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J fr SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALu IVO xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1902 9 A M NO 73INEWS NOTES r Theodore Roosevelt Jr la III ocaln TboTcinltlusvtllo Leader otllce was destroyed by Ore Lexington and Owensboro are appll cents for the State Pair next year Yale defeated Princeton In a game of football Saturday The score wan 12 to 5 William Farley was killed by being run over by a farm wagon near Stur glsWilliam Stamper accused of killing JM Bush in Mencfce county was ac quittedA buy died at Wllkeibarrc Ia from injuries received In a football scrimmage a Of tbo 2559 deaths In Indiana In Oc tober 110 or about b per cent were duo to violence Several penoni were badly hurt In a wreck on the Texas and Pacific rail road near Abllede EJward Uarnblll a mule buyer of Savannah Tean committed suicide In a hotel at Nashville Mr Jobo K Judy a prominent coal dealer of Carlisle Ky dropped dead after a hearty meat A Nashville jury has decided that a married mens life It worth 110000 and that of a Dingle mOD I1SCO J William Conwoll wee champion lofty tumbler of the world died In an Insane hospital ttt lllohmond lad Alonzo Ryan of the United State Signal Corp killed himself at High land Fall N Y with a hot gun Nearly missionaries of the Brit lib and Foreign Dlblo Society are at work la Australia and New Zealand I rOne plant In Louisville and ono In are embraced In a 842000 0 000 ax handle and edge tool combine Eugene Lonff of Memphis committed suicide In Atlanta leaving a note saying hit will power and honor were goneIt li alleged that there li only ono doctor available for a population ol 13000 In the West Indian Islands of Nevis Four men were killed and about 40 others Injured by the explosion of a boiler In a scrap puddle fornace at Leb anon Pa EIrlafseriously wounded and a burglars head was blown off Three wealthy Kearney Mo broth ens have found their mother whom they thought dead In the poor houio near Kokoma Ind Opinions of mother of regular army oldler are to be used by the W O T U In its fight against the abolition of the aotl canteen law Tae Illlnol Grand Tribunal of JabLt control of the Endowment Rank Dr Stuart McOulre of Richmond Va a ton of Stonewall Jackion old surgeon has luccocdod in grafting the skin of a pig on the body of a little colored girl The rolcano on the Itlaad of Strom a boll again In eruption masses of molten rocks being thrown into tho air Many houses on the island have already been destroyed The Jury in the case of Col Ed But for the St Loultmllllonalre politician charged wljh attempted bribery turned a verdict of guilty and fixed hi 4 penalty at three years Imprlionment Gov Beckham has appointed Capt O W Loogmlro MaJ J E Allen Adjt Gen D R Murray and Co Percy Halv paymasters to settle the claims of the Kentucky soldiers in tho SpantihAmerlcan War Col Myron T Ilerrlclr tbo retiring f preildenlof the American Banker Association states that In h1s opinion the banker generally favor an emer gency currency Issued by the Govern want on State county and municipal bonds Col Merrick says that for tbl a reasonable rate of Interest not to be teat than 6 or 0 per cent should be chargedu THE OLD fIt4l rH- POWDER G Abolut1Y PUr oA1HtAE IS NO lJ5lTUTE t Mrs Mary Wright who a few weeks atII0 Mavor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland It coming to Kentucky to hunt Qo will bring along hIs famous automobile Red Devil Three shots were fired by an Italian at tbo King of Belgium while on his way to the cathedral In Brussels but none of them took effect The packing slant of Armour Co at Sioux City was destroyed by lire The loss Ie estimated at 1900000 cover ed by 721500 insurance Cholera conltnuo to spread to Ma mailsInfection of the water supply and a general epidemic are feared The annual convention of the Ken lucky Good Road Association will bo held at Lexington today sod tomorrow Delegates from all sections of the State will be present The court of appeal aOirmcd the judgement of the circuit court holding Qopklot county liable for 12403 the amount due on claim of mine guards during the strike troubles In that county The taking of testimony was begun al Scranton by the coal trllce commie tina Thirty lawyer i4 of whom ap geared for the operator were present President Mitchell who was on tboistand all day preceded his ofsibe miner tide of the case CHURCH MATTERS The new Walnut street Baptist church of Loulivlllo was dedicated Sunday with Imposing ceremonies The meeting at tbo Baptist church continue to grow In Interest There have been 12 additions to date Rev Huey sermon are highly com pH wanted The protracted meeting held at Ol lead church by Revs A J Pike and J E Woolford resulted In 44 addition to tbatchurch33 by confession aod bap tlim and 11 by restoration and letter Rev James M nortoo of middle Tennessee who hat preached 251 set moos with 100 addlllon to the church In Southeastern Kentucky It now hold a meeting for the Christian church at Union cast of Science Bill Rev Thomas DIxon the more or less noted New York preacher evl dently doesnt think well of the Negro In giving his opinion of him be says My deliberate opinion of the modern Nero la this country 1e that be not worth boll room If I were the devilsI would not lot him la bell A sensation was sprung at Paine vlllo O when Sheriff Hughe arrest recentlnpastor of the First Baptist church on a warrant charging him with produc Ins a criminal 6poratlon on Miss Pao be MoKeewan At the same time tull was brought for 110000 for alleged betrayalTho revival at the church continue to attract crowds as to be fruitful of results On Sunday night theta were 11 confesiton Moo day night throe Tuesday sight two and Wednesday night oven Dr Hale has not been well during tbo meeting and consequently absent several times Somerset Journal Stepped Against A Hot Stove A child of bits Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath itepped back against a hot stove whit burned him severely The child was in great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him Ihmemberlng that the had a bottle of Chamberlains Pam Balm In the house the thought she would try t6 In leu than halt an hour after applying It the child wca quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well Mrs Booton ii a well known ice dent of Kellar Vs Pain Dam Ie an a tisoptlo liniment and especially vale bio for bruises cuts burnt and sprains For sate by Craig tit I locker Queen Alexandras special fad has a daintiness well in keeping with her TelEet money made perfectly clean and bright before she fingers it Whenev or a check Is turned into bard cash for her use the colas are scrubbed in lather of spirits of wine water an soap before being placed in her purse and any change that may be tendere- her when making purchases is taken charge of by the ladyinwaiting untl it has been mbjscted to a like process of purification 4 What to do Until the Doctor Arrives Ono of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered severely says 8 n Elzeo of Monett Mo I telepho- ed n for a doctor then gave a dose of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and a few minutes later a sec ond dose Before the doctor came the child was relieved For sale by Craig A Hocker Stanford CRAB ORCHARD A much needed rale fell yesterday eatleroeoIa gay party at Hotel Epb Payne baA been employed to pblnt tbo Baptist church Ho hopes to have It finished by Thanksgiving day Mr Gayer and family of Alabama are with Curtis Giver and wife They expect to locate here Our citizens are always glad to have such people Relative and friends were shocked to bear of the sudden death of Mr H B Ferris of Danville Heart disease was the cause of hit demise He for erly lived horn and married Miss Ka tIe Douglas of this place Miss Sue Hopper lft for her home In Loulivllln Sunijuy Mrs Margaret Gormley left a few day since to speed the winter with her daughter Mr Cook at Westport tad Mrs Morgan and children of McKlnney came over to tee her offs Rev Farris preached two good eer mona at the Christian church Sunday morning and night W A Beaztey has told hie hotel to MM Perry King and will probably move to Lancaster We regret having each an excellent lamllyleavo us Mrs Sim Middleton was called to Stanford to tee her aon Ic law Mr ray who was hurt at the all well He s slowly improving J Will James hat struck a good flow of water again Ho will move his wind mill to it soon Drt Edmltlon and Myers visited Mrs Lido Eitc at McKinney last week The latter will leave for his home In Indi ana as soon as be can celllo up hit fathers business Steve Teeter 1s vie iting bis mother here There Is a lot of moving going on here Jae Anderson and Mr Campbell have rented Mr Woods proper ty John Riddle has gone to the Her rln place Mr Elder to the Buchanan house and Dr Pfillllps to the Holder man home All took advantage of the fine weather to get Into winter quar ter John F Edmltton of Loulivllle formerly of this place and ton of D B Kdmlstop chief deputy In the culled tars office hat received an appoint moot to an Important position on the civil service board at Manila by Gor Taft Mr Edmdtona friends congrat ulate him on bit rood fortune and hope be will have a tafe trip Be will leave about Deo lit he accepts the place PLEASANT POINT Several nights since the Klngtvlllo challenged our lohool for- pelling a match and our Institution woq Hen Thompson and Carrier begun a revival at the Methodist church q tilleyd Sunday Mrs J F Brown has been visiting Louanna Ludlow It visiting hero Ben Prlvetl of Wlnfleld Tenn was here last week WattsdI H Hick hat been the guest of friend here Mrs Wall continue Cicero Murphy wife and children wero here last week Miss Annie Horton le vlilt ing in Casey Mies Mattle Singleton has been tho guest of bomefolkt Moat Lisbon hat been visiting here Rev Thompson and family have been with loft Pad ten G W Leach residence hat been very much improved by a new coat of paint and yard fence Miss Su sie Murphy has been visiting relatives at Klngsvllle Mr George Wall hat been the guest of Mrs RouteD Mrs Baxter b visiting her mother Mrs i Cook Alford was visiting her titter Thursday MATRIMONIAL 1The Crown Prince of Slam is engag Emperoa r A quarrel over the biggest pleco of pie was followed by a divorce suit at Kokomo Ind When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth goat once to Orals Hock ens tints store and got a free sample of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tab lets Ono or two doses will make you sickdgluond a aIwent LATRDucklea was hung by a mob i A burning Kansas question oaks what the women would do should Carrie Nation tile It Is not safe to lay what the women would do but any one know that the pallbearers would merely Carry Nation IEdard and Freak Fisher and Cbas crook broke Jail at flarrodsburg 1 POLITICAL Wayne republicans instructed for Waddle for judge and Sharp for Com monwealths Attorney Gcorgo T McNeil baa been appoint ed postmaster at Lebanon Junction viceJE Johnson resignedtRoc Iccuatle instructed for O H Waddle for judge and J N Sharp for Commonwealths Attorney Judge John E Cooper of Mt Ster ling has been appointed by Gov Beck ham Jo try the Breatblit county clec LIOn contest cases Polk LatToon aod D W Orr and J F Gordon are candidates to lucceed Judge Nunn as Circuit Judge in the MadUonvlIle dltrletIWayne county has a new birth InI the oil world The old Beaver district hat come up out of the aibes and la showing better than over before Opposition it said to have developed o 4fHe le reported to control 07 votes and it requires 76 to elect- Rcprescntallvo R B Bradley of Hopkins county will not make the tees for Secretary of State He will be a candidate for reelection to the Legis lature and If successful will be an as pirant for Speaker The chairmanship of the ways andy Mean Committee of the 68th Congress s said to be the reward promised Repf rcseniailve Babcock for his withdraw al from the spcakershlp race In favor of Representative Cannon McKenzie Moss says that only the strongest men In the republican party bould be nominated on the State ticket This le equivalent to his do dining a nomination that will not be offered him says the Louisville Times Teddy Roosevelt Is tho first one after the election to open fire on the frusta He seems to think that the trusts and the presidential nomination situation of 1001 bear the soma ralation to each o her as u pair of Siamese twIDsAd Court of Appeals sustained the judgment of the Todd Circuit Court in the election contest cases of Wilkins and Gill republicans against Duffy and Mallory democrats The repub lican contestants lost their cases by the decision The Wisconsin republican delegation declared In favor of the candidacy of Congressman Joseph G Cannon for tbo speatcershlp They tint offered their unanimous support to Congressman Babcock but ho declined and strongly advocated the support of Con gressman Cannon so that the West might be united Bill oweeney commonwealths at whodas a made a blooming ass of himself during and after the convention that nomina ted Goebel is out In a card saying that be will not submit his claims to democratic arbitrament but will run as an independent for reelection If he has halt sense he will consider and not run at all He le the most unpop ular man In the district since his po litical somersault and stands no earth ly show of reelection Even the re publican despise him Lexington Democrat The Best Remedy Croup Atchison Kea Dally Guide This is the season when the women who knows the best remedies for croup is in demand in every neighborhood One of the moat terrible things in the world is to be awaked Iri the middle of night by a whoop from ono of the children Croup remedies are almost as lute to bo lost in coon of croup as a revolver is to be lost in the cue of burglars There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is better and doesnt cost much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief la a shorter time Give this remedy as soon as the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It never falls and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig Hoclcor Stanford IMPERIALIST LESSON Pupils in a largo school in Australia were recent ly handed the following statistics by the principal and were instructed to commit them o memory King Ed ward is the sovereign of our continent 100 peninsulas 600 promontories 100 lakes 2000 river and 10000 islands When he extends his hand 000000 war tiara rush forward to conquer or silo whoa he node 1000 battleships and 100000 sailors execute his commands on the ocean when he takes a step 30000000 human beings feel the slight oat pressure ofhis toot Judge Franklin Stone who was known on all the big race tracks and who raced at Cnurchlll Downs last Spring proves to be Frank C Marlin who left Brooklyn eight year ago un der the charge of having obtained 830 000 from Mrs Caroline Barry a client John Cloyd aged 80 le dead In Lau relI y i i 4 THEDesire of Mankind to bo well dressed line result ed in Clothing makers reaching R very high stand and in Readyto Wear garments Wo can shoW you examples of the beet to be had The most fastidious dresser can be pleased from our stock of Suits and Overcoats May we have the pleas ure ot showing them to you t IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it yonre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KB BETTER HEALTH I Comes with Coles Original Hot Blast Stoves Because the temperature is even day end 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 more if you buy Coles Original Hot Blast Beware of Imitations SOLD BY Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Ant cdcrA preparation for eradicating the disagreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of the body without injury to health or clothing All the ingredients are perfectly harmless Prepared by WeB McROBERTS PHARMACISTi STANFORD KENTUCKY GUNS q Ammunition Hunting Vests c We will make you the lowest Prices you can get for CASH Craig HockerST1NFORD CARSON oC PENCE DEALERS IX y CarriagesBuggies Phae tons Wagons Buck- boardsi fit Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on hand andIare sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant linelot Lap Robes i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINQER- Oi Wayne County li a ciDilldate for Bute Tree UrN inbiett to the ictlon of the Ocmocntlo party ROBERT HARDING of PaiiTlllf liicmJMttfl for Circuit Judge iub Iect to the action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of M rcr li a candidate tor Commonwealths At torney In thin the Nth Judicial district subject to the action of the democratic party THE Mollaeux trial COSt the largest sum In the history of American juris prudence over 1500000 There were two trials In tbo first Mollneux was convicted of murder and sentenced to dcsth Is the electric chair He appeal ed tho case and the court of appeals granted him a new trial on the narrow ground that a part of letters which ho was charged with writing were Improperly admitted as testimony for any purpose except to Identify the band writing of the alleged author The ac quittal of Mollneux at his second trial on account of the worthlessness of eo called expert testimony will pass Into a precedent for all cases wbero similar testimony Is Introduced Tho uncer tainty of criminal justice Is luridly Illustrated In the Mollneux case A man as Innocent of crime as a child es caped by a bare technicality from death at the hands of the executioner On a second trial excluding the mere Irrelevant trash which had been admitted as evidence In the former trial the Ju ry acquitted him on the first ballot after It had retired to consider Its verdict The case Is more than sensation al and Is highly Instructive In nil It phases THE States tbat went republican In the late elections have a combined electoral vote of 315 as against 151 electoral votes In the States that went democratic This would give a repub lican presidential candidate a majority of 164 elec over a democratic opponent toral votes not taking Into account the KXdoubtful votes at this years elec tlon In Delaware Nevada and Rhode Island Fortunately this Is not a prea Identlal year and the democrats have two years more In which to learn bettor and do better TUB Idea tbat avid Hill shall the democratic presidential candidate Is violently opposed by William J Bran In the Commoner Mr Bryan says Hill Is not an available candidate not because his State failed to go democrat lo this year but because Hill himself has not gone democratic for several years He Is credited with the author ship of the principle of I am a democrat but he borrowed It from Cleveland and neither one could prove his title to It before an Impartial jury NEGROES armed with shotguns guard all approaches to tha camp and stop all newspaper men except repre sentatives of four press associations while President Roosevelt Is enjoying his bear hunt In Mlsslslppl Newspaper men down South are evidently more anxious to Interview Teddy than those In Kentucky are A boy with a popgun would be enough guard to keep the pencllera of Central Kentucky awayCHIOAOo has voted by a majority of 136802 for a State referendum by a majority of 131760 for a local referendum and by a majority of 137034 to instruct the IlllnoU legislature to for ward as best It can an amendment to the constitution of the United States providing for the election of United States senators by the people Evi dently a good many of the Chicagoan have taken to thinking OUIt strenuous president was smart Ho filled the Guatemalan mission be fore It was known that It was vacant thus shutting off all Importunities In embryo In view of the recent earthquakes a diplomatic post In Guatemala is regarded nevertheless by many peo pIe as rather precarious but 810000 a year Is worth taking a risk The Hon Leslie Combs Is not afraid to tackle It at any rate GUM SHOE HUNTER will be a candi date for governor save a Bowling Green dispatch Certainly the wood chucks remark is In order now THIS AND THAT A test case was begun to ascertain whether the new Constitution of Virginia Is Illegal The death of Bishop Hugh Miller Thompson of Mississippi Is expected at any moment New Yorks Fire Commissioners have decided that no more parlor matches ore to be made A call has been issued for a meeting of the State Democratic Executive Committee at Frankfort on the 25th John Sloan of Pulaski was shot and killed at the Colyer Hotel Somerset by James Pratt of Whitley The two were occupying the same room and the formers snoring disturbed the latter Pratt aroused Sloan and a quarrel fol lowed Pratt claims Sloan was advanc leg on him with a knife LANCASTER Circuit Court begins the 4th Monday The train service was changed Sun nightW sold a horse to a Madi son county man for 1150 Mrs M L Anderson sold a horse to Rev J M Bruce for f50 Elder A tt Moore Is moving Into the Arnold cottage on Danville street Alex Francis is now an accommodating clerk In tho Geiger grocery store Tomatoes and even beans are still Included in the bill of fare at Lancas ter dining John 0 and Joe E Robinson sold lo B F Sanders two carloads of 1303lb cattle at 5GO Banks Hudsons large warehouse fronting on the Mlddlesboro annex Is nearing completion- T B Walker sold 200 acres of land a part of the old Walker farm to a Mr Geody at 837 per acre Mr Jonea has sold out his grocery stock to Floyd Curtis and will mono to New Mexico for his health The next cottage prayer meeting to be held Wednesday evening by Elder A R Moore will meet with R H Bat son V7 B Burton bought two mules of Thos House of Buckeye at 8100 each also a horse from Kemp Walker at 89650 The protracted meeting to be held by Rev W W Akers of Memphis for the Presbyterians will begin the 8th of DecemberElder R Moore preached Sunday evening at the courthouse on The Christians Hopohie second evening sermon on this theme Mrs Wm Walden will conduct the W C T U exercises Saturday tho theme being What wo are to be thankful for In Temperance Reform Mrs Blankenshlp of St Charles Mo Is visiting Mr W R Romans and family Col W H Collier of South Dakota Is visiting his father Gen D RCollierThe Aid Society of the Christian church will have an exchange at the poet omce beginning Dec 6th and continuing every Satur day tyi January The Garrard County Medical Society holds It next monthly meeting Friday evening and hope to entertain Dr Mo Cormack President of the State Board on that occasion The second football 11 came over from Central University Saturday to play the Lancaster boys but the game was declared off because the Danville team included professionals Mrs James Royston and daughter Miss Annie are traveling through some of the Southern states In the Interest of school work and write from Sbelbyville TenD that they find It pleasant and profitable T S Elkln bought fat hogs from T B Long at 5c also a bunch from Mr Dudderar at same price one fat cow from Broadeus at 21c fat heifers from Underwood at 3c from John Hollzolaw and Buck Holtzclaw some heifers at same figures A party of fisherman went out lat Friday and wero quite successful In hooking some fine specimens of the finny tribe Mr Duncan Goodloe land Ing one tbat measured 10 inches and weighed several pounds Other men bers of the party also brought In good strings Rev and Mrs C M Chumbley mov ed Into the new Presbyterian parson parsonage this week Mrs McDonald and the widow of Dr J L McKee came up Friday to see the dwelling bearing her husbands name and erect ed through his untiring efforts The raising of funds for the parsonage was his last philanthropic scheme and the Lancaster people will always deeply regret he did not live to see Its com pletion Mrs Ashlock of Colorado Springs made the trip to Kentucky with the body of Morgan Sutton killed over two weeks ago on a Western railway lino while out with other workmen on a and car The account of the accl dent Is shocking Seven men being on the car three being killed Instantly three fatally hurt and one escaping with slight injuries Young Sutton head was run completely through with a coupling pin and bo was otherwise seriously hurt He had gone West with his invalid wife about two years ago and his tragic death was a great shock to his Garrard relatives Mrs Alex Doty has returned from a visit to Mrs Armstrong of Frankfort Mesdamea F P Friable and W S Beazloy visited Mra J S Baughman of Boyle Miss Theo Hemphlll has been visiting Miss Mamie LIHard of Danville Mr W B Gaines continues quite W R Cook and family are arranging to go South for the winter Mr Cabbell Chenault and wife of Richmond are visiting Mrs J W El more Dr T J Hood has been very ill since Saturday Mlsa B V Brewer and Mrs T Lee of Harrodsburg haven guests of Mrs Wm Walden Mrs W O Bradley and Mist Christine aro at homo again after a sojourn In Cincinnati Misses Katie and Sallle Johnson of Burgin arc visiting In Garrard Dr and Mrs W S Elkin lire visiting hero at their old homo eh route from New York to Atlanta Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford la the gueat of Miss Jennie Duncan Mr Tboa Hamptoo of Winchester is ex pected as a guest of relatives Miss Joe Helen Maret will speed the winter in Orlanda Florida IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Owens was kilted by a falling treo at Mlddlesboro Samuel Ewing an old and respected cltlzdn of the PerryAlllo section is deadJudge John W Hughes of Mercer has withdrawn from the race for Com monwealtha Attorner says the Herald G S Gaines the Danville livery man has sold half Interest In his eta bio to Mr J T Reed of Spencer county The parties who signed tho petition favoring open saloons in London baveI and original potltloniFred Clarke of Eminence was dire ted captain of tho Central University football team to fill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of F M Hutoheeon A Somerset special says It Is be OPposIItlon judge The store of W F Wilson d Son at Olo Russell county was destroyed by ire Lou 82500 no Insurance Tbo postoffice was In the store and all mall matter was destroyed Lieut Geo B Rice of the Navy has resigned Ho was appointed to the Naval Academy from 1802 by Congressman John H WlllooI and is a native of Plnevllle Newton Bros have contracted threestory brick hotel with store rooms beneath to occupy the site of cOitlaboutthe demand for houses there now Is far exceeding the supply It Is estimat ed that the place has almost doubled InI population since the old boom To spend 11200 annually for paper advertising In a town 5000 population seem beyond beUerI no doubt but nevertheless C P a Danville grocervman expends amount He has added so much to his business tbat It Is now necessary for him to employ 13 clerks He will es tablish a big branch house at Perry tile the first of January Giles There ls a fortune In grain speculation Miles How do you know Giles Because I put one tbere Chicago New P W Ray of Lexington sold to P Russ of Harrisburg Pa a pair of 5 yearold geldings for 81800 The Sultan of Johore will attend the Worlds Fair at St Louis A New Ydrk boy died from the ef fects of a fly bite A tornado did considerable damage In Texas FOR RENT Mr storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent foroaeormoreyearaJ Giboney Fr Jeffries Livery Food lit Sale Stable Liberty Ky Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Grade Hones and Mules Feed hone receive personal attention STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan themums and Rososi on short notice Bedding and Vegetable 3 Planta ot all kinds In season JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford Harrodsburg Democrat IIfOR SALEII pertylnasplendid T4feexcehcatpro town can be secured at a sum Fine opportunity for a wldeawake man to make money Apply to- W P WALTON Lexington Ky DR FENNE- SKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases mAdder Also aChe Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is s cure for you If necessary wrlto lit Fen net lie hua spent a Ufo tUne curing Just suck cases B870Urs All conaultatlona I had sovcro case of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging bloody mutter Suffered intono wlfo was rorlouilf nffocUKl with tomato troubles Dr Fanners Kldoey and us both F1 WiiEELEU Uandolph la DraffRliU BOc Aik for Cook Hook free QT UTMQrilUPPSure Core Circular Hr Frcdonla NY 1 The Grand Leader i Lotl Medium weight dark grey Mellon a jwrfect fitting Walking Skirt with the latest bell shape back 3inch bottom with 7row stitch lug worth 300 ape cial 108 i THE GRAND LEADERS aa PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClmiMt fcnMUM urratnout a hiorUnt uNrvtr Tall to liHtor Hair to tu Color Cm f aIpletrfu FOR I desire to rent my property situated on 3omer et street 4 mile Iron town eontlat log of dwelling of seven rooms betide kitchen and servants room and a One cel lar smokehouse chicken houe coal house and a good stable and 10 acn of land 2 hydrants In the and for stocks well cistern cooiblnrd near the door for drinking purposes Said good repair JAS 1IlAlL Y BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office in Bldg Room 9 SOMERSET KY TOlll practice In the Stale Courts also In United and Courts Collections made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED I We whose names Appear below strictly forbid hunting flihlnj or any trespassing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of be J Nevtn Carter I W Carter Jame McCprmack J F Opf r Mr Maggie MnJ M White Jainet Messrr Alex Trayler Tom Stone Win Mettle Joseph Kallou J W Uanrbman W II Dudderar M F Lawrence J T ninganan W P Qrlmet Mrs Unions A Rice Mrs Mary V Given J 8 lioeker Peter Balmer W R Amon A D Root K T fence 0600 Hopper To the Coal out Hleelns k Slmsthe coat dealer we to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country tho best brands of coal at the lowest market prlco for cash Farmers we will take your bay and corn In exchange for coat at market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for your money Orders at coal house phone 41 or Doones livery stable No 06 Boons 5c DvuxR- STflHFORO KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will over at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east side of College street in Huitonvllle Ky consisting hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well are ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery table having on same a nice livery barn 63x73 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and va cant lot for private resident If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property U welt arrlu ged private rntfeuow uui Is now rented that If you want good paying property In Hualonville- call on or address li 8 Carpenter ltUtOD vllle Ky We have just receiv ed landjput on sale the finest line of Ladies Fine Walking Skirts ever brought to Stanford Owing to an enormous we purchased them at ONETHIRD off reg ular PRICE Hence t these prices we will sell you Lot 2 Navy Blue anti Black Twilled Cheviot Walk ing Skirt full llaring circular flounce double sewed tailorraadcscanu with 3 rows raised cord ing nilround flounce ribbon waist hand in verted pleated back 10I roW81titCltiUg worth aiecialmlo price 230 Lot 3 Kilted slot scam skirt tho very latest full flaring cut fancy stitch ed bottom in nilwool Melton colors dark light grey blue and black a regular 85GO value special sale price 8385 Lot 4 Strictiallool Brood cloth walking skirts made up in every new etylc colors Ughtgroy dark grey mingled tA- ilor effects black and blue regular price 89 now 8008 also handle Soroeis petticoats See our 81 CO black mercerized petticoat at 8100 HAYS tit LEVY Props B LEVYMnnager Too RENT one one Masonic all Consumer fur for purchase IN CONNECTION sWith Thanksgiving we like to conour atten Iilnblewnreing Sets Knives Forks SpoonsBakingnnlChaf Dishes Etc W H We He a f insist on get hero without MUELLERDrug is not one half tills mutter of pure accurate fill ing tho buying we never everything is right to us I Pennys FURNITURE That suits for EVERYBODY Odd Dressers Washstands and BedsOJ that fold Wood and Irqn Center Tables Dining Tables and Chairs Elegant assortment of RockersBed Lounges Box Couches Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloth Wall Paper Building Paperand Picturesw Framed to ORDER G CARPENTER IiKy 1Ky 1Ky IDr R Goldstein OB LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will be at tho Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec 11 One Day Onl jf t There are numerous conditions where glance ar6 ed and give relief to laced aches dizziness darting pains In eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensation In or about Ibe eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect chlldea eyes DlfOcult cases solicited Offico hours 9 A Mlo4 PI St Mapla Hotel Stanford Ky r tTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL ISTANFORD KY Nov 18 1002 ID filling your prcicrlptlons wo uso proportloalnot do bettor It yon paid ui doublo tho price which always reasonable Pet Druz StoreatPERSONALS MR T B LAWtthI and family have moved to Loulivlllo Doc DRYE of nuitonvlllo ti In Tea Doieeo buying mules M R AND Mita II 0 FARms visited relatives In Danville last week Mil A W CAiiiKNTEii was In Xe nla Ohio last week on bUilD ell Mns ANNA D VANAUSUALB re turned to Darrodsburg Saturday HORN to tbo wife of Mr W A Pet tul of the Welt End a daughter MIss ANNIE EVANS of Danville was tbo guest of Mre Mark Ilardln l Mil JOE E NEVIVS It now miller for tUo Buffalo Holler Mills at Paint Lick MI88 ANNE SHANKS returned Fri day from a visit to friends at Winchester Miss BELLE ROOT of Danville spent several days with Mri Molllo WrayMns WILLIAM LOGAN had the mis t t fortune to fall and break an arm the j other day Mn AND Mns J R STCCKY of Hv Ingston were guests at Mr J H Crutcbfleldi Mn AND MRS W J BRYAN of Louisville are with Mr and Mri A W Carpente- ryia MRS SAIIAU DEJAHNETT of Rich mood li vliltlnjc Mn J D Wllllt at Crab Orchard Dn J O CARPENTER went up to Laurel Friday to tee Dr Drock who DM typhoid fever Mn J It TllURMON of Garrard spent ceveral days with the family o Mr J W Porno MnsIM J MILLER loft taIL week for Nashville to spend some time with Mn W R Manlcr- MR WILL JONAS of Louisville came up Sunday to pee ono of Stan fords lovellit young ladles Mn W L COVER and family Of Alabama aro wiib his brother Mr Curtis Cover at Crab Orchard eAGOOD picture of handsome Miss Florence Sprains of Casey appeared In Saturdays Loulivlllo Times Mn JAMKS DEJAnNErr anti eon Ceo U DcJarnett of Richmond were with Mr T C Willis and family D U C PEYTON of Moreland or dare his paper sent to Dunnvillo whet I Ibe has ROOD to pel out a lot of lumber OEN OBNTttY of Lexington U a guest at Crab Orchard Springs Do brought his pack of beagle hounds with blm fDON J C LAY and daughter Lou Mlddloburg wore hero jester dartMr Lay left with this onice a lot of job work DR H C SANDLIN who has made may friends during his sojourn of a year or so at Lancaster Is preparing to go to Oklahoma J D ANDERSON of Crab Orchard Is relolclng over tho arrival of bis fourth son which ho has named Lc t Elder Anderson MRS GEORGE o BARNES will spend Several days with Mrs Molllo Wrav Hon husband Is preaching at Law renceburg this week REV F W ALLENS many friends hero enjoyed a visit from him Sunday Ho preached a most excellent sormon at the Christian church that day i JUDGE J M PHILLIPS lelt Saturday for his homo In Kansas City taking U with him his sister Mrs Sallie Phil bealtbIMite J S RICE went to at Cavo City Friday In answer to a tele gram stating that her brother Mr t Edwin Garnett Is of pneumonia A A McKiNNEY JR has been rarfdo station baggage master at the e Union Station at Montgomery Ala The place pays him 1100 per month Mn GEORGE R ENGLEMAN of Shol by City has rented his farm to Mr Gcorgo Pulllam and will remove his family to Danvlllo in tho near future Advocate Mil W B WEAREN who bas boon with tho drug rm of Craig Hooker loft Sunday tar Clnalnnatl to take a position as traveling salesman for tho Fisher Carrlago Co Dns JOSEPH PRICE of Philadel phia R T Ramsey of Denver Col T P Caldwoll and J B Mason London were hero Sunday asfettn Dr J O Carpenter in an operation on Mrs Young Brook of Laurel SUNDAYS Courier Journal contained a picture of Mr W G Lackey of St Louie but formerly a Stanford boy who was a guest of honor at tbo Louis ville Commercial Club banquot Mr Lackey Is Secretary of the Kentucky Club of St Louis OUR young friend George Harris is 1 working ait assistant agent for tho L i N at Stanford While In that city Wednesday wo heard a gentleman say Thats ono of the most accommoda ting boys I over saw fins always at 1work Is cheerful in inswerlng tho m ny questions asked him attends to own business and Is an allround h fellow As George U a Lancaet boy tt made us feel to hoar hl spoken of this wayRecord J C CORMNEY Is confined to his bed by IllnessMR H BIGGINS went to Lexlng toe yesterday on business MR JOUN S HUGHES of West Point spent several days with his old friends here MR AND MRS J B PAXTON condo uo to Improve but little Josephine was n yesterdayMESSIIS CARSON pgreatlyleased dauKbtorrlluyesterday after a pleasant vlelt to rela tives hero MR A A MoKiNNKY has been transferred from this district to the flfth Internal revenue district and be loft for Loulivlllo Saturday which placo will bo his headquarters LynnyllloIIICooper a barrel of apples and a bushel of pears the other day They were of Mr MoKlonoys own raising and wore as liDo as wo ever sax LOCALS WEDDING presents at Muellers nothingGrand SEE the now and elegant rockers at G L Carpenters cbeapApplrHEATING stoves ranges Call and sea them Farrls CoeMrsRelda entertain meet at Uuitonvlllo tonight READ the sale advertisements of C Land B D Carter and Dick Martin MEAT Cutters Sausage and Lard Presses at John Bright Jr Cos + addedfBaughtnan S L 0 + JOHN ADAMS colored was placed In jail Sunday for throwing coal off of a freight as It passed through town STOREROOM at Hustonvlllo for root Splendid stand for gents furnisher or furniture and undertaking James Fryc Uustoovlllo KyeBio RADDISH Judgo Willis liar nott of Rowland has a raddlsh which measures 27 inches In circumference and 22 inches In length THE Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church at Hubble will give a box sapper thorn the night of tbo nth Go anti help a good conic ARM BROKEN Little George New land had tho misfortune to break bot bones of his right arm above the el bow while playing the other day THE Maccabees of Liberty will cole brato Thanksgiving by giving a ban quct at the courthouse In that placo State Commander M F Elkln will be- aD hood sod will deliver an address DIG CROWD Judgo James P Bat lap who attended the burial of Mr Clark Reynolds at Waynesburg Fri wavto sad rites of tbo clever man Bio EAGLEMrI Shalbp Tevls of the Shelby City section killed an eagle Sunday which measured seven feet from tip to tip and weighed 10 pounds It was on exhibition at O P Cecil store in Danvtllo yesterday BOUGHT A STOltEMeurs R H and W A Potter of this county have bought J X Dunn big store at Dry ontavlllo and will run It for all it Is worth Wo aro sorry to lose such good citizens as the Messrs Pottus from our county FALLING Atabout 045 Saturday evening those who wero out of doors witnessed a most striking phe nomenon In the falling of a meteor which for na Instant lighted tbo heav ens with a most peculiar yet very bell liant light Many persons who noticed it were greatly startled and In some sections of town especially among tho very Ignorant and luoerstUloua class cs Its appearance created qulto a con sternation DELIGHTFUL OCCASION Mrs Go L Penny gave an afternoon tea Friday Saufela most as wen as elegant affair Somo 25 or moro la wargan white predominating A toothsome lunch was exquisitely served and greatly enjoyed The ladles present agree that it was ono of tho swcllest clal functions Stanford has had In many a da- py IB ease agatoat Charlie Stringer Will Orutch old and George Sandueky charged with breaking Into thu LID colD County National Bank has occu pled the courts tlmo loco our leaf and Is still on trjal Will Hiatt was dls charged on peremptory Instructions Col W G Welsh Hon R C Warren HOIlem hamve ae excited a great deal of interest CHRISTMAS presents at Mueller wayOraadFRESH Baltimore oysters always onChood TO Willis TUB afternoon K 0 now the Stanford depot at 115 FRESH car load of lime cement rock salt etc Ulgglns McKlnney LAI robes and h blankets In dif ferent styles and qualities J C Mo Clary IF you beenhavingtrouble get ting expression try an instantaneous picture at Mils Sacrayf + THREE nice giltsand three boars all subject to register for sale Weigh 100 pounds Mark Hardln Stanford SEvYDurngUawklns Browns bunt In Southern Tenneeeeo ho killed seven deer which we think Is pretty good shooting for the grand old gentleman of tho West End A LARGE crowd Is expected at the opera house at Hustonyllle to soe the beautiful entertainment by Mr Reid class of 60 young ladles gentlemen sod children of that place Dont miss it lien BAILEY a Negro boy was ar rested Sunday for breaking the large plate glass window In Severance Sons store He was scuttling with an other boy over a stick when the glass was struckfTilE Gilbert Creek poalofrico was thllItaken Postmaster G T Ashlock has been peculiarly unfortunate with crooks who have paid him two visits Insldo of four or five months THE Kentucky Land Mineral Co It Is the name of a new corporatlouI which has Its headquarters e compass owns about 40 acres of land near Camp Nelson Rev G W Boil lair the wellknown colored BaptUt preacher Is president of the concern and C B Johnson secretary MR W M MURPHY who Is consta ble in the Waynesburg magisterial district by appointment received a umber of votes at tho November elec floe but Is thankful to the election commlisloners for not giving him a certificate of election He says he had much rather serve uDder appointment LincolnONE of cleverest nod bee citizens has decided to leave the good old county and go to Mlddlesboro and embark In tbo livery business It Is Mr S Woolfolk Given and ho and his excellent family will take their de parture for the exmagic city In a few unthe good farm for sale in another column FARRIS BrFerris died very cud denly in Danvtllo Sunday Ho was about 45 years old and a clever ec honorable man A wife anti three children survive him The burial will occur at Danville this morning Mr Farris was raised at Crab Orchard so was a brother of Messrs D K an Scott Farrls and Mrs J W Guest Many friends sorrow at his untimely death HOCKER MUST HANG The Court of Appeals hat affirmed the decisive of the Lincoln Circuit Court which gave James Hooker colored a death sea tones for shooting his wife to death In Macksvllloln Juno last When told that be must hang Docker is said to have remanked that ho would bo ing to die If given the opportunity killing another Negro His Mr George B Saufiey will oak for a other hearing of the case and Is given 30 days In which to Alo his petition for such It Is hardly probable that are hearing will bo granted however the chances are that Hooker will ban early in tho coming New Year He has been a very orderly prisoner and has given Jailer Herrln llttloj or no trouble STRAUH Mr Potor Straub Sr died at noon Sunday af tera long lifers aged 81 He had been In bed forneari two years but It was only a few days ago that ho grow worse and the doctors Informed the family that tbo end was generaogiving away Mr was born In Switzerland but came to this country in 1840 In 1851 he married the good wife who survives him and they have evedr daughters and a son aro left to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent father Deceased was a clover kindhearted honorable man and his death not only removes ono of our best citizens but ono of the pioneers of tho town Slier ly before ho became unconscious t doctors told Mr Straub that his a was only a question of a fow hours when be expressed his readiness and willingness to go Ho had made peace with his Maker and death hold no fears for him May the sod Ho gently on the little mound that marks his final resting sleeve Altar funeral services at the house at 230 yesterday afternoon by Rev D J Ross the romaine were taken to Buffalo cemetery and laid side his two daughter Father Peter Brelntner officiated at the grave THE smallpox epidemic at Shelby bayobecDa uthoritiesTIIOMAFMr ceubaatlalitizens v curivasamedistance theexplosion PollCltylaThe Atlantic Coast Line has ratified willluuoHome For Sale I I desire to soil my home on Tattoo Aye cottageDarn JonesLoocasGr FARM FOR SALEI I dcslro to sell my farm of 100 acres loca LIckStlUonly halt of which li In cultivation the re goodulntntlalouthouses Well watered by cistern springs smellfarma W GIVENS Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Haying decided to go West I will on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1002 yplaceEntireloteral pieces of oldtime furniture such aa grandfather clocki pair work malts 3yean oldwell broke 1yearold bone workhOfleyearold hone colt old family mare In foal to jack s 700pound teen 2 milk cows 11 with young cart S good steer calves 8 or helfen y lundlhoatal 3 good lOW and pigs 7S or 100 Plymouth Hock hens some turkeys Champion binder good as new hatrakeSuperiorharrow Thoma smoothing harrow j S hone cultivators single choral plows 3 heifers dun to calve nod other things too numerous to mention such as wagon hare new 8 or sets of plow gear 300 shocks of IncludIngat 10 oclock Terms made known on day of KyTPUBLIC SALEOh- tackcrophoueholdandkitchen I utenj Ills Jlavlng old my farm I will otter for sale FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1002 The following dOllCrlbed property at public Turnenr111et ChurchIgoal brood mares 2 geldings 6 pcan old mare 6yearsold 2 good family horses combined gelding nice mare mule 2 pairs of work mulenl mule colt 6 cows 10 calves 10 good yearling steerl good brood sows ready to plglS fat hogs 20 shouts 1 bull months extra good homeraised ewes 2 2horse wagons 2 sets of wagon harness 8 sets ot gear buggy 2 buckboards seta ot single harness set double harness 2 binders mower hay rake nearly new I plaDter2 Majestic Wrought Iron and Steel ranges al extendand canned fruits 150 barrels ofcorn In the crib 300 shocks of fodder 25 shock of su gar cane 300 bales of timothy hay S stacks of loose hay 200 Plymouth chickens the best In the country 2 sewing machines extradIons Terms made known on day of sale Ev erybody come Will hays dinner on the grounds and plenty of shelter If it Is a bad day Bale begins promptly at 0 oclock O rk D OARTER PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction on SATURDAY DEO 8 1002 proputYITwocows that will be fresh In the lurre McCormickoIcorn plows harrows Ac 200 shocks furnon J B OREEN Maywood Ky Col J P Chandler Auct sJ w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop Fast Main Street STANFORD Does a general business In both lines and patronYAll other work In proportion A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale NsLezingionpikeone side of a county rod ant 8j on the opposite side Will M saki as a whole or separately In splendid nelhfcothooJ schoolhout on the hem convenient toa water mill country store ant Rural deliver There Is t of water either of which would anoN water In abundance betides J ponds and cisterns the house and tam The improvements consist of i twvstory back house with itInch walls saddtire front of the house storeroom sal a number of closets all necessary outbuUdlnjrsbarn jo horns carriage house corn crib shop sheds for nuchlnry granary Ice house at the door coal house good or chard grapes large tint garden sponges beJ Ac healthybhouses In Is 1iO acres In wheat and grass 9o acres tot corn and so acres fur ymenLDanon the C S R R with the Loulsvtlle Southern tension a certainty Central University for boy and Caldvrell college for girls with a building In progre is and flattering prospects for the location oil the State Presbyterian school tile p4r to utuute your daughters sod sons all of whICh Is alcuLlteJ to enhance the value of real estate In the vicinity at orlyearson reasonable terms and worth the money pur chaser can have ra of the wheat crop and session will be given within a reasonable time This farm has satebwheat per acre This Is a chance of a lifetime to gel a bargain Apply to Mrs Lou Lyttlt on the farm CWalton Stanford Ky sr Wet Weather Foot Wear u I t See the assortment and the splendid values wo can furnish Heavy Boota 150 to tOO 844508500FeltHeavy Shoo all solid 8125 to 400 Lighter Shoes all solid 8125 to 8500 Special value all solid veal calf shoo blucher style 81 Co Rubbers and Overshoes all styles prices moneyin Cummins a McClary I KEEP WARM OvercoatsOver Over Shirts ShoesUnderWear Warm Gloves Latest Things in the Market TomeH J11 McRobertsy OURiNOVEMBER SPECIALS 1 IlOc goiit712cFaS good lino of lied Blue and Black figured percale A lOc value at only Tic 4c iSt1Wo offer 1000 yards of nnd light calicoes for comforts at la yard tstj 813A onepound 10 oz cot ton bat at only Sic Is a t bargain 200rtho best A resistertojYou can get a variety for Int g T S + coD 0 a o OdaM y 8 iII i fc oe IoIC kExqon s = bins4 III S J a 3e = aEia Ky Give Him a CalL 1Ladlesfleeced union suits at 25c 3712 llWill a mans 50o heavy ribbed undershirtveryI For a l1only24c For boys henry fleeced SJ lined shirts and 24 to 31 For a solid loather and outer sole InnerII garoo ladles shoo kid or 350 i For a Into style walking goro slot Slam JSEVERANCESONS NEW STORE ri1 JOHN IBRIGHT JR a co Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Ilnrxlware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement 115 Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Goods WarrantedFit drawers drawers sizest sklrta NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of acres just outside of the town limits It U one of the prettiest homes around Stanford and In well Improved with n handsome splendiddryfurnished free Most of the outside tent log Is kept up by others Very little fenc ing to Splendid barn a good cistern at doer Land in a good state en cultivation with most of It In grass Rood roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and lee the place J 8 Hundley Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mntertd n the pottoffice at Stanford at ttonddcui matt- ergarb32ahaTu4ayasadi jo ve- AT 1 PER YEAR CASH WWhen not 0111111300111 bfChsrged FE1KNOXVillE DIVISION 02TralnlolalNortla 1143 a m 02dn ii II 280m0- 2S u South122SmNo- 13 II 12112pm For all Point A 8 PRICE I Surgeon Dentist tanford Ky OffleOT UcBoberU Drag Store In thOwilj Ball dim I R A JONES DENTISTStanford I Ky Office over Higgins dr McKlnnoys Ston Telephone No 01 r II C NJEWLAND SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his services to the people ot Lincoln and adJoining counties NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BtJUE a SIN Pren JCNCTIONJCITY KY ViratClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every htng firstclass Porters nectlall trains = 89 FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE hones and Mules constantly on hand and for lale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services u Auo1oinr loVtie people of Lincoln County He please you both in work and J+ c+ ticcbMH UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd HAB1TESS SADDLEBY fcC Stanford Ky Jul L Beazle 8 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DIAL1X3 IV FurrnitareDattingsRugsThey a call Prlcea right l ITANFORD KENTUCKY 1 E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary i Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Extol TITLE CO Stanford Ky porch In the rear good ta garden SUnfordflT nelbborbood roomthi oat tot small fam close to churches riff Khool Ply Price JS5Q No I mall firm S7 sells 8 miles from Man t llgircsecdaBoatCut In elr la caltlTitlon onecre In fruit trees nt In cr lioatht at It bargain and can rlelflat bargain LmndadJolatugoldCurdaaJafto fU Thliliatargiln No Sl1ouN and lot In Stanford House lain Ere rooms Uood table and 3 ICTT or land well kneed On of prelllMt butldtcg iota In town a 2 andsttoo be made a beautiful home th must have moneyowner No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms h1I and Tiranda Opal garden fencing and house In good repair For sale or Price reasonable No Il1oulll and lot In Stanford Throe rooml and lrontporch Uood garden and table Oood told mbar No7House and lot la Stanford ltttortei moms lood garden amok and coal house ODJr 1300 o L Farm of sOac 2 niUea Irom 51aa lord on county road 25 Icn11i ealUratlon KT In putnre 2 orchards and rest In timber To small collage good barn and outbuildings ell watered and teadng fairly OIl flee can be loughtatyourprlceasOwner nna In Inllinip lla and must money No 9 lfarm ot221 acres four tulle from SU ford on best rite the couat Slity acres In wheat 40 In rom 5InttmothySIneloyreandF- In ftne bluegiui lacut In alx add well fence and spriDg two goo1pohdrtrwodwelltugsgoOd bun and Gut Lulldlnl i Front quarters mite both dwIIIDIIS being on pike Plenty fruit tffM and enough Umber to make 6000 ApleDtld bluegrass farm and only 20 minute drive from tbe county seat Owner of cue tans adjolntrg tbll has recently refuted 145 oer acre We over this t 117 50 Ir acre NO 1t 29 acre land with necesaryImprov menU mile from Stanford Dwelling hu four rooms t porch Large tarn moh house etc tyehwatered fenced ad buildings in good repair Prlc twonable- XolJDwelllnzaftlx rooms hall and porc- hneccewry ad garden Moo large two Story store room ft lower rouse luppll with counter eheltw etc Water In dwelling Dd storeroom alto cheer and well on place Small b hackofator One mile from Hunlord Uulldtn In wool repair and dwelling originally rat UBOO and store over tI2OO Will soil both for fSW or will rent or Mil separately No 130280 are farm i mile of Crab Orchir Brick tenant houseKy andeyringnear Farm Intwo barns well dwelling high alate of cultlTallon acre rarer bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price t37M an ute No ll100aereol land on Lancaster ItlnCrab Orchard opposite apring Jo no prorementiexcept large stock burn abundance of water bulldlnc she In town lrlce lSA nice cottage and lot on Lancait treet Stanford 7 rooms good cistern etc COOj will tell fur 81000 No nA farm of 16J acre near llnitonTlll Dwelling of eight room hall Teranda etc On tenant house stock barn large tobacco bar and other outbuilding Cistern and good well In tb yard and water In ever meld on place Fan cut seven gelds and Cret class land No IIOFarm of acre iltoated near Kings rllle Ky acres in culllraUon In Umberiri two owl barns and oth- rlbuUSlogogoo1 Dwe1llDII comvantlr ly new II 8OOarda of tbrM churches school poelolllce and 0 S depot Property lie rite nd county road and te th meet Farm In that Wi will elt the whole farm for 12400 or la parcel of not IM than acre to ultpurchater 1bll la certainly cheap property No UFann of 75 acre sear Warneabur DwelllDglgood barn etc Welt en In Productive Ums lIonlaad In good neighborhood close to ache radon good road Price 170- 0NaIItA farm of 300 acre In Lincoln county Tbnoe good dwelling 3 good birn and other out buildings each hone barn etc about the ceater- of 100 acre All on county road mil from hutch Khool and poitomc U1ell and wet catered Thla la a good nd woul ult two or thne fiullle that might want to come coin the same neighborhood Irlce reasonable No HA farm of 105 urn In Cay county One and onehalf dwelling with ill room load barn and other outbuilding Sixty sera In ultlratlon 5 acre In timber fruit tree ew Laf well on county roil close to churcha hooletc Price only Na MFarm ol 118 urea in Casey county Two tory tram dwelllDg two rood barns aed Other outbuildings In goal repair lcwl- and and In good community A bargain a t9O0 No 117umoCUs acre In eu andoldnew two atory 8 room frame dwelling welling In lair coadltlon Darn and bee oland On county road tplendld tl well watered two wells epilog etc Thl It a lirabl home Price tlMiO No MFlfty acres near Pleasant Point Xr- Frame house S room and Item and othe utbulldlnga acre In cultivation rest In Un ber Well watered yard from poItolllzKhool- aDd church lays well on pike and In corn nlunlt 50have 250 or sere farm situated from one to tbree mile from town Also buyer for bout 100 sere situated front on to four mile- Om town with or without ImproTementa Also buyer for an 3000 to 110 000 tar close to town No 18 Four houses and Iota In Lowland Ky lrtce each No 19 90J acre of land near Crab Orchard 20 Two itory house room hllTertnda 12 acre land adjolnlngln Stanford Prop ertr In good repair water and In house cin terDt Ileautlful home Pnee 1000 Non Uoue of nr roomi porch one acre Of roUlid and good table One root town Price 1200 No 23 F mofitSacres Smile from Stanford Fram dwelling of 7 ooioi 2 2 barna oni aloe tabl ad hN combined the other sites good tram with cattl ibde attached lIam arranged for curia tobacco Also henDlrf mokebOUlend corn crib Fine orchard FendDI In good repair Yell watered 2 churn etc This farm hi been occupied by a former own ell and Improved imtleofpatomee church and school for iva for rent and It cultivated com wheat tobacco and clover Till erfect- CcIt pre tent owner f1600 u county records will sbow Will ell for K NOtJI Dwelling of 4 room with 20 acres lord la Uorelaud Uood barn and necessary outbuild 2 well In ard orchard 2 acre- ttrawberrle Immediate possession Price 1900 No 2ft Frame bftel large rooms double reran d j hallway large 2 story storeroom Doting ttreetSO leet from hotel up italn suite bl fordwtlllng 2 nice Dotage nicely furnlihed ipercd end painted 4 room and veranda each A r rye barn oa same t need u liner r iUU GvJrun Vacant lot adjoining M feet front b wit deep All of this property Ii in London Ky Dd It a fine chine for tome one to rake money oprlelor has refused to rent for 30 per Dlonlh 10 account of bnltholbli wife only reuoa for trlllng proprietor desire to exchanger farm la Lincoln county No 27A farm of uses in flarrard county S nlle from Ijiacaater Ky All Ingraetimothy acre no wait Und b adaDCoductlrr growl nemp and tobacco Ilewly N with wire and U A orchard iprorement a Wooo twoetoryelbt room frame dweillal wardrobe In each room pantries cellar te newly covered and painted tenant house loam and other outbuildings all in condition la near church school depot houseidiTHE oseph Price Infirmary open all the year for the treatment of rglcal and chronic dlaeatei and for con lultatlon Hoard and nnralng ball be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profea alonal btlli due when services are rendered alld must b paid promptly LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Indianas corn crop is estimated 175888000 bushel J U Green told to lobe G Lynn 60 barrels of corn at 82 delivered Thomas D Cheoault Son of Madl son sold 480 export cattle at Ole C Vanoy bought of T J Hill Si a fouryearold horse mule for 1110 T J Hill sold to Clay Sutton of Garrard a bunch of 800pound cattle at 4c Uythmlc the blind stallion CAm palgoed by Scott QuJeon won 8218 this season George D Weatherford bought of C H VanArsdalo 100 barrels of corn at tl 75 at the crib S H Baughman has bought Mrp Walker Bells farm of 180 acres in C4 soy county at 833 J A Estee bought of C O Gover two corn red belters at 3c and one of A C Hill at same price James Murphy doe of the moat widely known horsemen In America died suddenly in his room at the Lelat Hotel at Lexington Thomas Metcalf sold to the Curry Grocery Co 75 tons of mixed hay at 112 and to Meier Huffman Danvlll some butcher stud at 3tc DANVILLE COORT Yesterday court was a mean one The weathi was bad and trading slow Tbei were about 200 cattle at Thurmond Helms pens and probably half of tbem sold Uood yearlings and two yea olds sold at 4 to olio hollers 3 to 310 and butcher stun 2i to 3to A few mules changed hands at 875 to 814 The horse market was dull Scott Hudson the Lexington tralne campaigned 10 horses during the sea ion closed and it was the bigger winning stable of the year it havic won a total of 835415 an average of about 85315 per horse Brook Curry will train Senator J W Bailey horses In 1003 taking the place of Joe Rea who comes to Danville to train for Granvlllo Cecil The Kentuck Supply Co bought 2000 barrels of corn this week at 2dellveredAdvocatc SAMOAN COSTUMES In dei With it nntchrt n Clnb rod Pot of 1nlnt In the south sens drosnes nro mad with a hatchet A club nnd n pot ot pnlut Every housewife H her own robe and habit maUcr When sill feel the need of n new gown she sow nntJ bops down n tree When her husbau leeda a new suit she chops down another tree That Is easy for men nn women ore clad exactly alike a plait old of cloth caught about the teats tad haiiKiUK loosely to the knee qr shin The races Inhabiting the Island oC the tropical Iaclllc art ulinoot alone In having no Idcn of the loom undo the arlous arts of the splutitr and weaver Tbls lack is undoubtedly duo to the latural prarislou of material whlcl renders a woven cloth unnecessary ti his primitive people The ouly fabrl ised in that part of the world U n rude tough paper made of bast The reo from which the material Is derlvci Is the paper mulberry or Broussonctli lapyrlfcra which Is grown In planta lone under the sole charge of rromei and Is also found wild In all parts ot the islands In archipelagoes so high Iy advanced as Samoa and Touga where women have none of the coami work to do the entire care of the mulberry plantations rests with the wont en of each village The trees are planted closely to 5a uro n spindling growth without bat ernl branches The plant will grow rom seed In such a climate there no difficulty about getting things to grow but experience has shown that better results follow the planting ot wigs from the sturdier wild trees It bout three yearn from planting the tree will be In the licit condition fay the clothmakera In that time It will ttnln a height of twelve feet or more and the trunk will have a uniform dl meter of rather less than two inches About four feet of the trunk is waste and not available for the particular purpose for which the tree is grown the tint two feet from the base la too tough to work well and the two feet at tho top Is too soft It tho treo it properly grown and left to mature there will be available for the cloth taker a stick of eight feet In the clear and as straight as a measuring rod without knots or branches and of unl- torm girth throughout New York TrIbune A Story of a Father Lave Old Mr has an only daughter They ore of lowly rank but he is honest and industrious By trado ho is a iddlcr in a foundry odd bo earns 160 n day Twenty years ago tho wlto and mother died and the child ot- 11vo became the old mans pet Twelve years ago ho sold his property and spellt all his money In sending her abroad to study music Sho came back two years ago a famous singer and matchless beauty and refused to 11I hll father lie has moved to tho east s1de in order that by living on a pittance ho may have 20 every week to glvo her to buy clothes Every week he sends it and every week sbo spends it though she neither Bees nor writes to him Ve9k after week ho grows little prouder nnd also a little sadder City Missionary in Ladles Homo Jour nil For A Bad Cold If you have a bail cold you need a good rellablo medicine like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve and to allay the irritation and inflamma tlon of the throat and lungs The Booth- Ing and healing properties of this remedy and the quick cures which it effects make It a favorite every where For sale by- Craig Hocker S W Hicks has sold his grocery store at Somerset to J L Waddle and J T Weddle IN OlD AGE becomes thequestion mainly of health a question of nutrition If the stomach other organs of digestion and nutri tion are in a healthful condition there will be a wellnourished body aud little liability to disorders of the liver bowels or such other disorders as may result front in nutrition ami lack of exer ciseDr ricrccs Golden Medial Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other or gans of digestion and nutri don and also diseases of oth- erorganswblch are caused by the diseased condition of the stomach By nQhlln Itt Kperfectbody it increases the vital power and promote a vigorous old age t was ludcrer from chronic diarrhea for fl90 YNn write Un Mary A Aaron of Roll Phelps Ma I tried different ttmeJit which would give me relIef for a short time nol I trouble would return a bad u nuI consulted you to July lveo sod byyur advk- commenctdusing vr Nerce rtml ire Ilw two boltlesof the Ooldrn Medial Dtecoowr- ythree vials of the PctleU and some tLe Jtract of SmriWetd u you advised I have not had n return of mjr trouble sine using your medl Am now Krentyoi year old and I never bad anything to RlleTe me 10 quid I think Dr Fleeces tbe test on earth Should I ertr have any inns of my trouble thIl tut your roeJldn My thanks to you for advice sad thane to Almighty God for restoring me to bait through your hands Accept no substitute for Golden Met Discovery There is nothing n just as good for diseases of the stomach lungs Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets the best laxative for old people They cure constipation and biliousness A raccoon on exhibition In the ehow window of a Danvllle firm has put B stop to a euctdtn contest by making a moat of 30 of tbo 50 one dollar bills o fared as prizes for those who can como nearest to guessing the varmint1 correct weight If this bad happened In Mississippi the coon would be lynched on the ground of unnatural ap petlto Louisville Time Get a free sample of Chamberlain Stomack and Liver Tablets at Craig Hockers drug Store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pill Then their UM is not followed by constl patios as is often the cue with pills Regular else 25c per box Deacon Stephen V White famil- Iarly known on Wall street has old his teat on the New York Stock Exchange for 830000 Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS Thl U a farm of tl acre located S mile from Stanford It is within one mile of a nostofflce church school store mill chew factory and nears Oermn settlement The farm It well preserved and Improved load contains a large amount of tine saw timber The improvements consul of a good tram dwelling e S large room a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra goo frame with cattle shed attached and lIapClallyarranged for CUrl tag tobacco other a log and wagon shed combined also a henaery a smoke house and corn crib There Is a fine young orchard bearing a small vlneran and other small fruit The fencing ti at rails and In good repair Thw farm watered with nevertailing springs slid two ell terns The owner Is a non realdent and of Inn this farm at a on very eatterms For further particulars call on 01 iddreM L R Hughe Becv Ken lucky Iteal Eitato Exchange Stanford Lincoln County Kentucky Call of the Democratic Commit tee of the 13th Judicial District The Democratic Committee of the 13th Ja dlclal District of Kentucky at a meeting of said committee held In the city of Dan llleAug 0 1903 adopted the following method of nominating crndldates for Olr cult Judge and Commonwealths Attorney In 114 district to bo voted for at the November election 18031 let The democratic voters of the district are requested to meet at their everal Tot lajr precinct In the district on the Sib day at December at 2 oclock P They be called to order by their precinct wlfI committeeman and will proceed to ihalrman and secretary then proceed to the election of delegates to a county con entlon each precinct being entitled to elect ono delegate for each 100 vote or fraction at 100 over 60 cast for the democratic can lldates In ald precinct at the last preilden till election and If any precinct did not ast 100 votes In said election said precinct hall nevortbcles be entitled to at east one delegate to said county convention AI ernatos also be elected to take the place ot each delegate who may be unable to act or decline to act The chairman of aid precinct meeting shall certify the re ults to transmit them to tho chairman ot the respective county committee tad The delegates to each county convention hall meet at the court honse of heir respective counties on Dec 8 IBOfand ball be called to order by their respective committee chairman and after elect a chairman and secretary shall proceed to electdelegstoa to a district convention to- be held at the courthouse in Danville Ky In which Boylo county shall be entitled to otes Qarrurd county to 7 vote Lincoln county to 0 votes and Mercer county to 9 vote that being their relative strength all jown by their votes for the democratic tndldato at tho last presidential election Said delegates when they assemble shall be called together by tho chairman of the democratic committee for this judicial dl trlct to whom the returns from tho county inventions certified by the respective chairman and secretary of the county con entlon shall be delivered Said convention shall assemble at the courthouse In lanvlllo Ky on the 10th of December 1902 and proceed to elect a chairman and secretary nominations for udge and Commonwealths Attornoy and perlorm alt acts and functions proper to a mocratlc convention 3rd At the precinct meetings all demo Flits who will support the nominees are entitled to vote n 0 WARREN KyLEEOct 311902 Directors n Paxton n II Shanks WO Walker W Carter Oarp Close Depot BiliousnessMakes Chronic Invalids When the Urer U torpid add falls to do Its work the bile enters the blood w a virulent potion Then come constipation bUlouine itck headache fevers and malaria The only treatment that girt the liver Jho touch tad start Nature work ta tU right manner DjVOHS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The pin touches the liver and the pallet tone the system v X doses for days oat Z3 area and un v lees your case U eiceedinglr bad you v will be well before you daiih them Sample true For eat strall dealers IForSale by Pennys Drug Storo nnd W B McKoborts I I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK r CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO b 1 J J Owsley 8 Oco lust Successors to The Farmers flank 0 Trust Company and under same management continuously fur 39 years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneBclal First National Bank Of Stanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Pepotlt Rank of In IMS then reorganized as the National stank of Stanford In HAS and again reorganised u the Pint National flack of Stanford In 1112 having bad practically an uninter rupted exUtence for 43 It Is better now with facilities for transact lagbadness promptly and well than ever before In its lonr honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Traylor i J icef DULKM IM Vblsku Brandy Wines Beer Gloars GtGIntrto Houie right is w n STANFORD KY Prompt ad polite mention Nothing but the tea to drink M cr uigraph orl ri rtctlvi cronpt ituotlon TREESBy The Million TreeFruit and Orapo Vines Small Fruits ragus Shrubs every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We emilio ro agents but cell direct Catalogue on application Both iihone niLLENUEYER k 5ON- Lexington Ky TIMBER LEND FOR SOLE thepartncrsUlpbnstnese- of In order to John Ronta Jr and J 0 Donta having died lat December wo will sell 2700 acre of Umber land In Adalrcoun ty Ky TbU land contains between 4000 000 and 5000000 feet of Ioplar Oak Walnut Chestnut and Hickory timber This tract ot land Is close to the famous oil field of Wayne and is exceedingly well adapted for agricultural purposes ot Is in one It a bargain for some one For partlculan apply to 7 0 COULTER Mlddlebnrg Ky Or to E 1J Hardlnnarrodiburg or Oscar Honta Faulkner Ky S CBe rL8XlnGTOnDeffiOClRftC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in thcf Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5a Year It Is especially devoted to the interests of the Democratic party find gives all the news without fear or favor WI P Walton Editor F Pror Lexington Ky Officers e u SIIANfC8A U J n IOachlorW M Aug Officers J q HOOKER Trest J J MCKOIIEKTS Chr W WEAIIKN flk- prDirectors r Reid Lincoln Oo T Barr Lincoln J8 hacker Lincoln W P Walton Lincoln Jn Collier Oral 00fM D Elmore If Ilaughman T P HIM Stanford Ju Itoblnsoo Hubble J H lUuihmnn Stanford W P Tate Stanford II Small Farm for Sale Small farm of 40 acres ou Hanging Fork near Peytons Well for sale cheap flu twotorv and fair Other outbuilding good Splendidly watered O W Lunaford Ky No1 Small Farm For Salt Ou1farlofOOsChousebuggy ot4rv16anCallaa u Co Ky EJYJEM t That Bocnllctl cheap insurance is the dearest thing on cnrth That a dollar saved in tho pre mium may cost you n hundred In a loftThat only solidcash in eight and experienced management guarantee indemnityThat in the Homo of New York can bo relied on I Josse D Wearon Stanford OarrardDoTIanI IF YOU orSouthrates and printed matter Wn can give you all the Information you want Queen A Crescent Route U the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atanta Knoxvllle Cincinnati Savannah Shrevlporfto Birmingham and Texas points Di 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