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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 V c r 4ae 7u SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL If i 4 VOL XxXIIeSTANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1904 3 P M NO 71 1 RUBBLE I SUM Mss watched up blr bog lold eowt time ago at I4RS- Hl7Klo Attorn bas another oaia of trphold fiver la hU fa millwA P Sloan end Leo Riokln old the their fat bogs to J C Jobnion at He Moil of the hay baler have lIuPIJed on account of the dry weather oauita the bay to powder up tar Mr Scott MoQulre Informs ui tbi hi It going to Oklahoma proipeettof We relret to give him up R M Jebatoa bas balls a dtIIlOr at the aiDe mint near here and be lSod his wife have eoan to bMWkeoploc- gIy Miller of toohIUtr III la Ie buying a few oar load of cattle weict log from 100 to 1100 pounds at a ud t 3 eItQarva MeBaih hut returns from a two weeks vltit ID PalbiK Jas I Wtlwol hat a fee girl at bit bees Be U 4trirood It thought to tM dfl lug Klonly ruder irtitotMt la Losl j yUle Mr Jw llOMl kT with DOE aIIOIIaDoes are dog by the dooms ID oemnufttiy from barking atoandWntei Oaoi they let up a lltUe till It miDI nod settle the duet M U McClure aed wife of Mlotoe In vllle were ap visiting their davebtei Mr J A Uammoadt J 0 Uobln son of Chattanooga attended bl broVberV uoeral Ruodar ntteroooD A P Sloan aod Dave lUoklo 01dO heal of oaltlo from the abash Iher bought la Wayne tome week book w T 0 lUnklo at 3 and 3ie welebln 60 Jat MoKcohnle told SOO s buehelsoflrishpotatoest45oMn bel household goods to Stanford and will make her borne there at soon at ber tale U orer Mr and Mrt Kd Mllle have ttvored baok home from Ml Ver eon aid say Uiere It M plane like nub WeEPREACH ERSVILLE t JU Th npon told to S J Ta umG of Crab Orchard 600 bfttfet of bay a1 ao and boaght of Lae H Thompson 100 j barrels of tern at IS sod U of Angus Barult at tame Meaefee Elraore has developed a oowt t kind of core The thoot comes out or the Rroond awl produeet a nice ear of corn without any ttalk or tattel aben i It We doubt If keroelt of thIs oon wouM errjtermlnate If tblt freak of I nature tkoui4 ever make a good yte I ol ears U U oertala tbat tedd r would I etoare MI Plats SoMoo ol Lexlnatoa I eejoved a visit M her liner Mr Ken Mdy Miss Katie Payne It vltltloi relaUvei here Walter Jobnioo o r Sprlodfleld III It eojovlog the pleat ores of etmetry life hi the home of hi I auat Uns J C Qorum Metdaroe J 1 Aoder oo aed W U OuratnlQi letr Tuesday for ae exuoded trip to vial relaUTN lo Kantat aid Oklahoma I Rr Jordae bat jest closed a sue oetttul meeUoe at Crtertvllle Qnar terly raeeUotr wit hold at the M G I church Monday night sad Tuctday The presiding elder Rev Slmptoo could not be present and Rev P J Hot o Stanford preached instead and bad oharce of the meeting The pro trootad resoling begun nt tho Otpttt ohurob Tuesday evening Rev Kim ball preaohed ao excellent sermon Ui will be sedated by Rev Oarroloal tbs pastor Revs Uuey and Jones If Stanford and Riv Meade of Flat woodt wire prOD attbe tervloee Tuesday evening Better Than Pills 1The queatloBliai been IIlklIn who Cbamliorlalnt Slotnack amway are Liver TnbleU suptrtor to the ordlnar calkattle sod liTer plllt Our answer 18 They are tttltr and more pUnwxot ti take and Muir elft le so gentle and 110 irvtwble that oue hardly reallHa that medicine Then theIit U prodnceduy a the bowels but Improve not only move t dlgettion For saps I nppttitojiodaUlUie all druggUls t at 86 cents per r by TUB Lalet ton Demoorat snakes a great campaign oiler of Ue Sunday and t dally edition from now until after the November election for II Tbl It about- a cent a copy and U not only tho but the belt dem geten dally you can read during the ocratic organ you can This ol1loe will takecampaignpresent 10pthe Democrat butyour order for oath mutt Invariably accompany It Broke Into His Houses Lo Quinn of Cavendlth Vt was roblieil of his customary health by In ration of Chronic Constipation When Dr King Now Life Pills broke Into his f I house hit trouble was arrested and now hei entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to euro 250 M Pennys Drug Store Fire at Nashvlllo rovedthe now freight sheds of the Nashville Oba ta- I uoojja St Loula railroad The lose U upward Of 1800000 with no losur once CHURCH MATTERS Rev O M Uuey will preach eacb night next week at the Uaptltt enured hat The Southern Preibyterlan Byes meet noxt In Loultvlllo on bo third Tuesday In October 1006 I James n Tllman former llcutcoan said governor of South Carolina who klllci Editor Goozilet at Columbia will an the Methodist mlnltryCIDr E L Powell of Luuttvlllo wa elected priMldeot of the Amarlcai Otirlttlan Mltttonary Suulety at tho In convection held In St LouatSteps were taken toward the amalga tnstlon of the FrillS Beptlst Churon will DitelplBt of Christ ut the soaves Se of the Utter In St Louts Rev 0 M Dueyrf tubjrat Suoda tat It Awakq thou that Stvt- sbputoci tby beautiful garment At night flow wo May Know that we at are Ubrltllant Ire Rave R R Noel and W It David ton are conduction on Inttretttog pro of treated mealing ut Pleasant Polo ebtireb There have been tome IS or oafettloai to dltedlThe legacy of Mrs Sallle Uruody giving MO gars of land a One retl dace and farming Implemnoit and 110000 In mosey for an orphans horn Waeblogton county Wit aooapted bj the Syood of Inc Southern Pretbyterl an church In Nnlon at Shelbyvllle The ttatetaent It made by the Ohap lain In Chief of the Grand Aarmy or 41 the Republic tbat In the hospitals of Washington arc 1000 insane soldier who returned from the Philippines Ho declares their plight to be due to look of church work In the army and navyThe ceremonies Inaugurating Rev Prtderlak W Blain Ph D D D president of Central Uulvertlty wer begun at Danville at 1130 yctterda before one of the largest and most rep reienlatlve audiences that ever Bath In tboSecqnd Pretbyterlanohurcb be rostrum being thronged wh nota ble men from different ports of the if ountry Coy Beokham among them Riv J MoClositoy Olany of Frank fort made the Introductory address In wboh was followed by addreitet by the moderator ot the synods of Ken lucky Toe charge to the president eleeiwa delivered by Rev U Colon Rout of Vertalllet after which the In Iaurural addrett was made by Dr Bl t Its KINGSVILLE litev Powell qf Lexington failed tot Il hit appolntroeot at the Cbrll laD berth tail Sunday but will come next iunday we are Informed Mr Ducins store was broken Into at few nights ago and tome Rood oreI ake Mr Crow house wits also brokee eD Into and besides other things a 110t evolvEr was stolen Mr Bd Claypool It local agent for an exoellont soap wblob owing to Itt ood merit and Mr ClaypooPi loquao ty U proving a money maker Mr C rarely make ices than IB per day Dr Warren our teacher went to Woodstock Friday to tee his wife and aby girl MM Warren and baby will jolD her husband vorv soon Mrt Dud 1 tooob It oonvaletceol Champ Fran It It quite tick I Mr Jemet Lynn was bore Saturday leotloneerlng for his ton Mr Dodges oaDle down from Lexington Monday Ire E W Oretgbton and little dough ter Julia Anna returned Monday from a mouth visit to relative at Verona Band elMwbtre Mr sad Mrs Sebat Un Chevuleue are very proud of their new boy Be will be a democratic vo ter tome day Mill Bupnroola Taylor tho baa been attending school at WIII lUrotburit bas returned home to reo Y aaln for awhile on account of the prov lanes of typhoid fever there Mr and ire John fart hove potlioeed their regon trip for a year or to and have IIIDe to Cumberland Fall where Mr lart bat lumber Interest Mr F M lunn has returned home from a visit to Grant county relatives CrawA Call On Mr We the undersigned democrats and tax payers of the Qustonvllle magU erlal district do moatcarnoetly requee IIMr O J Crow to become a candidate for tho oflloe of magistrate of his dla rlct at the primary to be held Dec 1 004 J K Baughman W S Drye J Goode J G Wcathorford J R toutl Georgo D Weathorford W Bright A J Adams C W Adams W B Lair W M Vanarsdall A B C Dlnwlddto J M Carter 8r A lawton J B Reid mil Jennings J P Cox T S Bash W M Myorc amos C Reid U B Reid QO Baugh maD A D McKInnoy R S Scuddor J B McKInnoy J N Cash T W Walker Logan Montgomery Thomas O Dodd More than COO persons In tho United Slates arp 100 years old or over There were 200584 persona who could not tell heir ages to the census takers NEWS NOTES The worst snowstorm of the leleOD been raging about Cheyenne Wo The handsome school building a Slmpionvllle Shelby county burcei Ao organized gang of ptckpockela III to be following the Bryan IJpeolal trainWork It soon to be begun on tbe Palace of Peace at Tbo Hague The It A Pailerton tobtoeo faolory Richmond Vs burned ceasing 0 loss O L Whltetldei an Oldbam oouaty farmer dropped dead white attendin atte near LtUrange Fur the first time la history the to number of money orders lost yellr pawed the 60000000 mil Tbe Mlddletwork Guild reod Born SllJlb1VIlI III was destroyed by Two children perished A San FranoUoo woman was robbed 14000 worth of Jewelry on a tralD between Cleveland aid Cbleago A gate on the eatt ooait of Florid a much damage Several persona lot their live In the wreck of a lehoonei An Itattoro Hvndloate Is said to bove bought 10000 acres of land In Latent county Kvi to be Immediately dove oped Snow and han foil Wednesday 10 Eastern Kansas driven by a tironi north wind and the temperature fell to degrees At the filth trial at Georgetowi Church Drown was given 18 years fo the penitentiary for the murder 01 French Lair- Coloalal Dame of America Lonorei their president Mr Herbert A Clar to borne of Richmond Va at tbe World Fair In honor of Mitt Helen Keller wbi was born deal dumb and blind Been Keller Day was observed at tbe Worlds Fair 10 atptceh at a batquet In Chicago OeD Funtion advocated the cnactmen a Federal fair to prevent deteoratloi if the American Hag Kentucky stand far up In the lead the list of awards made to the ex hlblton of the Louisiana Purchase Ex poll loa having a total ol ISO An armory to cost 1328000 and to ipotaln an amphitheater which wll teat 16000 people will be erected by be fiscal court of Jefferson couotyI To avoid a repetition of the fatalltlet blob attended the opening of tbe Brooklyn bridge It bat been decided begin the operation of the New York lubway at midnight October 27 Tbe Interstate Commerce Commit ilbn issued a report tbowlng the num ser of casualties to person on railroad a the United States for the fiscal yea June 30 100 to be 66130 0- his number a787 were killed Tbe to al number olliloal Dad deralmenti was 11101 WAYNEBSURG- W R Singleton Is having bit soy hum made C C Goooh U having a char dug The box supper at the seminary wa wall attended and a snug little turn wa eallaed for the benefit of the library Kid Joseph Ballou will preasbio tbs ongregatlon of the Christian churcl at Walton Opera Rouse Sunda norolng Miss Asia flick spent last wcekwltl ilea Elite Goooh Mrs Luotnda Pit mao has returned from Pendleioncoun V where the bad been visiting robs the Mlta Verna Goooh returned to Lex ngton Tuesday where she It attend ngMhool She and Mist Dellla Sic leton were vUUIng ut Durntlde MIf8 tea Wbeelar who has bun very slot 1th nervous prostration It oonvalMC ng Mre Theo Reynolds and Thoraa Vllllimt are getting along nicely wilt ever W D Johnson la threatened wltb the tame dlaeaae Mrs Susie Me lullln Ii here from Missouri with hti augb er Mr V Singleton Mr- Geo UllleoD spent Sunday with her litter Mrs Mol ieazle Mra H H Inglaion hat been visiting Mra L DaLY at Burgle 1Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fa tal attnok of whooping cough and bron ihltlt If writes Nra W K Ilavlland ol rmonk N Y hut when all other emcdlos tailed wo saved her life with 3r Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced ego also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Dos icrate throat anti lung diseases yield to Kings Now Discovery as to no other acdicino on earth Infallible for Cough tnd Colds 50o and 100 bottles guar stood by Pennys Drug Store Trial bottles free David Bennett Hill of Now York wbo U speaking In Indiana telegraph Vlco Presidential Candidate Davis Itba the Hooslor Statolwould go demo ratio MR AOM W ARPtN fElt Prohibition tjtnoc fur dogrett In this dlmncc a coriaaa geaileman aad most excellent citi7o Uf course he will not win but that be will poll tbe full Diroogtn of his party there It DO doubt Mr Carpenter la a woaltl West Bid ftrmir and a man of ability Crab Orchard James L Anderson U completing ble cottage en Stanford Street which II I quite an addition to that end of 10D Perry King hoe bought the od Vat derpool properly near the donor Miss Beltlo Blcelot la visiting ID Somerset Mitt Kate Redd Mrs Wll lit and family bare just returned fro- St Louis Mrs Holdam Stewart writs her family that the It delighted wltb California end will locate there Mr Henry Well and two olden children are very tick with typhoid fever Little Carl Cummins It better Dr R G R dd la much improved Mre Barker is vltltlce at Mr Grove Kennedy and attending the quarter meeting or M E church Mrs George Stephenson It eeiilnf up a musical which promises to be quite an Interesting event consisting of inu tic and recitations bv local talent proceeds wilt go to the church end TbeI erybody It Invited Stanford ter Ml Vernon and Brodbead have eeIpedal Invitations Admission IS for adults lOc for children All help a good cause Notice of comeI later It It with regret tbat no give up euch good chrUtlan families M Mr Me Wbortert and Mr Conaora Mr Me WhorMr It an active member of tbi Baptist ehurob and his entire life her has been devoted to fighting wrong Od upholding right and his splendid wlft anddausbtert will be sadly mUsed Mr Condor la as good a member as thi Christian church ever bad and hili place will be hard to Oil We hearth oimmend them to any locality bey movo to at being worthy of trust and respect IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Humphrey B Ferns hat been ap pointed postmaster at Sliver Creek Boward Fee too ot John G Fee or Berea College It dead lo California Thomas F Cleaver of Lebanon whi vat Injured by a passenger troth wt Liven a verdict of 17500 against the L L NThe L L N railroad will spend 8 large amount of money In reducing the trades end etralcbtonlng the curves OD Its Jolllco branuh A little ion ot G B Haurd of Rail ley Adair oonaty was thrown from a buggy In a m away receiving Inju les from which be died H P Barrels of BtBdr on was Muted Grand Junior Warden of tbi Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky on the fifth ballot over Virgil Smith or Somerset In nn Interesting contort In toe circuit court at Harrodsburf- Harenoe Steele was awarded a judg neat for 15000 damages against tbs outhero railway Stele was badly urtln the wreck near that city tae tune Everett Burgtn fell from a chnstuel trol near town and sustained Injuries from which ho died Tuesday morning 8e was about GO feet from the ground Then be loet his balance cad foil Casey New Joel Wilder postmaster at Colllduo ulaskl oounty was Indicted by the United States grand Jury at COvhl Loa for embeaslement of 1766 of funds Wll ler la a Methodist mlnttter ann coon try merchant and was arrested whllle ooduoting a revival His wife aided ire In the operation of tho poetonioe aDd they got their post offico accounts nixed up which caused the shortage A Love Letter Would not Interest you If youre look log for a guaranteed Salvo for Sores lurns or Piles Otto Dodd of lender ilo writes I suffered with an ugly lore for a year but a box of Bucklont Arnica Salve cured mo Its the best Salvo on earth 23c at Pennys Drug tore FALL SUITS i I FALL OVERCOATS No man has any excuse for not being well dressed it wont cost much and we have the correct styles and colors ready for instant service Always glad to show them erasoeam T o mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE H J HEINZ COS New goods just received at W H HIGGINS If yoh want something good to eat leave jour order for Cherry Peach Blackberry Strawberrv Pint 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 Worchestcr and Pepper Sauce Pearl Onionsc WH HIGGINS STANFORD KY THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For thejLEAST MONEY 1 We wish to announce to Iho people of Stanford and surrounding country that our FALL anti WINTER stoen of Dry Go k1s Clothing Shoos Hats and Caps Ladies and GentslFurnishings is now complete and wo invite each and everyone tp visit our Storo and examine our stock anti prices which we hopo will be of interest as wen as important to yourself as to us Dont forget The Now Store It is tho place to get tho nest Goods for tho Least Money tit 9Kb1 Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky sl SChOOl Supplies ooI School BOOKS mm ass s W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD JIdO SHOES i Wo are noy showing a groat lino of FALL and WINTER SHOES for nil sizes of feet Call in and lot lu show you our r line bolero making your FALL IUIICHASKS s W E Perkins Crab Orchardt Ky i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fr Prt Ment ALTONBROOKS PARKER dew York 1QtfloeLL- iNR1 G DAVISI of Went Tliftftta for JJge Fifth ApptOatt Dutrid JUDGE JAMES B CAXTRILL- Qf Georgtto For CoMprrre i QEORQBG GILBERT of Sfreibp YOUNO DAVIS continues his record breaking tour of West Virginiar He le talking to his neighbors In a manIThey have seen him advance from a I brakeman on a railroad to the highest 1 position one can attalna secure place In the affections of bin fellow citizens fortune was earned by Incessant 1His His rugged health like his hon nature was an Inheritance and he d conserved both by a careful life 1 West Virginia honors this grand old J man and It will show Its confidence In him by giving him and Judge Parker I Its electoral vote IT Is unfortunate that brother should seek office against each other but In the case we have In view not much ill feeling will likely result In the Ihh district Hon George E Stone Is the democratic nominee and his order I brother Judge W S Stone is the nominee of the prohibitionists They both live at Montlcello and It Is a 100 to 1 shot that neither will move toy Washington after March of next year i 1 DOWIE who claims to be the second Elijah has commanded his followers to vote for Roosevelt because be says Roosevelt Is against a government of the people by the people for the peO plea The occupant of the white house will not be likely to appreciate this just compliment of tbe socalled Prophet oft of 7t as- sTile democratic party has never of fered a better nor cleaner ticket than the one that will be found on the bal andIyears that are to come to your children and your children children about tt- FOUR u year ago tomorrow the preJ ent editor of this paper tookcharge and thank to a liberal constituency the wolf haint gotten entirely In his door yet May he keep out OHIOS governor Is Imitating Teddy Ho dined with a Negro at the Arcade Hotel In SprlngBeld The colored gemmand name Is Sully James LESS than three weeks until the election and no enthusiasm yet Cant somebody do something to stir things up TEDDY entertained the other day but Bookers name did not appear In the list of the notables present POLhN r Chicagos registration la no greater than It was in 1000 and the political workers are disappointed at tbe out come The Georgetown Times offers a prize for tbe rural mall carrier or guager who has not been assessed by the republican campaign committee Henry G Davie ended his whirlwind campaign through West Virginia at Wayne During the trip he traveled f 1300 miles and spoke In 78 cities and towns Mr Davis expreesed tbe belief that tbe State will go democratic and says such Is the opinion of the party j leadersThe Kentucky State Grange In ses sion at Cynthlana adopted resolutions urging the establishment of the parcels posts and postal currency and the pas sage of a law giving women tbe right lo vote Oov Beckbam addressed tbe body advocating a better education for farm boys The enthusiasm of the New York democrats for Parker and Davie is hay- Ing Its effect In all the doubtful States East and West Now Jersey Rhode Island and Connecticut are responding with particular promptness to the demand for a safe and sane administra tion of national affairs William J Bryan spoke In Louts villa and New Albany last night to crowds that exceeded all expectations His Louisville audience packed Phoe nix Hill Park Not less enthusiastic was his New Albany reception whore In open air between 10000 and 15000 people beard him i I MIDDLE BURG The writer Is In receipt of the dem ocratlo campaign text book from na tional headquarters which be prizes highlyThe M E parsonage has lately been palcted and repaired Inside and out William Miller In erecting a business building near his shop Mr William Myers who waa greatly Improved suffered a relapse and Is stIll very poorly Geo Wesley Is lying dangerously ill with flux and fears are entertained for his recovery Little Martha Dye Is battling with malaria Rev M M Roundtree the new pUt tor of the M E church Is here and will move his family from near Clay City within tbe next few days The new pastor preached Sunday Sunday night Monday Tuesday and Wednes day nights and was well received- W P Martin a veteran of the Phil ippine Insurrection has a rello In the shape of a company locker belonging to Co B37th Mich Inf during the War of the Rebellion It was given to Mr Martins father during the war when tho Michigan troops were hero holding the wily Caseyites In subjtc tlon Tbelname of Judge W S Stone will appear on tbe ballot as the Prohibition nominee for Congress from this the lltb district Besides being one of the very but lawyers In the State of Ken tucky Judge Stone was a gallant sol dier of the Confederacy having follow ed the stars and bars under the daunt leas Morgan He Is also a brother of Hon George E Stone the democratic nominee for the same office and owing to his great popularity will poll a sur pricing vote The following persons have visited the big fair since our last writing Supt and Mrs J C Lay Mrs W J Godbey Mr and Mra P H Taylor and C M Hatter Richard McDaniel Is In Wayne Rev George E Baker the blind editor of the Burnslde Com merclal spent a couple of days hbre In the interest of his paper and obtained quite a batch of subscribers Besides editing and publishing one of the news lest local sheets In Kentucky Brer Ba ker preaches to four churches and U In charge of the Baptist Colportage work in Wayne county- Mlddleburg Is at last to have a bank and that it will be a money maker no one will gainsay The Farmers De posit Bank of Mlddleburg has been organized with a capital stock of lib 000 and work will begin on a 13000 brick building In tbe course of a few days Tbe location of tbe bank will be on tbe site where the parsonage burn ed a few years ago near tbe Baptist church Messrs Ed Smith and D A Thomas of New Castle were the pro moters of the enterprise and tbe stock was readily subscribed Mr Thomas will be cashier None of tbe other officers have been chosen Here and There While handling an old shot gun Ode the 17yearold son of W T King of Garrard was shot and killed Carl Becbanan a school teacher In Union county was shot by Jas Fletch er for chastising Fletchers daughter Louisville gets 1400 anonallv for tbe privilege of sweeping her streets Tbe sweepings are used for making fertili zerA J Fish proprietor of the Mt Ver non Grocery Co has sold his Interest In tbe business to the barber J B HarpMt Vernon Signal Tbe jury at Harrodsburg returned a judgment against tbe Southern Rail way Company for 115000 for the kill log of Engineer John Scanlan of Lou Isville last June Riley Coldiron has been Indicted by the Breathltt county grand jury for perjury in connection with the indict meat of Wm Britton for the murder of James Cockrlll Dr George H Purvlance assistant surgeon general of tbe Marine Hospital Service Jumped from a fourth story window of a Philadelphia hospital and was instantly killed Denial of the oftrepeated rumor that Mice Alice Roosevelt has become en galled to Representative Nicholas lOngwortb of Ohio was again made In the White Houso this week Clint RUey colored was dangerously cut In the head with a cleaver by James K Moore a butcher at Pltts burg There are two gashes In the Ne gros head and he may nut recover Govan Smith and Mrs Arbrllla Bach have been Indicted at Jackson for the murder of llcky Jim Bach It Is claimed that Mrs Bach kilted her former husband with Smiths pistol The court of appeals In a case from the Menifee circuit court has decided that assessors are not entitled to com missions on property listed exempted from taxation The court says while an assessor Is required to gather eta latlca there Is GO provision for pay for such work A Very Remarkable Remedy II It is with agood deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I lecommend Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item edy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of gentlemanIarae my so overcome colic pains that he sank at once to the floor I gave him a dose and In 15 mln itcs ho left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever For sale by all druggists S MATRIMONIAL Silas Carrier and Miss Mattie Den ham were married at Hlgbland Thou day Ross Singleton aged 21 and Miss Mary Church sweet in were married at Albert Churchs yesterday J C Browning and Miss Mary Do bony of Columbia wore married at the Willard Hotel in LouUvllle Mrs Maggie A Snow has been apt poluted postmaster at Kidus Store and S A Douglas ut McUulTdy Puluskl county Ella Batfleld sun of the famous Devil Anse Uatdald wets recently se cured his brothers pardon from the Kentucky penitentiary eloped with Miss Helen Unhand daughter of one of the largest coil operators In West Virginia Mr Stewart Hanson a priHrwrou young farmer of tbe West laudwe married in Russell county Vu fw days ago to Mies Luoy Fugatenooarm log young woman They cams immediately to his handsome home the Dr Logan place where they are now at home to their friend WALKBRPBNOB Two hearts that had loved for ears were Joined t eetb er when Mr Walter O sley Walter and Miss Annie Pence were made one In a pretty ceremony by Rev P J Ross at tbe home of Mr and Mrs A M Pence at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Tbe occasion was a happy and brilliant one and tbe Pence home was appropriately decorated for It The bride who Is a beautiful young woman lValllowoed In a very band some white broadcloth suit elaborately trimmed In elegant laee with white hat to match and she carried a prayer book Her traveling dross was a hand some cralvnette with green bat Messrt Ed Walker and Alfred Pence were the attendants and Miss Etta Belle Cloyd played the wedding march Mendels sohns Tbe breakfast of a ball doin courses was elegantly served In the ex quisitely decorated dining room Tbe breakfast over Mr and Mrs Walker drove to Danville where they took tbe Q S C for Cincinnati to spend a week On their return they will make their borne with the bride parents and will be at homo to their friends after Nov 1st They were tbe recipient of many beautiful and handsome present wblan attested to some extent tbe popularity of tbe young pair Tbo bride Is a cnarmlng young lady beautiful of face and character and Is highly cultured She Is the only child of her fond par ants who have spared neither tam nor means In Oiling her for a useful life Tbe groom Is a son ot M A K Walker of Garrard but has been a clllzsn of this place for a number of posttlopinand no young man In the community stands higher Testimony of a Minister Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 yooroa I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts el medicines but got no relief Then I be gan the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that bad me in its grasp for J 2 years toIf you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitter Its guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store at only 50c At the ninth triennial conference of superintendents and principals of American schools for tbe deaf held In St Louis Augustus Rogers of Danville was made secretary Six members of tbe family of Alex ander Fields a farmer near Shoals Ind were poisoned by arsenic being mixed In the flour during tbelr absence from home PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Ctamt aDd tmullfltt th halt dryUatrCnnIp dice a hair Iaal- oducaasitu 1 I NBLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about uo acres on Danville Ave nue onehalf mile from Graded School known as Ooodknlght farm Good house of- T rooms with bet of cisterns and all neo easury outbuilding The farm stands drouth well Gallon Mm N U Ooodknlgbt al Ilronaugh Cottage now occupied by Judge Halley Farm For Sale I On account of Illhealth I desire to tell privately my farm of 170 acres located In fruit of Huitonville Good Improvement never falling water sell as whole or divide Umall house on lower part Q B IJAUNETT- Huitonville Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky CtSoeorr OwdeyIlundln For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset plko louse hal 1 rooms kitchen and ser vents room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for tock J P HAHEY Dr J BeDeck DENTIST Office In BuildingMAIN StanfordResidence KentuckyI If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial Nice Home For Sale I I with to sell prIvately the ipcndld reel denco on Logan Avenue which has lust been completed has tour largo roomswlde hall good dining room and bath room Building u a twoktory one and U modern In every particular Call at J M Phillip to see property II D IUWIIIMAN HOME FOR SALE I If not sold privately before I will sell at public auction on tondJNov U oeuntv court day my School dl tilot but out ot city limits The house fe a three room college and there are seven acres ot land Oood water and outhouses and Young orolmrd JOHN OUUtSTMAN Stanford Ky RaA JONES DENTIST Stanford Icy Offivein Myn blouse larlor Phone II THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open all tbe year for tbe treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Hoard and nursing shall be club In advance weekly and monthly Profess lonal bllli Sue when services are rendered and must ta paid promptly BDCARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAsronn KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I flaying decided to quit the buggy h el net I will sell for the next M days at east for each a oar load of haggles SNrrayi Phaetons and Iluekboardii also a Vet of HarneM They are all tbv latest style and best make Part of tbe vehicle are rob ber tired Ooze to tee me and get a bargain at once before they are all gene OURTIB OOVBIl OrabOrelwrtl Ky Greatest BargainsI- n Clothing Pornltblnit Oeodt list taps Hut ever offered at the CincinnatiBargain Store AT ORAIt OROIIAItn KY In George Ilotme storeroom oOtUnbelm pike Call and examUe my lOCk MAX HEUKK fror PUBLIC SALE I have deetded to quit farming and will on Friday Oct t8 sell my farm eoetaln Ing 188 acre situated on the waters of Drakes Creek 1 1S mile from Ireaehert rllle on the Pull Lick l Lancaster pike known al the Jordan Malhe plate farm U well watered At least 161acr of the land Is good hemp and tobacco land It U all In grass well fenced At MIM time I will sell tee barrels ot corn titres milk now 1 saddle bone extra geed one I Lightning bay baler good at new farm IDrlmptemcnh of Sale houtourntturro bold aDd will bo- gin at 11 oclock A M sharp Tormt made known on day ot sato W It I1MNJIfto PreacheraTllle Ky JP Chandler Auet PU BLIC SALE I If not sold privately I will on OOTODBU SiND 1004 at the Oalnoa farm near walnut Vial sell to the highest bidder ray perionalty consisting of 41 acres of corn In IbOt k some baled millet oats 1 goed bur ry mare one Zjeorold hone 6y King BaglB one good yearling filly by Oar sey Qolddunt one work mule Jfl yearling cattle 3 hollers C good milk cow a lot farming ImplemeOKOfIe new itbone wagon one sew nile barrow I double A harrow two x horse turnlig plowi one good 1bone iultlvator one I borieeultlvatur ono good rubber tired bug gy and harness wagon and plow gear and other thing too numerous to mention alto household and kitchen furniture 1 L llEOIv J P Chandler A- cctPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tithing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonaraore T M Holmei II F L n OamenUcb Peter Palmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary livens David Stephens james M White and wife E H P Huwkln Mrs Mary Eo Welch KALawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Hoot Sam P Itoynold Morgan Humphrey O T Wlllion ltarl Eniwlln H McAlliter Mrs Katu Ador Itelchenbach lire Fred VonOruenlganAlbertVonaraenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred llaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mine Mettle II llewe Kelehenbash Charles Cummins Noticeto Taxpayers I I or on ot my deputies will be at the following place on the days shown below for the purpose of collecting taxes O K Thursday Oct 30 at Hays Store Waynetburg Friday Oct ai- Kingivillo Oct 22 Ml Salem Friday Oct a8- Huitonville Saturday Oct 20 Crab Orchard Saturday Oct 39 All having claims against the county will please have certificates same ready fur us will savo you and myself ble If will write melwill bring your claim along so that you may your tax M S OAUOIILAX S L C t There Is A Difference In Merchandise The wron kind at nny old price ThcTlght kind at the right price C Wo have tho right kind nl tho right men Dory department in our honco is brimful of nice uew Full I gpods Wo nro showing dross goods in Mohairs lice soy Choviotfi llrondoloth and Suiting from Sfc to 41 10 S J2fi par yard Wo have exclusive rtattoriu in Kkm nelottoe Outings Shirtings Gingham Pnlos Ac The now models in Kloxilrano Oonwln ere urwa for your Inspection Prices from oOo to S2ARemember the SorosisWhBti you think of tho best Underskirt made front 98o to 88 Wo have Hand Hag Peggy from Piths IfelU llnir Tina in provision 4l the right price In Iloyi Suits or Overcoats you rfll find our ik pnrtra ot M complete at thiftrMt city store We have every thing that is new fr the toys Price tangs frwn 130 to 80 age two yri up to 10 yearn JJuy your Fail purchaser front the THE GRAND LEADER OW8IEY mol WATTH Oim Alois s M B Levy O Co S B Lovy l DR E H MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST e i That branch of mienw which deals with the rye its anatomy sod use tion in HKALTII and dwNlCtury Dictionarr I use HO MKDICINI5 either ill exaMination or treatment of this yes Mr perform any SURGICAL operation but simply correct all tfefouw of Ke fturtwjiwith porfeet ADJUSTED G LAS It liar successfully titled Ai several hundred pain of glares in Hoyld and MirroumliHg trusties will be at St Asaph Motel Saturday Oct 22 Dr E Ma Murray Ophthallwlogist Home OHke With Murray A McAiknw Danville Ky iflffi I nor6 Is Now Open 7 With a full lino of Clothing Dry Goods Drees Goods Notion Shoe j ie a II GootU sold cheaper than you ever lit ardor them In many ram you out naiiio the prleo and tako the xomlg Milnlu seo what we hue gut Oar prices will mrprlto you S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY N IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever 4 brought TO town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short I time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEORGE H FARRIS ICODcStanford Kentucky C McCormackDealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries j HarnessFresh i Produce G R McCormack Hustonville + READYMADE WAISTS We are showing a good lido of the latest Now York designs in Silk Mohair Tainiso Cloth Cloth nud Mercer Silk 81 to SttfiO NEW SILKS FOR WAISTS Our ipocinl 20inch nil silk in all iho popular shadeeat Jill Fancy rilta at 7rtcj Plaid Silks at 81 80 inch Blacks Taflbln and 1cnti do Soio at 81 and 4160 S I iSEVERA1fCE SON9 srrANFORD i I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n STANFORD KY On 21 1004 n WM Insist that you look at our large new Floor Show Case oooialnUr eta Uonery only nave added some new ilylas of 800 box papor this wk nod from the wworttmnt wr now have moil any one can fad omotblDr they will rf like touujra Drug Store Stanfdrd Ky PERSONALS I1ft AND MIUITP SliNK are In Louisville MR JAB GIHONV of Llbirty wsi hero to day MRS W D MOltONRRTS ila Louli I yule with relative MR J B BUCK It at Tr vifvme Tono with friend MlBSMARVORlUM of Girrarti Ii with Miss Salllo Cook MRS IKTKK 8TKAUH JR went to Louisville Wtdnw ay IiB8 KrLA nAY of Ptrryvillt It wltb the Muses Poland i MR JAMBS DotMAN aod family wire ID Lexington ibis week MR J T JON 811 ooolaad to hli room with malarial lever MRS ANNA D VANAHBIIAIB went to narrotfibutr yesterday GKAIO CAMDMM let yesterday for JllrrnlDKborn to etgaea IB baslnes MRS L I PADLKNHR went up toI Corblo yesterday to tpeod tome time DR J B BUCK of Stanford wa ID the olty ye terdar Somermt Journal MR ALAN U SMITH of Columbus O U the guest of tbe Miss o Van An dale TUB U D Ct will meet with Mrr John B Foster at S oloolc Tuesday afternoon next- UKNDMRSoIl YOUNG It very yew of oosuraptloa at the horse of 0 M Young at Ulehla d- MR C II COLBMAN and sees Uew ard nod Barl Coleman left vt nay for tbe World Pair dRICT PSNCB JK left veiter day for LaPorw Ind t to wy begglot- for B t Ieaoe A Oo MRS LBLIA CANVON and da chtflr Leila of Xleholasvllle were the guests of bin W U Curtis OIIANVMLB OWBNS of Hrodhead was on yesterday a train returning from a business trip In tbe South MR BavuRLY ROOT of Mad lion Mo arrived to day to volt bU pareotr 7 Mr and Mrs John W flout Rev J W HAQIN end wlfeabd Mrs J O Bailey and ohtUren returned lest nlRht from the World Pall MRS 8 M ALUJN of MUlcrsburjr attended the hurls of her aunt Mn George U Kouleman Tutsday MROJT BROWN and eon W C Drown of the 1leasant Point sous I Lion were oailnr at ibis ofllsM yesterday MR W M GOOCH who was here from Waynwburir yesterday says there Is a Rood deal of sickness In his SM tlon MISSBSCOOIBR AND ADMUII Pll LAND and Mr A M Feland returned f yesterday from a visit to the Worlds Pair MH6SRS W n MILLBH and John Thorpe of Madlon attended the bur ial of their relative Mrs Geo BORO man Tuesday MISS MAYMK RAMBBV who has been with her sister Mrs Jno Bright Jr returned to her homo In Garrard lit this afternoon h MR W MASON MORRIS and wife Mr James P Qoldam and Miss lie r Iloldatn all of Crab Orchard pasted through yesterday to the World Pair MR HUMIHRBV BALLOU and family 01 Lancaster were hero yesterday to bid farewell to the family of Mr G SI Gaines who leavee next week for Muskogco I T Advocate MR CARROLL B UEID who hast himself ono of the moat success proven ful trainer of horses In the United yeeter11daMISS MOLLIE BROOKS of who was here wIL- byesterday l- ussthatebo VanArtdale told and her mother leave Monday Angeles Cal to epend the 9kwinter with her brother Mr James W Brooke LOCALS SEE my line of lap robes J 0 Mc Clary Vitas proof root paint at W N t Craigs Pbarmaeltt DolI8KB the II Wonder the original Blatt Stove at John Bright Jr Cos IOLASSB8 to flt tb aye and frame to Ht the face at Dr W K OralRs Ether maoUl I WART 1BOO swrrels of corn delivered at W Q Traylor distillery M J Hoffman WANTBD rasa eggs Will pay 17 cents cash delivered at Poultry bouie II B Nortbcott Stanford LOST A large Cameo pin with white head and one pearl out Leave at this oBloa and get reward A A BASTIN haw Bold to D War hid of Shelby county hie farm ot 00 acres near Blghland for 1080 SMITH BCOKUAM ree eld ton of Mr lenderton Uaugb of tbe Ellgt land section died yesterday of croup LOST a blaok silk goat between Stanford and Needmora Leave at this otitoe Reward Mr A T Travlor LOSTA fur cape betwMD Dlx riv er bridge on Lancaster pike and Stanford Reward Mrs W 3 Beailev Laqeaiier WANTBUbuy baledGlover hay and straw delivered at W H Tray bora dlitlllery M J Doaman Jt Co by I M Bruoe COMB and see them bljj msnufaotu revs line of olo kt and wraps on die play In our store Wednesday Oct Sib Severance Jr Son CAMP13MLLL PHTTUS the Crab Or chard drueelti have told their stock of goods to a Mr Lyon of Dawesvllle who will take obarge at onee MR A C SINK wuo Ie agent for the belt wire and Iron tense made Is put ting up a tubilanllal and pretty Iron fence for Mrs Marv B Welch SxctlANOH The Lades Aid Socie ty of the Baptist oburoh will have an exchange In E L Relnbarta storeSat urday Jet St Leave vour order lAX8 Your taxes paetdua and If not paid by Nov let the 0 per pent penalty will be added Pay up and save penalty R G Jones colleo tor OANDIDATHS for county oOvacg are requested to meet at tbe court houo at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon next without tall W S Burch campaign chairman WOMAN KILLROSper1Q M S Baugbtnan reoelved a telephone mes sage from South Pork this morning stating that colored woman bad kill ed another there and bad made her escape Be left at onoe for the scene WE have receivedinthe last few days orders for copies of tbe 1 J coo Lathing the cartoon of Teddy and Book er from Thurmond W Vu anti Birds ifiye lad A Garrard county democrat says we dnght to print the ploture ant the lines under It every Issue until the election x ON Tuesday next Misses Virginia Bourne and Allle Huffman will give the first musical of a series of musicale In the Graded School audlto rlum They will bo assisted by Mes dance W 0 Shanks A G Huffman and Mince Nell Warren and Polly Traylor These young artists will ren dor the evenings program without the use of notes 0 4 WITH a ticket beaded by Parker nnti Davis followed by Cantrlll and Gilbert we dont see how any man with an Iota of democracy oan stay away from the polls Yet tome democrats will do to their shame bo It said Your failure to vote may lose Lincoln county to the republicans Help to prevent such a ehamo by going to your precinct early on the morning of Tuesday Nov Stb and stamping In the circle under the rooster Dont fall TO TUB Madison County Medical Socie oOlcoI dered among other things being a splendid paper by Dr Steele Balloy of Stanford who for 10 year was secre tary of the State Association and last year was Its president Dr Balleya ourIi ciety Richmond Register I CLOAK display Oct 20 Severance do Son LOST ofblaoic kid gloves between Christian church and railroad crossing on Danville street This olllce RBAO Sheriff M S Hauebraantf tax notice In lIh beaus He makes a dumber of appointments to meet the taxpayer WK are rtwelvlng a bill lot of coal of- all grades Now le the time to buy while the roads are good J H Baugb man fc Co lit 4 BON GaoHORG GILIIBRT of Shel hyllU will adiress the voters of Per r villa at 230 oclock tomorrow Sat urday afternoon He will alto speak at auction Oily Saturday night at 730 CUMMINS A MCOLARY have engaged a quarter of a page of this paper from Nov 1 until Jan lln which to tell tie people about tbe good thing they have In their store and the low price at which they are selling them WALLS Baker Walls who bas done as much hard work for the democratic party at the next one wants to be enable sad annonnots this Issue his eandldaty for the oBIee He le a dyed Intbe wool democrat aoleverraan and his many friends hour he will win hands down II TlIR Ladles Aid Society of the Christian ebureh will meet next Satur day afternoon at oolook at the home of Mrs John B Potter All member are urged to be present on account of Important business and come prepared to pay their baok dues Mr L B Cook secretary- DhlDpiiRARMr James A Dudder ar who bit made a splendid magls Irate announces his candidacy for re nomination by tbe primary DM 3 OIl platform It his record as magistrate and he and his many friend believe that he will win on It Besides being a good democrat Mr Dudderar it B Christian gentleman and an excellent oltlMn THE BALLOTS County Clerk Coop er has received the oQlelal ballot to be uscdln the November election and from It this office will print 6 000 or more Of course the democratic ticket with the rooster It lint then comes the republican lo cable the pro hibition party with the phoenix Is third the populist emblem tbe plow follows the socialist with two hands clasped and the socialist labor with an arm and hammer are last ALbolwMrJ RAlford one of Stanford oldest and best oltlient died about 5 oclock Tuesday afternoon after a protracted Illness of a complica lion of diseases The burial took place In Buffalo cemetery Wednesday after noon after services at the homo of Mr George D Woaren conducted by Rove P J Ross and Gilbert Glees Deceas ed wasa warm hearted good man and the many friends he left sorrow at his taking awav Mr Alford was born March 11 1810 near South Pork Lin cola county this State Bo came to Stanford when a mere youth to serve an apprenticeship with a blacksmith InItbe same house In which be has lived continuously for 52 years On July 20 183T be was married to Mice Amanda lane Cox of Mercer county They spent their early married life In Wash loa too and Anderson counties coming to Stanford about 1862 where they spent the remainder of their lives she having died Aug 21 1880 To them I wore born four children Tho oldest and youngest died quite young and Mrs Geo D Wehren Is the only survivor Mr B G Alford having died May 23 of this year Mr J R Alford ran a livery stable and a blacksmith shop In this town for about 26 years and was j also numbered among the old mer chants occupying the room In business where the drat bank of Stanford was paned Hu was converted some 60 years ago uniting with the Methodist church He bad eight brothers and ono sister all of whom are now dead Jn Septembr 18S7 ho was married to Mrs Lucy E Beidleman whodJedOei 1 1808 since which time he has made eta home with bit daughter IIraI Wearen Ho bad seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren living two greatgrandchildren dead Four Woareobonoat the same table I ESTRAY Doo A blue shepherd dolo left Wednesday of last week Rewar for his recovers R F Sloan Hubble TUB Kings iughUM of the be Toroersvllle church will give a box supper at the school bouse Saturday Oct 27tb proceeds to go for painting tbo churoh o TUB administrator of Horace Craig who was killed at New Haven by a freight on which be was braking has lied suit against tbe L k N for ISO 000 damages MARION democratswill howl a big rally at Lebanon Monday next Among the speakers that will be ore cot are Hon R W Miller of Rich mond Judge Frank Peake of Shelby and Emmett Dlckson of Paris Go To MT VEUNON Cancerum cures cancer Take along your living death Dr U B Lawrence will send you home canoerless happy within from 10 to 30 days No money asked until cure Is effected No knife vir tually painless Reference Business professional men Bank of Ml Vernon and cured patients DRY U no name for It hero Good drinking water la scarce while water for stock Is barely obtainable at any cost or Inconvenience Tbe water com pany turns on water only about three hours dally and then It base tb be used sparingly Prospects for rain are fair ly good however and we hope to report a cod soaker and a river riser next Issue JAMES A DUDDERAR U t raletk for Mgktntt of the Stanford Dis trict Mtfct M the Non af the Jtraocrttlc primary Dec te BAKER WALLSiIt aeaetpkforaasubkaltoStsod District tNtc b ew actlOR at iMC Iry Dec 1 ea WANTED I Td4keya Ducks Otese and Chickens Illgbett cash market price U NORTIICOTT Stanford Ky A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stock bonds grala5rovlilon and cot too PtlTU wires to atnclnoaUNew York and Chicago Free telephone service to etwtoBMfa Ofllco on ltd Street In Farris building All trader guaranteed PUBLIC SALE I U not sold privately I will soil publicly- on MONDAY NOVEMBER U 190- 1ountyoountdayln Stanford farm of 131 acre 234 of Walnut Katknown as tbe O a and W K Abraham farm Too dwelling hits six room and Rood barn four nenrfatUnl spring and tlioprewnt crops arc No li 16000 feet good pine lumber on It one halt of the fencing made of toad wire and it acres In clover and timothy close to ichoolhoKe and church Perm joins pike on side and free mall des livery person desiring to purchase thli farm should call on Geo or JIm Gray ton or UUKISTKIUA OKAYSON Walnut Flat Ky J P Chandler Auct FARM FOR SALE I I I dealt to ecll mv form of S4S acres on tbe D n vllle k lluntonvllle hike The term weillImproved venience I want to soil In next 30 days I also want to sell my stock consisting of 18 JenDw aged I and I years old 2 lacks I- lack costa seven mare and mules 1 rlico- mart and colt 1 standard bred mare by CUmhelta Wllkos 2 borne mules well broke that have a little defect but are good work are will sell them for 1100 If MOld at once Will sell farm and stock together or separately Any one wanting a farm and outfit win do well to call at one and secure one of the nicest and best located farms In the conntv I alto have 60 bushel of rood seed rye for sale B B IUN- OMoItIRndIh PUBLIC SALE Having decided to change my location I will On TUESDAY NOV M 1004 Sell to the highest and best bidder It not sold privately before the following proper iv and lot In Crab Orchard rooting on Main trect containing two tent of laud more or lets a good dwelling with six rooms and good cellar a never frflUig well on back porch all necessary outbuildings and nhftdo fruit trees of various kind lu a good neighborhood and propertIremaader on a ctedltot ono and two years bearlBt MX per cent Interest from day of lale Will alto sell a No 116borne power viler and engine with saw mill complete and In tnt clan running order The will bto sold for one balf oath In hand tbe remainder on a credit of six and twelve Months time bearing nix cent Interest from dAY of sate A lien retained on the property until paid I1 M OONDER Crab Orchard Ky 1 RAIN COATS We have received some Rain Coats and daily expect others Prices are right and styles correct MAKE YOUR RAIN COAT We aro showing a splendid range of prices and colors in rainproof material JOe 75c SI and 8150 per yard McCdlis paper patterds I SKIRTSIoNew Skirts corning every week We aro showing tbe new nod desirable styles THIS WEEKS SPECIAL SALE d Will be given on Velvets Plushes Corduroys Yelvotoens Velvotta Wnistings and Plush Tapestry Come and look 1 over this line You will find many things you can use 4 Most of these goods arc entirely new and havent been in the house a month Vclvetta Waistings are among the now things shown for Fall wear as is Corduroys for Boys Suits We have beautiful things in Plush Tapestry for Couch and Chair covering Pillow Tops c Our prices on those goods for this week will be fully 25 per cent low er than you can purchase them at any other place Why not save this John P Jones ftlOO AN OUNCE But they dont weigh much Our Three Ounce Aerial Weight Stiff Hats are the best I 300 I They Fit Like Soft Ijiats- ar a a st e CUMflINS MCLARY FOOT WEARa1 s2eert1l Wo have the exclusive sole of the following liue of Botn ami Shoes The best the market affords t MENS GOODS tThe Walk Over S850 to 600 Toe Maune SSoO to 300 Hoikef Bootees S5UO Level blest S250 Hoii cst Mike Sluice 200 Honest Mike Boots SSiO Walter King Shoo 300 Bail Road Hunts 400 1 LADIES GOODS j The Utrn 350 The Urockport S300 t BOYS SCHOOL SHOES tLevel Bcst10 to 13 17 i Level Beet II to 251jo Level Best 2J to i 200 These are tilt crania of tho market In II jotte we are well stocked Terms dash HJMRoberts I TilE NTER10R JOURNAL I I 1 fSnkrtd n the porto fce at Stanford at I utand oiauwaU- er11bllahaTuo4e pammtt3i td4ajT Ji PERYEAR CASH i KI Wain not lopaldsjaoo will beabartsd- KMOXYILLEWYISIUN i I I I h ol Train going NortU MM ItMpm et0am- Ns23 Kas M It 8aath12ISamtfoM to p m The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHtfOABS Proptlitw E ecutc Utfc In every room RtlttmMMd and unJer entire dew Managetat- Sob 11M tavorW potter meets all tralna Lae WelllIpte4 Sao Rss J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Seasonable Biter Otll on us OQ Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal JIIitlWau SalDon i COOD RICE Prors Finest wlBSi whisky and beers Special rnolftsale dealers LexliiRtons famous Blue Grass Ber ease keg and bottled O Brent BouUwood mixer Phone Be Stan KyfQattl Traylor ctAtta is WHisk Brandy WInGs Beer Clears Etc II Carpenter House Clot to Depot STANFORD KY Promptan 1polltlttentlon Nothing but the bet 1 drink Mall phone cr orJerj receive crompt attention Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furni turn Hara a special line of for the hoi days Winter Robes Building Paper Sash and Door Glass cut naltze Mrs O B rrnittkM a alee line and Winter Millinery PRUITT BROS S Moreland Kv LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All person wishing to buy or sell farms rill do well to see us We have a number cf fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms fir sale end will be pleased to show anyone what wa have If you desire to sell place tan oar hand Office at Boonei Stable Stanford Ky UnrI I RB r4ahonyIn5UranGG Solicit B share of the patronage of the property owners In the counties of Uncoln and Casey who may be seeking In uranctt against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low eot pneeible rates are guaranteed 0 Phone ts- 2Stanford Kentucky FEMALE WEAKNESS 51212 Congress Bt 901Ito any iiuctora medicine I ever used wltlisaappreecedmeutreaton tried laln wonldaboot through havebtiodinghoadaehoe swell ui and I would feel so weak I feUdilOOQra ofOarduifelt a alutnga for the better within a tretmnttaxoalM J usually did and soon became regular and without pain WIDe of- snlultesimply wonderful and I wlsti suffering women knew of Us gaud gaullU- eeIhTraaauror Portland Oconomio I etjua Periodical bpadaches tell of It male weakness Wine of Cardui cured permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular meiiww Ixwinff down pains or any weakness If you are discouraged and doctors have that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Carilui now Remember that lifniiiadinfl mean female wcnkneis cur it a1oo bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINEO CIRDUI i 1 R C WARRENl- aacanJUattforJudetofthtUneelfl bounty dun subject to the action ol the dtoooaUc party JA3 P BAILEY It a candidate fir rlelecllon Ijudgeof the Uneel County Oourt subject te the action of the DewKtit partyTHOMAS D NEWALND SR If a caedllatt for Sheriff of Lincoln county tutjec le tile action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD liacanaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county lutjec w toe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec t1 maroon of toe democratic party JESSE C LYNN U candidate fer sheriff of Lincoln county subject h- Its actl a of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Iee candidate IIIr Sheriff of Llnceln county subjec U Ue aetton of the democratic party DINK FARMER faa candidate forJaHer of Lincoln county sahfect tc lae attton of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS ti a candidate for Jailer subject to the acton of the luecratlc partyW I HERRIN In candidate for Jailer subject to the action of Ule leaocratlc patty MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNk School of Lincoln County subject to the action of tbe demo uatlc party iMISS KATE BOGLE I a candidate for Superintendent of Public School at Lincoln County subject to the action of tbe demo cratlc party GARLAND SINGLETON- Is candidate for reelection for Superintendent of PuMM Schools of Lincoln county Mkject to Ike ac tiers of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ect to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln aunty sub- Ject to the acUen of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a urinate for Assessor f Lincoln cwraty sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandliite for Assessor of Lincoln cotHtjr sub- Ject b the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y sutjeeltoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln peaty subject to tie actte of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of LhKote coaty Is a candidate for the MtthtaL for State Senator tfi Ms district Isebeq to the atMra of the democratic party A W CARPENTER is a candidate for tbegreu stfefKt to UK acISM tI Ike PnblWtlM patty W S BURCH Is a candMate for Omly Attorney of Lfacrin CWM ty subject to tic action of the DtaxctaHc party w L MICARTY tecttoJAMES T ROBERTS- Of the East End Is a caodldite for bagistrate sib Jectte tile KtiGn of the democratic primary Dec J- IIgG4 CHARLES REDD- Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the Gab Orchard AtaeHterlal district subject to the actor of the Democratic Primary Dec p 904 JoL Beazley 47 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 11SOOIAIB1SI FnrnllureMBtUnJlSRuJ8They a call Price right ftTAHFORD KEMTOOKY J+ C+ McGLMY UNDEEtrAXEIt EMBALMER And DealoarIn HASNSSS SADDLED 850 Stanford may- a LAND STOCK CROPS ETC 0 J Hendren of Madison sold bl crop of wheat at 81 20 Dr Hugh Reid sold to M J FarrI 18 1200 pound cattle at 380 Mason county farmers are compelled to haul thelrdrlnlf Ing wajerlrom Mays vllle Mal Delmar defeated Lou Dillon 10 the match race at Memphis The marl was out of condition- Repreeootatlvee of Mississippi planters aro scouring Toxae for Mexican la borers to pick cotton J M Gooch sold to Drown Lawsoi a bunch of hoes at 4io Samuel Dud derar sold a lot at same price The Ky Supply Co has purchase In the loot few days 2000 barrels of corn at 6100 In the heap Advocate J O Doiklna told to Tom Jaokso 60 barrels of corn at 52 25 per barrel tc be delivered this week Danvllli Now Lutes Co and J O Kubanki bought 250 to 300 feedlot cattle of va rious parties at 31 to 3fb They bought them for an Illinois party C T Worthington told to James M Terry of Cynthlana hit yearling pre mlum show jennet Lady Dorothy Price 8360 Harrodsburg Herald Attbe sale of the effects of C H Yeager near Bed evllle yesterday a pair of Clydesdale mares brought ttOO pure of mules 8300 to 8310 milk cows 110 to 835 hogavHe Having dissolved partnership will tell all our stock crops and farming Implements on tho J F Cook farm five miles cast of Stanford conilsting of id bead of horses and mules 15 saddle horses three yearling etude and three yearling fillies by Highland Denmark 730 herd of registered Shorthorn cattle herd of registered Poland Chins hogs herd of registered Berkshire hogs elx fresh Jersey cow Terms very liberal Dinner for all Col Geo BalD auctioneer Data In next tssuo J F Cook J C Kerr SPEAKING Tho following list of appointments are announced by Cam palgo Chairman W S Burch to take place between now and Nov 8 Goshen Monday Oct 217 1 M G B Suulle and W S Burcb Sugar Grove Tuesday 25th 7 P M G B Saufley and W S Burcb Soapers Wednesday 20tb P H T J Hill Jr and W S Burch Bee Lick Thursday 27th 7 P M T J Bill Jr and W S Burcb Wayne burg Saturday 20tb 130 P M G B Saufley and W S Burob Crab Orcb ard Saturday 29th 130 P M William J Price and Richard W Mil ler Richards Schoolhouse Friday 28th 7 P M G B Sauiley T J Hill Jr and WS Burch Klngsvllle Sat urday 29ih 7 P M G B Saufley and W S Burcb Mllledgevllle Friday Nov 4 7 P M G B Saufley and W S Burcb Ottenbelm Saturday Nov 6 7 p M R C Warren G B Saufley J M Alvcrson and W S Burcb Jumbo Tuesday Nov 1 71 M J M Alver eon Christ Jacobs bouse Wedpeeday Nov 2 71 M J M Alverson Thurs day Nov 371 M Herman DUiles bouse J M Alverson Friday Nov 4 7 P M Emil Heozsns house Jes e M Alvcrson John Jufor anti John By ere The above speeches will be made for Parker and Davie Cantrlll Gilbert LAN AND SEA Capt Wlllners Remarkable Es cape shows what to do in time of Trouble For many rears Capt Wlllocf says the Tines ot Gloucester Mass was one of the best known seamen In the Gloucester Fleet The catarrhal troubles which be suffered for 15 years made him dread the nights at sea being unable to He down and sleep on account of the constant catarrhal dropping Captain Willn t went to different hos pitals for treatment but could get no lasting benefit Ho constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble bee IDe so unbearable and nauseating that ho was ashamed to go out In oompa ny When despairing of ever getting re lief Ills wife purchased a ilyomel outfit ror him and trying It before going to bed be enjoyed the Drat whole nights sleep for 10 years Capt WIHoof aye I have used lets than two boWel of Ilyomei and have been cured by the rem edy Uynmel kills the germs of catarrh and makos lading end peimsneot cure Penny sells Ilyomel under his personal guarantee lo refund the money IHt does not give quick relief To the Worlds Pair via Queen rescont Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and outheast her Information addre e W O Rtnearwo G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Many Mothers of a Like Opinion Mrs 1ilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was sublect to croup of 1 severe type and the giving of Cham orlams Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Many mothers in his neighborhood Ihink the same as 1 do about this remedy and want no oilier rind for their children For solo by all Irugglets We have killed more Filipinos trying othIerVllllam Jennings Bryan II am opposed to dealing wltb the U mitt through the war depart moot I want to deal with him thro the department of justice William Jennings Bryan I If ironbled with a weak dlgsallon try Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tub lets They will do you good For salt by all druggists OFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary Election for the 18th Senatorial Dis trict Saturday Dec 3 At a mooting of tho Democratic Ex ecutive ComralUeo of the ISth Senato rlnl district of Kentucky held at Dan yule Ky on Monday September 16 1004 present J P Holdam of Lin GnrrarlltG H outery of Casey On motion C F Montgomery elected secretary of own ing The following resolutions were Uwn adopted by said ctxmnltl Be It resolved by the Democratic Executive Committee of this ISth Senatorial District of Kentucky 1 That a primary election be held on Saturday Dec 3rd 1904 in all the voting precincts in the 18w Sera tonal District of Kentucky at Uw regular voting places between the hours of 0 oclock A M sod 4 oclock IV M for the puri oso of selecting a democratic oandi late for State Sena tor from said district In the General Assembly of Kentucky 2 All democrats who are residents 01 said district and who are legal voters or who will bo legal voters at November eketion 1806 are permitted to vote in their respective precincts and are Invited and requested to do so 3 Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to be used In staid prImal mutt do posit with the Chairman this COM milieu on or beforu 12 oolookmtd- nljht16 days boforo the date for holding said primary the awn of Qt100 to be used In defraying tho ojqxniMW of holding said election and at the same time of making 111111 Itc posit each candidate must give written notice to said Chairman that ho desires to be a candidate at Raid else lion and notice to the Chairman shall be notice to the Committee 4 In all counties having cities In which the law enacted by the last General Assembly of Kentucky requires the registration of voters the chairman of the county committee thereof Is authorized nod directed to cause the names of democrats regis tered at the last general registration to IN copied Into separate books as well as such democrats who become of legal age and qualified voter nt tho required6 Said election shall be held In all respect as is required by law for holding mar elections Bud a uniform ballot shall be used in every precinct and the elialrmnjt of this committee Is hereby au printedboundchairmen of the county eommtUeti tbe ballots for each county lIe U further- directed to purchase and distribute to the chairmen of the county canmittees all the necessary paraphernalia for holding said primary election eo The democratic county commit tee of each county shall appoint the olltcerg in each precinct to hold the election and they an to be selected from lists furnished by the candidates and to be as nearly equally divided as possible The officer of mild primary election will when the polls art Plus ed proceed at once to count the votes cast for person for said olHef and after counting the votes they will return the ballot to the boxes sealing up tho boxes and the sheriffs of the election precinct will within the next two days carry anti deposit this boxes with the chairman tI county committee at the courthouse In tho res ectlre counties The olll cors of election at snob prwimt will make a written statement of the num bar of votes cast for each person voted for for the said olHco and will place said statement In an envelope in th reewctlve ballot boxes e 7 Tho precinct ballot boxes nod all returns are to be made to tin chairman of the county commlttee and if he Is not in the county to the Irrta ry of the county cummittet nt the courthouse in till time required l v Within two days offer eaidlelection 8 And on the next day after said returns have been triads the eountt- committee shall meet andennvwss the returns and certify the Haiiw to tin chairman of the distrka cnminitbe which district committee shall on Saturday Dec 10th 1D04 ai lo Oclock A M in the city of Stnnfinl Lincoln county Kentucky meet niil canvass the returns declare the result and issue a certificate of nllm ill lit ion to UH successful candidate 0 The chairman of thlll roiuiuitur Is directed to give public noti or this election as is required It law and without deity 10 In the event there is a Mirplun remaining alter defraying tbe cxlwn- oee of said primary it shall be turned over to the various county committees composing the district to be used for natt purposes in promoting de mocracys cause If there should he a dedelL then the candidates shall be assessed to supply SKid deficit Pro vided however if no more than one uandldnlo shall have compiled with tho conditions herein Imposed by Nov 18th 1KM then the chairman of tho district committee Is directed to reconvene the committee ns soon thereafter UK practicable at Stanford Kentucky and snob onndl late the regular nominee of tho demo cratic party for sold office and to is sue to him a certificate of nomination andthe primary election herein orilor ixl will not be held 11 Th order on the ballot In which ih11 names of the eantiidates who nay enter this primary shall ho bo printed Khali be determined by lot Js F UCILDAM Chainnan P MoNTQOMHHY SlHjV jLIIMi First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOj This Institution was originally Mtabllahed as tbe Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1MB then reorganteed at the National Dante of Stanford in 1385 and again reoreanlted at the First national Ha tit of Stanford in 1883 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 year It Ii better supplied now with facilities for transact lag huskies promptly and west than ever before In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited w1- I J D Piston J n Owtley B U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J II Poster L 0 Ocxxsli Wit Oummtai w U Shanks The Farmers Rank R Trust Oorapnuy and under care hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial I J 8 nOOKKB Pretl BT llAimia V Ire iaJ J Uhr W n 4 l T Reid lUnTtfle B T llarrls Stanford J B looker Stanford E U Tanner M D Elmoro Stanford B H btanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble I U ilaugbman Stanford J M Iettus Stanford Ed Carter CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO Olrectorss liraghtS users eontmuamtlyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT B n IriUnt a J D OWSLEY Oaibler W U nttlQHT Awt Cashiers i I a Dr W N Phono No 13 Stanford Kentucky 41 1 Ir Prices on n few small Hcnling Stoves that I have loft I Also two Cook Stoves at actual oost If any of those suit you I can save you some money If you nre interested inn warm air furnace call at myshop ford see tho Patrio Fur l Depot Street Stanford Ky 1 127 eo We have at present a boinplet flue of DulU ami Dull lientls Ilwotoforo wolmvo toM Dolls daring tho Holidays on ly but our intontioiu now uro to keep n fall Brie in stock nil the time You ShOUld ECO wlmt wo have in Doll from to 25 coots Also Chiim and Bisque Ilauli from fi to 25 cent aalawt PENNYS DRUG STORE The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and srtlstlcdeslgn the best material and of per feet workmanship Wo carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper SiWwflPIiaS IUd IVflf SON Lexington Ky II E D DEALKJl IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford OffIcersII WRAip1NAetChra Directors McKInney Stanfurda LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKj OfficersJ Window Glass Putty EtcAt Price CraigPharmacist HOT CAKE 1hBBDOLLS verf Peyton Stanford ADAMS EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR l- t haying been In tho Tailoring buslnoea all my life I feel confident In saying I rcprment one of the best tailoring firms In the country With my taking measures snd direetune I givet your clothes are bound to be satisfactory ss my many patrons in this line will bear mo out My pricns are the same as Inex perienced men who are In tbe business I also have a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will out and make if- you desire at a moderate prico Thank- Ing you for put favors I am yours H CRUPLEY the Tailor