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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f SEMI= INTERIOR JOURNALn mn 1VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 6 1903 8 A M NO 63 SOMERSET I Alter a prolonged stay In the bluo grave section your correspondent ii once moro at home Upon our return to Somerset we found that the olty bad outgrown ui over 100 houses having been completed end others receiving the click and clatter of busy hammers 7 from early morn to dewey eve In no place In oil our rambles have we found r o much push and enterprise as right hero In this growing little city It was source of deep gratification to observe the iplrlt that pervaded the place on Beclcham day Not no event occurred to mar the pleasure of the oc castor He was tendered a roil ova Lion the parade of a mile In length be tlog orderly and patriotic Upon reaching the nigh School building there were 400 pupil to give cordial greet log and after thanking them for their kindly notice the Governor presented a very sweet helpful hopeful speech telling them to whatever political party they might belong they should re member that they are citizens of this grand old Commonwealth the greatest In the Union and they had reasons to be proud ot this beautiful mountain Icountry Qa addressed a largo audl once the Opera house at 11f M and was tendered a fine reception at night Ho most certainly made a Rood Im pression hero Many availed thorn salves of the opportunity to glvo him a warm grasp of the hand The weather continue warm and dry here a light shower only having laid the dust previous to Ueckham day The different churches are now pre paring for a series of receptions and entertainment In the near future J The Suadayscljool pupil weredellght 1 fully entertained at the Christian church Friday night cakes and ices be lag served A quiet little wedding ceremony was 1performed at the residence of the pas Christian church O P Mc Mahon Friday afternoon after which the groom and bride Mr and Mrs I Orme left to enjoy their honeymoon In Teoncnco Resolutions of Rospoot IWUEnrs It has pleated toe Om of all things to remove from tblt world rod from the society of those who love him our friend and as ioolate the Hon Vincent Dorelng we the Director of the Cumberland Val ley Land Company of which at the time of hl decease bo was tbo President feel that we should oRlolallv ex press our recognition of the ability and Meltty with which be discharged the f duties of that position and of tboccur test and consideration ho Invariably extended to his colleagues and to all those with whom business relation brought him In contact We with also to testily to his many excellent and admirable traits of character and tr gratefully acknowledge our apprecia tion of the friendly services which we + as all other to fortunate as to be t n any wise associated with him received b at his hands- Therefore be It reiplyod that In the death of the lion Vincent Bcrelng we deplore tbo loss of a man who la hi public end private life benefited and honored the community of which ha was a citizen who In all the vocation In which during his busy and useful career ho was engaged faithfully ob manfulp ceived the approbation and endorse meet of his people for services render od his country and deserved and won brIcherished and preserved long after the t grave bill closed over his mortal reo njtlns RESOLVED That copies of those res olution bo recorded la the minutes of the Company and be tent to his family and that they be printed In the INTE RIOR JOURNAL Mountain Echo tho Mountain Democrat CourierJournal I Lexington Democrat nod Loulivlllo 4t Herald J S DOCKER Seoy Gained 40 Pounds In 30 Days For several month our younger brother been troubled with Indigestion He tiled several remedies but got n benefit from them Wo earn- of Chamberlains Stomachand Tablets and he commenced taking them Inltde of 30 days ho had gained 40 pounds in flesh lie Is now fully recovered YeIt have a good trade on the Tablets Hot iTjVBiio Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by W N Craig Jt To all who have apokcn to the Presi dent In opposition to the proposed o tra session of Congress ho hat declared that good faith demands that th letilon bo held as the country stands committed to the proposition t- hatt the Cuban reciprocity treaty bo mado cf fectlvo at moment The call ho says will bo issued A violent earthquake shock laetia 20 seconds was felt in St Louie an the sunken lands of Mlisourl LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Gentle pony for Bale J C McCla ry Stanford W A flail told to W H Shank 17 05 pound shoat at 60 Fat heifer will weigh 800 pound for tale W A Fowlo Rowland Dr 0 P Wheeler bought 10 young jacks in Simpson county for 13000 Blue Grass Seed for tale home strip ped Dank Hudson Lancaster Ky John Stephenson told to Richard Gentry 17 1305pound cattle at 440 W B MoKlnney sold to Judge M J I Most of Pioevllle a Jersey cow for 150Jockey Wm Shea Injured In a race at the Delmar track died of his inju rle Dick Gentry bought of F Reid for Nelson Morris 45 cattle at 4o Advocate Lou Dillon and Prince Alert have ar rived In Lexington and Major Delmar is expected today- D N Prowitt of Boyle bought 200 hogs of O T Black and others averaging 180 pounds at 60 James Woods bought of S T Herds 31 110 to 200pound hog at Sic and ofi It W Stlgall 200pounder at file Hermls at the prohibitive odds of 1I to 5 in the betting wa defeated in the first race at Morris Park by Mamie WorthOf worlds bay crop the United State grow 28000000 pounds This It about halt as much as Germany and two thlyds as much a England A red yearling steer came to my place several days ago Owner can get tame by paying for his keep and this notice K L Tanner McKlnnoy A black sow came to my place two weeks ago weighs about 100 pounds Owner can get tame by paying for her keep and this notice G L Sudduth Gilbert Oreek- Independenttobaeco buyers in the Oweotboro district are alarmed over the situation brought about by the operations of the American Tobacco Com puny and the Imperial Oweniboro strip dealer have 100000 bogihead of unsold tobacco in London and Liver pool Some of them will bo forced out of business MATRIMONIAL Randolph Beard and Miss White both of near Eunice Casey county were married last week Miss Ruth Baird Bryan daughter ot William Jennings Bryan and William Homer Leavllt ot Newport R I were married at Fairview the country home of her parent near Lincoln Neb Fenney R Stumpff aged 70 is tbo tirst mar corrected of perjury In the effort of the Indiana authorities to break up matrimonial tearing in Jot fortonvillo Ho was given from two too fourteen years in the Icdlana State prison Friend and relatives of the contract lOll parties are Invited to witness tho marriage of Miss Sara Wood Lyon the handsome daughter ot Mr and Mu James E Lynn to Mr W Logan Wood of Danville at the Methodist church la Stanford at 10 A M Wed nesday Oct 21 A GREAT deal of attention and Inter est le being centered on tbo announce ment of tbo coming of Railroad Jack It U claimed to be one of the mot eaI atlonal and laughable production traveling The company carries what le known as the black maned South African Lion the most ferocious spa cles ot the king of besets Duke aa ho In called occupies ono of the most Im portant part on the program The company carries 23 people culled from the cream of the profession Each member is engaged for his or her troll known ability to portray the part called for Tbo company carries all special scenery consisting of trick fences gates garden walls etc Rail road Jack will appear at Walton Opera House Stanford on Thursday night Oct CHURCH MATTERS Ilsv051IIuev loll yesterday for Mlddlesboro whore ho will hold a meetingEld G Livingston closed a meet 30erTbo meeting at the Christian continues to grow In Interest and there have been a dozen or moro confessions will continuo until further notice EI Panoonl a deep thinker and a good speaker and hIs sermons bro be log greatly enjoyed Capt Ed Parker candidate for the republlcn nomination for Congress 10 chargx op orated against his interests Ho base wired Gov Beckbam asking that the special election be eat for a date later than November 10 tbo time fixed b the Governor For a pleasant physic take Chamber EUliW N Craig r NEWS NOTES Dr H H Mllllkin an aged physi clan of Bowling Green la dead coua11LrylsMinnie Britt was given a death see tence for killing Louis also colored In LoulnllleIBen S Thomas secretary of tboc Mauray Teen fair was stricken with heart failure and died on the ground Ignatz H Klenent of Olypbant Pas a widower because he pointed a iunI he did not know was loaded at hls wifeA tornado demolished the town ofI St Charles Mien killing ilx persons Injuring many other and destroying 100I Tucker a Now York seamstress starved to death because she was too proud to accept food for which the could not pay Mr John Bean of MltcheUtyllle N Yt aged 05 her daughter and granddaughter simultaneously became the mother of twine Notice has been served of a readjust meat of wages in the Carnegie mill at Homestead on Jan lat The workmen expect a decrease Won Lung a Boston Chinaman dressed blmielf In a coat of mall and killed one of his countrymen and wounded two others Yellow fever conditions at Laredo Texas continue to Improve and the weather II favorable to an early tamp lOll out of the disease- E W Shanklln secretary of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association died suddenly of apoplexy In his office at Lexington Jonas Bullab of Scottsburg led has made six effort to kill himself but till lives He says he will end his ox tstence If It take all winter Seven persons were killed and prop erty worth 1100000 was destroyed by en explosion at tbo distillery plant of the Corning distillery at Peoria 111 Anna Eans aged 12 who was placed la a childrens borne at Terre Haute lad escaped walked to Clinton and committed suicide by drinking carbol- Ic acidR Burdlne a member of the Louisville Boat Club was stabbed and andeother members of tho Boat Club had an altercationArthur brother of the late Gov Wm Goebel Is in New York o the purpose ot Inspecting a model of the statute to be erected to the latter s memory at Frankfort Joseph Splvey a Kentuckian we strung up twice by a mob at Oxford 0 but was rescued before they hanged him Ho stetted a street riot which four persons were Injured President John Mitchell of the Uni ted Mine Workers who has just re turned to Indianapolis says the COlt miring labor situation In this country la the most peaceful In Its history Fire out of seven children in the lam ily of Dental Keno of Three Ky have died during the tfut two months of typhoid laver The father mother and two remaining children are 11- 1The seven and fiveyear old eons o Benton Wright in Litcher county were probably fatally wounded by the accidental discharge of a gun with which they were playing during their tethers absence Turks are said to have massacrede saliva population of the Macedonian town of Mehomla with the exception of ten persons who escaped Mohomla was an Important centre with a Bulge rian population of 3200 The State Auditor office charges W H Culton the Goebel witness wit forging witness claims to too amount of 11000 Ho bought too claim of tho witnesses In the last Powers trial for lOoO and raised them to 82760 22 Steamship agents are determined to break the levee labor tleup at New Or lease An agent has started north to secure 2500 laborers Fourteen big ships are now Idle at the wharves with 20000 bales of cotton on the ban ready for shipment An attempt mado by Dr Frederick A Cook of Brooklyn the wellknown explorer to seals the Mount MoKln loy In Alaska has felled Dr Cook othehr varsity student have left the city Gov James H Peabody of Colorado was made defendant In two suite at Cripple Crook for 100000 each filed by Patrick H Mullaney and Thomas H Foster union miners wh were arrested by military ofllcera and lator released by habeas corpus pro ceedings A Frankfort dispatch sayr that Stat School Superintendent McCbesnoy year terday drew a warrant on the Treasury for 1313000 In layer of the country school teachers of the State and tbo money will be distributed to them with in the next few days This la too first 20 per cent due the teachers in the country districts I i i LANCASTER A 140 gold watch was stolen from Beetle Saturday afternoon while attending the lecture of Carrie Nation The political situation In this county encouraging and the democrat ex to carry the county by a largo ma jority The marriage of Luther Burdett to Miss Mary Murphy and C B Cotton Mli Ora Cobb took place last Thurs In the courthouse Hon it H Tomllnson was called to Lexington by the death of his sister Miss Betty Tomllnson He came with the romaine to Danvlllo where they wore Interred The Joseph Mercantile Company has opened up In the building recently oc cupied by the Nathan Plaut Co of Cln jBledive appearance Tne show windows In dicate tnelr handsome stock of goods all of the latest style Soaperleaveenters the Conservatory of Music as a pupil and Miss Soaper will board In the Conservatory with her Miss Ward possesses a beautiful voice and her frIend expect a great deal of It after instruction In this Institution Mr John flays sold his farm of 140 acres to Mr John Meadow of Whitley county for 83500 The people of that vicinity are glad to have Mr Meadow as be la one of the most pros perous citizens of WhItley county Mr lays la a prominent member of the bar and we are glad to have him and his family bore- Marsnal Denny left Wednesday to enter the Louisville Dental CollegeJ Mrs Kauffman entertained dinner party Wednesday evening to celebrate the birthdays of Miss Loullei rCauffman and Miss Van Richmond Jerry Respess la visiting his family They will return with him in a few days to Elklns N 0 to spend the winter Mrs Carrie Nation Is visiting her brother Mr Tom Moore of Bryants vllle She attended the convention Saturday afternoon but being urged to ipeak one went to the court house and spoke to a packed house although the convention was stilt In session and the Christian church well filled with peo pie Saturday evening after the contest Mr Nation gave a free lecture subject A Home Defender She carries with her for sale a pin In the form of a mlnature batcnet the proceeds of which go to the erection ot a homo for drunkards wives in Kansas Mrs Laura B Clay of Lexington U the guest of Prof Mannlx during the convention She poke Saturday after noon on WomanSuffrage Mr Beau champ State president of the W O T U U the guest of Mr James Kln nalrd Col George W Bain of Lou isville the well known temperance ad vocals Is with Mayor Klnnalrd during convention week Ho will speak Sun- r day afternoon and Monday evening Mesdames Woodcock and Hoge of Danville Mr Wright end Mrs Luella MoWblrtor State president of Indi CovloltIIRoberta during the convention The Dcmoreat Gold Medal contest was hold IISaturdayevealnlt In the courthouse contestants were Misses Lottie Smart and Sara Greene of Louisville Miss Adams of Nlcholasvllle Miss Louise White of Lexington Miss Mao Robinson of Garrard Each of these young ladles acquitted herself with much credit but Miss Louise White wa the winner of tbo handsome medal While the judee wore making I moost finished style During the evening Miss Llllle Leavell the sweet singe from Lower Garrard honored the au dience with a solo that was heartily AroerMrs Henry Clay Jennings As No 11 was pulling out from the Lancaster depot Billy Darst the gentlemanly and clever flagman went to swing onto the middle coach aa la his custom after helping passengers off and giving the engineer the signal t start and just at that time some idiot who bad no business on the train start ed to jump off at the same steps Tho fellow knocked Mr Darer from his grip on thGSiand holds and too clever flag thetand grabbed at the hind coach but the train had gained such headway he wa dragged some dlatanco before freeio himself and falling to the ground Lancaster Record Ran A Ton Penny Nail Through His Hand cWhile opening a box J C Mount of Tbreo Mile Bay NY ran a ten penny nail through too fleshy part of his hand I thought at onco of all the pain an soreness this would cause mo ho says and Immediately applied Chamberlains rain Balm and occasibnally afterwards To my surprise It removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For salo by W N Craig DTbe Associated Press vouchsafes toe Information to an anxious world that President Roosevelt has just had- e a siege with a dentist and that his molars are now In complete repair Ware fast becoming a nation of toadies when such things are supposed to bn worth telegraphing and printing Col Leonldas William Spratt who was ooo of the surviving members of the South Carolina accession conven flea died at Jacksonville Fla Former Postmaster General Wilson S Dlesell la reported to be dangerous ly of Internal cancer at his home in Buffalo N yI At Waltons Opera House The funniest show on earth RAILROAD JACK Tv THURSDAY NIGHT OCT 8 1903VDrama in Four Acts 22 people in the cast 22 The tramp See theexplosion of Dawson Switch The circus train The tornado scene 12 big spe youngladytramp Done in full view of the audience Lion on exhibition day of show FALL CLOTHES I For Men and Boysr ssSsw tOur New Stock is now on the counters ready tIn variety and beauty of pattern it is a little t better than usual we think t Prices no higher than the qualities justify The styles are selected from the best lines in plea8urernssswatss I T o mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE We Have Just Received Our Superior Grain Drills For thisseason and have some new improvement andwill take pleasure in showing them to our farmer friends This drill has been horou 1 1or eaTS In this county and you take no risk when you buy the Superi or HigginsMKinneySTANFORD W B McROBERTS t THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles oft WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose Invest In Paint toRyour propertys ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints those days go farther and last longer than over before Mastic Mixed Paint willdcovers more paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured by Hel mers e4c Bettman The greatest 350 and 400 Shoes manufact ured for MEN W E PERKINS 14Ky Crab Orchard Ky a ImportantAnnouncementTHE all la makef a our Fall Goods were bought and in the not considered We want the money You want the goods90 days arePRICE the quick mover of the goods Profits during the next time early and get the CREAM of values for at the prices we make they We will will not last give long them to Our you Storeroom at absolute is COST for rent or and LESS Fixtures Be on 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 5Cc Table Linen closing bUt prlce2Regular 75c Table Linen closing out Regular 8100 Table Linen closing out priceG9cRegular 8150 Table Linen closing out price LADIES UNDERSKIRTS 8 83c All 8100 Skirts go at All tl25Sklrta go at ilea All fl50 Skirts go at 112 160 A I 5200 Skirts go at Ladies Dress Skirts Walking Length N 095 el50 Skirts now at V 0 ir S vAii y 12200 Skirts now nt 176 1260 Skirts now at v 6139 f350 Skirts now aty 298 1400 Skirts now at t 375 466o0f 700 Skirts now at 525 800 Silk Skirts now at i few prices If to make 100 go as far as 200only a forsale sale quit First come first L M B Prors S B THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a canJUat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W DE BORD jGEO of Lincoln county subject rl democratic party I 1TJEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN r Is acanlldate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party WIHERRIN i Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Representative of Uncoln county subject to the action of the party Ticket For Governor vf T C W BECKHAX For Lieutenant Governor For Auditor of StalltS W UAGER For Treasurer H M BOSWORTIT For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State BVXcCIIESNEY for Superintendent of Public Imtruclion J1 FUQUA For Committioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELANL For Clerk of Court of Apptalt J MORGAN CH1NN For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge IK COAA BELL For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON AFTER abusing Belknap and his par tye methods and declaring he would not take the stump for the republican ticket this fall ExGov W O Brad ley awakes from his hypnotic slumbers long enough to write to John C Wood chairman of the republican speakers bureau as follows Had my health justified I would have spoken for the republican party before this and shall certainly speak as soon as able The best Interest of the State requires the election of the republican ticket and I trust that no man will be found who Is not willing to do his duty It was reported that the governor got 81000 a r speech when he was finally persuaded to take tbo stump for Taylor but of course in the present campaign when such poor men as Snowball Belknap et al are running they could not pay which we think Is not such a price high for so good a stumper as the ex governor is A GENTLEMAN who lives In Scott county and who visited here a few days ago told a friend of this paper that Caleb Powers who has been three times convicted of conspiracy in the assassination of Governor Goebel had fully 40000 to his credit In a George town bank The gentleman is not a banker himself but ho Is a reputable citizen who would not make such a statement If he did not have good rea son to know the truthfulness of It Considering the enormous effort that has for two or three years been made to extract money from the people for Powers benefit we are not surprised at the good bank account he has Jolts W YEHKES Senator Pair banks Gum Shoe Hunter and Fugitive Taylqr big bugs In rad ranks held a secret consultation at Indianapolis Let us hope the fruit of that meeting will be nothing like that of the one held at the Galt Bouts Louisville just before poor Goebol was assassinated THE corn crop of the United States la estimated at two billion bushels So It Is not likely that we will starve even If the drouth has cut the crop away down in Kentucky M P COLE of Compton Wolfe county must be the worst republican In the State He Is in jail at that place charRed with stealing a great big House THE Mt Signal ti 17 years oldand like wine It grows better as it l olderi POLITICAL Senator Blackburn will speak at Danville Saturday Oct 24 Gen Miles denies that he Is a candi date for any political office Republicans of Anderson nominated Dr R L Milton for Representative Montgomery republicans will not nominate candidate for Representa tive George B McClellan was nominated for mayor of New York by Tammany Hall democrats The Rev Dr David H Green has aCt cepted the place of Bishop Coadjutor of the Episcopal diocese of New York The republican State convention at Boston Indorsed President Rooevelta administration and nominated Gov Bates The Louisville Post headlines an art ticle To hell with the editor of the Poit So say we So say all of us Lexington Democrat The public debt at the close of bushes Sept 30 last less the cash In the Treasury amounted to 8917762545 a decrease for the month of 80171812 Senator T Morgan says ho favors a strong declaration In the next national democratic platform to the ef feat that this Is a white mans count Dr W Godfrey Hunters plan to carry Kentucky for the republican State ticket is to spend the bulk of a big campaign fund during the week be fore the election Funds will bo sent to every precinct In the State Washington republicans who are Interested In Kentucky politics believe the race in the llth dls trict will narrow down to Hunter and Edwards It Is generally believed that has the favor of the Admlnla tratlon and the large majority of Kentucky republicans at the national cap tal Mens Suits Boys Suiits Overcoats and Pants at any Old Price 8 203 8500 Suits closing out price 325 8000 Suits closing out price 4088700 Suits closing out price 0208800 Suits closing out price 825 1000 Suits closing out price 0001250 Suits closing out price 0031600 COc liens 8100 Hats f cUe Mens 8125 Mens 8100 HatsEtlcMans 200 Hats 148 Mens 8250 Hats 170- 33inch Mens 8300 Hats allwool dress goods sold nt 60o closing out price 330 par yard out 41u par yard arl11MInchdress goods reduced to ICo per yard 35c dross to per L1 for Vernon LOCAL DONT forget W Y Currva sale near Bubble tomorrow Wednesday COMB In and see our New Superior Duo Grain Drill Biggins L McKln ney 1 A LITTLE child of George Thom son who lives in the South Fork sec Lion died Tile Teachers of the Eighth district will beheld at Richmond Oct 3081 REMEMDBR if you buy of us you tret correct styles and ben qualities We handle co shoddy roods John P Jones ALL work Intrusted to me will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist Successor to Craig tr Rocker LOST Between the waterworks and Stanford a broad tread wag on tire hind wheel Finder please notify Al G Huffman Stanford READ the sale ttls Is sue of Mrs Nannle Barper and Edge D Lewis The former occurs on the 29th and the latter on the 15th TUB Lexington trots begin this afternoon and every sport In this section of the State who can raise the price will attend Major Delmar Lou Dll too Dan Patch Prince Alert and all other good one in the country are PRUITT BROS of Moreland tell us that they have a branch under taking at Burnslde to be run by Borace Nicholson of that place M E Prultt has just returned from opening up and marking the goods WESLEY WON Jason Wesley de feated James Glbony present Incumbent for the nomination for circuit clerk of Casey by 235 votes writes Clarence Coleman Ho carried six out of ten precincts and his home precinct by 108 majority REV GEO O BARNES 1e holding a meeting at Manchester Largo crowds are hearing his every sermon and con alderable Interest la being manifested There had not been preaching In Man chester for six months until Brother Barnes went there and the two church es have been permitted to go to rack A BOSTON man has two advertise ments just alike running simultaneous ly In the same newspaper Ha tried ono and the results were so good that he inserted another What he considers curious U that after- timea tha two ads brought in more than twice the business credited to first Thomas Martin aged about CO died at bls home In the Sauf ley section of apoplexy Saturday eve nln The burial Sunday A wife but no children survive Mr Martin late J Matt Martin was a son of the and was a clever honorable man He was n brother of Messrs George AC i J T and AT Martin Tan L l N will sell roundtrip tickets to Louisville Oct 10 and 20 pood till 23rd at 1330 on account of Grand Lodge of Free Masons to Lex 27 at 12 good till Knights of Pythias meeting A train will leave here Sunday morning at 720 for Louisville The fare will be 1175 for the roundtrip T MARSHAL JONES killed a road dog on Lancaster Avenue the other day The canine tried to bite him but the officer was too quick for him CORRECTION D Van Artdalo telephoned Us from Harrods burg yesterday afternoon to correct the Item we copied from the Harrods burg Herald In which she is with saying she la for Mercers candi date for judge ann attorney She also says she never ex pressed herself on political affair In Lincoln to the Herald IN The Danville fair cleared 1100 Aaron Bradley aged 50 It dead nl- Cuey Nelson Rue Sr aged SI U deed In Mereer James Jones la dead in the Knlfley section of Adair county Dr A M Jaokman aged OS la dead at Kendall Russell county Wilson Sowder o Rockcastle rate ed 32 pumpkins on one vine which will average 18 pounds each Two eons of J A Scott a Richmond confectioner were arrested on suspi cion of murdering their father John Adams rig builder who was burned In gas ani coal tire on Jones farm in Wayne county la dead This Is the second death from this Ore At the Miller Rouse Mt Vernon the members of the bar gave an elaborate banquet In honor of Judge Tbos Z Morrow After 17 years of service aa circuit judge of the 28th district he retires from the bench at the expira Ion of the present term This la his laat term of court In Rockcastle The ugh of the man was Ihownby the splendid toasts to him aa guest of honor The large diningroom vas beautifully decorated All lines of business and the profession were represented B J Bethurum was toast raster Rev James E Woolford pastor of the Baptist church at Lancaster will evangelize In Breathitt Judge S S Savage of Ashland died suddenly In a hospital in Cincinnati Gen Bradley T Johnson la dead at Richmond I Wanted to rent a farm of 100 to 155 acres Improvement must be ood and land- ustbela farming condition Apply- I this office 1 H PRICE Snrgfcon Dentist Ky OOo OTr UcEoberU Drnf Stori In the Owiler UulMlm I I will sell at public auction on tho Dan ville pike two mUM from Hubble Ky on rnuuspAY OCT 15 ion Tho following described property to wit Four good mare all broke to drive work mule yearling fllly colt 2 cows unJ calvos a good feeding hogs farming Implements consisting of McCormlck binder Superi or wheat drill good Studebaker wagon surrey 1 and harness plows and gear cultivator harrow doublo ahoy els single shovels grain boxes grind stone Ac S stacks of timothy hay some nice clover bay In stack lot hay in the barn about 20 acre of corn In the field household and kitchen furniture Salu begins at 0 sharp Terms made known on day of sale A L iioow AVOH- EIlnbble Ky the and in the 35o Corsets out rlrlcow 21o- 50o I t Corsets closing out prico un J u 386- 75o Corsets closing out price a a 40o 100 Corsets closing out m 73c 125 Corsets closing out rico 80d 150 Corsets closing out liSo Blankets From the to the i re I GOo Blankets 104 closing out gBo Blankets 104 closing out GOrt 100 Blankets 104 losing out w iw XiI160 Blankets 104 closing out prfco 200 Blankets 104 closing out prico ltd 250 Blankets 104 cloying out prico 300 Blankets 104 closing out 400 Blankets 104 closing out prlco MuM mnMMM 283 500 Blankets 104 closing out prlao J These are sample want Storeroom renttFixturesservedout to business GRAND LEADER Stanford Kentucky iFVYCO LEVY Managerj Democratic WPTHORNE John congressional Edwards ADDITIONAL Sunday Association Congressional prescription Lancaster advertisements hersiopened establishment republican advertisement the- MARTINMr RboOnccuucoot Anna credited commonwealth NEIGHBORING COUNTIES appreciation V- sFARM WANTED Stanford PUBLIC SALE Corsets Largest Newest Stock CityIclosing pricoHMgM1H ftrlCenouwCheapest Finest prlccw4rrleouwwwprlcoMM wwawlipp price1Jt9 Withers Furniture Co Dealers in Fino Furniture Curpots Hugs Wall Paper Window Shades Ssc Manufacturers of Picturo Frames el r l SEE Our 6000 Grain Drill with Fertilizer and Seeder attachments There 1 is none better CEO H FARRIS cI CO Stanford Ky Watches Of Qualityt T For ladies and Men Watches that will be a t1credit to the wearer Plain s or beautifully engraved cas eSt containing reliable works ar to make perfect timepieces I PRICES RIGHT e V H MUELLER Stanford Ky t CONTENTMENT ct tdonttIfort I know my customers are well satisfied with t- hoGROCERIBSl strivingto 1 I some other way to bettor ay store or m JahorlllIn J everything has decided meritIJ W PERR1N the Grocer 110 Mata lit Stanford ly 1IIC f BAuotiarna C R McCoiorAcir Baughman McCormack HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY fj r ems We cordially invite the people of West Lincoln to call In and see our goods arid give us a portion of their patronage We have added largely to our stock of Gro cerles Hardware Furniture Ac and can please you la any line Our prices arc a little LOWER than the LOWEST Give us a call r k T lit Lyv j tf t Tailored wits Tn calling your attention to our now lino ef Suits wo clnfin for thorn epc cioTSxcelloncG in itjljfi fit and tailoring You may buy lower price twits bill you will not find Ixjttor Our stylos arc exclusive awl arc all made by ion tailors in olonn sanitary work rooms soasantt fie from 810 to 850 ns ThoM who olycct to long skirted oonts will fiolJlIIany bargains in short oOflt suits Alteration wade by line tailor free of charge Skirts Long Dross Skirts of Broadcloths Wllittnn Cheviot Veils Loudon Mistrals Ae at ovory price f Tram 66 to 817 Meet nllaro our fHjrt exclusive styl- osWalking kiltsI Prtjnl 83 up representing tiny now r f aifll attraotiv titIal tMf ami lifHInr materials You will find that our dtmptit akirti flt and tang t IT parly See titan belbr getting yr winter outfit I not now whole NIU have new newest Any us show to very assort fino mcrccrircd Oxfords in whito at to Most of three wo cd from and cannot be wen elsewhere Price sound but just wait until you see then you buy just as Itera are doing Cloaks More handsome and exclusive style than you will sco anywhere in Central Kentucky Silk ulto Slo and cloth coats at all from 8G to 835 repro senting tho Intoit Now York ftiehious A large anti of crava netted RAIN COATS From 1250 to 836 In and black are toy popular and very practical FURS The early Fur buyer gets tho choicest prices Why choice of about Soo fur pieces comprising allthe desirable nnd shapes price you may want from 1 to lo each Lot then you tNEW WAISTINGS quality ft largo and fancy colors 25c 1 import direct Franco I j may high tho good will oth I t olonks coat piiccs choice lino u colors ThofO itilrs S BLACK SILK WAISTS Are n sort of Man Iridny in a la dies wardrobe They prove their all round utility every day in tho week and always give a neat welldressed appearance AVo are now snowing now lines of very exceptional values at 85 to 87Bo which we would like to have you ox amine I i FINE MILLINERY I We are the only house in Central Kentucky showing a lino of the cclcbra I J tsd1hipps t Atchison hats Their name in n hat guarantees it to bo tho correct thingTO also have the best models from Gage Bros of Chicago f In fancy trimmed and black hats wo show about Zoo representing the s boil and latest efforts of tho most artistic miHinors in New York City These I Avero made fbr the finest city trade and arc distinctly different from the 4 at borne product while tho prices are in I most cases lower I I 1 1 f sqt DANVILLE KY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 0 1003 usethedone and with proper care We could not do better If yon paid us double the price which le always reasonable Pen cva Druz Store PERSONALS I W PISH of II sey1 here on bus Ineis Mn H P HAWKINS was In Somerset last week MilS MARY JANE OWSLEY contin ues quite sick J R Bust of Richmond was here Friday on business Mtss JOSEPHINE WARREN Is with Miss Jean Warren In Boyle MRS JULIA ADAMS went to Louis cub Friday to visit relatives Miss NELL WARREN went to Lan caster yesterday to visit her aunt vlltID EVERETT STONE was over from Lex ngton last week to leo his homcfolkf- MIBSEMMA OWSLEY Is visiting her Lexlogton GEORGE P CROW and Phil Nunncl lap came down from Stonega Va Sun dayMRS WALLACE FARMER went to Slcholasvllle yesterday to visit rela tives Miss SALLIE S HELTON spent sever al days with Mrs Georgia Rice at Mt Vernon JAMES AND DEN HARDIN oi Monti cello are with their brother Mark Hardln JAMES PAYNE of Creb Orchard wont over to Lexington yesterday on business MR T M PENNINOTON returned daughterInMiss SALLIE BAILEY of the McKIn noy section has been very 111 of ty phoid fever Mit R W MoRoiiERTS of Lancas ter was here Saturday and paid tale ottlce a call- ATTORNEY C C WILLIAMS of Mt Vernon was on yesterdays train bound LouisvilleMRS CLAUNCII and Joe Jr of Somerset are with her parents Mr and Mrs J E Lynn Miss NETTIE WALLER who has been visiting Miss Polly Bubanks has returned to Louisville Mn AND MRS JOHN LUTBS and children LuctnJa and Coleman were In Cincinnati last week MRS J V ARNOLD of Mlddlesboro was hero yesterday en route to Lan caster to visit tier parents Mesons F M WARE and John L Deck heard Gov neckham and lion Olllo James speak at Somerset MISS ROSA JONRS has joined her mother at Mr John P Jones Frank Jones also spent Sunday with them MR JAS PEEL went to Kuttawa Saturday to see hit father who Is very accompaniedhim Mn THOMAS WALKER and his hand some sister Miss Llndsey Walker of Louisville are the guests of the Misses Feland MESSRS JOHN R FARRIS O V Gentry R C Englcman Jr Jesto C Lynn and Joel T Bmbry are attending the trots at Lexington MESSRS SAM M OWENS and Geo D Weatnerford of the West End were in Wayne county Ian week look log after the Beaver Creek oil well MRS JOSIE A RANEY will be locat ed at the residence of the Rev J O Vaught until she leaves for Baltimore the last of this month where she will make her home with her son Prof Lee Ranev of the faculty of Johns Hopkins University Advocate F L THOMPSON our townsman who Is one of the best traveling salesmen stood third last month on the list of ten men drumming for bis house In the amount of sales made Taklcg In con sideration the difficulties transporta tion over Mr Thompson assigned territory he stands easily first and ahead of them allMt Vernon Signal LOCALS FRESU oysters at H D Campbells CUT roses and fine celery at the Stan ford Ureenboule1tGOODMAN ashoes are here Severance SOOI1tTHREE show foursale W M Craig Pharmaclat1t SEE Railroad Jackat Walton Opera Rouse Thursday night next 8th1tSEE lineof beating stoves Something new In a hot blast John Bright Jr Jr Co 0 SAVE onethird on your wrap by buy ing your silk velvet or cloth and mak- Ing It yourself Severance S Sons 0 A SURE enough live lion takes part In Railroad Jacks performance al Waltons Opera Bouso Thursday nighti next CHILDREN desfail to see the lion play his role in Railroad Jack ii at the Opera House Thursday evening next BIG COnNMr John McCormack of the West End is the hose corn rail or He sent us three cars that mess ured 12 Inches and la as perfect as we over saw NOTICE All claims against the City of Stanford must bo tiled each month three days before each regular meet FII Hughes city SEE out lOo window Farris S Co SEE J T Jones fine line of heating stoves before you buy 0 J A GOOD rain fell yesterday and it looks like well have more today I THE Stanford Greenhouse has JustI received a lot of fall bulbs of all klodIYOUR city taxes are due CltyMaI OLD Aunt Dinah Baughman color cd died Friday and was burled In liar rows graveyard Saturday FOR SALE One discdrill only been used one season at half price J S Owsley Sr Walnut Flat 0 WE are just back from the market and are opening this week some choice things in fall dress good and notions John Jones 0 1 NEW Zibell Del Bouretts Meltons Tweeds Serges Prunellas etc for tall costumes also correct trimmings Sev erance Sons + EVERY dollar spent at Cummins d McClarys entitles you to a chance on the 975 Davenport bed to be given away by them Read their advertise ment 0 HONS R O WARREN and J S Ows ley Jr bavo been chosen by the dem ocrats to conduct the campaign In this county Attorney Wm S Burch was made secretary ROUERT STEWARTeon Harve Stewart colored bad three of his toes broken while attempting to get on H moving train It was necessary to am putate two of them AFTER handling the Old Hickory wagon for five year we bave Sound a better wagon for tho farmers for less money The Capital Call in and see tbem Carson Pence + 4 SUICIDED James Brawner who sad a drug store at Latonla for J G Weatberford of Hustonvllle shot him self to death last week being despond ent because of 111 health Mr W has charge of the store until he can get a good man to manage it 3AM MATHENY the twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Chancellor died of convulsions Saturday and was buried In Buffalo cemetery Sunday af ternoon The bright little fellow had been In a frail condition physically since Its birth and Its parents did not have great hope or raising him Mr and Mrs Chancellor have much sym pathy in their loss BOUUUT A MISSISSIPPI FARM While down in Mississippi Dr Jno B Owsley and Mr L F Humber a neph ew of the late T C Humber of this county bought a large plantation and they will raise cotton extensively Mr Rum bel Is a practical cotton raiser and will have entire charge of the place The boundary which contains several tbousszd acroa lion the Mississippi river and Is In Coaboma county near Friars Point Mr E P Owsley has a cotton plantation not far distant and has done well with It SOMBESETThe wrl ter had the pleasure of being at Som sot Friday Beckbam dayand for a big crowd and sure enough enthusiasm the day took the cake Fully 3000 vis Itors were In town and threefourths of them wore Beckbam badges yelled for Beckham and talked Beokbam until their tongues grew tired The largo Op era House was nothing like adequate and while every Inch of available space In It was taken by Pulaskls democracy thousands of democrats remained out side hoping to shake the grand young executives hand when he left the ball Both Gov Beckham and Hon Ollie James made fine speeches and every word uttered fell on good ground The Governor dealt principally in facts and figures and gave a good account of his stewardship His speech was entirely free from vituperation and was manly and dignified Mr James went after the republicans and their recent con verts hot and heavy and minced no words on any subject on which he spoke His speech was pronounced by many to be the best effort ever heard In Somerset and we are sorry that space forbids us from giving a full syn opsis of It At night a reception was held at the Opera House when the largo building was again crowded Both GOY Beckbam and Mr James made short talks after which a regular Methodist bandshaking took place The parade In the morning was over a halt mile long and there wore many pleasing and Interesting Incidents In connection with it ono of which Is tofd in our Somerset letter At South Somerset a good old Irish woman rushed out to Gov Beokhams carriage and grasping both of his hand said God bless ye my dear young man may the good Lord let us havo yo as our Gov ernor one more term Tho success of Beokham day la duo to a great extent to the energies of Editor F J Camp j bell who Is president of the Pulastcl Beckham Club Ho worked hard to get the democrats to town and In mate lag the program for tbe day and right i well were his efforts rewarded Pulaski Is all right there can ThatI doubt and of course the wont go democratic Nov 3rd we IV believe tho republican majority will be cut to a frazzle and that In a few l more years It will be wiped out entire ly Let us hope so at least FREE 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 ssassa Cummins a McClary ijE E THEY ARE I The best the market affords Look them over and tee who can I equal them Hocker Bootees 85 Manss Shoes 1360 to 15j Ed clans Standard rubber lined boot absolutely water proof 8450 I Edolens Water King high top rubber lined shoe faj Edelens Honest Mike boots 1360 Edelens Honest Mike shoes 12 Ede I lens Level Best school ihoe and Honest Mike school shoe 1181 and 82 Ultra the queen of women shoe 1350 Brockport tmade by tbo Ultra people 13 This is the CREAM of our stock We have many cheaper grades in good quality and styleiI I i HJMRoberts Bigger And Brighter And better than ever is circus bill lore but is also true in regard to our large stock of Fall Dry Goods Dress Goods Shoes Underwear Blankets Flannels Cloaks Readymade Skirts c You can depend on getting the right style lowest price find best quality to be had for the MONEY Our motto is Your Moneys Worth sssssa-ssitursssssa s SEVERANCE SON 3 UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves 1 ISee Hot Blast TubeIn Door We have a complete lino of Cast Range Gook and Heating Stoves of all grades and at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 4THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mnttred n the pottoffice at Stanford ail iendcIoM matt- erTabLtabetTuoe wp 4avw- AT 11 PERYEAR CASH ffmea ot sopaldmaOO wlUbseh rid I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION North 104 p ta34 Train jolnf 230 amoM oV II South =12 17 tin Ho a II 1233 p m FORRENT recently Wra Mr atore by Severance Will rent for one or more years J Be OW8LEY THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is alt the year for the treatment of- nrglcal and chronic dlseuel and for con sultatlon Board and nursing shall be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bUll doe when services are rendered and must tM paid promp- tlyUMBRELLAS t Rocovered and repaired and made almost for a amount I canas good as new than the trampfix your umbrella better repairers and for less money OWe me a- tdal FRANK ATKIVS Stanford Jice TraHlort DEALERS If Whisk Brandy Wines Beer ciaars Etc sffisr STANFORDr KY Nothlnr but the ba andpoIlteattentionPrompt orders rectlv to drink phone cr prompt attention JU WearenIn5UranGC i Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New in the 818171063512Surplus Boyl Caseyi Garrard and Lln coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky R6Ba MahonyIn5UranGC Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners in counties lncoln and Casey who may be In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone Stanford Kentucky For Lift or Accident Insurance apply to Charles Ea Powell Office N W Oar Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe quitablestrongest- in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Miss Ida M Snyder TrenMirrr of eke Brooklyn EAst End Art Club If women would pay more attention to their health we would have more happy wlvu mothers and daughters and would observe result they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they art given credit for In consulting with my druggist he ad vised McElreei Wine Thed fords BlackDraught and so 1 took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui faarcgulatorof tho menstrual is a as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty too frequent irreg ular painful menstruation falling of the and flooding It is helpful when approad4ng woman hood during pregnancy after childbirth and in chango of life It fro uently brings a dear baby to homes 1 that h ve barren AllLaye bottles druggists 8100 of Wine t WiNEoFCCARDUIp E HAIRBALSAM Clttnm ut fctutiflcf the bait I rwnotti a 1utwot rwrth Never rail to BntorOr7Hair to tt Yont htrCurt SOc landiltuit DninbU I For Sale or Rent I My honso and lot of 10 acres N mile from Hnstonvllle on HtutonTllle Bradfords vllle Improvements all good Foe particulars see Charles Rose tins tonrllle Ky MRS ELLA S nOSE NEW LIVERY STABLE BWEUaSSS3NPrors JUNCTION CITY KY rirstOlats Turnouts Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Ray For Sale NOTICEI IAU accounts due W L Evans not paid by 7 1003 will be sold to the blebest bid der in front of his late store on day OEOUOE D WEAT1IEUFORD Assignee W L Evens Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture Special attention given to the development ot thought as tho true bUll of Tone duction Emerson system of Physical Out ture Pantomimic work etc Studio at rot deuce Main Street ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky t Office over Higgins McKinnoyfl Ston Telephone N 01 DR PI WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in Myors House Flats TREES BY THE MILLION FALL 1903 Fruit and ornamental grape vines smaU drupe evergreens rhubarb asparagus and everything for lawn and No agents but beat prices to the planter Both phones Catalogue on application to II F HILLENMEYER A SON- SLexington Ky Produce And Poultry Wanted I I deslro to buy Eggs and all I kinds ot Country Produce Hldei feathers Etc Win Pay hlgheott market price Dring them to Otulstlan Turkey house Stanford Ky NORTIICOTT A THOMAS J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv Service ReasonableGood Livery Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal v PUBLIC SALE I On tho John Bailey farm 313 miles from Turoersvllle I will on SATURDAY OCTOBER 10TU At public auction the following described property to wits Two work hones one milk cow three calves six 600pound heifers 12 Ions rearUnsteeltl one new surreyon backboard one spring wagon wagon ono new set pf buggy harness and one old set set of wagon harness ono good saddle one cultivator two turning plows ono A harrow all kinds of small tools too numerous to mention 10 bushels of bill on ions household and kitchen furniture Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock ItI Terms made known on day of saleW A ORUI1BS J P Chandler Auctioneer PUBLIC SALES I will sell at public auction at the E D Kennedy farm two miles west of McKln nev on TUESDAY OCT 13 W3 The following described propertv Ono 7yearold mule 4 2yearold 1 tam ily horse 1 saddle horse 40 2 milk cows 1 good bull 3 heifers Household and kitchen furniture Including a new sowing machine Good portion of the furniture is new and all Is In good repair 30 acres of corn In Sold and a lot of hay 1 good two horse wagon with splendid new bed plow harncis cultivator etc Good surrey harness and wagon harness Terms known on day of sale all beltlnslt 0 A M WB TANNER McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE- Of Personal Property r willHaving sold my farm at public auction on TUESDAY OCTOBER 13th My personal property consisting of mules horses cattle 103 extra good young owes 5 bucks turned together In August Oood carriage buggy and buck board Farming Implements Consisting of 1 binder 2 mowers 1 Thomas hay rake 1 Disc harrow 7 DoubleA liar rows 2 cultivators 2 doubleshovel plows 1 corn planter 2 two hone wagons one bo ing brand new buggy and carriage harness Also a lot ot- Household and Kitchen Furnl nlture In fart everything u cd In farming and housekeeping Will sell 1 pour harness and trap for children to begin promptly at 10 oclock on the premises halfway between Stanford and an1l11e Term made known on day of sale VRemember the date Tuesday Oct 13th TOM 11ETOALK T D English Auctioneer DARK LANTERN METHODS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY Tho democrats should not be fooled as to the methods of the Republican State Campaign Committee The chair mao of the republican committee is Dr W Godfrey Hunter whose way of coo ducting a campaign la unique He has secret headquarter at the C- House in Louisville and is conducting tho campaign of his party behind clos ed doonHe endeavoring to create the im pression throughout tho State that the republicans are disorganized and are taking no interest In the election Ho Is also endeavoring to create the im pression among the democrats that Bellcnap bas no chance and that his fol lowers have practically given up the fight However It Is learned from ab solutely trustworthy sources that Or Hunter Is all his skill to effect a complete organization In every pre elect in the State and that all this Is being done with the greatest secrecy and with the employment of all the dark lantern methods known It is also learned from the same lourcet that the republicans have a larger campaign fund this year than ever before and they are relying on slmpl buying the majority for Belk nap In order to get this State In line In the Presidential race In 1004 Realizing the Importance of the fight this fait bo Republican National Com mittee bas sent thousands of dollars to Kentucky and this vast sum bas been greatly augmented by subscriptions from big corporations aad by contribu done of the Federal Machine which contrary to the law has forced minor employees of the Government to give money from their salaries It baa long been Dr Hunters boast that be can carry Kentucky If he baa the money to buy tbb votes The demo ocrats In the coming election should how Dr Hunter that the republican party backed by the National adminis i ration the corporations and the Federal Machine cannot buy tho suffrage I of the people of Kentucky They should show him that It makes no difference I to what extent the State la flooded with I money that the vote of the Common wealth cannot be purchased and that they believe In majority rule XY2 I KINGSVILLE Mr and Mra E D Carey bride and groom have gone to housekeeping ID tho dwelling owned by Mr J M Mo Carty There la still another wedding to which we have already alluded and which la to take place In the near futures I The canning factory runs only a part of the time now aa the season will be over soon This haa been on oxcep tlooally floe season for tomatoes I Mrs C G Baker has returned from tho city with a lovely line of fall mil linery She also learned the art of trimming during her stay In the city L D Beagle was aeverely though not seriously Injured H few days since la his work at the flew water tank Uby Francla was also hurt by a hand car running over his legs Strange to aiy his InJury was alight Mrs Carey continues ill with malarial fever which disease la very prevalent here D B Flint and family will move soon to W L McCartya tarn near Stanford Perry Bryant and fam- Ily will move to Indianapolis The new side track which la under construction running out to the caw mill of Hodge St Campbell will soon be completed The work la suspended for the time being however owing to a misunderstanding between the compa ny and the firm Mra B C Pcnoobacker of Somer set was hero on business a few days aloce Mra Ada Gooch and little son have returned from a visit to friends at Ludlow Mesdames Wm Reynolds and MerIdeth Francis bare returned from an extended vUlt to relatives at Ludlow Mack Williams leaves soon for tho South In Loving Remembrance of My Cousin Linda M Dllllon On a September night to beautiful and so calm death entered a happy home and cut down one of Us mom beautiful flowers God has chosen this loved one who was the centre of a hap py home to adorn a more beautiful abode whore sickness sorrow and death never come It was a sad sad death so young so fair and when life promised most when friends were upon every side and when there was no sorrow visible anywhere sue was lov ed by six brothers she was a fathers and mothers Idol May they lift up their heads In their grief and through their sobbing say Ills best Path er mother may your last days be full of peace and calmer ant sweeter will your spirits become until the gates of beav allft apd let In tho worn out pilgrim Into eteroalsprlnlttlme and youth where the limbs never and the eyes never grow dim is our own wo hold our pleas uresIJust a little while eVe they are One by one life robs us of our treasureIf Nothing Is our own except ourdead- ELLA MAY- be Alabama legislature has made It unlawful to play golf base ball football or tennis oo Suoday and a measly northern paper says that lynching o Negroes Is now the only Sabbath day diversion In the State i C MIDDLE URGIEld J Q Montgomery preached at the Christian church Sunday and Sun day night took charge of the monthwringWesley Col Morris B Belkoap the guber natorial nomloee of Sapplsm and all It Implies will apeak at Liberty the 28th A large crowd no doubt greet him Richard McDaniel will run the wa ter mill for J K Coffey the coming season Mr Cotloy has lately put In anew dam and other necessary Improve ments Rev L R Godbev will move his family to Maysvlllo the middle or latter part of the wee Ie Rev W G Bradford will come here In two or three weeks Spurgeon Sympson an employe of Lakeland Asylum is spending to taw days at home Misses Anna Naoole and Ira Adams visited relatives on Fishing Creek Mrs C L Pruitt Is visiting her parents at Ousionvllle The democrats of Mlddleburg pre elect are most cordially Invited to meet at Koeoeyi Hall Miacuoourir next Saturday night Oct 10th for the pur pose of organizing a Beokham Club It Is hoped that all good democrats who can do so will come out A thorough organization of the precinct will be made N Only a Very Few Published It Is not possible for the proprietors to publish more than a very few of the nu merous letters received In praise of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and telling of its remarkable cures They come from people in every walk In life and from every State in the Union The following from Mr T W Oreathouso of Prattaburg Ua speaks for iteellI would have been dead now but for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured meof chronic diarrhoea after seven years ol auOeriog I can never say too much In praise of that remedy For sale by W N Craig FOR SALE Four horses one two hore hack ose wagon one twoseated Jersey wagon two egglea two sets wagon harness ono dou ile set surrey harness two sets buggy bar and nger transness frelgnt express fer from 1I0re to UUltonlIlll good paying Dullness CUABJOUNBONMoreland PUBLIC SALE I I will sell publicly at L J MeKUntys farm at Mb Salem Kyou THURSDAY OCT U IGtS The following Five milk cows 4 17 1100pound cattle bunch of 830 poand cattle tot 1000 ound cattle I brood mares In foal to hone gentle 1 JJJacks ear old horse 1 Syearold mule 1 auckj Ung mule 23 good owea sows apl buggy and harness farming fmplementa kitchen furniture Terms lLEWbeginA at PUBLIC SALE I I will soil at public auction at my home the I onehalf mile from Uuston1l1e en Bradfordavllle pike on- THURSDAY OCT SO 1003 land well wa farm of 82 ofIy Hu a com and improvedteredo fenced utable dwelllng of seven rooms two good three never falugcribbarns new corn It Will also sell oils creek ruo hu following described personal property- are tn foal hreeyoarold by and n II cows 3 calves I fifer I brood sews l wagon J buggy I buckboard 1 set of harnee I organ house ofd and kitchen furniture Sale begin at I sharp Terms made Eiionjof sale MRS NAN IE Hustonville Ky T D English Auctioneer J+ c+ cCtYf UNDE LAItfJ EBIBAOIER And Dealoni In tIAnNESS SADDLSBY 80 tan ord Ky ii La Beazley Con- Undortnkors N and- Embalmers AUOnXiLZSSIB trunltDlreASattilljaItugs will Exchange Furniture for all GtvethemfSTANFORD KENTUCKY Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON STAKES 100000 PURSES October6th to 17th Grand Daily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee I 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Rates on all Railroads R C HSTILL President E W SMANKLIN Secretary First National Bank Of Stanford Krs Capital Stock J50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Rank in 1191 then reorganlied u the National Dank of Stanford In 166 and again reorganized as the First National Balk of Stanford in 188J having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited FOR Guns c Go To a N Successor to Craig Hoc leer a ea CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors JB Paxton J D Owslsy B II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Dank At Trust Company and under same I management continuously for 3t years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Sloping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial H Ca The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed GJveHira a Call Assignees Notice I All creditors of W L Evans are notified that I will at rceele claims against his estate propertyorlDed and as by law persons proven themselves Indebted to W L Evans will please call and settle at 00 or their accounts be placed In tho li ands of an onicer for collection OEO 11 WEATIIKUFOM Assignee WL Evans d W Wallace S Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoSuOora West Mrin Btioot Stanford Kentucky LUTES BOONE S CO Real Estate Agonts Stanford Kentucky AU wishing buor soil firms will do well to see us we have u number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you desire to sell place it in our hands Office at lloones Livery Stable Stanford Ky Officers J 8 HOOKEU Irest J J MoltonEUTS Ohr W II WEAKEN Dkpr Directors F Reid DanvillevB T J 8 Uocker Stanford W P Walton LuID ton K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore 4TJas Robinson llobbls J II Ilaughman Stanford W P Tate Stanford W CRAIG Pharmacist STANFORD KENTUCKY LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK RUPLEY Concerts Ammunition Officers a n BIIANKSrPresident J D OWflLEY Cashier W U DIl1OIlTeAsst Cashier HOME FOR SALEOf Nice cottage of four room eight acres of land ncee outbuildings good barn Threofaurtbt ot a mile from Stanford OP llm tonrllle pike MRS IIETTIE BAIINETT FARM FOR SALE I I will sell or rent ray farm of sores 10 earn for wheat about 90 acre fartedrn In IUOI and the balance In Krait This farm Is In a flue state of cultivation well located and well watered with dwell Infof S room and 1 porch stock barn and necMary oubulldlnrgood orchard 3 rood tenant or rent to white or colored This is known astthe Dr Uocker farm MARTIN McCOUMAOK 4 Turnonvllle Ky 1 PUBLIC SALEII will soil at public auction at tho old Chris Engleman funu near Hubble on WEDNESDAY OCT 7tb loss the following described property household and hltclich furniture RIco sideboard large leo chest good range M gallon Iud furnace and pros all kinds of farming Im UlaoUrillcultivatorslIuckooard eightlOater maro mules A and 7 years old pair good twoyearoldmare mules 1 good walking horse 8 brood mares ono In foal to ycarllngJackjcnnots farmed for 8250 about 600 bales of extra good hay lot of corn In field lot of good mllkcows seven yoarllngcattle reg pncumntiesuikyetcTERMS over that amount a credit till Jan 1 1001 Good negotiable note required W YOUIiRY KyIM