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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 17VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17 19038AM NO 75 iII A Farmers Trust In a wcatberbeoton twostory frame r building on the Iowa pralrlos Is the headquarters of an Industry In lumoI thanways moro any cratlvo eoterprlso yet established oven J bat at Rochedalo In England It Is a ucoesslul farmers trust The farmers who conduct the cs tablUhraent wore several years ago at the mercy of a single firm conducting f the general fttoro of the town of Rock well to which they went to do tbolr trading Their products wero In good j demand but when they went to town for supplies and to market their grain and live stock the shopman paid them what he wished and sold thorn supplies at any price bo wished thero was no competition Tno farmers stood It ItolI cally for a time but at last rebelled I Thoy turned dealers themselves Last year with an expense for nlaIries rent Insurance eta of less than 11000 they carried on a business orI moro than 1620000 on a capital of 125 000 During 13 years closing March 1008 this company of farmers has transacted more than 15000000 worth J of business without the toss ol a dollarI At no time has thocapltal stock been more than 125000 and at no tlmo had the Indebtedness been more thin 15000 Tho company Is regularly Incorpora ted under the laws of the Stato TbeI 1members como together only at tbe The articles of moor set forth tho general nature the buslaoss to be buying and sell and dealing In all kinds of farm and 1or products cattle sheep swine dry goods boots and shoes hardware farm machinery lumber stone brick and all kinds off building material gralnand real ofl tate and dealing In all kinds of mer ofcondlin and In buying and selling all- eaeb kinds of property on commission sad otherwise Tbe business Is under tbe Immediate charge of a general agent The corn pany has power to borr w money pro vided not more than 85000 shall be borrowed at any one time while at no time rnejrtbo firm be In debt more than 5000 One of tbe provisions of the bylaw Is that no shareholder shall sign any bond or sign endorse rfr guarantee any note bill draft or contract or Imany way assume any Iii bility verbal or written for the ac t commodatlon of any person without the written consent of tbo dlreotor In transacting any buslnes for the socie ty No person may become a shareholder eieepi a practical farmer and no mem ber may own moro than 10 shares of stock Each share Is worth 110 A pro vision II made for the expulsion of any shareholder who violates any of tbe provisions of the bylaws or cooitltm tlon Tho staff of employes Is very small Toe business practically carries on itself The company buys all the outpu r or Its members and sells to the farmers what they need Others than members may buy but such trade Is not specially sought Supplies sold at a tlttlo t above cost though outsiders pay slight ly moro Tba wares handled Include farm Implements and farm machinery flour fence wire fuel salt lumbers oils and tbe like There had been so tar very little retailing Tbo company does not como Into competition with tbe dealers It gwns its own elevator for the storage of grain and maintains tie own lumber yard Supplies of all ports aro bought In large quantities In carload lots or more and aro then stor ed In warehouses These Iowa farmers court competl tion welcome rivalry Invite opposl laD Tbo point Is well Illustrated by the following Incident It was discovered by the grain deal ore that these farmers were paying more through thoir agent for grain than tbo grain dealers thought ought to be paid Tbe farmers wero remon s rated with The farmers responded that they wero satisfied that they bad + been receiving too little for tbolr grain hence they had raised the price 3 The grain dealers unable to bring tbo farmera to terms then threatened to put an agent In town to outbid them j They threatened rlso to sell farmers supplies below tbo farmer company price andto put up on elevator opposite tho farmers elevator and pay 60o f for corn when tho farmers could pay only 45c To all of this tho farmers replied Come right along what ho want Is t competlon Wo are paying moro fort produce now than Is being paid In any other town In the Stato We are soil leg to ourselves at lower rates than those of any other dealer In the State 1 If you can como In and pay us more than wo can afford to pay and soil to us lower thad we can soil we which means the farmerswill gain both ways If you establish a grain elevator opposite our own and pay moro than we do wo will all go there and sell to you The grain dealers returned to the at x taok with a threat to Influence the rail U 0 road company to stop shipping the pro duce and supplies of the farmers But the farmers had a large amount of raw compaDYIdesirable cutttomers of the railroad Moreover the railroad was a common carrier and could bo compelled to haul The farmer position Was Impregna ble Then an association of dealers In ag rlcultural Implements said to the manager We understand that you areI selling to Tour members at wholesale rates You must stop It Your farmer mutt buy their machinery of the reo tellers to whom wo sell Wo wont soil any more at wholesale Whereupon the farmers rejoined that If they could not compel a dealer- to soil a needful article to thorn they would bur In the open market In o berI part or the country and that falling In this they would manufacture Imple ments and machinery fur themselves Again thev wonIThese 600 farmers are worth at least 5000000 Their farms are perhaps 100 acres In size on an averaeo some of them are considerably Urger Tbo land has steadily Increased lo val ue In the last two decades and partic ularly lnoe the company was cbtab llsbed until such welltilled well equipped farms as these men own aro worth all the way from 150 to ISO per aero As a body tbo member of tbo trust have nothing to do with poll tiesThe town of Rockwell has grown more than four fold since the concern wasestabllihod Moro than half the population II made up of retired farm ers many of them members of the firm They bare administered tho affairs of the town with dlsuretloo sooumyikndc- ommon tense Tbe town enjoyfrjear- y all the modern conveniences tele PBOBM electric lights a water system It has flee public schools and a large private or parochial school while there are the usual number of churches The brm life of tbo farmers does not materially differ from that of other progressive Western farmers As the beneficent results of tbo advanced ag rlaultaral education of the last 30 years have become widespread the farm life of the West has advanced until today In the home of tbo progressive farmer music the best of macaxloes and books Indeed some primary show of a lovo for real art are distinguishing fea lure separating the farmer of the present from the farmer of tbo past for ell time to como As the success of the trust has been carried from farm to farm across the Immediate country similar organl actions bavo been effected and fayor able reports are being made There appear to be no obstacle In the way or- an Indefinite expansion of the plan O A Wood In the Worlds Work Horses Shod By A Pretty Girl At tbo little village of Pilot Oak Ky lives the only woman blacksmith perhaps In the South tier name Is Miss Clara Mcdlln and she could hardly bo called a woman since she Is only 18 years of ago For more than a year she has been doing the work of alar rier and blacksmith In her fathers shop at Pilot Oak and does not seem It Is said to regard her occupation as unusual for ono of her sex Although wonderfully strong and agile Miss Medlln Is decidedly cretty and well formed Her hands have a grip that an athlete would envy but they are neither coarse nor largo She has jet black hair and dancing black eyes Miss Mcdlln It Is said can shoe a horse or wold a tire with eara and dex terity and has thoroughly mastered her business In every detail In addi lion to her other accomplishments shu can paint and stripe a buggy equal to- aDY carriage painter and can go Into tbo kitchen and prepare a meal that would tempt the appetite of the moat confirmed dyspeptic Miss Medlin Is tbo daughter of Mr end Mrs Sam Med lin of Pilot Oak and cornea of good family Sho began learning to bo a blaclftmltb In 1002 Notwithstanding the life she follows she li a very wo manly modest girl and popular among the village belles and beaux Madl tonvlllo Hustler DtsastrouSWrecks Carelessness Is responsibly for man a railway wreck and the SlIDe causes ar making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discover for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the wont cases can be cured and hope less resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cr KR of Dorchester Mass i lone of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great reme LUDgIell t1 Trial bottles free ITbo Peninsula orIndia which In ball the ilzo of the United States has a population of 300000000 of whom 200000000 are farmers NEWS NOTES Fire almost wiped out the village of Now Richmond Mlob Albert Farrow fell dead at Maysrllle while listening to a phonograph The teachers of New York City bavo banded together In a powerful organl action Ulcbard McKinney shot and instantly killed James Griffith In Harlan countyPanama has 2000 Inhabitant out or a total of 4000000 Iq the whblepf all Colombia An explosion of natural gas at Ma nun Ind wrecked a reildeoco and Injured Live persons In a headon collision two trainmen were killed and several injured near Bradley Junction Pa One man way seriously hurt and three other Injured by a stroke of lightning In Owen county Eight thousand men woro thrown out employment by a lockout oftbp building trades at Plttsburg TAndrew H Green tbo Father of Greater New York was shot and killed there by Cornelius M Williams a NegroMrs Basil Duko was elected first vice president of tbo Daughters of the Con federacy at their meeting at Charles ton S C A little boy living near Petersburg was spot and probably fatally wounded by the accidental discharge of a gun In the hands of his brother Under a now Stato law the chief of polios of Nashua N H Is posting In the saloons the names of all olttstens who are not to be sold liquor- A Russian women who recently went to live with her daughter In New York was frightened into Insanity by elevat ec1lralDI pasting by her window The court of appeals has decided that the Young Mens Christian Association Is purely a public charity and as such Its property Is exempt from taxation Twenty Negroni were killed and 10 Negroea and four whites were Injured In a collision between two Illinois Central passenger trains at Keotwood La Thirty of the largest liquor dealur In New York Including jobbers and wholesale grocer have organlied for the purpose of regulating their dealings with tbo bankers An Italian priest Is believed to have been kidnaped In New York by men whoso enmity bo bad Incurred by his attacks on vicious retorts owned and operated by Italians The Central Millers Association or Kentucky In session at Lexington adopted a resolution urging tbe Legls laturo to pats a law compelling all mill ors to label tbe number of pounds o meal or sour In a sack on the outside County Judge H M Haaklnf of Ow cnsboro la at deaths door from an In ternal hemorrhage Physicians think that bo burst a blood vessel while laughing at Initiation of two candidates In the Oweniboro Lodge of Elks a tow nights slnco The grand jury at Jefferson City which has been investigating the legit latlyo boodllog has returned 104 In dlctmonts but Is not known how many are for boodllng Four Indictments were returned against Prosecuting Attorney Stone Several oQIctals who bad entered tbe Freeport mines in Mingo county W Va to sea If tbo fire was extinguished had to run for their lives the fire breaking out afresh on a side entrance The mines have been afire for more than a year The loss has been almost InestimableFigures given out by Geo A Park general Immigration and Industrial agent of tbe Louisville d Nash villa showing that Investments made on the line of that road In the States of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Ala bama and Florida during 1003 amount cd to 110060300 Contracts for the State printing woro awarded by tbo State Sinking Fund Commission last week The George G Fetter Printing Company gets the first class work the Globe Printing Company tho second and thirdclass work and the Diem S Wing Paper Company of Cincinnati gate the paper contract CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con gumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo byproper regulareuse of German Syrup Free oxpectora lion In the morning is made certain by costyand the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rootless nights and the exhaustion duo to cough thesconsumptive can be prevented or topped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally gogto a warmer clime you of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25cj regular size 76c At all druggist BON M V NORTH Who announced tats candidacy for As Istant Clerk of the House some tune ago U being greatly encouraged In his race by letters from various Represco taltvcs elect pledlog him their support Mr North Is too well known all over tho State to make an Introduction of him necessary but It can be truly said that those who know his sterling qual Itiea beet like him most Be has twice represented Lincoln county In tbe Leg Islature and his record Is an enviable one His democracy Is unquestioned and no man stands hlgbsr as a citizen In Central1 Kentucky LANCASTER Monday sight 20 new member wero Initiated in tbe Odd Fellows Lodge This order has abou 100 and Is In a moat flourishing condition Tbe Sunday School of tbe Christian church has organized the new and pop ular movement The Button Brig ade Miss Mary Thompson and Mies Lilule Brown wore elected captains Tbe Garrard county contest between the public Schools wo bold here Fri day evening Six schools were repre sented MU Leavell of Bryantsvllle won tbe prize which was 80 In gold The Sbugar House better known as the Mason Hotel was opened Monday at noon Mr Sbugars and his sister purchased an entire new outfit for the hotel and they promise great comfort and convenience to their guests Mrs Sam Johnson gave n six oclock dinner to tbe teachers of tbe Graded School Friday evening Miss Dove Harris and Mrs Eliza Walker the popular county superintendent were Invited to meet Mrs Johnson guests Mrs Robert Embry entertains her club today in her now home on Water Street The feature of amusement Is to be progressive Anagrams Refresh moots will be served In the different room of her beautifully decorated homo Tbe bird law being out a general ex odus has begun Tbe lovers of the sport accompanied by their faithful dogs aro soeq leavlug town bj each street Ed Doty John Walker R E MoRoborts R L Elkln Will Embry Dr Burnett and Roy Tinder took an early start Monday morning The Lancaster and Stanford High School foot ball teams played again Saturday on the former gridiron The teams wero evenly matched In weight but the Stanford boys were outclassed by their opponents and lost by the score of 15 to 0 Length of halves 15 minutes umpire and referee Saufioy and Klnnalrd touchdowns made by El kin 1 West 2 Mrs Belle Burnslde has returned from Dexter Mo Her friends will bo glad to know that Miss Willie Belle is out of danger and will soon be able to return to Lancaster Prof MaD nix the worthy superintendent of the Grad ed School was oalled to the bedside of his mother In New Albanf Thursday Mrs Shugars of Bradfordsvlllo vis iting here Miss Eliza Anderson ol Waco Texas Is tbo attractive guest of Mrs Henry Clay Jennings Mrs Sam Haseldon Is visiting her mother In Nlcholasvlllo Miss Theo Hemphlll the bright and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs J C Hemphlll Is mak log for herself a ODe record at Hamil ton College She stands firet In a class of 40 young ladles Miss Theo Is a musician of ability and besides this in her own home is a graceful and easy hostess Ran A Ten Penny Nail Through His Hand While opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Bay NY ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand thought at onco of all the pain and soreness this would cause me ho says and immediatoy 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 A little son of David Ellis of Casey was kicked In the mouth by a mule and badly bDrtI I j WARN CLOTHES p Are cheaper than doctors bills and decidedly more satisfactory Dont delay your purchases until you are driven by the cold weather We have full stocks of all the new things in Suits Overcoats Underwear Shoes Stop inland look To mILLER Danville KB GLOBEIi I FORFULLW N I Line of Overcoats and Suits All uptodate goods Call in and examine our stock I I I W E PERKINS CHURCH MATTERS Christian Scientists dedicated tbolr million dollar temple at Boston Sun dayPresiding Elder Simpson at Somer set wants a young preacher for West PulaskI The Methodist bishops In session at Omaha made an appropriation of Si 500 for the Kentucky Conference Kentucky Conference Methodist wo men raised for home missions 8300 more than was given the previous year Tbe Rev George W Shepherd of Columbia Tenn has accepted the pas torate of the Baptist church at Rich mond The great missionary convention of the Methodist Eolscopal church In sec sion at Omaha appropriated 845000 for mission work among the Negroes mostly in the South Tbo Christian church has called a pastor Rev Joseph Severance of Stanford preached trial sermon two weeks ago and being vey much liked was called for Deo He has not re plied as yet but It Is expected that be will accept Mlddleeboro News Over 100 pulpits In Kentucky and Ohio around Cincinnati were occupied Sunday by women delegates to the 30th national convention or the Womans Christian Temperance Union now In session Id that city At the same time 30 pulpits were occupied by clergymen of the antltaloon league A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugy cut on the leg of J B Ornery Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyleld lag to doctors and remedies for tour years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just u good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all Dug Stores Crab 1KyPROGRAM OF THE Caset Co Teachers flssn TO BE HELD AT- MiddlehurgThursday Nov 26 d b 1 Devotional Exorcises Roy J U Ferrill 2 Music 1 AddressHc J W Bradford 4 Music ooa 5 Music Importance of Early Training R S Rector 7 Relation of Education to Religion Dr D M Godbey 8 Ends of Education Prof J W Davis esyllox supper at College Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all torts of medicines none of which relieved me One day i- saw an adof your Electrio Bitter and determined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon there alter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neu ralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bees of Fremont N U writes OnlJ50c at all Druggist 4THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It candUit for Shtrlfl of Lincoln county 511ljet to the action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD- It a canatJatc for Sheriff of Lincoln county slIlJect to the action of the democratic party ja T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of sub to the action of the democratic rartvIJESSE C II a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county sutject to the action of the democratic party JAMES c HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbe democratic party J- WLHERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county SIIlJtCt to the action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the of the democ- ratIC party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNic Schools of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party HON D L MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G sub jet to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited HON OLLIE JAMES has presented a bill in the National House providing that when one governor refuses to rec otrnlza she requisition of another goy ornor the latter shan have the right to file the requisition and affidavit chare tag the alleged crime with the United States circuit judge who ehall thereupon Issue a warrant for the afrcst at the fugitive The onlY question be fore the United States circuit judge shall be that of Identity Upon arrest under ouch proceedings tbe fugitive StatedemandIIDshould become a law Immediately It should not be In tbe power of corrupt or venal governors who desire to protect assassins and others to thwart the law and power ought to be somewhere to prevent them from doing so IN Virginia and North Carolina the foolish custom of kissing the Bible to make oath still prevails Heretofore whites and blacks have pressed their lips to the same book but van Innova tion Is now on In New Hanover county N C The superior court has ordered six new bibles three of which are to be used exclusively administering oath to Negroes Jim Crow bibles like Jim Crow cars seem to be a necessi ty Gov BECKHAM has Issued his Thanksgiving Day proclamation The magnificent democratic majority Is one of the many things tbe white pcpplo of Kentucky have cause to be thankful for POLITICAL Congressman John SlRhea Is in appendicitisIf In the Senate it will adjourn sine die Monday Nov 23 Gov Durblns visit to Washington Is said to have something to do with tbe republican nomination for vice preel pentThere are now no Independents In the Senate tbe membership being dl vlded between 07 republicans and 33 democratsFrank Hoean will nbt contest Herman D Newcombs election for representative from the 41th district of Jefferson county John D White says that he has been elected to Congress in tbe 11th district and that the State Board will give him tbe certificate of election Judge Ell H Brown of Owensboro was appointed by Gov Beckham spe i cial judge of the Calloway circuit court to try L W Holland charged with killing Hardy Keys It is reported In New York tbatChal A Towne has been decided upon by tbe democratic leaders In Congress as tbe probable successor to Congressman George B McClellan Judge Bell will enter upon his new duties with the good wishes of many friends o all parties who believe that a long and honorable career is opening up before him on tbe bench Harrods burg Herald There Is a Bgbt on between the ad ralnlBtratlonlatu and the Lilly White republicans of Alabama It Is declared that Roosevelts lieutenants propose to oust every Lily White republican Federal officeholder Arthur Goebel brother of the late Gov William Goebel will be a candidate for the democratlo nomination for Congress in the Sixth district Is the announcement made by L W Arnett his friend There hae been some preo sure by antlPugh men to have him enter the race It Is understood that Congressman D Linn Gooeh wants a j renomlnatlon lGeori8Cobb a painter coBmitted fItdcldeAt Owensboro t NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIN people of Perryvlllo are flgur on a handsome new graded scbool Phillips of Somerset and Miss Ethyl Sandlfer were quietly mar rled at the brides home in Danv o last week Manuel Sloan aged 70 and poeelbly the richest Inhabitant In Russell couc ty died at his home In Rock House bottom near Creelsboro Mrs Maggie Gulley has announced her candidacy for superintendent of public schools In Garrard subject to the action of the democracy Jobn White who killed Joo Lestor with a bar of Iron at Mlddlesboro and made his escape was captured He was lodged In the Plnevlllo jail A Philadelphia syndicate has pur chased several thousand acres of land in Boyle county near Perryvllle aod will establish an angora goat farm C M Hill a Cincinnati Southern brakeman was killed at Burgle He was flagging a water train and the yard engine backed over him and groin him to pieces His home was at Junction City- Judge Faulkner has refused to alto Wm McCullom the alleged slayer of Sid Baker to be released on ball pens lag his trial In Clay county and Me Cullom has been removed to Richmond for safe keeping William M G Dlshman the 19 yea old eon of Judge S B Dlsbman hal started another paper at Barbourylll called the Knox News Mr Dlshms Is the editor of the Barbourvllle Newt an Independent paper but the Knox News will be a republican paper R D Bruce and B F Slaven wh have been In Thompson Tex with Mr J W Slaycn hayo returned home They report haying killed plenty ot deer ducks partridges and othe game and say that their trip was ID every way a most enjoyable oneAd vocate Tbe physicians of Rockcastle county with Dr L G Carpenter of Stanford iounsel of tbe 7th Medical district met In Mt Vernon last Saturday and organ- Ized tbe Rockcastle County Medical Association The following officer were elected Dr J S Cooper president Dr P Benton vice president and Dr S C Davis secretary and treasurer Drs M Pennlngton Child ess and Gravely censors Mt Vernon Signal HERE AND THERE Andrew Houston a Negro was shot tad killed and Nancy Moore was badly ounded at a dance In Christian coup tV Rollln C Parvln of Evansville Ind bal sold a sliver dollar of the 1604 mintage to H G Brown of Portland Ore- for 2000 The Humane Society stopped the tiling of beef cattle by Hebrew butch ers at Denver on account of the alleged ruelty of tbe Kosher method Drafts amounting to almost 812001 d rawn on the Owensboro guarantors of- tbe State Fair were presented for pay pent at Owensboro and dishonored Tbe United States Minister to1 LI erla has reported to Secretary Hay tbat 20 out of 60 Negroes who came to Iberia are dead and the rest are de endent on charity The Coroners verdict on tbe Big Four wreck at Indianapolis Saturday October 31 when 15 Perdue rtudenti were killed places the blame on tbe ilef train dispatcher at Kankakee A preacher at tbe conclusion of one at his sermons said Let all In this ngregatlon who are paylhg their debts stand up Instantly every man woman and child with one exception roso to their feet The preacher seated them and said Now every man not tying his debts stand up Tbe ex sptlon noted a careworn hungry oklng Individual clothed in his last summer suit slowly assumed a per- pendIcular position How Is it my frIend asked the minister that you- are the only man not able to meet his illgatlons Irun a newspaper be meekly answered and the brethren nere who just stood up are my eubscrlb cr s and Let us pray exclaimed tbo minister Miss Laura Talbot Galt tbe Louis vllle school girl who immortalfzed er- lelf by refusing to sing Marching brough Georgia bas been elected ponsor for lire by tbe Alabama dlyls- Ion of Confederate veterans She bu- been attending the reunion of tbe eorgla Confederate Veterans It Is oposed to suggest Miss Gaits Dame- to the next reunion of the U C V ala successor to Miss Winnie Davis as lughter of the Confederacy Of all the signs of hunting He Learned a Great Truth It is saId of John Wesley that ho once laid to Mistress Wesley Why do ou- tell that child the same thing over and- over again John Wesley because once telling is not enough It is for- thll same reason that you are told again and again that Chamberlains Cough smedy cures colds and grip that It counteracts any tendency of three dl roses to result in pneumonia and that it byv i A Good Thing To Be Rid Of IlAfter years of unavailing arlare against the plug hat there are Ilrow log Indications that It has not only lolt Its proud prestige as the one badge of respectability but that It may have to be relegated to the old clothes depart moot ot modern society It Is said that the depression In tbo slllc bat Indust Is Increasing Instead of deoroaslngat that where thousands ot men womi and children were employed In their manufacture some few years ago there are only hundreds today The one rea son assigned for this Is that there Is a gradual falling off in the demand aDd the supply must be made to contort therewith While this Information may be die couraglng to those who have made a life study of cultivating the Heoglli Bawkcent and who Lure up the bo tonic of their trousers whenever tbe papers say it has been raining In Lu non the general public will not be alarmed nor will this old round glob slip out of Its orbit for most men wt are possessed of an ounce of gray mat tar have long ago concluded that the stovepipe hat was the most inartlst and awkward monstrosity for a bead gear that was ever designed by Lucifer to make the Lord ashamed of his mal terpleceIn of human history when the data of humanity were engraved on tbe tablets of stone for preservation down to tbe present prolific age there can be fonnd no record of any great Idea ever having been born in a plug bat Scare the world over and you will fled no itatue Immortalizing some hero or any picture or carving of a martyr with plug hat on Imagine It you can tb Savior of mankind laying aside a ellle ady preparatory delivering his fa moue sermon on the mount Think 01 Napoleon apostrophizing tbo pyramid In a bee gum Picture AppolloloaQm otp court on High Olympus la the makeup of a nod rn society swell Why Jove would have bit him with a thunderbolt so hard that there would have been nothing left of him but a nonocle a wilted chrysanthemum and a pair of yallowsboes Let the plug go and the world will lover be one gem of thought the loser the conventionalities ot society Lavi drought many a man to deep and damn ng disgrace but its foibles have beer esponslble for but few thingsmore ildeous than a pixie hat OEHMAN Srncr We want to impress IIn our readers that Boschees German Syrup is positively the only preparation on the market to Jay that does relieve tad care consumption It contains the peclfiw such M pure tar extracts of rums etc have been so highly indorsed for the sutra of coughs cods anti onsumption by great medical con tree es The consumptive whether his Ueafe is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and be free from the spasm otdry and racking cough in the morulna The diseased parts want rest telling and soothing treatment and the patIent needs fresh air good food etc crruan Syrup will give freo and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief Small bottles 20 cats regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all rugglits The total area used for farming pur nice In the United States Is 841000000 ores There are 10437000 persona on iced In farming which Is the great est of all American industries Uncle Sam Is the worlds farmer Tbe saddest one I fear- Is tbe sign that there no huntln al lowed No huntln allowed round here S P Isnt It ridiculous for Ten spot to- think hp can play football asked Lar kinII Why Wby hes ae bald as an egg A religious revival is going on at the brlstlan church at Wlcklltfe conduct ed by Elder Moore Fortyone additions have been added to the church so far POSTED We whose names appear below strictly rbld hunting fishing or any kind of tress paatlag on our places and will prosecute vlolatolll to the full extent of the law T A Wee Dr J O Carpenter J M Carter Br W E Amon George Holmes J O Neal W Carter Fred VonOrUenlgan J Nevin Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Bauman Albert VonOrunonlgnn J Z Bpoonamore T It Holme II P Newland J B CamenUch MMttHiTHMMMMff If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial THE GRAND LEADER Is Closing Out to Quit Business l Only two months remain to close out our immense stock and to move it as quickly as possible we still cut prices lower than ever Positively we must every dollars worth of goods in the house at what it will bring Best apron gingham Oc ynnl All wool dress goods 2Co yard SOc DUll 75e corsets at 30c 25u Mercerized Oxfords nt 1lc yd Tine flannelettes worth 16c at Oc yard Good outing 5o yard Mens S3 shoes go at 198 Mens 2 shoes go at 120 THE GRAND LEADER fB S LEVYManaper HOME FOR SALE Nice cottage of four rooms eight acres of land nee68aary outbuilding barn Three tourthe of II mile from Stanford OP liuttonvlllo pike nETTIE BAnNBTT FOR SALE One 7yearold Jack a jennet la teal a longyearling jennet S jennet eolu S bred geldings and 6 yearold nicelY brokn 0 Cashmere goats 3 Yearling horse zanies These mules will be told at halt price on account of illtht deficiency which dON not Injure service- D II KINO Moreland Ky Small Farm For Sale I I desire privately farm of lift acre on the Liberty pike 2 i miles from iluitonvlllo It tI all In grass and the land tI fertile and In good shape It has on It good house of 7 rooms a tenant home two stock barns etc Convenient to church end achoola Address O W Ultfe Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Hide lluttoQ vllle Ky A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OQecoTiv UeBobeiti Drag Store la tee dwsly UaUdlni d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Zany HorsoShoorc Wont Main treat Stanford Kontuoky GEORGE I GILLOCK UpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST nuitonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms in the Wcathcrford Hotel Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited liens 150 shoes go nt 08c ladies 8160 heavy calf shoes Ole Ladies 2 heavy shoes 139 Ladies heavy underwear l2 o a garment 83 ladies furs 81G9 8llndici furs 225 6 ladies furs 8420 750 ladies furs 8 hOSY Heavy fleeced hose lOc Heavy blankets ISo pair 10 overcoat 728 1200 overcoats 898 815 overcoats 908 820 overcoats 1308 lions hints from 25c up M LEVY CO Prors B weanling tolen mY Na Our 6000 Grain Drill with Fertilizer and Seeder attachments is none better i t OED H PARRIS CO Stanford Ky J SATISFIED Ioi SEE Therej i Thai sgiving is approaching mul I respect fully cull attention to my nice assortment of- CARVING SETS I Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware extra fine cut glass eye W H MUELLER r CONTENTMENT L a foe to progrm tt It said though I greatettortsatisfied with t- heCROCEfIESiJ Itrhlngtosome other way to batter methods I come dote toperfection withfJ E M flour am1 full line of Dlallloul Cot fee There U nothing like them sold here In flirt from crackers to an canned goods everything has decided merit J W PERRIN the Orator 110 Main St Stanford Ky Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior painting gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its It cost and the best paints these days go far ther and last longer than over before Mastic Mixed PaintaIs tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about fivo cnrs to fully appreciato its QUAilTY Pennys Drug StoreStanford t mf II C BAUOHMAX C R IcComfCK Baughman MCCOrma x HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKYf j efiraw We cordially Invite the people of West Lincoln to call in and toe our goods and give us a portion of their patronage We have added largely to our dock of Gto cerlee Hardware Furniture Ac and can pious you in any line Oar price are a little LOWER than tke LOWEST Give us a callatt f t 11- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J STANFORD KY Tots 17 1003 In dlllng your prescriptions wo UBO tho right medicines In tba exact Clone and with propor carp Wo couldq Dot do better U yon paid UI doublo tbo price which IB always reasonable Pen nrt Drug Sioro PERSONALS LITTLE CLAKBNCB CooiEit li quite sick MllB R E LEE SIM8 bas boon quite tick Mil J S noOKBK spent last week In Kaniai City h MISS b1AOtfC SAOICAY returned to Danville yeitcrday Jbin C M KICK Ii at Martlnivlllo lad for his health Mil J II ItQUT returned to Lobf0o- Junctlon yesterday Mil J P DENHAJlof the Jumbo lection li with hit ion at Ml Vernon Miss MARY VANOY of the Shelby 8bolIII g off of a street car ID Cincinnati and wai badly hurt Miss LOU noWARD and Pottmaitcr t J M Johnioo of Waynoiburg are both qulto tick MR AND MRS W T LEWIS of JeU llco came down to attend the burl al o John Uoyooldi t Miss CAifKiE VON ALLAN mad lit tle brotberr Fred returned etertIa from Loulivljlo- MKSSHS JO lulu ant Walter 0 Walker left fciterdajr for Wayco coup ty to bunt bird MISSKS MATTIE MAE LI AVRLL of Dryanuvllle was the guest of MIll Tovis Carpenter MR B S ALUtuoUT and mother o Mt Vernoo were on Fridays train en s route to Nevada Mo MontclI t Dr J 0 Carpenter r MRS J O WEATIIBRPORD li attend lOll the meeting af the W 01 U Cincinnati Advocate t MISS JeAN Dion of Crab Orchard tt wont over to Covlnglon Sunday to Vlilt MM 0 A McRoberuJ JOHN little ton of Mr and Mrt Jno f S Murphy of the Wet Rod li roeTrloutly of diphtheria iMRS B H UEATXEY and daughter are from a ylilt to relatives at Bbolbyvllle and TaylortTlllo MESS us c P BRYANT of Ulch mond and Prank Singleton of Troy aro vltltlng Mr Wm Field MR CHAS ARNOLD of Somerset It hero In Ibe Interest of the American i Telephone and Telegraph CorMR J II BAUQUMAN attended the Central Kentucky Milieu Association meeting at Lexington lilt week fMR S fl MARTIN one of Ilookoas very but citizens It visiting hit daughter Mn Derda Sandldge at Lynchburg Va MR SAMUEL MCKITTRICK of Borle HuitJoIod by Wm Curry OAPT B F POWELL of Shelby City eamo down to Adair county last week and accompanied his wife home rho spent several weeks with her parinti Adair New- HaliBuT B WOODS left Sunday for r Phoenix Arltona whero II It greatly hoped hit baafth will be beqefluod largo number of bis friends were at the Iepqtto bid him farewell Ir MRS LUCINDA BOLLBR and daughter Mils Jennie Moore who have bee vltlllng tbo former brother Mr John Spire In the Highland section re turned to Kansas City yesterday MR W L EVANS of Huiionvlllp wont to the mountains yesterday on a drumming tour lie li now with the l American Grocery Co of Loulivlllo ono of tbo best houses In the country PKOK J W DAVIS and Mr C Prultt of Mlddlaburgwere cullers this office Saturday The former let copy for a catalogue of Mlddloburg Normal College wbloh wo hope to out et In the next 10 day MRS M J WKATHERFORD Mr an- Mrs E P Carpenter and Mr D S Carpenter of Iluitonvllle fpont Su day with Mrs D S Carpenter who doing as well as could be expected at Joseph Price InfirmaryoJ K CARSON was released from quarantine last week having recoyere from a severe attack of emal1poxAI though bo had qulto n lolgo of It Mr Carton says bo now feels In the best health Hood River Oregon Glade- Nit r A C RouiNSON 000 of Gar ranis iubitnntlol farmers has c nelu ed to turn over his farming Interests his sons Jake and U D Roblmon at move to town He has bought tho ne residence on Richmond avenue owned by Prof J D Pattnrson and will to pottciilon the first of the earLaa caster dispatch to Courier Journal Jesse N GREEN an honorable cltl mn of Somerset In the who m C nail Mill Louisiana Hall In 18G7 and soon moved to Lincoln county Is vie Ifing W R Gooch M G Roynplds Waynesburg asteisorof Lincoln wallo t Itlat Saturdal feeJ democracy LfacolDSomenetJ0- nil the ur FODDER twine cheap John Bright JtCol LOCALS imFORCallbt this oaten 2tiFOR RENT and acres of land L R Bugho OilFocarWayoelburl NEW styles In cloaks JUt In inmo designs not shown beforo Severance Sons LANCASTER defeated Stanford 15 0 at the former place Saturday toI noon Our boys didnt carry their ra bit font with them SOME scoundrel shot Into tho ithan It was running between Silver Creek and Paint Lick Saturday night For hurtDA FORCE of Wrought Iron Range workloltLlocolnquartering at tbo St Asaph Hotel TUB ladles of tbo Christian church of Crab Orchard will give an oyster upper next Friday night Nov 20tb for the benefit of the church Dont fall to go REV GEO O BARNES preached at West Liberty all of last week Ho env going to preach eight sermons teach county In the State and has now preached In 45 counties peqper cent penalty Is added Thorn will bo no favorites played All who not paid by Deo will Have to pay tho penalty M S Baugbman sheriff I AM to well pleated with my race for Representative that I have about nitcourt eat d Mr A W Carpenter to us at Danville yesterday MBSSHS BBN ttTand J H Swope of the Lytle Section found th Mnidently been stolen from Arthur liar nett who mined that number Mn J W PERRIN bas bought of Mrs Kate Miller through tbo Ceo Kentucky steal Estate Exchange itle Co her Lancaster Street property for 11800 and will greatly Improve It Be hopes to get pomsilon by Dec 15 AP1O1NTFDMrJamel ton of Mr D 0 Payne of Crab Orchard loFastaroton by Supt J S Redwlnc upon the recommendation of Mr J M Alverson Ho Is II splendid young man and we congratulate him upon his appointment MR G A PEYTON the merchantij has purchased tbo property on r land on the corner across from Crow Carts place and back of It N Prices homo Ho expects to build next sprint bin W A Moberly of IooxvUle- I with sitterinlaw Mrs Swope of Indianapolis spent several days horsSflddlasboroNeweUHRR to take In t Philippines The United States air Il service oommlnlon tails attention the foot that there aro 50 yaoanoles still unprortdMl for in the position Aoto 1200 per annum As an examination for this position Is announced to nheld on Nov 2723 1003 the commis sion hopes that all qualified person- who desire to enter this service will s ply for this examination For applIes flop blanks aud full Information ap plicants should write to tho States Civil Service Commission CeCCDiLg Startoo young man popular with all classes and was ono of the citys rising young business dealdh e Tho burial occurred In Buffalo Ceme servicelee s church section Dr Carter was a son f Mr and Mrs P W Carter and was R hlgd minded hightoned gentleman fellaIx p six feet ofcdid specimen of physical manhood aDdI gave promise of loop Ufo but man pro ehlolto g spent practlclatDg ol atked ae Oats Ho wee ujoylng a good practice and stood high as a dentist His death resras well for In him an obedient and fo cltsne crowd attended too funeral and flowers contributed by loving friends literally hid the mound that marks the last rest Ing place of the excellent young man May God give succor to those who weep JoodIlmprovemeou E Wilkinson Stanford CCILINOflooring weatberboardlng rough lumber of all kinds and locust SoposteWE are just back from the city end have stacks of now goods Come and JoaceIRed for 10500 or lao par acre Mr North would like to buy a small well Improved farm scar Stanford r THE Crested Jayhawker Hon John n Wblto is called was on Sue days Northbound train I think I have woo In my raco for Congress In e llib said bo to an I J represen tative Others think to tho contrary MR H H SINGLETON of Waynes bur was here and thofcabce lodge at his place Thorn were BaturjdayF Blkln was present and assisted In the work WUAT was found of the body of Fire man John Reynolds who was killed lathe fearful wreck near Now Hope was brought to Crab Orchard end burled Eldeyoungnmao his takln away hoe caused great sorrow Mr Reynolds nettled 12600 Insurance part life and rt accident wo are told Al elated before be was a son of Mr Sam F awBrakeman Reed F Hume who was hurt la the same wreck has since died HUSTONVILLB BlRNED The worst Ore Uuttonvllle over bad occurred last ght when the business portion of It wat almost entirely destroyed At about 0 oelootc the well known Weal erford Hotel WAS strueic by llgbtnl t and that building was burned Tha Myerseyers Jr Philips millinery and Gil looks barbershop went up In flames Across the street tbo flre sped and Ad ams drug store Alfordt livery stable Baugbman McCoriracka store Adam a residence and Greening store house were wiped out of existence The Vendome Hotel across the street caught and that and the storeroom ad joining went up In atbet Some of the contents of the buildings were saved but were ruined by rain which was fall log in torrents Yowclls store and tho bank were considerably damaged The ss Is fully 135000 with practically no The fire hat severely crip pled the good people of Huitonvllle and we sympathize with them ID their troubles Tnt following business has beet transacted In clroult court Tbo CliO of the city of Stanford against Lincoln county was decided In favor of tbo city Tbo amount Involved was 1436 with several years interest The contro very was over the agreement of the county to pay for two water plugs In front of the court house at the rata of 8100 per year The cult of A J Me ovhOr was Or recovert0std an J M Johnson for levying on her cow ittdeveer was decided for Vandevcer Dr J D Pettes recovered judgment t Singletonea 0 thpo bought the farm on which it was locat ed and claimed that theta was no tees r dstl arpenter colored charged with as sault and battery was acquitted Obey Anderson was flood 110 for cutting a corner tree Jno W Powclf was fined liD for shooting at J H Milton Cha Plummer for disturbing religious xo ship was lined 120 Cal Padgett charo- ed with cutting Champo Francis was acquitted James Glyons colored was acquitted of tbo charge of malicious shooting Murrell Hubbard was sent to the penitentiary one year for cut ting soother Negro woman In tho back with a hatchet A demurrer was sus tamed to a number of Indictments against W H Traylor T W Paxton and J H Garter for failure to ma certain reports Tho jury hung In t ase against Henry Penman charged with kukiuxlng Frank Rich ards for failure to vote Lost Bet plead guilty to the same charge was given six months In the dart A special grand jury warn empaneled Saturday willed also Indicted John Me Carty Hugh Drown Percy Harris George Owens Vance Salter and Geo B Harris as being members of the ku kluxing party that got after Fran Richards James Harrison wee also Indicted for stealing a box of clgara from J B Carpenter and the Cincin nail Southern Railway for obstructing a private paasway Abe Newtoo was given 1200 In dam ages against the C N O T P Rs road for failure to stop at Moreland at which place he had bought a ticket to Somerset GILT buttons at Severance ft Sons PETTICOATS pe ttlcoet petticoats nua sold Severance d Sons SEE our Moo of beating stoves mething new In hot blast John Bright Jr Et Co SAVE time and moneybycoming to us We are keeping all lines right up to the notch In new styles and complete run of sizes Severance A Sons RICHERT Adam Ichert asplendld citizen of the East End died lat week of consumption aged about 35 Ho was unmarried and made bis homo with his mother ESTRAYThree gcar old Jersey cow yellow ready to calf one horn little longer than the other Left lest Tues day Reward for her return to S J Kfobry Stanford K- yTURKEYSNorthcutt Thomas e turkey men are buying and slaugh TheydopeEast before Thanksgiving NOTICE Lectures the Baptist n Thursdayights PeooyDrurHON J S OWSLEY JR la In re ceipt of the following letter from Judge W C Doll wblcn shows how ho feels eouotythesuperb and tho victory that you and the other loyal earnest democrats of that county reaped was only that hich Is duo such a spirited and re sistless fight as was theta made The elllcloot and good judgment could not have been Improved upon and I shall never be able to express my deep grati tude for the earnest and loyal support gluon by the democrats of Lincoln oouoty on behalf of the democracy in this contest I take my bat oft to LiD nom democrats and would that I could say a word to each one of my apprecia clan for his Interest In this couiest I fool that this victory Is due to the dem ocrats throughout tbo district and that It was the splendid organization In each county and the deep Interest of the rank and file that has brought the contest to so happy a conclusion TURKEYS Northcott k Thomas are ready to receive Turkeys Will pay 10 cents per pound Christmas Is Coming I laYosemiteMerchandiseE E KHLSAY SON Yosemite Ky PUBLIC SALE IIIICrab Orchard on the Somerset road on SATURDAY NOV 2eISell the following described property Two coxdbarseae l buggy and hnrneae cultivator fertlllierIchairsIIllhesmention Terms made known on day of orsale LadlM Invited WM DORDKR3 C MRS BORDERS IyOolPUBLIC SALE Having decided to more West I will sell dat public auction on- FRIDAV xov2o lOOt milesfromwork hone 2 milk cows 2 helter 2 sows moxldgrblaclcsmllbtooll waterianduethreshing machlnn etc Terms made known on day of sale J D 81NOLKTON J P Chandler Auctioneer Commissioners Sale I keMary J Hunter Plaintiff vs Maggie ClrouledBy virtue of a Judgment and order of undertDdSATURDAY NOV 21 1003 DadbestM the following described property situat KyTheacres and known as the Abram Smith prop l1rgotwostory mostkIn Crab Orchard Mfnted on a 1CbappeUthe East End of Lincoln county or else dlIslonownece of the property according to their ofllsonal security required loin retained bonds parable to commissioner having force and effect a judgment O WARREN Commissioner correct doming I The kind that fits and holds shape like tailor mado Stiffened coat fronts small collars and well shaped shoulders are points that give proof of the highclass of our garments You will notice this superiority as soon as you try on one of our coats The many stylos we show the fine workman ship and values we ofior make it to the interest of those who have not bought to see our line be fore buying Winter outfit s Cummins a McClary Tickets on 75 Davenport given with every 1 purchase it a v r t t a o a s a Your Feet Must be protected this wet weather else colds and fevers come Our stock is composedof such goods as theh Walk- Over shoe the Manss shoethe Ada mant the Honest Mike the Rubber Lined Standard boot the Hooker bootee the Water King all for men The Ultra the Brockport for women Level Best and Honest Mike school shoes for boys Every pair solid as iron eeeetesp Terms Cash HJMRoberfs e WARM GOODS BLANKETS Dont welt until the cold weather beforo YOU buy your comforts and blankets We lIre showing an elegant line of blankets from the cheapest cotton to tne finest California wool See tbo extra size Laminated cotton down comforts light as down at 12 and Si 60 UNDERWEAR Men Womens and ItldenV Union Pufts at 25 Me SI and SI 50 Pints and vests at 25 50 75c f to fS per suit Oar lino complete in the different grades and sites Outings and Flannelettes See outing at 5 to lOc Jill drive in flannelettes for dresses wrap pars and comforts lOc goods at 0- oSHOES noleaprepresented twee ass SEVERANCE SON UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves 111 See Hot BlastTube InDoor We have a complete line of Cast Ranges Cook an1 Heating Stoves of all grades and at prlcesjto suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT R GO r ny 4= THE iUTFRIORJOURNAL JsWercd n the post oglke at Stanford at c J ctr0Ia i alter Slhab73at1sasuwatawym sxta3FSSQrm AT 81 PER YE CASH WBn aotopslda aOO will becharged IHE 0 KNOXVILLE OIYISION I i 026II 31 Train going NoMu 12a7am- NaSS 101 230 p a oab m it ii South 12Upm HAIR BALSAM rna and trcwtitle i rweaN ladelanntthlver to tu youthful ColorII lr Oaa tnaifrouinnitrtiU tollll TREES BY THE MILLION FALL f 1903 ornamental rrai Ines small Trait and asparagus and fruits enrrthlDg for orchard lawn and planter to thebuL heaL pricesNo agents toapplicationCatalogue onBoth phones SON- SLoxegton UlLLENUEYEH a II P KT t J H BOONS t CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Service at Reasonable Rates Call Good onlnson Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal H riiCE TraHlort DEALER Whlskll Brandu Wines Beer Etc tCarpenterQlosto DepotSTANFORD KY attention Nothing but the route ItPremplallj one cr telegraph orlers hII It J D Wearer Fire and Tornado Insurance nepre euts The Home of New i York the largest company in the world Assets 63512 t as regards policy holders 1943605369 Farm property in l Boyle Casey Garrard and Lin coin counties Phone 21 StanfordKentusk If RB Mahony insuranceR Insurance flQent Solicits a share of the patronage- of the owners In the counties of Boric1Incoin and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Ugbmjng and Tornado None and best OldLine Com represented and the low est pnfftihle rates are guaranteed Phone 1- 12Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell w Office N W cot Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitable strongest n the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by win Severance Will rent for one or more years J n OWBLEY FOR SALE Four horses one twohorse back one wagon ono twoseated Jersey wagon two buggies two sets wagon harness one dou ble set surrey harness two seta buggy har ness oxpras and passenger trans fer from Moreland to good paying business CHA8 JOHNSON Moreland Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Ofllcn over Higglns h McKinney Stori Telephone NO D- lUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and mado almost as good as new for a amount I can Bx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for loss money Olve me a trial FIUSK ATKINS Stanford Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hing firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BU3SE X SDH Prori JUNCTION CITY KY firstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Hay For Sale LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky Alt persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale und will be pleased to show any one LiveryStable DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acheReartnleasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fennel Ha has spent a llfo tlmo curing Just such cases as jours All consultations ree t had severe caw of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging bloody matter Suffered Intense pain wo was rorlously affected with female troubles Dr Kidney and Ilackarho Cure cured us both K M WHEELFlt Randolph la Druggists tl Ark for Cook hookFred STVITUSDANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Dr Fcuner Frcdonla NY JCnIaG1 MYI TODERtAEERE3IBAJLMER And DealearIn HABNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and Embalmers atJODIALUIIX FnrnlhueMattingsRugsThey kinds of Stock Gin them a chill FricM right JITANFORD KENTUCKY LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Duroo boar for sale M S Baug man S T Harris delivered to Dick Oeo try 72 1496 pound cattle at 4o C E Tate bought ofLevl Myers 40 barrels of corn at 8230 delivered FOR SALE 05 splendidly bred ahoate welRhl76 Ihs R H Crow 4t White Holland turkeys purely bred at 13 per pair W P Rigging Liberty Ky8tJ W Williams took two loads of cat tie to Jersey City N J last week to dispose of FOR SL11 have 48 head of No1 light feeding cattle for eato John W Miller Lancaster St Simon Wall of Lexington bought of J C Caldwell of Danville 15 carloads of 1600pound cattle at 4jo Tbo Central Kentucky Horse Breei era Association will hold a trottlt meeting at Danville this month Shelby di Shelby bought of Stlga Bros 12 720pound cattlo at 3o and 200 barrels of corn at 12 50 delivered Model young Jersey milk cow sul ject to register with calf two weeke old for sale G A Swinebroad Hut bio 2t Not many cattle were on the markeLI at Danville yesterday but the luppl1 was more than equal to the demand It was a dull day Tho United States now product more hops than any other country Of the worlds crop of 1760000 hood red weight the United States furalsbi 462000 hundredweight At the TrantorKenney horse ealn at Lexington McAllister Broa of Moreland bought Aspirator 22U a bay stallion by Hummer dam WIllie Wilkes by George Wilkes for 8300 According to estimates of the agr cultural department at Wa8hlo ton the total sugar production of the arid for 10034 will be 10420800 tons Cuba and Java It ts stated will produce 43 per cent of the worlds output of caoe sugarAt the Burley Tobacco GroWen convention at Lexington tho assoola tlon pledged Itself to raise 8 260000 the sum necessary to lasuro the New York company to flounce the assooli tlon for 810000000 The commltleesta cd that 70 per cent of tho crop had been assigned to the association F T Fox Jr sold to G B Morel son of Batavia Iowa for J K Bauzb man of Hustonvlllo four fine yours jacks and two jennets for 31400 for B B King one two year old jack for 1200 for J B Kaufman of Jessamine one jack for ISM and for Mr Hughes of Woodford ono Jack for 8500Advc cite MILLIONAIRES POOR STOMACLITh worn out stomach of the overfed mil ionIre is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of grca wealth But millionaires aro not the only ones who are aflllctcd with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater among the toilers Dyspepsia and Indl gestlon aro rampant among these people end they suffer far worse tortures that themillionaires unless they avail them elves of nstandardmediclne like CJrccn August Flower which has been a favorite leasehold remedy for all stomach troubles for over 35 years August Flower tmsea the torpid liver thus creating ap elite and insuring perfect digestion 1 tones and vitalizes the entire system and lakes lite worth living no matter what Jour station Trial bottles 25c rcgulai size 75c At all druggists An excbango gets off the following If men are the salt of the earth wo men aro undoubtedly the sugar Salt I a necessary sugar a luxury Viol ous men are saltpeter stern men an rock salt nice men are table salt Old melds are brown sugar good natured latrons are loaf sugar and pretty girls the One pulverized sugar Pass the pulverized sugar please Doesnt Respect Old Age Itfshamcful when youth fails to show roper respect for old ago but just the ontrary in the case of Dr Kings Now Ufe Fills They cut oil maladies no mailer how severe and Irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Con tlpatlon all yield to this perfect Pill 25 t all drug stores This Is my humble tribute to a very real and good man said Joseph Jef jrson the veteran actor as tenderly and with tears he placed a beautiful oquctof chrysaothemuma upon the casket of the late Present McKinley In Westlawn Cemetery Mr Jefferson aod tbo late President were warm friends for many years The family of Capt B J Ewen has moved Into the residence of Capt Col 1I0s and have given up life Idea of leav loig Jackson A strong opinion pro vaUI tho citizens of that city that Capt Ewen will return there after impletlog his lecture tour and reside with his family The United States Is tho poet of the ilnch bug at a cost of 1100000000 The Hessian fly costs 50000000 for Its itortalnment the grasshopper 890 000000 the potato bug 18000000 and the cotton boll worm 160000000 The Republican National Committee hall been called to meet In Washington December 11 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultatlon Board and nursing shall cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly Mrs Mattie V Kirby Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture Special attention given to the development of thought ns the truo baste of Tone ductlon Emerson system of Physical Oul roeiIdenee HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as uotoinr to the peoplo ot Lincoln County He will please both In work price Write to him CBSe e I LeXInGTOn DemO lRAC la the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year- It cspMUMy line IeJ to the lateresU of the Democratic party and gin oil the news witboat feat or favor WI PI Walton Editor 5 Prort Lexington Ky U R Huahea Secretary 8 Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdiao i TITLE CO Stanford Ky No Houtt sod lot In SUnforJBt room ball porch In the rurcou11C1rdD1OOd l bborbooil dOte to churches and school lor small ha Iiy 171488- 10Na3liouwantlotIn SunlorJ lieu con see firs rate and S acre of IDd- lIleDC tlo ofpntUMt bulldlDf loU la room In trout for iwo other cottage or a I frootcould be built to the cottagi tad bt made a beautiful bomo Will bs sold cheap as the owner mat have money No 4 Two storr trains dwelling 7 rooms hall- sad verandaa Oool jirJen hoeing and house In cooJ repair For ult or rent irioe r uonat l No S HouM and lot la Sttnford Thit room tad porch ut garden sod stable Ouod repair Will be sold ehMD No 7HoUM snd lot In SUnford l4stories room Oood prdeD mob Ibd ail houses I3OIJNo120elllncofalx rooms hall and porch Dry outbuilding garden Also larg ewe Tory store room 23x60 hot lower room supplied with counters shelves etc Water la dwelllntr and torerooin also cistern such well on plan Small lot isck of store One mil from Ilulldlor In goo1 repair sad delllnrorllnlll met 1140 led IIoro our for fWO or will rent or sell separately No ISo23 acr rum 4 mile of Crab Orchard ICy Brick dwellings rooms two tenant house wo bun well nd spring near dwelling Farm In ilghataU urea river bottom and good fencing fruit etc Trio f479 an acre No UloOcre ol land on Lancaal streetln Crab Orchard opposite Springs In no 1m irovements except Ian stock barn abundance of lock water luUJea bulldlDC site In town IrlM 3000 No 5arTwbstocks for vale For par lenlan addree Central Kentucky Real rUle Ex hange i Title Cq No 15i nice cottage and lot on Lancaster treetHunord7 rooms cittern eta Colt 51000Ito acne near Huilonvlll welllng of eight room ball veraadt elo One enact house stock barn tobacco bkrn and tbr outbuilding Cbtenandgoodwell in the Jar4 and water in ever hid on be place Farm cut seven Sells and IIntc1ualalld NoIIOrlUl of Ito acre lIuaear Elngs rifle Ky 60 acre In cultivation S3 in timberret two rood barns and other- ulbullltnpgood repair Dwelling cow Irallye- y new la within aoozar41 of three chnrcbca cbool noaloQCe Property lie on and county rod and U the mOil dealraLl Inn In that aecllon W will sell the whole farm tor tl 400 or la of not lee than M acre to ultpurchaaer This certainly cheap property No SiTwo story eight room fume dwelllur In ilanfurd garden and barn lot 1hl- aoneoftbemoetdrablehoitelnIe town Price caaonable No 43 Farm S73 acres splendid bluexraH land In Jncoln county Two story 9 room tloa residence I tenant houses barn room for over head ol lLOck and all other n lr outbuildings all COw repair ClIMe to church school sllroad and in good neighborhood 400 acres In ultlvatlon ret In and timber etc This Ian leal country home i uallconvenIenceon place aleaeto watered with 14 never failing rings etc Irico reasonatil No i117Nleuolule 7 acres land within IS alles ol Stanford In rood repair fencing good recasting well and good cIlia flood barn VMi moke houseAa Young orchard and line vine ant Hplendld place to Yalta garden product to upply town 1ilce JIJUO No 20 Tutor house 9 room hallveranda acre aplendld land adjolntngln Btantard lrop rty In good repair water sod lights In house cIJ tarn at door lleautlful home No21 Dwelling of4 room with 20 acres lands Ioreland Uood barn and necessary outbuild 2 wens la ar splendid orcbsrd and 2 acre- brtrarberrlel Immedlte rrlcoliHX- XNoSSC63scrMofUnd In Bockcsttl for eels or exchange lias all neoe nary ImproremsoU tell watered Ac Win be wed at a bargain i First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally estahllihed I as the Deposit tank In 18SS then reorganlied the National stank of Stanford In ISM again roorftanlted at the First National 1k of Stanford In 1S8S having bad practically an uninterrupted existence fur U ears It is better now with faemtl for tranat Incbuslnes promptly and well than over before In Its long honorable earner Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries pod Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors J 0 Paxton J B Owsley 8 U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter span to The Farmers Hank tt Trust Company and nnder same management continuously for 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such bualnma relations will prove mutually beneficial Rlk- prDirectors W W Asst tsalsr CUTSaosss The Fuel Bil IntoiS elw COLES BLAST DOES IT The fM that arise when coal k burned Is by the peculiar of Hot Air malt tow the gas to go up the ctilmnoy This iiiffr coca to rou as ooaloser iu any trey end BM a Oulas lIt Air Islet Tile quicker the Urttsr o rcxMlbln You eant name an atthste In Hardware that We havent got you art JfAiirv rums to us HigginsMKinneySTANFORD W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has Spring Styles WALL PAPERReady Mixed PAINT any Purpose No HouMmllrcrMf land In McKa nr KwoMry ontlxiUdlDn neln goo and well watcnd Will tell this place on eat terms No 376 room fnmecoltsge sad one ern 0 land In KlntiTlll Ky large bun smoke hour Ac All and fencing In good Noja Ir FramhoUllanrcroema doubt reran ilaa ballwav Etc A larg 2 story itorroon treet131ee1fromhotel up stairs suits bls for dw leg 2 eke cottage nicely furnlaae papered sad palntnl 4 rooms and veranda each A larir on erne lot used as table Ooo- deuVaantlotadlolning36feei font 2Q- deep All ollbh property London Ky and I a one chan4 for ante one to male inonty roprl lor baa refuted to rent for SJO pre mouth Onarc untof IllbMltholbls wit on reaaon orselling dealre xchani for farm In Lincoln county Jumbo no acres In culll1 ration rest tn timber nil dwellloti on place flu oftbunw twolobarca barn and legs atoel darn blackantlb shop tIle etc Young orrbanl Minim run through IUtl On county and yard ti a Kbool church and In soot neighborhood will sell or at reaMUabli figure No 3OA la m of acre frame dwelling four rorne good flock loam and all neroary out building well watered ccinfivef- ields M era In cultivation rest In blue grati ten than half mil tram luroplk We onei thli plea for only lau per acre Now Twoalorr seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story itonroom MiGO two bltchmllh tenant hour stable crib and ware house Burry building nw and fencing It Itnublre Allot te proloOrll In lluilonilll Ky and we will sell It a a whole or sell aj place aeparaUlr Well at each stable anti cistern at houle uddw the above named eec relalIMo M Kann ot acres In Casey story frame dwelling iwo burn another outbulldlnp In repair Splendid tobacco land an4 In nD eomwunhy Abergain at teo0 No 61l a lei acres In Casey count A two atory room frame dwelling aolddwelling In lair condition liarna and other out building On rood splendid tobacco lend well watered two welli spring etc This la a d drab howa 11icvfl8uO- o SFarmof SOacre mile Irom Stan lord on county road sera In cultivation seven In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two small cottage good bun and outbuildings well watered and lenring fairly 17ace can bought at price as owner llvaIn InJUnapo his and must have money No 63Farm of 71 acre near Dwelling good ban etc Well WJnNburcI and building1 In oo repair 1lO none UnJ good neurhborhood dOlt to Khool and on good Trice f No 5A farm ot acre Casey county Ky One and onehalf story dwelling with alx morn good barn and otber outbuilding Sixty acrea In cultivation 13 acre In Umber fruit trees etc Lays welt on county road clow to churches school etc frice only FAq No sndon acre land lioosa too tabs room verander cellar etc All essary outbuildings Extra large bun all In splendid repair House newly painted and cover ed Clalern at door Uood g en barn of fruit on 17145110- 0NofJrStackgnuslmerchandise In Stanford conilillnf moally grocrrlea and fixtures will not Invclce more than sod probably not that much hood location and present proprietor Is making from fllOJto per year Kent room only f 1260 JIr tishu otber expense verv lUbt lmprlltorol been by to make change at confinement Inju riousohishealth W offer tbla for coat and car rlageI1i Jtr Officers J 8 IIOOKKK Pest J J MoROIIERTS Ohr W U WEAKEN F Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hwker Stanford P Walton Lexlngtoa K L Tanner MeKlnnny D Rlmere Stanford 8 U Stanford T P lUll Stanford Jas Robinson nubble II Haugliioaii Stanford W P Tate Stanford Officers 9 n IlroeI4n J B Cashier II niUOHT Cashier i HOT AIR uietj oenulrueUon Oolofl plher is JeHflrs a fetne for Staple When looking for New of Best for building lrlwlioa fronting b proprietor to Ko4liVserennr end exchange h of county V U b your road In 28ltout seven 1200 ol advlwd J SHANKS OWBLEY No It 904 acres of land near Crab Orchard cheep b tramMuM Inclac l liioo No 6aTen and onehalf acres of lad nke Nostory seven rvooi tram dwelling Store room to by sUe room 10 by y Good war room neat to store IS by ft Writ sad bUcktmlth shop li by ea three forthisWell house to by u also III open well stock of general merchandise All of this properTy Is In atebugalnNo 40 Farm arm acre near llrcdhead Nice IUdfendalawell watered Will sell for fl2W or exchange for l operty In Lincoln county No 21 ICOecMCf land In Ford lilt mll Irom railroad and el mile ironArians IIDntc11111an4 I or exchange countrTornbuildings each house barn eta about the center churchacschoolsadpposomceyLayswwll indwell tlll la a good tobacco farm and would comefromlIIDfONi J hrmandachyf0farm lJolnln this her refuted IU uracre WeofTrthlaatMTM j KyFramhouee5rooms d umherand church lays well on pike ad In food core munlly 1rlctHW Aomutellon40aming contains seven room Large Jam and all oec rlendl4No84IIC acres unimproved land In Iron county Mo 1 miles Irom Habula Station on Iron Mountain route Will sell or exchange ter properly In Uncolncountr countySmllMhomLancaster uleludnntlbtanchesthrough the plea 11 rich and productive grow hemp tobacco Itewly fuon elwith win and locust poets Agood orchard 9 Improvemenia a tSooo twoetory room fram dwelling wardrtbe In each room pantries cellar etc oel covered and tenant house bun and otheroutbulldings all In good condition In goal neighborhood near church school depot poatofflee ant atore within 400 yards of house cheapNo S mile from btan i 111verandarepair six fields well fenced urea in erlloubttcan be sold at bargain pow to school and church lrlce fM per ser Land adjoiningsaid for f40 and IU Tbla It a bargain No 4 36 gem good land Two story six room dellOIlI harnamocebouaeele Who In t watered and building In good condl Hon IllwKWO No I2 Sven room dwelling good cellar and 21 acres land Never faUlogwell and aprlog Fencing Tdoe