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The Interior Journal.
VOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1000. MO. 64. V, BRODHEAD. Horn, to tho wlfo of Virgil Mnrtln, n daughter, and to tho wlfo of Herman Frith, a daughter. Tho stockholder of tho Wayncsburjr, Woodstock and Hanifonl Telephone Companies have organised themiclvca Into an association. Granvlllo Owens, of this place, has been elected president and Prof. M. E. Wheeldon, of Eubanks, secretary. J. II. McKlnney, of tho Freedom sec tion, aold his farm of 140 acres to a Mr. Noa for $2,600. Kobt. Hicks sold his farm of 60 acres lying on Copper creek to a Mr. Frank Roberta for $2,000. Several persons from other counties are hero looking after farm. Mrs. Fred Hahn, of Splro, who for n time, it was thought could not live, wo are clad to state, is ablo to sit up some. A little daughter of Sam Chandler, of Marctburg, has pneumonia fovcr. Two children of Wm. Taylor, of near lloo Lick, aro down with typhoid. Tho lit tle daughter W. II. Sowder, who has been very sick is better. Rev. Campbell, principal of the pub lic school at Lebanon Junction has been called to tho pastorate of the Christian church at this place. Rev. Young filled the pulpit at tho Methodist church Sun day morning and night. Kcv. A. J. I'iko will preach at the Baptist church SnnHdv nieht. Wo aro informed that Hev. Kin Pike, of Harrison county, will begin a revival at the Methodist church here at an early date. William Dcllord, of near here, after ti long siege of fever, died last Friday and was buried Saturday. Mrs. Louisa Reynolds, of the Glades, died and was buried In the Providence enmetcry last Sunday, Rev. Todd conducting tho fun eral services. Mrs. Reynolds or "Aunt tjinlia." as she was known, was the widow of Jesso Reynolds, who was a pioneer of the Glades section and a highly respected citUon. Logan Scott, ' a school tcacher.aged 25. of the Ottowa neighborhood died and was buried Sun- il&V Dr. O. O. Stone is visiting relatives in Tazewell. Tenn. Mrs. L. A. Cass, of Louisville, is with her son, J. It. Cass. Mrs. Sarah Rainey and daughter, Ollie, of Mt. Sterling, arc with relatives here. Mr. Robt. T. Hemphill, of Williams burg, was hero this week. Mrs. Sarah Pigg. son and daughter, of Richmond, were here this week. Fred Durham and wife, of Etown, are visiting here, .! P. Watson nnd wife visited in the Quail section Sunday. J. II. Carter, of Gratz. is a student in tho graded school here. Egbert Wallen, of the Q. & C. at Oakdale, Tcnn.. was with his family first of week. Miss Eila Caison has re turned to Princeton. Ky., where sho ii going to school. Mrs. J. T. Cherry has returned from a threo weeks' stay at Olympian Springs. Wo often hear It said, when speaking of some good man, "ho is tho best man on earth" or "ho is tho best man in the country." Wo hardly liko to speak of uny certain person as being tho "best man living but we do know that in and around Ilrodhead thcro aro Botno men who aro classed with the best of men. Sometimes wo study out somo of these men and are willing to admit wo are proud of them. They nro men to whom we must look as being capable of tak ing the lead In affairs which pertain to the things which keep nbreaat with tho times. They are men who are worthy t bo pointed out and classed with what might bo called tho "belter element." We have In our mind at this time n man we have known from childhood and can say that ho merits all that cun bo said of him. It. L. Smith, "Bogo." ns wo all known him, Is about 38 years of age, living near where ho wus born and grow up, near Hlatt'a. Ho is n son of Joe Smith, is un up-to-dato farmer, married and has a family, is n brothcr- in-law to J. M. Cress, tho hustling fur- mer and stock trader of near Preach lmvUIo. "Iloiro" Is a member of tho Baptist church, a republican and a sub scriber to tho Interior Journal. "Health ColTeo" U tho cleverest Imitation of renl colTeo ovor votmndo. Dr. Shoop created It from puro parch ml L'rnlns. malt. nuU, etc. Flno In llnvor Is mado In just ono minute, No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Sample free Penny's Drug Storo. 'How kin I Improve my emporium?" inquired the proprietor of tho general Btore. 'You might start by having them crates out in front cushioned," suggest ed one of tho prominent loafers of tho town. Breathe Hyomel und euro catarrh No stgmach dosing, Coinplcto outllt including Inhaler fl, Guaranteed by O. L Penny, Druggist. "Madam, could you spare a handout oracoldbtto? 1 wuz wit' do man dat discovered do pole." Where's yer proofs ?" "De proper thing, mum, Is to provide MEDICAL INSPECTION. In connection with tho honor roll we wish to present to tho patrons In town and county a phaso of school work not heretofore Indulged In by school author ities in small cities. Medical Inspection of schools Is not a fad or fancy but a sensible necessity. Its object is to prevent tho spread of infectious and contagious diseases, to avoid and check epidemics, to promoto and encourago cleanliness and neatness In pupils. It seems useless to add further argument for Medical Inspection but wo will give a brier detailed argument. All pro gressive places are no longer asking can we nlTurd to safeguard our schools In thus promoting tho general wclfaro of their children, but aro saying can wo afford not to do it. Modern science teaches us that buoyant health of youth must bo diligently conserved from child hood if it is to bo enjoyed in after life. It is probably tho wisest thing to do just here, to announce that the inspec tion which wo proposo tp do will not cost one cent and for this reason wo can seo absolutely no room for objec tion. Neither does It mean that you must correct the evil at onco or employ tho school examiners to do the work. Wo do know, however, that a trouble little dreamed of may bo so augmented In a few months that it will become so rious. For Instance, n pupil neglects his studies, hates his school and leaves It boforo ho has half completed his course and thus starts on the road to an inefficient, useless life. Why? Be- causo of the fact that his hearing is partially Impaired or his vision defective Headaches, eyestrain, lassitude defect ive breathing duo to enlarged tonsils, and such like, retard tho pupils progress andlie is called stupid when he is not. Unclean mouths are productive of dis easo germs and aid their growth; while cavities in tho teeth aro centers of in fection. Faulty digestion Is caused by neglect of teeth and all ills to which flesh is heir may be traced directly or indirectly to this and they are most cer tainly Intensified by It Thus mental clfort Is rendered difficult and the child hampered. The work of the physician's examina tion H confined to dermatology und prevalence of infectious or contagious diseases and lung testa. Tho dentist will examine tho teeth. Tho optician and specialist will deal with ec, ear, nose and throat troubles and will make examination of theso organs. A writ ten reiMrt of examination will be sent to parent and one kept by board of ed ucation. It is not the function of the school or the examiners to givo treat ment but to report causes und let pa tron know the stalu i of the child. Dr W. It. O'Bannon, chairman of board of education, is appointed physician, Dr. W. N. Craig, the optician, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, and Dr. T. W. Pennington, the dental examiner. These men have generously agreed to do their work without money. May we ask the co-operation of patrons and all Interested in education In nvery ad vance step and we can well bo proud of tho fact that wo are abreast of thti times. Education without health Is useless. Priceless as is education it is better to sacriflco education, if in order to obtain it good health must bo laid down as the price. It has been truly said that children are not dullards or defective by tho will of an instructablo Provi dence but rather by tho law of cause and effect. Join with us in removing as fur as possible every cau9e that doth so easily hinder and besot tho child in his forma tlvo stage. J. W. I It ELAND. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Clinton Bowman, a Ixmdun barber, was fined $300 for bootlegging. Miss Viola King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley King, died at her homo in Madison. Mrs. Fannie Watson, aged 80 years, was burned to death at her home, near Urassfleld, Madison county, by her clothes catching fire. Miss Mary Templeman of near Rich niond was accidentally shot by n rela tive, who was pranking with a gun that ho didn't know was loaded. At Paris Hon. F. L McChesney, aged 80 years, ono of the best-known educa tors and newspaper men in tho State, died of heart failuro after a short Ill ness. , Frightful Fate Averted. "I would have, been a cripple for ltfo, from n torriblo cut on my knoo cap," writes Frauk DUbury, Kollther, Minn., "without Ducklon's Arnica Salve, which soon cured me." Infal llblo for wounds, cuts and bruises, It) soon cures burns, scalds, old sores, bolls, skin eruptions. World's bes for piles. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. A broken ankle-bono or two, Some loosened slats, Are evidence that he is through NEWS NOTES. Hugh B. Phillips, ono of the wealth iest citizen of Owensboro, Is dead. Nlnety-fiv head of trotting horses brought $21,375 at auction at Lexing ton At Button, Mass., fire destroyed Gov. Draper's residence. The loss will reach $200,000. . Edwin Gould was re-elected president of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company. Sixty miners ore believe 1 to havo lost their lives in an explosion in a mine on Vancouver Island. Mrs. A. E. Willson suffered an in jury to both arm by a fall at tho exec utive mansion in Frankfort Eight men wero killed and three wero fatally injured in a gas explosion in mine No. 4 at Roslyn, Wash. Everhard Shad died at Madison, Ind., from tho effects of a screw accidentally driven in his stomach a year ago. William Watson, chairman o tho Cu nard Steamship Company, died at Lon don. Mr. Watson was born in 1813. The Henderson Chair Company's plant In Henderson was destroyed by fire. Tho loss is estimated at $12,000. Nine persons were injured, most of them seriously, by a lamp standard fall ing In tho Jefferson Hotel at St. Louis. Tired of life, Robert Curtis, of.MMad Hon. Ind., ato tho heads off of a box of matches with the hopo of killing him self but he failed. AtAllenton, Pa., Mrs. Lybilla;Mas sott, aged C6, is suing Peter Steinber gcr, 77, for breach of promise. Tho giddy old things. Albert Pulitzer, of New York, com mitted sulcido by shooting himself while In a hotel in Vienna, Austria, Mr. Pul itzer was suffering from a nervous breakdown. Fritz Hoffman, alias Fritz Heiscner, an inmate of tho Indiana Reformatory, died, the result-of a brutal attack of his cellmate, Noah Burns, who struck him with an iron rod. "Please excuse me for killing my self in your place of business," wrote Carl August Mackay, just before blow ing out his brains in a Boston under taking establishment. At Winchester, Walter Sharp, n prominent citizen, of Bath county, and a member of tho Burley Society district loard, died suddenly in the parlor of tho Brnwn-Proctoria Hotel. A telegram has been received at tho State Department that W. II. Shcp- pard, tho American missionary In tho Congo Freo State, has been acquitted of the charge of criminal libel. Guy Shaver, the seven-year-old son of William Shaver, of Owcnsboro, was dragged to death by a cow. The boy was taking the cow to pasture when tho animal became frightened and ran away. In a fight over tho division of the cs tate of William Flowers, who died at Moultrie, Ga , Will Williams was killed and Wright and William Flowers were fatally wounded by John Hart and his two sons. To the Democrats or Lincoln County. The court of appeals has de cided that it Una no power to correct the action of the county committeo in dismissing my contest without a trial and that tho action of tho committee, however unjust and unfair it may be, is final and beyond the jurisdiction of tho courts to remedy. This decision does not change and in no way touches the facts in my co.se. But it does necessa rily end my contest for tho nomination for the office of sheriff. I have only asked for und sought by my contest to get at the facts, and in trying to do so I havu folioweU the very letter of the law nnd our party rules, which wero adopted to correct mistakes and deprive fraud of its fruits. It seems, however, they aro useless for the purposes of their adoption, and there is no law or psrty rule to correct fraud In our party elections. As stated in my former card 1 believe I received a majority of tho legal votes and was fairly nominated. A recount of the ballots as placed in tho boxes would have demonstrated the fact, thereforo no recount was allowed. I mado the raco upon my own strength. I never attempted to farm out the of fice. To have fairly won the nomina tion under tho circumstances, with the party machinery against me as shown by the action of the county committeo in dismissing my contest without a trial, was indeed a compliment and very gratifying to mo. 1 sincerely thank all my democratic friends who so loyally supported me, and 1 trust that tho tu turo will glvo mo opportunity to show . ,., , trouuie. pronounced hopoless k?nSdUnCelislydtcUonfluKi8U0n ' , b, -U "-tors." II. Trial hot H. S. BAUaiiHAN. .V1' Ouarantced by Penny s Drug i ., . j Storage. The Bed-Rook of Success. Lies In a keen, clour brain, backed by Indomitable will and resistless onergy. Such power comes from tho splendid i,..i.. .i,,t ti,. k'in' Vmw T.lf Piiu Import. Thoy vltalUo every organ county charged wlthl aiding and abet and build up brain and body. J. A. ting bookraaklng at tho Sheepshead Harmon, Llzemore, W. Va., writes: Bay and Gravnsend race-trucks. Five "They uro tho best pills I over used." detectives from a private agency wero ok ... tonn)u n-,i Rtnm nlao indicted ot the some time. HUSTONVILLE. Howard Camnltz, tho chief pitcher of tho Pittsburg plrates,will be home next Tuesday. Rev. W. S. Willis will preach ono of tho ccntenial sermons nt Pittsburg, Pa., next week. Mrs. Joseph McKeown and littlo son, of Louisville, aro with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Newborn. Rev. W. S. Willis' subject next Sun day morning will bo: "For What Do wo as a Peoplo Stand 7" No night ser vice. Dr. Lillian Bryan Askcnstcdt, of Louisville, was the guest of Rev. W. S. Willis nnd wife last.iweek. The doctor is a sister of Mrs. Willis. James Yowell bought 100 barrels of corn this week at $2.30 per barrel de livered. Emmet McCormack sold James Yowell Wednesday 20 1,150 pound cat tle at 4Jc. F. P. Combest, President of tho Com mercial Bank, of .Liberty, has been seriously ill for two weeks but is thought by Dr. Alcorn to soon be on the road to recovery. Tho Hattle Bishop property was bought Saturday by Dr, Barker for $1,400. The property was sold to Jno. Riffe for $1,300 and an auctioneer could have gotten $l,C0O for it easily. Miss Bettie Logan sold a lot on West Main St., 50 foot front by 150 feet deep, to Miss Ellen Powars Saturday for $440. Miss Powars will build a handsome homo on it immediately. Henry Alford stole Miss Julia Mcadors last week and they went to Tennessee and were married. Will Moran and Lula Bolin, of Frys Creek, were married at Liberty last week. Gill Cowan and Doc Dryn's Bcalps have not fully recovered yet "with hair" lost In their recent wreck while trying to drive over a cow on a dark night. Ask them for full particulars. Tho George Wright carriage factory here is turning out some very hand some hand made "runabouts" that must be seen to be properly appreciated. He is behind with orders and will In crease his forco in the near future. Jno Smithand wife, of Paris, Ky., are enjoying a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carter, of Anderson county, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Eu bank, who are Mrs. Carter's parents. A nice Coacro farm with good metal roof cottage and other outbuilding. in fine community in the fertile Green River valley will be sold at about half price if sold this month. For full par ticulars write W. It. Williams & Co., quick. Miss Fannie and Mrs. M. F. North were visiting relatives in Burgin last week. Mrs. Jno. A. Ward and chil dren, of Pinoville, who have been visit ing her sister, Mrs M. F. North, have returned home delighted with our country. The building fever in our city has be come epidemic, doubtless contracted from our flourishing neighbor "Little Brittain," who has it within her power to have a twenty thousand population. Six new buildings are now going up and others aro suon to follow. Riffe & Tucker shipped last week one car butcher cattle 3J to 3Jc, ono car hogs 61c J. Hoffman shipped one car cattle. Coulter & McCormack shipped one car hogs and butchcrcattle. Myers & Vaughn shipped one car hogs CJ to 7c, one car 1,400 pound cattle 5c. Bumper crops and good prices are in store for the horny handed sons of toil in the old reliable "West End". Tobucco, the largest acreage and yield in tho county's history and all in tho barns before frost und 12 to 14c being offered and rofused. The corn yield was never better und $2.60 to $?. 75 is the current prices per barrel delivered. Plowing for wheat is progressing slow ly on account of the continued drowth. Tho largo hay crop is being baled and a ready market found ut satisfactory prices. , Its A Top Notoh Doer Groat deeds compel regard. Tho world crowns Its doers. That's why tho American paoplo have crowned Dr. King's Now Discovery tho king of Throat and lung remedies. Every atom is a health forco. It kills germs and colds and lagrlppe vanishes. It heals cough-rackol membranes aud coughing stops. Sore, lnllaraed bron chlsl tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages coaso. Dr. Goo. Moore, I nia.!lc Jack. N. C. writes '-It cured mo Police Inspector; John J. O'Brien, Lieut. Hugh RoynoldJlIana Sergeant Hugh Meyers, of New.York, wero in illctod bv .the grand jury of King i FREE. 4 - f - t - M - f.f4 - t - On Jan. i, 1910, we will give away one DAVEN PORT that is worth $100. On every dollar's CASH purchase, we will present you with a FREE TICKET on this handsome Davenport, Cummins STANFORD. Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J. B. PAXTON. VICE-PRESIDENT H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HtfYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIREOTORSl J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Simuka, Stanton; Geo. V. Carter, Stnnh rd John b. Foster, Stnnlonl; W. 11. Shanks, Htantnnl; T. C. Nan kin, Lancaster; J. H. 1'axton, Stanford; W, II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, I'reachersville; Lilburn G'hmjIi, Gilberts Creek. If you want theiBest Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by E. T. FENCE. ST4VFORO, KY, FIRST-NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines. AbioluteJSafety withlSatisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Uie of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. UflLSJ: I OFFICERS. . S. Hocker, President:, , S. T. Harris, Vlco-Presideat; John J.McRoberts. Cashier, r H.C. Baughman, Asst. Cssb'rJ WYW. Saunders, Bookkeeper. FREE. 4"ff44H - f4 - f - f - f - f'f & Wearen, KENTUCKY. $5O,O0O.CO 4O.000.0O 340,000.00 W.-.M BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. DIRECTORS. V. Reid, J. II. Baujbman, M D. Klmore. J. M. I'etiu's. II. C. Baughman, J. V. Cummins, S. T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. U O'Bannon J. S. Hocker, C. K Talr. I dj banquet and den ask fer de proofs." Joining frats.