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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ILXXXSTANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 119 1902 9 A M NO 53 NEWS NOTES D W Bauins 87000raildenee at Mt Sterling burned A lone highwayman hold up a eta coach In t alltornla 10 Drurv was found dead InI hu bed In Davlcis county An explosion In a colliery In Bacland killed number of ponton A Negro farmer bought n blaok va grant for It at Bhelbyvllla Moro than a score of parsons ware Injured In a wreck on a cable Hon at Chicago Milo Sbanki has boon ro elected provident of the Kentucky Club at Washington Cholera bcavy rainfall and floods caused a heavy lots of ute In soma of tho dltrleu of Japan A Butler county man 81 yoora old tried to elope twice but wai oaob time captured by hie children L N earnings for tbo fourth wee k of August show no Inoreaso of tSlMO and for the month IM2 870- Kdwanl Brown a Negrbwho based a little white girl was fatally shot bS oitluni at Eat St Louli III Mourn Potter one of the most prom Intnt ra n In Warren county le deed at tAe age of ninetyfour years The Odeon at Cloolonatl woe tfastejr ed sal the htiiorle Mule Hall w damaged br tire Low 1100000 The pottoffle at Tanwall Tana was robbed of 1100 In tamps 8110 In IWOHr end all the rogUUradmRtl The oWolal report ot Drltlih MIUI- tlMlu the floor war shows Killed IiiI wounded S8US0 died of wouD deof ord1eao1010Two ttrlos of the 0ra berland Presbyterian Ohwrah hue tat ken stops looking toward union with tbo mother ohureb At niokman fob Dennett and Llsb Winston were given two years eaob tbo penitentiary and Seed WOO for op orating a crap game llobbert blew open the outer door of the safe In tbo bank ot Sooora Uard- t Bounty but the oltiaens were arquied and DO booty was scoured Poisoned whisky Is bellofed to ba tyat caused tba death of a Negro woman at i Fulton nod tbo Negro who gave her liquor Is under arrest itbo body of William Craig tba e trof ores service agent who was killed In s tbe street oar aoaldentatLeaox Mal e M was tent to Chicago for burial President Ilooserolt spoke la Lex legion Saturday night for five minutes when en route from Clnolnnatl to Chat tanooga A largo orowd beard him Between Marou 14 1000 and August 61 1892 tbero wore organised In the United States 1141 national banks with aggregate capital stock of IM WISOO Charles Byrd an attorney of Jack son shot and killed George Smith at Proton Brealbltt county Byrd to ok to tbe woods after the shooting kid has not boon arrested Louis II Aymc United States Cp sul at Gaudeloupe fear that If Mont Pole blows Its bead off again a tidal wave will bo started which will likely claim a half million lives Couotx for the Steel Trust obar that the proceedings In Now Jersey to prevent the conversion ot 8206000 000 of preferred took Into bond wore instituted for purposes of blackmail The coal srlko In Wast Virginia Is praailoally at an end by the agreems ot the miners In tbo Pooabontas region to return to work next Monday A cabers will be reinstated by the store Another violent voloanlo eruption said to have oowirred on the Island of Martinique and 2000 persons are said to have perished Over 1200 people were killed by the eruption Saturday night Rev Morris Wlleon an aged Baptist minister near Genoa W Va out hie wifes throat white bo was In a demented condition Neighbors came up dur tag the struggle Mr Wilson who la 82 years of ago disappeared In tbo woods and has not boon found a After a sharp tight tho bulldln g for merly known as Villa Ridge Inn at Pewee Valley seventeen miles east of 0 Louisville was chosen by the Board of Trustees for Kentuckys Confederate llama Capt S II Ford of Ocos boro was elected commandant to bavo charge of the Institution The trustees of the Confederate b mortal Association at a meeting h In Charlotte N 0 adopted a resol tion declaring vacant tbe oflloo of perlnteDdeat and secretary bold by John C Underwood They also den ed to resist payment of Mr Under woods claim of 317000 against tbo as sociation Capt C1 C Calhoun who hoe be in Washington In the Interest ot Ken tuckys Spanish War clatmils at hoc He expect the volunteers from t State to receive about 1150000 In all Claim agept8aro ruported to bo buyln up the claims among tbo volunteers atilt a reduction expecting to realize lull Faluo on them LANCASTER The Catholics held loryloes at tbo mte house Sunday- ge The W C TU realized 120 from the lee cream supper Thursday night The public school declamatory con test ties been postponed till the nut of Oatober on account ot sickness Price Bros sold a saddle hotto to Sam Anderson for 1100 Kd Price sold ro cattle to Mr Dell of Ohio at 5c Rev J M Bruce preached Sunday moralng for Rov Woolford who Is agedg la a meeting at Crab Orchard P P Friable hoe placed In his drug store a handsome graphophono which will furnish dally concerts to his oust o m ere Tho Ladles Aid Society will bold Its next meeting with Mrs BG lieu U man and some Important matters will be considered Gilbert Turner of the Mt Hebron loatlOB lost a chlW from soarlot ever and she mis burled ID the family bury lag graced UM followlnx day Tbe new organisation of tbe W O T- Ulrom Herring SohoolhotH aame to visit the Lancaster society Saturday and see Uielr roods of eoDdootlng IIIML Iflgs Rid Moors pranobtd a flee eeriaoa Sunday oo tbe Parable of the Tare It nsBe cited tba paseece An essay ba door t41 as a poteot aaewer to t query of the orijrlB of evil TIN wprk oa the Presbyterian liar MMagele progressleg nicely and If goed vreather oentlnnes U will be aompleipd earlier than expected sad one LeneaeteradandacmestdwellingsScarlet derate In northwest Garrard as many as W eases belog reported SekooU at West Point Stony Point and Antloeh are all closed oa noootint of tbe lek new tob4 first plan aad report of tbo building eemnltte of the Christian ejiureb was adopted Sunday and work will begin atone A proiraatod roeot lalag will begin on tbe completion of the York A protracted meeting began Sund UM tiolored Christian oliurob In Mlddlesboro addition with S R Cotter of Oopklnsvlllo as preacher TI revival was Inaugurated by the women Rev Woods church Tbe Canard graded school opened Monday with Prof Mannlx as prlnol pal and Mr Sullivan Misses Knapp West Andertoo Smith Henderson as atslstanis and Miss Waihburn ae kin dergarteo teacher There was a good attendance Miss Sue Sublette Siat officer the O W B AI will be hero this week lecturing Saturday afternoon and will fill the pulpit at tbe Christian obureb next Sunday evening The Lac caster society will go to PleaiantGrovo Sunday afternoon to orgaalae a branch auxiliary Mr Mettle Sailor Busby died nth or home In Wtlllamsbcrg of general par nnlysle and the remains wore brought hero Saturday for Interment Mrs Butby was a native and till alter her marriage a resident of this place bo lag a daughter ot Gabriel Salter ftReformer Lancastrians but now residents of St Louis Tho deceased had rcaobed her 47th your and loaves two daughters and a son to sorrow order departure the tattwo sisters as It oasts r gloom over their early married life as both have but recently wedded two brothers Mrs Badger of Ocala Florida U lethe gust ot Mrs M L Walden MUs Annie Roysion has returned from trip through Easters Kentucky In t Internet of school work Mrs J D Kllgoro of Dallas Texas has been visiting Mrs J S Robinson Mrs Charles Singleton sad little son of Crab Orchard Bro guests of Mrs Gco T Farrls JJlss Nell Bourne of Lower Gnrrnrdle visiting Misses Mary Mettle Thompson Mrs John Noe of Marksbury will give a largo dining at her handsome country homo Thursday Mr and Mrs Davis Wllllamsburg have been with Mrs B F Walter Mils Alma Lear of Paint Lick has been the guest of Miss Katie Slmpaon Mrs belay of Danville visited Mrs J S Robinson Sunday Miss Ethel West leaves shortly to trlculato at Hamilton College b penalfeng at and liesqale leeeuStone of guestIof Miss Mrs Mar genet Cloy 01 Richmond has been with relatives hero 0 W Frlsblo is clerking In Logan Dry Goods Store pMrs Sam Haseldcn has returned rom a visit to Nlcholasvllle Mr and Mrs Wha C of Now Orleans arc expected this us guests of Mr and Mrs W H boomln2W I 0 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J B Rout solo to Mack fTlsber n pony for tOO J M Goooh sole to James bio0arlc 1C huge at tile A O Alford told to N M Pipes mulo Dolt for 148 Henry Bright Hays sold to H J Darer 10 doge at Ole C G Caldwell void to A J Drown throe mulo colts at 110 J B Rout bought two soften mulo- i colts hero yesterday at SID Isaac Hamilton sold to D N Prewl a suckling mule colt for 975 Joab Rlgnov sold yesterday some heifers at 3o and cows at 21 c Thomas W Napier won a pnalng race at the Barbourvltle left M J Farrin bought 21 aged mules here yesterday 876 to 100sJ J MoCull sold three twoyearold mules hero yesterday for 1800 C T Bobon bought U male ache at Mlddloburg Saturday at C5SM Geo D Robinson sold to W n Tat hone n pair of bore mules for MOO Boam Bros of Boys sold 90 male to T P Daalap of Jwsamlne at 8100 WllayelebnadlloRlEtloegaee4tonee g Beet Kstrayed to my place a roguish brie lbelbbep L L Detr bought of 817 Owens a eaoklleg male colt to mstoh one be bad for 1M Thomas Puce sold some batcher cat tle yesterday al lie sad a tweed of hogs at lie- b J C Hays told air 600 pound as fife at 30 road to B Cbaueellor 90116 poe as sboateatOte J F Cook of PrMeborsvUle eoW some small lambs al lie and a ba tab bf helera at Ile larJ8IthaDC1lernear Kansas pity Mayor Graioger at Louisville has aeoepled the prmldoocy of the Louis ville Jockey Club yoetardhasq of egad mules for S180- e The large barn aloe horses and a quantity of grain belonging to E A Smith burned sear Kllzabetbtown W W Hays taught of Mrs J W McCurdy 6k sense of land adjoining bl pleas on Hustonvlllo pike at a fancy price Joe Chancellor bought of W E Lawrence a bunch of sheep at 200 bogsfSquire John Bailey tolls us that O It Brawner has X or 30 sense of the best tobacco he has seep anywhere in his travels E L Sawder sold to H Meredith some hollers at 813 and to Jos Bropl two at 110 He sold to Jos o Fox steer at 2 9DSIou yearling and threetwoyearold firstclass Southdown bucks Price low Seo them before you buy A W Carpenter Mordant Ky tf LiLpounds at 5c Also to Hal Wood 4icOpotblaDemocrat a I hero for sole 25000 white oc ThoIn Kentucky John Traylor Gilberts Greek Ky + The Government Statistician port It indicative of a largo shorts in the cotton crop Tho condition Is yearbeo poorest ever known J K Baughman sold to C W W hems president of too Kcatuc Growers Insurance Co 24 twoyear old sugar mules at 9135 W W Lyon sold him 21 of tame at 9137 60 and John ISdepersonally sale of Mrs W W God pricesffrom 976 to 8145 20 head of horses rom 875 to 860 sheep from 350 to 80 aged work mules S7u to 8110 DaovlIJe News CouitT DAY Thero wore yeeteraIrextra good yearlings brought close prleb8lIeUeraor etult 2t to 3Jo Lots of mulo colts sold at 125 to 870 aged mules at 800 to 8120 CURED PARALYSIS W S Dally P 0 True Texas writ 11q alto had daMn nuflorlng flvo years with paralysis In her arm when I persuaded to use Dullards Snow nl moat which cured her all right I have aeerd 60c ft bottle at Pennys Drug Bto Dr J J Booker shot H E Christie to death lu Green county J HUSTONVILLE Joe Lee f 4aThe colored fair was not a succcis financially The stockholders lost out entirely McKee Rifle has bought small farm from Hmmott McCormacIc and will boo como a tiller of tbo toll on his own hook- tt Tho O W B M members held a dollebtful social at the noepltablo home of Mrs Jetse P RIlTo Friday evening Eld A 0 Hopkins will begin a Sun day School Institute at the Christian eburcb Thursday evening to continue doge The wife of Url b Carter died Sun day of ecDBuuiinion and was burled yesterday afternoon She was a dough ter of n F McKinley Rev W W DruM preached a One Mrmon at tbo Presbyterian ohuroh Sunday Mrs BrIlod tbe baby Bo oorapaaled him from Perrvvllle to fill bis appointment CbrUau College under the tires deuey of Dr O U Paul opeoed wit 10 odd pupils sad that dumber bee beer considerably augmented The prow pete for a auooeMul term are mOtto Uatterlug Bvery person who bas oaten at tbo splendidly kept Weatherford Hotol will learn with regret that Mr and 11n D S Carpenter will leave that bosielry Jan 1 It will be an extreme ly hard task to fill their please They will go to housekeeping In their graft home recently purchased Frank Lusk of Plttsburg Pa Is with bis mother Mrs Alice Lusk E C Hopper Is over from Latonla with his daughter Miss Camillo Hopper Mrs Maggie L Rudolph of Wichita Kansas Is the guest of Mrs Eramctt MeCormack George P Crow is at home from Stonegn Va fora levdavs teat but ho Is spending most of tbe time courting Mrs J L Coowayaod bright little son Reid who have span tbo Summer with her parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Reid will leave for tbolr homo at Wichita Kansas stated previously Mr and Mrs Rol will accompany them MrRufus EJpps- and brldo aro spending a week or so with his parents before going to house keeping Mr Lou Holmes spent Sun day at tho Weatherford Hotel bite Jessie Powell tins retul sad from Lan easier IN COUNTIES John Aurlob was crushed to death by countyFpurchased the dry goose business ot Harrodsburge cience IIIII1e dead He was a Math dict minister for 62 years and waA a coutln of tho late Gon Jubal A Ear ly Residents of Poweo Valley who op pose the location of tbe Confederate Home at that place threaten legal pro 00oeedage to prevent the purchase of Villa Ridge Ion George Nelson colored Is under or settingkhree small houses were damaged In volving a loss of abput 810CO- Messrs Charles Geffloger Shelton Ransdoll and Hon J J C Bond attend reportgtook In everything takablo la Casey reomnty and for boipltallty and a royal good time they say go to the moun false Instead of a oily Tbo talc was onkyspent ono night with that versatile newspaper writer and hospitable ex doctorJ Tom Bohon at Hustonylllo tbsnh8boyseproperly named for everybody ties all the Liberty they want In Casey Har 50rodeburg Democrat MATRIMONIAL orJohn Reynolds andMiss Lllllo Me hlandnThomas and Mlea Jennie Evans of tho Gilberts Creek section wero married nt Harrodsburg last week They will make their home in Cbalta R R Noel joined heart and hand al Rowland David Crutchtleld and caMla Alice Wrenn and performed tbo ceremony at the court boueo that made Fred Payuo of Illinois and Miss Mar tba Bell of tbla county one Frank Westerfleld and Miss Marge ret Pope Durham wero married at the homo of the bride near Perry vllle by groomrewho lea Welter field of this place la an excellent young man t r Ifl 2 R 9 grt H Is It Worth 200 I IJiJyou Cull buy m Hawes New Shapes For Fall IIf31Are Now Ready I lITPAYS TO TRADE AT i THE GLOBEIIqJ Merchant T llorlo t1fWYour money beck It youre pot satisfied Kh9a J NOTICE To Country Merchants 4 oHJ+ 113 H p1Ye are now in the Wholesale Dry Goods Clothing and Gouts Furnishing Goods and can save yon from 15 to 20 par cent on the dollar Terms 30 to 00 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 aMens shoes worth 150 at 98c Mens 500 suits at 298 448a tailormade 650 Mens 1200 suits go at 750I guarantee Boys suits at your own price Boys knee pants worth 50c now at 19c Cr Rosenstein J Co STANFORD KY Superior Grain Drills 1 1o4f Special Features Both wheels drivers solid steel frame each disc and draw bar pressurejThe King of tile Field It has Imitators but no equal Higgins S McKinney aSTANFORD KENTUCKY s Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles 1 Bargain Sale NOW On Craig Rocker srxHFORa I1tnA e 4uticdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It isa sure cure fur tho odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients uro perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY H u e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON- Ii Candidate for lUllrotd Cotnmtalontr for J4 DUtrlct subiect to the will of the democricr H fi HENNINGER arfettiublecttothe action of the Democratic for State Treat pmjr ROBERT HARDING ofPinrllle It a ntxlliUte for Circuit Judge e- Ject bo to the actlin of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Merctr It a candidate lor Commonwealths At 1IIftttoFor Congrats G G GILBERT OtSholby IN the death of Edward Eeglcaton last week there passed away tbo most successful novelist In depleting tbo pioneer life of tbo middle west Ho was born In 1837 In Southern Indiana whoa rural life still retained tbe color Riven to it by the settler from New England and tbe South He passed his boyhood amid scenes which ho afterward described with more charm than any writer who ever lived ID the Hoosier State When Ecclestooa Hoosier School Master was published In 1872 the west knew that a master workman in the Geld of western literature bad been found The story was simple and direct In stylo and bore the marks of hasty work but It was like a photograph in its delineations of character and its pictures of life that came with- In range of experience of men and women country bred This story Intro duced Eggleston to the reading public and every book after then was eagerly looked for Ho grew In public estlma tlon as a writer no matter how his po lineal views may have been regarded Ho was In all things an earnest church man and good citizen and his death leaves a void In the ranks of Western p novelists TUB speaking at Danville Saturday was a repetition to a considerable ex tent of that at Harrodeburg the Mon day previous when Judge Saufley came out first best A largo number of the latter a Lincoln county friends went down to hear him and were well repaid for the trip Although not in condi tion physically be made a great speech and one full of food for thought file sarcastic sally at the Danville News which had had several very un kind mentions of him was enjoyed even by Mr LUIards friends Notwithstanding Judge Saufley bearded Mr Harding In his den good judges say that It was readily apparent tbat the crowd was In sympathy with our distinguished townsman Mr Hardlngs speech was along the lines of that delivered at Harrodsburg but many say that ho showed plainly that he bad got ten enough of the argument In fact there were those who construed his language to mean that he would not meet Judge Saufley again He con cluded by asking big friends not to attend Judge SauQeys appointments nor sign a petition asking for a primary iTEDDY made ono friend by a abort stop at Lexington Following is what the Lexington Democrat says of him after seeing and hearing him We con less that we have always bad an Intense prejudice against President Roosevelt but he is so different a man from what wo expected and la so dew ocratlo In speecn and manner that our feelings have undergone a complete metamorphosis since last nights visitI He appears to be a wholesouled man intensely earnest and as plain as an old shoe His speech was practical and full of good points and the vast throng agreed with one accord that be seemed to bs the man he Is described honest courageous and full of common sense Ho made a moat favorable Impression BRER LILLARD of the Danville News falls to answer any of the ques tions we propounded and we take it that be has either seen the error of his way or is stumped He Is coming our 1way however for he was one of tbe first to congratulate Judge Saufley on his excellent speech at Danville Satur day Brer Llllard Is all right any way but he gets a little off occasional ly and tries to eat em alive SINCE a Roman Catholic priest has been elected to tbo Vermont Legisla ture and a Congregatlonallst minister nominated for secretary of State in Ohio It appears that the pulpit Is go I Ing to get in closer touch with the ma chlnory of State t WE know the Harrodsburg Democrat couldnt get along without fine old t Brer John Grimes After letting him rest awhile it has again secured his ex cellent services POLITICAL Returns from County Auditors and County Clerks Indicate tbat theta are 40000 more voters In Indiana than two years ago A negro filed an application In the Federal Court at Montgomery Ala for an injunction against tbe new State Constitution of Alabama Attorney General Pratt holds that elections to fill vacancies in the offices of Police Judge and Magistrate can beheld this year only in towns and count ties embraced in the districts In which Appellate Judges pro to be elected All the candidates in the Sixth judi clal district have declared themselves aeIn favor of a primary election on ti regular election lay In November and it Is probable that the Dltrlot Com mittee will rescind Its notion and fix the primary for the date originally so lected Tbe sensation ol the closing day of the Wisconsin Democratic State Con vention was the turning down of a rce olntton just before the convention adjourned Indorsing the national platform On its Introduction a motion to adjourn was carried with not over two or three protests t Congressman Clayton of Alabama has no fear of a white republican party In that State The foundations of tbe party be claims are faulty the Negro and carpetbagger Mr Clayton states that the republican protest against trusts Is insincere and ho asserts that while publicity would be beneficial y the best way of handling tbe subject through the tarif- fiiis AND THAT Sheriff Price Jones died unexpected ly at Bcattvvllle of malaria Anderson Givens of McKinney has been granted a pension of 812 The Garrard Graded College opened yesterday with 410 in attendance Safeblowers robbed the postoffice at Hubbard Ohio and secured much bootyW C Terhuno bought hero yester day 14 broke mules at 870 and 24 mule colts at 830 The plant of the Independent Brew- Ing Company at Cincinnati was destroyed by fire Tho L A N will extend the Provi dence branch through a rich mineral region of Western Kentucky Shot Polk of Paducah pleaded gun ty to the murder of George Gray and was given a life sentence The coal strike in the New River and Kanawba districts has been settled and 17000 miners have returned to work J Henry Kirk of Marlon sold to Hudson Bro a bunch of mules at 8175 Sam Thomas sold to R N Wathen two loads at 15- 0Thirty persons were killed and four hundred made seriously ill by drinking water from an arsenic spring at Ma- piml Mexico Potatoes form the worlda greatest single crop 4000000 bushels being produced annually equal in bulk to the entire wheat and cotton crop Tbe Chesapeake fc Ohio Railroad ii devising a plan for establishing a pen son roll for aged employes Tbe fund will be gratuitous on the part of the companyThe uniforms of the six footmen who walked by the side of the Kings state carriage to and from West minster Abbey on coronation day cost 8550 apiece Tbe Illinois Central Railroad Com pany proposes to spend from 810000 000 to 820000000 In doubletracking its road between Fulton Ky and Jackson Miss Jim Wright and John Templeton noted Tennessee desperadoes and said to have killed no fewer than six men each were shot to death by a posse and Wrights son captured Tbe 18th week of the anthracite coal miners strike has passed with no move for a settlement ID contemplation except n possible call for an extra ses ion of the Pennsylvania Legislature Two Italian striking miners wore set upon by strikers pickets near Wilkes birre In the belief that they were nonunion men Ono mans brains were beaten and the other so badly hurt he will probably die The body of a suicide thought to be William Bartbolln the alleged mur derer of his mother and sweetheart In Chicago was found Ina field near Lowther la Letters were found on him confessing to the murder Tbo Soufrlere volcano on tho Island of St Vincent Is greatly agitated and tbo people are fleeing from the fire zone The entire Island has been en veloped in smoke and It Is feared there has been destruction and loss of life There Is no communication with tbe affected district CHURCH MATTERS James Anderson died at Madison Ind while singing at a prayer meet Inc Kansas City church people have started a war against disorderly houses Fully 1200 people attended the camp mooting nt Eubanks Sunday There were 23 confessions Cyntblana was elected as the place of holding the next annual conference of the Kentucky M E Church South The meeting at Logans Creek held by Elds J G Livingston and B J Pinkerton resulted in 50 additions all of whom joined the church Tbe bap tizing occurred Sunday afternoon in the presence of a largo crowd Wren J Grlnstead of Lexington has received a cablegram from Adelaide Australia calling him to tho pastorate of the Christian church In tbat city He will leave for Adelaide In Octo ber Mr Grinslead graduated with the honors of his class In the Bible college j of Kentucky University after recelv Ing a dejjreo at State College I The conduct of tho Rev F S Pollltt of Fort Thomas secretary of tbb con I forenoo and presiding older of the Covln ton district whose name connected with that of a woman mem1- I her of a Covington choir will be Invev tlgated says a dispatch from London Mr Pollltt was pastor of tho Mothodlst ohurch horn several years anti the friends he made here sincerely hope ha will bo exonerated PIIYSIUIAN AND DRUGGISTS Ford t Sturgeon a prominent drug firm at hooky lUll Station Ky write Wo were requested by Dr G B Snlg ley to send for Herblno for the benefit of our customers We ordered three dozen in December and we aro glad to say Horblno has given such great satliftction tbat we bave duplicated this order three times and today we have your lal man another order Wo beg to say Dr G B Snlgley takes pleasure In iccomuiemling Herblno We botto at Pennys Drug Storey IH C NEWLAND SURVIVOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Often his services to tbo people of Lincoln and adjoining counties Seed Wheat for Sale 1000 bushels of choice teed wheat for title at OOc That wheat yielded 1S bushels per acre Sample at Lincoln County National Hank lllcUloy t Williams Knob Lick Ky Jorsoy Cows for Snlo I have for sate two extra goof Jtnty htUirs Doth I wad toe three yetrs alt In Janrury reoj No I It a- docetant of the oIi UurlslJe cow an1 surd by Tor went tutl Is now giving 1 ia ciNoni of milk per day Is due to calvt March by the eat NIl IeJro I sat No j ilraJty Uonaus loris aJ tsar- dam I ty NaneysJohe Butt Aa Is now Jfvlftjt J gallons milk par day Ural to Pedro Ass II Both broke to mWc on I sews are fawn color hatter broke 4Uitr stJe1nJ the of nMlk It Ai Irk each So u Stanf- ordBONDS FOR SALE I Stanford Oraded School District Bonds us follows Four f500 bonds due la 10 Lean from date of Issue redeemablo at option of Trustees nt any time seven years after issue also four 600 lands duo payable ID 10 These bonds bear six cons Interest payable somt annually Sealed bIds received on same on or before September 15 100 addressed to J N Sanndort Seey StAnford K- vDissolution I Notice of Notice k hereby given that the Waf- OIl1t Gas Uo will dlIOive and go eut HMt Less Persons havIng claims agalntt the company will present them at once those lwlug the COIII DV settle at oooa J W Luckr1d President O D Weatherford See tTrees FARM FQR SALE flawing concluded to quit farming I will tell my farm of 135 acres on UutoDYille tMIddleburg pike 2 mUM from Ilastanrllle Farm Is In a ttto of cultivation well watered and Is Improved with now dwelling of 8 rooms It a frame a large tobacco barn a stork barne Considerable part of this land Is virgin toll JOHN McDANlKb KldiU Store Ky P 8 I will sell entire stock of goods at thl place Good stand to tell goods Small Farm For Sale f desire to toll the farm on which I now ire It ooutalot ISO acres of fine laud all In grass U onefourth of a mile from post office 2 miles from McKlnncy on O S railroad 5 miles from Stanford and In splendid neighborhood lies comfortable of 7 rooms abundant outhouses In good Good sprlntn yard and two streams rUD through farm Fencing fine and enough loose rails on place to keep fence up for 20 ears Farm fronts on pek- eow W CARTER Tarnertvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT xStli One farm containing about IS acres loaned 3S miles from I tncMtor 1 mile from Hubble 8 miles from Danville and 7 miles tram Stanford ljtug on old Lancaster and Danville turnpike within one mile of post office two and school containing It subject of division ono place about 80 acre with dwelling of five rooms hlI bathroom and cellar stock barn 50x60 fret servant house of two rootrs Ico house buggy house and all outbuildings Tbe second contains about 80 acres A with dwelling of four rooms hall cistern etc dock barn oox C4 feet Implement barn tenant house of two rooms both laces fronting on The place la well watered by never falling springs and two onds one of which Is tho largest and best In CelltrallCeDtucky and with fine fish Moth stock barns and dwelling nre supplied with a One system of waterworks water beln forced by a 2horte pow- F engine which lt alto equIpped- tor cutting Iced etc The place has 70 acres now In corn balance in grass and I stubble Fine orchard of about tour acres a All of under good fence ThIs placo told separately then us a wholei best bid will bo Terms will be one thlyd cash balance In ono und two ears draw- Ing tU per cent Interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money As lamA time nnd place wo will sell the following towlti Deerlng binder 1 leering mower tteel rake S cnltlva tors corn planter with check rower disc barrow disc harrow corn sheller large power cutting box onehalf Interei In roller one tilde one hug boy two horse waron spring wagon one elder mill about 10 UOO tobacco stick lot plow and wagon gear twothird InUrett In 70 acres corn sheath oats and millet hay 1 red cow fresh 1 Jersey cow 1 good heifer 1 work 3 rood work mules lot deal netting lOxiOx2Olxofsesaloa I IDOjlTerms Implements turn UD- der 110 cash over that amount until Jan 1 1003 without Interest Nejtollabloj note Those desiring to look ntlibeshown same by A F on nremlses For any further Information adI ilres B W Glvens Nubble Ky T D English Auc J 8 A E T MINOR Sale will begin at 10 A v and dinner will be served on the grounds I n You got your goods cheaper hero than elsewhere nml china free with every jHirclmso Two good reasons for trolling with us THE GRAND LEADERWe will demonstrate to you that The Lender is tho place where you want to do your trading AVe save you money on every purchase Condo in price our goods and see fur yourself tho money by trading with ns 9lons Clolldng uJoys Mens woHmnilo sack suite worth 4our price 8275 liens nil wool suits nicely bade worth 87 our price S550 Mona fine black Cloy worsted suits worth S10 our price 8850 Mona fino black SlUts silk lined worth 818 our price 81060 lions well made serviceable trousers worth 8150 our price 08c lions strictly nil wool pants worth 8275 special price 169- Mcna 8350 pants Dutches brand war ranted go nt 8250 We have tho finest line of punts made at 83 8350 8 1 und 85 Come in amt look nt them Boys well made suits black nicely made nt oxc A better suit cnssimero nt 8150 LEADEns aJ H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable llrucet Old Stand Depot St STRHFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonablo Rates Special Attention to Travel lag l hone No lit TIMBER UND FOR SflLE In order to settle the partnenhlnboslneM of John Donta Jr and Honta having died last December we wilt tell 5700 acre of Umborlandln Adalreonn ty Ky Tbt land contain between IHt M and 5S0990C feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut ObMtnat and hickory This tract of land Is close to the faiaovs oil fields Waynl OOllllY and II exceedinglywell ad for agricultural AU of the land iiu one body an- purposes It 11 D bargain fortoueone For particulars apply to 10 COULTER UMdledarR Ky Or to E M Ilnrdln Ilarrodttmrg or Oscar llontu Faulkner Ky J La Beazley Co Undortakors and- Embalmers 1UO nutria IS FurnltureltIntUnJ8Rugs They will Exchange Furniture for nil kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR RENT I desire to rent my propSrty situated on Somerset street H roD town constat log ot dwelling of seven rooms betide kitchen and servants room and a fine cellar smokehouse chicken horse coal house and a good stable and 10 acres of land S hydrants one In the and one forelock wall and cistern combined near the door lor Sd In IOOl repaIrJABlIAJIRY Farm For Sale fHaving concluded to quit farming I will sell farm of 115 acres on Mllledgevllle and Stanford pike It N In good state of cultivation very Improvements wel watered with never falling springs In county For furtherinformation call on or wrlto to W Fettns fitlllodgevlllo Ky PUBLIC SALE Of Dr P W Logan Farm on Wednesday fllternoonSeiUO It Is located In the WfIt End of Lincoln county Ky on Stanford and Mllledgovlllo pike live relict south of Junction Utty tout miles oast of Hustonvllle seven miles west of Stanford and two miles east of Moroland station on U S Its It Said farm contains 2JO acres of fertile bluegrass land all of which Is In grass except about 49 acres and has upon 11 two lets of Improvements really two farms In ono being in one con tinuous body but susceptible of division Front part of farm hac upon It a large two story brick residence containing 0 rooms a two story veranda In front large two atory porch on oast end of house surrounded dry cellar This residence U by evergreen and forest tree and within CO yards of On south portion of farm there la a frame cottage of four rooms kitchen spring hD etc Upon entire premises there are four gcod barns Ice house S tenant houses and other outbuildings Also two good orchards cistern well etc Forty acres In under tree wood land Tho entire farm la good fence and well watered by springs ponds and branches running through It One tbe barns above mentioned III 02 by 88 foot 30 feet high and splendidly tiered for tobacco Immediate road ship andlocationmade lIberal Tbo farm will bo of In two Iota of 100 and 188 acres with Improvements on each lot and at a whole will be told at public auction at 330 Wednesday af ternoon Sept 10 1903 W LOGAN Moreland Ky Paxton B Shank Walker Coq Carter Ilemember wo give with every ptirchiwo tickets redeemable in ehinaware Oct n set free by trading with us Grrml oadoa and 7ons s1OOI fens heavy Shoos tho 8150 kind 8100 Mens heavy Shoos tho 8200 kind 8100 Mens shoos the 8175 kind 81111 Mens fine shoos tho 8250 kind 8181 Mens fine show the 8350 kind 8275 nail boys shoos in itlmndnuco tit priced that will interest you A petty shoo for Indies nt SI Ladles ileavyshoo worth 8150 at 8125 Ladies heavyshoe worth 8200 at 8105 All our fine grind reduced in price tic n yard fur brand of calicoes io n yard for 86ln blanched and tin e bleached cotton 5c n yard for booc181tirtiulf 4 7 o a yard 1 lied table linen worth 25o nt Me in and fit your boy for ohool und IICOllie to buy hooks II J a l f I Villa and sec what we hnoIIfor Birthday wedding ate Our now selection M I m fora many suggestions Irantsand friends in Jowolry I 1 and Cut Glass and Clocks E- tcMUELLERSI Intchos I W H 1 We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on areceiving tho ideal service they got horo with out insistin Tho public at largo is not ono unit as particular as we are in this matter of pure tho acouralo fill ing of tlioirprescrlptions In the buying 1 IgncbSright in every particular Condo to us Penny Drug Store l i j e 1 iS e y 0 0 h r n q S ti J t tat+cr I until have made nti examination eofour stock of I S fu4tVUIU rrhh thzadsr1W- all fi IfI pricetl d iscs WRArwrlhors Jurnrturo Co j j 9ii i C i i f i i S S alaa ac S CARSON PENCE 1Ky DEALERS IN f Carriages Buggies Phaetons Wagons Buck h boards Harnesst fiPull and complete stock of the above always on hand 1111rare soldat prices that 1cfycompotitionii fy See our elegant line ot Lap Robes f1 f LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKhi 5a CAPITAL STOCIC 50000aDirectors 7D BOwsley U WO W fine Childrens beet h his you Successors to The Farmers Hank tt Trust Company and under same contlnuouilyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial t t I i f 1 b J OluicersI h c S R S11ANIS t h President v J R vJtlCahler11 IeWAnt CashierCJ ahc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANKOUU KY SKIT 0 1002 I In tilling your prescriptions we ueo tho right In the exact Clone and with proper cure Wo could not do bettor If yon paid ui doublo ttao price which II always reasonable POD r NCVfl Druz Store PERSONALS C L DWB ntKsnded 16e iiomoriet lairfwMns wont i Sunday LexlDjttMn THOMAS MoDBATii attended the Som9rl1t fair f LITTLE JHAN PAXTON has taarlot fever In a mild form Miss LIIK Ricin NIi OiL li vliltlag i frlcnda In Loulivlllo t ERNesT T CAnTER went to Morn f phli Saturday on builneii MR CHAS NoiiTH li now transfer t mall agent at Junction CityVMRS JENNIE was the guest of MM T J Hillfi MRS LUCY ST GLAIR Is I ter a visit to friends at Rome Qa DR It GOLDSTEIN will bo at thetfr Veranda Hotel hero Sept 10 and 11 AND MRS J ROY B R08- 1JCDO from Huitonvlllo Saturday i LINDA MILLER of Danville was tilt guest of Miss Lucille Cooper Miss MARY PHILLIPS took advan taro of the low rate to Cincinnati Sun I t Iday Miss LYDIA Lewis of Danville spent several days with Mr Allc- I i ClovdLINCOLN WHLLS one of Catcys lumber king took Saturdays trait for Jolllao Missus MAROARCT AND IDA KINO of Moreland hhvo gooo to Paris to at tend college- Mlt AND MRS II 0 FARRIS ore spending the week at DtaaUys Hotel Crab Orchard b Miss liueeiR AIIMSTHONO has rc turded to LouUvlllo after a visit to Mrs J A Allen MR L U QiVBNB wile and daugh ter of Uarrodiburg were guests of Mrs Mary Olvens Miss LUCIIR MtiNHPnH left yenta day for Cincinnati to take a touno In the College of Mutle MR SAMCHL SBVHRANOE of tho Lexington Democrat Is here with the bomefollfs resting tip MRS lAN DUDDRRAR has re to mod to Loulsvlllr alter a visit to her moth or Mrs Wyatt Smith e MR J D WILLIS the genial mana 0 gerof Crab Orchard Springs Is baring t atuisla with rheumatism Missus ANNIM AND rrA THOUI liON of Preaohersvllle have maul CollegeL Alpha been the rI Miss JKSSIK DHLL who has been visIting It Mr J 7 Spoonamoret re turned tcx Louisville Saturday MRS LEI P UUFKMAN left yester day for a visit to friends In Lincoln DemooratIMiss Or chard ie tbo gueetof Miss Anna Evans at tier hone In the country Advocate Miss BKFIB LANOSTON of Nashville Is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs A P Purdom In tho Hubble sec Lion i MR AND MRS A T ROIURDS who have been visiting Mr A M Feland and family returned to Mississippi yesterday MRS WAVBRLY HAMILTON has re turned to her borne at Oendorson after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mr J Huff Duddernr at Rowland BUQHNE OHNDORPT of Livingston Is now firing on the QC O between Somerset and dholtonooga lie mac o tho run In four hours and 20 minutes tho other day- NYTiIL ANDERSON of Rlobmoa- Va was the guest of oallt T E Bit at Mr Sam M Owens C Mule of Indian Territory was also a gUilt at that hospitable homo MR JosBiii 0 HACKLEY eon ol Mr J T Buckley of this county who has been In bushes In Now York city l graduating last summer at HarJ ityard la with his parents StaDfordIhuMrs Joo Claunch and attending It lair MUa Mary Carpenter of Button vllle II with Mill Daly SouleSon ersot Journal MR H S YOUNG formerly of tbo Highland section but now salesman for OJldoD ft Son Somerset has tbu beatrson was the entertainment given Miss Wllllo Wlgbam at her beautt- or i homo Maplo Avenue In honor of b charming guest Was Margaret Wig Loulsvlllo Moreland cor Ad 1vocateMn Joutf CARSON of near flues 00 vlllo la hero among his old acquain tances Tltno appears to have dealt lightly with him Miss Mettle Hans ford returned Tuesday from McKlnoey She was accompanied by her aunt Mrs Crutchfleld Somerset Republican l t iMR GEOIIOE D FLORENCE is con MR T W HIOOINS la up from Lou isville for a sew dogeWMusJ S gone paroatAI of Brad Miss POLLY TRAYLOU spent last week with LnDoseter friends Mn J J MCCALL of Book as lo a VMtcrdayMR of Hustonvlllo were here yesterday MR ISAAO HAMILTON Is baek from n visit to bit daughter In Tenneiste Mn J H VANHOOK has our thanks or new subscribers and other favors MAYOR A n FLOMRNCB has sulll olantly Improved asto walk uptown Mn GiiOitOK T MoROUERTS of Brodbeod Is bore on hit way to Low ellL BOWMAN OWHNS of McKInncy wa oao of the beaux at lobo Somerset fair ELIJAH MOORE of Liberty left yes terday to actor tbo University of Vir giniaKINDRICK ALConN will enter the department of tbo University of- irginia JAMBS BRADY Is learning tho gents furnishing basinets In H J McRob arts stare MRS SALLIE SHIPMAN Is with Mr W O Speed who Is rapidly Improv sousENUNNELLFY and J Novln Carter of tho Turnersvlllo see ion attended tho Somerset fair IIoNitO WARRBV went to Wit llamsburg yesterday to act as special Judge of tho Whltley circuit court MiescValentl at Bowling Green taughtInsloe has been tastlWtlonMR KRNBST T CARTER hoe been appointed general agent for Kentucky of tho VirginiaCarolina Chemical Co He will begin his duties Nov 1 SAM KBBNEY of Mlddloburg has gone to California to take a position Fred Durham of the tame section has secured a position wtlh a Southern road D O SillLB of Moraland Is now connected with the Rloo k Turner To willrcontinue to make his home In this coun ty however LOCALS AOBNOY Danville Steam Laundry at Wilkinson barber shop styleslaHBV GHOHOH o BARNHB is holding a meeting at Paris this we k Tin Crab Orchard band will furnish music for the Mlddleaboro fair which beglna Wednesday and taste tilt Fri dayWANTHD1000 bushel olover seed Highest market price Submit u e sample Kentucky Supply Co Dan vlllo Ky 4t t r SATURDAY Sept 27 Is too last day for flllng claims against Lincoln county for tho October term of fiscal court Goo B Cooper cleric MR H C NBWLANO a practical surveyor oflcM his services to Lb public In this Issue Dear him In min when you want work done rourolyou can haul big loads We have pier ty of coal cheap for cash J HBaugh man Co OOOD UATJI r11r J H Albrlgbthas patented the best gate we have tea n Ho had It on exhibition at the Somer set fair whore interested many Ho hoe county and State right for salt Write to him Wdthe fromrmove t Oct 1 Stanford heartily welcomes such an excellentcltlze- nIltAtEreturned from too city with the choicest novelties and styles of tbo market A carefully selected lino of fall hats If you want the bet that la to bo obtained call to leo me and In epees my line Mrs Oleo W Brown 0THE report that Dr P W Logan had sold his handsome home In tbo West End is erroneous It will bo sold at auction at 230 tomorrow Wednesday afternoon when one of the prattle st homes sad best forms in tho county will change bands REPORTER A A WARREN of tbo Kulgbts of Honor has received a check for 2000 amount of Insurance IIsmptofdln d tho members of Stanford lodge They have paid In about 82400 KEYS to the following ballot boxes have not been brought In Stanford Nos 1 and 4 one key each Stanford 2 and 3 two each Waynesburg Nos 1 and w one key snob Also seals for Stanford Noe 2 and 3 Holders will please bring them at onto Coo B Cooper county clerk It Fitban Gib and fresh oysters T C Willis byWltber eglZ8FTRUSSES All k and Low est prhras CralJ1 Hocker SitE Higgins t MoKlnnev for forth izer We will save you money Boos Will pay ISets Cash for Eggs or 14e in trade J K Vanaradall it IP You troubM withsee W B MoRoberu the druggist inWAOONcollars etc Como In court day JC McOlarv thdustierpubrickGuo H FARRIS h Co aro receiving part of their Immense stock of fall lamps Call and pea them Twit larand line of stoves and ranges are at George H Farris Cos Soo thorn before you buy FOR RENT Storeroom and dwell log bouio All on Main street in Stanford Ky Apply to M D El more DANIEL BOONEI7OJMr C W Boone found on his farm near Maywood last week a boobshaped rock with the following Inscribed on It DaDle- lUuooeliOJ J G AND J E Yelsold 10 shares of stock in the First National Bank to J S Hooker and W H Wcaren at 1103 It belonged to tho estate of Sire Sara W Lynn NEW stock of stationery for flno lot r hearse note heads bill heads state mash envelopes and tho like and new and stylish typo to print them with Prices right This olllce BBAR In mind the sale of D S John lfoKlanayThuredogs t land In Lincoln will bo disposed of See adID another column A DISPATCH from Washington says The controller of the treasury finds tO 40 duo O P King of Crab Orchard administrator of Herbert King late captain Tblrd Kentucky Infantry IN the county court yesterday some routine work was done and the wills o John Aebersolo and J F Pulliam were probated Tho former leaves nil of hla property to his wife and tho latter does llkewlie but sake that It be divided equally among their children after hot death TEDDY throughcoun ty Saturday night but ho was in such a hurry we did not have an opportunity synclaland was speeding between Lexington and Chattanooga at tho rate Of about mile a minutelWHILE returning from Danvlllo Saturday night the buggy Col W G Welch and Ed Wilkinson wore In ran lose a pile of gravel and was overturn ed The former was caught under the vehicle and might have been badly hurt had not tbo horse lay perfectly 4lds was considerably bruised up and sustained a alight out on hla nose The night Will very dark WITHOUT any announcement what ever lions G G Gilbert and J Mort Rothwoll spoke at tho courthouse yesterday afternoon Tho formers waa an eloquent effort while tho lAtter was merely an announcement for Com monwealths attorney Mr Gilbert will 8PCfere again next county court day MtdlvlloD of time will bo ac corded Lawson Sumrall tbo MPr and la ready and waiting for a Ylgoro campaign A CONVENTION of tho Tooth C W B M District composing tho counties of Lincoln Garrard Madison and Rookcastlc will bo hold In Crab Orch ard Thursday next Morning after noon and evening sessions Tbo con vention will bo called promptly at 10 oclock The auxiliary members tho ministers of the district the State president Mrs Ida Withers Harrison and tho State organizer Miss Suo Sub lotto will tako part In the progra All who are interested In missions roost cordially Invited to attend TUB Crab Orchard Banking Co Is the name of a now institution which Will organized at Crab Orchard last week It will have a capitalization of 315000 and will commence business JUD21903 J H Collier was elected president W E Perkins vicepresi dent W M Morris of Woodford cashier The directory is as follows J H Collier Curtis Cover W A Bonzloy John W Holmes A H Stlgall J N Singleton W E Perkins Col W G Welch and E O Walton M D Rant dall cashier of tbo First State Bank of Junction City assisted In the organiza lion of the Institution and la one of its incorporators tboILRAvEyourlaunndyat barber shop Agency Danvlllo Steam Laundry PLEASE return to r mew tbo scrap book belonging to the late John H Miller Mrs W H Curtis Walnut Flat spleadidyesterday They took in nearly 90- 0SounPUUVUJNHenryIirightcoi ored bad on exhibition here yesterday a pumpkin weighing 110 pounds Bo raised It on Col T P Hilts flno Hang g Fork farm PROP W G TON graduate of the University of North Carolina is coming to assist Rev S M Rankln laIe Hill Academy They now have 23 pils and others are coming FIRE AT LANcasTnhlTho old Franklin Institute building at Lancas ter now used as a boarding house burned last night Mr Sam D Roth jumpingfrom To PmoTEnsTho INTERIOR JOCR forIalepress two fob presses a Mann press largo enough to print two pages of a sevencolumn paper and lots of job and a RpplicationTHIRTYTHREE of Close relatives of Mrs Mary Given gathered at her handsome homo on Danvlllo Avenue Thursday and spent tho day most de lightfully It was ono of those pleas not family reunions that will not bo IpleDdidmade to feel that U was good to be there TilE railroad meeting at the court hoses yesterday afternoon was attended by an enthusiastic crowd and some orightfwaymade chairman and speeches wore made by Messrs J S Hooker W H Shanks Dr Win Doorei M F Elkin and others A splendid feeling was manifested and It was shown plainly that our people aro warmly in favor of securing tbo road It was requested thai all committee moot at tho courthouse at 3 oclock next Thursday after noon and make their report A gener tolsame Till SOMERSET FAIR Perhaps the largest attended county fair in this section of the State was the ono held at Somerset last week People wore pres eDt from many counties while It seem cd that all of Pulaskla largo popula lion was on hood It had been seven long years sloes the good old town of Somerset had had a fair and her peo 1mIandaliterally swarmed with people The show of stock and race woro qulto as good as the people bad anticipated but not as many horses worn on hand is would have been had the laIr been ad vertised longer Itas a success though and President Joe Gibson Sec rotary S M Boone Jr Bcd tho director have tbo thanks of thousands of people for giving a show worth the money No disturbance marred the happiness of the people who attended end when Friday afternoon comb and tho last race was finished there was a dnclded feeling of regret that the lair Sam1Oweoaduring the meeting while other Lin successfulBubshows and carried out 10 blues Our old friend A W Surber of Pulaskl CLooce and third twice with Robinsons rtCrabwith his tlecly bangtail Red Born theusto fit R M Jackson oJ London also had the pleasure of lowering tho track record pacing his Arthur W over It In 222 He offered to lower It to 215 for 8100 but the association declined No ono enjoyed the fair moro than our countyman Mr James E Lynn who spent the week with his daughter Mrs JoItended him Tho young men gave a delightful hop Thursday evening at which bolles and beaux from many towns tripped tho light fantastic Nan ager Thomas M Thatcher had a good show at his opera bouse sand evening and there was no lack of social enjoy peoplereFarm for Sale Contains 130 acres of One Hanging Fork land and lisa upon It and out buildings li In a high state of cultivation and is well fenced and watered Is known as the E T Young farm and II in Turners CooperRlchud agentforFarm for Solo Wlthlne to locate In town offer tar sale small farm of acres situated on the Sunforl and Kneb 1111Iintake house de two good welts and a toad fur nish abundant water make a clear title and Rive possession at once For further Information call on or address W Leigh Shelby City Ky Mel1s3 Shoes NEW STOCK NEW STYLES NEW Bats Bus and Bluchcra correct fQf llrrry pair CUMMINS MCLARY V A titleeaA iJ 7fI to buy winter goods but not too early to look at them anti SOC what j we have selected for you to wcari the coming season in Clothing EtcGJ It IfIfe TERMS CASH = fI 5f ae tJ atiiaH J Mc oberts wB JJ af WaistillgsmWe have Wnistings no two alike plain and tucked 45o to OOc per oolcnII dJdrtillgsICome and see the new goods for Walking Skirtsfjm A ltwkoofls IWo hero received our first shipment of Black Goods including Q mil liClothsshow you tho latest things nil now in tho popular domnill J Severance Sons New Store a m JOHN BRIGHT JRe a CODealers in Staple anti Fancy Groceries Hardware nod Cutlery Stoves anti Tinware Glnss and Qucenaware all kinds of Garden anti Field Seeds Little Salt and Cement STORE FOR SALE Navies decider to enrage In other business we offer for sale our stock of general merchandise and store fixtures located In the N depot at this place Tile K R Co fuml h the building free of charge also the coal fcr heating store and they ula liberal commission for attending to the agents work This Is one of the best Minds In the esnseand the business Is conducted at very little We also run coal and wood yard In connection with the business The stock of goods Is all new and clean ant will Invoice about 1500 For further In formation call on or address ENGLEMAN LEIGH Phone 9Shelby City Ky LEATHER r a t NICE FARM FOR SALE justoutsideprettiest homes around Stanford and ia twoetorydelllingdry ce lar Fine water and electrlQ lights furnished free Most of the outside tent tentlogdotr Land a good state of cultivation meatbouseand see the place J S Hundley Stanford t u i I THElNTEHlORJODRfflL Withered n the poitqflct at Stanford ai sheaf clou matter 3PssbSlahdTuadsayaand2stdape lT 1 PER YEAR CASH at Wsanot lOMtamaOO will bch rged 1f KNOXVILLE DIVISION 14 Train going Nortb UUJ4 1No24II 290 net No 75 South 1U a m No23 1262 p ForU Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION atI5alam No 4 tMvee SUnfonl No TrrtT at Stanford MSSIB No 21 teams etsufonl at 230pm J 8 PRICE Iinrgeonti Stanford Ky vOJiOllOT uonobetU Drat Store In the Owsley l1u dlnl 11 R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgins sir McKtnacys Stork Telephone Noel NEW LIVERY STABLE S W13t1RtE SIT Prrs JUNCTION CITY ICY TintClass Turnout at KeasonaMe Rates Attention to Traveling Men Spent and Hs y Fnr Sale Mason Hotel MRS u D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Ever hlog first class Portcis 89 meet all trains ff MONUMENTSPInlo White Droned to W 1DIIIII the monument sow bnslueva what the improved drophead tethesadvan Ing macllael to the old IIII to tbe IDdestruetible ed tkongh- ttofstheoageIt and ill perpetuate the reo and pIsee of one cords tUu with n Iroeted silver av n to vert ne hold order until you canlnvasUgntltt C ociJ JCMcwlzorter Agt ORn OltMiARD KY J+ C+ McGMY UNDERTAKES EiII ttLMEit And DnxlearIn 1tANESS 3ADDLEBY ftO Stanford Ky 4 HDR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpecUitaV r Loal UIe wfll be at Voranda Hotel at stanford cjand faday Sept IC11n t Oonsult Dr Oolfctoln It you want supe nor glMtet or kpwtaolei to strengthen yoor eye office bourj 9 a n to pm- t NEWS NOTES The Ann Arbor anti Grand Trunk railway sheds ntJDuranO Mlob burn ed Low 8160000 A moo started a bank Ib lodlaaa the other day with a drees suit oaw ae his onlytangible asset LIMIo WHHnefauret 16 commuted suicide with carbolic aoid after quat rellnc with hsr mother In Louisville Former United Stale Senator WH Slam N Roach of North Dakota died In New York after n tong Hlaese from of the polder mapatlnaa at old Fort Wlntbrop upper Boston harbor exploded One man was kilted andtlvo Injured President Schwabs apartments In a New York Oat Include 38 rooms and take In one whole noorTbo cost la 40000 per year The Trades Union Congress In Ho gland expressed sympathy with the American workingmen In resisting trusts and railroad presidents Ono of the tigers of the Wallace air cog got out at Mayfield while the keeper was feeding him and ran Into the woods He has not yet been captured Charles Alexander Percy a wagon maker by trade successfully made a trip through Niagaras whirlpool rap- Ids In a boat of his own construction Indiana and Oblo capitalists have se cured leases on 63000 acres of oil land In East Tennessee They have formed a company with a capital stock of 260 000 to develop the properly The United Mine Workers apparent ly have abandoned the hid In Hopkins county Tbelr o8Ioe ut Madlsonvlllo baa been closed and the fixtures have baen shipped to district headquarters at Central City At Ml Sterling Circuit Judge Cooper displeased with a verdict of aeqolt toil in the case of John Jaokson charg ed with shooting made an order dis missing the jurors from further service during the term Tracts of land as largo as 100000 acres are said to have been teased by companies from the Creek nation In Indlao Territory Residents are arous ed over a report that Southern Negroes are to be colonlaed on a portion of the land A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Colombia by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Cbas H Utter a prominent phy jjctan of Panama Columbia in a recent letter states Last march I had a patient a young lady of 16 years of age who had a very bad attack of dyesontory Everything I prescribed for her proved inef fectual and she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure the would die She bad become so week that she could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for mo but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cuoora and Diarrhoea Remedy aril as a last resort prescribed it The most won derful result was effected Within eight hours she was feeling much better meld of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of the week was entirety well For site by Craig A Hooker Druggists Stanford Fifty acres of Rood grass and good spring water for rent for balance of sear throe mllos from Stanford on Murphy farm See Lutes 5 Oo or M J Hoffman oreland Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary If open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Hoard and nursing shall be cast In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills inn when services are rendered and must be paid promptly BROWN S B1OWN- AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In nil tho State Courts also In and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted Splendid Bluegrass Farm at PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY SEPT loot I will over at public sale rar finely Improv ed blneznus farm of 250 acres In western part of Lincoln county Ky about SX mile ouBtof llunonvlllo and ono mile west of McKInney on O S It It llustonvllle and MeKluney turnpike runs alonslde of farm This farm and Improvements Is one of the most beautiful and desirable places In Lin coln coantv Dwelling Is a modern brick and frame metal root containing nine rooms with veranda bulls porches ute Outbuildings Include two splendid new stock tanm with Jl box stalls and shed room for 180 cattle good tunant house of rooms crib Ice meat coat and poultry houses cittern at kitchen door Crepe arbor and Sao neverfalling orchard of choice trees plenty of apples In It this year Tliils farm bus an abundance of navtrfal Ing water In roelc walled ponds About ISO acrwln bluegniM M In timothy and 50 In stubble and corn large sugar tree woodland and hemptobacco appreciatedIt 1OlntIarmentyears desired Immediate possession if At slime time and place will sell 117 ante timber land lying 2 miles south of McKlnney will also sell mare mules 4 good Shorthorn cows and calves nice bull about 200 high grade owns with Southdown buck 40 shoats 200 barrels of corn to be put la shock general line of farming Im bees etc Anyone desiring to look at farm call on me at Danville or my son on premises Sale to at OiSO a m T D English Aur D JOUMSTOMK PLEASANT POINT Quite a number from hero arc at tending the protracted meeting at Klngsvlllo The protracted meeting has closed at the Highland M E church with sever al additions The1 baptlclng occurred Sunday afternoon Ulna Alice Fox Is sick Miss D Ejlla Brooks school is progressing nicely Miss Souada MeOuffy has boen visiting her sister Mrs Mack Young at Kings villa Mr A G Faulkners little son Jessie TrBylor Is Mr Sadie Butler of Kubanks baa been the guest of Mrs James Drown Miss Nceta Murphy has returned to Somerset Miss Ora Griffin Is III of ty phoid Laver Sues Emma Uoutcn wont to Lexington Tuesday Miss Souantm Vaught has gono to Somerset to visit relatives Mrs Robert Dlsbon ban btoi visiting relatives near Wayncsburg Miss Annie Murphy was the guest of Miss Ada Lovelace at Klngsrlllo Mrs James Dye and children arc visiting her mother Mrs James D Long Miss Barthr Jenkins is ill of pneumonia fe ver Mrs W D Baxter and pretty lIttle daughter Sadie have been the guests of her mother Mrs C Drown Miss Ruth Alford Is with Mrs W O Watu this week Odds and Ends Crowd was the old English name for In fiddle or violin- Aelacontalne more than half of people of the world Fed In small quantities eunlower seeds are egg producers Ireland olalmi the honor efUw first electric railway In the United King dom The exhibit from the Philippines at tbe St Louis Exposition of 100 will over 40 acres Tho English census returns cbow that but ono woman in every elx re mains unmarried Tbo Chinese wear cotton garments all the year round and never tbote made of wool The slob for warmth don silk Those who nottee the rapid growth of their anger nails should be happy forIt Is considered to Indicate good health1 The number of students of the Uni versity of Berlin this summer is 6070 as against 5101 last summer and 0471 last winter Great Britain and Ireland Import about 206000000 pounds of cheese each year Canada supplies 00 per cent of the whole Abner Dunton of LlncolnvllloMass nearly 95 years old challenges any man of similar ago to run walk or wrestle wltb him What Is to be the largest cotton mill In the world is to be loeatod soon near ICansas City Tbo Investment will reach about 810000080 The Unlversley of Parts has SIS pro feefcora seventysix of whom belong to tho medical faculty while fiftytwo teach literary branches fortynine nat ural sciences etc During tbe last fiscalyear the Import ol iron and steel manufacture amounted to the value of 227160265 or an Increase of nearly 810000000 over like Importations of the previous year In the same fiscal year tho exports of Iron and steel products amounted to the value of tOSR52562 a decline ol nearly 12000000 on the previous art Imports The main cause of the de cline In the exports and of tbo increase of the Importations was In tbo extra ordinary homo demand for Iron and steel manufacture especially forstruot ural material American consumers are obliged to pay an average duty ol 60 per cent on their Imports of Iron and alec and noary the equivalent of tbo duty on all tbo domestic Iron and steel for which they have need This partly accounts for the enor mous profits of the Billion Dollar Steel Trust LARGEST TREE A few weeks ago there was dlecov ered to the Fresno In the Sierras tbe biggest tree In the world At that time It was said to have measured 160 feet in circumference John Muir the great naturalist has just visited tbe tree and reports that It measures at Its base only 100 feet and at four feet abovo the ground was only 07 foot in circumference This Is however larger than either tbo General Sherman or General Grant which heretofore wero recOil nized monarchs of the forest rA Baltimore dispatch Says that the name of Admiral Schley Is the Domo cratlo slogan in Maryland this year To every catjdldato for conzresa this statement and Inquiry are addressed II Tbo honor of Admiral Scbloy was traduced by the Republicans for a band ful of political jobs Are you for or against Sohloy And if be answers In tho negative be oujzht to be turned away down WATCH FOIL A CHILL However slight at tide time of year and in this climate It is the forerunner of malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before tho chill Hcrbine by its prompt Btimu latlve action on the liver drives the ma d Qui cf the system the bloodrtones up the system purifiesJ stores health 60c at Pennys ONE STEP MORE Will be fatal to the sleepwalker he draw lack or will final fatal step A many people are ill- peril like Ute sleepwalker arc diseased The disease progressing day by day Tbe time comes when one more step away from health is fatal The utau who bss suffered from cation or gastric trouble- goes some night to a litiner and returns home bo find lie hItS taken that last step from health which can never lie tak backTo the cure Cf Indigestion or some ttber fort stomach rouble is dangerous It Is also inexcusable Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other of and tntritlon It he blcod stimulates tbe iver cures biliousness and eliminates bilious poisons front the sys temThe praise I would tike to give your Medical F Discovery I cannot utter in wo a or dcucrtbe with ftn j writes Jas B Ambrose Km W of UO K MUDIa 8L lIuut- ttlidoDs Pa I was taken with what our phytlcians Mid was tadlgexion I doctored with the best here nil found no relict I and you advised me to use Dr pierce Golden MMleal Ucry I took three bottles and I felt so good that ItOVpnJbelulf cured t have no symptom of gastric trouble or indigestion now If you MK your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine to be emit as good but which OU did not ask for ami of which you know nothing You can get the Peoples Common Sense Medical pages pa per covers fret by sending 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pine Buffalo N Y a r KINGSVILLE Mr F M Howe has a aoal trust Be is supplying tbe oomnieollv with the beat quality of the mineral Ron R O Wnrraa was here Tune day Mrs Sarah Water attended tbs Somerset fair Joseph Jenkins bus two ehtldren a boy and girl ltd of typhoid fover Cloero Murphy Is convalescent The protracted meeting did not close Thursday night as was Intended and the good work le still going on There have been 10 addition to too oburcb They were baptised la Dr Tbompion lake Quite a serious wreak oeourred hero cauiod by the collision of two freight trains One fireman was severely In- Jured by Jumping Oae engine way al noel entirely demolished and two otb era considerably damaged while a half listen ears were completely wrecked Tbe engineers read their orders wrong A W011M KILLER J A J Montgomery 1uxico Wayne Co Mo writes I have little twin girls who have tHen both red with worms all their lives I tried everything to relieve them which failed until Iused Whiles Cream Vermifuge the firtt two deaea brought four wfruu linen one of them the next two doses 12 one of them measuring IS Inches tbeolher child wet only relieved of four worms It la a most excellent medium White i Cream Veroifnge Is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards ofl sickness Me at Pennys Drug State It is stated that Into a family ol elev en children la Warren oowety OM of whgru Mr Moses Potter died last Week Vho aSVanoed age of Marly nlnotyflv6 vase et death did pot Intrude luring a period of sixtythree yours Probably In alj the United States there- Sa not another lostanoe of equal time between tbe oalls of tble most unwel come of visitors Pater Vinegar the sensational negro preacher Sunday delivered a sermon In the house at Clnytvlile our Paris Ityi formerly used as a galoopjjy Gus Tboma colored Vloega bJeot vas hell Near the OU u ttnd Gus Thomas the Cause of It t A mad has figured out that an aver- ge man uses 11800000 words In a year Tola name man tried to figure out how miny words a woman used but soon quit it In disgust after arriving at 40 010000000000000 and then be wasnt half through the tbo job KS IIYEI TOEI IIUBI Phil Casoy Co Ky Mfrs of Jeans Gassincttcs Linseys Flannels Blankets Yarn wo make a epcololtyof roll carding and also of apfyIti samplesfsave you freight Tnuiuiy D DtprtmHltI Offxt of ConplraHer the Uirrnxy WherMt by ulUfactory evUcnce prw ite J to tht unJertti less been nude to appear that The 7rt Natluoal Bank of Suslerd IxalM In tin city of Stanford In Uie county of Lincoln ad state of Kentacky has allint provision of the Act of Congrnt ta N Nation Banking Asso ctaflons to eden their rorpPete exlitenc and for other July ittli Ieas purposesawed P Kane Deputy anJ ActlmfCorartrollerof tin Currency do hereby cerU fv that The Hilt lank of to hldinthe city of Staofcrd In the cuaatyof Un coin and Stat of Kentucky Is suthariteJ to have succession for the period tpedfird In Its ameadeJ articles of association namely until cruse of business 022In witness my hnJ and teal of of IOM 14tNGDeputyara vh STATE COLLEGE Of KENTIJCKY The Agricultural and Mechanical State Oti gel College of Kentucky offers tlto ollowlng cou nwN of study vie Agrlculiura Honlrttttiiral Cheiulrwl IHotosticHl Matbematlenl Ibyslcnl Enter lnologiesl Pltyeinlugwal Normal 8e1toOl Olleal MHClhanlell1 lCnlllnl1Jttllll Elec Ideal JnglofllrlDt tivd UgBHnn1I Mlatag Itnhlotrlbi Diet t of which utends over four years and leads t a degree IV t JIIrtlduale counts of ItlIUD also provided leading each In a master degree Nash course ofs udy ioraaolled under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers snore tban 4U refMHrs and instructors County Appointee receive tniilon room runt In Ionnttuiits fuel and lights and if they roman 10 months traveling ulMMft The laboratories and muteum arc large well tIqlJlllMd comprehettnlvn aud mod err The lest sou the preceding Ieglolntares apptopriatall P10000 for a ullege home for young wanes and J00tt00 for drill hall and gycnalum lot mIn MIlitary tactic anti ttoueo Btu tally pruvwlod for anti requited by Congress tiiniluatos from the MVr Ml oounca of study readily fad excellent positions and liberal remuBcruiloiis The deuiaud U hdrgl1 in excess ol the ability of the tOl goVI to supply Lost your tic nutrioulation list was Ml catalogue method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses jof Boa 7 and turnis of admission apIytoJ- AMBS K lAtTHItQOt1Ih D LL Dlreefd8nt- Or to Agent LKKINOTON KY ExnmlnntlonH bcfjln Sept H IOO2 Full Term bco no Sept 19 19O2 r rin Stanford Female College The 33th annual eeeeloo of thte well known east popular Day and Doftrdine EMwol for Girl will opal tiep For catalog addrvM- IS J Pinkerton President StUll ford Kctituclcy r t cmrecanitipatienDont bowel but regular action cannot te srvure until the Qsecretes enough tile to rnilve theIIltSexecute their natural font n ilg I it r i31conUnU611 Ihcre acts on rite divert cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Dlllou ttemitting and ntcr U tnltUng Fevers and l y going to the seat tf L trouble works permanent cute L FIPTY CENTS FIR rr T r First National BankOr Stanford K Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Thte hutltollon was oriRlnully elabhhed- a the DpoMt flank of Steaford IkM then reoreamsMl as Ute National Hank of Rfaotard In lap and agmln rcurcaals d as the Pint National lla tk of Stanford In lift bovine ad pmetleaUy an uolater rapied uhe1tC8 fee II It Is hotter now with faellllHw for transact tMt bestwspworoptUyaad wall then ever before k1 IM long career Recounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Stockholders Mooting A toiietlQfc of tb i totklwlrt the Na tloual IlaHk of llu toorlll will tw held oft Wednesday Oct sot for the prtpe of tttklac a vote OB the aatndesat of 8 etlen three articles of association reducing the author ut directors from nine to serae J W UOOKRIU cashier A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Oilers his tervicoa as uotoinoor tot the people of Lincoln County Ue will plcltle both In work and price Write to him FOX a LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Man- ageriEMEfYU36i That socnileil cheap insurance is the dearest thing on chili That a dollar raced in the pro mium may cot you n hundred in a loss That eolid cash in sight 1111- 1oxpericl1ccJ mnimgoniont guarantee sure That insurance in tho Home of New Yorkcau bo relied on Josso D Wearon Stanford Rseluilve Agent for Lincoln and OM y Coaitles Kentuckyi Officers J 8 HOOKBtt Prest J J MoItODBBTfl Chr Vt II WBAHRNtlkpr Dlroctors W P ReM UaMln 00 S T llamas Lincoln Oo 19 Hoekvr Lincoln Co W P Well Llnaoln Oo J H Cafer Crab Orchard 111 Rlnore Btnfardr 1 8 II naehman Stanford T P lllll Stanford 11ltebtneoa Hubble J II ItaHchuian Stanford W I Talcs Stanturd tlFarm i 1touDleNt C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor I STANFORD KY Goods WnrrnutedIGive Him a Call i v EtRDILLEHAY crDANVILLE t And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write Vat Prices 1IKy consisting of hotel end livery stable Itand vacant lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or liouso and liverybarn w for hotel sad livery purposes and good va cant lot for private residence If desired PropertyIsIn now rented for that purpose It YUIl want good paying prOlluftyln lIultanvllle- nail on or address I Carpenter Huston vllle Ky