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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1903 8 A M NO 80 OBITUARY NOTICE OF HAWKINS BROWN M D 10 presenting n memorial notice of the late Dr Drown the caution con toyed In the good old adage de more tuli nil bbl bonum seems altogether superfluous for certainly ntnhlog praiseworthy could bo said of him aolhlng lovely and of good report that xoatd not fiod a ready echo in th- oheartl who know him He pos felled to an emlnontdegrce tbose irdnllo and engaging qualities of mind and cnsraoler which endeared him to all with whom ho came Into lotmate relations Tbo tad clrcumitaooei of his taking off the calm courage tho ad curable patience and wonderful cheer fulness bp displayed under the In fllc loc of a long and palnfol lilac lent a peculiar tenderness to the sor row with which the announcomenl of i hit death was received Dr Qawklot Drown was born In Lincoln county near Uuiloovllleon Nov 11891 tw particulars of Dr Drown early life are aecessablo to me tin reoelved hie preliminary education In Stanford and attho parochial tobool In hi native t village After being prepared fur col lee by Mr Charles Barre be entered the Medical Department of the Unl Tsrsllr of Loulivllle from which maul lotion be received blideploma In I860 He returned at OOCd to bU native vII lage where be continued to reside UP tit bin death which occurred at 3 st Tuesday Dec lit from angina pec to rhoIrlylo 1809 bo was com polled by the rapid and torlou Inroads of a dls ease from which be bad tutored for tone years to relinquish bU active practice and from that time until his death ho was for the most part confin ed to his room Dr Drown was pre eminently a medical society man no WM associated with numerous medical organizations He was a member of the American Medical Association for more than 25 year and was once lu vice president of tho Kentucky State Medical Anoclatlon and was tbe pre Ideal at Its ousting held In Loulivlllo in 1603 of the Central Kentucky Modi cal Association of which be bad the distinction of being elected twice to the presidency of the Lincoln County Medical Society be was a charter tnembttr at lu organization In 1868 twice lla president and remained an ao 1the member until the put few months relation with his home county mod leal society was the last link which bound him to his dearly beloved pr fosMonal life nil Interest In things relating to lu advancement an Improvement continued a ruling pas sloe strong even to the day of his death Dr Drown made few notable contributions to medical literature He bad little taste for literary competition and the engrossing demands of a larg practice left him little leisure for this kind of work He was ever ready to contribute his share to the discussion of papers and clinical cases presented before tbe medical societies of which he was a member tlo was essentially a progressive mso always eager to lay held of now modes of treatment In his relation with his professional brethren Dr Drown was upright honorable and just Envy malice end uncharitable bees wore foreign to his nature no was over disposed to add to rather than detract from the Rood name and fame of a brother practitioner Fow men of so positive a nature bavo main tamed such extended professional re lotions and aroused 10 tow antagonisms He had no enemies lie was gentle and courteous In his manner endowed with greet natural kindness of hear- aed a ready overwhelming sympathy which at onto engaged the confidence of his patients and led them to regard him not only a a physician but as a friend To many of his patients bo was their confidant and adviser not only In natters relating to their health but la their material Interests as well ThoI helpful human tide ol his nature was ever turned to those who sought bindI vice He was fortonata In the posses sloe of a cheerfu sanguine tempera meat Oil buoyancy of iplrit was In factious His cordial greeting his cherry words and his bright confidant manner diffused an atmosphere of sun i hinelQtho lick room aad Iniplrtd hope In tbo hearts of his patients AI though he was attentive to the bust nen aspects of Ills profession be did not regard tbe practice of medicIne InI the light of a moneymaking calling appreclaloamen sometimes encountered did not sour his nature or mako him milan throplo fie preserved In a singular degree tbe freshness of his feelings and floe faith In human nature to tbe end of his life In this brief but Im perfect sketch of our lato associate we bve tile record of a life not remark able for Its Incidents and achievement but which Illustrates In no ordinary de gree those finer virtues and graces which adorn our humanity and those dllrotryIful M truth nod rectitude must ever bold a dear place In our memories RTEELE DAILEY FLEMINGSBURG Since we can not write Klngivllle items of news this week wo will try to write up Flemlngsburg Wo have been the guest of our aunt Mr Milford Overly for the past week and find the town almost If out quite the equal of Stanford In fact It Is almost a coun terpart of Lincolns county seat In 10 cation aud then the people Individual ly and collectively Impress us as bar lag rainy characteristics similar to tbo good people of Stanford which shows how very favorably Impressed wo are with our present surrounding Flcmlngsburg which Is the county seat of Fleming located In the north eastern part of the State more than 100 years old but doesnt look Its ago bv any truant I a It Is not dilapidat ed Its public buildings are all con vonlentand kept In good repair Its streets are broad and well paved Its sidewalks of brick and concrete are kept In much better repair ball we udralt It ftbao even tbe dear old side walki ol Klncivllle our home town It has five church buildings white all quite handsome itructures and each occupied by a regular pastor a large church membership and a good Sunday school The Christian church Is ox ceptionally beautiful and well equip ped for the size of the city Ills built of tin which was preferable to silver or gold Thorn are three hotels two banks two printing otllcos more than 30 stores of all kinds a number of med lathe shops a splendid graded school a large flouring mill and lumber yard four livery stables OJd Fellows and Masonic buildings and many handsome bouses oQlces and dwellings Tbe va rious trades and professions seem to be pretty well represented by the people of Flcmlngiburg There are five min isters five doctors 13 lawyers several drugglststwo editors a dozen teach ers throe dentists besides merchants clerks machinists etc Altogetber Flemlngsburg to quote from one of Its most substantial citizens ana good dem cents Is one of tbe biggest cities of lea size and tbe youngest of tie ago to be found anywbere In the Blue Grass State EUZADETIl M CtlKIOllTON Didnt Like The East Room Is It solid gold countryo1woman a a a throughdtbe She pointed to tbe piano with the gold leaf coating as she asked tbe question The guide attempted to evade tbe womans question by referring to tbe whicheexplained that It was tbe one hun dred thousandth piano manufactured by a prominent American firm Is It solid gold 1 tbe woman inter posedStill the guide did not answer You will notice that there are 13 settees In this room one for each of the original States he continued Out I want to know whether the pi aDO Is solid gold the woman Insisted No madam It li not solid gold the guide remarked with a sllghtdUplay of temper Hub the woman retorted Ive 1badmend it When theres only one real piece of furniture In a room this size a person tort of expects that li will be anytyou got from the South windows Fight Will bo Bitter Those who will persist In closing their oars against the continual recommenda fOflCODsumptlon not whatIfall my wife had every symptom of consumption Sho took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvement came at once and font bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by all drngglttf Price We and 11 Trial bottle free- I MR JOHN FOX JR iAmoall the story writers that have compelled public attention In recent year none have woo more rapidly an enviable reputation than has John FoxI Jr As a reader and lecturer Mr Fox has proven blmkelf a pronounced sue cots Hue reading of the mountain dla beet Is simple aoduoaTected and rings as true to the mountaineer as does Thomas Nelson Pages Negrodlalect to tbe Negro There Is a quality of svm pitby In bis voice and a personal mal netism about him that holds attention from the beginning to the clove of bis lectures and readings Of this distin guished young Kentuckian James Lana Allen says In pint Tbe ranks of American story writers and the plat form of American readers and lectur ers have been enriched by the acces slob of Mr John Fox Jr who at tbe very outset of public career shown tbe wealth of hue resources and the ver utility of his powers Bis stories have been widely and wisely accepted as among tbo most virile original and va riously effective pieces of literary art that have come from the living writers of the Soutb Oil delightful readings of these stories In New York City Brooklyn Washington at Vassar Col loge In Loulsvlllo sod elsewhere bare deepened the Impression of their hu mor and their tragic Intensity Not only Is ho a very beautiful reader but be Is the first public reader of tbe dla loot of the Kentucky and Tennessee mountaineers that has yet appeared Bo lived several years among the native folks talked with them studied them so that as a result of his gifts experience and his alms combined this form of the Amerloan sport should un der his control be revealed for the first time In Its entire fidelity to truth and nature Thr press bestows unstinted praise upon Mr Fox wherever he has boon cr where hilorln have gone Mr Fox says the Chicago Inter Ocean Impressed his audience with the fact that ha Is a man of strong Intellectual qualities of a keen sense of humor a subtle analyst of the qualities that mark men and the pecullariiet that mark their manners speech habits and mode of living He Is a strikingly floe Impersonator of character and above all a rare writer wbo can toll what ho has to toil In a manner at once novel entertaolng and pleasing A the nation capital he received a nor dial welcome Quite the most enjiy able affair of the kind that has taken place In Washington this winter says tbe Washington Pot was the lee tore and reading by Mr Fox at tbe Washington Club on Tuesday after noon Mr Fox Is one of the obvious prophetI n try Of him tbe Lexington Herald save The audience which greeted Mr Fox was wade up of the best literary element of Lexington The humor and pathos of these mountaineers transcribed as few can give them tbe personal charm of tbe author and hi a popularity here where bo Is widely known made the entertainment a most delightful one In every sense Under the auspices of tbe Stanford Lyceum Club Mr Fox will appear at Walton Opera House Dec 8th A large Stan ford audience should greet him and avail themselves of so rare a privilege LIBERTY E W Kldd is confined to his room with rheumatism D G Portman d Bros are selling out their goods at cost The youngsters are having a fine tune on the fish pool skating Sheriff Elliott has collected 113000 of the 818000 be has on his books Mat Wilkinson has been suffering considerably lately with grip but Is better John E Sharp has moved from tbe country to town occupying the Pierce property Wo beg pardon for the long etato of lethargy and promise not to take an other one of Old Rips long naps Chas Phillips was at Dunnvlllo last Wednesday night at tbo Woodmens Camp Meeting which was organized recentlyProf S Flanlgan and assistant Henry Wesley closed the public school Friday Prof Flanlgan It an excellent teacher and has advanced the pupils rapidly M K Humphrey and Ot Bowman are hunting In the Mt Olivet section tbli week Charley Montgomery epee t Thanksgiving In Lexington and Paris returning Monday with the broaden smile we ever saw Drummer Joo P- Wilkinson made a tour in the Western part of his district this week Dink Wilkinson is preparing to move to town He will occupy tbe George Stone property Dr I C Dye of this place has returned home after visiting relatives In Indiana Circuit Clerk stoat Jason Wesley Is assisting the county clerk T J Phillips was down dome Sunday from Husionvllle where he Is engaged in the Hustonvllle Roll er Mills t NEWS NOTES Three lives were lost by a collision between tugs ofT Ellie Island Bruce Norlbcutl Deputy Sheriff committed suicide at Covlngton Maj Charles E Kllbournc U 3 A died on a train as It neared Chicago John L Scott tbo oldest and one of tbe bestknown lawyers of Frankfort la Goad Burglars at Birmingham Marshall county stole 11178 from H B Duncun a timber buyer The big Catholic University at Otta wa Oat was destroyed by fire Tbo lose will reach 1250000 MM Wilson Swearlnger aged 33 years was burned to death ai her home In Simpson county A big demand for Kentucky corn has been created by the re entrance of Bal timers as a edict export city A man who never took over two small drinks a day died in Bellevue Hospital New York of alcoholism The entire crow of a Pennsylvania railroad freight train was killed by tbe explosion of dynamlto at Dover Del Auditors Agent Albritton has filed suit against 81 citizens of Carroll coun ty for back taxes aggregaltngtJSlOOO 000 Tbo court of appeals ordered a new trial for J W Dee of Lexington sen Lanced to death for murdering Martha Martin The English House of Lords decided that women are debarred by their lex from becoming qualified lawyers In England H C Staymonter an American mil sionary and 23 natives were drowoed by tbe capslzlngof a boat on the Congo to Central Africa At Ashevllle N C Dr J V Jay convicted of the murder of his three Children was sentenced to 30 years cnprlsonmeni at bard labor Nearly 100 tellers threatening his life have been received byiAttorney Davie counsel for tbe Chicago Alder manic graft Investigating commit tee William Uoode conductor In the yards of the Cincinnati Southern road was run over and Instantly killed bv switch engine In toe yard at Lexing ton The Western Union Telegraph men eengers at Richmond Va struck against a reduction of wages The company Is filling their places with Ne groes Ouster Gardner In jilt at Munford vllle charged with the tbe assassina lob of S H Osborn and His son David Osboro of Hart county strongly denies the charge Gov Beckham ordered the withdraw al of tbe State troops from Jackson le tbe advice of Circuit Judge Redwlne who sass their presence in Breathitt county Is no longer needed E J Howard postmaster at Saltz Harlan county has been sentenced to pay a One of t100 end serve six months In tbe London jail for violation of postal laws and regulation The crime consisted first In being deficient In his accounts with the government second In committing perjury by mak log tales affidavits Judge Kohlsaat in tbo United States district court at Chicago appointed Fred H Blouat and Albert D Currier receivers In bankruptcy for tbe prop erty of John Alexander Dowle at Zlon City on petition of three creditors alleging an indebtedness of 11169 The petitioners allege that Dowle Is meal vent and has made preferential payments LAND STOCK CROPS ETC EsTRAYRed gilt will weigh 120 pounds J C Lynn Stanford J H Thompson sold to J L Hutch ins some butcher Bluff at 3 to 3ic Henry Bright Hays sold to Josh Jones a lot of hogs at 360 to 380 A wellbroke yoke of cattle three years old for sale J H Thompson Proaobersvllle FOR SALEA nice lot of cultivated hemp seed free from broom rape J T Hackley 6t Soo Lytle Ky 3t King Edward VII It now seems cer talc will raco one or more of his attho Worlds Fair at St Louis hex year FOIL SALEA good farm of 150 acres on Green River 11 miles from Liberty Will sell at a bargain Box 80 Libel ty Ky 2t Fred Burlew of Now York has sold to J V Shipp of Midway the race horse Blues by Sir Dlxon dam Bonnie Blue II by Hindoo for 85000 George William Fryo has sold bit farm of 103 acres part of the old Lind say Powell tract near Carpenters Sta tine to John K Baugbman at 850 cash MiddleUm Jungbluib tbe Louis vllle turfmen bought at Lexington of DIDdle Ss Baker stud for 13000 the yearling brown colt by Cba rade dam Nlverlna by Imp Alntree end the yearling brown filly by Cba rade dam Minnie Williams by Imp Glengary These gentlemen own T4 Picket tbe American Derby winner brought out by Trainer Carroll Reid s j Youll get your moneys worth in comfort pretty quick during this cold weather if you invest in one of our good warm SUITSS And besides the comfort we will give you style and fit that youd scarcely expect to find in Readyto Wear Clothing T p mILLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE p YES We are under the Opera House with FIRE GOODS So Cheap youll think we youaWEATHERFORD Sf MYERS Hustonville Ky FIRE I FIRE I I Look Out For CHARLES WHEELERS Fire Sale of Goods in Every Line at Hustonville next week BARGAINS New Xmas Dolls Ir On Display rAt t woN CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig Ilocker KENTUCKYc FULL Line of Overcoats and Suits All uptodate goods Call in and examine our stock W E PERKINSl Crab Orchard xy 1 TflKINTERJURJOllRNE tTHOMAS D NEWLAND SR of Lincoln county Jutjed t to tae action of the democratic party f GEO W DE BORD U eatulditc for Sheriff of Lincoln county Jutoj ct to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR U a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county nliect to the action of thedemocratic party r DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county sjed to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action the i democratic party i WIHERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS tt a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to action of the democratic party MISS KATE BOGLE r Is a candidate for Superintendent of Putlte Schools f Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cratlc party HON D L MOORE cf Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed lion G ti sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party Yours pert Is urnestiy solicited JOHJJ ALEXANDER DOWIE called a meeting of his followers In the taber nacle at Zion City for the purpose of tartlcR a fund of 81000000 to pay oa his Indebtedness The tabernacle was only about half filled and the respona to Dowlea tearful appeals were feebl Receivers are In charge of the Zion 1City property and of one of Dowlo In Chicago and experts are at work on the books with the object 01 preparing a statement of his flnancli status It Is believed ble llabllltlit will reach 8725000 but the receive express the belief that he mat be able to pay oft all his obligations In time TIlE annual report of Director Rot aria shows that during the year tbe output of the three government mint la number of pieces was greater tlJao t any previous year The pressure for small coins greatly reduced the stock of r silver bullion The reduced coinage of gold on the contrary Increased tbe atock of bullion of the yellow metal The gold exports for the year were t nearly 13000000 greater than the Im J ports A comparative statement of tbe government receipts slid expenditure for November shows a deficit of oearly 13000000 for the month As usual GOT Beckbam is right The State should not be put to tbo ez- pence of paying soldiers to do polio duty There Is a sufficient number of good citizens In Jackson to protect lfp and property and they should see tba it U done II the town Is ever to re sumo Its good name It must be done POLITICAL J Wheeler Campbell of Padncab was nominated at Wlckllflo by accla station for State Senator to succeec McD Ferguson A special session of the Louisiana Legislature will be held this month to pass laws which It Is hoped will keep the boll weevil out of the State It Is said In Washington that Perry Heaths resignation as secretary of the Republican National Committee would not be unacceptable to the President but that Senator Hanna is opposed to Mr Heaths stepping out while he III undorflre Dp Hunter wants a place on the Rivers and Harbors committee Ht will be sworn In today Former State Senator Ed Parker of London an nounced In Washington that be will be a candltate for the republican nomina Lion for Congress in the 11th district next year f Senator Morgan introduced a bill in the SeLtUo authorizing the Canal Com mittee to Investigate the part alleged to have been taken by the transconti Ilea tal railroads In regard to the lath mian canal matter The Committee OB Pacific Railroads Is also authorized and required to make inquiry Senator McCreary chairman of the i Goebel Monument Commission hat been informed by W M Adams of Lexington who IB doing the granite work on the monument and Marettl of New York who Is to make the bronze statue of the late governor that the clay model Is ready for tbo inspection of the committee Gum Shoe Hunter who has drawn kIll mileage to Washington and is now drawing his per diem per day as the late Senator Deboe would say will raise himself In thejeatlmatlon of the honorable menof both parties If he 4msee that ColleotorlCraft and U S Marshal Sharp shall walk the plank as eoon as possible Such scheming traitors deserve Immediate decapita tion Lexington Democrat f J tJ HUSTONVILLE Cowan S McCormack shipped Wed neiday two car loads of export caul to Jersey City This being a lot of very flco cattle they went with them to Bee thatthey brought a floe price rrTho Weatherford Hotel under the able management of J G Weatber ford and wife whoso fame in this 1I0e extends far beyoud the confines of Keo lucky will be ready to CKO for tbo traveling public next Monffiy Late advice from Mr LA Far home the scene of the late spIrItual phenorntn nItlarpur of rapplnlls teetda aa well as outside the house to gather with other manifestations Dot heretofore enacted in connection wltb this remarkable case A building committee consisting of doe Wro for J W Hocuer Bod Charles Wheeler has been appoloted by the board of trustees for tbo pur DOieol Inspecting plans anti speclfli tlons of prospective builders and luu Ing permits to all that meet their approval All those Interested will jov ere themselves accordingly C Rud McCormack and wife have taken rooms at Mrs Bogles for tbe Winter MM E J Willis nee Boo nett of Hopklnsvllle Is visiting Mre T J Robinson on Danville veone Her husband Elder E J Willis e pastor of the Christian church In that oily which pulpit was for raanv yeare ably filled by the Rev E L Powe now of First Christian church LouIs the 12th day of November 183J tear this city Dr Hawkins Brown Oret I8W the light of day His seeming uo Imely death on the morning of Deo hI has cast a gloom upon our eotlre lommunlty the pallor of which react es the heartstrings sorrowlngfrlend tbe multiplicity of which we aro uDable to measure for he had no enemies Bo ras kind and charitable to all and 01 bough gone from our sight he Is stili anderly enshrined In our hearts aDd memorIes His acts of charity were 8 Istlngutshlng feature of hU life utI fliltb prompted him to cast the ancho of his hope In Heaven with a firm ra ance oa the promises of an Immutabl God and his soul bad become to lural DOUI with truth that the Interior U btI aod glow blazed out through ever loop and crevice of his being WboI cao fill his place ADd steadily goes the on stung each other with faces waoIjmetlmes smlllnp to tIde a care lending beneath the burdens we bear 1111 the same little mound covers all 10 the end Tbe lover sweetheart the foe aod friend bile the green waving grasses whls per and bend Ae the procession moves steadily on LANCASTER The city council has given the water worke contractors a month longer to ODleb laying the pipes and complet tbelr undertaking The lake is flllln up rapidly so all will be ready for ulle 10 a week or two In one of the primary rooms In tbe Graded School Monday morning an ac oldeot occurred that In a minute more would have ended the life of Cora Perk- lnll The child was cold when sbe- came to school so stood too close to i redhot stove which In a few minute bad set her apron on fire and all was It a blaze In an Instant Some little boy- wbo was standing near her threwcloaki arouDd the child thus saving her life Sb e was not seriously burned Messrs Walker Hudson Louis Gill- aod Kennlth Herryman have returned to school at C U Messrs Earl Ward- aDd Willie Fox Logan have returned to- State Beleo College Misses Martha and Gill of Gleodale have returned after a visit to their sister Miss Mary Mrll G M Patterson gave a delightful receptIon Tuesday evening in honor of lea Mosher of New York Misses Mary Arnold and LillIe V West have returoed to school at Jessamine Iostl- tUtf Miss Grace Russell has returned to Lexington after a visit to Miss Etbyl WeU Miss Sara Bell Minor has re- LurDed to Hamilton College Messrs B D Herndon and Frank Marksbury atteoded the Richmond dance Wcdnes day evening Miss Nellie Peyton vll- lIted friends in Lexington last week- MIIIII Florence Tanner of McKlnney II- Ithe guest of the Misses Sbugars at- Ma800 Hotel- lircuit court adjourned last Saturday after being only five days In session lbe Lancaster bar passed thle following lolutfoos WHEREAS This being the last term of the Gsrrard county circuit court at- wblcb the Hon M C Saufley will pre- elde be It- ResLllved By the Lancasterbar tbat- we regret the retirement of so capable aod upright a Judge aad we desire to- bear witness to his uniform fairness sploodld ability and high Integrity as- well as to express our best wishes for hi future happiness and success 2 Hon Ji S Owaley Jr Is to aho- retire as Commonwealths Attorney aad we desire to express our regrets tbaok him for his fairness and ho carries with him our high esteem May- overy success attend him in his future iertaklng Be It 3 Resolyed That these resolutions be spread at large upon the order book of the said court and a copy furnished tbe newspapers of the district for pub licationW Williams L L Walker nndR a Tomllnsoa committee 100 Diamond and Pearl Pendants Diamond Rings You cant afford to mm seeing our largo lino of Holiday Goods Our stock und assortment is moro thaw twice as largo as a year ago We have one of tho largest assortments of 11 anti 18 Karat Gold Jewelry in Kentucky Our toilet ware patterns arc more beautiful than over The only place in Central Kentucky you will see thaw patterns Polished anti dull Brass Lainiw Fancy Goods Hronze Itaud painted China Cut Glass Umbrellas Etc Murray 8l McAdams Jewelers Danville Ky u u u ua e u OTTENHEIM Hog killing Is the chief work of tbe dayWm Boone has sold his farm of acres at 135- Skeltoo Coleman aged 70 fell over a chair In the dark and cut an ugly Kaeb his forehead White Davie are now runnlngthel store In full blast and are buying cone try produce and hides at the blchei market price- Thanksgiving passed oil quietly aod without much hunting the weather bt lag too cold W T White says h0 II the cause of there being one less chick en hawk In the country J A James and T C Boone hay formed a partnership and bought a Dew saw mill and theywlll push the bus ness There Is some talk of taking Lbe old mill to the worlds fair Matthew Johns created comment a few days ago by tying his horses tall to the cud of a wagon tongue and pull log It borne a distance of live mile But what seems strange he appears to be clothed in hIs right mind U C Gentry and wife of Mt Ver non were with friends hero Sundaj Jot and Wm McKlnnoy went to One rard to attend the burial of Stepbe Marebbanke an aged uncle Jame Cnappell who has been seriously Ill la improving Garland James and wfo ire also better the former being able to gather corn CHURCH MATTERS Rev H J Derthlck of Berea will ireacb at the Christian church Bunds lOrnlng and evening He will tell li tie Inimitable way some Interestloi hinge about his people In the moun alas Everybody Is cordially Invited FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by Wm ETeranco Will rent for one or more yean J B OWBLKY FOR SALE I Work mules for tale by the head or In cor- Joad Iota fat and ready for the market ddrou Bro LIvery Feed and Sale table UuslODTilto Ky Engines For Sale I I have for sale tour Traction Engines wo 0horso power Uhorse power and 1 16 once power In good repair J N CASH Turnenvllle Ky cuRe McCormack DEAIBU IK Staple fancy Gro ceries Harness Roves Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce Wante- dHustonville Ky r 40 THE GRAND LEADER Is Closing Out to Quit Business J I eltsot faeelatfa Only two months remain to close out our immense stock and to move it as quickly as possible we still cut prices lower than evertPositively we must every dollars worth of goods in the house will bring I Beat apron gingham 5c yard t All wool dress goods 2Co yard 50c and75o corsets at 30c 25o Mercerized Oxfords at Ho yd Fino flannelettes north 15s at Oo yard Good outing Go yard Titans 83 shoes go at 108 Mena S2 shoes goat 120 t i M B CO Prors S B We whose names appear below strlctl forbid hunting Billing or any kind or trey and will prosecute putting on our places violators to the full patent of the law T A Rice Dr J O Carpenter- J M Carter Br W K Araon George Uolroei J 0 Neal P W Carter tred J Nevln Carter Fred Von lImau Fred Daumnu Albert J Z Bpoonaraor T M lIolme IT V J B Oamenlich Ioter Balmcr Sale Lincoln Circuit Court R Btrsdej k Son W Walllni Admr Deft Bala Pursuant a lodgment and order of sale rendered In tho above action render ed at the November term 1903 the under ilgned commissioner will on SATURDAY DEO 12 1003 On the premlte In Grab Orchard Ky tell to tbo highest best bidder at public out cry the described prop erty The bar fixtures consisting of an Ice and beer cooler counter mirrors beer decanters glasses and other such articles and as was used by K W Wallln deceased In conducting hIs saloon business at Crab Orchard Ky togeth of all kinds coner with his stock of tained In bottles kegs barrel as well as laid bottles kegs and barrels of the sale Is to satisfy estate nf the cent Interest from Feb 16 1003 and the costs of this action Terms Or dltof 3 months bond with approved bearing Interest from dite until paid payable to plaintiff or the purchasers may at option pv the at the time of said ale Bald aropertyor so much thereof as may be necessary be sold as will satisfy In tils laid debt Interest and costs It 0 Comr J Men 150 show go at 08c Ladies 81tiO calf shoes 07o Ladies 2 heavy shoes 180 Ladies heavy l2Ac a garment 83 ladies fupv81C9 81 adios furs 225 0 ladies furs 420 750 ladies furs 8108 Heavy fleeced hows lOo Heavy blankets I8o pair 10 overcoats 8728 1260 overcoats 8808 815 overcoats 908 820 overcoat 13 t Moses irate from 25o up GRAND LEADERLEVY LEVY Manager POSTED VonOruenlgan VonOrnnenlgan Commissioners raCommissioner following personal the- ludgmentoftheplalnttffagaloetthe purchase WARREN heavy underwear D8J THE COMEi And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Cot Stanford Ky Christmas Presents The Holiday Stock is bigger than over There is a largegnth cring of Silverware WatchesClocksandNovelties lection of Jewelry is largo and ynri- cdWHMUELLBR f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAI4FOED KY DKC 1003 In filling your prescription wo us Iho right medicine In the exact proper lions and with proper care Wo could nut uo boner If yon paid ue doublo the price which la alwnva reasonable POD cvi Drug Storo uJPERSONALS HUEDSOK UAIUW U book from Lt ttila A D ROOT went to ClooMVclt 0 TI Tuesday Mil JAMES Dtuuv wet to Lout vlllo yesterdaywMilS JOSIE Ofimmi very at l her homo at McKinney petaMlts W T TUCKBK of tho May wtod KeclIoD U quite sick TWIN boj have arrived at the homo ef Dr J T Morrl of SautterI- loUKtiT n WOODS working for a store In Phoenix Arizona at a good salary line JULIA AIIRAMS returaed Wed ne day from Loulirllle after an extend ed visit UtlS P W LOGAN and daughter Mlu Mary arc In Kaoiai City wit rehttyes Louisato Robert Sear MR ABIIUY M WAIWEN wont to d Wednesday afternoon to at 1Hcbmoo bop D LAWSON sad little too of Outbrle 0 TI aro hero to ipood tho winter with relative MISS POLLY DUANE TRAYLOR of Lincoln county U the guest of Ml i Clydo McOlonU Danville New JUDOUJ W AUJOKN and daughter Mr J N Sauoder and Mlu Kate t Moore went to LotiUvllle yesterday Mns K P OWBLUY and daughter Miss Mattle llav arrlved Wedneday from Col a to bii Oatovlilt relatlvei t Mull It FttAXK IBAXE who bat 1 been vUltlo her brother Rev P J Itoi returned to Sbelbyvllle Wedner day L Lewis went to Montgomery 1uTuesday to take a position with Ltt N In the baggage depart mam MR AND Mits L O ADAMS of Mad hoe are being entertained on their honeymoon by Mr sad Mr A C I DuneoMK GEORGE L PENNY went to Cln s t olnnatl yeiterday W S Kmbry itaylngat Ienny Drug Store In hli abienoe DON HARVEY UKLM and Joo T Em bry are down In the oil field of Wayne preparing to drill a lot of well on their I holding In that county Mn AND MRS J S RICK entertain ed a few friends In an elegant manner Tuesday at 6 oclock dinner Severs louriei were beautifully served which were fit for the god WINKREU WITHERS Is clerking for John Bright Jr ft Co Mr U D Bright who has been with the firm will leave next week for Wilton to take a position In the commissary of a big mining company 1 COL WILLIAM SwoiB and family Jenatnlno will tho latter part of t week move to Lexington and mak o their home They will occupy tbo Tarlcton homo on Wcit Third Street Lexington Democrat MR AND MILS JOHN D MEU9HON entertained tome friend to meet In family reunion bli daughter Mot James A C HIll and J R Beazley of Stanford on Tbankiglvlng day Mr i W R Oooch was celled to the bedilde of her aged father W D Ooocb Esq In Lincoln county last Friday Da U suffering with grip and pneumonia with more favorable symptoms at lait report He served hli county as justice of the for consecutive years Somerset Journal LOCALSIFARM hand wanted M S Baugb man Stanford WILL hue a big supply of fire work for Xmas Ferns A Co SEE the grandest of lamps over In town at Farris fc CoeJc VERY SOARCK Xlbollnes Wo hayo them Severance Sons DEC 22ND Itthe last day you can buy are works Better buy now Faarls if Co FREE ovary purchase of Si orQo iioro a of Stanford Vie w China at MuollerIe e MILLINERY AT COSTI have on hand a pretty line of millinery trimmed and untrimmed hats I will soil at cost Give mo a call Mrs Oleo Drown TUOSE desiring to purchase a hoe would do well to consult the Contr Kentucky Real Estate Exchange I tie Co Wo have several places t sale which are not advertised Miss SALLIE ELICIN will hays exI hlblt and sale of her work In decorated porcelain In the parlor of St AeapbI Hotel oa Dec 15th She extends toBp the public a most cordial invitation to call and see her work even If you do mot care to purchase ahorsethelooMuellers 0mSomething new In a hot blast John Bright Jr S Co 1SOLID sliverepouns and fork In Ipji8JoahUat Muellers It You see this DOtioe in time put on goJoawtonight WB will have on display Saturday some new thing that arrived too late for our upsalmgday Conic anti sea tbem P June + roundtriptlckuts traloleaeand arrives at Frankfort at 838 SocletlIII1C Dr J C Barker will read a paper 6n Diagnosis and Treatment of Paeuktnonlaand Dr W J Ed mis ton one on Capillary BronchitisbDOT DRINKS I am now prepared to serve the following hot drinks Beet DoulllooOrapoand try tbem Coca Cola always on bred n D Campbell ON Friday next Deo11th Henry D Moliluro will ll at auction Turners vllle a lot of household and kitchen foldlD6booSale bogies at 1 oclock TAXES Union payour State end county taxes on or boforo Tburs day Dec 17 UHiS your property will be adverliied In the iNTKltlOU cod sold 1 am ready to pay all county claims b19 Btughman Sheriff DIED ov IIBK BCRNS pin Bony Gill egad about 60 died at her homo nest Maions Gap yesterday from the effects of burns she received Wcdnes day Her clothing cough from the stove end she was horriblyburmod We are much pleased thatour efforts n opening day met with such expres ourecustomer We thank you for this encouragement end assure you that our future efforts shall bo to serve you still bettor John P Jones BEAZLEY Charles Beazloy brother of James R Beazloy the liveryman died atSt Joseph Mo and was brought to Lancaster and Interred Tuesday Be 1was fho oldest sue of thd late Jamei Beazley end was a steady honorable end baraworklng young man lie went Wet some 15 years ago spa TilE Ladle Aid Society of the nap tin cburph will on Saturday Dec 12 give a Bazaar and exchange In the sample rooms of the Veranda Hotel jewelerhoall kinds of fancy artlclee will be lor sale during the entire day Aire B Mabony Sec TUB opening Tuesday and Tuesda nlgbl at Mr John P Jones store was largely attended and U was a succci In every particular The store was lulls new and pretty goods tastily arranged end each visitor war presented with button bole bouquet At his next open log Duo 1004 Mr Jones will serve frappo to his guests JOHN FOX Jit author and reader will appear at Waltons Opera House next Teciday night Dec 8 Mr Fox comes to us with the highest veto m mendations as a lecturer and as a bu marin be Is without a peer His Iml tattoo of mountain dialect Is certainly a treat In Itself Tickets on sale now Under management Stanford Lycou Club MR ED PEYTON showed his good judgment by deciding to remain In Lin cola county rather than move to Mid dlesboro as be voce thought ho would Wednesday bo bought of W H Brady bis stock of groceries tinware etc nd will continue the business at the old stand In the Myers Rouse building asks a portion cf the patronage 0 the people of Stanford and vicinity Mr Brady has not decided what be will do but well wager 11 will not be long before bo will engage In some paying business TUB appellate court Judgo Hobton writing reversed tbo Mercer circuit court In a case of the Southern Railway t4ala calo ludicoJ Indicted theicorporatlon for alleged discrimination lrolghlrates from Louisville to Harrodaburg The court says therewas no violation of the lay the reversal Commonwealths A t torney Owsley is loser to the tuneof t3000 The road had been flnedtOOOO and he would have gotten half t DONT fall to bear John Fox Jr at Walton Opera Douse next Tuesday nlgbl under management of Lyceum Club StaDfordI WANTED Traveling men onth salary 818 per week expense money and commission Contract ono velAr IU each guaranty required Ad dress R W Judy Lexington Ky box la tit wit have oivd partnership and you are earnostly requested to call In and square up your account This means yjiu If you owe us anything Buughman A McCormack Huston vllle + Ic you want to oil your farm or town property placo It with the Central Kentucky Real Rotate Exchange L Ti LIe Co It your property can be sold we Hen sell It fur jou and can secure as rood a price for It at anybody Our ad vurtlilog facilities are second to none Give us a trial IN CABBY The J reprciontatlve s pent a portion of this week In Casey and returned home with bee pocket fairly Oiled with filthy lucre He found too people In a prosperous cODdltl- doieoeralltbo farmers feeling good ov or their abundant crops and the mer c hants In high spirits because of an good fall trade He struck bo- illing time center and lived high the short time on spare ribs back one sausage etc On returning Wed neiday he counted 17 homes where hogs were being killed or where they bad hOen killed and were hanging up to cool out Most of the swine laugh Cored were heavy fellows and If Casey county people do not bavo meat enough to last until deg killing time comes again signs go for naught Big courts convenes at Liberty Monday when the mallcit docket In year will be dlspos ed of Ills Judge W W Jones and iJommonweulths Attorney N W K Aaron last term In the State of Cn sey and It looks like they can flnUh up things In three or four days The most Important case to be tried Is andLa clear case oCe1ell defense will more likely be eitabllibed The two were fooling with a gun when the tragedy occurred and worn the boat of friends Liberty continues to grow steadily and e now a town of no smell Impor fence Green River Is lower at this seaion of the vase them Is has beet for a long time It Is scarcely running In some places The majority of Casey republicans are sore over Dr Hunters receiving the certificate in the Con gressional race but a few of them In nludlbg Circuit Clerk Glboner are ju bllani He worked herd for the Gun Shoo Suleiman and we trust bo will be remembered when the doctor begins to dispose of his juicy plums HERE AND THERE j Christian Endeavor leaden aro In session at Philadelphia An Infant al David Doylo was burnt to death at Flemlngsburg The grafting of an ear on the bead a Western miner proved successful Great Britain has just bought from Ohlle two new battleships for 89000 r 000 Seven persons died suddenly of hear viclaltdp burRed to death at Elmwood Nob muyHart tfounly Is In too Jill at Bowling Green A California woman was ol 827500 the South Lbadeath of her husband Ae the result of a quarrel a duel we fought at Cbllesburg between two far mere Henry Gray was killed ly and Lewis Skaggs who was woumde- twice can oat live IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES M D Elmore sold to Garland Sin gletoo a 625 pound hog at lie Rockcame tlo county with 5000 capital has been Incorporated Prof J C False dean of tho faculty of Central University was nicoLe chairman and bo will temporarily pre sldo over the Institution until Dr Rob ens successor Is elected Marshal Coleman and Jailor Bines captured the notorious Caney GUI of Garrard county at Welborn He Is an fold and troublesome offender of the lIq- uor laws Somerset Journal Matt Young for several years a ma chant on the Rolling Fork Case y county mado an assignment to Adam Ellis a few days ago Assets 300 lia bilities 2000 principally Louisville and Cincinnati rMATRIMONIAL Miss Eliza Ward aged 73 end Ca Williams aged 05 were mado one at London Congreismbu Ollle James and Ruth Thomas were married al t brides home at Marion Wednesday Hugo Fleece Ewing of the Perry vllle section and Miss VlrglnlaGrubbs i daughter of Capt W G Grubba of Shelby City were married at the home of the brides father INOTICE I emtntoofproperly proven to me Persona owing the state most settle at once J E llorMAK Exor Daniel Holman Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale llliell privatelyaIll alto sell a 15 goodrepairbusiness Will tako port pay In lumbar POwart8wrr zyBtantord- IyChristmas Goods At Ottenheim I Santa Clues has chosen John Wentzli store alOttrnboln na lam headqnnrtcra and Gus opened there an Immcnte stuck of Onrlttmai Iresonti such as would make inltaMr gift Call and ico thorn whether you wish to buy or n- otCommissioners Salt Lincoln Circuit Court U If Elkin guardian Plain tilT nt P ElkIn Jr Dofendanu Notice wt Commli iloners Sale By virtue of a judgment anti order of sale rendered at the November term 1003 of pendIng darner will on Monday nee 1003 before the court dentin Stanford Ky sell to the highest bidder at public outcry the following property A house and lot containing two acres more or less at land situ ated on the West side of the Stanford and tromStanfordWest and South by the teed of Dire Nora Ooodknlght and on the East by sold turn monthsbeadpayable w the commissioner and bearing cent Interest from date until Lien retained The object of tbo procoedlunderIt U WAIUIEN Commissioner Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Martlr McCormaek Plaintiff vas Ander Ison Carr Defendant Commissioners sale Byvirtue of a judgment and order of tale nrendered at tbo November term 1003 at pendlagsUner will on Monday Dec 14 1V03 before the court house door In tanturd Ky sell bidderWitt That lot of land situated on the East side of Depot Street In Stanford Ky footlag ah ut 20 poet on said street and bound theFastRamseydsatisfy tho debt of the plaintiff for the sum of f330 with six per cent Interest from Saps 22 until paid and his costs subject to aalddebrto the sum of 1290 18 Term of sale Ored It of six months bond with approved per theItheforceU O WARREN Commiss- ionerCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Nannie I Adams admx Plaintiff vs DefllndaotsoIBy virtu of a Judgment and order of tale rendered In tho abOT stylrd suit at the No rember term 1003 of sold court the under signed come will on Monday the 14th day housedoorthe hlfhust bidder at public outcry tho fol In1lncolnlows On the North John Turnbull on the west by James Adams and on the South br James Adams nnd containing 34 acres and pole of lead mure or less The object of the sale Is to UUSffthe following lien debts and the costs to wit A debt 133 33 with 0 per cent Interest from rlat I8UI aid subject to a credit of SIB July lath 1403 and a further credit of IIS Oct 14 1803 A debt of t3331 with tt per cent Interest from Sept lit 1891 un withdThese said In debt with their Interest and toemonths bond with approved security re andethotorceWAKBENd Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Marv Blchcrt Plaintiff TS Daniel Rich arts Exor and others Defendants Notlco ofiale By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale rendered at the November term 1903 In the above styled suit pending In ald court tho MondayVooStanford Ky sell to the highest bidder al decrlbedralso the sum of 77570 the amount of the plaintiff debt Interest and the probable situated1nCrab Orchard on Orab Orchard and Lan caster pike and Is described as follows Be at a point In the middle of the turnpike corner to Mrs Illcberls lot- thence middle of same N 1TH W 111 laneh10 polo N UX E 10 poles N 15923 poles turnpikecornerpike and with laid McGlnnla S 7S E 47 94 to a stone corner to same thence with same N i63G 109 311100 to Ii steno across Lick Branch a corner to same and 174tYestcrosafngsald to a stone corner to same thence S 38 E polesmS S53j W 145310 to the beglnndg and con boundaryRIcher tract and Is bounded on the North Wetbeand on the South by the Blcbert land and oa the East by the Buchanans heirs Tartxorodltoi 6 and 12 months la- equal Installments bond with approved personal security required payable to the IntllresrromdaeR O WARREN aamlilonr The Seal Of Approvalz Has been placed on our Overcoats and Cravenettes by the a Most Fashionable Dressers Merit char acterizes every detail of every article you will find at 4 b t Cummins a McClary Tickets on 75 Davenport given with every 1 purchasep= s a s s Your Feet Must be protected this wet weather else colds and fevers come Our stock is composed of such goods ns the Walkover shoe the Manss shoethe Ada mant thtf Honest Mike the Rubber Lined Standard boot the Mocker bootee the Water kingall for men- The Ultra the Brockport for women Level Best and Honest Mike school shoes for boys Every pair solid as iron eeatat Torms Cash HJMRobertss I J f Cut Prices On Winter Clonks anti Skirts Wo believe it is business to OUT PRICES now while the season is on than wnit until lutcr after a great many have bought Wo offer the cream of this sea sons styles The Box Coat Corset Coat Military and hnlftight styles at 8150 to 8500 oil the regular price This is a rare opportunity to get a now Goat at notch below value See what wo haveat 8350 500 750 81000 to 82000 SEVERANCE SON UpToJQate Heaters And Cook Stoves 11 See rr HotBlast Tube In Door We have a complete line of Cast Ranger Cook and Heating Stores of all grade and at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHT JR Ws I h 7 f= a THE JNTFKI0RJOURNAL Bni red n the petloffiee at Stanford cu it I lateaW- erlvabltsadTuwa3a pa awsdFttdm9w jT 11 PERYEAR CASH R ITkM mot toptWaaOO wlU beonsmd- s IJ irKNIXVILLE DIVISION I f Train folng North w r01pm a II MM2M s m t 0South i=iSSIm NoII ItiHAIRGALS M tees meinI xurlon crow1- Ifeft 7111 10 Btore CluesEastretlJJl l TREES IY THE MILLION FALL t 1103ITrait and andrhubarb asparagus lrntt evergreens Yllrytblng for lawn and No Djteata but lest prices to the planter to Beth phonee Catalogue on application H V HILLENMEVBR SONS Lexington KT J H 100HE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY AND FEED STflBUE i Stanford Kv P Service at Reasonable RatesGood Livery Street Also Dealers inCall on us on Depot CoalRicTra1Orj DEALERS IS wniskn Brandy Wines Beer Etc luSTANFORD KY II 1 la erompt Prompt drink attention Mill ni ntltc pane attention cr telegraph Nothing orders but tile receive bee Il J D mm insurance floent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the COt1Jpanyln the world As t818t71063512 Hurplus as i04360JS 69 Firm property in CascT Garrard coin countiM Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky II RBMufiony Insurance l fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In andcounties iacoln BM who may be seeking in snranceagainst Fire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Companies represented and the 11t rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky Ftf Lift or Accident Insuranc apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Myera 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 de Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness 4 Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of Ilio Brooklyn East End Art Club If women would more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and If they would observe results they would flra that the doled prescriptions do not perform the many cures they arc Stven for- In consulting with druealtt he ad vised McElrees Wine of Carduland Thed ford1 BlackOraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wino of ardullnrcgulntoror the menstrual a most astonishing tonic for women It cures scanty too frequent irrcg fallinEefit helpful when approaclituR woman during pregnancy after child birth and in of life It frequently brings a dear babytobomea that have been barren for druggists have 100 bottles of Wine of WINEorCARDUI t iilr 1tl t w n FOR SALE Four horses one two borae back ono wagon one twoseated Jersey wagon two boggles two sets wagon harness one dou ble sot surrey harness two sets buggy harness freight express and passenger tran to ustonvllle good JOHNSONJ R A JONES DENTIST Stanford RCy Office over Hlgglns A McKlnneyi Slor Telephone SB 81 UMBRELLAS Ilo covered and repairedmade almost as good as new for a I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford NEW LIVERY STABLES WIUiU 1 Si Prors JUNCTION CITY KY BintClass Turnouts atReasonable Rater Special Attention to Traveling Men and lay liar Bain Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately 23mile of 130 acres on the Liberty pike from Uustonvllle It Is all grass and the land Is fertile and In good Shape It hoe on It good bouse of 7 room a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W RlfTe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P Rlffe Huston Tlllo Iy- LUTES BOONE S CO Real Estate Agonts StanForda Kentucky All persons wishing to buyor sell farms will do well to tee us We a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have It you desire to sell place tin cur hands OfHco at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky J+ C McCi4UY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In JABNESS SADDLZBY SeO Stanford Ky Jw La Beazley Co a Undertakers and- Embalmers jLlODIULUI t FarzilturcMattlnKSRu hey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right dTANTORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK TpToDa- teTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky Has removed to his now and elegantly fitted rooms in the Weatherford Hotel Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All BOJlicited atIrNJI iu What Woman Owes To Man Mrs Cralglo known to the literary world as John Oliver Robber may make herself disliked by the advanced woman If abb Is not careful about her public utterances At a recent diner given by the Lord Mayor of London to the Society of Journalists she replied t the toast of The Ladles ID tho course of her reply she said many very charming things about the accomplish moots and achievements of woman and theta dulled the edge of her praise by declaring that woman owes all she knows of the arts and nearly every thing oleo outside of domesticity to men citing Angelica Kaufrruno Geo Sand George Eliot Charlotte Dronto and others as examples She QVBQ went so far as to assert that women would not go Into the Intellectual professions and public lifo but for the support and praise of men- Warming up to her subject Sirs Craigle assorted that the reigns of great queens have also been the epochs of great statesmen The famous ladles of great historical crises owe their ceo lebrity to the classic descriptions written of them by men Great actresses great players on musical Instrument great singers great scholars and great writers wero all without exception Brat taught and trained by men And then worst of all In her peroration she said as to womans position In the world We do not understand half of It We do as a rule as we are told and when we are commended for doing It pretty well we are just as happy as tho wo wero masters of the situation We know wo are not which Is clever of u tad we do not wish to bo which tacit erer still It would tako a bold man to utter such sentiments as these and he would be hauled over the coals more effect Ively than was Barle Massey by Mrs Poyeer Fortunately It was not a man In this case It rem lne to be seen how the emancipated women the advanced women the clubwomen and martial spinsters will accept thU feminine deft nition of the feminine relation toward tho masculine tyrant Of course thorp are women who agree with Mrs Oral die but they are the women In humble life the oldfashioned women the do mestla women the same spirited women who usually do as they are told and are glad to have someone tell them what to do They are the vines cling Ing to the oaks Rut on the other hand there are many who are not dingo and who are reveling In tho joys of freedom the pleasures of the club rooms and have a doorkey of their own They are not tbo kind to rest patiently under the accusation of doing as men tell them It will be Interesting to bear from them What does the Social Econ omles Club think of John Oliver Bobbes yCbietigo Tribune Joseph Chamberlain In one of his re cent tariff reform speeches told an umbrella story that has not been record td Mr Chamberlain wished to point out that Ignorance was to blame for much ot the censure that bad been attached to his tariff reform scheme He said Why my friends many of my cp meats are as Ignorant of my propo sltlon as was a certain farmer many years ago of tho umbrella j This farmer had made a journey of some 20 miles on foot to a small towns he was about to set off for horn again a bard rain came up and his host loaned him an umbrellaa novelty at the time opening It himself so as to save his friend all possible trouble A week later tbo farmer brought tbe umbrella back The weather was bright and One but be held the Instru men open over his bead This contrivance he grumbled Is more trouble than It Is worth There cant a doorway In the village I could get It through and I bad to tether It In the field all wee- kRevolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and norious trouble In your system In nero VouEnees sleeplessness or stomach up sets Electric Bitters will quickly die member tho troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and alt the usual attending aches vanish upder its eearcalng and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only COc and that Is returned If it dont give perfect satisfac lion Guaranteed by all Druggists John L Sullivan was asked one day why he had never taken to giving box Ing lessons Be replied Well son I did try that once A husky boywas my first aid last pupil He took one lesson from me and went home afterwards a little the worse for wear When be turnod up for tbe next lesson he said IMr Sullivan It was my Idea to learn enough pugilism from you to be able tollck a certain young man that I dislike But I have changed my mind now If Its all the some to you Ill send this young man down here to take the rest of my lessons for me I the pugilist continued was a little to rough too teach boxing s+ A man Is too never old to learn but sometimes be Is too young to realize It Philadelphia Record bdiJ Aratl r THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for tho treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bUll duo when services are rendered and must tv paid promptly s H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY foods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Often his scrvicca as Auotoineer to the people of Lincoln County He please both In work and price Write to him 1F11 t++ If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial 1tIf11 444ttf +1NNi1Hi- e B8 e s LeXInGTOn DGIJWRftt fa the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It especially devoted to the interests tbe Democratic party and gives alt the news without fear or favor We P Walton Editor 5 Pror a Lexington Ky t R Hughes Secretary f Treasurer Central Kentucky teal Estate Exdunije TITLE CO Stanford Ky No IRoue lad lot ID BttnfordflT roomibill porch In the rear good nnlSD nod neighborhood ode to churches aid scnool wood lor small fam ily Pries IttO No anOUNlnd lot In Stanford lions eon sin he room uood stable and 6 scrrs of laud ell fenced tos of pnttlNt tultdts lots In town room enough la front for two other cottage or s 2 itorr front be built to the cutties and l nude a beautiful home WIU be old cheap ss tbs ownr mutt hats money No 4 Tostorr Mme dwelling 7 room hull snd vrsnda Good garden tenting and bauM In good repair Forulorrent Fries resjonsbls Nol2DwelUngpf rooms bill sod porch a1outbuildings lad pNen Ala larg ivory lore room 25x6Q tat lower room upplled- lth counter shelves etc Water la delllDllnd toreroom alto cistern and well on place Small tot back ohtore One mile from Hlanferd Ilulldlnn Igood repair and dwelling originally tat 1600 storsorer51200 WlI1 IOU for or wnsrsUlyNo mile of Crab Orchard It hous-erobarnwllo1springnardwelllag Farm In nigh late ot cultivation scree river bottom Isnd good fencing troll etc Price 3740 so acre No U100 urn ol land on Lancaster street Crab Orchard opposite Springs In rau no Im proTements large tack barn abundance ol lock water Irettlettbulldlng In town Trie IOW No aTo stock ot goods for isle For par ticular adilre Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex change t Title Co No iOFnn of lee acre situated near Kings rill Krj to acres In cultivation 39 In timberrea- tI good barns and olbe- tbulliingsroo4repair rjvelllngconiperstlve If new Is within yard of churchti cbool poste0c and 0 8 depot Property tiN plklnd county rood and is most dlrlble larm In tbatectlon Wa sell tbe whole farm lor 12 or la parcel of not Ins than acre to sultpurchater This U certatnljr cheap property No 37 Two lory room frame dwelling In SUnforJKri Large garden sod turn lot This II one of tbe most daalrsbl house In town Pile reasonable No 20 Twotorr house 1 rooms hallveranda acre splendid land sdjolnlngju btsntord 1rop srtr In good water snd bte la tiuuH ell tern st lJeaulltlll boms Irlcal1000INo 21 Dwelling of4 rooms with 20 sere land la Morelsnd Uood bam and neceaaaiy outbuild ing Pricce870OttrNo SJ Sttacresof laud In Rockcsttl for Ill or exchange Us all necessary Improvements well watered ole Will U sold st a bargain SNo U Ninety acres of land near Wavnetbnrg r3Oacreeln timber dwelling sod fencUg In Calr coadnlon ontoutth mile oa pike watered bIsever falling Spring 1rlco f6W No 69 Twostar T frame dwelling of ilx roomI two halls vtrsnds lo welt st door sad all otner aaa ty outbuUdlngs Also large Dlsckmltk sbedilnll length of shop sad 10 speaJOa property will be sold at a very low pries tens First National Bank or Stanford Capital Stock 50000e This Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of In then reor as the National flank of Stanford 1885 and again reorllaahed uthe First National Daik of Stanford IB 1882 having bad practically fcn nnlnter a rupted existence for 43yurs It Is better supplied now with tacllltiel for transact Inebmlnoss promptly and than over before In 1U long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited I Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley 9 U shank W O Walker Oeo W Carter Ky In well Successors to The Farmers Bank A Treat Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will mutually beneficial I OfflcerstlJJ 8 Preit 1 J fWDireotorsjF Dinrllle S T Harris Stanford J8 Hooker Stanford W P Walton Lenlnfiton A L Tanner MuKlnne M D Elmore Stanford a U Stanford T P Hal Stanford Jaa Robinson I II Stanford W P Stanford LINCOLN ICAPITAL Officers 8 H SHANKS rretldent J B OVY8LKYCahl W M BRIGHT AMt Cashier ZV251rThis Winter From 15 to 25 can bo saved each Winter by using Coles Original it Blast Stove + This wonderful stove burns tho half soft conlwhich is wasted up tho chimnoy with other stoves Makes 2 soft coal equal to il hard coalVCll heat day and night and perfect cleanliness hire novcr out Perfect results also with iu cool 01 wood HigginsMKinneySTANFORD KENTUCKY W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPERBest Ready Mixed PAINT for Purpose Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings ndds 10 cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an of prosperity ahd comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints these days go ther nod lost longer than before Mastic Mixed PaintIs tho paint to use In applying it you willllearn that it covers more than other paints but you must wait five years to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store CHRISTMAS CAKES d W Zi Son and Fancy Horse Shotrs Wut Main Street Stanford A L PRICE Ky OftMvrar UoBobtrU1 Stan It Oftoj 1Ia1141q HOOKER Reid Bauehman Rubble Ilaughman Tato gUM of rd any per air far ever surface about DrtIc StllnfordII Tbe flneat quality poulble snow while and rich impossible to make them without J K M Flour I alto have fresh Currant fReadies Raisins la fact everything In ant class Qrocerlu Dont forget the J E At Flour U ht the nest thing that kill and fr aodiJ Cook and get prices It will pay you J W PERRIN The Grocer 1Wallace Siaolumiths Kentucky jDelilt Umford TURKEYS I Northcott Thomas are ready to receive Turkey Will pay 10 cents per pound Christmas Is Coming I taYooemltealto enlarged our stock of General Mer cbaadUa Satlafacllon Guaranteed E E RELSAY BON YoaealW ItlI