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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r j SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 5 1902 9 A1tL Nn J NEWS NOTES i orln Coiloc need four fell from a porch at LavrroDcoburg awl was fat itantljr killed Oa account of a strike of grave dip gets a ChlcaRocometcry boa been forced gateTh0 has been Invited- to act ai judge of a rough riding con teat at the Denver Bono Show Several former saloonkeeper have sued the town of Sturgli for 15000 damned for back license and damages Connecticut autborltlei say they will prevent the McQovernCorbetl light scheduled for New London August 29 Toe Brotherhood of Railroad Train men promises practical Quittance at onco to tbo striking anthracite miner W M Cardwell has been declared the democratic nominee for circuit clerk of Shelby by the county commit too Fro Insurance companies are cancel ing their pollclc on property at Jack ton on account of the recent Incen diary Ore- Aodrow Moiboy of Loulsvllic WI killed by a largo block of loa falling on bttn from a wagon od which be was ite iloira ride Walter Cotton BI tlstarft inaaagtr of the A and P Ten Company ut Ulr inttwoam Ala wat Blabbed and al ino i lonuotly killed lay a Mgr- aXo wore of the men who nasally beta Ip and robbed a WelU1arpo tx pre i train have Mil cepturvd with nearly JW000 of Ute ttolen money Iretdent John ikelton William of the Seaboard All Lino dente em pbaitcally that bA road It a party to BOY proposed merger of Sauibtwn ijr halt Auditor Coulter hoe dlcovered that the C o railway Is Indebted to the sate ui the extent ot tUStl for an oU fancbUe tax during the Kep b llcan regime of 1809 Forty persons were polionod at May narJiTllle Tenn from drinking lem onade which was heavily charged with Urtaric aold The lemonade was dli ponied at a picnic Tbe Mutual Life Iniuranoe Company of Kentucky has been merged with tho lUlools Life Inturanco Company of Chicago the latter company rclntur lug ail the rlik of the Kentucky com pany la accordance with an opinion by Attorney Gen Pratt State Auditor Coyiter will dlimlit the suits tiled to- colet a J01104011 tax from oath of the brewcflet operated by the Central Coatumert Cot enJaoob n Smith oeavletwl by OJurtmartlal In the Phlllpplaei ar rived tn Sao PranoUoo Friday and elevd e his tint news of his retirement br tbe President tie declined to die cjit the ca Trjo heaviest ralnt In year have 0beeo experienced In MUtltilppl Ark sass VeIL renaeneo and North AA bama In Arkansan the downpour wat unprecedented and much damage It re parted from tome localities Circuit Judge Nunn hat decided that Hopkins county mutt pay the claim rot mine guards for tervlcct rendered during the ttrlke Tbe claims were nwlgncd to the St Bernard Coal Com pany and amount to about 12400 Elmer G Drocar formerly of Louis vllle committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid on board the cruiser Montgomery stationed at New York Ho was despondent over failure to pass an examination for yeoman In the navy Minnesota North and South Dakota are In the mldet of the greatest bar rite ever known Tho cash realiza tion from wheat oats flax and corn which crop is toll of promise Is placed at J1S0430COO Barley will add 13000 K lCholura Is decreasing Manila but a largo number ot cases and deaths are reported from the provinces Since the outbreak of the epidemic have been reported throughout tb u archipelago 21403 cases and 10105 deaths l Indictment were returned In Cblcav I go against 11 member of Drake Mold It ers Local Union 83 charging them Vwilh paying reward for assaults on nonunion workmen the scale varying according to tho degree of Injury in flicted The Fairs The fair secretaries association ha announced the following date Danville first week In August Lexington second week In August Maysvlleand Lawrenceburg third Week to August Brodhead Fair Aug 20 threo day Liberty Aug 213 days London Aug 273 day Somerset Sept 21 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week t In September Ellzabotbtown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In September Hon W P Thorne of Henry coon ty has opened his campaign for lieu Wnant governor y 1LANCASTER Eld Moore begin u protracted meet IIllthLIfarm 01 110 acre to Horace Herndon for 17000 W B Burton sold to Carltbere k Beard of Lexington seven mule at from 170 to 1100 Jns I White who moved hero from Mt Vernon a short time ago has re moved to Stanford reportedlalof placeTbecolored for having received a barrel of beer resulted In a hung Jury The third annual elocutionary contest promoted by Saufloy flughct will bo held at the courthouse Aug 21 George B Harris of Grays to visit lOll his parents hero Ho U only 1J years old but le a Ono telegraph operator The cattle business has been very profitable to Garrard traders this year one farmer having already cleared JS 000 v tCrowbought Prtoe Sutton land fur tame aroeentTnn eowtooi tobool eJooutloonry ten tell will be held hire Stpt 4 Teaob eel art reqietteil W seed la amtl at cell peUtert Lancaster U prod of tae great tai dIe horse Prwion wlatw of a DM purte al llnetOBvIlle Ill owner w B Barton Sweeney Morgan shipped four oar loads of stock Saturday to Straus ft Stone nod W It Crawford Clnolana tl dealer Jams MeCarley also ship pad a load to Oreen Bmbry of the same place A very disastrous ffro broke out halo Sunday morning at 930 originating In- v A Arnold livery stable presum ably from a spark dropped by a okra less smoker The building adjoins the Garrard Hotel and In loss tban an hour It was ovldenl that tho hostelry would be burned Heroic efforts were made to save the handsome structure but the small quantity of water available made all effort futile There were nine horses and 12 buggies burned and In eluding tbo building tho loss le 11600 with Insurance of 11000 The hotel was owned by a Lancaster company and was valued at MOOOO with Insurance of 812000 The furniture was removed from the building The proprietor T B Long also sustained a severe lose having WOO worth of preserves destroyed F P IrHbte1 drug store Bur Mile d Sbagar shoe and clothing os tabllsmont and Henry Duncan harbor shop and the opera house wore all In the hotel block and goods wore much damaged by the removal Frlsblo held tisuraneo of I 500 and the other firm held enough to cover lots Kxtlnos small tailor shop was also burned This the fourth hotel that has been burned on tho same site tbo flrttln 1807 Two livery stables have gone up In smoke In less floe five mouths and the Lan caster pcoplo are now thoroughly con vlnced of tho need of water works which are now under contract There wero no Sunday schools nor preaching at any of the churches Sun day morning minister aod laymen alike joining In the fight against tbe great conflagration Dr J B Klnnalrd and W S lleaz Icy left Monday for Mammoth Cave The Misses Van Sickle of Danville and Jcannclto Frost of Lexington am visiting Allen Luny Gregory Miss Georgia Delpb of Loulvllle Is the cueet of Miss Bessie Steven Mr Margaret Hobbs and children left Fri day to reside in Now Mexico Mil Norma Elmoro bal returned from a vii- at Burgln and Uarrodsburg Miss Georgia Henry Is at homo after a visit to El Dorado Ark Dr and Mrs Owe SaturdayoBanks Hudson Mr Mambo Thomp son and daughter of Lexington are visiting Mrs Fannie Furra Mr and Mr Harris and Mr Newman of Dayton Pa are here In connection with the artesian well contract Mcsdamc W G and Susan Anderson visited Mrs Cyrus Daly at Bryantsvlllo Mine Mary Helen and Martha Gill and brother Lewis and Virgil Klnnntrd Caveeparty n A WOULD WIDE HEPUrATION Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea KtmcJy lee a world wide reputation for Us cure It never falls and la pleasant aid safe to take For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Stanford GeorgerVour father asked mo If thought I could support you In tho style to which you have been accustomed MabelWhat did you say Georgo I said I could so long se mv credit was good Tho best physio Chamberlains StoOl tcb and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sae by Craig it Hooker Druggists Stanford THE PEOPLE WANT TO BE HEARD First Gun for Fair Election Methods mfrAt a meeting of the Lincoln Courtly Democratic Committee held at the request of its members nt Stanford Ivy Aug 2 1002 tho following resolution rill unanimously adopted Inasmuch ns the democrats of this county with hnrdlr an exception de Attorneyinaa they do that this is the fairest and best method of ascertaining the partys real preferences nnd the surest way of averting diswml and somidal and of sc curing party sueca s nnd inasmuch as wo heartily concur in this opinion and Ihnro ill this dogir- ollusoivji that wo respectfully request ami instruct that tho Chairman of this Cornmitteo in his capacity of inuiubor of the District Committee do in tint matter respect the uniniiitakiiblo wishes of the people of whom ho and tt e ore but the ecrvnndi anti employ all fair and honomblo efforts to have he oommiltco at ije meeting at Danville on Aug Oth osier a primary oleo for dwtitat nominations andat at carla day ai permMble under the law After the resolution tad lean adored the clmiruuuj It C Warren in fonw to it Mid in mbsfcuw that lie I8OOCliiaed in the fallen that all totty power retted in the individual member of the purty sail that they had at all time the right to advise and even to instruct their agent and servants plerlgbintielfAuj i11102 W S Ufiinr Secy rProf J W Davis Gets Excited Over 011 Business In Cumberland County MAltnowiiONK July l1A few days alto I came to Cmnborlaad county to visit my father who has boon In feeble health for some time and when I ar rived I found alt greatly exalted over the oil boom or as some express it the probabllliy of Cumberland county be- lo blown up at any time Cumber lands oil fields have for tome time been attracting tbe attention of oil non Infaot the first oil well In tbe United States was drilled near Burke yule about IV3 There bavo been number of well put down from time t time since then and tome drv holes have been the result while others have been wonderful guibeiR The Greets burg OU Co of Greso bUrl Pa was drilling a well In Salt Lick Bead and about oclock Tuesday morning July 22 whoa they bad roaobwd the depth 480 feet the oil and gas shot high the air forcing the drill nearly out of place The oil qulekly Ignited from the engine and In lots than five minute the machinery and uvorylbing cis within reach was destroyed It has burned constantly since with a blue some 60 or 00 feet high and at Intervale of about 10 mlnuto tho oil and gas shot high Into the air while the flames leap to the height of at least ICO feet When It belches forth tbla great quan tlty of oil and gas and sends tho flames high In the air the beat become to lolenso that the people who have come mile to see the wonderful bL have to etand back at least 60 yards from the well Oil men from all parts of the country are gathering on tbo scene tanks are being built and machinery- put on the ground to put down other wells It has been consuming this ercal quantity of oil for about a week now and preparations are being made lo blow It out soon It Is reported that prices offered for leases In this bend aro from to 110 lo 120 peracro and none can be had even at these figures The owner of an adjoining farm was offered MOO for a lease on enough land to bore one well and refused I think a coo eorvatlve estimate of the amount of oil shot forth every 10 minutes would be two or three barrels which would make It at least 300 barrels a day I will not continue this any further but one can hardly realize what a star pede ithae caused unless tbey could seethe great crowns of people travelin long distances day and night to see this wonderful volcano Your J W DAISI WENT TO VISIT HIS SISTER A J Cottingham went to Washington County Ark to Bee his sister and whit there was taken with ilux dyesentery and was very bad off He decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with tbe prompt cure which It effected that he wrote the manufacturers a lette in praise of their medicine Mr Coiling ThuIDruggists Stanford What undoubtedly la the flargest known tree In the world bas been die covered on the government reservation tar up In the Sierras near Fresno Cal Six feet from the ground It took a line 154 feet 8 inches loogtlo encircle the treemaklng It over 51 feet ID diameter IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Two more good strike were made In countyJudge i the Wllllamstown Ky Courier in Mr Tim Need bam- Theodore Hyatt and Mitt Addle Hankla both of Parksvlllu drovo to byJudThe Alpha Oil Co No2 well on iho G F Sanders farm In Wayne came In The oil stands 60 feet deep In the well This promises to be one of the best well on Deaver creek Merceor s In organlzng a bank at Maokvllle of which J W Sallco wat made cashier A now bank building will be erected and opened for business within the next few weeks The bank will start with a 9150GO capital streetnled on the charge of being ono of sever thieves who have bean operating for two months or more Farra waived Ict tha from six to ten more per sansei Burgln are suspected and several streets probably will follow tomorrow beeneamong thliupccted per tint are some who have stood well In the town MATRIMONIAL News has just been received hero the marriage of Mr Victor Owens an Miss Lillie D Murphy of Junction City They wore married hero Wed theYS railroad while his bride is ooo of Junction Citys prettiest and most popular girls They will make their home In Somerset Danville NewsA Plnevllle dispatch says Vbll the Rev C Slusber was working In ginseng field on Straight creek he was hailed by a couple on horseback who asked him to come to the fence De did so and found it to be James and Steele Gambrel whom he had married tea years previous but who had since been divorced married again and again divorced and for the third time had procured a marriage license They asked him to again make them one Mr Slusber stood on the Inside of ibe fence while the couple eat on their Thegmarriage reads The holy rites of matrimony between James Gambrel and Sissy Gambrel were performed by Rev C Slusher at the i Ginseng Patch near P J Galloway II Henry I Shttluclc of Shellsburg la was cured of a stomach trouble with which be had been atllicted for years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets lie had previously tried 1many other remedies and a number of byrTHANKS During tho Crab Orchard and Huslonvlllo Fair the Stanford In tenor Journal Issued an excellent edi thetState Loulavlllo Times a Love me little love mo long she warbled Yes said he but will you love me when I am short AV Irrov = 4i W = Ii Have You Been Waiting cheapflj= i lV now will sell you for cash any of our fancy I IjtjJj Suits at cost some for less than cjost llJAJEO our low cut Shoes g poitfi fI mIfltJ Ei THE GLOBE I1s Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Ili Your money back it youre not Itl Lc DULLER w J l fiedg ysu GREAT CLBARANCE SALE Great Reductions in Prices THE SALE IS NOW ON and will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the doortoClous shoes worth 450 our salo price 300 Mens shoos worth 854at 250 Mens shoos worth 225 our price lGO Mens Fine shoes worth 200- will now go nt 138 lions shoos worth 1T6now 126 Mats shoes worth 160 special salo 98c hens 600 suits nt 208 Mans 750 suits at 148 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made nt 650 Mona 1200 suits go nt 750 Mens 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special price 025 Boys suits nt your own price Boys knoo pants worth 50c clearance tale price 19c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY OIL STOVESThere is something brand new on the market- in the way of oil stoves and we have it It is the StovedThis stove is absolutely safe and reliable nnd we will guarantee it to bake your bread just as brown as you want it iu a very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper One gallon of oiljwill nm one burner 18 hours Cull nod let us show you the stove Higgins acKirnney9 KENTUCKYa dJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles a Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hocker ST NFORDII man ticc1c rA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odorslarising from perspiration It is a sure euro for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients arc perfectlyj harmless Prepared by W Be McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eo C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad CommluloBer for- M the Olitrlct subject to the WiU of the democrat H H HENNINGER Of Wayne County Ii a candldite for Slate Trfool rarer subject to the action of the Democratic pmy ROBERT HARDING of Danylllf tt a unlllaate for Circuit JuJelub jed to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer ti a candidate lor Commonwealth At tomfY In this the Lath Judicial dlitrlct lubj dto the action or the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT- Of Shelby ATTENTION COMMITTEEMEN The members of the executive com mtttee of the 13th Judicial DistrIct of Kentucky will convene at the court bouse In tho city of Danville Ky Saturday Aug 0 1002 at 10 oclock A for the purpose of determining tbe time and manner of nominating adem oratie candidate for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney for said dls trlct R C WARREN Chmn 13th Judicial District A WORD IN SEASON We publUh elsewhere In this lieu the action of the democratic committee fjr this county on last Saturday relative to the method of nominating candldaK far judge and commonwealths attorney We heartily approve of this ac ton and of the end It was Intended to accomplish The chairmen of the con mlttces for the four counties composln the judicial district constitute the dli trlct committee whose duty It Is to de Isrrnloe the time and manner of select fag the party nominees These chats mn are but the creatures of their re spectlve committees being removabl by them at thou pleasure and It sees only proper andrlght that they shout receive and obey instructions from tbe bodies of which they are Intended to be but the mouthpieces Nor Is it open to any doubt whatever that the democrats not only of Lincoln but of Garrard Boyle and Mercer the voters tbe boys In the trenches prefer a primary election to a delegated convex tlon and that they prefer it very greatly We have taken some pains to ascertain by actual Inquiry the part feeling on this subject and we confidently aver that eight democrats out of ten in this district are of this mind Nor are tho reasons far to seek A primary expreses the will of the entire party not that of an Inconslderabli faction only It gives to each member of the party lull opportunity from 6 oclock in the morning until 4 oclocl in the evening to indicate hIs choice had in the most convenient way at hi home voting place instead of at the county courthouse It gives to his vote the same potency It protects it with the same privacy and safeguards It with the same care and with the sami legal sanctions as are thrown around at a regular election It la simple It Is perfectly fair to every candidate It Is attended In a district of only lour counties with less expense even and leer annoyance than any other method ever devised and above all it Is a certain and unmistakable declaration of the real choice of the people In point of convenience economy certainty fairness and freedom from opportunity or appearance of fraud this method Is Immeasurably superior to the convene tlon method What rational nod candid objections can there be to Its adop lion There Is Indeed but one reason for a candidate or his friends opposing a popular vote and bluntly It Is this they do not believe he Is the choice of the people but they do hope he maybe declared the choice of an adroItly manipulated convention of countytowt politiciansOn hand the defects and the positive evils of the convention method are apparent on the slightest reflection and are indeed well knows to our people from bitter experience The mass meetlngs to appoint delegate are not held all day but at a flexed hour and for about five minutes Those whc are not present to the minute are dls tranchlsed and generally not more than onetenth of the people are or can be present Even this onetentlj have precious little to do in the pro cecdlngs The resolutions have beet prepared In some convenient law office beforehand the delegates have already been carefully selected by the local boss and the whole is railroaded thro before the honest country gentlemar who has happened In has bad time U ay uMr Chairman In the convey tlon thus composed and dominated ale ways by the law who are masters ol parliamentary law while the mass of delegates are actually as helpless as they were deaf and dumb and tied to their seat tho good of the party it never once thought of corrupt com binations arqeasy nay more they are inevitable and the outcome Is a pub Ho scandal and bitter and disastrous party strife Is not every word of this true Will any candid man who has ever attended a convention or who has read of Its doings in the newspape deny a single item of the Indictment The gentlemen who constitute tbe district committee will at their meet log on next Saturday make their choice between these two methode the oDe eminently fair and satisfactory the o her I nits practical workings noto lously unfair and unsatisfactory We are but an humble private In the ranks and shall not assume to dictate to the gentlemen who ore wearing the shot der straps We faro only saying out what eight democrats out of ten are thinking and we are thus saying It not in the interest of any Individual or slate though we have our decided prel erenco ltke others and shall express It at the polls If given the chance but solely for the highest good of the part Yet the committee will do well to realize that it represents more tban 5000 democratic voters and not merely some halfdozen offlceseokers and It will do well also to Inform Itself of tbe wants and feelings of those voters aDd to then take them Into very serious account Otherwise they may have OCt caslon to realize that they have dooe exceedingly Ill A COLORED parson In the heat of an evangelistic address predicted that a tidal wave would sweep away Atlantl City Many timid persons have become greatly alarmed while the Negro eh- mentsls almost panic stricken The chief of the United States weather bureau has received an appeal from tbe hotel proprietors to make a predlctloi which will offset the blighting Influence of the prophecy and he will I0 They say that their Negro help III leaving them and the patrons while Isclalmlng any fear of the prediction arc making their exit from the city giving as an excuse that the service Itbout the servants deprives the resort of all Its attractions Unless Ohio Moore can allay the fears of the renters tad Negroes the season at Atlantli City will prove a losing game The Beef Trust does not appear to stand in terror of the assault of At torny General Knox While prepar itlonsare on foot to lasso the ollendlnl- ccombinations and drag It into court to- make answer for its iniquitous exec lone the packing magnates concerne have been quietly arranging for a more omprehenslve and powerful merger of heir Interests which will domlnati lomeulo market but also foreign markets The one thing which apparent Ives the trusts in this couetry the least apprehension Is the danger of ef f active efforts for the suppreslon on the he part of the Republican party TUB decision of the Federal court of ppeals that a saloon keeper must pay damages because a man to whom bead sold liquor was killed by bolni thrown from a vehicle while drunk iiy add considerably to the expenses of the saloon business Many accident lappen to drunken men and If the ea mae must pay for them all it Is a very erlous matter for the owners Tim last of the LaFayette flower Iris of Morrlstown N J Is dead She Is Mrs Mary L Morrow 00 years old and she well remembered the great general visit to Morrlstown In 1625 Sbe was then 13 With 50 other girls sbe was selected to carry lowers for tbe festival and her companions made her their queen AMERICA is a growing country More 11 being raised than ever and the man with a boo Is riding in an automobile This year It Is estimated we will raise X000000 bushels of wheat 2600000 000 bushels of corn and 12000000 bales 01 cotton Such figures almost stagger tbe imagination TUE Central Records extra telling about the fearful Lancaster fire and outalnlng good hall tone cuts of the wrecked buildings was a piece of corn lendable enterprise in Editor Lan ram We congratulate him on his fine elIort JOHN S RUGA will have smooth sail In K for the democratic nomination for ongress In the Third at the conven tlOD at Bowling Green tomorrow Ev- cry county except Simpson In his die trlct instructed for him- POLITICAL Gum Shoe Hunter has returned to- his mission at Guatemala Judge B L D Gully republican nominee for appellate judge In the SIC oDd district has declined to meet his eraocratlo opponent Judge W E Settle In joint debate William Jennings Bryan In the course of an address at the Mountain Lako Park Cbautauqua Association on Problems of Government denied tbat ho would again seek to become the national standardbearer of the demo ratio party Judge George H Durncd who was omlnatcd for governor by the dome ratlo State convention In Detroit In- tbe face of statements by silver emocrats that he possibly would reo fuse the nomination announces that be- will make the race as the democratic candidate The republican Text Book has been Issued by tho republican Congressional immlttoe Concerning trusts to which 20 pages are devoted it makes the aeeertlooliThe trusts have not icupled as great a place In the manu icturlng industries as they have in ubllc discussion THIS AND THAT Mrs Scott Aldridge Is dead at Parks villa Henry Btankenshlp Is dead In Boyle aged 101 years Tho wife ol lion H K Hay of Per ryvllle It dead John R Lambert circuit clerk of Henderson county Is dead non A O Stanley of Henderson Is nominated for Congress In tho Seconi district by apparently several hundred majorityIn near Catlottsburg while services were In progress Sylveite Copley shot and killed John White The tragedy was the outcome of an old grudgeA burglar who bad secure 850 Irom the residence of Nathan Steel in Rockcatle was shot and klllei while escaping from the building Sat urday night Rudolp Garlenburgh has sued R Hoe fc Co for 825000 damages for be- log struck with a brick as Rabbi Jo eephs funeral was passing the Hoe ei tabllshment Call for Meeting of County Com mlttee in Garrard LANCASTER KY Aug 2Tho un derslgned members of the democrat committee of Garrard county Ky hereby issue a call for a meeting of said committee In Lancaster Ky on Thursday Aug 7 1002 at 2 oclock P M In the county court room for the transaction of business C S BALLEW j P BOURSE JAS CLARK j H ARNOLD W G GOOCH M F ROUT A copy Attest M D HDOHES Secy CHURCH MATTERS The members of the Baptist church here are anxious for a pastor and they will have a meeting Sunday to decldoI bout calling one Rev A S Mallets preached ellent sermon at the Pretbyterlan hutch Sunday morning Few men are more generally lured in Stanford than his good preacher and tine gentleman OIL parron In receipt of a letter from Dr E S Moseol- the Whitley 011 Co stating that the well some eight miles from Mica Var Ions lands In Whitley Is R good SO barrel producer and that another well will be drilled at onoe In 500 feet of It Tome of the above company stock is held hero Ton following wlserain was received by Mu Varoon Saturday afternoon JUIL drilled In gusher on Pajno firmto TilE AXof toughest dulled steel Dv constant use and must have n new age if It is to do good work Constant work dulls a man as it does an ax makes him sluggish of body and dull of mind lie needs a tonic something that will restore the keenness of mind and activity of body Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery puts new life into weakwornout run down men and women It strengthens the weak atom ach purifies the blood and effectively stimulates the liver The whole body is built up with sound solid flesh by the use of Golden Medical Discovery mybfdfrom tit Ien and commenced to take your medldne January 1899 writes Mrs battle L Sheppardof I took eight bottles of Dr pierce Golden Med teal I four of Favorite Imcrfptlon two vial of Plruant pellets and one bottle of Doctor Pierce Com pound Extract ofSmart a udlmeut a Indigestion obstinate constipation and hardening of the liver was mi trouble I am at this time able to do almott any kind of house work Your medicine erred m from my grave Thanks to you for the benefit My cate war hopeless when I began taking you medicine1 Dont be fooled into a substance for a shadow Any substitute offered as just as 1t00l as Golden Medical Discovery is a shadow of that medicine There are cures behind every claim made for the Discovery which no Just as good medicine can show Biliousness Is cured by the use of Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets RAMS FOR SALE Pure Southdown Ram forsale Call on or write to W II McKlnney Klddg Stole ICy Dissolution Notice Notice Is hereby given that the Wayne Oil k Oas Co will dltolve und go oat bus ness Tenons having claim ugalnU the company will present them nt once those owing company must settle at once krldge Preldentt U D Weatherford Sec it Treat FARM FQR SALE Having concluded to quit farming I will sell my farm of 155 acrnn on Huitonrllle i Mtddleburg pike 9 miles from Hustonrllle Farm Is In a state of cultivation well watered and Is Improved with new dnelllnj of 8 rooms U a good frame building a large tobacco barn a barnc Oonsldorable of this laud Is virgin soil put JOIN McDANlEL Kldds Store Ky P I will sell t entire stock of goods at this place Oood stand to sell mod y S i y v jLei i + s e if e 1 i S- iE e t The Grand Leaderstf jCut Price Sale fii i For one week tliq following prices will ho in effect nt this store et Look thorn over carefully o your trade and will rave 011omoney on every item Kciucnibcr our location ii w All 7A and 8jc Lawns now patterns cut to 5 cents Ie12Ac Lawns now patterns cut t8a cents- Summer corsets cut to 25u 300 walking huts to clone out for tho fen son worth from 75c to 8150 choice 30c ts Ladies 25o vests this week IGc Ladies 35o timer hose 25c New belt pins worth 75c now 30c gnrmclltI81 8150 lllnck polish Baby Elite at 8c lx x tl The Grand Leader l Hays Levy Props S B Levy Manager y S S S ye e S y y rfi i ie t J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Hruces Old Stand Depot Si STflNFORD KY New and Stylish Turnout at Rvaooabl Rate S Attention to Travel leg Men Phone No gME1x J eR That cocalled cheap insurance h the dearest thing on ourtli That a dollar wived in the pro mium may cost you a hundred in n losseThat only solid nosh In sight and experienced iimnugetnont gtmmntee sure indemnity That insurance in the Ilonio of New York can he relied on Josso D Wearon Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrairdUorle and Cnsey Counties Kentucky TIMBER LflND FOR SflLE In order to aettle the tortncftlhllbuslnlu- of John Rants Jr and 0 llonta having died last December wo will sell 2700 acres of timber land In Adalreoun tr Ky Tola land contains between 4660 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land U clone to the famous oil fields of Wayne county and U exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purpose All of the Ia In one body and It is a bargain foraome one 1or particulars apply to 10 COULTER Mlddloburjj Ky Or to E1 Hardln Ilarrodtburg or Oscar llonta VaulWncr Ky J La Beazley Co Undortakors nnd- Embalmers UOD LxZSlw TnrnitnrcMatUnj8Rusr They will Exchange Furniture for aU kinds of Btorlc Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY FOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated or Somerset street H town consist Ing of dwelling of even rooms besides kitchen and servants ream and a fine cel- smokehouse chicken house coal house und a good atable and 10 acrea of land 2 hydrants one In the yard and one for stock well cistern combined near the door for Bald property In rood repairJAS P HAI LEY The Hill Academy Next term begins September 1190 We ask for the patronage parents who desire their children to hare the advantage of a firstclass thorough training Those who will not study are not wanted IU they Interfere with xho of other- S M RANKIN Principal Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit farming I will sell farm of 123 acres on Mllledgevlll and Stanford pike Ills In tOad state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered with never falling springs In best neighborhood county For further Information on or wrlto to W A Pettus Mlllcdgevllle Ky Childrens patent leather Oxfords worth iiit to 110 Mens fine nil wool pants worth 275 cut for this week to 110 Mens fine all wool panic worth for this week 109 lbis long pants now patterns worth 150 go nt Mens anti Boys lint at prices that will make you our ctxtomer Mens fine Clayworete4 suits worth 1200 ojir price 850 Mens fine slices worth 200 our II rico 125 per pair ICnn and sco what we 11110IIbirthday IIfOI many Our suggestions now selection and in Jewelry II Silverware and Cut Watches and Clocks I GlnssJII I W H MUELLER A Prescription Security If you knew nil the facts about our prescription detriment your prescriptions would come here oven if our prices were highwhich they never are If you knew the measures we take to insure tho purity and froehuoH of our drugs if yoXi woro familiar with tho cafuguards wo throw about tho com pounding and various other method iwonliar to this store you could not help having entire confidence in tho accuracy of any prescription we up To have such torvico to feel safeis worth something and it costs nothing extra Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution win originally established as the Deposit tank of 8 tun In UII then reorganized the National Hank of Stanford In teed and again reoresnlned as the Pint National Ilaik of tftanferd In 1997 having had practically an uninter rupted extstenco It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing baIne promptly and well than ever before In IU lungand honorable carver Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN RANKIjCAPITAL Directors J D Paxton J n Owiley IS II Shanks W O Walker Oeol W Carter J 175 275 80c fit put as Successors to The Farmers Hank tit Trust Company aad under same management contluuouily C for 36 yean We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial Stanford Ky rl ti Officers 1 IIOOKEK Preft J J McROIlKHTS Cur W IL WEAKEN Ilk- prDirectors F ReId Lincoln Co 8 T Karri Lincoln Co J 8 lIocker Lincoln lo- W P Walton Lincoln c J II Oolltcr Crab Orchard M U Emote Stanford B It Ilnughman iJtanfurd T 111111 Stanford Jae Robinson Hubble J II HuuKbuan Stanford W P Tate Stanford I DontTakePilts Officers S II SHANKS Prcildeot J B OWSLEV Cashier W M nUIOHT Asss Cashier Icurebowels but regular action cannot be secured liver secretes enough bile to make the Untllethe execute their functions Un ural agltatlon caused by cathartics compelsecontinual ana Increasing doses to attain the results acts on the liver cures Chills eI and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter taltting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER COTr0- t 4 ii r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD Ky Auo R 1002 I 1Il PERSONALS MR W B UIGUINS U Ill Mil JOHN F CASH le sick t Mils J M ALVBI180N Is quite sfck LOXIOgIUy Miss ANNIBA8IILOCK visited friends In lnREVday at Liberty Slits W O SPEBD continues In a critical condition MRS SALLIE PHILLIPS Is quite sick with heart troublo U C CARSON of Liberty was here Saturday and Sunday MR J W ROUT went to Louisville yesterday on business JUDUE J W ALCORN spent la week at Crab Orchard Springs W J sidwith vGecretarr of the Liberty fair Is ROVER Lou AN of Louisville Is ill of typhoid fever at J H Bsugbmans thrla o fair MR TnOMAS LASLey anti wife of Llylngstoo wore guests of Mrs Annie Lasley MR E J HAMM of BrodbeaQ was here Saturday selling tobaoo for R S Martin- JAB FRVH ot Uustonvlllc was here yesterday en route to the Knox coup tyto oil fields R C SACPLBY was here from Bares Sunday He Is well pleated with his new home MR A M nOOI ON of laUspend esDeo Mo Is vUltlng bis many friends In this county CAIT IL P 1OWHLL and son flu C B Powell are tank from a stay Ruisoll SprIgs MRS MATTIR K PIKNRLL of Ilk mono Is with her daughter Mr T CbsnauU Wlllti J RiCHAHt BtWH of lUtsinaoMi spent Suvday hen en route to Crab Orchard Springs WALTMK w SAUMURMS is traveling for the barMis house ot Felaroeder it Watson Msysvtlle MK S P MAMOCII a good Ptlaikl county frUod ot Uile paper paM us a plMtaoi Call Saturday MM BzNrlY C JKNNIHO at Lsn cstttr lei Mr PTISM of Msyivllle vltlud Mn J T IlsekleysteMK88H3 LK Withers went to Mt Vernon Sunday to mighty pretty girls 3HissVICTORIA BIBIIOI of the West last night In honor MU Stella oiltTIm were iuu during tbe fair of Mils Mary Carpenter of the West Rod Miss NOHA SliniiAKD of Somers one of the bad oro touBg Udles Mtre Sam M 00IMisstttOnime BRADSHAW Nan alp Green aud RlU Slav Joues have retu ed from a visit to Mr and Mrs W ZaltsWard at Lexington HANDSOME Miss Clara Ualdemin who has been visiting Miss Jean Bu chwith anan at Crab OrcbarJ has returned to her home In LoulnllltIMR AND MRS J J CORNBLISON of Lexington were here this week bid clog their friends farewell preparatory locateio rd yesterday that his sister Mr John Greenwood was deed at UolJsn She left a husband and a number of children MR G D SM1LBY and wife ore up e A from Birmingham visiting their legion of friends In the West Hnd The old gentleman is still a dyedlnthewool democrat MR JAMBS I WHITE and family of Lancaster have moved into the bouse vacated by Ed Wilkinson on Whitley r Avenue Mr Wilkinson and family JpropertyMR AND MRS T L CARPENTER the West End dispensed their bo pfways tallty most lavishly during the fair in ontday tho of the fair was fit for the gods ofJaro relatives In this county and paid this ofllco a pleas ant call yesterday Mr McKlnnoy has been a subscriber to this paper for 21qv years the length of time he has been a resident of his adopted State JUDGE W L BROWN of Lon was hero Saturday returning from spy where be made several epee for Judge Borelog Be says Mr Bore log will win his race easily and that Laurel county will give him a majority ot 000 Wo ball see what wo shallnly see MR JOHN B MERSHON leaves week for Somerset to accept a position In tbo machine snopa of the Q L C Besides being a splendid citizen Mr Mershon Is one of the finest meob- y in the State and we congratulate railroad company in securing his vices LOCALS FRESH rolls and bread dally T O WilliIIaLylolInTRUSSBSAII kinds and sizes LowItelL prices Crall1 Hocker I WILL pay 15e In goods or 12c tae for butter until further notice W P Bradsbuw luroornllloII TUB Mammoth Cave party got back trlptogro tundI HAVE secured the services of a good tnner and plumber from Loulsvlllonnd will be glad to do any and all work la line JT Jones Shop opposite mill HIGHCOLLAR dudes should take warning A young Danish author nam ed Madden fell downstairs In bis house 1nlowed to death bv his high collar countyIcourt Aug 11 at 11 lotstof one acre on good well and stable Lot can be d NancyVaoDeveer DOING WELL Little Geo Goocb who was accidentally shot by his broth er a week ego Is rapidly Improving an will soon teal no ill effects from bl wound Ills father J M Gooch is about the happiest man In the county since his son recovered from his dan gorous condition NOTICE bubec lho aim pi the Central Ky Real Estate Exchange secure options on that class of proper where the owner Is exceedingly anxious sell or Is forced to sell and thorn secure a low price on same and hold o somo Inducement to buyer Read their list carefully and see the bargains offered JOHNSON Charlie Johnson sonar of W U Johnioo died at his home In the But End Saturday mornlrg of throat trouble and about 83 Ho had tbens a long time and was fully pro xhcro morning after services by Rev Wll lIam Sprinkles BOTH Judga bL C Sauttey and Hon Uobert Harding male short talks at Uarrodsbunr yesterday ancoiinslng their oandldaoy It was not at all In the nature of a sllioasiion but cat h made pleasant efforts Judge Saufley strongly advocated a prlnury but Mr Harding didnt tar bow be wanted II nomination made HURT Miss Isabel Ron who Is a pdaughter of Mr H U Cash of Turnorsvllla was badly hurt just as sbo started to the Huslonvllle fair Fri day morning Her horse soared and hoofK moan force She sustan a deep cut over one of her eyes and was otherwise severely Injured countymoron raisers olloxlisif rag shaw owns two sacra of fine watermel vas and to protect the crop from pret tory persons ho bas erected a tent wrphit wife live In U till the water melon season Is over Keeping boi la the middle of a watermelon patch tho thermometer registering or so would bo more than the avert geJ old onion would stand aDlllf Mr Brad shaws better hall dont grow tired of It before the season closes she provo herself to bo as patient and loiragOi suffering as some of the good women of old u 10AFTER spending a few hours at Hustonvlllo fair Friday Editor VeyRoy ton of the Lexington Democrat homo and wrote the following A It to the Huston villa lair yesterday tileGG closed a splendid exhibition a la crowd of boautlful women and manly men and a lavish hospitality In keeping with the reputation of Gods elect who dwell upon that fertile part of Lincoln county A tree dinner In which big yellow chicken legs and the other good of the season combined was n by thousands and stilt there w oftaken 12 baskets full Huelonvlllo elJhas the best talc of ItIlzo in the and every one who attends away tooling that it was good to have been there SHELTON SAUFLEY One at least the youog mop who left Stanford toI make fame and fortune In Lexing Is succeeding admirablyMr Shol M Saufloy who has been with the Democrat almost since Us incept Mr Saulley Is ono of the best all around mop for newspaper work In Lexington alekesl average a lector Whenever the proprietor a cedewhich a man for any of these places bo has to call on him and night or day he histhisduty on a stretch but that Is not permitted ex cept In emergencies We know that friendsthe will reporteer of him which we get from headquarters STORYIThe Hustonvllle Fair a GUtter UusunlIAnother Hustonvlllo fair Is a mum and while everybody IB glad the was a successful exhibition man peebal outing to many and being one of the number wo aro Indeed lorry that It li all over Good crowd attended tho fair each day and witnessed a magnlfl coat display of stock In fact the pick thdulmal a good one The DAILY JSTKHiori Joint ItbaJJpened doslroto managing the splendid talc as well aith genorallyJ ad genuine Rood cheer dispensed Pol ing are Fridays awards FOR SADDLE PURPOSES W K Shapers Supt 61 Dept mare tour years and oern ic 00 eachIaudCycaC63 Duet mare three years and under four 15 00 ft HIsW S Drye Supt 54 Dept fitalllon mare or geld tag one year and un der two 10 00 Henry Bsughman prem George detpfour years old and over 20 00 5apoldgut threo years and under four 10 00 J T Crenshaw prem O T Sandldge cert 17 Best stallion or gelding two years and under three 10 00 a T Sandldge prem and cert IS nut taUion say ago 26 00 j T Crensbaw prom C T Saodld cert FOR HARNESS PURPOSES SupII 15 lands high 10 00 Mrs Mary J Weatherford pram A Logan Daay cert ROCKAWAY RING gp Bwt vockaway mare or seldo dyoj T Creosbaw premFarrleJcDeno cert- SUCKLING COLT 11 Suckling colt elUior sex by Dignity Dare 35 00 Season 1901 to Dignity Daro to first value M = 10 cash to second t cash to third James Camden fret Dlcdsoo Delhi 2d and L Bow aan Owens OrdbeSADDLE PURPOSES 02 Best walking stallion maro or gelding 15 00 Doc pi00ich p centfoseMr W D 64 Fancy turnout IB 00 T Crcnihaw prom JI Alvorson i cartlaMODEL RING willg M Owens Supt Model stallion mare or geld lug 10 00 Regardless of age shown by halter or bridle Bcasley prom J T Crenehaw crackavla RING Best maro or gelding any rgaago 20 00 J T Crenahaw prem Farris 1 Den npcerhS- WEEPSTAKE ROADSTER RING Speed stylo and endurance considered 6 7 Dust stallion maro or gold fag any age 150 00 15 to 1st 50 to 2d i25 to 3d C Bailey tat J T Crenshaw 2d and Sloan Eastland 3rd goreFAIR NOTEStMortal man never saw two igs then those In the fancy turnout ring Pocket book lost on fair OthMiss Block Bogie hoit0reo ble progrI0am rip Nora Sheppard of Somerset and Anna Eubanks of Columbia were tho fudgcsI clogmore colhproved to be tho property of Miss Mary Lynn Mock of Boylo SucbI honesty op the part of Sutton Is doiserving of reward Carroll Ballet won the rich roadster ring over a fold of nine with R E Lee Sims fine gelding Ho Is fouryears old a good Individual and has speed to spare Mr Sims has a great animal In this woo of Pence blueLlothorn was shown Mr D S Carpenter Iploodidovary right to be proud of him hookaYIP you owe this oOlco for subscript flop or ohtcrwiie you will greatly oblige us by settling neltWedoeldaythe lecture room of the Christian church NEW YORKS Board of Health has decided to wage systematic warfare against mosquitoes Let Stanfords board do likewise SATURDAYS Courier Journal roc talned a fair likeness of the present and next circuit judge of this district Judge M C Saufley KILLED Mrs Walter Elrod of Somerset while on a visit to relatives theresultAL G FIELD the wellknown min strel man who has played to Stanford iences many times is a democratic didate for mayor ot Columbus O r NEAR Mulllns Station Rockcastle Dan Scott was shot and killed by Bill Tlnk Mulllns Mulllns surrendered and Scott bad had trouble before IT was a mistake about Mlddleburg yesterdayNextProf J W Davis tells us Miss Angle haveDrge elocutionary partments STANFORD condoles with her sister town of Lancaster ID her fearful loss by lire Certainly the good people of that magnificent little city have had more than their share of such casual lice and wo sincerely trust that the end of them has at last been reached WILLIAMS Dr John Williams for many years a leading physician of this county but who bee been In bad health for some time died at his home near Mt Salem Sunday and was burled In yeaterdagpresence a crowd of friends WILLIE HOCICBR the sixweeksold son of Mr and Mrs W H Bagby of Covlngton died Sunday night of cholera infantum at tbo home of Mrs Bagbys mother Mrs Mary Hooker on Lancaster street The little one was taken suddenly III In the early evening ing three hours later Tbe bereaved cornyIngton for burial this morning TUB Danville fair glue and continues over Friday Great preparations have been made for the coming exhibition and If It does not ecllpio all previous efforts wo will be Cyst show horses in the State and th am some line likewiseJdo LlUEKTV The I J man went to circuit court yesterday but und that every thing had been given up to tho primary election which was hold In the lllh Congressional district and be bad to return homo without see g many of his patrons Few demo crats wero In town they desiring to give the republicans all the room pos sible to work for their favorites From all appearances Mr Borelng the pre cot Incumbent carried Casey bv sever al hundred We are also satisfied that ho carried the district STRum OILTTbe Central Oil Gas ft Mining Co of Lexington boring for oil on the farm of J W Baugbman near tbo site of the old toll house on the Somerset pike struck a good tow of black oil at u depth of about 600 teat yesterday morning at 0 oclock Excitement Is again at fever heat and there Is every indication that the well will prove a paying one The company will Immediately take steps to develop tho well and ascertain as pear as posit bio the value of their now fed A earn ber of Stanford people own stock In this- ompany FINE HORSE DEADJames R Besz who Is peculiarly unfortunate with is sale horses lost soother magnifi cent animal Thursday night Pirate was his name and he was both a flte Individual and a fast trotter Mr Beaz ley having woo In the roadster ring at tho Crab Orchard tall with him over a big field Isle owner showed him at the Hustonvllle talc Thursday after noon but ho was out of shape and al Drorede was too tar gone when the voter nary arrived Pirate was valued at about li50 Queen Crescent Route Knights of Pythias Sa Franclto Cal Aug U12 Finest train service In tho world Low rate ticket good on unlimited trains f or the above occasions He sure your tickets read via the Queen Jt Crescent Route and got good service t = i 4Straitj Vdwillclose our entire r tock of straw hats at cost 1 Now is your chance to get n straw hat very cheap Cummins S McClary I 1 t 8 8 8 8J fI 5 fit iIit 88J1 NEW LOT HATS Y 11 l i crashN q f r9i 0 A i j ga Special Shipment Negligee Shirts JI J 11 1 Neat light colors and tan These proRt i the very newest things In the market Ij gotten out for the fairs resorts etc J jJILi 4 TERMS CASH = II H J McRoberts11 1 iHl et ItY I tao A e1Mjw t o jj E F4II mTo t its Business I il cut the prices again on wash goods More business than to car j i ry them over Fast color Linen cut to 34c fast color Batiste cut to Scefictfrom lOc and 12ic ass eses I s We have Iornctr things for present use Xew Polka Dotf ltii1 w thing necessary to prepare that girl for school WEvry tj I Severance Sons New Store 1 XXth Century No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 1 O L CARPENTER W n WITHERS ITS HOT and not expensive You may not need Furniture now but you will When you do we can fill the bill Withers Furniture Co m t Ik THE iNTENIORJOURNAL Inured n the pottoffice at Stanford as jccmdcla matter rUYncSIirt4vAT YEAR CASH ttr When not lopaldaaOO will b cbsrt5 I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION KoJ4 Train solnj North 1116am jiott II II = a m Mo2S South a IIio 3 122 p m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 leares Stanford at 5a m 4oi5arrlve at Stanford MS- JJott a m learn Stanford at 2SO p m pRtCERDentist f tIJtanford Ky meoTc IteKobsrta Drug Store In thi Owiley j BnUdtni R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky if IligRlns Offlc A McKlnnoya Story 1Telepllune Nn tai NEW LIVERY STABLES BTJ3SS ft SJNPMri IJUNCTION CITY KY at Reasonable Rates to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sain i A M BOURNE Offers bis services asIAuotoinoer lIejI i MONUMENTSilTUE ZINC OWblte Hrdnrj Is to tone In tbe monument aslneaa what tbe Improved drop head cow Ingjmachlno U to the old method or car Is to the old stage coach It tie advanced thought ot the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords andiresttng place of ones It Is beautiful a frosted silver ap- pearagce Please hold your order until you can It J C McWhorter Agt CRAB ORCHARD KY J+ G+ Mc ARY TJNDSRTAEEB EMBALMER And Dealear In XABHESS S DDLEHY 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Spech list ot LoalsTllIe will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Ty zed S1UM1J Ausl 8 PI stow la the time Dons neglect your best Mend and elasMS eclentldcallyadjvattsd Dont neglect your childrens eyes Office hours 9 a m tai p m ii flLfti E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Control Kentucky IWstute xchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky So 1 Home and toe In Stanford roomb211 porch In the rear gardenguoI Delghbornood dose to thiirehn tad aoRool Ui lot small III 1rlceJSie- Ko J Small farm STacws Smiles from blan ford lloutio four goot room leek larch yerinda od ul barn and other lIulldID lu rood nlutr Cm lash bolds well fenced an acre In Doe acre In fruit trees rot In craM Doughtatmmmlaloccrauleat bargain and un and cburcb be sold at Price rah per acre Land adjoining sold for t10 aod SW TbU Its bargain No iIllouse mad lot In Stanford llouae fOa icing eve rooms iooj table and 6 acres of laDd well fcDctd One of prettlwt building lots talOD room enough In from for two other cottages or a 2 storr front be built to tbe cottage si h made a WaulUul home Will be chap II tb owner mutt hue money No 4TWO atorr resale dwelling 7 rooms hI1 and Tsrands ioodg rdn fencing and hone la good repair For ale or rent 1rlce nuonaMe No Ih1IOUII4I tad lot In Stanford Tblee and trout porch flood garden and stable Uoo repair sold cheap No 7house cod lot In Stanford IK stor room Hood garden amoke and coal houses grog to SFarm of Mscrrs 2K mile trout Sian road 3i acts la cultltallou MYen lJoboesmall TowPlI wstertd and tenting jt ca n e taught at your price II owner Ilvta In IDdIlDIJU III and rant have money Ne 0 fare of ttl acm four miles from Staa lord on beet rIte In she ooentj Sixty errs 10 wheel 4u In corn to timothy a In elorrr and In Is rut la six t Mf well fDfId well wateredcit allBe well and spring two good JIOodi Two dwsllUgs good Uin sad eut Fronts pike for tamquartera of Nile hell dwellings teing un pits Plenty fruit and tMUfh to saak 1001 peso A Ide- rblsegna tarn and only 20 mtautM drive frvw tbe Miity stab Owns of liRe far adjolnlfii- asb revtatly nllI r sere We otl r at II pet acre o 1139 acre land with non ry IlUflGft ntmtk twit St ntrl lIelllRjf ttM hrro- omR vera porrh tail bus sM ok unsse4 tVehwatered sad keen aM hullIIII rood riIr Price reasonable Nor Vwelllpg orals sad 1cl1 secsarynutbaudlap and aA Yme t nor store rate fret room Npl with nunten sbdiw etc Vler In dwsiH t toreiooiu alsi clatern and will oc plies Srtuai Ifi ki ure One R He from SO ford HltlIijool rlr4 dvctllM erMallr cot ItIinatom over JlWt Will self both fer will rent or Ml separately No fJ2M acre fang Mlle of Gab Uftafll o barn well animagentdwelling lF ciUtlt il o 1M sore Hter hot cad g od fruit ec IMce 9NM sa I No ItieOacreael land en Lan u4er Irectlll Crab Orehanl opposite springs la pass no 1m raTemeats eagle laraii at ra abunibon of ockwaur Iettl alt lotown Pr HM NollA nice cottage and lot on lanear Lent Sunford 7 rwHt a goal cblern etc l000IS In Madljnn man K y0ulleaSoatb of and 2 wiles IDJlIOD Dig tirnplke lod luJd1 Creek rod known as the OIl Mufti- IM Frame building stock Urni ouiballdlo JCo rlotot good water and one or final cj rings In Kentatky In yard lies stock farm Ibe eounty for the Money Price flO per acre No t7A finish of tea srrrs near Huitonrlll welling of alibi rooms ball veranda etc Une nut hare tack barn large tobacco barn aod- etber outbuildings Cittern and good well In tbe a rd and water In everyIced place Far t In seven fields Ns W Psrm of 10 acres iltutieJ near KIag fill Ky tu acres In cuUltallen M In timlwr rtll- kt two good barns and otb ibatWtlnpaeud repair Dwelling coinparaU new la w yards of three church and C S dot Property Ise oeIloolJtOItell tied and le the tuost dfllrbIe- r a la that section Vis will sell the whole fan Ier tl 460 or lo parcels of not lees than M urea te IpMcbaier This la certaBly cheep property N bLFcnic of 71 acres Mar Waywtbm OwwDC 3p0l bare ale Well watered soda aDd bUtirag In good Productive Duo ote eland Jaaowl borl close to seboe a don slread lrtee Molt A farm of am acres In Uacaln reuB- Ifhle good dmlllnft i good bits cad other oul- bundleg each house hero etc laud the cent r luo arms All on county road t mile from cboreb chool and poatoUk Ijrs well and wel- llIlfId This If a iwo tobacco firm and woul ult twoor lbr e fnillles that nitabt want to coo fro m Ids same neighborhood 1rw reasonable No MA farm of sires In Casey county Kj acrid onehalt story dwdllag with ill rooou- ODd barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In ilrsilon 41 acres In Umber fruit trees ole L ys well on county rood to churches Ml etc Price only No MFsrm of its acre In ever county Tw corlram dwelling two Rood barns and other liulldlnp In Splendid abide Ian a and In good community A bargain si tVK 67Fsrm of IU acres In Casey county two story 8 room frame dwelling 0- 1dwell1Dlla lair condition llama and other out uUdlolt1 On county rod pendld tobacco land- elt watered two wely spring etc This li a alrable home Trice f1U No 58 Fifty acre near Pleasant Point E1- frame hone S rooms and Barn and other oulbul1dlogl acres In cultlTStlon rest in tin bar watered 300 yards from OIlofllcocbool- ao ll lays well on pike and In com mUDII Price KM We have buyer fur 2M or acts firm situated rrom one to three miles front town Also buyer rLut 100 acres situated from one to tour inlle from with or without Improvements Ala a uyerfuranlao60to10000bnaclose to town o U Four houses and loll In rice 1100 each No 19 00y acres of land near Crab Orrbard- ebflp o20 Twodorr house 0 room hdUreranda cresplmlldland Prop ert In good repair water and lights In house els tern at our beautiful home No 22 House of be rooint porch one acre ot- rouod and good table One ruin town trlce f200 No 21 Fs m of 1U era mites from Staofo- rIrae dwelling of roomi 2 rcbes 2 but t one I log table anti wagon shed combined the other n ttra good tame with cattle bed alluhed- BArn especially arranged for curio tolnt 111- benner and corn crib Fine orchard feollolllD good repair Well watered 2 cliterns ele Thit farm b occupied by a furmer own er year and It well preaerred and Imprured U In pottoffice church an4 school fur for halt grain rent and Is cultivated In mrn wheat tobacco and clover records Cott lenloeglur86t as cuuuty will Ibo No2 Dwelling of rooms wfth 20 acre land irelsnd barn and necessary oulbolld- IDg12 wells In rd plendld orchard and 2 acres In awberrles iMmedlate porsesdon 1rlce fWO No 25 Farm of 100 acres our Crab Orchard e ltory IraDiedwelllcgof 8 roomt hill Yt1anda llarn suwkekouoe etc In good repair pll watered good orchard Cut In 5 lipid 20 cree In wlietl e0 urea la corn In timothy rut In gnu Price per acre o 21 Frame hotel large roomy double reran hallway Etc A large 2 story IoreroomI- roollDIl street au feet Irom hotel stain suite hi rdwvlllng tafro cottages nicely furnlibed a ted and painted rootra and veranda each A laro Urn en acute used as llrery table 1- gID Varant lot adjoining bnet front by 200 feet lap All of thl property Is In London Ky and Las fins chance fur some one lo mass raoney roplrlor ha refused to rent property fur tW per Dlb Ou account of Ill wife only- reaoon for selllug proprietor dolts to excbsnge t r farm In Lincoln county CECIL CKTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealers and Bottler o- fSODA POP and all Mads of BOft drinks Write for prices In Memory of Miss Della Cnld well Mill Della Caldwell whose 1II0ees was noted In your lust Issue died Prl day nlcht July 23 need 10 years The end was so calm and peaceful that tho eorrowlnp watcbprs by her ledeldo hardly know when It came She was oiatlucd to her bed 15 days nor aliment typho tnoDlDRltlB took endl a bold from the start that tho best medl cal aid was unavailing nod though 8uf faring excruciatingly In the bejlnnloJ she lost consciousness eoma time prior to her death and was apparently freo from pain Della was a sweet girl be loved by all who know her Ono bad only to know her but to love her Sbe was kind gentle and affectionate and her death has caused universal orrow During her Illness scores of friends called dally to offer their service and la nearly every Instance a wish was expressed that something could bo dono to repay tome kindness rendered by her She was a distant relative of thu writer and having known her since childhood wo knew her to be kind unto all especially the aged Without ouontatlon tho aim of her Ufo was tho accomplishment of good which she nulnlr did by alleviating tho norro of others and her gentle patient kindly ministrations wore rarely equated Sho was a strict member of the Dptillt church and will be greatly misted at church and Sunday school Der fatb or mother three sisters and three brothers and a host of friends aro loft to mourn for her But their lost Qoavene gain and a good girl has Irono to her reward Truly It may be Mid she Is gone but not forgotten My child thou art gone to tbe borne of thy rest Where suffering no longer can barm youtVhure tongs of tho good here the hymns of the blest Through an endless existence ebRlI charm While we thy food parents must shrh lag sojourn Through tee dire desert regions of sorrow Oer the hope and misfortune of belofl to mourn And sigh for this life1 latest morrow KVA CALDWBLL LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Six good Southdown bucks for lIalo J W Baugbman StanfordeLee Turner has sold his LaFollot aloon and will co on the stage Jake Graves of Fayette sold 300 export cattle to Jonas Well at Ofo Fox S Logan sold to J M Salleo pair of extra fine work mules for 132li Dan Patch broko the pacing record a t Columbus 0 Saturday by going mile In 2001- Lanler Bros bought of B C Berry 171 acres adjoining their farm on the scatter pike near Danville for 112 000Dandy Jim the great trotting bore known almost everywhere as the It gra h08tIt Is dead Grit Davie used to drive him- Robert L Baker of tho racing firm of Baker S Gentry Lexington pur oh18cd from Mrs J B Ferguson tho- entlro Kingston stud of S50 acre to mbar with two stallions broodmare aDd sucklings for 830000 The Lexington Cattle Sale Co wl1- 1hold a sale of Shorthorn cattle In- tbe Tattersalls building adjoining Fair ounds Tuesday August 12 Sale commence promptly at 1151 Excur- slob rates on all railroads 4t Lord Derby beat Boralma In the matoh race at Hartford Conn Saturday Boralma won the first beat it 208 but lost others In 209J and 2181 iralma severed an artery In the IBs- theat Tbe race was worth 50000 to- the winner STATE S S CONVENTION The Kentucky Sunday School Association bold Ita annual convention at Oopklosvlllc Augut 10 20 and 21 Tbe railroad have granted one fare far the round- trlp and an exceedingly strong and attractive program has been gotten out- luoh noted workers as Marlon Law r nee International general secretary Dr H M Hamill of Nashville Dr A L Phillips of Richmond Va Dr- DJrrl8 A Jenkins President of Kentucky University and Dr G W BljJr- sbue accepted places on the program Tne music Is to be conducted by Mr- Robt M Hopkins assisted by the Somerset orchestra and the Hcndereot male quartet This will be one of the- mOit attractive parts of the program A unique feature 1s the use of the reoptlcon In an Illustrated song and p ayer service and In the production of l0 to 15 of the leading Sunday scboo- lworken of the world living and deBd- Tae L N will run a special trata- from Louisville leaving at noon AuI- lOtb AU In all this promises to bo- ot010 the greatest conventions ever- hold In the State Information can be- IIccured from the general secretary Prof E A Fox Louisville Ky LAST ONt olt excursion of tho season will be run to Atlantic Clty- from Lexington and Central Kentucky polnte Thursday Aug 14 via the Obesakealco Ohio Rail way and Wasb- Ington D C The round talp rato will b U4 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling and correspondingly low ratcs will bo made from other Central Kentucky points Tickets good 12 daYI- from sale G W Barney Lexington KV HUBBLE D W GIvens Is fixing to build a nice front to his dwelling Albert Sloan Is the first one to have homegrown watermelons on this market Mite lla Rankin began school bere Monday morning with a good attendance J B Robinson and family of CbBt tanooga are visiting his parents fere now Aunt Betsy Spoonamoro Is on the puny list Mrs Nora Murpby Goodknlght U visiting relative and friends In this community We can congratulate the Crab Orchard people In securing Dr fickle to teach their school as ho Is a Cubical cr and a splendid young man In eory respect Morris Spoonamore goes him to attend school and assist him and Is a fine young man too The Queen d Crescent Routo will sell tickets at rate of one faro for tbo roundtrip on account of Lexlnlrton Horse Show Fair and Carnival Elk at Lexington Aug 1110 loclutve Tickets good returning until AtlJ18th Ask ticket agents for particular W C Rlnearson G P A A Tall Clock For Sale I have a tall wooden 100yearold dock for nlo It keeps correct time Etnerlne Lapaley llnrnotta Ky FARM FOR SALE I want to tin tnv farce of M acre bC twtMta PreachersvlUw and Omb OrlluJ pikes fMir miles tress Sttwfora Jninro meat pod All IB rags Will mll r- senable A IL MATHBNY Stanford FOR SALE j I Noce a ltbrae Traction Rnfiiu ii- 0w Shrwkbr lee sale You ran nn a Bala r UNA Corny luidreTiat Ks BROWN a BROW- NAttornoysatLnw a Office In Masonic BWg SOMEIW Room 9 KY Will practice IB all the Suite Court aleo In Unlt MI States and llankruptcj umr lecMoM mafU and pruwptlr remitted Mason HoteMRS U D SIMPSON 1ror Lancaster Kcutnclc Newly furnished clean Ms Iendid hble Every hlog first claw lortor meet all trains 80 FOX t LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE torses and Mules constantly on hand and lor sale at all taea- W Lofao Wood Manager RDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY- MaBllfaeturer ot BRICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices lilt C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call GREEN mVER ll0011V MILLB Phil Casoy Co Ky Mfrs of Jeans Casslnettcs Linscy Flannels Blankets Yarn w make a specialty of roll carding and also of yarns single 2ply or 3ply In any color Isaiah White of Stanford hay samples of our goods and will ship your wool I4VO you freigh- tlstonuille Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property- rated on tho north side of Slain on sldnof College street In Huttonvllln Iy consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property Ja well arranged for hotel or house nnd- liver stable having on same a nice lIer- barn 65x75 and an outbuildings neclSsnr- tor liotol and livery purposes and good CIlnt lot for private residence It desired EverlnttlDg water In abundance Property II well arranged for private and- mw rented for that It you want good paying property In llustonvllle call on or a drugs S Carpenter Iluaton tUG Iy C cSs O ROUTE Popular Excursions to 01tl Point comfort and Ocean View Vat For Round Trip X13Good 15 Days Tickets will be sold July IS and 59 Aug 10 and Sept 2 Stopover allowed In moun tains Information at 0 O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington JOHN D POTTi A O P A CEO W BARNEY D P A 4 M f3Ulousncss W Mnkcs 7M Chronic Invalids VKfWben the liter It torpid and fails to do Ita wertj jf the bile enters the blood as a inmlent Then 1comes constipation biliousness sick heidaebe fevers and malaria The only treatment that gives the liver just the ngbt touch and starts Nature work in the right manner n AVONS LIVER PILLS l J ANDTONIC PELLETS tie pin touchy the leer sad the pellau tone the system vsv S3dos s for 5 diys cost Ji cents and un I dew your sue eaceetUagJy bad yuu will be troll before you Allb them Sample free For sale at all dealers FOR SALE BY W D MRODERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE Ii PHIIIHErS AMQusllogjrfAn BAIIIJ nwr OmfllllrmnTIYt 8tom ftnruRfsy- s2 J t VfRY80DY- PREUMUYRRy GRTRLOtiU R DUGEofIaJPGOfj 1OM r r Stanford Female CollegeThe 35th annual Itraalon of this well known pad popular Boarding Sohool for Girls will open Sept 3 Fur catalog address- IL J Iiulccrloii President Stanford Kentucky Tje Danville Fairri XSk 6th T aX 8th e l Rings for almost everything and Liberal premiums for all WRITE FOR CATALOGUE H C BRIGHT Secretary Geo F Anderson President CARSON PENCE DEALEU8 IX Carriages Buggies Phae V I tons Wagons Buck I A boards Harness f r Pull and complete stock of the above always on hand find lire sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line oi Lap Robes CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKYf Session Opens Monday Sept 1st poison The president is a graduate of Kentucky University nnd he epetit several years in tlib College of Germany where he secured his degree He has for some time been connected with Drake University Des Moines Iowa Ho will he assisted by u fullcorps of experienced teachers