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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1902 9 A M NO GS I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC 2LOSTPalo red two year old heifer Chas Trub Otienholm 2t Thoroughbred Uerkiblro pies ready for service John Owtley Reid Stan ford Mark Ilardlo tolp to Bud Duno ofI Madlion a couplo of 700DOund year lings at 4o Dud DUOD of Madison bought of WI i A Coffey and ball Anderson about 25 yearlings at 4c Foil BALK Two tine male DerkI iblro pigs subject to register Weight About 05 pound 0 Vanoy 2t 1 A Kansas City trader last week re wblebI210 wagon raco at Mcmphli Best time 2001 O P Cecil Jr told 125 buibols of clover seed lilt week to J Charles Mc Cullougb of Cincinnati for tho top notch price of 05321 per buihcl Ad vocate At a combination sale of ihortborni held at Galetburg 111 by A J Ryden D L J W Dowdy 62 female aver aged 1301 43 and seven bull averaged 1mWANTEDClover Seed Wo pay more for Clover Seed than any house Wo stand ready to prove ibis Get price from others then ice us Wo are not commliilon buyers Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky Ot Scott Hudson wilt next sea oa cam palgn the much talkedot Eddie Coo non Eddie ConDor la by Lelcber 218 dam by Kutbrcaker and wae h bred by Edward Cocoon of Paris Ky Too hone li capable of topping u mile In 210 Mr M F Grime of Paducab salot man for Ibo Western District Ware house baa been awarded the Reglo contract for furnishing tobacco to the Italian Government the coming ieaoo The contract call for 4000000 pounds of tobacco Tbo apple crop throughout tbo entire country this year according to the cc tlmato of the New England Homettead will be 43000000 barrel agalnit 27 000000 barrel In 1801 At for quality this li far from satisfactory the Ceo a tral and Western States and In New England It U very much bettor I will be at S W Burke it Sons Livery Stable Junction City Ky Monday Nov 3 1902 to buy mules from three to six yeanold 15J to 16 hands high good bone and blocky make and also good high acting hone from three to seven years old Bones sod mules must be broke A VC Roberts MATRIMONIAL George Rico 24 and Miss Lilly Wall 17 were married at the court house yesterday by Judge Bailey John S Pollard of Indiana an Lincoln county man aud Miss Adds Cummins of Crab Orchard were married tit Mrs Martha Severance Wed nesday evening la speaking of their approaching marriage the Lexington Democrat tays Mr Saufley a son of Judge M C Saufley and Is a valued attache of tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL while Miss Engle man Is a beautiful and highly cultlvat cd young lady who has a bOlt of ai wirer every where she is known At 10 oclock Wednesday tnornln Mr R L Berry and Mlis JanleFeltnd were married at the country home o tho bride the ceremony being per formed by Rev Bunabarger In a bead tlful and Iropreislve manner Thawed ding was a very quiet one there beta no attendants and Immediately after DanSrlHc grooms home In Bath county Tbo bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs A M Poland and Is qulto cultured ant accomplished and has many frlend- hero who regret giving her up but congratulate the young gentleman who has won her Mr Berry Is a prosper OUt farmer and stands high at his homo ti THE OLD REUABLE Ptt4 I b1i1H6POWDER Abaoluteryllure 7HfRf IS NO SU135TITUTE- r LANCASTER Ice was seen In no small quantity Wednesday morning The Star and Crescent Carnival Com pany left for Corbln Wednesday Dr II G Saodlln Is arranging to moyo with bis family to Missouri A carload of sheep was shipped this place to the city market Wed dayThe DelI vote will bo taken Tuesday ion tbo issuing of bonds for a water works systemJudge M O Saufley will speak tat the Paint Lick depot tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock Elder A R Moore will preach at tbo court house owing to the repairs on the Christian church The Oarrurd graded school football team will go to Danville to morrow to play against a Qarrodsburg 11 Dr J M Acton who recently loaned In Bryanlsvllle has concluded to return here to practice his profession Ed and N 0 Pi Ico bought seven pound cattle from Forrest Stapp at Ole W G Anderson sold Price Bros four head of cattle Wood Walker of Point Leavell this county Is one of tho commluceiof the National Fox Hunters Association which will meet at Bowling Green A large lot of floe flab tho blgfrnouth bass variety has been received from the Government authorities by the lo cal fishermen and placed In Dlx River Leslie Anderson who did such lime playing In a football match game at Dsnvllla Saturday on the lido of Con tral Unlverlty against a Miami 11 Ie a Lancaster boy Senator G T Fords being unable to come homo to vote on account of buil neis In Onlo sent funds to the demo crate hero to pay bis part of the cam palgn expenses Mr W U Wherrltt who Is tbo finest cultivator of chrysanthemums In this vicinity will have a beautiful col lectlon of these flowers on exhibition the UrL of tho week Mrs Emma Ray of Oweniboro lc visiting her nelce Mrs Win West Cbarles Walker has been at homo on a visit Miss Christine Bradley has returned from several weeks sojourn In Lexington A Garrard county farmer reports sari of com that measure 11 Inches in circumference 71 Inches in length and contains 30 rows of grain to the ear This exceptionally tiDe corn Is an upper Oarrard product T S Elkln bought of Elder A R Moore a bunch of fat bog at 6ic Also a bunch from Bllile lull at Gc and another lot tram Torrlh at same figures James Clark sold T S Elkin several bead of fat heifers at 3c WJ Price and C C Bsgby will speak at Hubble this evening at 7 oclock In the Interest of Congressman Gilbert and the democratic party wllcI County Medical Society will be entertained on Friday evening Nov 7 by tbo Klrksvllle physicians and all members of the organization are earnestly urged to bo in attendance Papers will be read by Dr Oldbsnu of Klrksvlllo and Dr B M Grant of this place The next attraction of the Lycsum course is Mr Edwin L Barker in mon ologuo plays He will fill an appoint evegcomes desft reserved scan boa Mr Partin has sold hi residence o Megeducate a family of children five In number Mr Partln sold bis dwelling paIdfor1was built by Judge Wm Duncan followinc g and Wm Flaonery Miss Rebecca Sparks and Tbos Gay Miss Llzzlo tbeIDolls Crutcher and Marlon Prewltt of Paint Llok Miss FlieD Sowdor and Emoral Clark of Cartervllle MANY THANKS Tbo Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL has just computed Its second year under the management of Its amiable and capable editor Mr E C Walton Its destinies are guided perbapi not so much by lucky for that In Itself doc not imply much merit but by Industrious stars With that bright particular one Mr Walton in the ascendent an ordinary gifted seer cant lee anything but prosperity JOURNALAdvocate A dispatch from Georgetown states that Caleb Powers convicted of the endeavoringtoa chemical analysis of his itomach An habeenf which be Is charged would be more In othingsj MR H ROWAN SAUFLEY Of this office who on the evening of Nov 12 will wed Miss Anne Bronaugb Engleman Is ono of the brightest aDdI mo4t energetic young newspaper men In the State For several years ho has been associated with this paper and has proven worthy ol every trust reposed In him In fact we consider blm a very eiientlal put of the paper and would dlilUo Aery much to attempt to ge along without him Bis bride to be Is a beautiful and cultured young girl who It exceedingly popular and that their union will be a moat happy one wo have every reason to hope and bo hove ++++4t4+4 tf++IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Uollk daughter of George W Davie Is dead at Pcrryvll after a Ingerlng nicest The office of the Circuit and County Clerks at Scotuvlllt together with nearly all the records were destroyed by fire Gov Oeckbam has appointed George El Alexander of Louisville a com mUIODur of the Lakeland Asylum to uoceed R W Drown relilloedICoy Oeckbam has offered a reward e of 8200 for tbe arrest and conviction of Emmet Wells a young mm of Davleis county charged with criminal aisaulu Mr M J Farris will shortly begin the erection of two handsome storerooms on Third street near Lynns meat shop The dimensions of tbeI rooms will be 70x22 feet and bree etc vies high The second and third ltoI rice will bo made Into flats Danville Advocate A Civil Service examination was hold at tbe court house under th direer tlon of 0 N Saxtoo special examiner from Washington There are 3S ap plicants who are taking the oxamlna tlon for the different classes For In ternal revenue 26 railroad mall four skilled laborer female three appren tlce one messenger two watchman one stenographer in Philippine see vice one MCREARY While in Cincinnati Enthuses Over tho democratic pros pectin Kentucky this year The following Is from the columns of the Cincinnati Enquirer Hon James B McCrcary United States Senator elect came over to OlD altowr closing his hustings work In the Oth and 6th Congreiilonal Districts which 1are embraced In Judge Paynters Ap peltate Court District t0Cooed Kehoe and Payntcrwlll all be reelected by Increased maJorities said tbe S oatortlfor thalr district are well organized and tbo democrats united and enthusiastic I was In Louisville a few days ago and going democratsg e ere was d that we will gale a Congressman and Judge of the Court of Appeals In that dlstrUt The republicans aro making Conegretstonal District but Rhea Is a game fighter himself and be Is going to be elected by such a majority that Moss will never have the hardihood to co test bit scat We will a ho gain a Judge of the Court of Appeals from that section of the State Wo are cer tale of 10 out of thellcoogressmon corn posing our delegation Yes I keep In touch with the National Congressional Campaign Committee from whom I have bad three letters recently assur log mo that we will carry the House of Rsprcsontatlves Yes the race for the democratic gubernatorial oomin a tlon In our State will become Intereet Ing after the election when I am Informed Goy Beckham and Hon James D Blank will formally announce their candidacy as Judge JBrecklnrldgo e and Hon J K Hendrlck have already What prediction do I make as to tbe democratic majority In Kentucky a t the approaching election I firmly be lave It will between 30000 and 40000 II h KINGSVILLE Mr W L McCarty was in Lexing ton Monday and TuesdayS Mr McKenzie is ill of pneumonia 5 Dr Thompson Informs us Mrs Wilson of near South Fork Is barely alive being a sufferer from a IAhas been erected and will be conducted 3 by JjWsoon to purchase new goods The chir opodlst Dr W Y Erwlo of Hopkins j vlllo Js here and said to bo getting a i floe practice Tbe democratic speaking by ions J S Owiley and W 8 Burcb next i Saturday Is being looked forward to with much pleasure It Is really too i bad that our town has no hall for pub ll spcaklng eta We wonder some of our prominent citizens W L McCar ty Dr C M Thompson and others do not undertake the enterprise j Little Miss Bessie Reynolds was so unfortunate as to get ono of her limbs broken Just above tbe knee The milJhap occurred Friday evening Oby Francis was drawing Bessie and ai number of other children in a cart Ho went too near a deep cut near tbe road Into which the children were preclpl Injuredtbut none eo seriously as the Reynolds child Mesdamcs Durhtn and Sam Sims are rejoicing over tbe lato arrival of a son each The greatest and most intense excitement prevailed here Sunday morning when tbo new was quickly circulated that Mrs Dave Hicks was tbo mother of triplets three girls weighing 18 pounds altogether They are ell pretty children and according to the attending physician Dr Thomp son there Is no reason why they should not live as they are quite healthy re quiring only proper attention Tbe neighbors have been very kind and at tentive and many lltth dresses and other articles of a babys wardrobe have been presented to the unexpected welcome trio of little girls Sev have offered to adopt two of tbe babies but the parents would not part with them although they have 10 chll dren six boys and four girls Tbo triplets aro named Stella Lula and EllaMrs D P DIneen and handsome children returned to Somerset lion W S Warren and pretty little daugb ter Mice Margaret Warren of Stan ford spent Monday at Hotel Penny backer Mrs Fannie E Carey returned from Stanford Sunday accompanied by W W Walter Dr Ben Walter of Lancaster Is here to practice bis profession Miss Gertrude Davidson returned from tSbclby City Monday Miss Virginia Johnson left Saturday for Verona where she will visit rely fives and attend school Mrs Penny backer and Miss Elizabeth MoFarland will go to Somerset this week who Mrs Pennvbacker will make Tbelr many friends horajrlvo them u with regret The entire community epeeSk J our town regret to loose her Mr J M McCarty will take possession of the hotel Thursday Mrs Pennybacker and Miss McFarland will drive through to Somerset the latter part of week A Mr Cochran wife and daughter of Boston Mass are the latest accession to our town Mr Cochran has rented Sebastian Cbevolettes home with a view of purchasing The latter will probably move with his family to Sow snot Dan Hester has the livery business and J M McCartywill havo livery facilities In connection with tbe hotel A new aide walk on Main street will bo made In the very near future This is what our brother Mr W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat has to say about us for which wo ao knowledge thanks Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL has rounded out two years under the editorial and business man agement of Mr E C Walton who con tlnues to Improve and fortify it in pub lavor while making It a financial lisa cess The paper was always a little gold tales and the writer often wishes tno leavo the good old town at which It la published and given It up for harder and less satisfactory work It would have saved us many a heartache and sleepless night but chat Isnt hers nor there We have enlisted for the war and having put our hand to the plow wo do not intend to look back We have demonstrated that we can run Tbe Democrat oven under the most advice circumstances and we are going to make It a financial success or bust or dlo In the attempt It Is graduals becoming a paying property aDd having weathered every storm is sailing slow- II but surely to the success we have eubecriptloIliumns speak tor themselves and if our friends continue to show their apprecl atlon of our efforts we will show them tbat they have not misplaced tbelr confidence ft fj w The Question Is j Not bow much goods we willl sell this Fall but how ninny men we will be able to supply from our stock before it is gone When people begin to realize the good things we have here the etokwont tact loug So come early Clothing Hats Shoes Good values style and comfort a IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre rfbt satisfied Ta o DULLER Danville KU 1 u SOLD 82 a ton soft coal without the ol root smoke or gee was unheard the invention of OriginalHot Stove This wonderful stoveburns the BYTo OAS HALF of soft coal wasted with other stove and gives the same cleanliness and even heat day and night with this fuel that can bo had from ID hard coal It requires atten tlon only three times In 24 hours Wire u never out Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Ant odorA for eradicating the dis eagreeable odors arising from reperspirationpIt is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on anyrportion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by WeB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY GUNS q Ammunition Hunting Vests tC We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for CASH Craig Mocker STAFORD L CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck p i boards Harness andnaro sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Ji j Ji p r r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County li a ctodlilttc for State Trw unr sublet to the action of the Democratic party i ROBERT HARDING of Dantllle Ii a cinJIJ l for Circuit Judge tub act to the sctlon of tbs cniocnUo party CHARLES A HARDINI of Is a randfdsis CominoawMlthf At r torneyln tblMhe ISth judicial district subject to tbe cube demorsdo party f For Congress IGG GILBERT IOfSh h Mr Gilbert And Congress l Before tbe next Issue of this paper the battle of tbe ballots In tbe Cooj greealonal race will bave begun A t parting word to the democracy of tbe Sib district may not be amiss nomltt success Hue defeat Is our defeat can be no honor accredited to IThere Is not reflected on us There Lcanbe no disaster visited upon him by wblcb we are not sufferers It we are mindful of our own Interests and we are strange folks If we are not these ourJout the district Mr Gilbert has done his duty zealously and well No blame ten be laid to his door He has spoken oi many places In each county In the district His discussion and elucida floe of public questions has been su perb He has shown himself to be a r lucid well Informed vigorous debater ills course In Congress attests his fidel ity and efficiency as a representative He la an upright clean and honorable gentleman who can represent and has already fitly represented a fine people In tbe Federal legislation reflecting their dignity and social excellence In a style which they most admire framing for them tbe measures of legislation In which they are specially concerned and keeping meanwhile steadily In mind the approved maxim that those i lame and policies are best which yield the greatest good to the greatest num berWe discredit ourselves we slothful justIto ittooIf we suffer him to be defeated by our own apathy His opponent has deemed it impolitic to meet him In joint debate For this reason there Is to not that friction which always excites public attention and this Is precisely what our friepds the enemy have been careful to avoid They can not stand the friction of debate They do not want the search light of public atten recordIThey prefer the darkness of public ig norance If the leaders andthe favor lies of those leaders can fatten and grow rich and wax strong under the J stimulus of partisan and class legisla tlon their great end is attained Their I party creed teaches their party prac F Lice accords with that party creed that government was made for the few Arid that the greatest good to the favored l few should be the chief end of legisla tlon Beyond all peradventure the demo leIr defender their champion high tower and fortress Remember Tuesday the 4th day of November That Is election day That U Gilbert day That la tbe peoples Ijday election day this year is but tbeJ campaigni4tIwellfounded hopes of carrying the If they do Roosevelt i wilt walk the log in 1004 Democrats should see to it that we carry every Congressional district in the State except the llth The devil al tianddarkness have a firm foot hold out in there and we surrender that territory dIfferiIB f mally lonesome Tuesday the 4th day of November Let that be memorable as the dayt Lincoln county stood loyally to Gil fatberJr They were married here Gilbert Creek was named for the grandfather 1 of our Congressman The Protective Tariff and tbe Trusts are Twin evils They are partners tot economic crime They are cocon splratora In social wrong Each one is fostered nod supported by the same t class of people A protected tariff be gets a cruet A trust draws Its lifet from a protective tariff They are botht enemies to tbe law to the government and to tbe people If you want to de stroy them vote for Gilbert Gilbert has faithfully and ably repre seated this district He has done more than welL The next session because w1l1hIIf r district What need Is there for I change P His opponent is quite a young 1man and Inexperienced gentleman who until very recently was a zealous den ocrat It would not be a good trijde to swap Gilbert for this young gentle man who Is not yet bridle wise A TRUST in Its polltlal and mod ern commercial sense means a combl nation of a largo amount of money and property to carry on a particular lineI of business and to make that business profitable by crushing out all compete lion In the same lino This Is contrary to law It Is destructive of the interests of tho great body of people It raises the prices of all things which tbe people must bur to live decently and comfortably If you favor the trusts vote for Mr Sumrall If you are opposed to trusts vote for Mr Gilbert- A TRUST Is toot the legal trust which we hear about In the courts and which are created by deeds and wills It la a new device to oppress the poor to harass the ordinarily welltodo farm er and to bother even the man who bat- a few thousand surplus It Is a scheme to plunder everybody but millionaires POLITICIANS figure that by the supplemental registration Louisville willf go democratic by 6000 TOE New York Herald whose oleet tlon forecasts are usually reliable says the democrats will elect 10 cODgreHI men In Kentucky That INTERIOR JOURNAL has said all along and next Tuesday will show whether these prophets In and out of the coun try are with or without honor DEMOCRATS of the Eighth district are alarmed and are making a great effort to get out the tote Louisville Poet Gee whiz What a fabrication The eighth district la as sure to go democratic as election day In to come Mr Gilberts majority will not be un 2000YESTERDAYS dl patches tell ofa young man killed In Indiana while playing foot ball and a young lady killed In Simpson county Kentucky while playing croquet It can not be argued from this that the latter Is as dange rous a game as the former which la a continual menace to life and limb The growing wonder Is that tbo fatalities from foot ball are not more frequent In no other way could boys show so great a disregard of their physical be log and comeout so well A DILL will be presented before the Massachusetts legislature providing ot for the incorporation of trade unions Heretofore the unions preferred exercise power without accepting full responsibility for results They enter into undertakings without fur nishing any guarantee against failure fulfil their agreements Tbey do Injuries for which there Is no posslbllU ty of reclamation It would wonderfully advance the standing of labor organizations If they should become Itr corporated and consent to put the money they squander In frultleeeb strike In to the form of a money guar tutee for the performance of air con tracts THOSE who know Judge T Z Morrow will regret to bear that be has agreed to withdraw from tbe race to succeed himself as circuit judge In tbe Somerset district U W Shadoan op posed him and a bitter fight resulted between the respective friends of the candidates which has been temporarI- ly settled by both withdrawing and agreeing to support O H Waddle a t turn coat for the nomination his bad enough to lee the old judge retired after so long acd so honorable service on tbe bench It la worse to see a man who a few years ago claimed to be a democrat get what a majority of the turncoats turned fora fat office POLITICAL No opposition having developed to udge J Benton and Common wealths Attorney Crutcher In the 28th judicial district they have been declared the democratic nominees for re election Several prominent republicans and democrats of Bowling Green have been summoned to appear before tbe Feder grand jury In Louisville presumably regard to alleged violations of the registration laws Hard work la being done and money being turned loose by New York re publicans In an effort to save the State for Odell Attention will be confined from now on to an attempt to hold down the democratic majority below the Bronx A bitter republican fight In tbe Sore reef judicial district has been settled by the withdrawal of Judge T Z Morrow and G W Shadoan from the race for Circuit Judge both agreeing to support O H Waddle a former Democrat for tbo nomination President James J Hill of tbo Great Northern railway addressed 13000 farmers at Crookstoo Minn telling them that his road was paying 7 per cent dividends and that Its supreme object now is to secure prosperity for the Northwest One Kentucky con reeman at least taking life easy Tho lion Dave Smith of the fourth district has been given a walkover by the republicans who had sense enough to know that they bad no more chance of del featlng him than a snowball has of c maintaining Its shape In hades Gov Beckhara has agreed to make four speeches in the Ninth Congres sional district In the Interest ot Con gressman Kehoe and Judge Paynter He will speak at Brooksvlllo today and at Augusta tonight On Saturday ho will speak In tho afternoon at Car lisle end In the evening at Cyntbiana In response to a dispatch from tho Clncinati Enquirer Chairman Grlggs of the democratic National Congroi slonal Campaign Committee said I have no doubt of a democratic bouse by from 10 to lo majority This IB good news Let us pray that It will prove true and to the helped for reiult by electing 10 Congressmen In Kentucky What Democracy Represents I And Opposes With the tariff and trust questions tbe issues of the campaign and with consistent record for honest opposition to a trustbreeding monopoly sheltered tariff and to the great trust evil which Is becoming such a serious menace to the welfare of this government and Its people the democratic party is ready to rest Its case and let It go be fore the great jury of American voter for their verdict It not only asks that verdict be the result of a dellber ate and unbiased judgment and that It e In accordance with the facts and ev- Idence which has been submitted thro tbe press and from the busting It asks tbe jury to remember that democ racy Is opposed to tbe Dlngley tariff for the following reasons 1 Because according to Indisputable testimony It enables American manufacturers to compel American consumers to pay more for their products than they charge European and other for alga consumers for the same products 2 Because It has demonstrated that the tariff does foster trusts and that It protects them In their outrages on the people 3 Because the primary object of a protective tariff Is to enable the manufacturer to charge the consumer more for his goods than bo would otherwise have to pay which Is an injustice 4 Because It taxes the masses In or der to enrich a favored few making those Immoderately rich at the ex pence of the very few people they afterward oppress 5 B cause while professing to be for tbe benefit of and In the Interest of la bor In reality It does nothing but build up great fortunes which are afterwards Inimical to all the interests labor as the tyrannical coal trust for Instances 0 Because It Is discriminating and lend the governmental machine to the rich and oppressive trusts In order that they may be sheltered In their un holy purpose of stilling competition tad forcing the consumer to pay the prices they In their greed and avorace may see fit to name 7 Because its author himself said that they bad purposely made It too 8 Because when the republican text gooks boast that we are competing with the world In tbe open markets ot the world it leaves not a solitary sane reason why it should be continued 9 Because it violates that great prin- cIple which would give every man an equal chance to earn a competenceaDd an equal right to live 10 Because It isunfalr unjust and un democraticAnd tbo jury to remember that democracy grounds for opposi ion to trusts are 1 Because tbey are dangerous to the welfare and wellbeing of the people and of the government 2 Because they are arrogant and ov erbearing and crush out legitimate In dustry and competition gobbling up everything in sight for themselves 3 Because they combine and conI iplre to cheat labor out of lu just earn ings and to defraud lr out of its lawful rights They are the beneficiaries ofI the tariff rather than tbe men who work for them 4 Because they first throttle compo tition and then charge exhorbltant prices for their product 5 Because they add to the already almost Intolerable burdens of tbe poor 0 Because tbey corrupt Legislatures buy themselves or their creatures Into power and carry out their unworthy ode at any cost 7 Because they are against the people and against the right 8 Because they are in close alliance with the leaders of the republican party which helps them on tbe you tick le me and Ill tickle you plan 0 Because tbe trusts are against the emocratlc party In these premises democracy IB one with tbo people of this country and confidently awaits their verdict Four juries 18 of his fellowcitizens gathered from tbe four corners of the State have without a dissenting voIce pronounced former Banker and Board of Aldermen Briber McKnlght guilty of embezzlement Such una nimity of opinion seems however to cut no Ice with old Legal Technicality Louisville Times The multiplication or railways has not diminished the number of postal stages In Germany On the contrary the number of stage drivers rose from 6170 In 1890 to 5314 In 1000 The Grand Leader This lull the Grand Leader is malting special inducements to the trade Our lines represent the foremost manufacturers of this and foreign coun tries are extremely uptodate and the quality tho highest standard Our prices nfo as low as it is possible to sell tho high grade of goods that we place on our counters Wo ask of you to inspect our goods and prices and we feel assured that your verdict will be as ours The best goods for less money than elsewhere Come in at tiny time you are always welcome TRADE BRINGERS IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 48anC 44inch Serge strictly all wool the 750 kind nt per yard 49c 49kindC ltoryanl1a75 yard Our Corset Department is with the seasons newest shapes Tho now J C C hip tho pronounced by all to be the finest made at 100 The now Flexibono straight front long hip in fine Coutill at 125 is beauty We have a genuine boned straight front corset at 50c thAt ia- n wonder Tho XXX Model of Flexibono for stout figures at guaranteed unbreakable Other makes and kinds from 25c up to S2 See them Our tall lino consists largo nUll varied of gingham calicoes outings nil wool finnne canton flannel tercalea shirtings comforts blankets ladies mens boysand children shoes men and boys clothing boots underwear moos and ladies furnishing goods Indies tailor made skirts trunks valUca and Ilcmembcr our prices always and if dis satisfied we return your money for the asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVY Manager FOR RENT I deslr to rent my property situated on Somerset street H mile ron town coonttt lag of dwelling of seven rooms besides kitchen and room and a one eel lar smokehouse chicken hone coal house and a rood liable and 10 acres of land kfdhydrant one In the and for stock the door forwell cistern combIned near drloklagpurposes SaIJABPrilA1L IOOd Y repair BROWN 8 BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office In Masonic Bids SOMERSET Boom 9 KY Will practice In all the Bute Courts also In and Courts Collections made and prumptlr remi- ttedPOSTED 1 We oboe names appear below strictly forbId Dining or any kind of treupaitlng on our places and will prose cute to of the law- J Nevln Carter I W Carter James McCormack J F Dover Mrs Ida James N Cash MrsJ 1LWhite James Meaner Alex Traylr Tom Btone Miss MattIe Uewo Joseph Ilallou J W Bauebman BT W H Dudderar M F Lawrence I To the Coal Consumer Having bought out Biggin Slat the coal dealers we are now to furnish tho people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cub Farmers we will take your bay and Dora to exchange coal at the market puce We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for your money Orden at coal house phone 4lror lloones livery atable No 00 auasvitSTR- NPORD KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east afdaof College street In llustonvllle Ky consisting of and livery stable and vacant lot This property is well arranged for hotel or boarding houso and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and good vacant lot for priyata It desired Everlasting water in abundance Property is well arranged for private residence and- Is now rented for purpose If you want good paying in Huston ville call on or address D B Carpenter lluston vllle Ky 40inch EtAmine black only the 1 s50kindC2 Ub jnji yard 44inch 225 kind nt 54inch Broadcloth tho 8125 kind at per 9t5C replete dip corset a 150 of stocks flannel a telescopes are right servants bunting x tor Boone Sooner or later the excellent value you receivcinVntchesI cut Come and see 1 the elegant lino wo cnn show you IIPrices could not be lower i IW H I I We Never People everywhere on receiving tho idenl with out insisting The StoreStanford one i hnlf ns particular as of pure drugs or in filling of their selling or never guess Wo make is r- I right in every Pennys Drug I 7fIwaYd Cleo rat bzI IfIcSamllI Now Sideboards Tables Chairs Bed Couches Box Couches Folding Beds and Iron Beds Largo aSSOlt1ment of Rockers Withers Furniture Co C L Carpenter Proprietor Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will bo at tho ST ASAJPEC a rJ1EL7l THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 1314T- here are numerous conditions whore glasses are required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting pains in eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensations In or about the eye Take advantage of his skill Dont neglect your chllden Difficult cases solicited Louts 9 A Vto 4 rllvSt Asaph HotelL 6anfordKy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 31 1002 In filling your proscription wo UBO tho right modlclnea in ibo exact proper Stone and with proper caro Wo not do bolter If yon paid ui doublo the price which le always reasonable Pen cya Druz Storo PERSONALS Mil W O SPEED li In Cincinnati J L TOTTEN waa In London on bus mold this week Jess F Coots of LoxlnKton was ilJ hero this week COL W O WELCH wa In Frankfort this week on biiilncsi MISS UE1 rtE WEAREN of Paduc 4 It with Ire Geo n FarrU CIIAS L DAWES cow a reildcnt of Somerset wee hero this week MK AND MRS ED SUJOLD of Lex Ington aro with relatives hero MR R F SLOAN of Wayne li with Mr James McKcohnlo at Hubble latMESDAMES J W ALCORN nod J N I Saunden were ID Loulirllla ibis week Mme Mn D T Goaam of Somerset paid tUli office tubitantlal call Wednoi day MRS SARA II WELCH of Nicholas yule It the Eucit of Mri A A War run MRS W O SiEED It with her ill ter Mri Shannon McKinney In Llv t ingstoetoburn of Huilonvlllo aro with Mill Sa die SUCK MR W G LACKEY who hoe boon with relatives here returned Tuosd to St Louis MISSES LILLY MOORE and Lula Montgomery of Liberty are with Ed Wilkinson MRS BENEDICT SPALDING of Loba coot has been the guest of Col and ud Mrs T P Hill MISSES ANNA RCTLEDOE and Mary Kate Hunt of Winchester are with Miss Nettle Deck MRS J B FOSTER left Tuesday to visit her slater Mrs Bracklorld Jones In St Louis B G NEWELL of Somerset was hero Wednesday and dropped a doll In the slot for tho I J Mug J G RIDDLE of Crab Ore h ard has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W I Herrln MESDAMES Wit RANKIN sod James H Weaver of Drooston aro with r atlves ID the Hubble section Mns WM FELAND and daugh Mrs C M Shearer of Richmond at tended tbo DcrryFeland wedding Miss ELIZAIIETII CREIOHTON our pretty Klnirsvlllo correspondent wu hero this week the guest of relatives MRS HORACE DROWN Is here pack log her goods and chatties preparato- to moving to Cincinnati for the wint MISSES OPHELIA LACKEY and Pat tie Alcorn leave In a tow days for an extended visit to Mr G T Lackey In St Louts WAT SALLEE of Harrodsburg who Is with the Geological Corps near Mil ledgcvllle was the guest of relatl hero yesterday Eo T CARTER has gone to Memp to enter upon his duties as gene agent for Kentucky for the Virgins Carolina Chemical Co Till last issue of the Danvlllo Advo cats contained a good picture of Mr J F Cook a former Stanford man but now a resident of Lexington DR AND MRS C P HARVIELLE of St Loul aro rejoicing over tho arri vat of a daughter The mother was Miss Isabella Bailey of this place CAIT SAM M DUNCAN of Lancas ter was hero yesterday on his return from Atlanta Ga where ho hat beep tar tbo benefit of his health which It much Improved MESDAMFs W W POTEET and May Morrlman Messrs Joo Ireland end Leslie M Rue compose the Harrods burg quartette which will tnko part the vocal contest herow evening Pnor HENRY EDMONDS athlotlo coach tarO U and Y M C A sccre tart was hero Wednesday from Dan vllle and told us tho greatest toot ball game of the season would be played there Saturday betwein his team cad State College 1 LOCALS h NICE lino of new bed room suits tirugs and mattings J L Bcazloy Co DONT forgot that Judge Saufloy will speak at Paint Lick tomorrow Satutr day afternoon FAOALY Mrs Eliza Fagaly wile of John Fagaly died Wednesday at Way nesburtf after a protracted Illness of cancer II r To tbo close and critical observer wo imped It Is unnecessary to that the last two Issues of thoINTE Rtoahis p JOURNAL have been edited for the moat part by new and comparatively untried hands on account of tbo eels tors lllnoiB Wo confess to the neces vary apology but at the samo time ask indulgence of the patron and Invoke the prayers of the righteous upon our a WE have some millet seed woke for solo cheep J H Baughman d Co FOR RENT Mrs LAHolmes dwelling on Main Street Apply to W A Trlbblo Ptaceyour order with us now for American Woven Wire Fence and save money FarrlrJr Co JtctLlnpicture at Mlis Sacrayf MISS LILLIE D LEAVELL will represent Garrard county In tbo vocal coo test hero Thanksgiving evening FOR RENT Six roomdwelling on gardonI loolihmae goods which you can find at W II Muellers YOUR city taxes aro now duo and you are requested to pay them at once Six per cent will bo added Nov 1 R G Jones olty collector I HAVE moved myvisorshop and undry ofJlio to tbo Commercial build opposite DL D Elmoros store Call on me there Ed Wilkinson LAND BALEMr FCash agent for Mrs Sarah A Neal sold to Von Gruenlgan of Louisville her tar of 119 acres on Hustonvlllo pike at 800 RESERVED seats for Mrs Wlggs of tbo Cabbage Patch at McRoberts Drug Store Price 60c General ad ission 35o At Walton Opera House night PLEASE call for certificate of your county claim on any other than court Lalof the clerks otllce Geo D Cooper county clerk THE safe of Goodwin d Fads a bUrgjIanand several pocket books were taken It Is believed the lame parties tbo depot at Brodhead THE managers of the Flying Dutch oQlcgp II strike their tent Saturday night and tharseason so go childrens THE Louisville Post says The etc presentbutoil that it acquired o nlw significance oland all tho dramatic poislbllltles war Wlggsto Opera Borne neighdSHERIFFS APPOINTMENTS I or ono of my deputies will be at Mt Salem Oct 31st end Hustonvlllo Nov le for the purpose of collecting tax Tb will bo your lest chance to pay at home erClrcuisCourt makesIt Impossible for me to moot you again before the penalty Is added M 8 Baughman 9 C COULDNT MAKE DONDAt their BallelTuedalrend James Cottrell charged with ti assault upon Mr C H VaaAnda 00ralwere ont to jail Tbo evidence against them was rather strong THERE will be a great game of toot ball between Central University Stato Collego at Danvlllo Saturday af deteatedMiamiand an Interesting game may bo ex pected Danville Is wrought up over tho procpects and will back her team for ell It Is worth Stato College will bring over about 209 lusty lunged root ere and the contest will bo worth go tog to see Tho game will bo called 2 P U sharp and finished by 4 In der to let out of town visitors got homo tor supper Admission 60c lqtEAI1NUbfcelrs W S Dur chof and Geo B SauQey will speak for the democratic ticket at Chestnut Ridge morrow night at O KThursday nlg 30th Mr Burch and A M Warr onIIe olRht28tbday night 31st Mr Dutch and J S Owsley Jr will speak at Kingless In Saturday night Noy alt Hon M F North will speak at Mlllcdgerllle Friday night Oct 31st at MoKInnoy Sat urday afternoon Nor let and at Rich nlgNovht speak at Bee Lick Saturday afternoon Nov let THE Stanford banks can boast of the largest clerks of any Institution In this part of the Stato R L Porter of the First National Bank who refs 0 tent 4 and weighs 170 pounds oldco maoIwblleNational llko King Saul towers abovoI fellowmsn standing 0 feet 3 out his shoes and tips the beam at A good many robberies aro being c milled throughout tbo country but opine that tho Stanford depositor wllibaate guarded against all attacks DiamondDickdoingsentinel the r TT BRICK for tale W H Shanks lampsjoltSOME elegant bridal presents at Far vie S Gos DrlllhtJrFRESH Baltimore foraalways on band T 0 Willis WANTED to bny a second hand typewriter This office FOR SALEOo sorry for nose cheep D J Ross StBnfordII LAt robs and horse blankats In dlf ferent styles and qualities J O Me Clary ELEGANT selection silverwareetc suitable for bridal presents W H Mueller Miss ETHYL BARNETT of Richmond has entered the contest and will sing A Dream of Springtime II CALVIN the fouryear old son of Mr and Mss Wm Hester fell from a pal of elllo blocks a few days ago and brok bis arm A HALLOWEEN entertainment veil bo given by the Earnest Workers a todlghma Rood cause AT a meeting of the Beaver Croo 011E Gee Co at Hustonvlllo ycster day afternoon Dr J O Barker wal- t lided president and Sam M Owens secretary and treasurer THE ladles quartette of Rich mood Misses Nannie Hunt Powell illian Bybee Mary Scott and Ethyl Barnett will sing Old Folks at nome at the contest here Thanksgiving quatr h will bo held hero on Thanksgiving evening This quartette woo tlrt overda OperaOouogive his rendition of Mss Wlggs the Cabbage Patch The story Is publlcatfo1i ae de splitting situations with great adroit lIell Drodhead Tue d night burglars entered the depot bueescaped They wero heavily mask Mr Cass was unable to give ac description of them ATChennnt Rldgo Wednesday night and O K Thursday night good crowds GeerItg Goshen Tuesday night an c audience greeted Messrs Warren and Burch The 0don woksLQC the democrats up TUB democratic committee of this dlclal district pursuant to a call Chairman R C Warren Is In session coQtderlla pR Or mer order for a convention to domla candidates for circuit judge and Com monwealths attorney While It has been an Impossibility to see every dome ocrat in the district yet over 2000 TOt adera have by petition requested tho committee to order a primary election believing It to bo the fairest method determining each candidates strength McRODERTS Mr Haydon J Me Roberts a brotherinlaw to Messrs J E end I M Bruce of thle placo3lod suddenly at his homo in Cantos Mo Monday night of heart trouble aged about 60 Mr McRoberts was a nail yeorar1p Missouri whero he accumulated Cop siderable property Ho was president ihe Canton National Bank owned the controlling Interest In the Lewis toCougtyTelephoaeCoaad was later htsated a large pickling establishment leaves a wife and two grown child coq to mourn the loss of an Indulgent husband and father HUBdLE- F t Purdom and family are moving to their old homo In Casey Clayt Arnold bought some fat huge of Wm Curry and others at Cic Nig Robinson a colored boy was kicked In the face by a horse and badly hurtB W Given has contracted with Robert Lewis to paint his now reel dcncc Dont fall to attend J J Walkers Jrease Wednesday If you weal a chance buy lots of property of all kinds Mies Della Polegrovo Is vlsltlnghere Joe Sutton sold to Joo Robinson some corn at 9175 ID tho heap L G Bu ble bought a harness maro from L F Hubble for 870 pulpitovisitsaeto Danvlllo parties at 112 atoll Park 0hat0 300 S Dunbar sold a pair of work mules to B G Fox for 1315 CHURCH MATTERS The O W B bL will meet In the lecture room of the Christian church at 230 Wednesday Rev O M Huey the pastor elect will preach at the Baptist church on Sunday morning and evening Rev P Walker assisted by Rev H B Cockrlll will begin a protracted meeting at Concord church Ellieburg Nov 2d The first quarterly Conference of Moreland work wilt bo held at John- sson Chapel Nov 1011 Bro Denlng In attendanceA Is being manifested In the meeting at Moreland B0 O H Neal Is at his best preaching nothing but the straight gospel Rev G W Blggg has been recog nized In bond of 8300 at Paducah to an ewer to tho charge of cutting T J Garr Mr Garra condition Is unlra probed but his physicians think bo will recover Lutes Co sold to Tom Metcalf 32 000 pound cattlo at He soldrforpJames MoKecbnlo bought of Samuel ttAt Mt Vernon Andrew Doan was re mended to jail without ball to await In thekhe Is suspected Doan asserts that his wife committed suicide Mr Llnney McDonald and Miss Lin nlo Mignon Owens eloped from June flea City to Jellico Teen where they 1ware married The bride left home Ostensibly to spend the night with a lady friend but was met on way by the groom They drove to Stanford where they took the train for Jellico Upon their return ao elegant reception was tendered them ESTRAY There left my place ewe ewe lamb InformationrA O DUNN Stanford Ky atFORRENT bywmdeJ n OWBLEY ayFarm for Sale Contains 130 acres of one Ranging Fork land and has upon It end out ildings la a high state of cultivation Is well fenced and watered Is knows ai the K T Young farm and U In Turners OooperRichard agentforPUBLIC SALE I attHaving sold my farm I will offer for sale WEDNESDAY NOV 5th The following described property at public section on the premUc three mile Wet of Lancaster on the Danville pike 67 good feeding cattle IS or hogs cows 2 belt buggyoftimothybaypat and fencing umber farming Imple menu of all kinds consisting of binder Zt0many other things too numerous to men lion Ten new brake Also tome household and kitchen furniture TERNS All anm of 110 and under cash over that amount a good note payable In months from day of sale with 6 per cent Interest negotiable and payable at bank pale begins at 10 oclock sharp Lunch on WALKERO RalaOdwet 1bMlueau Ou Ii Yekepnhdeuh eron ud saWa 5t1lthu- do not hretNo roubur t audct lace to chr ThelJlt 0 Z Mnm not keen tocklDI like Der but irkatloDgbytb mofEunkahaven Sold vtrywLtr e Ia cantaU air f4 by SUndird Companyi J YeryCheap Farm ON EASY TERMS Thilis a farm of 145 acre located S mile from Stanford It II within one mile ofapostot lce church school store mill cheese facwy and neara OermaD ettlemellt The farm is well preserved and unproved and contains a largo amount of One saw timber The Improvements consist of n good frame dwelling house 8 large rooms n double shedsbattached and I ClallyarraDged for cur Ing tobacco the other a log table and wagon shed combined also a hennery a smnko house and corn crib There Is a One young orchard bearing it small vineyard and small fruit The fencing II of rail nnd In good repair Tim farm Is water ed with ncvtrfalling springs and two cia terns The owner Is a nonresident and of furs this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particulars on or address 1 R Hughes Becy Central Ken tucky Real Eatate Exchange Stanford Lin coin County Kentucky Ladies Shoes Ladles to have comfortable shoes you should have them properly fitted It is not every shoe that docs footthatand the knowledge of lasts and sizes that enables us to fit your foot with shoes that will bo comfortable from yourlootyouhavesize that measurements tclliscorrect I Cummins S McClary I KEEP WARM OvercoatsOver Over Shirts OverShoesUnder Wear Warm Gloves Latest Things ty the Market Terms Cash H J McRoberts 1 Shoes resistersMentVomens nakingforthem RubbersEfleecedlinedUnderwearLadies and Childrens Union Suits 25C Finer goods at 50 75c J1 150 Mens Shirts or Drawers at 25 SO 50c 81That you save on Underwear will pay you for a visit to our storejSpecials WeboughtShine and Drawers 24c Five dozen Infants cotton vests at 7cj JOHN BRIGHT JR COf Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswarc all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Limo Salt and Cement Ne I4 e i a s a Ba tl a r i a b5 a a u tteliUa CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to toll my farm of 60 acre moat thqprettiesttwoetorydwelling lightfurnished toning doer Land in n good state of cultivation i with most of It In gratis flood roomy meat OaUand J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at ttondfJats matter rnbuahdTtadgy an xt wv 1 PER YEAR CASH p Wnsnaot sopaldmaOO will beoharzed t 0 f i KNOXVILLE DIVISION Train going North 1144 a ra e 28 u II II 230 a a 025 II ii South 1225 am Men u 1282 p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION KoiMleaTe Stanford it l55 m 1frlrrrtYHtStaoford 1llIa m a learrn Stanford at 230 p m A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky UcBobsrts Drat store inthe Owslej IfOCoeour Bnlldlni A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office over Higgins McKinney Story Telephone K uIII HCNEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flats Kentucky Often his services to the people ot Lincoln and adjoining NEW LIVERY STABLE ti W BOnzE I sm Prop JUNCTION CITY w KY PintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Hon u and Jay For SIn Mason Hotelr MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng firstclaw taeetjall trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Done and Mule constantly on hand and lor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky OlIersbiaacuicca aa 41111LotoinE 1toithe peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both ia work and price Write to him J+ + YJC J1f Y UNDERTAKER If EMEAUJiER And Deslear In ELI NESS 5SADDLER 0 j8tanford Ky Co J k Undertakers and- Embalmorsf ALSO DKaLIX PurnlturcMattingaRageThey i a call Prices right 1TANFORD e KENTUCKY It F Eo C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary 5 Treasure Central Kentucky Real Estate fxchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No IRoute and lot In Stanford ate roomths porch In the rear good nrd n nelghbonoc rlote to ehurrbes and school flood tor until foci iijr rrics SS30 No 2SDall farm 37 acne 8 mils from Mu ford llouatot four good rooms Laek porch and I teranda flood barn and other buildings la go- creutr Cut In ill field well fenced urn In cultlTStlon one acre In fruit trees rot in trtUouaht at commlaeloler let bargain and a- be sold at bargain Close to school and eburcl Price fS3 pet acre Land adjoining told for f a Dd S4J This li a bargain No Slioue and lot In Stanford UOUM ron taint Ore rooms Uood stable and 0 acres of IDd well fenced Oes of pretUnt building Iota In town room enough In front tar two other cottage or a 2 tory front built to tbl cottage and be made a beautiful home Will bo old cheap as tbe owner mutt hue money No 4 Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms bll and Tcrsnds Oood garden fencing and house tn good repair For Ml or rent rrloa reasonable No IIouM ant lot In Stanford Three root and and table Oood repair tWbealdehep- No 700 Houu and lot In Stanford ll torle11 rooms Good garden amok and coat house onlr SS Farm of 60aern2SG roller from Stanford on county rad23acres In cult ration Yln In pasture 2 god orchards and teat In timber Two small cottage good bun and outbuildings ell watered and tenting fairly good Place can be bought at your price as owner ilrts In Indlinap Us and must bare money No 8 farm of 222 acre four miles from Stanford on best pike In the county Sixty acre In wheat 40 In corn In timothy 8 In clow and IIY pet In six fields well fenced wllwaterrenever falllol well and spring two gooleds o barn and out Dlldlnc Fronts pike for threequarters of milt both dwellings being on pike Plenty fruit tree and enough timber to make 6000 post Asplendt bluegrsas farm and only 20 minute drlr from th seat Owner ol One farm adjolnlcg thi- hurecentlyrefuaa1513oeracre offer at 137 60 per acr- eNoIl29 acres land with Decenary Impron menu tulle train Stsntarvl Dwelling has four room reraoda hall and porch Large barn amok house el Well watered and fnced and buUdlDP In good repair Price reasonable Ko Dwelling of six roomlh1I and porch tucceettry outbuildings IINrll large two ttory store room ISiCO feet lower room tuppll with counten sheltes etc Water In dwelling Dd storeroom also cistern and well on place Small lot back of store One mile from Stanford Dnlldlni In goo1 repair and dwelling originally colt 11s00 store over 11200 Will sell both fur tUO or will rent or sell separately- No J230 acre farm mile of Crab Orchard Ey Brick dwellings rooms two tenant house two bens ellod spring near dwelling Farm In hlghstst ol cnltlTttlon ISO acre river Lotto laud good fencing fruit etc Price 13750 an acre No 11100 seen ol land on Lancaster street it Crab Orchard opposite Springs In no 1m prorements except large stock barn abundant of stock water Jrettlnt bolldlog site In town Prlc No UA nice cottage and lot on Lancatte street Stanford 7 rooms good cistern etc Sal SlfiOO will cell for JIOOO No I7A firm of 164 acres near HtutonTlllt Dwelling of tight rooms hall Teranda etc ODe tenant house stock barn Urge tobacco barn and other outbuilding Cistern and good well In the yard and water to era Geld on the place Farm cut In even fields and fintClat land NoI5OFarm of 160 acres situated near Kings rllle Ky 60 acres In mlUTStion S3 In timberres tn gnaw well watered two buns and other outbuU lop repair Dwelling comparatlr ly new is within ards of three churches echool postofflc and C 8 depot Property lies ou pike and county road and ts the most farm in that section Ws will sell the whole farm for tt AM or a parcels of not lee than 30 are to lult purchaser This Is certainly cheap property No 113Frm of 75 acre near Wannbarr Dwelllig good barn etc Well watered fencing and buUl1logs la repair Ptucluctlye lime lone land In good nerrhborhooddo to school ud on good road Price 5700 No 51A farm of acre In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 8 good burr sad out building each house barn lie about the center of 100 urea All on county road J mil from church school and pot Lars well and well watered This Is a good tobacco firm and would ult two or three fimlllee that might want to come from th woe neighborhood Price reasonable No S3A firm of 101 acres In Case county Ky ODe snd onobalf dwelling with six room barn and other outbuildings Sixty acre In ultlTStlon 43 acres In timber fruit trees etc Lays well on county rod nice to churches Ichcol etc rice only No 56 Farm of US acre In Casey county Two nory frame dwelllnC two other rulbulldloge III good repair tlplendld tobacco land and In good community A bargain at 1100 N 67 Farm ofUS acre In Cater A rew two story S room frame dwelling and old welling In lair condition tarns and other out ulldlni On county road splendid tobacco land w1I watered two wells spring etc This Is a de alrabl home Price SlBoO No MFIRy acre near Pleasant Point Ky frame house rooms and Barn and other utbulldtngs Bacre ID cultivation rest In bar Well watered yards from pottofflcschool church lays well on pike and 1comm u nil J Jr1ce O-We bn buyerfor2Oor300sere farm situated from one to three Alto buyer for brut 100 acre situated from one to four milec- orn town with or without improvements Alto a buyer for an I9000 to 110000 farm des to town Note Four houses and lots In Rowland Ky rrfce 1100 each No 19 MH acres of land near Crab Orchard hapNo 20 Two stery house9 rooms hall Yernd acre splendid land adjolnlngjn Stanford ITop enJ in good lights In house tern at door Iteeautlfulhom Price 13000 Nol lloun of fir rooms porch one acre of round and good stable One mill rom town rlcmNo 23 Finn of 143 acres 8 miles from Stanford rime 7 rooms 2 rehet 2 barns one alOtr dwel1l01of con shed combined the other n extra good frame with cattle sheds attached Barn for curlni tobacco Air mnery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard Enclng In good Well watered 2 citterns tIC This farm his been occupied by a former own rr re and Is well and ImprvTed It imlleofpottorOce church and school tented for 1902 for hll rent and Is cultivated com wheat tobacco and clover Title perfect Coat pr rent owner 1500 as county records will bow lplllellfor52500 No 24 Dwelling of rooms with 20 awe londI iMorelsnd Good barn and necessary outbulld 101 2 welt In orchard and 2 are IDtrwberrtet Immediate potseotlon IrlcXiO No 25 Frame hotel large rooms double 1lil hallway Etc A large 3 story storeroom rooting street 30 feet Irom hotel state suite- fordwelllng 2 nice cottage nicely furnh bed spared and painted room and veranda each A larKe barn en same used as livery stable Good gmln Vacant lotadjoining front by 200 feet ep All of thli prolrt Is in London Ky od It a floft chance for some one to make money roprlelor ha refuted torentpropert for O per south On aocountof wife reIOn for telling proprietor desires to exchange for farm to Lincoln county No 27A firm of 1414 acre In Oarrard county mllei from Lancaster All In grati timothy lover and bluegrass except 10 no watt land Inelr watered wells rood and lancnes through the place The land Is rich and luctYPIfOWI hemp and tobacco Newly fence N with wire and locust potts A good orchard uprovemrntt a 8000 twortory room frame rolling wardrobe In each room pantries cellar tit newly covered and painted tenant house barn end other outbuildings all In rood condition In good neighborhood near church School depot Mtofflee an store within 400 yards of house Ibll place will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary II all the year for tbo treatment lurglcal and chronic diseases and for con illation Board and nprslng shall be cash tn advance weekly and monthly Profes tonal bllli Sue when service era rendered and must be paid promptly I NEWS NOTES A few flakes of snow fall In Bat county Peru has voted 823000 for a display at the St Loup Exposition Fire started by a spark caused a firo loss of 100000 at Laporte Tex Georjre Graham an deed mite wal burned to death at Indianapolis The mortality from cholera In tbe Philippines Is 75 per cent There hay been 75000 cases In the Leland Old Tabby a famous Ute Indian chief died at tho ago of lot years In 10 years tho city of Chicago bu lost over 85000003 In uncollected taxes Ten thousand deaths kayo been canted by measles on the Kamchalka pen insular The heaviest fall of snow In years 10 early In the season Is reported iron Northern Michigan Robbers killed the engineer and rifled the mall car on a Northern Pacific train In Montana A burglar who robbed a store at Turners Station secured 5000 ootds and t50 In money Several big ice houses and eight carloads of coal at Looo Lako III were destroyed by fire entailing a lots of 50000 fl S Boal soninlaw of Gel W F Cody Buffalo Bill committed cut clde In a hotel at Sheridan Wyo with chloroformDr E Hughes a noted alien 1st of Philadelphia died of tubercular peritonitis believed to have been contracted from an alleclst Jacob Holmes a bridegroom of Pla na Texas was shot and killed by Itllej- Hantrlght his brotherinlaw who objected to the marriage Tho Kentucky State Association of Brewers baa decided to abolish tho use of the eighth kegs The next meet log will be held In Louisville Ora Copeohaver An Indiana wife murderer has urged the judge of the court In which he was condemned to hasten the day of execution Robbers dynamited the ufo of a bank at Prairie City la securing 14000 and escaped after exchanging a fusillade of shots with oQlcers In a population of 245 only one death has occurred since the beginning of the present century at Frldaythorpo In the Yorkshire Est Riding England John A Walton for six years a sol diet In the regular army committed suicide yesterday at Bowling Green by swallowing 20 grains of strychnine Owing to Its expensive war a alnatI the Independent concerns the window glass combine made but 1747701 last year on a capitalization of 117000000 Mitchell Day was celebrated by all the union miners of the anthracite re gion At Shamokln a regiment of the National Uuard partlclpated In the cel ebratlonAfter binding and gagging tho Tows Marshal of Gardner III live masked mon entered a bank blew open the vault and escaped with between 12000 and 84000 Ninety per cant ot the collieries around Scranton aro nowlln operation Work In all mines will bo suspended temporarily In order thatii the miners may celebrate Mitchell Day John A Morgan a prominent politician of Norfolk Va killed himself for barmdnya sake It had come to his ears that his death would smooth out matters In his counLyICol E J Sanford president of the Cnoxvllle and Ohio railroad for 10 years died In Knoxville Howas prom nently connected with many of the States Important financial Interests John W Poston a prominent Ten lessee farmer of near Harriman quarreled with his wife made out his will leaving all his prophrty to his children sad committed suicide br blowing oft the top of bis bead with a shotgun The Cincinnati Hamilton and Day wn railroad Is preparing to make a dash for the coal Iron and lumber ountry of Eastern Kentucky and In bis connection has practically secured barter bridge tights between Ironion 0 and Ashland Ky The Colombian Government In In espouse to the State Departments reposition for a canal treaty asks for at least 10000000 instead of 7000 00 assuggested Colombia also wants an annual rental of 600000 with a iundroiyear renewal lease Twenty persons Including five prom- Inent physicians have been Indicted nd arrested In Indianapolis on tho barge of complicity In the grave robberies It Is said that about 160 graves have been robbed In Indianapolis and In the Oas Belt section Ova times as many Negotiations for the merger of tho Mttsburg Coal Company and the Mo ongahela River Consolidated Coal S loko Company were announced from Uttsburg The proposed company will bo a very strong one I a capltallza tlon of 110000000 and assets of 1120 88581 A decision has been handed down In tbe United States Circuit Court of bald ieals In Chicago In which It was that the Western Union Telegraph Company has a right of property In the news which It gainers and that such fight does not cease the news If mbltshcd on the tickers rented to Its patrons James McKechnie sold to Richard Alexander of Boyle two Yearling orao mules for 1115 4wtTMt + It The b HOOP Day Which the working man has fought for and succeeded fa obtaining is something the wife has no share Her dRY begins before his and ends long after it as a rule and many a night her rest is broken by the babys fretfulncss The healthiest woman must wear out under such a strain What can be expected then of those women who are weaken ed by woman ly diseases WomenI wornoutand rundown will find new life and new strength in the use of Dr Prescription It establishes weakeningdndas and ulceration and cures female weakness Itmakes weak women strong and sick women Sick people are invited to consult Dr by letter bscldSsacredly R Buffalo N Y aI cowered with female weakness about eight rears tried several doctors but derived no bane lit until I began wing Vr rtercea Favorite Pro scrt tlonwrites atra John Green of DonUe KyI nl medtdne wu recom by other patients I hart taken six bottles and 1 feel another person The dealer who offers a substitute for Favorite Prescription is only seeking to make the little more on the tale of less meritorious medicines Ills profit Is your loss Refuse all sub stitutesDr Pleasant Pellets should be used with Favorite Prescription when ever laxative is required Appreciation- I think remarked Miss Cayenne taawly that Mrs Chlllinsby la one of the comparatively few people who are worth cultivating tier manner Is not effusively cor UalNo She refrained from raying that the vas overwhelmed with joy at see- Ing me and she did not express any anxiety that we should meet again Such candor and sincerity ore only too rare In this life Washington Star Alluded to the Sue They sat on the rustic seat lie held her reminds me of playing poker he cigSledIOWr In whatwayabeInquiredII- olddng a big band Ho wu only joking but the neigh bon will tell you that she takes those delightful moonlight rambles with anotiher fellow Chicago Daily Note He Didnt Shame the Woman A man went wrong one day And didnt blame the woman He didnt whine an4 Pay He was tempted bjr the woman I Men praised him then but oh The women high and low How they abused him thouchl Because he didnt BO And blame It on the woman Chicago TimesHerald A LITTLE KXCOUHAGHMUMT The Rejected OneCan you give me BO hope At some future time per bapSheWell come to me again in tea years and if I should be silll unmarried IllIll think of ItJuls TREES TREES By Tho Million Fruit and ornamental Trees Orapo Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and every tblnr for Orchard Lawn and Oarden We employ ro agents but soil direct Catalogue on JhonesH k SON- Lexington Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial Directors J D Paxton J n S Shank WIO Walker OeoJ W Carter Biliousness oIIiiii Makes Chronic Invalids r When the tlrer is torpid and fall to do its work the bile enters the blood as a virulent poison Then t come constipation biliousness sick headache Seven and malaria The only treatment that gives the liver just the right touch and start Natures work In the right manner t CAVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS The pta touches the liter and the pellet tone use jy system SB dose for days oat 23 tent sad us lee your ease Is eiceodJnfiljr bad you v will be well before you ankh them t Sample trio For NIat all dealer r LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 50000 r Owsley II Successor to The Farmer Dank Trust and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originals established u the PeposJt Hank of Stanford In 1139 then reorganised as Ute National Hank of Stanford tn 1663 And again rwrganiecd ILl the First National Ilatk ot Stanford In 1SI1 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 45 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Inr bnslnesa promptly and well than ever before la Ira long honorable career 9 Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries gad Cor porations Solicited TraylorS Rice DKALIR IN Whlsku Brandy Wines BBC Gluars tGIifVCloseNothing but the Ui to ProDlrhnJrauntJen orJers melt cronpt attention For Salt or Amt Property known u The Iluisell Springs eonslttlnr of acres liS In woodland and N under culUratlon a 18 room hotel one cottage of 3 and another of I rooms furnished throughout and to good repair Near the hotel Is a springof cha Ileate water which bal and Is known to have Son medicinal lroperUea The summer patronage Is transient all the year A nee opening for an enterprising hotel man For Information terms address o r call on Vaughan Graham Russell Springs Kentucky TIMBER UND FOR SflLE In order to heputnenbtpbnalnen of John Donta Jr and J 0 Donta having died lat December we will tell 2700 acres of timberland In 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