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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s r SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t s VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 19038 A M NO 65 t The Clcoro of Tho Mountains Takes Pen in Hand CRAB OnctuitD KY Oct 12Not withstanding I bad an appointment to peak In Stanford today yet as 1 ice that ODD O U Gilbert Col Drcckln s ridge Dell and Hardln are all to speak t I iball not bo thero for I am no quar ter racer and cannot run a fourmile beat In A quarter itrotcb therefore ai Alexander laid when asked who should succeed himliThe most deserving Let my time bo given to tbe most de serving and let tbo speakers Impress upon the people the Importance of the Issue whether the rein of government shall be entrusted In the hands of the party that represents law and order or v to lawlessness vloleooo and crime Whether or not the glorious old ban ner of democracy Ibllljlo down lode feat for the pardon of Jwlah Raleigh for thouowlio aod mn poll tic Interpoil J tlon of executive clemency wbo should hue been satisfied with the uoexplred term or that the pardoning power should devolve to the party pearly all t of whom need a pardon It would take up most of the four year of Delknap to I pardon 100000 guilty men men guilty I as principals In the first or second degree or al accessories before or after tbe fact All the State cxoflloem of the preceding admlnltlrailoo were more or less guilty nearly all the lead en and thousands of the rank and file wore guilty In some degree Governor Durbla blmolf la guilty at accessory alter tbo fact Doesnt he know that there was a conspiracy to murder Docint ho cnow that In pur nuance of that conspiracy a bloody t assassination was committed Doeint be receive relieve comfort and assist tbo felons Aod In doing 10 doniot ho violate his oath of ofllco to obey tbe constitution of the United States Doeiot bo know that the constitution of the United States says fugitive from Jaitlce In one State fleeing to another shall be delivered up on demand of the executive of the State from which he j fled to be removed to the State having Jurisdiction of the crime It the anas slas are not guilty why are they ap plauded when their names aro men tloned In a republican convention Innocent why applauded uolessapprov leg their blooJy deed Let the demo orallc speakers admit tho error of our executive and that the precedent of Bradley and Drown are no excuse A democratic administration should baye been admonished by their error In stead of Imitating them The people taro but little for tbo Calboun fee the paying oft the State debt with their moeey or lonllglblllty or minor Issue What the people want to know Is that tbo laws shall be faithfully executed sod the verdict of lurles and judg moot of courts bo carried out and en forced and not overridden and tramp led under toot by the executive of eith er party I have mixed much with the people during the last four week and I have seen exalted audience on their feet and It was because I was playing upon the popular chord the strict and impartial enforcement of tho law Tho very existence of the republican party Ii now at stake In Kentucky The lives I of many republican are now at stake I money from abroad and money at homo will bo freely and profusely contrlbu F J ted to save the life of tho party and the lives of ltd member Shall that party be again Intrusted with tbo helm of state Shall disorder anarchy and ass anloallon bo enthroned at Frankfort Shall tho grand old democratic party ht stranded on the rocky coat of de feat It will bo unless every good clt Jpujn does hU wbolo duty In voting right aad Inducing Bother to voto right FODNTAtNB FOX BOlllllTT CHURCH MATTERS Rev W M Wood closed a protract ad meeting at Salvlsa Mercer county with 21 additions The committee of the Tennessee J 0 Intoxi 4AlethodltConterencotrylpgDr A sue pending tbo minister for sir months I j Pour of tho members think Dr Erwlns punishment has bean severe enough There will probably bo two reports be fore tho conference The meeting at the Christian church will continue through this week and possibly longer Thorn haye been some 96 additions to the church while tbo members have been greatly awakened to duty Eld Funnon Is an excellent expounder of gospel truths and largo crowds aro present at every service 01Tbo singing by Prof J Walter Wll eon Is a malt pleasing feature of the meeting The moat northerly church In tbD world Is the little wooden building sit uated In tbo highest point of Slbnrla 72 miles north of the oily of Yakuatsk which has the lame of being the oldest city on the globe It was built by Rui elaa convicts and services aro held but very few times each year In It TbeI little church was discovered by a I German explorer Eternal snows eurI round that district LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J M Iettui sold to Lutes S Co 23 hogs at 41c- Gentle pony for salo J C McCla ry Stanford Parsons St Wooer sold to Jas II Oaugbman Co a butch of shoats at- Go Shelby Shelby bgujjbt 300 sheep at 1323 and sold a lot of corn In the Held at 12 M J Farrls sold a carload of hogs to Russell of Harrodsburg at BJo AdvocateLutes Co shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a carload of hogs they bought at 4i to 4lo FOR SALtI have 48 heed of No1 light feeding cattle for sale John W Miller Lancaster 8t Seven sows and 47 pigs by thoroughbred Berkshire boar for sale I C Drown Hartwell Ky Scott Hudsons Jay McGregur won Ibo Johnstono Stake al Lexington Sat urday Best time 211 Dobbins the famous American stal lion owned by Richard Crokbr was killed In London to end his suffering W G Cowan sold to Jesse P RlfTe 22 1160 pound feeding cattle at 4 ate Uo bought a bunch of yearlings here yesterday at 34c Caspian tbo second favorite won the Transylvania for 212 trotters at Lex ington Friday Hawthorne the favorite did not show Luclon Lync the Lexington boy won the Imperial Produce Plate Stake race at ICompton Park London with James R Keenos Lancashire The race was worth I150CO Tbo Picket will bo raced again next year In the East He Is already enter ed In the 160000 St Louis Worlds Fair handicap and the Saratoga ipe clal also worth 50000 LOST An old dark roan cow 11 or 12 years old wldo borne both tips oft very tall lengthy sow and yearling Jersey steer welgnt about 600 pounds Liberal reward D F Ferrell More landLouis Martin and James Edward of Mercar county have lost almost their entire largo herds of cattle from some mysterious disease The cattle become desperately sick and all medicine seem to have no effect After seeing John M work a mile In 2031 at Lexington Saturday E E Smathers paid owner Fleming 10000 for him Mr Smathers also paid 13 000 for Kent winner of second money In the Transylvania COUNTY COUKT There were 160 cat tleon the marketycslerday and most of them sold M J Farrls bought 76 600 to DOOpounders at 21 lo3o Some common cattle sold as low as Uo Mules were in demand at good prices Saturday was a great day at the Lex- IngtOn trots Besides a good card Major Delmar was sent to boat Lou Dil Ions record of 204 i to a wagon He went the distance In 2031 Prince Alert to beat 159 went In 159 Lou Dillon then went a mile to a wagon In 2011 smashing all records According to tbo monthly report of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Agriculture corn Is the only cereal that shows an Increase over last year average and that only In a very slight degree The condition Is 108 as compared with 79 6 last year Kentucky shows a sllgbi falling off In the average of the corn crop- MATRIMONIAL Milo Shanks formerly of Richmond but now living In Washington City will be married on the 21st lo Mlts An nio Lee Payne of that city The general council of the Evan gelical Lutheran Church In session at Morrlstown Pa passed resolutions declaring against divorces us a crime not to be mitigated or apologized for An antcnupilal agreemant under which the bride will receive 81000000 In lieu of her dower rights Is said to be a legal formality which precedes the wedding of Richard T Crane 70 and Miss Emily Uutohlnson 30 of Chicago The date of the marriage of Mr W Reed Embry and Mies Sutan Rodcs has been sot for Nov llib and will occur at her beautiful country homo on the Pleasant Ulll pike on that late at high noon It will be a pretty home wedding and will bo looked forward to ns one of the social events of tbo season countyshandeomeet ladles and the groom Mr W Reed Embry of this city Is ono of the edi tors of the Danville Newe and ono of the most popular young mon In this section Advocate Ran A Penny Through His Hand While opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Bay NY ran a ten penny nail through tho fleshy part of his hand I thought at once of all tbo pain and soreness this woulircause mo Lo says and Immediate applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my surprise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by W N Craig NEWS NOTES Russell Sago cats five meals a day Davis Stone a wealthy farmer of near Blnomfleld died suddenly The fiveyearold son of Dorscy Mc Clure of Mlllersburg was killed by falling from a wagon Drown county Is the only county In the State of Indiana that has not a ea loon within Its borders Louis W F Hart founder of the Hart Hardware Company Louisville dropped dead of apoplexy Fortyseven New Jersey citizens with bad stomachs organized an anti dyspeptic club In Jersey City Charles Frohman of Now York Is manager of 15 theatres In his city and his payroll amount to 1150000 per weekLeonard C Dare of Walkerton lad was robbed nod killed by tramps while stealing a ride on a Northern Pacific trainNew York women of wealth and so cial position have started a servants guild for the advancement of the work log girls At Lincoln Neb livery stable men and undertakers are planning a com bind whereby they expect lo reduce the cost of burials James Johnson a Lee counly farmer sold his farm for 81800 and shortly after was held up by masked men and robbed of It all E F Thompson a farmer of Frank lin county was found banging to a rafter In his barn He committed sui cide It Is supposed A two montbsold child of Larkin McGlone of Greenup got a bean In lu throat lid died while two physicians were attempting to dislodge It Mrs A J Smotena of Grand Rap Ids IB hanged her oneyearold child and then herself Insanity caused by health was the causo of the act One man was killed and one fatally Injured by a train on the Buffalo aod Allegheny railroad plunging over a 50 foot embankment near Oil City Pa Mayor James M Head of Nashville was elected president of the League of American Municipalities at the closing session of the convention In Baltimore KenItucleynal Insurance order which will be In corporated at Plttsburg at an early dateTwenty seven white men were Indict ed by the Federal grand jury at Wynne Ark on charges of attempting to drive Negroes from the country by threats Plans were greed upon at Iod aoap oils for the creation of the Structural Building and Trades Alliance of Amer lea Ono million men will be affected by the organlzulon- Wro Jones wbo was hanged at Lao vlllo Va Friday left a note confess ing to the murder for which ho was hanged and two others aswell as the wrecking of a train at Clifton Forge VaIndictments charging conspiracy to bribe wero returned by the Federal grand jury at Cincinnati against Dan- Iel V Miller late Second Assistant At torney General for the postofflce de partment and Joseph Johns an attorney of Rockvllle Ind Walter Wilson wbo pleaded guilty In Now York to Indictments charging robbery and carrying chloral knock out drops was sentenced by Recorder God to to 13 year Imprisonment 14 years for robbery and 19 years for car rying the knockout drops Luclllo Mulball 13 years old and a friend of President Roosevelt won the 11000 atcorroplng contest defeating the best known cowboys In the South west The conditions were that three steers wero to bo roped and tied In the fastest time and the Contest was open to all Mh j Mulhall threw her first toesecondand while tbo third was ropod thrown and tied In the remarkable fast time of 40 seconds- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Bo Voted On At The Novem ber Election CHAPTBR 50 An act to provide for amendment to Section 1S1 of the Constitution of Kentucky The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income II senses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Im- posItion of an ad valrcm tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water beat Ing telephone telegraph electric light or electric power company Fora pleasant physic take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy- o take Pleasant in effect For sale by WN Craig LANCASTERI Mrs Joe Eason died Wednesday af ter a long and painful Illness MrTS Elkin Is visiting bis son Snerley In Mlddlesboro who has recently been made proprietor ofITbe Mlddlesboro the most popular hotel there Eld Tinder pastor of the Christian church was greeted by a largo audi ence Sunday morning He has just returned from holding a meeting atNorlb MIddlelown with 27 additions The frelnds of Mrs Lena Jennings were shocked to hear of her death on Friday at Richmond She was the sit terlnlaw of John Greenleaf formerly of this county but now cashier of a bank at Richmond The Stanford aod Lancaster foot ball teams lined up here Saturday Although ibo teams were evenly matched In weight the Lancaster boys won by a score of 2 too Anderson and Saulley umpIre and referee time of game 62 minutes Mrs Emma Kauffman received a telegram calling her to Richmond on account of tbo serious Illness of Mrs Lena Jennings John W Miller IB in the mountains attending to the shipping of his immense apple crop Ho has sold the entire lot to Louisville merchants The Crescent Comedy Company which appeared hero several years ago under the name of the Hawthorne Sis tore will show in the oourt house Oct 15 10 and 17 Their performance U acceptable to the most refined and cultured taste and we speak for them liberal patronage Mr Severance of Stanford the for tunate owner of a handsome auto came through town Saturday en route to Scott county A horse belonging to James Sutton unaccustomed to this mode of travel became frightened and overturned the buggy injuring Mrs Sutton and child The horse was kill ed In the accident Miss Florence Zelgler of Cincinnati is visiting Miss Elsie Zimmer Miss Marie Joseph has returned from a Vii it to relatives at Dayton and Cincinna ti Rev Chumbley has returned after a pleasant stay In Virginia Mrs Wayts the venerable mother of R H Batson has returned from a lengthy stay In Cincinnati Mrs J R Mount has returned to Covlngton after a visit to the family of R E McRoberts Only a Bluff John W Yerkca denies that he was In conference with Taylor at Indianap oils He doesnt Intimate however that he has gone back on his assassin friend whom be entertained at his home In Danville after everybody knew he was the bead of the conspira cy that encompassed the death of Gov Goebel By the way It Is not generally known but It Is the fact neverthe less that Taylor bad asked Mr Yerkes to bring suit against the writer who was then editor of the Stanford INTE RIOR JOURNAL for 825000 damages for charging that be was the head of that conspiracy Before the plans could be matured however the fiend wbo ought long since to have dangled at tbe end of a rope confessed tbe guilt of which we charged him by fleeing to Indiana and seeking the protection of another assassin lover It la a remark able fact that In an editorial Immedi ately succeeding tbo assassination of Gov Goebel we stated our belief as to most of the parties engaged In the con spiracy which has since been corrobo rated by evidence with singular cor rectness Lexington Democrat Only a Very Few Published It Ie not possible for tbe proprietors to publish more than a very fen of the nu merous letters received In pralso of Cbam berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and telling of its remarkable cures They como from people in every walk in lifo and from every State in the Union The following from Mr T W Grcathouso of Prattshurg la1 speaks for iteolfI would have been dead now but for the use cf Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured moot chronic diarrhoea after seven years of suffering I can never say too much lu praise of that remedy For sale by W N Craig Enormous damage has been done by floods In Northern New Jersey Soutt eastern New Yorlc acd Northwestern Pennsylvania but the worst losses are at and around Patterson N J where tbo direct losses may exceed those of tbe great fire of two years ago Fifteen hundred persons are homeless and many others suffer It ls feared the waters have weakened the walls of many mill buildings and will cause sue pensions for weeks The report of tbe Trial Committee adoptedbymlnlltryforminoritydidwill be talcenI n n A WISE MAN Will select hisFall Suit and Overcoat now while tho stocks are full and fresh Its the old story of the early bird feast We have readytowear Clothing with all thc style fit and quality that you can get from a merchant tailor and very much cheaper Come in and look arr T De mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE MlddleburgpikeWednesday October 28th J903 This beautiful homo of 122J acres It is well Improved as the above picture of the house will show The land Is nil in grass and Is fertile soil- TERMS81750 cash balance In one two three and four years at per cent Interest milIltpositioo and no buyblddlng JAMES FRYE Hustonvllle Ky We Have Just Received Our Superior Grain Drills For thiaseason and have some now hnprovcraentd and will take pleasure in showing them to our farmer friend This drill has been t orougcSjo ea s- In this couutyjuiid you take nojrisk when you buy the Superior HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints those days go far then andlast longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years ta fully appreciate HsjQrALITY f Pennys Drug Store 111Ky W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPERBest ReadyMixed PAINT for any Purpose- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 E C WALTON I THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county slI Jectt to tnt clkin of the dtaecriUc party c s GEO W DE BORD Is a canal4ate for Sheriff of Lincoln county s ubj ct to the action of the democratic ranr1 T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county IlIbJectI to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic pity l JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tbe action of the I democratic party WIHERRINIIs a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of IheI democratic party I SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of 11I t f to tile action of the democratic ranIA W CARPENTER a Is a candidate for Representative of Lincoln COllntyI subject to the action of the ltlon party Democratic Ticket For Governor J C WEECKIIAM For Lieutenant Qoternor- IV P TUORNE For Auditor of State S W 11AGER For Treasurer J IT 21 nOSJrOlTHI For Attorney Gener- alNBITAYl 11jfor Secretary of State 12FV XcCHESNEY IntrueionJFor Superintendent J1 FUQUAjl For Commissioner of Agriculture UUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CHINA 11 For Railroad Commissioner I MCHORDL IK COAA For Commonwealths AttorneyI CHARLES A HARDIN For Circuit Clerk 4F HOLDAM For Repretentttlve s J M ALVERSONI IN his speeches Col Morris ii Balk nap the republican nominee for Gov c has made and Is making a seri 1eroor upon the women and the if men of Kentucky who are known the world over as the truest the beet ther most hospitable and tbe most chive roua In bis opening speech at Mun fordevllle Col BelkDap made this start ling statement Our young men are now hearing what manner of men these old time Kentucklans were and from them comes the demand upon us for civic conditions that will restore to them tbelr birthright We can not stop our ear to the call and with us BOW lies the responsibility of making this State a fit place for our sons aod daughters to live In This statement I show that Col Belknap has Indeed a poor opinion of the people of bis own State He says that Kentucky Is no fit place In which to rear boys and girl Col Belknap Is probably the only per son who has ever made such an expres slon concerning the old Common wealth Tbe citizens of this State have always prided themselves upon their Old Kentucky home and Col Belk tap Is the first person on record who has ever said that Kentucky was no place to rear boys and girls Col Belk tap muet have a poor opinion of the State and the people of the State or be would have made no such statement In bis opening speech The good citi zen of tbe Stato should repudiate such a reflection upon the women ot the Commonwealth by voting against Belk nap and the republican State ticket on Nov 3rd THE brtl ot exceptions In tbe Caleb Powers case was signed by Judge Rob bins which perfects the record for appeal Powers attorney aeked the court tbe transcript butto pay for making tbe court refused to do so unless Pow o efa would make oath that be bad DO money Powers Immediately gave his check for the coat which was 8750 which goes to prove that our Informant was right when he said poor Caleb had a big bank account THEUE movement foot to change the name of tbe great national l drink beer and call It by some oth er name The name Is all right What should be invented Is a plan to do away with that awful next morning head that follows the drinking of the re freshing beverage says the editor of the Lancaster Record who seems to know whereof be affirms Tbe appearance of Gov Beckham at Franklin was the occasion of an enthu elastic rally of tbe Simpson county democracy The town was decorated for the event and the 5000 persons gathered were wild with enthusiasm and earnestness for the success of the ticket Six hundred women were in the audience POJLITICAL i H A Castle auditor of tbe postofflce department has resigned The registration In Loultvllln gives the democrats a plurality of 7700 and a majority of 2225 Judge Jamee B Mulligan ot Lexing calls Col Morris B Belknap tho storage hero of tbe Porto Rico PicnicCharles Nolan of Barlan county was nominated by the republicans to represent Bell Harlan Perry and Les countiesThe crowd that ever atsem In Elktoo heard Gov Beckham and Messrs Lewis McQuown and Wil liam P Thome speak Tbe Favette county fiscal court sub scribed 8300 to tbe Kentucky Exhibit Association funds making the tota1I subscription from the county 12600 Pulaski democrats In mass conven tlon nominated Henry Goes a popular and successful business man for the Legislature A great light will bo made to elect him Gov Durbin of Indlaua former Gov Black of New York and Judge Peter S Grosscup were among LbeI speakers at the Marquette Club ceie bratlon In Chicago Gov Durbin In a statement says beI does not believe that Gov Beckham lotonded to offend him and that bp bal potblng to do with the train pulling out from Howard and leaving him after Inviting him to make the trip to Lou isville At a meeting of the committee of the Casey democracy at Liberty it was deI cided not to make nominations for ellI cult clerk and representative but InI stead to bend all energies to the elecI Lion of Hon Rnllln Hurt of Columbia C circuit judge The Controller of the Currency has requested the resignation of Walter L Henry National Bank Examiner or worth and South Carolina and Xla ama He Is charged with negligence Inls work and failure to promptly ex amine and report on the condition of banks HUSTONVILLE I Born to tbe wife of Wm North on Friday night two girls D C Allen shipped a carload of hogs I Cincinnati for which he paid H to Miss Marie William will return tbll weak from an extended trip In Georgia and Alabama Dr J G Carpenter of your city spent Sunday night with patients In the West End Judge James H Mulligan of Lexing ton and lions R C Warren and Bar vey Helm of Stanford will speak here at 1 oclock nextp Saturday afternoon tbIMisses Lora Bobon Florence Carter Battle and Mattle Llppa were delightfully entertained Friday evening by that handsome young lady Miss Cathe rine Rail- Everybody In the West End interest ed In athletic sport should not fall to attend tbe foot ball game next Saturday on the fair grounds between Stanford and Hustonvllle Boward Camnltz late with tbe Vlckiburg ball team has on account of his proficiency as a twirler been drafted by the Plttsburg team whoa champion of America Mrs Jno S Goode has returned from a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs Nannie Owen at Camp Dick Robin son who leaves this week lor Washing ton D C together with Mr Ed Ot r eot and family where they will reside in tbe future to the regret of their many friends Dr Carl Wheeler Lex ington was with his parents a day the past week- luIM a number of our young people went to Danville on Saturday last to see the foot ball game between Centre and Georgetown The Georgetown team doubtless fearing defeat put up somo trivial excuse and refused to play The purchasers of tickets upon calling for their money at the gate wore given return tickets instead No patronage to their future games from this locality can be expected Feasts Pelton and Thompson of Cleveland 0 spent Sunday in our town en route to Liberty and Mower Casey for tbe purpose of locating a railroad from Moreland Into that country which will be done provided the farm er will furnish tbe right of way This certainly will and should be done as nothing would advance the price of their laude like a road going Into their vicinity and they cant afford to miss bis opportunity Bio PRICES RC Hooker who attended the sale of Gen Casslus Mar aeClaya effects In Madison last week tells us that coma enormous prices were realized for some of his heirlooms His famous six shooter pis tol brought CIO dirk 16 25 shot gun old ityie120 Two silver cuspldores presented to him while he was minis ter to Russia sold for 150 and 171 Col Caperton bought 1200 worth of mirrors tram the famous mansion A pair ot candle sticks went for 150 Cblnaware sold very high a single vegetable dish bringing 830 Plates brought 160 per dozen etc Money IB evidently plentl ful In Madison county and Is In tbe bands of people who dont mind blow I log It I t James Woolen was killed by a tailing i tree in Adair IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Mrs Lena geIs dead In Mad icon Miss Mary Worrall It dead at Flat Wood Garrard county There are over 100 cases of typhoid fever In Letcher county The L l NII making a number ot Cumberland ValImprovements on Its divisionRobbers entered the depot and post otllce at Conway Rockcattle county and secured stamps money and mer chandise The horse of James Sutton ot Oar rard scared at ah automobile and bis wife was thrown from the vehicle and badly hurt James end Melvin Young cut a man named Hill to death In Whitley The trouble arose over the election of a school trustee The sevenyearold son of William I Mcl accidentally shot andvkllled hit fouryearohi brother at Wllllams burg The boy climbed upon a bed and got the pistol The city council of Uarrodsburg has Issued an ordinance authorizing the sale of 18000 worth of bonds to pay for the recently erected electric light plant The bonds are to bo Issued at par value of 590 each Curt Robinson of GarrarJ sld to Bowman Bowman of Ohio 160 year tog cattle said to be the beet lot of cattle tbat ever left the county at yearlings Mr Robinson has been selling to theie gentlemen for several veurs The Dean will case was compromised at Lebanon It provides that tbe will shall go to probate and the contestants o paid 13250 the remainder of the es tate to be divided as provided in tbe will Eaqfh lido must pay Us own costs W M Monk and Charley Hahn have bought a farm near Crab Orchard and will move to It the first of the year We understand that Mr Fred Habn Is taking every effort possible to sell bis farm to that he can go also Not wish Ing Mr Hahn any ill fortune yet we are not very anxious for him to find a buyer He Is too good a man to lose from the county Mt Vernon Signal HERE AND THERE More than ten Inches of rain fell In New York In 24 hours oJob Deaver a blacksmith was beaten circus employee at Kinto death by non N C Seven hundred negro freight hand lers are on a strike for more money at I Savannah Ga During a drunken quarrel at Elkata wa Breathitt county Robt Cnoaney I killed Chad Salyen Marla Mercedes slater of King Alfonso ot Spain was injured by being thrown from an automobile Tbe Madison and Cincinnati packet Sunshine was sunk In the Ohio river near Patriot Ind No lives lost Henry Brown a wealthy retired boo telkeeper of Trenton N J was mho taken for a burglar by a neighbor and fatally shot Tbe wife and two children of Lewis McDanlel of New Castle Ky are dead as tbe result of measles and three other children are down wtyh the dl sease It is said that during the past three years tbe Immense sum of 104348360 has been expended by tbe Harriman syndicate for betterment and equipment of Us rallroadllnes Tbe negro robber Charles Reed who with another prisoner overpower ed the jailer at Lawrencevllle Ill on August 1 and made his escape was cap tured at VIncennes Ind He was found asleep In a box car with a shotgun and a handkerchief full of loaded shells by his side FOR SALE One 2year old Jack a In foal along yearling jennet S weanling Jennet colts 2 8tan geldings 4 and yearold nicely broke 0 goat 2 yearling bone mules These mute I be sold at half price on account of silent deficiency which not service B B KINO Moreland Ky OPTIC Speslal Ists Drs R cE G Goldstein THE CELEBRATED OPTIC SPECIALISTS orLO- UISVILLE KY Will be at the Veranda Hotel from Monday Oct 10 to Saturday 24 inclu cluilve Dr Goldstein Is well known all the State of Kentucky and baa given un henal satlsfactloD and those who have praise or his work tried hire epeakin His is such that we do notbps Hate to recommend him In the blgbest- terme lie Is successful in the treatment of neuralgia of theevo and head Fitting children spectacles a do not yourspecialty Difficult caw solicited chlldrens eyes l 000 A lIl Office Hours r b00 1t No professional calls made to private At Veranda Motel Stan ford Ky 2 r THE GRAND LEADER Is Closing Out to Quit Business oeetaatartswe ae The crowds have been flocking in taking ad vantage ofthe Grand Bargains we are offering Have t you neglected to come If so hurry for your neigh t bor has been here Remember every thing goes at ABSOLUTE COST I Get here before the assortment is brokn tvCj Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Carpets c Everything at Cost Dont Delay THE GRAND LEADER I J Me B LEVY CO Prors S B LEVYManoper AU 0 oU 0 Oi0i00ia0i0ie10i00 0i0Aaa FARM WANTED 1 Wanted to rent a term of 160 to 18 acres Improvements mutt be fairly good and land must farming condition Apply at thU ottle- eProduce And Poultry Wanted PwiUrT Hud all veather1Etc L 8 PRICE BurgeonDenttat tltDIlford Ky 4bertaDrUI Store tn th Owtltr 0aeve i UoUJlni d W Wallace BI Son Blacksmiths aid Fancy Horso Shows West Main Street Stanford Kontuoky TREES BY THE MILLION FALL 1903 I Fruit and ornamental rrapulnMasparagus small and I everything trulta for orchard lawn and No agent but beat price to the plaDter to Dotb phones Catalogue on application niLtKNMEVKU lr SON- SLexington II F Ky J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv I Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Dealers InAlsoStreetCan on us on Depot Coal PUBLIC SALE I I I will sell pubauction on the Dan Hubble Ky on villa pike two mile THURSDAY OCT 15 1003 I The following described property to wit work Four mare all broke to mule yearling IIlIy colt 2 c9w and calve a good feeding ogs farmlnk Implement conslating of 1 binder t 8ujter- or Studebaker wagon I wheat t good nnllharness plowst buggysurrey cultivator barrow doubts shotgear hOle grInd tone el single shovels grain kc a stacks of timothy hay some nice cl- ont hay In stack lot In the barn about 20 acres of corn In the Sold household I1nd kitchen furniture Salo begins ut 0 A M sharp Term m1 de known on of late A L BrouNAU nx Hubble Ky I PUBLIC SALE Having decided on account of ill health I to quit forming I will on SATURDAY OCT 17 1908 On the farm of Ire iancy L Smith on tho I Lancaster and Stanford pike 33 mile from Stanford end 534 miles from Lancaster sal penonaI1foperty consbtlng of 2 goodmy cows l calf about 3 weeks old a 2year old Shortbrn heifer 11 nicer yoarllbgItce wetghio boat 700 pounds 1 mare Itt hands hljh i 2 year mule J good work mare In fOIl to jack 8 400 shock of fat hOI 10 100pound shoats fodder 120 bales extra good hay 3 large straw ricks 200 barrels corn 13acro italic Held with IS acres of good fresh grass to be rented from Nov 115 to Jan 1 loot I farming Implement In good repair con Isting of n Ibouo ar new a eating binder mowIng machine hay rake Superior wheat drill a Ibono cultIvator and plow2 chilled wagon harness Otherthingatoonumeroustomen tion Bale to begin at 0 A Sums of10 and under cub over that amount a credit till Dec 1 1003 without Interest with negotiable notes F J PEYTON Ky J J P Chandler Auctioneer 1Withers Furniture Co tCnrpotsrDoalors in Fino Furniture ShnWJI J I I SEE Our 6000 Grain Drill j with Fertilizer and Seed t er attachments There is none better GEO He FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky 1 Watches Of Quality For ladies and r J4 Men J Watches that will be ayA of credit to the Wearer Plainior beautifully engraved cs containing reliable workshto make perfect timepieces q PRICES RIGHT p W H MUELLER Stanford Ky f SATISFIED CONTENTMENT I Is a foe to progress It 1s said though I greatsffort 1catbfed with the GROCERIESTheyI to Improve tile quality at tho goods or In some other wry to try store or my- r method I come close to perfection with J E M sour and full line of Dlamoud Oof fee There Is nothing llko them sold hcrer In fact from cracker to all canned Rood everything has doclded merit JW PERR IN tills Grocer I 110 Main St Stanford KyI III C BAUGHMAX C R MCCOIIMAOK I Baughman McCormackHU- STONVILLE I S rt I KENTUCKY w- aartt t I I i oaslsriu We cordially Invite the people of West Lincoln to call in and see our goods and give us a portion of their patronage We have added largely to our Block of Qro crlca Hardware Furniture caad can please you In any line Our prices are a little LOWER than the LOWEST Give ui a call 00P THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANKOUD KYM Ocrr 13 1903 f In fllllnc your proscriptions we uio proportlonlnot do bettor If yon ui double tbo price which laalwava reasonable Pen tri Druz Store PERSONALSs MAMLEY BUsY hue returned from Loulivlllo Aaruuit C niLLli threatened with typhoid lovers H CLAY HAMILTON of Lancaster was hero Sunday Mn J 8 OOCICER wont to Big Stone Gap Va Friday Mn S J DURCit of Chattanooga It hero with the U B WOODS Jll Is out after a pelt of a week or more with grip Mn H 0 HOCKER and family spent several days with relative In Madlioa MR Juo PlllLUiti and wife of Ca soy were guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Wilklnion Miu 0 M SMITH of Plat Lick was v ProtLPnOP J W DAVIS of Mlddleburc was hero Saturday preparing to have a oautougo printed ABTOK MrGmiK of Donorall spent several days with the family of his uncle Mr W 3 MeOulro Mn 8 L DABTIK and family of East Dernsladt soent Sunday with his par Date In the Kwoll scollon UEV H 0 MAIIONY visited I daughter Miss Marie Mabony a Georgetown College last weekdLUTIIHH WAKE of been obosen a member of the Ken tacky University foot ball team MRS KtrriK SMITH of with her parents Iter and MrJoo 0 Carmlcal Ml Vernon Signal MISSES ALICE AND K AT1K UK 8 LEY of Stanford are visiting Mm John Denton at her country homo Lexing 4ton Democrat pLincolnat nioomlnglon III Is visiting rela Lives sod friends In the West End MRS JUNK II IlRlD sod son Mur rill of Huitonvllle were here Sunday to meet too husband and father who had beep running W C Petluit drug store at Crab Orchard MR AND MRS JOB 8 Rica and Mr Thomas A lUte of Stanford are the gacits of their sister Mrs John Poe nay ShrI M S ISIYarbmaoof Stan lard Is In the oily fur a few days Lox Democrat MRS OKLLK JOHNSON who for soy 1nlau has nude her borne with Wbelr at IIuiooTlllo pave LexlBBloa on th liib for lIam Ula Canada her former home sue to the regret of her friend M 0 WILLIAMS ml Stanford a jolly traretlof toe was the guest of 1Jegges W atTn Mlddlesboro the Orst 9t the Reek Edward Peyioo of Stan telrl brother ol G A Peyton of this oUj has pg rob au redden tar 8 W Gives from Leslie Ray cud will after Nov 1 make Mlddleibo re nil pouts Mr Pvyton Is ID poor itealtk aad Is coming w thp HIMIRLaln- I M that aoeoant MddlHOOro Kewl LOCALS PRBSII oysters at H D Campbells TIIRBK show cases for sale W M Craig Pharmacist FOUND A wagon wheel F W Turner at bridge on Lancaster pike JB CAMENISOH sold to J H White his homo and 31 acres of land for II 7W Stanford oafbail team caught 1Tueafternoon neck 2 to 0 at Lancaster Sat SEE our line of heating stoves Something new In a hot blast John Bright Jr J Co AN up todato Job printer can get a permanent position bT Immediate ap plication to this ofllce TUB only thing done In the county court yesterday was the probating o Wm Logans will It made his wif executrix tall to hear that prlnco of or IDONT James H Mulligan of Lexington at HusionvUU next Satur afternooni n work Intrusted to tee will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor Craig k Hocker WE are offering ome rare bargains In casslmorcs for ladles skirts men and boys pants Dont fall to tee them JoHn P Jones Tills will bo a busy eek Col J i P Chandler the clover auctioneer will cry the sales of E D Lowls IIleD Poyton and W D Tanner AFTER handling the Old Hickory wagon for flvo years wo have found a bettor wagon for tbo farmers for less money Tho Capital Call In and see them Carson Pence + tTtlt biggest In Central Ko tucky will bo hold next Friday at M Id Dunn near Marcellue Garra county Read the advertisement s see what a world of things will bo dis posed of- NICE HOME AT AUCTION Mr Jas Frvo will soil at public auction on Oct 28tb his pretty bomo and good farm of 122J acres In the West End Seo pic tore of the house and description of the farm on our first page t YOUR city taxes arc due Ploaie CityMlrlb wirefencecheap FarrleL Co CrabOrchardgather with Its coolants FIFTY bushels of goodeating apples two barrels of applo vinegar for ale Ah F Lawrence Stanford I OR one of my deputies will bo at Hustoavllle next Saturday 17tb to collect taxes M 6 Baughman Iber- Ia Dont buy your winter cloak until ypu have seen ours Stock open next week Styles the vory latest Joh P Jones DONT forgot A L Spoonamoretf sale at his farm near Hubble Thursday next 16 Go end toll your friends to do likewise LOSTA pair of skin gauntlet gloves In Stanford Sunday night week ego Return to Illgglns do McKlnnoy and get reward Henry CraigcRED lies and Black Ike Shelby have rented Arcadia and Beechwood farms In the Shelby City section and will farm and trAde extensively HUSTONVILLB Bone Jas H Mul Ilgan of Lexington R C Warren and speaktay afternoon 17th OCR annual posted advertisement yourfarmCarpenter and Thomas A Rico have already ordered their terms posted TIn Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association declared a dividend of 16 er cent has ISO In tho treasury about uncollcctcd special premiums and a 1800 sprinkler Checks for the div idend will be sent out today TilE Waynesburg Tunt of Maccabees lion a boom Eight candidates we Initiated Into the mysteries of the der last meeting night and 20 petitions will be aoted npon next Saturday even InJtbe regular meeting night NoTICR All tineagainst the City of Stanford must be died each month throe days before cash regular meet lax of the city council with the Fl DIand Otaoro Reynolds L R Ueghtti oily sleek DLACKMr John A Hlaelc repub peen nominee for State treasurer here Sunday but the I J man did no set to Interview him In foot be saw him just as ho was shaking the dust of the step from hls feet Ho was lugging a big grew valise which looked like It might contain republican document and dollars by tho thousand CAUOUT James Horton who skip ped out from the rock pile whllu Jailer Herrlni eyes were turned Is agate charge of that officer Mr liarrl- want for him Sunday night and bag led his game without a greet deal of trouble Luther Lanham assisted Mr Bertha In making tbo arrest Horton has about 100 days to serve for lella whisky KILLED Mr Sam P Goocb II splendid citizen of Waynesburg and a brother of Mr Lewis G Gooch was killed In a sax mill boiler explosion at CroMvllle Tenn last week He was working for tho Oxley Stare Co as purchasing agent and was at this mill when the boiler let go The tamale wore brought to Waynesburg and Inter rod In Double Springs burying ground Friday A wife wbo was a Miss Mor goo survives the good man fTItE following Is taken from the Lex ington Leader The unique service lest night a sermon In picture story and song by Prof J Walter Wilson by the use of a splendid stercoptlcan was one of the most beautiful tender and practical over witnessed In this city The large auditorium was crowd ed many persons standing The story held tbo great audience In rapt attest tolion for an hour and a half At Walton Opera House Monday Tuesda and Wednesday nights Oct 19 20 ao 21 WOOD WONOur friend W Logan Wood won In the raco for chief of p Ilea of Danvlllo in the primary Saturday carrying all four precinct and getting 270 votes to present Incumbent G T Del ee 187 Logan Is an old Stanford boy a One fellow and aa bravo as a lion and that ho will make an A 1 chief those who know him best are mot certain The policemen noml stated are pleases James Dunn broth or tn law of Mr H J HcRoberts acd James Moore Henry Jackson defeat byr43 assessor Durhaadmo Davis and G S Gaines were chosen councilmen In the third O J Tbur mood and B O Derry filth R D Bruce and R G Moberly sixth Dr J C Boglo and E H Fox The election was a hot one but tbo greatest Interest was restored In the taco for chief of police and city attorney COMP In and seo our New Superior Disc Grain Drill Hlgglns ft McKIn noy OIIARLBS F MONTGOMERY chair man of the democratic county commit tee of Cose was here Sunday en route to Louisville Democracy Is all right in my county he said to an I J ice porter Crowd assembledA to boa the political speaking advertised for yesterday In fact tbo crowd was so large It was thought unsafe to tako them into the court house lost it fall down and kill several hundred Con gressman Gilbert could not come on anacount of sickness but Hon Lewis Quown of Bowling Green came in his place Judge Brccklnrldge of Dan nthner other things ho said When the war between the States was fought to a finish and wo Ken tncklans camo back gathering my lit tle family together and with my house hold goods I came to make my home la your county Tbo generous kind ness extended mo by the people of Lin role has endeared them to me and over occasion permits I Madly ome and mingle with you and always when asking my party associates to glue me their suffrages I have first como to you So now I am here ask ng your suffrages not for myself but for tbo nominees of the democratic partyIt a little toss than CO years since In my young manhood becamo a prl ute in that party whose Sblbbolotb Equal rights to all exclusive privi lege to none was emblazoned on Us basset and In whoso principles lay en folded tbo very gem of civil liberty regulated by law and from that day to this hour I have followed its fortunes and novae for ono moment even In thought have I been untrue to Its principle or Its chosen leaders A few months slnco I THOUGHT I wan a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of our State and what laboring under this hallucination I made speeches In a few counties and said In opinion Gov Beckham was reootollglblo under tbo provisions of insgovernor before which I made this statement and tried the onto was composed en tirely of democrat After as full a presentation of the caress I was able to make the court on tho 9tb of May last unanimously decided against my contention and entered a lodgment bv wblih Gov Beokbam woe desisted the democratic nominee for governor To that judgment I submit and to that nominee I give my allegiance and ear supportt at the polls decided against my contention I have been asked many times If I would vote for Gov Beckham to which I have an swered an I do here and now YBS Gov Beekbam Is a democrat I am a democrat We both believe In ALL the principles of our party Ho has been unanimously chosen by tbo party tbo Nn of our system of government and the principle on which It Is erected nor tbo policies of his party I can see no good teases why ono claiming to be a Novembeg r democratic ticket Mr McQuowniwbo spoke about H hours captivated his audience He showed to the satisfaction of every bo dy that it would bo utter folly to place Kentucky in the heeds of the republl cans We have had sufficient evidence of what they will do When Bradley was governor to promised the Legisla cure that If they wculd Increase the tax rate and allow him to sell 1500000 worth of bonds he would pay off the Indebtedness which he claimed he In herited from Browns administration ills request was complied and ho was gives over 12000000 In excess ot tho ordinary revenue yet when the dem ocrats took charge after the Bradley and Taylor regimes there was a State debt of 11700000 and only 1304000 to pay It with He showed box the re publicans when in power had violated the Federal constitution by subjecting the civil to the military authority Rradley put the State house In possess aled n Loulsvlllo The collection of tho war claim saidocost Kentucky 61 per cent while the similar claims of all other States havo cost from 10 to 25 per cent and the r publican governor of West Virginia has employed Capt Oalboun to collect Ira war claim and has agreed w pay him 10 per cent Wllen Bradley was governor ho sent Dan Collier to Wash ington to see about the war claim at a coat of 1575 and be only tax about It but collected nothing The penitentiaries are now self sus taming while they cost 1320000 moro than tholr Income under republican rulo aeHon W C Dell candidate for cir cult judge next spoke and made a fine Impression Mr Dell Is a clever and forcible speaker Ho discussed SLate and district matter In a masterly manner and warned the democrats again over confidence The republicans ar Vying to slip up on us by not making nominations for local offices Be said ho could not see how his republican opponent Mr MoRoberto could ask tho support of either the democrats or re publicans Ho was a member of the Legislature when It split and tho dom errata went to Loulsvlllo and the re publicans to London but Mr McRob crts refuted to go to either place In 1880 when Judge T Z Morrow thertO against lion J W Alcorn and Capt Wm Herndon an old Federal soldier nomIIneethat ticket against Hon R 0 Warren nd E B Caldwell was the candidate for jailer agates S M Owes Mr MoRoborts refused to vote for any of them His only vote In that race was for John W Yerken for Superior court judge over Joseph Barbour lastspeakernational and district mutters Ho Is a speaker of eloquence and force and his effort was well received Yesterday was democratic day and the large crowd dispersed with the happy assurance that everything is coming our n way n PUBLIC SALE OFeliveStockCropsPer sonalty ce Having sold my farm I will nt my resilience 1 mile West of Camp Dick Robinson in Gnrrarrl county Ivy FriiayOcU6tLy 1903Expoe to public sale to tho highest and best bidder all of my LIV2 STOCtI CROPS 1CRSONAUy Cli Consisting of tho following 100 head of Cattle 00 hoed of horses and mules 50 bond of hogs The above stock monists of IS hood of 1100 pound fOOtling cattle 8 hood of your ling cattle 30 head of milk oows 12 head Polled Angus heifers 1 Polled Angus bull 10 head of butcher cat tle 20 head of calves Horses and Mules Fifteen head extra yearling stoles 8 head of extra work mulesf to 7 years old G head of 2yearold mules 5 mule colts 1 pony mare and colt 4 jennets 12 head of Brood Mares including dam of GYPSY QUEIJN with colt at her side which is a full brother of Gypsy Queen ELLA C ontgomeryChief silo mares and good producers also geltlingsQuecnOnoliewood very fast Farming Implements as follows Four 2horso wagons 3 corn planters 2 binders 2 mowers 1 drill 30 Hemp Brakes Two hay rakes 1 tobacco setter 10 000 tobacco sticks plows harness Ac of all kinds Also Vehicles Consisting of 1 carriage with pole and double harness 3 buggies 1 dump dirt Saddles bridles and single hill ness Also ono full cat of black smith tools read the following CROPS 150 barrels of old corn 50 tons of timothy hay 20 tons of oats 25 acres ineshock 4 stores of sorghum in shock 10 acres of tobacco in barn 22 bushels of extra seal wheat of late importation Household Furniture All my household furniture consisting 0 several bedroom sets 1 set dining room furniture 1 gilvorchimcs organ carpets chairs fie of every description Terms Made Known Day of Sale K3Sale to begin promptly at 0 1 u IeM DUNN tOakland Stock Farm- DANVJLLEKY i iloeest Mile r Boots The Best Of Mud Splitters Cummins a McGlary HERE THEY ARE ill f j The best th market affords Look them over and seo who can equal them Rocker Bootees85 Manse Shoes 1360 to 85 Ed dens Standard rubber lined boot absolutely water proof 84 50 i Edelens Water King high top rubber lined shoe 83 Edelcns Honest Mike boots 1350 Edelens Honest Mike shoes fi Ede lens Level Best school shoe and Honest Mike school shoe nS5 hand 82 Ultra the queen of women shoes 1860 Brockport made by the Ultra people 13 This Is the CREAM of our stock We have many cheaper grades in good quality and style iaeonsssaws Torms Cash H JlVI Roberts Bigger ADd 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 for the MONEY Our motto is Your Moneys Worth seesrae sta SEVERANCE SON J ILi UpToDate Heaters And Cook StovesI See Hot Blast Tube s InDoor e Wo have a complete line of Call Ranges Cook and Heating Stoves of all grades and at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT JR CO wr r I1LIPRICES J ACTUALLY SLAUGHTERED r K The New York Stores Remarkable Sale of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes and Gents Furnishing GoodstWe have determined to offer the greatest inducements ever presented to the citizens of Lincoln and adjoiningcounties in the Dry Goods Clothing Shoo und taunts Fur Wishing Line Our stock must go and in order to make it o we are going to oflcr for the next ten lays prices without a parallel in Central Kentucky head below tho quotations and call at our store and wo will prove our determination to sell tho goods now in stock MENS CLOTHING Mens suits worth from 450 to 0 at 1350 choice An Immense lot of 7 8 and 9 suits will all go at 9403 Our biggest otter is on our 810 ell 912 and 113 suits which are made up uf the very best of materials and are the latest styles will go during this sale at 8050 Also a big assortment of 814 815 81G 817 and 18 suits will go now for 8375 Boys knee suits sizes from 4 to 15 years are worth 125 and 8150 will go now at 85 cts Our 82 and 8250 boys suits 8148 and our 83 and 8350 boys suits will go now at 8108 boys suits worth 8450 to 8750 go at 8300 Youths suits worth 8250 to 8350 go at 9103 Youths suits worth S4 to 80 at 8348 Youths suits worth e7 to 810 at 85 Mens every day pants 250 pairs will go now at 75c your choice Mens pants worth 8150 and 82 at 8118 Mens pants worth 8250 and 93 at 8108 Mens pants worth 8350 to 5 at 8265 A big lot of mens overcoats blacks and blues worth 85 80 and 87 go at 9333 Mens Raglans worth 87 to 810 will go your choice for eGo BOOTS AND SHOES Mens Brogan shoes at 85c Mens full stoek Brogans worth 8125 and i ErA7i rOR rORE-f V Rosenstein Co Next to Lincln County National Bank Stanford Ky Carpenter House PARKERS HAIR BALSAM RInnm tad bnotintf tot IWr rramotM liraritnt grovlh rails to Briton O y Iltlr to Its Youthful Color OUR dmie a hair aloe JUeandlllUtt PratrMl j ice SfTraylor DEALERS IS J Whisk Brandu Wines Beer i Cigars Etc Oloieto STANFORD KY Prompt an j polite attention Nothing but the bes to drink Mall phone cr telegraph orders recclrt croapt mention I J v wearer Insurance fluent InsuranceIFire and Tornado Represents The Home of New the largest in the i world Assets 1871003512- n tSurplus II regards pol cy holder Farm property In i Casor Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kontuckv I RBMaliflny Insurance flflent Solicits a share of the patron of thd property owners in the counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning None but the 14strongest and best OldLine Com resented and the low I Ist ptsible rates are guaranteed Phone e2IStanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance 1applyto Charles Powell Office N W OOT livers Hotel Building 2nd moor Stanford Many good companies but only i one best The Equitablestrongest f In the world Get also a combination Disabili policy in the Fidelity do Casual fJtyCo of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness J r I TyEDFORpsBLACDRAUONT Pgf0N Constipation is nothing more a welt and nothing less than vitalstag nation or death if not If every constipated sufferer aUowinrpoisonou system ho would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ail ments disappear when consti pated are relieved Thed thoroughlycand natural manner without the purging of calomel or other violent Be sure that you get the mackDraughtrruWer cine Co Sold by all druggists in 25 cent and 8100 packages 1001Iaasepair other Uutlrs I think 1 wold serer be able to work wWioot o armt ot briar treblA wllk eorutlpctiotu Iou aedlala aU Uut Jeept me lip G XtFlKUXD i When Salt Is Useful Salt oo the fingers when cleaning fowl meat or fish will prevent slip pingSalt thrown on a coal fire when broil log steak will prevent blazing from the dripping fat Salt In water la the beet thing to clean willow ware and matting Salt put In Ink when freshly spilled oo a carpet will help In removing the ipot Salt In the oven under baking tins will prevent their scorching on the bottom Salt and vinegar will remove stains from discolored teacups Salt thrown on soot which has fallen on the carpet will prevent stain Salt thrown Into a coal Ore which Ii low will revive It Salt used In sweeping carpets keeps out moths New York detectives raided Claren don Hall and arrested 05 men who were about to participate in or witness a prize fight Fortytwo gave the name of Smith and all the others were and Joneses In a wholesale raid on Chinatown In Boston 300 Chinese were arrested All who cannot show satisfactory papers will be deported During a quarrel over the payment for a quart of whisky Ola B Power shot and killed William Wells at Fair land lad R A JONES DENTISTStanford J Kyj Office over Higgins t4 McKinneya Stors Telephone K 01 DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in MyorsHouso Flats- UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can ax your umbrella bitter than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial PBAXK ATKINS Stanford Mason HotelM- RS 0 D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster j Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every blag first class Porton- mect all trains 8B NEW LIVERY STABLE s W IJtJUE h sm Prors JUNCTION CITY KY PintClassTurnouts at Reasonable lutes Special Attention to Traveling lieu Grain and flay For Bale DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache e r All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There la a cuts for you If mcfsnury write Ur fenneL lie hits itpvut a life tlmo curing Just suck coscsosyoura All consultation rree A gravel in nil bladder Aftet usluff a few bottles of Fcnneri Klifticj and I a gravel half ui prorcntcdfurtbertunaatiane W T OA KKS Orrlx Va Driipalsw 5tit JnAlk fnrCook nook = Free ST VITUS DANCE Rure Cure Circular DI Fcuner FredonlaNS 1150 at 81 Mens everyday working shoo seamless worth 8150 and for 8125 Mens fine shoes worth 8125 and 8150 for 81 Mens fino 176I worth 82 and 82CO at 8148 Mens line shoes worth from 83 to 8350 at 50 Patent leather and Viols worth 84 and 85 at 8350 A big lino of boots at 8125 150 pairs of mens boots worth 8175 to 8250 at 8105 Mons boots worth from 8350 to 85 at 83 Mens Bootees worth 85 at 9350 Mens folt boots at 8150 Mens felt boots snag proof worth 82 and 8250 will go at 9185 Mens felt boots worth 83 anti 8360 will go at 8243 A big line of Ladles Shoes at DSo Ladles shoes worth 8150 and 8175 at 8115 Ladles fine shoes worth 82 and 250 at 148 Ladles flno shoes worth 83 8350 and 84 choice of all at 242 Childrens shoes at your own prices Low prices will astonish youl MENS UNDERWEAR Over 150 dozen of mens underwear will go at ro cts 250 dozen mens flccco lined underwear worth from 50 cts to 75 cts a garment will go now at 35c A big lino of mens fine shirts choice for 40 cts A big line of mens hats will now go at 75 cts to 8125 Fourquarter blankets worth i50 and 1 a pair nt5Oc AU wool blankets C Browns KENTUCKY A SAFE PLACE FOR CAPITAL Belknaps Confidence Shown When He Increased Capital Stock Of His Business From 1000000 To 2500000 The republican platform denounces the democratic party because It fet ters enterprise excludes capital and handicaps Industry in Kentucky Like any other statement of alleded facts contained In that platform this declaration Is shown by the records to be untrue A plain statement will refute the charge During the four years of the republi can administration under Goy Brad ley there were organized under the corporation laws of the State 822 cor porations with an aggregate capital of 126520040 nod the organization tax paid Info the State Treasury therefor was 20620 91 During the first three years and six months of the Beckhatn administration up to June 30 1003 there were organized under the corporation laws of the State 1702 corpora tions with an aggregate authorized orltanlza1tlonfor was during three and onehalt year of the democratlo administration that 100 075855 more capital found lu way Into the State of Kentucky and invested In the channels of trade than did under the full term of four years while Brad ley was Governor The remaining six months of the present adrnlnletratloofrotn July 1 to December 31 of this year will unques tionably Increase the amount of capi tal Invested In corporations In the State at least 110000000 which will show largely over 1100000000 of capital has been Invested In Kentucky under the Beckham administration against 120 000000 during Bradleys term Tills is conclusive evidence that the great bus lace interests of the country bad more faith in the stability and conservatism of a democratic administration than it had in a republican administration We recommend this record to the bushes men of Kentucky Why should capital shrink from In vesting in Kentucky under democratic rule It is no rellectton upon anyone to state the fact that more than 80 per cent of the Intelligent and educated people of tho State are democrats and that at least 80 per cent of the wealth of the State Is held by democrats Tha laws of Kentucky are at liberal towards Investors In business enterprises as the laws of the majority of the States The democratic party U progressive but not boastful It points with pride to Its management of State finances which has resulted In freeing the State from debt and leaving 81600000 in the State Treasury To accomplish this It has neither fettered enterpriaeanor exclud edcapitalTo the confidence which the stockholders the Belknap Bardwuro Co have in Kentucky under a demo critic administration It may be stated that Its capital stock has recently been Increased from 1000000 to 2500000- If It bad not been safe to Invest In lice tucky under a democratic administra tion such a good business man as Co Belknaps friends claim that hu would not have done eo X Y Z Gained 40 Pounds In 30 Days For several months our younger broth er had been troubled with Indigestion lie tiled sevoial remedies but got no benefit from them Wo purchased ome of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet and he commenced taking them Inside of 30 days ho had gained 40p ands in flesh He Is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets Hot LKY Duos Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by W N Craig FOR SALE Four horse ono twohone hick not wagon ono twoseated Jersey wagon two bugglm two sets wagon harness one dou bleet surrey harnettt two iota buggy har nus trelght espres and trans ter from Alore and to II tonvllle rood paying buitne OUAS JOHNSON Morcland Ky LUTES BOONE Q CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All person wishing to buy or sell toms will do well to see us We have a number of flno Lincoln and Adjoining county farms for tale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have It you to tell tae It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford K- yPUBLIC SALE I will tell publicly at J J MeKlnneyt farm at Mu Ky ou THURSDAY OCT IS 1908 Tbe following described property Five milk cows calve 17 llMpounu Battle bunch of 8bo cattle lot of 1000 pound cattle 2 good brood mare In foal to k I thne yearold hone gentle 2 earold hone I 2yoar old mule tuck ling mule 28 good ewes sows and shoats and harness farming Implement and household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale lrtns at DAM E I LEWIS PUBLIC SALE I will toll at public auction at my brine one halt mile from Hustonrllle on the Bradfordsvllle pike on- THURSDAY COT 29 1001 My farm of 82 serer of good land well wa toted traced and Improved Rat a com Portable dwelling of swven rooms two good barns now corn crib three never wells creek mat through It Will nloosoll the following described personal property Ware In foal threeyearold horse by Gal ton 8 cows 3 calms 3 yearlingsteer and heifer 2 brood sewI wagon buckboard set of harnc 1 organ house hold and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 9i30 sharp Terms made known on of ute MRS NAN IE IIARPElt IyIc txicCiMYIJ+ + uNDE rAXmJ1 EMUALMER And Dealeur In QAENESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky is L Beazley It Co 1 and- Embnlmero lUODBALKJUItf FurnitureNlattingsItugsThey kinds Htoclc Q a call Prices right ITANFORD KENTUCKY L worth 8350 to 85 will now go at 8250 Comforts that are worth 81 anti 8125 will go at 75u Comforts worth 8150 to 82 at OSc A big lino ladles skirts from 81 up Dont forget to see our big lino of Ladles Jackets and Capes latest styles A big line of Jowolry and Watches rat cut prices for tho neAt ten MENS FURNISHING GOODS e Twentyfive dozen of Mops iiptodato Shirts with or without cuffs worth 75o our price for the next ten days 30c 25 dozen mens 1121 shirts our price for tho next ten days We 50 dozen inns half hose black tan or gray worth 10e for 60 Ladles and Childrens Hose worth lOc our price for the next ten days 5c Fifty dozen mens handkerchiefs at 3c 75 dozen mens hand kerchiefs worth Rio our price for tho next ten days 7c 50 dozen mens over alls double front all styles worth 50o our price for tho next ton days 4c 50 dozen mens overall jackets worth GOc for 40o 75 dozen mens anti boys uptodato hats in nil shapes and styles at half price for tho next ten days A lug Lino of Trunks Valises Telescopes and Leather Suit Cases at cut prices for the next ten days door Undertakers First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Tills Institution was established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1191 then reoorltanJed as the National lank of Stanford In IM and again reorganized as the First National Italic of Stanford In 1SJJ having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transaet business promptly and well than ever before In Its long bonorabl career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Fasten J B Owsley S II Shanks O Walker Ceo W 0rter management for 36 years Hoping such business will prove mutually beneficial KY Goods Give IBm GUI 1Officers J HOOKER Prest j ohr n TKARKN F ReId Dan villa S T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford Walton UilnrtonK U Tanner M D Elmore Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Ilauchman Stanford W P Tate BUnford FORGuns Ammunition To r tatllllisllwtltls W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig A locker STANFORD KENTUCKY LiNCOlN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1 1 CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO Directors W ATrutcontinuously SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT relations BC RUPLEY The Tailor STANFORD WarrantedFit A jMcaonEiira W Bk- prDlriotors W P hanghmanStanfordT ctGo Merchant Officers 8 H SHANKS President J B OW8LKY Cashier W M ORtailT Asst Oshler FORRENT byWmSeveranceJ II OWSLEV For Sale or Rent I tromIIIvlfle Turnpike Improvements all Rood lIuI4InyU1e HOME FOR SALE Nlee cottage of tour rooms acres land necwary outbuildings good larD OPHTwtonvllUplUe IIAnNETTL NOTICE r bidder AU aMount due W L Evans not paid by OROIIQB D WKATIIKKPUKD Assignee W L Evans s THE InfirmaryIslurglcal and chronic diseases and for con cashInsional bills due when services are rendered and must to paid promptly Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture dnelopmentratduction Emerson system of Physical Oul turn Pantomimic work etc Studio at res idence Main Street tt