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JOURNALII VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 25 1904 3 P M NO 72 1 ++tt+t++++++++++ +++ F+ +++++++++++ + ++++ +++++ + + MBRYANS INJUNCTION + 1car4 4 I 4 t I tHIwant every democrat who voted for me to vote t t or Parker Our platform does not contain one thing tthat I would strike out of it I want to tell every tsilver democrat that while Parker will not give you t iall you want Roosevelt will give nothing you wanttI for my part shall not take the + four more years of Theodore Roosevelt From fJ Bryans Louisville Speech t+ +++ t+ + t+ + +tt++ +t+tt++tt+t tiAbout Indians In The Far 1Vo KEAMS CANYON OCT 14I brte lieu afcay from home nearly dtr yours and have beeD ID many tiiaiet and ter rllorlet but to all my travel the I JIhas followed mo Whether on toe on fore4i of tbe North ur tho des art plain of the West It has been my wol DOOM Ultor- Por the last year I here bleD eogae sd ht a leather among the MtQQt In dlaa of Arlaona The Moquli are a I quiet iMBceabla tribe of ladlaai who Iota their cornfields nod CrvildM bit ter than warfare coaiaqueoUy tbty here bean cowed and driven book by their lance neighbor the Kavahoei and Apicht lo faut to bard were 1tbe prMtitd by their boullo neighbor that tbey bavo built their houses on the hUbeit peak of the Mesas with only sImple troll leading up to the i3rlitegeID Ume of war the attacking party wai milt by a volley of arrowiaodihow ori of IOM tram the Moqul far shore them The Moqul bear a strong re temhlaace to the Japaocie both ID pearance cad la language There I r a tradition aHwng the Moqul ohlefi that 1yas age they lived aeron the tea but 1I ihlpwreokod ther were driven by fierce winds to the Goad of Mexico and gradually fought their way to their present location It ibis be tree It mlgbt throw tome light upon tbe much pooled question of the origin of tbe American Indian TIN Indian children are quiet aDdI I eailly haedled many of them bowl ng remarkable progrcu In their etudlea We Lave calliren here not more than nine yore old who nail well la HOod t reader compote end write nlee little letter to their friend and ID many way are M far advanced as their little white oorelaa Oar of or ontet In I din It TUy a fat little girl with OJM brimming over with rolwhtef aid eo blaetc that they resemble the Inteaiely Maple blade Oat atrht at I tat upon the door itep tblnkln of home tbe towering meaa I frowned down upon me from above t Beyond the meta tbe aedaraemoo3 like Heat leotiaeli In the night Par up I the valley the sand bill reflected a ell y r vcr ibeeo la the moonlight At I there listening dreaming I wa fns rupted by a baod upon my arm cad t- f t opfluxebbing black ore looking up iota own It was Tiny Long we tat to e gethar In tllenee I was dreaming of boOld Kentueky Uome tar away and Tiny was thinking of berown bumble home away up on tbo mountain t 4 United I mutt brl ththisthe future Iaball give you a detorlp- tlen of tbe homnllfe of thee lodln- Truly nelayour Ltctta M Lewis wrdoheyMr on Ute stage for upward of W year and w i has decided to retire at the end of thu preteut seasonwhen the will be tJ years of age begun a farewell New York eftraremeut at the Lyoeum Thta ter yesterday evealag whlob will 000 tlaue for three weeks She will appear la a ploy eatltled Granny wtjloh Clyde FIIOQ has wrltun Mpeelally for J 1her New York Disiwtofa Bettor Than Pills k tke MMion has been suited In w vay are Chamberlains Stomach a- I ndof Liver Tablet BU erlor to the ordinary of cathartic and liver plllt Our answer la They are easier and more pleaaaat to take and their effect It so gentlo andafjrtenble that one hardly roallrea that It is roducedbr a medicine Then tbojr not only move the bowels but Improve ti ilppctltc and aid the digestion For tale yet at 26 dente per bottle by all druggists I thOneBut of oour e tho one mutt be won Then add a dlyoroewi laAndapSeLouis Bssary of Morrlttown Tang whllo attempting to board a Southern tbo train fell and his logs wero cut oil ordlstaneoe John Liter was killed by a talllngbJ tree at Hlgnlio TODD neStMr and Mr Jt looker aeleb rat ed thou Oath wedding anolvertary at Lexington vetterday Luther Olbioa and Mil Llule Lay of Csey county eloped to Ountaville Teno and were mottled J Loch Llnney and Mitt Callle War- reD of Oinvllle eloped from that oILyI and went mtrrlwd la Huattvllle Teno lUlfib MoCraeicen awl Mice Soot he Maney were married at Burotldc and left at pace for St Lout on tbelr brid al tour Mr Wm Noel of this oily end Mile Part Dyer of Kcoxvllle were united a lo marriage at the home of Mr and Ain C M Dyer In Knoxvllle Advo sate Norman I Taylor a young bualnett men anti Mitt Mabel French dadgb tor of A O French president of tbe urnstdo Manufacturing Company will be married at Burntlde Nov 1 Rev A n Burroughs the pinba of Brlitol Tenn the noted mecca forb eloping Virginia couplet who bat alp ready married nearly 1000 couplet Is- tenpreparing to enter tbo badness e more extontlvbly end to this end It of bavlojf a now meoea erected near the union Halloo A11ee Margie Mlddleton of Loul ed vllle daughter of Aln Katherine Mid dletoo of Lexington eloped to JeQerWmloevllte lad and was married to Mr a Uermtn C Arcs of the John C Lewi Dry Good Co Louisville Mist Mid dleton b very pretty and accompllihed She It a oleos of Senator George T Farrii of Lanoaator Lexington Demw oerat A Harrodtburg dispatch capeTM G Buflkoer pastor of the Chrli tlan eburoh wat preaehlog to a larlote eoagregatloa when word wat broultbtfc tbat A J Stewart and MUt Nannletll Ulgori prominent young persona w hoAbad eloped from Jeuamloo county were nraltlig at the Commercial Hotel to be married Dr Buekner Imm gym tier atelv dlewlwed hie congregation ridad repaired to the parlor of the botol where be performed tbe ceremonyYo IIDDLEBURGer Tnettlll linger with and h not yet out of danger Mr la improving The look for the Mlddleburg ha was readily tubterlbed aDd work a IDASunnpankful A good rain It badly ednTbe Brt real killing frost of the e vUlted thla section Sunday nig war formed to the thloknet oftornqa OlDta OOK Bradley Mr Eirlywloe boarepublican at Ltoerty yesterday Jason Wseley wat up from Liberty Monday Neb mute bee moved Mt Salem Alra Rose Purdom ofBrl Burtonvillelt the gueit offrleade here ObarUM Sweeney nod ton Welby Wloblin Kat were tbe nueate of ejCopiesLouisville Evening Post are being dlt phatnet es tbo above sheets containing column blttar invectives and billingsgate ert tbeNeedleuraid of such rot which should be a llclv tonob In the nostrils of all men of da of deoenoy Only two weeks until the olcetlonn Da the democrats aro toemlngly taking L little or no Interest In the campaign In bat is section Not a tingle democratic In 8- pellblndor has as yet set foot In the and unless something Is dona nealh thin the next tow days It will bo too by While there Is no disaffection In when rank of the democracy yet tbe routed athy U more pronounced than In years We are however hoping for bet caovlaconvicted Pala Frank Oustal murder who was to have been sentenced ath committed suicide Sunday night hanging himself In hll cell In the tombs In Now YorkIlal NEWS NOTES A J Isaac was kilted by an electric In Nashville Point defeated Yale 11 to 0 In tbelr annual loot ball struggle Tbo United State Historical Society was Incorporated at Washington The Oreatbltt county grand jury lot dieted six for tbe murder of Tom Jone A severe earthquake hock was felt throughout Scandinavia and Denmark The combined loss In killed anti In jured near Mukden U estimated at 80 000 Pugilist Joe Choynskl announces that be U out of the flzhtlog game forever In a rear aad collision of trolley care ar Wettboro Mesa 18 persons wore ured Policemen at Columbus 0 have bten threatened with death by mom bert of the Mails Three men were killed and two at rlnoDUlly Injured la a bead on oollUlon of train near Notches Mitt William Sobwurtlng president of the Farmer flank at Woleott Iowa committed ulolde by bunging S even person were arrested and IIOOOOU worth of lottery ticket were oooflicated In a raid In Ntfw York Tbe slz yoar old daughter of Volney Stewart of Wllllamstowo stepped on tasty nail and died from lookjtw In a general fight over crap atI Cetlna Teen Ben and Josh Hlckraan bfotbcr and Negroes were klhednoJohn Wbltledge a Henderson coun ty farmer feU Into an open cellar anti tuitalned Injuries from whlcn be died During a windstorm Wm Lewis a farmer living near Madison Ind wee killed by a beta being blown down on At Harlan Cross Road Monroe county a tbreeearola ton of James Wood Wli literally cooked In a kettle molasses Tbe Pacific Coast Steamship Company s tieamtblp Cottage City has reach Seattle tram Skagway with gold amounting to 1120000 a N Clark and William Hook Nero era under arrest at Paris charged with killing and robbing John Burton near Mllleriburg Tbe strike of union Iron molder Cincinnati Covlngton and Newport broken the strike leaden author lalng a number of shops to resumeyea he Natloeal Fox Hunter Assoc tlon field trial will be beld at Dart n beginning Nov 14 Tbe derby dog under 18 months will be run t four year old boy kidnaped gypsies at Pboenlxvllie Pa wee sou murdered near Valley Forge Six g eonyp who wore arrested narrowly escap being lynched Two Amalgamated Asaoolatlpn m e shot to death In tbe streets ungstown 0 by two atrlka bra sk who were threatened with after their Mrhefret tour months exceeded dls bursomenu by 1183855 Thl will receiptfor1 a 0 opIIIoa blecrusade appears to be at an end of the barbers hold out for day clotlig of tbelr shops spe electric car slid down a steep intohtan bot of hissing1l ofegro roustabouts tit New Orleans demanding elO per month for labor and In onoecqnenoe upIjlOaodetectivesCoL oed grip od In a light InSt Louts while tbe do wore attempting to plane tbe suspected felons under arrelLtBy the verdict of the court martial whlob Investigated tbe lynching of two may Negroes at Statesboro Ga Capt Uob to M Hitch who was In command troops le to be dismissed from eerCOI Two lieutenants are to be pub reprimanded and In addition one home theta Is to be suspended for a year and er Cause or LoekJawby byllusIly a I dirt Ills Inactive so long as of humoothe sale as in the wounds caulNvor percussion caps or by rusty nails and Into the air is excluded ihe germ 18tbo to activity and produces tbe most shops virulent poison known These germs cullIlIwnalm freely se loon IS the Injury received 1aln Balm evitomaturation and In ono third the time re ter by the usual treatment It is for by nil druggists if1 N1lYe 10 acdd ttft1+ tofitl td19O HUSTONVILLE C T Bonoo sold Joe Jordan two nice harne horse at good prices deliverIcdgood harness gelding for 1135 Be sure to attend tbe Halloween F tlval Oct 28th at Alcorn opera hoe Come bring your friends sod h your fortune told Admission 10 cts This Is au Important reminder to all Interested parties of the many splendid blue grass farms In the West End of Lincoln county for tale by W n WIN Hams Much complaint Is being made about tbe coal oil that Is being delivered tbe Standard Oil CoV wagons hero tome of our merchants srI ordering their oil from another company Straub S King who have tbe coo tract for putting metal cornice on mho nausea building have thus far shown disposition to do tbe work and the building on this account Is bologgre ly damaged Tbo courts may have decide by whoso fault tbo damage caused and tbo amount thereof The nw Impetus given business our oiLy In every line with our but log boom continuing we arc deatln to reallzt In a few years salty lo keep ing with our Increased business Our splendid farming and stockraiting country our extraordinary healthy community and our high niece graded school and a close of citizens second to ne make ut ture of success In every respect Tbo now gat plait Installed at the Charles Wheeler Emporium was tested Saturday night by the expert and with 32 lights burning proved to be as It was guaranteed Tbo plant for the Newtonian Hotel will be put in shape tbl s week when a test will be made The 100 light pleat or the Weather ford Bouse will then be put In and tasted Architect Boyle expects to have tbo roof on tbe building by tbe last of the week C Rud McCormack corn show was grand success and the competition wat strong there being 22 entries of 12 care each The weight of some of the entries was 181 pounds After close In BaughIn ond and Mack Peavybouse third prlzo The show will be given again next r and tbe premiums greatly Increas AlcCormackthaaketheludgees Crab Orchard Dr Andarnd UapISaturday night next Am4 tomofen promptly at 7 oclock HoweosaSunday for a visit Its Kate Potter at Manchester Miss made many warm friends who nextJMr Joseph Plea ntl has completed handsome cottage opposite Crab Or cbard Spring for Sam Reynolds and work has been highly compliment Orcbardila flDeIappearance at Will Pettus James Joseph and Will Is feeling about as proud a can bo over eon Sam Holtzclaw was baptized nday by Rev Jordan of the M E church Remedyboatone s acquainted with Its good qualities can be surprised at the groat ularity of Chamberlains Cough =medy It not only cures colds and effectually and permanontlybut pro vonuthesedifeofcifrom reaultiaginpaou moots It is alsoa certain cure tor croup Whooping cough is not dangerous when remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and be given as confidently to a baby as an adult It is also pleasant to take Inofto It is not surprising that people in foreign laude as woll as at esteem this remedy very highly very tow ate willing to take any oth slier having once need it For sale all druggists Alexander Parker defaulting cashier the First National Bank at Tulle- s Tenn gave himself up He li y penitent and says other led him his trouble Parker says be lost banks moony In Chicago bucket While the Spanish minister of agri and commerce was belay wol aisdent Intention of killing mho minis No ono wai Injured however Fire In the courthouse at Cyotblana caused considerable damage J i H J HEINZ COSN- ew goods just received at t W H HIGGINS If you want something good to cat leave jour order for Cherry Peach BlaekberryStmvberry Pino 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 DressingWorchester W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY I surroundI ing country that our FALL anti WINTER stoat of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladled and Gents i onedto visit our Store and examine our stookand prices which we hopo will bo of interest as wolf as important to yourself as to us Dont fbrget The New Store It is tho place to get the Best Goods fbr the Least Money 1 Sam Robinson f jlStanfordSChOOl SUpplieS j- Jt lid School Books Ii JI C7 si EeessYa J firB McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD k r1 SHOES a Wo are now showing u greet lute of FALL unIt WINTERdSHOES for nIl sizos of feet Call in anti let ua show you our i lino before tucking your FALL PURCHASES lj+ I W E Perkins Crab Orchard Il Ky i r V i7T IIL1 i J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTO- NDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Pre idnrt ALTON BROOKS PARKER of Aw York Per Viet President t HENRY G DAVIS of Wett VinMa For Judge Fifth ApjxUate District JUDGE JAMBS E QANTRILL OJ QeorgttiHen F r Congress 1GEORGE G GILBERT q Shelby TUB mon amusing feature of the campaign la the emetic ot virtue which has turned the republican stomach elde of Its load of HuoterUm Inside out When It le understood that those most responsible for Godfreys overthrow are renegade democrats who have crowded to the front and driven the old line republicans from the patronage 1 trough It becomes a hllarloua farce Hunter organized this State for victory i for his party when hU present asallanta i were not heard of McKinley knew his real character when he sent Lira to I Guattmala The republicans of theI 11th district were acquainted with his record when they senthlm to Congress The pure and saintly Belknap knew i him from the crown of his rascally head t to the soles of his crooked feet and yet he entrusted him with the secret man i agement of his campaign But over eight a spasms virtue seizes the gang of Federal office holders and Hunter Is thrown to the wolves It will be hard to convince the decent people of Kentucky that he is any worse than his party ROOSEVELT wants to open the door of hope to every filthy Nlpger In the land but bo does not hesitate to close It in the frightened face of every good woman In the South who Is In constant peril from these lecherous brutes made more so by the social recognition given them by the president They feel that the hand that can lift Booker WaebI tngtoo to an equality with the cblefI executive can reach out and protect them from the fury of the mob MR CLEVELAND was the principal speaker at the democratic rally In New York City under the auspices of the Business Mens Parker and Davis As sociation When he entered the hall the former president was given an ova 1doelasting seven minutes Bli speech dealt with the fallacy of republican claims and was a criticism ot the pars tys policy In regard to the tariff the Philippines and the InterOceanlc water waylCHAIRMAN TAOQART of the Nation al democratic committee fa an Inter view In Indianapolis said the demo crat would carry New York Indiana Maryland New Jersey and West Vir gldla He expressed the utmost con fidence In the election of Parker and Davie WHAT better tloKei could a democrat want than that which will be found under the rooster Parker Davis Can trill and Gilbert truly a big four Stamp In the circle under the rooster Tuesday Nov 8 and your vote will beI recorded for them all THE secret of democratic political victory Is the thoroughness with which the precincts are organized Get the vote out In your Immediate neighbor hood and the balance of the State will take care of Itself y IOKHERO PAIRUANKS U going to k honor Louisville with a speech The weather begun to get cooler as soon as I the announcement was mad- ePOLfICAL I Gov Beckham has appointed JobnD Carroll to bold the Woodford circuit cartu Capt S H Jesse a veteran political leader dropped dead at his home near Oweosboro This years registration In Greater New York was 683776 far In excess ot that of last year Joy Beckbam and Qqn A G Carutb opened the democratic campaign at P Ellzanetbtown yesterday Five hundred guests and members the Harlem democratic club vlelted P Judge Parker at Bsopus Saturday Dr Silas O Swallow the prohibition candidate for President of the United k States will speak In Louisville Nov r let Chairman Thomas Taggart ot theT 4democratio national committee is ela ted over prospects of carrying the Hoosier State for Parker Money ankle deep la Indiana is the only thing that can carry that State for Roosevelt and the republican tick et says Senator Blackburn who been speaking In the Hoosier State The people ot Panama are not satis l fied with the United States treaty and aaa result of Secretary Taffavlelttotho Isthmus they hope to obtain a modifica tion of the treaty granting them Im portant concessions 1 B Maeoflln has withdrawn from IESenatorial race In the Mercer die The Taft Wrllrbt cablegrams con cerning Judge Parker Philippine speech cost the looromeotlliiOI An express package believed to have contained nearly 100000 sent from oaI tlooal headquarters to the Kentucky Republican State Campaign Committee for use In Kentucky Is said to have been delivered It Is known that an express charge of 1118 was paid RlcbI ard P Ernst chairman of the Repub neon committee was recently In the EastDr 1 H Lackey populist candidate rCongress In the First Kentuckydln trlct has died a petition with the Cal loway county clerk to Ret his name on the olllolal ballot The matter has been referred to Attorney General Bays A lew days ago the attorney general de aided that such petitions should be filed with the secretary of State 30 days be fore the election andThere A negro was lynched by a mob at Berkley Va The cruiser Colorado on her trial trip made an average of SI S3 knots Two men were killed by the explos ion of a powder house at Mar balitoD laIThe acting mayor of Orleans refused to permit a bull fight to be given that city A great battle is expected south of the Hun river between the Russians and Japanese Dr Von Tellburnl Hoffman ot Sum ter S C beat his wife and then comI mltted suicide The plant of the American Lead Pen cil Company at Lewisburg Teen was destroyed by flre- Arrangements are being made for a Boer colony of 400 families In the Lou isiana and Texas rice belt Three persons were killed and two badly hurt In a wreck on the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley railroad A Jury In Bracken county broke theI will of Mrs Permella A Orr An es tate worth 130000 was Involved James Yokum was shot and mortally wounded at Camp Crlsty In Breathitt county by George Blanton nephew of County Attorney William Blanton The men were drinking together and Yo kum accused Blanton of stealing a plot of whisky from him- CHURCH MATTERS The Tennessee Methodist Conference at Gallatin adjourned to meet next year in Nashville Revs P J Ross of this place and O F Ooev of Lancaster begun a protracted meeting at Bubble last night Rev S M Martin of Shepherds vllle will preach at Fork Church In Garrard at 11 A M and 7 P M Sunday nextThe Christian church prayer meet ing will be held at the home of Mr M C Williams at i oclock Wednesday evening Rev Allen Ballou closed a meeting of 11 days on Rock Creek and organiz ed a church of 34 members Somerset Journal A young man who committed suicide at Kokomo Ind waR Identified as a prominent Dowle follower who was accused of embezzlement Rev R R Noel bands us the follow ing Closed a meeting at Pleasant Point 12 days with 17 additions Bap sized In afternoon Not much water Three candidates were with us part of the time got two of them Singleton and Prultt on the mourners bench but couldnt move McCarty Ho held his position however Good people down there Not much politics I beard a man say he thought there was to be an election of sheriff and super intendent of schools this fall but that the Presidents were to be elected next year To The Democrats of The west End At the request of the democrats who petitioned me through the columns of the 1 J and the solicitation of others I have decided to make the race for magistrate In the Hustonvllle magiste rial district and will do all in my pow er to carry the banner of democracy to success If I am nominated Thanking the friends who showed tbelr confi dence and good feeling by calling on me to make the race I am very truly O J CROW 10Iare varieties of queen bees which are thelrIstrain la the Italian and many Italian bee farmers demand and receive without question prices ranging from ISO to 1200 for a single queen bee of a cer tale kind Such bees are soot all over the world The owner of a bee farm near Ottawa Canada goes to Europe annually and brings back with him tbouBaodsaagency of an Malian firm to effect an Insurance upon the most valuable of bis queens New York Herald S T Harris has sold his big cattle 70 In number to Simon Well at File They weighed 1550 pounds IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W L Walker a prominent mer chant of Columbia Is dead Mrs Polly Sawyer aged 70 la dead Mlntonvlllo Casey county John H Barker has been appointed postmaster at Kensce Whitley county Central University again met defeat In the foot ball game with Georgetown CollegeThe of W J Blouot a professor In the School for the Deaf at DaoI ville la dead John Burden a farm hand was as saulted oc the way home In Casey Bis skull was crushed and bo was robbed of all his money He will die Dr S E Woody has about complet ed his report on the analysis of Col D G Colsons vital organs HP declines to divulge the result Current rumors of poison are generally discredited D K Rawlingr of Londob was ap pointed special Judge ot tbo Clav circuit court to preside at the approach Ing term In tbeabaenceof Judge Faulk nor a member of whose family Is III Sheriff Cblnn levied on the Harrods burg electric light plant and the city ball property to collect a judgment for 111000 awarded the Uarrodtburg Wa ter Company recently at the trial of the case In the Anderson circuit court John Randolph of Rockfort Teen was found dead on the L S N tracks near the depot at Mlddlosboro Rtn dolph had a large sum of money and It Is supposed hb was murdered and rob bud and his body placed on the track R S Martin of Junction City pro prietor of the tobacco manufactory of AIdmedalCommission on his exhibit which has been In the Agricultural building since the opening of the fair The body of Col David G Colioo has been exhumed at Mlddlesboro and the brain stomach and liver brought to Louisville for chemical analysis following repeated rumors of poison hay lOll been administered A message JudgeRicelion BAKER WALLS U a cindijjl fur constable or the Stanford Dwrtct Mitiftct to the Helton of the Jtnociatic pflnary DK J ever PARKERS BALSAMClfD Jr growthITer CoiorTCurciCUtndlltUM I TBfr U BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about 00 acre on Danville Ave nue onehalf mile from Graded School known as Goodknlght farm Good house ot T rooms with best of cistern end all neo osaary outbuilding The farm lined drouth well Gall on MIIIo N U Goodkolght at JudgeBailey Farm For Sale I On account of UlbMlth I desire to toll privately rev farm of 170 acre located in edge of Hustonvllle Good ImproveaenU fruit never falling water uwhole or divide Small house on lower part O It ItAIlNETT- Huitonvllle Ky A S PRICE burgeon Dentist I Stanford Ky meov r McKobru Drog Slots la lb OwiUj Building For Sale Privately My house and 10 nerefl atland situated just outtlde ot town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 room kitchen and servants room good cellar table and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J 1 BAILEY Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kohtucky Residence Phone 133 FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell mv farm of S4S acre on the Danville do Huntonvlllo pike The turn U In n high state of cultivation fairly wall Improved watered with three never falling spring and eve ponds In fact you have to see the place to understand the many con veniences I want to toll In next 30 day I alw want to tell my tuck consisting or 22 jennet aged 1 and 2 years old 2 Junks 2 jack colt seven mare and mules 1 race hyhmbettathat have a little defect but are good work ore will sell them for 6100 If sold at once Will soil farm and stock together or separately Any one wanting a farm and outfit will do well to cell at once and secure one of the nicest and best located farm In the county I alto have M bushel of good seed rjq forimle II n ING- Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALE Having decided ta change my looatlon I will on TUE3DAV NOV SS1004 Sell to the highest and best bidder If not property fronting ou Main street continuing two aorta of land more or leu a good dwalling with alx rooms and good cellar a never falling well on back porch all necessary outbuilding nod sbaUe and fruit trees of various kinds in a good rulgbburhnod and propertywillyearsboarlnsale Will also sell a No 1 lObono power complutqandwill bo old for onehalf cash In hand the remainder on a credit of six and twelve Interesttromproperty until paid P M GONDKH Crab Orchard Ky WANTED I Turkeys Ducks Oeeso and Ghltkcn Highest cash market price 11 B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky HOME FOR SALE It not sold privately before I will sell at public auction on Mondiy Nov 14 county court day my house In Graded School des trice but out of city limits The houio li a tnree room cottage and there are seven acre of land Good water and outhouse and voung orchard JOHN OIllUSTUAN Stanford Ky K A JONES DUNTI8T Stanford t IkY Ufflco In M frs Mouse Parlor ritono II THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open aU the year for the trealtrent of inrelcal and chronic diseases and for Ota luitutlOD Board and nursing shall to lash In advance we kly and monthly Irotee- Ional bills due when services are rendered and must lw paId promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is tollcltcd Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Raving decided to quit the bury bul ness 11111 loll for the next M day at oat for ash a car load of Ruggles Surrey Phaetons and Hnekboards ale a lot ot harness They are all the Intwt style and best make Inrt of tbo vehicle are rub ber tired dome to see me and Ret a bargain at oneb before they are alt IooeIOUHTIS OOVBU Crab Notice to Taxpayers 1 I or Gee of my deputies wilt be at theI following places an the days shows below for the ol collecting taX Ml Salem Friday Oct 8- Hustooville Saturday Oct 39 Crab Orchard Saturday Oct It All having claims apit the emily will please have certificate of same ready for in It will eve you and myself ireble H you will write me 1 will brioI your claim along so that you may rttle your tax M S UAUCHLAM S L C Greatest Bargains ID Clothing KurnUfilnfr Goals lint Otpi Shoes Rte ever offered nt the Cincinnati Bargain Store ATORAIl OnOHAKD KY In George Holmes stareroom on OUebllm pike Gall and examine raT tack MAX UBI SBK Tror PUBLIC SALE I have decided to quit farming and will on Friday Oct 18 sell my farm contain ing m acres situated en the waters of Drakes Creek 1 11 mile from Preachers vllle on the Fall Lick R Lancaster piker known as the Jordan Mulllns place farm Is well watered At least 1M urea tal the land ta good hemp and tobacco land It Is all well fenced At eNtime I will sell 1M barrels of cure three milk cows 1 addle hone extra gnod one baler good us new farm legImplements of all kinds A lot ef house bold and kitchen urnlturo Sale wild begin at U oclock A M sharp Terms made known on day of sale W H Roared Proachenivtlle Ky J P Chandler Auet Valuable Property For Sale Ten acre of land a lwotory front 7 room cottage ThehouwUnew A plefl did garden and orchard There Ia a the mill on the a good em uer and dam to In good repair the natural pow er Is great economy In running th Doe a be 1111 necoesaryoutbulld good repaIr and has all log lhe owner roe is the rush of other business a he bee ex tennlva farming Intereeu to look after on the Hsnglrr Pork about J mites fobHt uiCUrd and can Ire bought at a bargain Fur further particulars ad dreu e O Thurmond Lytle Ky or L K Hughe Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE 1 1 will sell at public outcry at the bin Annie HarUn farm four mllo from Danville one mile from Hedgevllle on Danville and on WRUNH30AY NOV a8 IOU Tbo following property Seven good work mules 2 extra ware mules coming four old 7 horses one trotting bred mareyears with foal to Iturnadotte22112 3M or 100 barrel of corn In crib 100 bushel of hemp seed tree from one straw stack 50 W hoats one two milkpound weanlingcalf implements cows five one Peering binder one hemp cutter one season one disc breaking plow one OUerchllled plow one disc cut tlyator one tooth Itatrow one corn hllller one farm wagon three sets of plow gear ono extra nice sac of wagon borneai one wheat tan two bu household and kitchen furniture ealebegiospromptly atlgAax Terms made known on day of T D English Aurt L 0ItRO- WNPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting aching or any king of tree on our places and will prosecute passing to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonaraore T M Ilolraej J B Oamenlsoh- pVter Ualroor W II Johnson Ira Mary Olvens David Stephens tl White and wife E Y CanonJames II P Ir Mary R Welch u A LawreDcelrank Oordlcr lrs A D Root Sam Re Morgan Rumpbrey C T wnron Oharle Rosalie 1 II McAUlte- rlllr Ador RulcheflbclUnte Fred VoodruenlganAlbort VonOruenlgan pd VonAllman I Allred Simpson Ooorge Holme Mis MattIe H owed Uelchenbach Jo UullouChar ea Ournw01 TJiere Is A Difference In Merchandise I 4 1 The wrong kind at any old price The right kind at the right pricejWe havo the right kind at tho right prices Ivory department in our liouso is brimful of nice new Unll goods Wo nro showing dress goods in Mohalre Kop soy Clioviots Dromlcloth and Suitings from 9tc tQ 0 SlJ25 par yard11o have oxclueivo pattern in Finn nolottoe Outing Shirting Ginghams P ronteg ta The now models in Floxilwne Corsets ore open ftrjwir inspection 1ricea front AOe to 89 1 Remember the Sorosis When you think of the heat Underskirt made from OSo to 88 We have Hand liege Peggy from PufeBdU llttir 1iiM in proftifc at the right prle IK Boys Suite or OveroonU you will find our department M complete M the Inrgvtt city store We have vtfj tI thing tlwt is new for the boys lrirm f ffjia 9150 I THE tlllUrcbteaOW8IKY 11IOCK M Bt Lovy t Co WATCH OUIt 11ftfS B Levy t DR EH MURRA- YOPIITIIALMOEOGIST s TlAtbrancli of cienne which leb with the eye its anatomy and unctio- nin HBAUrn and licwKO OMfcuy DiedoHwy I see no MKDICIXR either in exAmiiwUoH or UcMUnwit of the eyes Mr perform any SUIIOICAL operation but simj lT correct all defect of Ie fraction with jwrlect ADJUSTED GLASRIV lIne full ttedlHveml hundred pairs of ala in Doyle cud Mirruuuding counties will at + St Asaph Motel Monday Nov 14 Dr E M Murray OjOtUMlnntofiat Howe Ollke With Murray McAdawa Danville Ky d BaruaintIs Now Open Witl a fun line of Ckiltlng Dry Gowk tees Good Notion Shot Elo ro 1Goo la sold chenpai tlwti you Stet hwnl of thorn In mtny lapse you etill naino tho prloo nail take the goods Gall ntH Poe whet wi hue sot OsW priows will HirprUc you f S Goldstein Prop JI STANFORD KENTUCKY I IMPORT SHIPMENT It I Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought TO town Buying direct I 1 T from the Pottery enables us to of v revert Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers jQEOROE He FARRIS COix J Stanford Kentucky e I C R McCormackDealer I Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries t HardwareTinware and Harness t Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonv Iiet x f l= N iw a r t FURS seeerres t A very largo Nile In till tlio doslmlilo aklns 7Bc to 816 Our goods uro nil brand newno carried over tock French Coney Scnrft 78o to 85 Bwvor Rcarfa 25c to 8050 Isabella Fox Smfg 7flO to Slf Childrens Fur Tots OOe to 8J d h L w fSEVERAIfCE srrANFORD I iTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Ot UWtaI t WN Iniltt that you look at our large new Ploor Show Caw auntalnlnj eta Uoaery only Have added come nets otyUi ot lot box paper title week ant from the aseortment wo now have dine I any one CUD flnd something they will like Penny Drug Store Stanford Ky o PERSONALSI MRS P c UOUINSON wotlnuei quite til- JOHN 1 JOSHB lia OlofllBBntl buy lag good YerIMiss MAGGIES ACRAY tptut w a day 10 Danville Mn JOHN N MHNHVBK SK is at tho World FairA- TTOHNBV JOHN W DROWN ot Mt Vernon wai hero yesterday MKB Bti WILKINSON ami eklWrei are wltb relatttM at DllrllaII Mn JC KUAAKK8 of the Qubbti J t te llDa II threatened with IerIRev W It AKNOU of Vertatlle fj U here the guest ot Utr P J ROM r Missus RLLRN HALLOO aM link Bureh spent several dayiloOlMlnonU Midi NAY STONK has nttarnw from a visit to her daughter to Ohlia goMR 0 V OKNTKV cad bbl ieroooa far tbsforldi11 4 kFatr MRS T M BUTT of the Hlfrblan lactloo U vleltlatj her brother at Pitt burg MlBB Squ WONHR who has NeD a i Deer Greek lod fur some ttme U ai nome KlHTOIl SAM W MHNBtHH Ot the r Adyooate was bare batwten raln Sunday RIO U O NORTON of MHUrburjf arrived to day to be with bl father li hi Hlaetf MR JOHN W DACTIV v f PitMburtr was on yesterday traits bed fun Louisville MlBB KATI II THOMAf Of HMMtOf Texa It wlib ber atee Mr W D MillooerU HON P V noHKiTT of Oak Orab ard was here yesterday and today us legal business MRS W M BOOIE of Mobile Ala was bere Saturday oo ber way to LaB- or to visit her parent MR AND MRS U 0 DKKK of Rich mono were bere today the guests of Judeoand Mrs W A Trlbble MR WILL SWNN le baok from Lax Inploo wbere bo has been building anti Immerse barn for Jesse F Cook I MR SAM SRVRKAKON of the Lex Ipifton Leader It spending a week with I rt his brother Mr Vvm Mist J08E1UINK 8ANOIIKJK has re lurued home after spending a very pleuant week at tbe World Fair 1Miss Loom Uotilssos of OhlSaeo nt the bedside of ber mother Mr P O Robinson who oootloHoa- m J f ii i Miss UHIBN THURMOND spent Saturday and Sunday with relative and friend at Somerset Duroilde Cum t roeralal Mil JA IM GRIBSOM wits and obll Iran of Bliss Adair oountv are with l the fatally of Mr J O Uorton In the wuttud I MRS M K PRUITT and baby who s have bun with the family of Mr D Chancellor loveral weeks rlSturned to jw Moreland to day Mil W O WAUCHU and brldo ro turned from Olnolnnatl Monday aud r have taken room at the homo of Mr and Mrs A M Pence ARLIR B DAILBY who hat a rood position with the L ft N In Louisville spent at Maywood with his fa thor Mr K F Bailey t i MK I N VAUQHAN of Richmond va the of his unole Mr W j P WaltonTen route borne from the WorldsolrLex Democrat TATS Robert Bruce J repreentlairIKnlRhta of Pytblai at Da L W CLARK of Princeton hero the guest of Sreltor yMomrMiss OAt TD noiiTON of this ooioo t Is at tbe bcsJslJe of her father Mr J f Q Huron Of the PreaohoMvlllo leo Mr Horton le threatened with ttIoo LOCALS j SEE my line of lap robe J O Mo to Clary IFinn proof root paint at W to N Craigs Pharmacist ASlsty J S RlOB sold 3ff tickets for thb Louis vlllo excursion Sunday- S Tit Stanford and Danville colored lfootbaUtoam will ploy bero Friday t fteraooDI broil LlMiiBit shingles and fence posits for sale H J MeRobert IH G JONU8 sold to M M Sweene cottage on Wbliley Avenue for 1126 LADIHK RAIN CoATI See tbe very sw 811 rain net wt are showing at 910 1200 and lift Seventies L Son O R UK A VNBK of Jumbo want three good tobacco men Be has goo housed and fresh land ready for them JOB MCALISTRR good old oolorc died Friday aged about 90 Hi a painter by trade and a good one MR JOHN 1 St OOUAHORr found tb black silk Jacket of Mrs A T Tray lor which was advertised In thbe paper pays to advertis- eSIEAIINUHOn N D Miles 01 Nlobola lle republican nominee fa Congress and Dr R I Davlton will tpeak at Highland tonight lAx s Your taxes are past due and If not paid by Nov Ul tbe 1 poi neat penalty will be added Pay lip and save penalty R 0 JOBM online torJ Q BOONR ball anetb r good liver horse to die Saturday Ooeeeitlon of the lunge was the cause It was the second horse be has lost by death In a week ClHOUlT COURT began at Somerset yeourdar Tare are nine murder cased on the denket six of the murders having been eoram Itied sloes the Juno term which closed July 16 last WE are showing tbl season an elo gent line of fur bought direct from manufacturers Come sod let us supply your wants and at the same time save you good money Jno P Jones DON D O ninvAHUS the gentleman who burled Gum Sboe Hunter so deep In H political grave that be willI never be beard of again was here ButI day en route to Liberty to fix up bleI fences TUB entertainment by Miss EtlenI Ballots muile puplto will be given 00I Friday evening next Oat S3 at tbeI Grades Sebool Auditorium instead of this evenldg as our type made as say last lss e A WIDHAWAKB Parker and Davis Otub wee orgtnlied at Danville Saturday night O S Usgby was elected president and John Vorl secretary Judge UrMklnrldge was the principal speaker at the meeting JUDOKM O dAOPLBY Is baok from Georgetown wbere he has been bold log ooert as special judge The dock et was crowded bm by boldlag court from 8 oaloek In tbe morning until 10 at night Judge Saufley cleared It up prutty wel- lGILNRRTOonreaemao 4 George G Gilbert will speak at Uustonvtlle Fri day afternoon next 2Sth at 190 and at Richards School house that night Bo will speak at Wavnesburg Saturday afternoon at 130 and at Klngsvllle that night Hear him Two weeks from today and tbe battle will be over Tbero Is no time to waste Find out what your neighbor Is going to do and If be It out of line try and show him the error of his way A little missionary work at thin time will save many a political soul from destruction AT the lghtbDletrictTeachers Association which met at Danville last week Prol R S Eubank of Buston vllle was elected provident Prof T A Hondrlolc of Junction City vice pres ident and Miss MarySlbloy of Antler son secretary Tho next meeting will bo held In Stanford FlUKNUS JohnFEngleman will be tlad to know that ho bas been promoted to the management of the telephone exobanco nt Hodgcnvlllo Mr Kngloman left Stanford about elx weeks ago to tako a position as line man and his promotion la a compll Dent to him and a source of gratlllca tlon to his friends POtvnLLMrsJ Powell died at Rowland lost night of paralysis and Brlghta disease aged 33 She Is survived by a husband and seven children I tho youngest but a month old Mrs Powell was a member of the Christian church and was a kInd wife and Indul lent mother Tho burial will take placo at Proaobersvlllo at 2 oclock to morrow afternoon p n p CloaK Display nee In order to give our patrons the opportunity to roe an oven largor lino than Iho city retailors show wo have engaged salesman with a largo manu facturers lino to come to our store on WEDNESDAY OCT 2G andshow thoeo goods nUll take orders for Winter wraps Come end see them whether you wish to purchase or not h h h h e SONWEDNESDAY Cloak Show Core Severance A Son STANFORD Green Bouiei bulbs of aU kinds for sale John CbrUtmaa St SIR Ute Woodsr II original Ho Ulast Stove at Jobn Bright Jr t 00toULAMR8 to flt the eye and frames to tit thfe fate at Dr W N Craig Phai maIL WANTtcl froth egg Will pay Ii cents cash delivered at Poultry bouse H U Nortbeott dOlIIMRS PATTIB HAZE distressed ovo the killing by a train of her dog Fldo whUh bad been In the family for abou 18 year WN are receiving I big of coal of nil grade Now le the time to buy while tbe road are good J H Baugb man tCo 3 TUB general election to two week I today It comes on Tuesday Nov 8 Remember tbe date and be sure to volt democratic WANTBO to rent a farm on shares Want about 40 aere for own and 10 for grass Mutt have hoist J F Cash Maywood Kv 4U PRICBB for adml tootorecital at Graded School Friday evening 10 and 16 cents Reserved seat on sale at Mc Roberts drugstore M all DR W S BEAXLKY baa sold his home on Lexington street In Lancaster to Mr Joel J Walker Tbe doctor will have a sale of his personalty Sat urday week DR W T brother of Mr Frank OwsUy of this ooumy died at Glasgow last week He was 73 years of ago A wife cad several children survive blm TUB ladle of Porlc church In Gar rard will have a splendid supper at the eburoh Friday evening next Admis sloe X one The proceeds will go to ward repatrlag the tcureh building CONORB6SMAN GlLHRRT spoke to a large crowd at Lancaster yesterday and hD effort was a splendid one Elector Reed Binbry followed with a brief but timely talk wbtob was well received YOUR attention is called to tbe sale advertisement of Cook Kerr The isle will be held at Mr Cooks farm on Dly river on Friday Nov 11 and biome splendid stock and cattle will be sold YOU should not miss the Pianoforte I Musicale at tbe Graded School Friday evening next Tbe young ladles who are to take part are splendid musicians tad an elaborate program will be ron dered TUB candidates for county olllaai should remember that tbe election to- be hold Tuesday Nov S Is far more I mportant than the primary of Dee 3 Some of them seem to have forgotten be general election entirely Go To VenN0NCaoaerurn urea cancer Take along your jiving eath Dr U H Lawrence will send you home canoerless happy within rom 10 to 30 days No money asked ntll cure is effected No knife vlr iially painless Reference Business rofcsslooal men Hank of Mt Vernon aDd dared patlentetoPOLIOB COURT In Judge Trlbbles ourt Saturday Millard Ohadwell and saao Simpson toe drukeonets and disorderly conduct were fined Sb each George Doss drunkenness 310 orday Will Merritt disturbing rcllll1 Iou worship was lined 820 and same ordrunkennes lb Dallas Thurman aod Tom Eyona each caught ton of 16 for disorderly conduct THOSE of us who can not fully appre late tbe Beethoven Chopin and Bach I lumber that Mr Hoffmann will ren williplavcaa most familiar and beloved airs lot forgetting the one we all love so- muabDlxle Mr Hoffmann brings wllh him the beat singer In Cincinnati Jr Carl M Gantvoort nod we may xpeot a musical treat John Church Co will place a concert grand piano on WednesdaI35 cents reserved seats deb On sale at IcRobertsJ drug store Two pairs of Inside window shutter brand new for sale cheap This ofllc ILOST In Stanford pocket bunk oon talntag S6 00 cartridges ate Reward Leave at this cities TUB rain of Fridayafternoon Mttle tbe duet but that was about tbe exten of the good It did It Is still vary dry and getting dryer as the days go by Wit bad a pleasant call this morolni from Hon N D Miles republics candidate for Congress who IB speak log to tbe county He Is an exceeding ly affable gentleman and splendid com parry A pity It is that to clever a mai should have such miserable pollilelI YOUNO Mr Henderson Young diet at his home In Highland at 830 yeiter day morning after a protracted Illness The burial will occur at the Metbodls church at Highland at 2 oclock tomorrow Service by the pastor Rev Cannon Mr Young was 7S years old In February last and roost of hll long end useful life bad been spent In tbt onooty Be was a devout member of the Methodist church a kindhearted pond man and a splendid citizen His wife died three years ago but seven children all grown survive him JAMES A DUDDERAR Ia gend1 fer MtMrat of HM Stuford OI 1Ikt1 ts the scHoa ot the itwtocrjtlc srtaury Ira t n A B JONES Broker and tommlsslon Merchant DANVILLE KY I Stocks bonds grain irovlitons and cot ton Irlvnto wire to OtoelnnatlNew York aDd Oblcsgo Free telephone service to- otwmln OftUre on 3rd Street In IarrH building All trades ItUaraDeedI PUBLIC SALE If noi eld privately will Mil publicly I MONDAY NOVKMIIKH leer MDtr court day In Stanford farm of 131 arse SK tallMrioMth of Walnut Klatknown 811 the O 0 and W V Abraham farm Toe welling bits six room and good barn four Brerfalling springs and the present crops are No 1 good pine lumber on II r ne half of the fencing made of good wire and M acre In clover and timothy ee to ibeolb0i and church Farm rtns pike on South side and free mall te Any person desiring to purchase bd farm on Oco or Jim Gray 80n or OHlllaXRUIA ORAY6ON Walnut Flat Ky I3 p Chandler Aa- etPUBLIC SALE ON FBIDAYNOVEMBER 111904 Havloe dpsolved partnership we will toll all our Stock Cropand Farming Implement on th- eJESSE K COOK FARM 5 Mllos E of Stanford M tone sheaf oats 15 tons mixed hay 500 l ocbs ot earn WO shocks of redder of tpootsr and blacksmith tool binder Iowan drills corn planter harrows ptoe wheat fan and other farming 1m pie SDUIHerd of Registered Herkshlre tlocv herd of registered Poland OblDD bog These are bws boar and gilts weighing fjs o 166 pounds hum sires and dams of the beet In Kentucky and Illinois and ine up In blood to Worlds Pair winners Herd of Registered Short Horn cattle entitling of COWl yearling and wean log calves 00 tat hogs weighing about ITS pounds t good Jersey milk cows some fresh- a pairs of good work mules 1 mule colt 1 talr of Iercberon geldings 3 and 5- yenr01l1 weight 1350 pounds each and 4 saddle mares well broke and bred to ratton on Some good mare mule A German Coach taUlonDT years old I saddle good walker- ireglsteredyearllogsiudoolte by Illgh laud Denmark 710 5 rtgUternd voarllng allies by Highland Denmark 10- 0twoyearold1 flllybyBlghlanil Denmark 1M Oarload of unbranded Syoarold Kno geldlngotI mare and Indian pontes well broken to sad pIharness jacks I lack oolt all black points Sale eoramencu promptly at 10 a m No Mnrrn No postponement All sums lto- aDd under cash over otO month Nol and payable at the Plrat NIUoamlllank of Stanford bearing o- er cent IntorHt from late with approved curlty Ilurgoo and lunch for tlM cocaine from a distance will stop at the it Asaph Hotel as our guests where they will Had conveyance to farm For eata oRue of registered stork or other further formation apply to J F Cook Lexlng toa Ky COOK KERR Stanford Ky Col rate A IJaln AUct + Dress Goods We are doing business in this department because we have that upon which fashion has put the stamp of approval Cheviots Mohairs Granites Broad Cloths Shower Proof Materials itc t DANISH CLOTH t Another shipment of all desirable colors in this splendid ma terial only 16c per yard a a L Slanordto OXFORD WAISTINGS II This is tho lino we propose giving in our SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK C They comprise some of the very latest and best things shown this season A lady can get no more serviceable or stylish WAIST than a handsome Oxford They will not fade when washed and retain that silky gloss Come thisfweek and we clan give you choice patterns at a very great SAVING John P Jones 1OO AN OUNCE But they dont weigh much Ours Three Ouncet Aerial Weight Still Hats are the best If 300 They Fit Like Soft Hats R CUMHINSMCLARY FOOT WEARI Wo have the exclusive sale of the following lime of Tote and Shoes Tho best tho market allbnlg I t MENS GOODS The WalkOver S3i0 to 500 Tho MamiB SSftO to 500 Ilocker Bootcos SoUO Level Best 82MiHOI est Mike Shoes 8200 Honest Mike Boote S3rtO Walter King Show 300 Kail Road Boots 5400 1t LADIES GOODS fThe tltra S 50 The Brockport 8300 t BOYS SCHOOL SHOES Level Best 10 to 13 17i Loved Best 1s to 2818 Level Best 21 to 5J 8200 Thco are the cream of tho market In cheap good we are well stocked Terms i Cash I HJMRobeits l LZ I 1 j c THE INTEH10RJOU1AL I Xnltred n the pottoffice at Stanford a tttondclau matter yeo1SeLdTarleyrrmdr i2de 11 1 PER YEAR CASH- er When not sopsldOSOO will beellartl4 v KNOXVILLEOI VISION i + fioMTniln going North 104 p m II SIJO a m J101Son The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY i Lancaster Ky Wn SHUOASS Proprietor l- t E tctrfc LleliU In every room r RefunttehcJ and onJer entire New JlUMgwent tr Sob the favorre porter meets all trains Urge WclllljhteJ Saae Rt4m e J H BOONE I COJ t Proprietors 1 LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery SerTlce at Reasonable Rates Oall on ui on Depot Street Alto Dealers t- Goal a Ifflflwaij saloon COOD RICE Prors t e Wueat nines whisky coed beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous e Grass Deer Case keg and bottled 0 Orent Soutuvrooa mixer Pbono M Stan ford Ky i faril Traylor t DEALER IN VUlskn Brandu Wines Beet Glaars Etc 11CUpenl DpotSTAHFOftD KY I prompt andpolttaattenUon Nothing but the bet tdrlnh Mall phone cr tetezrapb orders receive rrompt attention Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furni ture Hue a special line of nu for the Holl taIl Winter Robes Building Paper Sad I and Doors Glue cut any the Mrs O B Pruitt has a nIce line 0 Fall and Winter Millinery s PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE Ii CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All perIOD llblng Wehave sell farm will do well to ui a numbs ef line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will bo pleased to show any what we have If you desire to sell It In our bands Office at Iloonea Livery Stable Stanford Ky II Insurance flgentyT of the property owners L counties of Bole 1Incoin and r ataeey who may be seeking Insurance against Kire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best Old L1ne Com panies represented and the low eat prtteible rates are guaranteed Phone 2- Stanfordr Kentucky j I R C WARREN liunilUat for luJt of the Lincoln County Court ubject to the action of the democratic patty s- lJAS P BAILEY Is a candidate far reelection et the Until- County Court tibfect to too action ef the Democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND 6R subjeNct GEORGE W DeBORD subjeuT JEFF HILL SR subjetoJESSE C LYNN la a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to we action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS tubJSOINK FARMER wbJedmeto JAMES C HAYS 1 a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tha itaocratlc party W I HERRIN it a candidate for Jailer subject to the action 01 tht Itaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT fa a canJUatt for Superintendent of Public Schools tf Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo iritlc party MISS KATE BOOLE- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public H Lincoln county subject to the action af toe d tratlc party GARLAND SINGLETON otPuWlclien of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate fer Assessor of Uncoln county sub IedtoNeadlonofWidemocratkpartytGEORGE Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub pct to the action of tat democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jed to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK subJectW A CARSON- Is candidate for Assessor of Uncetn county sun Jectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNE Y SllbjecttoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR- Isaan1Matefor county atterneyef Unen cmnry subject to toe action of the democrc parry R U HUBBLE Of Lincoln meaty Is a canJUatt for the naateitftai for State Senator In tots district subject to tile acMwi of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a canJUite for Obaerus ivkfecl to the actton of the ProMMOon party WSBURCHeIs aandtLtefer0oestyAtterneyof Uacetn cote ty subject to the acMsn the rally W L MCARTY sbpetoI JAMES T ROBERTS Of the East End Is a candldite for magistrate sub ject to the action of the deatoeratle primary Dee jsgoe CHARLES REDD- Is a candUate for Jastke ef the Puce In the Crab Orchard Magisterial district subject to the action o the Democratic Primary Dec J t4 j1 1 BeazIeyCo Undertakers and- Embalmoree iLlODatAUJ Furulture1uttiugaRugsThey kind Stork a call Prices right TANFOBD KENTUCKY JG+ McG A Y tTNDEaJAItEtIt EMBALMERI And Dealest IgoEABNESS SADDJ JSY tIStanford Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC oMorcan Boons lto A M Hunn some fat bogs at 6c A C Alford sold to L O Myers a 11nSloan J Rankle at Hubble have UO 1000 pound cattle for tale 0 L Wilmot delivered a small amount of corn bore at 12 Joseph Ballou sold to S T Harris nine 1500pound cattle at Ha In eight months 1000 Western bora es were shipped to Lexington Joe Jordan bought here and at HUB tDQvllle 12 horses at 1100 to 11- 50teE Miller of Rochester 111 of various parties 312 10001- cattle atSio Lutes S Co have 75 home rahe black taco ewes for sale Will lam about Jan 15 J B Haggle has ordered an electrll- ocomotive to ply between Lexington cod Elmendorf his stock term F M Tucker has bought the Shed Downs farm of 400 acres naar Wake geld Spencer county of J M Horde- ty for 816000 Rlcbard Gentry ot Danville bought 150 cattle In Washington county from B P SImms J R Barber and other weighing 100 to 1400 at 3t to 4c A wellknown Southern authority tlmatee that the cotton crop will a fall short of 12000000 bates and says It may possibly go to 13000000 bales A bay horse 10 bands high came t my place Saturday night Owner ca get him by paying for this notice as his keep W C Myers lurnersvllle At the King solo Friday the farm was taken down at 13000 Corn In Oel d mlemcows 114 to 823 calves 111 to 1U Crow was fairly good I C Brown sold to Richard Cobb ono sorrel horse three years old 1250 and bought of him a saddle lion oneyear old for 1250 and one suck ling colt for 1150- LANCASTER CUURTA big crowd attended court at Lancaster but bus ness generally was dull A few feeding cattle sold at 3i to 3lc Mules were In demand at 1100 to 1150 The horse ma ket was dull At the sale of P L Heck Saturday milk cowa brought 25 to ISO yearlings 115 calves 15 to ID shoats 12 horses 160 to 100 tnlllot hay 37o per bale Household and kitchen furniture sol well A good crowd was present That Lou Dillon the champion trot Clog mare has recovered from her reo Mebm a l tion mile she circled the course In 201 despite a strong wind that was blowing up the back stretch PERILS OF LAND AND SEA Capt Wlllnef Remarkable Es cape shows what to do InItime of Trouble For many years Capt Villnefsays tin Times ot Gloucester MilS was one the best known seamen In the Gloucester Fleet The catarrbal troubles whit he Buffeied for 15 years tirade him drea the nights at sea being unable to lie down and sleep on account of the constant catarrhal dropping Captain Willed went to different hoe pitals for treatment but could get no lasting benefit Ho constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble became so unbearable and nauseating that be was ashamed logo out in comps ny When despairing of ever gelling TC lief his wife purchased a llyomct outs- for him and trying it before going to bed he the first whole e aayefI have used less than two bottles of Jlyomei aid have been cured by the remedy liynrnei kills the germs of catarrh and makes tailing and permanent cnrcs Penny sells Ilyomei under his personal guarantee lo refund the money If it does not give quick relief The Czar own 100 palaces and oba teaux scattered all over Russia It takes about 35000 men servants to care for them and tbelr salaries amount to 14100000 a year In the stables am more than 5000 horses Sixtytwo ot these royal residences the Cur has never seen TUB Lexington Domoorat makes great campaign otter of Its Sunday and dally edition from now until after the November election for 11 This Is about a coot a copy and Is not only the cheap est dally you can get but the best demo ocratlo organ you can read during the present campaign This olllco will take your order for the Democrat but the cash must Invarlablr accompany It To the Worlds E viaQueen tt Crescent Routo and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlnearsoo G P A Cincinnati 0 G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky Corporal Stevenson wwas on re cruiting duty at Mlddlbsboro has boon ordered toChickamauga peodlngnn In vestigation of the alleged forgery of tho name of Paj master Dodge to receipts s aggregating 18000 While engaged at prayer In the Cath lic church at Opolousas La Mrs Doool Gulllory aged 100 burned to death In a horrible mannerI It costa 85 In paper money letter from Bogota to LexlDgtODI I Col Bennett H Young commander of tbo Kentucky Confederate Veter see has Issued an order for the annual reunion to bo held Nov 11 at Pewee Valley I If troubled with oak try I Chamberlain btouisch and Liver Tab lets They will do you good For sale I by all druggists OFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary for the 18th Senatorial Dis titrlat Saturday Dec 3 At a iiuotlnjf of the Democratic Ex SenBtobyule Ky on Monday Soptwtibor 10 1104 present J P llolilam of Leo no of On motion C P Montgomery oleotod secretary of inwl lag thatet snm Bo it resolved bv the Democratic Exeoutlv COlluultioo of this 18th Senatorial District of Kentucky 1 That a primary election be he on Saturday Doc rd lIn al the toting IIrtCltkJ In the 1U1 Senn Utofe I hours of n 6ctock A M nod 4 oclock selectingdemooratlc n GeDeraln rosldtsavo ters or who will be legal voters at November eltatlon100ti are l rmltkd- to vote In their mqwctive irtflnctH dd1 Kvery candidate who desires to have his nuuw printed on the ballots used In said primary must de orltosit with the this corn in Ittoo on or boforo 12 oclock mld days before the dale forholding said prlmnr the sum of tooO to be used in defraying tho expenses anIposit oaoli candidate must give writ ten notice to said Chairman that lie et be notice to the Committee 1 In all counties having cities In which Ute law enacted by the last General Assembly of Kentucky re quires the registration voters the eontmitdlo cause tho carom of democrats retetered at the last general rerislrutfbH to the copied Into separate Looks an well as such democrat who beeowo ot legal age and qualified voters at Uw requlrcd6 Said election shall the hoM In all rospocts as is required by law for holding tegular primary lections and a uniform bnl lo used 1ft every precinct and the ubairman of this committee Is hereby authorised printedboundchairmen of the county committees the ballots for each county lie is furthet directed to purchase and distribute to ofthe chairmen of the count ttlessthe necessary paraphernalia holding said primary election cammid olUcers in each precinct to hold Ute election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the candidate and to be all nearly equally divided MS possible The oMcera of said primary election will when the polls erred clos proceed at once to count the roars cast for each person for salt ofHoe and after counting the rck S they will return the ballots to the boxen sealing up the buns and the shirilTH of tho election precincts will within deposittcounty committee at the courthouse in the respective counties The ofll curs of election at each print will make a written statement of the Horn tar of votes past fur such person voted for for tho sold olUee and wilt place said stnwrmit in an envelope in the respective ballot boxes 7 Tlio precinct ballot boxes and all returns aro to be made to the chair man of the county committee and if lie is not in the county to the gccnta ry of the county committee at the court htwse in the time required bylaw towIt Within two days after said election 8 And on the next day after It rid returns have been made the county commit tw shall meet ani anvasH the returns and certify the same to the chairman of the district committee which district committee shall on Saturday Dee 10th 1901at 10 4tnnfurdam canvass the returns declare the ifxult and issue a certificate of nomination to the tutxjessful candidate I The chairman of this ronunittee III directed to give public notice of this election its Is required by lea and without delay 10 In the event there is a Murplux remaining after defraying the exixn sm of said primary It shall lit turned over to the various committeescountcomposing the used fur loglttmute purposes In lromoUn eI moorncvs cause mind if there should be u d then the candidates shall ho assessed to supply said deficit Pro titled however If no mow than une I candidate shall hare complied with tho conditions herein Imposed by Nov 18th 1004 then the chairman of tho district committee Is directed to reconvene the committee as soon thereafter as practicable at Stanford Kentucky und to declnjr nuoh uaadt date the regular nominee of tIe demo cratic party for said olilucg and to it till to him u certificate of nomination anti the primary election herein ordered will not be 11 The order on tho ballot in which the names of the candidates who may enter this primary shall be bt printed shall be determined by lot JAM F II iMM Chairman SItyI First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Thin Institution WM originally established is the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganized u the National Hank of Btantord In 1868 end again reorltllnlled II the First National lUilc or Stanford In 184S having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 years nIl better transactnbefore In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor potations Solicited r STOCK SOOOO tJ n Paxton J n Owiler ShankslOeo W Carter II Pester LOOooeti WIIUutuBilni IlrlghtIt w II Sharks TheSuoccstors Farmers flank Jt Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such butlntna relation will prove mutually beceflolal DRUG Officers nOOKKU Vreai B TIIAIUUSVIres JI MoIOIlElT8 Ohr W II WEAItENAut Cbr V Reid DanTllIo B T Harris Stanford 18 Rocker Stanford II Stanford T P IUU Stanford Jai Robinson J If M rettut Ed Carter JlubbleI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK fCAP1TAI 4 Directors j continuouslyfor trM Officers JII BHANKfl President B r I W U nniOIIT Ant Oaibltll 4r Window Glass otuPutty EtcAt Prices Dr W N CraigPharmacist 4 Pinna No 13 Stanford Kentucky I HOT CAKE Prices on a few small Ilcntin Stoves that I have loft two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of those suit yon T can save you somo money Ifyon aro interested in I a warm air furnace call at my shot and sun tho Patric Fur nace that will heat a 7 to 0 room house with tho same or full than two grates will hum 5 H ALDRIDCE Depot Street Stanford Ky 1 See Pennys Show Window Pull of Toilet Stops Sweet Violet hush Ilote Old Fashion Uiittormllk and Vernon Glycerine Bach eellsfor A cents a cake PENNYS STOREStanford see Display of Kk Muapa Next Week The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeilgn the beat carryJTablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS S SOW Lexington Ky Es D Peytonn DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars end Tobaccos Stanford s J S tDJreators B Ilauebman J r B J OW8LKVOaibltr Also Window material EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR Havinc been In the Tailoring business alt my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of tine best tailoring firma ktakingyour clothes are bouud to bo satisfactory as my inanv patrons in this line will bear me nut My prlcna arc the same as Inex porlonced men who are in the business I also have a nice lino of fancy Cheviot and other BiiitlnKb I will cut and make If ThankIngH C RUPLEY the Tailor a