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II s SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 9 A MNf1rr NEWS NOTES vt Former President Rouser of Swit zerland le dead Gen L Willis has bought an interest la the Shelby Record- Andrew Carneglo was Installed a rector of St Andrew Universityi L Scotland Taylor Estes barn la Marlon burned together with a lot of provender and a j WOOiUlllon Special Judge Julian overruled the motion of the prosecution to dllml the Cockrlll case Burglars blew open a ufo In the postoBIco at Vino Grove and got Ill and a quantity of stamps Ellsna tloeklni and Charles Power s were given life sentences at Ilnevlllo tor complicity In the Quarter Douio ficht Twelve glasses of gin and four of rum that were drunken In rapid luccenlon caused the death ol Joseph Kotcnskl at BaltimoreTwo Negroes who assaulted and murdered a white woman agreed to be tried and legally hanged ImmeI diately to escape burning A letter received at Frankfort from Doonovlllo url that the assassination r of Judge aden was not due to poll tics but to personal enemies and leudI r al troubles MMS Ada Donate Gilbert of Wash tngton after hovering between life andI death ever since last December Is deadI without giving any clew to the IdentlI iy of her assailant q Up In a Wisconsin town the six uI1 r loon bavo formed a merger and just like other combines have closed some of the plant There are only two plant now In operation Five persous rre known to be deadI and 17 are unaccounted for as a resin- of the fire which destroyed the plant o the Corn Products Company at Chica go The property loss II lOOoopI usdefr r Company is reported to be rapidly nearing completion It will have a capital of 1120000000 and 105000000 has been raised to finance the scheme Gov Deckbam appointed Hiram Hall County Judge of Owsley county j to succeed Judge O O Hyden recent ly assassinated The Governor offered A reward of 1500 each for the arrest and conviction of the unknown asm stns of Judge Hyden John W Gates in commenting on the report that the minority stockholders In the L N railroad would not receive fair treatment said that be believed all stockholders would bare equally In the benefits to bo derived J from the roads Increasing traffic The worst drought to ttfSriYitorv f Northern New Mexico prevailed dur log the ilx months ending last July The crops for 1002 are a total failure IfThe Indians dug under the rock for i water to quench their thus and drove their stock for days before finding water for them The Kentucky Editors Association 1 has decided to bold a midwinter meet tog In Louisville commencing Jan 27 A banquet will be one of the feature I of the meeting at which the president of the Commercial Club president of Board of Trade and the mayor of jtbe city will be the guests of honor Georgetown Mr Jame E Can J trill wee awarded 6000 damages In the Circuit Court against the George town Water Company and R W No eon Mr Cnntrill sued for 112000 loss by Ire alleging that the water I pressure was not sufficient at the time her residence was burned in January 1001Circuit Judge Parker delivered a vigorous charge to the special grand Jury at Lexington Impanelled to Inves tigate the murder of A B Chlnn commented at length upon the r once of publlo opinion and the of respect for the laws In the cour of his remark ho said If ovary ep where a man has fallen by the hand violence wore marked by a cross Lc ItdeadIi THE OLD RELAB- LL ROYAL AKI11 Absolute1P rs 1THERE IS NO SUd5TlTUr- r H KINGSVILLE The baptizing of the Daptlet convert will take place at Dr Thompson lake this afternoon Sixteen are to bo bap sized Court was bold hero Monday and Tuesday Hon W S Burch of Stanford was here In the Interest of some client The ladles of the Christian church have In view an oyster supper for the near future The proceeds will go toe a good cause Champ Francis has been ill with ymptomi of lover Miss Alice Burton of Waynesburg le with her parents at this place Mack Williams was down from Burgle Monday Stephen Rep colds was with his homefolks Monday Klngivlllo has an exceedingly sue cciaful Sunday lObool The children are regular In attendance and with rare exceptions know their lessons well It Is a source of regret boweverthat moro of the older members do not take great or interest Rev H K Berry of Lexington Oil ed his appolntmect at the Christian church Sunday morning In the eve ning ho dismissed services In compli ment to the Baptist church whore an interesting meeting Is In progress coo ducted by Rev Davidson of Shelby Clip Your correspondent returned Satur day from a few dope visit to bin DI ncen at Somerset Wo found the little city of Somerset to be quite progress Ivo and a dally paper was about to be started edited by Mr Cretwcll whom we had the pleasure of meeting We understand It will polftlcally lode pendent The Hotel Pennybacker Is about to change hands On Nov 1 wo are In setto Somerset Wo hope cad predict sue eon for the new proprietor Mr Pea nybacker who for a number of year ha been sued a successful and landlady will be greatly missed The semiannual county meeting hei hero Saturday was very interesting An Immense crowd was present eel mated al 2000 All were well cared or and seemed to enjoy the time epee in our town It was oppressively war in the church and during the services several were overcome bv the boa Miss Mary Garter of McCormack consciousness and was taken to Mr W L McCarty1 where she received med- Ical aid and remained until the follow log day The addresses made by several minister present were ered yen Interesting Indeed The ad dress ol Eld Livingston who is wellI known and generally beloved hero wa ofgladly welcomed by his former congre gation D P Dlneen wife and children of Somerset are guests of her mother Mrs Pennybacker Dr Allen and wife are also here Miss Mary Burton le at homo from Somerset Mr and Mr Will Pealr and children of Detroit Mich are the guests of his mother Mrs Elizabeth Pealrj and deter Mn John McKee Mrl Fannie Carey le vl nforiting her daughter Mr Walter Stanford Master Walter Mllburn of Stanford brought Mrs Wallace Waiter and llttleton over Saturday to at toad the county meeting Hon Har vey Helm and handsome Miss Mary Bruce of Stanford were guests at Ho tel Pennybacker Saturday J K Car SundaiMrs James Robinson and bibs Marnle were down from Junction City Satur day to attend county meeting J Ev erard Crelghton has gore to Sedalla Mo where ho has secured a position at telegrapher on the M K b T R nI THE LAST FLY OF SUMMER IIaTie the leer fly of summer Left buzzing alone companionsae tEach ono of Its species forgotx0Some pestilent spot Through summers glad sunshine Twas with us for aye It has swum In tho cream jug And sampled the pitfThen when lated at It has chosen to skate With fiendish delight on Some bald shiny pate In palace or hovel Twas never at rest At banquet and picnic- Anunwelcomo guest How gleeful Its buzzinghHow joyous It When bearing disease on Its germ laden tang Ill not leave tbee thou last one To winter chill gloom As thy comrade have vanished Go thou to thy doom No mercy Ill show thee To mails but IUDIexistenceE gone New York Sun LIBERTY Mr Oeo Trowbrldgc of Tennessee le visiting his daughter Mrs Oran Elliott G A Prewitt wife and children have taken rooms at tho Exchange Ho tel J D Owens died on the 20th of ty phoid fever Ho leave a wife and five children Judge Tllford Ed Policy and Henry Thomas aro announced candidates for the Legislature Q 0 Godby Is attending Russell cir cult court this week and looking alter his Interests In the Commonwealths attorneys race The death angel has been at work in this vicinity for the past week Mrs Ellvra Gllpln aged 70 died last Saturday and was burled Sunday Mr I 5 Wright aged 70 died Sunday and was burled Monday In the city cemetery An Infant of Charlie Statum died Mon day and was burled Tuesday In Brush Creek cemetery T J Bell and Grit Drown are In Louisville this week buying their win ter goods I S Flannagan and wife of Mlntonvllle were guests of Henry Thomas Sam Wood and Gus Jeffries paid a flying visit to Danville Tuesday A P Young representative of Mason lo Lodge here Is attending the Grand Lodge at Louisville this week Geo I NGIIIock Is visiting In Indiana Last Saturday was a big day for the teachers It being county association day Most every teacher In the county was present and each one was benefited by the splendid addresses of Profs Grlnstead and Throckmorton of Dan ville White of Lexington Foglo of Georgetown and Rauey and Lewis of Berea There were both day and night ssions and each was well attended by lovers of education AN EDITORS APPEAL brierus young or us bringdUI us us bring us greenbacks bring us fodder corn or hay bring us fruit of all de p pumpkint s bring us butter lard or flour or any th gettiatg empty and the cash Is running low and the paper bills must soon be met for the papers got to go Our etc didmore as 0 to cool So bring us anything you ha to net or trade or wear or PlY a bill goon trade or help to put us square We need your kind assistance to bo to pull us through until the railroad glee to build fortlll then we feel quit blue The times are dull and we ii short and need a little raise so co to our assistance and youll receive heAprates So pay for advertisements suascrlptlons and the like and keep the enterprise from want and going on a strike Well talon our voice and bowl you and stag your praises long If only rustle In the grub end brie U good and strong Dodd City CHURCH MATTERS Rev D J Ross of this place wilt preach at MoKendree church Hubble Sunday morning at 11 oclock As a result of the meeting now in progress at the Baptist church at Ear rodsburg there have been even con versions There were 21 additions to tho Mt Vernon Baptist church in Woodford county as the result of Rev B A Dawct meeting The Rev George Dtrsle say that moro than onejialf the numerical strength of the Disciple of Christ In the United States II found ID the five State of Ohio Indiana Illinois Mia court and Kentucky Bishop H C Morrison gave some statistics bearing upon the Methodist church for the last 20 year Ho said that from 1832 to 18S6 the church In creased 123000 In membership from 1880 to 1800 167000 from 1800 to IBM 187000 from 1891 to 1803 120000 and or the last four years 33000 The fall log off of 85000 from the average of the past 10 years bo sold bad to bo ao counted for and Indicated that the brethera knew the reason for it George Burns a veteran sailor Tonawanda Pa probably holds t record for being the most patched upI In the world The upper part of is skull le gone and le replaced by a silver plate Five ride on the left aide are missing and the heart has pressed over to tbo right side Ho lost the joints of both elbows and tho cap of the right tease hoe been forced around to the back of the leg One eyo li riot and the right hip Is missing In addition to the scare of several bullets bo bears ona leaden pellet In his bre Mrs Mary Ann Hicks Is dead in Boyle aged 93 LANCASTER Monday will bo county court days The street lair and carnival begins today Mrs Clara Bettts has moved back to her home near Paint Lick Elder A R Moore will reach home from his western trip Dr W S Beazloy todaytcottage with a fresh Rev C M Cbumbley le assisting in a 10 days meeting at Barbourvlllo Mrs Mary Fox has bought the dwell lag of H o Sandlln for 13600 Senator Ferris new cottage is going roofThelog of the W C T U1e Liquor and the Labor Problem Sweeney Morgan bought flue heifers at 53 a hundred B F Robinson bought 108 bogs at 6Jc W B Burton bought a bunch of mules from Tbos Hill at 17750 a bead and a bores from Oscar Ray for 8100 Rev Herver McDowell of Silver nlogtbeeDMalonicmeeting of the Grand Lodge in Louis ville this week The city council has licensed the street fair and its attaactlons sodacompetent police force will ice that good order prevail Cyrus Eason sold his farm to Leo Austin at about ISO Austin sold his farm within 6t miles of town to Mrs Deckle Turner at ISO T S Elkln bought some tat heifers of Tom Venus at 30 one from Bob Pat too at 3c one from Jim ClarK at same figures and some tat hogs of H C Sut ton at Co A balf grow negro boy named Ow lZunTueedaysoother pointer to keep firearms from children rentedrcottages on Lexing ton street and will move his family Into town trio object Is to educate his childrenCol S Ferguson has bought the onrand T S Anderson and Jas Burnslde will can uses for him ovreat and ed Monday of consumption He was years old and leaves a wife His Revvaorw B Burton sold to a Lexington boughtPyear mules at 8100 and a road horse from a Learoto a too 8200 precocious fiveyear old Lancastri n was lately discoursing with his lit tie twoyear old brother upon materla raedlca and the abstruse subject of dl sease when he said Bowman which would you rather have one berculoals sedatelyelno pref stance to express in the matter This little lad le quite load of the study of geography and II frequently seen car eying an atlas under his arm Recent ly while repeating the names oftheMiddle States and curiously relterat the word Pennsylvania ho quaintly queried What hoe It that name for because they have so many pencils there Mrs S P Grant ol Danville is viI ling Mrs W A Price Miss Grace Klnnalrd has returned from a protract ed stay at Mlddlosboro Mr Newton Smith of Pawnee Rock Kansas Is viI iting his brother Mr George Smith Miss Stella Brown of Danville has been the guest of Mr R G Ward Mrs Z T Rico of Richmond Is with- erh mother Mr Leander Davidson Miss Lizzie Beazley of Crab Orchard is the guest of Dr and Mrs W S Beazloy Mrs W Price was In Dan ville Wednesday Judge R A Burn side has returned from a trip to Louis ville Miss Ruby Hackney of London has been visiting Mrs R G Ward Mrs Mary Reid is visiting In Louis villa Mrs Sallle Lou Myers Is at home again after a visit to Harrode burg end Lexington Mrs C M Reid and children have returned to Mlddlee Mondayhoson has joined his wife and children in Lewis county Mr and Mrs Joshua Kempor leave shortly to reside In Ok lahoma Miss Julia Ratdwho has lehoereturn homo Mrs J E Stormes gave eonlngMluRichmond foundnedead in his home at Danville Death byheart 41Jt 01 Ij it Iftfi R fJt Suits T0 Suit 4 t4Ifrl your Clothes made to measure come 4f t ihere and youll put the notion out of your You can save 5 to 20 besides f iNITPAYS TO TRADEAT iI THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and RopIHtYour money back It youre not satisfied Itlti1 lt SOLD Less have to with stoves in warm and BYShiver rooms if Blast them Stoves every size Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY a lanUt cdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration v It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration jpnf any portion of tho body without injury to health or clothing All tho ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepti fiedbyI weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST r STANFORD KENTUCKY GUNS Ammunition Hunting Vests eCc lYe will make you the lowest Prices you can get far CASH tJ- L f Cram Hooker ST1tNFORD CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness 4 V Full and complete stock of the above always on handand arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County U I CAndidate tar 8UI Treat urer to the ctloo of the Democratic pmy ROBERT HARDING- of Dor111e liacnMllilita fur Circuit Judge ab ject to the action of the Democratic pup CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mrt r U I rndldetelor Commonwealth At ferny In Ibll the 13th Judicial district abJect to the action of the democratic party For pougrees G G GILBERT Of Shelby THE INTERIOR JOURNAL extends hearty congratulations to Mr William Owen Molntyre of tho Danville Advo cato on securing the handsome and popular Mies Sadie Elizabeth Minor of Perryvllle for a partner through lifes journey Tho two wore quietly made one by Rev J O A Vaught In Danville Tuesday evening The advocate says The wedding came as an entire surprise to the friends of the young couple Miss Minor is the daughter of exRepresentative J H Minor of Perryvllle She Is noted as an exceptionally beautiful and attract lye young lady of high talents Mr McIntyre Is widely known over this section of Kentucky being one of the most successful of the young journal late Since his connection with the ADVOCATE he has formed a wide ac quaintance In Danville and Boyle county THE more you read about Jno Mitch ell tho more you are forced to admire him He Is only 31 but he has provo ed himself more than a match for the coal barons He began working In the mines when ho was 10 and quit about live years ago As president of the Minors Union he gets a salary of 81 the strike ho re800 a year and during served only 815 a week for his family and contributed the rest to the cause of the strikers Those who Imagined ho salary and suffering was enjoying a princely no privations from the strike will see that he has borne his share of the trials of the miners THE strike Is over praise the Lord By a unanimous vote the Wilkes barre convention of United Mine Worker adopted a resolution embodying Presi dent Mitchells recommendations to submit the strike Issues to the arbitra tion committee appointed by President Roosevelt Work was to have been returned yesterday Mostof the mines according to Inspectors are ready for an Immediate resumption of operations It Is expected that the findings of the arbitration commission will be ready In a month WITH the election only 10 daye off It behooves the democrats to put In every lick possible Very little has been done toward effecting an organization and the arranging of plans by which the vote may be gotten out and tfot much time remains to do so In So go to work at once democrats keep the ark a moving from now until the polls close and all will be well It will take this to Insure Llqcoln county for Hon G G Gilbert Loose no time but begin work at once and in earnest THE INTERIOR JouRNAinrounds out Its second year under the present man agement this Issue The editor Is exceedingly grateful for the patronage he has received from subscribers ad vert1 ers and those who have given him printing of any kind He asks a continuance of that patronage promis leg renewed efforts to please oven the most fastidious TUB Louisville Post Ie for Gov Beck ham for renoral nation Such support as the Post could give a democrat would damn him and the model young govenor had better ask Dick Knott to retract what bo has said In his behalf and keep quiet on the subject WHEN Murderer Claude OBrien was told that a palmist had decreed that he was to die soon he simply said Rats OBrien seems to be about as nervy a thief as ever came down tho pike A BUFFALO N Y Judge has deci ded that It Is not a crime for a poor woman to steal 50 cents worth of coal this winter There Is a little more bu inanity In that decision than thero Is aw J WHILE talking through his hat to a Washington correspondent the other day Commissioner John W Yerkes said that Kentucky would elect four republican Congressman this year THEY aro now soiling knockout ci garettes at 810 for five This now ci garette may do the job more quickly but It cant do It more effectively than the old time cigarette FOR merging the harvester machine companies Plerpont Morgan received 83500000 How easy It U for tho rich to grow richer MT VERNON Mrs U G Baker has been quite for some time County Judge Lewis has been sick for several weeks W T Smith Is seriously of hem orrbage of the lungs John C Graves who was so badly cut and shot some weeks ago Is ablo to be out again- J A Landram G S Griffin and oth ers attended Masonic Grand Lodge at Louisville this week Dr Samms who has been practicing m dtclnc at Livingston 12 months hai located at East Bcrnstadt A daughter of James Taylor of this place was thrown from a horse Wednesday and painfully hurt Dr T J Price a prominent physi alan of Level Green and R Leo Dray of Wabd wore hero Monday Buford Cummins an aged citizen of the Level Green neighborhood dlel1 Monday and was burled In Freedom church yard Wednesday Mesdames Henry Moore and W O Champ who were visiting this place were called home at Paint Lick on account of the PoyntzSllor tragedy M C Miller Jr of this place who has been a telegraph operator on the L d N and other roads leaves In a few days to take a position In Colorado Our people are as a unit for James D Black for governor Ho deserves the nomination and we are here to see that be gets It He should not be horned off any longer Last Sunday the writer saw a rooster tike a halfgrown mouse that a cat wis playing with and mako a bee line for taU timber followed by the angry feeI line The rooster swallowed the moute alive without the formality of chewing Hon U G Gilbert our Congress man and nominee will speak at Mt Vernon Monday Oct 27th at 1 p M at Livingston Tuesday 71 M and atI 3rodhcad Wednesday at 711 While t looks like a walk over for Mr Gil bert democrats should not be caught napping but came out and vote Members and delegates who attend the meeting of the Kentucky Indepen lent Telephone Association of SouthI era Indiana in Louisville at Exchange Jail Board of Trade Building Oct 28 and 29 should secure certificates from railroad agents where tickets areI purchased which entitles them to a rate of onethird fare on the return trip If through tickets can not be secured from starting point take certifi cate from each agent where ticket is purchased Present your certificates to James Maret secretary K 1 T A at Louisville meeting for endorsement Headquarters for the K I T A and the I T A of Southern Indiana will b at tho Louisville HotelITHIS AND THATIBarbourvllle will vote on selling whisky In December The town Is dry now The story that Miss Alice Roosevelt is engaged lo marry a Little Rock man is authoritatively denied The Confederate Home at Pewee Valley was dedicated yesterday 1 Over 10000 people were present While bunting In Wayne county Tom Percy Decker was killed by the scldental discharge of his gun Members of the International Asso ciation of Stationary Engineers and Firemen may refuse to handle anthra cite coal until members of their union are reinstated In their jobs la Pennayl vaniaIn county the 18ycar old daughter of Horace Williamson was shot and killed from ambush while she was returning from Church The In landed victim It Is thought was her escortE Lien of Mount Pleasant Is Introduced a resolution In the Missouri Valley Homeopathic Association meet Ing at Lincoln Neb scathingly de nouncing kissing The resolution waaadppted A special grand jury at Lexington returned Indictments against Earl Whitney and Claude OBrien charg ing them jointly with tho murder of A B China two weeks ago Judge Park er said he would try them at once POLITICAL Congressman Charles A Russell of Connecticut Is dead Senator Banna began his tour of In diana by speaking to 10000 people at Evansvlllo The Oyster Bay tax roll shows an assessment against President Roose velt of 840000 J Morgan Cblnn will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals Negroes at Memphis bolted the re publican organization and nominated candidates for Congress and other aID ces Yerkes speaking tour In Kentucky a as follows Glasgow Oct 27 Bowling Green 28th and Hartford 20th On Oct 31 he will speak In Richmond Emerson Ethcrldge an eminent Ten ncsseean is dead He was the last Whig member of Congress and after tho Civil War was prominent as are B Hill was the principal speaker at the Tammany nail ratifica o in New York It was his first appearance at Tammany Hall for 10 pears A letter of regret was read from former President Grover Cleveland IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Robert L Watkins Is dead at Perryvllle Will Foster a miner was killed by falling slate at Plnevlllo Ellsha Hopkins was given a life len tence at Plnevlllo for murder In Knox county Ellen Carne was ac cidentally shot and killed by Vic Mes ser The store of Nelson Royalty at Cald well Mercer county was robbed of a largo lot of merchandise Mrs John Martin attempted suicide at Mlddlesboro presumably because her husband was given a penitentiary sentenceWashington Basket a brakeman who was hurt In a wreck on the Southern railroad near Harrodsburg died of his injuries The sevenyear old boy of Reuben Thompson of Lebanon Junction was thrown from a horse and died a few hours later- Cleveland Pointer son of J H Poin ter a prominent stockman living at Dallas Pulaskl county was accidentally killed The breech pin of a gun bo was firing flew out and entered his skullThe Pennsylvania Lubricating Com panys well No 13 on the Jerry San dusky farm In Wayne came In at 480 feet It Is the best well in the Beaver creek field making over 300 barrels of a fine quality of dark green oil Suit has been filed at Lebanon by County Attorney Hill to settle up a claim of 8175000 alleged to be due Marion county for the old bond Issue for the Cumberland and Ohio Railroad Co The L N is a party to tho suit Deputy Collector W T Short made a raid en Buck CreckEstlllcountyand captured a complete moonshine still and 1100 gallons of beer The operator of the still Jack McKinney was captured and brought to Richmond Jno D Nyers of Mllledgevllo who was so badly shattered and mutilated from his fall from a barn roof lately Is now on the highway to health less tho left hand which had to be taken off to save his life Huitonvllle Cor Advocate LAND STOCKCROPS ETC M F Lawrence sold to James Estcs 6S0 pound steer at 3r Embry Bros bought several mule colta this week at about ItO B F Robinson bought 100 bogs in thu Preacbersvllle section at Otc L Joseph purchased oyer 500 export cattle In Bourbon paying 51 to 6c A W Carpenter sold to B F Saun dent A Bro 4S 1415pound cattle at 6c Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs ready for service John Ovraley Reid Stanford Frank Martin bought of James Car- Bon his farm of 118 acres two mile from Turneravllle at 315 Fort SALE Two fine male Berk shire pillS subject to register Weight about 05 pounds C Vanoy 2t FOR SALEA Jersey cow gives two gallons of milk a day Will soon be fresh With calf to Bailey lL McKln noys Pedro B Frank Rout throughout tho country The apple crop thlr year according to the eel mate of the New England Homestead will bs 43000000 barrels against 21 000000 barrels In 1001 Hubble d Eubanks refuted 81000 for their line three year otd jack Reno ft Morrison mado the offer and they wilt likely take him at 81500 the price his owners have set on him- WANTEDClover Seed We pay more for Clover Seed than any house We stand ready to provo this Got prices from others then see us Wo are not commission buyers Kentucky Suoply Co Danville Ky Ot Enter In the INTERIOR JOURNALS corn show You might get 85 for a dozen ears of corn Tho prizes are 85 to tho first and this paper and the Twice aweok Cournal journal a year to the second The show will take place next county court dav D N Prewltt sold to T C Rankin court day the famous span of mules Adam and Eve for 8125 Shelby Toy is told to D N Prowltt some hogs at 0 cents and fat heifers at 3cts J J Moore sold his farm on the Stanford pike containing about 85 acres to William Tuwmey of Lincoln Price private Advocate MATRIMONIAL Harry M Glvans and Miss Cordl Vaughan Childers will marry at Pine vllle today- A Minnesota man killed his daugh knife because he ter with a butcher objected to her proposed marriage James Ross a widower of 47 and Mrs L A Rice a widow of 25 wero married at Rev Lafollettos Wednes day Robert Gaines and Miss Marada Singleton both of the South End wero made one at Rev Nathan Singletons yesterday Rev R B Mahony performed the cermony In Louisville Wednesday that bound tho hearts and hands of Miss Ma ry Alpba Traylor of this county and Mr EdL Dudderar of Birmingham The wedding occurred at Mr C W Huffmans and was a quiet but elegant affair Tho bride Is a beautiful brunette and a charming young woman while the Is a fine young man- aand valued employe of the L k N viThe Grand Leader i 1 ele This full the Grand Leader is making spccinl inducements to the trade EeOur lines represent the foremost manufacturers of this and foreign coun iI t lttric3 nro extremely uptodate and tho quality tho highest standard Our 1- r prices nro as low as it is possible to soil tho high grade of goods that wo place on our counters Wo ask of you to inspect our goods told prices f and we feel assured that your verdict will be as ours Tile best goods for Ics3 meaty than elsewhere Como ii It nay time you are always welcol11o o 1 f tTRADE BRINGERS IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 1 F38iucll Melrose in rod blue gray inr1l nt per yard 48C 44inch Serge strictly nil wool the 7fic kind nt per yard 49c f38iuch all wool Broadcloth the 75o kind at per yard 49C i Ktuminc Kcbollinc at thoI V Our Corset Department is replete with seasons newest shnpos Thefff new J C C hipsthe corset pronounced by nil to be the finest mnde ut i 100rlhe now straight front long in fine Coutilln1 i s i is n We have n genuine boned straight front corset nt 50c that is f u a wonder XXX Model of Flexibono for stout figures nt guar p untocd unbreakable Other nakcs and kinds from 25c up to 2 See them f ea i Our Jail lino of large and stocks of singhntru cntlCOOtl oulingtl ftalillobnU wool y flannel flan lei percale Ihirtingg comlorte b Inetles maws and chitelrcnlI J shoes mens and clothing boots underwear mans and ladjexl urnishing goods ladles tailorrmade skirts trunks valia anti ilCopcs Uemomher our prices are always right ntlll if ilia c satisfied wo return your money for the asking i l GRAND LEADER t lf o HAYS LEVY Props S Q LEVY Manager sbvs i 1rie i s1 eia i 5s i0 FOR RENT I dealrc to rent my property situated on Somerset treat 0 tulle franc town coniUt Ing ot dwelling of oreo rooms beiide Jcltcben and kervanf room and a tine cel tar smokehouse chicken house coal house and a toad stable aIM It acres of land 2 hydrants oaln tho yard and owe for stork well cistern co near tho door for Bald property In pood repairJA9I IL BROWN 8 BROWN Attorney ntLaw Office in Masonic BldK SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts alto In United States and CourU Collections made and pruf ptlr raml- ttedPOSTED I We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fUhtojc or any kind of tre paflnp ou our places and violator to the full extent of tho law J Nevln Carter I W Oaiter James McOorraaek J FOOT Mr Maggie HIWi James N Oa h Mrs J M White Jatne Meurr Alex Traylor Tom Stone Mlts Matile Joeh IlaHoe J W Datlglllkn 8T Ilarrta W n Uudderai To the Coal Consumer I tbought out lIIgglee ft Alms the coal dear we are noW pr red to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country with the heel brand of cowl at the lowest market price far cash Farmer we will tAke your and corn la exchange for coal at the market pike We sollolt your trade and guarantee full weight for your money Order at oral house phone 41 or Iloono livery table No OS Boone fSc Dutxsveat STRNPoZw KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at sale my property iltuated on the north of Main on ealt ddn of College street In Hnitonvllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery table and vacant lot Thl property la well are ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery table having on tame R nice livery barn 65x79 and all outbuilding necessary for hotel and livery and good va cant lot fur K desired E1erla ting water In abundance Property U well arranged for private renldonce a now rented for that If want good paying In Uutonvile- all on or address U 8 Carpenter nUlton vllle Ky J Winch black only tho 82 kind ntl1r yard 150 e 44inch black kind tier yard 75d54iuch Broadcloth tho 8125 kind at per 98ce I the lip hip 125 beauty The 150 eousists varied canton oaken boys boys THE drlnklar prosecute private purposes private property only 8225 yard and see what wo bavotIIfur birthday ninny Our suggestions now wedding giftsIand friends in I and Cut Glass I 1Silolwnroand Clocks Etc 11 I W Hs MUELLERf We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they got hero with out insisting Tho public at largo is not Ole half as particular as wo are in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho trccurato fillling of their prescriptions In tho buying I selling or compounding of drugs wo nOel guess Wo make sure that everything is right in every particular Como to U8JPennys Jug StoreStanford t 1 fIwayo Changlngr j fts 90 fho Same Come in and see We are always glad to show you through our large assortment of 1Iwe will prove i- tWithers Furniture Cof IG L Carpenter Proprietor i Dr R Goldstein OP LOUISVILLE KYIPhysician and Practical Optician i I will be at thort ST ASAPE HOTEL r THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 14f 1achesl INTERIOR JOURNAL KY OCT 24 10021 ITHElIIn your prescriptions we use bt In the exact propor with proper care Wo could bettor yon paid us doublo the which Storo la always reasonable Pen PERSONALS U Mn R L HcuiiLB weot to Knox vllle yesterday Mn GEOIIOK D POPE of Living eton was hero Wednesday r lMRS ADULIA WOODS la vlglilng Injho West End j JOHN POIB has moved his family I from Boyle county to Livingston J S RUED of Lexington Is mother Mrs J M White 1MRS MITCIIKLI TAYLOR of Hum with her parents In this county H n SlNttLETON and family of Waynesburtf were hero yesterday Mns M J MILLER has returned t from a visit to Mrs W P Walton at Lexington Miss EVA Good and Mr D 8 I Wednesday Gooch of Wayncsburg were bore tBLEDSOe BAILEY left yesterday for visit his sister Mrs II D Gregory REV R 0 MAIIOMY and Mlis Marie Mabony were In Louisville this week the former to attend the Insurance t men meeting f MR GEOROE L CARIENTER spentJfew days with his brother penter at Dayton O A BON arrived a few day ago at the home of Mr and Mrs Logan Thom P too near Preaobersvllle Mr D G GOVEII Is back from Hon dersonvllle N C where ho wont to IIlee his wife and children A LITTLE daughter has arrived to bless the union of Rev and Mrs Sao ford M Logan at MIddlesboro MR J E LYNN has been troubled with iolatlo rheumatism to the past two wcolcs no Is confined his bed mOtto of the tlmoIMIss TRVIS UARIVTER wont Levlngton yesterday to enter the con icrvatory of music She will take both vocal and Instrumental lessons MR WILLIAM nusnit formerly of Ottonbolm orders his paper sent to hamburg led whore he has gone into the general merchandise business NEWS comas from Lexington that Mr Bd Foster son ot Mr T J Potter t of this place It at the point of death Mr Foster loll at ones for his bed Ide MR W G LACKBY arrived from 8 1LouisTuesday to visit hit sister an relatives bare His wife and dabbler earn ai far as Louisville with him A IXMBN or more young l dlM went orer to Lnnoasler list night tit witness Mrs A D lUlde DaltarU entertain- Ment Mr S M Hankln ohaperonod d them MR A F PURDOH of the Hubble section will move hie family to farm near Gravel Switch next wee greatly to the regret of his neighbors In this county i MR GRHBNUKRRY Ditioirr will leave this afternoon for Phoenix Anions t reside Mrs Bright and children an mother Mrs Holmes will not Jeave until T ud yAdvocate Mliil1361ztEIIARnttiandohildre n leave next week for Phoenix Arizona i iijwltb tbo hope that tho cllmato thero provo bencQalal to her little son I Jas Harris who Is greatly troubled t with asthma PRBO L DCUUAM of Mlddleburg was here yesterday returning from Selma Ala where ho has been work leg for tho Wostern Railway of Alaba matSome five woke ago be had hi s I right leg broken In a wreck and be has been In a hospital elnoe As Mr Durham weighs nearly 300 pounds bo make rather a poor out walking on f crutchesMRS KATB SLAUGHTER McKis NEYs now eoDl The Green Kentucky Pastures has made a decided hlthav lag been adopted by tho Al Field i Minstrel Co as being one of their fa vorites this season saps the Richmond Mrs McKlnocy it tho ac wire ot Sifpt James I Mo llReJhter of the Montgomery division of N Vt LOCALS BRICK for sale W H Shanks pWRtako special orders for skirts fc Sons I HAVE moved my barber shop and Ilaundry offlso to the Commercial build tog opposite M D Elmorot storct Call on mo there Ed Wilkinson IRFatgM1Ett that Judge M C Saufloy will address the citizens of tho Wcat End at Hustonvllle tomorrow Satur day afternoon In tho Interest of Ho w George G Gilbert DAVID TATUM a Quaker evangelist from Colorado will deliver art Instruct lye address on temperance and the li traffic at the Christian church evening Oct 31st at 7 oclock will now to save tho 1Friday You arc cordially Invited to BrIRhtJrWANTED to buy a second hand type writer This office WE have some millet seed tacks for solo cheap J H Baughman L Co Nice lino ofoow bed room suits rude and multiage J L Beazley d Co LOOK at tbo now skirls slat scam kilt box pleated styles 12 to 110 Severance Sons PLACE your order with us now for American Woven Wire Fence and sore money FanIs k Co IF you have been having troublo getting expression try an Instantaneous picture at Miss Sacrayj YOUR attention Is IOd the sale advertisement of Mr Joel J Walker which appear elsewhere forR3rd begins NovS Twi newMoMonte Carlo coat just In Different from the styles wo have shown before 45 to 1259av erance ti Son BODY type display type cylinder press job presses proof press column cheapWriteYOUR city taxes are now duo and you are requested to pay them at onto Six cone will bo added Nov R O ones city collector SOLD OCTStd J Myers has sold his saloon at Crab Orchard to Sam J Totem Mr Mycr will hunt soothe location to open a similar butlne4e ATTEND the you elks social to be given by tbo mission band of the Christian church In Severance Sons i old storeroom tonight Admission 15c minstrelovery i Tuesday night ortowas the singing wi e fair but the colored brothers were shot on noting BADLY BaNaodaughter 0 Matt Leach who lives near Highland was badly burned Tuesday and It Is feared that she can not survive her In Juries nor olothesasught se Ibo was walking by a flreplaoe and she came near burning up at tbo time pianodt of Hon Goo G Gilbert candidacy to morrow Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock A large crowd ought and doubtless will hear this dlsllngulshed gentleman and finished orator Wri1cHTMrJ Wright died at Liberty after a long illness oftt complication of troubles aged i6 Ho was tho father of Mr Wm H Wilkinson gentleka t Liberty after funeral services by Rev T J Godboy 0dlem Oct 31at and Hustonvlllo Nov let for tbo purpose of collecting tax This will bo your last chance to pay at homo Circuit Court makes It Impossible for- ma to meet you again before tho penal ty Is added M S Baughraan S L C BALLOTS This office Is geulpg the ballot ready for the election to be hold Tuesday week It lt a right big job requiring over 15000 Impressions and cash ballot has to bo numbered There are thrW tickets on it Hon G Gilbert under the rooster Wm Lawson Sumrall under tho log cabin and William Lowen under too phoenix Tako your choice but bo euro to vote under the rooster NRWLAND O J noised known by almost everybody as Brother died at an early hour Tuesday morning of blood clot on the brain and was burled In Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday afternoon after services tot tbo grave by Dr William Shelton A wife and four children survive Mr Nowland had been In feeble health for sow o time having Buffered a stroke of pa ralysis several year ago Ho complained considerably during Monday with his head and at 530 that afternoon he tank Into stupor from which ho never revived Mr Newland was 53 years old and was chief marshal o Stanford for some 15 years Ho made a fearless officer and the morals of the town were Improved during isle Incum honey Some 10 years ago ho was shot by a man named Tcator whom ho was trying to arrest and white the wound healed It caused him almost continual bDle name O but broth er Mr Thomas D Nowland Informs us that the 0 was added while he lived out West to distinguish him from another John Newland who frequently got Ole math Deceased was a kind hearted honorable citizen and his death occasions much regret He was a warmhearted mss who had friends that stuck to him as close as a brother a WE have lust returned from a trip to the cloak factories and have 25 special designs on sale Severance Sons BUY goods of us nnd get a chance on the flootSO folding bed we give away purchasePLEASE call for locate of your county claim on any other than court day tt Is Impossible for roe to walton you thetfeand attend to other business of too clerks office Geo B Cooper county clerk BRO ED WALTON advertises a I1 corn show tho premiums to be giv en by himself As ho advertised corn doctor pretty extensively loaf week It looks as though too crop would be a little scarce over theca just now Central Record AN unusually large Instrument was recorded In County Clerk George B Coopers office yesterday It was an extension of mortgage of the Cincinna ti New Orleans ft Texas Pacific Rail to the trustees of the Cincinnati Tbe lease calls for 81000 000 yearly The mortgage contains nearly 20000 words nON GEO G GiLUERTa speaking tour of this county came to an end last night when he made a short talk at tbo courthouse His crowds at Crab Or chard Ottenheim and Waynesburg were reasonably good and bo was most cordially received at each place Mr Gilbert Is very strong with Lincoln county democrats who recognize both bu ability and fitness for the high of nee beholds end aspires to continue to fill Although he had extended isle op ponent Mr Sumrall an Invitation to speak with him In this county ha to put In his appearance at any of appointment FIVE people are charged with the crime of calling Mr Chorine H Yao Ars ale an aged and splendid citizen of tbo West End from his home hud knocking him senseless and robbing him account of which was given In last Issue They are Mart Owens JM Cottrell Mr James Cottroll Harlan Denham Mr Harlan Donbam they wore turned over to Jailer by Marshal William Lair of Huston vllle Tuesday night Cottrell and wlfo lire on the VanArsdale farm and Ow neighborhoodito Their examining triads sot for Saturday Mr VanArsdalo Is not as badly wounded as was at first thought 6PRAIIISUIoeereeY 9 Burch and Goo B Sautloy will speak for the democratic ticket at Sugar Grove schoolhouse at ll M Monday hexi 27th at Chestnut Ridge Wednesday night 20th at O K Thursday night Mth Mr Buroh and A M Warren will speak at Goshen Tuesday night SSib and at Soapcr eehool house Friday night 31sl Mr Burah and J S Owsley Jr will speak at Klngsvlllo Saturday night Noy let non M F North will speak at Mllledgevllle Friday sight Oct 31st at McKlnney Sat urday afternoon Nov 1st and at Rich ards schoolhouse Saturday night WilliIpeale DR C EDWIN POYNTZ who died from wounds received in a duel with J C Slier at Paint Lick Monday night was tho son of Dr J M Poyntz a prominent physician of Richmond and was graduated about eight year ago from the Louisville Hospital College of Medicine He was a popular and prom Islng young practitioner and was to hares been married to Miss Mary Lear of Paint Lick on Nov 1 She was call cd table deathbed and the porting scene was heartrending Edwin Poyntz PeyotzGcrushed by the blow Two sisters 8Ur vlve blm The body was taken to Rlch mond for Interment Mr J C Slier who was thought to have been fatally wounded In the duel with Dr Poyntz Is thought to be almost out of danger A UNIQUE CHARACTER One of the most unique characters In this part of the State Is Stephen A Doughlas Mill cr of color who lives at the homo of Mr James Robinson near Hubble Ho was born in Madlaon county and was owned and reared by Col Irvlno Miller a very wealthy and aristocratic gentle man On one occasion when a mere boy Doug as ho Is called was told to call In tho farm hoods for tho noonday meal and decided to proclaim the glad tidings from the house top Ho ao cordlngly ascended to tho roof perch 1ad himself on tho edge of a largo shim ney and blew a loud blast on his dinner horn So Intent was ho on being heard that ho forgot his position and tumbled headlong down tho chimney Injuring his plea eo severely ea to render him unfit for tbo heavier class of labor and was finally placed in the klichcnwhoro ho soon became an export In the cull nary art Ho lived In Madison until about 12 years ago when he came to this county and has lived alternately with the families of Messrs George P Bright and Jas Robinson doing the cooking for them most of the time Douglas contends that as he does tho work of a woman be should dress like one and dons feminine garb on all occa slons He holds himself aloft from the rest of his race and associate them but little On Sunday wltbI bl best dress be attends services at tho white Baptist church Hubble communes with the other members and will lead In prayer when ever he Is given the opportunity In pollllcs he Is an monlcolJmeDdablo oomlncelof that party Unlike the average Negro of today he Is consid ered exceptionally trustworthy and has been known to abuse the con fldonco placed In him hut on tho other band seems to appreciate It He is tho recipient of many little kindnesses termljtbembefriends him Yet with It all be Is bumble and polite knows his place and keeps It and to bo plain Is ono of tho few who can stand good treatment without becoming afflicted with that degree of familiarity which breeds In solence and contempt In fact ho re minds ono of the oldtime darkey now rapidly yielding to too ravages of time and to whom tho white master was so genuinely attached In the halcyon days of the South before the war Coal mining was Warn resumed In the anthracite region yesterday morning In some places thero was delay occasioned by the necessity of got ting the mines ready In other locall ties 75 per cent of the moo returned to workAn Injunction has been asked on behalf of a Catholic priest In Bracken county restraining the school trustees from allowing the Bible to be read In the schools Wme1100 for retailing liquor at Lan caster ESTRAY There left our place a blank nerkihlreiow PolandChinaweighing 170 and a dark red tow weighing 190 Inform Embry Ilrot Stanford Ky MeetingDThe stockholder of the Beaver Greek Oil Gas Co lire requested to meet at Dr J ockThondayelecting officers for the ensuln year and at tending to other Important business OEO D WEATHERFORD Farm for Sale Contain 130 acres of flno Hanging Fork land and hn upon It and out buildings Ii In a high state of cultivation and is well fenced and watered In known an the E T Young farm and It la Turners CooperlUehard agentforPUBLIC SALE Of Stock Crops Etc Having sold my farm I will offer for sole on WEDNESDAY NOV Ith IBM The following described property at public auction on the premise three miles West goodteedlng bughonetimothyhaypost and fencing umber farming Imple wheat mont drllhcornplanenplowiharrows 2 two lioro wugonk harness hay frame many other things too numerous to men tion Ten pew hemp brakes Also some household and kItchen furniture TERMS All sums of ilO and under cash over that amount a good noto payable In months from day of sale with 6 per cent Interest negotiable and payable at bank gale begins at 10 Oclock sharp Lunch on grounds J J WALKER T D English Auctioneer t Rain and BtTi no died baneswith Eureka Irst I1Jj Lneu thl Ii ms the damn Ais45she OILNo 1only t lookflllliko new bill wears twice Iallama OU f v Soldg Standard Company 4 Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS p This U a farm of 145 acres located S miles from Stanford It Is within one mllo of ill poatomce church school store mill cheer factory nn bear a German settlement The farm Is well preserved and improved and contains a largo amount of tine saw timber Tho Improvements consist ot a good frame dwelling house with S largo rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns ono an extra good frame cattle sheds attached and especially arranged for cur Ing tobacco a log table and wagon shed combined also a hennery a smoko house and corn crib There Is a Ana young orchard bearing a small vineyard small fruit The fencing Is of rails and In good repair ThR farm Is water ed with neverfalling springs and two cit terns The owner Is a non resident and of ten this farm at a on very easy terms For further particulars call on or address L R Hughes Becv Central Ken tucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford Lin cola County Kentucky Change Your Appearance A NEW HAT WILL DO IT Tryone of our S3 tlirccouiico aerial weight PtifT hats They are selfconforming nnd feel as comfortable as a soft hat We have soft hats in nil of the newest shapes ouch shades from SI to 83 New shipment received today Como in and inspect them I Cummins S McClary I t Terms Cash tr w a aq 1 w styles dressy 500 BOOTEES Two styles 350 MIKE Heavy boots 350 Kip boot 300 solid as iron 200 One notquite so leath er 150 Sold by H J McRoberts r 1 i i i li IThe Ji3i bill but we want you to hot Our overook our bidtitj plans enable us to ofler de- sirablei Shoes Dry Goods Cloaks and Notions at less I money than others Our m t l is and the tJfilctthat we are a1ays tlo ing business is a good cvi Th t douse that tho styles quid itics and prices are right t Dont do the in i t justice to buy before you see our stock ti1 j Severance stoC oo II aMtaJ lrtt f I 0 0 0e 0 0 0 S0fi fi te outi e0Sstis sIs s s SS JR a CO Dealers in Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass nnd Queensware nil kinds of Garden nnd Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement fi 1 ii i RUPLEY- The I STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call v r1I1Ji7JJJ-t Mocker Bootees Different andserviceable FORWOOD HONEST HARTFORD STOGABoots goodbutidl I Biggest Bid Gets The Plumb I ia economical complete 1I yourself Sons New Store JOHN BRIGHT BC Merchant Tailor NICE FARM FOR SALE CIoutside of the town limits It Is one of the prettiest homes around Stanford and Is twotorydllelUngdry cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished tree Most of the outside font ing Is kept up by others Very little tone lag to Splendid tarn a good cistern at doer a state of cultivation with most oflt In grass Good roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and tee the place J S Hundley Stanford i j oTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL XnUred n the polloffice at Stanford at itonddati mail- errabUahCirudQ3MI aaFridapm- r 1 PER YEAR CASH of Wh n not 10paldlBJoom becharied KNOXVillE DIVISION n 24 Train going North 6m 026It It 3BQ s oUIt SOUIIUUmN-o 23 n u 1464 p m For all Polnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoOeates StanforJam Mlam- KofTarrlTe atSUnlorJ MS a m o 21 leate Stanford at 280 p m 4 L 8 PRICEb- urgeon 13 Dtntiit pitStanford Ky w a Il OSeoT r l5caoberte Building Drug Step In th 0wtl r IllRe A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky over Higgins dl McKInnoys Stori IIOffice Telephone Noe pi Ha C NEWLAVD SURVEYOR WalnutlFlat Kentucky Offers his services to the people of Lincoln and adjoining e NEW LIVERY STABLE s W DUE k ST Prom JUNCTION CITY KY firstClass Turnouts atReasonable Bates fci8peclal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every king firstclass Porter meetlall trains = 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE TABLE Hone and Melee constantly on hand end for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky OffersuialftcrTicca as s Auotomza wrIthe people of Lincoln County He please both In work price Write to him J+ + JYJC A Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In HASN3SS5 SADDZEBY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUO BZIUIS M purnitureMattlnjSRugsThey a call Prices right MANFORD KENTUCKY s u raa E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary A Treasurer Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exdiaif S TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1Douse iuJ lot In StanfoMUte roomshalt porch la lbe rear goal pllea good nelhborhood dOle toehnrthMamlachool Oot for small fam lly Price No 2StaullfarmS7aens AtullM from Man ford lloussot four good room back porch and veranda toad barn and other building In good Ir Cut In six add well fenced so acrea In cultivatlononacreIn fruit tree rest la in Uouaht at commissioners ale at bargain rod be bargain Close to church olantr Price tai r acre Land adjoining fu and lat Tblslsabarjaln No slIouN and lot In Stanford Hoax con talnseveroom Uood atablt and 8 acn of land well fenced Ooe of prettiest building lots In town cottage or a 2 atorr room front coulddbetbuit to the cottage rod be md bMuUrut home Will be IOld cheap utile ownu muat have mone- yNo4Two story trams dwelling 7 rooou and veranda loot garden fearing end house to good repair For oat or rent Lice reasonable No and lot In Stanford Thiee roomi repair and Iron porchlagarden and table Good No 7 House and lot In Stanford l K stories 8 looms GOld gardenwok and coal houea onlT L Farm of M acre 3 mile from SUn ford on county road 23 acre in cultltatlo a Tea In Nature 2 orchards and real la limber T1ro Imall cottages good bun and outbuildings well watered and lellclog fairly good Place can be bought at your price as owner this In Indlanapo Us and must bat money No farm of 221 acre four mile from Stan ford on beet pike la the county Sixty acre la 6 In timothy 8 In dour and fensInwell never rood pondA 1110 dweUings good barn and out Lulldlllitl Fronts pike for tnree1uarwn or mile both d 1Ieillop beIng on pike l1eoty fruit tJftI and enough timber to make 6000 post Aplend bluegraa farm and onlt 10 minute drive from the countyat Owner ol line tarn adloinic 1 ha recently refused aid wr acre Woll this at SSJW per acre No 1129 acres land with necessary ImproTt mot mile from Stanford Dwelling hu four room reracda hall and porch Large barn smoke house etc Well watered an fenced and building in good repair Price reasonable No room hall and porch neccesary outbuildings and garden Also large two ltory Itore room UI6O feet lower room upplled with counter shelroete Water In dwelling and tonroom fro cistern and well on place Small lot back ofilore Unemllefrom Stanford Iluildln In good repair and dwelling originally COlt H5uO and atore over 1200 Will Mil both for fSJO or will rent or sell separately No 11230 acre farm 5i mile of Crab Orchard Ey Brick dwelling grooms two tenant bourn two bun well rod spring near dwelling Farm In Ugh state of cultitatlon 150 acres deer bottom land good fencing fruit etc lrlce 3750 an acre No 14100 acres ol land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite Spring ingress no 1m protemenU stock bra abundance of tock water Prettiest ulldtogalt In town Price WOUO No 15A nice cottage rod lot on Lancaster street Bunlonl room cistern etc Colt 1toa will Mil lot 31000 No 17A farm of 164 acre nor Hustontllle Dwelling of tight rooma hall veranda eta On tenant hone tat barn Urge tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cistern and good well In the yard and water In Held on the place Farm cut In oven field and IIntctlnd- No 60Farm of acres lllnated near Kings tile Kyj acre In cullltatlon In timberreat In araat well watered two barns and other outbuildings repair Dwelling comparatlre ly new b wlihln 800 yards of three churches Khool postofflc and 8 depot Property he on pike nd county road and Is the most arm In that section Wa will sell the whole farm tor fJ400 or In of not Irn than acres to lultpurchaaer ThUlsctrtsJnly cheap property No LtFarm of 73 acre near Waynesbnrg D1Ie1llDII1Rood bra1e Well watered fencing In good Troductlte lime lone land in good ceifhtiorhood close to school aad on good road Price 170- 0Ko54 Alarm of JOOacrea In Lincoln county Three good dwellings S good barn and other out buildings each house barn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county roadt tulle from church school and postoffic Lays well and well watered Tbla Ii a o farm and would suit two or hre ftmUlea that might want to tom from the same neighborhood 1rlce reaaonable No 53A farm ot 103 acre In Casey county Ky One and one ball ltor dwelling with six roomy good barn and other outbuilding Blzty acrea In cultlrallon 43 acre In timber fruit trees etc Lay well on county rood close to churches 1C1l0011e Me only two No 56 Farm olUS acres In Casey count T1I0- Itor frame dwening two good barns and oilier ulbuUding la r Splendid tobca land and In good community A bargain at IJOO No 1171rmofU3 acres In Casey count A new two story 8 room frame dwelling and old welling In lair DOocllUoa Duns and other out bulkllDir On county rot splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring eta This Is a de able home Price 31500- No N Flay acm nrar Pleaaant Point Ky Frame house room and Barn and other outbuildings S acres In cultliatlon ret In tin ber WeIl1later Mo yard from pottofBcejchool and church lays well on and com munltr Price 1050 We hn buyufor250or300au farm situated from one to three Also buyer for about 100 acre situated from one to four m1l from town with or without Improvements Alto a buyer for an 1000 to f 000 farm close to town No Four house and loU In Rowland Ky Price f each No W4 acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Two torv house 9 room ballTerand acre splendid land adolnlngln Stanford Prop erty U good water and In bouse cla tern at door Beautiful home Price 51000 No 22 House of en rooms porch one acre of round and good table One mils rom town Pllce 1200 No 23 Faint of 143 acres Smile trout Stanford Frame dwelling of 7 room 2 porches 2 bars one a ogtsbleandwagon abed combined the other an extra cattle sheds attached Barn arranged for curlnt tobacco Also hennery smokehouse and corn crib Fins orchard Fencing In good repair Well wtared12 cisterns etc Thl farm hss been a orDler own er r and la well preserved and Impruvel Is In inlleofpoattmce church and school Itented for for rent and Is culllrated m wheat tobacco and rioTer Irearwillstprwntowner53300 as county show No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acre land In Moreland Uood born and necessary outbuild lop2 1Iella la ard orcllrd itlalWI- Io2s In strawberries IiumedUte potseaslon Frame hotel large room double reran das hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom tntlag street feet Iron hotel stair suits ble fordwelllng 2 nice cottages nicely furnished papered and painted rooms and veranda each A ge on same Used u livery table Good garden Vacant lot adjoining S8 feet front by 200 feet deep All of this property Is In London Ky and lj a One chance for torn one to make money Proprietor has refused to rent rrortenrtor KO per month On account of ill hea oDl reason for selling proprietor desire to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 2A farm of acre In Oatrard county S mile from Lancaster Ky All In grin timothy rioter and bluegrass except 10 lied oily watered b wellpond and blanches through the place land la rich and productive crows hemp tobacco Newly fenc ed with wire and locust A orchard Improvements a KOUO t1l0ItoryelgIJ room frame dwelling wandrebeIn each room pantries cellar etc covered and painted tenant hove nand other outbuildings all In condltlor In good neighborhood near church school depot tomce ani atone within 100 yards of house This place will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary It all the year for tho treatment of- surglclIl and chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must be paid promptly = L AUTUMNAL Now the pumpklh On the vino Like a carafe Full of wino Makes tho urchlne Freckles shine f Now the chestnut Galy pops From tho burr and While It drops All our golden Dream It tops Now tho partridge Blithely drums And no more the Bumble bums While the zephyr Hits the plums Now tho katy- Dldlets shriek And the crickets- Squeaky squeak And the skoeters Creaky creak Tell us autumn On the scene Bangs her ribboned Tambourine- In mannerMost While the apple Gold and red To the poets Vision wed Falls and hits us On the head Judge Death of Rufus Polsgrove Died at his home on Green River near Jumbo Rufus Humber Polsgrove Saturday morning of consumption after 10 months suffering Bo bore his sickness without a murmur until the last He was about 23 years old Ho moved last year with his father to Louisville where they stayed ono year and where be began to all In health While he was In the city be bad the pleasure of casting his first vote Ho voted for the present City Mayor Hob Charles F Granger and the straight democratic ticket Rufus as he was called was ono of tho best boys that ever lived and his last words prove It He called his four brothers and his sis ter to his bedside and asked them all to meet him In heaven Then he called his father and said Pap meet mo In heaven These were his last words He fell back Into his stepmothers arms apd died without a struggle He was laid to rest la the Christian church graveyard at Mt Morlab Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock Be leaves four broth ers and one sister and hilt father and stepmother to mourn his lots All of the family extend their heart felt thanks to the good people of that neighborhood especially the good old lady Mrs Webber during the Illness lad death of our dear Rufus SISTER DELLA PLEASANT POINT The protracted meeting still goes on with large crowds and several addl long to the church Miss NeetaMurphy Is visiting rela tives here Mlu Evelyn Stone has been tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Dye at this place Miss Gertrude Davidson Is visiting Miss Maggie Singleton and attending the revival Mrs L I Faulkner Is visiting friends here Mrs M S McKeizle Is very ill ot fever Quito a number from here attended the county meeting at Klngvllle and all report a nice time Mr and Mrs Rou ten and little daughter Nellie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Alford Miss Leeta Murphy has returned from Ludlow Mrs Dlshon and little daughter Laura are Miss Nan nie Taylor of Pulaikl Teen who has been visiting friends hero has returned home Mrs Maud Wall Is visiting Miss Allle Murphy Mrs W D Bax ter has been the guest of her mother Mr Richard Chandler and sister of Crab Orchard have been visiting their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs G W Cummins Miss Exle Reynolds was visiting Miss Rutba Alford Mr and- re McKenzie of Eubanks and Mr James Ralnbo wore the guest of Mrs C A Fox Miss Mary Burton Is at home for a few days stay from Some- rDiggeWhat set became of your friend WaggsBiggs He went out West about a year ago and married a widow wortb half a million- DlJrJr8Now thats what I call taking time by the forelock BIggeHow B- ODIggs Why hocclcbrated his golden wedding 60 years ahead of the scbcd ule Chicago Dally News Said John last night William by grab Im beat To know why stolen kisses Tasto so sweet Says William Sho Thats easily explained Its cause theyre syrup tltlously obtained Eugene F Ware Both eyes of a wolf In a menagerie at Lyons have been operated on for cataract After the operation the ani mals eyelids were sewn together to prevent It opening them for several days 1T GAaiF Just within hergrasp is safetybut does not see she is looking the wrong way Theres many a woman struggling in a sea or llscosc who is doing the same thing- looking the snatching at- medicinal straws when the life buoy Dr Items Favorite Prescrlpi tion is within her reach itauya woman has tetti tI I know i al10ultlI not be alive today but for Dr Favorite Prescription This famous medicine dries weakening drains heals inflammation and and cures female weak nessWeak and sick women especially those Buffering from diseases of long byleUerfruItrlcUy private and Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I take pleasure in writing to let know the great good I nIYed from your Karorita Prescription your Fleaaant relicts say Mrs Nora Oaddle Rio Hart Co K l IrrattlptloDThink I would have been In my grave bad t t not been for medicine It haa been about four months since I took the medicine I was all run down had lose of appetite could not sleep at night was nervous backache black spots on my llmba and sick headache all the time I have not bad lick headache since took your medicine Favorite Prescription makes weak women stronglIlck women well no substitute for the medicine whici- works wonders for weak women Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets cure diz ziness and sick headache Japanese Sayings About Wo men Give heed to the voice of an old wo mien The Gods honor ber who thlnketh long before opening her lips A vain woman Is to bo feared for she will sacrifice all to her pride Thewoman without children has not yet the most precious of her jewels A haughty women stumbles for she cannot see what may be in her way Respect always a silent woman great Is the wisdom of the woman that holdeth her tongue Give heed to her to whom children have come she walks In the sacred ways and lacks not love Truifnot the woman that tblnketb more of herself than another mercy will not dwell In her heart A woman that respects herself Is more beautiful than a single star more beautiful than many stars at night A mother not spoken well of by her children Is an enemy to the State she could not live within the kingdoms wall Some wag addressed la letter to The King of Finance and the smart postal authorities put It In J Plerpont Morgan mall A letter addressed to The Owner of tbo Earth would probably meet the same fate Lexington Democrat Why exclaimed ber brother scornfully I dont bellevo that beau of yours could lift 150 pounds Be doesnt have to she answered triumphantly I only weigh 115 BobbleWhen Mamma gets well shes going to get a lot of new things Dottle Thats nothlnI My ram mas sick and shes got em now Shes got new ratgy end oewmonla Sombotsch Cbowfa Maba Vajlravudh Is his name and he Is the crown prince ot Slam who le now In this country He checks his name as excess baggage Lexington Democrat Judge Spiegel InClnclnnatl granted a husband s divorce on the ground that his wife Insisted on having a dog for bed fellow TREES TREES By Tho Million Frnlt and ornamental Tree Grapo Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and every f Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ ro agents but sell direct Catalogue on application Both phones HILLENMFVER 80- Lexington Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial J D Paxton J 0 Shanks W0 OeoJ Garter Biliousness slakes r Chronic Invalids When tka liter la torpid Sad falls to do its work the bile enters the blood as a nrulent potion Then I comes constipation blllousne sIck headache Seven end malaria The only treatment that rte the liter lust the right touch and starts Natures work to the night manner Is OAllONS LIVER PILLS- ANDTONIClPELlTETSJI The pill louche the liter and the pellets tone tM system 96 dote lor 9 days cost n rents sad un lea your ease U eieeedlngly bad you Jj wiU be weU before you finish them Sample free For sale at all dealer FOR SAtE BY W B MRQBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK flOOOO Directors Owsley 811 Walker W Successors to The Farmers Dank tt Trust Company and under same management continuously for at year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank ot la lUll then reorgantsed as the National flank of Stanford In 161 and again reorganized as the Pint National Ilaik of Stanford In 1IS3 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 11 years It It better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing ouatne and well than ever before In IU longand honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries aid Cor poratlons Solicited Tray lor S iset DCALtCM IK WHlsky Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYClosePrompt anj polite attention Nolhlnz but the tsIe drink Mall phone cr telegraph orJm receive prompt attention For Salt or flint Property known asThe Russell Spring consisting of acres S3 In woodland and Ii under cuIUatlon a 10i room hotel one cottage of S and another of rooms furnished throughout and In good repair Near the hotel Is a of cite water which has been analyzed and le known to have floe medicinal properties The summer tatronge la good and the transient all the year A Site opening for an enterprising hotel man For further Information terms addrcas or call on Vaughan Je Oraham Russell Springs Kentucky TIMBER LflND FOR sflLE In order to settle thlllutaerblpbulnell- of John Donta Jr J Q Donta having died last December we will sell 2700 acre of timberland Adalrcoun ty This land contain between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory This tract of land Ii close to the famous oil flelrts of Wayne and la exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes of Is In one body an It Is a bargaInI for some one For particulars apply J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Ilardln Harrodsburg or Oscar Ronta Faulkner Ky CRG C LeXInGTOn DEIZ20lRftC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It Is especially devoted to tho Interests ot the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor WIPI Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky r + GeJa Officers S II SHANKS President J R OVY8LEV Cashier W U HRIOIIT Ant Cashier Officers J 8 HOOKER Irest J J MORORRRT3 Cbr W H WEAKEN Bk- ptDireotors F Reid Lincoln Oo T HarrU Lincoln Oo J8 Hooker Lincoln Uo CoJU D Rroor Stanford 8 II Raughiran Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jasltobinon Hubble J H lau bman Stanford W P Tate Stanford Small Farm for Sale Small farm of acre on Hanging Fork near Peytons Well fer sale cheap Has two atorT dwelling and fair Other outbuilding good Splendidly watered O W Luniford Ky No1 Small Farm For SIIIrev sato on easy Unas a small Lincoln county MaryCarpeatrdwtMnr ke tone neat tout well and well hone househatggycrib tarp stock torn harp tohacm barn footant boos two toad orchards anj all kinds of treat IIltlehoewW buy It CeU M F I contest Phil Ky ReMeMBeR IIThat eocnllctl cheap insurnnco is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar raved in tho mium may cost you a hundred in aitloaf That only solid cofth in sight anti experienced management 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