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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14 1902 9 A M NO 72 NEWS NOTES m A great French Industrial school to be eitabllsbed at Chicago George Cnbbnrt a noted portrait painter ot New York li dead Tbo Colted Daughters of the Confed erac aro In eitloo at Now Orleans Three Negroes were burned to death In tbo penthouse at Charleston S C Two miners foil down a 200foot abaft at Mt Hope N JM and wore killed i Tbe cashier of a bank at Woodstoclr Va U abort In his accounts and miss log Fire destroyed tbo Budnut Hominy Mllh at St Joseph Mo Lou 1100 000 Southern naval stores have con toll dated with a capitalization of 13000 000Edward Nlltod a Chicago detective tore open telMnfilcted wound and diedIt I estimated that the Mollniuz trial bn cct on both aides nearly I500COO srAt Dourdam Franco M Auclori lowered tbo automobllo record for a mile to 40 seconds At Mcmpbli a woman ibot anti mortally wounded a Negro who was at tcmptlpc to enter her room Arthur Colcat a protnlnvov river pilot of Iftduonb was found dead on a itciroboal near Florence Ala Tnu alarming Illueii ul Mil wife hn caused Mark Twain to cancel all his engagements for tbo tltna being Gross receipt at the Loultvlllo poet office for October were 151001 a gala of 17001 over October of last year Powell llaltorwlikl acoafciicd train wrecker was lentonced to seven years Imprisonment WlUcsbarrc 1a Sumner Johnson a Negro was ibot and killed while attempting to force an entrance Into tho room of Miss Lula Den at Poplar Bluff Mo President Roosevelt and tormer President Cleveland wero the guests of honor at the dedication of thn now Chamber of Commerce In New York Mollneur was acquitted ot the mur der of Mn Adam and was Klron a great ovation br the cro assembled theIn the courtroom and on outside The wage controversy which threat coed to tie up the twitching terminal In Chicago has been adjusted The men will receive a 12 per cent increase 4Thero are about 30 cues of nnallpoz at Loxlretoo all under quarantlno or In tho pestbouM The disease U of a mild form and no deaths have been re portedAt Caldwell county Tom Ordway ibot and killed A D Mo oly Two years altO Moieljr while iorvng a Town Marshal shot sad killed Ord ways father At Kansas City John Scanton a form or pollcemin shot and killed Dr W IL Klmborlln an oculist and then committed suicide Scanlon left a note faring the ocullit had destroyed hit eyes Cutrate drugglttt and others not cutraten barn formed the United Drug Company to reduce the cost of viaany articles not bandied by them The capital stock U 1500000 and the company will aim to do away with Job bens Increased postal receipt hue fol lowed the Inauguration of the rural tree delivery service A roeorameadatlon tOt il2i6W800 for future neceiatlfe that branch It made In the annual re port of Robert J Wynne First Assistant Postmaster General J PJcrpont Morgan to guard against a panic In the event of his serlont ness or death hat organized the North American Co with acapltal of 112000 000f be company will look after all In erteeta controlled by Mr Morgan which are estimated at 15084230627 Gov Dockbam hopes to pay out by Christmas all the monoy due the soldiers of the First Second and Third Kentucky regiments for lorvlcot before they were muttered Into the army during the SpanishAmerican War The work of signing tbo chocks le to begin at once and paymasters will be sent out to settle with tho soldiers THE OLD RELIABLE I fIOY4a KI rf uER7HEIi1S MthUSTITUTE Report of Executive Committee Meeting at Danville The democratic executive committee of the 13th Judicial District of Ken tucky met at Danvlllo at 10 oclock Monday morning to consider the petl tion of over 2000 democrats In the dis trlct for a primary election The committee requested those can didate who were present In person and by representatives to make any luggettlont they desired J M Rotbwell a candidate from Garrard for Commonwealths attorney arose and earnestly requested that tho race for the nomination for Commonwealths attorney be In some way sepa rated from the overshadowing race for the judgeship and asked for a separate primary election at different time to determine that particular nomination Judge John W Hughes a candidate for the same oBlco from Mercer to an energetic speech made tho tame do mend In the interest of fairness nod harmony nOD J S Owiley Jr a candldato for tbo lame oMce from Lincoln made the same demand In deference to the unquestioned desire of the party In the district Judge Ben F Roach of Mercer rep rcicnilcir Mr W Coon Bellnld that Mr Deli had announced himself after the oil for a ranventloii and felt that ho was stopped from objicltng to the convention method and was latUQed with It Mr Robert Harding a candidate for the judgeship from Boyle bad no rep reientallve other than those In the committee who were popularly luppoe ed to represent him Col W G Welch of Lincoln rep resenting Judge M C Saufley said there was unqucitlonably In the die irlcC Mlronc andtlncero desire among democrat for a primary and that Jf tbeor wero DO objection and there teemed to be none to tbo absolute fair new to all candidates of a primary election It teemed plain that It was not only right but good politic In a clap district to pay some respect and deference to the pronounced with of the party While each democrat In a contest for tbo nomination desired hit choice to win now wo all at democrats desired the nominee to win lathe final race The committee could not at the outset afford simply for the pride of opinion to affront so large an element In fact ft majority of our own party and endanger Its sucess In the final race He said further that the request of three out of four of the candidates for JutaadImet by rescinding the former Illcon ildered order for a convention and calling a primary under the law fully safeguarded against any polblllty of fraud and In which each democrat In the district could express his Individ ual preference not only in the judge race but also In the race for Common wealth attorney The committee then retired for con deration Mr Reed Nlcholt the committeeman from Boyle moved that the committee cooventloo1nonlute that the former action calling a convention be rescinded The substitute motion failed to re cole a second and the original being put was carried by a vote of three to one Boyle Garrard and Mercer voting for It and Lincoln against It The committee then adjourned Wo sincerely feRret that for tome political reasons Judge Thomas Z Morrow bat withdrawn from the race for the nomination for Circuit Judge In hit district Judge Morrow was a sue cciiful and accomplished lawyer the nominee of hit party for Govenor and when he wee elected judge ho brought excellent native abllltlvei rather un usual tcbolsitto and professional cul turn and wide experience to the judi cial service of his State He bad served well In the Federal army and risen to tbo rank of Colonel Ho has been on the bench three terms and hit Im partiality Integrity courtesy Industry and competency have been recognized and admired by every one who practiced In any of his courts and by those who were familiar with his career at judge The republicans and demo cratt United In commendation and con fidence Lexington Herald Get a free sample of Chamberlains1 Stomack and Liver Tablets at Craig b Hockor drug store They aro easier to tike and more pleasant in effect than pill Then their use Isnot followed by consti pUlaRegular THE Lady Mac abee of McKlnney will give an oyster supper at Wares Hall on Tuesday night Nov 18th Ev Admll8lou25c younicely 225iat MATRIMONIAL John A Wllioo of Frankfort aged 74 has just married hit fifth wife In Swedish towns tboaveragc marry ing age of males li 301 years and of females 27- 1Adjutant General David U Murray will be married on December 18th next to Mist Irene Moorman of Glen deanFred Kubr a widower of 39 and Mist Ernestine Lenke were married at the Lutheran church Ottenbelm Wednei day Isaac Brackott and Miss Ora Breed love wore made one at Rev Ed Hub bard by that gentleman Wednesday evening R A Scearce a widower of Ander son and Miss Minerva Smith were marred at the courthouse yesterday by Rev O M Huey PuuITTCnANCELLORAt110clockNedaeeday church Mr Meredith E Pruitt led Mill Lucle Chancellor were joined In wedlock holy bond Rev DJ Ron pastor of the Mothodlil church per forming the ceremony The church was beautifully decorated with evergreens palm and chrysanthemum nd the building bad been darkened for the occasion On entering the church the bride and groom passed up the right anAO preceded by Messrs A J Ad ame and Veil Chancellor ushers while up the other aUto walked the other Ushers Memrs George A Dlnwlddlo and Reed Embry On reaching the pulpit which was a veritable moss of flowers the happy pair were mot by the man of God who made them one In it pretty ceremony At the organ dur ing tbo ceremony Miss Minnie Straub rendered the sweetest of music asiUt ed by Mr O E Cox on the violin Th e bride who is a lovely young woman was dressed in a traveling suit of cas- tor cloth nod ibo carried a massive bunch of white chrysanthemums Al ways pretty her beauty never ihowed to better advantage She It the eldest daughter of Mr and Mr Bedell Chan cellar and le one of the most popular young ladles of her section Mr Prultt le a West Ender and is a One young manmoral Industrious and clever He bit been a pedagogue for a number of years but has bad time enough to look after his furniture and undertak log business at Moreland as welt as to do considerable courting Ho le of the firm of Pruitt Broi Moreland and that bo has the confidence of the peo ple of his section li proven br tbo liberal patronage be and hit brother re calve Amid a shower of rice and well wishes Mr and Mr Prultt took the noon train for Fleming county where they will spend come tlmn with the groom liter Mrs Welburn The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends Itt bet wlihcs to the happy young folks and asks for them abundant happiness and long life Letter remTexas ARLINGTON TEXAS Nov 8thIt- ako pOD In hand to write you a few lines from the Lone Star State the home of the cowboy Tht 11 good old democratic State from line to line The primary election here Is somewhat like It is In Eastern Kentucky When a man It put out bore on the democratic ticket he le considered elected The option on tbo 4th Including the State election reminded me more of a peaceful Sunday In Kentucky than a State election There was no excite moot whatever no buying nofloat era The State went democratic to a man Hurrah for the Robs They are coming to the front Lookout for tbo next National Election It le go leg to be tbo hottest one Uncle Sam ever saw Old Kentucky will do her part and dont you forget It for the seldom falls This Is a fine country down here provided a person likes hnU a good farming country About 70 per cent of all the land it in cultivation Cot ton will average about onethird of a crop this year but It will bring a good price The rainy season hat begun In earnest Hat been raining for the last week and Is tttll pouring down Farm era are expecting a good crop next year on account of being so much rain this fall This li a buntora paradise for game In plentiful The jack rabbit cotton tall squirrel and quail are plen tiful In the Western part of the State There are alto wolf deer end coyoate Well Mr Editor I guessjmy letter la a little lengthy and 1 had bettor close Dont forget to send mydadi paper I remain a true democrat till death 0 B KINO InIers drug store and get a tree sample ofI Chamberlains Stomach land Liver lets One or two doses will make you well They alto cure biliousness sick headache and constipation STOP and see Higgins McKlnneys new platform tcalat on truoka Some thing every farmer needs LANCASTERI Cattle trading li lively Sportsmen are preparing for an on slought on birds T A Anderson bought a horse of 8125I of turkeys In at W S Embry told to T J Curtis of Madison five 1009pound cattle at 4o Duncan barbershop has been moved to tbo room Adjoining the Geiger gro ceryIflee to the rooms above J C Thomp eoas store Some Lancaster trawlers will go to Danville to play another match game with the Boyle team Mis Elvereo Wallace pupil will give a box supper at Beechwood schoolhouse on Friday evening Nov 21 Rev J E Wolford of this city Is Holding a protracted meeting at Brod bead and Is having good attendance Elder A R Moore held cottage prayer meeting at the residence of Mr Wednesdaydroning Dr J B Klnnaird and other bavo bought building lots In the section ly ing along the road to Intersect Water street eotbualIaatlcflower this season Mrs O D Powell and Mr Joe Falconer having unusually fine collections Tbo fresh tender verdure of the pas turn lands and the blossoming lilacs crape myrtle and strawberries are almost convincing proof that It it May Instead of November Mr George Wright has rented what was lately Dr Sandllne office from Mrs Fox and will convert It Into a dwelling adding a front and side ve randa and another room In the rear Erasmus Bettlt was adjudged of un sound mind on Tuesday and taken to the E L Asylum at Lexington Wed nesday He has been In falling health for sometime and it in a decline from consumption The Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church will have an exchange on the day before Thanksgiving the proceed i to be used toward the repairs that are nearlog completion upon their church edifice The day of publication of The Cen tral Record hat been changed from Thursday to Friday afternoon Mr Landram the editor is striving to give the people the very best In the way of a local newssheet and be Is deserving of every encouragement Messrs Jones and Alander of Springfield 0 bought of C A Robin ion 152 fine yearling cattle weighing about 800 pounds at 41 to 4lc It la said to be the bet lot of yearlings that ever left this county Tbe purchasers are Ohio democrats- A Lancaster hunter was out Wedge day In the vldlnlty of DudderAr Mill on Dlx River and started up a flock of wild ducks of the rare greenbead varlet He followed them down the stream for a mile but never succeeded In getting a shot at this desirable game Mrs W H Wherrltt now has her extensive collection of chrytantbe mums In full bloom and is delighted to exhibit them to all friends and lovers of flowers She doubtless has the most varied private selection In Central Kentucky and the most thrifty plants One bush alone bearing over 400 blos some Edwin L Barker will present his monologue plays at the court house on next Monday evening for the benefit of the Ladles Aid Society and a large audience will doubtlen be given the talented Chicagoan Prof SandforA Bell ot Bloomington Ind asserts that varyfirstthe American public The evenings program wilt Include music by local talent and a voting contest for the most popular merchant doctor and lawyerMr Mri Baylor Jennings of Spencer county are hero visiting their old homo Mrs J S Robinson li visiting Mr Jacob Robinson and wife of Boyle Mr Towlet Walker and wife are visiting at Corbin Mr and Mrs T B Long left this week for Clinton Mo Mrs MP Friable has been on the tick list Miss Annie Francis It visiting her slater at Corblo Mr and Mrs K L Tanner of McKinney are guests of Mrs W K Shugar Will Noel of Danville la vllllolr relatives in this vicinity Eliza Smith returned from a visit to Lexington Monday Mrs E Jt Mock of Lexington Is visiting her daughter Mrs J W Soper Dr G M Hayes of North Carolina Mrs Hayes and daughter of Missouri are guests of Mr John T Hayes and family Miss Martha Hume has returned to Lexing ton Mrs Emma Blgglnbotbam and nephew John Anderson aro visiting DlrmingbamAlafrom Oklahoma declaring Kentucky good enough for him Dr H M Marsh of Danville was here Wednes = day The Misses Mark burr Jeft for Nanhvllle Wednesday Miss Fannie Farley of Eastern Kentucky Is visit ing Mrs RO Ward Mrs R 0 1fraAD Being well Dressed Is half the battle of life anti to be Well Dressed does not mean expen sively dressed if you buy the right goods nt the right place This is the placewe have the goods IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T o MILLER Danville KB SOLD BY BETTER HEALTH I Comes with Coles Original Hot Blast Stove Because the temperature is even day and night and colds are only a memory Then there is comfort in dressing in a warm room without starting a new fire All these comforts and jnore if you buy Coles Original Hot Blast Be ware of Imitations Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY azLi cdcral w n II a t rI A preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on slip clothingAllW B McRQBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY aU S Ammunition Hunting Vests c We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for J CASE Craig Hocker STANFORD CARSON PENCE JDEALKKS IN i Carriages jBuggiesJPhae tons Wagons Buck boards Harnesslot Full and complete stock of the above always on handand arc sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap RobeS vt i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wycie County lIa candidate for state Tr u arer suMtct to the salon of the Democratic putr ROBERT HARDING of DgnTlllt Is a cant ldete for Circuit Judge tub feet to the action or the IHraocntle party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mtrorr It a candidate lor Commonwealths At torney In this the 13th Judicial district subject to the action of the democratic party IT IB stated that the presidents tnea saga will deal with both tho control the trusts and the revision of the tar- Iff but the tariff question will be sub ordloated In a nuked manner to that of the trusts The line of argument ItI Is understood will be that until leg latlon can be obtained for the enforcement of publicity In trust operations there Is only one course to pursue namely to make use of such judicial weapons as existing statutes put Into the bands of the government Inquire whether any of the Industrial combina done are breaking the laws we already have and If there Is any reason to be- lIeve they are to prosecute and punish them All this sounds well but why hasnt the president had a few prose cuted and punished before this HAVING been found to be loyal to the republican party Oklahoma and New Mexico are quite certain to be ad witted to the union It Is to be hoped that In a buret of congressional magna nimity Arizona which happens to bo slightly democratic will be admitted with the other two flourishing territo ries Whenever a territory Is entitled to admission Its politics should cut no figureWREN the poet wrote about the melancholy days the saddest of the year he hadnt lived to see this glo rious November rival October In beauty Yesterday was about like the good old summer time and made glad the hearts of all especially those who cant afford the Increased price of coal Surely the Lord Is tempering the wind to the shorn lamb TOE Coal Blacks have triumphed over the Lllv Whites In Georgia A revenue collector who assisted In keeping Negroes out of the Republl can convention has been fired on complaint of Negro bosee YouI dont see any collectors In Kentucky kicking the coal blacks out of conI ventions A WASHINGTON dispatch says that r Commissioner Yerkes refused to dis cuss his recent campaigning In Ken tucky Of course he did It certainly would have bees no pleasure for him to tell tbereporters that every county he spoke In gave Increased democratic majorities Such Is true nevertheless NORTH CAROLINA sends a solid demo osratlo delegation to the next congees and the election of a democratic legislature Insures a democratic successor to Senator Prltchard The evolution of a white republican party In the South Is evidently to be a movement of glow growth TAKING the United States asawhole the census shows that one person In every 40 has a telephone It Is said that San Francisco leads the world In the generality of telephone use There one person In 12 has a telephone A CHICAGO bicbeior has offered a prize of 125 for the best love letter written by an old maid As there are no old maids In Stanford we suppose the offer Is of no Interest In this city POLITICAL The Virginia Legislature assembled Wednesday In regular session i Geo M Fortune of Glasgow voted for his 63rd consecutive time last election Indianas total vote at Tuesdays election was 500071 a falling off of 65891 from two years ago i Republicans carried Hawaii by 2000 electing a republican to succeed Robt A WIlcox as a delegate to Congress Lane the democratic nominee for governor of California who was beaten by 3500 votes charges fraud and will contestHon John G Carlisle ant other lead leg democrats aro said to favor the nomination of Grover Cleveland for president In loot State Senator W A Byron of Bracken county has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomina tion for Attorney General Thomas S Byars James Frazier J M Donahue and N B Waugh are all announced candidates to represent Shelby county In the next Legislature George W Dunn chairman of the Now york Republican State Commit tee Is mentioned as a probable succes sor to Senator Platt of Now York who It Is reported may decline re electionSenator Deboei gubernatorial aspir ations are said to be influenced by his desire to figure In the distribution of Kentucky patronage on which Repre lent tlve Roreleg Is expected to have a monopoly after March 4 0 k f It Is very probable that Gen Dan Collier will succeed Pension Agent Leslie Combs We hope he will Uov Beckham has Issued a procla matlon setting aside Thursday Nov 27 as a day of thanksgiving and prayer Dr W Godfrey Hunter resigned as U S Minister to Guatemala and the president selected Leslie Combs at present pension agent in Louisville to succeed him At a meeting of the Joint City and County Democratic Committee at Lex legion January 0 was selected as the date for the primary for tho selection of nominees for Circuit Judge Circuit Clerk and general county and city oftl- ces Julian H Bingham Collertor of In ternal Revenue for Alabama was roof moved from office and Joseph O Thompson a brother of the democrat Ic Congressman from the fifth district was appointed to succeed him Tbo removal was because of President Roosevelts displeasure over the tac tics of the Lily White Republicans with whom BIngham was Identified iTHlS AND THAT An attempt Is being made to develop a vice presidential boom for Gov Dur bin Worried over a law suit an Iowa far mer committee suicide by taking hog cholera medicine The rumor that there Is danger of another coal strike In Western Ken tacky Is denied in Madlsonvllle The Marshall will contest at Cyntbl sea closed with a verdict for Mrs M L Marshall the contestant Judge Evans sentenced Banker Mc Knight of Louisville to a terra of six years on the fourth conviction Walter Peck aged 16 was shot and kIlled near Flemlngsburg and Alvin Burgess is charged with the murder Financial students in the Treasury predict that there will be 1000000000 In gold In the treasury within the next five years Miss Louise Hoge daughter of a Chicago banker died after being III a month and In the care of rr Christian Science healer Bishop Camlllus P Mae of Coving ton Ky was reelected secretary ofI the board of trustees of the Catholic University America Temple Pitman was murdered by his brothorTilford Pitman near Merrl mao His head was beaten to a jelly with a maul The murderer is an es aped lunatic from the Lakeland Asy lum The anthracite mine owners In their reply to the statement of John Mitch ell president of the Mine Workers all declare their unwillingness to make the recognition of the miners union an Issue In the arbitration now in progress George E Roberts director of the mlntyreports that for 1001 the precious metal production of the world was Gold 1263374700 silver commercial value 1104000100 The United States net gain In lie gold stocks was 163800 000 The United States Steel Corporation has leased 5000 acres of coal lands In Sullivan county Ind This step is said to have been taken to guard against the gradual failure of gas supply and will obviate the necessity of removing the companys Western plants IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jerry OConnor aged 86 is dead at Harrodsburg Andrew Jacksons hooo near London burned Loss 11500 Archer Harmon of Boyle was drlv en insane by fear of hell Mrs Ed Abell committed suicide by shooting In Nelson county William Archer was accidentally shot while hunting near Burgln Sam Lewis an old soldier of Clay was run over and killed by a train near London Llge Bledsoe colored who claimed that he was 128 years old Is dead in Mercer Mrs James Brown of Madison Is lead aa the result of a dose of carbolic acid taken probably by mistake- C P Cecil Jr the enterprising Main street groceryman will establish a farming Implement barnessand wagon store at Perry vllle on or about the first of January Will Foster will have the charge of the new store At a meeting of the Board of Control of the Q C it was decided to build 11000 feet of new side track at the Danville depot Immediately This will make a aidingSAVE dering papers and magazines from Hettlo Harris Crab Orchard Baptist Argus Christian Herald Christian Guide Delineator Designer Ladles Home Journal Modern Prlscllla Mc Calls Magazine Saurday Evening POll Western Recorder Womans ionic Companion Youths Companion etc C M WISEMAN SON leading jew lens of Louisville have just gotten out a new catalogue embracing everything In the jewelry lino If vou want a handsome article suitable for a Christ mal present at most reasonable price write for u catalogue 132 W Market Street Louisville Ky 3t FOCNDSet of turCall at this office BROWN paper for sale at this once Jn II j The Slowest Train On Record Au old traveling man who seemed to be very loquacious jolly and full of fun amused as well as entertained quite a largo crowd of passengers the ott day at the Unfon depot In Montgomery Ala While waiting for a delayed train he said that ho had traveled over tbo United States from Maine to Mexico and the greater part of Europe and had ridden on a great many tralne of the different named roads but the slowest that bo over had tbo misfortune to ride on was several years ago on the old Kentucky Centra Railway that ran between Rowland and Richmond Kentucky Ho said that the conductor assisted him and his little son on the train at Rowland Ho then yelled All Aboard Tho train wcut togging slowly alont and to piss ofT the time aa agreeably as possible under the trying circumstances be commenced getting acquainted with the passengers on board by talking and laughing with them something similar to traveling on a steamer The train stopped at Fort Estlll to take on some passengers The conductor came leisurely along through the coach talc Ing up the tickets Just before enter Ing Richmond be Went up to my son and said Your ticket pleaoe Ho responded by saying Mr Conductor you have taken up my ticket but It has been so long ago I suppose you have forgotten about It as I was then riding on a halt tare ticket dont you remember the old man and little boy that you assisted on the train at Rowland Wo gave you two tickets reading from Rowland to Richmond although sloe the transaction I have grown to be quite an old man almost In my dotage have become weak and very feeblogray and baldheaded and have grown whit arson myself longer than my fathers II The conductor gave him a suspicious look and said to him Well I sup pose I will have to give you tho benefit of the doubt and let you go on to your ruination without any further bin Irance WILL G McKiNNEY CHURCH MATTERS Eld J Q Montgomery will preach Turnersvlllo Sunday morning and IghtRally day will be observed by the boys and girls of Turnersvllle Sunday oext Everybody Invited Congressman Vincent Borelng leased 100 acres in the oil fields of Knox for a bonus which is said to be 12100 Rev J Randall Farris of Loxlng ton will preach at the Christian church Crab Orchard Sunday morn Inlr and night Rev Geo A Farley of Moorefield hal accepted the pastorate of the Cane Run Christian church of Burgin to sue ceed the Rev W S Houchlns Exercises will be held at the Turn ersvllle church Sunday night begin ning at 7 oclock for the benefit of Home Missionary work Everybody Is Invited The congregation of the Broadway Christian church Lexington voted to postpone for two weeks final action on tbo question of introducing Instrumen tal muslo at the regular services Gentry Farris Menefee have made a decided improvement in the appear anco of their store by the addition of some handsome show cases They are of the most uptodate patternAdvo cateA most interesting meeting is in progress at the Baptist church and Rev O M Hueys sermons are said to be very fine that of Tuesday night be- Ing especially good The afternoon services begin at 2 oclock and tho eye ning services at 645 An interesting program has been printed by this office for Mission Cir cle No 1 of the South Kentucky Bap tist Association for is meeting with Clear Branch church Nov 29 and 30 Rev J B Ferrlll and Alvah Lucas are the committee In charge GOOD newspaper outfit for salo cheap Apply or write this office STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan themums and Roses Floral designs on short notice Redding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season one9 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache orXldDeYlCUREBltdder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Lr Fennel Ho boa spent a lIfo time curing just suck Cosoa as yours All consultation had severo case of kidney disease and matterxeredlntenaopain atracted with KIdUer nod Backache Cure cured us both F M WUEELCU Ia- utgistatOellI Ask forOook Book Free ST VITUS DAN CESura Cure Fredonlll NY tI 4 t i i 0 If 0 5i tyje e f Fi The Grand LeaderA 1 fl This week we will offer you some rare bar J It gains in cold weather needs H S 10 pieces heavy outing ilnnncl nt 5c yardI Pink Blue Brown t and White Outing Sic J Heavy wool filled johns atlGc yard- Extra heavy unbloeched cotton nt Co all Ladies honvy grey mixed hose at J lOc pair 171 heavy blankets nt 05c pair Largest size 7 pound comfort 9Sc a each Boys fleeccunderwear best made 230tLadies heavy Melton walkingskirts at 1S fIi liens 1 shirts at 50c this week Mens heavy shoes at 9Sc 125 1 for i f i et LEVY Props s L t t t J 5 A i e iS A ita a e PARKE HAIR BALSAM CltuM inj banns IM fete IToraotM a tniwUol poitiu Unn Fall to Ilrrtor y llilr to It Youthful OoToi Cum I desire to rent my property situated on Somerset street H mile from town consist log of dwelling of seven roomy beside kitchen and servants room and a one ccl tar imokebouto chicken house coal house nod a good stable and 10 acres of land 3 hydrant In the and toretockl well cittern combined near the door drinking purposes Bald property In rood repair JAB 1 fi at Law Office la Masonic Bide SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the Stale Courts also In United States and Courts Collection made and promptly 1 We whose names appear below strict forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tresspasslng on places and will prose cute violators to the extent of the law J Novln Carter I W Carter James McCormack J P flavor Mrs Margie Hlbb James N Cash Mrs J M White James HerAlex TrayUr Tom Stone UltsMattle Joseph Ballon J W Banchman T Harris W H Dudderar U F Lawrence J T W P Grime Mrs Malc na Lawson T A Inca 3lrs Mary C Glveni J B locker Peter Balmer W E Amon A D Root E T Ience Coo O Hopper ITo the Coal t Having bought out Hlgglns k Sims the coal dealen we now flre red to turgid the people of Stanford and surroundlnl countrv with the best brands of coal at th lowest market price cash Farmers we will take your hay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solid your trade and guarantee weight your money Orders at coal house phone 41 or Iloones livery stable No 0d Sj KY for Sale I will offer at private sale my propert situated on the north of Main and o1 east side of College street In Hustonville Ky of and livery tabh and vacant This property Is well ar ranged hotel or house and livery stable having on same a nice liven barn 63x73 and outbuildings neccssar for hotel and livery purposes and good va cant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property la well for private an Is now rented for that rpoee It yof want good paying In lIuatonUle call on or U 8 Carpenter lIultoo vllle Ky n 150 and 2 Childrens heavy shoos at 50 G575c i and 1 i liens heavy underwear at 21c gar monte Mens heavy boots at 125 150 and 250 e Boys heavy boots at l2o 150 and 8175 Ladies heavy ribbed vests at 15c enc 1ietMenspair Boys overcoats 2 250 and l Mens overcoats X360 850 750 and 10 liens allwool pants at 150 2 cult 3 t Come to the Grand Leader your wants We save you money and sell you the best goods i THE GRAND LEADERHAYS Ie B EVYMonngori i S I i r-eaatosrtig FOR RENT one one for BROWN BROWN Attornoys remi- ttedPOSTED our Consumer are for for Boono Duacvn5T- RNPOfU Hustonville Property consisting lot for all pl 2 3 5 A QUARTER t Of the time usunllspont in tho selection of Bridal Prowfontacan bSAVED hero nnd in nionl Instances n QUAil FEll of the iirioo too come and BOO us W H MUELLERStanford 11 We Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they get hero with out insisting Tho public at largo is not ono half as particular as we are in this matter of inure drugs or in to tho accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In the buying selling or compounding of drugs we never guess Wo make sure that everything is right in every particular to us li Pennys Drug Store WHY Stanford I Ky r Jbeforetion of your Household Furniture and Supplies Large assortment and Prices will convince you f r ja L CARPENTER li Low r Istanford i DrsR Goldstein t OP LOUISVILLE KY litSST ASAPS HOTEL pr THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOV 13 fit 14 j There are numerous conditions where glasses aro required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting pales In eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensation li In or about the eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect your childrens THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYM Nov 14 1002 easyInproperhonenot do botter It yon paid us doublo tbo price which IB always reasonable Pen cye Drug Store rPERSONALS Mn JS UOCKBH U up after several days Illness THOMAS U SHANKS returned from Loxingtonyesterday- Du U GOLDSTEIN U at too St Aaap Hotel for today only Miss MAIL Ouuins of Garrard Is with Mr S R Cook REV It U MAIIONY went to Mt Vernon yesterday on business Miss EMILY DBAUNETT of Rich mond It with Mrs T O Willis TWINS a boy sad a girl havo arrlr ed at tbo homo of Thomas Manuel JOHN NKVIUB and Wcaren Hughes wont up to Mt Vernon Wednesday Miss MOLLIE DROOKS of Crab Orchard visited Mrs M C Williams Miss MATTIC SACRAY of Lancaster Is spending a tow days with her sisters hereWE are glad to state that Mr J D Paxton wife and little Josephine aroI all bottorIMil C D REID of Qustonvllle spent several days with his parents land R0MissItlog Mr t M Dunn at Marcollus Garrard countv J D WILLIS of Oath county was hero with his brother T Chenault Willis Tuesday VEST CHANCELLOR of Lexington attended the PrulttChancellor wedding WednesdayBaMil came up Tuesday to be present at the Prultt Chancellor marriage HON W W oTElHENSON of flat I rodiburc was hero on legal business several days this week Mns W D MOSS who has been vls lllofr In Lancaster took the train here yesterday for Mlddlelboro LEWIS LANDRAM tho cleverest newspaper mtn In the State was bore from Lancaster Wednesday- S HELTON M SAUKLEY of tbe Lox Ington Democrat came over to attend the SaufloyEnjfleman wedding MISSES GEUROIA NEWIIOHN acd Katberlne Alcorn of Duitonvllle are with the Misses Adams In Danville MR AND MRS W D LAND baveI moved back to Rowland from Garrard 4aDd their friends are glad to have the hero again J D nOLDBRMAN of Frankfort bethatt house the other day nON A OWSLEY STANLEY Con gresmae elect from tbe Second dl s trlct taught school at nustooyllle a year or so He has many friend In tho I West End MR C H VANARSDALE of West End who was knocked down and robbed some weeks ago was hero Tue day looking not very much the worse from wear flQeldfamily of Mr Terry Goode and other friends near Hustonvllfe has returned to her homo to tbo regret of her matfriends TUB many friends of Mr Letc Grlnstcad will be glad to see him ha at his old place In Rico ft Arnold Mr Grlnstcad has been sick at homo In Flcmlogiburg for Bova weeksRichmond ltagleter Miss SUE ROUT of this placo who has been with Boston k Langen Louis yule has taken a position with thc largo establishment of John C Lewis i tame city She would be glad to have her Lincoln county friends call on when In tho city LOCALSICHRISTMAS presents at Mueller FRESH Baltimore oysters always on hand T O Wlllla J K CHRISTIAN has bought 2000 turkeys at Die on foot y REMEMHER the vocal contestThanks giving and securo scats now j YOCNQ Plymouth Rook Roosters for sale UTA Rico Stanford Ky 2t FRESH car load of lime cement rockI salt etc Htgglns MoKlnnoy LAP robes and horse blankets In 1Ylorent styles and qualities J C J IF you have been having trouble got ting expression try an Instantaneous picture at Mlu Sacrays THREE nice gilts and three boars all subject to register for oats We 100 pounds Mark Hardln I MONEY CO4Ei Mrs 0 J Nowl received yesterday 11000 amount oflop Insurance carried by her husband In the order of Maccabees TILE bird law expires tomorrow and every Nimrod who has a dog and gun will do his best to get his share of quail for the next few days WEDDING presents at Mueller HEATING stoves and ranges Call and leo them Farris Co I EASY teat tho teat that wear Tread shoes Sold by John P Jones endLardCos theTAXESSix SOaullhmnJ Y GOODIABTRR has bought for Hlqhdprottlelta garment John P Jones FoR RENTSIx roomdwelling on IardeD J0IonHOWS TuteeMies Mottle Trlbblo brought us In a stalk of corn tbe other day with 20 ear on it Who can teat that ulawithQlcontestcatakeTwoHORSE Taylor power Hawkins Valley cutting box bothI DeDoySbolby STOREROOM at Hustoovllle for rent Splendid stand for gents furnisher or furniture and undertaking James Frye Hustoovllle Ky McKlNNEY JOE mu class will giro a tree concert at th- ptist church McKlnney Setunla evening next Everybody I Inviteden WillLEdrlvlngdown Lancaster street tbo other day Miss Sadie Staggs hors begun to kick when a piece of harness broke Several girls were In too bug gy and Jumped out but Miss Sadlo swung to the lines until assistance arrived and very probably saved the vo ntclo from being smashed CARD ov TIJANKSWo desire IncerelytbaDkrecent trouble We shall forev cbeerlsb those deeds of kindness qo tltoC II VanArsdalc fluitonvlllo fapnohm e ono of the bet known citizens of Southern End died at Waynesburg yesterday attar a long Illness and will burled at 11 oclock this mornln glwifeloft to mourn tbo lots of a kind hee and Indulgent father Mr iaynol was an honorable clever moo and t announcement of his death will eau sorrow wherever bo was knownb loh0toHIn tbe country writes Yesterdays INT r mon JOURNAL says J M Carter was minoat court record again t i myJUohe I J to think so However I am cheerfulbarcourt that kxo were wrong An M crept in redhTHE now schedule will go Into eQ actfe SundayThotaken off end too Maysvllla train which has heretofore stopped at Richmond xhotIllo noctlons with the Cincinnati train x- e 111xo made at Parse and tho Queen City an bo reached by 1030 A M By take Ing tbo C k O at Winchester paneD gate will ba able to leave here at 6 A i and roach Lexington at 815 The change of schedule will mako It neccs sary for an all night toaD at the depot justlcahouse although not a great deal of bus laces has been transastcd since our last report Too case of Alfred Bright for killing Sam Blakcraore also colored was continued until next term on ao count of abteat witnesses BFHarris a onoarmcd Negro confessed to siltfcarrying concealed weapons The trial of Charles Stringer Will Hlatt Will CrutchQeld and George San dusky charged with breaking into the Lincoln County National flank was boo gun yesterday and Is still in progress Ron It C Warren and son Ashby Stringerd Col and Crutcblield and Messrs Gco B Sauf and Ashby M Warren Sandusky grand Jury adjourned yesterday after returning about 40 Indictments Among the lot wore Indictments against James Cottrell and Hiram Denham for knocking down and rob fog Mr C H VanAredala of tbe est End Loot at tbo label on which your name Is printed and see If you do not own for your paper If you do oblige us with an early remittance THEY HAVE ENTERED Tho Hue tonvllle male quartette has entered too vocal contest and their many friends believe that they will get too goldlas LOST somewhere Stanford after giblackwill please return to Mrs J G Car 113000 Lincoln county will collect In a tow dope from tbo stecentchise tax for 1800 to 1002 This will considerably swell the countys sinking fund A DINGwiSAUJoLEVENOLEMANIn the pres enco of the Methodist church full of and others clinging on to win SauAeyMisspronounced husband and wife Wednesday evening In a pretty as well as Impressive ceremony by Thy S M byRevdilL church here Friends of the pop pulpitIntodies by the score lighted hero and the church was Indeed a scene of beauty Promptly at 8 oclock the bri dal party arrived and they entered the church to the sweet strains of Mendel s ions wedding march beautifully ron dared by Mrs C II Yeoger and Mr C E Cox On the right aisle woro Mean J W Rout Jr and Ashby M GeoriolIumeBaughroan ushers Following tbo OraL two were Misses Susan Fisher brtdeeygirl and the groom on tho arm n his brother Mr George B Saufl while behind tbe loaf named camo Misses Kato Alcorn and Sara Dunn bridesmaid Miss Borta Jean Penny flower girl call tho bride with her sister Miss Bessie T EngJemtn Arriving at the altar tbe ushers and bride maids took positions on each lido of tbe pulpit while too bridal couple maid of honor and bent man paeee pulprk untidgowned In white organdie and a bridal veil Miss Bessie T En gleman tbo maid of honor woro pink organdie and carried pink chrysantbe mum Cah0prettylittleowy white and carried pink carna xeddlsWdevery an occa forgottenhoby waOtt a m a londe Is one of too most lovable and vely young women to all this sectloD Naturally bright and ihlghly cultIva- ted amiable In disposition possessing a disposition that Is sunshine itself she is a queen among Women and tho man who to deservingnd of 81ue eorge one of the best and most Influential families In bluegrass end Is as popular as she pretty and attractive The groom Is ao exceptionally fine young man Ener capable and clever lnherltl- is fathers brilliancy Rowan Saul as able to cope with the world as epurnlapng s things ho is ono of tho few young men in our knowledge who b tbo Implicit confidence of ell who know him Having been a coworker wi him for over seven years wo feel t4 know him like a book and to e we admire him very greatly would hut a poor way of expressing our go feeling for him We rejoice at bis good fortune In securing such a je wel as be has for a helpmeet and that t years that are to come will be as full of happiness for him and his an was wedding day is our sincere wish and Mrs Saufley will occupy a cottage on Danville Avenue for a while a will take their meals at the St Asa Hotel They received over 100 ha ome presents consisting of almost everything Imaginable enough in fact to go to housekeeping on Judge end Mrs M C Saufloy gav a reception In honor of Mr and Saufley Wednesday evening rom 0 till 12 which was ono of the swellest as well as most InIcludedfeel that it was good to be there by tho most hospitable treatment ot this ex rellent family It was a delightful caslon and too arrival of the part hour was the source of general regret An excellent lunch was exquisitely served at too proper hour Too much pralso can not bo given Mrs C H Yo alter and Mr Charles E Cox for tbe splendid muslo they ntshed before during and after marriage ceremony It waa of a v high order and was thoroughly onJoY1 ed by all STYLISH new novelties in dregodl just opened John J Jones THOMAS COOPER Ain Frances Jackman colored were made one in a swell wedding at the Baptist church last night Wednesday lUtb will occur the t foot ball game of tbe season at Danville It will be oho too greatest me as it will decide tbo college of too State On that day K U and C J will como togeth er The coaches are working day and night to bring their giants to tbe very top notch of training and the men are eling themselves for tbe great slrug Rio 20TH ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs George Carpenter Glvena celebrated e 20th anniversary of their marriage th a family reunion Saturday last Tbo guests present wert Meadames Mary Glvons Pattlo Denny Llllle B Carpenter Mattlo GIvens Betsle GIv enl Ella Grimes Bird Glvens Beazley Mr and Mrs Humphrey Ballou ot Lancaster Tbe following special Friends of tbe family wero present and added much mirth and pleasure to the ocoeslon Misses Belle Denny Hallla Givens Mary Byrd Glvenn Mattle WICarpenter The presents were numer Due and costly Mrs Sallle Moore Mrs Givens mother was absent by sickness but helped celebrate her devoted and accomplished daughters re union by sending her a barrel of Have lln china Too dinner could not have been excelled by Delmonlco and the guests showed they were Judges of Ken tucky hospitality and pronounced It the best anniversary they bad ever attended John Givens Craddock was greatly missed JACOBUM RETNEPRAC Ifcottagepacres of laudgood JoneeLanOlUter Harrodsburg mocrattFOR SALEII This excelent property In a splendid town n be secured at a sum Fine o for a irldeawake man to topW P WALTON Lexington Ky Giboney Fs Jeffries Livery Feed Sale Stable Liberty Ky Drummers Rigs a specialty Hleh Grade Hone and Mules and void Feed hones receive personal attention FORWENT byWmeenranceJ D OWSLEY PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday Nov IStb at 10 AIsell at public outcry all of my personal property consisting of 1 mare mule 1X hands bight horse mule It yearepbead weaalSn calves All kinds of farming tools In good repair Also my houeehol beeTermsWRIOiITae tiLayProprietor Redpair Shop heEast Main Street STANFORD Does a general business In both lines and guarantees satisfaction Your patron vacMr ForatheLulnl1onsUeWIIII1lsolJnelhbothooJ schoolhouse on the farm convenient SellvelyTherewould afford water In abundance besides J ponds ant cittern at the house and tarn The Improvements consist of i twostory brick house with n Inch watt andblelire front of the house storeroom and a nunter of closets all necessary outbulljlngsbam fop to horses carriage house corn crib shop sheds for machinery AegA large beautiful lawn Interspersed with forrtst trets healthywheat luymentID anJIprogress and flattering prospects for the location of Presbyterian school the to educate your daughters and sons all of which Is calculated to otDanvillsoilyeason reasonable terms and worth the jnoney The nor possessionthe stateOry IttIa IuIuuIu1 as Wet Weather FootWear sea See the assortment and the splendid values we can furnish 8400BuolPflFelt Boots 8175 to 300 8400LighterSpecial value all solid veal calf shoe blucher style 8165 Rubbers and Overshoes nIl stylos pricqs J moneyin j Cummins c McClary I i KEEP WAQMI OvercoatsOver Over Shirts l OverShoesUnderwear Warm Gloves Latest Things irj the Market Terms Cash H J McRobertsIe = IOUR sprriAi s 10rc 12jc flannelettes go 44this month nt lOe New and desirable goods just added to this lin- e712c r A good line of fled Bluer and Black figured percale A lOe value at only Tic 4clii yards of r calicoes comfortsat4ayardi IA onepound 10 oz cot ton bat at only 8ic is a bargain 200rithe best AIt W50ccan a for H pretty dress goods In Black and Colors f8 II 1am e o mqaos 0O moEwa qO g3 sag V0U I8OtcllQ C 9A mu KY Fit a rr 25c 1 Ladles and tiunion suits at 25o tl Iiribbed rmFor Ionly 125 m For a solid ladies shookId or ken g roofJFor a late stylo walking tjJ Skirt5 gore slot scam SEVERANCESONS NEW STORErii1ij i JOHN BRIGHT JR a CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware and all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Goods Warranted GuaranteedGive Call Childrens fleeced 3712 tinUll Glass Queenswnre NICE FARM FOR SALE justoutsideprettiest home around Stanford and U welt Improved with a handsome twoetory splendiddryfuraliboJ tree Most of the outside fenc fenctnIdoc r Land In a good state of cultivation meathouseand see the place J 8 Hundley Stanford I e l 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at ttondtlnil matt- er1iblgnhoTu4ayft c51 I1Qav- ar ERPYEAR1CeASiH I IfKNOXVILLE DIVISION North 1146 a m o itTrsln folnf 280am26 IIo ozj II South 122SSm- No i52 pm For ill Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No41eaTM SUnforl ItuIMaNOII5nheeatSunlolll 115am 021 Itsres st 2SOpm KyL rwa viOiIeoTr Yoaobrt Drug Stars Inths bwal7 I Building ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky I Office over Higgins 3t McKlnneys Btort Telephone No 01 HI C NEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his services to the people of Lincoln and adjolntngtconntle NEW LIVERY STABLES- WBUaSE4S5iTPron JUNCTION CITY KY 6 FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men- Grataand nay For Balft Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hang firstclass Potter I all tralnsJ S9 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Ace M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Oxen hIs services as mi mi NAuotoin tw to tbe people of Lincoln County He will please both In work and price Write to him + c+ YJC Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealen In- EABNESSSADDLEBT et C Stanford Ky Jul L Beazle Co J Undertakers and- Embalmers aUO DIALIU rx FarnltureKatUnpRugsL They will Exchange Furniture lor al kinds of stork Give them a call Prices right gTANFORD DEjrnJOin s E C Walton PrwHinV L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO Stanford Ky J lot In SUnforJ ve ronmshall porch fn thenear coot lIrdn lIelebborbood ood for mill fIUflow to ehurtbe sod school lljr Prlc fSM No 5Sm ll farm S7 cru Smtln from bUn ford Houstol four good room sod veranda Good barn other building In good repair Cut In six fleld well lanced sen mers In fruIt trees Teat tn rual- Joulht atcvmmlufoaeramaim at bargain in call be told It bargain to mehool rburrh Price 531 mere Land adJOIDlnllOld for fW and SJ3 TblslsaUriisln No slloua and lot laStanford Itouw con Ihl rooms toad stable end 5 mere of Und will fmnc I One of prettiest bulldlni lots In tonl In front for two other cottage or a 2 room front could be built to ths cottage and ba made a beautiful home Will be told cheap ai to owner must have money hall 4Two tor7 dwelling rooms No and Tertnda Good gardenfenringand hou e In good repair Forale or rent No 1I1I0ulO and lot In Stanford Thtee rooms flood garden and table Uood and front porch Ko7 repair IOldcbeep llotaandlatla9tsnlo d stccs rooms Goal sense houwt only tram tulle Item Stan loo 8 Frm of 80scrs5S road 21 acne cultlratloo Mten ford on coUntr otl orchards and rat in ilmtwr ToIn puture2 wellDun and outbuilding houghtatyonrpdaafairlyerUTIi inledlin be lit and mot Nay farm of ra cne tear mlla from lord U on belt pll e In the roullly 51st tll 6Inclover and 101 I IIIwheat 40 III corD In doe blufgUL Ix cut In hId well fellr well and spring toIt- ood well rwodeUlsgagood barns and out bulidinaa tODd Frontapike lor unequarttn of mile both dwruln on pike Plenty and enough umber to make 600oposts pleudld bluegrau larm are4 only 20 wmutea drive from Ibe seat Owner of line farm tjolllirg tblcount We offer thle t hu recenUr refused IJ3u acre 137 40 per acre 1129 acne land with nectaary Impro1e haa fuurfrom Stanlord Velllnimmtsamtle ball and porch Large bun moterooms fenced and buUllltlgt hone etc We1 watered in good repair ITlc reawnabl- eNolJDwrtlln of six roomthall and porch outbuilding gxrn large two n cuaratop room 25160 feet lower roolll suppl torr In Ioreroom with rountn belH etc Wler also ebkro and well on ldso Smlllot back ohOle ODe mU frolU Il6nlord 1lIllIdlng1- III and originally cot njNQ indstar orcrl20delllDf sell both tor IS or will rent or tau separately No 1S230 acre rum i mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling Brooms two tenant how two tarns well anil tprlng near dwelling Farm In blgh UU of cumTsllon 150 sect river bottom land good fencing troll etc Pries SJ730 an acre 100 seres ot land on Lander atren- lrabOnbardoppalte9Prloge In Ingras no 0pronmnl ucpt berllj abundance of tock water IJttUttt buUdlnlUe III town 1r101- f3uoo No 150 nice cottage ant lot on Lancaster itrMt Stanford 7 rooms cittern etc Cost 11000 will sail lor f1000 No IlA farm of 165 serfs near lluitonrllle Dwelling of tight rooms bail teranda etc One enact houe toCk barn large tobacco bun and other outbuildings t1turn and good wen tD Lbe yard and water In ever old on the puce Farm tut seen fields and fintcUu land No IOFrm of 160 sera situated near KIDI tile Ky 60 ana In cultlratuo 891n timberflt watered two barns and other outbuilding repair dwelling comrsratlTc ly new U within 800 janla of three churches cboolpn tofu and C S depot nee on pIta tld county mad la the mat dNlrabl- larmln that section Wa will sell the whole farm acreIMJe00 to lultpurchaaer This No MFarm of 73 acres near Wanetburg Dwelling good barn etc Well watered fencing and buildings In Rood PtoductlTs Urn itoneland in good ei hborhood close to school aad on good road trice 1700 No atA Sum of300 acres In Lincoln county Thro dwelllngt S good barns and otber ulldingaeacb hovae barD ete about the center- urea All on county road milt from church school and pottomc LtTS well and well watered Thlt Is a good tobacco farm and would ault two or thrre families that might want to come from the same neighborhood Price reatonsble No 85A farm of aerie In Catty county Ky ODe and onthalf tor dwelling with six rooms good barn anti otber outbuildings Sixty acres 1CUIUUllon e3 acres la timber lra11 tnft ete- L well on county trod close to churches school etc Price only No56 Farm ol 118 acres In Casey count Two lIor frame dwelling two buns and other niiilmlldlBn in good repaIr Splendid tobacco Und and in good community A bargain at 1100 NoM Farmotli5acre inCasey count ae V two tory S room frame dwelling and old rellinginfair ooodllOll nm and other Oub buildings On county road splendid tobacco Und well watered two wells spring etc This Is a de sirable bout Pries f1610 No MFlfty acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 9 room and Barn and ptber 1 acre In cultivation rot in tier Well watad20iyards from poatofflosjcbool and church lays well on and in com rnlt pda5d50- Wehaebuyerfor2500r900sers farm situated rom one to three Also buyer for about 100 acres situated from ons to tour miles from town with or without improvements AIM a buyer for an 11000 to 110 000 farm town No IS Four bouses and lots In Rowland Ky Price 1100 each No 19 S acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Twoatory house 9 rooms bsUtTersnda acres splendid land adjolnlngln btanloid Property In water sad in house tern at door Oeaulltttlbouaa Puce 3000- No23 House of fin rooms porch one acre of rround and good sable On mUe Tom town Pries tOO No 23 Fann of 1U acres 5 miles from Stanton Pram dwelling of 7 rooms 2 2 barns one a log atabl 01 wcoojlbe coll1blned the elite Iii extra good rime with rattle beds attuhed- ro arranged for CUdDi tobacce 10- 01ellnermotebouM 4IOrll crib 1loebrehard Fencing In good Well watered 2 cUterns etc Thlt farm has been occupied by a former own er rear and ii well and Impruved fa In mile of pottomc church and school lUnted for 1ro21orhalr rent gad It cultivated In com wheat tobacco and clover Title perfect Coot pro liD ownrrf1500 as county record will show Will sell for HOG No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 scree Und InMoreland barn and necessary outbuild 2 wells In orchard and 2 acres In ttrawberrles Immediate poiaestlon Irlc f900 No2G Pram hotel large rooms doubt reran dat kallway Etc A large 2 story store ram Irontlnz street 30 leet Irom hotel up stairs suite bit for welling 2 nice cottage nicely furnished papered sad painted f rooms mod veranda each Wile en same used as livery stable Good linden Vacant lot adjoining 38 feet front by 200 feet deep All of this property Is in London Ky and It a floe chance for some one to mate money Proprietor ha refuted to rent property fort 0 per month On account of ill beilih of bi wife only reason for telling proprietor desires to ezclitng for farm In Lincoln county ae11I Oarrard count- yIlafromLasculerJyt All In grass timothy clorer tw lent no watt land water b iprlngfweltt ponds and ace through te pce ta rich and productlrr grows hemp tobacco llewly fens ed with and bruit pats A good orchard Iniproreuientt a Itorreleh room frame dwelling In each room cellar barn etc and otheroutb ildingsrdji Icondltfot In ood near school depot houltIJblTHE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dUeaaes and for con sultation Boar4 and nursing shall be cash In adTance weekly and monthly Prater sional bills when jerrice are rendered lid must b paid promptly LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W S McOulro sold to O P Huff man four heifers at 3o FOR SALE85 ihoati and 20 sows C R Carton Middlcbnri Hopkins county tobacco grower aro organizing to tight the trust M J Fame bought hero Monday 32 cattle weighing from to 1000 Ibi at from 3 to 3Jo The Kentucky Stock Farm says It Ii said that Joo Rea will probably train a stable of horcea at Danvlllo next year In an attempt to lower the worlds pacing record of 1501 at Memphis Prince Alert completed the circuit la 2011 I am well prepared to dehorn cattle Have stocks and other appliances at Mark Hardln bars J A Eitci Stanford 2c A 50pound black boar ihoat came to my place six weeks ego Owner can got him by paying for keep and thli notice Peter Balmer Jumbo E H Beazley Co sold to Farrli Denny of Danville hti high acting black mare by Pence for 1650 The buyers hue taken her to New York to ihow her at Madison Square Garden The largest land deal that has taken place in Mercer county for many years was made Monday It amounts In the aggregate to 104800 James Redford sold the Shawnee Springs farm of 5S2 acres for 119474 to Bonta Bros and Sought of them the TC Coleman farm of 1C8 acres for 115330 Dorsey Goldduit ranks ai one of the greatest living sires of combined road and show horses Tho Chestnut geld ing shown by Mat S Cohen and win ning throughout Kentucky was exhibi ted at the Indianapolis Horse Show competing with 40 entries and won first premium Last week ho won at the St Louis Horse Show meeting all of the best horses out this year A handsome profit has been refused for too 11200 pair of mares owned In Louisville and a fiveyearold harness gelding by him recently sold in New York for 91500 KINGSVILLE Miss Gertrude Davidson Is Mrs Bettle Pennybacker and Miss Elizabeth McFarland returned to Som erset Tuesday- The erstwhile Hotel Pennybacker with Its new proprietor J M McCar ty Ie running smoothly Mr McCartye sale of farming imple menu etc came off Tuesday a good crowd being present and everything sold bringing a fair price Messrs G A Walter J M McCar ty and J W Thompson are receiving new goods dally Mr Walter will go to the city soon to purchase Xraas goods Mite Mary Thompson of Woodstock has been the guest of her brother Dr C M Thompson and J W Thompson DrTbompson abd wife have returned home after several days spent In Cin cinnati W L McCarty has returned from Louisville alter purchasing quac titles of new goods HU wife and son remained In Louisville where the lat ter Is receiving medical treatment Mr C G Baker is Improving the sldewalK In hi part of town an exam pIe which Is certainly worthy of emul ation For ft nice town like Klngsvlllo to have such dilapidated sidewalks Is positively disgraceful For those who may be Inallned to cavil at the adjective alee we would remind them that our town not only has ft gentleman with a family consisting of a wife and attractive daughter straight from the learned city of Boston but also trip lets Has any other town we know of as much to boast oft IThe Best foeCroup Atchison Kas Dally Guide This is the season when the woman who knows the best icmedles for croup Is In demand in every neighborhood One of the moat terrible things in the world is to be awaked in the middle of night by whoop horn one of the children Croup remedies aro almost as ruse to be lost m cue of cibup as a revolver Is to be loei In the case of burglars There used to bean old fashioned remedy for croup known an hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is better and doesnt cost ranch It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in a shotter time Give this remedy as soon as the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It never fails and is plea ant and safe to take For sale by Craig locker Stanford In the one hundred typewritten pa ges covered by the plea of a fivefoot New York husband for divorce from a sixfoot wife there are accounts of nil tto encounters In which he lost most of his teeth portions of his features and all sense of selfrespect The man who expects to draw a ring from tbo lottery of o should nut mar rlout of his classLoulylll0 Times For A Bad Cold It you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamberlain Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve It and to allay the Irritation and inflamma tion of the throat and longs The sooth ing and healing properties of this remedy and the quick cures which it effects make it a favorite everywhere For sale h1 Craig Hooker Three persons were killed by gas In Ne r York Ask 4 z healthy woman what sUe vrouUl i well her health VAfor and she would tell t V OU that the choicest lamonds In tile world uklnotbuylt What l use for diamond rings to emphasize the shrunken lingers or eltrrln to the checks hollowed by diseaseHealth is the first requisite to womanly happiness Gene women its gin in local womanly dimeas- iCure the diseases of the delicAte womanly organism and Ute gen oral health is rlect1y restore The remarkable benefits experienced from the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription dre due to this fect cures of womanly diseae- It establishes regularity weakening drains heAt lariat motion ana ulceration and cures female weakness an affords m great pleasure to be able to ay a few in to the merits of rierWs rsYorlle and his Golden Medical Dtaeoltt1wdtd Sirs Flora Am of eo Mo el was tempted to try these medicines after effect upon niv mnlher all early state med life I was bothered with painful pert ods also a troublesome which rendered me wry weak and unlit for work of kind I became so thin there was nothing left of me but skin and bone My bubandbalarmed all got me a bottle of yvtlterrescrl p loa After he saw the wonderful effects of that one he cot me two more and after I used those up there was no more Pita and t be gin to gain In flesh very rapidly Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong women well no substinte for the medicine which works won ders for weak women Stepped Against A Hot Stove A child of Mrs Gco T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child was ini treat agony and Ms mother mold do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she bad a bottle of Chamberlains Pam Balm in the hbuse she thought IheI would try it In less than hall an hour after applying it tha child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson is a well known eli debt of Kellar Va Pain Dam 1an an tiseptic liniment and especially vain ble for bruises cuts burns and sprains For ue by Craig A locker Balanoo Lancaster Letter Mr and Mrp Louis Landram enter taloed at tea Monday evening In hbnorot Mr and Mr J E Stormes and Mr and Mrs T B Long on the eve of the latter couples departure for the West Mr D M Lackey gave a 6 oclock dinner Wednesday evening In honor of Miss Martha Hume and Rich ard Kennedy Lexington what to do Until the Doctor Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and antlered severely says S B Elzec of Monett Mo I telephon ed for a doctor then gave a Joe of Chain betlslns Colic Cholera and Dianboea Remedy and a few minutes later a sec ond dose Before the doctor came the child was relieved For sale by Craig 4 llocker Stanford Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This Is a farm of til acres located S miles frow Stanford It Is within one mile of a rttolfce church school store mill cheese factory and nears German settlement The tarm is well preserved sod improved and contains a large amount of OliO saw timber The Improvements consist of a good frame dwelling house S large rooms double walled and two porches two barns one an extra g frame with cattle sheds attached and especIallyarranged for cur log tobacco the other a and wagon shod combined also a hennery a smoke house and taro crib There Is a young orchard bearing a small vineyard d small fruit The fencing Is of rail and In repair Thn farm Is water ed with novarfalllug and two cis terns The owner U a nonresident and of fen this farm at a bargain on very easy terms Forturther particulars call on or address L R Soc Ken tucky Real Estato Exchange Stanford Lin coln County Kentucky t t If you need Printing of AnyKind Give this office a trial v I Biliousness Makes r Chronic Invalids When the liter U torpid sad falls to do Its work the bile envin the blood as a virulent poison Thor comes constipation biliousness sick headache even and malarial The only treatment that gives the llrrr just the nght touch sod starts Natures work in the right manner i- sPr ONS LIVER PILLS- ANDTONIGPELLETS The pin touches too aver and the pellet tone thsi myataml SB doses for 9days eat S cents sad on1 tea your ease is exceedingly ted you S win be well Osiers you QnUI them A Sample free Fora + latrall dsalcn For Solo by Pennys Drug Store and W B Mdlobcrta I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I CAPITAL STOCK maoooo DIrectorsOfficersSuccessors to The Farmers Hank it Trnt and under moP u BnANt8 continuouslyJ President 111 Owsley SOLICIT YOUR BANK J D OWSLEVwIi It Shanks ACCOUNTCaahtr WO Walker Hoping such business relations will mutually benoflelal w M nnioiiT Oeol W CarterAutCashier First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was established aa the Deposit flank of Stanford In mi then reorganized the National Hank of Sanford to un again reorpnlud u the First National II ale of Stanford In lltnavlng had practically an uolnter rupted nbUlllce for year It Is better supplied now with faellltirs for transact 10gbuainesa promptly and well than ever betora In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Tray lor Jicc DCJkLCRS IK Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Ftc KYClosePrompt and petit attention Nothing but tile ttto drink Mttl phone cr telgraph odors irctlvs cronrtattCDtlon TREES TREES MillionIBy The Fruit and ornamental Trees Grape Vine Small Fruits Asparagus Shrub everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wa employ ro agent but sell direct Catalogue on Roth phone U FUlLtENMFYEn80NLexington TIMBER LflND FOR SOLE In order to settle the partnorshtpbuslnesa of John hoots Jr and BoaUniting died last December we will tell 2700 acres of timber land In Adalrcoun ty Ky This land contains between 4000 000 and SOOOVOO feet of Poplar Oak Wal nut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract of Und II close to the famous oil fields of Wayne and la exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes of 1s In one a bargain for some one For particulars apply to 10 COULTER Mlddlebnrg Ky Or to E M Mnrdln Harrodsburg or Oscar Bonta Faulkner Ky s VIEa L XIflGTO- flncrnoRi C Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year u It 1s especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W Pe Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky 1JJ J MouonrnTJ Ohr W II WEAKEN hk- prDirectors P Held Lincoln Co T Harris Lincoln Co J 8 llocker Lincoln Co LtncolnCoJM U Elmore Stanford S II Ilanghman Stanford T Iilll Stanford Jas Itoblnson Rabble 1U Hauchraan Stanford W P Tate Stanford Small Farm For Sale Small farm of 20 acres on Hanging Fork near Peytons Well for cheI lies twostory dwelling and felt burn OlberI re4O r No 1 Small Farm For Sala tornFor site on Mir a snail Lincoln county MaryCarpenter bouwroournhouse coal and wood louse cog SUM corn- crib urge stock bun urge tobacco tore root ant house two rood orchards nJail klajs of fruit fins sprint 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