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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL xxxir STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER Qu 1904 3PM NO 62 u u u u Large Infirmary Needed In Stanford To the honorable Board ot Counoll men of the city ot Stanford nod the Lincoln county Fiscal court Win not this body of Councilmen and tbo Ascsl court of Lincoln county take rone or more thouand dollar worth of took In a new Infirmary or hospital to be built to Stanford in the near future 2nd Will you not exempt this Dew ho pltal from taxation y Other town and countle have kindly taken stock contributed largely sod annually to the building and support of Inland oILy hoipltalt 3rd Toe JOAepb Prloe Infirmary bat n beet In oxUtenco for nine uGerul year and bat contributed freely to tbe diMrvIng poor In board nartlng Qed aloe ana turglcal drostliK and meal oal and turglcl bill lib A new Infirmary or hospital I much osded la Stanford aid with the proper frroaodi and building would to leU tustalnlog and bung mach ave ic to the town sad to the butloMt OMB 6th Aw building tout would do justly to die olty of Stanford ud rase t the demaad at the sick and Injured In tide part of the State wooid OMI too tBMh roo oy to be built aid owned bra private lodlrtdaal All she uirnplkai- lI and rallroadi lull to Stanford ttth Stanford I jeoerapkloally llu ated ID the right place for a large aDd tuooeiifal boopltal betllli 101 mUll from LouUvtllo 114 from Cincinnati 200 from Kooxvllle about 880 from Gbattanooita and bat a suOJoloot own bar of reputable turReont physicians sad tpeolallttt competent killed and equipped to give all the oecetsary up update treatment that OlD be had In the far away cltle- 7ib r The pure country air water food tttothloe hade and rural land eape are curative and would be of In estimable aiyantago over tbe dirty cloudy and unolean cltle I 8th The rich people have an abun dint opportunity to oootrloute to a new hospital Iti private room or ward and aid In a great publlo enterprise and i luting benefit to Stanford and Lincoln e0l1aL1iTbo rich are constantly seeking veitmenu that will do the most toad r and pay tbo ben In the eod Some prefer farm bank stock other C S bond while many prefer to Rive to I home State foreign sad school ml sloes but the men and women who want to do tbe most good In tbt world land la bo pltali InBrmarle and dl pen aret that tbe rloh and poor may v have the belt medical and surjjltal treatment at the lea texp aie Wealth Inherited U so often spent U txtrava canoe dlnlpatlon and litigation Instead of expending hundreds and t tbouiand of dollar In extravagant funerilt monuments why not lotIn boipllalt and inQrmarle that will living monument to yor memory JIIn life ac well as In death and do the I groateit good to the greatest number Though we have all the ohrltllan vir Wes yet without charity we are at j sounding bra and tinkling cymbals Public and private tub erlptloni car 9 be left with the editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL or to a spcclel committee Tho churches of the town or county could combine their flnanee and take onnor more room or wards The I Masons Odd Follow Knight PltbU aod Maocabee would be able to combine and keep or own one or more rooms or ward Riots people could do likewise and have the rooms or wards roamed for them Some Indi vidual order or church could contrlb I ute an ambulance another a hone and l harness or the young and middleaged people could give suppers concert or- t good theatrical play to help build a new hospital A now and larger In r flrmary or boapltal with an ambulance II now a neoe lty to Stanford and Lin cola county It has been demonstra- tedI In the past that such an institution would be ielfutalnlng with the prop er management We are commended j by the Great Physician to make tbo blind tee the deaf hear the dumb v speak the lathe walk the bait leap for joy and ho that U sick take up his bed f and walk and to feed tbe hungry and cold clothe tho naked give drink to the thirsty and visit the tick Right hero In Stanford Is the place to have home and foreign missions by bullllng a new Infirmary and keep the money hi I I+ homo whore It will do the moL good and be protected A trained nurse la very costly In a private home The sick can go to a good homo Infirmary be cured In a shorter time with leas money and actual expense to family then be dole at homo with a trained ourao at three or more dollars per day In addition to the pbyelclan bill An Infirmary is a necesUy to Stanford and Lincoln county because It Is Ilea graphically In the right place and all roads to Stanford and the servant question being an unsolved problem for all time to come help being uncertain the wires And daughters husbands and cons buy and over worked oven without elckncts In the home make a new and commodious Infirmary or hospital imperative and essential to tbo bus Intcrcita and welfare of our pea rteJ0 nET lrJ1te Crab Orchard Rev J 0 Jones will preach at tbe BapUt church next Sunday at tho must hour Mr Kittle King has received her fall millinery end will be pleated to hove her friend call aod see It Tbe Ladles Aid Society of the Dap List church are having tbo church re- papered aod have bought handsome cew lamp Do not forget to have Miss Qettla Harris order your Delineator Ladle Home Journal McCall Christian Herald etc nettle Eiarrl Mr Dabn has moved his family Into hie new cottage on the Somerset road Mesdames W K Buchanan and Emma Farris aro with friends at Brodbcad Mesdames Ellen Hueitli and James P Holdam visited friends In Lancas ter Tuesday MJt Annie Bronaugh Is a IlIIt of MU Williams at London this week Rev R B Mahony was with friend hers Tuesday Misses Addle and Mar garet Holme am vfaltlng Richmond friend Miss Aanlo Hutchison Is vis Ittng relatives at Jellloo Mr James Offiley and daughter Miss Alma of Roaohdale mod were guests at tbe Cover Hotel recently Miss Lloa Kennedy wee a guestof Mr Samuel Hardln and Miss Birdie J W Jam made a short business trip to Cincinnati tail week Miss Roxle Reynolds eldett daugh ter of Mr Sam Reynolds and Forretl Foley were married at the home of Rev J O Livingston Miss Exle Reynolds and Mr M Condor Mist Ora Foley and Mr F Kennedy and Mr Bettlo Adams and B DoBord ac companied them Mrs Mary Bronaugh and grand daughter Miss Annie Bronaugb will visit relative In Madison Meadimel J W James and A Addam are enjoy loll the wonders of the World Fair Miss Ella Smith Is visiting In Koox vllle Miss Annln Middleton and Earl Bakor are attending tchool at Stanford Mr J B Wllllt and MI t Kate Redd will leave In a few days to attend tbe Worlds Fair Mrs J C Cook of In dlana will visit her mother Mrs M Gormley next month Mesdames J W Guest and E Farris will make a vl lt to Louisville relatives shortly Dr W J ISdmUton has returned from McKinney and reports bit little neph ew Beanie Kate somewhat Improved but continue III of diphtheria Mr Cbappoll continues quite sick CHURCH MATTERS Rev George Green of Covlngton has been called to tbe Baptist church of Liwrenceburg He will takecbarge of the work Nov 1 The revival at Blltabetbtono con duoted by the Rev M Ham which had been to progroas for a fortnight oloed with 126 conversions Rev J W UAUIS will preach at Walton Opera Uouie next Sunday morning at 1045 oclock and each Sun day morning thereafter until tbe work being done on the Interior of the Chris plan church Is completed Sunday school will alto be held there at the us ual hour 030 A M By order ot tbe General Assembly Sabbath School Day will be observed at the Pre brterlao church Sunday Everybody cordially Invited to be pre ont There will be special exercises by the children The pupils of tbe Sunday school are to meet at the church Saturday afternoon at 4 o flock A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting Mm to tile and n I nt for life IS miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds W IT Brown of Loosville lud endured deaths gonicti from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now steep roundly every night Like marvelous lures of consumption pneumonia bron chilis coughs colds and grip prove Its tnatchleis merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and f1 Trial bottles freo at Pennys Drug Store Marriage Is proving the worst of failures in Ohio So far thin year 0443 suits for divorce bavo been tiled and 4330 decrees granted On July 1 there were 11303 applications pending Such a etato of affairs Is appalling to ontemplateWhat Is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it it under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain re sults Irregular living moans derange rent of tho organs resulting In consti pation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings Now Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 26o I Pennya Drug Store NolltlDh1 ho show you a good time Belle Well ho took me down to the City Hall and let me look at tho oink I 7 t To Tho Voters of Lincoln Coun ty I have no claim to make at do tome of my opponents I make no appeal to churches nor fraternal organization neither do I claim that any one is un der any obligations to me more than I am to them nor do I claim that tho democratic party It under any obliga lions to me I have always been a strong advocate of democratic prince and ever expect to be simply from honest convictions I have always con tributed to campaign funds when call ed on never failed to vote for the nom laces of the party and yet I have no claims to make I have always believed the principles advocated by the party to be right I am not a demo oraL for popularity or gain neither will I do my fellowami a favor expecting something In return I kindly lollolt tbe support of every voter not became I feel that you are under any obllga Lions to me but merely because I neat the olllce and It takes your vote to win We are all entitled to our view politically and religiously I am not asham ed of my religious view nor my politi cal view I am acuated from princi pie In all my acts and If that doesnt wlo I will throw up the sponge and quit I expect to show my face to everyman In the county If possible bellev Log my face looks as well as any picture that 1 could have made I have never teen one yet that I thought much of In fact one man told me to just look natural and I would win not to bavo any pictures made It would beat me sod I have decided to take his advice I have no money to buy the office Some of my opponents say they have II more than any body to pay for votes If I had money1 I would not need any ottlce and dont think a man with plenty of money should ask for U I feel that I am at familiar with the value of tbe lands and other kinds of property as any man Don t think any man would aspire for an offlco that he was not competent to till and If tbe rood people of tbe dear old county of Lincoln will support me on the 3rd day of December I will be very thankful and will try In every way posilble to bow them my appreciation Your truly D C ALLEN NEWS NOTES Melson Faught aged 84 suicided all Pltuboro Sod George Cross a well known Louie vllio oltlien was found dead In bed Greater New York le threatened with the worst typhoid fever epidemic In Its history The will of the late Mrs Sarah Pot ter of Boston contain public bequests of over 81000000 Tbo horse sad buggy stolen from John Grelner Louisville Sept 0 has been found In St Louis Mill G Barlow the original Uncle flack Joe ot the minstrel stage Is dead In Now York City Four trainmen were killed and one fatally scalded In a wreck on the Ca nadian Grand Trunk railroad Liquors valued at 100000 belonging to Crlgler ds Crigler of Covlngton were seized by the Federal authorities At Elktnont Springs Teon George and Lewis Hargrove brother were killed by chokedamp while working In a wellElmer Bier of Bethel 0 wee acci dentally shot and killed In a hooting gallery In Cincinnati by Miss Mamlo Cob tor- Valuable oil paintings of Emperor Nicholas were mutilated at the Russian exhibit at the Worlds Pair and the features of the Emperor were defaced Acting Gov Thorne pardoned Ell Collins of Lotchcr county serving a llfo sentence for murder Collins had served 10 years He was sent up with hi brother for tho save oiTense Dr John L Howard was fined 1300 at Salem Ind for contempt of court In violating an Injunction restraining him from pumping wells that tapped the underground How of the French Lick Spring At the solicitation of Mm James Mulligan who fears that other attempt at killing her and her daugh ter will be made guards have been placed around the Mulligan home by the Lexington authorities Louisville day at the Worlds Fair was an unqualified success The crowds were larger than anticipated the weather was good and the program was carried out In faultless manner Frost dent Francis assisted In making the occasion memorable Bucklens ArnicaSolve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salvo lo tion ointment or balm for cuts corns burn boils sores felons ulcers totter salt rheum fever sores chapped hands iktn eruptions infallible for plies Cure guaranteed Only 23c at Pennys the druggist CH- MATRIMONIAL Wesley Reynolds and Miss Maude Surba of tbe Fishing Creek section of Casey eloped to Helenwood Tennu and were married Andrew Tucker and Miss Addle Holmes boh of the Eaet End drove to Danville Wednesday and were joined In wedlock holy bond The groom an excellent young man and is a ton of Mr W T Tucker BII bride who It a daughter of Mr T M Holme Is an exceedingly pretty and popular young woman The INTERIOR JOURNAL joint their host of friends In wishing them along happy and useful mtrrled life A very pretty double wedding took place at tho Methodist parsocageTues day morning In the presence of tho pas tora family Miss Annie Pence and friends of both brides and groom Rev P J Ross officiating The contract lag parties were P J Brown and Miss Annie Yeakey B M Brown and Miss Myrtle Cox The grooms are from Lan caster being brothers Mlts Cox Is from Lancaster and Miss Yeakey from Hubble They left on the 1 oclock train for St Louis to attend the fair In tbe Christian church at Huston vllle which was beautifully decorated for the occasion at high noon Wednesday Mr Charles F Montgomery of Liberty and Miss Mary A Carpenter of Hustonvllle were made husband and wife In the pretence of a large ariem blage of friend The ceremony which was simple but most appropriate was said by Eld J Q Montgomery lather of the groom The attendants on the happy occasion were Dr R A Jones ol this place and Mice Pearl Montgom ery of Liberty and Mr Jesse Carpen ter and Mist Susie Frve of Huston vllle Mitt Pearl Rout of Hustonvllle was the maid of honor and Mr George C Montgomery brother of the groom wee the best man Tbe ushers were Menr Val Morse E C Moore Hawk Bishop and Dr O S WIlliams Mr C W Adam hidden from view by the elaborate decorations charmingly ren dered Mendelssohn wedding march After the ceremony the bridal party and a large number of friends repaired to the brides home and enjoyed a mag nificent breakfast moat elegantly serv ed This over Mr and Mrs Montgom ery drove to Danville and caught the through train for Cincinnati and thence to the World Fair at St Louis They will be gone tome time after which they will return to Liberty and take room at the Stagg Hotel The bride was gowned In a creation of snowy white and wore a bridal veil Her beauty showed to splendid advantage and the concensus of opinion was that the was a moat lovely and lovable bride She la a charming young WOe nan and Mr Montgomery friends are congratulating him on winning her heart and hand The groom is a prom neat young attorney a splendid busi tees man and a gqntleman In all the word Implies No young man in Caeey stand higher or is more deservedly popular That their union be full of happlnets and their lives full of use tuiness Is the with of their host of friends Including the writer HUBBLE Arthur Hubble It on the tick Hit J C Eubankt and wife are back from the Worlds Fair Charles and Nan ole Boston are visit Ing In this community Some new corn has been sold In the community at 82 In crib Robert Sloan baa built a mule barn and pumps water from the river Into It Dr Hiokle reports Higgles Alcorns son out of danger He has typhoid fe verTbe Christian church will have Its organ ready for service Sunday after noon Bro Brooke will conduct the song service L P Weaver has built a new cistern at his stock barn Joab Rfgney was on the market a few dIve ago with a lot of Casey county cattle Mr John Con ley of Wayne visited his daughter Mrs Robert Sloan John Robinson weighed uo his fat cattle to Johnson of Danville at 14 SO Joe Bratton sold his hogs to Will LIl lard at 8515 L G Bubble sold a pair ot work mules to James Dunn for 8376 A number of parties In this section have sold their bay at 11 per ton on caret the mountain trade Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and ilestitute Such in brief was the condition of an old sot dier by name of J J Havens Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kid ney disease and neither iloctorslnor med icines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet In short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only Me Guaranteed by Penny the Druggist Harvard University began the 209th I year of It 1 rxlstonco J u QrnaeDANVILLE Fall and Winter Dry Goods Wo now have ready for your inspection the largest and roost complete line of Dry Goods and Ladies Furnishings to be seen In Central Kentucky Wo have a resident buyer in Now York who keeps us in constant touch with tho market both as to now styles and prices Anything now coming outis reported to us at once so you can always be sure to find the very latest and best in our st e- kREADY =TO=WEAR Tailored Suits More than 300 suits now in stock embracing all the most approved shapes for this season such ns Tourist Louis XV Blouses Vest Pronto tight and onehalf tight coats etc All these are strictly man tailored of host nil wool materials prices range from 10 t0850 Suits for children of 10 12 and 14 years at 8750 and u- pSEPARATE SKIRTS The largest assortment of really new shapes ever in this section different styles front any that you will see elsewhere and prices are lower than any where all colors and prices from 84 up CLOAKSN- ow wraps for ladies and children Ja every now shape and in great varie ty of prices RAINCOATS The must popular garment of the season as well as the most stylish and practical Wo are showing a line at 815 that you will not seo anywhere at loss than 520TO are exclusive agents for the celebrated JeM Go English raincoats the best in the world SILK WAISTS Made of the new Chiffon Taffeta which is non creasible and very soft and lustrous in many now styles at 83 to 89 Silk Petticoats Very special values at 5 S6 87 88 andup Made absolutely correct and perfect fitting and of the very best grades of dress tafieta silk Sorosis Petticoats Made of fine light weight satteens anti spun glass These urn made with yoke allure made ua carefully and fit and hang as well as finest silk skirts prices aro 1 to 2bO New FursWo made a very careful study of the Fur market in Now Yorkand se cured tho very Lost values wo have over shown our tmdePo show about 800 pieces of Minks Sablo Fox Isabella Fox Wolf Martens Hear OPos sums eta with Mufls to Match at prices ranging front 1 to S 4011o will eavo you ono tlinci FursLadies HatsWo have the very best and latest New York hats at every priuo from 75c up to Sift Wo carry full lines of 1liipps Atchison and Gage Bros cel ebrated hats Fancy trimmed hats nt every price readytowear hats front 750 up Ostrich Feathers at price but little over one half usual prices New Waistings The new highclass English Viyella flannel in stripes figures and plain colors at 7c guaranteed by makers not to fade or shrink in washingsilk and wool flannels at SOc mercerized poplins a porfcct imitation of fine silks at 40e per yard chiffon tafieta plaid nod fancy silks at all prices Q1mrrlr- r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON THE democratic managers bave been n llltlo slow opening up the campaign but they will make up for lost time beginning October 3 when Goy Beck ham at Frankfort and a thousand other eloquent speakers In the various die trlote of the State will net the ball 1 tootlon U will be a solid movement against the rank of the enemy and there will be no ceemlon of the good work until the polls close In November Although the repunllcaos are showing no signs of life and have practically conceded the State to the democrat Chairman Eager and hit associates of the campaign committee are going to labor as bard as If the State were de batable ground It will be a bear warming message to democrats every where when Kentucky goes 10000 for Parker and Davis IN 1890 Bryan received 170 electoral votes Judge Parker U sure to carry every State that be carried To them add the 3B votes of New York and the 12 votes of Kentucky which went for McKinley and It will give him 221 votes just 15 short of the 239 require to elect If he carries Indiana he will be the next president If he carries West Virginia and Wisconsin he will win In fact there are a dozen differ eDt probabilities that make It easy to forecast a democratic victory CHIEF JCSTICE BURNAM of the Kentucky court of appeals will not be a candidate again nor will his name be submitted to the judicial convention In Lexington October 3 to nominate a candidate against Judge Cantrlll says a dispatch Of course he will not run and Judge Burnam shows his good judgment In not letting his party use Him as a tool He would stand about as much show to defeat Judge Cantrlll as a snow ball would to retain Its shape In the plutonlan regions LIEUT Gov THORNS Is doing just what be said bo would i e abusing the pardoning power Three pardons Is sued to vicious criminals In the last few days and one of them to a brute who killed his daughter and shot his wife ought to make Gov Beckham hurry back to Frankfort and take charge of things Mr Thome Is too tenderhearted to have control of the pardoning power THE court of appeals upneld the validity of the last general assembly providing for the Issuing of registration tcerUIcatel to voters and the extension of registration to all Incorporated towns In the Commonwealth Judge i Makoy special judge In the Kenton circuit court held that the law was t unconstitutional TUE Lexington Democrat which Is 4never satisfied unless It Is outdoing Its competitors a block or so Is now pre to get out an Industrial edition r fMessrspromIeee to be a thing of beauty Walton and Guy of St Louie experienced men in the business are r doing the work Ii HON R W MILLER of Richmond la a candidate for Speaker of the House at Frankfort and the INTERIOR would like mighty well to tJOURlAL gratified It would be I Indeed bard to find a better man for Speaker 1PoolPostmaster General Henry C Payne Is seriously III In Washington The betting In New York Is 11000 to f ernor 1900 that Herrick will be elected Gov United States Senator George F Hoar of Massachusetts Is dead after a long lllnesi Charlie Sommen of the Ellaabetb town News will make the race for State SenatorIFrancis Burton Harrison of New York Is said to have contributed 150 030 to the democratic campaign fund The republican committee of Fay ette county decided to put out a full ticket for county and municipal offices William H Taft Roosevelts Secre tary Of War Is not coming to Louis ville to speak for the republican tick It et- I The primary to nominate a candidate for State Senator in the Mercer Frank lin Anderson district will be held Nov 8thHon G G Gilbert will fill Senator f Blackburns appointment at Harrods burg Russellvllle Monday The latter will speak at I Thomas E Watson popull t candi idatefor president suffered a physical after closing his address at Jackson Miss and had to be conveyed in a carriage to bis hotel Hoc Frank Johnson In a card to the democrats of Franklin county with draws from debating jointly with his opponent Senator E H Taylor JrI He charges that Taylors friends have attempted to Intimidate him Henry G Davie the democratic nominee for Vice President has art ranted for an extended speaking tour ID West Virginia The start will be made from Baltimore on October 10 will be accompanied by Senator litHe lel David B Hill and William P I a Whyta Senator A P Gorman will 3 be with the party at Intervals l IMIDDLEBURG and Mrs Fannie Johnson of Butchlnson Kansas were the guests of Mrs R H Jeter Reports from the bedside of Prof I S Flannlgan of Liberty are very encouraging with excellent chances of recovery Four children are on the mend Business In general Is good consider log the time of year and a presidential hogstare bringing satisfactory prices Fodder pulling and sorghum making is theiorder of the day with the farm ers The tobacco crop in Casey while not very large is nevertheless of ex cellent quality and of good yield Dr J M Haney of this city tells the writer of the sudden death of Thos White one of Caseys most prominent citizens which took place at his homo on Sloan Fork near Mintonvllle a few days ago Mr White was a good citizen and sterling democrat The election often for Mlddleburg precinct In the coming November elec Lion are T S Benson dem judge Sam Clements rep judge J R Wilson dem sheriff and E A Wesley rep clerk All are good and honest men which means an honest ballot and fair count In Mldbleburg at least Supt J C Lay Is an announced can didate for county attorney Mr Lay is now serving his second term as su perintendent of schools of Casey and has made an ideal cocnmlssloner He also had the honor of representing this Senatorial district at Frankfort aBa republican an honor no other republi can has enjoyed C L Pruitt and Jason Coffey have returned from Cincinnati where they went to buy fall and winter goods Mrs Belle Lawhorn Is In Louisville on the same mission Miss Jessie Coulter has been In St Louis the past few days seeing the big lair Edgar Miller of Covington who has lately secured a position with the C S ar fireman is spending a few days with his parents here Here and There The big battleship Connecticut was successfully launched at the Brooklyn navy yard Jobn Greener the Nashville turf man has sold Oiseau to Jobn Madden for 30000 J A Holt told his farm of 720 acres on Elkborn Creek in Franklin county to Ben F Suter for 65000 At Manchester James Farmer shot and killed Blalce Combs The men had been playing cards and a difficulty arose Rhode Island democrats In conven tion at Providence nominated a State tlbket headed by L F C Garvin for GovernorJ died at his home In Garrard county after a protracted III ness of tuberculosis He was about 35 and a eon of P G Warner of Mc CrearyJ Sharp Commonwealths attor ney returned from Cincinnati having married Miss Ida Ferris his former stenographer Sbarp was divorced on ly a few days ago WIlliamsburg die patchMr and Mrs Lee Riker have losued Invitations to the marriage of their daughter Miss Carrie Riker to Mr Frederick J Michel of Louisville on the evening of October 1Harrodf burg Herald Impressed with the architectural beauty of the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair a Texas man will build a home In exact reproduction of the New Kentucky Home and will occu py it with his handsome wife who is an ardent admirer of Kentucky OTTENHEIIL The corn cutting season Is about over with the farmer Wra Anderson bought a nice mart Leslie TUCker for 880 Epbralm James has been on the sick list but Is better at this writing- J A and C M James have bought a boiler and engine from B C Ander son for 8176 Eld J G Livingston baptized eight persons at Cedar Creek Sunday the result of two weeks preaching at Pine Grove church Some scoundrel tore Joe Colemana gate oil the hinges and threw It on the pike and If Mr Coleman finds out the man Mr Ike Herrln will get another boarderWm Anderson has bought a grist mill for 1200 and will be prepared In the near future to grind and solicits givehisopenedbeginning intersectingthepike near K D Noakes Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken is too largo or the quality too rich sour stomach in likely to follow and especially so Ifthe digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse between meals and when you feel a full ness and weight in the region of the atom ach after eatlngtake OhsmberUIoeStom ach and Liver Tablets and the sour stow ach may be avoided For sale by all Druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J B Barbee of Cmpbellsvllle bas bought for 110000 the Conover Hotel atColumbiaBusiness generally was suspended In Bell county during the funeral of Col D G Colson A stranger worked Mark Hurdln of the Catching Hotel London for 170 and a weeks board Charles F Price has resigned as secretary of the Louisville race course and Lyman Davis was elected In his steadWilliam Wheat of Monroe county was kicked In the stomach by a mule from the effects of which be died soon afterwardJoe of Junction City passed though town with 16 fine jack which ho had bought In Tennessee and lower counties Casey News While sitting In a dentists chair at Lancaster Mrs Wright wife of Geo Wright a wellknown contractor was suddenly stricken with paralysis and Is In a dangerous condition The higher court affirmed the judg ment of the Whitley circuit court in the case of W tot Reynolds agalpst the Commonwealth The appellant was given four sears In the penitentiary for manslaughter In the killing of Ira E SteelCol David G Colson former Con grossman from the llth district and Colonel of the Fourth Kentucky regi ment during the Spanish American War died at MIddiesboro Tuesday night Col Colson had been In poor health for several years though his death was unexpected He was taken suddenly ill the evening before with nervous prostration losing conscious ness about midnight and sank rapidly to the end He is survived by a wile mother one brother and several sisters When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab eta They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effects For tale by all Druggists For Sale and Rent I On account of Illhealth I wllliult farm ing and desire to sell all of my stock Vc on THURSDAY OCT 6 1001 Ten milk cows and calves 3 brood mires some No1 mule colts a lot of hops some goodbuckthing goes Household and kitchen furniture Also 8 yenrllor mules Sale will begin promptly at 9 oclock a m Farm sit uated on otanford Huitonvllle plkeoppo IteJ 8 Murphys MRS It D MCKINNEY McKinney PUBLIC SALE I myborneBpoonnlle pike on- THUU3DAY OCTOBER 6 1001 propertyAbouttwoyearolds and threeyearolds mainder cows calves and yearling betteraI about SOO hogs consisting of large hogs sows and pigs 1 pedigreed Poland China boar Hereford bull t large mare work plowdl00411andLowell Ky Nice Home For Sale Ii I wish to sell privately the spendld real dence on Logan Avenue Stanford whlsh has lust been completed Has four large roomswlde hall good dining room and bath room Building is a twodorr one and Is modern In every particular Oall at J M Phillip to see property n lUtonuA R A JONES DENTIST I Once In Myers Home Parlor Ihone 91 BO CARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY I Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH Having decided to quit the buggy bush new I will sell for the next e0 day at cost for cash a car load of llugglo Surreys Tbaetoni nod Backboards alto a lot of carne s They are nil the latent style and best make fart of the vehicle are rubber tired Come to tee me and Ret a her gain at once before they are all gone CUKTI8 COVER CrabOrchard Ky E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford PUBLIC SALE I At Jllddloburjr Ky on THPKBDAY OCTOBER 6 1MI As administrator of the estate of the late Major W Jones I will otter for sale U the highest and best bidder the following stock farming Implements etc 1 twoJ Arola mule 1 oneT0roli mule i suckling mute 14 good oaths 1 mare 1 buggy and harness 1 buekboard IB bales of 1 wheat drill 1 binder 1 mowing machine 1 roller 1 dlllC harrow I corn drill i cultivator 1 hay rake I box 1 corn shelter 1 wheat fan 1 cycle grinder some carpenter too fencing tools and other farming tools Alto two shotguns and an organ I will also sell 8 hal tit stock ID the Commercial Dank of Liberty Sale will take place at rest deoee of the late Major W Junes SI mile West of Mlddleburg Sale will begin promptly at 8 AI Term oatb- oUAlK L JONES Admr- lthldleburg Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confidant In saying I toprosent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and direOtoni I glte your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as Inex perienced men who are In the badness also have a nice line of fancy oheYlot- and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank ing you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor Why not preserve some of the lwnutifulsernc of Autumn No 2 Bulls Eyo Kodak Eastmans S 800 No 2 Punorntn for views Eastmans 1000 NoI Folding Pockot Eastmans 1000 No2 Folding Pocket Eastmiws 1500 Also a full line of supplies for these at ttsittttretstttte PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford Coding II Zero Weather In Time of Peace Prepare For War Dont roast your shins stud freeze your back this Winter but let me in stall a warm Air Furnace that will keep your rooms comfortable the came temperature all over and tue 50 per cent less fuel Roofing Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing Phone 110 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky TO FARMERS I 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 StanfordKy Till Crab Orchard Ky BE INQUISITIVE fir DO YOU KNOW that our facilities for buying goods cheap arc in a number of ways superior to our competitors DO YOU KNOW that our buyers are continually in the- market while the average merchant makes his semianntlal 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 Wily all this should interest you It menus for you lesstexpenditure for same quality and quantity as others oiler Let us show you how it is so you can join the ranks of Those Who Know Our principal Fall purchases vi11Iarrive this week Come and Find Out how we can save VatehdourTHE GRAND LEADEROW8LBY DIOIK WATTII Olll Abe M B Logy O Co S B Levy r I orBIr Is Now Open With a full lino of Clothing Dry Goods Dress Goods Xotimu Sboo Hie W y Goods sold cheapor than you over hoard of then la owuy owes you ens Paine the price and fake the footle Call sad tee what we hurt got Our price will surprise you l S Goldstein Prop f STANFORD KENTUCKY HUGH MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST lw That lirnnch of xieixo which deal with the y r its mmtoiuy and Alto itiun iu lIKAIni and diseaseCatury Dictionary It I use no MKDIC1XI2 either in examination or treatment of the eyed nor perform any SURGICAL operation tat simply emmet all defect of a 6 fraction with perfect ADJUSTED GLASSES Htw eueowdally filled several hundred pairs of glasses in Boyle and surrounding counUee will bo At I t St Asaph Hotel Sat Oct i Dr E M Murray phthalni ogi6t Home Office With Murray MiAdam Damill Ky The last retting place of your departed jl ones by the erection of n suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the best material V and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky C RMcCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HarnessFresh Produce r C9 R McCormack Hustonville T 1 O71rf Iwwi r 0 1 t l w owlow Iw LADIES NECKWEAR This bids fair to bo a big season 01 ladies fiuicy neckwear We are showing tho new Pull stylus in spangle not collars lute collars and capos no turn overt reminiscence stock collars Windsor tics are the fill Also Ju liotte collars HAIRPINS Wo are showing some entirely now things in Combs and Hair Pins u h 1 r l tr THE dwow STAMFORD KY i4jt 30 1001 ff t 1 WE have a large and alto nloo IIno of Box Paper Have added aobolo Mtorttnent of bond nod linen paper In fancy bOlO soiling for 50 coot Allo bate thetas papor at 40 36 and 2 on a box We tbtotc we can pleaio every nee Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS MR J n BUTT and wife pent set eral days In Loul llo Mn W O SIBBD U at Palmoutl with hls sister wbO li 111 MRS J W PaniUX It at tbo bedrid ol ber mother In Garrard Miss POLLY TRAVLOR li In Danvlll with Mil Clyde MoOtnnli TUB aged Mr W C Mien of Ca key li at the point of deatb Mns W 0 SiBBO li at Pltuburi with her fattier wbo It sick MR JAB MCKBCHNIB and wife aro r back from the World Fair MRS 38 UVT8LBY JR wbo bit bun III li slowly oQovaleiolnc 41189 ANNA Hawrrr cf Lebanoi J notion UTUIUDK Mill Clark Oeo tryp r Miss BMMA Owsurr li with ber sister Mn W P Wilts U Lexlng Mn ales lIloKIltCn OJvaos ll tllltlni her brother Mr S W Given at Mid J P KMOLBMAN went to Wednesday M Join ber MR LEVI MYBRB U at the bedildi J el bU brother W 0 foyers In Ibo West Bnd MRS U L DaoRY tt Sbarpiburcr li with ber parents Mr sod Mn A M Poland NEWS comes from Oweoiboro bal h a sod has arrived at the beme ot Mr George DIrk JOHN B MBMNOK came up tram Romeriel to aiuad the barlal of Mr JT Qarrli- MR B D ALDRIDOB of Lneauer spent several dayi wltb hit brother Mr S Q AldrldRe I MISS DH88IB DAW9OK kit raMroo from a vlilt to ber sister Mn 0 I 4Dorsey at Covlncton- MRBI O R OOLXNAX sad chlldrei are bask from a protraawd visit to ref aU nit at Jamestown X Y MRS WILL STOKB U IB Lexington Kith ber husband wbo U there build lag a barn for J P Cook k CD S NUB JOHN DINWIDDI and Mln Minnie Dlnwlddle of BalulUe arts visiting tba formers sister at Franklin KutottK an Pair W H U running his Nero In his ab f w B SMITH n w Mil Ion and J W Bales of Richmond were here yesterday returning from LebanonMR DKUMMKTT and wife ol Newport tt I are vliiUng his mother Mrs J W Brummett In tbe Sauf ey section MRS JAB P THOMPSON and little ron Jame Robert of Urteniburg are suiting her parents Mr and Mrs Milton Warren Missus NANNIE WOODS AND BBS HIE KAY BNOLRUAN lee tomorrow or Birmingham to eater Stephen Pol ock College ANDRUW BRIGHT bat gone to Le Men University near St Bethlehem enn ylvanla for a ponsradusto couwe Advocate MISS LVCY SCUDDBU of Richmond wbo has been wltb ber brother Rich ard Soudder at McKinney returned Wloilnld Kansas wbo has been uelt 01 Miss Samantha Ware at MoKlnney has re turned homo DR WALTER S BBAZLBY of Lao easier li back from California having i4 a decided to locate at Los Angeles 11 o will take his fatally to his Western 4 home at onco II I Slum rye at J H Baugbman ft Cos SitE my line of lap robe J 0 Mo Clary JNUSaturday Oct Sisters Danvlllo Ky will have their fall opening of pattern haLl and cordially Invite the Stanford ladles to vlilt them on that da2 MR F J CONN bought Hen denon Baugbs farm near Highland but who still lives In Garrard brought turnlpe aed a that ehrbed 10 pounds ped the beam at seven pounds To TUB CITIZENS OP LINCOLN Having been f ask ed the question If I was elected collect would have appolntmente to lax throughout the county all I dId I take this method when I was assuredly to Inform have tbat I will oer the r county as when I was sheriff before T D Newland 1I + v 101 10 Loyalty FactsPossibly our nds are not as racyas they might be So too a history is not as entertaining as a novel In then ono case imagination is allowed to run riot in the other it is restrained by Loyalty to Facts We have tried to contract the habit of resting the lever of language on the fulcrum of facts ItThill accounts for the absence of show and buncombe in our semi lveekly announcements ye et retrtat E n- mSEVERAIfCE SON srrANFORD I F INTERIOR JOURNAL tlelboroJi 1Mr thenWorlds day- MiS9BLANCIIECARTBROf tLOCALS 0MILLINRItY Thebeetrtip To STAMIlNo done bv Mrs Leille Car ter Sag the Wonder the original Hot Blast Stove at Jobn Bright Jr I Cot DONT tall to register Tuesday If- you dont doto you cant vote for Parl er and Davl and Gilbert Only boe living lo Incorporated towns are requlr ed to register GEORGE OWSLBY I a good old solo ed man died Tuesday night of tbe In flrmltles attendant to age There are those who believe the old man wa close to 100 years of age MOHOAN W G Morgan aiubitan tlal citizen of the Wayoeiburg section died Tuesday Ustolutlons pasted on bis death by the lodge to which he be longed will be printed next issue AUNT EM BRIUUS a well knowo old colored woman died yesterday morn log She belonged In slavery times W the Paxton family who have take splendid care of ber In her old age PROM now nntll theclose of tbe World Fair Nov 30 the L ft Nwll toll 10 day roundtrip tickets to St Louis at 10 2A on Sundays Mondays Tueidayi Wednesdays and Thursdays WILL WOODCOCK formerly of Dan vllle died out West where he went for his health The remains were brougb to Somerset fo Interment He was a ion of tbe late Jobo H Woodcock aDd Will a the young wan I Tne ladles cube Preibyterlai church will have a baiaar and ox change about tbe middle of Dccembe at which there will be for sale all kind of articles uteful as well ai ornamental suitable for Christmas remembran Des 2t CORN SnowC Rud McCormack one of Huitonvllls progressive mer chants will bold a earn show Saturday Dot It There are already a number of entries of splendid corn and the con test promliei to be a lively one To the person showing the IS beet ears of con he will give 12 la each and to the one thawing the next best 12 ears he wll pay II Tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL otTsn a third premium of this paper for a year iA WORD To TUB DEMOCRATIC Ve rsus Owing to the short space Inter vening between sow and the primary- It will be Imptteelbte for me to see tbe Individual voter at I am engaged In work that ocounlM my entire time I therefore take this method of thank ing my friend for their generous en couragement and am molt grateful for ill that Is being done ID mr behalf My linen to assume tbe responsibilities of Lhts Important office Is thoroughly un Jerilood In tbe county and further ad ivorllicmont leemi to mo unnecessary expecting and appreciating a liberal mpporti I Iravo the contest to the vo ten Very re peotfully Kato Bogle A oil rLRMAN who know what a viewing Joseph Price Infirmary has teen to Stanford and the surrounding ountry addreiMs a letter In this U Iue to the decal court of Lincoln count ty and the city council of Stanford rglng that the county and town take took In a larger and better equipped lOipltal or Infirmary He gives many eatoni why an upto date Institution of that kind would be helpful and prof itable to the community and a great booD to mankind Read the article arefully and If tbe suggestions meet wlh your approval talk the matter up- If they do not and you have luggei lone to make remember that those olumns are open to you BROWN Mr Jobn Brown aged 73 tat at the home of his son Mr W H Irown near Preaobersvtllo and was burled In Rock Spring biirylngground ID Rookcaitle Thursday after services at the grave by Rev A J Pike assist ed by Revs J C Carmlcal and Martin Oene Mr Brown had been sick for early a year and his death had been expected for some time Previous to ble illness ho spent a good deal of his time with his eon Dr E J Brown of his place and during his sojourn here made many friends who sorrow at his death Ha was a consistent member of tbe Baptist church and for many years did valiant service In his Masters lose He was a splendid citizen a Ilood neighbor and a kind Indulgent itber Peace to bleaches Mr Browns wile preceded him to tbe grave a num ber of years ago TYRBB Mrs W A Tyree died at Brodbead Saturday sad was burled years Sunday She had bleD an Invalid forI J A ESTBS ll preparing to open a store at tbe old toll bouio on tbe Bue tonvllle pike He will continue to do butchering I MRS GOO DISHON died near Pleat Point after a lingering illness 01 lan fever Her husband Is very 1111 of tbe same malady ALL persons baclalme agalns the estate of Mrs Elias J Floyd de ceased will prefect tame to me properly verified U Singleton Admr 2t 1 PALL AND WINTER MILLINERY IN All the newest designs will be die uUyed at our opening Wednesday aed Thursday Oct 6th and Otb Mines Straub SHORTHAND AND DOOlCICEElINO Taught thoroughly by mall Teacher can Inoreate their earning rapacity by taking a course For Information J W Davis 427 Madison wrIteI Covlngton Ky I HAVE bought Jerry Adam laundry business and will eblprl un dry Tuesday mornings at 0 oclocl Instead ot on Wednesdays as hereto fore I solicit your patronage G I N Glllock Huttonvllie 2t SETH RBYNOLDS caught a 120 fine sad costs for selling whisky at Soutb Fork trestle Several other men art telling whisky there and the otllcers will have them In their clutches if they do cot desist IQ their defiance of the law Till registration books certificates eta are In the bands of County Clerl Cooper and they will be used for Ibo tint time In Stanford Huttonvllie Crab Orchard and Rowland Tueiaa next Out 4 Dont tail to go to your voting preclnot and register WE have theuptodate Furniture Carpet and Wall Paper builoets formally run by Withers Fur inure Co In Stanford Ky and would appre latsi the patronage of the good people of Lincoln and adjoining coun tlet W W Withers will superintend Ute bifcUeit for the next flO or 00 day Dribble A Pence Visor J WALTER WILSON gave hree delightful entertainments at Walton Opera House Monday Tues lay and Wednesday evenings Good srowds attended eaeh evening and tbe Ladles Aid Society of the Christian shurch is about Vtt better oft by his omlng to Stanford The sosloty played Mr Wilson and our people are un Ion obligations to the member of It for rloging each a splendid show here M Huitonvllle last night Mr Wilson ID his rendition of Ben Hur delighted a large audience I HARRIS Mr James T Harris one of Stanfords oldest and best citizens died In the Odd Fellows lodge of hem rrhage of the lungs about 0 oclock netday night He attended lodge ai ueual and during the session became III Dr Carpenter was sent forbut tbe client was beyond human aid and he died in a few mordents The remains were taken to his home on Logan Ave nuo where at 10 oclock yesterday corning Rev J W Hagtn preached a plendld funeral sermon After the ervloes were concluded tho Odd Fellow took charge and the burlallo Duf- fato was under the Mre1Smltbof Midway and his splendid wife Au- rvlve Mr Harris and In their great loss hey have tbe unbounded sympathy 6f tbe community For many years Mr BarrIl conducted a store here and laI tor engaged In the harness and dlerv business and In both lines ho w8I1 eaionably successful He was an rable upright Christian gentleman IeIjIODwaa a II- tbe last save two of the gentlemen IDI ils county who fought for that cause Deceased was 74 years old and had lived the greater part of his life In Stan repeot1edfrom a distance attended the burial J- K and G H Nunnelloy Georgetown Sam Nunnelley Chlloiburg Henry lunnelley Winchester Mesdames with of and JIErowD Rev 0 M Buoy will preach al WII low Grove School House next Sunda afternoon at 3 oclock nn A MEBTINU at the Baptist church at Brodbead conducted by Revs Tboma Smith of Pulaskl and R R Noel of this plade nas resulted In 38 addition to that church Tile weatherwise predicting a hard wlnteraod declare that It it no far off In proof of their forebodln they cite tbe tact that the shuck on tbe corn Is not only unusually tblckbut ex tends out over the ear further thai common Tbb skin on the onion Is ale said to be unusually heavy which Pert garded as another sure sig- nATTENTION I Miss n V Logan of Hustonvllle has Ie eared the agency with one of the leadlo Ijomet In Ctlcapo and she will handle la dies readytowear suite wraps Ac Bb request your patronage and her full hencan be seen at her rooms nn Mali street She will take your measure In ber own peculiar style Gall and examine bei good H F HILLENMEYER SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Otter for the Fan of 1004 a full stock ol fruit and ornamental tret grape vises asparagus imall fruit shrub everything for the orehirf1 lawn and garden UMcrlptlve catalogue on application PUBLIC SALE I I will tell at Well outcry at my place near Teyton on FRIDAY OCTOBER ll IBM The following property One bull and live weanling calrei IS heifer and three yearling stem S good mlk cows 2 good work Mule 1 yearling mule 1 family mare 20 ewes tons of bay itraw rick I tome corn and fodder 1 fat hogs Milwaukee binder and other farming Implement Term made known on day of aleS R WALL J I Chandler Auct Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I have decided to quit farming und will on Friday Oct 28 tell my farm contain leg 18 acre tttnated on the water of Drake Creek 1 11 miles from Preachen vllle on tbe Pall Lick 4 Lancaster pike known at the Jordan Uullloa place The farm Is well watered At lent acres of the land II good hemp and tobacco land It Is all In grass and well fenced At same time I will sell 100 barrels of corn three milk cows 1 noddle hone extra good one 1 Lightning bay baler good as new farm log Implement of all kinds A lot If house bold and kitchen urnlture Sale will be at IS oclock A M sharp Terms made known on day of ale W B Dar wcrr- Preacheraville Ky JP Chandler A- nalPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly furMd hunting tubing or any kind of tres pak lag on our places and will prosecute violators to tbe full extent of tbe law J z Spoonaraore T M Uolrae n F NewUnd J B CamenUcb Peter Balmer W H Johnson Mr Mary Olven David Stephens James M White and wife Carson 111 Hawkins Mre Mary K Welch- R A Lawrence Frank Cordler Mrs A D Root Sam F Reynolds Morgan Humphrey O T Charles Knulln 1 U McAlister Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbach DrI Fred VonOruonlgiiD Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilanmann Alfred Simpson PUBLIC SALE I lining determined to change my bail net I will on- SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 Sell ID y farm of 210 agree of good bottom land The farm le one of the best In that locality being adapted to corn wheat and tats This farm lies four mile South of Crab Orchard and two miles North of num Sulphur near tbe road leading from Grab Orchard to Brodhead Title Is It good tobac eo farm as It has been tried by a Virginia tobacco raiser Ithas a No 1 dwelling on- t a good barn and a never tailing spring tear the house Have also a lot of person alty horses cattle hogs crop of corn 3 tacks of hay 1 twohone wagon Farming Implement consisting of plow gear and wagon harnes 1 cook trove dressers and twdttoads Many other things too numerous to mention Terms made known OP day of tale Everybody Invited W T 1I0tlr Gum Sulphur Ky Col J E Chandler Auct PUBLIC SALE I Having sold my farm and determined to- move to Indiana I will on SATURDAY OCTOBER H 1804 Sell the following described property com ounclng promptlyat 10 oclock a m at my evidence I b of Crab Orchid 00 the Stanford a Oiub Orchard turnpike Two milk cows 2 fat cows 1 extra Jersey ow 4 steer calves a lot of 1 and 2year old calves 1 mare six yeansold In foal to jack 1 combined mare In foal to John lolmc hone I good work mare 1 yearling oil 15 feeders 1 sow and 10 plgl 200 barrels of corn 400 shocks of fod 1 machine 1 rake 2 stacks barnelsnewI11 bushels of potatoes plow gear of all lnds plows double 2 cooking loves 1 range good a1 new 2 heeling toves 1 full suit of furniture 1 odd dress er 25 bushel of onions chain carpets tables 1 extension table and many other blng too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Ladle are ta iled DJ BIQSBY J P Chandler Auct Grab Orchard Ky BELTS Have you seen the new wide black and coloredsilk belts We show a handsome lino of 25c to ItO new patent leather belts in black and colors for children FURS Buy your furs now Just tbo thing for cool evenings Let us se11 you We will give you your moneys worth at aret mt TOIVL VEK We have decided to give this weeks sale 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 IOO Satin Damask Towels 75c 50c Satin Damask Towels 38c 25c Hemstitch Huck Towels 19c lOc Plain Huck Towels Sc Prices for Ibis Week OiIy 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 CUMflINS MCLARY III CRITERIONYOU a man in the county who has not worn one or moro fCRITKUION Suits There is not a lineof Clothing niaJf today moro universally worn aniHieU ter suited to thtKenttnkyJtiado than the CmTI mON They arc in a class unto tneniielvus wI IOU it comes to fitting about the BREAST NECK and SHOUDEKS Our stook is in Look nt it n 1 H J McROBMTSStanford Kentucky r 4 t l i r l THE JNTERIORJOURAI Jfntered n the potlofflce at Stanford at Uionddan waiter rl wt1t33hdTtaSays d xtda9 AT 1 PER YEAR CASH whoa BOI iopatdssa00 will bsohansd 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION No J1 Train golni NorthIM p II a m uis NNN NS II n south 1 liS2teasd II a NEW LIVERY STABLES Il r slaxsaxwort JUNCTION CITY KY KiltClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men GraIn and Hay For Sale J H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Goof Livery Service at Reasonable nates- Oan AUo Dealers Inon us on Depot Street Goal JTIitlwau saloon COOD RICE Prors andFinest wines whisky Sptelal wooiesale dealers Lexingtons famous Lime Oral Deer Case keg and bottled O Brent Southwood miter Phone 86 Stan ford fry PaJll Traijlor DEALER IH WHlsk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Oloie to DpolSTANFORD KYI Prompt and polite attention Nothlnt but the Ws totrlnfc MILL phone cr telegraph orders rcelve prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS t You may need new carpets matting oilcloth rugs shades lace curtain poles pictures frames screens paise partolst doors glass tables chair safes wardrobes couches dressers waihstand1 beds springs mattresses chamber sulto water sets lamps chiffon iers folding bed washing machine wring era wall paper trunk tele scopes carriage paint house paInt curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MO ELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do welt to see ns We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell Livery It In our hands Office at Boonei Stable Stanford Ky IL RBMuliony Insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of fncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLlne Com panics represented and the lowest possible rateS are guaranteed Phone n- 2Stanford Kentucky DragingPainss CnrcAOOhL Oct 2 1902- I suffcrpd with falling and congestion of the womb with severe throe h the groins I suffered terribly at the time of men struation bad blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try 1 knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a wellwoman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health becmuie she took Wino 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 taking Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on tho road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address stmptomJ The Ladies Advicory Department The Chattanooga s Medicine Chattanooga Te- nnIHINECARDUI Ira t R C WARREN U I eaaJUats for judo of the Uncotn County Oeurt subject M the cttkm of the itewxratlc fcartjr JAB P BAILEY It a caaJIdate fir relection ai l nf the Lincoln County Court subject to tnt action of the Demixratk parry THOMAS D NEWALND SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Llntsln county subject te tIIa action of the democratic pang GEORGE W DeBORD It a canaldate for Sheriff ef Lincoln county sublet II till action of the demcralk party T JEFF HILL SR subjecttJESSE C LYNN II candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject tome action of tot democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjectIDINK FARMER Is a candidate far Jailer of Lincoln county subject tom action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS- Is a candidate far Jailer subject k the action of the eaocraUc party WI HERRUI- It a candidate tar Jailer svkfect M tbt action of the Itcxratlc party t MEREDITH E PRUITT U a anihdaIw permttJIIU of Pubes SthoolJ Ir Llnnta CHoir subject to the attfen et ItII demo watlc party MISS KATE BOGLE li a candidate for SuperinteftJent of Public School of UnoMn County abject to the olden of the dem crltlCplrly GARLAND SINGLETON Im rjnJUit fur reketioafor SuptHnttn Jrnt uf PaNIc Schools of Lincoln county rtjct to the ac Wen of the Dtcaocratk party JAMES D ANDERSON ls a canJUat for AjMisor Lincoln county sub Jtct to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD U a candidate fot Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jtct to the action of the democratic party rD C ALLEN 18antysubIe EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate far Assessor of Lincoln cuaty sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y subjecttoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR ts a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Uncle county Is a candidate far the nomination ashenofA W CARPENTER Is a candidate for Congress subject to the acOun of the Prohibition party W S BURGH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party W L MCARTY Is a candidate tyr Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the ashen ef drnKWratk party Farm For Sale I amOn account of Illhealth I desire to soil privately mr farm of 170 acres located In of HustonTllle Good improvement fruit never falling water as whole or divide Small house on lower part O B BARNETT Hustouville Ky J L Beazley Ii Coa I Undertakers and- Embalmors ALSO DaLlla FurnltureMattlnjieRugaThey kinds of Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JG+ MCGbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd HJLB1TESS SADDLSBY lit Stanford Ky I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I J W Bale bought of G W Dugan of Boyle 65 bill cattle at 4 fill M J Hoffman of Wllllamibarg hili a carload of feeding cattle for sate FOR SALE5D bushels of teed rye Mottle H Howes Turnertvllle Ky4t FOR SALE A tine registered Polled Angus bull 3 years old Marie Hardin Cowan k McCormack bought of Hoffman White Son a lot of hog at 5e FOR SALE 15 1100 pound cattle I good ones Robert Rankle Hedge vllle Nine 1400pound steera and oDe goodI Jersey milk cow for tale Joe Stanford There la an Arkansas apple on exbl bltlon at the Worlds Fair that weigh I 21poundFOR 25 or 30 black thorough bred tuuly cow and hollers three to four years old Dont want to winter them J J Thompson Preacher vllle 4t Tobacco men wilt be glad to learn that D C Slpplo the tobacco buyer will not leave Moreland but will be there and In the market for your tobac co as soon as you are ready to sell HonsE AND MULE SALEJ F Cool- S Co will have another big Lexington Wednesday Oct 12 wbenIthey will dispose of tlfi0 horse mules The horses consist of eron mares and geldings and broke horses and the mules of aged two year olds and yearlings R H Bronaugh has opened a public training stable at Crab Orchard Fair- Grounds track for runners Mr Bro naugh has had eight years experlenci to braking and training thorough bred and Is wellequipped for the business Those who have yearllni to brake or horses to train would l make no mistake to have this capable trainer handle their horses The tract la In fine condition and Mr Be term very reasonable The great Lexington trots Oct 4 U 14 next have never had to many races that promise to result In sensational contests before In the rich Walnut Hall Cup race on Monday Oct 10 for Instance Stanley Dillon 207i the M is M winner Anglola 2031 the crack Western trotter Hall Fry 2091 the Texas wonder Barongale 2111 Jolly Bachelor Lady Patchle RuthC Mary Gage and other great stakewlnner are eligible Half fare on railroads PREACHERSVILLE Will some ot your readers be so kind as to tell us how Drakes Creek got to nameJ Blngaman can put Gulliver Travels outln the first round since his return from the Worlds Fair Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson have returned from the World Fair F F Blankenshlp Was In Brodhead J Q Navlor and sister Misses Ada and Alpha visited at John B Ander 10nl J L Kennedy Is selling groceries In the Duvall store room which he has bought and moved to Dear hltreeldence After the building was jacked up no means at hand were sufficient to move It until Dave Dudderar hooked his en gins to It when It was easily moved Hugh SarlteaDt and family will leave for Christian county Monday We are very sorry to giveS them up and hope they will be happy to their new home Mrs J M Cress is some better Mr J C Horton Is quite tick James Green Is very low with carbuncle and trouble Incident to old age COME AND GET YOUR MONEY II Liberal Way in Which Penny Sells MionaNatures Cure for Dyspepsia If Mlona falls to cure you of dy spepsia come back to his store and get your money is the broad and liberal way in which Penny Is selling Mi ona nature cure for dyspepsia A boo box of Mlo na contains two week treatment and benefit will be seen from almost the first dose The guaran tee means that if Mi ona does 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 Mlona for relieving atom ach trouble rain and discomfort alter eating dizziness specks before the eyes gas and fermentation in fact all forms of indigestion are quickly relieved and permanently cured by Ml ona It Increases the vitality soothes and heals any internal inflammation and gives tone and stiength to the whole system David U Colson richlyendowed by nature Handsome dashing brll lent courteous and courageous a man of wealth education and social stand ing be was fitted not only for leader ship in the mountains but for the achievement of higher ambitions Be yea popular with men of both political parties and his untimely death will be deeply regretted by all Keotucklans Louldvlllo Times Better Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parse is belter than a plaster I for a lame back and for pains in the side or cheat Pain Balm has no superior at a liniment for the relief of deep seated I muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by nil Brnpgel I KINGSVILLE The sick aa a rule are Improving Mr G A Walter Is enlarging his store house Charles McCarty It visiting his uncial W L and J M McCarty shlpplDllIand Somerset Their new planing milt It quite an ImprovementIMrs Wm Carey and son Clarence of Lebauon Junction were the guests of relatives hero and In Casey Jesse D Wearen was here Friday Mr Luther Gooch Is very ill Mr and Mrl Chas Love are rejolclngjover the arrival of a nine pound toy Mre Elizabeth Taylor has gone to Lexing ton Iqr a vlelt to relatives Mr and Mr John Hart having grown weary of hotel life are about to rent the hotel to Mr Edmood Murphy Mr and Mr Murphy kept the hotel last year when Mrs B C Pennybacker owned It Has Sold a Pile or Chamberlains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Item edy for more than 20 years and It has giv en entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can recommend it hlgbIYI Joseph MoElhlnoy Linton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a coughs or cold It always affords quick relief and U pleasant to taice Forsale by all Druggists Two Negroes were Killed and three fatally wounded In a race war oo a Mississippi plantation PARKERS WMaaltHemee Nvr Falla to Bwtor arty lorQno tet ntta flert LUMBER WANTED I headingslumberprice at Moreland D Q 0 Peyton The Calvert Miss Willie K Honker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Produce Wanted I IltebenAbe convinced at D n Kortbcotti Stanford Ky FARM FOR RENT I Farm for one or more years SK miles MIIIdgenilecontaining 301 acres Call 00- JUIEi D MOOR Junction City KT SAWMILL COMPLETE FOR SALE I have a complete saw mill running now powerboilerWill take malt cub payment and balance I will take In sawing J L JOHNSON Agt Klngarllle Ky A S PRICE ittrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OaicoTr UoBobert Drag Stan la till Owilj HnllitlM For Sale Privately My house and 10 acre of land situated just Outside of town limits on the Somerset pike IIouso has 1 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only f9 I use the beat of paints and varnishes and guarantee my work to be flrstClitM Cell at shop on Somerset street and see specimen of my work Rouse painting and paper hanging cheaply and satisfactorily done Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmbro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kontucky Ketldence Phone JA FOR SALE I A small bluegrass farm new house with seven rooms all cry outbulldlngj bice young orchard The farm Is In a bljd- ttate cultivation Situated near J1dg vllle Boyle county ICy For particulars address or call on J A Rice Jllarksb ry or 8 K lace Danville Ky FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm tar title on Danville and Stanford pike ZX miles from Stanford con taming Jo acres of land Oood young Oreh- ard of two acres with a of fruit trees Good cistern and neverfalling springs Locust poet enough to a acre farm Ilouio has four rooms kitchen buck porch Necessary outbuildings Etc Call on or addrota W I Uawson IRON FENCECHEAPER THKN WO- ODACXSIneAgt STANFORD KY Douglas Shoes 1 t P one hotter mmlo lor the prkw 300 35OW- eImvo them in all the now 8lmj8 You cant buy thorn 1 anywhere oleo in Danville Vhon you are ready for your Winter Shoos try a pair MV VU T 0 mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE j DOTMI THE OPPORTUNITY r To Come to the New Store for Bargains Our store is now open for U8ilte8 with h new and uptodate stuck of Dry Good Clothing Show huts anti Dips Lailiw Skirte Olotikt and Jaekota and a comploto line of Ixulias and Gents Furnishing Goods Ute Etc Netextend our invitation to tho people of Stanford and rarroumlliig oxtntry to visit our store and examine our Block and prtc w which we hops will Iw in teresting na well as important to yourndf and to tilt Our motto Is To Give You the Best Goods For the Least Money Thro ugh our mjunro way of doing busincfs wo hope the people of Stanford and surrounding country when oneo they get our prices will always eeww and patronize us We hope that each and ovary one will come and ate lao BARGAINSwe are offering Thanking you in advance Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford a Q Kentucky Superior Grain Drills Aa an evidence of the superiority i i jthe Suje nor Drill there are snor of them ia tue in thin county than nil tin otlxn together Nothing in flirior U imitutMl 1ur drill neaiU say repair bring it in now do not wait null yet get twhaT- to ue ft Oliver Chilled PkvVDbc HMWWI Ix1 r narrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD I KY j IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to offer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short i time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers 0 GEORGE Ha FARRIS a COtx Stanford KentuckyPI Tle Straightest Joad Is The Shortest RoadilIf you want pure drugs come to tie FIRST We understand what purity is and how cs sential it is in our business Wo dont toler ate adulterations or makeshifts The dosiro to hate our goods pure and tho knowledge to guide us in selecting them frees you from all risk You want to buy pure drugs wo want 1 to sell them Ii pre W N Craig Pharmacist Stanford Kentucky tef j J