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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 81 VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1902 9 A M NO 55 IIflEWS NOTES State College opened wl h350 etu dents Foreit fires have done great damngo t In Washington nIA New York Stock Exchange Scat S was told for 181000 It li stated that the King of Delirium will visit the St Lout Worlds Fair Fire destroyed An entire bUIIDel t block In tho town of San Angelo Tex A respeoted Negro was found dead In Lawrp ocoburc and murder li suspect cdRockefeller has bought 90000 acres In the Adirondack for a quiet resting place v Min Annie Utohardi of Naw York f died In a dentists cbalr In Paris from the effects of gas J P Harrington of Sioux Falls S a shot and killed his divorced wife and committed suicide Prince Ye a son of the King of Ko rea Is attending Ohio Wesleyan UnlI versify at Delaware O Mistaking his brother Jobnror a burglar Sam Kendlewood shot and killed him at Ironwood Va The story tbat Plcrpont Morgan Is to assume direct control of the LouUrlllo k Kaihvlllo railroad la dented I Henry Crlppens was given two years at his trial at Wllllanisburg on the charge of shooting James Vaughan Perry S MlnihuUn prominent cltl xen of Piedmont W Va committed suicide with his young sons toy rifle Miss Virginia Lassttor sister of Con erenman Laiillor of Virginia was killed In a runaway accident at Peters burg Va- Stepben McCurmlektheoidoet mom ber of Tammany Hall and oldest em v ployool New York City In point of ser vice Is dead Mrs William M Stewart wife of Senator Stewart of Nevada was thrown from an automobile and killed at Alameda Cat s Herman Ilooliobcr a carpenter of CoVID toO while despondent owing to Illhealth committed suicide by drown log hlmiolf la a pond Xho now bank recently organized at Ilaflan a Q with W W Noo as proi dent and W W Lewis cashier wilt begin operations Oct 1 The Uatolv Packing Company has been organised In Chicago with a cap Its stock of 11600000 It will not af flllate with the trusts Burt Alvord a notorious outlaw over whose head a death U hanging voluntarily surrendered to the authorities In Anions An Italian violinist touring this country played for nine hours without Bellovuy Insane pavilion Twenty years ago the total bltuml bout coal output of the United State was about 60000000 tons a ycarwhere as now It Is not far from 50000000 An order for 18000 olghthorso plow to be used for breaking up the vlrgl soil la South Africa has been received by the Farqubar Agricultural at York Pa- In excavating for Shelbyvllle1 Car i negie llErarr the contractor dug Iota KQ old burial ground Indignant citi ions stopped too work by threatening him with Indictment Prof Angelo Uelprlo president of the Philadelphia Geographical Societ- N reports that the recent eruption of Mont Peleo surpassed that of May 8 ID tbat It extended over a greater area He states tbat no part of the northern por tion of Martinique Is tree from danger At the execution of Dolsy Bryant colored at Nashville Ga for the murder of Town Marshall Hyands Mr Ella Hyands Parker a daughter of the murdered olllcer witnessed the bang lag from tho scaffold and cut thti rope t when the Negro was pronounced dead Alexander K Shepherd former gov croon of tho dlstrfct of Columbia dur tog the existence of the territorial gov j ornmcnt Is dead In Mexico Ho was given at ono time tho credit of nipping In the bud a scheme to remove tho na tional capital to ono of the Western StatesThe Vanderbilt Interests and the Pennsylvania system have formed a II nanclal alliance that constitutes tho greatest all trusts Tbo combination will control 30000 miles of railroad and domlnato the railway transportation and coal mining of tbo East Capital t tho amount of 12000000000 Is rep resentedRace troubles broke out again at EI dorado 111 when the house of John Bean a colored farmer was attacked by a mob A volley of shots was ared Ito tho house though a number of mi- litiamant were on the premises at the S time Tho farmers barn was burned and two horse and 1000 pounds of to bacco were lost Sir James Crlch ton Browne M D In emphasizing the necessity for reform In the British Army sanitary or tioas claims that coterie fever fightheSouth bpi 701100rto reducod- tbo that th mea t t the war tax Ix months 1300000000 to 1350000000 KINGSVILLE Mrs Sophia Davie of PInovlllo arrived Wcdntiday to visit her brothers W L and J M McCarty W L McCarty has suitalncd quite n loss by tbo delay of a car load of cans and will bring suit against tbo railroad company We are confident that every good democrat hero rogrcUi being denied the Pithis district Rev Thompson of the Methodist church Is thinking of locating In Indl ana but his congregation Is very much In hope be will continue to preach for them another year Mack Williams has bought of Logan Walls a house and lot for 1125 James MjCarty bought of Daniel Hester a smell farm near the trestle n portion of which Mr McCarty has sold to too U R company on which tong Intend to hive a water tank The protracted meeting conducted by Kids Derry and Brooks of Lexington closed Wednesday night with 33 addl fleas to the church backsliders In eluded Quite a number from other churches united with the Christian church during title meeting which was certainly n most successful ono Th good work might bavo gona on loons nltely bad not too ministers been compelled to return to Lexington to enter school Mrs A P Hunn sister Miss Lena Reynolds and Mr L D Reynolds of Stanford seen guests of the family of Postmaster J L Johnson Lough Evan of Jupctlon City was a guest at Hotel Pennybacker Sunday Pig a Woolford was over from Morelaad Monday Mack William of Burgle was hero Saturday Dr J L McCar ty who recently enlisted In the U S Navy as surgeon dentist It the guest of relatives here Mr Elizabeth Taylor has returned from a visit to her son Harvo Taylor In Louisville Mrs J A Wright of Lexington is the guest of her daughter Mm W R Cundlff Mrs Sebastian Chevoletto Is verr tick with tonillltl Her husband was nailed to her bedside Tbunday Muster Mlko McCarty Is qulto Ill with symptoms of typhoid laver Matter Will MoCarty has been very but Is bettor now D M Crelghton Is eutfe log from bay ferer probably owing to the Immense quantities of hay raised here CHURCH MATTERSw There are 086 churches In Chicago Transylvania Presbvtery convenes at the Second Presbytcrln church at Rtobmond today O A Strickland ofbseRev a call to the church at Sprlngdohl at a salary of II 200 a year cone sits In a chair and only rises to- ismissal says too Paris Kentuckian A largo German Catholic colony will bo established shortly In Stearns coun ty Mien by the Order of St Boo dint which has just purchased a tract of 100000 acres Rev D J Ross preached his Initial sermon at the Methodist church Sun hoary It say was s IE Arnold preached at his now charge u Versailles MATRIMONIAL Everett Baugh and bliss Jennie West of Burnsldo eloped to Huntsvllle Tenn sad were married Harry Roswoll a youth of 17 an Miss Roso Madden n maiden of d wero married at Henderson A doublo wedding In which all tbo contracting parties were named Votaw end all distantly related to each other took place at Mackvlllo Washington couDtyICapt Harry F Buehlcr a wealthy young business man of Philadelphia and Miss Calla Beatty Hicks tbo beau tlful daughter of the fats Judge Sim Blake of Somerset were married at the Glbton Hotel Cincinnati At Bowling Green Circuit Judge Settle decided tbo contention over tboI Icaso of tbo Mammoth Cave Hotel Ho holds that the bid of W S Miller wasI not filed within the limit specified 1 receiving bids and cannot bo consider ed Ho holds that Dr W W Renshaw may tako the lease providing ho ox tutee proper bond and agrees not Install H C Cantor as manager at least not until tbo llllgallon eaup GaD tel and the trustees of the cave 1s sattlcd Mother Jones known as the aglla lor among miners Is missing and her daughter In Now York City has ap pealed to the pollen at Parkcrsburg to assist In locating her Tho total exports of the United Atm320341 for the same period In 1001 LANCASTER ExSherllT Sounder shipped 77 225 pound bogs to the city recenty Mrs Mary Fox will rebuild on the- esit of the old Franklin Institute sunjdayDuncan havo taken rooms at the grad ed school building Mrs Mary Fox has rented tbo Best Hotel and will occupy It until the coo struction of her dwelling The meeting of the building committee of too Christian church has bean changed to Friday owing to the abicnco of several members Bert the little son of Mr and Mrs Robert Embry Is very low of spinal meningitis Tbo physicians regard Us recovery as doubtful There is to bo a marriage of a Oar rard farmer and a Lincoln county lady this week but wo withhold names un ill the license Is Issued J L McCarty sold to W R Cook a hooch of cattle at 14 25 Gee sold a mule colt for 150 Price Brosbsold 30 hogs to Lawson t Fox at Go Mr Arch Walker of Paint Lick rot fcrlng from a cold mistook a dose 0 IySmiths liniment for a cough medicine efaScarletcounty and six deaths bavo occurred iiytbo Steno section Mr Clause only a week ago bad a child to dlo fro tho malady lost soother Saturday Mrs Ltxzlo Rice of Hedgevlllc wns thrown from her buggy and narrowly escaped death She was driving the a gato when her buy was overturned and she suffered either a fracture or dislocation of her hip A delegation of Lancattrlans left for Louisville this morning to present their claims for the Southern railway to the Commercial Club Lancaster citizens feel that Louisville men will hold to their promise to moo too Southern ex tended through Garrard M F West has returned to Was logtoa City Mrs Scrivener of tblaoa is visiting the family of R Batson Mrs Percy Noland and son of Washington aro visiting M M D Hughes and family Mrs Simp Elkln loft Monday for Atlanta She Cagrt who will spend the winter In tbo South Miss Sallie Myers leav soon to visit In Lebanon Ecsllo Aodor son has returned from Indianapolis and ill enter Central Uovenltv Miss Maud Miller loft Monday for her homo In Lexington Mr R E Hughes arrived Sunday from Louisville to visit relatives Theodore Wlniersmllb of atna rv tbo toDIC Racing Club Is hero on a visit Miss Suo Sublotto of Lex ington has been visiting Mrs R E McRobcrts Mr S O Denny and Atlaatlr family are in Cincinnati Mtsa Lobos Hobbs and brother Joe have gono to Join their mother In New Mexico Miss Nannie Goodloe has gone to Talladcga Ala i to take a position as teacher J C Thompson Miss Thompson and R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick are mending the Clnclnnall Fall Festive flWor Klnnalrd of Co Iambus Ohio 1s visiting his brother W H Kinnalrd Wm Cblllcr of Illi eels Is the loe6t of relatives hero BUBBLEdL P Weaver Is putting a now rot f dwellingd Eubanks and children 9took In the Somerset fair Dont forget to attend J S and E T Minors solo Thursday 18th James McKechnlo and A P Sloan bavo bought them a corn harvester Eubanks Hubblo aro arranging toI show their tine jack sod mule at t Louisville State fair Eld B J PInkerton of Stanford will fill lire Moore pulpit hero Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock A ODe girl has arrived at J 0 Eu honks Bo of good cheer Crlt wo cant always have things like wo want themAgents interested In carrying tbo mall have been around scouring names orthat aro In favor of A freo delivery sys tem Aa wo understand It It will only bo delivered onto a day along the plk and we aro to have ono mall a day In tostead of two as wo now havo It Each to purchase a box putting same at bis gate or at the mouth of thelr or county road at the plko What accommodations will bo given to tbo renter or hired hand who lives In tho cabins along the river and creeks who do not Ret out very often for their mall we have not learned yet But hope that when all the country pOI lJIc- eare done away with that something may be given In their stead that all the people can use as well or better urnishing them mail as often and as coo venlent as at present MR M F ELKIN A splendid citizen who with his fam ily left last week to make his hams In Lexington IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 1A MIddlceboro man captured a giant ull frog with two heads and five legs H T Gray bat resigned as Individ ual bookkeeper In the Bank of Perry ule Miss Gusslo Robards will lift the veil rom the handsome Confederate shaft t Uarroddburg today The Farmers National Bank of Dan ule gave 1500 o the rihlofvrav railwaym John A Logan a Richmond liveryman was cnargod with burning his barn was ended In a verdict of not guilty clrda are 100 equity cases 23 common law ac tions 13 criminal prosecutions and 0 misdemeanor The Citizens National Bank of Moo ttcwllo has been authorized to begin butlncft with a capital of 925000 A Fdircblld will be president and Chas McConuagby cashier EhKeaBtopicsra Mountain Ecno wo kick and would like to kick tbo man who did it Mountain Democrat The National Adooiatlon of Mexican cewar veterans will bold tbelr annual meeting at Prll Ky Sept 26 All survivors of the Mexican war tbelr widows and children are Invltod to bo present Address Col J C Craddock Paris or let Vice President W S Mc Cbesney Loxlogton Ky Undo Ben Robinson Is proud of this thenNews that a tow days since ho was ask ed iho name of Mrs Robert Harding and upon being Informed ho said bo bad twins at his house a boy and a girl fnd bo Intended to name one for Mr Banding and one for bis wife Tbo gen tleman Is Mr George Huffman and ho Is a cplghiy good democrat Danville News Some money was cleared by the fall company but not a dollar will go la the pockets of any member of the ganlzadon but will bo spent on the grounds More buildings will be erect ed among which will bo a largo floral hall and the ladles can rest secure t hat In the next premium list the pro oc space will bo set aside for tbo Its that are pleasing to them Somer s RepublicanMarital almost caused tho eath of an Infant six weeks old atJDan vllle George Gregory colored at tacked his wile and mho attempted t run away from him but caught he foot In a door silt and fell down the steps I toward a well Sho was carrying tho Infant which bounced Into the well and fell 20 feet Into the water below Tbo woman continued to flee but Gregory topped and fished the Infant out heAt McKee Jackson county a special Jury was impaneled to try J E Hoi comb James Brumell and William Lo Joel on a charge of Incendiarism Le Jeer bad set firo to tbo store of A J Smith near Maulden and nolcomb had paid them e15 and three pints of wbls ky to do tbo Job The three wore held over to tho circuit court in bonds of tl 000 each Holcomb ed one of tbo Jackson couniy competitoriwas burned was a esDEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundantly Tho entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not aoelmlloted but devour cd by worms A tow doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to coos crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and toy of the mother 23c at Pennys Drug Store Fugitive Taylor Is still wedded to old habit of reaching for his hip pock et But so long as bo doesnt sneak Into a building and assassinate the street car conductor we suppose de will continue to be coddled by Durbin and others of bill ilkLexlogton Demo oral Who What When MinstrelsI Original 1OriginalThe Most Perfect and Complete Minstrel Organization Extant Celebrities culled from the ranks of the worlds fore mast artists A host of European novelties S5PEOPLES5A Galaxy of Operatic Vocalists SEE THEM ON THE NIGHT OF TUESDAY SEPT 16TH AT WALTONS OPERA HOUSE y t swIf DOUGLAS SHOES I lJ1arc too well known to need any announcement than that ithefall line is iiow ready and 7IEt f the shoes ave better than ever 4 liii Wo are sole agents for Doug shotiffIJ ATjTHE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 11 satisfiedEIl eKee FOR TEN DA- YSSpecial SaleTo make room for fall goods we offer our thedollartoLinen window shades at lOc Parer window shadow at 8c Calicoes goat 4c per yard upCountcrpnncs from 48c on up pTnbleclathe by yard 15o on up tt Pearl buttons 3o dozen Mens top shirts worth 50c and 75c all go at 45c Mens summer underwear at 17c j Ladies gunzo vests at 2c Ladies handkerchiefs at 3c Shoeand Clothing at half price f Remember the placethe New York Store Welt door to Lincoln County National Bank 1 1 C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY fQ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hooker STANFORDI 11ticdcrA preparationfor eradicating the dis ra J agreeable odors arising from lij perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on clothingaW B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON w p WALTON Ii a Candidate for RaIlroad Commissioner for t 1 Dlitrtct lublect to the will of the democracy H H HENNINGERI01 Wayne County U nrar tabled to the action of the putT ROBERT HARDING Ju1elubJectCHARLES A HARDIN offercer U a candidate lor Commonwealth At dlltrlclubjectto For Congress G G GILBERT Of ShelbY TUE deserters from the Confederate army to the Federal army to whom Congress voted pensions will bo disappointed over a decision of the commie loner of pensions relating to the pay meat of pensions According to this ruling these pensions will be paid for the time the claims are filed after July 1 1902 and not from the time when they were first filed Some of thee claims have been on file in the pensIon office for years and the decision of the commissioner will save the government between C5000000 and 810000000 ht arrearages If his decision is not over turned The final determination of the question involves millions of dollars ai there are 20000 claims of this kind and the pensions when allowed will rang rom 16 to 112 a month If the matter a decided In favor of the deserters each will receive several hundred dollars but if it Is adverse to them they will be paid only a few dollars whIch latter let us hope will be the case THE republicans of North Carolina arc making a vigorous effort to sccuri the three western Congress districts of the State which are In the mountains and traditionally inclined to the republican party Under the former appor tlonment of the State North Carolina had nine representatives in Congress and of these seven are democrats and two republicans Under the new apportionment North Carolina gets an additional member and the republicans expect to Increase their representation rom two to three The democrats are on to their curves however and think they will reduce the republican repre sentation to one THE most Important features of the platform of the democracy of New Hampshire are In the resolutions do mantling unconditional repeal of duties n favor of all trustmade articles OP- position to all trusts monopolies rail road pools and syndicates reduction of duties on necessaries of living opposi Ion to ship subsidies substantial reciprocity with Cuba and Iron trade with the new as well as the old territories of the United States This Is not only in accordance with sound democratic principles and policy but It is com preI hensive enough for one campal nITHE Louisville Posts cartoon ota graveyard full of politicians who have boon run over and killed by theIIma chine Is rather amusing The three graves most conspicuous are those of Messrs Henry Wotterson W P Wal ton and Matt ODoherty Dick Knotts grave appears In tbe back ground butI the old flopover11 has been dead so long his tombstone has literally disin tegrated a SENATOR PLATT says tbat personal hIt he thinks Roosevelt deserves the nomination for president This Is be lieved to Indicate that the State con vention will Indorse President Roose velts administration and say that he deserves to be the candidate of tbo party In lOOt II IT is a mistaken Idea to suppose that Morgan owns all the railroads In the country According to statistics there are now In this country 2050 separate railway companies which have not been merged Howeyer Morgan may get them later on A MARTINSVIIAE IND preacher who has confessed that be has been stealing everything that he could lay his hands on has retired from the mIn- Istry Such a man ought to easily se cure a lucrative lob with the trusts POLITICAL The Provincial Council of Havana has appealed to Congress to remove tbe military restriction against cockDght lug Robert Burrows was nominated by the democrats of the First Tennessee district against Congressman Brown lowRepublicans of the Second district will nominate R W Slack for Con gress at the convention at Henderson todaySecretary Shaw announces that he has made arrangements to release 84 000000 of the treasury to ro hove the mon market and will also anticipate the October Interest whlch amounts to 84200000 The secretary asserts that be sees DO evidence of a currency famine and no cause for alarm at all r t The Glasgow Times devotee two pages of Its lust issue to cxprcsslo Is from Itself and other papers In favor of a State primary The primary is com lag we are sure but not yet awhile Tho time Is hardly ripe for It but tb a quickest and surest way to secure 1tls to keep pegging away like Editor RIch- e ardaon Is doing Lexington Democrat Editor Walton of the Lexlngtc Democrat has wisely quit the railroad commissioners race confessing nft his frank fashion that ho hasnt the making of a candidate in him and do Glaring that be will never again ask hIs party for political position Tie well when so excellent a journalistic shoe maker thus resolves tostick to his last For such as helitho place of honor J a private station Louisville Times The democrats of Wisconsin seem to have denounced the primary system ii order to please the corporation reput Means and it la to be presumed that they avoided the money question In or der to please the banking republican and the question of Imperialism In or der to please the imperialistic republl cane Why didnt they avoid the tar iff question also In order to please th republican manufacturers PBryan CommonerHon O Gllhert has made the following speaking appointments in this district Lancaster Monday Sept 22 Paint Lick Friday Sept 20 Bryants 1vllle Saturday Sept 27 Taylorsvllle Monday Sept 29 Waterford Wednesday Oct 1 Mt Eden Thursday Oct 2i Van Buren Friday Oct 3 Law renceburg Saturday Oct 4 Tyrone Saturday Oct 4 Richmond Monday Oot College Hill Friday Oct 10 Borea Saturday Oct 11 Klrksvllle Saturday Oct 11 ShelbyvllleMonday IOct 13 Wllmore Wednesday Oct 15 Friday Oct 17 Cornlshvllle Saturday Oct 18 Danville Monday Oct 20i Crab Orchard Tuesday Ot 21 Otten helm Wednesday Oct 22 Wayncsburg Thursday Oct 23 Stan ford Thursday Oct 23 Perryvllle Friday Oct 21i Mt Vernon Monday Oct 27 ADDITIONAL LOCALS WHO What When Minstrels tonight Eaas wanted 16 per A B FlorenceTRDssasAll kinds and sizes Low eat prices Craig d HockorII LOST Last Monday yellow Shepherd dog sheared Reward for hIs re turn A A Crutcnfleld Ottenhelm WANTED 1000 f bushel clover seed Bigheet market price Submit us sample Kentucky Supply Co Dan villa Ky4tG A PEYTON have sale Sat urday at 2 P M of stock arming Implements household and kitchen furniture See hand bills FOR ric Hanging ForkI farm for rent near Brlith1 Mill known as tbe Daniel Stage farm containing 120 acres Apply to T J Foster Stau ford tf Sept2711 the last day for filing claims against Lin coin county for the October term of fiscal court Geo B Cooper clerkIITUB L S N will sell roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati next Sunday at 050 A big game of base ball will bo played by the Cincinnati and St Louis CLEO BROWNS trimmer Miss Smith has returned after spending several weeks In different cities studying tbe very latest styles in Fall and Winter millinery THE G A R reunion at Crab Orchard proved a most enjoyable occasion Large crowds attended each of the three days and Mr A B Basttn fed thorn on the fat of the land ALL persons having claims against the estate of W T Stephenson de eased will present them to the under Ignpd properly verified at once R C Warren master commissioner 3t ISnOT TUEHEELWhllo Mr 0 P Huffman was working with an old pistol the other day the weapon discharged and the ball struck Mitt Em bry Sr colored in tho heel Inflicting- e painful wound AFTER the cold rainof Friday afternoon the mercury took a sudden tumble and considerable frost fell Saturday and Sunday nights killing tender vegetation Fires and overcoats have been essential to comfort and even with those many have not kept warm A PRODIGY Little Etta Gooch the 0yearold daughter of Mr S H Gooch of Waynesburg la the youngest telegraph operator we know of She can both receive and send telegrams and does It with the speed and accuracy of a veteran She frequently assists Mr B S Matthews the gentlemanly aynesburg Qa 0 agent in his work end Is a great help to him THE monument to be erected to the memory of the Confederate dead In the raveyanl on the Perryvlllo battlefield has been completed and Is now being reeled in the center of the cemetery which ii located on that portion of tbe erryvllle battlefield whore tbo fight raged tbe fiercest Judge M C Sauf ley of this place will be one of the orators at the unveiling in October i FRESH fish and fresh oysters T 01 WillisIIRED lap robe found R LAlbrigh RowlandIIBtu lot of heavy skirting just opon ed J P Jones BARREL good new country sorghu Higgins McKinneyC cOOle and heating stoves grates St- r John Bright Jr CoIIs IA DAROAIN for ladles in Hana high grade shoes JPJones LEAVE laundry at Wilkinson barber shop Agency Danvlllo seam LaundrrIIWE have a barrel of strictly pure ci der vinegar pure and atrong Bhr McKlnnoy lnaI FALL goods are coming In See our suits overcoats shoes bals and furnishing goods H J MoRo it erts ANY ONE wanting to buy a email wellimproved plebe near town can get a bargain by addressing Box 42 Stanford P 0aHIATT Mr men H HIatt ailed 57 died yesterday about 1 oclock at hIs homo on tbe Dudderara Mill pike of malarial coma He had been ill only a few days and was up for a abort wMl Sunday evening walking around hlB room He was taken seriously ill dur lOll tbe night and became unconscious He was a member of the Methodls church and was a conscientious cbrli tlan gentleman Ho leaves a wife and two daughters Mlea Mamie HIatt and Mr Emmett Traylor to mourn an af fectionate husband and father The funeral services will be held this afternoon at 230 oclock at the Methodist church by Rev W E Arnold and tin burial will take place In Buffalo Cemetery A OOOD crowd auendpdcircuit cour at Mt Vernon yesterday but buslnes generally was QuIetthe patent medi cine man and street fakir oven failing to make money Court opened In tbi a morning and the grand jury was IDI Btructed and a few cases were tried 1 the afternoon Judge T Z Morro- made a happy speech announcing hl candidacy for reelection as circuit judge The old judge at he Is at fectlonately called It strong all ove- his district but especially so In Rock castle and the consensus of opinion there la that he will bave no opposition Mr W Lawson Sumrall republican nominee for Congress also spoke for a few moments He went to Mt Vernon to meet the dear people was surprised to find tbat be was billed to speak IN TIlE SOUTHERN ENDIf rouI want to see low of business done In a quiet businesslike way take a trip to toe Southern End of Lincoln and spend a while at Klngsvllle and Wayncsburg At the former place W L McCarty runs a big store as well as the Kings Mountain Canning factory J M Cartv does a flourishing general me chandise business G A Walter deals largely in eoeral merchandise lum bar etc J W Thompson soils drugs and fancy groceries Dan Hester keep a restaurant and Mrs Betlle Penny backer runs one of the beet country hotels In the State Tbe merchants are all on the best of t rms and you seldom hear of cutting knd slashing of prices but all sell at a reasonable profit which satisfies both buyer and seller Just now the Kings Moun tain Canning factory Is about tbe bus lest place In tbe county Mr McCarty was compelled to wait almost a week on a cur load of cans which finally arriv ed Friday night and Saturday morning bo started up with over 1500 bushels of tomatoes In his yards and some 25 or 30 wagons hauling the luscious vegetable in Ho bad 123 bands bard at work when an I J representative called and was turning out about 1500 three pound cans of tomatoes an hour He has over 100000 cand ready for ship moot and It would take a train of 10 cars If all were hauled away at once Ho has sold only one car load forI which be got 85c per dozen Be pays 15o bushel for the tomatoes and n bllelielwlll make 14 cant an Idea of Mr McCartya profit can be easily ob tamed This he la saving offal and already has about 200 barrels which ho will dispose of to manufacturers at a good price At Wayneabtrg the I J man found L G Gooch S E B Caldwell tit Sons and Bryant k Gooch all doing a good business with splendid stocks for the buyers to select from Mr L G Gooch Is one of the pioneer merchants of his section as well as one of Lincoln coun richest men Mr Caldwell la not a merchant of long standing but he has proven a most successful one Bud Gooch of Bryant tit Goooh has busi ness to spare watching after the Store ho runs a hotel and H very eta ble and had a blacksmith shop until a short while ago He manages to watch after all of his Irons however and none have been burned yet The Mao cabee Hall at Waynesburg Is a most creditable building and the members of that order are justly proud of it It east about 81500 and it wont be long before it la all paid for We learned with regret of the death of Mr Cicero 3oochV wife which occurred some week ago Ho has been peculiarly un fortunate having burled three wives lad la yet only a little over 40 years old Surely his cup of sorrow has been filled to overflowing Mr Clark Roy nolds one of tho oldest and cleverest of men In the Southern End continues ill and all hopes of his recovery have been abandoned Masonic lodge met Satur day afternoon with a good attendance ThIs Is a most nourishing one There la considerable sickness around OTayncaburtr at present and Drs A K Caldwell and Bryant are kept contln lously on the go There la a general wish in the Southern End that tbe com nlttee of this judicial district will re iclnd ita action a primary for the naming of candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney THE GRAND LEADERS Fall AnnouncementI We Imvo on sale tho newest of every kindof Dross Goods Ginghams Percales Flannels Outings Linings Clothing Shoos MillHnery Mens and Boys huts Umbrellas Etc Our prices are tho lowest our styles and quality the best Come in and we will save you money on that fall bill Remember your money back if we Tail to please Give us a collwe will save you money on every purchase e Hays Levy Vroprlctoro S B Levy Manager THIS AND THAT J H aQrdesty and Jas H Edele are dead at Lebanon bruisedtH Brannaman bought two mule colts at Mt Vernon yesterday for 19260 B T Lunsford sold to Jeff Robert of Perryvllle a pair of cotton mulct for S1GO nThe rectors of a Catholic church at Yonkers N Y denounced women who- e go hatless to church Charles Higgins freight conductor on tbe Q S C who was mangled at deadrFormer Justice Horace Gray of the United States Supreme Court died at Nabaot Man of paralysis A B Ely of Paint Lick was found dead In bIB barn where It la supposed be expired from heart failure eDlolentItp work for tbo Wrought Iron Range Co Charlie Wnllln will take his place as peace preserver DISSOLUTION The majority of the stockholders et the Near Greek Oil k One Oo have decided to close IU business and wind up Ita affairs willhSept 13 1002 KoRKTCf HEID Prett J II Irmw Sec H C NEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Otters his services to the people of Llncorf and adjoining counties Farm for Sale Contains 130 acres of fine Ranging Fork land and has It residence outbuildings II In a high state of cultivation and Is well fenced and watered Is known as the Eo T Young farm and laIn Turners vllle neighborhood adjoining n II Cooper Richard Ribb and W A Ooffev Most of tho land Is In gnu t1aI Owens agent for sirs M E You- ngPUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT xStli lODe farm containing about KB aero located 3Ji milt roro linfiiitfj mile tram Hubble 8 mites from Uanvlllo and 7 mile from Stanford lying on old Lancaster and- o Danville within one mile of post IlacoPabout 60 acres with dwelling of live room hall bathroom and cellar stock barn fet servants house of two room Ice- house buggy house and all outbuildings The second place contains about 60 acre with dwelling of four rooms hall cistern etc stock barn COx 04 feet Implement barn tenant house of trto rooms both fronting on The place Is well watered by never ailing spring and two ponds one of which Is the largest and beat In Central Ientucky and well stocked with fine fish Both tock barn and dwelling are supplied with a fine system of waterworks water being forced by a 2horse pow or gasoline engine which Is also equipped for cutting teed etc The place about 70 acres now In corn balance In gnu and stubble Fine orchard of about four acre All ot place under good fence Thl place sold separately then as a whole belt bid will be Terms will bo onethird cash balance In one and two drawing six per cent Interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money As lam time place we will sell the followIng towltt One Deering binder Docrlng mower steel rake 2 cultiva tors corn planter with check rower disc harrow disc barrow corn aheller large power cutting box onehalf Interest In roller ono slide ono hog box twohome wagon spring wagon ono cider mill about 10000 hickory tobacco sticks lot plow and wagon gear twothird Interest 70 acres corn sheath oats and millet red cow fresh 1 Jersey cow 1 good heifer 1 work mare 3 good work mules lot alcel nottlng enough to two corn cribs lOxlOxSOl Possession for seeding given at oncci full possession Jan 1003 Terms on stock and Implements same un der f10 clUb t over that amount credit until Negotlabloipremises For any further Information address n W GIvens Hubble Ky T D English Ace J i T MIHOR Bale will begin at 10 A x and dinner will be served on the ground Dm goods from lOc up to 82 yard Corsets from 2Cc tip to 82 each Oin lmms from le to 15c yard Outings from 5o to 20o yard Flannels from lOo to 50c n yard Linings from 5o to 35o yard Mens Shoes from 8100 to 8500 Ladies Shoes from uSe to 8450 Childrens Shoo from 20o up to 8200 liana wits from 82 to 815 Boys uits from 80c to 8300 Calicoes from lo to Gc Cottons front IJc to 8Jc THE GRAND LEADER IIIIII Silverware and Cut Glass and Clocks Etc Intchos 181 W H MUELLER We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they got hero with out public at large is not one half as particular as we are in this matter of pure drugs the accurate fill thoir proscriptions In tho buying selling or compounding of drugs wo guess We make sure that everything isjright in every particular Come to us Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky Jt e da cC until you Imvo made nil oxmniuatiuu I of our stock of fWV1li uU 1 c4tokac1cball price11o WsWiaritlrers Jfiurnituro Co CARSON FENCEDDEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness h Full and complefo stock of tho above always on hand and are soldat prices that defy competition See our elegant line of Lap Robes t Dr 1 Goldstein I will bo at thoyVERANDA HOTELi Ii WBdnesflau Tfiursflay Oct IB 16 OFFICE HOURS 0 A M TO 4 P Me Continuously for the past 25 years Dr Goldstein the well known physician and practical optician of LouIsville Ky hIS visited Stanford Ills reputation la established and his work baa given entire satisfaction haying all over the s State of Kentucky Take advantage of his skill it you need his aervlcee I I L DANVILLE KENTUCKY j t t t i iioUR general stock of Fall Dry Goods is now andIand we would have every reader of the Interior Journal make us a visit and get post ed as to the new styles in Ladies alwaystheS now showing will not be duplicated this season In our ReadytoWear depart 4 ment we have hundreds of Dress Suits Walking Suits and Separate Skirts at all prices and the newest ideas in Ladies Childrens Wraps rOur Dress Goods line embraces eall the new Scotch Mixtures Zebel lines Etamines Venetians c in I colors and a very extensive line of black goods from 50c a yard up Dress Trimmings will be of un usual importance this season and we have purchased an immense line Trimmings to suit any style dress t Our various lines of new Shirt Waist materials are very attractive and reasonable priced Full lines of colors at lOc 20c 25c 50c and 75c per yard Our great Hat Opening is not far watchfbe sure to be present It is the hat event of this sectiony1I k 1i I i I DANVILLE KY j a fflE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SKIT 1C 1002 In filling your prescriptions wo UBe proportlon9not do bettor If yon paid us doublo the price which la ftlwnvs reasonable Pen cri Drug Store PERSONALS GEO D ELLIS U ill Mn J S RICE hoe been tick Miss RACHEL ALLISON has rcturccd tOLexIngton MRs MATTIE NEVIUS U vliltlog ref ntlvee In Uockcutle MRs JAKE MYERS Is visiting her mother at Livingston ATTORNEY JOHN W BROWN wis here from Mt Vornon Sunday Mos PCTEII STRAUII JR of tho Hlchland section continue III DAN TiiAYUm went to Barbourylllo Sunday to work In the oil fields MRS M c SADFLEY u visiting Mrs Sanford M Loan In Mlddlesboro WINIIU Y DUNCAN left yesterday to enter Llnnland Military Academy MR P GEISZL of the East End la In California on a prospecting tour MISSES MACDE ANt CLAUDIA CAR TER arc visiting friends at Crab Orch ard MR T L CARPENTER of the West End was In town Saturday on bust net Mit J E PORTMAN was elected city naieesor night by tho council Thursday TIIOMAS BURKE of PUtsburjr spent several Uurko days with hit brother James Miss VIRGINIA WARREN Is visiting Mrs S P Stag at Donerall Fayette countyMR E C HOPPER of Latonia was hero Saturday mingling with old friends Miss LUCY MILLER GIF S hlft Friday to enter college at Crawford ylllc lad J S OWSLEY JR and son James McElwain Ovriloy wont to Frankfort yesterday Mn WILLIAM HUSER and daughter Elizabeth Uueor were op from Leba non this week MRS A D RKID an experienced elocution teacher Is here getting up a class In that study MISSES MAGGIE AND POLLY TRAY LOR spent a very delightful week wtt relatives at Richmond MRS HARRIETT GLASCOCIC HULL of Lawrcnceburg was the guest of Miss Nancy Vandevcer MR A A HIUQINS left Saturday to take the position of assistant Instructor In tbo Danvlllo graded school MRS GREENHERRY Dnioiir afl children of Danvlllo spent several days with Mrs Mattie Kirby MRS J S RICE returned from COTe City Sunday Her brother Mr Wilson fMROil Gas l Mining Co Lexington spent Friday and Saturday hero MRS ALMA TANNER and baby ofof Lincoln county aro visiting her par oats hero Somenet Republican MR JOHN P JONBS went to Louis vlllo Friday to bring home his wits who has been there under treatment Miss LILLIE PEYTON was elected a teacher In the Mlddlesboro schools and she left last week to assume her duties Miss FLORENCE MYERS of Stan ford returned homo this week after a visit to Mrs Thomas Phelps Rich mood Register MR JOHN DowsER a wellknown traveling man has rented Mr John B Morahona homo on Logan Avenue and Is moving to It MRS SARAH DEJARNETT and daugh ter Miss Annie DeJarnett of Rich mond wore guests of Mr and Mrs T Chonault Willis MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Ore h ard Springs took her son Louis Heath Willis to college near Johnson City Tenn yesterday MISS ANNIE DlSHON of Stanlord la visiting her aunt Mrs George Pops at the Eight Gables Livingston Cor Mt Vernon Signal MRS P W GREEN left yesterday for Huetonylllo where she will be the guest of Mrs Wright for a visit Lexington Democrat MRS JOHN B MERSIION and Mies Katie Mersbon left Saturday to join t husband and father at Somerset Tho departure causes general regret MRS W R SINGLETON of tb Waynesburg section has been III wit remittent fever for over two months She is yet In a dangerous condition MR W G LACKEY formerly of this place but now a substantial citizen of St Louie has bought a handsome homo at 4215 Maryland Avenue that city MESSRS A C SINE A T Trays and John H Wonor have been elected to represent tbo Stanford O O F lodge at tho grand lodge meeting at Hopklnsville next month MR AND MRS JAS MCCORMICK Stanford visited his sister Mrs MltohI el Taylor this week Mr and Mra AIC Martin of Saufley paid the Journal a pleasant visit this week Somerset JournalMR LITTLETON represent ing Frank David eons new Old Farmer Hopkins Co was hero yesterday billing tho town for that excellent show which will at Walton a Opera House Monday night 22d DR R A JONES has returned from Michigan MRS J c BAILEY has been slnco Thursday Miss MARY DUNN of Danville is BaughmanMRS visitingbarMISSES CARRIE DUNN and Dunn of the West End have been vlsI Itlng A P nunn and family JAMBS AND OBORQE VANARSDALE gave a birthday party yesterday which was enjoyed bya number of youngsters GAIT AND MRS B N ROLLER of Livingston have Just returned from a visit to various eastern cities and Canada Mn G A PEYTON and family will leave soon for Mlddlcsboro their fu ture home Stanford people generally will regret tho departure of this excellent family MR M F ELKIN of Stanford State Commander of the Maccabees accom pealed by his family arrived In Lex ington yesterday They will la the fu ture reside here Mr Elkin is an nf table and popular gentleman and stands high with the order Lexington is to- eb congratulated on the acquisition of such a splendid citizen For the prey ant Mr Elkin and his family have a suite of rooms In the Leland Annex Lex DemocratLOCALS Eoos wanted 16 cents per dozen A a Florence OIL stoves cheap to close John Bright Jr S Co NEW thlnB In lrcularshawls and carte J P Jones GLASSES to lit the eye Latest styles In frames Craig Hooker WHO What When Minstrels at Wal tons Opera louse to night Go IF you want to see mepretty things In flannelettes and outings just step In at Jones FOR fresh cakes cr ereForce Quaker oalso toe Higgins StF McKInney THE few J3and E T Minor near Hubble will bo sold atepublic auction non Thursday JStb At the same time a lot of stock feed etc will be disposed of Read the ad elsewhere HdMB BURNED Alfonso Richards weekhschool children succeeded In saving most of furniture etc The roof caught from a chimney HELM Mra Florence Helm who lived hero while her brother Rev Den Helm was pastor of the Presby terian church died In New York City anddFlsnMr A T Fish wellknown hero died suddenly at his home at Be yea Ho was a fine gentleman and one of his towns most progressive businessmen Mr Fish was president of the Berea Bank and a prominent Elk jTo TilE esIhave returned from the city with a careful selection millinery which will be opened UD and ready for your Inspection In a few days Also a nice lino of ribbons for neckwear Mrs Garland Singleton r WILL PUMI No The Central Oil Gas Mining Co has the machinery pumpWellmans farm and the pumping will be gin this afternoon or tomorrow If the well proves a good not more wells will very probably be sunk near lh MR JAS T MENEFEE formerly of this place bad a narrow escape In a FridayTbetor ran Into a switch and n disastrous jumpedteemand suffered only a sprained ankle He Is now with his parents here whore he will remain until able to resume his duties THERE are a number of cases of small pox of a mild form In tho colored settlement of Boneyvlllo The suffer ors hardly over bavo to tako to their beds and they have dubbed It ole phants Itch A darkey named Simp son was In town Saturday afternoon with a well developed case Hadnt the authorities better look Into the matter and stop the disease before It spreads over the county AT Junction City the homo of Mrs Hollander en eccentric religious fanat lo and fortune teller was burned Mrs Hollanders form of religion was pecu liar being something between that of rollgloflelrthis eccentric old woman continually end the falling over of one of these destroyedhas one of the curiosities of Kentucky Mrs Hollander built tbo entire structure with her own bands IT Is an old saying that to see ono minstrel show is to sea them all but the Who What When Minstrels that Lyceumorabovo saying From the rise to tho fall of ibe curtain tho largo audience was treated to a succession of surprises and were unstinted In their praise In the distinctoslcal team of Goldsmith and Hoppe was one of the best ever seen In this city while La Bar certainly proved him self a master of ambidexterity Others deserving of notice were Weaver Donna Pronto and Wardo andI Bros and Sherwood and Fox whole tho show was the best seen In St Paul In many yearsSt Paul PIOI neer Press At Walton Opera House tonight s aNLI p k a OI 1S rflew and Overcoat Buy your clothing early and get the best selection e e lJ1r I Cummins McGlary A Little Early j to buy winter goods but not too curly to look at them and see what we have selected for you to wear the coming season in Clothing Furnishing Goods Hats Etc TERMS CASH cr fi II1 flu 6- r ai 5 H J McRoberts fI 4 Ie IWastlngs irt 1 We have just placed on sale Sit patterns in new stripe Yoole- nm Vatstings no two alike plaiu and tucked disc to JOe per yard cJkrtngsIComo and see the new goods for Walking Skirtsij f I1lack Soods 1 Wo have received our first shipment of Black Goods including ii Iishow you the latest things nil now in the popular demand t I Severance Sons New Store J Iw asa esb sc aors s rarasrcraaras 2f9 r JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Dealers in Staple find Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement J STOREFOR SALE Having decided to engage In other business we offer for sale our stock of general merchandise and store fixtures locate In the L k N depot at this place The R R Co furnish the building free of turn also the coal cr heating store and they pay us a liberal commission for attending to the agents work This Is one or the best stands In the country UrenWethe badness The slock of goods Is all new and anfQrtII1tJOIIENGLEA1AN LEIGH Phone joia Shelby dry Ky A NICE FARM FOR SALEs t desire to sell my farm of just outside of the town limits It la one of the prettiest homes around Stanford nod Is well Improved with a handsome twostory splendiddryfurnished free Most of tho ouUlde fenc- Ing If kept by others Very little fenc ing to Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land in a good state of cultivation roomYlDeatbouloand see the place J S liundley Stanford 7t THE JNTMOR JOURNAL HMercfl n the pottofflce al Stanford ai tcondclatt matter JIu bUahcIrUaa y n1Slt a 1 PER YEAR CASH Whin cot sopstd 300 will bchsrs d L I I KNOXVillE DIVISION No 24Trtlnsolnj North 114811 Ko2 280a m No23 n S IUlh12I1I1N-o23 it i 1252 p in For ill Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Nol 4leares Stanford at Iuh 5Note irlTeatStnfora 115- No211eresetaolordst 2aep m A 8 PRICE Smrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky o r Ofleaowr McRob rtWe In thrOws1 BuUdlntv RDI1 JONES i DENTISTStanford Ky Office over IIlg ins McKlnneya Ston Telephone No 91 I NEW LIVERY STABLES BUSES k S5HPran JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnout at Reasonable Hates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid firstclass Portots 9meet MONUMENTS OWblto Bronze t is to stone lu the business what the Improved sew the lace csrslsto to the the old stage method coach or It is the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and your ones II Is very beautifulwith a trostod silver ap Please bald your order until can Investigate It J Q McWhorter Agt ORMl ORCHARD KY J+ + JYJcG f Y tTNDEIt1 AXE dttdy EM BAITER And Dcalear In- BABNESSSADDLEBY SO Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers I aLso InULXU IX Plarniture111attiingsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all I kinds of Stork Give them a call Pricea right TANFOm KENTUCKY ca i zas 4 sww oilw M l asw 1411ik rr KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE Sept 15Tho Iiel- Lucky State Fair is now but a week ofT sad with its success taste the per manencjr of a fair In Kentucky similar Oh1dvIllinois Indiana Missouri etc I th o outlook can bo taken as an augury the first annual exhibit will surpass the fondest hopes of the promoters Let tare have been received from nearly all of the public men of Kentucky and many of those who are anxious to become public men aiiuring the associa Lion that they will be here On Sept 22 the first day of the fair and approprl ately dedicated to Kentucky Gov Deckbam Is to attend Preeldentfooec velt Is hoped for and the opening exer cises will be In keeping with the Importance of tho occasion The first day is assured of an Im memo crowd A halfrale tare has been made ua ell the railroads and an admission ticket Is attached to the railroad ticket The attractions at the fat in tho way of live stock exhibits will yield to no State fair In point of excel lento Kentucky will have the pick of all the State faire that precede her dates which are peculiarly fortunate 81Tbofalr wilt lest only six days beginning on Monday Sept 22 and clos tog on Saturday 27th Numerous side attractions have been arranged for to please those who attend Webers Mil- Itary Band of Cincinnati will play concerts every day and evening a thrilling locomotive collision Is on for Monday an automobile race with a big field Is on for Wednesday Thursday Ii JLouisville day Friday will see a spec reenter pigeon race and Saturday Is Everybodys da- yJealous Lovers The grandest thing In the world Is love It is the most beautiful thing too Strangely enough however it Is apt to go band in hand with the ugliest thing which is jealousy The green- eyed monsters favorite victims loversNo sight Is more terrible than the Jealous rage of a lover The man who suspects his sweetheart of flirting with some one else is enduring such pain that ho Is hardly responsible for his ac lions Similarly the girl who sees that her hence Is faithless oxporlenccs a heart 7acbe which la little short of madden leg It Is sad when such suffering Is with out any real cause The man or I who Is a victim of unreasoning Is 10 be pitied Tho Intentliy of their feelings can not be realised by an out siderTrue love Is trustful above all things Sweethearts wbo trust each other are never worried with jealousy nor have they any need to be A true lover nev er flirts He would not be a true lover If be did A girl who really loves her sweetheart can bear to see him walking or talking with another girl without the slightest pang She knows that there Is only one girl In the world for him and that Is herself In hit heart she reigns supreme just as be does In hers Polite and attentive though bo may be to many another maid be reserves ono thing for her alone This one thing Is love IN SEPTEMBER ItBOYI a pulling fodder now turning yellow Apples tailing on the ground Juicy ripe and mellow Possum be a moving soon Can see his eyes shining uOld coon dog standing round Scratching and a whining Rabbits running In the woods Jumping and a playing Farmers ail a feeling good Got through with the haying Nuts a falling in the woods With a mighty clatter Squirrel sitting on a limb With a saucy chatter Blue jay making lot of fuss Chicken hawk a screaming t louse dog lying In the sun Peacefully dreaming Frost a coming In the air Hear the quail a calling Hnpolest time of all the year When the saps a falling BLUE G BARD Low round trip rates to Washington account G A R On account of the Grand Armv reunion at Washington pO the Chesapeake d Ohio will roundvtrlp tickets from Lexington at til 53 and at correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets will bo sold on Oct 3rd 4th 5lh and Oth and will be good to returp until Nov 3 if desir ed Extensive preparations are being made by the government authorities in Washington to decorate and illuminate the capitol In tbo most gorgeous man neroLow rate excursion tickets bo sold from Washington during the reunion to all the battlefields and east ern cities between Norfolk and New York The C O will have two fast trains each way with finest sleeping car coach and dining car service traversing more historic country than any other line For full Information or sleeper reservation see any ticket agent or G W Barney Lexington Ky tJitfitLatwlar iMsww 3 wa a1NreYi MIDDLEBURG IDied recently Mack Russell son of Calvin Rutsell JCLaYloldtoJ W Huff his blur grass farm on Rows Branch Claud Bales and Miss Clark of near Ml Olive were married Wednesday Mist Viola Ferrill has dismissed her school temporarily on account ot sick ness Mesdames W T Durham J M Dur ham J R Sutton and T H Moran are sick but not seriously Miss Emma Foglo Is taking a bUll ness courso in Lexington Prof Edgar Foglo returned to Georgetown Monday Apostlo John Paul Lack Dolk and others left hero Thursday with teams to go to Jolllco anddosomo hauling for Coulter S Wells Mrs Mary Fuller and son Kirby of Orlando Fla and Miss Marglo Sandldge of McKlnney are visiting hero Miss Jessie Bryant of Lexington Is spending a few weeks with her mother- r Mrs Annie Bryant Mo D Royalty will attend the U A R reunion at Washington JO Coulter has about completed his now residence E S Fisher Is making sorghum this week Fred Duaham has accepted a position with the railroad company as yard clerk at Selma Ala And left Monday to take charge ot his office Ho had formerly boon In tho employ of the same system but has been at homo for some time Sam youngest eon of Capt Keenoy loft Monday for Fresno Cal where ho will join his brothers and make his future homo there Resolutions of Respect At a called meeting of tbo board of trustees of Junction City Ky on ac count of the death ot ono of our cc laborers on said board B P Ellis A Tribble G A Dunn and George H Hocker were appointed a committee to draft suitable resolutions 1 Resolved that In the death of our brother B P Ellis we realize that wee have lost one of our must capable mem here and the town and community one of its most honored citizens 2 That we extend to tho wife whole bereft of a kind aDd devoted hut band our sincerest sympathy and corn mend her to Him who alone can sue tale in this dark hour 3 That a copy of the foregoing be copied on the minute books of said board and a copy furnished the widow and printed in the INTERIOR JOURNAL and Danville Advocate Committee A Tribblo G A DUD- nrand Gco H locker HOW HE KNEW Down In Tennessee ono day said Senator Carmack of that State I mot a person whom I knew slightly and who was of convlval habits Ho bad all the symptoms of a Melt over Intact as hecamo down the street bo had so close a resemblance to a man who bad surely been Imbibing the previous night that I stopped and said to him 1II Did you have a good tlmo lest night V I did he chirped with a cheerful grin I bad a magnificent time Its a funny thing though Senator be added confidentially I was out all night and yet I cant remember a single thing that occurred after 0 oclock You cant I said Then how on earth do you know that you had a mag nlficent time 1 Because tie explained I heard the policeman tolllngihe judge about it this morning Costs 1250000 A Year No other government spends as much money in public printing as does the United Stales and when one reads a description of this magelficent printing plan ad the work It Is expected to do tbero Is about nine tenths of the work that looks like squandering money Ono report recently submitted to Congress will bo scattered broadcast by the Con gressmen and over 100 tons of paper will be used in Its printing In printing the Congressional record 100 type setters are kept busy all the tlmo and the publication costs the government 11260000 a year The omen has turn ed out some very rapid work in its day and once Issued a 203 page book in 24 hours It as a report on the blowing up of the Maine the typesetting print leg and llluslrallntr as well as the binding being attended to in a single dayErle Pa Jerald Berlin Is becoming known as the city of twins II The number of twins and triplets born there has steadily tie 1eD since 1825 Out of nearly 2000000 children born within that period twins were born 22441 times triplets 220 and quadruplets three times During the same period In London twins were born 14000 time triplets 75 quadru plots twice The Paris figures Twins 7500 triplets 25 no quadrupletsN Y World 01tOUPI symptoms of a common cold there is chillness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulsehoareo ness and Impeded respiration Give fro quent small does of Ballards Horohound Syrup the child will cry for it and at the first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Ballards Snow Liniment ex ternally to the throat 50c at Pennys Drug Store- Renew your subscription to the I J 4 c 0 OSTRICH LOGIC Wben I cant set danger there Is no danger Thats the the ostrich which slides its head and exposes its body to the hunter There are not few people who seem to have gone to the ostnch to learn logic The most dangerous enemies of humanity arc the cant be seen the disease breeding microbes which infect the It is harder to Ret the microbe out of the blood than to it out but Dr Tierces Golden JCtllcal Discovery does boUt by tying the blood keepingit If there arc eruptions on the skin boils pint pies sores or other signs of impure DOctorIPierce8 Medical Discov will peaty the blood and cure the eruptions which come from it tolrOtotheLondontsnlea NC Rile Rue me nitdl dne helped me for a short time In the winter of I pot worse than I had ever beer MY totulli were enlarged and my neck swoll- eslloutoshspe my throat was son and lcoup doctOTIbutme a little but It did not last lonr lie attends me for twelve months when I liNN of a lad whose condition was mine who wu talnlmedlclne nd idgetting well So I ecured tome of the b taking It la one wrtk twbletodoDlycc ldnrWhC11I began I a few minute it a time I could rett or deep only a little while al a urns t throat was to sore at tlmr I could not even iwallow sweet milk and tonill were full of title cttlor tom leaside was swollen out of ahsp and I could hardly ret m breath The doctor said I would not well but three bottle of Dr INercet Golden Medical DIICIOnT thre bottles of his relict three bottle of Or ttget Catarrh Remedynd the use of salt water dill the work nd cured me Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation and its consequences LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Din Patch went tho Syracuse track in 2OOJ James Woods told to J S Murphy two sugar mule toile for 1110 E P Woods sold to John B Rout two cotton mule colts for JS2 G A Morgan of Hockcastlc sold to- M J Farris three mules for 1250 Forty races aggregating 1100000 will bo contested during tbo meeting ot the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed era Association at Lexington Oct 7th to 17th Tho Lexington Cattle Sale Co com manning with their next sale on Nc vember 14 and 15 will charge 110 per head Instead of 815 as heretofore for entrance tea J F Cook mgr 2t Five Cup races for amateur relnsmen are features offered only by tbe Ken tuoky Trotting Horse Breeders Aaso catlon at Lexington Oat 7th to 17lb The bn amateur drivers of America hvc agreed to contest In these events 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC II H Potter 318 32d St Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with dyspepsia or Indigestion for 21 yrarstrie many doctors without relief recently 1 got a bottle of Ilerblne One bottle our cdnio I am now tapering ofTon the sec find 1 have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too 60c at Penny Drug Store The president has pardoned lour Porto titans charged with stealing property of tbe United States The prop ety was a shirt valued at 41 cents PUBLIC SALE ON SATUKDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1IM I will offer at public outcry farm con tamping 121 45100 aero In Lincoln county on tile Mllledpevllle and Stanford pike about IK mile from MllledRevlllo 8 miles from Stanford and 3 milt from Uoreland an Important shipping point on the O 8 rallr ad Close to church and test oUcei place has plenty of stock water and Improvements aro consisting a two story tro house 2 buns buggy house crib ben house Ice house smoke house Ac Also will offer at same limo and place all my farming tools stock etc consisting of I cultivator t D 8 plom Ueerlngbluder t Champion mower Thomas rake steel roller corn planter Superior wheat drill bugybuckboardetc tooth harrow 24 acres corn 2JO bales mixed hay some millet hay and wheat straw 2 cows fresh 2 weanling calves mare bred to jack pair mules 0 sorts hempIn shock On teat estate onethird cast in hand balance 12 or 3 years to suit pur chaser notes bearing 0 per cent Interest with lion on land On personal property nil sums under 810 cash over that amount 3 months credit negotiable and payable In Lincoln County National Rank bearing 0 per cent Interest from date of sale Sao wilt begin promptly at 10 oclock Land will be offered Ort W A P8TTU3 In the District Cuurt of tho United States for the district of Kentucky In bank rnptcy In the matter of W F lr J 0 McAllis ter bankrupts On this 13th day of December A D 1002 on the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for dlichargo flied on the lath It II ordered by the court that a hearing be theAIptame on the 14th day of October before said court at Covlngton In said dis trict at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be pUblished tune In tile In Tfnion JnOHXAL a newspaper printed In said district and that known creditors and other persona In Interest may appear at anyheyer grantedWitness A M J Cochran Judge of said court and the seal thereof at Richmond In said district on the 13th day of September A D1002 SEAL Jos 0 FIKKELU Clerk Farm for Solo Wishing to locals In town I offer for sate snail farm of it acres situate J on tht Stanford ant Knob Lick Turnpike on mill from Shelby City The la cuvementsareallnew consisting of a dwelling of lour rooms goat barn corn crib buggy house smoke house etc two cooJ wells and a pond fur nlih abunJint water teaks a clear tine and rive possession at once For further Information call on or address D W Leigh Shelby Ky i Kentucky Great Trots- LEXINGTON STAKES October nth to17th tOOOOO iiGrand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 04 3000 Walnut Hall Cupt35 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Propane Ever Offered Half Fare Rates on all RailroadsIR P STOLL President B W SMANKUN Secretary IIUBHLE KY Sept 13 1002 HIGGINS McKINNEY STANFORD KY Wo tIle undersigned have soon nu Ideal Deering Corn Minder at work on Air McKcounifi0 fnrm to lny anti will my while it was started in corn dead ripo and on very steep ground it did splendid work In fact cooAcould not ask for n machine to do letter work tlinn it does na it does the work ns well na a wheat hinder dose in if wheatfell It knocked oft no more corn than n man would cutting it by hand nail wo take pleasure in recommending it to bo nil you claim for it Signed II L AloKcchnio A P Sloan IrP Weaver T C Ifankin C C Cover Frwl Yokey Lit Sioau Robert Rankin J M Rankina JI SOLD BY Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY f LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors J D Paxten J n0wslejf S II Bbaoks vO Walker Ceo W Carter SIIINora to The Farmers hank k Trust OiMBpanjr and under aaar- ottn KPtnfnt eontlnuously- tor H years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Moping such business relations will prove mutually boaeflclal First National BankStontord ICy Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution was originally established as the Detroit Hank of Stanford In US8 then reorganized M the National Dank of Stanford tn 1505 and agaIn reorganleed ae tile First National Haik of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence 3 It Is better with facilities for transact- ugbosinena promptly and well than ever before In Ita long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Aa M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers Ills services ai uotoinrto the people of Lincoln County IIo will please both In work and 4 price Write to him FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager EJY1E 1 That gocalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That n dollar saved in the premium may cost you a hundred in a loss That onlysolid cash in sight anti experienced management guarantee sure That insurance in the Homo of New York can be relied on Jesse D Wearoni Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Oarrard Boyle and Of ey Counties Kentucky t TT PURSES Q f r I II Officers n s n SHAms lrrtldeDt J It OWBLGY Cashier W M hnloiirAsst 1 t 4 Officers J 8 BOOKER IntI t JJ MonOllEKTS Clir W II WEAKEN nk- prDirectors F Reid Lincoln Co 4S T sterns Lincoln Co J S hacker Lincoln Oo W P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard M U Elmore Stanford trJIL Ilauehman Stanford T I Hill Stanford r Jas Robinson lIubble J H llaugbman Stanford W I Tate Stanford Ill c RUriEY J The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedfGive Him a Call ERDILLEHAY IDANVILLE KY Manufacturer of IB IK ICXAnd Dealer In t Lime Cement o o HustonvillePraprertyPrices for Sale I trill offer at private sale my property l ktiy y and vacant lot This property Is well ar lIndliverybarn tints and nil outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and vacant lot for private mldencn It desired PropertyisU now rented for that purpose If you want Rood paying 1t9portyll1 Call on or editors Ii C vllle Ky gtutoovhlof r i