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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 19029 A M NO Gl NEWS NOTES Glenn Hunter was fatally Injured i a game ot foot boll ut Dee Moloes Iowa Tbo whisky men will eonlrsUho pro hibition clcclloo held at Fulton lost I w American Sugar Redoing Co reduced the price of all refined grades five point Two person wore killed and four badly Injured In an elevator aooldcnt at Lynn Mass At St Louie U M Snyder a bank or was glean five years In tbo peniten Liar for bribery e The Confederate Home at Pewee Val lay will be dedicated Oct 21 and will bo opened Nov 1 V J Hampton Moore of Chicago was elected president of the National re publican league by acclamation Philip Dolan the oldest Inmate of the raonaiterr at Getbtcmaol Is dead at 05 at the rciult of an accident Goo Bela M Hughes a native 0 Kentucky and ono of the most noted o the early settlers In the tar Wee li deadThe secretary ot tbo navy let tbo contract for tho construction of the new battleship Louisiana to cost 13 tiooOoa Prof Brook of Hobart College ay the Perrlno cornel It Increasing In brightness and will bo visible to the naked eye about Oct 16 The controller of tbe ourrenoy report that 04 13 national banks have Ii L been organized since the system wits Inaugurated and of these 4067 are now In operation The banks of the New York Clear s inghouse Association have not taken advantage of Secretary Bbaw otter to releatd the reserve funds hold agates government dopotlu Tbe minority stockholders of the L V N are showing dliiatUraollon with the roads merger and there an- a e threats of legal proceeding Asiur anew that alt Interest will be treats equitably do not appear to give perfect satisfactionThe department Saturda for the first time was able to teligrapb al tar north as Eigle Alaska The tel egram stated that contrast had been awarded for carrying the mall Fort Yukon to Deattlet above the tic Circle for 1500 a round trip of miles Detectives over the protect of the otllclaUot the Medical College of In diana made a search of that Instltu lion for alleged stolen bodies and 10 r bodies were found burled la the cellar The olUolals of tho college insist that these were the remain of bodle dis sected at the lasta Mon of the Initltu tlon Chicago le threatened with a Iral famine by reason of tbo scarcity of a coal and coke and rich and poor alike suffer In Now York While poor uhlld ron In the Utter city search the street for wood the price of team which Is reupplled the famlllc of the rich ha e 15 per cent because of tho scarcity ot coal ID revBritoir s damage suit agalns- the Illinois Central Railroad Co for a assault upon a man and his wife while waiting for a train at Central City tho appellate court says At luch tbe railroad II only required to have 4waiting room open 30 minute before train time and It not required jo fur nub an Inn for persons to go Into before tbe train II to arrive Frederick G Uthoff who wa a memo ber of the St Louis council In 1808 let titled that Robert M Snyder offered him 150000 to vote for the Contra Traction Dill and subsequently railed 1theotter to 1100000 Ho told of other large sums said to have been paid by Snyder to other councilman His ex amination brought out a statement that John Sculln and 13d Butler were at Ibo same time offering a large turn of mon ey for the defeat of the traction bill- He testified that ho paid out 15000 for Butler and that five councilmen wcro paid S433 apiece ovary month durln the time the bill was pending THE OLD RELIABLE I aOY4- I LJ J ItAKIr POWDER AbsrouttCy flirt THEIlE isn SUIlSTITUTE1w- o I t Two trainmen woro killed In a freight Qttynthe slayer of Jesse James was released from the Colorado penitentiary Thomas Galloher tbo British tobac co manufacturer announce that bo may establish factories In America Samuel M Loogworth started out to kill hll wife at Shreveport La but was himself killed by hi wlfoa broth er A Lowell Mats manufacturing com pony will Invest 81050000 In a cotton mill at Huntsvllle Ala because coarse good can be made cheaper la the South than In the North Sixty human liver are lost and prop arty worth 9100000000 Is destroyed each year In America by forest tires according to a bulletin Issued by tbe department ot agriculture The annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic opened yester day In Washington President Roose volt following the inttrucuont ot his thefPaymaster General Bates In his an nual report state that tbo approxi mate cost of tbo Spanish war on ac count of pay and extra pay to velars ten and regulate and mileage to olll 170x008410s la Pails was attended by an Immense crowd but per fool order was maintained Dreyfus after securing Mmo Kolas content marched la tbo procession but was un noticed by tho people The St Lout Juno grand Jurywblob doe been In continuous tension Investi gating the boodle ease has adjourned One Indictment was returned jointly charging 10 member ol the municipal assembly with bribery The Columbian government has entered a vigorous protest against Ad miral Casey order prohibiting the transportation of armed sad unarmed military employes across the Iitbmlan railroad It Is claimed to be a viola dclan of sovereignly Mrs Johanna O Samuel formerly of Nahvllle Teen has offered to Free ident Roosevelt a tract of raining land la Kentucky to be mined by the gap ernmeni without oompeniailon to the owner ol too land during the continu strlMkoDoe Jolllco Is to have a Presbyterian masse Bishop MoCIotkey will be 80 year old Nov 10 Dr Carroll reports church member s In America 23000037 Kentucky Christian churches gave 115010 for church extension last year The Northern Methodists have In Kentucky ICO preacher and 371 churches bread Barnett of Grant county left 11000 ot his 15000csiato to super anuatcd preachers Canadian Methodists now have Sun day schools 3425 churches 3410 scholars 272500 church property 112 000000 titnbegin a protracted meeting al thet church the Ian of this month 1aoeaye the poorhouse and In 47 counties there not a criminal for trial raThe celebration of Bishop McClos keys golden jubilee was begun In Lou Isvlllo Sunday with a big parade par ticipated to by all the Catholic socie ties At tbo meeting of the Methodist con ference at Columbia a lufllclent amount of money was raised to practically as sure the location of the proposed Moth od t Episcopal training school al Co lumbla RAISED FROM TUB DEAD C W LandU Porter for the Orien tai Hotel Ohanuto Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed Saogw wee dud I tried to get some more but before I hilt deposed of ray bottle I was cured entirely Iam cube do truth too 25 GOo and U at Penny Drug- Store Tbo richest farm in tho world la an aero worth 8283000 In the heart of Now York ultrafashionable district bo tween West End Avenuo and Riverside drive It Is lilted regularly and tbe produce Is sold at the nearest market During the civil war tbo site was coy ered by a government recruiting eta Lion CHOUP Usually begins with tho symptoms of a common cold there Is chillness sneezing sore throat het skin quick pulsohoarso ness and impeded respiration Give tie quent small does of Ballard Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and at applrfrequentfy PennyDrop A Subscriber Talks of Tho Judi oat Situation A subscriber writes as follows Thero is no political conscience It has been urged that tboec who yet fa vor a primary election should bays raised their objection to tho action of the judicial committee before It met Title Is uucrllo It Is the perfection of nonsenso Analagout to this would be to lie suit for damages against a rail road before damage has been done or to Indict a men ton burglary before tbo act It was Impossible to foretell or to prejudge the action of tbe committee It was however very reasonable to suppose that U would order a primary election since It was known that a large majority of tbe people and the candidates wanted and asked for a prI- mary election This unwarranted ac tion by which tbe will of thai people was Ignored should bo rescinded for tbo good of tbe party and not the inters est of any candidate Such conduct cost the party 25000 votes In the Slate aad if continued It will wreck the part The people are asserting their rights The day of the politician Is past and tho voters are ready to provelthat they moat be Ignored no Thure are many good citizens who joined to lone no soon unturned to defeat the nomination of tbe candidate In whose Interest the convention was called It is urged that the oscine of the committee will justify a severe course since the Mosaic law An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth Is still deeply Imbedded In human nature Hen under the Christian dispensation wo are permitted to do that which would otherwise bo a crime to prevent the commission of an offense To Illus rate We arc commanded not to kill nod yet If a burglar attempts to enter your bousp you are excused for taking bis life Is claimed that ihose who would resort to any means la conven tine to defeat tbe party favoring It would be regarded as public benefao tea as the defenders of the rights and the liberties of the people and tbe foun dare and promoters of a school of pollt teal reform la which ll will be taught that the will of the people must bo re spieled Look out for the majority and tbo good of the party SUHSCIUIIEK MATRIMONIAL A New York woman has been mar niwas rich widow Clark at Coopers town N Y An 80ynarold man la Connecticut hag recently contracted his 12th mat rimonial alliance- T G Price was married last week to Miss Maggie Bnnn daughter of Wm Dunn of Rowland At a wedding In Connecticut a young woman whittled The Angels Sere Dodo as an accompaniment to tho ceremony W D Eogleman of Kansas City Mo and Miss Minnie Cozatt of Parks vllle were married at the Danville parsonage by Rev Garrison last week The groom Is a brother of Matt Eagle man of Boyle Capt and Mrs J W Hart o Cyn ihlana announco the engagement of their eldest daughter Miss DayeU Wyatt Han lo Mr Grant Wellington Taylor of Pennsylvania at present In Greenville Miss The wedding will bo solemnized very quietly title month Somerset Journal The handsome brld formerly lived at Somerset where be father was proprietor of the Brlnkloy Douso for many veer- DEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundantly The entire trouble auras from inanition their food is not auimlUtcd but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge wilt cause them t cease crying end begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and Joy ol the mother 23o at Pennys Drug Store Dorothy Say auntie Is religion something to wear Aunt JuliaMy dear why do you ask such foolish questions Dorothy Cau papa said you used your religion for a cloak Six million Is all thatMorgan mad by tolling the L L N to a big sklndl caw Morgan generally makes aboul doublo that sum His latest coup In sures him a full coal bin this Winter Lexington Democrat Berno has the reputation of belug the most honest town la Switzerland Ills said that not a single article has been lost within tho city without boln recovered Five hundred cars of soft coal have been sold at the Guyao River W Va mines at 83 a was at the mines tit e highest price on record la West Vii glnla factorlei of Ital the us morexlog till 8 at night sad the wages lOo a day LANCASTERPTbo fiscal court Is In session today Throe marriages are reported for this week In this city and vicinityqDr W S Beazlcy is moving Into the cottage he bought on Lexington street Tbo ladles aid society of the Chris ilea church holds Its next meeting with Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mr and Mrs Horace Herndon have moved lo their country residence reo coolly purchased of Mrs W A Price- J B Carter of Carterevllle has moved to town for tbe Winter and task en rooms with his sister Mrs J B ConnRev Cbumblev will conduct a meet log through the greater part of this week at the Three Forks of Sugar CreekThe engagement of Miss Ama Goodkloc of North Vernon Ind George Bailey of Seymour Is an nouncedW West has bought the John Do ner farm five miles North of here on the Lexington turnpike The tract contains 105 acres Mrs Jacob Joseph who submitted to serious surgical operation at the Jew ob hospital In Cincinnati leaf week Is reported In a favorable condition The prevalence of smallpox and scar let laver in the lower end of tho county has about abated and the public schools have been allowed to reopen Billle Wall of the Stone section has sold bis farm at 830 per acre to three different purchasers Messrs Walker Beazley and Carter A death mask of the late Rev John G Fee of Bores is seen In one of the windows of the marble works hero ono lit presumed a bust of the eminent educutoIln course of preparatloo Price Bros sold a bunch of cattle to Sweeney Morgan at 3c T S Elkin bought some bogs from L Withers at OJo a helter from same at 3Jc and hogs from T B Robinson and Sam Johnson aiOJc Miss Pearl Ruble daughter of James Ruble of Buena Vista and a helpless Invalid for the lost three or tour years has been brought to town to undergo a months treatment by electricity at the oflloo of Dr J B Klnnaird The driller have now come to a slra cum of soft soapstone and pronounce water underneath this formation They have gone down over 800 feet and It will be necessary to get new machinery ofaaa capacity ol the present apparatus Tho U S geological surveyors are encamped on Dr W S Beazley lot on Danville street They have Insert ed a plate In one ol the courthouse pillars showing Lancasters elevation 1004 feel above the sea level It la 1250 One to mutilate or destroy this plalo Tbe elevation one mile out on Danville road It 095 feet The county teachers association of Lower Garrard was held at Pleasant Grove Saturday with an Interesting program and plenty of good things to eat Mss Jennie Higgins omclated as president and Miss Millie Dunn as sec rotary Miss Amanda Anderson of this city furnished ono of the most In structlve papers- lovltatlons have been received by relatives and friends here at her old home to tbo marriage of Miss Sue Lay ton of Cincinnati and Joo Boggs of Richmond the ceremony to be pro pacyoung of Mracd Mrs James Layton Miss Rattle Doty has returned from a protracted visit to Fort Worth Tex Dr A S Price of Stanford visited file mother Sunday Mcsdames K F Poetic and Margaret T Robinson have been visiting la Danville James I Hamilton has returned from his trading 0trip to Memphis Miss Skinner ono of the telephone operators Is sick of oar vous prostration at A H Bastlar Mrs Lewis Francis of Richmond has been vlelllng Mrs Arch Kavanaugh Mrs 0 P Huffmaa and sons of Stan ford have been guests of Mrs T S Elkin Mrs Mary Friable and liiilo daughter Gladys have returned to Louisville Mr Jesse Doty If reported Improving attar a surgical operation la hsehoe arrived from Texas to spend tbe Winter with bee daughter Mesdamos J B Cooo and J B Carter 21 YEARS DYSPEPTIC RII Foster 318 8 2d St Salt Lake City writes I havo been bothered with dyspepsia or Indigestion for 21 yearsjtrled 1ggot a cured me I am now tapering off on the sec and I have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too 50c at Penny Drug Store Salesmen wanted to look after our In leresis In Lincoln and adjacent coun ties Salary or commission The Vie tor OU Co Cleveland Ohio It Renew your subscription to tbe I J r J AND MThat stands for Johnson Murphy They are the best shoemakers in this coun try Thoir goods are not as well known in this communi ns they doserve to bo and we propose to make you bettor acquainted with them Come and try on a pair and youll want to keep them on they feel So good They cost 500 and 600 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing find Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T 0 MILLER DanvilleJIKj I New Line ol coffee I Mens suits all shades well made up worth 85 at 8249 Mens at 8750 lions 81fi suits at 8025 suits all sizes from DOc at 5100 Mens 810 overcoats at 86 50 Mens 812 overcoats at 8760 Mens 815 overcoats at 8075 Boys overcoats at your own price TRYIT I SOLD BYE Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY NEW YORK STORE BARGAINS CLOTHING 8450Heirs1350snits Childrens 83Mens Mens underwear 150 dozen will all go at 23c 200 dozen heavy fleecelined un garmentSHOES liens shoes worth 82 at 8155 Mens 250 shoes at 8175 Meus 83 shoes at 8196 Irons 8350 shoes at 6225 Mens everyday shoes at DOc Mens fine shoes at 81 50 lieu 8250 fine shoes at 8175 Ladies heavy shoes at 99c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY OJ Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now Ori Craig Hocker STANFORD Anti I rA preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for tho odors from perspiration on anyI clothingAllweB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER Of wayeceuntrIIaeaodlatefor Slate Tnar nrtr Ilrty ROBERT HARDING- of DanTiUtt to i eialMat fir Circuit JntVte lub Jest to the nettau at the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer li I eandWite tar Commonwealths tortey la tills the Win Judicial dlllrltlubfect to the action oft ho democratic party For Congress Q G GILBERT Of Shelhv BROTHER ED WALTON of the I TERIOR JOURNAL finds fault with tbe editor of the News for espousing tbo cause of Hon Robert Harding In th- race for circuit judge says Prof Lillard In the News You were never more mistaken We have no earl ly objection to your support of your county man but wo arc sorry of your Inconsistency Bo brave and fcarle and loyal to the great common people you print eacb Issue and you are trylc to nominate a man who had too tnucb conscience to vote for the great and good man who uttered those gran words just before ho passed Into tbo great beyond Consistency Is a jewel that Prof Lillard hasnt yet beard of The professor charges that we kicked against the platform of 1800 andI 1000 Bless your soul professor we have never thought of such a thing as kicking on platforms In our feeble way we were trying to help oleo Mr Bryan on those platforms while you were making pills We had the honor of being treasurer of the campalg committee In 1S96 Does that cause you to think we were a kicker The pro lessor pretends to think we omitted the publication of his juggling of fig urea because It would convince some of our readers that a convention Is a fairer way than a primary to nominate candidates for jugde and Commonwealths attorney Wrong again WeE didnt deem the figures worthy of re production In fact to us oftbeunlnltlat ted they were not altogether clear The professor might send along a dlaCJ gram and help matters I have seen much that would Indicate the senti ment that defeated Mr Bryan the greatest champion the people ever had in this nation In the ring of the voice that speaks to the people from Stan ford We deny the allegation and j aefy the allegator No paper worked Is harder than did this In Its efforts to elect Hon Wm Jennings Bryan in both of his races The INTERIOR JOUR NAL always supports democratic nom bees with Its might and main and If Prof Lillard Is Ignorant of that fact we invite him to an examination of Its 4Ales But why argue The professor l we are a democrat and we know he is one and knowing this the wonder to us la how the deuce he can be so hot for a man who only a year or- eo ago helped to defeat the lamented Goebel by refusing to vote for him We say again that consistency la a virtue that the profeeaor does not possess l THE republicans of the Seventh die L trlct came near not having a candidate for Congress says the Lexington Dem ocrat They appointed Saturday to hold countv conventions to name dele gates to a district convention to beheld at Lexington Tuesday to nominate a candidate Ignorant or forgetting the law making It necessary to file notice of candidacy at Frankfort 30 days be ffore the election there was consterna In camp when a legal brother let the light In on the situation Then the telegraph was kept hot till an agree ment with the counties had been made to nominate Mr Cannon and hla name was at once certified to the proper au thorities All this however was a waste of money and energy South Trimbles race will be n walk over ACCORDING to onatare For aker Hanna and other American ora tore the trusts are beautiful Institu tions ordained especially for showering blessings and benefits on the American people In spite of themselves On the other hand President Roosevelt Rep resentatlve Llttlefield and some more republicans Insist that the dangerous i power of the trusts must be curbed given if an amendment to the constitu ton of the United States Is necessary to that end In this conflict whom shall the uninitiated believe Ir gives us that tired feeling to read h In a paper an apology for a dearth of editorial or local matter because the advertiser took so much apace and then find a dozen or so columns of plate matter No use in lying about the matter Just as well say that news la scarce or that the editor Is tired sick r or lazy which ever case It may be BEAR In mind that the election la not far off and that It isvery Important that Hon Geo O Gilbert be returned to Congress There will be no trouble In electing him If democrats will only do their duty and this they must do It- t would be a calamity to lore so excellent a representative as Mr Gilbert la IIN Philadelphia a law prevails tbat De In force In every city A man must show a receipt for his p tax before ho can exercise the right suffrage The Quay machine in t Quaker City has just put the money 01 80000 polls In the treasury that would not have gone there bad It not needed the votes TILE Louisville Horse Show was access in every particular The splen did exhibition of the equine and tbo big crowds make certain the bulldl f of a 1250000 coliseum for Loulsvlll 1 future ehotks- TAMMANY HALL has nominated WIl loam R Hearst for Congress and it Is a good bet that tho great publisher wt bo a winner Hes got the rocks and money talks in elections POLITICAL Bird S Coler democratic nominee for governor ol New York Is only 33 It Is probable that Gerald T Finn of Franklin will bo a candidate for ntu noy general J P Harrison democratic nominee for Congress In the lltb opened bll campaign at Albany yesterday Judge T Z Morrow has been given a splendid Indorsement for his services ae circuit judte by the 20 lawyers of the Wllllamsburg bar Secretary Cortelyou announces that the recent severe strain on the pros dent will necessitate extreme quletfor the next week or 10 days to prevent a backsetSamuel W McCall renomInated by the republicans In the Eighth Massacl usetts Congressional dlstrlctln a speec advocated a special session of Copgres to remove the duty on coal Judge James D Black of Barbour vllle denies reports that he will not make the race for the democratic nom- Ination for governor though he has not yet announced his candidacy The Hamilton county democratic committee la having trouble in finding a location for Tom L Johnsons circus tent In Cincinnati The committee bal been refused permission to pitch the tent in Fountain Square or In Wash ugton Park The Massachusetts republican State convention nominated a full State tick t and adopted a platform advocating reciprocity with Cuba The Dlngley arlff bill Is praised but It Is said that hanges will be made whenever the reo ulrementis of sufficient Importance to ustlfy the check to business which In vltably follows any revision of the tar ItT The removal of the tariff on pro lucts of trusts la opposed The Somerset Journal has this to say bout Mr J P Harrison democratic nominee for Congress In the 11th He J a leading lawyer of the Monticello bar with fine promise In his profession le Is a working democrat of purest record a gentleman In every instincts nd purpose He has never sought or held otUce and thought himself safe from ao unexpected a stroke of polltl al lightning ashla nomination at this Ime to run for Congress Is felt to be Us acumen as a pleader and his brll lance as an orator were exhibited In tbe noted Wayne county election contest cases before Judge Morrow and upon appeal to the higher courts From that time his friends In this portion of the district marked him as the coming hamplon of democracy In the dls rlcL THIS AND THAT Plttsburg ships more than 12000000 tonlof coal annually I Dr C R Utley was found dead on- tbe road near Hickman It is said that Texas alone markets 0000000 worth of cattle annually ExGov John B Nell of Idaho died at Columbus 0 after a long Illness Oregon farmers are raising sugar beetl aa a more profitable crop than wheat A terrific storm swept over the Death alley In California and great damage to property resulted Warron fines Clark a member of- one of the most prominent families of Warren county la dead President Roosevelts physicians announce that another operation on tbelr patient will not be necessary One hundred thousand toot of coal were sold on the New Castle England xchange for the United States B E Rowe and Was Salllb Mont ornery popular young people of Columbia will marry on the 14th Nine hundred minors employed bV- the Tennessee Coal Iron h Railway lootin the Blocton Ala field are on a strike Resolutions Passed atTeachers Meeting At this teachers meeting held at Ingsvllle Saturday the following rea lutlons were adopted RESOLVED That we express our coat hearty thanks to the members of- tl1e Church for the use of their build Inlt to the ladles of the community for- tbe good dinner furnished by them to Missel Lucille Johnson and Dora RIg iey for the music ao excellently rendered and lastly to the children whose recitations added ao much of Interest to Lhe program Committee on resolutions is Loula Hicks Annie McKee Mr A Hay IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES- W C Ash bas sold his 310 acre farm IfIn Shelby at 8100 oFrank Dunaway was fatally burned at furnaces W S Shepherd has resigned as agent of the Q t C at Somerset Miss Carrie feeler of Lebanon win the vocal contest at Harrodsburg a George Nelson a Lebanon Nog was given 14 years for setting fire to a bouse Centre College defeated the Pleul urevlllo eleven 44 to 0 at Danvllle Saturday afternoon The biggest well drilled In weeks has just boon completed In the Rlcbla oil field In Knox county The Waterworks Co Is tho b8slaboutof a the town The tollhouse at the Brooklyn bride In Mercer county was blown up wit dynamite at midnight and Mrs Rich ard Rue the wife of the keeper tee badly Injured Mrs Maggie A Sanders died at he home near Stone after an Illness c several months She was about 3 years of age anti leaves a family Sh had an extensive relationship Miss ELLA HAY daughter of Hon H K Hay of Perryvllle will unveil the Confederate monument Miss Delr- iaughman having declined Miss Bay will be assisted by Miss Annie Tribblc While returning from a business trip Into Washington county Allan nays a wellknown business man of Cornish vllle Mercer county was attacked by two highwaymen Hays resisted and put them to flight The republican district committee met at Somerset Saturday and called county mae conventlonl for Nov 15 and a delegate convention at Somerset Nov 22 to nominate candidates for cir cult judge and Commonwealths attor ney In the 23th district Judge T Z if Morrow and George W Shadpan ol Somerset are the contestants for the in judgeship It Is said that if the miners return to work in the anthracite region Roosevelt will appeal to Congress for aNa tonal arbitration law Mrs Susan Wolfe an Inmate of tbo Western Insane asylum at Hopkins lar vllle commltteU suicide by hanging herself with a rope made of ribbons FRBSII fish and oysters T C Willis LOST Red steer with few white apes natural unley will weigh about 700 pound Any an having the steer In lJOSIton or lafor nation concerning him will please notify H Swope Stanford Ky In PUBLIC SALEOf Lad Stock Crop Household And Kitchen Furniture On Friday October 17 we win at our home at Turnenvlllo tell the following oolve21eartlagsbrood lOWS 2 good mares leas good 2yearold bone extra IOO- dmare mule 1 wagon about 4000 pound of tobacco In the barn 200 shocks of fodder 60 shocks cane lot of farming Ira lementi household and kitchen furniture Sale to begin promptly at oclock terms made on of sale Logan Awls Mrs S L Le- wdPUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OOTODKR 10th 1002 will veil at public sale at my farm in Casey aunty near the Ilaitonvlile and Drad irdivllle pike 3H miles from Hustonvllle the following described property Two ilgnlty Dart yearlings mare cots our yearold by Thornton Stai three earold mule milch cow 49060 pounds of baled hay farming tools consisting of cultivator corn planter disc barrow mow IDg machine almost new hay rako and otter tools 2 two horse wagons buggy 1 reaklng cart some fencing pots and mortised household and Kitchen fur 8 Iture consisting of 3 bedroom mils fold- Ing bed couch chairs dining table newt cook clove hentlng tore etc crml aDd under cash In hand over that credit of month with 6pc r cent Interest from date requiredE SHERIFFS SALE By a virtue of Execution 1867 against Pennlngton 18SS against Mr Sallie J Pennlngton 1600 against E 0 Single toD and other directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Lincoln Cir cult Court In favor of W II Higgins J Price Infirmary and J O Carpenter against Eo O Singleton and others Mr Sallie J ennlngton and Eph Pennlngton I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 13th day of October 1002 between the hour of 0c1ock A I and 2 oclock r at the court house door in Stanford county of Incoln Ky expose to public sale to the bidder the following property tor so mch tberoof as may be necessary to sat sty tho amount of the Plaintiff debt In erect and cost tonlti The three execu Ioni amounting to 132037 cost and Inter est Included These three flfa were levied the undivided X Interest each of Sallie J Ienntngton E O Singleton and others aDd Eph Ienntngton on the following tract of land In Lincoln county bounded on north by land of P J King and Mrs II L brahams east by land of Mr M P wiley south by land of tire M P Owsley and J F Hampton heirs west land of H F Newland Mr Sallie II Newland Tbe whole tract containing about 271 acres hla levy la mad i subject to a mortgage of- T J Foster on Ji of said tract for 81600 with cent interest from October 17 1000 Levied upon n I the property of Mrs Sallie J Pennlngton Eph Ienntngton and E O Singleton and others Tories will tornado on a credit of 3 loath bond with approved security require bearing Interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum from day of tale and bav the force and effect 0 a sale bond this 1110s Lincoln n W F McKinney Deputy Sheriff a IJN N iIYe mail samples to out ottown customers week only Ladies colors nml worth The Grand LeaderL 04rWe have on sale the finest line of Black and Colored Dress Goods that has ever been shown in Stanford We show 1 38inch Molro o and colors at 60e ynnl 10 inch 1crolc cloth nt The ynnl 1d inch Storm Sorgo wool nt SOc yard t Inch Ktnmiuo in black from SI to 82 n ynnl 44inch Zoholllno tho nowoat weave 815 too yard 44 inch wide AVnlo worsted from 125 to S2 yard 3G5nch Cloth nt GOo yard 54inch skirting very heavy nt 8125 yard inch Broadcloth blnck nml colors 08o yard A line of narrow braid nppliqnoa in nil colors nt prices running from 5c to SI per yard THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props B Manager THE Joseph Price Infirmary open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for eon sultation Itoard and nursing shall cast advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Joe when services are renders and must be paid promptly IFOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated on Somerset street X mile rom town consist tug of dwelling of seven rooms besides kitchen and room and a fine eel stroke bouse chicken house coal house and a good stable and 10 area of land 2 hydrants one In the yard and one for stock well and cistern combined near the door for drinking purposes Said property In good repair JASI BROWN Fi BROWN AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 0 KY win practice In all the State Courts also and Courts Colleottoas made and promptly remitte- dDISSOLUTION The majority of the stockholders of the Neal Creek k Oas Co have deeMed to lose Its business and wind up its affairs An persons having claim against It will present to the undersigned Sept 13 1902 Failures Rein Pros J M Pawns Sec To the Coal Consumer r out Hlggtn k Sims the coat dealer we are now to furnish the people Stanford aud surrounding ountrr the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Partners we wilt take your lIa and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orders l at coal houseroar motphone II or lloonei livery stable No O Boon cfc Dunavexxt STFINFOtlO KY For Sale or Rent Property knownasThePursellSprings M In woodland and ndor cultivation Improvements a 18 room hotel one cottage of 3 aD of room furnished throughout and In good repair Near tho hotel s a of cha Tbcate water which has been anayzedand known to have fine medicinal properties rhe summer patronage U good and the transient a the year A tine opening for an enterprising hotel man For Information terms address or Springsftentucky TraHlor Ricey DEAltRS ISI flilskii Brandu Wines Boor Clears Etc Carpenter Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and mention Nothing but the hat drink Mall cr telegraph orders receive crompt attention npI Special Thin Finest Kid Gloves in all any I size 100 go at blnck nil Venetian full S be servants of phone 73cl LEVY Call anti sao what wo limoafor birthday wadding gilts II otc Our now of bars many suggestions to patISilorwnroS Watches and Clocks Etc 1 I 1 W He MUELLER I We Never Guess J People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving tho ideal service they got horo with out insisting Tho public at largo is not ono half as particular as wo are in this matter oftpure drugs or in regard to tho accurate lill hI of their In 1gUOBSus Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky r FOR FURNITUREthat will please you Carpets Mattings Rugs all BuildingPapercall on tho t Withers Furniture Co ProprietorI CARSON PENCE t DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck 1 boards Harness I lFull and complete stock of tho above always on hand and arc sold at prices that defy competitionj1 d See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Dr Goldstein A 0 will be at tho VERANDA HOTEL I wemiBsflau THuisflai Oct is 16 OFFICE HOURS 9 A M TO 4 P M Continuously for the put25 years Dr Ooldateln the welljcnown phyilclan and optician of Louisville has visited reputation Illespractical and work hs given entire satisfaction having all over thethis iklll It need his services State of Kentucky Take advantage of you T paS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIID KY Ocr 7 1002 V In fllllntr your proscriptions wo ue o proportloonot do bolter II yon paid ui doublo tbo price which always reasonable Pe- nIs Drug StoreLJ PERSONALS MRS JOHN BIIACKBTT U J E PORTMAN wont to LduUvtllO yesterday MISS KATHBlUNKliAtMrilttAN II vii lung In Danvltlo S D BLMOKU hal moved hit famll to Jaokionvlllo III Miss AiHiiE LUTtts loaves today to Loxlnutonr hal beat ed hero to do photographic work Mns WILL OKVTIIASCE U beloc treated at Jo oph Price Infirmary Miss EMILY DCDUERAR who hn t v JoTRUE11EAltTtbo IndUnapolIf College of Dentistry Mns WILLIAM POYNTBU of Mt Vernoo was a Stanford vlillor Friday TIM PFNNIKUTON left yesterday to enter the Loulivlllo College of Dontli tryMns SARAH CDHTIS li vliltlap berI liter MUi Raehol Alllion In LoxloR tonMRS JAKE ROJJISSON of Doyle U at Joioph Price Infirmary under treat mintaMltS J D PAXTON and llillo Joie phlne Paxton both continue to Ira t prove JUDOS It J DnuCKiNltiDOR of Dan vlllo spent Sunday with Col W G Welch Mns C T THOMPSON of Favctie U with tho family of Mr T M Pen nine ton 1 Mns W B PuniClNB and handsome children were hero from Crab Orch art yesterday Mn AND Mns J W MOOlte of Ca r toy spent Sunday with Mr and Mr s Ed Wlllclnion Mns FilA NIt W MILLun of Lcxlnc- I ton spent several days with her sister Mn T 0 WIIIU Mns 0 no HOE K ALVOKO of Hue tonvlllo left Friday to vltlt relative In Washington City Mn J M REYNOLDS the clever Dee Llok merchant went to Loulivlllo yesterday to buy goods eaotoied M for 0111 war wet IFlSD writes J D MoKltwl k from Wonievu Kansas A A RUSSKLL aid Harry MeA loch are baok from Areola III whore they have been working i Mix J D DnowN and daugbUr MIs Dgra Drown of Casey were hero yui terday to ice Dr R A Jones Miss LUCILLE COOIBU leaves for Kaihvlllo today to spend some time with Mn R J Lylei and other re- laIllvei A G HILL and wife and Mr J and wife spent Sunday with Mr John D Merihoo and family at Somerset MRS ANNA D VANAUSPALE re turned from Harrodiburi yesterday eand U with her daughter Mn Q J MoRoberu Miss NELLIE Muninv one of Li coIn county moot charming lassie paid Danville friends a visit Weda dayNowMRS H PRUITT of Moreland j hen returned homo after ipendlnjr a month with her daughter Mrs W D Welburn at FlemlnKtbure Hits ALICE Lusl of Huiionvlllc left Friday to vlftt rolailvei In halt more She will go from there to Pliu b burg to leo her ion and daughter MRS MARY J WEATticnroitD Huilonvllle Mr M L Lewis and Ii tie Carrie Edwards of San Antont- Texas were guests Mrs W O WE unintentionally omitted montl In our lat issue of the splendid muilo furnished by Miss Myrtlo Abram I ft W Powell Halo entertainment 04Tbureda evening Mn J F RHODES editor of the t Now at El Dorado Spring Mo tpent Sunday hero He came on legal bus neis Mr Rhodes U an exceedingly pleasant and Intelligent gentleman MRS IlUEV and children hayo arrl H ed from Carrollton and aro pleasant- domiciledf at the Dapllit parsonage on l lower Main Rev Huoy It engaged present In a protracted meeting ax will join hit family later EDWARD COOPER leaves today fort the Lone Star State to leekfonuno and fame Ho will likely RO on a cattle ranch near Canyon City The ranch contains about 6000 acres and la owned by his uncle John M Cooper The bolt wishes of every man woman and child In Stanford will go with Edward f i In hit new field LOCALS STORE full of new and deilwblo goods Severance rL SooIOIL ilovei cheap to close John Bright J Co IJW A TIUWJLB sold for a party 22 hares of First National Dank stock at 1110 OPENING Mrs Garland Singleton will have her opening of Fall and Win tar millinery next Friday and Saturday invited to attendJamd you arc cordially T It ISTOCIt HockorV of guns and ammunition atj lJ WANTED another turn hand E Bruce Stanford GLASSBS to III tho eye Latest styles In frames Craig ft Hooker ItI Wn have lomo millet seed sake for sale cheap J U Baugbman ft Co pinLeavephone exchange WILLIS ALOORV a reipeotcd old darkey of tbo Turnerivlllc section died Friday of consumption AUSTIN 8LAU0 rho proJuco cratesyOrigabyhapterveiling oxerclies at Perryvlllo Wed nctday In a body Youtt oily taxes Bro now duo and you are requested to pay them at once Six per coot will bo added Nov 1 It O nes city collector AT Liberty Dr I S Wesley bought Dr James Wcileyt residence for 81 and swapped It to James Glboney for his homo and 8600 ACQUITTED Mr Calvin Wbltt of Crab Orchard for obstructing a county road was tried before Squlro James A Dodderer Friday and acquitted ItClcond winter millinery One been post poned until Tuesday next I4th t FiNBS For shooting orapl Green Hantford Bud Rout Will Lee Sam Holm and folds Satter were flood 110 each In Judo Cartons court Saturday FOR SALE Gontlo family mate Juit the thing for school children Good buggy made by Central Kentucky Carriage Co and a No Jersey milk cow A G Eailland THE Stanford WaterLight S lea Co Is preparing to put in now poles and wires This company is sparing neither time nor means in making Slanford the bet lighted town on tho map WORK BO SRTbe flwal court 4a loaned ground book of Mr R B Cold wells and will build a work haue where Jailer Uorrln can glvo bU guests cxerviie rain or hint The move enema a good one to ui To SPEAK Hnna onJ WillardI speakpcounty court day Mr Mitchell is a nomleaia no speaker WHITEMr Haion White Ihoeged father of Mr Isaiah White died cud denly Friday morning after an Illness of a few hour Hli remains were tak on to Casey county Saturday and burled after services by Rid J Q Mont omery Mr Whites wife preceded him to the grave a number of year but several children aro left to mourn the IMS of a kind and Indulgent lather Mr Wbllo was 83 years of ego 4BIG LAND SALE J S Hbckor has returned from Hagan Va While betq esxas thorn be lolls ui Hon Vlncont forcing told about 7500 acres of lao ValloyLandsumof8100I0227 The entire considera tion was paid In cash Mr Rocker in forms us that on the presentation of- certlOcateto htm at the bank th stockholders will at once receive largo dividend ofIIoIIREDt Hopklnsville burgle Andred I0o0 a at 8200 and 875 satpapers office but found nothing of value The only mark left was two foot prints just under tbo window and they were smoothed over Dr Sargontle a brother of Mr Ann o Lailoy of this place FIRE AT TURNERSVILLE Waller eboIyk Saturday night It Is supposed that dtoo building caught from too forgo about 1100 with tio Insurance Caih ft McCIuros torn was saved by bard work Tbo well near the etc ro gave out but fortunately three barrels of rain water had boon saved and with this and blankets the building was pro vented from burning The little shop on tho McKinney pike was also saved by good fighting WRECK Through freight No 30 which passed bore about 11 oclock Saturday morning crashed Into tho r end of local freight No 23 which x standing on the track just bolow Cedar Creok unloading ballast The cnglno and several cars of No 30 woro oyor turned and Engineer Robert Flonna gan was slightly Injured No other In juries aro reported The wreck delay ed tho noon passenger about threo hours tho train from Louisville run ning on to Cedar Creek where an e change of baggage and passengers was ffecled with the mountain train Go to Miss Sacrays for up lodaio photos at right prices Coot and heating stoves grate o John Bright Jr d C- aTnussnsAll kinds and sizes Low est prices Craig d Hockcr DONT ourstock stoskirtOLD fashionedsecretary sideboard auger chase etc for solo Edward Johnson Stanford4tNBW currants and raisins of tbo 1002 crop and other goods of tho season at John Bright Jr ft CoaItTug Misses announce that on Oct 0 and 10 tboy will have on die play a nlco line of paliarn bate THIRTYONE people fromthis place took advantage of the cheap rato over the L N to Cincinnati Sunday e TILE L L N will sell roundtrip tickets to the Lexington trots at one fare Oot 7th to 10th limited Oct 18ih WOULD like for the party to whom I loaned my Invalid wheel chair to return It at I am needing It W 5 Buro4loJAMBS GRBBNLEAF was elected true tee of the Stanford colored public school at the election bold Saturday afiernoon DONT forget J Hodmans sale near Moreland next Bloetc Good dinner free 2t A COLORBD felon train with a coach for white people will bo run to Loulivlllo next Sunday morning The faro for the round triple only 81 60 THERE will be a meeting of tho stockholderi of the Beaver Creole 011 J Gas vidaysuing year MR DhBnsoLthe Wend t E who bad an arm broken by a fall had to have the member amputated Drs Ed Alcorn and Fayetlo Dualap performed the operation e thTIIRof soLI4eo1a11 A M Monday Oct 13lh county ecourt day at the office of tbo secretary R C Warren chairman IP you want to hear a magnificent oratorical effort go to the unveiling of the Confederate monument at Perry villa Wednesday and bear lodge M O Saufteys psoeb Jt will do you good MINSTRBLS Law TIgnora great minstrel combination will hold the boards at Wulions Opera Houio Friday night Oat 24 This Is one of the very boil minstrel shows on the road and a large bouso should greet them MR J H VANHOOIC of McKinney Oat bought an Interest in the merchan dise firm of Dick it Denny atBurnsIdo Mr Vanbook Is one of Lincoln county e cleverest loners and it affords us pleasure to commend him to tbo good people of his peso home NOTICE For all claims allowed at the October term of the fiscal cour certificates will bo Issued by tbo coun clerk directed to tbo sheriff papab out of the levy of 1902 Instead of cart dtcounty STRlCIC nil In 1 ubtltute for light by which we can produce all t light we want anywhere and at any time This will enable us to do juitlco photoay or at sundown If you like and wo will quitereas nonw IP tho rebuilding of the hotel recent ly destroyed by fire at Lancaster In a specimen of Its push and enterprise wo fall to sea how It will exert any in fluenco toward securing tbo Southern Railway extension away from Danville Danville Courier Dont let this go unreientcd Bror Landram Mako ilor Cunningham wish ho had pay dreamed of talking about too good town of Lancaster that way JOUN PROCTOR who was Beverly out by Cornelius Houp In Mercer several days ago Is n brother of G Proctor of ibis placo Proctors arm had to bo amputated and ho Is Ina crit cal condition The trouble was caus ed by Houp yelling for Goobel and Bryan as bo passed Proctors house and tho letter did not approve of It and at tempted to do tbo former up when Houp used a corn knife on him TUB following from theLouisville Post of Saturday will bo unwelcome news to too good people of Lancaster UA report comes from St Louis that Henry B Spencer general manager of tbo LoulsvllloSt Louis lines of the Southern has decided to build tbo road onto Danvlllo from Burgle and not through Garrard county as the people of Lancaster desired Tho people of Lancaster have been putting up a bard waylosteadtions aro that tbey havo lost Tbo peo plo of Danvlllo are now working to se toxand as soon as this Is done an oQlcIal statement Is expected from St Louis FRESH Cakes New Pickles acd Cbeeio Straws Oysters and Fish at T C Willis It daySeeJackets Severance ft Son TilE best display fanny heating ves and coal vases ever brought to Stanford You should see them BIg gles Si McKinney It JOHN NEVIUS won can mako almost anything from a Qahlag book lo a steam engine showed us yesterday a beautiful cano he made of cows horse THE Warren Grlgsby Chapter U D c will moot with Mrs J C Hays at 280 this afternoon to mako arran vlllo ment to attend iho unveiling at goI TAX PAYERS Dont wait until court days wo cant welt on everybody that day Come and get your claim and selllo your tax Dont let penalty catch you M S Baughman S L C WE desire to extend to the good peo plo who labored so Incessantly for us in our late boreavement our most profound thanks Tbelr deeds of kindness will ng be cherished In our May God reward them for their OOdlness W B ODannoa and UOLY CUAROE George Daugb of Highland Is charged with giving ground glass to a boron belonging to Green Acton also of that section oodhounds from Jessamine wero brought here and they trailed straight to Daughs house A lively suit is ex paced to follow PUBLIC SALEION TUESDAY OCTonEB SI I will offer for tale or rent my handsome borne Klchlnnd Residence And my farm at lit acre more or leu located on Hniton lla and Mlddloburg pike JX miles from ImprovementsIs publlceehoolDehoJlog containing 1 rooms and hall and nil necessary outbulldlngi In good repair a good churn at door One variety of trait ot all kind 100 acre in bluegrati remaIn- der la cultivation Never tailing water enelng in good repair Also will cell or 38 hens of knob land loated 2 miles from e farm The following stock will also be ld U hend yearling cuttle IS calves a of nice stock ewes 3 good milk cows 10 head of hogs 4 bead of horse 7 good ihoaU 73 barrels corn good twa bone wag on one harness line carriage double hart neal and pole also single harness and shafts for Mine spring wagon buckboard and some farming Trims On real estate onethird cubIbalance and 3 yean to suit the purchaser and all some over 110 payable In atlonal KySaleiW1LLAMT DKngllth AuctiPUBLIC SALE On Tuesday October 14th wW ea t my Urn one mile east of MareUnJ Ky rapertyTwomare mute i work horse e ytar old mare mules i mar ml cott i very title combtaeJ mare j years Iyearoldtarn heifers i llottteta heifer t tow and plCS McCormkk cm tbreJJer anJ shucker I McCor sooddiscant ertWier i tooth harrow i Acme harrewI and all other farming Impleaienls needed on a farm suck as cultivators corn planters and plows new onanJyMcConnkktilnJerpower s sets of leathertug wagon harness 6 sets of abouttit bushels of clover seed i nice oak bedroom sulleI good as new i Myers hand and wind pump j harness 8000 feet oak box IIaq 3ooofeetfnmin and Umber Everything un shelter In cast of ram Se commences at sharp Everybody come we will have a good groundsTEAMS cash over that amount good bankable totes at 6 per cent Interest J l Chandler Auc M J HOFFMAN BoopoundersMv PUBLIC SALErino Tarn Stock Crcp Etc re IOi SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1902 at 10 oclock sharp my Itlncgrass farm of 160 acres situated In Lincoln county on Lincoln and Doyle turnpike road SK miles from Shelby City and S mile from Manville Schools churches and vostofllco convenient Tho farm It well Improved and has on It a 13000 residence with modern convenience nil necusanrr outbuildings On the place are enough locust trees to fence 600 acre farm Splendid orchard and water la every field large amount ot land adapted to the growing of hemp At same time and place will sell stock consisting of cattle horses mules hogs also crop Three extra much COWl will be sold other things are good0tcorn In shock millet hay number yearling cattle 500 locust posts arming implements and household goods Adjoining this farm are 09 acres which can be purchased and the two combined would mako a most desirable farm ofTT D English Ana Shelby City Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial QUEEN QUALITY The Famous Shoe For Women Wear Ease and Elo gance Comblnod I leir Kid Enamel Calf aiid Yici Kid all OUR price 300 L Cummins 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 studyTileas good as shoemaking cnn be done Look at them Terms Cash H J McRoberts I For 60 Days k rstiVe have been receiving each day j Dry Goods Notions Un ttgLiti 1- considering our long experience in llyingnndour best efforts always Jtogive you your moneys worth to say our stock surpasses any we t have eves offered to the trade ands our prices are right Come early while the weather is pretty and let li J us show you ffi m Severance Sons New Store I t JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell m or acres Justlimitsouttlde of the town It is one of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and U well improved with a handsome twostory splendiddryfurnished free Most of the outside fens ing U kept up by others Very little tenc fog to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state of cultivation with molt ot It In grass Good roomy meat home eta Terms to sun purchaser Call and see the place J 8 Hundley Stanford I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Snttred n the pottoffice at Stanford at tcondclati matte- rrrabl2ahctTuolo ncSIiz1dave ar 1 PER YEAR CASH ass When cot lapitdmaOO will teeharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION o2l rata going NorthII a m OZ8 In OSS Sonth1228smN-o 23 p sn For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION mNoNo ffarrlTe at 021 learn Btanford at Z30pm AI 8PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky DIIcunr MeBobert Drug Star Inthe Owilsj I UuUdlng ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlc over Higglns dt McKinnoys Ston Telepbone No 01 Hi C NEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his crlces to the people of Lincoln and adjoining NEW LIVERY STABLES W B7SSE S3H Fron JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass TurnoutsReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Grain and Hay For Bain Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnlehed clean beds splendid table Ever hlng first class Porters MCCtJall trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sate at all time W Logan Wood Manager A Mi BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his serricca as Auotoinesr tojitho people of Lincoln County He please both in work and price Write to him J+ + McCMY UNDEBTAKBB I l EMBALMERAnd 4BdIISiESS SADDLEBY iC Stanford Ky ia L Beazley Co Undortakors and- El11balmerel d ue uuu UI FurnitureMatUngsRursThey I a call Prices right 1tTANFORD KENTUCKY ft aJi E C Walton President- L R Hughe Secretary 4 Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate xhangeII TITLE CO Stanford Ky Ko Inoose and lot In Stanford Ate roomih poreh In the rear good garden goof nelghbomo to cburabn ana bool Uood lor small fam dose Price No 2lnlall farm S7 acns Smiles from bti ford UoUMol four good rooms hack porch and I veranda Uood barn and other building In g- oreair Cut In six field well fenced 0 acre In cultivation one acre In fruit trees rot In ra- tsUaughtatcommLsaIoorsaleat bargtln and un ta solit at to and churi Price f33 lracre land adjoining told for to a nd III TbtslsaWhln- No34fouseu1lotIn Stanford House eon limns five rooms Uood table and 6 tern of IDd well lewd One of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 story front multi be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap II tile owner mutt have money No 4 Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms blI and veranda garden fencing and house good repair For sailor rent Price reaionable No 8 llonae and lot In Stanford Taieo root ant front forth Uood garden sod stable ooot repair aold cheap No 7 House and lot In Stanford ly torleS rooms Uood garden smoke and coal houses only woo 0 8 Farm of M acres 2 miles from Stat lord on county road 23 acres In cultlration sei on In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two small cottages bun and outbuildings well watered and tenting fairly good Place can bought at your price as owner lids In Indlina Us and mutt biro money No 9 1 rum 01 Kt acres tour mile from Sla lord on best plkeInthe county Sixty acres In wheat 40 In corn timothy Gin doter sad IJ In One bluegut Is vat In six fields well sore r falling well and spring t oaPpoodt1vodvelliegsgood barns nd on- rhtlldlnc quartenof mill both dwelling being on pike Plenty fruit trHI and enough timber to make 6000 pants A plendld bluegrass farm and only 20 minute drive Irma tbl county siat Owner floe farm adolnlr Ibis has recently relined 115 net scre Weofler at 50 per acre No 1129 acres land with necessary Improve ment mile from Stanford Dwelling has four rooms porch large barn DlOtl house etc Wehwlered fenced and butldillgo In good repair Price reasonable porcbIstoreroom also cistern on back of store One mile from Iulllord Dulldllp In eool repair and dwelling originally toll and wore OTtr 11200 Will Mil both for tsso or wilt rent or sell separately No 13230 acre farm mile of Crab Orchard Ky Briek dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houw two barns well spring near dwelling Farm tn high Ite of cultlvttlon 150 acre river liotlo land good fencing fruit etc Price W7SO an acre No 11moo acres of land on Lancaster street Ii Crab Orchard epUe springs In grins no In prorements except large toet burn abundance stork water Prettiest building site In town Prii No 15A nice cottage and lot on laneute- utreettlunlord7 rooms cittern etc Coot llSOO will sell for f 000 No 11A farm of 168 acres near HuitonTlll Dwelling of eight rooms hall veranda etc Onl tenant home stock barn large tobacco barn nd other outbuildings Cistern and good wen In tbe lard and water In ever geld on the place Fan cut In seven fields and firstclass land No B0Fna of 100 urea situated near Kings rllle Ky 60 acres In cultivation 39 In timbertei In grace well watered two good buns and other outbulldllll good repair welll0romoanliv- ly new is within 840 ards of thre churches and C S depot Property lies on pikandcounty rod IIId is the most arm In that section WI will sell the whole faro tor H 400 or la parcel of not less than 90 acres to ultpurchaser This Is certsjnly cheap property No 63Frm of 75 acts near Wayoeabur Ow1IInirlgood barn etc Well watered fenclr In Productive stone land Ingoal0elrhborhoaleion to school nd on good road Price NoStA farm of 300 acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 3 good burns sad other outbuildings each house bun etc about the cent of acres All on county road li mile from hutch school and pool llc La1 well and well ratered This Is a Rood tobacco farm and would suit twoor thrre fiiullle that might want to come from the same neighborhood Price reasonable No asA far of acre In Cassy county Ky rooDlIgoodultlvailon acres Lays well on county rood dose to churches ICbool etc Price only No 66Karra ol US acres In Casey county Two not frame dwelling two rood barn and other tbulldlngs In good repair Splendid tobtccc lIIId and In good A bargain at 900 o27 Farm of US acre In Casey county A ae two story room frame dwelling and iwellingIn ialr condition sots and other out buildings On county roe l splendid tobacco landI well watered two spring etc This la Table home Price fl Ho Firty sires near Pleasant Point Tv if Fume house 8 rooms and Barn and other Utbulldlngs lSemi In cultlratlon rest In tin ber Well watered 300 from postomceachool id church lays well on pike and In good corn lunlty Price W hare buyer for or acre farm situated onion to three mllea rots town Also buyer abJut 100 acre situated from one to four mile from town with or without Improvements Also buyer for an to J10 000 farm dose to town No 18 Four houses and loU In Rowland Ky rice11c each No V acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Two storr house 9 rooms ballTeranda acre splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford Prop rtrln good water and light In house mat oor Beautiful home Irlc 3000 No 22 llouse of fir rooms porch one acre ol round and good stable One title rom town rice 200 No S3 KSTO of I4J acres 6 mile from Stanford Tame dwelling of 7 towns 2 h 2 buns one log table and wagon shed combined the other an extra good tram with cattle sheds attached Barn eUJrcr11 tobacco Alan innery smokehouse sail corn crib Fine orchard inclg In good repair Well watered former etc This farm n occupied by a owner IT and II well nresvrred and improved In mtleolpatotnce hunb sad scbuol Rented for fur ball rent and Is cultivated corn wheat tobacco and clover Title perfect ntpr ifill owner 13 u county records will bow Will sell for 12 800 No 21 Dwelling of roomtwlth 20 acre grad Moreland barn and necessary outbuild IDgI 2 wells to yard splendid orchard and 2 acre In strawberries dlale possession Price fHO No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double reran du hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom roiling itrret leet from hotel up stain suits fordwelllng 2 nice cottage nicely furnished papered and painted 4 rooms and veranda each largl barn on same lot used u livery stable lIuJen Vacant lot adjoining M feet front by 200 feet deep AU of this property Is In London Kr- alld Is a one chance for solo one to mate money roprlitor na reurdtoteat property fur KO per tomb Oo account of bIb of wife only ason for wiling proprietor desires to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 27A farm of 1WM aces In Oarrard county 3 wilt rout Lancaster All In grass timothy loverandblu aaexcepthOacrernowastelandt- lady watered b spring wel ancbes through tbl place The Und rich and oductlre grows neiup tobacco newly fine I with wire and locust A good orchard iproremrnls a tOOW twtorrcllbl room Game welling wardrobes In each room cellar elc newly covered and painted tenant house- Ira and otber all In good condition fn good neighborhood near church school depot stornce am store within 400 yards of ils plate will be sold cheap For Sale Privately My near Turnersvllle on Stan tord and IlustonvllU pike consisting of I4 Iacrea of land comfortable dwelling of six some and necessary outbuildings Extra arden spot some fruit and a neverfalling Iprlnll In In halfmile of church Ichool and poatolHce two daily malls j la Iplendtd neighborhood For further par ulara apply to Mrs S L Lewis Turners TtIIO Ky LANDSTOCKCROPSETC W C Shanks sold to A R Mathcoy 23 100 pound shoats at do FOR SALE 18 750 to lOOpouod cattle McGuire Hubble bt Everett Stone bought of W C Shanks a lot of shoats at do FOR SALE35 yearling cattle Good once W A Coffey MoKlnnoy FOR SALE29 good yearling etcc D M Anderson Preachorsvlllo It E T Pence Jr bought a lot of 850 pound betters of M S Daughman at to 3ic A number ot W A Purdy cattle In Shelby county have Texas fever Tbrce have died W E Atnon sold to E P Woods six 200 pound hogs at do and 19 140pou bogs at Cc Scott Hudson will start Rytbmlo the blind wondor in the Transylvania at LexingtonJohn Jacobsof Clarks Hill lodI bought of A W Carpenter 14 hlltb grade heifers at 123 W H Traylor sold to W S Beazl of Garrard nine 000 pound thorouL bred Shorthorns at 44c A lot of grassfed steers from North Dakota averaging lCCO pounds were sold in Chicago at Sl07 00 Clark Bros of Richmond lad bBve sold to Joshua Davis their speedy horsel Hal Clipper 207i for 85000 Mr Lucien Lync the Lexlngt jockey will ride in England for Koene at a salary of 115000 per year John E Madden paid George W Simmons 14000 for Col Bill last Win tor and old him last week for 81400 The noted Hereford bull Crusade has been told by Clem Grave of In dlana to Edward F Hamkln of Earl Park Ind for 81000 J T Dudderar sold to Burnsldo Leavell a bunch of 900 pound cattle at 3io and they sold them to D N Pros Itt at a profit of 81 per head W M Bright the bankerfarmer of this place got first premium on rcd wheat at tbo State fair Loulsvlll The wheat was of the Mealy variety- E P Woods bought of W E Amo 10 930pound cattle at 3Jc Mr Wood also bought from same party clgl- 000pound cattle to go the 18th at Je E P Woods bought of S L Burde 25 250pound bogs at Olo and of A M Pence 25 of same at came Ho atao lougtft at Mr Pence 20 123poundera 0c James S Wlnna finetwoyear colt Kite Star died last week of catarrhs fever Mr Wine valued him at 820 DO0 J M Plckrell sold last week to James Ballard his farm of 200 sores B put of the W H Reniok tract Dear the Clark and Bourbon lines for 823 100 Winchester Sun Lee Andrew Dawson of Garrard eol to B F Sanders 17 cattle at Go Tom Metcalf of Boyle also sold sander two loads at same price Ben Sander bought 80I400 pound cattle from Le rear Bros at do This is said to b tbe best bunch of cattle that has left 3oyle county this yearAdvocate Dorsov Golddust came to the front at- tbe big horse snow In Louisville tb b3at ever held in Kentucky Tbo 4 J car old sorrel gelding by Dorsey Sown by Matt Cohen won three prem- Iums First In The Real Event for the test five galled saddle stallion mare o- raidingtheP most exciting contest of- tbe show Six of the best horses K sntucky contested Another compliment to Mr F Reids horses was hit irnlsbisg one of s pair of horses that wn first premium 83000 was refused for the team Mr Reid says he has more of the same kind of horses and wIU sell some of them CURED BY MILK Want to learn how to IncreaBe your eight and gale strength and nerve tbe easiest possible way asked the plump little woman as she settled Into a corner of the divan for a chat Her stoner were half a dozen women who o in for the strenuous life to a greater or less degree and consequently any- no of them could stand a few extra mnds without Inconvenience Of course was the reply In chorus Well then drink milk nothing but milk for month said the plump one Ive tried it and I think that I am a pretty ood Illustration of the effectiveness of- tbe milk diet Four months ago I was a nervous wreck Couldnt stand any ling cried if the least little tblnli- weot wrong at home jumped a foot ev- erv time the door bell rung and was fal becoming a nuisance to all tbe- rest of the family Fortunately have a little common senso and my doctor haa more so when 1 was ordered to- drop everything and just rest for wblle I did it with the result that have gained 51 pounds in weight and- my health Is comparatively restored lived on milk as I told you and rested cording to directions spending my- time In a lovely old rest cure home up- my State The diet and the rest effected a cure without any medicine whatever I might add though that- tbe milk was not the ordinary decoo tlon served by the dealers of the me jpolls but a rich creamy substance rnlsbed by the finest breed of Jersey COWl Bow hard it was for an actlye body like me to rest for 10 weeks you tenuous folks can appreciate but 1- 1you want to become plump and con teoted with the world in general try- my remedyBrooklyn Eagle IT SCARES PEOPLEWho consumptive fam when they begin to cough anllI painfulfact beyond die proof that con gumption is not and cannot be in herited The microbe which breeds disease must Abso lutely be received the individual before consumption can be dove opedMen and women who have been af flicted with obsti nate cough branch tll of the lungs emaciation and veaknesbae been perfectly and permanently curetl the use of Dr Golden Met ieal Discovery It cures the cough bOOyvithWhen I commenced taking your medicine roinpletebbrokenof ChannrviUe Calrett Co Md At times I could not even walk across the room without tn chat TTtI dxier who atlradah w aaJtAadlfrosbLasdMarlenaLJsneyAavll Fierce I medicines I bought a bottle of Golden Medical Dlscorery1 took Ib and soon comm nee to feel a little better then you dlrecti me to take both the Golden Medical Disco err and the Favorite Prescription which I did Altogether than taken eighteen bottle of Golden Medical Discovery twelve of tbe Favorite Prescription and Ylal of rei lets I am now almost entirety well and do a my irorlc without any pale whatever and rat n n with more ease than I formerly wall Dr Tierce Common Sense Medici Adviser in paper covers is scut free or receipt of ai onecent stamps to Over- expenee or mailing only Address Dr It V Buffalo N Ya WHAT ARE YOU WISHING Do you wish the world wore better Lot me toll you what to do Set a watch upon your actions Keep them always straight and true Rid your mind of coltish motives Lot your thoughts be clean cud hip You can make u little Eden Of the sphere you occupy Do you wish the world were wiser Well tuppoie you make a start By accumulating wledom In the scrapbook of your heart Do oot use one page on folly Live to learn and learn to live If you want to give men knowledge Yon must get It ero you give Do you wish the world were happy Then remember day by day Just to scatter deed of klodncu As you pass along the way For the pleasure of the many May be ofilmes charged to one As the hand that plant the acorn Shelter armies from the sun gila Wheeler Wllcox No1 Small Farm For Sale For ule on easy terms a small bernie coat firm of so acres ajonlne Uto W Pnf Atn iUMflter anl others Inprocmentt p J Sruo Oswtfllnr kl taws neat boll west and veil buss Qr IIIIk and mutt bolt chkken hoax t house real and woos house toll itsM corn CIItt Urg stack Urn large tobacco born good ten ant hoae two rood orchards said all kinds 0 fruit- ant springs Anyone wuWnc to secur a nlCI lnw- home will this a tuimln at tsyn the least tlYt will bay It Can on F Contest Pall Ky ESTRAYED A dehorned brindle steer weighing 00 pounds has mark of green paint on back between hips AnY Information thankfully received will S Embry Lancaster Ky Small Farm for Salo Small farm of 20 acres on Hanging Fork tear Peytons Well for sale cheap Hoi Iwoitor unvMin and ftr tiara OtLoi utbulldlngt good Splendidly watered U W Lunsford Uowland Ky Very Cheap FarmO- N EASY TERMS Tills U a farm of 145 acres located 5 miter rom Stanford It is within ono mile of a CMtoQIce church school store mill cheese factory nnd near aOermausettlemeet The arm ta well preserved and Improved and ontalns a large amount of fine saw Tbe Improvement consist of a good frame welling house with 6 large rooms a double railed cellar and two porchcai two barns one an extra goo frame with cattle shed attached and capoclally arranged for cur tng tobacco the other a stable and Hgon abed combined also a hennery a make home and corn crib There U a One bearing II small vineyard and other small fruit The fencing ta ot- ran and In good repair Thl farm U watered with nevertaking and two etc irni The owner U readdentandofa- en this farm at a bargain on very easy tersnl For further particular call on or ddross L U Hughed Secy Ken icky Hotil Entato Exchange Stanford Lln- coin County Kentucky PUBLICSALE Desiring to dissolve partnership and en ago In other business wn on WEDNESDAY OOTODER 1ST1I At our home near Peytons Well 1 miles rest of Stanford and I miler North of Me Annoy offer at public outcry to the best bidder tho following stock crop and Imple snent 701 bales of timothy hay 318 bush ell oats half Interest In ncreiof corn and todder cane hay In stack Also 23 bead 1000pound steers 33 head 200 pound calves 12 700 pound yearlings S cows S icklng calves 40 hogs 10S ewes family mare 4yearold combined mnru13year old harness mare horse colt a yearold brood mare 14 yoar old horse 5 isrold mare mule 3yearold horse ule pair yearling mare t two horao wagons Superior drill disc harrow I two horae sled two hore planter 2 owers hay rake plows harrows and oUt- er Implements too numerous to mention etl harness Columbus buggy Merer buckboard set extra heavy harness 2 eating staves 1 shotgun S saddles lot of- plow gear and harness new Bluger Sewing acmno and a lot of furniture TtHMS All sums under 110 coiht over sal sum days credit or bankable note arlng per cent Interest from day of tie L P A A B MJNNELLEY T D English Auct Kentuckys Greallrotsi STAKES j October7th to 17the Grand 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 1 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 4 35 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Fare Rates on all RailroadsJR P STOLL President E W S11ANKUN Secretary u LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II- CnHlTJVU STOCK 8OOOO I Directors J II Fasten J n Owilej tf II Shank WIO Walker Oeo W Caner Sueceuon to The Farmers stank J Trust Oomiwny and under same maes meat oontlnaoutlj for M years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such UutlnoM rolntlo a will prove mutually b Bicll First NationalStanford Ky dankCapitol Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tht Institution sets originally estaljltshed as the lJepoal Hank of Stanford In I then rtxircanUM nl the National tank of Stanford In lM and agate rooreaolied a the First National Ha ik of Stanford U IflS having bad practically an unlnt r rupt i exlatenee for 41 It U better now with factlhlM fir trao et tngbuiness sad well than ever before In Ita Song suit honorable ceraer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited DontTakePillsbut regular action cannot bs secured until the secretes bile to make the Inte mesiaexecute their natural functions Unnat ural caused bvulhartlls I compels continual and to I the g acts on the cures form of and nter the seat of works permanent cure CENTS PER DOTTLB Small Harm for Runt Small farm of 31 H acres at Turnersrlll for rent Good dwelling and outbuilding Address Albert Olrens Turnersvllle Ky ERDILLEHA DANVILLE ST Manufacturer o- tERIOK i And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Price Hustonville Property Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the north of Main and on end side of College Street In Ilustonvlllo ICy consisting of hotel and livery table and vacant lot This property is well ar ranged for hotel or homo and stable having on ame a nice barn 65x75 and all outbuildings for hotel and livery purposes and good va- Cant Igt for residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property la well arranged for private Is now rented for that want In Iluatonvihle call goodSaying U 8 Carpenter Iluitoa vllle ICy PUBLICSALE Having determined to go West I will at my firm at e on the Crab Or- Chard pike on- SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 Sell the following named Three One jack sow much COWl I calves I corn crush er 3norse 1horse culllva ton 1 new turning plow mowing machine hay rake 1 corn drill dlso har oW t 2hone wagon and harness sod harness good as new a lot of household and kitchen furniture Including one organ good as new Terms made known on day of G W KINO J P CUANULFtt Auct M ConcertsDaily Office P II SHANKS President t J B OWStBV I Cashier allW IlltlOUT Ant Cashiers J Officers J 9 HOOKER IrttJ J MoUOHEUTS Cur + W II WKAKBN nk- prDirectors F Raid Macoia CaI8 T Ilarrts U J 8 Ierter Urnxxn Co 1 W P Wnltoo OoaJ II OnUtarOrab Orchard 811 HIreS II T P IIUI Jaa RoMaiton J It StaefordfW P Tate IThey temporarily cure constipation by agitating the rr bowels liver enough agitation B doses attain results J1liver Chills etrouble every the FIFTY for livery livery necessary private Preacheravll goodbuggyJency cultivator 3bone Lincoln NOTICE 0Baalnl bid will bo received tar a Keeper of the Poor Home and alto for Jail Physl clan ot koeolricmnty for the year Said bid to be wltb the County ClerkInot later than 2 oclock n m Oct 9 lOOt Farm for SaletContains 130 acres of tine Hanging forkI tbull41l1gai s J vlllo notghborboal adjoining IL IL Cooper t lllbb and W A ftoffey Most of genttorTIMBER LflND FOR SflLE t In order to settle the rartnenhlp bllalnt of Joha Uonta Jr and 0 Coulter Mr Iiaellty ICy Thus land Contain between 4000 000 and 5000000 foot of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of laud la close to the famous oil tYaynecountp and Is exceedingly flellliVfor agricultural purpose the land U none body and Ul a foraomo one Ior particular apply J 0 COULTER Mlddloburg lor to E M Ilardln Harrodaburg or toIFaulkner ICy Ii EYJEYJ R f i That socalledClliap insurance tho dearest thing on earth isIThat a dollar saved in tho Imium may cqst you n hundred iu loss That only solid cash in eight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can bo relied on f1 t Josso D Wearen Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardDoyle and Casey Counties Kentucky