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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER lL 1902 9 A M NO 71 r REV 0 M HUEY The Now Pastor of tho Baptist Church Who Begun a Meeting There Last Night NEWS NOTES Sale blowers made rich hauls at Dover and Springfield Teno A Union itatlon to coil 1500000 will be built at El Paw Texas The Crown Pi loco of Slam vltttcd the stockyards at Chicago Safe bloweri robbed the poe mco at Culver lod of 11000 In ump Fire at Auburn Wednesday night de atroyed the Advocale newspaper oBlco and several stores At Albany William Dugger was caught In a roller and taw mill belt and Initanllr killed Robber blow open the safe of the Tampa Kaniat State flank secured 13600 and escaped on a handcar O W Lane a prominent homestead er of Oklahoma wag called to his door and shot to death near Shirley Okla Eben Proctor one of the Jurors In Harvey Moore murder case at More bead became Insane In the jury room Carroll Tompkins ailed 10 of Bullltt BloomIAt Buffalo Chrlilophcr Wlllli shot Mary Ferguson his fiance and then fired a bullet Into his own bead killing himself almost Instantly LDelaney a mall carrier on the route from Frankfort to Ilavleland wee found dead in hit wagon BU death was caused by heart dlicate J Many of the Individual coaloperatort fa the anthracite region have agreed to become parties befoN the arbitra tion commission and accept lIe dace IonThe Insanity of Oen Toral who sur rendered Santiago de Cuba to the American forces It attributed to In ttructlont from the Spanish govern mcnt that ha draw up a full account of the surrender of the city lodeIthree time Inflicting wounds that probably will prove fatal It It reported In New York that tbo minority shareholders of the Loultvllle and Naihvjllo will hayo about onetblrd of the next Doard of Director It It authoritatively stated that President Smith will bo retained If bo so desire to tbo report of the super 1lntendentof the rural tree delivery service Iowa has the largest number of routes Kentucky hat 80 and eight will be added Nov 15 To extend the syn tem over the United States the annual cost will approximate 824000000 and employedI oret i Is reported In Soutbweitcrn Indiana loipecUlly In Sullivan county Experts roughly estimate Its value at 100000 purlilare deposits of coal which are claImed- to be almost pure charcoal Find de posits of limestone are also reported In response to a letter written by John Patrick a klnir thai military pro tectloci hn afforded him as a witness before the Breathltt county grand jury Circuit Judge Redwloo says ho has caused an attachment to bu Issued for Patrick and will see that he has ample protection Patrick says bo was a witness to the of James Cock rill and Implicate county officials In the shooting Be says he fears ho will t the assassinated It ho goes to Jaokton to testify Patrick It ID Lexington w m John Mitchell Is being boomed for president of the American Federation of Labor to succeed Gompcri Increased wages have been granted all machinists on the Chicago and East era Illinois railroad system Jell Maxwell was shot and Instantly killed near Annlstoo Aa by his brother Inlaw Will N Lawson Dennlt Dorrlt a mine foreman near Wllkesbarre was fatally shot by a mi ner who bad been refuted work Roiwell Bcardiley of North Lan ting NY postmaster there for 74 coniccutlre year It dead bt the age of 03 A Loultvllle engineer who has been at work oo a new Cuban railroad says nearly 300 miles of a new line from Santiago are ready for service John Veatch of Indianapolis and Bud Fox of Mootezuma led were killed and seven were Injured In a col Ililon on C H and D railroad near In dianapolis So great Is the traOIo of the railways of the country that they aro now face to face with an engine and car famine and It Is feared that freight blockades may soon result At Newport tbo Sbawlrwln Commission Company of Cincinnati has sued the Chesapeake k Ohio Railroad Company for 185000 damages for al leged failure to deliver groceries In the coal mining regions of West Virginia during the recent strike Cantrell and MoEndroe the leaders of Indiana ghouls pointed out 30 or 4 graves In Ebenezer and Anderson gem clerics which they contested to have robbed Cantrell showed one grave from which was taken the body of a woman whose husband besald received half of the price 130 In loving remmbranco our dear husband and father Monroe Curtis who departed this life Oat 16 Papa Is gono but not forgotten Never will his memory fade Swcetcivthoughu will over linger Around the grave where be Is laid We loved him yet wo loved him But the Savior loved him tore So the angel sweetly called him To that bright and happy shore It Is bard to part with papa Oh so sad to see him dlo But a gentle voice said come And be calmly entered homo WIFE AND CHILDREN CHURCH MATTERS There will be preaching at Willow Grove Schoolhouse at 230 Sunday af ternoon The very Rev H C Mlgnot for 32 years rector of the New Orleans Cathe dral Is dead At Bloomington Ind Isaac Holt LboDlblotian church JEprotracted meeting at the Baptist church at Brodbead Sunday Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomack and Liver Tablets at Craig k Hookers drug store They aro easier pilleThenpiliRegular belIeveKldYelmbl just chicken ate four pies two LAND STOCK CROPS ETC T J mil sold to J R Beazley a pair of mules for for 1215 A C Dill sold to MIke Kennedy 10 e0o pound cattle at 4o FOR SALESseboate nod 20 eows C It Carooo Mlddlebnrg O W Evans told a fine bay inane mule to Fox L Logan for 1170 Coulter White bought of various par ties a bunch of yearlings at 3lo J A Estee bought of Dr Steelo Bal Icy two butcher cattlo for 127 50 Richard Lowdnet bought a car load of mules from M J Farris of Danville at81Rice Bengo of Danville bought four Southern horses here yesterday at 1100 to 1125 n C Baugbman sold to Fox i Lo Iran a tbreeyear old Naboth gcldlog for 150 D O Allen shipped to Cincinnati Friday a carload of bogs for which ho gotSto500W of Lancaster bought hero yesterday two horses at 185 and three mules at 1100 McGoodwIn of Pennsylvania bought six horses of various parties here yesterday at 176 to 1100 A B Randall of Mercer sold bis Ono harness team of bays to Fox S Logan Danville for 1550 Chas Cummins sold a mule hero yes terday at tOO and another at 855 Woods Bro sold to I S Tevls Seven yearling mule at 175 and to Fox and Logan a horse for 155 J L Hutchln bought 16 cattle of W B Pagan at 110 and sold Wm Ragan a maro for 1100 Record lam well prepared to dehorn cattle Have stocks and other appliances at Mark Bardlna barn J A Estcs Stanford 2t J J Stokes told to Vaughan d Stokes a pair of mules for 1215 and bought of J M Vaughan a harness horse for 175 W M Malbooy bought of various parties 14 heifers al3o 25 ttOoound shoats at Co and 60 barrels of corn In the Odd at 150 Kansas farmer say that It costa thorn 15 coot a bushel to ratio corn count log the Interest on the value of tbo lend at 12 35 an acre The burley tobacco grower aro pre paring to make an organization with 40000 members and a capital of a mil lion to fight the tobacco trust A 50pound black boar shoat camo to my place six weeks ago Owner cat Jet him by paying for keep and thlt notice Peter Balmer JumboItO A Pleasant told to J B Foitor a bunch of 1150pound feeders at 4c to R C Hocker three calves at 120 and to- O P Buffmin a 050pound cow at 3o At F P and C C Combctta tale In Casey yearling steers brought 3o calves 15 yearling mules ID pairs li7 to 17760 aired mules 677 to 1100 bog ft to 6o horse liO to IS6 corn at crib 1175 Household and kitchen local ture and farming tool sold well COURT DAY Tbero werp about 600 cattle bore yesterday and probably halt of them changed hands Some good steers went at about 40 but SI to 04o were the rultyig prices Heifer were slow at 3 to 3c Butcher stuff was quiet at 2i to 3o The mulo mar ket was lively a number selling at 7 to IUO Horses wore slow CRAB ORCHARD Mllly Welch colored died last week Miss Sue Hopper of Louisville Is the rfuett of W E Perkins and family Some of the good ladles of the Bap list church have collected money and expect to have the building painted and repaired tblss tall They deserve much praise for their faithfulness Dr Wm M Myert has had tome handiome stones put up at his fathers mothers and brothers graves Ho will leave shortly for his homo la Thorotowo Ind Bis slater Mrs Al len H Blsey of Kansas City Mo loft a few days ago much to the regret of her friends Mr Felix Myers left FrI- day morning for his home In Boobam Texas Dr Will J Edmlston and Mr Bruce Hantford were called to Mao chester Friday night to tee W B Hansford who Is It the shrinkage ot tbo republican vote In Butler county niece McKenzIo Moss and Dick Knott took charge the civil liberty campaign In thet dlequall0etie n the race for Circuit Judge what doe the shift of Warren county from 11 majority for Taylor In 1809 to 850 for Settle In 1002 do to and for the Ho McKenzie Mode of Warren In the mater of that same Circuit Judge raco Isnt tho sauce that Is good for the re good also for the gooseLoulevilto tasteIin your mouth go at onto to era drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two donea will make ye well They also cure blliouiness etc J headache and constipation LANCASTER Garrard people are confident of get ting the railroad The Christian Endeavor Society givenFrIday lOne of the plato glass windows of Bank was broken by a Negro urchin Friday A new street Is to be run from the Danville road to Intersect Water street jBarrlswell drillers have now reached a depth of 850 feet and dally expect a gusher jdisclaimturkeys at 7c and will hold for a better price The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will have an ex change at tbo postoffice the day before Thanksgiving Two Ohio cattle men are here buy Ing up two carloads of one and twc yearolds end are paying good prices to the local traders Mr W T West has sold his cottage on Lexington street now occupied by Mr George Wright to Miss Amanda jjMissChristina Endeavor Sunday evening and Mile Amanda Anderson gave an Interesting address Sam Totten has sold his cottage on Crab Orchard street to Leo Began for 1400 preparatory to removing with his wife to Decatur Ill Mr Jacob Joseph has been reelected ai pno of the board of City Alder man and was first appointed last year to fill J Thompsons place B F Hudson bought a crop of hemp- seed from the Sparks Bros at 12 per bushel A K Walker bought 35 bead of caltle from various traders Mr T B Long and wife late proprietors of tbe Hotel Garrard have contracted for a large hostelry at Clio too Mot and will shortly leave for that place Toe side walks will bo Improved on Stanford street by an asphalt pave moot In front of the Christian church and brick walks In front of the Mason and Conn dwellings Tbe Christian Endeavor Society will bavo a call meeting Thursday after noon at tbe homo of Miss Lizzie Brown to prepare comfort tags to be sent to the Inmates of the penitentiary Rev W W Akers of Memphis and at Intimate friend and classmate of Rev 06i Cbumbley will bold a protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church about the first of December The Bowling contest between Dan ville and Lancaster players Friday evening was well attended many ladles being Interested spectators and the game was close with a slight advan logo In favor of Lancaster T S Elkln bought of JlmClark some let calves at 2o fat hogs of Button a 60 and from Joe Bowman at same fig urea a tat heifer from J ftl HIatt at 3c Yocum and Bailee of Fayette bought 20 head of twoyearold cattle In the Buckeye section for 600 It Is stated the night trains are soon to bo taken off and Lancaster will again be short on her mall express and traveling accommodations however 5seotherdallppaeeengeritraln will ba added and will be an Improvement over the old time serylce but Garrard people will make no complaints with tho great expectations of tho new Louie vllle Southern lathe near future The coming of Mr Edwin L Barker and his monologue plays next Monday evening promises to draw a good house and all friends and promoters of the Ladles AldSoclety are urged to lend their support and pretence Tho Henderson Kentucky Lyceum Aeaocla flea pronounced Barkers wonderful versatility and exquisite acting as hav log completely captivated the fender son people Tbo Chicago Y M C A states that Mr Barkers entertainment was highly satisfactory and the audl once was enthusiastic over the eve nlnga program Mr A C Denny and daughter MM Mattlo Duncan are visiting Misses Margaret and Pauline Hocker of Stan ford Mesdames Buoy ot Stanford and Richie of St Louis have been guests of Mrs JE Wolford Mrs J E Stormee hoe returned from a visit ofto Richmond relatives Mr Richard Kennedy and fiance Miss Martha vllltlojZMr Sate1tar who have been guests of W H Kin Weird and family left for Keokuk Fri familytmarriage of his sister Miss Edna to Mr Samuel Scott ot Loulevllle Wal waslatook her ton Robinson to Louisville for treatment for tuberculosis Mrs L F Hubble ot Danville visited here Sun day Mrs Geo D Robinson and chit dren of Huttonvllle are visiting Mr D L Walker Mrs Gregory and MrepGregkory f 1 3 ij i 3 3 i 3 w O Being Q uWell Dressed ij- Is half the battle of life and to be Well Dressed does not mean expel sively dressed if you buy the right goods at the right place This is j the placewe have the goods IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KU To burn 12a ton soft coal without the escape of root smoke or gss was unheard ot before the invention of Coles OriginalHot Stove This wonderful stove burnt tho GAS HALF of soft coal wasted with other stoves and gives the same cleanliness and even boat day and night with this fuel that can bo had from 10 hard coal It requirca atten don only three times in 24 hours Fire u never out SOL- DBiggins BY s McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY E1 ic1 zA preparation for eradicating the dis tagreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration onany portion of the body without injury to health or clothing byIweB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY GUNS slm Ammunition Hunting Vests itc We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for CASH Craig Hocker SSTANFORD LARSON PENCE DEALERS IN i Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buckboards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition Seelour elegant llneJt Lap Robes Yli THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eo C WALTON H H HENNINGER Ol W yne County li a ctndldata for Slate Trw orir lubltct to the action of the Democratic party ROBERT HARDING- of DanyIUe ii a einilMiU for CtrmJl JoJut subject to the action of the iMmocnUo party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer if a candidate bar Commonwealth At torney In this the 13th Judicial district subjKt to the action of the democratic party THE Danville News Is disposed to make faces at the Llncolu county de mocraoy and to fling a pebble or two at the INTERIOR JOURNAL because Mr Sumrall defeated Mr Gilbert In tbe county by a majority of 22We were flattering ourselves that wo wore dolog pretty well I thank you In 1893 Gilbert lost the county to Davlaon by In 1800 Gilbert loat It to Williams by 43 We grow a little better each time and yet we are derided for it Come now major be honeit with yourself be candid with your readers make a cleao breast and a full confession Areot you etlll a little sore Just a little over the leggln episode and wouldn you deep down in your heart have been glad If Lincoln county had Ilooe OTerwhelmlngly for Sumrall even if It had resulted la Gilbert defeat In tho district l People all say that you stot the hot end of the poker In that lltll bout but It dont argue well for your Christian spirit to bear malice so long oyer trifles Get In a good humor toughen your hide a little and take thrusts like a little man Lincoln coun tr democrats have nothing against you t They like you because you keep at yourI mst head Goebole dying words and because you have eo clearly proves what nobody else could do that Mr Robert Harding rendered Goebel suet efficient service If you cant help FEEL ING sore for pitys sake dont snow ItI so plain When John B Thompson was a caoI dldate for Congress in this district he gave a definition of a democrat which we commend to the Danville Newe Said Thompson A democrat Is barf- who votes the democratic ticket Will the astute and distinguished ed- Itor of the News apply the test of this definition and Inform us woo were democrats In 1899 when Goebel ran forgov ernor Be brave and fearleee and loyal to the great common people Were these the words of the assassinated governor of Kentucky or were they uttered by a gentleman to whose memory the Dan vile News eaya a monument has but recently been erected In Boyle county For strong incisive clean cut En glish we commend the public to tbeI Danville News At the same counter there are aleo cathartics for a consti pated constituency The Danville News about as good as Says that the Bon Robert Harding carries the votes of Boyle county In his vest pocket Wilt the News kindly explain to msny anxious readers why Mr Harding did not deliver one of those votes his own for instance to Goebel Says the JJanvlllo News There stands old Boyle a 187 to the good a monument to Robert Harding Does the astute editor of the News under stand that monuments are nevdr erected except to the memory of the dead The Danville News has dropped into song andhpOTRvnot verse nor rhyme but GENUINE potry Listen to It slog one of Its own sweet songs Now fades the glimmering landscape on the sight And all that His Honor Judge Sauflay sees Is four commissioners with petitions bright Dodging hither thither and yon amongst the trees Was It Solomon In his proverbs or Fontaine Fox Bobbltt In his celebrated Nulllus Filllus speech who observed that he always marked that day with a white stone when his attention was first called to a new specimen of a va rlagaed donkey browsing on the far tile meadows of literature AS usual the Somerset Republican is wrong We did not say that Mr O H Waddle went to the republican party for office What we said was plain enough for any numbskull to under stand except possibly Mr Hansford Having known Mr Waddle for many years and aware of his large law prac tlce wo are surprised at his accepting office Certainly from a financial aland point ho can not afford to do so AN attempt to put a negro woman as 1ftateacher In a school in Chicago was followed by a revolt of the pupils who held an indignation meeting and vow iifcdtbat no negro woman could teach Iftbem The parents of the children should have taken a hand In the mat ter and dressed the trustees in coats of tar and feathers EDITOR LANDRAM announces that the Record will Friday after noon instead of Thursday morning We to have it Thursday but itr Is a erliowof better late than never and we will have the pleasure of de vouring the good paper a day later WHAT a fall was there my couotry men Two years ago Odells majorhy for governor of New York was llJ126 This year it Is stated at 10202 and may not be any since large frauds are alleg ed to have been practiced The terrl ble slump shows what a revolution Ie going on in the Stato and what tbo democrats would have done had they not been handicapped by a platform reeking with the rankest soclallas The party in the Empire State is In good shape and reunited under thole of conservative men will resume Its leadership of the nation and go Into the fight In 1904 with coafideoco of uccca There are a great many things In the result of Tuesdays election to Insplra democracy and give it courage for the supreme effort two years hence wbeo the Indications all point to the electloo of a democratic successor to the prcs ont Incumbent of tbo White House TUB election of John R Thayer In the Worcester Mass district for Bn other term in Congress is a remarkable political event The district has from 3000 to 5000 republican majority But this grand democrat has been repeatedly chosen as its representative in the National counsels This might be a hint to the democrats In 1904 when they are looking around for a president candidate Speaking of this the Boston Herald Independent democrateay liThe only parallel to It in memory II the three elections of William E Rui sell to the governorship of the State That like this wee attained by gallan try and courage and confidence In the people They are prone to respond to these qualities but they have nova had them quite so attractively and ef fectlvely put before them as In the in stances of Russell and Thayer TUB executive committee of this judicial district met at Danville yesterday and positively declined by a vote of three to one to rescind its action of lug 12 when precinct conventions tot omlnatlng candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney were decided upon This refusal in the face of three candidates for Common roaltha attorney and one candidate for Ircult judge asking for a primary Is jusrh to say the least Besides this early 2300 democratic voters had peI itloned the committee to give them a voice in the selection of nominees byI avlng the fairest and beet methoda primary REPUBLICANS will have the next ongress In both branches as they have the present one If the republicans fall to put through whatever leglsla tloo they see fit It will not be on ac count of Insufficient numbers In the arty representation There will be- al now a republican administration a republican Senate and a republican louse Full responsibility will rest with the republican party and should the country think It necessary to hinge the responsibility in 1904 It- wIU be solely owing to the failure of tbe party now In power to make satis factory use of Us opportunities POLITICALI Secretary Shaw la regarded as a caoI Idate for vice prelldentIBoyle did better than was at first reported Her democratic majority was 187 Speaker Henderson Is reported to Intend making the race for the Iowa overnorship alnst Gov Cummins Congressmanelect Swager Sherley hal selected Mr John D Wakefield of the Courier Journal for his secrete ry Congressman Charles E Llttlefleld of Make has announced his candidacy for Speaker of the House of Represen tatlvesJ Harrison only got 65 votes In Jackson The democrats In that luniy must have been asleep on elec tlon day Senator Beveridge Is arranging for tour of the Senate committee on territories through New Mexico Arizona eel Oklahoma Prof James H Fuqua Sr of Rus llvllle has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for su erlntendenl of public instruction The Hart county election commie oners threw out the vote of the Bon levllle precinct because the election officers failed to certify tho result of- the polling Chairman Grlggs of the democratic ngresslonal committee recommends to the democrats that the headquarters be kept open in Washington preparatory to the campaign of 1904 Frank Campbell chairman of the New York Democratic Stato Committee claims that in strongly republican strlcts the ballots were burned Immediately after being counted Deboo Pratt and Burnam may still have a hankering for the republican gubernatorial nomination but Brer Yerkes knows when he has had his fill of sour grapes says the Louisville ImesPresident Roosevelt has determined to back Representative Crumpacker In- hie purpose to decrease tho electoral vote of the South and to obtain a free baod to accomplish his object will Ie- cure pledgee from safe republican StateI to assure his nomination for a lecood term in advance of tie conyen tloDThe reelection of Mr George Oil bert11 a deserving testimonial of his Ivn t j h splendid worth at a public lIenallt1 Ha Is well balanced never runs on mouse tracks and is going to do what ho behaves to be right We are proudI to claim Mr Gilbert as a personal friend and congratulate him upon his splendid victory Central Record Congressman Vincent Borelng wl11 belilt sure at Washington now lIe wilt be the only republican In either branch of Congress when Deboe Irwin and Moss walk the plank as they have been given orders to do and If ho- I not tho whole thing he will kno why He has always had a big say In tho distribution of pin and now he wUl land out the patronage single haoded and alone Tbo rise of this churchle Methodist preacher has Indeed beeo phenomenal duo In a measure to gll but largely to energy and knowledj of when to strike A few years ago bo made his living at a dollar a day Now ho is one of the richest men In the mountains Lexington Democrat Following Is tho official vote of Lli cola county at the election held Tue day Nov 4 1902Gilbert Sumrall Lowe Stanford No 1 132 103 C II 2 100 151 5 II II 3 131 142 i- II et 4 79 71 7 Hustonvllle 1 147 60 7 2 121 120 6 t 3 120 lISIC- rab Orchard 1 137 146 12 II 2 112 142 Waynesburg 1 131 64 5 I 2 i1 100 12 3 64 105 8 1345 1367 81 Majority 22 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Samuel Brlckcn aged 45 Is dead a Mcholasvllle John Pear was Vllled in a game o craps at Harrodsburg A rich vein of copper has been jila iDvered on the farm of W B Baker li Jailson It is the name of a new paper Is ued at Lawrenceburg with O Cole mao Cox editor An effort la being made to open ea loons at London but the proposition li ielng hotly fought On Mill creek In Bell county Will Ioe cIne was shot to death by Andrew Johnson A woman Is said to baye been he cause Acy Peyton has bought the livery table of his son Mr D H C Peyton at Moreland and will still conduct busS ness at the same stand W B Hansford and family have removed to Lexington Hansford fc Co have leased a prtntery there and will ubllsh a school journal and execute job work Somerset Journal Tho Somerset Journal makes this nnouncement If local city advertl lere are considerate of their own InterI eet and manifest an appreciation of a good thing the Journal will shortly appear on Tuesdays as well as Fridays The State Prison Commission granted a number of paroles Among those abased were James Downey of Mercer serving a 15 year sentence for man laughter and William Hulet of Fay ette under a 21year sentence on the lame charge MATRIMONIAL Robert Cox pod Miss Bessie Houk wero married In Rockcastle John F Horton and Miss Louanna aught were made one at J H cactis Saturday John Hill aged 21 and Miss Mamie rackett 15 will be married at Rev- Ed Hubbarda by that gentleman tomorrow At Georgetown a double wedding tok place In which father and son were the grooms Mr R A Robinson married Sire Nannie Plits and his 100 Millard Robinson married Mia Minnie Graves A Memphis dispatch says that Mrs V B Anderson mother of W B An snort who committed suicide filed a imago suit against Mrs E Nicholson lor 110000 alleging that the failure of- tbo defendant to keep her promUe of arrlage caused her son to lose his po Iltloo and later take his life and thus prlvo her of all means of support THIS AND THAT Safe blowers made a rich haul at ittsburg John M MoAtee of Louisville sul clded at Kansas City Property worth 8100000 was destroy At Forest 0 James Young while drunk shot Town Marshal Handohy and killed himself ed by Ore at Beaver Falls Pa The annual meeting of the National Fox Hunters Association Is being held at Bowling Green A new world record was made by- the jumping pony Krueger which vaulted a sixfoot hurdle Chief Justice Guffy says that the present court of appeals will pass on- tbe appeals of Caleb Powers and Jim oward for new trials A signed statement from Henry Yout- sey relative to the Goebel murder con IPlracy IB in the bands of the Common wealth More Indictments are expect edThe navy is short 577 officers and thll shortage according to the present rate of increase from the naval academy will reach more than 1000 within four years r bn J The Grand LeaderFI This week we will offer you some rare bar gains in cold weather needs 10 pieces heavy outing tlnnncl nt lie per yard 10 pieces solid Pink Blue Brown and White Outing Sic Heavy wool filled jeans at loe yard Extra heavy nnUlccchcd cotton at fie yard Ladies heavy grey mixed hose at 10c pair 174 heavy blankets at 05c pair Largest size 7 pound comfort 9Sc each Boys lleecedunderwear Bost made at 23c Ladies heavy Melton walking skirts at 108 liens 1 shirts at 50c this week Mens heavy shoes at 98ct 125 Come Grand Leader wants money goods THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY S LEVY Manager PA K HAIR BALSAM Oouvt d Uwolflt the beg Nauw s leut I II1 rr tell to alor orq Htlr to uo CUM ldnA RENT I desire to rent my situated 00 Somerset street H mile troD town consist lag of dwelling of seven rooms beside kitchen and servants room and a fine cellar smokehouse chicken boue coal bouao and a good stable and 10 acre of land 2 hydrant ono In the yanl and one for toc1c well cistern combIned near the door Co- rdrloklag repaIr purposes Bald JAB1rhlAlLEY BROWN 8 BROWN at LaW Office in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State CourU 110 In United Bute and Courts Collection made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED 1 We whose name appear below ItrlctlJ forbid hunting BihlDg or any kind 01 tre pawing on our plllCCI and prosy cute Tlolator to the t extent of the law J Nerin Carter P W Carter James McCormack J F Goner Mrs Margie Dtbb James N Cash hire J H White Jame Mettrr Alex Tom Stone Mies Mettle Hewer Joseph Dallou J W Baughuian B T W H Dodderer M F Lawrence J T ningaman W P Grimes Mrs Malcna Lawson T A Wee Mr Mary U Givens J 8 Rocker Peter Balmer W E Amon To the Coal Consumer Having bought out Hlggln k Sims tbl coal dear we are now prepared to furnli the people of Stanford and country the beat brand of coal at tbl lowest market price for cash Farmer will tako your bay and corn In oxchang for eonl at the market price We colic your trade and guarantee weight fc your money Orders at coal houti phone 41 or Boone liverystable No O cS Dunavffinl STANFORD KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will otter at private sate my propert situated gn the of Main east side of College Street in Uuitonvllli Hy consisting of and livery stabi and vacant lot This II welt ar ranged for hotel or hones an livery table having on some a nice liver barn and all outbuilding necMiar for hotel and livery purposes and vs cant lot for private rt It desired Everlasting water In abundance lropert It well arranged for private residence an- Is now rented for tlJat Rustonviiie- call want goody paying pro rty in on or address D B Carpenter Huston tuba Ky Al M i I 51 50 and 2 Childrens heavy shoos at 50 0575o and 1 lions heavy nndenivoar at 24c gar ment Mens heavy hoots at 125 150 2 anti 250 Boys heavy boots at 125 150 and 175 Ladies heavy ribbod vests at 15c each Mens lined wool jeans pants at 89c pair Boys overcoats 2 250 and 3 Mens overcoats p250 350 5 750 and 10 Mens allwool pants at 150 2 and 3 to the for your We save you and sell you the best Props B YourJrOQlor FOR prproperty Attornoys Boone property A QUARTER 1 L I 01 tho time usually spent in the selection of Bridal Pros ents can bo SAVED hero anti in most instances n QUAIl TIm of tho price too come and sue us W H MUELLERStanford 1 I I We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they get hero with out insisting The public at large is not one half as particular as we are in this matter of pure drugs or in rc aril to the accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In the buying selling or compounding of drugs we never guess Wo make sure that everything is l right in every particular Come to us i Pennys Drug Store srKYord WHY LI Not examine our before making a stockttion of yourI Furniture and SuppliesiLarge assortment and Low Prices will convince you iG L CARPENTER tPKy rd i Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY t Physician and Practical Optician will bo at tho ST ASAPII HOTELTHURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 31k 14IThere are conditions where glasses are required and give relief to head numerous ball or temple or burning sensationaches In or about the eye lake advance of his DonH neglect your children Difficult case hours 9 A u to 4 It St Asaph Hotels Stanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAWFOIU KY Nov 7 1002 In Oiling your preicrlptlons wo uio proporIonanot do batter It yon paid ui double tho price which II always reasonable Pen cya Druz Store LoPERSONALS BORN to the wife of T Ji Totor a KM J C McCLAHY Was la Brodboad on MARTIN wont to Cincinnati Saturday W 13 DlLLiON of Livingston was hero Friday Mil OKO 0 IlAltniS spent Saturday In WM here from Loc don Saturday MR JEUKVO FniTH of Brohhead was bore Friday MR AND Mils ED SIUOLD returned to Lexington Saturday Mn A 0 KASTLAND It hero from Loulivllle for a few dayi MRS R G COLLIER of Croahead was hero Saturday shopping Rev n D MAIIONY went to Ml Vernon Friday to Work insurance Miss LIZZIE IlUNN of the WCI- LrEad li with Mre A M Dunn LULA PHUITT of Boston li with Mr and Mrs W P Tatc Mil I C THOMAS of Phil Casey I county Is very of typhoid fever W D Roans formerly of How land has ROOD Into the livery business at Derca Miss ANNA COOKE has returae from a visit to Miss Kay Bailee at rodtburg MESSRS JOHN W MOOUE and R Wilkinson of Casey attended cou yesterday MRS T J FOSTER bad a tall th other day from which iho has sutere canslderably JAUES TUCKER of Maywood Is vii Itt g his sister Mrs Maggie Dllllon at LivingstonpAsaph Hotel Thursday and Friday next 13 and 14 MRS T L CARPENTER and sot Ray Carpenter wero hero from Bus lonvllllo Saturday MR AND MRS BURDKTTE RAMSEY JR of Garrard wore guests of Mr and Mrt John Bright Jr MR W B KINO and wife of Pine vlllc are visiting the family of Hot B B King at Morehead MRS McELWAIN wbo has been wit her daughter Mrs J S Owsley Jr e returned to Franklin Saturday MRS SUE SHROPSHIRE and Miss Sue Moore of Georgetown are the guests of Mr and Mrs A C Martin Mn T S WEIIII JR and family of KDoxvllle will arrive today to bo pre S ent at the SaufleyEngleman wedding HON G A LACKEY has returnedI InIMR UEO CUNNINGHAM of Ellis berg one of the cleverest men In L yesterday worldpald this office a substantial c DR W W UunoiN of Richmond was here Saturday en route to Crab Orchard to join his wife who le with her parents there e O JEFFRIES C Co Carson C R dCarson F P Combesl AI Royalty J W MoWborter and others were up from Casey yesterday MRS O V RILEY and children of Plnevllle spout Saturday with Mr and Mrs Joseph Coffey They left Sunday for Oklahoma to make their home MIL AND MRS W O MCINTYRE Danrllle wero here Friday en route Richmond Mrs McIntyre Is an e ceedlngly handsome and pleasant lady Miss BETTIE ROCHESTER went to Louisville Friday to attend ibo mar riage of her sister Miss Louise Roch ester to Rev G We Clark of Wash ington Va A MR J O STEARS of the Jessamine Journal was on Sundays train bound flfnected with the Standard Oil Gos In terost there- AT a dutch lunch given at Danville the other night the News sayi that Miss Polly Traylor favored tho crowd with several One recitations which were liberally applauded Ills frfends bero will bo glad to learn tbat Mr H C King formerly of this once and who had typhoid fever In Lexington has been discharged from a bospltal there as about well MESSRS A B DINWIDDIE Owen fWilliam and Jerry Adams of Hue t0 vlllo wero over last evening and part In the Society Minstrels Tb singing was very much admired Ad vocate JUDGE J M PHILLIPS of Kansas City le hero with old friends Ho lolls us that Mr Andrew F Evans form ly of this place was elected circuit judge on the democratic ticket Inaa week by a majority of over 0000 IN ordering her paper changed It Crab Orchard Mrs J S Stnpp wrl We reached Somerset In safety an soon as I get tho lay of the land will send you some Items Suffice I at that Somerset Is overOolnltpeople flocking hero It wore a new country Houses not be had for love nor hoI tell are turning off guests every day a Miss GRACE SMITH Is qulto sick MRS SUSAN HARRIS of Paducah Is vlslllng shelves here THEODORE POWELL of Adair was here yesterday mingling with friends MRS TTCOVINOTON of Richmond Is too guest of Mrs Geo R Engleman MR S V ROWLAND of Danville was hero yesterday on his way to too mountains on business CIIAS E Cox leaves this week for a Southern trip In the Interest of the CompanyATTORNEY of Lan costar was here yctlcrdity on his re turn from CflinpbollsvlllohlB old home MR AND MRS GBO R ENOLEMAN will entertain the SaufleyEngleman bridal party rU their handsome counlry homo this evening LOCALS CHRISTMAS presents at Muellers PRESTO lc John Bright Jr it Co MENS madrasII to60o Grand Leader Eaas wanted at per A B Florence HAND theC0cklnd 25 coats Grand Leader FRESH Baltlmoro ten always on hand TC Willis BOYS fleeced underwear 23o gar meat Grand Loader clorsalechcaprApply I REMEMRER the vocal coniestTbankt giving and secure scats now YOUNO Plymouth ck furTBMcrapSamedthing every farmer needs Kettinicture at Miss Sacraqse TWOHORSE 6 Taylor power and Hawkins Valley cutting box both DODnyShelby MoKiNNttY roJ E Wares mu etc class will giro a freo concert at th Baptist church McKlnney 6aturdn evening next Everybody Invited HARRY ALLAN DENNIS had no crowd orehnot to to emp ty chain ho cancelled his data Indefl ntloly I HAVENT had a case In m tocourtW R Conan to us the other day An other proof that Stanford Is the be town on the map I I nAvE bad iho best hearing In KenLuckyDutkindly They cant forget They can allforgot writes Bro Barnes JASON WESLEY a one ot the cleverest young men In Casey county has an bounced for the republican nomlDatl maayfrleadTHE remains of Morgan Sutton who was killed by cars at Colorado Springs were brought to Lancaster for Interment His wife was a Miss Smlthwho wat shod by Mr and Mrs S M Spoonamore of the Rubble section MCKofas themto a taraxooD overftowlnJIth JustltonctoIT seems that It aanojoke abo Shelby City baying smallpox but bOYIhaaltlnKtbo thing There are sold to be 12 welldeveloped cease of the loathao disease there but fortunately Is a very mild form TilE many friends of Mrs C IIny Rochester will learn with regret of her death at Independence Mo She was 77 years old and her demise was duo to a complication of troubles Mrs Hoc h ester lived In Stanford until somo 10 years ego when she moved West to mako her home with her daughter Mrs Preston Roberts CROWD of genilemcn were discus leslog the beautiful weather of this fall tho other day when all agreed that It has been an unusually fino season for getting farm work done Yea but I will run entirely out of relay day fob orsaid Mr J E Deuce who knows ab outII as well how to mako every edge cut on farm us the next one MR W H MUELLKR showed us jeicexal wedet selectiont and ci needaeon ey of want anything In his line Watch re pairing lap specialty with him WEDDING presents at Muellers BROWN paper for solo at this office II KID Gloyos all colors Grand Leader EGO a wanted at 20o per dozen A B Florence LADIES 83 walking skirts 1103 at the Grand Leader CALL on Higgins McKinney for heating stoves coal vases etc LOST on Main Street a 15 and II bill Leave at this office and get reward STOREROOM at Hustoavllle for rent Splendid stead for gents furnisher or furniture and undertaking James Frye Hustonvllle Ky REMEMUER that E H Beazley will OperaUoulesive preparations aro already being made for It TilE Lady Maccabees of McKlnnoy will give an oyster supper at Wares Hall on Tuesday night Nor 18th Ev erybody cordially Invited Admission 25e and 15o for children under 12 years of age Come and we will treat you nicely X HaCelers of Louisville have Just gotten out overltblDirInCahandsomemas present almost reasonable price write for a catalogue 132 W Market Street Louisville Ky 3t Mns A Remwil give her Del tarie entertainment at Hustoovlllo Tuesday night Nov 18 with 10 beauti l young ladles The dude drill will a very Interesting and catchy feature he working song by 20 bright child ren will be very amusing Ten young gentlemen will give the dudlne drill nd glue promise of making very pre ty and attractive young ladles No one can afford to miss It A COON STORY MrHanley Dish on of Waynesburg Is the hoes hunter While hunting for squirrels the other day ho saw a coon stick Ila head out of tho hollow of a tree He fired at It and killed it but to ret his game It was necessary to cut the tree down When It fell bis dog went Into the hot low and found out only tho dead coon but four live grown ones all of which foayIN the county court the poeliteCurtis were probated Mrs Sallle Rsmtoy qualified as administratrix of her husband J W Ramsey The Keeley Institute listed at 120000 was reduced 11400 on account of It being listed partly as farming lead Instead of wn property W O Watts qualified a administrator of W A Cash Some thst0 court CIRCUIT COURT William Stratton James Hooker and Moso Adams wero roilgiotmartof selling whisky C B Maycs caught a 120 fino for adultery J M Carter was fined 150 for selling whisky to a minor and Henderson Baugh caught a aomi nor Jesse Price and Orlo Calda were acquitted on the charge of ftlso swearing B P Martin was acquitted renting a house to bo used for Indecent purposes The forgery tees of Jack Downey was thrown out of court Hiram Great for killing Charleysken was given 10 years tom for stealing a watch from M Eubank caught two years STOCKHOLDERS In tho Beaver Creole 011E Gas Co have received tho follow tog letter At c meeting of the board of directors It was discovered upon a careful overlooking of the situation that It It Impossible to run tho affairs withoutut a sloeItk atpele which Is expected to be a producer We have an additional lea vlclmity which Is thought to be of great val ue and promise In short tbo has In the opinion of experts a fine prospect for success But It requires money A meeting therefore has boon ordered by us for Dec 1 1002 for t purpose of Increasing the capital etc of this company to 125000 OUR corn show yesterday was an taro ting event There were 22 cote and the corn was as line as mortal man ever looked upon Mr Den F Ferrlllot Moreland woo the prize of 15 wUllo Mr John H Bright will read too I TERIOR JOURNAL and Courier Jour a year free for having the second best sample Dr Clifton Fowler and Mr J Baugbman of this place and R Cook of Garrard were Judges and the decision was as solid on tory aa one could expect Following ore those wbo took part In tho contest Ai Royally F D Myers two samples W E Amon H M Cook G A Ben edict two samples John Bailey Je Underwood Luther Underwood E S Powell J W Moore D G Portman Ed Wilkinson Taylor Roberts Mottle Tribble J W Eubanks Wnl Leathers B F Ferrlll J H Brig OwMey Dunn 811Orand andLardCOII MR J W opt Casey brought us yesterday an ear of corn on which there are 1321 grates FOR RENT Six room dwelling on Itarden TIlE Graded School team defeated the Hill eleven 11 to 10 in an Interest tag game of foot ball Friday afternoon TUB union services atthe Baptist church Sunday nIght were most inter es ting Every preacher 4n town had something good to say and tho singing was fine experlencepressed him more forcibly than ever of the truthfulness of the old saying a shoemaker had hotter stick to his last He has thrown up too Bar rodsburg Democrat and Mr W P Walton again has charge SAVE money time trouble by ordering papers and magazines from DapLlstArguIGuide Delineator Designer Ladles Homo Journal Modern Prlscllla Mc EvenlDgPotHome Companion Youths Companion etc e Bert Dan lay of Rockford III and elopedoto and were married Robbers made a clean sweep In a beak at Rock Island Texas leaving nothing but the safe Eld J Q Montgomery will preach at Turnersvllle Sunday morning and night Giboney Fs Jeffries Llvory Food Sale Stable Liberty Ky Drummer Rigs a specialty High Grade FeedhorsesTurkeys Wanted MondayNaYr good tat stock I wantonly about 3000 engagementrted large all ores the State- J K CHRISTIAN Stanford Kyele ESTRAY There left my place 3 ewe ewe lamb InformatloaleadingA O DUNN Stanford Ky FORRENT byWmSeveranceJ B OWBLEY STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan themums and Rosos BeddingellPhone 70 ring 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLIC SALE I will on S4turllay NaY lath at 10 AIell at public outcry all of my personal mareByeolIInrfarmlDIttooland kitchen furniture i 0 stands of bees Terms made known on day of sale W IL WRIGHT J C Goode tactiJ w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Repair Shop STANFORDDDoe a general business In both lines and patronaAll other work In proportion A Fine Boyle County Farm For ckSaletheLulnltonone sUe ot a county road and Jon the orrotlt sUe pkndtdi01deliveryTherewould afford water In abundance besides t ponds and cittern at the house and barn The Improvements consist of t twostory hick house with nlnch walls andNofnanecessary am carriage house core crib shop sheds for machinery granary Ice house at the door coal house good or chard grapes tine garden asparagus bid Ac AirAlargebeautllul lawn Interspersed with forrtst trees healthythewheat and grais la acres for corn and w acres for paymentDanvl1eon the C S R R with the Louisville Southern Ex andBidwellprogress and Uattering prospects fur the Iocallon of theState PresbyterIAn school the rIotce to ducall tohaDanvllla from to ti 40 per cent within the next s or years by the most conservative minds Will be sold on reasonable terms and worth the money The pur possessionMiesclay subsoil susceptible of taking on the highest state of futility producing to barrels of corn andts bushel htwhet per acre Is a chance of a lifetime to ret orEo JJlee Wet Weather FootWear Sec the assortment and the splendid values wo can furnish Heavy Boots 8150 to 400 8500Felt8400LighterSpecial value all solid veal calf shoe blucher stylo 8105 Rubbers and Ovcrshoca all styles prices moneyin Cummins S McClary KEEP WARM Overcoats Over Gaiters Over Shirts Over Shoes Under Wear Warm Gloves Latest Things ig the Market TermsH J McRoberts r r I s OUR NOVEMBER SPECIALS 10c All 12jc flannelettes go this month at lOc New and desirable goods just added to this lin- e712c A good line of Red Blue and Black figured percale A lOo value at only 7ic 4c We offer 1000 yards of medium and light calicoes for comforts at 4c yar- dS 13A onepound 10 oz Pot ton bat at only 8io is a bargain 200Buys at our store the best mans seamless shoes A nonripping wear resister 50c You can get a variety for pretty dress goods in Black and Colors H r Goods n a Call 25c Ladles and Childrens fleeced union suits at 25c Will buy a COc undershirtveryheavyshIrts 25cFor a creamcolor marIno drawers for men A SOc 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 kitl or kangaroo 350For a lato style walking skirt5 gore slot scam SEVERANCESONS NEW STORE JOHN BRIGHT JR It CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinwnrc Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Snit and Cement C RUPLEY- The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive 3712mans NICE FARM FOR SALE instounldeprettiest home around Stanford and Is twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights tencIngclsternatdoerroomymeathouleand see the place J S Hundley Stanford pit II y THE JNTERIORJOURNAL Entered n the postoffice at Stanford 01 ttonddau mattt- rysnbltmraotxTvaSap nna rstSava- v 1 PER YE AR GASH When sot iop ld B2OO irlll bechirgedi KNOXVILLE DIVISION o71Tnla going North 1116 a m 026II 250am oIS II II SoolhM1223amHo 23 II 1252pm For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION at1bSamNopS- arrive NoN IWTM Stanford at Stanford 115 a m o 31 leaves Stanford at ISO p m A 8 PRICE I Ivffton Dentist Stanford Ky 09 ovr UeBotttrt Drug Start In the ovtey I BoUdlng R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Kv McKlnnoys Story i ITelephone N 01 H C VHWLAV SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his torvlpos to the people of Lincoln and edjolutugscon tea NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSKS a SDH Prori JUNCTION CITY KY FlrttClnss Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Bale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Ererfhiag firstclass Porters mcetjall trains 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE none and Mules constantly on hand and a for tale at all time W Logan Wood Manager IA M IBOURNE Lancaster Ky Often his services sea Auotoinnr tojithe people of Lincoln County He please both in work price Write to him J+ c+ t4cCiMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER f And Dealearln HABNESS SADDLES C Stanford Ky J L Beazle COJ Undertakers and- Embalmers =ALeoDZJLalaIx PalrnitureMattIngsRupaThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY a E C Walton President- L R Hushes Secretary A Trealurer Central Kentucky Real Estate fxchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No lnOOM and lot in SunCordfite roomball porch In the tear good garden Dflgbborbood dOte to churches lcl1oo Good tar uuall fam fly rice 5aO- No 2tmall farm 37Len5mila from bllo ford HouMOl fourgoodronmsback porch nd I Trrand Hood barn and In good Cut la sir nrld well fenced 30 acres 10 ullhatloo one Icreln fruit trees rest In Ir ilbiii aale at bargain and ean chulbeand Price lfr re SU This la a bargain No SHOUM and lot In Stanford louse wellfecadoOneofp atabl and 5 ama Iod balldlng loU In Iown room enough In front two other cottages or a 2 story front be built to the cottage and b made abesuUatlhome Will be tOld Well u lb owner must have money No 4Two atorr trams dwelling 7 room hat and Tcranda load gtrden fencing and bouw good repair For sale or rent IMce reaonCl NoIIOUIe and lot In Stanford ThiN rooml and Uood prden and stable Uood Will btold cheep houseroom 0011 L Farm of SOacrea 2i miles from Slin ford on county road 23 IfrN In Umbi en orchrdl and reel 10 Two In good bun and outbuildings well wanted and tendElg lately liars no be bought 7Pur price u owner ins In lndunq III and must hare money No fIA farm ol W acre four mile from Sian ford on best pike in the county Sixty acres fo 5 In timothy In dour and IOJ what101enmen II cut In IIx Held weH wU aod priolC tllO atboth dwelllo on and enough timber to make 6060 posts Apleodld buraaa farm and only 20 mlnuU dries from tb roonlY bas recently It luet necacreWeoderig elat I1 50 per acre 1011 29 acres land with nrcwsary Impro gents tulle irons Stantord Dwelling bas Cour porch Large barn amoke rooml house etc ttebwatered and fenced and bulldle In good repair trice reaaonab- leNoKDwelllntofiU room halt and pore n lerrenarv outbuilding garden Alt large to torystore room feet lower room upplli wllb counters shelves etc later in dweltoga llorerooOl also dlfro and wtll oa pia Small actofwore One mile tram Sunfon lluUdln 10 gOOI repair and dwelling originally Best 1100 IDd store over tl200 Will aell both for or rent or sell separately No 11730 acre farm 4 mlW of Crab Orehar Ky Hrlck dwelling Brooms two tenant house two barns well and spring near dwelling Farm In blgb rtau of eullhaton 150 acre river botto ind good fencing fruit etc hire 13750 an act Na 11100 acres W land on Lancaster street 10 lle Spring In no In rorementaeaceptlatgeclock bun abundance ot tock water 0 Iown rrt f3ooo No 13A nice cottage and lot on Lancait reel Htanford room good cittern etc Co I6W will sell for tl No l7A farm of 1M acre near Huitonflll welting of eight room hall veranda etc Oi nant douse Stock barn Urge tobacco barn and olber outbuildings Cistern and good well In tl ltd and water to averl aald on places Fan lit In eaten Selds and IInld 1I11d No SOFrm of 160 acres situated near Slugr He Ky acres In culUraUon S3 In timber ftraj well watered two barns and othi itbulldlngi good repair Dwelling comparative new la within yards of three church acbool rKMlofflce and C 8 Property lie on pltl and county rued and ta the most tarm In that section Wt will well the whole farm lor R400 or la parcel of not lea than acre to iltpurchaier Tbbll certainly cheap property No 9SFarm of 7J acre near Warneaburi DnlUng good barn eta Well watered aod bulldlnga In Productive Um lIonlAod In goo neiyhborhood does to achw dot good road Price 1700 No aIA farm of800 acre In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 8 good bun and other out illdlngf house barn etc about the cents 100 acres All on county road yt mile from eburch school end LaTs well and w1 Iwaltlfd This is a good tobacco farm and would lolt two or this famlllea that might want to com froN the same neighborhood Prlc reasonable No UA farm of 103 acre In Cay county Xy aile and one htef dwellteg with air room barn and other outbuilding Sixty lena U culliulloo 4J acres In timber fruit trees etc L17 well on county rod close to churches acbool etc We only 1000 No 56 Fann of 115 acne In Casey county Two lIor tame dwelling two goal barn and othei taid gooiiid community A barn ttoiaca am- No 7rm oflts acne In Cuty count A lie two story 1 room frame dwelllol and old df1ll0la fair condition Barn and other out bulldlDp On county rotd apleodld tobacco land- well watered two well spring etc This la a d iblebouie PriOlII541O No 68 Flfty acre near PInt Point Ky Frm house I room and Sun and other sent In cultivation rest la ber Well watered Mt yard from potofiicachoo and church 1111 well on and In good rout munlly Price Wo hive buyer for 240 or 300 acre tarn situated from one to tore mile from town Alao buer rabout 100 acrea situated from one to tour mil- Crom town with or without Improvements Also a ayer for an tJ000 to f 000 farm close to town No IS Four houses and lots In Rowland Ky clOOeachTo acre or land near Crab Ortbant- ebNp No 20 Two ory house 9 room hallTeranda aereallndld land adJolnlngla Stanford Prop mln In huuae dI- wrn g waterhome at door IMce 13000 No 22 1Ioule of flTrooina porch one era lfrGund and good table One rom town Fain of US acres S miles from Stanford Fram dwelling of 7 roomat 2 I hues one a log stablo od wagon combined the other aD extra good tnm with cattle sheds altacbed- Barn arranged for enrlne tobacco Alto booer smokehouse and corn crib Fine orchard tang In good repair Well watered former Ie This farm occupied by a owner n yean and II well preferred and improved la schoolIn e 1901 for halt grain rent and la cultivated coro wheat tobacco and clover Title perfec- ttptsentowher13500 u county records wJ1- fIbow O2I Dwelling of room with 20 acre landtt la foreland Uood barn and neceeury I 2 welllia orchard 2 acres 101Irnlrrlee Immedlspotaerton Price 110- 0No26 Frame hotel large rooms double vein dat hallway Etc A large 2 story alororooin IrooUo street feet trom hotel up atalra aulta ble fordwelllng 2 nice cottages nicely furnbbed- plpered and piloted 4 room and veranda each A used u liver table Goo- ddenaanllotadjotning36feet front 200 ftel deep All of this property London and is a fine chance for some one u mate money Iroprllor has refuted to rent property for IX monlb On account of lit health of wile rNlOo for aelllng proprietor dells to exchange farm In Lincoln county acre In Qarrard count- ydlnfromlascaaterly3 All Ingrass timothy donr and bluegrass except 10 acres no waste Und 1loel watered poxU aod- blanebea through theplaceIrheland u rich and produclln grows hemp Newly eon ed with wire and A orchard ravemenla a 14000 twooryetght room frame dwellllll wardrebe In each room cellar eleo newly covered and painted tenant bouIC- barn and other outbuIldings all In good condition In good neighborhood winear 400ryardsof depot office ani ttorc houae Ibla place will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary II all the year for the treatment of- lurglcal and chronic diseases and for cou- lultaUon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profel- Iional bills 4ne when terries are rendered and must be paid promptly 1l v LIBERTY The Maccabees are preparing to havo a big Thanksgiving banquet Nov 21 The little folks had a very eDJoyable social at Chas Phillips last Saturday eveningEld Tilford preached at tbe Baptist church last Saturday evening and Sunday- J H Craddook of Nashville Is here at present representing tho Studebaker Wagon Co R L Williams of Hustonvllle was hero last Sunday Hon Chas Mont gamer Is attending court at Stanford this week Several teachers were hero Saturday to receive their 20 per coot but tbo superintendent Informed them that the draft had not come Mr M S Wllhlte of Montlcel representing an oil company Is bere leasing land for oil operations He securing several leases and thinks Ope orations will begin in tho near future I S Flanagan of Mlntonvlllo was here last Saturday mixing with tho radicals announcing himself a candl date for circuit clerk James Game of Columbia was hero last week on le businessMrs P Tato and Miss Lula Prewltt of Stanford are guests of reI alive here Mrs Kate Meyers and children of Hustonvllle were vlsltln6 her father Mr Winston Bowman lallL week Mrs Mollle Thomas narrow escaped death from u runaway horle last Saturday Henry Thomas paid a visit to his brotherinlaw I C Thor as at Phil last Sunday who Is very low with typhoid fever C C Carson Bnd Gus Jeffries were at Stanford Monday Around the World Every square mile of sea Is estimate to contain some 120000000 fish The Sicily Islands produce yearly ioo one of flowers for perfume making The highest mountain In the moon II- aL least 35000 feet In height that II 6000 feet higher than Mount Every German farms occupy nearly 1000 00 acres In America oa which over 0000000 coffee trees aro planted The sun gives us 30000000 times al much light us all the stars put togetl ereIt Is 600000 times brighter tbae he full moon Great Britain buys over 11000 toos of German toys annually while tho foiled States ranks next with an la ortatlon of about 0000 tone Surinam has the smallest range of imperaturd of any place In the world The summer temperature Is 78 and tho rioter temperature 771 degrees The agricultural returns of Urea Britain for 1902 show that the total un del crops and grass was 3233778 eyesa decrease of 29430 compared lib 1001 The National Museum at Belgradi haa come into possession of a collection of 68000 Roman copper coins recently unearthed near a Servlan village The Idest of them belong In the time of aracallaAt present day on the best au lorltles there are 250000000 Mussul mana In the world The Chrlstlai population Is put at 447000000 but the crease of Islam Is more rapid than that of Its sister religion The Best Remedy for Croup Atchison Kas Daily Guide Thug Is the season when the woman who knowl the beat remedies for croup is in demand in every neighborhood One of- the most terrible things In the world Is to- be awaked in the middle of night by whoop from one of the children Croup medics are almost as sure to be lost case of croup as a revolver is to be lost In the cue of burglars There used to be- old fashioned remedy for croup known u hive syrup and torn but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is better and doeant cost eo- mnch It causes tho patient to throw up- Ihe phlegm quicker and gives relief in Ihorler time Give this remedy as soon as the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It never fails and is giant and safe to take For sale by Craig Hockcr Stanford The highest per capita In circulation tbe United States ever reached lIrep- orted by the treasury on November 1 It has reached 12936 Tho actual clr culatlon that day was 2303111002 00 January 1 1819 the amount In clr culatloD was 1810206721 The Increase Ie wonderful sod ehowe better than any- other method how the wealth of the country has Increased The 10welt- per capita for recent years was 125 03 oa March 1 1000 For A Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reUable medicine like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to loosen and telleve and to allay the irritation and Inflamma tlon of the throat and lungs The soothing and Dealing properties of this remedy- and the quick cures which it effects make it a favorite every where For sale bV- Craig Hocker How far back can you remember Wllllo v asked the Inquisitive visitor Oh ever so far replied the little- fellow I can remember when I could- nOt remember anything at all1 If a hen lay an egg a week the rough it will Just pay for her yurJ and every extra egg will yield a rj 11 6or GOOD LIVING often results in bad health because usuaUyIWhen the good n man Aiat once into work requiring mental effort the result is almost sure to be disastrous because digestion draws upon same nervous forces which arc em ployed in thought In time the atom ach becomes dis eased the pro cesses of digestion and nutrition are imperfectly per there is a breakdownDr Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other o an of digestion and nutrition It eliminates the effete poisonous matter which originates in the system as a cot sequence of imperfect digestion itgive to body I wish to lay to the world that Dr Pierre Golden Medical Discovery hr proved a Jrttlt bless In I to Mr Ellen U Bawl of Shutnbury Ilnnkiln eo taus rrior to September 1897 1 bad doctored for stomas trouble for aevcral year gangthrough a coune of treatment wllhout any real benefit In September 1898 I had very sick and ITcw worse eat but little I commenced In medldDeJandhue faimJ trrfftundt in tna ettnUt- FREB Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent fret on recelt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only 21 onecent stamps for the book in covers or for the cloth bound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V Stopped Against A Hot Stove A child of Mrs Geo T Benson wben getting his usual Saturday night bstl stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child was In great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him Kimeinberin that she bad a bottle of Chamberlain Pain Balm in tho house she thought he would try it In lets than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep and in lees than two weeks W81 well Mrs DentOn U a well known real dent of Kellar Va Ialn Balm Is an an ttseptic liniment and especially value IPraloajFor Messenger shows plainly that Ore Woodson Is not for the model young governor There Is sound sense in th following from the Washington PoIGov Oeckbam has been advised ie Is legally entitled to another term in the Kentucky gubernatorial ottlce But there Is another sort of advice Governor Beckbam should seek Aod that Is the advice which would proven lit putting the democratic party In the position of carrying a nominee of whose eligibility there was doubt What to do Until the Doctor Arrives Ono of my children was taken with ramp colic and suffered severely says B B Klzeo of Monett Mo tclephon ed for a doctor then gayo a due of Cham erlalns Colic Cholera and Dlarrboei Remedy and a few minutes later a sec tad dose Before the doctor came the child was relieved For sale by Craig t Hocker Stanford Near New Haven Bee Parkeraon sod hla horse wero killed by an L N night train the horse becoming Igbtened and backing Into It Farm for Sale Contains 130 acres of fine Hanging Pork tad and has It residence and out utldlng li in a high state of cultivation and U well fenced and watered Is known a the Eo T Young farm and la la Turners yllle neighborhood adjoining B U Cooper RIchard Bibb and A Coffey MOlt of- the land la In S M Owens agen- lor Mrs Jl E You- ngFREES TREES By The Million Fruit and ornamental Trees Orapo Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrub and every tblng for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ ro agents but sell direct Catalogue on application II F IiILLEiMEYFR k SON- Lezlagtan Ky1 If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial r J R J B Oeo WO II Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids When the liver U torpid and falla to do Ita work the bite enter the blood u a virulent poison Then jeomea oonatipauon bUlouaceM tick headache fevers and malaria The only treatment that gives the liver just the right touch and lana Nature work in the right manner DA1l0HS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS The pill touches the liver and the pellet tow the eyiternX i Jdoes tor 9 days eot 2S eenu and un V lea your eaaa la exceedingly bad you SS will be well before you Dnlh them jt Bunple free Kor WateaU dealer A Rnlo by Pennys Drug Store nod W 11 Mollobcrta I II COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO W 8aoceor to The Farmers Hank it Trust and under same oontlnnonalyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relatloni will prove mutually benafleial First NationalStanford ICf BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus IOOt0 This Institution wa originally established a tho Del Olll limit of In 1151 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In uas and again reorganized as the First National Haik of Stanford In 18SJ having had practically an uninter rupted axltence It better supplied now with facilities for transact Inff boalce promptly and well than ever tefcre In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Tray lor J iCt UURA IN wnisku Brantlu Wines Bee Glaars Etc Omrpintir House KY Clore to OpetIPrompt t atltntten Nothing but tile U lo drink Mill pbon cr telegraph oilers rectli prompt atteetlea For Salt or Rent Property known as The Rnisell Bprlnra of acre 3ft In woodland and II under cultivation Improvement alII room howl one cottage of 3 of rooms tarnished throughout and In goo repair Near the hotel is a of cba Ijbeate water which has been analvied and II known to have fine medicinal properties The summer patronage II transient the year A Sot opening for an enterprising hotel man For further Information term address or call on Vaughan Graham Itaaitll Bpilnjr Kentucky TIMBER Lu ND FOR SflLE In order to settle the rartnenhlpbullneu- of John Dents Jr and 0 Iionta baYIng died last December we will IOU 3790 acre of timber lund In Adalrcoun t y Ky This land contain between 4000 100 sad 8000000 feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory This tract of land le ciao to the famous oil field of Wayne and II exceedingly well idspted for agrIcultural purpotlll the land U In one body It is a bargaj fouome one For particulars apply to J 0 COULTEIl Mlddloburc Ky Or to E M Ilardln Harrodaburg or Oscar lonta Faulkner Ky eC15tS e s L8XlnGTOnD8mO Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5a Year U Is especially devoted to the Interest of the Democratic party and give all the news without fear or favor P Walton Editor Pror IWI Lexington Ky w Officers S H BIIANK8 President J U OWSLEV Outlet W M liniOHT- Aait Caihlsri Officers J HOOKKIt PreaX J J MOUOIIEUT8 Chr W U WEAKEN Ilk- prDlreotors V Reid Lincoln T Harris Lincoln Oo J S hacker Lincoln Oo CoJM n Elmore Stanford StanfordTJam Robinson Hubble JanrordW Small Farm For Sale i Small farm of 20 acre on Hanging Fork near Peytons Well for sale cheap IfalItwoitorr Owelllnc and fair walredONo1 Small Farm For Sari eoantyrlllIroollJtIHboUNtuerne large atotk barn large tobacco barn good un hurteaStemGU y Co Kr EJYJEJYJ 6 That socalled cheap iusuranco ia fThatrnium may cost you a hundred in a j 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