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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL II VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 9 A M NO 48INEWS NOTES Diamonds aro worth 12000000000 a ton A three vear old Iowa elrl died from n bee itloR The Logan County Dank of Huuoll ville has assigned t harles Young ot CovIoRton killed himself rather than submit to arrest A tornado nod cloudburst at Pane III caused damage estimated at 8I0 000 j Csrheas of Illctcman abandoned an after they bad spent II COO on It New Jersey peat after a test Is said to bavo been found a satisfactory sub stitute for coal Twoxomenaedthroocblldren wore burned to death In a New York tone meat house Ira Tbo Illinois Central railroad Is mak ing experiments with ball bcarlag jour sale for freight cars Parsons College at FalrUed Ia a k Presbyterian Institution was destroyed r by Ore at a lots of l50000 Paducahis hurt In a boiler explosion Prince Henry of Prussia who wus u recently in thug country carries IMO HK itisurnnoo against assassination Rote Cogblan the aatress was soS vertly Injured bemuie she mistook bottle of carbolic geld for a face lotion The war department has notified Gov Beokbatn that the amount of Ken- S tuckys SpanUbAmcrloan war claim I t 7ww 0- CltU nsot HopklnsvUlo have railed practically all the mooev requlrca to bring tho Tennessee Central railroad to that city Charles M Schwab who Is In New York says bo is feeling very well It understood that ho will salt for Ku rope Saturday Doatnci and Schlltabaum charged with coesptrlnir to rob tho American Express Company at Fordsrllle are In Jill at Hartford Too sharp of CIburn county Ala refutes to declare the county court opened owing to a personal difference with the county judge Joseph Anderson a farmer living near Sallna Kan In a fit of despond enoy drowned his four children In a cistern and then shot himself The National Hotel at Mt Sterling has boon purchased by Henry Barnes r b from the Clell Ewing estate for 120000 Uarnes will take barge Jan 1 rwo persons aro dead throe others are dying another Is fatally burned and a homo Is In ruins at peering Neb as the result of lighting a Ore with kerosene American Mills being unable to meet the demand the Now York Ship Build t fog Co baa been compelled to place an order for 80000 tons of Iron and ate In Scotland 4 Tbo estate of Col William A Hemp bill of Atlanta who died suddenly Is K estimated at 1260080 Ue left llb000 to charitable Institutions and the rep 1 due to his family- A tramp created consternation In the home of C1 Thompson by brandish 1t log an ugly looking pistol and threaten leg to kill Mr Thompson unless he gave him something to cat says a Bar rodsburg dispatch The total Import and export trade of all countries for 1001 Is placed at k 23600000000 Groat Britain and her colonies bead tho list with nearly IT OJO000000 and tho United States is third with 12119200000 A call has been Issued for a meeting at Lexington Sept 12 of all persons In terested In crude oils In Kentucky Tbo I object of tbe meeting Is to form an or ganization for tho purpose of assuring cooperation and concert of action Prof C J Norwood tho State In specter of Mine In his report states that the output of Kentucky coal f 1001 was 6324712 short tons The In- create over 1000 was 104037 tons Ti i output In 1SSO was 014000 tons The average number of persons employod was 0783 ot whom 0325 worked and groundA break for liberty w 1made by throe desperate murders at tbe Frankfort penitentiary Securing arms from guade Wallace Bishop Thomas Mulligan and Late p Otto Brooks tied to the building where reed rocking chairs aro made captur lOll Foreman Wills and holding him Aftertlie a Negro murderer m Doer was shot In tho shoulder by T LUIord Jr son of the Warden dur lair the slcza and Mulligan was also wounded As the convicts marched out to surrender Bishop made a auspicious move and was fatally shot Brooks be I lag hit by ono or the charge of buck shot The best physio Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take PUasamtlntrtectFor sale by Craig it Hooker Druggist Stanford N I I LANCASTER The city ootsnojl Has ordered anum j ber of new sidewalks to bo put down at once Tbo Oarrard school building Is under olDJr a general renovation und repairing Ron Woolford and Henderson attended the Baptist Association held near Burgle this week Mrs G M Patterson will give a mu sical at the court house Sept 4 for the benefit of mountain schools P B Kcmpcrs now residence on Water Street Is nearing completion and will be an attractive dwelling Isaac Hamilton of Buena Vista has MaryFoxThe open air concert netted 815 and WllJ Mort Rothwoll of this city has announced as a candidate for tbe dam ocratic nomination for Commonwealths attorney Walter Greening has about completed his recond burning of brisk to the umber of 240000 and finds quite a demand for them Fred P Prlsblo mailed fine weak ov or 500 tickets for free drinks of soda JpotodatebllllaThe W C T Uwill hays wade r c tmletlngbeor tbo Appajaohlan People The Prosbytorlaa pal onag Is under constriction the walls will probably be completed this week add tbo oar pantera hope to flnlshtbe wood work early In October This term of circuit court has proven whisk1IaN monwealth cases has resulted In some nthor heavy fine Miss Mary GUIs horse ran off Tuea day Injuring the vehicle and causing round fright to tbo occupant II M Ballous horse alto ran away and com wagonMiss woo the prize a pair of Queen Quality shoes offered by the Logan Dry Goods Co having written the words Queen Quality 1400 times on a postal card James Splllman sold a bunch of cat tie WO pounds at 6c W S Bcailey sold two cattle to David Thompson at tbo same figure A K Walker bought a bunch of doge of W G Gooch at 7c Mr Wra Ward has again taker charge of tbe Lancaster Elevator and Flouring Mill and will keep It up to Its present high standard Mr Ward Is also manager of tho electric light plapt Tie hotel company has put roan work clearing away the debris and re moving the brick on the burnt district elnd the pavement along tbe northeast corner of tbo public square will soon be cleared Lancaster can boast of two X ray ma adios+ which probably no other town In Central Kentucky possesses Dr J B Klnnalrd has had this sorvlcablo In strument In operation for about two years and Dr Wm Burnett has just added one to his oUIco fixtures Miss Julia Reed Is reported quite sick Mrs Bottle Miller of Lexington Is visiting her mother Mr Susan An donna John Doty has again been slob Riles Mattto Thompson Is at homo from CityMre OuyFltbe guest of Misses Rolla and Alllo Ar nold Chas Collier of Cincinnati Is hero on a visit to isle parents Mrs W K Sbugars Is visiting at McKlnncy Cyrus Hasan Is Quito 111 at his homo in the country Miss Masalo Denny of Lexington Is the guest of relatives In the county Miss Louise Farris Is vis Gordoora here Caav CovlngUnIt Huatocr AeA YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Colombia by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hewed Dr Chaa U Utter a prominent phy sician of Panama Columbia in a race letter states Last march I had a patient a young lady of 16 years of ago who hi n very bad attack of dyssontery Ever thing I prescribed for her proved la myEdie She had become so week that she could not tarn over In bed What to at tills critical moment was a study me but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a leaf resort prescribed it Tho most woo hthoursof tree days she was upon her feet e wollForI Stanford MAMMOTH CAVE Grand glorious Ill llmo are words that aro uttered by the tourist as he with a rapidly beating heart aad with a feeling that bols In tbo presence na taros God wends his way through the great natural wonder the Mammoth Cave When ho enters tbe great yawning daylight sunshine a feeling of awe comes over him and romaine dominant throughout veryfewAfter you have gone several hundred yards the guide stops and delivers bis flrst speech You are asked to leave all heavy wraps behind You are also told that you must listen to all his speeches or you will not know much more after you hero gone through tbe cave than you did bolero going through The party of which tho writer was a member numbered nearly a hundred and as they marched along over rocks and up Inclines than down again turn lag nacres or walking bridges the spec tacle was that of a long fiery serpent The true lover of naturo Is now In bis paradise To mention all the wonders to be seen In this cave would be far too great a Risk for the writer but be will try to glue a fw of tbe greatest athuml1taUoosee Tne former is a great menace the fat man white the latter U a Ire bugbear to the tall man The boltomlenj pit Is very typical in deed of tbe region of fire and brimstone Satan Himself would think Ir was dreary place Patting many objects ot Interest we gad ourselves at Ecbs river We have now reached tbo culmination of our ex citement We exclaim with the Psalm tat What Is man that thou art mind ful of him Tbe guide now tells you that you are 300 teat below the surface As you look at the cold dark water at your feet and the dreary walls that have almost come together a strange eensa tlon comes over you tooled will never be forgotten as long as you live The water is nearly Icecold acd by the glare of me dim light appears to- be just a little turbid It Iseovcral hun dred yards In length by about 10 or 12 In width Its greatest depth is 30 teat The vocalist can no longer restrain himself but Inspired by his surround MyGOdbe wero diving It Is with reluctance that you leave ibis sublime spot but you are not yet half way on your journey and as you are jugto ed step By this time the goody man Is mak noi mileIfrom tbo end You now pass the 11 chamber tbe ball room and the vine yard chamber In quick succession Tb end of the long route is only 00 toe from tho surface On the exit trip Dal two or throe stops are made either o tact or water If you wish to shorts tbo return trip you go by of the cork screw which is very lieep and dan gerous When you once more find youreo standing In daylight you can hardly realize that you have been under ground 12 hours and hay traveled about IS miles Tbo absence of largo etalactltea a stalagmites are very noticeable In t loog route Space will only permit us to meats the Giants Coflln the Bridal Altar an tbo Star Chamber welch arc found In tbe short route In all It takes about 18 hours to go both the long and the short route Kentucklana ought to feel proud th they have such a wonder In tbelr midi and they ought to feel enough lattec to visit this great curiosity once In Ill K no oftener The man or woman w goes through the Mammoth Cave at does not come out a better person Is to bo pitied Kontucklans I love your grand o State God bless old KentuckyT J N A CURE FOR 1RAIINFANTUM tLast May says Mrs Curtis Baker odur ra upefall recover a of Dieoldr m I felt sure It would do good if uses ac littoro is now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have reccommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to saleeard by Tbe Standard Development Co has brought in Us third good producer in the Ricbland oil field at 175 feet I PROF MA CASSIDY Who Is conducting tbo Itstltuto and who has made himself very popular with Lincoln countvd pedagogues la superintendent of the Fayette county schools an educator of note a most sITdble gentleman and a democrat of the old school Superintendent Gar load Singleton displayed wisdom In se curing his cervices a conductor and tbo teaobera arecongrauilatlng blnxfor do ing to 1 lilT V ERNON toMrs E Lawrence was In from Level Grcon LivingstonimoralnlIBrodheadas week Tom Hayes the thresher map was in town Tuesday from Wlldle This place sent good crowds to Brod yesterdayTodayThe quarries at Langford are doing a good business They have lately added a dummy engine for switching pur poses The Bastln Telephone people have takes charge of too VanWlnkle ex change at Danville sad are adding 1m provemecls Cox Bros are remodeling the three lower West rooms of the brick hotel Ipleadid All railroaders as well as the public are pleased to have L M Weatertield return to his old position as chief dU dlrfaloot of Rowland visited relatives hero this LlvlaglLOnhasAmbrose Clantz Jr formerly a cltt txn of this county died at Jelllco Mon day His romaine were brought to his old homo for burial He leaves a large family lowta dozen show from what appeared tube a OttlcereyBUI Walker tilled up on a variety of folkstai wreckred and fined Joe Moore who shot and killed Mrs Ell Jewell at Mulltns Station some fromItexam sung trial Tuesday be waived exam I nation And was held In 81000 Dr A E Ewers has returned from a Eastdgeeseho a Collegiateon todI Mrs Emma Fish has bona quite sick Jolla D Miller Charles Davie and Charles Henderson brakemen were Edatarmor tly known as Orchard Miller who has Wedo Lancesdman was up from Louisville Wednesday E T fromldabout Caasle Sutton is clerking In U G Bakers store Chenault will bo the name of station at tbo terminus of the railroad up Brush Creek from Orlando a station on the K C to this county It takes Its name from Judge John C Chenault of Richmond who has been working in connection with a Richmond land com pany for the peat eight or 10 years to develop Brush Creek Valley They now own probably 20000 acres along tbe valley A Plttaburg ayndidate now proportyFive workImines have been opened along the line I and everything will be ready for ship ping a hundred cars a daywhcn the rails are laid r a rY == IIjI Ut L i WaitingIv for a chance to buy a good suit cheap f fiiIfso now is the time fancyESuitstAlso our low cut Shoes goodIIIJ IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLEBESI Your money back it jronre not satisfied ll T D miLLER Danville Ky ITiW NOTICE ITo Country Merchants r1 n n r We are now in the Wholesale Dry Goods Clothing anti Gents Furnishing Goods anti can save you from 15 to 20 per cent on the dollar Terms 30 to 00 days Call on us be Toro 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 MensIOOO suits guaranteed tailormade 650 Mens 1200 suits go at 750 guarantee Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c now at 19c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY Superior Grain Drills I I Special Features Both wheels drivers solid steel frame each disc and thaw bar independent improved spring pressure The King of the Field It has Imitators but no equal Higgins c McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY OJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles e 1 Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hocker STANFORD AYatiodor IA Iagreeableperspiration IIt is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY rr- u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL F E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii s Candidate for Railroad Commlwlontr tor the 24 Dlltrltl rublcct to the will of the ilemocrmcT f H H HENNINGER Ol Vajo Oountr U a candidate for Stat- eAteraeleet Trea t action of the Dcmoeratls pirty ROBERT HARDING- of lilt ilte ti a unlMal for Omit Jade Mrt 1ecLtothestttsnftheUemoeratleps r CHARLES A HARDIN of Metwr la a auJldatehr Cemewealtbi- trneyla Al this the tailMtl dMlkl ubKt to theardon IIllbedeUlOCllllk patty For Oongret GG GILBERT Ot Shelby WHEN a man la Canada or Mexico drives a steer across tho border to Bell ID tho United State be Is fined for his temerity If the ctecr be worth 814 or lee the tine la t8 75 It tho aver bo worth more than IH the fine Is 271 per cent on the value This tax Is prohlb Itory but tbe beef trust la able to add the amount of the tax to tbe cost of tho beef and to put the extra money In KB cohere They will continue to do this until tho tariff Is repealed If you like this kind of business vote for republi cans for Congress If not record your vote for the democrat The tariff will never be reduced or repealed by Its frlondsCMANY are the strange things done under the cuUo of charity Members of the Methodist church at Fulton Mo fattened 60 hogs whth were butchered on the public square In the presence of a large assemblage of peo pie who seemed to greatly enjoy the butchery and the money received from the sale of the pork Is to go to tbe church While the dying porkers wereI squealing Ice cream cake and lemonI ade were served to the crowd TbeI zeal of the Pultonians in church w- oi1goes I unquestioned IT looks as If candy pulllnga baveit supplanted dances as a place for blood Liehed If the following report from Ows ley county Is correct In a fight at a candy pulling near Travelers RtstI Jesse Nealy was killed and A was mortally wounded FourotherIlea men and one woman were slightly and James Nealy d arm was twounded bUe bo was trying to appreI bend John Allen one of the partici pants in the fight The dispatch faUsI to State who got the candy JOHN R DREXEL New York bank er made his wife a present of a oheckI for 2200000 as a birthday remembrance Thats nothing We country edltorlI do that every now and then and dont say anything about It either Its more trouble to write a check for 8200 000 than for 82 TilE Danville News Is so fearful that its readers will forget to pull fur the Southern Railroad that It inserts the word railroad In the place of dashes to separate Items When Brer Llllard y goes a catln he goes a catln as the saying goes TilE government Is disposing of tit job lot of transports that cost 500000 9each at 810000 which la Indication of the open banded generosity with whirl the war department does business with Bjme people IN a recent battle In Venezuela tbe opposing forces are said to have fired at each other for two hours without f killing a man and yet they call that warfare I ILPOLITICALboom has been started for Frank 9A for governor Gen R A Alger announces tbat1fI the people of Michigan Insist ho wUlI consent to serve them as United States Senator Republicans of the Third Congres sional district at Bowling Green re nominated the Lion McKinley Moas for Congress It la asserted that the appointment oft Oliver Wendell Holmes to the supremo court bench was to remove him from the field as a senatorial candidate against Lodge Three clerks in the treasury depart ment have been reduced In salary and transferred to positions of less Impor s tance by Secretary Shaw because of a fondness for poker Ofllclal figures prepared by the chief clerks of the appropriation committees 1ofthe House and Senate show a grand of appropriations at the last session of Congress of 0062449655 In addition contracts were authorized r calling for the expenditure of 8202711 465 It Is said to be a straight tip that j Attorney General Philander C will succeed George Shlras as asso elate justice of the United States su preme court Justice Sblraswho reach ed the retiring age of 70 last February i thesul expected to step down and make way for Mr Kpox And the trusts will score another victory ww i Congress at Its last session added 6 221 officers to the National payroll with salaries aggregating 8505451450 The Republicans will make a motion before Appellate Judge ORear at Frankfort next Tuesday to reinstate the Injunction to restrain the Democrats of the Sixth judicial district from hold lag a primary on the regular election day In November The Injunction was recently dissolved by Special Judgo Helm at Hartford KINGSVILLE The canning factory Is now running at full capacity A new section of county road is be leg made through here There is a One prospect for oorn and other grain in this section Protracted meeting begins Monday Aug 36 at the Christian church to be conducted by Elds H K Berry and Brooks of Lexington The latter held services In Eld Berrys plaoe Sunday We congratulate Stanford on her prospects for the Louisville Southern but some one suggested that with moro railroad facilities Stanford U in danger of losing her population so many will go to Danville and the en terprise should be discouraged- W L McCarty went to Danville Monday Mac ford Chevolette of the- O S spent Sunday with his mother here Master John Cbawk of Somer set was the guest of his aunt Mrs Penny backer tho first of the week R L Lytle traveling salesman was hero Tuesday Mr Dan Hester deserves credit for his enterprise In starting up a first class restaurant It Is quits II conven once especially to the railroad men who have time to procure lunches when they do not have time to stop for regular meals at tbe hotel The drummers and other travelers will of course con tinue to patronlae the Hotel Penny backerMr W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat must not overlook Kin IrS vllle when bo begins his campaign for railroad commissioner We give him cordial invitation to stop at Mrs Pen nvbackera hotel Of course tbe voting democracy here will support our county man especially one so capable and uch a fearless unswerving democrat as Mr Walton Hons R C Warcan and Harvey Helm of Stanford were here Saturday tho interest of their clients In the Turkey case which was again tried Squire Smlthe court Attorney Helm who was Mr Hensleys lawyer won more laurels for himself by win ning the case Mr Warren made n aeepeoob but It failed to turn the JU f which decided in favor ot HensUy THIS AND THAT Disastrous forest fires are raging InI Colorado Charles S Stay the Lebanon jew eler Is dead The wife of Capt A S MeUrorlv la dead In Danville aged 81 Lightning destroyed the L sr N de- pOt at Bardstowo Junction Coy Beckbam and staff are attend ing the fair at Lawrenccbnrg Divine Healer Perkins was flogged by whltecappera at Texarkana Ark Henry Taylor a prominent farmer of Ohio county was killed by lightning Eight or 10 Negroes are said to have been killed in a race riot In MUslsalp- The 815000 trotting stake was won at Readvllle Mass by Delmar In three straight heats In the Garrard circuit court Carey Mulllns was fined 8250 for operating a gambling house In Lancaster Eleven dead two dying and six miss Ing Is the result of an explosion at the Delaware Pulp Works at Wilmington John Newell an old and highly re spected citizen of Casey Is dead near MIddleburg His death was due to In firmltles of old age Special Judge Julian granted a motion for a change of venue in the Tom Cockerlll case from Jackson Breathltt county to Campton Wolfo county MATRIMONIAL William Routon aged 24 and Miss Nettle Jacobs 16 were made one Tues day John Wllkopp and Miss Emily Wll kopp were made one at Michael Wll koppa yesterday Sam Wayne 10 and Mies Agnes Johnson 17 eloped to Cincinnati from Lebanon and were married A OARDIt has been circulated that drummers had no where to go when they uamo to Lancaster We wish to correct this and say that we have for seven years accommodated a great many traveling men and still desire to do so Wishing to thank the drummers and all of our friends for their liberal patronage we are Respct Mr and Mrs U D Simpson props Mason Ho tel Lancaster The ColonelIve had that whisk In tip cellaa fob 20 years What do Ityou think of that eh The MajorBegad kunnel Its thi most remarkable case of selfconstrain that cvah came undah my observation TilE Joseph Price Infirmary will open again Monday Sept llts seventl anniversary Board and nursing steal be cash In advance weekly and month ly Professional bills due when ser vices are rendered and must be pall promptly v IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joe C Glazebrook Is dead at Leba non Tbe wife of Charles Hemphlll dead In Jessamine Julian Reed was fatally Injured in a runaway In Whitley county Fifteen thousand acres of coal land In Bell county was told to Boston capi talists The Issue of 810000 of graded school bonds submitted to the voters of Sam erect carried bv almost a unanimous voteJoseph Shadoan a Q t C brake man whose home Is at Somerset was killed between tbat play and Cbatta uocuLackey files who fell from a Ole while working for the Utohaand Tele phono Co i has wed the eampanv for oeoI Nevi Brandon of Car lisle Pa bas been eeggtd as musical director In Oaldwell College Danville text year Reuben Gentry formerly of Dae vlllc has gone to fUgland sal Scot land to purchase stock for George W VanderblltltlBlltmore Tbe Science Hill Oil Co drilling six miles north ot Somerset struck tbo sand and a show of oil at a depth of 1000 feet The outlook It favorable At Somerset H L Wheeler a trant fer mae killed himself In the presence ol his wlfu aud two little sons Tbo cause Is supposed to have been finan cial and domestic troubles Miss Zoda Vlck the 10yearold daughter of n prosperous farmer living near Ruesellvlllc was murdered after making a successful debt agates a wouldbe criminal assailant A poso of 600 clllienr with bloodhounds Is on 1 16 trail ot the murderer Denis Sbanahan a wellknown Lou isville contractor ehot himself twin In the chest atxhe Hotel Cell In BoitoD- His chances for recovery are about oven He U bellevod to have been de spondent over business affairs Mr Shanahan was well known In this wo t on of the State where he has macy friends A Lebanon dispatch says Miss Cora Tbornburv aced 18 was ptaeed In Jail beretShe escaped from tbe school of reform Bear Lexington aad was captur ed at Stanford by Superintendents H Doak of that Institution The Thorn bury girl and umber ycnior Ctrl named Lela Pembleton of Oarrard 01 oaped together but the latter has D- Obn captured The following U Irate an KlUaville Ind taper Mr McHoberw formerly lived In this county The large born of B B MoRoberte was totally de stroyed by fire Ooa stallion rutted at 8900 was burned to death sad 100 tons of hay 100 babel of corn 2M bushel of rata and O worth ot farming toola- were consumed A stallion valued at f9 inn was saved FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Dories and Mules constantly on band and tor isle st alt time W Logan Wood Manager FARM FQR SALE UavtnReoocluBwltoqBlt taming I will tell my turn of 116 aero on llmtonrlllo iMttltllotlKlrg ptke 5 mile from 1IluclnTlU- ehr m is In a state of etsttlimUea well watered and is improved with nw fwemog ot 8 room It a good frame belittle a lsrt tolMOOo barn a well bnmtc Ootiridnrabie part ot this land hi Ttrt soil JOHN McDANIRL Kldd StoN ICy P 8 will sell saute stock ot Rood at t lit place Good staid to sell pelt PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPP iStli One farm containing about Ira acres lo cated IX mtoI from Lancaster mile from Hubble S miles from Danville and 7 Dillon tram Stanford on old Lancaster and Danville turnpike within one rape ot post offle a two churches and school Tho uloee Is sublnet ot dUtoten one place containing about acres with dwelling of five room hill bathroom and cellar tock barn MxOO fret servants house of two micas Ice house buggy house and all outbuildings Tho second place contains about So acres with dwelling of four rooms halt cistern otc stock barn sox 81 fet Implement barn tenant house of two room both places fronting on pike The place Is well watered by never falling springs and two ponds one of which Is the larewt and bet In Central Kentucky and well stocked with flno web Roth stock barns and dwelling are supplied with a fine system of water works water belnj forced by a 2horse pow er caiollne engine which is also equipped for cutting feed etc The place has about 70 acres now In corn balance In graw and stubble Pine orchard of about four acre All of place under good fence Thus plat then as a whole best bid will be accepted Terms will bo one thtri cash balance In ono and two years draw log sU per cent Interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money As same time place we will sell the fol1owlnl towlt line DeerIng Under Deerlog mower ateel hay rake 2 cultlva tors corn planter with check rower disc harrow disc harrow corn shelter cutting box onohalt latteeelargo power In roller one slide one hog box two borat spring wagon one cIder mill aboutwagon tobacco sticks lot plow and twothirds Interout In 70 nerowagoo gear oats and millet hay I red cowcorn cow l helter workfrelh Jersey good mare 3 good work mu steel nettlog enough to two corn cribs lOxlOxZO lollllcnlon for seeding given at once full I salon Jan Terms on stock and implementssumsun der 110 crib over that amount Jan 1003 without Intoned Nejottablo look over Illace- wIU Thosenote desiringto be shown F Purdom 00- premlel For any further information ad ilre W Givens lIubble T D English Ano J S k T MINOR a a 0 a 0 t 0Ui 0 0010 La h i if The Grand Leaders i 1fl t IA Cut Price Sale fil il i j v For one week the following iirut will lie in clFVct at this lure i 4 Look them over carefully 11 e want your trade and will save you money on every item lUmeiuher our location e 0 r i AH 71 and SAc Lawns new patterns cut to 5 cents Jt All 10 and 12c IAVIW new pntterue cut at 8J cent N Sonnet eors U cut to She 300 walking bate to cloee out lor the sat- s eon worth from The to S150 choice 80c S rLuiee 25 vests this wools IGc hove dir IIJNew belt pins 78c now 80c- Mens a fine underwosr 2Co n garment T jiiliw fiuo shoos worth SltO cut to 81 Ladle fine sljow worth 8225 cut to 8160 0 r Hindi i oUh unity Elite at lie bx i S s el eee Nt+ isO eeeee r e H H j 5 f 55 isI 5 0Otio Oss s u JH CO Proprietors Feed And Sale times Old Stand Depot 8k KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Ileanonaola UatM speolal Attenllos to Travel 1n g lhoDe Yo K FOR Is order to eWe tbt Joke ItOBta Jr and J 0 Music bavlsgdld last Decelber we wm Mil lree acres of Adalrcoao ty Ky This IBM aoaWMra between iooo tee B4 leoeOOO fMt of Poplar Oak Val s OkMkMaat sad Htekorr timber TbU Sleet at lead Is oioM to the talou oil adds- of ways awn wed to euae4t lly well parpuMB All of us body It a esttfata lorwme UM for fItln apply to J O OOOLTKK MMdlBtmrt Ky Bardie Uanodsborf or 5 car Or to X K noata rullm r K- yJ Le Co 1UO DX1LXU III kinds of Stork a call Prices right sty sltaated on I dmtr to rent pro1 Somerset street H mile roa tows eoijbl ot sevaa rwole kitchen sad Mrvanti roooi and a flue eel lap snobhouse chicken lfet outtl bees and a good stable sad ie acre ot land t for stuckhydrant ODe In tits soda e the door forwell cbtero eomwand ser note Bald nfopntv In JMO4 F For Sale Having concluded to unit I will sell arm of 1M acrid on MIII I1gaTUhl and Stanford pike It Ii In good state of- cllltlvatlon welvery good 10 watered with never Lincoln ooonty Pat call on or write to W A Pettus Ky Dr P W It Is located In the Wet End of Lincoln ounty ICy on Stanford and pIke live mile outh ot Juuctlon Oily four nibs eat of HustonTllle seven mllca west of Stanford and two miles cast of Moreland station on 08 It It SaId farm contains tae acres ot fertllo bluegrass land all of which Is In grass except about 40 acres and has upon It two sets of really two farms In one beIng In ono con tlnuotu body but susceptible of division lroot of farm has upon a large two tory brick residence containing 0 roomI wo story vcrnnda In front large twomory porch on oast end of house n llire dry cellar This residence Is surrounded by evergreen and forest and within 0yardl of On south portion or form here Is a frame cottapo of four rooms kltcheo spring house otc Upon cntlre premlsOi there are four geod barn tee house 3 tenant houses and other out bulldlngl Also two good orchards cistern well etc Forty acres In tree woodland Tho entire farm Is under fence ard well watered by and thebranches barns above mentioned Is 03 by 36 feet 30 feet high and tiered for tobacco The Immediate roads ship dng advantages school etc are good location desirable Term ot sale will be made Uberal Tbe farm will bo offered In two lots of 100 stud 188 acres with Improve ments on each lot and as a whole If not sold privately will bo offered for sale pub 11Iv Sept 1002 at 230 m I l W LOGAN Moreland Ky x 8 Shanks Walker patent leather o 176 to 110 Mena fine nil wool prate worth 275 tfeC- M titte tyeek to 110 dlens fine all wool pants worth 2iA Lb jBoysgo at 80e i Mens and Boys Hate at pilot that will v hake jou our cUlltomer a tens flee IJt j IMellslair r J1i1 The Grand LeaderHays Levy Props B Levy Manager e iiBOONS Livery Stable STHHFORO TIMBER UND SOLE prtarablpbulsa- of UwtwrlertlB adrtor Beazlev Undertakers and- Embalmers FurnlturcMntUIIJ8UugsTbe STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR RENT repairJA8 Farm Impruvementa turthorInformation Mllledgevlllo Loftana fARM fOR SALE MlllcdKuvllte Improvements trees prlnGIJlOnd neighborhood ChlMrona xibrdworth fortr 1251ter and sue wlwt Nave birthday wedding IIfOl many Our suggestions now giftsIand friends I Silverware nut Cut Watches and Clocks I G1aselal I W H MUELLER Prescription Security If you knew all tbt facto about our prewriptiuu department your prcMriptiurw would trans here even if our prime wer- ehighwhirh 61 they newr If you knew iMUMirH we lake to inaure the purity and freIbuf our drug if you were familiar with UM eafeguiude we throw about the com HHHHinf ami TNriouB other methods I eculiar tll this ttwn you euulil nut help having entire confidence in the accuracy of lily prescription we put up To haw meh wnrice to lira saleie worth something and it cools nothing extra Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This tnslltutlon was originally nstaUtdtcd ai the Ifepotlt seek of Stanford la ISIS then reorganized as the National Hank el Stanford In 1501 and agate r ota as the Mint Natkmal Its ik of Etnnfonl to IMS having had practically an oolBter rupl d MtsUnc tee 41 ranra It is tittnt raw with date tor itesesa- ttagluslesptompuyaod well than over- before In lu long sod boeorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited JD Iaxton 0wslejr WIO Oeo W Garter out cut we in the Successors to Thu Farmers Hunk Trust Company and under same for years Wo loping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J S IIOOKEU frest J3 MoROIIBRTS Olin W If WBAI1KN s S T Ueapp Is Oo J 8 Mocker I4neoin Oo W Walton Lincoln Co J II OMltorUrab Orchard M RUtoro Stanford 8 Itaurbman Stanford P Mill Stanford JM Iloblnson Ilnbble J Itaaf amaa Stanford W p Tale Stanford I It CAPITAL STOCIC flJ80000 Directors f Il H tt management continuously SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT StanfordI Officers Dkprt Directors Harris D H T II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Officers 8 H SHANKS President a J OWSLEY Cashier W M niltOHT Mst Cashier CARSON PENCE 4 DEALERS IY Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck i boards Harness 1 Pull and complete stock of the above always onjjhaml trod are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes i c LIDCRTY fair next week Make THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY ArCi 22 1002 i Ip fllUoj your prescriptions wo tISO propttonslid not do better If yon paid ut double tb yuleCqe4 PERSONALSGR MRS KATEMILLBH of DttOTllle here H C EwiiLBMAN JR li Mkl0 the Londoo fair JAMKS WILLIAMS at London was here Wednesday Miss MAQOIB LewiS went to Lox 4t iDRton Wednesday MR AND MKS STBPKKK BVIDLTTR are vlaltlDi In Parts MIBB AUCB HALL of CAWS it x Mr Colonel Lnnbum WaYDburJ It Miss LCLA SIMPSON of Gnrrard was the guest of Wise Sallie Cook MR 8 H SHANKS hoi returned a pleasant vtsit to reltulre at IaaCity f nEVeS M RANKIN will bIt bit puli pit aL the PreebrtcrUa ohuroh Sunday morning Wsyaburgteat lover manMu80with bar pareatt Jodjro and MM J WAIcorn MlisMAHK HAHDIN of the Loa neD ekla wet hers a tkert w WtiaeidayMK of J ELKiKBBd wire aid- E Mr P MoriU no4 wife pmt Mveral days la Ltxlngioa MRS W A PRICK aad Mr N B PriM of Oarrard were here Tutelar to overM14Robert Rowell Co LovtivllU Pantdthus oflloe a coil yesterday MAYOR A B FLOHKNCKU some better this moruluc It Iii not believed that he has typhoid fever w MRS W II pOOle aid ooh Robinson Cook of Laneafier took Tatadayt train for Crab Orchard Sprlogi- MIM MAROARRT OAMIOY It with her father Prof M A Cn- V who It ooodueUntr the Institute MRS J S OWMNY JR and James MoKlwloe returned Tuafrom a malt to her p reou at Franklin MR JOHN P JONES was called to rioolaaatl yesterday M tceouet of the serious llleu of bit father MlM LeOraad Joow aeoompaaled him MR AND Mss J B Hoots of pew daySWeaednee him MR C DCNDAR a native of Ru eou sow a promlsoet farmer of Lincoln coast was vlelllaR lU many frlMd at the bows of his laltvtty Adair Newt MR WILL H SODRK sot of Mr Phil Sodee the wallttoowo eariaer OB the L k N railroad It la the vice of Ills L A Nat LUlBgiUOB Courier Journal MM ED WILKINSON Rave a dell ful party lot night la hoses of andGibblepresent awl all bad a Rood time MRS W L MCCARTY of Kiac rllle who earns hers to volt Mr i D OlJunnoa was taken and been confined to her bed itnee buiband was over to IM her yesterday and the day before MR S II MARTIN of Rockeal apIe enjoying a vlilt from his sort t Martin ot Lvoebburg Va Tb v r Mr Martin It In the hardware bail ness In the Old Domtoloa uad u rapid ly coming to the front ai see of her best yoone blltlla oil men LOCALSPoFRKSII Oih today TO Willis FRDBII cakes and eraekwi Qeo H Ferris t Co briTKC8FO8AItoil prices Orals Ai toekereiLIUHTNIMO knocked afew brisk from the ehlHtaey of the depot the night MR I M BRCOS beya is mare to die of Inflammation ot tbe bowels Wed n MT GIRL Prom Cuba at Wa ltonkman Opera Ilotue tomorrow Saturday I night See her r TUB icaton of Waltons Opera House will open tomorrow night with The Girl From Cuba Floe brass band Inc orchestraanHBIKBRS LOST Tbreo yearling bettors ono brlndlo and two red loft my placo Friday Reward for Informa tion loading to their recovery J K Bruce Stanford FOLLOWING are the gentlemen ommended by tbo democratic committee to the Stato Board tion CommUiIonon Mciire T Wood George L Penny Thou D Nowland Sr T J Hill Sr and McAlitter From this list the J will select one gentleman aa stoner ARRESTED Will Bottom about 18 years old and colored was arrested la Danvlllo by Chief of Police G T Helm and brought hero Tuesday Ho I li charged with breaking Into M B Eubanki rcsldonco near Hubblo and dealing a gold watch and 12 Ho bad sold tbo watch to another Negro for 25 cents and It was secured Ho protested hit Innocence but Judge Bailey hold him over to circuit court In 1200 any payIIewas unable to Dlake bond your arrangement to co GLASSES to fiteyo Latest styles In frames Craig S Hooker secretcraftiriCo TUB pension of Jerrr Dakar Klngi has been leorstead to 310 per IN GILL colored died Tees Uof Aux need 3d He was a good bard working darker luMK M Y HUBBMC of tbe Ju Mcttoa has our thanks for a goon term eloo of his own raising TUB mocking bird window of Craig it HOOkers More IHOWB that that firm bat aa artlesio window dresser- Ith GIRL PROM CCMA- WALTONS OIBRA BOUIH SATUMCAT NIGHT LAHOM arowdt attend rooof thbasbUffaly oompUraented COAL Now Is the time to All coal houses The roads are good and you oan heal big loads We have 10by ty of coal oheap for oash J Re Ba L Co RBVGHOItOKOBAKVRfi will toblproaab there He will be the goal Mrs Battle LltUe while there DONT tubs the street parade glveo Vr The Girl Prom Cuba Co tomor raw alteroooa corn In to U aad ttay to the show at Walloas Opera that night Adtnluloa 96 M Mo toI AH w4with the nod thank you etiwolally tar proapuwf writes Dr O B F prMldent of ChrltUai College Bas toarllle as be encloses a cliNk to AltosereTUB L A K will give a ratmdtrlp tberOM of the attraeitoBt In the dry that day U the game of ball between Ola olauaU aid PItMbvnr XICHOLASVIUB Yale a UlNa s fair bclanlng Soj t 3 bb the eoorotary bal oar a eostpUiooiary Tae lair will Iaseeilof Pythias of that plea AKffortli b tog made to e tart hank at Crab Orohnrd and steak l title Mlllog readily It le proposed to bav a capital stock of 116000 DId have ueverytbleg IB readiness by Jaa Mr J Harvey Collier la one of the leading enterprisehTo PRINTBBB Tbe IXTRRIOK RIn XAL hat a good newspaper outfit CylVpans nderfor beetbod Replication in6uncown oar a brass band and orchestra will present the beautiful military drama Girl from Onbatt Walton Saturday night next 33rd pular prleeaAb 36 and Wo charged Secure reierved seat t now BOND nUKKHDR B Sonbeams user McKlnney as sh Brown plies uvrned Tight together with all of lu contents except a single chair and churn Mr anothernot II un ill the following afternoon The house was wen furnished and the low Is fully 3600 with 62000 Insurance The ori gin of tbo lire Is a mystery Amawas present but he did not en until It was too Into to do any goodSThe loss is a severe ono on Mr Mrs Souddor and their friends hero and olsowboro deeply sympathize with thorn TUB BnouiiKAD PAIR Tho nual exhibition of tho Rod County Fair Association begun at Brodhead Wednesday and continues over today The crowds aro eclipsing all previous exhibitions and someCrab splendid show stock and race horle- aro on hand Wednesday was axhibcountylie and In tideGeolrgo o g g 3 spectatorsJ The tacbmmleBud White of Richmond was second and Thomas Napier of Crab Orchard third R II Bronaugh won ti ning race with Rod Bond and l3 can and W D Wallln were secs third M H Burdott captu mule raco after two exciting hen Urodhead people are taking raagnlBcont care of their large crowd of guests and are doing all In their power for their delectation Lincoln county Is largely represented each day both by people and show stock foliotagwl Institute which has been in soul pp byProfary of the body and we vouch for of It TLBSDAY MORNING Institute opened at 030 Devotional oxerelses conducted bynev ftPlnkertoo After singing Sob byjayLboInlUUotorMM MleeeavaPhilIIPIHicks BId W T White gays timely iiidyAPTBRNOONlofltltuie KingHOmaking the staging one of the features the week Ioitruoor Cahl r fa e teachers with ooothr one of bls falltolOrTbIntro tiduceden Mis Blain J J Durham M tbetJseonandProrPIDkertcJII Kin schotMOUNIVOJ singing ex Kllngmanloitmelor humorolldote eon verywork en y and IItekten111e Ion lot eaNeg expertnaenl4t with ohemleala f or CaHldy elOHd subject WI orOOISOInilpwljioa who also gav a tend talk MaKtaaepofS prlBITOMIM by the Btltot The subtact MluubeFrrIK art Whit MMM Grime Mo othersIgkc1ArTERKOONAfter reabeofpre teaahere K G MrUn gate a loadtalk of geoRrapky followed usedlaontalonaultaDtNOretnrythe county read very intern 8110 g tarpaper on the Mtof writing Mas T Wilkinson favored lute with a reeltatlon theBigtime was devoted to the abll he town who came to hear Ice true UnoloHemusto wasp01wellfeebly expresses It very niCRSDAY MOHNINO usualOpera prayeraJlaketewasuptaken Vlrgie Worrell gave n yelp interesting talk on now thelaoulttes Intellect teolldge andwill may be developed by read byMraodlDstruotorCassldy ofLaneuagesubJQotA of dreawakNannlo S Sauflay Iowleeeoretnr PIIuetoarlllofifesesident seekcastlo I Jrd Saturday In September vlcopresldenY OrobardDr IIleklo vice Todurday In October InstlfHistory by Dr fickle K o MartincM Young Miss Rankin and Initruc tor Cassidy This subject being well f Instructor CaMldjr gave an able lk on the County Board Proposl tlon which mot the approval of a ma Jorlty df the teachers 00Nocaschoolanagement was ably discussed b K DredPta61111 p Misses Yowell IIMobooy onManualsubject of Geography was taken up and very Interesting remark were Metsrs Singleton Durham White an others NOTES It Is Inspiration to a country echo teacher to listen to Prof Caisldy Wo came to the Institute this year lesbaaweek from our schools If we come an we lose our Jobs If we dont come 50 loiVe acme with the feeling that Inatl oamyoer our dream We ar Interested we are entertained we ar Instructed we are helped We are lit aDllIp8rlDLeldin CSHIdySitglatoa ouIIBseicbool rooms during the coming au blteaobloirOf the singing what shall we a wyarPruitt Is Its life Itl Inspi ration Under the spell or hl tinging we almost feel that we wool bDCkwardwedohfld again and go to tcaool to Mr and learn to slog thethebadIt weary look from oui tthe0 We realize more forcibly tbe beauti ourobooland enthusiasm RussellwireS ofcomplication paaashereat tractive qualities Six children snr 10dlaoapolllDanville Misses Lain and Jennie Ru 01SbelbySeed Wheat for Sale 000 bushels of choke aced wheat for salTAM wheat yielded aryl baebele Sample at County Natlona KAp SALE111tpON SATURDAY AirODST to 102at willIIas the Ool Reuben Mundky farm tltunted orlUeIIa1ItbeMallei enutaclanddentpartraetat ii givebInoaeInc l er eat facer t Anyone deelrlog wtcaU 10hIt U RDIur m Art Orab Orchard tllo of Stock Crop earl Fttrlnlu drenImplements at Wild wood on 1902Iplace VII wooa Stock Farm threomll e east of Hurrodsburp Mercer county rlowhone cattle heef and bog consisting of byrb1tN1aliYcattle and outhovrn theep luialafImplemonU etc Tbe farm of over 30 acres Is for rent prlrately and If not rooted before will bfl onelhetsrettaIeateckp of A credit of tone papalogreJecaDJremovfdtrotllUDII tetnte otale are compiled with diDinnerMRS S E GODDARD Goddardtheir I1ddrborn yar K K Ooddard DurKiD Ky SplonJli 3hcsrai Fatal at UBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY SEPT 11 1M2 will offer nt public sale toy finely Improv ed bluegrass term of acres la western part of Lincoln Ky about 2S miles east ot Hustnnrllle and ont tulle west of aadSlcllunopThis hum and Improvement Is one of tho most beautiful desirable places In Lin coin county Dwelling Is a modern brick and frame metal roof containing nine etoOotbuUdlnlllnclutleborne with St box stilts and shod room for roomscrib aadlIaotrees plenty of apples to It this yu Title aeyertallngBteracres In bluegrass In timothy and 50 In woodlandgoodrelalrIt lie square on pike and could bo divided lolatIaymoat ifutham117 acres timber land lying q miles south ofMcKinney will also mare mules bullboutbeputtolookton on Jorlveroramade m 01 T NEW HATS Falld OUR t r-I 300 IIther Ij rI s I Come ill nnd see tho new slinpcserrr i Cummins McGIary 11 oC3r 01 U5qeM LAST CHANCE ullf i1 Q lDa+ Ladies tool ChildrensISt4Slippers left wised sizes and tJ qualities Wo will not keepeh allya tp cost them It p costs nothing to look at them f and very little more to o=purchase q Q 65 i1UOI+ = jjjCIff HoJ0 McRoberts avs A44 e q a at 6 f s II tl0hr jThem business m 1 hllyglllnmelIi rjJ us I I The Beginning Iof Itho full season finds uswith ii mwoar what you need for early ljj See us for cottons cali S f coes percales ginghams etc W Storese mtcatM ts hextmrra ms s sa erstt rz acta ratt= NU XXthCenturyp No crank no turning onehalf quan tity of ice required for other freezers WATER COOLERS ICE BOXES REFRIGERATORS ETC t IIITry an Elastic Felt Mattress They are guaranteed We sell them a Withers Furniture Co r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JTnfcra n the port of e at Stanford ai ttondalatt matter i abl2shdTUeQgpaasstd7xt V- It 81 PER YEAR CASH When not soptldSSOO will bechtrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION No Jl Train folnz North ll4 a m o24e II a 2W a is No II II South 1215 a m No 23 II 162 p m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 4 No 4 leares Stanford at 15Im No ITarrlTesstSUnlorJ l Warn No It leaes Stanford at 230 p m A 8 PRICEg- nrgeon I j ttStanford Ky VeBobertaDrul Store la the OrsleOfflceovtr I BaUdini R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Offlc over Higgins eft McKinneyVStor Telephone Nn III NEW LIVERY STABLE s Wlli1Rr w S Nlrrs JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnout at Reasonable fates Speed Atteatlun to Traveling Men and nay For Sale Aw M BOUfUVE Lancaster Ky Offers hla services as Auotoineer 22E53s to tho peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both In work and price Write to him yMONUMENTSPfttEZISO nWhlte tlroDZ in s ine monument ewdrophendtbu oldfogmachlno II to the hand or the car la to the old stage coach It of the age ItIs tho advanced thought reo Indestructible and will perpetuateloved ones flverpearan you ap can JC McWhorter Agt GRAD OROUARD KY bMY1iiiyTn tTassTDBETAKEB EDlBALJlIERAnd I 2IARNESS SADDLERY 80 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Bpeclsltstlof Louisville will be at Voranda Hotel at Stanford UsiayandMyiSepl ICII Inpedorour Office hours 9 a m to p m E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky gaalaaetgbloroperilrtsit to ily Prit44lO- No a Small Gera cert 8 Mlles from M CnI Utlo Irpod room kirk pooh etandt rlood harp sal other bulkllnfi In gooj Cut fads tlsala well frneal e0 um la eultlratlononeacre In trait trees rut In rrus llub1 bargain and can to soU at bargain Close to school slid church PrItt HI acre laud adjoining told for I l flA TbliiiaUargsln No ghouse and lot In Stanford house ton talus fire news Uood liable and 5 arm of land well fences One of pretlleat building lot In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 tor tront te Lulll to the cottage and be wade a beautiful home Will be sold cheap at the owner mutt bee money No 4Two ttorr frame dwelling 7 room ball and veranda fool garden fearing hours COO repair Fur ale or rent Price reasonable No5Ifouxanti lot In Stanford Tblto room and front porch garden and stable UooJ Will be sold chesp torle1I1reXUdl 5 Farm of M tne IS mliesirom Stan In lord on county road 23 acres cultlTatton pasture 2 orchards and rut tlimber Two mull rottages good barn and outbuildings well watered awl fencing fairly goal Place can be taught at your prlc M owner lira in Indlanapo Hi and mud hare money No 1 facto otZS acre four mile from Stan ford on bet jute In the county Sixty acre In wheat 48 in corn a In timothy 81n clover and In One Muecais Is rut In ate eW well Ceoed- well wllredtnyer klnng well and mng 10good tarn and ntiIIdlg u Prontaplkefortnreequarsnothi lioth dwelllcn urns on IIld HlOllltb uuber to ake aaoo potr A iplettlkl- luMran lena ulautei drire from the county UM oV7f foe farm adJeUlt tilla ha rereetly refused etb nee aere We oStt M J1T pet No tt 2t accts land with neoeaury Inprore menu from Swan Uwelllaig has e JI roo us vWmla lull cad ron h large bara amt huie eli Well watered and f c dai d buUdiags good repair Pricerenoaable Nor Owelllag otslx rwoas hall and pen- necewary b outtwlldlsi and gender Ala large Iwe- lIor atop noiu 2aea eel lower ram Mppltal with nmouis ihelt Me Wan lu rfSmall atorerovm alMctowrm and well on mare tot Ia tufvre title mile from Btanjenl Uulldl- In repair and dwelHH orlglnsUy tL 111 M aniluoreovrtlJ80 Will sell Iotb der or will rent or aell aeiaraWy No nttu acre firm 3 mile of Crab Orchard Ky thick dwelllw room two leant two Urns well and aprlag near dwelllw Farm la high uate or cultltatlon 10 acre riror bottom and good fencing mil etc ltke 97J an aer No HlOOacTMol land on Un star street In Crab Orebard orlOlIe lrlotS In no Im proroll enertlarg stock barD buDdall of clock water l ttlwing cite lb town Pit euCNa 18A nice cottage and let on Uneaiter itreet Stanlenl room cittern etc el it willsell o II fJ SeiTtnd in Madlon coun- tFImile r South of Richmond and I wile of Khgdon lying between Ulg turnpike and Muddy Creek rod known ai the Col R Monday farm liaise buildings itock barns ouilulldiugi Ac flinty of good water and one of flnet care springs In Kentucky in yard lies stock farm In the ewnty for the money Price UO per acre No 17A farm of 184 acres near lluitonrllle DwrillBg of tight rootui halt Teraoda etc On tenaat boaw itoek barn Urge tobacco barn and ether ootballdlngi Cittern and Rood wen In the jard and water In err Odd on the place farm cut In wren Odd and Outclass land N 1OFIfBl of 10 acres situated near Klngs tile Ky N acres In cultlratlon W In tiuilxrtrit watered two jcood tarns and other OIlIMlldIIlP good UIUn ly new Is within 1100Jrde of tree cburcbut- eItooI to c Troperty lies on Dlest dNlrable tothaSteetlonWawillliou I tbe wbole nn- ler tt 400 or la pa 1I of not leu than W acre to tllltpaRbUU Thu btenelnlycheep rrolrt No aJna of 75 acres near j Dwelling good barn etc Well watered fencing t repair lrodecttee Ilwe lone laad in good neighborhood close to school aid on good road Price70- 0No51Afarm of am acres In Lincoln county Three dwellings a good birns and other bulfdlsC each house bun etc clout the renter if 100 acre All on otunty road H mile from church school and Lara well and well watend This Is a good tobacco farm and would suit two or tbr e fJiullle that RIght want to row the woo neighborhood Trice reasonable No MA farm of ltd sues In Casy county Ky One anti onehalf dwelling with six rows ood barn and acre outbuildings ultttretceultlrsilon 43 in timber Lsya well on county road close to churches i cbool etc irlce only tees No s6 Farm of U8 urn tCut county Two- tory frame dwelling two good barns and other autbulhliogs In good repair Hplendld tokaera land and In good community A bargain at No 67 Farm of US seres In Casey couDtlA new two story I room frame iwellingIn lair condltlon Uarn and other oul- On county rod splendid tobacco land eltleredIwo welli spring etc This Is a de ilrable home Price etNS- No 5SHfty acre near Pleasant Point Ky Fume bouse 5 rooms and Barn and other Hitbulldings 8 erln cultlrstlon rest In tin ier Well watered aou yards from postofflcejchool ad church lays well on pike and cow cuunltr Trice fete We har buyer for 240 or 100 acre farm situated rom ono to three tales from town Also buyer for ibiut 100 acre situated from one to four wile from with or without Improvements Alw- buyeroraue000fof100001arnxclewtoa town No Tour house anti lots In Rowland Ky Price Jiooach No It Wj acres of land near Crib Orchard heap No 20 Two ciory house 9 rooms hIlTranda acre splendid land Jjolo In Stanford Prop rty In good repair water and Rthts In bUN els cern at Beautiful home Trite No 22 Houieof 6reroomtporeb one acre ol round and good slaMe One mile rom town rIce t20 No 23 FannoflU acres Smiles treat Stanford rame dwelling oC7 mos 2 porohrt burn one log stable and wagon shed otnbtani the other an extra good Iraue with rattle sleds attached Barn tobacco Also cutlery awtehouieandcorn crib Fine orchard FencUg farwhislcenocwnpledbyaformerownetc This rt year and Is well and ImpruTnl Is imlleotpoltac church and school ItInled rthIn for rent and ti uIUnl1 wheat tone and eloer Title lwrkcl Con pr nt owner at boo si county record will bow WlIleell furFl500 No 24 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres hut In Moreland IKxxl barn stxl necesury outbuild taga t wells to rd splendid orchard and sere strawlwrrle Imwedlate poSMMlon Trice No 2i Para of acre near Crab Orchard Newtstory frame dwelling of 8 toxins ball aodl urad Darn nuokehoueeetc In good repair Well watered good orchard Cut In neUi III sere In wheel acres In corn 8 In timothy rut In grace Trie no per acre No M Frame hotel large mom double reran dai hallway Etc A large 2 story itorerooui ranting itreet to feet front hotel up stair ulta for dwelling 2 nice cottages nicely furnished papereil and painted 4 rooms and veranda each A Iar tarn fin snue lot used as livery stable Coal girden Vacant adjoining feet front by 200 reel deep All of this property Is In London Ky snd Is a One chance for poxue one to make money Troprlelor ban refuted to rent property fur fV per month On amount of health of hl will only rtaMn for selling proprietor desire to exchanger r tarn In Lincoln county sa acres of timbered land on Carpenters Creek In Casey wanly near Lincoln line sell in next l0 days Cor- 13Dissolution Notice WayneIness Persons haying claims against the company will present them at once those ringthecom anvmuateettfeatonc- eJw Loclcrldpe Ireildent O D Wcatherora Sec R Teens First House Built In Kentucky ThobeRlnotnRr of the history of Knox county la the beginning of the hlttory of Kentucky bar In Knox county tho first settlement la the State was made and the occupation of the West begun On the Otb of March 1760 Dr Walker who was at that time a surveyor of Castle Hill Albemarlo county Va left his home and started out with tho intention of exploring tho unknown roo Blon which lay beyond tho mountain and locating n aultablo site for a settle ment That Walker tine a very though r explorer and a remarkably Intel- nj llgent man wo learn from a diary of his journey which he kept and from this journey of his route and obterva ttone we fire enabled to gather many In torcstlng facts of Important bearing on the beginning of tho history of tbo county and State In company with Mr Walker were five companions Ambroee Powell Wm Tomlinson Colby Chew Henry Lawllss and John Hughes The party alter leaving homo came to tho Allegheny mountains which they crossed at a point where Blackberry now stands crossed Now River at Horseshoe traversed Walkers mountains and took their way down tho Clinch river Thence they went up Powell Valley to the Onlslotto moun talus and acroas these mountains there were but two accessible passages ono being at the point where tho Shawr o river cuts Its way through tho moun tain range They choojo tho other a pass thou known only to the wander log Indians and herds of buffalo as the most accessible passage Thli vase was named Cumberland Gap by the oxplor ern and afterward formed the way by which immigration came to the Vost- On arriving at the Gap Walker found a woll beaten path across to the othsr side Us way marked by trees having on them different devisee This path was probably the Southeastern end of the way known as Warrior Path which extends from Cumberland Gap In a northcrnly direction to tho Ohio going through the central part of tho State On It the Indians traveled when going Into the mountains for a hunt on r the war path Leaving tbo Gap he passed across the site of what Is now Mlddlcsboro de sscnded the waters of Yellow Creek to lB mouth crossed the river Shawnee which bo also called Cumberland at n point just below whore Plnevlllo now stands thence down tbo Cumberland to a point four miles below Barbourvlllc There they cut down a tree made a dugout and then crossed the river to the north side It was thou April 23 and they had been on the way two months When they wero across the river lots were cast for the purpose of choosing two men to go on an exploring expedition with Walker The others were left to kill some game and malt arrangements for a settlement Walk er and his two companions bad been absent about six days when they return cd and found their companions had built a house cleared and planted some ground In corn and peachstones This was the first house built In Kentucky It was 42x8 feet and situated on what U now the farm of George M Paulk nor The house was occupied with sow o additions until 1836 when it was torn down and removed to another field and rebuilt as a stable In the debris of tho house a tomahawk and tome other In dian relics wore found The alto of this first work of the gallant explorer who first crossed the mountains Is now marked only by a pile of stones which constituted the chlm coy of the house PLEASANT POINT W G Routen and wife are rejolcio- over the arrival of a fine girl Revs Thompson and ODear hay o begun a revival at the Method church at Highland Wo had quite a storm here Frida afternoon which blew tho top of M Jack Johnsons barn off and did great damage to tho corn Mrs Mary Dye thanks her neighbor very much for their kindness shown to her son during his illness of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs John Blain ol Huatonvllle have been the guests of Mrs Jack Johnson also Miss Annie Blalno and sister of Grant county Miss Anna Dunlap has returned home titer a protracted visit to friends and relatives here Miss Allle Murphy ha been visiting friends near Klnggvlllo Little Miss Stella Walls Is the guest of Mr and Mrs W G Routen Miss Maude Brown Is on tho sick list as Is also Miss Ora GrlHln Misses Toy and Iva Cook of Somerset are visiting relatives here Mont DIahon of ledeevllle Is hero Mr G W Cu icym nine has returned from Plttsburg Miss Cclestla Baker of Parlor Grove bba been visiting her sister Mrs Ccorg Leach Rev Thompsons little eo Hubert Hurst Is ill Henry L fihattuck of Sbellsburg la WAS cured of a stomach trouble wit which be had been afllicted for years b four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets lie had previously tried many other remedies and a number o physicians without relief For sale by Craig locker Druggists Stanford Joseph Anderson drowned his four children In a cistern and then commit ted suicide by shooting at Sallm Kin eae LAND STOCK CROPS ETC G W Evans sold 25 cattle at 425 E H Bcazloy bought of J R Benz ley a sorrel gelding for 1170 James MoKecbnle bought of George Rankin 10 yearling mules at fDO W U Cummins has told six steers to J M Roberts at 4e J S Pottos sold 11 to oamo at 822 00 J W Baughman sold to Sam Newoll a Polled Angus bull salt for 140 S H Baughman sold one of same attains George W King has sold his farm near Preaohersvllle to J U Thorop son for 82600 and will move to Texas this fall If you have good milk cows with young calves or good springers to sell call on Fred Von Mlman Ho will give you the highest market price Of the 4000 cattle on tho market at Mt Sterling Monday a largo number went unsold feeders being afraid of fu Lure markets at present prices I will bo at Lancaster next Monday county court day for the purpose of buying mule colts and yearlings and yearling horse colts W C Terhune 2t FOR SALK Ono yearling and three twoyearold firstclass Southdown bucks Price low See thorn before you buy A W Carpenter Moreland lyfKing of watermelons Is that which has been grown at Rocky Ford Col This agricultural wonder measures five feet In length weighs 3SO pounds and Is three foot In circumference CHURCH MATTERS Lightning destroyed the Third nap list ohuroh at Knoxville RId Martin Owens will preaoh at Mt Morluh on Saturday and Sunday Aug 31L out of 12000 Chloopo met attend church according to an evangelists statistics Rev John L Lewis of this place will preach at TurnertvUlo Christian church Sunday morning ELI J G Livingston writes Wo closed our meeting at Holdamd Mill Sunday night with 13 confessions Bap tlzed In Glade Fork Monday morning while It poured down rain It Rev O M Buoy of Carrollton preached a line scrmoh at the Baptist church Sunday and the congregation has given him a very flattering call which It Is hoped he will acoept The Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Brodhead Fair Aug 20 tnreo days Liberty Aug 273 days London Aug 2i3 days Somerset Sept 24 days Bardstown and Glasgow first week ID September Ellaabeintown and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week In September THE FIRST STEP Of the child is an event In the mothers life How proud site feels when the attempt to walk U begun M early aa to enjoybythat the child is timid Weak and deficient In I vitality and cling to the mothers arms with no playMothers that to have strong children they must them eclvefl be for the childs strength fs the gift of the mother The use of Dr Pierces FaOrite- Prescription by expectant mothers gives them health and strength to give their chil dren It nour nerves gstrengthenx the body end gives great muscular strength and elasticity so that the babys advent is practically painless gtvIAarebcea wing Dr rierces PaToritc Pre can It I lull what you dYer the It to ix and an cbmfull recommend lt leonardvllleY henrsaid I did about aa well U one be bad sea as I was sick about three hours sod also that Out Parortte Prescription teas the one patent medldoe now bue darUDg bab7 ttoyyThongand health who weighed nine wltm tgta gainedaIt Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser a book containing zcx3 pages ie elves Send 21 onecent stropsfor of mailing only for the books theIIt V Pierce Buffalo N Y RAMS FOR SALE Pure Southdown Hams forsale Call 00 or writ to W U HcKlnnay Kldds Store The Hill Academy Next torn begin September lt 03 We ask for the of nil piirents who adrautagenwho will pot study are not wanted us they Interfere wltb tho progress of others S M HhNI ti Principal SALEyI deslro to tell my farm of acres just outside of the town limits It Is ono of the lafdtrelllufj Has good kitchen and splendid cellar Fine water and electric tight furnished tree Most of the outside fenc ing H kept by other Very little fenc Ing to do Splendid barn a good cistern at door Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Good roomy meat home etc Term to suit purchaser hall and see the place J S Hundley Stanford Biliousness 1y Chronic When the liver U torpid and file U dots work f the bile enters the blood u a vtruleat Then V come blllotisaea lick headache fetera sod malaria iThe only twatraent that glee the liver just the right touch sad starts Nature Cork in the right manner u AVOHS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETST- he pin louche the liver and the pellets tone the tjticm 2S dora for Idays eat SScenu and Un tees your case b eiceedinglr bad you awtU ba1I before yrou tlnlh slum Sample tree For solo at 9JY all I JFOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE 1111 Stanford Female CollegenThe 3th utiruiul liISliiOf this still Krill It IIi pyt tr Jta llonnliii Sihowl fir Girls tilleqrc Sipt Farr i aau uiiiiitm U J rinlccrloii President Stun ford KciitucUy n DontTakePiUslbowels but regular action cannot be sevurrJ tint the liver secretes enough bile to mike the iirnMexecute their natural function a ural agitation caused by cat hartics wrapels elcontinual AnlJ Increasing doses to attain the results on theIChills l elidsform ntcf of cf CrTITTY CENTS PER Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky Ileantifully llaai d In the Mue gras region HM advantages that no otlier lrn Itr allege In the State affords Just eliMftl one of the most ultfDI srwlons la tie l litrv The only inmate college In KenlnckT that keep a cut mmpoMHl of graduate of tutu fnlrervltT of Michigan Anti Arbor Columbia NY City Vanderbilt Ifll TefsItT and utlien f the worlds r181 schools TilUi miinls useorpeseds introton Mule department iiepllooalljr strong with iBstrotkir from th prmtfut ronwr Frequentillustrated P- aeealmot unknown Good table No fny lMcJtr send for handsome COLLEGE Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Session Opens Monday Sept 1st Makes Invalids poison constipation dealer Vlnat rnlrorsltjr ralalogue The president is n graduate of Kentucky University Hofpcnt 1 several ycnr in Uuivorsityof Munich Gormnnj whore Ill se JDrakefull corps of oxporionco tonohorc ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE XY- Manufacturer or BRICKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices H CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal REMEM136J That 60called cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pre mium may cost you n hundred in n toesrunt only eolid cash in sight and experienced management guantnteo euro That insurance in the Home of New York can be reliedon Josso D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Oarrardlloylc ante Oosoy Counties Kentucky ThtvtemporllIIil CHRISTIAN Farm for Sale Farm ot 1ST sores three mite from Una tonrllle on Ilrndfordsville nlke for tile outbulhllojlIenaR Hustonville Property for Sale rtrUUAtedlIutonlIeICyand vacant lot Tills property is well ar andliverynrClliarvlordesiredEverlasting andMwant Rood paying In Uustonvflle stall on or audrcs n 8 Carpenter Huston vlile rIyc 3e O HOTTTU Popular Excursions to Old Point comfort and Ocuon VIoWi Vn For Round Trip X13Oood ISDnys 1 Ticket will tat sold July 15 and iff Aug 19 UlOUutalnOftlcc PhoenIx Hotel Lexington ACEO