You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal.: n. Tuesday, August 19, 1902. Semi-weekly interior journal.. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton, Springfield, KY 1902 sem1902081901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal.: n. Tuesday, August 19, 1902. Semi-weekly interior journal.. W.P. Walton, Springfield, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXi STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 1919029 A DLNOT 47 Proceedings In Full of tho Convention Held at Danville on August 9th At a meeting of tho Executive Com raltieeo of tbo 13th judicial district ol Kentucky held at tbo Danville Ky court house on AlI pursuant to a call of the chairman for tbo purpose of determining the plan and time of hold- Ing an election for tbo lolccllon of dem nominees for tbo olllces of clr1 tcult Judge and Commonwealth ney to bo voted for at the nominees of the democrotlo party at tbo general November olectlon In 1003 the follow leg member were present R C War- roo of Lincoln county chairman Heed S Nichol Boyle T B Robinson Garrard D Leo Curry Mercer D i Lee Curey of Mercer was placed In nomination for secretary and unanl mously elected The candidates respectively for clr cut judge and Commonwealths attor nov were Invited by the committee to appear before It and to submit their t views touching the matter about which the committee bad been COt veDod t Mean Owsloy Hughes Dardlnjiotb and McKeo appeared and an their candidacy for Common froll attorney Messrs Baufley and the latter by his roprosonta tin appeared and announced their candidacy for circuit judge Kaon can dldato stated ho would abide tbo action of the committee Messrs Owslev Hug be and SauUey favored a primary election Metsrs llardln Rothwell and McKoo did not express aoholca for owAny particular method Mr Oardlng t by his representative expressed a i choice In favor of precinct convention these conventions to appoint delegates v to county conventions and these cot ventlons to a district convention Thereupon a motion was made by Mr Warren of Lincoln to adopt the following resolution Whereas there la now pending In the 13tb judicial district of Kentucky a heated campaign for tbo democratic nomination for circuit judge and Corn moo wealths attorney and whereas nominations for those ofllccs through out the State have aready boon settled by party action or are to be fettled this fall by such action and whereas It to the Interest of the democratic party In this district that such action bo tak on as that all party strife may cease at soon as possible after the nomination therefore bo It resolved by tho demo oracle executive committee of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky that a primary election bo held on the 18th day of October 002 In all the voting places of said district for the purpose of making nominations for circuit court judge and Commonwealths attorney PRIMARY KLECTJONyNOTICE Pabllo notice n a primary election will be held on Saturday Oct 18 1002 In all the voting pre 4 clncts of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky at tbo regular voting place between the hours of 0 A M and 4 p n for tbo purpose of selecting a dcmo cratlo candidate for circuit judge and Commonwealth attorney for said dis trict AU the white democrats who are residents of said district and who are legal voters or who will be legal voters on the 15th day of November 1008 arc permitted to voto In their re v spcotlve precincts and arc requested to do to Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballot mutt give written notice to that effect U the secretary by Friday Oct 3 1002 and by that time also deposit with him t 150 each to be used toward defraying the cost of publishing and circulating notices of holding the primary election I and other expenses Incident to the copying registration of voters and the printing of ballots In the counties having cities In which tbo law requires tho registration of voters the demo cratic committee of such county or the chairman thereof Is authorized and Is directed to cause tbo names of demo crate registered at the last general rOil istration to bo copied for each election precinct of such city Into separate books and delivered to tho officers ap pointed to hold tho election In the 1maoner and within tho time required by law Said election will bo held un der tbo requirements provided by law for holding regular primary elections acd a uniform ballot will be used In every precinct which will be furnished by the chairman and secretary of the district committee to the chairman of eaob county committee and each coun ty committee or the chairman thereof will cause the same to be furnished and delivered to the olllcors of election In each voting precinct of tho county Tho democratic commltteo of each county will appoint the ofllcers in each pro clnct to hold the election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the candidates and to be as nearly equally divided as possible as to judges sheriffs and clerks among the various candidate The commltteo calls for volunteer detrorats who are willing to serve their party as officers without i pay In holding said primary election and that they Indloato their wllllnr ness to do so to all the candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths at torney and that the officers of election In each precinct be selected from lists of democrats who nro patriotic enough parIre cbalri toIto 1002I committee shall meet and returns and certify tbo same to tbo chairman of tbo district committee which district committee shall on Oct 20 1002 at 10 A M In Danvlllo Ky meet canvass tho re turns declare tbo results and Issue a certificate of nomination to the success tul candidates The secretary of this committee Is directed to give public notice of this election as required bylaw to wit Forty days before said oleo tion provided however that no more than one candidate for circuit judge or Commonwealths attorney shall have complied with tho conditions herein Imposed oy Friday Oct 3 1002 then the chairman of tho district Is authorized and directed to reconvene the district committee on that day or as soon thereafter as practicable at Dac vllle and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the democratic par ty for the office for which he Is a candi date and to Issue to him a certificate of nomination and tho primary election heroin called will not be held Mr Robinson of Garrard moved to adopt the following resolution as a sub stitute for Mr Warrens resolution for a primary election Tbe democratic committee for the 11th judlcal district of Kentucky after full consideration of tho rights of all the candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney to bo voted for at tho November election 1003 an nounced or who may hereafter announce adopt the following plan of selecting nominees of the democratic party for said offices lit The democratic voters of the dlr trlct are requested to meet at their ser eral voting precincts In tbo district on tbo fltb day of December at 2 1 M They will be called to order by tbelr precinct county committeeman and will proceed to elect a chairman and secre tary and then proceed to the election of delegates to a county convention each precinct being entitled to elect one delegate for each 100 votes or frac lion of 100 over 60 east for tbo democratic candidate In said precinct at the last presidential election and If any precinct did not cast 100 votes in said election said precinct shall never theless bo entitled to at leant one dol egate to said county convention Alter nates shall also bo elected to take the place of each delegate who may bo un able to not or decline to act The chairman of said precinct meeting shall certify the result to and transmit them to the chairmen of the respective coun ty committees 2nd The delegates to each conven tlon shall meet at the court house of their respective counties on Dec 8lb 1002 and shall be called to order by tbelr respective county committee chairman and after electing a chairman and secretary shall proceed to elect delegates to a district convention to bo bold at the court house In Dan vlllc Ky In which Doyle county shall be entitled to 8 votes Garrard to 7 votes Lincoln to 0 votes and Mercer to 0 votes that being their relative strength as shown by their votes fur tbo democratic candidates at the last presidential election Said delegates when assembled will bo called together by the chairman of tbo democratic commltteo for this judicial district to whom tbo returns from the county conventions certified by tbo re spective chairman and secretary of the county convention shall be delivered Said convention shall assemble at the court house In Danvlllo Ky on Deo 10 1002 and proceed to elect a chairman and secretary and make nominations for judge and Commonwealths attor ney and perform all acts and functions proper to a democratic convention 3rd At tho precinct meetings dem ocrats who will support the nominees are entitled to voto In our opinion It can not bo dogmatically asserted that there Is only one fair way of making nominations and in reaching these conclusions wo believe wo have combined the beet features of all plans Every democrat will have a right to voto at his own voting place and It will require a majority of all tbo votes of tbo district to mako a nomination Each county will bavo all tbo In fluence In making tbo nomination to which It Is entitled and no more Wo bar no ono who wishes to be a candidate for either office There are candlIor more for each office With three or more candidates In different portions a of tho district for the same office U Is practically certain no one could get a majority by a primary election In deed with four candidates 1200 votes ro11Jtatoour no ono can be nominated without securing a majority of the en tire district which must of necessity satisfy the greatest number Our po sition Is manifestly just to all If any one gtts any advantage over any one also a majority of all the voters of the district must assist him Upon a call of tbo counties on tbo substitute tbo votes stood thus Boyle county Reed S Nichols aye Garrard T B Robinson aye Lincoln R C Warren no Mercor county D Lee Curry aye The substitute prevail ed having three ayes and ono no and was duly carried and so declared Thereupon a motion was duly made and carried that the chairman and sec rotary be Instructed to give due notice through the newspapers In this district four weekly insertions of such notice just before the election and that nc tlccs shall bo posted at voting precincts at least 30 days before election and that each candidate fflr office shall pay to the secretary 115 to defray ex penses of said notices which anount each shall deposit on or before Oct 1 1002 Thereupon the committee adjourned sine die r C WAKHBN ohmn POLITICAL Hon E D Drake has been appointed county attorney of Logan vlco E G Vlok resigned Joseph Hermes of Covlngton has announced his candidacy for Congress In the Sixth district fie will run as IndependentR Judge Wm Car roll for circuit judge In the 12th dis trlct by a majority bf 2600 Chas San ford was nominated for Common wcatbs attorney Tbo republicans of tho Tenth Con gressional district met at Winchester and nominated John G White of Clark county for Congress over his protest and several announced candidates toIleogle against organized wealth Ho re- Iterates that be will not be a candi date That warning of a conspiracy to as sassinate him conveyed to Gov Goe bel by Mr John G White Is liable to embarrass the latter In his campaign as republican nominee for Congress In the Tenth district such dutiful and humane act not being In keeping with the principles of tho civil liberty allies of tho republican partyville Times The republicans of the Sixth appel late district In convention at Maysvllle nominated W G Dcarlng of Flem Ingsburg for judge of the court of op peals Tho Ninth Congressional die trict convention was alto held at that place and W H Caitner of Boyd county was nominated for Congress Senator W H Cox and former Con gressman S J Pugh both refused to allow their names to go before the con vention An Letter dOver seers Ai tbe season tar working county road approaches and at It requires about 60000 workingIlion to the overseers whose sworn duty It Is to superintend and report tho amount of work done by each hand on their respective rood In order that the county may either obtain better result forth enormous outlay of money or that tbo taipayern may at tach tho blame to the proper persons The court U not opposed to paying In full hands that actually work the time required by taw but It U opposed to paying the hands for any moro time than they actually work Tho court agrees to pay SOo per day of eight hours each not exceeding three days If the hand only works one hour the overseer should so certify to tho court and be paid for that time and no more Curtain ly If he doe not work at all ho should not receive any thing No prudent businessman would do otherwise Yet In many stances overseen certify claims to the court where tho claimant was aelther present In person nor represented and In other Instan ces every hand In the road boundary Is cer tilled for tell pay when tho overseer himself was not present to sea who was there or tho amount of time put In of actual work Tho sate flagrant Irregularities exist In regard to the teams County roads have been piked with grav el This Is unauthorized and such claimwilt bo refused Tho overseers are officers whose duty It Is to protect ths interests of the county When they have certified work that is unauthorli payThopreferredBy order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court A WORLD WIDE REPUTATION Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Las a world wide reputation for Its cure It never falls and Is pleasant pad safe to take For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists Stanford NEWS NOTES Tbo price of anthracite coal has jumped to 80 a ton at Indianapolis pubushercity A circus performance woe recently given In the penitentiary In Jackson MichFrank Jones was acquitted of tbo murder of Alex Fugate In Letcber countyT Anglln tbo noted Lexington trotting horse breeder aged about 70 Is at Hamilton 0 destroyed prop erty worth In the neighborhood of 1210000 Three men were killed by a premature explosion of dynamite on the East Alabama railroad The next meeting of tho supreme lodge Knights of Pythias In 1004 will be held In Louisville Charles L Fair paid 112000 for the automobile which killed him and his wife near Paris France Fire did 175000 damage In the Pike Opera House building at Cincinnati It was caused by a cigarette Tbe female teachers of Wetzel coun ty W Va will organize a union to demand and Increase In salaries Grand Bxalted Ruler Cronk of the B pO E has mado Mr R W of Louisville a member of his cabinetHerbert E flllf of Boston who kill ed his sister and assaulted his mother has been adjudged Insane and commit ted to an asylum Samuel Hughes committed suicide at Muncie Ind because ho felt that he was not good enough for the woman bo was about to marry Tbe sugar planters of Mexico have formed an association to head off a spec ulative group of buyers who sought to control the Industry Watkln Newman a well to do farm er living near Jefferson City Tenn was murdered and his home plundered and burned by robbers John M Gerard a Bowling Green undertaker has been adjudged of un sound mind He conducted 3d funerals In 31 days and collapsed under tbo strain James J Hill estimates tbo earnings of tbo Northern Securities Company at 8150000000 for the year beginning July 1 This exceeds last year by 121000 000The miners and operators of tbo Jel llco district have reached an agree ment on the wage scale which Is ad vanced a cent and a cent and a half a ton Attorney General Taylor of Indiana has decided that tbe governor has no right to Interfere in boxing contests but tbat tbe local police of cities must control them Gov J C W Beckbam and cxGov W O Bradley have accepted the Invi tation of tbo Typographical Union of Lexington to deliver addresses In that city on Labor Day Chicago detectives are at Fordsvllle working on the case of J H Boatner and A B Schlletzbaum accused of conspiring to defraud the American Express Company of 129000 Tho St Louis Terminal Association comprising all tbo railroads enterlrg St Louis has decided to spend between t4000000 and 5000000 In enlarging terminal facilities In that city An association has been formed to promote the building of a shortcut highway from Chicago to New York reducing the distance from 037 miles to 850 miles and Improving tbe road Tbo American Tlnplato Cos plant at Elwood Ind closed down because of a shortage of orders Two thousand em ployes who had previously accepted a reduction In wages aro thrown out of are Investigating tbo supposed attempt to assassinate Robert E Pattlcon Democratic candidate for Govenor of Pennsylvania He received a mysterious box believed to contain gunpowder and nitroglycerine The Indiana Board of Health reports smallpox In 00 counties Thus far this month 570 cases and two deaths have been reported In July there were 502 cases and 15 deaths Tho board pre diets that the scourge will last many months In view of the Increase In tbo number of suicides tho Rev Dr W F Lloyd In a sermon preached In Louisville suggested as a remedy that Indignities bo shown the bodies of all suicides Be also advocated Imprisonment for those who try selNdcstructlon but fall Col W A Bempblll ono of the most men In Atlanta Is dead Ho founded the Constitution of which be was business manager for a number of years and later president was president of the Interstate Cotton Exposition In Atlanta and was Mayor of Atlanta ono term CommlulonerYorltel the Inter nal Revenue Bureau has directed that Immediate stops bn taken for the collection of tax on profit and loss ac counts of banks trust companies or private banks under the war revenue act of 1893 The amount to be collected will approximate It is said 1300000 rOii f Y== 1 rave You Been Waiting 1 1for a chance to buy a good suit cheap JI- l lfl jIfso now is the time M fancyX151 m 9 Iin2 vfjjift IT PAYS TO TRADE ATM 1 iJ THE GLOBE Repairinglll4 Your money back It youre not satisfied T D MILLER Danville KB 1 t43J yCnVVi NOTICE To Country Merchants HHlHHIHHiKHIHIlll ClothingandGentsper cent on the dollar Terms 30 to 00 days Call on us before buying Men of Stanford and vicinity should READ THE FOLLOWING Mens shoes worth 350 at 250 Mens shoes worth 175 at 125 Mens shoes worth 150 at 98c Mens 500 suits at 298 Mens 750 suits at 448 Mens 1000 suits guaranteed tailormade 650 Mens 1200 suits go at 750 Mens 1500 suits well finished guaran tee fit tailormade special price 925 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c now at 19c C Rosenstein Be Co STANFORD KY r Superior Grain Drills I ISpecial Features Both wheels drivers solid steel frame each disc and draw bar independent improved spring pressure v The King of the Field It has Imitators but no equal Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now On Craig ACC Hooker T1rNFORDI a1ticdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration- It is a sure euro for the odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without injury to2health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by WeB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKYi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON j W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commissioner to- W tbe District iublKt to the wilftf the democru H H HENNINGER 01 WIT a County Is a csndMale for Stale Tress urer t to the action of the Democratic rAtty ROBERT HARDING otllaS Nadfilidsle AIr arfliit Judgela Jct to tbnof the Dcwomtk rattj CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer la a fnhdhlsto tw Cni nwealths At lorntyin tile SlUt dln dktrtgatt- o the action orUrt party Per OongrMt G G GILBERT Of Sbeibv THE DISTRICT CONVENTION There thls Issuo of the INTERIOR JOCRNAL a full and autheo tic publication of the proceedings of the democratic committee of the 13th judicial dtstrlotat Ita meeting la DaD vllle on the Oth Inst A few plain and well meant observ- tloni about the character of the resolu tlons adopted by a majority of the com mlttee may not be out of place As everybody knows who knows the INTERIOR JOURNAL at all It la a demo cratlo paper which bas without varl acton or shadow of change In Its poor way nod narrow circle supported ihe s organization and advocated the dUc place of Its party fa politics it Is nothing If not regular It perceives 00 reason for a change of course It perceives many reasons for contlnuln that course and not one reason aJalDet that continuance These facts aod they are facts entitles It we modeulyI think to speak out in meotin wlthou suspicion of Improper motive or pui pose What we have to say is in tbe Interest of the party If we commit blunders as all people and all parties do It Is quite foolish to whllewasl them or to shut our eves that wo may not see them Rather let us correc them in our own household instead of persevering in tbem or offering thor aa example for future following In this meeting of the district con mlttee alt appears from the proceed loge Mr Warren of Lincoln offered a resolution providing for a primary election As a substitute for tho Warren resolutlon Mr Robinson of Oar rard offered a resolution calling for precinct conventions county coarse tlons and a district convention thret separate conventions before the party can do what It wants to do Mr War rena resolution was defeated Mr Rob insona was adopted This wo submit in good temper was very improper ac tloo It was wrong in principle It was error in polities It Is liable to fall of practical execution from the very nature of its tangled Intricacies No ono can truthfully deny that the sentiment of the democratic party Ic this district very largely favors a prl mary election No one can truthfully deny that the voters of the democratic party In this district are just as capable of selecting their own nominees as are tho delegates to a quarterdozen con ventions No one can truthfully deny that it le more convenient to the voter to bave the whole day to go to his vot lag place to cast his vote for the man of his choice than It la for him to rush to a precinct meeting precisely at two oclock and vote for delegates to a county convention No one can truth fully deny that in the primary method each member of the party Is given a chance to be beard not intermediately but directlythe old democrat and the young the farmer and the merchant the miller and the mechanic the boys in the trenchea and the picket on duty the able bodied and the infirm all of them and each one of them given the whole day to go quietly from his place of business to his voting place and there record his vote not for a dele gate not for somebody who mayor v may not reflect his will but for the one whom ho desires to be made tbo noml nee of his party This la democratic It accords with democratic principles and democratic usage Democracy means government by the people and 1whenever it is practicable for the peo pie to speak directly as they always do In popular election it Is undemocratic to take from them that privilege The convention or rather the system of conventions as ordered by the majority of the committee Is the most complex that could have been devised Every stage of its progress Is a step removed from the people FIRST Precinct conventions shall be held precisely at 2 oclock p M on Dec 6th a day which it may be in ferred from the advanced season will be Inclement The voters must stand out in line until all the lines are counted There are already five announced candidates for commonwealths attorney and two for circuit judge There are thus seven lines to be formed Tel- lerst must be appointed to count and recount these llnea and all the while the voter must stand In place t9await the result of this necessarily tardy action If the day should be a characteristic December day the old man and the in firm man are barred from participation But assuming that the weather is pleal ant and the democrats are out In force what then Mark you They do DOt vote for a candidate but for some ODe who shall In another convention vote for some other person who shall In Itlll another convention proceed to make nominations If that be domocra then the INTERIOR JOURNAL thoulb it has been in the service 30 years bas yet a lesson to learn Look for a moment at the practical working or lack 6f working of this cumbrous macblne Each precinct is entitled to 1 delelate for every 100 omocratlo votes and fr- tlon over SO For Illustration we v III assume that Danville preolnot No1 Iii entitled to three delegates to the OOUD ty convention In selecting delegates a convention always selects delega who agree with the majority of tbe convention that Is the majority dool the naming of the delegates Tbls must be and is so elso the dele ate might bolt his Instructions How Is Danville precinct No1 to go about Its work The task would be easy if there was only one otllco to make oomIDa Lions for But there are two otllces tv Itb two candidates for judge and live lor commonwealths attorney Those tbree delegates would bo for ouo of tbeso candidates for judge and against tbe ther But is it within the range of probability that thoae three dele ate8 selected primarily because they all candidate udge ayor one particular should all personally be for ODe artlcular man out of the live announ- id for commonwealths attorney Aod Is It not still more Improbable tbat hero three delegates selected because of partiality In the judges race should occur with the majority of the can entlon in its choice of common wealth ttornej How will these matters be djueted There cancot be two or sets of delegates One set must In tbe quite reasonable contingency which Is opposed represent conflicting Into eats among candidate a conflict amoo- bemsclves and a conflict between iemelvcs and the convention whlc ppolnted thorn Out let us asaumotbat the Imposilbl bas happened and that those delegate are appointed without friction to COUDI ty conventions The countr convec tloDs then proceed to appoint anotberI set of delegates to a district conventloi wblch makes the nominations Andc here there Is a likelihood In truth a most a certainty of the same kind ofI trouble which Occurred in the preolnc inventions For Illustration GarrardI couoty has seven delegates sf3veowlll be for a particular candidate for judge and so instructed But Is It a all likely that those seven delegate wtU be unanimously for the same OD for commonwealths attorney aDdI If this unlikelihood should prove true Is It conceivable as a probability tbatI thOie seven delegates who are almostI Iraouloualy unanimous for the lame mao for judge and the same man for immonwealtha attorney should be- In perfect accord with the sentiment tbe county convention as to nominee lor both onicce or that in their per sODal predilections they should reflect- tbe will of the Garrard democracy Plainly stated this plan of the com mlttee makes the race for common tsaltha attorney a game of chuck a luck There Is less certainty about It- thao there is In a game of draw poker- We might as well throw up with wet or dry or draw straws to get the will of the people as to expect to get it bv- this system of political machinery tbe race for commonwealths attorney Tbe difficulties of the situation will multiply as we endeavor to put the wbolly Impracticable plan of the com mlttee into operation Seriously we- lear It will breed confusion and trouble because ot its own inherent Intricacy lind difficulty of fair and just execution We refrain from saying anything about- tbe UOLDEN the DIAMONDPOINTE- Dportunlty it affords to defeat the will ot tho people by questionable methods Eaoh move we make to observing tbe- order of the district committee takes u farther from the people Rae It- come to this that the servants of the mocratlc party are afraid of the- source ot all power Is It possible thaI- tley are ashamed or distrustful of the- vIrtue and intelligence of the rank and- file of democratic voters Do they tblok- that the safety of our principles the npactnees of our organization are- better guaranteed by the action of ddlemen than by the action of tbe- voters themselves If such be true ntlemen of the district committee haul down your flag Change your- party camel Rebaptlze and recbrlstcn the old organization Call it the all- gucblc party Instead of the democratic a parting word allow this unpre tentlous country paper which bas- Dever sulked or faltered In a contest with the foes of any party to remlod- you of a known fact known to you as it la to us that we have a vigilant ao- astute political enemy watching our maoeuvers on the field of battle It we- sbould make a serloualy bad move- there is great danger that our ceoter- wlU bo broken A simple folly we may- survive If added to that folly there be a popular conviction that a fraud II- medItated we had better begin to dig our cyclone cellars aTofflipEDITOR Mt Vel- oon Signal ta making a continued tory of his writeup on his trip with the Keotucky editors on their annual out IDg and it Is a most interesting one WE learn with regret that Mr Joho H Grimes has retired as local editor of the Harrodflburg Democrat Ho Is a One gentleman a graceful writer aod a born newspaper man Really we dont see how Dr Dobbs is going to getaloDIr without the valuable services of 1 and LANCASTER Miss Tommie Francis has beJtuo teaching the public echool at ntlocb Little Val Cook eon of W R Cook fell from a fence Sunday and broke ao armTbo Ladles Aid Society holds Its noxt weekly mealing with Mr W Mc JohnstonThe store rooms on Dan vllle street have been much Improved by a now coat of paint A lecture coureo has boon preparod for this winter and the beat of tulsa II promised lovers of oratory Rider A R Moore still draws good crowds at Hubble and expects to con tlnuo trio revival through tho week There lea petition being clrculntod to submit tho matter of local option again to the voto of the Lancaster peo pie W B Burton sold eight mules to Hudson Bros of LouUvllle at from 8S6 to 8125 Ho also sold the same I1rm a saddle borne for 9125 Miss Jennie Parks of tho Paint Lick vicinity gavo an entertainment MOIl lay evening In honor ot Misses Abbott of Shelbyvllle and Pugh of Vane burg J L AmsSen of Versailles vice resident of the Kentucky Sundt School Anoclatlon delivered a lectui lore Sunday afternoon at the Baptist hurcbBurnett i Shugara the shoo and lothtng firm recently dislodged by tbe firo have sold their damaged steak to II Richmond house and have retired lrom uilnosa Dr T C Armstrong died at his bome In DryantavHle Friday ot kidney trouble and the burial followed Saturday ifternoon In Lancaster cemetery Be- was for 60 years a leading physician J C Robinson is on a business trip to Kansas City Mr and Mrs D N WIlliams of CampbalUvllli are guest f W I William Dr H G Sandlli was called to Lexington by the lllneii f his mother The Garrard County Medical Society will be entertained next Friday eva nlog by the Paint Llek doctor and tile towing physicians will hirnUh tbe rograra Ors Steele Bally Stanford Idham Klrkavllle and Wm Bamett aooaster T S Blkln bought of James Clark several heifers at 3ta a belter from B4 Clark at same price a cow from Wm earley at 3e and fat hogs trots Mr Goooh at 6o Klktn it Morgan have ought of Dr Owsley 30 hogs at Bfc and 16 ot G D Boone at Ms also 10 ol Wm Boone at same figures The S E Ky 0111 Gas Co composed chiefly of Lancaster stock bold- er5 contluuea to make investments In- tbe oil lands of Knox county rapt lerndon and T W Burnett have jut owed a deal for a tract of land on Lit- tie Rlohland Creek and In the Imme dlate vicinity of the Wage farm Circuit court opened here yesterday nDd the clerk reports the following docket Old equity eaves OS equity appearances 04 old common law cases H- Dew common law cases 12 old Commonwealth 41 new Commonwealth 120 There are several trials for larceny but none at this court for murder or anslaughter rCHURCH MATTERS The Christian Observer has bought tbe Southern Eyftogellst Rlshop Morrison will hold Kentucky inference at London Sept 3 The Christian church State conven tlon will be hold at Glasgow Aug 2226 J W Hughea announced that be has added a school of oratory at Asbury liege Judge J P Hobson of the Kentuoky court of appeals practices what ho preached at the National Tlthcra Con ress It is the rule of his life to con trlhute to church purposes onetenth of- bls Income from labor In secular gelds king DO exception In the matter of a 125000 feu received In the case of Hardin VS the L S N railroad In- that and several other respects Judge Bobeoo differs from certain candidate for governor who explained tbat he was and politically but- not practically a prohibitionist vllle Times mall Farm For Sale I deslro to tell privately my place of acrel near bead 0 Greek two- houlee and good outbuildings Good orchard Twelve acres In corn Una MOLLIE CRAUTIIM Shelby City Ky Farm for Sale farm of 187 acres three mllos from Hut toDvllle on llradfordsvlllo pike for anted dwelling and splendid outbuildings lIemp and tobacco land B Cover Hus tODvllle It- yFARM FQR SALE avlng concluded to quit farming I will leU mY farm of 155 acre on llnitonvllle Mlddleburg pike 2 miles from HnstonvUle Farm Is in a state of cultivation well watered and II Improved with new dwelling of 8 rooms U a good building a large tobacco barn a lt barnc Considerable part of this land is vlreln soil JOHN McDNIEL Kldds Store Ky P S I will sell entire stock of goods at lie place Good stand to sell goods ii i sYJtt VVX i isiS i si ii iiJ VVV 0t 0ej 7 x H i i e e ei yea t 0 tlsAe i s e fa ea i f j The Grand Leaders Iforr tCut Price Sale 1i its For One week the fdllnwiii iricon will he in iflwt at this ffe 1- MisLa k them over tanfuUv Ye want your trade and will lave you tia- mousy item Kemembor our location v ou every i s All 7J and Sic Lnvrns new pattern cut to 6 touts e All 10 and1c Ijnwns new patterns cat P1 84 tinto Summer a beta ont to pie 800 walking liati to cloto out for the em i son worth f rout 7Bp to SI 60 choice 30e t I adios 26c vests this week lOc Ladies 800 fancy hose 25e v New belt plus Avnrth 80o 61noW ii Mens fine unlerw mitt gnnncnU rhea fine hoer worth SltO cut to 81 IadiiM fino sho a worth 8225 cut to 8160 l Black poli h Baby Elite nt He box es ti The Grand Leader Oe 1 i Hays Levy Props S B Levy Manager 1 f yuYj u N S U i e6 1 1 f S e I S e 0a a ee s l Jr H BOONE CO Proprteton Livery Feed And Sale Stable IIrttees Old Sued Depot St STPHFORO KY New end Stylish Turnout at lteawoable Rats Special AltenUo to Travel leg Ma rhone No M T1ABER UND FOR SALE la order to saute the paruershlpbudeip- o1 JoiiB naala Jr red C s r liactstbKUdl it last Ileccnber will toil STM eiw of timberland IB Atialrroun bfotD Na kv WIIiwet of 1s ad U claw to mo ot Wayr ooBBtT rod M exceedingly welt i alia for Mtncaltur l pur bo 1 ot land Is IB one sad n b argala otsom oM Fur Mitlealar apply to 0 OOULTKK kllddlehrg Ky Or to E H lUHln Harrodib r or Oscar- Scala Paalknvr Ky J L Beazlev S Co Undortnkors Embalmors nndI iUODZAlBMI Furnlture3lntUug Rugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR RENT I dMire to rent my property eltceled Sowaret street H tows canals of dwelling of Sawn rooms besM Ulfcclion and servants ream sad Ie oe1 tar smoke lce chicken hose coal boIIH end n gooI sMbU an4 10 acres of land- kydranta em In tile yard and ODe for tocl well ctatcrii com near the door for Sad la oa ropalrJAS I RAlL1eY Farm ForSale Having concluded to quit I will sell arm ol Its acres OB MUIaJRevlll and StAnford plk It Is In pod state ot wet cultivation very ImprovetavntA watered with never falling boat neighborhood In Lincoln county For further call on or write to W A Pettus Mllledgevllia Ky Dr P W Loftons fARM FOR SALE It Is located In the Wc t End of Lincoln ounty Kyon Stanford and MllledReylil pIke live miles south of miles east of HustonTlUe coven whine welt rf Stanford and two miles eust of MorolanO a station on 0 8 H U SaId farm contain t55 acres of fertile binogran land all of except about 10 acres andhlch Is In grass baa upon It two sets of Improvements really two farms In one being In one con Inuou body but susceptible of division 1roDt part of term has upon a large two tory brick residence containing 8 rooms twoltory veranda In front large wostory porch on nut end house a large dry ellar This residence Is surrounded by and forest trees and withinevergreen yard of On south portion of furn hero U a frame cottace rooms barns etc Upon entire premlsesfttbore are four good barns and other out Ice house a houses mlldlDgs Mao two good orchard cistern well etc Forty acres In sugar tree wood and The entire farm Is under fence ard well watered by spring pond and- ranches running through It One of the arras above mentioned is 02 by no feet 30 feet and tiered for tobacco immediate neighborhood roads ship ling advantage schools etc are good and acatlon desirable Terms of vale will be made liberal The farm will be offored to two of 100 and 154 acres with Improve tents on each lot and as a whole If not sotd privately will bo offered for sale pub 1902 at 230 m 11111 ept A W LOOAN Moreland Ky J Paxton J 8 Carter CWMrons talent JeHtlwr OxfiU worth 178 sub fin 110 jCjT Man flue all wool limit worth 276 eut I t fell weak I 110 l Maos fine 111 wool Arta wroth 2T5 for V i 11 this week 100 Boye long haute Row patterns worth 150 f i VVgo at soc bleua and Boys late at prices that will make you our customer Slene flue Clay worMed salty worth liCO I OUr price 850 lllMens tine slice worth 200 our price 126 per pair Vi le S I Ca 00 eea of and lots I nnd set what we have birthday wedding gilts IIfin Our now socctton of innuy suggestions to pn ftiul lYionds in Jewelry I SllTorv ro nnd Cut Glass Vntches and Clocks Etc I I We H MUELLER r Prescription Security If you knew all the fiut aleut our pro rriition lci rUurDt your pretcriptioue would come hero even if our prirnt were high which they newr are If you knew the measure wa take to iMStire Ute purity Httil VtuhcMM of our dreg if you wen flmilktr with the mfeguank we throw about the flinty poutMiiiif Rwl THrkwi other methods jleewhiir to this More you ouuhl not help having entire eonlmm in site ncctimey of any prescription we put up To Have Mleh wrrwe to feel tleil worth something andit esslI nothing extra Pennys Drug Store First National i Bank Of Stanford Kv Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This mtltatton was originally sUMIshwl as the Deposit Danf of U UM tlMR reorganised the NnUosial llnatc M Stanford la ISM and again reefganiMd M the First National llaik at StMtenl In 18M IiaTlae had practI any aa abat r rnpted ezUtnoc for i rre IIrppl- ied with faellltHp for treiMA t sinew promptly sad well than ever- before lo Its lung and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTSjCAPITAL STOCK 80000lDirectors D llEOwsley II Shanks WO Walker Ceol W tide I as Cor Successors to The Farmers Dank Trutt Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Stanford II Kri I V Officers t J 8 IIOOKBR Prest J J MoUOURUTS Cbr W H WBARBN Ilkpr l Directors F 1114 Uaeola Oo 3 T llarrta UooHn Co J8 Hooker Uaooia 00 W P YValfaM Unoola 00 J It ONlterObOrctard- f U Wore Stanford S II Itaachmao Stanford T Illll 8tnfrdJas Hoblnnou Hubble I II Ilauchtaan Stanford W I Tate Stanford i f iOfficers s H SHANKS I President J D OWSLEY Cashier W M DIUQHT Asst Cashier i CARSON PENCE u J DEALERS IX Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wago s Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on handand are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes I r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 STANFORD KYAu 10 1002 In ailing your prescriptions we use thooxctprapordonenot do better If yon paid us double tho price which U always remooablo Pen CV a Drux Store PERSONALS MAYOR A B Ftx RBVcn down with fever MR AND MM J M WARts attend ed tbe Lexington fair DORACB BttowM wet to OlnolnonH yesterday warning loins J A BfiM teal down from DlutonmetNlayMn Of ferry III with Mr Ltu Myers JOHN LCTHB and Cbarlli Lines the Lexington fair 4was J II GRADY of Colombia II her sister Mrs C A Jot ORN to tho wife of Mr ft O Dud of the Gilberts Creek eootlon a girl MISBBS MIHJB LCTBS and Katharine Wllcbor were callars at tali bfllao yesterday MRS ANNA D VANARAUALN of Qarrodsburg It with Mrs U J Mo Roberts Mn M O MYATT of Birmingham f Joined his wlfo at Bid Joseph Dallous j SaturdayMiss Li1 McOLARY jpentsovarol days with Miss Florence Lnekey at- PftlBt Lick r It C SAUFLKY was down ram lit rea Sunday to MM a eighty pretty 0 BosutY who has OMO ladrIweather ogalu- MIMM for several days Is lit YIIIL AND IIOBSKTA o1 lUKjtoN will go M llredbead today to remain during the faIr MINE ELLA MAY 6A1DIIIIII of Stan i whCMitwKS KATIIKKIKR Awl SARA UAUOHMAN are baok from a vials to friends at Danville and ether points lUv S M LOOAN of MUikksUro and Mr J V togas ol Paint Lie k were gelte at Jade M O SaoHeve- OR n R HOCHIOAM eI Mart o etaso up Saturday to nee bli wife aed otolMroa who are at Mr H C Rap toftMJM Ftotu WMITTIMOTOK el Lw Uvtitt Is oendltic alas wsjtlc with her relative MlH Aana Reid at Ileatoe Ttlto MR AD MRS RrM LOOAN n tarned to Louisville yeMerday their too Robert Wee well eooveh to make ISM trip MR GBO CMAXCKLUM son of Mr H Chase llor of Walt Iftauts learn lag the dreg bttstaMs latter John S Wells Adrooato- MiM SUK ROUT after a very de llghtlul months vacation with tbe horaefolks returned to her post at LouUrlllo Sunday Mn WILL ADAMS of Bubanks was a substantial caller at this olUooyestbr day Do brought his niece Mlle 0 Wllltains to the institute MISSBB LILLIR Moons and Leila Montgomery of Liberty and Daisy nibbles of Knoxvllle will spend tho week with Mrs Kd Wilkinson MRS W P WALTON and ohlldran of Loxlngton and Mrs J S won and daughter of Danville are visiting tbe family of lion J S Owsler at Walnut Flat MISSES MAROARBT AND IDA KINO of tho West Rod entertained a t nlghw since In honor at their RUtms MlM Alibis Lalee of this plane and Rev W O MMt o Mry of Adair MOBS SALUH QRBBS has aeeeptod a position as bead nurse la the new hot pltal at Gutbrla MlM ones Is a sis ter of Mrs J IS Cars and Is a train ed nere well quailed to fill the posi Lion tendered her Perry O T t Now LOCALS IFItRSII cakes and crackers Gca H Farris A Co TnussnSAII kinds and Low est prices Craig ft Hooker READ tho Balacad of Mrs S I Goddard admx in another column TUB fiscal court addresses an open letter In this Issue to road overseers generaIv OAUOHT Joo Moore charged with killing Ali Jewell at Mulling Station In Rockcastlo was arrested yesterday and placed In jail at Mt Vernon MACK WILLIAMS tolls us that bo has bought a photographers outfit and will start on tho road taking picture alter doing comb photographic work In town A CAnDIt has been circulated that drummers had no where to go when they camo to Lancaster Wo wish to correct this and say that wo have for I seven years accommodated a great many traveling nice and still desire to do so Wishing to thank the drummers and all of our friends for their liberal andpatronageMrs U D Simpson props tel Lancastcrit REMEMIIER tho Liberty fair next week Rings for everything and liberal premiums and purses TILE Hustonvlllo aeo ball team came down Saturday afternoon end defeated tho Stanford club 10 to 16drafTilE Crab Orchard band which is a rising musical organization will make music for tho Barbourvllle 28ATGCarpenterpresident THR Boyle County Teachers Insti tute Is la Meslon at Juaailon OILY wit Prof M O Winfrey formerly of tbls place conductor I afterooonblewhouse at Gab Orchard and two ve hielM la ll were considerably wrecked COALNow Is the time to fill you ooal houses beyouty of ooal cheap for gash J HBaugh man Cc- WANTRDflvarpbody to como and pay tbo doctor lie needs his money and must havo It lie oant live with out it Smiles compliments and pro erastlnatton do not pay tbe doctor M D WE woro In error coaoernlag tho date of tho conventions to nominate a republican candidate for Congress willbevantlon Sept 8 at Xiebolasvtlle BADLY HURT AtrVI bloWQfrOlD brokenInsilo Doctors fear that Mr G Is other wise Injured theOntrallysenre options on that class of property ere tbe owner Is ooeedlogly anxlcmi NIl or Is forced to sell and thereby Mcure a low price on same and hold oiltome Inducement to bujrors Read their list carafully aad see the batataoffered p BAD WRICK A broken flaace oa oar ot tiM aNt eeoUoa of night M eaated 14 care M fan the traok dlla11DI1xhone KllCht of the eaw which wire loaded with trope sugar eta were re defied to ipiloMrs and many of tbe liplerTUB Brodbead fair bocins toroorr lecad bate over Friday Everything Informs arelIatterlnlhalf tore rata the hotels only charge aroIngood time for a very small outlay of moacyt Go 0rn BARNES begun his meeting at tbe courthouse Sunday night when a good crowd heard excellent discourse He will preach DroDoroosIs In splendid health and looks bettor than bo has for years His friends aro making his stay at his old home here as pleasant as It Is in their power and many a hearty handshake Is clTon the good evangelist edmost delightful erowd that has gathered at Crab Orchard Springs in years Is there now and they are being given the tat of the land byManager Joe B Willis Had his excellent wife Tbe fare able year surpasses all previous efforts and the 160 or more guests do not re quire appetisers to make them do jue rice to what Is set before them A splendid band of tin please from Lex ington furnishes music at hops whole and enliven things at other times of day and night Lots of pretty girls are there and as beaux aro In tho minority Crab Orchard Springs is tho place of all places for young men just now aro a JamesEBlack mite and daughters of Darbo vlllo Congressman G G Gilbert SbelbyvllloMluyoung ladles from NIcboIasville T T Covln ton wife and daughters Mrs dauJbtorMIM Peyton and daughters Kaoxv file Dr Ncandor Woods Bcd family Louis ville James B Bennett and family Madison W A Morrow and family bLewistonio Texas George W Edwards and family Porryvlllc Wm IL Lucas and family Kansas City Mrs Mansfield LoulsvllloI oAireC Allow Harrodaburg Religious servlzea are held twice each Sabbath when Dr Ncander Woods ot the Sec coal Presbyterian church Louisville singlethese gat all of the guests taking part FRESH rolls and bread dally T Willis CI G toe eye Latest styles In frames Craig Becker a Chattanooga plow for light t and good work Geo II Farris Co I WILL sell publlely Saturday Aug tho traction engine which has been In the avenue on the Murphy MurphydJoseph Price Infirmary will open again Monday Sept I he seventh kethly Professional bills due when s vibes are rendered and must bo wl promptly neTBACHKR INSTITUTC Institute opened at 10 yesterday devotional ex orokce bring conducted by Rev Wro bboaer means the music will exceptionally floe T11 Hughes was obosen secretary n splendid seine ilea Superintendent Garland Single ton In a few well chosen words deliver ed the yesfastruotorton was introduced who made a One Impression on tbo teachers in his talk of an hour Prof Caisldy is one of tho leading educators of too State and this will be one of tbo mot successful stitutes conducted in Lincoln county I years The following teachers answer PhilIIphrey Battle Green Mlssoa Ha Ran Kin Myrtle Hughes Stella McClary DunaaDoahlava Onldwell Lulu Hleks Annie MoKee Lena Powell Afar Wilson Georgia Newborn Llale Pe we Laura Dye Lulu Hopkins Final Spears oils Jonwoo Bottle Brook Annie Gooob Lena Griffin Bertie Gooob Ora Williams Essie Buret Kate Biala Minnie Eobanks Alice Rail Sallle Worley Messrs D C King J J Durham M E Pruitt W White Jacob Elder James A Ja s Chapped M Mnlllns Charles Durham Wm Glbbt Elmer Gilbert Eu gene Ooooh S M Young Walter Scott L H HugbM K G Martin na Luasford Edgar Goooh The f lowtag are the aoamltt s appointed avhKtulfMmeat EMle Bureh Georgia Lewis L It RNOONTbelnsmute opened at 190 Alias Myrtle Hughes highwy eetertalaed and Instructed by a eple did address from Instructor Caesld subject Tbe Minds Powers Prof Cuwldy Is an able and forceful speaker and his anecdotes and humorSua seldc tlons thrown to at opportuno times render his talks doubly interesting IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Col D L Moore of Mercer lost a big stoak barn by fireoMrs Hattie Robertson Is dead in thhiegates heron In Mercer and saver ally shocked his family Will Goforth white and Ance Ron fro colored were killed by a live elec tric wire near Plnevllle nryantsvll1eIsgrown children survive him Don Bolllnger of Bcrea loll from DurnldcadlttaDeedoubtful GravolSwitchot money and merchandise They boxed up tbe plunder and prepaid tbe night to New York but the sheriff of Marlon county captured both thieves and booty placed the men la jail and returned tbe property to the owner MATRIMONIAL Gibson and Miss Cora Sto andeloped from Mlddlnsboro- Emcrcon Leslie 70 and Miss Mary trycH Kash of Munch ea AttornerSam eeta Johnson of Clin ton warn married Sunday BDLake neighborhood were married at emiteJames A Stout was taken to tho asylum at Lexington Saturday for treatment after a trial for lunacy P Woodcock bas sold hla march RoahraMte p t Tho otllco work will be la charge of Mr Price Advocate Boatncr and Schlltzbaum who fig robberycoal000 at ond each to answer for alleged con Tho pastor of the Christian at Washington Ind excused all worshippers during services In order thlotlitphi badly hurt in two street car ac in St Louts Tho republican county meetings tho Third district hue Instructed Moss for Congress The health of Charles M Schwab president of tho great stool trust Is shattered Ansll Davis was shot and danger ly wounded at Wllllamsburg ILAND STOCK CROPS ETC sold to Geo T Woods 40 ewes at 2Jc ID800pound 2001la aloJM J Ferris bought at Danvlila yes feedersat therichBeauvllle Franco buycottonprice R L IIubble 2t C Balloy lost by death a prowls thedDan Holman sold to a Garrard party boughtthemat Sic Milton Jonee has bought of W C McAleokeownAdvocate EndboulrbtgoodOn08Ferristerday yearIInl8W L McCarty sold to J S Goode atlromare mule for 8115 writetbatoldTbeyMoodaycountybuying mule cairn and yearlings and yearling horso colts W C Terhune 2t A steam harvester weighing 100 tons grainfromported at work la California on a 4000 acre barley field soldtopoundilnndfirm ciao bought 54 1190pound cattloat 6 S- OMatt Cohen of Richmond sold his toJaek850 Mr F Reid still owns the dam alesTbe top price on Montana wool for Dllllaneselling at lei oents All of tbe sales thatollot Tbe 50 cattle sold M the combination Lexlugtonaveralred 8260 for a cow T E Trlmnell 8210 for a bull and J F Kelly 8225 for a cow etc Tbe next sale will be held Nov 14 and 15 smallesttville yesterday There were about 150 oat le on the market cad most of tbem told Heifers brought 3c calves 31250 yoarllollH5o mules 840 to 8125 pool horses 850 to 8125 plug horses 815 to 835 Business gonoVally was exceedingly dull In btateiforbankruptcy lcAllbtorIlQnloruptcvthe chore named who hare beeli adjudged bankrupt In the above court will be held at Kynp m to Mutt a trustee for the estate of bUllulS5thuIn making proof of your claim state the court tbe style of the cause as per tititankrnptotherwise your claim cannot be allowed In nuking proof Qt claim it Is not sufficient apparp ear J Y SAUNflI1I8 Referee In Ragkruptcp PUBLIC SALE ON SATURDAY AUGUST 16 lees at 10 oclock a m on the premises I will sell to the highest bidder UH farm kmw as the Col Reuben Muoday farm sltast ofUlcluaOBdtbeAluddyacres with stood snlxUntlal dwelling ten ait house two cood hares all other neceMwry outbuilding with the best cave landIfsslIrttractsgiventOllltrcllller1001 onothlrd cash Imlnnco In bearInrat said farm before the sale will call on Mr James lIubbard the who will take pleasure la showing it to addressnig Salo of Stock Crop coal Farming Implement at Wild- wood on Wednesday Sept 3 IOO2 tbebomellacumiles soar of Harrodsburg Mercer county theWhones cattle sheep and huge consisting of n lot of mares with tall and young stock by oflCentucklLoraine a great prospect for a trotter also HerlIolledImplements etc of over 300 acres ti for rent privately and If not rented before will be ofwaleTerms of saleA credit of four months pallerandrelentanyremovedfromIOCuntil terms of sale are compiled with 11DinnerMRS S E OODDARD GoddardCapt adOueburg Kyu or B E Goddard Burgln Ky e r StylishiOur Prices are Right Ladles Oxfords at reduced prices to closo before the season Is over 1IIIJXcw styles in winter alioosj UfO arriving Come ill 8 Wand see them now and get potetod on what to lwysla I Cummins S McClary I f jw f48 ftCg ill fIII19 r tlli1 rl0 I Y If at Sie w i r Ifee If Ii iiNEW LOT HATS t s Latest styles In felt and crash J 1 i I 3 8 poTv light colors and tan These areIQ tis D the very newest things In the market ftpQa6 TERMS CASH apu w If H J McRoberts IIr 40 4 tJ f rIC f1IcttQ 9 at iR t aetoUt If 018 II 6 t J 9 60 f O i MS EimEim 1 m The Winding Up i1 m of our spring and summer busi ness presents an opportunity to 1 n our customers to buy summer goods See its for bargains I I Iof The Beginning I the fall season finds usuwith I earlyHficocs percales ginghams etc a StoreR r 4gfffr jffJ fL a 1 t = ooA CenturyFreezer r No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC JOHN BRIGHT JR CO IO L CARPENTER W O WITHERS Try an Elastic Felt Mattress They are guaranteed We sell the- mWlfhers Furniture Co f Lf f = THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford as tondclcJ maftt- rghabltuho5 uasdaym ndSsSdmp 11 S1 PER YEAR CASH When notoetldtD2OOWill beeh- argedIIhI KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ko 21 Train going North 1115 m Ko2 e II M23OmMo W It It 9authy 123sam No 23It c 1222 p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION t tnlm Nor5arrlraatStaaford115amKo 211fuel Stanford at I11 A 8 PRICE Dentist Stanford Ky Store In the Orll7UeBotwrtiDrai eoT r IiO BuUdlns R A JONES I DENTIST I Stanford Ky iiOfllcaover Higglns McKlnnoyVSton Telephone No 01 NEW LIVERY STABLE s w J3t1RXE to SN Prcrs JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstCla Turnouts It Reasonable Rates Attention to Trarellng Men Oraln and Hay For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as duotoineer to tho people of Lincoln County H- ewill please both In work price Write to hIm MONUMENTSPfUE pwbito flronxr I t tone to the monument bead sew business what the Improved drop method or machine 1s to theIng the car Is to the old stage coach It of the age It Is Is tho advanced thought Indestructible and will perpetuate the re resting place of ones ItUery beauttru1 wltb a irostedsllver ap warance tleaso hold your order until you can Investigate It C3 JC McWhorter Apt GRAB ORCHARD KY J+ GMccM1x UNDEBrr AXEBE3- IBALltIER And Dealear In- IIADNESSSADDIEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Speclallitiot LoaltTllle will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Wsdnssday and ThursbYI Sspl ICii Consult Dr Goldstein If you want superior glaase or spectacles to strengthen eyes- Otllcehouva0am to5pmpt- o u kun s E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exciflfl1 TITLE CO Stanford Ky Ledsoo- dct l l cbsebM fly 1rltetSiea- No 37acna5mlles from SI- fond m1l arm2 Ilouaol four gee room hack porch and I veranda Hood hara other buildings 1100 Cut la six Sells well tented 30 seen In eultlvitlon acre In fruit rune rest anS cnrommluloeersuleat Urjilnllouiht at bttoldtt bargain Close to cbunh soldfor I40 odLand adjoiningPrlc fM Jfr KIT JO This It a bargain No 81I0ul4I and lot In Stanford Hoas On talus Sve room flood stable and 5 seen of 1I0d well fenced One of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottage or 2 story front be built to the cottage aol be made a beautiful home Will be told cheap ai tbe mutt have moneyowner story fraiu dwelling 7 rooms ball and Teranda tlood gtrden fencing sod bouw In good repair For sale or ren Irtc reawnabti No 51I0ul4l and lot In Stanford Thieo room and front porch Uood garden sod stable Oood repair Will be sold chat Ko 7House sod lot In StantoN 15 itorle 15 rooms Uood garden smote and coal houses 0017 1300 o 8 Farm or 80 lone 2 i mile from Stan 2i acne In cultivation Myn r Tro ttImsmallgs wfll watered and fencing can I bought at your price a owner lIn a In ladlenpo Hi and must money No 9 A firm of 222 acre four mile from Sla ford on test plk the lOunl SUty acre In sod IOJIn ainnmotay6incloverwheat 40 corn In tine blueg aii la wit In lx Sells well eoMl well well and spring two poodattwodwelllogsgood barn and ou rood or milebuildings Fronts qurlen both dwelllags being on Ilenty fruit tl- sod ooougb timber to mske 6O tI Aplen Murcran farm and onlY 10 minute drive from tb oat Owner of tine farm adoinit tbrounty hat recently refutedl3oarsue We oeerthis t 1ST 50 por sere No IA a scree land with neee nary Imrroe nientt mile from Sunlord Dwelling has f rI rooms reread hall and porch Urge Urn moke boner etc We watered and fenced and bulldlogs 10 good repair I race reasonable No 12 Dwelling ofstx roomlb1I and pen- reccesaary oulwlldlllftS grotn large two story store room 25x00 teat lower room luppl Wtter In dwelling a ndnth x unten shelves etc storeroom also cistern and will on Small kt lackofitore Ono mile tlunlon1 lIulldlnJt1 nrool repair and dwelling orlgibally cot 1600 ind store once 1200 Will tell lath for 1850 or rill rent or tell teparttclr No 18230 acre firm 14 mile of Crab Urrha ly Urlck dwelling grooms two tenant houj wo harm well and spring near dwelling Farm 10 ilghttat of cultivation ISO sera river loOlIom and good fencing fruit etc lrlce 8730 an at- Ko 1ItOO one of land On Lancaster ttrect 1- 0erb Orchard oppoelte Springs In no 1111 rorenients except large stock bun abundance of tock water Prettiest building tile lu town 1M SOUOKo 18A nice cottage sad lot on Ltneast tenet Stanford 7 rooms good cittern etc Cod II loooNo In Madison toun- tK9 tulle South of and 2 mils o Klntloallag between Big mil turnpike and luddy Creek as the Col It N onda7 irm Frame bullhngs stock tams oulbnlldlnc 0 rleal of good water sad one of finest rue- ragln Kentucky In yard Beet stock furs In tbe county for the money Price 120 per acre No 17A farm of 164 acre near HuitonTlll welling of eight rooms ball teranda ete Or want Sonic stock bun Urge tobacco barn And- olher outbuildings Cistern and good well In b- Jrd end water In every field on the place Fan cut la loran fields and exit elau land No MFarm of tOO acres situated near Xlags lie Ky CO acre In eulllratlon 39 In nmbera two Rood barns sod otbi- atbullilogsgood repair Dwelling comparatlf 11 new Is 3UO yards oftbree churche boot t atofa and C 8 depot Properly line on- pike and county road and U the roust detlrab larm In that section Wt will tell the whole rann- tor 72 400 or la of not less than 30 acre to- ull purchaser This certainly cheap property No 53Farm of 75 acres near welling good barn etc Well watered fendi id buildings In iroducllre lira one land J0 good othborhood dOle to echo don good road lrlcel7 No MA farm of SO acre In Lincoln count Thrte good dwellings S good barns aad other oui illdlngs each house barn etc stout the cent ot 100 acre All on county road mile rolD mrcb school and pottotflce Lauell and r1I tend Thli Is a good tobacco front and woul ill two or tbrre families that might want lo come froto the tame neighborhood Price reasonable No atA farm of 101 acre In Casey county Kl One sod onehalf story dwelling six room good barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres 10 iltlrallon 4J acres In timber fruit trees el- oLI well on county rood dOOM to church hool etc Prlceonly l4iO NoMtt 01118 scream a Casey count Tro cry trim dwell In two good burns sod otber itbulldlngs In Splendid toUp bod and Ic 2ood community A bargain at Pegs No 87 Farmof 113 acre la Casey county Anew two story S room frame dwelling old relllng In lair condition Uarna and other oul illdlngs On county road splendid tobacco lam rfll watered two wells spring etc ThIs Is a de able home Price U CIO No 53 Fifty acres near Pleasant Point K Fume house 3 rooms and porch Barn and oth itbulldlngs Sscene In cultlratlon rest In tin bor Well watered too yards from pottoffictcho and church liyt well on pike and In good com unity Price KM We hare buyer for IV or 300 acre farm situate rrom one to three mile from town Also buyer ror out 100 acres situated from one to our mil- rolD town with or without improvements AltO I buyer for an 83000 to 110 000 farm close to town No 18 Four house and loll In Rowland y- Price 100 each No 19 P0 acres of land near Crab Orchard clipNo 20 Twostory bouse 9 rooms hallreranda 12rea splendid land adlotnlnglo Stanford lrop ert In good water and lights In house cll mat door Ueautlful home Price 11000 No2l Ifouseofenroomyporch out acre of- groualnd good stable One mile rom town lrlce fOO So 23 FSTO of IIS sera 5 mBa row Stanford Frme dwelling of 7 rooms 2lorchft 2 harms om og stable and wagon fried combined the othei an extra good frame with cattle sheds attached Uarn nepeclally arranged far curios tobacco Air beann1 smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard nciig In good repair Well watered 2 cisterns elc This farm h n occupied by a former own er 17 year and It well preereed and liuprured li In IIl1e of pottotfice mad school Rented ror Iw for rent and Is cultlrated In- rorn wheat tobacco and dour Title perfect Cod prtent owntr ts 500 as county records will hor tell for ti 600- foi 21 Dwelling of 4 rooms with 24 acres had- 1ft Moreland lord turn and necessary outbnlld IDP2 wells In rd splendid orchard and 2 urn In strawberries Immediate potIon Price two No 23 Farm of tOO acres near Crab Orchard Ner 2story frame dwelling of 8 rooms hill acd randa llarn smokehouse etc In good repair Well watered good orchard Cut in S Geld 20- lorN In wheal to acre in corn 8 In timothy rtIn great IMec S30 per orf- No 2e Frame hotel large rooms double nun- au hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom roallag street 30 feet trout hotel up stairs aulta i fordwelllDg 2 non cottages furnished ppor and painted trooms sod veranda each A- large bars en tame lot used as lirery stable 1p- nten Vacant lot adjoining 30 feet front by WO- eet deep All of this property ft In London Ky Lisa fnet attceoreomeonetomake money Iroprletor has refuted to rent property four UO rer- montb fln account of 111 wife iooly- reaaon for telling proprietor desire to exchange or farm In Lincoln county 3 acres of timbered land on Carpenter Creek In Casey county near Lincoln tell In- nut lOdtyi for f7- 5Dissolution Notice Notice Is hereby given that the Wayne 011 ft Gas Co will dissolve and go out bUll- oesl Persona having claims agalnif tho compallr will present them at once those owln the company must settle at once J W Lockrldge President O D Weathertord Sec 4 Tress w vd aaa uuswvs4 COL JACK AT SARATOGA Descants on Kentucky PoUtics And Tells of The Use of Firearms How about politics In your country asked a New York Sun reporter of Col Jack Cblnn at Saratoga A lectio quiet now sub a leotlo quiet but were preparing for next ycahd campaign for govaor Going to have a warm campaign I dont apprehend so sub I dontt apprehend so Tho State ot Kalntucl sub Is through with republican om elate and that boln the case decent folks can live and voto and have theIr Totes counted Thats tho eltuatli sub and I dont apprehend a very bot campaign Rape you given up tho Idea of got tins Gov Taylor back from Indlana1t Col Jack looked as if ho thought It could hardly be possible that a man In his senses would ask such a question He looked at tho correspondent for awhile and then fairly exploded Loave that curIn Indiana to live Well not by a d dfvlgbt The democratlo party of the Stato of Ien tucky will get that cur back to Kentucky legally and when wo get him there well try him legally convict him legally and bang him legally You heard what I am telling you sub Swill hong him legally If we dont Jet him from this governor of Indiana wo got him from tho next Tho ropub csn party will havo to give him up to us sooner or later But I should DoL wonder but therod bo a boll of a rut pus In that party before wo get him Get him though we will andwoll geL him legally Bos leading the lIfo of a cur and a vagabond Hoe sellln Insurance and practlcln law but ho haa not had an easy nights reat slnco he Caused Wm Goebel to be shot down at ny eldo We got the man who Ored tbe shot and gave hIm Imprlsonmoi or life Wo got Caleb Powers and rave hIm life Well got Taylor and hang himhang him as sure as there a God In heaven Ho brought tbopo mountaIneers to Frankfort tho tough est non In the Stato who never had hreo kinds of feed In their stomach atone tlmo befob and who nevah befo rank a drop of red whisky Ho brough hose men to Frank tort to kill Goebel and If necessary or If It happened to b9 handy to kill mo too Thats what aylor did and well hang him fob It- But mind you woll do It legally Wero you pretty well armed tba day colonel I believe I was sub I sometime irrya firearm In the Stato of Kaln icky but nevah outside of It novab suh But you know my son the know edgo of the proper use of firearms ID this country Is sadly neglected The art of handling and discharging fire arms ought to bo taught In tho public scbools like they teach the A B C Every boy and girl ought to know the art It Is a great and noble art sub If It were taught to our boys our army would bo mado up of men who would kat when they shot If It were taught to our girls they could defend them lives when their men wero away and clety would be purified and made healthIer and batter Col Chino was a great drawing card at tho Grand Union all the alternoon Native and visitors wanted to have a- look at tho man who by common re art Is a walking arsenal and who eats gun powder and swallows bowie knives WENT TO VISIT HIS SISTER A J Cottlngham went to Washington Count Ark to see LU sister anti while there was taken with flux dysentery and was very bad off lie decided to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diu rhoea Remedy and was so much pleased 1ltb the prompt cure which It effected that he wrote tho manufacturers ta letter In praise of their medicine Mr Dotting ham resides at Lockland Ark This remedy is for sale by Craig Hockcr ruggiiU Stanford The following is sent from KnoxvlUe In a peculiar way a story has come to lI fht which has no equal since tho day- tho alavo marl was destroyed here Jer 11 Logan the aged janitor of the Stato euprome court sold himself to Gerald Stuart clerk oftho court for 11000 For this sum he agrees In a written contract to serve and obey Stuart as- his legal master from now until the- Limo of his death JTbo origin of the unlquo deal li that Logan has lately found himself Involved In contain debts which bavo worried him a great deal- and to get rid of them ho sought this mothod of raising tbo ready money Tbo thousand dollars is to be paid aL- once Logan was a slave He la 60- years of age and has many white friends of the old regime henry L fihatiuck of Shelliburg la- was cured of a stomach trouble with wbleb he had been afflicted for years by- four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and- Liver Tablets He had previously tried many othct remedies and a number of pbyelcians without relief For sale by tug Hocker Druggists Stanford Ibo personnel of the Now Isthmian caDal commies Is said to bo practically settled Hear Admiral G Walker will Its reported bo reap polated chairman and the only new member will bo Senator Jas K Jones of Arkansas Gens Corbin Young and Wood wl1- bave apartments at hotel la Potent a WJK J PLEASANT POINT sunIdaypolntmont hero Saturday and Sunda Quito a crowd of young folks of this place attended tho religious services at Falrvlow Sunday evening Mrs Molllo Thomas and children of Harrlman Tenn are visiting relative horo Miss Magglt Router U going 10 Lexington soon Mrs G W Cummin was called to Pittsburg by the lllnciac her daughter Mrs Alllo Baeltn Nits Sissy Murphy and sister Susie arc visiting In Cincinnati and Ludlow Mrs Caroline Horton of Casoy bo been the guest of her daughter Mri Clara Murphy Mrs A C Grlllln Ie very 111 Miss Emma Routes Is visit log Mrs Fred Dunaway at Ewell Mil BIrdie Drown has returned from a vlsl to friends at Eubanks Will Dye wlfo and pretty little nleco spent the day at her fathers Sunday Misses Eva and Sella Leach of Lexington are vlsltlni Mr and Mrs G W Cummins and aro keeping house for their granduiothe while she is away Miss Ollle Browi Is visiting her aunt Mrs Pleas Rout en CURED PARALYSIS W S flatly P O True Texas writer My wife had been suffering ave year with paralysis in her arm wheat 1 was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Lin I moot which cured her all right I ban also used it for old sores frost bites am skin eruptions It done the work 25c 60c and U bottle at Pennys Drug Store The wife of a Methodist minter it West Virginia has been married three times Her maiden name was Part ridge her husband was named Rebln her second Sparrow and the present ones name Is Quayle There iro now two young Robins ono Spar row aud three little Quayles In the family The steady Improvement of the Lex ngton Democrat day after day glrrs to the friends and pat muchrloalure It Is onoot ncwslci aDd spiciest dallies that travels along our pike Somerset Journal Little gobs of powder Little specks ot paint Make tbo little freckle Look as It they aint The best physio Uhambcrlalns Stem ach and Liver Tablets Easy to take leissnt in effect For sao by Craig A locker Druggists Stanford w F Hi Dennis an actor committed Iclde at Peoria III with carbolic acid ACCIDENTAl The jury returned a verdict of sect dental death on the man who fell from- the window ledge on which be bad fallen sleep But the death vraa really due to carcicuneaa which made the accident poeslbleThere A- great many 11 ves sud denly tenor natexi u a result of- carelessnes although the medical cer tificate may read heart failureWhen man- takes chance wtLh his stomach and neglect the warningssymptoms of disease he if calamityDr Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enables the perfect digestion and awiml strengthItand removes bilious impurities from the blood I had teen troubled with a pta In lower of my stomach for three years so KTCTC I thought It would kill me In UmP write sir Aaron Van Dam g iiolh 6tChicago Ill I could hardly workTlt felt like a MrwiUht on me and got to bad that r had to take medicine I used 6lom eh BlUm for a time but 1t did no good to I wrote to Dr R V Pierce for advice which he gave me lm mediately I followed his direction need two hit medldne and wry cured I bad a torpid liver which was trnrbllne me Instead DC cramps u I thought to Dr Mejot told me I have pleasure In thing now hart gained In weight ij pounds since then1 Dr tierces Pleasant Pellets cure con pWhabitRAMS FOR SALE Pure Southdown Runs for sale Gall on or write to W II McKlnney Klddt Store Ky The Hill AcademyN- ext term begin September 1101 We ask for tho patronage of all who desire their children to have tho advantage of a firstclass thorough training Those who will not study are not wanted as they Interfere with the progress of others S M UANKIN Irlnclpal Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky bedsNewly furnished clean splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 FOX X LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on band and or sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager fa4 7 M Ike4ac Xs I JStanford Female College The 35th annual session of thU well known and popular Da and Boarding School for Girls will open Sept 1 For audross B J Pinkerton President Stanford Kctituclcy Il STATE COLLEGE Of KENTUCKY The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky otTer tk following courses of study viz- ARricultoral Horticultural Chcnlic l lliologlcftl Mitthomallcnl Physical Into niolbgleal Phyilologlcal Normal School Olnraloal Muchaiilcal Knclnrorinir Elco Ideal Engineering evi Hnjtlocerlolt anu Mining Engineering each of which IllaOttends over four jtnn and leads to a degree Post graduate courses of ittidy ate prodded faah to a matter ilegreo Kteli owirw ef nelly li orfanlzcH un tier a eeparaterlltilltl Tko general faculty number mace than 40 Itand i instructors Coun y Appointed receive tuition room rent In dgralrrle s fuel and lights and if they remain 10 watitha traveling expiwv The laboratories and mtiteunit sro large wrt Uf1t1IIped imprelien iTe ami molar The last and the preeaJinic UgUlaloren approprlalwd M000 fur a college botne aimMilitary Tout real lraduMe from thenv reI courses Mi initiHM and to supplytLast year was For cataloguer liethml ef obtaining polnloieiU Infornution regarding eonrtet of study and terms of admlaMon apply la JAmS K lTTKltsO X Ph D LL I ProsMent Or to D 0 K1UEI litulneii Agent e LrxtvuroK Kv- ICxnnitnntloMn begin Sept ti 1QO2 Fnll Term begin Sept 19 1QO2 1oniTakePillsbowels but regular action cannot he setnfei secretes enough bile to mane the Irtf tllethe execute their natural functions m l nat ural agitation caused by cathartus I compels continual anll Increasing doses to I attain the results r FIFTY CENTS PER rOT tS rMadison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky lleautlfully situated In the bloegrat Teflon Tine advantage that no other female college In the State afford Just elated ooe of the most anantful NaIoBtIR Its hlttorv The only female college In Kentacky that keepe a faculty rotanonisl of graduate of the Intrenlty of Michigan Ann Arian OoUmbU InlTertltv N y Oily Vanderbilt tnl Ttrslly and others of the worI4Itt sebools with ncnrtlt ssnurpued a Instrac c ton Mutte department exceptionally strong with Instructor from the greatest cnnter ratorle Scientific apparatus and K aeral eqalpOMint ot balldlns art rlaa Frequent Illustrated lecture by the on his travel in Egytt Palestine and Europe tib krness almost unknown Oood table No fur teachers Send torhaodsoree catalogue t riDr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Session Opens Monday Sept 1st The president is n graduate of Kentucky University He spout several years in University of Munich Germany whore ho gorcured his degree Ho has for some time Leon connected with Drake University Dos Moinoj Iowa lie will bo resisted by n full corps of oxperionccd lonelier BKIanataetureratAnd IK i Lime Cement 5co o Write For Prices lisCI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a CaT RE1YJE1YJ R That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho premium may cost you n hundred in n loss That onl solid cash in sight nntl- cxpcricncC1 management guarantee uro That insurance in tho Home of Now York can be relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Uclnilve Agent for Lincoln OarrardDoyle tad OMey Counties Kentucky C 1 lie a Icure livere Chillse CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ERDILLEHAYDA1TVILLE Hustonville Property for SalelII will offer at private tale my property situated on the north of Slain on enttaldnof College street In Huttonfllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is woll arranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable having on same n nice livery bArn 6574 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and purpose and good ra Clint lot for private realdcnc If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property II well arranged for tirtvatu and la now rented for If you- wnnt Rood paying In ilustonvflle- call on or it 8 Carpenter Huston vlllo Ky Public Sale Fine Bouto Farm ON WEDNESDAY AUO 20 02 at 10 oclock a In I will offer at public sale my taro of 270 acres 3K miles from TheIhouse of seven rooms and kitchen hall front and back porches good dry cellar un der entire front of house storeroom num outbulldlogsbarn t ehlnery corn crib Icu house coal oute goodorchard grapes garden as laragus bed etc also n large yard shaded by forest trees the place Is well watered rlth cistern at house and barn There are 30 acre la bluegrass 30 In hemp SO In cora Iln Sold peas balance put in wheat andante about 30 acres have been sown In tlm otby mid direr The farm Is divided bye ounty road 185 acres with ImproemenllIon one side and 15 acres on the It will be sold separately or together which e1et way brings the best price Crops will bllold to purchaser If desired and pacer lion given at any time It Is In a splendid elghborbood with school on place desiring to look overlhe farm otc Anfonewelcomed at any time Terms made known on day of sale Lunch served at sale MRS J W LYTTLBi T D English Auctioneer 4