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IT SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1903 SAM NO 66 1CEDAR CREEKIRev Wm Spr gar Orore Sunday to a George Holmes had threo Talusblo cattle killed by the train lat week I Cutting corn digging potatoes and making sorghum teem to be the order of the day MM Baker ao aged lady died at tithehome of her son Sam Dakar lilt week of dropsy and heart trouble and WM burled In the Iennlngtoa burying ground Curtis Adams li tulTerlng from an at tack of pneumonia At there are few such young men at Curtis hit many friends regret to hear of his illness and hope for a speedy recovery Mrs Lena Adams widow of Col Ad atni ask ui to thank the people thro the columns of the I J for their kindness and assistance to herself and little children In their borearement John Ford told his farm to Mr Dol i tonlndwill give possession Jan 1 Do hat rented Marlon McPaddona farm and will run It next year Mr Mc Fadden will move to the mountains soon Alford Jones told his farm to Mr Sowder for 12600 and will move to i the mountains Mitt Ueulah Edwards It very tick with pneumonia Mitchell Whllt and i family have returned from New Alba ny Mrt Alford James of New Alba nr Tlttted her mother last week Able and ton of Danville wat In our vicinity Sunday MF Ware and lit tor Miss Laura of Kibanlct vltlted relative hero Saturday and Sunday Louie Wbltt ot tbo L N returned to Lebanon Junction Thursday alter spending two weeks with his family John Biker continues In feeble health OTTENHEIM Chat Hnilln It attaching a grist mill to his taw mill- Rhcuben Adam It rejoicing over the arrival ot a little ton James Hammond and wife ot Rich mood have been visiting relatives here George M Adams created quite a sensation Sunday by going to mill with two bushel or corn thinking the day was Saturday Russell Dllllon says bo has the oldest male In this end of the county hit ace b lag 33 years and be It as good yet al- I tbreeyear old Garland James his a ear ot corn that a friend In Missouri tent him that bill 24 rows of grain on It with a cob two sad one half Inches In diameter A A Crutchfleld It aliening In this sad of the county now and It would be a favor to him If the larger tax payer would have their Hit all drawn off ready for him John Wentxel has on exhibition In hit store tome fine potatoes of his own i raising tome of them weighing three quarter of a pound which shows that d be It a gardener at well at a merchant PAINT LICK Mr Paulo Engleman told her far ofH acres near Paint Lick to herd Bra of Klrkiylllo at ItO Mrt Dr Jd Caenburllqulte sick Burdelte hook anTI Ed Cox ot Ml Vernon were of Wm Champ Mr Will Fish It seriously III Mlit Rva Fish who bat been visiting her cousin Miss Ella Smith has returned to her home at Mt Vernon A good many from this place attend ed the concert at Shepherds Hall Mon day night No more enjoyable exhibi two by borne talent bat been given there Henry Moore bat told hit interest In the merchandise business to Mr namp iiowevtr Mr Moore will not leave Paint Llok for tome time and will continue handling grain Uo bat made many friends during hit stay here and It It hoped ho will abandon the Idea of going West Tbo return to popular use of the old fashioned kip boots hat been the with for many year of farmer and stock moo throughout the country The mod era dude shoe with Iti lacing and button and ripping teams and consequent wet Sect and bedraggled trousers Is b passing away and In Its stead comet again the high top boot which not only protects the feat and anklet from water and mud but the trousers legs ai IIwell The high top boot It just tbo thing and hundreds of our readers will welcome Us return Ex Gained 40 Pounds In 30 Days n For several months our younger broths er had been troubled with Indigestion He tiled several remedies but got no benefit from them Wo purchased tome II of Ohamtwrlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets and he commenced taking them j Inside of 30 days ho had gained 40 pounds r In flesh He la now fully recovered Wet have a good trade on tho TabletsRot LaY Duos Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by W N Craig Judge G W Tburman one of the beltknown lawyers of Hodgenvllle I f died of dropsy ll MIDDLEBURG The cemetery hat lately been clean ed off adding much to the beauty of the surroundings Farmers are busily engaged In wheat sowing and the preparation of the soil 10IDaIand family left where they will be domiciled for the next 12 months at least Roy W G Bradford has located here For some reason the purchase of the Drown farm for tip county poor was not a go and the commtiilonert hive bought of DulY Portman his Green river farm just below Liberty for t4 000 The protracted meeting began at the Baptist church Monday Rev George E Baker of Burnttde and a most able divine It aitlttlng the pastor Bro Ferrell Fair crowds are attending and It It hoped all dhrlitlan people reo girdles of church alllllatloo will lend their presence and services Duoy republicans will roost proba bly instruct for tbo Ron D C Ed wards of London to lucccod the late Congressman foreleg though the wily Gum Sttoo statesman from Cum borland Is undoubtedly the choice of the majority W Godfrey Hunter Jr was here lilt week In the Interest of his fathers candidacy After being widely advertised with placards stuck hero and there Q C Biker republican nominee for circuit judge and M R Yarberry addressed an audience of 10 voten teven republican and three democrats at Koeneyt Hall Tuesday night The whole oho w wat a tirade of abuse for democrats and wilt strengthen the candidacy of the non Rollln Hurt Mrs John Wesley of Danville It with friends and relatives Mrs Victoria Richardson Is visiting relatives here after an abienio of 10 sears In the West Mrs Sallie McDanlel of Burntldc is the guest of relatives here Jason Wesley and Tbos Miller were In Danville Rev Jceio L Murrell of Lebanon Presiding Elder of the Leb anoa district M E church South Is the guest of Mr and Mrs W J God boy Mrs Rboda Short Is visiting In Covlngton Mr Steubon Godbey It In Louliyllle Miss Claude Tomllnson of Somerset Is the guest of Mr and Mrs A M Eitet Mr JTSbortSrwlIII- n Danville Wednciday I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fat cow for sale Box 101 Stan ford Everett M Stone lost by death a valuable colt Colum1blaH C Baughman sold to B G Fox a fouryearold gelding for 112 CO FOR BALl have 48 bead of No1 light feeding cattle for sale John W Miller Lancaster St Seven sows and 47 pigs by thoroughbred Berkiblro boar for sale I C Brown Uartwell Ky mrhe first bogtbead of new 1003 crop of tobacco made Its appearance at the Bodmann House at Cincinnati and un der lively bidding told at lOc W W Wallace has sold to John S Baugbman his farm on the Shaker town pike About a half mire from Dan ville containing 120 acres for 112000 +Advocate Ai Ed D Lewis tale yesterday 11 1200 pound oattlo sold at 3Jc 10 700 punder atGio sheep brought 1460 horses 155 to 1 130 00pound ehoate 12- 2li tows 112 to 115 milk cows 120 to 830 yearling cattle 117 calves at 83 to Strl At W B Tanners sale near McKln noy Tuesday twp year old mules sold at 76 to 131 an sled mule for tK 60 cattle sold low corn In shook sold at II 06 to 81 81 shoats at 4o farming Implements solo low Crowd good but bidding slow A fairly good crowd attended Thom as Mot calls talo Tuesday and satisfac tory prices were realised Household and kitchen furniture sold well pony trap and harness 7761 owes sold at 14 65 and 50 at 84 45 700pound year ling cattle 825 05 milk cows 420 to 823 plug horses 831 to fOO mules 8152 to 8275 per pair- Snows final crop estimate places the wheat crop at 704 000000 bushels em bracing 444000000 bushels winter and 200000000 bushels spring The three big States Minnesota and tbo Dakotas he credits with 180000000 bushel oats 823000000 bushel The condi Lion ot corn Is placed at 73 0 or two points lower =Confessions of a Priest Rev John 800x of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suflercd from yel low jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts of medi cines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for 12years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general do bully get Electric Bitters Its guaran teed by all druggists Only SOc NEWS NOTES A boy of 17 year and a girl of 13 were married In Letcher county Loultvlllo bat built more than five miles of new streets In the last year MrIROlesuicide At Kenosba WIs Frederick Craw ford of Oibkoib shot and killed bli wife and himself Caleb Powers and Jim Howard were ordered removed from Georgetown to the Loultvllle jail I Fayette Cox of near Morehead com mitted suicide by hanging He was mentally unbalanced Charles H Voorblet a prominent citizen and retired capitalist of Lex- Ington died suddenly During quarrel eta bean stringing in Eitlll county near Irvine one man was shot and Instantly killed Walter Jackson the convicted mur derer of a alxyaarold boy at Hamilton Moot was lynched by a mob Nebraska State bankers voted al most unanimously favor of the re peal of the present bankruptcy law D J Donovan who eight veers ago Inherited 850000 at Cynthlana Ky died In poverty at Kansas City Mo Bernard and Anna Schultz husband and wife of Milwaukee committed suicide by Inhaling Illuminating gas B M Arnett of Nlcholosvlllc was elected Grand Matter of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows In session at LexingtonThree were killed and six In jured In a wreck on the Hawklnsvlllo L Florida Southern railroad near Haw klnivlllc Ga Capt Henry L Casey of the Ken tucky State Guard will be matter of horse at the West Point Sill Itory Academy Jockey Frank Miller was killed In a race at Brighton Beach and his mount Minute Mao was so badly hurt that ho bad to be killed Three men were killed and three others badly hurt In collision between Missouri Pacific and Frltco freight trains In Kansas City Mo The director of the mint purchased 100000 ounces of silver for Philippine coinage at an average of 60i cents an ounce the highest price yet paid Johnson Chase null the oldest letter carrier In New York fell dead from grief while standing beside the coffin containing the body of his brother Work on the new L Si N shops In South Louisville Is progressing rapidly but it will require over two years to finish the work The shops are to cost over 83000000 and will be the largest In the United States with one excep tion MT VERNON The Masonic lodge room over tho Christian church Is undergoing repairs Mr Elrodtbo photographer Louis ville who has been here f l the past three weeks seems to be doing a good business Mr A W Sowrd Is moving from the Mary Carter property to the house recently vacated by Mr Sutton Mr Will Smith has gone to Lexington Little Christine Shelton Davis was remembered on her 3rd birthday last Monday by Mln Sallie SholtonV of Stanford tending her a handsome sil ver gold lined cup beautifully engraved Mr WO Mulllns of Llvlcgston was In town this week J W Brown was In Llvlngslpn on business Tuesday E T Fish has been confined to hit bed for a week but Is now able to be out tome Miss Eva Fish has returned from a visit to relatives at Paint Lick Messrs E B Cox and Burdett Houk drove to Paint Lick last Saturday on business Victor Tate will go to Lex ington Monday to enter a business col legeJ W Brown visited his son Conn at Danville Sunday John W Miller of Lancaster has been here superintend tag the gathering and shipping of his floe apply and peach crop near town Mrs Susan Hendarton U visiting Mrs Martha Lewis Mrs Elizabeth Law rence of Lovel Green has been visit log her son Dr G B Lawrence Dr I J n Lawrence and wife of Hyde have returned from a visit to his moth er at Level Green and are now with his brother here Mr and Sirs ORear of Mt Ster ling who have been visiting the fam fly of M C Miller Sr returned to tnelr home Monday Mesdaracs O C Williams and F L Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter Misses Rlisle and Alza at Hamilton College Mr and Sire M J Mill er Jr are In Louisville buying goods W J Rider and wife are visiting his grand mother at Upton Sire G M Ballard who has been quite sick Is able to sit up now For a pleasant physio take Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy o take Pleasant in effect For salo by W N Craig PROF J WALTER WILSON Who will give three delightful enter tainments at Walton Opera House commencing Monday night next 10th LANCASTER The Lexington trots are attracting many Lancaster people Wm SImpson and Miss Minnie Iroaddus both of this county were married Wednesday Invitations have been Issued to are ception given by Miss Caroline Curry and Mrs J C Hemphlll at the homo of the latter on Thursday evening Mrs Belle Burnslde was called to the bedside of her daughter Miss Willie Belle who Is lit with typhoid fever at Dexter Mo where she la teaching In a musical college The officers of the Ladles Aid So ciety for the ensuing year arc Sire Kauffmao president Mrs Fleece Rob tnsoo vice president Mrs Ellen Owe ley secretary Mrs Jennie Embry treasurerOn a considerable frost was teen about the court house and Icicles were suspended from the roof This explaineddlieutenant goy ernor and treasurer were speaking In side to a small crowd An Oklahoma paper gives a pleaslnf account of a birthday dinner given by Mrs Craver to her father Mr Mike Elkln In honor of bis 70th blrtbdarj Mr Elklnoncereiided In this county and Is widely connected throughout this section He has recently made his home In that new country ants Is delighted with It It will beat Interest to tbo people of this community and to the traveling public to know that Ode Shugars has rented the Mason Hotel wblob has been sucsessfully managed by Mrs U D Simpson for the past 10 years Mr Shugars takes possession Jan 1 and af ter refitting and refurnishing through out will open It for the accommodation of the public Oar citizens are watching the laying of the water works pipes with much in terse The work Is progressing rap Idly Already tho pipes have been laid from the lake to the public square and It gives promjie of completion by IDeo 1 the time specified In tbo con tract Mr Sheffield the contractor received an Injury to his band and Is quite III at his homo In New Albany bloodpofson having set In L B Beazley has been In Lexington for two weeks Miss Martha Elkin Is visiting Miss Mary Welch In Nicholas yllle Mr and Mrs Wm West and daughter will attend the trots this week W B West who has been on duty at Camp Young his returned homo J fl Klnnalrd has gone on d business trip to West Virginia Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson are visiting Scott Hudson In Lexington Prof J Walter Wilson la visiting at the home of R E McRoberts Do GoodIt Pays A Chlcmo man has observed that tool deeds are better than real estate deed some of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You can not possibly lose by it Most men appre ciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are persons In this community who might truthfuly sayIIMy good friend cheer up A few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and there Is no ulanger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medicine It always cures I know It for it has helped me out many a time Sold by W N Craig THE LAMENT OF A BRIDE Yes I am married Bound fast for life I am nU bond slave Known as his wife Mockry of marriage Chains that gall and bind Im broken in heart And broken In mind Would I were dead And under the sod Rather than married My OCdmy God 1 IntoHisHouse S Lee Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by inva don of chronic constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured iTJieyro guaranteed to cure 25c at all drug stores fcVof I a HighGrade Suits FOR MEN I osneat We arc showing the choicest f products of they best wholesale tailors in the country PERFECT FITTING If you are thinking of ordering a Tailormade Suit come in here first and see what we can sell j you for 15 To- T 25 D mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE MlddleburgpikeWednesday October 28th J903 plctureofpercentmilletpositive and no buy lading JAMES PRYE Hustonville KyO We Have Just Received Our Superior Grain Drills For this season and have some new improvement and will take pleasure in showing them to our farmer friends This drill has been thoroughly ivveA 10T Aars In this couutyand you take nojrisk when you buy the Superi or HigginsMKinneySTANFORD 1 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 the best paints thoeo days go far thor and last 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 to fully appreciate its QLALITY Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPERBest Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purposes I IE J1 IHEINTERlORJOURNAL E C WALTON D NEWLAND SR 1THOMASa of Lincoln county uF ltCt to the action of the deoiocriUc party GEO W DE BORD Ita uulJate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutoject to the action of the democratic puny T JEFF HILL SR refcandidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutoject to the action of the democratic tatty JESSE C LYNN Is a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln count subJec o tile action of the JemocraUc party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party W IHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tile action ol the femocratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sutoject la the action of the democratic party r A W CARPENTER- Is a a candidate for Representative of Lincoln coo subject to the action of the party MEREDITH E PRUITT V Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNIc Schools of Lincoln County subject to lh action of the demo- cratIC party 1Democratic Ticket for Gamier J C IV BECK1IA2I For Lieutenant Governor W P TUORNE 4 For Auditor of State- S W BAQER For Treasurer H JT BOS WORTH For Attorney General j N B HAYS For Secretary of State S V McCJIESNEY 4 For Superintendent of Pullio Inetruetto J II FUQUA For Comm Uoner of Agriculture tUVBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals l J1OBGAN CHINN For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge w COAA BELL Commonwealth Attorney 4For A HARDIN w For Circuit Clerk F HOLDAM 4JRepresentative J M ALVERSON IN support of Hon Robert Franklin 1motion to remove Powers and Howai Louisville Jail for jafekeeplni f thefiled the affidavit of Jailer PInle 1 1 of Scott county that a letter bad beeo ti received by a certain State officer mak log known the fact that an attempt would shortly be made to liberate tbe and that theirtwo men from custody It mountain frleodtf bad about perfected t s plan to give them their freedon If Cot Belknap if not elected In case of his election they are to be par Boned the letter states but on the oth er hand If he Is defeated their freedom Is to be secured by other meant I poaalbly by the help of such a mouo sale army as was brought to Frankfor t and assisted In the murder of Gov Goe bel The author of the letter Inslstei that his Identity be kept a secret as It was at the perU of his life thathe matt Vfaefte dUclOMires WE have no moro doubt of the elec tion of Gov Beckham and the admit 1ableticket he heads than we have of j Ftheexistence of a Supreme Being and seems the belief of all who are cognizant of the situation This conO y dence which seems to be possessed by 1 Iandemocrats may however work In r jury to tbe party Men wilt feel that there Is no especial reason for exertion f and will not make that effort that they should Over confidence has lost many t a battle Dont let tbe enemy catch ui napping but sleep with one eye open and never say quit till the last day In tbe afternoon Organize and see that every democrat does his duty and the be so great that there tmajorliywlllI nev exist any doubt as K I i Kentucky 1ToMGllnoty will be a big day at HuBtonvllle Hon James H Mulll gan who will be one of the speakers o 1 tbe occasion is the most popular ora titoron tbe stump In the present cam palgn Since his famous speech at 1 Frankfort some weeks ago the demo- craticI headquarters has been besieged from all over StateIIT Is only a little over two weeks un til the election and If there Is a spark of democracy left in you It behooves you to go to work for tbe splendid tick et that will appear under the rooster Glance at tbe names above and see I f they are not worthy of your support COL JOUN K HKNDBICK and R J Breclclnrldce late candidates foi governor against Beckham sari mak 1logspeeches for him greatly to their be It said There was never I greater harmony In the democratic party In tbe State I II MATRIMONIAL M L Bastln tend bliss Annie Moore both Infants In tbe epee of tho lawI were married at South Fork WetJDee day Mrs Etta Latimer announces the marriage of her daughter Miss Sue Slaughter Letlmer to Mr Carllslo Cleland of Junction City to occur early In NovemberAdvocate- W D Jones and Miss Mamie Kelley and S B Stndldgo and Miss Eva Jones all of Garrard drove over Wed ne day afternoon and were joined heart and band In tbe parlors of tbe Veranda Hotel by Rev J M Bruce Thomas J Black and Miss Lizzie Leo Bales prominent young people of Mad lion county were married at tho brides home William Arbucklei MII Minnie Dunn of the Klrksvllle neighborhood were also united In mar rlage Miss Louise Burrow Rochester for merly of this place but now of ArllnJI ton Texas will be married on Oc 20th to Mr Joicph Wynne BurneyI Miss Rochester Is a daughter of tbo late Col E T Rochester and la a very beautiful and accomplished young wo manSenator Thomas 0 Platt accordl to many statements has been sued for 925000 damages for breach of proms of marriage by Mies Mae C Wood a clerk In tbe money order divisiOn of the poet nflice department at Washln ton where it Is said she was placed on the Senators recommendation Justice must give way to love called Judge Een F Roacb from tho bench In the county court here when Matt Sowell and Mies Myrtle Upu entered his crowded court room aDd produced a marriage license and asked- him to perform the ceremony Tho court was In the midst of the trial of a case but attorneys witnesses and tbe judge all took a recess while the judge ironounced them mAn and wife Tt- ontractlog parties are residents of E McKinney Ky and are prominent young people of that place They woro compelled to elope to this place N to t- larrled Harrodsburg dispatch to lOuIavllle Times HIGHLAND Cook Bros now have their saw mUl up and are ready fpr work John Young has moved Into tbe louse recently vacated by W G At tooMlu Anna Goocb our teacher gay a Fox supper a few nights since for the purpose of a school library She real- Ized about 815 A dish washer at Frank Horton II and a loghauler at Cap Butts have put 10 heir appearance since our last reportI Mr Mitchell bought of Geo W Leach a 20acre farm near the reunion rounds for 8125 T W Hutchiso ought of M 0 Bryant his farm near Mt Morlah for 325 Mr 0 H Baker was elected super itendent of the Greasy Ridge Sunday School Sunday Mr A G Faulkne baa been off for a few days and Is at ome with bis family Rev G H annon pastor for the Methodic lurch has arrived and will preacl bill first sermon Sunday Rey S M Carrier will move his family to Pine Tlllo the place to which be was recent r appointed Mrs Mollle Gastlneat aod eon of Hyattsville visited bet other H H Walls last week Mee- era Loweotball of Somerset Acey of Science Hill and Reynolds of StanI lord were hero last week In the Inter e8t of their houses Mr W 0 Watti 18 sowing wheat on his farm recently ircbased of Mr Charley Rice ueat Maywood Elbert Young went to Somerset last Saturday MM Jas SmIth aod children visited her sister Mrs E E Young Meisrs Thoa Roy and Mar Goodpaster are at home after quite a stay near Lexington Mrs J M- Coole la visiting her son W R Cook at Somerset J H Butt went to Lou- levllle last week to buy his fall oodl- lMrl Logan Bryant la visiting her pa- rente near Eubanks Mr T W Hutch 1100 has just completed a large barn- Mrl S S Bastln Mrs Mike Floyd and uphter Mice Nellie have just re- turnud from visiting relatives in Wayne county Mr K C Bastin and family of Casey are visiting home folk here POLITICAL The latest estimate indicates that iltzman democrat Is elected mayor 01 Indianapolis over Bookwalter ref bllcan by 700 or 800 majority Plans have been completed for Gov tckham to make a flying trip on a epdclal train through the State the latt week of the campaign He will make 40 speeches during the week one of 3tbem at the Auditorium lo Louisville on the nighof October 28 Mclnerny of Kenton saYIlIt Is a lie out of tbe whole clqth that be said he would support there bltcaa ticket this year He never dreamed of such a thing ho says and he will stamp under the rooster as well as work for tbe ticket as be always doesGov Beckbam and Congressman 3James spoke to the largest crowd Wed oesday that bad assembled In Hender son for years It was variously estlma ted from 5000 to 7000 The speaking wall from a stand erected In the court houile yard and the crowd that gather ed around tbe rostrum was full of en thualaaa SOMERSET Halloo dear old Crab Orchard This correspondent Is always glad to rcad your Items Success to you Lovely weather continues and maDY nut gatherers are taking advantage or It spending days In the beautiful woods Beforo this Is read the Wallace Shows will have been exhibited her The small boy the large boy old and nickels for tbeyoung are saving their expected circus today Donation parties to the pastors of our city are now In order Dr Glass tho Presbyterian minister and Rev Molt tyre tho Methodist preacher have had tbelr larders bountifully filled The various millinery stores here are bowers of beaaty and loveliness and are now opec to all who desire to see tbe latest styles Indeed all our merchant are vielng with each other In tine tock of goods and will be glad to wait upon any one who will call Hundreds of spectators were at tho depot Sunday to witness the unloadli and feeding of the animals of Barnui k Baileys show on route to Knox rlllo Tbe show wee In five sections of 20 cars each and was decidedly Inter rating to the many who saw the feed ng The members of tb8Chrh lan cbureh rill send tbelr pastor Eld 0 P Mr Jahan to the National convention at Detroit Oct lath These are subitat lal expressions of appreciation and are no doubt gratefully received by tbos rbo labor so earnestly In and out of tbe pulpit for the good of humanity It tbe city Our city Is up todate and expects to ontlnuo on the up grade with Us ctll clent management and with the favorable and liberal offers of the Candlei and Highland additions we may expect great results Our now three story boo- tel Is rapidly nearing completion and wUl be a handsome and commodloui tructureCHURCH MATTERS Eld Joa Ballou will preach at the brlstlan cbnrch Sunday morning Prof Wilson will have charge of the music Hey O M Huey tells us that his meeting at Mlddlesboro is progreesltj cely and that great Interest Is being anlfested In It There have been 14 Idltlons to date Rev J L Owens has accepted a callas pastor of tbe church at Ellliburg Casey county Be will begin a pro treted meeting at McKinney next week Somerset Journal The protracted meeting at the Chris tlao church closed last night Kid innon has greatly endeared himself to our people who very much regret ivlng hIm and his excellent wife leave here- After a busy cession the Tennessee etbodUt Conference adjourned at nrfreeaboro The Rev J B Erwin wbo was suipendedfrom the ministry for six months for excessive nee of In toxIcants withdrew bis appeal b fore- tbe body He Learned a Great Truth His said of John Wesley that ho once said to MletreM Wesley Why do 10U- tell that child the same thing oyer and- over again John Wesley because onco telling is not enough It Is for- this same reason that you are told again- and again that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these dl- leues to result in pneumonia and that It II pleasant and safe to take For sale by W N Craig An Indiana jury In an attempted murder case acquitted tbe defendant In a verdict arrived at by throwing nlckele for heads and tails Thejurors wl1l probably po prosecuted FOR SALE One 2yearold Jack a In foal a tg 5 weanling Jennet coltaI Standardbred geldings i and I- iyearold nicely broke 0 Cashmere goats 2 esrllng horse mules These mule will be sold at half price on account of slight eclencywhich does not Injure service B KINO Moreland Ky OPTIC Special ists Drs R d G Goldstein TIJEI CELEBRATED OPTIC SPECIALISTS OF LOUISVILLE KY Will be at the Veranda Hotel Iron Monday Oct 10 to Saturday 24 Inclu elusive Dr Goldstein Is well known all ores the State of Kentucky and has given un iversal sat afaction and those who have tried him spear in pralre of his work his Is such that we do not beg itato to recommend him in the highest terms lie is particularly successful In the treatment of the eye and head Fitting children with spectacles a specialty Parents do not neglect your Ttnltchildrens eyes caste I Office Hours H8t N 1 No professional calls made to private residencesAt Hotel Stan ford Ky pct THE GRAND LEADER Is Closing Out to Quit Business soratawu Irn rl The crowds have been flocking in taking ad vantage ofthe Grand Bargains we are offering Have you neglected to come Ifso hurry for yourneigh bor has been here Remember every thing goes at ABSOLUTE COST Get here before the assortment is brokenf1 Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Carpets c Everything at Cost Dont Delay V THE GRAND LEADERM B LEVY CO Prors 8 B LEVYManapor r HOME FOR SALE Nice cottage offour room eight acres ot land necessary outbuildings barn Threefourths of a mile from Stanford or Hmtonvllle pike BETTIK DAilNRTT For Sale or Rent I- My house and lot of 18 aero J rate from nastonrtlle on HBitenvllle k llmdlerdt Tllla Turnpike Improvement KH good For particulars see hose Uut tunvtile y MIlS ELLA S ROSS WantedPoultry and Produce Will open house at Stanford next Monday Oct 1Mb to buy Turkey Chickens tides Feathers and all kindsGce e Eon of NOHTHCOTT A THOMAS I Al Christian Turkey louse 4e M PRICE Burgeon j Stanford Ky OBUT r VeBoUru Drag stun In the Owsl BaUdlnt d W Wallace X Son Blacksmitli3 and Fancy EossflShoflrs West Main Street Stanford Kentuck- yNOTICE All accounts due W I Evans not by Nov T 1003 will be sold to the hlehetbtd derln front of hi late tore on that day GEORGE D WEATIIERFOKD Assignee W L Evans FOR SALE Four bonus one two bono hack ODD wagon one twoseated Jersey wagon twO buggies two seta wagon liarneM one double set surrey harness two Iota buggy bar ness exnres and passenger trans fer from Moreland to goo paying business o OH AS JOHNSON Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE O COi Real Estate Agonts Stanford Kontucky All persons wishing to buy or tell farm will to tee us We a numbe of line Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale nnd will be pleated to show BUT ODe what we have If you to sell place It In our hand Office at lioonei Livery Stable Stanford K- yPUBLIC SALE Having decided on account of 111 health to quit farming I will on SATURDAY OCT 17 1003 On the farm of Mr Nancy L Smith on the Lancaster and Stanford pIke a mile from Stanford and 0J mile from Lancaster sell mv personal property consisting of i good cow calves 1 calf about 3 weeks old a 2yearold Shorthorn heifer 11 nice- yearlingstcen holt TOO pounds 1 mare mule 10 hands high t 8ycar old mulo 1 good work mare In fool to Jack 3 fat hogs 10 100 pound shouts 400 shocks of fodder 120 bales extra good hay 3 largo straw tick 200 barrels of corn 13ucre talk Hold with It acre of good fresh grass to be rented from Nov 13 to Jan 1 1004 farming Implements In good repair con slating of a 2horse wagon good as new a Deering binder mowing machine rake Superior wheat drill a 2horse cultivator 3 steelbeam chilled plows wagonand plow burness Other things too numerous to men tion Sale to begin at 0 A M TERMS Sums of 810 and under cash over that imount a credit till Dec 1 1003 without Interest with rood negotiable notes KyJ Withers Furniture Co Doulers in Fino Furniture Carpota Rugs Wall Paper Window Shades i- eIC I Manufacturors of Picture Frnmos I t SE V M Our 6000 Grain Drill with Fertilizer and Seed er attachments There is none better r GEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky f Watches Of QualitytFor Ladies andjMen t Watches that will be a I credit to the wearer Plain i or beautifully engraved eon ies containing reliable works J to make perfect timepieces + + PRICES RIGHT t W H MUELLER i- IStanford Ky r SATIS FTED I CONTENTMENT Is a foe to progress It It said though Irgreaurforsatisfied with the OROCERIESI strivingtomymrthodJ f J nour ud full line of Dlamoud Cof herelID e everything hu decided merit J W PERRIN tHe Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky II C BAUGHMAN C R llcCoRMAci Baughman McCormack i HUSTONV1LLE KENTUCKYf r 0 1 We cordially Invite the people of West Lincoln to call In and ice our goods nodc give us a portion of their patronage We have added largely to our stock ol Gro cerieB Hardware Furniture Ac and can please you In any line Our prices are ilittle LOWER than the LOWEST Give us a call I r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t STANFORD KY OCT 1C 1003 u In Oiling your prescriptions wo UBO propordonesot do bettor It yon us double the price which In always reasonable Pant ye Drug Store PERSONALS MANLEY OOEY U sow a salesman In Cummins McClurys MR M B LEVY ol Loulivlllo It with his brother Mr S D Levy Nits JOSIE ORIFFITH of MoKlnnoy Is the guest of Mrs R R Gentry Mn E T OBAZLEY of flarrodsburg spent several days with the homefolkt I hero Mua MARY J MILLER of Stanford II thegueay of Mrs J S WallaAd vocateA girl has arrived at the home of Judge and Mrs Thomas M Owsley In Naihvlllo MtOF CUAKLKS R HUNT president 0 of Mt Vernon Institute was a caller at this oflloo yesterday MR J W DASTIN and wife of Pltti burR paned through Tuesday en route to Louisville and Devler- MKB ANNIE DOLTZCLAW of Lin coin county Is the guest of Mlis Mario lirtnln Lex Democrat MISS MS LOOAN orders her paper changed from Loulivlllo to New Cal tie where she has a positions MK WILLIAM MOUELAND and wife of Lexington loveral days with r their daughter Mrs W C Shanks NEWS cornea from Somerset that cute little daughter has arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs Cabbell D Ow 01MRANDMRS S M ALLHX of Mtl ler burg came over to attend the burl BsWoods Miss UATTYU PAR RU the pretty niece or Mrt Huff Dudderar Is visit log Mrs Mary Ulla Huctt at Lebanon Junction MRS A IJ ROIIBRTSON and Mies Luclle Cooper of Danville spsnl Wed nesday afternoon with friends and rela tives here OAW AND MRS J ALBX DOTY are over from Oarrard to see tholreon Mr Lewis L Doty who has been sick a week or more MMDAMBSM II SINOLWTOS and Utiay iloblay of the West Fad wan callers at this effloe Taawlay The tatter paid for her papa to March 16 1900 PRANK LjB UM gentlemanly pro iorlplboltl at rUBY Drug Store Is eojeytog a visit to bis nether at Midway Will S Es bry Is working In his place UHV J W IlAQlN leaves today to pond a week In Detroit where he Is 0scot by his ohureb to attend the Na local convention of the Disciple of K DBKT SMITH of Shelby vllle arrived yesterday to be the guest of Mrs W P Given Miss IJettle Paxton of Stanton Is alto her guest Advocate MR W D TANNER who has made p the McKlnney section a splendid cltl sea for a year or so has moved to Franklin Teen much to the regret of p his many friends JUDO JOSH SWOIF visited his old home In Hustonv vie Sunday Incident ally looking after his fences In the coming judgeship race In Lincoln Somerset Journal Miss SALLIe COOKE who has spent several months with her sisters and other relatlyes hero left Wednesday 1 for her homo at Nashville Little Miss Lucy Leo Walton returned with her and will spend some time- LOCALS THREE show cases for tale W M Craig Pharmacist BEE our now ready adowalking and sweep skins All the new styles Sev erance It Sons SEE 1100eating stoves Something new In a hot bloat John Bright JrCo A NEW postal clerk on this division who carries mall by Is one of the voxa done wr are contending with Just now r ojALL prcocrlptlon work Intrusted to roe will have my personal attention W N Craig Pharmacist successor tot Craig ts Hooker ADAMS Curtis Adams a splendid young man of the Cedar Crock section died Wednesday of pneumonia and was burled yesterday Miss KATE BOOLE of Hustonvllle telephoned us last night to announce her candidacy for superintendent public schools nor card will appear next Issue IF you dont think wo need a no fourfbouBO get County ClorkCooper to show you some of the valuable records that are being ruined because of no place to keep them AFTER handling the Old Hickory wagon for five years wo have found a better wagon for the farmers for less money The Capital Cell In and see then Carson 5 Peacee SEE our 80aS tteen Petticoats Soy I erance Song r BATfEN Petticoats GOo to ISJjfii Severance S SODS ofRowlandATTEND E tonessale to mor row Saturday See ad WHEN you want hauling of any kind done call on J L Beazley S Co SuperiorDisc noysCARLOAD of Americanwoven wire fence just received and It will bo sold cheap Ferris Co 6 BETTER pay your town taxes now Six per cent will bo added Nov 1 R G Jones city marshal LOST on Main Street yesterday morn leg a pockoi book containing about til Leave at this ofllco LpvlMyers Ij OR one of my deputies will be at Hustoavllle next Saturday I7tb to collect taxes M S Baughman slier Iff I WILL have Monday car load of heavy bung Perchoron mares Call at tbo pets at the depot and ace them K H Beazley LOST walkingcane between Stanford and Danville lied loiter N on silver plate on handle Return to Rev It R Noel Stanford WE will have a carload of Nebraska and Iowa horses at Sears Stable Som erset Monday next Oct 10 See them If you want a good horse cheap J P Cook L Co I HAVE taken charge of the Shelton coal business at Rowland and will keep constantly on hand the boat of cOalI which I will soil at the lowest prices Give me a call J B Higgins Rowland A TELEGRAM from James I White who represents an oil company at Cloyds Landing Cumberland county says Struck gusher on leland The telegram was to Dr E J Brown a warm friend of Mr White Two years ago net week the bulk ofI Cattle salsa In Chicago ran from 15 to 1715 Last week they were II 25 LOI IS Jtt Out If anyone has beard of any reduction In the retail price be haaI kept It to himself NOTICB All claims against the City of Stanford must be 1114 each month three days before each regular meet- IeKof the olty council with the PI nance Committee composed of M D Klmora and Cicero Reynolds L R Haghes oily clerk IT Is a moil Interesting and ennob ling entertainment It should bo giv en In every city Mr Wilson Is of oul lured cbrlsllan gentleman and will reoI calve a warm welcome It he ever comet to Lancasteragaln Lancaster Record At Walton Opera Rouse jttonday Tuesday and Wednesday nights Oct 19 20 arid 21 TilE Fayelie Brick Si Supply Co of Lexington Is preparing articles of In corporation The capital stock Is laO 000 W C Greening Is president Jas P Frye Is vice president and Jas Fryo secretary aod treasurer All of tbo officer are Lincoln county gentlemen and we are glad to learn of their suc cess In the enterprise The capacity of the brick yard Is now 40000 per day but this will be largely Increased at once MR MEREDITH E PRUITT of More land announces In this Issue his candi dacy for the democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Schools of this county Ho Is a clover young man aod has had a great deal of experience as a teacher having been In the schoolroom since he was a boy Mr Prulitls a cbrlsllan gentleman popular at homo and all over the county and will no doubt make a formidable candidate for the nomination TilE Mlddlesboro Record says The public schools opened October Cth with an enrollment of about 500 In all the schools This Is by far the largest opening In the history of the schools Most of the rooms aro full already and many more pupils yet to enter The present high standard to which tbe schools have attained Is due In a great measure to the Indefatigable efforts of Superlniendeni M O Winfrey who Is entering upon his second year and as an educator and disciplinarian has given universal satisfaction IN his speech at Frankfort James H Mulligan gave a genteel skinning to Calebfhis unspotted character and said Em met never conspired to bavo a political hiredwassassin Emmet sever attempted to ercape capture with a pardon la his pocket Emmat Dover offered money to a Sudlo Snuffer to flea and not testify against him Emmet never waived the truth or falsity of an affidavit which be wished to show the judges secretly to get a new trial Hear him at Alcorns Opera House Hustonvllle tomorrow Saturday afternoon Oct 17 READY mde drop skirts Sons SoverancoI DONT fall to hear Boot Mulligan W C toImorrowwill be held In Alcorne Opera louse and It will begin at 1 oclock sharp MR J WALTER WILSON the sing log evangelist of Indianapolis lectur ed last night at the Central church Toe lecture was ChrhUaoI by almost 200 magnificent large audience wan delighted and In spired to nobler Christian efforts and sacrifice Tbo Press Post Columbus O At Walton Opera House Moo day Tuesday and Wednesday nights Oct 10 20 and 21 MR R B WOODS AFTER a long end useful life Mr Robert B Woods one of Lincoln coun tys most substantial citizens and for years her most extensive farmer and trader breathed his last on Wednesday afternoon surrounded by members of his sons family who bad attended every want of the good man during his Illness of some 10 days For many years Mr Woods had made his homo with his only child Mr Kph P Wood and never did father and son live hap pier together Each almost worshipped the other and what belonged to one was the others If be only made his de sire known Deceased was one of tbe oldest men In tbo county having been born Aug 10 1814 and certain aro wo that no man stood higher with his fel lawman He was born In Bedford coun ty Teen but when 23 years old moved to Nashville where be remained two years a portion of which time he spent In school He returned to Bedford county and ran a bemp factory for three years and then came to Pulatkl count v this State lo 1851 he married Miss Susan Fisher grand daughter of Epbralm Pcnnlogton and five child ren were born to them only one of which survives In 1860 Mr Wood bought the splendid farm on tbe Knob Lick pike where he lived until his death On April 2 1800 Mr Woods and his wife were baptized and reedy ed Into the Baptist church at this place by Rev A D Rash Ho was a most devoted Baptist and a great Bible Student and could quote scripture by the hour His wife died many years ago Mr Woods was a moat hospitable man and was never happier than when en tertaining his friends Ho will be missed at home and In this entire vi deity which mourns the lots of so splendid a citizen Peace to his ashes After short services at the grave by Rev O M Uuey al 4 oolock yesterday afternoon all that was mortal of the grand old gentleman was laid to rest to Buffalo Cemetery LIBERTY Mrs Cabell was visiting her daugh ter Mr Sallle Stagg J W Burgle has purchased the bar ber shop from J R Whlpp- G W King lost a very valuable horse Sunday from hydrophobia The Christian church Is holding a protracted meeting conducted by Elds W G and J Q Montgomery Richard Young Is assistant cashier In the absence of A P Young who Is attending Federal court In Louisville The merchants have returned from the cities where they have teen buy log goods and it appears that they have lots of thdm The fiscal courtCwas In session last week and transacted a good deal of business The most Important was tbe purchase of a poor house farm The farm of D G Portman was bought for 14000 and T J Benedict was employed as superintendentHawk was In Stanford Monday on business A P Young and Lbllweeklag trip to Louisville Tuesday on po litical business Matt White of Illi Dole Is with relatives hero Mrs Mollie Thomas and sons attended churc at DuVnvlllo Sunday Miss Levona Rlgglns paid a visit to her homo a Evona Saturday Official reports show tho total re ceipt at 50 of the largest pot ofca In the country during September to have exceeded by nearly nine per cent the receipts of the same month last yearFormer Lieut Gov J H Tlllman of South Carolina vfai acquitted of the murder of Editor Gonzales Mrs George Bishop died In Louie ville shortly after taking a dose of headache powders IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IDaovUlo yoted for electric lights Johnson died In oar a long Illness Tho schools In Plttaburg In Laurel county have been closed on account smallpoxThe orI meeting of the Eighth gressional Educational Association will be held In Richmond October 30 and In a general fight on Clear ForkBell county James Parton was killed and Grant John sod Wm Henry Sowders James Davis and Bob Tlntloy aro un der arrest charged with orDaavUlojudge of the Scott circuit court to try the cato of the Pbcrnlx Insurance Com pany against the Georgetown Water Company Judge Cantrtll Is disquali fied In the case Fine Farm For Sale The splendid Illue0ra form of the late Samuel O Thorns located live miles from Danville will bo sold at public auction at the court houso door In Danville Ky on MONDAY OCTOBER It 1901 At oclock rI This farm contains 257 acres of first rate blae grseland and lone of the best Improved farms tit the State having every facility applied for Orltclas termIng and stockraising Tbe Improvements consist of a splendid TonRoom Brick Dwelling A fine stock barn with 10 to IS italli for handling trotting horses a large tobacco barn a large pumping engine located In a wellbuilt pumping house for supplying stuck water to various parta of tbe farm buildingsAH will write to tho undersigned at Faalconcrs Sta tlon Ky or Inquire at bar residence on said tarm opportunity will be given to view the farm Improvements Jilts ANNA V THOMAS Widow of Samuel O Thomas decd ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April 7 1003 lion James I Bailey presiding with the following justices of the Ice towit J A Dudderur 0 A Smith F U Compton and WO Wallln at tbe February term 1008 of the Lincoln Circuit Court the grand Jury Impaneled for saId court condemned and buUdlagInuOlclcntIntended and unsafn for occupancy and dl rected that such action bo as necessary to remedy the detects and avoid the danger complained of In saldreport of said grand jury und whereas said report of said grand Jury has been presented to this court for consideration and the same having been considered now therefore the whole court sitting It M considered by the court that the public convenience and safety and the preservation of tbe public records require that tbe present unsafe and Inadequate court house tit removed and a new one erected on the present court houso lot and It Is so ordered An appropriation of 40000 for this purpose Is hereby ordered subject to the ap plural of the legal voters of Lincoln county to be ascertained hereinafter directed and as required by law For the purpose of providing fund thus appropriated for the object alt aforesaid It U timber ordered that 40 ono thousanddolIafDands of the county of Lincoln be prepared II the law rloyabletosaidbondseach designated herles A II and D respectively Series A to mature In Ore years and payable at the option of the court after three years Series 1P to ma optionofmature In 10 years payable at tbe option of the court after eight years Series D to mature In year payable at the option of the court after lr years All of said bonds shall bear Interest from tho date of said bonds at the rate of per cent per annum payable semiannually at the Lincoln Coun tyiaUonal flank of Stanford Kentucky said bonds shall have Interest coupons at tkcbed to each bond which coupon shall be signed by the county clerk only and be shall keep a list of ail said bonds showing the numbers dates amount time due to whom delivered which shall be carefully preserved In his office and none of said bonds shall be sold at less than their par value laid bonds shall be signed by the prtsldlng judge of the county court and countersigned by tbe county clerk of the county further by this court fore the bonds above mentioned shall be issued the proposition to Issue same shall be submitted to voters of Lincoln county and an election shall be held and pallidlall be opened at each ot the several precincts In Lincoln county nt the regular election to be held In November 1003 which said election does not occur within days regular date at this order at which said election November 1903 tbe appro priation suggested by this court as directed ebove Ibal be submitted to the legal voters of the county for their approval or rejection and M S Bangbman timid of Lincoln hereby directed to adver tise said election and the object thereof for at least 30 daj next beforo be day thereof by printed hand bills posted up at three of the most public places in each precinct and at the county seat Said election shall be held by and conducted by the offlcersof said regular election In November 1003 In each prt clnct of said county and during the hours required to hod elections for county ofllcern and election shall bo held and conducted In all respects under the general election laws obtaining to this Common wealth at the time said election Is held The and nays bring demanded on the above order Justice of tbe Ptoco J A Dudderar voted yea Justice of the Trace F It Comp ton voted yea Justice of the Peace Smith voted Tea Justice of the Peace Wi D Walllo voted yen A Copy Attest CEO D COWER Clerk Lincoln County Court Bv Eph D 1ennlngton D C courtdjudge with the following named Justices of tile peace to wit J A Dulilierar O I llensley W D Wallin and V R Compton Whereas at this court at Us regular April term held April 1U03 entered an order pageshcourt directing bonds to be sold for the andtthat an on and whereas said liner directs that said bonds bear Interest the rate of 3 percent per annum payable nemlannually Now therefore It 1s ordered that so mucn of said larder as directs that said bond bear 3 per per annum Interest bo set aside can celled and held for naught and that said bonds be Issued to bear per cent payable semlannually and as otherwise dlri cted laId order entered as above stated Ills further ordered that this order be pub ished IlublIhedA copy attest Oco n COOPCR Clerk Lincoln County Court BY E D PcitxiNQTOif D 0 Honest Mike I U sootso The Best Of Mud Splitters Cummins 8 McClary S HERE TEYtAIE j The best the market affords Look them over and see who can equal them stocker Bootees 85 Manse Shoes 1350 to ISjcEd clcns Standard rubber lined boot absolutely water proof 150 Edelens Water King high top rubber lined shoe 13 Edelens honest Mike boots 350 Edelens Honest Mike shoes 12 Ede lens Level Best school shoe and Honest Mike school shoe f185 and 12 Ultra the queen of women shoes 1350 Brockport made by the Ultra people 3Thls is the CREAM of our stock Wo have many cheaper grades in good quality and style isB Terms Cash HJMRoberts CLOAKS We are now showing a very large line of Womens Misses and Childrens fine Cloaks all the very newest styles and materials We have the new Louis XIV Coats also the Boxcoats in castor blue and black Misses and childrens Zib eline Norfolk and Boxcoats Come let us show you Prices are right sta mlsrs SEVERANCE SON UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves III See Hot BlastTu1e In Door We have a complete line of Cast Range Cook and Heating Stoves of all grades and at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT JR CO ru 4lTHE iNTRRIORJOURNAL Entered n the lotto u at Stanford at toadclan matter abllahwdTuwda pw eusdFxSda9 AT 1 PER YEAR CASH When not sepsldMOO will b chirtd I II IIKNIXVILLE DIVISION 34 Train going North 104pm oltII IIM 23O a oM NoII II IBooth 1233 pm PARKERS HAIR IrumoUr tod a bzwwfirrgmvthti Never FmiU to Unto re Hair to 1U Youthful Color Cum nip dim k lung TREES IY THE MILLION FALL 1903 Fruit and ornamental grape Tines small fruits everKreenl rhubarb asparagus and nerytblng for lawn lid No agentl bot beet prices to the planter Both phones Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYKU k SON- SLexington KT JaH BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fND FEED STflBLE Stanford Ky Good Livery Sarvlce at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal ice 8 Tr qJlort DEALERS IK Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc Olrpent House STANFORD KY Oloseto Depot to PrompUnJrllleeosetsIegcapbaordtbat the receivi be trompt attention J D weafeniInsuranGe fluent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New In the 118171063512Surplus Casey Garrard and Lln coin couuties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky all BMahanyInsurance Solicits a share of the patronage of the owners In l counties of oleIncoln and Casey who may be seeking in etlrance against 1Iire LIghtning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Companies represented and the lowest jx Bibie rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell omce N W Oar Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitable strongest I in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity do Casunl ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness rr 6- TNEDfORpS BLACKDRAUOMT FOR IOH isnothingmorethan i md nothing lese than vitalstag nation or if not If every constipated sufferer aUowingpolhn would soon Ret relief Constipation invites nil kind of Headaches bilious nesa colds and many other ail ments disappear when consti are relieved Thed thoroughlycleans and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other via catbartbeaIyou BlackDrannht get the on i ne The Chattanooga Jledi iniCoy Sold all druggists in 25 cent and 100 packages t 1001I bowtair other UxaUvs I think 1 cold never be able to work It oa anxwnt of belig troubled with ItroeetlpaNOe Tour nedlclu U b m G HcFABUSD i FORRENT Mr storeroom recently occupied by Win Severance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY R A JONES DENTIST J StanfordKy Office over Hlgglns McKinney Store Telephone NO 01 DR PI WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in Myors House Flats- UMBRELLAS nocovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount Sx your umbrella better than the tramII repairers and for less money Ole me a trial FRAKK ATMIU StanfordI Mason HotelMRS IL D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clown splendid table Every htng first class Porters meet all trains 89 NEW LIVERY STABLE S W DViXE um Prori JUNCTION CITY KVI PintClass teat Reasonable RateSI Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Day For Stir PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my home onehalf mile from llustonvllle on the Bradfordavllle pike on- THURSDAY OCT 29 1903 My farm of 82 acres of good land well wa tered fenced and Improved Has a com fortable dwelling of seven rooms two good barns new corn crib three never falltn well creek runs through It Wilt also sell the following described personal property Mare In foil three year oId horse by ton S cows 3 calves 2 yearlings steer and heifer 2 brood sews wagon buggy 1 buckboard set of harness organ house hold and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 930 A sharp Terms mad known on of sale MRS NANNIE HARPER KITDR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acheMeartDieeaeebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There li I cure for you If necessary write lit 1cnnet lie liis spent a life tlrao curing Just suck cases as you r All conlultAtions A gravel lodged In my bladder Aflei using a few of Fcnners Kidney and Uaclcacho tours passed a travel at WTOAKES OrrlxVa Druggists Stlcl1 Ask for Cook Tlook Free STVITUSDANC CURE preventedfurther Sure Cure Circular lit Fencer FredonlaNY J+ cMcc1MYEMUAr And Doaloarlo SABHES3 SABDLEJRY SsO Stanford Ky Ja Li Beazley 5 Co Undortakers and- EmbaImere ALSODBALMIII FariiHurcMattlujjsRug8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY BELKNAP VOTED FOR A NEGRO OVER A MOUNTAIN DEMO CRAT Records In Jefferson County Court House Election of Aug 01883 In all his ipeccbei Cot Belknap the republican nominee for governor hat made the claim that he wants Ken Lucky to become one of the belt State in the Union and declares that be wants the Commonwealth to be governed by men woo will restore the State to her former proud position and make It a fit place to rear our eons and daughters While Col Belknap has been making this statement throughout the length and breadth of Kentucky a record wet found In the omen of Wm J Semooln county clerk of Jefferson county which democrats claim makes hit position Inconsistent The record Is now In the office of Mr Semonln and will bo ex hibited to all persons who have any doubt as to Col Belkoaps vote In the State election of Aug 0 1883 The record is Intact and shows that that day and In the third pro elect of the seventh ward In the city of Louisville the kid gloved and aristo cratic nominee for governor voted ifor J W Asbury a blue grass Negro and the republican nominee for register of the land oBIoo over George Cecil a Pike county mountain democrat and a gentleman of high standing That was when the register of the land oOlce was elected by the people and was voted for just the same as the governor the State auditor and the State treasurer are voted for now In that year the Negroes demanded rep resentation on the republican Stew ticket aid Asbury the Negro was put on as the nominee for register of the land oRlco The democrats nominated Mr Cecil who was widely known throughout tbe State aod especially In the mountains as a man of tbe highest Integrity and ability- Notwithstanding Asbury was a black man and not qualified In any sense of the word to fill tbe oftce to which be aspired Col Belknap because ho was a republican nod having tbe best In terests of the State at heart voted for the Negro over Mr Cecil Col Belknap was not the only morn bar of tbe Belknap family however to go on record In favor of electing a Ne gro to offlco over a respectable white man as his brother Wm R Belknap voted In the same precinct of tbe same ward on Aug 0 1883 and cast bis bal lot for Asbury over Mr Cecil Numerous republicans make the boast that they are the friends of tbe mountain people The democrats want to know If tbe good people of the moun trans of Kentucky want to have Ne groes la their State offices Tbe democrats of Kentucky want to know if there Is any one who has tho slightest doubt that It Morris B Belk nap should be elected governor that he would not appoint Negroes to the otll ces which be will have to nlllla the chief executive of the Commonwealth If he preferred a Negro to a white man In 1883 the democrats want to know If be has undergone any change since that time These are questions which the dem ocrats of Kentucky and the people ol tbe mountains and Cot Belknaps Sambo friends are entitled to know During Col Bolknaps present tour through Eastern Kentucky be might do well to tell the people of tbe Kentucky mountains whether he does prefer a Negro In office to a mountain man looftlceXYZA WOMANS COMPIEU0NIt is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sal lowncsa orgrcasincssof the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the beauty doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion Is by purifying and enriching the blood which can only bo accomplished by keeping the liver healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood pollution Qrccns August Flower acts directly on the liver cleansesand enriches the blood purifies the otnplexloji It also curs constipation biliousness nervousness and Induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been known to euro the most pronounced and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigos lion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 76 cents At all druggists rs e In order to accommodate its steadily increasing business the Queen and Crescent road has recelved Mlle for 200 70000pound hopper bottom coal carr 100 80000pouod drop bottom coal earn and 100 60000pound coke cars for the Alabama Great Southern and 500 box hopper bottom coal cars 200 drop bottom coal cars 100 coke arlt and 50 stock cars all of the 60000 capacity for the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Co A Love dotter Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores turns or Piles Otto Dadof Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly ore for a year but a box of Buckles Arnica Salvo cured me Its the beat Salve on earth 25c at all drug stores An indigestible meal was taken by a fourfoot house snake in Cofleyvllle O Mrs J M Creath noticed tbe viper In her hennery and killed ft In Memory of Sam P Gooch Bow deep Is tbo shade of melancholy which lingers around our hearts since the death of our devoted friend Sam Gooch Be was taken so sudden are made to realize there Is but a breath of air and a beat of the heart between this world and tbe next Io his career we have an example of a no ble Christian life bo was honest In his business dealings In his public actions and In his home life We cannot overestimate tbe strength and power of hU moral aod religious life No costly marble could build a more enduring monument to hiss memory than the Im pressions bo has made His Influence will live as a shlof anchor for our com munlty Not only his family but a number of relatives and friends art feeling the force of this adllctloa Al most the entire community have char ed tbo joys of their happy home aod are now sharing tbe sorrow with the bereaved wife and daughter who feel that earth has no compensating good to mitigate the severity of their loaf God call those whom Be bores aod why should Bo not claim His own Jewel to shine la His home though our own be made dreary Yet how strange It seams to us that God so often call our strongest and most useful men but He know what keys to touch In order to draw out the sweetest and most per feet harmonies and some day He will revealFor earth Has no sorrow That heaven cannot heal A FRIEND L Saves Two From Death Our little daughter bad an almost fa tal attack of whooping cough aod bron chill1 writes Mrs Wt K Havlland of Armonk N Y but when all other rem edies failed we und her life with Ir Kings Now Discovery Our niece who Ltd consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and to day she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other med Iclne on earth Infallible for coughs and colds 50c and II bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free uu Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher ofIElocution and Physical Culture Special attention given to the ilevetopraeet of thought as tbe true baste of TODe ductlon Emerson system of 1Iiyitonl Cal ture Pantooilmle work etc Studio at rev idence Main Street THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dlieaie and for oon sultation Board and nursing shall be out In advance weekly and monthly Profes ilonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must t paid promptly H C RUPLEY The Merchant Taiicr STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise 8TITLE co Stanford Kv No tRoos and lot In Stanford 0 i roomihtll porch In the rear good garden toad neighborhood rinse to churches aid KOOoL Coed lor until tam II IrlwIWO No HOUM end lot In Stanford louse con aim t room good stable sad s sties of land well fenced On of prettiest building lots In town room enough in from lit two other coiugw or a 2 torr could be built to tb coltiic and be uude a beautiful home Will unsold cheap Htbtowner mud bare money No lTwo story Iraint dwelling 7 room hall and reranda Ooo l garden fencing end house In good repair Ferula or rent lrtc rruomUe No 5HouM and lot In SUnlord ThiN room mdtrontionh UooJ garden and stable Good lOld cheap No7 House and lot in Stanford 134 stortae 5 room Uood garden smoke sod coal hoai only IW9 No TwoitockeolroMf for tale For p tr Labug0No 87 Two story eight roowi fume ilwrillar In Stanford K La rolea sad Urn lot Thi- sIeoeofthemtdealraWehouse In tows Pile A ole cottage sad tot on Iancater ilreet Stanford rooms good ettletn etc lost SI SIIOQNo sores our HuitoDillla Dwelling of right rooms ball TeranJi Me Oae INtant houie took barn large totlflOO barn and other outbuilding totem sod good writ In the yard sad water In ever add on the place Finn cot In leren field Got a au land No fitA Um of urn ham dwelling fourrujnil rood stock harD aud all ncenuijr cut- hulldIeg raring trill watered cut in Ore acid88serve In eulilraUon rail io blue gram lft tbkn half mile from turnpike Wo olfti thli plan for only IK per aorj Xlnrmt 10 welwatered two good buns and other utbuIbInggoairepari wellingcmtwntlre ly new la within 500 yards ot three hurehu school OItolliOll and C depot Property he innindthatsectionvoid Wawiiiauthe desirable bole fUDI tot R 400 or la reels of not tees tban to acre to uitpurchuer Thtatacertalnlycheap property Nol2Dwelliniiofilx room ball and porch aeawy outllulldlDjIlIod gr1en too large two upllIedlbIntercom sue cistern and well on place Small lot UulldlngiInolhtore our 11200 Will sell both ur f3W or will rent or sell separately No J230 acre farm Jf mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling S room two tenant hous- ewoburnaweDan spring near dwelling Farm In high state of culllratlon 190 atm river bottom land good fencing fruit eta Price 13750 an errs No Uloo acre ol land on Lancaiter street In Crab Orchard opposite Spring In gnu no Im proveinenta stock barn abundance of tock water lrotUetbulWingsite In town Price tsouc First National Bankor Stanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was original established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 18SB then reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford in 18U and again reorganliod as the First National Dart of Stanford In 168J having had practically an uninter rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor orations Solicited c II J D PaxtOB J B Owsley S U Shank- w Z Walker Oeo W Carter Bli- prDirectors StaDforllI W N FORSacceaor LINCOLN BANK Directors Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT such business will prove mutually JUST RECEIVED A large stock of the ECLIPSE SHOES manufactured HeJ mers Bettman The greatest j 350 and Shoes manufact MEN W E PERKINS U u 19 98i acres of land near Crab Orehanl heapNoea1Stotkgeneral merchandise In Stanford cooilillot mostly forrlea meekand Bilaree will not than II aid pt9IIoIJ not that muh Ooallocation and ptwnt pnprlseo- rHmakleSromII1Xt01tts per leer Ue nt ot riu only 111 M pr month and other ezpeiw very light Iroprlelor this has been adflnl by physician to make banc e n conSnement li Inju rlena to hli health WI oner tbl fer roet and rer rug Irsa S per rent NOCI Dxhlacreiof land and twottory trine house In l eacheivlHe Ky Ito all aevetury out butUlnjt U aterej HriUhiRt and tine lag In good repel sad la a detlrabt home like I dill 6Ten sad onehalf acres of land nice two story seven room frame 4 tlllni Store room M by jo aide room to by io Goo rue room nut to itore tS by 10 Dam sod MiekioHih stool IS by to three- able tUt wagon house by ea voting booth for this section Tenement house by al two moms Wilt bout so by i alto an open WIll Large stock of ner1 mirclunJIw Alt of this l In Ansel Iulaskl county KyanJ un be taught ala 1UaA farm oUOO atre In Uneoln county Three good dwelling good btrni aad other out building each houee barn etc about tb renter of 100 arise All on manly road H roll from church school and and well watered This ii a loot tobaccotaro and would suit two or thr foOllIJl that might weal to unto the same nalfhborhood 1rlc natonable No 5A farm of IR acres bur rallee from Mlan tool on best pike In the county writ watered plte all nrycutbullgtingroJeAplendldblue grarGrmahdonly 111rnealloIDlnsire W otter this at KyFumeoutbuilding acne In eultlratlon rail In tim ber Well watered you yards from poetolSeetrflool and chared leywrllouhlks and in good ecm usually I rko MIG NoW lersefl2sscresnear HeJhead Nlt cottage tenant house 2 bins etc HulWInc and fencing in good ondlllon al urN In rulilrallon well watered Wllliell erllMO or exebange for property In Llnrlo county o H0icrtoflandon mlIe rem Somerset Kycut ineoren nelda Forty cries In cultlra lion 40liTeIn pasture balance In tluWr Iwril loc nlla leYtn rooul Latps barn and all OK belidingslnspicendidNoIIIM sere ot unimproved land Iron eouuty Mo Iy mules from solids Station on Iron Mountain route Will sell of far prot ri In Lincoln oountr 27 A for ef N aces In iarrard count- ygmlinlrealaeaMer17 All In gra timothy clover aBu lunrau except waste laud Finely watereii b7 tprlaf wells pond and baorbl1l through the i The land li rich and productive erowelieupand tobacco Newly reae eil with and loouit potts A good orchard IiuproTeeaenla a fSWO two toryHtbl room cram dwelling In each room panlrire cellar etc newly covered sod tenant houee barn sod other outlHilldlogi allin food eondltlor In good neighborhood near Uuroh eebool depot wttollv artstore within lou yards of hous- efblapiacewt beeoldcbeap No 2 Small farms acn a Smile from blan font Houseol four good room lack porch and t veranda Uood barn and other building In good Cut In ilx field well fenced ju acre la one acts In fruit trw real ram- Doughtatcemmlmlooerular bargain and can sold at bargain to ad church Price lay acre Iud told fur f M and Ili Tblaiiabargiln No4Sflaereagoodland Two alx now dwelling barn smoke bouts etc Whole place IraN watered and buildings In good eondl lion PflMUWX No JSeven room dwelllcg good cellar sad acre land everfsillnlwellandspdog Fenelng place doe to town will snit a imall rally No 43 Farm 873 acres splendid bluegrass land In Lincoln county Two tory 9 room stone residence 3 tenant houses barn room for over 200 heed ol stock lad all olberneconry outbuilding all In goodretalr pie to church school pitofflce In good neighborhood 400 acre In cultivation reat in grass and timber etc This Is an deal country home w all convenience on place raise etc WeU watered with it never talllog prlnp etc trice reasonable Offlours J S HOOKED Irett JJ MCBOBFKT9 Ohr W n WEAREN f Reid Danville T Harris Stanford 18 Mocker Stanford W P Walton Islington K L Tanner U D Elmore Stanford B H Stanford T P UII1 Stanford Jas Robinson Hobble 1 U Hauehman W P Tate y A Roping relations beneficial Officers U SHANKS 1rettdent J n Cashier- W U niUOIlTAsst by 400 ured for InrpircWdra exchange cultivation aJJolnlug OWSLEY Crab Orchard Ky No TNlecrttan arm la within iendenietingwellsmokehouse tr young orrhard and nee Tine tosupplyhsilersndallaereplndldland OONOhtarSatdlandIoge2ewellsInyaard itrawberrlee ImmrJUle yoMreeion 1rlc lAKt No SI aft rTelor land In Itockraitle for td 111 1I1IIODIIallllenoi fNo aSIlouwsm 5ruenof lid In rKa IGOdIDolterms No 17 Iroom tom cotttg and ooe acrei o 1Arlilt 5100 veinh i ford striwt sa leet from howl tip stairs suits tie we Pig 2 nice cnttageu nicely furnUhed plirggebbaarnon aUled room and veraodatach IIlot used u Coal garden Vivant lot djillnI I lIerrIbl II Kyandperwomb t exchangefor b IN SftllotiMtandiS scree ol land wllbln mile of Stanford HOUM contains tire room veranda etc newly painted urge new turn n n vcleedkldelrsblibane Trie Iles- eNeelROarnneey Jumlo acre IIiru rvatiea1ra In timber isU dwelling on ptsr sbkernanSBrusoalIiltUIIdweiltrgtsetauletkuulibabop tenant house staple iriii a were house livery building new and a a nullonKrcatidare rAly WIt each italle and sir at hoitw For prices eldteas the store named ac retary hN SSftrm ol HI sere In Patey county Two story fem dwelling two good lame ad olbrr toIlDdandbo o IDtoIltlraU home 1rloe Jlliu Starfordin pausre J good orchards and teat In llmUr TV small cottages good bun and outbuilding w waterrd awl lenclng fairly good liars ran JadlanpclIaV0febU1nelllnllllOOtt andongoodmad141ce17au dOM to school No MA farm of IMacm In CHey county Ke One and onehalf story dwelling with six room goo l barn and other outbuilding S1xtyerr in eteIaschool etc lrlce only No MIIoUandon acre land louse con lain seven rooms rerander cellar etc All ore every outbuildings Extra large barn al m ipleudld repair HOUM newly iwlaUd and barnlot i No 2t160 arm of laud In Ford county KM rkamiusriverJlntc11aadDoIID grail This land li for itlti ior exchange