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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 9 A M N044 INEWS NOTES Dr BeardiUoar a loading Iowa edu cator Ik dead J Wra M Doward clroult olerk of Loiite lidcad James K Soboolfleld lobo ban4er- ejangollet of Danvlllo Va la deed J 0 W K Vanderbilt made a mllo In tile automobllo in ParU In 43 2C itfconds Georgo Johnnon ff wealthy man of Lexington Mo wai killed by chicken i r thieve III tald that Senator Jones of Ar kanitti may take tho itump for Spoon or In WXkonilo Tbe first complete dress rehearsal of fi the coronation wai held at Wcitmlntlcr at Abbey Wednesday Robert Flournoy aged 10 Occident ally ibot anti killed hit llvejoar old liter at Fort Valley Ga One man wan killed and five other booked Into unoonlcloulnoll by lightning at Harriman Tnnn The water famine at Denver and other parts of Colorado has been broken by a general downpour The City of Venice was tank on Lake Brie in a oolllilon with the steamers s Sosrrln Three lives wero beet t In Taylor county lightning lot fire to 1J It Davli barn destroying it wltb a lot of feed nod a valuable mule Ourglari cranked the safe of K P MoDowell at Woodburn Warren eoun tv and ecu red 11600 in money and notes At the local option cleolion Owen county went dry bymore than 1000 ma jorlty The town of Owe atop wont drrI by 81Pat Simpson Gpv Beckbamd coach man tabbed and perbnpt fatally In Jurtd Sidney Shepard another Negro at Frankfort The United States Realty and Con itrMtlon Company has been Inoorpor ated at Trenton N J with aa author Iced capital of 108000000 A burglar entered tho rosklonae of W W Longrooor al Frankfort Ho sneered a watch and three oarfplnf bAt overlooked 1980 In cash Harry Tracy tho noted Oregon outlaw killed blmielf after a doiporatA battle with a posse whleb bad surrounded Mm near Follower Wash The oltlieni of Jackson have organ Iwd a Commercial Club one of the chief object of which Ic to settle the r fowl troubles In Droathllt county Lightning struck the sawmill of the Kttaloekv Lumbar Co at Williams bfltr selling It on Ire but the flro was oxtlegulihed before much damage was dons John OBrien a Heoderioa countyf rfouod a Nsjjro italt s pies Whoa be remonstrated the Na aitaakod him and OOrlen shot and tkm hUn At tho examining trial of Prof II A Havel charged with attempting 16 born the Hotel Hendercon he was dlt missed Prof Hayes may ale a suit forl damages against the owner of the boI telISeventeen prisoners in the Tconei woo penitentiary at Nashville made their escape through a hole In tho wall P caused by an explosion One prisoner was killed by a prison g nnrd and twoI were captured Tbe number of Federal pensioners oa Jaly 1 was 900448 ai against 007 TIM last year Commissioner Waro 111I thatleglilatlon enacted by the last Coogrcii will result In an Increase of at least 10000 new pensioners light masked men bold up a C D ft Q passenger train at Maroui III fore ed the trainmen to uncouple tbn engine and expreti oar and thou blew up tbo express sale with dynamite After goltlne about 12000 sovon pf the rob bars Moaned on the engine doe of their number having been killed A dispatch from Plnevlllo cay non Saylor wee shot aid killed bit brother Henry was shot and wrlouilyjwounded while the skull of John Saylor a broth or wai oruihed in with a stave In a primary election flgbt Thomas J Knuokloo a prominent tobool teacher was also terribly beaten with n stave while John hit brother was also hurt in the Dele8IAt Dawson Springs eve women were run down on n trestle by an Illinois Central freight train Miss Johnnlo Smith of PaQuoah and shire Luoy Stevenson of Hickory Grove wore killed M In Fredonla Flint of Podu cab MiM Edith Stevenson of Hickory Grove and Miss Annie Nichols of Lowei were seriously injured and Miss Nlchols probably will die PHYSICIAN AND DHUGGISTS Ford A Sturgeon a prominent drug t firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky write Wo wore requested by Dr G B Snlg ley to send for llerblne for the benefit o r our customers Wo ordered three dozen in Deeeinber and wo are glad to say Ilorblno has given such great satisfaction that we hove duplicated this order three time and today we have your salesman another order Wo beg to say Dr G B Snlgley lakes pleasure In locommendlng llerblne Kc bottle at Pennys Drug SWrLj LANDSTOOKCROPSETG FOR SALU Five Southdown bucks alJlot of cord allU 60elSix good Southdown bucks for talc W Muughman Suofurd 0 Wanted to hire n good milk cow with a view to buying her B J Pinka orton Scott Hudson who Is next to Ed of Geors as a driver won the ale paco at Buffalo with Twinkle taking the last three of six heats W B Burton of Lancaster bought ve mules at 1100 and two livery horses 100 Mr Burton will open a livery stable in his town Meier Huffman bought of R H Crow night extra nice 800 pound half ore at Tic and from Calvin Southern throe 160 pound bogs at OleNow B T Evans sold It Young 10 yearling steer at 8386 R W Allen told Utrdesty Brldgowater it Co four steers and a heifer at 84 23 Adalr News Ivan Lyon of the TurncMvlllo sec tlon believes In planting corn early e has a Held planted before April court which promises to make 10 to 1abarrels to the acre The Lexington Cattle Sale Co will bold a sale of 60 Sborthora nettle In the Tattersalls building adjoining Fair grounds Tuesday August 12 Solo commences promptly at 11 M Kxour lIon rates on all railroads 4i John Harris made SO busbelsof wheat tho aura Some corn has been coo traotcd for at 8250 per barrel Ike Durham says ho threshed acres ofQ oats on T F Durhams farm on the Lebanon pike that averaged 50 buibelr Advocate There was a good crowd at Harrods burg court About 76 to 100 cattle were on the market which ranged low the bait selling nt 4 cents A few horses were also on the market Mules were plentiful but sold high prices ranging 175 to 1100cWhat is probably the record price ever offered for a saddle horse was h made br R E Hlscy of Mexico Mo to Ralph Ortbweln president of the American League Baseball Club for the tatters great show horse Rex Me Deaald The prloo offered was 110 a 000 The famous Belle Meade stud near Nashville established In 1803 by John Hording exploded by his son Wit lIam G Hording and later by the lat tars lonlDlaw Gen William H Jack ton is to be sold at auction at the farm ate31G1 because of Gen JaokionU falling health and the worries and dlf OouUlcs growing out of the suicide of Goo Jacksons sonin law Albert D MarkProbablytbe mot popular sire of addle and combined horses In lien lucky today Is Dignity Dare owned by D S Carpenter of Hustonvlllo colts and there are hundreds of are all wellformed and have abundant notion while all of bis older got are blue tie wearers wherever they are shown His ring of colic shown at the Huitonvllle felt proves that bo Is beyond doubt a great sire Whenever you see a Dignity Dare colt you will find else action stylo and form A groat horse Indeed Is D S Carpenter Dignity Dare by Chester Dare Lex- Ington Democrat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Four men wero shot at a dance In Doll county George M Wlllglng a promlnenl Richmond merchant Is dud Four of the 11 prisoners cooDned in the Somdreel Jail mado their escape Dr J M Dalton one of Mercer prominent citizens is deed of Brlghts diseaseS Goocb a wellknown teacher of Pulaskt county cad postmaster at AI pine died after a short IIInoM David Dunn has been appointed postmaster at Caleast and Laura B Camp bell at Duluth both Madison county tlobefrom Wllmoro that the rcmody or laud troubles In the mountains Is the gospel But the newe frOm Catlettsburg detailclair the killing of John White vaster Copeley in Oakland churobI Boyd county during service would seem to indicate that your mountain feudist will shoot tbo gospel or any thing else full of holes If It comes twoen him and his enorny Loulavlllo Times CURED PARALYSIS W S Bally P O True Toxas writes My wlfo had been uHe ring flvo years with paralysis in her arm when I was Llalfalto used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work 25c 60o and II bottle at Pennys Drug Store Jules lobo French author exaggerated t fiction says In 100 years very few books will be written a pro Indlcntloa fore the year 2000 KINGSVILLE G A Welter Is tit at the home of bis la Stanford and his brother Walter Is looking after bill here A jolly fishing party composed of Dr M Thompson Daniel Hester Jerry Baker George Rlgnoy Ed Carey and left hero In two wagons before daylight Monday for the lower waters Fishing creek Mr Stephen Blankoaihlp who was sent homo from Lakeland Asylum to dlo Is very greatly Improved both men tully and physically His general health Is sold to be better than it bee been for six years The splendid rains of Monday and Tuesday came la tlmoto sera vegeta lion Tomatoes are ripening rapidly and Mr McCorty expects to mako a short run In the factory this week ocd next week will start up In earn set So far as your correspondent can un derstand the primary Is and ought to be favored rather than the convention Tbo INTBHIOK JOURNALS able odlto cilia on the subject are being highly complimented Your correspondent nd her people aro for Judge Sauf leys reolectlon It Is a matter of wonder to us tbat our town which Isenterprlilng In most things does not here livery facilities Tbero aro qulto a number of private conveyances It Is true but the owners do not as a rule oaro to biro them out and thus the majority or granting It be tho majority have no way to make the return trip for Instance to county seat though n distance of only 15 miles which makes It very in convenient having to make the trip by roll and staying over night and mush more expensive than livery hire Mlis Bilaabeth McFarland is at home from a visit to Cincinnati Operator Claude Ponnybackor of Somerset Is with his mother Matter John WIl- lIam Dlnoen of Somerset la the guest his grandmother Mrs B C Penny backer Operator J K Crolghton teat ome from Erlaogon James Roy Jr returned to Frankfort Monday Mrs JK Carton and children of McKIn coy are the guests of relatives hero Supt H M Wulto of Lexington was guest at Hotel Pennybaokor Hon R C Warren of Stanford was horn Monday J K Carson spent Sunday wltb bis wlfo and children hero Mr Chrliman Insurance agent of Nicbol asvllle was hero net week Jerry Baker is at home from BurnilUe Tom Hicks and family have moved to Burn side Rev W U Thompson and fam ily have returned from Indiana L W Crclghton wont to Cincinnati Tues day on business Mrs Sophia Davis of Plnevlllc Is qxpocvod soon to visa her brothers W L and J M McCarty Mrs F M Howe Is visiting relatives at Dry Ridge Miss Dora Rtgnoy Improved MasterFount Sweeney con douse very of tarot Fount Dlibon was struck by lightning Mondayknock cd down and was badly stunned He was engaged fn section work on the railroad and bad a steel shovel In his hands MATRIMONIAL Wheeler McElroy and Miss Anna Goocb of McICInnoy wero married in Lexington a few days since William G Boyd and Miss Julia A Smith wero united la marriage at the residence of the brides parents at alley Oak W M Pitman of Pulaski coil Mrs Laura Gooob a handsome widow of this county wore married at Supt Garland Singletons Wednesday Dawson Barnett and Miss Nannlo Wren the pretty and popular daughter of Mr John Wren wore married at IIIngmaoWeilnodav Lexington to make tbolr homo A CURE FOR CHOLFRA INFANTUM Lat May says Mrs Curtis Baker of Uookwalter O an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from ohoero jnfnnturn The doctor had gluon up all hopoafor recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy to the house telling thorn talc sure it would do good if used ac to directions In two days time child had fully leoovercd and 19 now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl 1 have rccoommouileU tIlls Remedy frequently and have never known it to byDAs wo predicted Mr W P Walton bought the Lexington Democrat He U now at homo and will preach democ racy from the of the sun to the setting thereof Desha Brcoklnrldgo will conclude after awhllo that ho ia NewseHenry L Shattuck of Shellgburg Ia was cured of a stomach trouble with which ho had been allllcted for years by four boxes of Clmraborlain8 Stomach and Liver Tablets Ho had proloutly tried many other remedies and a number of physicians without relief For solo by CraiR Rocker Druggists Stanford n LANCASTER The turkey crop Is good and much larger than last year There was rain Monday but not near as much aa Is needed la this vicinity Eld A R Moore will bold a pro tracted meeting at McCreary at an early date Joe Falconer Jr has moved his dry goods Into one of tho lower rooms of Stormes block An open air concert will be given on Mrs R E McRoberts lawn on the evening of 15tb J C Thompsons storeroom on Dan vlllo street has been Improved by a fresh coat of paint Denry Dunan tbo barber has mov ed his fixtures to the second floor of the Haselden block Rev T H Campbell of Brookland Md will preach next Sunday morning at tho Baptist church About 25 couples from Hlatisvllle end Point Leavel held a picnic Monday evening at Neylus pond Mrs Mary Reid has Improved her property by laying a brick sidewalk along the front of her yard Examinations for white teachers will be bold on the 15th and 10th and for colored teachers 22d and 23rd Llttlo Robertson Cook entertained a number of Juveniles Tuesday afternoon in honor of his fourth birthday J I Hamilton sold a horse to a Crab Orchard trader lor 8120 V A lIar bought a mare of J C Slier for 8100 T S Elkln bougbt of dlfleroni trad ore butcher cattle at from 3 to 31c also a lotof fat hogs from A T Traylor at Ole The colored teachers institute will be held at tbo courthouse on next Monday 1Kb and will continuo thro the week The Christian Endeavor and C W B M will servo refreshments in the Park on the evening of tbo 10th Ad mlsilon ISe- W B Burton is preparing to open a livery department In connection with hie sale stable and bas bought some nice horses for that purpose The last quarterly meeting of the year will be held at the Methodist church Sunday Rev W E Arnold of Stanford preaching at both services Fred Frlsblo baa moved hla drug stock to one of the storerooms on Dan yule street Burnett ft Sbugara have located in the building adjoining J C ThompsonDavid of the Paint Lick vicini tv died on Wednesday of a cotnpllca lion of diseases and the Interment took place near his old home on Thursday HJ was about 05 years of ago Another driller Mr Newman of Pennsylvania has arrived and tbo bor- Ing for water contlnuee night and day and with a double force a depth of 400 feet or more baa been reached Tbo Buckeye people express them selves trebly blessed in that they have local option have rid themselves of the two or three bung tigers In that vlcln Ity and hays been visited wltb a number of refreshing rains their corn Ia also exceptionally fine one farmer reporting a field that will yield as much as 14 barrels to the acre- Tboallabjorblog topic Is the dam ago done by the late fire and the query when and how soon will the burned corner be rebuilt Editor Louis Lan dram hew already begun canvassing wltb a paper and a contribution of sev oral hundred dollars was scoured on the first afternoon and If this Interest and public spiritedness continue it will not be long before the debris IB cleared away and work begun on another hand some brick hotel Many have express ed the hope that It will bo finished and occupied before the opening of another yearMesdames M C Myatt of Birming ham Ala and J L Duncan of Toledo 0 are visiting at H M Balloua J A Dpty has returned from Frankfort W T Dlckorson of Cincinnati is with Fred Friable Misses Mattie Smith Battle Lctcber Van Grconleaf anil Mary Shackolford of Richmond con stltuto a house party at Miss Louis Katffmans Mm Armstrong and ton of Frankfort arc visiting Mrs Alex Doty Mr JY Curry and wife Now York aro with Mrs IfI Curry Miss Mary Thompson ia log In Lincoln Mrs W a Elklo ofl Atlanta Is hero Win Marra of KnoxI vlllc is the guest of Mrs John Ander son Mrs E Smith and children of El Dorado Ark arc with Mrs Henry T B Long and wlfojbave taken rooms with Mrs Kauffman MIss AI Ando son has rcturnodjfrom Atlanta M F West of Washington City la expected this wook to visit his mother Mrs J W Sweeney and daughter are at Crab Orchard Rev and Mrs B A Dawes of Louisville are visiting Mrs Luo Sutton Miss Bruce Pumphrey Is ViI iting her sister Mrs In Ham vlslUnJInSallie Ross are at homo again after a visit to Eaton O Mesdamee Leandcr Davidson and Z T Rico are visiting at Crab Orchard Mrs M P Friable is visiting In Danville 2 Miss Scotta Potty lain St Louis Y rr 1 p = = = = =ii W itIt Fave You Been 1 j for a chance to buy a good suit cheap V M tLJ If so now is the time Ifll Wo will sell you for cash any of mir fancy Mi Suits at cost some for less than cost r itAlso our low eat Shoes ffcS Come at once while the picking is good I 1t3i iiITPAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerc- hant I Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing IiiJ i Your money back it jonre not satisfied lJ T o ifflLLEH Danville KB J GREAT LEARAt OE SALE i GreatReduetionsin Prices i THE SALE IS NOW ON I and will continue until entire stock is greatly Z reduced Now is the time to get goods at the right prices at the New York Store iriext door County National Bank ttt lions shoes worth 450 our solo prico 300 liens shoos worth 350 att250 Mens shoos worth 225 our price lGO Mens fine shoes worth 200 will now go at 188 Mens shoos worth 175 now 126 Mens shoes worth 150 special sale 98c Mens 500 suits nt 208 Mens 750 suits at I 448 liens 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made at 650 lions 1200 suits go at 750 Mens 1500 suite well finished guaranteed fit special prico 025 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pauts worth 50c clonrnncc solo price 9c CeRosenstein Co STANFORD KY a OIL STOVES I There is something brand new on the market in tho way of oil stoves and we have it It is the Perfection Wickless Blue Flame Stove This stove is absolutely safe and reliable cull wo will guarantee it to bake your bread just as brown as you want it in a very few seconds It saves time fuel and temper Ono gallon of oilJwilluu one burner IS hours Call and let us show you tho stove t Higgins 8s McKinneyST- ANFORD KENTUCKY Q Spon kSoap and Toilet ArtilesIt III Bargain Sale Now On CraB gSTANFORD 4DticdorA preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odorsjarising from perspiration s It is a suro cure for tho odors from porspiration on any portion of tho body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY r a p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL EC WALTON W P WALTON In Candidate fg r Rtllrosd Commissioner lor lh 24 DliUtct sableet to the wilt of chi democrtev rHHENNINGER Ol WsyneOwntT IsaesndltUte for State Trrai urer sublet to ictloa of the Democratic paly ROBERT HARDING of Vaorllle U i eindMtt for Clnmlt Judge sub ject to the cllen of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer ttn candidate lot fcmiaoawetUhs Attorney In thlij the 11th iudlctat UlitrUt snbjert to the the deU1 party For Congress G G GILBERT Ot Shelby ATTENTION COMMITTEKMEN The members of the executive com ralttee of the 13th Judicial District of I Kentucky will convene at the courthouse In the city of Danville Ky Sat urday Aug 9 1002 at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of determining the time and manner of nominating a dem ocratic candidate for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney for said dis trict R C WARRENChmn 13th Judicial District A LITTLE ITEM THE Danville News has the feminine weakness or parading Itself as an ill used person albeit an artificial person It would like to be accounted a martyr though possibly It lacks the courage and fortitude of a martyr as much as the weakest of us Tula almost ready to cry because of the dark and sinister construction placed upon Us email item of last week in which it proposed baldly and offensively to tempt Mercer county with a bribe This proposition not ex posed by the INTERIOR JOURNAL for the proposition exposed Ita own defor mity being condemnedjjy the public as an affront to public morals this proposition we say is now called by the News a little item oDlylito set forth the delegate cote of the counties composing this dlnrlct Allow us to eay that as an Item of news the matter was quite stale Tbe enterprise which makes a scoop of that sort of news would very soon if not misdirected find out that peace bad been made with SpainThe Advocate would have to buckle on a pair of spurs and get a hump on Itselfpardon tho mixed metaphor in this supreme effort to make ourselves r understood to get in hailing distance of the News aye to get oven a glimpse of its fluttering coattail Will the News allow usto doubt not Its veracity but its memory on this F subject Jupiter does sometimes nod Can not we mortals sometimes forget f Was the little item publlahed as a matter of news Come nowdear friend refresh your memory consult your v note book investigate your conscience CONSCIENCE did we eav That was a r Blip of tho pen The typo also made a 10blunder We shall dlacbarge him If be repeats It But woe it published as S tnews Avo was It There the rub Strange is It not that certain combina Ydone of figures got into this little item i Is It not that in this little re cital it occurred to the astute writer did we say thimble riggers P that was another sUp of peotbat 0 and 8 make 17 If we should walk along the nrceta of Danville no not Danville but some t sinful city and hear a coon sayIICOme six come seven we would suspect I that coon was in training for the great I moral game of craps It would be hard r to persuade us that he was rehearsing aIIlItt1e item of news which be bad gathered In the sinful city of Danville no not Danville but some other city Let us be candid with each other You put you foot In it Mr News and f you Know it You threw out a baits dirty bait it Is true but nevertheless a t bait It was an aStront to an honorable t gentleman nod to the democracy of the- b6unty In which he lives It was con I demned by honest people who read it In printing this little item theNews did not discount the mental discern 4 ment of the public It only mistook its moral sentiment The public saw the signlQcance of the little Itetttand the public spat on it And thats whats matter with the News right now 1the in extremis i Cincinnati CommercialTribune tTUEIs edited in part by a renegade Kentucky democrat says that there t Is no reason why Durelle and Gully should not bo reelected to the court all appeals and no reason why tho repub fMeansshould not have five of tho 11 several rea Congressmen There are r sons but the principal one Is that the republicans havort enough votes to do It MR BOREINO claims that his plural t ity will be 7000 and ho wont miss it far It can hardly be said of Colson t and Parker that they also ran so far behind woro they A WISCONSINevshot one sisters arm oil and anothers foot off with an t empty rUle says an exchange What would have been the result if the gun been loaded IFhlLd t c A WRITER in a current magazine de dares very truthfully that our million aires show a conspicuous lack of origi nality when it comes to disposing of the dollars they have piled up They seem Incapable of devising1 any bene faction beyond the hacTtneyed found lag of libraries or endowing of univer skies Even this however is better than no benefaction at all In the course of time perhaps evolution will pro duce a captain of Industry or a Napoleon of finance who will rcallio that the truest philanthropy after all Is that which gives the laborer tho biro of which ho Is worthy instead of keep- Ing him on Inadequate wages and then making an ostentatious show of altru- Ism with the money unjustly wlthhold from him- MAINE adopted a prohibition law in 1S61 and Illinois ono tho slime year Minnesota adopted its prohibition law In 1862 the year in which Vermonts present law was enacted But Maine repealed Its prohibition law after flvo years trial to rocnact it In 1358 Illi nois repealed Its prohibition law In 1S53 and tho Minnesota law was de Blared unconstitutional Vermont also adopted prohibition In 1S52 and his ad tiered to constantly ever since a pe riod of half a century Vermont is called the pioneer prohibition State on that account An effort is now being made to repeal the law and all other matters are lost sight of In the prohi bition and anti prohibition fight UNCLE SAM has officially declared that the Chicago river is no longer a river but a sewer and ho will no long contribute to Its support This Is- tle first time we remember to have- seeD a river reduced in rank but It Is common for the Kentucky legislature to declare creeks navigable streams al though they couldnt float a toy canoe TilE Pennsylvania railroad expects to spend 100000000 In Improvements during the next three years The com doesnt state what part of this enormous amount will bo spent on Leg- Islatures POLITICAL lIon Ed Parker Issues a card in whloh he says he will never be a nand date again Hon John S Rhea was nominated by aoclamatfon for Congress by the democrats of the Third district the Hon E J Hobdy having withdrawn A primary has been ordered in the 10th judicial district to nominate den ocratic candidates for circuit Judge and Commonwialths attorney It will beI held Oct 4 Alex Conner of Bath county was nominated for Commonwealths attar ney in the democratic primary In the 21st judicial district Allis W Young had no opposition for circuit judge William Jennings Bryan when asked about a statement representing him assaying that ho would not again be a candidate for the democratic presiden tial nomination stated that he had not been fully reported He said that while he was not seeking again the leadership yet if the party should think he was the man be could not honorably refuse It begins to look as if Mr Roosevelt is rapidly driving Into his final political resting place the fatal number of nails anil that in 1904 ho will be compelled to look for a comfortable position on the political shelf Unless the presi dents restless strenuouslty and loeuf ferable egotism mellow down to a con servatlve policy that will enable hit party to wage war along the old lines It Is more than probable that Senator Haona will be the nominee of the Na tional republican convention Lexing ton Democrat CHURCH MATTERS The meeting at Christs church on Lancaster street conducted by Mr Sheppard of Nashville continues Fairly good crowds attend and tho eer moos are said to be fine Eld Sam H Crutcher of Harrison vllle Mo began a protracted meeting Saturday on Jolly Ridge In tho tobacco barn of Dr Davis Richmond Regis terQuarterly mooting services at the Methodist tomorrow morning at 10 oclock and at 745 In the evening Rev J R Deorlng of Lexington will preach at both these services and also Sunday morning and night Roy R R Noel preached the dedicatory sermon of the new church at Scaffold Cane Rockcastlo county Sun day Over 1000 people were present and Mr Noel gave them a tine sermon The entire of tho church was paid off and a considerable sum was placed In the treasury for future work The is a good one and the membership numbers about 75 Rev Noel also three deacons A WOKM KILLER J A J Montgomery Puxlco ICayno Co Mo writes I have little twin girls who have been bothered with worms all their lives I triedeverything to relieve them which failed until I used Whites Cream Vermifuge the first two doses brought four worms from one sot thorn the next two doses 12 one of them measuring 12 inches tbeother child wan only relieved of four worms It is a most excellent medicine Whites Cream Vermifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards all sickness 25c at Pennys Drug Store Adopted by Democratic Committee of Garrard County Aug 7th 1902 Whereas there halt been n call of the 13th judicial district committee to meet nt Danville Boyle county Ky on Sat urday August 0 1002 for the purpose of fixing the manner and tlmo of make log nominations for tho offices of cir cult judge and commonwealths attar ney to be voted for at the general elec Lion to bo bold In November 10D3 And whereas the primary method of selecting candidates has been adopted in tho various districts of tho State as tbo one moat satisfactory and tho one thought to be for the best interest of tho party And whereas wo having the knowledge of the sentiment of the voters in the various precincts of the county of which wearo the accredited members of tho democratic committee to bo ov erwhelmingly in favor of If primary election to settle the contests between candidate AND WHEREAS In our system of gov ernment the sovereignty vests In tho people and they have the right to bo heard through us as their represents tires and mouthpiece as to the manner of selecting and as to who shall be their officers RESOLED that we tbo undersigned members of the democratic committee of Garrard county Kentucky represent log a majority of said committee now assembled in tho county court room in Lancaster Ky instruct T B Robinson the chairman of our comtulttce who by reason of same Is a member of tho 13th district committee which meets at Danville Kentucky August Olh 1002 to VOTE THE VOTE OP GARRARD COUNTY FUR A PHI MARY ELECTION which is the fair oat method ofsettlement of contests be tweeD the candidates and the ono In which all tho voters participate and Without postponement fix the date at said meeting of the committee on whrch tho vote shall be taken and to make It as early as practicable Done In con mlttco meeting Aug 7 1002- B L WOODS Cbmn Pro Tern A copy attest M D Hughes Sec f THIS AND THAT Charlton Alexander Sr a mltiloa alre cloak brqedsr of Bourbon eonaty Is dead Too L t N office at RiiHtllvillt was robbed after the agent bud ben loan ed In a refrigerator- Flfty persons were poisoned by em Ing Ico cream tn Tennessee and four of the victims bave died Fifteen persona ware killed In a eel lision on the Ubteago Milwaukee aDd- S Paul railroad near Collins la Judge I M Quigley of PaduCah who for a time served on the Court of Appeals banobdled at Dawson Springs I have 10 steers for sale will weigh 1200 or 1300 pounds Will deliver of October Jos Balloo aofordaGeorge Hlggs a Jessamine county farmer sold his wheat for 6030 cashed tho check took a nap under a tree and awoke minus a cent About 30 masked white caps rode to the homes of William Goodnight Geo Russell and Vallaco Bottomncar Per yule Boyle county and whipped tnera unmercifully =To say a pleasant word to anyone was almost impossible- I was troubled with female weakness rot tellilaCo NMydiatosllionwasffetedtosuch an extent that toys pltuant word to anyone was almost Impossible ArmUonsoneofllaemcitskilledsurgeons but did not get relief mydoctorsI commenced taking Dr Pierce s farorit- cIreCrl1llon and Golden Medical Dis and alro fol lowed the advice riven in the Common Sense Medical Ad riser aI continued this treatment for three months and today am as healthy ahd weU as a woman ran be I cannot thank Doctor rierce enough for his kind letters to meWomanly diR eases as a rule spoil the disposi because the extreme nerve ousness and suffering they cause Happiness as well as health to the woman whose diseased condition is cured by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription After eight years of suffering and two fruitless o tlon three months use of Favorite Prescription restored Mrs Moscr to perfect health This reat remedy for womans ms establishes- regularity dries weakening drains heals inuaramatiou and cures female weakness The Common Sense Medical Adviser icoS large iu paper covers is sent jive OU receipt of sr one cent stamps to pay expense mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce N y NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 60 acres just outside of the town limits It U one of tbo homes around Stanford and ls well improved with a handsome twostory dwelling Ilan good kitchen and dry cellar Fine water and electric light furnished free Most of the outside fens leg Is kept by other Very little fens log to do Splendid barn a good cistern at door Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Oood roomy moat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the placo J S Huiidley s 5L p t 4u rt tH i 1 i t tij Y 11 i j dH 4 S Q r e N e 10hae1 y aii t0u0 t0t01 0 Ii The Crand Leaders i S ey I tit Cut Price Sale 1 i ii- I t0 For S ono wetk the following rhea will ho in eflwt at this store av Look them over carefully c your trtulo nUll will save you llcmember our locationHemmoney on every It I d All 7 and 8Jo Lawns new jtntloriB out to 5 seats J t All 10 and 12Jo Lawns new patterns wit I t 8J cools t Summer oorsoU cut to fit q 300 walking hat to close out for the Eon son worth from 75c to 8160 ahriet 80o- Lmlios 2iio spats this wook iGo Ladies 350 fuucy Moro 26o New volt pins worth 7Co now SO- oMens flue underwear at 25o n gnnuont J TAllies fine shoos worth SloW cut to 1 r Ladles fine shoos worth 225 cut to 150 l5 Black polish Baby Elite nt 8c lox t itt The Grand Leader 1 f I Hays Levy Props S B Levy ie el s 00 0 00eI I JHBOONECOProprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brooos Old rftaud Depot St STRNTORO KY New and Turnouts at ItoamDaMo hate Special Mtetlo to Travel- Ing ten 1boM o w TIMBER LflND FOR SflLE la order to settle UM partnrsblpbalnea- of Jabu Moat Jr tad J U Heats barlllr4W4 last nectwr we will Uber laid In Adalroounass 0110 acrr yoKy Thu land ooasta between 8900- ee1 sud L000009 fuel ot Poplar Oak W- Iat CltDllt d UkkorY r This treat or laed tl close to the famous oil aeida- or soulr sod u flxGMCItDly w U 1Vayss All or- Ills Idaptd for rto1IItIU pGrSand It is a bsrgtpt- orwese Iud M la ooe cow For paruewlara apply J 0 OOULTBK MtMMMif Ky Ot to K X HaHUa llanafetMrg or Ocar Iloata PaalkMT Ky J Le Beazley Coa Undertakers and- Embalmers 0ya- tao DPAzIn ix Furniture 3IattluK8Rwjs They will Exchange Furniture lee all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR RENT I dcslr to rent my property alluaUcI on 8omen t street H lown oonsut log of dwutnng of wren rootas beside kitchen and arrant room and a tine eel Jar smokehouse chicken Itowa i1liS UUU a good stable and 10 eerue of hydrants one In tbo yard and one fortock I well ind cistern cotyplaod near the loor for repl1lrTASI 11VA111 cl1 Farm For Sale Having concluded to null I will eel my farm of 125 acreS on MIlledROVllle and SlI1nford pike It It In good state of cultivation very good Improvement wo 1 watered with never best neighborhood In Lincoln county For further call on or write to VV A Iettus SlllledcevlUe Ky Dr P W Loftans fARM fOR SALE I It ts located In the West End of Lincoln county Iy on Stanford and Mllledgerlllt pike five mile south of Junction City four miles cast of Huitonvlllo seven miles wet of Stanford und two miles east of Moreland a station on 0 S n It Said farm contains S50 acres ot fertile bluegrass land all of which is In Irasl except about 80 acres and has upon It two mete of lmprovtmenU really two farms in one being In unu con I tlnuoui body but susceptible of division Front of farm has upon It a largo two story brick residence containing 0 rooms a twostory veranda In front large twostory porch on east end of house and a lar e dry cellar This residence Is surrounded by evergreen and forest trees and within CO yards of pike On south portion of fUnD there Is a frame cottage room kitchen spring house barns etc Upon entire premises there are tour tcod tarns Ice house two tenant house and other out buildings Also two good orchards cistern well etc Forty acres In sugar tree wood land The entire farm 1s jinuer good fence trd well watered by Iprlngs ponds and branches running through It One or the barn above mentioned Is 02 by 30 feet 30 feet high and tiered for tobacco The Immediate neighborhood roads ship advantages schools etc are good location desirable Terms of tale will be mado liberal The farm will bo offered In two lots of 100 and ISO acres with Improve ment on each Jot and na a whole If not sold privately will be offered for sale pub licly Sept 10th 1902 at SiSO p m Cht bans patent lonthor Osftmli worth s 17C put Mona fino nil wool pntite would 27C cut tffor this crook 110 Motr fiuo till wool pautziirorlh 3OS ibrrwool 100 Joys long pnuta now pattern worth 150 go 80o Moos nUll Boys Hnu prices thrU will J luuko you our customer Nans fino Cloy worsted suite worth 1200 to our price 860 Mens fino allow worth 00our prico 125 por pair Manager e a Cell rjml soo what vo linvo lOt birthday wodtling gilts otc Our now solootion Ors fers many suggestions to jw I JolrolrySilvorlrnto rntohos nnd Clocks Etc W H MUELLER Prescription Security If you knew all the farts about our prmripUon lrMrtmeat your preKrijtion would come here even our prices were I high which they never arr If you knew the measure take to insure tho purity anti freshness our drugs yOU were familiar with the safeguards tbmw about the cow boundinganti nrtoiM other methods 1lecahtr this star you could not lieup having antini coufWettw the accuracy flf any proeurlptiou put up To IKIW such Nlnleotefull- Pflfis worth something and it costs nothing extra Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Kv Capitol Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tide Institution was originally established La Deposit Hank of titan In ISIS then reorganized lithe National Hank of Stanford In 1804 and again reorganltid as the First National llnik ot Stanford In ISSt having bad practically an uninter rupted existence l years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In ni long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries nnd Corporations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 900000 II Directors J D Paxtoo J ROwsley B II banks WO Walker Oeo W Carter I to 110 to this 1 i at at l es if we of if we to in wo the for Successors to The Farmers Dank tTrust Company and under same management continuously Cfor 30 yearn Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Dissolution Notices Notice It hereby that the Wayne will and go out bustOil k Oas Co Iersons bavin claims against theness will present theta At once I thosecompany settle at once owing t e company T 1v lresldenti a n Woatherford Sec Trea FARM FQR SALE having concluded to quit I will pelt my farm of US acres on Ilustonvlllo Uddleburg pike I miles from lIustonTllle of cultivation well Farm Is tn a lstate wAtered and le Improved with now dwolllng lea gOOd a large of 8 room Considerable tobacco barn a bnrnc or thus land Is virgin poll part JOAN McDANIEL melds Store I will sell entire stock of goods attnli place Opal itand to sell good Stanford Ky Officers T J 9 IIOCKEK treat JJ MoIlOHEIlTd Cbr W II WEAKEN Ilkpr Directors P Reid Llneoln Oo 81X Harris Lincoln Co J B Meeker Uofloin Oo W P Walton Lincoln Orf J H Collier Orab Orchard M n Blraoro Stanford H H Ilauglimao Stanford T I Hill Stanford Jas Robinson lIubble J If Ilauxhmnn Stanford W r Taco Stanford i For Round Trip 1Officers B 0 SHANKS President J D OW8LEY Cashier VW M nniOHT Asst Cashier I C cS O ROTTTB JPopular Excursions to old Point comfort and Ocean View Va i I 13 Good 15 Days I in000OLainjDfUco Phoenix Hotel Loxlncton AOEOWDAR THE IHT1IORJOIMAL STANFORD KY Aru H 1002 A In fllllntr your prescriptions wo uso tho right medicines In tbooxuot propor hone and with proper caro Wo could aoddo better If yon paid us double tho price whlob lanlwnvfl reasonable Poop ny a Druj 5lorePERSONALS InriNK NRWLAND la driving the Ix praee wagonHCat o IOn are at Liberty I HOWARD COLE1 tit returned to Ifas tf llerne4dtTuue1uy Mu n b GnKpORY returned to OovInRton yeaturday- MiSa IDA KINO of the Wen Hod li r with Mln Abblo Lutes t Miss SALLiE IoiB of Loulivllle 11 wltb Mre JS Hundley Mil AND Mtts DoitACB DROWN are at Grab Orchard Sprloga IlllnoroaYed tathisJB55E D WEAKBN was In Casey this week workloj Insurance MISS LULA CnmsTMAN li vltltlnR relative In Danville ibis week MISS BnssiB DAWOM loft yesterday to GlMltswith her sister Mrs L L Doty M ts ANNUl M IIIEU IEYTON U bank from a visit to Richmond frlondi Mn AND MRS JUNIOR H HOCKHIt of Ltuttbavlllo wore hero Tuesday of ternounMiSBllBSfiin MruHn of Richmond toppvd over here en route to Mam moth Cave Miss MARY Deficit rotorgad yotter day from a delightful visit to Lazing ton relative MKB THOMAS A KICK cntortalnMl at tea la honor of Mn W H Kill on WadnedayrerisgOCR Prof Matthew t Dawion Uaghaa bn been appointed atitw r el LaacatMr- MK AuiwtT KIKNBH of Bow Vtita called 4Ur4y awl dropped a dollar lute oar ooffM- tMm FANMIB REDO who bai t vista Miss Stella fllll rttacMd Orofcartl TaMdajr 1Ovaii MAHI AICT WOOM the tic 4 1JMr of Mrt J C Re1e Ie over from Qbrrard oi a yllt M lair MM BIT BBUJI ROOT bA remrn ed from Ohtauve wborb graduated at MIe MeCow sebdol DKV GobMYitiN will be at tk 9 tod nod taa rrow nAo6MM GRANT UILTOK U wt from KtmwMtf Plaoe 0 ap Bdlag a 1s vi wtk wlh Mr Jamas Hilton JULIAN BOCRKK will BO to taxing ten soon to tooateawl practice law lie win opke with Col W 0 P Brtokln ridget lLORHHCK1rncrnnRKT and Virginia Bourne are back from a pleas ant vlilt to relatives at lIaoo ton I W Va Missus SARA BAUOHMAN Mattle i Hays Owilejr and Sara and Jennie Lynn are vliltlng In Danvlllo and attending the fair Miss CLARA GRIFFIN bu raWrnc to her home at Livingston after a pleasant lilt with Miss Bla Fulton of this place Mn T T MARTIN and handicraft r wife are over from Lexington spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mr Max Martin Mit JAMBS FUYR ol Quitonvlliewa hero Wednesday returning from Knox oounty where ho had bens to look nf ter hi oil Internet MRS JAMBfl P IIOLDAM of Crab Orbhard was hero yesterday She wa accompanied by handsome Miss Mar garet Bailee of Somerset MR Join GIIISON n substantial Pu laikl county farmer pont several dlI with friends hero Ho was accompan led by Meson Goltz Gibson MR A J DROWN of Harrodsburg tho clever mule buyer was hero terdar Ho wit bo hero Monday buy mule colts for W C Terhuno MISSES ILA QOIDAM of Crab Ore ard Llna and Nan Porch of Somerset and LaVeco Carr of Glasgow form very pleasant house party at thp Mine Mcnefeo MRS MAGGIE flonus and younge children left this week for Mexlc- e where the ttke a postlon In a hospital Mill Lonna and Joo will loon fol low Centra Record MISS OLUB SMITH and Mr Everett Green of Cincinnati and Mrs W T McPherson and children of Cincinna ti are guests of Mrs W Harfla Craig had Mime Bottle Wilson In Boyle MR P T ARNOLD of NIchola county Is with his brother ROY W I E Arnold Hoi looking for a farm and thoad of our readers who have them to sell might do well to sea him JTHOMAS CHERRY the clover eec rotary of the Brodhead Pair Assoc tion was here Wednesday advertising Ho sayS thu next will bo tho greatest fair Brodhhead has over held Tho date le Auf 20 wand 22 MR UANICIN ROSSELL and too Ray of Carlisle are spending tho week with Mr and Mr A E Gibbons Mr and Mrs F K Trlbble and wlfo and Mr P J returned least night from Dripping SprlnKI1AdvocaLe a K s MR GKOKOE B COOPER has been LioMissard U visiting relatives hero Miss FRANCES WILLIAMS of Jeffer gonvlllo le with Mr Joe S Rico yoaterdayvlllc QDOItuE McAllSTiH grown almost Sterlingwithroan vllILlntInTrol oftSSaetAlaintore Oct Oyntblanatb SBurchdnuJhLorMetives hero returned to their homo In inois Yesterday MRS Jt q RICB delightfully enter med the younger sot last nlgtit In pf her guests Misses Garnett of Cave OILy and Williams of Jefferson vlllo givenbyMine Porch of Somerset Carr of asgow and Holdam of Crab Orch last night report a delightful Lima It was a brilliant occasion acLOCALS FnBSlIlhh today T a Willis CWlmILyleInTRCasHB AM kind and alien Low est prtMM Craig ft Hooker MONHAY b snooty court day Gall In cad see us and tell DI iomo news 550Qavlllesaid to Ile lee l A SRWMt It belog laid down MTMI frMN BtvghnaVi4 will to the toerek A Rood kiN TMW oOoc bee aces eampittail Ite sixth tale oataloga e In the lass WMth ocheklalsr Ornltafrok In111tlDIay godwill be glad to do any and all work In OPPOtlLoDl8gbmanl TUB trustees of the graded eeh IftlbankIrloeatooleas qxperlonotid teacher and has the legrlglaallfromgentleman I WILL sell at public auction county atdabout one ones on Lancaster plko A good well cad stable Lot can be di aucyVanDeveerr LINCOLN snooty will certainly have her quota of faire this year Besides the Crab Orobard and Duitonvltlc ox lilbtllons the latter place to have a dayeaodAag on re tbo great and only Lincoln and Garrard colored fair hit P W LOGAN oftamhusplondrd ly Improved and fertile farm for salo It II wolf located near C S railroad and le a beautiful homo Improvement splendid and quality of soil a rich IIm steno well adapted to hemp tobac and the cereals It le a ono bluegrnee totract well arranged for handling stock aghed of burledaat ay morning She leaves a husband and five grown children Mrs Wilder w Preebytorlobeen married 45 year AliODT OttTho Central Oil Gas A Mining Cos well on J W Bang h moos farm will likely be shot Alas a ger Goodlng tolls us Drilling coot a ues without much Increase of ells Tho Buffalo Co havo abandoned their xellon Mr E T Pences farm but will drill another They wont through 41 layfoundHOUSE ROUIIED Whllo at tho Dan vlllo fair rcstorday the reildenco of robbod hounds from Wllraoro wero sons for closebycabin at first denied that ho had boon LbathehoLolen lubcrlptloous by settling anTaEhero the week of the 18th Prof M A Casildy of Lexington will bo tho con ductor HORSE SALeMr R E Leo Sims sold at Dinvllle yesterday to Clarence C Harris of Lexington bis ro dby a ton of Pence for 81000 I WILL be at Stanford Monday next county court dav to buy mule and horse tofu and yearlings Have your nook la town W 0 Torhune Har rod burg RBV QUOKUBO BARNES Is visiting Mr W B Holmes in Danvlllo and will SundayTHE 01Co has abandoned Its lint well pear Baileys Swltb Knox county and will sink a number of shallow wells on various portion of their territory s WHAT has become of your Mt Ver non corroegondent and why dont bo alm06tdally IItormHayshomo bllboad14 Tho door had been left open on count of the hot weather THE INTERIOR JOURNAL covered herself all over with glory by getting OriFair They are hustlers over there and know bow to handle such Contra Record TUB Liberty fair catalogue are In the hands of Secretary G R Wilkin son Write blmlf you wish ono The opntaln SI pages anjTart full of got4 premium and readable advcrlitoaeow aDtiSOWIIILB wniklrg all the railroad near Marwood the other day Avteb Grla 1was painfully If lOt dangero l1 hurt A tap from au oil nap of a passing so gins Hew off aed toruttk him over one lets eyes A fearful gash was out and IOf la thought that be will certainly sees the sight ol the number NOTICB libds the ef the Central Ky Ken tAte Exehaage to Moare ontloos on that class of property where the owner exoeedlngly anxlovt to tell or le foroed to sell and thereby tiecure a low pries M same aad hold out Reaodd tee bargains o1c rooIIDverIrof consumption and was burled in the altoofr Mark Col 11s of Lexington She was a daughter foyr in April last THE Liberty bras band which is ono of tbo most promising young musi blcal organisations In the State starts out Monday for a circuit of the fairs It will make music for the Russell Columboyweek then Libor JustbouJhtsome 60 odd pieces of the newest m sic AT her handsome country homo from 4 to 0 oolooJc Tuesday afternoon loIn John B Foster entertained a small number of congenial friends in honor of Mrs W E EIUot Nanhyllle An elegant luncheon was served and result of the marked ability of the h tees to make all feel perfectly at bono and happy while within her doors a spentc by dames Lou B Shanks Eliza Blain J McRoborts T J Foster Wm Sev erance C E Tato J W Hogln J Baughman J W Baughman and MI Anno H Shanks WE call the attention of our reader to tho advertisement of the columnd alp the front rank as an educator Under his e chant management our college bids ft to recover rte old tlmo prestige and popularity as ono of the best schools In the State for the higher education of girls and young women It lea r thing that both patrons and pupils aro pleased with the work done in a school but so far as wo havo heard overpb was delighted with the work done at the college last session President Pinkerton is a Kentuckian IILo the manner born a cultured Christian gent man a man of strong positive ptret ality a competent experienced and successful educator just tho man we think to mould the character train the minds of our children this community wo believe will stand greatly in Its own light If it does not rally to his support and glvo him patronage needed to make the LboI onto again ono of the leading echo- for girls In the South BCROLARS entered T Cbeoault Wil lis kitchen the other night and helped HourITHE directors of the Crab Orchard fair will meet Saturday for the purpose of a general settlement It Is not thought that the Jots on the exhibition towrfegood consid ering the big outlay for track and a Tbo Hustontfllle fal wilt deniers its usual dividend of be Intormod Announcement f Stanford Graded School Fall Term J902 welleown too much regretted to be mentioned here have renders it Im possible for tho Graded School to bo opened regularly before January In view of ie tart that this delay will disrupt Uo classlilcatlon of the school and work a great hardship districttby consent of the Board of Trustees have organized for the purpose of conducting the school on tuition plan until the now building Is completed this arrangement the following agreement n entered into between the teachers and tho Board of Trustees rigtllymade by tim former Superlntoud ant and uro to follow strictly the Course of Study already mopped out 2 The Board la to the work done la our schools at the rogular opening of fire Graded School In January giving fullacredit for same LIon whereas pupils who do not attend our will only be ac wpted and graded In January upon n rigid examination ataOfthat their finances will it they will allow toe salaries of the ta her to bert tltereby slim inating the netortity tea paying tuition It U the desire of the leathers to actionNso great that no parent In the district eta afford to let his children miss the opportunity After much discussion and consultation they have agreed on the following RATES OF TUITION tat and 3d grades 81SO per mo M Ith tad 5th grades 200 per mo flih 7th and 8th grade 250 per mo High school 350 per mo Incase two or more pupils from one family attend school a reduction of 10 per cen6 will be made from they rites ot tuition No allowance will be made for Ab sence except for sickness of pupil and only then In cUt the pupil is sick for two consecutive weeks or more jmonthlywhatever can be made from this rule presentedhoPupils cannot be continued In school If these hills are t settled by the middle of the inOLtl at least The rooms In which those schools will bo conducted will be announced later The textbooks will be the samo as those used in tho Graded School last year The school will bo opened on Monday Sept 1 1902 The school day will begin at 800 A M and will close at 1230 v M Pu ltls will be expected to their lessons largely nt home PIfIIllIe lnrlty and will be OlltOtod of thistyeelve full credit for their wonk in Jan uary Excuses for absence or tardl isuThe following teachers will be in charge Mrs NannieS SauUeyHigh school Mrs M J Cochran Olh 7th and Sib grades Miss Esther Butch 4th Und 5th grades gradeMisr andosIt is to be earnestly hoped that the patrons of the district fool Inter ost enough in their children to lend their hearty cooperntlon and assis schoolJdren from getting half n year behind in their grades Such a condition deeeIt looks hard for tho people to be both a school tax and tuitionpay realize that this Is truly a burden but we teachers hope considoraHlsdilemma in which wo arc placed By the unfortunate state of affairs which exist wo two deprived of half a years ofirpeople glvo us their patronage in this enterprise Tho distinctive points of advantage arcera1 Our work will bo thoroughly graded Pupils will get credit for thou odywork 3 Wizen tho now building is com nothingtoundisturbed ooawhich event those who afro already In attendance can go right IUt their work unmolested while those ifcadIn at all upon n rigid examination covering the work to that time For particularspall on or address MUS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Principal Stanford July 902 I 1 11 jOurOur Prices are Right Ladies Oxfords at re duced prices to close before tho seasonJK Is over Kl tNety styles in winter shoos ara nrriyingv Come inv Valid see them now and got posted On whAt to buy Cummins McClary t tI i NEW LOT HATS Itl t Latest styles In felt and crash 1 jJfllQ lQi t 0000II tSpecial Shipment Negligee Shirts S Neat light colors and tan These arete tho very newest things In the marketJJ t cgotten out for the fairs resorts etc eiy 1 t TERMS CASH ta fi II H J McRoberts II tI ltmim1abG gn iLm i27 1tTa I The Winding Up of our spring and summer 1usilK ness presents an to gjijVII 1 The Beginning t the fall season finds us with Ji Wof what you need for early rti Seo us for cottons cali I COOS percales ginghams etcII Severance Sons J XXth Century It Freezer No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO j O L CARPENTER W n WITUER9 WALL PAPERREDUCED IN PRICE You cant afford to miss seeing OKI fill line of Furniture Carpets and Rugs It will please you Call and see Withers Furniture Co lffTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford at teynddaet matt- erysybttaisaTuoiya cud Trx dv4- T SI PER YEAR CASH Cllr Whn not so0aldemOO Will fcecnirced III iIi1KNOXVillE DIVISION No 71 Train going North 1148 am I 20aIt II ItrM 580 a m KoM It a IMS am No 23 It t IIM1202 pm For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION I No 4 lesres Stanford at Assn NoVtTsrrlres stStinforJ IIS a m No 21 lean Stanford at 280pm J A 8 PRICE Surgeon DentistlUcBobortiDrng Store tn the Owsler 111omfOTlOP linlldlcf A JONES DENTIST j Stanford Ky Offlc over HigRina h McKlnnoya Stor 01INEW LIVERY STABLE s W BURKE it SN Pros JUNCTION CITY KY 3FiatOlas Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Mon Qratn and Hay For Sain A M BOURNEj Lancaster Ky Oilers bee services as duotoinoer to the peoplo of Lincoln County lie will pleae both in work and- price Write to Mm MONUMENTSPVllE ZINO H White Bronze Is to stone Nee monument baMneei what the Improved drophead sew lngmachlne U to the old or the palace car is to the old stage coach It lt e advanced thought of the age It la Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and restlo ot your ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap Please hold your order until you can Investigate U J C McWhorter Agt OKAIt ORCHARD KY J+ + t4C f Y rf tThTiI4T- AXEIt EMBhLIIER And Doatoar In KABNESS S e DDLBZl 0 Stanford Ky c DR RGOLDSTEIN Bye Spedi list of LoaUrllle will be at t I Voranda Hotel at Stanford r t FridiyariBiirdiji Augnsl 8 U rNow the time Dont best oyes examined and t1i1M11yolir adjusted Dont neg I ct yodr cMldrena eyes Office hours h m to 5 po m k 1 Y E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdwiii TITLE CO Stanford Ky No I Heu eaDil lot In Sunfordflte roomlban the geedg gI otlaboorbodporch in rear Oood lor small lam clow to charenea ntd MboOL uy Frke Sa No J Small farm IT anl 8 mlllt from Iotan ford ItoHUOl feurgood rooms back porch a nt I Ttramla hood barn and other wilMlnits In gool repair Cut in ilx iWOi wen rented all acre la onesapIn fruit trees rat In craIL fought ateommlulaseraselaat bargain aol- be an told at bargain pore to and rbunh told for 110 nd lrice tab r acre Mod aJJololug SO Thlalaabargain- No llouwamllotln Stanford rouse ron taint Ore geom hood stable and 5 am of 1001 well fenced tine of ptetllwt building lots In too In other cotu or 2 storr room front could asm be tbluiJe a beautiful mull have moneyowner No 4Two itotf frame dwelling 7 rooms h1I and veranda Used g rdtn rearing and Soon la good repair For slaor rent Vilct reaionaM No 1I1I0use and lot in Stanford Three rooml Hood garden and stable O npilrontlprh cheap No 7 House and lot In Stanford IS ltorles I roo coal garden smoke and coal houses onl1 m 0 s Farm of sOacrra2 milts Iron Stan ford on county road M acres In cultlTaUoa M rea orchards and rest In timber Two In pasture JOOdSlO and witbuUdlnp well small cottages b watered ahd fencing good Hs can loOugblat your pries as owner lltis In IDdlanJO- III and mutt hats money Jo t farm of man four miles front SIa1 tbe county SUly acres In 1091laweJ neer barns and ant01It1l botb FgrosntspkefpoIktRhrlhtTttftattme- nd enough I1mbtr to only 20 minutes drive front Ibe wnreeccentlyreffusedInneracreVeoaerrtg Ibll t t7 50 per acre Noll29 acres land with neeewary Ipree uenti mile from Stanford Dwelling has f6ur lerands d b Urn barn Hnohoonis W twlfrednd fxnced and bulldloaeti io good repair IMc reasonable NolJDwriUneofsIx sad rorch outbuildings garden Also large t 0cccssary lory store room fret lower room lupplled aetc PaterIndwellings- oreroomalwclolernandwell on plate 5alllot arkofstore One mile tjttnlord Illilldlngt In dwelling originally cost ttuo fsTortaTtrIt e WI1 sell bolt for eS Dr will rent or sell separately No 1XMO acre farm yt mile of Crab Orebai K Brlrk dwellliHs rooms two tenant bouly to Urns well and near dwelling Farm la hleh state ot culllratlon 1W arms riser bottom- Iaad good fencing fruit etc 1rlc11760 an ac No 11100 acres ol laud on Lancaster atrtlosprings In rats no irerenrenta Crab Orchard opposite e l stock abuadanje Mk water 1rettltstbulWlngslteln No 15A nice cottage and lot on tancsst lireet Stanford roams cistern etc loft OO wit add or tltJU No I6 1Aaereof land In Madlsea count Ky Dulles South of Richmond and 1 miles or KlnJltoo blae betten Big turnpike nd uldy Creek road known u the CoL It farnl frame buIldings stock barns onilmlldln water and one of finest ene Inogt InKentucky In yard tits sU ck farm tbe scanty for the money Price O per sere No I1A farm of 1M acres near HuitonTlll welling of eight rooms hill Teranda etc Uoe ttoat haue stack burn Urge tobacco barn ethor outbuildings Cistern and good we In Jrd sad water In erery field on the place cst seven Odds and first lw land No as Farm tf Ise acres sttuste1 near King lie Ky so urn In culttratlon Dla timterrei a two goal burns and othor Dwelllorompanttenew aDd C S depot keandeeeunty road and ts the most dlrabl lmI tn that section Ws will sell the whole tsno parcels of not Ins than sere- ilpurchaser to This li certainly cheap property No 1IIFrm of 75 acres near Waynesburi Oetllnc good bun ate Well wanted fenclt od buildings In Productive Ilini Ione land In good netrhbarbood close to school don good road Price 700 NoIU firm of 809 acres to Lincoln count Cbree good dwellings S good buns sad other out illdlugi each house tern etc about the cent or 100 acres All on CAuntr road yt mile fnun cburb school and IAT well and ell iterrd This Is a good tobsrco firm and woul uit two or three f nilllea that might want to come- froUl the same neighborhood Irlce reasonable So sA farm of acres In Casey county One and onehalf ltor dwelling with six room Cood barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres 0 lllrallon 46 terra In timber fruit trees Ie Lay well oa county rod close to cburekw scbool etc 1rlce only So 58Karm ol IIS acre In Cssey county Twi ry frame dwelling two mod barns od othe tkulldlDgs In tollleoo- land and In good community A bargain at No KFarasufllSacrn In Case county Dew two story S room Iran dwelling and ol- ddl1Iallo fair condition Urns and other out buUdlDItI On county rod splendid tobaeeo land elt watered two wells spring etc This lId Me tome Prise Sl5nO No Mr1fty acre near Pleasant Point Frame house s rooms and liarn and othei Ibtilldlngis Sarrwiln eulllratlon rest In tin her Well wed Sal yards from poslofflcaschoo nd church lays well on pike and c 000- 1wunlly Ira Wa- Ve bate buyer for MO or aoo acre farm innate tlODl one to three miles tram town Also buyer ab3ut lee aerss situated from one to lour mildf- rom town with or without improTemcau Ah buyer for an J8600 to Ito 068 fun clow to town No IS Four houses and loU In Kowland Prlre y Neb No It MH anti of land near Crab Orchard M Two strr hejue t enema bsUTenoila see land aJet8lDtla Stantord ITsp rt lajoudrepair ta In IHS U tern at home rneajte60- o n tlewe of Ire roouis porch bee ore of and eel good stable One ruin town lrtoo m 01 Fro oft acres miles Cram Stanford Ia we d dll of niuwl 2 Jiorebet 2 harm nee an toe ixtra lah1eond nineowitabed ilbeds tolacihe- daayrtiUy arranged far rln I tftbacc AIM- heanerr Nnpk kuse ern tilt Flue urd- Feadelln good rewlr Well watered 2 cisterns etc This aria his been occupied by a former own Ii year nd Is well prewrred and InpruTM li 10 nf11011 church school IiatsdI- gortor for luaU rent and la cultivated n whist tobacco and oloTe Title perfect tpr sec oau100 as eouaty records will VUIse41ferMMO- o Dwdllagof4 rooms with 20 seres lead In wtalld hoed barn and oeeeeeary outbuild I 2 wril In snl orchard arid t sew In nwbctrtea Immullatepotsaatoa Price N ffi Fvw el acres Uhf Crab Orchard rtsiery frame dwelllDgof rooms hall ad narnawokedoueeeta la repair- Iwataredcgoatorcharl Cut In hkll ee in wheal acre earn a la timothy rest 10 rats Pree 111 Ute No III Frame hotel large rooms double reran d hallway Etc A large 2 story stue room Ilagtreat W feet Duo hotel tip stoics wits lot ordwdllog 2 alee eetUffsa steely furnished PI wed ind painted 4 room t and veranda eatb A rea barn n same lot used as avery stable Good cllilw Vat lot ao laI g 18 feet trust by 280 f deep All of this property Is tn London Ky1 alld ba sue ebnce for acme ono to mate sseney ltO Nor has refused to rent property fr per tJr nn account of HI bit wlfc only lIa hr proprietor desire to exchange fnilnu in Utwuia county CECIL CKTR0N Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealer and Honiara of SODA POP and all kladsof soft drinks Write for prices A BIT OF NEWSPAPER HISTORY Every friend of Col W P Waltc and no man In Kontuoy has mereIII teeing good over his triumphant vie tory over his enemies In Lexington who tried to wreck hie newspaper and bit individual fortune by defplcable methods Col Walton made a mistake In associating with himself In tho Morning Democrat enterprise a lot of iilfsocklnc poll lcI Ho ought to have turned them down from the ou sot or Indited that their stock be pu Into a pool to be controlled by blmelt The successful conduct of a newspapor Is essentially a oneman affair A newspaper that may be subjected to tho varying eelQeh whims and caprices ota number of owners Is sure of trouble of many kinds and a property of this kind which a number of local poUU clans feel they have reason to con trol Is In a lamentable fix lor pollLl clans are as variable as a weather VAne Their Interests of today may be wholly changed tomorrow by the manouvers of the political chess board and lIelash ly they are very likely to want the newspaper In which they are Interost ed to change policies as often as tbey do The political friends and allies of today may be flying at one anotho throats next week Men may usolato themselves together In a newspaper en terprlso this year as patriots for the promotion ot a great national cause pledging themselves to eschew local and factional Isues and before the end of tho year some of them may be undermining the remainder and ready to destroy the property and turn If over to the enemy unless they are permitted to use It for some selfish end This was the history of the Louisville Dlspatc vhlch was organized for a most worthy purpose but with never enough eapl tal and therefore against tho carnest protests of experienced publishers Its spits stock was held In small sums by polItical sympathizers with no man uQlclently Interested to control tho taper The Dispatch after a few year rifted Iqto the bands of a corrupt set of Loulevtllo politicians became political harlot was sold out In the ioebel campaign to tho republlcai Qnd their allies and soon after died Democrat was cstabllshc at Lexington because of the need tbere of a democratic newspaper Col Wale ton an able fearless and long succes ful journalist of Stanford was oflere tho place of editor and manager at a andsomo salary Ho accepted but ho mado a mistake in not demanding a once a majority of the stock in his own nomo and that tho remainder of It bo pooled and held In trust for the common benefit of all the stockholders In a few monthe he realized his error aDd signed but alter a time the Lexlng ton opportunity being an Inviting one- he concluded to buy a majority of tho stook and resume control of the papoi leanwhllo tbo numerous small stock alders bad taken up divers interest and a low of those whose stock Col Walton did not buy have been makln life a burden to him Now however he has acquired the wbolo property id U going Into tho work of rcRcner ntlng It with characteristic energy and In time he will succeed but mean whil he must live down tbo mistakes of- moro than two years Owcnsboro Mca senJler A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Colombia by Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Chas II Utter a prominent pity sclansof Panama Columbia In a recen letter stttci Last march I had a patient a oung lady of 16 years of ago who hat a cry baM attack of dycsuntery Everything I prescribed for her proved Inef- feotlla1 and she was growing worse every hour Her parents wore sure the would- die She had become so week that sho- Cluld not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for- mo but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Oboera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as f last resort proscribed it The most won derfulresult was offeoteii Within tllht- bours she was feeling much better Inside of Ihreo days she was upon her feet gad at the end of the week was entirely wol- lFor sale by Craig ft Hackers Druggists St nford eqA- BTONKThe last excursion of tho season will be run to Atlantic ClLY- from Lexington and Central Kentucky points Tburiday Aug 14 via the ChBlakeako k Ohio Rail way and Wash- Inaton D O The round talp rate will be 814 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling and correspondingly low- rates will be made from other Central Jouwoky point Tickets good 12 days- from sale O W Barney Lexington e4WATCH FOIL A CHILL owever slight at this time of year and In his climate it tutu forerunner of- malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out holing even comes before the chill Herbine by its prompt slJmu- Jative action on the liver drives the 011- 1larlal germs out cf the system purlflts the blood tones up the system and stores health COo at Ponnys Drug Store f Tie wrong for any maid to bo Abroad at night alone A chaperon she needs till she Can call some chap her own- Philadelphia Press 1 PLEASANT POINTWe had a very good rain Tuesday morning which lve were In great need of Miss Ella Brooke has begun bor school hero and has good attendance John Dyo is recovering from evero attack of typhoid Miss Bertha Jenklnl is on the sink list Master Fount Swoe ney Is ill of typhoid fever Misses Hm ma Routon and Ettzxbelh Dyo have ro turned homo from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives at Arabia I y Miss Maggie Singleton and brother Josiah bavo returned from a plealant visit to relatives In Casey Misses Cis sy and Suslo Murphy are contcmpl log going to Cincinnati soon Mrs Tom Alford Is on the puny list Rev Thompson and wife have returned from her fathers Oliver Johnson wife nnd children Bra visiting friends at Oak dale Teen The Vatican authorities express surprise on learning that the friars In the Philippines had disposed of most of their lands It Is stated In Washlo ton that tbo United States government was cognizant of this and that Gov Taft had testified before the Senate committee that the landa had been conveyed to syndicates A total of 1005 aeof cholera developed In Manila from March 20 to May 1C according to government Ita tlstlcs There were 800 deaths Tho board of health of tho Philippines hae Inaugurated a crusado against tbe house fly for responsibility In spreads the plague The Queen S Crescent Route w III tell tickets at rate of one faro for tho roundtrip on account of Lexlneu Horse Show Fair nnd Carnival Elkl at Lexington Aug 1110 Incluelv tickets good returning until AuglStbI tsk Voket agents for particular W 3 Klnoarson O P A Tho best physic Chamberlains Ston Rch and Liver Tablets Easy to take Measant in effect For sao by Craig J locker Druggists Stanford A Tall Clock For Sale I have a tall Hood 0IWycarold lock for tale It kee correct unto merino Lapuley Ilarnctta Ky FARM FOR SALE I11l1ot to Mil lilT farm of 36 arm If coon and Crab Onhar Ikes four miles from Stanford Improve menta rood All Will el rea maWe A It MATIIENY Stanford 4t FOR SALE j I have a 13howe Traction Engine also new Shredder for tale You can rta har gala GIIAf Corral UllledgeTlile lit BROWN 3 BROWN Attorneys ntLaw Office In Masonic Dldi SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice la all the Stale Court ads 110 United Suite aad Ilankraptcy Courts lleuttoflt made and promptly remitted lason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid hblo Every hlng first class Porter meet all trains 80 FOX S LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE Jones and Mules constantly on hand aod- tor sate at all times Loran Wood Manager GREEN mVER WOOllEN MIItLB Phil Casoy Co Ky Mfrs of Jeans Cassincttes LJnscys Flannels Blankets Yarn we make a specialty of roll oardlng and also of yarn single 2 ply or 8pJfi In any color Isaiah Whlto of Stanford hag tampion of itir goods and will ship your woolanll- save you freight H istonvillc Property for Sale I will otter at private gale my property cl atod on the north of Main tilde of Oolleec street In IluilonTlllo 1y oonsteUnR of hotel and livery stable aod vncact lot This roperty well arranged for hotel or boarding house And- livery stable having on same a nice baro flxT5 and all outbuildings uec64arj tor hotel and livery purpose good vacant lot for private mldpnen If desired EfJrlatlolt water In abundance Property welt arranged for that k tow rented for If you want good paying property In RnaLeyillo call on or addreI Carpenter UMWI yme ICy REJ 1 e That soaillod cheap insiminco is the reft thing on otirth That n dollar saved in the pre mium may cost you a hundred in a loss That only solid cash in sights anti experienced nmuugoment guarantee mire indemnity That insurance in the Homo of New York can bo relied on Jesse D Wonron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Gnrrardnoylo and Ocioy Counties Kentucky t STATE COLLEGE Of KENTUCKY IThe Agricultural Mechanical State College Collego of Kentucky offers the course study viz tA rlcullurlll Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Phllal nntR tnuloglcal Physiological Normal School Clae boat Mechanical KncltiMirliiir trlcal Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Koglnosrioij of which cx tends over four year and leads to n degree Post graduate ouunHf of study are ulso f provided leading eaCh to a masters degree Each OOUfH of study li organized un dor a separate faculty Tlio general faculty numbers more than 40 profeescrs anti instructorsCounty Appointee receive tuition room rent In dormitories fuel and lights and if they remain JO months traveling w The laboratories and museums arc largo well equipped comprehensive and mod ern The last and the preceding Legislature appmpnisletl tooOOO for a collego home for young Womos anti fJOOOO for halt and gv nnaslum lot mot Military tactics and science are fully provided for and resulted by Conrm Graduates from bite sevrrsl courses of studr find excellent positions and liberal remunerations The demand It largely in excess of lift ability of the college to the matriculation list Will Ml For catalogue method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission to JAMES K PATTKKSON Ill IM LL D President Or to D 0 Fit AZEK Uuilnois Agent y LrJcixoTtiN Kv Examinations befjln Sept 8 1902 Fall Term beD In Sept 19 1QO2 Stanford Female CollegeTlw XHh annualhexagon of UIIII will known and popular Day ami Hoarding School for Girl will OMII 3eltt 3 For eatalag addrrae ftJ Plukcrtoti PrcNldctit Stanford Kciituclcy a I IPHHUffSfVftiYBODY XS GOMM PRELIMINARY GflTlLOGU lHow REflDY APPLICATION ft J Iw Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky Ileaatlfally situated In the hlue gras region lies advantages that no other female college In the State affords Just closeduue the aunt MMcnsful session la lit blttorr The only teraalecollege In Ifentaeky that keep a faeuItr denIovalof graduate of die University of Mleblgan inn Arbor Oolasnbla University NY Vanderbilt Val verslty aod other of the worlds greftt et Mjhooli with record unsufpaKwt as instruc ton Music doparthltlot r pnallyItmoll with lnrtraetere from the greatest censer asd general equipeent of betiding Seat edsse Prtluen ajIlluitrated the president on hU travels la Hgrpt 1alotloo andKuropo tkk t nets almott unknown Good taW No tray teacher Need furliaiiilniDpntUkRu CARSON PENCE DEALKUS IX a Carriages Buggies tons Wagons Buck t boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes ITrr1CnRiSTlArl Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Sooslon Opens Monday Sept 1st The pr el lont is n gnultmte of Kentucky Uutvorsitjr nail ho spent several yonre in the College of Gorman vhoro hoIQo otired his lagrc Ho Ims for souls time hall Druko Unlvoraity Des Moines Iowa ITS will be nseistcd hu ftill corps of oxporionoed teachers BRDILLEHAY DA1TVILLB KY Manufacturer o- fERICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement ot O Write For Prices fttDUGED JiflTtS Phae oolnlectcylwith Y1C RUPIEY The MerchantTailore4 STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call 4