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V SEMI=WEEKLY INFERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1902 9 A M NO GO NEWS NOTES Tbero was a heavy fall ot tno r and a flirco itorm of Sleet In Central Kansas A Ore tuned by playing children destroyed 120 house at VotbnlV Po land FIre at Sebrco destroyed the butU pees section of the town at a loss of 73000 It It Mid that the Southern textile mule employ 50000 children under 10 years of ago Judge Uuibaodi bold that tho Mar iball county local option election held In 1509 It llloRM Three milD were killed and three fa tally Injured by the oxploilon of a mill buller near Smiths Grove Wbltccappert In Sullivan county lad tied James Arthur to a treo and whipped blm with hickory switches The Loultvlllo Ilorto Show opened Tuesday night with a Ono display of horses A crowd of 6000 wat present 7 There are more than 6000 olmlt f tresses In England and the department employs altogether about 30000 wo men During a family quarrel at Mltob olltvllle Tenn John Bynum shot and killed hit too who was protecting bit mother Mn Barry Whaley the wife of a wealthy farmer of Robertson county committed suicide by banging herself In a barn The limit of ibis earths oapaolty It 629JOOOOOO human beings At the present rate of Increase thlt limit will bo reached by A D 2100 Andrew Carnegie It said to have told a friend that be hat boon giving at the rate of 15000000 a year no averages eight libraries a day It It said Lteul Com William V Drooangb of the navy oommltted suicide on tho battleship Ktartage at tbo New York navy yard lie was a native of Ken tueky J The ooal famine It becoming serious oIn the Em In New York the price of antbraolte hat jumpod to 121 At Roeh otter board sidewalks aro being torn up fuelhof Nancy Hanks Lin Abraham Lincoln was dedicated at Lincoln City Spencer oounty led Gen JohnjiO Block do livered the oration J Plerpooi Morganlcavo out a state meat with regard to tbe L ft N deal lIe says tbe road will be turned lover to be Atlantic Coast Llnoand that tal norlty holders will be protected The L N bat passed to tho eon Ittrolof the Atlantic Coast Line but a I director says there will bo DO change In management Tbo gross earnings for the year wero180712267 and net llOS106il In a speech before the Southern lilt note Soldiers and Sailors Association at Carboodalc Gov Yates declared ho would pardon any soldier who In the a discharge of his duty killed a member of an anilNegro mob Mn Roosevelt1 now Cblnatcrvlcc t I lor the White House will cost 30000 and will bo the Quest In the United States When Bookcrlv Washington next dines at the White House there will be two features to tho occasion Glasgow Times What A Girl Ought to Learn An exchange prints the following t meager list of things that every girl ought to learn To sew To cook To mend gentlet4 To dread neatly To keep a secret To be selfreliant To darn stockings To avoid Idleness agota To make homo happy To control her temper To bo above gossiping To take caro of tho tick To take caro of the baby 1Toewoopdown cobweb marry a man for hit worth To read the very belt of books Tq take plenty of active oxcrclto To keep clear of trashy literature To be a helpmate to her husband To be lighthearted and fleot footed To wear kboct tbatwont cramp the feet To bo a womanly woman under all trclrcumltaDce 21 YEAK8 A DYSPEPTIC 1 RII Foster 318 8 2d St Salt Lako yCity writes I havo been bothered with t or Indigestion for 21 yearstried many doctors without relief recently I got a bottle of Ilerblne One bottle cur cd nie I am now tapering off on the ond 1 bnto recommended it to my friends It It curing them too It60e at Tennyt Drug Store Dr L F C Garvln was nominated for governor by tho democrats of Rhode Island Tho Southern Military Band at Barbourvllle and Mid dlcsboro On tbo 2nd of September the South ern Military Band packed Its belong ings and started for Barbourvllle Tbo members bad been Informed by the tec rotary that It would be almost Impossi ble to secure hotel accommodations and wo therefore decided to camp out So taking touts blankets and cooking utensils with ut we left on the 110 treln We bad but little tlmo for mak log preparations for the night so wo- concluded to pitch camp In the fair ground Having rotten our tents up we found we had nothing for tupper 10 we bad to go about two miles bask to town for provisions and then by the time supper was over it was late bed time and then to make matters worse wo could ana no ttraw In town but luckily there bad been tome grass cut off the fair grounds which afforded capital beds Wo also took a cook from here a oolored fellow named Simon Norris and everything wont well with Simon until about 0 oclock when tome of the members of tbo Jackson county fair began to turn loose their young cannons and then It was that Simon gut nervous lit laid ho would say goodnight but bo expected It bad better bo goodbyo We slept unmolested that night and next morning after a break fast of baooo fried potatoes bread and coffee wo were ready to give the fair all the muslo wanted The first day was an Improvement on tbo same day of last guar A ball game and the for al department In the morning followed by good races In the afternoon Tbo god day was about tbe best day the fair has over bad Tbe crowd was estimated at 0000 Tbo 3rd day wat hardly to good but was a success This ended our three day at Barbourvllle and wo can say while there wo were treated with all tho courtesy we oould ask It It surely a good town While there wo closed a deal with the Mid dlesboro fair which was to begin Sept 10th to we decided to move on up there and camp until too fair began but wblle at Oarbourvlllc wo heard such retorts of lawlessness of the place and were almost afraid to venture but con eluded to try It any way We reached that placo on the morning of tbe 4th and as at Barbourvllle we camped out at the fair grounds Of course after having beard tuob bad reports of Mid dleaboro wo felt a little nervous but when Instead of bearing the crack of a 44 wo were surprised by the welcome appearance of a big bucket of milk which was Sent by Mrs Irloe Wo camped tboro three days when a storm camo up and demolished ono of our tents to wo had to rent a house and move Into It While walling for the fair we were told by several that wo wore up against It That the president of the fair was tricky and we would have a bard time getting our money Well ho being an entire stranger and bearing what wo did of course made ut teal a little blue Some of tho boys were In favor of pulling up and drilling back home but wo finally decided to stay and knowing now what wo do of the placo and people wo would never hare gotten through kicking ourselves If we had left for at that little town It teems at though the hospitality of tho people know no oound Wo were never at a loss for amusements and our cook was hardly necessary aa we were sent cakes and other good things Wo believe a lot of our good treatment was duo to Capt D C Payne our manager who was acquainted with many of the people and on his account wo received the belt of attention After having spent threo aa pleasant days as any could with the fair came oft Wo bad been Informed that the fair at that placo was failure but instead of that wo witnessed one of the best fairs wo attended this season Tho stock and races wore good with liberal premiums and the order was splendid Wo played the three days for that fair DevIat much pleasure At tho close of the fair wo woro not only paid up In full but wero given passes for the entire band back to Barbourvllle where our tickets were good Wo Join with all who attended In pronouncing It a grand success And now thanking the honor able president of tbo association and all to whom wo aro Indebted for layers wo hope wo will be with tbem next year where wo hope to see a repetition of this good fair Reepectfully SOUTHERN MILITARY BAND Crab Orchard Cy RAISED FROM TIlE DEAD 0 W Landli Porter for the Orien tal Hotel Chanuto Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed SnowIwas dead I tried to get tome more but be fore I had deposed of my bottle I was cured entirely I am Collin de truth DrugStore HUSTONVILLE Wo aro glad to report Dr H Brown able to tako horseback exercise dally Rev Borumof Somerset It holding an Interesting meeting at tbo Baptist church W S Dryc Co of Hustonvlllc sold to P W Green of Lexington a pair of tine horses for 1700 C P Browns floe carriage horse had a leg broken last week and bad to bo killed Ho was a premium animal and Mr Brown had recently refuted 1250 for him Stock trading lIon the Increase here Fryek Allen sold to Miller of Indi ana a car load of feeders at 4 to 4io D C Allen bought of J U Smith of Russell 10 cattle at 2Jo and of other parties 40 at 2 to 4s 20 bogs at 5 to Oio and 125 sheep and lambs at 2 to 3c An elegant gentleman from a neighboring town was here this week look Ing at the storeroom recently vacated by James Fryo He contemplates open Ing a furniture carpet and undertaking establishment ana should he do so we believe he would do well He Is cor dially Invited to cast his lot with us MM Terry Pierce of Pine Bluff Ark Iwith tho family of Mr D J Newburn Miss Mary Woods of Dan ville is with Mre J W Lookrldge Judge W M Myers It in Louisville buying goods for Wcathorford k My ers George D Weatherford Mrs M L Lewir and little Carrie Edwards saw Ben Her at the Grand Opera House Cincinnati last week A P Young of Liberty It a regular Sunday visitor to our town A mighty pretty girl U the magnet that draws him Mr and Mrs V B Morse are back from a visit to Vanceburg friends W S Dryo and W S Huffman are sick Mrs S H Camoltz and nlccc Mist Florence Wil lard of Cleveland 0 are with the family of B R Camnltc Howard Camnltx who made such a floe record with the crack Cblokasaw base ball team of Memphis and who had a flat terlng offer from President Hart of the National League it at homo with his family Mist Edna Baughman has returned from a visit to Mrs J T Sml ley at Lexington Insured Against Twins One pair of twins Is not mush of a burden to any family however needy it may be but a second pair proves some what of an encumbrance especially If It comet within a year or two after the amA political economist In England re eontly became Impressed with this fact and decided to find a remedy Conse quently bo organized a company tho object of which It to Insure parents against twins Any young married couple may purchase a policy from this company and In that ease may rest assured that it will never find It difficult to provide for any twins or triplets that may be born to them The company does not pay any mon ey when only one pair of twins It born but It pay t a handsome sum on the ar rival of any subsequent pair Most of Us policy holders are said to bo men who could out easily keep the wolf from tho door if their wives pro vented to them two or three pairs of twins but who are now wholly Indif ferent as to the number of their off spring since they know that the more twins they have tbo more prosperous they are likely to become Program of the Unveiling The commission In charge of the Perry vlllo Confederate Monument has Issued the following program for tbo unveiling on Oct 8tb Exercises will commence promptly at 11 oclock A M lit Prayer by Fev B F Adkins 2d History of Monument by Robt J Brecklnrldge 3rd Unveiling of Monument 4th Oration by Judge M 0 Saufley of Stanford Ky 6th Adjournment for dinner ono hour6th Oration by Gen A J West of Atlanta Ga 7th Song by children of tbo Perry vllle Public School 8th Prayer by Rev E M Green Blow Mister Col1 YlFum de eas1 en wet Summertime Is good tlmo But Wintertime do bee Goodby Mister Melon Hate ter see you Rwlne But yander Mister Possum En be feelln fat on fine Atlanta Constitution DEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundantly The entire trouble arltet from inanition their food Is not awlmllatod but devour ed by worms A few doses ot Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and toy of the mother cat Pennys Drug Store Renew your subscription to the I J LANCASTER Water Is still scarce and a quantity It hauled in every day All three establishments are prepar ing for their millinery opening tomorrow Fleece Robinson has sold his cottage on the Danville road to Biff Bourns for B Marebal Short paid this city a visit and put a quietus on tbe blind tigersDr tt Mask Elliott of Lower Garrard has void his farm to T S Hagan of Madison at 165 Eld Garrison of Danvlllo begins a protracted meeting at Pleasant Grove church Sunday The telling of farms Is prevalent Mr Terrill Layton being on tbo eve of a silo to a mountain man at 850 Chat Burddtt has rented tbo Sut ton farm and will move to It Mr Sut tjn will remove to Lexington Ceo Broadduc has bought the Jas Nave farm of 120 acres for 3400 tho farm Is In the Hlattsvillo vicinity Miss Susan Anderson and James Thompson drove to town Wednesday and were married by Rev Woolford Mrs G M Patterson and Mist An derson organized a colored W C T U at the African Baptist church Tuesday Mrs Bettlo Embry formerly of this place was married In Louisville Satur day to J W Bush of Huntington W Va Tbe exercises of tbo W C T U Saturday afternoon will be conducted by Mrs Fannlo Farra Subject Toe buoy Women of the Union Little Helen Patterson who Is In MadUonvllle with her mother was ap pointed page of the State W C T U convention The young lady Is quite a good vocalist Tbe Rev Barton of Chicago will lecture Wednesday evening Oct IS at the Methodist church on The Old World In the New Century or an account of his recent travels In theJHoly LandA delegation of Lancastrians went to Harrodsburg this week to see about ob taining the Southern railway The fight that Bur ID Harrodsburg andjLancas ter will make for the road will astonish all Kentucky Mts Camllle Hopper of Hustonvllle Is the guest of Miss Jane Hopper Miss Carrie Woods of Berea visited Mrs R E Hughes Mrs Price visited her son Dr Price In Stanford J H Ar nold and wife of Lexington are visit log hero Mrs J S Johnson left this week lo attend the Jonea Arnold wedding at Mt Sterling W H Klnnalrd Is In the mountains Misses Hughes and Scott have returned to Nicholas vllle Mr and Mrs Lewis Landram are In Cincinnati The marriage of Miss Pearl daugh ter of Mr David G Ross and Mr Her bert Gulloy Is announced to take place next Wednesday The couple will drive to Nlcbolasvllle accompanied by Miss Jennie Gulley and I M Dunn Miss Belllo Broaddus and Ben Herndon The marriage will take placo about noon after which the bridal party will return to the home of the groom and a reception will be tendered them Tbo groom Is the son of Mr and Mrs J D Gulloy and Is an Industrious young farmer Where Gold of The Nation Is Stpred Of the 577000Wold hold by the government only 17055292 is actually stored In the vault of tbo treasury at Washington The sub treasury at New York contains 1177623607 of the yellow metal and the assay office In that city 123023402 while the mints of San Francisco and Philadelphia aro caring for 1147325363 and 194305201 respectively The subtreasury at Philadel phla has 0035557 and the subtreasury at San Francisco 27751411 The subtreasury at Chicago is ao countable for 123803124 at Boston S19035557 at St Louie 110732664 and at New Orleans 85800110 anti the mint at tbe city last named holds 81j 055865 The assistant treasurers have In their vaults at Baltimore and Cin cinnati 86300057 and 84016200 respectively and the assay otllco at Seat tle Is charged with 81723703 largely gold bullion received from the Nome and Klondike fields The remainder of the fund Is In tho mints at Carson City and Denver and the assay offices at Boise Charlotte Helena St Louts and Deadwood the amounts ranging from 866023 at Den ver and 81448 at St Louis Chicago Tribune The Atlanta puts It after this wleeitA Des Moines Iowa preacher frankly said bo resigned be cause another church had offered him more money There at least Is ono preacher who knows the difference be tween a call and a raise Clerk Weve burned up the laat of the diamonds In the stove Proprietor Then put on a small piece of coal tr W r t r t+ + m oJb JTuo wl f 1 y +r 62t TT IN r m T T v 14 r 1 tt 1f1tt They arfl tho best shoemakers in this coun tiideserve to boo and we propose to make you r t4better acquainted with thorn Como and tr on a H4ttJtJittlf THE GLOBE ti i Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing f tt 4 1Yourmoney back It youre not satisfiedx HtJ1Ilr + + + + + + + I+A l x 1 INew Line of coffee ISOLD BY TRY IT Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Remember the New York Store will be opened Saturday October 4 Sales begin at 7 A M Cost Not Considered Now is your last chance to get goods at your own prices Come eaFly and secure bargains Remember the place The NoW iVrk Store next floor to the Lincoln County Kfts tional Bank I C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY j IBargain Craig Hocker STANFORD I Anti- A cd irpreparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration- It is a sure cure for the odors fcom perspiration on any clothingAllW B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINQER- Ol WIDe Ooimty it I candidate for State JruI urn subject to the letlon of the Democratic PJ ROBERT HARDING ofDantllle tiaoDdHat for Circuit Judtelub Jest to the action of the Democrat party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer li a randldate ior Commonwealths s At tornty In tbl the Uth dlitrltt ubJect to the action of the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelbv SECRETARY SHAW has again found It necessary to mako a decided change In bu financial policy In view of the con dltlon of the money market A little more than a week ago bo cmphatlcal declared that under no conditions would he buy up government bonds wltb the treasury surplus But he now declares that ho Is willing to purchae the outstanding 5 per coot bonds du In 1004 at 105 These bonds represent something less than 820000000 of tho loan made necessary In Presides Clevelands second administration In order to fill up the gold reserve in tbe treasury that was depleted in the cruel of 189304 caused by the republican si ver purchase act and the McKinley tar iff As the bonds have still a year and four months to run and In that time will bear 6 per cent interest it Is queatfon whether the holders will dls pose of them at 105 when the marke price is above that rate TUB hairagates were excluded from the Alabama republican State convention held a meeting and denounced the action of the whites it strong terms They adopted a pream ble and resolutions to the effect that whereas the so called lillywhlte eIpublicans had decidedlito eliminate the Negro from party politics In pursuance of which policy the regularly elected delegates of color had been thrown out of the convention therefore we condemn the action of said conven tion and protest against the eameI Tbey adopted another resolution de nouncing Senator Pritchard ot North Carolina as the author of the policy of exclusion Senator Pritchard Is Presi dent Roosevelts representative in the South THE democratic State convention at Saratoga N V came to a close amid exIting scenes caused by the unseat log of Wm S Deverys delegation from the Ninth Assembly district and the opposition to Bird S Coler the nominee for governor The slate pre pared by David B Hill the night before went through Intact After the convention had passed on the case of Devery the latter made a speech and eft the ball amid great confusion The platform advocates the national owner ship of the anthracite coal mines C C McCHORD was nominated for railroad commissioner by the demo cratic convention atFrankfort Wed nesday T Hlter Crocketts name was not presented but the roll of counties was called and the vote was unanimous for McCbord The only question which caused any division of opinion was the Indorsement of the Kansas City platform This Indorsement was made by a vote of 103 to liB J P HARRISON Wayne county was nominated for Congress In the 11th district by the convention at Corbln He Is a wheelhorse democrat and will make a vigorous campaign An able democratic speech of the old school was made to the convention by the Hon James D Black who was Indorsed by the convention for governor AN Indianapolis man who had been arrested for stealing female wearing apparel was dismissed without trial when tbe court was informed that ho was the father of 32 daughters The job of providing dry goods for such an r aggregation evidently was held to excuse larceny grand simple or com pound DONT forget tbe Congressional race It is very Important that our splendid representative Hon Geo G Gilbert should be returned to Congress COL E H TAYLOR of Frankfort has withdrawn from the gubernatorial race He very probably read the hand writing IT Is Just a month until tbe election Put In every lick possible for Hon Geo G Gilbert for Congress POLITICAL Joseph M Terrell was elected governor in the Georgia State election The Legislature of Vermont elected Gen John G McCullough governor Robert McKee of Danville has withdrawn from the race for Commons wealths attorney The Paducah soldier boys have nam ed their company Wheeler Guards In honor of Congressman Wheeler Hon John K Hendrlck candlds for governor will have his headqut tors at Frankfort during his campalg State Senator Charles Carroll of Bullltt has announced for the demo ciatlc nomination for attorney genera A dispatch says that Senator James B McCreary will make several speec es In close Congressional dlstrlcu tblil fallIn spite ot his turndown at Sara ga Big Bill Devery eays he will cordially support Coler for Governor of New York Big Bill Devery was turned down at Saratoga but not until after ho had mado a speech of protest and kept tbe convention In an uproar for some timeJohn Young has been appointed post master at Baldwin Madison county A T Scott at Buens Vista Garrard cow ty and P J Parrett at Mote Madlso countySecretary Root says bo Is going to roo tiro from the cabinet In a few month to resume his law practice worth 3100 000 a year which he gave up for an 88 salaryHon Frank Peak of Snelbyvllle and Congressman D Lion Gooch Covlngton will open tbe democrat campaign In Pendleton county on Oct 6 county court day The democratlo committee of Mlchl gas has nominated L T Durand or Saginaw for governor He Is a golf standard advocate and is a brother ofI Judge George Durand who withdrew from the race for governor after a paralytic stroke- Judge J P Blrtisall the republican Congressional nominee In Speaker Hen dereona district In his letter of acI oeptance says that Iowa republicans propose to destroy monopolies by applying the principles of reciprocity and by re adjusting the tariff as to force suchI combinations Into competition with the worlds marketIThe Democral Isnt playing any faI vorltes but It has money In Its Inside pocket to wager that by the time the gubernatorial convention rolls around LJov J C W Beckham will be the only candidate at the post Tbe wlthI irawal of that splendid gentleman and democrat Senator E H Taylor fromI the race is the beginning of tbe end ItI las always been Gov Beckbams fortune to get what be goes after and to tell the truth be always deserves It Elected to the Legislature when amere boy he was chosen Its presiding officer md nominated on tbe ticket with Goe bel be was soon called to Gil his place He did It so admirably that he was elected governor and his record since has shown that be Is of the stuff that I statesmen are mado We may be mistaken but at tho present writing It looks like he has a cinch for reelec ion Lexington Democrat THIS AND THAT Deputy Sheriff Tom Stewart and Miss Dora Roark were married In BellI A son was born to the Manchester who was Helena Zlmmcr nan of Cincinnati- Fourteen men are supposed to baveI been killed In a mine explosion at Black Diamond Wash John W Thomas a wealthy citizen of Spring Grove Union county was drowned in four feet of waterIHoward M Burford who had already given 81000 to the Baptist church at larrodsburg has lust made another onatlon of 500IFour sent utborlty over the walks of the Uol erslty of Minnesota campus were In lorlously defeated by the students- It Is not expected that anything more ban a truce can be arranged between the coal trust and tho striking miners at the White House conference nless one party or tbe other recedesI from Its position Invitations have been sent by Pre81I deDt Roosevelt to tbe presidents of tbe oalcarrylng railroads of Pennsylva nla Inviting them to a conference In Washln ton today when President obn Mitchell of the United Mine Vorkers will be present- A New York estimate of the cost of the Gates and Morgan holdings of L N stock 308000 shares to the Atlantic Coast Line syndicate Is 852135000 This Is based on the market value of AtlantiC Coast Line securities It Is saId that the net profit to J P Morgan Co in tbe deal Is t3427000 IN NEIGH BORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary J Burton aged 891s dead at Columbia Vardeman Steele died at Harrods burg aged 06 The aged mother of County Judge Phillips of Jessamine is dead The postofflce at Fritz Whltleycoun ty will be discontinued Oct 15 In a fight between Ed Hopper and James Franklin both of Somerset at icxlngton Franklin was dangerously cut and Hopper seriously wounded The stock barn of J F Coffey four illes from Monttcello was destroyed by fire Four mules two horses and a large amount of feed were burned The loss Is over 3000 with only 1300 Insur aoceIn the suit in the Boyle circuit court of Mary Vanarsdalli admr against the L N the jury brought In a verdict warding the plaintiff 2500 damages The suit was for 30000 Mary Van rsdall was killed on Knob Lick bridge ome three orfour years ago IIMT VERNON W H Cox Is on the sick list J H Fish was ovor at Crab Orchard Tuesday Main Street looks better since the clean up Mu Vernon has a telephone for every 11 Inhabitants The Mto Vernon Signal will be 15 years old today Friday Miss Clara Whitehead who came In froth Kansas last week is no better R L Brown of Somerset was here Tuesday on his way to the Corbin can ventlon Mrs Emma Fish and daughter Mar guerlte are visiting relatives at Foul tain Head Tenn U G Baker Is considering a prop sltlon ot starting a canning factory hero next season Z T Hansel has bought a house of J W Baker on and has moved to ItIJ J Lawrence idays for railroad tele raphlogIH H date for State duy and met with proper encourage menuJoshua Parrett of Jackson count will take charge of the farm of W B Whitehead Mr Whitehead will move totownGrading on the railroad up Brus Creek Valley Is progressing and contractors expect to have the miles done within days Wade Smith and Walter Baker sen tenced to the School of Reform at the last term of court wore taken to Grecndalo yesterday The Collegiate Institute Is movlnj alqpg nicely under the prlnclpalsbip of Rev C R Hunt Dr A E Ewers Is dean of the Institution- S C Franklin made some largo ship meats of ginseng roots and seeds for nursery purposes during tho week AI good lot went to Lancaster John C Graves who was dangerous ly wounded by knife and pistol two weeke since at Blue Springs this coun iy Is on the road to recovery The dormitory promoters who raised behind for the building ask the cltl of Mt Vernon to donate a site for Its erection which we no doubt will bo lortbcomlnlrIR M Johnson republican Is a can Udato for the Legislature J J Cook deputy county clerk and W A B Dale former school superintendent are aleo mentioDedrW F McClary has sold his farm just North of town to Jonas McKenzie for 2000 Mr McClary we aro sorry to say will move to some point In Indiana Oar county regrets to lose such cltl ensSmith Fish of Paint Lick have a force cutting cedar from the lands of- Fish and Griffin near Buckeye This s the finest boundary of cedar in the ounty Most of this timber goes to ermany W H Jones a jeweler of this places an artist He has just finished a bust ir plate of Gov Goebel In silver which of a phos an excellent reproduction pgraph of the lamented friend of tbe reat common people The Kentucky Independent Tele phone Association will hold its 4th annual meeting in Louisville on Oct 28th and 29th The Home Telephone Co Isc preparing an excellent program There will be a large attendance from all parts of the State roUBLIO SALE Of Land stock Crop Household sad Kitchen Furniture On Friday October 17 we will at our tell the following calve21earlogllbrood sows esa1 good 2yearold horse extra good mare mule wagon 4000 of tobacCO In the barn 200 shook of fodder 60 shocks sugar cane lot of lementa household and kitchen furnitureI Sale to begin promptly at 0 oclock Terms made known on day of tale Logan LewIs Mrs S L Lew- lsPUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCTOBER lOtb 1003 I wl118011at public tale at my farm In Casey aunty near the lluitonvlllo and Brad rdsvllle pike ax miles from Ilustonvllle the following described property Two Dare yearlings mare colt Star 1 threemryearold by ar old much cow 40000 pounds of baled bay farming tools consisting cultivator corn planter disc harrow mow log machine almost new hay rake and other tools 2 two horse wagons 1 buggy reaking cart some fencing posts bored- and mortised household And kitchen fur lure consisting ot 2 bedroom suits fold- Ing bed couch chairs dining table new- cook stove heating stove etc Terms f5- and under cash In band over that credit of 8 months with eper cent Interest from date Good bnle notes required E P OAitrEHTcn Hustoavllle Ky Executors Sale of Shorthorn CattleT- HURSDAY OCTOBER On the above date at Tattersall sale- bllrn Lexington at P tho undersign ed as executor of the late 0 J Filch will sell to the highest bidder the entire Cliff laDd Herd of Shorthorns Young Mary Youug and Rose cf Sharon For catalogues address J NORTON BITCH Ezr Hanly Jessamine Co Ky Auctioneer J D Chamber Wllmore Ky On Wednesday Oct 8 B F tt Isaac Van Meter will entire herd of Shortens near Winchester Ky We mail samples to out sr of town customers till any 100 I tt i lW tiWe on sale the finest line of Black and Colored Dress i Goods that has ever shown in Stanford We show i 88iuch Melrose black null colors at ynnl 40inch Parole cloth at 75o yanl 44inch Storm Sorgo nil Vool at 44inch in black front 81 to 82 a yard 44inch tho newest weave 8125 to 82 yard 44inch wide Wale worsted from 8196 S 2 yard 86inch at tOo yard 54inch very hoavyat 8126 and anti colors 080 yard A full fine of narrow braille appliques in nil galore at priced from Cc to 81 per yanl l I J os HAYS LEVY S B LEVY Manager i THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be club In advance weekly and luonthlr Irofcs atonal bills due when services aro renders and must be paid promptly FOR RENT+I desire to rent my property situated on Borseroet street X mile rota town consist of dwelling of seven rows besldrs kitchen and servants room and a One cellar smokehouse chicken hove coal house and a good stable and II aero of land hydrants one In the yard and one for stock well cistern combined near the door for drinking purpose Said rtJ In rood JASV HAlLEY BROWN 8 BROWN Attorney at Law Jffico in Masonic Blclg Room KY Will praatke In all the State Courts also In United Stoles and Courts Collections made and promptly remitte- dDISSOLUTION The majority of the stockholders of the Nears Creek 011 k Oat Co have decided to close lu business and wind up Us affairs All persons having claims it will present to the undersigned It IS 1095 KOIIMTB hero Pros J M IETTUB Sec To the Coal Consumer Having bought out lilggtns A Sims the oal dealers we are to furnish the people of Stanford aud ounirv with the best brands of coal at the owest market price for cash Farmers we till take your bay and corn In exchange or coal at the market price We solicit your trade and weight for our money Order at coal house phone tt or liooces livery stable No W Boone f unavoHf STANFORD KY For Sale or Rent Property known as The Russell Springs lonsUtlng of acres 55 In woodland IS under cultivation Improvements n 16 room hotel one cottage of 3 of rooms furnished throughout and In good rehalr Near the hotel Is a of cha jbcate water which has boon analyzed ands known to have One medicinal properties The summer good and the transient allthe year A One openIng for an hotel man For urthor Information and terms address or allon Vaughan 4 Graham Russell Springs Kentucky Fray1or8 lice DEALERS IX Iflilsku Brandy Wines Gloars Etc KY11oePrompt ant roUte II11110n Nothtnq but the lest drInk Mail phone cr telegraph orders receive romp attention wtn7a w I iet aM D I Special This week onlytt 1 Ladies Finest Kid Gloves in colors and size worth go at 50c SOc ynnl in Cloth 54inoh black guarantee t73c The Grand Leader have been m Etnmino Zobolline Venetian skirting Broadcloth running 5 THE GRAND LEADERPropse d u SOMERSET surrounding enterprising Beer tll and sec what wo have at L IIfor birthday Our now wedding gittsImany suggestions and friends in Silverware and Cut Watches and Clocks Etat- I W H MUELLERn I We Never Guess onJPeople everywhere will eventually insist receiving tho ideal service they got hero with out insisting The public at large is not one l half as particular as we arc matter of pure drugs or in ro nrd to tho accurate fill their prescriptions In the buyi11gisoling or compounding of drugs wo never I guess We make sure that everything is right in every particular Come to us Pennys Drug StoreStanford to iJi ive1 olYhnt is it Youll want it Cools sec it S We sell it- o J f i i iUWZC1 c 4ic4rZdClrci l i ua1J j wi4ci 1ac I a 1 5r s L Carptnltr yV So OUsrr a r JJIJJlie e i i CARSON PENCE i DEALERS Lv Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards HarnessIFull anti complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition 1I See our elegant line ot Lap Robes DrGoldstein fI will be at the VERANDA MOTEL 1 t WemiBSflau TftuisflaB Oct IS 16f4 P M 1practicalSlate of Kentucky Take adyantage of his iklll It you need his services t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL j STANFORD KY OCT 30 1002 I In fllllDR your prescriptions wo uio I proporLianenot do bettor If yon paid us double the t price which It always reasonable Pen cya Druz Store I PERSONALS bins Ilonum Fiyiint li Mn A C BINS went to Perryvllle Wednesday SAM SRVBKANCB of Lexington ts 0hero this week Mite P STAUH JR went to Louis vHlo yesterday Miss ANNA GOVHR Is vUltlnj friend at Crib Orchard OLBO BROWN li conQneU to her rJns tovoro illness MAIIBL HAY of Perryvllle li with Mill Cooper FoUnd i lilts J H PAXTON and little Jose s improvingMiss visiting Mln Lien Llthpow In Loulirllle- MKS JAMBS LEIS has returned from a visit to friends In Louisville BORN to the wife of Bd Wllklnioo on Tuesday morning a daughter STEPHEN WALKEU of Oarrard It 0b with hit brother W O Walker MRS J M COAKLKYof Campbell Tllle Is with Mrs W H IlJuKlns MRS MAKY PENNY Is visiting her ion Dr W O Penny In Danville I MIss BBSSIB BATSON of Lancaster took Tuesdays train for Louisville I MRS Josm RANBY Soft for Danville Wednesday to remain during tbo Inter MISSBS BTTA AND LHILA RAINES of Lexington were guests of Miss Mary I Martin MR WM flUSBR orders bis paper sent to Enocbeburu led where he has oJlbeated PORTMAN Is back from a vhluo Mr and Mrs S P Stajrg In Favetto 00 MoWiioimJR of Mlddloburgi a a good friend of this paper was hero Wednesday silts H D PBYFON and Miss Ophe lia Lackey visited Ilarrodsburg rela tires this week C D AND O A FRITU of attended the burial of Mrs t1D8BRS O UARDIN and family of are here on their way to- I London to loeate MR L J HARRIS Mrs Bessie Stun and Miss Jean Sounders returned Louisville Tuesday MISS VltUiiNlAWARRBvls spending Jtofew days with her brother Mr Br Warren at Mlddlesboro Jesse F COOK who has bad a se j Ira tussle with typhoid fever In Lex logton Is rapidly convalescing MlSSBH CYNTlllA BUCK and Sue- Whitley Murphy are In Chicago mi lt tending the MeCowen Oral College JAMBS GIUONBY and wifeof Liber ty were hero Wednesday Mr GlbonD Is the clover circuit olcrlc of Casey Dit J W BRYANT orders his paper changed to Philadelphia where ho has a good position In a wholesale house MR A D SKVBRANCB leaves In a k few days for a cattle ranch In Texas with which be has associated himself MR R U BATSON and Miss Alb arts Hilton camo over from Lancaster to at I tend the burial of Mrs W B OBan nonMR W S CUMMINS of Livingston Will hero Wednesday hunting a farm We hope bo will find ono and locate among us MR W W LYON the popular West End trader and farmer dropped In tOil I li see us yesterday and loft a nice for Job work MRS DR W S DitAZLKY of Lao vaster and Miss Mattte Beazley of Crab Orchard were on Tuesdays train i en routo to Louisville COL W G WELCH lion M F v North aDd Prot Rico S Eubank at tended the Railroad Commissioners tir Convention at Frankfort HON W LAWSON SUMRALL of lIar rodsburg republican nominee for Congress was hero Wednesday and yester day shaking bands with the dear people MRS DR J W COOK who has boon visiting her mother Mrs Margaret GGormloy at Crab Orchard returned to her at West Port Indiana this week MR AND MRS Joe S Hicr left Wed V LexlnRtNowland Is assisting at the depot dur- Ing his absence Miss HALUE NEVJUS of Stanford was visiting Miss Nellie Dillon Mrs lW IC Shugars li In McKlnooy visiting i a her parents Mr and Mrs K L Tan ner Central Record MR T C WILLIS wife and littl Nancy leave Monday to visit relatives at Milford Va Mr A A Warren assisted by Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard will run the store In tbelr ab souce 4111r LOCALS FRESH fish and oysters T 0 Willis l READ our public sale advertise ments JobnI lOlL stoves cheap to close Bright Jr St Co t of guns and ammunition at ISTOCIe Hookers WANTBD another good farm band J E Bruce Stanford e GLASSES to Ot the eye Latest styles In frames Craig ft Hooker WE have fame millet let sacks for sale cheap J H Baugbman ft Co TUB vours of this colored school district will elect a trustee Saturday 16rotnd0 OlKNiNo Mrs Cleo Brown will bavo her opening of fall and Intr millinery on next Thursday Oct 0 CHARLRS SOUTH who hasbeen drill leg for oil hero has contracted to drill fiOOO feet for Knnx county parties THE ladles aro cordially invited t call and expect our lIno of millinery lixcoptlonallv low In price Misses Stranb YOCR city taxes aro now duo and you are requested to pay them at once Six per cent will be added Nov 1 It G Jones olty collector WHILE working on M M Sandidges barn near Mllledgevlllo Mr John D Myers fell breaking one of his arms In two places and badly insuring his back TUB Charles Wheeler Emporium HuitoovUlo announces to the public that It Is now ready to supply the wants of the ladles of the West Had with the most uptodate millinery OCR correspondents are doing bettor but there Is yet room for Improvement We would like to have good ones at Crab Orchard Liberty and Middle burg Dont all speak at once CARSON A little Son of Mr J Z Carson died In Alabama and was brought to Crab Orchard and burled a few days ago Its mother Is a daugh ter of the late D G Slaughter OCR old rlend Mr M P Hubble of tho Jumbo section U the boss vegeta ble raiser Ho brought us In yesterday a eabbage weighing 15i pounds a Live pound sweat potato and some turnips as large a watermelons Let others of our friends do likewise NOTIOn For aile claims allowed at the October term of the flseal court certificates will be issued by the coun ty clerk directed to the sheriff payable out of the levy of 1W2 Instead of cord fying them to the sheriff as heretofore Geo B Cooper county clerk AN Idea of the amount of work the Is being dose on this division of the L N can be had when It Is told that an average of 47 trains freight and pas senger pass here dally If buslcoss continues to Increase It will bo neces nary to double track the Knoxvltlo branohBUCIIANANMtsd Ltlllas Buchanan who lived In the Ban End until a to attarya brought to Crab Orchard for Inter ebrletlunIwa n her old hom- eHIl11g811r Samuel Stout Hug gins uncle of Mr W U Higgins o this place died at Mr Bourne Cog gins near Somerset Wednesday and wits burled yesterday afternoon He was about 70 years old and unmarried Mr Higgins was an exConfederato BapthIt WIIILB driving the other day tho king bolt In Mr W bL Mathonye bOltI gy broke and ho and his family were precipitated to the ground with much locos Mrs Mnthony was badly brills tsd and has suffered Intensely from her injuries Mr Mntheny and tho child ran woro all more or less hurt but they fared considerably bettor than the wHo and mother NOTWITHSTANDINGherain of Tuee day morning an Immense crowd attend cd tbo funeral and burial of Mre Dr W B OBannon Eld B J Pinker tons discourse was a most beautiful and approprlato ono Rev J W Hagln who was to take part In the services was at Dawson Springs and could no t reach hero In time The grave was literally hidden by beautiful lowers brought and sent by loving friends e ALEXANDER Campbell Alexander died suddenly at Crab Orchard and was burled there Tuesday Ho was In his usual health until a few minutes before his death I feel tight about the breast he remarked to a friend at Mr William Stuart and expired a few moments later Mr Alexander was a clover gentleman and hit death causes Heo was about 60 years old and unmarried IHERES a puzzle that puzzles ovary body Take the number of your living brothers doublo the amount add to It throe multiply the result by five add to It tho number of living sisters multiply the result by 10 add the number of deaths of brothers and sisters subtract 150 from the result The right hand figure will be the number of deaths the middle figure the number of living sisters and the loft will ego w the number of living brothers BOYS suits nicely made USo Grand Leader Go to Miss Sacrays for uptodatol photos at right prices COOK and heating stoves grates doe John Bright Jr S Co TRCSMBS All kinds nod sites Low oil pries Craig Hooker CALL at Charles Wheelers Huston villa and see the beautiful line of mil tlniry Just opened r OLD fasbloood secretary sideboard sugar chests eta for sale Edward Johnson Stanford it THHRR will be a mooting of tho stockholders of the Beaver Creek Oil WednOiIsuing year IROOTTlmolby Root one of the boat constables tbo county ever had died at his borne near Mllledgeville of typhoid fever A wife and several children survive Mr Root was a good citizen and will bo missed In his com munlty CARD OF THANKS Wo de Iro to ex tend our heartfelt thanks to our rela elves friends and neighbors for their kindness shown during tho sickness and death of our father and while our loss Is his gain wo give him up with many a heart aebo Mrs P E Cash and children A SMALL crowd attended W Powell Hulas entertainment at Waltons Opera Rouse last night and tho Prosbyto rlan ladles who played him lost some money Mr Hale was fairly clever In some of his Impersonations but his au dience was not altogether pleased with him Ho Is hardly In the Ralph Blng ham class UUIIULR L C King has moved to the Minor farm he recently bought Mrs Joab Rlgney of Casoy is win relatives hero J A Hammond Is biek from the city with lots of now goods James MoKcchnle sold his part of the Minor farm to Silas Moss at 841 Geo T Wood sold S Dunbar two mule colts for tlO Eld A R Moore will preach hero Sunday at 3 oclock Thomas Blaokerby and wife of Illinois are visiting relatives here- KINGSVILLE Mrs Tom Johnson Is Ill KJd U K Berry Is expected Sun day to Nil his regular appointment Af tor onos days run this week the canning factory has closed for tho sea Ceon Mr and Mrs Will Pealrs and child ren of Detroit aro expected hero soon to become the guests of Mrs Elizabeth Pealrs The county meeting of tbo Christian oburob will be held here Oct 18 The committees were appointed Sunday Everybode y tentlon of the community conductedc a livery stable on Main Street for the pat year has leased tbo building for merly occupied by Mr John Stodehlll on Fourth street and will run a livery feed and sale stable Advocate Mrs W B OBannon who died recently In Stanford was for a samba of yurt a resident of our town and her death Is the source of much grief among her old friends end neighbors Heartfelt sympathy ls Indeed felt for the family The McKccs Bakers and tofu W L McCarty attended hear fu neralMr and Mrs W W Walter and son of Stanford were tbo guests of rela lives bore Sunday and Monday Mist ERie Carey one of Ktagsvlllas prottl net girls went to Lexington Tuesday to remain tome time Mr Towmey tbo popular conductor was a guest e t Hotel Pennybacker Tuesday Miss Gertrude Davidson is visiting in Sbcl by City Her absence seems to bo disturbing one of our popular citizens Mn D M Crelehton is ill- MATRIMONIAL The engagement is announced of Miss Helen RooseveltRoosevelt to Theodore Roosevelt Doughlas Robin son of New York Mr Albert Gooch and Miss Annlo Mae GalUneau wero married at the brides homo on East Main Street by Eld B J Pinkerton The bride is very handsome young lady The groom is a son of the late Wm Gooch and Is a fine young business man of exemplary hablte Still another and the last daughter of Senator Mark Henna Is to be mar rled And the lucky dog Is Joseph Me dill McCormick of reaper and Journal letlo fortune and fame There may be In this country no rich thing as a trust but Uncle Mark must contras that the country Is full of trusting In nocent rushing Into combinations of capital and mutual Interests mar gors Louis villa Times CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will presets at the Christian church Sunday morning His subject will beIIBe neadyjElds A J Daughcrty and J G Llv Injjston closed a two weeks meeting at Ml Olive this county with 21 addle tions to the church Helen Do Long of Scranton PaI restrained from marrying by an Injunc tlon secured by her father defied tbo court and oloped to Brooklyn whore tbo matrimonial knot was tied The Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville has 34000 volumes Of tbeso 50001tbeTwothirds of the books are distinctly theological No 1 Small Farm For Sale For sale M Mty twma a small Ltacotn county rycMpe1wdadMg lee hour Mat hnM well and Mil house goe CrllarornNk sad fruit hoax chicken house S coil end wad HMM Me sfable corn tbrran stock barn lrg Mhaceo tarn pot ten oat Mean two nod orciurtfsa all kirk of fruit AM tfftafm Anyone wMikir to tccwe a nke little Moss wMITtad till a karcata at Jt the Wait that wM buy It Call on F P Corabeit Phil Ky Very Cheap FarmO- N EASY TERMS pThis U a farm of US erelIlocated miles from Stanford It Is within one mile of a ntofllce church school store mill cheese fuclorr and near a German toulemeot The farm la woll preserved and unproved and tllliberjThoone an extra good frame with cattle sheds Attached and oapoclally arranged for cur Ing tobacco the other a log stable and wagon shed combined alto a hennery a moko house and corn crib There li a fine young orchard bearing a small vineyard nod other small fruit The fencing la of rails and In good repaIr The farm II water ed with neverfalling springs and two Ill terns The owner ls nonresident and of fers this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particulars call on or Jdren L It Hnghes SecV Central Ken tueky Real Estate Exchange Stanford LIn- coln County Kentuc- kyPUBLIC SALE ON TUESDAY OOTOHEK 21 I will offer for sale or rent my handsome home Itlchland Kesldooco and mv farm of J4 acre more or less located on Huston vllle and Mlddleburg pike ZX miles from Improvements1s publlclchoolU8111111 lag containing 7 rooms and hall and all necessary outbuildings In good repair a gal cistern at door line variety of fruit at- sal kinds 100 acres In bluegrass remain der In cultivation Never tailing water tasting In good repair Also will lIell20 or M acres of Knob land located 9i miles from the farm The following stock will alto bo sold U head yearling cattle calves a bunch of nice stock ewes agopd milk cows IS head of hogs head of horses good shoats 76 bards corn good twohor e wag on and harness flue carriage double bar nee and pole also slnglebarnossandshafu for Mime buggy buckboard and Mime farming Implements TuuaOn real estate onethird cash balance aid 2 year to suit the purchaser and all sums over lit yable In National KySale at 0 ocloek- VILLlAl1I1UiN T D English Au- ntPUBLIC SALE On Tuesday October 14th KyknownTwo has yearo14auks two 0011ear i work hors fyearoU mare crates YNrsuWold boo it abort veailkiEt i caw and calf I shod More belies i Hoiittln halter i sow and rlfs i McCormick cm shredder and shwcker t McCor gooldiscand lerultrer serlg tenth harrow t Acme harrow sad all otNr farming Implements needed a lane such as cultivators corn planters tat plows nc InhanJyfoul mowing Machines new hay rake McCormk Mnder i new truss cutHnc lea hand ant pars ewer t self at iMtherlus wagon harness 6 sets of plow get fo acns of corn la Ute shake iu acres uvghus In the shock or tales of mWet hay abut it bushels of clover seeJ i lea aak t droon suHc rood as new i Myers Mat ant wind pump j blue boxntier shelter hi use of rain Sale commences at oclock sharp Everybody cone we wilt have a good ti groundsTERMS ash over that amount tofi InterestfspnunJrMy PUBLIC SALEFine Farm Stock Crop Etc ON SATURDAY OOTOHEn 1002 nt IS oclock sharp my ninerrass farm n16S acre situated In Lincoln county o Llnooln and Doyle turnpike road SH miles from Shelby City and 5 miles from Danville Schools churches and postoflice convenient The farm Is welt Improved and has on It n 15000 residence with modern conveniences all necessary outbuildings On the place are enough locust trees to fence 500 Were everyfieldgrowing of hemp At same tlmo and place will sell stock consisting of cattle horses mules hogs also crop Three extra milch cows will be sold Among other things are brood mares 3 mules 3 geldings good work hones fat hogs stock hogs ID acres corn In shock tnllltt hay number yearling cattle 400 locust posts farming Implements and household goods Adjoining this farm are 9fl acres which can be purchased and the two combined would make a most desirable farm Terms liberal and made known on day of stile O H ENOLEMAN T D English Auc Shelby City Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial JqUEEN qUALITY The Famous Shoe For Women Wear Ease and Elo Combined IiUiil Kid Enamel Calf nut jai Kid all ono price 300 I Cummins b McClary School Shoes There is not a line in the average stores of today that require such close study as the line of boys anti girls shoes Our line is especially strong We gave it careful study The styles aro good and the quality as good as shoemaking can be done Look at them Terms Cash gance H J McRoberts Ice tiiQt t jt WJ 119v J ir 1m 1 i l 1 it 1 l I For 60 Daysr1 ffi3EQJP and we believe it is t k t fjJ gruff SaidConsidering m S our long experience kibuyingand our best efforts inIyou your moneys worth our stock 1Ius you f J t 1 Severance Sons New Store 1 r1 aE ri1 f f JOHN BRIOHT JR CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and i Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cernqnt H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Hide a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell ray farm of so acres just outside of the town limits It In one of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and In twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc ing b kept up by others Very little fenc tog to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer a state of cultivation with most of It In grass Rood roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the place J 8 Hundley Stanford 4THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poitojflce at Stanford at r seond class malk- rpaabuaaaZtxwaeI LT paaaStlaapw- 1 PER YEAR CASHar- waeamteopatamaoowilli beebarfad I KNOXVillE DIVISION o2lTraln going Korth lIamJS tco28 oZJ South 127 a m NolaI 12S2pm- For ill Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Stanfora KtlCarrlreialStanforJ m r 115 tin o 21 leave Stanford tt 2SO p m PRICEIDentist Stanford Ky Offletovpr UeBobarUDruf Stir In the Owtlej I Uttlldlng ReA JONES DENTISTStanford KV I omCft over Higgins A McKlnncys Stars Telephone No 01 H C VJEWLAV SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucku Offers his tervlces to the people of Lincoln and adjoining NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BU8E k sm Front JUNCTION CITY a KY flrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Ralef- Spectal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE norms and Mules constantly on band and tor sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Aa M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services ai Auotoinoer toltho people of Lincoln County He please ou both in work and price Write to him J+ c+ McCiMY 6Y 1dY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealoar In SASNESS 3ADDIERY 0 Stanford Ky Jw La Beazley COJ Undertakers and- Embalmers DKALBBI til FnrnHureMattinj5SRuss They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Gin them- a call Pricea right STANFORD KENTUCKY J E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary 6 Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Mm TITLE CO Stanford Ky ip IIIOUMII let IB SlanforJUTe roomhU orth tOOl nelghVorhc IIAe loebarebtaidschool UooJ lor tuiaR iljr PriwJsse No ttmU farm tent miles from hIn rON tolIoI four good rooms but IlOrch nd I rresnda flood bun and otber buiAlings In cood re alt Cut 1011 delis well fenced sera In one acre In fruit trees rat In Uoughtatcomminloeerulsat bargain and Nn be sold it bargain and ebureb Price fM per acre Land adjoining told forlW andI J4S TbU U a bargal- nNo5I1ouieandlotin Stanford louse lOn talus Gee rooms load stable and 5 sect or Indwelt fenced One of prettiest building loll In lownl room enough In front fur two other cottages or a 2 ttorr front could be built to the cottage and lot made a beautiful home Will be told cheap at tb owner mutt hue money No lTwo ilorr frams dwelling 7 rooms and enndL Uoogirdeafeneluganthouie la good repair For wle or rent No 51I0und lot In Stanford Thee room and runt torch Uood garden and stable Uood repair told cheap No 7 NOUN and lot In SUnfoed14stone room tlooJ rirJcn mote and coal houses onl7 m Ao 8 Farmof SOtcrea 2U miles from Hlan lord on county road IS met In cultivation te en In paiture 2 good orchard and rev In timber Two small cottages bun and oolbulldlngi well watered and tenting fairly good Place can bought at your price ai owner lltti In Indltnt Hi and must hart money No 9 farm of 2H acres four mile from ford on but In the county Sixty acres In wheat In corllllia timothy cloier and In doe bluegaii is lIt In six fields well renreo1 well and spring two good modlfwodwe111eggood barns nd hullJloCT Fronts rltlor of mile both being on Plenty fruit andeuougbttmtertomake 6000 roell A pltlldld Miifgmu firm minutes drive from lb county seat Owner ol line farm adjotntcr Ibll bat recently reluied Stt eraere We offer thli al fsi per acre Noll29 acres land with nec nary impe- smentamilefrom Sunterd Dwelling bat roar rooms porch Large barn lIok house etc tvehwatered fenced and blilidloS in good repair Price rcatonaWe No Dwelling of ill and porcb nlC outbuildings and gamin Aloo large spa 510rromuxeo fret lower room suppl wnh rouolen shelve etc water In dweltlag and storeroom also dltera and well on place SwaU lot Wckofstora One mil Crom SUnroN lJlltldlllP to good repair and Iwelllng originally sat llt ant tore our Soo Will tell both for fSO or will rent or tell pantely No 1S2SO acn farm toll of Crab Onha Ky Brick dwelling rooms two tenant houi two barnt well and spring near dwelling Farm high tale of callliilon acres river beUoI mud good toting fruit etc Price 1750 an acre No Ilin0acreiol land on Ltneaiter ItlaCrab Orchard opposite SPrings In grata no 1m prOTementi except Large stock barn abundance stock water Prettiest bulWlng site In town rice 18A nice cottage and lot on Ianeail itreet Stanfonl roow good cittern etc Ulsl llseoj will ill for 1000 No 11A ran of lie acre near lluitonrll Dwelling of eight rooms hall veranda eta Uu tenant hone neck barn Urge tobaero tarn aDd riper outbuilding CUlrrn and sail well In Ihe std and water In every field on tOe i Uce 1rIB wt in teren fields and nt elw land No AS Farm of 169 acres situated near Slog rllle Ky II acre In cultivation w In tiiaberic watered two good barm and otber rutbu1151ngs goo l repair Uwentb tOlBl8nUn- Iy new u within ands or Ihree ehurenc- bool txiatoffiee sod C 8 depot Property lies ea- plke1I county road and li the nest ilnlrat IUm IB that teotton W will tell the whole CrIII or tt 40u or la parceli of pot bn than 30 acres altpurcbarer This U certainly cheap property No U Fann of 76 acres near Wayneabnr dwelling good barn tie Well watered fends nd bulldlagi In good Productive lime tone land In aelfbborhood cloie to arbor a id on load road IMcelTOO No SL A farm of mo acrei In Uueojn count hree good dwellings good bun and other out ulldlDgt each house barn etc about the Nntr or 100 acres All on county road H toile roe hareh school and poitnffice Lys well and wet catered This U a goad firm and would utt two or these hialllei that might want to come ran the same neighborhood Price reatonable No SSA farm of acres In Guy county Ky ODe and onehtlf itory dwelling with six room oat barn and other outbuilding glrty acre ultiratlon 43 acret In timber fruit tree eu- tyt well on road else to churches chooletc FrlceonlyldtO- No SSKarm ot 118 acres In Caney county Tw tory frame dwelling two barn and othe utbulldtig In good repaIr tplendld taDd and In good community A bargain at 9W No 67FaimoflISacm In Casey totoknew two story 8roorn frame dwelling welling la 1lr coadUloa Uuo and other out ulldlogi On county rod splendid tobacco land welt watered two wells spring eta Thli li a de Inbll home frlce loiO No SSFIfly acres near Pleaaant Point Ky tae house rooms and porch Bars sod ethc iitbulldlngi 8 aem In cultlratlon rett In wr Well wateied yards from roslOmeeaebool lId church lays well on pike and In good cow ITiceJ WehaTebujerforZSOorSOOacra farm iltuatw rom one to three Alto buyer fa IIbut 100 acres situated from one to four mile rrom town with or without improvements Alw a buyer ror an liao to 110000 tarot dOle to town No Four houses and loll In Rowland Ky Price 1100 each No 19 OOJ acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Two storv hotiM 0 rooms hillTeranda acre apleddldlaodadjolnmlahuolord ITor erty In good Ule cU rnatdoor Ileautlful home 1rlceWCOO No 22 IfouM of Bra roomi porch one acre ol groulld and good ruble One mile rom town Prlco BOO No 23 Fann of acres 5 mllei from Stanford Frame dwelling of room 2 rebuI tuna ape a log stable anti wagon ihed combined Ibl other a extra good frame with cattle sheds attached Bara especially arranged for curlni tobacco Alto bellnery smokehouse corn crib Fine orchard tenelng In good repair Well watered Ie Tbli farm a occupied by a former own er year and It well and improved li la DIne or church and school tented ror 1m for hail grain rent and Is IlUnhd In wheat tobaceo and clover Title perrI- Cod rr sent owner IH5W at county records will bow Will tell for W 600 No 24 Dwelling of4 room with 20 acres land la Moreland hood barn and necetiary outbuild loga 2 wen In iplendld orchard and 2 acres In itrawberrlea Immediate poraetalon IrlceJiiOO No Frame holel Urge rooms double Tera- du hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom Irollllog street fat trout howl up stair suits tor Swelling 2 nice cottage nicely furnlibed pered and palntnl rooms and Tiranda eacb erge barn on tame used at livery table Goal gardn Vacant lot adjoining feet front by 200 tdeep Allot this property It in London Ky nd It t One chance for tome one to make money h refuted to rent property for per mnlh Onaccounlof HI bt wife only reaooa for wiling proprietor dell tea lo exchange rr farm In Lincoln county So 27A farms of lfi acnln Oarrard county ulleifroui Lancaster Ky sill In grass timothy rlour and bluegrass acrea waite Una watered by iprlDgiwelli panda and Incite through the place The It rich and hluctlre grows hemp and tobacco Newly fenc fd with wire and locust iU A orchard proTemrnti a tfilW IwOtltorylgbt room frame dwlllol wardrobes In each room pantries cellar ete newly coTered and punted tenant houa- eIra and other outbuildings all In good condition In good neighborhood near church school depot itolfice an store within yards of houie lhtlace will be told cheap For Sale Privately Ir property near Turnersvlllo on Sian- rord and UuitonTlIU pike consisting of IS acres of land comfortable of elx- rooms and necessary outbuildings ExtraI- tILrden spot some fruit and a nerer falllng ring In In halfrollo of church cbooland postofHcet two dally malls In partlcularsvUle Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC New corn is being delivered here at- eS per barrel Two sows and 16 pica for talc J W Adams Stanford Sixty stock hogs for sale O L Carter Turnorsvllle Wheat went to OSo Tuesday tho highest price since 1S03 FOR SALPIS illO to 100pou cattle McGuire Hubble lit James Taylor aged 56 was killed by a Q C train at Nlcholaavlllo FOR SAL35 yearling cattle Good ones W A Coffey McIttnneye FOR SAtE2 good yearling eteei D M Anderson Preachersvlllo It Henry Heeler and W H Hester 1I0id to J W Adams 35 cattle at 4c 16 at 3icand20at3c W H Shank delivered to E P Woods yesterday a bunch of 1060 pound cattle ut 31 At the sale in New York of racers belonging to A 11t D H Morris Reckon went for 117000 and Correctll 15000DoBaughs fatriom band the beet band ouUlde of New York gives dally concerts at the Lexington trots Oct 7tb to 1itb The average hay crop of the year Is placed by thu department of agrlcu tune at 14o tons per are Oregon ehowlIl up with the largest crops and Penned vanla with the smallest The Louisville Jockey Club has roo organized with an entire new manag uncut and policy There will be flne raco meetings In the spring and amuse meats In the summer season W C Terhunc of Harrodibur bought ot J C Eubanks 32 yearlli mules at eGi 50 and ot S H Baughmi four at 5760 He shipped thomijc rectly to the Southern market H E Goddards fine three yearo harness mare by Red Leaf took tbo blue ribbon In the sweepstake ring aL the State Fall She was shown In 20 rings this year and carried oil IS bluo tiesT A Rice is somewhat of a corn raiser himself He has on exblbltlc at John Bright Jr Cos store two ears of yellow corn that measure 131 and Hi inches respectively Who Ol1n beat that A man claims that he has made the discovery that If grain of any sort Is soaked and mated and then ground and led to stock there is a great saving 10 tbe amount of grain required to produce a pound of meat Fox Logan sold 20 mules to Brad haw Co of Bloomington III at 135 Eubanks Hubble sold to Fox Logan their 3 year old premium mul for e200 W J Bryan took a drive behind R E Goddards fine span of sot ole at Burgle last week Mr Goddar recently refused 2400 for the span Advocate Col J P Chandler the popular auc tonecr tells us that at the D J Smith uio at Crab Orchard Monday mill cows sold at t2t to 427 calves 87 hog io corn in Held 4160 millet and hay at 350 to 60o The farm of 100 acres wa sold to Mrs Eliza Belle Frazier of Madison county for 12250 At Mrs M E Fishs sale Tuesday milk cowl roughl 425 oats 30 to 40c corn In eld tl 50 and household and kitchen irnlturo sold well Tho farm was rooted to Dr W F Phillips and Wm Sprinkles for 8350 Low round trip rates to Washington account G A R On account of the Grand Army reunion at Washington D C the Chesapeake Ohio will sell round trip tickets from Lexington at 111155 and at correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets will bo old- on Oct 3rd 4tb 6th and Oth and will- bo good to return until Nov 3 If deslr ed Extensive preparations are being made by the government authorities In Washlo ton to decorate and Illuminate tbe capital In the most gorgeous man neroLow rate excursion tickets will- be sold from Washington during the rcunlolJ to all the battlefields and cast- ern clUes between Norfolk and New York The C O will have two fast trains each way with finest sleeping car coach and dining car service traversing more historic country than any ober line For full Information or sleeper reservation see any ticket agent 01 G W Barney Lexington Ky Guineas hatched eggs wblcb- bad been swallowed by a huge black snako Is the most remarkable occur renco on the farm of John B Black near Mt Labor Adams county Eggs- tre disappearing from a guinea ocst- and a snake was suspected The rep- dlo was killed and found to have ewal lowed seven of the eggs which were- then placed under a hen and the gul- neas were hatched alive and active OUOUP Usually begins with tho symptoms of common cold there is chillness sneezing soe throat hot skin quick puUohoareo ness and impeded respiration Give fro- qucnt small does of Ballards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and at the first sign of a croupy cough apply luently Dullards Snow Liniment ex- terna1l1 to the throat 50c at Pennys Dru Store One of the most magnificent ballroom in the United Kingdom Is Lord agbs house In Dublin It is 70 teet- long and 40 feet wldQ and the floor has a elighttul springiness J Love is unequally yoked with sickness bylovelighten pain or relieve It Many a man looks lIufferingwilling to aid lien and able to do noU ng Sometimes however the husbands attention is directed to Dr Metres Favorite Prescription nnd its remarkable cures womanly dl cosca lie may not have munch bo of a cure but he Is led to try the metllctne- with the result that in almost every calC there is a perfect and permanent cure Dr Favorite Prescription cures irregularity It dries drain which weaken women heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness As a tonic for women who are nenous vornout and rundown Pa voritc 1rescripUonllu unequaled In answer to your I will say my wire commenced to comnlnln twenty years altO writes Lewis A Miller u hldofroUee of 3J Prospect St Wela r ortra We have tried the dUTcnnl doctors SIte look pl loot of medicine during the time the was until I wrote to and told ua what to do She hat taken eight boltlesof Dr IMercft F cattle rreacripllon and six of the Golden Med leal DlKovcry can do her own work now and an walk around again and U quite mar n Favorite Prescription has tea tI Irony of women to its conI plete cure of womanly diseases Do not accept an unknown unproved sub stitute in its place Dr Pierce Pellets invigt ale stomach liver and bowels u HOUSEHOLD HINTS Camphor put in drawers and runke will keep away mice Rub hinges with a feather dipped In oil and they will not creak A small bag of sulphur kept In a drawer or cupboard will drive away red ants A little charcoal mixed with olear water thrown Into a sink will dlslofc and deodorise It The odor of eweotpeal Is so offe slve to Mar that It will drive them Otlt of the slok room Brass work can be kept beauUfull bright by ooeailonally rubbing whit salt and vinegar A spoonful of vinegar put Into the water In which meats or fowls are boll lag makes them Under Boll three or four onions In a pint of water apply with a soft brush to J1It frames and flies will keep off them Stain of fruit etc may be taken out of wash good by Ant saturating the spot with coal oil then washing as usi a A fever patient can be made cool and comfortable by being frequently spong ei with water in which a little soda hae oecn dissolved A pinch of ealt will make the whit of an egg beat quicker and a pinch 01 borax In cooked starch will make the clothes stiffer and whiter Equal parts of amonla and spirits of turpentine will take paint out of cloth ing no matter how bard the paint ma boo Saturate the spot two or three times then wash out in soap suds To make sugarsyrup so that tt will tot chrystallze add a pinch ot grated Blum the size ota small pea to each pint of sugar Cover with hot water and let boll flee minutes This can bi lavorefl If desired Peeling from lemons and orange brown Into cold water place on the stove and when they come to a boll drain tbo water oil and cover again with cold water Let them boll 15 minutes lake a syrup of sugar and water put Ibe pealing Into this and boll until It li ransparcnt Roll In sugar then place on a plato to dry This Is floe In fruit ake Womans Home Companion Anthracite Is being used for jewelry In Chicago Stickpins made of the coal aro finding ready sal- eStockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholder of the Na boat tank or Iluitoovlllo will be held on ednosday Oct 1002 for the purpose of king a vote on the amendment three articles of auoclatlon reducing the umber of directors from nine to seven J W I100KEU cash- ierPUBLICSALE Deilrlnp to dlsiolvo partnership und en gago In other business we will on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER J5TH t our home near Peytona Well T miles Wet or Stanford and miles North of Me Innuy offer at public outcry to tho best bidder the following crop and imple mente 781 bale of timothy bay 318 bush cl a oats halt interest In 80 agree of corn and rider sugar cane hay In alack Also 2- 3hud lOOo und atcera 32 head SCOpound cahu12 700pound yearlings S cow 6 uckllllg calve 40 owes family mue 14 year old combined mare layear old harness maro hone colt a yearold 611y brood mare 4yearold 15 ar old mare mulo 3yearold horse mule pair yearling mare t two- hono wagon 1 Superior drill disc harrow twohone two hurse planter 3 oweri hay rake plows harrows and other implements too numerous to mention otl harness Oolumbus buggy Merer buckboard set extra heavy wagon harness 2 heating stoves shotgun 2 saddles lot of ow Rear and harneaa new Singer Sewing schlne and a lot of furniture Trims All sums under 810 cash over Ihat sum days credit or bankable notes bearlag 4 tier cent Interest from day of ale L P d A li MJNNELLEV T D English Auct Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids v When the liver ls torpid and falls to do lu work f the bile enters the blood a a virulent poison Tben t Mates cooatlpauon bUlousneaa slek headache teen and malaria IThe only treatment that gives the liver just the right touch and start Natures work in the right manner i- sQNS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETSr The pin touches the llrer and the pellet tone lhtsniom V 3 dad tor 9days cost cents sad ua Las your case Is esceedingly bad you win be Oetoro you fiauh theca SaropU tree for dab at all dealers FOR SALE DY W D MRODERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE JI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9OOOOO Directors J II Paxton J R Owsley 6 II Shanks WO Walker Oeo W Darter Bueceston to The Farmers Hank Trust Oommny and under same management continuously for M years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT toping such bl M relations will prure mutually beDoBolikl First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 ThUlnttllutlon was originally established as the DcK U tank of IB ISM then reorganized M the NaUmuU Pak of Stanford lo UU and again reorganised as the First National hark ot Stawford IB 18t having had pnicucally an uninter rupted cxttieoeo for 4S eat It it better with faculties tar traafaet ingMulBeisproBpUy and wit than ever before la IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited ontTTaleePillsJ 1I1U bowels regular be secured the asecretes enough to mike the Jiaes their fun lions ural agitation by cathartics compels continual anI to the acts on the cures and and form of Malarial Bilious nter milling and by going seat of 1at trouble works permanent cure PER DOTTLE Small Earm for Pont Small farm nf 3 H acres at Turn MTlll for rent Oood dwelling and Address Turnersrllle Ky A dehorned steer weighing ttO has mark of green onbck blp Anr Informatloo thankful received Will 8 Embry Lancaster Icy Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of Lime Cement o o Write For Pricea Hustonville Property Sale I will offer at private aale my property on tbo north ot Slain and on east College street In llustonvlllo- Icy consisting 01 hotel and livery table and vacant lot This property Is well arranged for hotel or boarding house anl livery table on same a nice livery barn CSxTS and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and nod good vacant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance Isjtcll arranged for residence and U now rented for that If you- want good property In IInltoavllle- call on or address S Carpenter Huston ellle Ky laving determined to go West I will at term at Ireachenvll e on the Grab Orchard pike on- SATURDAY OOTOIIEIl 11 lcU the following named property Three ood brood or work mares an good uggy horse good twoyearold gelding lIae Jack Jennet sow and shoat 3 No cows 2 calves corn crush er cultivator 1horso culllva tor new turning plow mowing machine rake 1 2hor e corn drill disc harrow 1 and harness 1 buggy cad harness Rood as new a lot of houso mold and furniture Including one organ good as new Terms made known on day of sale O W KINO J CHANDLER Auct Officers 8 U BIIAMC3Ireddenl J II OWflLRYOaihUr W 0 liT Atat Oaablen Officers J S HOOKER t J J MoKOIlBKTS chrtW II WEAHBN Ukpr Directors F Reid UaoolB Oo W P Walton UneolDOo J II OoltWr Crab M D RIsMre Stanford 8 II lUuRhuan Stanford T P Stanford Jas ItobUMtB lIaltbie J llaufhraan Stanford W P Tate Stanford 51 maatsss but action cannot until bile t liverJexecute n tf lnnat caused I IIncreasing duses attain results II liver Chills e Fever every Remitting and Fevers to the tho FIFTY CENTS outbuilding Albert Olveni ESTRAYED brlnillo pound between l ERDILLEHA BRICKAnd for situated eldaof having livery private paying I PUBLICSALE Jersey 2borse hay 2borse wagon kitchen PreaU oJJOrchard IUre u J Small Farm for Solo Small run of SS arm on Hanging Forte near Ioytona Well for sale cheap Has twostory dwelling and fair barn Other outbuilding good Splendidly watered U W Lunsford Rowland Ic- yNOTICE Sealed bids will be received for a Keeper I Phye1ClanSaid bids to be filed with the County Cleric not later titan oclock p Oct 6 lOOt Farm for Sale Contains 130 acres of fine Hanging Iork outbuildingsand U well fenced and watered la known as the E T farm and Is in Turners CooperRlcluud agentforTIMBER LflND FOR SflLE theIn order to Mrliontasell 2 acres of timber land In Adalrcoun ty This land contains between 1000 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory Umber This n tract ot land Is close to tho famous oil Odds of Wayne county and is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purpwcs All of bargalorouomeJ 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Oscarlionta J- 1REMEMZ36R Ii That cjtllcdChCa1 insurance ia Ibe dearest thing on earth That a dollar wived in the pro y mum may cost you a hundred in n oas That 0111 solid cash in sight anti xpcrieuccu management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied OUt lasso D Wonron Stanford xclulve Agent for Lincoln OarrardDorle nd OMoy Counties Keoluck