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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1902 9 A M NO 69 1 NEWS NOTES InIt Mootaoa Two men wore killed by a premature oxploiloo In Alabama Fire at Palnesvllle 0 destroyed worth 100000 rFlradestroyed the Morgan Opera Douse Sharon Pa Lou 185000 An Indiana Incendiary burned a barn J containing flvo borate and 12 cow Frank E Elwoll of Brooklyn was killed In a motorcycle accident on Long Island The safe of tho post olllco at Reed burg Wla was blown open with dyna mite and robbed of 11000 I St Nicholas German Catholic school Evanston III has been closed on ac count of smallpox among In pupils Over a thousands waitresses In Ch cago restaurants threaten to strike If demands for higher wages are refused John Willis of Mt Olive Miss a eeet shot and killed by a deputy sheriff V rJail whlls trying to liberate a friend from sawmill at the American Car iTbo dry Companys Jeffersonvllle plant was destroyed by fire with 120 oHo N J Cooley and his soninlaw Will WhltQeld wero shot and killed Manuel Tburman a saloonkeeper Dayton Tcnn Robber at Slccce 0 mado a rich haul taking cash etampabooda loan r ante Kllcles and pretty much every thing else In sights The suit of the It N I k 13 bond holders against the Monon road was dismissed In tho United States Court Indianapolis Over 1150000 wallo volved I Ernest C Mansfield of Springfielswho was a pupil at tho School Is believed to have been draw cd In the St Charles Klver while out on a row Two thousand Idlo employes of ti American Tinplate Companys plants ap to orderedt ng r a a the death of a vehicle driver oy a col lone At Owensboro Special Judge Rene sitting la the trial of several debenture company cues ruled that the assignee f bad tbo right to prosecute suits ogalnit the stockholders and that they should be compelled to pay the amount otth subscriptions to tho capital stock A consular report states that Ch r mans have the following sums Invested la foreign countries United Mexico and South America 2000 000 sod Australia Africa and the East 1000000000 These Investments are the outgrowth of the last 30 yea r The jury In the cue of Edmond beBuncht charge of perjury ID connection wl tho boodle combine returned a vend of guilty and fixed the defendants pun Ishment at five years In the penitent10 ry Borsch was committed to jail as I he Is itlll to be tried on two charges briberyA stand containing fully 1000 people collapsed at the Wisconsin Michigan football game In Chicago but fortunately no one was killed a only 32 were Injured The building i Inspectors bad pronounced the stand safe before tbo brace bad been put In place and the crowd rushed In pushing the workmen away Within the past two weeks seven soldiers bavo been found dead In the beds attar a night of drinking at IIIloons near the soldiers1 homo at b non tad Believing that drugs ha been placed In the liquor a petition now being circulated among the 2500 members of the home to retrain Ir drlniclbg for 00 days Over 1200 me ben have signed the petition THE OLD RELIABLE ROYAL t bAKIrG POWDER AbolatorIh1frS- t 1 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE HUSTONVILLE Crlt RIITo and family havo moved to the Ella Kldd farm George Tucker and family contemplate going to Okla home to Itvo Walter Greening nod family will move to Danvlllo the Ort of the year and negate ID the brick business Wo regret to lose such an energetic citizen Mr George RIlTe Sr Is thinking of moving his family to town His son George will shortly movo to Lebanon where bo will continue to trade In live stock It Is likely Bob Tucker and family wljl go to tbo College and tako charge of the boarding department as Mr Bentley and wife have returned to Louisville T L Carpenter sold to Lutes it Cot Itea a car load of Polled segue yearling cattle weighing 1060 pounds at 6o J W Alton purchased some stock hogs 6o also six load of butcher cattle at 3 to 3c A good crowd attended 0 K Me Olure sale Saturday Joe Jordan from Atlanta Ga hoe been hero for several days buying horses for the Southern market Ho succeeded In getting a car load from this place and Liberty hlr4ts k after a two months visit to their daughter at Wlcbka Kansas It would bo a bard matter to keep Uncle Sam from Kentucky when an election Is near at band Mm Nancy Givens who tine been quite Is cofivsloiclni T L Cart penter Is spending a few days at Lato nta Mr and Mrs G B Cooper wero with relatives hero Miss Nettle Is recuperating at tho homo of ir and Mrs H C Bauehman Mra Mollie Wray has returned from a pro trcted visit to her daughter her Mrs Smith Baughman and children WoHuffman has received his appointment and to his delight will be stationed at Camp Notion Mr Nannie Uarper Is etwith her daughters at Mlddlebur g hoping a change may prove beneficial 0 C Allow has returned from Clod natl Je Frye also Is just back from the Queen City Doc Dryo Is recover log from the mumps which Is quite an epidemic hero George Wealborford Dgvisited a mighty pretty girl In Liberty Sunday lest Mrs J J Allen and children returned Sunday from a months stav In Washington City DHEAD Dro Hartfiold fpit Vornon Is pairchurch this week Hon U G Gilbert democratic nom Inoa for Coogreu made apaech to IsOFcan nominee for Congress In this dl aWad was companlcd by Judge Lewis and L Edtand Bothurum also spoke and made nice quiet gentlemanly speeches and werefx had honored them with their proace with palllcness and kindness and is nothing to offend any goalleman aITuesdayluvilla Is vlslllng Mr Josh Dunn family this week Mra E W Ammerman Peroldoy at a irurdeq She has been visiting Dr Den lona family this week Mist Eliza weekIk qulteIwent to Haysvllle to Oil his appointment Fri Knoxvillem Is this week and one of our young merchants has had on a smile over since she err Iv ed We do not know what It means Miss Livingston Is with her father In tho meeting at this placo and assisting very much In the music department Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomack and Liver TableU at Craig Hockers drug store They aro easier to tike and more pleasant In effect than pi Then their use la not followed by cons pation as is often the case with pUll Regular size 25o per box A woman at Grand Rapids Mich was awarded 2600 damages against the Modern Woodmen because her husband was Injured while being Ini tiated Into the order When you wake up with a bad taste your mouth go at once to Craig h Hock eamploChamberlains lb lots One or two doses will make you well They alto cure biliousness sick headache and constipation LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wm Cornett sold to A K Walker a saddle mare for 81GO Fryc Allen bought yesterday a lot of 303 pound bO11 at OJo K P Wood sold to B F Saunde S Co 201 7pound cattle at bc FOR SALE One floe Shorthorn bullj cell Wm M Howec Turnersvlllo Ky Hubble Eubank bought of Henson Bros of Knoxville three jicksfor 81 i 200Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs ready for service John Owsley Reid Stan ford R T Basle delivered to Well yes torday 67 l440pouod cattle at Oa T J Hill delivered to soma 20 1331uound ere et 610 JE Wrlgbl bought of Cap B F Powell a three resr otd jack for 1200 Mr Wright wilt take a carload of jacks West Friday Kelly Kirby sold this week to the 6 and S Co 30 export cattle weight 1 401 Ibs at 6 00 Calmes Bros sold the S and S Co tbe peat week 74 ex port cattle weight about 1400 Ibs 64 at cents and 20 at CJ ccnls Win coaster Democrat R D Tandy and R K Young bought 85 head of cattle In Cumberland and Adair counties the pats week pay log from 2 to 3 tense They sold ID to W F Bowlln of Cumberland at 2t to 3 cents R K Young eold Durham L Hardesty nine senora at 3 to 4 cents Somerset Journal The following real ctlMo deals have been made In the Wool End Farm be longing to Mrs Addle Jennings to S U and J II Baugbman 145 eaves at 145 J S Underwood farm of CO acres to Mr Jarvis at 872 James Cartons farm of 100 eaves to Bud Martin at 146 Mrs Wrlghls farm of 65 acres to J S Murphy at IBO The grand circuit races have close d 8with Scott fludaona brown horse Rhythmic the biggest winner of ibe year He started almost exclusively In stake engagements Ho was raced at 10 meetings not being started tt Dither Cleveland or Recsvllle and won a total of 121850 Tbo only time be was behind the money was at Probut dence where ho was Ihrce weeks later ho won first and third monies by distancing one of Ibo two starters In the taco with him Rbytbmlos winnings wero over 14000 larger rhea those of Elects 2001wbo stood at the bead of tbo table last year Tbe following Is given as the govern meets prescription for hog cholera yeasry asraueostages an hoe doubtless saved many hogs from dying littleato some on at etall events for use In emergency and It may prove helpful Wood charcoal 1 toepounds sodium bypoaulphalo 2 pounds aatlBeIngre dlents can bo secured from any tboroughlyIa p each 200 i of once a iir0a ehtdike MATRIMONIAL Mrs E O Llnney of Mercer has boon divorced from Liar husband for several years waa remarried to In Louisville Yenta II Wilson and Miss lies Kays will bo married at the Bap church In Salvlsa Mercer countyiWcd nesday afternoon f Because she refused to marry h Frederick Roberta a foundry owner of Pueblo Col falally shot Mrs Charles A Cooper and committed suicide Mr and Mrs R P McCord of Rich mond have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Betbonla to Mr Clinton Woodbury Howard Whalcom Wash The wedding tetra place In early winter Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancellor hi Issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter Mist Luclo Fra Chancellor to Mr Meredith Eli Pruitt The ceremony will be said at iho Methodist church hero atll oclock Wednesday morning Nov 12 13illw appro sb Imp marriage of Miss Kato bfcGood win to Judgo Thomas M Owsley It will bo a church wedding and will be one of tho handsomest Bowling Green evor known It will take place early January at the First Presbyter church Miss McGoodwIn Isoneof GreenIn She circles and has traveled axtenely 11ofman Hon J S Owsley Sr Schools have closed at Salvlsa on account of scarlet ever n LANCASTERt Sore throat is somuiblng of an epi- demIc A bop was given at tbo Mason louse jrsSunday on account of repairstRev Ira Parton and family left vet terday for Oklahoma to reside UpperGarrardurday evening The 0 W B M Auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs R E McRoberW Rev O M Chumbley Is teaching a large Bible nine every Thursday eve nlng at the Presbyterian church An enjoyable picnic for the teachers and pupils of that section was glees Saturday at Walker school house Rev JE Woolford began a pro iraqled meeting at the Gilead Baptist church Madison county lastSunday The Garrard football team defeated tbo second Central University 11 Sat- o urday at Danville with a score of 6 to 0 A temperance lecture was given at the Presbyterian church Sunday after noon by David Tatum a Quaker evan genet Miss Amanda Andersons pupil the 6lb and 7lb grades commemorated the O ctober decrees by a recitation of Whittlers Cora Song and other selec lions Friday afternoon Elder J W Strong will preach Wed ne day evening at the court house He- Is a Christian minister from Denver Colorado and a speaker of more than local reputation as an orator byElderrepairing Sunday morning services verylIketvWill and Sam Denny have bought tbo Givens Terrell farm of 09 acres ai 100 Rdv J L McClung late pastor of the Presbyterian church at Paint Lick loft Thursday for his new homo at Memphis Tno turkey season has opened here and droves aro being delivered to W B Norlhcolts poultry establishment Tbe crop Is fairly good and net Gar rard housewives a handsome IUm1t the price of fowls with that of other kinds of meat la high W C Wherrltl celebrated his 77th birthday on Saturday by a sumptuous dining such as his wife knows how to prepare and serve to their friends Though Mr Wberrltl Is nearing the 4 score milestone his natural strength and genolal flow of spirits know little or no abatement The Ladles Aid Society of tbo Christian church will give an excellent enterialnmsnl at the court house Nov 17lh An experienced man from Chi c age will present a number of mono logos plops Music by home talent will be rendered and a voting contest will bo an entertaining feature Re served state 60 cents general adralc lion 35o and children ISo The sari Information of the death tof ooqRev J C Randolph reached here San day morning and was received with great regret by the members of the Presbyterian church as be was for a number of years the esteemed polar of the Lancaster congregation Soy oral of hU old friends and members at MondayMrbronchial pneumonia Mrs W G Anderson and Mr and Mrs Chas An returnedwho onhimNashville Mosdames E L Poor and offlatC Bennett and J T Terrill of Rich fairImThe Best Remedy for Croup Atchison Kas Dally Guide This Is the season when the woman who knows the best remedies for croup Is in demand in every neighborhood One of toHICrouptvecase of croup as a revolver is to bo lost beinM hive syrup and tolu but some modern CoughRemedymuch It causes the patinas to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in a shorter time Give this remedy as soon as tho croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It never fails and is CtalginviesFor the fourth time the town of St Pierre Newfoundland was visited bra publicColwere end the dam NoyThe foot ball record for October is seven deaths one case of Insanity and 20 seriously hurt jri f 4 I 1 f f I f ifc i f f f I I The Question Is Not how much goods we willl sell this Fall but how many men we will bo able to supply from our stock Ixjforp it is gone When people begin to realize the good things we have here the stock wont lost long So come early Clothing lInt Shoes Good values style and comfort IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied Ta D MILLER DaiWille KU tftt To burn 2a ton soft coal without the escape of toot smoke or gill was unheard nf before the invention of Coles OriginalHot Stove This wonderful stove burns tho 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 80 hard coal It requires attention only three times in 24 hours hire u never out SOLD BY Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY a11ti dcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspirationr It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by WaB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY G SIAmmunition Hunting Vests C We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for ilb CASE Craig Hocker STJrNFORDI CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae v tons Wagons Buck i boards Harnessl Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes 4 THEINTIDUORJOURNAL Eo Co WALTON H H HENNINGER Of Wayne County It s candidate for Stale Treat nrtr iubeet to oa action ofthe Democratic put r ROBERT HARDING ofDanTllle li a candidate tor Circuit Judge tub lest to the action ot tbe Democratic party CHARLES A HARD1N of MMW ta a candidate lor CommoowfaUba At ubjrcltoFor Congress G G GILBERT Of Shelbv Remember Him ToDay + + + TTTt + H + HtTTTf ft WE fall to see either sense or reason In the executive commlttne of this die trlct postponing action on rescinding its former action calling for a conven tion to nominate candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney They bad just as well have disposed of the question then as put off until the 10th to do eo It could have had noI possible effect upon tbe election of to day and a question which has been agitated for months and about which mon have quarreled and ought could have been settled for good and all With over 2000 democrats petitioning for a primary you can bet your boots the committee Is going to call one and de lay of the question Is as silly as it is useless Hon R C Warren voted forI an immediate settlement of the question but the other gentlemen proforred to dally longer about the matter As this issue Is being printed the battle of ballots is being ought In Kentucky and many other States We have no doubt about Hon Geo G Gil berte election and are equally as confident of thesuccess of every other democratic nominee for Congress ex cepting of course Hon J Parker Bar rlson of the bloody eleventh We fur ther predict the election of enough of the democratic nominees for Appellate Judge to Insure a reversal ol the pres ent political complexion of that highest judicial body in the State Our read ers may think us a little optimistic in our glow of the political situation but J we hose to show them next issue that we were not guessing about the matter but that we knew whereof we affirmed We have insisted all along that every t democratic vote however and take no chances on democratic nominees being defeated IT has been three weeks since Hob sons latest engagement has been announced and two weeks since King Al fonso announced that he intended mar rying the girl of his choice Mollneu however Is still doing business at the standfTHE Somerset Republican seems to be a rehash of tbe Dally News also published In its town and It prints more personals than any paper wo know of Its Fridays edition contain ed six columns WHEN the clock strikes 12 ask yourself If you have voted for Gilbert If I you have not done so go at once and vpto Dont waltuntil a few minutes before the polls close- CHURCH MATTERS Large crowds attended Kev E M Hues first services at the Baptist I church Sunday and were well repaid by the excellent sermons he preached Tho Tennessee Synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church adopted a condemning foot ball The original resolution Inculded bull lights but they were omitted as not being on a par with foot ball Rev F W Allen writes from Colum his Mo that ho will make a visit to Stanford friends about Sunday when be hopes to meet many of 1bls friends and old church members may preach at the Christian church that day Dr JW McGarvey president of the Bible College of Kentucky Lex ington has with his wife wltddrawn J from the Broadway Christian church which ho fpunded because the congre gatloiu contrary te hls views voted for installing an organ POLITICAL Pulaskl county republicans bave nominated R D Hubble for Repres tatlve Nebraska will probably elect three democrats and three republicans to Congress Gov Beckbam made two speeches In the Ninth district Saturday addressing largo crowds at Carlisle and Cynthia George W Dunn chairman of U Now York republican State committee predicts the election of Odell by 37000 today Napier Adams was renominated h circuit clerk of Pulaskl He is a very efficient one and a clever gentleman as well Hon B J Bethurum of Mt Vr nod has announced for the republican nomination for Commonwealths attorney in the 28th judicial district The republicans claim Yew York by 37600 and the democrats claim tb election of Coler who says he will win by 60000 and Odell claims a majority of 40000 Chairman Babcock of tho republl Ban congressional committee has sued a statement offering to wage 510000 that the republicans will hays a majority In the next House At Cleveland Mayor Tom L Jobt son struck Will Mylechralne a young republican politician on the cheek because he Impugned tbe mayors verao Ity In a curbstone argument The republicans In the Second dls trlct have sent out hundrens of letters urging all republicans to go to the polls The hope Is to catch the demo crate napping and defeat Mr Stanley for Congress Senator Gorman expressed the belief that the next House will be democratic by a majority ot from 20 to 30 Chairman Grlggs of the democratic Con gresstonal campaign committee places his estimate at not less than 16 In a mad moment the Somerset Republican gives vent to the following If some Pulaski republicans dont have the venom and gall pumped out of themselves the people may conclude to give them a shaking up This means youRepublicans and democrats alike claim the victory In Indiana as they ao In Pennsylvania A republican Legislature In Ohio seems a certainty The defeat of Senator Prltcbard republican is assured In North Carolina General apathy has existed In many StatesA Va dispatch says Tbe democrats will probably be successful In every district In tbe Congressional election today The only district Int which a real fight has been made by tbe republicans Is in the Ninth where Congressman Rbea Is opposed by W J Stemp The present Indications aro that this will be carried by the democrats Bloodshed is feared at the polls In Denver today owing to an order of a Republican Judge which gives election officers plenary power The order grew out of a charge that democratic county officials had placed 20000 fraud ulent names on the registration lists whereas both sides admit gross frauds The citizens have appointed a vigilance committee and the Supreme Court may pass on the orde THIS AND THAT A deaf mute was killed In a foot ball game at Knoxvllla Robert Arlington of Leeds left 14 00000 to foreign missions An alleged blind tiger at Corydon Ind was blown up with dynamite A rich find of gold has been made In be Black Hornet district of Idaho Peter Grant of Grlber Wls shot tad killed his wife and committed suiI Ilde Heavy snows have fallen In New Mexico and hundreds of sheep have erlshed The CorbettRlce prize fight ached pled for Hartford Conn has been called off- George Bowers Jr of Waukesba murdered his father and badly wounded his mother Miss Laura Williams was accidentally shot and killed at Winchester by William Jones J P Morgan Is said to have acquired an interest in English coal lands and tbe Britishers are excited Hundreds of shopmen of tho Wabasb allroad are on strike out of sympathy wltb striking boiler makers Gugle Bourquin an aged white man and a Negro farm hand were found sbot to death near Savannah Ga D C Montgomery superintendent of Jhools In Central Negros Philippines was murdered with bolos by Ladrones The anthracite strike arbitration ommisslon Is visiting mines and min- Ing villages In the Wllkesbarre dls trlctTbe people of Madisonvllle will today vote on the question of municipal ownersblp of the electrlo light plant hero Four men wore killed yesterday lornlog by an express train striking a uggy at a railroad crossing In Algoo quln III- The Christian Church Extension S lety secured from the churches past year I108501 47k a gain of 8185038 lover tbe previous year dreeaef r heforced MT VERNON Mu John Phersoa died last week The young folks enjoyed Hallowe gathering at Dr Ewers residence From rumors we hear former Stt o Inspector Lester will likely enter tbo judges race Dan McCluro and Clay Gentry aro at work on the L t N Improvements t Lebanon Junctions itIJohn O Graves who was badly eh and cut some week ego was out Sate day almost at lively as eyor rl A number of families have left heir within the put two months to take ei plojmant in Ohio and Indiana Some of the pranks played by tl boys and others hallowecnworo lauib abb while some were rather annoyln t basibeonbeen away The delegates to the meeting of th I Home Telephone Company were royally treated and handsomely entertains I by the Loulsvlllo Board ofTrade Mrs Houk will make her homo with her daughter Mrs Albright and Shot If Tato will movo Into the rcsldenc she has occupied for some 30 years The bloodhounds called In connec tlon with the Brodhead depot hold ur came to Mt Vernon and trailed over the bill to Scuffle and thence u Brush Creek where the trail was Whllo your correspondent IonI Gilbert will win ho Is under the presslon it Is going to be closer expected The republicans are work log the gum shoe racket and if the democrats do not be a surprise In store for tbemIA republican of high repute and wboI has had much experience in State National affairs told your ent a few days since that if the trusts continued their encroachments on the liberties of the American people revolution would finally ensue and the French revolution would not hold a candle to the result He predicted that if there be no let up in combinations mergers etc ho would not be surpris ed see in a morning paper J Pier pont Morgan strung up on a telephone pole the revolution Is on where It will end is beyond human power to tell While tho writer does not claim to quote his exact words tho meaning is given The gentleman didnt think of his views being published and if hlr name was given it would create a len sation IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Pig Taylor who was bitten by a madI dolt is dead in Madison Jerry Stringer a miner was killed by falling slate at Plttsburg Ky Centre College defeated State College 15 to 0 at foot ball at Danville Sat urdayJ Price of the State College 11 was badly injured in a game with Cen tre College at Danville Saturday Caleb Louallln one of the oldest best known farmer In Mercer is dead He was 57 years old and a bachelor The South Penn 011 Co Is now pumping their new well in Wayne county for about 100 to 125 barrels Mr Adams of Mt Vernon has leas ed the Golden Hotel at Barbourvllle He has refurnished the buildin throughout Louis Castner died suddenly at Flits burg He was a brother of W H Cast ner republican nominee for Congress in the Ninth district Col John P Cblons enter In the Derby which was held In Massachusetts last week by the National Fox Hunters Association won Chief of Police K 0 Smith found 25 paIr of pants stowed away In a corn shock near Harrodsburg People this part of the world dont shock pants but wear them Judge M C SauQey came up Satnr day last and delivered the greatest speech that has been hoard here since the early 70s The judges subject was Democracy II Twas a clear sensible learned review of the subject from the relgo of the Stewart and Cromwell and on down to the Mechlenburg declaration to Jefferson Tllden and to the iresent It was an offhand effort too without any calcium light pyrotech nice yellow flags or other foolishness illly dead Issues he didnt mention but tho trusts tho centralization ten encles of our government management were fully dwelt upon and their dangerous results were plainly elucl dated As a discourse upon democracy puro and simple I doubt If Samuel J Tlldon or Grover Cleveland either could have served us more palatable pabulum than tho on this occa Lion speech was enjoyed by iresent and many of us hope that this will not be his last one hero He never mentioned his own candidacy once Dr Alcorn in Danville Advocate The Chinese military otllclal who ro used protection to British missionaries who wero has been ordered to be beheaded It Is estimated that worth 30000 was destroyed in a headend wreck on tho Illinois Central railroad at Boaz Ky Carnation and Chrys aanthemum Designs John ChristmanStanford Ky IThe Grand Leader e 1 t I This week we will offer you some rare bar wjj- slwij gaIns In cold weather needs r 1 I s 10 pieces heavy outing flannel at 5c yardC v Pink Blue Brown- S nnd White Outing Sc iHcnvy wool filled jeans at 15c yard Extra heavy unblecched cotton at 5c yard Ladies heavy grey mixed hose at lOc pair 17J heavy blankets at G5c pair i Largest size 7 pound comfort OSc each w Boys fleeced underwear best made 23crLadies heavy Melton walking skirts at 108- MensJ 1 shirts at 50c this week Mens heavyshoes at OSc 125 1 HAYS LEVY S B LEVY 0 V i SI S S S I sA m r S r A e I VV PARK E1 HAIR BALSAM fa t11w 1toIt Nnor tallW amen Onf Ulr t 1- 0Ic n FOR e I deilre to rent my property situated on Somerset street X town consist tag of dwelling of wren room betide kitchen and seryants room and II dne eel lar smokehouse chicken house coal home and a good stable and 10 acres of land hydrants one In the yard and one forttocki well cistern combined near the door tar Said ropcrlT In rood BROWN O Office In Masonic Bldg 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts alao In United States and Courts Collections made and promptly I We whose names appear below itrlctl forbid huntlns fl blnB or any kind cute J NeTln Carter I W Carter Jame McCormack J FOorcr Mr Dlbb Jamv N Cub Mr J H White James Meurr Alej Trayler Tom Stone Mlu Uattle Joseph Halloo J W Banrhman T W U Dndderar M V Lawrence J T ninraman W P GrimM To the Coal t bought out 1IIlnl k Sims he coal dealer we are nOw furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country tho test brands of coal at the lowest market price for cub Farmers we will take your bay and corn In exchange for coat at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee your money Orders at phone U or Boone liveryaalle No 06 X16 KY for Sale I will offer at my property United on the north tide of Main on east side of College Street in Huitonvlllo Ky consisting and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well arranged for hotel or house cud livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 3x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and vacant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water abundance Property Is well arranged for prlvae rsldencu Is now rented for that It you- want good paying property In on or D B Carpenter Huston rllle Ky 0 1 GO and 2 Childrens heavy shoes at 50 057Jo and 81 liens heavy at 2lc gar ment ideas heavy boots nt 125 150 2 l and 250 1 Boys heavy boots at 125 150 anti 175 Ladies heavy ribbed vests at 15c f1eachliens lined wool jeans pants at 89c pair rBoys overcoats 2 250 and 3 flMens overcoats p250 360 5 750 and 10 i Mens allwool pants at 5150 2 and 3 i11I Come to the Grand Leader for your wants 1tJ We save you money and sell you the best goods xv 1 THE GRAND LEADER m Props Manager t ttttaS ARi C rnipaiUiDruri1 RENT repatrJAB BROW- NAttorneysatUaw SOMERSET IRoom remi- ttedPOSTED proseg Consumer IUaylDr coalhouse Boone DttTntSTf- NFORD Hustonville Property sale nustonyiIle- call underwear MuellerSooner 1 W H or later the value you in V N bo ntchcsI and see 1 line wo show yon IIcould not bo StnR tfWePeople everywhere will eventually insist on witho out insisting The public at largo is not onc halfps particular ns we are in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In tho buying 8 or of drugs wo Rover guess We make sure that everything is right in every particular Como to us Pennys Drug Store rdI I compounding Stanford Ky I 7tiwaYd Cianglng Iyj lot Me Some 1 C 3STew Sideboards Tables Chairs Bed Couches Box Couches Folding Beds and Iron Beds Largo assort ment of Rockers Withers Furniture Co G L Carpenter Proprietor i Dr R Goldstein f 1 OP LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will be at tho f ST ASAPS SOTaJLJTHURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 14 There are numerous conditions where RQBC aro required and 8 relief to headaches dizziness darting pains in eye ball or temple emartlDg or burning sensations in or about the eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect your childrens Difficult cases solicited Office hours 9 A u to 4 r H St Asaph Hotel- Slanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 4 1002 In QlllnfT your proscriptions wo the right nodlolaaeIntheozaetproIClone and not do better If yon paid ui double tbo price which Is always reasonable Peo nys Drug Store rPERSONALSch J K CllitlSTlAN the turkey man Is hero Miss RUODA LUNSFOIID Is visiting In Lexington CEo L CAltiBNTKR has been elck for several days Mss LULA CuniSTMAN Is ekleela at John P Jones Mits J W JAMBS of Crab Orchard t WAS the guosl of Miss Elite Burch MRS S P STAOO of Fayette Is t guest of friends and relatives hero MR R C SAVFLCY of Richmond Sunday with his mother hero fyMn J E POUTMAN Is spending Sew day with his wife In Louisville MR3 ANNA M PIERCE of flood k rae Je was the guest of Mrs J L VANARSDALB of Louisville days with his parents ijDOWf D DRITTON of Mad hot sister Mrs W Sharks DR W B PENNY and Mr J CI Lynn of Danyille sport Sunday with relativesMRS O BRADLEY of spool Sunday with her sister Mrs C WarrenoMn EUQENCORNDORFK and sister Miss Battle were hero from Livings ton several days MRSJ B PAXTOX and little Jose phlno are Improving but Mr Paxtoo continues quite III DR JOE BECK of Wllmorc e PO several days with his parents Mr Mrs William Beck MESDAMES MARY J JUSTES and J t T Anderson of Lexington are w Mrs John P Jones ERNEST WARREN of Mlddleiboro spent Sunday with his parents hero and Incidentally called on his best girl Mil AND MRS A A McKINNEY wore hero yesterday The former Is now stationed at Traylors distillery MR JOHN B MERSIION Is occupying tho residence vacated by J S May on Columbia Avenue Somerset Jour n MRS FRANCES M Ens liON cod dau ter Miss Molllo MeriboD camo down frotn Livingston Sunday to visit rela tlvcs Lexlf K ron came over a few hours Friday Bis legion of friends were glad to see him MR SAMUEL OWENS of L1nc county was In town on business Mils Susan Fisher Woods was In town y terday shopping News MR J M REYNOLDS of the firm of J k yon of Dee Lick called tyesterdayprinting ho had bad done MRS JAS I HAMILTON was bore Saturday on her return to Lancaster She had been In Memphis whore her husband Is disposing of a carload of GEORGE O BARNES will arrive today to spend several weeks In lloI Advocate MR AND MRS SAMUEL REID of the West End hue returned from a delightful visit to their daughter Mrs J L Conway at Wichita Ken They both stood tho trip epland and enjoyed every moment of It LOCALS GILHERT PRESTO Try It John Bright Jrby Co F tMi heavy shoes 81 CO kind II Grand Leader BOYS fleeced underwear 23o gar mont Grand LeaderItNEW lot of tallormado skirts received J P Jones NICE lino of new bed room suits rugs cad mattings J L Bcazlcy Co It CARNATION andchrysanthemum de signs John Chrlstman Phone 29 ring 3 HON R C WARREN made a telling speech to a fair crowd at Beo Lick Saturday afternoon Mr Warren very popular with the democracy of Ben Lick WILL T STONEJnwho bought of Mr W P Walton a residence on Illghcatlon Street for 11800 last week sold to Mr L B Nunnelley his homo on Logan Avenue for 11200 TUE quail season only days off longfThey should do eo to say least of It PLEASE call for certlQcato of your county claim on any other than court day It Is Impossible for mo to walt on you then and attend to other business of the clerks oillce Gee D Cooper county clericIt VOTE for Gilbert II HENS madras LOO Grand Leader It BAND for OIdpd3 cents Grand Loader It tYppe alwaysbandIt on FOR SALEGoodsuqfor sale eap D J Ro9 Stanford TnEADEASYrtho great health shoe for ladles are sold by John P Jones It I AM agent for female medicine Su cure Mrs T It Taylor lagevlllo IVLAP her blankets In dif styles and qualities J C ary e Cl IIolmehoe to- W A Trlbblo PLACE your order with us now lor- a American Woven Wire Fence and save money Farris Coegoazt try an us plcturo at Mlm Bacrays To each customer purchasing Sets worth of embroidery silk we give a stamped linen dolly J P JooelIt IIFOn RENT Six room dwelling on JardenI HAVE moved my barber shop and brieRd ll n me thorn Ed Wilkinson TILE ladles of the Christian church will have a sale of everything good to cat on the day before Thanksgiving at Saverancos old store room Also some refreshments tllev BrARNESbegun a me Ing at the courthouse In Frankfort Sunday night and will preach each oirisa us states To TUG ASYLUM Sheriff II Leo Tate of Rockcastle pasted through the Lexington asylum Sunday with Robert Frcderaoy who hat been In condition mentally for the parr moot RAIlD TRANSIT Tbo body of Mrs II O Eaton ww shipped from Jam eetown Now York Saturday and It ar ghrived hero for burial at 1 oclock Sun It came by the American Express Co DONT attend Joel J Walkers sale on the Lancaster plko three mllot wcit of Lancaster tomorrow Wednes dayGth A loco cattle horses mu galp00iIout TGWalton Is only two years old as an editor of a paper very nearly as old as he le M a man IIo has bona helpful to he old lady In getting over stony places and she has boon kind to Ed and fed him well Somerset Journal C M WISEMAN k SON leading I clan of Louisville hero Just gotten a now catalogue embracing everything In the jewelry line If vou want handsome article suitable for a Christ pregeeStreet Louisville Ky 3t THE wile of W S McKInzIo died at her home near Highland Saturday af tor a protracted Illness of typhoid fever PlIdlyaae 22 years old and left besides her husband a threeyearold daughter to gre miss a mothers tender care THE Halloween entertainment given tbo Earnest Workers In Severance old store room Friday sight was well attended and a neat sum was realized Minos Jennie Warren and Eulo Du told fortunes during the evening many persons wore given an Insight tbo futuro and what It holds for them wljlawla hero some years ego died at Jameeto N Y end wasbrougbt hero end bur Sunday after short services at the grave by Rev S M Rankin Cop sumption was the trouble and sbd had suffered from that disease year Three small children survive tho good Christian woman TUB home of A J Gooch on the Mleur urday afternoon Mr Gooch had made a flro In an upstairs room and It Is thought by him that birds had made nacre In the chimney which blew to the root and kindled the lire Most of contents were saved but aa Mr G no Insurance on the building the Is heavy TilE moea backed chostnutty custom of removing gatcc and piling them up In the streets on Hallo weenwa obaerv ed taro Friday night by a rumba of young bloods who have lust begun slip ofT from homo at night smoke garottes and swear If they had on countered the ghost supposed to be on such occasions nothing short mother and a milk bottle would have appealed their fright RBMEMIIER Gilbert SOME elegant bridal presents at Far rte d Cos + tl KID Gloves allcola Grand Leader BrightJrDONT eat your M until youvol voted for Gilbert LADIES 13 walking skirts 8103 at tbo Grand Leador Eo llumunu wants to buy your tur trope See him before you lel1It 19mptIWilliam Roebuck aMopera singer was killed by a suburban car at St Lull JUDGE SAUFLEY bad a One crowd at Paint Lick Friday afternoon It goes without saying ho made a good IpoobI FIRE Tbo and of J A Lee at Eubanks burned yesterday Lou 1500 no Insurance The origin of tho fire Is not known ACCInE 811D WilliamS Dunn or Shelby City was accidentally shot while shooting at a target Saturday The weapon ho was using dis charged and the ball wont through ono of bis ankles HORRIIJLE Ben Flshback10yeari old son of Elliot Flsbback of Living linn while playing around a sawmill wet caught In the machinery file leg arm and back were broken and ho Is In a precarious condition Bo Is a grandson of lion B BKing of this o3uotqFOaruALLOn Friday afternoon there will be a match game of foot ball between the Bill Academy and BIjzh School at tho Graded School campus Thec4as io hoe won a game The game will bo called at 3 p M CAPT A W GLOSTER a relative dbite M C Seuticy of this place died morntoa corps o t cUll engineers In construction of tho railha r only a few months ago sOcn SuotYA number of on EnoxtJbcrcldvoclock in making their decisions Any farmer In Kentucky can contest ISERAL geological surveyors sent by the United Stator Government are camping just below MlUcdgevllle he surveyors have been In this locall ty for several weeks for the purpose discovering the geological formation the earth with respect to mineral and oil deposits They are alto marking at various points the height of tho land above tbe see level MHVM rTms Is what tbo fury Magazine outhas to say Mrs Wlggs of the Cab bage Patch at the present writing la lie fourth edition Is a book which b been called by an eminent critic a mccleerlepge to pessimists In general The chief character in Mrs Wlggs Is distinctly a creation tho Incarnation of the sublime and the ridiculous an- ooking dSale l at her you mingle smiles wit tears U will be rendered at Walton e Opera Bouse next Friday night Nov 7 by Barry Allan Dennis atlqODR brother of the Lexington Dem ocrat who paid us a short visit last week Is just a bit absent minded at times and he was a victim of that trou bio white here Thinking bo was go lag In our houso bo walked loco Rev J W Baglns house next doorand be HajtlnI1atour house Some live minute elapsed when Bro Bagln came In and joined the converaatlon Another moment passed when he viewed the surround lade and la a surprised manner ro lollmarked look bore 1 am not at Eda am IY An apology followed a hearty laugh and our brother came on to our bumble abode and taking a look at hotcould have made suob a mistake CIRCUIT CODRT The November term of the Lincoln circuit court bo gun at 0 oclock yesterday morning Satwhen Judge M C Soufley dullvered an excellent and forcible charge to the following grand jurors J T Bobon foreman C VanoyW D D BaysLee frllutchleon faLad8M D Wolfe c The following petit jury was then Impaneled F M Dunn J C Mo Whorter John Underwood J T Dud derar W T Beldam J B Drown W II Singleton JR Hales Tlnsley Spoonamore R L Bubble James I Wilmot E D Kennedy J A Blair TIJ U Gllkerson A M Lure J C Elope B F Powell Sam Dudderar J T hourIfor so tie Wednesday on account of the elec tion today PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday Nov IStb at 10 personalproperty todling steers 4 good milk cowij 2 calvcit 11 larmintooland kItchen furniture eland ef bees Terms made known on dav of sale wmollrJ PRICEIpair Shop EAst Main Street STANFORD Ikea a general butlnees In both lines and patronageAll other work In proport- ionESTRAY I There left my place 3 ewes I owe lamb rnformatlonlendingA O nUNN Stanford Ky FOR RENT WinSeveranceJ D OWSLEY Farm for SaleContains 130 acres of line ranging Fork outbulldlngl knownasCooperRJcbardDlbb agentlairA Fins Boyle County Farm For Sale o IbeLulnrtonnne side of a county rod and J on rise opposite sWe plenlllnelrhMrhoafto a water mill country store and Rural delivery re Is I dUtlnct veins of woutfaavrJwetrlnabunLnaballetponlsanddstemat consist of i twostory brick house with ts Inch want anJIonclosets all necessary outbuildings b m foo io horses IUchlnryIsranaryAlarce beautiful lawn Interspersed with forrest trees healthyIwusawheat and Mss acres for com and ao acres for paymeatItitle with a 000 In ofIteyour daughters and sons all of which Is calculated to ofUanvalby the most conservative minds Win te tollireasonable terms and worth the money The pur poneulonwilleubsoll susceptible of uklnc on the state fuUUtyprofuclncwbarrdsoftomandtbushelat orEPUBLIC SALE I Of Stook Crops Eto ofnaTfag sold my farm I will offer for sale on WEDNESDAY NOV 5th 1MJ The following described property at public unction on the premises three miles West goodfeedlnlt bugithonetlmotbyhaypost and fencing umber farming Imple binaeteetwohonei wagons harness bay frame and any other things too numerous to men Ten new hemp brakes Also some household and kitchen furniture TznxsA11 mm of CIO and under cash over that amount a good note payable In t centInegotiable and payabe at bank begins at 10 oclock sharp Lunch on grounds J J WALBEK T D English Auctioneer Iwaht lanai treated with Eureka llai Des OUtII reo stet lh dm- pepslbher wit and pIU able Elilcata Ido not heat No rough fan to char and cat Thtcomet not 1looklDc nv of Eurek- altarnuOIL Sold rerrwlier In auall sites Made Sbndud Companyt KA ff fNtSjJL Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This Is a farm of US acres located S miles om Stanford It U within one mile of a towce church school itore mill cheese- ctory and near a German settlement The well preservedrod Improved and contaIns a amount taw timber The Improvement consist of a good frame dwelling house 5 large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra goo framo with cattle shed attached end especially Arranged for curI- ng tobacco a log table and wagon abed combined alto a hennery a imoko house and corn crib There it a Unit young orchard bearing a small vlnevard and other small fruit The fencing U of ratio and In good ThA farm is watered with neverfalling springs and two cit taros The owner la a nonresident and of fen this farm at a bargain on very eaiy terms For further particulars on or address L It Hughe Secy Central Kentucky Real Flute Exchange Stanford LIn- coln County Kentucky Ladies Shoes Ladles to have comfortable shoes you should have them properly fit tell It is not every shoe that does not wrinkle across the hall of foot that fits We have the appliances and the knowledge of lasts mill sizes that enables us to fit your foot with shoes that will be comfortable from yourfoot youhavesize that measurements telliscorrect I Cummins S McClary JIKEEP WARM 1 OvercoatsOver Over Shirts OverShoesUnder Wear Warm Gloves Latest Things in the Market I Terms Cash H J McRoberts Ir s OUR NOVEMBER SPECIAL 1 IOc All 12jc flannelettes go this month at lOc Now and desirable goods just o added to this lin- e712cg A good line of Red Bluo percalel4c Wo otTer 1000 yards of i medium and light calicoes yardeA onepound 10 oz cot atc200jthe best AJj 50c p You can get a variety for pretty dress goods in f Black and Colors HC RUPLEY- The Tailor Warranted a Call 25C Ladies and Childrens fleeced union suits at 25c 3712Will buy a mans 50o gheavyshIrts 25c For a creamcolor marlno for men A Goo value at 25c onlyt24c For boys heavy fleeced Jined hirts and drawers 24 to For 34slzosm odd outer sole counter ladles shoekid or kan garoo350 For a late style walking tjJ sklrt5 gore slot seam al7 SEVERANCESONS NEWSTORE far ri E1 1i I JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement Merchant STANFORD KY Goods Fit GuaranteedGive drawers Drawers NICE FARM FOR SALE justoutsideprettiest bomos around Stanford and U twostorydwelling llgbtafurnished tentIngdoer Land In a good state of CultiVAtion with most of It In grass Good roomy meat Caliand e = H 1 THE JNTERIOR JOURNAL gntered n the post ofee at Stanford at epndelasa mailer rvbUa1IedrUsav an4rn4av-T 1 PER YEAR CASH a7 When sot sopaldaaOO will bceharsed KNOXVILLE DIVISION o Train mo028II ors South1223 am No r 1262 p m For all Polnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 leaves Stanford atM 1551a m 1NoS arrives at StnlolllM 115 a m leaves Stanford tMM 210 p m I IA8eP CE Ky I f Office ovrr UoKoberta Bnlldlcg Drug sonOwl1e7 11 R A JONES DENTISTStanford Sys Higgins A McKlnneys Store 11OIDCllover Telephone Ku 91 1 H IC NEWLAND SURVEYOR f Walnut flat Kentucku Offers hb iervlces to the people ot Lincoln 1andadjolnlngi counties NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BtnUtE sm Pror JUNCTION CITY KY F1ntCIMsTaraoatReasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Grain and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished c1etln beds aplandid table Every king firstclaaa Portera meettll trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY WVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses end Mutes constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offeri hUwrvices u Aaotoin r toMthe people of Lincoln County He will please both In work price Write to him J+ + JYJCa 1 Y UNDERTAKERk k AndDcaloarl- nSAENESSa SAODLBEY 0 1 Stanford Ky r J La Beazley Co J Undortakors and- Embalmers lOngltdu3la Furniture MattlnKSRngs 1 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call FriCM right l STANFORD KENTUCKY 0 E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Control Kentucky Real EsfidfieEX hang TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1Rouse and lot In SUnforJOTe roomshal porch In the rear goat garden neighborhood flow la churches sad school hood lor until lam fly Price SSiO No 28mU farm 17 acrti S tulle tram bUn ford ilonstol tour good rooms back porch and I veranda food barn and other Luudinga In good Inpalr Cut In six fields well fenced 10 acre In culuysttoeonacnin Tuft trees reel In vasa Iloujht at eommlsslo rs ule at bargain and noo be told at bargain Cloa to tchool and church Price 133 acre Land adjoining aold for 810 and fU Tblalsabsrzsln No S1Io1l8 and tot In Stanford HOUM con taint fire roomi Uood table mod 5 acre of lane well fenced One of prettied building lots In town room In from far two other cottage or a story made abroutlfulhomeYt1lbeohl chaputhio- wner mutt have money No 4T1ro story frame dwelling 7 room hall and veranda garden fencing and hcu e la good repair For ula or rent Price reasonable No 5 HOUM and lot In Stanford Thin room and front porch Hood garden and table oood repair sold cheap No 7 HOUM and lot In Stanford IS stories I room Opal prdeamokeand coal bouh onl1 1300 Jto SFrm of Macros mllea from Stan ford on county tad 23 arm In cnltlratlon wren la pasture 21 orchards and rat to tlmbr Two barn and oulbulldings we- UboughttyourepriceUownerilltiu Inalndhnapo- 1A and must lure money No 91 farm of S3 acrea four mllea from Stan ford on best pike In the county Sixty acres la wbxat 40 In corn 8 timothy 6 In doter and sal In One bluegUt Is cut In six fields well fenced- well well and erriol two paadstIYodwelltngsgood barns and out bulldinga Frontl quarteruof tulle both on pita Plenty fruit lren and oough timber to make 6000 pan Aplendld Mnegnua farm and only M minute drlre from the county seat Owner ol fine farm ullolnleg this hoe recently refused JW r acre We DOer this at fill M per acre No 1139 acre land with nece ary Improre input emile from Stanford Dwelling has four rooms reranda ball and porch Large barn stunk bouse etc Well watered fenced and buildings In repair Price rea onabe OnhIstoreroom also back ofstore One mile from Stanford Ilulldlngt to goool repair and dwelllog orlglnlll 11tand store onr 200 Will tell broth for fMO or will rent or tell separately No 1J230 acre farm J mile of Crab Orchard Ky Drlck dwelling rooms two tenant hours two buns well and pdng near dwelling Farm In highstaU of cultlrstlon 150 acres rlter bottom land good fencing fruit etc lrlce 3760 an acre No 11100 acm ot land on Lancaster street in Crab Orchard opposite Springs In no 1m nrorements except large stock abundance of stock water Prettiest building cite in town face S3ooo No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancaster street Stanford 7 rooms good detain etc n6o0 will ssll for 11000 No 17A farm of 165 acres near Hnstonrllle Dwelling of eight room hall veranda etc One tenant house stock barn Urge tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cistern and good well In the yard and water In ererr field on the place Farm cut In neo fields and firstclan land No SIFrm of atm situated near Kings rllle Kyj 60 acm In cultlratlon 391n timberrest watered two good barns and other outbuildiogs repair nweUlngoompanlh ly new Is within 500 ode of three churches school postofflce and C 8 depot Property lies on pike and county rod and Is the mOIl dealrsble term In that section W will sell the whole farm lor n 400 or la paceelaof not ten than 30 acres to ultpurchaser Tbisiscertainly cheap propny No 5SFarm of 73 acre near neeburg DwelllngllOOd barn etc Well watered fencing la Productive limestone land In good Del1bbolhood dON to school and on good road rIce No 54 A farm of acres U Lincoln county Three good dwellings good baron and onto buildings each house bun etc about the center of 100 arm All on county road H mile from church school and Lars well and well watered Thus li a good tobacco farm and would suit two or three fsmllles that might want to tome from the tame neighborhood Price reasonable No 6JA farm of acm In Gassy county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with six rooms good barn and other outbuildings Sixty man In cultivation 43 acres la timber troll trees etc Lipwell on county raid close to churches etc Price only t 00 No Farm ot US acres In Casey county Two story frame dwelling two good other outbuildings In Splendid tobscco laud and In good community A bargain at 1300 No S7tlilofU acres In A new two story room frame dwelling and old dwelling in faircoodlaoa Uarna end other out buildings On county road splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc This Is a dIsirable home Price flMiO No SFirty arm near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house S rooms and porch Barn and outbuildings 1 acres In reel la tinIWell SOrJarda from postoQcejcbooI ndehurehlsyaweUonplkeand In good com munit We bite buyer for 230 or airs fern eUuled from one to three miles from town Also buyer for about 100 aria situated from one to four miles from town with or without IntproTemenu Also a buyer for an 13000 to tlO 000 farm close to town No IS Four home and Iou In Rowland Ky Price 1100 each No 90g acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Twoitory house room hallTeranda acres splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford lrop erty In water and llihta In house cis tern at door Ileautlful home Price 13000 No 22 tlonseot Sea rooms porch one acre of round ant good stable One mile rom town Price t200 No 23 Faint of 143 acres 5 mites from Stanford Frame dwelling of 7 room 2 t bUD one a log stable and wagon shed combined the other in extra good frame with cattle sheds attached Barn for curlnr tobacco Also hennery smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard Fencing In good repair Well watered 2 citterns itc This farm h occupied by a former own er IT yean and is well preserved and Improved Inmfeofposto0ce church school tented rot 1902 for half rent and Is cnltlrated In rom wheat tobacco and doter Title perfect Coot pr sent owner M 500 u county records willow Will sell for B50U No 24 Dwelling of rooms with 20 saw land nMoreland barn and necessary outbuild ings 2 wells In rd splendid orchard and 2 acres strawberries Immediate potIon Price f300 No 28 Frame hotel large rooms double reran las hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom feet from hotel stairs lulublefordwelling 2 nice cottages nicely furnbbedI ispered snit rooms and en same lot used u liter stable Good 200rntdeepand Is some one to money roprl lorha refused to rent property for 850 per month On account of health of hi wife only mason for selling proprietor deslrea to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No 27A farm of 1104 acea In Oarrard county mllesfrom Lancaster All in grass timothy lover and bluegrass except no wire land Findl watered b springs wells ponds andItranches through the The land Is rich and tobacco Newly fenc OftbrdImproYemIwelllog wardrobes In each room etc newly covered mad panted tenant house 111m and ether outbuildings all In condition 10 good neighborhood near church school depot oaioHlce ani store within 400 yards of house this place will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment of lurgicaillond chronic diseases and for con ultatlon Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profcs lonal bills due when service are rendered ind must be paid promptly t Report of Committee Meeting The democratic committee for the 13th judicial district bf Kentucky at a meeting of said committee hold In tbe city of Danville August Oth 1002 adopted the following method ot now nation candidates for Circuit Judg and Commonwealths Attorney In laid district to be voted for at tho Noveu ber election 1193 1st The democratic voters of tho die tract are requested to meet at thel several voting precincts In the district on the 6th day of December at 2 osloc P M They will be called to order by their precinct county commlttcema and will proceed to elect a chalnui and secretary and then proceed to the election of delegates to a county con voodoo each precinct being entitle to elect one delegate for each 100 vote or fraction of 100 over 50 cast for tbe democratic candidates In said proctor at the last Presidential election and if any precinct did not cast 100 votes In said election said precinct shall never theleea be entitled to at least one delegate to said county convention Alter natee shall alto be elected to take tbe place of each delegate who may be un able to act or decline to act Th chairman of said precinct mooting shall certify the results to and trans wit tbem to the chairman of the roe peottve county committee 2nd The delegates to each county convention shall meet at the courthouse of their respective counties 01 Doe 8th 1002 and shall be called t order by their respective county cow mlttee chairman and alter electing t chairman and secretary shall proceed to elect delegate to a dletrlet conven tlon to be held at the courthouse It Danvllie Ky In which Boyle round shall be entitled to eight votes Oar rard county to seven votes Lincoln county to nine votes and Mercer coun ty to nine votes that being their rela tlve strength as shown by their votes for the democratic candldatp at the last Presidential election Said delegates when they assemble shall be called together by the chairman of the democratic committee for this judicial district to whom the re turns from the county convention cer titled by the respective chairman and secretary of the county convention shall be delivered Said convention shall assemble at the courthouse Danville Ky on the 10th day of Dec 1002 and proceed to elect a chairman and secretary and make nomination for Judge and Commonwealths Attor fey and perform all acts and funotlooi proper to a democratic convention 3rd At the precinct meetings all democrats who will support the nominees are entitled to vote- R C WARRENI Cbmn LEE CURRY Seoy Oct 3lst 1002 WAYNESBURG Uncle Clark Reynold Is very low and Is not expected to live many day Our school is pro reessing under the management of Prof Young of High land We will have an eight months session E B Caldwell back from Louisville where he bought a now line of rood While In the city be attended Masonic Grand Lodge Dr A K Caldwell of hlsplace and Miss Minnie Sweeney of Yosemite were married In Louisville May hap plnets and prosperity ever attend themMr Mont Howard of this place Is a firm believer In the old maxim If at first you dont succeed try try again So young ladies dont be surprised If be should make you a proposition Mr TlldeB Slneleton who Is teaching school at South Fork was here Sunday to see his best girl Marlon Reynolds has returned from Arkansas While theta be tool the chills but Is Improving under the treatment of Dr Caldwell KINGSVILLE Our school challenged the Pleasant Point school to a spoiling match Tburi lay evening Mrs MoKenzle ot Pleasant Point lied Thursday of pneumonia and was burled Friday- J M McCarty Is now occupying the motel and will doubtless mako a eucccti of the undertaking Some rOil estate Is changing hands tad new bouses are being put up Wo lave not vet learned the prices etc of the former but particulars will be obtained later After a few days pleasant visit with Irs Wallace Walter at Stanford your orretpondent returned home Saturday to find the town as usual very much live and somewhat excited over the omlng election Miss Louaona Livingston who has been In Ludlow for several months has eturned home Miss Brooks Is visit lair her mother at Eubanks W O Watts has returned from a visit to his SOD J B Watts of narrlman Tcbn What to do Until the Doctor Arrives Ono of my children was taken with ramp colic and suffered severely eays S B Elzee of Monett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dote of Ohixm erlalnc Colic Cholera and DIariboea Remedy and a few minutes later a sec ond dose Before the doctor came the child was relieved For sale by Craig it Hocker Stanford 111ooio ifd IoH IgnoranceIBlows out the gas and furnishes the newspapers with a jest nUll an notice Didnt know It was loaded may be neverbroughtThose who let a cough run on dangerfindsequences when the cough develops into lung trouble snakeisto cure a ii when it starts Ontinarily a few doses Medicalcough at the beginning llut even when is deep seated the lung bleed and the body is wasted by emaciation MedicaDiCOvery cases out of everyhundred effect B perfect pernmnent cure husband bad mil couablnl foryran sodpeople rankly told me that bewould Into con writes Mrs John shiftman of No tentralarmed but looked for the bursting of a blood ftIld or a bernonhge at moat aDY After three days coughing he was too weak to cross the room The doctor did him no I stated the case to a druircist whohamlcU me a DilCOTeryJolythree day he began using Dr litresGolden Medical Ditcorery he was up and around and In two more days be went to work Two bottles cured him The Common Sense Medical Adviser IooS pt in paper covers is tent free- on receipt of ai onecent stamps to pay of wailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y FOREIGN BANK METHODS tits UoJaTClopril System In Cse In Continental Baropr A bank eked Is looked upon with suspicion In Italy Practically no small tradesman would take n check and none of thoui fcccpa a bnnU account It was still morn surprising to mo to tint that nuch n stntPiinnt would bo utmost literally true of Park Itself I was studying the luocbnuhun of the hank of Franco under the guldanit of one of tho offlwrs Vfo went Into one great room In the old building lu which titer were 200 dcska Inclosed In wire cages all empty at the moment I asked what these were for colIwas a I merchant borrows from the Bank of France ho does not as with you In America borrow u bank credit and have his loan merely uddcd to his bal ante on the books of the bank With us the merchant when ho makes a loan gets the actual money and tales It away Ho probably has no bank account with us He writes no checks When the loan Is duo lie does not as would bo the case In your bunks cope In and pay his Indebtedness with a check Instead of that wo send a col lector to him and that collector Is re ToIof France ovory morning to collect matured loans Several days each mouth It Is necessary to send out 400 men and on tho let and the 15th of each month GOO collectors go out These collectors were uniformed men carrying leather pouches In which they have tho matured notes and which are later Oiled with curren cy as the collections are made from the banks borrowers- I stood at the paying tellers desk as I went farther along In my tour of the Bank of France As I halted there the man who happened to be at the window at the moment presented a check for 50000 franca Tho money was counted out and handed over to him stored away In a big wallet and bt passed on I asked If It were not un usual for a man to draw out so much currency and was told that It was not It was but another Illustration of bow undeveloped Is tbo banking system of continental Europe In Ita uses by the general public Bcrlbncra Magazine 8 a Edgar second vicepresident of the L do N Is dead TREES TRIES By Tho Million Fruit and ornamental Trees Orate Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ ro agents but sell direct Catalogue on application Roth phones H LLEN MFVEII A BO- iLJtogtoo Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial J O Puton J ih Owiley 8 II Shanks WJO Walker Oeoj W Carter lIIoU5ncssotIIIIIii Mdkcs Chronic Invalids f When the liter ls torpid and fails to do Its work 7 the bile enters the blood w a virulent poison Theo comes constipation blllouaneaa sick headache urea antS malaria 1 The only treatment that gives the liver just the right touch and starts Natures work u the right 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