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I 4 r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1902 9 A M NO 75 nu I MR HENRY N BOSWORTH OF FAYETTE I Wo trio pleasure t formally ar muGcloR tbo candidacy of Mr Honry M Boiwortb ex ihtrilT of Fayette i3unty for State treasurer bocnui be li worthy well qviallflHl anil umlueiitlj deterring of no honor to whleb bo would aiplri Uesidss tit to a demc crat i bovo tear and abort reproach maditsto vote tbe whole ticket If Mr Bet worth bad never dODO anything die than arrest Catab Power tbat mime CHURCH MATTERS Eid J O Llvln lon will preabh a f Thankfglvlog sermon nt Pine Grove Tburtday at 11 oclock A M Rev Wm Wood of Harredtbur held BO eightday meettog at PUatant Grove church Davies oouoty which rciuUcd la 00 ooovenloot The meeting at the Baptlii cburob- BroJbead cloerd Friday with 43 addl jtlont to tbat cburch Revs It II poel of tht place and 313 Woiford of Lancaster conducted tbe meeting which wit a tilandld one The meeting at toe DaplUt church which has been a roost loierottloir one sod which bsa been tbq tource of much good will likely close on Wednesday night Our people are greatly pleated t wlth tbe pastor Rev O M Huey Tbankelvlngtervlcet will be held at the Chrlitlan church beginning at 1033 Tburiday morning Revs S M Rankin O M Uuey and J W Bagln T Mil make Iftmlouto talks Eld 0 J Pinkerton sad Rev R U Mabony will alto participate In the lervlce Rev DJ Rose will not be In town The elders of the Broadway ChrU tlan church Lexington have tent out the following ballot appended to a clr cular setting forth the condition un i wnlch the vote le to bo taken Tbe r allot Is as follow Are you In favor jf the Introduction of Initrumental mu do Into the worship of the Broadway Christian church Please write Yes or No mud sign your name be low I That men In western Kentucky wbo waited until ho was 112 year old boo t trfore Joining the church mutt have good Idea of hie flnlthlnjr powers I Would tbat tome jockeys had lucb faith Lexington Democrat John Skaln es admtnliiralor of the citato of Turfman Jame Murphy wbo died at Lexington a few days ago op cued hit private box and found bank J knnteand securities amounting about 150000 NE OLD RELIABLE AL ktAKI POWDER AboJutI IIu- tHEItE re IS NO SUBSTITUTE Oou a caW e turn u the bigheit co- nideraIon But fur him tbat condemned c iofTatir in ftua tliiikiktn would nowdoublleis be with his principal Taylor med co eoas Dlratiir IDle a stage In to joetlce under the proteo lOll of it covurnor vrbo should hlmioll be made ui do penal Mrilce for bar MirlBg criminals Mr Howorth will mike an active canvnii and being tbe maneer of man toiiMke friends be e sure to add scores to hie lIt where erer tin VIif Lnxlnitort Democrat LIBERTY W II lam Mnrcan left last week for Texas Glboaey Jt Jeffrie bare been buying ante nice young hones lately Mr Stone of Monlloello la visiting her liter Mr Georga B Stone here Rid J Q Montgomery filled his pul pit here Sunday wed Sunday night to large audiences J W Roburdt deputy sheriff ei coned a prisoner to Jill from the Wet End last Saturday Rev Franlc Mill of the M E church of Albany conducted a pro tracted meeting at the Baptist church lat week Mr M S Wllblte of Montlcello has returned to his bcm attar leasing several tbouiand acre of oil Und In this county The LSTEHIOK JOURNAL repreionta live will be here Monday See him if you want tbo cheapest and best or printing of any kind done George Tomb wbo live In tbe country is very low with typhoid ver M K Humphrey wa at Mt Ol ive last week shooting quill The Maccabcc are making prepara Clone for a big time Thankiglvlng night They have received a latter from Col Elide stating that he will hereThe abominable bird shooters aro locking to this placo by tbo score but will not receive a very warm welcome In the country from the Foiled signs wo see Uncross Your Logs Uncross your legs said a doctor Ob no said his eon Whats the use of being o polite all tbo tune My boy tbe father answered It U not on account of a mere rule of otl queue that I tell you to uncross your legs but It It because legcronlng an injurious thlola thing nil baleful to the health as kissing or at microbe When you cross your legs you fit the kneecap of tbe upper limb Into the cavity under the knee of tbo lower one In the cavity that you thus compress there are the two Important exterior and Interior popliteal nerves and a number of glands and blood vessels Compression does not set well on these organs It benumb them and weakens and emaciates them You feel the Injury In a numbness of the whole leg the leg goes to sleep Keep on with the habit and your Tberloemen and women and children as neve CrOft their legs who have strong an supple and beautiful limbs Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomack and Liver Tablets at Craig Rockers drug store They are easlor to take and more pleasant in effect than pill Then their use is not followed by consti pation aa Is often the cue with pills Regular size 23c per box War In Colombia Is ended NEWS NOTES Oil and gas were struck In a well In Christian oounty Roy Dudley aged SI choked to death on a chow of tobacco at Laporte Ind Tho olllolals In Manila believe the cholera epidemic is almost at an end Chrysanthemums served as salad are a favorite article of diet among the Ja paneio John Wnrnaclt has confessed to tbo murder of Jim Lenolr near Stonega 15 year ago Herr Krupp the great gunmaker died suddenly of apoplexy at his villa at nuegul Germany Samuel Gompers was reelected pros ident of the Am rloao Federation of Labor without opposition James Gordon Bennett and the Mar quit de Dion have undertaken the coo struction of a steerable balloon Mr L F Johnston of Carutbers vlllc Mo was sbot and killed by ilx moo during a quarrel over a cow James DllUrd a Negro Idcntlfltd ae tho assailant of two wblto women was lynched by a mob at Sullivan Ind The cigar makers strike at Havana IsaJiuming serious proportions Be tween 10000 and 15000 workmen aro Oil Franols A Burrows of Montreal committed suicide In the streets of De trop after miking bill funeral arrange merit The American Barrel and Paekage Company has been Incorporated at Jer soy City with a capital took of S20 000000 As tbo result of the lynching of a Negro In Sullivan county Ind Gov DurbIn declared the office of sheriff of tbat county vacant Tboutauds of cotton mill operatIve at Charlotte N C have been thrown out of employment by the shutting down of dve big mills Ivory white has been decided upo by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company at the otllolal color for tho WorUi Fair building J D Marcutn has been Indicted at Jackson on the charge of criminal li bal The Lexington Herald was In dlcted on tbe same charge Joseph Dixon a member of tbo Jury Soaring a housebreaking case at Bar Ian became suddenly Insane and tho other jurymen wero discharged Two registered mall pouches suppos ed to contain 110000 In money and jewelry were stolen In Chicago by thieves who drove away with a collector wag on Tbe antbaclto strike commission has adjourned until Dec 3 by which tIme It Is believed the operators and minor will have reached a settlement of their differencesMabel said to be of French descent has been barred from the schools at Haweivllle and Evansvlllo on account of her color She threatens suit for damages An unknown Negro attempted to tub J Alvet Dixon atjlendcraoo pre sumably because Dixon had written an article on The White Mans Burden ii In a Henderson newspaper A number of live were lost by the burning of the Wisconsin Central ore dock at Ashland WIs The burning structure fell Into the lake carrying with It at leas a dozen moo A powder mtgazloe at Langtry I T was struck by lightning aad exploded totally wrecking the village not a house being loft standing One man was killed and 11 were Injured The usual order of damargo suits Is reversed at Owensboro where the City Railway Company has sued Andrew Oberbauser for 8100 alleging that he ran his wagon into one of the compa ny care Physicians testified before the an thraclte strike commission at Scranton that the miners life Is an unhcalthful one and tbat 50 years Is generally tbo maximum age of a mm wbo work In the mines Flea masked bandits robbed the St Joseph and Kansas City express near Davenport Ia They blew open th express safe secured Its coolants so made their escape This police can se cure no tangible clow Yule students forcibly took all tick ate for the Yale Harvard football game from speculators who were demanding SpeoulaIThe Controller of Treasury hold that the State of Kentucky Is entitled to the sum of 132523035 money pal In loans and other expenses Incurro- in procuring funds to suppress the war of the rebellion The sum It tdMrs Carrie Nation created a seen 0 at tbe Now York HOMO Show by dellv acing a lecture to the Vanderbilt part on their gaudy apparel and adyisin them to attire themselves more mod early After UAlfred Vanderbilt re monstrated with her and gently pushed her away from the Vanderbilt box the made a raid oa the cafe and was finally ejected by tbe police LANCASTER Both circuit and county court were held Monday takoIdwelling for tbe ensuing year Mrs J M Farra gave a dining In lonor of M bunchyofing 8110 eachiMr Mrs W B Jarvls have moved to tbelr new homo on Cedar Creek in Lincoln The Garrard teachers association will meet Friday Nov 2Sth at the gra ded school building Communion service was held Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church by Rev C M ChumbloyIRev J E Woiford Is at home again after quite a successful revival at the Jrodheatl Baptist church As many as 1600 turkeys have beta slaughtered for shipment from this place within the last few weeks Mr D Gullcy the almabouse keeper will move to town nod occupy a residence on Crab Orchard street A handsome monument has boon erected at the Lancaster cemetery over tie grave of the late Mr Perkins Miss Katharine Eggleston will ape pear at the courthouse Dec 11 as a reciter of classical and current litera ture The foothill match game Thursday between Nlcbolatvlllo and Lancaster reiuiied 10 a scoro of 20 to 0 in lever of the later Circuit court Is now In session at this place and tbo docket is as follows Nine ordinary 13 equity and 12 appellate cases A section of the Central Record will be allowed the W C T U organiza ofloe and will be edited by different members of the Union Tho Thanksgiving service will beheld at the Baptist church Thursday morning and the sermon will be preached by Rov C M Chumbley A floe trio of KeoCucky brothers In the ministry Elders A R Moore of acidICESaturdays Courier Journal The largest bog raised In this see flea Is tbe property of Mr Blllle Wall and tips the beam right at the notch of OX pounds It Is of the white variety sad is so fat It is beyond navigating Tbe match game played at Danville between Lancaster and Boyle bowling teams resulted In a victory of 3 out of 5 for Danville Slier made the highest score for Lancaster 185 and Portwood bawled 102 for Danville Memorial services were held Sunday at Paint Lick In respect to the death of Miss Fannie Wallace cent from tbat section to Mexico as a missionary Miss Wallace remains can not be returned for two years as she died of yellow lever Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Burnslde U visiting relatives In this vicinity Mrs Battle Landram has been qulto lit bilu Mattlo Elkln has been visiting in Nicholasvllle and Lexington Little Collier Johnston Is reported very Mrs Sam Salter of Harrodsburg Is visiting Mrs T S filkln Miss Baugh man of Lincoln has been visiting Miss Kit Maaon A suit for 115000 was recently filed here against tbe L d N railroad com puny Frank Moss of this city claims that two or three oases of typhoid fee vet In his family both last year sod again this summer wore duo to tbo foul condition of a pond located on one tide of the railroad track and In the Immediate vicinity of bis residence The plaintiff affirms that improper drainage of his premises Is due to tbe railroad hemming In a quantity of wa ter which has developed life a stag nant cesspool The lawyers for tbe defense are Shelby arid Brccklnrldge oj Lexington and L L Walker of this city recentlydDoer what be was doing at the time of his arrestI welting said the accused Waiting for wbomnaked the magistrate Just waiting came the reply What were you walling for P moneye The man I was waiting for PdI do not understand sold the per yourselfhawas a walter In a restaurant aald tho prl sonar LouRing of Milt Purdom In a wreck In Shel attoMtVeroon4 thatkeepWine Review Sudden Changes Of temperature have killed people nod thats why your stove is important Coles OriginalHot Stoves Keep the temperature even The house is always the same day and night This is because they burn all the fuel and radiate all the heat CTHEFIREISNEVEROUT SOLD BY Higgins 8S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY a11 ticJ dcJ rA preparation for eradicating the dis agreeable odors arising from perspiration It is a sure euro for tho odors from perspiration on any portion of tho body without injuryjto health or clothing All tho ingredients aro perfectly harmless Prepared by weB McROBERTS PHARMACIST STANFORD KENTUCKY I TJJwry Ammunition Hunting Vests c lYe will make you the lowestPrices you cnn get for CASH i Craig Hocker STANFORD CARSON PENCE DEALERS IX Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes k THE INTERIOR JOURN E C WALTON H HENNINGER IH b a candIdate for 8tate TJua the action HARDING of the Democntlo put of Danville U a candidate for Circuit Judge iub to the action of the Democntlo patty lject CHARLES A HARDIN cf Netter U a candidate lor Commonwealth t dbtrlctsubrto A FEW of the many reasons why are for our distinguished townsma iJu e Mlcab Chrlsman Saufley for re for circuit judge We hay not BuQlctent space to give them all Because he is eminently fitted for the place Because he Is scrupulously fair and honestBecause he Is a most excellent judg of law Because he has experience and hils proven his ability as a judge Because he has been weighed In tbe balance and has not oeen found want tog Because he U a democrat who hu never scratched a ticket Because be helps hla party In Its hour of need and ban never deserted It Because the people recognizing bll fitness want him for judge Because be can beat any republics for the office Because all people look alike la his courtf last but not least he la the strongest candidate for the otllce and It behooves the party at this particular time to nominate a man who can wit beyond doubt- Nominate Judge Saufley tbe people will do the rest IN the magnanimity of his heart the i editor of the Lexington Democrat thus speaks of a contemporary which hae made a most underhanded fight against him elnce he became citizen of that place There la nothing malicious In the composition of the editor of The Democrat He may be high tempered and do things on tbe spur of the mo- meet that be would nut do on calmer reflection but he doesnt wish a soul in the universe barm nOmauerhow much he may have been wronged Thereto e he takes no delight and experiences no satisfaction because of tbe fact that the Herald proprietors have been indicted for criminal libel by the grand jury of i Breatbltt county On the contrary he deplores a resort to tbe courts In mat tars that can be easily settled outside of them No reputable paper will know I Ingly slander anybody and If It should do so unintentionally It always stands ready If properly approached to make due amends WE have knocked around these Unl ted States considerably and want to say that we have never seen a town double the size of Lexington that has half aa good a street railway system Toe cars are run so that a stranger need not err In using them Intelligent ly and the company Is manned by gentlemen who know how to serve tbeI public in the best manner Wo recently bad occasion to test this and to discover that Mr T D Murray tbeI Sclent secretary of the company l knows how to do the right thing at the right time We acknowledge courte ales from him with duo appreciation I HAVING quieted down to a normal f condition Editor Ltlltrd of the Dan ville News writes as follows anent the judges race The race has quieted down to such a point that the stillness Is painful especially to the lovers of political brawls It la to be hoped that It will continue so That the conven tion will be as peaceable as the last weeks of the campaign and that the of that convention will receive Icbolceshould the hearty support of all I factloolItTlJELouisville Times pops this time question to Toddy If as tbe presi declared at Memphis we are now IIypeople absolutely why Is It that Southern onethird of the States not now cor has had for many i years any representative In the Cabl Inetat Washington Is the South one with the North the East and tbe West j for the purpose of taxation only t IF a few grand juries would do their duties we would soon have an end to that eternal nuisance Carrie Nation We have no objection to sensible peo pIe advocating their views on temperance but we bave no use for a rattled brain woman who seems to be doing the cause more harm than good A nuisance Is what she is t MR W P WALTON editor of the Lexington Democrat has sold the HarI t rodsburg Democrat to Lew B Brown formerly editor of the Spencer Courier f Mr Brown ia an allround newspaper man and he will spare neither energy nor means In making his new paper one of the best weeklies In the State THAT splendid democratic paper the Adalr News has just celebrated Us t filth birthday May It live to celebrate many more r Cu J 0 TUB Shelbyvllle Sentinels llIuetrat Id edition IB a crackerjack We can gratulate Brer Lewis on his lIuperb effort GEN D It COLLIER of Lancaa will be appointed pension agent We congratulate him on hie success- POLITICAL An extra session of Congress next yew la said to be Improbable There may be injunction proceedl to settle the question of Gov Beck hamss eligibility to succeed himself Thomas N Arnold of Frankfort Is a candidate for the democratic notnl Ion tor Stile Superintendent of P- llo Instruction Moses Kauflman has withdrawn frow the race for mayor of Lexington and Thomas A Comba and Walter Bra ton are having a neck and neck race The republicans of the 2Sth judlelal district in convention at Somerset nom- Inated by acclamation O B Waddle for circuit judge ana J N Sharp for Commonwealths Attorney The democrats of the 20th Judicial district met in convention at Loulea and nominated tbe Hon S G Kinner for circuit judge and Mr John Wau for Commonwealths Attorney Tbe recent election cost Indiana 262334 There were 500356 votes cast for Secretary of State Takl that as tbe number of voters It Is computed that every vote cast cost the State 45 cents- President Roosevelts visit to Philadelphia was rendered somewhat eem tlonal by a man breaking through tbe line of police and rushing to his car rlage But bo only wanted a hand shake which was given In tbe primary held in Madison Saturday Roy C White secured the democratic nomination for circuit clerk sit fearing Dan H Breck by a majority of about 250 S B Thorpe who has held the office two terms withdrew at 2 oclock on the day before the primary IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Knox county tanks are said to con- taIn more than 13750 barrels of natty oil Albert C Wetherlngton has been appointed postmaster at Clementsvlll Casey county Win Ward Jackson Tenn Thos Jenkins Bluefleld W Va Jno Clark Tazewell Va are la the London Jail charged with robbing the postofflca at WoodbineEd shot and killed his brother Claude Means In Clinton county He shot him through the heart with a 44 calibre rule They were sons of AI len Means a farmer and distiller No ause Is assigned for the killing except that one or both wero drinking Peter Straub as wblte a Dutchma as ever found a home In Kcntuckydle at an advanced ago at Stanford laet Sunday As honest as Peter Straub was a proberb among the residents of Stanford when It was a small vlllagi He was a musician and a member of be regimental band of Woolforda Cavalry On aeveral occasions the eccen trle colonel would request tbe other members of the band to be silent while traub would ride by tbe colonel side Irough a town playing his favorite tune Yankee Doodle Will Squire arson Move Elmore or Al Warren lease drop a sprig of green upon the rave of this early friend of the writ rSomerset Journal MATRIMONIAL Frank Smith aged 20 and Miss Sara 3rownl9 were married Friday Bill Joe Grimes the 750poun aide show freak was married at Yazoo lies to the thin woman who neighed lose than 60 pounds A Chicago bachelor has offered prize of 125 for the best love letter written by an old maid He will prob ably propose to the author of the best The surprising announcement made that out of 500 graduates from Scotch colleges for women in recent years only nine per cent have married Mrs Roland B Mollneux did not desert her husband during his two murder trials but now that be has been quitted she has brought suit for dl- vorce She fully expected a verdict of- deatb In the chair and was greatly dia appointed at the outcome E L Mays a clever young farmer aod eon of Ben Mays of Casey was married Wednesday to Miss Ethyl kullne Brady tbe handsome and amiable daughter of Mrs Nellie Brady of this place We extend hearty ngratulatlona T S R THIS AND THAT John McDonald one of the wealth len farmers of Woodford county Is adKing Victor Emmanuel celebrated tho birth of his new girl baby by gtv In g 40000 to hospitals In Rome Senor Rodriguez at Hayana Cuba shot and killed Senor Infanzon who loped with Rodlguezs daughter Hotel Belmont at Wllllamaburg aught lire but the flames were ex igulahed before mucn damage waa doneGeorlre Shelby committed suicide at ixlngton Mental aberration duo to overwork la thought to haye been the cauleJohn Dillard of near Guthrle Okla- shot and killed a Dr Miller and Joe fishop prominent cattlemen and com mlueC1 suicide 7if vc CRAB ORCHARD i An Infant of Mr Bob Adams die- Saturday We enjoyed reading Mrs Stapi letter from Somerset Hope she will write often Mrs I S Burdotte of Brodhead Is hero on a visit to her mother Mrs D C Payne who Is on the sick list Sunday was a lovely day and no sereI vices at either church Can not some good man come and give ua a Thanksgiving sermon- Several of our correspondents have seen the meteor which appeared lateI ly We taw the bright reflection from our veranda It was quite vivid aodIawe Inspiring for a second or more Tbe remains of young Ed Wclcl colored wore brought bore from Iodl ana for burial a few days ago His reII atlves and friend vrrre shocked at hit sad untimely and tragic death The members of the Baptist cburc h have cause to be happy at the great Improvement In appearance which the with relcentlyMiss Annie Evans of wat visiting Misses Annie and Catherine 3ronaugh Mr and Mrs J Harvey Collier are rejoiced to bave their eons Tom and Clarence make them a visit from Indiana Mr W C Pettua and pretty bride were given a handsome reception Bt the home of Dr J D Pettus and othc relatives Some of our funloving boys serenaded them with various musical and unmullcallnltrumcntl Mr Bruce Haldemao of LouIsville- Is a guest of Mrs Jane Buchanan and family Mr Chas Solder of Louis vllle was visiting his mother Mrs Richards Mrs James F Cummins of Stanford la up to see her new slstcrln lawthe homefolks of Mr John Buchanan are happy to have him as their guest after his long absence We en joyed greatly his letters In the Cour let Journal while abroad Messrs Bruce and W B Hansford are guests of the Goer Hotel Tbe sound of the ride and baying of logs may be heard at any time these lovely autumn days A party of gay hunters at Dripping Springs and Wit III Hotel are making things lively Gen Gentry Jack Chino Doty and 3eazloy are among them Some of them are not satisfied to take away our birds rabbits and other game but arc trying to capture some of our most attractive young girls Mrs Mary Bronaugh arrived lest Thursday to make her home with her loo Mr R H Bronaugh In the future She lived hero many year ago ted her old friends will be glad to welcome her return Mrs McCoy a sis ter of our clever assistant postmaster Mrs George Patten Is spending the winter with her Mr Dub Edmliton sod sister Mrs Levi Elder made a lying visit to Louisville last week while there he bought furniture etc ge and his wife will go to housekeep Ing soon In the residence formerly oc upled by Mr D B Edmiston Band lame Miss Sallie MoWborter is at come from London much to the des Ight of her bomefolkt and many needs Tbe latest advice concerning the hooting of William Fitzgerald by W odfrey Hunter Jr at Guatemala CIty Indicate that there may be a 8 andal at the bottom of the tragedy Tbe State department Is cautious In lying out Information but It appears tbat Fitzgerald and young Hunter had been bitter enemies for several years Reportll from the scone of the killing are conflicting Consul General Me Nally in his statement to the department says Fitzgerald was shot In the back and that it was a coldblooded murder Minister Hunter avers that Itzgerald started the trouble by strlke Ing his son and Intimates that bo and- his official family are tho victims of a msplracy Sympathy Iii expressed at asblngton for Minister Hunter as it Is generally believed that the Minister bad been the victim of a series of per cutlons on the part of Fitzgerald Judge Samuel Lewis of Mt Vernon has appointed the following gentlemen trustees of his town F L Thompson J M William D O Poynter W T with and A G Lovell At tbe meet Inll of tbe board James Maret was ap pointed clerk B B Newcomb a Christian Sc- lentllt of Okla waa fined 8100 for refusing medical aid for bin ugbter who died DR FENNERS IDNEYand Backache EladderDent become discouraged Tbere Is s cure for you If necessary lr Kennet Uu Ilea spent a Ufa tlinu curing Just such sosaayoura All consultations A gravel 10dRect is my Madder After sin a tow bottles of Fenners Kidney and liackacbo Cure I a half Inlto as a marble The medicine prevented further formation I wan cured WTOAKES OrrUVa DflllIlIlsU 60c si Ask for Cook Book Free STYITUSDAHCE Buro Circular Dt I tfenner FrcdonlaNV The Grand Leader1 Lotl Medium weight dark grey Melton n perfect fitting Walking Skirt with the latest bell shale bnck 3inch bot tom with 7row stitch ing worth 8300site dial 8108 Props S B LEVY asaa PARKER HAIR DALSAM deli u4 trwnUV 1M tale luturUrt frevtik N C r w FOR MT storeroom recently coupled byWm Severance Will rent for one or more yen 3 II OWSLEY FOR RENT I desire to rent my property situated on Somerset street K mile from town Consist log of dwelling of seven rooms beside kitchen and servant room and a tine col Jar mokeliouie chicken bou c noel house and a good stable and le acres of landi S one In the yard and one for stock well and cistern combined near the door for drinking purposes Said property In rood repair MS P BROWN S Attornoys at Law Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all the State Courts six In United States and Bankruptcy Courts made and promptly STANfORD Carnations Chrysan und Roses Floral designs on short notice Bedding nd Vegetable IlanU of all kinds In season Phone 3 JNO CHRISTMAN 1 We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of resspas lng on our and will prosecute violators to the full extent of tho law J NevIn Garter James JlcOormock Mrs Maggie Illbb Mra J M White Alex Traylor Miss Mattle J W Daughman W H Dnaderar J T Mrs Malc na Lawon Mrs O Given Peter Balmer A D Root JlOIperMrl A P Pendleton Carter Cove- rJame Oath James Messrri Tom Stone Ilallou ST Harris Lawrence Hooker Amon Pence George Holmes John Foster To the Coal Having out Sims the coal dealers are now furnish the people Stanford and surrounding country the bet brands coal the lowest market price for cash Farmers will take your bay and corn In exchange for coal market price Wo solicit your trade and coalhouse your money Orders received phono Boone livery stable No Boone tad KY Hustonville Property for Sale will offer private sale my property situated the north Main east side College street Hustonvllli Ky consisting hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property well arranged for hotel boarding house and livery stable having same nice livery barn 85x75 and all outbuildings necessar for hotel and livery and good cant lot for private residence desired Everlasting water abundance Property well for private and- is now rented for you want good paying property UutoDYlUe- calloD address DII Carpenter Huston vllle Ky We have just receiv ed andput on sale the finest line of Fine Walking Skirts ever brought to Stan ford Owing to an enormous purchase we them at off reg ular PRICE Hence these prices we will sell you Lot 2 Navy Blue end Clack Twilled Cheviot Walk ing Skirt full llnriug circular flounce double sewed tailor madeseame with rows raised cord ing all rouud flounce ribbon wnigt band in vetted pleated back 10 rows stitching worth S11 special rate price 82 391 r W J F N Joseph M F W P Grimes T A Hlce J S W E E T H I k we to of of at we at at 41 or 08 I at on of on ot In of la or on a va If In ls If In or 3 Lot 3 Kilted slot foam skirt the very latest full flaring cut fancy stitch cd Iwttom in nilwoo Melton colors dark light grey bluo amt black n regular 550 value special sale price 8385 J Lot 4 StrictIal1wool Broad clothwalking skirts I nmile up in tvcrv new style colorrliglltgrey iilurkgrcy nlinglal tA- ilor heels black and blue regular price f- 9 loIsorwis THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY ManagerL I L a Or7Irn RENTe hydrants BROWN Collections GREENHOUSE themums Stanfo- rdPOSTED ningaman Consumer DunaventST- flHFORO arranged Ladies purchased ONETHIRD IS 1 f l s I a IN CONNECTION t weIlike to call your attention to our nice lino of Tableware such nsCurv ing Sets Knives FOlks- SpoomBnldngnlHIChnf t Dishes Etc W H MUELLER td- We t i Never Guess People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving tho ideal service they get here with out insisting The public at large is not one half as particular as we arc in this matter of pure drugs or in regard to tho accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In tho buying selling or compounding of drugs we never guess We make sure that everything is right in every particular Come to us Pennys Drug Store St Kyord FURNITURE That suits for EVERYBODY Odd Dressers Washstands and Beds J that fold Wood and Iron Center Tables Dining Tables and Chairs Elegant assortment of Rockers Bed Lounges Box Couches Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloth Wall Paper Building Paperand Picture Framed to ORDER 1G L CARPENTER Byrd l I i Dr I Goldstein OP LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will be at the Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec 11 One Day Only There are numerous conditions where glasses are required and give relletto headaches dizziness darting pains in eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensation In or about tbe eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases scllcltcd Oftlce bourn 9 A It to 4 r X St Asaph Hotele Stanford Ky rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL r rrSTANFORD KT Nov 25 1002 In tilling your prescriptions wo use POltlonlnot do better It yon UI doublo the a price which Is always reasonablo Poe cyi Drug Storo r PERSONALS MORRIS FEED wont to Cincinnati 1 Sunday BLEUSOK BAILEY tias returned from CovloRton MiTHUu BARNETT went to Louis vlllo Sunday silt W S McOuinn wont to Louis Y rvllle yesterday v COL W 0 WELCH li In Frankfort on legal builncii Mn 0 W GAINES of Lancaster contlnuei very III Miss ANNIE PENCE la visiting friend In Ellzabethtown MR W R MANIER of Nashville li a guest at lion J S Owslcvt IIERUERT GA N of Somerset li the gUcit of fall friend John Beck MR WILL flAnuis of Chattanooga li with bli brother Mark Bardln MR O O WILLIAMS of Mt Vernon was here with his brother Sunday Miss GRACE WADDLE of Somerset has entered the contest as a soloist MRS M J DENOCIC of Loulivllle Is tboRucitof Miss Myrtle Abrams MR D K WEAKEN of Paducah was hero this week with old friends t MRS GEOROE D WEAItEN went to Cincinnati Friday to spend a few days Miss ANNA RCTLEDOE of Winches tor spent several days with the Misses BeckMiss ELIZAIIETU PICKETT of Shel by1s with her sister Mrs Will SOY eranco StooegatVa spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here Two ladles from Lebanon and ono from Mt Vernon will act as judges in the vocal contest CONRAD Discit who Is managing dairy at Rending 0 Is visiting his countyI orders her pa per changed from Crab Orchard to Laurel Crook Clay county DR W M DOOiiBS of Crab Orchard II visiting his daughter Mrs Spolgel at Sbelbyvllle led JOIE A BUCHANAN of the dhisMR BRCCE HALDRMAN of the Cour far Journal spent a tow days hunting In the Crab Orchard section MR J W LOCKRIDUK ono of the West Ends good citizens took the tram hero for London Saturday W W WRIOHT and A K of Livingston and Krncit Warren I Mlddlcsboro were hero yesterday SaturIon Si Son the wellknown Louisville jewelers Instead of J C Lewis as our types made us say- MIBSJEssmDrMI CooKE return 1ed to Nashville Friday after spending several months with her sisters another relatives In this county MR AND MRS J J MYERS moved J to Ilustonvlllo yesterday Mr Myen will take his old position wltbA New too wbero be made a most excellent man- MR AND MRS JAMES I HAMILTON of Lancaster wero hero Sunday rotur- log home from Docson whore the is ter had been to dispose of a carload of I horses J E CLAUNCII has purchased of t Richardson estate tbo residence on Crab Orchard street now occupied by him The price was 1500 Republican DR J F PEYTON Mr J S Hooker Stanford J BGllkerson Crab Orcb Rid and J W Hayden Parts attended 1 the meeting of a Doll county land com pany at Plnoylllo last week MRS BHOOKS and daughter Miss Mollto Brooks of Crab Orchard will go to Atlanta Ga about tbo first December to spend the winter wit Mr John R Brooks and family DR R L DAVI80N was at the Al J bright House Tuesday and Wednesday Bo was busy all the while The doc tor Is a fine dontlst and a jolly go follow Brodhead Cor Mt Vero Signal NDNNELLtdenco their eons aro having built 6 Lancaster street Mr J W Rout and family will move Into the houeo they will vacate many friends of Miss Myra P IITile who spoke In the contest hero will bo to know that bo present and reclto ono of her best selections at tho contest on Thanksgiving evening GEORGE C KELLER JR a Qarrods burg boy who graduated In tho news paper office of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL Is tho Lexington Observer with an ability that Is making It tbb boat of Lexington weeklies Horrodsburg Democrat ROUERT E HUOIIES Is realizing tho high expectations that his trier raised when he the position secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit As sociation Ho has brought to the duties of the office his long and succc as newspaperman co IndulIICourier Journal t LOCALS IT still rains- CutltSTuAs presents at Mueller nothingGrand llIgInlgotoOUR shoes aro tho kind that stand the mud and wet Severance S Sons Mils HEIU has decided pot to tako tbo Uustonvlllo Delsarto clats to Lib orty DONT forgot contest Thanks gluing evening Secure your seats now TOMORROW Oysters colorydreea cd turkeys chickens and fruits Farrls L Co RON HENRI WATTEUSON at Dan vlllo Opera House Thursday evening Dec 4 Kiegavlllchas monthTAXISSixpercentwill be added Dee 1 to all taxes unpaid M S Baughman S L C TRUSTEES The trustees can not give institute week to their teachers Garland Singleton Superintendent THANKSGIVING will deliver any goods you may want up to 0 oclock depFarrisSOME careless bun shot valuable cow belonging to Mr A P Pendleton the other day Fortunately the animal was not killed EoosIr Ed fl herd Is some what of an egg dealer Ho took 1200 dozen to Danville Friday sad sold them for a olio profit WE sell the celebrated Centemero kid gloves for ladles The best on earth for II 1160 and 12 All iove fitted to the head John P Jones OUR willbeM closed down on Thanksgiving day next Thursday Got your supply of coal teed eta be foro that day J H Baugbman d Co thatIon Bonn Walter sass tbo renowned editor of the Courier DanviiioThursh sewsoBBAU In mind that the ladles of tho Christian church at Bubble will glvo a box supper tomorrow Wednesday night Go and take a box with you Tbo proceeds will go to tho church Masono a Negro was adjudged In sane In Judge Baileys court terday and Marshal Riddle starts with him to Lakeland this morning 30000loUNDSMr J K Christian has shipped lo Boston In the last few days 30000 pounds of dressed turkeys Ho bought them hero at about 6c per pound on toot Mr Christian will gin buying again next Monday LIIIERTY The INTERIOR JOURNAL men will be at Liberty next Monday first day of circuit court Sea him If you baye business with this paper or aced np to date printing at less than other printing establishments charge for It prt puny of Comedians who number among exponenthes presented at the opera house Danville ICy Dec 6 ofDATE CHANGED Miss Georgia Low Is who Is managing a show for the Odd Follows tells us that she has changed ihodate of the entertainment to Dec 10 Sho will also present the play What becamo of Parker In stead of a Box of Monkeys COL J P CHANDLER Is getting suctlonech ro greatly sought after by people who woof sales well cried for a reasonable sums Ordure for his biro left at this promptly delivered to ChaoBROCiCIre Dock of Lon EYdon who was operated on here for mor by Dr Joseph Price of Ph11ad phla last Sunday died Friday nlg and her romaine were taken to her lato husbandifivewas 40 years old and a dovout memb of tbo Methodist church CIRCUIT COURT Tho November term of Circuit Court came to an end Saturday afternoon after three weeks of hard work The business was not all completed and a special term will likely bo held soon Tom Gill charg aolghbao re charged with thesis had a hung jury Hiram Grant who was gluon 10 xmed se a and a Oran were both tried at this term SEE W H Mueller ad op our second pogo- BARREL open Kettle N O molasses Biggins ft MoKtnney FnmTS of all kinds ingredients for cakes John Bright Jr ft Co- WALLPAPEnremnantscheap Will keep out iho cold G L Carpenter WE have brightened our cloak stock with some swell garments Severance S Sons FOR SALW F SUmpson Co now computing scales J B Higgins Stan ford Ky 2t TURKEY celery cranberries oys tern crackers and cakes Higgins McKlnney THE largest croird of tbo season will attend the vocal contest here Thanks giving evening WE pay special tlon to chll drens specs Seo us before buying Severance ft Sons IF you havo been having trouble get ting expression try an instantaneous picture at Miss Sacrays x LADIES IWe have a nice assort meat of heavy skirting that we are selling very law John P Jones THREE nice gilts and three boars all subject to register for sale Weigh 100 pounds Mark Birdie Stanford STOREROOM at stills for rent Splendid stand for genie furnisher or furniture and undertaking James Frye Huslonvllle Ky TilE executive committee of Lincoln county Is called to meet In Stanford on Saturday Nov 20th at 1 oclock P M R C Warren chairman BAKER Roscoo F Baker aged 21 died at Highland Sunday of con tlon and was burled at the Mothoditj church at that place FOR SALE Slock of merobandlie Dust location for country store In Ken improvesEACH of the adjoining towns will send good crowds to the vocal Coates here Thanksgiving evening If you havnt engaged your seats do so at once FOR THANKSGIVING Oysters Col ery Cranberries Nuts Apples Or a gee Grapes Bananas PlcklesCakes and other Rood things Cakes made to rder on short notice T C Willis TUE brick work on the Graded School building was completed last week and the Immense structure has been turned over to tbo carpenters It Is hoped that the building will horsed to teach In by February 1 LAST CHANCE Ior ono of my dep Wednesdaydand Huslonvllle Friday 2Slb This will bo your last chance to pay your taxes before the penalty Is added M S Bauehman S L C BADLY IIDItTWhile sectionb0was hauling hay the other day h drove under a shed and was knocks- from the wagon Besides breaking bis shoulder blade In two places tho tall fractured ono of his ribs all of which in causing him great pain TUE court of appeals affirmed the de cision of the Lincoln circuit court In the case of J II Roach against tho Western Union Telegraph Co Mr Roach sued for 82600damuRea because the company failed to deliver a tele gram as quickly as ho thought should Tho jury found for tho defend ant ITUE ladles of tho Christian church will hero on sale In Severance Sons old storeroom on Wednesday bcforo Thanksgiving eatables of all kinds nod they ask that liberal patronage bo giv on them They also ask that those who bring the good things to ha ocloctoTUE following program will bo ro dered ftt the vocal contest at Opera House Thanksgiving evening t Chairmans address L R Hughes Flemlngsburg quorlolle two selections Messrs T F Andrews Robert Bar bereon Clyde Garr and Robert We don Miss Ethel Barnett IIarralsbueblcedamht e9 Messrs Less M Ruo and Joe soalp ht rand Pearl Faulconer Messrs Rand O J W Cunningham Miss Non Warren Stanford soloist select Lexington quartette Miss Lolilo Em Wobb Lexington soloist Hustonville quartette two selections Messrs Jerry Adams A D C Dlnwlddie Howard Camnltz and Owen Williams Miss Grace Waddle Somerset soloist two selections Richmond quartette ti Ln1lIanMary Scott Lancaster quartette t selections Misses Theo Hemphlll and Bessie DaLlas MeeeraChas West a Wm Fox Logan WEDDING presents at Mueller awayOrdod ThankBJtlvlnJtday ATTEND C L and B D Carters sale near Turnersvlllo Friday OUR store will bo closed Thanksgiv ing day John Bright Jr ft Co PresIbylerlan TIlE Daughters of tho Confederacy will meet with Mrs J S Owsloy this afternoon Those who have pledged 82 for the Confederate Home are requested to bring or send tbo money FINED David Guest colored of Crab Orchard was fined 123 and COlts In Judge J D Petlus1 court at that place tbo other day for disturbing re Illglous worship He was placed in jail hereby Marshal John G Riddle WAYNESIIURU Death came Into our little town again Friday night and took from our midst another wife and mother Mrs Roland D Padgett Be sides her sorrowing husband she leaves andhog a I mluherwords How la Mattle will be bard to leave unsaid when wo meet any of eympatbyof them In their afUlctlon H H S atLoxlotonorgan and Elder J W McGarvey and others will leave the Home For Sale I AyeonelandgoodforLancaster Ic- yTobacco Raisers Wanted I I want 8 good men to raise tobacco and corn on the shares Have good homes goodselghborboedfarm for tale Terms easy O R ItnAWNEIJ Jumbo Ky FARM FOR SALEI locatednearIygoodutMtanUalauthouie Well watered by cistern springs malltl1lmW GIVENS Stanford Ky J w PRICEi Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Dose a general business In both lines and patronagoAll other work in proportion PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction on SATURDAY DEG 111002 propertyTwo urreyandmower Shono wagon and harness Sborse corn planter harrows ic 200 shocks of fodder some household and kitchen fur nlturc Terms made known on day of sale IyCotPUBLIC SALE tbeInlothe1tSATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1002 One 8ycarold mare 2 pear old horse milk cow and calf i cows heifers broodsow and 10 good shoats About 35 barrels of corns 20 bushels of shelled oats SI ofbnluawwheatdrillcondition farming Implements of nil kinds lot of sllrorwaro household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to wkW O WATTS Admr J P Chandler Auct oePUBLIC SALE I Of stock crophouichold and kitchen uten ill Having sold my farm I will offer for sale FRIDAY NOVEMUEn 281002 publicdTuroenvlllergplko One inbred Hamlltonlan stallion good brood tnixrcrf 2 geldings 6yearsold honed 1 of work mules mule colt 8 cows 10 calves sowstemonths old 80 extra good home rataed ewes 2 2horse wagons 2 sob of wagon harness 0 sets of gear buggy 2 buckboard 4 sots of single set double harness 2 binders mower hay rake nearly new 4 planter2 Majestic Wrought Iron and Steel ranges at most new 3 sets of furniture chairs exten Blon tablo writing desk nil kinds of dishes oDd canned fruits 150 barrels of corn in the crib 300 shocks of fodder 25 shocks of sugar cane 300 bales of timothy hay 3 stacks of loose hay 200 Plymouth Rock chickens the best In the country sewing machines extraIltons Evoragrounds and plenty at shelter It It It a bad AIIJ P Chandler Aacr kiiOvercoats top style top quality bottom PRICE lIens suits to fitthe Fancy the form and the POCK BOOK Boys clothingthe fullest meaning of the name PERFECTION Overcoats 500 to 2000 Mens Suits 500 to1850 Boys Suits 100 to 750 Boys Overcoats 2 to 10 ftirWE CAN FIT YOU Cummins S McClary A NEW THINGS Newest things in Overcoats with slash pock et tufts full backs and belts Very stylisli and good prices ranging from 750 to 2000 Newest things in hats The PINGPONG lowcreased crown broad brim The very latest production Prices 150 to 300 Look at them whether you care to buy or not ToneH Jt McRoberts WE Have just returned from our THIRD TRIP to the city and as usual picked up some RARE BARGAINS Come and let us show you our ne y CloaksSkirts Blankets Underwear Shoes Dress Goods Hosiery and Gloves We want your business and will leave no stone unturned to gqt it We buy your patronage and pay the highest price by selling ydu possible Severance Sons New Store t JOHN BRIGHT JR Ok CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware and Queensware all kinds of Garden and 1Fjord Seeds Lime Salt and Cement i i i i S S y flS t y j0 0 jr a s j sko HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE justoutsideprettiest homes around Stanford and U well Improved with a handsome splendiddryfurnished free Most of the outside fenc fencIng r doer Land in a good state of cultivation rapebonneand MO till place J Hundley SianWtd 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Jfntered n the pottoffice at Stanford at icondclatt matter yp bllhauwQaya encSFc5VtI- 81 PER YEAR CASH air when not sopsldfflSOO will beehin4 DIVISION 1146 a m IiKNOXVILLE 230at Mam Potts 1252 p m u AI s PRICEs- urgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Dfietovtr UcBoberta Drug lathe Owaley I Building R A JONESDENTIST StanfordKy 1 OfflcBovcrHlggins AMcKlnneys Start Telephone No 01 H C NEWLANEj SURVEYOR I Walnut Flat 1 n Kentucky Offer bU services to the people of Lincoln and adjoiningcounties NEW LIVERY STABLE s WD1r2KE sm Iron or JUNCTION CITY KY t TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rate t Special Atteatlon to Traveling Men and lay For Bale Mason HotelSIMPSON Pror 1Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng 6rst class Porters z laeetlali tralnsl = 89 i r FOX t LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on band and tot sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bU services ss duotoiart- t ito the people of Lincoln County He will please ou both In work and price Write to him Vc+ McC1 MY UNDEBTAKSREMBALBIER And DealestIn HAENESS SADDLEBY C Stanford Ky J L Beazle 6 COJ Undertakers and- Embalmors ao DILLUS Ice llurnitttreIhlattingsRugs TIley will Exchange Furniture for all klnds of Stork Give them a call Prices right aTA KFOItD eXZNTQOLY I t n E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Trealurer1 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky- No 1Rouse and lot In SUnfor JflTe room ball porch clowe ocbercbesao dodbOOleooaf lOrimall tam Hf frlceSMO Ko 2 Small farm 37 acne 8 milts from fcUn ford llonnol four good room lock and t ttranda Hood barn and other butldlngt repair good Cut in six field well fenced 0 acre In culUntioD onl cre tn fruit tree rest In rBought at commiuloaerulat bargain and can be Bold at bargain Close to school cburcb PrIce Fat per sere Land adjoining sold for f eta and This Is a bargain No 31I0ule and lot In Stanford louse con lain fire rooms Hood stable and 3 attn of land well fenced One of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front fur two other cottages or a 2 front be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap as the owner mutt hare Jrioney No 4Two atorr frame dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda Uooa girdcn fencing and dour In good repair For ale or rant Ittoa reasonable No 8lIoute and lot In Stanford Thieo and front porch cool garden and table Uood repair sold chilI No 7 House and lot In Stantoni4 ltorletII rooms Good garden smoke ant coal bo coo 0e SFarmof 80acres2J mUte Irom Stall- ION on county road acre culUnUoa IeTen In rutan 2 orchard and rat in timber Two smllcottages good bun and outbuildinge wfll watered and tenclng fairly good Plate tan Le bought at your price uowner llris In Indlinspo lli and must hue money No 9A firm of 22 acre four mile from Stan the county Silly acts In lord on best pllteln Sin clover and wheat 101n in timothy In tine blupgui la cut In six fields well fenced well end spring two oodponls1tfwodwellingegool barns and out Lulldlnl of mile both dnllllll llIg on pike Pknty fruit t rod enough timber to mate 6000 posts A aplet- aluegnu drle from tbe- OUDIT arm and onlO mtnuta seat Owner of sne farm adloinlrg tbll has recently refusal fU wr acre WI oller thh at J37 00 per acre NolLSt eerie land with neceuarr taprere mfnU mile from Sanford Dwelling hu Cour rooms veranda ball cud porch Large LUll Imoke bouse etc Well watered fenced and buildings In goof repair rrlce reasonable No Dwelling of six rooms hall and porch necccaury oulbulidingi and garden Also large two tory store room 2aW ft lower room upplled with countenheltee etc Wlter In dWflllDg 1I0reroom also cistern and well on slate Small lot back ohton UDe mile ttanlord n8l1dlD nralr aDd dweutDg originally met fIwG and ltore over 11200 Will sell both for 5850 or will rent or sell separately No 230 acre farm Ji mile of Crab Orchard X Urlckdwelling S two tenant bouty Farm fntwo near dwelling high stale ofcultlratlonT 180 acre river bottom land good fencing fruit etc rIce 1750 an acre- No IlI00acmol land on Lanraster street In Crab Orchard opposite Springs In no 1m proTements large stock btrn abundance ot water Prettiest building site In town Price tow No 13A nice cottage and lot on Lancaster street Stanford rooms good cittern etc Cost 81600 will aell lor Ko t7A farm of 16J acres near Huitontllle Dwelling of eight rooms hall veranda etc One tenant house stock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildings Cittern lId good well In the jard and water In every field on place Farm cut IIIeTen seld dau land No50Farm of 160 acres situated near King Tlllt Ky fA urn in wlthatiollrJ In tlmLerrest watered two buns and otber- olltLulldllll repair Dwelli0gcomoanUv- newIJ li within 800 yards of three church hootpatolace and C S depot Property lie 00 kaand county road and is the moot section Ni will sell the whole Carm forttTooTor la parcels of not lea than 30 oem to suit purchaser This Is certal nly cheap property No nFarm of 75 acres neat Waynabur Ie well watered feDclDI aDd repair troductlfe lime ttons buUalngimn borbood close to school a d 1700 Aturn of 500 acres In Lincoln county ThrSiVKxl dwelling I good bun ad other out buildings house barn etc about the cellier of 100 urn All on county road mill Crom church school and Lars well and well wend This Is a good tobacco arm end would suit two or three families that might want to coml from the same neighborhood Price reasonable Ko 85A farm of 105 screw In CauJ county Ky eadoue hal dwelling with sir rmd barn and other outbuildings Sixty acre In EolUTatlon 4J acres In Umber fruit trees etc Lays on county road r close to churches school Price onlJ eooo- No Mann at liS acre In Casey oouDIJ Two lIorJ frame dwelling two good turns and other- ouUiulldJOP In goOd Splendid to5sro Und and In community Abargaln at 000 No 87 Farm of IIS acres In Casey county A new two story 8 room frame dwelling and old fair colldltlon llama and other outuwvmug tu buildings On county roW splendid tobacco land well two wells spring etc This 1s a de sirable home Irlce11500 Ko 88 Flay acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame house 8 rooms and porch Barn arid other rest tin bsr WellwateredVsCMyards from poatofficescnool and church lays well on and In com 163- 0rebuebuyerfor2lOor300cro arm sltuate2 from one to three Also buyer lot about 100 acre situated from one to four mile from town with or without Improvements Also a buyer for an to 110 000 arm close town 018 Four houses antI lots In Rowland Ky Price 1100 each Ko acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap 20 Two atorv house 9 rooms hallvennda- creasplendidland adjolnlngln Stanford Prop erty In good awr and In house eta tera at door Ueautlful home lrlce finnn o22 HouMot IIn rooms porch acre of eround and good stable One mill rom town Price tlOO Ko 25 Fam of U1 acres S miles from Stanford Frame dwelling of rooms 2 2 bunt 001 a log stable cod wagon shed combined the other an utralOO tram with cattle sheds attached Barn lorcurlni tobacco Also hennery smokehouse and corn crib Floe orchard Fenclg h good repair Well watered 2 cisterns etc This farm has been occupied by a former owner Year and Is and Impaired Is churchInmlleof postomce and school for for half rent and Is cultlrsted In corn wheat tobacco and doter Title perfect Cost pMKnt owner H500 as county records will show sell for R 021 Dwelling of 4 rooms with 20 acres land In Moreland Good burn and neceaasry outbuild 2 wells In orchard and 2 acres In strawberries Immediate potsesslon Pride Ko St Frame hotel large rooms double reran duo bllw Etc A large 2 story storeroom renting nreet80Ieet lrom hotel stairs lulu ble fordwelllng 2 nice cottage nicely furnished papered and painted 4 rooms nd very la each A stable Good I same used u limy cardtn aeantiotadlolning8etest front 200 feet deep All of this property London Ky and a for some one to make money month ineorountofIllbeilrhofhiwife only- on for srlllng proprietor desires to for turn Lincoln county farm of 1W acts in Garrard count- yIafromLncuor13 y All In grass timothy elorer and bluegrass except 10 acres no waste Und nDelJ watered bJ spring pond and Lllllcbea through the place The land II rlcb aD- dproductlnlOw bfmp tobacco Rewly feat with wire A IlOO orchard ImproTemenls a twotoryelgnt room frame dwelling la each room cellar etc newly covered and painted tenant house barn and outbuildings all in condition In land neighborhood near church school depot Islte ant store wlthlll 100 yards of house This plan will be sold cheap THE Joseph Price Infirmary U all the year for the treatment jot surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board end nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes ilonal bills Sue when lerrice are rendered and must tm paid promptly LAND STOCK CROPS ETC T J Hill Sr bought of Lutes S Co 100 wetbera at 3c John Beck bought of Prcitop Deck a sow and pigs for 930 J M Crees sold to W B Burton a pair ot mules for 1150 Tom Ponce sold to Sam Anderson a bunch ot butcher cattle at 3c Flronzl the great race mare It dead after winning 116150 tor her owner J F Hasty sold at Lancaster yesterday a bunch of 900pound steers at 3c E T Pence bought of Mrs J H Parsons 2T barrels ot corn at2 deliver edAlbert Gooch bought of C L Carter his farm of G4 acres near TurncrivUlo at 801 U D Woods Jr sold to Mies Susao- Fisher Woods a 4yearold bay tone for 1150- FOR SALE 220 good ewes good stock and In good flesh Frve Allen Huitonvllle Ky E P Woods sold nine Shorthorn cat tie at J F Cook Cos ease at Lex- Ington last week at 155 to 9150 Thomas Metcalf sold to Smith Johnson of Boyle 18 1441pound cat tin at 6c They will be shipped to New York T D Chestnut ot ned evllle sold to D N Prewlti 35 hogs weight 130 pounds at 6 40 He also sold 15 Qno meat hogs to different parties nt 0and somo butcher cattlo to George Wood at 3c Advocate R E Bedford ot Paris sold to a Pennsylvania party the bay gelding Masscy by Baron Wllkcs for 0000 The horse was sold on a trial of 203 and la regarded as one of the fastest Preen horses In the State LANCASTER COURT There were about 150 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday but only a few jot them changed hands Some yearlings brought close to 4c and a few heifers brought 3u 3ic The bad weather made It very dull day- Montana Is great State for oats Mr A A McRoberta formerly of this place writes from Spanish that State that J L Patterson a farmer living near town averaged 132 bushels on 58 acres He also raised some wheat whcb yielded nearly 50 bushels to the acre Mr Patterson bad altogether 137 acrea In grain wheat oats and barley wblcb yielded In the aggregate over 12000 bushels machine measure the oats weighing 40 pounds to the machine measured bushel In Memory Of Uncle Clark Reynolds Aftortho silent watch of the night Just aa the dawn was tinging the East with glory the spirit of Uncle Clark Reynolds was wafted to his Maker after years of Buffering and pain that racked his manly frame reducing U to wonderful vital- Ity a mere skeleton His asserted Itself to the last Watched by his devoted wife and children be fought the grim monster until bLa strength was exhausted and laying the burden down be fell asleep quiet and peaceful as a babe Sometime ago ho expressed his willingness to meet bis Maker that all was well with his soul Honorable and clover his home was known for Its hospitality and one may teel auro of a welcome who came to his door He will be greatly missed b- ynlla kind and loving husband and father There Is a vacant place by the realde that can never the filled and bowed with grief his loved ones bow In submission to tho will of the Lord Be yond the pain and care that life holds for all across the blurred portals of the golden Rates be awaits their coming and may they all bo reunited there A FRIEND Stepped Against A Hot Stove A child of Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child was In great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm In the house she thought she would try It In less than half an lour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson is a wellknown reel dent of Kellar Va Pain Bam la an an tl pile liniment and especially valuable for bruises cuts burns and sprains For sale by Craig locker I Composer Do you know rcy good- man that I composed the music you are playing now Organ Grinder Is that so Thats the best piece Ive got Whenever I play It some feller gives me a dollar to move on r For A Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve It and to allay the Irritation and inflamma tlon of the throat and lungs The sooth ing and healing properties ol this remedy and the quick cures which it effects make It a favorite every where For gale by Craig llocker liMy love for you he wrote la so deep eo vast so powerful I can not express Wby dont you send It by freight she wrote back And then It was all off Philadelphia Record UIJ The man on the stage who does the trick ofescaping from firmly UM ro submits to the with a smile He knows he can get out of the ropes that are being knotted Put the same man in the woods and let Indian captors bind him to a trcq for torture he aulds- truggle to the last the bonds When the stomach is diseased there are bonds being woven every hour about the organs dependent on the stomach heart kidneys etc The folly of mankind is to passively submit to the fastening of these with no effort to escape the pain they cause arouses fear Drlienes Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other of digestion and nutrition It cures diseases of heart liver lungs kill neys anti other organs when these dis eases as is often the case have their origin in the diseased stomach For a long time I was suffering and was hsrdt able to get about Mr Andrew J Jennings of Thomas Tucker Co W Va Dot lye bothered with trouble and my whole system was out of ordcrthod no atlrttte A or mine lJr Golden Mdllcal Dlscorcry I dId 10 and the first liottle tutored a I took six bottles of Golden atolal Discovery1 and some of the neaunt relicts and feel like a new person Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from impurities NOTIIIKU TO HIM Im a day lale with this bill said the man at the window ot the gad companys olllce but I could i come around any sooner I get my 10 cents rebate dont D Not much replied the man Inside Youll pay tbo 10 cents extra- I dont think I will Well shut the IU off at that house If you dont- Thatd all right said the other putting his money back In bis pocketbook and starting for the door Shut tot as quick as you please I moved away from there last week Chicago Tribune What to do Until the Doctor Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered severely says 8 n Elzce of Monett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dose of Chum betlaina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and a few minutes later a sec oDd doss Before the doctor came the child was relieved For sale by Craig A Rocker Stanford y We are aiways for Americans but we are moved to remark that the kill ing of Fitzgerald In Guatemala by the aon of Dr W Godfrey Hunter has a good deal ot the ear marks of a Kentucky republican act The mere sug gestion of assassination makes some of the slanderers of Gov William Goebel weep This Indeed a funny world Lexington Democrat William E Curtis tho wellknown newspaper correspondent In writing of the chewing guns habit In Chicago saya that 2000 boxes containing 200 003 pieces of gum and costing 12000 are dally consumed In the Windy City Call of the Democratic Commit tee of the 13th Judicial District The Democratic Committee of the 13th Ju dicial District of Kentucky at a meeting ot aald committee held In the city of hat ville Aug 0 1002 the tallowing melbo4 of nominating crndldate for Cir cuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney In 1111 district to be voted for at the Novem ber election 1903 tat The democratic voters of the district are requested to meet at their several vot loc precincts In the district on the Cub day of at 2 oclock r u They be called to order by their precinct county committeeman and will proceed to elect a chairman and secretary then proceed to the election of delegates to a county con vention each precinct being entitled to elect one delegate for 100 votes or traction of 100 over east for the democratic candidates In said precinct at the last presiden tial election and If any precinct did not cast 100 votes In said election said precinct thall nevertheless be entitled to at least ono delegate to said county convention AI ternates shall alio bo elected to take the place of each delegate who may be unable to act cr decline to act The chairman of aid precinct meeting shall certify the reo suits to and transmit them to the chairman of the respective county committee Snd Tbo delegates to each county con vention shall meet at the court houute of their respective counties on Dec 8 100 and ball be called to order by their resi ctlve county committee chairman and after elect a chairman and secretary shall proceed to lectdelegates to a district convention to bo held at the courthouse Danville Ky In which Boylo county shall be entitled to I otel Oarrard county to 7 vote Lincoln county to 0 votes and Meror county to 0 votes thatbeag their relative strength as shown by their votes for the democratic candidate at the last presidential election Said delegates wben they shall be called together by tho chairman of democratic committee tot this Judicial dis trict to whom the returns from the county conventions certified by tin respective chairman and secretary of the county con vention shall be delivered Bald conven tion shall assemble at the courthouse In Danville ICy on the 10th day of Decem ber loot and proceed to elect Ii chairman and secretary nominations for Judge and Commonwealths Attorney and term all acts and functions proper to a democratic convention 3rd At the precinct meetings all demo crats who wilt support the nominees are entitled to vote It 0 WARREN EyLEEOct 31190 J D J n Owaloy 8 II Shanks WO Biliousness Makc5 f When the Uvsr is torpid and falls to do lu work the bile enters the blood u a virulent Then f comes constipauon biliousness sick even Vand malaria JThe only that glees the liver lust the sight touch and starts Natures work in the right manner WSLIVERPr PILLS- ANDTONIQPELLETS The cin touches the liver and the pellets tone teev system 23 dose lor 9 days oat S3 tense sad dew your cave ls exceedingly bad you Jv will be well blare you finish them free For Ml at all For Snlo by Pennys Drug tore and W B McKobcrta LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I STOCK SJSOOOO Directors IaxtOD Walker TCeoJ W Carter Chronic Invalids poison headache V treatment un Sample dealers CAPITAL sure toThe Farmer Hank S Trust Company and under same management continuously for M year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping ueU busies relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStIKy Capitol Stock 50000t Surplus 10000 This Institution was established the Hank of Stanford In lill then reorganlied as the National Hank of Stanford in UM and again reorganised u the First National lade of Stanford to 1882 having had practically an nntnter copied exlte0ce It is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing promptly and well than ever before In le long honorable career Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited TREES TREES By Tho Million Fruit and ornamental Tree Orapo Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrub lId every thing tot Orchard Lawn and Garden Vie employ ro agents but sell direct Catalojtuo on application Both hone YMEiEll fc BON- Lexington Ky TraHlor J Ice DCALCR IN Whlsku Brandy Winos Beer Gloars Etc KYClosPrompt attention Nothing but the bes to drink an1rIUI U telegraph order rfceivi prompt attention Very Cheap farm ON EASY TERMS Title b a farm of 115 acres located S mile Stanford It Is within one mile of a chessfactorsfarm II well contain a large amount of fine sew timber The improvements consist of a good frame dwelling house S large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra goof frame cattle sheds attached and especially arranged for cur log tobacco the a log and wagon shed combined i also a hennery a smoke house and corn crib There Is a true young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit The fencing Ps of rails and In repair Thn farm Is water ed with neverfalling and two cis tern The owner U a nonresident and of rev this farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further call on or ddress L It Hughes Secy Central Ken neal Ettatu Exchange Stanford Lie win CountyifeatuckyS I 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