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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 19038 A M NO 58 LANCASTER rl Turlcoyt aro scarce ID ibis leotlon The water pipe aro being pieced on tho itrcute i Potts Bros arc buying largo qutntf del of corn for shipment Tho now brick buildings at Paint Lick aro rapidly nearing completion MM J O Robinson gave a dining Wednesday to Elder and Mn Tinder tylr D L Walker and little daugh tar have been visiting near Huiton- TlllO Several will attend tbo State Con vention of tbo Cnrlstlan church at Parse Sept 21- Watermelonl are extra good In Upper Garrard one grower cleared 160 off t ot one acre The Christian church at Falrvlew li almost completed and will be an lm prorement on the old one Mn fettle Rlgsby of Preacher vllle and Mlltcn Maban of this city were married at the bride home Rev Owens otllelallng Tho model of the government build ing at tbo St LouU Fair li displayed la Logan sir Co window end li nude of medicated soap Judge Drown remains III Mrs G- In Eacoo li suffering from dropsy Mrs W U Anderson It improving Miss Margaret Torollnson Is coovale cent T 8 Klkln bought nroe fat heifers of John Illcbard on nt 3c alrt iome Of Walter Sutton fit 3d and sbrria of nit tli at tc lie bought dt Wm Royston a bunch of bogs at 310 Miss Susie Oaitlnoau and Woodion Durham both of tho Rubble section were married hero Wednesday by Eld Tinder The couple will leave soon for llllnoli where the room U engaged In business The Y CT U State Convention will meet here Oct 2 and a good pro gram will be rendered About 76 del egatei and visitors arc expected Din ner will be furnished dally at the local union rooms and the visitors will be entertained at the homes of the Lancaster people Editor Louie Landram captured ono of the four prlws awarded by Mr Murat Qalitead who was chosen by the Fall Festival Association to pan I on the merit of the editorial on the I festival published In Ohio and neighboring States In the POtts Prize Festi val Editorial Competition Mr Lao dram article wre published on the 4ib and was a glowing and wellexpressed paragraph CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Bo Voted On At Tho Novom bar Elootlon QUArTER 60 t An act to provide for amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of Ken y lucky Tho Uenoral Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro t vide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and Intangible bated on Income II oonse or franchisee In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of tbo first class shall not be authorized to omit the Im pjtltionof an ad valrom tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas watcrheat tog telephone telegraph electric light or eloctrlo power company Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alonu and destitute Such n brief was the condition of an old sol dier by name of J1 havens Versailles 1 O For years ho was troubled with kid ney disease and neither doctors nor med- Icines gave him relief At length lie tried Electric Bitten It put him on his feet in short order and now ho tcatiflrs Im on the road to complete recovery Beet on earth for IIvor and Kidney troubles l and all forms of Ktorasch and Bowel Complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by ti all Druggists s Greater Now York tho Delaware capes Und tbo entire Jersey const were swept by the wort wind and rain stjrm known In years The gale t reached a velocity of 80 mime an hour and was especially disastrous to shipping At least flvo live were lost and property worth many thousands was destroyed Stomaoh Trouble I have been troub ud with my stom ach for the peat four year says D L oldIMalSto buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of t them and feel a groat deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You err certain to be pleased with the result Price 25c For sale by W N Craig mm robbed the bank atti Six masked men I Doiiglass Okla of 5077 and going to the village livery stable got the cashiers buggy and escaped In U I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Seed rye for sale A M Feland Stanford 3t Nebraska corn crop bavo been damaged 2fi per cent by fro + t FOK 3AIB 75 barrels of corn J 12 Thompson Preachersvlllo 2t A twoyearold Polled Angus bull for vale J M Enos Eubank Blue Grass Seed for suit homnstrlp pod Banks nudsoo Lancaster Ky Mr J C lays Crab Orchard has 28 000 to 1000 pound steer+ for sale E E Smatbers baa offered 30000 tor Mftj Delmar The offer was de dined W C Terbune of Mercer bought hurt Monday and Tuesday Uiraulo colts at 135 60- Good seed rye and a lot of sows pigs and iboats for sale J M Reynolds Waynesburg Foil AALtt12 extra good twoyear old cotton mules U C Bauphman Qustonvllle Ky Marie flardln sold to Sam M Owens a Berkshire beer for 11260 and ooo to another party for 110 I M Dunn sold to T B tlagan his farm near Marcetlu Garrard county at ins It contained close to 276 acres Fore SALK 1000 bushels yellow Pulu seed wbeat and 10 yearling mules 0 marts Col Underwood Ucdgc vllle Ky 41 O P Huffmin bought ot J B OWl lay a lotof butcher tuflf at 3e and of J El lUueumtn fe Co a bunch of hope at 41 to 60 S Q Ycager sold his farm In the Bend to James Dunn of Lancaster The tract comprises 100 acre and the price was 17000- Dispatches from all over the country Indicate that tho damage to crops by Tuesday night frost is not so exten sive as Indicated by first reports A red yearling steer came to my place six weeks ago Owner can get It by paying for this notice and its keep J D MoAllster Stanford 2t Fortytwo races aggregating 1100 000 will be contested during the meet Ing of the Kentucky Trotting Norse Breeders Association at Lexington Oct 0 to 17 Tbo National Fidelity Warehouse Company has been Incorporated In Vir ginia to carry out an extensive scheme for a chain of warehouses for storing and holding cotton Seven Cup race for amateur reins men aro features offered only by the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association at Lexington Oct 0 to 17 The best amateur driver of America have signified their Intention of con testing in these evgnt- CHURCH MATTERS Rev W A Scboll pastor of Walnut Flat Cumberland Presbyterian church will preach at the Christian church here next Sunday night Rev J W Oaglo will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian church on Sunday morning Sept 27tb In which he will be anal+ted by Roy F O Fannon of Sedalla Mo and Prof J Walter Wilson of Indianapolis Ind During conference year Kentucky conference churches soot to tbo Moth edict Orphans Home boxes valued at 2574 05 The homo has 44 children 10 girls and 25 bOIIIS of tba44 offend the city schools The assets of tbo home are 175551 07 Capt Holz and bis band of Salvation isle are now at Jackson holding servi ced which are well attended Tbo brigade will leave today on horseback for a Journey through Sulyersvllle Prestonburg1 Pikevlllo to Norton Va Train will then be taken to Bristol Teon The protracted meeting at the flap list church In which Pastor O M tiuey was assisted by Rev H C Rls nor of Roanoke Ala closed Wcdnes day night Tboro wore seven con verse and they wero all baptized just before the meeting camo to an end Rev RUners sermons wcro Interesting and full of thought and research and were greatly enjoyed Ho made a num berof friends during his sojourn hero Owes His Life to a Neighbors Kindness Mr D P Daugherty well known throughout Meteor and Sumner counties W V most likely owes his life to tho kindnetsofa neighbor Ho was hope lessly aflllcled with dlarriioca was at tended by two physicians who gavo him little If say relief when a neighbor learning of his serious condition brought him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured him In lets than 21 hour For salo by W N Cralg- President Roosevelt has granted full and unconditional pardons to George D and Barancaa Coabr convicted at Montgomery Ala of holding one Plko Swanson In a condition of peonage For a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quickcure is certain For sale by W N Craig Ii NEWS NOTES I Freezing weathers reported from Jones county Tex A Florida woman killed her child In trying to shoot her hog Flro at Fairfield Md destroyed property worth 1500000 An Indiana man who killed his daughterinlaw Is being pursued by mobs The Knoxvlllo chancery court g ranted an Injunction to restrain a dog from barkingJ Moore prominent Ma eon was killed by a falling tree at Jackson Ala At Bowling Green Jesse Higgins botbaoi was acquitted of tho murder of William Hines The drva won by a big majority In the Platy Woods and Wcatbery pre cincts of Clinton county Groat damage has been done by un usually heavy and unseasonable rains throughout the cotton belt Six hundred of the Imperial troops of the Sultan ol Morocco wore killed In an engagement with rebels The entire police forco at Billings Mont has been placed under arrest charged with contempt of court Heavy snows are reported from many points In the Northwest and one man was frozen to death In South Dakota In Kentucky 47 counties have total prohibition 61 have partial prohibition and 18 have unrestrained sale of liquor Rev Sam Jones the evangelist and Walter Akerman postmaster figured In a personal encounter at Cartersvllle GaNo political speeches will be made at the meeting of Confederate veterans In Lexington declares Col Tobias Gib von Ralph McBride aged 17 at Bluffton Ind from Injuries tion In a High School secret reoohedI A Now Jersey man stood off a pur suing mob with the help of a shot gun and a fierce bull dog and succeeded In escaping Tbo entire town of Punta Rassa In Florida Is reported to have been destroyed by the storm which swqpt over United Florida The reeootlyIamounting to 15000000 will bo paid on Sept 30 to 34097 stockholders Two socialists have been convicted and sentenced to sx months In prison at San Juan Porto Rico for offering an Insult to the American seg Brooding over tbo fact tbathls moth er bad disinherited him and being un der the Influence of liquor a Tarry town N Y man shot and killed his brotherSqulro nibbler who Is serving a term In the Frankfort penitentiary was given a life sentence for killing a fellow prisoner named John Smith also colored Two men are surrounded by officers In a cabin In an Isolated portion o Owsloy county They are charged with murdering a man who resented their Insulting his wlfo Tho annual report of Maj Gen Bates commanding tbo Department of the Lakes says that the character and general physical appearance of the re cruits Is sot up to the standard of for mer years and that the number of undeveloped youths Is especially notice ableAfter a chase extending over months Irving Tolly and Luko Ray wore cap tured at Memphis They are believed to to tbo Negroes who passed large numbers of raised bills In the South and one of them Is regardedas the murderer of Acting Deputy United States Marshal Harry Shepherd at Cave City After the Introduction of a number of witnesses by both sides In the case of Curtis Jolt at Cynthlana Judge Ot borne overruled tho motion of the de tense for a change of vonuo and tho se lection of a jury was begun After ox hausting the regular panel Judge OB borne ordered the sheriff to summon a special venire of 50 moo to appear In courtOf Iho 302 bodies of American sol dlore brought from the Philippines on board tbo transport Kilpatrick now at New York four wore those of Ken tuqktans Tney were Privates Lester J Lewis of Oakland John Schmld Junction City Frank D Stroud Padu- cah and Claude A Rlngo of Rothwell They were all shipped to their former hornet His Life Saved by Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Byer a well known cooper of this town says ho believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer Ho bad been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery and could get noth log to do him any good until ho tried this remedy It gave him Immediate re lief says B T Little merchant Hancock Md For sale bYIW N Craig HUSTONVILLE Let W R William help you find a beautiful homo In the blue grass Mesdames Sophia Carpenter and Mary Weatborford arts on the sick list J Beecher Adams and family of Dan ville spent Sunday with his mother hero Misses Dot and Edna Camnltz aro having a severe experience with neu ralgiaAbe Newton chicken coop was re lieved of U dozen tine chickens a few nights since Dr Brown rabbltry Is an assured success and his Belgian family Is mul tiplying rapidly Mrs Hedden and daughters of Kan sas City are vlsltlug friends In tho West End after a delightful sojourn of a month In the mountains of Bell coun tyThe corn fields from this city to Bradfordsvllle aro fairly groaning bo neath tho weight of a Bountiful yield The acreage is largo and grass never looked much better at this season of the year The friends of Jesse Routt and they are many are at a loss to account for his having a severe attack of hay fever unless It was contracted from parties ballDjlbelr Libertylechurch Bradfordsvllle and much In terest Is being manifested Two were baptized Monday Services will con tlnue through this week Late Vicksburg papers report that Howard Camnltz has pitched 40 games this season end only lost four and that he has shut out all competitors In the last two weeks having pulled his team from bottom to top and Is without a peer In the South Mrs V B Morse cud daughter Mrs June Reid returned tnls week from an extended visit to their old home In the Eastern part of Kentucky We are iflaa to note the rapid Improvement of Roland Bishop who was brought back home from Stonega Va with typhoid feverDrye Weatherford sold six bar ness horses to a Pennsylvania party aL- an average of 1150 John Burton sold W G Cowan 100 barrels of corn at 12- III the heap Ad fibbing sold C C Carpenter his half Interest In 15 acres of good corn at 12 a barrel delivered at the crib Honest Mike the mud splltter and Level Best School Shoes are wltbout an exception the boat adver tised goods In Kentucky today Along the pikes from Lexington south barns houses cliff side walks fences and telephone poles speak their praises continually HUBBLE Robert Raokln Is building a new barn offRev Tinder will fill his pulpit here Sunday afternoon C H Yeager and Roecoe Hudson have engaged their teams with the wa dayEld the life of Raccoon John Smith at the Christian church here Monday night nextDont forget S M Spoodamoros sale next Wednesday He has lots of good stuff for sale AM Bourne Is auc tioneer Mrs A M Luco has been sick but Is bettor Mrs Wm Mack of Losing BenrySpoonamore S E Oweley has routed his farm to n C Walter for 1900 end will go to the mountains to develop his coal mine Wm Curry has decided to sell out and go to Kansas A L Spoonamore has also decided to dispose of bis property KansasAavld to Montlccllo last week and was married to Miss Froola Oatts They returned Thurs day night and were given a handsome reception by the formers parents MIssos Zona Rankin and Maggie Clover have returned to Somerset after a visit to relatives her- oBucklens Arnica Salvo Has world wido fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo lion ointment or balm for Outs Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tet ter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Plies Cure guaranteed Only 25c at all Druggists Tho naval yachtSylph conveying President Roosevelt and his party to New York encountered a severe storm shortly after leaving Oyster flay and for a time was In danger Tbo party were alp safely landed at Ellis Isjand however It Is a waste of the list to hit Sam Jones In the mouth Better try a shov el of lime says the Courier Journals HAWES 3 HATS s NONE BETTER MADE eseae j j For wearing quality and style they are they equals of Hats that sell for nearly twice as much The Fall line In Stiff and Soft goods Is now completeNew Shapes l8l Colors ssaweseasa T D mILLER Danville Kg j THE GLOBE Galvanized Guttering I 1 i For House or Barn l JOe Per FootaI r a JaR HABELDEN Lancaster Ky Dli PURE VINEGARS impression harmful adulteration that wholesome vinegars are no longer obtainable This is a mistaken idea however II J Heinz Co are perfectly reliable and supply pure foods only Their Vinegars fully comply with the Pure Food Laws not only of every State in the Union but of every country in tho world We sell and place our personal guarantee of perfect purity and wholesomeness behind HelnzMaIt Vinegar HeInzPlckllng Vln egar Heinz Cider Vinegar For Purity In Food i Products Come to 4STANFORD Invest In Paint Paint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints these days go farther and last longer than ever before I Mastic Mixed Paint I Is the paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than Other I j paints but yoavmust wait about five years to fully appreciate ItsQUALIT i Pennys Drug Store 1 f I have purchased the interest of J Warren t Clocker in the business of Craig Hocker A continuance of your patronage will be appre ciated an assurance of prompt and eflicient service ie hero given Those indebted to the firm will greatly favor mo by settling their accounts WILL N CRAIG rltKy NOTICE Stahrord Ky lSacceuor to Craig Ifocker 11 J r MIHTERIORIOURNA I E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a undUite for Sheriff of Uncoln county suljtt to the action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD lea canaldite fur Sheriff of Llncom county sulJect lo me action of the democratic parry T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county suljtt lo the action of ther democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbe democratic party WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party M OWENS of Lincoln county suljtt ISAMUELCARPENTER party t of Uncoln count the Prohibition party 1Dcmocrntic Ticket C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor 1JT P THORNE Auditor of Slat- eS II UAQER For Treamrer H M BOSWORTff J For Attorney General N B UAYS For Secretary of State JT V UcClIESltEr j for Superintendent of Public Inttruction J 11 FUQUA For Commitsioner of Agriculture UUBERT VREELAND t For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CiriNN f For Railroad Commissioner TCJ C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge 41VCOAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney r CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk i J F HOLDAM For Repretentttlre J M ALVERSON N IN a socalled eermon Cartorsvllle Ga Sam Jones declared that the peo pie of Cartcrsvlllo would prefer a sober 1 decent Negro to hood them out their mall to a dirty dog who was usloi tile official position to cell wino aDd 1 call It dope It Next morning the post master attacked the preacher but In stead of turning the other cheek whet smitten Jones landed a lick In his ant tagonlsts eye and shut It up It la a wonder somebody hasnt done Jones up I before this The fact that bo fights all well as he talks has doubtleea prevent ed it for nobody cares to go against L buzz saw TEDDY Is an Inappreciative fellow v A Boston girl devoted many hours of work and between one and two hun dred thousand stitches to the maklni of a beautiful silk flap which she seal to President Roosevelt The flag waa l returned to her with this note from the presidents secretary I beg to state that while the president greatly ap predates your courtesy In sending him the enclosure which you forwarded be has felt obliged to adopt a rule which precludes him from accepting presents from any one Probably It Is money the broncho buster had rath er have IN the course of his remarks at Hod genvllle Gov Oeckham took occasion to say that he believed with the Har rison count jury that Curtlrf Jett and t Tom White were gultly of the murder of J B Marcum and they would not receive executive clemency at his hands It would be no trouble to get Col Belkbap to make the same prom In these cases In the event he is Lho governor Jett and White are both democrats and the man they as b satslnated was a republican It matters yerv materially with the Iceburg colonel whose ox U gored c TUB democrats of Maryland In cone vention at Baltimore nominated Edwin 1 Warfleld for governor Gordon T At klneon for controller and Wm Shepard Bryan for attorney general The convention was controlled by Senator i Gorman although be was cot In at tsndance The principal plank in the platform Is devoted to the race Issue KENTUCKY will beeaved Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has accepted an invitation of Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes to make several speeches In this State for the republi can ticket We suggest that Mr Shaw go at once to the bloody 11th and there use his might to carry that district THERE is a good deal of revived dill cussion upon the advisability of calling out obey from the marriage service But it is a waste of time and words In the future as In the past women will cheerfully promise to obey and then make things llvtly for the man who tries to enforce obadienca a r J tpiRi60 t POLITICAL A bill has passed the Alabama House of Representatives prohibiting baee btll foot ball tennis or golf onSund Judge J 3 Denton collector of ID ternal revenue will probably lueceed Congressman Borclng In tho llth dla trlct Ernest C Smith of Carrollton county has announced for the democratl nomination for Congress In the SIxth districtNat Cureton of Henry count was nominated for railroad commie sloner by the republican convention of the Second district An order has been Issued to tho ef feet that officers In the terrltorle must not serve as chairmen of any po llttcal committees or organizations Commissioner Richards of the General Land Office has dismissed W E Murphy chief clerk to the Survey General of Arizona for alleged Irregu larltles This is the way the Someroet Journi sizes up Jarvis the republican noml- nee for circuit judge Great Is the fall my countrymen from Fox Ows ley and Morrow to Jarvis The grand jury at Jefferson City Mo Is Investigating the methods em played by Col R C Kerlns to secureI the republican nomination for United States Senator last January Col Morris Belknaprepubllcan nom nee for governor says his work in tbi present campaign will not be from the tump but that he will make a per onal canvass of the State Senator Carraack says he Intends to open the race problem discussion In he next Cooereee in hope that some so utlon may be obtained He believe In the separation of the races The democrats of the 23rd JudicIal Patriot at Beattyvlllo nominated Rot ert Riddle of Eatlll county for circuit udge and J K Roberts ot Lee county for commonwealths attorney John M Sullivan of Jamestown bas innounced as an independent candidat e for circuit judge of the 29th judicial district His device will be a Ilkeneee of Abraham Lincoln H C Baker ol Columbia Is the republican nominee rblle Hon Rollln Hurt also of Colum bla Is the democratic President Roosevelt declined to at end a yacht club dinner at Oyster Day because Sir Thomas Lipton the fa moue yachtsman was among the guests Tbe nigger loving social equality ad ocate seems to be getting particular all to bU associates but it strikes U- Itbatlt was Lipton who should have lcked Lexington Democrat Col Dan Moore Is credited In hiliI home paper the Harrodsburg Democrat in the following language with having manipulated the recent judicial onyentlon In the Danville district with the well known result the defeat- of Saufley and Owsley who had such a reinendous following all over the die rlct that they were denied a primary by the machine managers who symp hlzed with the other candidates That he acquired while a Senator much practical knowledge of parlla lentnry law was evidenced by Mil torso and method of dealing with the recent Danville judiciary convention Col Moore may be proud of the part- he played In that affair but tbote bousands who were denied a voice at- the polls while supporting the winners will not relish the diplomacy with wblch Col Moore IB credited by bit xxmtapoken admirer In his home pa perCllmax THIS AND THAT Dr J H Carpenter aged 88 is dead at Mlllersburg Edward French widely known as a ilnstrel died at Saranao Lake N Y Fifteen lives were lost by the wreck IDg of a schooner off the coast of MaIne The condition of United States Sen ator Scott of West Virginia Is most jrloui County Attorney J D Tuggle of- Knox and Miss Susie Hoot of Corbie were married Burglars robbed the safe of the 7ellsFargo Express Company at San ta Barbara Cal of over 81000 U S Senator Red eld Proctor of Vermont was arrested and fined In New York State for shooting a raccdon tot season The secretary of war has granted the of the eighth regiment of the ihlo National Guards to represent that State at the West Point raaneu vers and it will be assigned to the fourth brigade with the Kentucky troops Columbus Garrison the only mirvly 01 of tbe bloody tragedy at Mt Victory church In Pulaskl In which Peace Otllcer William Bolton was killed was tried and held for murder in the second degree with ball fixed at 2000 A Boys Wilt Ride For Life With family around expecting Lira to- die and a son riding for life 18 miles to- get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con mptlon Coughs anal Colds W II Drown of Leesville Ind endured deaths aKonles from asthma but this wonderful medicIne gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes 4 I now sleep loundly every night Like marvelous curee of Consumption Pneumonia Bron chitls Coughs Colds and Grip prove its atchltfa merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and IL Trial bottles free at all drug stores v7rrlLa tw raldUdxrr deY 1r aaaF IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Elbert J Lyman has been 1ppolnted postmaster at Mountain Atb Wbltley county Tbe Citizens1 State Dank of Middies boro with 125000 capital stock W8S IncorporatedClay nephew of D G Colao shot and killed Frank Zullgcr In a tllht at Mlddleeboro James KIncald of Danville died of apoplexy while seated In his arm chaIr reading a paper- Montgomery Lodge of Odd lelowlI will celebrate tho 9lh anniversary t Hnrrodsburg today with an oldfas toned picnic Charles Henry and David Young farmers fought at Junction City Young used a knife and Hunry a pletol but neither was badly hurt The Mlddleaboro and Southern fall way has acquired the lands and mIne of the American Association Incorp rated In Clalborne county TenD and Bell county Ky The death of A P Bruce of Dan vlllouleaves but one survivor of the famous eight members of the Llnco tad Boyle county companies who were la Gen Morgans command and eccap ed when that famous cavalryman wal captured In Ohio and that Is A Trll ble of inaction City What Is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it Is under strict law Vbuio that law even slightly pain roo suits Irregular living moans derangement of the organs resulting In Constlp lob Headache or Liver trouble Dr KIDgas New Life Tills quickly re adjullts his Its gentle yet thorough Only 250 at all Drug Stores FOR SALE I A good mare and coltI also YOUD cow Calf weaned JUnitWitStanford Ky HOME FOR SALE I I offer for tale my property In Lnncaste Ky The bouse Is a twostory brick wltb frame ell eight room with two acre of land and U one of the best home In town- wm sell or trade for a small farm loor irther particular write- R V WALT R Lancaster KT PUBLIC SALE I On the Ed JlcCart farm four miles West of Stanford on the Knob Lick pike I wll lion THURSDAY SEPT SI 1093 At public auction the following describe property Four work males 3 tour yeat olds 1 rearold and 1 nlne year oli ood one 1 brood mare gentlo enough for family two milk cows 1 tear oalf four owi and pigs 21 shoats some large hogs two farm wagons six iota of harness 1 bU perlor Dlc drill Tiger Disc harrow 1 doubt A 1 steel harrow as new 1 mowing machine 4 Oliver Chilled plow 4 ultlrators 2 buckboards 1 carriage set of new buggy harness and set of old ones aU kInds of imall tools too numetou to mention Fifty acres of corn In shock 1 tack of millet houiehold and kitchen furniture Sale be lnlprtllpUIat 030 oclock Tcnu under cash OTO that amount bankable note Term of eel lust be complied with beforo property maTed H L J P Chandler Auctioneer UBLIC SALE J I will sell at public auction at the old Chrl Inglemaa farm near Hubble on WEDNESDAY OCT 7th IDOU hn following described property House bold and kltcheh furniture nice ildeboard large Ice chest good range 30 gallon Ur furnace and all kind of farming 1m events In good repair New Superior Dlsi Drill new Ross Cutting Box new Disc Plow 1 riding cultivator and other cultivator Buckboard and harness t wagon wagon and plow gear 40 good ewes 25 fat thoaU sigh SOWI and pigs 1 Dnroc boar subject to regls ter mare mules 6 ana 7 ears old paIr good twoyearoldmare iflules 1 good alklng horse Z mares one in foal to Pence and one to Jack one good yearling Jaclc six wellbred jennet one of thei innet farmed for 850 1100 bale of extra good bay lot ofcorn In field lot of good milk cows seven yearling cattle 1 reg- Istered Shorthorn cow pneumatic sulky etc- rERf1SSumeof cash rerthat amount acredit till Jan 1 1001 Good negotiable note requIredW Y CURRY Hubble Ky- I M Dunn Ajict Mt sin REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Lincoln County National Bank OF STANFORD KY At the dose of Iluslnem 8 j t sib 1903 RESOURCES Loan sail DlooountlMMMMf203931 23 Terdrarts secured and unsecuml 11144 e U S Bonds to secure clrculitlon 60000 00 Stocka securities eto 2100 00 inking bouse lurnltur and nxturr 3300 00- Due from National Uanks net Reaerte lenlMsbn 88- Due from Slit Rants and Dentin Due from approTed rewrr agent 5213 t1 Cbecb and otbrr ash ltemMM 1017 n- Notusofother Natl na1I1ADhMM ass 00 YratUoDal paper currency nltklcs a- ntilffuM mi 9S8- vful ilency Iteaerm In liank vli Sped II SOT 00 Legal lerDotwtWl 00 14700 00- ROOemltkln Iran U H Trea r C per rot reuIaUoDM M 2500 oc btah fIOII41l1liLJAII IWtoek pak11nMMI1O000 itt lurluundM 11- Undhldeol proats 1 2x ei 30000 9- 8NUonIUank Dies outiUndlD 1- 1Due to other National llauks 10801 02- OUt to State llanks and llinktn dlrlduil deposits subject to ebeck 1817881 Lutllltl other than t oe abort stated 1176 Da TotIM WOmsti- TATE OF KENTUCKY Count of IJDrolnuI John B Owiley caihler of the abort named JJaDt do solemnly swear that the above statement 1 true to the beet of any knowiedpand Leller Cashier ubecrllsd ea4 sworn to before me lhla Utb day 01 Sept 1001 J1 McltOBEBTB NI Co CoaaltCTttestl J 13 PAXTON a UlIIANItI WO WALKKR Directors r 0- s4c stx I ii GRfIMD LEfiDER q e 4t New Fall goods are arriving on every freight The seasons newest and prettiest styles Re member we save you money on every purchase 4Tt 25 pieces now silk mercerized oxfords the best thing for hall waists Fine line of patterns nt 15c a yard Now line of silk vcstings for waists Beautiful colors nt 18o n yard 38inch all wool Venetian in all shades worth G5o a yard special prico JSo a yard 10inch lustre in black and colors worth C5c special prico 47o a yanl 25 pieces yanl wide percale the newest patterns special ntSJo nyjlnl Full lino of linings near silk mor erizcd Eatcous spun glass and silk sheen Prices 10 to 35c n I1rt1ISee the special Josephlno GRAND LEADERIr B CO B LEVYMattasert Notice To Hedge Ftnct Grow Irs Land owners maintaining hedge fences along public highways are that La unlawful to obstruct either the ditches or rightofway by learlnf the brush on the road and any one remove will be proto ecuted If came is not In a able time JAS 1 nAIIKY Judge Lincoln County Court A 6 PRICE Surgeon Stanford Ky OfflttT Yeaoberts Drug Stone In the OwiUy UI1Udlna THOROUGHBREDS FOR SALE I mule Berkshire hog Pouttulown sheep High Grade bucks oos year old J STEELS OAHPENTFlt Ilustonvtllo tty R A JONESDENTIST p Stanford Ky Offlcn over Hlgglns 4 McKInney Stars Telephone N 01 DRIr W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Offlco In Myors House Flats d W Wallace Bl Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Eorso Sheers WistMala Street Stanford Kentucky Nice Home For Sale I Cottage of three room and porch In Moreland Good garden feed tablo and large warehouse sell at low price with term to suit purchaser Property will belongs to Rice Turner be byme Clear title U BItlLE Moreland Ky NOTICE I Notice le hereby to the owners and holder of the CIOOVO Lincoln County 3 Per Lent Kofundlng bonds of serle Sept 21 18D803 that the court will redeem so rle of bonds at the Lincoln County Nation al Hank of Stanford Ky on Sept 31 1008 as provided In tho face of said JAMES 1 IIAILKY Judge Lincoln County Court FOR RENT My farm containing 08 acres with rood dwolltog thereon toiler for rent i 23 acres to go in corn 12 In wheat and the remaining 20 acres for crass lend Will also sell the crop and atock on the place prl vately tock water 1 necessary outbuildings IDcludlng a jtood stock barn ko Farm must he lo the next 2 or 4 weeks It lays 34 mllos from nuitonvllle on Mlddleburg pike Pos session given at 11 JENKJNS1IItston11IIe HOME FOR SALE Nlco cottage of four rooms eight acres of land necessary outbuilding good barn Threefourth of a mUe from Stanford OP Uustonvllle pike BETTIE BARNETT 10 J rx skirt worth 8160 nt 80c We also carry the Sarosls underskirt nt 80c Ladies rcailyniaJo skirts in silk nieltuns oxfords homo spans vene bane and mohairs Prices from 160 to 8lSeo our lino of childrens ribbed hose double knee extra weight They are regular ICo goods at lOc n pair Apron Ginglmnia good qualityat 5c n yard Special lino ladies 500 patent vici shoes French heel new plain opera toe special prico 8819- Vo are making very close prices on mens clothing You cnn buy from f us 8 5 00 suit for 8 76 7 BO suit for I J 98 10 00 suit for 700J t 12 50 suit for815 00 suit for 0 GO 18 00 suit for 12 50 In plans lint wo have the Inrgcet stock You can buy regular- S 1 00 lint for Gflc 1 25 hat for 7Jc 1 60 hat for R9e 2 00 hat for100 2 CO hat for 1 36 3 00 hat for 1 76iSeeing is believing Look nt All the new styles and thnpaa thOIUJ I THE t Ms LEVY Prors S It so ruuon 00 Withers Furniture CO r Dealers in Fino Furniture Curpots Jiugs Wall Paper Yimlow Slmtlos t c Manufucturora of Frames PioluloII RANGESALEI i We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go nt 1126 Tho 26 kind will go nt 2125 t The 80 kind will go nt275rh-e885 kind will go nt 8U050 The 840 kind will go nt 3176 Tho 50 kind will go nt 1450 tYou have never had such nn opportunity pre sented to you before so now is your chance t- All stoves will bo sot up in your kitchen and guaranteed GEO Ha FARRIS CO Stanford Ky Watches Of Quality For Ladies and Men Watches that will be a credit to the wearer Plain p or beautifully engraved ease containing reliable works to make perfect timepieces PRICES RIGHT 7 W XI MUELLER Stanford Ky We WantYouA11TCf Dome and be numbered among our regular customers You will certainly tee that beside a decided saving of money there are many other advantages to be gained by purchasing your grocerle from me A glance at these prices And comparison ottiaquality should projro convlnclpe Mason glass Jars 53c per docent best tin rultcan 40o per dpzen good coffee lOc per pound Ay kinds of tinwAre cutlery sugars meats In fact nil heavyand fancy groceries sold In and bo conTluced J W PRRRIN the Grocer1- 1n Main Stanford Kv JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufact ured for MEN v W E PERKINS h a A L te yH e Crab Orchard Kyu THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SEPT 18 1003 r f In Oiling nl wo UBe t thorlgbtmedlelncsIntheoxactpropor tions and with proper caro Wo 4Dot do bettor If yon ui double tbo which la always reasonable POD ITS Drug Store ciPERSONALS MR J 8 HUNDLKY II HI Miss GAitniB DUNN Is quite sick Mns MARTHA SEVERANCE conilu uea J D RIFFB went up to London yes torsion Miss POLLY TKAYLOK Is visiting f7InDanville Miss MAGGIE McGUIRE Is with typhoid lever c1MANLEY ALHRIQUT of Brodhead Wedncidny familyfrom MoKINNEYJMite M D HLMORB Is back from a visit to relatives at Campbellsvlllo MRS M O WINKREY was on yoiter days train bound for Mlddlcsboio Miss SUE ROUT loft today to take a position with J K Lemon In Louis vllle D n SKINNER of the West End wont to Stone a Ga Tuesday to take position I t MRS W D MoKlNNEY Is at Joseph Prlco Infirmary for treatment and Is doing nicely I I MR AND MRS 80 HAGIN of Shel by county are guests of their son Rev JW llagln MR J D PAXTON left Wednesday or Buena Vista Ga to transact some legal business MR R O BAUFLEY of Lexington Is with his mother Mr J C McOlary forafewdars MRfl E P WOODS mod Mrs Annie t Bogleman of Lincoln are In Lexing t ton Democrat MIt J II BooNE has moved his tam ily Into ooo of I M Bruoer houses on Bait Main Street MISS ILA DOLDAM of Crab Oroh ard was reported very yesterday but was better at last accounts Miss LcotLLK CooiBR went to Dan yule Tuesday to take a position as oral a teacher lo the D at D Institute PRANK WUEATLBY and family of Qlnolnnatl and C K Wee of Livings I s ton have Hen guests of Mr William Field F B LOBAX of Martlnsvllle Ind spent a week or so with his parewu and Mrs P W Logan In the IOr Hod- NIt68II J O KUHANK8 and Charles Luuswlll leave Sendry for Spring tfkl It4t to attend the fair there They will also KQ to CbI lMIt OBNKY D CAMPHHLL has moved his family down from Crab Orchard and they have taken rooms over his store We are glad to welcome them I Into our mldgt- t COMMANDER M F HLKIN King Bee of the Kentucky Maccabees Is t prominently mentioned for the demo cratlc nomination for State Senator the Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Case t district Everybody In Somerset for him Somerset Journal MIt T C WILLIS wife and little Nancy WI11U left Tuesday for Crab Orchard to spend a few days before go lag to Richmond where Mr Willis will likely locate Teoy made legions of friebds during their sojourn here who gave them up with great regret MISSES BESSIE AND SADIE BAUOII MAN of Ilustonvllle arrived yesterday to matriculate at Hamilton College Their sister Miss Edna Baugbman accompanied them Mr Jame Fryo Jr and King Carpenter of Hustonvllle are In the city and will enter leo lucky University Lexlngwn Demo Ifcrat LOCALS MY winter lap robes are In Oct your choice now J O McClary THE L N will run anothor llBO excursion toClnclnnatl Sunday Twelve hours In the city InthisTilE advertisement paper oJ found Sam W Menofeei pocket book Advertising pays TAXESYour taxes aro now duo Please call and settle before the penal ty goes on M S Baughman TUE L k N will Rive rate of ones faro plus 25o for the round trip to too State fair at Owensboro next week ALL IndebtedCampbell s Pottus will pleaiu call and settle Wo have dissolved partnership W C Pettus Crab Orchard 4t HiuaiNS MoKlNNEY aro opening up their heating stoves Their line of Radiant tome and Cole air tight heat ore have no equal Give them call bo fore you buy HURT Deputy Sheriff Jesse C Lynn bad ono of his knee cape dleloca ted wbllo lumping out of a window In the court boue Wednesday and bo has been laid up since A DELIGHTFUL Change In the weath or came Wednesday night and yester day OreBTind overcoats were almost ee sential to comfort September had been a hot month until the change came and It looks now as If the backbone of summer li broken sure enough INEW belts Indian bead chatlaine combs Just opened John PIJones e RKMBMUKR the Mnoeaboo barbecue at MoKlnnoy tomorrow Saturday Go and havo a good time twill only cost you a quarter ALL prescription work Intrusted to mo will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig d locker TILE graded school opened with 214 pupil Instead of 276 as our types made us say last issue The number has been Increased to 220 now MRS BErr1v MMCKINNEY bought of Misses Llcclo and Mary Beazluy their cottage on Main Street occupied by Mr L M WcslorOeld for 12100 andwill move to It In a few weeks YANTIS Mrs E 8 Yantls niece of Mrs James A Duddcrar of this place died at Winchester Wednesday of ty phoid fever aged about 23 She Is survived by a husband and little child JONES BROS have sold to E L Reinhart their news stand and laundry business and will go to school Mr Relnbart will continue tho business at their old stand and run bis store as well MT VERNON The editor of this paper hopes topoot many of bis friend and patrons at Mt Vernon next Moo day Oral day of circuit court If you are behind with your subscription bo sure to see him THE Ladles Aid qsill meet In the lecture room of the Christian church Saturday Sept 10 at 230 l requcitIcdNOTICE Is hery enthat Sept 20 Is the last day for fling claims against Lincoln county Including county roads turnpikes merchants etc payable out of the levy of 1003 Geo B Cooper clerk Lincoln County CourtII SUICIDE Solomon Spruit aged 81 committed suicide at bis homo three miles from Lancaster on the Crab Orchard pike by cutting his throat lie was probably tbo oldest man In that locality and no cause Is assigned for the got Ho Is survived by a widow and two grown sons PROF IlKNRY E DOLTON who came hero to take charge of Stanford Female College didnt like tho pro pots after Uaeblng a few days anti re signed Mlis Mottle Pdxton Is now In clidrxa ur tun Institution and is assist ad by Mis Susan VanArsdala They bave some 16 loholar and room for many more JUDO M O SACFLBYls now hold log his last term of court hero He has presided through 33 terms during his 11 years service and has always given eminent satisfaction The News will be glad to sea him for a like number of years on the appellate bench lie would make a model judge for the high ourt and would adorn that beech Danville News pikeethan In any section of the county I know otlaid Elder Joeeph Ballou to us the other day Theo ho named the following families whose names bogie with the second letter as follows E H Beailoy Mrs Huron Mrs Baker Mr Ball W M Bright John Bright Sr John Bright Jr John D Bright J E Bruce Jack L Beazley Dr Steele Bailey John Brackott Joe Ballou Tbo dlitanco Is considerably less than two mile- DILLIOYMlsss Linda Dlllloo who accidentally shot herself at London some days ago died Wednesday and the remains were brought to Crab Orchard and Interred yesterday after noon at oclock Miss Dllllon who was Just 18 years old was tho only daughter of Mrand Mrs W R Dll lion and was ou exceedingly pretty and lovable girl She was Idolized by her parents and brothers who aro crushed now at her untimely death Sho at tended college hero several years ago where she made friends of both young and old Miss Dllllon was a niece of Mr Joseph placoIBARNES Mrs George O Barnes wife of the good evangelist died at Sanlbel Island Fla on tbo 14th She was a Miss Cowan and a sister of Mr Dud Cowan of Danville and was about 70 yearn of ego In 1856 also was mar clad to Rev George O Barnes and left Immediately with her husband for the missionary Hold In India where they remained during the celebrated Sepoy mutiny After living thorn sev en years whore ale children Will and Miss Mbrlo were bore Mr Barnes returned with his family to America on account of his Impaired health Thro out Mr Barnes evangelistic career which hAS occassloncd several trips to foreign lands and ono or two trip around the world Mra Barnes has been his constant companion and has taken part in thousands of his services Sho If also survived by Mrs Georgia Duncan who made her homo at Sani bol Bro Barnes was holding a meet log at Sergeant this State at the time toIBarnes Is running a boarding house In aahlngton City READ the sole advertisement In this Issue BANK statements this Issue Be sure to read them TilE mercury registered 42 this A M and there was light frost CARLOAD of Northern seed rye just received Call and see us before buy Ing J n Baugbman it Co HIOOINS do NEW lust re celveda carload of Old Blckory wagon at bottom prices Call on them for a wagon PLEASE call In and pay me your ac count which Is past duo I need the money and must have it J R McOln nls Crab Orchard WE aro showing some rich things In dress goods and a world of superior walstlngs not to be found elsewhere In this market John P Jones UPHELDJudgeSaufey the Farris local option law In the Boyle circuit court Every feature of this law has been attacked and Judge Sauf loys decision was a severe blow to many violators in Danville who bad ape pealei their cases from the county to the circuit courtAdvocate- BonEiN0Congressman Vincent Borelng died at bis home at London at 10 oclock Wednesday morning of dou ble pneumonia He bad been twice married his first wife being a Miss Fa ris and njs second who survives him WM Miss Sarah Randall Five chil dren all by his first wife also survive Ho was born in Washington county Tonne see November 21 1839 and at the age of nine he came with his father to Laurel county and began his educa Lion at Laurel Seminary At 21 be entered tho Union army as a volunteer in Company A 24th Kentucky Infan try Be soon rose from the ranks and was commissioned First Lieutenant In the battle of Resaca Ga he recelv ed a severe wound from which he suf fpred until the day of his death Judge Boreing fret entered politics in 186S when he was elected county superln tondot of public schools In 1870 be was again a candidate for the otllce and was reelected Soon after be founded the Mountain Echo at London and con tinued in the newspaper business 10 years and was then elected county judge In 1833 be was elected prod dent of the First National Bank of London and continued to bo president up to his death He was an active member of the Methodist Episcopal ohurob and represented the Kentucky Conference as a lay delegate In tbo General Conference of 1830 hold at Cincinnati Onto At the tlmo of this conference bo was an ordained minis ter of the M E church and since then bad preached in various counties of tho mountains Ha was oboien Department Commander of Kentucky Grand Army of the Republic In 18S0 His highest ambition was realized when bo was elected a member of the fiOth Con gross defeating Bon John D White in tho primary and the lion H H Tye in tbo regular election Ho was reelected to Congress in 1000 and 1002 defeating some of tho strongest men of his party Tbo burial will occur at London at 3 oclock this Friday afternoon and a number of gentlemen from this place will attend MATRIMONIAL LeRoy Robins and Miss Bottle K Anderson both of Rookcastle were married at W H Johnsons Thursday Conrad Bender a widower 5t 39 and Mlle Molllo Fisher obtained license here to marry at Danville on the 23rd Ed Thurmond and Miss Georgia Petty both of Garrard drove over Wednesday and were married at Mr J W Porno The engagement of Miss Ruth Bryan daughter of Wm Jennings Bryan and William Leavltt a wellknown painter of Newport Is an oouncedI ms REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD- In the State of Kentucky at the clots of buiintu Sept Sib Ie0- 8RESOURCES loan and dlicoantt 1S2028 OTcrjralU secured and unsecured 8J803 S to secure Circulation ji 00 Premium on U S hoods Z800 00 Stocks securitici etc 10302 lianklnghouefurniture and fixtures 00 Other real estate owned 6 00 DUll from National Bank not K serve Agent 40W 48 Due from Stale Ilanks and Hankers 1018 10 Hue trout approved reserve agents 1M4 InternsMteTenue stamps Checks and other eatti itenu X88J 10 Notes ol other Nat Hanks 1S8IOO- Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 1611 Lawful Money Resin In lisnk sir Specie U1I Legal tender nOIHwS M 00 1H74T 25 Redeaptin u per Cent of circulation J0fi0 00 Total MMSS Jl LIAIIIL1l IRS Capital stock t 88000 00 Surplus fund lSSO Undivided profits less eapeesesand tales 6116 71 National lank Notes ouunafiinQ 4itel Hue to other national banks 363 Hue to state banks and bankers 0514 9 Individual deposits lubjett to cheek 15098 39 Certlued checks Total IU m STATE OF IJno Count KENTUCKYt above named do solemnly swat that the above taste menIs true to the ben or my knowledge and belief JNO J McIWUERfj Cashier ISubscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day ol W M Url O CorrtctAtte BtJJ0Cnvx J lUfoiiMix Director 1 For Sale or Rent I My house nccl lot of 10 acres 4 mile from IIustodTllle on lluitonrllle k Ilradfordi RoodForlonvllle Ky aIRs ELLA 8 U09R PUBLIC SALE I decdISATURDAY SEPT 2t11003 countyKybarber chain and a lot of barber tools consisting of razor ic Term of three months with approved security9on InhandproperlyM S BAUQHMAN Administrator FARM FOR SALE I I will tell or rent my farm of 60 odd acres 10 acre for wheat about 20 acres for corn in 1001 and the balance In grass This farm U In a fine state of cultivation well located and well watered with good dwell rooms and I porch stock barn and- allfother necessary outbulldlo good orchard good tenant houses 1 will ton or rent to white or colored Thus It known al the Dr Docker McCORMAOK TurnertTllle Ky FARM WANTED I Wanted to rent a farm of 100 to 125 acres Improvement must be fairly good and land ApplyatFARM FOR RENT I gooddwetllngandthe Stanford pike mile from Danville Ky and known at the Logan farm WL- Irent for term of 3 years to desirable tenant Kyfordlan PUBLIC SALE Having rented my farms I will on WEDNESDAY SEPT 23 1003 At 0 oclock Y offer for sale the fol lowing personal property Four head of h uses cows 2 fat heifer a Durham bull 3 calves 13 thoau 3 fat hog and one sow with pigs about IS acres of corn laid in tho old tacks of hay and a lot of hay in the barns surrey 2 buggies spring wag ponybuggytome shelled oats 2 sots of buggy harness binder and mower hay rake wheat drill a lot of wagon gear ode corn plow turning plow and a lot of household and kitchen furniture TERMSAil turns of tiO and under cash In hand over that amount credit till January 11901 SAM 8POONAMORE KyATo The Farmers of Lincoln We will can beans on shares on the followingdayeWednssdayand Saturdays snap them before delivering to factory Bring nothing but nlee tender beans such as you would want to use In your own homes Let all come wo con can for allKINGS MOUNTAIN BANNING CO LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford 4 Kentucky All persons wuhlng to buy or sell farms will do well to sea us a number farmstorwhat we have It you desire to tell lac LiveryStable PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public unction at the E D Kennedy farm two miles west of McKln nay on TUESDAY OCT IS 1M3 The following described propertrt Ono yearold mule 4 2 year old mule tam ily hone saddle hone 40 hogs 2 milk cow good bull 3 heifers Household and kitchen furniture including a new tewing machine Good portion ot the furniture new and all Is in good repair 30 acre o corn In field and a lot of hays good two plowharnortharness and wagon harness Terms mad known on day of sale SaIl begins M 9 W H TANNER McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE will sell at public auction at my place on Hawkins Branch SS miles from Stan ford on SATURDAY SEPT 1003 At 10 oclock the following personal property towit Two calves combined 4jearold mare 5 hogs shoats sow and igs acres of corn in field buggyItor turning and harrowS bushels of hill onions household and kitchen furnl ture Terms made known on day of sale J W CRUTOHKIELD Stanford Ky A M Bourne Auctioneer SALE ANDRENTAL I will se1 at public auction on the premi ses at Camp Dick Robinson Garrard county on THURSDAY SEPT 24 1903 At 10 oclock the following personal property Ono 7year old mare mule 2 work homos 2 driving horses S standard bred yearlings S milk cows sows with M fine English Berkshire boar corn- shredder1 largo Lightning Baler now cutting harrow l McOormlck binder hay rake mower hemp machine Disc Plow steel roller corn crusher corn sliei- lur pows harness corn planter eultlva ton 3 seta wagon harness 2 two horso wng one good an new rubber tire carriage with pole shafts double and single harness buggy and harness 6 sets plow gear 2 Kentucky disc drills 1 fertilizer and 10 hole drill set blacksmith tools set cal penter tools piano and entire household and kitchen furniture also S or 0 dozen chickrAens Also a lot of hempbrakea At the same time and place unless rented previously I will RENT FARM OF 216 ACRES- Of as fertile land in Garrard county In an elegant state of cultivation and containing some of tho beAt hemp and tobacco land In the State This farm is finery fenced aad well Improved and has on It a No dwell Ing of room with all necessary outbulld ings firstclass stables and abundance of good fresh water MRS NANNIE W OWENS T D English Auct Watch Our Windows 1 For the Fall Styles You will miss the best things ifjou j fail to see our stock of Fall Suits Overcoats Shoes cre have bought more goods than ever this time and it is our aim to sell more tI Iyonfj Cummins a McClary J CRITERION I nalaees As the name implies la the standard of per fection Few if any tailors put more into V their Coats than the Criterion people Every little detail is cared for the shape and staying of the pocket tho neatness of tho button holes the curving of tho shoul ders the heavy padding of same the close fittingneck and breastetc Prices 1 1z5O To 1100 i1rSold Only By i H I M oberts ffi 1lW i 1 i 1 i I ZEIGLERS SHOES 1 4 II Possess more good qualities than other shoes at the same price I Look v ITheyWear WellI ToestNew Leathers just in at 200rII I 250 300 Come and see the Fall 1903 styles t I SEVERANCE SON J Heating Stoves Cooking Stoves Stove Repairs StovePipe Grates JOHN BRIGHT JR COj W B McROBERTS J THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose r C t 4THE JffiflQR JOURNAL Snicred n the post oyce at Stanford at tcnddan tnaU- er1lxb11ahrATua0gywdt rtdavs 1 PER YEAR CASH ass When lot topaldssa00 wlU b enargtd n iIDl KNOXVILLE DIVISION 024 Train golnj North 104 pm oM n MMM 230 a m 015II South 12171 m 11025S lJSJpm FORRENT My torero recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more yean J B OW3LEV THE Joseph Price Infirmary I all the year for the treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash a In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bill Sue when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly UMBRELLAS S Kecorered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can flJ yonr umbrella bettor than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FHANK ATKINS Sta- nfordicTrajior1 DEALERS IN Whisk Brandy WInOS Beer EtG Carpenter Oloseto DpolSTANFORD KY recIVIIrompl J D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New York the company In the world Assets Surplns IS regards 943601869 Farm property Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 R B Mahony f Insurance fluent policyholders Stanford kentuclcv Insurance tent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners In counties of incoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low rat possible rates are guaranteed lhone e- 2Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to f Charles L PoWell Office N W Oar Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitablestrongest in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity t Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness q IrMRS L S ADAMS e Ot Cal eelon Texnllo Wine of Cirdul It Indeed a blessing to tired women staving suffered for seven years with weakness and bear Ingdown and having tried sev Brat doctors and different remedies with no success Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helpedme and eventually trie to up the weak parts strengthen the system and correct Irregularities By tired women Sirs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or any of llleao ailments that women have You can cure yourself athome with thisffreat womens Wino of C rdui Wino of Cardui has cured thousands of cams which doctors hnvo failed to ben tit Why- not to well today Ai- ldruggut have 9100 bottles For liver or bowel disorder Thodfords BlackDraught should be used loradvt a rcoTae r8qLadiesAdILILdatitaew cfTonn WINE CARDUI BALSAMClever romotct a Inmmnl Ivcr Fatty to ItMtoro Oral Hair to its 1OU1hfutColor BUM scalp tea l ILN at nrocrUu NEW LIVERY STABLE BWSTOSSiSJHProri JUNCTION CITY KY FIrttOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hing first class Porters meet all trains 89 J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers tlODUUI FurnltnrefMattlujt8Rngs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork G ire them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term Lincoln r County Fiscal Court held April 7 1003 Uon James P Dalle presidingwith the following Justices of tbe- peace A Dudderllor 0 A Smith F R Compton and W D Wallin Whereas at the February term 1903 nl the Lincoln Circuit Court Jury Impaneled for said court condemned and declared the present court house building Insufficient for the purposes for which Itwa Intended and or and dl rected that such action be taken as neces awry to the detect and avoid the danger complained of In saldr port of said grand jury and whereas said report of eats bar been presented to this court for consideration 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 preservation of the public records require that unsafe and Inadequate court house be removed and a now one erected on the present court house lot and It Is so ordered An appropriation ott 10000 for this purpose Is hereby subject to the np of the legal voters of Lincoln county to bo ascertained as hereinafter directed and as required by lawn For the purpose of providing thus appropriated for the object as aforesaid It Is ordered that 40 one thousanddollar bonds of the county of Lincoln be as the law direct executed sold and Issued payable to bearer at the Lincoln County Dank of Stanford Kentucky i that said bonds be divided Into tour of 10000 each designated IiCrlesuA B 0 and D reipectlvely Series Auto mature In five year and at the option of tut court after three tears Sorbs D to mature In eight years payable at the option of the court after eve Series 0 to mature In 10 years payable at the option ot the court after years Serve D to mature In U years payable at the option ot the court after 13 yearn ot said bonds shall boar Interest from tho date of said bonds at the rate of 3 per cent annum payable semiannually at the Lincoln Conn ty Natlonat Dank of Stanford Kentucky said bonds shall have Interest coupons attached to each bond which coupon be signed bv the county clerk only and ho slll U keep a list of eat said bond showing the numbers dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In his office and none of said bonds shall be sold at less than their par value Said bonds shall bo signed by the ding judge of the county court and countersigned by the count clerk of the county It 1s further ordered by this court that lIcfore the bonds above mentioned shall be Issued the proposition to Issue sane shall be submitted of Lincoln county and an election shall be beld and a poll shall be opened at each of the several preclntlln Lincoln county at the regular election to be hold In November 1003 which said election door not occur within 60 days from the date of this order at which said regular election November 1003 the appro priation suggested by this court m directed above shall bo submitted to the legal voters of the county for their approval or rejection and M S of Lincoln hereby directed to adver Use said election and the object thereof for at least days next before be day thereof by printed lined bills potted up at three of the most places In each precinct and at the suet election shall be held by and conduced by the olllccrjof said regular rtectlon In November 1003 In each rut of said county and during the hours required to for county ofllcorx and election shall bo held and conducted lu all respect under tho general election laws obtalnhtcto this Common wialth at the Is held The yeas and nays being demanded on the above order Justice of the Pence J A Dodderer voted yea Justice of the Pence P It Compton voted you Juttlccof the Peace O A Smith voted von Justice of the Peace W D Wallln voted you A Copy Attest G KO II COWER Clerk Lincoln County Court By Eph D Pennlngton D O Special term Lincoln county fiscal court held Sept 11001 lion James P Bailey judge with the following named Justices of the pence to wit J A Dudderar 0 L Hennley W D Wallin and F R Compton Whereas at this court at Its regular April term held April 7 li03 entered an order which U recorded In order book No S pages 178 to ISO inclusive ot the orders of said court directing bonds to be sold for the purpose of building a new court house and an election be held on said proposition and whereas said order direct that bonds bear Interest at the rate of 3 percent per annum payable semlaunually Now therefore It Is that so mucn of said order as directs that said bond bear 3 per cent perannum interest be set aside cancelled and for naught and that said bonds be Issued to bear per cent payablo emi and as otherwise directed In said order entered as above stated It further ordered that this order bo published In the INTEIHOK JocnvAU a newspaper pub lished In tho city of Stanford Ky A copy attest Ceo n COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court BT B D Px tau ovon D O 6 sGa aSamIN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR BEST IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL Of ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION rrrIn the treatment of indigestion biliousness and all stomach bowel troubles arising from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT QRIPC 2S and roc Dunks Ask your D ruggitt For Salo at Pennys Drug Storo KINGSVILLE Rev R H Jones of K U Lexing ton it expected Sunday to till his ap pointment at the Christian church v Mrs Bradley who lives near the Park had a gold watch stolen during the reunion It was taken from tho mantel In her room Mr and Mrs C O Dakar and daugh ter Lena wcni to Cincinnati Sunday Mrs Dakar will remain same tlmo to select fall millinery and alto learn the art of trimming Theres to ha a wedding In this little city before many moona A very charming Young lady and an excellent young man They dldat tell us not to tell but wo wool disclose names for awhilePretty Miss Ottlo Faulkner of High land was a recent visitor In our town Manfred Chevolouo of the C S who was struck by a train a tow week since severely Injuring his right arm Is gradually recovering and will soon resume hit R R duties Ho la ao unl versally popular that his friends do not object to hla Invalidism In the least since It puts him In his home towfi The 0 A R reunion held at Kings vlllaa beautiful park was a grand sue case We understand It was a finan cial 8UCCC88 and certainly everybody seemed to enjoy themselves to the fullest extent the entire three days Kirk Boone of Somerset was on hand but didnt bring a single hornet The speaking was excellent not political but patriotic Hon P M McRobert spoke entertainingly and on the day following Hon W Conn Bell made a One speech paying a beautiful tribute to woman thereby winning all hearts to hit cause Hon W S Burch made a charmingly brief Introductory speech Judge Saufleva speech was greatly admired as la the Judge himself In this section Rove Carrier Davidson and others delivered excellent addresses The Crab Orchard Band furnished ap propriate music for the occasion PAINT LICK Mr Wm Cottrell has told hit plan to Lewis Morgan and Pleas Murray at 138 Salem Wallace of Lexington It spending the week with his parents hereBurnam Ruckere warehouse It about campleted while the other new bulldioge are going up rapidly Your correspondent bad the pleas Lire of being present at the banquet given bv tho Sunday School of the Christian church at Klrkevillo Monday About 175 children partook ot the bountiful refreshments Pinley Davis of Livingston U the guettofof his parents Mrs Annie Adams has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mrs Belle Henderson has tone to Indiana to visit her brotber Tom McRoberte Mist Ella Smith Is visiting In Mt Vernon Will Gafney who has been tick Is Improving Met Minnie Jennings has returned from Cincinnati where the has been to buy fall millinery Wm Dlsbman of Bar bourville was the guest of Misses CaN lie and Salllo Adams Mrs Fannie Kllgore and little daughter Jennie who have been spending tho summer with her father John Park returned to their home In Texas Miss Martha Zell Makely of Washington D C Is the guest of the Misses Lear A WOMANS COMPLEXION It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sal lownEs9 or greasiness of the skin by the uio of cosmetics or local treatments advocated by the If beauty doctors It The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enriching the blood which can only be accomplished by keeping the liver healthy and active The liver is the eat of disease and blond pollution Greens August Flower acts directly on tho liver cleunsesand enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also currs constipation blllousncts nervousness and Induces refreshing sleep A single jottle of August Flower has been known to cure the most pronounced and dis teasing cases of dyspepsia and indigos tion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists r In county court at Richmond an order wag entered directing the curators of tho estate of Oen C M Clay to dlsposo of at public auction to the high est and best bidder the household of lets live stock and personal property belonging to Gen Clay The date of sale la Oct 8 At Kan MM Mary Wll llamson was murdered and her 12year old daughter and aged mother brutally beaten by some person Indictments have been returned by tho Livingston county grand jury agilnst Young E Allison editor Goo Riley correspondent and the Publishing Company of EIeraldII The Indlolmonos are the result tain charges made against Superin ten dent H V NcChcaaoy In the col umnt of the Jerald J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In CoaleJC+ MccWux UNDERTAKERE3IBALMER g And Dealearln 3ABNE3S SADDUCBT fcO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY en- dBackache All diseases Bladder AI o Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If nrceuarr write lr Fenn lie has spent a life time curing Just such cues UOurs All consultations tee your Kidney and Backache Curo bas cured two very bad cases among our custo sera the past your whom the doctors had given up J L STILL k CO Woodland la Druggists 0 tl Ak for Cook nook free ST VITUSDANCE TroublesCURE Sure Curt Circular Pr Fonnor KrcdonlaJ No 1917 REPORT OF THE CONDITION r THE NATIONAL lANK OF HUSTONYILLE AT HUSTONVILLE In the State of Kentucky at the elate of bushiest Sept Olh lIm- RES0UItCES Loans and diauMU2G731Overdraft secured and unsecured 1616 10 US Dondilo secure circuit Uen 1SMO 00 Banking house lumltute and natures 2500 00 Due Irom National tlinki not Re sere Agents 411 M Due from Smo Baaktand Hankers 1711 M Due from approves ruenr agenU 48121 U Check sod other oath ltemi 5 Now ol other National flanks 1111 oo nkkeiiand CtlluMnl 91 Lawful Msncy Reserve naaK OWS a- Redempnoefundwith u S Tre iurer 5 per tent tl n 013 00 TOlalMMMMtoI2SIJ 1- 1LIAII1LITIES Capital lock pU in SM090 00 10000 aaoUndividedlaze paid MMMM IIM National Dank sotetetaeding 11100 08 to other Natl al lunM 4171 M Individual depot U 0Wset tu deck Utjm It ToulM yIa115a II STATE County OF KIINTUCKYI J W Uek r tMht r or the above named Dank de Ml ulyswaythatshesboeysmteeteat It true to the km of my a J IV HOCKRK Cbjtil SuWcrlbtd and swore U bssere ne this 12t- hdyt pt iSIS J IIIMWH N P L C My Comwls4 i expire Marsh It lew Correct Attmi T J IlOHIMOX H v nirtctori Il lJlIJI L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No HouMSUd lot In bUDfordfle foomihall porch In the rear garden good neigbborbuod clot to chnrche and ichool lOad lor iiuall fam sly fries 6sao No Sl1ouee and lot In Stanford house oon tint eve room Uood liable and S acres of land well fenced line of pruttleet bulUllog Iota In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 itory front could be built to the eottaga and ba made a beautiful bom Will be sold cheap u the owner must have money t Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON r- I STAKES 100000PURSES October6th to 17th 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell I 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Rates on all Railroads R C CSTILL President G W SMANKLIN Secretary Directors J Q Paxton J D Ottsley H Shanks W 0 Walker Deo W Carter I Successors to The Farmers Rank sit Trust Company and under same contlnuoulytoraa SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000i This Institution was originally established as the Deposit lank of Stanford In tillthen reorganized a the National tank of Stanford In ISM and again reorganised as the First National Hack of Stanford In 112 having bad practically an uninter rupted exlitenco for 13 rear It le better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly cud well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited So a33M acrwof lied In lloclraille for tale or zebaM flu all necmuy lniproremou well watered Ac Will be toM at a bargain No 19 MS acres of land Deer Crab Orebard MpNo 20 Two etory house 9 room haltTtraaJa lIlt tpkudli laod aJJOlnlofln Stanford lYop arty In good water sad if tbar in souse ru tern at door lirautlful bora Irlt tlUX No Dulling of rooms with 20 acre had la Morlan L OooJ Urn and Deowary outballJ lag 2 wrlli In ard splendid orobard end 2 eree In airawberrlM Immcdlata pouMilon 1rlMllio- iNotr Eight acre of land anj Iwoitory frame taut In Pr achtvtll Ky hat necessary oul buMhigs If weH altrJ AUtaJUIngs sal lent lag In ItOJ repair anJ Is a dnhatw bone file It 6tTen sal onehalf acres of teal nke two story siren room Siam e jwetHntr Store room to bye aUe room to by to Goof ware sewn next to stun il by e Item sal bUcktmllh shop by 40 Ibrst she tuttf hec by 10 vtMng booth for this section Tenement house by tS two rooms Will house ee by it also anonweU Large Hock of general nercrunJlx All of this prorerty It Anse Pulatkl county Ky anj can Re taught st a bargain No 5 Alarm Of 306 acres In Lincoln county Three good dwelling 1 good bun sad other put bUldlup each house LarD ete about the wnur of 100 urea All on county road f mile from church school sod pottoffir Lars well sad will watered This It a good and would stilt two or throo fimlllfo that might want to sow tram thutua neighborhood Irlto reasonable VD SVIIouM and 55 acre of liml In McKla goalnsod well watered WlU Mil Ibis plea on city terms No 26 Fram hotel large room double rrran du hallway Eta A large 2 story storeroom fronting u19fret Iront hotel up stair sel- lbltorwleg 2 nlN cottig i nlc ly furnished perry sod painted 4 room anti rrranda eacb A sage on sense ute u liable Good garden Vaant lot adjoining feet froot by feetdeep All thl property b In London Ky sod It a line chance fortomoone to make Money loprteorha refused t rent property for per month aomuntof tllheilihof hie wife reason tor selltop proprietor desire to exchange- fat farm In Lincoln county No20Iloueesed22 acre ol lead within IS mile of BtanfwJ lieu ooataloi he rootni veranda etc newlldwioted tarp sew him writ crib graniry dl eat huelng In glredld repair Well waUred This It a meet desirable home Priefisuo No4llWOoreennrJuwbo2o0acres In eultl ration rut In tliiiWr dwetlleg on plate ih- urtb n two loaam here and lug stork barn blaeteaitthbopstable etc YooHg orchard Htreinu run through ylaee On ceuoty road 11foeyanllfrom t a aebOl church and In Will lei er ewoge at eOLI drolllelfIreButIwarehouse Evrry building new aril feocltiK Qneebal Allot the prIIlof rty N In Ilutlondll Ky and we wm Mil II se a whole or sell wash plan yellataehtaWe and eltere- thers ForpricesaddrasJbestoreoamed retary No 55Firma olllS acres to Carey GUDt Two story tram wllluc two good barns and other oUlbulllagi lu good repair ajdrndid lonu laud and In good community A bargain st Isoo No 87 F rmof 118 acres In Cary andoldnew two story 8 rOom nine dwelling lwellluif In cosditlon Darn other outbuildings On countytoed tpenilld Wfvo laud well watered etc Thlt U s de tlrable bome Trie ILWiO No atTwo story seven room fume Tertndtt Ao and sorts of land iu tfsrrardrout ty Large barn alid sll other nrcwary outbulld lag Church and cbool at dour There 11100 a large store room on premise con timings nl stuck of general mer- chsndbe This leasplendldbusiness tsed being located at crow pike sad 000 to IISOCO bulnrst a year three mile froui Oil plan a stock of poml merchandise dale- amounttoabouta0oper month There are two wells sad acistern on and all the building are In l Will aellHba property sod tock orgoodtleparalelor will either or both for fuming It a tpleodld opportu pity lot any one wishing to go Into business OrandIt ConcertsDaily iIOfficersjS H 8IIANK8 Presidentl 0 J D OWLET Cashiert W U nUIOIIT Aut Cubist Offloirs J 8 HOOKER Prest- J J MoBODEUTS Ohr W n WKAUKN Ilkpr Directors DAnvlJleB J8 Iloeker Stanford W P Walton Lexington llnIDheySI StanfordT 1JSlanherdTwoemallcottage IndhuspoIb aurebarOwfllllltIroduclivlimesontend I sodongooJ 1sico1700 XOoutISirtyaereiqeultlvatloa ehurchsescbooitaNo 2iifou and one ten laud Noue eon dinepkudidn Igt7enty01fruuitentpiaclnfiloua bull KIxliJNo 9A turn of 126 acre lour mile from Klan fordonbnt Ill In Ihe Irtd outbuildingsAsplendidIdugrsgGrnand DOlT yetsoreNo 17 41 room rain rottir and on acre o bel41tIrlceJIOO heroutbuilding fototfroehoolaedconsnluuityjlluljlughandfeadag rllItoperlSomersetUuotrig eaotilBt tevvo mama Lar twrn and Fnesadtutlidfnginepleodidrepapr omIronpruiiertvla Untold county lnIlarrardcounty3mlletfrousia uIIAUdIIno1nd1f1tdUelro orchardmroupalaotrlracellareta dentpaelomeobeapNo smiles from Man ford lloueeof rour I0Il1 rooW back looreb and edloodIoalrcultlvalloa one acre In rrt In grata whatIloughl u lIa l can frndaddpingsoldorNoandIles NoI6Mgood lend Two story six room 1lacIDIre12000No dwelling good cellar and il Tensingof 4NotoorealdoCDaloch and all oIlier neceneary outbuilding all in- sllrcadsrnJlntlse 10 Dlihborllootl chureb 400 acne in- uUlnunn reenn grait and timber eta This It in failiOgpring