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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 119029 A M NO 42 ITHE HUSTONVILLE FAIRI r Another Successful of the Most Popular Fair in Kentucky Had the weather been mado to order It could not have been better for the visitors to the Huetonvlllo fair ycitcr day and the day before It was warm but the good ralo of Tuesday bad laid j the dun end there was nothing to keep everybody from hiving a good time President O M Givens Secretary W D Hooker Treasurer J U Hooker aDd all of the dlrectcri cad honorary vice protldenti wero In tho bet of iplrlti and ready and willing to do anything that would help push their pet enter s prlio along An Idea of the amount of show tock there lIon hand can bo bad 1beD It li told that there were 18 en In one ring Wednesday while soy cratolher had nearly as many Tbo fair It a brilliant IUQCC I to far and the crowd that will be there today will prove beyond pcradvcnlure of doubt that nuttonvllle It a fair town and that ftwo lairs are not too much for Lincoln il icounty Following are the award it FIRST DAY Mrs 4 HHotker Supt Haadtomew doeorated turnout to be drtva from town to fnlr ground II Dee US Drve and Miss Louise KnltaD Itratn 1 entry t wa Cowan Supt 1 But Sootbdown wok RaT age 5 SN Henry MoKlnnoy Lincoln pram and p Bert 0inirlct- J near ewe aDr ate CM 4 C II Irwin Uayfe prom 0 P Pith er Bovte ten I 4 entries I 3 Beat buck ktrab wide oas year S M- CM D Wootherford Lincoln prem GP Fliber Moyle eert44 entries 4 Beet ewe lamb under owe year C M Gao D Wettberford Lincoln prom 0 P Fisher Doyle cert 3 ontrlet F F Sandidge Supt 5 Beet Bono colt 10 Ofl S M Owens Lincoln prem Geo M Given Lincoln cert 11 entries C ntt mare colt 10 00 I Jnledeoe Halley Lincoln prem 8 T Lincoln cert 0 cntrlet 7 Best mare and colt 10 01- G M Given Lincoln prom J 0 r Taylor Boyle cert 13 cntrlet s nt taddU gelding any age 15 M J T CroDihaw Fnyclie press II B Goddard Moroar nont3 entrUt t Beat saddle mare any age IS W J T Cranibaw Fayette prom Roy Beaaley Doyle Iort 2 entries W Suckling oalt either sex Hn- IOn 1903 to Red Leaf M N James Camdem prom Geo M Glvont Lincoln cert 18 entries JACK STOCK- s + 11 nell jack under two years 10 N Tbot D Adams Fayette prcro lien ry Baucbman Lincoln cert 2 entries 12 Beit Jack two years and uu 5 dor throe 10 00 M D Eubankt Lincoln prem and cert i 13 float Jack any age 10 00 M D Eubankt Lincoln prem Tnos B Adams Favolto cert 4 entrlct 14 Best jennet under ono year pair pants 10 00 I Henry Baughman Lincoln prom T B Adams Fayottc cer1 CD trier 16 Best Jonnot any ago 10 00 T13 Adams Fayottc prem G L Potts Boyle cert 12 entries 4JC Coulter Supt 1C Befit combined stallion maro or gelding season to Quasi 1903 15 00 U E Goddard Moroer prem and cert 0 entries 17 Bast draft stallion mare or gelding 10 00 A Huon Adalr prem 5 J H BauRh man Stanford cert 4 entries IS Best boy rider under fifteen years 10 00 B E Harris Stanford prem H Warrlner Casey cert 5 entries Henry Garten Supt 1PIDeet pair of goats driven by boy G 00 Dan Lyon Lincoln prem Ncal Green d tag Lincoln cert 2 entries 19 Dent mare and mulo colt either sex 10 00 Henry Baugbraan Lincoln prem M B Eubankt Lincoln cert 3 entries 20 Best mulo maro 10 00 G M Glvens Lincoln prem M B Eubankt Lincoln cert 7 entriot J 21 Best mulo colt either sex 10 00 James H Woods Lincoln prem and fa cert t Geo J Cunningham Supt dolt 10 0022 Best mare mulo Henry Baujjhman Lincoln prom M B Eubankt tort 3 entries 23 Best mule one year and under two 10 00 I IJlI Woods Lincoln prom Harry CI Lincoln cart 2 entries 24 But mulo two years and over 10 00 M nenryDau26 Beat mule colo by Balaam season to Balaam 1903 10 00 DldotlolI1 ST Harris Supt 2C Best doublo team speed stylo and durability con sldorcd regardless ot sox or ownership 30 to first 10 to second 40 00 J T Crcntbaw and A L Denny prem I C James cort 5 entries 27 Best yearling colt either sox season 1903 to Dip lomatist 25 00 Geo D Weatberford Lincoln prom Henry Baugbman cert2 entries SECOND DAY D C Allen Supt 88 Boat bell oalf under one year 10 00 T L Carpenter Lincoln prom and cert St DOlt heft yftL at10 year and B4trtw 10 0 Henry Baujhman Clncolnj prem and cert SO heat WIta r It5S IE Ot T L Carpenter Lincoln prem and aert Sentries 11 Best heifer calf under one ywr 10 00 T L Oarpontar Lincoln prem and cert St UMt fcalfar olio year and n- der two If 00 T L Carpenter Ltneoln prom and cert n Beet sow nay age 15 N T L Carpenter Lincoln prem and cart- HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES Ji K Baughman Supt II Heat saddle maro or gotdlng any age suit etothta SO 00 J T Crenihaw Fayette prem Farris Si Denny cert 6 entries II Best saddle stallion any ago suit of clothes 20 00 J T Crenibaw Fayottc prem C T Sandldgc Lincoln cert 2 entries JB Beet New York saddle mare or gelding II 00 J T Crenibaw Faycttc prom and sort COACH OR CARRIAGE PURPOSES 17 Beet pair mares or geldings 20 00 W S Dryc Lincoln prom It E God dard Moroer cert 0 entries 18 DOlt roadster maro or geld logs f20 to 1st10 to M 30 00 J T Crenibaw Fayette prom H U Leo Sinn Lincoln oert 8 entries Mrs W C McAfee Supt 10 Handsomest turnout consid oration vehicle horse and occupants decora Dons not considered 10 00 J T Creothaw Fayetlo prom T L Rutland Mercer cert FOR HARNESS PURPOSES O P Dowman Supt 40 Host stallion maro or geld- Ing ono year and under two v 10 00 Wallace Steole Casey prllU Henry Baughman Lincoln cert 4L Best mare two years and un der three 10 00 C T Sandldge Lincoln prom and cert 42 Bost maro thrco years and under four 10 00 I C James Mercer prem R E God dard Mercer cert 48 DOll mare four years and- over 15 00 J T Crenihaw Fayolte prem I C James Mercer cert 7 entries 44 Host gelding four years and over 15 00 W S Dryc Lincoln prem I C James Mercer cert7 entries J P Wilkinson Supt 45 Dost atalllon or gelding two years and undor three 10 00 Ed P Carpenter Lincoln prem R E Goddard Mercer cert 3 entries 46 Best gelding thrco yearaond under four 15 00 L C James Mercor prom R E God dard Mercer cert 4 entries 47 Best stallion three years and under four 10 00 O T Sandldpo Lincoln prem J T Cronthaw Fayctto sort 3 entries 45 Best stallion four years and- over 20 00 I C James Mercer prem and cert FOR SADDLE PURPOSES G M Givens Supt 49 Best saddle stallion maro or gelding150 00 75 to 1st 50 to 2d 25 to 3d 10 to enter fivo horses to fill asso elation requires that entries be made afternoon before U T Sandldeo Lincoln lit with Pres too J T Crensbawr 2nd and 3rd j 4 entries- ROADSTER RING W8 Drye Supt 50 host stallion mare or gold Ing any ago 50 00 05 to first 16 to second I C James Mercer prem J T Cren shaw Fayette cert 5 entries RINGLETS Mitt Gertrude Noel of Lancaster lea fair visitor G D Lcaobman of Springfield was at the fair yesterday D U C Peyton of Moreland It a capital chief marshal Mrs Josiah Bishop Is setting asplen did dinner on the grounds A Hunn of Columbia has only ono horsea Ore rockaway sorrel A L Denny hat four good ones In a addle gelding a roan team and a phae ton pony The snake eater not only eatstem alive but gets every spare dime In tbo crowd Congressman Gilbert was on the grounds yesterday shaking hands with tho voter Misses Virginia Lynam and Pearl King are winsome guests of Miss An gle Carpenter Wednesdays crowd was the largest first days attendance In the history of tIe association Mettre Will Walt of Somerset and Roy Bonta of Lexington are guests of George Dlnwlddle Preston tbo brown saddle etalllon Is under tho care of that great rider Cbarlec T Sandldgo Mrs Hommell and daughter Miss Martha of Danville Bro with W O Greening and family Col J P Chandler says John Sam O wiley U a sure winner In the race for oommonwealthottorooyDr down from Lexington to fee tbe homo folk Dr J H Whitney accompanied him Miss MAMIE LOCICKIDOE of Button vllle has returned home after a pleas ant visit to her cousin Mr Frank Mo NabbE Woods told for a fancy price at the fair yesterday a Ono two yearold Jennet to Thomas P Adams of Lux ington Col J P Chandler It a crackerjack ring marshal Tbe association mado a good selection when they eequred his tervloes Tho suckling colt ring bad 11 entries and they were nil good ones S M Owens One one by Dignity Dare got the blue Dan and Garrard Lyon and Neal Greening and Ruth Culberuon wore a cute couple of couples who drovo In the goat ring lion It Owen Cocbran of Taylors vllle one of the candidates for railroad commissioner In this district was cir culating among the crowd Jar R Beazlcys crack roadster gelding Pirate was taken suddenly ill yesterday afternoon and a voterln any was called from Stanford The Weatberford House It taking caro of the big crowd In Its usual fine manner George D Weatberford the proprietor Is equal to any emergency Dub VanAndalc of Harrodtburg without whoso pretence no Huston vile fair would bo accounted a com pleto lucccn hold a levee in tbo am phitheatre yesterday Mlis Juliette Clyde Burke ono of Danvilles prettiest and most popular young ladles and an elocutionist of more than ordinary talent graced the fair with her presence yesterday Miss Ada Alcorn entertained about 40 of her young friends Tuesday eve ningln honor of her guest Miss Dec Craft of Mlllertburg It was a garden party Rod a most enjoyable occasion Rockefeller the great two yearold son of Chester Dare and a full brother to Gypsy Queen Is ono of tbo most promising show horses out this season Ho Is the property of Col I M Dunn of Garrard Tho directors oftlce next to the sec retarys olllce was a happy thought It la the coolest placo on the grounds and Is well supplied with arm chairs a big bucket of Ice water and a bundle of Dally INTERIOR JOURNALS The superintendents of tbo various nags worked like Trojans In getting good judges and otherwise furthering the cause of tbo fair The appointing of superintendent was a splendid Idea follow hereafter Visitors to the fair being entertained by Mr and Mr W M Myers are Mlsees Anna Eubanks and Lucilo Bow man of Liberty and Florence Burn side of Paint Lick and Messrs O P Bowman and Herbert Warner of LIb ertyTbn second day of the Hustonvlllo fair was a success In every particular Tbe crowd was large the rings were well filled and hard fought the women more beautiful and the men more plentiful Tho rings were without ex ception the best ever seen at a Lincoln county fair and wore fought to a Snub Notwithstanding this tbo decision of the judges were generally popular Tho ring was not until after 0 oclock yet the greater part of the crowd was still on the ground Favors A Primary and Gives Good Reasons LANCAiTiU KY July 30 DKAR IVTKIIOIK Many other dem ocrat concur with me In approving your views to ably expressed In are cent issue In reference to primary elec sloofi The time has come to settle the claims of all candldatee by this method Bitter experience tells of the corrup tion of conventions Even the peace prosperity and commercial Interests of our country have been sadly effected by these hippodromes where pandemon partyJIIsnoredunscrupulous candidates and leaders who only seek self aggrandizement Primary elections should be held bee cause they get close to the people by giving them ample time to cast their yotcs calmly and dispassionately and free from the wild conversations which usually prevail In conventions All power resides In the people They arc the sovereigns and the most complete expression of their choice Is certainly desirable and necessary to Insure bar mony in tbe ranks Many then can not attend a convention hall at a given hour while all can go to their pre cincts and vote during a day Many good men will not attend a convention because of the confusion and corrupt methods employed Ours Is truly a government by tbo people of the peo ple and for the people nod tbo beet reisuits follow when the largest number of citizens take part In conducting mat ters of public Interest Those who hold the power have then exercised It and thero Is no reason for discord The fall of empires the toppling of thrones and the destruction of dynasties was but libertyFlr8constitutional and finally the republic powerGovernment was hurtful to the general welfare and this Is the reason why democracy ab everydepartmentelections arc In keeping with this doc trine and the very substance of democ racy No good democrat will deny this unless be belongs to a faction that can pull the wires stock tbe convention and nominate his man leaving tbe par ty In a state of discord and confusion thereby giving the enemy a chance to win at the final election It Is apparent to any one that more evil results from these conventions than primaries If good officers are put In charge of tbo polls and proper rulings are given them by the commit tee they will be properly enforced and everybody will bo ready to support tbo nominee Of course the ruling should be such as to include as voters only those who have generally affiliated with the party holding the election and those who express their intention to support the nominee giving the judges proper discretion In determining who should be permitted to vote Even with these precautions some Irregularities may occur but with plenty of time to guard against them they will got be half so serious as a convention packed with floaters and unscrupulous part sans who are willing to sacrifice tbe Interest of tho party to promote their own selfish Interests Let us have prl manes and thereby preserve the unity and strength of the party of the peo plo A DEMOCRAT- A CURE FOR CHOLERA JXFAKTDM Lat Slay says Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter O an infant child of our neighbors was suflcring from cholera infantum The doctor had given up all hopes for recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure It would do good if used ac cording to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered and is now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have reccommonded this Remedy frequently and havo never known it to fan In any single Instance For sale by Craig dt Mocker Druggists Stanford LAST ONK The last excursion of tbo season will be run to Atlantic City from Lexington and Central Kentucky points Thursday Aug 14 via the Chesakeake Ohio Railway and Wash ington D C The round talp rate will be 114 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Kentucky points Tickets good 12 days LexlDgtODKy I youill be glad to get away from Congress and get a little restMy friend answered tbe statesman you misinterpret the situation When a man goes to his own State he is got to look afterelectlons night and day He goes home to hustle If hes lucky he gets to Congress where there Is a chance to rest Washington Star IIYou ought to be ashamed of yourself fist1Thatsno brick around HOT WEATHER CLOTHES This is the month for und this w tIle place for them Everything to make mon comfortable low shoes straw late neg ligee shirts underwear IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville Ku GREAT CLEARANCE SALE I GreatReductions in Prices 11 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 Moils shoes worth 450 our sale price 300 Mens shoes worth 350at 250 liens shoes worth 225 our price lGO Mens fine shoes worth 200 willnow go at 138 Mens shoes worth 175 now 126 Mens shoes worth 150special sale 03c Mens 500 suits at 208 Mens 750 suits at 448 Men a 1000 suite guaranteed tailor made at 650 Mens 1200 suits go nt 750 Mens 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special price 925 Boys euits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance sale price lOc C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY OIL STOVESThere is something brand new on the market in the way of oil stoves and we have itltis 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 hi a very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper One gallon of oil will un one burner 18 hours Call and let us show you the stove Higgins a McKinney I STANFORD KENTUCKYr IIBargain Sale Now On 1 1 Craig Hocker ST1rNFORDI Antiode rlIApreparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odorsiarising from perspiration II It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body Jwithout injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY W THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON- Ii t Candidate for Railroad Commlailontr for the 24 Dlitrkt labttct to the will ofthe democracY H H HENNINGER Ot Wayne County la a candidate for Bute Tre our lublrct to the action of the Democratic putr ROBERT HARDING of Danrllle li a candidate for Circuit Judge iub Jecl to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer li a candidate for Commonwealth At tornty In thla the 13th Judicial dlttrlcl UbJfot to the actIon Of th democratic party I For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelby KEEP YOUR EYE ON TRIM BLE RIGGERS KEEP your eye on Mercer county In the race now on for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney I the non Inatlon Is decided by a convention and the vote of any recent year ia taken by which to measure the delegate etreog of the countlei composing the 13th JUt dlclal district they will line up as follows Boyle 8 Garrard 7 LI ncoln Mercer 9 Total 33 With candltates for the judgeship In both of them of course there can be no combination between Lincoln am Boyle in that race The only align ment that will muster the necessary 7 votes fora choice then are Lincoln and Mercer or Boyle and Mercer The above paragraph from the Dan vllle News of last Tuesday furnlibe food for thought The News Is the re cognized advocate If not organ of one of the candidates for judge and Us utterances are supposed to be authorized The purpose of this particular utter ance Is already being made the subjec of general and irritated comment Of course also people are saying then can be no combination between Lincoln and Mercer In case that a con ventloo is ordered because It Is ai open secret told everywhere that it such an event Mercer will aleo have a candidate for judge In the person of the present chairman of Its county committee The combination hinted al will therefore be possible only between Boyle and Mercer Is the News artl cle Intended as a feeler or a sueges tlon or a bin from the active politicians of Boyle to the active politicians of Mercer first for concerted efforts for a convention as against a primary clue tlon and second for a combination In that convention to apportion Its prizes between the parties to the deal Tbli question Is being asked by the plain people arid while we prefer to believe that our contemporary was only Indulg ing Innocently in a bit of casual epecu lation It must be owned that its words are susceptible of the sinister construe tlon placed upon them The democrats of the district are happily united and ardently desire the nomination of a ticket no matter who may be on it bi methods which will be entirely above suspicion or criticism They know the ease with which the party wishes can be set aside by the slight or hand processes of a convention as ordl narlly managed They will assuredly resent any action which looks like a corrupt combination to forestall or de 1 feat tbelr own choice of who shall be l their nominees They are In no mood to permit the game in which they are f so deeply concerned to be played with cards or with loaded dice The Ifmarked f the party are above the In I 1teresiof Individuals and It will be a mistake not to so order matters as that we can all with cordial enthus J lam support whatever ticket may be placed In the fleld The candidates I those announced and those merely S mentioned are all right and worthy of e hearty support Let the methods of 1 nomination be equally so Many years It ago the mere suspicion wholly unI founded though it was of a corrupt poI k litical bargain embittered the life of Kentuckys greatest statesman and de i feated him for the presidency Let the democracy ot the 13th judicial district profit by the lesson The truth seems to be that there Is a wellnigh universal demand for a pri mary election It is primary year in Kentucky It is adopted In nearly ev ery district It la advocated largely even for the State at large It Is thought to be the freest from possible fraud It certainly seems the fairest giving to each individual voter a voice n the matter and a candidate who objects to this method approved and safeguarded by the statutes lays himself open to the suspicion of being afraid ol the people The INTERIOR JOURNAL has no axe to grind and no wish in this matter than that the means by which are to be made shall be Iotberi fair open and above board the ticket is so madeL whether our personal preferences have been l gratified or disappointed It snail re ceive our entirely wholehearted sup 4 port from this paper With this end In view a few plain words frankly poken at this stage of the game and kindly meant may not be out of place It I persistently whispered over the dls trlct that the chalrjnan of tho Mercer democratic committee who Is by virtue of that position a member of the dls trlct committee which determines at Danville on the Oth of August the method of nomination is a receptive candidate for the circuit judgeshipat will be an avowed candidate if a con ventlon Is ordered This we believe is an Injustice to that distinguish gentleman Wo do not believe be would remain on the committee a 010 ment if he had the slightest Intention of becoming a candidate UNDER AN CIRCUMSTANCES Such an attitude would be both indecent and sulcldn and we acquit Mr Bell a man of blgh character and conceded talents of can sclenttously or intentionally occupying It But the rumor Is afloat it Is dallv working barm and it is certainly now up to Mr Bell to either declare unequivocally that he Is not and will not be a candidate or to promptly got oft the committee This much he owes not less to the party than to himself IN refutation of the silly charge tbat Judge Saufley did not support Bryan we copy the following editorial from our issue of Aug 14 1890 Here are the words of a tried and true democrat and an honest man W asked Judge M C Saufley yesterday his position in the present contest and be said There are portions of tht Chicago platform which I do not ap prove I participated however In the primary and conceive that I thereby placed myself under moral obligation ti abide the result of the convention This I propose to do and will vote for Bryan and Sewall It Judge Saufley always supports demo ratio nominees as everybody whc snows him will cheerfully attest DURING the last 50 years 5000000 people have emigrated from Ireland tad 80 per cent of these emigrants nva the report to Parliament have IOoe to the United States The greater number of the 80 per cent have lone well They found opportunities ere for development and education for business and work They have made fortunes and their names Illustrate the oils of the army and navy Congress legislatures bar and tfencb business and finance Wherever there Is actlv Ity and push there you will find repre entatives of the SO per coot It THE committee charged with the duty of providing a form ofrailroad Ickets which can be used by all rail roads in the country and which is to be the one adopted for all business rlglnatlnc on one lino transferred to nother will be ready to report before ho time set Sept 1 A sample of one of these tickets Issued by an Eastern oad for a comparatively short trip ha been shown by a passenger agent In Ihlcago It measures nearly six feet In length Alas for the perplexed con uctors MR W P WALTON bought the Lex igtoa Democrat for 10100 at the pub lie sale in Lexington Tuesday and he- will proceed atone to make decided nprovemonts He has had nothing like a fair show with the paper hereto fore having been hampered to a rent extent by several contrary stock oldera who had a greater desire if osslble to wreck the paper than Old Billy Brecklnrldge and his bad son She It LANCASTER Rain is badly needed In this vicinity Homegrown watermelons are now on the market Walter Moss sold a team of mules to right Is Fox for 8100 The residence of Elder A R Moore Iii much improved by paint Mr Parks of Upper Garrard sold a ice bunch of cattle to Alex Gibbs at 7c David Geiger was called to Ashland to theibedslde of his aged father who Is critically 111 The Baptists have changed their prayer meeting from Thursday to Wed eeday evening Besides the little daughter ot J T Williams now critically ill of typhoid f ver a son has been stricken with the ume disease Ed Short who at one time held a potion in the telephone exchange here- la reported critically ill of appendicitis InLexingtonW sold 13 yearling mules to Pennsylvania buyers at 860 W B urton sold seven mules to Fox S Logan of Danville at 13050 T S Elkin bought some fat hogs of- Pat Clark at0c a cow of George Jen nlDta for 825 and some heifers of O T Wallace at 3tc W B Burton sold 50- sbeep to different buyers at S3 A black mare about 15 hands afresb- scar In forehead and In good flesh was- ltolen from J H Bournes stable on- the pew Danville pike on the night of- July 28 A reasonable reward is offer cd for the retura of same Hemp is said to be In good condition and will be a great source of revenuer Garrard growers as there was a larg er acreage sown this year than ever before J J Walker baa an exceptional Iy fine piece on some bottom land alona- the river Rev T H Campbell of Brookly Md is visiting John K West and fame Ily Misses Tattle Mason and Mattie May Robinson are visiting in Uusto vllleAn open air concert will be gfven on Mrs J C HcmpblUs lawn Tuesda ojenlng Aug 12 by Section No 1 of the Ladles Aid Society The best tel ont of this city and vicinity will oarI tlclpate and a rare treat Is IIromleedI There is an amusing lately occurred hero in connection with i a music order sent oft by the leadln book and stationery dealer of this city He had written for several copies of tbo latest popular song Ilo received a postal stating Wo have tent vou thla day per order six maidens with dream eyesFloyd Herbey who escaped from tbo Lancaster jail was recaptured Wednes day night down on Kentucky river by the sheriff of Jessamine and a couple of bloodhounds In crossing the iron porch of tbo Jill on the night of his flight Horbey fell and broke his kneecap and after running all the next day and bwlmming the river the fugitive found further locomotion impossible and for that reason was easily recaptured John Paul Miller Is receiving con iratulatlons on having won in the com petitlvo examination for the appoInt- ment to a place in the naval academy kt Annapolis over 12 other applicants Ibis method having been devised bj Senator Blackburn who had the power to name the young man for the place Iouog Mr Miller Is the only son ol Jr and Mrs John W Miller Is bright and ambitious and for several years has been a student ol the State College at exlngton J M Orand of Waco Texas Is expected Sunday night to visit Mr and Mrs H C Jennings Mrs W T irownlog and children of Lexington are guests of Mrs John Anderson dies Ada Dlckerson of Nlcholasvlllc Is visiting Mrs Lovcher Owslcy Mr De Valcourt ot New Orleans is the uest of Miss Jennie Lackey Elder AIR Moore has returned from a visit to North Middletown Mrs J C Rob Qson gave a sumptuous dining Tburs day to a large number of guests Misses illlo and Mary Arnold gave a pound arty on Tuesday evening Mrs T C albott and children of Winchester are guests of Mrs A R Moore Mrs lorrls of Chattanooga has been with Gen D R Collier and family Misses leeslo Johnston of Lebanon and Florence Burnside of Paint Lick are uests of Miss Christine Bradley Joe F Price is visiting his ooasta Miss Iitbel Grant of Danville Mrs Chas torn cod children of Frankfurt are lettlne Mrs Oiaoreo T Farris Mleees leonrla McNeil and Haul Stldly of lantoo 111 are guests of Mlw Lena tlgnay u ATTENTION COM MITT BBMEN The members of the executive com Ittce of the 13ib Judicial District of entucky will convene at the court ouse In the city of Danville Ky Saturday Aug 9 1002 at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of determining the time and manner of nominating a dem ocrattc candidate for circuit judge and mmonwcalths attorney for said dll- trlct It C WARREsCbmD 13th Judicial District MATRIMONIAL Adlson E Doling and Miss Emma rederlck were joined heart and band at the courthouse yesterday Rupert Warren aged 10 and Mist ilzzle Frederick aged J5 were married nt the brides some In Bath county u Movers GirlThere exists often a very beautiful ompanionship between the mother and ller daughter The intimacy is frank frce and sympathetic But some day the mother feels as something hail hilled this intimacy The is silent and sad and seems to shun her mother instead of seeking her This change very often occurs when the young girl is crossing the bor der line of woman hood She is mor bid nervous fear ful as she enters u n this new ex perienceThe of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription at such a time will do more than restore the normal balance of mind wl11Ianly function a basis of sound health as well as anneiit nerves and promote the general physical health Two Ytan ago my daoghtcr health begin to all writs JoIn Dan Hall of Brodhead Green Co Wla Everything that could be thought of was done to but It wasof DO uie When she to complain she was quUe weighedlOthe picture of good bealth until about the are of in aU mcratha She was ao ran down her weight waa but tao I felt I could not give her up aa abe wan the only child I bad and I must say Don tor that only for your PYOrite Preecrlpttoa- my daughter would have bese In her grave today Whenhe had taken onehalf bottle the natural function was established and we bought another one making only twa tattles In all abe completely recovered Since then she li aa well ai can be The Common Sense Medical Adviser looS pages in paper covers is sent free on receipt of a i onecent stamps to pay expense mailing only Address Dr R V Buffalo N Y 1 1 l a i se 1 S S S S r 0 0 S 0 0 e 0eu o e a i It i 1 The Grand Leaders i f1 i i f t Cut Price Sale a i1 For one week the following nricos will bo in clfcct at this Look them over carefully 11 o want your tnulo and willsave J 11ttmonoy on overt item Kemumhcr our location t fS 6 0 + All 71 nod 8Jc Lawns now patterns out to 0Ip cunts i AH 10 rand 12Jo Lawns now patterns out to 8J cents- Summer coraots cut to Sflc 300 walking irate to close out for the sea secru worth from Too to 8150 ohoico 80c Ladies 25c vests this week 1Gc Ladies 30c fancy hoso 25c New bolt pins worth 75c now 30c ions fine underwear at 25c a garment t Ladies lion BUOCJI worth SlWcut to 81 Ladies fine shoes worth 8225 cut to 8150 l Black polish Baby Elite nt 80 lax I e y 0V The Grand Leader 1fvj Hays Levy Props S B Levy Manager I 10 0e e 5 s S a it Is ii t J 1 ai5 RUBBLE George Wood lost a fine milk cow Sunday Henry Heater sold to S Dunbar a pair of mules for 1116 A hog died hero a few days ago from the effects of hydrophobia Mr Baker and family of Burglo are with Mr Anderson for a few days Eld A It Moore will tIll his pulpit hero Sunday afternoon and will begin a protracted meeting Thursday night tVuir 7 Jas Floyd and wife of Casey were among friends here last week Mrs TI 2 Rankin and children are visiting in Pulaskl Mr Jos Raskin Is up from Wayne Miss Joile Stroud of Casey la visiting at J F Rlgneys Mrs Vlr lll McClure and children ot LexInR taD art with relative here Jake Boats of the Nevada iMtlon told 1100 bushel of wheat to Martin Js Co of Elarrodsburi at Tie Uarroda burg Oeruld Fire in the Union Stock Yards if Chicago destroyed property worth- I235000 Oliver Knee a Baptist ureatber was hold up and of 1110 near nez J H BOONS CO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Stable Rrucai Old Stand Depot St I STANFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates SII6eIi1 Attention to Travel log Men Phone No 96 R gMEIxll3tfli- nt socalled cheap insurance is he dearest thing on earth proIThat only solid cash in sight and ixperiencoa management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in tho Homo of New York cnn bo relied on Josso D Woaron Stanford Ixclutlve Agent for Lincoln Gnrranlnorlo and Casey Counties Kentucky iMBBR LRND fOR SflLE In order to settle the partaeralripbustnea- rr John llonta Jr und J 0 Coulter Mr- tonta having died laat December we will ell 3700 acre of timberland in AdaIr county This land contains between 4000 000 and 9000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This ract of land la cloae to tbo famous oil Melds ot Wayne and la exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes of he la In one bargain orsome one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Hardln Harrodaburg or Oscar lonta Faulkner Ky J La Beazley Fr Co Undertakers and- Embalmors ALSO DKILXM FurnlturcMattluJsRugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Vaxwn Carter Childrens patent loather Oxfords worth 176 cut to 110 Moms fine all wool pant worth 275 cut ii for this week to 110 Mens flue nil wool pnuU 276 this 100 iHoys pant now patterns worth 100 ttiii 1 goat 80c and plops Hats at prices that will make you customer Jiifine Clay worsted suits worth 1200 our price 850 Mens fino worth 200 our price i I 125 per pair vj 8t I ANNOUNCEMENT t lIg n select variety of the very latest styles IIIIIt Bags Chains and OIrIISilver Novelties cit trill interest you to look at these SOOtls anti fta1l1out the prices Doing a strictly shell btiwnaw WITHOUT itxcniTlox Cu 1 flutes mo to 1011nt the very lowest figtiroe qualities considered o youleavefiitilotl II mo and 1 CAN no IT Satisfaction guaranteed I W H MUELLERr Prescription Security If you knew all tits fact our prweriptiou dejwrtiuent roar prescriptions would Dome here even if our prkec were hlghwhich they never are If you knew the mentOr we I take to insure the purity and fr IiiicM of our drugs if you were familiar with tho safeguards wo throw about the com pounding and various otltor methods i cnlar to this store you not help having entire confidence in tho aocurnoy of any prescription wo put up To have such corvico to feel ealeis worth something and it ousts noticing extra 1 Pennys Drug Store of Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky nlltutltully situated In thehlue gras region eta advantages that no other festaloDrare the State affords Just ciued UBe ut the most Iacrtut stwlon in its Mwwrr 1tllIOtorateemUniveralty t qertIllustratedDeH allBOtt unknown Good table No tummy teochen Vend for lund H catalog First National I I Bank Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Institution was originally established the Deposit flank 1631 then reorganized tho National Hank of Stanford and again reorganized the First National Italic Stanford 1GSS having had practically nobler routed existence for better supplied now with lacllltlei for transact log business promptly and well than ever before Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited JB y n Owley S Shank W Walker Oeo P worth for week long our Mens chocs js about could in I This as of In aa in If 85 aa of In an 43 It la In Successors The Farmer flank Truit Company and under same Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial IKy IIOOKEU Prett WoItOllBUTH Cbr WKAItEN Dkpr Jaa Koblnion Ih Ilauchmao Tate II CAPITAL STOCK 5OOOO Directors H 0 W VV- Mens to k SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT II Stanford l C J S J J W H 1DJrcors tsJ lIubbleIW P i LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II contlnuoualyfor OffIcersw Officers I 8 n SHANKS PresidentI J B 1Calbler W M Aitt Cashiers TIIEINTERIORJOURNALI STANFORD KY Atru 1 1002 H In Oiling your prescription wo via tho right raedlolne In the exact propw done and with proper taro We not do better If yon paid u double tna price which le always reasonable Pen 1 CVI Drug Store j PERSONALS JACK ROUT has been quite itaic Mss J M ALVBRSON baa been 111 UEKUEKT DUOYLK of Perrjvllle U with Howard Wither MRS J K STUOICV of Livingston Dame down yesterday to volt relative Mus J M BLACK of Kooxvllle la with bcriUtcr Mr J G Carpenter Miss KKIIOIIRVAL orinaunapblli la j vUltlnjr Mil Amanda Stone at Liberty l MR Fnrrz DORSBY of Nelson le vlilitug ley bll rclatlTe Mr J S Uund itS F J FISH HACK of Ll lnjrton levbral days with Mn Joe S JM W E ELLIS or Nathalie will Saturday to visit Mhl Annie I Shank Mns D O TAYLOR of Detroit 1 Mich arrived yesterday to visit Mils Lucy Slmpion JOHN D COFFEY of Columbia 1 taking In tbo ItOrn three days of the Huitonvllle fair MR PETER STRAUII JR has move hie family to Mr J H Carter on the top of OaUi Gap r MRS NANCY UAQLAND MCCLURE of Wlncheiter will visit Mil AnDO Hartwell Shanks LITTLE Miss MARY CROW of Loult vllle is vlshlojr her grandparent Mr and Mrs O J Crow MISSES LILLIE AND MATTIE MAY LRAVEJLU of Uryanttvlllo are rUltlng t MUtTovl Carpenter M MRS L L WALK Bit of Laneaiter patted through to the IluilonvlUe tat We4DcldlhunoooMn PLORBNOC and Miss Llnle iJavUon are at the Deaa Icy hotel Crab Orchard A HANUBOUB little too arrived yea terday to further bike the union of Mr and Mr H D Gregory MlBBKS 11OOA AND HANNA MBIHItOl LfMlivllls are visiting their parenU Mr and Mr John Meter Tim MiKe Vatantl who have beta with Mr W B Mollobcrt art now the saute ofMr J S Hawllcy- BDJTORc I Locis LAKDKAM art wife + et Lanfattcr were hue yesterday re turning treat Crab Orchard Spring DR IRA H SCIIOOLPIKLU of OUelo nail was UM guest of a very baxUoen yotsnc My woo le with relatives bar Nits W B OBAKNOKaod Ml Ko beta OUanaoa are rUUUt Mr W L MoOarty at KUgtvtlle Miss DAISY GIBHINS of Hleevtllt Teen U with Mrs G R WJUUon at Liberty She and Mr Wilkinson were bore Tuciday MRS B K JAMBS and Matter Walter McCoaluM of Saulibury N C same up with Mr James P Uarpsran are gueits ai hie home at Uuilonvlllo i during the fair W K tiiiuUAUS and wife of Lanoat i tv ter are puDdlnl the week with Mr and Mr K L Tanner at McKInney sod are attending the fair each da L Mr Shugar It a OlrMUHr and It dole all In his power to make the fair a tuc tees LOCALS WORK on the new graded fchool building baa begun In earnest T JUDGE JAMBS P UAILBY offer jiUarfld home on Somwiet Avenue f t rail Stead T lPyouow thU office for tvbterlp tlon or ohterwlM you will greatly oblige ut by tuttllog DARN BURNED William Moter barn burned at noon Tuesday A of feed alto wont up In the flame held a 1200 policy written by Agent U D Mahony IN the vocal contest at Huitonvlllo night Mite Alice Mudd of Greene 1laet won first prize while Mice Clyde of Doyle carried off the elocu j tionary honors The prUes were 120 C In each WE want two energetic Intelligent t nice looking young men who have had tome experience as taieimen A per manont paying position to a huatl I Call at the St Aiaph Hotel Stanto Saturday or Monday afternoon J Koontz f n e Peytoiby about 40 member of that splendid old family The water from tho old well le as clear and sparkling as It was yeare ago when that was the gathering place for tho lads and laulc of the neigh i borhood for miles around 1 1 MIt J H KOONTZ and four of hie taieimen are bore selling tbe moat val uable map we have teen In a longtime l It Is a wonderful piece of work as all have teen It will agree The price only 1145 You should have one 1II Roontz cornea highly recommend bearing personal letters from the of West Virginia and other dlitlngulihed citizens CATALOGUES of the Lexington fair can be bad ut this olllco I IIWILL pay ICc In goods or 12Jc cash for butter until further notice W P i Bradibaw Turncnvllle I MANAGER WRAP of the Stanford Telephone Exchange hoe a now tele phone 111 of subscribers in press ht this onlco LlllBItTV Tho INTKRIOK JOURNAL ruprotontallvo hopes to moot many of hi old friends and patrons at Liberty ctroultcourtIteacnur will open next Monday Aug 4 Parents are earnestl- Y requested to stars their children en the first day TIle privileges of the Llber ty fair will bo told at auction at Liber ty on Monday Aug 4Ares day of cir cols court Write to Secretary G R Wllklnion for pariluulara 2t daysfairla president and Sam M Boono Jr locretary The latter gentleman has our thanks for a complimentary HELD WITHOUT BAIL Zack Stow art who killed Lott Anderson alto col alCowsbeldat hie trial hero Tuesday Attorney W B Uaniford represented Stewart mdcreated Quito a stir on Main street at Uuitonvllle Wednesday night by run alas away at a time whoa that thor oughfare wan crowded with venlcU Fortunately no damage was dooo and the animal was topped about a mile I from town SEVERELY OURNtmJerrl Adam of Uuitonvllle lulTered an accident Wednesday night while filling a lamp Tho flames enveloped his arms but Adr ami smothered the dame but was bad ly burned In spite of his effort It I s hoped the olever gentleman will lutTer no gerlouc disability BROUGHT HIM BACK Sheriff M S Baugbman returned with Charlie Stringer from Doles Idaho Tuaiday aftorrioon He had no trouble either In Adding him or bringing him on the joine ratas uniform He II under Indict meet for breaking Into tile Lincoln County National Bask CHKUTIAX COLLHOK Prof Oscar B Paul wise has for come urns been owntoted with Drake Unlvonlty at De Motile la ties ls od Christie College at HimoavilU and he free flat torlng pro peon fur the term which begins Sept 1 Prof Pallls was edu natal at Kentucky Unlvenlty and late spent several year In Germany for th purpoao of bettor fitting himself as nn educator LltiRRTY FAIR Secretary G R ade t with ui copy for the Liberty fair cata logue The date of tbo exhibition it Aug 27 23 20 and all wbo have at tended Liberty tales know that a send time la In store There are ring productsgpremiums are olTnrid for horses cattle tlinep and hoes On the afternoon of the first day a game of bate ball will be played between tbo Uuttonvllle and Columbia club tbo winner to receive S3S and the loser Sib There will bo attehlr a uorr president and G R Wllklnton seer tary and a board of director consisting prodietfair she has hold In a decade veAir James Berry OVTQQB IIodied suddenly of pantlyil at bla homo on t Main Street at 4 oclock Wed nesday morning aged 53 A devoted wife and son Cabbell B Owen cur vIvo Mr Owens bad been In feeble health for somo months but his death coming so suddenly was a shock to 0 people generally Ho was born In Wayne county but had been a resident of Stanford for tbe greater portion of the lout 35 year For a long time ho ran the Myers Houio hero and made that one of tbo most popular hotels this section Ho had also managed ho crtole at Harrodiburg Bowling Green SpringHe cessful with each of the hotels he ran Mr Owens was a member of the ASat odist church a good citizen and a faked gentleman who was liked by ev erybody His death has caused much sorrow for ho bad been a familiar fig uro hero for several decades At oclock yesterday afternoon all that was mortal of the kind husband and Indul gent father was laid to rest In Buffalo Spring Cemetery after appropriate services at the grave by Rev W E Arnold May those who weep for him soon realize that their loss Is his eter nal gala Mr Owens loft the follow Ins sisters and brothers Meadame William McKInney J M Owen J M Sallco and L B Cook and Mr Sam M Owens and In their sorrow they weep not alone MR JAMES B OWENS who died Wednesday morning carried 13000 In aurance in tbe drder of Maccabees KEMPER Mlts orlca Kemper who was a relative of Mr John W Rout of this place was burled at Fork church Garrard county Wednesday afternoon She lived In Louisville evelopingCoFrankMcKlnneys farm and tbo drill outfit Plorasure to be found NOTICE It bus be the of the Central Ky Real 1C J lato Exchange to secure options on that elate of property where the owner Is exceedingly anxious tQ sell or Is forced to sell and thereby secure a low price on same and bold out sumo Inducement to buyers Read their lilt carefully and see the bargains offered 1 TilE Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL is to be congratulated on tbo excellent dally edition Issued by Its force during the Crab Orchard fair Editor Walton Is always upto date and always enter prlilng two of the prime qualifica tions of the successful newspaper man Advocate Thanks but Meeirs RowTan Saufley J M Alverson and King of this otllce deserve most of the credit for the dally TILE followng young people tempos ed a lively party that left yesterday orning for Mammoth Cave Mr nnie Engleman Mines Jennie War reD Dora Baughman Cath Baugh man Virginia Plckott Lucllo Cooper Etta Belle Cloyd Annie Ponce Bessie end Luclle Meoefee Nannie Newland Llta Belle Cash Lettle Helm Elite Engleman and Messrs Alfred and Oar ry Higgles Julian Bourne Thomas D Newland Jr WO Walker Stephen A Walker TUB DANCE Tuthe Inspiring strains of Saxtons splendid music tuo beaux and belles to the number of 40 couplet devoted Wednesday nlgbt to Terpsichore end In the mazes of the waltz floated away from tho worka day world to a land of bllisful enjoyment A full program of S4 numbers was en joyed to the utmost by the merry danc eta tho occasion being one long to be cherished In the memory of the partic ipants Uuitoovlllo hospitality I a farfamed but on this occasion It was oven more lavishly dispensed than us lual An elegant lunch was served at the Wcatbcrford Rouse at midnight Huitonvlllo Fair Dally IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES In Knox county Abe Metier shot and killed William Simpson A postoBlee has been established a Bybec Madison county with Matt By bee postmaster fourdaysSmith Is president and W D Stephens secretary William Cundlff a young teacher o Pulatkl Is reported to have been acci dentally shot and mortally wounded b hit wife wear Sloan Valley They were married only two weeks ego Information was gluon out by the so liciting committee that Mr Morris J Farris bad donated the right of way to the Southern railway through the Jackson farm and had also subscribed tbe sum of 8500 to tbo right of way fund Advocate Maurice Humblo of Parktvllle while driving a wagon loadedwIth rock around a precipice lost his bal ance fell off the wagon and down the precipice a distance of 33 feet lIe waa horribly mangled by tbe protrude Ins rooks but strange to say no banes were broken and ho may recover CHURCH MATTERS atofseven Rev John Lewis will preach at Wit low Grovo schoolhouse at 330 Sunday afternoon Rabbi Josephs highest oBlcIal of tbe Jewish orthodox religion In the United States Is dead Union service will be hold In the Methodist church Sunday night Pros serUr Columbia Is to have a Presbyterian church A lo costing 1900 has been purchased and building will commence soonThere wore three additions at tbo andnchurch I will begin a protracted meeting at byElderingston Alth Morlah church Highland at 11 oclock Sunday morning and at 730 Sunday night rThere seems to be a wide difference 4of opinion between the Morning Dem ocrat and Mayor Duncan a to the act ual cash value of the latter reputa tion the price ranging from a quarter 10 110000 Lax Leader Richard Craven fortyfive and Mice Addle Young 13 year of age of Chris flan county here married W H Spencer borrowed a knife on the street at Bowling Green and tried to cut his throat In Breathltt eet1forTwo POLITICAL State Treasurers W Hager has announced fur auditor Tbe platform of the Iowa republican convention Includes tbe liberal tariff plank of the lost platform Senator Bailey stated at St Louis that he and Senator Bevcrldgo have made up and are the best of friends Tho story la being revived that Gov Odell of New York la shortly to take an executive position with tho Union acific railway at a alary of 1100000 a year Judge ORcar of the appellate court byCircuitMarshall vs Reagan Involving tho of flea of chief of police Lexington The decision Is a victory for Mayor Dun can presldeoLRoosevelt ter will recommecd In his antitrust message to Congress a law which shell put all the big combines under the power of the courts In interstate com mares Guv Beckbam has appointed Chat B Poyntz democrat and George W Long republican members of the ate board of election commissioners he appointments were made In pur suance of recommendations by the State chairmen of the two parties veil represented THIS AND THAT J L Sluther of Plnevllle and Mies Calla Gorman of Flat Lick were mar vied at Jelllco Ono of the three robbers who stole 150000 from a WellsForgo express train has been captured with 115000 of the money Alabama mine workers will tend 125000 to the striking anthracite miners as their July contribution Hereafter the monthly amount will be 11406375 Tho flood situation In Texas Is de plorable A million dollars Is tbo es timated damage so far and six lives ore known to have been lost Twenty thousand acres of cotton and other crop have been destroyed RAMS FOR SALE Pure Southdown Items for sale Cull on storeKtATall Clock For Sale I have a tall wooden IMyearol clock Addre61Rmeroe FARM FOR SALE I want to tell EOV farm of M acres be tweea Ireach nvllli DOlt Crab Orchard Improret sonable A II MATIIBNY Stanford U FOR RENTI dMlre to rent my property tltuated on Somerset street H tulle town consist- Ing of dwelling of oven rooms besides celI ond a good stable and 10 acres of land 2 lorstocklydrinking purposes SId propertyIn rood repair Y Public Sale Fiat BoUl6 Farm ON WEDNESDAY AUG 20 02 at publicIeDanville Ky on the Lexington pike Tbe Improvements consist of ono 2story brick house of seven rooms and kitchen hull front and back porches good dry collar under entire front of house storeroom nura outbuildingsburnchlnerv granary corn crib Ice house coal house good orchard grapes garden asparagus bed etc i also n largo yard shaded forest trees the place U well watered with cistern at house and barn There are N Metes In bluegrass HO In hemp 50 In core 8 In Held pens balance put In wheat and OAU about 30 bores have been sown In tim othy and tlnver The farm U divided by a county road ItS acres with Improvements on one aid and SB acres on the other It will be sold separately or together which ever way brings the best price Crops will be sold to purchaser if desired and posses sloe given at any time It U In a splendid placeAnyonewll be welcomed at any time Terms made known on day of sale Lunch served at sole siRS J W LITTLE T D English Auctioneer The Hill Academy Next term begins September 1102 We ask for the patronage of all parents who desire their children to have the advantage of a firstclass thorough training Those theyInterrereS M ItANKIN Principal Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit farming I will sell my farm of 123 acres on Mllledgevllle and Stanford pike It Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements weI watered with never falling springs and In lest neighborhood In county Far further Information call on or write to W A Iettus MlllcdgeTllle Ky PUBLIC SALE SaturdayAugustknown as the Jas McCarley farm on Lan caster and Crab pike near the IIIgrass Is well watered with twO wells springs and ponds The residence was dam cyclonebutrepair will also sell two good horses well broke to ride and drive one 2 and the other 3 years old 42 good sheep 2 extra good larmlDgImplementslug machIne and rake OOWCUtting harrow Salo to begin at 10 A M sharp Terms made known on day of sale KyO L Straw Hats at Cost i We will close our entire stock of straw huts at cost Now is your chance to get a straw hat very cheap Cummins a McClary I e4i 5 8Q I ffI eo wae J S q J RS4 SMdes NEW LOT HATS r Latest styles in felt and crash M Ja dI fie fI e Special Shipment Negligee Shirts A Neat light colors and tan These are tiCei the very newest things in the market gotten out for the fairs resorts etc th q5 I e a s j TERMS CASH g H McRoberts 1i I 1jtowt i 1Ii f f toA A N ill Ae o1llrian J tiI 6 W 1 Its Business m m To cut the prices again on wash 1 81goods More business than to care ry them over Fast color Linen to 8Ac fast color Batiste cut to entIfrom 7ij fast color Batiste cut from lOc and 12ic Jrtaeeeeasu ftj Wo have lots of new things for present use New Polka Dot and King Duck fur Skirts Now Percales and Brandenburg Cloths in full styles New Every thing necessary to m CalicocsI I Severance J CenturyFreezer v No crank no turning onqhalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO II O L CARPENTER W 0 miIERS ITS HOT OTC AIRE COOL 2 and not expensive I es 1 YOu may not need Furniture now but you will AVheii you do we can fill the bill Withers Furniture Co tIi f 41 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnttred n the porf ore at Stanford at tetmddtui matter b11abcIru 4qp ncSFridmv- av 81 PER YEAR CASH mr When not ooaatdlsao0 will beebtrsed 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION No21 Tn1n going Nonh 1I46m- No 26 II I30mNo UII South =12x1 am No 23 II 12621 m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION leaves Stanford at lSV m Noah arrives at SUnford 115 a m No Jt leave SUnford at 230110 A s PRICEs- urgeon I Stanford Dentist KyaO01esovr UcRoberta Drug Start In th Onltj I liuUdlnt R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Oflkfl over Higgtna McKfnneys Store Telephone Jo 01 n nun NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUKE k SOH Pron JUNCTION CITY KY PlnttMasTurnoutReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and play For Sain AIM BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his oervicea as uotoineerto the pejplo of Lincoln County He will please you both in work price Write to him 9 MONUMENTS1Pr RE ZINO TVblte Bronze In to tone In the monument business what the Improved dropbead sew Inpjmochlno Is to the or car Is to the old stage coach It le the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your ones It is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ape pearance Please hold your order until you can investigate It J C McWhorter Agt a ORAB OKOHARn KY J+ c+ McCJMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIn HARNESS S4 DDLBBY 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot LqaUvllle will be at Stanforddap Now Is the time Dont neglect your best friend your eyes Eyes examined and neglectOllee doom 9 a m to 8 P ta T tI E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treaa r Central Kentucky Real Estate fxhange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No l and lot ta rdsuroRool roomball the nllbLorbooo1porch In rear gout Uoat lot 1UIIImHose to churches aid sebool lly rrlwitfui No 2mall farm STacns Smiles from Han ford Honstol tour good room hark porch nd Teranda Wood barn other buildings In good Cut IntUBelds well rot 3Oacrel In cultlTttloa sere In fruit trees rut In Rr fought at commluloaeruleat bargain and en tw oldt bargain Clos w and churth od Price M per acre TrodsJJotstngsgldfor10 HV This Its No 31I0uN and lot In Stanford House eou taint five rooms uood stable and 5 acres or Iud well fenced Ins of prettiest building lots In 0111 room enough In front for two other cottage or 2 front be built to the cottage and be mail a beauttM home WIll be sold cheap u tb owner must hue inontr No 4To itorjr frame dwelling 7 rooms b1l and veranda gtrden fencing and house In good repair For sale or rent 1rlce rtasonabl No 5 House and lot In Stanford Tin to room and trout porch loot garden and stable Uood repair Will be told cheap No 7r Novae and lot In Stanford 3y orln1I rooms DOd garden smoke and coal house 0017 tsoo too L Farm of 80acrr J 4 mile Iron IIn ford on county road 2S ternla culttratloa se u In pasture t orchards sod ret In timber To tuallrolUce good barn and outbuilding wlI watered and fencing fairly good flare can h taught at your price u owner Una In Indiana lit and most hue move No farm ol jet acres four tulle from Sian lord on best pike In the county Slaty axret In wheat 41 In corn 5 In timothy 6 In doter and In one btueg ua It rut In tit fields well tWt eel watered never falling well and spring 0 otrendbulltllo Fronts both dwelllnn being on pike Plenty hull tNtt and enough timber to nuke 6000 laIt A 11udld IoIDlIrlSS faint and only 20 minutes drive from Ih Mat Owner ol fine farm dielnlr- barveceatlyrefused tlill 811 xr acre We oiler this at fa no per acre Nol1 29 airy laud wtlh Decenary Impro neat tolla grow Stanford Dwelling hat four coons vrrauda hall anti porch lArge barn aim k etc Well watered and fenced and buildings 10 good repair 1rlce reaeonabje Nol2Iwelllncoftlx room hall and rortb iecicMary outbuudlngt garden Alto large t 0 wry itort room SJiflO fret lower room Mllplletl rith counters delta etc Witer In dwellings orerooDi also dlro and well on place Small lot hak ohio One mile from Sl nlnl lIulldlJlJS In repair and dwelling originally cost ttaoo o aoreorerft20a Will tell both for fM8 or till rent or tell separately No 1I230atr farm 3 mile of Crab Unha iy Itrkk dwelling S room two truant bouai tobarns well and spring near dwelling Farm In Uh slate of cujllnilon 150 acres river 101 good fencing fruit ec trice 3750 an No U100aerre01 land on Lancaster street rabOrehardoppofo prlngt Ingrau no 1m except large tock barn abundanro of ocVwatir 1reltlcst IKIlldlnlllte In town lrItfI 18A nice cotttge and lot on mint lIt feunlorJ rnoiui good cittern etc Coot fl will In for No 16400aeret of land In Madison count oflUchmond and 2 mil- eingtonJiog 0 between fig Hill turnpike a nd teddy the CoL It untlT rarm Fnwebnllhngsstuck barn oulbulldln tc Plenty of good water and one or finest ca trfagin Kentucky In yard lies ttotk farm In tile county for the money Price fJO per acre No ITA farm of acres near Huitonill welling of eight rooms hall veranda etc Or want hove stock barn large tobacco barn nd otber outbuildings Linen and good well In tb tad and water In every Held on the place Frm- cut In seven fields and class land No IIGnFarm ot 160 acres situated near King lie Ky acres in cultivation 39 In tiraberre In grass well watered two food barns and olbr OIlIII lnll1 lrepair Pwellingcompsratltc IT new It within 900 yards ofthii churehei hoot pottotfice and C b depot Property lies 00 pike and county road and Is the tans larm In that section W will sell the wbolo farm r2 400 or In parrels of not tef s than 30 acres to t purcuaier This Is certainly cb8IrrolrtT- No 3rm of 75 acres Dear Wayunbur elllng barn etc Well watered fntlog and buildings In good repair Pioductlie lime Ione land In good neifhtorUcxxl clot to scho J on good road Price u- cNolltA farm of K4 acres In Lincoln county TbrN good dwellings good brine sad other out lldlogt each house barn etc about the Interor 100 acres All on county road tulle trot arch school and pottoffice Las well cud 1 tend This U a good tobacco farm and woul ult two or the ftuillle that might want to tome- lroll the same neighborhood Price reasonable fo WA ftnn of 103 acres In Ctsy county X7- Oottnd one hslt story dwelling with tlx room- lood barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In 41 acres la timber fruit trees etc Lr well on county rod close to church etc Price only tfa sa Farm ol 111 acres In Casey county Tw IICrr trawl dwelllrg two barns and otbro- UlbnlltlIDg In good repair Splendid to1lttQ land and In good community A bargain at fm- No 57FaiuiofllSacrts In Casey county ne V two story room frame dwelling and old dlIInllln lair cotdltlon Buns and other out buUtlloK On county rod tplendld tobacco land II watered two wells spring etc This U a lie able home Price flSH No M Fifty acres near Pleasant Point Frme house S rooms and porch Barn and olbe buildings acnv in cultlt rest in tin ber Well watered tOd yards from pottoffic3Cbco nd church Jays wall on rite and In good tmunllr Price We due buyer for 150 or 300 acre lawn lIualed- rrom one to three miles from town Alto buyer lot rut 100 acres situated from one to tout mil- from town with or without Improvements Alec a buyer for an ts000 to 000 farm close to town KyPnceNo 9014 acres of land near Crab OlbrJc- beap No 20 Twostory house 9 rooms hsllTeranda tree splendid land adjolnlnxln Stanford Pro- pyingoorepairwater andlights In i uuse tern at door Price fJOO- ONo2l house of flr rooms porch one acre Cround and good stable On tulle rom town ttttw No 2S Finn of Iii acre 5 miles front Stanford nU dwelling of rooms 21 robe 2 bit i one wc ttabl and wagon shed cotabined the other an extra good trio with rattle sheds 1Idlet- lIIm espi dally arranged for rnrln tobacco 1benner smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard clrg in good repair Well watered 2 citterns- Thltete farm b s ellI occupied by s former own er ell and liuprutedtnlleteofpatotneeIn church and school tented ror J902forbaigrain r nt nd It cultivated oorn wheat tobacco and clover Title perfec- tdpracutownertgNO as county records will bo sell K o24 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres land In loreland Uood barn said necessary outbulld nil 1 wells In yard splendid orchard and 2 acres In Irawberrles Inline JliU possession Price JjW No V Farm of 1M acres near Crab Orchard N 2story frame dwelling of 8 roomy hall tad rand Ham smokehouse etc in good repair watered good orchard Cut in S fields 20 II a In wl ell 40 acret la corn 8 In timothy rttt Ie ran Pries f per acre No 26 Frame hotel brae rooms double versa du hallway Etc A large 2 story Moreroom rontlol Greet feet trout hotel up stain tulU ble fordwelllng 2 nlrecotlsgcs nicely rurehbe- tlpred nd painted 4 room and veranda each tarre barn on same lot used u livery stable 0000- 1gudln 1a ant lot adjoining feet front by 200 r t deep All of ibis property Is in London Ky and Is a line chance for some one to make mon- 1lOprllor has refuted to tent property for tr-Ulonh On account of health of hl wife only escbnlerrCECIL CKTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottler of SODA POP and all kinds of aaft drink Write for prices KINGSVILLE Little Mlei Dora Rlgney li qulto elek- belop thrcateoed with typhoid rover Matter Fount Sweeney Is III of fever We learn that Luther Lanham tbo obliging mall carrier over the routQ from KlnRavllle to Stanford U and his brother A E Lanham U hie sub uteRev W H Thompson and flunlly are with relatives In Indiana vhere they wero called by the death of Mn rhpmpauna father Claude Penny backer of Somerset was here Monday A passenger engine to which a freight train was attached got off tbo track without apparent cause Mondav afternoon and notwithstanding they had the wrecker from Somerset It Wall midnight before they succeeded In Ret tine tho engine on the track again The wild man has again been Been It U said Parents had bettor watcb their children Possibly It Is some ono trying to kidnap thorn oxpectlnf a large ransom Mrs W R Cundlfl II disposed to be Indignant Just beta ue some bad boy washed his taco In tbe spring Thor boy probably meant no harmJudge Saufloy and Hon R C Warren of Stanford were hero Tuesday Mrs Elizabeth Pealrs Is sick Mr John Walls of Harriman Tenn wall taken suddenly Sunday night but reo covered sufficiently to return home Monday His daughter Mlle Eva who came with him will remain Como tlmo Mrs Tom loupe Is qulto sick D AL Crelgbton started to put on his hat the other morning before ho hal donned his daily attire which ho eas II a sign youll dlo before your time Evidently the South End Is becomlDg uperetltlouif By the way wo hear so nuch about tho Weet End Eatt End etc but very little mention 01 tho South End which would take In Clngsvllle and Waynoebure both two Important places and we want to knoV why It Is thus y LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J Watte the famous English Jock Is dead Henry Hester sold to Sidney DUDbar a rialr of work mules for 1315 M D Elmore sold to Samuel Dud erar some fine Berkshire plga at 7c Isaac Hubbard delivered to J B laughman Co a lot of corn at 1350 George H Nell of Adair bought of Theodore Squires 11 yearling steer tbat averaged 607 pounds at 110 Henry Bright lays sold to Mack awson a sow and pigs for I25 and to- Tom Beck a sow and pigs for 120 Potatoes form the worlds greats ogle crop 4000000000 bushels bole produced annually equal In bulk to- Lho entire wheat and corn crops Senatorelect McCreary sold bis far In Fayette county of 383 acre to Jm T Hughes at 1120 a total of 14000 property was desired by Jas B ajrgln who wished to add It to hll mendorf estate The Lexington Cattle Sale Co w11 bold a sale of 60 Sborthorn cattle In- the Tattersalla building adjoining Fall grounds Tuesday August 12 Sale commence promptly at 1 P M Excur slon rates on all railroads 4t Sims St Sons of New Orleans bough of Coffey Bros 12 sugar mules for 11 100 two of George Robertson for 1180- one of R F Paull for 1160 one of Barbee Robertson Co for 8100 Corey Brol void A Hunn a One harness marl for 1225 and two walktrot horses to mberton Bros for 350 A LIunn- 80M to the samn parties two walktrc borles for 8275 Adalr New Thomas Lawsona Boralma 207 aDd E Smatbera Lord Derby 200 are salving their final preparations for- Lbelr 820000 match race which Is to- tako place at Hartford Conn Saturday afternoon Both homes have advanced nicely In training under the watohful eyes of their fkilled tralnerl- and barring mishaps the rival trotLers- will go to the post fit for the battle nec- cssary to carry off the honors A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Colombia by Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- r Chas H Utter a prominent physician of Panama Columbia in a recent- letter stitei Last march I had a patient a young lady of 16 yean of ago who had a very bad attack of dytsentery Every- tblng I prescribed for her proved Inef- fectllal and she was growing woreo every- hour Her parents wore sure the would die She lied become so week that sho- could not tarn over In bed What to do at thIs critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cbolera and Diarrhoea Remedy anti as a last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected Within ehrbt- bours she was feeling much better inside of bred days she was upon her feet and at Lbe end of the week was entirely well For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Sumfold You cant8care theedltorofTbe Dom ocrat1Mayor Duncan with a libel cult Re Is used to them A fellow once- lucd us for 825000 and before the time set for trial offered to take 850 In full of all damages real or apparent We- have been in the newspaper buelneu- nearly 30 years and never thought we- were doing our duty to the public un we had at leastftwa libel suits on ha id at a tlmeLex Democrat NEWS OTESI Shelbyvlllo A fourth bank Is being organized InI Property worth 1300600 was delLroyI cd by fire at Pituburg The Confederate Homo Committee has received 35 bids for the home Tho Typographical Union has Jtalned 8000 members In tbo last 16 months Forty tlvo hours constitute a weoks work for women and girls In Now Zea landAlonzo Scarberry and Faris Castlo were killed by lightning In MartIn countyA was granted to the North Carolina Central railway capitalized at 2000000 The cashier of the San Franoleco Board of Public Works Is missing and short In bis Accounts Alllo W Young of Mt Sterling de cline to sit as spiclal judge In the Cookrell case at Jackson Douglas P Dye a barber shot acd fatally Injured his 11yearold eOn aDd committed suicide at Louisville- A young man under arrest was eland killed at Birmingham Ala by a lawyer with whom ho had quarreled Mrs C C Baird was placed In Jail at Vancoburg on the charge of burning the residence of W M Scott a nolgh borC It Stanley mistaking ADdrew Weston the 12yearold son of C Wel ton for a burglar shot him to death 10 have been Issued IhowlD that the British army during the war In South Africa consumed 111500000 pounds of jam A Smith Bowman president of tbe Lexington Chamber of Commerce w1l endeavor to settle the Breathltt countr Feud by arbitration Gen Delgado one of the most promI dent men in Cuba has been nrretti charged with assassinating his lormer onlldentIM secretary The total receipts from Internal rev muo for the fiscal year ended July amounted to 8272603214 a decrease al compared with last year of tni431 M A Neely former sheriff of Lojran county 1s short in his accounts to Lbo amount of 82344581 Mr Neely low In Louisiana with his family Gates U said to be planning tbo Tcatcst of all railway norgors Inclu Dg practically all of tho Soutbe road with Atlantic Pacific and lake outlets While preparations for King 111 rards coronation are being pusbi head It Is the general belief In London that the ceremonial wll again be deferred An engineer was killed and sever crsont Injured In a collision botwci Lwo passenger trains on the Cblcag Illwaukco and St Paul road at Elm Grove WIs PhllRccclus the Louisville base ballplayer has been committed to Lake- land his mind having become deranj ed as tho result ol an Injury sustaloc n the diamond John Ryan was drowned In a whirl PO In Chaplin river Washlngto county In sight of bis family and a rgo number of bis friends who were iwcrless to render aid The examining trial of Hugh and Noah Dlckorsoo who killed Roe and- Jack Dyer In Lewis county was post paned on account of the excited condl- tlon of the public mind In the yiclnlt 01 the killing While the funeral procession of Chic RabbI Jacob Joseph was passing Lhro- the streets of Now York some of the Jewlh mourners became Involved ID fllht with the employee of a prlntlnj prell factory A general riot followed and tho police were called out to re ltore order- The Democrat booked 25 now lub- scrlben in an hour after the sate and emulations poured in by telephone cgrdph and personal Interview Ono IlcntlemaDIwbo has stood by us In the meaD eeL fight ever made against a man IItepped up and paid 810 for two yearly iscrlpllons The Democrat feel u congratulate Itself on these substantial dences of good will and renews Iti- mlsopr of complete allegiance to democracy and Its friends Lexlngtor Democrat An Indiana woman has been arrested and declared near o because she insists on entering residences playing the- piano and singing It Is a rather dras Lie treatment for the pianoplaying and- slailing habit which from a strictly leltal point of view seems to come un del the bead of public nuisance pun Ishabe only with a fine Loutsvlll Times a Jenny L Khattuclc of Khellalmrg Ia- was cured of a stomach trouble with- wblch he had been afllictcd for years by- four haze of Chamberlains Stomach and- Liver Tablets He had previously tried- many other remedies and a number of rsicians without relief For sale by- OiIUIt Hocker Druggists Stanford The Queen Jr Crescent Route will- lell tickets at rate of ono faro for the- roundtrIp on account of Lexington Rorite Show Fair and Carnival Elks at Lexington Aug 1110 Inclusive Ticketllilood returning until AuglSth Alk ticket agents for particulars WI C RIncarson G P A I The best physic Chamberlains Stom eh and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleuant In effect For sale by Craig II- Hocker Druggists Stanford h IIPHIIIHEYSlit10ll5IPlIlDJ fAllI ftn BAIIIJII jf Ii cwt CVfRYBODY JS COMIff PflEUMIHARY r JRTRJOGU now HEND- YONfPPJCIlTIOII rtV I l The Danville Fair f 3 st 6 h 7tha 8th p IJ Rings for almost and Liberal premiums for allLWRITE FOR CATALOGUE JHGeo F Anderson STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY The Agricultural and Mechanical Stile College College of Kentucky otters the following courses of study TZ Agricultural Horticultural CbemicalBiological Mathematical Ihyslual Entomological Physiological Normal School Clwuioal Mechanic Engineering Eke trios Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering each of which ex tends oer four years and load to a degree Post graduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a toaster degree Each course of study is organized un der a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more thin 40 professors and instructorsCounty Appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and lights and if they remain 10 mouths traveling The laboratories and museums are Urge well equipped comprehensive and modern Tile lilt anti the preceding Legislatures appropriated 00000 for a college home i for young women Vl0000 for drill and gy nnae1um for men Mlitary tactic and science are fully provided for antI required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study find rxcellont positions and liberal remunerations The demand Is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Lait year the matriculation list was Wl For cataloguer Method of obtaining appointments intortmtkm re arming oourttt of study and terms of admission apply te JAMES K Ph LL D 1rolilrttT Or to D U1ILALEIf UUtACIt G1ntLrINItONK I Cxnmlnntlontk begin Sept H 1QO2 Fall Term begins Sept IQ 1902 CARSON PENCE DEALERS ISCarriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons BuckJboards Harness Pull and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot LapRobes r D01wweaaeaa iiG Ptii1S hy cure agitating constipation the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the secretes enough bile make the intestines execute their natural functions e Unnat ural agitation caused by calharllcs compels liverecontinual and Increasing doses attain the results the at form Chills of enetsnter o of tho FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE c O aOUIE Excursions Popular to Old Point Contort end Oconn View Yni For Round Trip 113 iaDd 15 Drays Tickets will sold July 15 and 59 Aug 19 and Sept 2 Stopover allowed in moun tains Information ot 0 A O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington JOHN D POTTS A 0 P OEOWDARNEYDPA r to f to on be IjOR SALE jrI have a 13lione Traction Knglno also a now Shredder for vale You Con ret a bar gain OiiAi Oorrry IitledgovtUe Kj Hustonville Property for Sale I will other gale my property situated on thnliorthilde of Main and on eiut Hldn of College street In Hustonville ICy consteting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property b well arranged for hotel or wardIng Itouae and Iherybarnfor hotel and livery purpose and good vacant lot for private U desired Everlasting water In abundance Property Is well arranged for private and U now rented for If want good raying property to BUttonltle- call ou or address D S Carpenter lfuston- vllls Ky- a i r