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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALu On VOL XXXSTANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2119029 A M NO 71 1 JISTANFORD GRADED SCHOOL BUILDING 11The Way the Handsome Structure Will Look When Completed r NOTESb In Pal citlne Petersburg reports a bower of aorta worms Judge J M Drown fflrm rlv Couotr Judge It dead at Newport DrtmcU It sold to be ooo of the most active centers ot aoarebltm Admiral Scbley Is the guest of the cftyChrbtopber were deposited to a ipcolal tnauioleum ID Seville Spain MM Unlllo Hart of Pekln III U alleged to bare been tolled by using beauty medicine The Hardln county grand jurr is looking Into the lynching of Harlan Duolclci atEllzabslhtown Masked men held up everybody In a saloon at Kait CurondeUt III robbed them all killed ooo nun who resisted mod escaped on a band car The Rev Samuel Tyler colored acd Logan Flewroy ono of his parltblon on fought a duel over domestic differ once near St Louis Doth were woundedMilwaukee will probably lose the national cooveotloo of the W C T U because nowhere In the city can to found a largo hall without ooo or more laloooi attached William P Hayes of Louisville Is ono of the 16 succcutul candidates who qualified to enter the naval academy In f the civil service examination held In Washington City IIWhile President Itoo evell was blindly chasing for bear In the Missis ilppl swamps eXPretldent Cleveland was putting hot shot Into 60 ducks In Virginia no bagged them all The price of all kinds of stoves will be raised 10 per cent Stove manu facturer say this U necessary because s of the Increase In the price of raw ma terial and the advance In wages The Court of Appeals hold that a cemetery company must pay taxes on tr money and note l Just like Individual The court reverted the case of the Commonwealth vi the Lexington Cem eteryDr EMU Duncan was refuted ball In Pltteburg Druce Heads physicians iald bo WM rapidly recovering but the hinting at the danger of ery 1judgel refuted ball until tbo wound hat entirely healed k A posio li In pursuit of a Negro aCt cured of assaulting two white women at Oaktowo Ind and Sullivan Ind I A passenger tram on the Evanivlllo and Terre Haute railroad was held up and searched by the posse The Goobel Monument Commission met at Frankfort ibis week to Inspect the designs of the prodoied monument Eight designs were presented Tbo commlnloncri closed the entries and the contract will bo let at once President Mitchell of the miners union has put In his fourth day on the witness sland before the anthracitew strike commission at Scranton The arbitrators urged both sides to th hearing to hasten tbo proceedings W1 fleodrlcks former attorney general of Kentucky has sued the Pa ducah Coal ft Mining Company for 112 000 claiming the emount as a fee fo promoting the recent tale of tbo com panys property to a New York syndi Jcate the load of the Pennsyl end Now York Central ever great railroad system will It Is said ratio the wages of its employes This It li claimed wilt aggregate 117000000 annually and about 6500CO men will be aOeced The theory of magnetic hcMlinc scor ed a victory In the United States Su premo Court when Justice Peckha overruled the decision of a lower court which had sustained an alleged fraudu lent order of the Postmaster General prohibiting the use of the null to a college teaching that theory Juttlce Peckbam did not pate on the merit nf the ease but laid the theory mutt be proved to be a fraud t I KINGSVILLE prevlenThe city bird hucteru arrived on time Saturday and arc Boding plenty of quail Meredith Francis le reoelvlng con gratulations on the excellent beef bo Ji furnishing his patrons MIr Grlflln li preparing her school for another entertainment to bo given the last day of school which li about three weeks off A Mr Bradley of North Mlddlelown was the purchaser of V L McCartys farm Instead of Mr Smith of Indiana Mr Dradley Mad family have moved t their new brine An Interesting meeting It In prog rerr at the Methodist church Rev- Thompson the pastor U being aslte by Rev Stephen Carrier They have had several additions While returning from church Satu ChampPrancllthe latter was seriously cut Padgett arreatedI family are Oregon Mr Dan Heater request ui to say that he li In the livery butlnext to stay Has not quit at was reported but It ready to accommodate the public Mrs W L McCarty and too have returned from Cincinnati Matter Mike has been troubled with a growth In his throat but an operation was sue cestfully performed ba surgeon there aod be U now greatly Improved Felix Twldwcll traveling salesman WAS hero Saturday Wallace Walter wife aod baby wore visiting relatives here Sunday Manford Cbevolette spent several days with his mother 9wveReynolds was here Sunday Miss Gertrude Davidson continues III of ty phoid fever Eld ferry organized a Young Pen pies Christian Endeavor Society Sun day afternoon which promises to be a success Indeed the younger set are more interested aod energetic In the church work than older ones They are faithful In attendance at Sunday school and church Elder gerry of Lexington Bible Col loge his appointment Sunday at the Christian church preaching two good sermon His sermon Sunday evening was especially One A meet log will be held next Sunday evening to call a pastor for next year It U hoped that Mr Berry will receive the unanimous call he deserves and wo bo Move be will at be Is Immcaiureably popular He Is uncertain yet as to ac cepting the call If It Is tendered him A Phenomenal Boy A merchant on Chestnut street has become very food of an ofllce boy ho engaged last June says the Philadel phia Public Ledger The boy entered very early In tbo morning when the merchant was reading the paper The readlneAfter three min utes the boyald- Excule mehqL Im In a hurry I askedrof business why aro you In such a hurry Got to hurry replloi the boyI waryk I aDy yet I cant waste time If youve got noth ing for me sty to and Ill look else where The only place I can stop long Is where they pay mo for it When can you come asked tbo surplsed merchant toldmam here now and would hays been to work before this If youd said so anyhowExchange Well we could say but It wouldnt look well In print Glasgow Times LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wm Hudson of Adair bought 31 800 pound cattle of Dave Dunn of Mad lean at E W 3tcISteele a Chief for 8700 C O Bhrlert Sons of Bartwlck Ia the biggest finu stock breeders In the Wet have aMlened J N Carter fold the remainder of his last years crop of hay at IS per ton delivered at McKlnney W M Bright told to E P Woods 10 hog At Sic Mr Woods bought a number of other hogs at fio W A Coffey bought of D C Allen some plain yearlings at 3Jc and sold him 21 8000oudd o ttle at 4o W C Gorraley while In Catnroo Ohio purchased Clarence C by Has hall and out of the dam of Joe Watts 2101 for 91000 Richmond Register President Charles F Grainger of the reorganized New Loultvjlle Jockey Club announces that a floe new olub house Is to be built and maintained at the trick O P Huffman bought of W A Trlb Ale a bunch of heifers at 3c and Baron bogs tit Le Be bought of J W BQgb man nod W S McGulru tome butcher stuff at 3c R Foley the grocer told the Advo cate that be bad shipped over 6000 bushels of olorer feed this eeatbn pur chased mostly In Boyle county at from UtoU60 Coffey Bro Robertson have bought 10 or 12 good mules In the last few days paying from 180 to 1116 They told two to J H Youcg for 1205 Adair sews ClnclonatsWednesday a car load of hogs and theoWest End at 6 to 6c for the former and 21 to 3Io for the latter gedt o for their various farms In this and ad joining counties They were In Scott seekcW T Robinson sold his cattle 64 bead to J C Caldwell at 525 Will Hawkins of this county bought 1000 turkeys and drove them to Lexington and got So Barrodsburg Herald Letter From Cood Patron AUGUSTA KAS Nov n Enclosed find check for 12 for INTERIOR JOUR NAL and please cnange the address from Dunnvllle to Augusta Kansas M y wife babies and myself after aver pleasant volt In Missouri with rela LIes reached hero Saturday Nov 15 I Quad my brother M F Taylor who has been hero 17 year and who Is on the sunny side of 40 rejoicing over the arrival of his first born a son E P Carpenter and brother O C Car penter of Bustonvllle aro both here They came hero to food cattle and bogs but as they have felled to make satis factory arrangements will start home tomorrow afternoon I find a number of Kentucky people here and of course they are all right They go for faco value every where Please send the INTERIOR regularly as It will holy to dispel that home sick feeling wo Ken tucky people sometimes have Wishing you success I am Yours truly A N TAYLOR CHURCH MATTERS Rev O M Huey will preach at tbo Baptist church at McKIooey at 230- SuodayateraooD Bishop Hugh Miller Thompson o tbe Protestant Eplcopal diocese of Mississippi li dead at Jackson from cancer or the throat The attendance at the Baptist Sun day school has Increased from 40 to 103 since Rev O M Buev has been pee tor Good for three weeks work Thu Rev Hugh Price Hughes tho celebrated Wesleyan minister and leading spirit In tbe social purity movement and Anti Gambling League movement died suddenly In London When you wake up withAnd tasto In your mouth go at once to Craig t Hock era drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Storaachliand Liver Tab lets One or two doses wilt make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation Four hundred cigar and tobacco deal ore have oranlzediln New York fight tbe tobacco trust and tho Burley raisers In Kentucky aroiorganlzlog for the same purpose Wlthjtwo such for mldablo concerns fighting It the octo pus Is bound to go down Soubrette Tfbo Is that man down front who applauds every time the vii flan shows his teeth Comedian Thats Jones the dentist bo mhds the teeth r Chemists In the employ of Armour ii Co say that a cure ifor fools can be made by reducing to a drug tbe thy rold glands of animals killed In tbe Chicago abattoir LANCASTER Circuit court begins Monday Mrs E L Poor has rented her homo L Yahtls 1Eld Moore has bought a bulldlug lott o Walter Beazley for 8500 A new brick walk has been laid In front of the Methodist parsonage W West has moved to town and Is In tbe tobacco business with J T Palmer Mrs Mary Fox has taken possession- of the residence she purchased of Dr Saodlln Some farmers east of Lancaster have sold their turkeys to Madison poultry dealer getting ie Mrs J E Woolford gave a dining Thursday In honor of Mr and Mrs Hubble and Dr and Mrs Sandlln A game of foot ball was played here Thursday afternoon between a Nlcbo asvlllo team and the Lancaster 11 John Lackey who for some time has b een located at RookcastloJ Springe lai accepted a clerkship with F K POI le- A talUbo of Richmond goats passed through Wednesday to sea tbo game of foot ball at Danville that failed to ma terialize O W Anderson and family and Tom Anderson wilt move to Dr Herrings ioue while the doctor goes to the ooo adjoining T 8 Elkln bought some hog of G S Greenleaf at do and some of J 11 Sympeoo at 5Jc and a bunch of cattle from James Clark at 3c Victor Stone Will Walker and a Mr Lawson students of Lexington have returned home on account of the prev alence of smallpox In that city Miss Grace Klnnalrd who recently took a business course In MIddlesborr Is now teaching a class In stenography In a room adjoining Dr Klnoalrds of Lice Tbe teachers association will be hole Friday Nov 2Stb at tbe graded school building beginning at 10 oclock The devotional service will be conducted by Ray J E Wolford While Sheriff Lawson and wife were nearing the railroad crossing on the Crab Orchard road a train pulled In and bauscd their horse to frighten and back into the Underwood residence demolishing the vehicle The occu pants made a narrow escape Those In position to know say that Garrard county people were never In bettor financial condition that more embarrassed farmers have succeeded in paying oil mortgages within the last 9two years than ever before in the solos b of time Many bavo entirely lifted these dreadful burdens and are enjoying prosperity Dr and Mrs Simp Elkln left for Atlantis Wednesday R U Price of Dan ville Is on a hunting trip In the Fall Lick section A C Frank of Lexing too was a visitor here this week Miss Mottle Boazley of Crab Orchard the guest of Dr and Mrs Beazley Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford Is visiting In Upper Garrard J It Baselden and wife are In Cincinnati A telegram was received announcing the death of Miss Fannie Wallace who was tent to Mexico two ycaas ago by tho Paint Lick Presbytery as a mis sionary Miss Wallace was the only daughter of Wm Wallace and a niece of O T Wallace of this city A few days before the time set for her mar rlege Miss Wallace lost her afflancec by death and It ii said that she then declared her Intention of devoting her Ufo to religious work The death of little Josephine Paxton ciueed universal regret In this vicinity 1and community The peculiarly sad circumstances of the childs Illness the untiring efforts and devotion ot her doting grandparents at whose red dance she breathed out the last flicker lag broach of her enfeebled existence and the pitiable situation of both her father and mother who were too themselves during her satire Illness t over come to her bedside has aroused the sympathy and commiseration of this entire locality A Hoboken N J special says The most startling disclosure In the history of anarchistic plow was made bare a Mothers Club of the First M E church by Mrs Lena Dexholmer She declared to the U S Secret Service detectives and to Rev Charles L Meado pastor of the church that lots have been drawn three times among whwMasked robbers beld up a passenger train on tho Colorado and Southern railroad near Trinidad and were preparing to blow up tbe baggage car with dynamite when tbe express killnlog one man The others then fled The assertion of Lord Kelvin that the worlds coal supply will bo exhaust ed In 400 years makes us wODderiba will be the price per too of anthracite In the 399th year Lexington Democrat p 5 The contract for tbe Goeoel menu meat will be awarded next month u n THEri of Mankind to be well dressed has resultrBltcd in Clothing makers reaching very high etandtin Uelld toVcnr We if4r May we have the pleas ot showing them to you ri fure tt IT PAYS TO TRADEAT 13 GLOBE 1ti1lferchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing t satisfiedtf Ku l ft SOLD HEALTH I Blast with Stove temperature Ie BYBETTER end night and a memory is comfort In a warm room a new fire and more If you buy Imitations Hot Blast Be Higgins a CKinneISTANFORD KENTUCKY aE ntic1crA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure cure for the odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without injuryjto health or clothing All tho ingredients aro perfectly harmless Prepared by W B McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY GUNSJ tAmmunition Hunting Vests C We will make you the olowest Prices you can get for CASE Craig Hocker STHNFORD CARSON PENCE DEALERS IllIi Carriages Buggies Phaetons V I Wagons Buck I boards Harness andeare sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes a r Tfffi INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County ti i candldalt for elate Tr- arorublect to the action of the Democratic puly ROBERT HARDING- of DanTl1Ie Uicjodldite for Circuit Jndaea Ject to the noble of the Democratic ranT CHARLES A HARDIN ofMercer ii a candidate tar Commonwealth At toroc r In tliU the ISth Judicial dtrlctubjcI to the action or the democratlo party HAVING consigned to eternal pen tlon doctors drueglets lawyer preachers and reporters John Alexander Dowlo who claims to be Elijah the 2nd bas now put General Booth and the Salvation Army on the black lilt Says be Unless Gen William Booth makes retraction and repents of tbe many lies bo told about me he will die and die In disgrace No man can lie about Gods chosen prophet and live Moody tried It and Is dead Many more lied about me in 1895 and all save one are now lying In their graves That exception is now at the head of the skeleton army- JUDGEGUFFY has announced that he will not be a candidate for the repub can nomination for governor of KeD tucks but that be will be a Candida for the republican nomination as rep reeentatlve to the Legislature from the counties of Butler and Edmonson The office of representative Is about as bllt a job as Gully is capable of holdli down As chief justice of Kentucky highest court he Is the worst that ever happened OFFICIAL Inspection of the ballots cast at the recent election tn New York ehowa that some 4000 ballots evidently intended for Coler the democratic K u bernatorlal candidate were thrown out In that city With the same practl throughout the State Odella appare majority for reelection will be more than obliterated IT looks like Congressman Cannon has already won his race for Speaker ship Ho has 78 votes in the Middle West and other States are counted onto give him at least 27 votes which will make 105 or exactly the required number HENRY M BOSWORTH who mad Fayette one of the best sheriffs the county ever had baa announced tor State treasurer He la a wheel horf democrat a splendid gentleman antis well fitted for the office he seeks IN Topeka Kansas ISO suits for dl vorce have resulted from 501 marrlag e licenses granted there In the last 10 months Topeka Is getting almo as bad as Louisville TOE Virginia Legislature lays claim to a 300 pound member whose neck III so large that he lu unable to wear a collar POLLHon Vincent forcing is said to be slated for the chairmanship of the Committee on Printing The socialist vote throughout the Uoltad States at the recent elections may aggregate 600000 against 211ft votes polled In 1392 The republicans of the Plrievllle die ttlct will hold a primary May 2 to name candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths Attorney Representative Richardson of Ten nsssee says be baa not authorized the statement that be would not be a coo testant for the position of minority leader in the next House There Is said to be little prospect of antitrust legislation at the coming session of Congresa The entire time is expected to be consumed in debate with the probability of an extra session n the spring Lawyers representing the nine judi cial districts of the United States will be on the Executive Committee mak ing arrangements for the celebration of the 25th anniversary of Mr Justice t Harians entry to the Supremo Court bench December 0 Charges of bribery have been made in the criminal court at Butte Mont against Charles W Clark the son of U S Senator Clark Disbarment pro I ceeding were begun against Arthur J Shores and D Gay Stivers attorneys in the Amalgamated Copper Combine Tho republican convention In the counties of the judicial district Instructed for O H Waddle of Somerset for county Judge to siltceed T Z Morrow and he be nominated by acclamation at tho district convention at Somerset next Saturday All the counties except Clinton Instructed for J N Sharp of Williamsburg for Commonwealths Attorney Dave Lee Andrew Hand and Burt den Bates who withdrew a plea of not guilty of Incendiarism at Prattavllle t Ala were sentenced to be hanged af ter pleading guilty Fire which started in the residence of Mrs Amanda Meece of Somerset I burned three dwellings causing a eo 000 loss with 12000 Insurance Nelson Herab editor of the N Y World Sunday edition was killed by falling from his buggy Charles C Anderson of Chattanoo ga commuted suicide on Lookout t Mountain I SOMERSET The recent oaeteoiwlilble in so many portions of the State was seen here by a number of citizens There Is a mountain of sand a ehort distance east of town that Is said to be superior to any for making One glass- Houses are In great demand here 10 much so that when a lot It sold for a building the house la spoken for In ad vance of lu erection Rev Fred D Halo of Owonsboro conducting an interesting meeting at the Baptist church O P MoMal and wife Dr and Mrs J S Stapp and Mrs Kendrick were pleasantly enter tamed Tueedav evening at the home of Mrs John May There are nine Immense oil tanke each reaching the capacity of 210000 barrels near the depot the oil belog piped from the gushers of Wayne county The oil company Is erecting an 1m meote power house propelling the 011 to the Atlantic All this may seem al mere fiction to the blue grass plodder but come to this modern Athens and be convincedEight southeast of the city can be found Inexhaustible coal mines of most excellent quality Many of the8e mines are being worked and supply the city with fine coal though the moet primitive methods are used in mining It There Is a great scarcity of band I In the mines on account of the Standard 011 Company using all available force In laying their pipe line through to Virginia and other points Rev A C Fellows of Portsmouth 0 arrived this week to take charge of the M E church The congregation tendered him a handsome reception on Tuesday evening to which all the pas tore and their congregations were In rated The Interior of the chnrh was beautifully decorated and arranged for the comfort of all and there was a least of reason and flow of soul every one feeling that U was good to be hereSomerset Is an upto date little city with Its splendid water works and strei Ights which latter will soon be chan ed for electric lights and wide pretty treets that are undergoing Improve menU in the wmaof sidewalks and inalt pavements The churches all eem to be wide awake in their work and responsibilities each pulpit betel filled with earnest zealous pastors who are on the alert as to their various utles and obligations The publIc Ichool building Is going up as rapidly as experts can progress and the weather continuing good the brick layers wl1 finish their work In the next three weeks When completed It will be a lodern structure of which even out State should be proud MRS STAPP MATRIMONIAL A New York specUl says Roland B ollnoux will fight his wifes suit for divorceE Mays aged 20 and Miss Ethel Brady aged 18 were married at Row laDd Wednesday The engagement of Oscar Watts of ndersoo and Miss lye F Sanders of Mercer Is announced Jawed M Williams a widower of and Mrs Salllo Brummott a widow of 21 were made one yesterday Joseph Stratton aged 21 and Mrs Katie Brown a widow of 30 were married at John Waggoners yesterday Joe Partin aged 62 a respects farmer was married to Ellen Hembree lied 18 Both live at Tlnsley Bel counLyR Hicks a bachelor of 65 and Mrl Lizzie Warrlner a widow of 45 w ere married at Supt Garland Singleton office by that gentleman Wednesday Hon A B Smith a wellknown at rney of Plnevllle about 60 years old- anda grandfather basjust taken his fourth wile She Is Mary Miracle aged 16 Pretty Florence McFarltn was Itab- bed to death by Mrs Frank Young at Chester New York The woman lined the girl bad estranged her husband Otho Vaughan who married Miss- Maude Brown Ic Clarksvllle Tenn- last week filed suit for divorce He- allegel that ho was Intoxicated and agreed to the marriage under duress Will C Pettus the clever Crab Orchard druggist was married at Llv- Inlrston Wednesday to Miss Allie F18b- tbe handsome daughter of Mrs M E Fllh also of tho East End The bride- lived here for a year or more and made- many friends Mr Pettus is one of- the best young men of the East End Charles Johnson the clever Huston vllle and Moreland transfer man was married at Moreland Wednesday to- Mlu Naomi Hopkins a charming ing lady of that place llev Ellis of Georgetown performed the ceremony at the brides home where only a few intimate friends were Invited Miss ipklna la originally from Carroll county and la as pretty as sbo Is popular Mr Johnson Is a good business man sober and Industrious and is Ilk ed by all who know him They left at- once for Cincinnati to spend their honeymoon Refugees from the neighborhood of the volcano Santa Maria in Guatemala report that thousands of Iadlanl- bave been asphyxiated or burled by- land Rudolph Klett of Elizabeth N J fs dead from Injuries received In a foot ball game HUSTONVILLE Guv Eli llvtagoo he Fork died after a protracted Illness J Baugbman has bought Mn Morale farm near Moreland Mrs Mary J Weatherford lost by death her handsome carriage horse A 15pound daughter arrived at tbe home of Mr and Mrs D H Skinner Wednesday night The baby of Mr and MM William North died Tuesday and the parei have much sympathy In their loss Do you wonder this beautiful fall weather has been commented upon it Mrs Josh Brown bought a house aQd lot at Moreland and will shortly move there Mr C K MoCluro Is to pleased wlth Kansas that he has sold his farms here Mr Dalton of Moreland bought one and Mr Bragsdale tho other Died on the 14th of consumptlo Mrs J H McHargue A husband and six Children are left to mourn the los of wife and mother A large crowd attended tho burial here The many friends herd of S B Cald well of Paducah are grieved to hear of the death of his mother She was a Miss Napier of this place and was a splendid Christian lady A large crowd attended the sale of W H Wright Saturday last He has sold his farm here and will move to Lexington where be has bought proper y He Is an expert vegetable raise and will devote his entire time to the work We regret to lose them bu trust that success will be theirs A large and appreciative audIence attended the Delsarte entcrtalnmen liven by Mrs A D Reid at the open house Tuesday evening The drill were catchy and pretty The children working song was as amusing as Mrs Vlgg of the Cabbage Patch II Mr Reid deserves the highest commends Ion together with thoao who partlcl paced Mr Beecher Adams formerly of Birmingham Ala but now of the Adi ondacks paid his friends here a short visit last week The nomadlo lIfo hi hal been living for the past year has proven beneficial for he la the picture of health John Morris of Louisville pent several days with T L Carpon ter Miss Mellle Hopper has returned from a visit to Miss Anne Coot Huff nan at Lexington W S Hoffman pent Sunday here Mr and Mrs Jaa VRIffe have returned from a visit to hair son at Erlanger Miss Settle Lo an of Danville spent several days at Mn Mary Wisatherfords Coleman Sutton has accepted a position at At ants with Joe Jordan Miss Myrtle Drye and brother James attended the jceptlon gives Mr and Mrs Meredith Pruitt at the home of the groom Miss Minnie Dlnwlddle left Tuesday for Lou ivllle William Dodd and Florence Powell have returned from Bradford Tile FORWENT My toreronm recently occupied byWm everance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY Giboney Fs Jeffries LvoryFoodSaloStablo Liberty Ky Drummer Rigs a specialty oldFeedloves and Mules bought bones receive personalattentlo- nSTANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan thomums and Rosos I noticeFloral design on e Redding and Ve etable Plants of all kinds In season ioneiOrIng3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford arrodsburg II Democrat IIfOR SALEII S This excelent In a splendid ton- can be secured at a reasonable sum Fine portunlty for a wide a wake man to- make good money Apply to W P WALTON Lexington Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary aCheOeartDIeue Also OrgansI Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary write lr 1ennet lie line agent a life time curing just such cues IUOUra All consultations ree A gravel lodged In my bladder Aftei utag tow ot Penncrs Kidney nod llackacho Cure 1 a travel halt at as a marble Too medlcluo prevented was cured tuttbarSormatloWT OrrhrVa Druggists tl Ask for Cook Book Free STYITUSDANC JL DljFe np i The Grand Leaderoq Jfii Shtoa lallci1 ILotl Sodium weight dark grey Morton n perfect fitting Walking Skirt with the latest bell shape back 3inch bottom with 7rov stitch ing worth 8300 ale cial S108 GRAND LEADERS uhoh h h J u hdom aq A KER HAIR BALSA- aDd autuiTd- a r Jalto nabr oar onoIial emdiClrkills FOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated on Somerset street H town consul log of dwelling of seven room betides kitchen and servants room and a floe eel larmoke house chicken house coal house and good stable end 10 acres of landi 3 hydrant In the yard and one for itock i well cistern combined near tho door far drinking purpose Said In rood repair JA8 P BAILEY BROWN B BROW- NAttorneysntLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the Stale Courts alto In State and Courts Collections made and promptly remi- ttedPOSTED 1 We whose names appear below strict forbid hunting flihtng or any kind of treaspasilng on our plans and prosecute rlolator to the full extent of the law J Nevln Carter P W Vaster Jame McCormack J F Cover Mn Mscgle Bibb James N Cash Mr J H White Jame Messrr Alex Traylor Tom Stone Will Mattle Hewe Joseph Italian J W Bangbman 8 T Uarrls W R Dudderar Id F Lawrence J T Blngaman W P Grimes Mrs Malctna Lawson T A nice Mrs Mary U Givens J S locker Peter Oalmer W K Amon A D Root R T Pence Oeo D Hopper George Holme- Mr Marv Huffman John B Foster To the Coal Consumer t out fIin ft Sinn the coal dealen we now to furnish the people of and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for club Farmers we wlU take your bay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price Wo solicit your trade and guarantee weight for your money Orden at coat house phone 41 or Boone livery stable No 08 Boone tSd IDvinaveatS- T1MFORO KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east side of College street In Ilmtonvllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery table and vacant lot This property 1s well ar ranged for hotel or house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 5x75 and outbuilding necessary for hotel and livery purposes and good vacant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water In abundance is well for private r Is now rented for that parpo o If you want Rood paying property In lIultonvlIe call on or address D 8 Carpenter Jlullon vllle Ky VVehavejustreceiv edjandSput on sale the finest line of Ladies Fine Walking Skirts ever brought to Stan ford Owing to an enormous purchase we0purchased them at ONETHIRD off regular PRICE Hence these prices we will sell you Lot 2 Navy Blue anti Black Twilled Cheviot Walk ing Skirt full flnring circular Bewed tailormade seams with 3 rows rniccd coaling allround flounce ribbon waist hand in voted plcatetl back 10 rows stitching worth 81 special tape price 8230 Lot 3 slot seam skirt the very latest full flaring cut flinty stitch ed bottom in allwool Melton colors dark light grey blue and black a regular 85 CO value special sale price 8385 u iLot 4 Strlcdya1looJ limed cloth walking skirts rondo up In every now style colors lightgrcy dark grey mingled tai lor cflecU black and blue regular price 8U now 8008n1eo hnndlo SororU pctliconU Sco our 8150 black mcrcor izcd petticoat at 8100 THEHAYS LEVY Props B LEVY Manager1a7Nd a one Stanford all Property flounce double lilted IN CONNECTIONa With Thanksgiving we like to call your mitten tion to our nice line of Tableware such asCnrv Sets SpootlsBllkinbandChafi Dishcs Etc W H MUELLER i 1 We Never Guess l People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they get hero withIout insisting The public at large is not half as particular aarwe are in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate filling of their prescriptions In the buying r or compounding of drugs wo rover 1 guesiltVc make Intro that everything is right in every particular to us e Pennys Drug StoreStanford FURNITURE IIi i That suits for EVERYBODY Odd Dressers Washstands and Beds that fold Wood and Iron Center Tables DiningTables and Chairs Elegant assortment of RockersBed Lounges Box Couches Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloth Wall Paper Building Paperand Pictures Frames to ORDER C CARPENTER IKy 1Ky Dr Ft Goldstein w OF LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will bo at tho Veranda Hotel jOnlThere are numerous conditions where glasses are required and give relief to head aches illzzinecB darling puns In eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensation la or about the eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect your children1 eYHDlfficult cases hours 9 A u to 4 rI St Aeaph Hotels Stanford t I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ID02IIn filling your prescriptions wo uee tho right medicines In the exact tions and with propor caro Wo could not do bettor If yon paid ui doublo the price which Is always reasonable Poe cys Druz StOro PERSONALS 4 MR T C WILLIS li tick JARVE J Cooic of Ito kcaetlo was hero Tuesday Miss HIIODA WniTEU BBsUtlnjf In Sorcranco is Sons store Miss MAKTHA MKNEKEB Is In Flue burg Pa attending an oral school Miss LVCILR MENEFKK has returned from the Conservatory of Muilo at Gin clnnatlMns GRANT NORTH went to Pine vlllo Tuoidav to visit friends MRS LEE DEAN of Crab Orchard niMna civil engineering corps on tho L k- V N MR K L TANNER of McKinney took the train hero for Nashville Tues Rood friend Prof M Datdayt of Lancaster was hero Tues KATE MILLER of Danville at t tended the burial of little Joiophlne IPaxtoD JJEAN LASLEY of Crab Orchard spent several days with Mrs An nlo Lasley MR A C SINE wont to Springfield Tuesday to work up the Maccabee lodge there MR M D LEVY of Louisville spent several days with his brother and sister here Mil JOSH STONE of Washington Ci ty spent several days with his monho- and brother at Liberty MRS Wu WARREN of Danville spent Monday In the city on her way home from St Louis Courier Jour 4natMR Eo V CARSON of the West End II back from a protracted trip which Included St Louts Bloomington and Indianapolis Mn A D ROOT Is converting his home on tbo nuitonvllle pike Into a beautiful residence It hardly looks like the same place I MR W A FOWLE originally from Nicholas county but later from Madi son has located at Rowland whore be has bought property MRS ED WILKINSON Is keeping house for her parents Mr and Mrs John W Moore of Casey whllo they aro visiting In Knoxllle I MISSES OlilELIA LACKEY and Pat tie Alcorn leave this morning for a visit to the Lackey delegation at St Louts They will bo gone some time MRS LARUE COINAGE of Dall Texas and Miss Mary Coppage of Georgetown are tbo guests of their sister Mrs 0 W Martin at Saufley I MR J S HUNDLEY tell through tbo collar door of J L Beazley k Cos store tho other day sad sustained se I yore since bruises which have laid him up MR 0 F PEAOOCU was taken to the Confederate Homo at Peweo Valley J Tuesday Mr Sam Englcman of this place accompanied him and will spend a few days there A HANDdOMB little son arrived yef tarday morning to bless the union of Mr and Sirs J W Daugbman T youngster has been named Willi Henry Daughroan MR MD HARDIN of Montloollo who has been on a visit to his son Mark Hardln went to Crab Orchard yesterday to spend a few days with his brother Mr Samuel Hardln MR JAB BURTON of Montgomery Ala Is spending few days with reU dyes here Ho Is considerably reduced In avoirdupois having but recently gotten out of a hospital In Montgom ery MESSRS C C WILLIAMS and John W Brown of Mt Vernon were on Wednesdays train en routo to the Lox ington asylum with Judge O W McClure who has been In bad condition mentally for some months TIIK following people were enter tamed by Mr G A Dunn at Junction City Wednesday evening In honor of Mr and Mrs M E Pruitt Mr and Mrs N L Curry Mr and Mrs C J Nugent Mr and Mrs J S Davenport Miss Jennie Hunt Miss Rosa Kills Mr Jesse Davenport Mrs J H Prultt and Miss Maggie Phillips LOCALS VIEW China at W H Mueller CHINAWARE cost you nothing S Grand Leader b4SEE tho now and elegant rockers G L Carpenters HEATING etovea and ranges Call and sco them Farrls k Co DONT forget the contest Thanks giving evening Securo your eeata now MEAT Cutters Sausage Bluffers and Lard Presses at John Bright Jr Cos WE bave brightened our cloak stock with somoswell garments Severance Sons SOUVENIRS la China at W H Muel lets FOR sea GraII1gb standtheSOME skunk stole big kettle out of Mrs Monroe Curtis yard the other night tenWANTEDTo applyTAXES Six per cent will bo added SDauJbtnllo picgiveGarland Singleton Superintendent suW100earnmore an East End suburb of Rowland SEE our floe selection of Cughon every piece W H Muel loc platbutopened a barber shop and bath roomI Junction City DIG TURNIP Mr K L Tanner a McKlnney raised oc his Casey county farm a turnip which weighs 8f pound Who can beat that STOREROOM at Hustoavllle for rent Splendid stood for goats furnisher JamesFrJeFOR SALH Stock of merchandise Best location for country store In Ken tucky 10 acre lend and all Improve meats Drummer Junction City Ky 4t r bllaoralr Co has sold Its Star Drilling Machine to Wm Dabney of Knox for 12000 It will bo taken to the Knox oil field at oncewDompbill LaDcalergiving eyening MR PLASTER OF PARIS pr nounced by the dramatic orifice of country to be ono of the funniest OperaJoueMRS A D REID will present herI Deltarto entertainment at Liberty Monday night week Circuit court Tho young people wbo took part In the Hustoovlllo entertainment will go with her THE Ladles Aid Society of tho Pre a byterian church will tiara an exchange In kusale almost everything good to eat Patronize them MR WATT FIELDS has rebuilt his shop which was burned at Turners vlllo some months ago and Is ready aod willing to wait oh his old customers and McDeoInersylllo church LAST CHANCE Iace of my dep WedaeldayNovand Hustonvlllo Friday 28th This will bo your last chance to pay your iimlento favored with le ulQb lion Henri Watterson on Thursday evening Doc 4 The Con tral University Athletic Association brings him there and It goes without saying that a crowded house will greet the distinguished editor and REYNOLDS Joel Boynolds a brot er of Assessor M G Reynolds died at Lakeland Monday and was burled the Leo burying ground near Way4 burg Wednesday Mr Reynolds was 33 years old and had been in a feeble condition mentally since he was child when ho had a severe spell scarlet fever COULTER k BONTA have withdrawn their advertisement offering for sale 2700 sores of timbered land In Ad county They have been offered ti price they asked but decided to hold It for more money believing that the chances now are favorablo for a hot development of the section in which bOUilbtMrabove tract CIRCUIT COUnT Charlie Stringer Will Crutchflold and George Bandue icy ware acquitted of the charge of break tlog into and attempting to rob tbo Lincoln County National Bank Tho jury was given the caso at 1030 Tues byCommonwealths at coon a verdict of acquittal was an nounced Friends of tho accused re mained with them during the entire tbolrdlsebarloed throughouttha trial of four days or moreJIn the case of Herman Weldem sea a aloetJohnTurnbulloharglag tres pass latter was fined IIS fliou ART China at W H Muel lerasec8wayGraBdFRESH Baltimore oysters always hand TC Willis onI FRESH car load of lime cement rock salt etc Uiggns McKlnney LAP robs and horto blankets In dlf ant styles and qualities J C Mo ClaryplaWE pay special attention to ohll drens shoes Sec us bolero buying Severance Sons IF you have been having trouble get ting expression try an instantaneous turo at Miss Sacrays THREE plea gilts three boars all bject to register for solo Weigh pound Mark Hardln Stanford Miss SARAn VAUOIIT Mlts Pearl Faulconcr and Metsrs R O and J W nningham have entered tho contest as the Danville quartette Danville will send a strong delegation with themNeLIBERTY Joe Jordan will bo at Glboney b Bolls stable Liberty next Monday county court day to buy 50 131fstable Hustonvllle Tuesday following for the tame purpose THE ladles of tbo Christian church will have on solo in Severance k Sons beforeean they oak that liberal patronage bo giv en them They also ask that shoe who bring the good things to hay them at the storeroom by 0 oclock All donations thankfully received TilE Lady Maccabees ofMcKlnnoy gave a delightful oyster supper a t Wares Jail Tuesday night but the attendance Will small owing to tho bsd and an entertainment at flue bioKl4do net to te Commander M F Elkin was on hand and made an Interesting talk the headssomo display of presents be and his brldo received last week Tbero were 83 In all and Included was almost ov erything ono could think of Tbo Sun day school at Moreland presented tbo groom with a beautiful silver water set with his name engraved on It Mr Pruitt Is a very active church member an 3 Sunday School worker MACCADEE LODGE FOR HUSTON VILLE State Commander M F El in Is at Hustonvlllo working up a Maccabeo lodge and he has every as surance that a splendid Tent will be organized In that town He showed us a list of gentlemen who had agreed to become members and it Included tI best people of that favored For a good fraternal order which pays promptlyeecheerfully commend the K O T Thousands of dollars have been paid widows tied orphans hero and the drat scarcely over come later than 30 da after official notification of death Is tho cheapest and best Insurance we know of TilE saddest death wo have had to chronicle in a long time is that of Ili Josephine Paxton tho sevenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph B Paxton Her death Is especially sad because her parents bavo both been ill for months and scarcely knew of their little darlings sickness T phoid fever was her trouble and b orrAlexb C oa at noon Tuesday Josephine had been seemingoelq worse little frame was too weak to stand tho lost and fatal change for tho war so ehofwas on those lathers and mothers who ha experienced a similar sorrow have any Idea Truly theeo toad parents are a0llctlo00 R God great that this their dark hour may soon bo changed to bright day commontegoo out to Mr and Mrs Paxton in t loss of dear little Josephine tho idol of her parents and loved by all who ca In contact with tho sweet child An immense crowd attended the burial In Buffalo Cemetery yesterday morning and there was scarcely a dry eye as the Knowwhite casket was lowered Rev- S M Rankin almost broko down aLIto conducting services at lobo grave His talk was a most excellent one while the prayer by Eld A R Moore Lancaster was as earnest aa It good Flowers brought by loving and sympathetic friends literally hid little mound that marks tho coat place of tho angollo little child whoso death has brought sorrow to this en tire section The pall bearers wero Messrs J W Rout Sr John J Me Roberta W M Bright J S Owe c9 Jr It G Denny R C Warren H J McRoberts and Geo B Cooper SEE W H Mueller ad oa our ond page FOR SALEW F Btfmpion Co new computing scales J B Hfgglne Stan ford Ky 2t IBlo FISH Capt B N Roller tells Mr E Flabback of Livingston caught a 12pound salmon out of Rock1 cattle river the other day OAnNETT Mr Edwin Garnett a ther of Mrs Joe S Rice of this ce died at Cave City Wednesday after a short Illness aged 18 Ho was a most excellent young man Mr and Mrs Rico were present at tho burial AT a meeting of the city council last night a lot of claims were ordered paid and the following gentlemen were ap pointed supervisors Metsrs T J Foster John W Rout Sr and John N Mooofeo M O Vandeyeer was elected councilman in place of Peter Straub Jr IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Edwards was killed by a fall 1ng tree in Adair Wilson Hall was shot and killed by a countyWPope of Boyle Is dead at Tltusvllle- P4 BenryKylerself Inflicting probably fatal wounds The physicians of Mercer county have organized with Dr Henry Plum mol president and Dr J M English secretary C B Cloyd of Mercer had his six married children dine with him the other day and for dessert he gave each of them 1600 In greenbacks saysIncharged with the murder of Israel Sparks a change of venue to Jackson county hae been granted McDaniel was not allowed ball Charges were made against A D Hampton a mem bbr of tbo bar at that place Ho was accused of taking a tea on both sides of a case Hampton was suspended from the practice of law for one year An appeal was granted Home For Sale I I desire to tell my home on Totten Aye cottagebarnJonesLaaclter FARM FOR SALEI I desire to sell my farm of 100 acre loca LickStationly bait of which li In cultivation the re goodsulntantlalouthouses Well watered by cistern gs smaHfamW OIVENS Stanford Ky J W PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re ShopaEast Main Street STANFORD andDiGOOA11 ItPUBLIC SALE Having decided to go West I will on TUESDAY NOVEMBER SJ 1003 myplaceEntiredeeral pieces of old tlma furniture inch M grandfather clocks pale work mules 3yearsold well broke 1 8yearold horse workhollluyear old hone colt j old family mare In foal to jacks S 700pound steers 3 milk cows with young calf 6 good steer calresi 6 or 8 anderturkey Ohamplon binder good as new barrake8uporlorharrow Thomas smoothing harrow 3 bone cultivators single shovel plows 3 epbolter duo to calve and other thing too numerous to mention such as wagon bar offoddering new set of Iron planes Sale will begin ofJpvuT D English Auct PUBLIC SALE I Of stock crop household and kitchen uten lib Having sold my farm I will offer for sale FRIDAY NOVEMBER S3 1002 Ttufotlowlng described property at public ofhaon the Turnersvllle k McOormack Church lmmare dycarsold 2 good family hones nice mare mule of work mulesl mulq colt a cows l0 caves 10 good yearling ateeri good brood sows ready to plgIS fat hogs shoats bull 8 months extra good homo railed ewes S 2horso wagons 3 sets of wagon harness 6 sets of plow gear I buggy 2 buckboards sets of harness set double harness 2 binders mower hey rake nearly new Ilanter2 alweesloe table writing leak all klndsot dishes and canned fruits 150 barrels of corn in tho eulag chickens the beit In the country 3 sowing machines almost new Dicks cutting box extra good power gasoline stove 40 bushels of on ions Terms made known on day of sale Ev erybody come Wilt have dinner on the grounds and plenty of shelter If It Is a bad day8ale begins promptly at 0 oclock x sk D CARTER t Lei us Clothe YOU Overcoats top style top quality bottom PRICE Mens snits to fitthe Fancy thoform and the POCK BOOKBoys clothing tho fullest meaning of the name PERFECTION Overcoats 500 to 2000 MensSuits 500 to1850 Boys Suits 100 to 750 Boys Overcoats 2 to 10 KFWECANFITYOU Cummins a McClary KEEP WARM OvercoatsOver Over Shirts Over Shoes Under Wear Warm Gloves Latest Things ig the Market Terms Cash H u J1 McRoberts Is t t j WE i if rs y IInojnstrcturnoIfromourTHlnDI CloaksSkirts BlanketsUnderwear Dress Goods Hosiery and iGloves We want your businesssa- nd will leave no stone unturned torn get it We buy your patronage and pay tho highest price by selling you aft your goods at the LOWEST possi table price consistent with quality iJ 4i u Severance Sons New Store I JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement v v i v i ve e e 5 a1 J YieirS el tt s iII C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of eo acres JnltIoatslda of the town limits It Is one of prettiest homes around Btanforil and twostorydwellingdry cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc- Ing Is kept up by others Very little teatIlag to do Splendid barn a good doer Land In a good state of cultivation with most of U In grass Good roomy meat house etc Terms to suit purchaser Call and see the plats J 8 Hundley Stanford J lTHE INTERIORJOURNAL Jfntered n the p Ktfflce nt Stanford ai oondclall mater- 1MN12satadTtriwSsy ancSrrtcSV- AT 1 PER YEAR CASH flf When not sopsldsaOO will brehsrged o24Traln KNDXVILLEUIVISION going North 11d6am I 024It M2SOmoft It SoutbMt22SamNot1 It M1253p m For all Points A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OMotvr UeBobarts Drug Store in the Owsley I Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky I Officn over nigging A McKlnncys Ston Telephone No 01 HCNEWLAN SURVEYOR Walnut Flat Kentucky Offers his services to the people ot Lincoln and adjo1nIng counties NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBSS4S3MProrip JUNCTION CITY KY SlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates- Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Bain Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hing first class Porters aeetlall trains M 89 FOX LOGAN PANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mule constantly on band and Jor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bU serficea ai duotoins r toVtho people of Lincoln County He will plcaae you both in work and price Write to him J+ + C A Y USTDEBTAKBB EMBALMER And Defdear In HATHBSS 5ADDLEBT 0 Stanford Ky isL Beazle Co Undortakors and- Embalmers DIArdZIIX I Ftmiitnre9fattinK8Rngs They will Exchange Furniture for all klndi of Stork Give them a call Prlcearlgat STANFORD KENTUCKY Eo C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Trean IControl Kentucky Real Estate rXCnang TITLE CO Stanford Ky ioporchdose to llj Price No 2Small torn 37 cnl 8 muss from Mn ford llouwol four good room lack porch la I veranda UooJ barn act other buildings In good Ir Cut in six fields well frnceJ urea In cultivation one acre in fruit tree rest In qrr tioutht at commlisloner a sal at bargain and n be sold at bargain ddailtoololnewWfrlw rrlce 133 acre Ln and JO ThUlsabarxsln No slIoute and lot In SUnlorJ Hous ton lain fire rooms Uood stable and S acres of 10 well fenced One of prettiest building lots into room enough In front for two other cottages or 2 story front be built to the cottage and be made a btlautUlI1 borne WUI be sold cheap u tbe owner must have money So4 Two story frame dwelling 7 room b1l and veranda Oooa giiUen fencing and bou111 good repair For tale or rent rice reasonable No House and lot in Stanford Tbtee room and Iront porch Good garden and stable Good repair Will be sold cheap No 7 House and lot in Stanton IK dories rooms Uood garden smoke and coal bone s 001r Farm of 80 seres 2 mile Iron Sian lord on county road 2S elii culUrallon ar In pasture 2 t orchards and rest In timber Two small cottages good bun and outbuildings w watered and lenetng fairly good Mac can be bought at your price as owner lies In Indlini Us and mutt bare money No 9 farm of VU acre four mile from Stan ford on best pike In the county Sixty acres 10 whftat 40 In oTa B In timothy GIn clow and I In flne Is cut In six fields well fence watered nererfailingwell and prlDg Iwo ongoodulldlnes both dwellings being on Wks hefty trait Uand enough Umber to mike eooo pouts Apleold bluegrass farm and onlr 20 minutes drive tram tbe county neat Owner of dne fsrut adjotnt this tbll has recently refused fU Oleum W otter at acreo1129 land with necessary Impro meutmlle from Stanford Dwelling has four rooms reraoda ball and porch Large barn mot house etc We watered and fnced and bundle gs In good repair rrlce reasonable No It ofsix rooms halt and porch iccccssary outbuildings and gtrden Also large towry store room 2SxW lest lower room suppl with counters shelve etc ater In dwelling i nd storeroom also elsteru and well on tdace Small h backofatore Oueml1e from 8tanlord hulldta- lagoolrepair and dwelling originally met lleOO and tore onr 1200 Will tell both for MO will rent or stll separately No J2M acre farm fi mile of Crab Urcbari Sy Brick dwelling rooms two tenant hoiu tobarns well end spring near dwelling hum In high vat ot cultlratlon acreS ricer ooUom laud good fencing fruit etc Price f370 an cre No 14100 acres of land on Lancaster street 10 Crab Orchard oppo ltSprinp no 1m irorements except large stock abnadsnra ot stock water Prettiest oulldlng site In town Irtce No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancas treet HUll lord 7 rooms mum etc Cod 1600J will ssll for 11000 No t7A farm of 165 acres near Hustonrlll of tight rooms ball veranda etc On tenant houwtock tarn large tobacco barn and tber outbutldlngv Cistern and good well In lb yard and water In erery field on the place Fan rut in oven tidd and arst clasa land No 1IOFarm of acre situated near King llle Ky 60 acre In culllratlon 89 In Umberri two t xjd barns and 0th- mtbulthingsgood repair DeUlIlIrt tomperalhc- y new Is within of three eburche hool postoffic and C B depot Property lies 00 pllte and road and Ia the most deslrsb arID In that section Wi will sell the whole farm lor 12400 or la of not less than 30 acre to uUpurebuer Thu certainly cheap properiy No 53 Farm of 75 acres near Wanesbur welling good barnsYell watered tencli Illd buildings In good Products lime none land In good aeifhborhood close to boo and on good road 700 slana 0300 acne In Lincoln county Tbree good dwellings S good barn and other out iIldlDgs each hove barn etc about the cent of 100 acre All on county road Ji mile Iron church school and and wet tobttcefarmentered This Is a good and would ult two or three families that might want to come lrom the same neighborhood Price reasonable No MoA farm of 103 acres In county Kr- One and one ball dwelling with six room lood barn and other outbuildings Blxty acre It iltlTallon 45 acres In timber fruit trees eta well on road else to church bool eta PriwonlyKOO 14o68 Firm of lib acre la Casey county Two tory tame dwelling two good barn and other tbulldlogi in good repair Spltndld tobacco- and and liffood A bargain st 130 No STxtViruiofllSacrt in Casey count A ne w two tory 8 room frame dwelling and old welling In fair coodltJon llama and other out tn collnt rod splendid tobacco land- ellwatercdtwowellsaprl getc Tbl Ia a d cable home Price tlpa No fiSFlfty acre near Pleasant Point Xr- Frame house S rooms and Barn and other buildings area in cultlratton rest in tla- bar Well watered yards from poaloOoucnoo and church lays well on and In cow mUIIUr Price fWe day buyer for 250 or 300 acre firm situated from one three mile from town Also buyer boullOO ate situated from one to tour mile frow town with or without ImproTements Alto a buyer for an to 110 000 farm close to town No IS Four houses and lots In Rowland Kr- Price f each NolJ WJi acres of land near Crab Orchard cbpo20 Twostory house 9 rooms haliTeranda 12 acre splendid land adjolnlagjn Stanford Irop- enr In good water and lights In house els natuoor Ueautlful home IMee 11000 No 22 llouseol tin rooms porch one acre srround and good stable One rom town Price 1200 No 23 Faro of 143 acre Smllellrolll Stanford Frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 2 larva one- loga stable and wagon shed combined thl other extra good tram with cattle sheds attached Barn especially arranged for curia tobacco AII- Obeunry and corn crib Fine orchard FellelDI In good repair Well ltered12 cisterns etc This farm has been occupied a rormr own er and II well preserved and Impruted Is In mile of postomce IU school for 1902 for rent and is cultltated com wheat tobacco and clover Title perfect iprntownrrlt600 aa county record willow W No21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acre land 10 Portland Uood barn and neoassary oulbulld- logs 2 wells In yard splendid uslonlrlce10 trawberriea tlate 026 Frame hotel Urge rooms double teran dlol hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom rollllog street 30 feet from hotel up stairs tulla for welling 2 nice cottages nicely furnished peril and painted 4 rooms and veranda each A large barn on same used ulivery table Oood- carden Intlot adjoining 30 feet front by 200 feet deep All of this property Is In London Ky lld U atone china for some one to make money IrOprllor has refused to rent property for 130 pn- mOlllb On account of ill health of his wife onl- yon for selling proprietor desire to exchange fur farm in Lincoln county No 27A tarts of see In Garrard count- ynllefromLanceterKy3 All la grass tlmotb- ydonr and bluegrass wale land- reelT watered br apringwells ponds and brancbrehroucb the pl Ii rich and luctlte grows hemp and tobacco Jlewly fence ed with wire and locust posts A good orchard roTements a 16000 twostory t room fram- eellingwardnbeaineach room panpcellar ItC newly covered tenant barn and other outbuildings all In condition 10 load neighborhood near church school dpot- pololllce ant store within 400 yards of bouae- 1bla place will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary all the year for the treatment of- lurglcal and chronic diseases and for con- ultatlon Board and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Proto- Iioual bills ciao when services are rendered and must b paid promptly Editor Richardsons Prophecy Wrltin from Frankfort for bla pa por the Glasgow Tlmss Editor J M Richardson says I amilttlng tonight In the room of The Ltttla Red Building whore the bloody murder of William Ooobol Is eald to have been plotted and arraogt I ia r the grave of the victim tc the Frankfort cemetery this afternoon stili unmarked by stone or enroll and un distinguishable from hundreds of otb ore save by those who loved him In lire and yet eeek out hit resting pll In death Tbo farther the public mind got away from this aseacalnatlon the more brutal cold blooded and horrlblo tho crime stands out One of two tblo li certain William Goebel was eltber killed In a cool Inhuman detcrmlnat to defeat his election to the govern ship at nil coats and hazards or ble murder was the culmination of a damnable conspiracy to rid the Stato of him that certain Interests joined bande with the republicans In carrying to Itl tragic ending Of William Goebel bin calf there Is now left only a sorrow memory and the duty tbat justice owes to tbo good name ot the State Out of those who compassed his death aDd slow the mm they could neither UIO nor intimidate only onoa weak fool probably the least guilty of a score behind the bars Out the end Is not vet Mark these words and see bat the next 12 months brings forth The manhunt tho assassin hunt the hunt for the murderers of Wm Uoebel haa not yet really begun Ere the Inow Glee before advancing spring there will be a rattling of drv bones that wl1l shako the Commonwealth from one cod to tbo other and the world will stai aghast at the horrors of the tale that II told Men in high places will pray for the mountains to fall upon or flee to the mount to save them and the long arm of stern unrelenting justice will roach up and drag them down to the doom awaiting them and tbat shnull be meted out to all criminals There will be much and grave business tan acted In the lath judicial district In the next good year of our Lord and Bob Franklin the brilliant eloquent prosecutor and Judge Cantrlll the In lexlble but just and able judge will be busy men Praise God they art equal to the treat work before thorn CerilQcd checks are ijsed to so larg extent as the equivalent of cash It Stock exchange transactions tbat the eclslon of a federal court In MIchlpa Impugning the sanctity of that kind of commercIal paper will be likely to ause not a lltte consternation in the uslnesa circles where the same hat Itherto pissed as currency A bank In which a certified check had boon eposlted sued the depositor when the aper was returned unpaid and tbe court directed a verdict for the plain LIIf holding that overcerllflcallon Ie fraudulent and that even an Innocen bolder can not bo protected sine rand vitiates all contracts If the decision should be amrmed by the federal supreme court the value of certified leeks as currency would be serlousli Impaired Of course a bank which rercertlfles would not be permitted to plead Its own fraud In defense and If solvent would be obliged to honor the draft The Best Remedy for Croup Atchison KM j Dally Guide This is the season when the woman who knowl the best remedies for croup is InI demand in every neighborhood One of- the most terrible thingsin the world is toI be awaked in tho middle of night by whoop from one of the children Croup medics are almost as sure to be lost In- case of croup as a revolver is to be lout In the case of burglars There used to bean old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern others say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is better and doesnt cost eo- much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in Ihorter time Give this remedy as soon as tho croupy cough appears and It will preTent the attack It never tails and pleaant and safe to take For sale by Craig J locker Stanford There the auto face and the racers backWith queer allltudlnous curve And the mobile tongue In the middle hung And the scorchers motor nerve Automobile Magazine For A Bad Cold It you have a bad cold you need a good- rellablo medicine like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to loosen and tellevo it and to allay the irritation and inflamma tlon ot the throat and lungs The south lug and healing properties of this remtdy- and the quick cures which It effects make It e favorite every where For sale by- Craig HockerIFarmers at Moffltt 0 tried to lynch a man accused of criminal assault on a widow He was rescued by the mar- Ibal who was unable however to prevent the enraged citizens stoning the culprit and riding him on a rail Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomack and Liver Tablets at Craig a Hockers drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pill- Thon their use Is not followed by conltl- patlon as Is often the cage with pills- Regnlar site 25c per bOX 1 motherhood says the doctor Sometimes he the statement skid says Impossible without an lion Yet both these impossibles- have been made possible by the use of Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription Many times the hindrances to mother hood are to be found in womanly diseases or weaknesses which are perfectly and permanentlycured troupe lre- CrlpUon Thia jmetht Ithe nine for w men Ct it regurarityI drains It heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women tutlmouTJwrites Mrs Ids M De PorA of Leona lIubberil Co Minn I vm doctor with a crest lny hemrnreprded as s hopelea one and they knew lOt what the trouble wI hartwas bAd t tomach all out of ordh tired outs severe rain in alt parts ot the sinking spells n nearly every aliment a woman could hire I took many a bottle of nt medicines withnut I began taking Or Were1 s Favorite Irr grbirthtaW at a fad Iltall anus mVGI MJctadBoth1 the baby and myself were I got along iplcn JUly tbaukj to your medicine The Common Sense Medical Advise laoS large in paper covers is aent fret on receipt of 21 otle cent stamps to pay expense mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Duaalo N Y A MultiplicationAddition Table The following table was worked out by a Harvard profosor It Is interest log to look at but one Is lhaqkful tbat 11 li not Included among the multlpll cation tablet 1 time 9 plus 2 equals 11 12 times plus 3 equals 111 123 times 0 plus 4 equals 1111 1234 times 0 plus 5 equals 11111 12315 time 0 plus 0 equal 111111 123450 time 0 plus 7 equals 1111111 1234567 times 0 plus S equate 11111111 12346673 times 0 plus 0 equals 111111111 1 time 8 plus 1 equals 0 12 times 8 plus 2 equals 03 123 times 8 plus 3 equals 037 1234 times 8 plus 4 equals OS76 12315 times 8 plus 5 equate 03705 123450 times 8 plus 0 equals OS7054 1234537 times 8 plus 7 equals OS76543 12345678 times 8 plus 8 equal 03765431 123456739 times OplutOequalsDS765432 What to do Until the Doctor Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and luflered severely says S B Elzee of Monett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dote of Chain etlaina Colic Cholera and Dianhoe Remedy and a few minutes later a lee and dose Before the doctor camo the child was relieved For sale by Craig d Hocker Stanfor- dParishionerWhat was tho colleo lion today Deacon Ten cents two buttons ands keycheck Parishioner What did the pastor InDeaconIt wasnt fit for publication tad be meant it too Comfort gall of the Democratic Commit tee of the 13th Judicial District The Democratic Committee ot the 13th Judicial mtrlct or Kentucky at a meeUog of aid committee held In the city ot Dan vllle Aug 9 1002 the following etbod of nominating crndldntc for CIr- cuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney aid district to be voted for at the Novem ber election 1W3 lit Time democratic voters of the district are requested to meet at their several vot Inr precincts In the district on the 1th day 01 December at 3 oclock p They wm- bo called to order b their precinct county committeeman and will proceed to elect a airman and secretary proceed to the election of delegates to a county con yentlon each precinct being entitled to elect- one delegate for 100 votes or traction or 100 over coat tor the democratic can dates in said precinct at the last prulden tlal election and If any proclnct did not- CAlt 100 votes In said election precinct Ibal1 nevertheless be entitled to at lelLa- tone delegate to said county convention Al ternatel shall also be elected to take the place of each delegate who may be unable to act cr decline to act The chairman said precinct meeting shall cortlty the ro ills to transmit them to the chairman or the respective county committee 2nd The delegate to each county con ntlon shall meet at the courthouse tbelr respective counties on Dec 8 IDOtand Talt be called to order by their respective county committee chairman and after elect- Ing a chairman and secretary shall proceed 10 elect delegate to a dlttrlctconventlon toe held at the courthouse In Danville ICy In which Doyle county shall bo entitled to TOtel Garrard county to 7 votes Lincoln county tu 9 votes and Ieroer county to yote that being their relative strength us bown by their vote tot the democratic candidate at the last presidential election Said delegates when they shall be called together by the chairman of the democratic committee for this judicial dll- trlct to whom the returns from the county iventloni certified by tin respective chairman and secretary of the connty con- Tention shell be delivered Bald convention shall assemble at the courthouse In nvlile Ifyon the 10th day of December 1003 and proceed to elect a chairman aud secretary nominations for- Judge and commonwealths Attorney and- perform all acts and functions proper to a convention 3rd At the precinct meetings all democrats who wilt support the nominees are entitled to vote BO WARREN Chairman of 13th Judicial District Ky LEE CURREY Secretary Oct 811902 J D Paxton J D II Shanks 7O Walker W PS BiliousnessMakes Chronic Invalids When the liter U torpid sad tails to do Its work the bile enter the blood se a virulent potIOn Then comes eonatlpaUon blllousneM sack headache fever sad malaria The only treatment that gives the liver just lha nsnt touch end starts Natures work la the right- manner Is DrYONS LIVER PILLS JtPANDTONIC PELLETS t The pill louche the liver and the pellets tons IJIWmI23 dotes for 31 days oat 2ft tents and ua lees your ease U exceedingly bad you toll be well before you finish them si Bare pi trot For isle at al deafen For Sale by Pennys Drug Store and W IL Mcltobcrta I LlNOLNcA COUNTY NATIONAL BANK A STOCK SOOOO Directors Owsley Cool Carter Buece Mr to The Farmers Hank bs Trust Company and under same management continuously for St years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial First National Bank or Stanford Ky Capitol Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution wILl aa the Depoalt lank of Stanford In till then reorganized a the National Hank of Stanford in 1881 and again reorganized as the First National link of Stanford la 188J having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better IUpplled now with laclllUN tar transact Itigbudnea promptly and wen than ever before In Ita long honorable lllleor Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited TREES TREES By The Million Fruit and ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Frail Asparagus bruin and ever for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo employ ro agents but sell direct Catalog on application Roth ihones- II I1ILLEUIEF1t k SON- Lezlogton Ky Traylort icet DEALERS IK Wnlsku Brandy Wines Beei Guars Etc KYClosePrompt an4 wilt attention Nothing let the M to drink Matt phone cr telegraph orJtrs KnIr- OIDpt attonUon r Very Cheap farmO- N EASY TERMS This 1i a farm of 145 acre located S miles from Stanford It Is within one mile of a txtofflco church school store mill cheese factory and nears German settlement The farm a well preserved and Improved and contains n largo amount of fine saw The Improvements consist of a good frame Inelllng house S large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns out an extra It frame with cattle sheds attached and OItCclal1yarranged for curI- ng tobacco the other a and wagon shed combined also a hennery a smoke house and corn crib There is a line young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small trait The fencing is of rail and In good repair The farm It watered with hover falling and two cif erns The owner Is a nonresident and of ers this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further on or ddreas L R Hughes Secy Central Ken tucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford Lln coin County Kentucky CBGe e LeXInGTOn ncmoRAC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It is especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the newt without tear or favor ffPa Walton Editor F Pror Lexington Ky Officers F U SHANKS President J II OW8LEV Oasbler V M niUOHT Aait Cashier Officers itJJ J MoUOIIRHTS Chr W II WEAKEN lik- prDlractors V IteM Lincoln Co T Harris Lincoln Co J B Hooker Lincoln Oo CoJM D Klmorc Stanford StanfordTJu Robinson Ilnbble J II lUnibman W I Tate 5lalllordl Small Farm For Salee Small farm of JO acres on Uanglnt Fork near Peyton Well for sale cheap Ilse tOIIOry dwelllllf and fair barn Other watehdONo1 Small Farm For Salt countyfarmroosdeaintbouburrYcrib Laree stock ham lug tobacco ban god tlant house two toot orchards sod all kinds of fruit littleboCan oo F P COtUEST PhllUMy Co Ky 4 EMEMJ3Er istheThat a dollar saved in tho pro mium cost you a hundred in a lossThnt only solidcash in eight and f experienced mnnngomcnt guarantee sure indemnity ofNowIOSBO D Wearon Stanford Oarrardhoylean t I IF YOU a 1SouthShreveportBirmingham rect line to Cuba and Porto Rico S T SWIFT P A T A LozlogtonIW 0 KIMUMON G P J 0 CONN D P A OhattaDoogaI M NORTHBOUND jl Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 462 a m 120 p m n 600 am 1Letve