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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALiVOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1903 8 A M NO 5G i LIBERTY W I Oodbey of Peorla III It vie Itlne bis people In Casey O R WlUlnioo was In Lexington and Paris visiting tbo stock markets last week Mr Dollle Coot and little girls era vlilllor her sitar Mr Dr Edit In Owcnsboro Miss Evoos Rlggtns who li attend Ing school made her home aflylnR vie it at Evona Mrs Sallie Humphrey and Miss Mel jssa Adam were visiting their old home MMe Olive P W Napier James Cowdcn and Ike Wilkinson of this place are DOW In business In Loulivllle Mr E F Kldd Is having the foundations of his barber shop laid between the Exchange Hotel and the naDir MM Etta Wilkinson attended the funeral of her niece Mitt Stella nude J son who died at Dunnvllle Friday of consumption Oockbam day Tuesday was attended by a large crowd of democrat republicans women and children and was a day long to be remembered by tbeI democrat of Casey Hon 0 E Stone and family left for Montlcello this week where he 11110 cate His many friends regret hi leaving Casey but with him much sue cess In his sew home O A Thomas and family 8d W S t Thom of CAM county Mfiiourl who bUD bean vfiltlDtf hero for the past montb returned home Saturday They bad been gone from Casey for 19 years LAND STOCK CROPS ETC M D Eubank bought of H D Sur ber of Pulaikl a young Jack for 1210 J F Cook and E H Deaxler sold 80 Nebraska horses at Richmond Tuesday at 125 to 130 Dan Patch went the half mile track a t Lima 0 In 2O1 breaking th worlds record FoR SALT1 extra good two yea old cotton mule H 0 Daughman Iluitonvllle Ky Three Berkshire boars re and ready for service1 for tale Mar Ilardln Stanford We bavn an order for yearling and twoyearold cattle Bee us before you sell Lutes Co FOR SALE Fire Polled Angus bull calves sod 1000 bales of hay J W Daughman Stanford FOR SAGETwo good milk cow giving an abundance of milk Loo Box 101 Stanford Ky McChosney won the Twin Oily Han dlcap at Sheepshead Day Watcrboy the favorite did not start There were 300 cattle and 2200 sbcoo on the Richmond market Monday The former sold at 21 to 4c and tbe latter a t 21 to 3c- Wo will have a lot of Nebraska hors ot at the stock poo at depot Monday neat court day See them E H Beazlcy S Co Lute k Co shipped a carload of hogs from Moreland which they bought at 5 to 6lc They will ihlp one from here this mornlbg bought at 60 They hue 400 engaged at C- oAt tire N J Lawrence1 sale yes terday yearling cattle brought 63 05 2 year olds 1300 and big cattle 41 eta Corn old at 1200 at the heap Farm Ing Implements sold high MaJ Dolmar In an attempt to lower the record of Crcsceus 2021 on the Now York State Fair track made the mile In 201 This is the tastes time ever made by a gelding on any track r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Hon W T Bills of Owensboro wit speak at Danville next county court dayJ Shack Firkin while at work at Durntldo with a foot adz severed an artery In his leg Burrlll Uarrl a Doyle county farmer is In Jail at Somerset charged with felling whisky Nearly 20000 peoplo attended the Somerset fair the four days The small cat attendance was on Friday and tbe largest on Tbursdajr Mrs Whltl Rose Itlylngneardeathi door at her homo near Mlddleburg as the result of a briar scratch on her foot which developed Into blood poi soning t IAa confernnco of James Andrew Soott and J A Sullivan attorneys re spectively for Dora Brock and the Casslu M Clay heirs at Richmond i the bearing was sot for Sept 20 j Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such u brief was the condition of an old sot dler by name of J J Havens Versailles 0 For years bo was troubled with kidney disease and neither doctors nor med icine gave him relief At length he tried IIonfor Liver son earth r and all forms of Stomach and Rowe Complaints Only 60c Guaranteed ell p Druggists I KINGSVILLE Ellaabeth la the name of the beautl ful little dauzhWr who ba arrived at tbe home of Mr and Mrs D P DI seen t The Canning Factory U In full blast Over 11000 cane were Oiled with toma tocsin one day ThU Promises to be the banner Scar for the Klogiyllle Canning Company Messrs John Howe and Mack Wll lIam spent a few dare In Somerset Mrs Hello Burgess of Louisville has returned home after a visit to relatives here Mr Fred Burgess returned with her Mrs Rebecca McCarty of Pine vllle U the guest of her sons W Land J M McCarty Mrs Fannie E Carey has been quite tick but Improving Mr W L Mo Carty and son have returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Will Davis at Plncvllle Miss Doyle Sims has re turned from Somerset Our popular station agent J Howo together lLbI W R CunJItT will leave soon for a Western trip Quito a number from here attended the Somerset fair Your correspon dent returned Monday from a pleasant visit to friends at Sornerm Wo took in the fair and bad the pleasure of see Ing Mr SM Owens win a blue ribbon We alo saw our wouldbe but wont be next governor Col Morris Belle nap We oouldni bear him pay anything during his speech and be cer tainly was not encored Everything U la realllness for the great 0 A R reunion The merrygo round and the snake cater are on band and the Crab Orchard band Is expected J M McCarty Dan Hester and others will run hacks and meet all trains W Kirk Doone who speaks of the cheapest end the best as that fly paper Is coming with a lot of for nets which paper from now on le be a regular Institution renownewas or a with the assistance of A Somersetrwhere he was met with an automobile and taken to the fair grounds whero be forkhereof all whom he met In fact be fcema to be universally popular which is not surprising with his humor tellect and affable manner It rUt mored hero that Mr Elkln contom plates running for the State Senate and everyone agrees that Mr Etkln Ie poolkwe o wishing him as complete success In hit ambition to reach the Senate as he bat attained In isle present vocation as a Maccabee organizer MIDDLEBURG nora to the wife of John Wheat democrat Don P Bransom and Walter MoKln oey bave entered A and M Coliegel I LexloftonIRid J Q Montgomery preached e the Christian church Sunday and Sun day evening Rev J B Fcrrell still engaged In a protracted meeting at the Elllebur Baptist church Eld J Q Montgomery closed a very successful meeting at Mt Olive Satur day night Quito a number of addi tion wero made to the church A protracted meeting wlll begin a t tbe Baptist church at this place Mon day night Oct 12 The meeting will be conducted by the Revs J B For roll and Oeo Baker the latter of fern side Mrs Charles Montgomery of Yosemite Is very low with typhoid fove 1and fear are entertained for her recovery She was removed to the home of her father Monday near Qlch Hill with the hope that she would be beno fitted Farmers in the lowlands are hopln that old Jack Frost will defer bis lire visit a tow week as there are hun dred of acres of corn in the bottom silk and tassel that would bo ruined otherwise the corn crop In Casey will be a large one Tuesday was a glorious day for th Casey democracy and one of th largest political gatherings over as ambled in this county beard Governor Bcckbam at Liberty discuss tbo issue of the campaign There were fully 600 people In town nearly 000 of whom succeeded In gaining entrance to courthouse where tho epcccb makiD took place Tho Governor was well received and loudly applauded Con grcseman Ollie James was in his ha plest mood and made an excellent ad dress Bucklens Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous curse It surpasses any other salve lo tlon ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tet ter Salt Rheum Paver Sore Chapped d Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at all Druggists LANCASTER nOire are high and scarce In this lo calltyeTbe graded school has enrolled 250 a iTbe ovCr the roturb of Dr Pearce to the pastorate here Dr J M Acton Is laying a concrete pavement In front of his house on Lex legion street Tbe Christian Sundayschool here will Join the Hubble Sundayschool In a picnic In that locality Saturday Hemp Is now being cut and a two third crop Is reported Tobacco rail era are also cutting the weed and say that It It good- J W Sweeney sold his land lo Adalr county known as the T J Smith farm of 000 acres to W C Smith for 4000 The suburban farm of 200 acres own ed by Dr H C Herring and Mra Su san Fisher was told Saturday to Jae I Hamilton for 170 per acreJJ A Doty sold a carload ot export cattle to Richard Gentry at 4 85 Jake and John Robinson bougbtalot of feed t leg cattle at Buckeye for 3ic A strip of road known as life Polly Bend turnpike Is belnlrcoDetructed lq Lower Garrard only H mites will be completed before tbe winter season The union Sunday evening service In vogue during tbe Summer have been discontinued and tbe various pastors now preach to their respective congre gations Elder F M Tinder has returned from assisting Rev J T Hawkins In a protracted meetlngal tbe Indian Creek church near Cynthlana and reports an Interesting revival It Is reported that Mr Margaret Gulloy of this county widow of the late Coley Gulley Is soon to be given tbe clerkship In D R Collier office now held by Clay Miller Mrs Mary Carrier who was adjudg ed Insane by tbe county court last week and ordered to the Lakeland Asylum died la the county jail She refused nourishment and had not spoken for several days Good picture of the city council appeared in tbo Central Record The following gentlemen compose the noun oil Judges Robinson and Hemphlll Mayor Klnnalrd J Joseph J A Beaz Icy and E W Morrow The following delegates from the Christian church attended tbe C W B M and S S convention at Rich mond Mesdames R E McUobcrts E G KaufTman W R Burnetto and Wm Gregory Misses Salllo Elkin and Arnold Mr Theodore Wintenralth of Lou isville b with friends here Jesse Ar nold and wife of Lexington were here with relative Miss Emma Myers of 8alllae Myers Miss West loft Tuesday for Washington City Earl Ward and Willie Fox Logan have entered school at Lexington Mist Theo Hemphlll en- l teralncd a tow frlocdt Tuesday eve Ding Mesdames Glass and Scott o Jessamine attended the MasonHaynca wedding Mlis Maggie fright of Stan gford is the guest of Miss Mary Thomp eon Miss Maggie Tomllnson has returned from a vitlt to Loultyllle as Lexington Mite Sara Belle Minor bat matriculated at CampbeUHagerman College Lexington The most brilliant marriage to occur dare for some time was that of Mitt Katherine Logan daughter of exCir cult Clerk W B Macon and Mr Roy Asa Haynes of Germantown Ohio The ceremony occurred at 10 A M on Wednesday aubo Pre byterlaacburcb H N Faulconcr officlatln as Thr0 maid of honor Katie Lee Denny and the bridesmaid Miss Edith Morrow were go wood In pink and carried pink roses The bride was attired In white and a bunch of white roses Al 6three wore large picture bats The groomsmen ware hissers Lou Haynes Henn derson were m Danny Ed Walker Louis Herndon Harry Anderson W Adams and Dr renderawee milritary as a ultyof the Miami Military Institute A lunch was served by Mr und Mrs W B Mason after which tbo bridal party loft for the Buckeye State The out ScottgMr and Mrs Haynes of Ulllsboro 0 parents of tbo groom and Mr West anpd Ilr What Is Life In tho last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it Is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain reo suits Irregular living moans derange ment of the organs resulting In Constlpa tiers Headache or Liver trouble Dr KlngssNew Life Pills quickly re adjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25o at all Drug Stores HUSTONVILLE Iw D Rocker Is off duty In the rev nue business this month Miss Cora Peacock has returned from visit to Dr Bobons family John Reed ot Moreland has sold his livery business to Hardln Cochran who will continue the business at tbe old stand F P Com beet of Casey sold Myers Lyon a large field of corn at 12 per barrel In the field and several tons of hay at 13 Over 100 tickets to tbe Somerset fall were sold at Moreland last week In addition to this there wero quite a I Dumber who drove through The Kentucky Supply Co of Dan ville for the pest six months did a bus these of 8103000 and under tbe able management of ounformer countynan 3 H Ci fright will continue to succeed We are Informed that Walter Van arsdalo Skinny has rented the Mrs Jenlcln farm near our town on the- M Iddloburg pike He It contemplating taking a partner In his business during he coming winter Mrs Hattlo Bishop has gone homo with Mrs H R Gideon to Roanoke Ala to spend tbe winter C W Ad awe hat rented tbe Miss Mao Logan cottage on Main street and will move his family there next year W W Lyon sold Richard Gentry for Nels Morris 50 500pound cattle at 5c for Oct delivery This was the beet bunch of this kind of cattle we think in Llncolo county John S Goode sold to John Russell a pair of 2yearold mules for 1225 A cabin belonging to John Steele Carpenter In which be bad stored about 200 tone of baled bay was horned The fire was discovered but too lato to save anything It Is supposed to bave been of Incendiary origin No Insurance Mr Carpenter has the sympathy of every law ablding citizen In the community Len G Edelen has a contract from a largo manufacturer of boots and shoes In the East to paint upon tbe highways and byway of tbe State In first class IUdSPllt1telfor 20 years and where introduced are great favorites on account of their stay log qualities The committee having in charge tbe buying of pews and furnace for the Christian church bere has placed their order for same which are strictly up todato and are to bo installed within days While these much needed changes are In progress they should ar range a place for the organ and choir that they may face the audience as in all other well regulated churches Tbe singing would be much more effective and this would not prevent but aid any of the audience In keeping better time the entire work would be heifer- MATRIMONIAL KatlorEdward McAfee and Miss Fannie Van Lear both of Mercer will be mar rued Sept 23 MluIJ D Longs A wedding which will be of interest to friends In Danville will be that of Dr Howard J Marra and Miss Flor once G Payne both of Frankfort Tbe marriage will be solemnized In Octo her Advocate Mr and Sirs J D Battle of Ewell announce tbe engagement of thou r handsome daughter Miss Florence Bastln to Eld J W Hall of Lazing ton Bible College The marriage will occur in November A Boys Wild Ride For Life IWith family around expecting him to a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Laughs and Colds W II Brown of Lcesville Ind endured death agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon sleepicures Consumption Dron chitin Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless Throat and Lung Guaranteedtroubles bottles 50c and 1 Trial bottles free at all drug stores Sir Norman Lockyer In an address before the British Association for tbe Advancement of Science asserted that Great Britain was falling behind Ger many and the United States In educa tion because of InsuOiolent State aid and compared the great sums expended for sea power with tbe tmall sums expended for brain power The worlds bicycle record for woman for 1000 mites has been broken by Miss Sadie Knowlton of Boston She finished a circle of that distance In 99 hours and five minutes IThreo prisoners JailIescaped from the J THE J1 M1 j j TRADE MARKIWhen you see the above mark on a ehoe strap you may know that you are looking at tbe best shoe made for men S5OO AND GooI High Grade goods only Our new stock of them is now complete Try a pair r w T o mILLER Danville KB GLOBEi Galvanized Guttering I For House or BarnPtOe Per Foot JaR HASELDEN Lancaster Ky PURE VINEGARS Mane people undoubtedly have the impress ion and quite reasonabl so in these days of harmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however H J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable and supply pure foods only Their Vinegars fully comply with the Pure Food LImB not only of every State in the Union but of every country in the world We sell and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind Heinz Malt Vinegar Heinz Pickling Vinegar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food Products Comejro HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paintfing gives an air of prosperity and Good paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go fur ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the to use In it will jpnintsPennys Drug Store Of old treat on 1 i Lots of Music Snake Eater Sc Go and take your refresh moots will bo served on tho H C KY Goods Fit Give Him a Call Stanford Ky 11 I Attend the ReUnion Soldier Kingsville Thursday Friday and Saturday Sept 1012 Orators Splendid Flying Dutchman family Abundant grounds RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Warranted Gunanteedi A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotbinaar to tbe people of Lincoln County He will please you both in work and f price Write to him THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E CX WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR U a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action ol the democratic party GEO W DE BORD It a caruUtte for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Uncoln county subject to the action of the democrats party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WI HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party t A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party e Democratic Ticket For Governor J C If BECK1IAX For Lieutenant Governor W P TUORSE Fur Auditor of State- S W 11AGER For Treatttrer II M BOS WORTH For Attorney General MB HAYS For Secretary of State JI Y McCHESNEpI For Superintendent of Public Instruction J Jl FUQUAtFor Committioner J1UBERT REELANDI For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CIHAiV C For Railroad Commissioner trak C Co MCHORD For Circuit Judge W COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON THE OLDTIMER In the Harrods burg Democrat who takes us to taw for saving that Hon D L Moore friends eboud pull him out of the race for Congress eeetna to be an oldtimer Indeed Like most ol the oldtimers his recollection of occurencea of fifty years ago are much clearer than of the happenings of recent date Ho tells about the wonders achieved by Mercer statesmen but of course doesnt mention the ignominious defeats of Hons Watt Hardln and John B Thompson The only time Kentucky ever went re publican was when Mercer had the democratic etaodard bearer the only time this district ever went republican the democratic nominee was a Mercer county gentleman He tells of Col Moores valuable service in the Senate for four years and of his pecu liar knowledge of parliamentary law and lo and behold I points out his work in the Danville judicial convention ala example The woodchucks remark before taking his departure Is certainly in order The daddy of the Dan villa convention has heretofore been a question of doubt but OLD TuIER clears up the matter In his Interesting eulogy ot Col Moore Like the OLD TIMER we too are sorry that interest in the Congressional race has grown tot such an extent before the gubernatori al ticket Is elected but Hon Harvey Helm of this county is no more re sponsible for it than Mercer countys candidate of merit and high esteem Hon R C Warren of Stanford start ed the ball arolllng along In April or May by telling tne Danville Advocate that he was a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for Congress and was In the race to stay and win We would copy OLDTlMERs article In full but feel that we can use the space bet ter In urging the election of Mercers three other candidates Messrs Chino Bell and Hardin the State ticket and Hon J M Alveraon for Representa styeCoLBELKNAP declines to make any promises that he will not pardon the Ib assassins of Gov Goebel should he be elected governor making the lame ex cuse that he will not stake the lives of his fellow citizens In a political game This Is a right cute answer the old Ice burg gives but be cant fool all of the people by It To pardon the whole mur derous crew that brought about the firstlgot hold of the reins of the State gov orament which Is only the remot est possibility we are glad to say Gov Beckham is as sure to be reelectd as Nov 3rd comes and his majority will not be only a few thousand either Gov BRADLEY Is going to do what everybody who knows him well believ ed be do speak for the republi can ticket All he needed was a little flattery and coaxing y MADISON county democrats are to be congratulated on nominating for Rep resentatlvo that sterling young democrat Hon Richard W Miller editor of the Register He has made several speeches In the campaigns ot this county and those who heard him will testi fy as to his ability to represent our good neighbor county AN Omaha girl found a burglar In her room knocked him down with a chair saL on him until the police came consented to and has now blushingly marry him Men must be scarce In Brer Bryane State NEWS NOTES Owing to a strike of bakers In Pana ma there was no bread In the city for a dayCol Mordecal Williams was badly wounded In a light with a burglar at AshlandThe Nebla from Brooklyn carried 81075000 In currency for the Philippines Gov Nash of Ohio was overcome by heat and exhaustion after a visit to the Cincinnati Fall Festival Work at Strattons Independence mine near Cripple Creek has been reo aimed under guard of mllltla Judge Gargle of Jackson fined Cheap John Davis 1100 and put him under 11000 to keep the peace The first annual Congress of school superintendents ot Kentucky has been called to meet In Louisville In November It is estimated that between 30000 and 50000 persons have been massacred by Turks In Monastlr since the Insurrection began and 150000 person are hiding In the mountains- A tornado which swept over Guthrie Okla was too high to do tenons damI age The roof of the Federal Jail was blown off and the 140 prisoners were drenched but no one was Injured The attorneys for Curtis Jett whose trial was called In Cynthlana for the murder ot Town Marshal Cockrell at Jackson succeeded In securing a delay until next Monday but their motion for a continuance was overruled An affidavit has been filed by Countye Attorney Webster of Harrison county charging Juror Jaaper King who pre ydfated the passing ot the death sentence on Curtis Jett and Tom White for the murder of James B Marcum with contempt ot court It is charged that he disregarded the courts Instruc tions and talked over the case with the other jurors before he should have done so and that be expressed his determination not to vote for a death sentence before the case was given to the Jury j POLITICAL Rollin Hurt u good democrat Is a candidate for circuit judge In the Adair district Apoatottlce was established at Cassia Jackson county with Amanda Crawford as postmaster Former Gay McMlllln of Tennessee has made a statement of his Intention to enter the race for the United States Senate John W Riddle ot Minnesota has been appointed consul general and diplomatic agent at Cairo Egvpt vice John G Long deceased- A convention will meet at Walton Oct 13 to nominate a democratic candidate for Commonwealth attorney In the 15th judicial district M L Jarvis of Clinton county and L D Denham of Whltley county have announced as candidate for the republican nomination for circuit judge In the 28th judicial district Ic the democratic primary held In Bretthltt county W D Back defeated A L Haglns antlHargla candidate for circuit court clerk by 245 majority Back carried 8 out of 12 precincts The democratic campaign in Ohio was opened Wednesday night at Akron with speeches by Mayor Tom L John H Clarke canson of Cleveland John didate for United States Senator and Henry George Jr of New York Judge D B Redwine In an Interview said that he had never been a candidate for renomlnatlon in the 23rd Judicial district He said he believed that the party would unite and elect either Robert Rlddell or D D Sublett both of whom now desire the nomination Gpv Beckham and Congressman 01 lie James spoke to a crowd of nearly 1000 people at Jamestown The journey from Liberty to Jamestown was a continuous ovation and they were met by a cavalcade of 100 horsemen a mile out of town and escorted to the hotel where hundreds of people had gather ed to shake hands with the governor He spoke to an immense throng at Co lumbia yesterda His Life Savedby Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Brer a well known cooper of this town says he believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer Ho had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilIous dysentery and could get noth- Ing to do him any good until he tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief says B T Little merchant Hank Md For sale by W N Craig The owner of Lou Dllllon the 2mln ute trotter refused 160000 for her HUBBLE D N Prewitt bought some hogs of J A Hammonds and L G Hubble for 6c Lee Rankle and Tom McBcatb sold some 1200pound cattle to J C Johnson foHc W S Montgomery and family left Wednesbay for Indiana to make their future home Messrs Haven and Harvey McBeath have returned from I a visit to Somerset Samuel Spoon more has rented his farms to J C Robinson and George Wood and will leave with his family soon for Los Angeles Cal where they will spend the winter They will be accompanied by Sidney Dunbar and wife for the bens fit of the tatters health We regret to give up all ot these good people but trust they will have an enjoyable trip and return with the coming of Sprint Mrs Nancy Sloan Is vUltlog relatives In Wayne county B W Givens and wife have returned home alter a visit to relatives In Mlddlesboro A nun ner of people from this community attended ths Somerset fair S E Ovrs lay Is talking of renting his farm of 200 acres near here and going to the moun tales to develop his coal Interests CHURCH MATTERS Father Knune ot Aurora Ind has been called to the pastorate of St Pe ter and St Pauls Catholic church at Danvlllo The meeting at the Baptist tchurch grows In Interest with almost record breaking crowds present each after noon and evening Elds A J Daugherty and J G Liv ingston are holding an Interesting meeting at Whites Cnapel There have have been several confessions to dateI There Is general delight here over the return by conference of Rev P J ROBB as pastor of the Mcthodlstchurcb He Is exceedingly popular both with his congregation and the public Rev Peter Walker was sent to More land Rev J O A Vaught to Dan ville Rev J A Sawyer to Broahead and Rev E H Pearce to Lancaster Preachersvllle Is tb be supplied Rev J W Simpson Is presiding elder of the district Fire at Nashville destroyed property worth 125000 Dr W H Smith proprietor of one of the big buildings destroyed was suffocated to death and- o firemen fatally hurt Judge Osborne has certified to the State treasurer that Sheriff McCord of Clark connty is entitled to the 1500 re ward for thearreat and conviction of Curtis Jett John Brewer a weh known traveling man died at his home In Lebanon Congressman Borelng is some better Owes His Life to a Neighbors Kindness Mr D P Daugherty well known throughout Mercer and Sumner counties W Ya most likely owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor Ho was hope lessly Meted with diarrhoea was attended by two physicians who gave him little if any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious condition brought him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy which cured film In lets than 24 hours For sale by W N Craig 4FOR SALE I A good mare and colt alto young cow Calf Just weaned J II DRinUT Stanford Ky HOME FOR SALE It offer for sale my property In Lancaster Ky The house U a twostory brick with frame ell eight rooms with two acres of land and Is one of the ben hornet In town Will tell or trade for a small farm For further particulars write B F WALTER Lancaster Kv Osteopathy In Lancaster Kyl Tbli U the new science of healing disease without the aid of drugs Osteopathy U founded upon the established tact of Anatomy and It treats all curable diseases with wonderful success many of the socalled Incurable cases responding readily to the treatment It are In search of health It Is certainly worth your while to Investigate this new method Ex ami nation and consultation without charge OHlce at Mason Hotel DR BID ISDELL J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv IOood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal PUBLIC SALE I On the Ed Meoerty farm four tulles test of Stanford on tho Knob Lick pike I will tell on THURSDAY SEPT SI IDOl At public auction the toUowing described Four work mules 2 fouryear olds elgMyenrold and nineyearold goal ones mare gentlo enough for family two milk cows steer calf four ows and pigs 22 shoats some large hogs two farm wagons six sets of harness Su Disc drill Tiger Disc harrow double A1 steel harrow corn planter good as new mowing machine 4 plows cultivators 3 buckboards I carriage set of new buggy harness and set of old ones all kinds of small tools too numerous to men tion acres of corn In shock stack of millet household and kitchen furniture Sale begins promptly at 030 oclock TiBna Sums 10 and under cash over that amount bankable note Terms of tale must be complied with before property is moved B L 4 ciORRND LEADER 1 A f T A New Fall goods are arriving on every freight The seasons newest and prettiest styles Re member we save you money on every purchase 1 Y25 pieces now silk mercerized ox1 fords the best thing for Fall wnists Fine lino of patterns at 15c a yard New line of eilk vcstiugs for waists Beautiful colors at 18o a yard 38iucb allwool Venetian in all shades worth C5c n yard special price ISo a yard 40inch lustre in black and color worth G5e special price 47o a yard 25 pieces yard wide percale the newest patterns special ilt 8 Jc n yard Full line of lining near silk mercerized sateens spun glass and silk sheen Prices 10 to 35c n yard Sec the special Josephine under M Prors S Notice To Hedge Fence Grow ors Land owner maintaining hedge fences alongtmbita highways ate notified It 1 unlawful to obstruct either the dlwhe or- rlghtof ways by leaving the brush on the road any so offending will be pros ecuted If tame U not removed In a reason able time JAS I IIAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court 8 PRICE Stanford Ky OBeoTtr a tEobartaDrut Store In Owilsj FOR SALE Illack Berkshire hogs Southdown sheep High Orade bucks onerearold J STEELS CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky R A Stanford Ky 0 Storm Telephone N u 91 DR P W Stanford Kentucky Office in Myers House Flats d W Wallace B Son and Fancy Horso Sheers West Main Btroot Stanford Kentucky Nice Home For Sale Cottage of three room and porch In Morelaud Cool garden feed stable and large warehouse Will sell at loW price with terms tosnlt purchaeerr Property belongs to Rico Turner llle but will be by me Olear title- D 0 8111LK Moreland Kv I Notice Is hereby to the owners and holders of the f 10000 Lincoln County Per Cunt Refunding bonds of series Sept 21 U0903 that the court will redeem said rie of bonds at the Lincoln County National Rank of Stanford Ky on Sept Si 1003 as provided In the face of said bond JAMBS P BAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court FOR RENT My farm containing M acres with good thereon loiter for rent prlvatulyr 25 acres to In corn 12 in wheat and remaining 20 acres for grass land Will crop and stock on the place vately stock water and all necessary outbuildings Including it good stock barn Farm must lie rented In the next 3 or I weeks It lays miles from Hustonvllle on Mlddloburg pike Possession given at once MRS V JENKINS Hustonvllle FOR SALE I For good reasons I will tell my farm of 75 acres alt In grass except acres miles from Paint Lick Ky on tags and outbuildings For matlon call on or redress MATTIE H Paint Lick Ky skirt worth 8100 80c Wo also carry the Sarcsis underskirt at SOc Ladies readymade skirts in silk radians oxfords home spills Tone thane and mohairs Prices from 8160 to 815 See our line of childrens ribbed hose double knee oxtra weight They are regular 15o goods lOo a pair Apron Ginghams good quality 5c n yard Special lino Indict 8500 patent viol shoes French hcol new plain opera too special price 8819- We are making very close prices minis clothing You can buy from IU8 8 C do suit for 3 75 7 60 suit for 4 08 10 00 suit for 7 12 CO suit for 8 15 00 suit for 0 GO 18 00 suit fur IS 50 III mens hats we have the largest stock You cn buy regular- S 1 00 hat for C9c 1 25 lint for 79o 1 50 hat for 80o 2 00 hat for 1 00 2 50 hat fur 1 35 rt 3 00 hat for 1 Seeing believing Look 75JAll the new styles null shapes I THE GRAND LEADERIIB LEVY I CO LEVYMnnapor one A SurgeonDentist iiInuidla- eTHOROUGHBREDS JONESDENTIST 9cwoverUlgginslblcKlnneye Carter- DENTIST Blacksmiths NOTICE dwelling go Ac 34 pike WYLIEi at at at on 09j nt O Withers Furniture Co Donlors in Fino Furniture Carpots Hugs Wall Paper Window Shades fcc Manufacturers of Picture Frames I RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till 1st at reduced pricesIThe 17 The 25 The 80 kind will go nt The 885 kind will go ut8 O The 810 kind will go Time 50 kind will go ntS476tYou have never hail sented to you before so now is your chance F All stoves will beset up in your kitchen nndIguaranteed GEO H FARRISa CO Stanford Ky Watches Of Quality for Ladies andtMen 4 Watches that will be a credit to the wearer Plainw I or beautifully engraved cas es containing reliable works to make perfect timepieces PRICES RIGHT i w H MU Stanford LLERtir We Want You All To Jf Come and bo numbered among our regular customers You will certainly see tbat bePsides n decided saving of money there arc many other advantage to be gained by purchasing your groceries from mo A glance at these prices and comparison of quality should prove Convincing heft Mason glass Jars SIc per dozoni best tin Jlerpoundgars moats In fact all heavy and fancy groceries sold la proportion Come and bo con J Wi PERRIN the Grocer 110 Maln dt Stantnrd Kv JUST RECEIVED i A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufactIured for MEN W E PERKINS Crab IKy S Y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL AfA STANFORD kv = SKIT 11 1003 n In filling your prescriptions wo uio tho right medlclnci In tho exact llODi and with proper care Wo could not do better H yon ui double tbo price which la always reasonable Pen 4 CTI Druz Store i 1PERSONALS QUEY li at tail ablo to ride jMANLY B Tuesday HILTON was down from 0 LACKEY of St Louis II with hit father hero MIL WEAHEN OUCHES li gtudylnjf telegraphy at the Rowland office J Mns O L HANKY of Cincinnati bas been with Mn Cicero Reynolds J A CIIADWICK of Crab Orchard will enter Kentucky University Mon idlY MR DAIWY JEKKEUSOV of Louis I Mahonr Tllfe spent several days Rev R B Miss MVIITLE ODANNON Is bac from a protracted visit to friends at redhead MRS JOSEiilComCY wootlo Lon don Tuesday to set her niece Mist LIn- da Dllllon MR T V FERRBLL of Somerset was on Tuesdays tralncn route home from Jelllco MRS M L INORAM and children of 4 lr Erin TODD are with her father Mr Isaac Ilamfltoa- M1s888IIELRNJ HOCKER and Mabel Drye of HustonvUle were guests o the Misses Cooper i Miss BYRD GIVBNS of Mlddlesboro Is with her aunts Mrs J C Halley and Lackey7ln It MILLS and lIttle son 1M1I9 are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J n Bright MR S C RoniNSON and wife ol Missouri aro visiting Mr J H Bright Mrs Robinsons brother Mil 0 D Coot n atod daughter Miss Luclle et Stanford were Intox Advocate 1IIIS VBNIB FBLLOVVS and daugh tar Miss Katie of Cincinnati aro tbo guests of Mr Henry Hester MR M B PRCITT Is In Cincinnati to study further the art of embalming at expertI took the train here for Richmond Tuesday 10 attend the C W B M convention M189HS JKNNIR AND LUOY MCKU- NRYI of MaKlqney are RHMlt of Miss traul TWo and Ellitboth Reid IB Dan Mttsus SCK TAYLOR AND KANNIB Wooos ttNbUiMAN have entered tne I Campbell Haeerman College at Lex legion 1 MR W T BUCK and family hay 0 k4ated at Arkansas City Has Miss DoHlo Vanoy went with them and will remain some time I tins AND MRS A T ROIIARDS aud daughter of Tutwller Miss who have been with the Misses Poland loft for their borne Wednesday Moss us HARRY HIOQINS WalterfBg Hopper Welch Rochester and John Owslev Reid have matriculated at Cen tral University Danville I REV U W MILLS and wife of Bus t tonvllle aro attending the C W B M P contention at Richmond as Is Ml Dolllo McRoberts of this place wboIt Lyon and Jennie Carpenter of J West End took Wednesdays train t Richmond to attend the C W B M I convention MISSES SARA AND CHLOB BAUGII MAN loaye Monday for Lexington it I former to enter Hamilton College at the latter to matriculate at Campbell t Hagerman MESsnS JOHN NEVIUS Lawrence t Vanarsdalo and Walter O Saunders at tended tbo party given by Miss Eva Fish ulMt Vernon Wednesday even log They report a lIce time t MR AND MRS WM FIELDS are en r tertaining their cousins Missus Jennie and Nannie Bryant of Cedar Point 0oatJ Mr Rush Johnson of Livingston has also been enjoying a stay with Mr and Mrs Fields MR AND MRS MARION BROWNING and little daughter Grace and Mr and Mrs D D Rambo and little son bavo iireturnedafter a pleasant visit with Mrand Mr Wm FleldlIMn AND MRS L L DOTY arc to movo to Garrard wo aro sorry to say The former has rented Mrs Nannie W Owens farm near Camp Dick Robin 4sea for 1000 and will tako charge at seeding time- MISSBSt LUCILLR AND VIRGINIA t JOUNSON of Kingavllle will leave In a low days for tbo northern part of tho State where tho former will spend a T mooch with friends and relatives sad tho latter will enter tho League InstU uto at Verona t M ASTER RORERT FENZEL who has done splendid work In this office dur I lag vacation will lay down his stick tomorrow afternoon much to the re ret of the office forco Ho will enter tartheor politer boy lives promises to make a great man are r+ good t y 1t IWILLgoods SEVERANCE is In Cincinnati MR W O WHITE of Plneyllle was hero yesterday D R ADAMS of the Highland sec flee spent several weeks at Somerset GEO MENEKEK and Joo Lyon Co Hoy LexingtonMR e In our county for the brat tlmo In over six years Mr Allen used to be ono o the heaviest stock buyer that vjslted our county nil many friends are glad to see him Adalr News HOWARD D COLEMAN has returned to his home at Stanford Ky after B visit In Buffalo Jamestown Warre andlCanada lIe was accompanied b Thomas Coleman antI Mite Claudia Eaton of this city who will spend t6 winter with Mr and Mrs O F Colo man Jamestown N Y Evening Journal LO LS BOARDERS wanted Close to graded school Mrs John Wallace TO FARMERS Stock your coalhouse DoughkMVLESW C Terhuno will be hero Monday court day to buy mulo colts sad yearling mules See him TAXES Your taxes are now duoI Please call and settle before the penal ly goes on M S Baugbman GOOD The Carpenters of Huston vlllo took away oycrll000 won In pram lams at our fair Somerset JouraalI 1Mns DROWN has just returoI cd from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of fill millinery Call and see her + STANFORD Female College opened Wednesday with 14 pupils and naUorIlog prospects of a good r Monday next as- WANTrDA cottage with four o five rooms with stable attached In Stanford Address W B Good Junc cfloc City Ky ALL prescription work Intrusted to mo will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Crr1g4 Hooker TIIBRE came to my place a stray hog weight about 106 pounds Owner ca get acme by paying for this notice and Its keep J D Sartln Stanford Tun fairdeclared aO per OBaaooossDoe era of stock In that enterprise rat his cheek ycster say1N the crowd haMerd Bee ham at Liberty was Squire Jako Wall the lather of light democratic boys all of whom wero present says a from that place BADLY BURNBD By the explosion of the JOy engine he was playing with Albert little son of Mr and Mrs lIon ry D Phillips was fearfully burned about the face end cbestTuesday mot The little fellows sufferings ba been intense but ho has borne them manfully and II is believed ho will pull through without being greatly dl luredI areure1o homehs They are each fully 70 years old but full of life and vigor yet and tho auWrare persons to Sprlor g come In horseback each bringing corn beans peas etc and inotwitbstandlng they live four miles In the country ocoacd cially on their magnificent bluegrass estates might profit by taking a lesson from them BECKHAM AT LIHERTY A crowd estimated at 1500 gathered at Liberty Tuesday to hear Gov Beckham Ion Olllo Janice speak Mr Jesse Wcaren of this place who was pre e tells us that enthusiasm was high and that the model young governor aud Mr James wore given a great ovation A magnificent dinner was served at the Wblpp Hotel soon after which tbo distinguished crowd repaired to the court house Ron Geo E Stone In a splendid effort Introduced Gov Deck ham who talked for an hour along tho lines heretofore published His speech was woll received and liberally applauded Hon R C Warren of this place bad the honor to present Mr Janice to the Immense tbrocg and ho did so most creditably Mr James speech was more humorous than that of the governors and was quite as much enjoyed Mr Steno was culled on and mado a rousing talk It was a big day for democracy In Casey end ono that will belong remembered From w we can gather tbo State of Casoy In lIDo condition politically and If tho democrats do not carry tho county this fall thoy will certainly decrease tho publican majority The gentlemen from this county who were present ex cepting theses already mentioned w ereto Messrs Richard Bibb George W Carter Robert Glvons W A Coffey sad George D Weatherford t THE McKlnney Tent of Maccabees SaturdaySePt HIOOINS Si MoKiNNEY received on Wednesday car load of the famous Old Hickory wagons HluoiNS ft McE I NeYhave loaf ro calved a carload of Old Blckory walt thetWANTED A man that tees equl himself with horses and wagon to won the organ trade For particulars writ J E flumes Danville Ky headyJOUItI you are town lecounty court day Come In and hear Senator McCreary aad Hon N D Hays and last but not least pay your account at this olllco THOSE Indebted to Craig d Hooker will pleases settles at onto a dissolution of partnership makes it necessary to close our books W N Craig Phar macist successor to Craig S Hooker OUR pretty and efficient Klngsvlllo correspondent Miss Elizabeth M Crelghton has our thanks for a batch of new subscribers accompanied by the cash NOTICE hereby given Sept 26 Is the last day for filing claims ageless Lincoln county Including county roads turnpikes merchants otc payable out the levy of 1003 Geo B Cooper olerk Lincoln County Court OUR Hustonyllle friend Mr Geo D Weatherford handsomely entertained Gov J C W Beckham and Hon Olllo James Monday night They were on their way to Liberty to speak when they fell late such good hands R T BRUCE left Wednesday moro lag for Newport News with adozencar loads of export cattle belonging to Messrs Gentry and Lanler of Boyle Bobs services are much sought af ter In looking after big cattle Like his father be Is well posted In the hue iness TUB teachers meetingasvague burg last Saturday was quite a success About 200 were and yoowork The ladles furnished an excellent dinner on the grounds and that was enough left to have fed as many more G Singleton McCREARV AND HAYS Dont forI get that Senator Janice B MeCreary and Hon N B Haye will speak hero Itwlkyou teal more thus ever like putting up eahMn H D CAMPUBLL who bought out Mr T C Willis restaurant and fancy grocery took charge Tuesday morning and Is continuing the thriving business of his predecessor While 3v0NaDICYtog their sojourn horn As soon as Mr Willis winds up bis business here he rywill go back to Richmond and engage SHOT Miss Linda Dtllton the 18 yearold daughter of W R Dillon London accidentally shot herself Tot day morning the ballcnteringtberlght nipple and coming out near the Tbo pistol was a 33callbro and was log In a drawer on a collar she Intend yed to put aD preparatory to going to school It was rumored that she had attempted suicide but she recovered accldekat Coffey of this place and attended col plIIr her recovery PROGRAM of teachers Institute to be bold at Crab Orchard Saturday Sept byDDr p School Management J T Roberts Song by choir Revision of the compul sory attendance law J A Hays Ad vaatages to bo derived b proper loca flea and well furnished school bouses M Mulling Essay Miss Lizzie Petit Possibilities of the public school W T White Language when to begin a recitation and to what grade coat ued Allen Belle Roberts When and how to teach long division Mrs E L Goocb What preparation should tho teachers mako for tho reading lone 0 0 Mr Durham How to best teach spell log Miss Ella leases Illustrate bow the faculties of Intellect feelings and will aro developed by reading Cooll McClary How much arithmetic should bo taught the first two years Miss 01 lie Newland How to teach geogra and when to Introduce textbooks hi Mary Wlleon Education In Kentucky OIehopIuo of knowledge of hygienic laws and tho evil effects of the uo of nercottcs geogrra nt W L Soli Tho relation of the public schools to public life and its relation morale and character l ton Recitation Miss Ellen Holmes Dleblopsecretary GoV BECKIIAU has appointed Hon elprctaljudgewill preside In a number of civil cease CARROLL REIDS great horse The Picket woo another big race Tuesday at Sheepshead Day He detested the speedy Africander and a number of other good ones A the city papers say rouekdayIof reporters have not beard of it There Is a mil tako somewhere and it must be at the other end of the line A LAROE crowd attended the reunion near Klngsvlllo yesterday and the day was spent most enjoyably Hon P oI McRoberts of this place was one of the speakers lion W C Dell of Har rodsbufg will bo today Good music good speaking good things to eat good order and good cheer seem to be the order of things FOILEDA Mr Dunn ands Mist Mlninnl of Danville drove to this place the other night to take tbo train for Jelllco where they honed to be putManhalbeer succeeded In overtaking them be tore the train pulled out They were taken back home still singlesTHE five candidates for sheriff Messrs George W Do fiord Thomas D Newland T J Hill Sam M Owens and Jesse C Lynn will compose com mittee to look after Senator James B McCreary and Hon N B Hays who will speak here Monday afternoon Hon Harvey Helm will Introduce Sen ator McCreary and lion R C Warren Mr Hays HOME FOR SALE Nice cottage of four room eight acres of barnTbrlefouublHuston vllle pikeseMRS BETTIE nARNETT To The Farmers of Lincoln tbefollowing tofactorysuch ae you would want to use In cantorKINGS MOUNTAIN BANNING CO WANTED I A rOOd hu tlinpoungman to sell andIcollect for at In Casey countY A liberal Nntmet will he made wllb the man Address TOE SINGER jrjOcO Danville Ky LUTES BOONE COi Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AH persona wishing to or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number farmlforLaveryStable saPUBLIC SALE DKeonedynay on TUESDAY OCT 13 1903 The following described property One tamlipcows good bull 3 heifers Household and sewingenew and all Is In good repair 30 acres of corn In field and a lot of hay Rood two plowlymadekDownWlJ TANNER McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE ronford onSATURDAY BKPT 81903 personalpropertycombined 4yearold mare 9 hogs 7 shoats 1Iwagon buggy twohorse cultivator ano hone cultiva ofhillture Terms made known on day of sole J W cnUTCHFIKLD Stanford Ky SALE AND RENTAL I will arI at public auction on the premi sea at Oaoil Robinson Garrard coun Lyon THURSDAY SEPT 21 1S03 personalInwork horses 2 driving horses 2 standard bred yearlings milk cows 0 sows with 30 fine English Berkshire laver corn shredder l largeLightaing flap Ruler naR cutting harrow 1 Mcnrmlck binder I hay take mower hemp machine DIM Plow steel roller corn crusher corn Mjel ler pdwm harness corn planter cultiva wnglwith polo shafts double and single harness boggy and hatnem 6 sets plow gear 2 Kentucky disc drills fertilizer and 10 hole drill rot blacksmith tools let uni hausehoWphythoroughbred welts Plymouth Rock chick ens a lot of hempbrake At the same time and place unless rented previously 1 will RENT FARM OF 216 ACRES Of as fertile land In Garrard county In an containingJarm well Improved and has on It No dwell log of ti rooms with all necessary outbuild ings flmtclass table and abundance of good fresh water MRS NANNIE W OWENS l T D English Auct r Watch Our Windows For the Fall Styles You will miss the best things ifyou fail to see our stock of Fall Suits Overcoats Shoes c We have bought more goods than ever this time and it is our aim to sell more The kind we have bought is the kind you will want Come in and look over our stook It willMpav you Cummins a McClary S e1 s 4 h l HERE TEYA1E Fall and Winter Goods Lines complete Come and see them while they are fresh Terms Cash HJMRoberts ZHGLERS SHOES Possess more good qualities than other shoes at the same price They Look Well They Wear Well They Feel Well They Retain Their Shape New Styles iNew Lasts Now Toes New Leathers just in at 200 250 300 Come and see the Fall 1903 styles SEVERANCE SON p OIL STOVESRefrigerators Water Coolers Screen Doors and WInuows Screen Wire Poultry Netting Smooth and Barb Wire Grass and flush Blades LOW CASH PRICES ON COOK STOVES JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS jjTHEHas New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER t Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose II A- tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mnttred n the poilofflce at Stanford at eondcla matter UahecltUeeaya aD41iaVII 4TI1 PER YEAR CASH When aot sopatdaaOO will bechtrgtd KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 21 Train going North 101 p m 02S It 280am o2S It South 1217tm Mo23 II 123Ipm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWmI Severance Will root for one or more yean J n OWSLFV THE Joseph Price Infirmary all the year for tbe treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In adrance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills duo when services are rendered and must paid protnpvly UMBRELLAS Socovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can flx your umbrella better tLaa the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial IIIANK ATKISS Stanford fTraHlortI DEALERS IN Whlsku Brandy Wines Beer Etc Carpenter Glottto DpotSTANFORD KY PromptanJ rwllte attention Notnlnz but the toesJ to drink phon cr lelerraph orJer rclv trontt tttcntlon If JlWeren insurance Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New York the in the world Assets 118171063512ISurplus regard 1943601869 Farm property In Casey Garran coin counties Phone 21IStanford Kentucky I R B MiUiony flocntI insurance floent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of nor jncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Kire Lightning and Tornado None but the tron e5t and best OldLln Com panics represented and the low wt possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky For Ufa or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bofit The Equitable strongest in the worM Get also n combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness C rfJlEDtORD BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE r A sallow complexion dizziness biliousness a coated tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are cive immediate warning by pain but liTer and kidney troubles though less painful at start are much harder to cure Thcdfords DlockDraucht never fails to bene fit diseased vcr and weakened kid neys It stirs up tho torpid liver to throw oil the and ague It is a certain preventive of cholera and s disease of tho kidn With kidneys reinforced by Thedfordi mack Draught thousands of persons have immune in the midst of el low fever Many families live in perfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfonls Black Draught It is always ou nand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive of a doctor MulimSC March 10 1901 BlackDraughtfor to a doctof ilncc have bun taking lL J It Is the bct medicine for me that Is kidneytroublescomplaints Rev A 0 LEWIS 1 Uh A HAIR BALSAM Cluti aDd branttfiet bal Promote lanrlnl irnmk le er Fails to Ittor to ltd Youthful Color Cum tilling aDJS1 at NEW LIVERY STABLE S W13t1I1ltE SN Fron JUNCTION CITY KY ViralClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling MenoJ Grain and Day For Bain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnl hed cIean beds splendidc table Every hlug first class meet all trains 89 J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers iUODIitXISIH FurnltureltIntUlsRugst they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTION NOTICE ll Regular term Llncqln County Fiscal Court held April 7 1003 Hon James P Dlley presiding with the following Justices of the peace J A Dudderar 0 A Smith R Oompton and W D Wa1lln Whereas at the February term 1003 of Lincoln Circuit Court Jury Impaneled for said court condemned present court house building Inumclent for purposca for which Itjlfa Intended and unsafa for occupancy anII dl rected that such action be taken as neces sary to the defects and avoid the danger complained of In said report of tald grand Jury and whereas said report of said grand jury bas been presented to this court tor conlderuton and the same having been considered therefore the whole court sitting It Is considered by the court that the public convenience and safety and the of the public records require that tho present unsafe and Inadequate court house be removed and a new one erected on the present court house lot and It Is so ordered An appropriation of JJOOOO for thU pur pose Is hereby subject to the ap proval of the legl voters of county to bo ascertained as hereinafter and as required by law or the purpose ot providing thus appropriated for the object as aforesaid It I ordered that 40 one thousanddollar bonds of the connty of Lincoln be prepared al the law dIrect executed old and payable to bearer at the Lincoln County Natlooal Dank of Stanford Kentucky that said bonds be divided into four series of 8100001 each designated series A B 0 and D respectively Series A to mature In 1110 rears at the option of the court after three years Series B to ma ture In elgbt yoar payable at the ortlon of the court after live SerIes mature In 10 yean payable at the optfon ot the court after eight rears Serte D to mature In 14 years payable at the optfon of the court after IS years of ald bond shall bear Interest from tho date of said bonds at the rate of 3 per cent per annum payable somlannunllv at the Lincoln Conn ty1 Dank of Stanford Kentucky said bonds thall Itave Intercut coupons at tached to each bond which coupon shall be signed by the county clerk only and he liall keep a list of all said bonds showing thehumbcrs dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In bis olHce and none of said bond hall belol Rt Ius than theIr par vuluo Said oDds shall be signed by the sId of the county court and countersigned by the county clerk of tho county It 1s further ordered by this court that the bonds abore mentioned shall bo Issurd the proposition to Issue same shall be submitted to the of Lincoln county and an election shall be held and a ball be opened at each of the several preclnrta In LIncoln courty at the rcgular election to be held In November 1903 which aid election does not occur within days from the date of this order at which JIIald regular election November the apiiro prlatloo by this cOllrt a directed Dbove uJtfested ubmltted to Ibe legat roters of the county for their approval or rejection and M S of LI oln county Is hereby directed to adver tIe said election and ttnj object thereof fort lust M da s urxt before he day thereof by printed hand bills posted up at three of the most places In proclnct and at the feat election hall be held and conducted by the ofllctrtof said- rogulair election in November 1988 la each priJlnct of said county and during the to ho d electloD8 for couot officers and said election shall be held anll conducted in all respects under the general election lawn obtaining to this Common wraith at the time ald election Is held The fllas and nays being demanded on the above order Justlca of the Voaco J A Dudderar votvd yea Justice of the IVaco F It Comp too voted yea Justice of the Peace Smith voted Tea Justice of the Poace W Wallln voted yea A Copy Attest OFA U CO lEn Clerk Lincoln County Court By Epli D Peanlngton lJ C Special term LlneolnNcounty fiscal court held Bopt 1908 lion James IIlulloy judge with the following named juittces of the jicace to wit J A Dudderar 0 L neDlo W D Wallln and F K Compton Whereas at this court at IU regular April term held 7 li03 entered an order which Is recorded In order book No 2 pages 178 to 11 Inclusive of tho orders of said court directing bonds to be sold for the purpose of building u new court home and that an election be held on said proposition and whereas said order directs that said bonds boar Interest at tin rate of 3 percent per annum payable semtanunally Now therefore It Is ordered that so mucu of said order as directs that said bond bear 3 per cent perannum Interest no set aside can celled and for uaught and that said bonds be Umied to bear i cent payable semi annually and as otherwise directed In said order entr11118 aliove stated It is furtber ordereet that tb ordCl u publlhed awperlubrA copy attest Clerk Ltncolu County Court BY E D FCXMtrOTOH D 0 I IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR DEBT IS THE MOST OP ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT 01 CONSTIPATION LyonsLaxative Syrup Is nude 01 Cascara 51gracla and olher dru Ihat are tqually as 10 the trutment of Indl es1Jon blUousness and all slomach an bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 anvl Hot ties Aik your ruroUU For Solo nt Pennys Druft Store HERE AND THERE Earthquake shocks were felt in Col orado Candymakora employed In 10 factor- Ies at Chicago arc out on strike Colorado Democrats in convention at Denver nominated Adair Wilson for Judge of the Supreme Court Tree men and two women have been arrested at Halle Prussia charged with insulting Emperor WillUni Gen John II Clark a former member of Congress from Missouri died in Washington Ho Will 72 years old The Democrats of Hart county nomi nated S F Mlddleton for Representative and 0 0 Winston for Circuit Clerk Ono man was killed and another fa tally hurt by an explosion in the Birm ingham Powder Mills at Poyels Ala ThoKt Rev Thomas M Clark Kpla copal bishop of Rhode Island since 1854 suddenly at his home in Middle Charles Bkoiten a prominent farmer of LaCros e county Via cut his throat from ear to car because of domestic troublesTho body of an infant wrapped in a paper addressed to Former Senator Jones of Arkansas bss bten found In San Francisco J H Baskervllle an attache of the Associated Press formerly of Wash In ton DO died at Missoula Mont from the bite of a wood tick The Kentucky Mothodlits conference adjourned after the appointments for the coming year were read The conference raised a fund of 3200 for superannuated police have arrested a man who is said to have threatened to shoot President Kooeovslt THe man who Isa German named John Millet will be held pending 5n investigation By the death of Bishop Thomas March Clark of Rhode Island tho Rt Rev Daniel Sylvester Tuttle Bishop of Atissouri becomes Senior Bishop ot the Protestant Episcopal Church Tho control of the Monongahela Coal and Coke Company has passed to the PitUburg Coal Company The two con cerns will be operated separately as heretofore but there will be no compe tition in selling Labor day celebrations throughout the country were more general and the marchers in parades were more nu taerous as a rule than ever known be lore It is estimated that about half a million men wore in the lines of march Lucien M Lasley President ot the Now Golden Dell Mining Company located In SAn Marcia New Mexico is spending a few days with friends in the city Mr Ltsley thinks the future ot his locality as a gold field can not be readily estimated lie says they have heavier bodies of ore ricber grades of finer character than Cripple Creek obtained with tho same amount of development Somo very fine veins of free gold are being worked and developed and every advance in development gives gratifying increases in value Tho mines are all quartz mines In true fissure veins of free milling ore Mr Lasley was one ot the ear y prospectors in the field and fortu nate In his discoveries His was the first log cabin In the camp to be erected with a shingle root and there were only a few cabins In the camp at that timo He positively refuses to talk about his individual holdings further than to say that they are very satisfactory Mr Lasley is well known throughout this section where bo resided until a few years ago Advocate A WOMANS COMPLEXION It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sal lownossor greaslnecsof the skin by the use ot cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the II beauty doctors Tho only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enriching tho blood which can only be accomplished by keeping tho liver healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood pollution II Greens August Flower acts directly tho liver clcansesand enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also currs constipation blllouincts nervousness and Induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been known to cure the most pronounced and dis resting cases ot dyspepsia and indiges tion New trial slzo bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists One of the seven indlcments returned yelllerday the Federal Irand In connection with the frauds was against George W Beavers charging him with conspiracy For a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Llyer Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by W N Craig The Stowatt County lank at Dover Tcnn has made a general assignment Fire in tho business section ol Piqua Ohio destroyed property woith 1150000 Maher tho American jockor won the St Legor Stakes in England on Rock SandA Chicago woman who was wrong fully accused of theft Is dying from the effects of the shock Gectge Jackson colored was shot and killed In a Paducah taloon by Willis Mount ot Eddyvllle Edward S Blniford formerly ot Greenfield Ind committed sulotde In a public park in Atlanta The Kentucky war claims now before tho Treasury Department will como upI next week for final consideration One man was killed and two others probably fatally wounded in an accident in tho Relnccke mines near Madison vllle Fourteen candy factories at Chicago have been closed down indefinitely throwing upward of 2000 employes out of work Ono man is minus an eye another has s broken arm and a third is badly bruised as tho result of a fccfornll fight In Trig county Mrs Mary Cordes drowned her five yearold daughter Viola In the Alle gheny river then committed suicide in the same stream Eugene Phillips was shot and killed by Marshal John Guess in DcsnflelJ Da vlets county while resisting arrtst Guess was shot and seriously wounded by Phillips before he killed his man Stomach Trouble I have been troubcd with my stom ach for the past four years savs D L Beach ot Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mais A few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal bettor It you have any trouble with your stomach Tablets You are cer try a box ot thoiu Italn to be pleated with the result Price For sale by W N Cralt jG+ McG fJ Y UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And DOAlellr 1r 3ASNESS SADDLSJEY SO Stanford JUCy DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs Also Rheumatism Bade aeh6 vel Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There if a cure for you f n c MMtry wrlto Hr 1ouuei lie has 1JI1It IItu thno curlnlt ut lUck cases osjours All consultation Free For yean I had backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine could not jtet out of bell without help The uso of Dr Fennera Kldnoy and Dackacho Cure re stored me Q WAGONER Knobsvlllc Pa Druggists Me If Ak for Cook HookFree STVITUSDANCE CURE Pure Curo Circular I1f Former FrcdonlaN IL R Hughes Secretary Treasurer1 Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Kr No HOUM sni loiin SunforJflie roomttull porch in the rear ganlo lool neljhtotaooj dose to cburrbt and school joOll tor imsll taw U 7 rice fMO No 3 IlouM and lot In SUnlorJ House coo aim or rootui Hood stable and S acres of land well fenced Ono of prettiest building lola In town roou tnougn In front for two otb r cotUgea or a I tory front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful borne Will be sold cheap aa Us ownsr mutt bars money No Two atorr trams dwelling 7 roomi hall and veranda Uoodgirden fearing and bout In good repair For uls or rent 1rlc rsuonabl tIDirectors J n Iajton J D Omlev H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Bank Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations fill prove mutually boneOolal First National Banks Ky Capitol Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganised as the National Hank of In IBM aDd agaIn rrorltanhed as the First National llaik of Stanford In ualnttrrupte4supplied now with acllltle for transact Inr business promptly and well than ever before la IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited I have tho interest of J Hooker in the business of Craig Hockor A of will be appre ciated assurance of prompt and oiliciont Ijcrvico is here given Those to the 1 firm will favor mo by their accounts WILL N CRAIG Succwior to Craig I Too leer No S HAUM and lot In SUnfarJ Tbir roomi and root tuna UooJ gtrdtn and itaM Oood rtpalr Wfll be told thee No 7ttOlaad IUa Slantrd t ltorn a rootus gtrdcn amok anJ coal bMM only 8 Farmof Maerw JS wHrt trM Stan lord on oouDtj rod X arm wltlTatU MTtn la ulur 2 ood ortharJi ao4 rNllII tlmWr Two small COIUCM pod Utn ami outbulMUp wrtl waured aad tracing fairly rvxxl Mace MD b bought at your price uownirllTis In loJUnipo lit and Mutt baft MMty as4 t rch DKnwarr MlbulMlip a o Aloe Urg two slot room 25iM trtt mxa 1plHot wllfi ttiuBlm shelTM Hr WalH lo tl vrlllor aa4 lUrtrooni aUocUtcin and wtllaa iilan SMSllUt baokof ator Ueellc ftm MiDtefd lUIMlBf aad d oriftaallr t aoJitor oT rllJwfl Will sell both far IMG or will r ol or aril MiutnUlr No 112It farm H f Crab Orchard Ky Hrirkd t4llDgS roowi two Ueant two tariu wdl sad tprtng Dardutt fsrw la klgkataU ol culllTill n 1M acre rlttr totWHi Iud good frBdog rail 4r lr n W758 so atr No HJQUfOI tAd Uttoutw itmt la Crab Orebard optIt srtp la In protlDeDII Urn tock biro abaidinn ot itockwatir town lrtt WWO No 19 90 ants of land near Crab Orchil M Two lorv hmiM 9 rooim baUTeranJa anres ipUndkl land alJolDlBila bunfard Ipo trty In nr slr water aDd IB cls Urn at door llraatlfiil how rttMtl No 21 M acrx Und la Irelaod Uood Iolln ne Mtry ixilbulkl 10C2 wtlla In ard ore hard and t arr In itrawUrrieo lrl f Na 61ckt acres oflanJ anj twostory frat MUM hi PrucllevtIIt Ky Us all DKewry wlUlflg It wll altrJ NriUfeigs aiij ca- lII guoJ repair aaJ a ami two Irke No 6 Tn nJ OIIeha1t aCt of nlto t story Mvtn room liamr dwcflMc Store x sU roan 10 by to CeoJ wart rum nl t re tl lUra aoJ bUcktnltti shop it by 40 Ihrt M vothig booth tur this Mcttoii T n ra nt houtt by l tw nous WcH house to by if alto an orn well Lures stock general ntrchanll of IMi rroftrty Is la Amel Pulatkl county KyanJ can ta frlll of ano aero lo Lincoln eouoly Tbree good dwelllngt I good birns and other out buildings boose barn tie alxml the rtaur of 100 urN All on county road H mil froia church school sad IJTS well and wtD watered Tbls a good tftUero farm and would Hit two or thrt r mlllM that might want to cow Iron tbt tamo neighborhood reaionabl No M llouts and Its aires of land la Klo nej Ky Nntuary oulballdiDtv Ktedng good ami well watered Will tell tblt itce oa m terut No 24 Frame hotel lirg tanuu d iWt renn duo hallway Kit A largo itory itortrootn street 30 Imt treat hoUli tip stairs tulM bltlordw log nlte eottagrt ntr y furnbbtd and painted room all tertndi lAth A larw barn on UMS lot used at livery ttaMc flood nrden Vacant lot aJJolnlni front by feet deep All ol thU property laID London Ky nd a nMh1IaI ror to lDak iuonVb 10 frOn aecouraVf lil beiniio fits wlft rKlOo r dlr 10 tscbuJt- or farm In No Vllou e and II acres ol land within 1 miles of staofurd HtViM eoaulot Ira ruouM Tcrtnds elf ntwlyjwlnte l Urgteew hun tOrn erlli granary etc AU l ulldls gt fcttdBg In tplendld repair Well watered This It a moat deoltloI bOil Irt fllOO No4l 4MacrMtieiir Jurabn am acres In culti vation rat In llntor Hi dwtlllagt on t Mc irt oftbtwrew twotobaoo latD and lirgt tlek tarn UUeknalththep stable ec Ymug oreluro S r ruB through IIM On nwaty raid Mid tro I o wbol rhurvfa and In awd nelghburhood Will tell or exchange at reuoiMble agures No4t Twostory MTen room frame dwelling Teranda ittr One aw y ttorerooui UxtBt toUtckimlili tenant home IhlelIflb aixl warehouM Etery building MW In1 Itttliapt Alto tbt pfofriy It In llmlootllle Ky and will tell It M a whole or NIl nub placa teparitely Vellat aclittal4 and titter at boute For addict the above named sec retary No waflQ 118 acfee In Ca To framt dwelling 0 good Urns and otherstory outbuilding in cood repaIr p1fnld tolltoo land and In good oomiaunlty bargain at No 7FsrrnofWacr In r1 county A new two story 8 room frame dwelling and old delliolln air ooodillon lJarn Dd otb out buildings On county rod iplendld tobacco land well watered two wdll spring etc ThU It a dt tiratls home 1ilce f No MTwottory seven rjom fr mt dwtlllng verandas Ai snd arrtt oflanilln amird iin Lare l rn and all other ncary outbuild Inii Church and tcbool house right at dw Thert It alto a large ttort room on premlte con talnlnganlc lsr tclean tock of general mer thaoiIe Tb a blllll alal1d Inl localrd at trOll plkN an from WJ to 000 builneaa a year Alto three miles from tblt plare 00 UUl pike a tock oflnullIrehandl lIal amount to about J300 per month There Ire two wells and a ritterrl on plan and all tho buildings art In aolendld tell the property and ttock of goodt separately or will txebangt cither or Iiolb for fUlllloJ TnlI pleDllld nlty for any one wUhlng logo into butlnew H ilreslden J D iW M Officers J S HOOKER Prest J J McRODEKTg Car W II WEAKEN Itkpr Jl F Held 8 T DanvllleIJ 8 Ho W P Walton K I Tanner LeilaRtonIM n Elmer 8 II lIau T P Stanford Jas ItoMnson J H Uauchman W P Tate lIubbleJ NOTICEpurclinscd AVnrren continuance your an indebted greatly NotlVelllachht IrtttlettVulMlngUul UwriUngofifoonuwltti ImmodlaMpowrNlon barralnNoatA 111011pnttrloler OW3LFYOashtei milOUTAsst Directors patronage Bottling sUsstiHtwatoQbovMKby Stanford Ky No TwottMitotgoodt for tale Her tlcultrta lr Central Ktolutky Keal but Hx ektngtwTttltC No Two itory tight now kiMt dwtlllng ta fbhItrva aM- sNal A nkw eolttg and lot oa Laocatttf ilnl Stanlord room goud diltra tto CUt IIMM will tell tor fIOMi nalulaDetlt tleoaBi btxtH atotk bare Urg tii s t Urn tbrdxveei t 4di and anleltM Itad- No IOA h tftwi acm fra M dwelttBg lowr MM fuoil tlork biro sad all tirietitry lullJuii FeorlBg good well watered Cfct IB rau1Iant Hlr ptr No St IIsent of lani IB IVwketitls ftr salt or IaoIproIDaINo M farm of 1W ar res tltvatt1 near Elngt tlliartIIIoutIlop t nlI 11111 AIratl tburthuNbooIlit aBd NBIy road and It the moet dealrablt tUtaIoIrtult punhuer Tblt ll cvrtalaly eheap prvj rty No M FarM of scr Dear WtyDMlHirg etaiIilontland IB g o l eibborhoodelo o to school and on good md Irltotnm JeOngouit tern and olhtroutbultdlngt Sixty aerto la tultlf tilofi U seres In timber irwt tie Lays well on county rod etoit to churchet tcbool itc l letonlyHO- ONaMlla sndoet aert las llouto eon Ialo fen lOftI rtraader ltar1e All nee nwary oqtbulldlnn Kitra larg tttrn all In Ieodld rpelr IIw 01 S1led IOJ Oatero door lio l garden aoJ baln rI It 11nt fruit 00 place lrktilliou No Hi IMacr tof land In Ford count lit inllrt froia rtllrot1 and rulln Irow ArhnsqIriver Seventy seres ol laid It rivtr bottom Is nrttclata Und snd In grata Tblt land Is for aalt ortichange ItIaDtonlloo i tullMlidlngt A iplendld Wae grant farm and only MialBulctdrlvt from county teal Oirner of fint arm adjoining Iblt hat reccetly refuted III WIacre tbls at H7M No a1 room framt rotttg IUd on 0 land In Klngivtllt Ky lA rg bun naokt hottM ItloalrIrlte lNo MFlfty acres near FleattBt Feint Ky Frame roomi and portb Uarn and other oatbuUdloft tcn In cultivation rat In JlOIlollltellltboutandwloll hke t NotOFaruoflU acres near Ilrodhead Nice lIae tenant houto 2 bares tie llulldlng sod feorlng In good condition M acres la culllvatlsa wellwatereil Will tell f rtlKO or exchange In countyNo tall hem Somtnec Kyr tln erta Beldt Forty Mrm In cultiva tion arres In uture Ultnet In llHiber llwetl Ing ewBtalna aeven roouit Larc barn anil all nee IOIIdlelNo X scree ol unimproved land In Iran Mllnt Me miles froia btbult Station Iron Mountain route Will eejl exchange fjr pn j ertvQ Lincoln oounty No 27rA firm of IK1 acret IB nUvafrout laaoatter Ky All In Ir tlmthyIclover aoxl bluwntt except IDarrei waittUad Finely watered by tnriugt welli 11141allItt aDboa through tht J Tht Und la rUh and growt neap and tobacco fenc ed wttk wire and knuit pontt A cogd orshird Iiuprovetnenit a ifuuo twoturyelgbt nwm riimt dwelling wardrtbea U e ch room iantrlca cellar etc newly covered and tenant n larn and other outbuildings all In good condition In good ntlgbborbood near cburch school depot patluiace ant ttore within 4M yard of Tblt pltM wt bt said ohctp lrol1llblantonlveranda Uood barn and other bulldlngi lo good repair Cutlntlx Heidi well fenced acres In cultivation on aere In fruit trcet rctt In grant Uuuant at commlttlonert tals at tsrgiln and tan bttoldst bargain Close to school and church 1rlce tat per acre IjnJ adjoining sold for flllnd fU Tblthnbargtlo- No4 i arretgood land Two itory six room dwelling arn wok IIOlH tie Whole grata well watered and bulldlugi In good placlnIlIon 1ileiilJixio No otvcn room dwtlllng good cellar acretland Never falling well aud tprloir Fencing Chealplredooe l No 43 Farm acret evlendld bluegratt land In IJnooln county Two itory 9 room ttunt rcsldenct lenaul houw1 barn room for over 200 head ot itotk aud all other neccmtry outbuildings all In Clous to church school railroad aud In good nelgbhornood 400 acrvt In cultivation rctt in grata and timber tic Tblt Is an placeaca1ceiprlngi etc Frlct rratonalile