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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1904 3 P M rsO GD I The Reunion ASuocoss f Ucder the suplce of Oumpbrey Poll No 81 G A R a reunion wai held ai Old Jenkins voting place near Joyo Casey county A Urge crowd of the vi of miD women nodabUJran deity and lurroundlnR country attend ed to do honor to the 40 old toldteri who reported for duty Oa a Ihrbtly elevated ridge covered with a beautiful boaoawood grove soon had beeo arranged and a stand erected with an arch of honor In front which ba1 been taiteullv decorated with evergreen flower bunting and tUm by the gentl band of Mtt Oracle Weloy sad two youoeer Uteri and MUi Oa Godtny And for this token of love and rUP Ct- tblle dear Niel will ever bold a brtgbt place to the memory of the writer nod bl enradeeThe of Ootob r bad tes ohOMQ oa aeoooat of It btlu lbe seal vertary of tba basal of rVrTllli F vrblca occurred 42 yare Agar Tt Mat for the baglnnlae of obi extrcUv bad arrived ad an Iddrl wag node toy the tnanautr at aarttoo Diet wbo delved the meaning at4oe alga or a reunion after wttteb Her John Ovdb v led la ai aWl prayer Theo ae addrtat ably sad etc qtitDtl delivered toy Rev 8 U Car rler DIr was next in order The audloe rtnutMd Mated wolte tbe +oldlra were formed late line aad ratrcbod by two dowa to the otnt vrbere eole blOOD sod cracker bid been aletiv prepared by tile cook Mr Jerry Weiltv ton el an honorable v- atperas Tin rapt were drawn sod tbe Hoed sod broiled on the end of trimmed stink or switches and alo berDner was eaten just litre ihote we ate 40 yeare ago This din nor was prepared In this way that tbe yMBf petpU might appreciate more thoroughly the laorlOeei made for thaw h After dlooer an address wan deliver ed by Hev Murphy of South Pulaikl Thee tome amp Ire exereliM wero made very iDtereUIng by tbe honorable and ipcublo oomradec Albert N f Well of the 10th Ky Infantry and John Bdwardi of the Chicago Commer etal Battery A abort reatnlieenoe wai glvee by soother comrade of tbe rate or march made by Geo Ourbrldge from Mt Sterling Ky down to Salt villa Va with a large force of mouot ad Infantry and cavalry with teveral batterl of light artillery inch at Mid be carried aeroM the mountain at tbe battle on tbe way zed at Salt rtlleon tbe Ootitoe river and the aeorebed pumpkin and earn n ed when rallOM rave out A beautiful and eo Jeyable daywac ipent by all In attend nose I beard the with cxpreited that wa might eajoy many mere snob happy JayeJOAR RIONKT PREACHERSVILLE The girl itlll bat tie ie leap year A candidate from this plane U not an Improbability Mr J F Shaw Is recovering from her resent tnjorlci Mr James Green who has been quite III U no better Rev Jordan I+ at Carterivllle engag ad In D meeting In his abienoe the pulpit at tbe M E church la filled by Rev Wm Sprinkle A very good lied crowd was In attendance MUc Qeulah Jordan has returned relatlvellafor of Staeford via lied at John C Pepple Menri Leslie FUrber VV Q Cummloi and Richard Pettul Jr are attending the Worlds fair Ilcv J C Carmleal will begin a t protraoted meeting at the Uaptlit church Sunday Be will be assisted by Rev Klrabal The choir of the Hamlet church U practicing two eve nine + each week to be ready for the meeting Tbe last meeting was hold at the home of Mr and Mrs J M Cress The staging II conducted by Mr J F Holtwlaw Miss Ella Thoirp ti SOD was appointed organist at the last church meeting Saves Two From Death t II Our llltle daughter had an almost far tal attack of whooping cough and bron ehltU write Nrs W IC Havlland of Arraonk NY but when all other remedies failed wo saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in nn advanced stage also used this wonderful roedlolno and today she is perfectly well Dos Ierato throat and lung dUeasas yield to Drltlngs Now Discovery ns to no other wedldne on easily Infallible for Coughs land Colds 80o and fl00 battles guaranteed by Penny Drug Store Trial bottles free Mss Hester Duncan a beautiful Rus eclhllle young woman was accidentally killed during the night by tbo discharge of a pUtoI the kept under t her pillow H George W Swanor OBI been appoint ed postmaster at Raccoon Laurel coun T Bobbltt and His Law Student GRAH OHOJIAUD KY Oct 12 This beautiful October morning tinged with autumnal atmosphere I will write a few lines to tho widely circulated Semi Weekly to Inform the public that I have a brilliant young law student and want five more to complete my class My old friend G M Jones once talked of giving me a boy or two for the purpose of teaching him the Intricate science of jurisprudence I delight In elementary law for It Is al ways based upon reason and la a de lightful study after a close application for awhile I studied under that homo dooilslmui Judge T Z Morrow and It may be well aid of him and Judge Saulley Lemmas dootlstml for they are twoof tbo profouede Jurist I have ever met Judge Morrow told me all the law there Is In tbe four books of Ulaekstone and be has been my favor la taxi writer for four dtoadet and I eon quote mere psges from Blaetcttone than all the other 36 000 lawyer In the State of Kentucky I lean law like It Is In the book and sever have to tell a client out tomorrow and In the mean time I will look up the law I sometimes have to show It to the court or opposing eouniel otberwUe 1 should never takn a law book ID the court here I rise after hearing my pupil recite bit elementary lesion teach him HIt six every day business tact such as be might need every day For Instance a merobaot aGQouo l barred by the statute of limitation In two year counting from January lot fol lowing tbe date of the last article charged Account between mer chant and other people five year a security is released In seven years a principal on note In 16 year All this to be talked over at home and tbu Impress It deeply and Indelllbly upon laic memory To give an example of the rapid progress of my student be commenced reading Monday Wednesday I was spoken to by two clients I took one side and I told the other applicant I would give her an embryo lawyer that would win ber case which ho did and this Is the way he closed hi speech Now may It please your Honor tbl old prosecuting witness took undue ad vantage of my fair client who site a sable queen of Ethiopia upon au Ivory throne and after Invoking tbe aid of the Commonwealth he maker haste to employ tbe ablest lawyer In Lincoln county to prosecute tbe case My client subiequectly applied to the acme attorney to defend her but una ble to take a fee on both sides be re ferred her to me and she was compell ed to accept the services of smaller fry Now as tblllil my Out ease my maiden short I should hate to disappoint the Implicit eonBdenoe reposed In me and lose her case and should be mortified to return to my home with tbe banner of defeat trailing In the dust behind me Tremendous applause and a Judgment of acquittal and Friday my student bought a magnificent suite of olllco furniture lie now wears a whole bay tree of laurels upon his noble brow FONTAINE Fox BOIIIUTT KINGSVILLE Mr SM Owens says If there any Itump peaking bes ready to do bll part Prloiarlc are hateful things It must be vary dlflloult lor good democrats to oboote a nominee out of so many good ted capable men Maek Wllllami has returned troll the World Fair W L McCarty Is spending most of his time electioneer ing His son E M MoCarty has full charge of his fathers store now Mrs Edmund Murphy has rented Mr W L MoCartys residence and will run a hotel and boarding house The house Is very well adapted for the purpose ns It was originally a tavern Mr and Mrs McCarly will board wltb Mr nod Mrs Edmund Murphy Mrs MoCarty will continue the mllll nery business Sbo has now a hand some line of Fall and Winter millinery W W Wither moved his family to tbn Pennybaokor Hotel Monday Mrs Walter will be assisted In tbe running ot the house by liar mother Mrs annie Carey and will doubtless keep a good house Mr Waltur will prove a genial host and like his brother G A Walter Is quite popula- rTestimony of a Minister Rev Joo S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 veares I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and trlod all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I bean the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had mo in its grasp for 12 years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its bj Pennys Drug Store at only nocIBarbourvllle people are making an effort to put In water worLlI i NEWS NOTES Tbe battleship Georgia was launched at Bath Mr Dr B F Reynolds president of the Nicholas county board of health la head Tbe State convention of the Daugh tern at the Confederacy Is In session atI Paducah At Athens 0 Frank Blackstone was beatun to death with a beer bottle by Emmett Mason Itoy Salmoo former county attorney of Hopkins county and a well known attorney committed suicide Tbe first snow storm of the season struck Albany N Y Wednesday Snow rain and sleet covered the groundCol James P Averlll Junior vice commander of tbe Grind Army of tbe Republlo died suddenly at his home In Atlanta Miss Olive R Camersoa of Wash legion City smashed all records by writing 2300 words on a typewriter In seven hours The court of appeals has affirmed tbo sentence of death Imposed on John Hathaway convicted of the murder of his mistress at Winchester The gunboat Paducab wassuoccssfut ly launched at Morris Heights Miss Annie May Yelser daughter of the mayor of PAducab christened the yes eelD L Bailey of Louisville was elected Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at Morganfleld Tbe next meeting of the Grand Lodge will be held at Sbelbyvllie Schwartz Schiller Si Co glove man ufacturers of Broadway New York and one of tbe leading firms In tbo trade In the country have been petl Honed Into bankruptcy The annual report ot the commissary general of the army shows that tbecost of feeding the United States Army the last fiscal year was 18231760 Tbe en listment of bakers In the army is recom mendedOn of the scarcity of good corn the Kentucky distillers will not open their plants until late this year sod It 1 believed that general operations In the State will not begin before the new crop of corn le matured which will delay the season until Jan 1 Mice Bessie Stone and Robert Gill who eloped from Ashland Va were found dead with their hnode clasped near a pond In that vicinity by a searching party A bullet hole In the bead of each told the story of supposed double suicide or murder and suicide Charles F Kelley former speaker of the lower house of tbe St Louis Assembly who pleaded guilty to perjury In connection with the suburban build log deal was sentenced to two years In the penitentiary Chas A Gutkle- a former member of the assembly was sentenced to five years for bribery At the Instigation of Dr Welter A Lackey who was recently removed as tnt assistant physician at tbe Western Asylum for tbe Insane Supt Milton Board Commissioner CU BuehJobn MIQuarleeby tbe Christian county grand Jury for malfeasance In office Dr Lackey was indicted for committing assault and battery on an Inmate Supt Board is charged with padding pay rolls and with keeping a dead man on the payrolls for several months while the commissioners arc Indicted for selling supplies to the Institution All are charged with presenting to State Sen ator Gus W Richardson two heifers belonging to tbe State In turn for his efforts In securing from the lIt Goner al Assembly the 75000 appropriation for the Western Asylum This last obargo Is admitted to be true Sena tor Richardson was a member of the Senate committee that visited tbe asylum and recommended tbe approprl lotion Many Mothers of a Like Opinion Mrs Iilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was subject to croup of a severe type and the giving of Cham berlains Cough llomedy promptly al ways brought relief Many mothers in this neighborhood think the same an I do about this remedy and want no other rind for their children For sate by all druggists TUB Lexington Democrat makes a great campaign offer of Us Sunday and dally edition from now until after tbe November election for tl This Is about u cent a copy and U not only the cheap est dally you can get buuthe best dew ocratic organ you can read during the present campaign This olllce will take your order for the Democrat but tbe cash must Invariably accompany It To the Worlds viaQueen t- Crescent Route and Southern RailwayI Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information adducesI W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Crab Orchard- Mr Sam Scott returned to her home In Somerset Friday There will be services at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening conducted by tbe pastor Rev John B Jones It Is rumored that Mr F F Bobble will open a law office in a room In Mr Cui too home and that Mr Faulkner Kennedy wilt study law with him Another little voter has arrived nt tbe home of Mr and Mr James An derson Mrs Ramsey of near Bee Lick and niece Miss Myrtle Dally re Gently returned from a lengthy visit to Normal III visited friends here lait week Miss Settle McFall will leave for the World Fair this week from there she goes to Florida to spend tho winter Mrs M P Morgan and little daughter Lucile and son Clowd epent Sunday with ber mother Mrs Gormley Mr MoWborter and Mite Sallle have returned from Paint Lick Messrs Alex Beaatcy of Lancaster and eon Will Bcazley of Louisville were In Crab Orchard Mrs J G Car peeler of Stanford and daughters Misses Tevls and Josephine were with relatives hero Sunday Misses Allle and Susan VanArsdale of Stanford were guests of Mrs S E Brooks Mlis Mollle Mrs Robert Collier aDdI Brodhcad wax hero Tuesday Mr J Burcb of Chattanooga Is a guest of Burch Buchanan Miss Roxle Spang ler will leave soon for StLouls and will extend her trip to Texas to visit rela lives there Mr B Holtzclaw spent last week In Cincinnati Carl little son of George Cummins is quite sick with typhoid fever Mrs Alice New land left Monday for Madison Ind to attend the burial of ber brother Mr Thomas Mesdames J F Holdam and W M Morris were In Danville Satur day shopping OTTENHEIM R G Collier lost a fine milk cow lest weekMrs S M Chandler has been very sick but Is Improving Ed Ballard Is assisting F L Davis In his shop during the busy season Terry Newell have bought another bunch of timber and are working soy eral hands on It R G Collier wbo Is a Confederate soldier and 05 years old climbed a tall tree and ebook out a coon for his dog to kill George and James Grayson are talk lag of selling out and going to Oklahoma We regret to give such good neighbors up Eld J G Livingston eold three mule colts to C M Jones for 1105 John James sold an aged mule to Skelton Coleman for 135 Tbe saw mills in this section are standing Idle on account of the drouth Chas Ensllo Is able to run his about two days out of tbe week Joseph Coleman and Mrs Martha Lewis were married at thohomo of tbe bride Tble makes five times Mr Cole man has been married and four times for his better half Yet some people will look you squarely In the face and say marriage Is a failure Bird Law 1 It Is a line of not less than 15 nor more than 125 to kill or have in posses sion after belngkllled any partrldgeor quail between Nov 16th and Dec 31st or any rabbit or squirrel between Sept I5tb and Nov 15th 2 It Is a fine of from 810 to 925 to buy sell transport or to have In pos Lesion to sell or transport any quail or partridge Each bird Is a separate of fenso nod the lee Is from 25 to 150 far each offense after tbe first 3 The game warden hoe the power to arrest on first sight and without war rant anyone found violating these laws and may confiscate and destroy any rune dogs or game found In tbe pos session of such person RemedyIsatisfaction that I recommend Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kgm dysave Druggist A W Sawtolle of Hartford Coon Recently a gentlerntn came into my store BO overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to tbe loon I gave him a dose and in 15 min doe ho left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as over For sale by all druggists American sewing machines are be ing sold Inthe heart of Africa at a lower figure than tbo poor white seems stress can bop to buy one forAtlao ta Constitution A Representatives of the Mormon Church of Utah are negotiating for the purchase of a tract of 900000 acres of land In the State of Tabasbo Old Mex- Ico If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They will do you good For Bile by all drujglK t i BROWN Suits arc the fashion this Fall Id the color suits you our Suits will suit It isntI every one who can wear Brown however andsoi J weve every other good effect in sack suitsji i 1000 to25OO i near arses T o mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE H J HEINZ COS New goods just received at W H HIGGINS If you want something good to eat leave jour order for Cherry Peach BlaokberryStrawberry Pine Apple Red and Black Raspberry Damson Preserves also Apple Butter Sweet and Sour Pickles India Relish Queen Olives Evaporated Horse Raddish Sweet Onions Chila Sauce To mato Chutney Baked Beans Mustard Dressing Worchester and Pepper Sauce Pearl Onionsc W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY Wo wish to announce to the people of Stanford and surround ing country that our FALL and WINTER etocit of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladles and fonts Furnishings is now complete and we invite each and every one to visit our Store nUll examine our stock und prices which wo hopo will be of interest as well as important to yourself as to us Dont forget The New Store It is the place to get the nest Goods fur the Least Money v Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky school supplies and school BOOKS rW B McRobertsu Wo are now showing a grout lino of FALL null WINTER SHOES fur all sizes of foot Cull tojauil let tu diev you oir lino loloro making your FALL PURCHASES W EPerkins ISTANFORD SHOES Crab Orchard KX IrliI i I J fi I SUE INTERIOR JOURNA U E C WALTON u I DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President t ALTONBROOxsPARRERof For rice Pretidtnt HENRY G DAVIS of lrm VirtMa For Judge Fifth Appsr late DUrttt JVDGEUA3IES CAXTRILL GeorgeteanI GEORGE G GILBERT t of Shelby rWHEN a Negro la strung up in the South for committing a brutal assault upon a white woman the sensitive eoul of President Roosevelt ehuddera It grieves hIm to see the door of hope I thus rudely closed forever on one o the wards of the nation But when horse thieves were given the abortI shrift In the West be approved the pol icy saying In his volume recounting I his experiences as a ranchman InIl many of the cases of lynob law which f have come to my knowledge the effect hoe been healthy for the community II This change of view can easily be aoI I counted for The Negroes have more votes than the horse thievesi BRYAN waged the greatest battle ever ought In a convention at St Louis and while be did not get all be contended for be wrote Into the platI form the eternal principles of democra- oy and made It easy for every man who believes ad be does to give loval supI port to the National ticket He frank I ly admits that the questions of Imperialism and trusts are grayer than the money problem and bows to the will the majority In theta matters He 03nslstent In his defense of Judge Par bar who although opposed to free sit ver voted for Bryan twice when other democrats In the East flocked to the republican standard WITH the election less than four weeks off there la absolutely no political excitement and apparently very little Interest Senator Gorman says it Is the calm that portends a political earthquake such a calm as preceded the second election of Mr Cleveland Be that as It may one thing Is pateDtI If the party In power with Its 200000 officeholders cant get up even a little show of enthusiasm their ease must be desperate The signs are porten ttous of a famous democratic victory WHILE Fairbanks killing the late crops In the West with his cold storage speeches Tom Taggart la winning the voters of Indiana over to the supportof Parker and Davis The Booster Senator was put on the ticket because of his barl and his alleged popularity in his home State He has neither open the one nor revealed the other and ted national republican committee Is t plainly disappointed belpelectJocrate If you are not It Is high timeI you were getting to work The I tion is less than four weeks off and it you to put In every lick In the short time Intervening beE Ible now and Nov 8 Work talleJ vote for the magnificent ticket un ti der the rooster and you will always be proud of ithSATISFIED that Kentucky Is as sure for democracy as Ohio Is for the re publicans and by almost as large a ma 1jorlty Senator Blackburn has gone to Indiana In response to u call from the national committee and Is doing valiant I work there He will be beard later however In this State which has de- lightedi to honor him TUB democrats carried Indiana In certp tale to carry iu in 1004 Tom Taggart a has gone home to personally conduct o the canvass and with Bryan whooping of them up from early morn to close of 1daythere la every indication that we are going to get good news from tboc Hooale stateS- ENATOR DANIEL who Is with him on his speaking tour of West Virginia declares that he la having a more strenuous time In keeping up with ryoungDavit than he had in follow log the lead of Stonewall Jackson In a h gray Jacket during the war to IPOLITICAL committee has planned to put 76 speakers In Kentucky during the last 11 days of tho campaignFormer Gov W Murray Croon o Dalton Mass has been appointed Uni ted States Senator to succeed the late George F Hpar In a heated political discussion over the merits ot Vice Presidential Candi date Davis Walter Frcemont shot and killed Soloman DIahman at Hunting ton W Va Mr Bryan was greeted by large and enthusiastic audiences on his Indians tour Last night ho spoke at Fort Wayne to the largest crowd ever assembled there at a political demonstra lion Tbe Peoples party In Kentucky has failed to file petitions with the secrete ry ot State to get their candidates for Congress on the ofllclal ballot Nomi nations have been made In the First and Third districts The democratic campaign In New York opined at Buffalo with a mass meeting Jude D Cady Berrlok nom inee for governor was tbe principal epbaker Other speakers wore Francis Burton Harrison John Ciinneen and Edwaad M Grout Tbe Louisville republicans who led the fight against Dr W Godfrey Hunter In the 11th district say that It Is now too late for him to make a contest against D C Edwards They say that the secretary of State has unlortbe law I certified that Edwards iy the nominee and that tbe certification must be made 30 days before the election Tuesday being the last day- Here and There organfopen shop and Is opposed to strikes It Is announced that Chicago la to have the largest hotel In the world It will be 22 stories high and cost 810000 000Jesse L Green killed his father with a corn knife on a farm near Mayfield He was adjudged insane and Immediately sent to the insane asylum President Francs of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition la quoted in a speech as saying that 81000000 has been lost by closing the gates on Sun dayIn deciding a ease from the Hardin circuit court the court of appeals up creaIAsso elation Mrs Basil W Duke of Louisville was reelected president of the State organization of the Daughters of the PatHardy was reelected corresponding secretary The Favette county grand Jury re NeI gro charging with attempting to poison Mrs James H Mulligan Accompanying the Indict ment was a report exonerating Jame J Mulligan from any connection with the attempted poisoning MATRIMONIAL John Morgan and Miss Minnie Gun dlff both of Dunnvlllo Casey county were married Wednesday Lde Turner the former proprietor of the old Quarterhouee was married to Miss Delia Pridemore at Mlddlasboro At Dunnyllle Casey county yesterday Dr George Purdy and Miss Lusy Bell and Clayton Mcwer and Miss OHIe Rice were Joined heart and hand Miss Carrie Riker one of the most beautiful girls In Mercer and Fred Michel railroad secretary of the State Y M C A were married at the Pro byterian church in Harrodsburg which was handsomely decorated Af ter a brldal trip to Canada the young couple will sail November 11 for India where Mr Michel will organize special work for railroad men Mr James C Hooker and Miss Hatj ie Orndorff popular young people of Livingston and well known here were married last week The groom Is a prominent business man of his town Is a brother of Mrs W O Speed this place The bride la the young est daughter of Mr and Mrs J JI Orndorff and la ae pretty ae she Is accomplished They will make their ome at Livingston CHURCH MATTERS Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn log Eld Jos Ballou will preach to the Christian church congregation In Wal tons Opera House Sunday morning next Rev 0 M Buoys subject Snnday morning will be The Blessedness of Faithfulness at night A Man With Purpose Dr B B Bailey for 10 years pastor the Winchester Baptist church has accepted a call to the Shelbyvllle of that denomination Broke Into His House- S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by In vaslon of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings Now Life Tills broke into his house Lie trouble was arrested and now es entirely cures Theyre guaranteed taro 25o at Pennys Drug Store I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A railroad la being projected to con nect Beattyvllle Manchester Harbour villa and Jcllico Pleas Campbell died at noon and bis 110 yoar old son at 8 oclock of typhe fever tho same day at Williamsburg N H W Aaron formerly Common wealths attorney of the Casey district will move to Liberty and open alaw of One Dllbert Clnnamond a Shelby county farmer attempted suicide because it alleged his wedding engagement ha boon broken off The beet strike in the Knox county oil fields for several month was drIlled in on the Mayps farm on Rlchlandbv a Chicago concern Gov J O W Beokham will speak at Kllnbottuown on October 1M feel the democrats there are making greet preparatlot1 for a big meeting The Jury In the case of George New man charged with killing Pascal Bry ant near Corbln brought In a verdict at London giving him a life sentence It E Uoddard was awarded 85200 damages against the Southern railway About a yoar ago he was loading stool at the Harrodsburg depot and In going around the car to see If the door was I properly fastened hd stepped Into a shoulderThe bytherodsburg Herald PENNY SIGNS BOND Mlona Natures Cure For Dyspepsia Costs NothIng If it Falls The guarantee given with Mlona is no ordinary promise It is a guarantee bond signed by your own druggist a re liable firm right In this town UlARANTBK MONO I hereby agree to refund the money paid for Mlona on re turn of empty box if the pur chaser tolls me thatlt has failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee coven two boxes or a months treat meet Price 60a per box Signed A few doses of MiDna will strengthen the nerves of the stomach so that the ap i petite will return and you will be started on the right road to health Ninetythree percent of chronic die eases begin with dyspepsl Cure the dyspeptic troubles regulate the digestion and avoid the fate of chronic invalidism uslDIJicosts you nothing unless It cur- esESTRAY pousdscameOwner can have same by for keep o hog and this advertisementA Moreland Ky Only flOODaily g Sunday a DemocratFor This will cover th Presidential Campaign which promises to be one of th most exciting in his tory Subscribe NOW and get all the NEWS W P WALTONLexington Ky The Interior Journal will gladly take orders for this great offer but the CASH must invariably accompany the order A Nice Home For Sale 1 I wish to toll privately the ipendld reel dence OD logan Avenue Stanford which has Just been completed lieu four largo rootnswldo hall good dining room and bath room Iia two storf one ono II JidM a IHOME FOR SALE If not sold privately before I will sell public auction on Nov II count court day my house in Graded School die tilct out of city limits The house Is a farce room and there are seven outhousedJOIN OIIUI3TMAN Stanford Ky ReQ JONES DENTISTStanford ILy ump In Mrs House Parlor Plane II tTHEJoseph Price Infirmary is oi m all the year for the treatment 0f surgical and chronic diseases and for MD sultfttlon Board and nursing shall be sea In advance weekly Prates slonal bills duo when services are rendered and roust two paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Rruce do Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ii solicited hones on commission Stock Pona In Connections BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH il Having decided to quit the bucjry business 111111 sell for next M days at Wet far oath a oar load of llugglea Surreys Phaetons and IIa kbordsi also a of Harness They are oil tho latest style and best make Part of the vehicles are rub ber tired Come to see me and get a bargain at once before they are all gone CURTIS OOVBIL OrabOrcbard ICy Greatest Bargains In CtotblDK Furnhlilnp Good lists ape I Rw ever orated at the CincinnatiBargain Store AT ORAn OUOHAHI KY In Oeorge Holmes storeroom on Otttmheha pike Oath and ejcacnlae my stock MAX RKI3KK Pror PUBLIC SALE I I have decided to quit forming sad will on Friday Oat fa soil My fares contain ing 18 acres situated on tbe wat M off Drakes Greek 11 miles from Protchert Tllle oa Uw Pall Ltok A LaocasMr pike known as the Jordan MalllM place The farm is well watered At least 1 acre of the land U good hemp and tobacco land It Is all In grass and well fvaeed At same time 1 will sell tll barrel of corn three milk cows 1 sddle tone extra good one t 1llhtnlng hay baler Stood as new form I lallmplemontl of all kind A lot et hewee bold and kltohen rnltsre Sale wilt begin at 10 oclock A u sharp Term mde known on day of sale W1I nanaer4 Preachenvtll Ky J P Chandler All- otPUBLIC SALE I I It not told privately I will on 07TOHRX nearepersonalty consisting of II acres ef corns Ik shook some baled millet OHM 1 good bat BI aare one good Syeurold horse colt byr Ba le ose Shy by Uer workemUll cow a lot of farming lnmleineat ie sew lhorse wagon one now IMsc barrow I doable A barrow two Ihorae turning plows one good Xhorao cultivator one I horse caltlraUw oaegood rubber tired bug Icy and become wagon aDd plow gear other things too numerous to meetlun also household and kitchen furniture P L IIBOK J P Chandler An- atPUBLIC SALE I ilavlng determined to change my bust ness I will on- SATURDAY OCTOBER II 1011 Sell my farm of J10 acres of good bottom- land Tho farm Is one of the best In that locally being adapted to corn wheat and oau This farm lIet four miles South of Orab Orchard and two miles North of Hum Sulphur neAr the road leading from Crab Orchard to Brodhead This Is n good tobac eo farm as It hal been tried by a Virginia tobacco raiser IthaI dwelling on It a good barn and a never falling spring near tbe house Have also a lot of person ally Horse cattle hogs crop of earn 1 stacks of hay 1 twohorse wagon Farming Implement consisting of plow roar and wagon harness 1 cook stove dressers acd bedstead Many other things too numerous to mention Terms made known OP day of sale Everybody Invited W T HOUK Oum Sulphur Ky Col J P Chandler Au- ctAdministratrixs Sale On THURSDAY DOT 20 1001 at late residence of Churchill Yeagor on Lancaster Dnnvlllo turnpike near Hubble I will sell to the highest bidder GOO or 060 barrels of corn In 2 extra tins Norman mares about Cyears old farming Implements con sisting of cultivators harness two 2horse wagons 3 hay frames etc Also 10 or 12 stacks of mlxoa bay and 2 large rickspof straw M1W O II YEAOER At the same time and place I will offer 7 or 8 cows and calves 6 sown plgsS good yearling mules 4 of them mare 2 pairs of extra good work mules mare and some farming Implements and other ItookITrims 10 cash amount 3 months time with Interest from date of sale with good security All person having claims against the estate will IlrelenL them at onto properly proven Those owing the estate pleas delaySale at 10 A M MRS 0 II YEAQER A U Ilourne Auct sweeping Reductions 4 busy by Jan 1st we have made up our minds that we will have to make a LOSS So here it 1 goes Cloaks One Lot Ladle Clarke worth S mid 1ow SIts i One Lot Ladlee Cloaks worth 8030 to 780 now SRO One Lot Lattice Cloaks worth i8 and 810JlOI 850iOne Lot radios CJouJw worth 81S50 now 730 f rOneLot Ludiw Ctata worth Sli awl 19 now SiW One Lot Chihlrvns Ckaka wwrth 183aoic 6Wc x t tOn Lot CMMrwis Iworth S aoDOW n7c to One Lot Childrens Cloak wort d tend 850 now SI4 One Lot ChiUlrni Cloak worth 350stow 198 Out Lot Infante Cloaks worth SI sow 18c One Lot Infinite Cloaks worth S 160 sow Ube tDress GOodsr t fOuoOno Lot Wool DrUM Goals worth n now 75c rOno Lot Wool Dross Goodiworth SUiO and 175M w Sl ssrislvtva 1INand CLOTHING HATS SHOES and MIL ftLINERY Special Low Prices throughout our entire stock It will pay you to see our stock and prices before you buy 1 masarm THE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO I LANCASTER KYrThere Is A Difference In Merchandise I The wrong kind at any old price The right kind at the right pricelEtesydepartulemtgoods We are showing dress good in Mouths Ker- sey Cheviots Urondcloth nnd Suitinfe from 4 w la 225 per yard We have axdiuivo jUeral in KUn MCteltM Outings Oi s 1eo4lllepeetionRemember tHe Sorosis When you think of tint belt Underskirt madefnY8e 1088 We have howl hags Peggy from Paris neaa TaSacoiH lote Il8 the largest city store We have udaly thing that knew for the boys Price range from 1150 to sa age two jwim up to Itt years lluy your Pall pttrchnMB fttMn the THE GRAND LEADER OW8IBY IILOCK M B Lo y 8 Co r 1tWATCH Ollt AIW I S B LovyI J DR E H MURRAY 7t OPHTHALMOLOGISTThat tttion in 1IKALTII end tliecaso Century Dictionary 1 HBO no MEDICINE either in oxnintnation or trsetment of tho eyes nor S erform any SURGICAL operation hut simply correct all defects of Ro c fraction with perfect ADJUSTKD GLASSES Have snccoaifully flttOit several hundred pairs of glassoa in Boyle and Surrounding counties will lx at f Cr c St Asaph Motel Saturday Oct 22 cl Dr E M MurrayEI Ophthalmologist v a Home Office With Murray A MaAdaiug Danville Ky t 1tb 1t 1ITH 3 o ii i iititIO-cWe tell a grey Shirt and Pants for children In very soft elastic rib bed They begin at 10 cents for the small size 25c We prooured through our New York buyer a case ef childrens union wilt The eqaal of any jsc garment you ever iaw Oar price sjc For 50c A Union Suit for Boys and Glrli Perfect in worhmanihlp and design Very soft and elastic conforms to every movement of the body Any site from a to 14 years jo cents We can supply you for each member of the family and you will be astonished how little they cost t SEVERAtfCE TAIOTFORD I THE INTERIOR t n n STANFORD KTM Oct 11 1001 n IN addition to our Dice Hoe of Dox Paper we keep In itoolc a large line of writing Tablet with envelopes to match Tablet of Linen or Bond pa Mr ruled or unruled 10 to 8ft cents Kovelopes of Linen or Bond 10 to 90 ola per paokace Peony Drug Store 1 Stanford Ky w PERSONALS MRS NORA M GOODKNKIHT Is at the World Fair OR J B OWBU5Y went to Obatta nooc Wednesday MR W U TKAYLOU went to Olnolo Han this atternoon r Mns JA ULAIN of Haslonvllle was with the Misses hills MR J S OOOKRII and little son Jesse arc at the World Fair Miss MARY UHABLKY of the Wet TNit left CraigLt went to Wlnefaester this morning MRS U J LVLKS and Ml s Jessie Cooke returned to Kasbvtlle Wednos stay M IK Dove MAR MARRY of Parks vllle Is tbeltU of Mil s Anna Logan Martin WALTBR JOHNSON et Sprlogflold 111 1s Timing his ant Mrs J O Horton MRS WlLUAM FlHLOS of Lazing ton la with her father Ron0 A I LaqkoyMiBB MARIB MAHONY who Is attend sehoal at Georgetown Is at home for a few days MISS DALtlK ItOY TON of Garrard was the guest of Misses Mattle and Bette Paxton LUTOHHR GKINSTRAD Is at thliin irmary threatened with appeedloltli- HlebmoMt IltRlsterJ- AMHB M SACKLRY wbe Is new station 3 m Georgetown was here with the bemefellts yesterday MRS Wood OOILVIUI art sister Mils Pearl Loiter of PrtMeton are K iesu of Mrs J C Days MHBUAMB8 S 0 DICKS and R Lee Iloey of Boooe ooaaty are guests of Rev and Mrs O M Duay MISS SUSAN PlSUBK WOOM reWrn ed jTMtertlny from a prutraated and de ItrhUuI trip to the PaalSo slope MRS DR W 8 IU KiN of Atlanta was here yesterday en route to Laaeat tir to visit her brothers and titters Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDBKS and her CUelt Mlis Little Caldwell of Loadoa tfjt yesterday morning for the Worlds Blr MR ANn MIIS O P MortroowKnv a spent a few days with Mrs Moitgom rys parents at Ilustonvllla Liberty Nwsrffydselslea of Dr W S Beailey to ktjalo io California means the tots to LaotMter of one of her best moat on tgrprlllnir and valuable oltlaens Con- rr Record Mil JOHN G LYNN and bride ro e turned yesterday from St Louie where they wore married last Wednesday and remained a tow days In the Mound City uoJoyloR the fair They will have rooms at Mrs Ann Moore on Fourth St Advocate MR 0 L PRDITT of Mlddleburc was In the city on business last week Hitler Joe Ballou of Stanford Is visit 4 log the scones of his boyhood around Burnildo lie will hold a meeting in the Christian church at Mill Springs Somerset Journal LOCALS SHE my line of lap robes J 0 Mc fClacy f t DHLiailTKUL weather bjt entirely too dry1 8160 to 116 9K at our now fur Severance d Son J FIRE proof root paint at W N Craigs Pharmacist SEK tbe Wonder the original Hot John Bright Jr d- t J Blast Stove at Gos FOR SALK Good family horse See W W Withers or L R eloverWANTED to buy hay and straw delivered at W H Tray lor1 distillery M J Hoffman Co by I M BruceC IlofSK KBEiKHB be sure to read W U Biggins ad this week You oso go to nett return over tbe K 0 Sunday for 1150 TrAIt leaves Stanford at 6 A M L 8TYIBB absolutely e0 rrset See the Tourists Coats Oarrlok Coal Butch er Coats SevtraMe ok Soo BOMB meat hungry thief stole a 300 POUOQ hog from Mrs Mary A Glvens1 fattening pen tbe other night t ALL persons Indebted to tbe firm of Carson fc Pence will pltain settle with Mr A M Peooe at tbe old stand St RBAD Sheriff M 3 Baugbmans tax notice la this lime Be makes a number of appointments to Meet the tax- pAyer We are receiving bigof coal ofI all grades Now Is the time to buy while the roads are good J H Baugb man d Co Jk TUB new storeroom at Hedgovllle will be ready for some party new goods by the 10th of November Joe H Rice Danville Ky r YOUR attention Is called to the ad vertisement the Logan Dry Goods Co Laneaitcr which appear on our second page Some great bargains are offered DRNNON HINBS of Morgantown blew out the gas In the Gllcber Hotel Danville and was almost dead when found several hours later He was re suiettalod after hard work T MR W L DAWSON carrier on Ru ral Route No 2 received an up todate wagon to carry mall In Thursday but the shafts got lost en route and he wont use It until they show up WK are glad to that report that Mr W H Johnson familiarly known as Free Silver was dead Is not true We did BOI vouch for the IruthfalnoM of the statement when we printed it- ltoctcs THAT FLOAT Samuel K Dudderar of the Gilbert Creek etta tion gave us the ether day a couple of rooks that are almost as light as feathers They float as well as tbe touch advertised Ivory soap done IN order to make room for a different line of goods beginning the nib and continuing until sold I will sell at strictly eott price my catlrti stoolc of notions and novelties Tbetc rood are all now sod of belt quality Mrs Dell ale SauadreMR CUAKLKS RROD a good cltlaen and sterling democrat annoupoes LIs candidacy for the nomination for mag istrate In the Crab Orchard district in a card this tree There are few better men in the eoiicty than Mr Radd and none with a cleaner democratic record than he has Rend his oard and see if it haint tbe right ring IN a fight at Junction City between B W Durham Use wellknown druggist and Joba Wright a farmer both were shot twice The letters wounds are thought to be dangerous It It claimed that Wright was drinking and tbat be came to Durhams store where be Indulged In some threatening and abusive language Tills oflloe has about completed printing the minutes of the Cumber land River Association the 05th see lion of which waif held with Double Springs Baptist church at Waynes burg Mr John Singleton was moderator and Mr IL B CaldwellJr clerk The meeting was a most successful and Interesting one We have been print log the minutes of this association for many years our gooi friend tbo above Mr Caldwell always securing the work for us ABOUT WATKR Mr n Frank Rout manager of the Stanford Water Light ice Co tells ue that if the patrons will use water with any degree of economy them will bo no danger of a water famine here but If they persist In sprinkling recklessly and permit ting their hydrants to run day and night the chances are we may bo do nled drinking water If the drouth con tinues It behooves every person who takes water to uio It economically or we may be placed in tho predicament the Harrodsburg people are without It The water company tbero was com palled to shut down because the supply has exhausted I Any Fair Man or Woman f 1s willing to pay what an article is worth If we all knew just bow little the produc ers of the raw material the manufacturers and we the distributor get out of an ar ticle at 10 25 or joe as the case may be you would not wonder at the small cost and certainly would not complain at the low price goofs are sold at today There is no better illustration of this than in the prices of Headymade Underwear for Men Women and Children Note carefully each item h06a r r SON JOURNAL Hughess FOOTBALL tomorrow afternoon GLAS8K8 theand frames to- IL the face at Dr W N Craig Phar macist DR CLIFTON FOWLRR waskicked on the ankle by a colt last week and was laId up several days but we are glad to State be Is out again EXCHANOK Tbe Ladles Aid Soele ty of the Baptist church will have an exchange In K L Relnbarts storeSat urday Oct K Leave vour orders ED QU11H AHD adke to say to the ladles of Lincoln and adjoining oonn tleC that bo wants to buy their turkeys ItDd tbat he will pay tbe highest mar Ket price DONT forget tbat tb will be a game of football at the Graded School grounds tomorrow Saturday after noon between the Stanford and Lancas ter teams v SHORTHAND AND BOOKKEBPINO Taught thoroughly by mall Teacher can Increase their earning capacity bv taking a course For Information write J W Dull 427 Madison Avenue Covlngton Ky 4t PAlHR for the allotstobe used in this county at the November election has been shipped to this office Tbe weight of tbe six roll sent Is 483 pounds We will begin work on the ballots Mondayweok JUDOE BAILEY has appointed Mr W T Saunders game warden for Lincoln county If you hear of the bird law being disregarded report to him at once and be will not only put a stop to- IL but will make the breaker of the law pay a severe penalty WILL vou be so kind as to get some mathematician to oaloJllte the follow log example for mo asks Mr John Bright An acre of oow beate planted In rows IS Inehes apart and you get one beet weighing eight Sounds every foot In the row bow many pounds will you have on tbe aore V MRS J W HAUIN writes from tbe Worlds Fair that she lost t8 OP her way to the depot Instead of tlO ai stated In these columns last Issue Nothing has been beard from the moc ey however aad It U more than prob able that It la gone for good as far as Mrs Uagln Is oonoeroed J 00 To MT VBRNON Cancerum cures cancer Take along your living death Dr U B Lawrence will send you home oanoerless happy within from 10 to 30 days No money asked until cure Is effected No knife vir wally painless Referenoe Business professional man flank oJ Mt Vernon and oared patients BOLD BCRULARY The home of Mrs Robert Barnett on the Huaton villa pike beyond the cemetery was entered between 10 and S yesterday and robbers of many articles of value Missing aro a new suit of clothes and some underwear belonging to Frank Barnett a lot of jewelry clothing etc belonging to Milt Lena Barnett and t3 In money Entrance wan gained by raiding a window of the kitchen and a door between the kitchen and sitting room was broken open Mrs Barnett sod Miss Lena Barnett were at the home of a neighbor and were and worried to find on eurprilledI tbat their house had been boldly burglarized I To The Democrats ot Lincoln County I am a candidate for tbe democratic nomination for magistrate In the Crab Orchard magisterial district at the democratic primary December 3 1004 Though tho statement is somewhat stale and commonplace I may truth fully say that I have been asked by many democrats to make the race In announcing my candidacy I present as my recommendation to democrats reasonable Illness for the otllce and InI an bumble way a long and faithful ser vice to the party Respectfully CUAS REUU A B Montgomery sold to Mrs Sal CampDickWbllloy county ropupllcane will hold a primary tomorrow to nominate can didates for county omeeeICHARLES REDO Is a can JUilt lot Justice of the pear In the Crab rclurd AUclJHrlil dlifrlct subject to the action of he Democratic Primary Dec j 1904 PUBLIC SALE I K siot sold privately I will sell public on NOVEMI1KK14 1004 IMONDAY In Stanford tars of 131 agree H miles south of Wnltyit flat know AtbeO O sad W f Abraham form Tile dwelling bM six rooms and good barn ton and the cropDeverfalllnfaprlap pod pine lumber on It naehalf of the fetnf made of rood wire und M aere In clover and timothy close to tcboolhOte aad church farm MM ptke on South side and tree mall de Any person desiring to parebi tbts farm on Qeo or Jim Oray ton or OnitlSTKUIA ORAYSON Walnut flat Ky J P Chandler Anet Notice to Taxpayers I 1 or one of my deputies will be at tht following places on me shown below for the purpose of collecting laxer O K Thursday Oct so at Hays Store Waynosburg Friday Oct 21 Klngwille Saturday Oct 22 Ml Salem Friday Oct 28- Httstoovilte Saturday Oct 19 Crab Orchard Saturday Oct ay All laving claims against the county will please have certificate of same ready for PS It will aave you and myself trou bee If you will write me I will bring your claim along so that you may settle your tai M S BADGHLAN S L C A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks lands grain and cot ton 1rtvate wires to iftnctnnaMNevr York and Chicago Free telephone service to euitomers Ofltee on Ird Street in Farris building All trades guaranteed BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about DO Hcres on Uauvllle Ave nue onehalf mlle from Graded School known an Goodknlght tarot Good t rooms with bent of citterns and all DecI Mftry outbuildings The farm stands drouth well Call on Mr N U Ooodknlftht at Rronaugh Cottage now occupied liy Judge IUU y FARM FOR SALE I I desire to sell tnv farm of 145 acres on the Danville R llunlonvllle pike The term cal Inloo fairly well Improvebwatered with three never falling springs In fact you toMe the place to understand the many veeleaces I want to sell In next M hatI also want to sell my stock consisting 3eantLL aged 1 and 2 years old 2 colt seven mares and mules 1 race mere sad colt 1 standard bred mare l y O mbtta Willis 2 hone mules well broke that have a little defect but are rood work era will soil them for SIN If sold at oner Will Mil farm anti stock together or separately Any one wanting a farm and outfit will do well to call at once and secure one at the aleest and best located farms in the eowniy I also have M boshela of good sOld rye for sale It n KINO Moreland Kv PUBLIC SALE I As afsets for Ute belts of A J King d- eoea we will on KRIUAV GOT II 1110- 4Sell to the highest bidder at the late real enee of said decedent tbe home place prated oa the waters of Dix River about 3 nn trout Crab Orchard and on the L At N nil rood containing about SN acre acorn ortable frame retldence with five rooms tad two good barn and plenty of neyer alllne water thereon Over 100 acres In- plendld elate of cultivation ISO acres of white tImoo r never been culled In addition 32 acres of land situated on L k N railroad at Section Hnnno 234 mile from Crab Orchard In high state of cultivation rlth a fine granite quarry on It At same line und place will sell 200 barrels of corn a lot of rrare In foal one cow aDd- calf and alot of farming Implements and other things ton numerous to mention hay lee wishing to look over the premises will all on WO King who lives on said place Term made known on day of sale L 0 A O W KINO Agents JP Chandler An- atPUBLIC SALE I On account of hotel burning at Junction Cltr I have decided to quit the bulnee ladwill soil at II W llurkos residence auction City Ky on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER IS 1001 U 1 oclock sharp the hotel furniture con litlngof several bed room sets one side oard five rugs several pairs ot lace cur aRts bowls pitchers carpets four straw auttlngs one range lot of chairs live rock Ing chairs throe heating stoves one Hald rlns best ptauo good as new In fact everything for housekeeping511LS V OWENS At name time and place we will sel two roses 2 mares belonging to Hunn Ilros t Irycowg 2 milk cow1 calves some farm Implements 10 barrels of corn delivered lonuerIegg olana China boar 1 tour horse T ylor pow ir S shares of Junction City Cemetery stock low drawing 0 percent dividend 150 bales nlllet bay 50 bales of cow peas and a lot of other things too numerous to mentlou Terms made known on day or sale W BURKE 8 SONS 1s 25c Ladles soft finish ribbed vests and pants in very toll sizes Made to fit like the 500 goods Any size ajc 50c We have ladles aarue or fullbleach vests and pants Good enough for anybody We remembered the large and small in selecting the Any size Soc BOc 4For Onelta Union Suits 76oFor a Bleach Union Suits I00For a fine Maco Bleach Union Suit Our line comprises all desirable weights and fabrics ett s e aetret s t L6IIVftKAll De I Esprit Handmade Torchorns Cotton Torchorns will be on sale this week at less than cost price Our customers helve been more than pleased with the cut price sales we havo already given them and we propose to make this weeks sale on LACES banner one Come and got the choicest importations at tho great saving price we will make this wool Remember you got no shoddy goods horn Our style all the latest and qualities always the boat John P Jones HANLIN SlIOISe CUMfllNSMCLARY Little Fellows Are the pride of their mothers hearts and are always the best dressed members of the family We realize that andare prepared to fit them up in the best the land affords H McROBBRTSStanford Kentucky t u 1 JTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xntertd n the port ogtee at Stanford at tondclait matttr 2rablLehatTurie pr w0 F=Sa9- t r PER YEAR ASH am When not lopildsjaoo will btehtrsid 0 KNOXVILLE DIYISIUm No II Train iolng North 104 r m N26II ii a Oam NJ5 ii M South 12aett- oo m 23II n 1255 p m NEW LIVERY STABLE1 B w Bt11UtE tc SN Pion JUNCTION CITY KYe ffflrstOlass Turnouta at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orals and Hay For Halo J H IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE I Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ni on Depot Street Also Dealeri In i Coal Ullflway saloon COOD It RICE Prors Flnett wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Crass Beer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 80 Stan Ifyvr DaJl TrailerDIALKI IK Whisk Brandu Wines Beer EtaiCarpenter Oloso to DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt anl polite attention Nothing butthebee to drink Mall phone cr telegraph orders receive prompt attention TO HOUSEKEEPERS i You may need new carpets mattings oil j cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks I curtain poles pictures frames screens passe nartolat doors glass tables chairs sates wardrobes couches dressers withstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon iers folding beds washing machtnes wring en waU paper paper trunks tele scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All personll wishing tWehave sell farms will do well to see us a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to eel It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky RlMaHOflV Insurance f flnent Solicits a shire of the patron ago of the property owners in the counties of Uncolnand Uasey who may be seeking in surance against hire Lightning and Tornado None but tho and best Old L1ne Oom panies represented and the low eat possible rotes arc guaranteed Phone 1S- 2Stanford Kentucky FEMALEWEAKNESS StPOBTLAKDOCt 17 MM uperlortoand I know whereof I speak I tuf suppressedmanetruatien traUil mo Iains would hoot through havebllodlngswell up and I would feel so weak I feltdtvcounged ofOardutfelt a change for the better within a treatmentIagonies I and soon became regular and without pain Wine of Cardul Is limply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffering women knew of Its good qualities II Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches toll of fe male weakness Wine of Cardui CUIXM permanently nineteen out of irregularmenses arediscouragedt that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that weaknessi7Uarlui today j l WINEF IRDUI V R C WARREN Is a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county Oeurt subject to thcctlen of the deraomlk patty JAS P BAILEY Is a usdWate for rtcltctJon ge sf the Uncoil County Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R subJut GEORGE W DeBORD Is a caaiMita for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Io me action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR subJtoelf JESSE C LYNN subjecttoeto SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject q tbi action of the democratic party DINK FARMER subjecttheto I JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jcller subject to the action of the teaocratlc party W I HERRIN lit candidate for JaHer subject to the action of the lemocratk party MEREDITH E PRUITT Ii a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schee f Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo static party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNIc Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo critic party GARLAND SINGLETON SeperlatendentNut1ic of ac lion of the Democratic patty JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln aunty sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN 1 ceeatysubledt EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln ewnty sub- Ject to the action of too democratic party W A CARSON subjecttoE D KENNEY subjecttoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR II a candUatt for county attorney of Llnceta ceun subject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for UK aoarinaHM for Stile Senator In this district ubject tolhe acttta of the democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a ouklldit for ConfrtM sohfKt tithe action of the ProMWnon partyIIWSBURCH- Is a candidate for County of Laic in sea ty subject to the action of the DonecMk Irl1IW L MCARTY ecntyto s fefect JAMES T ROBERTS Of the past End Is II candldste for magistrate sub echo the action of the democratic prhnary Dec j ape Jo La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmera a iLBODBlLHSIir Furniturelt2ntUngsRugThey B U kinds a call tricea right Z STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McciY In of CNDE1EtrAXEft EMBALMER And DcaloarInC HASNESS SADDLES tkKtanlorc5T- IN MEMORIAM On Wednesday moaning at 2 oclock the 6th lost tad iDtclllReoco was Hash ed over tho wires announcing to tb father and mother nt Lebanon June tlon the accidental killing of Mr Le Payne at Maywood While In the dl charge of hit duties as brakeman he actwas caught between an engine and IIit and crushed In the lower part of his i bowels and run over Bo lived only a abort while but wa conscious almost toat his last breath HU corpse accompan led by his father mother and numerous friends and relatives from Stanford was brought to his homo at Lebanon Junction Wednesday afternoon The were met at the depot by a vast crow of friends and neighbors thus attoatlo I their sympathy for the family and ale the high regard In which the decease- was hold by his homo people Farber- the 18 greatest encomium that could b o pronounced upon Lee was the Immense concourse of friends from Louisville and his own town that gathered Thurn day afternoon to do honors to his memo ory as he was to bo laid to rest Being a Maccabeo he was burled with the rite of the order and tbe magnificent body of Sir Knights and Ladles followed by the children of tbe graded school extended almost from the homo to the cemetery to say nothing of the largo number of people who were not In the march At the grave the performed the beautiful and Itnprceslve- l ceremonies of the order after which the evergreen was thrown Into the grave the body covered with mother earth and tbe floral offering whlo were profuse were artistically arrang ed and a photograph of the grave sur rounded by the family and near rela Lives was made Lee was an exempla ry honest honorable young man against whom not a charge could be brought Thoughtful kind and consid erate he counted his friends by his ac quaintance and his untimely death fells as a heavy blow upon allA D LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J D Eade cold to Morris J Ferris 81 I 1000pound cattle at 3c Cecil Palmer John B Cattleman e I noted saddle italHon fa dead Four 76 pound listed shoats for tale Mrs W B McRoberti Stanford John McBeatb of Wayne told to M J Farris 231000 pound feeders at Hc Meddler brought tSlOOO and Yankee 121500 at the Whitney tale In New YorkD Adams sold to Mr Monttgam- ory of Mercer a 100 aero farm nee Highland for 8700 cash Tbot J Curtis told to Tennettee parties a carload of 30 yearling mules at 8112 Richmond Register Washty Ington county farm to C L Brady at bib The farm contain 225 acres and hone of tbe best In the county Pemberton Broa bought three bora as from Coffey Bro for 8450 five mules from Coffey Bros Young for 1010 and two horses from Massle Chew slog for 8360 Adair News A black roan stear weighing about 000 pounds same to 4ty place two months ago Owner can get blm by paying for this notice and his keep John C Pepples Preacbertvllle Ky I JF Cook Co sold 100 two and threeyearold Kansas mares and geld logs at ItO to 8100 60 two and three yearold Montana mares and horses at 20 to 830 a lot of Indian ponies at 820 to 860 60 yearling mule at 880 to 800 and a lot of broke farm horses at ItO to 880 Lexington Democrat Sanders Norton shipped three car loads of hogs to Loulsvlllo Saturday They paid 4J and So Clel Coleman bought 200 feeding cattle In this count for Lexington parties at 3 and 3Jc So far this season Terbune Brown have bought 700 mule colt at an aver age af ltD T B Coleman sold Ca rutbers Sc Beard 18 aged mules at 8100 head Barrodsburg Herald PHYSICIANS GOOD LUCK Dr Harts Fortunate Experi ence of Special Interest to Many in Stanford IThe happiest man in New England to one who is receiving congratulation Irate his friends Is Dr Phillip Hart of Lsconla N II Although ho resorted to the latest scientific treatment and consulted many of his brother physicians Dr in Hart finally said I might just as well have thrown my money in the river fur I as grew worse and worse My wife and I will swear that llyomoi cured mo of the worst case of catarrh that over existed I used to cough constantly at night and bad a dropping the throat which kept ce awako a great deal I raised think phlegm and was in a horrible condition However I am entirely cured solely through the use Hyomei Penny is the local agent for Hyomei the famous treatment which cures catarrh without stomach doting A complete outfit costs but SIexlra bottles boo Penny sells it under guarantee to refund the wooer If It does not give you quick relief In a lecture at San Antonio Texas arrie Nation denounced President Uooteveltaia bear aleper a bird iller and a beerguzellng Dutchman It Babo Huff was run over and killed by tight trulu tar soipno Rill Better Than PillsI The question has been asked In what way aro Chamberlain Stomach and- o Liver Tablets superior to the ordinary cathartic and liver plllt Our answer la oThey are easier and more pleasant to 11take and their effect is so gentlo and no agreeable that one hardly realizes that la produccdby a medicine Then they not only move tho bowels but improve appetite and aid the digestion For tale l 25 cents per bottle by all druggists WlllioPapa It t wall twins would you buy the other boy a banana loop PapaCertaInly my ton WilliePapa you surely aint going jutdt A Love Letter lookdingBurns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured mo Its the beet Salvo on earth 25c at Pennys Drug Store PARKERS HAIR BALSAM batslCrayIrewLLta wa 5a1t lOn Ud ttJur I tII Farm For Sale I tieeedge of Hustonvllle Good Improvement fruit never water Will sell an wbole or divide Small house on lower part 0 n DAItNBTT 1lIullooU Ky LUMBER WANTED i I weal to buy stores spokes heading lumber lop etc Will +t oa b price at Mereland D Ii U1eyt- eDUMBRELLAS Ue co re red and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I GaD fix your umbrella hotter then the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FLANK ATKIHS Stanford Produce Wanted I Wilt par you the best market price for eggs hens hMM feathers tank etc Call and be oocviooed at II n ortbcoll Stanford Ky A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky1 Omeovr UeBoUru Drat Store lath Ovsltr Building rFor Sale Privately My house and IS acres of land situated just crataMe of town limit on the Somerset pike House has T roots kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all Decenary outbuildings Water hydrant U lion yard and one for stock J r IIAILEV Have Your Buggy Painted It wUl COlt you only 19 IDle tb belt paint and varnish sad guarantee m work to be flntelftn Onll at tbep on net street and we spaclaan of myworkHOMO minting and pnp r haurlor Shea sI and MtMfaetorlly done J J HBLIBV Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmoro Building MAIN ST KentuckyItesIdencB H F HILLENMEYER C SONSI Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Otter for the Pall of 1001 a full stock o fruit and ornamental trees grape toes as paragus smell fruiu shrubs and every gardenlltvcrlptlve E D Peyton I DKALEH IXIStaple and I ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars andITobaccos t EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I I Yawing been in tho Tailoring business ell my tits I fool confident in saying I loprwent one of Ida bent tailoring firms tthe country With my experience in taking measures send directons I give your olnihea are bound to bo satisfactory I my many patrons in this line will bear r irorloneedand other suiting I will cut and make if you desire at a moderato price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours JI C tUrLEY the Tai- lorPoSTEDe We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting Bshlng or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law J Z Spooaaroore T M Holmes H tl J II Oamenlacb Peter nalmflr w II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephen jatntM M White and wife V Carson II P Hawkins IIlrl Mary It Welch H A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A n Root Sum V Iloyuolds Morgan Humphrey O T WllUon MoAUtterIAlfred Simpson George Holmes I Vl Mutio II llinm 4 ilr illn 0 A Is Now Opena f With a full lino of Clothing Dry Cowls Dross Goods Natlpnn Show Ktc Goods sold ohonpor than you over honnl of them In imuiy winos you can name the price soil like tho goods Cull and ew what we Lawn got Our prices wilt surprise you t S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY IMPORT SHIPMENT 1 Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates eveIbrought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to ofIfer to the trade the best ever offered Will sell for a short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers M +4GEORGE H HARRIS A CO Stanford Kent- uckyWindow f GlassiI 4 Putty EtcAt Prices I 1 Kt 1 i Dr W Ne Craig Pharmacist 1 Phone No 13 Stanford KentuckyI+ CAKEy I Prices on n few sinnll Hunting Stoves tlmt I luivo left j Also two Cook Stoves nt uottml cost If any of these suit J- I you I cnn suvo you some mono If you nro interested 111I a warns air furnace oall at my shop anti BOO tho Patric Flutnaco that will heat a 7 to 0 room house with tho some or full than two orates will burn GEtDepot Street Stanford Ky 69314This if the number of Prescription filled Nt our tore Our Prescription Department u m complete M M wble for n town the size of Stnnford11re use only pare drug and MMire you that the went MttMiUon and Inc akillftil work will b given each 1rewrijition you trust to our sore D e PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford IIoneiland of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tabletsof Marbleand Granite In Central KentuckyILettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper A OA M3 SOV Lexington Ky ud1T