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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tsl3MI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALi JVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 9 A M NO 64 I OTHE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY lA I am a candidate for tbo democratic nomination for the ofllce of governor of Kentucky to be filled at the general election In HKKI When lo Juno 1800 you honored me with the nomination for attorney Ken oral It was my fixed purpose rover to agate bold or leek onice but at tbo close of the term to retlro finally from life I was elected but was pot permitted to serve out my term The methods by which I was ousted have altered that purpose and have Impelled me to atk from my party rUe dress not only for tbo privates wrong done to me but for the public outrage perpetrated through me upon toe law of the laod and the honor of the Stair t y Theo tnethoJ mutt yet be fresh in the memory of the people and I reed 1JI rrfer to them but briefly After tb- evotoeret catt In 1800 the State Cac vattlng Hoard whose duty It was dm- i ply to add together tbo election returns whether they were true or false Rove the certificates to the republican candidate These returns were be Moved and Indeed known to bo fraudu vi lent and false The democratic candl t dates loitltuted a coated the cards date for governor before the Leglila turn the candidates for the mloor i State ottlee before tbo contest board these being the specific and only trlbu oils provided by law for the trial and determination of these li uei William Goebel was justly adjudged to have been July elected governor of the State and shortly afterward was foully ata Inated Your candidate for the mi nor office upon full proof heard before tbo eontcit board were likewise de clared to have been legally elected The republican Incumbent defied this oeolelon and refuted to surrender the ofttcet and the democrats Invoking then as thor did throughout the whole I of this turbulent lerlodooly the peace ful remedlc of the law mil luted suit for poe lon These tutu wero ad- Judged In the Franklin circuit court In their favor The republican defendants In these action all of them save Jonly Judge Pratt the candidate for attorney general who apparently ao qulceced In the decliton of tbe lower court appealed to the court of appeal The controlling question to be decided was whether or cot the contest board was a valid and constitutional tribunal That question It was known had al ready been decided ID the adlrmatlvo In 16 separate judgments of our highest court four of which had been deliver I ed prior to the adoption of the present constitution and 12 since It was tbe well settled law of the land As was to have been expected tho tamo Judg moot was rendered on tbe appeals fro the Franklin circuit court The righ teemed at last triumphant and too democrats wero Installed In the office to which they had been lawfully elect cd yBut Judge Pratt acquiescence had i only been teeming and conditional There was a chance In tbo surprises of popular elections that the political complexion of the Court of Appeal mjjjhl be changed Ho bided hie time and his patience was rewarded In 1000 Judge ORear was elected to succeed Judgo Clazolrlgg and thus Ill majority of tbo Court was of the Re publican faith Then It was Judge Pratt discovered the Circuit Court to s ID error and then only ho decided qto appeal from Its judgment An ap peal withheld until this juncture was of Itself a reflection on this august court of lat resort but the reflection eecou to have been entirely jiutlQed by tho event At any rate tho law as ll had to often been declared was set aside the precedents of half a contury were overturned the Contest Doard was declared to be unconstitutional Its action far ai my case was concerned a nullity mo a usurper and Judge j Pratt entitled to the office ut Attorney t Generals I might easily have prolong r ed the controversy and have clung to the oBlco to the end of my term But such a course would have been Unseem ly In one who did not as I did not value oOlclal position altogether for position take In one who believed as I did In the exclusive jurisdiction of our State Courts over such matters or t In one who entertained as I did an Invincible bablt of obedience to the mandate whether right or wrong of the highest Court of flY sovereign State I preferred to surrender the cufco and I didso I preferred to car ry my appeal not to the Federal Court not to bayonets nor to the laws proverbial delays but straight to tbo Sovereign People and I own that I shall bo a proud and grateful man If tbo stone refused In my person by the builder shall In the generous right log of a wrong be male tbo tbcadsiooo of tbo Corner This frankly le tbo leading Incen tlva to my candidacy Yet I should bo sorry to have It thought the only one Apart from this I have tbo not Ignoble ambition to become the Governor of my State For more than a third of a century I have trained and fought toy ally In the rankiof the Democratic par ty 1 maY even claim without otlm I trust that I have rendered my coun try as well as my party some service I shall not conceal that a vote of con fidence and esteem from my party associates would In the now closing years of my life be most grateful to me Protestation ai to what I should do or attempt to do If honored by your nomination and election would bo Idle If not ridiculous Tbe past Is the only accepted sponsor for tho future If I have any honest zeal for tbo public good If Jam faithful to whatever trust may be reposed In me It I have capacity for public affair If In a word I possess such qualities as fit me to be your candidate mr pan Itfo should vouch for them all To that past as to an open book I beg to refer you Respectfully ROUT J BitnciciNitiDOK DANVILLE KY Oct 16th 1002 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wanted to feed 700 or 800 shock of corn to cattle C L Crow Walnut Plat Hy- Jockey Lucien Lrno has signed wltb the Kceoet at 120000 a year Ho will ride In Europe John C Pepplc has rented J H naugbmant farm near Preaobcrnvllle known as the Shanks place for 1908 Lost a red and white spotted cow with white star In face no horn Loft a month ago Reward John Hatiock Ualei Well St Eight maro mule three year old and 15 hands nigh and a three vearold lack for sale W C Floyd Ansel Pu task county Ky E A Smith sold to Sam Dell five steers that averaged 1100 pounds at 4to J W Smith told Mr Dell 30 at to Glasgow Time Mark Hardln bought of Geo Drvo 10 500pound yearlings at 114 and old them to C Vanoy at 115 He also pur chased five calves att780 FOR SALK A Jersey cow gives two gallons of milk a day Will soon be fresh With call to Dalley L McKIn ney Pedro D Frank Rout George P Morrison of Missouri has bought 15 Jacks In this section at 1125 tJlCOO We are told be paid J K Daughmao 1100 for his ODe jack Lot of oleo yearling two and three yearold cattle for laic Also wagon pbn lon and walnut olllco desk Will also rent my farm J S Hundley Government authorities quarantin ed against cattle of Clinton Wayne and Pulaski counties on account of the prevalence of splenic or Southern fe vcr H F Hlllonmerer S Son tbe relia ble Lexington nurserymen begin an andtyou write them W P Grimes sold 12 steer calve to Wood Walker at 117 50 James Nave has bcuight the Ike Arnold place near Paint Lick There are 160 acres and the price 12500Rocord- WA1TED Clover Seed Wo pay more for Clover Seed than any house Wo stand ready to provo this Got prices from others then see us We are not commission buyers Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky Ot Sam Foraylhe sold Simon Wolbl 70 fat Christmas cattle at Ole Wh O Ter buna and Jako Drown bought 13 yearling mules from Jesse Llttoy at tOO Sam Foraytho bought 80 25i lb bogs of Rufus and Henry Vanaridall at 0 60 and 75 packing hogs from Sam Thompson at 0 and CJc Harrodiburg Herald The sale of L P and A R Nun nelly Wednesday waa well attended and good prices ruled Corn sold at II 89 la the field cattle 4 to 4 20 mules 8100 to 112550 horses 850 to 8100 sheep 84 00 pound thoata 7c hogs about Ole hay In barn 54 toOOo fodder 15o shock Over 500 people enjoyed an old fashioned Kentucky dloner- A largo crowd attended M J Hoff mans sale Tuesday and greatly enjoy ed tbe good dlnnor that clover gentle man spread Bidding was lively thro out and satisfactory prices were realiz od Horses brought 845 to 8125 mules berbuocb835 sow and wigs 817 millet 35c tim FarmloltImplemeotfor cried tho sale and did it well NEWS NOTES Japan has negotiated a loan for 825 000000In livery stable firo in New York 40 horses were burned to death Tbe Union League Club at Chicago will build a mtlllon dollar club house Milwaukee union printers will give one hours pay each week to the an thracite strikers- It Is said that J Plerpont Morgan and his associates aro trying to ccuro control of tbo Port of London Damage amounting to millions of dollars was done by an earthquake and tidal wave on the Mexican coast The Norfolk and Western railroad raised tbe wages of Its machinists ma chinists helpers and all laborer Lightning struck a Negro church at Beaumont Tor demolished the sloe pie killed ono man and Injured five William Coates aged 18 baa been convicted at St Joseph Mo of mur dering his mother for Insurance money Two robbers were killed and a third fatally wounded at Rochester Loraln county Ohio by John Meacb aged 70 Tbe mining town of Keata Mo was destroyed by a hurricane and two men ono woman and two children wero kill edIt has been decided to bold the next annual meeting of tbo National Educa tional Association In Boston July tllO 1003William P Woods of Kansas City shot and killed Charles Dunschesneau for an alleged Insult offered Mrs thousand dollars In gold was stolen from the strong room of a steam er plying between Hong Kong and ManilaAn of the Nebraska State Penitentiary has been arrested on a charge of smuggling opium to the convicts there Mrs Josephine Ward once one of the most beautiful women In Kentucky and related to three presidents died In New York Minneapolis baok are believed to have been victimized to the extent of 843000 by forgeries supposed to have been committed by two men under ar restTwo masked men blew open and rob bed the safe In the Illinois Central de pot at Loltchfleld after they had bound Holme Proctor tbo operator and locked him In a box car Moro than 2000000 base balls were used up in this country during the eea son just closed and 1000 or more wc men will bo kept busy all winter mak tog 2000000 more for next season Eo A Schroeder of New York eon of a former Mayor of Brooklyn committed suicide In his steeper while on his way homo from Jacksonville Fla He was married but six weeks ago Conductor Kelly and Motorman Mad den wore hold responsible by a Coro oners jury for the accident In which President Roosevelt was Injured and Secret Servlco Agent Craig was killed Tbe formation of a brick trust In Cincinnati Covlngton and Newport was knocked out by tbe discovery that under tho terms of Bernard Dussoa will the large Dusso plant InCovington can not become part of a trust Judge Allen Hyden county judge of Owsley was perhaps fatally shot from ambush Ho was elected on the Pu don ticket ID opposition to the candi date who defeated him on the face of the returns in a republican primary After lying burled for over half a century the halt burned hull of the English prison ship Jersey of Revolutionary fame baa been discovered at tbe Brooklyn navy yard by workmen who were putting up launching stays for the battle iblp Connecticut The St Paul railroad has completed tbo purchase of 25000 acres of coal lands In Illinois and holds options on several thousand acres more The eye tern Is now wholly dependent on other concerns for Its fuel supply which la about 500 carloads a day and Ita oblect Is to secure Independence of the fuel monopolyIt that as soon as the strike Is settled Secretary Shaw will relieve the money market by purchasing 815 000000 to 825000000 per cent govern ment bonds Since Saturday It Is re ported that Morgan Rockefeller and other members of the socalled bankers trust have mate vast sums on Wall street Gov Jeff Davis of Arkansas In ad dressing tbo Sons of Confederate Vet crane at Jackson Miss In tbo meeting preliminary to the transfer to them of Beauvolr as a Confederate Soldiers Home laidII May the band be palsied aod tbo tongue be paralyzed that would bo raised against or would defame Jefferson Davis memory There are about 5000000 farms In the United States of which 3000000 produce corn Tbe average cost of producing an acre of corn Is 8573 A W Carpenter sold to Wm C Vanmoter of Shelby county two short born bull calves at 8100 They go to Mexico RICE S EI BANK WaG born In Clark county Ky and spent the earlier part of his life on a farm attending the country schools during tbe winter months Bis parents died before be was 10 years of ageIeav lOll him for the most part to direct his own course aod earo a llvltbood as best he might In 13S9 be entered school at Glasgow and after spending five months under the Instruction of R N Roak be returned to his home county and began hit professional career by teaching a district school and for several years ho continued to teach and attend school until he graduated from the National Normal University at Lebanon Ohio wltb the B S and A B degrees flay log a desire to know more of the lint ted States and the school work In tbe different States ho accepted a position in Va bon College at Burton Wash as teacher of the sciences and pedagogy or teachers training Tbe following year he was located in California and was for two years dean of the department of the State Normal School at Ashland Oregon Leaving tbe Pacific coast Mr Edbanlc was engaged in school work In Minneapolis Minnesota and also In tbo State of Montana Re turning to his native Slate be has bad charge of Urania Normal College Glas gow Century College and Schools Colleglatesecondary school to Central University of Kentucky He le at present superin tendent of the Graded Scbool here and offers himself as a candidate for the of flee of State superintendent of public Instruction subject to the action of tbe democratic party In 1P03 The Trip To Hopkinsville One of tbe most successful and In itructlve sessloci of tbo Grand Lodge of Kentucky I 00 F was the one lust closed at Hopkinsville Encourag tug report from all over the State show the order to be In a flourishing conditionOur was a very pleasant onehav leg the pleasure of the company of b number of delegates from lodges in the southeastern part of the State We are rived at Hopkinsville at 10 P M after having fooled our stomachs at Guthrie with a glass of water and tooth pick for Sheriff Baughman wltb a search warrant could not have found anything to cat We were mot at the depot by tbe reception committee and escorted to the hotel to which we were assign ed After a refreshing nights rest we were out bright and early viewing tbe beautiful little city whoao gates had been thrown open to us by her hospita ble citizens Hopkinsville Is truly an admirable town composed of enter prising citizens who are true Kentuck lane to the manner born At 0 A M Tuesday all tbo delegates met at tbe new Odd Fellows ball a handsome three story edifice and of which Green River Lodge should be proud aud marched to Hollands Opera House beaded by the Hopkinsville band where an Interesting program was rendered the recitations of Ittle Miss Cornelia Parent being exception ally good On the stage were seated Grand Matter ColePast Grand Masters pastGrandSlresSovereign Grand Chaplain Rev J W Venable Rev H D Smltb and Mayor Jouett Henry After Invocation by tbe sovereign grand chaplain tho keys of tbe city were formally turned over to Grand Lodge representatives The re mainder of the program was well rendered The exercises were closed with benediction by tbe chaplain The Grand Lodge convened In anon al session at 2 Pt Tuesday and com pleted its work at 0 p M Wednesday At 8 oclock we again met at the lodge room ro witness tbe crack team from Sturgls confer tbe Initiatory first see and and third degrees la royal style after which wo repaired 10 the banquet room below where tables were laden wltb delicious edibles prepared by the good wives daughters and sweethearts of the members of Green River Lodge No 64 Tboy deserve great credit for tbo feast prepared and tbe manner in which it was served The member of the Grand Lodge will hold a pleasant memory of their visit to Hnpklnsvllle and their best wishes will be for the prosporlty of Green River Lodge No 51 A T TRAYLOR J flt WONER Lew Tignors Minstrels Waltons Opera House Stanford Kentucky +t Tuesday Evening Oct 21st Your Confidence In us and our Clothing will be more than ever justified this season when you see the line of Overcoats we have ready for your inspection La test styles made in the best manner known to skilled tailors and at prices which cant fail to interest you IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Ereuing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER DanYlllB KU Mens suits nil shades well made up worth 85 at 249 Mens suits worth 850 nt 450 Mens 810 suits nt 050 Mens 1250 suits at 8750 fens 15 suits at 025 Childrens suits all sizes from 90c at overcoats worth 85 at 53 Mens 58 overcoats at 475 Mens 810 overcoats at SO 50 Mens 812 overcoats at S7tO Mens 815 overcoats at 8976 Boys overcoats at your own price Shiver Less You dont have to struggle with stoves in the morning and you dress in warm cheerful rooms if you use Coles Hot Blast Stoves See us about them- eV have every size SOLD BY Higgins L1 McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY NEW YORK BAR STOREI CLOTHING 109Mens Mews underwear 150 dozen will all go nt 23c SOO dozen heavy fleecelined un derwear worth SOc and 75o a garment all go at 41c SHOES Mens shoes worth 82 nt 5155 Mens 250 shoes nt 5175 Mens S3 shoes at 196 Mens 350 shoes at 225 Mens evcrydny shoes at OOc Mens fine shoes at 5150 Mens 250 fine shoes at 8175 Lmliealbeavy shoes nt 99c C Rosenstein Co STANFORD KY 11ticdcr= A preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odors arising from perspiration- It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injuryttojhcnlth or clothing All the ingredients arc perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY f a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tiEC WALTON t- + H H HENNINGER 1I 01 Wayne County U a csndlilite for state Tftu nrr iuWf et to the sctlon of the Democratic pnr i jROBERT HARDING ndldstt for Circuit JII 1ltelub f ttttothectlonofthDewocrauepanyCHARLES LofMercer It a candidate for ConiiaoBWtalthi tbU the 11th Judicial district m1to tbe action oftbs democratic party 1I For Congress i f G G GILBERT Of ShelbY i TUB Imports for woolen dress ooda for American women and children duro log tbo last fiscal year amounted 10 value to 35662060 and the customs and duties to 85805453 That is to say one dollar and two cents was paid in dutlea at the custom bouae By the time the Roods passed through the hands ol 1m porter jobber and retail dealer the to tat Increase In cost to American con Burners was not less than 150 per cent At the same time prices ot domestlo fabrics of the same qualities woro en hanced In nearly equal proportions Yet Secretary Shaw tells us there is n occasion for a revision of the tariff But wbat say American women who are compelled to put up with the mlxturell of shoddy and cotton because of the brutal duties on their woolen cloth log TUB mystery of the murder of Addl son ft Chlnn Lexlojfton was cleared up Wednesday by Earl Whltnev make Ing a confession in which he acknovi edged that he and Claude OBrien hi d broken Into Mr Chlnns residence but that OBrien shot Mr Chlnn The news that the confession bad beenI made caused an angry mob to fort Extra guards were placed at tbe jailI and Col Roger Williams under ordenI of Gov Beckham ordered out two con punles of mllltla It becoming apparI ent that even with this force there wasI danger of an attack on the jail omceraI In accordance with County Judge Bu locks order by a ruse placed tbe crlmI male on a train and landed them aalelyI In tbe Jefferson county jailITilts Albany N Y preacher who prayed fervently for 14000 to lift tbe mortgage on his church and then went too the postofflce and got a letter con taming 24000 sent to pay tbe debt Is tbe most ferveot believer in the effi clency of prayer In tbe whole country Churches In debt could afford to offei him a big price to pray for tbemI A CARD of announcement of lion Robert J Brecklnrldgo for governor appears elsewhere Read what the grand old Roman has to say THAT splendid democrat Hon Jas D Black of Barbourvllle announced for governor during his speech at Wll Itatnstowoi THE election is only a little over twoI weeks off Remember Gilbert- POLITICAL Grover Cleveland says democracy InI order to Increase Its representation InI tbe next Congress must stand by true democratic doctrines the most impor tank of which Is tariff reform The Chicago Chronicle refers to It at the Louisville Poet Oem Such woeful ignorance Is inexcusable It would be much more correct to call it the Louis vllle Post dam Lexington Dcmo crat Secretary of State Hill has Issued his offlclal instructions to county clerks at to tbe make up of the ballot at the com tag November election The democratic party comes first the republican second the prohibition third and the populist fourth Attorney General Knox spoke In Pltteburg onliThe Commerce Clause of tbe Constitution and Trusts Ho said that overcapitalization Is the chief noxious feature of trusts He Insisted that trusts should be subject to vlslto rial supervision President Roosevelt through Secre tary Cortelyou notified tbn various departments of his desire to curb the number and size of printed reports and documents The President thinks that much useless matter la used and that many documents are Issued which accomplish no practical good and that there Is too much public printing gen orally rTHIS THAT The President baa discarded his crutches and shows no lameness- J Bancroft Davis 20 years reporter of the U S Supreme Court resigned An old Negro in Alabama was sen to life imprisonment for a mur der committed 31 years ago t Mrs Minnie Smith of Columbus 0 died shortly after having bad 20 of hor- i teeth extracted in 50 seconds President Mitchell says he will rec ommend to the miners that the arbi tration proposition be accepted Thisworst coal wreck In years took place on the Ohio near Catlettsburg when 11 big barges were sunk piling- 1tp 150000 bushels la mldltreamI J e e LANCASTER Jack Frost got la an unwelcome vie Itallon Tuesday night There will be no preaching at tbe Christian church Sunday morning W A and T J Price bought 0 head of cattle from Wm Pettus at 134 per beadW West has rented his farm recent ly purchased from J C Boner to Kin nalrd Bourne D G Geiger has returned from Aab land where he went to attend the fu neral of his father Clayton Arnold bought 10 hogs of Robert Fox at Ole Sanders and Walker bought 6 cows at 3o The colored folks school with I pupils and L A Leavell as prlnolpal le in a nourishing condition M F Rout Is acting In the capacity ot deputy Assessor and Is doing bla part In enlisting taxable property- A bunch of very tine cattle 03 In number belonging to Bowen Fox was driven through here to Madison Wed needay Miss Llzzlo Payne of Preachersvll and Charles Lee ot this county were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock WednesdayJ will have ft sale of bl crop stock and farming Implements at 10 oclock Wednesday Nov 5 A jood dinner will be served Gardens In this locality are still fur nlsblng a creditable quota tb the dally bill of fare some householders yet having for frequent use tomatoes beans and corn Mrs A D Reid the successful Del sarteand elocutionary teacher who has given such attractive entertal meets In adjacent towns will or anze a class here within the next two week Tbe City Council has ordered snot er vote on the question of issuing bonda for a system of water works The Irlllera will continue their search for water and the vote will be taken as a safeguard against technicalities Several Lancaster pedagogues 1111 attend the teachers association at Jartersvllle tomorrow and a feast 01 eason and flow of eoulla antlclpatec tbe afternoon will be given to a chest out and grape hunt In Flat Woods Friends and relatives have been Informed of the marriage of Miss Eugec i Bush aud Mr Lee Cox of St Louis loth are native Kentuckians Mis lush being a former Lancaster girl Sbe moved with her mother to Mlssou t two yeare ego The recent rainy days have been Ilood In the interest qf the dental pro isslon Dr J W Grant having extracted 20 odd teeth as that portion one days business Dr Grant has not abated his skill along this line and ha ry likely extracted more teeth that any dentist In Central Kentucky Mrs G M Patterson entertalnei tbe following at tea Wednesday eve- nlnJt to meet her brother the dlstln tithed divine and author Dr Wm E Barton of Chicago Dr and Mrs E H Pearce Miss Pearce and Mlsi Lillian Pearce of Danville Dr Bur Iless ot Chicago General D R Col- lIer and Mrs E H Ferris Mesdames S C Denny and F Fern bave returned from Lexington MlnI Elsie Palmer will return with her aunt oJr a visit to Nebraska Drs Barton id Burgess of Chicago were guests of Mrs G M Patterson J E Stormet II at home from Somerset Mr and- Mra B W Galnes have gone to Louis ville to have their eyes treated by Dr leatham Mrs Gaines will also visit In Shelbyvllle Mrs McFarland left ednesday for Lexington to visit rela tlvee Miss Fannie Doty entertained lurcday evening In honor of Mr and- Mra Towlea Walker Mesdames Cook- and Kauffmaa visited Louisville tbla- week G R Hudson of Covlo too- was here on business W J Klnuulrd 01 Nashville visited relatives here LIL Doty and wife of Stanford are vis Itln here Dr Hayes and family of- North Carolina are visiting fats broth er John T Hayes R L Davidson has ooe to Indlanapalis and other points Mlu Genie Dunlap has returned to Lexlo ton J B Klnnalrd of Mid dies bora visited his old home here Sunday ADDITIONAL LOCALS MORE new lamps Farrls Co ft B Waddle oSowmeract has announced for Commonwealths attorney PRE colored teachers institute will- meet at Turnersvllle Oct 25 at 1 P TilE Maccabees ot Waynesburg de sire to rent the large storeroom oder- their hall at that place Write to J M Johnson recordkeeper Waynes burg Ky OOAL Macy COstar died near Bllrhland yesterday of a complication of troubles She walt 70 years old The fuoeral will take place at Mt Morlab church at 10 this morning SPEAKING Congressman G G Gli- bert will speak at Crab Orchard Tues day Oct 21 at Ottenhelm Wednes day Opt 22 at Waynesburg Thursday Oct 23 All of these appointments will beat 1 oclock Ho will speak at- tbe courthouse here at 7 oclock Thurs day night Oct 23 Hon R C Warren will accompany Mr Gilbert in tbl- couoty and will also speak Mr OIi- bert cordially Invites his opponent ySumrall to mesa him at his ap Intments IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Judge J W Atkins Is dead at CoJ lumbla aged 69 Col I S Shelby of Irvine laId 21 lacks and 33 jennets at auctloi at Rtchmon for 18300 Jai Woolunm is under arrest charJ ed with dynamiting Brooklyn brldlo between Mercor and Jessamine Mrs Carrie Perkins died In Leban on presumably from ah overdoso of morphine taken while she was Jacob Kubcr ot Maysvllle and Mln Lydia Kennedy of Woodford were mdrrled at Ntcholasvtllo Both are deaf and dumb James Metier sold to E P We hOlalatWilliam Whltencck who was given James WIckcrsb IIaerveden on his way to Columbia to tho marriage of a relative attendI The court of appeals has of 0 judgment ot tbe Laurel circuit court giving Mlllard Phtipot 14 years fr killing Deputy Sheriff Davidson Will Embry a Negro politician 01 Danville was found dead In his boufe sitting up In bis chair An Inquet was held at which It was decided tbat his death was duo to dropsy Robert Keenon a young Mercer county farmer became suddenly blind while driving from Harrodsburg Ho bad not regarded his eight next morn- Ing and It Is feard be Is permanently blind Mrs A W Smith of Boyle wl1 likely come Into possession of a hand tome fortune by tbe death of a rela lye In England Dispatches say tto state Is valued at 101000000 and that here are only three heirs to It Mre Smith being one of them Everett Middleton tbe Danville drl ver had a leg broken and was badly hurt about the head In a collision he Lexington track When bis friend earned that he would have to lay up lor several months they made up B t5uO purse and presented It to him CHURCH MATTERS Rev J C Carmlcle Is conducting a protracted meeting at the Bapils Burch at Preachcrsvllle Rev J W Haclna subject at the brlstlan church Sunday morning will be Mans Extremity Gods opportu olty Evening Whose son le thiy There will be no preaching at tbe hrlsttan church at Hubble Sunday tbe pastor being away There will bt unday School Sunday morning how everTbe Northern and Southern Synod of Kentucky met in joint session at exlDglun to celebrate tbe centennial 01 the Presbyterian Synod of the State ddresses were delivered by Dr Beo- ry A White of Richmond Va and- Dr C R Hempblll and Mr E W C uraphrey of Louisville John Alexander Dowle who goof brolher Barnes agrees is the second Elljab Is hoeing a rather rough row 01 stumps He says Zion City Is ic a financial strait and has made pro pOul to borrow any sum from 15 uj from anybody silly enough to loan It- Tbe crop of fools seems to be getting lort Lexington Democrat The largest center of the Roman Cburch In America is tbe archdiocese 01 New York with an estimated Catb- olio population of 1200000 Us num bera1 surpass those of all the most owded centers of Italy inoudlne Rome Naples or Milan and only the inclpal archdioceses In Europe suet a Cologne with 2529000 people and Vlenoa with 1000000 go beyound it TREES TREES By Tho Million Fruit and ornamental Trees Grape Vines Bbrubi and every n Weforemt on application Roth HILLENaEYEU A SOi- Lexington Kjr PUBLIC SALEOf Land Stock Crop Household and Kitchen Furniture On Friday October 17 we will at our at Turnenvllle tell the following learlIDgsrod cows nell good 2ycarold hone I extra mare mule wagon 4000 pounds tobacco In the barn 200 bock ot fodder 60 shocks sugar cane lot of farming 1m meats household aud kitchen furniture Sille to begin promptly Ott oclock TermlJ made known on day of sale Logan tewll Mr 8 L Lew- isPUBLIC SALE ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 I w1ll offer for sale or rent my handsome bome Illchland Residence and my farm of 125 acres more or less located on Huaton YllIe and Mlddleburg pike 2J mile from utonvllle This farm improvement II oDe of the most desirable homes In the- COUDty convenient to a good public chool DelllDg is a modern twa story frame build log containing 7 room and nail and all eary outbuildings ID good repair good cistern at door One variety of fruit of all 100 acre In bluegrass remainder In cultivation sever falling water feDclDg In good repair Also will sell 20 or 25 acre ot land located 2X miles from the farm The following itock will also be loldl 2S head yearling cattle 15 calves a bunch of nice stock ewes 3 good milk cow 10 bead of bog 4 head of bone 7 good ahoat 75 barrel corn good twohone wag on and harness fine carriage double bar also harness and shaftsDe ts and pole single for same buggy Implements buckboard and some farming TKRXson real estate onethird lbb- alance and 2 years to suit the purchaser In National ISaletoT D SfnglUb Auct u The Grand Leaderpo This fell tho Grand Lender is making special inducements to the trade Our lines represent the foremost manufacturers of tint and iVmSgii coun tries arc extremely uptodate aril the quality tho highest standard Our prices are as low as ifis possible to soil the high grade of goods that wo place on our counters Wo ask of you to inspect our goods and prices tool wo feel assured that your verdict will be as ours The best goods for less money then elsewhere Come in at ratty time you are always welcome n 0 TRADE BRINGERS IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 48nnelC 44inch Sorgo strictly nil wool the 75c kind at pot yard 49C 49kindC 0S75S2251inch 8125 yard i Our Corset Department is replete with the seasons newest shapes The now J C C dip hip the corset pronounced by all to bo the finest made at 100rrho new Flexibono front long hip in tine Coutill at 125 is a beauty Ie Iowa a genuine boned front corset at 50e that is a wonder The XXX Model of Flexibone for stout figures nt 150 guar anteed unbreakable Other makes and kinds from 25c up to tit See them Our lull Hue consists of largo nml vnrio l stocks of giiifthnnw calicoes outings flannel nil wool flannel cnnton ilannol twrcnlcs shirtings comforts blankets ladies mens boyn and children shoe loans nUll boys clothing boots underwear mona and Indies furnishing goods Indies tailor made skirts trunks valises and toKscoiwa Kemomtrar our pricos arc alwny right and if ills fiaiufied return your money for tho asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYMnnngor THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and tor con ulutlon Hoard and nursingshall be laab In niUiinre weekly and monthlY l rote ilonal bills due when tetTlcw are render and must be paid promptly FOR RENT situated 00 I desire to rent my 8omer et street H mile from town consist log of dwelling of seven moms beside kitchen and servants room and a line eel lar imokehoute chicken house coal boule and a good stable and 10 acre of land 2 hydrant one In the yard and one for stock the door torwell cistern combined near Said property In roof repairJAS BROWN 8 BROWN AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldr SOMERSET Room 9 KY Wilt practice In all the Stale Court all CourtIn United States and Collection made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED We whore names appear below itrlctl forbid hunting tubing or any kind at treipaitlDg on our and will prosecute violators to the full extent of tho J Nevin Carter I W Carter Jame McOormack J F Cover itiii Jame N Canh Din Haggle In J 1 White James lesser To the Coal Consumer out Sims theHaying bought furnish coal ers we are now prepared to tbe people of Stanford country with the best brands of coal at the lowet market price cash Farmers we will take your und corn In exchange for coal at the market prlco We solicit your trade and guarantee at coaLhouse- phone vour money No 88 U or Iloono livery table Boone c DuxuwezxtS- TANFORD KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at salemy property Ituated on the north side of Main on oast aide of College treet In Hu tonvllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property well are ranged for hotel or house and very viable having on same a nice livery barD 85x79 and all outbuilding necessary for hotel and livery purposes va cant lot for private If desired water abundance Property e well arranged for private residence ao now rented tbat it you rant good paying In Iluttonvllle call on or address D S Carpenter Huiton llle Ky TraHlor icet OCALCRS is WhtskU Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Oarpet toss to tt STANFORD f KY Prompt nd pollt sttentlon Notb nIt but the tlt- o drink Mill pbooe er ttlccrapb order twelve rosiptstttstloa Broadcloth tho kind 9oCat tier straight straight we for for for ICoil 1 and see what wo 1100IIbirthday wedding IIfor Our new many sn gustions and friends in Jewelry I and Cut Glass and Clocks Etc 81Silcrwnro 181 I W H MUELLER We Never Guess Pcoplo everywhere will eventually insist on receiving tho ideal service they get hero with out public at largo is not one half as particular as wo are in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate fill of their In the ri011C88Pennys Drug Store IJKy fIwalJ Changllg t ftt 7of Me Same Come in and see We are always glad to show you through our large assortment of Household Furniture and Supplies Money saved is money made Trade with us and v we will prove i- tWithers Furniture CrG L Carpenter Proprietor a i Dr R Goldstein v Ii OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical OpticianI Iwill bo at tho w ST ASAPH MOTEL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 14 There are numerous conditions whore glasses are and give relief to headIschee dizziness darting pains In eye ball or tempIImartlng or burning tnyr about the eye Take advantage of his skill Dont ncKlect your ohld3I eyeea Difficult casos Oroce hours A td to 9 11 St Auph hold Stanford Ky IiA Wonderful Showing t Qf Stylish i W 4 s i4 m it i CLOAKS AND SUITS I At The t Welsh Wiseman Cos i DANVILLE KY t Our buyer has roturned from n second trip to New York whore he hns been the past week in search of Nov 4 allies in Cloaks and Suits for our RcadytoWcar Depart rSnmple Wo are now showing a great many novelties it Monto Carlo Coats and Suits that when sold we will not nor cnn not duplicate later Those who select at this time have tho advantage of first choice which is al whys desirable Novel in our HTSTOKY OF FIFTY YEA S hay wo collected such n stook of elegant stylish garments as are to bo seen in our store today We invite your early inspectioni I d TailorMade Suits Now Blonso Suits in black and colors at X16 Fine Cheviot Suits newest affects nt 16 and 18 Podestriouno Suits black and colors a specially attrac Live Bint affibrail tomorrow nt so J Fino Tailored and Trimmed Drassaawith silk drop skirt M at X25 to S50 Walking Skirts 50 Walking Skirts in Black anti Navyat 350 10 Styles Walking Skirts all colors and black at 5 J 15 Styles Walking Skirts novel effects at 600 to 1200 f Monte Carlo Coats The stylish Monto Carlo Coats are decidedly tho fad in LI Cfoakdom for this senson Wonro now showing more than 200 garments of this style in Silks Velours and Cloths Pena V Soic Silk Coats at 15 to 0000 Velvet Blouso Coats at 2000 to 4500 Fine Melton Monte Carlo Coats at 1000 to 3500hMisses Monte Carlo Coats Special Value at 600IThis coat comes in Castor and Black of fine quality nil wool Kersey a special bargain that wont last longIj Silk Waists f Silk Waists in Penn V Soic at 5 rBlack and Colored Taffeta Waists at 575 and 600f tNa White Pique Waists latest fad at 275 Nw Waistmgs I In SilK and Cotton 20 Styles Plaid Silks justjreceived at 9Sc to 50 yd Metal Print Velvets nIl colors at 75e yd 10 Pieces White Fleeced Back Piques at 30 to 650 yd i 1i1gI WiSemnCDanville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYM OCT 17 l0O u In fllllne your prescriptions wo use proportlonsnot do better II yon paid us double the price which IB always reasonable Pangcya Druar Store PERSONALS ClogGAIT J A Dory of Lancaster wa hero yotcrdav A SON arrived at Walter Owiley e Tuesday morning LEI HILL It attending a dental col lego In Louisville MRS OKO BRYANT of Wllmofc It wltb Mrs James P Dalloy MRS JC FLORENCE and Mr Da vlson wont to Louisville Tuesday Mus M J HENOCH of Louisville Is with her sister Mrs Julia Abrams MR W C FLOYD of Pulaskl dropped tn yesterday and paid for his I J MRS BENEDICT SPALDINO of Leb anon Is with her father Col T P Hill MISSES VIRGINIA WARREN and Ett Bello Cloyd are visiting MIssLtta Belle Cash MESDAMES JOSEPH COFFEY and W II Dllllun are visiting relatives In Madlion DR J W CHILDRESS and wile of Lexington were gnestsof Dr and Mrs K J Brown MRS MARY GIVENS Is back from a visit to her son Mr Luther B Olvcns 1at Barrodsburg ATTORNEY JOHN T BAYS of Lao caster took the train here for Barbour vlllo Wednesday flay J W HAOIN Is back fro Dawson Springs where be held a rea tonably good meeting Mint STEELE BAILEY left for Sr dauJbI MRS CHARLES OERTHER of Kansas City will aratyo today to volt her brother Mr A C Dunn MR Jor S RICE and wife aro back from a delightful visit to inland In Louisville and Lexington MR J II VANHOOIC of Burnsldc was hero yesterday having a monument placed over bis wifes grave MRS W C SHANKS returned Wed nesday from a visit to her mother Mr Wm Moreland at Lexington CHARLEY point has entered a den tat school In Cincinnati and will take a complete course Lancaster Record MRS Lou SHANKS Miss Annie Shanks and Hartwell Shanks woof to Lexington yesterday to visit relative PREVTY Mils Katherine Wells of unction City was here a short while Tuesday on her way to Paint Lick to visit friends DR AND MRS J S STAIT of Crab Orchard were here Wednesday to have bills printed for their solo which occurs on the 30th MRS W H SHANKS delightfully entertained last eight in honor of Miss Katherine Baugnman and her guest Miss Irene Scott of Paducah DR B F MORRIS of MayHeld join cdhis wife at Mrs Annie Lasleva and after a short stay there they left for Tboroasvllle N C to visit relatives REV B C HORTON orders his pa per changed from Greenville Tenn to Bristol where tho Tennessee ference has sent him for the next year MR A C SINE left Wednesday to Paducab to work up Maccabees for the lodge there He did not attend the greed lodge of Odd Follows at Hopkins vllleDR E J CUSS EN wife and pretty ltttlo Katherine left this morning for Winchester to locate The good wish coot many friends formed during their stay hero went with them ELD O P Me MAliAN of DutlerI as been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Somerset EldI McMaban mewled a daughter of Dr and Mrs J S Stapp of Crab Orchard MR 00 LITTLE advance agent for Lew Tlgnora Minstrels waR hero yesterday advertising for his comp nys appearance at Walton Opera House next Tuesday night Instead of Friday night as heretofore stated MR A G EASTLAND and family loft Wednesday to make their homo In Loulivllle A largo number of friends wero at the depot to bid them goodbye and wish them well In their now homo Stanford bas not lost a more excellent in years they this one and tho regret at their departure It general LOCALS DIG line of heaters and ranges Far rls ft Co WANTED to buy a second hand typewriter This office WE have some millet seed sacks for tale cheap J H Baughman S Co TOE date of Lew Ti eonsall color ed minstrels has been changed to next Tuesday night 21st BUY goods of us and get a chance o the fine ISO folding bed we give awa Den 31st A ticket with each II pur chaio Cummins McClary r PAY your taxes before the six per cent penalty added Am compelled to have the mosey to paycounty claims M S Baughmtn sheriff BRICK for sale W H Shanks LEW TIQNORS all colored minstrels at Walton Opera House next Tues 2day night 21st KEMEMDEU that Geo R Eagle mans sale Of land and personalty oo 00IIF you have a tinegoods or eneral merchandise for sale write this office and you may pet a buyer ED WILKINSON wilt move bis barber shop Into a room In tbo Hotel building just screen street- TnEJ I Case Threshing Machine Co against W C Myers taken from ibis county to the Court of Appeals wasafllrmed BODY type display type cylinder press job presses proof press column rules galleys etc etc for sale cheap Write this office YOUR city taxes are now duo and you are requested to pay them at once Six per cent will bo added Nov 1 R G Jones city collector WANTEDTothe whore abouts of Charlie Chambers son of EaChambers Maywood Ky 3t THE flying dutchmanonthe colored public school grounds Is being liberally patronized and the children are getting all the fun possible out of It W Y Fmv1Ncbecorn doctor will go to Lancaster Monday So get your corns and bunions removed beforo be loaves At the St Asapb Hotel ROWLAND has voted to have a nine months public school The tax voteJ to maintain It Is 11 per head and 23o on thatmschool district A TOTAL eclipse of the moon visible In all parts of North and South Amer ica Is scheduled for Oct 16 and 17 It will first be visible la Stanford shortly alter 11 oclock I PLEASE call for certificate of your county claim on any other than court day It Is Impossible for me to walt on you then and attend to other business Iof the clerks office Geo B Cooper county clerk r IT doesnt seem to be generally sec but they have nevertheless Ho Is William Lawon of Jessamine and his nomination by the prohibitionists has been certified to County Clerk Cooper consequently his name will appear on the ballots HURT ClareWoods of Richmond mot with a painful accident at Crab Orchard yesterday Ho and several other gentlemen were driving down a steep bin when the harness broke The frightened horse ran away and tho occupants were thrown out Mr Woods bad a shoulder dislocated nd got several bruises but the other gentlemen escaped unhurt HOLMAN Sire Jeff Holtoan died at Crab Orchard at 8 oclock Tuesday eve c log of a complication of troubles aged about 25 Besides the young husband an Infant of eight months survlyes Mrs Holman was a daughter of Mr C C McClure and was a splendid Chris oflea lady Ttje burial occurred In Crab Orchard cemetery at 1 oclock Tues rday CORN SnowIo order to Interest the farmers a little the INTERIOR JOURNAL will lIve a corn show next county court day Nov 10 A prize of 85 will be given for the best dozen ears of corn while this paper and the Twice aweek Courier Journal will be sent a year to the raiser of the second boat dozen oars The judges will be disinterested parties but will be competent Any farmer In the State can enter Box OF MONKEYS Miss Georgia Lewis Is making arrangements to put on the laughable play Box of Monkeys at Waltona Opera Hoaso about the mid die of December She will secure Stan fords best talent and the versatile Lewis brothers of Boyle county will have charge of the musical parfof tho program The Odd Fellows have got ten Miss Lewis to give the show and the proceeds will go to them FOLLOWING Is the program of tho teachers meeting to be held at Crab Orchard tomorrow Devotional exer cises Welcome address J C Me Whorter Response Prof Wallace Ad dress Supt Singleton Recitation Physiology end Hygiene Dr fickle Music Noon Song by choir Paper Miss Lizzie Pettus Arithmetic A C Lunford Appliances and Apparatus for Schools M Mulllns Grammar Misses Wilson Gooch and Mulllns Song by Male Quartette Practical Teaching for Country Schools Messrs Elder Gooch and White Paper Miss Ollie J Newland Recess Singing con test ladles and gentlemen Should the SchoolyTeachers are expected to meet at the Baptist church promptly at 10 oclock We will be Rind tobave visiting teach wltb us Patrons earnestly request ed to attend Dr Hlckle vice presi dent W T White secretary Change You- rAppearance giRt AQ A NEW HAT WILL DO IT Try ono of our 3 three otlnce norial weight stiff hats They are self confdrmi and feel as comfortable an a soft lint Wo have soft hats in all of the newest shapes Gad ehaden from 81 to 83 New shipment received today Como in and inspect thent Cummins a McClaryT tt t tcFFRMADE rHE MANSE sHOE MFG Co cr Terms Cash j a r II fj JIt q qf 1 Iit1 q Is Hocker Bootees Different styles dressy and 500 FORWOOD BOOTEES Two styles 350 HONEST MIKE Heavy boots 350 HARTFORDKip boot 300 STOGABoots solid ns 200 One not so goodbutall 150 Sold by H McRoberts I Special Aiiouncement I N Just arrived and we fire ready to show the Fashions for Fall and Winter in Jackets Colts Capes Monte Carlos JFurs The styles for this year are beautiful and the prices low You are cordially invited to in spect these new and elegant garments Severance Sons New Store JOHN BRIGHT JK A CO- t Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware nnd Cutlery Stoves nnd Tinware Glass and Queenswarc all cltinds of Garden nnd Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement JCKOPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD ky Good WarrantedFit Give Him Call serviceable iron quite leather J1 NICE FARM FOR SALE justoutsideprettiest homes around Stanford and Is twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights i furnished tree Most ot the outside fenc tentlogdoer Land In good state of cultivation with most of It In grsa Good meat house ttc Terms to suit purchaser Pail sad tee the place J K lined y Stanford r rf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rJJrQatd n the pottoffice at Stanford ai matter l I yebulaaTuaSs4pxaSFrida4aar si PER YEAR CASH w am Whennoteopaldm2OOwtllbeehuxeda rr KNOXVILLE DIVISION 1I t6am 2SOamo025II II r 1252 lIo 23 II pm Ul Points IfFortiKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoiTlMVM Stanfonl at IMa m NailPirrlTeast Stanford wgleam aL 230p m o lrTM laS PRICE DentistItan or JONESIDENTIST Stanford Ky I Office over Higglns k SIcKlnneys Stan Telephone S 91 H CNEWLaND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers bis services to the people of Lincoln and adJoining counties NEW LIVERY STABLE s Wl1UIUtEto sm Profs JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds sllenllid table Every hlng first claae Porters mcetlall trains = 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY WVEEY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hone and Muled constantly on hand and tor sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager Aa MA BOURNE Lancaster Ky QITen hU rricea as buotoinarto- the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work price Write to him J+ + JYJC Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In ltAImESS SADDLEBT 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUO DkMLXM JfRrnltureMatUngsRugsrhoy a call Prlcea right STANFORD KENTUCKY s Krteli YdJwJy MATRIMONIAL Huston Parka and Miss Margaret Kerns both of Perry vllle were mar fled Wednesday Mr Ed L Dudderar a valued em ploye of the L N with headquarters at Birmingham and Miss Mary Alpha Traylor the handsome daugh ter of Mr Alex Traylor will be mar ried In Louievlllo Oct 22 Miss Essie Warren of Lebanon and Mr George Ray of Birmingham will be the attendants Mr Dudderar is a son of Col and Mrs W H Duddorar of RowlandA of great interest to many Friends in Boyle and Lincoln counties was celebrated this morning at the home of Mr and Mrs Monte Fox on Lexington Avenue when Mr George Birk of Oweniboro and Miss Dora Baughman of Danville were united In marriage The ceremony was performed at eleven oclock by Elder H C Garrison pastor of the Christian church The parlor in which the wed ding occurred was beautifully decora td for the occasion The brides gown was of white organdie and silk She carried a bouquet of pink and whlto carnations Mr John Baugh man and Miss Katherine Baughman of Stanford stood up with the couple during the ceremony The bride and groom left on the afternoon train for Louisville where they will meet Dr and Mrs T B Sanders of Owensboro who were married In that city yester day the bride being formerly Mus fosle Birk a cousin of Mr George Birk The two couples will go from Louisville to the East for their bridal tour Miss Baughman Is a sister of Mrs Monte Fox of Danville and has a large connection in Boyle and Lin coin counties She has been univer sally admired for many charming qual ties and will be greatly missed by many friends Mr Birk Is a son of Mr F E Burk of Owensboro and Is a young business man of high charac ter and reputation Among those In the bridal party were Mrs F E Btrk and daughter Mis Emma Birk of Oweneboro mother and sister of the groom Miss Mary Lane of Winchester and Miss Edna Baughman ot Hue tonvllle Advocate The bride Is tho accomplished daughter of the late Mr Henry Baughman of this place and Is a sister of Messrs J W and H C Baughman of this county She Is a charming young lady and the young man who has won her Is deserving of hearty congratulations Coolly proudlyBy Jove Im quite a professor of swimming dont you know I taught Mabel Baley how to swim in two lessons JackGad That was a quick throw down Cbolly Indignantly What do you mean Jack Why she let me give her 10 lessons before she learned Plans have been perfected for carry log Into effect the packers combine and Dec 1 If the money market per mlts Is the date set for launching the project Swift Co who have caused a hitch In the plans have been satis fied and Kuhn Loeb b Co will head the underwriting syndicate Canada has more holidays than any other British colony Including Sun days Canadians have 05 holidays yearly Only five outbreaks of yellow fever In English ports aro known to have oc curred In the last century Telegraph rates In the United States average double those to Europe Man Is the onlv animal that possesses a real nose and chi- nGommissloners Sale ol a Fine Boul6 County Farm ON MONDAY OOTOBKR 20TII 1002 At P M iharp at the Court house door The farm la 6X miles West of Danville and 3 miles East ot Perryvllle directly on the pike Contains 206 acres mostly cultlva flng land a new 7 room 2story frame welling with all necessary outbuildings abundance of water and an excellent neigh orhood Onll on or address D II KINOAID Danvlllo Ky For Sale Privately My near Turnersvllle on Stanford and Ilnstonvllla pike consisting of IX acres of land comfortable dwelling of six rooms and necessary outbuildings Extra garden some fruit and a never falling spring In yard In Imlfmllo of church school two dally malls In splendid neighborhood For further par ticulars apply to Mrs S L Lewis Turners TllleKy PUBLIC SALE ON FRIAY OCTOBER 17 100Z at 10 oclock sharp my Dluerrass term ofI 100 acres situated In Lincoln county on Lincoln and Boyle turnpike road 234 miles from Shelby City and 5 miles from Danville Schools churches and poatofllco convenient The farm is well Improved bas on It a 13000 residence with modern conveniences all necessary outbuildings On the place lore enough locust trees to fence 600 acre farm Splendid orchard and water In every fields large amount of land adapted to theIgrowing of hemp At same timor and will sell stock consisting of cattle horses mules hogs also crop Three extra much cows will sold Among other things are brood mares 3 mules 3 geldings good work hones fat hogs stock hogs 40 acres corn In shock millet bay number yearling attic 600 locust poet farming Implements and household goods this farm are 09 acres which can be purchased and the two combined would make a most desirable term Terms liberal and made known on day of sale O R ENOLEMAN T D English Auc Shelby City Ky r OCTOBER A shimmering hue hangs oer the day The brown loaves fall A sound comes faint as far away Some swain sings low a simple lay A true love call And bravely gainst the coming storm The dahlias stand Their bloodred blossoms showing warm Agatttst the earths green uniform A sturdy band The sparrows sit at lacy case With ripe seeds fljlcd There comes murmuring from the trees Like languorous humming of the bees By distance stilled A sniff of frost forebodes decay And dull heartache As nature slowly breathes away Her life oer treasures for a day But half awake Now Typhus lurks and all unseen His victim fells And foul mlasms steal between The odorous winds yet In the sheen Their poison dwells A painful feeling of unrest Is everywhere One asks not why this fills his breast Nor why sad longings him Invcit and Oil with care But soon familiar with the pain Wo heed it not And though wo know it will remain We slowly take lifes tasks again Such Is our lot Oh dying year Oh aching heart These times must come Now ere the storm prepare thy chart Take to thyself tho better part And sail for home W B M Louisville Ky Death of Little Albertle Mc Whorter of Middloburg It Is with a deep sting of sorrow that I write you of the death ot little Alber tlo McWhorter only child of W E and B W MoW barter Just as the Western hills hid the sun on the eve ot Oct 8 God shut out the light of the life of little Albertle She was elck with teething and dysentery about four weeks and was reduced In flesh to a skeleton She was an unusually bright pretty child of two summers and the idol of her parents and relatives She had very sweetly learned to lisp the words papa and mamma and pa andlima to her grand parents The following day she was laid to rest 10 the MIddleburg cemetery after funeral ser vices at the grave by J Benton Ferrell of the Baptist church A beautiful yet unwelcome sight was her little doll she called Baby laid In her arms in a snow white coffin The hearts of her parents and relatives are crushed with this sore bereavement but God makes no mistakes and doeth all things well But let our hand forget Its cunning and our tongue cleave to the roof of our mouth If we forget the sweet voice the pretty black eyes the perfect form the golden hair and the cute little ways she said and did things 0 for grace and fortitude to bear up under this deep afUlction A NEAR RELATIVE The United States geological survey show how hazardous Is the occupation of a coal miner It recently published the figures of the loss of life in the coal mines for 1001 In the anthracite mines of Pennsylvania 513 men were killed and 1213 Injured 277 wives were made widows and 621 chl dren fatherless Each 131524 tons ol coal mined cost a human life In the bituminous fields of that State 301 men were killed and 050 Injured 184 wives were made widows and 412 children fatherless Each 142000 tons of soft coal mined cost a human life The report adds with the usual heartlessness of statistics The anthracite fields of Pennsylvania alone furnished the greatest number of killings In the Union Certainly men who are sub jected to such dangers deserve better wages and an honest measurement Although we write a hand that ri vals the Spencerian system In plain revs wo will leave it to our readers If we are not the mildest mannered mao living when we failed to murder the compositor and the proof reader who allowed greater In their birth to take the piace of quake In their boots It takes great self restraint even yet however to let the rascal live Lexington Democrat State Inspector Hlnes has reported to Auditor Coulter that ho has discov ered a shortage of 8034 30 In tbo accounts of W G Frazier couuty clerk of Powell county He also reports a shortage of J M Preston former clerk of Johnson county am3untlng to 8402 and a sbortnge of 7121u the aCt counts of Jethro Preston also a former clerk of Johnsoc county and son of J M Preston After suffering a broken neck and the displacement of all the ribs In his right side William Hall of Danville 111 walked to the streetcar line half a mile distant and rode to his horns where ho alighted without assistance and walked to his home two squares away A few seconds after the arrival of a doctor he expired The giraffe armadillo and porcupine have no vocal cords and are there fore mutes Whales and serpents are also voiceless I wnvjL When a woman is nervous her limngiunLion acv fantastic and threat cuing shape to the most fa miliar objects By day she starts in fear at every sudden or unfamiliar sound By night the furni ture of her room takes on af- frighting forma gobUnreason with the nerves Neither logic nor love can quiet then They must be nourished and then the outcry of the nerves will cease as naturally as a hun child ceases to cry when fell For nervous women there is no better tonic and acrylic than Dr Pierce Patents Prescription It cures the die eases produce nervousness in tlrltlu6inflammationweakness It tranquil izes the nerves sleep the appetite and induces refreshing When I begin taking your medicine I was not able to stand on my fect ten minutes at a 111Srriudle1timeins but they could not do me any rood The lnTolaudbcthetaedlcine thebouletaking the medicines and they cured me Dr tierces Pellets cure biliousness KINGSVILLE Mrs Ella Reynolds gave the children an oyster supper a few evenings since Mr Dave Hicks mored to the section houto Monday having been made section foreman Rev Davidson will begin a protract ed meeting at tho Baptist church next Saturday The preparations for the county meeting of tboChrlstlan church are being made and a largo crowd Is expectedA and dumb boy of Casey was forcibly put aboard the train here a few days ago He tried to escape and fought Viciously but was captured and overpowered and sent on his way to Danville His parents wero sending him to attend school and like many boy who are not deaf and dumb be didnt want to go Dr C M Thompson has ireturned from a most delightful visit to Wash ington City Miss Susie Murphy and Mrs W L McCarty and little son re turned from Lexington Sunday Miss Lena Rlgney Is suffering from throat trouble Miss Lucy Davidson Is of fever Sam Rlgney who Is III of fever II convalescent Miss Elizabeth McFarland and Mr Miller of near St Louis went to Lexington last week chaperoned by Mr Dr Allen of Som creel Mrs W R Cundlff returned from Stanford Monday Miss Teresa Dunn has gone to Cordova to visit rel atives Bad spelling Is greetlent of the day Only 56 out ot 141 freshmen at the Northwestern University were able to pass an examination In spelling They were tested with ordinary words not with difficult and perplexing one and the test was too much for most of them Probably similar examinations at almost any American university would show substantially the same re suite If the Kentucky editor could Ret his bill In with the same success as the Kentucky mosquito the newspaper would all be claiming prosperous timer Sturgls Herald A stream five feet wide and one foot deep and running 20 feet a minute will provide water for 00000 men Mrs Charles Morgan a young wife of Henry county committed suicide by taking parts green IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South Eatt or West write ua for rates and printed matter Wn canI give you all the Information you want Queen A Crescent Route is the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atanta Knoxvllle Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points rect line to Cuba and Porto Rico S T SWIFT P A T A Lexington W 0 RINEABSOK G P A Cincinnati J 0 Costf D P A Chattanooga +NORTHBOUND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 a m h 0 120 p m 000 a m SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1150 p m 1127 a m Junction City 1135 am II 1117 am V 805 pm J Paxton J D II Shanks WO Walker OeoJ W Cuter Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids When too liter U torpid and falls to do Its work the bile esters the blood as a virulent poison Then Fennrthe right touch and starts Natures work in the right manner is ONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS The pin touches the liver and the pellet tone the system JS3 doses for Idays cost S3 cents and un let your cue Is exceedingly bad you y will be well Jtxfora you ankh them Saropl free For sale all dealers FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTB AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN y Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness rrFull Rod complete stock of the above always on hand and arc sold at prices that defy competition f See our elegant line ot Lap Robes y a Sponges Soap and Toilet Articles Bargain Sale Now Onq Craig c Hocker STANFORD If J LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK y CAPITAL STOCK WBOOOO Directors n Owsley at Successors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT loping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Hank of In USA then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 189S and again reorganised as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 188J having bad practically an fainter rupted existence for 41 ears It Is better 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Vaughan d Graham Russell Springs Kentucky TIMBER LflND FOR MILE In order to settle the purtnorshlpbuslness of John Ilonta Jr and J 0 Coulter Mr lion ta hating died last Decorator we will sell 2700 acres of timberland in Adalrcoun tn Ky This land contains between 4000 000 and 8000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land Is close to the famous oil fields of Wayne and is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes of the Is in one body a bargain for some one For particulars apply to JtCiCOULTEB MlddlflBuri Ky Or to EM Oardln Harrodsburg or Oscar Bonta Faulkner Kyb 9 n IOfflclrsr i J J II 11Cubw M Asst Officers J 8 HOOKER PrestaJJ McKODKUTd Chr W H WEAKEN Bkpr Directors frF Reid S T Harris LlncolnVoiJ Hocker Lincoln Co W P Walton Lincoln Co J H Collier Crab Orchard M D Elmore Stanford s II Ilanghman Stanford IIT P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H IlaURhman Stanford W P Tate StnlordC Small Farm for Solo c licetwo Small farm of 20 acres on Hanging 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