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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t1JSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1903 SAM NO 62 MIDDLEBURG Rev J B Preacbad at tho Baptist church Sunday Dime Rumor eys there will be an other wedding to this neck ere many many moons wax and wane The missionary exorclaet at the Dap YS tilt church Sunday night by the little I ones was a success ID all the word 1m piles A crowded house greeted them A cooperatlvo religious meeting boo 1 glee at Aulloch church Phil Friday continue over Sunday Prom I tlnentspeakers and divines will discus various topic of Interest Alton flirt of the Wallitown sec tlon and a student of M N 0 was token with typhoid fever and Is very 111 1 IMI Corda Hubble remains about the same The other sick are better R D MoAnlnch has bought the Taylor property near the college of Mitch el Taylor for 1700 To show that prop erty will depreciate In a dead town will only say the lime property sold for 11700 a few years ago The republican primary to nominate a candidate for circuit clerk will bo held throughout the county tomorrow James Olboney the present Incum bent and Jason Wesley of this place are the only contestants both of whom are sanguine of victory Llnnle the seven year old daughter of William Wall of Yosemite died Sunday of spinal trouble and was In tarred Monday In Green River Ceme tery The child only weighed about 16 pounds and had not grown any since It i was four months old though It could walk and talk u well as any child t1 The board of commissioners appoint ed by the fiscal court some months ago gtoInvestigate and purchase a homo the poor of the county have bough- the Green River farm of Davidson Drown on the Mlddleburg and Liberty pike for I4COO This will be a model home for the paupers of Casey county Robert E Keeney Is spending a low weekl with his father and friends after an absence of over two years Qo Is at present located at Montgomery Ala I S where he has a good position with tho L ts N Mr K served with the wrl t tor In both the SpanishAmerican and Philippine wars being Invalided home fram the latterIIltevL R Godbey Is In Maysvllle around preparatory to moving his family there ho having been sent there for the coming year by confer ence All our people regafdlcss of church anillallon regret to lose Bro Godbey who has labored so hard and earnestly during his three years pas Wrote at this place- L T Smith Of Rowland while drill log for water In the yard of 00 4hestruck a strong flow of gas at a dopt of 80 feet tie had gone through a deep formation of limestone when the gas was encountered lying on I Stratum of sand stone Mr Jones will the gas for fuel I and 1 ghtinuse purposes A score or more from this section took In the excursion Sunday to Cin clnnatl A B Royalty Is assisting Rev 0 E Powell of In a series of meetings at Klrksvllle Mr and Mrs Matt Horton of Frankfort are visiting her father J W McWhor 1 Claudio Tomllnson of y lttertMrl visited her parents 1i Sunday J T oft Somerset spent a few days at home this week Hon Rollln Hurt of Columbia demo circuit Judge ad dressed ca good sized audience at er nail Monday night In the Interest r of his candidacy ills speech was able and verv conservative and wo believe will provo effectual A noticeable lea ture was the nonuse of poisonous In of which hie Huiopponenthas warm IZ the ranks of the 00 P and thougn this judicial district of six counties Is republican by 3000 votes ho has hope- of winning Gained 40 Pounds In 30 Day For several months our younger broth er had been troubled with Indigestion He tiled several romctllcfl but got benefit from them Wo purchased ome of Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tablets and ho commenced taking them InsIde of 30 days ho had gained 40 pounds In flesh lie fe now fully recovered We have a good trade on thu shot Las Boos Merchants Long Brancb Mo For sale by W N Craig The report of United States Treasur I er Ellis O Roberts for the fiscal oar ended Juno 30 1003 shows that the t- I tal net revenues for thoyearwjjro 1500 m 390074 an increase of 138083439 over r N J the year preceding The total expend Ituroa were 500099007 an Increase of 130782931 Tho surplus was 54297 d C07 as compared with 91237375 In I 1002 r Ira Mlle a revenue agent was killed at a saw mill in Menlfee county by Kenne Drown Mlles bad a warrant of arrest for Brown charging him with operating an Illicit still Fora physic tako Chamber Eslalnsp r to Salotakeby W N Craig t r HUSTONVILLE Davo EL Skinner Is bow high boss of 400 heads at Btonega Va and Is much pleased with the job G W Ride Jr has bought a farm of 100 acres near Tyrone 0 T and Is arranging affairs to more tbero as soon as possibleWallace Hall now located a Long View Ala writes that he Is very well pleased with his work and all the surroundings of Miss Lizzie Phllllpps of Liberty It with Judge Myers and family for the season and will have charge of the trimming In the millinery depart meat WheelerThe Charles Emporium stock of Fall and Winter millinery from New York Chicago and Cincin oat ts now complete and reedy for In spection f Dr Barker and S M Owens loft for Lioulsvllle Tuesday for the purpose of disposing of 13000 worth of stock In the Beaver Creek 011 and Gas Co and j taklailin rise Horse Show thereby combining business and pleasure- A fishing party composed of A J Adams O S Williams Val Morse j Leo Edrlngton Hud McCormack Will UcKlnncy and Mr Smysor Tlppett of Louisville left Tuesday for a 10 days camp on Green river near Ncatsvlllc Mr James treasurer of tho Vicki burg base bill team presented Howard CaqjnTtz with an elegant hunting case gold watch and a situation In Yazoo City at a good salary through the en lUre winter as a slight token of his ap predation of the work Howard did for his team the pate season The Ort nh tale of the season by C moma good standing Fishing near Middle burg among tbo One string of bass they naught was one In which was lowed a large frog and In the mouth of the frog a a large crawfish too large for the frog to swallow Little Miss Dollle Williams enter tamed a house and yard lulllt of ber schoolmates all members of the trun silo bed association Friday evening After music and plays galore that rq cowed the glad hand of appreciation from all sherbets creams punches and cakes were served and with a fond tare well from all the curfew rang allI gone II Repairs on the Christian church are progressing rapidly The congrega lion will meet In the College cbappel until the work Is completed which will require tour or five weeks yet In ad dition to the now pew furnace and el evated Doors there should by nil means a platform for the choir arranged neat brass railing around It aclnf the audience The Lexington Herald of Sept 2Sth a high compliment to an ex IrnUltonlI1o boy In the person of Dr Carl Wheeler son of Mr Chas Wheel or of the Emporium In ao article o r two columns on Typhoid Fever In Lexington It says Lexington has probably been saved this year Iron such an experience of typhoid lover a she dad last year by the excellent work of Dr Carl Wheeler Health Officer In maintaining a rigid Inspection of tho milk supply Dr Wheelers etatemo Is a guarantee of the citys milk sap ply II Babbitt to Speak forD amocr oy MT VBRNOX saps 30th Plea plvo prominent publication In your p per for two or three Issues that I eba speak In Stanford the 2nd Monday county court day In October and divide time with the profound 1tho brilliant Bradley or Uncle ker on Aunt Hannah Mark Since dssgar a taco governor 10 man democrats talking of voting wrong or not at all Not so much pro fplc of Rockcastlo county but traveling men some that I thought tbo very best democrats Major Owens la doing much harm to tho party and a crat should speak everywhere ho been The warning IIP glues tot young moo not to coat anchor In dom erotic waters must have serious eleec- FONTAINE Fox BOIIUITT He Learned a Groat Truth oncla y toll that child the same thing over as over again John Wesley because onto tolling Is not enough It Is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Chamberlains Qou Itemed cures colds and grip that counteracts any tendency of these dl sasses to result in pneumonia and that It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by WN CraIg rUes Adelaide Prlbtjenovr a young music teacher of Kansas City commit ted sulcldo by throwing herself befoco a train attar she bad leaped from third story window and run ten blocks to the railroad yards NEWS NOTES I Russellvlllo Is to have a handsome now opera house I The county jail at Bardwell Ky was blown open three prisoners escap ing Nathan Webster the oldest man In Eastern Kentucky Is dead at Vance burg John William Lell a wealthy citizen Lexington dropped deed In New York The Oregon Short Line Railway will expend a million dollars on terminal facilities at Salt Lake City I One person was burned to death and flvo Injured In a Ore which destroyed a private sanitarium at Kansas City Mo Dr Kerr Gray of London originator of the Society for Sunday evening dress service was towed dead In Edln burgOn account of yellow fever Judge Burns at Laredo Texas has ordered the release of all Federal prisoners In ail tbero Alonzo Cawood was sent to the peni tentiary for two years at Doonevllle Owsley county for killing bis cousin L Rose The court of appeals will hear the argument In the Jim Howard case No ember 24 The birthplace of Charles Dickens at Portsmouth England was sold at auc tion for 15625 and was bought In by the mayor of tho city Geo W Garwood a wealthy coal broker of Plttsburg Pa 05 years old shot and killed Hilda Vogel aged 22 and then killed himself Two miners were Instantly killed and two others Injured by the explosion of powder magazine at the Mammoth mines at Wallace Idaho John Sommers and Robert Johnson two young boys wore killed by the ex plosion of a gun near Hvnters Point Tenn while out hunting The gunboat Nashville Is on Its way to Colombian waters under orders to safeguard the Interests of Americans on the Island of St Andrews Watchmen David Britt at the Na tional Soldiers lame at Johnson City Tenn was shot dead before his wife and children by Policeman Georgo S Allen Mayor Carter Harrison of Chicago ape If be could discharge every man he suspects of grafting they would be jumping out of every window In tbo city ball President Charles S Mellon of the Northern Pacific railroad has resign ed to become president of the New York end New Haven railroad effect ive October 21 A statement leaned by the United States Geological Survey shows that for the first time In tbo history pf tbo United States the production of coal has reached a total of over 300005000 short tons the actual output being 300 930059 tons valued 1373133843 The production in Kentucky In 1902 an Increase over 1901 of 1193176 short tons Or a little over 20 per cent ILAND STOCK CROPS ETC Secondhand shredder good as now for sale Box 183 Lancaster Blue Grass Seed for sale homo strip Itped Banks Hudson Lancaster Ky The tobacco erop of Adair county Is said to be the beet for several years Giveaolllce IeWatcrboy and McOhesnoy will not moot In a race this year It la proba IIblo that they will never meet H F HIllenmeyor S Sun the old re liable nurserymen of Lexington begin lieuse mcy t same by paying and notice K L Tanner McKlnney The Security Warehouse Co ol New York has offered to finance tho Ken tucks Burley Tobacco Growers Asso elation scheme to the extent of 810 000000 excelhoI o out o 500tAdvocateDick bought 150 cornfed ca tie at 4o for Nelson Morrla to go In October This makes something over 1200 cattle that Mr Gentry has bought durl0dseason shipped to Europe Advocate Confessions of a Priest ghtRev John S Cox of Wake Ark liFoI 12 gears I suffered from yel low jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sqrts of mad l cines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had meI in Its grasp for 12 years If you reliable medicine for Liver and Kldne11- a trouble stomach disorder or e bility get Electric Litters Its guaran j teed by all druggists Only bile I LANCASTER- A wreck Wednesday near Point Leavell caused all the trains to be sev eral hours late Mr Jas I Hamilton shipped a carload of horses to Memphis He will go thorn soon to dispose of themcMr Bert Soaper and Miss Oma Gul ly both of this city were married Wednesday at the home of the brideJMiss Alice Walker entertained Fri day evening In honor of Miss Mae Rob inson of Bryantsvllle About 30 guests enjoyed the hospitality of this charm ng hostess The openings of fall millinery will occur Saturday The Logan Dry Goods Co Misses Noel and Miss Sallie Til leu will each have the latest and hand I somest hats on display Fox the enterprising Danville photographer photographed the graded school building and pupil Friday to make an exhibit of this In the Ken tucky State Building at the worlds talrIRev Henry N Falconer of ro Ohio formerly pastor of the PrelI byterlan church of this place has re signed hIs charge and will evangelize making his headquarters In Indianapo lis Eld F M Tinder of the Chris clan church is conducting a meeting In North MlddletonIThe democratic county committee met on Tuesday and canvassed returns of the democratic primary held Saturday resulting as follows Cochran 601 votes Bogle 313 Cocbrana majority being 188 Perfect harmony prevails In teaks and the entire democratic ticket will most likely carry the county The social feature of Interest was the Initial meeting of the B M Club Monday afternoon In the Rest Room Tho membership numbers six and the object Is social pastime Lunch will be served each day during the W O T U State convention in the dining department of the Rest Room which was recently fitted up by the ladles of the local union Delegates and visitors 1 am cordially Invited to partake of this lunchIfor Congress from your city was here I Monday He has a host of friends Ini this county who will support him and would like to see him secure the nomi nation Hon P M McRobertf re publican candidate for circuit lodge from Stanford was also mixing with the bone Mr Carlton Elkin has en tered Rose Hill Academy at Versailles Miss Van Grcenleaf of Richmond Is the charming guest of Miss Louise Kauffman The people of this community ara distressed over the sad news of the death of Mr Fred B Kemper of Kan sas City late of this county A short tlmosRO ho loft the home of his early years to make a now one for himself and family In the West He contract- S ed lover and after a lingering illness died last Saturday Be leaves a wife and four children and a number of near relatives His friends met his remains at Dao ylllo Thursday and brought them here for Interment Services were conducted by Roy Mr Stalllngs of Marksbury The September term QT the county court was marked by an unusually large attendance the mule trade being IItbe chief feature Mr W C Terhune leof Harrodsburg bought tor Joseph Klndlg of York Penn 40 suckling mules Mike Lauber of York Penn bought a carload of same Baldwin Bros of Lower Garrard bought 15 or 20 head of suckling Average price ISO James Burnslde of Point Leav beingtheFox k Logan of Danville bought 17 twoyearolds lebliss Henry of Lexington hoe taken charge of a department In R H Bat sons dry goods store Messrs Joe Burnsldo and Harry Anderson loft Thursday morning to enter the LouIs- ville Business College Millard West of the U S Treasury Department has returned to Washington alter a months visit to his mother Mrs Jen nlo West John Paul Miller who so quitted himself with so much credit last year at Annapolis Naval Academy this has returned otter a months visit to parents Tom Wall has returned from a prospecting tIp In tbo West and will soon move his family to Kan Itsa8 oSaves Two FromDeath Our little daughter had an ajmost fatal attack of whooping cough and bron chills writes Mrs W K llgviland of Armonk N YlbUI when all other rem DrIDrsporaleIKings Now Discovery as to noother med icloe on earth Infallible for coughsami colds 60o and II bottles guaranteed ball y druggists TrIal bottles freeI To The Voters of Lincoln County IlnrrUFELLOW CITIZENSIt is not because I desire to enter the arena of politics or crave an office but because I desire to do right and help the of my country to do right I have yielded to the solicitation of prohibitionticketAssembly In doing this I have but one purpose in view The better + myclaimsI was born in Lincoln county and within her borders I have spent the cordiallyinviteyoung Adamhood to the present time 1 am 62 years old a farmer by choice and profession which consider the noblest calling of man except the ministry The most joyful moments of my life have been when was trying to point the youth of our land to the bright and shining way of truth and righteousness It is my hearts desire that the people of my beloved country may strive for higher aims and nobler purposes This can bo attained only by education both of head and heart- I love my children and I love your children If elected I pledge myself to oppose the evils that will destroy their welfare and happiness The liquor traffic the deadly cigarette gambling and such like I have quarrel or abuse for the saloon keeper He is as good as the law that grants him license tho Jaw is as good as the lawmaker and the lawmaker is as good as the voters who elect him I will oppose tho schoolbook trust that makes the school books in our state cost more than in others But I will support a school book bill that compels all the public schools in the State to use the same kind of a book for five or more years without change and thereby save thousands of dollars to the patrons who now have to buy new books every time the teacher is changed Besides no child can make much progress when it has to change text books with new rules and principles- at every school term Now good people of Lincoln county I claim your prayers I want your votes but prayers without votes do not amount to much A man who prays one way and votes another loses his prayer His vote counts You never heard of o man being elected by 500 prayers majority But five votes majority settles the case The only safe course for all men td pursue is to do right and leave results with God Do not stab the best interest of your children I propose to walk the highway of honor and whether elected or defeated I shall go to God with clean hands and a pure heart and say Father I have tried to do my duty Respectfully A W CARPENTER Il j1fIDouglas Shoes 3 and 35O The best looking and best wearing SHOE to be had for the price Tho Douglas Factory makes and sells more factoriesinunless they were good They can be bought in Danville only at THEI GLOBE OSTtfEW FALL STYLES READY a saeser KBiTHE GLOBE 15 t 4494 9 Lt o I We Have Just Received Our Superior Grain Drills 1 For this season and have some now improvements and will take pleasure in showing thorn to our farmer friends This drill has been OTO glc T e 10T 1eaTs- In this cbuntyand you take uo risk when you buy the Superi or HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Galvanized Guttering I For House or Barn JOc Per Foot rrJ R HASELDEN Lancaster Kyt = i 0 Important Announcement 61 THE GRAND LEADER on Jan I 1904 will retire from business in Stanford We did not make our mind up to do that until after all our Fall Goods were bought and in the house To close a stock in 90 days of this size is no small matter and we have decided to make PRICE the quick mover of the goods Profits during the next 90 days are not considered We want the money You want the goods We will give them to you at absolute COST or LESS Be on time early and get the CREAM of values for at the prices we make they will not last long Our Storeroom is for rent and Fixtures are for sale Below we give you a few prices just to impress upon your mind how cheap you may buy new seasonable merchandise Regular 6Cc Table Linen closing out price 25cj jltegular75oTnbloLinenclosingoutpHca 69c Regular 150 Table Linen closing out price 03c LADIES UNDERSKIRTS 6kfAll 8160 Skirts go at 112 All 200 Skirts go at lGO Ladies Dress Skirts Walking Length 8160 Skirts now at 8 OSa 200 Skirts now at 125 8260 Skirts now at 175 230S350 Skirts now at 400 Skirts now at 208 500 Skirts now at t 375 000 Skirts now at 425 8700 Skirts now at 5 00 8800 Silk Skirts now at 525 100 as 200 dont fail come this I i M B CO X i INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD- It a Canaljite fur Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is a candidate for sheriff Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS If a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action ot the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject- to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER If a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party Ticket t For Governor r J C W BECKIIAM t For Lieutenant Uotemor W P THORNE l For Auditor of Stat- eS1 W EAGER l For Treasurer a V McClIESNEY For Instruction IJ 11 FUQUA t For Commitiioner of Agriculture HUBERT For Clerk of Court of Apptoli J MORGAN CH1NN t For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD v For Circuit Judge W COAA BELL For Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM to For Representative J M CHAIRMAN HAQER says that he Is and has reaa reliably Informed every son to that the republican cam paign Is being secretly directed by Dr Hunter of Gum Shoo notoriety who was chairman of tho republican cam palfjn committee In 1895 when Bradley was elected governor The same moth ode that be used then are being em ployed now They are pretending to have no system In the conduct of their campaign The object of this pretended Indifference Is to lead us Into a state of overconfidence This will hardly deceive democrats who are alive to of electing the full ticket br the majority In year Hun ter slipped up on us once It will be our fault It he does it again Let no democrat be caught napping but let each do what be can for th6 success of partyIJ hM anioupced for re nomination forpublican tive ol A PROCLAMATION by Gov Beckbam calling a special election to bo held In the bloody eleventh on Tuesday Nov 10 to elect a member of Congress to succeed the lato Vincent Borelng was Issued from the State Executive Du providesere to be held where required In district on Tuesday next for the purpose of registering the names of tboee entitled to vote The sheriffs of the various counties are directed to prepare for tho election In the manner prescribed by law The calling of the election for a day other than that on which the regular State election Is to be held Is to avoid the holding of a Fed eral election on the same day as a State election as the avoidance of this was clearly so lawyers say the Intent and purpose of the framers of present constitution of Kentucky The fixing of a date for the election of Congressman but a week later will give the reo publicans ample time to make their nomination and will also Insure the district a representative In tUne for him to present his credential at the special session of Congress IN his speech at Greenup A T Wood who Is trying to to the rads that be Is the worst pill In the box said If bo was Governor he would Powers the fret official act of his life and be believed Belknap would also do so when be read the record He said bayonets would be used after the election If an attempt was made to count the republican out that they would not stand anything of that kind again In all Kentucky It Is not very probable that euch creatures of Woods calibre will have the opportunity ofI pardoning anybody TOE skunks in Breatbltt county are still making life miserable for Capt B J Ewen who dared to tell the A dispatch says be had to walk out of Campton Wolfe county where he was visiting his brother to Torrent a die tance of 22 miles In order to escape an assassin1 bullet He Is In receipt of a letter from Jackson saying that his enemies are determined to have bit life at any cost and that he will never live to see Curtis Jett hung THE sheriff of Kenton county must bo a small potato and few In the hill Because his side did not win In the democratic primary of Saturday he announces that ho Is a republican from now hence and will vote and work for Belknap for governor If he has any decency left bo will at once re sign the good office the democrats Glee ted him to but well wager he will never do it So long as we have charge of the Advocate Jt shall contlnuo as truly democrailo as If Jefferson were on the tripod Danvlllo Advocate OoodI There was a day when the Advocate was a power In democratic ranks land we are glad Indeedthat Editor fee Is placing it whore It was and where It should have been all the time POLITICAL Morgan county republicans will not nominate a candidate for Representa tive J L Manring of MIddlceboro Is the latest candidate to announce himself for Congress la the 11th Six thousand people heard Gov Beckbam Mr Harry and Congressman Ollle James speak at Bowling Green Mens Suits Boys Suiits Overcoats and Pants at any Old Price 20Sr008000 Suits closing out price 326 8700 Suits closing out prico u I 403 8800 Suits closing out price9t 020 1000 Suits closing out price 825 1260 Suits closing out priceur 000 1500 903- Mens 8100 Hatsr COo ltens 8125 lints tWo Mens 8160 Hats 80o Mens 8200 Hats OSo Mens 8260 Hats 148 Men s 8300 Hats A 110- 38Inch nll wool dress goods sold at COc closing out prlco 33o per yard 40inch black mohair regular CSo goods closing out prloo 41o por yard 40inch black mohair regular 8100 goods closing out price fiOo pur yard fr4 inch Broadcloth regular 8135 goods closing out prlco 93o per yard 26o dress goods reduced to ICs per yard 35c dross goods reduced to lOo per yard far as elsewhere to to closing LEVY S B DEVY Manager Democratic StioerincndrntolPubfic VREELAND OommoDweaUhi believe the- Importaoco the special the prove pardon truth Richard W Miller of Richmond will speak at Mu Vernon Saturday October 10- Marlon countys democracy was out In full force at Lebanon Wednesday to hear Gov Beckham and Messrs Harry Welsalnger and Matt ODoberty speak r Gov Beckham Issued a proclamation ordering an election to be held Nov 10 for Congree to fill the vacancy caused by the death of lIon Vincent Borelng After all what does It matter wheth er Belknap says be will or will not par don the Goebel assassins If he Is elected governor Ho bas no more chance of ever having the power than a snowball has of retaining Its shape In hades Lexington Demoorrt W J Seltx republican chairman of the Morgan and Wolfe district says the republicans will not call any con ventlon to nominate a candidate for the Legislature In that district as the democratic majority Is so largest would be useless to run a man The second largest crowd that ever assembled in Hardinsburg beard Gov Beckham Congressman Smith and Mesirs Harry Welsslnger and W P Thorne speak The crowd gathered early and the enthusiasm was unbounded Wellposted democrats stated that Brecklnrldeo county would give adem ocratic majority this fall although It was carried by Judge Guffy republi can over Judge Settle for appellate judgeAfter a lengthy conference at theI White House with memberstof the Ex ecutive Committee of the American Federation of Labor President Roose uelt Informed Mr Gompers and his as sociates that his decision not to dismiss Foreman Miller was final that the question of Millers personal fitness was alone to be considered and must bo settled In the regular routine of administration Ho declared that he could not take cognizance of the fact that Miller was or was not a union manA Somerset dispatch says A strong Beckbam club was organized befe with F J Campbell editor of the Sam erect Journal president The club will be 1600 strong by Friday Indi cations are that from 3000 to 5000 people will attend Beckham day here Oct 2 The chairman of the Judicial Die trlct Committee has arranged a call for a meeting of the committee Friday toI nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney The county chairman has called his committee for the of nominating candidates for Representative circuit clerk and coroner H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit GiveHim a Call FARM FOR SALE I I Tflll cell or rent my farm of toodd acres 10 acres for wheat about 20 acres for In 1001 and the balance In This farm 1s In a fine state of cultivation well orated and well watered with dwell nit of 6 rooms and t stock barn and i ill other necessary Ol1tbulldlnrJtood orch ard 2 good tenant Or rent to white or colored This II known Itbe Dr locker farm MARTIN McCORMAOK Tarnernllle Ky To The Farmers of Lincoln We will canbeansonshares on l2e- followingdsysWednsdayand Saturday String and snap them before delivering to factory Bring nothing but nice tender beans such n you would want to use in your own homes Let all come we can can for you KINGS MOUNTAIN JANNINCrCO A 8 PRICE Burgeon Denti- stetanfordKy OfflecoTsr UeBotwrUDrui Store In thi Owtlsjr Holldlof FARM WANTED I Wanted to rent a farm fee to 1M sere Improvement mutt tie fairly good and land must be In good farming condition Apply atthlioOlce R A JONESDENTIST 1 Stanford Ky Office over Iligglne A JfcKlnnoys Stori Telephone Na 91 DRPWCartere DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats d W Wallace Zt Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Sheers Wet Main Btreot Stanford Kontuoky HOME FOR SALE Nice cottage of four room eight acre of laud necessary out bullding barn Three tourtb of a mile from Stanford OP DutlonTllle pikeMRS DETTIE HABNETT Assignees Notice I Alt creditors of W L Evans are notified that I will at Huttonvllle receive claim against his estate properlyverlOed and proven as acquired by law per sons knowing themselves Indebted to W L Evan will please call and settle at once or their accounts will be placed In tho hands of an o nicer for collection OEO D WEATHKUFOHI Assignee W L Erant PUBLIC SALE l I will sell at public auction at tho old Chris Engleman farm near Rubble on WEDNESDAY OCT thl00l the following described property Houto hold and kltcheh furniture nlco sideboard largo Ice cheat good range 20 gallon lird furnaco and press all kinds of farming Im plements In good repair New Superior Disc now Itos Cutting Box now Disc Plow riding cultivator and other cultivators l1uckbourd and harness upon wagon and plow gear l good ewes 23 fut shout eight reglstergood Iwo yesr old maro mules I good walking horse 3 brood mares one In foul to yearlingjackjennets farmed for 250 about bales uf extra good hay lot of corn In Held lot of good mllkcowsseven yearllugcattlel reg pneumaUClulkyetcTER over that a credit till Jan 1001 Good negotiable note required W YOURRYI KyIM Jr- 1Corsets the Largest and Newest Stock in the City I35o Corsets closing out pricohi uoaw s illo GOo Corsets closing outpricoono on 38o jl Corsets uloilntr out price 490 100 Cori ct closing out prlco 73o- 12T Corsets oloslnjj out prcorhu y uiomtw mw S9o 160 CorsotM closing out prlco hhnh h lISo Blankets From the Cheapest to the Finest if6IOOo Blankets 104 closing out IriceuN kMnMM N V 4Bo 1IOQMM 400 UlnnkeU 104 closing out prlco Mn MMM 203 600 ninnkoVjS 104 closing out prlco MMMMnMM49t3 to make 90day rentout 1t GRAND LEADER Stanford Kentucky Prors iTHE BOSJVORTHI ALVERSON Representa exceedingly Welsslnger amount Withers Furniture Cov Doalors in Fine Furniture Carpets Rugs Wall Papor Window Slmdoflj tic Manufacturer of Picture Frames ti SEE f I 11Ourwith Fertilizer and Seed er attachments There 1 is none better t CEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky soot I Watches Of Quality For Ladies a- ndMeng T e t o1Jtcreditor beautifully engraved eas el containing reliable works to make perfect tme pieces y PRICES RIGHT W H MUELLER Stanford Ky ATISIItrElJi ir J CONTENTMENT greatertort I satisfied with t- heGROCERIESTbeyfobtaln yet I am constantly itrlrlrg to Improve the quality at the goods or In some other way to titter my storo or h withJfee Tbero is nothing llko them sold hero t goodleverything J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main Stanford Iy t t II C BAUGIDIAX C R McCoilMAOJC Baughman McCormack tc HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY seasessa We cordially Invite the people of West Lincoln to call in and tea our goods and give us a portion ol their patronage We have added largely to our itock of Groceries Hardware Furniture Ac and can please you In any line Oar prices are a little LOWER than the LOWEST Give us a call If THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u STAUFOIID KY OCT 2 1803 uu In ailing your prescriptions wo uio Iho right medicines In tbo exact proper llona and with proper caro We could nbl do boner If yon ut doublo the price wblch li always reasonable Pen cvsDruz Store PERSONALS Mns J 9 evJn li 11- 1MR E P WOODS U down with the rheumatism TilE tick aro all Improving wo arc r glad to state t0 REV R B MAUONY was at Brod bead Tuesday r REV P BIUBXTNEU went to Leban went to Lex logton Wednesday 1 Miss ELLEN BALLOU baa been very sick for several dayi Miss MAROARET SANDIDOK Is visit lag friends at Brodhead MISS Rose ALCOltN who has typhoid fI fever Is not to well B HARRIS of Crab Orchard Is buvlcR goods J R MOUNT of Covlngton Is 1OEO H J McRoberls J J COKNELlBON and family Louisville yesterday Miss MINNIE SINK Is visiting the MUses Carpenter at Perrvvlllo DR EJ BiiOWN went to Living Ion to see a patient Wednesday MR JOHN P JONES spent several I I days In Cincinnati buying goods r MISS MATTIE TIIOIINK of Bourbon Is with her sister Mrs L L Doty MR A H SEVERANCE and wife re turned to Aledo Texas yesterday MISS MARY HACKLEY Is studying art at the Cincinnati Art Academy MR GEORGE C OIVENS Is back fromt f Bourbon to look alter his farm here MRS ELIZA SLAIN and Mrs M E worn In Louisville this week EASTLAND of Louisville 1Welchseveral days with friends here AND MRS J S BACQHUAN have moved to hit parents for the win lerJAMBS I HAMILTON of Lancaster was here yesterday eq route to Mem phisMiss KMMA GAITS of Livingston Is Mrs R L Albright In the West Mod MHB HT PUNCH went to Taylors vilto Wednesday to see her brother whb Is very lit MRS A HVfiH and Mls Hmma IliiDQ of Columbia are spending theI week at Ousiaovllla- MIBS ANNA OOOK returned Tuesday cow a delightful visit to Miss Bdna Ramsey at Montlcello KLUKU C E POWMLL want to Lou Isvtlle yesterday to see his wife who i f Into an Infirmary there MRS MARTHA SlUlSON of Inde pendence Mo will arrive next week to visit Mrs H T Pence MR ROWAN SAUFLEY left Wednesday for West Point to work with tho soldier boys for two weeks JOHN OWBLBY REID has bad to give up his studies at Central University Danville on account of his eyes Mn AND MRS S H HELM of LID COlD are the guests of their daughter My 0 J Thurmond Advocate THE Ladles Aid Society will meaty Saturday afternoon at 330 In the lec ture room of the Christian church J H PEIILES and wife accompan- Ied Mr Green Lawrence and Miss Maggie Lawrence to Lebanon Tues dayJUNE Q REID of nustonvllle Is I running W C Pettus1 drug store at Crab Orchard while the latter If confined to his bed with typhoid fever MR GW KINO who has spent a year In Oklahoma was on Wednesdays train returning home lie says bo may move back to Lincoln county and we hope ho will- JODOB B F Moss of Plnevllle was hero Wednesday Bo bears the dis tinction of being the only prominent republican In the lltb district who Is not a candidate for Congress MR W P WALTON editor of the Lexington Democrat spent a portion of yesterday hero It was Mr Walton third visit to his old homo In two years and his Irlends were delighted to see him M F ELKIN State commander of Kolehtsot the Maccabees and who has lust become convalescent from a 1severe attack of fever loft yesterday a hor trip to Chicago In order to securo a change of climate upon the recommendation of his attending phy sician It Is to bo hoped that ho will be benefited by tho change and return thoroughly recuperated Lexington Democrat Mns ANNA D VANARSDALL Is here t from Stanford and says everything Is politics In Lincoln county and that the democrats ore confidently claiming that they will carry that county for flail and Hardln Mrs V Is one of the beet Informed women on political and our rent news of the day and while lobO re- pUblican candidate for circuit judlo a close warm frleudand a most admirable gentleman she Is for tr Mercers candidates and never falls to speak In their behalf when opportunity comes Harrodsburg Herald LOCALS SEE our lOo window Ferris Co CHICAGO typewriter for sale cheap This office I t j WATCH for A B Robertson Brae 1Id next Issue FatEsli nib Saturday Farris Co SEE J T Jones fine line of heating stoves tieforo you buy BKK us now for comforts fcnd blankets Severance Sons Y OCR city taXeesarm due Please CIyM8BLACK and Red t LeatherBolts are newest for girls Wo have them Soy erance is Sons LOST buggy rug lack one side and green on other Reward Col Lanham Stanford TILE Veranda Botel being beautl fled by a coat of paint and other improvements aro being trade onlybeenS Owsley Sr Walnut Flat MRS CARRIE NATION with her 111 tie hatchet will lecture at tho Dan yule court house tonight says the Ad vocate ALL prescription Intrusted tome will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig Rocker FALL UAISWo have mohair cloths silks and velvets for ladles and children wraps also McCalls paper patterns Scvercnco Sons WE cordially Invlto hepublic to attend our opening of fall and winter millinery Saturday Oct 3 Roar of poitolUco Misses Vandevoer 2t READ the advertisement of Baugb man McCormack Qustonvllle and give the young men composing the firm a portion of your patronage TILE bulbs sent Ulby Con gressman Gilbert did not near go and we have written for another box o so which wo hope will be hero soon EVERY dollar spent at Cummins Si McClarys entitles you to a chance on the 176 Davenport bed to bo given awajr by them Read their Advertise went Miss MAUOAHET INOLBS with her dramatic company will hold tbe boards at Aliorns Opera house Bustonvllle on Oet 14th and 16th with matinee on the loth- ArsK handling the Old Hickory wagon for five years wo have found a better wagon for the farmers for less money The Capital Call In and see them Carson fe Pence ALTOOPERAW OUBawill open the present season on Thursday night Oct 8 with the splendid four act drams Tbe New Railroad Jack This show comes highly recommended by press and public and a largo crowd will doubtless gather at our opera house lo see It PARENTS dbe careful not to leave poisonous medicines where chil dren can get hold of them At Car rolton Tuesday tho twoyear old son a John Thompson died from drinking carbolic acid while alOwlngsvllle lobo same day the 16monthsold baby of James Gregory died from tho effects of eating camphor and opium pills Th babys mother bad left the box on the floor and the child found lt As will be seen by a glance at their advertisement the Grand Leader will be no more alter Jan 1 Messrs Levy have decided to close up their Dullness here and the bargains they will offer In their effort to do so quickly will be rare Indeed Mr S B Levy who has managed the business here will tak the assistant management of Davidson Bros big department storo at Slou City Iowa and Mr Abrams and fam- Ily will move either to Versailles or Louisville Wo are sorry to lose such good people WHISTLING ROKUB DEAD Whist ling Rufus the sweet singing mocking bird Is dead and his owner John No vlus Is Inconsolable Whistling Rufus will havo tbe most decent burial ot any bird that ever died In Stanford but the date of tho Important occasion has not yet boon set At present the ro malnl are lying In state In J C Mc Olarys undertaking establishment In a little white coDln made by Mr Novius The coflin Is trimmed In white satin and on the lid Is a sliver label bearing the words Our Darling IT has stated In theao columns boforo that In tho event the bonds aro voted to build a now courthouse It will not bo necessary to raise tho county levy This Is duo to the fact that tbe county has within flvo years paid off 114000 of the county debt onethird of which was 0 per cent bonds and the levy virtually the same as at present It la therefore perfectly apparent that with twice the time within which to pay a less sum the amount of taxable property always Increasing bonds bearing a lose rato of Interest there can bo no necessity of Increasing the rate of taxation In other words I t will not require a greater county levy to pay off 8 10000 of courthouse bonds In 12 years than It did to pay off 814 000 of turnpike bonds In five years Tbo same rato In the next five yeara ought to raise the same amount of revenue that it did last five the amount of tax able property being no less FRESH oysters at H D Campbell Tim Court of will Tuet day WHOOP IBrlol us your eggs nt 17c Severance Sons THREE show carts for sale W M Craig Pharmacist ATTEND W Y ryssale near Hubble next Wednesday 7th MY winter lap robes are In Jet your choice now J C McClary MRS CLEO BROWN will bavo on die play Saturday Oct 3d a beautiful line of pattern bate and cordially Invites Iho ladles to attend WE will have our opening of fan and winter millinery Saturday next You aro cordially Invited to call in and see our goods Misses Straub LOST Between tho Lancaster waterworks and Stanford a broadtread wagon tire hind wheel Finder please no tify Al G Huffman Stanford NOTICE All claims against the City of Stanford must bo filed each month three days before each regular meeting of the oily council with the Fi nance Committee composed of bL D Elmore and Cicero Reynolds L R Hughes city clerk DR CHAJILBS P HARVIELLE of St Louts Is opening up an office for tbo practice of medicine over Center Companys store in the rooms former ly occupied by Roehrs ft Schafer Dr larvtello Is a soninlaw of Dr Steele Bailey of Stanford and will move herewith his family In a day or two taking rooms temporarily at Miss Mcsslcks on Fourth Street Dr Harvielle has been practicing several years In the hospitals and In the city of St Louis riand comes to this city recommended highly as an excellent practition rarAdvocate AT a meeting ot the directors of tbe Cumberland Valley Land Co held here yesterday Mr J S Rocker was elected president to succeed Hon Via cent forcing deceased Mr Hocker was alto retained as secretary and treasurer Dr J S Blogbam of Pine vllle was elected director In Mr Bore logs place Highly eulogistic resolu Lions of tho dead passed by the board and prelldeoLroro In this paper as soon as copy Is furnished us The directors present wero Messrs James W Fox Jr J W Hoyden W P Walton J A Craft ForcslusRcId J S Hocker IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Walter Westerflelds dwelling near Parksvllle burned and f10 In cash went up In tho flames Will Hart who formerly ran the Brlnkley Hotel at Somerset has teased the Reed Hotel at Lexington John Aoarn and Thomas Marsb were burned to death as the result ot an ex plosion of gal at an oil well In Wayne county totthat excellent young businessman Mr Jesse W Embry Orvllle Ellis a Cincinnati negro was given four years In the penitentiary AbeleTbe jury in the case of James Hock er against the Cincinnati Southern railway which has occupied the alien tier ol the Boyle clrcuitcourt trued to agree Hooker was hurt while brak ing on that road Judge Saufley handed down an Im portaot decision touching the question of securing the Southern extension from Harrodsburg to Danville It Is most favorable to the extension and elatedeEll Coffey a farmer of Rookcaslle secondxseed 91000 In the circuit court for breach of promise Miss Mattie Crouch er egad 21 year Is tho plaintiff President W L Graddy of Wood ford R J Fltnck of Louisville and Woods Walker ot Garrard county tbe committee appointed for the purpose hays Now Haven Nelson county as the place for holding the an nual meet of the National Fox Hunt era Association beginning Nov 30 Robert R West law clerk In the of flee of the Auditor of the Interior Do partment has been tendered by Public Printer Palmer the position of Auditor for tbo Government Ho has accepted tbo position and will shortly enter upon the discharge of the duties of his now position Mr West used to live In Lancnttcr and was cor respondcni for this paper for several years MATRIMONIAL J T OMearv of Jelllco and Miss Isabella McGuffy of this county were heart and hand at Mr Ansel laughs Tuesday Gilbert Reynolds of Laurel a wid ower of 55 and Mrs Martha Hilton of the Rowland vicinity were married at the brides homo yesterday Miss Susie IdgoOwoneboro la dying from a doao ot laudanum tier sweetheart failed to keep an engage moat with her and she grew despond cat ITbo three Van Wormer brothers wero hanged at Danncmora N Y for the murder of their uncle In the olecilon on the local option question at Irvington the dry won by 62 votes MagoffinIClinton county Is to have a now 110 000 all London voted for water work 143 to eight CHURCH MATTERS The protracted meeting at the Bap Speocercounty thelBaptistChristians Inheritance No servi nee at night Robert M Hopkins State Sunday school evangelist will hold an Institute bUlldInll0 and 7 Everybody Invited and urged lo comeRev J L Owens preached his faro well sermon at Flat Lick church Sun day to a largo and attentive audience administering the ordinance of baptism cooolullonchurch by baptism during his pastor alo Somerset Journal Broke Into His House- S Leo Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbedof his customary health by lava lion of chronic constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25o at all drug stores NOTICE byNayder fn dayOEOnOEAftslgneo W L Evans Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture Special attention given to the development Iroductlonture Pantomimic work etc Studio at res idence Main Street TREES BY THE MILLION FALL 1903 Fruit and ornamental grape Tines small frUit evergreens rhubarb asparagus and everything tor orchard lawn and planterlloth SONSIProduct And Poultry Wanted I I dcstro to buy your Eggs Poultry nod all kinds of Country Produce Illdei Feathers Dringthemford Ky NOUTUCOTt k THOMAS J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Hates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal LUTES BOONE a CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persona wishing to buy or tell farms will do well to see us We have a number of line Lincoln And adjoining countY farms for sale and will be pleated to show anyone LiveryStable PUBLIC SALE I On tho Squlro John Bailey farm 212 miles from Turnenvllle I will sell on SATURDAY OCTOBER 10TH At public auction the following described property to win Two work Gorses one milk cow three calves six 800pound helten 12 long yearling steers one new surrey one bucKboard one spring wagon one borae wagon one new set of buggy harness and one old set set of wagon harness one good rIOIonenumerous to mention 10 bushels of bill one lone household and kitchen furniture Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock x Terms made known on day of sale W A ORUBBS J P Chandler Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at the E D Kennedy farm two miles west of McKln nev on TUESDAY OCT 13 1003 The following described propertvi One 7yearold mule 2yearold mules tame horse saddle horse 40 hogs 2 milk cows good bull 3 helten Household and kitchen furniture Including a new sewing machine Good portion of the furniture 1s new and all Is In good repair 30 acres of corn In field and a lot of hay gad two plowsharnessharness and wagon harness Terms made known on dav of sale Sale beglbe It 0 xi W Ii TANNER McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE Of Personal Property Raving sold my farm will sell at public auction on TUESDAY OOTOBKK 13th My personal of mules horses cattle and seep lox extra good young owes 5 bucks turned together In August Oood carriage buggy and buck board Farming Implements Confuting of binder 2 mowers Thomas hay rake Disc harrow 9 Doable A harrow 3 cultivators 3 double shovel plows corn planter 2 two home wagons one bo Ing now buggy and carriage harness Also a lot o- fHousehold and Kitchen Furnl niture In fact everything used In farming and housekeeping soil 1 pony harness and trap for children Sale to begin promptly at 10 oclock on the premises halfway between Stanford and Terms made known on day of Sale OfUemember the dateTuesday Oct I3tb- TOItIMtTOALJ TD English Auctioneer FREE I 7500 Davenport Bed to be given away One ticket with every 100 purchase Buy goods of us You get your moneys worth and the ticket besides pew Cummins a McClary H HERE THEY ARE The best the market affords Look them over and sea who can equal them Hocker Bootees 85 Manse Shoes 1360 to 15 Ed elens Standard rubber lined boot absolutely water proof 8460 Edolens Water King high top rubber lined shoo 63 Edelena EdeIi tens Level Best school shoe and Honest Mike school shoe f185 and 12 Ultra the queen of women nhoec 1350 Brockport made bjr the Ultra people 13 This is the CREAM of our stock Wo have many cheaper grades in good quslity and style easwesaaasa Terms Cash HJ MR berts DRESS GOODS We have just placed on sale the large est assortment of New Fall Dress Goods we have ever shown All the new weaves and rice Fall shades in Broadcloths Zibi lines Bourells Novelty Tweed Mixtures Meltons Kerseys Prunellas Ac New Mohair Velvet and Silk for Fall wraps t TRIMMINGS t We have all the new things in Trim wings Medallions Ornaments Bands Chiffon Applique Ecruo Oluneys Persian Buttons tc McCall Patterns + We carry them in stock also order ex tras Subscribe for McCalls Magazine Only 50c a year and a free pattern Free Ask for a fashion pl- ateSEVERANCE SON UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves I II See Hot Blast a TubeIn Door We have a complete line of Cast Kangen Cook and Heating Sieves of all grade and at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT JRt CO THEINTERIORIOORNA Mnlered n the post odiee el Stanford al Kndclau matter wrtb1 dTtd3r sad avaA-T 1 PER YEAR CASH Whaat sopttdm3OO will echarct4 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION M Train tolni North b46 asto toM m Soath MM1217 am 1011 MM12 p m FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more years J n OWSLEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open ell the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con ultatlon Board and nursing ahall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bill due when services are rendered and must tM paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS andRecovered and reps made almost as good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial ttusit ATKIKS Stanford ice TraHlort DEALIIIS IS WHISK Brandu Wines Beer Etci KY Olaato Depot Prompt an1 pollU attention Nothing but the ben to drink Mill phon er telegraph receive I prompt attention f J D WearenInSUranG6 InsuranccJFire and Tornado Represents The Home of New tho largest in the world Assets 118 71063512 Surplus 18 regards pol cy holders f9 43605869 Farm property In Casey Garrard and coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky II R B Mahony Insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners In the counties incoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but tho and best OldLlne Com i panics represented and the low rat poflible tales are guaranteed Phone o- 2Stanford Kentucky For Lift or Accident Insurance apply to r Charles E Powell Office N W Car Myers Hotel Building Floor Stanford companies but only Equitable strongest Indcombination Disabili the Fidelity dt Casual I ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness cj I Miss Ida M Snyder Trcnsurrr of the Brooklyn Eat End Art Club If women would more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and they wouldobserve results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not t perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting wltfrmy druggist he advised Wine of Cardut nd Thed fords BlackDraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with tutored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardni is aregulatorofthe- menstrual function and is a most as tonishing tonio for women It cures scanty ressed too frequent irreg I ular pamfulmenstruation falling Itrwoman- hood during pregnancy after child birth in change of life It Ire quently brings a dear baby to homes that have n barren All druggists Lava 100 bottles of Wine of WINEofCARDUI HAIR BALSAM CI tmntlflri th biifc rrothNearfJlorCunaoindIwt r nirtfu For Sale or Rent I My house end lot of 10 acres X mile trom Ilnstonvlllo on Uujtonvlllo k Hradford vllle Turnpike Improvements all For particulars see Rose lIuI tonvllle Ky MUS ELLA S ROSE NEW LIVERY STABLES W Dtn1tE k SON Prole JUNCTION CITY KI rint01a Turnouts tt Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Bale PUBLIC SALE OF A LivetockropPer sonalty c Having sold my farm Iwillatm residence 1 mile West of Camp Dick Robinson in Garrard county K- yFri4ayOcU6tlij 1903 Expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder all of my LIVE STOCK OOPS PSRSONA6 TIct Consisting of the following 100 head ot Cattle CO head of horses andI mules 50 head of hogs The above stock consists of 12 headof 1100 pound feeding cattle 8 head of yearling cattle 30 head of milk cows 12 head Polled Angus heifers 1 Polled Angus bull 10 beadof butcher cat tie 20 head of calves Hdrses and Mules Fifteen head extra yearling mules 8 head of extra work mules5 to 7 years old 0 head of 2yearold mules 5 mule colts 1 pony mare and colt 4 jennets 12 head of Brood Mares including dam of GYPSY QUEEN with colt at her side which is a full brother of Gypsy Queen ELLA C with colt at her side by Montgomery Chief and several other fine bred sad die mares and good producers also several nice driving mares and geldings LADY LAWSON the fine 2 yearold a full sister of Gypsy Queen One 3YEAROLD FILLY by Al liewood very fast Farming Implements as follows Four 2horso wagons 3 corn planters 2 binders 2 mowers 1 drill 30 Hemp Brakes Two hay rakes 1 tobacco setter 10 000 tobacco sticks plows harness l c ot all kinds Also Vehicles Consisting of 1 carriage with pole and double harness 3 buggies 1 dump cart Saddles bridles and single liar ness Also one full sot of blacksmith tools and the following CROPS 150 barrels of old corn 50 tons of timothy hay 20 tons of oats 25ncyes of growing corn 16 acres of hemp in shock 1 acres of sorghum in shock 10 acres of tobacco Jn barn 225 bushels of extra seed wheat of late importation Household Furniture All my household furniture consisting of several bedroom sets 1 set lining room furniture 1 Eilvcrchimcs organ carpets chairs Ac of every lescription Terms Made Known Day of Sale C3TSale to begin promptly at 0 I M DUNNOa- kland Stock Farm- DANVILLE KY a f ascsw IN THE ESTIMATION OP OUR BEST tf PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL Of ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION Iryons Laxative SyrupIs trade of Cascara Sigrad4 and other drugs that ate equally u beneficial In the treatment of indigestion biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles irking from constipation VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE 25 and Dottle Ask your Druggist For Salo at Pennys Drug Store REPUBLICANS VIOLATE LAWS TO GET CAMPAIGN FUNDS Federal Employees Assessed In Large Cities In Effort To Elect Belknap In their desperate efforts to give Belknap a big vote In Louisville Lex Ingtoo Coviogton and other of the larger cities In the State Federal em ployees are being assessed by the republican machine In violation of the laws of the United States A circular letter requesting In poll terms contribution to the campaljj fund but none the less concise and to the point has been sent out by the republican campaign committees These letters were mailed to rcpub leans In general who It was though might contrlbnte to the fund but to the Internal revenue employees In pat titular from whom the committee bas all along calculated upon raising 110 000 or more In Louisville Alone It la a direct and grave violation of the civil service laws for any Government official to solicit money from an other Government official to be used for political purposes It Is llkewls an Infraction of civil service law for any one to solicit funds from a Govern ment official to be used for politics purposes while that Government ail del is about the discharge of his duo ties In his own office or any other office ownedor occupied by the Government In the Internal Revenue Departmen of the 5th district aro employed abou 250 storekeeper guagersand storekcep ere and guagera They receive sala rles ranging from Ells to 170 a month though the average Is jrom 185 to 190 a month From tIme Immemorial sc long as the republican party has coo trolled the national administration thts corps of storekeepers and guageri has beet looked upon as a valuable suet when It came to raising money for campaign purposes For this campaign the word bas beoc passed along from the campaign com mltteo that a donation of 150 from the storekeepers and guagers who have regular assignments and steady work will be appreciated and from those who have not regular work but only servo during the busy seasons dona lions ranging from 123 to 140 would be gladly received Hundreds of strange Negroes have also appeared In Louisville Lexington CovlD ton Paducah and elsewhere They have been Imported from Tennes see Ohio and Indiana to the smaller towns In Kentucky The republican will make an effort to register them at legal voters By this method they hope to pad tbo registration and thus pad the vote on election day for the republican State ticket X Y Z HUBBLE Corn brought 1260 at John Crutch Qelds sale J A Hammond Is In Cincinnati buying goods- J O Eubanks has returned from a visit In Illinois A P Sloan and John Cbrlstman are feedIng some hogs at Co Water la scarcer in this community has It has been for years John Robinson bought some 1200 sound cattle of C O Cover at 13 85 E A White and wife of Wllmorc vllhed R L White and family last weak Mleaes Sallle and Jennie ChrIstman d Somerset were guests of Mn J N hrlstman last week On account of his meeting at North llddletowo Eld F M Tinder will not nit his appointment at the Chris lea church Sunday Andy Spoonamore will have bis sale Oct 14 and Wm Curry OCt 7 prepar tory to going to Kansas for their ture homo R L HubGlo has returned from the State fair Do GoodIt Pays A Cblcauo man has observed that Good deeds are better than real estate leads some of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You can not possibly lose by it Most men appre late a kind word and encouragement sore than substantial help There are persons in this community who might trutbfulYlayliMy good friendcheer up A few dosea of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rjd you of your cold and there Is no danger whatever from ineumonia when you use that medicine It always cures I know it for it has helped me out many a time Sold by W N ralg Sir Michael Herbert British Arabas ador to the United States Is dead A Love Letter Would not interest you It youre look Ing for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Plies Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklen Arnica Salvo cured me Its the bw Salve on earth 25c at all drug store Secretary of tho Navy Moody has au thorized the discontinuance of the rule prohibiting smoking at the Naval Academy as tars It applies to mem bare of the first class He believe they aro old enough to bo relieved of such a restriction Elijah Bolln charged with killing Boyd Griffith In Brcathltt county took morphine In the Jackson jail and died from its effects Tho drug WM given him by bis brother who has disap pearedPresident L L Dorsey of the State Fair Association denies the charge of mismanagement made by the Owensbo ro guarantors He says the guarantors will probably be called upon lor 110 500 PUBLIC SALE I residence mileAt my North of 0 K and four South of Krlger Lincoln county I will offer for sale on- SATURDAY OCTODER 3 1991 To the highest bidder tho following proper ty Farm of n Crt and bat- a fine apple and peach orchard on It An other farm of about 40 acres with bulldlnfn and n good spring Also another tract of 39 acres with good spring Nine acres of corn some millet bay oaU straw 00 bushels of potatoes 45 bushel oats good nineyear old work burse oee horse wagon and bar nesgoa milk cow jearllog heifer steer calf eleyen hogs neW 3 mill fodder cotter tool apple newew log machine household and kitchen furol tore etc Terms land onethird cash In hand remaining In one two and three years time other cash In band KNZV8 KASPERKIT J G MCCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd UABNESS SADBLXBY aC Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheHeartDleeasetlravelDropsy CURE Dont become discouraged There Is care for you If mccMury write lr rennet lie lias spent a life tlmii curing Just suck cases ILIIOUra All consultations ree A gravel lodged In my bladder Aflci uslnpra few bottles of Tenners Rhine and llackaclio I a half at terse as a marble The medicine prevented further formations I was cured- WTOAKES OrrUVa DruuIts MI fl Ask for Cook RookFree ST VITUS DANCE Pure Cure Circular 11 runner PrcdonlaNY J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 1LSODM1LSXIIM rarultarcMattingsRugsthey kinds of Stock them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON STAKES 100000PURSES October6th to 17th 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 3000 Tennessee y 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Em Offered Half Rates on all Railroads R C ESTILL President 0 W SMANKLIN Secretary National- BankOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Initttutlon was d u the Deposit Rank of Stanford In 1151 then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford tn 1865 and again reorltaolaed u the Pint National Italic of Stanford In 1112 having had practically an uninter rupted eititenee It It boner supplied now with faculties for transact laR business promptly and well than ever- before In Itlloug honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratloos Solicited t Officers J1 McRODEKTS Obr W H WEAKEN Bk- prDireotors f Reid 8 T Harris StanfordCi B hocks Stanford W P Walton Lexington B H Ranchman StanfordtT P Hill J- Jas Bobtnion Hobble if J II lUncbaaa Stanford W P Tate Stanford J FOR Grand 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