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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 31 1906 NO 48 u u REMEMBER SEPT THE l2fhsAnd Read the Following EyeOpeners I o We have collected these Testimonials from various sources for the benefit of those who fear the offect of Local Option on the business of Stanford It will be seen that the effect is in reality what might be- expectedthat It turns money Into the substantial channels oftrade and bUIlds up a town in every re spect These words come from sane hardworking business men and could be duplicated in practically every town in the country that has given Local Option a fair trial A vote for Local Option means a vote for good Business as well as good Morals THE COMMITTEE THE FOLLOWING IS QUOTED FROM THE JESSAMINE NEWS TIIAT local option is not successful that n dry town Is a dead town antI that every town needs the revenue from saloons nre tho hackneyed and stereotyped claims of thoso many erring persons who oppose local option Our neighboring city of Lancaster Is the name class town has about tho same population nnd taxable property as Stanford and In order that no one may bo deceived by theso falso claims of tho saloon wo submit to tho people of this county a statement from tho business men of Lancaster To whom it may concern Local option Is in operation in the city of Lancaster Ky and has been continuously for the last has been wholeJO years Its effect some This community has prospered under it Our people favor It heartily If the question of whether we should do away with local option should be submitted to a vote of the people local option would carry by a large majority The sentiment In this community for local option Is stronger today than ev er before Tho law is being enforced and the results are excellent You may have heard it said that local option la disastrous to tho financial interests of sections whore It Is enforced It has not wen so hero and wo do not believe Resolutions Passed by TriCounty j Teachers Institute We the teachers Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties In Institute assembled resolved 1st That we extendour hearty thanks r to the people of Stanford for tho hos pliable manner In which they received us Into their homes and for tho many courtesies shown us while here 2nd That the thanks of the institute are due the people of the Christian church for the use of their building and those who have kindly furnished the music3rd That wo express our regret that owing to the lllnuna of hU sun Supt Singleton was not ablo to be with us throughout tho Institute 4th That our hearty thanks be ten dered lion J M Alverson for his un tiring olforts In behalf of education In tho General Assembly of Kentucky which resulted in the passage of the law giving pay to touchers while at tending institute 5th That we fully indorse tho phonic method of spelling and make persistent effort to uso it in our schools also tho many practical ideas given by our In structors Dr Koark und Mra Olcott 6th That this institute favors a uni form system of schools for Kentucky such as Is outlined in tho August num ber of the Southern School Journal 7th That wo ask our representative in Congress to use every effort to se cure such legislation as will give to Kentucky schools a sum of money equivalent to the averago value of land grants given to newer States Hth That we express our high appro ciation of the work dune by tho lato lion R W Miller of Richmond for the State Normal Schools and further that we favor the placing of a tablet to- his memory In each of tho schools es tablished mainly through his efforts ttth That wo express our appreciation of tho efforts of the Kentucky Educa tional Improvement Commission in behalf of better education in Kentucky 10 Thnt wo heartily endorse tho Tri County Institute as giving us tho advantage of bettor instruction a greater acquaintance with our fellow teachers and a broader heartfelt interest in the great common causo of education 11 That tho Institute for 1907 be held in Lancaster at a date not later than Sept 15I12 That it is tho wish of the Institute that the teachers at tho Joint session bo divided into two divisions tho first to Include all teachers who have not attended moro than one session and tho second to Include those have attended two or more sessions and that be arranged to suit those di visions it will be so anywhere Our businessmen are strongly in favor of local op tion We commend local option to all of the friends of intelligence progres sive Christian citizenship every where W L Williams attorney at law J C Robinson merchant J n Collier merchant Haseldcn pros hardware mer chants Tho Joseph Mercantile Co S C Denny cashier National Hank R E McRoberU druggist II M Uallou grocer Mount Elkin hardware U F Hudson cashier Citizens National Bank A H Bastln president Bastln Telephone Co Drs Burnett Amon Curry Herndon grocers R L Da vidson city attorney J E Robinson county attorney Lancaster Ky Aug 18 190C Wo hope the friends of our cause will read this to every citizen who seeks the truth COMMITTEE Worth Much- Campbellsville Ky July 6 190C Ed Sun wish to say that I have been in business in Campbellsvlllo for 26 years and there never has anything been worth more to us as a city than voting out tho saloons Morally socially religiously and in a business way and I do not think the time will 13 That this institute select a committee of six teachers two from each coun ty represented who shall name not moro than six institute Instructors of high grade from which tho county su purtntcndents are to select tho Instructors for tho coming year C 0 Pratt chmn Eliza C Smith Mary Knapp West Stella McClary Derah Moore Wm Coldiron S D Campbell M Mullins C H Cox secretary IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Henry Corley was badly mangled by tho machinery of Anderson Spill mans mill at Qanvillo In Madison Cruteher Sophor was probably fatally stabbed by Thomas Drown The men were drinking Robert heath with Gentry fros dog show slept on tho railroad track at Richmond with the usual results James Likings was pushed from a bridgo near Richmond by Negroes and Instantly killed Ofllcera are hunting tho guilty parties To prevent mob violence the Sheriff of Wayno county took Terry Copenha ver colored to Somerset Copenhavor Is charged with attempting to assault Miss Fairchild Berea Is to have a new bank The First National Bank with a capital stock of 25000 The organizers are J W Porter Berea J J Moore J W Hcrcndon B T Fish and Jr Burdett John E Trowler mall carrier from Harrodsburg to Alitchollsburg was kill ed by L N train Nb 23 at Mitchells burg Wednesday Crossing the track behind a special which stood on a aiding ho failed to see tho approach of tho regular train which struck him killing him almost instantly Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthropist Is too well known to need further comment onco said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to the medical profession and will euro moro diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores Circuit Judge Fowler of Fond du Lac Wis awarded Otto B Schulz a prominent baker 6000 damages in a suit against some 80 members of tho Trades and Labor Council for boycot ting his business and placing his name n tho unfair list two years ago because ho refused to put tho union label on his products A light frost fell at Reading Kansas Tuesday ever come that our people will want saloons- E M Coakly of the firm of Coakly Dashen Property Doubled In Value Campbellsville Ky July 190C Ed Sun I have been asked my opin ion as to the business of Campbellsvillo and Taylor county as It is now and when we had open saloons I will say that property has doubled in value and every man can find work all he can do at a good price Would not have them back again C F Mantz Irop Farmers Roller Mills From our observations as citizens and our experience as officials we believo that local option contributes largely to the wellbeing of a community helps to lessen crime to lower taxation and to create a healthier moralsentiment We think the day is very far distant when Danville or Boyle county will ever seriously even contemplate licensing ta loons again W A Prewitt county judge Wm J Price county attorney Henry Jackson city attorney S P McDowell sheriff G T Helm chief of police W S IN MEMORIAM I It was very forcibly demonstrate that death loves a shining mark when it claimed tho spirit of Harvey Sloan at tho home of his father Mr A P Sloan near Hubble Friday afternoon at C oclock A gentle kind humble nnd obedient youth of 1G years just budding into manhood and beginning to know what life really is Death is sad enough at all times but more so when so bright and intelligent a boy as liar vey was with such flattering promises as seemed in storo for him Appendicitis was tho cause of his death When it was rondo known that surgery would avail nothing ho accept ed the decision called for his pastor lire Tinder and mad preparations to meet his God he so dutifully worship pod All that loving hands of father mother brothers sisters grandfathci and friends could do to make him for get his pain was done and every effort was met with a kindly word But noth ing could ward off the grim monster For whether in mid seaor among the breakers of a farther shore a wreck al last must mark tho end of each and all and every life no matter if its over hair is rich with love and every moment jeweled with a joy will at its closo become a tragedy as sad and deer and dark as can be woven of tho warp and woof of mystery and death Life is a narrow vale between tho cold and barren peaks of two eternities We strive in vain to look beyond the heights we cry aloud and tho only answer to our wailing cry is an echo From the voiceless lips of unreplying dead there comes no word but In tho night of death hope sees a star and loves lis toning ear can hedr tho rustle of a wingTo us it appears as n mysterious Providence that he should bo taken so but the consolation we offer tho stricken parents grand father broth ers and tho unfaltering belief that God doeth all things for the best Tho funeral was held at Hubble church at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon and tho remains were laid to rest in jcautiful Buffalo cemetery at StanfordM Stomach and Constl patron No one can reasonably hope for good digestion when tho bowels are lonstlpated Mr Clues Baldwin of Kdwardsvlllo Ill says I suffered from chronic constipation and stom ach troubles for several years but thanks to Chamberlains Stomach and Llvor Tablets am almost cured Why not got a package of theso tablets and get well and stay well PrIce 25 cents Samples freo For sale byStanford Drug Co Fitzgerald jailer C R McDowell city judge Dear SirIn reply to your inquiry as to the effect of saloon license or prohibition on the business of Danville am free to say that the licensing of sa loons would not in our belief receive serious consideration from the business people Danville has constantly im proved and is growing substantially now with sober industrious popula tion many of whom are attached to the place on account of the absence of saloonsJ Caldwell president D N Lee cashier G W Welsh cashier Farmers National Hank Effects of Local Option Since the local option law has been enforced mind you not since it was voted in Lancaster has been tho most orderly city in this section of the state The saloons were voted out long ago but tho tiger people seemed determined to sell bnd it was not until recently that they were completely stamped out This goes to show that the prohibition law properly enforced is the best in every community Another striking RUBBLE John Blanks sold a twoyearold colt colt to Walter Moss for 100 Wm Settles of London is visitini his daughter Mrs Adam Kelly The protracted meeting at the Christian church continues with excellen sermons and enormous crowds Mrs Sita Spoonamore of Franklin Ind is with tho family of J M Spoon amore Miss Annie Dunn of Bryants ville is the guest of Mrs Jake White James Floyd and wife of Turnersville were guests of Mr J A Hammond Miss Jessie McKechnie is on the sick listMr and Mrs Richard Bohon of Mon ticcllo havo been with the family or A P Sloan Mrs Sue Jones and son James of Monticello arc with friend here Mrs C C Sink of Lexington is with her mother Mrs A C Carman Mr Will Kendrick nnd wife of Monti cello nnd Mr Fount Stigall of Somerset attended the burial of Harvey Sloanlast Friday evening tho death angel came into the home of Mr and Mrs A P Sloan and took away their bright little son Harvey That dread disease appendicitis seized him and was only a few days in doing Its worst Ho was a member of the Christian church and was fully prepared for his reward He was gentle and attractive in his manner and was loved by all who knew him The funeral was preached at tho Chris tian church hero by Rev F M Tinder assisted by Rev George Gowan and a large concourse of friends followed the remains to Buffalo cemetery Our deepest sympathy goes out to the bro ken home circle in which this dear boy was such a joy and inspiration Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea como on without warning and prompt relief must obtained There Isno necessity of Incurring tho expense of a physicians service In such oases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhooii Remedy Is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve tho patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to fall avon In the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should be with out It For solo by Stanford Drug Co Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reported Somerset Sept 41 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days feature is the fact that there has been more transfers of property more sales and at better prices than ever before Today it is almost impossible to buy a house while those for rent are at a premium This state of affairs can be attributable to nothing else but the en forcement of the law and the good behavior in the city For a time the laws were not enforced and many citizens were in favor of high license rather than illegal sale of liquor but now that Chief of 1olice Jas A Beazley and his ablo deputy Luther Herron have proven to the people that the law can be respected and enforced we know few men who would vote for high license The Record gives this bit of news for the benefit of those neighboring towns who are about to vote on the question and to show them that Prohibition CAN Prohibit Lancaster Record Campbellsville Ky July 1906 Ed Sun Considering tho question if Whisky or No Whisky from the po sition of a groceryman I certainly favor the latter for many reasons Every one knows of the wonderful moral in provement our town has taken on since the dry people won There were but three groceries in this place when whis ky was sold here and not that many all the time now there arc ten good substantial groceries here This material difference is not the result of an increase in population but grows out of the fact that the men are sober and the grocery bills aro paid first whereas It used to be that the liquor billcame first and the grocery man had to wait Whisky will never be sold hero again There are a thousand reasons why the people do not want it- tf Hobson Groceries All citizens of the towns of Hustonville Stanford Rowland Crab Orchard who are not already registered are to do so on Registration Day Sep 5thnext Wednesday Is He Out of Collars The Arrow Brand Collar looks well until it is worn out and it wears out slowly I Two for 25c W E PerkinsDistributiti urged All Gnlvanie Steel UireVfor field form amid hug fencing Tho only electrically welded fence Every rod guarantecil perfect Tito DURABLE fence none so strong All large wires Highest EFFIENCY LOWEST COST No wraps to hold Moisture rued iaiist Rust Absolutely STOCK L C COaCH SON d 1Kentucky Pittsburgh Perfect Fences 1CALLWnyueaburg Ky j The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH lIlIRt for neprMjntntlwof Lincoln county Riibjrct to IHino orntlo party Democratic Ticket For CongrPM HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county r IN the list of candidates now before- the people there is none whose Candida cy should appeal stronger to the voters ot Lincoln county than that of John B Chenault of Madison county Who is a candidate for the office of clerk of the court of appeals It will be remembered that Mr Chenault was in the last State primary a candidate for the of fice of auditor and was the contending candidate but was defeated because he was not slated to win Notwithstand ing his defeat he like the true demo crat that he is has stood on the firing line of his party and done effective work for his party ever since Lincoln county gave him a handsome majority in his former race Since then Madison has shown her loyalty to Lincoln in a manner that should be an incentive to the voters of this county to increase the former majority given this worthy son of Madison TilE Kansas wheat crop this year is estimated at 100000000 bushels and corn at 200000000 bushels The yield of winter wheat in Nebraska is placed at an average of 232 bushels per acre and the crops in other Northwestern States are nearly as large The possi bility of a famine in this country fs therefore dispelled and the farmers will spend the winter cutting coupons SPEAKER CANNON who has been in Congress for 30 years says he has drawn 150000 and spent 300000 Perhaps he wants to be president to catch even A term would pay 200 000 with 100000 added for traveling ex penses out of which he ought to save his loss and then some I DO not think it would be wise to accept favors from the railroad Let me pay my fare and ride as I usually do said William Jennings Bryan when he was offered the private car of a rail road president at New Haven Conn SENATOR MCCREARY and Gov Beck ham met at Lexington to map out a program for their joint debates but fail ed to reach an agreement They will hold another conference soon POLITICAL- The postofilco at Nevada Mercer county will be discontinued Sept 15 Gov Beckham will address the voters + of Bullitt county at Shepherdsville Saturday Sept 1 at 130 P M President Roosevelt is something of an artist himself when itcomes to hand linK the whitewash brush Philadelphia PressThe Republican State Executive Committee of Tennessee refused to nominate a candidate for Railroad Com missioner in opposition to the Democratic nominee Erank Avent A committee composed of leading Democrats of Tennessee has been appointed to extend an invitation to W J Bryan to make three speeches in that State during the gubernatorial cam paign William J Bryan arrived in New York Bay Wednesday afternoon on board the steamer Prinzess Irene He was met by several welcoming parties including his Nebraska Home Folks who had chartered two tugs for the oc casion William R Hearst said in an inter view in New York that he would not be a candidate for Governor on the Democratic ticket and would not accept the the Democratic nomination He added that he would run onlyas the nominee of the Independence League but would be glad of all the DemI ratc votes he could got Here and There A hotel for women New York an nounces that it will not receive any guest over 35 years old Throughout his long life Russell Sage saved on the average about 1000000 a which takes thadayyear for a rainy record from Noah William Atwell County Clerk ofMas county and the youngest official sac who ever held office there shot himself Tuesday night at his home The Sunday excursions to High discontinued by the C Bridge will bo from now on onrailroadN 0 T P account of the heavy freight traffic C Earle Jr was appointed receiver for tho Real Estate Trust Company of Philadelphia which was reported ito have failed for 7000000 wifes cooking J P Tired of his of Graves county disappeared afromheated only Wednesday Johnson returned home and said he thought a meal at home would now taste good to him INEWS NOTES editor tho Frank rort Call is dead at an advanced age P Evansa farmer living nearjondon was run over by a wagon and badly hurtYoder Poignard one of the wealthiest and most influential men in his section was killed by an L N train at Tay larsville With simple ceremony the fifth Cin cinnati Fall Festival Exposition was formallyj opened by Mrs Nicholas Longworth Perry Copenhaver a Negro is in jail at Monticello charged with having at tempted to assault a 13yearold daugh tr of Levi Fairchild The grass earnings of the public ser- vIce companies of Ohio taxed under the Cole Law will reach this year the enormous sum of 200000000 Four Greek laborers were killed and another man fatally injured by being struck by Baltimore Ohio South western train at Symmes Ohio A special from Mazatlan Mexico says several hundred people have been rendered homeless by a disastrous flood which kas swept over that region During a sham battle at Henderson between battalions of the Third Ken tucky Infantry two soldiers were hurt and one was overcome by the heat James F Stonno a pioneer merchant of Spokane Wash was found murder ed in an alley near his home and His son has confessed to committing the mur derH H Wernz a financier of St Louis president of the Worlds Fair Finance Committee and at one time president of the St Louis Exchange died at Battle Lake Minn Harvard will not stand for the Car negieRoosevelt innovation according to President Eliot Mr Eliot says the new style of spelling does not in the least appeal to him A special from Mayking Letcher countyVsays there has been another clhSh between the MartinHall feudists in Knott county and that John Vance a brother of the noted Dick Vance was killed and that one of the halt hench men was dangerously wounded Check Clerk Badly Mixed A good joke is going the rounds on a Western Railway check clerk of Mont gomery Ala It Is told that he was very busy checking goods from differ ent box cars one morning He opened a car having the way bill for same in his hand at The time It read one burrough The thoughtless clerk read it as one bureau So he made nota tions on the way bill that read Over one jackass and short one bureau The agent happened to be Johnie on the spot and at the time he went up to the clerk and read the notations on the waybill lie was quietly reprimanded and told to be more careful in his checking in the future as he was mak ing a donkey out of himself He fur ther told him that a burrough was a species of mule and belonged to the animal kingdom and a bureau was a piece of furniture The clerk informed him that he would not cause him any more unnecessary trouble WILL G McKiNNEY Summer ularrhaea Child ren During the hot weather of the sum mer months the first unnatural locso ness of a childs bowels should have Immediate attention so us to check the disease before it becomes serious All that Is necessary is ajfew doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by adoso of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Mina writes We have used Chamber lains 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 A Philadelphia man had to lie in jail all night because he kissed his wife when they met in thestreet the police man who arrested them insisting that they had indulged in disorderly conduct Ten Years In Bed For 10 years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes U A Gray J P of Oakvllle Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of tho time I consult ed the very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me It has been a Godsend to me Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Row land Sunday night at 730 Eld H C Garrison of Danville will preach at the Union services at the Christian church here Sunday night How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Pen ny s Drug Store KINGSVILLE OperatorJ Evcrard Creighton has accepted a position in the dispatchers office at Somerset Tho series of meetings at the Chris tian church ended with services Sunday evening There were eight additions to the churchseveral by letter Nearly every one hero has united with the churcheither the Christian or other denomination and a large confession was not expected The meeting was a most pleasant and profitable one in many ways despite the very warm weather Rev J G Livingston will return to preach the 4th Sunday in September as per regular appointment The baptizing occurred at tho usual place Monday morning The Baptist Association is being held this week with the Pleasant Point church Tho attendance is very large Mrs Wm Lane will go to Harriman for n visit Mrs Fanny Carey will leave for an extended visit to Lexing ton and Paris Miss Margaret Router spent several days with Mrs Carrie Shelton at Rowland Mr and Mrs James Dishon were the guests of Mr Willis Routcn Mesdames Manfred Chcvolctto nnd Sylvan Privitt lofbSun day for Ludlow and Hamilton 0 their respective homes Mr and Mrs Sam Rigncy and children of Wilmore have returned home after a visit to relatives here W T Carey of the Q C tycnt Sunday with his wife and son here Quite a number from here will attend the Somerset fair next week Miss Myrtle Smith has returned from a visit to relatives at rnsldcICORNS CUREDCorn Exit will positively 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 a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford K- yPOSTED trletlJfurbldpj log on our place end will prosecute vtolaton to tbe full extent of the law Mr Kate Ador Kelchenbsch Br VonOrnenlguloredAlfred Simpson George Uolme Miss Mettle II Hewn K Kelchenbach Charles Cummin JOI Ballou- A 0 Dunn U Holmt DauJIbertJIIPeter W after J NeTla Carter Mra M Hayden Welch A D Rout J E Rruce N F 6Lotnaker Thomas 1errtll Green Ferrlll F J Coon Johb n Cameo l ch Sam Trowbrldge Peter Ilalmer Charles Eosilln Frank Cordler John Meier Samuel Llndiev LytleDavidJlauKbmanOnrlltenaJacob JtCwelh Pam Damerop Mrs M j Afhlock Fred Hnndorf Notice of Election I Lincoln County Court At the It ulllr A tut tern It n WarrvUJudgu prfKldlnK Order for Klec ItoInIto J A Allen anti other petition for 1ornl Option Klevtlon prrseotttlIWarren Judge of the Lincoln lounty Court n written petition ilgned by a nutnlwr of leKfll voter III each of tbu precinct of Lincoln county Kentucky equal to and more than 23 pier cent of the voter cast In mild ifverul precinct at the regular No itOSukingthatanelertlonhhidlitsaiiLincoln tier 12 Ituii for the pnrpoBo of taking the kentooftht legal voter of said county who are qualified to votent an for otllcerH upon the proportion whether or not Kplrltnoun vlnoun or malt liquors hall IM sold barteretl or loaned In Lincoln routty mid asking that the provlnlon of the rohlhltionhenpplredtoIrugglthit noted of record order of this court inudu and enterednt It regular July term and on the mh day of July lust this lay came said wtltloner rind moved the Court toenteranorderdlrecllPK wild elec lon to be held nR nuked In Std upon sail- ntotlonthutthelgnnlurceto sold petition ire the true and genuine nlgniiturfB of the persons whose nniiic apt ear thereon and that the petitioners are legal voter In their reipvctlve voting precinct In mild Lincoln antihuton November lieS U the Iiut preceding general election held In mill county and tbllt there art It voting preclllci ni saltcounty and that the another of petitioners filloltorenpectfully cast In mitt precinct at the regular November election Wfi which b thu nit prewdlng genvnil election held In lJulIt1hyby ordered to beheld In Lincoln County on Hcntemlwr lad for the purpose of Ink InK the fecntie of the legal voters of mild olcctlolllorsition whether or not spirituous vlnou or oriawedfurther ordered that the provision of the law and prohibition shall apply to DruggIMt rellMtrntlOIIIn thu cltUKof Htnnfonl Hiiitonvlllf Crab onWtIIIMIIVtratlon of tlioxe Iltrolll entitled to vote nt the electlod herein ordered whose name JhgIRtrutiollhooksihvrlfl of Lincoln county le hereby ordered votingrcclnctsIWd for the purpone of holding ald elec t01pnhllHiwclal registration the Interior Journal a news i ai er published at Htanford Ky for HpttlIIlrwill lIMO advertise mime by printed hand coneptcuoueIucesineach for al least two weeks before the said lute A Copy Attest a liCoopKn Clerk Lincoln County Court Iy K D IVnnlngton n o Notice ii hereby given that In obedience to the above order of the county court of hebeldsaid special registration will be held by mo nt the time and places above stated T J HILL HherlfT Lincoln County ARK R HAIR BALSAM lalrfromHfwtr ruts to IlMtoro o lisle la in Ybf1llColarCut K d JUcn IUi l DnicrlM FARM FOR SALE I ffntciuland oil KniiK li2 MurkJUeulitcouutynudlx alt uautl H mil trout like itviwcn Diutvlllo A Htun font Tliln l Inn uf taw bat farina In th county Uoo l ilwollliiK of six roommiml tiPCfuimry out bulldtngs Ktiiclnu In grow condition anti never fulling ply of wntttr 1nFOR SALE OR RENT 51y home In rruli Onlmnl Tmfltxt twetn Hpriags uuti tilt Untbrelulnl GrmlfilH- ClKHll IlOUW Of tI neon Ult contain seven Ban uud tiara good young orclmnl on It Will nlxo kcll my ol itrotfvrlw mid confection i 1AYNK Cmli Oruhnrd Ky FARM FOR SALE HnvingimivtHl todllhvrUOrttk I declre to sell uty furinof mincrvaou the Htanfont dEtniliOrchnnl tiulli from Cm b Or chard Knnu is well Improve wllh you iwrtulvfly new renlilonconml outhouse All 1 aniM nIt Inrtlwt vlkhtUK to IcMikovtir tin1 Itiocancall on Mr who lives on the form J HMITI1 filberts Creek Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Cilice over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Y Wayncsburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In unit Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble liaised letters n JlclntJy intro end works Vn nrtiurn 1iidgott At FARM FOR SALE AW have for Mile a plrndld Inrriml county farm It Ilex oa the UiltiKton pike about SK mile from JoIlIllr and run tuln nuuttlNacres 7 to luimrv of thin farm nrunullntile for heni iinil tobacco A ha1wxnThis farm lie well neat ha n brick n Ulonceon It ThU In a line fnrm If yo- uwihtorrusptmttIt you run unit ui at JIlI1II1IflllloIlllclIhrKy LAND FOR SALE I of flaw farming situalnluueudlfrutu IjinciiMtT on Islington piktMibout tonriv In town llm ll HBncmln cultlrntlon not In grant All under KMIII rn1 anti tun plenty oultulldingslaaIofKnlluiiddwillliig llmt of tfIr Thl fnrm seen fipnpiirvclnlnl Hlncv the city council In enforcing the laws liuuli III the vicinity of lnuauter hue udxiuirnl nip Idly In prlwnnd taws pniporty U In strait clomiiml W llAlii iidiulnUtrntor It MONlanrnster Ky To Reduce My Stick o- fSPECTACLES Iwill during the month of August sell nt u liscotiut nil FRAMES ETC and give tho Ktine guarantee of Kit isfnetiou as before Oflleo over Me Roberts Drug Store U to 12 A M 130 to d P WNCraig Stanf- ordNOTICE To the Overseers of the Public Dirt Roads The tails allotted to the dirt roade will he ready to be delivered to the oversew of these roads Friday Aug 31 1000 They will come in and give their receipts fur them as the law requires It the overseer does not come in person lie mint authorize come person in writing to sign his name to the receipt which authority to sign the name of the overeeer will be attached to the receipt filed with the clerk of the oourt It C WAIIUEN Judge Aug 27 1900 IPRES TlONS1 I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I Intelligence are a part of every prescription we fill The doctor duce riot write them down with the other ingredients becaiibe of ft tacit understanding that they I are to go in nlwayB and ho knows they WILL go in when bring his to li- eSranfoI you dDr tte 04 co1 Odds and Ends r F They Must Go y You can use them We cant These prices 3 surely will move them EVERY GARMENT in our stock of Mens Net Underwear sold all the season for 50c 75c and 100 are in this sale at I t ThirtyFive CentseI d t All the 25 and 35 cent garments in this sale at i Fifteen Cents itI 250 Porto Rican Straw Hats at 100 our 200 goods go at 100 the 100 stuff is now 50c and our HALF DOLLAR HATS at 25 cents What better investment on your r money do you want than this for next sea sons use rsslll rlc H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY POMPE1AV A CREAM Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexionitroubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and trifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAMIwithdraws every particle of impurity from the pores all the WIIthrough and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinklesIimmediately disappear but the ol health GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE I If you call at our store we will gladly give free a generous sample of the cream and a oujof the famous book A Trtttiii in Fads PENNYS DRUG TOREtSTANFORD KENTUCKY Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day r would like to give you fig ures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteedf S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner anti Plumber I Give Your Children an EducationS- UE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL t Established 10 years line had a rapid continual Nino Depart i incuts as followsiAcademic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business c4ilIIndustrial Physical Culture and Biblical The Coat is email instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDONKY k- I f l T NEW DARK GINGHAMS fit School Drocscs Just iu nt 10 and 12Ac r i NEW AUTO VEILS nro ngnfii thrnge They nro tolling like hot cakes in Now York r fiitTOn 1 thorn in nil colors ut 2fc to 82RO NEW BELTS 1Ve nre fltowiug pome mlvnnco styles in Bolts nt COo to 200 t SEVERANCE SON STANFORn KENTUCKY I 8TANIOH1 KV Atd ill 1900 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Pennys Drug Store I tJS OW8IBY jRsp ntsoveraldays Loulttvillo MU W W SAUNDBRU to at London ntttulding the faun BMH MBIHK wont to Stonegn Vn to work in n bakery fMR h U HUOHHS made n businoM trip to Somoraet thli week MRS W J DOZIBK children have returned to WHwn IaIMRS 1 M WBBTBHPIBIO and chll returned to Livingston Tuuaday 1l1ran Honuirr Itoll4NSoNandchlldran- of Somerset ore at Crab Orchard SpringsMiss INBK U WILKINSON of Troy 1 Mo la with the family of hor uncle IW WI1kln on MRS A F HALEY and children o Lebanon Junction are visiting relatives in this aectlon Mu A C DUNN who has been quite sick several weeks with malarial fever Is convalescent MR CHARLES CAMPHBLL of Camp bcllsvillc has been the guest of Miss Pearl Campbell MB JOHN J ELUOT one of Caseys mat substantial farmers paid this oC1 face a call Tuesday Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS went up to London to visit Mr W It Dillion nnd family during the fair MESSRS FRED HARRIS W J and Herbert Price of Danville were her on business Wednesday MR JOHN SNYDER and wife hav rented Miss Mollie Daughcrtys real dente on Manville avenue Missus MARY ANn URIAH FIELDS o Covington arc visiting the families of William Fields and D B Rambo Miss BBSSIE MILLER HILL who haa been ill with typhoid fever so long is convalescing we ore glad to say Miss MARY GARNBTT who has been with her slater Mrs J S Rice left Wednesday for her homo nt Cave City MISSHS MARCARDT ANti JOAN MOUNT two of Uncnsters handsomest young women were hero with friends Tuesday MISS Jmnm COOKE who has been with her sisters and other relatives loft for her home In Nashville yester day Missus CLARA ANn FRANCES COOPER of this place and Edna Camnltx of Hnstonville spent several days in Lou N MIN 1oEE JR left Wednes day to enter the law department o I Washington A Lee University at Lex- Ington Va- dutxm W A TRIIIIILB wife and t children returned Wednesday from soy eral weeks stay with relatives In Ma son county MR E T PENCE JR and family are moving into their new home recent ly purchased of Mr J P Jones on West Main Street FRANK LEE formerly clerk In Pen nys Drug stoic but later with n drug house at Middlesboro has bought a drug store at Eminence Tnt London Local says that Mr John H Jackson has sold his home at that place preparatory to moving to his fine farm recently bought In this county MISSES CYNTHIA AND SAVANNAH BECK of Stanford who have been vis iting Mrs C E Soper have gone to Crap Orchard for a visit Richmond WILLIAM AND JOE HIGCIN IIOTHAM of Garrard left Monday morn Ing for West Virginia where they have rented a farm and will reside for tho coming year SAUFLEY left yesterr MR II ROWAN day for Camp Harris Henderson Ky to remain in camp for 10 days Mr Saufley is Adjutant of the3rd Battalion 2nd Regiment State Guards MR JOHN CHAPPELL and wife of I Knoxville are visiting relatives here Mr Chappell who is n splendid engineer was considerably hurt in a wreck hi Tennessee some weeks ago GEORGE C GIVENS was knock and rendered unconscious dur IMRS thunder storm a few evenings Lightning made kindling wood poles near herof several telephone t homo and she received the shock while t standing not far from her phone Sho is still suffering from the effects of tho shock but was able to come to town I Tuesday Considerable cornice work on the porch at her home was knocked ofT by the bolt l MRS 1 C LBE of Knoxville Is with friends here r D NKWLAND JR Is with tho homofolka hero JAMBS R BEAZLEY went up to tho London fair yesterday MRS GEOKUIA lluows of Mt Vernon visited friends here Mns JBSSBTUAYLOK joined her bus band at Corbin yesterday bOdkl EMMA HAYS is visiting her grandmother In Lancaster SAM W SBVBIIANCE Is at Crab Orchard drinking the healthgiving wa tars MRI A A LKWIS and daughters w1- 1arrive from Covington today to visi the family of Dr T M Lewis MRS Gnu W MILLS and daughter Katharine of Huston ville are with Mr W J DoBaun and family Perry yule Cor Herald LOCALS ofReid HHMP Machine in No1 running order and good wheat drill for sale Burdott Powoll Hustonvillc poplIarE W Crcighton Kir sville Ky LOT of household goods carpets piano etc and a good wheat drill for solo cheap if bought at once W H Denham THE YOUNG LADIES MISSIONARY SO willemeet with Miss at 4 o TilE ladies of Morelaml will give an ice cream this evening the Morcfland Union Sunday School building Go and help a good causeIallcompositorhad thaw years experience and can give best references Address INTER tea JOURNAL Stanford Ky CHRISTIAN L HORNUNC who Is con ducting the Seventh Day Adventist meeting at Waynesburg sends us word that good crowds aru attending and that the meeting will continue until further notice BIG HorThe closing hop of the season will bo given at Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday night next 4th It will be an all night dance and an ad mission fee of will be charged You are cordidlly invited fYour attention is called to the sale advertisement of D S Henry which appears elsewhere He will dispose of his fino Woodford county farm of 318 acres and a lot of stock crop etc at puplic sale on Sept 8 BANK STOCKI will sell at public auction on Monday Sept 10th county court day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonvillc Sale will take place in front of the court house at 1 oclock r M W H Morris executor Mrs M B McAlister liEU TO CIRCUIT COURT John Baugh who bit oil Mr David C Al lens nose in n fight nt McKinney some weeks ago had his examining trial before Squire W M Dudderar at McKinney Wednesday and was held over to circuit court in 1000 which ho gave Mr P M McRobcrts represented the defendant and County Attorney Burch Mr Allen- WIIITEMre White wife of Mr Ed A White died at Wilmoro after a protracted illness of tphold fever The funeral was preached at the Methodist church there by Dr Murphy and a largo crowd followed tho remains to the grave Mrs WhIte was a Miss Lowery and was a most excellent woman Messrs W W Felix and Jacob White of this county attended the burial NEW FIRMMrWKinnaird War nor and Dr W B OBannon have bought of J W Perrin his storehouse and stock of groceries etc and will take possession nt once Mr Warner sold Mr Perrin his residence on Lan caster Avenue for 1700 Mr Warner who will have charge of the store has had some experience in the mercantile business while his wife is the danghter of a successful Garrard county mer chant We bespeak for the new firm the liberal patronage It deserves Give tho gentlemen a trial order vr NEW GOODSatttfaa Coming in every day Come to us for the newcfct and best AVe have made nnd are still making great preparations for tho coining Full and Winter Good raorohundiBC is scarcer than in cars but we have ours bought anti can supply you If I R-SrONALS afternoone GRATES in abundance for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford GOOD farm hand wanted John Tray lor Gilberts Creek Ky WE have just received our Fall line of rugs and druggets and also a fine line of artistic rockers Tribble Pence 2t ON Sept 12 Dr M K Pennlngton of Manly Jefsamlno county will sell lila farm of 107 acres nt public auction eolIall THE six months o twins Charley Onte ngo it yesterday WE are under o arsons to Rev Joseph Severance chaplain of tho Frankfort penitentiary for good work done on our presses Mr Severance is a machinist of a high order TUB report current here yesterday that a white woman had been criminally assaulted in the Willow Grovo scc tion of Boyle and that she was in a dy ing condition proved untrue wo are glad tostate- Goon FARM CH AN IIANDSMr George W Carter has sold to A J Rico the Spuiro Murphy farm on Hus tonvillo pike containing 181 acres a 70 It is one of the best farms in Lincoln county LAST PICNIC Rev J A Barbee pastor of the colored Methodist church has had bills printed telling of a big picnic which will bo tho last of the season to be held near Stanford on Friday Sept 21 From present indications it will be a big alTalr STANFORD had an opportunity of so curing a laundry the other day bu several of the mossbacks Interfer red A gentleman of experience in the business was willing to locate and build n laundry but was discouraged by people content to merely eke out an exist enceDDoryJohn Doty oldest son of Mr and Mrs J A Doty died at tho resi dence of his parents in Lancaster Wednesday after an illness of several years caused by a complication of diseases Ho was the eldest in a famil of nine children and was 38 years of and unmarried HOLTZCLAWMisa Bruce Holtzclaw aged 15 daughter of Mr John Holtz claw of the Gilberts Creeksection died Tuesday of typhoid fever and peritonitis and was buried at Goshen Wednesday She was a bright pretty girl and full of promise Great sym pathy is felt for her parents and other relatives SHOOTING AT CHURCH At the flap tint church near Ellisburg Casey coun ty Monday night while services were i progress Bud Lynn attempted raise trouble and when ConstilbleJ Mc Williams called him down Lynn shot at him the ball grazing his arm Mc Williams returned the fire and struck Lynn twice in the arm and once in the side Dr Murphy extracted the ball from his side and thinks he is not dangerously hurt Lynn is said to have been under the influence of whis kyA FEW days ago Mr W S Warren familarly called Uncle Billy hadone of his hands hurt while driving his cow Ho wrapped the wounded member and poured n lot of spirits of turpentine on it A little later ho struck a match to start the fire when tho rags caught and rapidly burned fearfully blistering his hand and making matters a great deal worse Unfortunately Mr Warren has not saved up a great deal of this worlds goods and as his wife is sick the pres ent would be a mighty good time for those of his friends who are able to come to his rescue in a small way TirE scarcity of farm hands is something appalling nt present and if the conditions do not improve within n short time hundreds of dollars will be lost byI the Boylo county farmers Tobacco thatshould havo been cut a week ago is still drying up in the sun for want of hands and plowing is comparatively re tarried Hemp Is ripening fast and it is impossible for the growers to get enough hands to handle the cropAd vocate The same conditions exist here The lazy Negroes and lazier white help hang around town doing nothing The Alverson vagrancy law should be applied to thy indolent scamps IMATRIMONIAL 14Milsheart and hand Barnett Leo Peyton and Miss Flora Ellis of Casey were married at Ellis ton on the 2Cth The engagement of Miss May Clare Kendrick of Monticello to Mr William J Geary of Lexington has just been announced Of Interest to Many Foleys Kidney Curo will euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond tho reach of medicine No medicine can do moro Pennys Drug Store For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of Und situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser mats room good cellar stable nnd all outbuildings Water hydrant 10 the yard and one for stock- J P IUILKY PUBLIC SALE Blue Grass Farm WKDNKHDAY HIT lt inn On tlif nlKive elate nt 10 I will soil on Intolasvllle For particulars n ply to U W HInnlngtOilIIKt K IBNjJiNnToxlInnly Ky PUBLIC SALE Having determined In l rrnk up house keeplng lor Ihe pretent will nt 1Y ItaniMjys itoruhoUM lit Orult Orchard Ite HltUIU- HATITItllAYHKITNTII commencing promptly nt 10 oclock tell the following le crllod good Ono hale looktwalnut elnr wnnlrolw 2 rockers 6 11MJIaanrtlcloi one Mt of dlnliiK room clmlm nnd u lot of furniture nut inentloiuxl In this hill Ijiidusnre c Hclitlly Invltnl Turin ciuh MUM AMlK NKWIAND Col J rrimiullvr Au- ctPUBLIC SALE atMIIhrlgovllleTIIUUHHAYHK1T SOllOB My stock of general merchiimllsfl logoII e r with the sloro rant my and two urn of In ml adjoining house contain lug live rooms goal horn vverlnstlnit well MorelanddSmiles Honth if Crab Orchiirtl This land has on It n comfortable dwelling and tncrenof the hind ls under fence will 1110 uldcnttIcIniceJrneyadlkcows drivers hogs liugxles In print wagon iretnof buggy ImMcshouro hold nnd kitchen furniture con tlnK of nice ortiiin parlor suit I foldlnK Isrl8la d room suits I couch wnrdrotie sowing mtiehlnv I centiutnbleiJexteiulon tildes helllInltw roes to mrntlou Terms made known on of sale J W DIbilON MllleilKWllle Col J I Uhandler Auctliineer PUBLIC SALE I Crop Knnn Im npleahitsHATIIK1JAY IITI Hot The undersigned will oiler for wile on the nlIIueil lo mile from Vercnlllcn mars from InWoooHorllMluinite tmcts nnd as n whole all tbnetracts have plkefruntnge With each tract wilt sold u larKi toUicco liirnelKht acres goaltobacco wellInr1The Innd ls very prslucth u ns crops wi sbowabout Hens In lllue Urns and se sowedInIIntltllllnithou and phase will sell a lot of tuules horses cows cowl farm Implements UlIIRII used on place of thin site together with hauscholdandkltehenfurnltureTl centIersonnlWJIIIIflIletnJohn W JIeMlltnntut the Ilrelllleor tho underslgneO JIHlItNRYJNkholllvlll PUBLIC SALE Slaving decided to quit house keeping I will on HATUHDAYHKIT IGTH ofIllenvycowheifer calla months old buggy phaeton 2 sets of buggy harness new mans Middle 3 tnrdentoolsnewwashingtubs I good lath tub A lot of house hold ntnttresscsdnssursdiscs table keeplugIwouuyhousebuildfibreat the door Its ono of the best locutions In engageIiin lung the lino of tile Q A C llallroad u switch now on the lot also n small warehouse that holds about ear loads of baled MhglutreeCont 10 oclock Terms madeknown on duty or sale UEUIIKN WILLIAMA McKlnncy Ky NEW FALL SHOES atm f Let us show you tho now Fall styles in Ladies Footwear Variety of styles and prices to slit nil sum to 8J Special values ut 2 equal to ninny 260 shoos Ito nombor Zoiglers hnve more good qualities than any other elioc mado for tho price I 1 ii The famous Shoe for Women i Fall Styles just Received New SLeathers New Lasts See the New College i Boot i i m i CUMMINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY ft- ok4NMiv0 71 19 M11 4 4111Itlllll + + Clf f + +++++ + fI141 +iiIbjf H FALL DRESS V GOODS I rr Our line of Dress Goods for Fall is specially strong this season We are prepared to show you a strong line Mohair and Fancy Suiting at 50c offyard 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 H II III tt LMIILTEYCODry 5 and 10 Cent Ware i Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY III III 119 7The Interior Journal Uttered in the PottOjJIce at Stanford at itcmdClatt matter- Tvnl1B11IDU TUBHUAYH AND VKIDWH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH y7 When not 10 paid 1200 will bo charged W SweeneyJesse FROPRIKTOR Livery Feed ant Sib Stable Lancaster Ky HoreesweUfcd and cared for Uplo date rigs at reasonable tutee NEW LIVERY STABLE BUaSB k CIiABSSON Pren JUNCTION CITY KY JlratOlast TutnouU at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For BalliI INSURANCEFlrx Accident ono IleprwsentiKl prbd114oeQUflltuirnTellwithis Vuyltigrtluo MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Xo S3 1111iWhrn In Danvlllo atop aaFOXtKwil find Hnle Htublc Mules fancy atdultilmretr1YtH1ibuaftt theImnrket thli mile mule cutsseason for IJM and lion CUItIeB G FoxDanvilleKy BD CARTERe Successor to Bruce Oarteri livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street atANroHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Tour patronage i r elicited HoneI on commission Stock Pene In Connection Two Farms For Sale I with to still privately my farm of 17- 0ington mile West of on and Los It well ImprovcU ha of wnter and timber fenced and bulldlJ1glln good repair Also an fnrm of 100 flares lying midway between Lancaster nlll inzton Good outlet tnch wnv Well feneml IVrmirenaonahle TIHKUIUNU Mnrkebury Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy rondymnde clothing when there to to little illfTerenci In the prIce of high grade rCIIlymade sultl Rnd a suit made to Jonr mcoiuroment taken by nn experienced tailor I hnve u Imndsomo line BprliiK nnd- 3nJ1l1er goods I cnn mnku from n low price business suit to the lliust druss suit Also overcoats trouwrs und fancy vests The company I represent leone of the lest H C RUPLEY the Tailor JJaf1 Traylor DBALIK 11r Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYglo18Prompt end altnelon Nolblnr llbe bs- n drink Mall pbon cr utters orders rectlY soap attention e 1t e1ary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSfiddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 nome Phone 33 JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aituro MattingaRugs They willexchangeFumiture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY IPREACHERSVILLE to die very strangely Mrs II G Cummins while walking in her yard had the misfortune to be severely stung by bumblebees The doctor had to be called in and for se eral hours her condition was critical J K Sutton and Frank Gross at tended the Barbourville fair Miss Lucy Holtzclaw who is teaching our school so nicely failed to tench part of this week on account of her cOllsin being dangerously ill J R Rigsby while sowing ryefouml 17 stinging worms on one stalk of corn on another 21 and on another 26 As the sting of this worm is moro painful than any boo wasp or hornet it will be seen that a fellow could hardly wish for more who had been so unlucky 8J to take any of these stalks on his arm Woe to tho man with the hoe IV D Elmore bought 600 bales or timothy hay at GOc and sold a flock or sheep to W B Rngan at 5 James Rigsby sold a horse to Mr Robins for 10750 R G Pettus sold 150 bushel of corn to H D Holtzclaw at 260 per barrel J L Anderson bought some hogs of H F frewland at 585 W- D Elmore bought 42 hogs of Rockcas tie parties at 5J The farmers are now beginning to cut hemp and it is said to be unusually good Miss Lillie Garner of Cedar Creek was visiting Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Miss Kate Payne is visit the family of lien brother J F Payne Owen Duval is visiting his sis at Greensburg Ind Rev W T B White and daughter Mrs Jas Livingston and baby visited Mr and Mrs F F Cummins Willie Jordan of Burn side is visiting his brother WalterJor and wife Mr and Mrs Geo Nay for visited his brother John Naylor Rev Wm Mac Hutchins is attending East Concord Association in session near Pineville J M Cress and wife are at Berea attending the Tate Creek Association FARMERS DEPARTMENT Good milk cow for sale Mrs Dan Cooley C W Lovell bought of C E Tate a yearling mule for 110 W R Denham sold to James R Beazley the field of corn advertised latlt issueA yearling colt trotted a quarter in 321 at Lexington breaking the world recordFifty good stock ewes and lot oltl corn for sale A W Carpenter Marc land Ky- Greely Lutes bought of C W Love a lot of yearling cattle at 3c and some twoyearolds at 31c I will be in Stanford next Monday county court day to buy 100 mule colts and some horse colts B G Fox Danville A disease known as black tongue has broken out in Rowan county and is causing considerable unrest among the ownersFort SALE20 one and twoyearol steers and heifers Also a few goo stock hogs J M Johnson Co Waynesburg Ky Western lambs broke the record this year at Chicago They sold at 840 and came from Idaho W C Cleveland of Ada county raised them A big crowd attended the sale of the effects of J W Eubanks near Hubble yesterday The farm of 82J acres was bought by William Sloan at 6305 Horses brought 90 to 140 cows X3- 40 wheat 75c Other things sold at good prices MARGUERITE She stands beneath the spreading maple tree As fair a vision as man could wish toI see So Queenly a form so noble a mien In halls of fame are seldom seen Her chestnut hair with its tinge of gold That crowns a brow so fair and bold Her loving eyes shed light divine Her very presence makes a shrine Oh fair being could pen portray Your Queenly form your angelic way Always happy bright and sweet Always the same dear Marguerite Levingsworth Make Hay While the Sun Shines There is a lesson in the work of the hrlfty farmer He knows that tho right sunshlno muy last but a day and ho prepares for the showers which aro so liable to follow So it should bo with over household Dysentery diarrhoea und cholera norbus may attack somo member of tho home without warning Chamberlains Collc Cholera anti Diarrhoea temedy which is the best known nedlcine for those diseases should sways bo kept at hand as Injinod late ent rent fs necessary and delay may rove fatal For salo by Stanford Drug Co A wellfounded oha reached Bristol Tenn that the Southern railway has taken over or is about to se railIwaythe proper ty1 Is not stated but it is to be in the neighborhood of 10OOOoooi r k 000 IN PAEMNMS THE = BIG = BLUEGRASS d =FAIR 20000 IN- PRCMNMS LE8INGrON SEPTEMBER 17th T22ndThe biggest and best Fair ever held In the South Classifications Include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopps famous Military nand Highclass Amusements of nil sorts For Catalogue and other intonation address GEO A RAIN Sccy- Lexington Ky S Ii Try our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand ttallt r W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 This institution was original eatabllihid at the Deposit Sank of Stanford In 1855 then reorganized as the National Sank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganlied ai the Pint National Baik of Stanford In 1ISI having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It li better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poration Solicited Piniiiliialoii Ii k N Is Officers J HOOKER Preil 8 T IlAHnU V Pre J J MCBOBEUTB W B Directors t ReId DanTllU T Ilarrli Stanford J Uocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Klmore Stanford B n Bauehman Stanford T P mil Stanford Robinson Hubble Banchman Stanford J M 1ettui Stanford 0 E Stanford the Lincoln County national Daub Of Stanford l ntuckY CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 20OOOC r OFFICERS 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 DIREOTORS J B OWSLEY Stanford SHANKS Stanford O W OAHTCK TurnuriYlIU W H CUMMINS rreacherivllle L Q Ooocil Wajneiburg W H TiiAYUin Queens Oreok U L Hcnniit Lancaster W O WALKKH Stanford J B KOSTIIB Stanford W H HiiAXKrf Stanford J B PAXToN Stanford We rtupoctfully solicit tho account of IiullvldunU rill I nlld Uorporntlonn Hunks and Hunkers and are prepared to furnish nil depositors such nccointiiodntlonii us are consistent with siifo banking ilixlern Safety jK slt Jloxe In our vault for use ol our OUltolllllu Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting and all the Commercial Branches taught in the Commercial Doimrtmuiit ol the SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Students now holding good position j Diplomas granted to thono who finish the course Save onehalf the cost of getting u hnsinees education September is tho best time to begin Write for particulars J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY First tern begins MONDAY SEPT 3 1900 Our faculty U drone equipment firstcliisd giirronndings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by tho boat institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont trend oil to school when you have its good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky LAND FOR SALE I desire to sell US ucroj ot land In tho Hunt End of Lincoln county a part of the K place It fronts on tho railroad and unimproved Mail oil Mrs Hallle Iounlngtonoii the place I Ohr TSTEAHFNAist Ohri Jai J U Tate U Horses Handled I am prepared to brralcaiid Imndlo horses by tlio n Perfect ntlsfaettoll guar niitMHi Olve nib a trial Itufwruncoa gIven Kil M JIKJarty IlnkOottngo Hlock Farm Htanford Ky 1 u s REDUCED PRICES Mens 8500 Suits Reduced to 8100 Mens 8C50 Suits Reduced to 500 Mens 8750 Suits Reduced to UOO Moils 850 Suits Reduced to 700 Mens 8000 Suits Re luced to 750lMonVi 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 Mens 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 I Mens 812no Suits Reduced to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and l Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSONDr- yGoods Clothing Shoes Hats nnd Cap Ladies nnd Gontit Furnish ings Etc tho ture that wives you money Next Door to Lincoln County National BankjSTANFORD KY 1uOSrtTALNIT BELIOHT M TO EXACT PACKAGEi lvloY 1114Ie WHost 8t LomstoiUlnyurcu leteretaIwasand hrwIbtwaetuitIlcrbeettbbastaenpourfurnmenmepeta- unrrin rclnlr from HnH trouble w cvrdiiKto dust due In ueodlnfe Hh b1 been S hard nulkrr all her Ille batlnt- tesdtbhrlntlotbettamllykeepinbasrdera Homswbat ottr a farBIO rtinia betel lu I i crew sons ao4 worse ud1H her ntirntxxiwu aneciej the lf t brln a tees of sore eon The llralaf end beretnNentwtlunwasSudleadf1 5Clmnlhatltwsalmposeblfurbrlosleepda ormrUL Tbeflocton two of oar bestt i mnounml and nben I eked rrrmlttlon to us Zemo prompt said It wuld deilflit oa to Sad to ear tbn arar ul auBrter Ztno1 ttiixl on tbe upt r part of tee gal and aotm relieved the patirat of t b ternbl dit ttox br ibetwbinc and born or Tbedoctors bad boen dinurx Ib lretert u arbatusoonasibeysawStewoaderta ahatyelnthe nlll nhero ZeiBo had been used lIn aTe content to It emd oa the Irea Oradnallr Iber braan to Itnprot and ate now alnwel aa smooth at the tare It was tipbtbl about a moolb before molt relief itaieiperleocvdmtbit nariof tbe burning and d IItemnowisifalealwmelj raiitblbailTen Batrbejuttlectlbinii a few vrrta Softer ab la cured llowever be u erT aillKibaTebfQlnainiinniai la tminni ivurwvn dctfal remedyandthinkthatltbeearsattutusberorILIto MRS MARY PERRY nr1JJS Nun In llotpllal Ne2os N ISO St- ECZEMA PIMPLESAND ILL bola SCALD CIII1KI II CRUD aY + ZEMO +A CLEAN LIQUID FOR EXTERNAL USE PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT TO U8E- tam QUARANTBID AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just rereivetln BIG LOT of the above stovcs and um now rendy to furnish you one at n reasonable figure X GEORGE M FARRIS Stanford Kentucky m Try One of Our New Perfection Oil 4 Stoves LOWEST PRICES George DP Hopper Stanfor Ky YOUR WANTSlN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts r DRUGGIST STANFORD