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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL1 I VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 1902 9 A M NO 62 INEWS OTESIProoorty worth 2W000 was destroy od by fire at Chicago Over 500 students aro now matrlcu t laicd at State College Adam Ktzel of Loultvlllo choked to death on a piece of cracker reeultePd t Iltubur nod Now York capltalliti have bought 25000 acres of laud ID countyt thousand persons 1marched In the veterans naval parade t at Washington Tho Daly heir have compromised for 820000 tbo Confederate Memorial At J Delation claim of 150000 Tenn Confederate vet 1Bruns want the parade feature abolish I ed at tbo annual reunions The ticket olllco of the PltUburp ft Western railroad at Allegheny Pa was dynamited and robbed I Tbo wire nail department of tho big Uelfont mill at fronton 0 has boon closed by a strike of packing boys Mrs Ilena Peter tbo wealthiest wo man In Washington county died Iud denly at bor home near Mackvlllo The demand for carpets Is so great l that all companies are crowding their 4capacity and Bra unable to keep up- I with the demand The trustees of Carnegie Hall at Newport objected to Confederate Hag on the center of the stage at the opening of the Daughters of the Con t federaoy convention The United States Steel Corporation for the past nine months has net earn logs of 1101 H218 The net balance Is 7009053 and tho undivided profit for the period aro 34017832 The first efforts of the Now Orleans Street Railway companies to obey the majors orders to run oars were mark ed by an outbreak of violence The nonunion motormen and conductor I were badly beaten car windows wore smashed and tbo rioting was kept up for some time A halti It Is said has been called In the consummation of the packers com bine This It Is claimed Is duo to the probability of a democratic Congress and consequent legislation Inimical to trusts J Plcrponl Morgan Is reported to have lost the 110000000 privilege of e underwriting the merger and John D Uoofiefellcr will have the financing Proceedings will bo Instituted short ly before the State Board of Valuation to collect a franchise tax from the city of Cincinnati as the owner of tho Cin cinnati Southern railroad An effort will also be made by the auditor to as sess the railroads of the State for fran chise taxation for the years 1S03 9I 05 rrr when the republican State administra tion failed to make the assessment I The depositions ID tbo case of the L k N railroad against the State auditor have developed the fact that the railroads fared boner this year In tbe mat- terJ of taxation than the Individual taxpayers The railroads paid at the of rate of Inc and the taxpayers at th Increased rate of boo on the 8100 Th- t ContLltuUoOtprovide that there Is some prospect of a suit by Individual taxpay ere to see If the now 60o rate will stao the test of the courts IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES i The Corblo Banking Co Is erecting a new banking building The postodleo at Campbell Knox r will be discontinued Oct 31 ICOUDty Burke home near Harrods burg burned and tbo family had a nar- rowt escape Too fouryearold daughter of Mr J and Mrs Jesse Dykes Is dead of scarlet fever at Conway le jSamucl Rogers brother of Augustus thoD k D Danville 1 dead ID Loxlcgton Editor E W Llllard has bought out his partner Ansel Ware and will run the drug business alone I A man named nicks living at La follette Tenn was perhaps fatally In 1J jured by a train at Corbin tJ William Sawyer who was shot by John Reynolds In Whltloy county IIdead Reynolds was badly wounded In VMlu Alice Vanmetcr daughter orI Mu John M Vanmeter died at Danville after a short Illness of ape pendicitis The city council of Danville has an ordinance requiring a vote fpaued at thn November election upon tho proposition to Issue amounting to 820000 for Improv log and extending the water works eye tern OKOUP begins with tbo symptoms of Icommon cold there Is chllln es sneezing soethroat hct skin quick pulsoLo r80 ness and Impeded respiration Give fro quent small does of Ballard Horehound Syrup the child will cry for It and at the first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Mallards Snow Liniment ex r tereally to the throat We at Pennys tDrug Store ILI Y quletleaccfulMisses Mottle Wilkinson arid Gertie Mundt wero baptized Monday eve ning Wo now have two nlco millinery stores which era having a largo char0 of patronage Mrs James C Coulter and daughter of MIddleburg were guests of Mr James Glboney Monday W n Wilkinson Jr and K H Kldd are each beginning tbo founda lion of business houses Mrs Mary Vlerco returned to her home at Kendall Rustell county after a several days visit here Mis Battle Tllford has charge of the primary department of the school dur- Ing Miss Julia Sugg absence Tbo school election at this place the 4th resulted In the election of W n Wilkinson and U P Bartlo as true tee Tbe merchants all have a full line of Fall and Winter goods of which their customers seem glad from tbo way they are carrying them off P H Taylor has added to the appear ance of his town property lately by building n barn wood house smoke house and well house Naval estimates for the next govern ment year foot up over 132000000 not Inclusive of the cost of new ships nor other extraordinary expenditures The romaine of Mr Kpbraltn White who died near Stanford Friday were Interred In Brush Creek Cemetery last Saturday The funeral was preached by Rid J Q Montgomery Rev John U Beasley of Eminence Is conducting a protracted meeting at the Christian church which Is attend ed by lard and attentive audiences Prom all appearance much good Is be leg done James Gtbonoy has moved to the roe idence he bought of Dr I S Wesley which was formerly owned by Dr Jet Wesley and Dr I S Wesley hat moved to the Glbonoy property which ho now owns Judge J Doyle Stone W B Morgan J R Wblpp Mrs Mattlc McRoberte Dr Ilcrron Misses Cordle Sharp Julia Stagg and Amanda Stone are In Wash ington City attending the National G A R Encampment W J BRYAN Has 108000 In Cash and 40000 House Besides a Good Income William Jennings Bryan beautiful homo is located about three mile from this city Ills prosperous financial condition will Interest friends throughout the country and doubtless excite the envy of bis political opponents every whereWhen Mr Dryan entered tbo cam thedbadcandfunquestionabledIn the bank at Lincoln which bo made from his campaign speeches Qis home here cost 840000 Mr Bryan talked very freely to a friend who vii lied him recently about his financial condition and Seems to be happy over his great prosperity From his coo versation It was Inferred that his week ly Income Is something like 81500 Mr Bryan Is Intensely opposed to all of those principles espoused by Hill Cleveland Gorman Lamont and J J Hill the railroad man Then bo Is bitterly resentful because theyapresidential campaigns Mr Bryan be- lIeve that the principles for which he fought are more enduring than any of those hitherto espoused by representa tives of his party Mr Bayan In 1800 bad a hard time to raise money to mated his campaign Qo fools now that ha can afford to make the campaign outof his own puree and would not hesitate to spend tbe money ho has accumulated to elect himself or defeat any of those prominent mon who ho fools are responsible for his defeat In tbo two lost national campaigns Lincoln Neb cor Philadelphia Ro cord RAISED FROM THE DEAD C W Landli Porter for tho Orlen tal Hotel Gkanuto Ran says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised from the beadeposed my bottle I was cured entirely I am tellin de truth too 25 500 and SI at Pennys Drug- Store We are conducting a campaign of education said tbo Youdooteacberbould nIT VERNON James Wallace end family of Gar rard are visiting R M Baker The doctors are feeling toro ovor the cutting down of their bills for pauper practiceHoward Baker who has been In Col orado two years Is back on a visit to his homefolks T J Hansel has moved from Pulaskl to bis farm near town lately purcbaioi t olZ T Hansel Flfcai court was In session Tuesday and Wednesday Claims to the amount of about 1500 wero allowed Mrs Frye who sustained fractured collar bone and other Injuries from a falling horse Is slowly recovering Willis Adams of tbU place has leas cd the Andrrton Hotel Barbourylllc MondayMuch etc in this county yet remain preen frost not having gotten In Its work Miss Clara Whitehead lately arriv ed from Kansas continue In about the same condition Her trouble Isdronay W F McClary will move with bis family to a point near Jamestown Ind next mouth Jonas McKenzie will move his family into the McClary prop ertyOur lime Kilns are running full time the quarries are busy dirt Is Living on Brush Creek railroad extension lum bor Is still moving possums are ready and cane mills are scattering sweetness over tho land Mr Mary Prewltt who sublet tbe poor house and moved to Ohio was obliged to return and take charge to fill out her years oootract on account of the lessee having tbrown up the Job and moved away Tbo Southern Indiana Independent Telephone Association will moot with the Kentucky Association In Louisville Oct US and 20 It Is proposed to con olldate There will be ICO oompan lee represented which controls 60000 telephones A copy of the Lexington Democrat shows Brer Walton heart Is yet beat Ing for tbo oppressed He Is pushing a fund for the relief of tbo down trod den miners of Pennsylvania whom the capitalists In their selfishness with to further enslave There Is but 40 feet difference In the elevation of Lancaster and Mt Vernon the former lying 1065 and tbo latter 1113 teat above sea level One town theanear shows up with 1576 feet Tbe coal situation In Southeastern Kentucky Is being effected by the Pennsylvania strike Tbe price of coal has advanced 33 per cent and with prospects of going higher and most of the operators have more orders than they can till and are accepting no new orders The Messrs Burnam of Richmond and Chambers of Winchester have been granted a franchise for building and Independent telephone exchange In that city Work will begin at an car lr date and a line built to Round Hill where It will connect with the Lances tcr and other systems CRAB ORCHARD Uriah Albright barn burned a few nights since Cause unknown It was partially covered by Insurance The material is being placed on tbe lot for the Crab Orchard bank building Tbe brick Is being hauled from Dan vllle Messrs H M and J W Spoona moore of the Hubble vicinity wore visiting friends and relatives In Crab OrchardThe will have a mcetlrg here the third Saturday In Oct In tbo Christian church Every one Is cordi ally Invited Rev J M Bruce filled his pulpit here Saturday and Sunday Ho baptized three converts In Cedar Creek Sunday evening Messrs Joe McGee and Beans horse became unmanageable Tuesday overturning the buggy and demolish fag it Neither occupant was seriously hurt Our uptodate milliner Mesdames King and Tatum have In full lines of tall goods They aro ever ready to walt- on the beautiful beings who may needI anything In their lino The trustees have bad the collet adorned with a fresh coat of paint which adds to Its appearance If extra coats make things warm it will be comfortably warm this winter Mrs M E Fish has sold her personal property and she and her daughter Miss Allle Fish will visit la Knoxvllle a short while before going to California to spend ttie winter Dr J S Stapp and wife have returned to this city from Campbellsburg where they spent the summer with their daughter Mrs Jeff Holmao is sick with malarial fe ver Robert Riddle who was also ill Is convalescent Tbe Beaumont oil field Ore was ex tinguished after a property loss of 8150 000 6 nON J WILLARD MITCHELL who will speak atihn Court house here Monday In place of floe Guo G Gil bert who cannot come This Is what his home paper tho Jpstamlnc Journal says about Mr Mitchell Few young men In the state have attained the political promi nence of J Willard Mitchell who Is an announced candidate for tbe democratic nomination far Attorney General ol Kentucky Since ho attained his ma- Jority be has taken an active Interest in politic hltendln tbe conventions of his party sad has over been fore most In tbe political affairs of his coun ty and Stato Mr Mitchell was nomi nated and elected county attorney of Jeeeamtne county In 1508 and In 1001 was again chosen for tbo fame otUco As a democrat hoball always been found nt his poet of duty advocating what he thought was tbe best Interest of bit party and the people In general In 18VO and 1000 bit services were con stintly in demand by the State demo cratic campaign committee and he never once failed to respond to his party call He Is a good lawyer an able prosecutor and would make an ad mirable Attorney General- HUSTONVILLE Mr Jcste Rout suffered a painful accident while unloading some machin ery Two of his fingers were badly mashed Jess can outclass moat clerks If one band Is in a sling Miss Minnie Dlnwlddle has returned from Oklahoma Dilly Dlnwlddle spent Sunday In Bradfordsvllle A number of our young people attended tbe root ball game In Danville Saturday last W S Dryo Is In Lexington with three nice Eastern horses hoping to sell them at fancy prices It Is more than probable that he will locate anh be with Mode Nichols Success to you DocFriends here are sorry to hear of tbe serious illness of Mr G F Peacock Mr Bob Williams attractive house on the Liberty road Is nearing completion We suggest they call It Highland Heights A fishing party consisting of J P Goode W L Evans J G Weather ford Jerry Adams Owen Wllllatrs Roy Rose and Val Morse left Tuesday for Dunnvllle A party of this size would make Izaak Walton were he living ashamed of himself Jas W Allen sold to Harrodsburg parties 30 cattle realizing a good profit D O Allen and L M Reid are in Russell county buying stock Bob Williams bought of Warren Lamb 12 shoats at 5c J K Bauphman purchased of George Cunningham a bunch of nice mule colts Arthur Jones our new sexton has taken charge of the cemetery It Is to be hoped more time and attention will be given It has been sadly neglected causing much dissatisfaction in the whole community Indeed for some time It has been A veritable wilderness wherein It could be made beautiful Their aim should be to beautify simply moreI Dodd attended at Perry vlllo His presence will bring to memory his thrilling experience there 40 years ago Mr John Drye left Monday lot Springfield to make his home with his daughter Mrs Richard Bradley We are sorry to say Mr D C Allen is sick at the homo of his son D O Al len Mrs Nannie Harper and Mrs Lud Evans have also been on tbe sick list Rev J W Mills will attend the national convention at Omaha Neb Mrs John Allen and children aro visit log her sister In Washington city Mr Mollie Wrav le with her sonlclaw H C Baugbman 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC R IT Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with dyspepsia or Indigestion for 21 years trled many doctor without relief i recently I got a bottle of Herblne One bottle cur ed me I am now tapering off on the sec oDd I have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too SOc at Pennys Drug Store Renew your subscription to the J ITO BE UPTODATEI wardrober1 1 ii WHITE VESTS hID is1Sr0 have just received nice line of themt f 11 W1Como in and have a look1tAtt IT PAYS TO TRADEAT Iii THE GLOBEi1Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairingx3 J ti Your money back It youre not satisfied 81 T o NILLEB Danville ne m 1 I New Line of h coffee I SOLD BY Higgins c McKinney NEW YORK STORE BARGAINS CLOTHING Meiis suits all shades well made upworth 85 at 8249 8450MensMens 1250Anita at 8750 Mens 816 suits at 8025 Childrens suits all sizes from 90c at 5109 S3MensMens 810 overcoats at 86 50 8760MensBoys overcoats at your own price TRY IT STANFORD KENTUCKY Mens underwear 150 dozen will all go at 2fic 200 dozen heavy fleecelined un derwear worth 50c and 75c a gar ment all go at 41c SHOES Mens shoes worth 82 at 8155 Mens 8250 shoes at 8175 Mens 83 sloes at 8196 Mens 350shoes at 8225 Mens everyday shoes at OOc Mens fine shoes at 81 50 Mens 8250 fine shoes at 8175 Ladies heavy shoes at 99c C 1STANFORD m Sponges Soap did Toilet Articles e 1 Bargain Sale Now On Craig Mocker STANFORD 11ti4D d4D rA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration- It is a sure euro for the odors fromperspiration 011 any clothingAll f W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY ri I fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON J H H HENNINGER l Ol Wayne Countr U a candidate for state Trwu I air tub et to the ctlon of the IVmocntlc pirty ROBERT HARDING of Dtn1Ue IsseintllJite for Circuit Judge lUbe l Jtct to the sedan of the DciuomU party t CHARLES A HARDIN IofMertrr It a mndldate Commonwealths At tomy In thlttho 13th judicial district lubjict to the action crib dcmoentlo patty For Congress G G GILBERT 1OtShelly tUO Jonx K HENDRICK of Padi cab opened his campaign for Rovorno at UopklnsvlUo Monday Ho assalle the eligibility of Gov Beckham to reelection nod read a loDgtny oploloi J signed by a number of Wcstern ICenl coinciding In the con fstruation of the Constitution Ho dli e cuteed National issues to some extent advocating State legislation a aIDs trusts and for the arbitration of labo troubles and came out strongly In opposition to a democratic State primary declaring that there was no authorlt y under the party law for the calling of- a State primary t TUB Danville Advocates last Istu was a daisy It might well be caller the unveiling edition and a credit to and the paper It was It contalnc Judge Saufieye magnificent speech a picture of that distinguished gentleman as well as pictures of the mono moot and the ladles who unveiled It a description and history of the monu went and a wrlte up of the unvellln exercises We congratulate Brers Mclntvre and Ralston on tbelr splendid effort TOE annual meeting of the Kentucky division of the United Confederate Vet eran Association will be held In Louis vllle Oct 23 and 24 The Home at Pewee Valley will be dedicated on Oct 23 and the members of the State re e union will take a leading part In that event The establishment of a home for the needy heroes who wore the gray bas been long deferred but the con summation devoutly desired for a long time fe soon to be realized LEADING Negroes of North Carolina have Issued a call for a Negro State convention to meet In Raleigh Oct 18 to nominate a State ticket and Cod greeemen In each district The Negroes wwillhave the pleasure of attending the convention and running for oQlce but the fun will stop there The white re i publicans wont vote for them and If they would they then would not have 1enough strength to win anything NOTWITHSTANDING the new and rigid divorce laws of Rhode Island there were 40 divorce cases on the docket of the appellate court In New port on Monday one lawyer having 10 cases The marrlageafallure Idea may spread over the whole State THE strike In the Anthracite sec tion continues although there are rumors that a settlement will be made President Mitchell declined Preside t Roosevelts proposition in the matter TOE circular letter sent out by John G White republican nominee for Con gress In the Tenth district stamps him a worse gum shoe statesman than old Gum Shoe Hunter KEEP the race of Hon Geo G Gilbert for Congress In your mind The election Is now less than a month oil It IB time you were doing something for democracys cause TOE Lexington Democrat opens a subscription for the striking miners and it is hoped that a good sum will be realized for the worthy cause- POLITICAL Over 2000 people heard Senator Jae B McCrearys magnificent speech at Burlington Monda- yLexingtons registration shows a to tal of 3267 democrats 1395 republl Hjcane and 200 Independents The registration at Richmond resulted In a plurality of 01 for the demo crate over republicans and 70 majority over all The democratic nomination for Com kmonwealthe attorney In the Tenth dis trict goes to D J Wood by a small margin Ho has served two terms Capt Howell editor of the Atlanta Constitution and a fine gentleman In every way has been nominated for mayor by the democrats of the Gate City of the Sou PresldeDt Roosevelt has appointed Thomas R Roulhao district attorney for Alabamato succeed W R Vaughn recently removed The appointee is a democrat and his selection Is regarded with favor by the Lily White re- t publicans of Alabama- In a private conversation with Hon James D be told us be was a candidate for governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the party He will make an active canvass of the State and believes he will be a winner Mountain Democrat Lou don fs0 + Iiiiair3M ra w wuii + rwio Gov and Mrs Beckham are attend lag the horse show at Nashville William R Hearst In accepting the democratic nomination for Congress In the New York district spoke In favor of public ownership of certain publl utllltleabeglonlog with railroad aDd telegraphs He advocated the govern monte managing the coal mines forth benefit of the people The campaign for tho democrat gubernatorial nomination may now be regarded as formally opened Draw a line from Paducah through Bardstowi and Danville to Barbourvllle and you will have the four probable candidate Hendrlck Bcckham Brecklnrldgi Ind Black strung out pretty nearly straight and one each In the four grea divisions of the Statethe Purchase the Pen yrlle the Blucgraaa and the Mountains And they are all too goof men and true Louisville Times LANCASTER The farmers of this section are busy sowing wheat- Several cases of scarlet fever aro re ported within the town limit Country people are busy making ur an unusual quantity of sorghum Miss Sallie Elkln left Monday to attend the art studio at Cincinnati W R Cook bought a bunch of 000 pound cattle from W Sutton at 4c Ike Arnold has sold his farm near Cariersyille to Mr James Nave and will move to Oklahoma Senator and Mrs Geo T Farris are preparing to have a dwelling built on a lot adjoining the one they now occupy Mr Herbert Hommel formerlyclerk In Logan dry goods store Is now trav ing for the Bray Clothing Co of Louis vile Revs J E Woolford and JM Bruce are conducting a protracted meeting at Buckeye reporting largo crowds and a number of accessions Elder T T Roberts of Lexington has become the regular pastor of the Fairview Christian church and will preach on the first and third Sundays The Presbyterian parsonage Is about ready for occupancy and is one of the handsomest private buildings ever erected in Lancaster The cost is about 85000 Mrs Marv Fox who was recently burned out of old Franklin Institute has bought Dr Evansa residence on Richmond street and will run It as a boarding house There will be a meeting of the county officers and the executive committee of the Garrard Sunday school organlza lon at the Presbyterian church tomorrow Jafternoon The Sunday school at Pleasant Hill two miles west of town has closed for the winter season This organization was very successful with H A B Marksbury as superintendent W M Pope secretary and Miss Ella Ball as organistThe meeting of the teachers of Garrard In the Magisterial District Association will be hold at Cartersvllle Saturday Oct 10 The exercises will be conducted In Carters chapel and a sumptuous dinner will be served the assemblageH has on display at his store the finest lot of Haverland China ever brought to this city having re Gently received over 300 worth in one I consignment He lately sold to the prosperous young householder Mr J W Sweeney one of his finest Haver Und sets at 17- 5Invitations have been received by trlendsand relatives hero at her late home to the marriage of Miss Jennie Arnold ot St Louie and Mr S A McDearmon of Chicago Ill The cere mony will be pronounced next Tuesday afternoon at 4 P M at the residence of her slater In St Louis- J C Thompson and T P Friable 110 have both launched out upon a new in dustry for this section and hope to make It very extensive and exceeding lucrative They have made largo orders from the ginseng farms of both Rockcaatlo and Pulaski counties each purchasing icveral thousand plants and a large lot of seed at 20 apiece They expect to realize some profit and make pales by next fall Mr Thompson has been in correspondence with and IB a relative of the Missouri grower who made 825000 profit off of a half acre in ODe season Mrs J S Robinson IB visiting her Bother Mrs Ann Wallace of Madison Mrs Dolph Rice of Danvllle has been the guest of Mrs Geo T Farris J M Logan has returned from a tVlp to Cincinnati Misses Lizzie Hudson and Mho Walker are visiting In Rich pond Mrs W C McFarland of New Iforir Is visiting her sister Mrs R P 3urnslde and brother Louis Landram The Misses Sandlfer of Danville are quests of Miss Georgle Henry Mrs lardln of Montlcello Is visiting Mrs J B J Bnrnslde Mrs J E Stormes Is biting In Lexington Mies Dunlap of Lexington la tho guest of Miss Mary Burnelde Mrs D M Lackey Is visit ng relatives In Richmond Mr and Ire James Hefley of Bardstown a Tidal couple are visiting in this city Mill Louise Kauffman Is visiting Mrs fohn Greonleaf of Richmond Miss Mary Gill Is the guest of MIsa Drew at 3ortsmoutb Ohio Mrs Nellie Har rington of Cincinnati is visiting Miea Nell D 1IOIiI Miss Florence Harris eaves In a few days on a visit to Eldo ado Ark Mn Oeo D Robinson of Eluttohvllle ia the guest of Mrs D L Walker s THIS AND THAT John L VanArtdale ol Harrodabun sold a pair of mules at 1350 Lee Turner has tired of stage life aDd will open a saloon either in Knoxvlll or Lafolletto Juno Perry Emerson and MUs Mar Rainwater of Mlntonvllle Case county eloped to Tennessee and ere marriedTom Dalton a bad Tennessee ncgrc was shot to death by constable ID Robertson county after refusing to betaken Mire It Is persistently rumored that GotI Crane ot MIu obUSItU wilt aucceu Secretary Sbaw is soon as the financlt situation clears up The rAce for twoyearolds at Lex opion yesterday was won by Catherine A In the remarkable time of 214 breaking the worlds record Frank Buettncr the Cleveland coco tractor who submitted to having hit esophagus split to get bra false teeth which he mistakenly thought he hid swallowed died of his Injuries Luther Maloney of Louisville shot his wife assho lay asleep with two tender babes at her side and then lied The infants stained with their moth ers blood were found In peaceful slumber The great Transylvania race at Lex ington yesterday was won by Oznam with the Prince ot Orange second and Major Delmar third Best time 2071 which was made by Prince of Orange The great blind horse Rythmlc driven by Hudson was drawn In the first heat CHURCH MATTERS Rev N G Kelly well known Baptist minister of Glasgow Is dead Fold B J Pinkerton will preach at the Christian church Sunday Eld J Q Montgomery of Liberty will attend the National Missionary Convention of the Christian church at Omaha Neb Heirs of Mrs Fanny Speed have of fered the M E Church Board of Edu cation 8100000 In compromise of the bequest of about 200000- MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Gray DUD lap to Mr William E Strlngfellow of St Joseph Mo at Danville Wed esday evening was one of the moat notable social events that city has had In years LOST I Red steer with few white spots natural alley will weigh about pounds Any one having the steer In poIe1ofl or Information concerning him will please notify II Swope Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALEOf Lad Stsei Crop Household ftci Kitchen Fursitnro On Frld October IT we will at our home at Turnenvllle sell the following leadDbrOod sows 2 good mares work well In bar less good 2yearold horse extra good nitre mule t wagon about 4004 pounds of obacco in the barn 200 shocks of fodder 50 shocks sugar cane tot of farmln 1m Iements household and kitchen furniture Sale to begin promptly at 0 oclock Germs made known on day of sale Login jewli Mrs 8 L Lew- isPUBLIC SALE ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 will offer for sale or rent my handsome ome Ulcbland Residence and mr farm of 21 acre more or less located on Huston lllo and Mlddleburg pike JX mile from luitonvlllo This farm and Improvements II one of the most desirable homes In the ounty convenient to a good public school dwelling li a modern twostory frame build- Ing containing rooms and hall and all ieces aty outbuildings In good repair a good cistern at door fine variety of fruit of- all kinds 100 acres In bluegrass remain dor in cultivation Never falling water encing In good repair AUawlll sell 20 or- U acres of Knob land looted 2f miles from the farm The following stock will also be olds 25 heed yearling cuttle 15 calves a lunch of nice stock ewes 3 good milk cows head of hogs head of horses 7 good boats 75 barrels corn good twohor wagon and harness One carriage double har icss and pole also stogie harness and shafts for same buggy spring wagon buckboard tarningltaplementaTanaOn third cash balance and 2 years to suit the purchaser and all sums over 110 payable In National lank of Hustonvllle Ky Sale to begin at oclock WILLIAM HUNN T D English Au- ctSHERIFFS SALE By a virtue ot Execution 18S7 against Pennlngton 1868 against Mrs Bal lie J Iennlngton 1890 against E 0 Single ton and others directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Lincoln CIr cult Court In favor of W II IHgglns J Price Infirmary and J O Carpenter against Eo O Singleton and others Mrs Sallle J ennlngton and Kph Iennlngton I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 13th day of October 1002 between the hours of clock AI and 2 oclcck i M at the court house door in Stanford rouuty of LIncoln Ky to public sale to the Ighcat bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat bfy the amount of tho Plaintiffs debt In rest and cost towlti The three execu tloos amounting to f3Z02T cost and Inter it Included These three IIfall were levied on the undivided Interest each of Bailie Pcnnlogton E O Singleton and others and Eph Iennlngton on the following tract of land In Lincoln county Ky bounded on orth by land of P J King and Mrs n L brahams east by land of Mrs M P wiley south by land of Mrs M P Owsloy and J F Hampton heirs west by land of- II V Newland Mrs Sallle II Newland Tbo whole tract containing about 273 acres his levy Is mad subject to a mortgage of- T J Foster on Ji of said tract for SfGOO with 6 per cent Interest from October 17 1000 Levied upon as the property of Mrs allle J PennIngton Kph Iennlngton and E 0 Singleton and others Torres Sale be made on a credit of 3 month bond with approved security required bearing Interest at rate of 6 JMl- rcent per annum from day of sale and hay Ing the force and effect of a sale bond this 27tb day of September 1D02 H B Sheriff Lincoln Co- Dy W F McKinney Deputy Sheriff t1i n We moil somples to out of town customers onlyp 3csizellri The Grand Leader 1 0 I a- WeVV have on sale the finest line of Black and Colored Dress t Goods that has ever been shown in Stanford We show t t I ntlI38inch Molroso blnck anti colors nt fiOe 40incli 1ocolo cloth nt 75c yard 44inch Storm Serge nil wool at GOc yard 44inch Ktamino in black from 8l to 92 n yard 44inoh Xcbollinc tho newest weave 126 to 82 yard Winch who AVnW worsted from 8125 to 82 yard aCinch Venetian Cloth at BOo nlI5d inch skirting very lioavy at 8125 ynn1I54inch Broadcloth black nail colors OSo yard A full lino of narrow braids appliques in all colors at prices running from 5e to 81 per yard f THE GRAND LEADER i r l HAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManagor a T THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases end for con sultatlon Hoard and nursing shall bo cud In advance weekly and monthly Profos atonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must be paid promptly FOR RENT I desire to teat my property situated on Somerset street X town Consist lug of dwelling of seven rooms beside kitchen and servants room and a line eel lar smokehouse chicken house coal house and a good stable and 10 acres of land 2 hydrants ono In the yard and one forstoek wet cistern combined near the door for Said In rood repairJASI1kAlLEY BROWN BROWN AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bids SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all the State Courts alsr In United and Courts Collections made and promptly remitte- dDISSOLUTION The majority of the stockholders of tht Reals Creek A Oas Co have decided ti Close iu business and wind up Its affairs All persons having claims against It will present them to the undersigned Sept 13 1002 IontftTCt Item Pre J M tBTTD Pee To the Coal Consumer J out Higgins A Sims the coal dealers we are now to furnish tho people of Stanford and surrounding country the bestbrands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your Lap and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orders at houseyour money phone 41 or Iloones livery stable No 9- 8Boono c DunaventST- RHFOfiP KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on thin of Main on east dldn of College street In Ilustonvllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot ThU property is well ar ranged for hotel or house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn tJx3 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and vacant lot for prlvato If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property Is well for private Is now rented for that If you- an good paying In Ilustonv111e- call on or 1 S Carpenter Huston Title Ky TraHlor icet DtiLlRB IN Wlilsku Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYClosePrompt and tits ittentlon Nothing but the test to drink Mill bone tr ttlteMph orders receive prompt attention S Kid o Call mul son flat we 1m vo II 1ote t I ft Vrt tnntrt nJul Cut Watches and Clocks 1 GlassII I W H MUELLER 1 We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on onohnlf receiving tho ideal service they got lore with f pure drugs or in rc nrd to tho accurate fill ingsoilingguess Wo mako sure that everything is right in every particular to us t 1 ennys Drug Store FOR Stanford Ky FURNITUREthat will please you Carpets Mattings Hugs nIl BuildingPaper fcall on tho Withers Furniture CojC L Carpenter Proprietor f CARSON PENCE DEAL HS IN y Carriages Buggies Phae i tons Wagons Buckboards Harness r r Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition r See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Dr R Goldstein will bo at tho VERANDA HOTEL Wednesflaij Wursflau Oct is IB OFFICE HOURS 9 A M TO 4 P M Continuously for the past 25 pare Dr Goldstein the well known physician and practical optician of Louisville vlsltod Stanford His reputation la es tablished work bu given entire satisfaction having all over the State of Kentucky Take advantage of hU iklll It you need his services t Ii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 10 1002 iJ In Oiling your prescriptions wo nee proporIODiinot do better If you paid ui double tbo price which Is always reasonable Poe cyi Drur Store p I PERSONALS I Dn R A JOSKS laiD Cincinnati JOG T filiimv 14 In Lexington on business CAHUELL IJ OWBNB went to Lcxlng too Wednesday I MISS HELEN TIIDHMOND vllltcd Mends In Lancaster MR AND lilts MORKIS FRED went 11JAMES M SACKLEY yesterday of New Haves the bornefolki ATTORNEY JOHN W DROWN of Mt Vernon was hero Tuesday MR J W HAYDEN and little son Dull aro hero from Parli t MRS U 0 MAUONY It con aloiclop L Jfrqm a severe spell of tlckness MRS TIMOTHY FOOT has moved t bMR01 AH reunion In Washington city 1118s MATTIE SACRAY has taken a position with U H Ration at Laocai tel MRS RATE MILLER and Mlit Linda Miller of Danville were hero Wednet day JOHN MAOEK SR and John Magee were hero tram Livingston vciler MBSDAMBS W T STONE and Uettle fJr are Mo vliltlog relative in Cooper MRS WOODIE HALE left Wedneiday to visit her sons John and Ed Hale at Kansas City MR AND MRS J N SANDEUS ol a Stanford were visiting Mrs O K Mo Dowell Nowi MK8SU8 O M HICE Joe S IIaselJ den and C V Gentry are tbe e Lexington roUjMiss FLORRsCK HARRIS of LancasMr ter was the truest ot her George B Harris a O Walkerand Miss Maude Moore both of Rowland wore married at Mrs t r J OOalrtTuctday TIll many friends of George D Flor eneo are glad to ico him out after a protracted Illncn of fever MRSDAMBA OEOHOK MILLER and Joseph Carton of Oklahoma hive been I guests of biro J K VanAndale Miss NELL WAKKRN win reproient t j Stanford In the Young ladles vooal con toil here on Tbankglvlng evening MK 0 H DAD l Of Loulivlllo 51 wat hero a short while Tuesday II was on hit way to visit his parents in Oarrard MRS MOLLIE ODANNON SMITH Richmond arrived Tuesday to malt her homo with the family of Dr W D OBannoo MISSES IRENE SCOTT of Paducab and Mary Lane of Wlnobetter will arrive today to visit Miss Katharine Baughman MR JOHN P JONQS went to furl well 0 yesterday In answer to a dli pitch stating that his father was at l- bj point of death MR A ADDAMS and family of Leb anon patted up to Crab Orchard Tuct day to spend a few days with tbo family r of Mrs Jane Buchanan Nits J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs who It Heisting In T O WI lit store during hit absence It rapid becoming a fine talotlady MR W A TniniiLE received word Tuesday that his wife who it vlsitl 4 v her parents In Mason county bad pr tented him with a daughter MRS L L DOTY and Mitt Mary Bruce of Stanford aro expected to vie it Mrt H M Ballou and Mrs A A McKloncy Lancatter Record MRS J P RIFFB Mrs Walker Rout and Mrt Frances Uabboll of Ilutton vide bavo returned from a visit to their sister Mn MerrIman at George 1loin C ROSENSTEIN wont to Frank fort this morning Hit store will closed today and tomorrow but It w be open and ready for the court d e crowd Monday MIL AND MRS JOHN F SMILE having told their homo on Third Avo DUO will spend thu Winter with M- rt etrerpSTATE COMMANDER M F ELKIN banquset at ht by that order The menu rhows that f U was an exceedingly swell affair MB W P WALTON of tho Lexing ton Democrat came over yesterday to jattend the meeting of the Cumberland Valley Land Coebrought with him hit bandeome eons William and Ows leyMR JAS C BILES of McMlnnvllto Tenn who fought under Gen Bragg at Perryvllle attended the unveiling of the Confederate monument Wednes day and Is sow the guest of Mrs M O Saufley whom bo has known childhood IincoI THOMAH M OWSLEY special opo of the United States Internal Revenue Department who has been stationed in Philadelphia for tome time baa been assigned to the Tennessee division reported today for duty Mr from Nathvllle dispatch 4toCourlerJouraal I MR AND MRS H 0 FARRIS went to Somerset yesterday toIMRS ANNIE DAVISON and Mlts Min ale Straub are back from Loultvllle whore tbo latter bought lots ol rallVcU cry goods SENATOR JAMBS B MCCREAHY JudgoHobertCraft James W Fox and others were here yesterday to attend tho meeting of tbo Cumberland Valley Land Copl LOCALS STORE full of now aDd dellrtiblo goods Severance Son STOClt guns acd ammunition at Craig Hookers GLASSES to fit theeye e Latest styles In trance Craig S Hooker WE have some millet toed tacks for tale cheap J U Baugbtnan ft Co ATTENDialo MrU R Engle man In the Shelby City section tomorrow See adIt chow bore Win suffer lonirer lththat corn union r when Dr Erwin can cure It In minute At 8t Aeaph Hotel REMRMDEU L P and A R Nun nelloy sale Wednesday ICtb Sale b egins A M Dinner on grounds THE L k Nwill sail trl tickets to tbo Lexington trots at oa faro Oot 7th to 10th limited Oct 18th liverymanhaspipe lino from Somerset to the olli folds YOCR city taxes ar now and you aro requested to pay them at once Six per cent will be added NoV 1 R O Jones city collector MR A S1NB worked up a tiunctionlilng It Tuesday night DONT forgot M J Hoffmans tale near Moreland next Tuesday Oct 14 Ho will dlipoio of a lotof cattle mules teed etc Good dinner free 2t THR II 50 exoursloa train to Louis vllle Sunday will leave hero at 060 that morning A separate coach wit be attached for white people FOR SALE Gentle family maro Just the thing for schoolchildren Good buggy made by Central Kentucky Carriage Co A G Eaitland THOMAS OAICS showed ut Wednesday tarnoo pounds Who can beet this account of the eea of Mn tCleo Brown the opening of her fall and winter millinery has hoes post poned until Tuesday next 14th CARD ov THANKS Wo with thank our many friends and neighbors who were to kind to ut during our fathers and grandfathers sickness an death Isaiah White and family 0So many people from hero went to the unveiling at Perryvlllo Wednesday that It would bo Impossible to gl named of all It would be almost a difficult ai to mention bolo who dldn go MINSTRELS COMING Lew Tlgnora 1great minstrel combination will hold Houleo Friday night Oct 24 This Is one of the very bolt minstrel shows on the grceof You are earnestly requested to call at title epics next Monday county court day and settle your account Some of our longHanding accounts will beglvon an attorney for collection If not paid on that day A hint to tho wise should boIY sufficient STRUCK oil in a substitute tot day light by which we can produce all tbo light we want anywhere and at any juetlIce pbotogrc on 7 or at sundown If you like and we will catch you instantaneously and quite fir nonen CONTEST E H Beazloy It making extensive preparations for the vocal contest to bo hold hero Thanksgiving evening 125 in gold Is offered to tho boat quartette either male tamale oratmixed and 820 In gold to tho boat young lady soloist Some fine talent hoe al ready entered and title promises to bo one of tbo most Interesting enter4t moats over given hero TilE fiscal court adjourned Wednes day afternoon alter being In session three days The keeping of too poorhouse was let to Josh Wilson of the Bee Lick section at 118 for children wader 12 years and 130 for adults He will take charge Jan lit Dr W B OBannon was elected jail physician at 11250 An order was passed prohibit lag the payment of any one man for more than throe siege hauling on cot ty roads per year The claims allowed CountyClericnip ibey will be about 13000 lees than last year TRUSSES All kinds and sizes Low set prices Craig Hockcr walkingIFRESH Cakes Now Pickles and Cbecio Straws Oysters and Flab at T eiINEW currants and raisins of the 1092 crop and other goods of the season at John Bright Jr is Cos A GOOD hdatobook and job can got a steady position by ap ying to title office at once W Y ERWIN The Corn Doctor of Hopklnevllle Is registered at tho St Aeaph Hotel Seo him daySeeJackets Severance S Son Tile Hill and Graded School boys will play a game of toot ban on toe latter grounds this afternoon DR ERWINS process for removing corns and bunions It instantaneous ander tlHotelTilE display fancy heating stoves and coal vases over brought to Stanford You should see them BIg Riot AMcKlnnoy DR ERWIN will p Vice no extra charge for visiting you at your homo to sellsuOlENiNO Mrs Garland Singleton will have her opening of Fall and Win Her millinery next Friday and Saturday and you are cordially Invited to attend It DR W B OBANNON and Mr Clo saOroan5illlorcastor Street close to her home for 1950 0dT11E L S Nwill sell ckets to Hopklnsvlllo Oct 12 11 fie limited to sefaresmeeting of the Odd Followi TAX PAYERS Dont walt until court dayi we cant welt on everybody that day Come and get your claim and settle your tax Dont lot penalty catch you M S Baughman S L C 1TILE McKlnnoy Canning Co K L and E J Tanner proprietors put u 10 car loads of tomatoes this season o the finest variety They have dispose of most of them at a reasonable price NOTICE For all claims allowed at tbo October term of the fiscal court certificates will bo Issued by the coun ty clerk directed to the sheriff payable out of the levy of 1002 Instead of certl tying them to the sheriff as heretofore Geo B Cooper county clerk A BUSY WOMANMlu Georgl- Lewis Is probably the busiest lady gradebd Rev R B Mabony In hit Insurance office In the afternoon until 4 oclock dand at that hour begins teaching a large class In German This takes be nntll about 0 oclock Is there a man town who does that much work 0TttE next meeting of tho Coats willtbe on 16 Dr W A Brown of Parktvlllo will open too dUcuttlon on Chronic Cys title Dr J C Bogle of Danvlllewlll discourse on Surgery and Surgical Pathology The subject of Dr F H Montgomerys paper will beitA lotod of Blood Examination for the GOD eral Practitioner TilE aooualminfoaary meeting of tho Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held at Kingsvlllo Sat urday Oct 13 beginning promptly at 10 A M All tbo churches aro cares requested to tend messengers to he meeting prepared to make a report of their condition and also to make pledge for the county missionary work Dinner will be provided on the grounds for all who attend Following Is the program 10 oclock Devotional Exo oliei 1020 Address H K Berry 105 Report of J G Livingston coon evangelist 1130 Report of Churches 12 Dinner Devotional Exorcises 120 Sermon G W Mills 145 Ber- man Joseph Ballou 215 Sermon J W Hagln P W Castor chairman UNVEILING AT PERRYVILLE The crowd that attended the unveiling of the monument to tho Confederate dead Perryvllle Wednesday is estimated all the way from 8000 to 18000 TI program was castled out without a wi0ie of the West End of Boyle throw open their doors to thou visitors and did all In their power to make the brief eta In their midst enjoyable and right well they succeeded Abundant dinner was tree to all and thorn was almost enough leftover for soother meal The oxer clscs begun at 11 oclock with pray by Rev B F Adklns alter which Judge R J Breckinrldge welcomed the Immense throng and gave a br history of the monument Miss E Hay assisted by Miss Annie Trlbb unveiled the handsome shaft amid deafening applause Judge MCauNl- ey of this place spoke for Tan hour and his effort is sold to have ben moat excellent one He gave a brief summary of the Perryvllle brittle and other incidents of the war and his IntereatlnllIGen A J West of Atlanta entertain the crowd with an excellent talk Is a gallant old exConfederate a fine Southern gentleman and an orator of considerable note Tbe children of the Perryvllle public school sang an appropriate song or two and the exor class were concluded by a prayer of benediction by Rev E J Green Tbe exercises over tbo vast throng spent a abort while saying goodbye and then went home feeling that the day had been a most enjoyable ono and one that would not soon be forgotten Tho monument lea handsome granite shaft about 30 feet high and Is capped with the Qguro of a Confederate soldier standing at parade rest Tbe site e high hill and the shaft can be teen fur several miles Tbo Advocate gives tbit Interesting oil of history in connection with the ection of the monument which shows SUIljlestedbyTbe plan for tbe erection of a monu ment to the Confederate dead at Perry yllle originated In January 1893 when Hon M 0 Saufley Hon R J Brock Inrld o and Col Wm G Welch met by chance In tbo Gibber Hotel of this city Tho conversation was brought to the subject of tbe neglected condition of tho graveyard at Pcrryvllle and means to remedy mattes were die cussed Tbe three gentlemen agreed to use theIr efforts to devise a plan Accordingly Representative North of Lejlhlatureate 8500 to care for tbe grounds In theme bill Messrs James Baughman d R J Breckinrldge Confederate veterans and Capt Boyle 0 Rodeo and S D VanPelt Federal veterans were specified as commissioners Title bill fordssion of tbe legislature ion T PIof Boyle Introduced a bill ap proprlatlng 2000 for the same purpose which was pasted without difficulty The commleilnnert then contracted with the Peter Burgbart Stone Co of Louisville to erect the monument and build a stone wall around the premises for the sum of 2500 By private sub scription a sufficient sum was raised to HenryDottomIt was thereafter deeded to the State of Kentucky and now belongs to the Com moawealth with the shaft upon it BAUGH DENIES Kindly glee me polsoDlnll1Green charge and I poittlvely deny it It Is mybouie thenyears nothing personally against Mr Acton and no reason or with to In lure him or his property 1 have no feeling against tbe officers who were endeavoring to do tbelr duty and am guiltyumat tel has goon so tar I am more than anxious to meet any issue In court so I alan have a chance to establish my In todotboPeonsylvanlamonth PUBLIC SALE On Tuesday October 14th KyknownUr011naret mare ant roll i very fine combined mare j rears i Dr Hooker 4yarokl horse j Wilkes Y ear oU broke short yearlings cow and calf a snort pItsetI slowlugoal reel ant fertlllJeri sMingtwlh harm t Acme harrow turnawarano1yMcCorrokkbinderpower s sets of leathertug wagon harness 6 sets of prow gear 50 acres of com In the shock to acres of boutQbluetyling 5000 feet trmlnfn1 timber Everything unlder shelter In Sale commences at io oclock Everybody come we will have a time Dinner on the TERMS All sums good bankable notes RrounJsIP thagJlerAue AVAIso n good Mv farm will be rented on day of sale If not before PUBLIC SALEFine Farm Stock Crop Etc 0ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 100J ofIllLincoln and Doyle turnpike road SJf miles from Shelby City 5 from Danville poIItolUceconvenleoLThe conveniencespare enough locust trees lo foncn acre errryHeidigrowing of hemp At tame time and place wllliell stock consisting of cattle horses mlichOrgoodarkcorn In shock millet hay number yearling implement11a whichterwould make a most desirable farm Terms liberal and made known on day of sale O R fiNOLfiM AN T D English Auc Shelby City Ky The Famous Shoe For Women Wear Ease and Ele gance Combined Iden Kid Enamel Calf and Yici Kid all ono price 300 n 3QUEEN Qi1ALITY I Cummins a McClary I What We Keep Mens suits boys Euits childs suits odd pants knee pants overcoats work coats gum coats macintoshes slickers hats caps underwear union suits for children mens shoes ladies shoes childrens shoes gum shoes gum boots felt boots leather boots bootees dress shirts work shirts office coats yarn socks cotton socks fleeced socks hosiery neckwear suspenders cuff buttons collar buttons shoo polish umbrellas handkerchiefs mufllers gloves trunks valises laces cork soles wool soles collars cuffs garters overalls Terms Cash H J McRobertsI i Ji r m r 1 ii tip For 60 DaysW-ehave been receiving each lay 1desirable Dry Goods Notions Un derwcnr Snoes Blankets etc etc rand we believe it is i mii1conSH CIJIlg our long experiencejn buying and our best efforts always r Jtogive you your moneys worth top our stock surpasses any we eahave evce offered to the trade and our are right Come early 4Whilethe weather is pretty and let 13 us show you m Severance Sons New Store 1 j Intl 1 Ji i JoHN BRIGtiT 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 t He Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 60 acres just outside of the town limit It Is one of the prettiest homes around Stanford and le well Improved with a handsome wotltory splendiddryfurnished free Most of the outside fenc ing Is kept by others Very little fenc log to do Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land In a good state ot cultivation with moot of U In Hood room meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Poll and see tbe place J 8 Ilnndley Stanford 1 n urr- 4 r THE iNTERIORJOVRNALEn- tered n the pst ofce at Stanford at ttonddau matter 1 maZyllahaTuaadwyw aradFridp 81 PER YEAR CASH tl When sot lopaldSBSOO will beeharged 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 24 Train going North lt4Sam 028 190 am 02SII II Sauth 1291 a m No 2Su 1252 p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Nol 4lnitM Stanford at IMtm No jr rrlTM tStintord lJSara o 211eITH Stanford at 280 r m 1l A 8 PRICE Surgeon I Stanford Ky OBctotrr UcRobcrU Dru Ston InthOnlelBuilding R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgina tit McKlnnoys Stors lTelephone No 01 Ha C NEWLRND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his services to the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUSSESDNPrarj JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass TurnoutReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Bain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng liratclass Porters incetlU trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and lor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as uotoincar toKtho people of Lincoln County He please ou both In work and price Write to him J+ G+ JYJCctJA Y U1TDBBTAKBB EMBALMERAnd BAR TES5 SADDLEEY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 1140 DBALMJ IS FarnltureMattln SRu 8 t They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them- a call prices righti ITANFORD KENTUCKY mauelbt StrwkpYrf t xtiaeowre stM twwi ea E C Walton President U R Hughes Secretary ek Treasur Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchang TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1fleetesndlotIi Stanford Ate roomihi porch In the rest good genes ndghbornoc close to eburrbrt a d school Uood tor Im lit Itlt taco No 2 Small farm 37 erne 8 mllri from Stan faN llounol four good towns back porch and I trranda load barn and other buildings in good repar Cut In lxrids well frneod sere In cullltatlou one ten In fruit trees rot In Fran Ilouihtat rauiuilsatosers 11 bargain ana CD lie sold at bargain Close to school and church Price f per ere Land adjoining sold for fill nd tu Tblsliabargiln No snouae sod lot In Stanford louse eon 1lnllhe rooms Uood stable and 5 arrrs of Iod well fenced One of prettiest building tote in tows room enough In front fur two other cottages or a 2 story front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold chap w tile owner roust bn money No4 Two torr frame dwelling 7 rooms Sal and teranda dual grden fencing and hoe e goof repair For ale or rent Price reasonable No 11110018 and lot In Stanford ThiN room abdtrontbarcb Uood garden and stable Uood sold cheap No 7Uouae and lot In Stanford IS ltorle11 rooms Uood garden sinok and coal houses onll 0 8Frn of SOacrtOft miles from Stan lord on county road acres cultltatlon In pasture 2 orchards and rest In timber Tv small cottages good ban and outbuildings well watered sod tenclng fairly good Place can be bought at your price as owner Una In Indlinap Its and must hue money No 9 firm of 221 acres four miles from Stan lord on best pike in the county Sixty sent In wheat 40 In corn in timothy In clover and IOJ In sa Is rot la sir fields well fnced well water never fat Ing well soil prlog two good pondl IWO dwellings gad barns and out bulldlncs Fronts plkefortnreegnutenof mile both dwellings being on treci and enough so make6OW pats A splendid blurgrass fun and onlt 20 minute drive from tb ouolr opaL Owner ol one Inn adjolnlig this has recently refused ill er acre We offer i t f37 per act- Noll29 sent land with necessary inprort ments1 mile from Slanlord Dwelling has four rooms yenta hall and porch Large barn smoke haute etc Well watered and fenced and buildings in good repair rue reasonable NOIZDwelllnltorlllS roo1b1I sod perch OKry outbuildings gaNell lute two story store room 23r60 feet lower room supplied with rounttrs shelves etc Wster in dwdllnz and storeroom also cbtern and well en pace Small let bark ohIO Ono mile from Hunfonl llulldlnc gool and dweiltng orlglnslly cost 115W- smlIoreoterltlaUt Will sell butts fur ISle or will rent or sell separately Ko 1SMO acre farm t mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling rooms two tenant boost two barns wdland spring Dear dwelling Farm In high state of cullltstlon 150 acres ricer bottom- land good fencing toil etc Price 1740 an act Ko ll100acreol land on Lancaster street in Irab Orchard opposite Springs Ingnu no Ito iroteuenta eicept large stock barn abundance of took water rrettlest building site in town 1rlcc 11000rNo IIA nice cottage and lot on Laneaste street StanlorJ rooms good cistern etc Cost lleoo wilt asll for SI taxi No17Afarm of 16 acre near Ilustontllle dwelling of eight rooms hall teranda etc Uni tenant house stock barn large tobacco Sun and ther outbuilding Cistern and good well In the lard and watarim every field on tbe place Farm Cut In seven gelds and firstclass land Nol5OFrm of 160 acm situate near Kings rille Ky acres in cultltatlon 39 In Umber two rood LarD and otber- outbuU3tngsgmd repair Dwelling comparatlt y new 900 yards of three churches schoolpa toMro t01 C S depot Property tree on pikeand county road and Is the most dmtrabl irm In that section Ws will sell the whole Cnn of not lets than 30 sere to ultpurebaerrrbte U certainly cheap property No 5Farm of 73 acres Owelllngigood barn etc Well waterfencing In rroduclite lime lone land In good netyhborhooddo to school sod on ODd road Price 1i00 No MoA farm of30 acres in Lincoln county Tbreoe good dwellings a good buns and other out ulldlugi each house barn etc about the center of 100 arm All on county road 4 mile from church school and Lays well and well rated This ls a good tobacco farm and would alt two or three fimlllea that might want to come oia the same neighborhood Trice reasonable No MA farm of 103 acres In Casey county One and onehalf story dwelling with six room coos barn and other outbuildings Sixty acre in tltltailon 43 acre In timber fruit trees etc LYI well on rood close to churches booletc ITIceonlyiOOO No 56 Farm ol IIS acres In CUwy countTwoCory frame dwelling two good bro ilbulldlogs In Splendid tobscco LiDd and In good community A bargain at 000I No 57 Kami of 115 acre In Casey county A Dew two story S room frame dwelling and old relllng in fair condition Darn and other out illdlngs On county rood splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a tlnble home Trice II d 0 No MFlfty urea near rieasaht Point KyC Tame bouse S rooms and porch Dun and other itbulldlngs acres IL cultltatlon rest In ber Well watered 300 yards from poslofflccnool od church lays well on pike and In good comJmnlt Irlce1d Wehavebuyerfor2lOor300act farm situated from one to three mUrom town Also buyer for bout 100 acres situated from one to tour milt from towns with or without Improrementa buyer for an fj000 to f 000 lanu close to 10WDI No IS Four house and tote In Rowland Ky Price 8100 each No 19 904 acres of land near Crib Orchard 20 Twostorr house I rooms hallteranda IZ acrea splendid land adjoining ln Stanford lrop- efty In good repair water and lights In l t UII ciaIIfrnt door lleautlful bome Price 83000 No22 House of lira rooms porch one acre of llIOuDd and good stable One mils rom toWDI IctJOO No 23 Fain of 1O acres S mia from Stanford Frame dwelling of rooms 2 2 barns one log stable and wagon shed combined the other an extra good tram with cattle sheds attached BarD especially arranged for curlnt tobacco Mao beonery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard nclog In good repair Wen watered 2 cisterns elc This farm occupied by a former own er IT rear and la well preserved and Impruted D mile of JIOIloftlCf school Rented for 1902 for half grain tent and is cultivated com wheat tobacco and clover CoIIlr sent owner ta 500 as county record will- row Will sell for M No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres hDdIMoreland load barn and necessary logs 2 wells In splendid orchard and 2 acm strawberries Immediate potsesslon 1rlos 1900 No2G Frame hotel large rooms double Tera- ndu hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom noting street 30 lost trout hotel up stairs wits 10rdw IIIDg 2 nice cottsges nicely furnlsbed ppered and painted rooms and teranda each A on same lot used as lltery stable Neu Vacant lot adjoining M feet front 200I ffll deep Allot this property In London Ky ylroprlelarmODlh On account of ill health of wife only ucbDceCarNo 27A farm of aces In Oarrard county tlmolbyrlorerlnell watered by ronde D- dblochH through the placetlhe land Is rich and productheltIOw nnnp tobacco Newly fenc N with wire and locust A orchard protenicnls a fUOIo twostorreUht room frame elllng wardrobes in each room pantries cellar tie newly covered sort painted tenant bouse- barn and other outbuildings all In good condition ID good neighborhood near church school stoma an i store within 400 yards of houleC Ibh place will be sold cheap For Sale Privately My property near Turncrsvllle on Stan- forll villa pike consisting of IX- acres of land comfortable dwelling of alx room and necessary outbuildings EJttra- tarden some fruit and a neverfalling prIDf In yard In halfmile of church chool two dally malls In endld neighborhood For further par- tlculan apply to Mr S L Lewis Turners TlUe Ky J w r uPknliWtuawakiAlr KINGSVILLE The Canning Factory has closed of Ur a most successful season Mr Mo Cartr has already begun preparations for tomato ratting for another year Lot of nice yearling two and three yearold cattle for gale Also walton phaeton and walnut ofllce desk Will also rent my farm J S Hundley Tho county meeting Lobo held next Saturday 18th promises to be a Sul cess KloRsvIHe with characterise hospitality will welcome the entire county Elder flurry and other minute tare will be present MraJas Robinson bad an oyster supper Saturday evening which was quite a pleasant occasion but after tbe affair was over Mr R discovered that she had lost several pieces of china and silver Suspicion rests on several of the walters lOur citizens were rather excited ove the school election Saturday and a good deal of work was done Those In favo of additional tax for a ulna months school were defeated by eight vote E W Crelghtoo was elected trustee lover C O Baker Miss Clara Dunn has returned fro a lengthy visit In Covlngton Mrs W L McCarty and Mlko are In Lczlnj ton Foils Twldwell of Hustonvlll was one of the traveling salesmen wbo stopped at Hotel Pennybacker tbls week Manfred Chevolette of the C S spent several days with the home folks Dr and Mrs Allen of Some set spent several days with the home folks Mrs Marlon Williams has beet quite sick Miss Eliza Ellen Walls bas been ill but Is Improving Herbert King of Hopklnsvllle Is the guest of his grandmother Mrs T R Taylor Jas Robinson and family are movtn to Junction City whcrq Mr RobInson will be more convenient to his work as electrician on the C S Their neigh bore regret to loose them Their va cared home will bo occupied by Mr Se bastlan ChoroIouo and family LORan Watts end family will move this week to the houso vacated by Robert Smith and Mrs Margaret Williams will occupy the house vacated by then LAND STOCK CROPS ETC New corn Is being delivered at 12 barrelW Tribble bought of W C Shanks 17 TO pound shoats at 6ic The Farmers National Congress II holding Its annual session at Macon OaIBales McElwalne of Richmond took 27 horses to the Now York Horse Show Jessie Herr woo the Kentucky pac tog futurity for two yearoide at Lex logton Wednesday John E Madden great stallion Ab dell broke a front leg while playing In his paddock at Lexington R L Goee bought 13 bogs from Wm Sprinkles 11 from W H Brown and six from Walter Pettus at Ole MF Boler of the Preachersvlllt section has bought a 90 acre farm near Deatersvllle Garrard county at 135 The Woodford Sun says there Is a Imposition among the farmers of that County to sow less wheat acd more barley this Fall Nolla Jay won the Kentucky Futurity for three year old trotters at Lerlng ton with Scott Hudsons Gall Hamilton second and John Mo third Best tlme21JlA sold the Jersey milk ow advertised last Issue to John Chris maD for 155 I sold her almost before tie Ink got dry on the paper said Mr lastland to us There were about 1200 cattle on the Richmond market Monday tbo best jlllng at 3 to 41e A number of mule colts sold at 825 to 860 One extra good one brought 890 We strenuously object to the Injec tlon of Danville Advocate advertisements In the Klngsvlllo letter Just II If it was not Interesting enough Itbout Danville In It Anzella won the 110000 trot at Oak ley Monday Maj Delmar was second aDd the blind Rytbmlo third The latter won ono beat In the good time of 209 The track was heavy R D Pagett of Waynesburg claims to bo the boss gardener of his section He raised this year a cabbage that sighed 10 pounds and a sweet potato hat tipped the beam at 21 pounds DEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but- from hunger although fed abundantly fhe entire trouble nritea from Inanition their food is not auimllatcd but devour cd by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to ceue crying and begin to thrive at once verT much to the surprise and ley of the anther 23c at Pennys Drug Store Mr Morgan1 sale of the L 1k N- wltb Its more than 4000 miles of road to tbo Atlantic Coast Company wltb- hs 2000 miles is slightly thin for even Summer wear Among railroads tall u not wag dolts In any such style al- tbatunless It helps the great Na- plleon of Finance In circumventing the law Glasgow Times In the United States alone some 4 0000 feet of pine lumber are used every year for matches or the equiva lent of the product of 400 acres of good rgln forest About 020000000 cron- ties are now laid on American railroads od 00000000 new ties are required annually for renewals THE FIRSTBORNW- hy is it that the firstborn child Is so the healthiest of a family of children The reason seems to suggest It self As child follows child the has less and less vitality often not enough for herself and none therefore for her child- Expectant mothers who use Doctor s Favorite Proscription find that it kccl is them in vigor health They entIIous sleep well not nervous When baby cronies its advent is practically painless the mother is made hap by the birth a healthy child If you be a healthy mother of healthy children use n Favor itQ Prescription CI will be glad to say a few words for Dr riercet Favorite rrcscrip tlon writes Mrs 1 SDouglas of Mansontltlr Drome Co Quebec Dur ing the four months when I looked forward to becoming a mother I auf feted very much from nau sea vomiting and I felt lnrlbl1 lick I could DYtlID 101 looa At tbt time wrote to Dr Tierce and he told me to pel hll FawUe Prescription and a bottle of olden Medical Dinorery I got a bottle of each and when I taken them a few days I fit much bellerlnd when I had taken hardly three tarteaeu I felt well and cat ai well IIany one and could do work without any trouble I could not do anything before I fed very thankful to Dr Pierce for hit medldne gettheseThose who suffer from chronic diseases are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free AH correspondence strictly private Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N1Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets cure bil lousness and sick headache The largest walnut log over grown In Eastern Kentucky was floated out of Heaver Creek Floyd county and flout ed down the Dig Sandy to the Cinch natl market where It brought over 13 000 It was a finely curled tree 13 foci In circumference and over ISO feet Ion It cost about 11000 to get it to thf market Your brotherInlaw has such an august proienoo Yep and such a September OoU bar November and all the rest of the year round pretence too confouo him You ought to yon school book Instead of fishing But I atnt got no school book miter swapped em with Willie like bead for his flshllno Ucn Edward S Bragg the present consul general at Havana has baen ap pointed consul general at Hong Kong In the place of William A Kublcewhi will succeed OeD Bragg No1 Small Farm For Salt For sate on at taws a soil Lincoln CORI farm of to ants JrGto W Fry Mrs Mary jrr iiltr ant others Impru etmats goal stoew weWnr ke meat house well aM wsa hose rood celbr or milk and fruit hwit chkken horse- buggy huse coal and wool hose Wg staN can crib urg stock barn large tobacco kIn fJant tense two good orcturjs and aN kinds ef Initt fine springs Aayon wisMne to sewn ante IMk home wH ftnJ this a bargain it fiya the least that wm buy It Call an F contest IM Ky ESTRAYED A dehorned brludle steer weighing poundl hal mark of green paint on back between blp Anr Information thankfully received Will S Embry Lancaster Ky Small Farm for Sales Small farm of 20 acre on Hanging Fork near Well for sale cheap lIa- twotory dwelling and fair barn Other utbulldlng good Uplcndldly watered O W Lunsford Rowland Ky Very Cheap FarmO- N EASY TERMS This le a farm of US acre located 3 miles frobl Stanford It U within one mile of a HtofUce church school tore mill cheese ctory stud nears German settlement The Carre Is well preserved and Unproved and ontalni a largo amount of tine saw Tho Improvements consist of a good frame welling house S largo room a double walled cellar and two porches two barn ODe an extra cool frame with cattle sheds tidied and epoclallyarranged for curI- ng tobacco tbe other a and ngon abed combined also a hennery a moku house and corn crib There 1i a line- younjt orchard bearing a small vineyard mod other small fruit The fencing ta ot- ralla and In good repair The farm Iwater- od with nev springs and two cli eros The owner isanonresident and ot- fen this farm at a bargain on very eay term I For further particular call on or address L R Hughe Secr Ken ucky Real East Exchange Stanford Lincoln County Kentucky PUBLICSALE Desiring to dlmolto partnership and- gngo en in other business wn on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1STII- t our homo near Peyton Well 7 mile West of Stanfqrd and mile North of Mc Innoy offer at public outcry to tho best bidder the following stock crop and tmplo enta 71 bales of timothy hay 318 bush el oats half Interest In 50 acresof corn and fodder ugar cane hay In stack Also head 1000pound steers 32 head 500pound calves 12 700pound yearlings S cows 5 ickllng calves 40 hogs 108 ewe family mare 4yearold combined mare layenr old harness mire 1 hone colt a yearold 811y brood mare 4 year o1Q lone 15 larold mare mule 3 year old horse mule t pair yearling mare mules 2 twoImo wagons Superior drill disc twobone sled planter 2 mowers hay rake plows harrow and other Implementa too numerous to mention 2Ietc harness Columbu buggy Meyer buckboard set extra heavy wagon harness 2 heating stoves shotgun 2 saddle lot of- pluw gear and harness new Singer Sewing and a lot of furniture TERMS All sums under SID caibt over that sum 80 days credit 01 bankable note bearing 8 per cent Intercut from day of ado L P A A K MJNNELLEY I T D English Auct taw n f Biliousness J Makes Chronic Invalids When the Liver li torpid and tall to do its work A 1 the bile salem tb blood a a tlrulent p ton Then coma constipation bUlousneas tick headache fevers and malaria The only treatment that gives the liver Just the right touch soil starts Natures work to the right manner t ONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS The ptll touches the systemf2S dote for V days cost IS cents and un tea your ease u ciceedlngly had you Sv will be wU before you finish ibtOij Sample free For ealo at tf all dealer i FOR SALE BY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE at Kentucky s Great Trotst LEXINGTONST- AKES OOOOO PURSES October7th to 17th Grand Daily 20000 Futurity 5000 6000 Transylvania 3000 McDowelll3000 Walnut Hall 35 rJHalfR P LINCOlN jCAPITAL f Directors Officers t Successors to Tht Farmers flank A SJlAtISmanagemfDtJ D Paxton for at years We J n Owtlejr SOLICIT YOUR BANK I tSWfO Walker Hoping such business relations prove mutually beneficial Ceo w Carter wmjFirst National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was aI the Deposit flank of Stanford In I15S then reorganlied as the National Hank of Stanford In 16SJ and again reorjtanUed as the First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uolnlcr rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Inr business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career recounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Farm for Sale Contain 130 acre of tine Hanging Port land and has upon It residence and outbuildings Is In a high state of cultlTatlon and fa well fenced and watered Ia known as the E T Young farm and le In Turner Title neighborhood adjoining It II Cooper Richard nibb and W A loiter Most ol the land a In grass S M Owen agent for Mr M E Young For Sailor Rent Property known asThe Russell Spring consisting of 70 acres 53 In woodland l under cultivation Improvement a It room hotel one cottage of 3 and another o 8 room furnished throughout arid in lepair Near the hotel is a spring of cha- lybeate water which has been anuljred and le known to have Ono medicinal properties The summer patronage 1i and the transient the year A One opening for an enterprising hotel man For further Information and terms address or call on Vaughan ft Graham Russell Spring Kentucky TIMBER LflND FOR SOLE pattnerehlpbutlneeof s Uonta having died lat December we will sell 2700 acres of Umber land In Adalrcoun y Ky Tbls land Contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land Is close to the famous oil field of Wayne county and U exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes of the t In one a bargain forsome one For particulars apply toy 0 COULTER Hlddleburg Ky Or to E M nardlnllarrodiburg or Bonto Faulkner Ky Concerts I 7I Officers J S IIOOKFn PreYt J J XloBOnEKTa Chr W II VTaTAnEN flk- prDirectors I CF Reid Lincoln Oo y S T Harris Lincoln Co J 8 Mocker Lincoln Co CoJM D Elmore Stanford S II ItauKhmaa Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson lIubble J H Ilauchman Stanford VI P Tate Stanford 1 JPUBLICHaving determined to o Wet I will atmy farm at Preacbenrllte on the Crab Orchard pike on 8ATDRDAY OOTOnKR 11 Sell the following named property Three goodbuglty NoIoiIer13bone cultivator I i hone cultlra machineSbuggytbold and kitchen furniture Including one organ good as new Term made known KINOJEJYEJYJ I That socalled cheap insunuico is the dearest thing on cnrtlu That a dollar saved in the pre mill may cost you n hundred in a t loss That only solid canh in sight and t experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Monte of New York can lw relied on Jesse D Wearen Stanford- r Oarrardfloyleand r