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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ia4SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXXIP STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1904 3 P M NO 68 II CHURCH MATTERS I t r Rid W G Montgomery and W K Azbtlt are holdings protracted meat toe at Liberty The Ohritttan ahuroh prayer meet I log will be held with Mr sad Mre W M Bright Wednetd jr eveoloif- Kev 0 M luey preached at Ear Hlolcmao Suoday Ue 1171 the Btotut chureai hero U the aDen oouotry church ID tbo State In 83 year of the fife of the Atnrrl can Bible Sootety there have been issued 4 441674 copies of the bible of which 1770801 were ID the year just ended Her Marttoof Bhepberdevllle will y pieaeh at the Pork cf Dix river chutct In Oarrard Bounty SaMrday morning and debt aod Sunday nwral g eec nlRtak H aed 16 All member are cur dimly iQTlMd Utv Mania D Uardla ten of P Its jWan Hardtn Is the pastor of clot l largest epBRrg- eIretbvterUn atiuo to the Soutlurc- i Alterably whisk U at Ohariotw X C Rev UoUn NI U the auUtaat pastor CbrUtUn oburfih vntalmwily 1Tb Rev J W Hate fur another L year Snaday Hf Gas sewed bit son gresattoa fallbfullv sad well fer four yurt ud wS are Kid to state that he will be with MI at least aaolber year la w address to studeet of the Uot of Cbleaeo President Harper that ID 60 year cot a tingle tyeretty problem of say Importance solved by the theological seminaries of tbo Jolted State Beau to they are too much occupied with denominational questions The protracted meeting at the Ml Zion Christian church will continue through the rest of the week Pastor Brooks cad Rev Klitlolc are doing a worM of Rood ID that neighborhood There were eight eoofettloot yeter dav taaklBR altogether M during the progress ot the meeting Lexington Democrat Meeting at Old McCormaok Church Evangelist James B Morton of nero tie Middle Tennessee who U engaged ID evangeltitlc worK lo Ka tTenneiee sod Southeastern Kentucky is now hoWloR a very tueoetitul wtctlnR at Old MoCormagk church la Llooolo eoaaty This meetloir GOlIIl cooed oo Sept 87 end up to date Oct 10 there have been SO additions to the church la sasITeaneessse and Southeastern Kentucky to date there hive been 3K i addition Mr Morloi whea a buy 18 year old eelltted at a soldier la the Confederate army and was with Gee aollloofler la hit Kentucky campaign Ot of eke Ho corn He li now years messed preaching ID ISM anJ for soy t eral rear bat encacofl la evanceltttle work la Tennessee Alabama Mlidi alppl and Texas Be It now contem plating a preaching tour to the State of North Carolina Be has been instrumental In adding 6161 to the Church of Christ during the put 37 years Bit address while n the Kentucky Heid- I li Somerset Ky Bit home It DerlloI Teen Two tblyds of bit labor It In I distant fields Be U sustained by vol untary contribution During the prei free will of eat year be hat received fering from Kentucky Tenneiseo I Missouri Illlnolt Indiana Ohio Penn lylvaala and West Virginia to help him In hi labors among the poor In the mountains of Tcnne i e sod Ken tuakyP W C MATRIMONIAL t lItanAsbury and MUs Pauline ZIm were made one at Mt Salem Friday 0 M Howard and Milt Ethel Baker were married last week at George Thompson la the Bubankt teotloo J W Gllpln cad Miss Bertha Wit eon Dean French Rod MaIl Patty Jet fries all of Casey were married Fri r unusualfrh Boyle county is that of Mitt Mary Dell Btelaraan and City Attorney Henry Jaekion which U announced to take place at the home of the bride mother Mre Joseph Belm Engletoan Oct SMth Advocate Cause or Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus Is caused by a bacillus or germ which extols plentifully in street dirt It in inactive so long al- erpovd to the air but when carried ber akin ns in the wounds caused br percussion caps or br rutty naila and when the air U excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known Those germs may be destroyed and all danger of lock k taw avoided by applying Chamberlain Pain Balm freely aa soon as the Injury in received Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes such injuries to heal without I 1maturation and la one third the tlmo ro usual treatment It is for tale by nil drupgints l 6t In ed cApr J ALFA DlnIIWbo woo thp tmrrat Domination for county clerk of Uarrard by a mljorD of about JIM Capt Duty re H gal lane cOoof d rate a Simonpure democrat an excellent oltlstu and a flea BoetIemea MIDDEBURG Rv J L Oweo preached at the BtptUt oburoft Sunday Rev George K Biker of Burotlde will preach at te Baptist church at this place tomorrow Wednesday night Be hopes to meet as many of the member at poitlble At a butlnett meeting of the memoII bert of the Btptltt oburoh Sunday Her JL Owaot of McKinney was called the pastorate for the remainder of the year or to January next Mr William Myert who has been lingering near deaths door for several week past Is convalescing George Wesley remains very poorly with flux The other tick of the vicinity are no the mend On awount of the continued drouth very little wheat has been town In this tectlon whereat the acreage would have been a large one Rain le being very badly needed here Most farmer are driving their tock to water There will be a box upper at the College Saturday night next the pro ceed toga towards purchasing books and magailne for the use of pupil A worthy cause and It Is hoped the beaux and belles wilt turn out Of course It le understood that every lady will bring a box with her Though the election la only four weeks off there It little stir hero ex oept among the republican who have lately become awakened and are work log tike beavers and as usual under theoover of darkness The democrats may be doing a lot of thinking but that U all It le time they were up and do lOll Abe Baker ot Mercar is the guest of btu uncle Blttna GltTord and other relatives Ur I S Wesley of Liber ty spent Sunday with his parents bereI Mrs U D Field and children of Monterey Teen are visiting her sister Mu B E Kelsey Min Viola Ferrell who I teaching school near Ktllbure spent Sunday with friends MUse Ethel Coleman and Sallle Ba ton returned Sunday from Lancaster after a pleasant visit of several day IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES finer Harvey aged 80 le dead in Adair Mill Ida Flannlgao daughter of Bryant Flannlgan of Baldock Casey county died of tuberculosis Beret College Is to receive 115000 by the terms of the will of Miss Mary A Terry who died In Venice recently George D White one of thN most prominent oltlsena ot Madison county died at his home In Richmond aged 47 A nine passenger automobile will make dally roundtripe between Monti cello and Burnstde beginning thl8 week la a flghl In Marlon county between Wllll and Joe Mao Purdy the former was shot ID the faco and the latter out In the arm An elgbtrearold daughter of Mrs Mary A Best and a twoyearold eon of JT Jones both of Garrard died of diphtheria last week Harry Buff aged 14 desirous of be log a jockey loft hie homo at London and applied for a position as ouch at Lexington Police woro notified and they aent the youngster home Arthur Campbell of Springfield was held to answer on a charge of misuse of the malls In assailing the reputa Lion of a young woman who had a marriage engagement with him A Lancaster dispatch says A case a criminal being Identified by a love letter occurred hero this week when the olllcers from Lincoln county arrest ed Frank Chapman In this city where he was on his way to the vicinity of BryantBvllle to visit his sweetheart Young Chapman Identity was proven by a letter In which bo was addressed by the name contained in the warrant parried bv the officer II NEWS NOTES Four persona perished in a hotel fire St Joseph Mo Tram III still Impeded by washouts the vicinity of El Paso Tex Robber dynamited the bank At Free land lad and are said to have lecur 120000 A company to establish a 50000 candy factory lo Lexington has been organizedA for reforming the present styles of dancing has beeo organized ID Baltimore The theater at haste said to have been the Quest in Swltzirland has been destroyed byltre- Ma tbe Ransom formerly a mem ber of the United States Senate ltdead North Carolina In an automobile accident In New York three persons were killed and six or lass seriously Injured There have been 13i704SQ admts slant to the World Fair ground ilnoe the opening of the exposition The Homestead Pa steel plant of the Carnegie Company will resume op oration giving employment to 2000 men Carriages of numerous Senators diplomat and others wore destroyed by a a Sunday fire In a Washington livery table Fifteen deaths ID eight day lo New York have been attributed to Impure and the coroners office is levee tigatingThe of the late Marcus A Hanna are to erect a 1100000 mausoleum on the family lot lo the cemetery at ClevelandBelieving that be had been deceived by bill wife Alford Fryer of Newark- N J shot and killed her aod then committed suicide Albert Adam known for year as the policy king of New York and rated as a millionaire will be released from prison today Six hundred students of the Uolver shy of Wlsooqilo were ducked In Lake Mendota during the annual sophomore freshman data rush Louis Mitchell was held to the grand jury without being permitted to go oo the witness stand In tho Mulligan pol Honing case in Lexington In a Negro ward at the Western Insane Asylum at Hopkloivlile JamelI Richardson truck Jame Boyd with a mop handle and killed him Slxemplnyc of the Grand Trunk railroad were suffocated by coal gas in the St Clair tunnel between Port Bu ron Mich and Semis Out The funeral of the late Postmaster General Payne took place In Mllwau kee The remains were viewed In the elty han by at lUlL 25000 people Laws against the sale of liquor cigars and confection were enforced In Lexington Sunday but the sweeping order of the previous Sunday was re vokedAt Springfield Sine Dr Edward J Bolt shot Judson Strong a wealthy real estate mao and Dr Benjamin Jackioo a medical electrician and then took carbolic acid Mies Lottie Early ot Lynchburg Va le preparing to bring suit for pos session ot Blue Lick Spring in Nlcbo lae county which she allele was Ille gaily sold by a guardian At the coming meeting of the Grand Lodge I 00 F In Morganfleld Lou isville will again be made the porma nent home of the organisation Pica steps looking to the establishing of a home for Indigent members of the or der and their wives will be taken The report of the chief of the depart ment of domestic exploitation of the World Fair shows the altogether about 83000000 was expended on State buildings and exhibits Fortyfour States Territories and possessions aro represented Moses Feltner charged with the murder of Jesse Field was arrested on a bench warrant at Jackson but was released by Judge Hargls having been arrested at Winchester previous ly on the same charge apd released oo bood Bo had five pistols on his per eon when arrested It le aooouoced from St Petersburg that Jen Kuropatkln has assumed the offensive and that already the Japan lie lino ha beep broken at Bentsla pulie where In a rear guard fight they lost heavily It la claimed that they failed to fortify a commanding hill which was tho key to the situation Two Japanese divisions under Gen Fusbural are marching west up the expectn1 0 possibly their Intention to threaten Iftho railway behind the Russians and force a suspension of their aggressive move meatITo the World via Queen yr Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W 0 Rtnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington K n JOSEPH E ROBINSON j Who defeated Robert L Davidson for 1 the nomination for county attorney of Garrard bv a majority of 300 It was the hottest race ruo In Garrard county In years and Mr Robinson victory Is great one He Is an old Lincoln county boy and his friend In this t county watched his race with much In terest and are gratified at his success j Be will make his county a model attor nay HUSTONVILLE James P Frye has taken a position with J G Weatberford d Co A well assorted stock of furniture and house furnishings would find ready sale here A wagon maker and blacksmith shop will be opened here by E Grubbs d Co on West Main St this week Our olty was again crowded Saturday and our merchants could scarcely walt- on the trade with additional help Wm Oloyd Son have bought the stock of goods and good will of H T Scott Buena VIta and they will take charge this week Dr Carl Wheeler of Lexington was at home with hll parents last week Howard Camnltz is at home for the winter His work this season In the fastest class of ball player was that top notcher ofI The county convention of the Cbrl- tlao church at Willow Grove OD Satur I day was well attended and the bountl ful dinner was greatly enjoyed by all and evidenced In unmistakable terms the generous hearts of a truly Chris tian community that gave It The 20 per cent dividend declared by the Beaver Creek 011 Co was paid from their receipt from their product for less than two montsh after paying all other Indebtedness and still have a good bank account left Their present Income amount to good interest oo 1100000 Silos Julia Stagg has returned from a peatant visit to friend and relatives In Wayno county Miss Frances and George Bunn of Shelby Oily and Mrs Martin Bartell of Junction Citywere guests of Mr and Mr Tuppman the past week Carlisle Alcorn was at home Sunday from State College Lex logtoo Miss Frances Adams and party left Saturday fbr the Worlds Fair Miss Lizzie Bogle of Lexington Is taking a few days rest with the homefnlk Mr and Mr E McCor mack have returned from a delightful trip to the Worlds Fair Chamberlains CoughRemedy No one who le acquainted with its good qualities can bo surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It not only cures colds and grip effectually and permanontlybut pro vents thescdleeasesfroin resulting 10 pneu monla It Is also a certain cure forcroup Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may bo given as conSdentty to a baby as to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of these facts Are taken into consideration itis not surprising that people in foreign lands as woll as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few ate willing to take any oth or after having once used it For sale by all druggists The Kentucky +olon011 Co capitalized at 18000000 bucked by Eastern capital has been organized to develop their immense holdings In Eastern Kentucky and will open an bfHca at Beattyvllle at once Physician You may take a drink with each meal Patient I dout think It would agree with mo to eat as of ten as that Tow a Topic It tronblod with a weak illgestlcn try Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tb lets They will do you good For sale by all druggists Mrs John Angell who in a suit filed year azo claimed to be the widows ot lay Ooid se dean BROWN Suits are the fashion this Fall Ifj the color suits you our Suits will suit It isnt every one who cnn wear Brown howeter and so I weve every other good effect in sack suits 1 1 1OOOto2500esrew T o mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE Superior Grain Drills As an evidence of the superiority of the Supe rior Drill thorn are more of them in us s In this county than all the others together Nothing in ferior k imitated If your drill needs any repair bring it in now do not wait until you got ready to use it Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Lever Harrows W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY ETMISS THE OPPORTUNITY To Come to the New Store for Bargains Our store Is now open for business with a now and uptodate stuck of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes hats nUll Caps Ladies Skirts Cloaks and Jackets nun a completo line of Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc We extend our invitation to the people of Stanford and surrounding country to visit our store and examine our stock and prices which we hope will be in cresting as woll as important to ybutself and to us Our motto is To Give You the Best Goods For the Least Money Through our squnro way of doing business we hope the people of Stanford and surrounding country when once they get our prices will always come and patronize us Wo 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 schoolsuppliese and school BOOKS esmmsass sane W B McRoberts We are now showing u grout tine of FALLand WINTER SHOES for all sizes of feat Call inland let us show you 01 r litisbolore making your FALL IUUtHASHS W E Perkins ISTANFORO SHOES Crab Orchard Ky e iTi i HE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC 1E TICKET f For Prttidittt ALTON BROOKS PARKER of Kea York For Vke Prttidenl iif1ENRYG DAVIS i of liiet Itohifa For Judge Fifth Apptttatt Dutric- tJVDGEJAUES E CANTRUL- Of Gtorgitown For Cbngrett GEORGE G GILBERT of Shelby THE Elmira Gazette cays that 64 newspapers ID the State of New York that supported McKlnloy are now eup porting Parker Only one has gone over from Bryan to Rooeevelt At the bead of the list are the great Independent journals of New York City that supported MoKlnley and are now sup porting Parker This In Itself Is a rather strong Indication of the political trend of the Empire State and It will not be surprising If the landslide In Now York will carry with It New Jer sey and Connecticut whose Interests are so closely bound up with the Em pire State TUECcandldates for county ofllces should not let the primary of Dec 3rd overshadow the regular election of Nov 8tb but we fear the majority of them are doing so It Is just as Impor taut If not more so for Lincoln county to go democratic this year as next and the candidates who work hardest for the splendid ticket under the rooster should be the ones rewarded In Decem bar Democrats should watch the many candidates and see what they are doing against the common enemy the repub lican partyaod then make up their minds as to who they will vote for JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS speech at Louisville was as convincing as It was entertaining Bis logic no less than his humor worked his 3000 hearers up to a vociferous expression of approval It was practically the opening gun in the fight In the Fifth District and Its reverberations have filled the republicans with alarm They have nomina ted a weak ticket composed of bolting democrats who will not be supported even by the republicans there being a feeling among the rank and file that this undesirable element should not be encouraged THE basis of success In political con tests II the efficiency and earnestness of the precinct organizations When tbee faithful workers are enthusiastic the way Is clear for victory The campaign committee Is particularly grati fied at the reports from the precinct chairmen and their sub committeemen There ts an Increase In Interest throughout the State that gives assur ance of an old time majority for Parker and DavieIYESTERDAY was the last day for teteI ting on the official ballot for the elec Won to be held Nov 8th There will be MX devices on the ballot democrat republican populist prohibitionist so cialist and socialist labor The State furnishes the paper for the ballots andI as there are over 3000 precincts to be supplied and Idea of the toOl of paper it will take may be hadIPOLITICAL Indiana democrats are taking a 30 day poll of the voters of the State Gov JC W BecUham has been asked to make speeches In Indiana Goy Odell of NewYork declares be is tired of office holding and wants no more ExrPreeldent Cleveland has consent ed to make a speech In New York City for Parker and Davit The announcement the appoint ment of RobertT Wynn as postmaster general pas made by President Roose veltThe republican National committee Is arranging to Lave SenatorFalrbanks speak in Indiana the last week of the campaignM president of the Big Four Railroad Company was the prin clpal speaker at a democratic rally In IndianapolisOne of the doming election will be to establish the truth of the old doctrine that the pen Is mightier than the sword Lex Democrat Tbe republicans of Massachusetts held a convention of less than four hours duration In Boston and nominated a State ticket beaded by John L Bates the present governor Massachusetts democrats held one of the most harmonious conventions In the history of the party and nominated a State ticket headed by Wm L Doug lee of Brockton for governor National Chairman Taggart has been advised that the labor organlza clone of Montana bad Indorsed Parker and Davie This Mr Taggart says losures the electoral vote of Montana for the democratic natloaal ticket a ClevelandICity Chairman Cowherd of the democrat ic Congressional committee says the estimates of district leaders In all the doubtful districts Indicate a decided trend toward the democratic nominees The most novel campaign on record Is being conducted by Hopkins and Blakey candidates for Congress In the Tenth district They travel eat and sleep together and speak from thesame platformThe tour of the vice pros Identlal candidate Mr Davie and former Senator David B Hill throug- Maryland and West Virginia opens auspiciously at Baltimore where they met with an enthusiastic reception In an opinion to County Clerks At torney General Bays holds that the registration certificate is the property of the voter and should be returned to him by the election officers after he has voted eo that he may be able to voteat all elections until the next general election Here and There Hamburg brought 170000 at the New York horeeeales- Albert Gooch sold to A R Matheny a mule for 8142 50 John D Creighton has bought Kirk wood Jr 2101 for 82000 Heavy shipments of pears have be gun from Southern Indiana Redwood won the Walnut Hall cup at Lexington after six fast heats Ose half the business section of New Liberty Owen county was destroyed fireLou Dillon went a mile without a runner In front in 20lt on the Memphis track Frank de Peyster Hall a prominent club man of New York committed sui- cIde by shooting The Grand Lodge of Kentucky of th Independent Order of Odd Fellows Is session at Morganficld At Mt Pleasant Tenn Frank E Simmons was shot and killed by his nephew Jesse Queries Boston vanquished New York on baseball field winning the American League championship pennant for th second time Rev Bishop C H Fowler of the M E church was stricken at Grafton as he was about to open the West Virgin ia conference George Murnane quarterback of the Montclaire school Louisville football team was partially paralyzed during a game Saturday Because he was using a pair of dull clippers Charles Alexander was mur dered at Chicago by James Thomas the man whose hair was being cut In a shooting affray In a lodgeroom at Corinth Dr Robinson and William Neal were dangerously wounded Th men quarreled over lodge matters On account of the drouth the wate company at Harrodsburg has shut off all the water supply except for Ore purposes Farmers are compelled to haul water for stock many miles The banana crop of Honduras was badly damaged by a storm It Is earl mated that no fruit will be secured for 30 days and that the output will be re duced 50 per cent for eight months Advices from the teat of war are meager but but It Is believed that a great battle Is Imminent Gen Kuro patkln Is continuing his advance It Is reported The Japanese It Is thought will make a stand at Liao Yang The Japanese began the study of modern warfare 40 years ago Ten Samurai detailed for the purpose by government got Instructions from officers of a British regiment then stationed at Yokohama and proceeded- to work out tactical problems with lit pieces of painted wood upon a mat spread out on the floor First Boy Did you catch anything while fishing Sunday I Second BoyNo but what I caught when I got home was a plenty Ad vance ESTRAYsA black bog weighing about ISO pounds agoOwnerhog and this advertisement A BRUCE Moreland Ky It to QAm1 tI Our buyer has just returned from a very successful midseason trip to New = York in search new things in Tailored Suits Raincoats Wraps Waists manyaV ly KentuckyThese every express train and you are invited to come in and see them TAILORED SUITSlThere willbe over 75 distinct styles of suits from 10 to S6O makin the 1 largest assortmtent to be seen in any one in Central Kentucky Most of these new styles just prodnced in New york being copies and improve mens on the very latest Winter creations of leading designers of Paris He also secured about 30 sample suits at very low prices Bear in mind too r that our prices are always the lowest possible 4 RAIN COATS Last year all rain coats must have capes this year they must NOT have capes and we have the correct styles We have now in stock and in transit 1 over 100 strictly new shape Raincoats made in many and various styles to suit different ideas and figures We have exclusive sale of the celebrated J M Co real imported English Raincoats renowned the world over Prices are a little higher than the ordinary kinds 20 to 27 but you get style quality and durability At 15 we have a special value raincoat that we are selling by the dozen as superior to any you will see elsewhere at 20 At IO very stylish collarles box pleated Raincoats in tan olive oxford such as is usually sold at 15 te WRAPS andtoNewSilk Coats at 10 to 30 New Broadtail silk Velour coats at 18 to 35 the latest from Paris Cloth wraps of all kinds from 7 to 35 All these are brand new styles just brought from New York sf 1 SILK WAISTS f y l Tafe1 very elegant samples of white waists at 10 to 15 C b FINE FURSto 0 f We have hundreds of pieces to select from and every piece was carefullyJ I t selected from the stocks in New York We invite comparison and are confident that we can and will save you 13 on any one want I Martens Sable and Isabella Foxes Wolfs OPossums Baum Coneys etc I at every price from 1 to 50 Large Pillow Muffs to the finer furs Come in early and get selection Martenst PUBLIC SALE J have decided to farming Mad will containeDrakes Creek 112 miles from Ireaebert pikeras farm Is well watered At lead lO acres of the land U good hemp and tobacco land It Ji all In grass and well fenced At same time I will tell 105 barrels of corn three I milk cows saddle bone extra good one 1 Lightning hay baler good as new farm lnt Implement of all kinds A lotf house hold and kitchen urnUuro Sale will bo- glu at le oclock A M sharp Term made known on dy of sale W n Bnvrnt t preachonvllle Ky JP Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I I will sell d tot9k outcry at my place near PeytonVell on FRIDAY OOTODBR 14 1M4 The following property One bull and five weanling calve and three yearling steer I cod ralik cows 3 food work mules 1 yearling mule 1 family mare 20 ewes 4 tons of hayZ straw rice some corn and fodder 1 fat bop Milwaukee binder and other farming laplemonU Terms made known on day of saleS B WALL J V Chandler Amt Stanford Ky Administratrixs Sale I On TfHTIWDAY OUT M 1884 at late residence of Obarchlll Yeager ou Lancaster Danville turnpike near 1x111 ell to the highest bidder MO or 6M barrels of corn In field X extra Ana Norman mares about 6year old farming Implements con lilting of cultivators plows liarneos two 2borse wagons t hay frames etc Also 10 or 12 stacks of mlxua hay and 2 large rick of straw bitty O II YEAOEU Admx At the same time and place I will offer 7 or 8 cows and calves 3 sown pigs 5 good yearling mules 4 of them mares 2 pain of extra good work mules mares and some farming Implements and other stock Trims Under flO cash over that amount a month time with Interest from date of sale with security All persons having claims against the es tate will present them at once properly proven owing the estate will please delaySale at 10 A M MItS 011 YEAOEIt A M Bourne Au- ctPUBLIC SALE Having determined to change my busi ness I will on- SATURDAY OOTODER IS 1004 Bell my farm of 240 ares of good bottom land The farm Is one of the best In that locality being adapted to corn wheat and oats This farm lies four miles South of Crab Orchard and two miles North of Hum Sulphur near the road leading from Crab Orchard to Urodhead This Is a good tobac Yirgloiatobacco s a good barn and a never failing spring near the house Have also a lot of alty Horses cattle hugs crop of corn 3J Farmingimplementswagon harness 1 cook stove dressers and bedsteads Many other thing too numerous mention Terms mane known OP day of sale Everybody Invited W T HOUK KyCol Nice Home For Sale II I with to sell privately the spndld resi dence on Avenue Stanford which arfroolMwldeb room Building Is a twostory one see ts modern In every particular at J M Phillips to see property D IUUOIIMAX HOME FOR SALE 11 1 If set sold privately before I will sell at public auction on Nov 14 oswobr court Jay my blltle In Graded School 41s trlet bat oat of city limit Tile teM a tnree room cottage and there are sevsa acre of laud Good water and MtkeMM and young orchard JOHN CHKISTUAN Stanford Ky RA JONES I DENTIST I Stanford IL y Once In Myer Huute Parlor Phone tl THE Joseph Infirmary Is open nil the year for the treatweat of surgical and chronic diseases and for eon lultatlon Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes tonal bills due when services are rendered and must O paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to truce ct Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANKOIID KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage ii solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connections BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH r I Having decided to quit the buggy buses ness I sell for the next 00 days at cost for cash a car load of Iluggtos Surreys Phaetons and Iluckboards also a lot of harness They are all the latent style and best make Part of the vehicles are rubber tired Come to see me and get a bargain at once before they are all gone OUUTIB COVER Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I If not sold privately I will on OCTOBER 22ND 1001 at the Oaluea farm near Walnut Flat sell to the highest bidder my consisting of 45 acres of corn In shock same baled millet outs 1 good bug ItY mare one good 2yearold horse DY King Eagle one good Oily by foray Oolddut qne 8yearold work mule 20 yearling cattle 3 bolferi 2 good milk cows a lot of farming Implotneutsona 2horso wagon one new lilac harrow 1 double A barrow two 3borse turning plows one good 2horse cultivator one I horse cultivator one goodrubber tired buggy and harness wagon and plow gear other things too numerous to mention I also household and kitchen furniturePL BECK J P Chandler And 7 I house best Minks Price personaUy There Is A Difference In Merchandise IThe wrong kind at any old price The right kind j priceIISwrrydepartmentgoody Ware ehowing dyer goods in ale lairs lienf- ey Cheviot Dnmilrioili awl Suitings from S5e to 82ft pet yard We haw exeluelve patterns 1n IHan Melettee Outings Skirting Uiitgiwiiw 1ercalee et yollriiigieetfen J Remember the Sorosis When you think of the beet Underskirt nude from OSo to 88 We have Ifaml Hags Pegs from Paris IteJle i hair Pins in jiroftidon at UK right price in Jtoyl + Suits or Overcoats you vl flail our departMont na t + tthillgpurchntee from the THE GRAND LEADEROW8LEY BLOCK M B Lo Y 8 Co 5 IW DR E H MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST tl That braijch of science which deals with tho eye its anatomy and func I tion in HEALTH and disc EoCcutury Dictionary I use no MEDICINE either ill examination or treatment of tho eyes nor i perform any SURGICAL operation but simply correct all defects of Etta fraction with ported ADJUSTED GLASSES Have successfully fitted several hundred pairs of glasses in 13oylo nnd surrounding counties willbo at I St Asaph Motel Saturday Oct 22 Dr E M Murray Ophthalmologist 1 Homo Office With Murray MeAdnms Danville Ky a f w Ti i 3t rOrOrDANISH CLOTHs2 veryS anon outdo iii11o hate all shades at 16c por yard Cheviots Zibeline Marmish Mixtures Serges i Wo arc showing great variety of patterns and colors It you want n good all wool goods either for suit or skirt you cant do any better than to select from this line any of them 50 cents per yard Itu STANFORD KY Oct 11 1C01 U n I IN addition to our rtes line ot Dot Paper wo knep la stooic a large line of writing Tablets with envelopes to much Tablet ot Lleen or Bond pa r ruled or unruled h to t6 cents Involopcs of Linen or flood 10 to 20 eu- per paottace Pennys Drug Store 9 Stanford Ky t qs PERSONALS Mil JAMBS GARXBIT of Columbia nap here today Mil J II BBAZLRY and wife are at the Worlds Pair MRS J A TUCKBR Is with her par sots In Lexington SAN J Btmcii of Ohattanoojra II with the homefottci here MR SAM ROIIIKSON will jro to the tilty tomorrow to buy goods MKB KMBN OUBSTIS or Chicago li the guest of Mrs Joseph Coffey w PnOK M D D COI1DS of Lancaster spent yesterday with friends here MB6DAMBBJ C HAYS and Kiln Blaln are back from the Worlds Fair Mil W O JONES of London WI here Sunday returning from Garrard MISs 8ALL1B OOOKB of Danville spent a few days with her sitters beret MISS M4NIn SINOLaToN or the Ce I kder Creek section It 111 el typhoid fe ter J J MoOATJ ae1 OUIU Craig of Rookoaitle were here at eswrt Jester N PARSONS L k N agent at was hero Sinday to see his byf AND riOHBKT WALKER of Oar spent Sunday with Walter O Walker 11 ROUISBON of Somerset was hereI yesterday Mslstlnc kli braUier Sam ItoblnxoDJH68H TRAYLOK west to Lebanon Jnngtlos yesterday M take a position i attlremao11IL B Lay ol Louisville spent yesterday with his brother Mr- S D Levy MRS IDA FlittDO and MlM Jennie Hooker went to larktyUlIIeueniar to visit friends- lit ANn MRS WYATT SMITH attended the burial of LM Payee at Lob o noon JunotlOB- MK LWOIU8 P KKIK8 U bask from PdIMarttnevllle lad whtrtf be was re MRS NANNIR D PBLAKB of Rlah mood spent several days wish the fami ly of Mr A M Pfclao Mn S B STIWMI and family of Braall Ind are with their relative I Mr W U Denbaw art family TOM WILLIAMS of Wavnesbunr U I all with typhoid fever Mn Theo RoynoWs Is threatened with the tame t trouble DR D K PROCTOR art sea of Rook castle and J M lUynoldtof Use Llok woreon Sundays train bound for the L Worlds Pair- Missus LOTTIES CULDWULL of Lon don and Courtney and Sue Colmlsnel of Caropbelltvlllo are guests of Miss I Vila May Saunders OAPT K BERGERON who spent the summer at the Cover Hotel Crab Or chard will leave this week for his home In Now Orleans Ray AND MRS J W BAQIN left for the Worlds Fair today They will visit his parents before their return 9 which wilt bo about Nov 1 HON H K DoUnNE and friend Mr t Perry of New Castle were here ves torday Mr Bourne will return Friday I and accompany his wife homo Mitssiis W S AND JOHN L DDD DEUAH of Anderson Ind aro visiting their relatives bore Including their grandfather Mr Samuel Dudderar JOIN MoBEATH sold a Wayne farm for 112000 recently and will purchase the Spoonamore farm In Lincoln coun ty near Hubblo Somerset Journal MR G W RIKFB and family of the West End will leave next week for Ty cone 0 T greatly to the regret of their many friends all over the county Hot J S OWSLEY SR joined his daughter Miss Emma Owsley at Lex ington Saturday and they will leave for Rt Louie today to take In the fair Miss ANN EVANS entertained at her country homo on Thursday evening In honor of her visitor Mies Nell Murphy of Stanford Dancing was the order of the evening and the crowd grew 4 merry with much enjoyment Ices and cake were served Advocate SAUl BAUOHMAN has returned from a visit to Lexington friends n D CAMPBBLL the Crab Or IiMR druggist was here this morning LUcY SIMPSON has moved to one of the Tyree cottages on Ran Main street MR W T UOLDAM and family left yesterday forObandlertvllle 0 to re main tome time Miss NETTIB WRAY will take her old position In the telephone exebange Mtn Mae Newland will return to Dan ville MRS 0 C WILLIAMS of Mt Ver non was on yetterdayttratn returning from a visit to her daughter who U In school In LealegtonLOCALS I STAMPING done by Mn Leslie Carte SlBClAl sale on Ibisweek J P Jones TRY W H Hlgglns for coal oil beaten heating ttovet toil vases etc E F has hie ttoak of toad at Maywood to David Rambo RICK formerlyof Danville has opened a grocery store at Rowland J F McGlNNis It closing oat hit ttoak of goods In the East End and Is offering some great bargains MR O WSiANQLBR of the Bast Had says the drouth of 1874 was much more severe than the present one J A ALLEN ft A 00will build a handsome two story rctldenae on their lot on East Male Street adjoining Dr Deck WIIRN you receive a statement from this offlce It meant that we want you to settle your aooouni Please govern yourself accordingly TUB will rJames T Harris whloh leaves his prumrty to his wife was probated yesterday This was the extent of the bailnMt done In court r H 8 BotfSiB wilt lecture at the Methodist oburoh tare Friday sight on Amerlean Christian Olllaenthlp Admission free Everybody Invited A I10RSB belonging to Bd Hiatt of the Hast Iced bit Otis Cole severely on the band The aalmal whlah was sup posed to have bees mad died an hour later SOMB scoundrel dynamite In Ruriell JsCoffeyt thresher and dam aged It to the extant ot f100 or more It was at work oa It G Evans tare In Boyle HUGH SBARUKNT bowught splendid farm In Christian county and will move there about Nov IS we are sorry to say Lincoln coacty people ditllke to give up such good cltlMD as be and his family are- AOREAT many farmers and stock handlers are hauling water for their horses cows and hogs In the East End water U being hauled for miles The grass It literally parched la most sections of the county A Goon attended yester day and business was good It was a big day for the candidates for county ofllcot and they worked on the voters from early until late Politics and dry weather were the topic of all conver sations TUB attention of our readers Is called to soles of S W Burke ft Soosat Junc lion City tomorrow Wednesday S R Walls near Peyton Well Friday and W T Houk near Gum Sulphur Satur day Advertisements of these sales appear In this Issue EMHRY Mr George DeBord has chosen as his deputy In the event of his nomination and election as sheriff Mr Joe T Embry of this place who has probably done more work for hit party without reward than any man In the county Mr Embry U a wheel horse democrat who Is over In the thickest of the fight against the com mon enemy and his friends and they are legion feel tbat attar all his efforts In behalf of democracy bo U emitted to recognition and they will leave no stone unturned In his race against the big field of fast runners Messrs De ford and Embry make R strong team and are bound to cut a considerable fig uro In the sheriffs race p A Little Better or A Little Cheaper This motto is carried into eflect in every department When a Indrhuys a dress she wants the very blot material she cnn got for 50c 8100 In order to have n bettor aaticle than any one else we strain n point and pay or lOc more on the yard than other stores pay We realize that a few cents added gets n better finish goods andadds greatly to the wearing quality As an we had samples of 1 Broadcloth from other stores und several neighboring towns comrnedwith ours and the customer decided ut once thnt ours was the better us FIVE share of Crab Orchard Bank Stock changed bands here yesterday at 1106 Stet the Woofer the original Hot Blast Stove at John Bright Jr ft Cos TUB Stanford and Lancaster foot ball teams will play hero Saturday arterI noonA SIIOWBR fell lest nightand another this morning The poipects for a good rain are flattering HAMMONDS k Co see say t tbne having turkeys that they will be round to see them soon YOU can go to Cincinnati and return over the K C Sunday for 160 Train leaves Stanford at Ii A M ALL Indebted to the firm of Canon 6 Pence will pltaao settle with Mr AI M Pence at the old stand 2t WE are receiving a big lotof coal of- all grades Now Is the time to bur while the roads are good J H Baugo man Co St IT was reported hers yesterday that Free Sliver Johnson who recently moved from the Eat Bnd to Wllmore had died suddenly TUB new storeroom at Hedgevllle will bo ready for tome partys new goods by the 10th of November Joe H Rice Danville Ky A C hasbeen engaged to build a kitchen and bakery to the storeroom occupied by J T Jones as a grocery and restaurant MR ISAAC HAMILTON has sold Cyclone Ball at Rowland to Mr John B Hlgglns for 11500 and the residence close by to Mrs Austin lor INO Inn Junior Aid Societyofthe Chrls tlan ehurob will hold an exchange at J L Beisley L Cos store Saturday Oct 16 Everything goof to eat will De on sale SHORTHAND AND A BOOK ING Taught thoroughly by mall Teachers can Increase their earning capacity by tt klc a ooarie For Information write J W Davis 4S7 Madison Avenue Covlngton Ky It ARCH LAWSON eon of Sheriff W L Lawton of Garrard died Sunday after a short illness He was 10 years old and typhoid fever caused his untimely death He was living at Eldorado Ark where no was doing well Tunas gypsies wore fined 16 for drunkenness In Judge W A Trlbblee court this morning The wife of one ot them further punished her husband by giving him a severe kicking whloh be took like he thought ho deserved It H S BONS1H the Indiana Flying Dutchman will address the cllliens ot Crab Orchard and vicinity on Thurs day night Oct 13 at Baptist church on the great subject ot Christian Cltl lensblp Cpme all men women and children J C MoW ITS about time for you to buy that fall line of dry goods and wo want to remind you that our stock Is complete with good things Como to us and you certainly get the best We dont han die seconds jobs or shoddies of any do scription John P Jones SID MYERS Mr Samuel M Owens announces this Usue another deputy In Sidney Jones Myers son of Mr Leyl Myers of this place Mr Myers demo ocracy Is too well known to make com tent necessary while his popularity I and acquaintanceship extend over the entire county There Is no cleverer young man than Mr Myers who we are sure will pull late ot votes to Mr Owens In his race for sheriff Mr W D Wallln was announced as Mr Ow ens East Eod deputy last weekI 0111bertbate with a republican yesterday and Mr W J Price of Danville spoke I here In his stead Ho Is an ful speaker a splendid young domocratI and that he did the cause good there Is no doubt Elector W Reed Erabry made an excellent plea for the demo cratic nominees and his effort was highly complimented Be Is possessed of the gift of oratory and Is one of those sterling democrats who Is willing to use bis voice time and means for the cause of the great common people 1 tising soap from a South America firm TUB L wilt run A an excursion to Louisville Sunday Oct 28 at 1175 for the round trip Train will leave Stanford at A A M ON the way to thedepot to take the train for the Worlds Pair this morn log Mrs J W Daeln lost her pocket book containing ISO A liberal reward will be paid for lie return Go To MT VEERNOUCaocerum cures cancer Tike along your living sendoyou home canoerless happy within from 10 to 30 days No money asked until cure Is erected Np knife vir tually painless Reference Business professional men Bank of Mt Vernon and cured patients ROBERTS Mr James T Robers of the East End announces for magistrate In this issue All ot the 60 years of his life have been spent In the section wbero be now lives and his people knowing him to be a good roan have Importuned him to mike tbe race for the above odlce He Is a fine democrat a sensible man and would serve tbe county well In the capacity of a squire BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about 00 acre on Danvllle Avenue onebait mlle from Oraded School known Goodltnlght farm Good house of 1 room with best of cUterni and all nee euaryoutbuilding Tbe farm itandi drouth well Oall on Mm N U Goodknlgbt at Ilronaugh Cottage now occupied by Judge Ralley Greatest Bargains in Clothing Oapahoneat tbe CincinnatiBargain Store AT GRAB ORCHARD KY j In George helms storeroom on Ottenheim pike Out and examine ray stock MAX RKI3BU Iror FARM FOR SALE I I desire to tell inv farm of 944 acres on the Danville k HaloDvllle pika The taro Is In a high state ot cultivation fairly well Improved watered with three never faIling spring and five pond In fact you haTe to see the place underitand the many ron veuluiiee I want to sell In next 30 days I also want to sell my stock consisting of oa jennet aged I 2 yours old S lacks 2 jack colts seven mare and mules 1 race mart and colt 1 standard bred mare by G ttnbettn Wilke S hone mule well broke that have a little defect but are good workI era will sell them tor f 100 It sold at once Will cull farm and stock together or eepa rately Anv one wanting a farm and outfit will do well to colt at once and secure one of the nicest and best located farms In the county I alto have 80 bushels of rood seed rye for sale II R KINO Moreland Kv PUBLIC SALE Ii As agents for the h of A J King de ceased we will oa- FRIOAV GOT 211901 Sell to the highest bidder at tbe late reel dence ot said decedent tbe home place sit tbe Waters of Dlx River about a Njrailroadand two good barns and plenty of never falllng water thereon Over 100 acres In splendid state of cultivation ISO acres of white oak timber never been culled In addition 22 acres of land situated on L k N railroad at Section louse 234 miles from Orab Orchard In high state of cultivation with a fine granite quarry on It At same time and place will sell SCO barrels of corn a lot of hay 2 ware In foal one cow and calf and a of farming Implements and other things ton numerous to mentlou Any one wishing to look over the premises will call on W O King who lives on said place Terms made known on dav of wile L 0 k O W KING Agents- J I Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I On account of hotel burning at Junction businessIpadJunction City on WEDNESDAY OOTODEH 12 1004 At 1 oclock harrthe hotel furniture con sisting of room sets one side board five rugs several pairs of lace curtains bowls pitchers carpets four straw mattln one range lot of cbalraflvo rock baldIw1os everythIng hcusekeepInaMRS V OWENS At same time and place we will sell two horses 2 mares belonging to Huun urns 4 3 milk cows 2 calves some farm Ing Implements 40 barrels of corn delivered at Junction 5 new three and quarter wagon beds 1 Shorse wagon 3 I horse wagons I surrey phaeton 1 wheat fan 1 200 egg Incubator and 1 registered Ioland China boar 1 four horse Taylor pow eroII shares of Junction Cemetery stock now drawing a per cent dividend ISO bales millet hay 50 bales of cow peas and a lot of other things too numerous to mention Terms made known 8 onYBURKE SONS T M Dottom Acct t PLAIN CLOTHS 01 For Waists Skirts and Suits They are also used in8t nd of Flannels for Sackings and Skirtings Wp offer some excellent values in 88 inch nt t8c 50 inch nt 50c fi2 inch at 75o The last named in Navy Black and Ore is especially good for the moneys BLACK GOODSvol Always fashionable and serviceable We have all the now and desirable weaves We can suit any pocketbook they begin at 2c and can please any taste as we have them up to 82 a yard V I All Laces consisting of Vals Mechlins Point De Esprit Handmade Torchorns Cotton Torchorns will boon sale this week at less than cost price Our customers have been more than pleased with the cut price sales we have already given them and we propose to make this weeks sale on LACES banner one Come and get the choicest importations at the great saving price we will maka this weok Remember you got no shoddy goods here Our style all the latest and qualities always the best John P Jones HANAN SHOES CUMniNS MCLARY Little Fellows Are the pride of their l mothers hearts and are always the best dressedmembers of the family We realize that andare prepared to fit them upin the best the land affords H J McROBBRTSStanford Kentucky i T 11 THEJNTER10RIODRML1 tnlired n the potlofflu at Stanford at uondcZa lnauer ayLllaaa2tiaRe mdis3a- i9iPER oLT YEAR CASH V Wh n not loptldeaOO will beohtrttd KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 14 Train going NorUaIM p m n II a m- sj am 12I6npm- i i NEW LIVERY STABLE i SWBUBSEASONProri JUNCTION CITY KY BlntOlsss Turnouts at Reasonable Rates r Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ui on Depot Street Also Dealer In Goat ffliflwaij Saloon i COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and teen Bpeclal wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous hue- Grass Beer ease keg bottled O Brent Soutbwood mixer Phone 88 Stan tort K- y1Jari1 Tratjlor DCJLLKR IK Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpcnttr House Olos to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt and polite attention Nothing bat tht bci to drink Mall phone er telegraph orders recelve- prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens pease partolst doors glass tables chain afM wardrobes couches dressers waihstands beds springs mattresses chamber suite water sets lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machines wring en wall carcet paper trunks tele carriage house point curtaIn stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNEOTION MORElAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of one Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you to sell place it In our hands OWeD at Boo nos Livery Stable Stanford Ky If R B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties fjncoln and Casey who may be in surance against bare Lightning and Tornado None but and beet OldLine Com panies represented and the low eat possible rates arc guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky InDIGESTIOH I was troubled with atom ash trouble Tbedforda flack goodintore medicine I took in a ye rMB8 SARAH Eo BUIIIPIBLD ElletUTille Ind Thedfords Block Draught quickly the ac the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS LACKDRAUGHTMore constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlarkDraught not only re lieve constipation butcurea diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists Mil scent packag- esThedfords Hlnck Draught is tho bear uuMli cine to regulate the bowels I have over usedMRS- A II GRANT Sneads Ferry N C CONSTIPATION R C WARREN Is a canllate rr Jddge et the Uneea Omty court subject to the cedes of the democratic party JAS P BAILEY Is a eandUatt fr reectIoa as hides of the Uoes4n County t cert tvtyKt to toe actkw uit4i Ocmotratk part THOMAS D NEWALND SR- I a unildate for Sheriff of Ltoola aunty subject M tile action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a cantUat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec te the acdsn of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I a canildatt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec- le me action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Uncetn county subject total arson of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candldatt tar Sheriff of Lincoln county subjctl to tot action of the democratic party DINK FARMER It a candldatt for Jailer of Lincoln county subject M ttt action et the Deexxratk party JAMES C HAYS It a candUatt for Japer intyert to the acttoa of tile iMOCratk party W I HERRIN It a candUatt for Jailer subject to the action of the Itoocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT- It a candUatt for Superintendent VubH Schools if Lincoln County subject to the actten of the demo iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE li a taJ tote for Superintendent of Public Schools tf Lincoln County subject to the CM of the demo irancpartyGARLAND SINGLETON Is a candUate fer reelection for SufMtateadeat of Public Schools of Lincoln county safrject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub feet to tbt action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD ti a candldatt for Assessor of Lincoln aunty sub sect to the action of tile democratic party D C ALLEN li a candUatt for Assessor of Uncetn wont sub ject to the action of the Denecralk party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candUatt for Assessor of Uocsta couflty sub fact to tile action of tile denocfaUc party W A CARSON- Is icandidate for Assessor of Uncetn Bounty sub Ito the action of the democratic pa- rED KENNEY Is a candUatt for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to tbt action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney ef Lincoln county subject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candUat for Ute mmhuHon for Slate Senator In this district wtfect to MM acttM of the democratic partly A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate for Congresa subject to the action of the Prohibition party W S BURCH Is a candidate for County Attomty of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic pare W L MCARTY II candidate tor SbrI Llnwhi county sibfecl to tile action of deaocratk party JAMES T ROBERTS- f the east Hnd Is a candUite fer magistrate subJ- ect to the action of the democratic primary Dec b 004 J Ll Beazley F CoJ Undertakers and Embalmers ALSO DBaLBIl I FurnlturcDIattln2oRugSi They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+J cGbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearI- nS aIIKtnnford I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Tho Elks cleared 2500 on their flolr atOwensboroJohn bought tf lot of stock holts at 5o Extra tat heifer for sale W A Fowle RowlandaJoab Ulgoey sold a mule colt to Rob art Rankin for 156 Hugh Seurjrent sold to B D Holt claw some 300 pound hog at 6c Four 75 pound listed shoats for sale Mrs W B McRoberts Stanford M O Kennedy bought a number high grade heifer calves at 19 to till FOR SALEliO bushels of seed rye Mattto H Hewcs Turoerevllle Ky 4t The noted stallion Imp Deceiver II dead at Larchmont stud Fayotto county Sow and six youog plgi forsulo Will ewap for corn A C Alford Star fordaNine 1400pound steers and ooegood Jersey milk cow for sale Joe Ballot Stanford T W Goooh barented Mrs M M MoKlnneys farm in the Weet End for next year J B Willis manager of Crab Orchard Spring Is feeding 150 hogs Bo wants to buy 200 barrels of corn J J Thompson sold to B D Holts claw 25 cows and calves at ISO J H Thompson sold him a cow and calf for 840 James A Sbuttleworth has sold to William Splllman the Woodlawn Stock Farm of 480 acres near Burgln for 558 200J S Clark of Butte Montana bas bought Bon Voyage winner of the two vear old Futurity at Lexington for 112000 W B Burton of Lancaster bough six horses and a mule here veaterda at 100 to 1150 He bought a mare t- Will Chancellor for lUG J W Bales of Madison bought 92 cattle from Lanier Bro at 612 from Tom Gentry 72 at 85 and from T O English 18 at 15 Advocate- A good crowd attended D J Rill bye sale In the East End Saturday and satisfactory prices ruled Corn In fish brought 1190 Including the fodder Stockholders of the Louisville Horic Show may be assessed 60 per cent of their stock to make good the ehorte st caused by small attendance this year Six estray sheep are at my place Came three months ago Owner car get them by paying for this notice and their keep W J Kirkpatrick May I wood 2t Maj Delmar E E Smatbers fa moue trotting horse broke the world- record at Lexington by trotting a mill in 201 The trial was to beat 202 I without a windshield I C Brown of Boyle sold to Monte Fox 1403pound cattle at 4c and ti J C Johnson 31 of same at same price Mr Brown also sold to Mr Johnson 8o ISO pound hogs at 610 COURT DAV Very few cattle ohanj ed heeds here yesterday The scarcity of water caused buyers to bold oil Some mules sold at 800 to 1140 am horses at about the same prices A black roan stear weighing about 000 pounds came to my place two months ago Owner can get him bj paying for this notice and his keep John C Poppies Preachersvllle Ky HORSE AND MULE SALEJ F Cook St Co wilt have another big sale at Lexington Wednesday Oct 12 when they will dispose of 350 horses and mules The horses consist of Perch erofr mares and geldings and broke horses and the mules of aged twovear olds and yearlings PHYSICIANS GOOD LUCK Dr Harts Fortunate Experi ence of Special Interest to Many In Stanford The happiest man in New England today and one who Is receiving congrat nations from his friends is Dr Phillip Z Hart of Laconla N H Although he resorted to the latest scientific treatment and consulted many of his brother physicians Dr Hart finally said I might just as well have thrown my money in the river fur 1 grew worse and worse My wile and I will swear that Hyomol cured mo of the woibt case of catarrh that ever existed I used to cough constantly at night and had a dropping in the throat which kept ce awake a treat deal 1 raised thick phlegm and was in a horrible condition However I am entirely cured solely through the used Ilyomei Penny Is the local agent for Hyouiei the famous treatment which cures catarrh without stomach dosing A complete outfit costs but 1 extra bottles 50c Penny soils it under guarantee to refund the money if It does not give you ijuiolr relief- T1tn Lexington Democrat makes a rent campaign offer ot Us Sunday and dally edition from now until after the November election for U This Is about cent a copy and la not only the oheap elt dally you can got but the bet dem cratlc organ you can read during the resent campaign ThIs ollice will take your order for the Democrat but the caib must invariably accompany It r Twentyseven persons were killed and 30 injured in a collision on theMla I ourl Paclilo railroad near Warrens mrsr Mo Better Than Pills The question has been tsVeUIn what way are Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the ordinary cathartic and liver pills Our answer Is They are easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and so agreeable that one hardly realizes that it ia prcxlucudby a medicine Then they not only move the bowels but improve appetite And aid the digestion For tale at 25 Cents per bottle by all druggists A velvet vice with sprltgs of steel Tnat fasten U a trice And clench tbo fingers fast that feel A velvet vice Oscar Boiler an actor of the old school Is dead at Philadelphia PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ctMJ tnattnti e hate rruiiMUt fc laiurUM ITWrwl unjJUirLhmeslp dl i a air- ak hili uet trurr14 Farm For Sale I- On account ot IIIIaltb I desire to sell privately my farm of ITS acres located In edge of Ilustonvllle Good improvement fruit never falling water sa whole or divide Small house on lower part 0 n nAHNBTT- HastoDTllle Ky LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy staves spokes liemdlog Umber etc Will pay tugboat cash price at Morelmnil D U O Peyt- oeUMBRELLAS lleoorered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I sn- fix your umbrella hotter than the tramp repairers and for leas money Give me a PIUKK ATKICS Btanfard The Calvert Miss Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Produce Wanted I Will you the best market price for eggs hone tilde feather unk etc Oall and be convinced at U Nurthoetfs Stanford Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dtntiit Sanford Kj OBttcrcr UcBoUruDrnf Store la the Owilt- UaUdlnt eFor Sale Privately My house and U ofland situate just outside of town limits on the Bomerse pike House kiss T room kitchen and ser vauts room good cellar ktabta and aM outbulldlngt Water hydrant tn the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Have Your Buggy Painted It will cost you only IS Int tb Met of paints aid rurnliben and guarantee lilY work to be flntelas Oats at shop on Sem creel street and se specimen of my work louse pointing and paper hanging ebMpll- and tt taetorlly done J J Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Itestdenre Phone 1M H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Bluo Crass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Otter for the Fall of 181 a full stock ef trait and ornamental trees grape lues as paragui small fruits shrubs every thing for the orchard lawn and garden Decerlptlre catalogue on application E Dw Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I 4Ifavlujr been in the Tailoring business all my life 1 feel confident in saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measures and directuns 1 gfve your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My pricna are the same as inex uric need men who are In the business i also have a nice line uf fancy cheviot and other suitlngb I will cut and make if you desire at a moderato price Thank ing you for put favors I am your II C KUlLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind ot trna paStIng on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J 7 Snoonnroore T M Holmes H F Newland J R Oomenlsch Ieter Daltoer W H Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens jamoi M Wblto and wife E Carson II I Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch t R A Lawrence Frank Oordlor Mrs A D Root Bam II Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Wlllson Charles J U McAllstor Mrs Kate Ador Rclchenbach Hrs Fred VoctOraenlganMbertYonurueolgan- Fred VonAUmau llmllUU I Atrcd fvi + jon Oe rre Horoos Bargain Stor6I- s j Now Open I With a ftill line ef Clothing Dry Gob prosy Gowls Notions Shoo Etc Goods soil cheaper titan you over henna of thorn In manycart you run name the nrtee and toko tho goods Cull and ceo what wo have got Our i prices will Hirprise you JItSSTANFORD KENTUCKY 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 time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GGEORGE H FARRIS a CO Stanford Kentucky Ttye Straightest RoadM Is The Shortest Road If If you want pure drugs como to UH Wo understand what purity is and aontial it is in our business AVo dontlnSTIate adulterations or makeshifts The to have our goods puru tact the guide us in selecting them frees you from all risk You want tn Kill pure drugs we want to sell them Dr W N CraigPharmacist Stanford Kentucky HOT CAKE I Prices on a few small Heating Stoves that T have loft Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of these suit you I can save you some monoy If you are intorOB tod lit a warn air furnace call at my shop and suo tho Pa trio Furnace that will heat a 7 tog room houso with tho samo or less full than two grates will burn SaH ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky 69314 This U the mnulicr of Ilwfriplioii filled at our store Our Prescription Department is wi complete ns jioMilile fur u town the site or Stanford Wr UIt only pure lrng and nviirn you thnt tho oloiett attention anti nvml killtul sort rk will be given each Prescription you trust to our cure sets M ca PENNYS DRUG STORE i v StanfordKy The last resting place gf your departed ones by the erection of a suitable t Monument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper 1411 A DA MS a SON Lexington Ky T 1