Flagstaff in a cave As a rule visitors to this never IKiietrato further than about fifty feet mid title short distance is done with great difficulty because of the narrow and tortuous opening but during last summer a young man trout New York succeeded in getting about 200 feet from the opening nod he reported that at that point the cave widened into an immense chamber with walls of solid ice The ice in the cave is said to be very desirable for commercial use and it is rather remarkable that this has never been made use of Tho ice supplied to this portion of the country comes from a great distance and is very expensive A company is being formed to mine the ice and market it locallyTUESAME a OLD STOny J A Kelly relates an experience tlm ilar to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood in the United State nnd has ben told and re to d bv thousands of others lie says Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choler and Djarrhoea Remedy which I used ac cording to directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known citizen ol Hender non N C For sule by Craig k Ilockor Druggists should thinksaid Mrs Dark that this louse of yours tawny out here as it is in the suburbs and with a graveyard just a block beyond would be a terrible lonesome place HCOh no indeed said Mrs Ilhub ants Why the graveyard is just what makes it three or four funerals passing our house ev cry day Does she wear corsets through ne cesslty No Its merely a matter ol form fi VVII I 2 I lI4 s 4 l n If HOT VEATHER CLOTHES k IliI the month forrrJjandthis is the place for them Everthing to f1J make men comfortable low shoes straw hilts nee wJhigee shirts underwear siji PAYS TO TRADE AT rITttiJ GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing I Your money back it yonro not satisfied r11v T Oa mILLER UaviI1e KU J= = =0 = = =p s = GREAT CLEARANCE SALE 1 GreatReductionsinPrices 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 Mens shoes worth 450 our sale price 300 Mens shoes worth 350 at 250 Mend shoes worth 225 our prico 160 Mens fine shoes worth 200 willnow go at 138 Mens shoes worth 175 now 12G Mens shoes worth 150 special sale 98c Mens 500 suits at 208 Mens 7 50 suits at 448 liens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made at 650 lions 1200 suits go at 750 liens 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special prico 925 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance sale price 1 9c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD XY OILs STOVESThere is something brand new on the market in the way of oil stoves find we have itf It is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove This stove is absolutely safe and reliable and we will guarantee it to bake your bread just as brown as you want it in a very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper One gallon of oilj will un one burner 18 hours Call nod let us show you the stove Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Q Spouses Soap and Toilet Articles g Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hooker1 STANFORD 1 rf rieiederA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odorslarising from a perspiration f It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All tho ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKYI I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commlulaner for the U District labltct to the will of the detnocricv H H HENNINGER- Of Wsyne County Is undulate lor State Treat ant subject to the tclloo ot the D mocrstle fity ROBERT HARDING of Danvllleiavsnt 4ate for Circuit JuiUe tab ject to the action of the Democratic Party CHARLES A HARDIN Of Mircrr a candidate lor CoraraooirtaUhi At torney In aLi the nth Judicial dUtrict d to the acton of the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Ot Shelby e I ATTENTION COMMITTEEMEN The members of the executive com mlttee of the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky will convene at the courthouse In the city of Danville Ky Saturday AUK 91902 at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of determining the time and manner of nominating a dem ocratic candidate for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney for eald die trlct U C WARREN Chmn 13th Judicial District IN championing Commonwealths Attorney J S Owileys cause for reo nomination we feel that we have every right and many reasons to believe that we are for the best fitted gentleman for the office In the district Mr OwsleyI has long since proven his ability as a States attorney and his vigorous pros ecutlon of criminals In general have made for him friends who will stick byI him through thick and thin In the 10I years of his service ho has been ready for duty every day except hree In other words the State has only paid 815 for three days work for attorneys in Mr Owsleye stead la not this a rec ord to be proud of That he has done his duty under any and all circumI stances wo who have watched his ca reer can best attest and that he baa shown decided ability In his proaecu tions even his enemies If ho has any will not deny Knowing and liking his announced opponent Mr C A Hardln as we do we rather hesitatingly say but fully believe that Mr Owslev is his superior as a lawver and has thflI abllltv to make a better Common wealths attorney than Mr Bardln possesses Naturally flied for the of flee his experience of a decade halI made him beyond doubt one of the beltI States attorneys of this grand old Commonwealth THE official duration of the insurrec It- II tlon in the Philippines was from Feb 4 1890 to April 30 1002 Statistics ot the adjutant generals office show that during that periodthere took place no less than 2561 engagements or skir mishes All told there were tent to the archipelago 4135 officers and 123 803 enlisted men In actual combat 69 officers and UHQ enlisted men were kill e4and 100 officers and 2707 men Injur ed Fortyseven officers and 2535 men died of disease while 263 officers and men were drowned In the treacherous torrential streams The total death list from alt caueea Is 4155 139 officers and 4016 men So slight a proportion ot fatalities betrays at once the rudi mentary and semi barbaric quality of Ute Insurgentresistance TUE right of tbe State Executive Committee to call a primary for the doledride the Idea that it has no right land say that there Is no doubt of the com mittees authority In tbe premises If it has the power It should certainly ex erclee It The convention has gone Into such bad repute that something Is necessary to assure tbo voter that his will shall be becdea A primary elec lion will do it Coo renman Whenler Is the latest acquisition to the ranks of Its advocates Six men were bung In Arkansas Fri day and It was not an extraordinarily good day for the business either At Washington Dee roland and Tom Sims both colored met death without I seeming fear at Arkansas City James Kltta colored walked to the scaffold as carelessly as If he were going to a meal at Forest City CyTanner also colored was swung Into eternity without a word while at Van Buren and Center Point Dave McWborter and Lath Rem bree both white bade their friends goodbye and told them to meet them in Heaven TilE widow of John W Mackay Is In England and the chancellor of the British exchequer wants to collect an inheritance tax on the 100 million dol lars although both heirs and the dead man were AmeVlcans In Justice to the chancellor of the exchequer It must be said that England needs the money TUB accumulation of 504391600 in gold In treasury of circulation States whine ought to be In among the Is held up to the admiration as a wonderful finan dial achievement of the republican party while it refuses to redeem a float t ing of 346000000 of legal tender t h TUE census report on liquors shows that In tbo year 1000 the value of all malt vlpous and splrltous liquors prepared In the United States was 13tO 000000 This was the actual value of them The sum the publlo paid for them was of course much greater The cost of selling and the profit to the re taller have to bo added on Three hundred and forty mlllloadollars however Is In Itself a tolerably large bill No nation Is rich enough to view such a bill with unconcern LS turncoatmayor II T Duncan has sued the Lexington Democrat for 210000 damages because It published a latter asking whore the 1000 that Pool Room Keeper Welch paid went A telephone message from the editor of the Democrat says it is the coldest kind of a bluff OLD maids and others who want to marry might go to Texas and put up their lightning rods The Dallas News save there are in the Lone Star State 100000 more men than women and the demand for the latter Is far short ot the jupply POLITICAL Tbe next Congress will contain 29 more members than the present Con gress W A Helm of Butler county has withdrawn from the race for Congress In the Third This leaves only two contestants John S Rhea and E J Bobdy Judge Morrow will likely be a candl late for re election If his nomination depended on his Rockcastle republican friends he would have easy sa1ll0I Mt Vernon Signal Landon B Lawson of Pike countyI ono of the defeated candidates democratic nomination for Congress in tbo Tenth district may announce as aI candidate for Secretary of Stole Chairman Grlggs of the democratic Congressional campaign commlueeI says American tin Is sold at rate o 13 19 for 100 pounds to exporters of canned goods while the price for home 19Igood and faithful the democrats of their district to Judge Caotrlll and At torney Franklin And throughout the State there Is a fervent ameoPau- cah NewsDemocrat I Recently wben the Texas drouth was broken toe credit was claimed both by those who prayed for rain and those who shot for rain Neither Is entitled t the credit It all belongs to the republican mlnlstratlonLex Demo croteCol David Grant Colson charges that Congressman forcing received more than 25000 on government contracts while a member of Congress Col Colson says he will bring the matter to the attention of the Federal authori ties with tbe vlew to bringing about an IndictmentAn 100000 copies of the speech of Representative Patterson of Tennessee on the republican party and the trusts have been ordered by the Democratic Congressional Com mittee Tbe total circulation of the speech will be a quarter of h million copies A Lawrenceburg dispatch says that the following gentlemen are spoken of for the republican nomination for Con gressln this district B J Bethurum Rockcasile Gen D R Collier Gar rard E Tutt Burnatn Madison John Speed Spencer Brutus J Clay Madi son and N D Miles Jessamine The 10th district convention at West Liberty nominated F A Hopkins of Floyd county for Congress on the third ballot Congreacman White withdrew his name before the balloting began The convention held only one session and was harmonious throughout A resolution favoring a State primary was Introduced by Secretary of State Hill but mot with considerable opposition and was withdrawn The subject of primary elections was exhaustively treated In the last issue of tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL We agree with that excellent paper that the only fair and Impartial manner of nominat ing candidates Is through a primary as against conventions wherein the will of the people Is so often thwarted by boss es and selfish cliques Pal maries cost money but they ae worth all they cost Tbo people know what they want and only have to demand Itrh Ver non Signal THIS AND THAT Unknown persona attempted to burn C X Bowling store at Jackson- A Texas man U under arrestcharged with a murder committed 22 years ago Margaret Ingram has been appointed postmaster at Mt Lebanon Jessamine countyS Mitchell a Baptist preacher was killed by IIJhtntng In Davleaa countyCharles Douglas Mullinix of Rule Casey county has filed a petition In bankruptcyCapt of San Francisco Is 106 years old and claims to be the worlds champion athlete of his age The Rev Stephen L Baldwin D D recording secretary of the Missionary Society of the M E church died in BrooklynA who tried to win a womans confidence at Seattle Wash by do Bring he was Barry Tracy the outlaw was beaten almost to death by po lice before his deception was dlscov ered IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ambrose Corhln eked 80 Is dead It PulAkkl A postolllca baa been established al Vino Clay county Trio Blue Grass Grocery store at Bar rodsburg will bo moved to Perryville Three prisoners broke Jill at Mt Vernon but two of them were caught J R Roblnton charged with attempt ed criminal assault made his escape The Lawrencoburg fair the best one In Its section begins Aug 10 and con tinues four days G G Spear the clover secretary has our toaritt fur u corD pllmontary Gorge King has sold his farm ot Carpenters Creek Casey couuty U John Wheat and John Supp and bat again bought the hack Hue running from Liberty to Moreland Rabbits were so destructive pardec vegetable plant that a citizen on Dan vlllo avenue obtained consent of the city officials to shoot thorn on bis prem ses Harrodtburg Democrat Dr A Wilkes Smith a prominent enlist Is dead at Richmond alter e long illness Dr Smiths widow U a sister of Miss Ellvlra Sydnor Miller 0- 1tbe Louisville Times Two children also surviveCHURCH MATTERS A new church win DO built by the Christian Science people of Boston coating about 12000000 Rev R R Noel has returned from Plttsburg where be field a protracted meeting which resulted In several addi clone to the church Miss Helen Gould gave a lawn party at her home for the benefit 01 the Y M C A work la the navy Donations and admissions amounted to 16000 Tbe trustees ol the Methodist Episco pal Church South propose raising sn endowment fund of 5000000 the lu come from which Is to be used for tie purpose of superanuated minister their widows and orphans- MATRIMONIAL The engagement U announced of William R Magotno of Uarrodsburg and Mss Mabel Prances Armstrong of Frankfort Miss Mary Thomson formerly a teacher here was recently married ton old gentleman of Port Dodge Iowa Bustonytllo cor Advooau The engagemtnt of Miss Sophia Komper Bondriek daughter of W J Hendrlok former attorney general of Ientuolty la aunouDoed In taw York She Is to wed Dr Frederick S Ptekttt I Cleveland h WHEN LIFES AT STAKE The most tfauid man will take any chance of escape The slender rope dropped dowit the the slip pery log over the abyss anything that offers a chance of life is eagerly snatch ed at The end the man sec M safety lie cares nothing i for the meant to I that end There are thou sands of men and women whose lives are at stake who are hindered acceplingthe safety by foolish prejudiceDoctor Pierces Golden Medical- Discovery has been the means of restoring health to many men and women whose hol low cough bleed lungsema elation and weak Urea seemed to warrant the state ment of local phy Iciansn There is- no cure Vh should prejudice agoiDit a medicine bin you from putupI has cured thousands of and woolen Only for Dr riercea Golden Medial Dla cowry I think I would be tom grave today writes Mr Motes Mlte of HlllUnl Viola eo Wyoming I had aathma so bad I could pot sleep at was cotaptlled to sire up work It mated my lung w that I coughed mil the time both day anti night lri nda- aJl thought I had con Stywife had taken Dr rlcrcea Favorile rrescriplion It had helped her so much she Instated on my try- Ing his Golden Medical Oltcorery which I did I have taken four bottles and am now a well man weighing teepoucndderythauka to Dr llerces Mr The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more 4ld by tbe sale of less mexitpriou tpedianea lie gains you lose eCB8 LeXInGTOn DemORftC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It Is especially devoted to the Interests ol tbe Democratic party and gives all theluews without fear or favor WPWalton Editor 5 Mgr Lexington Ky Asjx ijx jx M I i O 1S i O oS iV sjtvsjtxe Jv7i i ii j l Jrfj Jr e iI t t 0 f The Crand Leaders p S Sale1 j Cut Price s i I j r i I ijj For sue week the following prices will he in cllVet nt this store i Look them over carefully o wont your trade and will save you a money on every item iSomemhor our location I I I a All 7 nuts 8jc Lawns now patterns cut to I e 5 ceuti ii All 10 haul iLJo Lawn now patterns out to 8J cents isSummer conoLs cut to 2t c I e 800 walking hats to close out for the sea son worth from 75o to 8150 choice 30c e tLadies 25o vests this week IGc I Ladies 35e fancy hose 25c t New holt pino worth 75c now 30c liens fine underwear nt 25c n garment Ladies fine shoe worth 1bO cut to 81 S Ladies fine shoes worth 8225 cut to S 150 Black polish Baby Elite at 80 box t i J I1 Hays Levy Props B Levy Manager i e S 0 S ss sSe f ya 0 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE Eerie and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood IanrerIERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KT Manufacturer of I IB IR I Q IKLJ And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices J H BOONS CO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Stable llrocos Old Stand Depot St TFORQ KY Now and Stylish Turnouts at IlMsooaMa- Kates Special Attention to Travel lag Phone No 116 HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call I FJ4EIU3EJF That eo called cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That n dollar envod In tho pro mium may cost you n hundred in a loss solid cwsh in eight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Homo of New York can be relied on Josso D Woaron Stanford Exclunlve Agent for Lincoln Oarrurdrioylo and Oascy Counties Kentucky I TIMBER lflND fOR SflLE In order to settle the partnorahlpbuslneaa- of John Honta Jr and J 0 I flouts having died last December wo wilt sell 2704 acre of timberland In Adalrcoun ty This land contains between 1000 000 and 9000000 feet of Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber Thli tract of land Is close to tile famous oil Held of Wayne county and It exceedInglywell adapted for agricultural purposes of the 1111 one body and It Is a bargain for some one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Hardln Harrodsburg or Oscar floats Faulkner Ky J La Beazley Co Undortakors and- Embalmors AUO OULUI IM I l Childrcnii putout loather Oxfords worth i VVMensi for this week to 110 o nuns lino allwbol paste worth 275 i I this Inn lloyd long pants now patterns worth 150 go at 80c VV- ilens and Hats at ric a that will ImnkeI 125 per pair t J The Grand LeaderS FurnlturcUatUngsRugsThey rightI IANNOUNCMENTI i a variety of tho very latest styles of IIUning Bags Chains and Fobs Silver Novelties crit will I enollahlllJI W H MUELLER Prescription SecurityI- fyou knew all facts about our prescription detriment your proscription would same here even if our price were high which they never are If you knew the innuuros wo take to insure the purity nail freshness of our drug if you were familiar with tho mfogimrda wo throw about tile oem pounding and various other methods peculiar to Ibis store you could help having entire confidence in tho accuracyof any prescription we put up To have such Mivice to feel safeis worth something and it costs nothing extra Pennys Drug Store Madison Institute For Young Ladies t J W MoCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky IleAiiUfully situated In the Mue Jra region Has advantage that no other f mar hltoryThUnlvery of Michigan Ann rOOr Uelurabla Unln lty N Y oUr Vanderbilt letrerslty and others of the worlds gNt teat xhooK with rconrd IUtIed as lastruo ton department newplloaallystnwg with Initnwtors trove tile Kratttest rooter Frequentillustrated Inee almost unknown Ouod table No fuser tell n Pod forhaailsnoM caftllOC First National I Bank or Stanford Kv Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Institution was originally established HI the Hank of Stanford In UJ3 then reorganized ai the National lank of Stanford In Lab and again reorganized athe First National flack of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted extitence It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact lug bulnt promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited STOCK JB Paxton J B Owslay- S II Shanks W O Walker Ceo W Carter for week the not This YOUR BANK Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial a Ky j J B Offlcflr3IJ W J f i F Reid Lincoln Co B T Ilarrli Lincoln Oo J S locker Lincoln Oo W P Walton Lincoln Oo J H Collier Crab Orchard M D Elmore Stanford 511 naugbmitn T P Jai IloblnioD J II Ilauchtnan StanfordIW 14 Tate IDICOLR COUNTY NATIONAL BANK r CAPITA 900000 Directors ttTrustcontinuouslyfor SOLICIT ACCOUNT Stanford Directors Officers S n SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier W M niUOHT Asst Cashier i La THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY JULY Wjtg02 t usoIi not do better II yon us double the I price which la always reasonable Pea1 cys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss MADIE OHLM of Louisville It with friends herd MBA A LICK Lusic of lluitonvllle is at Dripping Springs MnS UCMECAIITHR Of LoiilsTllle- U with Mn J H Baughraan Miss UEIIECCA WILLIAMS who bad been III of toasllltls Is out again Mns J 8 IllOK and Miss Mary Gar nott aro at Crab Orchard Springs MR AND Mas JOIN LDTES went over to Winchester yettcrday tnornln MRS J W PEKRIN and children I Tlsltcd relatives In Garrard last week JOHN CROOKS arrived from Atlanta just In time see the Crab Orchard fair close JAMES GlliONY C ioyi clover clr 1cuitclork was hero with bis wife Sat ti urdayW n AND A T TRAYLott returned Sunday from a few days stay In Cin cinnati MR J S WELLS wife and daugh ter of Danville are at Crab Orchard Springs D nuuiiBS and Hon II thIISaturday MRS J J CORNELISON of Lexing ton li here with her father Mr W T v Saunders R n OlVRNS and brldo aro up from New Orleans with his father In tho j Wet End MlBHESMAOcm SACRA and Dora Straub aro spending the week In tho mountainsMR IlARDIN wife and children of Chattanooga aro guests of Mr and l Mrs Mark Bardic i MRS 110 COOK and children of Knoxville are with Mrs A BMoKln ncy In tbo West End T BCD DUNN and daughter MillJ Dettle Dunn of Madison are with Mr and Mrs A C Dunn Mit AND MHB w T BASON of Birmingham Ala are with the family of Mr John Williams Mtpn ILA UOLDAU of Crab Qrobard his roturewl from a visit to Miss Looy Bailey at UarrtxUbwr- iUweBittNiKBHionT of Bloonlng ton III Is tbu Itutt ef the Apse s Bright on Danville Avenue JCIMIK STERLINU K GRIMES of Oaero Texas arrived Saturday to visit bis brother Mr W PGriml SHRLTON M SAC FLBY of the Lax Ingtoa Damoorat spent Sundry with bis mother Mr Naonlod SwlUy s MRS BDRDRTT RAMSEY of Garrard and Mrs Watlcins of Smllbvllle Va wore guest of Mr John Bright Jr DIt A M CARlHNTHR Of St Louis a distinguished exKentuolclao Is vis Lung bis relative Dr J G Carpenter HELEN numux and MUs 1Camille Hopper of Hustonvillc spent i several days at Crab Orubard Sorlogs Miss RAOURL ALLISON has returned to her home at Stanford after a pleasant visit to friends hareLox Demo drat MRS J S OWSLEY JR and son j James MoKlwalne loft Friday for Franklin to attend U o bedside of her motherMiss PBARL ROSE of Huston vlllc Is very low of appendicitis at Harrod burg She was visiting there who taken ill- Miss LULA SMITH of Somerset Is with Mrs J F Cummins Mr and Mrs II D Campbell of Crab Orchard spent Saturday with her W K SMlTli of Clifton Forgo Va has joined his wife at A A MoKtn nays In Danville Thoy attended tho Crab Orchard fair Friday MRSSRS J S RICE and L M Wes terfleld left Saturday night for Ear I llngton to spend a few days with Mas ter of Trains W F Sheridan NEELKY STONE has given up his po sition as lineman for the Stanford Water Light k Ico Co and will work to the L k N with headquarters at Liv ingston JOHN LASLEY Is learning the ropes q In tbo postofilce Mlle Vandeeer who had intended being Postmaster Flor ences chief clerk decided on corn v other vocation Miss OLLIE GIOVANNOLI of Dan villa Is with Mrs Josio Raney She has just returned from a visit to he brother Mr Harry Glovannoli a Washington D C Miss FLONNIE HAMMONDS of Hubble was tho guest of her cousin MI Anna Tarter Mina Lizzie Beck McKlnnoVi visited friends hero this week Somerset Journal TilE following young people compo ed a bouse party at Miss Byrt James at Crab Orchard Misses Julia Wil llama London Margaret Sallee Son erect and Mr J G Bird Louisville SATURDAYS Louisville Times con tamed a good picture of Miss Sadie Taylor the bcautlful daughter of Mr Mitchell Taylor of Burnstde Mr Taylor U known as the stave king of the mountains and his pretty daughter i recognized as the hallo of Burnelde MR JOHN M McRoijERTS is quite sick DExTER BALLOU la 111 with typhoid fever MRS ANNIE YEAOIIR Is visiting In Doyle MR AND MRS JOHN F CASH aro at Russell SpringspMiss Y was at Ltv ingston yesterday RRV s M RANICIN will join his wlfo at Greensboro N O this week MRS 0 E SMITH and daughter of Lexington issue bean vUltlnu relatives beroIDrodbcad Sunday to visit Miss Kilo Dunn ofLaufevlllcM Brightnand Miss Anna Cook Huffman of Lexington are visit lag friends In Hustoavlllo MESSRS HARVE FLOYD and L DI Caldwoll of Waynesburg spent sever al days with Mr John Moser MRS ADELIA WOODS and Miss MID No Woods left this morning for Dayton 0I to visit tho formers sister MR WM STUART Is enjoying areunion with his children around the old family hearthstone at Crab Orchard Mlts W P GRIMES 1111 at the res idence of her mother Mrs Mary Glv cns GEORGE BRONAUOH who has been yearswas ard GEORGE D WEATHERFORD who was hero Sunday says everything points toe bad greatest fair Hustonvillo hat over ByrdPeterlcd visit to Mrs Russell Dlllloo at Liv ingston MISSES ANNA AND JENNIB BLAINE of Grant county aro visiting their grandmother Mrs R 0 Blaine of Uustonvlllo granddaughter tonio Texas are with Mrs Mary J Woatborford at HuiionvlUo MIRS CnrriE THURMOND ono of Lincolns best teachers and a consist ont Christian lady will open tbo Cuba school on Monday Somarset Journal MR ANU MRS JO WKATIiaitrotlD of Danville George D Wcatberford and Mrs Salllo Sblpman of Uuston vlllo and Mrs D 8 McKlnncy of Liv ingston attended the burial of Mr and Mr W O Sps ds little daughter Sunday afternoon LOCALS RHMMUIIRK J U Thompsons solo Saturday Se advertisement GRNTLHMBNS high gradasboM ed at a great saving to you Juan JOliet TIlE Q fc 0 will dhoontlnuo running low rate excursions on Sundays to Ole olnolnnatl TISeNT kIte nicely printed VISIIIn- Icards for 25 cent 60 for iOa 100 for GOo at this olllco a NEW outing bate end other pretty and stylish millinery just In Mrs Garland Singleton A SMALL cabin on haPaxton farm burned Friday night It was occupied by a colored work hood HACK STEWART who shot and killed Lot Anderson at Crab Orchard a week ego will have his examining trial today LIDERTY Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL ruprcsontatlvo hopes to must many of his old friends and patrons at Liberty next Monday first day of olrouitcourt THE L L N will run an excursion to Niagara FMls through Canada Au g 2 Roundtrip tickets good for 12 days can bs had for 1000 Seo Agent J S Rico for particulars THE various privileges of tho Liber ty fair will be sold at auction at Liberty on Monday Aug IOrst day of cir cult court Write to Secretary G R Wilkinson for particulars 2t THE Adrocato Is wrong Neither IlardrBro told that Mr Harding Intended speaking but changed bis mind THE Lincoln Oil CaeJt Mineral Co a drilling outfit arrived Saturday Tbo first well that will be sunk will bo on Mr J M Pottus farm wbero It Is sincerely hoped a gusher will bo fount tict00 was M Stone of this omco who by the way Is ono prlateofre ABOUT 8 oclock last night Floyd Berbey escaped jail at Lancaster while the turnkey was locking up the pris oners Ho had secreted himself behind the door He was closely pursued Policeman Slier firing several adore at him He entered a Celd of hemp on the Stanford pike and a search Is being mado for him a guard having been placed around tbo field Ho U about 22 years of ago smooth taco dark hair end was bold on a charge of house breaking Came hero from Toxaa M D H You can get the very latest In vell logs at John P Jones A CROWD of young oplefrom this placo will go to Mammoth Cavo Thurs dayS 1ftII HELM whoso namo was rinted In tbo delinquent list Is ox empt from taxation and the name was Inserted by error THE Crab Orchard lairwill likely tlnaDclallyhuton track and amphitheatre the show Ing Is not bad TUB fair hop wilt be jrlvnn by tl a young men of Hustonvllle at Alcorna Opera louse that place tomorrow Wednesday evening Saxton will fur ub the music Tbo following ovo sing tbo vocal and elocutionary contest will bold the boards at Alcorns Opera Howe CALDWELL Miss Della Caldwell aged 16 daughter of Mr 0 G Cald well of Wayncsburg died Saturday of typhoid fever and was burled In Doublo Springs Cemetery Sunday afternoon after services by Rev T M Smith She was a splendid girl and a consist ont member of the Baptist church NOTICE It has the of tho Central Ky Real Estate Exchange to securo options on that class of property where the owner Is exceedingly anxious to sell or Is forced to sell and thereby securo a low price on limo and bold out somo Inducement to buyers Read their list carefully and see the bargains altered CATALOGUES for colored Lincoln L Garrard County Fair which will bo held here Aug 23 29 and 30 were printed at this oOIco Saturday Some good premiums are offered on horses mules cattle and sheep whllo a 120 bill will bo gluon the bet cake walker The floral ball will be a feature of the I exhibition CHEAP RATES TO MAMMOTH CAVK The L ft N will commence Friday the sale of roundtrip tickets to Mammoth Cavo for II 25 Tbo sate will continuo until Aug 17 and tickets will bo good returning until Aug 10 Tho Stato Guard is encamped at the Cavo and o Friday night next tbo adjutants ba will take place On Aug 6 the officers ball wilt bo gives and on tbo 7th the governors ball A HBAUTIFUL little daughter was born to Mr and Mrs W O Speed Sat urday afternoon but it livid only a few minutes Sunday afternoon It was plaaed In a snowy white collin and bur led In Buffalo Cemetery Wo sympa these with tbo parents who were spared an offspring such a little while Mrs ginPd g fairly well SOME lying skunk has Industriously circulated the report that the price of the INTERIOR JOURNAL will ba raised compotttlogn e seriously considered Wo aro doing pretty well at the present price thank you and If our subscription lIt con tinues to Increase as It has in the la two months we may bo ablo to send 10 Issues of tbo cheapest and best for less than tbo present price I AT 0 oclock next Wednesday morn log when tbo bell taps the biggest show of tbo season In tho way of a stork lair will be open hors Every thing will bltIo tip top shape tbo prea ident and secretary will be diked out In fantastic costumes with their ha oiled and mustache curled to a Queen taste In brief but beautiful addrea- Y they will welcome all who pass t gates Como up and bring all your folks and kinfolks as wollDr Moor 0 in Advocate ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Georgo tbe flvo yesr old son of John M Gooch of the Gilbert Creek section was ace dentally shot and dangerously by Ole older brother Henry Sunda Tho boys had found a iclfactlng pistol on Mr Samuel Dudderars farm and woro playing with it when It went oil II Tbo bullet penetrated the boy right lung end It has not yet been lo cated Dr OBannon who dressed tbo wound says the boy is getting along as well as could be expected- HUSTONVILLRth landof the bos pltablo and the homo of too generous will have her tale this week and s ready people aro gathering facto for the festive occasion Tbo exhibition begins at 0 oclock tomorrow morning Tik best show stock In all theglorlous btu waofmany towns aro packing their trunks at brushing up their Panamas for th gala week at the West End capital E erybody likes to go to tho Hustonvllle fair and all who can do so go If they go the first day they cant stay away tho next two so If the crowd Is g00d tomorrow It will bo Immense day and Friday It In a county enter prise that wo should all tool interest In and as most of us do we predl that the crowd this year will surpass all previous gatherings there and that the Hustonvllle fair which mat think will bo the ONLY one will be t best In tho history of the association AN elegant line of toilet soaps Just In Geo H Farris d Co a GAY Duos of Weodford and Clar ence C Harris of Lexington will have a carload of show horses between them at the Hustonvllle fair which boo gins tomorrow and which gives every promise of success THE teachers of graded school will resume work Ibo first day of September Each teacher will have chargo of her respective grade and suitable rooms will bo provided Further an nouncomenta later Tie catalogue of the Brodbead fair Aug 20 21 cad 22 la being distributed j and Is a credit to the Mt Vernon Sig nal office Liberal premiums era offered on tinge for almost everything and good purses will be hung up for tea races Wrlto in Secretary J Tbom as Cherry Brodbead Ky for adver ti sing matter EVERYBODY in theNest End and many from other portions of Lincoln will attend tbo vocal and elocutionary entertainment at Alcorns opera house Hustonvllle Thursday night Muslo will be furnished by Saxtona orchestra and a splendid program will be render ed See or write to W C Greening manager for particulars MONEY LOSTA gentleman whofot tended tbe fair at Crab Orchard the first day dropred a roll of bills from bill pocket amounting to 870 or ISO There were three 120bllls a ten and somo smaller bills either lost on talc grounds In afternoon or In town after lair was over Finder will please leave same with President R H Bronaugh and receive reword BEAR In mind these things The Hustonvllle fair begins tomorrow la dies are admitted lees tbe first day a big game of base ball will be played on fleetdayonhandtako subscriptions orders for job print log or advertising See him The Hill Academy Next term begins September 11402 We ask for the patronage of all parents wbo advantageottheyInterfere9 lII ItANKIN Principal LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route Knight of ITthlas San Frmnclio Cal lAuf tlU Finest train service In the world Low rats ticket rood on all limited trains for the snore occasions QueenLBROWN 8 BROWN Attorney At Lllw Office in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all tbe State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collection mado and promptly remitted GREEN RIVER ME JIMS tPhil Casey Co Ky Mfrs of Jeans Cassinettes Linseys Flannels Blankets Yarn we make a specialty of roll carding and also of plyfdIsaiah White of Stanford has simple of our goods Rod will ship your wool and save you freight Saleex111beanil Stanford plko It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered with never falling springs and In best neighborhood In Lincoln county For call on or write to W A Peltus MtlledgevlllB Ky PUBLIC SALE Saturt1l1yAuguknown as the Jus 5 cCarlep farm on Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike near the tKMtofllco of Sweeney The land which Is In n good state of cultivation Is mostly In selle aged to some extent by the recent cyclone but the outhouses are numerous and In good repair will also sell two good bones well broke to ride nod drive one 3 and tho other 3 year old 42 good sheep 2 extra good farmingImplementsIng machine new cutting barrow Solo to begin at 10 A M sharp Terms salel Ky O P Chandler Auctioneer GOLDEN WEALTH Produced by Lincoln County SoilYTHE GREEN RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO bas commenced operations on the Dr Dnughmattle beenyballed to be good for at least IOS barrels per day and of high gravity Illuminating oil Wells of this character aro far more bOldlUrbave futureesale at 40c a sharer tbo par value Is SI 00 a a share fully paid and non arseisable Buy bigCCoblv withdrawn from the market without notice 25 shares U the smallest block the companywill Issue Remit by certified Check or poJtolHce money order or call on fllanagerh0taryand Treasurer Dluefleld W Va Special Sale of Shirts I ONLY 49c EACH I I r SEE OUR WINDOWS I j Cummins McClary I t8e eeQ eft e o e weiS 1I ii S l f6iAitil0erseIJYiIo i rJ se jli IfIfIYJ e i4P NEW LOT HATS 1b e 4 5 Latost styles In felt and crash J iw bllpecla Ipment Negligee Shirts e 4Neat light colors and tan These fI areifJt3 aC the very newest things In the44 gotten out for tho fairs resorts etcof 8 eop H McRoberts SfIJ to eif1L4Io4 4Jt orJ U iItt f tf n 6t to oue IC f J im Em IA SUGGESTION m m ABOUT SHIRTS Iijof those 2oc and J35c fine mGinghaIDs and Madras cloths reducedr19 cents to close Wto OarnetSj Curtains Shades riiisecond floor mou ti I Severance Sons New Store J XXth Century Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC i JOHN BRIGHT JR CO I O L CARPENTER W O WITDIITS HOT and not expensive I You may not need Furniture now but you will When you do we can fill the bill Withers Furniture Co 4V aI t1orTHKJNTER10RJODBHAL Xnltred n the poofce at Stanford at taendclatt maile- r2roblSahetTuaaSwgaan4Fztrsar AT 1 PERYEAR CASH I MT Whsn sot iopild B3OO will bcchtrgcd I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION NOUTralDlotlllNonbM Gam No M MM a us No25 n II SnutbMt2Bami 1023 u s MJ p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4ItUH Stanford at IMa m No IIrr1Yfe tStanford 115 a m No 21 leave SUnlonl tM 230 pm A 8 PRICE burgeon Dentist I Stanford Ky McBobertsDrnf Stort to the Owslej IIOAtUT sanding A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky IrO1Dceover Higsins A SIcKInneya Stor Telephone No 01 si NEW LIVERY STABLES W SUBSE Ir N Prrs JUNCTION CITY KY i FirttClass atRReasonable Rate f Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Bale I A0 M BOURNE KyIAuotoinoor I UO pejplo of Lincoln County He toI will please you both In work and I price Write to him MONUMENTSPURE ZJiO Wblte Bronze Is to stone In the monument business what the Improved dropbead sew- Ing machino Is to or car la to the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the ago It Is indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting of vour ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can investigate it J C McWhorter Agt ORAD ORCHARD KY J+ G+ t4cG fRY c UNDEPIi1AltER EDIt3ALMER And Desiear In SABNSSS 84 DDLEBY C Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of Loatsrille will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Friday and Salwiaj August IK- f i Now Is the time Dont neglect your best Wendyonr eyes Eyes examined and glasses adjusted Dont neglect your chIldrenaeyes Otllceho ra1I ro m to II pm E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky ReaLEstateFxdhang TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1iIvuMSnd lot In Slanfonlave roiHaihal la the rear pool gar lu t nMghber- baelaeteehsrbeaid 011001 Uood rmiltft liT Prla 8M No 1 Swallfuuteenaemllet from hUn ford Hous ot aurgoodrooms luck porch aDd 1 TfnnJi uood Urn sod buildings In good repair Cut In iii5Cdwell fenced aO acre In one acre In fruit trees rest In grass Bought atcamuplasioeerulat bargiln and cm be sold at bargain Clot to o church Price 923 acre land adjoining sold for 510 and S43 Thlsliabanfsln No 5house and lot In Stanford House coo lain See roof Uood stable sad 3 ores oflsnd well fenced Yore of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 storr front be built to the cottage mod be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u the owner mutt have money so4 Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms hall mad veranda Hood garden fencing and house In good repair For wile or rent Price reasonable No 1Illouae and lot In Stanford Thus rooms and Iront porch tiood garden sad table Uood repair sold chop No 7HOUM and lot In Stanford 1 ltrll11 rooms Uood garden smoke and coal houses only WOO boo Ftrmof SflicrrOS rollex bran Ulan oral on county call IS seres cultivation ate eo In pasture 2 good orchards fled rest In timber To- m1I cottages barn and outbuildings well watered and tenting fairly good liar anl- oughtat be your price as owner HTIS In Indlinapo Ili and must base money No 9 A farm of 222 acres tour miles from Stan lord on best pike in the county Sixty acres In wheat 40 In corn A in timothy C In clover and 1119 In flue bluegaii Ii cat In six fieldi well fenced well and sprlbg tog- oGol tTwodwelllegigood barn and ovL- bolidloOlS Fronts pike for tonequArleD ot mill I lout dwellings being on pike lJ nty fact trees and enough timber to make t mii 110011 A pletld bluegrau farm and only 2O tulnutes drive from the county wat Owner ol Soe farm adjolnliK this has recently refuted f 13 ner acre We oner this at fa 7 m per acr- eN01129 awes land with neeeaeary liaproTe mot tulle from Stanford Dwelling has four rooms Terards hall and forth Large barn mute tl- hou etc Wtti watered aliI tented mod bulldib in good repair Price reasonable Nol2Dwelllngof six roomrb1I and porch neccenary outbrildings large two norr stora room 2x 0 lest lower room supplied with counter shelves etc Wster In dwelling and storeroom alma cistern and well on place Swill lot bat of store line mile from tSUtiford llniUIn In coo1 repair ant dwelling originally teat IIIand store orcr1lWu Will sell loth for J9S9 or will rent or sell separately No 110210 acre firm 4 mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrkk dwelling II room two tenant howin two barns well anti print near dwelling FannJn high state of cullltttlon ISO acres riier bottom land gout fencing fruit etc Irlce STM an acre No UlOO acres ol land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard oppo lte springs In gnu no 1m proTements except stock bun abundance of stock water rrtttltit building site In town Trice 1000No 1SA nice collage and lot on Lancaster street Stanford 7 rooms good cistern etc Co- II 1000No In Mailmen county Kr9 milts South ofBlchmond and 2 tulle of Klnriton l lng between lllj 11111 turnpike and Muddy Creek as the Col 1L Wundij farm Fame bullrings stock barns outbuliding Ac nntr of good water sod one of finest care springs In Kentucky In yard lies stock ham In for the money Price 920 per acre No 17A firm of 1M acres near Huitonrllle Dwelling of eight rooms hall veranda eta One tenant house stock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cistern and good well In the yard mad water In every Sell on the place Fart cut In seven held and untclasa land No 5lFano of ICO acres situated near Klogs vllle Ky GO acres In cultlratlon M In tiraber est In grew well JrOOd relutrDwellingtompantlec Ir new Is within 5cA yards ot three chunhCl school poototBce and C depot Property lea 00 pike and county road and is the moat dlrLllicon In thst section W will seH the whole farm lor ft 400 or la parcels of sot less than 30 acre to suit purchaser This Is certa nly cheap property WyaNoorgOPllln1tDOd rod bulldlnii In repair tone land In good neibborhood close to school a don good road Price a700 countyrhreebuildings each house barn etc about the renter of 100 acres All on county road 1 mile from church school mad poitotfiee Lays well and wet watered This Is a good tobacco farm and would suit two oMhrvn finillles that might want to cone from the same neighborhood Price reasonable KrOuogood Darn and other outbuildings Biztyacres In cultivation 45 acres In timber trees etc Lsys well on county rod close to churches ichool etc rrice only 600 No sarm ob liB erne in Casey count Two fnmi dwelllng two good tarn and ether utbuUdlnp in good repair Iplflldld tobcve land and In good community A bargain at f900 No G7motIl5crea In Casey county A new two story S room frame dwelling and old dwelling In lair condition Darn and other out buildings On county rood splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a de sirable home Price I15HO KrFr3mloutbuildings S crID cultlratlon rnt in tin ber Well watered 501 from pottoQc scbool and church lays well on pike and In good vein runic ir1ceKO- wehare buyrfor210or300en tarn situated from 00014 three town Also buyer for but 100 acres situated from one to miles from town with or without Improvements Alto a buyer nor an SSCWto 810 000 farm close to town No IS Four houses and lots In Rowland Ky Price f100 each No 19 904 acres of land neat Crab Orchard cheapNo 20 Twoilorv house 0 rooms hsllveranda 12 acres splendid laud adjolnlngln Stanford Prop erty In good water and lights In house cis tern at door IJeautlful home Price 1000 No 22 Iloumeofflearoomeporchone acre of ground mud good stable One tulle Will town Price ttOO No 23 Fe m of 145 acres 3 miles from Stanford Frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porchei 2 lit t a one log wagon bed combined tb other an extra good hams with rattle sheds attached Barn srrsnged far curlnf toliscro Also hennery smokehouse and corn crib Floe orchard Fencing In good repair Well watered 2 cistern lie farm his I een occupied byaornerown ell preserved and Imprured Is- pmtlofpotoalce school Rented for 1W2 lor halt grain rent and Is eiiltlvsted In corn wheat tobacco and clover Title perfect Costpr sent owmr M 800 u connly record will show Will sell for K BOO No 21 Dwelllngof4 rooms with 20 acres land In Moreland hood barn mod necessary outbuild ings 2 wells In y rtI splendid orchard and 2 acres In strawberries Immediate pHwwIoa Price fie No 26 Farm of 100 acres near Crab Orchard ewsstory frame dwelling of 8 room hall and palrWtllacrID wreil 40 acres In corn a In timothy rest In grate Prie to per acre No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double versa das hallway Ell A large 2 story storeroom ironllng street 30 tort Irom hotel up stain suits ble fordwelllng 2 nice cottages nicely furnished pspercd sad painted 4 roots and veranda each A large barn en same lot used u livery stable Goal gKrden Vacant lot adjoining 30 feet front by 200 ffd An ot this property Is In London Kyt and Is a floe chine for some one to mate money Proprietor hat refused to rent prI for IM per month On account of Ill health of his wife reason for selling proprietor desires to exchange fur ham lu Unroln county CECIL CKTR0N Junction City Ky Wholesale fouler and Bottlers o- fSODA POP and all kinds of soft drink Write for prices e 6mar as + r+ WJ icarar KINGSVILLE The Summer boarders have Dot yet arrivedElarlan Cued Iff of Somerset wits tbo guest of his brother W R CundllT Blackberries nro till eelllDi at 12o per gallon Fruit of all kinds U very carco In tbU ecctlon W L McCarty U busily engage rottldt tho factory ID rcadloees There U etlll a fine prospect for tomatoes Whllo the section crew were return log from work Friday evening they wero struck by a freight traIn lust beyond South Fork and were badly bruit ed up though not seriously Injured The car was completely demolished The Christian church ai this place now boasts of an usher Boono Flint holds that position Elder Berry cer tainly draws tho people and tbero should be more than one usher to seat the immense crowd especially at Sunday evening service One of our wellknown citizens Will taken or mistaken rather for tho wild manua few days since Bo was lying in the sun which did look suspicious In b meadow near town when two of tho neighbor women discovered him at a distance became frightened and went for assistance With Mr Everett Chovoletto as their convoy and armed with clubs they approached tho wild man as they thought but ho protest ed and proved that ho was not the manMies Elisabeth McFarland of Knox vllle came up from Somerset Wednesday where she has been visiting her cousins Mesdames DIneen and Allen and U the guest of her aunt Mrs B C Pennybaoker Dr and Mra13 G Al len of Somerset arc tho guests of her mother bore Mrs James Hoy moth er Mrs Phillip and handsome lion James Roy Jr of Frankfort are tho guests of old friends hero Dr B F Walter of Lancaster Is still here and getting considerable practice in the dental line- LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J M Cress sold to S Morgan 21 200 pound hogs at 0 85 L C lung sold to Lancaster parties a lot of corn at 8323 at his crib FOR SALEll mules two and three year olds C L Snow Elllsburg Ky It- O C Goner delivered to J H Daugbman 0L Co 30 barrels of corn at 350 W U Cook of Garrard sold to B F Saunders L Co of Mercer 30 1450 pound cattle at OJo July oats at Chicago suddenly dropped 16 cents and an exciting panic re sulted before It recoyered- W B Land sold to B D Hollzclaw a pair of small mules for 8135 and to James McCarley some butcher cattle ate J T Huguely of Boyle has sold ton M Banna of Cleveland the good mare Leola tall by C F Clay dam a mare by Onward for 10500 Frank Martin of Harrodsburg has ought the C r Armstrong farm of 423 agree midway between Harrods burg and Perryvlllc for 823000 Lutes Co bought In Wayne county 300 feeding cattle and yearlings at JI to 4ic They shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a carload of heavy butcher cattle they bought at 4 i to Cc The Lexington Cattle Sale Co will bold a sale of 50 Shorthorn cattle In the TattereallB building adjoining Fair grounds Tuesday August 12 Sale commences promptly all l M Excur sion rates on all railroads 4t LANCASTER COURT Tbero were about 125 cattle on the Lancaster market but buyers and sellers were far apart and few sales were made A bunch of extra good yearlings sold at close to Cc some belfera at 3o and butcher stuff at 21 to 3c Several mules changed bands at 880 to 8125 Horses wero slow and few Bold REPULSIVE FEATURES Blackheads pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common among women especially girls at a certain age destroying beauty disfigur ing and making repulsive features which would otherwise appear attractive and re fined indicate that tho liver Is out of order An occasional dote of llerbino will clcanto the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a cear healthy complexion 60c at Pennys Drug Store r LAST ONE Tbo last excursion of tho season will bo run to Atlantic City from Lexington and Central Kentucky points Thursday Aug 14 via the Chesakcake tL Ohio Railway and Wash ington D O The round talp rate will be 814 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Kentucky points Tickets good 12 days from sale G W Barney Lexington Ky a THE BEST LINWBNTFOKSTKAINs Mr F H Wells the merchant at Deer Park Long Island NY says I always recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm as the best liniment lot strains I used it last winter for a severe laments in the side resulting trout a strain and was greatly Pleased with the quick lellef it effected For sale by Craig Hockcr Druggists Soldiers from tbo North and East who fought in the war against Spain hove filed thousands of applications for pensions C MIDDLEBURG Everybody is looking forward to tho Hustonvlllo fair School wit open Aug 4th Prof and Mrs J W Davis will again teach for 9us Mrs I C Dye of Liberty visited her son W T Dye at this place last weekJ Wheat has purchased of G W King his farm on Carpenters crook for 32 0- Mcsdaroos 0 L Prultt and J W Davis are attending tho bedside of their mother Mrs Uarpcr near Uuston yllloXelroa tho flveycnrold daughter o Mr and Mrs W P Wesley Is very low with typhoid fever but tbo doctors say that sho will recover all O K James W Dryo has opened his school on Shux Crock Miss BcsMe Foglo Is again teaching at Turkey Knob Miss Maud James Is teaching at Oak Grove M Taylor Pulaski stave klnjlmade a flying business trip to this place and vicinity Miss Annlo nail of Somerset Is tho charming guest of Mr nod Mrs A E Estes attholrcountryhomo Miss Ball adds much to our society The republican primary election to nominate a candidate for Congress Is getting warm In Casey This county hue heretofore been nut in Borelnga column by a safe majority but now It seems though Colson will carry old Casey by a small majority Rev Godboy Oiled his regular op polntmonts at tho M E church Sunday morning and evening The General County Sunday School Convention will be held at the M E church this place the 2nd Saturday In August Rev J B Forroll is carrying on a protracted meeting at Rocky Ford church Miss Mattle Eites is visiting In Ow ensboro Miss Lute Murphy has returned to ber parents In Oklahoma after a year spent with friends and rola tics in Casey Arthur Kite Q R Jones and J W McWhortor Sr were In Cincinnati last week on business Mrs II Q McAnlnch Is Improving Miss Florence McAnloch of Perry vlllo is visiting Miss Jessie Coulter J W MoWbortor Jr of Cincinnati vIs- Ited friends bore last week II U Mo Anlncb attended tho bedside of his laughter Mrs Williams at Shelby Clly Tho Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Uustonvllle fifth week In July Danville ONt work In August Lexington second week In August Mavevtlo and Lawronceburp third week In August Brodhead FAIT Aug 20 thrco days Liberty Aug3 days London Aug 273 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week InSeptemberEllzabethtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In September TIlE PERFECT LIVER fflEDIOINB Mrs M A Jolley Noble O T writes I have used Herbluo for a number ot years and can cheerfully recommend it as the most perfect liver medicine and tho greatest blood purifier It is a medi cine of positlv4omeit and fully accom plishes all that is claimed for it Malaria can not fiulla lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for one of its functions is to prevent the absorp lion of overproducing Poisons Hcrblno is a most efficient liver regulator 60c at Pennys Drug StoreS S Sebreos now gas well is still burning and tho owners are considering a prop osition from the Business Mens Asso elation to organize a company and drill deeper In tho hopo of striking a strong er now I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find them tho beet thing for my stomach I ever used says T W Robinson Justice of the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only coned disorders of the atom ach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in eficct Price 25 cents per box For sale by Craig Hockor Druggists At Hartford Circuit Clerk Anderson granted a temporary restraining order In tho lulitiled by tho republicans to enjoin the democratic committee from holding a primary on the regular elec tion day The case will bo taken up CURES SCIATICA Rev W L lacy L L D Cuba New York writer After 15 days of excruci ating pain from eolatic rheumatism un drr various treatments I was induced to try Dallards Snow Liniment the first ap plication giving my first relief and the second entire relief I can give it unqualified recommendation 25c COc and f1 at Pennya Drug Store The Queen Crescent Routo will sell tickets at rate of ono faro for tho 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 particulars W C Rlnearlon G P A At Woodstield Ohio Mrs Everott Spencer killed her husband while hoe asleep and then committed suicide It Is thoupht that she was temporarily deranged au P 1tRiffIj YIRYBOGY PRELIMINARY tJRrRLOGVe RiDUGED e IS Jitb Qillousnl sa i Makes 2 Chronic InvalidsK f When the Uer Is torpid sad lulu to do its work Ithe bile enter the blood ua virulent polite Then 1 come eoasUpation bUlauaneaa stek headttbe timn And milarta The ooly treatment that giea tae Seer- lbe Jut right touch sad start Natwraa seek to the niraaaeef i- sfQNSD LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pal towcbea ID liver ltd Ute pellet MM the syeteto 3dotes for V def een a sew asi ba leas your earl ts ciceeOngly tad you s nU be wU before you BnMi rum Sample Ices fW asleu 4 ill VtaJtn I FOR SALE BY W D MRCfBERTS RAND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE III STATE COLLEGE OP KENTUCKY f The Agricultural and Mechanical Slate College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz4 Agricultural Horticultural Chemical llloloclcal mole 1cal Physiological Normal School Olualoal trlcal Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining tends over four yean and loads lo a degree Post lathemalleaIJIbrlleJontoIprovided leading each to a masters degree Each der instructors a separate faculty The general acuity numbers County Appointee receive tuition room lights and If Lhef remain 10 months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums arc largo well equipped oomtrebrnssvo and modem The last and the preceding Legislatures appropriated IOOOO for a college borne for young women ilOOOO for drill hall and tl11naetum for Sen Military tactics and science are fully pruvklod required by OInlrPM- UradualM from the onr courses of I readily find excellent poa Mona and liberal remunerations TUB demand ls largely in eocceu it the aWatl1 of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was Ml For catalogue met hi 1 of obtaining appointments iofarmtUoM rttptrdliig courses of study and terms of ailmtolon to K IATTEKSOX 1h P L D ProtAlfBtI Or to D U FllAJCBK Uuilnoss ItIrxTON KY Examinations begin Sept B 1902 Fall Term beglnn Sept 19 1902 CARSON 8c PENCE DEALEUS IS Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition 1 See our elegant line ot Lap Robes The Danville Fair r- 0ugust 6Vv 7thand 8Av Rings for almost everything and Liberal premiums for all WRITE FOR CATALOGUE H C BRIGHT Secretaryr Geo F Anderson President C 01 HOTTTE Popular Excursions to Old Point comfort mid Oconn Vn For Round Trip J JAMES View 13 Good 15 Days TlckctvwIM be mold July 15 and 79 Aug 10 and Sept 1 Stopover allowed In uiotin TicketIOEO W DABNEY n P A c FOR SALEj I here n 11liorso Traction Englno also a a now Shredder for solo You can a bar gain Once Corrcr MlllcdgoTllle ICy Hustonville Property for Sale rtyltl1led aeast side of College street In lluitonvlllo ICy consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This pr la wall ar ranged for hotel or larding house tail liverybarnfor hotel and livery purposes and good va cant lot for private resilience If desired PropertyleU now rented for tbat It want good paying property In Uuatonvlieacall on or D S Carpenter Iluiton Tllle ICy r