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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 12 1902 9 A1tI NO NEWS NOTES Tracy famous role will be given to Gov Geer Senator James McMillan of Michi gaoIsdoadTbo often crop will bo fully equal to that of last year Thirteen miner wore killed by a mine explosion in Colorado The ooudltloQ of Madame Jnoaus choir the aetrcea Is critical Liter Stone qf Louisville was drown e cd Iq a pond at Camp Lawton I Albert O Dutland the wealthiest man In Southern Indiana Is dead Tbo third case of smallpox In ono family has developed at Loltcbflold The Philadelphia Times and the Iubllo Ledger are to bo consolidated Tho poitofflco at Tollosboro and the storo In which It was located wero rob bedU S Senator Clark of Montana has bought tbo oldest dally newspaper In that State The manufacture of glass coffins Is contemplated by a company at Mat thaws Ind- Georgo A Armstrong Sr for many years a woll known hotel keeper died at Shelby vllle aged 86 At Utica Mich S E Sower a farmer killed his wife with an ax and then committed setcldo Wiley and William Ilrowor woro as sanlnatcd In Tennessee by unknown persons on election day Harry Denton a 17yearold Negro who assaulted a fouryearold child was lynched at Homer La Morris D Glvens a prominent whole sale grocer of Nashville committed suleldo by cutting his throat Flro at Winchester destroyed a furniture and undertaking establishment and damaged a stock of dry goods Kansas City was visited by a severe wind and rain storm Sunday which caused damage estimated at 100000 Toe Straight Greek 011 Co brought In a good well of green oil at a depth ot 100 feet on tbo Postal tract near Vauec burg Luolus Clark formerly a prominent and wealthy capitalist of Chicago killed hlHHolt at his home there with oar bollt aald Three farmers who bad sought abel ter under a tree during a rainstorm wore killed by lightning near Browns ville Tone Walter N Scott prenldom of the II I Knots Wire Company was stabbed to death by Walter L Stebblns a civil and consulting engineer A tratto arrangement which Is equivalent to a merger has been form ed between the Missouri PaclBo and the C M h St P railroad Three women and four children were burned to death In a hotel fire In San- Angelo Texas They refused to risk jumping Into blankets which were held for them Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort has been selected by GOY Dcckbam to act as special Judge In Jackson to try Thos Coctcrlll on tho charge of murdering Den Hargls An order for 18000 olghtborso plows to be used in breaking up tbo virgin toll In South Africa has been received by the Farquhar Agricultural Works at York Pa Glen Parker of Datb tried to commit suicide by catlngl tbo phosphorus on the and of matches because his sweetheart did not show sufficient In torest In him A cloudburst caused Klrkwood Lake 12 miles from Camden N J to break Us dam Hooding tho country for miles around and swoeplngjaway the railroad tracks In the vicinity Near Plum Lick Bourbon county Manly Florence was killed and Marvin Blackfort was seriously Injured by tho discharge of a dynamite blast Tho men wero blasting holes for telephone pales Wm Miller of Peru Ind aged 03 and a veteran In tho civil war died from the effects of eating matches a habit bo contracted whllo serving In the army Ho thought that the phos phorous was a stimulant The Inquest over tbo body of Harry Tracy was bold at Davenport Wash When tho corpse rcachodthat place It was surrounded by curiosity seekers who eagerly seized upon tbo outlaws bloody clothing and other effects as souvenirs Tho Harrodsburg Herald says Sat urday while Mr T S Marlmon was talking to some friends In the bandstand ho coughed up a pobblo about as 4largo as a mediumsized marblo For some months his throat had troubled him and ho has bad an almost constanC hacking cough but tbo removal of the pebble has relieved him of both Ho hasnt tho remotest Idea df bow tho etono got Into bin larynx Ono faro for the roundtrip to Asbo vllle N C via Queen Si Crescent Route to the meeting of the American Florists and Ornamental Horticultural fate Aug 1022 Tickets on sale Aug 1718 and 10 W o RUcarson O P A Cincinnati O LAND STOCK OROPS ETC 1W M Matbony sold to W B Bur ton a mulo for tl06 Light ludeonbougbtof S n Baugh man a mare for 100 Five nlco Southdown bucks for sale T A Larkin Lancaster David Scott sold to W U Torbuno a suckling mule colt for 810 Six good Southdown bucks for sale J W Baugbman Stanford Walter Scott sold to George Roblr son a black gelding for 8110- Tlosloy Spoonamoro sold to D N Pruitt a sow and 11 pigs for 130 J W Baugbman sold to E H Beaz loy a fouryearold mare for 1150 Wanted to hire a good milk cow with a view to buying her B J Pink erton FOrt SALt 00700pound steers sod 20 600pound heifers S O Thurmond Lytle L P Weaver sold to W H Llllard of Danville his crop of bay at 960 delivered Cattlo are selling at 4 to Oo and stock bogs at C to 7o In Puluskl county says the Journal Matt Cohen of Richmond bought of various parties eight walktrot horses at 1260 to 1400 J M Roberts sold yesterday a bunch of calve at S12 to 113 and some year lings at 1i to 4c a P Woods sold to Will Robinson of Boyle u yearling mule by Sweet William for 8126 W B Burton of Lancaster sold seven mules to Carltbers Beard of Lexington at from 670 to 8100 J8 Goodo bought of R H Cooper 14 yearling mules at 807 60 and sold to P W Green a bay gelding for 8280 Morris J Farris bought hero yester day 102 mixed cattle yearlings two year olds heifer and cows at a to 40 I have 10 steers for sale will weigh 1200 or 1900 pounds Will deliver about 10th of October Jot Ballou Stanford Lord Derby was badly beaten In New York Saturday by Louise Jefferson 217J The men was a general surprise and the Lord Derby backers lost money by tbo barrel Lutes ft Co sold to Simon Well 200 stook owe at 83 3t and to II T Muir alto of Fayette 600 at 8276 They bought of J V Cash 40 1100 pound cattle for October delivery at 4io and foldtoJU Hays some 8 took hogs at 70 The Santa Fo bas started an open war In the Western freight situation by giving notice that It will carry live stock between Chicago and Kansas City for ISo a hundred pounds This Is a out of Ilia and Is the lowest rato slnue lEN CoUnT DAY There woro about 250 cattle hero yesterday and a greater portion of them sold Some good ypar lings went at Ho heifers 3i to 3o and butcher stuff at 2 to 3c Mr M J Farrls was the largest buyer having bought over 100 head A number of mulo colts sold at 825 to 810 and aged mules at SCO to 8125 Horses wero slow and few wero sold The crowd was about the average In size IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Henry Saylor who was shot In a Jon oral tight on Red Bird Is dead James Pruitt was given two years for breaking Into J n Baileys store In KnoxRome Connor has boon arrested at Ludlow for complicity In the Brrgln freight car robberies Joseph W Glbbs a prominent farmer and financier died at Kingston Madison county aged 82 J U CrutcbUeld shot and Instantly killed a Negro who was stealing water melons from his patch near Burgln Gen John B Castleman has asked the poitonico department for boner mall facilities for Jessamine county Born to tho wlfo of Chris 0 Hark broad a boy This Is tho ninth child and seventh boy tbo oldest being J6 and all living London Democrat Noah Strunk was hold over at Wtl Itarasburg under 8500 bond charged with Illegally detaining his daughter inlaw Strunk Is about 50 years old Richard K Bailey the noted des perado who Is said to have killed sov on men In Southeastern Kentucky was shot and killed In Leslie county by James Owens Judge M 0 SauQoy granted a tempo rary Injunction In favor of tbo plaintiff In the Junction City School Board controversy The school will bo conduct ed by tbo teacher employed by the plaintiff until tbo next term of circuit court when tbo case will come up for final disposal Mr Hartwoll Ltnnoy was employed by tbo plaintiffs and Miss Moore by the defendants Advo Cato A WOULD VIDE1tEUTATION- Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for its euro It never falls aud- It pleasant and safe to take For tale by Craig Hocker Druggists Stanford POLITICAL James Garnett Jr of Columbia Is being urged to run for attorney gen era lion Abram Renlck of Clark coun ty Is being urged by friends to mako the race for the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor The day of conventions for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the varlouiOofllces Is rapidly becoming a thing of the past and truly It should Mt Vernon Signal Not a republican was elected to the State court bench of Tonnersee in last weeks olecilons For tho first time an entire dcmooratlo county ticket was elected at Knoxvlllc Hon A O Stanley of Henderson democratic nominee for Congress In tbo Second has announced the appointment of Maj J Tandy Ellis of Owens boro as his private secretary The proposed Cuban loan Is believed to be oxccsslvo under the terms of tho Platt amendment Senator Elklns of West Virginia In discussing Cubas semi Independence claims that this the most opportune time for annexa tionHon Ed Parkers I am defeatedbut not conquered In his farewell to pot litical ambition sounds like Arctic Ex plorer Baldwin I am bawled but not beaten Both traveled a long cold trail and got nothing Louisville Times A request It is said will be mado of President Roosevelt to call an extra session of tbo Sonata to ratify a treaty with Cuba reducing tariff duties 25 per cont This It Is claimed would be a supreme test of tbo administra tions sincerity In Its protestation of desires to alevlato Cubas economic conditionChairman Grlggs of the democratic Congressional committee regards with groat satisfaction the action of the National Association of Meat Dsal ors In resolving to attack the beef combine by endeavoring to rOmOVO the tariff bsrrlorw on meats He believes that It will greatly militate toward furthering the views of Democracy on the question of the tariff and trusts Senator Hanna In an address atCbau tauqua N Y on Labor and Capital said that the object of the Civic Feder ation was to establish absolute confl deno between employer and employe He said that the only way to ond the strife between labor and capital was to apply the golden rule Ho praised the organising of labor and said that It must be conceded that the majority of strikes had been lust ROBERT POUTER CROW Son of our countyman Mr RH Crow Is only 11 years old but bo Is gaining reputation as a writer His story on the Robinson Cruioe Expedition won first prize In the St Nicholas contest There were 40odd contestants Fol lowing Is tho sway DEAR ST NICHOLAS In command of the expedition to rescue Robinson Cruioo I would place Greatbeart and Captain Name Greathcart because he is the noblest and bravest character In tbo literature of the world Captain Nemo because be Is the greatest navl gator ever beard of In history or romance and his knowledge of the waters on the globe was perfect Ho had such a wonderful and inventive mind that I am sure he would tako many devices to terrify and defeat the savages without shedding blood In cato of storm or any danger his knowledge and ingot nuity would bo Invaluable John Rldd on account of his great strength and manly courage Tbo Deorslayor for his chivalry courage and trutb Rudolf Ritsendyll for his shrewd quickness of mind his dexterity and his fidelity In every undertaking DArtagnan because of his wonder ful skill with the sword and his daunt ices courage Olaf Guldmar for ho was a two sea man possessed a vigorous mind and was bravo and fearless Long Tom Coffin because bo combined truo bravery and nobility of soul with a thorough knowledge of the sea Tom Bowling and Ned Land because they were bold heroic seamen and could be depended on In time of dan gar Henry L Shattuck of Shellebnrg Ia was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been fillllcUd for yeas by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He had previously tried many othet remedies and a number of physicians without relief For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Stanford There aro said to bo five candidates for Commonwealths attorney In the 13h district As the salary of tbo of flee U but 8500 there must bo good manylawyersLexington Democrat Maud Muller rakes tbo hay uo more Her fame I fear will leave her stuntI LANCASTER A good rain fell Sunday evening Circuit court convenes hero noxt Monday 18th J T Williams new brick building is nearing completion shippedfromRev Leonldas Robinson Is at borne after having held quite a succcsiful re vival at New Castlo V A Lear sold 60 barrels of corn to Price Brof at 83 25 Ed Price bought a sow of Swecuey Morgan for 815 Tbo night letter box which was for merly kept at tbo Hotel Garrard baa been placed In the police court room Two now otllcers W A Price and Dr W S Boazloy wero elected Sun day morning at the Christian church The farmers within the Immediate vicinity of Lancaster and their wheat after threshing yielding hardly a half cropWilliam King of Danville has taken the contract to build the Presbyterian parsonage and the work begins this week The W C T a holds Its weekly meeting every Saturday afternoon at 330 oclock with an occasional pro gram of selections and original reading W A Arnold has converted his blacksmith shop on Danville street Into a temporary livery stable and Is now conducting his business on the same old linesMrs Joo Simpson of tbo Buckeye section was recently taken to Louis yllle for a difficult surgical operation and reports come that her recovery Is impossible W D Burton sold a mulo to B G Fox for 800 Mr Burton also bought lot of mules and horses at Richmond flvo mules at from liDO to 8125 and liv ery horse at 8SG At a recent meeting of the board of trustees Miss Eliza Smith was chosen as a teacher of tbo Garrard graded school to fill the vacancy caused by tbo resignation of Miss Annie Royston Mr Susan Anderson one of the most energetic and vigorous women of her age in this community celebrated her 81st birthday on Saturday and was the recipient of many good wishes and a number of substantial gifts A number of Insurance men have been In this city within tha last week and tbo adjustment of fire lojses wero In most cases Accepted Burnett S Shugars asked heavier damages than their companies have yet agreed to payMessrs John Wilson Miller and M D Hughes are receiving congratula tions upon the recent arrival of a band some grandson In the city of Louis vlllo Ho Is registered at the homo of Mr and Mrs R E Hughes under the name of Paul Wilson Hughes probablybasfirm of the State if not on the entire globe The sign reads H M Dallou d you the younger member being a little twoyearold tot In kilts and the very apple of tho senior partners eve It Is stated that the Hotel Garrard will bo rebuilt at an early date and will probably bo ready for occupancy by cold weather The company Is now figuring on a twostory structure at a cost of about 820000 but It is to be hoped that another handsome three story edifice will soon mako its appear anceProf William Evans of Clinton is visiting horo Miss Ella Bryant of Wllraoro Is tho guest of Miss Bottle oparks Mrs H M Grant Is visiting friends In Lewis county Mrs L V Dodge of Heron and Mrs Lamson of Illinois aro vIsltlngMrs G M Patti son Miss Katie Lee Donny has ro turned from a stay in West Virginia Miss Bettlo Sparks leaves shortly for a protracted visit In Nashville Miss Sal lie McWhortor was called to Crab Or chard by the Illness of her father Miss Ida Stone Is visiting In Broil bead W G Anderson IP visiting his daughter Mrs Bowman In Lewis county Mrs Burnett and Sites Addlo Arnold are at homo again after a visit to Shelbyville Rev nnd Mrs Henderson of Louis vide have been guests of Rev J E Woolford Mrs W F Thompson and daughter have returned from Lexing ton Mrs G A McRoberts has re turned to Covlngton Miss Alberta An derson is back from Danville WENT TO VISIT illS SISTER A J Cottlngham went to Washington County Ark to seo his sister and while tbere was taken with flux djtsentery and was very bad off He decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt euro which it effected that he wrote the manufacturers letter in praise of their medicine Mr Cottlng ham resides at Lockland Ark This remedy is for salo by Craig Jr Hocker Druggists Stanford Proceedings under the double liabil ity law are being Instituted against the stockholders of the defunct Louisville Dispatch 1V r t i = f 0 o II = 1a Have You Beenfor a chance to buy a good suit Ifit t Suits at cost some for less than cost I 1Also our low cut Shoes J iJCome at cites while the picking is good jti IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEIUerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing fNYourmoney back It youre not satisfied iP T D mILLER DanviIIe KU z == d GREAT CLEARANCE SALB Great Reductions inPrices THE SALE IS NOW ON and will continue until entire stock is greatly reduced Now is the time to get goods at the doortoMens shoos worth 450 our solo price 300 Mens shoos worth 350 nt 250 lions shoos worth 225 our prico lGO Mens fine shoos worth 200 will now go nt 138 Mens shoos worth 175 now 12G Mons shoes worth 150 special sale 98c Mens 500 suits nt 298 Mens 7 50 suits nt 448 lions 1000 suits guaranteed tailor made nt G50 Mens 1200 suits go nt 750 liens 1500 suits well finished guaranteed fit special prico 925 Boys suits at your own prico Boys knee pants worth 50c clearance sale price 9c C Rosenstein CoASTANFORD KY Superior Grain Drills I a Special Features Both wheels drivers solid steel frame each disc and draw bar independent j improved spring pressure The King of the Field It has Imitators but no equal Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY bJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hocker ST NFORDIII anticdcrA preparation foraeradicating the dis agreeable odorsiarising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury tojf health or clothing All tho ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii I Candidate for Ksllrosd Commissioner for the 24 Diitrlct lubtect to the win of the dtmocrtc H H HENNINGER 01 Wsjn Conntr It a candidate for State Tr nrer subteet to the etlon of the Deraocratlo rlrt ROBERT HARDING ofDtnTUlf a andldte for Circuit Judelub jett to the action of the Democratic i sriy CHARLES A HARDIN cf Mtrcfr1 a wnJIdste tor Commonwealths At torotyln this he JSlh dhlAetaetV re to the of the democratic party For Congress I G G GILBERT t Of Shelby t KINO EDWARD has at last been ttcrowntid and the whole country breathes easier It took piano at noon Saturday In Westminster Abbey London beforo a brilliant assemblage of English nobllUy Upon the monarch return to Buckingham Palace when on Juno 25 ho lay at deaths door It was officially announced that ho bad stood well the days ordeal No ace dent marred the processions or tho cere- monIes In the Abbey An Incident approaching the sensational occurre when the venerable Archbishop Canterbury attempted to place the crow on the Kings head Overcome by nervousness and suffering from ImpaIr- ed eyesight he started to place the emblem backward An instant later be swooned and would have fallen had not Edward himself grabbed him by thi arm W T Stead the London editor in describing the coronation cites as Its most interesting feature the homage to the Galilean paid by the King and Queen in bowing in prayer amid scenes of such splendor and grandeur DEMOCRATIC control of the National House of Representatives seems to be assured If never falling signs are to bi r reckoned with It Is only necessary to change 23 districts to succeed in make leg a democratic majority Tho teem bersblo of the next house will bo in- creasedI from 357 to 370 Of this inI creaso Northern States get 10 whlloI the Southern States get 10 There an many things to make the democrats hopeful The beetsugar quarrel In l Michigan the certain gain of a Con gressman In Pennsylvania the faction al light In tho East St Louts district a gain In North Carolina a gain of two In Kentucky all these things portend a rout of the republicans from the conC trol of tho HouseclOA VERY strong pressure will be brought to bear on the Hon John D White to Induce him to enter the racoI for Congress against Judge Birelng White is now located InI Louisville but claims ManchesterClay county as his home says a dispatch from Mlddlesboro The jayhawker loved to run for Congress but having Been what a sprinter Mr Borelng is arc opine he and the rest of the bles of the bloody eleventh will beI content to stand back and let the parI eon polttlciao walk In and succeed him selftA DISPATCH has been received In e Washington from Louisville stating that Commissioner Yerkes has declln ed to be a candidate for tho republican gubernatorial nomination and that Judge Clifton J Pratt will be nominat ed by acclamation Of course Mr Yen des will not run A little experience gained some two years ago will last the revenue commissioner a long time and will make him exceedingly shy of run ning for office in Kentucky MR WILLOUGHUY s WILLIAMS who was managing editor of the Lexington Democrat for a year or more III again associated with the paper thilJ time as Editor Waltons assistant MrI W Is an exceedingly bright man has had lots of experience in theI journalistic field and we predict that the Democrat will be Improved by hit work on it By the way Mr Walton IB getting together a splendid force onI his excellent paper OUR favorites for judge and Commonwealths Attorney Judge M C Bauiley and J S Owsley Jr preferr 9ed a primary but democrats as they are they take what is given them without kick That they will win In the convention we havent a doubt but we wanted a primary believing it tbo fair act and best method and certainly tbo boat way of testing a mansstrength TUB dime novelist Isnt in It any more Traceya career of crIme bah flee anything he ever Imagined Dur log the time be was a fugitive ho killed nine men wounded three and stole horses engines launches and boats finally killing himself In preference to l being captured THERE are six candidates for the of fice of United States Senator from South Carolina in place of James L MoLaurin whoso term expires March 4 1003 It is hoped with such a field to pick from better choice will be made than by recent Legislatures in the Pal mettO State As SDon as Mr W P Walton geta- ble paper the Lexington Democrat to running smoothly ho will begin a vlsrD roua campaign for tho nomination for railroad commissioner He has pledges of support from many portions of hlB district and with tbo big county of Fayette solidly at bis back ho Is bound to bo a formidable candidate IlIa chances for tho nomination grow brighter us tho days go by and if ho doesnt succeed tho present Incumbent C C McCbord his friends will bo botb Hurprlscd and disappointed navlngI heartily supported the democratic par ty for 30 or 40 years and having never asked for recognition from that party It is but just and right now that ho DOW bo given what he wants An oxpoj lenoed railroad man and fair and bon arable In all of his dealings the railroads could not object to him while the people could rest assured that their In teresta would never bo neglected whllo he was a member of the railroad com mission Vote lor hire ALL right Messrs Commltteomo well take your precinct conventlot etc without a word Well also sbow you that Judge M C Saufley and Commonwealths Attorney Owsley can win that way just as easily as In H prlmar AT Altoona Pa cows ate dvna mlto and were blown to atoms An other case of the fatal number 13 THIS THAT A gigantic lead combination is said to be nearing consummation There was a severe frost In Iowa and tarn was considerably damaged The Collins is Euly Lumber Company at MavFvlllo made an assignment Miss Bettlo Wooldrldge who ahot herself with suicidal intent at Vcr lanes Is dead R E Goddard has refused 02500 for bls span of sorrels which he showed at he Danville fair Seven persons were Injured In a gon lola hand car collision on tho L S N railrand at Stoney Fork Tho State Good Roads convention Ie ling held at Lexington Prof J W Newman of Versailles Is presiding In a bead end collision on tho Norfolk Western at Genoah W Va two men were perhaps fatally Injured An elghtgear old boy who found am oturned 859000 worth of negotlabli ccurltlcs to their owner in Chicago watt given a reward of 825 Two persons were killed and several rare wounded In a fight between Mex- Ican sheopherdera and cattlemen ai tattle Wyo Everybody in the town Is armed for another meeting The republicans of Lincoln county will meet In mass convention at the court house Aug 30 to select a delegate to the district convention In Nlch lasvllle Sept 30 which will nominate a candidate for Congress CAMDEN Emellno olio of W G amden was born Aug 4th 1820 Mar rled Oct 10 1854 and died Aug 8 1902 She bad been a consistent mom ber of the Baptist church for 42 years Sbe leaves a husband and four grand illdren and 10 great grand chlidren to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate wife and grandmother She id a complication of diseases for a number of years but a congestive chill brouabt the end In 48 hours The aged isband and his grand childrea have re sympathy of the entire community In the loss of their companion and and mother but may they only be- lIeve that their loss is her eternal gain Tbe funeral was preached by Rev Na tban Singleton after which tbo reo mains were laid to rest in the Double SprIngs Cemetery D R P MATRIMONIAL S S Elmore and Mice Nannlo B jdderar will be united heart and hand todayAn announcement of especial Interest to the people of Junction City is e engagement of M D Ransdell and- Miss Clemle C Sparks of Owen coun Mr Ransdell Is tho popular cash ler of the First State Bank of Juno in City and is highly regarded as a busIness man LAST ONE The last excursion of- tbe season will be rind to Atlantic City from Lexington and Central Kentucky points Thursday Aug 14 via the lesakeake Ohio Railway and Wash- Ington D C The round talp rate will- bo 814 from Lexington Winchester and- Mt Sterling and correspondingly low rates will be mado from other Central Kentucky points Tickets good 12 days from salo G W Barney Lexingto- nEditorSo KV the physician has advised quiet and rest for you has he Well you may go and report that deafmute funeral service this afternoon Thatll give you tho quiet all right Reporter But what about tho rest Editor Ill toll YOU the rest when- you Rat that donoLos Angeles Herald It is expected that 810000000 worth of steel steamships will be built on the AmerIcan aide of tho Great Lakes for service In 1003 Twentyfour freight ships are under contract and every berth at tho lake yards is filled for the- entire winter a SuburbanI havent any money with me ootpad Who said anything about moneYi hand over that beefsteak CHURCH MATTERS Bishop Galloway bas gone to Japan to bold Japan Mission Conference al Maitsuyama Aug 23 Rev 0 M Huey of Carrollton will preach at tho Baptist church next Sunday morning and night Elds B J Pinkerton and J G Liv- Ingston will begin a meeting at May wood on the fourth Sunday In this monthThe Christian Science people of Bos ton finding their present church build Ink too small will erect another to coat 82000000 Tbo meeting at Holdami Mill conducted by Elsie J G Livingston and A J Daugbcrty has resulted so far In eight additions Bishop Milton Wright of the United Brethren church has been placed on trial at Huntington fad on a charge of maligning a follow minister The Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced tho following dates Lexington second week In August MaysvIJe and Lawranovtaurf third week In August Brodhead Fair Aug 30 throe days Liberty Aug 274 days London tug 274 days Somerset Sept 21 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week In September BllMbstbtown and Bowling Green SeptemberInterstate fourth week in September STOOl ITEMS Dan Holman sold to J E Lynn four yearlings at f22 and to lUclus Perkins seven calves at 816 olumbus Bishop sold to Lutes Co a luuch of hogs at 7c A J Drown Sought for W C Terbuno hero ycstcr lay 12 mulo colts at 825 to IU3 and five broke mules at 875 to 8110 Sickness steals more savings than the burglar Slowly coin coin the money that has beep to hardly earned out for drugs and doctors Sickness is the worst enemy of the work man and the common cause of the working mans sickness is disease of the often involving the heart lungs kidneysThe Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery will the stealing of the savings by sickness It cures eases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It cures die eases of heart liver lungs kidneys etc when these diseases are caused by the diseased condition of the stomach and its allied organs About to have trouble with my stomachm connotuyor JH Walnut often and o had 10 ay off quite three days a week my stomach would bloet and I would belch up was In awful dutrtu at such t1m l I hate employed sad been treated by the avcrdDs dt but IIQt no help Ict bold ofayW ofyourrdtetsandItboaxhtt- hey helped me It WM then I wrote you or You told me that by ptom you thought I had liver complaint and adrtied the use of your Gold n DUcorery and Pleasant Pellet fa connection These medi does I have taken aa directed and am very happy to state that I commenced to get better the start and have not lot a day this summer on amount of my stomach I feet tip and better than I have for ten an Accept no substitute forGolden Med Discovery Nothing else is just as goodDr Pleasant Pellets regulate the bowels Dissolution Notice Notice U hereby given that the Wayne all k Oas Co will UUaolve and go out bust sees Persons having claims against the company will present them at once tblllle- ollIDg the comp nv must settle at once J W Lockrldge President O D WoAtherford Sec k Trees FARM FQR SALE Having concluded to quit farming I will lIell my farm of 1S5 acres on Ilmtonvlllo Ja Ilddleburg 2 miles from Hustonvlllc Farm In in a Rood state of cultivation well watered and Is Improved with now dwelling of 8 rooms is a good frame building a largo obacco barn a stock baruAc Considerable tart of this land Is virgin soil JOHN McDANIEL Kldds Store Ky P S I will sell toy entire stock of goods at this place Good stand to sell goods c ere 0aoUTEPo- pular Excursions to DIn Point comfort and Ocean View VoiP For Round Trip lU Good 15 Days Ickets will be sold July IS and 29 Aug 19 and Sept 2 Stopover allowed In moun alas Information at 0 S O Ticket mice Phoenix Hotel Lexington JOHN D POTTS A O P OEOW BARNEY DP A NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell farm of 80 acres Just utilde of the town limits It Is one of the rettlest homes around Stanford and Is rell Improved with a handsome twostory welling Has good kitchen and rv cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc- Ing Is kept by others Very little fcnc tog to do Splendid barn a cistern at door Land In a state of cultivation wIth most of It In grass Oood roomy meat clue etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the place J S Unndley Ii i 0 j i i sA I aa Ii S I a I iH S i The Grand Leaderse i11Cut PriceSaIet i e o For ont week tho following prices will bo in cl1 cot at this store 0 y Look them over cnreftilly 11 o your trmlo tuul will save you inonoy on every item LaI our location l1 aae qi All 74 and 8Jo Lawns now patterns cut to 5 centsAll r nnil 13o Lnwiu now patterns out to t cents Ji Summer corsets out to silo 800 walking huts to 0108 out fur the eon A iiEOn worth from Inc to 150 cholco 89o i Ladies 2fio vests this wook IQc o Ladies 85o fancy hose 280 New bolt pinA worth 75o now 80o 7 Mens fine underwear Sfio a gnntiinU- Ladiea fine shears worth SlLOcnt to 1 Ladies fine show worth 225 cut to sum rt Black polish Baby Elite at 8c lox 1It The Grand Leader itf I tiaS Hays Levy Props S B Levy i II ip i y i j f ii S S5 i0 e II J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Ilrucos Old Stand Depot StISTPHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at lloasonaW Kate Special Attention to Travel Ing I bono No 06 TIMBER UND FOR SOLE In order to settle the partnorhlpbiuln of John Honta Jr and J V Uontn having died last December we wtll sell 5700 acres of Umbvrland In Adair eoau t Ky This Und contains between two WO and 5606606 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and hickory timber This tract of land Is close to the famous oil Colds of Wayne COIIDty IIl1d k exceedlagly well adapted for or1eultural purpoae All of the land is lu one boiIy It 1a II bargain or some one Per particulars apply to J 0 OOULTRU Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Ilardln Harrodtburg or Oscar lonta Faulkner Ky j La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AtW Is FurnlturcUntUugsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK1 FOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated or Somerset street M mile town consltt log of dwelling of seven rooms betlilr kitchen sod servants room and a fine col lar smokehouse chicken house coal house and a good stable and 1ft ncrtii of lands hydrant ono In and ono for stock well and cistern combined nest the door tot Bald property In oed repalrJas I Y Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit farming I will sell farm of IU acres on Mllledgevlll sad Stanford pike It Is In good state or cultivation very good Improvements wel atorod with never tailing springs In boiL neighborhood In Lincoln county For further call on or write to Pettns Mlllcdgovlllo Ky Dr P W Loftons FOR SALE It is located In the Wet End of Lincoln county Ky on Stanford and Mllledgevllle pike live tulles south of Junction City four miles east of Huttonvllle seven miles west of Stanford and two miles east of Moreland a station on 0 It H Bald farm contains f56 acres of fertile bluegrass land all of which Is In grass except about 40 acres and hal upon It two sets ot Improvements really two farms In one being In one con iauout susceptible of division Front bodrbut line upon U a large two tory brick residence containing 0 rooms a wo story veranda In front Urge twostory porch on cast end of house and a dry cellar This residence Is surrounded by evergreen and fbrest trees and within yards of On south portion of torte hero Is a frame cottage rooms kItchen spring house barns etc Upon mtlre premises there aro four good borne Ice house 3 houses and other outbuildings Also two good orchards cistern veil etc Forty acres In tree woodland Tho entire farm Is under good fence arlt well watered by springs ponds and ranches through It Ono of tho urns above mentioned u 02 by 86 feet 30 feet high and tiered for tobacco Tho Immediate neighborhood roads ping advantages schools otc are good and ocatlon desirable Terms of sale be aadu liberal The farm will be offered in two lots of 100 and 159 acre with 1m provo menu on each lot and as a whole If not old privately will be offered for sate pub Ily Sept at 2130 m P W LOOAN Moreland Ky J D J n 0wsley WJO Walker Childrens jmtont loatlnjr Oxford worth 17S to 110 lMinu flue woolHu1tl rth 276 cut this week to 110 li lions fine wool pants worth 275 for I this wtok 100 Boys long pant new pattfrfw tvwrtU 150 jjjjgout SOo ilona tied IJoys Mitts at prieos that will snake you our customer aiwis flan Clay worsted lulta worth 12QO your 4 price 8BO s Mens flue hoCi worth OOour price i126 per pair Manager I FARM nntl BOO What we Imvo IIlor birthday many Our suggestions now wedding giftsI 4If aril friends in I Silverware and Cut Glass Watches and Clocks E- tc1w 11 H MUELLER I s Prescription SecurityI- fyou knew the facts about our prescription department your prescriptions would come here oven if prices were high which they never are If you knew the iuuauro8 wo take to Insure tho purity and freelinen of our drugs if you wcro familiar with tho safeguards we throw about tho com pounding and various other methods jxxMillnr to thletore you could help having entire confidence in the accuracy of- any proscription wo put up To liavo such eonlco to fool snfeia worth something anti it costs nothing extra I Pennys Drug Store First National Bank Of Stanford Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank In 183 then reorganltcd as tho National tank of Stanford In 1884 and again reorganized as the First National Itaik ot Stanford In Ifit having had practically an un Inter rupted existence for year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing ouitne promptly and well than ever before lu Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Paxton 811 Shanks Oeol W Carter out nil Air nil ra all our not Ky 43 The Farmers Hank ft Trust Company and under tame L for years We Hoping such business relations will prove mutually H J IIOOKEU Prest J J S10UOUKKT8 Ohr W II WBAUEN Ilk PT P11614 Llneoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Oo J Hooker Lincoln Oo C Walton Lincoln Oo J IL Collier Crab Orchard M U Klmore Stanford 9H Haughman Stanford T I Stanford Jan Robinson Hubble J H llaughman Stanford W Tate Stanford t BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Directors Successors to management continuously 38 SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT beneQclal Officers Directors W Ir1oniTake QKy LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL Pills Officers s II CHANKB President J II OWSLEY Cashier I W M IIUIOHT Asst Cnsbleri cure constipation by agitating the I bowels but regular action cannot be secured Ilvetttsecretes enough bile to make the untllethe execute their n3t rsi functions ural agitation caused byeathartics compels continual ana Incrca51ng doses to attain tile results I acts on the liver cures Chilis f e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious RemItting and r ntero- mlttlng Fevers and by goIng to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PBR DOTTED t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv Aru 12 1002 r In milD your preicrlpUooe wo use propotlonenot do better It yon paid us dodbto t prlco which Is always reasonable Pen cyi Druz Store PERSONALS whMRMad 180D Dn K J DROWN peat Sunday In BrodheadLeseveral iay- TitCKHKAUT1 1300BNB Is At home s from Indlanapolli- Mas J W MOOKR of Casey vltlud IiMu Ud Wilkinson last week MR w STEWAIIT MYHBB ti very III at tbo Cover Hotel Crab Orobard LITTLE SUE DHLLK daughter of Mr f and Mrs Dexter Halloa Is yerv IllMBORN to the wile of G Wood a daughter tbelr fourth girl Jut 1mtLira nod wife of Liberty took train here for Lonlc tarMnjollied his wife at Elder JOt Ballou- MIEB HALLIR XRV1D8 Is vlllllof Mitt Mary flops Ou psalst at Perrr villa MR IlDMRL1 DifcUON aad family of LlvlBRitoo ore vtiltlng Mrs J II Tucker Miss KATHIWUXH Auobruv of fltl s tonvllln Is with Mtis Praoels Adams AdvocatespeW Thompson of Gnrrard were hero yesterday MR AND MRS L P CAUIHOTKK Of Iluitonvlllo were callers at this oillee yesterday MRS MOODY HAROIX of Corlagtoo with her tOO Clarence Is vliltlng Mr Nceloy Stone ShvldttngLoulirlllo Saturday Mils U It DoCKiaAN and sbUdr are up from Marlon county rlilllng tad Mrs II O Itupley ATTORNBY DILL SiAimvo of Louisville came up Sunday to see die grandfather Col T P Hill Mn AL CARiiLSTHK who has spent a portion of bts vacation beta left Sun day for his homo at Natbvlllo Miss ANNIB DBUANBY of Somertet who bal been with typhoid fever at Mr Alex Uaiiln Is Improving DINS II J MoRouBEtrs and pretty daughter Anna D are riililng tbs former mother at UarrtWUbarg A B C DtxwtDDiB of IlMitoiTllle who was threatened with typhoid fever Is convalescent we are glad to say MR II J McItoiiRKTS has been elected trustee of the graded school In the placo of Dr W N Craig resign nON VIXOBNT BORBINU punt Ii week at Crab Orchard Springs resting up from his hart work la the primary UTTLE MISSES LYIES COOIKU and Josephine Paxton are visiting Mr- A C Robinson and fatuity near Cube u CreekWALTER FERUUBON and wile of In dlanapolls are visiting their grandpar oats Mr and Mrs J II Prultt at Moreland 4 DR JOHN B OWSLEY cashier Lln cola County National Bunk of Stanford was In the city Wednesday Som erset Journal Miss sir DINWIDDIB of HUB tonvllle left Saturday morning Bramcn O T to visit her brother Mr John B Dlnnlddlo J W BASTIN formerly of tills county It president of the Otter 0 Oil ft Gas Co which has value bleA leases In Laurol and Knox counties nON J 8 OWSLBY Sn and Miss Linda Owaloy of Llnooln county will arrive today to spend a week with ireeaq W P Walton Sundays Lex Democrat DR 0 B FALLisprcildont of tine Collego Bustonvllle went to nonce Saturday for his wlfo who IIIfaro assist him In his school which opens Sept THOMAS STEWART wife and till dren who bavo been visiting Mr and Mr U S Traylor and other relatives here returned to their home at Lex Ington Sunday MRS CLEO BROWN II spending a ojcoupto of weeks with MU Vernon r has tives Miss Virginia Warren charge of the millinery eatabltsh during Mrs Browns absence Miss GEORGIA LEWIS bas rota from Valparaiso Ind Normal School whore sbo took a special course In man and kindergarten work Tboro were over 3000 students at that school CHARLES H WeUD wife and chll drcn of Chicago wero hero Saturday Mr Webb Ii now editor of the Wes 4 tern Painter and Is making coney bard over flat Ho used to work In l this olllco and has many friends In Stanford who are glad that ho Is doing so welt E L REINIURT and family moved to thta placo from Stanford and for the present aro occupying the cottage boo longing to Mr Ed Hays MrRoln will later embark In some business In the tournament ring at the lair Guy Hundley won first honors against nine contestants many years his senior Guy was an easy winner having taken eight of 12 rings News MRS GEORGE L PENNY la at Crab Orchard Springs SENATOR CEO FARRIS of Garrard was hers yesterday CcllumbuILsuUvlllo this morning BurginhoERNEST WARREN of Mlddlesboro parentiIIIImprovlaaHARRY AND KDDIS SOOTT Albert and others lift yesterday for xington fair HKNIIY SOOTT Albert Goooh dareooe Withers want to the LoxlD ton lair yesterday Mlt M B LUVY of Louisville was Misting his brother In the Grand Leader yutMday DowllDIlGrHW B MoRoberta x R L MYBH6 of tbe WMt Bod Is back from Predertoketowa Mo worleIand daegh WIN Mary of PlUsbarg are witMc8 W Givens nod daughters tIN MATTIK OUHOP of the Ti nersvllle teotlOD who bee been ImprovingAIRjA whetsbee rev eons ecrvleesMR PsciTT of Prultt Bros reland la In Louisville taking cial coarse In faneral and embalming MRS W B MCUOMHUTS of this plan took premiums on blaekborry and grape wino at the Danville fair wbloh were pronounced by judges as the finest they over tasted spentemonth with file Misses Peland coSatardap for her home la Louisville durlnJthor thatJr1r a Mrs R K Hughes Ills name Is Grandp31Milleras pr ud as peacocks LOCALSochEll roth and bread dally T 0Willie THD88W All kind and sues sat prIM Craig Js Hoeker NOTHISXI worth rataUonlngr was done In tbe eounty court yesterday TUB L to Nwill suit roundt tlekete to the Brodhoad fair Aug SO 22 at one tare Tun Continental Insurance Co sent Wetm DAVE KHNNCDY bad a good t yearold horse badly hurt tho of night Ho had just paid 1100 for h blMhlauction yesterday and taken down at IUO THE Somerset Journal Is conduct a voting contest to ascertain tbo popular man and most popular woman In Pulaskl Tbo count will bo made Oct 20 agotorpoet end verified direekREPORT was circulated at tbo Dan vllle talc that B P Carpenters fine oyelReoabout It elsewhere AN excursion with special coach fromrteLan next Tho for tbo roundtrip Is 81 CO Tbe will leave Stanford at 050 A M LADIESMr Riddle representing Heinz preserves Vic will be hero about tbo 18th Ho and Mr Rout will call and show you their good Wo will appreciate your orders again Big gins k MoKlnney SNAKE STORY Other day a tered Ben Bryant had carried a post some 300I eonmdllIa examinationtoed re carGorSATISFIED What do you think of tho action of the democratic district committee at Danville Saturdays was asked by an IJ reporter of Hon John Sam Owaloy Jr candidate for Com monwealths Attorney In this While I preferred ho primary election and so expressed my self bolero the committee I day o no complaint to make of their action In calling precinct conventions for Dec 0 county conventions tbe 8th and district dartatDanville It la the provinces of the district committee to select the plan ol thoybavoand I cheerfully acquiesce in their ac flow yeBforIF you owe this olforsubtcrlp tlon or obterwtso you will greatly oblige us by settling oRE GEOnoEO UAn tESwlllpreac nn1rcb night at the courthouse I WILL sell about 7000 feet of o lumber and 160 pots on fair groua next Saturday Aug 10 If not sold pr safely before W D locker secre tarn Huatonvlllo fair wh0t e name was printed In tbe delinquent likegbo FRIENDS of D 11O Peyton are coo gratulating him on the splendid order bo and his deputies preserved at t Dustonvlllo fair Mr Peyton reaechl marshal and ho made a good ono THROUGH these mne with to express my deep and slneere thanks to ouch of those friends who same to my uislainnoe after I was hurt and during Illnaee and especially to Mr H D Clure who had me taken to hi home and treated me to all hospitality oIthat oould be spared Isabel Hon KOTIOJL bean the aim of tho Exchangebs to the owner Is exceedingly anxious oil or Is forced to sell and thereby secure a low prlec on same and bold out Keatuttered STANFORD GRADBD SCHOOL The Fall session will upon Sept 1 The pri mary and flrst grade will be taught at corner of Main and Somerset Streets the second third fourth and fifth oftgrades at Mrs Withers cottage on Ave the sixth seventh a eighth grades at SOU Em Main St s the High School at 809 fiat Main HEAD BLOWN OBP Manloy For coca who tires near tbo Hanging Fork bridge on tho Hustonvllle pike was in Fridayare Ho Tele phone Co and with a number of others d sot a bat The explosion did not cur as soon as they expected and they wont to see about Just as they reached the hole It vent off killing tLowo 0on tirely blown off Tbo remains w brought to MoKlnnoy Saturday and terred Mr Florence was an excellent spriptoSVIIEN asked by a reporter for his visas of the sallow of tbo democratic committee of this judicial district Judge Saufloy remarked tbat bo bad busy strongly and openly In favor of a arcw0ord was one bcrwhich affords to tho people a fair and 1qroes method of expressing their choice of a nominee theca was In It leaR ma tilatglery rascalities frauds and combina floes to defeat the will of the people Besides this It Is a simple way He demoatcameI reI an agent agent In turn should select another egret and this last agent should cat the vote tbat democrat It would be elm plr and easier to let the democrat do his own voting and do away with thee mid men Nevertheless said tbo judge have never la my life bolted the nomi TpCeof constituted au thorities and I waver will If I do not get my own man or my own plan It what la offered I believe In party or ganization and Intend to maintain U always as boat I can PRECINCT CONVENTIONS Tho dem ocratic district committee of this judicial district which met at DanvSaturday determined upon a cons on tion to ba hold In Danville Deo 10 the method by which candidates tbo offices of circuit judge and Commonwealth attorney should be select Preccedlng this precinct con Y04We clone will bo held throughout the dill trlct Dec 0 followed by a court house whichthe dele gates will bo selected for the district angd wo generally preferred a primary wo register no kick on tbo committees action save that wo think the chairmen of the committees Boyle Mercer and Garrard should have entirely Ignored the wishes of democrat they represent It aveh been a fairer test of tbo various bdto learn why Mcstrs Nichols Robinson and Curry chairmen of the com mlttee of Boyle Garrard and MorcerI respectively so persistently opposed that way of choosing nominees forbcult judge and Commonwealths s ray Mr Conn Boll Mercers chair man resigned and Mr Leo Curry wua IIDanvllleney stylesframes TUB Lexington Elks fair is on and Itlethextternoon at 3 oclock tpatestoroIsthislDevelopmeat titronlJlowapplied nod It burned until It was badboLonorAugoalto In the State than this owe Wllliamilludgreater portion of tbe credit is due wasrat a mace oclockWedoeeday house The object s to try to secure aDdItattend the meeting Wo qan secure tbo road by lard work lots do It hIentuckand 10th Infantry will hold a at Hustonvllle two days In exact date of which has not been docldi ed upon Reduced tutee have already WWus All Confederate soldiers are lava ed Iiedmailltratesbusiness to look after file pikes and tboy owe It to tbo county as well as to themselves to give more of their time to our principal highways With the exception of Knob Lick pike all of them need both mottling and ditching and If this work la not duos on them soon the county will be put to the ex penile of building new pikes out and out Let tbo magistrates act at once this Important matter xlllhavongreatplcfa A good band will bo on hood and good eakers will be present to entertain stood Prizes of f1 each will be given In the following contests Poor est turnout ugliest man oddest dress wboIsoap pole end to man win ning foot taco In which contestants must weigh 200 pounds or over One of tbe best things will be un Old Fid dler Contest Any fiddler 35 years o age or over may enter A prize of will bo awarded tbo best allaround fid er 12 50 to second 81 to third Farm for Sale liesm0bUtbullc1lnltflIemptonallle KV Seed Wheat and Rye 35 bu Seed Rvo at 750 30 bu Mealy Seed Wheat at110040 ba American llronro Seed at100Ion my place this season IS bu per acre acreThisealy proving to bo the beat allroundwheat In State of Ohio W M DniniiT akeA Correction Owing to report klurtod either malt theDanr111othe eves of my tno pear old stallion Pro pact exhibited at the late fair I deem It Iyohadoftbeesilence all such report aAnrtvTERforAFFIDAVIT 1002Totbo undersigned veterlnarysurgeons been called In the two 1CarpenterDanvlllo fair In regard to the soundness of the open of tho above named cult wo find colt eyes absolutely squad In ovary way shape and form RDW J Cn scv V 8 0011 n V 8 J N I ARQ in V 8 PUBLIC SALE ofON SATURDAY AUGUST 301002 at 10 oclock am on tho premises I will knownOuldoRichmondtbeMuddyacres with good sub tnntlal dwelling oat house two barns all other a cessary outbuildings with the best cave Oooc1landlliesoffered as a whole and la two separate bestbIdto purchaser and full possession January onethird cash In boarlago look at said farm fatale the sale will call on Mr James Hubbard on the promises who will take pleasure In showing It to addressIt 6 StylishIOur Prices are Right Ladles Oxfords at re ducod prices to close before tho season Is over DliirXew styles in winter ehoee are arriving Como in a 1andsec them now and got posted on whst to buy4Ia Cummins iMcClary t r QIii Ii w + w 4t asee w i tf i ietietL iii sC Aih SINEW LOT HATS fe Latest styles In toll and crash +ii- S ii if 1 k Special Shipment Negligee Shirts iImarket t efj535 TERMS CASH i H Je McRobertJ Oil ac ct+ t M4hP aiii6 k JfJjrit 4 ey1 itHfJ ptlsl The Winding Up of our spring Rod summer busi ness presents nn opportunity to our customers to buy summer tti lgoods See us for bargains i The Beginning withejust what you need for early wear See us for cottons cali coos percales ginghams etc Severance Sons New Store XXth Century quantity WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC l JOHN BRIGHT JR CO O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS H WALL PAPER t PRICEr oftFurniture Carcts and Rugs It will please you Call and see Withers Furniture Co 4I I THE INTEK10R JOURNAL I Entered n the post office at Stanford at econd lan adder Wab1tahaaTusosa5aettad3r ztdava T 1 PER YEAR CASH m When not iOp ti8 3OO will btCDtittd f 0 KNOXVillE DIVISION No 21 Train going Nonll1t 4 a m No 28 South1lANoJS II II am NO 23 p m For ill Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 SUnford tt lSSam- NoWtrrlTetttSttntord 1I5 a m Stanford St 280 p m Ko 21 If rot i8 PRICE Dentist Stanford Ky Office ore McBobuUDrnt Bolldldf Stort In the owale71 R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over HigRins 4 McKinneys StonITelephone lo 91 NEW LIVERY STABLE 8 W BUHSE tt 3JIT Iron JUNCTION CITY KY FirttOlasi Turnouts amt Reasonable Rater Special Attention to Traveling Men and liar For Bale A a M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers lib services as L10t0thQx to tho people ot Lincoln County lie will plcaieyou both In work and i prlco to him MONUMENTSPURE 7INO Wblte Bronze U to stone In the monument business what the drop head sewing machtne It to the old hand method or the palace car U to the old stage coach It ii the advanced thought of the age It It Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and pla o of ones It U very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap Please hold your order until you can Investigate It r J C McWhorter Agt toCRAB ORCHARD KY f J+ t1+ 4VbMY tTNDE rAXEIt EMBALMER x And Dealoar In BAHNESS SADDLEET 0 Stanford Ky ItDR GOLDSTEINE- ye t R Specialist of LouUTllle will be at i Veranda Hotel at Stanford 1AQaesday and KiKdaj Sepl 9 1 10 Colfattlolf yiu want upc ilor glatse or tpecticlta to strengthen oyes Ofliehoart 8 a m to S p m E C Walton President R Hughes Secretary Trctsurer Contra Kentucky Real tstateFxchaniTITLE Stanton Ky No tlloureandlottoSUnfant8reroomrlp- orch In the IMr Note lo side oo1 Uood lor tmtll lit PrinHMi 2al1 27 aent rallet from Man No Aargooiroomsbaek porch aDt Veranda Uood tarn In rood In six fields well fenced so acres tn lloughtiteommiloarraailat bargalnlanti tan be Ice iiperare Und tajolning mid for tie aDd fib This It tUargsln No slIoulO sad lot In Stanford House on UOod stablt anti S acre of laattalus Ore rooms well fenced One of prettiest bulldlog lots In town enough In front ter two other cottages or iroom be the cottage and be story front iNi borne Will he 101t cbeap u tb owner must bare money 7 rooms b11 ForeorrrrenteOlTlarawoaLgood 10 No 3 House and and trout larch Oood gUIlt and stable OGod repair told chwp- Na 7 House and lot In Stanford 1H itorlei rooms Oood garden smote and coal houses oal7 1300 Ace 8 Farm of acret miles Iron Sian M clii cultl vatloi luealord countyon orcharduad rest In thllbtr Two 1In pasture and outbulldinga- watered weUgood hatesmall cottage and tnelnl fairly good plies can b bought ttyour price as owner lint In Indlinai Us anti mutt ha money No s i farm of 22lacroa four miles from Sian lord on best pike In the county Sixty acres In 6 In clorer andlln timothywheat 40 in corn blusgtu Is lIlt in six lIk1l well Cenced In line cat well and iprlog two outrttssand enough tlnlbtr btlag on make 6100 peat A Ipludl farm and onlf minuttt drive trout lbluegrass line farm adjolnlic tbls masrccennyrefuselt5oeracreyweonerthu t id per acre Noll29 acre ltn1 with necessary luiproT Ciani sl Dwelling has rur amltruinlent porch Large barn moke ouse etc Weltwalre fenced and bulldln In good repair rrios Nol2l wlllnsfor ax ind port etueeesry oulbulldlog anti garden Also I 1orylorroom UxGO feet lower mans uppll1 with rounUrs belreaetc WsUr la dwelling aDd tomoom Iii cistern and well on One mile from Stanford Uulldlngl uioodrepslrtnddwelllo Orlgin Uf oat 11600s tell UUi for tSW orlad nore oror will rent or sell separately Xolt2ao cn tinu i mite of Crab Orchtr IMck dwtlilon 8 rooms two tinint ham r two barn well ant spring near dwelling Farm In high Itlte of culUrallon 150 acre rrer bollolD land good fencing fruit ee lrlre7M ao au 100 acres oh land on Lancaster stree- tabOrehardeppoa4teprngs 10 no tin abund twit roTWMBts water 1rtttutbulkRpg tile to town lr1ce euo No UA lire cottage and lot on Lneallrr IIrd Sumf rJ roosts cUtern tie fl ese willsslltar SI060 Ne 16W acres of land In Madlttn ennui rte wile South of Richmond tad 2 mils or lytogKIDPOn It Wundt- rw Clcol road knownasthbCol Frtrat buildings sleet barns ouibulldlnir to riffltr of good water and one of finest ene rlrnl ckr nytnl lies stock farm In le eosntr for the ioon r price UO per acre No nAfarm of 11 acres our Hu UnrllU welling of etgbt rooms bill veranda tie On cant house noek barn Urge totaeeo burn and- ctUart outbuildings Ultra and good wel In th aN IIId wr to er flew on the plate Farm 08110 icren fields and Entalias laud No IFrm of 19 acme situated nor long IIU Ky M term cuUlrttloo attn Uaberi III watered two bunt and otbr aLul1Slogs repair lIwUlOCeomrralhe- Is or Ihreenew wlblnlM Les keand IOhooi polo eoanty road and II the asset deeraIM- Irm In that Motion W will tell the whole Crm of not luthan 88 acres tott or 11I1I purchaser This certainly cheap property No Farm of 71 acre water nnbur- wdllng Od barn etc Well fencllll nd bull In good Ptolyctlac Ume flonelnd la good lhborbood sehoo- lud on goof road Irlre 1700 No 51 Alarm of WJteret In Lincoln counlj TbtH good dwellings good bens sad other out ulldlngs each house barn etc about the tents or 100 acres All on county row X tulle froc cburcb school and totac Lalsw1 and well atered This Is a good would 1Uiliwo or tbre jnilllea that might want to com the tame neighborhood Trice rtatonable No V5A form of acres la Casey county Kj Oond ooblll dwetUng with six room- good barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In iltlrtilon 45 acre In timber hint trees ele 17well on county raid close to churches 1rIceonlyJfiOO Ko MFtrtu ol 118 acre In Casey county Two frame dwelling two barn anti oche Itcry tbutldinga In good repaIr Spleudtd tobact land and in ood wmmualt7 Absrgaia at No STFtrmofllJacret In Casey county ow two story S room frame dwelling and old d1llIIng In fllr 0011100 Darn and other out buildings On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two wells taring etc This h a da rable home rice Jl No 5SFlfty urea near Pleasant Point Ky Ftme house 5 rooms and Hum and olhe S ten tin cultivation rest In IItr WeilwateledlOlyards from OIbool- and liyt well on pike and In com unity 1rloafOGa Yehaabuyer for230or300acre fare rtuatei rrom one to three miles frtui town Also buyer fo bKIt aces situated tram one to four mile rromlown with or without linproTenients Alt buyer for an e 4000 to 310 000 farm close to town 1015 Four bouses and lota In Rowland Ky IdSIOO each No thOy urea of land near Crab Orchard 20 Twostorr bouse 0 rooms haUteranda 12 ere land la Stanford Prop In od uae tern n g retlautifuldomeIrlel1O at door io22 House of rooms porch one acre of uudand good stable One mile rom town F iuof HJ era Smiles from Stanford Fraloe dwelling of 1 rooms 2 2 bums one 10 stable and wagon shed combined the oher n extra good tram cattle sheds attached especially arranged for curln tobacco tinauery and corn crib Fine orchard lcndnlt In good repair Well watered 2 cisterns ele This farm hia occupied by a former owner 17 and la well and luiprurM U In nleufpoemAtce church and school lU ot l for for hilt grain rent and Is culllraled In wheat tobacco anti clover Title perfec- ttpnsentowner5Stt0 as manly records wll- Ibow Will foIi Dwelling of4 rooms with 20 acres land In Mortlsnd Coal barn and neoetsary outbuild 2 welt In orchard and 2 acre la itrswttrrlcj IlUntetIaIIOOIlon 1rlcetMO So 2J Film of 100 acre near Crab Orchard New 2story frame dwelling of 8 roomy hall and soda Barn tmokehoute etc In good repair ell watered good orchard Cut In fields 20 res In wh 40 tcret la corn 8 la timothy rut grass Price per acre No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double nun- du hallway Etc A Urge 2 story storeroom IronllDI street 30 leet tram hotel stairs suits bl i 2 nice cottage nicely furnished papered and painted 4 rook and veranda etch A lalll barn un issue used ttlivery stable Good rprden vaunt lot adjoining K reel trout by Ceet deep All of this property Is In London snd Is a One chance for some one to mate money oprlelor has refused to rent property for 150 monlb On account of ill health of wife only reason tOt telling proprietor desires to exchange ror farm In Lincoln county CECIL CKTRON Junction City Ky Wholesale Dealer and Dottlers o- fSODA POP and all kinds ot soft drinks Write for prices Old Table llttteo John Ruftcll n ntmtleman somo tllnO member of tlio household of nutupbr Duke of Glwtor was perhaps one ot the first to give In his Book of ln tare 140U tiiitrucUons an to tbo If Inn of tables The cloths wore to bo croQMloss not with the appoarnnco of having lain upon kulvca were not to bo 1llotl on tow cloth Appitrontly there wuro Beauty articles of practice uscfor UIO guests nt that time but otlquctto nm elaborate rules camp In on the sullJlCt ot curving find serving various IJlecs which It was seemly to choose for this or that guest The upper crust of tbo loaf wns for the lord also tho whll of it capon Among Indigestible and undcslral things were tut sttiows hair slhl feathers heads plnlous legs and out sides of thlfibs Tbo dlfTurcnt expo slons such as taking off tbo leg of n cation pulling another birds wing etc arc not without intention nllt most practical Indeed Some of tho works on tho subjd with their well dislgncd plates sllow Ing tho sections for carving vhcro lh knife should travel might still bo tltull led by modern hosts or their carve and yet the result would Ira good quite as correct as our methods whll1 like all tho rest arc not new aFaultyTcnn Charles Stewart a Drltlsh lawyi published a volume of reminiscent and in It tells two stories about Tcnn son whom ho found self conscious nnd accessible to flattery A little niece of mine bo rolntes was one day standing beside his cbalr lie lifted her up and placed her on his knee for halt a minute and then ho put tier down saying Now you enn say you have sat on Tennyson knee On another occasion Tennyson wos Jowctta guest at the Masters Lodi Hallo with n few other men and ntt cr some good talk tbo poet had retire early to his room Next morning nt breakfast Tennyson was in a silent mood but as tbo men were rising trom the table he said Jowett after I left rou last night 1 wrote a tow verses I im not euro that I have ever dono nny thing better I will read them to you lowctt preparing to go off for his lays work replied hastily Oh no hank you Tennyson Ive no time tor that sort of thing just now I am very busy Sunday nthle As grown up folks are divided on tho question of what Is proper and what i not proper to do ou the Sabbath pot hnps two little girls neighbors In Wos Hgbtysecond street may be forgive Cor a mild dlsputo overheard ono recent iunday afternoon Both little maid were freshly dressed and were ovldont Iy out upon the steps fpr n breath ot nlr after their dinners Tbo younger onc full of the Joy of living was work ng off somo of her youthful spirit lIy walking up one side of the stone stop ind down the other Oh you oughtnt to do that on Sunday It isnt right and your umtuim vont like it Thats what they oil nuking the Sabbath eald tbe oldui ono about twelve years old She wa landing Btlll and looking very re iroachfully nt her caurpfiskm Well I dont care Whats a girl to elo outdoors Sunday petulantly askct the little girl Why nothing of course Just etani roundNeY York Post Treatment of Faro toles A hairy mole which is still growls hould bo removed at onco even at the rIsk of some Injury to the skin It Is boW probably no more than a plexus of apillary vessels with only n smal supply of connective tissue There II also a likelihood that it tins not yet In olved tho skin It this bo its condition tho skin over tbo tumor may be fleeted In flaps and tbe tumor ttsol trangulatcd with llgnturo In one ot the usual ways The flaps should the be replaced anti tho result will bo 0 minimum of clcatrix nnd deformity But If the najvua be allowed to grog Jt will become a large highly vascular ertctllo tumor probably Invading ant solving tbo skin liable to profuse hemorrhage if injured yet still quite menablo to treatment thought of a- less simple kind Tbo modes of treat- Ing uteri are numerous and are contln ually lacrenelnir u RAMS FORSALE Pure Southdown llama for title Call on or write to W U McKlnney Klflda Store Ky The Hill Academy Next term begins September ItfOI Weak for the patronage of parents who dellre their children to have the advantage or a fint class thorough training Those who wilt not study aro not wanted as they lerfero with the progress of others 8 M nA Principal ubliG Sale FIneBou6 Farm ON WEDNESDAY AUO 20 at 10 oclock a m I will offer at public 1aale farm of acres 3X miles trom- DanvU1c on the Lexington pike The- mrovementeconsist of one 2story brickIt- OUIIO of tevon rooms and kitchen hall front and back porches good dry cellar un- dor entire front of house storeroom Dumber of closets all necessary outbuildings barn carriage house thong sheds for ma chlnerv granary corn crib Ice house coal- bouo grapes garden as paragul bcd otc t also a largo yard shaded by torost trees the place la well watered with cistern at house barn There are 30 cores In 30 In hemp In corn a In field peat balanco put In wheat and- oau about 30 acres have been town In tlm otbyand clover Tbe farm la divided by county IKS acres with Improvements onone side and 85 acres on the other It 1111 be told separately or together whlch oyer way brings Crops will be sold to purchaser It desired and posses Iln at any time It Is In a splendid nelghborbood with school on place to look over the farm etc Anfone welcomed at any time Terms made on of sale Lunch served at laleWItS J W LYTTLE r D English IN MEMORIAM A loving wife and a Rood mot or ROOD homo Died near Crab Orohard on July 27 1002 Rebecca J Auderou wife of John L Anderson need IU years Mrs Anderson made a pro feu Ion of the Christian rellRlon about nine years ago and was baptized by Elder K D Noakoa after which 8bo united with the Christian church aDd lived the the of a ohrUtlan until tboI Lord called her home Sbo was a c stool euffercr for many months but wSt always ready to near her utTerlog8I with patlenco and when death calno aba calmly remarked I an Iola bomo Sho has len behind a kind aDd affectionate husband and loving faithI ful daughters and ono dear little boy to mourn a mother lose but their lout Is her gain In tbo sweet bye and bye Hor body was laid to rest July 28 1002 at Epbciua church after funeral dllcoureo by Elder D Noakes and John Elder to a very largo congregation who was present to extend theIr sympathy to tho ono they always loved May God blols tho sorrowing and heartbroken Dace and may His grace sustain thorn In tble sad hour ot sorrow and bereavement h the prayer of the writer The family wishes to extend tbelr thanks to all the neighbors and trim that were so kind and good lo us both day and night ull through our dlstroi A FRIEND The Queen ct Crescent Route w sell tickets at rate ot one faro for tbo roundtrip on account of Lcxlnct Uoreo Show Pall and Carnival Elb at Lexington Aug 1110 Inclusive Tickets good returning until AUIf18th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlncarsoo G P A Tho best physic Chamberlains Slot icb and Liver Tablets Easy to take Icasanl In effect For sato by Craig locker Druggists Stanford A Tall Clock For Sale I have a tall wooden 100ycarold doc or tMa It keepcorrect time merino Larwley Hurnetta Ky FARM FOR SALE I want to sell tat farm of M ore tween InweliortTtll and Crab obard ilkes four miles from Stanford Imnrov tents good All In rags Will sell ref onabto A IL MATUBNV Stanford 41 1 FOR SALE j I have A 15Uorte Traction Engine alto now Shredder for MI You CAn get a bargain Cuss Coarse UllledROTllle Ky BROWN Z BROWN AttornoysatLowf- fico In Masonic Bide SOMKU3L Room 0 KY win iiroetke In all the State Courts alia tn UtilUd States and Bankruptcy Court illeetkmt made and promptly Mason MoteMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds a Porter hblo Every hing first class meet all train 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE none and Mules constantly on hand and- tor tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager GREEN HTE WOOllEN MILLS Phil Casey Co Ky Mers of Jeans Cassmcttcs Linseys Flannels Blankets Yarn wo make a tpcclalty of roll carding and nlso of yarns Sply or aply- In any color Isaiah White of Stanford hat samples of our and will chip your wool 84VO you freigh- tustonvlle Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property Iituated on thn north of Main on sttldnof College street In Iluttonvlllo Iy Convicting or hotel and livery table- and vacant lot This property Is well are r ngcd for hotel or hours aDd- livery stable having on same a nice livery barn CSxTS and ull outbuildings necessary tor hotel and livery purposes vacant lot for private It desired erlaitlng water In abundance Property I well arranged for private residence now rented for that tt von want good laylog property In UUltoavlUe call on or address U Carpenter UUlton 11110 Ky E E e That socalled cheap insurance the dearest thing 011 earth That a dollar saved in the pro mium may cost you n hundred in a loss That only solid cash in sight and pcrienccd management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of- Now York can bo relied onI Josso D Wearon Stanford clnslvo Agent for Lincoln OarrnrdDoylo an t duoy Counties Kentucky L STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY s ITilt Agricultural and Mccbnnloat Slue College College of Kentucky offers the following coursM study viz Horticultural Chemical Biological MntboiitttlcnJI Physical KnU mologleal lhslolorloal Normal choo Olllllllloal Flee leltl Unglnetrlng KlIglncmng anti Mining Lnginonlug cools of which extends 1siat graduate a2Grsnl of etndy am also over four years and lust to It degree Each ootirto o tnriy U ortfsutzcd undegreeprovided loading each to a uiitstere dor a separate faoully The general faculty numbers more than 40 jirofcMon and instructor County Appointees receive tuition roam tort In dormitories F fuel Iud lights and If they remain JO months tmyuJln The laboratories and museums are largo well equipped oomprouenslvo and moth S 0000 for a college homoappropriatedLegislaturesThe lost and tho preceding for men CongressOradustes and liberal remuaemtioue rho In excess CQllege supply Last tie matriculation list wits Gillyear For cataloguer method of obtaining nppotnttuenti Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K I A11BltsO 1h LL D Prc ldent Or to D 0 FlUKK Uuilnei Agent LrJttsoTOS KY 6 Examinations begin Sept 6 1902 Fall Term begins Sept 19 1902 Stanford Female CollegeTin 35th nnouni session of this well known anti popunr flay anti Hoarding School fur UirU will open stpt 3ur catalog aUJrms B J riulcerlon President Stanford Kentucky PHIHHEYSfil1OIlsJ HDSFAll BIlIIIJ flNfY OntO AffAGme JIItJYfL TtnTURtrrl- 5aIeieb tYfRYBODYo PRELMItARY tJnrnloaue RlDUGED C4 s GOI1IfG now RERDY Rf7L5- ON 1 APPLICATotsaau a Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W MoCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky nenutlfolly tttuated In the hluJra rcRlon lint advantages that DC other female college In the State afford Just closed one of the most u U rUIIlolIl in Its hlstorr The only female collpge In Kentucky that keep a faculty composed of graduates of the University of Michigan Ann Arbor Columbia Vnlrcnlty NV City Unl s realty and other of the world greatest school with rwwrdt unsurpassed at Instruc ton JIuslo department exceptionally strong with Instructors from tilt greatest Copier calorie Poloiitttlr and general equipment of building Hrktrltt Frequent Illuttrated lectures by the president on hit Unroll In Egypt Palestine and Europe muck news almost unknown Good table No fusty leaders tfeud fur handtomo catalogue CARSON PENCE DJAJJms IX j Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards HarnessfFull and complete stock of tho above always on hand and aro sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY s Session Opens Monday Sept 1st IV i Tho prcJidont is n graduate of Kentucky University and ho spout several years in tho College of Germany where ho tie cured leis degree Ho has for some time boon connected withla Drake University DCS Moiiies Iowa Ho will bo assisted bn full corps of experienced teachers EFtDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices i- TtIc RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive I a CallI