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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALf 3 IKVOL XXX1IaSTANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 19043PM NO 63 II DR JOHN B OWSLEY Stanford Ky I DP looo no ehy who bat p a rejigs ed the o hlersbip of the Lincoln County National DsnW has held the posltboever tlnee the book wet m ganlMd under tbe name of tbe Parmars Nation Bnlr S6 year ego be U a bora eaaecleraed toft hu eood Jadl- lt went the irrtut uoota of tbe bask It due He mire with the goad will of all towreesee lo tbe toiUtutloi be bit served o well Ue U 71 year old aod hoyloz beeo a bard worker for a toll halt oeotary be feel the teed of rest- S Ltke a great may other taeer ui Inca Dr Owsley wa born la the m mo tains flrtt seoloc the tight lo luU KI Oouaty Be graduated at Centre Col loge is 18W and afterwards graduated la medicine Ue praetlc 4 to OrAb Or obard tertral years but Iodine that a I eiow Mtbod of neuter slob be swtebt Resolutions or RcspeotI t R oletteee of rt JlfOa b at Mr beloved brother W G Nora I who departed tale life Sept V IMM IIIthat by eta tietliMiyd ib WaTM hurff Lodge No 773 N US has tat a worthy brother me wife a lovjoif buiband bb little ohlldren a kind Ulbif bin aired soother a dutiful I I age aod the eommooUy aa honorabltt sad oprigbtottizsn We deplore tbe toss of oar beloved brotber who was to wddeoly taken away In the bloom of nanbood Re lath I asleep bore to wake lo eleroliy I That we extoad to the bereaved fern lly and relatives our itootre rnpatby In Jselr grit lots and eommenl tbem 1 to film wbodoetb all thlnim walls Tbat we thai over oberlb tbe memory of our deceased brotber cod bow to- bambleubwleloa to the dlviqe wilt I rd our Master J That B copy of there resolutions be spread on the rolnato book of the led ira a copy seat to the INTBRIOK JOCKNAL for publication Rod a copy delivered tot the family of tbe deoeewd C C Gooab J M Johatoa S H Oooob committee Whereas God UU wltdooi saw proper to oath roar earths lotto OH the s 30th day of September 1004 our no loved brotber U A Pad iatt therefore belt Reeolved lot That In the deatb of Undo George ai be Is boat known Wayneiburc Tool No 661 U T M L i has felt a great lose on aooouot of bU UBoy mealy vlrtuoa but In obedience to u divine dispensation we humbly u bow to tbe mandate of Heaven sad say tby will be done S That the member of this Teci ox trod their heartfelt sympathy to tbe wife of tbe deceased aod beg to share 1with her In part this sad bereave wont thus carrying out tba Injunction bear yo ono another1 burtons and so l fallfll tholawof Christ 3 That this lodge be draped In mourning for 30 days and that the members thereof objervo the same 4 Tbat a copy of them resolutions be furnished the wife of the deceased e a copy spread on our minute book nod a copy mailed to tbe iNTsnion JOUR NAL for publication I Committee IA U Slneletoo T B Reynold and J O Caldwell yIftronbled with a weak digestion try Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tb lets They will do you good For gale a by all drugglitst a fester way and be found It Today be to probably the wealthiest man la Lla 0010 county Dr thilevs Brat wifewai Mlu Sabra Peaolotftoo who bure him two cbll drell Mettle Havo who died lo young Mirattjbood aad If P Owolev who hat for a umber of years been oishler ol the PonrtD Nmlnoal Bask at Colum but Oa Dr URsley last wife wai Mr Mary Ptfoolngioo eee Welch and she I nth llvlni Oily two of the orK4nxir of tbe tuoic Dr Ow ley served o tong are living himself and Samuel Q Shank who la yet lu president Assistant Caoler W M Urlaht who bat for veers been a faithful attaebe of the bank aod a special profee of Dr OllIrwill eeeeeod him a caibler Lexls too Democrat MoKINNEY Mr Hill Aderti Is visiting at Sal visa The hotel at this plea is debar a flei buUM Mr J S Sralth ol tCwxvllle bal bleed bU family here Mr Wilt S4mmte and children are htlsr at JuaaUoB City The funedttUoe for the new bank at tbl plate Is pruttreieloir nicely TtHt obuul bare bas been owed for tbe prO oe aooouet of diphiheU Mr R B MclvlaDev tale UThur day 0t 8 She U expeottoK a large erflwd There will be preaching here the lot cod Srd Sunday ID each month by Rev Owen Edward Murphy and wife of Kings rill vUitwl the molly of Themes GoooU Our genial uperlnte deoi of uounty schools paid a visit to our district a few days ago The tamer are all oomplalnlnc of dry weather and very little wheat has been town In late eoion The school at DUtrict No 1 Is pro gretilatr nicely cod Is being taught by one of Lincoln oouotva best teachers A robust lediaa aaked farmer to give him work but was refuted on the ground that the Indians were no good that they always got tlrod This par tloulttr Indian said that be didnt belong to that class and had never been tired Su be was put to work hoeing corn An hour Afterward the farmer went around to see bow be was getting 00 and found him asleep under a tree IIOBere wake up here be cried you you never got tired Ugh said the other yrwnlog this Injun dont But It he not lie down often he would get tire lust the same aa there t President Rootuvell long and boastful letter of acceptance recall I the criticism of Juolus upon a windy state paper of Lord Qlllsporo Strong assertions without proof declamation without argument and violent assertion without dignity but neither correct sees In tbe composition nor Judgment In the design Courier Journal I tell you sir the automobile will soon be within the roach of ovcrv bodvI am glad to boar It said the park policeman When they run over a man nowadays they usually get away before anybody can reach them Mlddeshnn ruff red a 525030 flro NEWS NOTES MiJ H B McClelland died suddenly lo Ltxlngon George Kerr the wellknown car tonal st Is dead dwtroedFire at Toledo 0 proper ty worth Il7fl000 The mutilated tody ot a girl was f und In a suburb of Cincinnati The Ohio river at Cincinnati le at the lowest stage since Oitobir 1000 Joseph JetTorcon has announced hd permHoeot retirement from tbe stage Jobo Gressley a farmer was killed by a blow at a political meeting at Moorotvllle led A D Murrell an appoUtee student from Taylor county has been ordered to leave State College Near Campbells vl lie Ind Oliver Q IladcillT killed his father who was ad vanolng on him with a ebb EIghty ntne foreigners ooofMeed in Now York that they bad secured tbelr naturalization peters by fraod toteIblown and robbed of a large turn A part of the American Sheet Iron Company plaot at Phllllpsburg N J wee destroyed by Ore causing a hoes of 1100000 A Chicago court baa decided that Alexander Dowle Is not entitled to 856 too left him by the will of one of his convertsSir Vernon Qarcourt former Liberal leader In tbe House of Com moot died suddenly At his country teat near Oxford Mss Clytle Gregg of Kansas City has been notified that ibe is heiress to a half million dollar fortune at Cape Nome Alaska- Henry E Alvord chief of the daIry division of tbe United States depart meat of agriculture dropped dead at tbe World Fair Tbo annual meeting of tbe Kentucky Bankers Association will be held In the Kentucky building at the Worlds Pair In St Louis Wedoeeday and Thursday Half tbo town of Watrous N M was washed away and 12 persons were drowned by the recent floods Heavy damage Is reported In many towns throughout New Mexico It is believed at Brownsville Texas that owing to the reueot floods tLe Rio Grande has changed Ita original bed the Arroyo Colorado leaving Browns villa out oil from tbe river Jack Terry a Negro at Bellalre 0 shot and killed Carl Getchel a young white man Oftloer with drawn pistols protected Terry from a threatening mob aod lodged him In jill Two desperadoes from the Northern portion of tbe State terrorized tbe vile lage of Little Pork Minn for live days They robbed stores and saloons cod had possession of the town for awhile Tho trial of Mrs Arbella Bach at Jackson for killing her former hus band Tlcky Jim Bach was contin ued Indefinitely by Judge Hargleonao count of tbe serious Illness of the de fendantJessie Nash colored woo a scholar ship In tbe National Normal Unlversl vat Lebanon 0 but was Informed by the president of the Institution that she could not be admitted on account ot her color Tbe act passed by tbe last Legisla ture appropriating 116000 annually to meet a deficiency In the expenses of the State College was declared to be uo constitutional by Special Judge Carroll at Frankfort Mr Jacob Strowl was found dead In bed with a bullet hole through bur head at Uuntlngton lad Her husband who was sleeping with her claims she committed suicide but be U uuder surveil lance by the Ulcers Fred Hortmeyer a foreman in tbe chair factory where Olem Buohter worked while In the State prison says that Uuchter while urging him at onetime to assist In securing a pardon told him there would be 11003 In It for Urn As the result of an order Issued by the mayor of Lexington that all bual ness houses should be oloeod from mid night Saturday until Monday morning managers ot the newspapers and own ore of livery stables In that city secured a temporary retraining order against the enforcement of the city order Cause or Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully In street dirt It is Inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as In the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails end when the air is excluded the germ Is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lock law avoided by applying Chamberlains IAln helm freely as soon as tho injury la received PAU Balm Is an antiseptic and ciuse such injuries to heal without maturation and in ono third the time re quired by the usual treatment It is for t solo hy all ilrupplM qr a nl+ i wrMNMY BON W UFKDE 1RPY Elector fur this dlntnci woo will ad dree the d tinker of L it toin at the court buute uere neXt Monday county court day Doat fall tit hear hm HUSTONVILLE Postmaster John Blatn visited rela tlvel In Grant county this week Stuart Benson old to Smith John lion of Boyle 2600 worth of fat cat tie at I16- 1be sale of George W Rifle FrIday was well attended and the prices were satlefaciory o P Fleece foreman oo Newton Bros building bad a severe fall from between the rafters of tbe second story Injuring an old fracture The graded school foot ball team will begin work this week preparatory to meeting soy tem of tbel class ln Ceo tral Kentucky ere tho season closes Miss Edna Camoltz and Mrs Wm Huffman are visiting friends la Har rodsburg Mr and Mrs George Rob inson aro attending tbe Worlds Fair Dr Bianton of Central University will prescb at the Presbyterian church Sunday Oct lOib In the absence of Rev W W Bruce woo Is confined to his room I HAVE bought out Jerry Adams laundry business and will eblp I un dry Tuesday mornings at 0 oclock Instead of on Wednesdays as heretofore I solielt your patronage G 1 N Glllook Hugtoovllio 2t C Rud McCormackt corn show Is creating quite an Interest among growers for many miles Three premiums are Doing offered as follows 12 to 1st II to led and one years subscription to the INTERIOR JOURNAL to 3rA Bring In your samples this week and next Tbe continued demand for building material In our city has stimulated parties familiar with tbe business and we expect to announce ere tbe let ol Noyembertbat an up to date planing and saw mill will bo another successful adjunct to our prosperous little city Just watch us grow- CHURCH MATTERS ITbe Christian church prayer meet log will be held at tbe home of Dr and Mrs L B Cook Toursday night A Sao Francisco judge has decided that engagement rings must be returned when young women decide to recall their promise to marry The meeting at the Baptist church at Brodbead conducted by Revs Smith Pike and Noel the Utter of this place closed Friday night with 60 additions Dont forget the missionary meeting at tbo Methodist church tonight and tomorrow night Rev J W Crates of Rlonmind will conduct tbe service tonightThe meeting at Mt Tabor church near Paint Lick conducted by Rev O M Huey of this place and Rev Hugbsoo of Lexington resulted in as additionsBishop Smith at the Methodist Con ference fat Franklin mildly rebuked ministers who upplaud speakers utter ances declaring that the good old amen iutUced The Ladles Aid Society of the Bur gin Christian church will run an ex cursion to St Louis on Oct 12th at 121 SO for the round trip Including all expenses for seven days Rev 0 F Oaov will preach at Me Kondreo Methodist church Bubble next Sunday Be will preach tbore the second Sunday In each month dur lOll this conference year- S Tburston Ballard of Louisville has purcbrsed anti presented to Christ Church Cathedral the property adjoin tog the present parish house A new parish house will be erected at a cost of 120000 Evangelist J L Divl closed bl meeting at Sloan Valley with 10 add Lions to the church of Christ This congregation was organized oo Jan 251 last and now numbers 60 members 3omer pz Journal t Y i aw+ G M YOUNG MENS I CLOTHES AI AI We make a specialty of young mens clothes Styles that have snap and go in them Fashions sought for by young men who will not pay tailors prices when they nail get tailors fit and style ready to put on and wear Our Fall stock is ready and we are always glad to show our goods aaes T Or miLLER Danville KB THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority ofjthe Supo rior Drill there are more of them in use in this county than all tho others together Nothing in ferior Is imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you get ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plowef Disc Harrows Lover Harrows WeH HIGGINS STANFORD KY DON T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY To Come to the New Store for Bargains Our store is now open for business with a new and uptodate stuck of Dry Goods Clothing Shoos Hats nUll Caps Ladies Skirts Cloaks and Jackets and a complete lino of Ladies and Gouts Furnishing Goods Etc Etc We extend our invitation to the people of Stanford and surrounding country to visit our store cud examine our stock and prices which we hope will bo in cresting as well as important to yourself and to us Our motto is To Give You the Best Goods For the Least Money Through our square trayof doing business we hope the people of Stanford and surrounding country when ouce they get mr prices will always come anti patronize us We hope that each and every one will come and see the BARGAINS we are offering Thanking you in advance Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky School supplies and school BOOKS weBe McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD I 1O P THE rFARMERS I This is the proper season to put up WOVEN WIRE FENCE Wo sell THE aAMERICAN the best made Cull and see us before buying your fence IwI PerkinsCrabI Orchard Ky ri I I m INTERIOR JOURNAL I f E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC j TICKETF Fur Praddmt ALTON BROOKS PARKER t of New York For Wee Prtttdent HENRY G DAVIS of Wat IlrgMfa For Judge Fifth Appellate DUtrltt JUDGE JAMES E GAXTRJLL Of Gedrgtlown For Conyreu GEORGE G GILBERT of Shflbv HAHKODsntJRG The wrltcr spent yeeterday at Harrodeburp whore coun ty court circuit court and politics ga lore were going on The crowd there could not have been far short of 2600 people and a number of adjoining coun ties were repreeented both by people and stock Of the 200 or 300 cattle on mar ket not more than 50 changed hands Buyer and eeller were not even In the lame neighborhood and the cone quence was most of the cattle were driven back home to dry pastures and dry ponds The few that sold went dirt cheap A good many mule colts were bought at 140 to tG5 Aged mules were in demand at 1125 to 1150 The horse market was quiet While in the city the writer dropped Into the big store of James Carter S Co to see Embry T Beazley whole a partner in the business The house Is an immense one32 feet wide and lay deepand all throe floors are filled to the celling with dry goods gents furnishing goods furniture stoves undertakers goods etc Mr Beazley has charge of the undertaking and furniture departments and is doing a splendid business Mr Luther B GIvens snotber old Stanford man is getting rich In the livery bust ness His stable is by far the most popular and moat liberally patronized in Harrodibhrg The Senatorial race is creating considerable interest in Mercer just now The primary comes off Nov 8th ant the three candidate Messrs Jack P Cblnn Eb MagoQln and Sam C Black were working the Crowd for all It was worth It Is hard to say now who the winner will be Congressman Gilbert opened the cam palgn In Mercer by a speech at the court house which was beard by as many as could well be packed in the little old building As usual Mr Gil bert made a good talk Both the Herald and Democrat teem to be pros paring Their advertising patronage Is largeland their subscription lists are growing dally Good papers both of tbem abut their editors should be ashamed to print weeklies In a town al most large enough for dallies We move that they get lu the semiweekly wagon at once Old man Rankin Clem ante who owns 1500 acres of Pdyette county land and as much of Mercers best loll Iwas pointed out to us He Is a veritable tramp In appearance and Is Ignorant in everything except the art of making money He is about J5 years old and made his fortune of 250000 or 1300000 by bard work and never spend log a cent If be could get somebody ehe to spend It for him Harrodsburg looks prosperous and Is growing some It is a delightful place to vlsltoccaslon ally and the writer always enjoys his annual trips there By the way his Lincoln county friends will be glad to know that Mr W J Poteets chances of winning the nomination for county clerk are most excellent In fact It Is almost a certain thing tbat be will de feat his opponent Mr Wood Vorhels It would be a shame to turn down so good a man and democrat as Mr Po teat is for for anybody and especially when he has so satisfactorily served the people and Is so well fitted by nature and training to serve them again THE good news comes that Governor Beckbam will not entrust the pardon log power in Mr Thornaa hands again The governor has pardoned fewer men and has given less cause for crlllclem than any executive for a long time and he naturally deeply regrets that the lieutenant governor has shown himself so unworthy of confidence or authority Henceforth Mr Thome lea dead cock In the pit TUB press of the State deeply sym pathizes with Mr Emmett G Logan formerly of the Louisville Times but now of Bowling Green In the loss of his excellent wife While at the Worlds Fair she suffered a recurrence of an old pelvlo trouble and gradually sank to the end Besides the husband three sons survive REV G L MORRiLL of Minneapo lis has formed a society to suppress profanity or at least make it yield rev yonue to the cause of charity Under his plan a man heard to swear Is assess ed a dollar for each oath and the mon ey put In a fund for various charitable purposes PARKER DavieCantrlllGilbert A splendid ticket and a winning one A tamp under the rooster IB a vote for all of them y r r 0 nn SAM Peon Is no fool by a long shot He has declined the republican nomi nation foriCongreca the nab dUtrlct saying that be did nbt seek the nomi nation and as It did not come unani mously be docs not feel under obliga tines to accept It Mr Pugh knows that any republican will be up agates it to tackle Jim Kehoe and be Is sensible In not wishing the job- POLITICAL The political orator now proceeds to fill the worklngmans dinner pall with promises Bon Sam J Pogh has declined the republican nomination for Congress In the Ninth district William J Bryan began Monday a weeks tour of Nebraska making his first speech at Greta W J Bryan and Bourke Cockran may speak In Kentucky for Parker and Davis during the present campaign Col Joseph W Calvert of Pewce Valley was nominated for Congress by the republicans of the Seventh district The annual convention of the Na tional Republican League will bo hell in Indianapolis on Wednesday and ThursdayThe CT U convention at Mt Sterling decided to petition the Legis laturo to grant women the right to vote in local option elections JohnBtrr former mayor of Lebanon has announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for repre eentatlve of Marlon county The republicans of this appellate die tract In convention at Lexington nomi nated William Herndon of Lancaster Judge Cantrlll will beat him a block Judge Matt J ODoberty was declar ed the democratic nominee for judge of the Jefferson circuit court by the dem ocratic city and county executive committee Representative John Sharp Williams was the principal speaker at a democratic rally In Brooklyn He devoted the major portion of his address to a discussion of the trusts At a special meeting of the Jefferson county democratic club held Saturday morning resolutions were unanimously adopted condemning and denouncing Lt Gov W P Thome for his pardon of Clem Buchter the Louisville mur dererJacob W Bishop has been appointed postmaster at Barton Whitley county Wm R George at Titus Laurel couo ty Mary E Whltson at Abel Laurel county B P Young at Crawford Lau rel county Anderson Hays at Rye Whitley county and Cora Casteel at Weaver Laurel county Fight for living Issues says Judge Parker The democratic party is not a machine It IB a bodyof citizens who believe that on the whole Its funda mental principles are best adapted to the conduct of the government Among so many patriotic and Intelligent men It Is Inevitable that divergence of opin- Ion as to minor questions and differ ences of view as to the correctness of the disposition of dead Issues should be found The party is concededly united today as to every vital article of faith which can reasonably enter Into tbe pending canvass IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I The widow of A B Patterson Is dead at Columbia J W Bowmer aged 77 Is dead In Russell county The L k N Is building a handsome depot at Williams burl John M Davis has been appointed postmaster at Dye Casey county The wife of William Munday Is dead in Madison She was a relative of Mrs Mary Bronaugb of Crab Orchard I W P Bright was sentenced at Lebanon to three years In the penitentiary for killing his brother In law James Stayton The general merchandise store of Di vine Son In the West End of Mercer county was broken into and robbed of about 850 worth of goods The Louisville Trust Co will proba fly be appointed to administer the estate of Col David G Colson The estatels said to be largeMlddleeboro dispatch The East Bernstadt Banking Co has begun business J W Creech Is pre ident S L Bastln vice president and WO flamed cashier The capital stock is 115000- T C Morrison of Burgle who claims to be a representative of the Standard Oil Company with headquarters at Lexington was robbed of 91500 In money In Louisville Fridays INTKRIOR JOURNAL contaln ed a splendid likeness and writeup of Mr J C Hayes a former Rockcastle man who wants to be jailer of Lincoln county Mr Hayes Is one of the best democrats In all the country and a gentleman In every respect and has many friends in this county who wish him successMt Vernon Signal The Mountain Advocate publishes In connection with the untimely death of Col David U Colson the following ac count of the manner In which the former Congressman was affected by his fatal illness On the morning before his death be became so deraned from the nervous collapse that be left his home and harnessed his valuable 1500 horse to his carriage and started outI on a wild reckless drive when he drewj a large revolver and fired several shots I Into his horse killing it In the harness Hero and There I The annual botetl nnw Is cuing on In LouldvilleI000 parochial school at OovloJonITae Jupuneju have strengthened their advance posts at Fengtlapu lli miles southeast of Mukdeo The river looku good to ma tonight were the lust words spoken byI a young widow who committed tutcldc In the Allegheny river It is expected tbat the women1 vote which will be cast In this Western States in the presidential election will be the heaviest on record The democratic campaign was for merly opened In Kentucky yesterday Good crowds greeted the speakers acd unusual enthusiasm was manifested over the State The Louisville Ministerial Ateocls tlon organized fur the fall nod win ter campaign with Dr E L Powell ss president Crime was dlsused and a crusade movement wa advised The Indiana demooratlo State Gen tral committee to In puHeeilon of svl deuce that the republicans Intend to Import Negroa from Kentucky and Tennessee to vote in Indiana at the ap proaching election Charles A Towne was nominated for Congress bytbe democrats of the 14lh New York Congressional district Con gressmen Cockran Hearst Suiter not Goldfogle were renomlnated in their respective dtstrlcls James J Mulligan charged by tbe Negro Louis Mitchell wltb conspiring to poison tbe family of Judge James H Mulligan his father has employed a Chicago detective to go to Lexington to assist In unraveling tbe mystery In a written coofesloD Charles F Kelly former Speaker of tbe St Louis House of Delegates divulges tbe metb ods of the notorious boodle combine He declares that bribery bus been go Ins on In the Assembly for 25 years A Sunday with the lid on In Lexington was the source of much Incon venience and In some Instances die tress Restaurants were closed and DO milk nor Ice was sold In the city For mer Alderman Lpwry who has two children III tubilattog oo milk alone says he will Ole cult fur 810000 dam ages against the persons responsible for the tight closing H F HILLENMEYER A SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Offer for the Fall of 1001 a full stock of fruit and ornamental trelslrapeVIIiM u paragus small fruits shrubs and every gardnDeThe New Mason Hotel RATES 9200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQABS Fropritter SImile UjhU In every room Rcfernhhca and unjw entire New MUM wtBob tae gas ortt Iorter ewe as trees Urge WeIIR MJ Sample Rn POSTEDWe whose name i appear below itrtfltly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of trw pas lDR on our places and will proseotite violators to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonaroore T M lloltoe 11 F J n CamenUob Peter Palmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens jamm M White and wife B Carton 111 lUwklni Mrs Mary R Welch KALawrence Frank Cordler Mrs A D Root Sam P Ueyneldi Morgan lIumphre O T Wtllton- Ohulea Ensslln J n McAlister Mrs Kate Ador KelOicnbaeh lir a Fred YoDGruenlgaoAlborl VonOntenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred DsHmann Alfred Simpson PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm and determined to move to Indiana I will oa SATURDAY OOTORER 8 1W1 Hell tbe following described proparty com mencing promptly at 10 oclock a ui at my recldence IX ffllie North ot Crab Orcbad on the Stanford toab Orchnid turnpike Two milk cows 3 fat cows 1 extra Jersey cow 4 steer calves u lot of I and 2year old calves 1 mare fixyearsold In foul to jack 1 combined mare In foal to John Holme horse 1 good work mare 1 yearling colt 15 hogs good feeders 1 sow and 10 pigs 200 barrels of corn 400 shocks of fodder 1 new mowing machine 1 rake 2 stack ot bay 1 twohorse wagon and barnessnew buggy and harness 1 fertllUtr drill cultl vators dishes of all kinds 6 stands ot bees 75 bushels ot potatoes plow gear of all kinds plOW oouble shovels 2 cooking stoves 1 range good as new 2 heating stoves 1 full suit of furniture I odd drcM er 25 bushels ot onions 48 chairs carpets tables 1 extension table and many other things too numerou to mention Terms made known on day ot sale Ladle arc In Cited D J lUOlnY J P Chandler Auct Oiab Orchard Ky Nice Home For Sale ll I with to toll prlratolv tho spvndld rest deuce on IA K U Avenue Stanford ahleh has just been completed Has four largo roomswlda hall good dining room and bath room Building Is a twostory one ana Is modern In every particular Call at J M Phillips to see property n BAUOIIMAX R A JONES DENTIST Stanford KY OHice in Olivers louse Parlor Phone OL THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all tbe year for the treatment of sarglcal and chronic diseases end for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendered and must M paid promptly 135 D CARTER Successor to Iruce A Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Dopot Street STANTOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is touched Hones on commission I Stock Pona In Connection BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH 1 saving decided to quit the buggy busi ness I will sell for tho next CO dayat cost for CMh a car load of Buggies Surreys Phaetons and Iluckboards also a lot of Harness They are all the latest style And best make Part of the vehicle are rub ber tired Come to tee me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone CfBT1S COVER Crab Orchard Ky E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford For Sale and Rent I OB veount of Illhealth I wlllqnlt farmI- ng and desire to sell all of my stock eon THUIISUAV OCT e leaf Ten milk cows and calves 3 brood mares some No 1 mule colts a lot of hogs IIIImeI 1040 pound steers M or M nice ewesa good buck Corn oats bay wheat and everything goes Household and kitchen furni ture Also 8 mule Sale will be- gIn promptly at 9 oclock a JJ Farm sit uated on Hnitonvllle plkeoppo utteJ S MRS It U MoKlNNBY MoKlnney PUBLIC SALE I 1 will offer to the MghMt bidder at my home about two miles from Lowell on Spoonvillo pike on- T II U USD AY OOTOIIBR S 1901 At IS oclook a m the following property About 100 cattle oonslsiln of yearlings two yearoldu and threeyearold the re mainder cows ealves end yearling heifers about lOt Bogs consisting or large hogs cows and pig 1 pedigreed Poland China bear Hereford bull 1 mare work mule selfbinder Chattanooga disc plow disc harrow cultivator ncraper and a rot of other farmlug Implement between ltto and 1908 balm ot bay mad known on Acv of sale W J O1LLI8PIK Lowell Ky PUBLIC SALE At Middloarg Ky on TtirusnAV OOTOHKR S teti As admlutttrator of the estate of the late Major W Jones I will oust for sale Ui the highesband best bidder the following ytoek farming etc I twoyearold mule 1 oneyearold mule 1 suckling 14 cattle 1 mare 1 buggy and hAre 1 backboard 10 balm of shlpg lee 1 wheat drill 1 binder 1 mowing machine 1 roller 1 Clue harrow 1 corn drill 1 cultivator 1 hay rake 1 cutting box 1 euro shelter I wheat fan l cycle gr idsr some carpenter took fencing tools and other farming Also two shotguns and an I will also sill 2 shame of stock In the Commercial Hank of Liberty Sale wilt take place at resi dence of the late Major W West of Mlddleburg Sate will 1 vat 9 A M Term eath- FKANK L ATAILORi EVERYBODY is e NOT Having been in tho Tailoring business alt my Ute I feel confident In saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out Sly prices are the same ns Inex perienced men are In tbe business 1 also have a nice lino of fancy cbevlot- and other suitings I will cut and make if you desire at a model ate price Thank ing you for peat favors I am yours IL CRUPLEY the Tailor u I Why not preserve some of tho beautiful eooncs of Autumn No 2 Bulls Eye Kodak Kastnuuia S 800 No 2 Pnnqruiu for views Eastmans 1000 No I Folding Pocket Kustnwnfl 1000 jCo 2 Folding Pocket Eastmans 1600 Also n full line of supplies for those a- tsaeslenre PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy I There Is A Difference In MercWIse 4 3 The wrong kind at any old price The right kind at the right price Wo have the right kind at the right price Every department in our houra is hrimiul of nice IMW Pull goods Wo nro showing drws goods in Moliain Ivor soi Cheviots Broadcloth and Suitings Sinus 30o to 1221 per yardo have exclusive patterns ill Flan uolotto Outings Shirtings Ginghams IWala Ac I Tlio now models in Floxihonc Corsets Jtreopen far your inspection Prices from 50c to 2 Remember the Sorosis VP When you think of the Iwrt Underskirt made from 0Jto 88 We Imvo Iltind Bugs Peggy from IVfe Belt w Hair Tina In profusion at tilt right price In Uoya- bwito or OvorouAta you will fimi our department M complete ns tbl1Ct city store We have eventtT thing that it sew tor the boys Prieentitge from 8l O to SO age two y ors up to 10 year Dui your hall porebaees froll1 the THE GRAND LEADEROW8IBY SLOCK WATCH orn AM M B Loy 8 Co S B Lovy DR E H MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST l 0 orsThat branch of Kieuoe which iletiln with the eye iw anatomy avl fuuo tion in IIKALT1I and dltoateeltury Dictionary I ue no MKDICINJJ edgier in examination or treatment of tb Iv Mr- jurfonn any SURGICAL operation best amply correct all defect nf lie M 10 fmctten with perfect ADJUSTED GLASSES Hare Hiecwtully fittediseveral hundred pairs of glasses iu Iloyle algal Mirroumlinsr eountiee will be at St Asaph Motel Tuesday Oct II Dr E M Murray jthtllalinnlrgltr Nome Otike Pith Merray t M It Adam Uinnlle K- yBargain StorG 5 Is Now Open I With a ftill line of Co1blng Dry Goods Iree Uoodn Notion Sh KH lieiGood soldcheaper tlmn rot over heard of them In many raN you on- f name the price and take the leads Call and we what we have It Our price will surprise you e aI S ISTANFORDI e The last resting place of your departed ones by tho erection of a suitable Monument Let It bo of exclusive and artlstlcdcilgn the best material fiiiWand of perfect workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marble and Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic toots None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky i C RMcComrack t I Fine Staple fDealerFresh meats est Market Price for Country Pro duce Ie R McCormack Hustonville r 1 Womens Shoes Are you particular about how your feet look If you will let us fit your feet with n pair of our nobby Fal shoes your feet will look right Zcig lore have always been good but tho new Fall shoes look bettor than over- All to wear you know they are all right L THE STANIOKD KY M 4 1901 it u WK bavo a large and alto nice lino of Dox Paper Java lust added aoholoe assortment of bond nod linen paper la fanoy boxo soiling for 50 weak Aim bavo cholco paper at 40 35 and 25 oar box Wo tblofc we CIO plea+ e everyI- 1 can Penny Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS Mn MATT WOODSON west u Naib vlllo Sunday 1 MRS D D CAHTBU visited relatives at Parksvllle t MRS WILL FIELDS It with relativee HoCrCnn sad wife wore In Lexington Saturday MRS JAMBS MBHSHON returned l LoxloRton Saturdar OURS MOLLIR DAUOUBRTY went t Lexington yesterday I Mn R C Evan HMA JR li attend ta the Lexington trots Mn O II COLBMAN went it to Hast to Henlclns villa Sunday on buslccts- MR W O WITIIBRS li Knitting In O P Duffnuns butcher boo MR It W RASTLAND of Louisville was tbe aunt of friend here Saturday toMlse SAMANTIIA LOGAN of Louis t vllle was hero with friend Saturday G W THOMAS the popular hoc drummer of Somerset was bere yestor day ALPRBD A DIOOIN8 went to Lout ville yesterday to eater a Theological Seminary MRS JOB M OWBNB hit returned trom a ylsit to Lincoln tonoty Som er et Journal RHYS O F OSBYi Of Lsxlgsoaabd- J W Simpson of Somerset are with Rev P J RonP- 09TMASTBR JtDI IHILUW wife end children of Liberty are guests at Ed Wilkinsons DBAUKY acdf W S Doailey of Laaiastsje peat yesterday with Mn W W Oaf Miss BBTTIB OIOOINS of Orate Or chard wa on Saturday1 + traU return log from a visit to Parksvllle friend MR O G UOrVMAN general agent of the State Mutual Life Assurance Cb le hero with Agent U B Maboor Ray OiriiBUT GLASS I visiting his but bo wlllbebaok In time for terfioe at the Prlbyterlao fhuroh Sunday Mil W T SACNDHRS who hat been with hi daughter Mrs J J Cornell too at Campbellsvllle some time re turned Saturday Mns JAMBS 1 HAMILTOK of Lao easier was bere this afternoon to meet a her husband who has been dialing In horses at Memphis MR NICHOLAS ONSTOTT who has boen with relatives In tbe Waynes burg notion returned to bU home at BlooraQeld la yesterday MR J S DUNDLRY formerlyof this place has void out at Lebanon and will either nt HanderiODvllle N 0 where In New Mexico M a SAUFLEY Is holding court Georgetown by appoint from Gov Beckbam Judge the judge of that district le not well enough to bold court WILL A BROOKS of Crab Orchard who haw been traveling for a Cincinnati hat house had engaged to drum for Taylor Kirk Co the wellknown ValcBgo hatter Mil AND MRS M C WILLIAMS left Saturday for St Louis where they will spend some time at the World Fair Prom there they will go to Oklahoma and thence 10 Texas to visit relatives MISSES KATHERINB WARREN and Elizabeth Gadberry of the Liberty News were hero Saturday with the former young ladys parents They and Mies Emma Warren paid this olllco a pleasant call MRS BLIZAHBTH SINOLKTON and granddaughter Mite Ethel Singleton of Wnyne burg left yesterday for Bloomington Iall to visit tbe former daughter Mre Woo Onatott Messr t C O Caldwell and B H Singleton brought them over to take the train i Da Hucw REID took his son John Owslov Reid to Cincinnati yesterday to Sao no eye specialist Eo advised tbo doctor not to send John Owalev to college longer but to give his eyes as much teat as possible The young man c at untilwas troubled epee r T pp p P p 9K IN GARB l Concerning Henry Wattorson the brilliant journalist somebody remarked that it wasnt so much what he says that counts but tho way he says it Be that as it may tho colonel certainly has tho gift of words and plays all kinds of things on tho vocabulary from Wagner to ragtime There arc others who have Wattereous fluency without his force and have become inebriated by tho uxiibcrantc of their own verbosity among these are a few admen Our ads owe nothing to word painting All interest centers in the matter too manner must take care of its self h h STvERANCE3 SON STANFORDIINTERIOR JOURNAL Clnplopstlti BerpetadttblaefteraooqHDQn MtWDAMHBMlLURKO 4pareatsinSomerset 1100110 hlmj FACTS HOMELY OJ MRS W C SHANKS In Lexington Iwith her mother Jon H MCALISTBR JR left today for tbe Worlds Fair R H COFFBY will go to Lebanon Junollon Thursday to take eosins of ai drug store RBV R 8 ISIIRLL of Abbeyvllle La spent several days with his wife who is visiting In tbo West End MRS J W Coots of Greensbunr Ind passed up to Crab Orchard today- to visit her mother Mrs Gormley MRS J Q McALISTER and children left yesterday to Join tbo husband and father on bis farm In Mississippi A large number of friends were present to bid them goodbye LOCALS TIRE court of claims is In session I SBHD rye at J n BaugbmanCof 0SILK rent notion of tbe Goodknlght 2toSUB mylisprobesrJ O Mo Clary NICK line of readymade skirts Just opened John P Jones SHE tbe Wonder the original Hot Blast Stove at John Bright Jr Gos 0 TilE Graded School now has tfiO pu pile and the number It being augmented dally TUB C WUI M Auxiliary will meet with Mr Will Severance at 2TO Wednesday afternoon MOSEY Sept rndSingleton will pay the teacher 20 per coot of their salary next Saturday ATTEND D J Rtgsb sale in the East bad Saturday See In another column what be baa to sell Dit E O MURRAY the known oplbalmologlst will be attheSt Asapb Hotel nextTueday00I11 St DAVID RAM astormsat Maywood was broken Into and robbed of liD or IIS worth of goods Friday night PRANK CHAPMAN Is lo jail charged wltb bouse breaking and will be tried In Judge Trlbble court Thursday TilE Stanford foot ball team wiped up the earth with the Central Univer situ eleven bere Friday afternoon The score was 16 to 0 TUB Young Ladles Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs J N Saunders at 140 Friday attarnoon MILLINERY opening Tuesday Oct n of pattern hats and I cordially Invite tbe ladle to visit me on that dayI Mu Cleo W Brown LOSTA bay mare 164 band high 0veartold at Atoka Sunday Liberal reward for her recovery or for Informa lion leading thereto D W Dunn THE Misses VnnDeveer will have on display Wednesday and Thursday a beautiful line of pattern hats Tbe la dles of Stanford and vicinity are Invit ed to nail I SMOCK Mrs Samuel Smouk died of consumption at her home near Willow Grove School houee The romaine wereI taken to her former home In Casey for Interment A husband and eight small children survive SHBUIPP H L TATE of Rookcaitle passed through to Frankfort Saturday with Henry Cox who got two years for killing a man named Gaunt and HobtI Burton who got a similar sentence for tbo detention of a young womanI Lug ALEXANDER n Negra Inmate of the Danville workhouse was shot and killed by Deputy Keeper GeoChnppcll while trying to escape Mr Cbappell who Is a brother of Mr John A Chap poll of this place was acquitted by tbo coroners jury- WAiIERMre Marshall Watker wife of Section Foreman Walker of the K 0 died at Rowland Sunday of consumption while on a visit tbereI She was about 30 years of age Her remains were Interred at Goshen after services by Rev P J Rosy DOING GUARD DUTY Messrs R R dnlDIIltuardflog another there between the white and colored laborers Sheriff Baughman swore these gentlemen In as deputies We will wager they will put a stop to hostilities of STOWING done bv Mrs Leslie Car terItI LOSTElk timounted in gold Reward S B Levy F E BKAWNBR of Jumbo bought of Alex Yooatn a house and lot In McKinney for ISiO I TUB Ladles Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet wltb Mrs A 0 Dill at 230 Saturday afternoon WHUN you receive a statement from this otttce It means that wn want you to settle your account Please govern yourself accordingly Tin registration Stanford baa evor bad Is being held to day Most of too voters In the corporate limits b a registered wben we went to press ALL having claims against the estate of Mrs Eliza J Floyd deceased will praeect same to me proper ly verified U Singleton Admr St BXCIIANOTbe ladles missionary society of the Baptist church will have an exchange IB E L Relnbartt star next Saturday Leave ypur orders I FALL AND WISTBR MILLINRRY In All tbe newest designs will be dis played at oar opening Wednesday and Thursday Oct 5th and 6th Misses Straub TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will have a called meeting tomorrow afieruooo at 3o clock wltb Mrs Mattie Wither All mem berg are requested to be present SHORTHAND AND BOOKKBBPINO Taught thoroughly by mall Teachers can Increase their earning capacity by taking a coarse For Information write J W Davit 457 Madison Avenue Co1lo too Ky It THH extreme drouth II distressing Firmer are sowing wheat In tbe dust and many say their stock water can last but a little longer Water for household purports Is also low and aijudicious use of it I advisable OUR advertislag column tell of the tale of Mrs R B MeKlnncy near MoKlnnev W J Gllllsple near Low ell and Frank L Jones admr of M W Jones at Mlddleburg Thursday next Oct 6 Read the advertisements and see If you cant make It profltable by attending one of them THE Knights of Pythias of Wllmore will run an excursion to Chattanooga from Lexington Wednesday morning Oct 12 at S3 50 for the roundtrip Re turning the train will leave Chattanoo ga at 110 M Friday lath This will boa iplcnald opportunity to visit Chicksrmauga Park Lookout and other places of Interest around the his toric city of Chattanooga HOW West friends like for the rural route which now leaves Moreland to leave Stanford In stead It would put the people of that section of the county In much closer touch with the Inhabitants of the noun ty seat snd would we believe be help ful to both Stanford and the West End Tbo change can be made If the patrons served by that route desire It It would bo a convenience to tbe patrons of this paper who could read the I J by B 0Iclock Wednesday and Saturday morn loge I DANVILLE A storeroom and dwell log belonging to E P Faulconer at Faulcocer Station was destroyed by tire Loss 1600 origin unknown Mrs Wm Warren was reelected to tbe of Hoc of vice regent of lobe Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution at Louisville Quite a surprise was handed out In the county court when Judge Nichols according to the testimony In tbe case was compelled to hold George Ohappall over to the next grand jury In tbo sum of 500 for the killing of the Negro Leo Alexander Chas L Crow Is able to be out again after being confined to his room for several weeks with typhoid fever Mr U D Simpson of Lancaster Is acting l as clerk for Mr 1 B BushattboGllch er House for a short whileAdvocates MATRIMONIAL Miss Clyde McGlonls and Junk B Hunter were married at Danville J W Baugh and Miss Kate Brandenburg were made one at the brides horns Sunday Conrad Roberts aged 27 and Miss Matlle F Love sweet 16 II were married at the brides home pear Kings yule Sunday u HOME FOR SALEI It not sold privately batons 1 will soil at public auction on blonder Nov 14 county court day my house In drnded School dls tile but out of city limit The house Is a tares room cottage and there are seven acres of land Good water and outhouse and young orchard JOHN IWKI9TMAN Stanford Ky Small Farm for Rent Part of about oo acres on Danville Ave nue onehalf mite tram Graded School known as Goodttnlght term Oood house IIlx rooms with best of elpterns and all nee essary outbuildings The farm stands draut- well Gallon Mrs N M Ooodknlght Ilronaugb Cottage now occupied by Judge Bailey PUBLIC SALE I platde FRIDAY OCTOBER XJ 108J The following property One bull and the yearItllg mule 1 yearling Mule I family mare 20 owe 4 toilS of bayS itraw rick some corn and fodder 3 tat hop Milwaukee binder and other farming Implements Terms made known on day of sale 8 R WALL LP Chandler Auct Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I It not Mid privately I will on O3TODER UNO IMt at tbe It R Oalne farm near Walnut Plat sell to the highest bidder my personalty consisting of 41 acres of corn in shock some baled millet oats 1 good bug trv mare one good 2jearold horse eolt by Kins ivnele one good yearling fllly by firsay OolddiMt one good syearold work mule M yearling cattle S heifer t good milk cows a lot of farming ImplemenUone iiewlhone wagon one new Disc barrow 1 double A barrow two Sborse turning plows one good Shorse cultivator one 1 horse cultivator one Itoodruboor tired buggy and harness wagon and plow gear and other things too numerous to mention also household and kitchen furniture P L RICK J P Chandler Au- etPUBLIC SALE I have decided to quit farming and will Friday Oct 28 sell my farm Ion 188 acres situated on the cul1talnjCreek 1 1t miles from vllle on the Pall Lick k known as the Jordan Mulllat place The farm to well watered At least 1 acres of the land I good hemp and tobacco land Its t nil In grass and well fenced At same time I will suit ISO barrel of corn milk cows I riddle horse extra good threeI 1 Lightning hay baler at new IDS Implements of all kinds A lott house hold and kitchen urnlture Sale will be mademownpreachenvtlle Ky JP Chandler Au- ntAttention Consumers It Is with regret as Manager of the Stanford Water Lightt Ice Co that II have to repeat the notice iu regard to paying water and light reuse but I Am corn to do so Those knowing themselves ndebted to the Company to July tit if you account is not paid by SATURDAY OCT 13 1004 your electric lights and Uter will be cut oft and those in the ar ears for the quarter ending Oct m will please settle with me at their earliest con venience It tAkes MONEY to run our plant and your account must be settled We dislike to adopt this method of collecting recta but under the circumstances we are owed to do so Pay up and avoid unnecessary trouble Prompt settlements make fast ends Remember that those who see behind with their water and electric tight rents to July i 1904 will be cut oft SATURDAY OCT 15 D F ROUT Manager Stanford Water Light Ice CoI Administratrixs On THUKSUAV OOT to IM4 at late ldeDce of Churchill Yettger on Lancaster Danville turnpike near Hubble I will sell to the highest 500 or 000 barrels of corn In neld 2 extra fine Norman mare about 8y ars old farming Implements con dating of cuUlvatur plows harness two 2hors wagons 1 hay frame otc Also l0 or IJ stacks of mixed hay and 2 large ricks of straw Mils 0 IL 1EAGER Admx At the same time and place I will offer 7 nr a cows and cnlvee a sows and pl L5 good vearllnc mules I of them mares 3 pairs of extra work mules mares and tome farming Implements and other stock Toasts 10 cash over that amount a month time with Interest from date of sale with good security sale will egln proMItr0tU YEAOEft A u A M Bourne Au- ctPUBLIC SALE Having determined to change my bush ness I will on- SATlUOAV OOTOBEB 19 1994 Sell my farm of SJO arM of Rood bottom land The farm 1s ono of the but in than locality being adapted to corn wheat and outs This farm lies lour relies South of Orchard and two miles North of hum near the road leading from Crab Orchard to Itrodhead This Is n good tobac co farm ar It has been tried by a Virginia tobacco redact ItbusaNo 1 dwelling on It a good burn and a never falling spring near the house Have also a lot of person alty horsey cattle hogs crop ot corn stacks of hay 1 twohorse wagon farming Implements consisting of plow gear and wagon 1 cook stove dresses and bedsteads Many other things too numerous- ulde0veeytwTerms maoe known OP day of W T HOUR Gum Sulphur Ky Col J P Chandler Auct MENS SHOES We dont over look style when looking for service nor do wo forget ser vice when considering style What we offer you is a shoe that jmsgcsses all the necessary qualities The Crawford and James Means shoes arc made right look right and feel right If you have been having some trouble about the fit or wear or looks try a pair of ours KU010V6vV6OKi II Our entire line of Kid Gloves of thn celebrated brands P CENTS MKRI fi CO and W RTIIBI lEn tC CO will be offered YOU thin week in our SPECIAL SALE The season has just arrived for you to begin se looting this WOOl and now while tho opportunity is oflored como and make your PALL TUliCIIASES a SAVING you have never dreamed of Our customers nil know these to bo tho bolt gloves manufactured We handlo 110 other brande anti have always had tho Glovo trado of Stanford 8100 Gloves this week 80c 8125 Gloves this week USe S150 Gloves thit week 8115 8200 Gloves this week S1- lbJohn P Jones LADIES Our Fall Style Shoes have arrived They are Beauties Come in and see them You know the PRETTIEST SHOES Come from CUllltl All S MCLARY CRITERION c f i You know what it ie Hardly a matt iu the county who line not worn ono or more TJTERION Suits Toro is not n lint of Clothing made today moro universally Worn and better suited to the Kentucky trade than the CRITERION They are in a class unto tneniselvas when it cornea to fitting nbout the BREAST NECK Bud SIIOUDERS Our stock is in Look nt it H McROBBRTSStanford Kentucky t 1ii tl f r r THE JNTEH10R JOURNAL Xntcrtd n the oQlce at Stanford at tc landdan M1lleYI+ irtlt haTta apraaaszldvar 81 PER YEAR CASH Waen lot aopaleea0o w111 beensried U KNOXVILLE DIVISION r2tTnlnaolnaNoribwN 181pm aae a m- Ns9s n South d2ae 11023 1130 amI NEW LIVERY STABLE BW BUSES Tc S3NPWH JUNCTION CITY ICY r TintGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and lIay For Sain J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Livery Service at Reasonable Rates SJn m on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Oars fllitfwau saloon a GOOD RICE Prors Wnet wlne nhl ky and beers Special Kbotoeale dealers Lexington famous Blue Orass Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone 8a Stan lord lip DajJ Tratjlor DIALtB IH Whisk Brandu Wines Beer GlQars Etc Carpenter House Oloia to STANFORD KY Prolllptan llte attenUon Nothlnr but the be to drlak Mall pacer u tIerapb acorn receive prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe parUlis doors glass tables dresserswardrobes couches washstands beds springs mattresses chamber salts water sets lamps chiffon fen folding beds washing machines wring ers IIal1 Ti carpet paper trunks teleI acopesCarrlagepafotlonse paint curtain stretchers carpet etc f PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE CO Real EstatAgants- Stanford Kentucky AH persona wishing bupor sell farms will do well to lKe us We have a number of ono Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anT one what we have If you desire to sell place It in our hands Office at Boones Stable Stanton Ky I RlMaliony Insurance flnent t Solicits a share of the patronage oI the property owners couuties o f ncoln and Oasey who may be seeking in surance against trice Lightning and Tornado None but the Itron est and best Old Ltde Oom panics represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky r Dragging Pairi 2S25 Kfeley St lLi Oct 2 1002 I suffered with falling and congestion of the womb with severe pains through tho groins I suf terribly at the time of menstruation 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 the right medicine New blood reamed to coarse through my veins and after wing eleven bottles I was a well woman Mrs 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 severe health by take ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in reefs requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory- Uepaztmalt The Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tenn VANE CARDUI A V R C WARREN li t canikUti for JoJjt of tM Uncola county wart lubject to tbe action of the dentxnUe party i JAS P BAILEY It a caaJKUte tar releetloe as teJee nf the LlnMln County Oxtrt tuhfctt to the art n of the Democratic r rty THOMAS D NEWALND SRM liactnlUatt for Sheriff of Lincoln county tutjtcl Ie tee action of tat dtmemtlc party GEORGE W DeBORD It a cintUtt far Shetlff It LhtOMn eenaty sublet li toe tctWn of the deovcratk ran T JEFF HILL SR aubJecttoJESSE C LYNN U ictniUJte for sheriff of LIneAn county subject to lotattlen of tile dratle party SAMUEL M OWENS lia unJUiteftr Sheriff of Ueosln county subject a tte acHan of the democratic rut DINK FARME- Ri a eandUate tr Leer of lltiMtn eewity srtjett tome attfeo of the Dcmcntlc pare 8wJAMES C u a canlUate fof JINf ssseetN tie acSMn tf the Itmotratk party W h HERRIN u a caD lJato for Jaser suhfettto the aetten of the aocutk party MEREDITH E PRUITT li a canlldjte for serinteeienl of Pubic Stivers if Lincoln County t te the actton of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE DOGLE U a candidate far SpreftatenJent of Public Scteeti it Lincoln county sutject to tile aolfl ef the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON b a cao1lJate far reeftctIM for Sfe lateadeal of IuWtc Sctwets ot Unortn nrap svMett N Ute ac for of tke Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Aisessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the denxratle party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate tor Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate rat Assessor of Unceta cstnty sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate fer Assessor of Lhicehi county sub tart to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y Ia candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject 10 the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attameyof Uneetn county lubject to toe action of the deMCratlc party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln cowMy k a caidUite for tIN onfeHdM Pot State SeNIOr In aria JWrtct wtyect M tile acflen of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a candidate roc ocrwtjtct to tile KUoo of tile ProhlbMon pepsW S BURCH Is a candidate for OooMy Attorney of Ltocata ears ty subject to the action ef the Democrat patty W L MCART- YIs candidate for SherWef Ltncotn county subject to the action of deaocra8c party Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to sell privately mv farm of 170 acres located In edge of HustonvlIIe Good Improvements fruit never falling water Will sell as whole or divide Small bouse on lower part O B BARNETT Hustonvlllo Ky J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors ALSODSULBIIIV FurnltureMattinJBRug8 They will Exchango Furniture for all kinds of Stork Giro them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C+ 1rJcG J Y UNOEEt tar4ailt mB E310AL3IER And DoaloarIa HAE1TESS SADDLEBT lea- I Stnnforfi rry C LAND STOCK CROPS ETCI F M Lawrence sold to Situ son IS 1100pound stecrl at 30 R L Lucas sold to JtL Hubble fjur iwo year old mulos for S3T760 M J BolTmao of WllllarnabnrB has a carload of feeding cattle for sale FOR SALE DO bushels of seed rye MattIe n Hewes TurnersvUle Ky4t FOR SALK 15 1100 pouud cattle Rood ones Robert Rankin Bedlll1 vtllo Nino 1 100 poudd etev and ooegood Jersey mlllc cove for tale Jos Ballou Stanford Robert Collier of Danville bought of James Parke of Garrard 83 stoolt hoes averaging 100 pounds at Sc Texts railroads are finding them selves unable to move cotton rom the Interior to the coast aa feat as It aocu tuataras FOR SALK 26 or 30 blank thorough bred ruuly cows and heifers thrco to four years old Dont want to winter thorn J J Thompson Preachers vllle li Will have one carload of twoyear old Parcheron oolts most of them un brandod at tblpplog pace Monday Oat 10 eoirt day Ctaas Rarr Row lead Ky Si J D Gads has on exhibition In the Lincoln County National Dank six oars of yellow oars the longest of whlob Is 10 Inches Tho others are from 14 to 15 Inches In length HORSB AMD MOLE SALRJ F Cook t1Lexlngtoothev will dispose of 380 horses andi mules Tte horses consist of cron mares and geldings and brcko horses and the mutes of aged two pear olds and yearlings The celebrated Lexington Trots com mence today and continuo 10 days Of the nine great pacers entered In the Tennessee stake today four stand out as factors In the race John M 2041 Morning Star 2041 Angus Pointer 206 and Red Bird 206 Each Is the property of a millionaire and specula tlon will be heavy on their chances Horse lovers will mako no mistake in taking In the first days races and sec the famous Kentucky Futurity and the Tennessee COME AND GET YOUR MONEY Liberal Way in Which Penny Sells MionaNatures Cure for Dyspepsia If Miona falls to cure you of dy spepsia come back to his store and get your money is tho broad and liberal way in which Penny ia selling Ml o na natures cure for dyspepsia A boo box of Mlo na contains two weeks treatment and benefit will be seen from amoat the first dose The guaran tee moans that if Mi ooa door not give complete satisfaction the full price paid will bo refunded when the empty bozos returned and cover two bozos Thorn to no other medicine that will compare with Mlona for relieving stom ach trouble Pain and discomfort alter eating dlzxlness specks before the eyes gas and fermentation in fact nil forms of indigestion are quickly relieved and permanently cured by Mi ona It Increases the vitality soothes and teals any internal Inflammation and gives tone and strength to the whole system JudgeParkerpapa W J Bryan Judge Parker believes In the gold standard I believe In blmet ahem but I can vote for him In order that through him the country may rid Itself of an imperial policy What If bo does believe In the gold standard I never disliked an advocate ol the gold standard so much tbat I would refuse any aid that he was willing to give to ward bringing to the country any good things and Judgo Parkers election would bring us relief from Imperialism If sop silver democrat is still In doubt as to his duty lot me say to him tbat Judge Parker voted for me when the restoration of blmetalUm was the par amount Issue If he could vote for me when the money question was para mount I can vote for him when we era confronted with another and OKKATBR ISSUB then the money question Chamberlains Cough Remedy No one who is acquainted with Us good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It not only cures oolds sad grip effectually and permanentlylna pro vents thegeditoascs from resulting In poeu manta It is also a certain cure for croup Whooping cough is not dangerous whoa this remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and rosy be given as conSdently to a baby as to an adult It Is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into consideration it Is not surprising tbat people in foreign lands as well as at horne esteem this remedy von highly and very few ate willing to take any oth ur otter having once nand it For rata by all druggists The dead body of a young woman was found In a well nnar Alpine Ala It U presumed tbat she tell Iota the well while walking in borelcep or A woman In Now York shot and killed a man who wat attempting to bis undesired affections upon her forcoI A fire at Camden N J caused a tote t l0000I Bettor Than Pills The question has been asked In what way aro Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the ordinary laITheptake and tholr effect li so gontlo anti eo agreeable that one hardly realizes that it producedby a medicine Then they improveIat 26 centi per bottle by all druggists TUB Lexington Democrat makes a Croat campaign offer of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after rpm November election for II This U about a cent a copy and is not only the cheap set dally you can get but the best dam ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This adios will tako your order for the Democrat but the oaan must Invariably accompany it WAYNEBSURG Klon Ball 01 pears old and latherIn law of the wrl sr died of eonsamp tlon near Bubanlcs on Sept 23th and was burled to the Bubanlcs Cemetery Another IIIftAD gooo to bit reward H D PADQRTT To the World Pair via Qiiatn d Crescent Routs aDd Southern Hallway Excellent tcrvlM from South and Southeast For Information address W O Rlntarioo O P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexlorton Ky rSix men were burled alive In a tutee near Carteravllle Qa PARKERS HAIR DALSAM ClMM ud UmtfiM IVMIM4U ft lalarMutt fl tJUalew NW aIf1 a- akadtllo nebu LUMBERIWANTED Uendlogalumberprice at Moreland n II 01ept- onUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I oars ax your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Glra me a trial FRANK Avatar Stanford The Calvert I Miss Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Produce Wanted I eggrhensl be convinced at II B Northootl Stanford Ky FARM FOR RENTI Farm for oar or more years IH nitre MUe4femecontaining Soil acres Oall on- JAMBS D MOORS Junction Cltr KT SAWMILL COMPLETE FOR SALE I have a complete saw mill running new and In sale M fecve power boiler and engine Will sell at n bar airA 111 take small cash ament and IxiU t wHI take In awing J L JOIINSOfs A- KIDtllvme Ky A S PRICE Burgeon Dtntist Stanford Ky Offlov r UABobtrt 0117HuUellnl For Sale Privately My house and 10 error of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset plko House hu T rooms kltoboa and ser vants room good cellar stable am all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J 1 IIAUBV Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS I use the bed of paint and varnishes and guarantee ray work to be firstelm Oall at shop on Some erect itroet and we specimen of ray walk llplyandI Dr J B Beck I DENTIST I Office In Elmoro Building I MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Residence hone IM FARM FOR SALE I Nice little farm for sale on Danville nod Stanford pIke tU tulle from Stanford OlIn taining SO acres of land Good young arch of two aura with a splendid variety of fruit trees Good cittern and never fa111ng springs Locust posts enough to fence a Mo aero farm louse has four rooms kitchen buck porch Noce arv outbuilding Etc Call on or addrsv W L bawion Stanford IRON FENCECH- EAPER THKN WO- ODAOSIneAgt STANFORD KY Kentuckys Great Trots ILEXINGTON J STAlES S 100000 PURSES OCT 414 Grand ConcerBS Dailg 21000 FUTURITYx000 TRANSYLVANIAI TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 THURSDAY OCTOBER 0 5OOO CUP 3000 MCDOWELL 1 MONDAY OCTOBER 10 TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 40 GREAT nACES GREATEST PROGRAMME EVER OFFERED WEBERS FAMOUS BBAIMD Half Rates on All Railroad j e LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK e- eCAPITAL I a STOCK SOOOO Directors j n r non UwOeyS W O Walker Oeo W Outer J D Fake L 0 Ooooh WUUamralni hrlRhtR w II Shanks Baoeessnrs to The Farmers Dank A Trust Company and under usemanagoweot eontlnuoutly for IS years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such builnfst relations will prove mutually beneBolal First National BankStanford KrJ Capitol Stock 50000t This Institution wai originally raUbltshed u the Depoelt Dank of In 1IJI then rear olsod as the National Dank of SUnford in IKS and agate reorganised as the First National hark of Stanford la tart bayIng had practically an uninter rupted existence fur II It U Dotter supplied now with facilities for transact s promptly and well than ever before In lit long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited d E Officers B a SHANKS President J B OW8LKYGaehtsr W M BRIGHT Ant Oasblsr r ef I OffJo r3IJ B HOOKER B T IljiHni V Pros j J IOROBKKTS onr WH WEAKEN AsitCbr Directors ISJ 8 llocksr SUnford K L Tannsr MeKlnney U D Elmore Stanford 811 Ilanghman Stanford T P lull Stanford Jai Hoblnson Hobble J II henchman Stanford J U Iettut Stanford FA Carter Stanford t l IMPORT SHIPMENT I Just received from a Pottery inIGermany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever 1 brought TO town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of far to the trade the best bargainIever offered Will sell for a snort time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers a GEORGE 1e HARRIS a COD Stanford Kentucky Tlje Straightest Ifcad Is The Shortest Road i If vrm vnnt utirn drugs come to nu I l1ttiTI AVc understand what purity is and how C- Hsontial it is in our business Wo dont tolcr f ate adulterations or makeshifts The dcsin t to hue our goods pure told tho knowledge to l guide us in selecting them frees you from all risk You want to we W 1tIr to bell themd I Dr W N Craig Pharmacist fir Stanford Kentucky Coding car Zero WeatherF I In Time of Peace Prepare For War 1 Dont roust your shine lord freeze your buck this Winter lait let me itt 1 stall n warm Air Furnnce that will keep your rooms comfortable tlio same temperature nil over and luo BO por cent lew fuel Hoofing Guttering Jilters Pumps lord Plumbing Phono 110 5 H ALDRWGE Depot Street Stanford ICyI n