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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1903 SAM NO 64 HUSTONVILLE Mr Gatewood Smith and bibs For vtne of Boyle a pent a day with Mn Smith D Yowell lait week Wm Dodd itrawberry patch hat sox the econd crop of that mot dell clout of all the small fruits CI conteoed hero Monday sod x1UdoubtlOSecortl0uethrougb- the week with a docket of over 60 Cases Mat Mary Adorn our accomplished r delllrbted the audIence at the Ire byterlan church list Sunday upoo the rendition of a beautiful solo We have a well organized foot ball team now of light weights and they are dally being coached In the art upon the college campus They play the Stanford team next Saturday week on their grounds here t Latci k Co bought In this section 78 good cattle at 3c Jno J Allen hat 50000 to 1200pound cattle that be wants to tell worth the money A Lou livllle dairyman bought a oar load of milk cows In the West End at 135 to 850 Geo F Robinson told Gene Lee 33 1200pound cattle for Oct 20th delivery at 13 05 Town Martbal Wn Lalrt little sIx yearold ton while playing with match et la the backyard set Ore to hit cloth log Ills btlnll blaze and cream fog attracted the attention of a pow b that mistook his scream fur cateblogIttcjrulthlng the flames and doubtless saving hit life Geo D Wcatberford and Field Man aeerS M Owen of the Deaver Creek Oil it OM Co bare jut returned from Wayne county where they attended undoubtedly the belt strike of oil yet t made In the famous Beaver Creek sand This well It No7 and shows a captcl ty of fully 80 barrels per day They lIed all their even tanks and arranged for others to be placed this week Thli company has otter struck a dUI ter ana by a systematic plan of locating their wellt their shows distinctly that they are on the sure route to realize their fondett hopes- MIDDLEBURG Wetlevt majority over Glbony vas 217 Spelling matches and box suppers are very much In favor with the country schools at present At the school election at the College Saturday Mr Uarjrelt war elected at trustee to succeed Wl Wesley Democrat should not forget the nightwhen e Beckham11Clubawilltbe organized All democrats Invited Rev J B Ferrell pastoral tbo Dap tilt church will begin a series of meet fogs hero Sunday fie will be assisted by HOT George Daker of Ourntlde wbo will be hero Mocday night There It considerable sickness In the r vicinity though no tcflouicatet Mil Corda Uubblo It doing very well Na thin flick It convalescing from a two months siege of typhoid Winter will soon be here and Cat cyt pike aro little better than tho av erage country mud road Election on and again no ballot will be taken on Hse of free toll Undoubtedly there U something rotten tome where In offlciai circlet s One of tbo longest and severest drouth experienced In these parts for years was ended Monday and Tuoday by a rain which ell over this tectlon Thoutandt of acres of corn Will cut short by the drouth The re cent rains wilt be very enicaolout In reviving pastures end supplying fam lihed stock nods Mrs Uhoda Wesley the estimable wife of Eo A Wesley died at Ellltburg Monday night after a long and linger lot tlege of that dreaded disease coo tumptton Deceased was a daughter of Mr Uriah Elllt onu of the mutt prom bent citizens of the Rolling Fork sac Lion and was a mot exemplary Chris tao lady and a member of the Metbo din church A husband sad threo lit tie boyt aw aft to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and loving mother The interment took place In Mlddlaburg cemetery Wednesday after a beautiful funeral discourse by the Rev Joihua Taylor Do GoodIt Pays A Chlc Ki man hat observed that iJood deed are letter than real estate deed tome of the latter aro worlhlMn s Act kindly and gently Show ympath- and y lend a helping hand You can not poMibly 1030 by It Mot mon appre t late a kind word and encouragement Inure than substantial help Thor are + persons In this community who might truthfully lay My good friend cheer up A fewdOlltl of Chamberlain Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold nol there Is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medicine It always ouros 1 know it for it has helped me out manya time Sold b WN Craig j Goodloe Llndslev the agent who told Oellvuo farm near Nathvlllo to John T Landlt In September for 101 000 hot flied a bill In chancery nlleg In tho alo by the own fen for tbo pur oae of defrauding credi tore r Gained 40 Pounds In 30 Days IFor several months our younger broth troubled with indigestioner bad been He tiled several remedied but got no benefit from them We purchased tome ot Chamberlains Stomach and Liver s Tablet and he commenced taking them Inside of 30 days he had gained 40 pound- to flesh He Is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets HOL LIY BEOS Merchants Long Branch Mo Fornlcby W N CragI CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Hordam Stuart it visiting Mr Geo Debord family We were glad to see a letter from our Somerset correspondent la your last The farmer and all wore made glad by having a much needed rain this week Mice Susie Dllllon and brother An drew and Manny are vliltlng near Buckeye Mr B G Cover bat told her farm near hero to Mr Hahn of Brodhead for 13500 Mrs Ilutchlnion wbo lives near the Brown Spring fell and dislocated her hip recently There will be an tee cream social Saturday evening given by the ladles of the Christian church lice Oerrln James Cammlnt and Col Welch were In our city last week also Mort nocbell of Lancaster Our milliner Mesdames Kittle King and Sam Tatam have received their new fall hate and arc kept busy show log pretty bats to their customers Mr W E Perkins left for New Mexico Tuesday to too his tOO Roscoe who Is there Be will probably bring him home If he Is able to make tho trip- John and Sam Magee worn with the homofolks this week also their sister Mrs Browning Miss Mabel MoWhor ter entertained a few of her friends at a social Friday evening Our clever county clerk Jae F D old tm celebrated the anniversary hip 4Slb birthday Sunday with a hard some dinner as we can testify being remembered nicely by a delicious par of ItCrab Orchard was enlivened twice lest week A mad dog was killed on Main street after a hot chase by our town marshal Theo a monkey and hand organ entertained the loafers nicely for awhile Dr Phillip has rented room over Geo B Darrlt store room and will open his duct there Ho will move bit family to Mr Johniona In the country Mrs Jane Uutcblnion and daughter Annie have moved to the Dobord house Rev J B Jones of Georgetown College preached two fine sermons at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Two additions la the morn lOll one by letter and one for baptism 21 now members since bo has been our pastor only about six months George B Harris Is receiving his new goods for his winter trade Be has added a new line of queensware dry goods sad mens furnishing goods to his stock Wallace oldest son orI Mr Walter Goner acted AS clerk o him while ho went to Louisville Mrs Logan mother of Hugh Logan has returned home after a lengthy vII It In Garrard Mr W M Morris made a visit to Lexington last week D W Edmlston and wife were In Louisville last week buying now fell goods for Edmlston Bro store Mcidaines J W James and J W Guest attended tbo borne show In Loultvllle- Meitrt Joo and Will Brooks woro with their mother and titter a fow days Mr Curb nutcblnton and wife are with the homefolks this week His wile has bcao vary Mr Langford Is attending lib tick Athillo Miss Fan ole Laogford wbo continues quite tick Meitrt Dick Ward of Lances ter and J Magee of Livingston aro having a sax mill put up on Copper wreak KING ESheriff Baugbman was hero Wedne day collecting taxes Tbo box supper at the Methodist church was quite a success Mr Della M leo Is vUltlna her pie ter Mrs Carrie Shelton at Rowland amoollhiof Gov J C W BccUhaoj One of Mr and Mrs Davo Hicks triplets died a few days slnco and was burled In the Pleasant Point grave yard Manfred Chovolette made a fivin visit to his bomefolks Wednesday Miss Dollle Goooh Is recovering from an attack of foyer Mr Eliza Rlgnoy visited friends in Somerset Dr B F Walter of Lancaster Is 10thyme u practice of dentistry Mr Hicks has sold isle farm furniture and all toe 81800 and will leave for Oregon Mel pros John and Will Dicks have loft for Oregon Potmastor J L Johnson and family aro thinking of locating In Oregon Three persons wore killed outright two wore fatally injured 14 others moro or lose seriously hurt and enor moue damage was dono to property bv a tornado which swept over Greenwood and Coffey counties Kansas For a pleasant physic take Chamber EasyIy o y W N Craig fori NEWS NOTES F bL Reader an extensive Simpson county farmer Is dead Raleigh N C has voted out the 23 saloons there In favor of ono dispenser George Watkins a Henderson boy was accidentally shot by a companion while hunting In a tight at a lolJIuri reunion In Clinton county Henry Nuoo fatally shot Geo Rush Dr John B Johnson for years ono of the moil prominent physicians In St Louis is dead- Dynamiters are again at work In Montana blowing up a train at Avon on the Northern Pacific Four men were killed and 13 Injure as the result of the wrecking of a woric train at Los Angeles Cal The Union Association of Baptists began Its 00th session at Cyntblana with 100 delegates present Wood alcohol punch killed Frank and Thomas Helms brothers and William Conn all of Philadelphia Jacob Lamioa and Andy Norrell ar dead as a result of a duel with pistol on the streets of Devon W Va Hon Graham Claytor prominent In Virginia politic died suddenly of heart failure at Bedford City Va Joseph Jennlson laughed so hard a a joke be beard In a New York theater that heart disease followed and be diedThe Collector of the Port of New York has received from Boston a con trlbutlon of 120070 to the conscience fundPoliceman Wesley Brown of Bar woundedtJohn Watts a prisoner who attempt ed to escape Four men were killed and twp Injur ed In a head on collision on the Ken sal City Southern railroad near Sham Springs Ark Carrie Nation has taken a vow never again to smash a saloon She says she will devote her time to attacking the manufacturers of liquor George Jones who bad been an In mate ot the Oakland Cal jail for IS years awaiting a second trial for mur der died at the age of 03 John U Herman an aged hermit of Kansas City was horribly tortured by robbers who were rewarded with only a few dollars for their cruelty The property at Tappan N Y whore Maj Andre was executed at a spy has been bought In by the county the owners refusing to pay taxes on It Thomas P Ward formerly the vice president ot tbo Lamar National Ban of Sioux City la pleaded guilty to the embezzlement of 114000 of the banks 1rWilliam McCov shot and killed Ev crete Thompson at Tbacker W Va and fled late Kentucky The shooting Is said to have grown out of the old QatlleldMcCoy feud George Warner the 16yearold son of George Warner in the Louisville jell charged with the murder ot Pulse kl Leeds died at Loganiport lad ot grief over bis fathers deed- BUBBLE Eld PM Tinder will Oil titap polotment at tho Christian church Sunday afternoon- L P Weaver told his cattle to John Robinson at 3io J C Eubanks Is buy lot a lot of 1 2JO pound cattle for C E Miller of Illinois They are averse lot 3c Mr ond Mrs Parker Buckley of KlngmanOblo are visiting theist tars father Mr J W Eubanks Grover McKecbnle has entered school at Danvlllo After an Illness of several weeks Aaron Ball died Monday night of heart failure caused from blood poison and was burled In the Lancaster cemetery after services by Dr Pierce Confessions of a Priest llev John S Cox of Wake Ark write For 12 fears gullercd from yellow jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts of medl circa but got no relief Then I began tgtttII am now a 8e me In its grasp for 12 years It you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general do blllty get Electric Bitters Its guaran teed by all druggists Only 50c The annual report of Presides Smith of tbe L N to the stockhol dare hews gross earnings of 135410 377 81 and net 81147850540 This Is tbo best showing over mado by tbe company He Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that ho once said to Mistress Wesley Why do yo toll that child the same thing over and lover again John Wesley because once telling is not enough It is fa this same reason that you aro told and again that Chamberlains Coug Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these dl Mates to result In pneumonia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by WN Craig LANCASTER relativesInnto Beazley Bros at 4jc Misses Martha and Sallie Elklo will perhaps go to Florida during she win tar Elder F M Tinder of tbe Christian church It holding a meeting la Ua lontowo Rev Smith of Hopkldtvllle has been engaged to bold a protracted meeting In tbe Christian church boo ginning Oct 25 Loulvlllebahis daughter Mrs R L Elkln who has been very Hi Joe Walker has taken a position In the Berndclerk on the L N The total amount raised for different purposes during the W C T U coo vention was about 1300 One person gave 8100 to tbo mountain school at Ulndman There Is an effort on tbe part of some of tbe citizens of the town to get up a ticket opposing the present city coun bolnJrIThe convention had Invitations from Louisville and Mt Sterling to bold tbe next meeting at those places The matter was referred to the State Board and wilt be acted upon at its next meet log tThe Christian Womens board of missions auxiliaries will hold its regu lIar monthly meeting Wednesday Oct 14 and officers will be elected for tbe coming year All members are request ed to bo present presledressed the convention Tuesday even log In the Christian church Sbo is a graceful speaker and possesses a pecu liarly tweet and womanly voice It will be of Interest to members of the W O T U to know that all tbe Suite otllccrs have been retained for tbe ensuing year Mrs Clara Batch of Louisville was made manager of the Gold Medal contest which Is hold annually during tbe convention Mrs Beauchamp State president of the W U T U lectured Sunday night on tbe mountain work It was replete with Information about our mountain neighbors and made fo plain their needs that 8500 was subscribed la a few minutes for the benefit of the school at Hlndman Knott county Prof Wilson the sweet linger of Indianapolis will glvo an entertainment underline auspices of the Ladles Aid Society Thursday and Friday nights next Ho will present panoramic scenes from Beo Bur These views have cost him 81500 and will afford delight ful entertainment for tbe people Let all attend and pees a profitable even log Col Geo W Bain and Mrs Luella MoWblrter lectured to tbe pupils of Tuesk tog Mrs Bcaucbamp was present at the opening nour and talked to tbe pupils on tbe effect of alcohol on tbe human system The pupils appreciate theso courtesies and are grateful to Prof Mannlx for securing these delightful speakers Col Geo W Bolo ot Lexington gave a temperance lecture Sundav afternoon the proceeds for tbe benefit of tbo W O T U The turn of 8200 was subscribed by the Union of the State and the Lancaster people Monday ev calve ho gave hit famous lecture The Searchlight of the 20th Century popularlecturereloquence Is beyond expression and his eudiencegweep and laugh by turns tbe highest type and his wit most characteristic of his nat tonality Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bron chill writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other m edies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings Now Discovery Our niece who lied consumption In an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and to day the is perfectly well Desperate throat and Inng diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to noothcr med icine on earth Infallible for coughs and colds 50o and 11 bottles guaranteed by all druggists Ti ial bottles free Quite a sensation was sprung at Georgetown by the discovery of a huge knife in tbo cell of Caleb Powers A Negro prisoner first told Jailer Flnloy that Powers bad the knife The jail ors little daughter next saw the weap on and Informed her father Jailer Finley thou called Powers out and do manded the kntfo Powers went into cell and produced It Why or how got Itls now being Investigated It Iboclaimed that Powers kept the weep in the leg of his sock A Love Letter Woud not Interest you if youro look- Ing fur a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder uglyusore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured me Its the beet storesrBurlingtonhBardstown Ill resulted in the de struction of a mall car two tanks of oil the train sheds and two carloads of horses and mules The passenger train hoursj To The Voters of Lincoln County FELLOW 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 citizens 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 ment of the condition of our country and I ask that you consider my claims entirely from that standpoint I was born in Lincoln county and within her borders I have spent the cordiallyinviteyoung Adamhood to the present time I am 52 years old a farmer by choice and profession which I consider the noblest calling of man except the ministry The most joyful moments of my life have been when I 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 lave 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 no quarrel or abuse for the saloon keeper He is as good as the law that grants him license the law is as good as the lawmaker and the lawmaker is as good as the voters who elect him I will oppose the schoolbook trust that makes the school books in our state cost more than inothers 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 muck 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 a man being elected by 500 prayers majority But five votes majority settles the case The only safe course for all men to 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 I will not vote for a stock law A W CARPENTER FALL CLOThS I For Men and Boys seOur New Stock is now on the counters ready for inspection In variety and beauty of pattern it is a little better than usual we think Prices no higherthan the qualities justify The styles are selected from the best lines in the country and we are awaiting your pleasure to show them to you T o mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE We Have Just Received Our Superior Grain Drills For thisseasou and have some new improvements andwill take pleasure in showing theta to our farmer friends This drill has been horo cX1i c soy eaTs la this county and you take no risk when you buy the Superi or Higgins MKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings odds 10 por cent tom your propertys soiling value Interior painting gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints theso days go farther anti last longer than over before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you wIn learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky 4 H I ImportantAnnouncementTHE make all I our Fall Goods were bought and in during the next 90 days are not considered We want the money Yolk want the goods PRICE the quick mover of the goods Profits Be time early and get the CREAM of values for at the prices we make theyLESS onWe will give them to you at absolute COST or and Fixtures are for sale Below we give you a few prices just to impress upon your mind will not last long Our Storeroom is for rent how cheap you may buy new seasonable merchandise 6 Regular Goo Table Linen closing out price o480 out GOcRegularRegular 8150 Table Linen closing out I LADIES UNDERSKIRTS S 8Jo All 8100 Skirts go All 8125 Skirts go atDOoAll 8150 Skirts go All 200 Skirts go at1GULadies Dress Skirts Walking Length USJ 100 Skirts now nt 1- 6 r 8200 Skirts nbw at 176 1260 Skirts now at 230- i 83GO Skirts now at 298- a 400 Skirts now at n76 8500 Skirts now at 425 fCOO Skirts now at G 00- G2b8700 Skirts now at 800 Silk Skirts now at price02lI IIatsD8o f4City If 100 go as far as 200 dont fail to come to this 90day are a sample prices sale for rentFixturesservedfirstsale to qUit business come I1out GRAND LEADER Stanford Kentucky i M B CO Se B 41 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL EC WALTON t THOMAS D NEWLAND SR li a candidate for Sheri I of Lincoln county to the action of the democratic patty GEO W DEBORD It a canaUite let Sheriff of Lincoln county snbjtct e to the actlon ef the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR I acandUate for Sberlff of Lincoln county subject to the actlen of the democratic hrh JESSE C LYNN I Lincoln county sect leacdonofthedemeratk I for sherlA of any J JAMES C HAYS to the action of the Is a candidate for Jailer subject M democratic party G WIHERRIN subject to the action of the 1 Is a candidate for Jailer democratic party SAMUEL M racandidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER countyIssubject to the r I CUARGE here and now that Col Belttnap was first compelled to promlio did promise the friends of Taylor Finley Howard and Powers tbat he t would pardon tbeie convicted assassins of your Governor Goebel It and elected and mark my predic It Belknap Is elected and God be will not be you will witness Ieelthe day of the Inauguration the re of Taylor and Charles Finley from each wearing a boutonler of roees and carrying a chromo In bis f pocket and the prison doors at George i town swinging open through which will emerge those convicted assassinsp Caleb Powers and Jim Howard who J will journey to Frankfort Inaugural ceremo to participate In the t fort niceSenator Blackburn at Frank persons were Indicted ai Washington In the postal fraud In vestigation one A W Machen catch I lag It 11 times for conspiracy and three for bribery The whole govern 1mentservice at Washington Is honey with rottenness Vote every i chance you get to turn the rascals out 1 IN one of her recent lectures Mrs Carrie Nation referred to Mr Roose velt as a big old sport a cigarette J fiend and a beer guzzler Cousin Car rte not oDly alls a spade a spade but to be a pretty fair judge of hu rmannature as well TIlE fact that Snowball Belknap voted for a Negro over a Confederate should not gain soldier on one occasion for him a great deal of support from the old heroes who fought for the Lost Cause EIGHTEEN lawyers are defending Murderer Tlllman In South Carolina Desperate cases redulre very desperate remedies but Tillman Is taking a big risk In having so many cooks to spoil the broth I TUB registration all over Kentucky shows democratlo gains another proof i that Gov Bec ham and his splendid ticket will be elected by BO overwhelm j lag majority k DURING the fiscal year the expend itures of the poatofflco department were 8133748487 and the receipts 8134224446 leaving a deficit of 85500 044 This la the smallest deficiency In years and Indicates tbat the promised 1 cent postage Is coming H C Cole mayor of Barbourvllle has announced his candidacy for Cot grass The democrats of Danville gained 57 In their registration The republicans gained 30 The democrats of Clinton and Wayne have nominated John Dobbs of the former county for Representative The President has decided to appoint Judge Wm R Pope to be Associate Justice of the Supreme Court for New t of State Hill has arranged the ballot for the November election The democratic emblem comes In the fret column with the log cabin next During the fiscal year ended June 30 1003 the of the Pos of Rice department were tl33743487 and the receipts 134224440 leaving a deft clt of W560044 The President has appointed John P Nlelde to be United States District Attorney for Delaware Be li supposed to have been by the anti Addlcks element- Tberepubllcan committee of the llth congressional district met at Junction City and ordered a district convention to be held at MIddlesboro Octqber 17 to nominate a candidate for Congress to succeed the late Vincent Borelng HERE A HERE ExGov Peter Turney of Tennes see Is seriously 111 E F Hudson was elected county treasurer of Garrard to succeed O W Sbugars The Ferris wheel of worlds fair fame will likely be taken to St Louis as an Exposition attraction At Lexington J E English shot and killed Borman Johnson colored over 10 cents worth of pork chops By the bursting of a boiler in a stave mill at Croaavllle Tenn three men were killed and many injured Lightning struck a tent In a ran road camp at Kansas City Rae Two men were killed and five Injured Two white men were shot one of them fatally at Henderson Texas by a Negro whom they Intended to flog Six weeks were required to take the census of the The civil- Ized native population Is given at 7i 000000 Two trainmen are missing and sup posed to be dead as a result of a collls Ion of Illinois Central trains on a trestle near Calvert City Granville S Crowder of Franklin while suffering from typhoid fever ate a piece of chicken against his physi clans advice and died Bernard G Witt of Henderson was elected General Grand Captain of the Royal Arch Masons of the United States at Little Rock Ark The Madison county t1 cal court has appropriated 1200 to supplement tho private from the county to the Kentucky Exhibit Associations Worlds Fair fund John Decker of Norwich Conn whose actions at tho White House aroused the suspicions of the guards there was arrested and turned over to the police authorities t Mens Suits Boys Suits Overcoats and Pants at any Old Price 8 208 8500 Suits closing out prico oo 326 000 Suits closing out prlco 408 8700 Suits closing out oo 8800 Suits closing out 1000 Suits closing out price 1 M 1260 Suits closing out prlcoA 100 UO- SMens 1600 60o 8100 Hats COo Mens 8123 Hats SUo Mens 8160 lions 8200 Mens 8260 Hats m Mens 8300 Hats 170 lOinCI afl wool dross goods sold nt Oc closing out prteo nin gar yard 4O Inch black mohair regular Coo goods out prlco 41o jor yard 40inch black mohair regular 8100 goods closing out price 00t per yard 54inch Ilroudcloth regular 8136 goods closing out price We per yard tie dross goods reduced to lOc per yard Me dress goods reduced to lUc per yard only for LEVY LEVY POLITICAL expenditures Philippines subscriptions LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Gentle pony for rate J C McCIa ry Stanford 25 nice feeding hogs for tale J M Pettus Stanford The Lawwlll farm In Boyle was withdrawn ci UO W H Underwood sold to Fred Yon Allman four cows and calves at 110 Blue Grass Seed for sale home stripped Banks Hudson Lancaster KY W C Terbune bought 80 mule colt In NlcholasTlllo Monday at 110 to I50 James McKechnle sold to M Lauber of York Pa 10 twoyearold mules at 70A Logan Denny will move his train log and sales stable from Danville to LexingtonJames bought of C P Blinks five acres of laml adjoining bis farm for 120- 0Waterboy the great Eastern race horse has gone lame and will not race again this season In Missouri mule cotta are selling at 115 to 5350 per head corn 12 per bar rel and if frost stays off farmers wll havu more corn than they know what to do with The owner of Highball the crack 2 year old has authorized Capt May of Lexington to try to obtain a match for his colt with either McChesney or Dick Welles at a mile with weight for ate President Hawkins of the Kentuck Burley Tobacco Growers Association has called a meeting of the association today at Lexington Be claims be has a company that will finance the scheme to handle the crop this year It will take about 7000000 Auctioneer J J McGlonls report about 100 head cattle on the market six 900 pound steers at 127 each Four small common steer calve at 113 each 12 good stock weanling calve at 1155 milk cows from 120 to 130 plug horses from 20 to 35 suckling mule colts from 115 to I40 pair Common old work mules 160 Harrodaburg Herald A large crowd attended W Y Cur rys sale Wednesday and satisfactory prices were realized Shoats sold at 13- to 1505 each sheep It to a5 sows and pigs 112 to 135 hay AS to 60c mules 75 to 1125 saddle horse ISO jacks and enneta 12 to 1130 Household and lichen furniture and farming Imple meets sold well A good dinner was served on the grounds MT VERNON Clrcut Court closed Friday and with Its close terminated Judge Morrow term as circuit judge The lawyers to show their love and appreciation of the Old Judge gave a supper In his hon or which was elegantly served In courses and much enjoyed by all present Hon B J Bctburum acted as toastmaster Judge Alcorn respond ed first followed by Judge R G Wil liams C C Williams L W Betbu rum and Prof BevlngtOn all Of whom paid high tribute to Judge Morrow The Judge responded In a moat touch log manner Mrs Judith Chestnut spent a part of last week here visiting friends and at tending the protracted meeting Mr Geo Ellis and Mlaa Shelton of Stanford visited here Sunday Miss Shcltons many friends wore glad to eee her Messrs Stucky and Sambrook and Meedsraes Stucky Sambrook and Wade Misses Georgia and Mattld Mc Ferron and several others from Living ston came up end attended church mat tight W B of Plnevllle and lobo William of Frankfort were hero Saturday on business Burdette Houk who Is now located at Crab Orchard visited homefolki here Sunday Lyto Adams left Sunday night for St Louis where he will study dentistry IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Qulnlaa Is dead In Boyle Beery Moore has resigned as postmaster at Paint Lick Ho will go westThe Yellow Creek Coal and Lumber Co of Mlddleaboro has purchased mOlt of the land belonging to the lance heirs which embraces 20000 acres of coal and timber land In Bell Rarlan Leslie Perry and Knox counties The concern will develop the property I Wanted to farm of 1M to 1M acre ImprovemeoU asst be rood load land must bolo farming condition Apply at this office A 8 PRICE Surf DentistI Stanford Ky wOsessver UeBabnta Drat Store la the Oa t 7- BuUdlnf dW Wallace Zi Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horse Sheers Wwt Main Btrwt Kentucky If you nee- dPrinting t of Any Kind Give this office a trial PUBLIC SALE I I will tell at public auction on the Dan Tllle pike two miles from Hubble Ky on TIIURSDAY DOT 13 1003 The following described property to wiLt Four good mares all broke to drive work mule 1 yearling ellycolt2cowaandcelvo 3 good feeding hogs farming Implement consisting of 1 McUormlck binder 1 Bujietl or wheat 41111 good Studebaker wagon 1 surrey 1 buggy and harness plowa and plow gear cultivator harrow double hovel tingle shovels grain hairs grind stone Sc 8 stacks of timothy hay tome nice dover hay In stack lot hay In the barn about 20 acres of corn Jo the Sold household and kltcheu furniture Sale begins at 0 A M sharp Terms mide known on day of sale A L SrooNAtiouc Hubble KYL PUBLIC SALE Having decided on account of III health to quit farming I will on SATURDAY OCT 17 1001 Oji the farm of Mrs L Smith on the 1ineAster and Stanford pike IS from Stanford and SX mile from Laneanlcr sell my peronaillfoperty eoMtntlng of 9 good cows with es 1 onlf about week old a Jyurold Shortl rn holfer 11 nice yearling steers weighing not 700 pounds l mare mulolB hands hlgii 1 Jyear old mule 1 good work mare In foal to k Rat hogs 10 100pound shorts 4tO shockof odder 120 bales extra good hay 3 large traw ricks tfO barrel of corn Itacre talk Held with 15 acres of good fresh grass to be rented from Nov 15 to Jan 1 l11e41 farming Implements In good repair aon Nlstlng of a hone walton good as new a Peering binder mowing machine bay rake Superior wheat drill a 3horse cultivator 3 steelbeam chilled plows and plow harness Other things too numerous to men tion Balo to begin at 0 A M TERMS BumiofllQ and under cash over that amount a credit till Dec 1 1003 without Interest with rood negotiable now Fb PEYTON Stanford Ky Corsets the Largest to 35o Corsets closing out price M COo Corsets closing out price 75c Corsets closing out priceU 1M LIg1 111LgUp 4Do 100 Corsets closing out Price126 Corsets closing out price t ii JSOo I 150 Corsets closing out price tu 1 1 11ri Blankets From the Cheapest to the Finest ft- GOc Blankets 104 oloslnu ont prices860 UlnnkPt 101 closing out price 1 100 lllankots 104 closing out price M w 160 Hlankotw 104 closing out pMeeI1 4SoI200 Hlankota 101 closing out prl o 260Blnnkots 104 olosjng out prteo w 300 lilnnkuU 101 closing out price 400 Blankets 104 oloslng out price 283 500 Blankets 104 closing out price 3i closingJ few want to make elsewhere These Storeroom Prors Manager 1 subject I OWENS IIaad nominat triumphantly iTWENTYNINE seems MexicoSecretary championed closing FARM WANTED Stanford wagon Withers Furniture Co Donlors in Pine Furniture CarpotB Rugs Wall Paper Window t q Manufacturers of Frames Shndr a SEE Our 6000 Grain Drill with Fertilizer and Seeder I attachments There is none better I GEO H FARRIS A CO St n rdKyl Wathes Of Qualityifor MeniI Icreditor beautifully engraved CIS- es containing reliable works i 4l I to make perfect Iime pieces PRICES RIGHT W n MUELLER Stanford Ky SATIS g TIED I CONTENTMENTis though c greatstort satisfied with t- heGROCERIESI Tbeyfobtalnyet I am constantly striving a to Improve the quality or In +some other way to better my store or method CoffeeI come close to perfection with J t I e In Iud from cracker to all canned toadeverything hll decided merit 1J W PBRRIN the Grocer Itu I a t II C BAUGHMAN C K MoCouMACK Baughman McCormack II HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY a lrs alserat We cordially invite the people of West Lincoln to call in and ace our goods and give us a portion of their patronage We have added largely to our stock of Gro cerics Hardware Furniture Ac and can please you in any line Our prices are a little LO WElt than the LOWEST Gite us a call f J a f p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 BTANFOIID KY OCT 9 1003 onnIn Oiling your prescriptions we uio I proporUoosI sot do bettor It yon ui double tbo price which la always reasonable Pen cvi Drug Storo PERSONALS MR R D WOODS Sit has beet qulto sick MR J M WARE Is visiting relatives In Lexington 4 Mh A T TKAYLOK left yesterday for Dot Springs MR LUCIUS PERKINS left for Ho Sprlojtlyeterday T J AND BARRY HIM are bot down with typhoid loverwSTEELS BAILEY went to Lexington yesterday to sliced tho trots I HDITOR Louis LANDRAM was hero last night on route to Louisville MRS R 0 FORD of Mlddlesboro t passed down to Louisville Wednesday MRS LOTTIE Puou of Plttsburtr was on yesterdays Northbound passon Ror MR W n TRAYjxm has gone to i baths Hot Springs Ark to take a course of MBSDAMBS W U UNDERWOOD aa- dlADDie Ooltzolaw were In Winchester CAHIIKLI and Miss Mary Car of Uuslonvllle wore hero shop AND MRS Jog DECK of Somer sot were the guests of Mr William Beck and family EDDIE T OARPENTER son of Mr 4 Sandy Carpenter of Duslonvllle Is 111 i at John B Rlffos- MRI W L WILKINBOV of Dccutur Ala Is with his brothers Ed and Frank Wilkinson Miss SARAH CURTIS fell at the hom of James T Jones the other day an hurt herself seriously r MR T 0 WILLIS wife and Miss Nancy Willis were on Wednesday e train bound for Lexington- R L POUTER JR Is assisting In the First National Dank Wilt flays has succeeded him at Parrls ft Gos- MHfiDAMW L U Cools and J M Owens left for Harrodsburg yesterday to visit their sister Mrs J W Bailee MRS CATURRINR MCKINNEY and J Mtsi Mary Carpenter of thcWest Hod were here COD tailing dentists Wednes flay k MR R P WOODS frUnds were glad 10 see him able to tome to town yoster day He has bad a severe tussle with rbMmatlsn MRS MARY GIVBNS went to Mid flftiboro yesterday to visit her son Mr 3 W Olvens Miss Mary Dyrd Glv roar returned with here A LITTLB ado has arrived at the home ol Hon W R Ramsey at Lon don Its mother was the handsome I Mlsi Edwin Adams of Danville HLD JosEiit SEVERANCE Is over from Newtowo Scott county to see his mother who continues ill He mad the trip In his auto In five hours MR CLARENCE DOUGLAS who has boonvisiting hit uncle Mr J Warren Booker left Wednesday for St Louis where be will likely engage In busi ness Mn W H PETTUS of Brodbead Is I holding down the L Na business hero while Agent J S Rice and wile are with friends In Louisville and Lex ingtonMISSES MELLIE nonEn Edna and i Dot Caranlu and Frances Adams anil ItMere Adams Wllllami VanArsdale 1aadTebbltt formed a party and from Husionvllle to the show la night MR S M SlNA ORE wife an J daughter Miss Jewell Spoonamoro Mr Sidney Dunbar and wife and Mr Sallie Sutton all of the Bubble sec tion left yesterday to spend the winter at Los Angeles Cal IN remitting for his paper from Wa terloo Pulaski county Mr M Dow I ard says I am with thewillR Spoils wood Lumber Co and put out about 800000 feet of oak chestnut I poplar and lion lumber this year LOCALS FRESH oysters At II D Campbell CUT roses and One celerat the Stanford +I Urcenbouso tt TimBE show ease for gale W M Craig Pharmacist I ATTEND the sale of Thomas Motcalf Tuesday next 18th Rend his ad elsewhere T DE sure to read KoecnBicIns adv tisement on our fourth page It Is fu of bargains SEE our lino of heating stoves Something pow In a hot butt John Bright Jr Co HON DARVBY HHLJI has acjepted an Invitation to apeak at Nluholasvllle Monday Out 10th SADIE MAC won the Futurity at Lo ington yesterday defeating a field 10 Beet time 212 BALL Aaron Bedhlsl home at Hubblo Monday night of bloodpol soalng Ho was one of the largest men ID the county and was a blacksmith by trade The burial occurred Tuesday Junlrlcelvod PleasepayMarthalI + CARLOAD of American woven wire solddwillbecourt day Cell and see them If you want to buy a horse cheap E BBcaz ley ft BRODIIEAD Doa R C Warren will address the democrats of Rockcas tie at Brodbead tomorrow Saturday afternoon at 130 Tbo grand old war soon should have a good crowd T r Jhill have her opening tomorrow Saturday and she extends all the ladle a cordial Invitation to come and see her goods SATURDAY will be memorial day at the Lexington trot In honor of the late Secretary E W Sbanklln Besides a big card for that day Lou Dllllon Major Delmar Jon Patcben and Prince Alert will attempt to lower their record NOTICE All claims against the City of Stanford must bo tIled each month throe dope before sans regular meet Ing of the city council wllb iho Fi nance Committee composed of M D Elmoro and Cicero Reynolds L R Hughes city clerk Tilt court of claims finished Its la bore and adjourned Wednesday otter noon The claims are fewer In oum ber than last year but the amount will be about the same Josh Wilson pros oat Incumbent was elected poorhouse keeper for three more years agopddOil and Gaa Co on the Hurt farm In Wayne Mr Gco D Weathorlord who was present when the well came In says It glyos poomlso of being the best oil producer In Wayne county NRURO KILLRII While down a tree cear Olloobelra day a Orb Orchard Negro named To Buchanan was Instantly killed by tho tree falling on him The wind was blowing at a terrific rate and tho toll In the oppolte direction from ha expooted THE Railroad Jaak Co gave a good show to a fairly good snore last night The play Is aa Interesting one too act ing was firstrato the music was floe end the enormous male lion played his role to perfection The company Is composed ot ladlesand gentlemen with whom It Is a pleasure to do bushier THE dwelling on the old Ball farm occupied by Mrs Jane Swope burned a lea dope ago causing an notice lots The meat house caught and it was soon lo ashes Nearly all of the contects o- the house went up la rmoko as did 27 hams and a lot of shoulders la too house The loss Is about 11000 wlt no insurance DEMOCRATS will make tbo welkin ring hero Monday next county court day The speaker for the day are lions OeD G Gilbert F F Bobbltt W C Boll and Charles A Hardln Dont tall to hear them Youll feel better by doing so LATER Since the above was put In type Judge R J Brecklnrldge of Danville baa consent ed to come over and give us some good democratic doctrine Perrysl goodbleueapete up e abode In the rear sad of his buggy and when tbo Captain started for a drive coiled Itadlf about bis fret and began t fight hIm By desperate efforts Capt Bottoms succeeded In relieving himself from the intricate situation leaped from too vesicle and made ate way across a plowed Held with the make following him In great bounds The Captain proved too iswltt and escaped from hit pursuer placesREYNOLDS Alter of near ly eight months L D Reynolds died at 1030 Wednesday morning of con sumption aged 22 Ho was conscious up to 7 oclock tbo evening before and was seemingly In good spirits Ho nov cr spoke of dying but was fully prepared to go hence D as ho was familiarly known was the youngest eon andlla bad habit no ono knew it and certain are wo that he sad not a single enemy While working as salesman for J Ba can Son Louisville bo became Jlck and finally came homo to get the ton der Dur tags of his mother which were liberally given him but the dread dl ecaso had gotten its bold and ho was ycetert at o remains wore laid to rest In McKlnney cemetery afterward May the Giver ot all good and perfect glue strengthen the parents brothers and sisters to bear the burden Da death has cane ed SuperiorDleoney ALL prescription rkIntrusted to me will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor to Craig locker AFTER handling the Old Hickory wagon for five years wo have found a better wagon for too farmers for less money The Capital Cell In and see them Carson Ss Ponce SPRooRAmChristian Co operative meeting to bo sold at Mt Olive church four teller south of Crab Orchard on Chappelli Gap pike Saturday Oct 17 10 A u Devotional Exercises A J Daugbertee 1015 The Needs of Mission Work In Lincoln County Dr W M Deere 1035 Son- g1040Addrcss J W Bagln Song EvangelistJ1130Report of Churches 12 Noon recess dinner on grounds 11 M Devotional Services 116 Address W G Montgomery 1 MO Song 146 Sermon Joseph Ballon 216Address F M Tinder 300AdjournmentL P W CARTER Cho- W H SHANKS Secy DURING JuJgo M C Saufleya taro well address to the Mercer grand jury be sold As you kDowlwIth the close of this term of court my official rela eouDtywillmay be short or long as It is guagcd by the standard each one shall apply and pot necessarily by the standard of du ratloaeleven years I repeat have peeled since I held my first term of court within the historic walls of this building Within that time many changes and all of them sad to me in the personnel of the members of the bar and officers of the court have taken Postong themas obliging clerk in whose hand a honest dollar never stuck all of the timetncstor of this bar still survivor his physical vigor somewhat Impaired but his mind still retaining much of that alertness and vigor of comprehension which has made him easily a peer among the great company of distinguished law yers of Kentucky In taking Qoai leave of you gentlemen as I soon shall do and of those for whom you stood In this present service I nave no feeling other than tbo kindest and most re spectful CHURCH MATTERS Rev EldrIdge of Troy will SuedebHoward Buford presented the Bap flat church with 1500 on the new church This makes 12000 that he has contributed Harrodsburg Herald Dr J B Erwin pastor of a prom sent Nashyllle church pleaded guilty to the charge of excessive use of loins leant before the Tennessee Methodist Conference at Murfreesboro Elder J Q Montgomery closed a tea days meeting at the Christian church i Junction City on Wednesday night which resulted In three additions 1200 was raised which will go toward repairing the church hakd an churches at Parksvllle Hebron Anderson county and tbo Caldwell p0uParksvllle which very much displeas ed his congregation and crested quite a great deal of comment In the com munity Some of the members frankly told the pastor that they were very much displeased whereupon be resigned not only the pastorate of tbo throe churches but left the Cumberland Pretbyterlaq ministry and joined the Methodist church of which ho had formerly been a member Now has juet been received that he has been ro tamed as pastor of a Methodist church In Indiana Advocate Rev Shell was also pastor of the Walnut Flat church A WOMANS COIILEXIONIt Is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sal lowness or greaiinessof the skin by tho use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the II beauty doctors II The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion Is by purifying and enriching the blood which olin only be accomplished by keeping the liver healthy unit active The liver Is the Beat of disease and blood pollution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleantesand enriches tho blood 1 purifies the complexion It also cure constipation biliousness nervousness and Induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been known to cure the most pronounced and dls tressing rarer of dyspepsia and Indiges flea New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists MATR IALIIPlato Moore aged 21 Casey MlssZallle Byrd 18 worn married at Joseph Byrda Tuesday I N 0 Gann of Somerset but former TatealsoweakftWith an acquaintance of less than six hours Mr Samuel isville sad Miss Willie AlexaoderIIwere married at Owensboro UOltedlStatel Platt was 70 years old last July MaggioNailer atSupttleman Tuesday The brIde Is a dough exceedingIq sturdyarmorswent Immediately to housekeeping n PUBLIC SALE OF LiveStocMropsPer SOflItyc hawing sold my farm I will at my residence 1 milo West of Camp Dick Robinson in Gnrrnrd county Ky FridayOcll6tLiJ 1903 Expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder all of ray LIVE STOCK CROPS FBSDUUT So 100mof es and mules CO raid of hogs The snore tock consists of 12 bend of 1100 pound foaling cattle 8 hood of year ling softie 30 head of milk cows 12 head Polled Angus hoifere 1 Polled Angus bull 10 hood of butcher cat tie 20 head of calve Horses and Mules Fifteen head extra yearling mules 8 head of extra work mules 5 to 7 years old 6 head of 2 year old mules 5 mule colts 1 pony mare and colt 4 jouueu 12 head of Brood Mares QUEENys a brother of Gypsy Queen ELLA Co with colt at her side by Montgomery Chief and several other fine bred sad alsotmares and geld ings LADY LAWSON the fine 2 yearold a full sister of Gypsy Queen One 3YEAR OLD FILLY by Al liewood very fast Farming Implements as follows Four 2horse 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 Ac ot all kinds Also Vehicles Consisting of 1 carriage with polo and double harness 3 buggies 1 dump cart Saddles bridles and single bar ness Also one full set of black smith tools sad tho following CROPS 150 barrels of old corn GO tons of timothy hay 20 tons of oats 25 aCres of growing corn 16noros of hampin shock 1 auras of sorghuni in shock 10 acres of tobacco in barn 226 bushels of extra seed wheat of lute importation Household Furniture All my household furniture rob stating of several bedroom sets 1set dining room furniture 1 Eilvorcliime I organ carpets chairs Ac of every description Terms Made Known Day of Sale f tSrSale to begin promptly at 0 M L M DUNN I IDANVILLE i S 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 eeeseessa Cummins a McClary FjEE TijEY ARE e The best the market affords Look them over and see who can equal them VHocker Bootees85 Manse Shoes 1350 to 15 Ed clens Standard rubber lined boot absolutely water proof 460 Kdclens Water King high top rubber lined shoe 93 Edelena Honest Mike boots 350 Edelena Honest Mike shoes f2Ede lens Level Bestt school ihoeand IIonest Mike school shoe fl85 and 12 Ultra the queen of women shoes 360 Urockport made by the Ultra people n This is the CRKAM of our stock We have many cheaper grades in good quality and style seer Torms Cash HJMRoberts i 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 and best quality to be had nor the MONEY Our motto is Your Moneys WorthI SEVERANCE 8c SON UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves ISee Hot BlastTube InDoor Cat Range Cook and Heating Stoves of all grade and at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT JR CO f 4I PRICES ACTUALLY SLAUGHTERED rM I The New York Stores Remarkable Sale of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods v Lincoln and adjoining counties in the Dry Goods Clothing Shoe and Gents Fur We have determined to offer the greatest inducements over presented to the citizens of nishing Line Our stock must go and in order to make it go wo are going to oiler for the next ten days prices without a parallel in Central Kentucky 1 cad below thequota lions and call at our store and we will prove our determination to sell the goods now in stock a MENS CLOTHING Mens suits worth from 400 to 90 at 1350 choice An immense lot of f8 and II suits will all go at 493 Our biggest otter Is on our elO f11 f12 and e13 suits which are made up of the very best of materials and are the lat est styles will go during this sale at 850 Also a big assortment of nl f15- f16 f17 and t18 suits will go now for 375 Boys knee suits sties from 4 to 15 years are worth 125 and 150 will go now at 85 cts Our f2 and 250 boys suits 818 and our f3 and 350 boys suits will go now at 81DS boys suits worth 450 to 750 go at 390 Youths suits worth 250 to 350 go at tIOS Youths suits worth U to 10 at 343 Youths suits worth ei to e10 at S Mcus every day pants 250 pairs will go now at 75c your choice t Mens pants worth t150 and 2 at 118 Mens pants worth 250 and fJ at I flOS Mens pants worth 1350 to at 265 A big lot of mens overcoats blacks and blues worth 1310 and 17 go at 303 Mens Raglans worth 7 to 110 will go your choice for 13 BOOTS AND SHOES Mens Brogan shoes at 83c Mens fullstock Brogans worth 125 and 11 NEW YORK STORE I Next to Lincln Bank Ky PA Cltuurt mil tho a lnrort nl twrth Cum xp diwur ft ba icc8 Traylor DEALT RS IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer GInars Etc rIOpente Huse- Olozeto Depot HAIR IBALSAM soma ramotM anyMfLU- oaavsnIUIt i STANFORD KYI and lIne attention Nothing but the 11Prompt phon er telegraph orders beI I 1 D Wearcn Fire and Tornado Represents The Home of New York the largest company in the world Assets as regards pol C1 holders f943GOJ869 Farm property In Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanford IRBMahonyInsurance Insurance flaent InsuranceI 11871063512- Surplus Kentucky Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in to counties ol incoln and Tasty who may be seeking insurance against hire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Com represented and the low rat pwetble rates are guaranteed Phone h- 2Stanford Kentucky Fir Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitablestrongest- in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness r OFORpsB- LACKDRAU6NT r CONSTIPATION Isnothingmorethan an andnothingleesthanvitaletagnation If every constipated sufferer allowingpoisonous system he would soon get relief Constipation invites kind of contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ailments disappear when constipated are relieved Thed tboroughlydPBns and natural manner without the of calomel or other violent cathartics He sure that the nal Thedfords DUckDrougEt made by Tho cine Sold by all druggists in 25 cent and 100 packages Morgan Ark Kir 5 1001 I rtanot rwomnif nil Thfdforiii Illsck Draught too bUbir kep U In tar hOQH all the time red lists mted U for the but ta roan 1 Rarer tare r children Lay other Uxstlrs I tttiV totld never be able to work w Cheat o f uroet ot kiss koahled wIH ratutlpstloa Tor e4tel b opfMcFlBLim i R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Illy Offlc over Higgins tt McKlnneye Stor Telephone K 91 DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in Myors Houso Flats TREES BY THE MILLION FALL 1903 Fruit and ornamental rrape vines small fruits evergreens rhubarb asparagus and everything for lawn and but best prices to the planter Both phones Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYBB BON- SL9ztngton Ky Produce And Poultry Wanted I t desire to buy your Eggs Pouttry and all kinds ot Country Produce Illde Featben Etc Will market price Brlog them to Christians Turkey House Stan ford Ky XOUTnCQTT is THOMAS J H BOONE t CO Proprietors UIVEflY flND STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal PUBLIC SALE I On the John Bailey farm 312 miles from Turuersrllle I IIIU on j SATURDAY OCTOBER 10TU At public ouctlon the following described- property to wit Two work bones ono milk cow calves six eooponnd heifer 12 lone yearling steers one nqw surreloDe spring wagon wagon one new set of buggy harness and one old set set of wagon harness one good saddle one cultivator two turning plows ono A harrow all kinds of small tools too numerous to mention lOiushelspt bill on- Ions household and Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock AI Terms made known on day of sale W A ORCBB3 J P Chandler Auctioneer I PUBLIC SALE I Iil auction at the E D Kennedy farnirtwo miles west of McKln net onfUE3DAY OCT 13 1003 The following described propertv One 7yearold mule tyear old mules tam lIy hone saddle hone ln hog 2 milk covrs good bull 3 helter Household and kitchen furniture Including a new sowing machine Oood portion of the furniture Is new and all Is In good repair acres of orn In field and a lot of hay good two lone wagon with splendid now bed plows harnt 8 cultivators etc Oood surrey harness and wagon harness Terms made 0 known on McKinney W UriTANNER Ky PUBLIC SALE Of Personal Property 1 lluving wild my farm will sell at public auction on TUESDAY OCTOBER 13th My personal property consisting of mules homes cattle 103 oxtra good young ewes buck turned together In Augusts Oood carriage buggy i nd buck boardFarming Implements Consisting of binder 2 mowers Thomas hay rake Disc harrow 9 DoubleA har rows 2 cultivators 2 doubleshovel plows corn planter 2 two hone wagons one be- Ing new buggy and carriage harness AUo a lot o- fHousehold and Kitchen Furnl nlture In tat everything uied In farming and housekeeping sell pony harness and trap for children Sale to begin promptly at 10 oclock on the premises halfway between Stanford ItrltemembnT D English Auctioneer 1150 at 81 Mens everyday working shoe seamless worth 150 and 175 for el2j Mens fine shoes worth 8125 and 150 for 81 Mens fine shoes worth e2 and 250 at 148 Mens fine shoes worth from e3 to 350 at t2 50 Patent leather and Viols worth eJ and t5 at 350 A big lino of boots at e12j 150 pairs of mens boots worth 175 to 250 at 105 Mens boots worth from 350 to f5 at 3 Mens Bootees worth f5 at 350 Mens felt boots at e150 Mens felt boots snag proof worth 12 and 250 will go at 185 Mens felt boots worth 3 and 350 will go at 243 A big lino of Ladles Shoes at OSc Ladles shoes worth 150 and 175 at 115 Ladles flno shoes worth e2 and 250 at 143 Ladles flue shoes worth fJ 350 and el choice of all at 242 Childrens shoes at your own prices Low prices will astonish youl MENS UNDERWEARO- ver 150 dozen of mens underwear will go atocts 250 dozen mens fleece lined underwear worth from 50 cts to 75 cts a garment will go now at 35c A big line of mens flno shirts choice for 40 cts A big line of mens hats will now go at 75 cts to 125 Fourquarter blankets worth 75c and n a pair at LOc All wool blankets c Rosenstein Co door FEED REASONS WHY GOOD CITIZENS SHOULD VOTE AGAINST RE PUBLICAN STATE TICKET Long List of Lawless Acts Un der Taylor and Bradley Numerous reasons can be given why voters should not cast their ballots for Col Belkoap In tbe coming election The comparison of the administration of Gov Beckbam with tbe administra tlon of his two predecessors W B Taylor and WO Bradley ebow plain ly why the people of the State should prefer democratic rule rather than government bv tbe republicans Among the reasons why citizens should vote against Col Belknap and the republican State ticket are the fol lowingKentucky stolen from Bryan In 1890 Bradley administration extravagant and corrupt with scandals In public Institutions The use of tbe military In Louisville and of thin ballots In the mountains the purpose of both being the defeat of the popular will and tbe debauching of tbe ballot box The calling out of tbe military under Bradley to overawe the Legislature and prevent the election of a United States Senator and by Taylor to do troy the Legislature and prevent the election of a governor Tbe dispersal of tbe Legislature at the point of the bayonet and Its chat log through the streets of the State capital by an armed soldiery The defiance of tbe court by Taylor and his overthrow of tbe great writ of habeas corpus The thousands of desperadoes carried to Frankfort In tho disguise of soldiers The threats and plots of assasslna ting the Supremo Court and the flight of that tribunal from Frankfort to es capo death The conspiracy to kill oil enough members of tbe Legislature to give tbe republicans a majority The bloody assassination of Governor GoebelThe pardon of tbe accused assassins of Governor Goebel by Taylor The flight of Taylor and Finley to Indiana after their Indictment for the assassination of GOY Goobel The long and desperate fight made by Powers and Boward to escape tbe just consequences of the crime for which they have been Indicted and twice convIcteda flghlmade possible poly by the voluntary financial contri butions of republicans all over tbe StateX Y A PAINT LICK The bank at thin place will be core pleted this week Human k Rucker are adding a new front to tbelr mill Ernest Woods shipped several oar loads of stock from this place to Cin cinnati Mid Ross of Klrkavllle and Miss Laurb Bnrldge of this place were tarried In Jelllco Sunday Mrs Ada Ely of Peebles 0 Is tbe guest of her mother Mies Gallic Adams was accompanied home from Rich mond Sunday by Miss Lee Prather and Messrs Chenault Duncan and Donlldson Almon Mies Eva Fish of Mt Vernon Is the guest of Miss Ella Smith Miss Mary Ballard of Rich mond was tbo guest of Miss Mettle McCormack recently Mice Belle Wocn er of Bartford Is trlmmtrig for Mrs Martha Ely again this Benson Broke Into His House- S Leo Quinn of Cavendish Vt was rubbed of his customary health by lava ion of chronic constipation When Dr blsIto cute 25c at all drug stores FOR SALE Four horses one twohorse hack one wagon one twoseated Jersey wagon two buggies two sets wagon harness one dou bleact surrey harness two acts buggy bar nets and passenger trans tar tram Moreland to good paying builness OHA8 JOHNSON Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Roal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persona wlshlnr to brayor ell farms will do well to see us We bays a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased tq show any one what we have It you desire to sell It In our band Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford K- yPUBLICSALE I will sell publicist J J McKlnneys farm at Mt 11on THUU8DAY OCT 11 190J The following described Klve milk cow I calves 17 1100pound oaths bunch of UOpound cattle lot nf 1000 pound cattle 2 good brood mare In fpal to thme old horse gentle 2 yearold horse 3yearold mulo suck 33 good ewes sows and shoats buggy and harness farming Implement and honsehold and kitchen furniture Terms- made known on day of sale Sale begins at BAM L D LEWIS PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at Lame one balf mile from IluttotiTllle on the Dradfordsvllle pike on- THUBSDAY OCT 29 1001 My farm of 81 acres of good land well watered and Has a com goodbarnswrits creek runs through It Will the following described personal property Mare In tOil three horse by tonlI cows 3 calves 2 yearllnpteer and heifer 2 brood sew wagon buckboard 1 set of harness organ home hold and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 11304 u sharp Terms made known on day of sale MRS MANMIR IIAKlEK Huitonvtlle Ky T D English Auctioneer J+ G+ 1cc1MrY r UNDER EDt BAL1tIEH And Doaltar In SAEETESS abUILERY e50 Stanford Ky J LI BeazlcyCo J Undertakers and- Embalmera ALSODB1LXMI FurnltnreMattInJ8Rngs They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stork Give them- a call Prices right iTANFORD KENTUCKY worth 350 to 5 will now go at 250 Comforts that art worth and fl25 will go at 75o Comforts worth flOO to 2 at OSa A big lino ladles skirts from tl up Dont forget to see our big lino or Ladles Jackets and Capos latest styles A big lino of Jewelry and Watcbcs at cut prices for tho next ten days f MENS FURNISHING GOODS Twentyfive dozen of Mens uptodato Shirts with or without cults worth prleuforlOc for 5c Ladles and Childrens Hose worth 100 our price for tho next ten days 5c Fifty dozen mens handkerchiefs at 3o 75 dozen mens hand kerchiefs worth lOc our prlco for tho next ten days 7Jo 50 dozen mens over alls double front all styles worth 50c our price for tho next ton days 40oj 50 dozen mens overall jackets worth toe for 40o 75 dozen mens and boys daysApriers for tho next ten days County National Stanford AltER n First National BankOttntord Kyt Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as tbe Deposit Bank In less then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In list and again reorganized as the First National lark of Stanford la ISJJ having had practically an uninter rupted existence 41 yean It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact nerbetoreAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and car porations Solicited J wsp aetiitata Craig J B Paxton J B Owsley 811 Shanks O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors The Farmers Rank A Trust and under same maDa Hoping such business relations will prove beneficial I KY Fit a Call jOffcllrs J J 8 HOOKER Prest J J Car W U WEAKEN Dkpr I a F Reid DanrllU T Harris Stanford L Hooker Stanford s W P Walton Lexington v 8 II Raughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble FORt rGuns Ammunition c Go To j a s W N CRAIG PharmacistSuccessor to lit lIocleerJSTANFORDhKENTUCKY a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ea r 1CAPITAL STOCK VSOOOO Directors W to Company continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT mutually HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Goods Warranted GuaranteedGive McnOllEKTS Directors NCKloneyIII Stantor4W Officers 8 n 811ANK8s President J B OWSLEVOashisr lW U BRIGHT Asst Cashier FORRENT r Mr storeroom recently occupied byWm nerante Will rent f yearsj For Sale or Rent 1 4 tt My house and lot of lOaeres li mile tomonlIIe on lIultotlYlI1e Jlradfonb goodIHOME FOR SALE Nice oottage of tour rooms eight agree ef Btsntordrorfluston I MRS nBTTIE IIARN9TT NOTICE I All aeooat duo W L Evans not Pp bidderOKORQK D WKATHEKIOUU W L Brans THEAinfirmaryIs coolull4tlooProfessNonal and must M paid promptly Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture Special attention given to tho development of thought as the true basis of Pro Calcureidence Main Street