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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j i ri VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 19043 P M NO 74 m CHURCHMATTERS Idev W 0 Mltabelt tell dead rum opopleijr while ureaohlatr ID a oburoh at Newport New Va Dr Bdwio Pot of DaPauw Culver ally was ttrlokea with paralytli while atUodlnp cburob hi OreoDU itlc lad 1AtLiooaster Pa i S U lies a dropped dead to bin ohureh while delivering funeral tier I woo The Kentueky Synod of the Oumber land tretbytcrltto Ohurob adjiurued ut r Padttcah to meet next year at Green- Ville The Ladloa Aid Suololy of tbe Chrli llao oimrflh will mast wlib Mu Luoy Oettilay al Souloj St rdav attar DOM Rev 0 W Shepherd oloied an later ottiog meeting at Uepubllaaa UaptUi church ID Madison oouoty whloh re salted In IT adittloot Tb Chrnlab church prayer meet tog will be held at the burnt of Mr and MM W P Tate Wedae lti events ueitloclec at 7 oclock- Re J W Begin writes that be- will be borne In time to lead the prays MeeiUff at Mr W P TtV tomor row olprht nil that be wilt Alt his pet r pU Sunday Re T u M Belay neetfai at she Baptlai charefe eoetleaee with ROOd crowd Met errtee ad greet lateral it uuiKettad There baN beef 12 ooateMlai to tar Courrb ptopto all over LonlorllU am encased In conducting revival mtetloffi tbe results of wblob have t bee felt la numerous additions to- nvDrbcr a of tbe aburobct Thee rerlvw aM are not limited to any one denomi tination but loatade al wet all the evan j1Z8110ai csoereeailoQ In the city iForSale Privately MY bout and It acrei uf land lll at4 last okld of tows llalu on llie emeree l pik llouw bas T rooaw klleheo ad M r vmatt room good alter stable sadall v o OMarT oatballdlBga Wat r liydrnat U tie yard sad oee tot sleek J P IIMIKV BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH lUvtoic decided U unit th- ses e begs best I wtll sell for the next M days at one tat end a CAr loud of llufttw flarrvra Phet a sad Hackbnftt4t also a lot of naeeese They are all too laMat style and bntake Ant of tlw vehicles are rob- berJ MM1 hie to see m and net a bar fata at e Mfore tkr are all ROB IoUHTi OOVEK CrabDrelMtr Ky HOMEFORSALEI If not sold rlval before I will sill at Mbllc am abe OH MoMliy Nov II eoantT 1la Graded Sdtool tlta trletMoot or city 11t TM bows It a v tire rooM ooMage aM tinre are saveB ben of laad Good water ad outhouse ad TOMK orchard I JOHN OIIUI9TMAN Stanford Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford y l m to MCr1 House Parlor PUoM el Greatest Bargains la Clothing FuraUhlar floods Hat 3ap a Etc ever ofered at tbs CincinnatiBargain Store r AT OBAR OfeOUAkD BY Ta Ocorg Holaiaa rtoMrooat oai OlnaAtlai pili OU sad ezeleekIIAS E 011 Peyton I1UiJ lit IN Staple and Fancy Gro series Fruits Veg I etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to sell privately irv hotel proper tT aed Itrrrr stable In llulld loe can be ai hotel or pr niB residence aallil well armoged for two famlllea eta M has 91 tall and li In good repair Plenty water at barn and house li not by Jan 1 will rent It and cnn give peen l stalloa oa that date flan give notsoMlon of bare If rented or sold on Nov W llMe and barn newly covered Ho Graded School dUHlet Por further parMeulaneallonornddtass Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR 1 1 having boon In tho Tailoring LuslnesH all my life I feel confldont in saying I tOpreent one of the best tailoring firms in tbe country Wltb my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your oJolhes are bound to be satisfactory nIf my many Patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are tbe same aa inex perienced men are In the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate prieD Thank Islegyou for past favors I nm yours II OKUPLEY the Tailor I I MIDDLEBURG Itv W b Montgomery preached at the Christian oaurod Sunday and Sunday night Farmer arc gathering corn wblah li of Bood yield and quality Newcorn U teliloe at 226 delivered Why cant Caiey have a game war deny liar upper ttttur oouatle have thorn vet tbu county I + and will continue to be the Mecca of the upper country sportsmen A rouiinir wlde awake 1arlcep and Oiivl + and Sione club had lately been orjrftnlnd at Liberty two promlntnt young attorney at the bead Charles F MoaiKomcry prerldont and K O Mooro + eoretary- Danlul Eaou and Klliba GitTord grandfather to the writer returned on Saturday from a teveral days visit to friends anti relatives In Garrard It was the ttnt visit to Garrard that Oraodpa bad made to too county of his naUTlty for 00 years horn to the wift of Mr Gee Oayli a Parker and Davie democrat and to the wifu ol JOHN Uaoderten BIo ol Dye a democrat If It hadnt been a girl Aootbar dfooarat has reguiercd at Ktbal MoWDorerc belt ttlll aooth r at Aaron ColeraaoV Prof D Edgar fotU of Gaoref town Collaca is with hie parent and friend here Irof Fugle U an old Mtddluburg boy but I now protestor of tans uaces In Georgetown College Oe bat just returned from Germany whore hespent the summer School at M N C U progressing nicely under the able management of Prof J Sherman Lawborn and his corp of atiUiani Mlddleburg I de serving of and should have a good school OM worthy tbe confidence and patronage of Casey and adjoining ooun IptMrlnd Mr John Moslor of Gilbert Creed visited Mr aod Mre W U Stort Supt J C Lay was In Somer i t Mice Lula Adam who Is teach log tobool at Oeleite spent Saturday and Sunday at home Miss Lula Gen oa Is dewa from Stanford to see her pirvcu Squire nod Mr T S Den taeWork will bftcln In earnest this week ea the New home of the Partners Di posit Dank of MMdUburg Cootraitt have bleD let for the hauling of brisk stone sand etc and the contractor R O Casey ol New Cattle will retro In a day or two with experienced brick layers when the worn will ha pushed to an early completion A very Interesting trial was held In Judge DfoiOQo ooort In the elty boll Saturday Baker Walls brought suit fordamagel against Jaulburt Falooc berry nod Cornelius Floyd all of the Walltowo section for beating aad killing a bop of hie The plaintiff and defaodaata Introduced qnlte a number of wltBOM but deeplie of that aid tbe eloquent appeal aad plea of ff C Moore of Liberty the oast WIll worn for the plaintiff MATRIMONIAL James W VoHtald Mies Kale Jofev earn both of the Burgle aeottoa ww married la Danville Jobs Uonra aad MIN Mloote Con dlff both 01 the Duanrllle eeetlM of Casey were married Sunday 15ale Uoodavatter aged SO aod Mia Brmli B Yoarg19 were joleed heart aid band at Andrew Young vtoter day Former Gov Taylor propoaltiea to leisure for the MoFerrtlo MemoHal church Louisville wag rejaotw on ass o root of bit matrimonial redbrd J Walker Pinkerton formerly QlI plate was married reoenUy tty tc 4Gearnehome at Mumford Texas Rev T H Coleman olllulated at three weddings last week at bit home on Tbl reet The couples were as follow David II Bay ton aod Miss Oloda Kills both of Power Casey county J Stanley Vorle and Mill Kato Koe Johnson both of Burglo and Per ry Foster and Mist Emma Barnes of Perryvlllt Advocate Chamberlains oughRemedy Is Pleasant to Take I Tho finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in tbo manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used In Its preparation give it aHa vor similar to maplo syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Rod erick of Poolcsvlllo Mdlo speaking of this remedy says I have used Cham berlains Cough Remedy with niy chil dren for several years and can truthfully say It Is the best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it and U has no Injurious after effect For sale by all druggists Mrs John Pratber died at her home in the MoCreary section of Garrard attar a lingering Illness having suffered a stroke of paralyels about four months ago NEWS NOTES Mrs Anna Bradford Miles ajnleoo of Jefferson Davis died at New Hope Thomas Lanler a prominent Missis sippi planter was shot J fromuarabusb aod killed I Former Gov Nash of Ohlodlcd cud denly la the bath room of bis step daughter In Columbus Dr Mordecil Price lit widely known surgeon died suddenly ot apopcxy at his home In Philadelphia I James F Latimer president of the Latltner Bank of Delaven WIs com milted suicide In bis back j Tbero has been an advance of 12 GO e ton In pig Iron In the Birmingham market In tbe past six weeks Additional shortages aggregating 831000 were discovered In the olllce of tbo State Treasurer of Kansas A grain elevator containing 370000 bushel of barley collapsed at Buffalo NY entailing a loss of 1350 000 D M MoUenry formerly of Owens boro and well known over tbe State died at Fraoklort Saturday night Alexander Kits a one armed one legfed anti oneeyed Hungarian wife murderer was hanged In the Jill at Newton N J President CMcar G Murray of tbo Baltimore A Ohio and a party of oftl- I olals made a 131mile trip on their road In ltd minutes Willie Curtis of Louisville who threatened to burn his home says be Is subject to Insanity from smoking 35 to GO cigarettes a day The monument erected over tbe grave of Capt Ed Porter Thompson at Frankfort will be unveiled with appro priate ceremonies Nov 3 Three persons were killed and 83 In jured by tbe rear end collision of two sections of a Mlstourl Pacific World Fair special at TIpton Mo Burglars entered the homes of C A Seblereo aud Col J M Darker at Bristol Teen and carried away ring watabes and jsnelry valued at 81000 As the result of a dispute In a polit teal argument on the streets of Madl onvllle Jeff Morgan struck Ferd Lutz InstantlyThe a number of dwellings of Corinth Grant county were destroyed by fire Satur day night cotalllag a lose of 850000 Miss Cora Martin assistant poitmas ter at Madlsonvllle caught and turned over to the authorities a small boy who Is charged with robbing tbe postoRiee John Henry Neeee while under the loHutntt of whisky at Olndman struck Mitt Purl Perkins In tbe top of the head with a largo hammer killing her Instantly Archie Christie a prominent politi clan of Baraboo WIs dropped dead Juit at be was about to shake hands with Gov La Fullctte who bad Just flelihtd an address Mury Defile a Negro bat confessed to tbe UlMlnBuU police that she killed German Heuck a white man who was foflnd eat to death la hie apartments lat Friday nlgbt i Orders have beea received at the Brooklyn navy yard to fit the oralier ColumbIa for MM at oooe In order to carry iieoretarr of War Taft and the Iuauaa CoraoalMloo to Color The Baeslan general stall has iHutd a uatomeot that ibe oateallttefl in abe Itlbilag at Saafcho river from Oos1 to IS aggregated 7ti oOloere had 46000 mu killed wounded and missing The jro earnings of the Queen tit Creaoeot for the year ending June 30 anrrtgated 120145 per Mile said to be greats than the earolneof any Other sUfcle track rood The gross earnings were 867W743 an to crease of 8613 289 over the previous year The net earn IbKs were 81697320 an Inoraaae of IPUW Uental paM to Us olty of Din olenatl amounted te 31lMttl The balance standing to the credit of proCt and I M6 at the god of the year was 8248 055 Contract was made during the year for 2400 large capacity freight oars uojtlng 61Ml3Sn Maintenance of way and structures show aa Increase ol 8303081 Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse Perhaps you have never though of It but tbe lact must be apparent to every Ole that constipation is caused by a lack ol water in the system and the use of drastic cathartics like the old fashioned pills makes a bad matter worse Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle In their effects and when the proper dose Is taken their action Is so natural that one can hardly realize it is the effect of medicine Try a 26 cent bottle of them For salo by all druggists IN writing to have the addreaechang ed on his I J Mr Eph W Engloman who now lives at Los Angeles Cal say This Is a grand and great city everything on tbe boom Wo are all enjoying good health sunshine and lowers but there Is tp place eo dear as our did Kentukoy home DestoDla I REV JW OAGIN Who will leave the Christian here Nov 15n to accept a lIaLlerlolIicall to the Fourth S Ingtoo Be bad jut been called to serve hie fifth year as pastor of the Christian oburoh aod bis retig nation which was read to bis congre gation Sunday lame ai a disagreeable surprise During the four years ot his pastorale here Mr tIngle has seen his 0111facllooalmost flourishing condition Rev flagln Is u splendid pretcheran excellent pastor scholarly gentlemaaand good citi zen and bin departure from Stanford will cause general regret HUSTONVILLE Cowan McCormaok sold Harvey Cbenault ot Madison 25 good feeding cattle at 3ta- Outlneu In our city on Saturday was so large that the clerks were not able to wait on tbe trade All tax payers la this graded school district nut paying their tax by Nov lOib will bl advertised II Miss Ellen Powers Is at home from a protracted visit to the World Fair and Obleago getting fully uptodate In the latest fads In ladles clothes Willwithder by being thrown from his buggy I J J Allen Co told to J C Jobn son and delivered Saturday IS rat averaging 1430 pounds At 4ta cattleI 1200 pounder for December at 40 Dr Barker nod wife James Yowoll and sisters Mlste Lena and Annie Mrs Sam Owens Will Pipes and F M Ware and daughter were among the Worlds Fair party leaving Monday A quilting bee of ye olden times was given last week by Mrs Splllman Carpenter and all her neighbors ate tendee and speak In glowing terms of the elegant menu given by tbe hostess Win F Cabbell and family of Nash ville formerly of Lebanon are visiting Un Fannie Cabbell hen Geo Din wlddle who left here for lbs West re oenUy wrltwi that be has accepted a position In TnOfon Aria Superinten dent Singleton was here Friday visiting our graded school and POke In tbe hlffhott term of the faculty and school He made an latereoilof talk to the SJMQOl FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way Or Using Chamber lains Cough Remedy- Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal Houih Attica says As a proef that Chamberlain Cough IUme dy II a cure suitable for old end young I pen you the following A neighbor of mine had a child jus over two months old It lied a very hid cough ajid the parenU did not kuow what to give it I suggested that they get a bottle of Oham berlalns Cough lUmedy and put some on the dummy teat that the baby was suck lag it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby This remedy is for tale by all druggists To tbe Worlds Fair via Queen t- CrlNOlnt Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky SHORTHAND AND BOOKKEBIINO Taught thoroughly by mall Teachers can Increase their earning capacity by taking a course For Information write J W Davis 427 Madison Avenue CovlngtonKy 41 Tbo Atlanta Constitution says A Mlssourlan who swallowed a 85 gold piece 40 years ago has coughed up tbe coin Figure out what he lost In corn pouod Interest The report the commissioner of education shows the attendance at the public schools of tbe United States In 100S to have been 10OOi 4UI All grades ot rellaed sugar have been advanced five cants a hundred pounds II 1 I II H and P Gloves 1 i j We arc sgle agents for this famous line of gloves The new Pall stock isall ready and wo can show you a fine assortment in nit colors andIweights When yotiget yourgloves let us show you a tcw Overcoats i- I Qn- 11111j H J HEINZ COS New goods just receivedat t W H HIGGINS If you want something good to cat leave your i order for Cherry Peach Blackberry Strawberry Pine Apple Red and Black Raspberry Damson Preserves also Apple Butter Sweet and Sour Pickles India Relish Queen Olives Evaporated Horse Raddish Sweet Onions Chila Sauce Tomato Chutney Baked Beans Mustard Dressing Worchestcr and Pepper Sauce Pearl Onionsc W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY A 1 THE NEW STORE I 1 Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY I We with to announce to the people of Stanford nUll surroundIlug coijntry that our FALL noel WISTKR gtocn of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats aud Grits LudloV and Gents Furnishings is now complete and we invite each and ovcry one 1- i to vUt our Store and examine our stock and prices which wo- V j tape will be of interest M well ta important te yourself as to tIL Dont forget The New Store It is the plnce to get the Beet Good for t1ae Least Money I a4ee Sam RobinsonINext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Ientttckyi HOT CAKE I Il Prices on a fpw small Honting Stoves that 1 have left Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If anyof these snit yon loan save you 801110 money If you qro interested in a warm nil furnace call at my shop and see the PatrieFnlinaco that will heat n 7 to 9 room house with same or i less full than two grates will burn S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky n C McCormackDealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily Highest i Market Price for Country Pro 1 duce C R McCormack1 Hustonville j O THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I t E C WALTON ll IDEMOCRATIC TICKET Fr Pmidtnl UG ALTON BROOKS PARKER tf Aw York fl r riot PnMtnt- HEXRYG DAVIS of JrHl V1rlinfd For JuJgI Pf fc Appte Ditlrict JUDGE JAMBS E CA2fTRIIL OJ Gttwflltwn For CMlfrtllll k GEORGE 0 GILBERT 1OShafr MK UIIBY WOODSON secretary of the Democratic National Committee Rites out thla good new which let ua pray there Is no mistake about I hope every confidence that Judge Par ker will be elected I have been here 100 days now and I am ready to an I BOUDCO from observation and what we t have received that Parker Is elected All the doubtful States socalled will be In the democratic column and many of the States called purely republican are now In the doubtful column We will carry New York New Jersey Coo t nectlcut Indiana Maryland West Vir y ginia Idaho Colorado Utah and Neva da In other words all the doubtful States are with us and for Parkers iselection Illinois Is doubtful Ohio la The big men who controlled i that State are now dead The republicans aasumathey are going to win there but we hear they mlRhtloie Even California has sent good reports to us and we are hopeful of carrying that State Maryland Is certainly as r democratic is Kentucky West Vir Iglola la as sure as Maryland A WEEK from today the battle of the ballots will be fought The oldest rea 1 Ident can not recall quieter times just preceding a presidential election and what It means we are at a lots to say God grant that It Is Indicative of democratic suttees While we feel hopeful of the election of Parker and Davie and absolutely certain of Kentucky go log democratic we are seared and wor ried about Lincoln county Scared for i fear the rode will carry It and worried that the democrats tave not done more to prevent them from doing to It Is not too late yet to go to work ad If ev ery democrat will do his full duty from now until 4 oclock next Tuesday alter noon all will be well and the good county will be saved from the enemy the H republicans THBlmoet remarkable unction over held In any city occurred here whet esven white society women and twelve colored women met at tbe beautiful home of Mr Henry W McGee on exact soolal equality Luncheon was sere ed to all alike by white waitress under the direction of Mrs McGees beautiful daughter says a Chicago dispatch What does Teddy think of that Tnt discredit U dlrtctlv due to the Presl dent who started the social equality 4 business by having Booker Washing tondlne with him In the White House BETTING Is said to be the argument of a fool and It la also said that be who bats on a horse race usually walks home Gamblers with more money than good sense are offering big odds on Roosevelt and tbe unthoughtful are more or less affected by it forgetting that 15 days before tbe election 12 years ago the odds were 5 to 4 In favor of tbe president but In tbe electoral college the president only got 145 votes against 277 for Mr Cleveland Sixteen t years ago the odds were 10 to 7 In favor of the president and he was beaten NEWS comes from Washington that President Roosevelt Is thinking of throwing precedent and dignity to tbe winds and jumping Into the campaign himself in the hope of turning the tide of popular sentiment which In tbe last few days has set strongly toward Parker and Davis In nearly all doubtful States according to Information reach- Ing the White House from National Chairman Cortelyou and other sources But oven this undignified performance will be of no avail If tbe democrats will do their duty WITH New York and Maryland In lino and New Jersey Connecticut West Virginia and Indiana debatable ground who can truthfully say that the democrats have not more than a I fighting chance f The gambler of Wall Street are betting on Roosevelt tbe profits they have wrung from the people on watered stocks but that Is an old game and will not Influence a single honest vote- SENATOR FAIRUANKS did not deliver a speech at Charlestown lad for the simple reason that there was no crowd to hear him Tho coming of the speo tat train had been advertised but tot voters did not appear rI WOBLD rather go down in eternal oblivion than be Instrumental In tbe election of Roosevelt says William Jennings Bryan and all good demo crate say amen t1 I SENATOR SCOTT says West Virgin will go republican 20000 to 25000 But then Mr Scott la it republican ADDITIONAL LOCAL LADIES kid gloves worth Sl to 1160 Saturday at UO conic All sleet Grand Leader No rain yet and promise of any It II dry dryer dryest here and get ting wrae dally I JAILER HERRIN has 20rcgutar board ere now but some of them will change their boarding houses after court I SALEMr Frank Owsley has told his farm of about 100 acres oa the Lan castor pike to James I Wilmot at IJ5 TOMORROW daytbe last day you can register and you cant vote unless you register If you live In an Incorporated town FOR RENTMy two houses on West Main Street oue occupied by Rev J W Hagln and tbe other by E 0 Wal ton Mark Hardin OLLIE HOFFMAN ton of Mr 0 P Huffman of thla place has bought Toggles butcher shop In Danvlllo and will tako charge at once MR WATT DDDDERAR a good democrat and an exceedingly clever man announces his candidacy this Issue for magistrate In the Husionvlllo district ESTRAY hog weighing 240 pounds came to my place last Friday Owner can get It by paying for this notice and Its keep M F Lawrence Stanford TUB ladles thePreabyterlanoburch will hold an excbango In McRoberts Irug store Wednesday Nov 23 when ill tbe delicacies of the season will be- n sale TUB creditors of Alex Traylor are notified to appear before me and prove their claims agalnstbls estate ooor bo fore Nov 5 1004 G B S uneiMa ter Comr I THE usual Hhllowsen tricks were in dulged In last night It must bave been a source of great fun to remove tbe hundred or more gates that were con spicuous for their absence this moro lofiT TUB wrap found and brought to this office did not belong to Mrs A T Tray lor and the owner will please call and Ret It Mrs Traylora was a silk wrap and tbe tinder will be rewarded by tak log It to her or leaving It at this office VRATCUMrsH P Veatch died In Loulsvllleof heart failure aged 45 A husband and two grown children cur vlve her She was a staler of Mrs J A Allen of this place who with Miss Mollie Daugherty attended the burial wile kept Congressman Gilbert from Oiling his appoint meat at Hustonvllle Friday afternoon but he sent Judge John W Hughs of Harrodsburg wbo made a good epeoeh Hon R C Warren and Mr W S Burch filled Mr Gilbert other ap pointments TUB Eighth District Christian Ke deavor Convention will meet at More land Friday and Saturday In tbe Union church First service at 2 p M eec oDd service rt 7 P M An Interesting program Is being prepared Tbe ser vice wilt begin at 030 and last until 1130 A aIonSaturdayU- NDER the chaparodage of Prof Jno Bosley and wife and Miss Flora Bry son of tbe Stanford ugh School a largo party of the pupils of that Inetl tutlon drove to Centre College last Saturday where they were entertained with lectures on physics by Professors Chase Palmer and C M Gordon Ad rotate GEORGE BRADLEY a Danvlllo Nero shot and badly wounded Maude Ella Johnson also colored In Maoka villa Saturday night The woman U said to have refused Bradley entrance to her house and he shot her In a fit of fury Another report la that Bradley was shooting at Bill Bogle and did not Intend to shoot the Johnson woman Bradley Is In jail IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Gov Bradley will speak at Nicholas villa Saturday Ben H Campbell a Nloholasvllle attorney Is dead J 0 ELDER bought of T M Hutch son a small farm for 8325 App Smith was crushed to death by a boiler at Dry Hollow In Wayne county John Icon shot and badly wounded leery Hade In a fight oyora horse swap at Burgln I G Jackson formerly of the Has rodsburg Democrat has leased the Clay City Times Mrs Polly Rutherford an aged rOIl lent of Rocky Branch Wolfe county was fatally burned The Central University football twin was defeated by Vanderbilt at Nash rule Saturday by the score of 07 to 0 D C Bell has ben appointed pot master at Faulooder Boyle county and lames B Clauncb at Roes Hut Mercer county In Mercer C W Seheif emptied the contents of a shot gun into the body of DAdble While Charles Male of Mercpr was showing his revolver to a neigh bor the weapon went tit shooting him through tbo abdomen and so seriously Injured him that It le not thought ho can live The suit of Judge M J Mo aand Jno H Wilson against the estate of Con gressman Vincent forcing has been do tided In favor of the plaintiff It In volved 6000 acres of coal land valued at 8400000 says a Plncvlllo dispatch Archbishop Elder tho aged and dis tinguished Catholic prelate died In Cincinnati last night A strike of 800 hoisting engineers in 240 bituminous coal mines of Illinois wont Into effect last night Democrat leader In Illinois are claiming the State for Parker and Da vis by a plurality of 35000 Five women at Washington U C are still drawing pensions as wldowp of 9ileHevolutlooA remarkable exhibition wae u n with the Baldwin alr hlpattheWorfua Fair grounds Circling In overt dl rection at a height of 2000 feet above the Cascades It returned over the same course and settled gracefully to the ground within 100 fee of tbe starting pointJimmy Britt of California after whipping Joe Gao decisively lost the lightweight championship the world by striking tbo Negro while the latter was on the noor- Chalrman Taggarl of the democrat ic National committee says the In diana democrat will have money enough for legitimate campaign expanded but not a cent for boodle WATT M DUDDERAR li a ctBOtete for MjgKtrate to MM HttMMvHK Its trkt wtytci lo At DtMcntfc unary of Dst O J CROW If aciWde far JinsVi sf ttx pane of tie ncs MtvM MaffetMUlDbtrlt seaeet to the aceaa of the DtmocTiHc sy tree Jo ap BAKER WALLS li a cwMUat tor cwnUMe W tee SteMonl DMrkt subject to ft adios 1 flw dtMrtaUc prlaury Dec t 1904 JAMES A DUDDERAR Ina MJUW for MfHtratt of the SlMferl Di Irkt ut tcl to 0M atone of tile JtaocMtk prfeMiy DecI 1004 PARKERS HAIR DALSAM CTMMM md kranttflM ttw felt FViimitM ft tviufunt fmvth crylIMrCUM tryecndLuu BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Perm of about BJ acres oa Danrtlle Avenue onehalf mile from Orftdod School known as Ooodkalgbt taro Oood booed of T roooM with beet of etatemi and all aec easary oatlwlldlal The tarn taulldroudt Gallon Mrs N M ndkDicbt ai Urooaagli CoMfcf MW aec pta4 by Judge Halley Farm For Sale I Oa account of UIaMalMi I desire to Mil prtv4 lj BV farm of lie aerat tooatod la otefratwhole or divide Small hoeae on lower part O H HARNBTT- IlaatooTlllc Ky A S PRECJh- dargoon Dontlnt Stanford Ky JQciOTvr UeBobarUDnig Stori In tbu O1J UaUdlnt Tothe Insuring Public Having had a loss under Policy No PI 137708 of Home Insurance Oo of Now York Jesse U Weareo Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend thoabore company to you and tell you tor prompt end liberal lettlemenl of liwiea there U none better end I dare lay few an good They do not deduct onefourth from your policy Isome would have you believe but willingly- and cheerfully pity you all the Indemnity that you them for Ilewaro of Mutual or Aitnament Companies For further particulars In regard tj Mutual or Aienwment Companies addrtni ine M OBBEN IltllUII- YKlogvllloly PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY NOVBUI1EK78 1911 In order to dissolve partnership we will sell all our crops stock etc on the Isaac K Shelby farm one mile south of Blialby Olty on tbo Danville and lluttonvllle turn pike consisting of about II PO bulbs cf millet and straw IS stacks of millet hay about 850 barrels corn 400 shocks of fodder 20 fat hogs about 80 head of 2yearold cat tic 13 yoarllogti 10 tat cattle some cows and hoifera addle horses a combined mare 300 good ewes due to lamb In Janu ary buckboard and other things too nu morons to mention Salo commences prompt ly at 0 oclock with no reserves All sunn of SZOund under clUb over UO a 60 day note negotiable and payable at Farmers National Rank of Danvlllo Ky bearing 0 percent Interest with approved aecurlty I F JflAAO HIIEIIIV JFt T U EnglUh Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE Having decided to change my location I will on TURSDAYNOVSSini Sell to tho highest and boot bidder If not sold privately before the following tyi My house and lot In Crab Orchard fronting on Main street containing tws uorosof land more or lose a good dwelling with six room and good count a never falllng well on back porch all nec earv outbuilding and shade and trait trees of various kinds i In ngood rclghborbnod and dailghtful place to live This property will hu sold fur onethird each lu hud the remainder on u credit or one and two yean oaring aU par cent Interest from aay of Bale Will cio sell a No 1 Ittlonw power boiler and engine wllli saw mill ruruplett and In Hnttclam rueninaorder The will will be Mild fur oueluilf earl In Imml rice remainder cm a oredH if alx and twelve montln time bearing alx per coot tntcrnt I from ay of silo A lien ret nn 1 on the property unto paid r M UONDEH Grab Orchard Ky e we j I I oo HftTS HftTS 1 This Cut Shows The Best Style Of The New PLAT IRON J Whenever Style Comes Out You Will Find It First In Our Stock We Have FLAT IRONS In Many Colors Prices t 150 to 3 Other Shapes To Suit All Tastes Prices 1 to 350Our ThreeOunce Stiff Hats I Are The Best On Earth Dont You Need A New Hat Now r CumminsSTANFORD KENTUCKY McClary I I ImlJIII WANTED I Dacfca Oeeve and liken ITo market prke IIUNOItTllooTTI I Valuable Property For Sale reB t 1 newSCaM A pton- dld garden aad a iaego wit OIl the phees a pod car and W- der k la Od repair sad 0atwrel power Is ecoaary In running tile n pleodk bwl e Bverytbla Y la good ha all neceasry art baUb TheownerolT reaoS tor selling- I toga the rub or alter treinaa al he barn sa tealve farming laler W to look after Tld properly Is on the UaBlPI Perk about 4 rlla Iron Stanford and can bebpmgfctat a bargain For farttar par drew 8 0 Thuramnl Lytle er- I It ll ebei Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I If tsold privately I will soft publicly on MONDAY SOVBilllBU 14 1HI teanty court day In Stanford farm at HI acrellH tulle douth of tyalnat Vlaknew a the 00 and W H Abraham farm Tile hat alx room and good barn tear neverfalllnglprlogJaod the crepe are No li tllDOe feet d lumber on It ne balf of the fencing made of good wire and JO acres In clover and timothy close to eboolboIo and church Harm loins poke on South aide and free mall delivery Any person desiring to purchase thus farm on Oeo or Jim Gray onUISTKHIA OUAY8ON IOH or Walnut Flat Ky J 1 Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I I 1 will sell at public outcry at theMrt An nle llarlan farm four rnllo from Danville one mile from Hedgevllle on Danvlllo and pIkeda- WElNE9DAY NOV 60 lot Tbe following property Seven good work mules I extra mare coming four old T horse one trotting bred mareyeare with foal to lIernadotteII S4 0 or 4H barrels of corn In crib 1M bushel of hemp aced tree from one straw stack M 75 pound ahoata one weanling calf two milk cows five laMpound cattle farming Im binder hempone oneplementa cutter one season ono dlac breaking plow rare Ollverch11lair plow one disc rul tlvator one tooth harrow one corn speller one term wagon three seU of plow gear one extra nice set of un h rue g one wheat housobMd and kitchentau two bugglte furniture dale begins promptly at 10 A M Terms made known on tray of Bale T D Bngllsb Auct L O HR- OWNPSTEDI Wo whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting BablBg or any kind of tree- paesing on our places and will prtJIIlICute- vlolatOI1l to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonaraore T aL Holmai n p J n Oaminiwb peter DaW JI Johnaen Mra Mary Gives D v d Stephens lnmor M White and wife B CArlO H p Hawkins Mrs Mary II Welch K A Lawrence Frank Oordler pre A D Root cam F Reynolds Morgan Humphrey O T Wtllo fharle KnH ella H McAllater Mm Ador Ilelchenbuch Urcs Fred VmuruenigaaAlbotVdnuruenlgan- Fred VonAllman Fred Alfred Hlinpson George Holmes Mice Slattie ii Hewes B Uelclienbach Charles Oummlni Jot I J J Powerif4you al very special bargains for that dollar offyours SI will bar R eniklcalf kdm shoe well made i SI will buy a Wliid siesta shoe worth 160tr1 will buy a pair ofarses wool 130 1 I1 will bay a Sorosie 4185 UndmMrt SI will buy it ipleudkl large comfort or wkL81 will buy a CouHlerpaiM 81 will buy M Null Iwys or firl riioo heyekileeeonlnrojigRtASI SI will buy a mans hat that h worUt hulaI8160 to 84 Make your dollar do the best for you Our t purchasing power is great Thats why can give you so much for your weJTHE GRAND I OWBIEY ULOCK M B Low 8 Co 1SDR E H MURRAY OPHTHALMOLOGISTTlmt V 1 tion in HEALTH and ili care Century Dictionary l Jill no MKDICLNI3 either in esnniiimtion or trontinent of the oyw nor perform nny SURGICAL onorotion but simply correct all dofe ta of Uo t fraction with perfect ADJUSTED OLAS =ItS Hnvo gvioowfully flush MvenU huurec11181t1 of glasses in Boyle nUll surrounding countiee will be ut St Asaph Hotel Monday Nov 14 Dr E lie Murray Home OtHie With Murray fe feAdnmB DanvilloOllllthnlmologtiLt v- P I t e ii 0 THE w STANFORD KY Nov I 1001 W DO not wait until old bad weatb to purchase goer window fflau get I DOW and be prepared We have all laee In common use and tuoply you a areatooableootl Putty 6 Gent per pound Peonys Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS DALLARO went to Lexington yof LBTT1B HBtiM went to Olc01n today ROUT returned to Madl today W p KBUNBY of MMdJobura Ii with Col Lanbara I MRS FRANK Wiucn ONof Iluritln I with Mr Kd Wlllclnio- nMm 9THIUA LBWlB bas cowed Kentucky UaUerUy ni Lexleewa HlYOR A U rrotUCNC8 lIp free the oil ieldi af CemfeerlnB MDtr 4i MlBBBB ANNUl BVAItg AXO LOUIS SW8 of Diavllr are wlih MlH Xelll I Murphy MR J L BaUBUtv wile aid halt ipent several days wlU narrodtlwr t MlallvMMR M WART Ulea Marcia Ware acid Mr t wmas OWM aN at iA Pair XRWtAiro JH bee tatct a paddies with tilt Welch do Wbeoia I QtU Dasrltl NVA COOK aid Blot rt im4 from Ute World D CAHIKMTR ad Mrf of UutMMtiup were hre 911tardae- DAILY fir HISOM of Ute iUjrhianf suction Mu to lar for Anrenta in 0 his bm X VKI SIN or VfhO c lait He s0 it anvoral day wlttt the kMt lolke I KOIVOK L M lsnRUIObe Ge caller CtOUr t wa here 8uaduy ea I rMM to Loo UK K Q BUY sod f aoly bITS R6ee ta Caittowtw vtt to pand a few wMk with rrleate- MR OR O P BABVIMJJSO DAO idle was with her pereeu Dr aid Mrs keel Ballet MK SAMCBI PAKRIS aid wife of Wlochamr were gush of Mr aM Mr K H Dl y DIN SNVDKK of Urfjtivtll has lakI an a poilltea at MMM H In 8 OeW sWine Bargain Store DR AND MRS W W nUHOIN Of Ulobmoad were bere yesterday return of Obe ter laid III attended the burial of his I father Mr John O Horton MH ROUBKT WADDUS of Somerset was the guest of Miss Edna Ramiori who Is with MIt Anna Cook J Miss URTTIB QUJOINS of Crab Orchard I vUltlne the family of Mr J S HljTKln Soroorel Journal Mil W J MONTOOMHRV wife and pretty daughter of the South Fork sac tlon were caller at this oRloe Satur day MBSDAMBS L BCootcS M Owens J AL Owens and Misses Jennie and Lu oy McKlnncy loft this afternoon for the Worlds Fair Miss VIRGINIA IIOKBTT who has boon with her sister Mrs Will Sever anne returned to her homo at Shelby vllle yotteday Mil B U BEASLBY who has been In Dr Holme Hospital In Clnalnnatl for some six weeks was doing as well w at oould be expected at last accounts MISS FLOKBNCK GIVBNS of Stan ford who has bean visiting the family of her brother S W hyena left fort home Wednesday Mlddle boro News I MISS CAUIB HORTON who bas bean t In order to bl with her s To say we regret to MIss TBV18 CABPItNTBR ford U exacted Thursday to be the CMvtl of Mr Cliff Shropshire and M tea ljat y Prewltt for al of several woolca MID Cnrpeeur will be one of the brldwinald at the Br d leySouth wmdlnc In LouUvlllai Wednesday ev ttnlnc and will owns to Lexington fromI tbera LexInRton Dmoorat t WILL REYNOLDS died atBrodboad t Saturday I h ILCALS ISIJR my line of lap robes J O Mo Clary i VOTE early vote certain demo cratlo v STANTOUD Green mouse bulbs of all kind for tale JobnCbrlitman 2t Skid the Wonder the lna Dot Blait Stove at John Bright Jr 1 Co GLASSES to fit the eye and frames u Ht the face at Dr W N Craig Phai maaltt b1TUBC meet with Min Ophelia Laakev at 290 Wednesday afternoon NBXT month Is Xmas Dont fall It look at the pretty things you will nod at Mueller BULLETINS will be receive at the depot election eight Get a ticket from Agent J 8 like Bio POTAJOM J H Smith hat our thanks for a dve pound sweet pots te of t l own raleleg OCR craek foot ball team will RB to Laoeaiter Friday alt4wno0B aed play the eleven of that place eu Will per 18 eeate eab delivered at Poultry hoses H B IforttMOtUSiaeferd Turn v oer Idletaey work olttb will meet with MH KM Delta Otoyd at S oclock Friday atvereooB A IIIKBB VBAHOLU tea of James Beeeett ef the Ktigtvllle eeUondled Sveday of metabraetM eroop FOR Salerday only lSOfl iUeln of Imported tesoey aid Oeraaatown yarn at ft seats Allootor OTRR Leader u TUB ttylecofoer xcIrM coop and suit are absolutely oorreoi Price leM than other ask Severance Jt SOB SFEAKIMU Oeorire B Beudey aed T J11111 Jr will peak at MoKlanev Thursday eight pat 3rd Go nod bear lbs IK a ai May wood Roe day eight tour sets Wore demolished aid several Irate men wore more er lies bent WR are rooelviet a bU lei of coal of allcraiiet Kow U the time to buy while the road are Rood J H BauRh roan t Co Jit LOST Between Huitonvlllo and Mr Joaso StagRd via Stanford small blue enameled opofaoe watch Loather fob Parker and Davit check pend ant Lora Bohon MR M F ELKINO Lexington came over yesterday to register In answer to our quettton If be was going to make the race for State Senator he answered emphatically gee CONGRESSMAN OIHIBRTS speaking appolntmenu In Roekuaitlo are Mt Vernon Wednesday afternoon Llv IneitoQ Wednesday night Wlldlc Thursday afternoon and Brodhead on Thursday night THE National Benevolent Society will have a box supper and ontertaln mont at the It 0 T M hall at Way noburg on Friday night next Go and take a box with you The candidates lira epeolllllyinyited TUG NationalQankof Stan ford will offer for tale to the highest bidder before the court house on Mon in known on day of tale J S mocker president REPUBLICAN SvvanlclNGHon Gee Jenny the roaring bull of Basban of sxlntlon will fill Uon John W Yer kee appointment to epeak at Stanford a1 1 oolook on Thursday next Nov a A big crowd wilt likely gather to hear him Mr Yerkea bad to canoe bla ape IntmeeM on account of a throat koe ele T JBFF BRYANT Stanford Negro shot- 3ud Owaley a Danville colored gem nan at the Nero toot ball tame here Friday afternoon Owley was keep lOll the line clear oDd when be naked Bryant to stand book a quarrel ensued which resulted as above Tha ball truck owsley In the jaw and Inflicted a painful but not necessarily fatal round Bryant waived his examining trial and was bold to circuit court In 1200 L Mens Shoesoseat We have secured the agency for the celebrated JANES MEANS SHOE for Men There is more style and ser vice put into this shoe for 250 and 300 than any other Shoe made for the money All leathers all styles t SEVERA1 ae CE SON srrANFORD I INTERIOR JOURNAL lLQJa IWethII fMi tiJILCa OrobardI c1lsPlnlsablo ourlfeollnltlln WANTaDIroeIi freightwrest onI FIRE proof root paint at W N Craigs Pharmacltt Rorail LCMBBR abtnelej and tone o paste for sale H J MoRobarte MR DAVID SCOTT tells is that h hat an apple tree on his place which I In full bloom monies WAtiTKDwill bean Stan ford tomorrow Wednesday 2nd to buy 60 good fat horses Joo Jordan HAVE your Christmas stamping dODO by Mr C L Carter Stamping ever Tuesday and Friday Phone 101 TUB Young Ladles Mission Olrolt w li meet with Mlu Alvlra VanAr dole al 2 oeloek Saturday afternoon News coves bl Rev H B Cock rell formerlyof the Preaaheravllle sec Ion le dead of small pox In St Louis MY selection of holiday Rood la larg er and more select than ever and I guarantee the prices to be right W U Muller WANTBO to cfarm shaw Want aboa 010 Dr for eorn and 10 for grass Test have home J F Oath Mayweed Kr ate PlRK at Moils o destroyed two hotel ibreeMbtea see livery stable I one Metro ohereh threedwellleeboaa at aid 10 boreot oouleg 120000 Iota QKOKOB BCKDBTT bad the EBlefor Mee to break hU collar bone y 4ter day Qe was drlvter a team awl the wagon trltrlajc a bottle be was thrown from It ass patchily hurt ROAD the ad off C Thurmond and L K 81Ue IB this I Hue and write either of them tor particular aed prlee or RO to too them and they will show ym the ebeapeii property In Llnoeln eoHnfcy TAXRM nre eomloir In awfully slew remarked Sheriff M S Beo hman to us the other day The penalty will go on In a short while and you bad better not poatpooeloaKor the payment or tbo six per cent may be added to your taxes TUB nl of Judo Nichols of Boyle county to eejoln the ooaaty clerk from placing the name of Taylor Terbuee toe repabllcoa candidate for county judge oe the ballots was beard before Circuit Jedee Bell at Danville Satur day afternoon and a temporary restrain log order wee granted The ease will be taken to the court of appeals Ter huno tried to get on the ballot by pee Litton and It was claimed by Nichols that he did not tenure the requisite number of signers TilE artisticmusical evening Stanford has aver enjoyed will be tbo recital at Waltons Opera House Wed nesday evening Nov Oih In which tbo College of Music of Cincinnati will present Mr Fredrick J Hoffmann eon cert pianist and teacher of piano and Mr Carl M Oantvoort basso cantante and teacher of voice Mualo lovers In our neighboring towns are securing teat to enjoy the music tbat will be given by these artiste Reserved seats 50 cents On sale at MoUoborts drugstore THE attention th T toning paid to the study of music In our town demands that wo ehould employ a music critic When wa Rot rich wo Intend to one who knows what music Is jYo attend the musical performances In a wayloojoysuitable terms that a musician would use Is beyond our ken Never did wo fuel the need more keenly than In attempting to say something of the Re oltal given Friday evening last by Misses VJrglnla Bourne and Alllo Huff I takilagevery way pleating Every one reo members that theeo two young ladle II Wok the prize for the beet planiata at the State Tournament last That of Itself tptaks louder than anI thing we caa say In their praise Mes datne A O Huffman W C Shank and Miss Nell Warren lent their aid to the evenings eaiortaiuraent by each nintf log a pretty solo Berla Jean Penny the Hula whittler outwhittled the wtmtloiH r njy Lee Walton was call ed on at the feet noment to fill out one of tbe numbers and sang In a chlldUh unaffected manner Miss Baliou may well be satUtled with this the Urt of a series of recital to be given by her olaat a JUST IN Stylish skirts coats an suite at moderate rose Severance Son GBORUB WESLRY died atMlddlebur of Xux Ibis morning He ws about 11 etears old and was a substantial oltln W H BRADY has rented the room formerly occupied by Dr J B Deok and will open a grocery store In a fc days TUB docket of tho November term of court which begins Monday contain SO Commonwealth cases SO old ordlo rr 16 ordinary appearance 21 equity nppearaooea and SS old equities CARSON MtisNevll Carson a spice did cnrlstlan lady of Brodbead died or a oomplleatlon of troubles and was bur led Saturday She was one of thosi kindhearted gentle women who was loved most by those who knew her belt Her friend here and elsewhere dn saddened by her taking away A larRc crowd attended the burial attesting to some extent the love her people had for hr DtaR MR CANDIDATE FOR COONTI OrriceIf you will letsukde your rlOe for just one WHit and spend the tAme working toward carrying Lieooln oonn ty demooratlo next Tuesday the voter will be more wllllnif to bear veer fete of woe and will love you fur better But It you persist la elBgtngvour prate ea and telllar of your fltqerw for the of floe you aspire seed continue to nee toot the Important election almost aI hand Its democrats will turn a deal ea to you and let the house dog enter lain you instead of giving you the bets theyve trot at they nave been doiDIlO long A hint to the wise It cuUlolaot A VOTBR NOTICE I All parties owing te estate of J U Marta pet tIe ml Nee All prtle to whop tha MUM U Indebted seed Itemized errs stet so unlflett IR O llomo Aft MlllcNbar Ky Nice Home For Sale I llavlig 3eotdd to retail to osowt I over for tale privately DIY drops on Rl IMla Street la Staaford The reteaee Ira six room cottage bread saw bath room and all canvBl wce TIle lot eD UtiallI about IK acre of lead sad ihi home Is a dellghlfat sue For farther particu tan call on or write me at gowenet J n Rick or Wm Reek at Stan- fordPUBLIC SALE FRIDAYNOVEMBER 111904 Having deceived partnership we will sell all our Stock Crops Imple meate on tb- eJESSE F COOK FARM 5 Miles E of Stanford 38 tonl sheaf oats 15 tone mixed bay 500 ihoeki of corn 10 shocks of fodder lot tit trpptor and blaokmnlth tools binder mowers drills coru planter burrows plows wheat tan and other farming Imple ment 1 steel tiro buckboard 1 bike runabout 1 buggy a slated surrey all vehicles of tbo best make and used very little nerd of Registered llerkihlre Hogs herd of registered Poland China hogs These are sows and boars and gilts weighing 123 to ltd pounds from sires and dams of the best herd In Kentucky and Illinois and olote up In blood to World Fair winners Herd of Registered Short Horn cattle consisting of cows yearling and wean llnrcatTes II fat hogs weighing about 175 pound- 6 good Jersey milk cows some fresh i palm of good work mules 1 mule colt 1 pair of gray rercberon geldings S and S years weight 1350 pounds each and good workers saddle mares well broke and bred to 1rwton MS good mare mule A German Coach 7 yours old lillome gelding good walkers yearling T90 oetta by nigh 2 registered yearling fillieshy Highland Denmark TJO 1 twojearola IUyby Hlchland Denmark 7TOOarload of unbrueded 1yoar old leAn IdlngII mares and Borne Indian potites well brokaa to Idle lied harness t yearllat Jacks 1 Jack oolt all black pointsStito promptly at II a mKo reserve No postponement All soma SW and uador cnih i over of a muattt Note negotiable and payable at the Pint Nutluaal Hank of Stanford bearing I I Mr aflruY8llurltylien euula a dUUace will stoput 8t Aaab Hotel as our pftIe when they will lied Ronveyaoco to farm For cata logue of registered stork or other further lofor1I8Uo apply to J F Cwk Lxlult ton Ky COOK A KERB Stanford Ky OBI Gen A lisle AUto I iiieiii ei fi FANCY SILK WAISTINBS S This is the line that goes in the slaughter this week Dont fail to take advantage of this great CUT in PRICES We lire offering the entire line of fancy Silks ISO come early nnd you will find some chpice f things I John P Jones The Flat Iron Is the newest thing in Hats We have them in all colors and prices just in Also John B Stetson Hats in Light and Blacks 350 and 450 aem Terms Cash HJiYS Roberts Baruain StoroI- s I Now OpenI I I With K till lino of ClotWug Dry Good Drip QjcsI Notion si E i Goods add clioupor Umn you ever heard of them Tatanyca c lu utu pale the price nml tab live goods Cull tw1 Sflt what e hay gut OurIprice will turprko you l S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY v rF- 1 Tlffi INTERIOR JOURNAL Sntertd n t Stanford aI utondelan lUtIb r abldhdTudwpwadFrStlwtaAT 31 PER YEAR CASH alas Wkin not itpaldeaOO will beharj l KNOXVILLE DIVISION No II Train going North M 101im- o25 t Nt26IIN II South 1225- pmBd1a CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In ConnectionI eonJ H Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ns oa Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal R JTIitlwau Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beer Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Orasa Deer Case keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone S6 Stan ford Ky Patl Ttraylor DBALTB IK WHlsku Brandt Wines Beer Ginars Etci CarpenterDepotSClose to AHFO D KY t Prom pollt sttentlon Nothing but the WI to drink Mall phone cr tleerapb orders receive prompt stttntlsn Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furn turo Have a special line of Rugs for the Roll days Winter Uobo Ilul ding Paper Sash ana DOOrs Olaescut file Mrs O B- PrultthH a nice line SOl Fall and WInter Mllllniry PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky f t LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persous wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We have a number of sine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to soil It In our hands OBlce at Boonos Livery Stable Stanford Ky R B Mahony Insurance fluent blleiU a share of the patronage or the property owners In the c unties of inooln and jGt who may be eekl gtn surtce against fire Lightning and Toraadu None but Use 41 rOIt t and best Uld Line Car paoioa rcprroented and the low eat pnMible rate are guanrlerd Phone n- 2Stanford Kentucky MBS CECELIA STOW Orator Eutre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CUICAOO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to Fet well 1 however operationMywell as lfor home with n sick woman in a dioconsolato at Lest A friendly druggist advised him to get a Wine of Cardai for me to and be did so I began toimprovomnfewdavsand- my recovery was very rapid With i in eighteen weeks I was another being er l tMrs Stt e4 Jetter shows woman Low a home is saddened completelyWino nen and brings health and Lapp ncas again Do not on suffer lug Go to your druggist today and secure a 1100 Wine of CanluL WINEotCIRmJJ t J I r C WARREN IRlair ef the Uneoln County Court subject M the action ol the rfesoeratlc r rty JAS P BAILEY UacsJU fir reteclloll IJoaItt nf the Uncle County CarL ssbf act to me actfen ol the DeraecrtHc ratty THOMAS D NEWALND 6R is I canSl ate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject II Ui action ol th democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD Is scanaUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject I tn amen of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I s canlldat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject N me action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN li I candlJatrtor sheriff of Lincoln county subject to lit action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS li a canllltt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject u me action ot the democratic party DINK FARMER la s candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject tom action of th Democratic party JAMES C HAYS ii a esndtJste for JaHer subject to the action of the Uaocratlc party W I HERRIN li s canlUite fr JaMer subject to me action of the liDOcratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Sspeftatenlent of lublle Scheoli tl Lincoln Uooflty sect to the actfen of tb demo intic party MISS KATeBOGLE Is a candidate for SttperinMndeet of Public Scboots it Lincoln county subject M the action of the dee e critic party GARLAND SINGLETON SupeetsteedeatIubhc of action of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub IKt to the action ot the democratic rally GEORGE T WOOD sacaadUatc for AswINr of Lincoln county tub pct to me action et Ine demmtK rail D C ALLEN li a candidate for Assessor ef Lincoln musty sub let U UM acttoo of tee Ueotwratic party EMMETT MCORMACK It a candidate for Assessor of Lbtesta esMtjr sub ten u the acme of tM deecratk party W A CARSON Is s candidate for Assessor of Unto la ce im tab Itctto the urge of me democratic party r E D KENNE Y Ise candidate for AsttsMr of Uocokn cWHy sskject 10 me actkm of thdsscrattc party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate tor county atvwwy ef LteoWn coMty lubject to tae acrtoo of the democratic party 1iIHI1lerof the democratic party AW CARPENTER li a casdMal for Congress vtttt M UK Kflssvef mt rVoMMUon patty WSBURCH Is a casJUaK for Coat of Lincoln t M ty subject to tho action of tie Democratic pstty W L MCARTY I a undid for Sberldof Lsscata county subject to the scion at easwcnUc party JAMES T ROBERTS Of tile East End Is a c MNsle far an plufrais stA jKt to late sctwe of the desMcnrtkt prkMry 1904 CHARLES REDD It a candidate for Justk of tks Peat te tile Cubd Orchard Mactstsrtal district Mttect to the actl the Dmecrstk Prisury Dec J tft is ins Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ANOe5LLIZIta FnrnltureIIInttlng Rug8 They will BrcfeQDje Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD EEHTDOKY J+ G+ McG UfY T7NDSBTAEBB EMBALMER And Dealear In SAENESS SADDLES OI Stanford KyI LAND STOCK CROPS ETC jB W Games eold to W 0 Burton horse for 1175 Ed Scott sold to S Morgan a bunch of shoats at Sic Lutes d Co have 75 homeraise black taco ewes for sale Will lam about Jan 15 Fox d Logan sold W P DeLoojj a team of three year old mare mules for ItOO Advocate FOR 8ALEA tine Jersey cow wltl young calf subject toregUtcr Mrs W B McRoberteCO P Huffman bought of W B Shanks a bunch of betters at Sa and o S L Burdett some hags at Sic R C Nunnoltev sold to J S Mur pbv 160 barrels of corn at 12 In field and a lot of Gogs to same at 4Jo HORSES WANTED I will be In Stan ford tomorrow Wednesday 2od to buy 50 good fat horse Joe Jordan FOR SALE Nice steers weighing 815 pound also 25 yearling steers weigh about 700 pounds D M Anderson r Preacbersvlllc Ky 2i The famous old sire Wagner among whOao get were Flying Dutchman I Grand Opera and the wonderful black marc Imp Is dead In FayetteIAt the meeting Thoroughbred sociation at Lexington Col E F Clay of Paris was made president and B S Gentry of Lexington secretary Rue Curry of Harrodsbbrg sold the T S Hagan farm consisting of 210 acres near Mareellus Garrard county at ISO to hack Blkln of Winchester This Is the farm formerly owned bv I M Dunn At the sale ol W B Bennett Fri day In Garrardgoodprloes ruled thro out The farm of 100 acres was withdrawn at Ella OS aores wore with drawn at 845 and 20 acres were sold tc James Rogers at U3 Corn brought 12 15 cows 823 tq ISA horses 800 t 1160 In a signed statement President W B Hawkins of the Burley Tobaccc Growers Companysays that the move went to handle the output of Burley tobacco Is about to fall from a lack of sup port from the growers lie says capi talists who were to back the movemen have demanded that a showing bemadi by Nov 6 and be calls for Immadlatt response from the growers POLITICAL Indiana democrats are preparing t make the closing week of the campale the hottest tn the history of politicsSenator Fairbanks addressed a fairly largo crowd of Louisville republican In the horse Show building Saturday afternoon being Introdueed by forme Gov W 0 Bradley The Indictments recently retarnc against the commissioners end officer of the Western Asylum for the Insan at Hopklnsvllle have been dletaUia on demurrer by Judge Cook In addition to the speeches previous lv announced It is stated ttat Jadn Parker will deliver an address In Jer eey City N J this week and will also address the democratic rally It Cooper Union Now York AT a meeting of republicans at Coy legion resolutions were adopted con demnlng the action of Chairman Eras as tyrannical and elating that L T Ap plegate the republican nominee foi Congress In the Sixth district dON mot deserve tbe support of any republlont who stands for clean pelltlct FROM THE ASHES Baltimore Familys Experience Points a Moral to Residents Of Stanford The visitor to Baltimore today scarce ly realizes that Iswt than a yeaS ago tally ha was almost destroyed by a memora be are A similar comparison might be made by George W Nally one of tbe leading citizens of IHIUmore at to the cliange In his own looks A short time ago Mr Many writing from his home address 2213 Barclay St says I have been troubled for years with oatarrh and had losarted to all remedies that oould be thought of My wife wet also afflicted with this terrible disease bat all the treatments we need were an absolute failure until we tried Ilyomei It worked like a charm aad haa made a oompfete cure In both our ease G L Penny the local agent for Ilyo mel ball M louoli faith In the treatment that be give his personal guarantee to refund the money In otfSe it does not benefit A complete OUlflt ooals 1 the eau LottlOi are buHO cent Ask to see the strong guarantee under which llymmi is solil e eGarrard county received eight med folluweBanksH A B Markibury t Son bump brooxi medals J H Ward Bryant vllle seed sliver medal j R Basel len clover seed bronze modal J S Johnson barley bronze medal H A B Marlcsbury rye seed bronze medal P A Robinson millet seed bronze medal J P Upton red top grass seed bronze medal- Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tab lots are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by all druggists Mrs Phoebe Ham mutter of State Auditor finger Is dead a C AaB JONES IBrokornnd Commission Merchant IIDANVILLE KY setIand Chicago Free telephone swrtee customers Office on ltd Street la t81 building All trades guaranteed FARM FOR SALEI I doalrc to sell mr farm of In acres on fulUrImproved watered wltb three never falllni springs and lire ponds In tact you Lave toice the place toutidentand the many con veniences I want to toll In next M dope I also want to soil my stock consisting of itMonnots aged 1 and 3 years old 5 jacks 3 jack colts seven mares and mules 1 race byothat have a llttlo detect but are rood work ore will soil them for 1100 If sold at once Will sell farm and tock together or sepa rately Any one wanting a farm and outfit will do well to call at once and secure one theIryu for sale II n KINO Moreland Ky OFFICIALCALL Democratic Primary Election for County Officers Sat Iurday Dec 304 II A primary elactioo i + hereby railed oa Saturday December 3rd 1904 In all the voting precincts ol Lincoln county ai the regular voting place between the houof 6 a m and 4 pat for the purpose of selecting democratic candidate lor Representative County lodge Coolly Attorney County Clerk S Assessor School Superintendent Jailer toroeer Magistrate Semiyor and CoeetaMe s All democrat who are reteiMte of said county and why are legal voter or 7opective precincts and are invited and re quested to do so 3 Every candidate except candidate for Surveyor Coroner Magistrate aril Constable who desire to have name printed on the ballots to be used ia soil primary mutt deposit with the Chairmai of the Committee on or before ll oclock midnight is days before the dale for holding aid primary the woof to be used in defraying the expenses of holding said primary election and at the time of making mud deposit each candi dale must give written notice to said Chairman that he desire to be a raadi elate at said election and notice to the- o Chairman stall be rake to the Commit tee diierof voters the Democratic Committee ol such own Ue or the Cbairntan thereof is authorized and directed to cease the names of democrats registered at the last general registration to be copied into sep ante book M it required by taw 5 Said election shell be held in all respects as is required by law for holding primary election and a uniform ballot willie used in every precinct and the Chairman of the Committee hereby authorized and directed to cause to be printed bound and distributed to the a slow precincu the ballots for each pro elect lie is further directed to purchase and distribute in each precinct the none asp paraphernalia for boldingsaid pri mary election 6 The Democratic County Committee shall appoint the officer in each precinct to hold the election sad they are to be selected Iron lists famished by the candi date at lent 10 day before said election and to lieu nearly equally divided as possible as to Judge ClorVt and SheriBm onirthe polls are closed proceed at mre to count the votes cart for each person for said office and after counting the ts they will return the ballots to the times sealing up the boxes and the Sheriff and of the election precincts will with itety Committee at the courthouse The lrKinclwillber of votes cast for each person otnd for for the said office and will place sid statement in an envelope and deposit it in the respective ballot boxes 7 The precinct ballot boxes andall returns are to be made to the Chairman the County Committee end if he is not in the county to the Secretary of the County Committee at the Courthouse in the time required by law to wit within two days after said election 8 And no the next day alt saidrt turns have been made the Counlv tmmitten shall meet and canvass the returns and certify the lime 0 The Secretary of this Coinmi lire i directed to give public notice of this 1c lion as in required t y law and vutrinui delay to In the event there Ia surplus rr maining after defraying the expenses of it shall be returned to those protportion in which it was paid by them and should be a deficit then the ran toasupply to al6e ment for anyoffice Provided however if no more than one candidate shall havq complied with the condition herein imposed by November 18 1904 then the Chairman of the Committee is directed toreconvene the Committee as soon thereafter as predictable and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the democratic part for said office and to beets to him a certificate of north nation ii The order of the ballot shill be as follows State Senator Representative in General Assembly CountJude County Attorney County Assessor Tailor School Superintendent Coroner Surveyor Magistrate and Con table This order of each candidates name who may enter said primary shall be determined by lot The entrance fee for the various offices are Sherifl 830 judge ero Represents tire Bro Jailer duo Assessor 820 Su perintendent eta County Attorney Jao County lIoJ F IIOLUAM Chm W II SHANKS Secy First National I Of Stanford Ky originally SSOOOOj established 1 of Stanford In 1151 National Hunk of again rooriranUed ai hark of Stanford la an uninter year It li better BankLINCOLN for transact and well than over honorable career Solicited Fiduciaries and Cor Parton Hhsnki Walker Oeo Garter poster doooli Shanks Farmers Dank Trust and under name such business will prove 8T IlAHRlt Pros jJ Olu- W Ohr Reid Danville Harris Uoflher Tanner MoKlsuxy HIre 111111 Stanford Jas Huoble DL Pettus Stanford Ed Carter t If COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO Directors J B J n Owley 8 II W 0 W J It It 0 WUUummlni IltlghtIL w II toTheSuccessors R Oompany continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping relations mutually beneflelal Officers J 8 IIOOKHK fnflV MaUOIIHUTS n WBAURNAsst Directors F 8 T Stanford J 8 Stanford K L M D Stanford B H Stanford T Robinson J II Dauxbrnan Stanford J Stanford IOfficers B n 8I1ANRB lrostdest J n OWSLEY W M Aiit Oaiblsrf Window Glass Putty EtcAt Pricey 4I Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Phone No 13 If Stanford Kentucky IMPORT SHIPMENT 1 Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought TO town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEORGE H HARRIS COD J Stanford Kentucky I Our TentCent Toilet Soaps AlMosdOream DrlrIUS4 CuP Tar- Cotmo VirodoreHueodon ButtersBilk aeasm Inr1 8N Tbcee fro the broads you will re ia our Show Window this week PENNYS DRUG STORE Ky tonel 1fJI1IVMADAMSSONLcxlngtony I SHOES r AVe are now showing n grout line of FALL and WINTER SHOES fur nil sizes of feet Call iu and let us chow you our lino before making your FALL PURCHASES W E Perkins Oahlnr Stanford Crab Orchard 1 Ky 1 t