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THE INTERIOR JOURNALr VOL XXXLV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 24 1906 NO 46 j Brother Barnes on John Alexander DowleW- ASHINGTONlS D Aug 20OL DEAR INTEIUOK You have very kindly published several papers of mine setting forth my views touching the dams of John Alexander Dowle tobo tho Elijah spoken of in Muluchl 45 and Matthew 171011 I will now ask you to do me tho favor of printing ti final word on the subject now that tho life of this remarkable man seems to be closing In pitiful trag edy His tall from n position of wealth and autocratic authority over many thous nnds of his devoted followers to pover ty and disgrace and abandoned by fain ily And former friends Is as startling ns it Is dramatic I have been asked by many who knew my connection with him in days of his highest prosperity What do you think of Dowlo now TI And my invariable answer has been Just what I havo thought of him from tho first and even moro so since his fallFor even the carelosa reader of Scrip turo must he Improssed with tho fact that ho only adds one moro to the long line of witnesses on record there who at one time of their lives were pre eml font for piety anti usefulness and of terwards brought reproach upon thee very namo of Saint Thuro is a dead Iv uniformity In the history of our race on this subject that jwlntu to a mural not to be mistaken And tho moral is summed up In 1 Cor 120 No flesh shall glory in His presence Not to dwell particularly on the grievous and Inexcusable fall of our first parents In Eden who set the pace in failure think of good Noah getting drunk utter passing through tho awful Hood by which ho condemned tho world and became heir of the right eousness which is by faith Think of Abraham tho friend of God the fath er of the faithful lying like any common liar and being reproved for it by heathen Ilmroah Think of MOICIIat the cloaoor a grand life forfeiting entrance to tho promis ed land by sinning so grievously that tho Lord Whom ho loved and Who loved him could not allow him to lead the hosts of Israel into their Inheritance Think of David tho man after Gods own heart committing adultery and t murder Think of Solomon tho wisest of men worshipping false Gods in hte old ago J And earning down to tho first Elijah think how the grand prophet of the oeof after Ids mnrv6lous llfeof faith fulnoM to God nnd heroic courage ran for his life at tho throat of an angry and spiteful woman ran to Becrshee ba the southern limit of his country and leaving his servant there ran out into tho trackless desert then abused the strength given by the food prepared by angelic ministration by runnlngstlll further for 40 days until ho landed In n cave in the inaccessible mountains of Horcb How little wo recognize in this cowardly fugitive the intrepid witness for God Who faced 850 proheta of Band and the grave and came off moro than conqueror In that conflict on Mt Carmel Then coming down to the second Eli jah and bt John tho baptist Think of him who saw the Holy Ghost descend on Jesus when ho baptized Him in Jor dan who know Him as the promised Mesiah so fur forgetting his own words as to gather around him u body of Ills ciplc who formed practically n rival school until it becamo a painful scan dal grieving the heart of Jesus and culminating in tho insulting question put by two of his disciples sent by John from his prison Art Thou Ho that should come or look ere for an other Is it strange then that the third Eli jah and second John the Haptist should fail in his turn 7 Wu venerate David for what ho did nnd delight in tho Psalms ho penned and sung oven after his crimes Wo reverence Moses as the servant of God though tho devil slew him for his sin on Mt Nobo But God burled him and we see him on the Holy Mount In glorified garb talk ing with Jesus pnd Elijah about the Cross of Calvary God could not trust Elijah after his dreadful failure Ills Bishopric an other took and Elisha was anointed In his room But the Lord took him to heaven without and wo see him on the Mount of Transfiguration one of the holy tics in full fellowship with Je bus Is there no lesson for us In all this scripture teaching 1 Let him that thinkoth ho standeth take heed lest he fall If we would believe God we will honor without grudging thoso e whom God has honored by using In His service and pity those who fall by the wayAnd because John Alexander Dowie was faithful In his generation In at tempting to restore aa his mission was everything that he found amiss be cause ho did this without fear or faVor at all risks and because Zion City stands as a witness of this known and read of all men I honor him for what ho did and I grieve that in Iris failure he quenched no many hopes of the still larger things ho might hove accomplished That tho Lord WWI with him at tho outset of restoration work there can be no reasonable doubt In a pre vious paper published In the INTEIUOI JOURNAL I wrote nt some length on the varied things he attempted to restore and on the basis of which Zion City was established and where as In an object lesson men could read as they ran what ho desired to do And ono can only regret that Paradise Valley in Mexico will not now bo established because the wondrous organizer of theso mighty schemes is laid aside I would not judge for that is forbid den but I am bound to read the lesson of this cruel failure in the light of past faiiurer ire xcrtpttlro nnd I think that King Uzziahs case In 2nd Chron 26th furnishes the parallel and the clue In verse 15 it is written Ho was mar velously helped till ho was strong but when he was strong his heart was lifted up I saw before I left Zion City in 1902 the elements of catastrophe and men tioned them in my letter to the INTERIOR JOURNAL Ills people made a polo of him I wrote And all who are tat miliar with his later utterances and writings remember how he always stoke of the Zionists as my j eoplc And tho spirit of poor Nebuchadnezzar was there manifest to all observers Is not this Zion City which I have built 7 After that scripture teaches that Satan has full swing to drag down at his malignant pleasure- I do not know how much or how lit tle of what Dr Dowio has been charg inl with Is true I am not defending tho wrong but I am glad to be slow to believe the bulk of unproved charge I never was stumbled because ho rode in palace cars and lived at first class hotels for I believed ho did that in ac cordance with tho dignity of his mis sion oa tho forerunner of a Jesus who was about to come as a conquering king The first John the Baptist was cloth ed In n garment of camels hair with a girdle of leather about his loins ahd his food was locusts and wild honey Ho whom ho proclaimed as coming was crucified If Dr Dowio was also a man sent of God whose name was John ho pro claimed a reigning monarch and it was meet that Ills forerunner should appear before the world in appropriate state I felt that I had no right to think that it was mere ostentation to live as Dr Dowie did any moro than that it is in appropriate in Whltolaw Reid to up hold tho dignity of this great govern mont at tho court of St James by liv ing in n grand mansion and entertaining sumptuously There is such a thing as official position Finally though I grant that tho wish may be father to the thought I cling to tho belief Intho original mission of Dr Dowie AS tho genuine thin Elijah because if that bo true Jesus our Sa vior and Kljjg is not far behind him If it be not true then I must look for Elijah once more because there is no advent of our blessed Lord to take Ills kingdom without an Elijah to announce Him Scripture can not be broken Even the despised Jew knows this and shames Christendom by placing an emp ty chair for Elijah at his Passover feast and nt every circumcision of a child And the Jew has only Malachi Ilins his warrant for this invariable ceremony We Christians have that scripture and Matt 911 1010 also and do not look for Elijah Shame on us With this Imperfect statement I have hoped to cancel some misunderstandings and help some honest souls that hardly know what to think In the confusion of tongues May the good Lord help us to refrain from judging for it will recoil on us in barrenness of spirit here and judgment yonder Ever in Jesus Bito BARNES Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician anti philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper Ient known to the medical profession and will cure moro diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Got a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists ami country stores A Nevada editor Is in trouble because he recently published an obitudry article concerning a man made a illteriLoves a Shining Mark but printer made it Mining Shark Three hus ky sons of the deceased gentleman Bur vivo him Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold under n positive guarantee to cure constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of Indigestion It It falls tho manufacturers refund your money What moro can any one do Pennys Drug Storo NEWS NOTES The wets won at Georgetown by 21 votesM V Monarch a prominent business man of Owensboro is dead There were seven deaths and 20 pros trations from heat in Chicago Wednes dayBy the explosion of gas In a colliery near Mahanoy City Pa two miners were killed and five others probably fatally Injured Chicagos colored population has Its 400 Its members are listed in the Colored Peoples Blue Book of Chica go jUlltllublished Mrs Harvey McCutchcn wife of Harvey McCutchen a member of the State Prison Commission died at her home in Russellville By tho derailment of a train on the Big Four near Anderson Ind the engineer and fireman were killed None of tho passengers was injured There was another suicide in Chicago growing out of tho Milwaukeeavenui Bank failure Edward Kollcreb a de posltor hanged himself to a pile of lum ber Harrison Alexander a Negro charg ed with criminal assault on a white woman was given the death penalty by n jury at Greenville lie will bo hung Sept 27- Bob Etheridge a Negro who at tempted a criminal assault on the daughter of T II West a farmer in Saluda county S C was shot to death nt tho scene of his crime The loss of life by the earthquake in Valparaiso probably will not be short of 3000 while the property destroyed is estimated at 100000000 and possibly is far in excess of that sum Suits have been filed In Indianapolis against the Adams American and United States Express to oust them from Indiana charging habitual viola tions of law in failing to deliver packages The letter of President Roosevelt to Congressman Watson pleases Democrats and Republicans The Republl cans like its stand pat tone and the Democrats think it will be to their in crests Tho Negro Federal troops havo been ordered out of Texas nnd will be sent to Fort Reno Okla Fort Brown at Brownsville is to be abandoned as soon as tho Government property can be packed up and shipped away County Judge Hazelrigg of Mont gomery county held the Cammack local option law to be Illegal He ordered two elections to be held on September 19 at which the question of local option will be voted upon Temperance ad vocatos and saloonkeepers asked for elections which accounts for two being ordered Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic nod diarrhoea come on without warning and prompt rthof must to obtained There in no necessity of inourrlng tho expense of a physicians service in such oases If Chamberlains Colin Cholora anti Diarrhoea Uomody is at hand A dose of this remedy wlU roliova tho patient before a doctor oould arrive It has never Leon known to tall ovoid In tho most severe nail dangerous oases and no family should bo without It For Halo by Stanford Drug CoTomMy married brother solves this vacation problem In a clever way Jessie How does ho manage It7 Tom He collects these Where to- Go booklets and by the time he gets through them all its September and too late to start Stomach Troubles and Constipation No one can reasonably hopo for good digestion whon tho bowels are constipated Mr Chase Baldwin of Mwardsvlllu Ill says I suffered rom chronic constipation anti stow ioh troubles for several years but thanks to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets am almost cured Why not got a package of those tab lets and get well and stay well Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by Stanford Drug Co Senator McCreary wouldnt do for an editor lIe admits that he had two whole days to answer Gov Bcckhams ipccch but says that is not enough time for an elaborate reply The Sen ator is too slow for these rapid times The idol of the young Democracy will be nominated before ho realizes that there Is a race on Frankfort Journal In Self Defense Major Ilttinm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when ho was fiercely attacked four fours ago by Piles bought a box of Jucklcns Arnica Salve of which ho says It cured mo In 10 days and uo trouble slnco Quickest hosier of Burns Sores tCutk and Wqunds 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford iyno Bros Crab Orchard d PREACHERSVILLE- All the sick reported In our last le ter have recovered Health of the community good at present Grandma Bell 60odd years old who has been blind for several years is enjoying the highly appreciated blessing of second eyesight A debating society has been organ ized at Harmons Lick J B Hutchins informs us and says that all are cor dially invited to attend Debate be bins promptly at 7 P M each Wednes dayRev Brookshcar of Arabia has been holding a twoweeks meeting at the Baptist church Six additions so far They were baptized Tuesday morning It has not been definitely settled when the meeting will close- J W Aker made a short business trip to Corbin He is considering a po sition as electrician there being fully competent to take charge of any elec tric light or power house In the country lie has had 15 years experience as electrician having worked at his profession in Lexington Several of our people attended Brodheads excellent fair Among them were Mr and Mrs S D Carpenter P E Parrish and wife Mrs JIW Aker also a lot of our young peo pie Mrs Aker received first premium on silk quilt and second on fancy work S D Carpenter got first and second on watermelons J M Cress second on peaches Sutton S Sowders first on their mule in running race The farmers are enjoying an epoch of unusual prosperity The cereal crops are from fair to good hay of all kinds made a fair average though somewhat deficient in quality Tobacco is being cut and is of such quality as to afford hopes of a munificent remuneration to the grower and many pipe dreams to its devotees The luscious melon crop is the bust in 10 years aud is affording regalement to all from tho elite of so ciety to the lowliest descendant of HamR G Pettus good stallion Naboth considered by many to be the best horse at the fair was tho blue tie winner In the harness stallion ring at Brodhead J L Anderson sold a pair of mules for 250 D M Anderson sold a flock of sheep to Henry Anderson at 425 W H Cummins sold a horse to Dr Percy Benton of Brodhead for 90 J H Thompson sold 13 mules to Sloan Bros for 1200 J P Rogers and Thomas Shaw each sold a team of mules at 290 Mr and Mrs Milton Foley of Wil liamsburg are visiting the family of his father Mr E Foley Mrs James Curtis of Garrard visited her parents Mr and Mrs It T Lunsford W T Sutton and wife of McCreary were guests of his brother J K Sutton Mr Wheat and wife of El Paso Tex are with her brother W P White Misses Nell and Blanche Newland of Cedar Creek visited their sister Mrs W C Cummins Mrs Elizabeth Bark er of Crab Orchard has returned homo after a pleasant visit here Mrs W P White visited Mrs Spratt at More land and Miss Alice Spratt returned with her- Make Hay While the Sun Shines If There Is a lesson In tho work of the thrifty farmer Ho knows that the biIght sunshine may last but a day and he prepares for the showers which lire so liable to follow So it should bo with over household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholera inorbus may attack some member of tho homo without warning Chamber lains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemudy which is the best known modlulno for thoso diseases should always be kept at hand as immediate treatment is necessary and delay may prow fatal For salo by Stanford Drug Co First Baldheaded Man No flies or mosquitoes bothered my bald head this Baldheaded ManWhat did you do First Baldheaded ManHad a spiders web tattocd on my bald spot New York Mail A Mystery Solved How to keep oft periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual eonstlpa tlon was a mystery that Dr Kings New Llfo Illls solved for mo writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that aro guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or monoy refunded Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard- Sundayschool TeacherHave you ever been baptized Johnny JohnnySure maam I have do mark on me arm yetBrooklyn Life Warning If you havo kidney and bladder trouble and do not use Foley s Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blamo for results as It positively euros all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Pennys Drug Storo IsHeOutofCollars The Arrow Brand Collar looks well until it is worn out and it wears out y slowlyh u Two for 25c l IV E Perking Crab Kentucky Orchard Distributing Depot for Pittsburgh Perfect Fences 11olectricnllJ Absolutely STOCK PUOOF We ran SAVE YOU MONEY on Fencing ALL AM SHE IT L GO COOCH r SON ttry eslmrg Ky Try our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand f W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting and all tho Commercial Brunches taught in the Commercial Department of the SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL Students now holding good positions Diplomas granted to thuso who finish the course Save one cost of getting a business education September it tho best time to Write for particulars I J C LEWIS or EIH LYLE London KyiSTANfORD MALI FEMALE SEMINARYF- irst term begins MONDAY SEIT H 1500 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclass surroundings comfortithlecoHege work done on coUegolprinciples work accepted byjtho host institutions in the JState rates very 1J reasonable uDout send oil to spool whenjjyou have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky L The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH If n candidate tor Ileprrgentntlvont Lincoln county nulijict to the action ot tbo IKino oratlo party f Democratic Ticket For Uongress HARVEVHELM of Lincoln county FROM a letter to nn Indinnn Congress man it Is shown that Mr Roosevelt has determined that the standpat policy on t the tariff question shall be an issue in the congressional elections Speaker Cannon in his keynote speech said I have no hesitation in saying that the present revenue law known us the Dingley law all things considered is the most nearly perfect and just cus- tomsI law ever enacted Most of the other thinking people of tho country I who are not only not benefited but rob bed by the Dingley law take the oppo i site view At any rato the Democrats r accept with delight the issue thus pro sented and with a platform declaring as of old for a tariff for revenue only willsweep the country Gov BECKIIAM has written a letter to Senator McCreary challenging him to joint discussions on tho issues entering into the campaign for United States Senator Gov Beckhams action is theIresult of a reference made to the ky interests in an address by McCreary at Mt Sterling Monday The Senator will of course accept the challenge and then the fur will fly IF the Danvillo New likes neither Hagcr nor Hays for governor it might substitute the name of Col R G f Evans of Boyle for that office on the ticket it is runing at the top of its ed itorial page In our estimation he is gubernatorial timber and of the very best kind TilE California Insurance Bureau fixes the net loss by fire in San Fran- Cisco at 132823067 This is a large sum but not so large as at first esti lmated and if the companies will pay up the Gate City will soon recover from the disaster HOKB SMITH Grover Clevelands Secretary of the Interior swept things in the democratic primary in Georgia and he will be nominated for governor on the first ballot He carried 110 of the 145 counties 1I SENATOR MCCREARY accepts Gov It Beckhams challenge to meet him on the stump and the twowill get togeth er during the coming week and map out their itinery JOHN D WHITE still has a following in Casey county but it is a mighty t small one Out of 735 votes cast in the 25lPOLITICAL Ollie James says he will not make the race for governor t Capt Thomas D Marcum of Catlets burg is a candidate for Congress in the NinthCharles F Murphy Tammany leader has virtually declared for Hearst for governorOhio in convention at Co lumbus cheered fortwo minutes when W J name was mentioned 1Reserved seat tickets for the Bryan reception in New York have been is t sued to the number of 2500 for the q various State delegations The Republicans of Illinois in con vention at Springfield nominated a State ticket and indorsed Speaker Can non for the presidential nomination in 1608 Former Senator Jones of Arkansas says the democrats should make revis ion of the tariff the issue in the next election He believes that on this a victory could be won Congressman J M Richardson will open his campaign for reelection at Edmonton next Monday He has invited Dr A D James his republican opponent to be present and divide time with himAfter a turbulent session the Illinois Democratic convention at Peoria nom- inatedr a State ticket indorsed W J Bayan for the presidency and voted for the resigdown a resolution calling nation of Roger Sullivan as National CommitteemanThe Baptist Association unanimously adopted resolutions praising and indorsing the actions of Gov Beckham and other officers for their endeavors to enforce the law clos ing saloons on Sunday and all who lent their influence to the passage of the County Unit Bill and other temperdnce lawsAn unknown man waa found In an unconscious condition lying in the weeds near the city limits of Paducah with his skull fractured He will die It is believed ho was assaultel1by footpads Lavinia Ray who was the daughter of a soldier in the Revolu home near Ed fallIlagroitteTsuJcae at Frankfort by the use of m t IKINGSVILLE confined to her homeforlseveral weeks with rhcumatismDr B F Walter of Lancaster was here in trio interest of his profession Bid J G Livingston begun a series of meetings at the Christian church Sunday night which will last this week and until after Bro Livingstons regu SundayIhouse The addition to our school building has made it a very commodious one The two teachers Mrs Laura Lee nnd Miss Laura Dye are conducting an eightmonths term with good attendanceMiss Higncy has been visiting friends at McKinney Mrs Emily Gooch and children have been guests of relatives here Mrs Manfred Chevo lette of Ludlow is the guest of relatives here and at Highland Mrs Syl van Privitt and baby of Hamilton 0 arc the guests of her mother and broth ers here Miss Pearl Reynolds who was seeing off some friends on No6 Sunday was leaning on her parasol which gave way with her causing her to fall from tho platform on the track several feet below severely injuring her side She was assisted to her feet but fainted- and falling again to the track cut herI lip in twain and broke out three of her teeth Her mishap caused considerable excitementGreater preparations than ever are being made for the G A It reunion hnsIyear tion As every one knows who has been on the grounds it is a delightful place for the occasion plenty of shade etc and the ground has already been well cleaned off and with prominent speakers and all the old attractions of a county fair minus the horse show the promoters hope to make the G A H reunion a decided success this year Dr C M Thompsons new building will be completed in a short time the best of work is being done throughout the best workmen have taken the ut most pains to make it most complete Dr Thompson and brother J W Thompson will carry a general line of goods a first class line of drugs furniture hardware etc The postoffice will be moved to the new building also Wallsbarber shop in the second story The doctors office will be in this build ing as will the Maccabee hall An invitation will be given Sir Knight Elkin to make a speech Misses Eva Sella and Minnie Leach of Lexington have spent the summer with relatives and friends here A R Lenox of Lexington spent a few days with friends here E W Creighton spent a week at Pleasant Hill Mo with relatives Mrs D M Creighton is back from a several months stay in Kansas City and Pleasant Hill Mo Miss Irene Rucker of Garrard has been the guest of Mrs Wm Lane Miss Katie Dykes of Paris is the guest of her cousin Miss Effie Carey Miss Madge King of Oldham county is with her mother Mrs L H Taylor Miss Margaret Routen of Lexington who has been with relatives here has returned home IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Grant Rice was crushed to death by a log in Knox county- V K Logan of Pulaski has been given a storekeeper and gaugers place in this district Attorney E V Puryear will enter tain the bench and bar of the 13th dis trict at Danville at a 6 oclock dinner on Sept Rawlings Voris and Robert Hard ing of this city and Attorney Denny of Elkton Todd county have filed in the Todd Circuit Court a suit to break the will of the late Miss Ida Twidwell made shortly before her death The contestant is Mrs J C Johnston of Danville mother of the deceased Danville Advocat- efummer DiarrhoeaChfld ron During the hot weather of the Hummer months the first unnatural looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that Is necessary is afew doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Stanford Drug Co- MATRIMONIAL Jesse Mathis aged 62 and Nancy Releford 60 were married at Pittsburg Saturday London Local Miss Bertha F John who it will be remembered conducted the Singing School Beginment here several months ago was married at Blanchester 0 to J Bassett Willard 1Heat caused the death of four chil Paducah Wednesday all dying with Summer complaint brought by the recent torrid WHAT LIFE MEANS TO ME Ah what is the meaning of life tome What work has the future stored away For each person has a goal to see And they draw nearer tiny by day Each has an aim in life A pace in this world to fill It may be or It may be strife For life begins ut the foot of the hill ItIs with us to do or die For lifes road is like the stormy sea It has and downs for you and Thats what liCe menns to me It means to me unearthly work Fraught with trouble and care And if my task I never shirk A crown in leaven I am heir Kind words and flowers that friends giveIs my heart most craves Id rather have the bud while I live Than the bush planted on my grave CONUOII CORNS CurEnCornExitwill pus tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if n perfect cure not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky John W Langley was nominated by the republican of the Tenth district as conIvention Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court J Hliouni Inrtlnt Hi IUilutltT vs Henry Martin ot nl IvfiMulnntn SOUl ut Will Iurnunnt to n judgment of tho Lincoln circuit vouit rendered In thN ulov Mvlcxl nctlon tilt undfTnlKiied Muster Com mlMloner of mild court will on MoS AY SKIT urril iww Utvreen mid 1JI r In font of therourt house iloor In Mtanford Kyell ut public outcry lo tilt hluhfht nml lit lilddiT Mvtll tenth7leptintlaNN11lllh of out tenth 1510 undivided Inlerett In tho tract ot lour hprelnafterile crltxil Thin title wiiHilocmd rumtitsceed of the I of their liurei In the wild renleitute tonrrnrv duration etr and to lilt lor certain Ilin thereon tie hereinafter Mit forth towlt A lien of rnnnlo DoiiKhi for the main of Ilttl with Interval nt per cent from ictober II owl to n credit ulturthUlldlvldrl7l0nuntlmurl further lien of Knnnle DotiRln biu of the undivided Intorent ordered old for nun of 1Ir with Interest thereon nt the rate of six per rent per nnnum from Jan II Ma tulleJnntnryand paid lct 35 Itucl ThrIdrealestatebidtunla In Lincoln County Kyon the water of 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIur- kcnlk and Is iHiunded tia follow- Beginning lit n chentnnt and larch rim nero to Mr toriHi Dauuherty decentcdi thence her line HM Vnt poles to n lvnntree hercarnegtheneNfar line S III v i JIlhs ton take thence her lino rontlnuvd lumpthrIienerUT MllrtlH1thUltK7I W U pukes to stony J thnee Ida hilt H K ISSpole toil ktnke hi corner thence lilt 61411V IP pole 1o n tnke theno hi line Hil K2U poles to n slake wear the top or tit rltl 6 tlienceHSI K III loler to n nml fallow oak thence N 17 W Moles to two chestnut ouka thence N w to two chestnut wile one fallow thence N txi W 51 poles to the tjllIlIllIg lalthoMartin and known tho Wilton Martin farm The sale will he made on n credit of six requtredtoapproved porn mil security payable to tIi- Ncounnlstlonerutid hearing nt the notufeporcentpr annum fronn date of thllUrchllIIrlttIhn n OEO B SAUFLEY II C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy IlInwldellltt nt 1lnlntirti v s Viola Notice of Unit In Two tiN7s Pursuant to judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rrndrrtwllnlwntelolrutr cases therein each of which Is styled an shove the undrrlgtied dtnter CUllllllluloncr mild court will o- hMONUAYHRIT101101 between and Itittr wIn frontof the court Lout door In Htnnfonl Kystill at public outcry to the highest bidder the two tracts of Imal which are hereinafter de ncrlbed The plaintiff Murphy Utnwlddle Ollln nil the defendant viola Morton derived title to both the sold tracts hy decent Irons John O Dlnwlddle Fact tract will le sold separately this mile being Hindu fur the purpose of division Sloth sold tracts lire In Lincoln county Ky stud the first tract which to on the water of Hanging York Is IxMinded as follows IkKlnnlnK at O M Jlvens corner In center of pike taepointer Bud running with said tllvens 14 W It poles links to n stone thence H 60 Ul V3poles2 link ton stone thence ll11polrNlflkelo it tuna In the center of the pike tlienco N K 14 K conulilingt4Tho Mecond tract Is war Turnersvlllc Lincoln county Ky and Is bounded os follows Ileglnnlng lit a stone corner to lot formerly bought by John U Dlnwlddle of 1101Itthence N K with his lino IW4 IdleN to Jar mans corner on Howes lure thence with his line H6M11210krllnks Fount Ows leys corner thencu OiJi with hU lack line 41yulot tInctl N 65 i W with said ftTen mid DlnwIilUle loll to the iKglnnlng containing 110 lien moro or lee The plnlntllT Murphy Dlnwlddle Mlnnlo Dlnwltiatunmt Ollle IHnwIdillonnd lho le rumlnnt Vlolu Jlorton winch own nn un- It Idtdt of each ot the uforesal1 Bud tho bond for the purehnn prleu ot such or nforeimlil tructn will iniia pnvulilu to wild owners The laud will tx iluo nnd in ench of nforeuilil plulutltlH and defomtnnt nrrlvu nt tliw ngo of tl year however should Ilolwrt Durham the KUiirdliin of plulntltl execute the rtqulml KimriUHUK hondo then In that weir the amount of the purchase price due Ills wardi nay Iwpnld to him nt any time after the- ale hindslioildxinluilMortonHUnrdlun of of dlrllItiUllt Viol Morton execute the re quired guardian land then In thnt event paidtushouldhee haliltonly one ol them execute the land mention ed then the kiim due hli ward or wanU rte IIItornmypOymice to unitary tho coats of the two afore Maid action IncludlnR all attorney fes IroldoJoolannumrronidate cecurehetold GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C PA KER HAIR BALSAM Cttsowm and tramnm the tint 1nxnoltr a totuntnl Nrer rally to 1116 Color C rjJ lhrtr iiOt DnrttoU Residence For Sale I Hnvlng located permanently Mt Hler llne over for III nt a ui run In my de slrabln residence on llustonvlllo Hln Minn fort Ky For pnrtloulnrs writ III tit M- IRrllll K lr I bright tit tilt Idncol11utilityNntlonWliiltsI JOSKM FOR SALE OR RENT My home III Ors I Orehard lx catod IweenHprliijUiind tilt Urllb IIrehllnl Urade Hchool lHXl lioii e of eight rooms Lot contains kevwn anrexnnd has good young orrluml on It will alto tell my stwk ot groceries and infeetlonIL O PAYNK Crnb orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE Having moved to IllliertkPreok I desire Htanfn-nlA5rnbOnthnnlpike2Intlfrui rrnb Or chard Farm Is well Improved with rom reddoilcexn1outltouics11tlulook over the place can call on Mr lleldun who lives on the farm 14 J M ITU lllliorts Creek Ky A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflico over McRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Bnildicg Waynesburg Marble and Gran lie WorksI HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IVuler In nUll Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble ItaUrd letters Hpeclnltsr Oflico and works WnynesburR Inegvll Allt FARM FOR SALE Wo for sale n splendid Unrrnnl county farm It lien on the l xlncton pike nlKiutau iiille from IIIIta1Ier and con tain about att lien 7ft to lntlnetes of this farm nresultnble for hump und tobacco A lineienThis farm Ilex welt lout hues n brick res idence on It This Is u line farm If you Iwlsh to ee usnlMiut It jrtm Mil find us at thin rosldencM of JIO Jennings In lj iua ter KyJOhlN M OIl Il IIN OHANll fo Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will luring tho month of August sell at a liHouiit a- llFRAMESETC and give the Inoue guarantee of nit i filction us before Office over JIc Roberts Drug Store U to 12 A M 130 to 4 P M W N Craig Stanford rPRES MI TIONSI I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS 1 nro n hurt Intolllgonco of every prescrip I tion we fill The doctor does tbeII I you Stanford IItlBrlt talal Drug co1 PUBLIC SALE of Heal Kstatonnd Per sonal Property Commencing nt in oclock w will offer tOrlqle on WKDNKHDAY AUJ rv hiss JWesley Kulmnksfarm of Kt acres The tanu Is located 6 tulle north of Stanford and Untie south of Hubble on the county road that Intersects the Htnnfonl nnd Dan villa and the Hush Branch pike Th farm Is suitable for hemp tobacco corn and wheat nnd has acre of uncultivated woodland Uood orchard of great variety of fruit nnd Harden I tool t story dwelling with rooms it 1001 cistern nt the door and a never falling on the farm Darn and till necessary outbuildings The house Is situated In n sugar grove of about oIIhugnr trees and Is one 01 the healthiest places In the county nnd In rut excellent neighbor hood The personal property Is as follows Two mares mare and both grad saddlers Three llOOIllIIlIk cows with young calves extra tine lot of chickens 0 large concon geese 2horse wagon buggy nnd harness heck board doubt A harrow new turning plow coder p1CM1 post digger hind other rrmllig tools and inn dunlente m- iladys etutdhe saddle bedsteads feather beds dreihers Now Homo Hewing Jlachlne cane bottom chitin s IPlt Imtlonichnlrsoplushliottomimrlorchairs with rocker to match jr 4Yrp f 7Myunls goat amttlag kltchlll nil lalde l tnrnilds clualr J glllllll front book rate rustle chair Cllrlloom and J spinning wheels nnd IIInn too to mention All or hnlf of the growhngcropwhil he sold with or seporato from the fnru- rTE1MHOrMAL1AIIneronnl property amounting to tlO In alld obot lotyabiU In I days with goof notes 1adown on the faun hemline in I and 1 years at 6 percent interest with lien renamed on farm until pnld- MILFORri KUHANKH OKO A EU BANKB UK W O DANKH Admri chEANING UPN Most housekeepers have Spring Cleaning but we have it both Spring and Falli We are now in the midst of our FALL clean ing and we are trying to do it to the in etestillof both our customers and ourselves Our entire stock of I Men Women Childrens Shoes t I MUST GO and the price is indeed low The Brockports now 175 the Ultras now 200 Sold the worldover for 250 and 300 4 A lot of off styles and small sizes at 50 75c and 100 a pair Childrens and Misses Low Shoes from 25c to 100 You need them and we dont They are bargains real HaJ McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY CAMII Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible fer molt complexion troubles Summer dust the stain ol vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthso that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws ever particle of Impurity from the poresall the way through and by gently excrciiing the facial muscles round them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural ol health glowI GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE If you call at our store we will gladly cive you free a generous sample of the cream and a copy tof the famous book J Trutitt tn FttUl MilIUl PENNYS DRUG STORESTANFORD KENTUCKY saIrartaltalrilatr swe aa laari arr r InOT BISCUITS Ii i 1 have one steel range left for wood or coal Four shelf and warming closet with reservoir A bargain Ihigh Come pump quick to Alilridgeu Also tin work callI Is H Aldridge Tuner and Plumber STANFORDI KENTUCKYitat s Give Your an SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years Una hail n rapid continual growth Nino Department as follotvatAcademic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical t The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence whelceome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDON KYo rJJ I NEW FALL SKIRTS We have just received our first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest t styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and Black I Panamas I SEVERANCE qi JSTANrolu1 Kv Ain 21 1900 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda at Pennys j DruR Store OVALS sQMY It HHOWN U threatened with filyert Mm SUSAN Fiiiimi WOODS U visit That Real ntond- llib T W P1tNNINnroN is at Oral Orchard Springs Miu U M MQWLAND U ruiUontlriK u Crab Orchard Springs Miss DYE HOUBY it vtalting friends fn tho McCormack section HON J S OwstHY Sn is with his lon John Sam Owsloy Jr MIH ALIIB T STAOO of Hustonvlllc ii with Mtfw Mf KKio StURK- MIK6BS AMANDA and Jonnio Drown visited r datives at Ellisburg 1mno is njlnIIlf n Meta Woonti S t tow days at Dripping Springs Miss MARTHA MBNBKBB left Tuesday to visit her sister at Joplin Mo Mn SAM UOIIINBON spent several days in Cincinnati buying Roods Miss MAIMJB McATEe of Lebanon was hero with friends yesterday LITTLe MIss COKNIB PENNY of IAn vOle visited Mills Virginia Muhony Miss MARIE MAIIONY spent several days with friends nt Bradfordsvllle Miss MARY SllEUiY of Arcadia is with her sister Mrs P M McRoborU MRS IlKTTlB McKINNEY and Miss Georgia Lewis are at Dripping Springs MIss Lizzie DAVI80M is drinking tho health giving waters nt Crab Orchard Miss ANNA THOMPSON of Ml Ver non made u short visit to Mrs E J W H BAGGY and son Duncan of Covlngton are with Mrs S n Rocker MR HOIIBRT A ASnURY of Rome Ga was tho guest of Miss Josephine Warren MR W B HAWKINS of Corbin at tended the burial of Mrs a It Blain t WednesdayMissJRNlIYNNof Stanford is with her Slater Mrs J E Claunch Somcrsot Journal MR P W WlllPP of Liberty is pharmacist In tho Stanford Drug Cos a Store for the present MR J G HACKLBY who has visited f hiss arents in this county returned New York City Tuesday I WILL MATIIENY was overcome by heat while nt work Tuesday and has been sulfering severely since MR MATT WOODSON who is now the head of tho Middlesboro Supply Co was here on business Tuesday MRS JOHN DURHAM und children of Hell county who have been with Mrs A P Brackctt returned homo Tues day Miss JESSIE D COOKE came down from Hustonville Wednesday afternoon to spend a few days with her sisters before returning to her home at Nashville LITTLE JULY SINGLETON daughter t9oC Mr W R Singleton of Waynes burg while playing tho other lay had one of her feet badly mashed by n cross- tie falling on It MISSES FIoRENCC SPRACENS and Maymce Kawlings have returned from a ten days trip to Niagara Falls nnd I other points of interest in tho North west Advocate MRS ALICE NBWLAND was hero yes and left the sale advertisement Iterday columns this isappears In our sue tier sale will take place at Crab Orchard on Saturday Sept 8 MR U L ALBRIGHT tells us that a bouncing boy arrived nt his homo at 6 35 Tuesday afternoon Ho asks us to thank tho neighbors and others for their kindness to his wife during her illness MR AND MRS F II DROZ of Cleve land 0 who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tom W Gooch of tho West End havo returned to accompanied by Miss Gertrude t jtheir homo Gooch r Miss CLARA COOPER of Stanford will arrive next week to be the guest during the fair Marshal of friends Reynolds and wile left Friday for their r home in Garland City Arkansas after n pleasant visit to friends and relatives- in Journal Pulaskl county Somerset II WEAREN enterWILLIAMMRS 1I tamed the members of the Ladles Aid Missionary Societies Wednesday tand In honor of Mrs Oscar M of Somerset It was a most de CuI affair and the many ladies Ilight as greatly enjoyed hospitality the evening of tile charming hostessIt r 1111 BRIGHT HAYS has returned from Jamestown MR WILLIAM CURTIS was in Lexing ton yesterday Miss SUE BOUT is over from Loxlng ton with her parents MR HIGGINS WOODS of Cincinnati Is hero with tho homefolks Miu L WKAIIBN HUOIIBH was tho guest of Miss Buniee Earp at Winthcs torMR T F SPINK of Coalgburg Tenn has joined his wife and children hero MR JAMUS II KENNEDY of the Ease t End tolls us that ho has a fine new boat his hone Dit AND MRS C FOWLER are spend ing n month with Mr and Mrs P I Bock on tho farm MRS WILLIAM CURTIS will go to Allceton today to attend the Cam Meeting going on there ELI JOSEPH SEVERANCE chaplain of the Frankfort penitentiary is hero with Mr Will Severance MR J A LEWIS of Humansvillc Mo arrived yesterday to visit his brother Dr T M Lewis MR R W DUNN of the West End suffered a paralytic stroke Tuesday an- is In a precarious condition THE local chapter of the U D C will meet with Mrs Jas N Saundcrs next Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Miss KATE WATERS leaves next week for Morganton Ga where she has ac cepted a position in the Baptist College MR BOOKER WILKINSON spent Wed nesday with his brother Frank Wilkin cluitoIMR F P COMIIEST of Casey was hero Wednesday en route to London to help count the vote cast In the Congres primary in the 11th district Sat- nrdav Miss MARY McKoiiEKTS of this delightfully entertainedWednesday evening by Mr Lansdcn Robinson and sister Miss Virginia Robinson in Louisville MISSES SALLIE COOKE Mcllie HOI- 1per of Hustonville and Anne Cook uffman of Lexington and Dr Ed ward Alcorn of Hustonville spcntyes tcrday at Mr George B Coopers MR V R BECK who has been pharmacist for the Stanford Drug accepted a position in E W Liliarda drug store in le The many friends Mr Heck and his excellent wife made during their sojourn herq give them up with much regret ILOCALSGRAPES In abundance for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford Goon handwanted JohnTray lor Gilberts Creek Ky AM prepared to fill orders for poplar and oak shingles Write for prices E W Creighton Kingsville Ky GEORGE hascontracted with Mr John A Allen to greatly im prove tho Calmesc property on Danville Avenue recently bought by him The residence will be made to look like a new ono I WILL move to Lawton Oklahoma in a few weeks but my sons Walter and Elmer Denham will continue the coal business in Stanford Thanking tho xx plo for a generous patronage I ask a continuance for my boys W R Denham MR JOHN H ENQLEMAN the boss watermelon man has our thanks for a largo and luscious melon of tho Monte Christo variety By the way Mr En gleman brought eight watermelons In Tuesday afternoon which weighed from 39 to 50 pounds THE Democrats are thoroughly satis dial with Mr Helm and in Boyle coun ty ho is assured of tho most cordial support says the Herald He is equipped to fulfill tho high duties of Con gressman and will reflect great credit upon a great district in the national halls of legislation RUFUS while on the L N railroad bridge across Rockcastlo river at Livingston fell from the structure and was instantly killed Ho was unmarried and a brother of Dr Childrcss tho railway surgeon This is the second man to lose his life within the past week by falling from this bridge TilE Negro Fitzgerald who was given a death sentence at his trial at Bar bourvillo for killing Mrs Robert Brough ton has been sentenced to hang Sept 2L Ho was taken to jail at Lexington for safekeeping Annie Henson his accomplice who got 15 years is now In the penitentiary Fitzgerald laughed when tho death sentence was passed on him YOUR SUnriER NEEDS Your Summer needs can be supplied at our store We are keeping the merchandise people want Remember aI Summer Goods are going at Reduced Prices For flower pots with saucers go to Farris WANTED A good hand to work on farm Come recommended Dr Hug Held For RENTMy property on Dun viMo Avenue Good garden and cow lot Miss Mollio Dauffherty See Mr John A Allen TilE Orchard Graded School tox Is due Call at the bank and settle Penalty goes on Sept George W lironaugh collector TUB G W James home and 05 acre of land adjoining In the suburbs or Crab Orchard was bought by James F Holdam for 0000 JAM S It hadfine mule to die from injuries sustained in a runaway in which the animal was dragged for almost a mile It was valued at E22L HOWARD CAMMTZ the best pitcher on the local team of the American As Bociation has been purchased by Presi dent Barney Dreyfuss of the Pittsburc National League Club He will remain with the Mudhens until the close of the Association season and will there re port in Pittsburg to Manager Fred Clarke says a special from Toledo KILLED ON Q C While out flag ing for his train near Urannon station on the Q C Arthur Hogue aged 21 and son of Mr William Hogue of Kingsvillc was killed Tuesday night It seems that ho sat down on the track and went to sleep Iris body was bad ly mangled He had only been railroad ing a short time Mr II was a fine young man straightforward and hon orable BETWEEN 400 and 500 members of the Gentry family from all parts of the United States and especially from Kentucky Ohio Tennessee Missouri Illinois and Indiana are expected to reach Indianapolis the latter part of this month to bo in attendance on an old fashioned family reunion which is to bo held at Bethany Park 14 miles from the city during the week nf Sep tember 3 Indianapolis News HON HAKVEY IirLM1of Stanford overcame all opposition and will be elected to Congress from the Eighth district by 2500 majority no matter what lamb the Republicans produce for slaughter We saw the tall maple of the SU Asaph at Lexington just after he was declared the nominee and he was beaming with pride and satisfac lion over the result Mr Helm is a man of high attainments and will make his mark in the Congress of the United States Young handsome and bril- lIant ho will at once take a prominent part and distinguish himself before the first session is over The Eighth dis trict Is getting back to first principles floras looking at you HarveylFrank tort Journal- BLAINWhen Mrs Catherine Robin son Blain breathed her last at an early hour Tuesday morning probably the oldest woman In Lincoln county wee removed fwm earthly scenes The death occurred at her late home near Huston villo after u long illness of troubles cident to old age Had she lived until January next Mrs Blain would have been 00 She was the widow of Senator Robert Blain who was well known in this county and who died 23 years ago Five children blessed the union of this couple They aro Dr Moreland Ulain and Miss Fannie Blain deceased and Mrs T G Tupman Miss Kate Blain and Mr John A Blain all of the West End Mrs Blain was a Miss Hawkins and was born and raised in Fayetto county only a few miles from Lexington and was first married to a Mr Bell who left her a widow at an early age She had been a member of the Presbyterian church for many years and was a valiant worker for her Master as long as her health lasted She was conscious up to within a few days jf her death and frequently expressed tier willingness to die Her pastor Rev S B Lander preached an ap propriate funeral discourse at the home at 10 oclock Wednesday afternoon af ter which the remains were brought to Stanford and interred by theside of her husband in Buffalo Cemetery Rev Lander also made timely remarks at the grave A good woman a kind and indulgent mother and a most excellent neighbor has joined the silent majority May her rest be unbroken in the land that is fairer thap day HOIUKT WHITE found the check lines lost by A C advertised last is sue BANK STOCKII wil sellat public auction on Monday Sept 10th county court day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville Sale will tako place in front of the cow house at 1 oclock r W II Harris executor Mrs M B McAlister WANTED School having new attractive proposition wishes energetic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and expenses paid weekly Some knowledge of music not essential J H Moore Plymouth Place Cnlcnlto Ill Hay Fever and Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will exponent great benefit by taking Foleys Hone and Tar as it stops difficult broad Ing immediately and heals the in flamed air passages and oven if It should rail to cure you It will flvo Instant relief The genuine is in a yellow package Pennys Drug Store FARM FOR SALE I from pike lietwctn Dnnvllle 4 Stan runt Totlisoo of till lost fer1u In Ihl county ood dwelling of MX roolllslnil nil necfiuiiry outbuilding Fencing In good condition and never falling Ullilly of water W HIIUMAKKIt H H K It Not Htntilord Kv PUBLIC SALE Having determined to break up hoe o keeping for the present will lit W Hantsey storehouse at Omit Orchard Do put on HATllUYiHKniHTIe- munenctng promptly at 10 sell tin followliiK described Koodm Ono hair ton lax matin oitermoor mnttren one rnk lied room set I refrigerator hook ease t dining tnllc to cook utoven walnut dn Mr wurdrolie t rocker I heaps plow uPt Kfiir toot rsnlre IlIh tub nud other kllchell article one wt of dlnlriR room clmlrniml n lot ol urnlturi not mentioned In this Ijullcniiro e ecliilly Invited Term ciinli ALUK NKWLANR flat J P Chnndlrr Auct PUBLIC SALE I THIMlHliAYHKIT IIIIO My stork of gencrnl mercliundlne togfl with the my hours ami Iwo lien of IIIIICIlidlollllllK hOllle vontulu Ing five roonm owl barn everlasting well of llni water houR iiiul lot at Morclnnd abu sS ncrt olland on Onili Orchard Fork fiiiilln south of rrab Orchanl Thin Inml bn on U it comfortable dwulllnu and acrof the land In under teasel will sell 35 old cattle i nice Jerney mllli caws good mllkem 2 hors lath IIcxKl driver bogtboggle In good flllIlr I spring WllltOll lMt if buggy harne 8nou e hold n nd kitchen furniture conklftlnK of nlii1 organ imrlor null foldlnx 18tonal ulls couch wanlrolx aewlnr machine ctMitrv lnbie2 extennlon tlIh- SIAII chiilrn7 rofkirs 1 carpets i heat liii utovei 3 rouge and other thlngi too nu IIIITOUH to mention Term auntie known on dll nf sale J W DlHlIUNlIllledKrvllle Col J Chandler Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE I Having derided to quit house keepliiK I will Oil HATUHDAY HKIT ISTII his tell all my personal property con tliiK of I mare can handled liy lielferciiirs month olel1 buggy Phaeton t yet 0 teams new niiinH Middle iirtiengoal ridhpgbrhlles A lot of goal t col u gall post hole illKger spado and crammer A lot of carpenters tools new wanhlnR machine nnd wringer wuHhlnc ubx1 goal Uith tulk A lot of house liolil root tine piano cteadii mattre 5en Ireers wtli x1101 wand roll llcook na clialm dlnnliiK table other Koud and useful thing for house keep Iwo nwueruu to nentton I cook store utenitel At the Mime 111111 will offer my ion nud lot lot contains that i acres with dwellliiR of Orooin nevernl out build liiK a No well line pleiulld water righ- ttthedtorItmoof the ln t location In the county torn mnn that want to engage In the feed and coot bu liienii The lot run it long the line of the ll A P Itnllroad a witch tow on the lot nlso a vniRll wart house that hold about t car land of baled hay now u ed by the Oolumblu Mlimletree Ho Peter Chandler auctioneer Hale II iilni promptly at 10 oclock Terns made known on day of wile HKUIIKN WILLIAMH McKlnney Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court IL J Icnolllrh Plaintiff vs John Ham Jitckinnnetc mfendnnt Notice of vale Pumuant to Judgment of tilt Lincoln circuit court In the alwvoKtyled action the undersigned Jlnktur Conimlsiiloner will on MONDAY HINT turn lout the hour of front of the ours house door lit fltnnlonl Ky sell nl public outcry to thu highest nod bent bidder the estate which b hereinafter de kcrlbed Bald real entnte 1i situated In ognntownilncnlncounty nndisthe mine real eitatedevUed by brnlg Jacknmn to defendant John Jackmnn and U oun1el on I II North nud East hy IlIollllld jf U L Porter on the flout h by the land of Dun VanArHlale lid on the west by the her land of Craig Jackman The nmouut to lx realized from this tale 1lho mill of 11374 with interest thereon at tho rate of six for cent nnnum trop Dec until paid subject to the follow sun paid l nccm ItUI I2TA pled July Iutf UbllcI Sept IWI IIJW paid IIUT5 piild Nov luft fJ10 aid May 1101 together with tilt coit of this action The sale will IK mado on n credit of six niontln the purchaser will bo required 10 gist fond for the purchae price with ipuroved security payable to the com nlnsloner and bearing Interest at the rate or six cent per annum from the date of iiile the bond to hue the force and eilect of n Judgment GEOUSAUFLEYMCLO C CORSET5AMERICAN LADY L We have just placed on sale a bran new stock of new shape Corsets in the very pop ular American Lady Brand n SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I HllngIIIJl 111110111I1IIlgIII Kerrey0vrw Trunks I t Suit Cases and Wv Traveling Bags Since enlarging our store we have room for this line and have just re ceived a complete new stock See us when in need of traveling equip ment CUMMINSMCLARY i I i STANFORD KY FALL DRESS GOODS Our line of Dress Goods for Fall is specially strong this season We are prepared to show you a strong line of Mohair and Fancy Suiting at 50c per yard Als- oMohairs Serges Poplins Cravanettes Broad cloths Etc in all colors at the right prices White Mohairs and Serges at 50 75c and per yard White Broadcloth at 2 per yard Call and we will take pleasure in showing you 1111111I1In L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r The Interior Journal t Enltrtd in thePott 0ficeatStanford at uxmddast matter- DDLIBUCD r TUHHUAYH AND FHIDVS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH Ii1P Whfn not so paid ItOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed and Sole StAble Lancaster Ky Horses Vellfcd and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOKB ft CLAllXSONl- renJVNCTION CITY KY JlnCIIIITurnouts at Trave11ngMenRates Attention to Grain and Hay For 8- aleINSURANCE Wlnd HtormtLlte and Fire Mgbtnlng andtheAocldent lltBT ttepresented Loweat POo PayingIlnton Ounrnntoed I ordjUnequnlled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky t Itmldence 1honc No St When In 1lInvllp atoll with B C FoxIJve- ryFeelandHalo Mtatble Muleafancy Jlldlile tlm theltrorkrt IInlo- at this nil II III nulo coltsnudessrns0n for 1lU YllIrllnlo and hone colts B G FoxDanvilleKy BD CARTeR Successor to Bruce k Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horioi on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale I with to sell my farm of 110 cres5 miles West of Lancaster on the MM inKtonpike it Is well Improved and hn nnd timber fenced repairAlso of 100 acres and Jex- IUlton lying midway Wallplks UOQd outlet lanced Terms reasonable TIIISltR1N0 Marksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade lothlng when there li so little dlflortinco the price 01 high readymade units nnd n suit nindo to lour nieasurcmont taken by an experienced tailor I have n line Ppring Bummer good I can make from n low price badfleaaiUltto the nnest dress null oyercoats trousers and fancy reds The company I represent Is ono of the brat H c RUPLEY the Tailor Qatj1 Trag lot DIALER IH I fUlsk Brandy Wines Beer Cigars Etc I Otrptnttr House Ole to STANFORD KYI t Prompt n polite attnUOa Nothingtlbbu Itdduk Mall phon cr telerup order cln attetion- I e 4Aar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneB8Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY l Office Phono lbt Home Phone 39 a J LBeazleyCoM I Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Eur niture lratting Rug They willjexcliange Furniture for aU Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right iwra4sw STANFORD a KENTUCKY 0 Horses Handled mil prepared to lirtnk nod Imndle horsiv thl mouth IVrlcct Miiurnctlon Runr RIellIBtunfonl Ky POSTED We whose uames appear bolow itrlctl forbid hunting ashing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbach Bros VonGrueolganAlbertVonoruenigsFred Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle H Howes Relchcnbach Charles Oummtni Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes W E Amon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Flmore Peter W latter J Nerln Oarter Mrs M Hayden Welch A D Root J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrill F J Oonn John B Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldge Peter Balmer Charles Ensslln Frank Cordler John Meter Samuel Jacob Gander Mrs LlndeyI David Stephens Mary L P Nunuelley J W Baughma Onrlstena Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob Jtssweln Sam Dameron Mrs M j Ashlock Fred Hnmlorf Notice of Election Hoitiiliir April torin Lincoln County enl lourt tart nUnuiint to nillouruincnl this lprtltltrsl resent lion It c War rvu Judge pr ldlns with tine followlnKjui tlco ot the jMItee tO WIt II It Vilnius W M luiililornr mid W H Wnllln It win moviHl In Sutlco W M liuililemr niMlsocontlwl liy Justice W D Wnllln tlmt the following IIon Iw taknn liy tills court The uraiul Jury of Lincoln county lit tilt Inst terns of tln Lincoln vlrrult court boy liiif ncouniinmled a new courthouse for Lincoln county Bud it tipixiirlnit to the wit Infliction of t Ins court Hint the iimrtliou now III 1151 unsnfu mid Iniiilttiinitt1 fur tho public cnnvenlHiicp nml the pn rviitlon of tlii public riHMinK It Is onliml and mljuili iil t IIlI tilt Mini of IOiHl suggests i Hi hilt tutu iifcissury to multi n new vourtliou mill It In further onltTinl that un flection Iw n INdI nM nednt the several voting precincts In Lincoln county on tho lull day of Novemlior the Uiiy of tilt next gn 1I1IrOJlrllltlOIlIIIKIlegal voters of Lincoln county for their np pnivnl or ThealierllTof lhwobicountyIdlnvIMIIe advertise mild election for at least at days next Infore the day thereof III till IXTK molt JotKNAI newspaper IteliiK the only IIeY per In Lincoln county and till otllcer of Mild election ore directed to hold the elictlon tietwven the came hours that they are required to hold elevtloiM for county otllcorn which election shall hold nnd roiulurtetl In tilt rcupcct an required liy the Kclionil election laws In force In thus state at true time the smut held The clerk of 1I1t1IIlII1lIlItit1lIIlrt Khali to lie to iKiiiMcd In curd elrrtlull the word and UK tins Are you In favorof an appropriation of l for hiilldlnn it new courthou for Lincoln county nnd have two BIll the right of snme one for voters fnvorlnx tll 1I1llrullrlulloll to be dexlKiintetl liv the 1 siiil one for votint 1IJ1111I1 the to l 1IIIIIIl1 liy the ulIlId tutu clerk uliiill prepnn said lull lot In all an n UlnHl hy lVof the Kentucky Mtntutea- In the event that the re iul lte nuinUr of leitnl voters of Lincoln county vote In favor of Mildiipproprlatlon It Uonleretl that this court came the iMinds f Lincoln county to tin amount of JkllltoIs prepared exeent cd and Issued on printed forms under the lIlnl this county to lx ilxnod l the pn sldltiK Judge or the Llncolncountycourtand ho counlerMI the clerk of Mild court payable to 1urer nt Lincoln County Na tional k of stnnfonl Ky 3yennt from this dnte of MIIIIO with the option of paying sumo In 11 years from dote which iMtuls hull not Ixnrii greater rate of lntenst than I per cent semlannually at Lin coln aunt National Itankof Htanfordand Intenst coup in Main is attauhetl to Mid bonil HlKiiod county court titiltXlod5hu11lslasuetl In denomlnntlons of Tire mud nays were wallet on sold tilt was vutIng1311 IIUlhhmr W Wnllln Iwlnj a tkklyAcup U II 1001Klt Clurk 1llIcollUlIII Kl unl Uourt PO Notice of Election Lincoln foamy Court At the regular Anoint term K O Warren judge presiding Onlxr for Klec tlon In Ite J A Allen mill others petition for 1ttIIunnd others hiivluit presented In oxni court on July 1hiitoIlonlt l Warren Judge of the Lincoln county Oourt n written petition aliened liy u number of leuiil voters III each of the precincts of Lincoln county Kentucky equnl to nnd Morn tliiin 35 per cent of true votes cost In sold several precincts nt the regular No vember election MS asking that all election 1Ie1ltIIItItro the legal votersof said county who nr q illlled tovoteatHlielectlonforcounty oillc111 upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or mult lliiuors shall t e tI or loaned In Lincoln coun tytind asking that the provisions of the IIrUtII1siIIntlnoted of liv order of this court mmlf andruteredat Its reiinlar July turni ittsi and on the Iitli tiny of July IIMI this lay twine sold petitioners and moved the Court to enter an order directing sold tileo tllln to be hfld as asked In skid petition and It npiioiirliii to the Court upon tIIlh- lmotlun nlKiiutures to said iietltlon aru the true and genuine signatures of the ksrsonswline nnnaat ppear them und hut tilt hihItnurs are IUKIII voters In their ruspectlvevotlnu precincts In sold Lincoln County as setlorth In said fietltlon lidthat the riKular Noveinlxir eleutlon held on NovemlierT lafI Is the lait 11rn Keneriil eleotlon hid In Mild county nail that there arts 12 voting precincts In said county and that the numlier of iHUItloners IUIIItorespuutfully cast III sold precincts at this regular November election lufi which U the last preiMdlns Keiieral election hold In IIIIIUIIIIIhyby ordered to lie held III Lincoln County on HeutenilMT li 1111 for tilt purMi o of tak liiK the keiiiui of the legal voters of said County who are ualled to vote at eleu prutNJtlouoil llouors shall Ihuill bartered or loaned In said Lincoln county nod It Is further onlered that the provUlons of the 11wnnd prulilbltlun shall to IIrul- IIto It Hfiirtherordermltluit UNpeclnlreKHtrii tlon shall and Is hereby ordered to lie held In the cities of Htunforcl Huktonvllle crabIre hunt iinil Itowland In salil county on WdnendiiyHcptemUrS linn for the riKln tratliinnHho e iwntoiM entitled to Yule at the elect lot herein ordered whist nnines hnv not Hen niMirdtMl on the Iteglttrntlon hook for r 1 the KlicrllT of IllIcolllullty1M hereby ordered to open n poll iiieucii and all of the voting lrcillctll of Lincoln county on ptenilxir the purpose of holding mild nlno tlOIl htrrln ordrllImllltlM directed to publish this order for mild election mid s resUtratlon In this interior lonrnnl a new ua er publlnhexl at Htnnford Ky for nt butt two weeks lioforv the 12 day tIIIIr Ittie the btte of 5311 eleotlon andr rllIalsu IHIlIrt 0 tline by prlntitl Maid lillln Misted nt minor Moro coimpluiious plnceii In enohvot lux prsul totsaid county for nt lennt two weeks before the sold late A Copy Attest U II COOIKK ft Work Lincoln County Court Ily 111 Pennlngton D O ol t given that In oliedlenco oflncnhiiApdoldijidlaIregietratiouwlliIsrhi nt thu T J HILL Hliarl II Lincoln County FARMERS DEPARTMENT Good milk cow for sale Mrs Dan Cooley Lot of old corn for sale J U Fos ter Stanford Dan Patch went a mile in 1571 at Galesburg III F L Thompson sold to Jones Bros 74 ewes at 450 T W Jones bought of various parties 105 ISOpound hogs at 5c B G Fox bought most of J T Reids livery outfit at Danville Fifty good stock ewes and lot old corn for sale A W Carpenter More land Ky Two Southdown yearling bucks for sale Mattie H Howes Moreland Ky R F D No 1f1 J Jt George J Cunningham of Casey sold Wilhito Co of Boyle H pair of mules for 325 The great trotting stallion Axtell Is dead at Terre Haute Ind lie broko the worlds record In 1889 and was bought by a syndicate for 105000- J R Keene turfman heads the list of American winners with a total of 108690 T Hitchcock Jr is second 81675 and Sidney Paget is third with 66553 Galvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe In that city us on tho higher uplands K W Good loo who resides on Dutton St in Vneo Tux needs no sea wall for safety lIe writes I have used Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion the past live yours and it keeps me well and sate Ueforo that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now Its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough anil prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Ev ery bottle guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Or chard In a fight with a crowd of Negroes on a barge at Ashland Pearl Rarkin and Russell Ford two well known young men were stabbed and cut both seriously Ford was pushed into the river after being wounded During a religious revival in Magoflln county Boyd Sturgeon shot and In stantly killed John England his rival for the affections of a young woman Sturgeon escaped to the mountains 20000 IN PRIMS CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer is holding a meet ing at Glade Madison county Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church next Rev R B Mahony the Baptist church at 11 oclock Sunday Tigert took Hell for his text at tho Kavanaugh Camp Meeting Sunday doubtless moved thereto by the torrid condition of the atmosphere The End of Tho World- of troubles that rubbed E II Wolfe of Hear Grove la of all usefulness come when ho began taking Electric BItters lIe writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer lag which 1 would never have surviv ed had I not taken Klcctrlo Hitters They also cured me of General Debil ity Sure euro for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 600 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Hros Crab Orchard A young woman a passenger on an Illinois Central railroad train was forced into the toilet of a Pullman car when tho train was near Fulton and bruised and beaten by the Negro porter Passengers rescued her Tho Negro is in jail Ten Years in Bed For 10 years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes It A Gray J P of Oakvllle Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of tho tlmo I consult ed tho very best mediual skill available but could gut no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was recommend etl to mo It has been a Godsend to me Pennys Drug Store paMrs Nicholas Longworth wife of Congressman Longworth and daughter of President Roosevelt has accepted an invitation to unveil the memorial statue to William McKinley at Columbus 0 September 14 The Tennessee Democratic Commit tee at Nashville nominated Frank Avcnt for Railroad Commissioner and adopted nessee 17th T0 The biggest nnd best Fair ever held In the South Classifications Include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Koppa famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue and other information address OEO A BAIN Sccy Lexington Ky First Bank SundayI IIdent THE BIG BLUEGRASS FAIR Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was establlihed as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1SJS then reorganized as tbe National Bank of Stanford In 186S and again roorRantied ai the First National Beak of Stanford ID 1682 having had practically an uninterrupted existence for 49 year It la better supplied now with facilities for tranctI- ng uslness promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited 20000 POEMNMS IN LIE INGTON SEPTEMBER 22nd National Officers J I nOOKKK Priil BT HAHHIS V Pre J J MOUOBKKT3 Obr W O WKAUKNAsst ubri Directors t Reid UiQTllle 8 T Harris Stanford J8 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney MD Elmore Stanford S II Stanford T P Stanford Jar Robinson Rubble J II Baughman Stanford J M Vettu Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 OFFICERS P S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B Owsttv Stanford S II BIIANKH Stanford O W OAHTEII TurnBri IIIe W n CUMMIN Proacliersrllle I O Ooodi Waynesburif W li THAYLOB Ollberts Creek H L Hcnnt Lancaster W O WAIKIH Stanford J B KOSTIII Stanford W H Stanford J B PAXTON Stanford We respectfully solicit the accounts of Individuals Firms and Dnnk and Hankers and nre prepared to furnish nil depositors such nccorninodatloni ni are consutent with info biinkliiK Modern Hufoty Ih Boxes In our vault lor use of our Customers REDUCED PRICES V Mens 500 Suits Reduced to 8400 Mens 8050 Suits Rwhicctl to 500 liens 700 Suits Reduced to UQdf 1i tens 88CO Suits Reduced to 700 Mens 8DOO Suits Reduced to 760 tens 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 tMens 1200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mans 812fiO Suit Reduced to 1100 r 3 Mens 1500 Suits Reduced to lliOO The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoo lint and Calls Ladies and Gents Furnish ing Etc tho store that saves you 110110orNext Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY IMn IIU lUrrbWvlfflaoU Cured by ZEMO Aflr Fl Yn ToHursv WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE KW nose 1tEDUTNa ta 81 Loan 31aitAKaltut14a ILL Slay Ulh hot lUll SINS Hcllninc that ZWIii saved mr armslr I In life I vill l4t Isl al- lasernfmuaenmavhtyou e vlmtdladclfutm 110J arrow a wnarl rata of itebin rttnit of bib fIJ lrlr1 c hl Trrr mrmt ear f CoaliibMr of IMrlt rriirf ircw verse and tptrad to mf neck and bnstt air- aria bad trial botelen In them Loon trrwm an Invalid anti tuaseed to my tpart of IIIUma My husband boaabla burueofxattuisethe hut ar lb lrtblet ant I btn tonIftlUla 11ft hs iMrf and my aims were clean sal smooth at mi rittur will haw bfe end slier aolnKlo arm s bad tamnernuelcured I eunxdtr mr quirk rrrartnr OMIK 7HU DMblnc abort ofanlrwl nl ftadlr tuwr all J Yt I aal1llMtllmnd Jtoautnon anrnnit from MA fYOVA IJvA 1N wt roanntrully QUAMANTIBO AND BOLO BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received lUG LOT of the move stoves nail nin now to furnish you one at a rcnnnnl le figure rooJIa4 GEORGE H FARRIS l Stanford Kentucky Try One of Our New Perfection Oil Stoves LOWEST PRICES George Da Hopper Stanforu Ky YOUR WANTSa IN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W BMcRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD r