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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 1902 9 A M NO 65 NEWS NOTES France bin more than 4000000 acres of vlnlyanllIThe L k N will acquire the Ailtota 1l Weitpoloi railroad hue Rtioer was fatally tabbed In Aeneral fight In Maitoffln county A Uobbltt of Springfield Is a divorce from bit wife of 27 years Organization of the caody combine has boon perfected vrlth St Lou ua headquarters Operation of the anthracite mines li expected to be returned about next Thursday or Friday Judge Allen tlden of Boonevllle wbo Wit shot from mnbuib a few lave ago li dead IU too result of his wounds Dick Dekcnzo a wild animal trainer was frightfully mangled by a floe dur IOJT a circus performance at Terra HauteA train bearing passer ROM bad just passed over a bridge near the Calumet river when the structure collapsed and toll Mrs T D Merrill a prominent so clcty woman of Duluth Mine was robbed of 17000 worth of diamonds and other precious atones The swell new Atlantic Club of Lou r don has adopted a rulo that none of Its millionaire member shall lose more than 13003 a week at play Locked la the house during the ab sence of their parents three small children of George Moorehead of Cru gar Miss were burned to death Luclen W Davis exPostmaster at Warfiold this State was found dead hanging 00 a paling fence on the east Ido of Tug River near his homo No ono can surmise the cause Jim Buchanan the negro who con rested to the murder of the Hick fam- Ily was legally hanged at Nacogdo chos Ter two hours after sentence bad been pronounced The negro waived the 30 days lease of life allow ed him by law Gov Deckbam has Issued an oxecu Jive order preparatory to the formal opening of the Confederate Homo Tho order nates that the provisions of the law hare been complied with and that the State appropriation for the Home Is now effective Jobn Younger the former bandit committed suicide In his room In St Paul The deed Is attributed to de spoodenoy over health and over the fact that as a paroled prisoner he could not marry a lady who It Is said recip rotated bis affections He sad his brother were at out Ho was 61 The Railroad Commission of Ken tucky forwarded to the Interstate Com tncrco Commission a complaint against he alleged consolidation of railroad lines In Kentucky Chairman Mc Chord was Informed that the commit sloe would make an Investigation upon the receipt of a complaint In writing the Kentucky board prom OBrien bad an Interview In the Louisville Jail with his brother John who arrived from Memphis The young burglar was visibly affect cd afid repeated that bo did not fire a shot In the Chine homo at Lexlng ton His admission of being present however makes him equally guilty of murder In the eyes of the law Judge Parker of Lexington has made no call yet for a special grand jury to Indict Whitney and OBrlenthe murderers of Mr A D Chino It Is probable that he will allow the cato to rest until the regular term of court Chief of Police Reagan of Lexington says OBriens story that Mr Chino WAS killed by bis son Is altogether 1m probable LATER Judge Parker has ordered a special grand jury to convene tomorrow William O Turner shot and killed Albert Hamilton of Plttsburg and W J Mallard In the ofllco of the law firm of Cadtoo Adam tc McIntyre New York City and tbcn committed sui clde Turner was at ono tlmo treasur er of tbo Climax flouting Company In which tho other two men wero Inter cited and the three mot to effect a sot tlement growing out of the alleged de jfalcatlon on the part of Turner po 4 THE OLD RELIABLE O4 pY 0- NG 1ANPOWDER 1AbeolutefylkiN THERE IS NO 1 President Roosevelt baa not absn doned the Idea of visiting Mhslsslppl this fall Admiral Dewoy was elected presi dent of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association Mrs Mary Joseph an Arabian of polloDIDWin Myers was given 910000 In a damage suit against the Owensboro City railway securedMonterey Mexico S W Reese a prominent banker of Dodgovlllo WIs was found dead In bed with the gas turned on A combination of the towboat inter oats In New York harbor will probably bo announced in a short time Many signatures of Abraham Lincoln hove been cut from the records In the ofllco of the county clerk at Paris III The projected tunnel between New York and Brooklyn will cost 86000000 Most of the stock Is owned by English capitalists Gabo Summers a Bullltt county farmer went to mix toddy and made It out of carbolic acid by mistake Hit condition is serious Firebug attempted to destroy the city of Wheeling W Va Twelve Ores of Incendiary origin occurred In the space of three hours At Stamping Ground Scott county Louis Cohorn shot and killed Booth May Cohorn was arrested and lodged In jail at Georgetownt The palatial summer home of J B Vandergrlft of Plttsburg at Well burg W Va was damaged by fire to the extent of 1100000 Two thousand dollar of the 115000 appropriated by the Legislature II pro mlums to bo awarded at the State Fair will bo turned back Into the treasury of KentuckyIt Parkersburg W Va that George F Albright lived within a fjw blocks of his sister for 20 years nod did not know It The two were separa ted early la life and each thought the other dead A Kansas City woman ha recovered by law from the Rock Island Railroad Company the sum of fifty cent paid a transfer company at storage charge An appeal was taken and the case will probably go to tbn Supreme Court At Hopklnsvllle Lloyd Nelson was was held without ball to answer to the grand jury on the charge of killing Rebecca Macrae an aged Negro with an ax Nelson testified that be remem bered nothing of the Incident Nelson was drunk when ho committed the crime The attention of the law officers of the Post ot lco Department has boon attracted to recent violations of regu lation by fourthclass postmasters who have apparently solicited business for their respective offices by securing the deposit of mall originating outside the limits of their offices Dismissals will follow whore such acts are found to occur In the future Relative of the late Thomas F Lane have filed In the District Court at Washington a document purporting to be Mr Lanes will and have asked that It bo admitted to probate They will also resist the appointment of Senator Blackburn as administrator of the el tate or Mrs Lucille Blackburn Lane and will ask that It be revoked A sharp contest la the courts le expected to follow the effort to have the alleged will probated The report of the Commissioner of Immigration shows that 043748 Immigrants arrived In the United States during the past fiscal year Italy led with 178375 an Increase of 42376 Aus triaHungary second 171089 increase of 53600 Russia third 107347 Increase of 22000 Arrivals from Irelandwere 29133 a decrease of 1423 Only two thirds of 1 per cent wore refused ad mission Of the total number of Imml grants 102188 were unable to read or write out 74003 of these were under 14 year of age- Whether or not politics had anything to do with his motive wo are free to say that the president has earned the gratitude of the whole country by his successful effort to secure from nnthra dio operators and strikers a common basis of settlement Tbo minors will get arbitration of their grievances at the hands of fair and competent arbi ters and the people will get coal Lexington Democrat The constant dropping of water Wears away the hardest stone The constant gnawing of Towser Masticates the toughest bone The constant cooing lover Carries off the blushing maid And the constant advertiser Is the ono that gets the trade The earliest library was that of Neb uchadenezzar Every book wee a brick engraved with cuneiform characters The Austrian government is prepar loll a blUt60 first of Its kind la Aus tria to combat drunkenness HUSTONVILLE Quite a crowd of youngsters went chestnut bunting Saturday W S Drye S Co sold four fancy horses at Lexington for 2000 la the absence of Rev Mills Prof Fallls delivered a very able lecture at the Christian church Sunday morning Tho accident MM Hattie Bishop suffered coming from Moreland Is much regretted At this writing her condition le favorable Competition In live stock was so great here last week that D C Allen decided to deviate In lieu bo shipped a grass widow to St Louie with tbo hope of better returns Mr S C Carpenter has rented the Peacock property for next year Miss Cora Peacock will make her home with them W G Cowan could not walt for tbo Washington City party to arrive at Moreland but went to Lexington to meet them The Oklahoma fever Is revived In this community We are soon to lose some of our most substantial citizens namely Mr James Rose and family 0 K McClure and family Ed Carpen ter and wife and C C Carpenter The best wishes of all attend them William Dodd C C Carpenter aad Allen Burrl started to tbo Lexington trots ono night last week In taking the nearest route to Junction City ne cessitated crossing a treacherous stream In so doing they were precip itated Into the rushing water Sad would have been the fate of the party had It hot been for the efforts of tho third named If they had been return log from the races suspicion would have been aroused W R Cook of Lancaster bought of George Robertson 30 extra feeding cat tie at lie J W Allen bought for Fox L McDowell 10 slop bull at 3o and 12 butcher cattle for Jesse Lynn at from 21 to 3ic Frye Allen shipped two carloads of extra butcher steer to the Cincinnati market D O Allen shipped a carload this week R L Williams bought of C L Snow 27 shoats weighing 70 pounds at 6c D C Allen bought of Frye Allen a car load of hogs at Sic E C Hopper spent Sunday with bis daughter L M Reid left Sunday for Covlnglon Mrs UO Dau2bman and son have returned from Bloomington III She Is much Improved by her stay there Mrs M L Lewis and attrac tive grand daughter Carrie Edwards leave Thursday for San Antonio Tex Mr Cbloo Hunn and daughter of Columbia spent several days with Mrs Bogle Miss Annie Rutherford of Franklin Is lilting the Misses Jenk ins Mr William Flckllog and niece of Paris are vlMttog the family of W- It William Dr O S William has returned from Louisville Misses Mc Clintock of Parse are visiting Miss Wallace Miss Pearl King of Dan vllle is visiting her sister Mrs Car penter Miss Minnie Woods of Stan ford Is visiting Mill Helen Hooker Miss Florence Spraggen spent Sunday with friends here Miss Alice Cabbell has returned from Liberty F B Twldwell and Joe Mulhaltan left Sunday for Greensburg on a fishing ex pedltlon Most of our complete angler rejoice that ho still lives- PAINT LICK Apples and strcetpotatoe are scarce hero ut II per bushel J V Logan is visiting his sister Mr Thomas Burnam We are soon to have water works Why cant Lancaster do likewise Mr Jack Adams and Mrs Amanda Kale are on the sick list this week Earnest Woods shipped several car loads of stock to Cincinnati Saturday Most of the young people of this place attended tho picnic at Carter vtlle Saturday Mr Clot Terrill of Point Loavell Is spending the week with his too Ollie at the Sky Parlor Mr and Mrs E W Norris of Rich mond visited relatives In this place the first of the week Miss Catbleea Wells of Junction City Is the charming guest of her cous in Mrs Nannie Blount Mr S H Wilson who has been viI sting his wife at Dr N Mayans has returned to his homo In Illinois His wife will be able to join him In about two weeks There have been several mountain land buyer In our midst but the Gar rard county people dont care to sell their land as we have the best hemp corn and tobacco land la tho state Died on the 17 Richard oldest eon of Mr and Mrs George Ballard Af ter fuoeralserylcos by Eld T T Roberta be was laid to rest la Lancaster Cemetery Tho family have the aym party of the entire community The court of appeals has affirmed the decision of the Boyle circuit court In the case of Lizzie Hickey against Mrs John Dlllebay The Hickey wo man was badly bitten by a vicious dog belonging to Mrs Dlllehay LANCASTER There was no preaching at the Chris tine church SundayIThe temperature and white apparel suggest a return of summer Victor Lea sold a bunch of HOO pound cattle to Wesley Sutton at 4to Tbo remains of Richard Ballard of the Paint Lick section were Interred hero Saturday W I Williams has rented the Thompson cottage on Water street for the ensuing year The meeting hold at Buckeye by Revs Woolford and Bruce closed Fri day night with 24 additions Mrs Stevens Is selling her house bold effects preparatory to moving with her family to Missouri Some Lancastrians have a second garden this season and others report a second growth of vegetables Samuel Haselden Is Improving bis residence the Gen Landram home stead by erecting a front verandah W B Burton sold to J L Wiggins of Wilson North Carolina a load of horses and mules at from 103 to 8160 Elder H C Garrison closed the meeting Sunday evening at the Pleas ont Grove church with about 10 acces alone Mesdames L F Hubble and M Y ONeal who have been residents of this place for 15 years have moved to has not beet so good In this section elnc0 Spring and cattle trading le lively seven carloads of stock were shipped Saturday The repair of the Christian church will not be entirely completed this winter as the outside work cannot be finished before cold weather Elder A R Moore has rented the cottage on Danville street lately occu pled by Dr W S Beazloy He will shortly buy the adjoining lot and eret a dwelling Tbo combination of a number of farmers In the S E section In having their land posted le a good thing in the way of preserving game for themselves and friends LancWer Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet on next Friday evening at 7 oclock at the Odd Fellow Hall All tho members are requested to be present and to Invite and bring others Mr and Mrs T B Long leave short ly to take charge of a hotel at Clinton Mo but they have only contracted by the month to sure are they that the Garrard Hotel will soon be rebuilt Mrs Reid a luccessfel teacher of physical culture Is drilling a class of young ladles hero In the Delsarte move moot She will give an entertainment at the court house Thursday qvenlng Oct 23 It Is rumored J JWalker may buy a farm near Danville but It Is sincerely hoped that It Is not Boyle doubtful prospects for the railroad that le draw ing several Garrard citizens In that and Kavanaugh have just delivered their fine bunch of cattle sold to a Winchester man at So W S Embry sold calves to Time Collett for 26 O A Robinson bought a cow at 2io and 2 heifers at 2c Dr J M Acton of Bryantsville as slated by Dr Mayes performed quite a difficult operation on the child of Milford Lee which wasdqulte an ab normal freak but which perversion was successfully corrected- A horse of George Cones enclosed In the stock pens became frightened at a passing train fund In attempting to jump the fence was disemboweled on the pickets Physicians tried to save the animal but It died In a few hours Jas N Denny bought a yearling of Ed and Nt B Price for 41c Curley Henry bought 2 calves of the same traders for 823 Ed and N B Price bought 3 yearlings 1 for 4c and 2 for lie Price Brothers bought 2 bead of cattle of Ben Kelly at 3ic Lancaster Is progreuJDiln that she proposes to a street and car nival Oct 24 25 and 27 There will be something doing every hour both day and night on those dates Including balloon ascenslocs and other attractions An extensive midway will furnish entertainment and will Include an eleo trio display snakeeater trained ponies goats and monkeys plantation- Ihow gypsy camp and many other at tractionsMrs has returned to Hopkins vllle after a visit to her daughter Mr Bob MoRoberts Eld Moore Is back from Omaha Marshall Denny has gone to Kansas City where ho will take a course In dentistry Col L F Hub bio Is here from one of his mountain trips Wm Stone and wife of Poto mac III have been guests of R A Stone and family W fl Klnoalrd Is back from the mountains Lewis Gill was at homo from Central University Saturday Mrs G M Patterson and brother Dr Barton of Chicago were entertained by Dr and Mrs Pearce In Danville Mr Will Hays of Stanford has been visiting Mrs W S Benz Icy Friends of Cap Sam Duncan are glad to know that his health Is much Improved since going to Atlanta Jer ry Uespaas and Fisher Herring have gone to North Carollnaiuryeylng W H Klnnalrd and wife are both tick J E Stornes has returned from Somerset where he served alone of the State Board of Pharmacy Lew Tignors Minstrels Waltons Opera House Stanford Kentucky +e Tonight Tuesday Oct 21st t + B i t + P t 9iif t II Io gi + 4 t 1z Jtfitt 7 t ft If youve an Idea that you have to have t1 fyour Clothes made to measure come pti tttItrr u y IT PAYS TO TRAD ATi 1ItiMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing f4x t i x jiBY CLOTHING Meus suits nil shades well made up worth 85 at 8249 liens suits worth 8850 nt 8450 Men 810 suite nt 8650 liens 81250 snits nt 8750 Mens 815 suits at 8025 Childrens suits all sizes from OOc nt 5100 Mens overcoats worth 85 nt 83 Mens 88 overcoats at 475 Mens 810 overcoats at 86 Mens 812 overcoats at 87M- Mens 815 overcoats at 075 Boys overcoats at your own price Shiver Less You dont have to struggle with stoves in the morning and yon dress in warm cheerfulrooms if you use Coles Hot Blast Stoves See us about them We have every size I SOLD Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY NEW YORK STOREI 50 Mens underwear 150 dozen will all go at 23c 200 dozen heavy fleecelined un derwear worth 50c anti 75c a gar ment all go at 41c t SHOES Mens shoes worth 82 at 155 Mens 8250 shoes at 8175 liens 53 shoes at 8196 liens 350shoes at 8225 Meus everyday shoes nt OOc Mens Quo shoes at 81 50 Mens 8250 fine shoes at 8175 Ladiesjheavy shoes at 99c C 1STANFORD 11ticdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable ojdorsjarising from perspiration- It is a sure cure for tho odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without injury to health or clothing All tho ingredients aro perfectly Charmless Prepared bytweB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY r- v r c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eo C WALTON H H HENNINGER Ol County II a caodMtle for State Trru arrublecttotheaction ortheD iuocratloparty ROBERT HARDING or Danville it a oinJUite for Clrtult Judge subject to the action of the Democratic patty CHARLES A HARDIN ofMtmr It a candidate for Commonwealths At torneyln thli the JSth Judlclal district subjitt to the of the democratic party t ftJ DEMO nATlD PARTY This Is the way to vote the Straight Democratic Ticket For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelby WE trust that Hon G G Gilberts four speeches In this county this wee- kwlllltlr up the democrats and cause them to KO to work at once The elec tine Is just two weeks off today and comparatively nothing has been done toward effecting an organization by which the vote may be gotten out The republicans would have us believe that there Is apathy In their ranks but they are a sly set and are doubtless putting In telling licks white democrats sleep Lincoln county should give a good dem ocratlo majority this time and It be hooves democrats to girdle on their aN mor and see that she does so Mr Sum rail the republican nominee Is a nice clever gentleman but Mr Gilbert bad ly outclasses him on every point to say nothing about his advantage of lour years experlnce In Congress There is every reason why the latter should be elected and we confidently believe r be will be but to make his election absolutely certain It will be necessary for democrats to not only vote but to see that their neighbors and their t neighbors neighbors do likewise TUB following pretty story Is sent from Memphis It Is announced that Miss Minnie Williams a prominent young woman of St Louis and Her bert L Halnllne of this city will be mtirried Oct 22 The marriage will be the culmination of a romantic tact which occurred here last Christ 1dent when the steamer Sun burned the waters edge Miss Williams was a passenger and leaping Into the rl f ver was battling unsuccessfully with the current when she was rescued by LLtheprospective bridegroom 1 IN an Interview President Mitchell of the Mine Workers Association gave I J P Morgan credit for an indeavor to a settle the coal strive ever since his re- turnf from Europe He said the finan tier has been lair and reasonable The operators are said to have determined to Increase the cost of coal by fifty cents a ton at the mines The sum of fifteen gents on a ton is expected to go to the miners as an Increase in wages MARRIED schoolmarms are no longer employed by the school board of Salt Lake city which declares that a mar rled womans first duty Is to her bus band If however as may readily happen in Salt Lake City a married woman has but one teuth of a husband the remaining nine tenths being claim ed by other ladles one can see that af ter all she might have some time for teaching school ITS all right now Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes has consented to make several speeches for the Kentucky rads during the next two weeks He will speak In the Third Sixth and Ninth districts What have the republicans of the Elgin district done that they should be given the go- by by the distinguished gentleman H S IRWIN representative from the Louisville district and republican nom l inee to succeed himself denounces as a lie the report that bo went to sloop l In Congress He might have added i that puddln Head Deboe had done enough sleeping while be was In the Senate for the whole republican party JUDGE JAMES D BLACK of Bar bourvllle Is making some splendid speeches for democratic nominees in the close districts The judge is one of those dyedlnthe wool democrats t who can be depended upon at all tlmee to battle for democracy IT now seems quite sure that a bill will bo introduced the next session of congress to reduce or altogether re move the protective duties on a num her of staple articles of Import Includ ing wool hides coal flax hemp and rice The New York Evening Poet has addressed a a circular question to the senators and representatives In the present congress asking whether they will Vote for a reduction of duties In favor of commodities the production of which Is controlled by monopolies or trusts While the democrats have an swered Yes1 of course only 27 repub leans have answered at all and of these 13 bavo alto answered Yes This indicates the tendency for tariff revision not only among the people at largo but In the heart of tho republi can party Enough has been witness ed In Iowa and Massachusetts to show that the republicans arc hopelessly di vided on this great question AN Interesting operation is to bo performed In Trenton N J A boy of three months has a head so big and heavy that he cant sit down and tho surgeons aro going to try to reduce tho swelling The operation for big head ought to grow as common as that for appendicitis as a great many more people have It WE deeply sympathize with Mr John H Grimes city editor of the Harrods burg Democrat In the loss of his wife whose death occurred while she was In Cincinnati POLITICAL V K Bud Logan has announced for circuit clerk of Pulaski Judge Deerlng Is Improved but bll physicians say ho will not be able to take part In the campaign Hill bas vetoed Colors proposed speech making tour because of his reo pudiation of the coal plank of the platform Negro republicans at Memphis dis rusted with the way the white repub Icans there hays treated them three en to boltIThe republicans have nominated no candidate for Congress in the Fourth district and Dave Smith will have smooth sailing for once W H Applegate chairman of the democratic committee of Lexington and Fayette has not certified to earn nations and can not be found The Hon G Allison Holland of Henry county has withdrawn from the race for the democratic nomination for representative In the Legislature In a speech opening the republican campaign In Connecticut Senator Bev erldge of Indiana pledged the Admin istration to purge the trusts of the evils whIch are not being removed by natur al causesEarl has practically accepted the invitation of Gene Corbin Young and Wood to visit the UnitedI States He expects to come In December 1903 and may come In time to seethe International yacht races Both democrats and republicans pro fess satisfaction over the registration In New York City and State and each side claims the viewy In the coming election Indifference has prevailed among the voters up to this time If after the coal strike negotiations there Is anyone to still assert that Theodore Roosevelt doest know his business all a politician It only proves that a surgical operation is necessary to get an Idea Into some peoples heads Louisville Times Col Jere Baxter and William Steward were nominated for the State Senate by the democrats in Davidson coun ty Tenn The platform demands that the Nashville terminal companies give the Tennessee Central equal facilities and declares In favor of municipal own ershlp of all public utilities Capt John 0 Capers United States district attorney In South Carolina and republican national committeeman Is opposed to the strict Lily White Idea He states that there Is no good reason why the republican party in the South should be wholly white and that there Is every reason why It should not be wholly black Secretary of State Hill has forward ed to county clerks of the State the certificates of the nominations of can didates to be voted for in November Several candidates including P H Darby republican nominee for appellate judge anti C H Linn and Leslie T Applegate republican nominees for Congress failed to file certificates with the secretary of State Secretary Hill thinks this provision of the law Is not mandatory but says It will depend on the county clerks as to whether these names get on the ballots THIS AND THAT R H Crow sold to John Johnston 65 hogs at 6 to etc Los Angeles Cal may now be reach ed from New York In 00 hours Cyrus Moberly was thrown In a wrest ling match at Lancaster and probably fatally Injured Charles R Gager aged 17 died of a broken back sustained In a foot ball game at Hartford Conn J B Tucker bought of T J Cecil 421 acres of land on the Lexington pike two miles from Danville at 100 The Indictments against Justus Goe bel charging him with procuring pub lic offices for men In return for a per centage of their salaries were dismiss ed at Coving ton i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI Samuel Roberts aged Jessamine InI Somerset Is to havo a dally paper says a dispatch J S Crows Roll is the promoter i The Vanderbilt University eleven defeated Centre College 21 to 17 at Nashville Saturday Marcus Helm has bought out a half Interest In the coal and feed store of W H Llllard Danville Androw Patrick aged 07 1 years Is dead at Willlamsburg He was tho oldest man In Whitley county R B Edmunds bas baen elected vice president of the Marlon National Bank to succeed the late Col Carlllo Mrs W H Lawoll of Shelby City died after a short Illness Shots IUr vived by her husband and three sons C B Bailey formerly of she Lexing ton Democrat has taken a position as bookkeeper In tho First National Bank of Somerset A judgment for taxes amounting to 23000 against tho threo national banks at Lebanon rendered by the county court there has been affirmed by the Circuit court Judge R J Brccklnridgo says ho will not begin an active campaign for governor until after the November election Ho will take an active part In the present campaign Andrew Doan aged 20 was arrested In Rockcastlo to await an investigation of the death of his wife aged ID who was found dead at her home with a bullet through her brain John Martin was given a life en tenco at Plnovlllo for murdering Mar tha White a 16yearold girl who free quented the Quarter House when ho was there two years ago At Jackson Station on the Burglnl branch of the Southern railway a passenger train ran Into an open switch The rear coach was derailed serious and InjurIesJsustained The date of the Roads Association has been finally fix I for Nov 18 and 19 The meeting will be held at Lexington Rey A J Pike of Brodhead Is the executive commltesman for this district- A Rockcastle man has ordered some whisky tablets from a St Louis house He says when he wants a drink ho only has to reach Into bis vest pocket pull forth a tablet drop It Into a glass of water and there you aroMt Vernon Signal Three suspicious characters were are rested at Harrodsburg They bad In their possession seven pairs of new pants seven jeweled rings a gold toed al and 8750 They were placed In Jail await developments and Identifica tion of their alleged booty Harry M Given has resigned as edl tor of the Plnevllle Herald In his valI edictory be says that ho hopes to see Flnevlllo appreciate her home paper and not send all her job work to London where they print a hundred postal cards for a dollar the printer furnishing the stock tt The corner stone of the mens new Industrial building at Berca College was laid Friday In tho presence of ono of the largest crowds ever gathered togethered In Madison county Addresses were made by Julian Ralphthe author Supt Boone and Dr Thayer of Cincinnati Dr Barton and Robert T Lincoln of Chicago A Way To Happiness Find out as early as possible what you can best do and do It with all your might Cultivate a philosophical vein of thought If you have not what you like like what you have until you can alter your environment- Do not waste your vitality to hating your life find something In It which Is worth liking and enjoying while YOU keep steadily at work to make It what you desire Be happy every day over something for the brain is a thing of habit and you can not teach it to be happy In a moment If you allow It to be miserable for years Make yourself worthy of true friend ship and lasting respect and worthy love and If any of these emotions seem remember theyephemeralto prove were not the reliabilities the real ones will come to you since you aro worthy Acquire all the knowledge and ac complishments possible and enter Into studies and sports with all your ener- gIes They help to round life out and to Keep the mini fed with a varied diet while they open new doors of pleasure and enjoyment Form a habit of trying to do some little act to add to the comfort and pleasure of some living thing man or beast every day of your life If you do not more than Jecd a starving cat speak kindly to a lost dog or loose the cruel check of a misused horse you have traveled a step toward happiness and have not lived the day In vain CHURCH MATTERS Rev Neander Woods was Installed as pastor of the Second Presbyterian church of Louisville Rev R R Noel has closed a meet Inz of 11 days at Allen vllle Clark countywlth 22 additions A convention of the missionaries of the Methodist Episcopal church will beheld In Cleveland this Tile Rev Father Fahrenbscn pastor of a Catholic church at Owensboro threatens to sue members of his con gregatlon who refusojw pay pew rent and other church dues AVAVVttt9 sVAVts V4At to X X iv iiif Vvfivf J I i el i 0e d iH A sit i7 V vii t t is S 1 The Grand Leader 1 11A i This fall the Grand Lender is making special inducements to the trade f Our lines represent the foremost manufacturers of this and foreign conn l trig art extremely uptodate and tho quality tho highest standard Our prices two as low as it is possible to soil tho high grade of goods that we i place on our counters We tick of you to inspect our goods told prices j funci we feel assured that your verdict will be as ours The best goods for less money than elsewhere Come in at any time you arc always welcome V fl4 te i j1lf TRADE BRINGERS IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT f j 38inch Molroso in red blue gray inn black nt per yard 48e 44inch Serge strictly nil wool the f 76c kind nt per yard 4ge 38iuch nil wool Broadcloth tho 75o kind nt per yard 4ge S Etamne yartl75544- uch 0 fit i Our Corset is replete with seasons newest shapes The t J C C dip hip corset pronounced by all to be finest made nt I 100 Tho new straight front long in fine Coutill nt 5125 is a beauty We have a boned straight front corset nt 500 that is a wonder The XXX Model of Flexibone for stout figures at L1O i ttnteed unbrcnknble Other snakes and kinds from 25c up to 52 See themtq ff Our fall tine consists or large anti varied stocks or gingtams calicoes outings Ilanuels nil wool flannel canton flnnnel percales shirtinga comforts blllnkeu ladies icons boys and childrens j shoes nicks cud boys clothing boots underwear incas and lndiee furnishing good lathes tailor t made skirts trunk enlists and Remember our are nlI115 and if tile satisfied we return money for the aakiugt5 THE GRAND LEADER 1 P LEVY Props S B LEVY Manager ij eeli i1t OYiY S S f f f e FOR t desire to rent my property situated on Somt et street H ml1e from town consist i log of dwelling of seven rooms besides kItchen and soryants room da line eel tar amoke house chIcken bdbse coal house and a Rood stable and 10 acres of land 2 hydrant one In the yard and one torstock cistern combined near the door for Said property In rood repairJAS Y BROWN fi BROWN AttorneyaatLaw in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET 0 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Courts Collection made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED I We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting aching or any kind of trestpasilnt on our places and will prosecute violators to the of the J Nerln Carter P W Carter James McCormack J P Dover Mrs Margie HIM James N Oath MrsJ M White James Uesser Alex Toni Stone Miss Mattie Hones Joseph Ilallou J W Itauguman To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Hlgglns k Sims the coal we arts now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding- rountry the best brand of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your hay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for coal houseOrder atvour money phone 41 or Itoonos livery stable No 80 Boon DunaventST- HNFOfi O KY Hustonville Property for Sale t will over at private sale my property situated on the north of Main on east aIde of street In Hustoovllle ICy consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot Tllla property well are ranged for botol or boarding house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 15x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purpose and va cant lot for It desired water abundance Property well arranged for private rdence fa now rented for that nuatonville- all want good payIng property In on or address Ih 8 Carpenter lIuaton ills Ky iI OlIIe I black only the 2 kUlllnt per yard 150 44inoh lebe lliuo 8h25 kind nt IMJr llro111c1oth the 815 kind nt per ynrd 98e t r Department the nets the the Flexibone hip genuine your ff HAYS It i RENT Office Room dealer College private s Call nod see what wo havo for birthday wedding gilts II I 1Silvorware etc Our new of Watches and Clocks Etc I I I I W H MUELLER I u We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they get here with out insisting The public at largo is not ono i nun no particular ua we are in this matter of 1 pure drugs or in lc nrd to the accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In the buyingisselling or compounding of drugs we never 11rightPennys Drug Storeu IIKy llww Changing If2IUd Same 11 jiHousehold iweWithers Furniture CoIjG L Carpenter Proprietor Dr R Goldstein r OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will bo at tho ST ASAPH HOTEL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 Ic 14 1acbesS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Ocr 21 1002 r In Oiling your proecrlptlonmu tho right ID tho exact dons and with proper cart Wo could not do bolter It yon paid ui double tbo price which 10 always reasonable Pen cya Druz Store I PERSONALS REv 11 R NOHt livldilng relative In Danvlllo Mn 8 K OWSLBY li la the moan talDI on builnon- CHAIUE3t nOBENSTflN hal born In Cincinnati on butlnou THOMAS MOBKATH of tho Hub 1blotcctlon li In Pulaikl Miss ANNR BKNNKTr of Richmond li W foMRSvlllo It with Mr Annie Lasloy Mns JOE E FAKRIS of Danville was with rrlendt hero several day MRS KATE P MILLER of Danville ipeni several dave with friends hero Miss CALLIE DORTON who II an ex part typo has taken a position at this ofllco MR M J HENACH or Loulivlllc joined hls wife at Mrl Julia Abram FRRD and daughter took ad vantage of the cheap rate to Cincinnati Sunday MR AND MRS JOHN POPE or Dan vllle are with Mr and Mri Walter piiEverett W T AND JACK MULLINS ol Ilockcaitlo paid us tubttantlal call Saturday CouJ W QUEST of Crab Orchard It pending a week with bll children In LoulavlllaSIM of the East Eodha cone to Fronkton Ind to work In glass factory 1 BCD DUNN of MadUon ipcnt ever- al day with bll brother A C Dunn In this county Miss LILLIE CECIL of Danvlllo pent lovoral days with Miss Iathe rice llaughman MRS ELIZA PORTMAN went to Dan I vlllo Saturday to spend awhile with Mr Kato Miller Miss MARIE CAKTKR of Alum r Spring wa the guest of Mr Cba Coffey of Moreland Mit AND MRS OSCAR M DUFKMAN of Danville ipent lovoral dtywit O P Huffman and family LADIES Aid oocletv or the Prebyte rlan church will meet with Mr L L Doty cext Friday at 290 I M R L OFFUTT or the Courier Jour oat was hero Friday working up new lubicrlbert for hi great paper Miss JESSIE D COOKK who U with Min Anna Reid at Huitoovllle hal been quite sick but le convaleielng- MR AND MRS JOHN CAURNISCII of Louisville are guests of the former brother Mr J D Camenlich and tam ilyMn0J E WOODS who was hurt In a runaway several day since was here i Saturday having a badly sprained arm attended to- ANDREW W BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard has located In New Mexico for his bealtb which hie not been rJgood recently B C PENNVHACKER King vllle and handsome nelce MII Elizabeth McFarland of Knoxvlllo were here yesterday ibopplng MRS UEIIECOA MoCARTY who hal I been with heron Mr W L McCar ty at Klngivlllo for several month returned yesterday to her home at l Plnevlllo REVS VINCENT DUIMAICII Director of German Orphan Asylum and Dons renture Clzcck of St Anthony church Loulivllle spent several day e with Rev Peter Brlcntner at Otlon helm Tim Somerset Journal prlnta a One picture of Joe H Gibson cashier of tho First National Bank of Somerset Mr Glbion It one of the youngest and most efficient bank cashiers in the State HON AND Mns A o COOK Plattiburg Mo will celebrate tbo b0t anniversary of their marriage today Mr Cook has numerous relative In Lincoln county who enjoyed a vlilt from him some two years ego MR AND Mns JOHN N MENEFEE or Stanford wore In the city yesterday on Itheir way to visit relatives In Wayne t county Mr Kate Kcndrlck after a long absence visiting relatives In Vir J ginia has returned Somoriot Jour nil R 0 ENOLEMAN Sr who has boon at South McAllstor O T and other Western points for the past 18 month J returned home Saturday He says there is no placo like old Kentucky r to him and that bo expect to live and die hero MRS JAMES I HAMILTON or Lan caster passed through to Memphis Sunday where ehu will Join her hus band who U there with a lot or horses s Send my I J to me I dont want to mba an issue she said to us as the train pulled out MR T C WILLIS wife and little daughter Nanny are back from a de lightful trip to Washington D O and Richmond Va Mrs J B Wllll who assisted In her eons store during hi l absence returned to her home at Crab Orchard Saturday Vs4 MRS W0 SPEED is visiting Mrs Mary J Weatborrord at Huitonvllle MRS R H CROW and daughter Lu clla James are Visiting friends In Lou livllle MRS M E DAVIESS will return today from a visit to Mr Kate Dudderar at evDAVIDcame down Sunday to visit hie parent In the Hubble section WalnutFlatdrug store In Danvlllo L SPOONAMORB and Mrs silliam Wall of Bubble aro visit lag their brother Mr W A Aloberly Knoxvlllo Mn J A CIIAPPBLL leaves for St Louis today where be bar been offered a position with the Asioclated Tcrml axle at 8100 per mooch EDITOR LOUIS LANDRAM of tho Central Record took Sunday train r Loulivlllo whore be will wand tbo grand lodge meeting of the Masons DLebanonway to see tho latterse lather Mr I J LibertyMnsnon Junction who ties been with Mr William Cord lor returned home Sun day accompanied by Mr Cordlor and baby employedIDyard master for 12 jrear has accepted a position in Henderson as general yard master MESSRS JASON WESLEY and J B William were hero Sunday to meet Mr and loin Theo Wesley of Lon don who aro spending some time with Casey relatives MRS HATTIE BISHOP of Huston vlllo was thrown from the vehicle In which she was riding the other day and tuitalncd severe tnjurle the most 10 headaLOCALS MINSTRELS tonight Go BRICK for talc NB Shank SEE the mlnitrel r paresadoet oclock WE take ipeclal order for skirts Severance fc Son WANTED to buy a second hand type writer Thl ofllco WE have tome millet teed sacks for sale cheap J H Baugbman L Co pep J M MC ItItTY the Klngsylllo gen oral roerchandlie dealer want a clerk NICE aoK bed room suite rage and matting J L Bcazloy Co ATTEND Low Tlgnor all colored mlnitrel at Walton Opera Houie ton btIR LEE DAVISarmmorly this count ty la now editor of the Lexington Ob error LOOK at the now skirts slat seam kilt box pleated styles 1250 to 110 SarorancOit Soni pep PLACE your order with us now for American Woven Wire Fence and save money Farris Co IF you have boon having trouble get ling expression try an Instantaneous picture at MIll Sacrayi MR J C CORMINY is preparing to build a cottage on hie recently pur chased lot on Logan Avenue FRANK Y1Litt Dihas taken barborIlboP TWENTYFIVE new Monto Carlo coat just In Different from tbo style we have shown boforo 85 to 825 Sev erance ft Son dFINEDJohnJudge Carson court for drunkenness and D Perry Frazier for same oaensoI was acquitted BODY typo dlep typo cylinder press Job presses proof press column chcahp YOUR alto taxes are now duo and you aro requested to pay thorn at Once Six per coot will be added Nov 1 R G Jones city collector WANTED To know tho where abouta or Charlie Chambers son of John Chambers Mr Nannio E Chambers Maywood Iy 3t W Y ERWIN tha corn doctor a ter a thriving business In our city le yesterday for Lancaster Wo can cheerfully commend him and tits work A FLYING trip to tho cities for oods enable us to chow a more complete stock of dross goods cloaks and dreeawas skirts than over before Severance SODS SALESMEN WANTED to look alter our Interests In Lincoln and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address The Harvey 011 Co Cleveland Ohio THE L N will sell round trip ticket to Loulavllle tomorrow and Thursday at ono faro on account of the Kentucky State reunion of Confeder ate soldiers MINstRELS at Waltons Opera House tonight DrlahtJremend a ladles quar lotto to tho contest hero Thanksgiving ening materlaUyImproved off street by paint etc WE only charge ftplacing your norao In our posted column but cash mutt accompany orders to do so WE have Just returned from a trip to specialdoelgae PAY your taxes before tbo six per coot penalty Is added Am compelled to have tho money to pay couniy claims M S Baugbman sheriff BUY goods of us and get a chance on awnyDec3letase Gummier McClary + THE Dental well 150 feet tern tory owned by the Beaver Creole Oil S Gas Co In Wayno came in last week The flow le between 25 and 60 barrels dallyI MERCHANTS Freo Street Fair and Carnival at Lancaster Ky Oct 21 25 and 27 Something doing every hour both day and night Balloon arose lion and many other attractions Bio RADISHES J D Depp of th Wen End raised a radish that weigh ed Maven pounds E W Lafevar of Doyle showed us ono yesterday Iba he raised and which weighed 101 Ibi PLEASE farcertificate of your county claim on any other than court day It li Impossible for me to walt on you then and attend to other business of the clerk oilier Geo B Cooper county clerk + NOTIIINP In late yearaeo eloquent and appropriate has boon spoken upon a similar occakion to all the South as the address of Judge b10 Saufley o Stanford at the unveiling or tbo Per ryvllle Confederate monumentsay the Somerset Journal THE meeting ofthe Cbrlltlaa- oburohelol Lincoln county at Klngt vllle Saturday was a most enjoyable an 011rhargood time THIRTY dollars in goidto the best quartette H J McRoberts tho Rents furnishing man of Stanford and Mark AeaphUotelor f 5 to the quartotio prize making 830 to be gives to the quartette and 820 to the soloist THERE ii but ono king or mono loguesli Tom McIDtoeh and be Is with Lew Tlgnor Big Colored Minstrel this reason He amasser without vul garity his witty laying being on time ly lubjecls He has put all others out of bublneii Atlanta Constitution At Walton Opera Douse tonight MRS A D REID who gave a Del ratio entertainment to a crowded homo here several weeks ago is preparing to give a similar ono In Lancaster next Thursday night In which the best tal tint of that place will take part Mr Reid la a luccci In this line as every ono who sew her entertainment will testify and we cheerfully co mend her to fist rfood people of Lao center SPEAKING Congressman G G GI bert will speak at Crab Orchard Toe day Oct 21 at Ottcnhelm Wedae- ayd Oct 22 nt Wayneiburg Thuri- ay Oct 23 All of these to beat 1 oclock Ho will speak at the courthouse hero at 7 oclockThur day night Oct 23 Hon R O Warren will accompany Mr Gilbert In th county and will also speak Mr Gil bert cordially Invites his opponent Mr Sumrall to moot him at his ap pointments CURTIS Mr Monroe Curtis died at hll home on tho Danvlllo pike and was burled in Buffalo Cemetery Friday af ternoon after services at the homo by Eld J G Livingston and prayer at the grave by Eld Joseph Bailout Mr Curtis was 88 year old and bad been a member of the Cumberland Preabylo rlan church for 70 year Ho was an in agota year ago That fearful nflllcllon brought not a murmur tram him but be accepted it believing that Ho doeth all things well Mr Curt was a splendid citizen and his homo always a hoqoltablo ono where bis many friends loved to gather Ho w bo rnleeed by many but none would cc him back from tho land that is fairer iban day A good wife not many years his Junior and a number of dren survive Mr Curtis and in loss they have universal sympathy He was a kind and loving husband and father and In his taking away has sent pangs to many hearts It was Mr Curtis request that Eld Livingston preach his funeral and the attars ad miration for the old gentleman made Ira most difficult talk for him HON G G GlLOERT Who speak at Crab Orchard this art rnoon In the Interest of his race for Congress See his list ol appointments In this county elsewhere In this Issue tt++N14 +fttl+ tl4tt++TilE mission band of the Christian church will glue a young folks so cial at Severance S Sons old store room Friday evening from 6 to 10 Ad mission 15o WE save you oneoon domestics Hope wood 7c Masonvllla 7ic Loni dale 6c Peporell Bleach sheeting 0 4 176 same 104 21c Lonsdale cambric caleico 5c John P Jonesa atJ C Slier proprietor of tho Veranda Hotel at Paled Lick and Dr C Edwin Poyntz a prominent young physician of that place last night each was shot three times Mr Slier caught a bullet In the ear hip and groin while Dr Poyntz was shot Just below the heart and bad both arms broken The trouble it Is laid arose over Poyntz kicking on Mr Slier hotel fare They mot and alter a taw sharp words began shooting Ames tage this morning stales that Dr Poyntz died leaf night and that tho chances aro against Sliera recovery ROIIDEDLEA FOR DEAD Mr Charles H VanArsdalr wlo lives on thedknockedtdown and robbed of 840 Tbo old gen tleman was struck a fearful blow with a club and It is supposed that the ecounj drels left him for dead Sheriff Baugha man telephoned for bloodhounds but had not found the guilty parties up to the hour of gulag to press The blood hounds trailed to a tenant goose on the place but Sheriff Baughman could not gather enough evidence to arrest the tenant Mr VanArsdale had had some trouble with the man to whose house the doge trailed Sheriff Baughman and County Attorney Helm were up all night In search or the guilty parties At 8 oclock this morning Mr VanArs dale was alive but it is feared that ho can not survive the shock MATRIMONIAL Clifton Jam Ran and 10 pear oid MIn nle Osborne eloped from Beech Grove to Rockport and were married If you need Printing of Any Kind InGive this office a trial TREESFruit everythInCatalogueeU F niLLEJJMEVEU SON feLexingtou Ky Traylor8 iceti DEALVRS W WMskii Braiulu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYOlolePrompt and rolllc attention Nothing but Ihe txs to drink phont cr teltgrapn orJcr receive Dromrt attention Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This la a farm of 14 J ACres located S milts aIfactory and nearn Oerman tettlomeA Tho farm fs well preserved and Improved sad timberlldwelling house with S largo rooms a double walled collar and two porches two barns ono an extra goo frame with cattle sheds attached and especially arranged for cur andOlrsmoke house and corn crib There Is a one young orchard bearing a small Tlnovurd mall fruit The fencing 1s of rails and in good repair TbA farm Is water ed with no vtr falling springs and two cls terns The owner Is n nonresident and of fora this farm at a bargain on very easy terms lion further particulars call on or address L R Hughes Secy Central Ken tucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford Lln cola County Kentncky Change You- rAppearance I A NEW HAT WILL DO IT Try ono of our S3 tltreo ounce nerinl weight etitt tints They are EclAcOiifrniing anti foolas comfortable ns n soft lint We have Soft hats Hi nIl of tho newest shapes nntl shades froin 1 to 8P K shipment received lo lny Conic in arid inspect them Cummins a McClary r- r Terms Cash Call ty all a q e a r Diflcrcnt styles and 500 FORWOOD BOOTEES Two styles 350 Heavy boots 350 HARTFORDKip boot 300 solid as iron 200 One not so leath er 150 Sold by H J McRoberts l J Special Aqqouncement tai i j c riiWe on Saturday t t a large shipment of ncketEl Coats Capes Monte Furs Tho styles for this year are1 beautiful and the prices low You are cordially invited to in eptfct these new and elegant garments See the new Skirts 1 just in- Severance t I I u i IX1 i tQ luJ i C CC t j t y N1 e t e e1 S= t I a I JOHN JR A CO Dealers Jn Stnple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware allkinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lip Salt and Cement sftf e 1S S ii f S N + 1Ni r 1 0 u le C RUPLEY The Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a 0TI71Mft Hocker Bootees dressy serviceable HONEST MIKE STOGABoots quite goodbutnll I received riiJ Sons New Store BRIGHT Cutlery Merchant NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to of acres jOlt outside of the townlimits It U one of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and la twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc feaclogdoer Laud In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Hood room meat house etc Term to suit purchaser Call and see the place J S Hundley Stanford r i 4 THE INTERIOR JODRNAL mitered n the pottoffice at Stanford 01 teonddat malt- erJlbUahcIru an4 aV- Ar 1 PER YEAR CASH g When sot iopttd 3OO will beehsrged KNOXVillE DIVISION o 24 Train gong North U4am 024It It 2Wam 0U ii KOSJ South 1225 am 122p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Noleaves Stanford it IM I XolffsrrtTesst Stanford 115 0 lures Stanford st 450 p1 A S PRICE- II surgeon Dentist itanford Ky i Owo1elrDENTISTStanford KyI HCNEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his services to the people of Lincoln and adjolnlng countles i NEW LIVERY STABLE t BWBTOSBfcSDHPron JUNCTION CITY KY r FlrstClasa Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng firstclass Porters mcctlall trains JT 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALEI STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Loran Wood Manager A MKBOURNE Lancaster KyIOffershlalserflcea as tSuotoiur to4the people of Lincoln County He a please both In work and price Write to him t J Mci1MY+ w + + a an etc In UNDERTAKER ElIBALUERdAnd Doalearln HABNESS SADDLESY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley CoJ 3UndertakersEmbaImoreb DKALKM IV purnitarcattingRugaThey Is a caU Prices right 1TANFORD KENTUCKY E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary b Treasurer ContraI Kentucky Real Estate LMioij TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1Hour and lot In SUnfonlflTo roomjhsl porch In the rear good larden1Oo1 nclghborkoot rloee to churches nd Good for small flit 17 Price S330 No 2loall farm 37 acne Smiles from plan ford Hoiutof four good room back and Ttrsnda Hood Urn and other buildings In goo Irn cuUlrstlon one acre in fruit trees rot In gra fought at commluloaer ult bargain and be sold at bargain Close to school and ehurc Price FU per acre Land adjoining sold fort Wan 545 This It a bargain No 31I0ullO and lot In Stanford House cot tanD1room enough In front for two other cotugra or a 2 torT front could be built to the cottage rid be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u tbe owner runt have money No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 room hall and Teranda gtrden fencing and houie In good repair For tale or rent Price reasonable No 1SJoule and lot In Stanford Tblto and front torch Good garden and stable U repair sold chap No 7 House and lot In Stanford stories 5 rooms Good garden smote and coal house onl y 1300 0 8 Farmof80ecra24mIlestrom SUc lord on sere In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two small cotUgM bun and outbuilding well watered and tenting fairly good rise tin be bought at your prlc as owner Ilri a In Indlina Us and must have money No 9 farm of 222 acre four motes from Stan ford on bet pike In the county Sixty acres In wheat 40 In corn 5 In timothy In clover and s In flue Ii cot In six fields well fenced twyebuildings Fronts pike for tbrc uarters of mile both dwellings Uiug on pIke Plenty fruit tre and enough timber to make A splend- lbluegnn d farm and only 20 minutes drtre from tb county aU Owner ol fine farm adjolnlrg thlI her recently refused 13 car acre We offer ibis a 137 60 per acre No 29 acre Land with necessary Improve meets imlle from Sunlord Dwelling her rour room Teranda hall aud porch Large barn mot house etc We watered and fenced and building In good repair Price reasonable No and porch neccesury outbuildings and garden Also Urge twt story store room 25x60 feet lower room supplied with counters shelves etc Water In dwelling and storeroom silO cistern and well on plate Small lot backofatore One mile rom Stnford Ulllldlllgl elD01 No 13230 acre farm i mile of Crab Orchard Ky Dick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant hour two barns wellnd spring near dwelling Farm In high staa of cultivation 150 acres river Intlora lend good fencing fruit etc Price 3730 an acre No Ul00 are ol land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard Springs In gnus no Im provementsexceptlar1testack barn abundance of tock water site In town Price aooo No 15A nice cottage sad lot on Lancaste- Street Stanford room good cistern etc Cost tlCOO wIll sell for Jtoua No 17A farm of 1M urn near Huitonrlll Dwelling of eight rooms hall veranda etc The tenant house stock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cittern and good well In the yard and water In every field on the puce Farm cut In seven Gelds and Bnt class land No IIOrm of acres situated near Kings vllle Ky acres In cultivation 39 In UmbeMetl watered two rood buns and otb outblllldlDP Dwelling comparative ly new la within too yards of three chnrchcs school tomro and C S depot Property lies on desirabletermfor f2 400 or la parcels of not less thin 30 acre to suit purchaser This Is certainly cheap protrty No MFrm of 73 acres near Wavneaburg DwelllDglgood barn etc Well watered fencing In Productive lime ItoDlano In IrlroV0howlaloe to school ando f roa4 No 84 Alarm of 300 acrea In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 3 good buns and out buildings each houM barn etc about the enter of 100 acres All on county road H mile from church school and poslofflc Lava well and well watered This Is a good tobacco bra and would suit two or three tuillles that might want to come from the tame neighborhood Price reasonable No S3A farm of 103 acres In Gray county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with six rooms good barn and other outbuildings Blxty acres In cultivation 43 acres In timber fruit trees etc Lays well on county rod close to churches school etc Pric only No 58 Farm ol US acres In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two barD other outbuildings In good repslr Splendid tobacco land and in rood community A at No 67Faim of acres In Casey county A dwelling and dwellinginlaircooditlon Darns and other outbuilding On county n d splendid tobacco land well watered two welts spring etc This is a de amble home Price 51610a No MFlfty acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house S rooms and Darn and other acres In cultivation rest In Un ber WellwatsroiSWptdslrompatomaxhool and church lays well on com munity Price J650 We nave buver for 230 or 800 era farm situate- dfromaneMthttemllnlromWwn Also buyer for about 100 acres situated from one to four mile from town with or without Improvements Also buyer for an 3000 toll farm tine to town No 18 Four houses and Iota In Rowland Ky rIte 1100 each No 19 DOS acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Two sbrv house 9 room hill veranda aim splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford Prop my In good repair water and In house cis tern at door Ueautlful home Price S000 No 22 UOUM of five room porch one acre of round and good stable One mile tom town Price No 23 Faun of acres Smiles from Stanford Frame dwelling 07 rooms 2 2 barbs one log stable and wagon shed combined the oher extra good frame with cattle sheds attached Barn especially arranged for curlnc tobacco Also icnnery and corn crib Fine orchard Fencing In good repair Well watered 2 citterns This farm his n occupied by a former owner years and Ii well preserved and Impruved Is school Rented for19tr2furhalf grate rent and la cultlvatel corn wheat tobacco and clover Title erfrc- tCatpr lent owner Fl 500 aa county records will show Will sell for 52 600 No 21 Dwelling of 4 rooms with 20 acres Und Moreland Good barn and neceaury outbuild ings 2 wells In ard splendid orchard and 2 urea In strawberries Immediate potsesdon Price tJOO No 20 Framehotel large mourn double reran hallway Etc A large 2 awry storeroom Irontlng itreet 30 leet from hotel stales alta tole for dwelling 2 nice cottages nicely furnbbed apered and painted 4 rooms and veranda each sNenunwntulotidJoiIngSG table Good feet front by 200 feet deep All tbl property it In London Ky JProprietormouth On account of III be Mh bl reaaon for telling proprietor desires to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 27A farm of itt aces In Garrard county o tlmolbyelowatered by springs panda and ranches through the place Tbe laud U rich and productive grows hemp and tobscco Hewly fenc edwltb wire and locust A orchard Improvements a twoloryehlnt room frame welling wardrobes in each room pantries cellar etc newly vered and painted tenant house barn and other outbulldlngi all In condition In good neighborhood near church school depot otlomce an store within 400 yards of 1bll place will tie sold cheap THE oseph Price Infirmary open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be flash In advance weekly and monthly Profot atonal bills due when services are rendered and must be paid promptly a b LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes t Co sold 20 i90 pound year tinge at 4o- George W King sold a jack last week for 8200- I Dan R won the 2 02 pace at Losing ton In 205 201 Dan Patch negotiated a mile In 201 at Davenport Iowa Dr Hugh Reid told to O P huh man a lot ot 800pound cattle at 3o Mark Hardln told to Bud Dunn of Madleon 19 COOpound cattle at 3 15 O P DulTman bought of varlou parties lot of 250 to 300pound hogs attic attFlat KyaMrabetters at 3c Lutes d Co shipped to Cincinnati a car load of cattle they paid 6Jo for and realized a rood profit Cbenault Bros bought of Hubble Uankln and Luco Broa a bunch of 1 100 pound cattle at He Carpentenor 13 1000 pound cattle at4o aud 25 bushels of clover seed at 84 Mark Bardln bought of Mrs Mar Given 14 630pound cattle at 3o an five 620pound ers at 2lo Scott Hudson sold to S Schleeton r0gar Co of Vienna Austria the Rood meta Alice Russell 2lli for 7COO At G W Icings tale at Preachers vllle milk cows brought 810 to 14 pearling helfera 125 shoata 7lc horse 815 to 860- Eight mare mules three years old and 15 hands high and a three yeAr ol-d lick for sale W C Floyd Ansel Pu askl county Ky George Axhcrott charged with dyna coifing a toll gate at Brooklyn bridge between Mercer and Jessamine was held In 8300 bond FOR SALE A Jersey cow gives two gallons of milk a day Will soon bet fresh With calf to Bailey d McKIn neya Pedro B Frank Rout Lot of nice yearling two and three yearold cattle for sale Also wagon pbtpton and walnut oleo desk Will alto rent my farm J S Hundley The D H Klncald farm of 200 acres near Danville was bought yesterday GreonberryrBright residence In Danville was bought by John S VanWinkle for 82005 WANTED Clover Seed Wo pay more for Clover Seed than any house We stand ready to prove this Get prices from others then sea us Wo are not commission buyers Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky Ol John Cudaby Is believed to have changed from a bear to a bull In the corn market In three days he has pur chased over 5000000 bushels of De comber corn It Is said that J Armour alms at 75 cents for the cont elusion of the deal A splendid crowd attended Mr Ueo R Eoglemao sale Friday and good prices prevailed throughout Bis farm of 160 acres was withdrawn at 85760 Mules brought 833 to 8125 horses 840 to 875 cows 133 to 850 fat hog 6 00 corn 81 75 In shock A good crowd attended Mr 8 L Lewis sale near Turnersvllle Friday and fair prices ruled throughout Hors es told at 83t to 890 cows 820 to 830 calves 810 to 820 sheep 83W bog s fife fodder 13c sugar cane 40c Household and kitchen furniture sold well At Foster RayS talc near Lebanon 25 horses consisting of brood marelI colts etc brought from 850 to 8160 pair mules 8260 yearling mule las milk cows 835 to 855 four steer calves sold at 822 50 another lot of steer calves at 820 20 yearling steers weigh ing 600 pounds sold at 828 50 W L Caldwell bought a black jack of Sam Cecil for J C Mills of Lancas ter Mo for 1750 During the past month R Foley hat bought 4000 bush ale of clover seed for C S Brent of Lexington at prices ranging from 84 to 1160 per bushel B F Sanders hat ought of Joe McDowell 35 1410pound tattle at 60 and 81 per head Advo Cato DANVILLE COCRT There were some 304 cattle on the Danville market yesterday and most of them changed hand Yearlings brought the top price about 4c but 4c was the ruling figure heifer were slow at 3 to 3o and butcher stuff 21 to 3Jc Mules were In de mend at 890 to 8150 A lot of colts changed hands at 830 to 150 horses wore dull at anv price CORN SUOWIn order to Interest the farmers a little the INTERIOR JOURNAL will glue a corn chow next county court day Nov 10 A prize of 85 will be given for the beet dozen ears f corn while this passer and the Twice awoek Courier Journal will be eons a tear to the raiser of the second best dozen ears The judges will bo lalnterestcd parties but will be com peteot Any farmer In the State canI nter T J Burgess of Sadleyllle tends the Georgetown Times the following I sold to W J Russell of Williams port Tenn 35 yearling mules at 880 and 50 mule colts at 851 to F R Es tee of Columbia Tenn 40 mule colts at 816 Mr Farce bought of J A Ramon eight yearling mules at 895 two at 802 50 of William MKee of Bourbon county 12 yearlings for 81300 Nov lit delivery 22 yearlings of Mr Davl of Mason county at 8120 Nov lit delivery The Dinner PailOf the American working man Is gen orally well filled In tome cases it is ninnykindsIlf the noliull hard to digest and containing little nutrc Aa a coney quence many a work- Ing man develops some form stomachtrouble which inter fetes with his health and reduces his work- Ing capacity Where there is indigestion or fany otbcr inltl cation of disease of the atom ach and allied itIdigestion and nu the use of- DrlicneaGoll1cn Discocrywill perfect ur cut cure Mr Thomas A Bwartsof Substation Columbus 0 Box CI was taken with severeheadache then crimps in the stomach ridliverget around At lUL I had all the com plaints at once the more I doctored the worse I becomedaid no o a chair and Igot so thin I had gtws e I could not be cured Theno0eolmyneighbors aldTake my advice an take Or fleeces Golden Medical tccnrerjr mate a new mesa out of yourself The first bottle helped me so I I would ge t another after I had taken right bottle in about six weeks t was weighed and found I Dad gained went1 seven I am as 7sstout neat healthy todsyl think as I err was FREH Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser paper coven is sent frtton receipt of 31 onecent to pay expense mailing only Address Dr R V Buffalo N Y R L Porter sold to Price Bro a bunch of yearlings at 134 W P Tate bought 10 two ycar ol d cattle at Danville yesterday at 827 60 Joalah Bishop sold a gelding at Dan yule yesterday for 8175 and a mule for 890Bud Dunn of Madison bought 40 800 to 850 pound cattle In this county at41c Lyon Hunn of the West End will ship a car load of good horse to Atlac ta today Crceceu the champion trotter has won over 8100000 for his owner Geo H Kotcbam C O Cover sold to Bright Fox a pair of mules for 8300 He bought two mule colts for 8S6 From March to the present date the principal packing houses of the coun try are short 2000000 hogs Secretary of Agriculture Wilson cheerfully predict that about the Christmas holidays there will be a do cline In the prices of moat throughout the country Should the secretary fall with most o the rest of the prophet there le comfort In the reflection that the time mentioned a good many more people will have learned to do without their accustomed beefsteaks Lexington Democrat CBG LeXInGTOn DemOlR ts the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year- It Is especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and Rives all the news without fear or favor We P Walton Editor S Pror Lexington Ky = IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South Eat or West write us for 8 rates and printed matter We can give you all the Information you want Queen A Crescent Route Je Is the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville At ante Knoxville ShreveportBirmingham reel line to Cuba and Porto T SWIFT P A T A LexingtonTW 0 RINEARSON G P J 0 CONN D P A Chattanooga p of NoarlsLeave Moroland 112 p m ty Leave Junction City 452 a m 0 120 pmi 600 am SoutHuousDaLeave Morehnd 1150 p m I 1127 a m Junction City 1135 a m to 1117 am Or It 805 p m t3111ousncss lllakcs Chronic Invalids the Peer is torpid and fail to do la Rory IWhen eaten the blood u a vtntlent potson Then t come mrtipauon bilioueoeu sick headache seen liiiand maluiaThe only treatment that give the Ilver just liiitheright touch end aura Natures work is the tight IIH manner i- sQNS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS IatThe pill touch the liver and the pellets tone the system J Idaes tar day COlt esna and uasless your cap Is erteedingiy bad you will be wen before you finish them Sample free For sate at all dealen FOR SALE BY W D MRODERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUGSTORE 1 CARSON FENCED flDEALERSfCarriages l tons Wagons Buck I f boards HarnesstffFull and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy comp0titimlt See our elegant line ot Lap Robes GUNS I Ammunition limiting feats c We will make you tho lowest Prices you can got for CASH I Craig Hocker STANFORD LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 900000 Directors J D Paxton J D Owsley 811 Shanks WJO Walker Ceo W Carter Successors to The Farmer Hank A Trust Company and under same management for It year W- eSOLICTTYOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bnstnes relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford My Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established aa the Deposit Hank ot Stanford In HIS then reorganized as the National lank ot and again reorganised as the First National hack of Stanford In 1182 having had practically an uolnter rupted ultteuc for U yearn It II better supplied now with facilities for transact Ingbusooa promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Farm for Sale Contains 130 acres of ane Hanging Fork land and hat It residence and out buildings Is In a high stale of cultivation and U well fenced and watered It known as the E T Young farm and Is In Turnen CooperRichardthe land Is In grass M Owens agent for Sin M K Young For Sale or Rent Property known M The Russell Springs consisting of 70 acres 81 In woodland and IS under cultivation Improvements n 16 room hotel one cottage of 3 and another of rooms furnished throughout and In good repair Near the hotel Is a of cha lybeate water which has been analyzed and known to have fine medicinal properties The summer patronage Is good and the transient profitable the year A fine opening for an enterprising hotel man For further Information terms address or call on Vaughan Graham Ilussell Springs Kentucky LflND FOR SflLE In order to settle the partncrshlnbuslncss John Honta Jr and J 0 Coulter Mr having died last December we will ell 3700 acres of timber land in Adatr coun Ky Title land Contains between 4000 000 and 8000000 feet of Poplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of land Is close to tho famous oil fields Wayne county and It exceedingly well- dapted for agricultural purposes the land is In one body and It Is a bargain toe some one For particulars apply to 10 COULTER Mtddlebnrg Ky to E M Ilardtn Ilarrodsburg or Oscar Bonta Faulkner Ky I Officers 8 II SHANKS President p J D OWSLEYCashier 11 w M nnioiiT Asst Cashier r OffIcers t J 8 HOOKER Pre i j IWDirectors P Reid Lincoln Co B T Harris Lincoln Co J 8 locker Lincoln Co StanrordJaa ElmoreltanfordSCOJCOjStantordW Small Farm For Solo Small farm ot 20 acres on Hanging Fork llaatwoitory wateredONo1 Small Farm For Sale e countyfarmCant r anJ others Impremenl goof groom dwelfnr kl house meat house well and well house cornnibinitfinsthatwillEMEMJ3eJ That socalledcheap insurance is the thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pre mium stay cost you n hundred in a loss That only solid cah ill sight and experienced management guarantee indemnityThat in tho Homo of New York can ho relied on Jesse Da Wearoni Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardBoyle antf CMey Counties Ke tuckp