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SEMI=WI3F3KLY INTERIOR JOURNALIfVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 1419029 AAt xn rs NEWS NOTES Don II L Glass former CongrcMv man rom the Ninth TcnnctstcdUtrlct li dead Tbu next rand encampment of tho Grand Army of the Republic will beheld In San Francisco A North Dakota icbool teacher kill ed threo trtutcci fatally tbot three puplli and killed hlmielf Illlnoli supreme court bo decid that the Chicago lake front rTbe used ouly for park purpose gift of 11000000 to Medical School li to bo de ivoted to skin and tubercular research The Homo Tobacco Varebouio Co was organized at Shelbyvlllo with liO 000 capital to operate an Independent Loulnlller and her sane aped 10 and 12 years were found dead In bed In LouUrlllo with tbo gut turn ed on and keyholes plugged Low B Brown former editor and owner of the Spencer Courier has told hit paper to SK BaIrd and W C Darrlckman tho latter of Loutivlllo Tbo Grand Army of the Hepubllo adopted resolution calling upon the BuIltiJ The State board of valuation after hearing argument on the oucttloo de tided to assess tbo private car lines op crating In and through Kentucky for franohlio taxation Mrs Jame T Kolloy a chorus girl 1 Companyvover board after a tiff with her hut band en route from Madison to Louis Tlllo A pistol fell from Joseph Glllmant pocket near Groenup and discharged The bullet passed through ono of his little daughter limb out off ono oft his mothers fingers and lodged In her I temple The latter Is not expected to live The executive committee of the Un ion Veteran Union at Washington lUioonded CommnndcrlnChlef Dyren forth but ho refuted to stop down and ti out whereupon several Important State delegation withdrew Those who re v DrenfortbAt Kiowa Comanche Apache Caddo and Wichita Lone Wolf was cboion as a representative to present to tbo Feder al government a request to take all their lands In Oklahoma and purchase t for them 000000 acre In Mexico I Charley Cawley aged 17 of Homestead PA while crazed over air brako device on which ho bad been working 4chopped bll mother and ono sister tol4 kt death with an ax and fatally wounded three other Uteri and a brother be fore bo could be overpowered President James K Patterson of Kentucky State College was elected president of the Association of Agri cultural Colleges and Experiment Sta tion at tho convention in Atlanta The association appropriated 15000 for an exhibit at tho World Fair In Str Loul I Paper have been signed for the i Fries merger of a certain class of Southern cotton mill Seventy mill are In tbo combine The new company will bo called the Southern Textile rCompany and will have 17000000 of common stock 17000000 preferred and 16000000 of bond In a decision In the United State courtln Kansas City It was hold that a railroad Incorporated In one State and afterward consolidated with railroad Incorporated in other State re tamed Its original Identity and the State granting tho original charter re talus It jurisdiction 1Tbo Indiana Stato Board of Health at a meeting sharply criticised Gov Durbin for falling to supply the funds necessary to flghtimallpox Dr Hur ty secretary of the board said that Gov Durbin was playing for an economical administration and that ho wap hoarding Stato fund and letting people die The disease le Increasing and 1 great fears are entertained for tbo 1 Winter THE OLD RELIABLE t I p 7 AR1NPOWDER Ab8oluter PUra THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Perry Carrollton jumped Into a well And drowned near Albany A S Wilson of Shelby died from klokI a guest of the nation called on President Roosevelt The plan for a 100000000 combine tion of Southern cotton mill has been abandonedEllen a Negro woman alleg ed to have been 132 years old is dead at Chicago The law against Sunday trains is in terfering with the distribution of coal In North CarolloaIA Philadelphia man shot himself the other night In a tbcatro just the curtain went down Prof Adolf Lorenz of Vienna hen como to Chicago to operate on the trip pled daughter of J Ogden Armour- A good many oil operators are now devoting their attention to Lcsllo county which they regard as a prom ising Bold- Former Gov Bradley will bo the principal speaker at tho dedication of the Frankfort Elk new clubhouse WednesdayA Dakota girl tried to got a bucket from the bottom of a barrel tumbled In and was drowned in 10 Inches of water The State Factory Inspector ordered a number of factories at Chattanooga to discontinue the employment of chil dren and the order wa obeyed President Roosevelt has positively promised to visit Memphis Teon to participate lu the welcome home to Vice Gov Wright now en route home from the Philippine The dedication of the now Masonic Templo In Louisville which will prob ably take place during Christmas week will be made a great spectacular event among tbo Kentucky Masons The striking street car employee in New Orleans bavo returned having accepted tho governor ultimatum on a secret ballot The basis of settle moot le that the men will return to work at 20o an hour In the Federal court at Covlngton Judge Cochran refused to extend tbo Injunction granted agatnit the C O railroad some days ago In regard to the delivery of supplies for the striking miner in West Virginia Walter Brown a liveryman and Kd Sumner a policeman bad atreet fight at Cadiz Brown was hot to death and Sumner sustained a broken arm and a bullet wound In the leg Brown was resisting arrest when he WAS killed Three masked men robbed the Pa cine coast express on the Chicago Bur lington and Quincy railroad at a point four mile west of Lincoln Nob It Is supposed that the robber got about 50000 principally In gold Officer are ID pursuit Lloyd Nelson a young farmer of Christian county crazed by drink went on a rampage near Pembroke and brained an aged negro woman with an ax He then cut and tabbed Joseph Tandy colored aged 70 fatally wounding him The executive council of the Ameri can Federation of Labor has Issued an appeal to the citizens of tbe United State to come to the moral and fuse clal aid of tho miners The working people are asked to devote the wages received each Monday morning be tween 10 and 11 oclock to the cause of the strikers A B Chino a prominent merchant and Confederate veteran at Lexington was murdered In his bedroom by two masked burglars His son Asa Cblnn Jr who wont to his fathers rescue WAS shot perhaps fatally Earl Whit nap and Claudo OBrien two young tramp are under arrest and It le gen orally believed that they are the mur derer HUBBLE Walter Owiley has entered school at Wllmoro Ky Mrs A L Spoonamoro has gono to Knoxvlllo for a few days Prljo Curry has returned from Loulsvlllo after having his eyes treat ed by a specialist Jae Sutton has bought the Kemper farm of acres In the Marksbury neighborhood at 150 Thomas MoMolon has bought tbo Greenleaf shop In Lancaster and will go to work In It next year The young folks have organized a Christian Endeavor at the Christian Church to be held ovory Sunday night Orb Bourne It Bro bavo bought 30 acres of tho Bland farm from W H Underwood at 130 per acre J O Eu banks bought 20 mule cotta in Richmond Monday at about 140 per head Robert Rankin of Wayne county bought 237 acres of land of T D Chestnut of the Hedgevlllo neighbor hood at 850 T O Rankin sold his one balf Interest In the Gentry farm to J M Rankln who owned the other onehalf Interest and his home place to his brother Lee At ISO and bought J J Walkers farm of 400 Acres At ISO PAINT LICK Mrs n L Jennings Is visiting in Danville Buford Ely has rented tbo blacksmith shop of Mrs A B Ely R L Jennings has moved his stock of goods In his new store room The Aid Society will meet with Mr Pattle Engloman on next Thurs dar afternoon A little son of Mike Noe died Sunday morning and was burled In Old Paint Lick Cemetery The Irish potato crop In this section Is unusually good Mli Ross sold hie crop of 300 bushels at 60c Mr Will Flanncry and Miss Dovo Broad us will be quietly married by Rev T T Roberts Wednesday There Is talk of building a Christian church at this place Let tbe good work go on The Christian Sun day School is about five miles from this place and the bon of Christians got a little out of humor by the time they get there with their children Mr Will Fish spent Saturday and Sunday In Crab Orchard with her eis ter Mr Pettus John Park le on the sick list Miss Florence Lackey Is very low with consumption Mrs S H Blount has returned from a visit to relatives at Junction City Miss Jen nie Totten Is the guest of her sister Mrs Clyde Pulllns Henry Rlddleburgber who has been running the mill for Burnam fc Hack er has returned to his home In Virgin la much to the regret of his friends here Robert Tudor has accepted the agency at tho depot here Mr Ruck er having resigned Misses Sallie Adams and Mary Clarke Eogleman aro tbe guests of Mrs E W Norrl in Richmond this week Miss Alice Hen derson of Lancaster is visiting Miss Mattlo McCormick POLITICAL Hon James D Black of Barbour vllle will make a number of speeches in the Qth and Ooh districts R O Hubble and Napier Adams have announced for reelection for rep resentative and circuit clerk of Pulas kl respectively Rhode Island republicans nominated Charles Dean KImball for governor The platform favors tbo nomination of President Roosevelt In 1004 The pro tective tariff commended but It is said that new Industrial conditions may from time to tlmo necessitate a change in rates Judge Guffy and Settle republican and democratic nominee for appellate judge met In joint debate Saturday at Hartford Judgo Guffy consumed most of his time in a defense of his record Judge Settle In his reply made a strong speech which aroused great enthus iasm among the Ohio coucty democrats Government officials are deeply concerned over the tendency of Cuba to grow dally more Indifferent to tbo cut tivation of friendly commercial role tions with the United States The best effort of the State Department have failed to secure the Cuban govern ment adhesion to the treaty provided for under the Platt amendment MATRIMONIAL William Walden and Miss Maude Gooch of Burnslde drove to Somerset and were married Maj David Castleman of Mercerand Miss Ada Mayo Railey of Lexington will be married In December On Oct 29 Mitt Jane Belle Poland the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs A M Feland of this place will be married to Mr Robert Lee Berry a prominent young farmer living near Sbarpsburg Miss Feland II Just back from Louisville whero her trousseau Is being arranged For every seven marriages In Indiana the State statistician shows that there was ono divorce for tho year ending June 30 1002 Tbe statistics evidence that in Clark county which flourished as a Gretna Green the number of mar riage licenses was a little over one third tho number issued the previous year CHURCH tATTERS The Bible prayer and hymns have been barred from the public schools of Nebraska by the supremo court of that Stato The pastor Rev P Walker assisted by Rev on Neal will begin a meet lag next Sunday Oct 10 at the Meth odist church at Moreland Rev S M Logan pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Mlddlesboro for a number of years has tendered his resignation to take effect at once and will accept a call from the church at Wilmore Jessamine couuty On account of illhealth Rev J J Colo has resigned as pastor of the Christian church at Barbourvlllo and will go to his home In Virginia Ho has served tbe Barbouryllle church for three years The wound In the Presidents leg la reported to be healing nicely LANCASTER Another dwelling is to be erected on Water Street- Frank Pearce will keep tbo almshouse next year Herbert Gulley has leased Mrs Mollie Swopos farm Tho Ladles Aid Society meets with Mrs Ballou Friday Eld Moore contemplates a trip to the National Convention of tbo Disciples of Christ at Omaha The meeting at the Pleasant Grove Christian church still continues with fine sermons by Eld Garrison Ward ik Sympson grocers are sell lag at cost to dissolve partnership Mr Simpson will probably leave here Mrs Molllo Swopo has rented the residence now occupied by Fred Kemp er Mr Kempers new residence Is about completed C A Robinson bought a hunch of hogs at 4o and 40 yearling steers from WP Grimes at same J C Fox pur chased seven steers at 4c theirIepidemic of scarlet fever has Interfer ed somewhat with teaching Dr and Mrs Kinnaird gave a recep tion Friday evening in honor of Prof J E Mannlx and the other members of the Garrard Graded School faculty Repairing on the Christian church Is In progress Tbe tower Is being over hauled and the interior of the building will bo the next part to undergo reno Wm Barton of Chicago will lecture Wednesday evening at the court house on the Old World In the New Century Stereopticon views and a mock marriage will lend additional attraction to tbe entertainment The drillers have resumed work af ter considerable delay from broken ma chinery but the long looked for water Is atlll undiscovered The U S gee logical surveyors assort a good flow of water will be struck at a depth of 045 feetThe epidemic of scarlet foyer which has about abated In the rural localities has reached the city and there are several eases reported Both the Pre by- terian and Christian ministers have had children of the same disease The malady Is so mild that the patients in most instances are not confined to their beds Mrs J H Sympson Is visiting Mrs A Y Fuller In Casey county James M Cunningham Is here on a visit to his mother Mr Fletcher Ruble of Buena Vista visited his Invalid daughter here Sunday J Herbert Kinnaird of Mid dlesboro is the guest of his grandpar ante Mr and Mrs W H Kinnaird Dr Burnett and John L Doty went to Louisville Sunday to see Jesse Doty who Is doing well after the recent surgical operation N B Price was in Stanford Monday Mr and Mrs T W Burnett and children leave In a few days for Louisville Mrs Terhuoe and son Kyle and Mrs Settle hayo been recent guests of Mrs Joseph Falconer Sr Victor Stone a student of Ken tucky University is at home on a visit Mrs J S Robinson has returned from visit to Madison Will and Charles West leave shortly for a visit to Louis ville Miss Willie Belle Burnsldo goes this week to matriculate at the Cincin nati Conservatory of Music Mrs fines and children of Nebraska are visiting her sister Mrs Emma Hlggln botham Mesdames S O Denny F Farra Misses Matlle Elkin Fannie and Battle Weet were In Danvllla Friday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 2r and Mrs R H Guthrie of Per ryyllle celebrated the 60th anniversary of tbelr marriage Saturday William Boss charged with murder log his brotherinlaw Elijah Sargent was acquitted at Harrodsburg H B Frfrrls has resigned his post tion of bus manager and general solic itor for G S Gaines the Danville liv erymanA county Union veteran has just extracted from his head a musket ball put there by a Confederate soldier 40 years ago at the battle of Perryville The Chicago Veneer Co lately es tabllshed at Burnslde has begun operations The company has put In a 150 000 plant and will cut poplar oak and walnut veneers They will also run an excelsior mill and wlll give employ ment to some 75 or 100 men A deal has been made by which R M Jackson and E A Chilian become solo owners of the slolk in the Laurel County Fair Co says tbe Mountain Democrat They have purchased a large steam merrygo round and will control the privilege themselves J Henry Fish has sold his stock of groceries to W a Cbasteen On account of poor health ho felt that it was unwise for him to try to run the busi ness longer F Francisco has rented the Frith Hotel and took possession the fret of October R L Coylerwho has had charge for the last year will stilt make Brodhead his homeMt Vernon Signal Lew Tignors Minstrels Waltons Opera House Stanford Kentucky Friday Evening October 24 f ftB + tGJj ot + 1I i+ iA fc1 r4iiiO C7fTvi IIITO BE UPTODATE JDtil4W M WHITE VESTS III 411rehave just received a nice line of thornsin and have a lookr4ftCome fItttJI ttxMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 00IIif i A oi i J 9i i I New Line ol coffee I SOLD BY Higgins McKinney NEW YORK STORE BARGAINS CLOTHING Mens suits all shades well made up worth 85 at 8249 Mens suits worth 8850 at 8450 Mens 810 suits at 8050 Mens 81250 snits at 8750 Mens 815 suits at 8925 Childrens suits all sizes from 90c at 5100 Mens overcoats worth 85 nt 83 Mens 88 overcoats at 8475 Mens 810 overcoats at 86 50 Mens 812 overcoats at 8760 Mens 815 overcoats at 075 Boys overcoats nt your own price TRY IT S STANFORD KENTUCKY lIens underwear 150 dozen will all go at 23c 200 dozen heavy fleecelined un derwear worth 50o and 75c a gar ment all go at 41c SHOES Mens shoes worth 82 at 8155 lIens 8250 shoes at 8175 Mens S3 shoes at 8196 Mens 8350 shoes at 8225 lIens everyday shoes at OOc Mens fine shoes at 8150 liens 8250 flue shoes at 175 Ladies heavyshoes at 99c C Rosenstein Be Co STANFORD KY flail Vi edorA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration- It is a sure euro for tho odors from perspiration on any clothingAllW B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY II t yp THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 U a candidate Dementiap i nrer sublet tEe action of the ROBERT HARDING or Danville li a eioilldtte for Circuit Judge lub Ject to the action of the moeratle party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mfrcer li a candidate lor Commonwf llh At torneyln thla the lath judicial dlttrltt lIhJct to the or the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Ot Shelhv WE had oo Idea of offending Br- Lilian of the Danville News wbeo we called him professor and referred to him as a pill maker Of cour we should have Bald major aod spoken of him as the sole proprietor i of tbe biggest drug store la Little Britain We will be more cautious hereafter He says we attempt to dodle tho Issue by not publishing a few flit ures he claims to have the patent right on and which he thinks are proof con I elusive that primaries are wrong aod conventions are right We wllliliadly print his figures or almost anything be wants provided he furnishes a dla gram with the figures If he will graot us juat one request which Is oxpla how good a democrat as he Is can tear his nether garments for a gentleman who supports democratic nominee only when It pleases him to do so Do this Major and forward your all tore and explanation of them and we will print them In bold type top of column and next to reading matter We fought the battle with Goebel aod Bryan and so did Robt Hardlngsaj the major If he has time and caoI do so will he please tell which arm Mr Harding was In when he was battling In the Goebel campaign DIdn Mr Robert Barding help Taylor by fusing to support the lamented Goebel The mage knows he did and wollI drop the subject for all time to come If he will deny the charge Nover mind Major about our hurting ourselves with either tbe druggists or newspapermen If telling the truth damages us la the eyes of those professions we cheerfully say let uer go Gallagher IN the history of lads there Is nnth ing that can compare In magnitude with tbe rise and fall of the bicycle I9ceotv bero was presented coromer tit evidence of the decline which has been a matter of every day obaerva ciao The bicycle trust legally entl tied the American Bicycle Co which was created to conserve what was left of the business of making and selllni of wheels has asked for the appoint ment of a receiver In order that its af- faire may be wound up The application cites that in the last three years the sales of wheels have declined 80 per cent anti it was a year or more earlier that the business was at its be8tI The Important drop had the suddenness of the banana peel One day every body was awbeel Persons who wereI enthusiastic wheelmen are unable to give any reason why they quit aodI stored their costly machines with theI roller skates health lift machines blue glass windows and other relics of aban doped manias Obey can only say that while wheeling still appears to them as a rational form of exercise and pleas ure nothing could Induce them to take hold of the handle bars again There may be a future for tbe bicycle The former manufacturers now have time to philosophize and they maintain that the machine Is too useful to be perma nently discarded Perhaps some future generation may find wheeling profitable both as a matter of pleasure and of business but It Is safe to say that the great body of those who have had their day with It can never be Induced to renew their Interest HON RICHARD OLNEY former sec rotary of State In a speech before tbe Boston democratic club said that as the result of 40 years partnership of the republican party with protected Industries both public officials and individ uals regarded themselves as above the law He cited Secretary Shaws deal loge with Wall street and President Roosevelts effort In the coal strike As to the latter Mr Olney commended the motive but criticised him for plac fog himself as president In a position to be Insulted Mr Olney spoke of the l coal operators as persistent and un Iblushing lawbreakers OIL has takenplace coal In upwards of 2000 homes In San Fran cisco It is said that some of the big oil concerns arc ready to contract for a year for the lighter oil for ranges and t stoves at the rate of tour cents a gallon delivered But there are tbe in surance and the danger phase to be considered Yet these can be oven come by our resourceful people if they are pushed to It Tbe registration JfLoul villa a total ofabout with a debo cratlc of 3000 over the repub team and independent v6te kiIu Samuel P Jesse has bead appointed postmaster at Terrell Madison county Gen James F Smith of Callfon has been appointed a member of tbo Philippine commission IN a royal quarrel at the court of Ser via a few days ago Queen Drsga boxed toe ears of her Imperial husband mng Alexander In the presence of his courtiers The queen is much older tban the king and when a woman ventures to raise a boy by marrying him she takos for granted the privilege of pamperl or punishing him as tbe exigencies or the case may demand- ADDITIONAL LOCALS NEW line of chamber sets at Far e Si Cofl TltEADEASY hoes for ladles sold by J PJones TUG Hill eleven defeated the graded school team 25 to 10 at foot ball Frldav afternoon A NUMBER of farmers post their lac a this issue It costs only 25 cents Want yours posted CONSIDERING the inclement weath tbe court crowd yesterday was a lard e one Business generally was good THOMAS CECIL died at MllleJgevllle Friday evening aged 88 The remains were taken to Danville for Internet RAIN knocked out Mr George R Englemans sate Saturday and he post poned It until next Friday Oct 17 See ad YOUR city taxes are now duo and you aro requested to pay them at once Six per coot will be added Nov 1 R C Jones city collectoritTOE L N will sell round trl tickets to Louisville at pre fare Oct lOth and for No 20 on the morning of the 21st good to 24th on account of the Masonic Grand Lodge meeting DICK formerly blacksmlt of Danville was knocked In the head Saturday night by Dan McCormIck tear Shelby City Ho died yesterdayI lornlng McCormick is in TOE members of the Warren Grig by Chapter U D C made about 135 io their splendid dinner served In the severance store room yesterday They have almost raised the 5100 they pledg ed for the Confederate homo to their redit be it said OWING to the rain of Saturday Geo W Kings sale near Preachersvllle did not take place but will occur next bursday lUth commencing promptly at 0 A M Besides Mr Kings live ock his neighbors will have consider Ible cattle etc there to sell BARN BURNED L G Goochs barn at Waynesburg burned Saturday The fire is supposed to have originated by some boys smoking cigarettes tbe barn Lot of hay was destroyed E B Caldwells store came very near Slog burned Mr Goochs loss 1- 8about 1500IBENEDICT Mrs Thomas Benedict died at her home near Moreland Mon 1y morning and will be burled tblI ternoon Besides her husband seven small children are left to keenly feel the waot of a mothers tender love Mrs jnedlct was a daughter of Mr Nathan alden She was about 37 years old- a1d a strict member oftho Baptist lurchSPEAKINGCoogreesman G G GIl- bert will speak at Crab Orchard Tuesday Oct 21 at Oltenhelm Wednet day Oct 22 at Waynesburg Tours day Oct 23 All of these appointments will be at 1 oclock He will speak at- tbe courthouse hero at 7 oclock Thursday night Oct 23 Hon R C Warren will accompany Mr Gilbert in this county and will also speak Time wills of Mrs Dr W B OBan noo and Miss Emily Dudderar were probated yesterday The former leaves her entire estate to her husband The latter asks that her debts be paid and- that 135 be paid for amonument to her- seU After this she bequeaths her lusebold furniture to Mrs Mary SUe- 8an Warren and divides the remainder of her effects between Mrs Warren and- re Chloe E Murphy The latter ap pJlots Mr John N Menefee executor DR W P BenW a on the train with Dr W P Harvey of the W stern Recorder the other day ha- told us that he has dedicated during the past 25 years over 100 churches aDd- bas neyer dedicated one In debt Tbe- firlt church he dedicated was ItHeb- ron in Garrard county Be preached the dedicatory sermon of the Preach erevl1le Baptist church a few years RilO- aod succeeded in raising enough mon ov at the servlcesto liquidate the large debtedneas Dr Harvey was on his way to a Baptist Association bold this carat Barbourvllle and was returning from tine held at Clinton Ho goes to- them all and does good work for his paper at each of them Dr Harvey tho father inlaw of Mr W C Bell candidate for circuit Judge and Is nat rally very much Interested in his race SaldhoIII didnt want Con to run for- tbe office but now that be has aonoun- cled f want him to win and from what I r I believe he will do io The doctor Is almost us good a democrat at rlsa Baptist and be rarely 4f ever Us to stamp under ttie roosler A 14 EAR OLD daughter of Peto Coffey colored died In Dooleyvl1le Friday of typhoid fever A OOOD uptodato book and job printer can get a steady position by ap plying to this office at once Toknow the whero abouts of Charlie Chambers son of John Chambers Mrs Nannie E Chambers Maywood Ky 3t OUR friends f foereT P Tuttle of tboTurnersvllIo section and Jobo T Blanks of Hubble brought us In yesterday some curiosities in 1mmeOie onions and apples Neon Level Green Rockcastlo couo ty Mrs Andrew Dose died from two shots through her brain Her bU8bond claims that be bad gone from his bouilo to gather chestnuts and heard sbots On returning to tho house he found his wife dying The doctor called in says he found no powder burns on tbo corpse No weapon was found near tho body A LAROE crowd beard lion J Wit lard Mitchells magnificent speech It the courthouse yesterday He dldlfot mention his own race for attorney ten oral but made a splendid plea for tbe election of lion Geo G Gilbert Mr Mitchell Is an exceedingly fluent peak or and his effort hero yesterday made him friends galore He Is one of the most active young democrats in theI State and has been a valiant worker for the party since he was old enough to vote lIon R C Warren followed Mr Mitchell and urged the democrats to get to work and roll up a large major ty for Gilbert THIS AND THAT Charles G Dale a New York ban or suicided J G Kollums dropped dead In Bell county He was 60 years old In Grainger county Tenn CharU Davis shot and killed John Brogan Four bodies stolen by ghouls wore round and Identified In Indianapolis James R Bush sold to Sam McDowell of Boyle 18 stoppers at 31 to 4c Edward Krantz hung himself In tbe belfry of a church In Washington City Counterfeit American silver dollar are in circulation In the Philippines Russell Sage the great New York inancler will curtail bis ouslness ac pities He is SO A E Hundley Ben Brlghtand Mack Moore have bought the imported horse belch for 3000 A sheriffs pose with bloodhounds Is sarchlng for a tramp who assaulted a little girl In Iowa E E Nelson and P Woesner hare urchased tbe Williamsburg electric ll ght plant for 85000 A A Surber S Cos store at Sheiby CIty was robbed of a lot of wearlni apparel Saturday night Over 160000 was subscribed for mis slon work at two meetings of tho Chris tlao Alliance In New York Evan elo De Rlgo an Italian with of any known motive shot and killed ooe man and fatally wounded two otb- ers at Uockvllle Center L I Advices from Washington are to the feet that the coal strike Is practically at an end that Morgan and President assail of the Pennsylvania railroad have Informed the coal operators that Lbey must make concessi- onsESTRAYED A dehorned brlndlo steer weighing lundai has mark of green on back stween hipeAny Information thankfully celved Will Embry Lancaster Ky POSTED I We whose name below strictly rbld hunting fishing or any kind at esapaaalng on our places and will prole- cute violators to the full extent of the J Nevln Carter 1 W Carter James McCormack J F Oovcr Mrs Maggie Bibb Jamea N Cash PUBLIC SALEOf Land Stock Crop Household and Kitchen Furniture Oa Friday October 17 ire will at out home at Turneravllle sell the following learlInKibrood sons mares ness 1 good 2yearold hone 1 extra good mare mule wagon 4000 pounds of tobacCo In the barn 200 shocks of odder 00 shock sugar cane lot ot farming 1m ementa household and kitchen Bale to begin promptly at 0 oclock orals made on of tale Logan LoI Mrs L Lew- isPUBLIC SALEi ON TUESDAY OCTOBER willI offer for sale or rent my handsome home Ulchland Residence and my farm o 125 acres more or less located on Huston vllle and Mlddleburg pike 2X miles from lutouTtlle This farm Improvements II one of the most desirable homes In the iunty convenient to a good public school irelllDg la a modern twostory frame build lag containing 7 rooms and hall and all scesiaty outbuildings In good repair good cistern at doors See variety of fruit at- all 100 acres In blnegraaa remainder In cultivation Nover falling water teaclag In good repair Also will sell 20 or 20 acre of Knob land located 2X miles trom- the farm The following stock will alao be laid 21 bead yearling cattle 15 calves a bonch of nice atock ewes S good milk cows 10 head of hogs 4 head of horses 7 good Iboats 75 barrels corn good two hor u wag- oa and harness fine carriage double hare aeas and pole also single harness and shafts tor same buggy spring wagon buckboard aad some tarrnlng Implements TraMLOu real estate onethird cash lance and i years to suit the purchaser and all sums over 110 payable In National Daak of Hnstonvllle l Sala to begin WILLIAM UUNN T D English Auct q fV all Vl V0X V X i el V tt St ftt V ft tt el i tt tt i f v I IK i The Grand4 Leader T j i V This fall tho Grand Leader is malting special inducements to the trn 1ofi Our lines represent the foremost manufacturers of this and foreign conn AI- 1ail trice lire r vti tnn1f uptodntc ourl the quality the highest standard On1 i prices uro as low n8 it is possible to soil the high gtndo of goods that wo V Cilice on our counters Wo ask of you to inspect our goods and prices j vf and we feel assured that your verdict will be as ours The best goods for less money than elsewhere Come in at any time you are always welcome I 7 t l i TRADE BRINGERS IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT i 1 Ia o- e 38iuch Melrose in ml blue gray anti black ntr nor yard it 44inch Serge strictly nil wool the 75c kind at per yard I 38 inch nil wool Broadcloth the 75c l kind nt per jard Etnniinc 44inch yard Broadcloth sow S 75 I tl a Our Corset Department rcplcto with seasons newest shapes The inew J C dip corset prOIIOLII1CCd nIl to be finest made ut 100 The I lexlboue straight front long hip u1 fine 125 s is a beauty have a boned front corset at COc that f wonder The Model Plexibono stout figures at 150 guar i i autced unbreakable Other makes and kinds from up to See them I s i Our lino consists of largo and varied stocks of ginglloll11 calicooe outlnS flannels allwool J flannel eautbn flannel perches shlrtinS comforts blnnkctJl mono boys r lshOs men s nllll lwys underwear mons and ladies furnishing goals ladtea ist fr made skirts trunks vnliea and telescopes dismember our prices are n1a11 right rand if sntisfied we money for the nskiug f i THE GRAND LEADER f Zf tS 0 HAYS LEVY S B LEVY Manager e i ft e I THE Joseph Price Infirmary II i open all the year for the treatment at giirglcat and chronic diseases and for con Hoard and nursing shall be cad In advance and monthly Profei atonal bills Sue are rendered and must be paid promptly RENT I desire to rent my property altuateU on Someroct street H mile from town coallt Ing ot dwelling ot seven rooms beside and servants room and a line col lar smokeboute chicken house coal bom and a good stable and 10 acres ot land I hydrant one In the yard and one tor stock welt cistern combined near the door for Said property la rood repairJAS DAILK 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Officaln Masonic SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts all In States and Courts Collections made and promptly remitte- dDISSOLUTION The majority of the stockholders ot the Near k Oas Co have decided to close Ita and wind Its attain All persons having claims against It wll present them to the undersigned Bept 13 1002 FORESTCH Rein Pres J M 1cnos See To the Coal Consumer I Having bo outIliggins k Sims tho coal dealell we are now to turnlh- the people of Stanford Dd surrounding the best of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your and corn In exchange tor coal at the price We sollcl ycur trade and guarantee weight tor Orders at coal houseyour money phone 41 or stable No 0e Boone c Dunavezxi STR WORD KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer private aale my property situated on the north of Main oa east side of College street In Hustonvllli Ky consisting of end livery table and vacant lot This property Is well art ranged for hotel or boarding house livery stable on same a nice barn 5i75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purpose va cant lot for private If desired Everlasting water abundance Property Is well arranged for private residence ant Is now rented for that It you want good paying property la UutonllIe call on or 0 Carpenter Huaton vlllo Ky Traylor RiCt DEALERS III Whlsku Winos Beer Glaars Etc KYIPrompt and roUtt attention Nothhigbutlbibee to drink Mall rhoDe er telgnpb order rtctlv 48c I I 490149c 40 inch black only tho 62 kind nt por yanl Zobollinc black only tho 8225 kind nt per 54inch tho 125 kind nt per yard D i is the C hip the by the a new Coutillat 1Vo genuine straight is Va XXX of for 25c 2 tiro fall ladies nllllcllilt1rcuf clothing boots tailor she return your i Props i ultatlon weekly when services FOR kitchen BROWN Bldg bnslneaa up country brands market Boones livery ant having livery address Brandu rromptaneetleL I i ICnn and sec what 4 wo 110II r for birthday wedding otc Our new selection ISilorwnre fors manp suggestions IiI I Watches Bud Clocks EtcI J I W H MUELLER We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on 1 receiving the ideal service they got here with out insisting The public at large is not one half as particular as wo arc in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate fill ing of thoir prescriptions In tho buying selling or compounding of drugs we never Igncss Wo make sure that everything is right in every particular to us Pennys Drug Store 98ct Stanford Ky FOR 1 FURNITUREthat I all grades of Wall Taper llnJ91 and pictures BuildinglI call on tho Withers Furniture Ito G L Carpenter Proprietor r 1 Dr l Goldstein will bo at the VERANDA MOTEL WBflnesflairITuuistlaUODt IS tIBII OFFICE HOURS 0 A M TO4rtM Continuously for the put 25 years Dr GoldstelntheTwell known physician and mactical optician of Louisville Hy has visited Stanford Isle reputation is es tabllshedtand MB work has riven entire MtHfiWoB h patleatstJl overthe L State Take advantage ofbls skill il you iwwf III ecrltiet 11 DANVILLE KY 1 1 New York Office I377 Broadway I Our Second Stock I OFCCloaks And Suits Our buyer has just returned from n special Clonk nUll Suit trip to New York While there 1hesecured n great many entirely now ideas and in Cloaks Most of these hail just made their appearance in New York and will be found dilVorent from any that you will sec MONTE CARLO COATS in cloth AVO show in groat variety of styles and color at all I prices from G to 25 Different from what youwsee at homo SILK AND VELVET COATS at 15 1750 19 and on up to 15 Not just one or two but at least 25 to select from Both medium and long lonths and every one made within the t jInst10 days in Petit York City If you are go ing to buy a nico wrap yon should certainly look 1ntour now lino Wo will please you and save you money OUR MISSES AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS Both Roofers and Long Monte 4Carlos in all colors and qualities from 1 to 18 V Tf TJaorec cJuto Many excellent new styles and shapes in moss mat5J5 We call especial attention to tho tailoring of our suits and invito a critical inspection J gall and Winter fats Wo still have on sale 300 ladies and childrens hats qt every price from 75 to 25 Wo are thoIonly house in Central Kentucky that carries a line of hats front Phipps Atchison BrLichenstein Herni Bendel These are IlencterB of styles for not only tho U S but priI is a distinction and style about thorn that makes their wearers very comfortable and they meImade so well that they present the same appearfance at the end of the season as at the SPECIALSLong Chains of Real Coral 50c Long Cho nstf of Roman Pearls 1 Italian Silk Blankets with fancy Roman Stripes 1 New silk bodice nmlJBelts at 75c 1 and 150 Fleeced 1Postillion waists 30c to 75c yard White and Oxfords at 75c Tti f KYDANV THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 14 1002 In ailing your prescriptions wo use proportlonsnot do better If yon paid ue double Lb price which Is alwaVa reasonable Pen cvfl Drug Store PERSONALS MR S R COOK has had another attack of asthma OHO D FLORENCE will return to WedneadapT Pro H C Eubank lived only two days Miss DELL FELAND has returned from a visit to frIends In Loulevllle REV 8 M RANKIN went to Lex Ington yesterday to attend tho Svnod- C D REID of Louisville spent Sunday with the homefolks at Hustonvlllo MRS W S WlOHAM of Moroland was severely hurt In a runaway Satur dayMR J A McRonRRTS and wife Lebanon Junction are with relatives bore MRS LEN SHANNON of Junction ity Is very low with tvpbomalarlal laver MRS A E GIUUONS of Danvlll- pents several days with Mrs W Smith drEdwardsSiufloy MR T M PENNINOTON Is visiting his daughter Mrs C T Thompson In Fayetto CHARLES DAVIS of the East End las been presented with twin boys b j hIs wile MR J D PAXTON continues it Mr Paxton and little Josephine ar both bettor MR R HOSHSSTKIN of Frankfort foasNew York StoredMIt AND ford are visiting Mra John D Feeny Lex Democrat Miss KATE REDD of Crab Orchard has become a student of tbo S B M S Mountain Democrat MR JOHN S WELLS wife and pretty daughter Mary Manlcr were from Danvlllo Sunday Miss ELLA DUNN of Brodhcad w here a short while Friday en route cDRranda Hotel Wednesday and Thursdayi Oct 15 and 16two days only Miss FLORENCE MYERS returned Friday from Louisville and other poise where she has been visiting MR J V ARNOLD of Stonega Va i spent Saturday and Sunday with hit le qMRSvisiting her father Mr T M Penning gMRSParksvlllc spent Sunday and paste day with the family of Mr C M Ware FELIX MYERS of Texas is at the Cover Bouse Crab Orchard with bis brother Stewart Myers who continues very 11- 1Miss POLLY TRAYLOR of Caldwell College Danville spent a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs John Traylor MRS E H BEAKLEY and little daughter Josephine went to Jessa mine yesterday to visit Mrs J fl Turner MR AND MRS C W LOVELL have returned to Stanford attar a pleasant visit with Mrs Wm Dawes Somerset Republican C L DAWES will move hIs family to Science Hill this week Stanford peo plo generally glvo this clever family up with much regret MR T C JASPER of Piano Texas hows confidence In the cheapest and best by forwarding his check to pay or It until July 41004 Mn G D McCOLLUM the genial proprietor of tho McCollum Hotel Junction City was here yesterday at left a nice order for stationery MR T H SHANKS has return rom Ann Arbor Mich whore bo we attend the law school but was tak Bo Is doing as well as could be o MESSRS A T TRAYLOR and John H Woner left yesterday to attend grand lodge meeting of Odd Felio at HopklnsvIHe Mr A C Sloe will leave tonight to join them MR BLAND BALLARD and family Danvlllo Mr Pal Ballard and wife Kansas and Mrs W R Dllllon Livingston spent Sunday with Mr a Mrs Joseph Coffey at the Veranda Ho tel THIS office had a pleasant call F day from Squire John Balmy and A Benedict of Springfield The ter brought us a sample of yellow corn the ears of which aro something less than a yard long MR H C KINO who has for the past year had charge of the job partment of this paper left 8eturd for Lexington where ho will continue the printing business As a job prl er the State has no better and aa a R tleman wo recommend him quite as highly The I J force from the editor to the devil Raga this One fellow worker up with great reluctance would gladly welcome him back to old Job LOCALS BRICK for sale W IL Shanks MORE now lamps FarrIs k Co- NE v fleeco lined plquo at J P Jones FareREAD the Grand Leader advertise moot this week ealdto beunusually plentiful this year WANTED to buy a second hand typewriter This ofllco fofTim L willgives o its last II roundtrip rate to Cincinnati next Sun diy AT the meeting the a padr LADIES wishing comfort and style Treadeaeyr IrTilE best display of fancy heating stoves and coal vases ever brought to Stanford You should see them Hlg tIn McKinney CoTcounty and that company may take Its illing outfit to that oil Hold MINSTRELS COMING Lew Tfgnors great minstrel combination will hold the boards at Walton Opera House Friday night Oct 24 This Is one of the very boat minstrel shows on the road and a largo house should greet them 1Tllechildren will enjoy themselves for tbo oext two weeks and every nick le they can get their hands on will go r riding on the Jlylng dutchman eter Fred Rosa and L G Vanars ata of Harrodsburg hero planted on coloredlpublica very line machine and the way they are raking In the shekols with It Is a caution DUDDERAR Miss Emily Dudderar reaged 02 died at Mr Walter S War rene Thursday evening after a two oftoafter services by Rev D J ose Friday afternoon Miss Dudderar was a most excellent woman and In her death this section loses one who was over ready to attend the bedside of tho sick or the wants of tho distressed 3ho was a beautiful Christian and the Methodist church here has lost a valuable member Miss Dudderar Ire expressed a willingness to eet her Maker anxious for that teat which surpataoth Ml understanding was a slater of Col W Huff Dud and much sympathy is felt for him in his lots JONESMr B F Jones formerly of this place died at Hartwell 0 Thursday after a long Illness of cancer and bis remains were Interred at North MIddletown Saturday after services by Rev Reynolds of the Christian church His son John P Jones of t his place hurried to his bedside on receipt of a telegram tolling of his sera and was shocked to gad on his ar rival that his father was dead Mr Jones was OS years old and bad been a member of the Christian church since his boyhood He was a regular attend ant at that churchs services during his sojourn hero and the members and oth ors remember him as a most valuable and active member His aged wife also well remembered here la still liv I ng but tho Irreparable loss she has just sustained will more than likely shorten her days Friends ot our towns roan deeply sympathize with him In tho lose of a mot excellent father lb1YERSMr W wart died atda agedntyears ago a Drxare left to mourn tho loss of a kind and In dulgent father Dr Myers was at his butxewas privi logo Mr Myors was connected with the Wrought Iron Rtnge Co of St madeofmanJers came to not feeling well he told a number of duorlnotatwas Mr Cnrtls Cover and his excellent wife and their attention to him during his long Illness greatly increased his ad miration for them His remains will afterayThere will be no services Following JamesB0F Gummier James F Holdam James White and James Jones The honor pall beareribn chose are Col W EdIBCurtis Cover oChange You- rAppearance = ilL J A NEW HAT WILL DO IT etilfraro uing and foot as comfortable as n soft lint Wo have soil hats in nil of tho nowect 0ehapee sad shades from 1 to S3 Now shipment received today Como in and inspect thorn l H I Cummins McClary q What We Keep liens suits boys suits 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 yam socks cotton socks fleeced socks hosiery neckwear suspenders cult buttons collar buttons shoe polish umbrellas handkerchiefs mufflers gloves trunks valises laces cork solos wool soles collars cuffs garters overalls Terms Cash H J McRobertsI t i Special Aiiouncement I Just arrivedand wo arc ready to show the Fashions for Fall and Winter in Jackets Coats if Capes Monte Carlos for this FursI1benutiful and the prices 4 inr i garments r l I laSOils New Stopschi i1 J J J i JOHN BRIGHT JR a Otit Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswnro all kinds of Garden andeField Seeds Lime Salt and Cement ttCRUPLEYT- he Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Good Warranted Fit Guaranteed Girre I11EaCllll NICE FARM FOR SALE I de lre to sell farm of 60 acres fast outside or the town limits It is one or the prettiest homes around Stanford and II twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights fenclogc1aterntdocmllatbOUleand see thenlace J S Hundley Stanford 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xnlcrtd n the poUoffiee at Stanford a itondclatt matter i bUahdtUve and liidval- T 1 PER YEAR CASH Whenot iopsldB300 wilt blcbfled I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION 024 Train going North 1143 a m 024II It II iiiiiitiiiiiiiiitm 3Sn a r 0X3 South 12H am No23 W52 pm For all Polnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoiYleaTW Stanford at L bStam No l5arrlTes at Stanford MS a m e 21 leare SUn ford st SSO pin A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky 0eevr UcBotxrUDrng Store In th Owiley I Building R A JONES i DENTISTStanford Ky OfiiCf over Hlggtns A McKlnneys Ston Telephone No 01 H CaNE WLA ND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offer his services to the people of Lincoln and adjolnlngconntle NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W11V8E A SN Prors JUNCTION CITY KY metClaesTnrnoatReasonable Rates Special Attention to and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters neetall trains = 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hones and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A MQBOURNELancastera Offers hisiser vices ash uotoinr tothe people of Lincoln County Re please both in work and price Write to him JC+ McG1RY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In FARNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky Jr La Beazley CoJ Undortakors and- Embalmers aUO DBAUUI ix FstrnltureDfattingsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for kinds of Stock Giro them a call PriCM right ITAWrORD KENTUCKY MACK COC RAN Seldom has the city of Peabody I Kansas been called upon to bear such a sudden shock and universal sorrow al was caused by the announcement of tho death of Mack Cochran which occurred on the night of Oct 3rd In Gutb rlc Oklahoma whither ho had gone on businessHo his home in Peabody apparently In most excellent health in tbe flush and glamour of young manhood He knew of no threatening malady y et death which loves a shining mark claimed him as its own In the twlnk ling of an eye Ho was found as Wal poor Jonathan upon the mountains If Gilboa stilt and stark on the moron following his arrival In Guthrie as tbe result ot a bronchial hemorrhage Bo was a nephew of Mr Mack Huffman of this place for whom he was named Mack as ho was famllllarlv called was known to every grown person and to nil the children of his native town the highest regard of his acqualntanc was always accorded him ho was tbelr friend tried and true and It is no wonder then the community was cast In gloom because of his sudden demise He was in his 29th year was a gradate of the Chicago Law School a cui tured Christian gentleman of fine buel nees qualities an amiable companion Of unimpeachable integrity To his father and mother to wbom he was as loving and dutiful as a son could bethe principles which actuated and controlled his exemplary life wero to give pleasure and comfort to them his lose will be a hard blow and to tiem his life in the disposition of DI- vine Providence finished and unfinls ed will seem to have closed In the pc rlod when his usefulness was just be ginning For them and his sisters nODC but the deepest sympathy felt and InI this comfortless hour many hearts abe for their burden of grief Commissioners Sale ot a Fine Boyle Goinitu Farm ON MONDAY OCTOBER SOTH At II M sharp at the Court Homo door The farm li 6 H miles West of Danrlllo and 3 miles East ot Pcrryvllle directly on tho pike Contains 206 acres mostly cultln ting land a new t room 2story tram dwelling with all necessary outbulldlug abundance of water and an excellent neigh or address D II JUSOAID- Danvl11o Ivy For Sale Privately My near Turnersvlllo on Stan ford and llustonvlll pike consisting ot 1J acre of land comfortable dwelling of Ix rooms and necessary outbuildings Fate garden some fruit a sprint In yard In lialfmlle of church school and toflce two dally mall In splendid neighborhood For further par apply to Mrs S L Lewis Turners villa Ky PUBLIC SALE ON FRIAY OCTOBER 17 1002 at 10 oclock sharp my mue rass farm of 160 acres situated In Lincoln county on Lincoln nod Boyle turnpike road 2 mile from Shelby City and t mile trom Danville Schools churches and pottoOlcoconnnlcnt- The farm li well Improved on a 3000 residence with modern conveniences all necessary outbuilding On the place are enough locust trees to fcnco 500 acre farm Splendid orchard and water In every fields large amount of land adapted to the growing of hemp At same time and place will sell tuck eoniUtlng of cattle hone mule holts also crop Three extra milch- cow will be sold Among other thing an brood mares 3 mule 3 geldings good work horses fat hog stock hog 40 acre- corn In hock millet hay number yearling cattle locust post farming Implement and household good this farm are 00 acre which can be purchased and the two combined would make a most desirable farm Terms liberal and made known on day of lale O R ENOLEMAN T D English Anc Shelby City Ky PUBLICSALE Desiring to dissolve partnership and engage In other business wn on WEDNESDAY OCTODER 15TH At our home near Pe ton Well 7 inllei West of Stanford and miles North of Mc Kinney offer at public outcry to the bet ildder the following stock crop and Imple nents 761 bale of timothy hay 318 bush Is oau half interest In acres of corn and odder ugar cane hay In stack Also 23 read 1000pound steers 32 head 500pound calvCl 12 700pound yearlings S cows uckling calve 40 bog 108 ewes family mare 4yearold combined mare 3year old harness mare 1 horse colt a yearold Oily brood mare 4yearold horse 5 earold mare mule 3yearold hone nude pair yearling mare mules 2 two one wagons drill disc harrow twohorse sled twohone planter 2 towers hay rake plows harrow er Implements too numerous to mention 2 lets harness Columbus buggy Meyer buckboard set extra hoary wagon harness 2 eatingstoves shotgun 2 saddle lot of low gear and harness new Singer Sewing machine and a lot of furniture TEHMS All sums under ItO cash over that sum 60 days credit or bankable note rearing 6 per cent Interest from day o- fIle L P k A R MJNNELLEY T D English And Very Cheap FarmO- N EASY TERMS This a farm of 145 acres located 5 mile from Stanford It 1s within one mile of a HtoQlce church school store mill cheese factory and nears Gorman settlement The farm Is well preserved and improved and contains a large amount of fine saw timber The Improvement consist of a good frame welling house with 5 large room a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra good frame with cattle sheds Itachod and especially arranged for curI- ng tobacco other a log stable and agon shed combined also a hennery a ooko house and corn crib There Is a line young orchard bearing a mall vineyard ofIled with novtrfalllng springs and two cls The owner Is a nonresident and offers this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particulars call on or Idres L R Hughes Kecy Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford LIn- coln County Kentucky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Attend Geo R Englemana sale next FridayM Farris bought 40 cattle hero yesterday at 3 to 4c L L Doty sold to Fox fc LOla n three mules for 8325 Lyon S Ilunn bought hero yesterday six horses at 140 to 8100 Oxen and sheep fatten better in company than when kept alone James McCormack bought of A C Hill 20 175 pound hogs at 60 J F Adams bought of John Richardson two mule colts for 195 T J Hill Sr sold to James McCormick 10 212pound hogs at 6c Ltlburn Gooch sold to Sweeney Mor gan 15 1150pound cattle at 4e E P Woods J Sons sold to R E Goddard a colt by Red Leaf for 812 George W Jones sold here yestc day 45 yearling and two year olds at 3 to 4o Wanted to feed 700 or 800 shocks of corn to cattle C L Crow Walnut Flat KySE P Woods sold to George Mori son of Iowa the threeyear old jack R H Datson for 8125 A hogshead ol line cigarette tobacco sold at 140 50 per bundred In Louisville breaking tho record O A Robinson of Garrard boug of Young S Alexander ot Durkesvlll yesterday 50 slop cattle at 3o Read tho sale ad of D H Inn clds One farm near Perryvlllo It will be told at auction at Danvll Monday Tames F Caldwell who made hundreds of thousands of dollars as tbe prince of starters II died worth leu than 81000 Lost a red and white spotted cot with white star in lane no horns Left a month ago Reward John Hatsocl Hates Well 2t The great Onward is dead Ho sired 121 trotters and 31 pacers in the lists Onward ranked among the grates sires of the day Lot of nice yearling two and three yearold cattle for sale Also wagon pbu ton and walnut olllce desk Will also rent my farm J S Hundley Ed R and H M Prewltt bought In Virginia 150 1030pound feeding cattle which cost them 64 40 at home The also bought 32 1100pound feeders 01 Emmett Nelson at fI50Advocate- WANTEDClover Seed We pay more for Clover Seed than any house We stand ready to provo this Get prIces from others then see us Wi Ire not commission buyers Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky Gt COURT DAYYesterday was a bin lay with the cattle dealers and a great er portion of tho 425 cattle on- ti market sold There were 300 at I M Hnicoi pane and all changed hands but 40 Prlce8 ranged from 21 to 41c Ailed mules sold at tttS to 835 mule colts 841 to 805 horses 855 to 8S5 slop cattle hrought3 40 butcher stuff 21 to 3ic There were 125 at A B Florences pent tad most all were disposed of Feeders rought 4c heifers 3c milk cows 830 to 135 Odds and Ends The hair of the head grows faster In summer than in winter A man should weigh 20 pounds for every foot of his height The eel baa two separate hearts One eats 60 the other 160 times a minute To prevent stockings wearing at the heels line tho backs of shoes with piece of black velvet The cost of firing a single shot from a 10 inch gun would pay a private Brit Isb soldier Jor the years More steel is used In the manufacture of pens than In all the sword and gun factories in the world The Mexican National narrowguage railroad which with its branches ex ends over 1200 miles has not killed a pa eDger lor over 20 years Wages of the working people of the United Kingdom according to oClcIal statistics showed a decrease of 87020 000 last year compared with the pre eatng year Describing mUflt candidates the untaylllc Ala Democrat calls at ntlon to the fact that Smith tbo Republican candidate for govenor of- tbat State Is making speeches against the negro dlafranchising amendment while Lane the Republican ctnlldnte for lieutenant governor is making eeches in its favor The Republi caDS generally seem to be at cross lestioni Some are making speech es for and some against the tariff A house divided against Itself shall not Rtand and the G O P may have to reo The advance of half a cent per gallon In the prIce of oil Is doubtless occasion ed by the increased demand for it as a substitute for fuel In this way tbe- cost of the strike in the anthracite tnca is distributed throughout the country A larger sum of money oes- IDto the bands of a giant monopoly It- addl to the misery of the situation tbat- thls money contribution comes mainly out of the hands of the poor Cider In the jlmmyjnhn Possums gettln ripe Backlog In the chimney An a Corn Cob Pipe Atlanta Constitution The duel in the dark WitS a favor ite with duelists Two men were locked in a dark room Itndcrawled- stelIthlly from corner to center until some false step made one ot targetfor blade Life Ia duel in the dark with disease One false one mistake and the attack comes swift and sudden The mistake which commonly the way for an attack by is neglect of symptoms 0 stomach trouble When eating by undue full ness belchlnl sour or bitter etc disease a attacking the stoma lue best Way to frustrate such an at tack is to use Dr Picrces Golden Med- Ical Discovery It cures diseases of the stomach an other organs of digestion and nutrition and the body strong and healthy was suffering wry much with my heed ant stomach write Mrs W C Oil Wcliloi Shelby Co Ala head was so dizzy when raise up In bed would sll back Could eat but little In fact scarcely sny thing there teemed to be a heavy weight my stomach so I could not rent to belch vei often and would vomit un everything ate I was In a bad condition took four bo ties of Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discover and eve or his Favorite Prescription and am now well and hearty rclilke a new W0ll180 and cire Dr medicines credit for It an I had taken medicine front physicians wlthoi any benefit as I could see Dr Pierce Common Sense Medico Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamp to pay expense of mailing Sent 21 one ent stamps for the clothboundbook or 31 tamps for the Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Hp studied human nature till ho kDew It through and through Ho was great on reading faces and bls knowledge grew and grew He wrote 10 books on ethics that tbe critics read with awe He could skillfully Interpret Nature every mood and law He was listed with the wise ones wb bad cleared mistakes away Till a foolish little woman camo and smiled at him one day Other knew she only used him as a child would use a toy nut alas he never saw it and went crazy poor old boy Tbere was a young Mitt named Perkins Who was much addicted to gherkin She ate them with spice and all things nice And thus pickled her Internal work 101 In his speech at Chicago Gov Cum miDi said that oven If the band of God had drawn the Dlngley schedule Instead ot the gentleman from Maine let would regard them as excessive and tirl- ecetsary This Is pretty extreme but to is the Dlngley tariff CBSa e L XlnGTOn D m0tIRAC s the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It Is especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor WI Pe Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South Eat or West write us for rates and printed matter We can give you all the Information you want Queen Crescent Route is the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jackson vllle At ants Kuoxville Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points Dl rent line to and Porto RicoI S T Swirr P A T A Lexington W 0 RINEABSOV O P A Cincinnati J 0 Coxes D P A Chattanooga +NORTHBOUND Leave foreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 a m 120 p m II II 600 a m SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1150 p m Q 1127 ani Junction City 1135 am 111 7 am 805 p m V N Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids When the Uver Ii torpid and fait to do Its work the bile enters the blood as a virulent poison Then come constipation bUiousness sick headache fever and malaria The only treatment that rive the liver lust the right touch and start Natures work the right manner u DAVOJIS LIVER PILLS J ANDTOWC PELLETS The pin touches the liver and the pellets ions the system S3 dose tor S3 day eat a cents and ua law your cue la eiccedlngly b6do you S win bo wen before you finish them BirapU free For uteattall dealer i FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS ANDAT PENNYS DRUG STORE J CARSON PENCE DEALKUS IN i Carriages Buggies Phae f tons Wagons Buck i boards Harness Full anti complete stock of the above always 011 hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes t Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles V Bargain Sale Now On I Craig Hooker LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors J B Paxton 3 D Owsley tl Shank WJp Walker OeoJ W Carter Sneeeuor to The Farmer Hank A Trust Company and under laID mab continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capitol Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was orlglnal1yeatabUhed- a the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 18J8 then reorganized as the National Bank of and again reorltnlted Ithe First National Batk of Stanford In 1881 having had practically an uninterrupted existence It s better now with facilities for transact Inr ulnespromptlyand well than ever before In Its long career Recounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Farm for Sale Contain 130 acre of One Fork land and has It residence and outbuildings Is In a high date of cultivation and Is well fenced and watered Is known as the E T farm and Is In Turners vlllo neighborhood adjoining U H Cooper Richard illbb and W A Bogey Most of the land la In gran 8 M Owen agent for Un M E Young For Sale or Rent Property known as The Ittmctl Spring coniUtlug of acres Si In woodland and 19 under cultivation Improvements n 16 room hotel one cottage of 3 and another of 8 room furnished throughout and In good repair Near the hotel is a of cha Iooato water which has been analyzed and is known to have One medicinal properties The summer patronage Is good and the transient the year A One opening for an enterprising hotel man For further Information and terms address or call on Vaughan Graham Russell Springs Kentucky TIMBER LflND FOR SOLE In order to settle the parlnertbllbullnell of John lions Jr and J 0 Coulter Air Bonta having died last December we will sell 2700 acres of timber land In Adalrconn tyi Ky This 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 fields of Wayne county and Is exceedingly well- adapted for agrIcultural purposes AU of the Is In one body and It Is a bargain for some one For particulars apply to t J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M riardln Harrodiburg or Oscar lonta Faulkner Ky STitNFORDII JOfficersa u t J B OWSLEY Cashier W M BIUOHT Asst Cashier Officers J HOOKER Preat 11 MoROBERTS Chr W II WKAREN Du- peDlreolars F Reid Lincoln Co CoJCoJM n Elmore Stanford S H Raughman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 111 Ranchman Stanford W P Tate Stanford S rSmallSmall farm ot 20 acres on Hanging Fork hatwowateredGNo 1 Small Farm For Salt counlfarmCarpenter anJ others Improvement good I roona 110cooJbueeyhouM coal nJ woo house subl corn crlblorre stock barn tare tobacco barn uooJ ten fruitfinehome wilt and this a ti r lent that wul buy It Call on F P comVeiirVnll Ky 4 IEMEIyi13V That 6ocnllwl cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho prewmium may cost you a hundred a lose That only solid cash in eight and experienced management guarantee indemnityThat in the Home of New York can bo reliedon Jesse D Wearen Stanford tIxcliitlvo Agent for Lincoln as Zand Cmey Counties Keatuckyr