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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALT1 VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 19029 A M NO sQ LANCASTER Mr Jess Doty loft Wednesday nIght for u utsvllle to bo treated by a spe- ClBlllt The Lyceum Company bare arrant od six staudard attractions fortho WIc tar season Tbo protraoted meeting at Fallview five miles East of hero hal olo ed with 35 aoaciiloni to the Christian churob Mr W O Bradley has gone to Lex a ington to Join her daughter Miss Chrli tlne who It under treatment at the St Joseph infirmary blears Ed and Napa Price bought two calves from W S Parjruson uUJc Fox A Lawson bought of Elkin L My t ers 07 hogs BI fUe- I Several of the county tohooli aro lUll closed on account of varlet fever sad other sloknoie and the delay li un l fortunate for both puplli and teachers t Judge J C Ilcrapblll sold a holler to Jim Park at 30 Elkin ft Myers bought of Fred Stone a One heifer at Uo and two heifer of John Pound at Jlc A number of tbe women from the llcrrln schoolhomo auxiliary have been Invited to the open teuton of tbe W 0 T U Saturday and a good attendance In expected The Presbyterian mcmbcrehlp will observe next Sunday morning alunal ly Day and not only all tbo pupils and teachers bat the parent aro cordially Invited and expected to be prudent on this oocoilon A Sunday School rally was held Mac day at the Presbyterian cburib In 1 which Mr James N Denny was present as county president and several other r Interested workers took an active part In tbo orgaoliatloa Tbe olty marshal S D Uotbwell Is said to be rcoovJJIf from bll fan at the recent the wiltoon be able to resume bis olUclal duties In tbe meantime Matt Slier Is acting as mar sbal and J Mort Kothwoll as tax 1I0t lector Tbe geological survorpTSAjinvo joit completed their work Id Lower Oar rard and now the people of tbe Urj anUvllle SMtlon are eagerly awaltln the arrival of the railroad corp of en Cinters locating the lice of the Louis vlllo Southern The member of the Women Chris llao Temperance Union have sent the t picture of their late beloved president Mrs Margaret Gill to Cincinnati to have an enlarged copy made and will haoff U In tbelr ball along wtlhjitbat of Mill Franco Willard The young peoples missionary soolo ty of tbe Presbyterian church wilt sire a silver tea on the evening of Oct 3rd from 7JO to 10 ooiook lees will bo served free of charge but a voluc tary offering ofa silver COlD Is expected for the benefit of missions Toe drilling for water continues and a depth of over 700 tees bu now been reached Another accident In the way s of breaking a drill has occurred mad a workman wo again compelled to go to Cincinnati to repair the damage The boring Ir still through solid limestone with no appearance of other forma tion The R Wo on monument Just erected In the Lancaster Cemetery II one of the handsomest In this section of Ken lucky It is of tine grain light Uarro granite richly decorated with carving executed In the best style The col umn aro highly polished surmounted by a statue of IIopo larger than life ilae finished In tho most effective work of the true artist It It the largest and most massive family memorial In Lan casters beautiful city of tbo dead Tho design and execution were the work of Adams 1 Son of Lexington the same firm that erected the Confederate mon ument at Ilarrodsburg last week Tbe speaking occurred too late Mon day afternoon to bo reported for TUCB days Issue but one of tho largest crowds that has boon hero for a year was prevent to hear Congressman Oil bert Judge Saulloy Hone Robt Hard log and Con W Doll Judge Saulloy delivered an eloquent address of two hour In which he scored the action of tbo committee and expressed a wish that the selection of nominees bo loft to a palmary Tho judges friends con elder hit speech the flnestho has made during tbo campaign and wore out en ma se to rally to his support Doth Judge Saulley and Mr Harding have made appointment to speak through out the county the judge to speak Frl day afternoon at Paint Lick and Satur day afternoon at Dryantsvlllo Mr Lcandcr Davidson le at homo from a visit to her daughter at Rich mood Miss Wagner of Columbus O II tho guest of the Misses GUI fMieses Scott and Hugbos or Nicholas vlllo are guests of Miss LIzzIo Hudson Mrs Gaines and son of Lexington aro visiting relatives hero Misses Martha and Helen Gill left Tuesday night for school at Glendale Ohio Miss Alber ta Anderson has returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs W R Romans and daughter are at home from a visit to Richmond Clair has returned to New Orleans after spending tho summer la this vicinity Mr Marga ret JOles and daughter of Harrods burg are visiting Mr Bob McRoberte Mil Danebo Toggle bat returned to Dirboarvlllo Mrs J O Hemphill leave noon to attend tbo Cincinnati fall festival W M Boglo has return ed to Owonsboro It H Ilatson Is back from Chicago Mrs Cornlo Clay of Richmond Is visiting MrsD L Walk er Mrs Louie Landram and the Mlis el Markibury are In Cincinnati m Clarence Coleman Sees Toddy CINCINNATI Sept HDcar INTHK IOR At I havo been silent for several week past I beg to again Intrude on your valuable space for suet a law lines from this point I came un to the Ohio olty Friday to take In a few days of the Fall Festival which opened Monday and will continue until Saturday The city Is now In her glory richly attired In bunting and flags of all colors and description Doth business houses and residencies arc decorated Yesterday was President Day and a royal wel come bo received I saw the crowd and the parade Thought I had teen great crowds before but former gatherings glimmer Into insignificance when rom pared to that which greeted Teddy Watcrson broncho buster yester day Fully half a million people wore on the streets True that Is a lot of peo pie Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Race Walnut Vine and other thoroughfares for miles and miles wero simply one gigantic phalanx of human beings be slice every window full during the pa rade The president could never have hoped for a warmer reception or amore cordial greeting tban that paid him at Queen City It seamed as If Ohio and Iidlana bad turned out en masse to greet him A Comrade J B Blears of the Jemmlne Journal said We democrat can never hope to elect an other president alter this Ho said this laagblogly of codre The presi dent reoel lon and speechmaking bere was ant a political affair but Imply a guot of Cincinnati and of the Pan Festival Ho came on an Invltatlcn extended him by the Business Mon Club of Cincinnati and director of C P F regardless of party I had nov or seen a prc d inland was doubly anx ious to see one and see what they look ed like I have seen tbo Rough Rider now and have heard him speak This years festival Is a grand sue sees and the attendaneo will be much larger than of any previous meetings TJhe Midway with all its Oriental oW8 and skis shows is hero and reaping a harvest as usual I met Mr J B Stears of the Jessa mine Journal on tbe train coming to the oily and we took In the oily togelb or I am under obligation 10 him for many favor bestowed Among tho tinny was n pros pan which took us Into every show on the ground As It will soon be train time will ring off for tho present I return to Buroilde today Wlltrbcit withe to the I J and lie myriad of readers I am Very Respectfully CLARENCE COLEIAN MATRIMONIAL George Hunt and Mis Mary Jones were made one at tbo courthouse by Judge Bailey Wednesday Over 100 wedding guests wero suffo cated or burned to death as the result of a tiro and panic in Russia After 40 year of married life Mrs Nancy Bishop sued for dlvorco from George W Bishop at Cincinnati Olllo Muryhy son of William Mur pby and Miss Beetle Martin eldest daughter of Mr Ben P Martin both of Rowland elopud to Jelllco Wednes day and were made one Tbo bride an exceedingly pretty and popular young lady and Mr Murphy la to bo congratulated on winning such o prize The groom le In the employ of tho L N and It a fine young man Samuel J Tatem and Mils Jennie Payne both of Crab Orchard were married In Cincinnati Monday The two have been lovers for some 10 year and the marriage Is no surprise to their friends The brldo la tho handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs D C Payne and 1a most excellent young woman She It related to tbo Severance of this place and has been a frcqucnl visitor to them Mr Tatem U n clever young business man of his town who numbers his friends by the thousands The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends Its heartiest congratulations to tho happy pair and wishes them the best of everything going RAISED FROJI Tim DEAD C W Land Porter for tho Orien tal Hotel Chanute Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Dallarda Snow Liniment and Iwas raised from tho dead I tried to get some more but bo foro I had deposed of my bottle I was cured entirely Iam tcllln do truth DrugStoreRenew your subscription to the I J NEWS NOTES Judgo W W Robertson is dead at Mayfleld A Now York Stock Exchange seat was sold for 181000- A Philadelphia coal dealer is prepar log to Import Welsh coal A tour of the Northwest will bo made by the president In the Spring Tho coal strike has sent tbo prlco up to 110 a ton lu Washington City Four men were killed lu a light among feudist at Spokogec I T In New York a woman stabbed her husband and then out her throat Both will die Soldiers are on duty In five of the 10 anthracite coalproducing counties of Pennsylvania Tbe State Fair opined at Louisville Monday with an immense crowd and a One show of stock Dr George S Seymour committed suicide In Louisville bv turning on the gas In his bathroom The farmers of Rill county Kansas offer five meals and five drinks of whisky a day lor laborers Several Brlllsh match manufacturers bavo been driven out of business by American competition Fire which destroyed tbe clothing tore of Louie Siks at Qlrmlngam Ala caused a loss of 240000 Moses Brown a prominent olllien of Ocnla Fla was shot and killed there by W T Frlerton alto prominent Hon John K Hendrick of Paducab tendered his resignation as a member of tbe Goebcl Reward Commission Judge George H Durant withdrew At the democratic nominee for governor of Michigan Illhealth was tbo cause A Parsee of Bombay proposes to leave 15000000 for the benefit of person Impoverished by sudden calamity The postofllce and general store of George W Glass at Scotts Station near Sbolbyvllle was destroyed byflro Lou 12000 An Investigation develops that a number of graves In tbe cemeteries of Traders Point and New Augusta Ind Save been robbed Jas L Alloolwortb the coroner of Christian county was ono of two men wounded In a shooting affray In a lodge room at Hopklnsvllle From the same scaffold and In the presence of 7000 spectators William Maihls a while man and Orlando Let ter a Negro were banged at Oxford Miss Col John D Foster of Chicago was elected Commanderinchief of the Spanish American war veterans Dr Bi lls Duncan of Louisville was elected Inspector general John Chrlitat at Whoellog W Va died and so effectually concealed 1200 000 worth of bonds that hit adminis trator and family can not locate them It U believed ho burled them General Superintendent Machen tf the free delivery system estimates that between f 11000 000 and 12000 000 will be required for the rural fro delivery service In the next fiscal year Kentucky great trots at Lexington Oct 7 to 17 will bo tbe best ever bed tn old Kentucky or any whero else The great campaigners of the Western and Eastern circuits meet there for the first time Record breaking and thrill log contests may be anticipated with certainty The best races ever heard of are In tight and all Kentucky should turn out Half faro rates are In force throughout tbe State and the associa tion has provided a musical treat In dally concerts by DcBaughs famous band CHURCH MATTERS It Is feared that tbe Rev H W Jonce pastor of the colored Baptist church at Owcnton was killed In the stampede at Shiloh church Birming ham Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at tbo Christian church here cext Sunday morning at 11 ooiook The lawyers of Stanford are especially requested to be presentJohn Alexander Dowlo tho alleged modern day is getting into such close financial etralte that the In dications are he will have to reZlon Lexington Leader Elder J T Sharrard closed his weeks meeting at Old Union There wero 23 additions to the church as a re suit of tho meetingi6 by confession and baptism Tbe meeting was very largely attended throughout Paris Kentuckian DEVOURED IJY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundantly The entire trouble arises from Inanition their food Is not annimilatcd but devour ed by worms A few doses of White Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and loy of the mother 23c at Pennys Drug Store Kentucky great trots at Lexington Oct 7th to 17th Half faro on all rail roads on account of the beet trotting meeting oh earth MISS ETTA GOOCO Is the 10yearold daughter of Mr S H Gooob of Waynesburg and Is prob ably tho youngest telegraph operator In the State She can take train orders and Western Union dispatches with tbe correctness and rapidity of old stagers while she Is equally as good at tending messages She is a beautiful little girl as her picture shows and Is at bright and entertaining at she can ibo LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Rytbmlc won tbe 220 trot at Read ylllo Mass Lord Derby won tbo 10000 trot at Readvtlle Mass Two sows and 16 pigs for pale JW Adams Stanford Sixty stock hogs for eats O L Car ter Turnerfvllle Pair need mules for sale U H Skeleton Crab Orchard 3t J C Bailey bought of J M Alvcr son a black gelding for 81W- Torecyoung Cotswool bucks for sale John Ditch Ottonbolm Ky 2t FOR SALEIS 760 to 100 pound 5LIer stuff In Cincinnati at 2 to 4ic FOR SALE2O good yearling steers D M Anderson Preaobersvllle 4t- R C Gatewood sold to Carrlthers Beard of Lexington a pair of mare mules for 1400 Strayed a brindle cow with spot in forehead and right ear marked Jake Young Stanford Ky D N Prewltt bought of W A Hall six butcher cattle at 3c and of John G Lynn 50 sheep at 12 76 Strayed onstoloo from my place at Hcdgevlllo a black mare 12 years old cut on right hip J C Oloyd E P Woods bought of Mrs Ike Phillips three 1000pound cattle at 3le and two 000pounders at 31c T B Dunn of Madison rented of Mrs John Crutcbfleld her largo farm of 450 acres near BrvanjtsvllIeJor 1900 M J Farrl bought 70 Cattle at Lan c liter at from 3 to 3 00 He has also purchased ifoo burnt of corn at from 60o to 8105 at the heap Advocate At MM J C Miller sale In Madi son 80 pound iboats sold at 87 mule colts laD to 870 milk cows 826 to 50 corn In field 8150 and oats 81 50 per 100 A splendid lot of Duroc Jersey boars four months old subject to register Price 810 for tho next week Write or call at once R H Bronaugb Crib Orchard Ky 2t Emmett McCormack weighed up this week fromFrye Allen 211232pound ittlo at file and 27 1200pounder of J B Foster at the same price He bought of J P Rlffe 20 about same weight at same price R H Crow sold to an Indiana party a carload of feeding rattle weighing 1050 pounds at 485 Mr Crow also sold C T Bohon an aged mule for 8100 and three mule colts for 8150 and to B G Fox two twoyearold mules for 8180 Dan Patch the famous pacer equal ed the worlds record of 1601 made by Star Pointer on the Readvlllo track five years ago Horsemen who saw Star Pointers performance said that the conditions were Identical the weather being as near perfect as a day could be- Kansas farmers say that it costs them 16 cents a bushel to raise corn count Ing the Interest on the value of the land at 82 35 an acre The Pcorla Her aid printed at a great corn market thinks this Is considerably lees Iban It costs to raise corn In Illinois and plates the figures In that State at 20 to 25 cents a bushel Judge John W Hughes bought 31 1100pound cattle from Ben Sanders at 4ic Mr Sanders will take them back Nov l at SIc Mr Sanders says good cattlo wont bring less than 60 between now and Christmas but next year cat tie that are now bringing 7o will sell for So B Lawson sold Oscar Abraham 60 head of 009 and lf00pound butcher cattlo at 4c Harrodsburg Herald u f64y1tW jW tt f IJ Business domes IItIflyou you r t pricey but it isnt good business to have clothes 4btl ffrtU 4 444tY14ITPAYS TO TRADE AT r THE GLOBE HP- iw Merchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairingl4t t 1 It Your money back it youre not satisfied IfitoI New Line oi coifee I s SOLD BY ISTANFORD FOR TEN DA- YSSpecial SaleTo room for fall goods we offer our thedollarLinon wjnilowsluule at lOc clinics ntScCalicoes go at lc por yard upCountorpauos from 48o mi up Tablecloths by yard 5o on up 0I TRY IT make Tablecloths Pearl buttons 3c dozan Mens top shirts worth SOc nUll 7oe all go at 4oo ton summer underwear at 17e JLadies guazo vesta at 2cL- adicshaudkerchi6fa at 3c l811003 and Clothing at htdf price 4 Rcmenibcrjthe place the New York Store next 1001 to Lincoln County National Bank C Rosenstein Sc Co STANFORD KY Q Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles fJ Bargain Sale Now On Craig Worker STANFORD 1 iticcIr 1 A preparation forSeradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration- It is a sure cure for tho odors from perspiration on any clothingAllW B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 1f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ff E C WALTON fHH HENNINGER 1ofWayne Co ntrls a candidate for State Trea i any to the ittioD or the b iuocrattc Irty- t ROBERT HARDING oflaartlleIsaeatalalats for Ctrrult Judge tab f Jett to the attUn of the Democratic party A HARDIN jCHARLES for ComiuonvraUht At Judicial jutdrtmt tt torCongress tGG GILBERT Of Shclbr I conference of Quakers is tAGENERAL Indianapolis next month to take on new life to provide Itself with some of the jBnd agencies for zealous work for religious extension for educa and other movements are underway The public generally will be glad of this revival of Quakerism Those people are an Intelligent reflnedpeace loving sect whose Influence hat been an advantage to this country as well aa to England One may be Indifferent to their tenets but can not Ignore the 4worth of the serene spirits which Is preeminently theirs When we were a boy as a certain writer If given to sayfng In ale articles we lived In a community of Quakers In Virginia and manye the time have we attended their peculiar services They never speak till the spirit moves them and they sit quietly till It does Those we Knew wore exceedingly pious and honest and made splendid citizens They used theo and thou for you and their dress as easily distinguished them as I their conversation The boys used to think the Quakers meetlug house haunted and many hair raising stories 1ofthings seen and heard there kept In constant fear of passing the bulldl after flight fall All the Quakers who worshipped there are dead now and sleep In the graveyard hardby the old church Is In ruins but those who were tbrown with them can never forget their Christian lives and good examples while wishing there were more such people In the world THE shrewd and resourceful men who are at the head of the great Industrial combinations entertain no apprehensions as to the future of the trusts so long as the American people can be deluded intoI the belief that an amendment of the con stitution is all that is necessary to curb the power of the trusts Of course they will profess to bo alarmed and indignant at the presidents philosophical and not unfriendly disusslon of the subject on the stump and In his message to congress but that is only part of the game Such tacticeI are as old as the hills They know that it will take many years if at all to secure the amendment and In tho meantime they will stick their fangs deeper and deeper into the body politic r TUE plan to bore a tunnel seven t miles long through the Sierra Nevada mountains at a cost of 114000000 In order to shorten by 12 hours the trip over the Central Pacific la an Illustra Lion ofthe immense resources of our great corporations and the wonderful wealth of our country 43 a whole Were it a task proposed by the government all sorts of complications would follow the Introduction of the proposal Into the realm of political discussion but a board of directors Intrusted with pow er by thousands of stockholders can order it done and the work is at onceI under way VERY little interest Is being maul tested In Hon George G Gilberts race for Congress in this section In fact the race for the nomination for circuit judge In this district has almost entirely overshadowed It Democrats should eel lose sight of the Congressional raceI which Is a most Important one very necessary that Mr Gilbert be returned to Corfgreio where he has eo clearly proven his fitness to representI the people of the Eighth Sumrall his opponent has no cbance to defeat Mr Gilbert If the democrats do their duty but they must not sleep at this important period W S TAYLOR has tendered his ser vices aa republican campaign orator in Ohio with the proviso that he be protected from arrest by the Kentucky au thorities Chairman Dick apparently is not anxious for Taylors aid and has not answered his letter The democrats cf this State want Taylor for just one talk and will give him a snug sum for It A hanging would follow in or 00 days THE legal profession Is being over run and the lawyers arc sending up a cry of distress In 1801 there were 68 taw schools In the United States with 0073 students Now there are 120 schools and 14000 students EDITOR GAINES of the Elkton Frog revs has a 12pound toy and be is so happy he can hardly contain himself The youngster has been named for his father = fO UJ u IL n TO DEMOCRATS In pursuance to the cull of the Demo cratic Executive Committee of the Second Railroad Commissioners District of Ken tucky tho Democrats of Lincoln county are hereby notified to meet in mass con vention In their respective voting pro ducts Saturday September 27lh at 2 o clock r M and select a representative to the county convention to be held at the court house on the 20lh day of September at 2 r M for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the district convention to be hold in Frankfort on the 1st day of Oct 1002 to nominate a candidate for Railroad Commissioner 1t C WAHIIKN Chairman POLITICAL President Roosevelt chose Charle magne Tower to succeed Mr White as Ambassador to Germany Hon B W Bradburn of Bowling Green will likely be a candidate to succeed Circuit Judge Settle Now York republicans renomlnated Gov Udell on the first ballot Frank W Higgins was nominated for lieutenant governor The republican press Is busily en gaged In demonstrating that Hender son noverdld amount to much any way Paducah Democrat Judge George B Turner of Harlan county has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for Con gross In the 11th district Republicans at Cincinnati nominated Nicholas Longworth and Judge H P Goebel for Congress In the First and Second Ohio districts respectively- At Noblesvillo Ind President Rooso velt delivered an important tariff speech declaring against radical revision At In dianapolis he reaffltmed the Monroe Doc trineCharles F Murphy the new leader of Tammany Hall stated In positive terms that Richard Croker would never again be the leader of the Tammany organization The terrible announcement is made that President Schwabs salary has been cut to 8250000 a year First thing we know be will join the strikers Lexington Democrat Former Gov Boles issued his letter accepting the democratic nomination In the Third Iowa district The letter Is devoted entirely to the trusts and in sins on a tariff for revenue only as a cure for the trusts Secretary of War Root deliveredI speech on the Philippines before thet Illinois republican clubs at Peoria The address was to the nature of a to the detraction on too admlnlstraC tons policy toward the IslandIPresident Roosevelts statement at Cincinnati that anthracite coal Is on the free list Is not borne out by a ruling of the New York board of appraisers which holds a duty tax of 07 cents a ton on all coal containing less than D2I par cent of fixed carbon Hon Samuel E Jones has been de clared the democratic nominee for clrI cult judge in the 10th judicial district there being no opposition to his candle dacy for reelection A primary to nom- Inate a candidate for Commonwealths attorney will be held on Oct 4 John G Carlisle was elected a Tam many delegate to the State convention Chief Murphy expressed great delight at Mr Carlisles election Mr Carlisle said that he had not been officially notified of his election but he would con sider what was the right thing to do Goy Taft In his address in response to his recent welcome In Manila saidI in reference to the frtara question Pope Leo had promised to reorganize the church In the Islands recall the friars send priests other than SpanI lards to the Islands and ultimately to have solely a native priesthood Those democratic papers now ov loading and overworking their head lines with Bryanlsm Beaten Free Coinage Dead etc are the same delectable democratic that brought about the election of McKlnI y00 And nobody has forgotten Is forgetting or will forget this Indisput able fact Glasgow Times Representative Grlggs chairman ofI the democratic Congressional cam palgn committee In an Interview declared President Roosevelt Is our strongest speaker in the field He be llevea the president attack on the trusts will attract attention to tho fact that the democratic party is the only one ready for action against these com bines THIS AND THATIMcClalna store at Elk Fork waeI robbed of 8200 worth of goods and 180I in cashIAlien Edelln of Burgin and Miss Bessie Beard of will be married Oct 15ITho annual conference of the North oQ Methodist church In Kentucky in session in Louisville Riotous students of the University ofI California took possession of a train aad demolished Its furnishings President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers declares that lawless ness among the strikers Is due to out breaks by Individuals and not to a con certed move Claude Cozlne of Shelbyvllle plead ed guilty of forgery and Issuing forged papers with intent to defraud the goy ernment Ho paid a fine of 8300 and a jail sentence of 14 months was suspended I PI i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of I B Shearer of Frazer Wayne county Is dead James Daisy a veteran of the civil- war Is dead atLebanon- Mr Thomas Jackson aged 05 a prominent church woman of Anderson county is dead Wyatt Allen who killed Squire Jae Gattllff In Uookcastlo some months since was given six years In the peni tentiary Dallas Collins has been appointed postmaster at Gourd Letcher countv and David Spltzsr at Spruceburg Whltler county Hon Henry Burcamp ex member of the Virginia Legislature acoldently shot and killed himself while hunting near Mlddlcsboro L T Neat transferred to Aaron Wll son of Pulaskl county 130 acres of land oil the farm upon which the former now resides lying near Columbia for 81725 In Mercer Ransom Elliott aged 11 killed James Washington 18 Both are colored Elliott knocked WashIng- ton down and his bead struck the force that his neck was brokenICo won row at Ml Vernon ordering Super tendent Ballard to have used In tho schools those books adopted by tho board last year Mrs Hollander tho Junction City fortune teller is at present living on her little lot beneath an Impromptu house built of corn stalks After tbo tire which destroyed her dwelling she gathered a crop of growing corn and constructed a rude thatch under an apple tree A Danville dispatch says The finan sal committee of the Luulsvllle Southern railway extension fund which was being made up to pay for the right of way from Harrodsburg to Danville has Issued a call to subscribers for the payment of all subscriptions to the lund The committee will have over 825000 on hand In a few days- Superintendent of Public Instruction McChesney has called a special exam nation for State teachers certificates to be held at Frankfort Oct 10 and 11 Xbe purpose of the special examination is to afford an opportunity to a number of schools In various parts of the State to secure teachers with State certifi cates the number now being loads quate There were a great many error In our paper last week but you will be considerate toward us when we tay le office Is possessed of devils Wo have tbreo new ones about as perfect as they usually are when they arrive frpm devildom and you know what three such Imps can play especially In a printing office They made the editor say things that have given him the nightmare for five nights Please bo patient with ua and I wont do it again Corbin News Lee Turner was to taste his Quarter House show to Jelllco for a performance but a telegram stating that It would be dangerous made him change bis route A Jelllco dispatch says It was reported that a large number of the enemies of Turner were gathering on the other side of the Tennessee border and that trouble might follow If an attempt was made to bring Tur ncr there Some of the lithographs of Turner were shot to pieces on the walls where they had boon put up The following sent from Burgle may taken with a liberal supply of salt Uncle Elijah Bledsoe who resides la a little tumbledown cabin In the southwestern part of this county and who has just recovered from a severe spoil of pneumonia the only Illness ho has ever bad in his life is the oldest man living In the United States He is 130 years of age and remembers with vivid distinction the war of 1812 Ho has In his possession a piece of money given him by Marquis PO Lafayette while he was attending the distinguish ed Frenchman during his stay ata host lry where the Mercer National Bank qow situated KINGSVILLE Eld Berry filled his appointment Sunday Our doctors report a great deal of sicknessBorn to Mr and Mrs J M McCar ty a fine boy Mr Dan Hester baa opened a livery stable Good for Mr Heater He Is undoubtedly one of the most enterpris ing men In this section and the com munity owes him everything in the way encouragement MM B O Pennybacker and niece- Elizabeth McFarland have re turned from a visit to Somerset They will go to Cincinnati this week Miss E M Crelghton went to Somerset to have dental work done Miss lime B Carey will go to Lexington soon Mr and Mrs John Watts and children returned to Harriman Tenn Tuesday They came up a few davs since to attend the funeral of her father Mr Wm A Cash Master Willie McCarty continues of remittent fever Frank McKee a guest at a banquet given by the proprietor of the Golden Eagle Hotel Washington quarreled with his boat over his attentions to the latter wife and wrecked the hotel with dynamite and killed himself x I bL sWe moil samples to out of town customers This Ladies told any size f i The Grand Leader 1e J 1 We have on sale the finest of Black Colored Dress l t Goods that has ever been shown in We show e 88inch Molrose black mud colors at 60c ynnl 40inch Porolc cloth at 75o ynnl 44inch Serge all wool at 50c yard 44inch Ktamino iu black from 81 to 92 a ynnl 44inch Zobolline the newoet wonvo 81 28 to S2 yard 44 inch wide Wnle worsted from 8125 to 82 peal 36inch Venetian Cloth at SOc yard 54inch skirting very heavy nt 8126 54iuch Meek nod color ORe yard A full line of narrow braids nppliqtios in nil cubes nt prices from lit to 81 per ynnl THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY I Props S B LEVY Manager THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for IUltation Hoard and nunlag shall be CDbI In advance weekly and monthly atonal bills due when service are and must bo paid promptly To the Coal Consumer r Having bought out t Im 1coal dealer we are now prepared to furnUU the people ot Stanford country the bust brand of real at tin lowett market price for cash Farmers we will take your hay and rots In cxiliHngv fur ool at the market price Wo tolloU your trade nod guarantee toll weight for order at ooarour money phone 41 or llonnta livery stable No Booms DunavoxvtS- TPNFORP KY PUBLIC SALE ON MONDAY BBPTRMIIEH M 1551 at IIIV lame nee mile from Crab Orchard ee the Lancaster pike I will tell at tMlWIc auction my tarn of lot acre well Imprjv ed with now reddenew and good Inns Farm Is well watered and tn gestate of cultivation At the eats time and place will also loll stock crop and Implements conslsting of a twobotse waltOn surrey and buggy wagon buggy end harness I Champion t I twohone Champion corn drill onehone drill I bay rake mowing machine breaking and single plow tools ot Other kinds stool- couslallrg of hones cowl and calve M hog conslstingof brood Iowa and teder 30 aero of corn In field rye and oat In the bind timothy and millet bay barrel of pure vinegar and a elder mill and a lot of household kitchen furniture Term made known on day of tale Anyone wuh log to buy farm frlntel1II tavtted to cat Orcbard Jyat any time L PUBLIC SALE llavtogdetermineu California I Crab Orchwill at my ard onTUESDAY SEPTEMBER MTtl Sell the following doeribed property TWO calve I milkgood steer cow sucking calf threoyearold steam lxyear old good work mare 2 surreys 3 seta of buggy tiaras 3W barrel of corn 100 bushel of oats a lot of straw a tot of sorghum molasses a No cooking stove gasoline stove parlor stoTOtt lot of carpet lot ot chain I rooking chair couch one half of n stalk field ot 7i acres ladle1 sad die pair of scale spring wagon bed room sets parlor set a lot lamps side card dining room table a lot of dlshe docks gold watch portlerro shades and then things too numerous to mention Term ore cash Sale begins bromptlrnt to oclock Ladles are especially Any irson deslrlne to rent the can call on Ins M E Irbh J P Chandler Crab Or hard Ky1lt St E F811 Orchard I- tJP OHANDLEK Auct ref will also rent the same day the farm known III tbo T C Number farm 255 acre brick house with room two mile tom Crab Orchard on Ottenbelm pike For Sale or Rent Property known at The Hnuell Spring consisting of 70 acres 03 In woodland IS under cultivation a liS room botel one cottage of 3 and another of rooms furnished throughout and In good Near the hotel Is n of dia Fixate water which has been anllllod and ls known to have fine medicinal properties The summer patronage U good transient the year A line peeing for an enterprising hotel man For further Information terms address or call on Vaughan Graham Russell Springs Kentucky Tray lor J icet DKJtMERS IN WHlsku Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc YloseIPrompt an J rollte attention Nothing but the test ta drink Mill phon cr tllelraph orders receive cionpt attention SG + e ta 3kwe zwam I Special week only Finest Kid Gloves in nil colors I worth 100 go nt I y f line and Storm ynnl Broadcloth running 73c Stanford Icon I and sec what wo hayo t II telcrents ntH I Silvonvaro and Cut Glass Watches and Clocks Etc W H MUELLER We Never Guess Pooplo everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they got hero with out insistingThe public at largo in not ono half as as we are in this matter of pure drugs or in to tho accurate fill their prescriptions In the buying- Selling rir i niiiliniiiirliiir nP diU08 WO never guess We make sure that uslright in every particular Come to Pennys Drug StoreStanford What is it Youll want it Come sec it We sell it a uIlJtUuLe ctt 7 ctJ ccc- E94 Wit 9a42 Ctc S jC Carprnttr Jflurniiuro CoW S lUlltVCHars CARSON PENCE DEALERS IX i Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Bucktboards Harness Fun anti complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Dr Goldstein will bo at tho VERANDA MOTEL WeflnBSflai Tainsflau Oct 15 16t OFFICE HOURS 9 A M TO 4 P M Continuously for the ast25 years Dr Goldstein the Well known physician and practical optician of Louisville Ky hoe visited Stanford lilt reputation Is es and his work has given entire satisfaction having patients all overjjthe State of Kentucky Take advantage of his skill it you need his service ti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I SrANFOlw Ky SKIT 20 1002 In filling your proscriptions wo use the right medicine In tho exact tlone and with proper caro Wo could not do bettor If yon paid ui doublo tbo price which is always reasonable Pen nys Druz Store t t PERSONALS MR S M OWKN6 was In Lebanon this welt Mn 0 L PKNNY wont to Louisville Wednesday Dlt W D ODAr oN contin use Very III MeiMlt W P CARSON went to Louis yesterday Mil J R DUSH of Itlobmond was t hero Wcdnoiday Mn AND Mus ED OARTHR are visit ing In Loulivlllo J II BAUOIIUAN attended the Stato fair In Loulivllle PROP nIce S GCIIANIC went to Loui livltlo Wednesday MRS O U CAHTHII U visiting role Uve In Lancaster ItUO JOHN SAM OWSLEY Sit was In Loulivlllo this MRS JOSIC weokIL A Gray In STEEL BAILEY left Monday for St Loul to itudy medicine OUY HALLOU has roturned to a rood Joel college at Toledo O GUOUOE D WEATHBHKORD of IIus tonvlllc It In Cincinnati It Mil D FA It It 13 and wlfo were guests of Mr W A Carson t MissLwrr1EDnrMloft Wednesday to vltlt friends at Versatile MRS J II DAOAN of Livingston was hero yesterday with friends MI1J M WARE and family are attending the State fair this week MRB O P UirpKUAN Is visiting be son Mr Oscar Huffman at Danville WalblnltontMiU FRITZ KnUEUKit of Mt Ver non was here between trains yoster dayMltOtOIIIIARUIS former agent aVGrav Is olgbt man at the depot now Miss HFTIB CARRY of Klngivllle was here Tuesday with Mrs W W Walter MR WILL HOOKXR wilt and baby tIfansas Oily are guests at Mr It 0 JlgiVori MR A U KABTLAND U spending a tifdwttsye with his son and daughter In IllvtileMn McltORMtTB and family are attending the masloal festival at Clnelnnail JOHN 0 MYRRS of KlrobeHejrUtnb line our thanks for late copies of Salt Lake Oily papers JAMBS 0 Rata and Miss Ora Reach t of Somerset wbo U visiting at Huston 1vine were here yesterday AND MRS A W CAHlBNTBR are back from a visit to their son Bry an Carpenter at Dayton O MRS T J ROIIINSON of Huston vlllo U with Mrs J 0 Paxton wbo continues III but II no worse t MISS LlwtiE COWAN Mrs Garland Singleton fashionable trimmer hal returned from a lengthy visit to Cin cinnatiMESSRS J L BBAZLEV of ibis paco and J A Oosilov of Lancaster attended the funeral directors meetl4 at Louisville MKSRB J E BRUCE It L Hubble r W T Tucker and J 0 and M D Eu banks went to Loulsvlllo Tuesday to attend the lair LUCILLE BOWMAN and LIz two popular young ladle s 1MI5Sts aro News visiting tho Misses Ku V POWELL of Hustonvllle will bo tbo guest of Mr James E Clay ton this week and attend the conven tion Glaigow Times i Miss UALLIE DAWSON Is back from J a delightful visit to her sister Miss i Duttlo Dawson at Horse Cavo MH AND MRS C W ADAMS Hustonvlllo aro back from Cincinnati t where the former bought lots of goods MR JOUN M McRoiiERTS la boo t from a visit to his son George A Mc Robert In Covlngtoo Ho got S glimpse of President Roosevelt In Cin cinnati Saturday MISSES BlRDic IClLLlON and Marie Warren of Lexington wbo havo been 4visiting their sister at Lebanon June aro spending the week with their homefolka near Maywood Mn G A PEYTON wife and Mies Annie Miller Poyton took their de parturo for Mlddlesboro Wednesday greatly to the regret of their legion friends In Stanford and Lincoln county Wo ask the peoplo of tbo exMaglo City to accord to this excellent family iho best treatment possible Miss MAROARET A LEWIS of Stan ford a very accomplished mualclanhaa beon engaged to teach mandolin and guitar at the Lexington Conservatory of Music and wilt give piano lessons on the outside MUa Lewis come with the highest testimonials and tbo Instl tutlon Is fortunate In securing her set vlcci Lexington Democrat Mill Lewis had Intended teaching hero but could not afford to decline the flatter I leg offer made her In Lexington Miss EDDIE ADAMS of Danville is with the Misses King Miss MELLIE HOPPER of Huston vlllc li with the Misses Cooper tlearninghehero PounysDrugsence Mil AND MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard spent yesterday with Mr and Mrs T 0 Willis SV1119evoranaefMtlval la Cloelnoatl LOCALS DIlATING stoves at Karris Cot STOCK of guns and ammunition at Craig Hookers SPECIAL 17 ladles tailored skirt at flOS Grand Leader WANTED another good farm hand J E Bruce Stanford ItylelInSTRICTLY all wool coons pants worth I260at816 Grand Leader shoespricesfrom W POWELL HALE at Walton Op era House Thursday night Oct 2 WE have some millet seed sacks for sale cheap J H Baugbman ft Co SOME of our correspondents seem to have that tired feeling tbo irregularity with which they writeI HON R C WARREN will address the democrats of Lincoln snooty at the courthouie here county court day next DR I WjimiUOUSR of Shelby Mcrto practice medicine READ the solo advertisement of Mr G R Bngleman which appears In this Issue Ho will dispose of his One four and a lot of personally Oct 11 MRS RBIDS entertainments have drawn the largest audiences In all of the bOlt towns of ihe Stato Dont cola s It here Many tlokets have been sole nod a large crowd Is expected tonight at Waitons Opera House TUB Hulahins Oil Gas Co have given up the ghost and will make no further effort to find oil They have sunk three wells on their territory In Knox county bet pare failed to find the fluid In paying quantities TDK court of appeals affirmed tbo decision of the lower court In the suit for damages of S O Arnold against tbo town of Stanford for locating the paalboupo near his residence The oourt here found for the town WE have decided to make a cheap grade of work along with our high picnnow you to out n too sun to rot It but como to the galls ry and get It right M Sacray ALL who bavo rho Dudo Drill by tbo 10 graceful young ladle i lIylL Is the flnust iblnp over given In Stanford and the young gentlemen say the Dudlno Drill will bo equally as good Dont miss It at the opera house tonight para1 of his Lincoln county friends for Judgo M C Sautloy to speak hero next coo n ty court day Many people came to town last court under the Improiiion that the judge would address his follow democrats and went homo disappoint ed There Is no real need of a speech from our distinguished townsman for the boys In old Lincoln are for him to a unit but they want lo hear him and Chap use tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL as a mouthpiece to ask him to give em a talk HORRIIILB If verdict of the cor oners jury which wo publish below is a true one and wo suppose it Is Mrs yet1tp a thekt r child and the charge of murder hall been registered against her The baby was born at Rowland Tuesday morning and a short while lator its cries a t trotted attention to an outhouse what e tbo little thing was found under tb o loot with Its bead badly crushed Med- Ical aid was at once summoned but the Injuries It had received wero too sever for It to overcome and its little light wont out a few hours later The moth or was not In condition to bo question ofed at the Inquest but It Is go4ara11 supposed that she destroyed her off spring to hldo her shame as she had boon married only a fow weeks Following Is the verdict of the cora nerd Jury We the jury agree and find that the infant born to Mrs Alice Crulchfleld on Sept 23 1902 camo to Its death by being crushed to death or by some other violent means on the promises of motberThoroand that Mrs Alice Crutchfleld Is ra sponslblo for its death CamderL Albright William Nay lor BOYS suits nicely made Ota Grand Leader Bio reduction on Jardlnlors to close Farris S Co TRY the Great Grate water heater Farris S Co OIL stoves cheap to close John Bright Jr k Co I COOK and healing stoves grates c John Bright Jr k Co I WILL pay 20 per dozen for eggs JF M Ware MoKInney NICE parlor organ for sale cheap F J Jones Crab Orchard ICOLB8 air tight beaters at Higgins Try ono WINTER lap robes are in Call and ice them J O McOiary TUCSSHSAII kinds and sixes lowest prices Craig Hockcr WE are paying 18c erdozen In trade for efjri John Bright Jr k Co t IIoeeheSPLENDID priming outfit for ealoh cheap and on cany terms This officer SID WARRENa hardworking darkey died yesterday suet a few hours III pass OLD fashioned secretary sideboard sugar chests etc for sale Edward Johnson Stanford 4t GOOD rains fallen since our last eau and the earth Is wetter than it been for months JANE HIUOINS colored died of con sumption In tho Walnut Flat section Wednesday aged 23 Mn G T LAcICI of Louis representing Greece Celebrated ColTee lies made Higgles McKlnnoy their agents here Try It SATURDAY Sept 1ethe last dry for filing claims against Lincoln county tor iho October term of fiscal court Geo B Cooper clerk HUSTONVILLE W Powell Elalftto populaa entertainer will appear at Alcorns Opera House Hustonvllie on next Wednesday evening Oct 1 Hear him r Owl a good seat reserved at McIto errs for the beautiful Delsarie enter talnment tonight Every number on the program will bo highly entertain lag You cant afford to miss ii W POWBLL HALK Is an entertain or a reader a teacher and a JcDtl- emanDyron W King At Walton Opera House Thursday night Oct S under the ausplovs of the Presbyterian ladles FIFTY of our young ladles children and young gentlemen will expect lo see you at the opera house to night They have an excellent program to present to you and you will miss a good thing If you are not there SPARKS from an L N engine se Ore to dry grass on Judge J W AI corn land Tuesday ands burned over a good portion of li Judge Sauiloy ale 0 adored to some extent by the tire a imall portion of a field burningI TUB L willcellround trip tick eta to Loulsvlllo at 1410 Sept 20 to Oct 4 Inclusive limited Oct 6 on account of the horse show On Oct 2 good till 3rd and on 4th good till Nth a rate of ono faro for the roundlrlp wilt bo given BISHOP Miss Harriett Bishop ibo aged slater of Messrs Columbus and Samuel Bishop died Tuesday night at the formers homo of a complication of troubles and her tamales wore taken t Putaikl county yesterday for burial She was a splendid woman and be death causes deep sorrow wbereyer eh was known YOUR attention Is led the advertisements of W A Pctlus D Smith and Mrs M E Fish The firsl named wllltiispose of a splendid farm near Mllledgavllle and a lot of stock crops etc commencing at 10 oclock tomorrow Saturday Mr Smiths sale will take place near Crab Orchard Monday when his term and personally will go lo the highest bidder Th date of Mrs M E Flsha salo at Cra Orchard Is Tuesday and she will teat her farm and sell a lot of person ally THE teachers meoting for th Waynesburg magisterial district bo hold at Klogsville on the first Salur day in October The following program has been arranged Music Wol Reepa4eapRecitation Miss Brooks Subject for debate Resolved that the present system of election of teachers U bettor than the county board system At firmatlve Mr T Singleton Mr Hayes and Miss Griffin Negative Mr 3 Young Mr H Martin and Miss Gooch Music Recitations by school children Paper on Llleralure Miss McKee Subject for general discussion How Cultlvato In the Public School a Taste for Good Literature Paper Ambition Miss Dye Music The public is cordially Invited Lena Grit fin district secretary Gov Stone of Pennsylvania gate the major general commanding authority to call out more troops for service In the anthracite region Edward Baailo an aged citizen of Caeey is dead near Mlddleburg Executors Sale of Shorthorn Cattle THURSDAY OOTonKR salebornsal willUburpoungor catalogues address J NOUTOV FITCH Exr ICyAuctioneer aollcterhorns near Winchester li- pPUBLCSALE Desiring to dissolve partnership and engage In other ba lncs s wn will on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15TH At our home none Peyton Well 7 miles West of Stanford and miles North of Mc Kinney otter at public outcry to the best blddertho following stock crop and menu 781 bales of timothy bay IIi bush els note half Interest In acres of corn and odder sugar cane liny In slack Also 23 head Ioeo ouad steers 32 tead IIOOpound cnlron 12 700pound yearlings 5 cows S sucklnp calve 40 hogs 109 ewe family mire 4yearold combined mare 18year yearoldI1l1yyearold mare mule t year o1d hone mule pair yearling mare mules 3 two hone wagons Superior drill disc harrow twohorso twohorse planter 3 mowers hay rake plows harrows and oth er Implements too numerous to mention 2 sets harness Columbus buggy MeTer buck board set extra heavy wagon harness 9 heating stoves shotgun 2 saddles lot of plow gear and hotness new Singer Sewing machine and a lot of furniture TaauAll sums under 810 oath over that sum days credit or bankable notes bearing 0 per cent Interest from sins of MJNNELLEYtT PUBLIC SALE Ifl1 Frt Stock Crop Et- ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 11100 at It clock sharp my Itluerrtm farm of 1M acres situated In Lincoln county on Lincoln end Boyle turnpike rand IH miles from Shelby City and S miles from Danville Schools churchM and tofHce convenient The farm Is well Improved and lies on It a JIWW rftldonce with modern conveniences all neeesary outbuildings On the place are enough trees to fence 500 acre everyfieldgrowing of hemp At same time and place honesbsows will bo sold Among other things are brood njaren I mules S geldings good work horses fat hops stock hogs 40 acres corn In shock millet hay number Tcariln ttie SM locust oats forming Implements and household goods Adjoining this farm are M acres Which can be purchased and the two combined would make a most desirable farm ofeTD English Auc Shelby City Ky ESTRAYED A dehorned brindle steer weighing 800 pounds has mark of green paint on back between hips Anv Information thankfully received Will 8 Embry Lancaster Ky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na onttaking a vote on the amendment of Section three articles of association reducing the number of directors from nine to seven J W HOOKEIl cashier FOR RENT onL0lot of dwelling of seven rooms besides kinlion and servants room and a fine eel lar smoke housa chicken house coal house and a rood stable and 10 nom of lead 2 torstockcpdrinking purposes Said property In good repair JAB DAILE PU BLIC SALE 0ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER WS I will ogee at public eatery my farm con mining 121 4SIOO earns In Lincoln county pikeafrom Stanford and 2 mile from Moreland nn Important bIPpIOfpoInt on the O S railroad and post andJstory frame house 2 buns buggy house crib hen house Ice house smoke house Ac Also will otter at same time and place all my farming tools stock etc conllstlnjt of cultivator 2 D S Peering binder Champion mower Thomas rake steel roller corn planter Superior wheat drill dlic harrow 2 Oliver chlllwl plows buggy buckboard 2 sets buggy harness plow tenetc tooth harrow 25 acres corn 250 bales mixed hay some millet hay and wheat calvesbhemp In Ibocl- eTEIUIBOn real estate onethird cash In hand balance 2 or 3 years to suit pur chaser notes bearing u per cent Interest with lien on land On personal property all sums under 810 cash over that amount Inllper teat Interest from date of sale Salo will begin promptlY at 10 oclock Land will be fist W A IKTTUS JQUEEN QUALITY The Famous Shoe For Women Wear Ease and Ele- gancer Combined I Ideal Kid Enamel Calf and ViC Kit1a1l ono price 300 j Cummins S McClary Q Hiving 01dl1rge spenseWeformation KyI 8c Readu You Hocker Bootee Manss Shoes 350 Radcliff ladles 250 Ultra ladies 350 These goods well known the reading and wearing public that Ionly have say they here H J McRoberts 011 eeQ ee e 6 xe J- tif Ci fj i Ie e t l 1 W toiltjWe have been receiving each day t 3desirable Dry Goods Notions Un t derwear Snoes Blankets etc etc 5- r and we believe it is 4 t t ri Nuff Said t tjconsidering our long experience 1 ibuyil1g and best efforts always t gne you your moneys worth to i say our stock surpasses duly have evce offered the trade told t blur prices right Come earlyJ A letji e Severance Sons New t c1J c rii ii r fto Ttj k JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Dealers in Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlory Stoves nnd Tinware Glass Queensware all kinds of Garden nnd Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement STOREJFOR SALE JfdJtd to engage In other business we over lor sale our stock of general merchandlM and store fixtures located In the L N depot at this us a liberal commission for attending to the agents work This Is one of the best stands In the country the business The stock of Is all new and clean and will Invoke about Iijoo For In call on or address ENGLEJMAN LEIGH e for 55 to 5 for for are so to to are J i in our we l to aro Store anti goods further NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell mv farm of acres just outside of the town limits It In ono of the prettiest homes around Stanford and Is well Improved with a handsome splendiddryfurnished tree Most of the outside teat ing is kept up by others Very little tent ing to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Hood room meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the place J S Hundley Stanford F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i41tard n the posiofflce at Stanford al I icondclan matter 1 arotllBtoBCf3rvmo4a andlrrtdav t 1 PER YEAR CASH wWhen not sopitdaaoo will beeh rgd j I fKNOXVILLE DIVISION oJlTraln going NorthH Mara o26t a HHH 230 a m oS5 South12M a m Nol HH12112 p m For ill Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Ha flncrn Stan for t Iatia iNol6arrlreatStaoroN t tsini o 31 leave Stanford it 230 p m A S PRICE Surgeon D ntis- tMtanford Ky OfflcsOTfr HtRobert Drag Store In the aOwitev I Bulldlni R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Kye IIOnlcover IligRins McKinnojB Ston Telephone o 91 H C NEWLANDi SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers hli services to the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties NEW LIVERY STABLE S W13t1RXE sm Prorl JUNCTION CITY KY TintGlass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and pay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean bells eplcndi table Every hang first class iortoi meet all trains 89 FOX t LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY UVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE torses and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager A M s BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offer tide services xAuotoinoeresssBBS toj the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him J+ G + C f Y UNDERTAKES E3IBAL3IER And Dcaloar In HARNESS SADDLEEY 0 Stanford Ky J LI Beazley it CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers AUO DIA1IM IH FnnllturcDlntUngsRugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY c37 t awe r E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary b Treasu Central Kentucky Real Estate fxchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky Na a ro4mi1 1JIeueadletianlWe UIhMrporch lew to eh Trek std ichea4 tfeod Mr san Ill PrkoWBO No 2al1furIii5ranee from blan ford Hotmol four roam porvh IDd veranda real tarn led other buildings tr I repsr Cut Intlx well kneed s9 I- neultntn one alleln tmn trees rest is ifilL- Uoabt It woululoDer1 ule It bargain and he rrke31lttper ireLand adjoining old fNl i- eft nd Thiliu bargain No anoueabd lot In SUnfonl Heuiw eon ulna are room Hood table and 5 acre of land well fenced One or prettiest bullUlDR lots In tor room enough In front fir two other telUges or a t storr front be built to the cottage and JI mail a beautiful home Will be loU cheap as Ille owner must hate money No 4Twostorv frame dwelling roomi and veranda Uood grden fencing and homo In good repair For sale or rent trite reasonable No s Hoose and lot In Stanford Three rooml aodtrontporch tool garden and stable Uood sold chop No THOUW sad lot In Stanford l35 alert I moms Uool garden smoke and sal heueee of 8Frm of a0aeriw 24 tulles 1row Stn ford on county road IS errs cultivation ren In pasture t goal orchards and rest In timber To small cottages bun and outbuildings w lenelo fairly good liar ean- tnughtatyourprlaasownerlku be In Indiana Us and must hoe money No 90 farm ol 212 acres four miles from SIn lord on twit pike In the county Sixty acres In wheat 48 In tOro In timothy In clover and 181 In ass la cut In six fieWt well entftl well water well sod spring good pood Two dwuJaOOt barns and out bulldlnts Frontl Ilke lor tnnoeluartn of mU both dweUIngs bring on tike Plenty nut tnoPe and enough timber to mike Lt0 pose A splend blnegrass farm and onlY JO minute drive from the rountyat Owner flue farm adWnlif tbl hn recently refused flA oar acre We utter tilt t fJ7 50 per acr- eNoll29 acres land with neasury Uspro menttulle from Stanford Dwelling has tour rooms veranda ball awl porch Large tern rue house eti Well watered fenced and bulldl in good repair Price reasonable No Dwelling of six rooms hall and porch neecessaryoutbulldiogs and gan Also lafi totiryatireroomZSi teal lower suppih- with counters shelves rle Water IB dwelling and storeroom also etitesa and well ire slIIan bkofatore One mile rlOftl Stanford UUlldll1l 10 good repair and dwelling originally sod store over It2OO Will sell both for fMO or will rent or sell separately No 19 250 aria rn mile af Crab Orehi llrlck dwelling 8 rooms two tenant how wo tarns well and iprlag near dwelling Farm ta ilgh state of cultivation 150 acres river botllHD land good fencing frail etc Price tlM an set No ttl00 store ol laud to Ijimaiter street Crab Orchard oppose Springs In gnu no mvemeats except tarn stmo JiDt lock water trettiea flding site In town Jrke 1W Xo 11A nice cottage and lot en Laneait street Stanford rooms detain etc Coat ilfUO wUl sell lor llouo No 17A farm of 14 sores near Hmtsnvlll dwelling of eight rooms ball veranda etc Os tenant house suck Urn Urge tobacco barn nd other outbuildings Cittern and food well In th and tad water In every Held en the place Fan eot In seven adds and firstclass land No 50Farm of acres situated near Rings Hie Ky M score In cultivation W In linbern watered two food bares and otbe- routlldlnll good repair Dwelling comparstlv y new law yards of three church and C s depot Propertr lies oa 4keandcounty road and It the most detlrsb term in that section Wi will sell the whole fane V it 400 or la parcels of not lets than M sere to ultpurehaier This it certainly cbesp property No 1IaJn of 75 tares near Waynesiint DwIIII good barn ste Well watered fends red bnlUtngt In rslr Productive lone land In good oetybborhood close to aebool Lid on good road Price Snq No 51A farm of SW acres In Lincoln county fhrce good dwellings good turns sad other out iBlldlng house born etc shoot the renter if 100 acres All on county road H mile frw hooch school sod pontolttr lau well and well ratcrrd This U a tobacco farm and Offld nit two or thre hmlllcs that might want to com from the saute neighborhood Trice reawnable No S4A tarot ol acre In Css y county Ky One and on half dwelling with six rooms ood barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres it ultlvatlon 4J acrea In timber fruit trees eta iys well on county road ekes to churches ihooletc Price only 1099 Na 56 FTin ol tit era In Casey county Two tory frame dwelling two rood barns and other itbulldlngs In good repair JnUndld tobsee- aid and In good A bargain at folio No TKarmof tUacm In county ow two ourpa louia frame dweHiog and old veiling In fair condition Urn and other out tilldtogs Oa county rod splendid tobacco land ell watered two wells spring etc This la a uV table home Irlce J1SOO No acres near Pleasant Point Ky Fruu house 5rooandporch Darn and other itbuiUliniri 8ertln ulU rest In tla r Well wined 301 yards from fOIlolllceObool- Dd church layswell00pike and oem unity 1rlaf4O0 We bare buyer for 30 or 300 sere farm situates rom one to three miles from town Also buyer for but 100 sores situated Irons ut e to tour mil- frolu town with or wlthoat Improvements Also buyer for an f000 to 110 farm to town No IS Four houses and lots In Kowland Kyr- ice tlOO each No 19 904 acres of last near Crab Orchard Nip No 20 TwoiUrr house trooms ballTeranda acres ipleatldlaud adotnlagInbtanterd Prop nt In g alor1Id fights la muse ell- tern at door lleaullfnl home Price ft No22Uouaeofllrroomroreh one ere of roUnd and good auWew One rom town Price f0No a Fa m oil U acres I Miles from Stanford Iratae dwelling of rooms I 2 bubo one log liable sod wagon shed combined the other 0 extra good Irene with cattle abed ttth- Barn es laUy arranged far rnrlnr Ala entry smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard tonclg In goo l pair Well watered 2 cistern Ic This farm h1Jem occupied by s former own IP year and li well preserved and Improved is In mile lIke school Itrntttl- tor islet for half grata rent and It cultivated corn wheat tobacco and clover rcaordswwill OoIt pr sent owner eaJOO at ouoty bow wlllselifor12o No U Dwelling oil room with 20 acre land In Ir land liooil barn and necessary outbuild Inp welts la ani iplendhl orchard and t acres In strawberries Immediate powsalon Price No 85 Farm ol acres ricer Crab Orchard wlttory frame dvclllog 08 room hall and rranda Ilarn tnwkekouM etc In good repair ell watered orchard Cut In 5 ands zu IC es la wheel 40 ala corn In timothy rut In grass Price fIO per acre soM Frame hotel large rooms double reran da hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom Iro mllnx Street feet from hotel up stairs suite bl fordwtillng 2 nice cottages nicely furnished peed and l rooms and veranda each lara barn on same lot used aa livery stable Uond glriIffl Vacant tot adjoining X fret front by Or- rrt deep All of this property It In London Ky and Is a ens chance for some one to make money lrorllor ba refuted to rent properly fur Ito per llIonlb On account of ill health hi wife only rlOn for selling proprietor desires to exchange tor farm lu Lincoln county OrtmHlIIWashlngtun D Office of Comptroller of tM Currency Whereas by utlslactory evidence presenteJ to the ersignej hasbeen male to appear that First National Bank of Stanford oClIlo1ln the city of Stanford In the county of Lincoln and state ofi Kenlucky has with all tnt provisions of Actof Congress to enable National Banking Ass tloaabextntheir corporate exlsttnc and for er purposes ved July Seth spa Now therefore I Thomas I Kane Deputy nl- AcUn Comptroller the Currency do hereby certify tltal The fist Natferul Itank of Stanford to- ute4 In the city of Stanford In the county of coln and State of Kntuky H authorised to have succsslon tar th perl specified In Its amended rtlcle of assoctatlen namely until coos of business on 36 igji In estkmenywhereof witness my hand and teal of this tth day of August aqwT P KANE leputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency No jl 5 w wr1MWa4ii trldf1r aster I Odds and Ends Tho offrprtnfr of two rabbits might In ten years number 70000000 yearly t10 per cent of Germuuye railways belong to the goverment Canailas yloM of cereals this year Is estimated at 300000000 bushels In Russia the penalty for leading a strike is tbe same aa that for a rebelllo Eight new theaters will bo opened In Sow York city within the next elghteon months Emigrants to South Afrloa areofllain warned to wait until land can Ue secured for thorn Taking the world na a whole 25 por cent die before they reach the ago of seventeen Tfio popuallon of Damascus repulell the oldest city in the world is oalcula at 225000 souls In 1000 France exported 3000 hOrfS more than she imported whereas Oer many had to import 00000 moro than sho exported Georgia fruit growers are claiming tbat tho peach crop of their State yloldi moro money to tho producers than doeeat cotton crop Power of Printers Ink There was a clothing dealer who did not believe In newspaper adfcrtlili but he docs now Tho advertising so lloltor told him that two lines Jn tho most obscure place In his paper would be read by nearly everybody Ic Lhat city Prove Itteald the mercha Say anything about me you want to In two lines The solicitor put In two lines saying the merchant wanted to buy 100 cots and 200 dogs The ad was sandwiched between some modloi liners on the Inside page That nig 17 boys nod three xlrls brought In doge and the next morning andunlll late aL night his store was crowded with per sons with dogs and cats to sell 000 time there was snob a jam In his 8tore that be had to close the trout door and lot those In the store go out by the reli door Early next morning the mer chant rushed to tho newspaper oak and closed a contract for a years ac vertiilng Already ho has had such aD Increase In business that a new room will bo added to his toreEx Low round trip rates to Washington ccouotGAR On account or Lto Grand Army reunion at Waehlngto D C the Chesapeake Ohio will 8ell round trip tickets from Lexington aL 811 65 and at correspondingly low rate from all points Tickets will bo sol on Oct 3rd 4th 6th and Oih and will be good to return until Nov 3 If dour Id Extensive preparations are beln made by the government authorities In Washington to deoorato and illuminati he capital in the most gorgeous man nor Low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during th cunlon to all the battlefields and oasi Ira cities between Norfolk and New York The C O will have two rast trains each way with finest slaeplo car coach and dining car service tea erslng more historic country than anv other line For full information or leeper reaervntloo gee any ticket gent or G W Darney Lexington Ky 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC n H Foetor alb 8 2d St Salt Laic CU1 writes I have ben bothered with dyspepsia or Indigestion for 21 yeariried many doctors without relief recently got a bottle of Herbine One bottle our- cd me I am now tapering oil on the sec- lond 1 hue recommended it to my It is curing them too COc at cnnyo Drug Storey It was a oneminute ten cents surgical perationmerely the pricking with a needle of a little brake on the calf of tllo eaidcnts left legand 10000 columns o r newspaper space are taken in leMnK- and retelling of it On its face tho mattu Is a trivial one but carries disappointmen to millions of expectant people through out the Middle West Louisville Times GROUP Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chillness sneezing 80e throat hot skin quick pulsohoarso ness and impeded respiration Give fro qucnt small does of Mallards Horehound Syrup tbe child will cry for it and nt- the first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently JJalards Snow Liniment externally to the throat 50c at Pennys Dru Stor- eSheGood evening Lets see accepted you last night did I not HeYou surely did And only the nllrht before that you refused me uy You want to be very careful about Lhose dates and not get em mixed She Suppose you try It again and well make It best two out of three At the meeting of the Faith Curiits In Jersey City a Philadelphia woman testllied that by means of faith and praer she bad been cured of being an- aotrees That may be a good way to- cure female socalled actresses but decayed cabbage and unsound eggs are better forthu male variety Lexlng ton Democrat I White blackberries are tbexlatctt lavement of horticultural science They In California As to the or- dlnary blackberry you will observe LbaJ they are always red when they are eestiGeorgetown Times I I M J Huffman sold to Josiah WblL- eawork horse for 140 There have been times the whenI beasts teen more werclful 11humancast to them in the arena It is astonish ing how little sympathy women hllIC for women In the home the mistress sees the maid with the signs of suiTerii she recognizes so well but she does not lighten the sick girls load a touch of her finger In the store the forcworm sees the pallor and exhaustion which mark womanly weakness but allow quitDoctormakes weak women strong and lick womaulydiseasesand the strength sterile PreI- Cription establishes regularity dries weakening drains inflamrnntic end ulceration and cures female weal ness When I tiNt commenced using Dr Pierce medicine writes AIr GlOrFCA Strung of RanMToort Saratoga Co was from female weakness a liearinEUcnvn pains weak tirefeeling a the time I draggeu around In that way for begatwo taking A n taking the fiOlt J ont JCd letter I took four botlnof Dr rtcfcca FOrrte lretcriptlonl two of Golden Medical Dl or the Pleasant Idlta all RcmyNowyoumdidueFavorite Prescription makes weal women strong women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Dr tierces Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for deliCAte women Tho health authorities of Ilowllt Green removed Luther It Porter his wife and child to Warren county pti house by puree Tho removal was rnado alter pieffla e had been received that Jndj linker had dissolved the temporary In Jonetion granted by Judge Drake of Wr ren county In his decision Judge Darker sustained the right of the Board of Health to move to pesthouies persons sMtott with s smallpox stating In his opinion Ibi It was a hardship whloh would have tab endured for tbe good of the oenmuoity There k no Uw against the holding of party primaries on tho day of the rrguln election but it Is a growing custom the could be moro honored In the brwic than the observance A large percentage our Kontuoky friends the Republican my are mentally incapable of dlstin ulhing between the two kinds of she ions when held MmultaHcooily in the HMO neck o tho WOOtIIJoulnllle rimes I I A peculiar damage salt has been brought against a street railway company of New York by Simon ICurtt who Neb to recover the sun of 910000 becauso t fall which compelled him to ihave oft Ids board Kuttz Is a cantor or singer In a synagogue Since losing bit beard he do lares he can no longer follow his profc ion under the rules of tbe church No permanent good Is expected to reo sult from Secretary lays note on Rau isnias treatment of Hebrews Roumanla it Is said fears only superior armies luropo may telze on the occasion to tell Ihe United States to mind Its own bUl- lneu The President has oancood all his re taming engagements and returned to aibington to undergo an operation for an abscess on his leg rejultlug tram- Ihe trolley accident at Pitlaflold Mill Bert Axllno and Jim Ratcllff white charged with William Mosely colored with the murder of J N llawkinn at axlngton wore dismissed and released on motion of the Commonwealth I A orowd estimated at 40000 people gathered at the Kentucky Stale Fair Tues day It was the biggest orowd that hid- evor been assembled upon any public caslon In the State The dead body of Mike Madden was round near DoWlIng Green Ho is supposed 10 have been murdered Tho Lexington It Georgetown electric roal Is to build a line from Lexington to Paris Tho burning of a Hour milling plant at Bowling Green caused a loss of 132500 DISSOLUTION The snajorUp of tho stockholders of the NMI Oreok it Oa Co have decided to- close iu business and wind up Its allalrs- AU persons having claims agnlntt It will esent to the undersigned 8ept13 IMS PonEtftos Rain Pren J M PorrtM SIlO NOTICE Sealed bids will bo received for a Keeper 01 the oar Mimeo and also for Jan 1bysl clan of Lincoln county for the year 1908 SaId bids to be filed with the County OIerk- not later than S oclock pm Oct 0 loot Farm For Stale I hhtnz ta locals In town I Oler for sale my small t larm of at acres situated on Untrt an Kneb LIck Turnpike one mne Iron Shelbyflty The in rronments are aB new eons stung a dwelling of rooms barn corn crib buggy house sm6k house etc two TOsf wells and a pond h abundant water On make a clear title and IIlv possession at ones For further Information call on or address B W UUh Shelby City Ky r SBiliousness Makes WChronic Invalids when the Unr Is torpid sad tails to do lu work the bile enters the blood u a virulent ratiOn Theo come constlpauon btllousaea sick headache even and malariaThe only treatment that gives the liver lust the nah touch and tatty Natures work In the Sight manner u 1AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pill louche the liver and the pellet woe the system I ni23 dote tor 5 days oat IS menu and Lou your case u exceedingly bad you I v wiU be roll before you finish them Sample tire For ante at B till dealers FOR SALE DY W D MRODERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STOREr LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO Directors J n Iaxton J n owltOJ 8 It Sbnibt WO Walker OeoJ W OarUr SuccMsom to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company sad under lII- eDaarllment eootlnaously for N years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT IIovlHr such btislncM relations will prove routunlly benr tetal First National BankStnntord KTf Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This institution WI eUMIb4 as the llrpolt Hank of Stanford is ISM then reorgalud as the Nnllosial nk of Stanford IB JMtS and agates reocgaalae4 as the PInt National lUik of lUnford la 16SJ baring lad pracUonlly KB asloler rupted ezieteuce for 41 esre It Is toiler supplied caw with farllUles for transact Inp iMUlnen promptly sad well than ever before IH tin lour honorable caNer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited f1oniTake PiUsbut action cannot be seturrJ bile make the IIt their Lr ural Q impels arilIncreasing dunes attain the form on theI cf BC RUPLEY The Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of saIOE i And Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Hustonville Property for Sale will offer at private sale my situated on the north tide of Main on street In Ky 01 hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property is well for hotel or houso and livery stable having on sates nlco livery barn 04x73 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purpose and vacant lot for 1rlI resldenc If desired Everlasting water In Is well fur prlyato and- now rented for that purpose It you want good paying property In Hustonville pall on or address 18 Carpenter Ituston vlllo Ky PU BLIC SALE Having to go West will at- my firm at Preacher vine on the Grab Orchard pike on- SATUUDAY 11 SII the named property Three rood brood or work mares an horse good twoyearold goldlng1- She jack jennet caw and shoats No Jersey miler cow 2cnlvCl corn crush er 2horse cultivator 1horso oulllra or now plow mowing machine hay rake Jbbrse corn dlso hare ow 2horse and harness and harness good new lot of bold and kitchen furniture Including one rgun good as new Terms on day of rile 0 W KINO JI CHANDLER Auct Sycrs9uaSailaaa1N1 Officers II etIAN1ISPresldsot Ju UWSLm P MhMr 1wiiAsst Cashier Officers J 8 11OOKBR Prtst J J UoHOItRRTS Ohr Tf Ii llkprr Directors P RLtewU OB 8 T Marrta Lincoln Ott J 3 ItMkM Ltnootn Oo W It Wattoa Unooln Oo J II OIIIlr orb OrerdM O ar 8UDti nt 8 II lUuctinwa sunford T r UPI euaford Jas ItoMasoa llabble L If Itaaebroaa Stanford W TaU SUnfurd 1 ITheytemporully bowels regular e secretes enough to lInHoU execute natural funTims tathirts g c Ivereootlnwal results to endsthoi Ii FIFTY CENTS PDR r Merchant Dealorlo I property eaatsidnot College llusUinvllle consisting ar ranged boarding n allunlInllo Property arranged s determined I OOTOnKH following I t 8 3 I I turning I buggy a 8 J WBAHRN I Fifty aero of rood grow sod good spring wter for rent for tnlaoee of year three miles from titnlordOil farm See- lwte 1r J nnwwitn Mnd ly BROWN BROW- NAttorneysatLaw Office In Masonic Dltlg SOMERSET Room 0 KY I Win Practice IB sit tiM SiiUo Oourti also In Slates and tlankraptey Courts OolleetlcHM toad sad pruMftUr remitted Farm for Sale Contains IM sore of Site Hanging Pork land and bas open it and out building Is In a high slate of eultlratlnn and well fenced aad watered Is known a the B T Young farm and Is In Turner f CooperRichard IIgIIIITIMBER LfND FOR SOLE In order to settle tbe partncrslilnbutlncst of John llontu Jr and J U Coulter Mr Ilonta having died last December we willetoll J760 acre of timber land In Adair coun ty Ky This land contain between 400WO and Jeooeeo feet of Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of laud II clone to the famous oil Held of Wayne county and Is exceedingly well y otIor some one Ior particular apply to iOscarIlonta J 0 COULTER Mlddlcburg Ky rEjEMJ3EJ That socalled cheap insurance is tho dearest thing on earth That n dollar paved in tho premium may cost yon a hundred in n loss That only solid cash in eight nnd experienced imuiagoniout guarantee euro indemnity That insurance in the Jlomc of Now York can bo relied an Josse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardIlorlo sec Of soy Counties