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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 1902 9 VA M NO 70 NEWS NOTES Dr John DUkoy was found dead on tho public highway In Cbrlitlan coun tyThe itrllto of union grain handlers at Portland Oregon has been declared off Hi announced that King Edward will visit Ireland In the spring in semi etateq4The vault of the Bank of Rlchardt Mo was dynamited nod robbed ot all It contained Fred Barton of Evanston III died from lojarlei received during a gimo of football Chariot Swifts tobacco barn near Winchester was burned with a lots of 13000 by Incondlarler William Ayers of Plnevllle wu ap r pointed by Gov Dcclcham ipeclal Judge of tho Clay circuit court r Undo Q Ill n Dentley an aged and wealthy citizen of Letchor county toulerI the eourlerJour at ropresontatlvo at the National capital li doad In Waihlng ton Striking millwright at Minneapolis contested that their strike was a mil take and at their request were taken backRobert J Traver President of the r First State Dank of Leotl Kai accl dentally shot and killed himself while at supper Thomas Young and Sylvester flack farmers of Aibevlllt Tenn fought a duelwith knives and Dhck was nabbed to death Twelve persons wero killed and many Injured In the flroworki explosion In Madison Square Garden The coroner charged that the accident was due to criminal neglect Allan C Mason a prominent club man of Boston If under arrest charged with killing a girl Do It believed to have committed other murders and murderous assaults Practically all of the town of Cal houn Falls 80 embracing 700 acres wai put up at auction and told for 114 000 The town was built bv an Im provement company Attorney Wilbur F Browder of Ituiiollvllle filed a petition In bank ruptcy at Oweniboro Mr Browder loit heavily by the recent failure of the Logan County Dank Prof J A Tlmmom U dead at Lebanon aged 07 For 24 year be occupied the chair of mathematics at St Maryt College aod taught a school o hit own at Bowling Green for 15 years At St Louts Edward Butler charg ed with bribery was granted a change of venue to Fulton Mo The calc- agAlnlt member of the alleged combine were continued until Nov 10 The Colombian Government want 110000000 Instead of 17000000 In the treaty with tbo United States In conferring the necessary rights on the lat ter for the construction of the canal across tbo isthmus The city council of Richmond Va 4refused to mako an appropriation to ef the proposed Carnegie LI- brary and the offer of Carnegie of 1100000 for a free library le virtually refuted by the city lisle Johnson who was the nominee of the Prohibition party for the vlco presidency ID 1800 was killed at Dog ta 111 by Harry Harris from whom he was trying to collect au account Harris was arrested sod committed suicide la Jail County Judge Llghtfoot ofMcCrack en county In a decision rendered a Paducah held that the State board o health had no power to make Ilsxe enforcing vaccination and that the Legislature i In endowing tho board with such power exceeded ILl authority Mr Robert J Burdette first vlco preildentof the Federation of Wo mans Clubs made the statement ba fore a woman club In Chicago that a club doe not make a woman the be companion for her husband and tb ben comrade for hereon there loom t thing the matter with the club or the wopan THE OLD RELIABLE nOY4 ate f I bKI G- POWDER AbolutrPUrT- HEREIS NO SUMTTUTE REV 0 M HUEY Rev 0 M Uuer preached his fare well sermon Sunday night at the Bap tin church and out of respect to him the other churches sdjeuraed to attend bill services Unfortunately about church time a heavy downpour of rain prevented meat people from attending Bro Buoy has been pastor of the Baptist church here for six and a halt yearsor tour and a halt year giving the church all hit time tbo remaining year threefourth of his time By their irate vo shell know them and judged by 141s standard a proper Idea can be formed ot the splendid work Bro Buoy has done In our city and the wonderful hold he bee on the love and affection of his congregation and our peopleSince being with tbo congregation hero be his baptized about 170 Into the church and takes la 143 by totter Too church has raised and expended In missions and repairing the building about 112000 It roust bs kept In mind that tbss II the result of his labors with our people alone ills popularity le In no way limited by congregational line for bo was al way on the lookout to help other ro gardleii of creed or church affiliations Ho install with a smile a hearty hand shako and a word of cheer Ho sorer grow tired but was qlway buiy work lag for the Interests of the church or community The remnal of a cltlzin llko this from our midst It n loss to every man woman and child In our city Fortunately Bro Buoy possesses a wire who li specially equipped for a preachers helpmeet Her popularity was In no way overshadowed bv hi and for the life of us we cannot lay which will bo the rmro missed To the people with whom they iniko their now home wo commend them May their congregation be kind truo and loyal to them for they are worthy of the deepest love and truest loyally Carrollton Democrat KINGSVILLE Dan Hesters now restaurant II near Ing competition County Clerk Cooper and CharmlD daughter bliss Clara were hero tae weekW L McCarty wife and ton are In Louisville where the former li pur chasing goods The office floor of the Hotel Penny wefdone W L McCarty has sold to a Mr Smith of Indiana hit farm for 11800 hlefarming implements and smell stock Sebastian Chevnhtto who had moved to J M McCarty dwelling has mov ed to the house vacated by Dan Rey nold who has moved to tbo McCarty rooms Mr Pennybacker and Miss Eliza beth McFarland went to Somerset t hitsAirs Ponnybaoker will 11ke1 willrher ion Claudo Mil Teresa Dunn has returned fro a visit to Cordova John Howe our popular night operator and Mack Wil llama of Burgln went to Somerset Tuesdays Felix Twldwell of Danville ate a guest at Hotel Pennybacker fa- a few days Wallace Welter of Stan ford WM hero Sunday Miss Ann Goocb of Wayncsburg was a guest o friends hero recently antd enematd The speeches made hero Saturday bv blears Burch and Owiloy were heard by a good crowd Neither speech wai very long but both wore logical sod al together excellent Our father Mr D M Crelghton wa called onto make a talk which he did In an offhand way deliversed CHURCH MATTERS The meeting at Brodhcad conducted by Bid J O Livingston and Harts field closed with 15 addition Tho Missionary Conference of the Danvlllo district begun at tbo Metho dist church last night with a numb of delegates present Flvo thousand people stood on the banks of Drakes Creek near Franklin and witnessed the Rev M Ham bap tize 103 converts Ho has 1600 people tbls year Rev O M Buoy the pew pastor of the Baptist church will begin a protracted meeting Monday night Ho li a very able divine and It will be well worth your time to bear him Get a tree sample of Chamberlain Stomack and Liver Tablets at Craig b Hockori drug store They aro easier toor take aud more pleasant in effect than pill Then their use Is not followed by covet I pation as fe often the cue with pills Regular size 25o per box Isaac Forbes aged 80 dropped des a t Livingston LAND STOCK CROPS ETC E F Bailey sold two road horses for 1240 J C Hay sold to a Garrard party 12 scrub cattlo at 3tc T A Rico sold to E P Woods 20 101pound hose at toIBon Gaines soil mire mule colt for 83250 Luic Co sold n carload of 1050 pound cattle at Paris at 4c J B Foiter bought of R T Bruce a bunch of 000pound yearlings at 4c E H Beazley d Co sold to Ferris i Denny of Dnvll e chestnut gale lag for 1300 Jim I Hamilton of Laneanter took a car load of horses to Decsoo Mir yesterday There were about 2000 cattle at Richmond Monday and they laid at 21 toiio The market was dull A num ber of mule sold at 87G to 1150 At a combination sale of Shorthorns held at Galesburg Ill by A J Ryden D L fe J W Dowdy 62 females avo eraged 1801 43 and seven bulls averaged 110142 In Germantown precinct Clark coun ty a stock law was voted on and wai the subject of a bitter fight The prop osition to excludo stock from tbo public roads was carried by a few votes Gambotta Wilkes the property of G end C P Cecil of Boyle county stands at the bead of the winning sires for 10P2 and still there are many of his jet that have not been heard from O R Martin told to Jako Roblnion and Richard Cobb 200 barrel of corn delivered at II Ho alto sold to Jake McGraw OS acres of land on the Stan ford pike belonging to W T Wardtf Lexington for 10000 News Tom Lanier bought 150 barrel of corn from Dave Prowltt at 12 deliver ed Geo Crane sir Son Bnldo sold to John Webb 60 200pound hog 1 at 585 David Castlcman has sold his three yearold mare Ada for 81000 Ad vo cote A Garrard county tamper has grown care of corntbl season that measure 11 Inches In circumference seven and a half In length and contain 30 rows of grain lye a Lancaster correspond entergcorntAt Harrodsburg Monday about 300 caul chanted hands at 21 to 4ic M J Ferris bought 87 at from2t to 310 Jake Buguely bought 30 Washington ounty cattle at 1140 M K Alexan der ot Burkeivllle told 100 to Darnel S Carpenter at 13 85 Mack Cecil sold 44 to Barnes k Carpenter at 1373 From An Old Subscriber SENECA s DI null you tl for an other year for the good old INTERIOR JOURNAL which le as good as a letter to me Sometime our county It on a boom Sbo bat nearly 50 artesian well seven In 12 miles of Seneca We hay e a now elevator which holds 16000 bushel and a now teak Wheat crop Is fine beycant begin to hold the wheat that It goingmago t at 13 an sere Now you caat buy It at yeatr were to ehlpplrir10 not a ara a corn fxae completely ruined by the frost A B McKiNNEY Will you allow me to sate you a question Interrupted a men ID the audience Certainly sir told the spellbinder You have been giving ut a lot ot figures about Immigration Increase In wealth the growls of trusts and all that said tbn man Lots too what you know about figures yourself no do you find the greatest common divi son Slowly and deliberately the orator took a drink of water Then he pointed hili finger straig- he the questioner Lightning fiashc In his oyct and ho replied In a volco that made the gat jets quiver Advertise for It you ignoramus erThe audience cheered and yoHcd and stamped and tho wretched man that bad asked the question tneakcd out of the hall a total wreck adIn population and a decrease In t area of lend under cultivation These things go farther than oratory to tabllsh too tact of bad government people lovo tbelr land of their nativity with a more abiding and loyal affect than Irishmen It Is a bard aecegel that drives them forth to seek for fair opportunity and fortune In other landss The election of Judge Guffr to tho court of appeal seven year ago was the tort of accident that doesnt hap codm muoly1ou LANCASTER Election day was an unusually quiet one Corn Is selling at 8175 per barrel de livered muchheededand no political brawls The vote for the Issuance of bonds for a water works system showed a maJorl ty of 230 Fred Frlsblo has rented for tbo en byWardMr and Mrs W K Shugara con flourishinglittleA picked set of bowler will come over this evening from Danville toplay a match game with same of Lancaster champions 4IlDOing last Tuesday evening on the subject of Usury License was granted tbo following couplet to wed bile Nancy Noel and Thompson Davis Miss Mary Naylor and Will Pollard The Presbyterian parsonage le near log completion and Rev O M Chumb ley expects to movo In about the middle of the month Rev Otis Hughson of Lexington hen been called to toe pastorate of the Mt Tabor Baptist church In the upper ODd of the county The Christian Endeavor Society will give a novel kind of entertainment this evening at Odd Fellows Hall In the way ot a pie supper The republicans did riot carry tbo county by u largo a majority as Wl expected there only being a difference of 167 In their laver Mr and Mrs J H Sjmpson bavo concluded to move to Danville and Mr Sjrapjon will run a department store on Third Street The Ladles Aid Society of tbo Christian church will bold lie weekly meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs T B Robinson on Stanford street Joe Falconer Jr has gone to Mld dlesboro to accept a position with the Excelsior Coal Mining Company as foreman ot the commissary departmen- tR E Hughes of Louisville has been appointed Secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair at a salary of 12000 Ho it the ton ot M D Hughes of this city but a native ot Lincoln Mr Carey of Keokuk who is now on a visit to Lancaster married one of the Miss Garfield who taught a very successful school here In the early 60s and drew people from all the adjacent town to old Franklin Institute At the meeting of tbo O W B M Wednesday afternoon the following officers wore elected Mal R E Mo Roberts president Miss Noll John ston vies president Mrs Wm fur notto secretary and Mice Salllo Elkin treasurer A quartette ot fishermen went to DIx river tbo other day to Indulge In their favorite sport and one of the most ardent of the number climbed a tree overhanging the stream and fell out taro the water dislocating his boulder Moral When out on a flab Iris trip dont go near the water largessurrounding counties T D English was auctioneer and the enlistment shows the following figures 57 bead or 1100pound cattle told to W S Beaz ley at 4 45 and 440 mules 1300 per pair two colts at 190 and 195 old car riage horse at 130 corn In the field at II 85 cows from 130 to 150 hogs at 15 95 Tbo monologist Edwin L Barker of Chicago will glue one of his Inimi table entertainments under the auspi wcog ot too Ladles Aid Society at the courthouse on Nov 17th Tbo St Louis Y M C A states of Mr Bar ker that be gave thorn a very delight ful entertainment and excels at an 1m 0dfew competent monologists Mr Carey and daughter of Keokuk 01KIDaalnJMason Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick It qlslling Mr J O Thompson Mrs J H Sympson left Tuesday for ai revisit to Mlddleburg Harry Robinson Danvillehhas been the guest of Mrs 8 P Grant andNoMrs Jacob Joseph le expected home oftyW H Ktnnald Tone Wall has se cured a good position at Burnslde and will move his family to that place Lit tie France Geiger gave a party Mon day afternoon Mr John Bedside of Washington City visited bore this week Givens Terrill and family hayo moved to Oklahoma i i j Being o well Dressedi beIWell Dressed does not mean expen lively dressed if you buy the right goods at the right place This is the place we have the goods TRADEATI THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KB iiiTo burn 82 a too loft coal without the escape of toot smoke or gas was unheard of before the invention of Coles OriginalHot Stove i This wonderful stove burns the GAB HALF of soft coal wasted with other stove and give the acme cleanliness and even heat day and night with this fuel that can bo had from tU hard coal It requires atten tion only three times In 24 hours rite is never out SOLD BY Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY azticdcrA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It ia 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 W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY GUNS Ammunition Hunting Vests c We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for CASE Craig Hooker STANFORD CARSON PENCE DEALERS L y Carriages Buggies Phaetons Wagons Buck boards Harness Pull and complete stock of the above always on hand and arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes dO tr I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E C WALTON i H H HENNINQER t 01 Wayne County li a candidate for state TrMI nnr subject tothe action of the Democratic rorly t t 1 ROBERT HARDING of Otnttllf II a ctmltdato for Circuit Jodulub lest to the action of the Democratic puts A HARDIN tCHARLES lor Commonwealths At judicial district ubJecl party THE State of Georgia paid last year 853000 for pensions to Confederate Boldlera According to the populat and wealth of the State this la reach Ing along toward the proportional amount ot the United States pension roll In his message to the Legislature Gov Candler says This amount will Increase rather than diminish Thle act of generosity la a remarkable teat l monlal of the fidelity of the State to the memory of Its citizens who foug for a lost cause But the Georgia 101 dler does not seem to be of the rljfht stuff or he would not need so much now IN the annual report of Ellis H Rob erte Treasurer of the United States It is stated that the total revenues for the year ending June 30 were tl 002L24 037 and the disbursements 196962704 The available each balance July 1 WBII 1862187361 the largest In the count I trys history The Increase In the vol ume of money was 974032589 of whlc gold was 161066174 The per capita Is given at 12843 Treasurer Robert asks as to the advisability of consider log the changing of United State Treasury notes Into gold certificates WITH 10 out of 11 Congressmen and aU four appellate judges elected by good majorities Tuesday the democrat of Kentucky should feel pretty good thank you and that they will have i something to be thankful for when Thanksgiving day rolls round any and all of us will admit It was a great day I for Kentuckys democracy and It has set the republicans to wondering what Is going to happen next The State went democratic by fully 25000 and It was not an extra good day for election either COL W P THOKNE says that after much study and prayer it has been re vealed to him that the unpardonable sin Is for an old rebel soldier to votes the republican ticket Certainly there is nothing meaner In the catalogue of sins than such an act which ought not to be countenanced here nor forgiven In the world to come WHEN women go In to win they generally do all In their power to succeed A widow 60 years of age was arrested in Denver on the charge of repeating She was In the act of casting her third ballot when apprehended Theres no telling how many times she would have voted bad not the cruel officers bother VINCENT BOREINO will feelt I mighty lonely without his bedfellow Irwin of Louisville who bad the reputation of being a fine sleeper With PuddlnHead Deboe also gore Rey Borelng will have to wander back to the bloody eleventh for solace If he has to have it THE Danville News office was brok en into the other night and several galleys of type pled1 Brer Llllard who blames Judge Saufley and his mas ter commissioners for nearly every thing that happens doubtless places this charge at their doors HON GEO G GILBERT read his title clear to the tune ot 1850 that being the majority of the gentleman from Shelby Pretty good for an off year The people took the I Js advice and remembered Gilbert WHETHER Congressman Irwin of Louisville slept during a recent leIIsion Is a matter of little Importance Swager Sherley gave him a blow Tues day that has put him to sleep sure and certain Tnocuii they both go republican sometimes W Lawson Sumrall did not carry either tbe couutyof his birth Boyle or the county of his adoption Mercer TUB Hooilers provid Tuesday that they want to hold on to Taylor and Flnley Indiana went republican by 25000 or more POLITICAL went republican about was not far behind 1PenDsylvanlaLlnd Is the only demo from Minnesota S Clay was reelect t t GeorglaWilliam Kemper a Scott county t I farmer became insane while In the telec lon booth voting R Hearst the great newspaper was elected to Congress in New tW by a good majority B Frazier the democratic t for governor In Tennessee a majority of nearly 60JOOO r It f iL California has apparently elected a republican governor Republicans hays elected their entire State ticket and two out of hrce Congressmen In Colorado A democratic county chairman and a legislative candidate In Montana were arrested on a charge of bribery Representative Cannon ot IIl1nol18 mentioned as tho probable successor to Speaker Henderson In tho House H K Bonrne has been nomlna without opposition for representative by the democrats of Henry countv Latest returns Indicate Odolls election In New York by a plurality of 11202 Coler may contest on accoi of fraud Tom Johnson made a spectacu tight but It seems as If this was an year for automobiles In Ohio says the Lexington Democrat Chicago and Cook county have elected full republican ticket except for sheriff and commissioners Congre men Madden Is defeated Lorimer Ie electedThe poor showing mado by the reo publicans In Kentucky Tuesday la eald to have discouraged Commission Yerkea from becoming a gubernator candidateIn tho republicans are se ting up claims for the Legislature and threaten to organize a Rump Legl lature Former U S Senator Wolco will avail himself of this chance to try and defeat Senator Teller The appellate judges elected areI Judge T J Nunn Judge Warner EI Settle Judge Henry Barker and Judg Thomas H Paynter all good men and true They will take their seats In January when the last named gentleman will become chief justice We are moved to remark that John W Yerkes rendered valiant service K the democratic party In the ninth die trlct If he bad made one or two more speeches Kehoe would have woo by 10000 He also assisted In the eleo tan of Settle and GilbertLexington Democrat It the Boyle county candidate should et the nomination for circuit judge the 2191 petitioners for a primary hould get up another petition request og bum not to tell anybody that they wallowed their principles so far as aI rlmary concerned In order to v te- for him Advocate Good Control of the next House will reot main with the republicans Latest fig res give them a majority ot 26 with wo districts In doubt The two doubt ful districts are the First and Second allfomla with chances of the demot rats carrying them Democrats claim t mo of the districts now in the repub can column but they can not over Icomo the lead of their opponents Vacancies for circuit judge were lused by the election Ih the Fourth Igbth and 30th judicial districts Judge T J Nunn W E Settle and leery S Barker Those most proml ently mentioned this early for the ap ointments are Hon Polk Laffoon of adtsonvllle to succeed Judge Nunn Hon W B Bradburo of Bowling Green to succeed Judge Settle and Hon Asher G Caruth of Louisville to succeed Judge Barker Following Is tbe list of Congressmen elected Tuesday All but the last named are democrats First district Hon Ollie M James Second Hon A O Stanley Third Hon John S Rhea Fourth Hon D H S lthIFifth Hon Swager Sherley Sixth Hon D Linn Gooch Seventh Hon South Trimble Eighth Hon G G Gilbert Ninth Hon James N Kehoe Tenth Hon F A Hopkins Eleventh Hon Vincent Borelng ELECTION FLASHES Casey went republican 375 Gilbert carried Mercer 252 Adair went for Borelng 438 Borelng only carried Pulaskl 660 Little Speccera democratic majority 110105 Borelnga home county Laurel gave him 725 majority Borelngs majority in tbo 11th Is be een 5000 and 6000 Garrard county gavea republican majority of only 157 which is not bad RockcAttle did splendidly The old publican majority was cut down to 5Jessamine did not do as well as was pelted of her Her majority for Gil ber Is 125 Bully for Doyle She gave a demo nic majority of 170 They know how to do things down there It will take some time to count Wm iwena vote In this district The prohibition candidate got some 200 or 300 votes He got 72 votes in his home iinty Jessamine THIS AND THAT Aaron Boll was Injured perhaps fatally while hunting in Boyle Pattie Kinkead a colored woman if yenr old was found dead in her bed at nville Ransom McDonald lIon trial In Bar urvllle charged with the murder of- Jim Shanks of Clay All the flour milling interests of tbo PaclBo coast are to be amalgamated wltb a capital of 20000000 One woman was killed another fatally wounded and a man thot through tbe lungs In a dcuoken fight at Sara- n8C Lake N Y CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Kittle Klug U visiting Mre Wm Dillon la Livingston The oil well Is temporally abandoned on account of W P Gray being hung by the machinery The drill Is hurtI Mr Tom Ramsey who was to had a sale on tho let has postponed It Indefinitely and will remain In Kei tucky The vote polled at this place was us usually light Tho general results of the election are about what both parties expected Mr Alfred Newland and Miss Rebec- ca Stephenson were married In Lanca tor a few days since Our best wlshi go with the happy couple Mr Frank Estcs has purchased a lot near the Christian church from Dr J D Pettus for C290 Mr Ejtea will loon erect a substantial residence Rev J M Bruce fllod his appointment hero Sunday and preached an able discourse on tho Kingdom of God to an appreciative audience Mrs J A Shannon Is visiting rela lives at Mllledgevllli Jeff Holms goes to Brodhead to accept a position with F Francisco of the Frith Hotel Our brass band Is making a good rep illation They are now at Harriman Tenn rendering music for the city ec tertalnment The boys are on tho road most of the time Corn gathering Is In full blast The crop la so large that most any of out farmers could carry away the editors premium but will leave it for the hungry fellows who are not used to good thingsW Hlokle drove to Danville to Tote He was accompanied by one of Stanfords prettiest girls Mrs Phil Pettus has returned from a vlsjt to her parents Mr and Mrs Lepton near Paint Lick Mrs Dr Burdclte of Brodhead la visiting relatives at Crab OrchardThe well south ot town has ruined Mr Wm James wind mill hero in town three miles distant by severing the stream and thereby making It a dry well Mr James Is having another well drilled on a different portion of ila farm preparatory to moving hit nlll should he find water Dr and Mrs Stapp will soon go to Somerset to make their home with sonin law and daughter Rev tad Mrs R P McMaban The Crab Orchard people regret very much to Illve up such citizens A J Bailey rho has recently returned from a trip Oklahoma has decided that Ken iicky la good enough for him He haaII purchased the H Edwards farm near Gum Sulphur IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES r A renewed effort is Doing made to parole E K Wilson sent up from Lau reI for murder William Preston who was chief flfer o the 19th Kentucky Infantry is dead In Mercer aged 65 E W Smott shot and fatally wound ed Joe Blackburn King In a difficulty at Lebanon Junction Thurmond Helm will put In stock ens at Danville and will have them eady by court day says the Advocate Lancaster Harrodsburg and Law enceburg carried propositions to vote load for installing water works plants John F Hagln aged 80 and one ot Shelby countys best and wealthiest Itlzena is dead Be was an uncle ot Rev J W BJagln of this place Howard C Griswold roadmaster of its division of the L N has been anaterred to the Cincinnati division succeeding William E Smith who Is ansferred to the Birmingham Ala vision Mr Grlswolds successor will be John F Burns of the St Louis dl vision A Lexington special says Chief of Police Hughes of Somerset Is here securing signatures to a petition ask Inlt the Prison Commissioner to parole Louts Camden from Somerset convicted of and serving a term of two jars for highway robbery Camden Is the eooot a policeman at Somerset He and a negro held up and robbed man here tbedWhen you wake up tastlNn your mouth go at once to Craig Rockers drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab- lote One or two doses will make you well They alto cure biliousness elck headacbe and constipation bareoeneu tallladlwea Lbirneit dJjwith Eureka II nsay OU U rtsitu esskeepethelntherwoa be do No leharness ODIhcpo J 6lakfoQ Uke wears Iwk ubgbytbnu HaraeuOU SoleSg Standard 011 tpanYIIi The Grand Leader This week we will offer you some rare bar gains in cold weatherneeds 10 pieces heavy outing ilninnel at 5c per yard 10 pieces solid Pink Blue Brown and White Outing Sic Heavy wool filled jeans atI5c yard Extra heavy unblecchcd cotton at fie yard Ladies heavy grey mixed hose at lOc pair 171 heavy blankets at G6c pair Largest size 7 pound comfort 9So each Boys llccccd underwear best made at 23c Ladies heavy Melton walking skirts at 108 Mens 1 shirts at 50c this week Mens heavy shoes at 98c 125 Come to Grand Leader wants money goods THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY I S B LEVYManager L L Le e eeee a4 u HAIR BALSAM K CUanM aa4 bwinw tae tub PIMKI k01Hrrr Tails to BMtor Qnyl Hair to It e ToetP4 Cqlor wp xwa uwt1tnue4t RENT I desire to rent toy property situatedon Somerset street X mil town consist log ot dwelling of wren rooms betide kitchen and servant room and a one eel smokehouse chicken house coal house a good stable and 10 acres ot lands 1 hydrant one In the yard mad one for stock near the door for roodpa8 AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all the State Court alto BtaUt and Courts Collections made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED I We whose name appear below strictly forbid banting fishing or any kind of tresspatstng on our and will prosecute violators to the toll extent of the J Nevln Carter I W Gaiter James McCormack J F Dover Mr Maggie Bibb James N Cash MnJ M James Measer Alex Traylar Tom Stone MIsx Mattle news Joseph flatten J W lUuchman 8T W II Dudderar M V Lawrence J T Dlngaman W P Grime Mr Malc na Lawson T A Bice To the Coal Consumer I flaring out Sims the lo furnishwe are now the people of Stanford sad surrounding country with the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmer we will take your bay and corn In exchange for coal atathe market price We solicit your tra4e and guarantee weight for Orden at houserour money phone H or Boone livery stable No LDvuaavwit KY Hustonville for Sale I will offer at private Rale my property situated on the north of MaIn on salt aide of College itreet In Huitonvllle Ky consisting ot hotel and livery table and vacant lot This property U well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery table having on tame a nice livery barn C5x75 and all outbuilding necessary for hotel and livery and va- Cant lot for private residence If desired water In abundance Property le well arranged for private relldeace an- la now rented for that want good paying property la call on or address D Carpenter Iluston rllle Ky t1 CO and 2 Childrens heavy shoos at 50 G575c 8111- 1liens heavy underwear at 24c gar ment jtfens heavy boots at 125 150 2 and 250 Boys heavy boots at 125 150 awl 175 Ladies heavy ribbed vests at 15c each liens lined wool jeans pants at 81c pair Boys overcoats 2 250 and Mens p250 350 5 750 mid 10 Mens allwool pants at 150 2 and 3 the for your We save you and sell you the best Props FOR BROWN BROWN Boone STfUFOtlD Property Ilustonvllie ovcrcqats Sooner or later tho excellent value you i receivoinVntohcsI ent Come and see II the elegant line wo ii can show you IIPrices lower could not bo I W ft We MuellerWHY KyStanford h 4 Ky u t L Not examine our stock before making a selec tion of your Household Furniture and Supplies Large assortment and Low Prices will convince you a G CARPENTER Stanford JICy I Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Opticianr will bo at tho ST ASAPS HOW LTHURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 14 There are numerous conditions whore glasses era required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting paint in eyo bailor r burning sensations In or about tbo eye Take advantage of his skill Dont neglect your childrens Difficult cases solicited Office hours 0 tarto 4 pC fit Aeph Stanford Ky Holclt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 7 1902 In Oiling your preicrlptiooi wo nee proportIODIoat do better U yon paid ui double tbo price which la always reasonable Pen cyi Druz Store PERSONALS MRS LEWIS IlossELL continues very feeble dwtt MESSRS J T AND A W Cunu of Burgle woro hero Wednesday MRS M WTYREB and children roo Ibin to Loulsvlllo Wednesday JOHN P JONES went to Cleat natl yesterday to buy moro goods Mil THOMAS Eo WOOD hreDted J H Yeageri cottage on Eaet Main J It Bush of Richmond was registered at the SU Aeaph Hotel yesterday Miss KATIE MERSHON of Somerset Deazleythome of Mr and Mrs J B Tucker News REV MILES SAUNDERS spent saver al day with his son Hon James N ItSauodert D DILLION Is down from p Livingston with her mother Mrs Dot tie Broaddus MR E P FOSTER wife and pretty baby aro over from Lexington with Mr sad Mrs T J Poster THAT good old democrat Mr Joe U Rout came up from Lebanon Junction to stamp under the rooster DR P W CARTER has returned from Wfiitcllffo Colorado and will upon a dental otllco In the Myers House flats MR JOHN TORNIICLL Is back fro Oklahoma for a few days Ho brought UI a curiosity to the shape of a twlo oMRSvllle has returned from a visit to rola lives In Washington City and Phil delphia John Howard a youth of 18 and Miss Dora Wiley 15 wero joined heart and hand In a big church wedding at La porte Ind REV JW HAOIN went toEmlnenco Wednesday morning to attend the bur ial of Mr John F Hagln his father only brother OUR friend Robert E Hughes orse Louisville continues to climb He hoe lust been elected Secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Association Miss LOTTIB ELMA WEIIII of Lex ington hat entered the tooV coo- tsr et to be held hero Thanksgiving LeI Ington will also send a quartette MR J F Cooic and family of too East End loll Tuesday for Carito- Ill w reside Their friends at Preac ersvlllo will greatly miss these good people + MRS W P WATON and children of Lexington aro spending a low days I with her father and sisters at Walnut Flat They all look as If their now home agrees with them MR M F ELKIN came over from Lexington to vote Ho says there are two things be expect to do as long as ho lives and they are vote at S lord and take the INTERIOR J THOMAS HACKLEY this week re turned from Sacramento California J He spent left winter heeling big ge- as m on the Pacific coast of Oregon and as relics of the chase mountain lion deer and bearskins LOCALS PRESTO Try It John Bright Jr i Co j MENS shoes 8160 kind II Grand LeadereI ttBOYS fleeced underwear 23c gar maul Grand Leader UAFTeR a day or so of cloud and rain old Sol once moro shines ygivingr CALLonHlgglni ft McKtnney for hcatldg stoves coal vases etc LOST on Main treeta 15 and tl bill Leave at this oDlce and got reward I WILL sell Monday front of t court house a firstclass surrey J Chandler HARRY ALLANNIe Waltons Opera House tonight Go and spend a couplo of hours pleasantly SOFT SINGLETON tells us that the not 23 per cent the teachers will roo colvo will bo distributed on tbo 16th of jthis monthq et1 STOREROOM at Huetpovlllo for root Splendid stand for Route furnisher or furniture and undertaking James 1Frye HuBtonvlllo Ky A VERY ttaterlallcbango IB soon to be made In tho running of trains the K 0 Tbo afternoon train leave hero earlier and the night trsinof to Cincinnati may be taken oil MR AND MRS W G McBEE of Turncrsvllle ask us to thank the good people who have been so kind and have done much for them during the ill ness and death of their little laD t IDRICJe for sale W H Shanks madras shirts GOo Grand Leader HAND purses the clod 25 coot Grand Loader FRESH Baltimore oysters always on head TO Willis r VlryhalLAn robes and horse blankets In jilt keyClaryFOR fttNTaltL A Holmes elling on Main Street Apply to A Trlbblo STOP and see Ulgclns McKinney new platform scales on trucks Some thing every farmer ncedlitIF you have been lnQtrouble get ting expression try an instantaneous plcturo at Mlts Sacrays WONT the man got wroo overcoat at WllIU restaurant Tues day please call sod exehango FOR RENT Six room dwelling on Danville Street six outbuildings Jtar den four error pasture H Helm KILLED Morgan Sutton a wealthy citizen of Garrard county who went West for his health was killed by the cars at Colorado SpringsLoTits Crab Orchard brassband passed through Stanford Wednesday en route to Harriman Tenn to play for a street 5KtnneyS J TATOU has posted notices slat Ing that he will apply Monday for cooed to sell spirituous vicous an malt liquors at his saloon at Cra Orchard trltp v 80 and 10 limited 10 days on account the American Bookers Association d United Daughters of the Confcder nay meetings US No sir wo have not abandoned the Lincoln oil field It said Mr WH ClayI of the Control Oil Gas i Mining Co to us yesterday Wo expect to drill again In your county and that before long ho added blcC4rtey w to soil ar we he docs to can tomatoes and run sent us a turnip the other day which Is as largo as an aycrago pump kin Call In and see If you can beat It A LOT of youngsters bung yellow flags on various houses at Shelby the other night and a report warspl- ly circulated that that little place was chuck full of small pox Tho ral thehit OUR CORN SnOwA number of on tries aro already In for our corn show next Monday county court day and many others aro promised llama m bar that entries will clove at noon Mon day and the lodger will begin at oclock la making their decisions Aov farmer In Kentucky can contest O M Sox jaw gottento out evorthoiIDhandsome article suitable for a Christ omar present at most reasonable price wrlto for a catalogue 132 W Market Street Loulsvlllo Ky 3t A GENTLEMAN ueycstordav that ho could name 31 democrats In ti courtbouse precinct who failed to vo Tuesday They doubtless thought thoydidntcoma to town That precinct tell off nearly 100 and showed up poorest of any In the county FIRST D1MSMMr Weed T Smith who Is 60 years old told us yceterd that ho still has In his possession t Whenka 1am for r Thornton Porter now gono tho way of all good for the 10 coot which he still clings to and from whichAwould greatly dislike to part SHERIFF HOWARD of Doll passed through Stanford Tuesday on his way PoIw hn Martin for killing Martha White both sentenced to Imprisonment for life Nick Hondrlckeon 21 years for kill lair his cousin John Price color two years for housebreaking and Will Icard two years for obtaining uDder salsa pretenses LINCOLN county went republican by he small majority of 22 but had a tomb of the democrats worked as did Campaign Chairman William S Burt i theres no telling what tbo majority would bavo boon tho other way That gentleman worked almost night sod ondays greater part of tbo time ringle willhoodedsad to him Is duo the credit small margin by which tbo ro publicans won Mr Dureb worked faithfully in East End West End knob and bluegrass and the democrats will theyfallrendered Three cheers for the gal lant young democrat DROWN paper for sale at this office tl KID Clops colon Grand Leader DrlllbtJrLADIES 3 walking skirts tlOS all tbo Grand Leader MR U A DENNIS at Waltons I lo emuseED HUUUARD wants to buy your tur s See him before you sell lampJuItIDAN interesting meeting of the Bea vet Creek Oil b Gas Co was held at Hustonvlllo Tuesday afternoon Things look exceedingly bright for tbls company at present TONlOHTAt Walton Opera House Mr Harry Allan Dannie will give bis rendition of Mrs WIle of the Cab moegt MONDAY Is county court day Call In and tell us some DOWIor educe you does owo us anything but haul you happen to you might leavo the amount just for the fun of tbo thing DR E J DROWN sent by express to Dr Joseph Price of Philadelphia ImpLoodooeat pertly in appreciation of the treat surgeons courtesies to him Tile Hill Academy and Graded boys have dono Iota of practic as wall as made vast preparations for a game for the championship ibis afternoon The teems will meet on the Graded School 3 Sebto Jailer Borne Tuesday Ellsha H lone who was given a life sentence or participating In the famous Quart r House fight Oil rasa has hero t ken to the Court of Appeals and he 1r hero for safekeeping until his case Is acted upon TilE official voto will bo counted today and the figures certified to will appear In our Tuesdays Issue The republican majorlly In Lincoln Is 22 which Is not bad considering the apa thy in democratic ranks It Is 20 less than Dr John M William carried ll two years ago 11Tns County Medical Society will moat at the courthouse hercTues day next 11th and all of the members are urged to bo present Dr J G Carpenter will open tbedlscusslon with a paper on Arteriosclerosis and Dr Tharapadu e terla medico Tits stereotyped phrase the elec lion passed off quietly must have be manufactured or raided for Tuesday which was more like a Saturday Lh voila dry The oldest Inhabitant oat recall a quieter election There was not a lUll nor a fight in the coun ty neither money nor whisky was used 1nd the floater camp to town and w homo as sober as the average stun old farmer In tact It was an elect that wilt not soon bo forgotten CIRQUIT COURT All of and a portion of yesterday was talc up with the trial of W A Deazley for shooting exMarshal Joe A Shannon of Crab Orchard Col W G rdpreaeoted the defendant and Shannon was represented by Common wealth Attorney Owsloy It took the rendser a acquittalto klllolOg 0 at Crab Orchard Christmas WORK on tho G School but ing Is progressing rapidly and if tho weather Is good the bricklayers will weakhemod It every comfort after We are Informed them t It will take tulip 600000 brick for the meoeo building E R Dutebay Of bathe brick contract J llen the wellknown contractor and builder Is devoting his entire tlon to Its erection which Is a guar8n tee In Itself that tho school bulldlo will be o k In ovary particular hope to present our readers with a ture of Stanfords Graded School build tog soon PROGIiAb1edFor Sunday nights union services at churchodeOpening Hymn Scripture reading and prayer Dr William Shelton A welcome to the Pastor and his roo latloa to other Pastors Rev R B Mahony Song Pastor among his flock ROT S M Rankln Song Pastor among tbo people Rev W Hagln Song How to make the Pastor euecee Rev D J Ross Song Our WorkRev O M Huey Song Benediction II T IALIAt MIddlesboro Mrs 35 was married to Olin Golden G T Smith obtained 10Icense here yesterday to wed Mils gie Wilson In Casev John L OBrien of Washington D 0 while In San Francisco on his wed ding trip was arrested on a embezzlemeDtI some young lidy woro made ono by yesIBecause he married the divorced Baroncie Plstolkoff the Grand Duko Paul Alexandrovltcb uncle of tho Czar has been banished from tbo Rus sian court for 10 years and dismissed from the army What to do Until the Doctor Arrives Ono of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered severely says a B Elzeo of Monett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dose of Cham Diarfbcead came the child was relieved For Belo by GrMg A Hocker Stanford Turkeys Wanted Will commence buying turkryi Monday priceforengagementported large all over the State J K CHRISTIAN Stanford Ky FORRENT byWm8enraneeJ B OW8LEY ESTRAY lambeleading to their recovery rewarded A 0 DUNN Stanford Ky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan thumuma and Roads Floral design on hort notice Bedding foeaOnPhoneJNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLIC SALE will on Saturday Nov IStb at 10 tell at public outcryall of my penonal property of l vearold mare mule I hands high hone mule 181 handl S yearling muter a heRd bt yeat ling stern good milk cows 2 calves IB head weanling robes All kinds of terming tools In repair Also my household nod kitchen furniture 0 stands of bees Terms made known on day of sale TnoPRICEeaProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re tpairShop 10oEast Main Street STANFORD Does a general business In both lines and guarantees satisfaction Your patron age solicited Horseshoeing at 60c enAll other work In proportion A Fine Boyle County Farm For MrSale theLulnatonddeWIIIneighborhood schoolhouse on the tam convenient deliveryTherewould afford water In abundance to ldes j ponds anJ cllIem at the house and tam The Improvements coinlit of i tw0 story brick house with itInch weal t rooms kitchen hall front ant back porches and one of the last dry cellos In Kentucky under the en ofidcarriage house com crib shop sheds for machinery granary ke house at the door coal house Cool or chard grapes lares one garden asparagus btd Ac Mart beautiful Uwn Interspersed with forrttt trees healthyboUselwheat and grass acres for com ant M acres for raymenlDanvllleon the C S R R with the Louisville Southern Ex an4Cal4uUprogress ant nattering prospects fur the location of Istaltu4teJtoAenhance the value of real estate In the vicinity ot ortCni rurchaserwill be given within a reasonable time This farm has stateWOartPteE C Walton Stanford Ky Very Cheap FarmO- N EASY TERMS This Is a farm of US acres located miles from Stanford H Is within one mile of a nostoUice church school store mill cheese- tactory and neaea0ermaasettlemeat The farm well preserved and Improved and contains a large amount of One saw timber Tbo Improvements consist ot a good frame dwelling large rooms a double walled collar and two two barns one an extraframe with cattle sheds arranged for cur andJsmoko house and corn crib There Is a IIno- young orchard bearing a small vlnevard ofded with ncvtrfatllng springs and two cistern The owner U a nonresident and of fers this farm at a bargain on very easy term For further particulars call on or address L R Hughes Secv Ken tucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford Lin coin County Kentucky 11Wet Weather footWearlII See the assortment and the splendid values can furnish Heavy Boots 81 50 400 500FeltS400LighterSpecial value all solid veal calf 8105Rubbersprices moneyin I Cummins S McClary I KEEP WARM OvercoatsOver Over Shirts OverShoes UnderWear Warm Gloves Latest Things iQ the Market Terms Cash r i l a i i wo to H J McRoberts I SPECIALSi 10Ijust added to this line 2caj A good line of Red Bluo percalel 4cS yards of medium and light calicoes for comforts at 4o yard 8J3Aoz cot ton bat at only Sic Is a bargain 200Buys at our store the best mans seamless shoes A nonrlpplnjj wear resister 50c You can get a variety for pretty dress goods In Black and Colors The KY Goods a Call Ladies and Childrens fleeced union suits at 25c 37 12Will buy a mans 60o undershirtveryheavyshirts 25cFor a creamcolor marino drawers for men A boa value at 25c Drawers only 24c For boys heavy fleeced lined shirts and drawers 24 to 34 sizes 125 For a solid leather Inner and outer sole counter ladles shoe kid or kan garoo 350For a late style walking sklrt gore slot seam SEVERANCESONS NEW STORE JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswnre all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt nnd Cement IllC RUPLEY Merchant Tailor STANFORD Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive NICE FARM FOR SALE justoutsideprettiest home around Stanford and la well Improved with a handsome two tory dwelling Has good kitchen and splendid dry cellar Fine water and electric lights fencingatdocrmeathouseand see the place J S Hundley Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Inured n the porto ce at Stanford at teonddati matter 1loY1l n Casa 1rGbUabciU CASH wilt b chn d KNOXVILLE DIVISION 0 24 Train going North H4Cam o2 23O a m 023 South 1223m- Ito 23 1282 pm For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 leave Stanford at 155 a m Ho8 arrlre at StaDfordM i1Sam- o 31 leare Stanford at 23Opm A Me PRICE I urjfeon Dentist Btanford Hyo OaMOTr UcRob rtDrng Stor In the 0wil y I 1 Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky I I 1O1nCIIover Iliggina sit McKlnnoya Ston t Telephone No 01 H C NEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flata Kentucky I Offers his service to the people of LIncoln and adjolnlngicounttes NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BUSKS ft 91x Prove JUNCTION CITY KY FlratOIaaa TurnoutsBasouable Bates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng firstclass Porters Eicclall trains J 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE one and Mules constantly on hand and for 110 at all time W Logan Wood Manager Ae M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hIaserTicea ai uotoinr loathe people of Lincoln County He please both in work price Write to him J+ c+ McCLMY UWDBBTAKBB EMBALMER And Dealear In HAHNE5S SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky Jul La Beazle Co Undertakers and- Embalmers OKALXll IB FnrnitureattingsRugsThey a call Prices right 1TANFORD KENTUCKY J J 4 E C Walton President U R Hughes Secretary Treaiu Central Kentucky Real Estate Mir TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1ftouu and lot In Stanford fire roomih porch In the rear garden goal ntlghborbo Uood for mill fSlll dot to churcbn aid tcbool liT hice 1 M No 2 Small firm 37 acru 5 mlln from btan font HOUIIO tour good rooiai back porch od I Tf nod Uood barn other buildings In good Cut Inalz field well fenced acr- eeulatsltoooheacretn 10 fruit trees In arUL Bought at a sate at ggaaln and un be old LadsdjoloingoldfrclNOiiper ud Price f33 acre fU Tblili a bargain No 31101111 and lot In Stanlord Houu coo talus Ore room Good stable and S sects of lauol well fenced On of pretlleU building IoU In toa room enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 itorr front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u tll owner mat hare money No 4Two itorr fram dwelling room bn and veranda Uood garden fencing and hooe 10 good repair For sale or rent Price reatonable No 8 llonae and lot In Stanford Three room and front Porch Uood garden cud atable Good repair aold tbllllp No 7 HOUM and lot In Stanford ltorie11 room Good girden itiivi a o1 CM fciuics 0ly 1300 Ao 8Vannof SOacre 2 milts trout SU Toni on county road 23 acre Iii cnlUvatloa en In pasture 2 od orchards and rat In timber To small cottage good bun and outbuilding weU fairly good Place an- bougbtatyourpriceuownerlhu be In Indlina and mutt money No t a farm of 122 acra four mile from Stal ford on beat pike In the county Sixty acre la wheat 40 In corn 5 In timothy t In clover and 10J In One bluegait Ja cut In alx Held well fence well watered never falling well and priog tos- oool med 10 dweniaga good barn and out IiulldlDCI Fronts pike for tnreequtrten of mile both dwelllnei being on pike Plenty fruit trtft and enough timber to make 6000 pas Aplndld blurgraM firm and only 20 minute drive from tb seat Other ol flue farm adjolnlcg til- llIuleCfnUrefuaedf er acre W otter thli tsi 90 per acre No W ntII land with necemary Improt menu mile from Stanford Dwelling hit tour rooms t porch Large barn moks bouie etc Witwatend and fenced and building In good repair Film reasonable Na12 roomtlbn and pored aeceeaury outbuilding INa large toitory hoc room 23x60 feet lower room inpplli with counten ihelfe etc Water In dwelling at itoreroom alto clitern and well on plat Small back ofsre One mile from Suntord UutMln ncool repair and dwelling originally met llt aodatononrt12t Will eon both for 1830 or will rent or all separately No 1S230 acre farm Sf mile of Crab Orchar Ky Brick dwelling room two tenant houi wo barns well and iprtng net dwelling Farm 10 high Ite of culllTitlon seen rice botlo land good fencing fruit etc Price 37SO an tin No Ul00ntII of land on Leaner street 10 rablhchardopptteSpringa In no In proermentaexcept abundant of lock water bulldloC lite 10 town Pric pas No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancatti t Stanford 7 room cistern etc bet 11000 will sell for JlOOO No l1A farm of 161 acm nor HuitonTllli welllng of eight room hall veranda etc On point home stock barn large tobacco barn an ther outbuilding Item sad good well In tb and and water tn geld on the place Yarn cut In teren fields and fintclai land No 5OFrm of 160 acre altnaled near Kings Ilk Ky acres In cultliillon 59 In timberrei watered two nod barn and other outbuUllnp good repair Dwelling com rlUnew tow thin 300 yard of three cllarcbca eboolpatomro and a s depot Property ties plk ant county road and te the moat tarm In that Wa will tell the whole farm lor 12 400 or la parcel of not lei than acre to itt purchaser Thui li certainly cheap property No 53Farm of 73 acres near WiynMburg welling good barn etc Well watered fencing od In good Productive lime one landSn good oeirb borlload cloae to ached d on good road Price 1700 No 54A farm of acres In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 3 good buns and other out illdlngi each house barn etc about the center of 100 acre All on county road yt mile from lurch school and well and well atered Ibis te a rood tobacco farm and would ult two or three famlllea that might want to come froID the same neighborhood Price reaionabl No WA farm ol acm In Cay county Ky Ooe and onehalt story dwelling with eta room Iood barn and other outbuilding Blxly acre la ilUratlon 43 acres In timber fruit trees etc well on county road clop to churches achool etc Price only Ho M Farm ol acres In Casey county Two oryfnme dwelling two barn aud other outbuildings In rood repair Splendid tobiccc aDd Dd tn good commuoUT Ahargalo at 1M No 87 Farm of 115 acre In A dwelling ae two story 8 room time and old welling In lair coidlUon Bun and other out bulldtDp On county nud ipUndld tobacco laud ell watered two well spring etc This is a do cable home Price I1WO No 58 Flay acre near Pleaaant Point ET- Fram botue room and Barn and other tbulldlng S acre In culUratlon nat In ber Well watered yard from pottoffloa cbool aad church Uyiwell onplka and tn com monUT Price We have buyer for or aert farm situated omonetothree mile from town Alpo buyer for blut 100 acre situated from one to four mile from town with or without Improremenu Also a buyer for an IJOOO to f 000 farm close to town No 18 Four house and Iota In Ilowland Ky rice 5100 each No 004 aria of land near Crab Orchard Two etorr house 9 rooms hallTeranda acre splendid land adjointh etanford Prop rtT la good water and Hint la hoax wl- era at door Ueautlful bom lricel3000- No 22 House of fin rooms porch one acre ot Irrouod and good liable One mile rom town ltlce 1200 No 23 Finn oflU acre 8 miles from Stanford some dwelling of 7 room 2 pwbei 2 barn one log still and wagon abed combined the other 0 extra good frame cattle sheds attached Barn arranged for curio tobacco Alsoi bonerT smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard Forlall In good repair Well watered 2 cuternI te This farm hit been occupied by a former own er 11 end is well preserved and Imprured 1- smiteopolomce10 acbool Itented tor 1902 for hall rent and It cultivated com wheat tobacco and clover Title perfeeL- Coat pr sent owner I too u county records willow Wx11sellforF25O- Dwelling of room with 20 acre lend In loreUnd Uood barn and neceaury outbulld- logs 2 wells In orchard and 2 acres strawberries Immediate porarulon Irice fJW Ra 28 Frame hotel large rooms double nranIdu hallway Etc A large 2 story street pat from hotel up stairs tulta fordwelllng 2 nice cottage nicely furnished pared and painted 4 room and rerandi each large barn en ume used ulivery stable Goo- dgrdeo Vacant lot adjoining 30 feet front by 200 feet All of this property lain London Ky 4ialine chine for some one to make money prlelor has refused to rtr for Va mRolli On account of health of hh wife reaaoD for selling proprietor desire to exchange tor faros In Lincoln county No 27A farm ofltr acca in Oarrard count- yuilefromlancstterKy3 All In grill timothy rerand blucurau exceptlOseres no waste laud mcbethroughtbpacelthelandlsrichand dtutivcrow bmp an fd with wire and locust A good orchard rOTtuienti a 10000 twotoryeight room frame dl1Ioll wardrobe In each room cellar etc newly covered and painted tenant 1I0uae- bara and other outbuildings all tn good condition 10 rood neighborhood near church school depot office an store within 400 yard of house lbl i place will be nld cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary II open all the year for the treatment of enrglcal and chronic diseases and for con IDltatloa Board and nursing ahull be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profe- alonal bill due when services are rendered- aDd must be paid promptly i 7H f11 Around Tho World It Is paid that Texae alono markets 50000000 worth of cattlo annually A chimney of 115 feet height will without danger sway 10 Inches In a windJapan has an avenuo of trees CO mUes long extending from tho town of Na mada to Nikko Over 1000 bunches of grapes havo appeared on a vine now growing near Doren In tho Tyrol The valuo of King Edwards china at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Is said to exceed J200000Q Prisoners when arrested in Morocco aro required to pay the policeman for his trouble In taking them to jail Revolvers which fire seven shots In five seconds and can kill at 000 yrd8 have bQen served out to the Berlin lice Each year about 50000 Is oxpend In sprinkling the streets of Londi with sand to prevent horses from slip pingOne hundred tons of dressed turkey ordered In Now Zealand are to be eent to London In time for the Chrlstm market Vanalllaaa Ivanovne an old peasant woman now living at St Potersbur Is 177 years old She was a married woman when Napoleon Invaded Rush The authorities of BrltUh Columbia have established traveling libraries lor the benefit of tho numerous lumber and mining camps In that Westei Canadian province Great Britain Is the greatest butter eater among nations 13 pounds a head a yearas against eight pounds in Germany four pounds In France aDd two pounds In Russia A THANKFUL SPIRIT It Is turkey today And the feathers tomorrow Theres only a step From rejoicing to sorrow Tomorrow we want What today we rejected And tomorrow wo mtis What today we expected It Is only a stop From rejoicing to sorrow But only a day To a gladder tomorrow The smlhs and the tears Are uucirtaln and fickle But theres turkey to eat And the feathers to tickle Its as well to be glad With tbe joys of tbe present And not look ahead To tomorrows unpleasant For smiling Is free But our troubles we borrow With Its turkey today And the feathers tomorrow Tbo Rev A L Moore of Atlantic Clt1 caused a good deal of stir In the New Jersey Baptist convention a few- dos ago by making an address In hlch ho spoke In this way regarding onun In church choirs A young lady with a plumed hat fearfully and onderfully made a waist laced to sev erallnches leas than Its natural Ize- aDd a piece of sheet music In her bands stands up and opens her mouth aDd emits a series ot noises In strained natural tones trilling warbling reaming and rolling sounds Inartlcu late artificial unnatural not one of hem expressing an honest emotion 0- 1thebeart but simply exhibiting tbe mpass of her voice which frequently metallic as the coin that Is paid for b l performance A matteroffact hearer broadly hinted that Mr Moore wae talking nonsense because a woman laced several Inches below her tural girth could not sing a note any physician could tell him The Best Remedy for Croup Atchison Ku Daily Guido This Is the season when the woman who knows the beat remedies for croup Is In msnd in every neighborhood One of- the most terrible things In the world Is to be awaked in the middle of night by wboop from tone of the children Croup remedIes aro almost an sure to be lost case of croup as a revolver Is to be lost 10 the case of burglars There used to ba an old fashioned remedy for croup known u hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedyls better and doesnt cost much It causes tho patient to throw up- the phlegm quicker and gives relief In Iborler time Give this remedy as soon al the croupy cough appears and It will prevent the attack It never falls and pleaaant and safe to take For sale by Craig locker Stanlord At Omaha Rev WMC Rabe pastor of the German Baptist church aDd- Mlu Augusta Busch a missionary and Istant to the pastor were found dead iD the ministers study They were elalped In each others arms and tbe- room was full of gas The death ot Lbe couple Is supposed to have been accidental For A Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamberlains Cougb Remedy to loosen and relieve and to allay the Irritation and Inflamma tlon of the throat and lungs The sooth- Ing and healing properties of this remfdy- and the quick cures which It effects make It a favorite every where For sale by- Craig Rocker w Ss TEARFUL OR CHEERFUL 1 Whether a woman Is tearful or cheerful depends not on what the has materi ally but what she Is physically Many Dn husband is driven almost to despair by the tearful outburst or a wife who lens ft every thing she wants He wants to- know whats the 1thecant tell She only knows that she is de despondent Such a condition is lated usually reaL some form of womanly disease The mental depression has its corresponding womanly weakness Preacriptlonchanges phyicalunhealthydrainstion and cures female weakness Mr Alta Adam of Laboratory Washing lea Ca IS any s With raaar thinks I writ to let you know how I am I can uy bT Oil help and rhelpiamwell hue tkqbottle ofDr tierces Favorite Prescription nd two of hit Golden Medical Discovery and can do all my work I cant praise your coed due too highly fwttt recommend your sued tines It long u I live Ifany one doubts thia give them tny addma Favorite Prescription makes weal women strong and tick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine works wonders for weal womenKeep the bowls healthy by the timely use of Doctor Pleasac Pellets Busy Russoll Sago Russell Sago although absorbed In the business of moneygetting oce stonally takes time to attend churc An Important meeting of financiers wII scheduled for a day on which Mr Sago was unusually busy and when bo arrived at the designated place the deliberations were over and all the partlc pants bad dispersed Use the tolcphoi at bo could Mr Sago could not get to to communication with any of them Knowing that one of those who had attended the gathering passed the plato at the midweek service In a cburc near his homo Mr Sage went there Ho did not wait for the close of those rice but taking a teat on the alslo through which bit acquaintance pus ed he waited until he came along wit the plate and as he put a dollar bill on It ho remarked Edward what did sot fellows do down there today I did DoL fet around In time The gentlema pokon to smiled and took the earliest opportunity to Inform Mr Sago of what transpired topped Against A Hot Stove A child of Mis Geo T Demon when ratting his uiual Saturday night bath lepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child was In treat agony and his mother could do othing to pacify him Itememberlnf hat she had a bottle of Chamberlains PaIn Balm In the house she thought she rould try it In less than half an hour titer applying It the child was quiet and sleep and in less than two weeks wai ell Mrs Tenon is a well known teal dent of Kellar Va Pain Balm Is an an septic liniment and especially yams ble for bruises cuts burnt and sprains For tae by Craig tt Hocker Dank Robbers inde a 111000 haul lit reenwood W- IFarm for Sale Contains 130 acre of fine flanging Fork laad and has anon It retldeoce out iltdlngs Is In a high state of cultivation and la well fenced watered Is known as the B T Young farm and li In Turners Tille neighborhood adjoining R II Cooper RlcbardUlbb W A Ooffev Most tbe land la In grainS M Owen agent for Mrs M E You- ngFREES TREES By Tho Million TreesFruit sad atname Orapo Vlnei Bmall Fruits Asparagus Shrubs every tblag for Orchard and Garden We employ ro agents but toll direct Catalogue application nothnhonr niLLENUEVEU BO- NLexlagtoa Ky If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial Iaxton J n Ole S II WIO Walker Coo W Carter p BiliousnessMakes When the Urn b torpid and fall to do lu work the bile eaten the blood u a virulent poison Then cornea constipation biliousness tick fevers and malaria The only that gttea the liver lust the right touch and ttwu Natures work in the right manner u 17A VOIIS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS The pin touehee the UaIJlelllSB doM for 9 days cat 36 cents and un lea your case U exceedingly bad you will be well before you finish them tree For Ml at all dealer is LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 8 8OOOO Ei Directors JD Shanks Chronic Invalids headache treatment JP Sample Bacceasor to The farmers hank Trust Company and under lame management continuously for 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Hoping mch business relations will prom mutually beneficial First National BankSf Ky Capital Stock 50000i Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit lank of ID HJ8 then reorrantied aa lha National flank of Stanford In lltl and again reorganized M the Pint National Bask of Stanford In 1SS2 having had practically an uninter rupted exlateoco for 41 year It L better supplied now with faollltlc for traoiact laIr buainras promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Tray lor Jicc DEALIItl Wtilsku Brandy Wines Bee Gars Etc KYClosePrompt anj roUte attention Nethhic otthe tol to drink Mstl rllOlI cr llrrn orbrt rKtlv trsB ft attention For Sale or Rent Property known aa The Ilniiell Springs consisting of acre U In woodland an4111 under culUratlon allroom hotel one cottage of 3 and another of 8 room furnished throughout and In good Near the hotel la a of cha- lybeate water which has been analjied ant Is known to have fine medicinal properties The summer patronage gand the transient the year A one opening for an enterprising hotel man For further Information terms address or call on Vaughan It Orahatn Uuaiell Springs Kentucky TIMBER LEND FOR SOLE In order to settle the partnenhlpbuilnoaj of John Donta Jr and 3 0 nontubrlngdlcd last December we will roll 2700 acre of timberland lalrcouu ty Ky This land Contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory Thl tract of laud Is dOle to the famous oil field of Wayne county and Ie exceedinglywell adapted for agricultural purpose the land la In one body It is a bargain louome one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTER Mlddleburg Ky Or to E M Ilardln Uarrodaburg or Oscar tonta Faulkner Ky C118 L8XlnGTOnD8mO Lsthc only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region 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