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M SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11S
VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 25 1901 9 A Ai NO 2fi
LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I
James McCarley of Garrard bought
a lot of lambs at 4o
0 T Bobon sold to W II Ulneanon
a saddle horse for 75
W C Terhune bought In Mercer
county 20 mulo colts at 160 to 8T0
Marie Ilardtn bought la the Waynes
burl section a bunch of hogs at Mo
Gray Jr Dell of Louisville hare sold
their pacing mare to an Eastern flrra
for WOOO
It Is estimated that from 1350000 to
100000 chanced hands on the Ameri
can Derby
James W Moqre of Rockcastlc sold
to J H Baughman Co a carload of
i wheat at 70o
Loulsvllln sports are said to have
e
dropped 110000 on His Eminence In
the American Derby
Dan Peed bought of J Q Ward bU
crop of about 20000 pounds of tobacco
at Oc Bourbon Now
Six or eight good young highgrade
Shorthorn milk cows for sale AU
+ fresh Josh Jones Stanford
W C Whitney It Is claimed paid
130000 lor a two ycarold colt by Wal
ter Course dam Marguerlquc
Too United State produces 775000
000 pounds of tobacco yearly Oec half
this amount Is consumed at homo
S Moreno bought of W S McGuIro
and George Rankle a lot of hoes at 6c
He wants more at the same money
Boasley Isms bought of W A Trlb
ble a two yearold horse for 175 and
sold to him a bunch of shoals at 6c
E P Carpenter of the West End
has a colt by Dignity Dare for which
he has rnfutcd 1300 He hold him at
509
509M
j t M J Farrlf sold to Simon Wlehl SJi
fat cattle for July delivery at 5c They
will average when delivered 1500 Ibs
Kews
KewsJoin
Join Jones sold to J D Dalton of
Moreland 60 barrel of corn at 276
and to K P Woods a Jersey cow and
calf for 3760
Josh Jones 60 lambs that hosold to
E P Woods at Cic somo time ago
t topped lobo Cincinnati market the day
i they wore sold
Dignity Dare the splendid saddle
stallion owned by D S Carpenter of
Uutlonvlllc Is making a big season
He has served 70odd marcs
Brigadier broke the worlds record
for one mile over a circular track at
1 Sheeptbcad bay by winning the Sheep
I head Bay Handicap easily In 137 Ilj
The first bile of ibis years cotton
crop was from Nueccs codnty Texas
and It Is claimed this breaks the
worlds record for early cotton by four
days
U B Woods Jr tells us that be has
a colt by Eagle Bird that ho Is going to
worry the boys at the fairs with this
year He says It beats the good one ho
had last year
In his review of the financial situa
tion Mr Philip King states that the
dullness of the past week was duo
largely to the desire of groat Interests
to restrict present operations for a la
ter rise
riseRobert
Robert Waddell ridden by Butlman
won Uio American Derby Terminus
t was second and The Porader was third
Tho time nl 23345 lobe record for
the American Dorby The betting
against the winner was 12 to 1
LANcASTEIt COCUT Thera wero
y only about 75 cattle at tho Lancaster
block pens yesterday and very few sold
A mixed lot of steer and helfor calves
brought 813 and lame cow etult 2lo
A bunch of hogs sold at 5o and some
BOWS and pigs Mill to IIH There war
Mule or no trading In horses and
j f mules The crowd was unusually
small
smallDUES
DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP
A cheap remedy for couhs and colds
is all right bur you want something that
will relieve and cure the mom severe and
dangerous results of throat and lung
roubles What shall you dot Jo to a
warmer and more regular climate Yes 1
if possible if nut possible for you then
in either case lake the only remedy that
has been Introduced In all civilized
v countries with success In severe throat
and tuui troubles Buschees German
Syrup It not only heals and stimulates
the tissues to destroy the germ disease but
allays Inflammation causes easy expec
loratlou gives a good nights rest and
cures the patient Try one bottle Hoc
ommended many years by all druggists
In the world Get Greens Prize Ama
nile For sale at Pennys Drug Store
I Stanford
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l The Hurrodsburg Democrat W P
Walton at the bellows came In on reg
f iular tlmo last week full of spicy edito
sqt rials and Interesting saws Items Har
rodeburg will now be given an opport
tunlty of becoming acquainted with u
real live democratic paper backed by a
j gentleman who knows what to say and
t how to say It We predict that tho
people of Mercer county will soon learn
the value of ibo Democrat and will
support It liberally Adalr News
Fourth of July Rotes Low rates via
the Queen A Crescoat Route from all
points on account of Fourth of July
andgood
good returning until the 8th Ask
r ticket agents for particulars
t A lame shoulder i usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and may he
cured by a few applications of Chamber
lain Pain Balm For ale by Craig A
Hoclter Druggists I
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Crab Orchard
Mrs Dr Burdettc of Brodhcad vis
Ited her parents Mr and Mr D C
Payne this week
There l a vast amount of lumber and
a largo number of Hoc telephone poles
at the lumber yard awaiting ship I
ment
Tho Southern Military Band of Crab
Orchard will furnish the music for the
picnic to be given bythe Maccabses at
Wayncsburg on the 20th A gala day
Is anticipated
anticipatedMr
Mr Bowman Smith of Cor bin came
down Saturday and remained until
Monday with his family Mrs Dr
Carpenter Mice Tort and Mrs Dr
Black spent Sunday with Mrs M E
Fish and daughter
The Ice cream and strawberry up
per given by the ladles of the Baptist
church was a very pleasant occasion
and a handsome little sum was realized
A praiseworthy effort Is Being made
by tho ladles of both Baptfstand Chris
tian churches to repair ana modern
ize their church buildings
Harry McGeo of Livingston Is visit
ing his mother for a brief period Mrs
Hannah Wllhoyte of Woodford and
Mrs Cora Gaines of Lancaster are
with Mrs Wm Stewart Miss Isabel
Ross of McKlnnoy made a short visit
to friends hero Sunday Uncle Charlie
Redd continues verr feeble
Misses Georgia and Katie King re
turned from a visit to Parksvllle and
Junction City Eld G W Shepherd
left yesterday for a short visit to Lou
isville Mr Dave Purdom and wife of
Ml Vernon were visitors of Mljs Fan
nie Langford Mr James Collier of
Mt Vernon Ie a guest of Mr John
Dameron
Mm Amanda Roberts departed this
life last Thursday at the extreme old
age of 02 Shesustalncd and sooth
ed by unfaltering trusi approached her
grave like ono who wraps the drapery
of her COUCh and lice down to pleasant
dreams An appropriate service at
her grave was conducted by Eld J G
Livingston
Mr Joe Carson and family of Louis
vile are sojourning with Mrs Sarah
Brooks and daughter Mrs John Car
boot of Alabama Is visiting her sister
Mrs David Holman Miss Jean Buch
anan returned Friday from a pleasant
visit to her sister Mrs A Addams at
Lebanon Mr John Haldeman of
Louisville Is spending a few days with
her mother Mr Jobn Buchanan Mrs
Dr Dick and children returned Friday
from a protracted stay In Rockford III
Crab Orchard has been quite gay
during the past week About 200 phar
macists and otber prominent persons
gathered at lobo Springs Hotel and all
went merry as a marriage bell for
several days There was a sound of
dayTheir
Their program was varied and enter
taming consisting of a business period
and then games and contests of an In
lercsllog nature Many handsome
prizes were awarded ihn victors Mr
and Mm J B Willis were equal to the
occasion and left nothing undone for
the comfort of their visitors Guests
arrive now on every train and an un
usually prosperous season Is anticipat
ed for this deservedly popular resort
1N MEMORIAM
Dr Edward M Estcs departed ibis
life Juno 19th lOon We are doing
nothing out of tho ordinary when we
pay a tribute to tbo memory of a do
Ceased brother The ancient Greeks
and Romans were wont to gather bout
their fallen heroes and recount their
virtues and lobo trophies they bad won
Memorials brass and marble In un >
dying verse and Imperishable Utteran
ce have come down through all ages
to Inspire the ambition of youth and
stir the pulse of manhood It Is Indeed
filling thai we should pause a brletmo
meat amid the absorbing cares of dally
life and mark the footprints of those
who have attained a worthy promt
nence among men and while wo weave
a garland of lowers to deck the graves
of our friends who have gone from
among us the lesson of our mortality
and lobo duties wo owe to each other
and our families
MASONIC HALL MoKlnney Ky
WHEREAS The Grand Architect of
the Unlyerso has seen cause In His
Infinite wisdom to remove from this
hallowed ball Bro Edward M Estes
we bow In humble submission to tbo
will of Him who doeth all things well
and while wo his brethren mourn his
loss and untimely death and our faith
Is strengthened the hope of a glori
ous Immortality therefore bo It
RESOLVED What thisloJge bo drap
ed In mourning and Us members wear
the usual badge of mourning for 30
daysThat
2 That we the brethren of this
lodge lender our sincerest sympathy
to lobo widow and orphans of our do
ceased brother and point them to Him
who watches over Israel
a That a copy of these resolutions
bo spread on the minutes of the lodge
and copies of same be sent to the wid
ow and relatives of the deceased
W L LOWDER i
MOSES COFFEY I Committee
P M WARE I
What most people want is something
mild and gentle when in need of a phys
Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets till the bill to a dot They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect For
Bale by Craig Hooker Druggists
Low RATES The L d N will sell
roundtrlp tickets at It fares to any
elation on Its lines July 2 3 4 good re
turning July 8 on account of 4th of
ofJuly
Julyr
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Hartwell Casey County
Miss Bettle King has been quite sick
for the past few days
The Casey county teachers Institute
will meet July 8 for a 10 days session
George King has returned from a
business trip to lobe Cumberland Moun
tainsFrank
Frank Russell wife and daughter of
Lincoln aro visiting Col Robert Lao
bam ibis week
Humphrey Bros bought recently
rom a Cincinnati 0 firm one of the
famous O I C bogs
P Barton has the sympathy of tbo
entire community having lost both
father and mother In the last few
weeks
Many of the boys who have served
their country so valiantly In the Phil I
ippines have returned to their homes
In this locality
The grocery drummers and fisher
man are as thick on the roads In Casey
county as a concourse of fiddlers on
their way to Heaven
James Chelf the hustling saw mill
man has returned from the mountains
to be with his family now quartered
at hia fathers Perry Chclf
M K Humphrey can not be found
even for business transactions But tis
written he shall leave father and moth
er and business and cleave unto his
wife
wifeI
1 C Brown has five learns hauling
his lumber from Morses mill lo Dan
ville A Humph ey and wife were In
Stanford recently to consult Dr R A
Jones
The potlie young matron Mrs C
R Carton Is taking music and will
soon entertain her family and friends
with choice selections at her elegant
home on Green River
Tho Sunday school recently organlz
ed at Carpenter Creek Schoolhouse
Is prospering having a regular attend
ance of nearly 100 The enterprise
should be encouraged as a step In the
right direction
Mrs J H Sympson one of Lancas
ters handsomest ladles visited her
sister Mrs I C Brown last week
Miss Catherine Wllchcr of Stanford
Is visiting her uncle Wllllaji Myers
Sr and family
Eld J H Newel scarcely removes
his gloves at meal time Having gone
unrcathed through two matrimonial
ventures he will not be handicapped
by brown bands should a third present
Itself But The best laid plans of
mice and men gang aft aglec
At a late hour Tuesday night tbe
house of George Davis burned with
most of Its contents Cause of tho fire
is not known unless It caught from a
defective flue In which there had been
a fire early In the evening because of
the 111 health of Mrs Davie It was In
sured In the Kentucky Central Fire In
surance Co
Aunt Catherine Rigging of Phllvls
Ited her sons J WAnd William Rig
gins this week Miss Julia Lanham
has returned from a visit to her sister
Mrs Frank Russell of Lincoln John
Wheats pride is out of proportion to
tbe gravity of lobo offense He U papa
to a One girl but Is doing very nicely
at this writing
HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBER
LAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND
DIAKKHOEA REMEDY
III am sure that ChamberlainV Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one
time saved my life says A E Lafelatte
of Gregory Landing Clark county Mis
souri I was iu such bad shape that
the doctors IlIld I could not live When
1 < vas at the lowest ebb one of my neigh
bors brought In a bottle of Chamberlains
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
nd I took it and got instant relief I
boon got up and around Thai was nine
years ago and I am still in good health i
Since then that medicine has always
been in my house and always will be It
is the best on earth For sale by Craig
c Hocker DruggietI
The L N belt roundtrip tick
eta to Detroit Mich at one firslclasa
fare plus 82 membership fee account
National Educational Association July
5 0 7 good till 12 By depositing tick
eta with joint agent at Detroit on or be
fore July 12th and on payment of a fee
ot 50 cents at time of deposit an exten
alon of final limit will be permitted to
September let Inclusive
Our Jo John Yerkes may be as one
of his subs Insists the logical candl
date for vlco president in 1901 but
sophistry cuts more Ice than logic In
lobe selection of the off horse at our
quadrennial raceilLou Limes
Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington
June 25 to July 5 Low rates WIN
llamaipwn to Junction City good to re
turn until July 5th Ask ticket agents
for particulars W C Rlneludon G
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You can tell your readers that the
fly has literally ruined my wheat crop
said Clever Tom Best of the West
End to us the other day
o
A poatoaicd has been established at
Ashton Whitley county with G W
Lovett postmaster
I
MISS THEOHEMPHILL OF LANCASTER
who won first honors In lobo contest
here Friday night
LANCASTER
Born to the wife of Ben Pollard of
lobe Flalwood vicinity a girl Sarah
IrlSarabI
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Miss Eliza Lusk bad 12 applicants for
teachers certificates and one for a
State certificate at her examination
last week
Mr Kilgore of Glasgow and Miss
Fannie the pretty daughter of John
Parks of Paint Lick will be married
this morning
Our base ball boys went over to Crab
Orchard Thursday and the game play
i ed there resulted In a score of 12 to g
In favor of Crab Orchard
I A telegram from St Louis tells of
the critical Illness of Charles W FrU
ble formerly of this place His moth
er Mr Mattle Friable and brother
Fred Friable left at once for his bed
side
D K Prewltt shipped a car of sheep
to Greene Embry at Cincinnati Fri
day Sweeney Morgan shipped a car
of hogs to W R Crawford of Cincin
nati Lawson Jt Fox shipped a car of
sheep to same party Tuesday
The Illustrated lecture given at the
Christian church Thursday evening
was a success In every particular and a
neat little sum of about 140 was realiz
ed The pictures shown throughout
the entertainment were very good and
a large crowd was present
The baptizing at Dlx River on
Thursday afternoon was witnessed by a
large crowd Rev A R Moore per
performed
manner as he always does Prof VII
son accompanied by a few other good
singers rendered Nearer My God to i
Thee In a most creditable way
Miss Virginia Worrell of Flatwood
has been vlsltlpg friends here Miss
Worrell who Is one of the best teach
ere In the county has been employed
as Instructor in the public school at
Crab Orchard Editor Louis Landram
of tbe Central Record went over to
Crab Orchard last week while the State
Pharmaceutical Association was there
W L Spence a typewriter salesman
ot Lexington was In town several
days Master Richard Anderson spent
several days at Dripping Springs Miss
Margaret Shugars left Saturday to
visit friends In Loulevllle Miss Nor
NicholasllIe
vllle Mrs George Lewis and mother
are vtalllng In Louisville Mesdames
Henry Ward and Wm Champ of Paint
Lick visited here last week Mfta
MlosNelle
Nelle Bourne of Bryantsvllle spent
last week with Miss Ltllle Warner at
McCreory Mrs R Zlinmer baa gone
to Louisville to visit her daughter Miss
Elsie Zimmer who has been there for
some weeks Miss Amanda Eate left
Saturday to visit her brother Frank
Esles at Klrkaville
Our town was represented In the 7th
itbAnnual
Annual Blue Grass Elocutionary Con
test by Mla Theo the beautiful and
accomplished daughter of Judge James
O Hemphlll She acquitted herself
creditably winning first prize In her
selection Soldiers Joy in which
she was accompanied by Mrs Belle
Burnslde on the piano and Miss
Willie Belle Burnslde on the violin
We are justly proud of tbo success of
our entry as she la only 14 years of age
and this was her second attempt to
speak In public Her grace and ease
were remarked upon by all and the
vote for her was unanimous She Is
not only an elocutionist of much prom
lee but Is also a talented mUslcran We
predict for her a great future Mice
Horaphltl comes of one of the oldest
families In Kentucky the members 61
which are wellknown for their beauty
grace and intelligence Being of such
a wideawake disposition aba will nat
urally reap great benefit from her trip
to Buffalo Niagara Falls and other
points of Interest which has been
promised her by her Indulgent father
as a reward for her efforts and upon
which she will be accompanied by her
father Dr Klnnalrd abd daughter
Miss Angle Those who went over
from here were Misses Harris Marie
Joseph Nelle Johnson Allle Arnold
Bessie Batson Berda Hilton Hattle
Robinson Willie Bello Burnslde
Georgia + Henry Meaara John Lair
Ware McRotarts Basco Miller Jake
Joseph Louis Hermlon Will West
Wm Ball R H Batson Bright Jen
nings H H Hommell Henry Baqtln
Dr and Mrs Walter Beazley Judge J
O Hemphlll and wife and Mrs Belle
Burnslde All say the contest was
perfectly gotten up and compliment the j
managers of the affair very much
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t Is after us again These hot swelter I
1ing days bringjtd mind the need ofl
lightweight Clothing and
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1W Come to us if you are in need of these
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Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing
RepairingiIs I + I
Your money back If jourejnot satisfied
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H J McROBERTS
WALr PArE 1M1or +
The people of Stanford and Line ln County ate cordially Invited to
call and examine lobe handsomest line of
Imported Wall Paper
Ever shown in this section from the cheapest to the most expensive made Wo have
havein
In our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job
nt the lowest possible price 110 also have a lull line of Paints
Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etct
A E GIBBONS Danville
A C SNE
CONTRACTOR a BUILDER
STANFORD KENTUCKY
S I make close estimates on work and
guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work
manship and material as will be attest
ed by any one of the many parties for
whom I have builded duringthe 15 years
that 1 have been in business here
I carry a full stock of Doors Sash
Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed
Lumber Lath Shingles Etc
1 will duplicate anyprices offered
N N N N N M
Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and
you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har
rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti
vators and Tiger Hayl Rakes
HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford
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