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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1902 9 A hL NO Ky NEWS NOTES Calico Tbarpe tho oldest city of Ow coiboro la dead Four miner wero killed by a caveIn at Covln lon Vu James Spurllop was killed by train tear Campballevlllo- Three persons wore burned to death at lirackcttsvlllo Texas A railroad U to be built from Madl lonvlllo to Davuon Springs Fire a big picking house 1atChlhuahuaMex Lois 500000 I Involving SlOOOOCO bat been consummated at Macon Oa- Drooklyo schools havo only enough coal for one week and may bo forced to V close Two men woro killed and 41 persons wore Injured In a wreck on the 0 it O 8 W railroad In Ohio Three firemen woro hurt and 25 horse were burned to death In a livery stable Ore In New York Pepper an elephant that could play tbo organ drum and cymbal died at Yarmouth from dropsy Daniel L Waiter a hospital patlentf was killed at Plttsburjr by an Injection of carbolic sold mistaken for oil The Italian Government U consider- Ing tbo expondlturo of 1140000 to ee lablUtt Marconi wlrelcta telegraphy sailors greet Mario Henrietta of Belgium died soddenlv at Spa Sbo had bee III for three years with an affection o the heart The monument to the memory o Gen Slocum was unveiled at Ooltyi burg Friday Seth Low was the ora tor of thoocoatlon t One man Will killed four terlouily r hurt end several slightly Injured In a collision on the Plttsburjj and Woitorn railroad at Wltmore Ia The Jury In ton ease of Will Moieby charged with complicity In the murder of Jesse N Hawkins at Lexlnirtos found a verdict of not guilty Chicago banks are dally shipping from 11600000 to 12000090 to country banks In the Mississippi valley to sup ply the aced of farmers In harvesting the grain crop The Illinois Central will open Hi St Paul lice November S This will RIe- tbe company the only through route from New Orleans to St Paul under one management Mariana Kstep the four yearold daughter of Win B tcp ef Clinch Valley Va choked on a wad of paper which she bad swallowed and died be fore she GOuld be relieved Charles M Meaohamof the napkin villa Kentuckian was awarded first prize of ISO offered by the Cincinnati Fall Festival for the best assay on country editors troubles Freeman Klser of Marshall county Ind eonHncd In Jill for refusing t vend his children to school has issue d a statement saying that be Is not oppo ed to education but regards schools as part of the system of bell It Oetlevlng that she was rapidly near- Ing the grave Mrs Caroline llasoo of McCracken county had her partoe preach her funeral so she could get benefit of It A largo crowd was pro ant and she bad a front seat Filled with an overpowering desire to see his sick motbor again before she died Edward H Williams broke out of jail at HInton W Va and after ccsifully working his way over t mountains to her home and bidding her a pathetic farewell voluntarily surrendered The case of Saint Robertson Jim Howards chief alibi witness who charged with perjury was called again the Franklin circuit court The wit nesses wore on hand but they were ex cured pending the capture of tho de fendant whose location Is not known A civil suit will bo filed against Rob ertsons bondsman at the next term of courtMayor Well of St Louis at Circuit Attorney Folks request has asked tho municipal assembly to appropriate CIS 000 to be used In Investigating eharg of bribery against members of th body Mr Folk states that be does cc expect Implicated members to voto f the appropriations passage but th at they will be given an opportunity to on record Seventyeight Negroes were d and as many more seriously Injured a stampede In the Sblloh Baptist church In Birmingham Ala The were 2000 peoplo In the building at Booker Washington had just finished speaking when ft tight took place Tbo crowd misunderstood tbo word fight for fire and the etampedo followe- Most of those killed wero trampled death Mules were at Mt Sterling Monday L In numbers and trade good A pair of big heavy mare mules sold for Maury Beard bought 20 paying from 8100 to Ili5 Fred Roberts of Now leona 0 bought a car load of suck lings yearlings and twoyearolds Ho paid 110 to 150 for the weanlings 115 to 105 for yearlings and ISO to 1100 for two yearolds Weanlings sold at from ItO to 860 with a few extra ones at liS a J S Dennis tell dead at Bardwoll whllo sawing wood Tbo postolHeo at Orr Springs near Cadiz was robbed of 1200 Tbe now crulcer Des Moines was iiccitifully launched at Quincy Mass Mrs Den Carper of Marshall county Rave her child morphine for calomel and It died In a few hours Tbo barbed wire plant of the big Oliver plant at Plttsbur was destroy ed by fire Loss 160000 prelldentper dealer Cincinnati Is dead Tbo report of the surgeon general of the army gives a death rate for the armv In 1051 of 10 01 a thousand Tbo planing mills and lumber yards of the Reliance Co at Winchester wore butted entailing a loss of 86000 with 11700 Insurance The British Government has decided that the now South African colonies must pay 00000000 toward the cost of tbo South African War The Southern Athletic Club will reload 31100 to ticket holders and Is out over 5000 because of the Interfer ence with the CorbettMcGovern glom contest at Loulsvlllo The commission appointed to ro apportion Oklahoma has announced the total population to be 000000 with one representative for 22000 people and one Senator for every 45000 thetstatisticfyears ago and 2000000000 twenty years ago The blame for tbo loss of lIfo In St LUke Hospital Chicago by tho tire In which 11 persons perished has been finally placed on the olty building department by the aldermanic Investigat lag committee Briefs wero filed In tbo Franklin olr Dell court In the suit of Attorney OeD eral Pratt against Auditor Coulter to recover 3000 salary for the period during which the ofllee of attorney Ion oral was held by Jpdgo Brecklnrldgo The conference of railway ofllolals St Louts to further the colonization of the southwest decided to give home soaker excursions from Oct 31 to April 90 at a rata of ono fare plus t for the round trip The object Is to sc eure occupants for all vacant land on the railroads In tho Southwest IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs J n Nooo Is dead In Mercer Over 290 students aro enrolled at Centre College Danville Mitchell Norton out and probably fatally wounded John a Graves In Uookoaitle Samuel Decker a Pulaskt county hloJohn D White has boat appointed postmaster at Kstlll Madison county visa o II Tburley Jr resigned Ike Lanier of Danville shot at a burglar who was helping himself to hI goods and chattels but unfortunately failed to hit him marevlllo battlefield has been completed It will be unveiled Oct when Judge M C Saulloy will deliver the dedlcatar address drugheLlllard Waro Drug Co The new ca pany consists of Maj K W Llllatd- editor of the News and Lt Aced WareNews Markoof her nephew Charles Our ditto and while there was taken end daYI1Ino88Tho court of appeals affirmed a judg meat of the Pulaski circuit court In tho case of G W Walt and R G Hall against the Commonwealth The np pellants wore each fined 11000 In tb court below for engaging In a conspire cy to defraud the Somerset Baoklt atCo G1tarwas The dlrectore are IIenelogorgnaghy and A Miller The oltlccre aro laA Fairchild president H H Honnln gar vice president and Charles McCon naghv T111dDEAD C W Landl Porter for the OrIent tal Hotel Chanuto Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed DallardeSaotow e dead I tried to get some more but before I had deposed of lily bottle Iw cured entirely I am tollln do tail 0too 26 GOo and n at Pennys Drug Store Women In various parts of the country with headquarters In Washington aro raising money to erect a monument to Gen Spinner the first man to admit women In the Treasury Department at Washington I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Dan Holman sold to Mark Handle 10 calves at IHi Josh Wilson sold two mule colts at Lancaster at 85 Two sows and 10 pigs for sale J W Adam Stanford Sixty stock bogs for sao O L Car ter Turnersvllle Pair aged mules for sale C H Sic Clcton Crab Orchard ft Dan Holman bought for G W Evans 20 extra good heifers at 4c Six 50 pound sboats for silo Arnold Hurburgg near Jumbo Ky It Tnreo young Cotswool bucks for sale John DIscb Ottenholm Ky 2t FOR SALa8 760 to 100pound cattle McGuIre Hubble 5t S Delmal paid 811600 for Afrlcar der a twoyearold racer at Grave sendI Hamilton sold to E P Woods ear eacows and calves and one yearling at 265 W S McGuire sold to D B Tudor 25 stock owes at 276 and to C O Cover 26 at same Strayed or stolen from my place at Hedgevllle a black marc 12 years old cut on right hip J 0 Clovd Mike Kennedy sold to Jako Robin son at Lancaster yesterday a mulo colt for 1M and Mr Robinson refused 1 36 for him a few moments later At O A Pevtons sale Saturday hogs brought 031 horses 110 to 1100 cows f2li to liD and fat oowi 3c House hold and kitchen furnlturo went low J O Hays sold to H C Bottom 32 OOpound cattlo at 126 Mr Bottom bought of W H Johnson 30 ibort yearlings at 4c and som 1000poundcrs of John Icon at 4io G W Lvno sold tbo old John L Cassell farm near South Elkborn in Jessamine county belonging to John Yochum and containing 210 sores to S E Grow of Bloomlcgton Ill at 1112 60 Gambetta Wllkes has over 100 trot recordnI t 210 trotter at Providence In tbo black mare Alice Carr 200 winner of the first heat In the Roger Williams stake 1of 10000 Advocate LANCASTER COLIIT There were several hundred cattle on the Lanes ter market yesterday and moat of them sold Extra good yearlings brought close to 6e but 4 to 4ic wero tbo ruling prices Heifer were slow at 3 to 31c and butcher stuff at 21 to 3Jc Horses were dull but lots of mules changed hands at 120 to 00 for colts and too to IUD for aged ones The Thompsons Of Harrodsburg standsIn the WaldorfAstoria Is the totes victim of tbo famous Kentucky twins the Thompson brothers Former Con gressman Pbll Thompson and hI Wetstelya copy of a novel from Mr Johnson acd paid him in advance Shortly after Mr Johnson secured the book whoa Phil Thompson passed by toryCol Phil looked at him In amazement ordersmmoralsTmo neaaway It was Johnsons turn to bo very much astonished In a few roomette Col John Thomp son wont to the news stand and demand cd his book- I leo you were joking when you re agoato d sinegNow look hero said Johnson of course I know you are joking me but toll me the point of the joke Thomp t seems to mo Johnson went over tbo Incident a then Thompson nearly split his aide laughing Oh you have tackled my brother Phil Did you ever see us together Just then Cot Phil carne along and Mr Johnson thought for a moment that be saw double until bo discovered that they wore different kinds of hateTh New Yorker CROUP ofha common g sore throat hot skis quick pulsohoarso ness and impeded respiration Glvo fro quaff small does of Ballard Horehound andsat the first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Ballards Stow Liniment extern all to the throat 60c at Penny Drug Store W L McOARTY Mr Moarty Is one of Lincoln countys most progressive us well as best alit zoos He Is a success at whatever be attempts and ls accumulating wealth as rapidly as any moo In this section of tho State Ho Is a prominent merchant of Klngsylllo and owns tbo Rings Mountain Canning pleat Mr McC Is an active church member and Is fore most In all good causes He has an interesting family consisting of a hand some wife and two children- HUSTONVILLE The matrimonial bee seems to be buzclng hero Full particulars will be given later by a popular Knight of the Grip Invitations to tbo marriage of David Powell formerly of this place but now of Missouri have been received by ref atlvcs hero The majority of farmers In this vlcl nape are shocking tbptr corn after the heavy frost It Is a debated question whether or not It Is expedient A revival at the Baptist church conducted by Bro Durum of Somerset begun Monday evening It is to be hoped they will have a successful meet tag A number of friends and relative attended the burial of Mrs Merritt Drye at Bradfordsvllle Sunday Her death caused universal regret In this community whore sbo was known and lovedD Allen shipped a car load of cat tie to the Cincinnati market last week realizing a talc profit Allen d Frye also shipped a load of sheep and did well with them Weatherford fc Dryo refused SOO for their handsome double team a few days since The Lincoln County Teachers Au elation met at Alcorns Opera House Saturday rendering a very lttereetla program Prof M A Cassldy of Lex ington together with many visiting teachers wero present and officiated much to tbo delight of the audience Addresses were made by Prof O B Fallls Hon M F Forth and Dr J T Bobon all of which wnre good A feature oftbe meeting was an Instru Fallleeis an adopt Our school under the management of Prof and Mrs O B Fallls is progress ing nicely Tbo attendance Is gradually Increasing having 60 pupils at this writing They are earnest workers already their efforts are being maul tested in our community Success Is theirs If patrons will only give them their hearty cooperation It la expo dlent hero to mention the prosperity of pastordage Bro His congre zealousgil was popularrA number of Cincinnati friends bare been with L M Reid acd W G Cowan shooting doves Miss Ora Enoch of Somerset Is visiting hero Miss Edna Baughman Is In Lex logics for a taw days Mr Charley Adams and wife Miss Pearl Rosa and W S Huffman were In Cincinnati last week attending the Fall festival Chas Wheeler Is in the city buying fall goods Emmett McCormack Is visiting JaeeRose Is visiting her daughter at Ponca City O T Prof Davis and wife of Mlddleburg spout Sunday at Mr Har pers Mrs Mary J Huffman who HarryFMiss Sadie Slagg of Stanford is visit lag her aunt Mrs Cbas Bobon Miss hereat many friends hope for her a speedy re covery Mrs Mary Weatherford has been sick but Is now better DEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundantly The entire trouble arises from inanition their food Is not assimilated but detour cd by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and aegis to thrive at once very much to the surprise sad by of the mother 23c at Penny Drug Store Tbo democrats of the 11th district will bold aconvontlon at Corbin next Tuesday to nominate a candidate for Congress Renew your subscription to the I J THE DEERING = Ideal Corn Binder ttti HUBBLE KY Sept 13 1002 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCFKN- Wo tho undersigned after seeing a Vertical Corn Binder nnd nn Ideal Deering nt work take pleasure in Haying that while the Vertical was tried on level ground with the corn in good condition to cut and the Deering was tried iii corn dead ripe and on very steep laud the Deering done a good deal tho best work and dots not knock off as much corn as tho Vertical binder did Wo bought tlio Deering and it gave us perfect satisfaction in fact did the work better than wits represented Signed It L McKECHKTE A P SLOAN SOLD BY I Wiggins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY y i = AIJll 4 ilJl LOOK Prosperous I Orfhe world today judges a man both l butfi faudprosiJsome 0 our lluptodate clothing o IT PAYS TO TRADE AT f11i THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing J1 Your money back U youre not satisfied Kgl o 1 Qio = FOR TEN DA- YSSpecial SaleT- o make room for fan goods we offer our thedollarLinen window shades at lOc Paper window shades nt 8c Calicoes go at 4o per yard upCountorpauos upTablecloths up Pearl buttons 3c dozen Mens top shirts worth 50c and 75c all at 4oc Diensummer underwear at tic Ladies guazo vests at 21c Ladies handkerchiefs at So Shoes amid Clothing at halfprice Remember the place the New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY b Sponfe Soap and Toilet Articles fitI Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hooker STHNFORDI 411tiederA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odorsiarising from perspiration- It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any clothingIAllW B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON f H H HENNINGER o1 OMmty Is a candidate for State Tnll 1unrublest to the lotion of the Democratic porty ROBERT HARDING t of Dsnttlle lt a mlMat l for Circuit Judge iRb to the action of the tXmocratl party 1lect A HARDIN 1CHARLESt of Mertvq Is lar Common vraltht At to meT this the 13th district fretto the action the demoerstle party For Congress I G G GILBERT t Ot Shelby an exhaustive editorial on Inde 1IN In Pollctict IICol Breckl of tho Lexington Herald says cf dlulnjtul bed townsman Judgo N C Sauilay Mike Saufley was prl 1 vats ID the Confederate army and won hta commission aa lieutenant by his own conduct and gallantry When we In command cf the pickets line In of Woodbury not far rom M fgood was a family In whoso bout whoso hands wo often received kindness which we hay 1 1never forgotten Judge Saufley mar Fled one of the daughtersof that house hold Our Confederate readers will recall the profound Impression which he wade In an oration delivered In our cemetery In eulogy of Gen Morgan A He has served as judge of that circus for 10 years His personal and judlcla Integrity is of the very highest His we do not hesitate to say one of thr most pleasant efficient and satisfactory judges before whom we have practiced quick of apprehension far more learn ed than Is usual absolutely unmoved by any consideration except that of right and justice prompt In his decisions pleasant In his mannersIt Is a real i pleasure to practice at his bar There la not a judge In Kentucky who de r serves better the confidence and the of the people of bis distrIct 1admiration Mike Saufley and no one his reelection will retaIn upon the bench one eminently qualified for It Col Brecklnrldge also says that from what he can gather Judge Saufley would get fully seventenths ol the votes in this district in a primary THE Frankfort Journal says that Hon Robert Harding extracted the confession from Judge Saufley that he did not vote for Bryan Mr Handle didnt do any such thing Judge Sauf ley not only voted for the Nebraska statesman In 1800 and 1900 but contributed liberally to the campaign IUFI those years The writer was treasurer of the campaign committee of Lincoln county In 08 and knows that Judge Saufley supported the Bryan ticket with both his vote and means The Frankfort Journal got things mixed We opine the editor intended to say that Mr Harding refused to vote for Mr Goebel which the Boyle county gentleman admits as true A WAVE of Indignation pasted thro Bellalre Ohio over the action of J D Deatenbaugb principal of a schoolwhi compelled elcht white girls and three Negro girls to exchange kisses In settlement of childish differences The T principal was given only a few hours to resign A thick coat of tar and feath ers followed by a trip on a fence rail should be given the pedagogue for the course bo pursued and a similar dose would not be amiss for the authorities who compel white children to go to school with the African THE Lincoln county democracy should be willing to tote fair They have bad both the judge and the Corn monwealths attorney in the 13th judicial district for 12 years and turn about Lj fair play It la Mercers time and the democratic voters of the district are going to say so Harrodeburg Democrat Had your county such tim ber to other as we have you would want the offices of circuit judge and Com monwealths attorney for all time to come We only want them for six more years FIQUTJNQ JOE WHEELER who has y been having a good time In Europe in i specting armies hasnt a very high opinion of the army of France Ho says It Is a year behind the times and baa learned no lesson from recent wars He says there Is an utter lack of modern ness about the army which la in strik leg contrast to Germanys magnificent army Fighting Joe is a pretty good t judge of fighting men HON AnnAii RENICK of Clark coon ty has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for lieutenant government There are few better par ty men than Mr Renick and he has friends all over the State who would rejoice In seeing him nominated and elected He Is one of those fearless democrats that can be depended upon at any and all times Judge James Benton wno was ap pointed by Gov Beckham to fill out the t unexpired term of T J Scott In the t i 25th judicial district has announced his candidacy for the next term TWO republican and one democrat appellate judge held that the court dId not have the power to restrain U e Louisville prize fight by Injunction and two republicans and one democrat bold that they bad This sort of a divisIon Is uncommon The republicans at last would have been more unanlmo had a political question been Involve IN Chicago the banks have enter Into a combine not to allow any e m ployea receiving a salary of less tban 31000 a year to marry It Is asserted that half of the bank presidents in Chi cage married when they ware recolyli salaries of lees than a thousand dollars a year POLITICAL The republicans ot the Sixth dIstrIct nominated Leslie T pplogatool Pee dleton county for Congress- It la said that tear of defeat Iii the cause of Speaker Hendersons wIth drawal His friends thought his personal record would be discussed too muchThat lone democratic State Senator elected in Vermont may rend with some understanding the news that the repub Hcan candidate for governor carried ono county In Arkansas Courle JournalCharles F Murphy was elected leader of Tammany Hall In New York by a vote of 27 to 8 Big Chief Devery was refused a certificate enabling him tc hold a convention to elect delegates to a State convention The democrats are preparing to nom- Inate a candidate for Congress In the llth district Such a course Is wise as It keeps the party In line though there Is as much chance for the election of a democrat in that district as of a repub lican In this Lexington Democrat The following republicans are spa ken of as candidates for governor Judge Burnam of Madison Clifton J Pratt of Hopkins Leslie Combs of Fayette D G Colson of Bell James Jreathltt of Christian Richard Ernst of Kenton and W J Deboe of Crlt tenden There will be a considerable crumble for tho empty honor The democratic primary In the Oth judicial district resulted In the noml latlon of Weed S Chell of Hardin for circuit judge over Judge T R Mc Beath of Grayson the Incumbent J R Layman of Hardin had no opposlI Ion for Commonwealths attorney A- J Thompson was nominated for repres entative In Meade and W W Tabb In Hardin ADDITIONAL LOCALS OIL stoves cheap to close John right Jr L CoItCOLES air tight beaters at Hlgglna t McKlnneya Try oneItGLASSES to fit the eye Latest styles In frames Craig fc Hooker WE havo some millet seed sacks for sale cheap J H Baughman S Co TilE sale of the effects of A J Rice aceasad has been declared off on account of legal reasons THE Ladies Ala Society of the resbyterlau church will meet next FrIday at 3 oclock with Mrs Dr Hugh Reid A CORPS of U S Geological Surveyors are camped on East Main street and will work around Stanford for the next 10 days BRO BARNES Is in Versailles thud week but will bo back in Danville Monday to hold a four days meeting leav ig on Friday for Washington City W POWELL HALE tbo impersona t r will hold too boards at Waltons Opera House on the evening of Oct 2 ewlllba under the ausplceS of the ladles of the Presbyterian church Tim Park City Dally Times says Mrs Reids entertainment was decld- Idly tbe best ever given In Bowling Green Dont fall to see It hero next rlday evening Got a good seat at cRobcrts1 drug store NOTICESealedbide bo re eived for a keeper of the poorhouse and also for jail physician of Lincoln county for the year 1003 Said bids to be filed with the county clerk not later than oclock P M Oct 0 1002 To THE LADIES I have returned from tbo city with a careful selection of millinery which will be opened and ready for your inspection In a few- days Also a nice line of ribbons for neckwear Mrs Garland Singleton A NU tutsoflrleadespent a few hours most delightfully Friday eve- nlnl with Miss Evelyn Eastland at her hospitable homo on West Main Street An Interesting program of contests was carrIed out and at tbe proper hour a lendld lunch was served rUss Lu- cllle Cooper was one of the contest winners while hues Anna Cooke and- Mr A M Warren secured booby prize THERE was speaking galore at Lan- castel yesterday Hon G G Gilbert okefromlto2 when Judge M C ufley who had the courthouse Jave- way to Mr Bell of Harrodsburg and traduced that gentleman In a few been words He spoke only a short while Judge Saufley then made an able effort ot two hours and some say It was the speech of his life He was von rapt attention and was liberally applauded Mr Robert Harding fol lowed in a talk of an hour I STOCK of guns and ammunition at Craig S lockers EDWARD JOHNSON ot Louisville bu opened an upholstering establlshm near Mr J S Hundleys and asks a shrro ot your patronage ALL having claims agalnlt tho eitato ot W T Stephenson deceased will present thorn to the under signed properly verified at once R C Warren master commissioner 3t TilE following gentlemen have been elected to serve as election olllcera at the November election Stanford No lGeorjlo D Hopper democrat Sidney Dunbar republican judges James I Wllnjnt democra nerilT H J Luce republican clerk Stanford No 2J H McAlister D G Vauoy R judges J B Foster D sheriff J L Tottco R clork Stanford No 3C V Gentry D Jonn EIII R judges Jack Terry R sheriff James Pettus D clerk Stanford No 4W H Dudderar D Thomas Price R judges Tbos For rill R sheriff Geo S Carpenter D clerkCrab Orchard No 1J C Hays Il James Hutchins R judges L K Well D sheriff John W Cummins clerkCrab Orchard No 2Sm Chandler D JT Chadwick IL judge Adam Petrey R sheriff Levi Elder D clerkHustonvlllo No lP C Sandldgt D John B Myers R judges D H Skinner D sheriff W R Wllllami R clerk HuKtonvIlle No2D C Allen D Sam Bsitln R judges John A Blain R sheriff E J D clerk Huatonvlllc No 3 Samuel Helm D George W Curtis R judges B D Carter D sheriff Moses COITey R clerk Waynesburg No lS H Gooch a Bright Forrlll R judges Joseph Phelps R sheriff W F Caindcm D clerk Waynesburg No 2W O Alford D J A Singleton R judges John McKee Jr D sheriff T Johnson It clerk Wavnecburg No 3D R Adam D J S Young R judges A A Bat tlD R sheriff John G Baugh D Jerk The commissioners composed of M S Baughman chairman B B King and T J Hill secretary will meet as follows to examine the officers appointed Stanford Oct 4 Crab Orchard Oct 11 Klngsvllle Oct IS Hustoc vllle Oct 25 MATRIMONIAL Arthur E Bailey city editor of the JewsDemocrat and Miss Emma Haag were married at Paducab John Holtzclaw ticket agent for the L N O T P at Burgln and Mlu latle Kunkle of Richmond wore mar ledW L Musten of Marion sod Mr teary M Porter of Perryvllle were married at the home of tbo bride by- tbe Rev W W Penn The sudden death of the prospective room prevented the marriage ot tIn Blanch Holman of Lawrenoeburg to rank Tevls of Richmond Rev J M Anderson formerly of Crab Orchard but now living at Guth rle O T will be married Oct 1 to Mill Ethyl B Loos of that city Two Auguitlnlan priests have been rdered to the Philippines as pioneers In tbe movement of American priests to succeed the Spanish friars in the lands 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC RII Foster 318 8 2d St Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with yspcpsla or Indigestion for 21 yoar trled many doctors without relief recently got a bottle of UerbJne Ono bottle cured me I am now tapering off on the second I have recommended it to my friends it U curing them too SOc at ennys Drug Store Robbers held up a policeman at ranklln cracked a safe and escaped after an exchange of shots with the acarsCornelius Weddle a soldier enlisted from Pulaski county was stabbed to- deatb during a fight near Ft Mott N- One J man was killed and three semi isly wounded In a fight In Brcatbllt county Prof S J Pulllams handsome home at Georgetown burned C B Halne was found dead In bed near Jamestown Tbo Louisville base ball olub won the pennant 2788 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD ID the Slate of Kentucky at the close of business Sept 1Mb 1902 RESOURCES Lo2nlnd dlsccnlSMM12OjII II rerdrafli iecureJ and unsecured 4II1- US Dondi to occur Circulation ill 000 w- JMS00PremIum on U S flood cake securities elcM II6M W inVlnghouie furniture and futures SOOI Olher real tithe led mortgages owned 61 00 Du from National DlDk not Re alive enn 40n Due from approved reserve agent 908 9114 iternal Revenue stain 07 41 leeks and other cash Item 840 91 Nolel of other Nat Banks 1710 W rational paper currency nickels and cents 101188 10111 W gbeteendsn 117 M 1I5M demption with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation J3SO 00 Total 213813 LIADIU1IES Caphalllock f 00 Surplu 010 85 Uodlylded profits less eipcoics and ftO 82taxes jiiui iintlonal Bank Notes outstanding sloa 00 Due to other national lucks 003 5J Oue to state banks and bankers 2871 M lividual depotits subect to check 119 98 CertUle cb IK IIW payable Ircludlng ccrtlncatc of deposit for money Iwrrowed 7190 00 LIblllll other than those above stated Tolat J2IJ8U 84 IICounlIJno J loberta of t named olemal wear that the above stat- eantistruetolhebetofmY knowledge and belief t0UER1Yf Cashier daySptiSberorrectAttesny r lliRau J II Directors CdLLltK taVVaVeAlceV vyVAftV i a S oV- ff yi I Ji e iistiiS It l A l f eey V JI S 0a 1 ee S-T v 1 i ii 1THE GRAND LEADERS ilf i Fall Announcement 1e o e 1Ve have on sale tho newest of every kind of Dress Goods Ginglmins Percales Flannols Dutiuga Linings Clothing Shoes Milllinory Etons nnd Boys huts Umbrellas Etc Our prices are tho lowest our styles and- o quality the best Come in and wo will suvo you money on that fall bill J lli v Dreesegowls from lOc up to 82 yard i CorsotB from 25o up 82 atop t r back if we fail to please GingliuiiiB from Ic to ICc ynttl fis Outings from fio to 20c yard e Flannels from lOb to 50o n jnnl iII Linings from Go to 860 ynnl frlions Shoes front SlOO to SftOO t Ladies Shoos from uSe to 8450 weWIiIChfrlrous Shoot from 20o up to 8200 Give us a calie from 82 to 81C O0purchase a t Cottons from 4Jc to 8Jc S jt r i S Hnya B Levy IIr Lev MnnnperTM GRAND LEADER ysrY iOSSS u JtBtMIlT OF ro 14 liSILincoln Wy OK HTANFUUD KY At the dace f UMtotMKtpi IMh INS IlKjOUItUBS RtIIIt1tII I Ovcnlroltt M fe4 awl eeeured etla U So IKMli M wcw ctmUlkm sniM Stack u lle el SIO- OHwkteg hose tontort aid later 8 0an go DiM NittetMl UMk Mi KwrT At 7ll- DM 8 nt Stale flacks led naaken s Des free a1m rt acteiia lim lebrninva tHllthII 111 Check 14 Mkrr oath Item NNNfi I Ytlaal flacks e Fnetleal paper fwnNMf 4ekle sad 8s Mnawful 31y Kerv HMk via drabv4 7las es- nedwO tat U S Tear pe- reel de eltIss 9868 W TeIIU tiUT 6UI II Oock U J MW 14IsIMImnttrt M DCtNher9MMesl Nulwtl k KMM MtMaiUlaf IIiiIpeak 6 tttt is stale Hank lad Itukem 875- 141844Malablestso task 178801 Noyes led cut MM- TMI 15i5I1i1- 3TATS Of KENTUCKY Owatyf UneeJa 1II Jsbn It Dusky bier ef tank IKitromlr iw ar that tkakeaaitwaeuI- s true M the tc tray MittJSaUerthfl ana aw ra i Wtm Mt tbb jyh da Wept IfX J J MtllOBKllTJ N U COaaeCTAttest J B TAITIUI K 0HAIIKS W U 1Ysaaaw blncton THE Joseph Price Infirmary t open all the year for the treatment of urctcal and chronic diseases and for con ultdtlon Hoard and nursing shall be cab- In advance weekly and monthly Profe lonal bill lao when services are rtnilerei aDd must be paid promp- tlyPUBLIC SALE Having detormlntil to to California at ray tout In the town of Crab Orchard on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER MTU Selt the following described property Two good steer calve S ymrllng milt pow tucking calf three yearold eteor Ixyoarold good work mare t surreys t sets of boggy harness 9M of corn- I N bushels of oat a lot of straw a lot of sorghum moln es a No I cooking dove carpetlothall of a stalk Hold of TI acre In 1lS saddle pair of scales iprlnij wagon bed room sets parlor set a lot of lamps I ilde oird dining room table a lot of dlhci locks I gold watch portlcrrct shades and other things too numerous to mention Terms are cash Salo begins promptly at It clock Ladle are especially Auy person desiring to rent the farm can call 01 1m M E Iiih or J I Chandler Crab Or chard ICy MI13 M E Peel Crab Orchard Kr J P CHANDLER Auct VI will also rent the same day the tarn known as the T O Humber farm 2CI acme brick house with 8 wow two miles from Crab Orchard on Otten helm pike For Salo or Rent Property known as The Russell Springs onsUtlng of acres Si In woodland and U indur cultivation Improvement n IB oom hotel one cottage of 3 and another of 8 rooms furnished throughout and In good repaIr Near the hotel U a of cha fboato water which has been analyzed ands known to have Ono medicinal properties she summer patronage Is good and the tranllent the year A line panlng for an enterprising hotel man For irther Information and terms addroi or call on Vaughan k Graham Russell Spring entucky rrajIor8DzA1Ins Rice hisku Brandy Wines Bdcr Cigars Etc KYCiaPrompt sad attention Nothing but the best drink Man phone cr telegraph order receive prompt mention dSilvorwnro what wo Imvo 1I I friends sugostions now SolootlOn in Jowolry to of tand Cut Glass AVatchos and Clocks Etc I 1 W H MUELLERI We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on rccoiin wltho out insisting Tho public at largo is not ono half as particular as wo are in tTlis mntter of puro drugs or in to tho neour8to fill buyingsoilingguess We make sure that everything is t t right in every particular to us Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky 1 t c Cd4cCCuntil you hAw mailo mi examination of our stock of fUl1ZlUU I avfd11 LacCC1 Wall price11oIV SCSi IVUAroIhors ffiurniluro Co CARSON PENCE DEALEIIS IY i i Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck- boardsi Harness Full null complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes i 0 Dr R Goldstein will bo at tho VERANDA MOTEL h Wednesday Tfiursflau Oct IB 16 OFFICE HOURS 9 A M TO 4 P M Continuously for the past25 years Dr Goldstein the well known physician anti practical optician of Louisville Kyhia visited Stanford Ills reputation Is cst thoBlate t I sl r r r dZl Pr ft tcy DANVILLE KT i t at OiJOtiiflTh- ursday Friday Saturday t September 25 26 27 1902 The Hat Event of Central Kentucky Wo arc solo agents for Phipps AtchisonH worldronoNvneil Walking lints and show a largo t line at all prices front 350 to 1S AVo will also have n line of Gage Bros and Bondela Hats as well an other noted makes Drossy Trimmed Hats from 3 to 20r hope to openingt t ReadytoWearThis new and attract lye merchandise Over 200 new tailored suits at every price from 510 to 35 Ivory one is man tailored and correct style More than 150 sop arate skirts both long told walking lengths from H to 20 All the best of tho new shapes will bo found hero at about tho price tho materials will cost yon Ladies and childrens Cloaks in all tho prevailing modes Monte Curios 10inch t Coats 27inch Coats Blouses c Stylos to suit all tast- esFine Furs Wo are now showing tho most varied lino of medium and fine furs wo have ever handled Moro than 300 pieces to select from Prices from 1 to AGO We advise early purchases of furs fur two reasons viz the prices are rapidly advancing I and iirwt lots are always the choicest skins r Waistings Seventyfive pieces entirely now patterns of silk and wool waistings at 75c Another lino of wool waistings at 50c Corduroys and Metallic Velveteens at Tic Forty styles Mercerized J corded waistings at 25e Send for samples if you cant como to see these t Dress Goods Elegant lines of black goods comprising all tho popular rough and smooth weaves In colors wo have the Zebcllinos t Coronation Mixtures j Tweeds Venetians Cloths c Our S1 Vene pricetr t f v p p DANVILLE KY t 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky SKIT 23 1002 In filling your proscriptions wo proportlon8not do better If yon paid us double tbo price which li always reasonable Pen nye Druz Store PERSONALS Loulevlllo1llltiDg Mns W T MBIMMKB of Llviniritor wee the truest of Mr 0 J Nawlaod J N PARSONS fluent at Lily was hero Sunday with friends and relative MR AND MRS PRBD OOOOH of Wnynesburtr were callers at thldIUco Friday WlNFRBO B POimiAN li visiting his aunt Mrs S P Staeg In Faydtte MARY J MILLER went to Lex ington yesterday to be with Mm W P Walton Miss FLORENCE CRUTCIIPIBLD has been vliUictf Misses flee and Anna Spoonaroore MR D B EDMISTON of Loulivlllc spent Saturday with old friends at Crab Orchard MR WMGRAHAM of Louisville spent Sunday with his pretty sweetheart near here MISSES ELLEN DALLOU and Pearl Burnildo went to Cincinnati Friday to sneod a tow days MR II L WALLACE and wife of Paint Lick spent several days with Mrs Adella Woode- A11teDAMEs ELLIS UARKLBROAD and Molllo Tlnsley of London pasted thro to Louisville Saturday MK R H UiVBKS formerly of this county has been appointed union baggage agent at Mobile Ala W Q PERKINS formerly of Cmb Orchard orders his paper changed from Bcattyvlllo to Goodleltivlllo Tenn- SIIELTONM SACPLBV of Lexlne ton and Miss Jean Warren of Dat vllle were hero a short whllo Sunday Mil CHARLES GANOLOPF and daughter Miss Alma of Krlger took advan taRo of the low rate to Cincinnati Sun day MRS L J FAULKNBR of Corbin came down Saturday to visit her soc Mr A G Faulkner of the Highland section Mns W A TRlftULEand ton Jas lokett Trlbbje went to Mason county Friday to spend some time with her parents MBSOAMBS B P WOODS and Clifton Fowler and Miss Sallie Taylor Woods are In Cincinnati attending the Fall Festival GEORGE BRO fAUO1t of Oklahoma spent several days with his parent Mr and Mr R H Bronaugh at Crab OrchardMR II SEVERANCS Is here from Wllmoro bidding his relatives good bye preparatory to going on a cattle ranch in Texas MRS JAMBS SBWBLL who has been with her parents Mr and Mrs E T Pence left Friday for her homo at In dependence Mo 00N G A LACKEY accompanied Mrs G T Lackey to St Louis Friday and be will spend several weeks with his children there Mn J F HOLDAM wife daughter Miss lie Eloldam and Miss Catherine Brooaugb of Crab Orchard wont to Cincinnati Sunday Mitt JOHN A HALDBMAN and chil dren who have spent the Summer with her mother Mr Jane Buchanan at Crab Orchard relumed to LouUvlllo SaturdayW WOOD who has had a se yore tussle with typhoid fever at Dan vllle is convalescing ills legion of friends hero wero very uneasy about Mm for a while FRANK VAUUHAN of Ashland Va who Is now connected with tho Lexing ton Democrat spent several days with his relatives hero lIe is rapidly becoming a good newspaper man Miss RACHEL ALLISON Is at home again after various little visits to neigh boring towns Miss Allison expects to spend the winter In California and will be Joined for the trip by several Chicago friends Lexington Democrat MRS W L MCCARTY came over from KIngsvlllo Saturday to bring Mrs Will C Doyle of Pinevlllc to the train Mrs Davis Is a sister of Messrs W L nod J M McCarty and Is an ex ceedingly Intelligent and handsome lady DR LEWIS J JONES camo In Tues day from Mt Vernon whero he has been visiting since graduating from the Louisville Medical College Ho la undecided as to where ho will locate to practice his profession Mlddleaboro News TilE Mlddlesboro News prints a ProfMlie schools of that city The schools of Mlddlesboro opened with 460 students and the gecial professor will have his hands full In looking after them REV J W HAQIN leaves today to attend the State convention at Glas gow Howlll go from thero to Hop klnavlllo to visit relatives and then to Dawson Springs to bold a meeting He will be gone protractedI month Mrs Hagln will time with her parents In the country 1- MRS J B PAXTON continues very Ill Miss NELL DILLION of Lancaster was the guest of Mies Halllo Nevlus Miss ANNE SHANKS Is attending the State convention of Christian churches at Glasgow UEOIIOB B ELLIS Is back from a weeks stay at the Beazley Hotel Crab Orchard much Improved In health MR W G PROCTOR and Dr D F Proctor and family of Rcckcostle passed through to Louisville Sunday Miss NETTIE WALLBR has returned to Louisville after spending several weeks with her grandfather Mr Wesley Eubanks and other relatives LOCALS HBATINO stoves at Farrls S Cos TllELN sold tickets to Cln cinnati Sunday Coorc and heating etovea grates ce John Bright Jrt Co I WILL pay 20o per dozen for eggs F M Ware McKlnney NICE parlor organ for sale cheap F J Jones Crab Orchard WINTER lap robes lnCnn and sec them L C McClary TRUSSES All kinds nod sizes Low est prices Craig k Rocker Tim wife of Old Wade colored died Saturday after a long Illness WE are paying 18o dozen In trade for eggs John Bright Jr k Co RAIN Is badly end the clouds look like we are soon to have asprlnkle YOUR attention Is called to the Tray lor Rico advertisement which ap pears elsewhere OLD fashioned secretary sideboard sugar chests etc for sale Edward Johnson Stanford 4t TUB Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs J 0 Hays this afternoon at 3 oclock FINBSRlchard Skinner was fined 15 for gambling Wm Smith for train riding 15 and Wm Dole for fight log S3 All colored MR G T LAC of Louis representing Greegs Celebrated Coffee has made Illgglns k McKInney their agents here Try It SATURDAY Sept 27 Is the last dsy for filing claims against Lincoln county for tho October term of fiscal court Geo B Cooper cleric TueRE are a dozen more patients at tho Keeley Institute Crab Orchard at present while a good many guests who went to the springs for the summer yet remain there WE have decided to make a cheap grade of work along with our high clan work If you want a cheap picture now you dont need to stand out IP the sun to get It but como to the galls ry and get It right M Sacray Tim young gentlemen of Stanford have decided to give the Dudlne Drill at the Dolsarte entertainment next Friday evening to get even with tho young ladles who will give toe It will be very exciting and no ono can afford to miss it DRYE The wife or Maj L M Drye who wee a sister of Mrs John Dlnwld die of Hustonyllle died Saturday at Bradfordsvlllo She was a most estimable cbrlstlan woman and her death occasions sincere regret wherever she was known Besides the husband several children survive TilE directors and officers of the Crab Orchard Bank bad a meeting Friday afternoon when it was decided build 0 a brick banking house opposite- W E Perkins store on a lot purchas ed of Curtis Cover Work will begin on It at onco with the hope that It will bo ready for occupancy when the bank begins business Jan 1 MR SIM DIIDDLasksus to say that Messrs Hicks and Foutz of Blue field W Va and S P Gray and him self are sinking the well near Crab Or chard Vo wero Informed that several companies had gone In to mako a test well of It Strong sulphur water was struck at 67 feet Mr Middleton has great hopes of finding oil SAME OLD STORY Good show but small house The Farmer Hopkins Co gavo a clean uptodate entertainment at Walton opera House last night to an enthusiastic but limited audience All of the company did well but the work of Howard Happer who took the role of Farmer Hopkins was especial ly fine They show at Junction City tonight where wo hopo a largo house will greet them CASH Mr William A Cash died at his home near Maywood Saturday after a short Illness and was burled In Buffa lo cemetery Sunday after services at tho grave by Rev J W Haeln He was an excellent citizen devout mem ber of the Baptist church and a kind friend and Mr Cash would have been 70 years old next month A wile and several grown children sur vivo the fine old gentleman and many friends sorrow with them In their great lose- Mcctl Interest Is being manifested In the Delsarto entertainment to be given by Mrs Relda class of 16 of our most graceful young ladles at Walton a Op era House next Friday evening The Dude Drill promises to bo the catchiest thing ever given In Stanford Tho children will give you a lesson In the art of usefulness Excellent recitations tab leaux pantomimes vocal and Instru mental music will be given also Tbo Frankfort Dally Call says Mrs Relda entertainment la new and novel her drills tho most beautiful we have ever seen Hew Suits and Overcoats Buy your doming early and get the best seleciloii 1t merchandise ulllnjl Shelly J Cummins a McCiary I r 1aReady for Hocker Bootee Shoes 350 Radcliff for ladles 250 Ultra for ladles 350 These goods well known the and public that only have say they are here H J McRoberts QI it It PtiJtYJ t4 fo011 f tt M IiB For 60 Days 1Vohave been receiving each lay Dry Goods Notions Un m derwear Snoes Blankets etc etc and we believo itj isfjjNuff Said considering our long experience in ilbuyingand our best efforts always you your moneys worth say our stock surpasses we have cvee offered thetrade and our prices are right Come early while the weather is pretty and let show you ijusSeverance Sons New Store li e e tfX XeiaX ee I e I i ti ee ei e e o 0 e 9 0 JOHN BRIGHT JR GO Dealers Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Gloss and l tieenjware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement s i i i i N S 0 i g IIII e e e Y STORE FOR SALE Raving deckleJ to engage In other business otter fur ateour stock of general anj futures located In the L N derol at this place R R Co furnish the free of rAluswork This Is one of the test stands In the country exrenseWthe business stock ol goofs Is all new anJ clean ant will Invoice atout lijoo For further formation call on or address ENGLEMAN LEIGH Inj Phone j9t sly I 1 You 5 Manss to 5 are so to reading wearing I to it tIfI taetihI to to in 01S store The The NICE FARM FOR SALE I deslro to tell farm of acres Just outside of the town lmits It U one of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and In twostorydwelllingBryce lar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc ing is kept up by others Very little tenc ing to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state ot cultivation with most of It In grass flood roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the place J 8 Hundley Stat fordC iTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL InUred n the pottoffice at Stanford at ttondclau matt- erJrxbllahdTuudayrand IidvaA- T 81 PER YEAR CASH WileD not lopaldS200111 t eharg4 H f0 KHOXVILLE DIVISION 024 Train going NortbM It4 a m 028 I 230am 023 II Soah123amN-o23II 1252 pm For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Ho 4 IMTCT Sttnfora at rssiam tsarsIveaaiStantord 116 a m o 21 lure btinfonl it 230pm A S PRICE Surgeon j Dentist Stanford Ky OSeovr UcRoberta Drag Stor In thsOwiler Ii iI ReA UuUdlDf JONES DENTIST Stanford KJi1 over Higgins McKInneya J IOIDcl Telephone No 91 u StorI H CIVEWLAND u SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucku Offer his services to the of Lincoln and adjoining counties NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BURKS iSJHPrsrs JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attentlonto Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every ting first class Porters meet all trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY- LIVEaVI FEED AND SALE STABLE Hones mad Mules constantly on hand and tor sale at alt time W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoixxeor toj the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him J+ + YJC 1 Y UNDERTAKER E3IBAOIER And DcalearIn I 2ASNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley F CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DlltKBS IK FnrnItnreMatUnjjsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY r w Letter to Assessor Reynolds I am directed by the State Board of Equalization to write you requesting a better atteannent of your county this year than bas heretofore been made- I dcalro to state in the first place that this board has no doubt it is your pur pose as well as that of the other asses sors of the State to do your full duty in the matters relating to vour olllco If this is to be conceded there can be no explanation or excuse for such assess ments as are turned In from many coun ties of the State We request that you and your depu ties thoroughly familiarize yourselves with the provisions of the now revenue law enacted at the session of the Legis lature Article II of this act sot fort with great exactness the Important duo ties enjoined upon your oQlce I beg to call your attention to paragraph II of this article and particularly to this see tence I do swear that I will administer to every person listing property of any description the oath prescribed bylaw and fix the value of all property to be listed by me at Its fair cash value Your undertaking Is to fix the value of property listed by you and for this purpose a column is provided In the assessment blank with which you are furnished by the State See para graph II of above article Unless these plain requirements of the statute and ot the obligation which you and each of your deputies take are performed In the undertaking the assessment from your county will be subject to modifier lion which this board unfortunately finds It necessary to make In so many of the assessments turned in from the different counties of the State There Is no warrant or law for list Jnp property in Kentucky for less that fair cash value and if you allow taxI payers to list their property at what you know to be grossly Inadequate val ues the result Is a fraud perpetrated not atone on your county and State but upon every honest taxpayer in your county If some are allowed to escape their proper portion of taxation by un der valuation tncn the publlo burdens must fall heavier by so much upon the honest tax payers Unless the total valuation of your county is held up to what It ought to be this board will find it necessary to lay upon your people a horizontal raise which must of necessi tV work a hardship upon those who have given your office affair and honest statementThe for this injustice lies in your bands Complete justice to the people of the State and of your county can be done in your office not else where Lands which are transferred during the year should not be listed higher than similar lands which have not been sold It Is the hope of this board that It may not be necessary to to Increase the assessment sent in from your county and 1 now write to insist that every effort be made to bring yourI assessment up to the fair cash all property in your county Wo also desire to Insist that you furnish us the statistics which the law requires you to collect and without which our report becomes incomplete and misleading Your diligent attention to theta things will not only meet the solemn oblige tion you have undertaken but will coc fer a lasting benefit upon your county and the State Let us have this year the best assessment the State has ever bad Faithfully Yours etc DEN D BINGO Did Blffklns ever tell you about blf love affair Oh ves When he first met the girl be thought she was a peach and she won became the apple of his eye but be learned that she didnt give a fig for him so tt soon became a case of sour grapes It takes 850000000 worth of corsets a year to squeeze the female form divine Into shape In America alone This soems to be a waste of money when there are so many willing masculine irm5 No spry REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONYILLE AT HUSTONVILLE la the State of Kentucky at the close of business Sept 1Mb 190- 2RESOUItCES Loam and diooGuoII6U M Overdraft secured and unsecured 2 392 U S IJonds la secure circulation 12600 00 Stocks securities etc 1111 00 Banking House furniture sod fixtures IfM 00 DUI Iron National flanks not ene Agents 8 7JI 18 Due Iron State Daniel and Hankers 4 U Due from approved reserve agents K 208 81 Internal Revenue Stamps M sa Checks and other cash Items 3INotes id other Nations Uank 3611 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and ISLawfulSpecie sass 00 edemntion fund with US Treasurer 5 per cent of cirCtlblioM 00 TotaL 202580 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50000 00 00Uudbi02NationalDu to other National banklm Ml SI Individual deposits subject to check 110097 TotIM J202JS94J STATE OK KKNTlCKY County of IJncula I J W Hooker ambler of the above named Dank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the beat of my balletJ 19th4rCorrectAltat 5Iirectorsjw LANCASTER Monday was county court day Hemp growers aro about through cutting this leading staple Mr and Mrs Wm Berkle have root cd the Methodist parsonage The drouth keeps the price of butter up to 20 and 25o In this locality There are said to bo one or two cases of scarlet fever in town but of quito a mild form The Junior Christian Eodeavorcrs have changed their time of meeting to 330 on Sundaynfternoon Some of the farmers aro cutting their corn but find It almost Impossible to get the assistance of good reliable Nc gro hands- i There Is a greater demand for busl ness houses than there are for dwell ings and renters are persistent and clamorous The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs J C Robinson next Friday afternoon at 330 oclock W R Cook bought 25 feeding cattle of George D Robinson of Hustnnvlllc at lie John Oaks sold a mule colt to Cbas Bohon at 161 Precinct mass conventions In the railroad commissioners race will bo held In this county next Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Miss Carrie Baker and Dan Preston of the Buckeye section were united in marriage on Thursday evening They will reside In Garrard The hotel question has subsided lot silence and Lancaster will probably g another lapse of years with the unsightly Northeast cornerI The W C T U will hold an open session next Saturday afternoon and will commemorate Childrens Harvest Home or Membership Day Eld Lloyd Darslo has been secured to hold a protracted meeting at the Christian church alter the completion of repairs tome time in October Mrs Mary Fox has rented the dwel log known as the old Watson place from J B Conn and Mr Conn has moved to the residence he recently bought of I C Rucker Mils Alice Ross of Cincinnati has been engaged by the Logan Dry Good Company aa trimmer for their mlllln cry department Miss Sallie THle t will have a city trimmer toasslst Mist Laura Smith Judge Ephrlam Drown while occupy log a chair in a spring wagon and dl reeling the cutting of some corn was thrown out on his face by the horse suddenly starting and was considerably bruised and shocked The Presbyterians have chosen Misses Llztlo Hudson Mary Gill Fannie Doty and Mrs Bettio Land ram aa solicitors with Miss Alice Henderson as general supervisor to Increase the attendance at Sunday School Mr Burke of Upper Garrard is now cutting the largest hemp crop ot the county 250 acres with an average of 1000 poundu to the acre He Is using- a cutting machine devised by Mr San ders which cuts from 6 to 8 acres per day at a cost of only 85 or 80 This is a great improvement over the hand pro tees and Is found to be much cheaper since the appliance ot steam in running the machine Mr Sandereba shown much ingenuity In his labor saving machine and should obtain a patent on his Invention Misses Julia May and Nannie Gaines of Danville wore hero Saturday Mrs W H Wberrltt has been quite for several days Miss Isabella Walker of Louisville Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A K Walker Mrs W R Burton of Louisville Is visliinfT her brother Senator Goo T Farris Mrs Martha Turner leaves Thursday for her home in Nashville Miss Matte May Robinson Is attending school at Richmond Misses Lizzie Brown and Bettle Anderson attended the Chris tlan Endeavor convention at Lexington Friday Miss Lizzie Wherrltt left Monday for her home in New Orleans J Fleece Robinson visited his brother George at Hustonville Sunday Mrs H A Price baa returned from Dan ville Miss Allle Arnold Is visiting in Nlcholosvlllo Miss Mamie Bastln Is on the sick list this week Mesdames Ben Slavln and Nannie Jones ot Dan ville were visitors here Sunday Met dames S D Merrill E W Arnold and Mlsa Rella Arnold are epeudlrg the week in Louisville Little Ben Embry has recovered from his recent severe sickness Miss Salllo Tillett Is visiting In Lexington and Louisville Mr and Mrs Cbenanlt of Richmond are visiting their daughter Mrs J W Elmore Thos Anderson of Rich mond is with his brother W G An derson Charles Burdette Is at home again after a trip to Oklahoma Miss Mary Thompson has returned from a trip to Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Randolph Harris of Turncrsvllle and Ueo Harris of Ptnevllle are guests of E W Harris and wife Mr and Mrs Fred P Friable will attend the CIO cinnati fall festival Miss Allene Hudson of Danville Is visiting tIn Elizabeth Hudson Edward A Cudahyof Omabr agreed upon as general manager of the pack eib combine at a salary of 1100000 a year Is the youngest of four brothers who represent almost If not quite 120 000000 ot business capital He worked as a butcher and learned the business from every standpoint as did his broth ere v There was a cry In the streets People I rushed from their doors and strained their eyes on the struggling balloonist fighting 0 r life pnntinJsick room was forgotten while the tarn fly gazed at this strange tragedy of the air Then they went back to the sick room to tell of the terrible struggle for life they had just witnessed It did not occur to them that under their a more pnthetlc struggle vas goIng on daily pitifnlthInmakes against disease The greatest help in this struggle la gained by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Di cover y It cures obstinate weak and bleeding lungs emaciation and other aliments which if neglected or unskillfully treated find a fatal termination in consumption In 1898 one of my wsat ffrrinff on account a severe tough hectic ferrr wasting laogISpringa 1r Co N t1fOIIpUy gaTe her Dr R V Pierce Golden Medical utacorcry with Rratlfrlni succrst and ahe now enJoy excellent health This Ulna true I hereby heartily endorse your medicine no substitute for Golden Med juaot blood and lungs Dr rirrcei Pleasant Pellets assist tbf ac ion ol the Discovery Whats In a Name The person with perhaps the longest name of any individual big or little In the Western hemisphere la blacking boots on Paducah streets He la the eon of a preacher and some of these days ho may be a preacher himself This youngster with the wealth of title will answer to the name of Arthur or Hugh but if one propos es to give him all that Is due In the matter ot cognomens ono must take a long breath brace oneself and address the young gentleman as Mr Arthur Hugh Thomas DeWItt Taimago Hardin Ireland Marlon Ed ward Llnnle Branch Sam Jones Plgue Reuben Walker Chiles Seventeen In all Afowdayaago the NewsDemocrtt printed a clipping from an Eastern pa per telling of the sensation that waa created at an Atlantis City hotel when a gentleman from South Carolina arrived bringing 13 names with him This led to tho discovery of the tact that there was a Paducah lad who bad the South Carollnnn beaten by four names Young Arthur Hugh Etc Etc ChUM Is the 10yearold son of Rev and Mrs R W Chiles Hla father U the pastor of the Union Rescue Mis alon whlobla doing an humble but noble work among the poor of the olty Often by way of a joke young ChHoi aye to a prospective patron Ill tell you what Ill do mister Ill toll you my name and It you can re piatlt Ill black your shoes free D you fall you pay If the man agrees the boy rattles off the whole 17 as fast as his tongue can form the word Ho has never yet tail ed to get the money Paducah Newt DemocratKentuckys 16000 Futurity With an entry list unparalelled In Its history the Kentucky Futurity demands attention upon alluldes From all over the country comes report of what this that or the other eligible has done In trials And ao already specu lation la rife as to the probablclwinner That it will be tho greatoatFuturIty ever contested la a matter of fact and when weearthla we recall t too that such turf celebrities as Bcuzctta 200t Oakland Baron 2091 Rose Croix 2111 Peter the Great 2071 Boralma 207 Fereno 210 and Peter Stirling 212 hays won it A 816000 purao i will at tract the best tbrccrcarolda of the season and with 40 other races on the program Lexingtons trotting carnival this season will eclipse all others The dates Oct 7th to 17th render It possible for all the grand circuit horses to contest and practically all are entered here CHURCH MATTERS Rev P J Rosa will preach at Me Keodreo church next Sunday at 11 A M and 7 P M The protracted meeting of the Chris tlan church at Cloyds school house Mercer county closed with 25 add tionsIt has been definitely decided to hold the next worlds convention of the In ternational Sundayschool convention in Jerusalem Rev Dr W F Lloyd of Louisville who started the movement against glove contests says Us success Is but the prelude to other victories ovor gross public wickedness Former Queen Lllluokalanl has presented a claim for 820000000 to the Senate Committee of Hawaiian Affairs at Honolulu She wants this amount In payment for the crown lands taken from her at the time of the overthrow ot the monarchyf 7t Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON f 1 STAKES October7th to 17th IOOOOO 20000 5000 11 6000 3000 8000 Hall Cup 35 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Ever Half Fare Rates on all R P STOLL President n W SHANKUN Secretary Fitly acre of good gra t and good aprlng water for rent for balance of Tear three mile from Dtanferd on Murphy farm See Luto t Co or M J sud Ky Farm for Snlo MleaiJfaKaok HMB ta M MMa4 an all asw ewsheag f a dwtlNg four room food loam cast orik Mgr keloDloM etc two sallsM a slb tbwtJiM wM Can teks a dear not utj ghw roMVMMM OIIce fnkn NilumaNoa can sa or tUnu 8 W UUfc StrtJby CIty Ky ERDILLEHAY KY Manufacturer of BRSCKAnd T Lime o o Write For Prleei TNw DuceLt WaskUgbaCAc 14115 Oak uf CMiMnltar ol Vs Wbwas br ufetutunr svMaceN le eM lMtHra4 IIM bees avij to The dI task ol SaIue at tile cy of d Is tMcavaty f Ltoceta asl KSMCMy a corMwMi all WnwUnN Ads1 Csgvs 5 ssabW NtMt ii Hisat Aa CtesaabaN1 awr crpaats stbn aa4lr otks yafniis pMwowJ Jill t1Ia Now JkufMoi f Tkoiaet P KM DeeMy aa4 Acthig COnvtror tM Carecy Ja beesky Iy h Fint fhak W Stator4 lo CaNS N city of ka4ttoN k ow sr L4 cote akl StsMof KtMiKky ta nrlM4 to aav u sakr k tics p tlM sast5d N Ita arOcte ol aHocUMua MaMfjr eaM CIoM ol busu on tlsi ten Ill ln tlaesy tweed wMaM my haM eel Hal t officeM11WMy AvgM isT sGcwy oob Acefcc Coaftfoler ol t LnND FOR SflLE i In erder to peals the Coulterof John HanUi Jr and J C Mr Donna twiTlDgdlrd lat Deeerabcr we will toll 2750 acres of Umber Inad In A J lr coun Ky Thus land contains between 1IW ftp and 6016110 feet of Ioplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and litckory tlaber Thla tract of land li close to the fitnwms oil Heidi Of Wayne and U ejieeedtngly well adapted for agricultural iwifnosM of It In one anuJl Is a bargain for some one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddlebare Ky Or to E M HanlSn I rro Uhnrjj or oar Itonta Faulkner Ky E 1 R Tlmt focnlled cheap insurance is the iloarcst thing on earth That n dollar wvwl in the pro iniiiin maycostteas n hundred in a loss sight mud experiencedIllaungonldnt guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Homo of Now York can bo rolled on Josso D Woaron Stanford Hxclmtvo Agent for Lincoln OarrarJ Doyle ant Oney Count IM Kentucky for Sale will otter at private sale my property situated on the north of Main on cast lido ot Oolleco street In lluitonrlllo Ky consisting or hotel and livery enable and vacant lot Till property well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable having on umo a nice livery barn 63x73 and all outbuilding neceMary for hotel and livery uqd good vacant lot for private resident If dell reI Everlasting water In abundance Iroperty well arranged forPrivate aDd- Is now rented It want good paying in llustonvillo- call on or U 8 Carpenter lluston- vllle Ky PU BLIC SALE lining determined to go West I will nt my term at Preuchcrnvllle on tho Orab Orchard pike on- SATURDAY OOT011EII 11 Sell the following naro d property Thruo goodfuggyOno Jack Jersey milch cows 2 calves corn crush rr1 2borne cultivator 1liorso cultlva tor new turning plow mowing machine hay rake 2hono corn drill disc har row 2torso and barueen buggy and harness good ai new a lot of house hold and kitchen furniture Including one organ good as now Terms made known an darof sale G W lUNa J ly CHANDLER Auct r Grand Concerts Daily Futurity McDowell Transylvania Tennessee Walnut Programme OfferedI Railroads DANVILLE Cement t t TIMBER 1E Hustonville Property PURSES The DISSOLUTIONINoala Ort liMe IU All persons having alibi It wllt present then to the rndretguM Oft la INS iMnMtw HMD Irea J U IDTttw 8M NOTICE iteperLrelan of UnoeJa ratjoty tr Itw ywtr 1i1A Said Urf to be 0lwl with the Omntr Clerk set Liar tYta Ideak p M Utt IM OuotalII Farm for Sale OWrMt Hue IlaBgleg Pork lied sad hs III r tl4ce and one WIkH Is la a dWti seal of eedstyaaioa- sea I wrQ f naed and watered la known as he K T Young tars sad t In Tariwr UooperitkMr4 sgvatfor HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call t To the Coal Consumer I IlavUr boofkt out Illggla A BtiM UIooal 4wsl r we art now prepared to farnUh the p oiil of Stanford sad rtoindlB coantrr wttb Ibe best hands of east at the lowed Market price for Bath farmer we uCbauJeturyear trade and coarantee full wrieht fur year Money order received at IIIOUlle aMeBoone c Euar vatSTANFORD KY BROWN BROW- NAttornoysatLqw Office In Masonic DUjj SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will prnctlce In all the State Court also OourtsOullectinn PUBLIC SALE ON MONDAY SEPTIIMfl CIt M lootfat sp IIOMO one mile from Crab Orchard on publicauettoued with new ro blenc and good outbuild I Ioodtlolace will also el alock crop and Imple manta consisting of a twobone wagon plowluunfChampion corn drill I one hnno drill i dhay rake mowing machine breaking and single plows tools of other kind stock consisting of horses cows and calves M hogs consisting of brood sows and feeders 30 acre of corn In fIeld ryo and oats In the pureapploand kitchen furniture Terms wishIngat any time II Smith Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE ON SATURDAY SEITEMI1EU 1S07 I wll offer at public gutcry my farm con taining III 4SiaO acre in Lincoln county milesfroman Important shipping point on tho O 8 ratlnntd to church and post andlmprovemennaregood J story frurro house 2 barns buggy house iceAlsomy farming boob stook etc of VuerlultbiruJorIroller corn planter Superior wheat drill bugltYbuckboardetc tooth harrow ai acres corn 210 balewmixed hay some millet hay and wheat straw 3 cows frost 3 weanling calves acrehomp InhandChaser notes bearing 0 per cent Interest propertyall InLIncolnper cent Interest from tale of sale Sah1 begin promptly at oclock Land will be offered first W A PETTUS 4