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L SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL rVOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1902 9AM NO 59 NEWS NOTES j A Cblneie patient In a hospital New York has leprosy Oreat Britain will charge tbe Boon 8800000000 for gobbling thorn In The cbalr at the State bylOrscore Injured In a railroad wreak neat ParU Former CRy Judo J T Savage of nopklDivlllc died suddenly ot disease hoarI Ao automobile driven by card a took broker killed a child In j Chicago W O Money a Hardla county opt leptic killed himself beoauie be oould not Rot work Dr Q D Archibald a dltllogulibcd dlvino ot the United Prcibyterlan church died In Co vl DC ton s Iiitae A Singer one ot the largest itoekbolder ottbo Singer Manutactur leg Co U dead at Atlantic Oily Tke greatest depth ot ocean vet dlr covered have been oil the New Zealand coast and go down for six mild Jaice Sloan ot Lexington was touoh ol for 2100 bv n plik ooket whtoh followed Forepauch t Sell elreui t Strike Loader John Mitchell UC U Coal Boron Boer of employing Pnlla dolphin thugs for eoal cad Iron police Gen Fred Fvnilon annual report draws a dark picture ot evil retailing frost the abolition of the army canteen Juitlee Brewer of the United States J l upreoM court was badly Intared while burnlog brush at hii eamiMr home In Vermont The option of J P Morgan ft Ce on r a luOloltat amount ot Loelivllla Naifcvllle cloak to seeere eotrol ex pine Oct WhlMeapplBf DAI broken oat afro h In Brown county lad Two women aod the husband of one ot them were bti tally whipped Including oloetB0a pressmen bik en postal employee and marmot people at least 190000 people are working all night IB London BlUialoou coal will be advanced In price Oct 1 25 cent per ton the deI mud being greater tbaa the market able supply at proseat Mr Amanda Cor etM of Letober oonaty who has jell given birth to triplet will name thorn Goobel Dock bam red Tom Johnson iitoretary Sbawt otter to rebate- LI 6 per oeot bonds of 1900 at IN ru solved oorMpenie In New York Brok ere went over his offer wltb a bid of 10W Booker Overton at one time a todo lawyer and respected oltlaen Shelby county has arrived at tbe pen Itentlary under sentence of one yea r for cattle stealing In Floyd county Ab Newton wai shot and killed and hie brother Hart I was wounded by a tberlffi po ie while resisting arrest on the charge of shoo log C n Turner an old man A Covlngton woman wrote begging t letters to prominent men asking aid In scouring an education Investigation proved that iho was married and bad a family living on the proceed of b loiter writing President Hill of the Great North ern Railway In an address took itrong ground against President Roosevelt b theory ot National control of the trust lie claimed If there was no barm In en terpritci that there no bad In merging them The plan has materialised In Phils delphia for the organization of a bold Ing company which will takeover the Southern spinning and weaving mill 4 Almost all of the large mill have en tered the compact and the amount of cash now Involved U 25000000 J Plcrponl Morgan has Invaded the California oil field Ue U a member of a company with 15000000 capital which will lay pipe linen paralleling t Standards line In the San Joaquin vs toy Mr Morgan Is Identified wltb an I other company lth a capital of 120 000000 half of which will be devoted to the purchase of proven ground- S THE OLD RELIABLE tOY4is FI b ilPOWDERI THERE IS NO SUSTTUTEI KINGSVILLE Mrs C O Dakar will shortly have a line of Fall and Winter millinery line II K Berry will preach twice hereafter Itvery lot and 3rd Tbe question of a nine or 10 months lebool 1e being agitated hero and will be put to a vote lion U Warren of Stanford was bore Thursday Rev Thompson went to Loulivlllo Thursday to attend con ference A Mr Wilion who with his family locatedboro about a year ago having bought a portion of Mr J A McKee firm moved to Indian Territory some montbi ago and now has become very much dlntttlsfled and will return here T R Taylor house was struck by Thursdayd InJuredmule oolt was killed The storm wa e frightful but a much needed rain wee e pleasant result buyItname of all those who are an the tick letsThis II tne Uvor season and there are a number of oases throughout the community Matter Will McCar ty who le III of fever le slowly Iraprov InJr Mrs B C Pannrbackei and Mill Kllubeth MeParlaod returned from Clnelnnatl Friday They went to at Uad that magnlfioent drama liar Iur at the Grand J B Crulghton went to Somerset Friday Mack Wll llama was down from Uurgln Mrs Mllford Smith and children have reo moved from Tatevtlle to their former home bore Tile railroad company II orlou ly oOBitderlag the Idea of changing ibe route through here In order to avoid the leagtby teens which le a oonitant menace to tbe lives of tbe employee The propoted new route will extend perhaps bait a mile from Klngivlllc sad too depot will be located about tile above distance Northwest of tbo pret eat depot In tbe event of tbe cbaaeo an lmmone sax mill will oo eupy the site of too present depot Of course this Hotel Pennybaoker will re mats where It is and an nmnlbu line must need be establisheda IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Ewell of London has a well developed case of smallpox Miss Matllo Medlook his been apt pointed postmaster at Annvlllc Jack son county DaulIn sear the town limit Mn M P Dowl vice president of the First National Bank of Barbour bourvllle lufferea a stroke of paralysis The Indian Head Coal Company of Pulaskl county with 116000 capital Died Incorpoatlon articles at Frank fort The Rev Father Ambrose who b charge of tbe Catholic church at bin hoe organized a select school un der the autplde of that church orIIeary Clark colored accldontall shot and killed himself while hunting scar London ml body was found the woods with too head nearly off A Uarrodiburg dispatch says Cor ncllus Houp and John Proctor far ers engaged In a terrible combat he trouble was caused by Houp yelling Hurrah for Bryan and Goobel as be passed Proctors homo Much enrage the latter lame out of the house se log No watermelon thief can treat uio that way and attacked Houp with a pocketknife Houp was armed with corn knife and Inflicted some terrlb lehis wounds on the otbor Doctors say that there Is no chance for Proctors recov ory t0RAISED FROM Tim DEAD 0 W Land Porter for tho Once tal Hotel Chauuto Kan ayeeel know what It was to suffer with neuralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Dnllanle Snow Liniment and Iwat raised from tho dead I tried to get some more but 110i tore I hail deposed ot my bottle Iw asle cured entirely Iam tcllin do truth 25 BOc and U at Penny DrulI J P Morgan it Co notified tbe shareholders of the various companies and corporations for which they act as fiscal agents that they would anticipate October Interest and coupon payments yesterday two days In advance of lobo required time These payments it estimated will approximate 114000000 The action Is taken to relieve existing financial conditions Tom Clark a Negro was burned the stake In Corinth Miss for tho as siulton and murder of Mrs Carey Whltfield At the stake he said ho deIserved too fate prepared for him Tho husband sod brother of his victim applied the torch Renew your subscription to the I J PAINT LICK Rev L L Roberts will preach at Falrvlcw next Sunday morning R L Jennings new store room adds greatly to tbe appearance of the town Mrs A B Kly has returned from the cities and has a aloe line of mllll nory Mrs Pattie Bngleman has moved to tho Spillman property on the hill and will take boarders Miss Callle Adams of Rlchmorid spent several day with her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Mr and Mrr J B Ely hero the eym pathr of the entire community over too lost of their Infant ton Parks Hon G G Gilbert spoke to a small crowd bore Friday It seems that tho democrats are aileep In this section of t countyWe had several oasee of scarlet fever In our midst but we are glad to vapors no new ones and hope to have our school opened soon Mlle Katie Wlllougbby of Loxlng ton II with Mrs Minnie Jennings Mrs Guy Rice has boon quite sick with scarlet fever but Is better The Ladles Aid Society of tbll plane will give a box topper In R L Jon nlngs new store room Thursday night for the benefit of the Christian church at Falrvlew Mite Nellie Adams of Lancaster e visiting her aunt Mrs J W Smith Mrs B G Kllgore has returned to her home at Dallas Texa after spending tbe summer with her father Mr J B ParksJames Rocker our depot agent Is In Stoaoga Va J N Smith and little daughters Cell and HoleD are visiting relatives In Mt Vernon Miss Ella s Rueker has returned from Cincinnati where she attended the festival C C McCHORD Gets Lincolns Nine Votes fa Railroad Commissioner IB the absence of County Chairman R C Warren Col W G Welch was made chairman of the railroad earn missioners convention held at tbo courthouse yesterday afternoon and MIFa oorninlttee on organisation and credentials The committee rec ommended that the temporary qreanl sttlon be made permanent which was dose attar which too following resolu tions were adopted 1st Resolved that wo approve the call fdr a convention to bo held at purposer of g a for Railroad Commissioner from this dis trlot 2d That we Instruct the delegates attoen votes county or voIto In said convention 3rd That the following delegates and appotntcr d county according to these resolution WelchIe J W Guest G A Walter L G Goocb S Glnenedelegatestoo J W E Perkins Josh Wilson W L McCarty E D Caldwell Jr Sam Helm R L Hubble alternates MATRIMONIAL QogrdayA soon at Scranton Pa secured on Injunction to prevent the marriage of daughter Miss Cora Bogle and Denny of Somerset were married at lobe Pbo nix Hotel Lexington IL W Walker of Cleburnc Texas and Miss Nettle Baker of Columbia will bo married Oct 15 Arthur Bfankenshlp and Miss Mottle Grinin were joined pearl and hand at Golay Grubs Saturday The engagement of Miss Sue Hume society hallo of Richmond and Low D HerrlngWn a wellknown young business man of Atlanta Ga has been announced Too wedding will take place at tho brides homo OctO8 DEVOURED BY Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed Tho saliva trouble arises from their food Inot auimilatcd but ed by worms A few doses of Whites leCream Vermifuge will cause thorn to cease crying and begin to thrive at on very much to the surprise and Joy of the mother 23c at Pennys Drug Store Atlantlco e S Nashville railroad Is generally ac as true by Louisville railroad financiers Car Stone of Pennsylvania is said to contemplate the calling out of the entire National Guard of the State for duty In the anthracite coal fields LANCASTER Repairs have begun on the Christian church Price Bros sold 40 mules to Eubanke tc Bubble at 102 60 Some Ono walnut loge have been cut and brought In for shipment The O W B M bolds Its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday after noonJ T Williams handsome new brick storeroom and residence on Campbell street Is nearing completion Tbe protracted meeting at the Fork church closed Friday night and 11 can dldates were baptized in Dlx River Sunday gDooroaboarding house In an uptodate first close mannerYEd and N B Price Bold Bright Her ring 43 sheep at 13 Bright Herring sold to Ed and N B three year Ing cattle at He- Garrards successful tobacconist J T Palmer look second premium on a lot of fine tobacco shown at tbo State Fair at Louisville last work Slice Pearl Bottls late of Lexington but formerly of this place has voters ed pare as a typewriter and stenogra pbor In W McClelland Johnstons ofklice Eld A R Moore has returned from bis meeting of two weeks at Mt Car mel In Clark county and reports a floe revival with 16 accessions to tbe church The Baptists are arranging for tome repairs on their church edifice and will have afuraatio put In some painting and papering done and a new carpet put down W B Burton bought a horse of S T Harbison S Co Lexington for 1350 He also bought one of Sweeney Morgan for 2125 Mr Burton bought five mules 8100rbo recently bought for 11300 from Mr Sanders to Mrs Juliette Rogers at an advance of IOUsDr Beacley In turn thou bought Mr Nevius cottage oo Lexington street for 12500 Sire B W Galnes will receive a pension of 812 per month duo for the service of Joe Gaines as a U S soldier and whose death occurred in the Poll ipplnos about a year ago Tbo remains will reach Danville for Interment with in the next six wee ks Mr Cyrus Moberly of tho Stone sec lion has In his possession quite a curl only In the way of a cucumber that has been encased In a glass bottle for over 40 years has grows to a considerable etaaand is very muh larger than the mouth or neck of the bottle Mrs George M Patterson district W C T U president goes as a dele gate from the local Union to the State W C T U convention held at Madl soovlllo this week Mrs Patterson wlll do credit to her town and organization by the part she takes In the convent lions exercises MUs Edna B Mitchell of Bender ion NO and J B Moss lato of the same State were married at the homo of the grooms brother Mr Eugene Most Miss Minnie daughter of Squire Noel of Buckeye and John McCuIIcy of tbe same locality drove to Rich mond Friday and were united In mar flags The open session of the W C T U on Saturday was well attended the de votlonal exercises were conducted by Sire J E Woolford an interesting ueprogram was furnished by the children talkrwas H Pearco An abundance of Ices and cake was served at the close of tbe ex ercises Roboa sojourn Miss Mattie Beazley of grab Orchard Is visiting Dr and Mrs W S Beazley Will Goodloe of Paris is tho guest of D M Lackey and family Rev J E Woollord has returned from a visit to Louisville Mlle Frankie Kauffman Is reported qulto Mrs M Y ONeal Mr and Sirs L F Hubble have re turned from their Summers sojourn at Rock Castle Springs Sire Charles Norris and daughter Miss Mettle of Frankfort are guests of Mrs George T Ferris MUs Rella Arnold returned Saturday from Louisville Mr Mary Fox and granddaughter Mary Owsley Wallacen MrsrF E Hughes have returned to Louis vllle Little Josephine Paxton has hercegrandmother Mrs A C Robineoo Mrs Elbert Smith and children ot Jelllco TenD are visiting Mrs Gee T Farris R H Batson has returned from a trip to Cincinnati Misses Fan ale Shugara and Eliza Rucker have re turned from Cincinnati The domestic silk Industry employee 24COO men 30000 women and 6000 children In 453 mills with 81000000 capital = = = spy 4r 5 Business Clothes When you buy them you want businesslike prices but it isnt good business to have clothes that are not stylish We have tho right combination here Style Price and Appearance We are waiting to show them toM au- IT 1PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied T oifflLLEH Daftville KB HI New Line ol Collee I nt lOo 8c up 15o on up r TRY IT SOLD BYE Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR TEN DA- YSSpecial SaleTo make room for fall goods we offer our thedollarLinen window dtnde window IlIalcsnt yardTowels upTablecloths Tablecloths barlt Pearl buttons 3o dozen Tens top shirts worth SOc anti 75c all go at 45c Mens summer underwear at 17c Ladies guaze vests at 2ic Ladies handkerchiefs at 3c Shoes and Clothing at hnltprice Remcnlbcr thc plncethe New York Store next door to Lincoln County National Bank C Rosenstein 6t Co STANFORD KY dJ SpooMOuD and Toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now On Craig Hooker STANFORD efiem tiodorA preparation for eradicating the dis 0perspirationIt is n sure cure for the odorsjfrom perspiration on any clothingAll t W B McROBI TS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON 4 H H HENNINGER 01 Ware Owntr It a wndlAil for state Trt nrsr ssbtct to the icilon of the IXKxr lk pn1 ROBERT HARDING of paavlp Y u eindMsle for Clwall Jnfljte IUb Ject Ike Mica W the D w cnUc i tlj CHARLES A HARDIN- of ten U a upold le ler Oowmonwesltbs At lorm saf tae PUt JIId1 dtairletbJte tolb tbtd IraU1IPor CongresI G G GILBERT r ShelbyII t EDITOR LILLARD of the Danvlll News Is somewhat of a mindreader In fact his Rift In that line Is such tbatI he can toll Dot only what Judge M Saufley wants and thinks but man things the judge has never thought ol Rand readers are dubbed professors IIII side shows and many other places and Brer Llllard belnjr one he If entitled all the honors of the profeaslon After reading Judge Saufleya mind Prol Llllard finds that our townsman want 178 to buy 100 bushels of wheat and 15 to buy 100 pounds of tobacco etc This settles the question We have dente the charge all along that Judge SaulleyI Is a bolter but we must give over DOWI A man who wants to buy wheat and tobacco at such prices canS be nothtnj short of a bolter Prof Llllard also finds that tho judge does not wan any thing open and above board because he asks for a primary The pro lessor Is wrong there Nothing can be fairer than primary elections when each voter can have a voice and where the rlngsters cant have everything their way The professor knows pri maries are fair though ho merely tends to think differently because heI rI knows that Judge Saufley would beatI his candidate a block In one He preI fare the ballot box where If a fraudu lent vote Is put In It cant be gotteDI out because nobody can say who the f fraud voted for He prefers the system of counting ballot dlately proceedsj to burn up the so that may act the rascal without fear of de tection Wo are shocked at the prot fessors Ignorance concerning the elec tion laws School children here know that the ballots voted are kept In tbeI boxes for sly months and are then burDI ed it there Is no contest Judge Sauf ley does prefer the ballot box but you misjudge his reasons for It He knows as you do that those who participate in primaries feel honor bound to support the nominee He knows that when one or two men In a preclnctconvenllon run matters to suit themselves the voters of that precinct take very little in terest and feel that there is nothing binding that they can support the nominee if he suits them or not as they like He knows further that this judicial district is no rock ribbed dem eucceaefultand election sure In further read leg Judge Saufleys mind the professor presents a lot of figures and imagines a childish conversation between our lLtowneman and his four master commie Is too absolutely silly to be noticed The professor evidently mistakes tbe most able circuit judge In 1Kentucky for a peanut politician who stoops to the small things suggested but as usual he is wrong Judge Sauf leys dignity Is in keeping with the high office he holds and ho neither thinks nor cares about the little master fcommluionerconveraatlouaorjuggling The judge Is not only a dignified gen ittleman but ho Is a democrat In all the tmplieeone who never scratches 4aticket but who with his vote and means helps elect every democrat nom t inated Can the professor say as much t for the candidate whose nomination he I espouses Certainly be can not THE Kansas City Star says that Parson Washburn of Oyster Bay who made the now notorious sermon before President Roosevelt Is like a man who rtarose at a funeral In a Missouri town baditwould like to a he free coinage of silver WlLUAM GOOCU who died near Greenup aged 00 was In both the Mex ican and Civil Ware and never asked or received a pension His name deserves to be written In letters of gold and pictures of silver ON the hypothesis no doubt that the Lexington people have no Bibles the Democrat of that city Is giving Its readers a chapter of the book of books each Sabbath morning ADAm democrats Instructed for Edl J tor F J Campbell of the Somerset t Journal for Congress Now let the splendid gentleman be nominated and 1elected republican governor of Iowa li of those easygoing politicians I Iowa Is for tariff revision Roosevelt or no Roosevelt I c IN a speech at Kansas City W J Bryan proposed as a trust remedy the plan of refusing them admission to tbo malls and the use of railroads anti tel ograph That would cut no Ice The trusts are rich enough to buy railroads telegraph and mall lines and then have money to burn A democratic presl dent and a democratic House is the only remedy and when the people come to their senses and vote right we may hope to subdue if not entirely breakup the Internal trusty JUST think of this The annual fe port of the commissioner of pensloi shows that there are 090440 names 00 the rolls There has been a net galD 5732 pensioners since 1803 The amount paid out during the fiscal year was 8137501213 and the cost of opera lag the bureaus and agencies aggr gates 13690520 The pension sy8tem since the beginning of the governmoi has cost 92092500010 THE superstitious are calling after t on to the fact that the president began his New England trip on Friday and Craig was killed and that he also began his Western trip on Friday vltb the result that ho was brought home on cot PCDDIN HEAD DEIIOE who Is In Washington says he thinks the reput llcans will carry the Third Fifth Ninth and 11th Congressional district In Kentucky THE railroad commissioners race seems to be McChord first and Crock ett no where The former will win on the first ballot at Frankfort tomorrow A CARD The following card is selfexplana tory and gives the lie to a charge tba bas been made In many portions of thl judicial district STANFORD Sept 29 Editor of INTERIOR JOURNAL In reply to your Inquiry whether hero was any motion or proposition foi j primary election at the meeting ofI the executive committee of the 13th ju Iclal district of Kentucky held In the city of Danvlllo Aug 9 1002 otherI ban that proposed by mo for the purpose of selecting the nominees for udge and Commonwealths attorney I will say that the only motion or order fora primary election In said meeting was the resolution proposed by me and tbat there was no motion or proposition r a primary election by a viva voceI vote or any other method by any other member of tbe committee Tho fun proceedlDlZs of that meeting have been published in your paper Examine your files R C WARRBN Chairman 13th Judicial District POLITICAL President Roosevelt signed the order for a Philippine census The New York democratic State con entlon begins at Saratoga today Simeon Cook of Shelby has an ounced for commissioner of agriculture Gen Alger has accepted the appoint Pent as Senator from Michigan to 61- 1the unexplred term of the late Senator IcMlllan Mablnl the brains of the Agulnaldo surrcctlon refuses to take the oath of lleglanco to tbe United States and mut remain In exile In Guam The next presidentialfight shaping up for a finish fight between Roosevelt and Morgan with the democratic party as referee Louisville Times The Connecticut State democratic invention nominated full ticket aDd- In adopting a platform refused to make any reference to the Kansas Cltydccla ration The civil service commission has dir missed as unfounded the charges reo sntly tiled at the Instance of Col D G Colson against Representative Bore tDg and Dr Edwards and Geo Young of Lebanon Gen Russell A Alger was Indorsed for United States Senator in the Mich Igan State judicial convention Tbe forces of Dexter M Ferry resisted In iralng anyone but were defeated by vote of 583 to 421 Speaker Henderson who la now at tlantlc City declares the republicans will soon have enough of such dleat trous medicine as they propose to ad mister to cure the trust evil II He said the presidents Cincinnati speech was splendid A tariff revision plank will be Insert cd In the Massachusetts State republican platform this year Such a plank Is said to meet the approval of Gov Crane the members of the resolution committee and most of the States Con resslonal delegation Judge B P Birdsall was nominated for Congress by the republicans of the Third Iowa district The withdrawal of Speaker Henderson was lamented In- the platform which asserted that tbo Des Moines tariff plank did not vary from the St Louts platform of 1000 Pulaskl county democrats have Instructed for J P Harrison of Wayne county for Congress and elected the blowing delegates to the Corbln con ventlon Ben V Smith Jlobt Brown ayden Waddle V P Smith W J BrowD D F Epperson Berry Smith ranvllle Holsombacb W P Single ton John W Hood F J Campbell A Shelbyvllle dispatch says that W Lawson Sumrall the republlcrn noml neo for Congress In this district wa tboro for several days last week HeI came to get acquainted with the peo hIChlbla republican standpoint While tbere ho gave out that he Intended to eonol duet a vigorous campaign for the of flee The following diplomatic appoln mente were announced by the State de lartmoat Charlemagne Tower am jasaador to Germany Robert S Ie Cormlok ambassador to Russia Della my Storer ambassador to AiUtrlalIui gory Arthur S Hardy minister to Spain Charles Page Bryan mlnUt to Switzerland David E Thompson of Nebraska minister to Brazil The latter Is the only new appointee the others being transfers or promotions THIS AND THAT Ben ONeal aged 07 the oldest ma In M anion county Is dead Emllo Zola the great Frenchman was asphyxiated In Paris BRO BARNBS Is preaching at tbe courthouse Danville this week L A Donald of Sholbyvllle thro himself In front of a street car and Wal killed The president passed the most satlt factory night since bis return from Ic dlanapolls Harry Jordon of Sioux Falls S D died from Injuries received In a too ball game A Madrid dispatch says that Queer Christina was recently married to her master of horse Miss Barney May Davis of Danville and Frank Reece of Boston will be married next month St Paul female clerks are pledging themselves to marry no man who cant show a union labor card Wm Harris died In his yard neat Mayfield and his body was badly mutilated by bogs before It was found There were over 70000 persons at the State Fair at Louisville last week and yet It Is said thu fair didnt make mon oyStriking miners resort to more vie lento In Pennsylvania holding up a train and dynamiting a nonunion workmans house Gov Durbin and Attorney General Taylor held a conference at Indlanap oils and decided to take vigorous action to suppress whltecapplng In Indiana M J Farrla sold 433 export cattle to B F Sunders of Harrodiburg They average 1350 poundsandbroughtSfi 66 They are for October delivery Tom Motcalf told to J C Johnstone a carload of 60 hoes averaging 200 pounds u Oic Advocate Small Earm for Ront Small farm of a IS sere nt TarnenTllle for rent Good dwelling and outbuilding Address Albert Given Tarnenvllle Ky Small Farm for Sale Small farm of acre on Hanging Fork near Peyton Well for sale ohenp leas and fair barn Other twoItorrdwelllnlt Splendidly watered 11V Lurnforil Rowland Ky For Sale Privately My near Tnrneravllle on Stan ford and lluitonrlllo plkn consisting of IK tcreof land comfortable dwelling ot Ilx- room and necessary outbuildings Extra arden spot some fruit and a never talling price In yard In halfmile of church shool two dally mulls In ilendld neighborhood For further par tfcular apply to Mrs S L Lewis Turner Ille Ky PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCTOBER llth 1092 I will veil at public vale at farm In Oaiey ounty near the Iluitonvlfie and Brad ordsvllle pike 3S mile from Hoitonvllle tho following described property Two Dare yearlings mare colt our yearold by Thornton Star three rearold tunic inllch cow 40900 pounds of baled hay farming tool consisting of cultivator corn planter disc harrow mow ng machine almost new hay rake and oth er tool S two horso wagon buggy reading cart some fencing post and mortised household kitchen furniture consisting of 3 bedroom suits fold- Ing bod couch chain dining table new oak tore heAting stove etc Term 84 and under cash In hand over that credit of months with 0 per cent Interest from date Good bankable note rcqulllJdI E P OAnrECTEH Ultonvllle SHERIFFS SALE Dya virtue of Execution 1667 against phrlam Pennlngton 1SS8 against 31rs Sallie J 1600 against E 0 Single ton and other directed to me which Issued from the Clerks once of the Lincoln Circuit Court In favor of W II Ulggln J Price Infirmary and J O Carpenter against E O Singleton and others Mrs Sallie J ennlngton Eph Pennlngton I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 13th day of October 1002 between the hours of I clock ii and 2 oclcck r at tho court house door In Stanford couuty of Lincoln Ky to public sale to the highest bidder tho following property or 10 much as may be necessary to sat bfy the amount of tho Plaintiff debt In eret and cost towit The threo executions amounting to 320Y7 cost and Inter est Included These three flfan wero levied on the undivided lt Interest each of Sallie J Pennlngton E O Singleton and other Pennlngton on the following tract of landin Lincoln county ICy bounded on orth by land of T J King and Mr II L brahuin east by land of Mrs M Pi wsley south by land of Mrl M P Owdey anll J V Hmpton heir west by land of- II V Newland Mrs Sallle II owland Tbe whole tract containing about 275 acre his levy is made subject to a mortgage of- T J Foster on of tract for 81600- ith 6 per cent Interest from October 17 1000 Levied upon as the property of 31rs SaUle J Pennlngton Rph Pennlngton and E O Singleton others Tercc will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security ro ulred bearing Interest at the rate of per ceDt per annum from dar of sale and hav- Ing the force and elect a sale bond thl- 27tb day of September 1002 M S BACOHUAM Sheriff Lincoln Co By W V McKInney Deputy Sheriff e We mall samples to out oTtown customers onlypecla rill nnd any The Grand Leaderx11 V II We have on sale the finest line of Black and Colored Dress Goods has ever shown in Stanford We show J b Ll JWiiich JMrose Mack and colors nt 60c yurtl 40inch 1orolo clout at 76c ant 44incli Storm Sorge till wool nt 60o ynrtl 44inch Ktnmino in black from 81 to 82 n ynnl 44inch the norat wonve 8126 to yanl 44iuoh wide Wnlo worsted from 8136 to S2 yard 3G inch Cloth nt 50c nn1 54inch skirting vary honvy nt 8125 yurd 64iuoh Broadcloth black and color 08c lul1IA 15neof narrow braids appliques in all colors nt prices running from So to 81 per yanl TH GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY S B LEVY Manager THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of largtcal and chronic diseases and for eon sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal hullo when services are rendered and must be paid promptly FOR RENT I desire to rent my property ItUlltltJ o- nSomt street X mile troD town cnosit log of dwelling of seven rooms beside4 kitchen and servants room cud a One cel lar smokehouse chicken bouov coal house and a good table and 10 acres of laud hydras one In the yard and 011 for Muck well cistern combined near the door fur drinking rmrpose Said Inol1 rt In good repair JAB 1JA1LHY BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysotLow Office in Masonic Illdg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice la all the State Court also In and Ua OoarM MlectlOB made and promptly remitte- dDISSOLUTION The majority of the stockbotders fit Iht Neaf Creek 011 S Oal Oo have dsmed to dose It business and wind op IU attain All persons having agalmt It will present them to the undersigned Sept IS IMt FoR TttI ItUli Pre J M PjrrrM See To the Coal Consumer Having bought oat Hlggtas t Sims the eoal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your and corn In exchange for coal at tbe market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for your money Order at coal house phone 41 or lioonei livery table No Soone Dunavant STANFORD KY For Sale or Rent Property known as Tbt itassell Spring consisting of acre M In woodland and 15 under cultlvatloo a IB room hotel one cottage of it and another of e rooms furnished throughout and In good repair Near the hotel Is n of cha ybuato water which has been analyzed and Is known to have One medicinal properties The lummer patronage U good the transient the year A fine opening for an enerprslng lintel rune For further luformatlon terms address or call on Vaughan k Oraham Russell Spring Kentucky TraylorDEALEaa IK Rice WhlskU Brandu Wines Beer Gears Etc KYOlolePrompt atlcntloa Nothing hut the best- to drink Mail rhon cr tNegraph order reserve romp attention p S Gloves in all colors I sire worth X1OO go at wr 73cl that been Zohollino S3 Venetian full Props duo surrounding e e ICnIl and soo what wa J birthday wuddui etc Onr now selection 11I0Ifers many gu gcstions I ISiI01n1Oe AVatchos and Cloaks Etc I I r e I W H MUELLER I We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they got horo withrout insisting The public at largo is not half ns particular as wo nro in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate 1111 I prescriptions In tho buying soiling or compounding of drugs wo never I guess We make sure that everything is right in every particular Conic to us Pennys Drug Stores ardKy What is it Youll want it Come sec it We sell it- fUl Uu4C 1 cvz 1 JLctclc1 U r t 9e 1 etc S jC W S ydiiAN8hors ftllrnliliro Co CARSON JPr PENCE DEALEHS IN1 Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck J boards HarnessI +Full mud complete stock of the above always on hand and ore sold at prices that defy competition See our elegaht line ot Lap Robes ta Dr Goldstein will bo at tho VERANDA MOTEL t s Wednesday Thursday Oct 15 IB OFFICE HOURS 0 A M TO 4 P M Continuously for the past 25 Veal DC Goldstein the well known physician and practical optician of Louisville y has visited Stanford His reputation la os tabllshed and his work has trtven entire satisfaction having patients all over the State of Kentucky Take advantage of hit skill it you hit services I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFOIID KY KIIT 30 1002 n In fllllnc your proscriptions wo are the right medicines In tho exact prop done and with proper taro Wo ooul not do better It yon paid Uf doublo tbt i price which Is always reasonable Pen cyi Dri2 Store PERSONALS Miss KMILY DCDUHRAK every RKV K B MAIIOSY ts Out attar a long lilacs rUNEST WARKUN wai down from Mlddlcsboro SundaiMRS K U HITOIIIP returned to htr Texas home Sunday lION M F NORTH went to Louts tlllo this morning MRS W P TATE returned from Loulsvlllo yesterday Miss MAMIE WHITB Is back from a visit to LoutirlUo friends Sits W D PENNY and children o Danville were here SaturdayIGoo D PLOIIBNOB Is III again not seriously we are clad to state Mu J J McKlNNBY Is at Joseph Price Infirmary under treatment MISSES SARA AND MADQK UAOHUIY are visiting their aunt at Cleveland Va MR C M YOUNG and children liar din and Cyronn went to Louisville Frl day JAMBS T MBNBKEK Is with bl brother Samuel W Menefeo In Dan rule Mn J M GKUIIHS of KIdds Store t was a substantial taller at this oCloo SaturdayMR n Govrnt aid nltjtM Mrr It O NunDclley went to ete ayIMiss MAY UKJUARDSON of Vast St Louis Ill Is the guest of Mrs Nannie S Sautlcy I MR AND MRS T W DuoKBflY o Paris III visited bar nlew Mrs U s TraylorIMR G A PEYTON oj Stanfordt opened tho Veal boarding hoa e TbulItday Mlddlesboro News MiM BBS3IK MKNBrBB left Frida for Philadelphia to teach the oral sis Urn In a largo Institution Mm WILLIAM OALL left Saturday for Missouri to Me her brother Mr a George Pence who ls very III- MH OLMLLANO FASTLANU and Miss Louise Kastlaad of Louisville spent Sunday with the horaelolks her I MK83H3 S M OWBNS and W M Myers of the West ICed have returned from the oil bide of Wayne countyfrMB THOMAS McROHBKTO iaMes It L Slater and Elise Yake of Anderson lot areotDrodbead wltbI t relatives t Polar M D HUOIIKS Col J WI Miller and Mvtsrt J 0 Beapblll aDdI J T Hays of Lancaster were heroI I yesterday MRS T J ROHINSOS was down tram HuiWnvlllo Saturday to meet Mr I Alice Lusk who bad been visiting Lancaster Tilt families of Messrs T S and J 0 Frith of Drodhead have been hero attending the bedside of Mrs Dr W U ODannon rl MRS E K SHKWMAKBR and MI Delia Coffev of Moreland are back from an extended visit to friends Pawnee O T Miss ANNE SHANKS left yesterday for Ann Arbor Mich to attend tho bedside of her brother whoso Ulncss Is mentioned eUawhere- Mttssns ST HARRIS and It 0 Denny of Lincoln county were guests of Attorney J G Denny yesterday Loxlngton Democrat TUB Daughters of tbo Confederacy C will moat with Mrs J W Alcorn ibis Tuesday afternoon at 3 oeloek A fun attendance Is requested JASON WKSLBY Mlddleburgiclover postmaster was hero Sunday to meet Joo D Williams who had been on a prospecting trip to Virginia MR T II SHANKS who went to tho 4 Ann Arbor Mich taw school was op Itoratedlie stood the operation well and Is rap- Idly convalescing It D PADOEP and wife of Wayne burg were visiting the family of W R Gooch last week Rev J M Cook of Lincoln county was vltltlng his son y W It Cook Miss Mary Denton is vie friends and relatives In Stanford 4Somerset Journal was elected city tax the council Miss Sara lWood Lynn Is hero from Stanford and will begin her elocution work In a few dope Miss Alice Dayton of McKln position as salesla soy has accepted a dy In Sleeslngera store Somerset L Ropubllcan THE birthday party of little Miss Virginia Givens daughter of Mr and Mrs L B Glvons was a novel enter talnmont for the little folks Each lit tIe guest woro a dross or suit made of bright colored crepo on laco paper and during tho afternoon refreshments wow served Ilarrodsburg Democrat RIOE F EUIJANK of Stanford candi date for State superintendent of public Instruction was Ihakln hands with his friends in Louisville yesterday Mr Bubank reports lively times In tho raco between Judge SauHey and his oppo nents for tho democratic nomination for circuit jugde In his district Cour ler Journal BORN to the wife of W H Brady aI daughter COL T E BIIJII loft thin morning to visit bis daughter at EIartfordJSHELTON M yoatordayMRS M could bo expected Her little daugh typboldfever LOCALS HHATINO stoves ut Parrls ft dos p1STotatCraig A Hookers SitciAL 17 radios tailored skirt at 1198 Grand Loader another oaf hand IWANTBD Stanford OLASSBS to tit the eye Latest etglo In frames Craig b Hooker STRICTLY all wool mens pants worth I260at176 Orand Loader f1VEhave some milletrecd soaks for cheap J U Baughman i Co NEW styles In sash and belt pineI beaded purse locket onMns etc J P Joncf MR E P CAnrt Rttof West End will sell his personally at auction Friday Oct 10 Seo ad Tim ladles are cordially Invited to cell sad expect our line of millinery MisseseLOST between the college and Wal tons Opera House Friday night a gold stick pin In shapoof a leaf and set with pearls Leave at this algae cTIIE Charles WheeleEmporium- Hustapvlllo announces to tbe public It Is now ready tosupply the wants of the ladles of the West End with the most up to data millinery 1NortoEFor all claims allowed at the October term of the fiscal courtI cortlfleatcs will bo Issued by the coun clock directed to tho sheriff payable of the levy of 1002 Instead of certi heretntorayTo Tim PEN Sheriff Lee Tato an deputies of Roo It cattle pasted throu Saturday to Frankfort with the followI Ing prisoners aonvleted at the last Writ of court John Hnrnilde grand lareo ny Silas Uardle nouie braking Wy au Allen mnrder Harap Mlae man slaughter PaR the st enth time our good iend Mr R D Caldwell Jr of Way tbYe Association to print Re Is clerk of the association and ha been for many years The last associa lion was bold with tho Cllfty Grov- oYurah In Pulaskl county and It was most Interesting and profitable one THIS Is good news for the soldier treau1oCalboun relative to Kentucky Span lib war claim and a warrant for SCO 08 an excess of 152800 03 over t original allowance was drawn on tho moneyItbo Ont three Kentucky regiments etabout Christmas each private vocal log approximately 150 OBANNON A Uodly woman wont to her reward when Sin Dr W OBannon pssed Into the great b yond Sunday night She had been for flvo weeks and from the beginning oho said she wouli not gel well Ti doctor hero gave her all medical tention possible but her time had come and her light wont out lust as a beautiful Sunday passed Into a memory Mrs OBannon was Miss Ellen Frith of Brodboad and she woe married 1SSO to the man who Is now elm crushed by his loss Early In lIfo Ibo united with the Christian church and oho had hose a faithful follower of meek and lowly Naxarlno since S was one of the most untiring xorkc In tbo Christian church hero and ebe will bo sadly missed In church and oth er circles Foremost in all good work Mrs OBannons good deeds will llvo after her She was ono of those excel lent women who took pleasure In help fag those who needed help but who savor made a display of her charitable acts Besides her husband twodau p ters and two sops aro left to keenly f the lose of a mothers tender lore at guidance May Ho who shelters tho shorn lamb from the storm guide tho motherless children In tho right dlreo Lion and make them emulate the splen did exempla sot by their angel mother Saturday night the good woman call husband and children to her bedel and after a short talk told them good bye It was a pathetic sceno and ono that will linger long In the memo rice of that family Shortly after noon Sunday she sant Into upcopeloltep from which she never revived Au services at the Christian church at 10 oclock this morning by Rev J W Hagln and Eld B J Plnkertou tbo remains will be laid to rest in Buffalo Springs Cemetery The pall bearers at Mrs OBannoni funeral this morning will bo Mete re J K VanArsdalo A A Warren Dr W N Craig John P Jones J Hocker J B Baughman BOYS suits nicely made OSo Grand Leader Bio redaction on Jardinlers to close Farris Co THY tbo Oreat Grato water beater Farrls tCo Go to Mlta Saerays for uptodate photos at right prloes COOK and beating stovsw grates Ac Jolla Bright Jr A Co I WILL pay 20a par down for tees M Ware MoKlnaay NIci3 parlor organ for sale cheap F J Jones Crab Orchard HlgglnRWINTER lap robes are In Call a p Clarye a s TJtUSSB8AIl kinds and sizes Low net prices Craig A Hockcr CIIILDRRrs Bloyolo Ribbed Hose the20e kind at 10c Grand Leader SPLENDID uncheapCALL at Charles W elere Huston vllle and see the beautiful lino of mil linery Just opened 01 OLD fashioned secretary sideboard sugar chests etc for sale Edward Johnson Stanford 4t JackeLbetReturn to Miss Tevls Carpenter I COCRT to SedayBled of which over 2000 aro for work lag roads and pikes ASIDE from the enjoyment of know log Mr Hale personally as an Intelli I Rapt cultured Christian gentleman have heard him recite on three different occasions and caoh time with lm Impareonatloof d of reality but show that month und years of study have been given to hit work C H Irving pester 1st Baptist church W flay City Mich At Wal tops Opera House Thursday evening Oet 2 enjoyhOpera House In a long time was that presented by Mrs A D Reids class Friday evening It was a Delsarto en tertrln ient and It was as novel as It was pleasing The prettiest young ladle In town took part and Including the children In the working scone more than 60 person faced the large au dience The recitations by Misses El Josese Varnon were all deserving of much Noall Myrtle Abrams and Etta Belle Cloyd ware very fine The dude drill a pdall drill mareb were artistically e burlcrqC a very amusing The quartette elDgln as Levyhoflop with a solo from II Trovatoro Ho has a rich voice and his singing was a feature of the entertainment Miss Al Ho Huffman furnished muslo accom panlmenls and did It well Tbo tableaux were well given and they added greatly to the pleasure of tbo evening tBh0 cafear ivillwont to whoocoatm0 season lowing le tbo program which was excellently rendered Piano SobSliss Myrtle Abrams Drill March Misses Tevis Cnrtent Iyrnet Luutle Cooper Nellie and Josephine Warren Sophia Aloorn Fun Ito Cloyd SallieStone PInkerton r Slnthi1o n yedecd HlOltOtlonlfhh musical aCCOmnanl Aux Italians Meredith Miss Anna Dar t Pantomime Refugo Class QuartcUo Mrs Ilankin Mrs Ann Darlson Messrs Ilanoy end M Clary Japanese SongJoan Sounders Recitation Miss Furbelow Anon CarpenterdNiobe IVTho Goddess Diana Dohoding tho Sleeping Endymlon Vocal SoloSweet Bird of Song Uolst Mss Nellie Warren Recitation Fra Guiocamo Saundersall Ef onco Recitation The Baldhoadetl Man Arkpnsna rravela r Master Tom Varnon seaTableau Movements HomeSweot Clanters Statue Recitation Lauroamo tho Marble Dream Banks Mss Ella May Saunders Plano 5010Slfss Etta Bally Cloy- tlTableauThe Death of Virginia TableauJepthaha Daughter The Working Song i Twenty Boys and Girls The Dude Drill By tho Young Ladles The Dudlne Drill By ten Young Men FOR a firstclass school shoo go to J1- P Jone OIL cheap to close John Bright Jr S Co shoespricesfrom TUR L Noffers another tlSOi roundtrip rate to Clnslnnatl Sunday LADIES see our new gun metal shade In throb clasp kid gloves J P Jones thatWesPowell Bale the entertainer will be at Alcorns opera house Uustonvllle tomorrow Wednesday evening MART COLLIRR who was given a term In the penitentiary for poisoning atda years ago Jr M D Elmore tolls ua THE reunion of regiments of the Un- Ion army recently announced to tako place near Hustonville has hoop postponed ono year on account of conflict lag dates with other reunions and the veiling of the monument at Perry vllleIItentleImanCollege bo gave an entertainment to the faculty and students which was largely attended by prominent ladles and gentlemen of Stanford Tbo sat isfaction of the audience was general take pleasure In commending him as- a gentleman of great success In his pro ssion Nannlo S Saufl- eqPUBLIC SALE ON TUESDAY OCTOBER will offer for sale or rest ray handsome ofIrllle and MIddleburg pike 3H miles from improveeatsksnooty convenient to a good public ichool Dwelling Is a modern twostory frame IMIll- dlog containing 7 rooms and hall and all necewary outbuilding In good repair a Rood cistern at door One variety of fruit of all kinds 100 acres In bluegrass remain der In cultivation Yer falling water teasing In good repair Also will tell Nor It acres of knob lend located H mile from the farm The following stock will also be told II heAd Yearling CAttle lb calves a bunch of nliro stock ewes a good milk saws 10 head of hogs head of hone 7 good shoats 7S herself corn good ewo bone wag on and harness One carriage doable bar sea and pole also single harness ADd shafts for same buckboard and some farming Implements TRHMB On real estate onethird cash purcbaleraodKySale at 0 oclock WILLIAM HUNN T DEngllth An- giePUBLIC SALE On Tuesday October 14th Kykttow1ITwo hMJ 4ytaroUhvrte main two 4vearold mar wale i work hone tycarold sue mules i rut4 sob i WI one cunhlMj mare Yar i Dr Hooktr 4yaroU horse i Wilkes iycar shortdt McGornlck tan shnlletanJ checker i McCor tIJKcharrowgtuch as cuHiyatori com eraetNt and plows non wagonarood mowing machines new hay rake McCurmlck Wodrr i new ROil cutttae box hand and horse paws s M of leathertug wagon hands 6 tets of plow ear ao apes of corn hi the stack to acres of sorghuai In the stack too told of ralHet hay about it bushels of clover tmd i ales oak bedroom suite gout at new i Myers haul and wind pwap blue crass sat strlpfers and harness Sooo feet oak box ire 1111 tMtframtoc ant timber Ev rjthnjr un der shelter In case of ram Sale cmnacnces at to oclock sharp Everybody come we will have a Kood tlair Dinner on the grounds TERHS sumsinder Sio cub over that amount enod hankaf K flutes at per cent Interest J P Chandler Auc M J HOFFMAN 04Alsu good long arHnE tee to loopoundtrf PUBLIOSALEIFine Farm Stock Crop Etc 60ON SATURDAY OOTOnEtl IMS at 10 oclock sharp my llluerrnst farm of 1M sates situated In Lincoln county on nullOleThe farm II well Improved and has on It IMt residence conveniences placeteform Splendid orchard and water In every Held large amount of land adapted to the growing of hemp At limo tlmo and place will tell stock consisting of cattle horses mutes alia crop Three extra milch cows will be sold Among other things are brood mares 3 mules 3 gelding good work horses fat hogs stock hogs 40 acres corn In shock millet number yearling cattle locust post farming Implement and household good xhlcocan d would make a most desirable farm Terms liberal and made known on ot into O n ENGLBMAN T D English Auc Shelby City Ky TU you need Printing of Any Kind f Give this office a trial QUEEN QUAL1TY The Famous Shoo For Women g Wear Ease and Elo a gance Combined Meal Kid Enamel Cnlf anti Vici Kid all one price 300 Cummins S McClary School Shoes There is not a line in the average stores of today that require such close study as the line of boys and girls shoes Our line is especially strong We gave it careful study The styles are good and the quality as good as shoemaking can be done Look at them Terms Cash ft J McRoberts Is r trt zre lij ro1 tl I0 fttfO 1 r For 60 Days 1 iVohave been receiving each clayIf j Dry Goods Notions Un derwear Snoes Blankets etc etc ilnl1we believe it is 1 Iri Nuff Said considering our long experience in kjbuying and our best efforts always you your moneys worth to v- lei say our stock surpasses any wefhave exec offered to the trade our arc right Come early 1whiletho weather is pretty nUll let fjrW Severance Sons New Store iv- si I1 3 m ti f t JOHN BRIGHT JR 3k CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves anti Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call 0- I NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell farm of 80 acres Just outside of the town limits It Is onp of thu prettiest homes around Stanford and Is twoItorydwelllogdry cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of tho outside tone Ing It kept up by others Very little fenc ing to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Oood roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the place J S Hundley Stanford a fT INTERIOR JOURHAl Entered n mdllrre the potloffice at Statiford ai J Pb11aheclrUtayajT acSJoSaV 1 PER YEAR CASH wWhen not iopud 2OO will beeharged IfG dKNOXVI DIVISION 11I4am n 3 lIIIasO24 oZ5 II II Somth1255mNo 23 n I p in For Ml Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Itts5temNo Owe Stanford ltaraNo ZJOpraCurhaatDuofaNT 4A 3 PRICE iI Burgeon Stanford Ky OfflcsoTpr UcUobsrU Drug Stors in tb Uwsloj Bulldlnf R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky 14OtfcanverIIigginset3fcElnncys Store H CNEWLAN Walnut SURVEYOR Flat Kentucky 9 y Offers its service to the people of Lincoln and adjoining couple NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUS2E Ii SDH Fren JUNCTION CITY KY 4FurstOraaaTurnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sate ri Mason Hotel iDIRS U D SIMPSON Pror I Lancaster r Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendId i table Every ling first class Porters meet all trains 89 i FOX LOGAN a DANVJLLE KENTUCKY fclVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE constantly on hand and Hor e and Mules for ula at all time W Logan Wood Manager t A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as uotoieer tol the peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him J+ cc A Y I UNDERTAKERE3IBALMER And Dealear In SABNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embslmors rkiel t tJJaLso DXlUM IX PnrnItureMattlingSItnjysThey t a call Prices right MANFOBD KENTUOKY fr 1 i otiti T ov r ti1atl u E C Walton President U JU Huqhev Secretary 4 Trealurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Mm TITLE CO Stanford Ky IUeneSadbwlnSMabal seroomsbAe beod la lite awsv MIPpeck arcbN aheeL od lora Ham raj rIteleaabtrent So Uoasio fotir good roomt but orah lUll I twonJi ikXHl barn and other Uilldlns In g repilr Cut la ilx 1ftt11 well fenced JO urn III one acre In raft trees rat la Ira llMllitsteemmlMlorersMilsat bargain and an sod obllrch olJI atbe i for t ndlnlaJJolnlallOldTrice fII r arrr TbUliaUrjiin- No House and lot In Stanford oou Ulna the rooiui tfOOd liable aodjt acre of Iad well lent One of pnttlmt building lots In town room enough In front for two ether cottages or at story front be bunt to the cottage and he wade a beautiful home WIlIbe mold cheap u Ibo owner mint Lase woneINo Two frame dwelling rooms and Teranda Good garden fencing and hawse la good repair For wit or rent Trice rea onaU No 1 hour and lot la Stanford Tbte rooml and Iront porch Uood garden and stable uood repair sold ehwp Na Honss sal tot In SUnforl tX itorlt 5 moms hood garden smoke and coal houses onl 1300 too c Farm of o acres IS mile Iron Hlan lord on county road s urn ealtlrstloa se la orchards and ml In Tinier Two pasture small cottage good ban and outbuilding eU watered and tenting fairly rat Haw ean Iwughtst your prkoai owner Hits In lodlsni Us and rout base money No 9 a fana ol tlX acres fonr mile from Slaa lord on lint pike In the county Sixty era wheat 40 In corn In timothy In ctorer and tlll In One bluegui Is rut In six adds well feat well watered well and spdog two Twodwellusgagood barn IDol outpond Fronts tot tnree gaartenof m- llothdwellinbangoopik Plenty III tltN and enough timber to po u A spleo farm and enlr M ratnutes kid from rountysat MnrcrsM Owner ol fine farm dj lnlrg Ibll bas recently refused 115 nr sere We otter this It i per ser- eNoll29 acres land with nefemary lmiro went mUD froH SUnlord Dwelling haa feuI rooms Teranda hall and rob Urge tern k use etc Weil watered fenced and bulldlolPI n good repair Jlke reso aW- eNol2DwelUn ofsU rootni ball and porcb nerutar outhuildroga and gaNG Alto large IwO dory yon room let lower room pplled shelfes etc Water la dwelling ioreroowal0hternandwall onane One ulle Sunferd HulWI eroufrelsiranddwelling originally euM tt5iO and 1I0re our sell Iwth for NM er rill rent or sell separately No iaMO lIre farm H uU of Crab Ureha Brick dwelling rooms two truant bitiaras well and splat near dwelling Farr ilgh state ot cultivation acres deer IooUom awl good feetlBg fruit dr Mite flUe an at Nw ttlJIJffI ot leaden Laaeaitsr street In irabOrekanl eppMlte Spring la gnu no revaaeatexa1 large suck ubsndanee 01 toek water vrettkat ulWtagdtetutawn lrke limo No 1JA nw voltage awl lot on Uneat treat Stanford rooms cistern tie lett t will tell for SI No 17A tuna of lfl arm near lluitonll IwelllBg of Uht roams nail rerand etc Dt tnaot house stock barn large tobacco barn anll OIlier outbuildings Ctitern geed well In Ihe ard and water In erery field on the place arm rut In Inn Will firstclass land No 5Qrm of sere situated near Elnp Ille Ky urn In eulllratlon 31 in tiMbcrri In CMM well watered two good tarns and oilier Htballdlnp send repair Dwelling eomparatlr r new Is wlibln yards Df three churcbi hool posteffiee awl C8 depot Properly lies on Ike and manly road and ts the Most dealrs arm In that section Ws will sell the whole or ff4Cn or la 1111 of not less than aerei to purebaser Thttrertaalycheep property Ko Mn of acre near Vayneta welling goof Urn sle Well walered building In ProductlTe lime lone land In owl neighborhood dote to leltoul nd on good road Trice liOO No 51 Alarm Of acres In Lincoln count Thrte dwelling good turns sad other 01- 11blllldiagtteh bane lama etc about the eenlfl of 100 acres All on cuoty road 4 mile fnHn burcb school and poetodre Lays well and well atered This Is a good and would ult two or thr e fjuillles that might want to come ronuthe same neighborhood Price reasonable No 55A larm ot 10S urn In Cawy county Kl Onll and onehsll story dwelling with six room ood barn and other outbuildings Stxty acre In iltlTatlon 49 acres In timber fruit crave ele Ipwell on county roil close to Church hooletc IrlaonlyM4 tie Mnu of tiS ante In Cary count Two gory ram wellloit twa good Lams lad olber OIItlouldI In good rrralr S toboooo lnJ and In good community A bargain ali aooo No S7K riuofllS acres In Casey county two 8 root frame dwelling and o- fwellinglnfdraoodldoun Urn IUd other out buildings On county splendid tobacco laad- well watered two wells spring eta This Is a lirablo howe Price SlSffl- Ko 55 Flay acres near Pleasant Point Ky rams house 5 rooms and Barn and othe- tbulldlogs eerie In cultlratlon rest la rer Well SW yards from pottofflce chot- d church lays well on puke and In good rom Pries I63O Webite buyer for 350 or 300 acre firm situate from one to three mice from town Alto buyer for out 100 acres sltusted from one to four frolu town with or without Improvements Alt a buyer for an 4000 to 810 000 taint close to town No 18 Four houses and lots In Rowland Ky Prfce each No 19 90 i acres of Und near Crab Orchard cbep No 20 Twostory house 9 rooms hsllreranda acres splendid land llightInhourekl- m eny in pod water at door liesutlful home Price fJOOO No R House of tire rooms porch ono acre llrollnd and good stable One mUD rom town Price 100- No 23 Farms of 141 acre 5 tulles from Stanford Pralue rooms 2 porches 2 Lama one alg we11lDfof shed combined the other aD extra good frame with cattle sheds Ilathd- arn arranged for curini tobacco Also artery motehouseandcorn crib Fine orchard suing In good repair Welt watered 2 cUterni flc This aria his been occupied by a former owner yesn and Is well preMrred and IUlI red It In tulle of posutficr church school tented ror r90iforhalf rent and L ruturaled In rom wheat tobarro and elorer Title perfect Cotl rr Itnt Ofnr PlIOO u county records will sty Will sail fl IlO- Olou Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres Und in loreland Uood barn aDd neeaaryout build Inl wells In rd splendid orchard and 2 acre In trawberries Immediate posweilon Price So 26 Farm of 100 acres near Crab Orchard Ne Iruaedwelliogofe room hU nnnda llamlswokehouseetc In good replr- WrU watered good orchard Cat la 5 acid 1- 0Irea in wheat 40 acres In corn 8 In timothy rut In grass 1rlee lJ0 per acre o26 Frame hotel large rooms double versa ds hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom Ironllnlt street leet Iroui hotel up stairs suits blo fordwelling 2 nice roll nicely furnished rrend and painted rooms and veranda each Irge barn en same lot used as livery table 0001- gardn Vacant tot adjoining M feet front by not deep All ot this property Is In London Ky and Is a fine chance for some one to make money lrnprlIor his refuted to for O reI- monb On account of ill health of his wife reIOn for selling proprietor desires to exchsnge for fins In Lincoln county Treasuiy DPJrtmenlIWashington D Office of Comptroller of the Currency Wherru satisfactory evidence presented to the uoterilloeJ has been male to appear that Fltsl National Bank of Stanford IxaKd In the city of Unfurl In the countof Lincoln anJ state Kenlucky tne provisions of Aclor Conrell to enable National Banking clallonl to extend their corporate existents ana olber purposes approves i th Ilia- Now therefore Thomas 1 Kane Deputy anJ- AcUnll ComptroIUrof the Currency do hereby ctrtl ty thAt The First National Bank of Stanford 1- 0cald In the city Stinforj In the county of Lln roln and State of Kentucky Is authorised to hav- succeulon for the perM sreclMJ In Its amended rtlcles of assocUtlon namely until close of business in AUIUI126 IOU t testimony whereof witness my hand and seal cf office thll slth day of August oo T P KANE and Acting CemrtrolUr of the Currency tin nfS a MsL3rr JI III 8 lIWI LAND STdCK CROPS ETC Two tows and pigs tot ale J j- Alamo Stanford Sixty stock doge for eaJa 0 L Car ter TurnoMvlllc Pair aced mules for sale C E Singleton Crab Orchard 3 FOR SALE19 750 to 100pound cutloi McOulro Bubblo 5t FOR SALE35 yearling cattle Good ones W A Coffey MeKlnney FOlt SALl2 good yearling Itcars D M Anderson Preaoherevllle a B Lawson sold tq Oacar Abraham 50 Durham butcher cattle at4eBarrods burg Democrat- D M Llpps f Sqo tbo llustonv millers Novo bought a lot of wheat re Gently at OSo to i2c It was 815 Mr E P Carpenter lold his Casey county farm for and not ItO as our types made ui say Strayed or stolen from my place at UcdRcvlllo a black mare 12 years old cut on right hip J C Cloyd Maj WIC Aah sold hit 3I1 acre farm near ChrUtlansbur Shelby county to Squire Davis tor 131000 FOR SALE A splendid lot of Duroe Jersey boars tour months old flubJect to register PrIce 110 for the next week Write or call at once R II Brooaugh Crab Orchard Ky3i W C Tcrhune of Mercer who was ID the city last night en route to RIch- mond told the Democrat that ho bad bought this season 1500 suckling mulcl it an average of 130 Lexington Democrat Ohio Anderson who lives on Mr Richard Bibbs farm hat on exblbl lon at Cash McClure store Tur lersvllle an ear of yellow corn tbat neasurea 14 Inches In length and on rhlch thero are 1850 grains The seed of It came from Illinois It Is reported that James B Hagfj bas closed the deal for the Kentuo Vssoclatlon course at Lexington Bo aye 40000 or W6000 for the property It Is said ho will In connection with a umber of prominent breeders give a ace meeting next Spring Fox k Logan the enterprising IIv rymen have completed arrangcmec for holding monthly combination ealoe of mules and horses at their stable on MaIn Street The sales will be COD ducted on the second door and Capt T D English will do the auotlonearln AdvocateA attended W A Petu ulo near Milledgevllle Saturday tc- PJ Chandler who cried tbo saletcl us The farm of 126 acres was bougl by J H Baughman of this place at 1305 Milk cows brought I to eli ne mare sold for t95 sheep t260yeai lln5 cattle 112 to 115 hemp 118 25 per acre wheat 65c hay 40 to 45c Itraw 150 No corn was offered Farmlc Implements sold low The Transylvania won In the paetb ll1cb noted horses as Onward Silver 208 Boralma 207 Lord Vlnoent208 oho Nolan 207 Rllma 2001 AIOYt 20U Kremlin 2071 Bouncer 2L9- etc will this year be contested by per hapl the best class or horses ever star cd In a single trotting uvent The value of the race this season will be 20 000 and as It Is looked upon ag tbl reatest of all trotting classics lendln a lifetime reputation to Its Winner tbe- honor ot winning it It keenly coveter by all horsemen and drivers Fort racel for 8100000 will be centered tbe 10 days from Oct 7th to 17thao all roads entering Lexington will pUt 00 excursion ratese Low round trip rates to Washington nccount GA R On account of tho Grand Army reunion at Washington D C tbo Chesapeake eh Ohio will ell- rouod trip tickets from Lexington si 111 55 and at correspondingly low rate- Irom all points Tickets will be solo 00 Oct 3rd 4th Cth and Uth and will be good to return until Nov 3 If deslr ed Extensive preparations are being mado by the government authorities Ii ashlngton to decorate and illumInate tbe capital In the mobt gorgeous maa- ocr Low rato excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during lobe reunloll to all tbo battlefields and eaet- era cities between Norfolk and New Y rk The C S O will have two faat- tralnl each way with flneat sleeping car coach and dining car service tra veralnK more historic country than aav- other line For full Information 01 eper reservation see any ticket agent or G W Barney Lexington K CROUP Jsually begins with the symptoms of common cold thero is chillness neezlag- soe throat bet skin quick pnlsohoarso ness and impeded respiration Give Iro- quent small does of liallards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and at tho first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Balards Snow Liniment fX- terDaUy to the throat 50c at Pennys s Dru Stor- eIuebandI wish youd keep awey- lrom that sewing Tbev do- ootblnt but gossip about everybody wbo lent there WUelbata just It I want to go- Is80 to make sure that they dont goo sIp about me Dr E T Noel one of Nashvilles Itblest and bestknown pltlzece died suddenly of hear dlicate At Flemlngsburg Russell Hall got a dea th sentence for Killing Jas Mark- well two years ago s i 1aIT Sf 12 Minutesfor Lunch That is the average lime spent in a large cit restau rant by three thousand lunchcrs It takes three hours to digest a fresh egg soft boiled three hours to digest a botlet1I apple dumpling three hours to roast beef In fact three hours Is about the time required to digest the average twelve minute The object ol the hasty lunch is to let the buy man get back to his office work Dut when the brain is active the stomach Is inactive for lack of necessary blood The natural consequence is indigestion aUlI indigestion opens door to many diseases Indigestion is sued by the use of Dr Medical Discovery which cures diseases of the stomach antt otter of digestion and nutrition and enables the perfect digestion nnll assimilation of foul w1tiswith heartfelt gratitude that I send thlt teslmonl11 which I wish you to publish wllb my name and aiMress writes Mr man of Wuhingtonv lie Orange Co N Y IIhad stomach trouble from childhood and suffer with It more or less as I crew up At the a j of s6 I was broken down with without a feting was terrible Could not red dla tress Could only rat a few certain things an was not able to work half the lime UYerrthlc I tried pn me temporary relief Bold Ire nnaded me to trr Dr Pfetcea Medical DiKorenrthe radial I took 11a botUu of Golden try and two vials of Dr Tlenxs Plaint Icl lets I then felt so well that 1 stopped tak medicine Sererat months have nd I an do the hardest kind of work can eat any thing that U set before me and enjoy It I m 17 years old and this Is the first hive enr been well Free Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser in paper covers is atnt free on receipt of 11 onecent stamps to seamforR V Pierce Buffalo N Y CHURCH MATTERS Louisville district conference bt5tlne tomorrow at Columbia Rev Morton meeting at the Chi lien oburoh at Science BIN closed wllh 10 addition The colored Methodist oburoh aD41 parsonage at Owlngsvllle burned osu log a 18000 loss Railroad Y 4 C Aa received 830 000 last year from railroad eorporatto for current expenses The British Bible Society has print sd 141000000 oopfts of the t rlpter in whole or In part In SOO languages Rev IL R Noel hat Jut olosed a 13 lay meeting with the Silver Creek aod IMney Fork churches which resulted I 14 additions Gen Booth baa just acquired toOOO icres of land In Western Auttrall rbere ht will establish n great Salv Ion Army agricultural and Indnstrl colony which he will populate trom he London slums 21 YKAItS A DYSPEPTIC K 1t Foster 318 8 Sd St Salt Laity writes I have been botberod wltb yapejula or indigestion for IYMnrifd many doctors without relief recently- ot I a battle of Ilerbine One bottle cured me I am now tapering off on the second I have recommended it to m1 lends it is curing them too 60c at Penny Drug Store IIIS IDBA OF News An editor de slrlnL the news asked a man to write It- from hU neighborhood and got this reo ply We have two school marms the boll cholera and about 60 bushels of po aloes and a tarnal fool who married a oeseyed girl because she bad a mule- aod 40 acres of land and the same II our humble correspondent Fulton Lader Field laborers In Spain rarely gel moro than 10 cents a day Their lole- tnod Is a soup made of oil water gar sand bread Many can notendure I14t hours of hard work In the brolUall IJn on such faro and faint In the fields About 5 per ent of them din annually The Nicholascounty grand Jury hat Indicted County Judge N H McNei for misfeasance In office It It charged tbat hit report to the circuit judge owed only 82 In floes collected ben- he bad collected 005- 0Stockholders Muting A meeting of the itockliolderi of the Nn- tlonal tank of Husloovllle will be held on Wednesday Oct for the purpose o laking a vote on the ambndment of Section three article of association reducing the number of directors from nine to term J W HOOKER cash- ierPUBLICSALE Desiring to dissolve partnership and fn- gne In other business wo on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15TH At our home near leptons Well 7 miles West ot Stanford and 4 miles North of Mc IInnny offer at public outcry tq tlio best bidder the following stock crop and Implements 781 bales of timothy hay ail bush oats hall Interest lu acres of corn ond- fodder sugar cane hay In stack Alio3h- ead steers 32 head 300pound calves lr700pound yearlings 5 cows 5 klngcalvcs 40 109 ewes I family mue 1 combined mare year old barnes mare Lori colt a yearold Oily brood mare I 4yearold horse S year old mare mule 3yearold horao- mule pair yearling mare mules 3 two- horse wagons I Superior drill disc harrow two horse sled I planter 3 mowen hay rake plows haYrows and oth er Implitaientii too numerous to mention 2 ets harness Columbus buggy Meyer buck- oollld set extra heavy wagon harness 3 hatlng stoves shotgun 2 saddles lot of and harness new Singer Sowing chine and a lot of furniture 5asteAU wane under 810 cash over jh it sum days credit or bankable nole- bearlnlC fi per cent Interest from day ale P k A B MJNNELLEY T D English Auct Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON STAKES 100000 PUSSES i October7th to 17th ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup4 35 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Fare Rates on all Railroads ice P STOLL President E W SIIANKUN Secretary LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL fCAPITAL STOCK QI8OOOO Directors Jll Uaxtoo j ntolets- o II Shaake WO Walker On W Carter Successor to The Farmers Hank lTrust Company and under tame- managmaet costia5ouI7 for M year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping seek twssJnnn relations will prow mutually IxxitfieUL First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This iBsUUitoo WM originally ealnbUtbMl the Deposit tank of Stanford la ISM then rear as lice NaUOtla thick at Sfciafonl In IMC sad vain reorralre4 at tM Pint Natal Ilaik of Skstoed to lase bal1r lid pracUtally as uDl- err1 este1e 1eyaa It is better laitttlted with fvHItthw for trrtHMCt bag uMee promptly sad well Ibis ever teeter Ift tie long Bore career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited fontTake Pillsbowels regular action cannot be secured enough make Int execute their natural funiti ns n ural agitation caused by athartus continual anI dues attain on the form nter tea I FIFTY CENTS PER DOT IE A dehorned brlntllc weighing to pounds has mark of preen paint on heel between hip Any Information thankful received Will S RmY Lancster Iy ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE ST Manufacturer of Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Hustonville Property For Sale I will offer at prlvnto sale my property situated on the north aide of Slain on east aldn of Oolleee street In llustonvlllu Iy consteting ot hotel and livery stable and viicnnt lot ThU property la well ar ranged for hotel or oardiug house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn tx75 and nil outbuildings necessary tor hotel and livery purposes good va cant lot for private noldencx It denlrcd Fvctlaitlnp water In abundance Property U well arranged for private roldence and h now rented tar purpose If you want toed paying property In lIulonvllle call on or address 8 Carpenter Iluaton rifle Ky PU BLIC SALE Having detormined to go West I will at my term at IreachcMvllle ou the Crab Orchard pike on SATURDAY OOTOI1EK 11 Sell the following named property Three goodbuggyfine Jersey milch cows calves corn crush er 1 Shorse cultivator lhorse cultiva tor I new plow mowing machine bay rake 8horsocorn disc harrow 3norse and harness and harness food as new a lot of household and kitchen furnitUre Including one organ good as new Terms made known on dal of W KINO J CHANDLER Auct H Grand re Transylvania BANK Officers r8 U j eIlAiKSf W X IIKIOUT Asst Oeshur- Officers J s IIOCKRK IrJJ J I W H WEAKEN Bkjw Directors F IteM LtMtftA 0S T Harrta UaoU Oo J 3 Hooka Uemn On W P VaJUw U eoln OsaJ IL OMltorOMb Orchard K D KlBiore Stafford L H IlaugttMB SUoJord T P lUll Jar Ilotrttsoa Hubble I II W I Tale Staofurdr Theytemporarily reinnftipaUAr ty agitating the secretes but bile to the lIllIllethe l 1 impels livereInrclsmg to the results eactsChills of of ESTRAYED steer BRICKAnd turning drill 0 n NOTICE of ISealfdFarm for Sales Contain IN acre of line hanging Pork land and has upon It residence buildings Ii In a state of cuillvatlonitand U well fenced sod watered U known e1 the E T Young farm and is In Turners OOOIHlrlUehDrd f the land Is In eras S1 Owen 3jiI r for Mr M E Young TIMBER LflND FOR SflLE t In order to settle the partnorihjpbu lne SirRontthavingsell 2700 acres of IImborlndln Adalrcoun 030 and 90MOM Tblt land feet contain of rwokclvai nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land Ii close to the famous oil Sold of Wnyno county and It well adapted for agriculturalrurposeI All of blugalnforaomeJ 0 COULTER Mlddlebnrg Ky OscarHuatn A RjYiEJ36I That pocallctl cheap insurance is the dearest tiling qn earth That a dollar rnivcil in tho preemium may cost you n hundred in a loss That rinlv solid rosh ru sight milt cxcncnccu manngcmoiit guarantee i sure indemnity That insurance in Iho Homo of Now York cnn bo relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Kxcluilve Agent for Lincoln OarrardDoVla cud Ooiey Counties