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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11 VOL XXX1T STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1904 3 P M NO60 I I MR S M OffKN S Tasted lo politic eampftiffo work and democratic party nrctnzttlna weighed IB oflliial tulance and not tOiled waoUnir Mr a M Owo li n candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county ubcBlUtag bit claim to uy aoUoa that may be taken by tbe dewwtatlaf party nwit born to Wayne omciy Keomekv Ooteber 10 JHJ7 and ii of Kngllta descent having a worthy aid ralniot aoeettry Qa nurrUJ Mitt Augusta Dlbb a elfurrf ao4 aocompllth ell lady of Httbtnond Vs Ht bat been exteotlvely engaged Ii fasting and trading and bee a largo aeoaato tnoee being very popular He was educated at Bditoovllte Academy and befog a strong advocate of fraternity lie U lo Rood Handle at a member of the Maiooi I 00 F K 0 T M K P and tbe ned Men tinfoil gone 4 through Ryan Commaadery No 17 Danville Kentucky lo religious faith and praotloc he li a member of the Preibyierlao church He was always a true democrat lad ai an orfranlaer and ID the most important party work be has DO luperlor Oil precinct ail hands off 100 republican but br ruing his tactic be earrlei It from 01 to 116 democratic It li claim ed that bli long tervloe by wbleb be bat 10 often aided lo leading tbe party to victory justly entitle him to tbe oadortemeat and support of that party lo tbe race for the nomination for ber IliAootberotalm which U a very po tent one lie In the tact that be bit made a faithful public servant and has fully manifested his eompeteoey to dlt poe of the dutle of tbe office In a manner altogether tattifaotory to tbe public Among tbe ralsltlertal oMce that of sheriff la likely the moat Im pertaot as It deal directlywith tbe Nntnolal Interests of the people In tbe oollftctloa of revenue aod lo many seta which are neocsary lo eootarvlog tbe peace And good order ot a community In seeking ao incumbent for thus office at In every other department of life I experience It at a premium The ex tpcrlonced clerk li In demand cod tbe drilled soldier It tent oo a htnrdoua expedition Applying tbe same rule In Ibis cue wo find that tbe subject o this ketcb bat evinced hit fitness and ability for discharging olUelal dude by serving two tcrajt at alter ot Lin coin county beginning In 18S2 and afterward one term at Iberia Bit en tire official career wat mot brilliant and blftbly acceptable There b been many exprctloo of tatltfacttOD by tbo court In which he terved and by other In a position to know best a bit career Hit friends point wltb pride to hit jmbllc record bit Rood judgment his courage bit honesty and hit ability and claim that there It no better equip pod mao in the county for the oliloe of sheriff Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlains Cough Remedy have told Chamberlains Cough Rem IIfor more than 20 years and it has giv entire satisfaction I have cold a pileI of It and can recommend It highly I Joseph McElhlnoy Union Iowa You I reel will find tblt remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always I II affords quick relief and It pleasant to I take For tale by all Druggists Ono of the moat remarkable pereon ages In Penntylvanla la Aoraham B Myera With only stumpt of arms her writes a very legible band holding tbe armia tbo trigger by meant a e end of which be grip table teeth He plays pool and billiard and even rides bor Than a Plaster funnel dampened with 1BetterPain Balm and bound on it better than a plante- for a and for paint in the ald or cheat Vain helm has no superior as liniment for the jollef of deep tested muecu ar and rheumatic pilrs For tae by all Druggists 7 A MitJttil3rUA1F3I- osessed of many excellent trail of character belair ulTdblo aid having a legion of trfeee Mr J O Uaye It a candidate for jiler of Lincoln county tuboilulog to toe action of the demo orattp party IU wat bore la Reokoat tlt atmuiy February 16 1M He In of B KMt6 aid Irlth descent and is rotated to many dlttlagaUhetf ancestors In 1S7S us was married to Mitt Serene Hatty a daughter of Alfred Haley He It the father of seven Oot four of whom are voting tbe democratic ticket aod tbe other three will do likewise when they arrive at an age to be legal voters Tblt looreate In tbe ranks of the party It conttderable and may be tuittolent In aoloio campaign to Insure democratic victory If a few more amlllct could recruit the ranks at Mr Hayes hat tbe party would win to every campaign and such ao increase should be duly considered and recog nised He moved to Lincoln county In 187S sod be la fully identified wltb the Inv tcrettt of tbe people lad shares tbelr adversity and tbelr prosperity He It a successful farmer and trader famll tar wltb business principles and methods anti equal to any emergency that may arias Be It In fellowship with the Masons a strict member of tbe Christian eborcb lad ao advocate of every Institution that has lo view the mental and moral Improvement ot man lad the promotion of the general wel fare Dele thus interested In the publlo good It goes without saying that be would mike ao etllolent officer and guard welt the prisoner and the public buildings entrusted to hit care- D has always boon a democrat aad he has frwly and liberally given his time and labor to aid In carrying the bauer of Ibe paru to victory It foi tows that he hal claim oa the ptrty which are worthy of consideration and should not be Ignored HI moral are good and his habits regular and nytiematfe raiuitloir from great flraoett of bbarlcter Liberal to his views end charitable lu bit oplo lone he aatotalo hit convictions free from any trmolaooe of egotism or In dulgence lo tbe fanciful end visionary sad It reeded to the public service If afmodel oftloer and discharge the duties of Jailer In an acceptable manner and hit prospects are reported to be quite flattering PREACHERSVILLE afterna wtekt KathtMrs J F Payne returned to tbo God who gave It She was nearly two year old nod a very bright child D M Aodarion told to K Garrard mao a pair of mules for tiSfl and pur chased a pair of J M Creed for 1bO John Adams of Oarrard was born re ceiving a lot of young mules J M Creed bought of B T LunatordlOO barrels of core and M of liugh Soar eat at tS delivered Mr and Mr Jamt Curtis of Mad lion have been visiting her father H V Lunsford Mr J Uoliaolaw ol Missouri baa been vltlilog hit broth ere Bon and Frank HoUsolaw John W Rlgany of Illlnola was with his brother D J Illgtby at Cedar Creek and titter Mr B F Luntford at this place Two of the belt laws on the statute books are those Introduced by Hon J M Alverton and enacted by the last Legislature The vagrancy law If en forced will do much toward breaking up tbe motley crowds that Infect pub lic places and by tbelr profane utter ance obscene lan uagu and exhalation of vile tobacco smoke have made It well nigh Impoulblo for ladles to come to town or go to tbe depot without annoyance Hit law making It a penalty to flourish a pistol on the cars will make traveling teem more info and especiallyenow onathe corner and let him crack rock catchy the gun toter and confiscate big pl tat r MK W A t IluN Tbl very popuior and altogether worthy gentleman I a candidate for bt lessor of Ltoovlo county abidingthe action of tbe deoiouratlo party Be was born Dee 23rd 1834 his ancestors having coma from Virginia Be has a host of rlends bad an extentlve and distinguished relationship several of them having titled Important places of public trust and acquitted themselves with tbe approval of tbe public He has been a tuooeaaful merchant and bit business relations have beeo such ae to give him an accurate conception of tbe value of property without which It would be impossible to dltabarge tbe duties of the office which be seek at tbe tuccciiful administration of gov eromeot depends largely upon tbework of the assessor In listing property to that tbe reveoue derived therefrom will be aufflcieot to meet public expend ituret lo 1800 be married Mitt Nellie Yanttt a mot lovable and excellent lady they having been blessed with four children Be was educated at Crab Orchard Seminary and being In favor of all Institutions that elevate and env tighten mankind be It in fellowship with tbe Masons 1 0 0 F K P K 0 T M aou Red Men ID all of which be It prominent and hat held high of floes In religious faith be la a mem tboullbIHe hat always been a democrat and a faithful worker In tbe Interest of tbe party being a member of the county committee for 13 year during which time his advlwe was sought and be la bored for tbe suedes of tbe party and it It not only continent with juitlee but it would be In keeping with well ettab Itched ca+ tums lo all the affaire of life to reward him for bll excellent service Hit ability and competency were recognized by bla appointment at poet mater at Crab Orchard during Clove lands last term and It was the verdict of tbe public that there was oo better or more efficient officer Being a type of noble manhood sober moral die creet and void of guile be modestly aska the support of bis fellow citizens In to curing his election to the office which he seeks Hit whole life demonstrates tbe fact that he la fully qualified to execute the tbe trust and his excellent character with bit deep Interest In every enterprise having In ylew tbe general welfare proves that be deserves recogni tion file friends claim that Just such men are needed In public and official positions of tbe county aod that when tbe public realizes this fact his nomi nation and election will surely follow The faithful In every vocation of life are always promotod for efficient sere vloe and this subject It one of that olasa MATRIMONIAL Rev John L Goabey and Mr Mollie Batttn both of Casey were married Wednesday Col William F Cody better known at Buffalo Bill has withdrawn bit suit against Mre Cody for divorce Tbe date of the marriage of Mice Christina Bradley and Dr John South of Frankfort bat been let for Novem ber 2 D M Flournoy of Paducab was granted a divorce from Laura Flour coy daughter of the Rev Sam Jones tbe evangelist- M S Russell and Mlta Minnie Frost joloedbeart4011 a welltodo farmer and hIs bride la said to be both pretty and popular Miss Janle Daweoo formerly of this county but now of Lexington and a daughter of Mr Frank Dawson of near Bubble was married a few days since to Brown Anaeraoo ot Nfcholatvllle- MU Nettle Butchlnt formerly of thla city and LucIen M Lewis of OralblIIn extending hearty congratulations Both Mr and Mrs Lewis will remain In the employ of Uncle Sam as teach era at Keami Can von Ariz Sank Wisconsin County News Mr Lewis son of Dr T M Lowln of this 1placA and Is a splendid young roan ills many friends here extend hearty congratulations MR R L BT BULK The farming element of our popula tion constitutes tbe bests and tbe sup port of society and government It it lo fact tbe source of all wealth for we cannot conceive of any character ot proporty tbat did not come directly or Indirectly from the earth either at an agricultural a timber or a mineral product In the rural districts tbe farmer heart tbe burden of taxation and In every successful farmer there It found a high degree of Intelligence and a keen tense of right and Juttloe In view of these facts there la a growing sentiment In favor of giving this large class more frequent representation in tbe halls of legislation Tbete prom ises being duly considered Mr R L Hubble who belongs to and la a prom bent representative of that class It a candidate for tbe office of State Sena tor in this district consisting of tbe counties of Lincoln Garrard Boyle and Casey He was born Jan 10 1882 his ances tors having come from Virginia a large and Influential relationship now being la this and adjoining counties His wife was Mitt Sillle Logan a refined and cultured lady belonging to one of tbe best families In tbe county one too and one daughter being born to bless their home Ole experience at a far mer and trader has given him A koowl edge of the relations existing between that and other classes lad tbe legisla tion required to protect tbe rights and Interests of each Believing In Ira terolty he la a member of tbe 100- F and the K P lodges and a member of the Christian church His fidelity to the demoorrtlo party has been frequently manifested by tbe part be has taken In maoy heated cam paigns by contributing funds and aiding In organizing tbe party and bringing out tbe vote He made the fight before tbe SenatorIal committee at Danville which resulted In giving Lie cola county the right to name tbe Sen ator for tbe ensuing term Bltzealout efforts in behalf of tbe party when the lamented Goebel was a candidate rev sulted In the finding of ao indictment against him and two others on tbe charge of violating the election laws they being taken before a Federal court which dismissed tho indictment Be has served as election commissioner for Lincoln county and filled other places of trust Bo was a member ot the democratic county committee for four years and no man did moro for tbe success of tbe party In fact to him It due A great deal of tbe credit of bring ing Lincoln county out of the tlougb of republicanism This cursory sketch ot his public and private life proves tbat be Is worthy and capable and that the party should reward him for his excellent service Individual succeta has generally been tbe standard by which a mans ability to discharge the duties of a public trust It measured and when thIs test la ap plied to Mr Hubble he meets all the requirements having been very sue cesrful In every enterprise Being very intelligent having firm ness of character and a broad exper fence hIs friends claim that be Is the entry tbat should win tho nomination and tbat If he dues bo will defeat any opposition Inthe float election Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken is too largo or the quality too rich sour stomach ia likely to follow and especially so If the digestion has been weakened by constipation Rat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate tho food thoroughly Let five hours between meals and when you feel elapEoI ness and weight in the region of tho ach after etlngtke Chain berlaioeStom achy and Liver Tablets and the sour atom ach may bo avoided For talc by all Druggists MR A A WAIIHKN formerly a post toaster at Stanford where ho was amor chant also for many ycareU In the city having joined tbo noble army of drum mere He Is introducing a ecao Inven Lion by Dr R A Jones of Stanford which la at wonderful as it la excellent Le JcDi mocrat Watch For The Grand Opening Ol our store 11 e wish to announce to the people of Stanford and Lincoln county that SATURDAY SEPT 24 Our store will bo open for business with a new and up to date stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoos hats and Caps Ladies Skirts Cloaks and Jackets and a complete lino of Ladies and Gonts Furnishing Goods Etc Etc We extend our invitation to the people of Stanford and surrounding country to visit our store and examine our stock and prices which we hope will bo hr ferC ting as yell a important to yourself and to us Our motto is To Give You the Best Goods For the Least Mogey We have made special efforts to have extraordinary bargains on that day Throughour square way of doing business we hope the people of Stanford and surrounding country when once they see our prices will always come and patronize us We hope that eachand every one will come and see the BARGAINS we are offering Thanking you in advance Sam Robinson Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank Stanford = = Kentucky FALL SUITS 1 Your Fall Suit is here ready for you to put right on and wear Cut in the now fashion uptodate colors and tailored by hunt No need to risk having a tailor make your clothes when you ran buy them roadyto wear with all these good points W tb I T 0 MILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority of the supo rior Drill there are more of them in use in this county than all the others together Nothing iu ferior is imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Dtso Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGG1NS STANFORD KY 1UE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E c WALTON DURING tbo past week the editor ot thle paper has had the privilege ol vie lllng his only sister near Richmond Va Wblle It was a treat for him to be with her who has been both mother and sister to him the wad thought ot her recent lou a son marred to DO little extent the usual pleasure this vii it affords The Old Dominion looked prosperous and her people seemed con tented and happy Crops are pooa and prices ore high hence the farmer Is In splendid spirits The merchant and mechanic the professional mao end the oVI1dcnceefine the grand old mother of States and statesmen Is just ae rood and Rood looking as ebe used to be and berfolke like they have ever been are the best that ever the sun shone on The trip was made over the old reliable Chesa peake L Ohio which has veritable moving palaces fur trains and whose route Is beautiful and plotureeque beyond the ability of this pen todescrlbe WilATS tbe matter with genial Ed Walton Be seems to have a crouch against Somerset Journal Nothing earthly the matter He loves Somerset almost ae well ae Bier Campbell doee but his eyesight Is unimpaired and be can readily eee that tbe capital of Pulaskl Is not the only town on tbe map Editor Campbell should buy a pair of spectacles and take a trip over tbe country THE New York democratic conven tion adjourned at Saratogar after nomi nating by unanimous action a State ticket headed by Juetlce D Cady Her rick of Albany for governor Justice Herrick was agreed upon as a compromise candidate and the convention was harmonious throughout It seems to be a foregone oncluslon that tbe Empire State will go democratic this fall So mote it be JAMES M RICHARDSON was nomina ted for Congress In the Third district by tbe democratic convention alScotts vllle Three cheers for the gallant knight of the tripod We hope he will be elected by tbe big majority he richly deserves TUE Lexington Democrat Is four years old today It is also the best democratic dally published In Ken tucky What better could be said about It NEWS NOTES i Three Argentine Generals have died recently Fire at Montreal destroyed property worth 750000 Unseasonably cold weather Is report ed from New York and Philadelphia Mrs Eugenia Q Young relict of Dr John C Young U dead In Louisville Indications are that tbe Western crop will be harvested before the kill log frosts begin Panlel G Reid ot Richmond lad wliTbe a candidate JOr V s Senator to succeed Fairbanks i Will Deeba colored charged with murder committed suicide with co carne In the jail at Carlisle Charles E Bliss formerly of Peru Ind staked his life on a game of cards at Sedalla Mo Be lost and commit ted suicide Albert Prather arrested at Lexing ton confessed to tbo killing of Edward Weleh In Cincinnati In April 1003 He claims selfdefecse Miss Belle Summeryllle Bcrrlt a young school teacher of Columbus 0 committed suicide by swallowing car bolic acid on the street Dissatisfied with John Alexander Dowlea assumption of new dignities 35 persons left Zion City for their former homes In Washington and Oregon Congressman Bopkins has accepted the challenge of BUkey the republi can candidate for Congress In tbe 10th district for a joint dlecuaalon over the districtThe campaign textbook la completed and will be Issued shortly It makes a volume of 314 pages and discusses tbe Issuea of both the demo cratlo and republican parties Bill Brltton who was Indicted at Lexington for the murder or James Cockrell was arrestad near Jackson Tbe fatal wound was received In Brotbltt but Cockrell died In a Lex ington hospital With every prospect before him for escaping death on the gallows James Webb under death sentence at Philadelphia refused to sign pipers neces sary to his reprieve and declared he was ready to die An electric car from Boston to Mel rose Mass was blown to pieces near tbe latter place It Is believed by a heavy box of dynamite on the tracks Nine persons were killed and between 20 and 30 Injured During bn electrical storm at Port Arthur Texas lightning struck an oil tank on which six men were at work helling the roof The oil Ignited Ned In the explosion which followed five ot the workmen were Instantly killed and the other fatally injarcd t CHURCH MATTERS Bids K T Williams and J Q Mont gomery closed a meeting at Bradford vllle with eight additions There will be preaching at the Chris tian church by the pastor Rev J W Hagln at tbe usual hour Sunday morn lag The song service will be In charge of Mr J Walter Wilson the well known singer The Rev Dr Arthur S Lloyd sec retary of the Eplecopal Board of General Missions New York City was elected bishop of Kentucky by tbe dlI ocesan council On the 15th ballot the name of Dr W T Manning of New York was withdrawn and the 10th gave Dr Lloyd tbe required majorltr Dr Frederick W Blnltt president of Central University Danville will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and at the union ser vices which will be beldat that church Sunday night Dr Htnltt Is a tine preacher and our people should avail themselves of this opportunity to hear himThe protracted meeting conducted by Rev Joe Hopper at the Prosbyto clan church came to a close Monday night The Christian people of the town were greatly benefitted by the sermons of Uncle Joe while the Interest he awakened among tbe mem bers of the church will result In great good Lancaster Record The dlstrlit meeting ot tho Wo mans Foreign Missionary Society will convene at the Methodist church here Oct 4 and 5 A cordial invitation Is extended to everyone especially to tbe missionary societies of other churches Dr Margaret Polk of China and Mrs Forsythe of Paris will be here during the meeting which promises to be a splendid one Mrs Adella Woods cor responding secretary The State Missionary and Sunday School Convention of tbe Christian church held at Winchester this week was a success In every particular There were 600 or 600 delegates and the reports received showed that great work had been done during the year Tbe Christian churches of Kentucky raised 173000 for missionary purposes Rev J W Bagln who was delegate tells us that ho was splendidly taken care of by the hospitable people of Winchester HIGHLANDa Mr H P Young has been quite III for some days Corn cutting and sorghum making are now In full blast Our saw mills are having to haul wa ter to run their mills T W Hutchison has sold bis home farm of 80 acres to J M Adklns for 11100 Messrs H Helm and W S Burcb were here yesterday measuring rook for the pike Mr J S Young has had a new blacksmith shop built and J R Car nor will run It School will be closed In the Georgetown district for two weeks on account of the teacher Miss Laura Dye at tending tbe Worlds Fair A letter received this week by B P Young from Nebraska tells of the death of his sonin law C W Baker of con uraptlQn This pike the seventh loath by tba tame dUeaee In this fami ly In the past two years Miss Nannie Taylor has been visit Iqg friends here for some days Mist Cora Cash of Harrlman Tenn has been the guest of Miss Ottle Faulkner Victor Young of Pulaski visited his uncle A B Young Willie Reynolds of Crab Orchard spent Sunday with Smith Faulkner POLITICAL Cincinnati lawyers are preparing to organize a Parker Constitutional Club Colorado democrats have nominated Alva A Adams of Pueblo for govern or It Is the third tlmo Mr Adams has been nominated by his party for gov ernorJohn McLane was nominated for Governor by tbe republicans of New Hamp shire in a convention which lasted lets than two hours New Jersey republl cans nominated E C Stokes for Governor The democratic committee of the 12th Senatorial district has been called to meet In Frankfort Monday for the purpose of determining tbe manner mod time of choosing a democratic nominee for State Senator The coun ties composing this district are Mercer Franklin and Anderson There are three candidates Messrs Jack Cblnn Eb Magofllo and Sam C Black ADDITIONAL LOCAL OUR foot ball team was to play Lancaster this afternoon but just as they were starting a telephone message say Lag dont come was received TO MR JOUN BnujHT Is wearing watch ho has carried constantly for 55 years Hie father who wore it 10 years left Ito him It Is a fine timepiece and be would not take a small fortune for It a MR W H TRAYLOR toile us that his distillery will start up about Oct 1 and run for eight or nine months He has recently sold 2000 barrels of whisky to the Edgewood Distilling Co of Cincinnati W IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Lualnda Biggins aged 83 Is dead In Casey Joseph M Bigger a wealthy citizen of Lebanon Is dead A Harrodsburg Negro had his lower lip bitten off In a fight Mrs Lou Y Cowherd aged 88 was found dead lu bed at Lebanon J A GOOD EN has been appointed postmaster at Purdy Adair county Mrs C R Payne Is dead at Colum bra She was a sister of Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston Thomas Wheat of Perryvllle was soot to jail at Dauvllle for refusing to answer questions before tbe grand juryEvan Maban a prosperous farmer of Whitley was found dead In the road where be bad fallen from his horse Heart failure Is tbe supposed cause Will Van Dalscn was arrested In New Albany and was brought to Louie vllle where be confessed In every bloody detail toe murder of Mrs Pan nlo Porter Matthew Adams aged SO years and a son of Alexander Adam a proml Dent and well to do farmer ot Bethel Rldjre Casey county died suddenly of heart failure- J W fiutcheson who has been the cashier of the Farmers Bank of Salvl sa has resigned and will probably co to Somerset to taKe a similar position with a bank at that place M O Coomer a Wayne county stock trader arrived In Danville and told pitiful story ot bow be had been robbed of something over 8600 at tbe Lexington depot just before boarding the train for home Advocate THE Lincoln County Medical Society will meet In Dr J F Peyton1 office hero this Friday evening at 7 oclook j Dr Cook will open the discussion on Etiology diagnosis and symptomatol ogy of Typhoid Fever and Dr Brown will deal with the treatment Two or more volunteer papers have been prom ised BEAR In mind that Mr J Walter Wilson will give three delightful en tertainments at Waltons Opera House Monday Tuesday and Weanesday eve nings For Sale and Rent I On account of Illhealth T will lUll term log and desire to tell all of my stock cOD THUHSDAV OCT 6 1MI Ten milk cows and calves 3 brood mares some No1 mule colts a lot of hogs tome goodbuckthing goes Household and kitchen feral ture Farm situated on Stanford fusion Tllle MurphysMKi PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction at ray reel denee three mass South of UuitODTllle ou the HuitonTlllo 0 Liberty pike on FRIDAY SEPT M 1WI The following property consisting of hors es nettle hogs araloglmplemente house hold end kitchen tlunUre Terms made known on day of sale at 10 A M sharp OEO W1tlPPlSitilustonvllle Ky I Nice Home For Sale I I H lib to soil privately tbe spondld real dence on Logan Slanfurd which he 4 Just been completed Has four largo roomswlde hull good dining room and bath room Building is a twostory one ono Is modern In every particular jail at J Il- lPhllllpstoseeproperty D IUCIIHMAM R A JONES DENTZNT StanfordKy Offle In Myers Home 1nrlor Phone 91 B fly CARTERSuccessor to truce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOIID KY Special mention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is oliciied Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connoctlon BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy butt noes 1 will sell for the next St days at cost for cash a car load of lluggle Surreys Ihttlons end Hucktxvml also a lot of HarneM They are all the latest style and best make of tlie vehicle are rub ber Urod Dome to ewe me and get a bar gala at ooee before they are all gone OUKTI9 C10VEII Grab Orchard Ky THE Joseph Price infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dtieatet and for con sultation Board cud nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendered and must tv paid prom- ptlyJTIwau saloon COOD Ie RICE Prors Kin cut wines whisky and beers 9 1 wholesale dealers Lexingtons flaws Blue Oral Beer Case keg end bottled 0 Brent South wood mixer Phone SB Staf ford Ky Ea D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I IlIulDIt been in tho Tailoring business I feel confident in saying I represent one of tbo beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and ulrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are tile same M Inex icrlonced men who ate In the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other aultlngfi I will cut and make II you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for put favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor WINTER SflOKING stets dtsessy Wu have trio most complete lino of Pipe over handled byice Ucnuino Meoralmum with Arofior mouthpiece 85 anti 80 Fronoh Briar in eases with Amber monthpiece curved and straight from 8175 to 8825 Cheap pipes in oases 00 and 75c Miscellaneous Pipes from 5 to 50c Also choice line of smok ing tobacco PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford GOllingII Zero Weather In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont roust your shins and freeze your buck this Winter but let me nr stall a warm Air Furnace that will keep your rooms comfortable the fame temperature all over and use 50 per rent less fuel Roofing Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing Phono 110 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky TO Till FARMERS I This is the proper season to put up WOVEN WIRE FENCE We sell THE AMERICAN the best made Call and see us before buying your fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky Grand Leader t 4 As a special inducement to start Fall trading wo oflbr tltei heat brands of Calloo all 6e a yard Heavy unbleached cob tin yflrd tilde Ic n yard Good heavy shirting at 5c tv yard Jlona overt day shoes solid St pair Iadlw 8J W shoos 81 jinn jflhi honvy and well inauV IMMS pasta l to a pair Moils tints regular 81M mill Sl good 1 8c melt Good heavy outing 8c a yard all eohns We are receiving tally new Full roods in the dnw good staple hosiery sloes mid clothing departments ra THE GRAND LEADER OWBIBY IUOTK WATTH oril AIM M B Logy 8 Co S B L- evyBargain Storo 1 Is Now Open tt With a dill line of Clothing Dry Goats Drew Qowfc Notions Shies Hie Good sold cheaper than you ever heard of them In many etwe po aI1 name the pried awl ink UM goods Cull sad as what we have got Our punts will airpriee you S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY DR E H MURRAY OPIITIIALMOLOG1STuse of the eyes Correct all defects or retraction with perfcet jultid glmwe anti guarantee aathfho don provided you fhUow itMtmetion tr refund tho moony win boat St Asaph Hotel Sat Sep 24 Dr E McMurray j htlialii1Ki t HIIII llllih Muna N MVlainrdlauvill Ky The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the best material rand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper I WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky C R McCormack Fine Staple Dealer and inIHardwareTinware Ii Fresh meats and est Market Price for Country Pro f duce It CaR McCormack Hustonville r Pi t L w Al ic we hae wurrd one tiiire tot 01 hose heed buttons at ic per tIM 101 lively not more tban 0 dot to a cottoraer At to cents 300 dosed Ocean 1earJ Knob Buttons in three shet that usually sell at 15 20 and ajc doyen as long as they last at 100 per deien S Cents for Chiffon Cellar Foundation usually sold at 10 sent We also have anew fancy velvet for covering tame at 1o cents a yard 25 Cents Os Dlack Corset the kind that sell at SOC only ace We will have no more of these after this lot is gone 15 Cents buys a girls nice school cap We bought a sample line of is to SOt goods Your choice for ijc h h ah hE e ea e a pr Vii5 5 eq SEVERAI CE SON TANFOR2D ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 0 BrANFOKD KY rcpt 2 If 1110 DO not suffer with tbe hondaoho when a few doses of lenoy Qeadaobe Cure will elvo you relief There tablet are tate reliable and are toM to live and lOo p okaees Penny Dru Store PERSONALS CLAY ncrLKY u in Paris BoitN to the wife of A D parsons eonMIBB MARY HONDLBY Is In Louie vine Miss SALUB DOUDBRAR is In Loult J Tllle Mil F J OONN ol Oarrarfl was her e Thursday MR W Q TRAY LOR WM la Louis Tlllo this week DR T J BoilON the sage of Kldd s Store U here today MKSSRS T n AND J IL SIIANKI are at the World Fair Miss AMANDA STONE of Liberty I 1 with Mrs M O Saufley C Miss OAiiniESAUNDBRSof Oarrard U with Mrs S 0 Aldrldge MR K O MOORE of Casey II will bus sister Mrs Ba Wllkln en MRS NANNIE OWBJM of Waiblntr o ton City U with Mrs L B Cook JB86E P COOK of Loxlnctoo wal here with the bomefolk Wednesday Mns P M McflonBRT8 spent layer- ii days with the homefollci ai Arcadia Miss MAYMERAMSRYof Paint Lick U with her sister Mrs Jnn Bright Jr U C SACPLBYt of Klohmood bore with his mother He has been quite tlekMISS LISA KnSStHW ol Princeton 14 It with her titter Mrs M O William Mies BLANOHB VAVDKTWHI went Ui Cincinnati Thursday to boy milli Lets goods Mite MARY D KHNNWT of Stan o ford Ie the guest of the MUMS Itead AdvocateJOB Is out again Cleveland MeOuIre la olerklojr at Joba Brlchtt In his place MR H J MCRODnRTB lpetlt Wed neiday and Thursday la Ctnolnoail buying goods MRS MARY KAY isuatt of Louis lana Is visiting Miss Black Ulven In the Writ Knd- M w issue ELEANOR LILLIAN AND Lt CY RIKRR of CovltJRlon are with Mill Georgia Lewi MISSES MADCIB ANII Rosa oAOILPY lettTueiday for Southern Tennessee to attend school Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDBRS le bas from a protracted visit to London rola tive and friends MRS JAMHS P HOLUAH and guest Mu Ellen Buetl of Ohtoago wore bero Wednesday J0 ENOL IAN the jeweler baa gone to Part to take a poilllon with A J Winters A Co- MissKATiR MRRSHOK of Somerset ii with her titters Mori KB at J R Beasley and A O Hill J C BAILEY and children ere JIMnsLouis vltltlnf her brothers and attending the Worlds Fair MISSBS DAISY OIHHONS of Rloe Title Tcnn and Lillie Moore of Lib erty are with Mrs Ed Wilkinson MR R RoniNSpw of Somerset laj hero assisting hU brother S Robin eon In his now store In this building r BAILER HOLTXCLAW an extensive prgrain and coal dealer of Crab Orchard was last Thursday London Dem v ocratMR T C WILLIS wife and little Nanoy of Ntobolatvllle and Mrs J B Orchard Springs wore WednesdayIII Watts and Mill o vlllo and Miss Moule Tribble of this county are at the Worlds Fair MRS BBTTIB CALINVBLL who hat boon with Woynctburc relatives for some week returned home Wednesday Mr 00 Cflldwel brought her over MR C F W PALMER and wife of Lo Angeles Cal are hero the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Duddorar Mr Palmer left this section 43 yean ago and has prospered in the West 4 MR HUOHES ALDRIDCJE wife and- shl baby of Stanford wore guests of Mr 1 Raymond Hatelden and wife Mrs W t W Raps of Stanford has been visit iBgher sister Mrs W 8 Beizley Central Record r i w te tin old adage but a valuable one Start Right We waut to help you start your Fall purchases right and show you the right place to buy by ofibriuB some EXCEEDINGLY TEMPTING BARGAINS The price hers are not ovary day price but special introduction prices We want you to some in and Jet us introduce to yju our immense new Fall stock of Shoos Dry Goods Underwear Blankets Ac This sale begins Mils A D PARSONS It very ill MR LKWIS COOK has another boy his home at Maywood MASTRR JOHN D POSTHR Jn a 1lase been very 111 It rapidly aonvates- lag MRS O M TilOMPSOH of Payette U with her father Mr T M Pennlng WoDAltlt to UniversityL at Baltimore He will study medicine Miss KATIR BASTIN left last Frida for Paris where the will attend Soho 11 DemlooratMR AND MRS HOLDAM STUART now of Pllltburg will go to California to live about Oet 1 Mn Stuart wat Mlft Mamie DeBord JUDOKMO SAtYLEY of Stanford attended the examining trial Tuetday Mrs Anna Uoltaolaw of Stanford wal a gases at tbe Exchange Hotel Catey Now s MR W R DlLLtON of London wal on yesterdays train returning from Somerset delighted that Edwards rea salved the ecrtlflcate of nomination 1 the lltb LOCALS STAMIMN8 dose bv Mr Leslie Carter 1 TRAVELING wen saythe plane to rot an easy shave I A PULL line of beating stoves coal Gods vases etc at W H Hlgglnt WILL PHPIrihad ono of his legt broken between the knee and ankle b a horse kicking him MILLINERY OPJVINOSaturda- Sept p Sltb of street hats The ladle t of Stanford and vicinity are Invited to salt Oleo W Drown SHORTHAND AND BOOKKBBIINO Taught thoroughly by mall Teacher MB Uoreate their earning capaoliy by taking a scene For Information wrlie J W Davit 427 Madison Avenue lOovlBgion Ky 4t ART CLASS At1 ie Charlotte War rill who 1 1 a very superior artist ba e an Interesting class In the Graded School Some of her work In Pen av Drug Store attest ber ability as a handler of the brush KOTICB Thoie oMaere who served at the May primary 1008 are earnestly requested to return the keys to the ballot boxes and the election teals Dont tall to attend to this at once J P Boldam chairman EDWARDS WINS The district peekon a recount vote In the HunlerBdwardi contest gave the nomination to Edwards by aImajority of 810 votes the vote of Bel county having been thrown out TUB wife of Commonwealths Attar nay J N Sharp at Wllllamtburjr was granted a divorce on the grounds o cruel and Inhuman treatment She was given 13600 and 175 a month alimony Mrs Sharp U a daughter of Mr David Eubank of the Weat End of flat county TUB second eeotton offreight No 37 ran Into the first section just over Pax tons grade this morning The caboose was badly demolished and the euglne and one freight car wero considerably damaged The wrecker from Living tton Soon has tbe track clear Nobody walburtfATTKNTION TO COAL CONSUMERS Buy your coal from C R Coleman and tare 116 to 126 per car DelL New Dlafmond and Manchester block coal f o b oars Stanford Rowland and Maya wood Oc per bush Weight and qual U good foronlyedPhonee71rlaodays 2t RUSSELL Mr George W Russell who would have been 88 years old hadvhe lived until December died at LexlaRtoaTuesdavto the Uttenhelm section and Interred yesterday EIo was born In Llocoloucounty where he lived until a months ago when he moved to Lexlng tea with his daughter Mrs 0 E ICer bCrutcbfioldber of children Including Mr J Russell of this county survive himd and his wife who went before several year ago At Ono time Mr Russell larielaodpersonal property Ho was a splendid citizen a and good neighbor and the announcement of his death has carried sorrow wherever he was known A GOOD START I FRIDA Y MORNING SEPT 23 r set my line of lap robes J C Me- aL Clary u e atoW and beet selection of oot IBiooBBT H Muellers jewelry store OUARLBS BNSSUN at Oltenbelm Ii prepared to sax oat some bllli of lura bee on short notice e Corydsm tlllain E T Penile k Co 2t TUB ladles are Invited to call load tee a nice line of ready to wear and tailor made hate Misses Straub JONATHAN ELLIOTT for killing W Hatter near Poplar Hill Caiey county was held over to circuit court without ball JUST received a Ilnoof fresh elegant candle Alto fresh chewing gum six cake for heist Mrs Saundert novelty store 0Tun Junior Aid Society of the Chi lian church will have an exchange nl Mr J L Beazleyc furniture store to morrow Saturday 24th THBRK will be at least one entry in the Senatorial race Mr R L Hub leisle has already paid his entrance lee to Chairman Holdam SATUTDAY Sept 24 U the teat da for tiling claims against Lincoln county for the October term which begin Oat 4 Geo B Cooper county clerks MAYOR A B PLORBNCK hat bought out his partner In tbe oil drilling bust new Mr S P Gray and will run the business alone Mr Gray will look art tel isle store here and the one at Bar bourfllleeBUTTER U scarcerthen teelb la Stanford If you good boutewlve e have apound or so you can spare bring It to town and you can get your own price for It SeqiatUon will be ask i od about the age of It DR M Nunnelley aged 75 died at Winchester of paral pis Ho was ono of Clark county e staunchest citizens and a splendid phy stolen He was a brother of Messrs L B and P P Nunnellev and Mrs J T Harris of this place who attended his burial yesterday MR JOHN BRIGUT tells us that for some time he has been noticing chum nay swallows congregating In the South chimney of Mrs Emma Calmcte home on DanvlllA Avenue Ho estimates the number at far up Into the thousands gs r since Wednesday he hat not seen a sin one In hit end of town tetheTUB report water we are now using It from the lake at the wa lor works Is untrue Tho springs have anfany economy whatever Is practiced in the ueo of water By the way Manager Rout tells ui that be will be compelled to put on ametres M tome of his natrons dont quit wasting so much water for sprinkling d E H MURRAY the Opthalmologlet will be at the St Aeaph Hotel to morrow Saturday Sept 24 one day onlyI and oath Saturdav following for the next two months If you have paint In eyes or can not read with com or your vision blurt call on us while there By our new method of measuring all detects or errors of re fraction of the eyes wo remove the of cross eyes granulated lids nervous headaches eio Satisfaction guaranteed I OUR people will be glad lo know that Mr J Walter Wilson will be us again It will be remembered that be gave three delightful enter tainments at Walton Opera Rouse In October last and ho Is to repeat them IISociety the same as those charged last year lOo and adults 20o On Mon ay evening In His Steps will be given Tuesday evening Songs Poems wedaeedayjaevontn Christian church Go each evening sad while seeing a splendid program carried out help a good erase j WANTED white nurse for an Invalid Mrs Hugh Reid Stanford SEE tbe Wonder the original Hot Blast Stove at John Bright Jr Gos S H ALDKIDOB told his house at lot In Lancaster to A B Brown J for 11060 READ Sam Robinsons advertlseme- on our fourth page He will have h opening tomorrow Saturday Slo- r next door to Lincoln County Nation Bank IF you want gets 1sect by rural route phone us tell us or drop us a postal We are not supposed to know IIthe wishes of all of our thoutands of subscribers MRS WILLIAM HAMILTON who got a divorce from ber husband tome time ago was married In Lexington latnight to L E Pierce county book formerlylived MR J WALTER WILSON who gay e thrum deligntlul entertainments at Waiioos Opera House In October luet will present In His Steps attheHut tonvltle ChrltlUn church next Thurs day night and Ben Uur Friday night accompanied by moving pictures and songs WHILE taking Mr Len G Edelln to Hutlonvllle Tuesday Mr Bone Caters horses ran away down Centre bill They weut down the bill At a brldgse k speed A wheel broke at tbe turn was made but the horses continued to run Both Messrs Edeltn and Carter kept their seats and when the horses were gotten under control shag were none tbe worse from wear from thou Paul Revere ride save that they were a lit tie shaky and dus- tyProduce Wanted I eggshenbe convinced at 11 B Northcotts Stanford Ky SAWMILL COMPLETE FOR SALE I have a complete saw milt running now powerboUerHUI take small cub payment and balance I ttlll take In sawing J L JOHNSON Art- Klngavllle Ky FARM FOR RENT j Farm for one or more year 14 mile Milledge11l1econtaining 3 OS acres hail JAMHS onIATTENTION I I MIlS B V Logan of Hustonvllle has Iecured the agency with one of tbe leading houses In CUlcago and she will handle la dies readytowear salts wraps Ac She requests your patronage and ber full line of gods can be teen at her rooms n Main i street She wilt take your measure In her own peculiar style Call and examine her good H F HILLENMEYER C SONS Blue Grass Nurseries I Lexington Kentucky Offer for the Pall of 1901 a full stock of hair and ornamental trees grape Inca as paragui small fruits shrubs and every gludllnDeerlpUve PUBLIC SALE i lIyhomevillo pike on- THUU3UAY OOTOIIEU 0 1801 propertyAbouttwo yearoldi and threoyear oldi the re mainder cows calves and yearling heifers about toe hogs consisting nf largo hog sows and pigs 1 pedigreed Poland China boar Hereford bull t largo mare work 110dlloof other farnilug Implement between 4 see and a01 bales of bay Terms made known on Uy of sale W J QILLI8PIR Lowell Ky PUBLIC SALE Raving determined to change my bust nose I wilt on- 8ATUIIDAV OCTOBER IS 1001 Sell my farm of 310 sue of good bottom ChulIGrab Orchard and two mile North of slum Sulphur near tbe toad leading from Cra Orchard to Ilrodhead This Is a good tobac co term as It has been tried by a Virginia onItbe house Have also a lot of person horses cattle hogs crop of corn 3 of liny 1 two boree wagon Farming consisting of plow gear and agon harness 1 cook stove dressers acd jtosale Everybody Invited W T HOUR KyCol 10 Cents buys a boys or girls axa heavy gradeMothers25 Cents choice ofa lot of soc Chate lain 5 Cents for Childrens 250 Chatelalns 4 Cents We will offer in this sale i 000 yards of good fancy calicoes at only 40 You wont find these again this sea son for dresses and comforts 4 4 Cents We have all grades of apron ginghams but you cant afford to miss this one at i4c While you are taking advantage of this dollar swapping sale look at the new goods skirts dress goods waist goods percales ginghams armures bouretts galateas belts neckwear Juliet and lace collars bags hair pins combs yarns petticoats flafflDurU satol Our entire line of Embroideries from the heavy Cambric edge and insertion to the fine Dainty Nainsook and Swiss work will be of fered you this week at less than COST prices but we positively will not furnish you more of these goods at any future time at the SALE PRICE This is your opportunity Dont miss it or you will regret it when you learn how cheap they so- ldJohn P Jones iri Fall Styles in fashionable Clothing j IThe new things in fcluits nnd Over tints are now in and they are beauties Our coats are all so cut as to conform properly to the shape of the body and so padded nUll interlinedas to fill out whoro needed giving that trim finished appearance that charac teriQE only highclass custom work The tailor is not in business who can givo you u bettor fit than we can Suits 8 to 1750 Overcoats 5 to 520 Lot us eliow you our many new styJoa CUMniNS MCLARY CRITERION You know what it is Hardly a ousts iu the county who line not worn one or moiv CRITERION Suits There is not a line of Clothing made today moro universally worn and bet ter suited to tIle Kentucky trade titan the CRITJJIUON They are in a clue unto tnemselves when it coinea to fitting about the UIlKAsT NECK and SHOUDERS Our stock is in Look at it J McROBBRTStanford Kentucky t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I jEnlered n the polloffice at Stanford at teionddan matter lpatbltahaaTsauia pa sari Frid4r- ar 1 PERYEAR GASH I 8f When set topitdaaOOvlUbtchsrttl 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION t Train jolBi North l81pm 02G II II WlTnra 21 am IrItcaepm NEW LIVERY STABLES BraSE k SD Prod JUNCTION CITY KY HutClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Kay For Sale J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Llverv Service at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers In WU on us on Depot Street Goal Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBIET- OnLivpry Food and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Horses well ted and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates DaJl TrayJort DtALXtt 19 Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House Olaio to STANFORD KYI ttentlon Nothing but Ihl bee- to Prompt Mall orltn rtctlvidrink pbon cr telegraph ompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need now mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains curtain poles pictures frames screens parse partolst doors glass tables chairs safes wardrobes couches dressers wasbstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon ten folding beds washing machines wring en wall carpet paper trunks telescopes carriage house paint curtaIn stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persooe wisbing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of Sue Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we hue If you to sell place ft In our hands Office at Boones Stable Stanford Ky Iflpentrinsurance Solicits a share of patronage of the property owners in the- counties 1ncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against 1 ire Lightning and None but i and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentuc- kyBLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Medicine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American and farmers kwp their herds and flocks healthy by them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry their food Any stock raiser may buya 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in rigorous health for weeks Dealers generally keep OIarkDraujht StOCk and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn RoouBtui OA Jan SO 1WJ Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medlelnolsthebeitlevertrled Our stock was looking tad when you not me the medicine and now they are getting BO tine They are looking 20 per cent better So P DROOKLlaTON f w t ii oI fN R C WARREN IsacaWUaNtopirltthetleaa i oswr owm mbjectto UM action ol HM dt aatkpe IJAB P BAILEY Is a candidate tr N ttcaon as ME ftl lie UflwU Couatjr Court subject 10 Me idiom of the Dtmocratk party THOMAS D NEWALND 8RH Uacan UJittftrShtrWof Unseen county sutyett II tin ashen of Uw d aocrltc patty GEORGE W DeBORD ti a ctniUit let StMrtfl of UMNO cewrty labjlit- II tae adieu ol HM itoatocnMc pare T JEFF HILL SR- i a undMats for Sbtri ol UsMta ceaMf subje t la till acstoa ol UK uecra c patty JESSE C LYNN li acaolkUte for skerifl of Lincoln patty uttfect to 15s actletl of tile jMKKtattc party SAMUEL M OWENS subueciaDINK FARMER li a casdUate for Jailer ol UnCTta coMty IWfed to tti actkw ol MM DtoMcraNc party HAYSJAMES C 1 a canJUtM for JaDer svkjett to to action of tile KaKfatk party W I HERRIN Is a tanlUatt lot Jailer Mkjsctts tfes action ol the tmecratc party MEREDITH E PRUITT li a eandUatc tar S iKrtat4 lmt ol PsMk Schools It Lincoln Gotmty sirtjoct to the acllae of iht demo wears party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate tar Suredteiwt of Public Schools of Lines OMtr subject to tae acstoo of the diow cratlc party GARLAND SINGLETON ts a candidate for reekcHM for SuprtntnJ t of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the ac tion of 1M DMwxnttc party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate lot Assessor of Llncota musty sub ject to tile action of the democratic pony GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to Its acton of tile democratic party- D C ALLEN eeetysubject EMMETT MCORMACK I Is a candldite for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the acCIR of tae democratic party W A CARSON Is acandUate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub jKtto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y subjectaJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candldite for county attorney of Lincoln county subject M toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a caadUalo for MM nontoaMM for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party A W CARPENTER I Is a candidate for Coal subject to the action ol Ube Prohibition par- tySEED FOR SALE I Blue Grass Seed and Bed Rye for sale L O Dunn Mt tlalem Ky Farm For Sale On account of Illhealth I desire to soil privately my farm of 170 acres located la edge of Hustonvllle Good lesprorementa fruit never tailing water Will as whole or divide Small house on lower part O B BARNETT nustonvllle Ky ii ids Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers UaOZUIALBal FurnitureMattingHRugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY tyV+ McG MY Uslay sf OsbcsalsW rA3 If EMBALMERAnd HARNESS SADDLBBY Bet St ullrerds1RY js + 1tPartK rt6Y noses LAND STOCK CROPS ETC j Africander hat woo 1101800 for hli I owner j H G Lute old to 0 P Huffman seven butcher cattle at 3o O D Boone sold a mixed load of cat tie ia Cincinnati at li to 3o FOR SALE36 yearling IS calves 7 milk cows and 3 fat cows M Ilurdln j M J Hoffman want 100 slop cattle and build See I M Bruoe Stanford Ky Some 60 or more mule oolt cbanged hands at court at Somer at Mooday at ttO to 800- Jesse Walter told to Joe Jordan a fouryear old mare for 8100 and John Ball told him a bay gelding for 8110- r R M West has bought 000 sores new orop hemp at 16 30 for US pounds also 00000 pounds of old and new hemp Lancaster Record Lucas S Co sold In Cincinnati a car load of lambs sad wethers they bought here at 30 They sold In Bourbon 40 extra good yearllnga at 8 2 U U altogether Improbable that The Picket may be seen In the Second Spo olal or In any other race this yeas Carroll Rtld the Falsetto colts trait er bas about made up his mind that The Piaket has reached the end of his tether for one season al least HOHSB AND MUUB SALE J F Cook Co will have another big sale at Lexington Wednesday Oat 12 when they will dispose of 360 horses and mules The horses consist oJ Perch eron mares and gelding and broke horses and the mules of aged two veat olds and yearlings Kentuckys Great Trots at Lexing too Oct 4 to 14 will be as usual the banner race meeting of the year It Is estimated that the value of the three year olde engaged to start In the 121 000 Kentucky Futurity on the first day la over a quarter of a million dollars 120000 has been refused for Grace Bond the probable favorite In the Transylvania take the 11 horses en gaged are estimated to be worth 1200 000 The owner of Sweet Marie 2001 Is reported to Save recently refuted 835000 for her George G 2071 cott 120000 It Is the greatest lot of horses ever brought together The race on Thursday Oct 0 Is well worth a 100 tulle trip to tee COME AND GET YOUR MONEY to Liberal Way in Which Penny Sells MionaNatures Cure for Dyspepsia If MIona fails to cure you of dy spepsia come back to his store and let your money11I the broad and liberal way in which Penny ia selling Mi ona natures cure for dyspepsia A 60c box of Mlo na contains two weeks treatment and benefit will be seen from amost the first dote The guarantee means that If Ml ona dons not give complete satisfaction the full price paid will be refunded when the empty boxes returned and covers two boxes There is no other medicine that will compare with MIona for relieving stow ach trouble Pain and discomfort alter eating dlztinoss specks before the eyet gas and fermentation in feet all forms of indigestion are quickly relieved and permanently cured by Ml ona It in crease tho vitality soothes and heals any internal inflammation and give tone and stiength to the whole system The Christian Sunday School bad a birthday party Sunday Secretary Jobnstono awarded each student prep rot a handsome card The occasion was In celebration of Mr J W Bat ine 42nd birthday Mr Bastin Is eu perintendent of the Sunday Schooled had spent much of his life In Sunday School work He shows good for at least as many more years and were congratulating ourtdlvea oo the fact that he will remain with us In the same good cause and may the sober honest upright and Christian life which be has lived be an Inspiration to tbe rising generation Plttsburg Cor London Democrat A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die ana u l nt for hid loj miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con I sumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of Leosvllle Indendured deaths I agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pneumonia bron chills coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and iL Trial bottles free at Pennys Drug Scree- WAYNESBURGbbl e Dellla Single ton Is at home from Burntldu Miss Oa Wheeler Is convalescing after sev eral weeks illness Plnley Singleton who got his foot cut off at Stearns a few weeks ago returned home Tues day MM Doala Gooch will open a nice lino of fall millinery Saturday upatalrs In L G Gooch do Sons store When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect For talc by all Druggists while looking at the rpof her 1 friend In Its collio Mrs Mary Reeves of tirooklyr dronifl fls tvr Y sa a- a + a + KINGSVILLE Our town olalmi to have a flrttclats barber In Morris Walls Green Murphy will open another store here about November lat The old soldiers will build a town hall at least there la suoh talk Mr 0 G Baker and fumlly who lo sated In Harriman last spring are much pleased with that little city Mr Baser la In the Jewelry business there and meeting with tucasis DrO M Thompson sod Mr C D RaDIi have a now mill tbe one theyve been using being too small They have a splendid trade and are doing well with their planing mill Mr W UAIcCarty It oooftoed to bit bed Mrs W L MoCarty ia very muoh Improved Mr Ada Goooh Is slowly Improving Mr and Mra Mike Maherand children nape returned to Ludlow F M Howe has sold to Green Murphy bla home In Klngsvllle for 81098 Mr and Mrs Howe will locate In Bar rlman Tenn where their ton John recently located and his slater Mr O G Baker Mr and Mra 3owe will be seriously missed here AD additional room to oar already Urge school house la to be made thus winter and perhaps the next move will be for a nine months icbool It was defeated ones but the majority of our people will lay next time that we ought to have a nine raooite school Polities la somewhat exalting our people now Everybody nearly Is going to vole for Parker Not sails Had with reading tbo cheapest and best and the Lexington Demoorat they want a few warm speeohet from the distinguished Col Warren and hit opponent for tbo nomination Judge Bailey Judge Owtley non Burch and others WhatIn the Istl analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain re suits Irregular living means defange meat of the organ resulting In constl patlon headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Lifo Pills quickly readjust this Its gentle yet thorough Only 5o- at Peonys Drug Storo PARKERS cteHAIRIIALSAM mwMM a landau cmth- No r POI to y joraVoJU U DnirrUl LUMBER WANTED i I want to buy staves spokes hMillcgs lumber oK eM Will pay highest Cash price at Moreland D HO Peyton A S PRICE SulrisonDntlt Stanford Ky Ofdaoer UcBotMruOrof Store In the Ovtlsj Balldlnt For Sale Privately My botw sad U acre or land sltaatrd Just oauMe of town llmiu eo the Soaierset pike HOQK has 1 rooos kitchen and ser vants room good cellar stable and all nr1outtiuUdlnp Water hydrant In the yard one for stock J P IIAILEV Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS I ata the bet ef pilots and varnlihe and guarantee my work to be flrstolats tall at shop on Somerset street and see specimen of my werk House pnlotingand ppor hanging cheaply and satisfactorily done J1 D DrJ B Beck DENTIST Office In Eltnoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Residence 1bone laa FOR SALE I A small blue glas farm new hotmo with seven rooms all neeeiwary outbulldlnf4 nice young orolflrd TIle farm Is In a high state of ealtlvf tlon Situated near Hexlge vllle Doyle county Ky Per particulars sddrew or call OQ J A JUee Marksbury or 8 B like UinvllU ICy FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm for into on Oanvtlle sad mUM from Stanford eon tamingNacres of land Oood young oreh ard of two acres with a splendid variety of fruit tress Uood cistern and noverfa springs Locust posts enough to renee a Iere farm house has four rooms kitchen porch Necessary outbuildings litCall on or address W L Dawson CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smiloy Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Ileaeonable Call and see me Ihono at Heal enco 4 =RON FENCECHEAPER THAN WO- ODAOSIneAgt STANFORD KY r n tv Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON S E OCT iIii 810000 FUTURITY 5000TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 3000 CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 10 140 GREAT RACES PURSES Grundconcerls l- DaIIO TRANSYLVANIAI GREATEST PROGDAMMEI wR5 FAMOUS ElAND Half Rates on All Railroads n Il LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK e CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors JB Pastor J II Owtlsy B U Shanks W U Walks Qeo W Garter j B Poster L 0 Goocu W II Oummlns W M Ilrlfht It L Hubble w II Shanks I Cora to The Farmers Dank ok Trust Company and under arms management contlnuouily for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Upping such busmen relatloni will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Icy Capital StocK 50OOOs This Inttttutlon was originally eitabllthed as the Deposit Bank of In 1851 then reorganized as the National Dank ot Stanford In ISM and again reorjtanhe4 u the First National of Stanford In lass having had practically an unlnter rupte2 nlsteoce for U Tears It is better now with facilities for transact InK dullness promptly and well than ever before la Its long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited fl aY II 21000 EVER ice Officers S a Presldtai J B OWLEY Cashier W M Asit Oaihlsn Officers 3 S HOOKER Pntsl ST IlAimiii V free J J JlBttOnEUTfl Obr W n WEAUENAttOhr Directors F Reid Danvin B T Harris Stanfor4 J B Hooker Stanford K L Tanner II D Blmore Stanford S II n Stanfordi T P Hill Stanford Jas Hnbble L H lUacbtnaa Stan lord J M Pettus Stanford FA Carter Stanford IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying directafrom the Pottery enables us oftfer to the trade the best ever offered Will sell for a short time i Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you set Tumblers 4GEORGE H FARRIS COtStanford Kentucky Ttye Straightest Road Is The Shortest Road I If want puro drugs to us FIKST 1 undorstnnd What purity is tutu how os sontial it is in our business dont tolerate adulterations or makeshifts The to liavo our goods pure and tho losirJguide us in selecting them froos you You want to buy pure drugs wo wnntr Ito sell themr r Dr W N CraigPharmacist 11 4 t Stanford Kentucky school supplies dod School BOOks aastesesrslars W B McRoberts i Ia111Miiti iilMY BUANKS nUIOUT y nghmtn Robinson one you como Wo risk j DRUGGIST STANFOrD r S r iT