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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 2G19029 A M NO 49 l TEACHERS INSTITUTE ONE of the most pleating and later dsitnit teachers inslluucs over hold In P Lincoln county camo to an nod at noon Friday Following Is a report of the doings of THURSDAY the last daybt At 3 oclock Instructor Cassidy laid aside nil work and ho and the leachora throw dull carte awav for an bour when a very Interesting and enjoyable a i procam was carried out MIn Ella Mar Sauodcra who It es pecially flea in Negro dialect delight cd the audience with some floe eelec- tloni Mr M E Prultt sane a solo as only u he can stag and ooo of tho ladles said It reminded her of tbo echoes of colas till glories MUs Anna Darit recited Neath the Shadow of Bit Wings In her usual sweet nod charming manner The next on tbo program was a song by Miss Peyton and Masers McOluro and Prultt which was thoroughly en joyed Instructor Cassidy closed the enter taintnont with ono of Paul Lawenco- Dunbars most humorous poems The Pahtv Everybody wentawayfeellne tbat it was good to bo there FRIDAY MOtlNINO loj iltuto was called to order at 030 A few songs wero sung Devotional ex cretet woro conducted by Rev R li- Mabooy who was followed by Rev Ware of Pulaskl who took Issue with n Mr Mabony sad a lively little debate followed which was enjoyed to tbo ut most by the Institute Instructor Cassidy gave a fine talk on cv government This subject was thoroughly dlsuised by the Institute Pro Cassidy then made his farewell address tossing bouquets at the ladles and gave tho gentlemen also his sweet smilesAt point the following resolutions woro Introduced by Mr Mulllns and adopted by tbo Institute WE the teachers of Lincoln county Ky lo session Aug 22 1U02 do hereby heartily endorse tbo following rose lutions lat That wo return tho sincere thanks of our heart to the God of all good for tbo many realized blessings that wo have received end That tbo thanks of tbo Institute are duo pastors of this olty for their IB tercst and help In the dally devotional exercise and to tho INTBRIOR Joun NTL for Its numerous courtesies to tho teacers tnj That the teachers Individually should and do appreciate the earnest cordial and personal Interest shown by Supt Singleton and that we heartily endorse his administration of school af fairs wishing him a long and prospar ous term of omen 4th That In a great measure tbo credit of this tho most generally sat IsUrtory Institute over field In tbe couoty Is due the Instruator Prof M A Catildy He brings to tho work a tore of practical Information unfail log tact kindly humor and the bappv faculty of calling out the boat efforts of P coco teacher Ho takes with him to day our most sincere thanks for bIll work In our behalf our earnest hope for hit present and future prosperity end tbo assurance of our dcslro for tbo benefit of his Instruction at our next meeting 5tb That we return our thanks to Prof PlnkortonA A Warren J C McClary Miss Ella May Saunders Miss Anna Pant and Mr Isaac Lfcrrlo tbe jailor and to every ono who ha shown us courtesy and Interest In ou work Ota That we heartily thank Prof M E Pruitt chorister and Misses Koto Bogle Myrtle Hughes and Georgia f Lewis for their excellent service In ou music Ttb That wo necessarily condemn the action of tho last Legislature of Kentucky for passing the law which requires teachers to lose a week of en forced attendance on this Institution and ask that It bo repealed InIcounty to tho candidate who will mak- i an earnest effort to secure Its repeal and will work for progress In school legislation Oth That a copy of this bo spread on the minutes and ba published In tbo INTFRlon Jot RNAL Peyton and Lowls and War IIMissespovton sang a quartette Tb around tho organ an sang God be With You Till wo bite Again good byes wore sold and th Institute of 1002 IB only a pleasant memory L R HCQUEU Scoy GEORGIA LKWis nsst seoy p CURED PARALYSIS W S Bally P O True Texas writes My wife had ten suffering five years with paralysis In her arm when I w persuaded to use Ballarda Snow Lir- moot which cured her all right I have also used It for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work 25c 60o and U bottle at Pentiya Drug Store LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Harvest King seed wheat for sale A Sloan Hubble J 0 Slier sold to J I Hamilton a black horse for 8136 A G Craig sold to J I Hamilton a ay geldldg for 1100 J A Hammond sold to Gcorgo T Wood a mulo colt for 870 Tom Pence bought of K L Sowdor lot of yearling cattle at 31c JF Cook sold to Fox d Lawson a lot of 1000 pound steers at 40- STItAYEDOnc brindle and two red yearling heifers J K Bruce Josh Jones dollvered to D C Allen lot of 83pound lambs at 675 Pattlson Underwood sold to James McKecbnlo a mule colt for 11- 0CI Miller of Rochester III sold 31 1355lb cattle at Chicago at 330 J M Cress sold a bunch of 700 pound heifers to B F Robinson yesterday at Ie Thomas Ponce bought of G B Broylcs a bunch of yearlings at 31 to 3lc Jack lioaxtey sold a lot of 50 pound shoats at Lancaster yesterday at 326 M F Lawrence sold to J B Poster two yearling steers and two yearling bettors for 870 Some brute ant out the tongue of a valuable more belonging to 0 P Van ArtdaU of Meroor At Rwidvllle Maw Dan Patch wont tulle In 2001 lo his effort to break Star Pair larV figure of 18W Audubon Boy paced two miles in 203 winning with ease at Readvllle Muss Scot Hudion drove him S M Owens 1300 bushels of wheat averaged 02 pounds to the bushel He had a tine crop and sold It at 760 John Bright rUdon by Jockey Knight and backed from 0 to 1 to 0 lo 2 won the Northern Handicap at Haw thorne Saturday FOIt SALB One yearling and three twoyearold firstclass Southdown bucks Price low See them before you buy A W Carpenter Morclaod Ky tf Jake Brown bought nine broke mule In tbe Gravel Switch neighborhood at from 870 to 8117 E W Leo 05 120pound hogs of Hood WorLblnllwo at Jo Melee 6 Huffman bought nine 200 pound bogs at 10 25 Advocate Fred Gerkon of New York sold his fast trotter The Monk and his pacer Fred 8 Wedgowood to Murray Howe of Roadflllo The price paid for the two Is 20000 The Monk was bought for C G Billings of Chicago and Wodgewood for F G Jones LANCASTER COURT There wore several hundred cattle on the Lances tel mukct yesterday and a rood por tion of them changed hands Yearlings went at 4 to 4Ic heifers at 3 to 310iI butcher stun 21 to 3c Lots of mule colts told at 820 to 8 10 while yearlings a and aged ones wont at 800 to 8125 Horsca woro dull T B Embry bought 15 mules In and around Danville at from 875 to 112li The 270 acre farm of J W Lvttle on tbo Lexington pike was sold to W R Denham at 816 Corn In the field sold at 8160 per barrel The Ono pony own ed by A L Denny which has bee stabled at Lexington since the fair bad Its neck broken This Is quite a toislo Mr Danny as bo was offered 8500 for It only a few weeks ago News CHURCH MATTERS aacloser whom were baptlrcd Into that church The Rev Eugene B Kuntz of Hen derson was elected president of the art was ed secretary The shortest sermon on record was reIcent pastor requested to make his discourse brief on account of tho hot weather so bo nounced ns his text Lukoxvi24 Abrahamui myiname persons Abraham Dives and Lazarus It was hot where Dives was Ho wanted to get out So do woo Lot us pray PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGISTS lIrugt1Snlgot our customers We ordered three dozen in December and we are glad to say Ilerbino has given such great satisfaction that We have duplicated this order thrc ealemassay Snlgloy takes pleasure in recommending asIicrbfoo 50o bottle at Pennys Drug Store olnterestaur commission Address Lincoln Con Cleveland Ohio NEWS NOTES ThoFike Fair at Lexington cleared 7060 Oil was struck In the heart of MaxI CityMrs Amanda Mansfield was found dead In bed at Ashland The American Tobacco Company- will build a 50030 factory In Louis ville Ed Tinkler an L N trackwalker was killed by a train near Shepherds vllleGerman sculptors have been Invited- to submit designs for the McKinley monument Handsome profits were made on an experimental shipment of Georgia peaches to England Robbers blow the safe In the AdaIr vlllc posioUlce to atoms and secured a small amount of money Because he was with another woman Robert Tlcbcnor of Evansvllle was horsewhipped by his wife Mrs Rebecca Fast of Barbourvllle W Va ate a dozen cucumbers for supper and dletl before breakfast Woevll boll worms and oxeeeslve boat caused n deterioration of 10 per eonl In the Texas cotton crop The first anniversary of tbe death of President MoKlnley will be observed In Buffalo with memorial iorvtee8 in the ohurahos Judge Samuel H Boles loading lawyer who served In the Legislature and Constitutional convention died In Barren county A new freight house IB to be built at Frankfort for the joint use of the L N and the Frankfort Cincinnati railroad The structure will cost about 25COO Olllalal statistics show 18040 deaths from cholera In the Philippines since the plague started The actual number le considered greatly In excess of these figuresJames Tlndall said to be an escaped lunatic carried oil Agnes Roach a 16 yearold girl of Wilkerson county Ga at the point of a pistol Both are still missing Burglars attempted to blow open tbo safe of Watkins fc Co at Elisabeth town early Sunday morning Two men were arrested for alleged complicity in the crime Ornsley Covlnglon and Charles Hun tel colored wore killed and John OHara white foully Injured by a premature blast at the city workhouse In Lexington Perry McCoy and Anso Halfleld Jr representatives of two families noted In feudal lighting enlisted In tho United States navy at tbo recruiting station at Huntington W Va Hotel proprietors of the State are or ganlilog for the purpose of testing the constitutionality of that section of the now revenue law raising their license for tho sale of liquor Three trainmen wero killed and two others seriously hurt In a freight wrei k on the Southern railway 10 tulles West of Now Albany Tho companys loss la estimated at 850000 Col Thomas Owens the oldest mem ber of tbo bar of Carlisle dropped dead In that city Col Owens served with wellnknown as a writer of war sketches Miss Mabel ORear Iho 14yoar old daughter of Judge Ed ORear of Ibo court of appeals was drowned In the Ohio river near Cincinnati The craft she sod several friends wero In was up set by the waves of a steamboat Tho plan framed by Georco W Per kins for the placing of permanent con protIho southern Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line ore about com pleted RupsellSalto disowns In part an al leged Interview with him in which he was credited with sounding a nolo 0 warning against the formation of In dustrial combinations II However ho IB of the opinion that cars should betaken not to develop the big trusts on tltoo big a scale Marshall who was accused o tho murder of Miss Zoda Vlck In Lo goo county was found banging In a barn near tho steno of his crime Ills 5body was discovered by a farmer An Inquest woe hold and thecoroners jury returned a verdict of suicide A heel plate found oo Marshalls shoo corre sponded with marks found at the spring where the girl was murdered and ibo officers and clllzena have no doubt thet he was tho murderer Tho oxcllement In Logan county has about subsided and business which has been virtually suspended at Rnaaellvllle since tho murder hoe been resumed 11WATCH FORA CHILL However slight at this time of year and in IhU climate it is the forerunner of malaria A disposition to yawn and a all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Herbine by its prompt stimu lative action on tho liver drives the ma lariat germs out cf tho system putifi aithe blood tones up the system and restores health fiDe at Pennys Prug Stoic LANCASTER Ir Circuit court will continue through week If Dot longer Monday was county court day with 0Igood deal of stock on tho market Crops and late vegetables are flour ishing after the recent good rains The ladles aid society will bold Its next weekly meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs W R Cook Burnett Snugars will return to tbo mercantile business If the hotel U re builtThere was preaching lat Sunday af ternoon at Antioch by Elder A R MoorS The Lancaster orchestra has resumed practice after Its recent loss and die lodgement by tho fire Charles Burdetle andJGlvcns TenIll leave the god of September on a pros pectlvo trip to Oklahoma It la stated that W A Arnold will soon erect a brick livery stable on the alto of the one recently burned- A small child of Mr and Mrs W C Carter died near Buckeye and the remains woro Interred there Sunday Mleaos Mary and Alma Lear of Paint Llok entertained In honor of their fair visitor Mite Anthony of Virginia Mlw Pranklo Kauffman was at home to the Social Pound Olub at par suburban resident on Friday eve fling The BastIn Telephone Company of this olty has purchased the Vaa Winkle telephone system of Danville and has taken possession Miss Vesllne Doitoa anti Jon Pollard both of this vicinity woro joined In Iho holy bonds of wedlock at the home of the brides parents Mrs Elizabeth AustIn formerly ot this place died at her daughters In St Louis andjtho remains wero brought to Loulsvlllo for Interment Mrs Jennie Ashcraft formerly a Miss May of Buckeye died In Louis broughthereTbo scarlet fever prevalence of 12 cases at Hlatiavllle has about abated and Miss Olivia Sweeneys school will reopen the let week in September- J M Cress sold a saddle horse to Hudson Bros for 800 James Turner sold a work mule for 80S PrlccBros sold four cattle to Victor Lear at 3o The protracted meeting at Hubbo resulted In 10 accessions andl the ordi nanco of bapllsm was administered Sunday afternoon at 0 oclock in Dlx river The attractIve cantata Snow White will bo given at tbe court house an tbe evening of the 4th tbe proceeds going to tbo Mountain MU slon School at Hlndman The trial of John Clouso will occupy the court the first of the week He and his fatherinlaw were both ar ralgoed for stealing and the elder man was sent up at the last terra for twO years A Linen Social will be hold at an early data by the women of the Tem perance Union to prepare a box for the Mountain Mission School the gifts to corselet of sheets pillow cases towels and all similar useful articles Membership Crusade Day will be observed by the W C T U next Sat urday afternoon by an open session and the serving of refreshments This special service will commemorate the birthday of Miss Willard Dr J M Acton has removed from this place to Bryantsvllle to practice his profession as a successor of the late Dr J C Armstrong Dr Acton leaves Lancaster at the regret of his friends who considered him a good practitioner and holding a left share of the practice bliss Juan Mount of La Grange Is visiting Mrs McRoberta Miss Sue Whitley Murphy of Lincoln and Mr Edwards of Texas are guests of Dr 1and Mrr Beazley Mrs Moore of North MIddletown Is visiting her sea Eld A R Moore Mies Marie Joseph has returned from Eaton Ohio Miss Straker of Florida who has spent the summer with relatives here has returned home Miss Edna Ballou of Richmond Is the guest of the Misses Francis Mrs Grant of Danville la with her mother Mrs Price Miss Jennie Burnside of Bryantavlllo la the guest of Miss Lena Rlgnoy John Em bry of Lexington la with Henry An dereon Miss Maud Miller of Lcxtog ton la visiting here Master G B Woodcock of Danville U visiting Joe Francis Price C E Gaines and wilt are visiting In Sholbyvllle Miss Al ma Carson of Gutbrlo Oklahoma wit arrive ihUweek tovlslt hire Burnalde Mies Maggie Buroaldc of Barbour villa Is the guest of Mrs W H IUD vllhlollIncheater and Misses Rlon of Paris are vlalling Mrs A R Moore Mlsa Bell Denny of Lincoln is the guest of Miss PenaFish of California Mrs Edward Bad gar of Florida Misses Nell Hackney of London and Alllo Arnold this city orillbas returned from Kirksvlllo Mlea Maggie Noel Is visiting la Cincinnati Tr 14 rIVOI 11 i 11N ITV44 K r=t f = v= = 0 i iAU J1 ltPostage Stampssl LtI Arc the only things we sell at cost wel r or at 1lessthan cost Low Shoes the same rj r JITl PAYS TO TRADE AT ltls THE GLOBELMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing j- SYourlit money back It youre not satiSfiedITo miLLER d NOTICE To Country Merchants H + 4+++ I I I IU ++ 1414 ++ We arc 110W in the Wholesale Dry Goods Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods and can save yon from 15 to 20 per cent on the dollar Terms 30 to 90 days Call on us be fore 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 kneedpants worth 50c now at 19c Ceoselistein Co STANFORD KY Superior Grain Drills Special Features Both wheels drivers solid steel frame each disc and draw bar independent improved spring pressure The King of the FieldIt has Imitators but no equal Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY IQ Spools Soap and Toilet Articles tJ Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hocker STJiNFORD nticdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors non perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON j W P WALTON It a CandIdate for lUltroad Commissioner for the M Dlitrlct lulled to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County li a cndldate for State TIMS rarer tubltct to the action of the Democratic ptrtv ROBERT HARDING of Dinrllle lea orodldate for Circuit JnJtto tub Ject to the sctlou of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mcmr It candidate for Comnionrtalth At uroey In tbll the llth judicial dutrlcl rab ct to action or the democralle party Tor Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelby MISS LOMA GREENDP who tried witchingly but In vain to fiddle her- lather Into a nomination for Congress in the Ort Kentucky district la coins abroad to study music and is at present the object of a great deal of newspaper comment The Now York Sun says she leaves at least 150 more or less Inconsolable swains who proposed mar rlago to her during her campaign They argued rightly that as good a daughter would be a good wife and that harmony was ccratlo with a maker of such sweet music Good voyage and the best of teaching to her but there should be a law agalost the exportation of Kentucky girls SourADS teatlmoap before who Uni ted States Industrial Commission is pretty good evidence that the republi cans know they are asserting that which is not true when they try to con tradict the report sheets made public by Chairman Griggs of the democrat- Ic Congressional committee Schwab said It Is quite true that export prices are very much lower than those hereMOSES KAUFMAN has announced for the democratic nomination for mayor of Lexington and If ho should win and we hope ho will no doubt need be felt about his administration It will bo democratic progressive and for the good of Lexington What an Improvement bo would be on old Turncoat Dun can TALLOW DICK COMBS and Judge Beckner were the star features at the recent republican convention In WIn- chester Tallow Dick was a delegate from Lee county while Judge Beckner played the part of the man who knew hi was up against It and declined what was offered hImthe nomination OTilE observant Wattenon remarks that the only time we hear of the four hlodred is when they are married when they are divorced when they sui clde or when they give a dinner in honi or of a monkey And ho agate hits the nail on the bead WHILE dying in a PIttsburg railway station a millionaire offered 31000000 for life In New York a poor foodlcss Hebrew declined an offer of 5000 for the use of his sickly defbrmcd child as a museum freak Money is but trash sometimes TUB ladles will be glad to know that a new fur seal rookery has been discov ered Ills on Bouldyer Island 700 miles southwest of the famous Prlby loll Islands and 3500 miles from San Francisco yet it Is in American territory WE dont believe our friends the prohibitionists will Incorporate the water cure in their next platform They have some feeling for their follow citl zsns whether they be Filipinos or An gloSaxona Louis LANDRAM of the Central Record Lancaster was made chairman of the now executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association A high honor worthily bestowed OWEN COCIIUAN Is out of the rIca for Railroad Commissioner In this district This is good for Mr W P Wal ton who will get most of his strength POLITICAL The Knox punch Is the latest drink novelty in Washington The New York democratic conven tion will be held at Saratoga Sept 30 The Middle oftheRoad Populists of Kansas met in convention at Topeka with only seven present The Cincinnati Enquirer tips Bob Franklin as the next democratic nom inee for attorney general Abel W Pickering has been appoint ed postmaster at Lock Boll coifntyand James F Asher Skidmore Clay coon tyThe Ohio Legislature convened yesterday In extraordinary session to en act a code of laws for the government of the municipalities of the State The candidacy of Alger for the U S Senate has the same effect on the peo pIe as bU embalmed beef had on the soldiers says the Lexington Democrat The discovery that Hell Roaring KentuckyIwas S Taylor was disgrace enough for one State to bearLex Democrat r 4 G Biter Crockett of Frankfort says he will buck the machine to the end in tho fight for Railroad Commissioner In this district Among the features attending Oma has reception of President Roosevelt on his coming Western trip will be a wild race of miles from Deadwood S D to Omaha by member of tba reltlmeut of rough riders and other horsemen of the plains Senator William E Mason of Illi nois declared It extremely probable that Gov Yantls would bo subjected to impeachment for his alleged connec tion with the collection of 5 per cent assessments on State employes Tho downfall of the State central commit teo opposed to the Senator Is predict ed by him THIS DTHAT Stephen Angling Is dead at Living ton Australia supplies 895000000 worth yearIrefused 8300 for his bay mare Mary last week In Laurel county Charles Gilbert shot and killed Riley Owens Tho battleship Maine Is reported to have made a new coast record In Hart county Ben Cottcrell was fatally stabbed by John Thompson Mrs Martha Gaines mother of Edi tor Loving W Gaines died in Warren countyThe First National Bank at Aber deen S D was robbed of 13800 by burglarsRev M Bruce recently closed a meeting at Klrksvllle which resulted In 37 additions Henry Gartln of Bradfordsville purchased 14 mules from different par ties at 160 to 8160 Asliton Bryant of Calhoun sled a petition in bankruptcy Ho owes 83 251 and has nothing President Roosevelt will participate in a bear hunt in the South Carolina mountains next month Mrs Dan McCampbell at Kcoves Tone poured molten lead Into her husbands car Be will recover A Richmond Va man shot and killed a friend who lived in the same house mistaking him for a burglar The body of Miss Mabel ORear who was drowned In the Ohio river was recovered by a fisherman at Petersburg Martin Collier has been arrested at Bedford Ind charged with poisoning tie family by putting arsenic in the flour Rev J M Bruce will begin a meet ing at tho Baptist church at Crab Or chard Septic Rev J E Woolford will assist him- Statistics from the census bureau give the percentage of illiteracy amung males of voting age In the country at 13 per cent as against 6 per cent among the city men For fear of digging up some family skeletons the Fairs are going to allow Mrs Charles Fairs will giving thousands to her family to stand Wo suppose Mrs Fairs relatives think it a laIr divide KINGSVILLE Mrs Meredith Francis Is with her daughter Mrs W L McCarty who Is at Dr OBannone in Stanford Mr and Mrs W R Cundlff have returned from a delightful visit to her parents la Lexington Mrs Elizabeth Taylor has gone to Louisville to visit her son Miss Elizabeth McFarland Is with Mrs DI ace at Somerset While attempting to board a moving frlcght train the other night Logan Hatter of Junction City fell and was severely Injured about the head and back He was taken tq Dr Thomp sons office where hIs wounds were dressed and later ho was tent to his home at Junction City Mr Hatters wife was very sick and he bad received a message to come home and rather than watt until the next day tried to catch tho freight MATRIMONIAL At Independence 0 Robert Bale and Miss Lucy Harris each 15 years were made ono Mr Rufus Llpps and Miss Victoria Bishop of the West End will drivd to this place toraoirpv and be made one by Rev G W Mills of the Christian church of Hustonvlllc Further par tlculara next issue A CURE FOR OHOLERA INFANTUM Last Maysays Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter 0 an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera Infantum The doctor had given upall hopes for recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used ac cording to directions In two days time the child had fully ecovered and is now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have reccomtncnded this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fall in any single Instance For sale by Craig Rocker Druggists Stanford To Pni1TFdtsThe INTERIOR Joun NAL has a good newspaper outfit for sale It includes a Cincinnati Cylinder press two lob presses a Mann press largo enough to print two pages of a sevencolumn paper and lots of job and body type Will sell at a bargain If application Is made at once THE Liberty Fair begins tomorrow IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas Adklnson aged 82 is dead InII MercerA oil gusher has come in near Morebcad to the Ragland field Thomas Raines who killed William Veach In Whltloy was given three years A good flow of oil val struck la the Lawton well near Wllllarnsburg at 1150 feet Judge Clifton J Pratt will deliver tho opening address at the Harrods burg Academy Albert Goodman was given two years by the WhItley circuit courtfor killing Wm Derossett Nathan Jackson killed Josh Wiley at Jelllco by cutting him with a itnlfo The trouble camo up over a debt The Harrodsburg Academy has elect ed Prof W E Ensmlngor as principal for the ensuing term to succeed Prof J C AchUon Marlon Nunnolley a highly rosbect ed cllzen of Pulaskt and a veteran of the civil war died from a surgical operation performed In Cincinnati The Mlddlciboro Fair Association will hold a racing matinee and amuse ment carnival on Wednesday Thurs day and Friday Sept 10 11 and 12 William Harp has been Indlcltd for the murder of Jessie Barton over seven years ago at Corbln Barton father has been working on the case seven years and recently found a clue to the murderSheriff Marcum and Deputy Baker of Clay county delivered to the jailer- of Madison county Robert and Will Honsley charged with robbing John Hunter of 88000 In gold The robbery occurred two weeks ago After a five days conference between coal operators and minors In the Jelll co Teen district a soalo of wages hOB been agreed oa for next year Tbo Laurel and Altamont district will meet today to consider a scale The city council of Uarrodsburg has authorized the olty attorney to prepare an ordinance for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters of the town on an issue of bonds for the purchase of a water and an electric plant Giles Hawkins administrator of Matthew England has filed suit In the Bovlo circuit courl against the C N O T P railroad to recover the sum ot 830000 England was run over and killed by a tram near Paulconer Sta tion Henry L Rhattuok ot ShelUburg la was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted far years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He bad previously tried many other remedies and a number ot physicians without relief For sale by Craig k Hocker Druggists Stanton Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds plendlll table Every Jilng first class Iorten meet all trains 89 Stockholders Muting Small Farm For Sale I desire to tell tlio farm on which I now live It contains 120 acres of fine laud all In grass Is onefourth of a tulle from post office S mile from McKIunoy on 0 S rail road S mite from Stanford and In splendid neighborhood llni comfortable of 7 rooms abundant outhouses In good Good spring In yard and two streams run through farm Fencing fine and enough loole calla on place to keep fence up for 2e arm fronts onyearn W OAKTEU Turnersvlllo ICy PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT zSlli One farm containing about W acre oMed 3U mite from Lancaster t mile from Hubblea miles from Danville and 7 mile from Stanford lying on old Lancaster and one mile of post IllacoIabout 00 acres with lull bathroom and cellar stock barn 50x00 fi et servants homo of two room Ice house buggy house nod all outbuildings Thesecoua l11aco contains about 80 acres with dwelling of four rooms hall cistern etc stock barn ox 61 feet Implement barn tenant house of two rooms both aces fronting on bike The place Is well watered by never springs two ponds one of which Is tho largest and test In central Kentucky and wall with flne tub Doth stock barns and dwelling arB Supplied with a line system of water works water below forced by a 2horse pow engine which is also equippedor gasoline for cutting feed etc The place has about 70 acres now In corn balance In grass and stubble Vine orchard of about four acres All of place under good fence This placed then as a whulet beat bId will bo onethIrdwill be accepted Terms cash balance In one und two draw- Ing six per cent Interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money will sell theAs same time wo lowing towit Ono Deering bInder DeerIng mower steel hay rake cultiva tors corn planter with chock rower disc harrow disc harrow corn sheller cutting Lox onehalt Interest- rolleroneslideIn one hog bexstwo horse spring wagon ono elder mill abou1- 0uOO wagon tobacco sticks lot plow and twothird Interest In 70 acres corn wagon sheath oats and millet hay red cow fresh Jersey cow I good heifer work maro 3 work mules lot steel netting enough to build two corn cribs 10x10x20 Possession for seeding given at oncos full possession Jan 1003 sums under Terms on stock and Implements H10 cash over that amount until Jan 1008 without Interest Nejtotlablo notes Those desiring to look over place wll be shown same by A P Pnrdom premUes For any further Information ads II are W Givens Hubble Ky Auc J 8 k E T MISOB T D English Sate will begin at 10 A u and dinner will be served on the ground You get your goods cheaper hero titan elsewhere and china free with every purchase Two good reasons for trading with us THE GRAND LEADERAVo will demonstrate to you that Tho Grrnd is tho place where you want to do your trading We save you money on every purchase Come int price our goods 11mIseo for yourself tho money cll by trailing with us 9l1C1JClotlull9lyMens vollntuile wok suite worth 84 our 8276 Menanil wool suits nicely rondo worth Si our price 8680 Mens fine black Clay worsted suite worth 810 our Trice 8850 Moils Iuok suits silk lined worth 818 our prlre 1060 Mens well made serviceable trousers worth 8150 ISoourllrice all wool put wvortl- tspecial an r prim 100 Mens 360 pants DntehofS brand wnr ranted go at 8260 Wo have the finqgt lino of pauta rondo at S3 8360 81 and 5 Cano In nUll look at themBoys wolf made suits blnok nloely nwdo at We A bettor suit onsshnoro it 8160 Hays 0 Levy Vroprletorn S D Levy IVlnnnrjer h at e JH BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable truces Old Stand Ilnpot Su STFOflO KY New and St1b Turnouts at l1ecuonabla Hates Special Attention to Travel lag Phone No M TIMBER UND FOR SOLE the bueIiIn order to rtnhlp of Joka Hem tn Jr aed J O Ooll1ter Mr Iwata bavisgdled last Deemboq we will sell IfOIl acres of Umber land IB Adair eoun ty ICy TItle land cantatas between looo Ie1 1150110 1001 of Poplar Ok Wa- laat OlMstotit sad Hickory Umber This tract ot taa4 Is close to tM fanoM oil SNda- of Waratr and Is erosedluglywell ado tot anc ltsrkl pllra All ot the land ta la body and It hi a liorpvln fore OM POT parttcvlars apply to I 0 COCLTBK MKMIvtwr Ky Or to E M Ilar U Ilarroikburg or Oscar Itoatn PavlkMr Ky JaL Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DBAIXM ID Furniture MattIugeRuge They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Filcea right STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR RENT I desire to rent mmproperty situated on Somerset street wwn eonsist log of dwolllnr of seven roam besides kitchen and servants room and II line web tar smoke Aoao chicken Louse coal house and a good stable and It acres of land 2 hydrants one In the and one forttockj well rUtern combined near the door for Said property In good repairJA81 Farm For Sale i having concluded to quit farming I will sell m farm of IS6 acre on MUledg8vl1le and Stanford pike It Is lD state of cultivation very improvements wol watered with never falling springs In Lincoln county Per furtherIformation call on or write to A 1ettus MllledRevlllo Ky Dr P W Loftons FARM fOR SALE It Is located In tho West End ot Lincoln county ICy on Stanford and Mllledgevllle pike five tulle south of Junction City four miles east of Hustonvllle seven miles west of Stanford and two miles east of Moreland a station on 08 It It Said farm contains 256 acres of fertile bluegrass land al of which Is In grass except about 10 acres and has upon It two sets of Improvements realty two terms In one being in ono con tlnuou body but susceptible of division Front part of farm has upon It a large two story lJrlcil residence contaIning 0 rooms a wOltory veranda In front largo twotory porch on rout end of house surrounded dry This residence Is by evergreen and forest trees and within yards On outh portion of furm there Is a frame cottage of four rooms kitchen spring house barns etc Upon entire there are four gcod barns Icehouse 3 tenant houses and other outS buildings Also two good orchards cistern welt etc Forty acres In sugar tree wood land The entire farm 1s under fence and well watered spring Lands and branches running through It Ono ot the barns above mentioned 02 by 30 feet 30 feet high and tiered for tobacco The Immediate neighborhood roads shipping advantages school eta are good and- location Terms of tale will be mado liberal Tim farm will be offered In two lots of 100 and US acres with Improve ments on each lot and as a whole If not sold privately will bo offered for tale pub 1Ilr Sept 1002 at 230 m I P W LOGAN Moreland Ky B0wsley Ilcmcmbcr wo give with every purchase tickets redeemable in chiuaware Oct set free by trading with us Lender jCctdfoj and Ttyons drone Mena heavy Show tho SlBO kind 8100 Mens heavy Shpos the 8200 kind 8100 Yetis flue shoes tho S17R kind 8110 Mons flue slices tho 8250 kind 8180 liens Quo show the 8860 kind 8270 Childrens and boys fihoes in ubundanco at youA 81 Ladles Bonyy shoo worth SlIO nL 8126 LmllcV Itenvy shoe worth gSOO at 8106 All our fine goods roducod in price 41o yard for beet brand of cnlloooa lie anl for 30in blenohcd and un bleuchinl cotton 6c yard for good shining shirtngIlati Me Como in and fit your bay for school and save onouxh to buy looks THE GRAND LEADER Sniul son what wo havo IIJ01 birthday mill Our suggestions now wedding giftsI11111 friends in I Silverware and Cut Glass Watches and Clocks Etc I WHMUELLERII Prescription Security If you knew all the facto about our prescription depurtroerit your proscriptions would come here even if our price wrote high wbkh they never are If you knew the men 4irB wo take to insure the purity Bud freehueea oi eMIr drug if you were familiar with the etifegtitnli we throw about UM oow pounding ami varioui other methods poeuliar to this store you could not help having entire confidence hi till accuracy f any proscription we put up To have wicli forvieo to feel saleis worth something and it costs nothing extrarPennys Drug Store First National BanksCapital Stocki 50000j Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In lift then rcorgauliod as the National Hank of Stanford In Itat and again reorganized as the tnt National Dark of Stanford In 1S6J having bad practically an nnlnter rapted exkteoce faculties It Is boiler supplied now with for transact leg business promptly and well than ever before lu Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited STOCK J B Paxton J U Shanks WP Walker Ooo W Carter a s n n n h u t I Successors to The Farmers lank ti Trust Company and under same continuously for years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Doping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial 1Ky f Officers J B HOOKER Frest J J MCU011EHT3 Ohr lv IL AVBAIIEM We- ptDlroctors F Reid Lincoln Co 1L1 lUrrhuUneolnOo J lit IlMker Lincoln Oo W P Waltan Lincoln Oo J H Collier Crab Orchard M D ramore Stanford II Rsughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Itoblnson Hubble J II Ilauchman Stanford VI I Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL QSOOOO Directors management Officers 8 II SHANKS President J B OW8LKY 1 Cashier W Ali URfORTt M CARSON 8c PENCE DEALERS IN I Carriages Buggies Phae l tons Wagons Buck 11 boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand andlare sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes I fTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL IVY Auo 20 1002 In filling your prescriptions wo uao proportlonenot do better If yon paid us double tbo t price which Ii always reasonable Yen Iye Drug Store PERSONALS MRS MP NORTH wont up to Pine yule Saturday UBV U B MAIIONY went up to Mt Vernon Saturday IAMBS BDRICE and family attended tho Brodhcad fair Miss LUCILLE COOIHH is visiting Iluatonvlllo relatives Miss EVA LAWJIHHS of Richmond Is with Miss Mary Hundley MRS ALICE CLOYD spent sovoral days with friends at Junction City Miss MATTIK THORNB of Bourbon rcame over Saturday to visit Mrs L L DotyMR AND Mns UoitACg BROWN Went to Cincinnati Sunday to remain some tlmo Wilt GlLMOitu of Danville was tho guest Sunday of Mr and Mr n O Farris MBADAMHB J R MOUNT and James Dunn aro with their brother Mr R1 L II STONE and Wm I Stone havo returned from a visit to ret Mires at Lancaster Mas P E Iewll and uhlldran ot Montgomery Ala are with her father Mr r M Pennlngton 1Ilsa BUTTIK RociiaSTBR who has at Independence Mo returned homo Saturday JAUUS DENNY Is In Lincoln where he will spsnd n fortnight with role tives Lexington Democrat LEWIS JONKS of 1lnovlllo spent several days with the family of Joieph Covey at the Veranda Hotel Miss NBTTIB WALIMR of Loul tyule It with the family of Mr J W Uubanks In the Hubble section MRS M D BLMOKB and Master William Sheridan WesterflaW are vis iting relative In Cat pballsvllla- MiBBBB DYRT JAMKSand Annlo Bro nangb ot Crab Orchard are RucsU of MlH Margaret Settee at Somerset MM K SHKWMAKKR anti Miss Della Covey of Moreland left last wart lo visit ralatlvns at Pawnee O T- MM OM W DROWN Is In Clnoln raft this week taking In the Pall mil MMry opealaps and bvylac her Fall hay Mm KMTTlK OOVRK of Stanford t t lithe run this week of Mle Dele I Steelier on High Street HtohmoDd Recltiar B 0 PttfNiNOTOK who has a post tine at the Hewtos of Reform near LoxI ington spent several days with his then hero MR AND Mm M O MYATT left for their homo ID Birmingham after a pleasant visit to the family of Bid Joj 1eophBallou MASTBKSON PBYTON of KnoxYlllo spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife and children at Crab Or chard Springs t GHOItGt E Madison are guests ot Dr and bir Clifton Fowler MRS L D ROSSBAU of Phoenix Arlaona and Mr J B Jones of Som erset have boon guests of tho family Eld Joseph Dallou MR JAMBS Fimt of Hustonvlllc Is now a fullfledcod stock trader i was at Lancaster yesterday buying al I soiling right and left MR JOHN B MEItS1l0Y camo up from Somerset Sunday to spend the day with his family Ho Is well pleased poltloaj LYNN of Stanford Is hero to resume her class In olo outloo Miss Jennie Lynn also of Stanford II visiting her sister Mr J E Claunch Somerset Republican MR AND MltS GUJIUNUUHRY BRIGHT have gone to Denver and Colorado Springs They expect to make their future home In Colorado Advocate Miss LICCIE BBAZLEY after a de lightful visit to frlendaln this county loft Saturday for Morehead to again take charge of thO boarding depart moot of tbo C W B M school thoro- MESSRS JOHN BAILEY and A Benedict oxLlncolnltcs and e stantial citizens of Washington county paid this ofllco a pleasant call Pride They Bro always glad to get back with old friends hero HQNM F NORTH Messrs T 3 North and A M Poland Jr MIe cam Sudlo North Dolphin Newland Ol lie Newlaod Eva Dalley and Janie and toIMammoth Cavo Tim wives of W D McKlnnoy W f H Wearen and W N Craig arc with their children sojourning at Crab- Or chard In order to have abundant ro emIhusbands spend as w them ai they can spire from business PROP AND MRS M O WINFR- ho left Sunday for Mlddlesboro where t former will bo principal of the city school A number ot friends wore at the depot to bid them adieu and wish them well la their new home General t regret Is felt over Stanfords loss of Prof and Mrs Winfrey t JOHN H MEIER of Danville was hero yesterday J M CARTER JR has been quite of malarial fever spentSunday LancaeterIII Wllliamlburlr NorLhMlddlelown returnedfrom lIIIeMRS MASTBKSON PBYTON of Knox yu BuMRGentryMRStin Flaolgan aro visiting friends In Louisville IpentSundaythis county MRS CHAS T THOMPSON of Fay otic la visiting tbo family of T M Ponnlngton Miss JENNIE NUWLAND U at Broil IpeolallltMR AND Mns HORACE HBRNDON of Lancaster woro with Mr and Mr J SundayMR and wlfo return ed to Nashville yesterday attar a visit at Mr Richard Blbba Miss MYRTLE AURAMS hat returned aucompanlodhome MR J M REYNOLDS and wife o thlattertbmorrofor t of her aunt Mr Dr J M Owens Rev AND MRS S M RANICIN dollJbofulC MR COLUMJIOS BISHOP bug malarial fever lib eaten MUsot Marla and Lou Bishop Bra also down with the tame disease Miss M KAY SALLHE who won 2d priM In the elocutionary contest her goldSomersetMRS OP STUCKY of Ashland an MAe Mary Alpha Traylor of Gilbert Creole and Messrs P h Fox and a Dudderar have been visiting tbo tamp of Col W Huff Duddarar LOCALS styllas willdHiaroTUB colored fair at Uuslonvllle drew big crowds and good nook It Is thought that It will declare a dtv deada BAIL was fined 15 In Judge Carton court for flgbllng Arnold Cook with whom bo fought was acquitted dayforfor the October term of fiscal court Gco B Cooper clerkrCOAL toomuto till yo atsd plonIiyofTttE Llncon C Qarrard Colored Fair begins hero Thursday nod continues laI0forwardd to OLD TERRAPIN A P Sloan of tbo Hubble section found a terrapin the other day with the following carved Ire back J W A R 18M Who know anything about it ofMra gallant old Confederate soldier died la Rockcastlo a few days ago at an advanced age A family survives him Poppiesbadfew eights since They were under a tree which was battered Ho did not find them In time to savo thtilr hides RATS Walter Wood of Daovil uhClaims to kayo caught a rat which d euppoappr Britain ofoeedJ his Frldacewhore ho will bo the guest of Mra Del tlo Little Ho will likely preach a num ber of sermons while In that ely TILE London Fair begins tomorrow and lasts over Friday Tbls Is ono of tbo very beet fairs In tbo mountains promisesr to Tbo L S N Dyers a veto at ono faro for Ibo roundtrip EYpA SMALL crowd witnessed tho clover presentation of Tho Girl From Cuba at Waltons Opera Houso Saturday night by the Eclipse Stock Co The muslo by both brass band and orchestra was good Tho acting was creditable and the specialty part flntclaii tickIetTHE Daughtersof tbo Confederacy will meet with hire H J McRobens tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock w SEPTEMUER loth Ii tho leer day for paying school taxes Remember the penalty W H Wenron treasurer POCKET HOOK LOST Pocketbook containing 148 In paper 60e In silvers me paper and ncedlea lost on Bast Main Street Return to Lizzie Salter and receive reward THE infant ton tipdr and Mrs W A Bubanks of Paris was burled In ffalo Comelery Sunday The moth er was a daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Stephen of this county THE oldest house in Stanford cor nOr Lancaster street und railroad cross InlI being torn down and Mossr A T and J R Nunnelley will build a handsome twostory dwelling in the place nf It The old landmark will be missed Tub will wadayand Poyton will teach at Mra Annie Withers residence on Danvlllo Ave Mils Georgia Lewis at corner of Main and Somerset Sta Mrs Cochran at 80 Bast Main and Mrs Saufliy at East MaleNortoEit has been tho aim of the Central Ky Real Estate Exchange to secure options on that class of property anxiousfeouro a low prlco on same and hold out some inducement to buyers Read bargainsI railroadcourt held at tho courthouse and speakers will be prevent who can and will give roa or why wo should do all In our power to ecuro the extension of tbo Southern Railroad through Lincoln county Talk tho meeting up and come to it J Fiebbackate Nashvilled i division to a similar position Lope thye Mr Flshback John J Cotatt a con deafer on the Cumberland Valley dl vision succeeds Mr Weatorfleld wit h headquarters at Mlddloaboro VapoNburgllsuooass In every particular Good crowds attended both dove and tbo der was perfect An Interesting pr whiletcontest night was a most enjoyable occasion An Im manse crowd attended tbo contest owwhich Mr W S Dutch of this place was chairman and each player was BSaelleySingleton of Waynctburg were tho judges and otter much consideration awarded the first prize to W H War oe second to Alex Martin and third t urIIBII The following gentlemen talks at the picnic Judge WbM S others ANOTHER Brodhead Fair la a thing of tbo past and a pleasant memory t many who look forward each year to the good exhibitions given by the Ilac castlo Fair Association An o crowd witnessed the boat show of stock of the meeting Friday and order was perfect throughout Everybody seemed onboot on having a good time and if there was ooo who did not succeed In doing so It was no fault of the fair manager- or the hospitable people who live In and around tho splendid town of Dro a head Ono of the most successful blbliora of the meeting was J C Slier of Paint Lick who made 1 shows and got nearly a dozen bluo ties hileaa had something to do with Mr ollera eucccss Hnrvo Dunn and Miss Hilton captured tbo bluo tlo In tho fancy turnout ring something they have dono Duo1e an 0 Kant Stanhope Andrew Buchanan as turnoudmoney at went wild when the aged Armp flint won the walking ring over a largo Dunnndt riding ring and his father A Dann In the gonllcmana riding rla Tho trot Friday afternoon was won straight heata by Bud White of son Davo Wilcox got second money and Mr Riddle third Den Dunce with Don Wiggins got the running taco and R H Bronaugh with Red Bond took second money W D Wal flare twoyearold was third Mr Wai llna speedy youngster was put in to fill but ho mado a fine showing The mule taco as usual created much merriment Competent judges say Ibat this years fair will declare a far dividend some putting It as high as i5 per cent The management is de serving of congratulation for the eves ot the enterprise LoV1estTUB Liberty fair bglnetomorrow If you want to have a good time go and go early MR J E RRUCE reminds us that next Friday Is tbo 40th anniversary of tbo battle of Bulls Run and tbo 20th anniversary of the breaking out of cholera In Stanford MR RIDDLE who represents H J Heinz Co was called away and could not see all who wanted preserves dec Wo will have a nice sample lino this weok and kindly ask you to oall and sea thorn and leave your order logo ID tho first shipment Biggins McKlnney WHILE drivingto Lancaster court yesterday hissers William and Lutb or Underwood bad un exciting time oaydaehedfaco out In several places but Mr Wil liam oacapod with a few brulaaa only MR W H WBARBN tax collector and treasurer for tbo graded scbbo s tried yesterday before Supt Gar Singleton and exboaerated of the charges of negligence and incocnpe tency preferred against him Those who know Mr Wearon can best apprc elate the absurdity of such charges Splendid Bluegrass Tarn at E 1BU1 JusR OB Tuesday Sfpleniber at 4eepmonthe iIfitttic lau Samfoixl Erxlnembnologryarrce cod tfDantlaeoat yyalerd aDd 14 mla lrem taene tltatMn lyautllullylotxlafbrat qltlhJ ur black sloe sal Slry tlreernst si tStuwneeU book vintage hoots to beute lien qteewedwithin May reach of IJaBflUo Ire xlMiUonal W of Kentucky Termeotuleeuyaad will to maM known oa sale ElUabetb Milan deceuadTSeed Wheat for Sale IAN bushel of choice Iced wheat for wile at We TlJII wheat ylMdcd a734 bushels sere Snamle at Lincoln County National IlftHk niekley k Wllllami Knob Lick Kyel PUBLIC SALE nON SATURDAY AtTOUST M 190J J fiMilits the Ool Reuben Jlunday farm situated In Madison county Ky a miles south of J lylnebetweenMaddjr Oreek road containing about 4Si acre wltti good subntautlnl dwelling ten ant iryleada i separateact I tr t RlrentorQ tM Terms onutlilrU cash balance In jInrto look at sold form before the sale will l promlaesho J iItig Salo of Stock Crop and Farming Implements at Wild wood 011IiWednesday Sept 3 1902 offer for sate at auction at the 0home plaeo Wildwood StoelfParm three countyliyrhOlgesbyUIbyfledLoralno a great prospect for a trotter also liedoImplements etc Aekranted pnbllcly on day of wile It Is ono of the beoItin Kentucky Terms of saleA credit of four months without Interest on alnolutolv safe paper tunluIIIIUooableany note However ell sums under 815 cash In hard No property to be removed clrcerwtncear9 t Sale will begin at 10 A M Dinner served on the grounds OODDARDxOnpt T D English Auctioneer luther information or catalogue nd 4dress Glare or Iaul Ooddard at llorrods burg Ky or n E Goddard Ilurpln Ky voSplcaili 21uesras Farm at PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY SEPT 1B02 I will offer at public sale my finely Improv ed WuogrMs farm of 750 acres la western part of Lincoln county Ky about 3X mlles oast of Hustonvllle and one mile west of antitThis form and Improvements Is one of the Lintand frame metal tart containing nine rooms with veranda porohet etc ueastockh0cattlo good tenant house of S rooms Ccrib Ice moat coal and poultry loosest cistern at kitchen door Grape arbor and Ono neverfalling orchard ot choice apple Thisiwater In rock walled ponds About 150 I acres In bluegrass 50 In timothy and 50 In stubble and carat largo sugar tree wood land Larger port of lead Is good hemp and tobacco Everything Is In npprecialediItIt desired Immediate possession desired At same tlmo and place will ItI alMcKInneygood Shorthorn cows and calves nice bull genlautOD high grade ewes with Southdown shoats 200 barrels of corn to be put In shock general line of farming im plomcnta beet etc Anyone desiring toI myuCT V E4glltb Aue D tl JODNIlTOlIE- at NEW HATSLate Styles for Fall I OUR 300 YII4Three ICome in told shapes see the new Cummins ScMcClaryt tf a K a j iq i LAST CHANCE 1A few Ladies and Childrens Slippers left mixed sizos and keepthemthing like cost for them Itcosts nothing to look at them and very little more to purchase TERMS CASH Fk J McRoberts The Winding UpI of our spring and summer busi ness presents an opportunity to our customers to buy summer ftj goods See us for bargains The Beginning of the lull season finds us with lyi1percales ginghams etc ISeVerd n i Sons New Store tnndFARM FQR SALE Having concluded to quit farming I will my farm of 1S5 arras on Ilustonvlllo S 2 miles from Hustonvlllo Farm Is In agpod state of cultivation well dwellingottobacco barn a stock barnc Considerable of tbls lead la virgin wll KyPthis place Oood utand to tell goods l NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 00 acres just outside of tbo town limits It U one ot tho homes around Stanford and Is well Improved with a handsome dwelling lies good kitchen and splendid dry cellar Kino water and electric lights furnished free Stoat of the outside feat log Is kept up by others Very little fence log to do Splendid barn a good cistern at door Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Rood roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Oall and tee the place J S Ilundley Stanford t f THE JNTERIORJDURNAL Rnlcred n the pottoffice at Stanford at condclau mailer rrUahectrucSa3r and rxtaov 1- 1S1 PER YEAR CASH lwWh n not aoPaielIB2001I1 beeharged- I 0 I KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 74Tnln 101111NorthMM U4G I m 026to II t 280m 102II SouhMM12MmNo 23 n i 1252 p m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION = 1MISNo 4 IctYM Stsntonl at Nol5arrlvaatStaofordw l lsam- No 31 lesres SUnford at 230 pin A S PRICE Burgeon Stanford Ky 1 o DSotoTf McKobru1 Drac Star In the Owilej I Uaildlni R A JONES I DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higpins A McKlnnoys Stor Telephone No 01 NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSES fcSJKPMn JUNCTION CITY KY r FirstClass Turnouts at Heawnable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and liar For Sale A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers ltle services as Auotoiner tot the people of Lincoln County will plelllc both In work and price Write to him MONUMENTSPln White Drone in to tono lu the monument head aewdmpbusiness what the Ing machine It to the old band method or Itto the theeagehIt fa Is theaadvanced thought- lof Indestructible and will perpetuate re cords and lace of ttyrostodsliver beautiful with a appearance It Is very Ploaae hold your order until you can It C r cJ 0 g JCMcWllorter Agt onn OUOHATID KY J+ G+ JlJcG1JA Y UNDERTAKER E1U ALMER AndDealoailn SABNESS 5 DDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Bpecli JUtJof Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Vednedap and Thursday Sspl iCii Consult Dr Goldstein If you want u po lio r glasses or p ctacles to itrengtben 3 our eyes OfflehouM 0 a m to 5 pm E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Mm TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1IloaeaadlotInStnkrdhelronmco UoodforamaaWINo S SiuillfarM 7amt S mil feel HoHMOf feIIr roonw leek jwreh od t veranda Uoool barn aothcrbulldlnp ln good repair Cut lndx fields well fenced se acres 10 uln fruit trees rut In gra ana targbegoldatbargainGCloaeutoschooolanal church tw a ftb lrlte r uo ThUliaUrjiln No s IloueeaudlotIn Stanford House eon talus fire rooms loud stable and acres of Iod welt fence One of pr ttlr t building IOU In on room enough In trout far two other cottage or i2 Story foul bt built to the cottage and be made a beuUlIIl home Will be sold eheal as tbe owner mutt have money No 4Two slorr frame dwelling 7 room and veranda Good girden fencing and houe 10 good repair For al or Pile reasonable No S HouM and Iplta Stanford Thtrorooi and front reh and stable Uoool repair WlUUsoMehe p No 7 HouM and lot In Stanford IS IIorte nom Uood garden amok and coal bouse 0017 1300 10 s FanaofSOierca2 miles Iron ttan ford on county road 23 acre In eultlTatloa Iteo in lasture 2 good orohardi and real In Umber To MSllroturf bun and outbuilding watered and leodol fairly Rood rises MO be bought It your price as owner Una In IndUnaj its and most have money No 9 firm of ZB aorta four man from Stall fordonbcttpUelnthe county Sixty acres tn 6 In and wheat 40 in corn timothy duTer In one bltMI5I h itlulx Adds well fence welt watsrel never fallingwell IIId spriu gai pond Twodwlltit ie Situ and out fmlfilliiin pike for tareeiosrten of mile Ioelh riMi eB rih Plenty frlt tnb and seoushualewtoasake0000poua A plead frou lb th arecenntlyrefwatfi5uecIaetWeudWerthis 837 ill per sae- ollJ p acres lied with necessary 1110- Wlllit tulle from SwalonL Dwrllloj fa- rooms Vrraoda hall awl Laife kant anal house lk WI Ind fenced and HUI- IIIin good repair lrtca rwuoaa- MNoKPw lll j rei and porch ouebullp and garlu Also urge is stoercam 21xee fat Iowa rouse MlIIlet1 roiiatcn shelter etc Water lu dweUlg as all ciders and well on ptace Nt back of tore One mile froID Suntord IlHlUlE In t and dwelltag orlglnaUr test IIIIW aBd stsreorrfleon Will aU Urth for JiM will rent or sell teparattir- No1 Iaerfar H mile of Crab Orehir Ky llrtkdw owe JeMBt bsaw- two barn well aJilirli tear Faro la high smite of cullltailw 160 acres rlTer lutist mud good fencing troll tc lrk WW an No 1IIOOem ol land on Lancaitcr itrettl Crab Orebnt ppo rrtnll Ingram uo proremeotsexcept largestock bern buodaolf ol 10 water bulWlaf alte U town 1rIt8 tOuO No 1JA aka eotlage and lot on Laneuli street Stanford cistern eta COlt 000 mn hrcaonndN 16410 In SLdhon county tire miles South of Richmond and 2 mile of Knf ton lying bNween pig IlIM turnpike nd It fret Muddy FrambulbiingsvtreklarnouhuiMingi- Ae water one oue springs InSentucky in yard Ile slat tarn In gibe far the money Price O per acre No 17A farm of lee acres near Huttonrllli DvcUln of eight room hail veranda etc OBI tenant home stock barn large to1ltO barn and other outbuilding Cistern and good well In the yard and water In ever field on the place Fare tilt ta seven field sod Ent ela5land No SQFarm of 10 acre situated oat Kings sale Ky 80 acres to cultlratton 18 In timtrm watered two good tarns and otbe Outbu1151np repair I wetUac ouinantlTc 0 ts within 300 lands of three ehurebt- auhuelostotfn and C K depot lreperty lies 0- 0Ilh and county road and L the most farm In that section Fro will sell the whole farm ter U 100 or In parcel of not fen than tern to vltpurcbuer This Iscertalnlycheap property No MPara of 75 acre watertenciugDw lIng1I8OI1 barn sic Well nd + In Productive lime Iooe laud In good oevhtnrbood close to tthoo ud oo Good rod Pttce aoo No 51 Alarm Of acres In Lincoln county fhrngood dwellings rood birni aodother out rnndlags each louse bun etc about the tenlr- of 100 acre All on county road M mile from hnrch aebool sod o tofS Lars well mil watmel This Is a l tubtMO firm and would mil two or lone finllln that ulh want to come rout the same neighborhood Price reatoosbi No MA farm ol ins acres U Casey county Ky One and onehalf dwelling with ell room sod Urn and other outbuilding Sixty seres In ulttratlon 45 acres In timber fruit trees etc ays well on county rod close to churches jhooletc Price only No 86Farm ol itsaura fn Casejr anothertarytrame dwelling two Rood barns utbullillngs In good repair Splendid totMcco md and In A bargain at two No tI7rmorllli acres In Casey county A now two story S room frame dwelling and ol- deIIIng In fair u ndltlcin llama and other outbuilding On county raId splendid tobacco land rell watered two welli spring etc This U a de irabl botue Price tlSoto No M Fifty urea near Pleasant Point Ky rime home t rooms and Barn sod other utbulMtng 4 ears In cultivation rest In tin ber Well MU yards from poslodlbool od church Jaya well on pike and in corn IIuoll We Save buyer for or aero faun sltuatnl row one 10 three wiles from town Alto bunfor bout acres situated from one to four mule rum town with or without iDiproreinent Alto a buyer for sn tooo to Jio ooo fart close to town No IK Four houwi and lots lu Rowland Ey rlteiliiOeaeb No 00y acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Twostory house roomi hallTeraoda It sere iplrndld land tJtanford Prop ray In good water and light In boast eu- ternt door lleautlfHl home PrleeW000 No M Home of fire rooQtti porch one acre ol roust and good stable One mile row town SM No W Pita of sere 8 mile from Stanford rims dwelling ofT rooms 2 2 Uru one log stable sod wagon shed combined the usher i extra good trams with collie sheds attached rurlnt tobacco AltoorB i for toner smokehouse and earn crib Fine orchard coring In good repair W watered cUUrns ele This farm his been occupied a former own er yeuDd la well presented and Iniprured la In Ineofr lclfle school for tor hall grain rent find caltUatcd In f8n1 what toiero and clover Title leree4- ostpreentownrS300 U county records will ew No II twe4Uogof4 room with 20 acres land tasked ioed barn and necessary outbulld- Istrawberrrres orchard 2 acre Immediate potaexlon Price 1800 No M Fan of 100 acres near Crab Orchard ew1torr frame dwelling of 8 room lull sad randa hamnasuokekouseetc In goral repair Well watered good orchard Cut In 5 90 irea In wheal 40 acres In corn S In timothy rlt- tn graze Irlce NO per acre No M Frame hotel large room double reran u hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom rootlooc street 3u feet Irons hotel up stain lull efordwelllng 1 nice cottages nicely furnished ipered and painted rooms and veranda each A lar barn rn MOle lot uwd u llrery table loud gIn Vaoantlatadjolnlngau feet front by fed deep All of this property ta In London Ky1 id Is a one chance for autos one to make mousy roprletor has refused to rent property fur 510 mlnlh On account of ill wife only reuoo for selling proprietor desire to exchanger farm In Llnouln county 8acres of timbered land on Carpenter Creek In Casey county near IJneoln line tell In nut slay for 1- T5Dissolution Notice Notice Is hereby given that the Wayne 011 k Qai Co will dissolve and go out bul- nelll Person having claims against the company wilt present them at oncet those owlug ecomauvmustsettleatonceJ G D Wcathcrford Sec A Teens ANNOUNCEMENT The 35th annual session of the Stan ford Female College will begin Monday Sept 1 1002 The college Is a regularly chartered Instltutlonernpo ercd to confer the usual literary de greea and Its graduates rank amonI the moat highly cultured women of tbo community It la also a thorough graded school each pupil In attendan being placed In classes stilted to ber ago and attainments and receiving tbe Instruction adapted to her capacity Bnd grade The classes are not eo Ilrge but that every pupil tn each grade may enjoy at every recitation the person attention of the teacher and an oppo tunlty to recite tho lesson I refer with pleasure and with no lit tlo pride to tho work done In the 001 lego last session The deportment- our of pupils was well nigh faultless heir devotion to study both at homo and In the class room far above tho averag and their progress In their work most gratifying to the teachers and so lar as we have heard to parents as well The teaching force for tho omlnl session will with one exception be tbe same as hwas last session Miss Maulo Paxton and Miss Ellen Ballou contmi log to occupy tho positions which thef have filled so long with such dlstl- KUlshod success and to the cntlro sail faction of both the pupils and the 111 trons of tho college My own long and wide experience ai an educator In some of the best schools In thocountry qua Iflea me I think to pass judgment In such matters and I herewith ox pro the conviction that the work dune In Stanford Female College Is equal In every way to that done anywhere In any school of similar rank The girls and young ladles of thlll community have the opportunity of ot taming right at their own doors broad thorough and finished literary and musical education not surpassed In any Institution of equal rank for tho higher education of young women anywhere la the land In this conviction and upon tbo rec ord of the work done In the college Ins session while expressing my heart appreciation of tho genuine goodwll and the cordial support both moral am financial which I received from many of the very best people of the commun- Ity amid the adverse circumstances under which wo carried on our work las session I respectfully solicit the pa tronage of the citizens of the town ant the surrounding country for the Dew icsslon which will begin Monday Sept I With their help tho college will rater upon a now era of usefulness and prosperity It may be well to state for tbe benefit of those who have not seer the college building that the class rooms In tbo recitation ball have high lolllncs are well lighted and venlllat cd and are furnished with comfortable leaks and all needed appliances for sue essful school work The boarding haUl which will accommodate comfort bly about 16 pupils Is equipped wltb rater works electric lights and good ubatantlal furniture As It opens lm acdlatoly Into the recitation hall loarding pupils need not at anytime be xposed to the weather In any way For ataloguo address B J PINKERTOX Presu A WORM KILLEU J A J Montgomery Fuxlco Wayne Co Mo writes I have little twin Iris who have been bothered with forma all their lives I tried everything to relieve them which failed until I used Whites Cream Vermifuge the first two doses brought four worms from one of them tho next two doses 12 one of tbem measuring 12 Inches the other child wa only relieved of four worms It Is a most excellent medicine Whites Cream ermlfuge Is good for children It not ooly destroys worms It helps the child to perfect growth wards oil sickness 2 at Pennys Drug Store wasThe White Squadron off Gloucester harbor by tho Blue Squadron Commander Pillsbury was compelled to mako an unconditional surrender Ie was aboard Admiral Igglneona flag ship the Kearsuge and formally tendered his sword which In turn was declined Commander lllsbury was making for Salem wben- tbe Blue Squadron sighted his vessels WENT TO VISIT HIS SISTER A J Cottldgham went to Washington aunty Ark to eec his sister and while there was taken with flux djrstcntery and was very bad oft He decided to try inmberlalns Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and was so much pleased wUb the prompt cure which it effected Ihat he wrote the manufacturers letter In praise of their medicine Mr Cotting ham resides at Lockland Ark This remedrl for sale by Craig Hockcr ruggists Stanford Prof Corey of the Chicago Unlver slty demonstrates that there are only 253 per cent of deaths from lightning In any given 10000 square miles of territory But science ought to give sta tlltlcl of how to dodge It to be alto ether satisfactory Paducab Demo e nt A WORLD WIDE KEFUIATION Chamberlains Colic Cholera and arrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for Its cure It never fails and il pleasant and safe to take For sale by- Oralg Hockor Druggists Stanford I SAME OLD THING Same old baby same old bib Samo old colic some old crib Barno old tack point In air Samo old shlnbono same old swear Samo old book same old schools Same old dunce cap same old rule Same old girls same old boys Samo old marbles same old toys Same old offlcc same old work Same old grumbling same old shirk Samo old food same old clothes Samo old joys and lama old woes Same old husband same old wife Same old round of toll and strife Same old debts and same old Ills Same old sorrows and same old bills Same old sermons lama old songs Same old rights same old wrongs Same old church game pow Samo old members faithful few Same old circus same old clown Same old license same old town Same old jokes aged and gray Same old opera same old play Same old doctor same old pills Same old lawyer enema old wills Same old sickness game old health Samo old poverty same old wealth Same od life from day to day Samo old path same old way Same old freeman same old slave From the cradle to the grave BLUK G BAUD Tho Fairs The fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Liberty Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Somerset Sept 2I days Bardatown end Glasgow first week In September KIliabvihtowB and Bowling Green second week In September Interstate Pair Louisville fourth week In September How Ions will it take the man to fill the be does not stop the leak 1 To attempt to nourish the body when the stomach is dis trylogsack with the hole in it When the stomach and other digestive and nutritive organs arc ills there is a constant loss of nutrition En ougb is eaten bodyloses proof that the eaten itlargely wasted because it is not digested and as similated Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures the stomach and other of digestion and- nutrition It the leaks by which nutri tion is lost and enables the building of the hotly by the nutria Lion derived from The gain In weight proves the euro Three year ago I was takes sick with what Ind1cutlonIteaNantucket Mass He rare me tnnfidne for the trouble but I could not eat even a little toast or oatmeal without nlTering severely tn a few riJhtInagain and he add I had catarrh of stomach L100tmenced taking Dr Pierce medicine and won began to feel better I have taken alz bottlea of Golden Medical DlKorery two of Pirorlte Prescription and six Dr fIerce s Pel I have gained ten pounds Can cat every thing Dr Pierce 1 Pleasant Pellets cure cou eUpation RAMS FOR SALE Pure Southdown Rams for sale Call on or write to W MeKlnnoy Kldd n Store ICy The Hill Academy Next lotto begins September 1132 Wo ask for the patronage of all parent who desire their children to have the advuntngi of a drat slass thorough training Thou theyIhtorferoS M ItANICIN Principal FOX 5 LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLnw Office In Masonic ldK SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Ilankruptoy Court Collections made and promptly remitted GREEN MI mm MUttS Phil Casey Co Ky Mfrs of Jeans Cassinettes Lmscys Flannels Blankets Yarn we make a specialty of roll carding and also of 3nlyIn samplesofsave you freight STATE COLLEGE e Of KENTUCKY T The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viziaAgricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Phyilcftl Knto mologlcal 1liytlologlcnl Normal School Cln ioal Mechanical Engineering Elec trlcal Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Knjriiiosring molt of which ex tends over four years sad loads to n tlrgreo Inet graduate courts of study lire also provided leading each to n toasters degree Each courio study in organized uu dor a separate fnuiilt Tbo general faculty uuuibcm more then professor and instructorsCounty Appolntcea receive tuition room rout In dormitories fuel and 4 lights and tf ttiuy rtmnln 10 months traveling expn t s The laboratories and museum aro large well equipped comprehensive and mod ernThe last and tho preceding Legislatures npprnprlatwl 00000 for a college homo for young women and JSOUOO drill han and cy niinsJum fur men Military tactics and science aro fully provided for anti required by Con tcM Graduates from the SevrrAl courses of study readily find eIcellunt positions and liberal remunerations Tho demand U largely in oxen of the alrtllly of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 691 For catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission rfpplyto JAMES K 1ATTEllSOX 1h D LL D 1rciltlent Or to D O FUAZEE Uuilucit Agenttotox Examinations begin Sept tit 1QO2 Fall Term begins Sept 19 I9O2 t Stanford Female CollegeThe 3th annual srssion of this well knnwn ami jMipular Day and Boarding School for Girls will upon tipt I Fur catalog IUl rPM t B J riiilccrtoii President Stanford ICctitucky O L OARPRN lit W O WITHBH9 Try an Elastic Felt Mattress They are guaranteed We sell them Withers Furniture Co 1 Madison Institute For Young Ladies J W McCARVEY Jr Pros Richmond Ky lleaatlfally situated In the blueeras region lla advantages tlMt ether tamale I bktorlTheVnlvetlty or Mieldgen tnn Arbor OoluUlbln tnlvenlty N Otty VanderMlt rcnlty and others of the world greatest school with record 8urJtt its JnilrM tore Music department rxroptlonally strong wltb SnitrurHirs from the greatest fontvr PrscueetIllustratednossalraost ankmiwn cad table No IQMV te rber lItod forhantlsnae rataloetM i CHRISTIAN COLLEGE e Dr Oscar B Fallis President HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Session Opens Monday Sept 1st The president is n graduate of Kentucky University Hoepont ttt several yours in Univorsity of Munich Gcriimny vliorclio II cured his dogrco Ho has for ono time bcoi oonncatcti with Drake University DM Moines Iowa lIe trill bo ugistod bn full corps of experienced tonohors YEFtDILLEHADA1TVILLE Manufacturer ot BRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Cal REMEMZ36JIZ Tlmt sp called cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho premium may cost you n hundred in it lossThat only solid cash in eight and experienced management guarantee sure That insurance in the Homo of New York can bo relied on Jesse D Wearon Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OnrrnrxlUoyle and Onsey Counties Kentucky Farm for Sale UutonvtlleOood dwelling and splendidoutbulidlnga hemp towceo II O Cover Atli onvUlo Kr Hustonvillc Property For Sale propertysituatedeast side of Uolleco street In lIuitcnTlllc ICy oon I tlnp of hotel and livery itaole and vacant lot This property t well at andliverynecosseryforcant lot for private residence If desired a Propertyityouwltntcall on or addrtll 1 8 Carpenter Huston rlllo iyC chi O BOt1Imj Popular Excursions to Old Point Contort 4t and Ocean View Va For Round Trip 13 Good 15 Days Tickets will be sold 3uly 15 and lOt Aug 19 and 2 Stopover allowed In noun tains Full Information at 0 ft 0 Ticket Office thoenlx Hotel Lexington JOHN D POTTS A 0 P A OEO WDAnNEYDIA Y