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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 19043 P M NO 70 1 Roub Starts for the Worlds Fair Amid Difficulties Innumerable MT Afuciitf ILL Oct IB 1004 iIt1 only bad the poetic and pbllo pea of ibo only POD aloo Fox Dobbin to tell you uf ibo Incidents dad + rights up to this point la my start to the Kxporitloa you would bo oaterulo ed Krorjr days experleaoei whatev iorthe hustle and tntrveli of our age cmpbutu tbe wisdom of the nocleoi at traaimlueU through the miximi which miutalffajr + obtain at axiomatic kernel ol fact Ryan oallow youths Ilka Utorjtt DivUoo aod Nerve helm kDOW that the fathest way round U the nearwi way home when ibe le irraulou ly tolerant of a ohumpy woort but many of 01 must advaaea to the dlgBlMd detiberetseee ot SIIIII Ubaax and Red Jobo Qrlcbt before we fully npiHeolaia that when U a hurry tcbed ula lima U oltenestleured by nuhlng very lowly Hopaful of gelling W y my dUuloo betwaan dawn and dusk- two day arraoeamaou were ooofuied ly trowdad taw leis than ODD a duuo lUtleoi a4UtBl harried and bared w daiaaratlM to gel raa to the station an bour before time for arrival of an hour late train about wtilck a patient rid X UM agaat wared aovgb fool juaiiloM to anaompiM the oieraal damaatkM of aooromoapUa martyred to ba followed by worry of train ont dale with queries about boa mush later Will the train waY Uow long before wail got there And a contln uou Ere of similar Idlooy under wbtch a mortal It presumed to main tain a placid fold of full Hedged wineS a under his oulforra Instead of flying off I U a blue streak of profanity which wonld dwarf the present output of Bt na owl all of his own belching ClaolatuU was reached long enough behind time to provide for a very leis urely Impatient contemplation of the city dla sod confusion aod count ofi l hours sad minute until next train palled out at 74i I M not quite IS hour after we got In I beg Mrs John 1C Hauxhmant pardon for writing that her patient and cheerful tvbmUsioa to the delar and disappointments of the day charitable ooodooements and comforting oondol 1IIBaeloonvlaee that the human and divine combination Is yet a possibility Let It be posted la Oath sod proclaim ad by megaphone throughout Askeloo that al C H ok D depot In Cincinnati was mIL la tpe ticket ofllee one of the J moat wan ooarwoai accommodatlnp 1e oMclals I ever saw except at Moraland rid Stanford I Let all wbo purchase the obeap ax curate tickets to Si Louis bear In mind that their money will sot provide chatr oar and sleeper luxuries It wai comforting to a charitable i temperament when nearlo Cincinnati1 to dleooyer that unlike tbe anointed of the BlueGrass they didnt need tbe Intermediation of John Alexander Dowse or Teddy to provide a good sea son for fall grass Tbe luxuriant ordure clone our route to this point nat urally excites envy and the query Why this discrimination 1 wish that all my Lincoln fellow hayseed who can look over tbe pret tiest farming foatton of this State and still thank God tbat he Is alive could t ill at this window and look out Now 1or Cicero ability to draw the pen picture Cant Gang Plows riding cultivators with canopy tops In short machinery for almost every detail of firmlife except masticating and dl gosling the ambrosia and nectar ot every menu Aod not a literal or mettpbonlc coon abort of ao only rep resentative of the biped brand just eve miles awar oan you Imagine another place nearer haavao Nearly every Individual to whom Ive been Introduced bteitcd with a good Kaniucky name and has been I taught that his progenitors of the mother and daughter States ware not only of the elect but of the promised laod of which Moos took only a birds eye Inventory And they nearly nil i cherish the religion and politics of- F their chevalier ancestry Thrift and I l luxury are manifest to every sweep of 1- I ones eye bountiful oropj It would make a Kentuoky merchant sad to watch one hero roll up goods and Bwoep the money Into his till for every article told During hours never heard a hogglo over prices I am In t clover kneehigh browsing Rod retting up for next weeks eightseeing at the Kxpoaltlon Your friend KBUII Better Than Pills The nutation has been wkod In what way are Chamberlains Stomach ands Liver Tablets Bii erlor to the ordinary cathartic and liver pills Our answer la They ore easier and more pleasant top take and their effect 1s so gentle and so agreeable that one hardly realizes that it is iroduccdby a medicine Then they n not only move the bowels but Improve 81Plt1tUDd aId the digestion For sale at 25 cents per botlle by all drrljtstst CHURCH MATTERSII Or Arthur S Lloyd of New York declines the Bishopric of KeotuckvIElder Joseph Oallou Mt Xenla at tJ oclock Sunday arterl noon Transylvania Presbytery met at Danville yesterday The Synod of Kon Lucky convened there today Tbe Foreign Christian Missionary Society of the Christian church met It annual convention In St Louie Ilev William May probably the old osi minister of the Gospel In the State la dead at his home near Perryvlllo The prayer meeting of the Christian church will bo held with Mr John J McRobert Wedn esdav evening beginning at 7 oclock Rev Dr Jolly who bu been pastor of the Methodist cburab al Utrbour vltle for tbe past three year has re moved to Ntoholasvllle where be fakes charge of the church Tba Pulaskl County Association ol Missionary Baptist was organized here Tuesday 0 S Porter was else ted moderator Oeo L Elliott clerk Rev George K Hiker of Buroslde the blind praaoharandedllor preached the introductory sermon Twenty the ebunbes were rapresantad by teller or messenger cod went Into the organization These oburobe represent a membership of 2438 Tbe body ad journed to meet with Burnslde Baptist church OQ tbe Ont Tuesday In October 1096 Dinner was served on the ground Somerset Journal The Bethel Primitive Methodist Chapel In Burnley England recently held Its anniversary On that coca don a souvenir handbook which con tained copies of all records was Issued A minute passed In 1831 reads That we do not allow young men and women ot our society to court with each other on Sunday neither do we alloy our Ingle men and women to walk arm In arm to the streets togeiLerat any time nor do wo allow them to itaod In the streets together chatting n Another resolution forbade girl choristers wear Ing bows In their bonnets- MATRIMONIAL Robert Lay aged 18 and Miss Rosa Murphy 10 wore married al James Alford Sunday Stanford will have a marriage of two of her popular young people to mor row We aro bound to secrecy as far as names of the eaalraollngjarllei are concernedMiss flange of Lower Gar rard and Mr Howard Parr of Whit more were married at the residence of the brides parenu the Rev G W Thompson ofllolallng James Ballou who Is now In the county Jail on a felony charge was married Monday to Mlsa Lou Taylor The ceremony wok place lo the sluing room of tbe jsllere teldencc Imme diately alter which the groom was reo turned to his colt and the bride left for ber home Ml Vernon Signal The House of Deputies of the Epis copal church voted against ao amend mini to the divorce canon seeking to prevent tbe remarriage of divorced persons by clergyman ot the church Tbe action of tbe louse of Deputies makes It certain that no change In the divorce law of the church will be made by the present convention Cause of LocKjaw Lockjaw or tetanus Is caused bya bicllliM or gerni which exists plentifully in street dirt Ilia Inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried boo neath the skin as in the wounds caused by i oreusekn caps or by rusty nails and when the air Is excluded time germ ls roused to activity and produce tbe roost virulent poison known Those germs way be destroyed and all dnngerof lock taw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as soon as tho injury U received Pain Balm ilan antiseptic and oauios such Injuries to heal without maturallon and In one third the time re quired by the usual treatment It Is for sale by all druggists Go To MT o Canoerum puree cancer Take along your living death Dr U B Lawrence will send you home cancorloaa happy within from 10 to 30 days No money Baked until cure le effected No knife vir tually painless Reference Buslnots professional men Bank of Ml Vernon and oared patients A now railroad la said to be project ed from PalnUvllle or Pro toDbur with tbe other terminus at Mt Ster ling lo a street tight at Memphis between police olllcera and Negro fugitives one policeman sod a Negro were killed Gov Bookbam has appointed W 0 G Qobba ol Lexington aa special judge ot the Madison circuit court L rAmerica Uaglaud and Japin aro competing for honors In a kltoOylog contest nt the Worlds Fair NEWS NOTES- J L Williams a wealthy farmer of Washington county Is dead sevenatIboulo man was killed and a scoro In In a street car crash near Wash logton CltIPresident Francis of tbe St Louts Exposition bar bees decorated by the King of Italy Chinese pro said lo be getting rest less In their anxiety to get Into the field against tbe Russians Seven persona were wounded one of them fatally In a fight started At a deuce al Joaktown Ky Bbenezsr B Beecber ion of the In ventor of a matchmaking machine It dead at New haven Coon Mmo Sarah Bernbardt was Injured at Aachen Rbenttb Prussia by a piece of glass striking her In the eye Statistics show a very great Increase In the number or eases of Brlgble dig ease la New York due to Jblgh living Gen Kuropatklne army evidently le crushingly beaten The Japanese field marshal estimate the Ruulon casual ties at 90000 Mr William Massur wife ot a well known Plttaourg newspaper man was stamped to death by a bull at her homo In AlleghenyAt Thomas Howell a farmer and his 10yearold loa were ovorcomo by gas while cleaning a well and both died Three persons were killed and up ward ot a score Injured In a wreck on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad at Beaver Creek Col AI G Field with three other per sons has bought the ForepaugbSell circus which li to be delivered at Co lumbui 0 November 23 Three soldier were killed and eight were Injured one fatally by a pr mature explosion of powder la a mortar at Fort Banks Massachusetts Lee Snyder who was shot by his brother wbo e restaurant be was try lag lo rob at lodlanapollr was captured and Idcnllfled by the wound George B Warner slayer of Pulaskl AtI with a safety razor In the Loulivllle jailJudge Watts Parker of the Fayctte circuit court decided that his court bad no jurisdiction in the case of Wm Brltton accused ol the murder of Jim Cockrlll Tbe Louisiana Purchase Exposition has made the seventh payment of 1600 000 on the Government loan leaving a balance of I001SM45 now due tbe Uol ted States Four Japanooo students at Chicago objected to tbe taunts of Russian pack log house employee and In a general fight which followed the Jape were badly worsted Four live were lost nearly a score of persons wero Injured and the lives of more than 100 others were endan gored In an early morning tenement house fire In Brooklyn Owing to an attack of rabies It be came necessary to destroy the hounds of the Cheater Valley hunt near Phil adelphia laid to have been one of tbe most valuable In America The Russians seem for the time to be turning the tables on the enemy They made some brilliant movements during the fighting near the Hun Pass and the Japanese loss li said to have been enormousW ono of the wealthiest men lo Bopklni county bar been In dieted by tbe grand jury at Madison yllle for renting a house for an Beyp ttan dance show during tbe recent car nival there Mrs It O PullIam of Lexington thinking her jewelry valued at 31000 wrapped la a chamois skin Was a mouse burled It from the third story window of a St Louis hotel and no trace of It can be found Suit for 810000 damages has been Bled against former First Assistant PbyJ ilolan Walter Lackey of the Western Insane Asylum by Mu Mary C Dour land of Mbdlaonvllle for alleged cruel treatment to ber son who was confined In the Institution Chamberlains Cough Remedy No ouq who is acquainted with Its good tialitles oan bo surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlains Cough Comedy It not poly puree colds and grip effectually and permancntlybutpro eo IIIlhll dleoascl rrom resulting in pncu mania It is alsoa certain cure forcroup Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given It contains no opIum or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult It Is also pleasant to take When all of these facts turn taken into consideration It is not surprising that people in foreign lands aa well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few DIe willing to take any oU- or alter having once used It For salo by alldrnpgMi t B FRANK HOlT Manager of tbe Stanford Water Light k Ice Co who helped build the plant of which be now has full control A good clllxen a clover gentleman and the right man In the right place as manager of the above big concern Mr Rout has lived In Stanford all of his life and few men are held In higher es teem In this community His family consists of his excellent wife and two children HUSTONVILLE If vou want a blue grass farm In tbe best part of Lincoln county call on W R Williams nustooyille The youug ladles of tbe Hustoovllle Basket Ball Team claim tbe evening of Oct 28 for social purposes al AI corns Opera House Jas P Harper formerly of our city but now ao adopted son of Saulsbury IN 0 went south last week with a car load of splendid horses for the southern marketHon M F North moved to hit new home on the hill Monday and Mr Geo W Rifle and family have gone to their future home Tyrone Okla Geo A Dlnwlddle left on Saturday last to cast his lot In the wild and wooly west Ho will make a stop at Tucson Arizona and If realities there are ai bright as they are pictured he may make that city hit homo at least until he has fully recovered his health Beoj McKinley the veteran saw and planing rnlll man bal moved his plant to onr city and li putting all things In ship shape for raising iteam within tbe next 10 days Stock le already ar riving on the yard as well as orders He wll attach a grist mill to same la tor on He bal scoured coolraol from our liveryman Dlnwlddle for the building at once of a splendid black smith and wagon maker shop oo tbe lot south of the now etable Dr Wm Boon who for year prac ticed successfully his profession to Lie COlD and Cagey counties died Saturday aged 72 year Qe has bseo In docile leg health for several years and tbe end was not unexpected Be was laid to rest In Huston vllle Cemetery Sun day i7th impressive services by Rep Montgomery and tbe church quartette in the presence of a large concourse ot sorrowing friends and relatives He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his lots Mr and Mr Allen Burris ot Colorado Springs Col arrived Saturday to visit Mrs Jennie Carpenter the moth er of Mrs Burris Judge Bovle Stone and daughter Mlu Amaoda passed through our oltv Saturday en route to Pulaskl aad Wayne eouotlas lo visit friends and relatives Rev G W Mills is expected home this week from the Worlds Fair MlM Edna LIppe with A coterie of friends left Saturday for a 10 days journey ai the World Pair Rev Geo Baker the blind edl tor of the Cumberland Commercial of Uurastda spent Saturday and Sun day with friends In the West End He being a native of Wayne county his many friend In ihls vicinity from there as well as others are glad of an opportunity to encourage him lo his newly adopted jjurnulleUc work Sow crass s to be the home of his paper In the near future A J Adams and Charlie Brpwd returned Saturday from a ihreedayo fisblog tour along the banks of old Green River with a One string of b t a THE Laxlogloa Democrat makes a great campaign otter ol Us Sunday and dally edition from now until after the November election for U This Is about a com a copy and Is not only the cheap est dally you OlIO get but ibo best demo cratlo organ you can read during the present campaign This office will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invariably accompany Ito To the Worlds Fns viaQueen L Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South aod Southeast For Information address W QRlneareoo G P A Cincinnati LexlDtopIy M BROWN Suits are the fashion this Fall If e the color suits you our Suits will suit It isnt every one who can wear Brown however and so weve every other good effect in sack suits lOOOto2500 ssm T0e miLLER Danville KU 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 BlackberryStrawberry Pine Apple Red and Black Raspberry Damson Preserves also Apple Butter Sweet and Sour Pickles India Relish Queen Olives Evaporated Horse Raddish Sweet Onions Chula Sauce To mato Chutney Baked Beans Mustard Dressing Worchester and Pepper Sauce Pearl Onionsc W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY THE NEW STOREill Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY I We wish to announce to the people of Stanford and surrounding country that our FALL and WINTER stork of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladlo and Gouts Furnishings is now complete and we invite each and everyone to visit our Store null examine our stock anti prices which vo hope will boofinterest as well as important to yourself as to us Dont forgot The New Store It is the place to get tho Best Goods for tho Least Money NNK Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky school supplies and school BOOKS wetes W B McRobertsu uc wo are now showing a great HUB of l AIIlln1 WINTER SHOES for all sizes of fort Call ill tIIlIl1lel us bow you oir line hetore making your FALL PUIlclIA Ks I W E Perkins 11STANFORO SHOES Crab Orchurd- i rKr CHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For PrttitlM ALTON BROOKS PARKER if New York Per rice PreMtHt- 91IENRYG DAVIS of ilest rn iHa For Judge Fifth Apptttak DUtritt JUDGE JAMBS B QAXTRIIL Of Georgetown For Cong ss GEORGE GILBERT of Slltl j TILE last two weeks of the democrat ic campaign In Kentucky will be mark ed by much oratory The campaign committee la now arranging a list of nearly 2000 speakers who will be given appointments It Is planned to have a democratic meeting In every precinct in the State between now and election day Speakers will bold forth at every school bouse cross road and bypath The purpose is to arouse the votere and get them out on election day The committee has not yet given up hope of securing W J Bryan for one speech but the chances are that the Ncbraa kan will be kept too buey to come to this State LABORERS haolca that clat of votere can get a pretty good Idea of what Teddy thinks of them by reading one of ble books Ranch Life and Bunting Trail Following Is a paragraph from it The cowboys are much better fellow and pleasanter companions than small farmers or agricultural laborers nor are the me chanic and workmen of a great city to be mentioned In the same bereath TUB Japanese generate and admirals are enjoying the reputation for their brilliant stratcgetlcal achievements while at the seat of war but the rude shock comes when upon their return homo they may fled Investigating boards declare that the victories were won by men who were more than eight miles away from the scene of the con flict WE congratulate Brer W Reed Embry of the Danville News on his becoming the father of a daughter Tee charming little lady has been nam ed Mary Elizabeth FJrnbry THREE weeks from today the battle of the ballote will be fouebt Let us all bope and work to the end that dem ocracy will be victorious SENATOR MCCHEAUY Is speaking in Indiana this week and will go to West Virginia next He Is doing splendid work for the party KINO OEOHQK of Saxony Is dead and his subjects must go through form of mourning for 24 wee- kPOLITICALr Over 1200 people beard Hon Ollie James speak at Dixon Saturday Two prominent republicans of New York were arrested for alleged coloni zatlon of Illegal votere Gov Beckbam addressed a large crowd at Lawrenceburg yesterday and Senator McCreary spoke at Franklin The number of voters who registered In Greater New York the first two days Is placed at nearly hall a million Dem ocrats are encouraged at the figures David B Hill of New York address ed a democratic mass meeting last night in Tomllnson Hall Indianapolis The hall was crowded to Its capacity and many people were unable to secure ad mittance Chairman OBrien of tbe Indiana democratic State committee feels con fident the vote ot the Hoosier State will be cast for Parker and Davis The Indiana campaign will be waged with great vigor from now until election dayTbe democrats of New York City held a massmeeting in Madison Square Garden which attracted a tremendous crowd Mayor McClellan presided and Judge D Cady Herrick delivered the principal address and both were ac corded a wildly enthusiastic reception Judge Parker delivered an address at Roaemount Saturday to two political delegations that visited him This was the second address of Judge Parker since accepting the democratic nomi nation and It dealt with the question of Imperialism Tbe speaker declared that the Filipinos should be treated as the Cubans were In the matter of Independence William Jennings Bryan will speak I In Louisville Thursday night at Phoe nix Hill Park- Congressman Gilbert will speak In Indiana and West Virginia during the present campaign Parker and Davis Clubs are being organized In every school district In Eastern Kentucky Gov Beckham ib cancelling all Invi tattoos to make speeches outside ol the State having decided to give what time be may be able to spare from his duties to the campaign In Kentucky Whitley republicans nominated J C Lovltt for county judge I N Steelv attorney E G Maeslngale clerk J F Perkins jailer M B Jones eherilT C S Wilson superintendent of schools Henry G Davis the democratic can didate for vice president delivered eight speeches yesterday In West Vir ginia tbe principal meetings being held at Charleston Hlnton and Ronoe verte Secretary of State MoCbcaney will probably refuse to put the names of tbe nominees of the Peoples Party for Congress In tbe First and Third dis tricts on the official ballot because tbe petitions were not flied within thotlme proscribed by the law LOCAL PEDIGREED Belgian Hares for pale Mrs W J Edmlston Crab Orchard Ky MR P M CONDOR of Crab Orch ard will have a sale of bis home etc on Nov 22 See ad next Issue WATER Is getting monstrous scarce with no promise whatever of rain The water works company has been compelled to shut oil water a portion of the timeSALESAttend tbe sales of Mrs C H Yeager near Hedgevllle Thursday next Oct 20 that of L C and G W King in the East End Friday 21 and P L Becks near Walnut Flat Satur day 22 See ada In this issue of them To Tim EDITOR In looking over the list of candidates I see that nobo dy desire to be Magistrate In tbe Stanford precinct In so far as tbe taxpayers are concerned this is one of the most Important positions In the county and as nobody la seeking the office would It oat be a capital Idea to have tbe office seek a man I nomi nate for tbe position Dr Clifton Fowler He la the beet turnpike man In the county and his advice on tbe per plexing problem of keeping the roads In repair would be of Inestimable bene fit beside which he Is an allaround good man I hope to hear a chorus of seconds of this nomination and that tbe selection of Dr Fowler will be made unanimous TAX PAYERs IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES R B Mabony sold to Mrs William Lawrence a harness horse for eoo Henry Young who killed Bad Jack Asber at Red Bird was acquit ted Frederick F Yeager a wellto do citizen of Boyle died suddenly of apo plexyD Tiptoe was probably fatally In jured by a fall from his horse near LondonGeo W Adams aged 88 years a prominent citizen of Richmond died suddenly In Lexington D C King has sold his farm of 140 acres on the Danville pike to Mr Weaver of Wayne at I05 Thomas Alford charged with the killing of Andy Collins In Bell county was given 21 years In tbe pen Will Lawson and James Prewitt and wife wore arrested at Corbin charged with breaking Into the Plnevllle post office Martba J Cochran has been appoint ed postmaster at Celeste Casey county and Robert J Dagger at Skip Pulaa klcounty James An ford who was given a life sentence for killing James Collins in Bell county and who secured a new tri al was given 21 years The Sue Bennett Memorial School through the building committee haslet a contract to build a 97000 brick dorm itory London Democrat 1 be miners of district No 10 deci ded by a vote of 35 to 20 to accept tbe 7 per cent reduction offered by tbe op eratore Jelllco Is In this district Master Commissioner Reed S Nich ols announced that be would pay 80 per cent on all uncontested claims of tbe late Samuel Harding Danville News The stockholders of the Mlddleiboro Mineral Railway propose extendlngthe road from Mlddleeboro to Harlan a distance ot 43 miles A survey has been made and the right ot way secur edThe Controller of the Currency ap proved tbe application of W T S Blackhem ot Dry Ridge J Glasscock J F Wetherall D M White and H J Harris to organize the First National Bank of Corbin with 825000 capital The Women Christian Temperance Union of Lancaster will be represented at the Worlds Fair by two handsomely painted banners which will be placed In tbe exhibit when tbe National Un Ion meets In St Louis One repreaenta the Union and the other the Loyal Temperance League The Meroer county d mroratic com mlttee mm yeteruev gnu uu Drti 10 as tbe time fur nnidu if the primary to select nominees for c iuii uliierr George T Austin a wed Known farmer of Gwrrarr oounij was thrown from bU horse airlktbc a eurtmaU and making an ugly gaso in tdu region of the heart wMoh caiinttl hta death The Bril UOUHU grand iJry returned lodlcirneoit kMaisi United Statue Com mlttloier J G Rjllinv ohxrtrlujr him with forging oortlHoitos ot election from Rxarilelor itrvaiiiot dunes the Hunter IMaarce prlmjrv Hollita le alleged to have put tee llaure five before SO II mattlrg 5W Ian Banter and SIx fur El turds Dd bas left tbe county and bU rrllodlru unable to loaato him + findro Greatdaruaea was caused by galls along toe 00at of Nowfounaianl Thomas Wauot probably fatally tabbed Marlon Mnbta Bear Lswrene burg The Rnuae of Bfhtyi of ebe Eoico pal onurcb m ird sea at she nroir rlaca of aay dixwned person Now that New Ymk is rfi rtd sa bavins bud its flm scow Fairbanks will not be much of n ourlixliy In tbe Empire state Lexington Democrat The Kentucky Svnod of the South ern Presbyterian ohuroh ls In eeflon at Sbelbvvllle Tbe delegates will to Danville Tburaduv to witness Inauguration ot Dr Rlnlu M presi dent of Central University The average o Mt of fond per latnlv In the Untied Slate 10 IBiD woe 8S18 20 In IbOO the year nf lowest prices It fell to t08 70 In 1S02 It reached the highest point In tne period bilng 344 61 wblle In 10W It fell slightly to 134276 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about M acres on Psnvllle Ave flue onehalf rollr from Graded School known as Goodknlgbt farm Good hoe of T rooms with bl of cittern and all nee eesaryoutbulldlnt i The tars stands Irmith Gall OD Mte N M Goodknljtbt at IlroDaugh Cottage now occupied by Judge BaileyA B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stock bond grain prorlikHi nod rot ton 1rlvate wire to OloelnnaUNew York and Chicago Free telephone service ta customers ORIce on lid Street In Farris building All trades guaranteed Control Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TJTLE CO Stanford Kr Na r6Maerf toad MfT JttaettoB CUjml la send MsKMacmlo mlilvalsvM neela eras a- aleyeupsebrdaaeseerjaebest pop bfbin In 1t1 Kjr Pny MM t J ae4 el gad17weroam foe ban aribta all IRI imrfiTftttr WWfiW Alto It acresof Florida lied in Manll tlace11Ialoe tfIIptother aids with 8 room ot atary ho w er antw peace Irs plum grape boar lag All for ec Mt nr Ute I acre for tlMt and the S acre for SIIM A Ilullltt Bounty Ky farm of 1M awe with good Jstory hooie metal roof barns water etc lie acre of timber that will make the stave barrel timber Ground onlyf171 acre K mile Ilardiiowa Jaeettoa Huliltt county Ky 1M uue cultivated balance In timber Rood three room house with ball new loj barn taoke house wool house aDO well good Hinge and running water two orchards throe room tenant hones It n beauMfol farm nod prodactlve cheap borLIN fStMcMb balance limpa two and three year tit acres three miles of Wllluburg Wash Ington county Ky lllacr cultivated 8 acts la beech timber well cUtern tpttaff orchard IS Mv room tome hoiHr veranda cellar tars crib wood liuute smoke louse hen house Bchool on the farm Thl I a good tarn worth the money 8SIM IIUO ca h balance one end two years Ml acre la Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about M acres cultivated about 13f lo timber and grax and about ISO lu gre Timber on place It eut to IB shingle the place twice over A large part is teas od There are four dwellings of 4 rooms each and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 5290 One half cash ouotyKypowerthetodate reller mill with burrs for corn und meal bolt The engine li of 7 years runt 14 acre with the mill Including what t with the house of 5 room All for 80340 or 86 500 for the mill and 14 acres One unit cash Has tine trade Jfo mill In 10 miles urllThereopportunitte for profitable Investment as the Mhsts properltVallt able all the tine for the reason that lumber people fastdmlaishlatchases of tinker lanJs In the South When the tim agrkultseel Ntheglees a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In I vestment that he will never regret land Is dl vMed Into tracts ranting from eo acres to Uk tract to aueluare authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub cMRxeoUlblor11000 acres of this land has been sold by the Corn parlcularsTltleOoStlloforc1 4 Nice Home For Sale I I wish to sell privately the spondld reel duucouu lvgl b Aveuue tiiaufprd which gas just Imou eomilt t l our largo ruuuswtuo hall good Qlulng room und bath MIlulIlIlHOME FOR SALE I It not sold privately before I will sell at puuliu uuoilou ou diuudsy Nov 14 county court day iuy house 1n braced School die Glut but out of city limits the house Is a turru room cottage and there are seven acres of land Uuod water and outhouses auu young orshard JUtNUllUIdTMAN Stanford Ky R A JONES OJKNTIST Stanford KYIITHE Joseph Price Infirmary is alt the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for eon ullaUoo Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly 1rofoe atonal bills Sue wben services are rendered Iud toast oe paid promptly BeD CARTER eSuccesor to Rruce dt Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANTOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Mm Your patronage U tolicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connoctlon BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH Having decided to quit the buggy busi ness I will sell for the next M dayat GOt for cash a car load of Haggle Surreys Phaeton and Buckboards also a lot of llararas They are all tbe latest style and best make Part of the vehicle are rubber tired Ooae to tee mo and get a bargain at once before they are all gone OUKTI3 QOVBK Orab Orchard Ky Greatest Bargains IB CtoUilBe Furnishing Goods list Oap- ymes Ate ever offered at tbe Cincinnati Bargain Store AT ORAD OIIOHAUU KY ID George Holmes stemroom on Otttmhtlm pike Oall and caaaliw reek WAX ItBISBIIr- orPUBLIC SALE I have decided to quit farming ud will I oa Friday Oct 98 sell my farts coataln leg IItS acre situated on the waters of Drake Creek 112 mlllM from Ireaebn vllle on the Fall Uek do Lancaster pike known as the Jorda MalllM place The farm Is well watered At least IOU acres of tbe Und Is good hemp and tobacco land It Is all la ere well freced At same time I w01 sell ill barrel of corn three milkpowsk 1 addle horse extra grad one I Ugbtiilag hay baler good as sew farming Icaplestents of all k A lot of ttoiMe hold and kitchen untttnre eels will be gin at It oo1ork AI sharp Terms wade Known en day of sale W II llnairwv- pM5cbersrlll Kv J P Chandler As- etPUBLICI SALE If not sold privately I will en OOTOnHU UNO 1INI at the Oalse term Mr Walnut Flat sell to the highest bidder ay penonalty consisting of 4A acres of core In bOtk poem baled mIDet cis I good buggy mare use good 2 earold horse alt by- Kieg Sa le eau yearling any tit Dar soy Ootddust one goat work mule N yearling eatUo a better t good milk cows a lot of terming liapleatenKMKie new 1 horse wagon one new doable A barrow two Sbooe tofnlng plows one goodonengoodrubbbettiredbeg- gy hone cultivator and harness wagon and plow gear other things too numerous to menl aho bousobold and kitchen furniture P L I1BOK J P Chandler Auet Notice to Taxpayers I or one of my domtiee will be at the following places on the days shown below for the purpose of collecting taxes O K fhursday Oct so at Hays StoreWaynosburg Friday Oct n- Kingwllle Oct 22 Mt Salem Oct 28 Huitonville Saturday Oct jg Crab Orchard Saturday Oct 39 All having claims against lid 111 will please have certificates tame really for us will nvo you and myself trou ble If you will write me I will bring your claim along so that you may your tax M S UAUUIILAN S L C Administratrixs Sale On Tilt K3UAY OOT SO 1 MI at late residence of Ohurcblll Yeager on Lancaster fi llftnvlllo turnpike near Hubble I will sell to the highest bidder 500 or MO barrels of corn In Hold K extra inn Norman mares about eyears old farming Implements con citing of cultivators plows harness two Shorse wagon t hay frames etc Also 10 or 13 stacks of mixed hay und 3 large rick of straw SIBS 0 II EAOBR Adnix At the same time and place I will ogee 7 or 8 cows and calves B sown plgsfi good- yearllog mules I of thorn mares 3 pairs at extra work mull mares and some farming Implements and otboryitook TEIUIH Under ilO cash over that amount a months time with Interest from date of sale with good security All persons having claims against the es thom at twee properly proronthose owing the estate will pleaio Bale will begin prom ut 10 YEAOtIc lI AlI Bourne Auct These Is A Difference In Merchandise l The wrong kind at any old price The right kind at the right price 411 AVo have the right kind nt the right prices Ivory 1 lomrtncnt in our house is brimful of nice Uw Pull goods Wo nro eliowing drills goods in Molmiri liar soy Oho ot8 Broadcloth nnij Suitings from 3fio t- oS2 par yard Wo have oxcluilve pattern in Flnn- nolotKw Outings Sliirtings GingliMiws Ptmilw tic- The now models in Kloxilwno tOM nro often for our insjfection rrioos from 50c to S2 Remember the SorosisWlion you think of tlm beat Underskirt Rattle from 08c to 8ehave Hand Hugs Peggy from Para Belts 1SlIltepurchases from the THE GRAND LEADERtOWSLKY HIOCK M Be Loy 8 Co ISDR E H MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST IThat branch of science which deals with Itc its anatomy arn l fuiif lion in HKALTII purl Jaoasetenlury DktMrsary I Ute NO MKDICIlVli either in vurMiiwtJon or trvatniont of th eyes aor perforfn any SU110ICAL ojMJratlon Imt tiwjJy solved all ilWcct of He- fraeiion with perfect ADJUSTED GI a SSIS Have euoMaaJullv ItJ1 Mvanil hundred railS of glasses in Boyle alit aunruundiiig conutie will bAt St Asaph Motel Saturday Oct 22 Dr E H Murray OpaltlallnseJogate Home Otileo With Murrayet McAdanv Dinvilk h- yBaruain StoreI- s Now Open With a full line of Oothlng Dry Goods Draw Good Notions sIhoed Etc Good sold cltwper Umn you ever heard of tbeto1n mall case you can twine the price and take Ute good Cell and Me what we have got Our prieee will Mirprit you S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY IMPORT SHIPMENT H Just received from a Pottery iniGermany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying directJfrom the Pottery enables us to of t fer to the trade the best ever offered Will sell for a sort time I Set Cups and Saucers Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GGEORCE H HARRIS COtStanford Kentucky C McCormackDealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries l HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce CeR McCormack Hustonville G ITT I 3 i nn i READYMADE WAISTS Wo aro showing n good line of the latest New York designs in Silk Mohair Vamkt Cloth Cloth and Morcor Silk 81 to- G 80fiO 1 NEW SILKS FOR WAISTS f i Our ejwcinl 20inch nil silk in nil tho jwpulnr ehndonnt 30t Fnncy silks nt 75c 1lnid Silks at 81 Winch Black Taffeta t and Tenet de Soie at 81 and 8160 LC d H s e IS ISErVERAIfCE VII SON srrANFORD 11 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 STANFORD KY Oct t1 1001 WE loiter riser you look nt our Urea sew floor Show Clue eoowlalou etc Uonery only Have added some new styles of flee box paper this week and from the assortment we caw bate most E say one can Plod something they will like Penny Drug Store Stanford Ky 4 PERSONALS MIL J R FARRIS li bask from Lex IngtonMiss HALLIK Nnvios is olarklng In the Grand Loader Mn FRITZ KnOBOBRof Mt Vernon was at Rowland Sunday Mesa RACHBL AUISON ef Lexlng ton U with ber sisters here MR JIt ALVOHDU dangerously 111 and his recovery U doubUnl MR T U SUIMJV qf UwlagWo was here today to buy horses MRS CLt10 DnOWN went to Mt Ver coo Sunday to tea her parents a HORN to the wife of Clifford Alcxao 1 der of the Lytle section a sea V MRS W J BDMIBTON of Orab Or abartl li with Mrs B J Brown Miss STaLL HALLOO spent several days with relatives at Lancaster MR HAKRYSTAOQ and sister Mist Sadie SUM are at the WorMs Pair h l EMHKY T BHAILHY of Uarreds berg spent Scnday with tbeetolkl here ATTORNBY 0 0 Williams of Ml Verooo war here Saturday oa legal business MRS DR W S BBABLBV end ion of Lancaster spent today with Mr W r W Bays MXB B KnoiOT yPALDUf0 of Lab nor spent seyeral days witttbrfatYsr Col T P Ulll- M 18888 LONNIE OOOO RMl Leila o Jones spilt Saturday and lluaday with friends at Crab Orchard MR FOKH T MCXARY a Uailng clothing merchant of Swatord U la tba eltyUxlagto ooeAMRS BLUtN flKwm of Chicago who has bests vliUlae Mr Jsmph Collay raturaW house yesterday MRs K U HRtLW anil pretty daughter Josephine are with the formers parata at Flmlureburr- t MRMRft W V RWHAMDcXMt Bid Jesse Kmhrr of Danville were here Sunday to laa two mighty pretty girls CUMIUI T SAMUBI of Saawriat U here mingling with oU frle who are delighted to grasp his bead again BDHCII BCCHANAN who hal been at Crab Orchard with hU mother forsorae time rewraed to Montgomery Ala SaturdayDR PlliLUM returned to Danville tbU afiaraooa lesvlag her i sister MM J S Owdey Jr Improv IB health fed j WALKER BAILKY of Norwood U I at the home of his fatbar Mr J Wesley Barley oar MoKlauay very 111 of malarial fever MR CHARLK8 B NORTH of the West Red orders the I Jsent to him at Cincinnati to which place he has gone to study law MR EUUHNK WILSON of Lexington t f passed up to Crab Orchard Sunday to spend a week with hli parents Mr and Mn Josh Wilson I MRS P M McROHBRTS has return home In Stanford after a vie t od to her 4ttto Mla Julia Democrat Spurr at Learlaud v Mn W B JOIINSON Free Silver t looking at well as If he had never been reported dead was a passenger on Sun day Southbound train t of thoMn JOHN B PHHKINS Wayncsburg section U assisting As sessor M O Reynolds and Is the right man In the right provlDfI OKonoB DiNWlDDlB of left Saturday for Tu c V remain a few months with the bopo that his hearing will bo benefited MRS BOWMAN SMITII who has been i Mr and Mr G S with her parents In tho McKlnney section afItornoonMB8DAMES ELIZA PORTMAN gnu A Blain left yesterday for the Worlds Pair This Is Mrs hides second visit In the lau three weeks Mteees and Mettle Walker of Garrard accompanied the above ladles LOCALS I Salt my line of lap robes J C Mo Clary SHE the Wonder the original Hot Blast Stove at Jobo Bright Jr h CoV a UrA88Bfl to fit the eye and frames to Ht the faae at Dr W N Craig PbarI raapUt FOR S ALB Gourdamity horw cheap See W W Withers or L It BugheaaL03TA large Cameo pin with white head and one pearl out LenI at this ollloe cod Ret reward LOST a black slllc coat between Stanford and Needmoro Leave at tbli epics Reward Mre A T Travlor WANTED to buy baled slaver bay and elr w delivered at W U lrayI iord dlitlllery M J notTman ft CoIby I M BruceaAOBNTS WANTBO To sell lubrlcat Ing oils and paints We pay salary orIcommission Address The Harvey 011I Co Cleveland O FAT QORBKB WANTMDJoe Jordan the boric btryer will be at nustonvllle Thursday Oat 10 to buy 60 tat horses Have your stock In town H J the to dave Kent furoUhsr has Jut put In some of the handsomest show oases ever brought to this section of the State TAXBS Your city taxes arc pat due and If not paid by Nov 1st the 8 perI oent penalty will be added PaldtlPI cod save penalty ft G Jones voice tora1 ON Brush Greek In Casey county Cafe JefTrle was shot and seriously Injured by Milt Cochran It Is alleged that both parties were drinking at the time OANVIDATB for sxnniY offices are requested to meet at the court bouse at t oaloak Saturday afternoon next without fall WS Duroh campaign chairman TUB foundation for tbe McKinney bank building has beer laid and the other work oe It Is being pushed as rapidly as possible It will be 2ftx48 fMlo aad two storle high WOOOFORD 0 DCNUVI of Lexlng too entirely too clever a man to oe a republican slipped through to Liberty Saturday and made the meanest kind of a speech Shame oa him MlDDLBliORO Iobay a bank Mr Smith of Henry oeuaty spent a few days there last week eau easily placed tbe necessary amount ot stock to Insure It The bank will have a capital B toe It of 118000 TUB Central Kentucky Medical Asso elation will meet at Danville Thurs day at 11 ooloek with the following program How to Dul with Septla In the Pelvis Dr E J Drown Stanford Typhoid Fever Dr Hopper Perry vllla MR Beat W DURHAM the Junction Olty druggist who was shot la tbo foot In a duel with John Wright last week was taken to Lexington yesterday to have the wound examined b a special Mt It Is probable that the member will have to bo amputated Mil B D ALDRIDOR of Oarrard brother of Mr Hughes Aldrtdge our expert tinner and plumber has bought for J17PO cash the A T Tray lor cottage on Ran Main street It Is tow occupied by Mrs Davlson but Mr Aldrldge will get possession Deo let DEMOCRATS awake their slumbers and do something toward car eying Lincoln democratic Nov 8 The republicans are at work In a sly way and are leaving no stone unturned ln heir efforts to wrench this county from tho democratic column Donllot them itROUINsONGeorgo M Robinson ailed 24 died at the home of his father Mr James Robinson near Hubble Saturday of consumption and was bur led In the Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon Ho was a splendid young man a devout Christian and hlsfrlends sad they are many sorrow at his un timely taking away Mr Robinson spent several years In the West trying to get relief from the awful disease but of no avail Lila Indeed a pity that so noble acd excellent a young man as be was ebould be called hence so early In life We sympathize with his Semi IIYIO their loss p TOURIST COATS BUTCHER COATS GARRICK COATS JACKET COATS wawWo nro showing nil the now elmpc garments in the new materials such ns Kerrey Coreote Mannish Mixtures Montinocks itc Childrons Cloaks INFANTS CLOAKS Ladies we deal kindly with your parse in this department Como and look whether you buy or not u h h h 00006060606 STYLUS absolutely correct See tbe Tourjsts Coats Oarrtok Coats Butch er Coats Severance tc Son READ Sheriff MS Dauehmana tax notloc In thus Isaac He oaaksa a am- r of appointments to meet tbe tax tpayers WB are receiving bigof coal of all grades Now Is the time to buy while the roads are good J H Baugb wend Co 3t Mn MARK HAROIN who has Implicit conidence In the INTFRIOR JOURNAL as an advertising medium suggests that we advertise for rata DONT buy your furs until you oct oar line We have tbe kind you want and the price will convince you this Is the place to buy John P Jones BXCIIANOK Tbe Ladles Aid Soda ty of tbe Baptist church will have an exchange In E L RelnhartatoroSat urday Oct 23 Leave your orders IN the elocutionary contest given hrI Alice Haynes colored at Hnstonvllisj Friday night Bertha Coon and Liens Evans both of this place woo Im bud second prices respectively SPBAKINO The following list of appointments are announced by Cam paign Chairman W S Duren to take place between now and Nov 9 Qotheo Monday Oct 34 7 p M O B Saufley and W S Berth Sugar Grove Tues day Sfith 7 P M G B Saufley and W S Bnrob Soapere Wednesday 28th 7 1 MT J Hill Jr and W S Burcb Bee Lick Thursday 27th 7 i u T J Hill Jr and W S Burcb Wayne burg Saturday 20th 1 JO P M O B Siuttey sad W S Burob Crab Orch ard Saturday tttb 130 ri Wil liam J Price and Richard W Mil ler Richards Schoolbouse Friday lath 7 P M G B Saufley T J Hull Jr and W S Burob Kingsvllle Sat urday nth 7 P M G B Sanfley and W S Bareb Mlllcdgevllle Friday Nov 4 7 P M G B Sauney and W S Burcb Oitenbolrn Saturday Nov 6 7 l M 1C C Warren G B Saufley J M Alverson and W SBureb Jumbo Tuesday Nov 1 7 P M J M Alver son Christ Jacobs house Wednesday Nov 27 P X J M Alverson Thursday Nov 3 7 P x Herman Dlstlea hoMSi J M Alverson Friday Nov 4 7 P U Amandt Scbaefera house J M Alversoe John icier and John By ors The above speeches will be made for Parker and Davis Cantrlll Gilbert ENOLKMAN A most excellent wits and inotbeiwent to her rich reward when Mr George t Eagleman breathed her last at ber home in Dan villa Sunday night She was one of those noble solNsaerlfloIng women who lived for ber family and friends for getting all about self Her husband and children were her hope and Inspi ration and never did a mother do more for those she loved than this good wo man who has suddenly been taken away to begin life eternal In the land that Is fairer then day Mrs Eogloman was taken III Wednesday but not until early Sunday morning was her Illness considered serious It was thought she erYlPelal1doveloped well being of others That she andI epjoys the reward of a godly spentllfe no tine who know her well can have a shadow ot doubt Mr Uoglcman was Miss Susan Harris laughter of Mrs James A Harris of this county and was 40 years old She was married to the husnand who eur vives on Sept 28 1876 Four children i were born to them three of whom are living Mrs H Uowan Saufley of this place and Misses Besslo and Ellen En gleman of Danville Early In life Mrs Engleman united with the Methodist church at this place and since bad been a consistent member hbo loved her I church and was a regular attendant and valiant worker fur the causeof Christ The husband daughters aged mother and sisters and brother feel keenly tbelr great lose and the sympathy of this entire section goes out to them May He who dootb all things well cpm fort them in tbelr sad am lotion and make them to soon reallao that tbelr loss Is her great and eternal gain At 1 oclock this afternoon Rev p J toes of this place preached the funer al at ber late homo o and the Interment will occur In Buffalo Come tery here at 330 A godly mother and wife has been called to the other shore may her splendid Christian life be em ulattfQ a LOOK at our new fur 1150 to BIG Severance A SonaFilm proof Ipatesoe W N Craigs PbartLscteta MR W H TKAYLOK will start up his distillery tble week T JD BOOKC lost a valuable livery horse Sunday night by death TUB RenetowB band wont to Central City today to make masse for a Street Carnival Co- WANTRD1000 v barrels of corn de livered at W H Traylors distillery M J HoffmanaA NBQRO named Green Brown war killed at MoKlnney Saturday night hIIs believed that be was shot by a detective who was guarding tbe train to prevent persons from Jumping on aDd throwing off coal rata TUB Ladles IdSociety of theI Christian church will meet next Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock at tbe home of Mrs John B Foster All members are urged to ba present on account of Important business and come prepared to pay their bask dUll Mr L B Cook secretary LBACII AND HALMMr Thomas D NewUnd Sr aitcs us to state that In tbe event of his nomination and elec tion as sheriff of this county Mr Geo W Leach will be bis deputy In tbe Southern Rod of tbe county and Mrj K Helm Jr will terra In tbe game capacity In the West End Both are clever gentlemen and sterling demo crate and will Oil tbe position of depu ty sheriff most acceptable to the tax payers That tbey will materially aid Mr Newlaod In tbe hot race for sber lit no one will gainsay j THIBF CAOOUT On returning to his home on Logans Creek Saturday afternoon Willie Logan saw a Negro who proved to be Will Bottom run from the house hollering be had been stealing Mr Loran took after him aIM after a chaw of a mile or more caught him and brought him to Iowa cad turned him over to Jailer Herrlo He was brought before Judge TrlbWe yesterday morning cod waiv log his examining trial he was held over to circuit oourt It Is generally believed that Bottom Is the pereon wbo burglarliid Mrs Robert Barnetts bftUM last wee- kPUBLIC SALE It not eld privately I writ tell put llcly- on MONDAY NOVBMRBR 11het Tounly court darln Stanford farm of Ul acre H mllettlouth of Walnot Klatknown Mthe U 0 and W V AUmbam farm Te dwelling has cis roomi and good barn four nt T erfllllnfpriDg and the present crops are good pine lumber on It Be bait of the fencing made of good wire tied W acres In clover and timothy close to eboolhoit and church loins pike on South tide aad free mall av livery toy person desiring to purchase this term should call UD Gao or JIm Gray ton or OORISTKRIA ORAYSON Walnut Plat Ky JP Chandler Auct FARM FOR SALEI I dslr to tell my farm of 11 S acres on the Danville k Hu tonvllle plka The farm U tn a high tale of cultivation fairly well Improved watered with three never falling jprtnrs nd live pond In fact you hays to MO the place to understand the mans eon Tenlvnee I want to tell In next 30 days I aluo want to aell my soak consisting of 22 jeanets aged 1 and 5 years old 2 lack S colts seven mare and mules 1 Taco byIthat have a lltue detect but are pood work onooI will do well to call at oncu and secure one of the nicest and best located farms In the county I also have SO bushels of good seed rrforale B n KINO I Moreland Kv PUBLIC SALE As agents for the heirs of A J King de ceaed we will ca- Y It I D A Y GOT il1MI Sell to the bidder at the late reel hues of said decedent tho home place sit uated on the waters of Dlx River about 3 nlles from Grab Orchard and on the L A N railroad containing about 300 acres a corn fortable frame residence with live rooms and two good barn and plenty of neyer UlitDg water thereon acres In spcDdld tate of cultivation I 180 acres of ebtte oak timber slaver been culled In addition S8 acres of land situated on L A N railroad at Section Ilnuno SH mile from Crab Orchard In high state of cultivation with a one granite quarry on It At same 1115 + nd place sell 2I barrels of corn a lot of hay 2 ware In foal one cow and calf and a lot of farming Implements and other things too numerous to mention Anv one wishing to look over the premlees will call on W 0 King who Urea on said place Terlllol made known on day Kof sale L o O W O Agents 1 J P Chandler Auet RAINCOATS We have received some Rain Coats and daily expect other Prices are right nnd styles correct MAKE YOUR RAIN COAT We are showing splendid range of prices and colors in rainproof material SOc 7fic 81 and 810 per yard McCfillg paper pntterds J SKIRTS 010 New Skirts coming every week We are showing the new and desirable styles a h L 0 a 0 0 e i THIS WEEKJS ALW t Will be givon on Velvots Plushoa Corduroys Volvetecua Velvotta WaistingB and Plush Tapestry Como and look over this line You will find many things you cnn use Most of these goods are entirely new and havent been in the house a month Velvetta Waistings are among theInew things shown for Fall wear as is Corduroys for Suits Wojiavo beautiful things in Plush Tapestry for I Couch and Chair covering Pillow Tops c Onr prices on thosegoods for this week will be fully 25 per cent lowFer than you can purchase thorn at any other place not save this ti NI John P Jones It HANAN SHOES CUMflIN5 MCLARY FOOT WEARea Wo have the exclusive sale of tho following lines of Boots nnd Shoes The host the market ntlbrda MENS GOODS r + The Walk Over S330 to 500 The jr DiB S3fiO to 8500 Rocker Bootees SfiUO Level Best 3250 lion ost Mike Shoes S2 00 Honest Mike Boots 350 Walter King Shtw 8300 Hail Road Boots 8400 jr LADIES GOODS fThe fhm S850 The Brockport S300 t BOYS SCHOOL SHOES tLevel B Mt10 to 13 SlTi Lovol Best 14 to 2su r Level Best 2i to H 8200 line are tho cream of tho market In cheap good we are well stocked Torma i Cash HJMRoberts r Lk 1 III I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pat oOlee at Stanford at UHndclatt matter 2fvab1L aTtxaSs yaseed rzSdaVI IT 1 PERYEAR CASH eaT When sot sopaldeaOO will bulla reed 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ko 21 Train gelnfKoita MHHM l04pm SMlam028 u Nils South12t am 11023 w p m NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSBASSNProri JUNCTION CITY KY TlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal flliflwai saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Grass Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Sonthwood mixer Phone 88 Stan lord Ky Dar1 TraylorDEALIR Wulskn Brand Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter House Olore to Depot STANFORD KYI promptan attention Nothing but the bes to drink 1rlltl I cr tetegapb orJul receive tromptattentlo Pruitt Brothers Undortakors Livery Furnl turo Have a special line of Rugs for the Doll days Winter Robes Building Paper Sash and Doors Glas out any else Mrs O B Pruitt has a nice line of Fall and winter Millinery PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persooe wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number oJ fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have It you desire to sell It In our hud Office at Boone s Livery I Stable Stanford Ky I R B IdhonyInSUranG6 Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties lncoln and Oasey who may be seeking Insurance against tire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLlne Com panies represented and the low est poestbleratea are guaranteed Phone tl- 2Stanford Kentucky FEMALEWEAKNESS 51212 Congress St 1mIto any doctors medicine I ever used IcutIfared prostrated hbllndlnllup and I would teal so weak I feltdlsoouraged ofOardutfelt a chauc hr the better within a treatmentIagonies I usually did and soon became regular and without pain Wine of wJabtbatgood qualities h e iryrdrTreasurer Portland Beonomio League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardui cures ppruianently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or arediscouragedthat is tho best reason in tho world you should try Wine of Cardui now Keniember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 100 bottlo of Wine of Cardui today WINE CARDUI I R C WARREN tl a candidate tor judge of the Lincoln County Qourt subject to the sction of the democratic party JAS P BAILEY Is a canJUtttfH reelection as Juode1 the Unceln County Cowl subject to tne action ef the Democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 6R- It a candidate tor Sheriff of Unceln county subject to tt action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORDI liacaaadat for Sheriff of LhteoM musty subject le tiaction of the dnn er Me party T JEFF HILL SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Llneth county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li a candidate for sheds of Lincoln county subject to Ike action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject M the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER li a candidate for JaHer of Lincoln county subject tl tfie action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS- I a candidate far JaHer subject to the atl n of the lenocratic partyW I HERRIN is a candUate for Jailer subject to the action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of labile Schools if Lincoln County stMect M the action of the denw iratlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PubMc Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo trade party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is a candidate for reelection for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county sgoct to the ac tion of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a tinplate for Assessor of Unceln county subject to the anion of the democratic patty GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for AssesMr of Unceta cexretjr sub led to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cMty sub led to the action of IM democratic party W A CARSON Is candidate for Assessor of Unceta county subject to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEYI- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county atterneyof Lincoln auntys- ubject to toe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Uoeoro county is a candUate for Ike nerasMNen for State Senator ta this district subject toO Mead of the democralk surly AW CARPENTER Is a candidate for Congress subject to the act on of the IrohlMston party W S BURCH Is a candidate for Coonly A of Lincoln coon ty subject to the arils of the Dweocnttc pans W L MCARTY IsacandldftererSberMof LIMo cmnty svkject 10 the action of democratic party JAMES T ROBERTS- Of the Fast End Is a candidate fer iweWfatt sob Jed to the action of the democratic prfmarjr Dec j 5404 CHARLES REDD- Is a candidate for Justke of the Peace In the Crab Orchard Magisterial dlstflct subject to ttw action of the Democratic Primary Dec j 1904 J LI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DILLaae IR FuruitareMRttingeRugM They will Exchange Furniture for 11I kinds of Stork Give themIa call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McCbMY TODERTASERE3IBALMER J And DesleuIn 0Itruford KycI LANDSTOCKCROPSETCI hinds at 116000 I Wanted two fresh Jersey mlllc cows I W S Towmeyi Danville James Moaer sold a pair of mules for 1300 at Danville yesterday Sow and pigs good stock for sale Gilbert Bruce Shelby City Jesse P Riffe sold to Bales of Madi- Son a lot of shipping cattle at 60 W S Embry tells us that be barrels of corn from 261 shocks WboI can beat that Col Harry Weltslnger bought of Tohn F Wright 170 acres of land south of Sbolbyvlllo at about S160 Mark HardIn bought of H Bright Ferrill 45 70 to 135 pound borfa at 4Jo and seven yearlings at 11260 Royal Bell owned by G H Camp of Oswego N Y dropped dead In the 220 pace at Lexington Friday James Wood bad a sow to bring him 18 pigs the other day 17 of alive and give promUe of long IUsIR C Nunnellev sold to D C a lot of 200pound bogs at c bought a lot of J F Gover at Chas L Crow has bought ofsameI Shelby his farm known as containing 200 acres for tOOOO oash Joe Jordan will be at Beazleys eta bio In Stanford next Friday 2lst to buy horses and mules Have your took In town Lou Dllllon and Maj Delmar will meet In the 85000 Gold Cup raoe at Memphis Thursday and It will be the mon notablo race of the year It Is the first time this season that these two minute performers have met At the W T Houk silo near Gum Sulphur Saturday the farm of 240 aorea went to Vaucht King for 1900 Corn Infield brought 210 Other feed and the stock sold at satisfactory prices Col J P Chandler the popular auctioneer cried the sale- DANVILLE COURTA fairly good crowd attended court at Danville yea terday but business generally was dull The only stock we heard of being sold I was a bunch of yearling heifers good 700 pounders that went for 3e The horse and mule markets were also very I quietDavid Epperson of the Oak fill re gion amused himself counting the pumpkins on one clghth of an acre of a geld on hi place and found the num ber to be exactly 400 His pumpkin are of an aristocratic breed that never prosper except in gauge of IOOSom erect Journal The bankers of Western and South ern Kentucky and Tennessee situated In the dark tobacco district have coma to the aid of the Dark Tobacco District Growers Protective Association b promising to advance money to the farmers on their crops In order to en able them to hold their tobacco until the market Is favorable- A strange disease has broken out among cattle In Bourbon county Th Paris Democrat says J M Huseell lost the past week four fat cattle weight about 1400 pounds and has an other one stoic Two veterinaries have examined them and can give no oauic for their death They Srst go mad paw up the earth and fret themselves to death It Is supposed to be brain ever brought on by drinking Impure water PENNY SIGNS THE BOND Mlona Natures Cure For Dys pepsia Costs Nothing If It Falls The guarantee given with Miona i no ordinary promise It is a guarantee bond signed by your own druggist a re liable firm right in this town OUABANTHK POND I hereby agree to refund the monoy paid for Mfona on re turn of empty box if the pur chaser tells me thatlt has failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two boxes or a months treat ment Price We per box Signed A tow dosM of Mlona will strengthen the oenesot the stomach to that the appetite will return and you will ho started on the tight road to health- Ninetythreepercent of chronic die eases begin with dyspepsia Cure the dyspeptic troubles regulate the digestion and avoid the fate of chronic Invalidism Remember you run no risk in using Ji ona Mr Penny warrants it and it costs you nothing unless it euros A Kansas womanwanted 9 eat of false teeth and wrote to a Topeka dentist thus My mouth is three Inches across flfoelgbtbs thru the Jowl Some hummocky on the alge shaped sometbln like a boss shoe toe forward If you wan me to be more partIcular Id have to como up toartoTopek Capl tal SfJOKTHANO DBOOKKBBlINO Taught thoroughly by mall Teachers an Increase their earning capaolty by taking a course For Information write W Davie 487 Madison Avenue ovlngtoo Ky 4u The melancholy days arc hare When poets warble lays About Octobers leaflets sort And melancholy days I James W Cook a prominent olttzin f Boyle Is dead Bird Law 1 It Is a floe ot not lees than 15 nor more than 26 10 kill or have In posses liDO after bslng killed any partrldgeor quail except between Nov 18th and Dee list or any rabbit or squirrel be tween Sept 16th and Nov 15th 2 It Is a Ono ol from 810 to IS to buy sell transport or to have In pos scalon to sell or transport any quail or partridge Bach bird is a separate offence and the fine Is from 126 to ISO for each offense attar too first 3 The game warden bit4 the power to arrest on first slgnt and without war rant anyone found violating these laws and may confiscate and destroy any guns dogs or game found in the pos session of euph person If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will do you good For sale by all druggists PARKERS H-BALSAMCrean aIr I nMti U1 ft tl rIo ol rtIt QnfUMOur nip 4 uM a- ak uIUw nowo Farm For Sale I On account of tilhealth I desire to sell privately tar farm of Its acre located In ftrooauntllfrllttwhole or divide Bawll batten on lower part Q B MAItNET- Tnaitenvflle Ky LUMBER WANTED 1 headingslumbarprice at Moreland D H O lylo UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as now for a small amount I tan ax your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lets money Dive me a tr FRANK ATKIIS Stanford Produce Wanted I eggshensbe convinced at U B Xortbcotls Staaford Ky A S PRICE Surfeon Dentist Stanford Ky OBeaeTer UeBaberti Drug Store la the Owl j BaUdlni For Sale Privately My house and 16 acres of land situated Just outalde of town limits on the Somerset pike louse hat 1 room kitchen and see vents roost good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In stockyJ I 11MLKV Have Your Buggy Painted It will wet you only IS I use the best of palntt and varnUke and guarante my Soue11aadDr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kontucky Iteeldenco Phone IK H F HILLENMEYER t SONS Bluo Crass Nurqerios Lexington Kentucky Otter for the Pall of 1001 a full stork of ass paragus every thing for the oreliKrf lawn and garden Descriptive catalogue on application u E D Peyton DKALKIt IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I I laving been in the Tailoring business all my llle I feel oonddent in saying I toprobcnt one of the best tailoring inns In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlroct n I give your clothes are bound to bo MtiBfactorv as my many patrons in this line will bear me out prices arc the same as inex crlonced men who arc in the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other euitlngb I will cut and make if you desire at a moderato price Thank- Ing you for put favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute to the full extent of the law J Z giioonaroore T M Holme- H V Newtund J D Oamenlscb Peter Balmer W II Johnson MM Mary Given David Stephens james M White and wife V Oitriou- H I Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler ItoynoldsMorganCharles J Mn Iate Ador Itelohenbaoh Hrg VonQruanlxanProdAlfred Simpson Oeorge Holmes Hiss Mottle H Hewee R telheu bach Ohiirles cum tue- e First National I BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock JSOOOOi ruts institution was originally established as the Unlash Hank In 1151 thou reor nleed as the National Bank of Stanford In 1IU and again reorganised as the First National flask of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 rears It Is better for transact IngbustoeaaJ5romptlyand well than ever in Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited II II j B Parton OwsieyM W W Oarter n Poster L 0 Ooocli W II UulnlW M llrlght U L w II Shanks Farmers Hank Ls Trust Company and under same mana SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers k 1 j 8 nooKFn Pre it- B T HAIIIUH V Ires J J W II ObrIt t Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner Molelnne M D Elmore Stanford 1 811 llaugbman Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Jas Robinson J II Ilaughman J M 1ottiu Ed Carter 1ubbleJ C LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK OBOOOO Directors u1Valke- Coo j carersThe oontlnuoulyfor McUOHEKTfl OfflurslIS U President t J n OWBLKV Cashier w u nniotiT Asst Cashiers r Window Glass Putty Etc At Lowest Prices r 1 A 4 Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Phone No 13 HoifOc iEillPrices on a few small Honting Stoves that I Imo loft Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of those suit you I can save you some monoy IT younro interested in a warm nil furnace call at my shop and see the Iatrio Fur nace that will hent n 7 to 0 room house with the sumo orIloss full than two grates will mini S H ALDRIDGE i Depot Street Stanford Ky R DOLLS v Wo have at present a very complete line of Ion awl Doll heads Ilentoibre fro kavo sold Doll durirrg Uio Holidays on ly but our intoiittoirB now urn to keep a fill tine lu took nil the time You should eeo irluit wo have in Dolls from ft to 25 cents Also Chinn and Bisque Haudi from A toll mail aawes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford The last resting place of your departed ones by tho erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the beet material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monument Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky 11 AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE CO j 7 KentucKyDisk Interchangeable Disk or Shoe ALL SIZES FROM 0 TO 22 DISKS OR SliDES t With or without frVrtllljer or GraM Seed Attachment Grit Proof Bearings to Disks Kentuky hearing used last satisfactionPrriectdid Scot lied Stands Druuth and Insures Crop Iromptfifclpmrnt Low Freight Send prices and Catalog No Syt fj IHUU uwri I IIRriJIiJ A CO LOUI5VILIR KY 1