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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL l VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1902 9 A1tt NO 54 J M Alvorson Visits Tho National Capital and Wrltos- Entortalnlngly About It I bavo boon over a great many rail roads In my tlmo but for beauty oft is scenery Its ontlro length tow It any railroad routes In this country can equal tbat of tiro Chesapeake k Ohio From mountain to sea It It a continuous Is panorama of beautiful views In wblob mountain stream meadow AnJ wood land combine to form tho most charm lag of natural effects This li notably tho case along the Big Sandy and after leaving Huntington W Va Within a tow hour tbo traveler finds hlmiclt uirroiinitad by tbo plcturciquo Virginia mountain and at every turn of the road some now and grandly beautiful 62 scone It spread out before hit enrap tared Raze Tbo scenery along Green River Kanawha Palls and Now 1brier In particular la wo thick the that the human oyo ever looked P l upon especially along New River n Tho scenery alone over tbo route of tho C tc O from Lexington to Wash Inglon would repay any pleasure seeker for his trip even If be failed to see the sights at the National Capital To ride In a Pullman sleeper U like living In a palace and to partake of one of their meals ono would think that be would not have to oat any more during this life They only cot II and to say the least of them they are fit for the gods Wo liro under lasting obligations to our good friend Mr Geo W Dar nor D P A of Lexington who made our visit possible to the National Capl tat Ho Is one of tbo most accommo dating painstaking gentlemanly rail road otllclals that we ever came In con tact with and there Is nothing that ho would not do for you In order to make t your journey oyer his popular railway pleasant and comfortable Mr Baron is ably assisted In his noise by Mr P L Sloan who was born and reared this county near Klncsvllle having moved to Lexington some 20 years ago Tnt TREASURY DEPARTMENT I Is the molt wonderful Institution that wo ever saw Through tho courtesy of Hon Crlt Pierce of Maysyllle KIthe paying teller of the Treasury woI t were allowed a guide and shown everything Interesting In tho whole Treasury Department Wo viewed tho largo slabs made of Italian and French Py securelyf1ploture of prominent people Among some of whom we recognized wore Queen Victoria and ExSpeaker Thom as Orackelt Rued We were then tak t en Into the U S Treasury vault and had the pleasure of holding In one J hand a f19000 gold certificate and In the other hand a 11000 sliver cerllfl cato the two largest made by tbo goy eminent Overhead and all around u were 113000000 17000000 of which were In gold and 1 0000000 In currency ono package alone containing 1200000 e It was nothing unusual to see packages containing from 11000 to 185000 To toe all of that mt nay and could not let U blow some of It In made the water run out the corner of our eyes Wo wore then ushered Into the bond vault where all the bonds of the National banks In the U S arc safely kept The custodian of the vault explained every little detail to us and later extended s 0 tho privilege of viewing and handling the bonds of Stanford two excellent banking Institutions tbo Lincoln Coun National Bank 150000 and tbo National Dank HloOO Tbo 1ty amount that we handled bo to the National Bank of Com i coerce of New York In this vaultb- olNatlOeal bank bonds to secure olrcula amounted to 8520000000 Wo the opportunity of ooolnl the U S seal on the gold and silver certificates cjheclc It up sop arate It and trim same Wo also saw whero all tho governments monoywas redeemed destroyed Ac Alto saw the vault that contained 8103053000 in sit ver It is 69 foot long 61 feet wldo and 12 feet high ENGRAVING AND PRINTING jThrough the kindness of Assistant the Treasury lien M E Alice of Ohio ono of tho most elegant and entertaining gentlemen wo over met being a regular Chesterfield In manners wo wore given a letter of In troUuctlon to tho Director lion WII liam Norton Meredith of Chicago who I then turned us over to ono of the oblig log guides Wo were convoyed thro alt of the different Interesting depart snouts and watched with utter astonish printiaio stamps of all kinds revenue stamps of every description fie From this i branch of the government there Is set t out dally to tho 77000 postofllces In tho U S from 12000000 to 15000000 stamps They print 10000000 stamps per day The largest gold certificate rlnted is 810000 It takes six weeks to make and complete a plate from whit these c rtlflcatei and stamps are print r ed and the highest registered bond I n the U S Is 850000 They have what they term a I4dry room for all work before examined by the proper authorl ties In this building there Bro 2833 employee 600 of this number being on ono floor Their compensation per day fixed according to what they do Tbo paper which the stamps and money are mado from comes from Cranes Mills Dalton Mats and tbo silk thread that used In the money ts woven Into tho sheets of paper at too mills for all goy eminent work Everything concelva of isle U printed In the B of E ana P except stamped envelopes and postal cards which are let out by contract It takes 30 days to complete a bank note cad requires lour Impressions ono on flack two on faco and the serial number then it gone through the heads of t persons before going late clrcula tlon The employee in this Institution are held Individually responsible for everything that Is intrusted to their care In tbe vault of tbo B of E and there were 8437000000 In hoods government securities o The DI recto Mr Meredith Is a most affable gentleman and we ore Indebted to him for many kindnesses shown us TilE CONGRESSIONAL LI1IRARY Is one of the handsomest structures in tbe world and certainly is a credit to the nation Too rotunda Is simply divine and to try to describe this mall nlflcent home of ancient as well as upI todate literature Is more than our lea blo pen can do The interior seems to be ono solid piece of marble and when lighted up at night It glistens like the most brilliant of diamonds Beautlfu ly painted pictures appear on the walls and ceilings no meteor In which direc tlon you may wander In a large glass CliO on exhibition all the time In ono of the apartments is an immense view magnificently carved of the City of Washington with her magnificent government buildings parks White house and tbe nations Capitol where lour Federal Congress convenes and thanks be to God where our own beloved Senator elect James Bennett Mo Croary tho noblest and truest Roman them all will take his seat after the lib of Marsh next It Is no unusual sight to see hundreds of people In the reading room perusing the finest of books by famed authors reared back In cushioned bottomed rocker with feet throws upon desks feeling as If the wbolo thing belonged to them We saw hundreds of paintings representing many rare views and ancient charac tore in France Germany Italy and other foreign countries which no doubt tbo value ol would run away up Into the thousands THE NATIONS CAPITOL It Is a castle which can be teen fo miles around A beautiful place to behold at nlgnt especially when all the electric light posts around the building- are turned on In full torte To go down Pennsylvania Avenue to it one would think who bad never teen it be fore that It was the Now Jerusalem With too Senate Chamber on ono side and the louse on tho other makes it a most interesting structure to tbe sight seeker The largo lawn Is a veritable flower garden and Is as smooth as a marble floor COtERNMENTPRINTINOQFFICE A visit to this artful branch of tbe government was indeed a rare treat for ui because wo felt so much moro at home in It than we did In the Treasury Department or in the Coo grcsslonal Library It Is run on a pretty largo scale though not on so much larger than the cheapest and the best the INTERIOR JOURNAL In this branch there are 4000 employee who can accomplish anything known to tho printers art 750 of this number alone being In the composing room It seemed to us like Coxoys army Wo saw the greater CarterWright pres i turning out a Gi page book already folded at tbo rate of 31000 copies per hour It certainly was a grand sigh to us We saw presses in motion til there were no end to them all being run by electric power This Institution is chuck full of women tome of them good looking ones too The binding and making of all of the governments s books such as day hooks ledgers Jour nail agricultural census and the like Is indeed wonderful Wo can not be gin to describe this Institution and Its advantages Every floor Is covered with the latest improved machinery o all kinds Wo had tbo pleasure 0 r meeting an old Richmond boy Milo D Shanks who holds the position of tore man of tho 3rd Division which Is a very responsible as well as lucrativ- g one There aro 105 moo under his nu pervlslon Our brother Mr John L Alverson Is also located In that P and holds a nice position In the Clerks Division where the time each of the 4000 employee Is kept daily each having to put up 0400 ems of any measurement per day All In all this is one of the most interesting branches of the government- h HOTELS CAPES AC Washington Is certainly a mecca for meaI flan a fow of the most prominent ones Tho New Willard St Louie Rich mood Arlington Raleigh Ebbltt Rlggs Johnson St James Melropoll tan Sboreham Normandlo and Na tloual There aro say number of flno It cafes but that of Col Thomas R Mar- tshell known as the Lotekam on Street is the handsomest and most upI todate In too elty It Is the head quarters for what Is called tbe big od bugs II The New Willard the finest all the hotels Is run on tbo EuroIe peen plan Tbe price of rooms range In from 260 to 818 per day We only looked In too door We saw tbo moo at umCDt of Washington tho father of our government which stands In height at teat and can be seen in any dlrec ion you may go There is always a ci crowd of people around and viewing ir U 8 CEMETERY ARLINGTON VA A visit to this historical city of the dead ts one which will ever bo remembered a by us It Is a solid bed of monuments erected over tbe graves of a heroic soldiers who died In war and In peace We saw carved on one monu ment these words 2U1 unknown soldiers from too fields of Bull Run and the Route to Rappabannock September 1808 The Temple of Fame a veritable garden of flowers which is beautifully kept in memory of those distinguished dead Is the prettiest c thing that mortal eye ever rested upon Around the edges of this spot can be seen the names of Gene Philip B c Sheridan Wm T Sherman U S Grant President Abraham Lincoln Admiral Farragut engraved In moths earth out of flowers of the rarest va rlety Just across a pathway Is fount a large amphitheatre and rostrum where all services aro hold on decoraI Lion days In the cemetery end further on stands the historic old mansion which belonged to Goo Robert E Lee but Is now used by the sexton as his homo Arlington Cemetery Is a part of the estate of Gen Leo and was sold to the government by his daughter Mary Custls Lee for 8150000 to used e as a National cemetery We stood over the graves of Gen Philip n Sheridan Gen Walter Qutnttn Gresham and MaJ Gen Henry W Lawton who was killed In be Philippines In tbo SpanUbAmerican war We also saw burled In ono spot 700 bravo soldier boy who went out to do battle for their country In the Spanlsh American war and over their graves a magnificent monument has been erect memory INTERNAL REVENUE DEPARTMENT Wo had tbo pleasure of meeting our Kentucky friends nOD John W YerI kcs and his excellent private secretary rMr Harry Glovannoll In this depart ment From their conversation wo arrived at too conclusion that both of them wished they were back In Little Britain However it woof bo long Washington Is chuck toll of head some business houses and beautiful aDdI costly residences Property Is exceed- Ingly high there There are any num bar of multlmllllocalrea who live them Every street U made of asphalt and Is kept as dean as a pin Tho bronze statues of Wlnfleld Scott Han cock Thomas Garfield Washington Franklin and others In different parts of the city are very beautiful All of the numerous government buildingsare fine structures especially the War State and Navy which is all in ono The White house Is a lovely place though now it is undergoing many Improvements which will add greatly to Its beauty Wo are under many obligations to Mr Watterson Stcaloy for courtesies extended and to our beloved brother words aro Inadequate to express our thanks for the many kindnesses shown us while with him and his intorcsilcg family J M ALVERSON MATRIMONIAL SUlaaIJudge Nick Vaugban and Miss Daisy Clark of Louisville wero married this week John Harrison aged 17 and Miss Jennie Wallace 14 were married at Bucyrus O Mr and Mrs Thomas Cotton of Boyle have just celebrated their bat h wedding anniversary Infi left the bulk of a 84000000 estate to his deathbed bride Jesse Austin formerly of Huston vllle but now a resident of St Paul AapbIhandsome daughter of Mr J B Brown sweetheartof o clan of the Power section of Casey and Mrs Llllie Flannagnn a has d some Boyle county widow wore mar rled at Wllmore Wednesday afternoon They were accompanied by T F Murphy and Miss Lula Alston both of Ca sey and Clyde Shuttles of Junction City LANCASTER Ing the good wood mourn who Sept treat largo down bee orgo tbo landTbe 2000T Crab vltlo none of log ants nia non i Cook home Teen from watt The and a goods day left and Miss orset Mrs ale W ID thou been week it tend llfo ters a The from cease gone ed their The very gon A A The A The One All run the the faotorYjWho What When Minstrels Original in Name Original in N ture Original in Design Perfect and Complete Minstrel Organization Extant culled from the ranks of the worlds fore mast artists A host of European novelties A Galaxy of Operatic Vocalists SEE THEM ON THE NIGHT OF y SEPT 18TH AT WALTONS OPERA HOUSE DOUGLAS SHOES are too well known to need any other announcement than that the fall line is now ready and the shoes are better than ever We are sole agents for Doug Ins Shoes the best 350 shoe on earth IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T10 mILLER DanviifB KB FOR TEN DAYS Salemake room for fall goods we offer our entire stock at 60c on the dollar for next ten days window shades at ilk window shades at 8c go at 4o per yard from Gc n pair on up from 40c on up from 48o on up by yard 15c on up Pearl buttons 3c dozen Mens top shirts worth 50c and 75c all go at 45c Mens summer underwear at 17c Ladies guazo vests at 2Jc j Ladies handkerchiefs at So Shoes and Clothing at halfprice Remember the place the New Yo St c next door to Lincoln County National BanTc Rosenstein Clo STANFORD KY Soap and Toilet Articles If Bargain Sale Now On Hocker STANFORD 11 E1 ticdcrpreparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any of tho body without injury to health or clothing ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by t B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON W P WALTON lIa Candidate for Railroad Commissioner ttr the W Dlitrkt subject to the will ofthe democracy H H HENNINQER- Of Wayne County is a candidate for State Treat rarer subject to the action of the Democratic puty ROBERT HARDING- of DanTllIe It a cindldaU for Circuit Judge abject to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer li a candidate for Common wealths At torocyln this ths131h Judicial dUtrict sub to the action of the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelby His friends and they are legion will regret to learn that Mr W P Waltz editor of the Lexington Democrat has withdrawn from the race for railroad cqmmlesloner In this district The ar duoui duties of his daily have kept hIm from making a canvass of the distrIct in the short time allotted by the com mlttee and notwithstanding his chancel were good to win the nomination he deemed It best to retire from the race and devote all of his attention to the Democrat Following Is a portion 01 his card of wlthwrawal The refusal of the commIttee to rescind the snap ac tlon killed my aspirations under the circumstances as the Instances of the office seeking the man are few and lar between He has to go after one If he wants to get It and I do not want one that bad Therefore I quit I do so however without malice and with out desire for revenge I am a demo crat by birth and by principle and always submit to the constituted authorl ties no matter how wrong I may thInk their action I have never held offic nor have I ever asked for one before There Is absolutely none of the make up of a candidate In my composition I have never asked a single man to support me nor have I ever felt that I could do so without to some extent sacrificing my independence Hundred of good friends have however proffer ed their aid and support and to them I return my sincere thanks and assur ance that they will always occupy a a warm place In my heart The newspa per almost without exception receiv ed my candidacy with favor and the complimentary things they have said about me would take away any sting my decision might have occasioned If such were tho case Pledging my sup port to the nominee whoever he may be and thanking those who have stood by me from the bottom of a grateful heart I leave the pursuit of office to others to whom it Is more compatible and resume my place In the ranks neT er again to ask for political preferment for myself DUN and Bradstreet both report steady progress In trade Prices show persistent strength jobbing activity Is undiminished and a healthy tone gen erally prevails Tho reports of cotton deterioration are said tobe greatly ex aggerated The only cloud In the sky is the anthracite strike F iel shortage is causing some inconvenience in iron furnaces but hope of a speedy settle mtnt ot the trouble Is confidently en tertalned The failures for too week ending Sept 4 number 133 as against 140 tin week before and 169 the same week of last year The tendency Is everywhere expansive and the feeling optimistic TODAY is the tlrst anniversary of the death of President McKInley and tho suggestion has been made to hold ser vices next Sunday morning in all the churches at the regular hour in his memory In conformity to it Gov Nash has issued a proclamation expressing the earnest wish that the people ol Ohio join in this movement making it worthy ot the splendid life and work of tho late president TUB result of the Maine election was expected The republican candidate for governor Is elected by a normal ma jority of about 21000 votes and It might have been greater bad It not been for local discontent with the strict enforce ment of the prohibitory law All four republican Congressman are returned and twuenal Maine wont hell bent FROM alt parts of the country come reports of democratic unity and rosy prospects of success In the Congres atonal elections At this writing It seems almost certain that the next house will be democratic and that Ken tucky will contribute 10 members to that much desired conjunction DR LEE of Mississippi declares that If a man will eat raw onions and drink whisky he will never have mala ria This remedy la of the kind that IB worse than the cure If the follow could stand It those with whom he is thrown could not- REFuOEI TAYLOR created a scene on a street ear in Indianapolis by attempt leg to shoot a conductor who would not let him ride on a transfer that was dead o d THOUSANDS of democrats are IlltnlD t petitions asking the commItteemen of this judicial district to rescind their ac tlon at Danville and give the pcopl o a chance to be heard In a primary eleo tlon Certainly adeaf ear will not turned to a request by so many of the boys In the trenches Why should Mr HardIng and hle friends object to a prl mary election If he Is as strong be fore the people as his friends claim he Is would not he rather have the noml nation at the bands of the people than a selected few A primary Is far more binding than conventions are and cer tilnly the nominee will waut all tbe votes ho can get In November lOi 3 ThIs district Is not overwhelming democratic as we all know and it be hooves us to put forward that man or teet of men who prove thcmselv strongest Give us a primary and eeo who the strongest men are- POLITICAL The republicans of Washington met and adopted a platform Indorsing Pres Went Roosevelts administration Charles Boller prohibition cand date for clerk of the supreme court of Indiana was egged while speaking at LynnvilleThe of the Tennessee su preme court was broken by the election of Judge W D Beard of Memphis as chief justice Senator Money of Mississippi de Glares that the presidents attempt to build up a white republican party In the South will end in failure The democrats ot Colorado In Stat convention In Denver resolved by a vote of 4Uj to 379 to put out A slralgh ticket independent of the populist par tyHenry F Hollls of Concord was nominated at the New HampshlreStau convention for governor The platforn demands abolition of tariff on trust made articles Hubert Vreeland assistant cornmli ilooer of agriculture has announced tie candidacy for that once to succeed Col I B Nail who will retire after hIs term expires The Delaware democratic convention vill meet next Tuesday in Dover tornomInate a candidate for Congress There are two republican nominees iud the democrats are said to have a Jtood chance of winning the electionWI The color line will be pasted upon at the coming republican State conven II tlon In Alabama It is desired to hold strictly white convention but two legro delegates from Montgomery In 0 silt on their rights and will protestCI The following appeared In the Wash jgton dispatches to the Courier Jour nat a few days since Mr J M Al arson of Stanford Ky Is in tho city for a few days Representative G O Gilbert says Mr Alverson will be 1 reelected by an Increased majority thll year over his republican opponent W Lawson Sumrall The Kentucky emocratsare in good fighting trim aDdc lire confident of carrying 10 of the 11 ongresslonal districts IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES C Plnevlllaa taxable property amounts to f38U9SSIJJudge John G Stephenson aged jUc dead In PulaskI An oil well has come in on the Miller farm near BarbourvllletSheriff C W Scovlllo and Miss MinIJ ule Brown were married at London In a freight wreck at Burgin Joe llanoy was injured perhaps fatally The Danville Elks voted to donate Iseo to the fund to secure the Southern e Railway rc1rivedCornelius Slater was given a year In- the penitentiary for shooting George nderwood in Whitley Thomas Hartford was given 18 years In the penitentiary for killing Hiram Baker at Corbin Christmas A C HIatt who conducts a country etore at Hiatt Rockcastle county mdled 3000 dozen eggs in the last- lJur months A Somerset man who found his wire In company with a Ludlow dude com peUpd them both at the point of n shot Eun to go to police headquarters William J Bryan has accepted an Invitation to address the big basket leetlng which will close the season at- the Palisades at High Bridge Sunday Post olllcee have been established at timberland Falls WhItley county Henry O Brunson postmaster Murl Wayne county John G Tabor Jr postmaster Somerset 011 Cos well No 10 at innybrook which suddenly ceased elding oil on August 30 puzzling and discouraging oil men In the field com menced pumping agate yielding 12 barrels an hour A split In the tubing was discovered to be tbo cause of the cessation IArthur Goobel Is apparently of the erection of a gallows for- hll murderers should precede the rear IDIt of a monument to the memory of W1lliam Goebel And there are oth er In the same way of thinking Lou Times Robert M Coulter former partner of Harry Tracy the bandIt has been sen tenced to seven years imprisonment at redwood S D Gypsies robbed 200 pilgrims In Austria and fired the building in which they slept eight perishing la the panic at ensued z4 TIllS AND THAT Fire at Stonewall Miss destroyed property worth 125000 T J Davis a Bath county fame 6was found dead In his barn Five thousand lives were lost by floods in China and Formosa The Henderson city council has let the contract for a 20000 city hall The plant of the Frcderlckaburt Cal Brewing Co was destroyed by fire lose 300000 Marconi declares ho has completely solved the problem of sending wlreles messages over a distance of more that 1500 miles H W Nutter of Scott sold to San dera Bros of Harrodsburg 35 head of fat cattle which averaged 1417 pound at f6 50 and a dollar a head premium J J Douglas has purchased the Kentucky Association track at Lexington and a new association will Inaugurate new running circuit including Louie ylllc A tunnel through the Sierra Nevada mountains seven miles long to cost 14000000 Is a part of tho HarrIman plan to reduce the time from Chlcagc to San Francisco 12 hours The bathroom annex of Hamilton female College Lexington collapsed Workmen had been preparing for new boilers for the heating apparatus and had undermined the foundation Nobody was hurt Circuit Judge Cantrlll granted an injunction asked by the Kentucky Central Life and Accident Co of Louis rule to compel the State Insurance dOlbuslneulnThe different parts of the country who have been meeting in Cincinnati failed to agree on freight rates for ccal coko I and lumber The dtscnislon of longstanding differences availed nothing The annual report of the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific railway shows gross earnings of 566040412 wIth an Increase in not eaunlnga of 12093341 The net earnings of the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis for tbo past year were 2370416 02 be ng an increase of 258055 13 over four ears ago It is believed by the police authorl lee In St Louts that a plus has been found to kill Circuit Attorney Folk has been instrumental exposing municipal corruption Mr Folks home being guarded by policemen and a elective has been assigned to act as a Bodyguard to tho circuit attorney Six f the members of the alleged boodle are still at large RAISED FROM TUB DEAD C W LandU Porter for tho Ori u ii Hotel Ohannto Kan nays I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed did and I got a bottle of lUHanla Snow LinIment and I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I hid deposed of my bottle I was nred entirely Iam tell In de truth too 25 50c and SI at Pennys Drug Store f A Frankfort dispatch says Mrs C McChord chairman ot the ladles ranch of the Goebel Monument Com of ilssion received a check for 1000 a contribution to the monument fund The donor requested that his name beA withheld This donation makes fy ital amount In the hands of the com lesion 15000aWhat did you say Chumluy draws hIs pension for Oh heedeaf from bearing his lath r talk about how ho fought in the war tI5E LeXInGTOn D ORAtJlG ts the only daily Democratic paper published in time Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year- It Is especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor Mgr Lexington Ky 90 goods cheaper hero than eleo You get your where null china free with every purchase I Two good reasons for tradingttith us j F THE GRAND LEADERWe will demonstrate to you that The Grrnd Lender is place where you want to do your trading Wo save you money on every ChllSC Come in price our anti nee for yourself tho monoysaycl by trading with us 1jonsClolhinqoysIons price 8275 Muna all wool suits nicely made worth 87 our price 85CO Mens fine black Clay worsted suits worth 810 our price 8850 Mens lino suits silk lined worth 818 our price 81060 fens well made serviceable trousers worth 8150 our price 08c lions strictly nil wool pants worth 8275 special price 1C9 Mens 8350 pants Dutchess brand war ranted go at 8250 We have the finest lino of pants made at 83 350 81 and 85 Come in and look at thorn Boys well made suits black nicely made nt OBc A better suit cassinicre at 8150 Hays 0 Levy Proprietor i S B Levy Manager u hO h Fifty acres of rood grass and Rood spring water for rent for balance of year three miles from Stanford on Murpbyann See Lutes Co or Y J Roffman Ky J H BOONS COs Froprleton Livery Peed And Sale Stable Ilrncoi Old Stand Depot St STANFORD KY Now and Turnouts at Reasonable Kate Special Attention to Travel log Men Phone No ea TIMBER FOR SflLE In order to settle the partnerslllpbnaloes- of John Ilonta Jr and L 0 Coulter Donna baYIDgdled last December we will tell 5709 acres of Umoor land In Adalr coun ty Ky This land oontalnt between iMO 000 and 6000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land li dote to the famous oil Colds of Wayno county end Is exceedlaglywell adapted for agricultural ur pose of the land It In one body and It It a bargain for some one For particular apply to J 0 COULTER MIddlcbnrg Ky Or to E M Ilardln liarrodibnrg or Oscar Donna Faulkner Ky- Trasutr Department aiWashington V C tt 1q OfCc of Comptroller of the Currency Whereas by sitltfactory tvUenct rwnleJ to the unJerslgneJ It has btn mad to appear that The Flat National hank of Stanton Ixatei In the day Stanford In the of Lincoln anj state of Kentucky has t count all toe ons of the Actof Congress to enable National Banking AIM cutlons to extend th 4r corporate ulltfIC and for otter tposet July nlh sets Now therefore Thomas I Kart Deputy anJ- cting ConptroHcrvt 1M Currency do hereby certi that The Brit National hank of Stanford lo cated In the city of Stanford In county of Lin coin anJ Stale of Kentucky Is authortted to here succession for the period specified In Its amended association namely unMchose of business en tati- In testimony whereof witness ny hand sad seal ef offic this ittn day of August ton T P KANE- Dtputy ant Acting CnpUfler of the Currency No arse PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT iStli Ore farm containing about ITS acre to rated 3K mile tram Lancaster 1 mile from Hubble 8 mile from Danville and 7 milt from Stanford on old Lancaster and within one mile of post rlacoIabout 00 acre with hU bathroom and cellar stock barn 50x60 tree servants house of two wow Ice house house and all outbuildings The second place contains about 80 acres with dwelling of four rooms han cittern etc stock barn GOx CI feet Implement barn tenant house of two tram fronting on pIke The le well watered by never failing IprlDJWaDd two one of which It the largest best in Central Kentucky and well with One fish Both barns and dwelling are supplied with a fine system of water work water being forced by a er gatollne engine which Is also equlpped- ror cutting teed etc The place hat about acres now In corn balance In Kraal and stubble Fine orchard of about tour acres All of place under good fence This place sold separately then at a whole best will bo Terms will be onothlrd cash balance In one and two draw lien leg six per cent Interest with retained for balance of purchase money will tell theAt lamA time we following towltt One Dec ring binder Deerlng mower steel rako 2 cultiva tors corn planter with check rower disc harrow harrow corn Sheller large power cutting box one hair Interest In roller One slide one hog box twohorse wagon spring wagon one elder mill about 10000 tobacco sticks lot plow and twothirds Interest in acres corn wagon sheath oats and millet 1 red cow fresh 1 Jersey cow good heifer work mare 3 good mules lot steel netting enough to two corn cribs 10x10x20 Possession for seeding given at onto full possession Jan 1003 on stock and Implements turns under 110 cash over that amount until Jan 1003 without Interest Negotiable notes Those desiring to look over place will be shown tame by A F Purdora on premises For any further Information ad W Olvens Rubble Ky T D English Auc J B T MINOR Sale will begin at 10 A and dinner will be served on the grounds Remember wo give with every purchase tickets redeemable in chinaware Qot set freo by trading with us tho goods LflND August um jGadfaa and Ttycns ifAocj lone heavy Shoes tho 81 CO kind 8100 Moua heavy Shoes the 8200 kind SlCO Mens fino shoes the 8175 kind 8110 Picas flue shoes the 82CO kind 8189 lions fino shoes tho 8350 kind 8276 Childrens and boys chocs in abundance at prices that will interest you A heavy shoo for ladles at 81 Ladies heavyshoe worth 8160 at 8125 Ladies hoary shot worth 8200 at 8100 All our fine goods reduced in price 4Jc n yard for heat brand of calicoes 4Jo a yard for 30in bleached and un blenched cotton 5c a yard for good shirting 7o a yard for heavy shirting lied table linen worth 25c at loc Como in and fit your boy for school and rave enough to buy his books THE GRAND LEADER aa a I IIforrents anti friends in Jewelry 1 Clware and Cut elSit and Clocks GlassII r I W He MUELLER j We Never Guess Peoplc everywhere will eventually insist on atreceiving the ideal service they get here with out insisting The public at large is not one half as particular as we are in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In tho buying selling or compounding of drugs wo never guess AVe make sure that everything isJfright in every particular Como to us Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky a eln q 7VJwr 4e dat4cCuntil you havo made an examination of our stock of fWlZU wVeciiac1cWall Paper etc Quality quantity and price lire believe wo can please you S JC W S WIITIVJlthors PIrntlro CO CARSON PENCE utuv DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phaetons V boards Wagons BuckJ1 4 Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and 11- are sold at prices that defy competition S See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Dr I Goldstein will bo at tho VERANDA MOTEL a Weflnesaau 8 Tfpsflaij Oct is IB OFFICE HOURS 9 A M TO 4 P M Continuously for the put 25 yeati Dr Goldstein the well known physician and practical optician of Louisville Ky has vistas Stanford HU reputation la M Ubliihed and work has given entire satisfaction having patients all over the State of Kentucky Take advantage of hit iklll It you need service i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SrANFolm KY SIIT 12 1002 I In Oiling your proscriptions wo use tho right meiJlclne In tho exact propor tloDi and with proper euro Wo could not do better It yon paid ui double tbo which Is always rcaioaablo Pen+ sr cyVDruz Store PERSONALS Mns T P HILL Is at Crab Orchard Springs i 11 C BAUKLEY li at homo from Do rea quite 1MnsJULiA CHASE went to Louis + vlllo Tuesday IloiiEtiT ROOT lett Tuesday to enters Kentucky Military Institute WILL SEVKUAXCE is In the elite- buying tall and winter goods ItevR B MAIIONY Is down with nervous prostration and malarial fever Miss LAURA DROWN of Somerset I is the of Miss Katherine Wlloh reIIs with her mother Mrs Annie Las lopMn W ML BRIGHT sod family went to Louisville yesterday to spend a week or so CLAY KUFLEY broke a small bone In his left foot while jumping over a fence MRS JOIN STEELE CARPENTER ot Huitonvllle was the guest of Mrs Col T P am- M it URIAH DUNN of nustonvlllc has gone to Barn well S C with a lot of salo horses MRS JOSEPH COFFEY is spending few days In Lexington with her son Robert Coffey Miss ETTA DELLE ROOT Is at Mo- Uoo III teaching the oral system at which she Is an adept MRS E P OWSLKY and Miss Mattle Hays Owsler leave today for their homo at Columbus Ga t Mn AND MRS J E CLAUNCH and and the boy aro up from Somerset with the family of Mr J E Lynn MR JOHN Unroll JR wife and son are visiting the family of Dr fur dett Ramsey near Paint Lick MR LEE B NUNNELLEY Is on a bopoImother Mrs fettle Broaddus MRS J CAHVBR JONES who has been visiting the family of Mr W P Grimes loft yesterday for Kansas City Miss JENNIE UUQHBS ot Blooming too Is the guest of tho families of sS Ma I M Druce and Mrs Molllo Wray Misses MARY AND SUSIE VANARS DALK have entered Hampton College Lexington for po tgraduato courses tits GARLAND SINOLETON returned yesterday from Cincinnati where she bought lot of Fall and Winter mull n cry ALLEY BURRtss and wife of Colo e r rado Springs Col aro hero visitin Mrs Jcnnio Carpenter In tbo Wet EndJAMES HAMILTON of Lancaster loft for Memphis Wednesday with cirload of horses for tho Southc market e MRS W S GRINSTEAD and Miss Nettlo Grlnstcad arrived from Flcm Ingsburg yesterday to visit Mr E H Bcazteyv MARTHA SEVERANCE and Miss Marla Warren wont over to Jcesaml fie yesterday to Visit Mr and Mr A O Severance REV W S GRINSTEAD was hero this week with his daughter Mrs E A tl Beazley Conference returned him to Flcmlngsburg MRS E M QUTOHINS who has t spent the Summer with her parents at tbo College left yesterday for her home In St Louis Miss PEARL MONTOOMERY of Lib arty entered Hamilton College Lox ington yesterday Her brother Geo I Montgomery Is a student at K U Gus THOMPSON advance agent of the Who What When Minstrels was hero Wednesday billing the town t orn f the performance Tuesday night next MRS J H HOOKER and A B Dlnwlddlo wore some of tho West En t people who attended the C W B M Convention at Crab Orchard yester j day 4 MRS S GRAVES PULLIAM and daughter Louise have returned to r Washington City after a three weeks 1ylelt to her mother Mrs Dr Moore at MoKlnney MR AND Mils A M IEENE of Fort Scott Kansas wero here Wednesday Tho latter was Miss Mamlo Cbonault tformerly of thle place and her friends and relatives here were glad to eco her again LOCALS MINSTRELS next Tuesday night GLASSES to flt theoye Latest styles la frames Craig Hocker- jVANTED100 II 0 bushel clover seed Highest market price Submit us Kentucky Supply Co Dan vllleIy4tSATURDAY Sept 271s the last day for filloR claims against Lincoln county for the October term of fiscal court Geo B Cooper clericttl AGeNCY Danville Steam Laundry at Wilkinsons barber bopIITUB wife of Jamei Baagbmac col ofdropsy broomfactorystoreroom and Is turning out eomo An workLAN uptodate book sod job priors- can secure a steady position by 10daeTHE machine usedfogr drilling a well on Mrs M E Welchs farm was ship whorohfinding oil M D ELMORE has rented both of his cottages on West Main Street ono tentah tho graded school and the other to Frank Wilkinson JudgeDalloyligious worship but wo names this tlmo on their promise to go and sin no mor- eSOLD3lve Westerfleld has sold his drug store at Junction City to Den J Durham tho wellknown railroad moo Mr Westerfleld will likely en gaga In the drug business elsewhere A MORNING mall routo has boon es tablished between Hustonvillo and Lib erty It leaves Hustonvillo at 730 and trochee Liberty three hours later Re turning the mall Is delivered at 4 p M McDUOALD P McDultaldlextoo siltad Ho lived here several years and was a good citizen A wife and several chit dren survive Doc STAFFORD of Casey wbo claims to bo a physician and surgeon was ar vested a few dope ago charged with committing rape on Mrs Jesse Edward He was held without ball at his examining trial I HAVE returned toecity with the choicest novelties and styles of the market A carefully selected lino of fall hate If you want tbo bet that is to bo obtained call to seo mo and in spect my line Mr Cleo W frown ELLL4B P Ellis oreof Junction Citys best citizens died In Casey coot ty whore he was visiting Tuesday night of appendicitis A wife of only a few months survives him The burial took place In Belleylow cemetery Dan vllle yesterday afternoon SEATS are now on solo for the Who What When Minstrels that will bo teen at Waltons Opera Houso next Tuesday night Tho company comes with the prestige of being Americas representative minstrel organization Watch for the street parade KEYS to tbo following ballot bores Btaotagrd 2 and 3 two nosh Wayncsburg Nos 1 and 2 ono key each Also seals for Stanford Nos 2 and 3 Holders will If0MT ThoM INTERIOR JOUR NAL representative will bo at Mt Ver non court Monday when ho hopes to meet many of his old friends and pat ran If you are behind with your sub scription please bo prepared to settle with him Money is essential to suc cessful newspaper business REDUCED RATES Tbo L k N will eell roundtrip tickets at ono faro to Cincinnati Sept 14 15 limited 27 on account Fall Festival A similar plus II for admission to tho lair x bo glycn Sept 22 to 27 limited 20 on account of the State Fair at Louisville Roundtrip tickets will bo sold at Is tares to Crab Orchard today and tomorrow on account of G A R reun ion OLD MODEL GROCERY Mr Samuel W Menefco has purchased an interest tbo grocery business of Gentry it Farris The firm Is sow composed of etadId Model Grocery the name that tho place wont by when Mr Gentry owned It before Mr Menofeo Is a hustling young man and will no doubt help keep that etoro In the front rank News Tuft Teachers of tbo Hustonvllle Magisterial Precinct will hold their annual convention at Alcorna Opera Rouse Saturday Sept 20tb beginning at 11 AM The primary object ot these meetings is to Interest tho community In general education and to bring to gother the teachers for mutual Inspira tlon The public Is cordially Invited to attend The following program will bo offered Invocation Rev G W Mills Music choir Address Dr T J Bohon Music choir Address DrFal Us Piano solo Mrs FallU Addre ProfCassldy Vocal Solo Mr Dlnwl- die General discussion Acounty board of education versus the present trustee system Introduced by M F Nor thare after which every teacher will be expected to express himself on this sub lest and we ask that they will prepare some work On this discussion as no other topic will be assigned them FRESH fish and fresh oysters TO Willis TRUSSES All kinds und sizes Low jest prices Craig S Oookertt IF you are troubled with mosquitoes sea W B McRoberts the druggist LEAVE your laundry at Wilkinsons shop Agency Danvlllo feieara undrr rCOALNa w Is tbo time to Oil your coal houses Tbo roads are good and you can haul big loads We bavo plen ty of coal cheap for cash J H Daugh man S Co THE sueachnightSeptnot miss this rare musical treat satoMcKinney yesterday tbo home tract of 160 saver was a Mr Walden hiofthe land was withdrawn at 14750 atdav consumption aged about 35 A husband and six children survive Mrs Cook was a Miss Baker and she was a splendid Christian woman To THE LADIES Lava returned from the city with a careful selection of millinery which will be opened UD and ready for your Inspection In a few days Also a oleo lino of ribbons for neckwear Mrs Garland Singleton TilEC W B M convention at Crab 0 chard yesterday was largely attend ed and a most Interesting program was goodIChristian ladles an alld good people wish thorn Godspeed in their grand work THERE Is considerable jalk of an electric railway being built from Leb sass to Hustonvillo but wo predict that most of us will not live to see it Ono from Uustonville to Stanford would bo much more feasible as well as more profitable Lot some of our moo led helpotime SALES The Sanford Irwin farm of 2204 attar on the DaD villa plko was bought by H K Hawkins of Frank fort at the public sale Tuesday at IjO OnWednesday thebomemagnificent residence was withdrawn at 1713b Mr Embry of Fayctte was the bidder Ton small farm of 100 actor was wltbdrawn at 133 The farms willlikelyeONE of the largest and most fashion able audiences was out last evening to roe the Who What When Minstrels in their bran new production There wore 48 peoplo In tho first part and It was u first part seldom If over seen before The clover witticisms of Gcorgo Woav cr Nat Blossom Hi Tom Ward and Gear Buckley kept the house In ono continuous round of laughter Theslng ng of Sherwood and Fox the unique comedy four and Julian Walsh was par FrenchGavotte alovomost gorgeously dressed act wo have over seen Tbo unique comedy four was the next number on the progam and they wero fine from the henvy opera to the most lively coon ballad Weaver and Donna did ono of the maa unique acts on the bill taking three encores Tho sensational Auejln on IIIthe trlplo bare was a very clover and ImportcdforHoppo mado a great hit in their musi sal act A better musical combination would bo hard to find on this side of the waterN Y Herald At Walton Opera House Tuesday night next 10th CHURCH MATTERS reRev F S Pollltt was acquitted of conduct unbecoming a preacher at his trial before tbo conference at London Rev P J Roan the new pastor of the Methodist church will arrive Saturday and fill his pulpit hero Sunday morning and night The movement to hold memorial ser vices next Sunday In commemoration ot tbo first anniversary of tho death of gellera1favorEvangelist Stiff who was baptized at Broadway Baptist church joining from a Methodist church has closed threo moorings in Tennessee with JOO add clone and 200 professions Courier Journal The International Sunday School Convention has lost published a statement showing that in all tho world mendyear 125000 scholars becamo members In the United States there 1414589 teachers and 11462434 pupils In the international body the are 45 associations employing 85 paid workers There are 1300 normal class es with a membership o 14000 State meets that the Sunday school la on the bythornTbo following appointments were mado by the Methodist Conference at Condon for this the Danvlllo district J R Deorlng presiding elder DAo ville J 0 A Vaught Harrodsburg W F Vaughan Nlcbolasvllle W F Taylor Perryvlllo P C Evcrsole Mackvlllc R H Hobbs Chaplin J T J Flzor Richmond H G Turner Sal visa E J Terrell Lancaster E H Pcarco College Hill to be filled Bryantsvlllo W P Gordon Wilmore C M Humphreys Somerset J W Simpson Burgle A P Jones Stan ford P J Ross Preacherflvllle to to pplied Secretary ot Education E G Mann President Asbury College J W Hughes Rev W E Arnoldwho bas filled tbo pulpit of the Methodist thatch hero was transferred to Von an chargedhave him do bettor they give him ands excellent family up with great re grot Tbero aro fow more able men In tbo Kentucky Conference and the church hero has been particularly fortunate In having him for Its pastor on two different occasions Raymond Gray once prominent In social and professional affairs at Cov ington attempted suicide with a pen knife horribly mutilating himself A report iron Hopklnsvlllo says the L N will be doubletracked from Evansvillo led to Nashville Tenn Otto F IIolt a young dentist of Pans III killed himself with carbolic acid on his wedding day Ben Woodward and Miss EOloHager LexingtonandGen Fltzbugh Leo has been tender JamestowDExpo ofOeorgeagrouDCIon If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial f i i H C NEWL4NDx SURVEYOR Walnut FlairKeutuck Offer his scrvlcei to tho people of Lincoln and adjoining countiesi Farm for Sale Contains 130 acres of line Hanging Fork land and has upon It reildooce and out buildings Is In a high state of cultivation and In well fenced and watered Ii known a the E T farm and Is la Turners CooperUlcbardDlbb agentforSmall Farm For Sale I dolts to sell the farm on which I now It contain ISO acres of one land all tin grail Is one tourth of a mllo from post amen 2 mils from UcKlnney on 09 rail road S mile from Stanford and In splendid neighborhood Has comfortable residence of 7 room and abundant outhouses In good repair Good spring ID yardand two streams run through farm Fencing fine and enough loots rape on place to keep onco up for 20 years Farm frosts on YoITHEIJoseph Price Infirmary Is open all tho year for tho treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills duo when services are rendered and must be paid promptly FOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated on Somerset street X iron town consist Ing of dwelling of seven rooms besides kitchen and servants room and a line cel lar smokehomo chicken house coal house and a good stable and 10 acre of land 2 hydrants ono In the yard and ono torstock i well cistern combined near the door for drinking purposes Said property In rood repair V Farm For Sale Having concluded to quit farming I will sell farm of 133 acres on Mllledgovlllo and Stanford pike It is In good state of cultivation very good Improvements wel watered with never falling springs In county For furtherrnrormatlon can on or write to W A Iettus Mllledgevlllo Ky salehI offer for ale my small Knobyhouseleersmoke house etc two a pon Nsh abundant wittr Can make a dear title anil Civs possession sl once For further Information call or address W Leigh Shelly Qty Ky fr NEW NEW NEW Bali and correct fall Try pair s we have for you to wear the season in Goods Hats Etc TERMS CASH J i We have just placed on sale 35 patterns in new striper no two alike tucked 45o to OOc per Come and see the new goods for Walking I i We have received our first of Black Goods Serges Cheviots Armures Canvas Cloths Zihelines Basket Cloths Prunellns Venetians Granite Cloths Come let us you tho latest things all now in the popular i JR a CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement FOR SALE Having declJed engage other business we offer for tile our stock of general merchandise and store fixtures located the depot this place The Co furnish the building free of charge also the coal fcr heating store sea they ray liberal commission for attending the agents work This one of the twit stands the country exrrnsaWenew clean ant will Invoice about 1500 For further formation call on address ENGLEMAN LEIGH Phone ytit Shelby wry Ky Mens Shoes STOCK STYLES LEATHER Buttons Bluchers for a CUMMINS fiMCLARY A Lillle Early tooSselected coming Clothing Furnishing H McRoberts aitngs Waistings pinnod yardu dkrtngsiSkirlsf lack Soods shipment including ishow dcmall1i I Storea JOHN BRIGHT Queenswaro i STORE to In In L N at R R us a to Is In In or NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to soil my farm of acres just outside of the town limits It Is ono of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and is well Improved with a handsome dwelling good kitchen and splendid ce jar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside tone ing U kept by others Very little fenc ing to do Splendid barn a good cistern at r in a state of cultivation with most of It In grass Good roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Cell and tee the place J S Hundley 9tantordy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford u teonddau matter vlblLhlTUoSoywdi clv- wIT 81 PER YEAR CASH err Whin not leptldaaOO will beehan d H I 0 I KNOXVillE DIVISION No 74Trala going North Ut6am- No25 II u oooo2SOam- No 15 II South 13M Ko2J 0012112 pm For all Polnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 4lMTw Stanford t 153rm- NoOarrlyeiatStanfod 115am Xo211eaT i Stanford it 2Wp m Ae Se PRICE Dentist Stanford Ky OalettTtr HcIdbe nutore In the Owilej I R A JONES DENTISTStanford I Ky I Offlc over IUgging A McKlnnoys Ston Telephone I olIl NEW LIVERY STABLES BTOSS k sm Prop JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnout at Reatonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table EvervaUng arslclass Porters meet all trains 89 MONUMENTSPURE ZINO n White Bronze U to stone In the monument bntlnets what the dropbead sewing machine It to the old hand or the car Is to the old stage coach It It the advanced thought of the age It U Indestructible nod will perpetuate the records and retting place of your ones It It very beautiful a frosted silver ap Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt GRAD OROHARD KY J+ + JYJC Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDL2BBY 0 Stanford Ky J La Beazley t Co J Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DUUtUIIf Furniture MatngsRuJ8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them K call Prices right 8TANFOED KENTUCKY E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Control Kentucky Real Estate Excfiair TITLE CO Stanford Ky fordSyelnuhporchdON lo II j rrlcf33X No 2 Small farm 37 acne S miltS from Mn furd HOUM of tour good room back porch and TfrtnJa Uood barn and other buildings In cood Cut In six fleldi well fens d acre In tulUnUon olle atn in fruit tree rat In lrasa llouibt at coiamlxloiert ale at bargtln and call Mid at bargain Close to school and shun Price 533 per acre Land adjoining told for SWi JtX TI11II a bargain No 8 Rausant loan Stanlonl HOUM taint fire rooms uood stable and 5 acre of laDd well fenced One of prettiest building lots In bwn room enough In front tit two other cottage or a story front be built to the cottage and be nude a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u lbe owner out have money No tTwo story frame dwelling 7 rooms hall and reranda iood garden fencing and house III good repair For sale or rent Vile reasonable No 1InOUN and lot In Stanford Three room and Iront porch Uood garden and stable Good repair Will be sold cheap No 7 House and lot In Stanford stone 5 room Good garden smoke and coal houses onlr 300 be l Farm of SOacTeOH mile from Siall lord on county road 23 acre In cultivation Ieen In putare 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two small cottages bUll and outbuildings ell watered and fencing fairly good list can be bought at your price as owner llr t In Indltna and mutt hue money No 9 4 firm of 222 aerie four mile from Stall rod on best pike In the county Sixty acre III wheat 40 In corn 9 In timothy e In clorer and 100 In Sae bluegraii Is cut In six fieldi well fine well watered well and spring two rood POllds trwodweUhegegood barns and Ollt buildings Fronts pike for turnquarters of mile both dwellings being on pike Ilenty fruit its and enough timber to mike pats Aipleudl bluegrass farm and only 20 minute drive from tbe county seat Owner ol tine Sum adjolnlrg thl hu recently refused tai ncr acre wS oner this at 33750 per am No 1I 29 acre land with necessary irapror menU mile from SUnlord Dwelling has tour rooms porch Large barn moke howe ew Wehawced and fenced and bulldlnp In good repair Rice reasonable No Dwelling of ate roomlb1I and porch nrcceasary outbuildings glNen 00 large two story star room IdO Seat lower room upprle with counters shelve etc Water In dwelling and itoreroom also cistern and well on Small le back oft to re netulle from HUnlord liulldlni Ingood and dwelling originally test llfr aidttortoiertl Will sell both tot UO or will rent or sell separately No 1S230 acre farm Ii mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwellkii 8 rooms two tenant hour two buns well and spring near dwelling Finn IIIIhigh state of cultlratlon 150 acre rtrer land good fencing fruit etc lrlce 37M an act No 11100 acres ol land on Lant2llwtrtoellllI Crab Orchard opposite Springs prorements except large stock barn abundance 01I water rrettleil building alts In town rrtc tJA nice cottage and lot on Lancastc itreet rooms good cistern etc ot11600 wUlulllor 31000 No 17Afarm of acres near Huitontlll Dwelling of eight rooms ball Teranda etc One tenant house clock barn large tobacco barn and otber outbuildings Cittern and gcod well In Ihe- yard and water In ever Seld on the place Yarn tut siren Geld and Ent clan land NoIIFarm of acre situated near Kings rode Ky acres In cultUatloo 33 In tiinberrei In trasi well watered two good harts and other tbulldlngt repair DwelllnE comparatlre 11 new II wlibln yard of three churchei ecbool pottoffice and C S depot Property lIet on pike and county road and Is the most Inn In that section Wi will sell the whole arm- f2 00 or In parcels of not less than 30 acres to iltpurchater This Is certainly cheap property No 63Farm of 73 acres near Warnesburg welling good barnte Well watered fencing and In lroducthe lime one land In good nelrbborboodclose to school IIId on good road Price 800 No 54i farm of 300 acres In Lincoln county ThIM good dwellings 3 good barns tad other out illdlngt each house barn etc about the center 0 r 104 acre All on county road H mile from lurch school and pottomc Lays well and well wend This It a good tobacco arm and would lUit twoor theme inilllet that might want to come fromlhe same neighborhood Price reasonable No 63A farm of 105 acre In Casey county One and onehalf itory dwelling with six room- good barn and other outbuildings tUxly acres In iltlratlon 43 urea in timber fruit trees etc Is well on county road close to churches boo etc trice only No M Farm ol 118 acne la Casey county Two cry frame dwelling two barns other tbulldlngt In npaTr Splendid tobacco tand and In good community A bargain at fJOO No 37 Farmof 113aere In Casey county lIew two story I room frame dwelling and old welling in colldltloll Darns and other out lldlnjts On county rod splendid tobacco land ell watered two wells spring etc This Is a de cable bOIlle Rice tlflao No 68Finy acrea near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 9 rooms and porch Bern and other itbulldlngf 8 sent In cultivation reel in tin- ber Well watered yards from pottomcejchool and thllrcbjla1wel1 on tike and in com We hue for 230 or 309 acre farm situated from ontotereemiles from town Also buyer about acm situated from one to four rom town with or without Improvements Alto a buyer for an 4000 to S10 000 farm close to town No 18 Four houses and loll In Rowland Ky Idce 1100 each Ko soy cret of land near Crab Orchard 20 Twostory house I rooms hsUTerands 12 acres iplendld land adjolnlnirln eitanlord Prop ly In good repair water and In house cia mat door Ueautlful home Voice 83000 Mo22 of 111 room porch one acre of grolilid and good stable One mile torn town Pdce roo No 23 F tn of It3 acres Smile from Stanford roue dwelling of 7 rooms 2 2 buns one a log stable and wagon shed combined the other an extra good frame with cattle ihcdi attached Barn farcurina tobacco Also beallery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard repair Well wired 2 cltterni etc Thlurn hu been occupied by a former own er and It well reamed and It In mlltofpottofflce church and school dented QrOO2 for rent and cultlrated rom wheat tobacco and clover Title J1erlec- tCoatprntowlltrfJl1IOO u county records bow or foII Dwelling of4 rooms with 20 acm land In Monland Good barn and necessary oullulldl- ogs 2 well In ard splendid orchard and 2 acres strawberries Immediate possession Price fXX io 23 Farm of 100 acres near Crab Orchard New 2story frame dwelling of 8 rooms hall at d Iranda llarn smokehouse etc In good repair ell watered good orchard Cut In Geld 20 cr In to acm In corn in timothy rest gras Price rio per acre No 26 Frame hotel large room double nrII- das hallway Etc A large 2 story etore room fronting street 30 feet from hotel up slain Suite bla fordwslllng 2 nice cottages nicely furnished papered snot painted 4 room and veranda each A large barn on same lot used as livery stable Good gndlI Vacant lot adjoining 36 feet front by 200 feft deep All of this property li In London Ky- alld li a line chine for some one to make money oprletor Iwo refuted to rent property for 150 per- mOlilh On account of hf wire only rfUOli for srlllDg proprietor detlres to exchange or farm In Lincoln coun- tyBROWN 8 BROW- NAttorneysatLaw Offico In Masonic BldK SOMERSET Room 9 KY In ataoUnitedllectlon made and promptly remitted Seed Wheat for Sale t000 bushels of choice seed wheat for tale at This wheat yielded 37X bushels per- acre Sample at Lincoln County National Dallk A Wllltamt Knob Lick Ky i rir+ NEWS NOTESIJ J Wilkinson la politician li dead Tho Bank of France was robbed of a sum said to be 11000 It U possible that Gov Goobele body will bo moved to Covln ton Women served as pall bearers at tho tuners of Mrs James L MoBurnle Senator Quay declares ho has no Idea when the anthracite strike will end A little boy fell headforemost Into a pall of water at Bloomington Ind and died Fifteen bears have been shot withIn tho city limits of Duluth Minn In tho last 00 days At Stampa Ark Mrs John Harper was murdered with an ax Her hue band Is misting Jack Shields an aged farmer was found murdered In his cabin door In Washington county The oil convention which was to have been hold In pjxlngton Sept 12 has been IndeUnltoly postponed Robbers blew the vault in the Bank of Lowloburg but wero frightened olr before they could secure any booty Mrs Louis Oahlstrom of Mlnnc oils committed suicide because ber husband would not give her 125 for new dross The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen in session at Chattanooga Toonl elected President Roosevelt aa honorary member Mrs MoUie Westrobe of Clayton MIss who recently murdered and bur led her five children committed suIcide drowningC of Louisville was elected general secretary of the Ami lean Pharmaceutical Association at 118 meeting In Philadelphia Leroy and Walter Woodruff and their i brotherinlaw William Tennant all prominently connected were drowns while fishing In Indian Lako Mich In Lewis county O C Beard an od nan was shot and Instantly killed by William Scott The tragedy follows a quarrel between the wives of the two pen Rollln OShea Chicago lawyersh ind killed his betrothed Emily Hogai ion aftera lovers quarrel tried to tilt her mother and theo attempted suicide Mrs Joseph Leslie Jealous of DaIsy Carlton attacked her with a bugg y whIp In the streets of Bloomington Ill and was shot to death by Mias Carlton W C Allen filed suit In the Cllnloi Ircult court against Mrs Salllo Brer lor 95000 damages Ho alleges that Mrs Dyers accused him oflI steallnj sIx of her chickens Mrs Paulina Taeschler who conduct a private hospital for women It Chicago is charged with crematlnj wing babies In her kitchen range She Is under arrest Mrs Kate Jarrcau of New Orleans haa confessed that she caused the death by pushing him from a yacht or Earl C Lukens thought to have been cldentallv drowned From March 14 1000 to August 31 1002 297 national banks with a capital 1114660500 were organized In the outhern States Texas heads the list and Kentucky cemes next with a total of 2l The total national bank circulation itstandlng Is 1303026206 The high est point reached at any previous period was In October 1882 when the to- ui circulation outstanding was 8362 14134 At Hopklnsville Commonwealths ttbrney Howell has filed suit against 10 life insurance companion and their a2eo18 alleging violation of State laws In cutting rates Each defendant is sued for 1500 Maj W D Wilkins a wellknown accountant of Pltteburg was shot and killed while trying to wrest a revolver from his wife Crazed from the exce- slve use of morphine she was trying to shoot herself The vaults of the United States tress ury now hold 6573036194 of gold This surpasses every nations record except Ruula which Is said to have had In its treasury 593000000000 when prepar- Ing to resume gold payments The Baltimore S Ohio railroad it roported will soon issue 44000000 or- new stock The proceeds will be chief ly used In Improvement work The- road bas to far Issued 176000000 out of an authorized Issue of 1100000000 Next years meeting of the Good Roads convention whlchjwlll probably be hold In St Louis will be an Inter- natIonal gathering and Is expected to bo one of the most Important industrial iventlons ever held in the United StatesCapt C O Calhoun baa returned to- tho controller of the treasury the check of 887OCO recently sent to Frankfort In payment of soldiers claims Capt Calhoun holds that the amount Is not sur- ficlent He claims that about 9140000 Is duo the Kentucky soldiers and will- appeal from the decision of the auditor of the treasury department 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC R H Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Litke- City writesIII have been bothered with dypepsla or indigestion for 21 yeantried many doctors without relief recently I got a bottle of Herbine One bottle cured me I am now tapering off on the second I have recommended it to my- biend it is curing them too 50c at anjs Drug Store 41n The Price of Pleasure It Is hard for a lovely woman to forego the pleasures of the life which she was to enjoy and adorn She may have to be busy all day in office or yet she cannot deny herself the social pleasures which are offered her But the fatigue is often too great for her and she auf fen from headache and backache as a of overexertion Women who are tired and worn out perfecttonic in Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription It cures backache and the other aches and pains to which subjectItlarity dries weak drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness Itmakesweak- women strong and sick women well pleasedwith hardly know what jrtv eyou for CaraWrlIapt of IotA Thomas OX Ga V luffcml to much with IIffat stomach my back and the tOWer rrtormipalpitation of the heart that t time I could down Could haul up In the morning but after using the bottles of Favorite Prescription and two Tlab of Dr fierce Pleasant relleU am like a new woman wJeringfromvited to consult Dr Pierce by letter rrAll correspondence is held as strictly prl TAte sacredly confidential Addrer- Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Seed rye for sale W O Shanks Prince Royal the great racer s deadJohn E Madden bought the 500d mare Imp for 16000 FOR SALE29 good yearling steer D M Anderson PreacherivlIIc Ky Estrayed to my place a roguish brIn- dle cow Geo W Pulliam Shell CityaJohn E Madden will race a string of thoroughbreds at New Orleans th WinterScott Budion0 blind Rythmlo won the Woodruff Stake at Syracuse N Y Beet time 2101 Walter Warren Is back from Sault bary N C where ho took 30 Lpouod hogs and sold thorn at 7c O P Huffman bought 21 SOOpoun heifers of M S Daugbman at 3 16 aod a bunch of hogs of R E Leo Sims at 60 EP Woods bought of J Z Spoona more CO 200pound bogs at Oc of W E Amon 20 of same at same nod of Wm Pepplos 15 at 5c John E Madden bought of J W Schorr the twoyearolds Ooatas am Judith Campbell and the four year oh Lady Schorr paying 30000 Prince Alert beat Anaconda at Beth lihem Pa In two of the fattest coo i3cuttve heats ever paced over a half mile track Time 205 and 2051 FOR SALE Thirty good calve 12 1000 pound cattle three sows and 2i pigs ono good saddle mare four years old and two aged work mules Marl Sardln It W 0 Terhune sold Olavo Goddard a team of throe yesr old mules for 1257 SO also pair of same kind to Charlie Wortham for 1245 Mr Terhuno bought 10 broke mules from Morris Farris for Gi5Barrod bur Herald Mack Hughes the veteran trainer irlll leave for Harrodsburg tho latter part of this week to prepare a lot fi lorses belonglngto Mr Sam Forsythe lor tho Loularllle Horso Show E Leo ought 32 hogs averaging 100 pounds of- J C Johnstone at Co W J DeBaun lulled 85 bushels of clover sooi off of 20 acres of ground for Mrs W B God toy Advocate Low round trip rates to Washington account G A R On account of the Grand Army reunion at Washington D C the Chesapeake tL Ohio will sell ound trip tickets from Lexington at- 8n 65 and at correspondingly low rates om all points Tickets will bo sold- n Oct 3rd 4th Gth and Oth and will- ie good to return until Nov 3 If deslr ed Extensive preparations are being made by the government authorities In Washln too to decorate and Illuminate tho capital in the moat gorgeous man neroLow rate excursion tickets will- e sold from Washington during the union to all the battlefields and eastern cities between Norfolk and New York The C O will have two fast rains each way with finest sleeping car coach and dining car service tra rslng more historic country than any other line For full Information or sleeper reservation see any ticket gent or G W Barney Lexington- y OKOUP Usually begins with tho symptoms of a common cold there is chillness sneezing eoe throat hot skin quick pulsohoarso ness and impeded respiration Give fro- quent small does of Ballards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for It and at- tho first sign of a cronpy cough apply frequently Ballards Snow Liniment ex irnally to the throat 60c at Pennys rug Storn Renew your subscription to the I J i Biliousness Make ir Chronic Invalids When the llw la torpid and lath to 00 Id wort the bile enters the blood ua virulent potion Then comet eoDKtpation bllloutne sick headache lawn and maUrUThe only treatment that glees the liver Just the right touch and stand Nature wort in the right manner it r ONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS The pill touches the liver and tae pellets tone the aysdm 25 doses tar 3J days teat 13 cents and un lea your ease It exceedingly tad you will bo wall before you sash them rStaple trw Portal at all dealer IFOR SALE BY W B MROD R ANrSuperior Grain Drills I Special Fcaturesi Both wheels drivers solid steel frame j each disc and draw bar independent improved spring pressure The King of the Field It has Imitators but no equal Higgins L1 McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II 1 CAPITAL STOCK V0OOOO Directors J D Paxton J BlOwttey B U Shank wp Walker Oeo W Carter fineetator to The Farmer Hank it Trust Company and under same mallaContinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNTH- oping such butlne relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution HM originally established aa the Deposit Dank of In 188 then reorganised a the National Rank of Stanford In IBM and again reorganUcU aa the Pint National Ilaik of Stanford In 1833 having had practically an uninter rupted exUMnce for n yenta It It better supplied now with faollulc for transact Ingoatlnnt promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Stockholders Milling A meeting of tho stockholder of the Na tlonal Dank of Huatoavllle will bo held on Wednesday Oct 1002 for the purpose ot taking a Tote on the amendment of three articles of association reducing the number ot directors from nine to seven J W HOOKER cashier A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Often his services ai 6uotoiner lot the people of Lincoln County lie will please IOU both in work and price Write to him FOX S LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE none and Mule constantly on hand and tar tale at all times W Logan Wood Manager RE1e1 e That socalled cheap insurance is tho dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho pro mium may cost you a hundred in along sight and experiencedmanagement guarantee sure That insurance in tho Homo of New York can be relied on Jesse D Wearon Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardBorle and Casey Counties Kentucky a r Officers 8 H SHANKS President J D OW8LEVOaabltr F w M RRIORTW Attt Cashier Officers J 8 nOOKRK Prett J J MoUOIlKHTS Chr W II WEAttRX Dk- prDirectors e F Held Lincoln Co 8 T Harrli Lincoln Co J S Hooker Lincoln Cow P Walton Lincoln Co J U Collier Crab Orchard M D Elmore Stanford S II lIaugbman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Ilaucbman Stanford W I Tale Stanford Farm for Sale HustOIlTllle er flhemptonviiie Kv H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted j Fit GuaranteedGive a C- allERDILLEHAY DANVILLE X7aManufacturer of BRIOKAnd Dealer IneLime Cement o o Write For Price Huslonville Property for Sale l propertysituated lluetoqTlleICyvacant lot This property is well ar andliverybarn 6Jx7 and all outbuilding oeceiaarr for hotel and livery purposes and vacant lot for private retldencn If desired Propertyisla now rented for that purpose It you want ooel paying property In nUltoaTlIle- caUon or address IeS Carpenter nutonJTlUe Ky