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T I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALu IVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1904 3PM NO 61IMIDDLEBURG Tbcie nights are pleasant and very conducive to sleep There was no preaching at any of the churches Sunday or Sunday night d Harrison Cunningham colored was tried In JudRO lUlncs court at Liberty V for breach ot tho peaco and flood 100 and cote The dry weather continue Not only took water but water for domestic uses li netting scarce In many oarts Rata It badly needed The protracted meeting closed at the Christian church Friday night with everal conversions and additions to the church Much good li sure to re cult Frank L Jones ai administrator ol hit father the lato Major W Joaes will have a publlo sale of took term tag Implements etc on Thursday Oct 0 See aclIn this isiee Gen Wade Haraptoa UoffM the namesake at a grand nod glorious mae until becQ BKe l his polltto for Federal pie way married on the Brd to Mls Julia Prather Squire T S BIDIOB ty- Ing the knot Crops are good In tblt tMtloa Kir ly upltod cod all boueai earn is the best In 10 yaari while law uplaod corn It out short by tbe drontb Ap r pies ere toaroe at It the peaeb crop Other crap arc good aid farmers are happy Tbe Edwards followers are very Jubi lint at tbe decision ot the commuted at Somerset while the adberenuuf Hunt er are very tore at tbe rough treat meat rewired at the band ot the Ed wardlsed committee They call It drown rlgbt robbery and many ot them will mark their ballot for Honest Oeo OJStono tad the purity of tbe ballot Mrs Sallle Elder hat returned to her home In Missouri alter a pleasant visit ot several weeks to friends and rela lives John Etton and slater Miss Pearl ot Oarrard were the guests ot their oouilB Mitt Sallle Eaton Mitt Lula Adams who It teaching school at Celetto Dent Saturday and Sunday home Jason Wesley the belt circuit clerk cad aU round republican In Ken tucky spent a few days with the home folks Mr and Mrs Matt Hotloo ol Frankfort are with Mrs Horton tether Col J W MoWhorterSr and other relatives Mrs Alula Brown returned to Louisville Monday after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs JP Adams Henderson Debord formerly ol Bethel llldge hat Joined the regular army Here are0 Expert safe blowers robbed the fast ofilee at Klagstreo S C ot tpward of MOOO Richard Cowherd proprietor ot tbe Campbellivllle Hotel dropped dead of apoplexyThe of Naples It alarmed bY the Increased eruption ol Mount r Veiuvlat The World Pair atlendanoo for last was 770418 end tbe total attend 1aacoup to Sept 24 It 11702823 Under the will ol Mrs Kllaibeth Green Kelly ot Chicago the Univer city ol Chicago will receive about tlOO 000 Kay Chiles eight year old ot near Oak Grove white playing hid In a clothe obeit and was tuffocated to deathFrank Denlton of La rue county U dead from excessive cigarette tracking A week ago hit brother died from the came cease Maj L C Norman forme State auditor and widely known la Kentucky at a democratic leader died ethic home In Frankfort aged 02 4Dr Van Doorolaor Belgian member j ot the Parliamentary Union now visit J log in tbo United States was found deed In bed In Washington Tbreo foreigners employed by tbo Pennsylvania railroad wore run down and Instantly killed while walking on j the track at Urccntburg Pa The Kentucky Worlds Fair corn t mission will give a reception In the Kentucky building Oct 7 to tbe Na vtional Brick Manufacturers Anocla iLion W Knott editor ot the Louisville Pott charged with criminal libel watvod examination In the police court for himself and paper and tbe cases go to the grand jury r In a running fightncar Laporto Ind I a railroad detective captured John Shollraan who confessed tbat bo was 1 at tbo head of a gang ot car robbers operating In Indiana Illinois Ohio and Michigan At Aurora Mo J II Palmer a miner shot and mortally wounded W T Tuttle another miner killed three of bill children and then shot himself It In alleged that Mr Palmer was tbo cause of the trouble Because of a dllllculty over a Negro at Valdosta Ga M M Carter Is dead Robert Knight It fatally wounded and Hodge tho Negro over whom 1Georlto originated hat been shot by the friend of Carter CHURCH MATTERSI The Kentucky annual conference of the Methodist church will begin at numjborKU James H Morton ol Tennessee will begin a meeting at MoCormaokt onurob tomorrow Wednesday night to continue a week or more Preach lag at 10 AI and 7 r M Tba union services of the four churches bore came to an end Sunday night They have been well attended aid the method will more than prob ably he repeated next summer The prayer meeting of tbe Christian church will be hold with members of the ooogregatloc while that church It undergoing repair Next Thursday night It will be held at tbo home of Mr Will Severance The Oral quarterly meeting of the Methodist church will be held here next Saturday and Sunday The quar terly conference will be held at 2 o clock Saturday afternoon Rev J W Simpson presiding elder will be pres ent Tbe singing at the Christian church Sunday morning and tbat at the union tervloes at the Presbyterian church In the evening was probably the beet ever heard In Staqford Prof J Walter Wilson and our muaieal talent mademu tic worth going many mile to bear Dr Hlnltt preldont of Central Unl varsity Dinvllle preached two excel lent sermons at tbe Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening No more able preacher hat been beard by a Stanford audience In year Large crowds beard both ot his splendid dlt courses The October County Meeting I The temlannuat mtsilonary meeting ot tbe Christian churches of Lincoln county will bo bold at Willow Grove church two and onehalf miles west of Huitonvllle on Saturday Oct 8th tervloe beginning at 10 oclock A M Each church is urged to send delegates to tbe meeting prepared to report local condition etc The program Is as follows 10 oclock Devotional service 1030Addrett Geo W MUll 1040 Song 1050 Report ot the County Evange list J 0 Livingston lUSSoog 1120 Adaress C E Powell Lex legion subject Tbe Danger ot Apa tbIt1145 Report from tbo churches and general dlieuislon on the need of tbe said Noon Adjournment Dinner served on the grounds lootoek tt M Devotional service 130 AddVei D 0 McGaltum Lax ington tubjttx The Soul Winner at Work UUiSODIllIOddreuH 0 OarrUon Dan vllle 220Song296SermonJoseph Ballou 266 Closing remarks by tbe chair man 3 oclock Song and Benediction P W Carter Chairman W B Shanks Secretary In Praise of Chamberlains Col- Ic Cholera and Diarahoea Remedy Allow me to giro you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy siya Mr John Uamlott of Eagle PM Texas 1 suf fered one week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicine without get ting any relief when my friend Mr G Johnson a merchant here advised mo to take this remedy After taking one dose I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this groat remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by all Drug itta THE Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign otTer of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after tba November election for 11 This Is about a cent a copy and is not only tbe cheap net dally you can get but the best dem ocratic organ you can read during tbe present campaign Tblsollice will take your order for tbe Democrat but the cash must Invariably accompany It Mr Llngerlong What mikes your little d6g howl to Mill Vlnnlo Garr He always howls like that when he thinks It U time to shut up tho bouse for tho night When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab gets They are emy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant clTeetI For sale by all DrugjtllaI I maintain she declared that women are bettor speakers than men But sometimes quantity la mistaken for quality he pointed outNew Yorker The widow of Harrison Ballard III deed ut Lnwren niirr lIed 81I NEWS NOTES Louie Flelichmaon the millionaire banker and philanthropises dead Injrace Is dying Mrs Peter Lewis of Blockley Iowa mistook her husband for a ahlakeo thief and killed him Four Negro children were burned to death In Clark county while their ptrentt were at church Tbe Standard Oil Company has advanced the price of all grades of pe troleum except Rigland The main building ot tbe University of Minnesota was destroyed by Ore en tailing a loss of 125000 The annual meeting of tbeJCentuoky Brewer Association Is In session at tbe Worlds Fair grounds Twenty school children felt through the floor of an outhouse at Pleasure Ridge and nine were killed One miD was killed and anotber per bapi fatally InJared by an explosion In a powder factory near Jelllcn John E Woolfolk a prominent farm er of Wnoaford county shot and kill ed a Negro tenant on his farm Tbe British steamer Crusader bound from Oregon for the Far Rut le said to have been captured by the Jape A tire at Dawson entailed damage to the extent of 1260000 there being no Insurance on any ot tbe property dew itroyed Editor J H Dearborn of the Graphic at Outbrle has disappeared and It Is feared tbat be has been foully dealt with- Wlnfleld Roe ot Spencer county was fatally wounded by nit wife who was cleaning his gun which accident ally went off Henry Thompson who bot and klll ed James Doyle In a saloon fight In Lexington In July last wee given a life sentence In the penitentiary Two clerks In San Francisco were held up by a masked robber and re lieved of 14400 Then tbe robber lock ed them In a room and escaped While responding to a toast at Fron tenac N1 and jest after wishing his friends and himself long life H M Maglll of Cincinnati dropped dead Judge Pryor of Louisville decided that jurisdiction In the case ot Barbour for killing Hagan lies In Bullltt coun ty and the elSe will be tried at Shop herJsrltle A men named Blair was blown to pieces by the explosion ot eleven sticks of dynamite while dynamiting fish ID Green river near Munfordivllle Pete Meredith arm was battered Milt Charlotte Boyer of Ripley O was appointed pastor of tbe Methodist church at Cblln 0 being the only wo wan over having received tueh au bonn i5r at the hands of that conference A Baltimore and Ohio freight train ran Into a wagon load of dynamite at North Branch W Va Tbe engine and nine care were destroyed one man was killed and several other sustained injuries The miners of District No 10 In Eastern Tennetiee and Kentucky have voted by an overwhelming majority against accepting tbe proposition ot the mine operators to reduce the wage scale about 7 per cent It it expected that a strike will follow Involving from 4000 to 4600 men Two pauenger trains on tbe South era railway carrying heavy lists of passengers collided near Newmarket Toon and 62 people wore killed and more than 100 wero Injured several of whom probably will die The wreck was caused by tbe failure of an engl near to obey order Relief trains were sent out from Knoxvlllo and the In Jilted and those of tbe dead who were recovered from the wreck were taken to that city The bodies of several of the trainmen are burled under the dew brie at the scene of the collision A plan to poison James B Mulligan and his family at Lexington for the purpose of securing a largo estate re cently bequeathed tbe family miscarried only by tbe confession of a colored house boy who claims to have been hired by H near relative of the Multi gan family to poison them The Ne gro placed a large quantity of arsenic In a baked salmon which was served for dinner last evening Ho weakened when he eaw the family sit down to the tablo and JIVe warning barely in time Tbe near relative whom the Negro ac ouiet will not be arrested Only Did His Duty as He Saw it I deem It my duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlains Colic Cholera Wileytarknmtor at Wiley Ky I have been sell Ing it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfaction Several of my customers tell me they would not do without it for anything Very often to my knowledge one single dote has cured a severe attack of diarrhoea and I poet lively know that it will cure the flux dysentery You are at to 180 this testimonial as you please Sold by all Druggists HUSTONVILLE Logan Russell of Louisville It vIMi ing his kilter Mr J J Allen Our milliners are already too busy to everylineI have a splendid Hanging Fork bottom farm for rent Come and see me quick W R Williams Cowan d MoCorraaok our hustling live Btoolc dealers shipped a car of fat hogs to Cincinnati Saturday- C W Adam has returned from Cln olunatl where he bought a large stock of goods for bit beautiful new store Tbe favorable weather the past week for building was taken advantage of by our contractors and tine progress In their work was tbe result The new residence of John B Rout Is going right up and will be completed within tbe next two or three weeks and will be a very handsome horn the oredlt for which Is due Cblef Architect Boyle Uromett MoCormack one of our pop ular candidates for assessor has been called West for a twoweeks stay He ill be back In abundant time to fur ther pursue bis race for the abovd of fice however Tbe beautiful colonial cottage of Chas Wheeler It nearing completion and It surely a thing of beauty The inside work will be completed within 10 days and the finishing touches of tbe wall decorations will be hurried to an early completion- On Thursday and Friday nights Prof J Walter Wilson will give a splendid entertainment at the Christian church at tbe mall admission price of 10 and 20 cents Parties who are judges and have teen tbe entertainment are loud nlgbtbouldMisses Pattle and Settle Moore of Boston aro visiting the family of J Brent Barnett James Roberta of Duoovllle visited Dr Barter and fam Ily Cbat Rote left last week to visit ill mother In Ponca City O T Rev G W Mills and wile attended tbe convention of the Christian church at Winchester W C Myer aged 81 and father of Judge Wm Myers Is seriously ill at bit home near Kldds StoreThe ceremony of laying the corner stone of the Weatherford Hotel last week was well attended and consisted In part of the laying of the first brick by Mrs Mary J Weatherford under which was deposited almost a handful of pennies nickels and dimes by the audience Our building boom has reached for beyond the confines of tbe Wet End as evidenced dally by crowds thronging our streets from many miles distant watching us grow and shop ping while they wall- MATRIMONIAL Tillman Padgett and Miss Retta Rowland were married at John A Goocba Monday Tbe engagement of Henry C Black of Barbourvllle to Miss Cora Ethel Fellows of Somerset Is announced The engagements Ralph Goddard of Mercer to Miss Lalla Drane of San Diego Cal has been announced The marriage will take place In October- J Norton Fitch announces the en gagement and approaching marriage of his sister Nell Ward to Mr George T Mason of Chicago the wedding to take place at the bride beautiful country home Cllllland late in Octo ber Jessamine Journal An early fall wedding which will come in the nature of a surprise to friends of tbe contracting parties will be tbatof Mr John G Lynn and Mice Maude Moore both of this city The marriage will be solemnized on Wed nesday Oct 6th at high noon In St Louis After a short bridal trip tbe young couple will return to Danville and have rooms at Mrs Anna Moore on Fourth Street Miss Moore Is at present visiting friends In the Mound City and Mr Lynn will leave next Mon day for that placeAdvocate The prospective groom Is a ton of Mr Jaa E Lynn of this place and Is a splen did young man Miss Moore is well known here where she has frequently visited Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich sour stomI ach IK likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freclyofeasily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse between meals and when you feel a full nose and weight In the region of the stom ach after entlngUke ChamberlalnsStom lomIBch Iwltbor Franklin county shot and wounded Charles Kratzel a lerlopelI Mrs LouisLlsie Lee U dead In I DdllVlllf Watch For The BIG BARGAINS At our store We wish to announce to the people of Stanford and Lincoln county that Our store is now open for business with a new and uptodate stuck of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts Cloaks and Jaokets and a complete line of Ladles and Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc We extend our invitation to tho people of Stanford and surrounding country to visit our store and examine our stock and prices which we hope will be iii teroetiiig na well as important to yourself and to us Our motto is To Give You the Best Goods For the Least Moijey We have made special efforts to have extraordinary bargains on that day Thrqughour square way of doing business we hope the people of Stanford andsurrounding country when once they see our prices will always come and patronize us We hope that each and every one will come and see the BARGAINS we are offering Thanking you in advance Sam RobinsonN- ext Door to Lincoln County National Bank Stanford = = Kentucky Douglas Shoes P t i- Noue better made for the price 300 Be 350We have them in all the new shapes You cant buy them anywhere else in Danville When you are ready for your Winter Shoos try a pair W tKr W T o mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an ovidonco of the superiority ofjtho Supe rior Drill thoro are more of them iu use in this county than till the others together Nothing in ferior ia imitated If your drill noels any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plowa Diso Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGG1NS STANFORD KY J i THE INTERIOR JOUR AI E c WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET For President 1 ALTON BROOKS PARKER l of New York For tice Praidtnt HENRY G DAVIS of Wttt nrrfnfa Diietr3Of GeorgttM For Con gnu GEORGE G GILBERT oj SMby NOMINEE PARKERS letter of acceptance le suet what the democrat waned It touches on every Importa subject and hIs positions on them are made as clear as the noon Jay sun The letter is much shorter than President it Roosevelts and the spirit In which It was written Is decidedly better In t short It is just such a letter ae was expected from the grand man Mr Parker le Read It and you will be stronger than ever for the gentleman from Eo pusIN speaking of New Yorke demoI eratlc nominees for Governor and Lieut Governor ExPresident Cleve K land who seems to have returned to the democratic fold says Certainly there can be no doubt of Judge Her rlckee rugged honesty great ability and unyielding devotion to democrat principles and I am glad to see the younger element of the party so completely represented as Is done bv tb nomination of Mr Harrison TUB race for Representative In Franklin between Hone E H Taylor Jr and L F Johnson Is getting red hot The principal Issue seems to be whether or not Col Taylor employ ed a Negro woman boss over white girls at his distillery an allegation which the genial colonel most vehemently denlee tr IT ill becomes Chauncey Depew to poke fun at Henry G Davis the demo cratic nominee for vice president because of the latter age Every im partial man will be bound to admit tbatI the democratic vice presidential nomi nee le not near as old as some of Chaun ceye Joke THE Mt Vernon Signal has just rounded out Its 17th year five years of which it has been under the manage meat of the present editor E S Al bright It grows better si It grows older and no exchange comes to us that we enjoy more y THE complexion of the next house of Representatives may depend upon the vote In Kentucky There is no Disaf action In any district and with the ex ceptlon of the Eleventh District the entire delegation should be democratic PR HUNTER says that he has no given up the tight for the republicanC noroipatfgn Jn the lUb wlU Wake a ognteit Tbs robbers will l k jcbootys THERE were 70 divorces granted at- onel sitting of the Chicago court The Windy City beats the world for dlvorc ed people and her unsavory reputation in that line Is growing dally out THE democrats In New York are highly pleased with Judge Parkers letter of acceptance and the press and the party leaders are according It the is highest praise tbe IF Roosevelts mind could be ana lyzed It would doubtless be found that be really admires the virtues he has of not To The Voters of Lincoln Coun a tybeAs I am and have been a lifelong democrat true and loyal to my party t and especially to the democratic party of Lincoln county I take this method of announcing to you for the nomlna tlon on the democratic ticket for sher l lit of the grand old county of Lincoln I have been a resident of Lincoln coun ty for more than 20 yearo and have never been acandldate nor asked for office of any kind I have been engaged of in many business enterprises all of which have proven a success there fore I feel competent to the trust and will do all In my power to make the people of the grand old county of Lln coin proud of my nomination and eleo tlon Believing that I am not asking anything unreasonable I respectfully solicit your support W L MCCARTY In The democratic primary held In 4Madleon county to select nominees for resulted In the nomination of of the following ticket Judge N B Turpln AttJrney R fl Crooke Clerk Jesse Cobb Sheriff P B f Broaddue Jailer Buck Johnson SuptYI of Schools John Noland Assessor P Wagers a JYi Y LIADDITIONAL LOCAL arrll of the Ol tsnhelm section Is dead after a linger log Illness His wife died just a month ago ANOTHER SI 50 sillbe tv over the L b N to Cincinnati and turn next Sunday Train leaves Stan ford at 6 A M WANDTEDTo look after our Interest In Lincoln and adjacent counties Salary or commission Ad dress The Victor Oil Company Cleve land O MR SPEARS FISHER manager of Dripping Springs told us at Lancaster yesterday that be had a splendid Ida eon and that he will run the Springs again next year HENRY SIMPSON aMsplendid young democrat of Lancaster and grandson of the late Moses Collier who was cora ner of Garrard county waste to sue asn611 4 so ROBBED OF His W ATClIGeorge E Alford formerly of the Wes End but now of Lexington was robbed of hi ey fine watch and fob valued at 1340 In that city a few nights since Th watch Is a heavy gold one sad has G E Alford Stanford Ky engraved on the case- HORACE CRAIG KILLED Craig who lived here until he about 12 years old was run over New Haven by the freight he was brake fag on and both of his legs were cut oil He died a few hours later The re melee were taken to his home at Leba non Junction and Interred Mr Crel was about 21 and had suet begun brake Ing o prayee of an act of the last Legislature registration Is made compulsory In all Incorporated towns In Lincoln coun ty all those living Inside the tows 11 lie of Stanford Hustonvllle Crab 0 chard and Rowland must register next Tuesday October 4th If they desire to vote in the presidential election in the December primary or at any other election to be held In the county When you register see to It that you receive a certificate of registration from the olllcers of registration to when you vote at any election you must show your certificate of regletr- Lion to the officers of election Demo crate register and see that your neigh box does likewise POLITICAL Senator James B McCreary spoke at Hardlnsburg Saturday George 0 Strunlc has been appoint ed postmaster at croak Whitley county Tho prohibitionists will open their campaign at Lexington Thursday evening next Lieut Gpv Tboroe Is occuoylng Gov Bcckhams chair while the latter Is In St Lonls Senator Blackburn will open the campaign In Mercer by a speech at Harrodsbur next Monday totnomination for- COD2reln thel3tb New Yorkdlstrlct PfSJldcql Rooeevelt will soon Issue call for the nations of the world to In a second congress at The Hague the promotion of arbitratIon JudgeJPark after two days of cot ference with the democratic leaders In New York City returned to Esopus highly gratified with the party pros pacts in New York State and through the country Chairman Cowherd of the democrat- Ic Congressional committee says the situation In the Congressional districts all that could be desired and that democrats expect to carry a suffl clent number of the doubtful districts- to control the House Two ways for contesting tbe award the certificate to D C Edwards are open to Dr Hunter He may take the primary Into the courts or be may file contest before the State central com One of these two methods will chosen by Dr Hunter John W Yerkes has notified the republican State central committee that they can use his time as they see fit on November 2 3 4 and 6 He reserves November 7 however and It Is eumed that he Intends to speak at hllet home at Danville on that day Bronston Jonee a Negro accused of tempting to detain Miss Lucy Fogg Woodford county was removed from Versailles to Lexington the authorities fearing that mob violence might bo attempted = The body of Albert Cotton colored was found on the railroad tracks near Boston Nelson county He had been killed and his body placed upon the trackW T Ward bought at public sale = 1501 acres of the John W Davis farm Fayette 4i miles from Lexington at 1120The greatest revival In the history Ellzabethtown Is In progress being conducted by the Rev Mordecai Ham An attempt was made to poison the of Judge William May at Sal heldIn w IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES While in a jealous rage Jell Htt shot and killed Max Wolf at born Simpson Burton was shot and kille PulaekeI WagonWorkeIs 10000 John Alexander was shot and killed by John Doland at the Nicholson mines in Bell countrIThe second victim of the powder plant tragedy Sam Harvey died In treat agony at Jelllco J W Whltebouee cltlIzeuhome near Bobon Ephraim Simpson of tbe west end of Mercer county died as a result of Injuries sustained In a fall from a barn upon which he was working A M Klnnalrd formerly of Lancas ter but now of Mlddlesboro was robI bed of a vallie containing 82flO worth of valuables at the Worlds Fair Eld J U Livingston will preach at Watts Chapel Sunday morning at 11 oclock and baptise In the afternoon at He will preach at Pine Grove Sunday nights The Berea Banking Company of Madison county filed amended articles with the secretary of State changing Us place of business to McKee Jack eeon county Unitede6an overwhelming majority against the acceptance of the opera tore proposal to reduce wages 7 per coot and are out on a strike Mayagton to Jackson county they were fired on from ambush and Mays was wound ed Tbe woman took his pistol and put the assailants to rout A Negress has been admitted to the bar at Lexington The bar should have closed at midnight Louisville Times birthplacerPIneville N C Under heavy realizing sales the price of wheat broke four cents on the Chi cago market For Sale and Rent I On account of Illhealth I will quit farms ing and desire to sell all of my stock coo THURSDAY OCT 6 1M4 maresaa wale goodbuckj thing poet Household and kitchen furni ture Also B yearling mules Sale will begin promptly at 0 a m Farm situated on Stanford Iluttonvllle plkeopno site J 8 Murphys MKS K U MuKINNBY MoKlnney PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction at m rest deuce three nf DaitonTllle on the llustonvlllo A Liberty pike on FRIDAY SEPT M 1MJ The following property consisting of tare e+ cattle hogs arming Implements household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of vale Sale to begin at IS l AM sharp QEO W KIHKK sit- Iluetonrllle Ky I Nice Home For Sale I Ori wish to tell prUatelr the spendld real dunce on logan Avenue Stanford whlsh ban been has four Urge bedt4a modern In every particular Cell at J 3L 1hllllpi to see property D UAUOIIHAN R A JONES Stanford Ky Cruse In Myers Huute Parlor phone 01 BDCARTEFtSuccessor to truce k Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHU KY Special attention to Commercial iie Your 1s toUched Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection I BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH j navlot decided to quit the buggy oatnose I will sell for the nut 61 days at for cash a car load of lluggle Surrey IhaetoB and Huckboardi also a lot of IlarneM They are all the latMt style and best make Part of the vehicle are rub her tired Como to see me and get a bargain at once before they are all gone CURTIS COVER OrabOrcbard Ky THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con inltatlon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bllli due when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly I JIIitlwau Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wine whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington faiaoai mass Beer ole keg and bottled 0 Brent SouthwooU mixer Phone M Stan ford Ky E D Peyton DEALKH IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been in the Tailoring bulln es alt my lice I feel confident In saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms In the country With my experience In taking measures and dtreotons I give your clothes are bound to be satlsfsoMrr as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prlc a are the same M lnex perloncetl men who are in the buitnes alto have a nice line of fancy oLevl1- an1 other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank eg you for put favors t am yours II C RUPLEY tbe Tailor WINTER SMOKING sr stms W have the most complete line of Pipes ever handled by us Genuino Mccreoliaum with Amber inouthpieco S5 and 80 French Briar in casos with Amber mouthpiece curvet and straight from 8176 to 8325 Cheap pipes in cases CO and 75c Miscellaneous Pipes from 5 to jOe Also choice line of smok ing tobacco PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford GOlIingII Zero Weather In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont roust your shins mill freeze your back this Winter hut let me ill a warm Air Furnace that will keep your rooms comfortable the Fnnln temperature all over and use 50por coot less fuel Roofing Guttering Filters Pumps tutu Plumbing Phone 11 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky TO TOE FARMERS e 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 E t = DENTIST Crab Orchard Icy IIV jBE INQUISITIVE t At t DO YOU KNOW thnt our facilities for buying goods cheap arc in a number of ways superior to our competitors 1 DO YOU KNOW that pur buyers aro continually in tho market while the average merchant makes his semiannual trips of a week or 10 days duration only Do you know that we buy for several stores at a time thereby getting an extra discount for buying in quantities DO YOU KNOW why all this should interest your It menus for you loss expenditure for same quality and quantity as others oflbr Lotus show you how it is so you can join tho ranks of willaarrive this week Come and Find Out how we can eavo you a few of your dollars Watch our Windows Watch our ads Ask us about it Bo Inquisitive THE GRAND LEADEROW8UJY HIOTK WArni unit Aim Ma BaLour 8 Go S B Lovy StoreedIs Now OpenIt WiUi a full line of Clothing Dry Ocala Draw Gwde bottom Shoe flilr tGoods soW chwjHjr than you over kmn1 of them In maR mm guys Sift MaIM 111e prhw and take tin good Call HB tee what svt hare Jot Oaf prices will surprise you 4 t S Goldstein Prop I aSTANFORD KENTUCKYr HUGH MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST I r 1 1 That hranrli of Nienrr which deal with the rye itrt anatomy nod func tion in HEALTH and clifRIttDtury Dictionary oJ I UK no MEDICINE either in examination or treatment of the epa tier perform any SURGICAL operation but simply correct all doled of llo frmtiun with oriiKt ADJUSTED GLASSES have niecwtioliy fulfil several hundred jwiraof glnaeoe In Itoyit and surrounding oountiw will be nt St Asaph Hotel Sat Oct i Dr L he Murray j hllalro 1 gisLtI1iOJiw AVith Murray tNt M Alanio Danvli Ky I The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable I Monument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the beat material rYand of per feet workmanship We carry stock of Monuments Markers arid KentuckyLetteringNone better None cheaper 11- Y i r r- r rtl r IWMADAMSaSONLexlngtonKy t C R McCormack 1 Dealer in y Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HarnessFresh ProduceCeR McCormack Hustonville jf I PETTICOATS Itondylo wear silk mid wtten pot UcoaU arc now one of the atuplo nrti aloe of tile Dry Goods Storo and val ties nro improving each season Wo thought last wagon it would bo Snipos fiblo to improvo on the OUCH wo sold but this FouRon wo havn improved the lino and added some now numbers See the real good things wo offer at C6c 80c 81 8125 up to 83SO Bilk 86 to 8750 a THE STANFORD KY Nolt7 1001 DO not saner with the botilach when c few dose of Pennys Qeadaob Dire will glvtj you relief Tb te tat len are afe reliable red are fold 18 ITS cod too package Peony Drul 8Wrt PERSONALS MR J A ALLEN u quite sick JAMHS MBSBBReotiUnvei quite 111 J T OnaNHHAW of Lexington WAI btra yesterday OK b tlne t MR M B LBVY of Lotlivllle peoL BaMrday with Mr S B Levy MR A T NUNNBLLBT of ForL JoWorb Texat U with nit parent MR ROHBRTBOYB JR of London t way here with Mr J S Booker Satur I lay i Miss VIHOIKIA PICKSIT of Bhelbji U with her liter Mrt Wilt Sever a ante MasSRB J M OOXL8V sod Joho a Daseberty olWayee are with Mr A P Sloan MR RICHARD D NAP aad wife of OJlie Wen are rltlUoe relative In tbe Wen lad AIR MATT WoootW wiw U travel laz la Tennessee It hue with bit wife 4loll ohlWren- MHBIl SAW GASUNBAU of Vet It virtue tier sister Mrs W Jid Dudderar RBV B 0 UORTON wife and baby t of Mlllertbure are with hit parent 10 tie Preaebertvllle loD- I MISS MARY PBNNINXJTON left thl Ioroing tar NathTllle to spend anoth te year at Ward Seminary MRS ANNIE HOLWCLAW and cblW tea DOW ooeupy one el lion Barge Boltnt eottacet oa last Male J P KMSAT aod wile ol Hero were bore Saaday reMrolne from i Tltlt ta bit ptreott at YeieetUe PHIL SotiBK 0f Louisville tits pep star L it N engineer U the teat of tile family et Oa Haff DetMerar MitT A Rica a 4 wife Mrs J T Bisbrr sod Mite Mary nerd left ye ttrday morolir for toile VOte Fair WALTKK UOPPKK who Is attendlot OlUce at Daortlle spent SauiHn and Sunday wlib the boaeelki hers I MHB6R8 W P OMMBt BDd J T BloeatnsD the Issue at tbe galL Eed- spent teveral day at the World Pall i MRS JOHK EZMM Ii NAN of Cannel 10o led and Mrt FraoK Huber 01 O aa Pla are vtstUsg Mrt Obarle X Cox OLAUDB M PBNKTBAKKR of Sots erect spent Sunday with a nlRht pretty girl from that pleas who It tlt t Ming here MRS L B GIVBS awl daughter Virginia will leave next week to vltl S frlenfl In Lincoln DemocratJ- UDGE W R WILLIAMS wife and a Mill Dollle Wllllal ot Buitonville spent Sunday wltb Mr sod Mrs Goo Marcos Wearen MR G C WBBBT Rj f lodtanapollt t prettdent of the Crab Orchard Springs I Coi patted up to that delightful turn r aver retort Sunday Miss BLLA MAS HILTON on row turning home from n visit to Somerset spent several days with Misses Bettlo and Anna Spoooamore Miss MAY BODINB WALKER who bee been the ottraettve guest of the Misses Fuland for tome time returned to Loulivllle yesterday Mns L L WALKER of Lancaster Is bat roDe to Colorado Springs Col for r the benefit of her health and orders her I J ont there to her K MR 1VON FISH It holding down the L S N Jeonoy at East Berntladt lor- a month Joe Blair of Brodhood tuo ceedt him at Rowland for the time MR At J COFFEY who It Urlnpon a railroad between Fort Wayne Ind r and Chicago spent leveral week with hli parents Mr and Mrs J M Coffey Miss KATHBRINE BAUQHMAN of Stanford was the guest of her cousin t oral MRS T J HILL It back from a visit a to the bedside of Mrs E B Hill at Somerset She reports her doing as well at could be expected with herbro ken limb MRS PATTIB HAYS one of the belt ae Well at one of the moil accommoda ting telephone operators In the State li taking her vacation tble week and t Miss Nettle Wray It In the exobaBge 1f ISl- rllratss PEACE WITH HONOR Of an Irish journalist it was said that ho wrote his editorials with a ehillaloh and dofonded them with an axe This remark often recurs to us when wo run aoroea advortfgeraenta breathing a spirit ofantngonlem that must be offensive to the neutral reader What carOl tho public about the potty squabbles of competitors As for us we shall pursue the even tenor of our way un daunted by inuondooH no matter from what source they come Our ads ore addressed to tho public Nor shall we bo MI untnanncred to ehoot over their shoulders nt rivals h h 1 SErVERAIfCE 8a SON TANFOID I INTERIOR JOURNAL 1Nsmiles eot7DrrodQ- trll i Campbell Ofv BALLOT hat returned to tbs Chicago Medical College MR J E TCDOR of Madlion le wit bit brother Mr D B Tudor U C OAINBB of Lancaster tool JllmpblI Hutton Mute I Rout Miss MAMa HALL 01 Lancaster the guest of her iwailn Mlti Haul FarmerW JOHNSTON of Grab Orchard wat on yesterdays train en route to Wllmore MRS MlLLIB MORBLAND Of Nei York City It with Mrt Jamei Good In the MeKlnney faction Miss DDUORAII nosH of Jolllco Tenn was here yesterday with Mite Aretbuta MeAlltter en route to NubI vllle W C KOHHUT has returned to Cbl sago after a tour weekt visit to his mother Mrs Kate Egbert at Oral Orchard MRS RS J P Hot e1 t and A B Florence have returned to the oil SeM of Oumberland eoanty MH Ifs Hoi dam aeeorootnled her father TUB Senior elan of the Stanford Mate and Female Seminary will be en tertaloed Friday evening by MIIMI Myrtle and Roberta OBannon MRS Kirn SMITH of Mt Vernon answered Mr Dr Hugh Reid adver tltement nare wanted and came here Saturday and seeared the potttlon She 1s an experienced and cxcelleo woman In tbe tick room and Mrs Rei- dIto be congratulated on securing bei ear vices LOCALS See my line of lap robe J O Me Otry JOSC received a carload ot Corydo Wagons and a oar load of Globe Per tlUasre E T Peace Aa Co St WB would aivlie every reader of the I J wboaan to ettead John P Jones special towel tale Uilt week MILLINBRY QpNINuSaturday OOL let Noel SltMfi Danville Ky will have their fall opening of pattern haw cad cordially lovlte the Stanford ladles M visit then on that day 3e FiHkM sew natllthesloes of the World Pair Nov 30 the L A N will tall 10day rouadtrlp tlokat to St Lout at 19 U oa Sunday Monday Tuesdays Wadaaday and Thursday Km J W HAUIN will preach at Walton Opera Home next Sunday morning at 1046 oclock end each Sun day morning thereafter until the work being done on the Interior of the Chris tlan ehuroh la completed THE Stanford Male ft Female Semi nary now bat 80 pupllt and tbe school It progressing splendidly Dr 0 B Palllt has engaged tbe services of Miss Carla B Baker of Pottitown Pa for the primary cad kindergarten departments WIIILK trying Tom Greenlee a half witted Negro for vagrancy the poor fellow had a severe tit lu Judge Trlb bles olllse This worked on the sym pithy of Stanford excellent pollee judge and tbe trial was willingly called oil by him THK Wither Purnltnre Co com posed of Mettr W W Wither and Logan R Ilogbee hat told Itt business to Mcnrt W A Trlbble and Alfred Pence and the firm will bo Tribble S- Pence Mr Wither will remain with the new firm until they get the run of bo business The old firm will likely Jto In business at tome otbor point but ludernoclroumttanaetwlll Mr Hughes leave Stanford we are glad to state lo will bo found at his law ollloo ready to attend to any butlncsa In his line BCRCH Mr W S Burch the well nown young attorney and politician announces this IIIUQ his candidacy for ounty attorney lubject of course to tho action of the democracy A good Democrat a willing worker for tbegood auto and popular with all classes Mr lurch will be a formidable candidate for the high office of county attorney The fact that State Chairman Hager shore him for county chairman In tbe resent campaign shows to tome extent ho esteem be li held In by his fellow lemocrata No young man In the coon I t7 Is bettor liLted for the office he de moreII STAMPING done bv Mr Leilte Car tor BUY your watch at W H Mueller Jewelry Store Stanford BBAR In mind the Geo WRiffe pal In tbe WIlL End Prlday See ad TUB Invlteto tall aad tea a nice line of ready to wear and taller made bate MUte Straub JUST reoelved a lineof reek elegant candles Alto fresh ohewlnj gum six cakes for cat Mr Saunders novelty tore SALUMr S tWalt will have a ule of hie stock crop ota at hi rue near Peyton Well on Friday Ojt Hib See ad IBON pp N D MILSS republican nom bee for Congress ipoke to t handtu of people at Lancaster yesterday Tbe democrats bad nobody there to antwe him TifB ladles of the Pretbyterla church will have a bsiaar and exchange about the middle of Decemb at which there will be for sale all kind of articles useful as well as ornament al editable for Christmas remembran tee 2t TUB Stanford Male and Female Sem- Inary foot ball team will make their irtt appearance on the geld Friday aft ternoon when they will line up again Central TJnlvertlty eeoond team The game will be played on the Graded School grounds at 9 r M Admlnloi II cent THE announcement for sheriff of Mr W L MeCartr of Kingtvllle appear this leene He U too well known 10 this county where be bas lived so long to make comment of him neceeeary Betide being an excellent citizen Mr McCarty le a splendid democrat end hI fully deserving tbe ofllee be seeks Tbe affair of Lincoln county wouU be tboroxgblyafe In the bands of tact a herlff at Mr McCarty would make TUB entertainment given by Mr J Walter Wilson at Waltont Opera Hoate last night wee fairly well attend ed sod heartily enjoyed In Ok Steps woo splendidly presented by Mr Wilson and tbe illustrations by hit wocdarful rnajblne added no little to the rocidlilon of Mr Sheldons graa work To nights program will doe slat of conga poems and moving pie lures cod to morrow Wednesday night Lew Wallace great Ben fur will be given Dont fall to tee both enter talntneati They are worth many times the price of the 10 and 20c charged and the cause for which they are given U a most commendable one TUB democratic countycommittee met here Saturday afternoon and after deciding on Saturday Dee 3 ai the day and a primary as the method of nominating candidates for county offi Des fixed the following amounts as ca trance feet For sheriff laO for judge 630 for representative SID for jailer IO for assessor 10 for school super intendent 818 for county attorney 929 t9beprimary If many of the candidates drop out the above amounts may bave to be slightly Increased Any money left over after all expenses of the primary have been paid will be returned to those who paid It W S Burub resigned at committeeman In the Engine house precinct and the vacancy will bo filled in a few days I AT about 1 oclock Monday morning berltTM S Baughman was telephon ed to come to South Fork trestlewhere rouble was brewing between the rhltes and blacks who are working ou the fill there Mr Baughman called Mr Jesse 0 Lynn who U leflbalfirrlval at South Fork they found that ho white laborers bad ordered tbe NeI tro workers to leavo the place and navy of the former wore armed and eady to cary their order Into effect Tbe arrival of Mer Baughman and Lyon bad a salutary effect however sod trouble was at an end for a while a least The gentlemen remained here most of yesterday and at last ao I Baugb1maDed with entering Mrs Carter house I aad stealing a lot of goods otc She tblatmoroloK FOR SALE A floe registered Pole Angus bull 3 years old Mark Hardln SICK tbe Wonder the original HOL Blast Stove at John Bright Jr i Cos J TllE Jnator Aid Society of the Chris lien obarob olenred 818 on the bizta they held la J L Btaxley As Cos Dior Saturday W S BURCH It a CMlMalt lor County Attorafy at Lincoln com Ur subject lo to adieu ol Me PMMcnrik parry ATTENTION I Miss II V Logan of Iloitonvllle hu so eared the agency with one of the leadln house In Ob Ian go and she will handle ladies readytowear suite wrap e 8hl request your patronage and her full lice of pOj3 can be seen at her room ton Mali street She will take your measure lu her own peculiar style Call and examine her good H F HILLENMEYER t SONS Blue Crass Nurs6rlos Lexington Kontucky Ulfn for the 1001afall stock of frills and ornamental tree grape vines as pirigui aal unite thrulx and everything for the orebnrt1 lawn and garden Descriptive catalogue on application PUBLIC SALE I I will Mil at public outcry at my place near ieytoni on FRIDAY OOTOBER U IBM The Mlowlng property One bull and ati weaoilni calve li helters and three year line steer I food mlk cows 2 load wart Ma 1 yearituff uiullo 1 All car ewe 4 tons of bayI straw rick some con and fodder S fat bog Milwaukee blade and other farming Implements Terms wade known on day of saleS B WALL J 1 Chandler And Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I will offer to the blgbwt bidder at my liime about two miles from Lowell of fipoonnlle pike on- THUnSDAY OCTOBER 1W4 At II oclock a m the following property About IM cattle yearling tweyear oldi and tbreey arold abe reo ualnder cow calve and yearling heifers about see bogs consisting of large haltS rows and 1 pedigreed Poland China MtaiV Hereford buM 1 large Dare work mule 1 eltblnder Chattanooga dlsr CIa disc harrow eultlY tcr scraper sad a of ether farmlug InpteoenU between 4000 and SOOa balM of hay Term trade known on day of tale W J OILLISIIR Lowell Ky PUBLIC SALE I At Mlddleburg Ky en TIUTR9HAY OCTOBER 11M As admlnlttrator of the etate of the late Major W Jones I will off r for sate to the fclghett and belt bidder the lolowlnp stock farming Implement ftc 1 twoyenrold 9elr 1 oneyearold mule 1 suckling mule 14 gwd cattle 1 rare 1 buggy and harness 1 buckboard IB balsa of Kiln rips 1 wheat drill 1 binder 1 mowing machine 1 roller 1 dlae harrow 1 corn drill 1 cultivator 1 bay rake 1 cutting box 1 corn shelter 1 wheat Ian 1 cycle grinder some carpenter tool fencing tool and other turning tool Also two shotguns and an organ I will also sell shoes nf In the tommerclal Rank of Liberty Sale will take place at relIdeneeot the late Major W Just t bliss Wt of MWdlebarg sale wilt begin prompt lvatav u Terms eaib- FIIANK L JONB3 Admr- Mlddlsborg Ky PUBLIC SALE Having determined to change my butI Less I will 00ISell My land The farm U one of the ttot in that locality being adopted to corn wheat and- oats Tlds farm lies four mlle South of Drab Orchard and two miles North of Outn Bulphur near the road leading from Oral Orchard to llrodhead Thl I a good tobac co farm era It has been tried by a Virginia loUaceo raiser ItbaiaNo dwelling on II a goad barn and a never tatting soar the house Have also a tot of prlagI ally Horses cattle hogs crop ot itaek of hay twohome wagon Implement consisting ot plow gear and j wagon harness 1 cook stave dressers ard bedsteads Many other things too numerous to mention Terms made known OP dav 0I title Everybody Invited IGumCol J P Chandler Au- ntPUBLIC SALE I Having sold my farm and determined t i nova to Indiana I will on SATURDAY OOTOHEU s 101 loll the following described property con aonclng promptly nt 10 oclock a m at mv evidence IX North of Urab Urihu din the Stanford k Crab Orchard turnplk j milk cow 2 tat cows 1 ox ra Jersey ITwo 4 steer calves a lot of 1 and 2year calves 1 mare sixyearsold In foal to jack 1 combined mare In foal to John lolmes horse 1 good work mare 1 yearling colt 15 hogs good feeder 1 sow and 10 pIg 200 barrels of corn 400 shocks of fad ler1 new mowing machine 1 rake 2 tack of bay 1 wagon and harnetinew buggy and harness 1 fertilizer drill cultl ators dishes of all kinds a stands of bees j5 bushels ot potatoes plow 2cookinglode plow double hovel Loves 1 range good as new 2 heating toves 1 full suit of furniture I odd dress cr 21 bushels of onion 48 chair carpets table 1 extension table and many other hlngs too numerous to mention Terms known on day ot sale Ladles are inD J Riasnrlmade Chandler Auct Crab Orchard Ky Now Fall Dross Goods We have gotten our first shipment of skirts and they arc pretty too We are showing thorn in Panama Granite Rain Proof Broadcloth Etc The styles are pretty anti very full Let us show you the new ono y a a TOL1EL r We have decided to give this weeks safe on something everybody needs and now while our stock is most complete come and make your purchases for future use at PRICES you can never expect to buy them at again 100 Satin Damask Towels 75c 50c Satin Damask Towels 38c 25c Hemstitch Huck Towels 19c lOc Plain Huck Towels 8c Prices For Ibis Week Oijly I John P Jones LADIES Our Fall Style Shoes have arrived They are Beauties Come in and see them You know the PRETTIEST SHOES Come from CUMniNS MCLARY II CRITERION You know what it if hardly a man in tho county who has not worn ono or more CRITERION Suits There is not u line of Clothing made today moro universally worn aiuUbet ter suited to the Kentucky trade than tho CRITERION They ore in a class unto tnemwlvea when it comes to fitting about the BREAST NECK and SHOUDERS Our tock is in Look nt it i H J McROBBKTSStanford Kentucky i1 r IT THEJNTEKIORJOlNAL Entered n the pott o ice at Stanford at teiondelaii matt- eraubllahaTu ieava aD4 Fs11av e T 1 PERYEARCASH fltr When not sopatdea00 will bsoaartsa i o- s fKNQXYILLE DIVISION lWpoi f10am lll am rio13II MMpm k 1NEW LIVERY STABLE I W BUSES Zr S3N Prone ItsJUNCTION CITY KY i FlutCUsj Turnout at Seasonable Rates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men t and Hay For Sale f I J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv t Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates AUo Dealers InGall on us on Depot Street Goal Jesse W Sweeney raoroiKToR Livery Food and Salo StaUo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates PaJl Traijlor DEALIR IS Wftlsk Brandu Wines Bee Gloars Etc Carpenter House Oloi to Depot STANFORD Ky1 Prclllpt attention Nothing but the b o toertnko an1rllte cr telegraph orders recely vrcaptatteoeon 1TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets mattings oil clotn rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens pane pirtolst doors glass table chairs sates wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets amps chiffon iers folding beds washing machines wring erl wall paper carret paper trunks tel I scopes carriage house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE G CO p I Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky I AI persons wishIng to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell Liver sIt In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky R B Mahouy insurance flied Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties of flncoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Companies represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone U- 2Stanford Kentucky Dragging Pains k 2325 Keels St CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb severe pains through the groins I suf fered at the time of men struation had blinding headache and rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but 1 had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using bottles I was a well woman 4 OMHn Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the patient she is on the road to health I For advice in cases requiring directions giving AdvisoryBepartment Medicine WiNE 1C RDUI I mo R C WARREN oeunJIJAS P BAILE- YI t a cmJUate fw rtdtctton ajjnf tile Uncolo County Court object k toe cttM of tkt Desiecf puny rTHOMAS D NEWALND 8R abJNGEORGE W DepORD- Is a canaldato for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject N Us anion of the democratic party T JEFF HILL Sft subjeIsct JESSE C LYNN subjectIacnen to SAMUEL M OWENS wbJG t DINK FARMER subjectIbe to JAMES C HAYS Is s candldats fsr Jailer subject te We attlen of the Itaocratlc party W h HERRIN Is a un1lJal tor Jailer takject to th acil a ef the I ItmocraHc party I MEREDITH E PRUITT hI candidate Cor Superintendent s f Public Schools sf LlncssQ County sibfect te the acU a tf the dune erotic patty MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent ef Public Scheals of LJnceta county street to the adieu sf the demo cratle patty GARLAND SINGLETON SuperintendentPublic ofl0 ac lion of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSO- NIs candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub partyrGEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub pct to the action of the democratic patty eDC ALLEN b suJonEMMETT MCORMACK b sacjectW A CARSON- Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sac Jctto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y suntofKt JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Iacandidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Llncotp county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to tiro action of the democratic party IAW CARPENTER- Is a candidate for ConrreM subject to the onto of the IroWWdon party SEED FOR SALE I Blue Orats Seed and Bred Rye for cal- L e 0 Dunn tit tlalemK- yFarm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to sell privately mv farm of 170 acres located In Irnproremenbtrullwhole or divide Small house on lower part O B BARNETT Hustonvlllo Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODIAUXS1M FnrnItnreMattlngeRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUO- SJ + C+ cGbMY AltEOil t3e siadrds2eQ t6I ebt19 EMBALMER And DealearIn O HARNESS SADDLSSY C Stanford Ky oaLA y rft +isartdaNc a LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes L Co told to J M Carter Sr 118 ewe at M 26 M 0 Kennedy told to Price Broe a mule colt for 16SIkisle J and bulls See L M Bruce Stanford Icy- act FOR SALE 15 1100 pouud cattle good onei Robert Rankin Hedge villaeNine 1400pound steers and one good Jersey milk ooa for tale Jos Ballon Stanford Terbune Brown bought a carload of mules at Lawrenceburg at an aver age price of 140 Heavy purchases of wheat for the Eastern markets are being made on the Pacific coast A G end J M Craig of Rockcastle told to W B Burton at Lancaster yes titday three good horses at 1105 R L Hubble bought at Lancaster yesterday a lot of mule cotta at ISO to + TO and several aged mules at 1100 to 1125A J Hayden formerly of this coon ty but now of Garrard has bought the Situ Moore farm of 220 acres near Dan ville at 17040 Russell EUes of Columbia Tenn bought a number of weanling mules In Niobolaevllle at prices ranging from SAO to IS6 Rue L Curry have sold the Soper farm located on the Blue Grass pike 3J miles from Danville at SDO per acre The place contains 210 acres FOR SALE2b or 30 black thoroughbred muly cows and heifer three to tour years old Dont want to winter them J J Thompson Preachers vllle 4t Beldame favorite In the betting at 1 20 won the second Special one an a halt miles at Graveaend defeating the beet of the handicap horses now In training In the East J M Terry of Harrison county sold a yearling jack which secured the Out premium at the Worlds Fair to J F Dootf of Lexington for the exception ally high price for a yearling of II 100Five thousand Tennessee and Ken tucky tobacco planters and their friends met at Guthrie and organized for bet ter prices end to fight the trust Pro ident Charles N Fort of the Clarks vtlle DlstrlctTobacco Growers Asa o elation presided For the big Lexington trou of Oct 4 to 14 during which 100000 In stakes KeDb tucky Trotting horse Breeders Asso elation has secured half tare on o Kentucky railroads and has reengag ed the famous Weber Band the prize band of America HORSE AND MULE SALE J F Cook- S Co will have another big sale at Lexington Wednesday Oct 12 when they will dlspoie of 360 horses and mules The horses consist of Perch eron mares and geldings and broke horses and the mules of aged twoyear olds and yearlingsCLANCASTER COURT There were some 60 or 00 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday and as buyer and seller were far apart not many of them changed bands I M Bruce bought a good bunch of stoppers at 3a Too mule market was lively and a large number of mule colts sold at 140 to S76 Aged mule were In demand at 8100 to S1SO Few If any horses changed heads STOMACH DOSING WILL NOT CURE Only Way to Cure Catarrh is by Breathing Hyomei Ask any physician if catarrh Is a blood disease and he will tell you that It iadiseased condition of the mucous mem brance and that it cannot be cured by blood purifiers pills tablets or other forms of Stomach dosing The only sensible and scientific way of curing ca tarrh is br the use of Hyomei Breathed for a few minutes four or five times a day through a hard rubber inhaler that is so small that it can be carried in the vest pocket Hyomei will absolutly destroy nit catarrhal germs and cure the disease Penny one of the most reliable firms In Stanford jiving his per sonal guarantee with every package of Hyomei hjl sells that it will eflect a cure or ho will return the money lie has had scores of reports of remarkable cures of both acute and chronic caws of oa ItpomefYHyomei outfit costs aI and comprises an inhaler a bottle of Hyomei and a dropper The inhaler will last a lifetime and additional bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for SOS 1 ho amount of life Insurance held in Boston is S5U3700000 or about 81000 for every man woman and child In the city These figures do not Include the large amount of life Insurance carried In the fraternal assessment societies which have a stronger hold In Boston than in any other city In the union the headquarters of several of the more prosperous fraternal Insurance organi zations being located there To the World Fair via Queen L 1 Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W O Rlnearson G P AI Cincinnati G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky I Onehalf of the business tcciloo of Mrolo4Ia was wp rug tiv rre To Live In Peace A woman may accept a man Ic baste but man chooses his wife at leisure It Is to be supposed that when a man ask a woman to marry him ho his decided that he can not live without her he cant live without her It Is certainly his duty to do his best to live with her This Is not always as easy as It sounds Here are a few sample rules for the wise husband It your wife frowns at you mlle at herIf she smiles at you laugh with her If she Is angry soothe her Is she Is gracious thank her It she Is wise praise her If she Is economical commend her If she Is extravagant explain to her It she sacrifices her pleasures for you be generous with her It she Is beautiful appreciate her If she cook well compliment her It she Is lonely stay at home with her If she Is tired tend her If she doubts you be frank with her If she deceives you be harsh with her If she Is saucy kiss her If she Is rood adore her PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CTnuiMt ud t bate INtTI OoMotrcr I a IIUl M DnwfWj I LUMBER WANTED I I want to bur staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D H 0 Peyton The Calvert Miss Willie K Hooker 1Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Produce Wanted I elCKtheDsbe convinced at II D Northcotts Stanford Ky FARM FOR RENT I milsvllle on the Danville k nustonvlllo pike containing 9M arM Gallon JAMES I MOORE 1 Junction OUT Kv SAWMILL COMPLETE FOR SALE IIhave a complete saw mill running now In good order for sale 39 horsepower boiler and engine Will sell at a bargain KHI take small cub payment and balance 1Iwill take In sawing J L JOHNSON Agt Klngsvllle Ky A S PRICE larcom Dentist iUmford Ky Omaovn UoBatxru Drue Store ta the Ovtltj WuUo11DII For Sale Privately My IIOSMW and II acre of lead stttiatod Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has T rooms kitchen and set Cants room good cellar tale and all neoeaeCryontbulldings Water hydrant In yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only 18 I use the best ef paints and varnishes and guarantee my SomI see ray House painting and pnper hsnrlnr cheaply and satisfactorily done J J HELDBV Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone tae FOR SALE I A small bluegrass farm new house with seven rooms all necessary outbuilding nice young orchard The farm Is In a high state of cultivation Situated near lI vllle Iloylti county Ky For particulars address or dealt on J A Rice Mnrksbury orS E Rice Danville Ky FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm for sale on Danville and Stanford pike S mllea from Stanford con taining SO acres of land Good young areti ard of two acres with a splendid variety of fruit truce Hood cistern and never fatliag springs Locust post enough to fence n See sero House has four rooms kitchen back Necessary outbuildings Etc Cull on or address W L Dawson Stanford CHAS JOHNSON LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Old Smiley Stand MORELAND KENTUCKY Prices Iteasonable Call and see me Phone at Residence IRON FENCRCH- EAPER THKN WOOD Coo Sin eAgtVI STANFORD KY 4 Kentuckys Great Trotsf JISTAlE OCT 4Z4 4 10 P M It II J R Pailon J n Owilsr B II Shanks W O Oeo W Carter J B Potter W R L w II Shanks 100000 21000 FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 3000 CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 40 GREAT RACES GREATEST PROGRAMME FAMOUS BAND- Half Rates All Railroads LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL CAPITAL Directors Goochd Hubble OFFERED STOCK 1JBOOOO Successors to The Farmers Rank 1 Trust Company and under sans maD continuouslytor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National I Bank Of Stanford Ky I Capital Stock JSOOOOj This institution was orl u the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1131 then reoraDhed as the National Dank of Stanford Fn tlU and again reorganised as the First National Baik of Stanford In lilt having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It Is bettrsupplied now with facilities for traosCI- DIt buslneasromptly and well than ever before In 1U loot honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited rnsEi Grand Concerts Dilllg W 5000 TltANSYLVANIAI k EVER wEBERos on BANK Walker Officers i n SHANKS Pre l iBi J B OW9LKT Cashier 4 M 4 W K niUOflT Asst Cashier M ea Oftlairs J 9 HOOKER BT Hullns V J J MOBODEUT8 W II WEAUENAsst Obr DlreotorsI r Rata Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 9 Hoaker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney It D fflmoro 8taofordift F 8 II au T P Ilttl Stanford Jas Boblnseo J II Rsegbman lIubblIJ M Pttui Bd 0trUr IMPORT SHIPMENT n Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates everJbrought TO town Buying from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers CEORCE H HARRIS c COt J Stanford Kentucky Ttye Straightest Road Is The Shortest RoadIj If you want pure drugs come to us fflRST v Wo understand what purity is mill how oa sontial it is in our business Wo dont toler ate adulterations or makeshifts tithe desire I to have our goods pure and the knowledge to guide us in selecting them frees you Trout allarisk You want to buy pure drugs wo want o sell them w Dr W N Craig Pharmacist yr Stanford Kentucky t v SChoOl SUpplieS and school BOOKS asasetsIfo W B McRoberts Pmtft Stanfordj DRUGGIST STANFORD y 1 t