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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1E SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALn i 1 VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 019029 A1IL NO52 INEWS NOTESI The Sinte Liquor League Is In tlge lion In Oweoiboro Isaac flout arid George Mjcru broko JiU tlOwlnctvlllo Joseph Dotaoit of MoLeaa ooiutr U dying from a iualce bite Tbo thirtyfour bltrRou states la f Britain averaco 183000 acres each The smallpox tluallou at Sionocu Q Va hoe reaoaod the critical stage Thero uro about 114600 telegraph ofllce now open In tbo whole world- Li k N earning for July show glint of 395733 li1 gross and 8268603 00 net William F nowo formerly a noted criminal lawyer of Now York U dead Charles Roach was stabbed by Pv otto Riley la Cumberland county Dad diedGeorge W Diesel a prominent car Italtii of jDfilrolt was killed In a run awayAlbert Terrell a pugilist died at Philadelphia from Injuries received In a fillbt H S McNutt of LouUvllle was elected president of tbo Kentucky LI quor League Atchison has a real miter who al though worth 1100000 makes moat of bit meals on parched corn J Three engine were wrecked nod tbo train rain and passengers bad a narrow ouape In a Wabub uolllilon Former Congroteman Juno Gayle who has been III for tome time Is now threatened with typhoid fiver Great preparations arc being mndo ut franklin for tbo reunion of the Or than Brigade on September 18 It Is estimated that 70 persons were drowned In Algoa bay during the storm which swept over Port Blluboth A jealous opera singer shot the woman with whom bo hail eloped to J Philadelphia and tried to kill himself t The Uygela Uotol at Old Point Va has deicd forever Dy order of tbo war department It mutt be razed by ojui Hon I W Twyman a prominent lawyer of Hodgonvlllo and a member of tbo loit Constitutional Convention laded Wck was returned at the big Mar vine colliery near Scranton Pa Thero was no Interference from I strlkarstA period of deprostlon Ii In eight for tbo British shipbuilding trades Coot tratu for now v MU are few and far betweenA was granted oonvlot Frank Brooke on account of his conduct In the rwot mutiny at the Frankfort penitentiaryIn county Sam Houston a welltodo farmer shot and klllid his IUarrelIThe Confederate Homo Commit slort examined the sites offered at Owoatboro for locating tbo homo but no eonoluiion was reached Lords Slratbeona and Mount Ste phen of Canada have added to King r Edwards hospital fund gifts which will produce 480000 a year Ulram Cronk the last soldier of the t war of 1812 Is dying at his home In r New York Croak has lived In three 1centurlc and Is 103 years old At Gamaliel Monroe county Dill Bishop and Thornton Rltchgy were tried charged with soiling liquor at a HoRtUt auoclation They were found tar with a wagonand several hundred bot ties of white whisky and wero fined 8120 each and placed In jail Duller T Soathgate receiver for tbo Industrial Mutual Deposit Compa ny bw tiled six suits against tho of fleer and directors of tbo company In the Paycito Circuit Court llo seeks to recover 821826 02 which he alleges was wrongfully drawn out by the dos fendanls Tbo express car of tho Louisville and Naibville No 2 northbound passenger train was robbed between Franklin and Nashville by two masked men They held up McMengor A B Battle with revolvers and emptied no open sate They secured about 1500 and loft tbo train M It was entering Nashville One 1 of tbo men claimed to bo GUI Hyatt R who recently escaped from the Ten ncaaco penitentiary 4Asudden bait has boon called on the formation of tho packing combine with a capital stock of 8500000000 It Is eald that some of the proposed constlt went companies have taken fright at the potBlbllllv of Congress placing Ca nadian meats on the free list It Is also reported that the fear of further die closures of the methods pursued In the meat Industry Is an Important factor In checking the merger It is announced that by Sept 15th the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen numbering 100000 members will wako Jr a demand upon the great railroad eye toms for an Increase of wages amount lug to more than a million dollar per month and that telegraph operators all over the country aro organizing with tbo same purpose In view If those events are pulled off ae per schedule your uncle Ponty Morgans merger may resemble a 15 cent beeftrust beef eak before frost falls Glasgow ft Timcsa KINGS VILLE Tbft baptizing of the recant ooovarts took place Monday and Tutiday eye ning Rid Brooks solos and occasional du etc with tome of the elderly ladles have been as fascinating It seems as Rid Berry eloquence In pulpit A youthful run awayeouple from Casey stooped at lintel Pcnnvbackcr last week en route to Tennessee where they wore subsequently married Their appearance here caused quito a com motionThe protracted meeting at tbo Chris tlan church conducted by Elds Berry and Brooks of Lexington Bible Col logo closed Thursday evening So far there are 10 addition to the church Bd Berrys sermon To men only Sunday afternoon was well attended and wo bear that his talk was an ex cellent one as Mr Derry sermons always are He Is eminently practical and not In the least sensational Mlet Ora Grlllln Is of fover Clc are Murphy continues HI His trouble has developed Into typhoid fever Mr and Mri Morris Wall are contemplat ing moving to Burnilde Mlssss Bflle Webb and Lola Floyd wont to Soraar set Sunday to attend tbo fair Mrs D M Crelghlon has returned from a pro traetod visit to relatives In Missouri Mrs W L MoCarty continues ill with but little improvement since her return from Stanford Operator Crelgb too paid a brief visit to his bomefolke Monday Mack Williams was down from Burgtn Miss Eva Uooob of Waynesburg Is the guest of Mrs Dr Aoton MR WATTERSON EXPLAINS The editor of the Cout ler Journal la a democrat Ho opposed the Bryan ticket In 1800 as the reprresoniatlvo of theories free sliver socalled being tbo paramount Issue Ho supported tbo Bryan ticket In 1000 the free silver Is sue being not only no longer para mount but practically ai dead at tbo Issue of African slavery Nor Is this the whole of It In 1806 he bad an alternative ticket ns between tbo Bryan ticket and the McKlnloy ticket In 1000 the conditions changed and re due dio a choice between the two be supported the Bryan ticket He did not support McKinley either la 1800 or 1000 If he bad be would havo vlo totaled 10 points of disagreement In favor of but one taint of partial agree mentIn revolutionary times men mutt often do as they can not as they would and whatever also It was the fusion movement of 1800 In which the United Democracy of 1802 made common cause with tho silver republicans and the populists to tbo Infinite cost of the democrats waa a revolution The Storm and strca of weather over the editor of the Courler Journal along with the myriads of others who thought with him preferred bit old party asso ciations much as they were opposed to some of tbo now doctrines to republi canism They wore democrats not re publicans In a word tho currency question settled there was no longer any radical difference among tboeo genuine democrats who coo In republi canism only another name for Federal Urn and Wblglsm dashed with modern rascality Courier Journal Florida Recovers From Ravages of Frost Florida lit prosperous in ovary wayeald Senator Tallaforro recently In two or three years tho orange growers of my State will bo sending as much fruit North as they did before the frost killed their groves While the destruction of the groves was a terrible calamity to our people the ro suit has really proven boneQclal as the now orange groves have been plant ed south of the fcost line and u superior fruit will bo grown In Jacksonville where I live the results of the fire of a tow years ago havo been almost entirely overcome We have built since the fire 2000 houses In Jacksonville The flro de stroyed 2000 houses In almost every Instance the now houses have cost twice as much at the ones that wore burned They are built In a way to make a wide spread conllagratlon unlikely In thy future In tho business section they aro of brick and In places where frame houses have been built they have metal roofs and arc better built than tbo old houses Tbo Weston Tobacco Journal has the following to say on the outlook of tobacco In Kentucky Tobacco has Improved considerably but Is not In a satisfactory condition It 1s very Ir regular some fields being fairly good and others very poor The Burley districts report more favorable con ditions than the Dark Tobacco coup- tics of the western section but th t crop as a whole will bo far below the average In yield and quality Cutting has begun la the early fields HOTSHOT The following hot shots from Judge Suuflava speech at Harrodeburg Monday eera to have hit Mr Harding in tender spots judging by tbo wall his organ tbo Dauville News makes Ho has assailed me be said with a degree of venom and fury After hav ing bad the thumb screws put to him ho confessed with the agony of a man parting from a drawn tooth that ho was a defaulter In the campaign In which Mr Goobol was tbo nominee of the democratic party He pleads for by gones to bo bygones and polnta out my frtznds in the crowd and calls them to account for thou utiltndo on the ell vor question Yes let bygone be by gone so tar as Mr Harding Is concern ed but let the coals bs kept burning and keep us over them In that battle when truo and tried loader were needed most when dhal ter was Immtnopt when the party stood od the brink of a volcano when men were In doubt when democracy In Kentucky seemed to be In Its loath throes when Goobsl was making his fight alone assailed by calumny ant Insult with the moneyed corporations banded to encompass his destruction when In timidation was attempted at tbo polls with trickery and fraud to contend against at the ballot box Robert Hard lug stool back and gave aid and comfort to tho enemy When the year after you saw bow the oat had jumped when tbo victory bad been woo without your help you came bank and plead for harmony The people were in support of Goebel why oouid you not vote for them It was the conduetot suoh men actuated by onry and malice and spite that followed on the heels of William Goebel and hounded him to his death If It had not been for your anillatlon with and en conragementof those lawless moun taineers and assassins William Goobol would bo alive today Instead of In his grave at Frankfort When you had sown tbo wind and reaped the burr cane you came beak You said you were bigger than your party I did not say that I sacrificed my principles for my party To protcstniratasl the aCt boltJudgedur log the troubles which followed tbo as sassination of Goebel he bad Issued a paper giving his reasons for believing plotnoapprehend Taylor try convict and hang him Ho said from that moment a cabal had been determined upon his defeat If be ever again presented himself for rcelectlou Ho charged Mr Harding with being tbo exponent of this cabal IHYSIOUN AND DRUGGISTS drugfirm Solgleoour customers Wo ordered three dozen sayIlerbinthat we have duplicated this order three times and today we have your salesman another order Wo bog to say Dr 0 B Snlgloy takes pleasure in recommending DrugStoreairsThe fair secretaries association has announced the following dates Somerset Sept 21 days Bardelown and Glasgow first week In September Ellzabethtown and Bowling Green SeptemberInterstate fourth week In September CURED PARALYSIS W S Dally P O True Texas writes My wife bad been uttering fivo years with paralysis In her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Llni ment which cur dlher all right I have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does tho work 25c SOc and il bottle at Pennys Drug Store Tho value of the coal mined In Japan Is almost equal to that of all other min orals combined It varies from the hardest anthracite to peat but the quality Is usually Inferior to that of American coal Modern machinery and methods have been Introduced In the operation of many mines r Mother Why Johnny your shirt Is on wrongside out Youve been In swimming again Johnny Nom Ive bio turningsure IotIThe Friend I tought you said you could lick him wld one hand tied ahlnd yer back P The Vanquished I kin but he wouldnt wait till I got mo hand tied publico ltilIthis great statue Is 150 tonr 600 pounds of which are pure gold IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES j Fire destroyed G W Lyoea furnl NlobolllVUlII of the Red section was found dead In bed Mlno operators In Laurel county hir ofIWin Fox of Dunnville while wall log a well was dangerously hurt by a stone falling and crushing hla skull His recovery Is doubtful While digging with a pick prepara tory to building tbo foundation of a house at Mlddlceboro James Smith un earthed a body In a perfect state of pet riflcatlon Among the new attractions which will bo seen at the Knox County Fair Is an exhibition of oil A sample of each grade of oil found In tbo Knox oil fluids will be on exhibition In the floral hall Flro destroyed Stanfcl d Cos store at Pleasant View entailing a loss of 81200 and the Macoxetore and dwell ing Partially Insured Dynamite was used to wreck the burning buildings to save tho village The Cllfty Creek Coal Co of Pulae kl county with 8160000 capital slock was Incorporated at Frankfort J A almond of New York and O C Gil Uaple and J L Waddle of Somerset aro the chief stockholders The unveiling of the handsome Confederate monument recently erected In Spring Hill Cemetery Harrodsburg by the Mercer Confederate veterans aided by liberal popular subscriptions takes place on the afternoon of Sept 10 Mr Walter McCarthy who was working on tbo silo which the Messrs McRoberts are building on their farm In Lincoln county was hurt by a fly ing piece of a nail which struck him In tho eye It is thought that ho will lose the slghl News The remains of Elias Elliott arrived from North Dakota and were Interred In Green River cemetery near Middle burg Deceased was twentytwo years old and was the son of Mr John J El liott a well todo farmer of Casey coun ty Elliott was a cowboy on tbo Western plains and was thrown from his horse in July receiving Injuries which resulted fatally A Mlddlcsboro dispatch says Fall lag to flnd John Largec whitecaps in Hancock county whipped his wife Into Insensibility Largee was accused of numerous small offenses and general worthlessness He beard that bo was to be ridden on a rail and fled to the hills The whitecaps wore masks but Mrs Largee recognized some of them and says sbo will prosecute Rev W S Houohlns pastor of the Cave nun Christian church near Bur gin while splitting wood bad his bead almost split open by the ax striking a wlro stretched above him swerving the course of the sharp Instrument which struck his bead with full force cutting a horrible gash He was car tied into the bouso In an unconscious condition but la recovering- A strange thing has happened In the Tenuesso oil Hold The two Bob Bar wells have been pumping 217 barrels of oil a day steadily for two weeks Suddenly the yield of oil ceased and In stead of oil the wells aro pumping salt water The Somerset companys two wells at Sunny Brook as suddenly ceased to yield oil havlnglfurnlahed over 200 barrels a day for the past two or three weeks Oil men aro puzzled Farmers near Arlington S D post ed and patrolled their stubble fields to prevent President Roosevelt eon Theodore Roosevelt Jr from hunting Dogs were set on him at ono farm house where bo went for a drink of wa ter That Miss Goldrick seems to be awfully popular with the young men II Popular Is no name for It Why do you know her father has actually got out a prlntcdllform for declining offers for her hand In tho Oldroyd Lincoln Museum In Washington one of the Interesting relics Is tbo Bible which was used by Abraham Lincoln mother dally This volume came from the press In 1703 Tho cost of the State University Missouri for Its buildings books and other equipments 81300000 and the endowment bearing Interest at the rate of 6 or G per cent Is 81230003 Tho Qoly ho plantproduct of Mexico Central and South America is so called becauso of the shape of the flower which kai the appearance of a dove with expanded wings It takes a yearce ytdteIsland of dayTheretako has not been made In tho count The hardest wood Is not ebony but cocas It grows in the West Indies and Is used for makl ng flutes and simi lar 1altrumeDt8ISeventyfive hundred out of 12000 union carpenters In New York have struck for more money e 8 R m M = t IIs It Worth 200 t ltiI We mean the label in some of the wellknown j 5 Hats All the goodness you can crowd lyj into a hat is not worth 3 We a It sell the best 3 hat M you can buy il f FallEatfij I ATjMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing l IJImoney back It youre not satisfied Te D MILLER DanvillB tWar KU JNOTICE To Country Merchants a + +11 111111 J IJ1101 + + + We arc 110W in the Wholesale Dry Goods Clothing and Gouts Furnishing Goods and can save you from 15 to 20 per cent on the dollar Terms 30 to 90 days Call on us be fore buying DIen 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 9f5c Mens 500 suits at 298 Mens 750 suits at 448iMens 1000 suits guaranteed tailormade 650 Mens 1200 suits go at 750 Mens 1500 suits well finished guaran tee fit tail rmade special price 925 Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c now at 19c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY Superior Grain Drills I 1 Special Features Both wheels drivers solid steel frame each Jdisc and draw bar independent improved spring pressure The King of the FieldIt has Imitators but no equal Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY J Sponges Soap and toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hocker STANFORD 11 iciiA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It 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 WeB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY r t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON It a Candidate for Railroad Commlnlontr for the 24 Oliulct subject to the will of the litmocncv H H HENNINGER Oi County is a candMals for State Tmi Uftl sublet to the salon of the Democratic p irtjr ROBERT HARDING or Dlnrllt11 a oindliUte for Circuit Jodteeab ject to the notion ofthc Dtmocntlc party CHARLES A HARDIN of McRfrlt a candidate lor Cbmnionwrtltht torney In thieths 13th juJltial dUtritt mlfKt to the action of the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Ot ShelbvI THE attack of tho Danville News on Judge M C Sauuey of this place wal as unwarranted as it was in bad tact and If Editor Lilian doesnt see tho error of his way and make a retractio of it all a great majority of the democrats of this judicial district will al ways think be should have done so and they will charge to him a wrong tbat time will never make them forget The object of the slanderous charges arEl readily apparent but the strange part of the whole business to us Is how aod why Mr Llllard permitted himself to be made a catspaw of The fact that Hon Robert Harding did not vote for Hon William Goebel for governor bad leaked out and something badto be done to detract the minds of tho people 4from his refusal to support the party nominee Hence the threecolumn Bcawyheadllnes Saufley Bolts and the half page or more of bllllngegatc that followed concerning the joint de bate at Harrodaburg Monday The News well knows who Its candidate hat to beat in order to secure the nomIna tlon and in turning Its guns on Judge Saufley It makes a feeble attempt to destroy him by charging him who hat never scratched a ticket with being a bolter because that gentleman Is not pleased with the committees action ID Ignoring the peoples plea for a primary to select nominees for clrciIt judge and Commonwealths attorney If this makes Judge Baufley a bolter we cheer fully admit our Ignorance as to what constituted oneIf this makes the judge a bolter what pray Is the News con didate who directly refused tQ support Mr Goebel Judge Saufley was voting and working for democracys cause alI most before Editor Llllard and his can didate were born and if after such hon arable service he Is considered a bolter merely because he wants what the people want a primary things have come to a pretty pass Indeed What say the democrats about the matter Do they agree with the News that the judge U a bolter Surely they do not They know him and If they have a chance they will speak In no uncertain tones at tho polls The charge that Judge Saufley told vulgar anecdotes and got rattled and that Harding like Eaau the snake eater ate him alive are too absurd to be seriously considered The gentleman who hon ors Stanford by living hers does not deal In vulgar anecdotes be doesnt belong to tbe claiR of windjammers who have to entertain their bearers that way and Mr Llllard knows it Compare the two gentlemen as orators and do you think for an Instant that Mr Harding ate Judge Sautley alive Does Mr Llllard honestly think so We dont think ho does In his years on- t the rostrum did Mr Llllard or any ofI his friends ever see the judge rattled neverxmethod In the News madness but Iu object Is too plain and the present judge will profit rather than suffer by Its un called for and Indecent attack upon him The little flings at the gentlemen who are serving as Master Commission ers would be more creditable emanat ing from a chldd brain than coming from the source they do Judge Saufley and Mr Harding will speak at Dau ville Saturday Go and see who will eat em alive there I aTBedemocratic Congressional cam paign book just Issued Is chuck full I good things and that It will do good for the cause for which It was gotten out none who will peruse It carefully will gainsay A large portion of 11 Is devot ed to the discussion of Imperialism and trusts A criticism of the republican campaign book Is contained In the vol ume and statistics are given to show that tariff protected manufacturers sell 1their wares In foreign markets at re prices If you are In doubt as to bow you will vote this fall secure one these remarkable volumes and you 4of experience no trouble In making your decision ABOUT the silliest twaddle that the 1 republican papers are inflicting the public with are the storied about Roosevelts son From the toadyism one would suspect that bo was the crown prince of this country There are two or three hundred boys IB and around Stanford who are superior in every way to young Roosevelt and we fall to see why he is made so important tapereoOape w MR HARDIKQ stated in his speech at Harrodsburg that Bon R C Warren precipitated his announcement for olr cult judge by his call of the committee of this district to meet and decide on a manner and time for nominating can dldates for judge and commonwealtt attorney The gentleman Is in error His announcement appeared In this pn per July 11 the call was not publish until July 20 and the meeting beld Aug 0 Mr W C Rail was also conI ceded to be a candidate at that tlmo It Is not Mr Warrens fault that tbe tight was begun so early Three chal men of the district were supposed to be antlSaufley and they could have set a time next year to name Candidates JUIt as easily as they decided on Deoetnb 6 8 and LATER reports torn Saturdays erup tlon of Mont Pelee state that the losil of life on the Island of Martinique was at least 1600 The gendarmes of tbe Island give the number of killed as be log 1000 and the Injured 1500 Tbe village of Morne Rouge was destroyed la a faw minutes and every Inbablta was killed A great part of the vltI Itge of Ajoupa Bouillon was destroyo A large portion of the island has been devastated and the Inhabitants aro clamoring to be taken away SENATOR PLATT takes it all bacle He denies areceot Interview crcdltln him with the statement that Now York republicans at their coming State COD ventlon will Indorse the candidacy of President Roosevelt in 1001 The Senator must have found out that he bas a chance for the coveted honor FIVE States have pledged themtclve to vote for tho nomination of Roosevelt while 12 have preferred to merely In dorse the administration The report that his own State of New York wit decline to declare for his candldac looks like a big fly In the ointment PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS carriage was struck by an electric car at Lenox Mass and a secret service man named Craig killed It was a narrow escape rot Terrible Teddy but then a miss Ie ai good as a mile you know THE black man Is up against It In Porch Carolina The white republl caDS barred their dark skinned broth ten from the State convention However be will still be allowed to vote tad look pleasant POLITICAL The Democratic State ticket In Lou slana was elected by majorities rang ng from 35000 to 45000 Knoxvllle Is making elaborate prep rations for the reception of President looaevelt who will reach that city next Moodily and remain two hours Iowa California and Wisconsin Democrats yesterday In their reap cctlv State conventions adopted platforms whIch Ignored the Kansas City decla ration A Texas paper asks whether the crime of annexing Cuba would be reater than the crime of starving Cuba Ask Roosevelt Ho Is now rylng one and the other may follow loon If the tariff Isnt the mother of the rusts but merely the parent of con Itions as Secretary Sbaw puts It heros a wonderful amount of trust af Sctlon wasted on the old ladyPaduc- ah Democrat In again declining the nomination for the presidency Uncle Mark Hanna reatbca a prayer for deliverance from his fool friends who cant wait until eddys neck Is broken for good and all Ovcnsboro Messenger Gov Stone of Pennsylvania has Ic mated that be will call an extra act ion of the Legislature with a view to the passage of a compulsory arbltrr ion law having for Its object the settlement of the anthracite strike Eighth district republicans at Nlch lasvllle Wednesday nominated Wm Lawson Sumrall of Mercer county for ongresa on the sixth ballot T A benault of Madison withdrew after llve ballots and Sumrall was nominated over George Nicholas of Shelby by tev of 00 to CO Benjamin Wilson Deep Hollow W Va who died last Sunday left In ructions that bo should not be burled In any graveyard with democrat Tbe executors of Benjamin will aerefore have to make arrangements to lay him away In a colored cemetery or wnerq the trusts bury their dead The Ohio Democrats adopted a platform Indorsing the Kansas City declaration complimenting Bryan and take Inil a strong position on State issues A ticket headed by the Rev Herbert llgelow the Cincinnati single taxer for Secretary of State was nominated award Egglcnon author of Tbo looaler Schoolmaster and other noted ooks Is dead In New York President Roosevelt authorized a tatement that he was not considering Attorney General Knox as a successor to Justice Sblras who be said bad not resigned President Roosevelt also said that be did not Intend changing tbe civil nature of the Canal Commie sian and placing the construction of tbe Isthmian canal under the jurlsdlo tlon of the War Department wltb Gen Wood as chairman of the Canal Com minion The gold fields of Western Australia are the largest In the world They cover 321000 square miles LANCASTER A case of scarlet fever has appeared In tho Mlddlesboro addition Wednesday was observed as chll rene day at the teachers Institute Some of the work house gang ate putting In good time In laying culverts A R Denny has been added to clllclent corps of elders of the Presb terlan church wt11boldMonday afternoon The Baptist Ladli Aid Society wttl servo refreshments for the benefit of tho members next Saturday The boring for water still continue A depth of 540 feet has now been reached but no water found Will Hill the 22yearold eon of Jat R Hill a contractor of this city dlfd Wednesday morning ol typhoid tone The Chicago Glee Club will give an excellent musical entertainment at tho court house on the evening of the 20i- lSaundcrs d Walker shipped a cnr load of cattle to Cincinnati Wedneoda and Sweeney Morgan a car of sbeep the same dart- Tbeodore Curry Jr and Robert Lee Davidson entertained at a bandson party Wednesday evening at the reel deuce of Mr Currys sister Mrs J C Hemphlll ElkIn Myers bought 3 fat holfet from T Y Conn at 31c1 from A W Kavanaugb at 31c1 from Dltbon at 30 and a bunch of stock hogs from differ ent traders at 6io The Garrard county teachers met at the college Wednesday evening for a few hours of social enjoyment and In telleotual converse A similar enter- taInment with refreshments by the W Q T U was held Thursday evening Tho Hlgginbotham sate Tuesday ihowed the following figures Corn IE ibock 1166 sheep 1225 per bead pearling steers S30TO horses tlO tc 175 twoyearold mule 150 to 8100 a pair of 4vearold mules 1260 and a pair of aged mules 8101 Hon James B McCreary chalrma of the Goebel Monument Commltalon bas Issued a call for a meeting ot the ommlsalon to be hold at the Capital Botel at noon Sept 0 London bad 03 5 per cent of all the aces of glanders which occurred mong hones last year In England Wallace Whaley a stock trader act clded at Pari- sJorsoy Cows for Stile hive for tale two extra need Jersey helfr ileta to three yra11 In January if y No i h a sescfllJtn of the old Hurttsije cow sJ alrN Tor eat bull la now giving sa g0ta of nMk JH- 4ty Is due calve March Me fine bull Pftlro nJ tear No tiiriJ by Ottiuu Port tj di Nancy i John Hull ifajr It sew Rlvhjjc t In mlik per day nrJ to psro Aug It co ws are fawn cnlor haltor broke broke to milk on tlllltr tUe anj the ol milk h Ai Irk tech I o W McKkmev Jtan- MJSTORE FOR SALE Having leclJ J to enrage In other bittfettt we offtr for ule our stock al central merchaihjtoe anJ- lore fixtures located In the L at this place The R R Co furnlth the building tree of eNrle alto the coal fcr heating ttert anj they UI a liberal commission for attending to the agents 101k This one of the test ttanjt In the country anJ the butlneta It cenJucteJ at very little expenie Wt also run 4 anal an J weoJ jwr J In connection the business The stock I g oJS It all new aoJ- dean and will Invoice atet 1100 Per further In rotation call on or albeit ENGLEMAN t LEIGH Phone 1912 Sfcefty City Ky Small Farm For Sale I desire to soil the farm on which I now live Itcoutalns 120 acres of One land all In grass Is onefourth of a mile from post office 2 miles from McKinney on 0 S raU- rod 8 miles from Stanford end In splendid Igbborhood lies comfortable residence of 1 rooms abundant outhouses In good repair Good spring In yard and two streams run through term Fencing One and enough looe rails on place to keep fence up fur 20 ears Farm fronts on plko CEO W CARTER Tnrnersvlllc Ky PUBLIC SALE QUKSDAY SEPT iSth One farm containing about 16 acres cated 344 miles from Lancaster I mile from ubble 8 miles from Danville and miles- om Stanford lying on old Lancaster and anvllle turnpike within one tulle of posto- l11co two churches and school ubjcctof division one place containing aoont 00 ftcrct with dwelling five rooms hlI bathroom and cellar stock barn 50x60 Ict servants house of two rooms ico house buggy house und all outbuildings Tbe second place contains about acres with dwelling of four room hall cittern etc stock barn GOx 81 feet Implement barn tenant house of two rooms loth- aces fronting on piko The place U well watered by never falling springs and two ads ono of which Is the largest and beat- In Central Kentucky and well stocked with One flub Both stock barns and dwelling supplied with a flue tyatcu of water worb water beln forced by a 3horse pow er gasoline engine which la alto equipped for cutting feed ew The place has about i0 acres now la corn balance In grass and Itobble Fins orchard of about tour acres All of place undor good fence This place auld separately then as a whole best bid will bo Terms will bo onethird cub balance In one dnd two years draw log six per cent Interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money As sums time and place we will sell the illowtng towlti Deering binder eerlng mower steel rake t cultlva toN corn planter with check rower disc irrow disc barrow corn sheller large power cutting box onehalt Interest In roller one slide ono hog box two borse wagon spring wagon one cider mill about 101100 tobacco sticks lot plow and wogan gear twothirds Interest In iO acres corD sheath oats and millet hay ted cow eab1 Jersey cow good heifer work maro 3 good work mules lot steel netting hough to two corn cribs 10x10x20 ouetslon for seeding given at once full mcsilon Jan ii 1003 Terms on stock and implements sums under 110 cub i over that amount credit until Jan 1003 without Interest Negotiable notes Those desiring to look over be shown same A P Purdom on remises For any further Information ad ares B W Olvens Hubble Ky T D Knglbh Auc J T MINOR Sale will begin at 10 A and dinner will- bo served on the grounds You get your goods cheaper here than oleo I where nnd titian free with every purchnpo Two good reasons for trading with us I THE GRAND LEADER11 Wo will demonstrate to you that The Grind is the + r ViiC save you 5i mousy on every purchase lrtco 0111 and see 1for yourself the money silted by trading with 4 r t 9l1ansClotlui1Jioy s Mens sack sulfa worth 84 our price S275- Mens nil wool suit nicely made worth S7 our pricn SfifiO j Ious fine Mack Clay worsted salts worth y0 10 our price 850 o Mona lino suits silk lined worth 813 o our price 81000 Mens well made gorviconblo trouors worth 8100 our Ode Mens strictly all wool pant worth 1275 special price 10- 0i Mali 350 Punta Dutches brand war h routed go at 8260 s We have tho inert lino of Paula mndo at S3 83M 84 and 85 Come in and look at tllomfi well mndo suits black nicely made t at OHc A better suit coiniere at 8150 JHBOONECO I Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Urnces Old Stand Depot St STRNFORO KY New and Stylish Turnout al Reasonabls- Itatee Krclal Attention to Travel log Men Phone No Ot TIMBER LEND FOR SflLE In order to settle the partnenhlpbutlntM ot John llootn Jr and llonta having died last December we will sell 3700 acres ot timberland In Adalrcoun ty Ky This land contains between 4800 WO and SOOOfM feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land It close to the famous oil fields of Wayne and 1s exceedingly welt adapted for agricultural purposes All of the laud U In one body It U a bargain forsotne one Tor particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Ilartltn Harrodaburg or Oscar nontn I iilkaer Ky J L Beazley 8 Co J Undortakors and- Embalmers ar=va IUO PliLItS FtirnUnreMntUnjfiIlnjj They will Exchange Furniture for aU kinds or Stock Give them a call Iricea right STANFORD KENTUOK FOR I desire to rent my roperty situated on Somerset street H mile from town oonsht lag of dwelling ot seven rooms betide kitchen and servants room and a Ono eel lar smokehouse chicken house coal nous and a good stable and 19 acres of land 2 hydrants one In the yard and one foutNka welt cistern combined near the door for Said In sood repairJA81IttILEY Farm For Sale Having concludetl to jult terming I wm sell arm of ISA acre on Mllledgevlll and Stanford pike U Is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered with never failing springs tn best neighborhood In Lincoln county For tu further Information Mil on or write to A Pettun Mllledgevllle Ky PUBLIC SALE Of Dr P W Logan Farm on flltemoon Sep 10 It Is located In the west End of Lincoln county ICy oa Stanford and Mllledgevlll plko live relies south of Junction City fou miles oast of Hustonvllle seven miles welt of Stanford and two miles east of Morelanc a station on O S K K Said farm contain 330 acres of fertile bluegrase land aU of which Is In grass except shout 40 acres and has upon It two sew ot Improvements really two farms la one being In ono con tlnuou body but susceptible of division Front of farm hue upon It a large two story brick resilience containing 0 rooms twostory veranda tn front large tlYOltory pnrch on eat end of houso and a dry collar This residence Is surrounded by evergreen and forest trees and within yards of On south portion of farm there Is a frame cottago of tour rooms kitchen spring house barns etc Upon entire premises there are four gcod barns Icehouse 3 tenant houses nnd other outbuildings Also two good orchards cistern well etc Forty acres In sugar tree wood land The entire farm is under good tenet and well watered by springs and branches running through It One of the barns above mentioned is 03 by 36 feet feet high and tiered for tobacco Tho Immediate neighborhood roads shipping advantages etc are good and location desirable Terms of sale will bi made liberal The farm will bo offered Ii two lots of 100 and IG acres with improvement on each lot and as a whole Will be sold at public auction at 230 Wednesday ternOOD Sept 10 1003 W LOGAN Moreland Ky Walker IJcmcmbor wo give with every IHlrchloetickets redeemable in chinawaro Get Isot free by trading with us g gLender us wollnmdo RENT Wednesday cal adlJ and melts shooo fc hulls heavy Show tho 8150 kind 8100 Bulls heavy Shoes tho 200 8150 e Mens fino shoos tho 8175 kind 8110 lions line shots the 8250 kind 8189 lions flue shoes tho 8350 kind 8276 Childrens and boys shoes in abundance atC prices will interest you A heavy shine for milieu at 81 Ladies heavyshoe worth 8150 at 8125 Iztdirs heavy all worth S20 nt 8105 All our flue goods reduced in price i Iblenched iiMVO 11fJuwohyii 11 j t Watches and Clocks EtajI r i a j fWPrescription Security f If you knew all the fact about our proscription department t your prescriptions would come here even if our prices wire highwhich they never are If you know tho measured wo take to insure tho purity and freshness of our drugs if you wero familiar with tho safeguards wo throw about tho com pounding and various other methods i ooular to thIs etalO4you could not help having outlro confidence In the accuracy ofaM I any prescription we put up To have such service to fool sateis worth boiuvthuig anti it costs nothing extra Pennys Drug Store First National Bank Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally e tabllihetl as the Deposit Hank In 18J8 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in 18M and again rtorganlted as the Pint National Ilnik of Stanford In lees having bad practically an oolnter rupte4 existence for ea yoan It is better now With facilities for transact ingbeinees promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited CAPITAL STOCK Directors J n Iaxton J RtOwtley B Shanks WIO Oeol W Carter r n kind that o s BncccMon to The Farmers Hank ft Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Stanford Ky Officers tv J nOOKEIt Prett JJ MoltOlinUTS Chr W II WEAKEN Bk- prDirectors 1 I P Reid Lincoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Co J8 Hooker Lincoln Oa W P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard t n Elmore Stanford 8 II Ilaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J II Dauehmau Stanford W P Tate Stanford s+I i- I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II 980000 II Officers a riaS H SHANKS President J n OWSLEY 1 Cashier W M imtQHT Asst Cashier CARSON PENCE y l DEALERS 1ST i Carriages Buggies Phae V x tons Wagons Buckboards Harness I Full nnd completo stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap RobesJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAST- ANFORD KY SUIT 5 1002 In fllltnc your prescriptions wo uie the rlpht medicines In tho esaot proper Uon and with proper euro Wo could DOI do better If yon paid ui doublo tbe price which II always rea onable Pen tyaDruz Store PERSONALS D A TWADDLB of Corbta was hire yesterday MAniC HAIIDIN p6nt several dayi ID Cincinnati MRS SUR HouiBS went to Crab Or r obard yesterday M IBS ANNA STEKLU COOK U vliltlec friends at Lancaster REV O1 LAND BECK Id attending conference at London Miss MAUV MORTON oLD U vi lung friend In Danville Mass GIIOKOE Fun of UuitoDvllle U with Mrs Ed Wilkinson 0 M CooiKit U now ono of tbe 1MR at tbo Grand Leader DNA CA JINITZ of Utmonvllle U visiting trlcndf at Columbus O MR S R Coot and Mlu Sallie Cook have both been sick with asthma r Miss DORA DAUOHMAN U vlsltl agty her tiller Mrs Monte Fox at Danville LENA BRUCE Is spending a 1MI88 the Bcazloy Uotel at Crab Or chard MRS J J MCOLL And toni of Eait Tennoifcc are guest of Mr W Ilerrln MR AND MRS AIWA BROADDUS left Wednesday for tbulr home In IAdI Territory MRS J R BAILEY and daughte- Miss Mildred of Mercer are guest NewiandekC taken a position with the dry Roods firm of Welch Wlieman at Danvlllo IVAN Flail U working nights he rogo white Vincent Arnold U spending a few day at Btonega Va Mu Joan JONRS is attending t Fair and visiting relatives at 4Somerset In Pulaski MRS ROIinilT DORTOX Of Illinois II arrived Wednesday to visit her parent In the Ireachoravllluseotlanf AMuniHvlllo Mn was the guest of nil if friend W W White at Lylle- MHSSKB A M WARREN and red Portraan went to Somerset yost day to take In the bop last night A LITTLE son arrIved a few da since to bring further Joy Into itOhomo of Mr and Mu A W Curd MR AND MRS J O COULTER w0- I horn Tuesday buying furniture s ored their handsome new home at i burg MR AND MRS SAMUBL RBID of Uustonvllle leave Wednesday to vlilt their daughter Mr J L Conway at WlohlU Kansas IN enclosing ivbierlpllon money Mr I R T Smith of Herald III say s Send tbe I J on Wo cant keep house without It OUR efficient KIngivlllo n rrospo dent Miss Ellaabeth AL Crelgbton b been III but was well enough yesterd to tend ui a short lettcrIDOO DHVBi of Dustonvllle has bad severe sick spell n friend who li Inter eited Wo are to + know ho U aonnlelololIMR HARRY L JEFFERSON State agent for the Continental Insurance Co II hero from Loulivlllc with local agent Mr It B MabooyIMR AND Mns J O TURNKR ofand Jciiamlnc and Miss Grace Grlnitead of Flemlngburg have bopn guests t Mr and MM E H Beailey onMttreturned Wednesday to their homo la Corlngton after a protracted visit to Judllo and Mrs Jamci P Bailey MR SAM W MBNEFBE who Is tray cling In Arkansas U spending a few day with his parents bore He Ilk es bli now role of drummer iplendldly MRS L F HUFFMAN will leave thIs morning for Kitlll Springs where ehe will Join her daughter Mlu Anne Huffman and remain for a short itay Lex DemooratIMiss MATTIB ALCORN of DUltonI yllle has returned to Chicago and Lucy Alcorn will leave tomorrow Now York City Mln Ada Alcorn willI I attend college at ParisoIMu DR J W Coot of WelportI Ind li visiting her mother Mrf Margaret Oormlcy at Crab Orchard iIMrs Cook spent several days with Mrs Woods at this place Miss SALLIE COOK who has bsen with her relatives hero and at Bust0n vlllc loft Wednesday for her homo In Nashville She was called rather denly by the Illness of her brother Mri James B Cook M F ELKIN and family leave tbo first of next week for Lexington where t they will reside In the future having taken apartments at tbe LoLand Ai State Commander of tbo Maccab see constantlyj ive In that bli offlco bo established In some more central location and has selected the capital of tho Bluegrass as tbo place While rejoicing In tbo success achieved all unlto In deploring the loss to our social and commercial life of this estimable family who have so ilk long been prominent factors In Stan lords social fabric I r mi b LOCALSLdarkoy died ID Mnxvlllo Tuesday night I GLASSES to tit the eye Latest styles In frames Craig k Hooker RBMBMIIHII the railroad meeting at tbe out tbouie Mdnduy afternoon J D MANNING will have a sale near MtKlnnty on the lab preparatory to moving to Oklahoma W O THMHUNH tbe mule buror ot Mondaybap KotTAltu CooiKR fired several sbota at a obtcken thief tbo other night but up lodate the saropa camas has not bicn found MONDAY Is county Oft Como In town and after pay log for your hop meetinge at SATURDAY Sept lethe lest day for filing claims against Lincoln county for tbo October term of fiscal court Goo B Cooper clerk ejCOALNow II limo fill your coal houses The roads aro good and you can haul big load Wo bavo plot of coal cheap for cash J HBaugb k Co SPECIAL JUDOE HOD R C War reD has been appointed special judg by Coy Beckham to try a number of caret In the Whitley circuit court next 1week The governor made a good sc lectlon Cotantable Peyton who stopped the fight NegraoD y chief li always tho right man In the right placo A LARGE a1Judge M U Saufleyi admirers In tale county will to Danvlllo Saturday afternoon to scar their favorite speak They also inheg MINSTRELS COMING Low Tlgneri Big Minstrel Co carrying excellent brass band and superb orchestra has booked for Waltons Opera Houso or Friday night Oat 21 They como highly recommended by both press and public Tuoerwes or aimYst ver Jim Alcorn 126 and coats Nuroare r BBAR la mind the railroad meeting at thecourtbouto Monday afternoon next county court day Attend It and seo If you cant say or do something to help secure the extension of the SOuth era Railway It would be the greatest snip that Stanford and Lincoln county could goes WE failed lo menton last blue tho delightful birthday party given tater James Plokott Trlbblo by hit p rents Mr and Mn W A Trlbble lba26 or 30 youngsters who were present will not soon forgot It A splendid lunch was served KEYS to tbo followingballot bores h ave not been brought In Stanford Nos 1 and I ono key each Stanford 2 and 3 two each Waynesburg NOl 1 2 one key each Also seals f Stanford Nee 2 and 3 Holders wl Illealo bring them at once Oeo B Cooper county clerkcNOTICE U has been the aim of the Central Ky Real Estate Exchange secure options on that class of proper where the owner li exceedingly anxious to sell 6r is forced to sell and thereby scours a low price on same and hold out some Inducement to buyers Read their list carefully and see the bargains offered I Tim magnificent country homo of Dr P W Logan will be sold at publ- uction at 230 next Wednesday site noon Sept 10 The place contains 250 paltar Tbo farm line close to Aforelen- ne of tbo most Important shipping et lion on tbe Queen k Crecent roe Read description elsewhere FIRST ONEJ W Batcher of Crab Orchard who was appointed admlols trator of Barbara Mlddletoo also col ored camo to town Wednesday a made a settlement with County Jud James P Bailey This is the first bred administrator that has settled with Judge Halley since that gentle man was elected flue years ago and tho judgo complimented Butcher for hit prompt work TILE boys In tho trenches are pro oaring to show to the people that they are In favor nf a primary to select can dldatcs for circuit Judgo and common wealths attorney When these thous soda of petitioners are presented to tbe county committees of this district can Ibo latter afford to turn a deaf car to them Such a thing would be dls astrous and surely tbo commlttcemcn partyheart y Faust fish and fresh oysters T C Willis THE best furniture polish for sale Ii Withers Furniture Co I WILL pay ISa per dozen for eggs F M Ware MoKlnney TRUSSES All kinds nod sixes Lo oil prices Craig k locker SHE Higgles ft MoKlnney for fortll lur Wo will save you money r1asWill pay 13ota Cash for Kggi VeaaredulhtoIp you are troubled with mosquitoes too WD McRoberts tbo druggist WAGONplow barnesi collate etc Come In court day J McOlary GKO H FARIUS Jt aro raolYl n art of tbolr immense stook of fa lamps Call and eeo them WE go to press a llttlo earlier this Issuo In order that tbe editor may a business trip to Somerset makoI TilE largest and best line of stoves and ranges are at George H Ferris t Cos See them before you buy FOR RENT Storeroom and dwelt log house All on Main street I Stanford Ky Apply to M D El moro aNE1Y stock of itatlonary for fine let tar heads seta heads bill heads stet menu envelopes and the like and new and stylish typo to print them with 1rlcei right This oKlco I HAVE returned from tbe clwith the choicest novelties and styles of the market A carefully selected line of tall hate If you want tho best that Is lobo obtained call to see mo and In i pact my line Mrs Cleo W Drawn ED AND FRANK WILKINSON ha bought ot W n Brady tho agency for t he Danville Steam Laundry and wi bavo an olllca at tbe formers stop Mr Wilkinson will put In another chair and his brother will work for him TilE G A R reunion a Crab Orch- Ida beginning next Thursday and con tlnulng over Saturday promises to be a memorable occasion for too old boys who wore tho blue They extend a cordial Invitation to exConfederates to como and take part In their proceed- Ings To PRINTERS The INTERIOR JOUR NAL has a goon newspaper outfit for Cplladber largo enough to print two peace of a eovcncolumn paper and lots of job and body typo Will sell at a bargain If application li made at onco I COUItT DAY DINNER The ladles of tho Presbyterian church will serve dinner to tho court day crowd next Monday county court day In tbo Severance store room opposite tl court house Onlv 25 cents will bo charged earl a splendid dinner will be served The object of the aatarprl repairsItMATRIMONIAL John Gray aged 17 and Miss Lula Smith 14 were married In Henry county Thomas M Johnson and Miss Ala glo Anoerson were made ono at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Wed nesday Aflllea of Boo May a well to ao farmer of Casey ounty eloped to Tennessee and were married Coaaoaticptbo suit la general brought against the fellow who does not marry the girl ho has kluedCa RecordA Into effect In New York Monday which says that no ono 0bet talnlng a decree of divorce In ti State can marry Inside at three months prr K tlmo for some people to havo to wait Frequently heretofore women have bad todgrandworthiness of the women who have graciously consented to take them either good or bad husbands ehou grow loco a universally unanimous f earth will bccomo heaven In tbo ono receivfofis an ly good though onesided bargain Lou isvlllo Times HUBULE Eggs are worth IBo on this market now Mr and Mrs Jos Hays have a fl boy at their house- Contractor Oeo Smith has begun work on B W GIvens new dwelling T C RankinandL P Weaver are In the mountains looking after cattle and taking In the Somerset felt Penco Messers colt became trig seed tho other day throwing him off Tbo animal jumped Into a wire oA and broke a tore leg In two places IJim Alcorn little girl died of con a few dayi ago and was bury led at ltowae schoolhouse Mrs J A Hammonds and daughter have returned from a visit in Casey and Russell D S Purdora of Ml Vernon was with his father and mother bore a few days towP Sloan Is feed Ing some cattle and hogs at 4c Joe MeKeobois bought some yearling mules of Ueo RankIn for ISO MeBeath ft Eubanks sold their wheat delivered In Danville to Somerset mUle for 78c R L Hubble bought 14 aged mules at Lanoater at 87c A R Moore will preach at tho Chrl tlan church Sunday at 3 oclock John beingCpenter of Stanford S M Spoonamoro movingjjand family of Lan caster aro wth bis father and mother for a raw dope Joe Rice has returned to Oklahoma CHURCH MATTERS i atteodlollIetbodlslDr H K Carroll reports tbe total UniteddEld John L Lewis has gone to Burks llle to take charge of tbe church there which recently elected him Rev George O Barnes whom tbo writer has known and loved for a quar ter of a century Is in Lexington again attar a long interval Then tbe burden of his discourses was God Is love and nothing else and ho drew thousands and thousands to confess the savior and did a good that will last through etcrnl ty Since thou be has accepted Dowle who claims to bo the second Elijah and Is now ono of his disciples He will searranights goodllaccep o oot Lexington Democrat springwatermile from Stanford on Murphy term See Lutes t Co or M J Moreland Ky BONDS FOR SALE Stanford Graded School District Rends as follows KourJBOO bonds due in 10 rears from date ot Issue redeemable at option of Trustees at any time seven years after Is payablenInterest payable temlannually Sealed bids recclrea on same on or before Septum SaunderaSecy eeTHEJoseph Price Infirmary It open all the year for the treatment of surgical end chronic diseases and for eon calhInslonal bills due when services are rendered and must be paid promptly 70Treasur Department i D C Aunist re 90 CurrencyWhereas to the TheFlnlofjpContrm to enable National tanking Asso IctaHoas to extend their corporate existenc anj for t8sNowfrUty and cfrllIycatej la the city of StanfvrJ In the county of tin coln anJ yule of Kentucky Is authorized to have successbn for the PfrIoJsrecllid In It meJtJarticles of association namely until Close of business on Augusta tea ofgT P n0ratyandActingGomrtrallerottheCarrcncy Farm for Solo Wig to locate In tewn I offtr tar ask small KnobLkkpravenents are aO new consisting of a dwelling ul housetfish aKuiklant water Can make a clear tWo and Informationly Seed Wheat for Sale 1000 bushels of choice seed wheat for sale peraoreHank lllekley k Williams Knob Lick Ky Splendid Slnegrass Farm a- tSALEPUBLIC ON THUIISDAV SEPT 11 1008 I will offer at public sale mv finely Improv ed bluegrass farm of 230 acres u western milenMoKlnney on O S It It Hustonvlllo noel McKluner turnpike runs atonslde of farm tliedbuckarooms with veranda halls porcine etc pgOutbuildings Include two splendid new stock box stalls and shed room for 100 cattle good tenant house of S rooms crib Ice most coal and poultry house cistern at kitchen door Grape arbor and appletreesfarm has an abundance ot neverfat Ing water In rock walled ponds About ISO acres In bluegrass 50 In timothy and 50 In stubble and corn large sngar tree wood land Larger part of lard Is good hemp and tobacco laud Everything Is In good appreciatedn0 pointIaymonlsIt desired Immediate possession ItSears At same time and place will tell IT acres timber land lying 3 miles south of McKInncy will also soil 2 mare mules 4 good Shorthorn cows and calves nice bull about 200 high grade owes with Southdown behtplements bees etc Anyone desiring to myCeT D English Auo Dd JOUN9IOIUCI i and fall e e eeee i4t to buy tMiifnt goads but too tlr ii to look at them and see qtr we for you to weariiji IC coming season in Clothing f Furnishing Hats Etc fe5 If Pf1r TERMS CASH at tIt ASA rJf43Y qAe rt r 1D1 t tI 7 r6 4k de ie eI WI II 4 1A f 11Ot8 1 Zh 3 1iGRtt2ry33F I II 3 to boys and girls for and new in every day motto Not how oheap but how good for little Dealers in Staple and Fancy and Stoves and Tinware Glass and all kinds of Garden rind Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement Raving concluded to quit farming I will sell my term of 153 acres on Hustonvlllo k Mlddleburg pike S miles from Hnstonvllle Farm Is in a good state ot cultivation well watered and Is Improved with new dwelling of 8 rooms Is a good triune a large tobacco barn a stock bnrnc Considerable part of this land Is virgin soil KyPat this place Oood stand to tell goods 3 upr1 NEW STOCKrNEW STYLESti LEATHER Bale correct for Try a pair CUMMINS MUARY J1ItifA LiiiieEarig not early what have ftiII Goods fiJJOtC- X14001 m Mens Shoes r Shoes HosePercales UmbrellasSkirtings L WaistingsI t mEverything prepare the goods iOur I mon- eySYerdne i Sons New Store fe rJ MeClIYiyMeaaear JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Groceries IInnlwnre Cutlery Queensware FARM FQR SALE NEW Buttons Butchers i selected coming NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell mv farm of acres just out il Jo of tho town limit It Is one of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and la tWolto1dwelllingdry ce lar Flue water furnished free Most of the outside fear lag Is kept by other Very little fenc leg to do Splendid barn a good cistern at dOff a state of cultivation with most of It In grass Hood roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see tho place J Handler Stanford a J iL1 slF H I THE 1UTERIORJOURNA Entered n the pMtqfflce at Stanford cu- not II elau matter lrtabllsLaaTuieay wadSXtdw- pi PER YEAR CASH g When not lopaldIll2001It beehsrged i l o 1 7 KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 24 Tr Ingoln NortbU44mNo 26 230m Now South 1236 am Nom It t252pm For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Hoi Heares Stanford it rMl m NvSarrlTesatStanford Mlt- ioSllearea a Stanford it 2 pm A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist k Stanford Ky HcBoberU rfruj Store In ths Owiloj 1liOCeunr Building A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky over Higgins fit McKinnoys IIomen SlorITelephone vn 01 NEW LIVERY STABLE f BWBUSKBftSJHProri JUNCTION CITY KY 1ghatClass Turnouts ul Reasonable Rates to Traveling Men For 8ale fMason Hotelr MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky ii Nely furnished clean beds splendti ortoistable Evervhlng first class meet all trains 89 MONUMENTSUTArCan Is EUBALmRIAnd Doaloar In BArn sSADDLEBT8cCtanford DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpeclilUtlof Loulsrlle will be at Veranda Hotel at Stanford Telncshp ani Rhnr dapJSepl11 11t Consult Dr Goldstein If you want supe rior glasses or ipejtaolM to strengthen 1r evo Ollld houpt 9 w m to 5 p m d E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary Trealurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdiai TITLE CO Stanford Ky inponddOM a fly 4k leis No 28ssall firm S7 aens 8 miles trow SMi ford HcwMot four good iwows Met porch and I Veranda hoed tarn other buildings In swt repair Calla six kgda well f noed it erN In la fruit trees rest In nl rgainIlaaghtucesulsdoer an eI1urcl1 Na lie Mid at Price JS3 rrere IinJ adjoining told for flO aDd 015 Thl loa bargain No 8 Uowao and lot In Stanford lions cot ulna lire of aDd well fenced OneerpretIitbuildinglots In towa room enough ID front for two cottages or a story front be built to the cottage and twde a beontll11 home Will be sold cheap u tho hate No4ToLOrrfraudwe1llDII7room b1I and veranda loot 10 good repair For ale or rent rIce rNIODble NoIIUoond lot In Stanford Thresroou and front rrb garden and table Oood repair Will be sold ebeap No Houu sod lot In Stanford S stories rooms Good garden smoke and teal bouses on1 Farm of Mufti JJ miles irons 8tar lord on manly road 2l urn cultlntlou sere In pasture orchards sod rest In limber Two small cottages good bun and outbuilding wplI watered and fencing fairly good Place be bought at your pure as owner Una In tudtanapc Us and mUlL has money No 9 rifle of ttt arm four miles from Stan lord on bat pike In the county Sixty acre In wheat 40 In corn In timothy 6 In clorer au d too In One bluegass Is wt In six fields well fence l well waterld nicer fddug well and ring two KOO uda Two dwlllg barDs sod out ulldlDCW Fronts pike for tnrrequutenof wI loth dwellings being on pike Plenty tree and enough timber to make f 000 potts A eplndii bluegrass farm sod only 20 minutes from tb Bounty seat Owner ol one farm aujotnlsa till IM recently refused 516 er acre Wolla this a 137 toper acr- eNol11t acres land with necemary Improve bent mile from Stanford Dwelling baa room r rerawla hall awl pooh Large barn su Ire hute stn watered ao fenced and buildlag- to good repair like reasonable V weill of sU porch necvesaryoutbulldlegyand gsrleeAlso large tot nry itore room Jx lower room spplled- with raunters belts etc Water In dwellseg sod storeroom also tbltra and well on rSmall ba orators One mile from SUDtgnl Ilulldl in repair and dwelllBR originally lest 1600 ant store our tIIOO Will tell both for JS80 will rent or sell separately No 1396O sere isms 4 mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brlrk dwelling towns two tinsel huss two barns near dwtlllnc hr11l10 ststs of culllratlonT 150 arm river oaom land good fearing fruit etc Price 1759 an ae e No ll100scn ol land on Lancaster street Crab Orchard opposite In rats no Im ereauais except larK ttock ban abundance of water Prettiest talkllng site In town Price If A nice cottage and lot on Ltncsi street Stanford 7 room good dater etc flail II will sell for No lR4flOasreol land In Madison county r9iulIeaSouth of Richmond and 2 manes KIngstonlyingbelween lilt Hill turnpike and iiddy Creek ai the Col 1L fnDI Frame hulking stock barns ta riOtT of good water and one of floeit ease sprioga In Kentucky In yard lies stock farm the eeunty fur the money Price nor err- No 17t fans of acres near Huitontll Dwelling of eight rooms hall Teranda etc OD- eItont house itoek barn tobacco barn other euUialldlngs Cistern and good well In tbI lard and water In ever field on the place Fai rmItot In sews Odds and nrstelaaa land N 9 5AFarm of acres situated near Sings ills Ky M acres In eultlratlon tlmlierii 11IruIi well watered two tam and other ulbsl Ings good repair Dwelling rouiMratlT y new la within yards of three cburcht tebool iwatoffire and C o depot Property lies 1plkeDd cosoty road and the meet desirable tans la that section Ws will sell the whole farm ultpurcbuerUhlaaacertalnlychapproperty to No UFarm of arm near DpIIIDIIIgood tarn ate Well watered fencing In Productive lime- 1I0De land In gout neirhborhood dose to school ud en good road Price f No AUA tarm of 300 acre la Lincoln county hrre good dwellings J good b trns sod other out ulldloge each house turn stout the center of loo acres All on county road X mile from- wureh school and postoffic Lava well and wel- latend This is a rood farm and would alt two or thrro finnlles that might want to come- um the unto neighborhood Price reasonable No S5A farm of 103 acres In Gassy county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with six room Cood barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres culllnlloD 41 acres In tlratwn fruit trees eta- rya well on county rod COM to churches hooletc Price only f lio 86Fann ol aerea In Casey anotheru- tbnlldlegs 1I0rr frame dwelling two good burns In renalr Hplendld tobacco IaDd cod In good community A bargain atf1XJO No 67 Farm of 115 acres In Casey county A Dew two story S room frame dwelling sod welllog In tale roiJUion and other oat- ulldlogs On county rod splendid tobacco Indwell watered two wells spring etc This U a slrable bursa Price Szdtb No MFlfty acre near Pleasant Point Ky- came house 5 rooms and porch Barn and olbtr- oulbulldlogs S aerts In cultivation mIlD her Well wateied ate yards from postomcacfaool td church lays well on pike and In coot DluDII price WO- ihavlHierfor2Mor300acrWe farm situated rom one to three miles from town Also buyerfor amt urea situated Iron one to four troll town with or without Improvements AIIOI a buyer for an 14000 to 000 want dose to 10WDI No 14 Four houses and Iota In Rowland Prlre tlOOeach No 19 06hcreel of laud near Crab Orchard- leap No 20 Twostory house 9 room hsllVeranda 2 arm splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford Prop rty la good water lights In kuun ell lun It door ireautlful home IrlcoJIOOO No 22 House of rooms porch one acre of fOuDI and good stable One mile rom towoePrice No Ferns of urea 5 mpg from Stanford- 3me dwelling of rooms 2 1 bans one a table and wagon shed combined the ohcr aD extra good Irauie with cattle sheds attached aam aptelally arranged for eurlnt tobacco In- benDry smokehouse and con crib tine orchard 1elr Ii can and Is well reserved and Improved mlteopustoiSceIn church and school Minted rltg2furhalf to rent and Is cultivated In ra wheat tobacco anti clover Title perfect Coalpr enL ontr JI OO N county record wnl- ow Will sell for ti o21 Dwelling of4 rooms with tO acres laud- Ilerelandla Oral barn sod neeeaiary outbuild IDgs wells la splendid orchard and 2 acres- strawberriesIn Immediate rooIoo Price IJOO No Fein ol 100 acres next Crab Orchard Se story frame dwelling of rooms hall and- node Darn smokebouie etc In good repair Wtll watered good orchards Cut In field 20 rte In wheal sera In corn 8 In timothy rultgrass Prle ho per acre o110 Frame hotel large rooms double ouuI froaUDIfordoelliug 2 nice cottages nicely furnished perm and painted 4 room and veranda each A brl8 barn an same lot used as livery table Good f den Vacant lot adjoining feel front by 200 feel deep All of this property lain London Ky and a fine share fur someone to make mODe- ylroprle1or ban refused to for IX per mDh On account of III health of his wife only rtIIIOD for srlllDit proprietor desires to exchange- rumfor la Lincoln county tacre of timbered land on Carpenters Creek- CaseyIn county near Lincoln lima Mil In DullO diya for 171 BROWN 6 BLOWNi I AttorneysatLnwOffice in Mwoaic Bide SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Courts t Collections mudo and promptly remitted Kentucky State FaIrISure enough novelties seated by tbo Kentucky State Pair AsI oclallon at tho Churchill Dawns grounds In September this statement being authorised by Secretary W M Neat who says that no such old things m the Midway are boloR considered A contract has been closed whereby on Tuesday Sept SU thero U to bo a collision between railroad engines ot at least 200 000 pounds each Whllo these engines of course have been condemn cd they are capable of great speed 1snd will clash while going at no less 40 miles an hour tbanI A special track will be a spur being necessary for the Southern railroad to get engines Into the fairgrounds They will each have a fireman and engineer who will cause tbo Iron monsters to go through some evolutions then the lira box filled und the throttles thrown wide open engln cert nod firemen will leap for and let the public witness what mos unfortunately doci often occur In rail road life This however will be a wreck on metal Caro will bo taken t keep people away from dangerous ground yet there Is a chance of wit nessing a thrilling explosion in boilers bursting and certainly a wreck The executive committee of tho State Fair Association met yesterday afternoon and decided upon two special rail days one to bo Kentucky day when the governor and his staff wlir In e attendance and tho other Louis rllle day when the mayor with tbo boards not ommlttlng councilmen and aldermen are supposed to be In oil dance GRAHAM VKBKLAND In Alsace recently a fouryear oll child the daughter of a workloga I became very ill one day but epeedii recovered and for some days afterward dismayed her parents by eating a rood deal more than a child of that age fs wont to eat Instead however of Jet tong tatter the girl grew thinner and the doctors who wore summoned to at tend her were unable to explain why the food did her no good Finally the riddle was solved fora great serpent about 20 Inches long Issued one more tag from the childs mouth The serpent was killed and sent to the University of Strasburg and since then the little ono has enjoyed excellent health It Is supposed that the child swallow the serpent while drinking Impure water A WORM KILLER J A J Montgomery Fuxlco Wayne To Mo writes I hue little twin girls who have been both red with worms all their ryes I tried everything o relieve them which failed until I used Whites Cream Vermifuge the first two doses brought tour worms from one of- them the next two doses 12 one of them measuring 12 Inches the other child wait only relieved of tour worms It Is a most excellent medicine Whites Cream crmrtuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards oil sickness 25c st Pennys Drug Store At Boscoreale a small village near PompeII excavators have discovered a magnificent bronze statue of Hercules rpolog seated on a rook with his club on his shoulder The work Is In rood state of preservation and le mllarjn style to tbo famous Farnesi erculesTn the Vatican In Rome The director of the museum at Naples le iperlntondlng the transportation of- the statuo WATCH FOR A l1LL However slight at this time of year and In thU climate It Is the forerunner of malaria A disposition to yawn and an- all tired out feeling even comes before the chill llerbineby its prompt stlmu alive action on the liver drives the ran anal germs out cf the system IIU rl Ilea- Ibe blood tones up the system and restores health 60c at Pennys PrugStoio A dispatch from Bangor Maine sa- Carrie Nation returned hero tonight tt the Bangor House at supper she- raked for a glass of beer In tho dialog room and upon being refused she created a dlsturoanco She was removed rrom the room by the proprietor Capt H O Chapman and ejected from the- otci Police officers were called to St Louis exposition managers have decided that the streets of Cairo and all other tiresome and filthy Orl- ental shows will not be tolerated at tbo big show This announcement shollll1 add greatly to the attendance It a chic coat of white paint U put on he outside of a screen door or window la will effectively obscure the view- rom outdoors Tbo paint Is scarcely perceptible oven on the outside and- om within cannot be seen at all Little Willie Say pa whats a dou blo cbl- nPaA double chin mv son U an cx- hange of words between your ma Bnd- Rraodma Philadelphia Inquirer NoddWhatl Married eight years- ndgot seven children Thats doing- retry well old ma- oToddYes a great deai better thane sxpected Smart Set times more cotton has been- marketed la Georgia this year eo far- an In the corresponding period last year The healthy woman need not fear the change which comes os beginning of lifes nulutnu It is the woman who is worn out run down etui a sufferer from diseases who naturallydreads the change of life This is critical period of womans and the prevalence of womanly the duty of every woman who would avoid unnecessary suffer to take especial care of herself at this time The ills which vex so women at avoidedtor use vorile Prescription It makes weak women strong enables the weakest withotranquility el haebeeo a nry healthy woman and this tlllle baA bu very baN lIb tile write Mr- aIme lorotria of tuolOn Station Clurfld- deola no t6 I am rome to tte time of change of life and haw been pick a great al and on When tin Ilcmmts moved beside meIwasktlaDedsadwhenpeeamelome see r llemmls told me to Dr llerce rarorile 1resalydlon and Oolden Medical D also Prlle Jd her to bring me a bottle of each irom the and I used They did me aereat dealof Rood and I got more bottles of Ka orUe rrecrlpllen nertr saw such a wonderful cure Before com menced your remedies I was good for nothing i was in such hardly knew with mieeII do aU my work mysel and lcerwelI Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are easy and pleasant to take LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Harvest King sued wheatjfor sale A P Sloan Hubbe Wo bavo Ito sboau and 25 hews fox sale Lutes CoeFoit SALB Obushels of Seed Rye J M Reynolds Wayncsburg R A Briggs has sold nU 100 acre farm In Shelby for 812000 Tho Hartford Futurity for foals or 1800 valued at 110000 was won by Scott Hndfon with Gall Hamilton- J T Farmers tob oco warehouse at- Water Valley Ky was burned dc- slroylng about 25000 pounds of tobacco E P Woods shipped to Cincinnati yesterday carload of butcher cattle he ooueht In this motion at 2 to Ho- I will be at Stanford next Monday for the purpose of buying mule colts and broke mules Highest market price W 0 Terbune Lutes d Co shipped to Cincinnati this week 00900pound hogs tbat wort ai floe a lot as ever left Lincoln county They were all barrows and of floe stock FOR SALE Ono yearling and three woyearold llnlolas Southdown bucks Price low See them before you buy A W Carpenter Moreiand- ty tf I have for sale 25000 white oak cards made by William Knuckle of Garrard county best board maker la Kentucky John Traylor Gilbert Creek KyaCol John B Wathens public sale of trotting and saddle horses at Lebanon MS a big success Fifteen colt from uckllngi to tbrcejearolds by NorvIn W full brother of Norvardlne sold for 12100 The oattle butchers employed tat tbe Chicago stockyards are threatening a trlke They have demanded a 10 percent Increase In wages The butchers at KUOBSH City St Louis South Omaha St Paul Sioux City and St Joseph have made a similar demand Thero were about 1600 cattle at Jcbraond court Monday and a major sty of thorn changed hands Common cattle were fOe off good cattle ftimdv but selling at Co bOO sheep at Zl to 3c being about ic oil from last court 100 hogs on the market selling at 01 to la has harvested about 70 0000000 bushels of wheat a portion of which will be off grade on account of lecxccivlye moisture during harvest time This Is by tar the largest crop Nebraska has over harvested and may place that State at tbo head of winter wheat producing States Hustonville Property for Sale ProperllItuatedeat eldeof College street In UulLuolIIu Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property It well arranged for hotel or warding house and livery stable having on sarno a nice livery barn 60x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel nod livery purposes and good vacant lot tar private resident It desired Propertyisnow rentod for that turpue n you want toad paying property In Itustonvllle rah on or address U S Carpenter fusion vllle Ky REMEMJ3That R is the dearest thing on earth preJlliUInwoes That only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee indemnityThat in tho Home of Now York can be relied on Jesse D Wearon Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardDoyle ant OP ey Countle Kentucky Wij Biliousness Makes hronlc Invalids IJ When the lITer U torpid and falls to do Its work l the bile enters the blood as a virulent poison Then comes eon pauoa biliousness sick headache tenor and malaria The only treatment that give the liver the right touch and start NAture work in the right manner is 1AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pin touches the liver and the pellet tone tb system 23 dose for 9k days cost 23 cents sad un jJwillSample free sale atIall desires IFOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS 1- rAND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE ISTATE COLLEGE Of KENTUCKY Tho ARilculiura au1tChHlvAl Stale roicgrl Col fJr KmMtcVy eIftvrs the ollolvingralrcvntstYAyalte nlo moInuluglrallhyalobg ijtl Nnrm rthasl aafel McrliKrntal bnsibwrrine KJtO c 11 Ka accrue red MiolKfc K iflii iic cacti of whisk ex tends over testy trMrs and Wade to a 4l445 INxl geatluiir r urs s rd lady 11110 provided litadiiif aei to a ietrs decree Kwh UISUM ul lid i orfsMitoil Hn der a lwJalratr 015111 The rovrol acuity naaib rs slier titer imlfvw altiintiuctors County AppoIntee rswlye hdti a irwtp leaf Ivrtol4trira trios and lights uKl if 1May remain 10 M n l iii irawltna osi snare Tbe InlKMRlnrir anal museums HIV Urlpn well UIII i 0pr bennt and crn The last teal the pwudislr L4giioturee approprliieil folOO tr a college bsvsao roruu wtime aid JKtW fur drill Malt tiedcy HIIUUI lor STllllary laetlra sued sallies ter wily ptwrKtat far mil requhinl by Cngrias Urlullll from tbwaevual awrla rtld Ittteduy sad exvelwst t eitlusl sett UtI1 UkIM Tbs deead N 1r1111t exse1 tiw ability of tlHreto supply Lust year the raalriefilatton Unit was W 1 V For OHlittesoB MetUoU I obtaining uppwlalments Inforsnaitoti leganHng mii of study sell terms of luunJAMBS iL1A1TRlltiQN 1h D LI D Ihseldoat Or to n U FUAXRR UutlnoH Ageutwv Cxnmlnnllonn begin Scpl h 1QO2 Foil Term U oinis Sept IQ 5902 Stanford Female College Tlie Vith aiuiual wsfUon n 11It known snit pIulSt Ha amt Boarding tirhuol fur CiirU will JII s pt 1 rnr caiulog a i lrn B J Fitilccrtoti PrcKldcut Wiaiiforil Kentucky 1t v dcdi4 6 d until you have made nn oxninlnRikm of our stock of 9UA1 UWW cvfrtJ j dC1 Whll PujMir ole Quality quantity nntl price 1Po lii lievo we am jtlonfc you Coe74ed Iaa h Stockholders Muting A meeting of the storkliolOors of the Na tional stank ot llustonvlllo will IM hold on Wednesday Oct IWi for the ofSection taking a vote on the amendment three artleiaof association reducing the number of director from nee to covert JW HOOK Kit CHiller The Hill Academy 1 Next term eptember IMS We ask for the patronage who desire their children have the advantage of a flnt alas thorough trulnlni Those who will not study aro not wanted as they Interfere with the of other S M IIANKIN Principal Dissolution Notice Notice U hereby given that tho Wayue Oil A Gas Co will dUsolve andKo out ness Parsons having claims against the company will present them at once those onlnz company must cattle nt onco J W Iockrl lllI Irosldsnt O n Veathorforfl Bco Troiia FOX tit LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager lwvie tip Farm for Sale is Iarm of IS arena thrco mllos from Hos tonvllle on nrdlordville pike for sale Good dwelling and splendid outbuilding lira t tobnceo land II O Oover Ilus tonvltlN K- YRAMS FOR SALE Pure Southdown Haas for tale Call on or write to W U McKlnney Kldda Storey t i fill Cs RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fERIOEC i And Dealer In Lime Cement o c Write For Prices A