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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 28 1902 9 A M NO G7 CRAB ORCHARD J D Willie of Lexington li spend log a few days with his parents Mr and Mr J D Willie Tbero are several at the Springs Hotel who leem reluctant to eave that pleoiant resort Our now Bank It progressing slow 7 but surely aad will be quite a band some structure when finished The band boys wont oIY In style In the Crab Orchard Springs Dui Mon day mprnlng to tako part in tbe tree fair In Lancaster Dr W M Doorcs has lust returns from the oil fields of Clinton and Wayne and reports abundant success ful Rushers The public sale ot Dr Stapp will take place on Thursday after 4 ho will remove with tits family to sow l end their futuro home Farmers have been busy during the recent pretty weather gathering corn They find the early corn quite heavy but the late somewhat light Dr Will hen and sitter Mrs HI ser have returned from a trip to Oar raid county They will leave for their respective homes Indiana and Kit sour In ft few days Our railroad park Is a thing of beau ty in Its autumnal garb and wo pro pounce MVs Alice Nowland as tbe un crowned queen of the Kooxvllle branch of the L N and the dlspato bes bus loess equal to a lawyer After selling hit farm Dave Smith has bought a farm on Dlx River where be It building a noW house upon tbe knoll known as the Blue Dank lie a builder of castles but not la the air as reMissfriends In Lancaster Miss Lulls McClure lion an extended vltlt to rol tives In Garrard end Madison Mrs P Cummins of Stanford It spending few days with her parents Dr an Mss Pettut t Henry Wells hat a pen of hogs fine and fat weighing from 350 up b they are for his own meatbouso a not for the market A visitor wlllai ways fled his table loaded with good things of this earth and elwa receives a Kentucky welcome The colored population of C 0 have just closed successful meetings at both the Christian and Baptist churche- They deserve especial mention f their zeal and earnestness In a rood cause They bad well educated an well Informix ministers to dlspeo the unread of Life at each church PLEASANT POINT 1ptr and Mrs Joe Jenkins are rejoic a now daughter Matthew Leachs daughter Sarah who WI badly burned Tuesday died Thursday and was burled Friday after noonMr Lewis Caldwell of Pultskl hit been visiting his niece Mrs Baxter Mr M S McKenzie continues of fever Mrs bleak Well It III Ora r Todd Is the guest of S Griffin Miss Neeta Murphy who Is visiting home folns will return to Somers pt MondayAn days meeting held at the Bap tin church has Just closed with the fol Uwiog results IQbaptlMd five await baptism two restored by litter oae converted and went to Methodist church seven received from Campbell Itocburuh and the oburoh greatly re vived This was one of tbe beat meet lugs the ohurob has ever had fast or Wlt Davidson did tho preaching Those good and just things were long delayed but at last tbo decrepit altludlgnent ot Kentucky Conledor veterans have boon supplied with t bondsomest and most comtorta homo and tho largest Stnto per cap for their support to be found anywhere In tbo sparsely settled oxConfederate section toAod may all who are In shall come Into that homo live to and bo happy Louisville TJroea Warm feet have a much do w hands Whoa feet are habitually tho hands are always red or blue THE OLD RELIABLE p X4 L1NGP n bAKI POWDER Abaol trVPuraIJji THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Bro Barnes Discourses on Jno Alexander Dowio INTRODUCTORY NVILLE Oct 2- 32John100 Alexander Dowlo Is the bone of contention and I wish hater attempting to defend bis claim to scrlbtursl offering of tbo famous EUls that prcccdet the grog and terrible prelimTearyconsistency of falling out with me be tidthisdmanwbo elopes your religious be hot Some of you are Presbyterians Dont you believe that God guided Jno cohcheerfully die rather then disown It Well that la your Inalienable right No one disputes It for a moment You dear sirs are a follower of John Wet Iy Another John whom you In turn ellovo to bavo been divinely raised up and equipped to propound Methodist doctrine so different from Calvinism that your prophet John declared the 0IwOr you my good critic are a devout believer In that stout reformer A ander Campbell and aver that G raised him up and dlvlnelycommlsslon ed him toreitoro tbe wandering churc to primitive usage whether he did In part la the most Intrepid fashion The ixlnt I make Is that you all stick to the citsLuther or Mabommad who aro equally garded by their followers as dlrlDel to do tbelr work No ail these moo did good service In their theJdidd I his earlier days bo steal almost to me tvrdom for Ibe doctrine of the Unity idoldet the encroachment of the papacy or t fait7sthese captains Courageous were fu riously persecuted just when they least deserve It John Calvin In Alexandcurwere wardtrotseoam eoouq h to know Alexander Campbell was as sailed by every vile epithet Presby terian Baptist and Methodist uniting to abuse him and momentarily forget ting their own dissensions In tbelr zeal one attack on thin man of God striving In the might and mole to restore to tbe church what she bad gulltyly lost Like Pilate and Herod duping bands though hating each other that Jae might perish between them I do hesitate to use the comparison for alt these bigoted persecuting church have logy loco become ashamed their action or oleo their refralnmeot It a cowardly sham Dear friends we all have our druth ore your drutber Is John Calvin yours It John Wctlay yours Is Alexan der Campbell and mine In John Alsx seder combining both names whloh mia John by the Graot of God and Alexander a helper of moo which exactly describes my man If am a judge of man All tDwe matt ware restorers All were sent of U to restore some broken down bastion ofof the church wall built to keep prole test from defiling Gods vanctuary I bavo moro direst ecrlptu ral IhasAleIIIto Auatro and Now Zealand in these lat days Dnnd explain what you now believe From GIthemldlife And I have said again and again there must bo something la this new departure or Dro Barnes wouldnt bo carried away with It something that we need to hear before censuring a man of God uchsard I will express no opinion till I have beard his side from hit own mouth My friends can you emulate this elect ladys example and glue a pall hearing to both sides Pro judl What a word portentous evil Import jedglng before hearing allnDo you ask mo what this restorer has done already 1 can answer truly that ho hat begun to restore all things as no other restorer of whom hies Dry speaks has ever even attempted 1 He has first of all restored baptism of the first seven cantor after the cross in Triune Immersion 2 Ho has next restored Gods system of Tithes from the robbery of ages of churchly misrule hand the church had relegated to doctors and drugs lnorlng tbo Great Physi clan as though be were nan exlaeat 4 Ha hoe restored the abstention from wine and aad strong drink that God bad forbidden but which th thingh6 He bee restored tbo embargo lei by God upoo tbe use of twines flesh vilse of diet Ho hoe restored the manhood of followers that Is enslaved In mil of Christians by the use of tobac co which In Its various forms It pot soning this as It has other generations wholesale by that Insidious end deadly mponent nicotine domeltlcWemodel city the brothel that finials t accursed portals In every street of every other city la our load 8 He baa restored the sanctity of adulterytbeted without shame by the exclusive 400 of eo celled high life society vildamvery far moro galling than the negro Iberaodg beeht of staying hopelessly at the bottom of the social strata 10 He has restored mercantile hon competlloabytablishing Christian cooperation In Orwe recordbreaking contests that made shortfluepd of manly sports that brings the bet trainrd tof an early grave He hal restored politics from tho cesspool and the ditch by Inaugura whlchTime would fall to speak of other and Important restorations These may tuRlco as specimens of whet tblt carnyiner g deeded mission queetl0o o n generations The Mission of John tbe Baptist It It from heaven or from many Ldbk over this Imperfect list and answer Him not me GEO O BARNES PAINT LICK Mrs Ollle Cox who has been qul I sick Is Improving fenIn Lcavell of Bryantsvllle Is visiting relatives here ofMrs Omer MoKlnaey is with hi aunt Mrt Margaret Argo Mitt Ethel Green of Richmond Is the guest of Mist Lydlo fine Dr Bailey of Union City will lo eato hero about the first of Nov Rev MoClung preached his lerow SundayRev accepted a call to preach at Mt Tabor Ifor next year Mrs Margaret Argo bee raturo from u visit to her neloe Mrs Jellico Tessa DroI C ov tbo entire community dohire Dr Po trey of Dabourvllle at the bedside of her brother J S Slogier who Is slowly Improving IIBMiss Sarah Calvert of Lexington supreme commander of t Maccabeca la hero trying to orgnolx as hive of lady Maccabcet Mr S H Blount will move his fan l ly to Junction City this week much tbe regret of their many friends bore Mr Blount ono of our best citizens and wo hope his move will not be per tnlnant A Barbourvllle special cape Cone arable excitement ties been crest edof hero by tbo discovery of a family livi g among the bills in a wild part of country two miles north of this pia Tbo family consists of a man his w and five children They were first d dcotbe crags and approaching earer came to an opening ia mountain side which extended back A stream of clear water cold aa Ice flowed through the taro The man and women appeared quite Intellectual but rough They llvo by hunt comingleenot kdown how long they have loved In this manner and the place being so Inao ceasable accountajforjthelr not being discovered sooner Quite a Hum ave visited the people and their queer LANCASTER Gov Bradley wua up from Louisville Sunday The ballooaaecenaloa Saturday was a euccees ImmeasoI somedwe seen bliss Julia Reid Is back from Louis la where she hoe been for treatment B Burton bought three mules of a Crab Orchard trader at 135 and seven at 1130 Joe Falconer has been offered a post tlon at MIddlosboro but has not vet ac cepted Eli Moore attended tbe Internation al Convention of the Disciples of Christ at Omaha One of the pots of the snakeeaters captoMrs Susan Anderson Bad family have rented hire Rogers cottage for tbe en suing year The Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tlan church will hold Ita meeting with Mra Sam Haeolden Mr Jesse Doty returned from Louis la Friday and la greeting his old on the street The Garrard County Medical Society mot and adopted resolutions deploring the untimely death of Dr C Edwin Poyntz Tho chief topic of the town for the poet week hat been tho tragedy at Paint Lick Doth the prlclpalt In the countyMratainment Thursday evening drew a large crowd and the manager made tiO wore She went from here to Dan The ladles of the Christian church aro preparing for a box supper for tbe orphans home at Louisville and re quest all contributions to be tent to Mrs Fleece Robinson Mlsa Jessie Powell of Hustonvllle Is the guest of Mice Katie Simpson Mra W C Price and R G Price of SuodmybShropshire and little daughter of Ctn tblana are the guests of Mra Catha rine Warts Miss Hare of Jessamine Is visiting Mn W McClelland John awn Misses Annie Bronaugb and Bertie James of Crab Orchard were visitors hers Saturday Waller Hud eon ot Central University spent Sat urday and Sunday with his homcfolkt Miss Mary GUI tine returned from a several weeks visit to friends In Ohio Mines Bettlo Francis and Jennie Parks of Palot Lick are the guests of Mrs J S Robinson Mrs E L Poor will arrive the latter part of tbe week from a several months sojourn la Tex as Mrs W G Anderson and Mr and 0Mn C W Anderson and children will rjturn Thursday from a throe weeks visit to Fleming county relatives Mis ses Lizzie Hudson and Alice Walker have returned from a visit to friends In ofrguest of parents Mr and Mrs W HKinnalrcV Mr Win Myers of Casey has been the guest of Mr and Mra James Symp Ion Mrs W IT Klnnalrd la some Atere11son and little daughter Porter Scott have returned from a several weeks visit to Lexington relatives Nip W A Carson add children of Stanford Davidson0esurveying corpa at Burgln spent Sun day with his mother Mrs Sue Andor teon MlsA Tine Johnston has returned friendslein this city Head EndXJollIsslon at Mt Ver hononFriday night shortly after 0 oclock tbe people ot Mt Vernon wore startled thetoHoles of escaping steam and the grat tog and crashing of timbers The North and South bound freight trains duo to pass at Mt Vernon had come adi the way but with no success Nobody was hurt The two engines stopped touchingC No1ebut on either aide of tbe track up the track beyond the twitch gondolas and boxes worn telescoped SouthfarThe dnllaeer oa the North bound train misread his orders Tbo wrecking train arrived at 11 earlywWas he grateful when you loaned him the 15 Ho said be could never repay me herDetroit Free Press t thePresident C ZfjNfP IJP t4P +rJ ti 4iP1 ttffhere and youll put the notion out of your head You can save 5 to 20 besides ti nIh Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and IIY money back It youre not satisfied pdfI miLLER DanYiiie KB m f 1t4t r t rr tviIJ r r J c Shiver Less You dont have to Htruggle with stoves in the morning and you dress in warm cheerful rooms if you use Coles Hot Blast Stoves See us about them We have every size SOLD BY Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY a11t cdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It U a sure euro for the odors from perspiration on any portion of thc body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients aro perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY GUtrSI o Ammunition Hunting Vests c We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for CASH Craig Hocker STANFORD CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at pricks that defy competition Seelour elegant line ot Lap Robes THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER Of Wayne County U a candidate for State Tnu ant tubject to the tctlon of the Democratic pny ROBERT HARDING ofDanTlllc liac ndldt for Circuit Judje aub Ject to the action oflbe Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer li a Clndl ate for Commonwealth At torntr In this the 13th JudlcUl dlitrlct lubJlCt to the action of the democratic party For Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelhv NEWS comes from Indiana tbat tbe republican managers of that State not only era worried about the outcome of the election but actually are trlghtei ed Senator Fairbanks who has been engaged In a life and death etrug for reelection fears that the dei crats will carry the legislature ThIs outcome would be disastrous to him In more ways than one It would mean his elimination from the rands of ture candidates for president an ambl tlon which he has cherished and promoted both secretly and publicly sin President McKinley announced that he would not be a candidate for a third term While Fairbanks appears to have regained control of the re pub can machine he docs not seem to bave made much headway with the voters of the State His colorless record In congress Is proving a serious drawback to his ambition The decent republicans of Indiana seem to be disgusted goner erally with a party that harbors aasa sins and makes heroes of murderers THE absence of political excitement throughout the United States notwlt standing the election is but a week off is perhaps more marked in Kentucky than any where else and In this die trlct especially Everybody teems to feel that Hon O G Gilbert will be elected anyway and therefore It Is not Important that democrats should put on their fighting clothes but that Is not the way to look at It He should receive the vote of every democrat It the district besides a full vote of the party this year will so cool the enthus- Iasm of the republicans for the guber natorlal contest next year that they will not be apt to put up even are spectable light Let every democrat It the district take this Into conilderatlo and we are sure each man will deter mine to do his full duty Kentucky must elect 10 democratic Congressmen this year and all four of the democratic nominees for appellate judgeships MAYOR TOM JOHNSON of Ohio who Is making a toeof Kentucky In hIs automobile was In Lexington Sunday He expresses tho belief that the dem ocrats In Kentucky are In fine condl tlon and have every assurance of an un precedented victory POLITICAL Chairman Grlggs of the Con re slonal democratic committee says tbeI democrats will organize the next House He also predicts the election of Coler In New York for governor Old ttme epthuilasm has been arous ed among the voters of Greater New York by the Tammany Hull meeting and the democratic leaders repeat the prophesy that Coler will succeed at the polls John W Yerkes has been sent ou from Washington to carry Kentuckv for the republicans Remembering the botch he male In carrying It for himself It IB a wonder there be any so foolish as to think him capable of carrying any thin Lexington Democrat- A letter from Booker T Washington to the president which Is believed to have brought about the appointment of Judge Thomas G Jones for the Northern Alabama district has just been made public It la said to prove the political Influence enjoyed by the Negro leader over President Roose veltGov Beckham has secured an opin ion from Judge Pryor holding that un der the constitution he Is eligible to reelection The opinion Is Indorsed by Capt Eljls ExGov Knott Judge Hazelrlgg and Mr Lewis McQuown Gov Beckbam will soon announce his candidacy and begin an active cam paignJ Harrison democratic nominee for Congress In tho 11th district will speak at London tonight at Barbour vllle Wednesday at one oclock Mid dlesboro Wednesday night Plnevtlle Thursday at one oclock Wllllamsburg Friday at one oclock CorbIn Friday nightThe democrats of Now York are be coming enthusiastic and now claim to be confident that Coler will be elected governor Coler says bo will win and will meet Odell at the limits of Greater Now York with a plurality of 100000 The democrats have plenty of money and are said to be well organized UD In the State Hard work Is being done by both per tlesloNewYork with the hopes of democratic success Increasing The result of the election wlU be told by the strength shown by the republican I up the State Democratic managers think Odell will not come toNew York City with over 75000 plurality wblle It Is predicted the democratic pluraUty In Greater New York will reacb80I County Attorney La Vega Cleme of Owensboru has exposed a republl can scheme to aid Judge Guffy He says Postmaster Van RonseaUer proposed to deliver republican votes to Mr T F Blokhead Clements law partner In the democratic judicial prl mary If Clements would agree to keep an equal number of democrats from voting for Judge Settle In the general electionFor first time since he loft Lbo White House former President Clave land will take the stump In a poUtlcal campaign and speak at a democratIc rally In MorrIstown N J on the eve nlng of Oct 30 Ho will address Lbo voters for the benefit of the party In general In Morris county and partIcu- larly to help the canvass of DeWitt C Glanagan nominee for representat In the Fifth Congressional district Hon James D Black of Barbo vllle the truest and most gifted cbam pIon of democracy In all tho Kentuc mountains has authorized the announcement or his candidacy for the democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky In point of fitness In party service In devotion to tho moral and material development of the State In patriotism In unsullied honor and spotless reputation ho Is the peer of any Kentuckian Somerset Journal One week from today Nov ielec LIons In 42 States will be held Three hundred and seventyeight represent Ives to the 68th Congress are to elected which added to the four already boson by Maine two by Oregon and two by Vermont make a total of 386 members 29 more than the membership of the present Houqe The terri- torIes Including Hawaii are to elect each Its delegate and Porto Rico Is to elect Its commissioner on the same lay Twenty three States will elect legislatures which will choose UnIted SLates Senators 21 States will elect ful1 itato tickets 11 will elect minor om ers while constitutional amendment Rill be voted on in many NEWS NOTES President Roosevelt celebrated hI 4th blrthdayyelLerday Mrs W Fred Long wounded a burglar who wan trying to enter her home atFultonA who robbed a store at Ton ers Station secured 5000 In note aDd 150 In money Frank Norris the novelist died at- San Francisco as the result of an opei atlon for appendicitis Robbers killed the engineer and rIfled the malt car ana Northern Pa- clflc train In Montana a Nathaniel Harris one of tho wealth lest and most prominent citizens of taodford county Is dead In a Q St 0 wreck at OneIda Tenn one man was killed and four Injured seven cars were burned Tho McKInley Memorial AssocIatIon has over half a million dollars pledged for the monument project The jury In the case of Tom Cockrll barged with the murder of Ben HarI- lls returned a verdict of acquittal at impton The miners at several Independent mInes have voted to continue the strike because of the conditions Imposed by- tbe operators Bruce Head who was shot by Dr- Ellis Duncan Is Improving and appll caLlon will soon be made for Duncan r lease on ball Col Bennett HI Young was elected major general commanding the Kentucky division United Confederate Veterans succeeding J M Poyntz Lewln A Wood the St Paul broker pelted for alleged bucket ehopping bat filed suit for 8400000 damages a alnst the Chicago Board of Trade Out of ICO deaths In London 40 take placo lu the winter and 60 In summer rentythree acres of ground are ref qulred to bury Londons dead In one yearTbe temperance people of Paducah have decided to start a local option mpalgn and will begin the clrcula- tlon at once of petitions asking that a itebo ordered The anthracite arbitration commls- 810n calledon the President at Wash Ington and received their instructions after which they organized by electing Judgo Gray chairman Grayson county officials are vigorous Iv protesting against the stringent quaranUneJ on account of anthrax among the cattle It Is declared that no anthrax exists there The State Board of Valuation has- fixed the value of whisky In bond on September 15 last at 87 per barrel fore purpose of taxation The valuation Is tho same as that of last year At Cold Harbor N Y John Volk- man allowed a patent medicine man to- shoot at an apple on his head The rksmun shot low and lodged a bullet- In Volkmaus head causing death A German steamer which has arrlv ed at Kingston from Columbia reports consIderable fighting In tho Interior andaays the government soldiers at Savanlllaare dying of fever at a rapId- rate Indianapolis grand jury returned 25 indictments in the grave robbing cases Five of the Indictments against physicians charged with cem1 pllclty In the acts attributed to the ghoulsRichard White of Kentucky Is tbe oldest clerk In the executive department of the government lie has Ipont 60 years In the office where the c counts of the poatofllco department a r audItedThe anthracite coal strike comet slon will meet In Washington It Is probable that little evidence will be heard In Washington the commlsi traveling from place to plaqo for the convenience of witnesses- Roprosentatlvos of the Atlantlo Coast Lido deny the report that Warren D Elliot will succeed Milton H Smith as president of the L te N It is asserted that Mr Smith will be reo talned In his present position George M Slsco a prominentfarms has been arrested charged with mur derlng from ambush Miss Necclo Williamson Wednesday night In Crltt den county while she was accompan from church by Grover Brown It is authoritatively stated that snow company composed of New York and Louisville men have purchased the Louisville Commercial and Its afternoon adjunct the News Mr Youni E Alllsoc will be the editorial head or the new enterprise George SIcoc the CrIttenden county farmer charged with the asiasslnatl of Miss Bertha Williamson was are rested In Livingston county and taken to Henderson for sate keeping He de cllned to discuss the case except to eay that he Is Innocent At West Plnevllle Jesse Brought was shot and killed and Britt Harl mortally wounded Will and H Pease who are accused of the crime have nOt been located The Peases are miner and had been reprimanded by Broug ton who was a mine bon- A Fairmont W Va kegs of powder exploded damaging the city t 0 the extent of 30000 No one was it jared The machinery at the powder works was completely destroyed and the Iron was thrown for miles around The earth was torn up for 40 feet Attorney General Knox has submit ted to the President an opinion declaring that in case the Government de tides to accept the new Panama Canal Companys offer of It canal for 140 00000 a valid and unincumbered title to the property will bo passed J P Morgan St Co during the proi ult year are estimated to have receIv- ed 142100000 In profits forenglneorln treat combinations The greatest prof- It was In promoting the United State Iteel Corporation and this Is put at 20340000 Several combinations are yet to be beard from A passenger train on the Northern aclflc railroad was held up and robbed near Drummond Mont Engineer INelll was shot and killed the ex prese car was blown to pieces and the eglstered mall was stolen Only om robber was seen by the trainmen A pone with bloodhounds Is pursuing him It Is estimated that Russell Sage II- the greatest moneylender In the world and bankers place the amount which heI ways has out on collateral at 25000 000 It Is said that by calling loans he light cause one of the most dlsastrnui panIcs In tbo history of the country ml fortune Is placed at not more than 00000000 Damage suits aggregating I100OOC have been filed at Hopklnsvllle against former Sheriff J J Barnes and his deputy Charles Barnes The plaIn- tIffs are Ems Deckard A E and WU- Uam Goldswortby and G W Phillips who were arrested on the charge of tho murder of R H Coffey In October 1901 and wero subsequently abqultted THIS AND THAT Jesse Carpenter colored was drowned In a cistern near Danville Clyde Gardner of Hartford CIty- Ind was killed by a trolley car at Marlon Ind while on a pleasure trip Li N earnings for the third week of October show an Increase over the responding week of last year 181 000A Swedish ptanomaker In New York Invited his friends to a party and com mltted suicide before the eyes of the lemblcd guests Kemp Eversole was shot and Instant Iy killed at the Knoxyllle La Follette and Jelllco railroad camp near Jelllco Tenn by John Nall Hiss Bessie Rowland of Simpson county died from the effects of a blow accidentally Inflicted by her brother durIng a game of croquet- ADDITIONAL LOCALS GEORGE LACKEY of this place has- been granted a pension of 83 per- month FOR SALEA Jersey cow gives two Irons of milk a day Will soon be- fresh With calf to Bailey k McKIn ney Pedro B Frank Rout TILE trial of those In jail charged with assaulting and robbing Mr O H nAredale of tho West End was con- tlnued until today Mr V not belDg- able to como down Saturday It Is able to come todayItold me I ought ter be In jail r i i N li ri ti i ri t ri i t tftt ij The Grand Leader i isa + j if This full the Grand Leader is making special inducements to the trade VJi Our lines represent the foremost manufacturers of this and foreign coup t St tries are extremely uptodate and the quality tho highest standard Our i o fit prices are as low as it is possible to soil the high grade of goods that wo f place on OUr countms we iiSk of you to inspPlt OUI goods and prices amid we feel nssurcd that your verdict will be as ours The best goods for jfVJ f less money than elsewhere Como in at tiny time you arc always welcome 1r ee J 0 t i TRADE BRINGERS IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPAR1IIENT 1 I 38inch Jlolroso in reel blue gray and black nt per yard 48c i inch Serge strictly all wool tllo oralkind nl per yanl 49C i black only yard black 70sBroadcloth nllcr 98ttf i o CorsetDepartment I COWl tl the newest shapes Tho tnew J C C dip hipsthe corset pronounced by all to be the finest made rat 1 1 now straight front long hip m lino Contillat i 1 is n beauty We hero n genuine straight front corset nt GOc that isiwonder The XXXModd of FleX1 btOU t figures nt X160 guar antcetl unbreakable makes from 25c up to 2 See them i 1Our fall lino consists of largo and varieti stocks of blankets calieoce outings flannels flnnnel canton flannel hirlingtt comforts ladies mens boys amt childrensi shoes mens anti boys clothing boots uuderwrnr men I and ladies furnishing goods ladles tailor 0 C mnde ekirh trunks values and telrxcoix Uomembor our prices are right anti iCtlUt Mlisfittl wo return your money for the asking iTHE GRAND LEADER 1 tmoHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManagor I J I FOR RENT situated on I desire to rent property Somer titreet H mile too town consist besidesof seven roomof dwelllDglag celtservants room and a tine kitchen coal house mokebone chicken boue 2 onefortockhgooddrinkingrepaIr BROWN S BROWN- AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the Stale Court alto In United States and Court Collection made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED I We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fllhlDC or any kind of treiipaislng on our places and will prosecute violator to the of the law J Nerln Carter W Gaiter James McCormack J F Dover tn Mangle Illbb James N Cub Mr J M White James Mesa r Alex Tom Stone ll tJJattle Hexes Joseph Uallou J W Hauebman S T W n Dudderar M F Lawrence To the Coal Consumer Having bought out Hlgglm k Slmsthe- coal dealers we aro now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding Country the bet brand of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmer we will take your and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and weight for at houseOrderyour money phone 41 or Uoone livery stable No 88 Scene Duzxavezxt STANFORD KT Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private ale my property Ituated on the of Slain on east aide of College Street In Hutonvllle ICy consisting of hotel aqd livery table and vacant lot This property is well ar ranged for hotel or house and table having on amo a nice livery barn 63x79 and all outbuilding necessary for hotel livery purposes and good vacant lot for private If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property le well arranged for private residence and- la now rented for that If you want good paying property In Huatonvlllo on or addreu D 8 Carpenter II u ton rule Ky i d0 inch Euunino tho 82 kind at per 15044- inch is Zcbolline only thoI8225 kind nt per ynnl 54inch tho 8125 kind yard Our is rQp seasons The 12t boned Other and kinds always and guarantee livery and call Sooner or later IreceiveJewelry Silver N Silver ntHII I Etc will be ent Come and I I the elegant lino weacan show you Prices could not bcta I 1 W H MueIi rStanford t We Never Guess r 1 People everywhere will receiving the ideal service they out insisting Tim public at xyStanford half as particular as we are in pure drugs or in regard to tho ing of their prescriptions In selling or compounding of guess We make sure that right in every particular Como Pennys Drug Store 1 Kya I 7fIwayb Changing J fl 3 901 rho 3ama Now Sideboards Tables Chairs Bed Couches Box Couches FoldingJ3cds and Iron Beds Largo assortment of Rockers Withers Furniture CoG L Carpenter Proprietor Dr R Goldstein r OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will bo at rhorK1A iN0N ST ASAPE E OTEJITHURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 14 Thera are numerous conditions where glasses arc required and gIve relief to head aches dizziness dArtIng pains In eye ball or temple smertidg or burning eensatlone In or about the eye Take advantage orhls skill Dont neglect ehlldens IDifscult cases sellcited Office hoursi IrA yi 1o iI SAepbBotel 8 anford Ky s lI1t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky Ocr 28 1002 la filling your proscriptions wo uleI the right medicines In tho oxact propor done and with proper care We not do bettor It yon paid ui double the price which Is always reasonable Pqn cra Drujr Storo PERSONALS set Mit J F CUMMINS went to Louh vlllo yesterday Mns JOSIAU Diaiioi1 It visiting her eons In Oklahoma Mn JAMBS II NONNELLY Is hero tram Texas with his parents Mil S D TOTTEV of Decatur 111 Ii vlUlnc his brother J L Totten t Mil AND Mns C E TATE went to Loulsvlllo Yesterday to spend a few daysMiss KLIZAIIETII PICICETT of Shel by Is the guest of Mrs Wm Sever ance Robert Winter and Miss Julia Sum mer were married this Fall at Logans port Ind MR KUUENE OnNDOFF of the O S spent several days with his parents at Livingston JULIUS VON GllDENIOAX of Nlcho lastllle spent a few day with his homefollcs hero MR AND MRS N IL ALLEN will go to housekeeping In one of Mr M D Elmoras cottages on West Main St Miss IRENE SCOTT who has been the guest of Miss Kalh Daugbman re turned to her homo at Paducah yester dayt DUNCAN GOODLOE of Garrard was hero Friday returning from the dedication of the Confederate Home at Pewco Valley MR JESSE DOTY of Somerset who has been In a Loulivlllo hospital was here Friday on his way home He Is greatly Improved DAVID EVANS of the Gilberts Crook section will move his family to Chat t tanooga today Their friends give ti them up with rrgret MESDAMHS M C SAUFLEY R 0 Mahony and Coo L Penny attended the reception given by Mrs Robert S Lytlo In Danville Friday Mil BOWMAN SMITH orders his pa per changed from Ewing Va to Cum oerland Gap Tenn He has been given the agency at the latter place TUB Columbus Ga Enquirer Sun prints a picture of Miss Mattlo Hays Owiley who Is one ot the maids of hon or lathe fall festival at that place- A IRRTTY little daughter arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs Samuel J Embry Jr The young lady has been named Pearl Durnslde Embry for Miss Pearl Hurnslde of this place Miss JEAN WARREN will leave Wednesday I t for Henderson where she will 4aUond the meeting of the D A R mother Mrs Wm Warren before leaving for St Louis to spend several weeks with friends Advocate GAIT JOHN D FEENY will leavo on I next week forButtc Montana to spend the winter with his son Mr J D Fee ny Jr Ills health has not been very and his friends hope this change 1rood be beneficial to him Lexington Caot Feeny is a brother of Mr Joe S Rice of this place LOCALS NEW line ot library and parlor lamps Just In John Bright Jr t Co NICE line of now droom suits rugs end matting J L Ueazley k Co FOR RENT LA Holmes dwelling on Main Street Apply to W A Trlbble YOUR attention cater to the sale advertisement of Mr Joel J Walker f which appears eliowhero BODY type display type cylinder press job presses proof press column rules galleys etc etc for sala oheap Write this office Tile Daughters of tbo Confederacy will meet with Mrs H J McRoberts this afternoon at 2 oclock A full at t tondanco Is desired TILE nodo1the Christian church cleared about 117 on their young folks social Friday evening y Sheriff Mi S Baughman added to the pleasure of the evening by bringing In his grapbophone and letting It talk sing and play to tbo crowd ti JUDOS M C SAUFLEY made an excellent speech at Hustonvlllo Saturday afternoon to a small but enthusiastic crowd Ho urged tbo Importance of Mr Gilberts election scored tho trusts and combines and dwelt at length on the Philippine question His speech wee a masterly ono and It was liberall applauded RAMSEY Tho following dispatc- was sent from Lancaster John Ram soy a consumptlvo from Dee Lick n cola county came over to Garrard attend a protracted meeting at Buck eye remarking that If ho died during his visit ho would be convenient to the church yard of that vicinity It seems that ho had a premonition of his approaching demise for ho died on Mon day and Rev J M Bruce who was conducting the revival preacbfld his k funeral r W H Shanks ILANCASTERbe4ih0IIIh11 6 to 0 afternoon PLACE your order with us now for American Woven Wire Fence and save money Farrls k Co- IF you have been having trouble getting expression try an Instantaneous picture at Mlis Sacrays FOR RENT Six room dwelling on SClIrdeD JUDGE M C SAUFLEY will address tbo voters of Paint Llok next Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock Go and hear him SHERIFF BAUOHMAN has received from V S Mulligan of Wllmore three bloodhound pups which he will have trained Tier short amount localand other matter this Issue Is due to the sickness of tbo editor who hopes to do bettor next time A HALLOWEEN entertainment will be given by the Earnest Workers at Mlis Florence Truehearts Oct 31st Admission 15 cent YOUR city taxes are now duo and you are requested to pay them at once Six per cent will bo added Nov 1 R G Jones city collector I HAVE moved my barber shop and laundry offljo to the Commercial build leg opposite M D Elmoro store Call on me there Ed Wilkinson BUY goods of us and get a chance on the flea 130 folding bed wo give away Deo 31st A ticket with each II purchase Cummins McClarr WoODBON Mlis Bessie Bryant who married a Mr Woodioo some months ago died at Clifton Forgo Va a few days since She had boon In good health UP to a tow days prior to her death PLEASE forcerIQCate of your county claim on any other than court day It Is Impossible for roe to wait on you then and attend to other business of the clerk oft ce Gco B Cooper county clerk Till docket of tbo November term of tbo Lincoln circuit court which begins Monday week contains 101 Common wealth cases 10 ordinary 13 ordinary appearances 23 equity appearances and 65 old equity AT UUIIIILEBoneC Bagby and W J Price will address the voter of the Hubble section next Friday night 31 In the Interest of Hon 0 G Gilbert A good crowd should hoar these gentlemen as they are fluent speakerWANTED0 hundred good horses fat and ready I will be at Bell S Gib onoys Livery stable Liberty Friday October 31st sod at Alford Livery Stable Huitonvllle Saturday Nov let Bring In your horses It you want to soil them JOE JORDAN THE Crab Orchard Bank is going up with reasonable rapidity The foundation has been completed and the brick are being placed in posi tion as fast as they can be hauled from Danville Stock in the Institution has been very much sought after ONE good long laugher For an hour and a half tbo story moves from ono lu olcrous situation to another till the audience Is kept In an uproar Mrs Wlggs Is the Incarnation of the sub Imo to the ridiculous At Walton Oxjera House Friday Nov 7 ARTERY BROKMyerswho suffered the amputation of his left arm as a result of n bad break some tlmo ago came near bleeding todoath last Sunday night An artery In the wounded member bunted and bled profusely before ho could stop the flow SHERIFFS AWOINTMENTS I or ono of my deputies will boat Mt Sa lem Oct 31st and Hustonvlllo Nov let for tbo purpose of collecting tax This will bo your last chance topny at home Circuit Court makes It Impossible for me to meet you again before tho penalty Is added M 8 Baughman S L C THE Louisville Times says Mr Dennis Is one ot Kentuckys best known and most talented Impersonators and his work was of the most artistic kind Ho interprets the humor of a story In a charming fashion and prcsects the pa thotlo features to the great satisfaction of the audience At Walton Opera Rouse Friday night Nov 7 Reserved seats at McRoberts drug store COc General admission 250 SPEAKINU Messrs W S Buroh theydemocratic ticket at Chestnut Ridge to nighthwill speak at Goshen Tuesday night FrtoOwsloy Jr will speak at Klngsvllle Saturday night Noy Jet lion M F North will speak at Mlllcdgevllle Fri day night Oct 31st at McKinney Sat urday afternoon Nov let and at Rich ards schoolhouse Saturday night Nov let Hon R C Warren will sneak at Bee Lick Saturday afternoon Nov let NEW line of cutlery at John Bright Jr ft Cos a WANTED to asecond hand type writer Tnlsofpco FOR SALE Good aurrqfor sale cheap D J Ross Stanford WE have some millet seed sacks for sale cheap J H Baughman it Co DUILDINO paper wall paper and fur niture of all kinds Withers Furnl turn Co MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs George H Englcman announce the engagement of their daughter Anna Brooaugb to Mr H Rowan Saufley The wedding will oc our at the Methodist church Stanford Wednesday evening Nov 12 to which their friends generally are Invited A pretty home weddlpg was that of Miss Mary Alpha Traylor of Stanford and Mr Ed L Dudderar of Birming ham Ala which took place Wed Del day evening Oct 22 nt 8 oclock at tbo residence of Mr and Mrs C W Holt man Louisville Rev R B Mabony ot Stanford was the olllolatlng clergy man The attendants were Miss Sallie Dudderar and Mr G S Rae of Birm ingham As the wedding party enter ed the parlors the wedding march from Lohengrin was played and during the ceremony Miss Mattlo Hoffman on the violin accompanied by Miss Ursa War ren on the piano softly played Call Me Thine Own The bride and her attendant woro blue cloth traveling ults with hate to match and carried bouquets of wblto chrysanthemums Miss Traylor Is the daughter of Mr Alex Traylor and Is ono of Stanford prettiest girls Mr Dudderar Is a popular L b N engineer They left after the Ceremony accompanied by Miss Salllo Dudderar for their future homo In Montgomery Ala The presents were numerous and handsome S D LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I C Brown sold to Frye Allen 62 207 pound hogs at Gc The wheat harvest in Siberia is re poorGeorge of Humphrey Bros 30 201 pound hogs at 51c C L Goocb sold to James McCarley a bunch of 160 pound hogs at 5o Lutes tt Co sold to a Garrard county party 22 800pound stoppers at 360 LoSTPalo red twoyear old heifer Reward Chas Trub Ottenhelm 2t W W Lyon bought at Lancaster yesterday a sixyearold mare for 170 Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs ready for service John Owsley Reid Stan ford W W Lyon bought of John S 3aughman of Boyle a pair ot mules for 1216 MJ Ferris bought at Lancaster yesterday 50 yearlings to good feeders to 3 to 31c John C and Joe E Robinson sold to Bright Fox two mules for 1211 at Lancaster yesterday FOR SALE Two flee male Bark shire pigs subject to register Weight about 65 pounds C Vanoy 2t John C Poppies sold to John O and Joe E Robinson at Lancaster yester day 121000 pound feeders at 3c B F Sanders d Bro of Mercer bought of John C and Joe E Robinson two carloads of 1350 pound cattle at 550Onward Silver trotted two miles In 42Si at Memphis lowering his record a second Cresceus wont a mile In 204 against a stiff breeze James C Scobee sold to Mr Joseph 02 1800pound feeders at 6 60 Don Franklin bought of various parties 15 picked yearling steers at 4 to 4io Winchester Democrat William Park sold to Jonas Well fcr export 60 fat cattle that will average 1500 pounds at 6c Douglas L Wblto delivered to Jonas Well 50 cattle averaging 1400 pounds at UcRlcb mond Climax WANTED Clover Seed We pay more for Clover Seed than any house Wo stand ready to prove this Get prices from others then see us Wo are not commission buyers Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky Ot Enter In the INTERIOR JOURNALS corn show You might get 85 for a dozen ears of corn Tho prizes are 15 to the first and this paper and the Twlceaweek Cournal Journal a year to tho second The show will take place next county court day LANCASTER COURT There were about 350 cattle on tho market at Lan caster yesterday and most of them sold At T M Estcs pcnsyoarllngB brought 31 to 31c twoyearolds brought 31c cows 2t to 3c calves 810 to 1560 17 hogs went at 353 Mules brought 155 to 1120 yearlings 840 to 160 mulo colts 820 50 to 135 plug horses 823 to 815 There was a largo crowd In town but business generally was dull Fully 4000 cattle wero on the market at Mt Storllngcourt Trade was brisk the entire day but prices were about boo lower than last court Tho highest prlco ot the day was 460 for a bunch of 1109pound cattle but a great many 1000pound steers sold at 4c and less A great many mules In town and sales were good prices ranging from nil for small 8100 for 15hand mules and 8125 for 151 to 153 mules weanlings sold at from 25 for small to 875 for extra good most ot sales at 840 to 50Mt Ster ling Advocate IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Harrodsburg defeated Centre col legs eleven 5 to 0 at Harrodsbnrg Fri day Thomas B Little her been appoint cd postmaster at Moore Creek Jack son county George Davie deputy shortly who killed Crlt Utteral In Whitley was discharged Vie Metier Is In jail at Barbourvllle charged with killing Ellen Games Mestor was fooling with bis pistol when tbo weapon discharged killing Miss Carnes The Somerset Oil Company brought In Well No 11 at 1060 feet on J F Bertrams farm near Sunoybrook In Wayne cduoty The well Is eald to bo good for 150 barrel a day CHURCH MATTERS Evangelist Fred D Halo will begin a meeting at the Baptist church Somor sot on Nov 2 At Brooksvllle Circuit Judpo riarbe son dismissed the Injunction suit filed by members of the Cathollo denomina Lion to stop religious exercises In tbo public schools The Tennessee Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal church South adopted a resolution to the effect that no candidate for a plco In the law making bodies should hue our peo pies support until ho declared his op position to legalizing the 1quor traf fie More than a billion vouoc fish were distributed by the government lest year to stock the streams In tbe Uni ted States If half of them lived and made the usual Increase tbo country ought to be able to defy tbo beef trust next year and thereafter Lexington Democrat ESTRAY There left our place a Mack Berkshire tow weighing about 100 pounds a black Poland Chloe tow weighing 250 a light sow weighing 170 and a dark red tow weighing 100 Inform Embry Ilrot Stanford Ky Stockholders Meeting The itoekholden the Heaver Greek Oil dz Gus Co are requested to meet at Dr J O Barker once Ic Huitonvlllo at 2 oclock Thursday Oct 30 1902 for the purpose of- electing officer for the enluln rear and at tending to other Important business OEO D WEATUERFOBD Farm for Sale Contains 130 acres of fine flanging Fork land and has upon It and out building Ti In a high state of cultivation and la well fenced watered la known as the E T Young farm and Is In Turner CooperIUchard agentforPUBLIC SALE 1 Of Stock Crops Etc Having sold my farm I will offer for sale on WEDNESDAY NOV Stb 1002 The following described property at public auction on the premises three miles Wet of Lancaster on tbe Danville plkei 67 good feeding cattle IS or to hogs cows 2 heir elll calves 3 good work mules buggy hone 3 yearling colts or barrels of corn too shocks of fodder a lot of timothy hay 11 acres of hemp In shock lot of cedar post and fencing umber farming Imple ments of all consisting of binder wheat drill corn planter plows barrow 3 twoliorso wagons harness hay trame and many other things too numerous to men lion Ten new hemp brakes Also some household and kitchen furniture TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash over that amount a good note payable la A month from day of sale with 6 per cent Interest negotiable and payable at bankI Sale begin at 10 oclock sharp ground J L WALKER T D English Auctioneer a l ttwan Eank nw 1fJ nlieu Olt Ii re 4r the kpllllIIh Cerwaand plio JSthehea do Dot No breakO rrtaee ndcut to rhone Dot 0lIl keep lookfn icw but wen twi- tabngboth use etEereka hones OiL Sold frtrjrwltr In cin I all slut Mad Standard OIL Company Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS S This Is a farm of 143 acres located S miles from Stanford It Is within one mllo of nostofllce church school store mill cheese factory and nears German lettlement The farm Is well preserved and Improved and contains n largo amount of fine saw The Improvement consist of n good frame dwelling house S large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra grad frame with cattle sheds attached and especially arranged for cur Ing tobacco the other a log and wagon shed combined also a hennery a smoke house and corn crib There is a fine young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit The fencing Is of rails and In good repair Tun farm is watered wtli nevsr falling and two ell terns The owner Is a nonresident and of furs this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particulars call on or address L R Hughes Secy Ken tucky Knal Eatato Exchange Stanford Lin coin County Kentncky Jo I Change Your Appearancei A NEW HAT WILL DO IT Try one of our SB thraQuiieo aerial weight stiff hats They are EclfcOilforhiih null feel as comfortnblo as a soft hat We have soft lints in all of the newest shapes and similes from 81 to 3 New shipment received today Come in and inspect them I Cummins S McClary I Torm Cash 8 tJfJso e iegidy3tCllagAs Hocker Bootees Different styles dressy and serviceable 500 FORWOOD BOOTEES styles 350 HONEST MIKE Heavy boots 350 HARTFORD rip boot 300 STOGABoots solid as iron 200 One not quite so goodbutall er 150 Sold by H J1 McRoberts I i Tile Biggest Bid Gets The Plumb It 1 There arc bidders on all tJsides bidding for your Fall bill but we want you to not overook our bidI1stiOur economical plans enable us to offer de isirnble Shoes Dry Goods and Notions at less money than others Our i stock is complete and the fact that we are alwaysdo tlllgbusiness is a good evi dence that the styles qual- itiesl and prices are right J Dont do yourself the in Ijustice to buy before you see our stockri I Severance Store ia a a j a e ss S s 1 0 j1rje ii u a t i i i JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery and Tinware Glass and Quecnaware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement i i i i i N i ittr tffe S tttf8 ijiiai a i w n H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Two leath Stoves NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell farm of e0 acres just outside ot the town limits It tJl one of tho prettiest homes around Stanford and II twostorydwellingdry cOllar Fine water and electric lights furnished tree Moat of the outside fenc ing Is kept up by others Very little fenc ing to do Splendid barn a good clstern at doer Land In a good state of cultivation with most of It In grass Good meat house etc Term to suit purchaser Call and see the place J 8 Hundley Stanford 4THE JNTERIOR Entered n Iht yottofflce at Stanford at tcondclatt matt- erb3SahdTttdsy s taQTrld r01 PER YEAR CASH sa When sot aopaldaaOO will bechargad 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION eo28os m South am Nol 1262 p m For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION ar Stanford at IMa NOIfiurhelltSUnlord l15am 0211uy Stanford at 250 pm A 8 PRICE Burgeon j Dentist Stanford Ky OsUsow McBobsrtsDrng Store In tks Owsley Ballding R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Offlcn over Higgins McKlnneys Ston t Telephone No 01 H C NEWLAND SURVEYOR WalnuflFlat Kentucky Offers his services to the ot Lincoln and adjolnlngicountlcs NEW LIVERY STABLES WltmlE k SN prors JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Bate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Ray For Sal Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hing firstclass Porters mcetjall trains yt 89 FOX S LOGAN PANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALEI STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Managers A MS BOURNE Lancaster KyjOffers 11s5eItiCee asaAuotoineerI toVtho people of Lincoln County lIe a will pleaee both In work and price Write to him J+ G+ McGJMY a or tTNDEB1 AltER E3IfAIMERAnd ZAENESS SADDLEBY SsO Stanford Ky J LI Beazley COli Undertakers and- Embalmers itao DiiiJtia FarnltureMattlng8Ras8 They will Exchange Furniture for all li kinds of Stock Give themsa call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY E C Walton President TreasureLCentral Kentucky Real Estate fxchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky and lot In Etanfordflre room banporch In the rear good tftrJen iroo4 nelghborbood doe to cburcbea and Good lor small fain Mr IrlcalSJO No Smallfarm37acns 6 milts from Stan furl Uoussol four good rooms back porch and veranda hood barn and other buildings In good Cut In six Beldi well fenced acre In ulUratlon one acre In fruit trees rest In craaa llought at commlaalonera sals at bargain and can be sold at bargain close to school and chureh Price KO per acre Land adjoining sold for tW and J4J This Is a bargain No 3louse and tot In Stanford Home Iron Woe firs room Uood itabla and 8 arrra of land well fenced One of prettied building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 story front could be built to the cottage and b a beautiful borne Will be sold cheap as the owner must have money Two tame dwelling 7 rooms hall Iiandgood repair For ule or rent No L Houae and lot In Stanford Three room and runt Good garden and stable Uood repair WUlbstoldche oniroomsy 1300 o 8Farm of SOacrea2K mllttllrom Stan lord on county road 24 acres cultivation seren smallCotnage2 s ggood bin and outbuildings Two well watered and Itodnl fairly flan can be bought at your price aaownerllTia In Indlinapo lit and must have mOl- leNoUl farm of J2J acres four miles from Stan wheat 40Inpcorn5Intimoonunty 61D Sixty clorer and In In Iioit In six fields well rented well waterednever falling well and spring two rood ponds 10 dwelllDItl cood barns na out Lulldlnll Fronts pike for tnrequarter or tulle both dwellings being on pike Menty fruit trees and enough timber to make poets A splendid bluegrass farm and onlr 20 minutes drive from the county seat Owner of tloe farm tdJolnlrg till has recently refused l 5r acre We olfer thle a t J3J M per acre No 29 acres land with neceMary improve mils from Stanford Dwelling has four barnhouse smoke lap In good repair Price NollDwelling of six roomlh1I and porch neeco nary outbuildings gaNco large two itory store room 25x o feet lower room supplied with counters shelvee etc Water In dwelling nd storeroom also cistern and well on rlate Small to back of store One mile from SUnlonl Uulldlngs In good repair and dwelllne originally mat 11800 an store oTtrf t200 Will sell both for SUO c will rent or sell separately- No 1S230 acre farm J tulle of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwellings rooms two tenant hour s two barns weft and spring near dwelling Farm In high tau of culllrsUon 150 am rivet bottom- land good fencing troll etc Price 3750 an acre No UIOO urn ot land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard oppolt Springs barnabundance oproTeinenls except large stock stock water Prettiest bulldlnillte In town Pries S3WO No isA nice cottage and lot on Lancaster street Stanford 7 room good cistern etc Cost tlCOO will aell for 31000 No 17A farm of Itt acres near HuitonTllle Dwelling of eUht rooms hall veranda etc One tenant house stock barn large tobacco barn other d outbuildings Cistern and good well In the lard and water In every field on the place Frm cut In seven fields and Ent clua land No 5OFann of acres situated near Rings Tllle Ky 4 60 acres In culllratlon 89 In timborrMt watered two good barns and oche good repair Dwelling comparaUre Iontbulldlngiwithin 300 of churches ant a S depot Property tea on pike nd couoty road and is the most deelrbl a term In that section Wi will sell the whole farm for 12400 or la rrteb or not lets than 30 urn sultpurchaaer certainly cheapproperty No IISIrm of 75 arm near Warnesburg etc Well watered fen tin and ood Productive lime stone buUJlbgwMD neighborhood close to shoo- ad rI jO- ONoIHA farm Of 300 acres In UntolD county Three good dwellings good torn aad other out buildings each house barn etc about the ante- of 100 acres ill on county road H mile Itboolud Lay well nd ell uldwsuit two or three families that might want to com from the same neighborhood Price reasonable No MA farm of acre In Casey county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with six rooms good barn and other outbuildings Sixty acre In cultivation 43 acres In timber fruit trees Ole Lays well on county road close to churches school etc Price only Wo 56 Faro of 118 acre In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two burn and other outbuUdtngt in goad repair tJplendld tobacco land and to rood community A bargain at l9W No 57 Farm of 115 acres In Casey andoldnew two story 8 room frame dwelling dwelling In 1lr coodlUon hams IDol other outbuildings On county rod splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc This is a irable homo 1rlttlbtA No 58 Flay acrea near Pleasant Point Kjr Frame noose 5 rooms and Darn and other outbuildings Sacrwln eultiratlon re t in tin bet Well watered yards from postolBc4sencol nd church Isys well on and la good com unity Price tSO We hue buyer fur aV or 300 acre farm sitasted rom one to tnree milts from town Alto buyer for atoutlGO aere sltuattd from one to fear IIIfIHl trots town with or without InproTemeeu Aha buyer fr an JS800 to liD oou farm sloes to town No 18 Fur houses and lots In IViwIacd Ky PrkeflGOeaebNo acres of land near Crab Orchard M Two atert bows rooms hsUTaranda acres land oIDIDIln SUalonl Prep arty In good repair watr sad lthla In iuuse els tern at lleautlful home IriceSteCO No 12 Itoose of eve rooms porch one acre of noundaod good sable One mUe rom town Price two No 2e F0U0rU5 tire 5 mites from Stanford Prams dwetllag of rooms 2 porches 1 bins one log stable anti wagon shed combined tho other an extra good bane with eattl sheds ltachI Barn eselally arranged for ctirint tobacco Ales hennery smokehouse and corn crib FIne orchard HcnrUni In goal repair Well watered 2 cistern etc Thlt farm occupied by a former own year and Is well and liupruved D mile IIr poetstace church and shoot tented for 1902 for ball rent and Is cultivated In corn wheat tobacco end clover Title lerbct Coat pr twit owner PI u county record will show Will sell for fi coo No Dwelling of 4 rooms with 20 acres land la Moreland owl boa and necessary outbuild ings 2 wells la lfd splendid orchard and 2 urn n strawberries Immediate porsesslon Price 900 No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double reran das hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom rontlo t strut feet from hotel up stairs colts ble for dwelling 2 nice cottages nicely furnished ered said paints 4 room sod veranda act A large barn en ssme lot used as llrcry front Good Ksrden Vacant lot adjoining by 200 feet deep Allot this property Is In London Ky and Is a toe theca for someone to mate money Proprietor refused to rent properly for fro per Oa account of wife onl for telling proprietor daises to exchange- or tern In Lincoln county CountyS1nllafroasLancaster clorer and bluegrata except 10 acres no watte land Finely b pond and bisnche through the place Tblaod la rich and productive grows hemp and tobacco llewly fenc ed with wire and locust A orchard Improvements a K 000 toetorylgbt room frame Iwdllng ardrobea In each room pantries cellar etc newly covered and painted tenant house burn and other outbuildings all In good condition In good neighborhood near church school depot wttorace wa store within 400 yards of This place will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary open ell the year for the treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills 4ae when services are rendered and must be paid promptly WWIAAL IaAI to ri PINK ROSES BY MARY WOOD j Copyright 1001 by Mary Wood April In Venice Tho Italian sky smiled down ou tho rippling waters of tho lagoon but Marian Dnno was blind to Its loveliness as she leaned back languidly In her gondola These months of traveling had failed to wako her forget It was all the fault of tho pink roses eho told herself Why could they not keep to their own proper season of Juno But In these lands of summer In Italy and southern France even due ing January their fragrance like a breath of poison had deadened her In terest In nov scenes and experiences And yet pink roses had once meant happiness to Marian They had first come Into her childish life In pleasant 5dreams When ells grew into a slender sUp of a girl end graduated from tho Young Ladles seminary It was only the frantic clasp of her fingers ou a bunch of roses that kept her voice from faltering over tho prlzo essay Dawsons card was tied to tbo ton stems and Jack and she were boy and girl lovers It had come about natu tally for they lived sldo by side with no envious wall to bar their twilight confidencesonly a low hedge They wcro In that delicious stage when secrecy seemed to add a new tie of love a tlo that shut out tho rest ot tho world So she wore the ring on a ribbon round her neck and stoic down to mere her lover by tho big pink rose bush Ah bow long ago that seemed Aft erward had como a dreadful day the day of the quarrel Being their first they took It tar too seriously It was In the old garden whoso charm for once was broken Jack was Impetu rous sbo cool and reproachful Before either of them knew what had hap pened she had slipped the ring Into his hand and he was out of sight across the hedge She had sat there at first too stunned- i to think but prldo camp to her old Her checks flamed as righteous Indlg nation grew She planned It all out Jack was too Impetuous and must have a lesson and she was quite firm enough to administer It It was a very proud little figure that started for the house defiantly pulling a bunch of pink roses out of her belt and fling Ing them Into the grass But the next kneesrgathering them up carefully as she whispered It was not your fault poor dears Slowly tho days passed by It Jack were having a lesson he was learning- It In silence for no overtures camo 1from beyond tho hedge Her anger 1was dead and In Its place was tho growing tear that ho would never again come to her In vain oho had tortallow his example It was too hard a task when he was so near She grew restless Sho would go abroad and leavo even his memory far behind Mr Dane did not suspect what was tho matter with his motherless girl but If she wanted a trip to Eu rope she should havo It Jack must have known about tho plan but bo made no sign They sailed from New York Among the gifts sent to the steamer were no pink roses and no a card from Jack Now the splash of oars could not rouno her from her bitter reverie but as they turned a corner a breath of the old fragrance brought a stab of pain to her heart They floated closetto a tiny garden set like an between the dark buildings and over Its low wall hung a blooming spray At sight of tho roses came renewed longing for home She would fight against It no longer She wont back a to the hotol filled with peace A loiter was waltlm for her As sho r opened It leisurely suo wondered what had moved Leslie Prince to write to her Leslie hud been one ot the belles of tho homo sot but she and Marian had never been particularly chummy Tho letter began effusively Leslie was always effusive IT Dunk MrrtanI hue a surprise am engaged And you cant burn to wbomtoS JackTho t sheet almost fell from Marians trembling toad but site forced herself to read on It It all very sudden I bid no Idea that iii need for me bjt ha does awfully and Insists oa hung married In June Now I want you ter a brldcimsld Do promlM that you will corns hems In time You wont bare to bother much abut the dress It will be a plot and wblt wedding Juit wile mull with plate roses There wgs more but sbo could read no further To Jack that Is what her brain kept repeating So soonto marry another so soon And they wanted her to bo a bridesmaidIt was too cruelat his wedding novcrl She would stay abroad always But as she thought It over through long hours of tho day and of tho night sho found herself feverishly eager to go Deep In her heart there was a longing to see him onco again before bo was gone from her forever but this sbo would not admit even to herself Sho wrote that she would accept the Invitation with pleasure Tho wedding was to bo on the 8th of June The Danes should have ar rived In New York on tho Gth but their steamer was delayed by storm so It was not until noon of tho wed ding day that sho found herself walk- Ing through the well remembered garden The roses were all in bloom and as their fragrance met her It seemed that tho past year must be a hideous dream But no It was his wedding IIs impure Blood What h It asks the mother as she notices the smooth skin of her child marred 11a red or pimply eruption It is impure blood at once to bNlu the use of Tlr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery the best and remedyfor the Wood It entirety eradicates the poisons corruptthe cause disease It cure scrofula bolls pimples eczema salt rheum and other eruptive diseases are the direct result of im blood It enriches as well as purifies the blood bnleofiledmy two tons writes MM M JUrtrick of 4Iwith consumption and IerOlua slyaided t son was taken two or three year ago with honor stage from the lnop It troubled him forever MedicalDiscoveryover a year 3IyuoQtf son hd crofulous ores on his Deck had two lanced but bas not medIcineMedIcalstomachgBlldngYouMedical Adviser the beat medical book ever published free by sending stamps to pay expense of only Send 11 onecent staunJu for covers or JI for clothboundvolume to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y day and she was to bo a bridesmaid and carry pink roses She dressed at home with the aid of her old nurse Through tho window como tho garden scents and she could oven see tho pink glory of tho old trystlng bush And were these not some of Its roses that Nancy offered tor her hair Sho shivered an oho put on tho soft clinging dress It it were only her shroud The carriage came and in a few too abort moments she was at the house They were finishing the dressing of the bride Leslie was Indeed beautlfn- She Insisted on stopping to Marian How poorly she looked and it was n Him mo that tho old steamer had to bo late But It would be all right about tho procession she need only follow the other girls Everywhere pink roses Their fra grance seemed to affect Marina like a narcotic but site drew herself up proudly Should she show the world how she suffered Now came the sig nal to start Marian clutched her roses no tightly that the thorns cut through her gloves but she walked without a tremor Suddenly her new found self possession vanished There before her among the ushers was Jack Daw son Her heed steam but she walked on mechanically until sho reached the lauding overlooking Iho lower hall and saw pale nail nervous as otwr a groom could be John Thornton Sho under stood It now lie was Jack the only Jack to Leslie A wave of relief almost of happiness surged over herIShe never know how site stood through tho ceremony As In a drenJnI sho was by his side Ho might have felt the trembling of the little figure and her secret In her face Jerhaps he did for afterward Inn lull she found herself In a corner of the porch while dear voles was making Impetuous explanations and appeals And for atmwcr she hid hor blush Ing 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