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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1 I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I r j J VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1904 3PM NO75 HUBBLE tbarlta Blanks tern Irom Indiana on a Tlklt Corn It moving readily at 12 lo this community Higgins Aloorn lost another oblld from typhoid fever last week Joseph Davis bought tbo McGuire farm of 40 acre oa Dlx river for 12100 i Mrs J A Hammond li In Lexing ton to see her daughter wbo U In Ham A Ilion College Bro4 Rot sod Oacys meeting at the Methodjst church le being attended by good crowd Bro Tinder will UU bit pulpit at the Christian oburab Sunday afternoonJames Brattoo hiss fino elrl at bli bouts JC Eubanks kiss typhoid fever and Is doing fairly well Mitt Fdonte full hai been eonflned to her bid from tUeklog a taotc In her foot James WtlmotsoM his farm on Dlx river near hen at 147 60 per wore to J U Weaver sod bought the Franklin Uwtlty farm of 86 acres on the Stanford nod Lancaster pike at 83W All dislike to give Mr Wllmot up but wn am clad to say we are gelling a food nun U hi place IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES New hops far the Qawsn Jk CreMeI railroad to oot JWOWW will hi bunt at either aomlr1 or Chattanooga W DoJd Morrow of Somerset wfco uodtrweet ao operation at Kortee In flrsairy this week for appendicitis I f resting wU LouUvllIe Time MadasCeelllaEpptohouien Bailey will be at the Daofllle opera house r rrtdayweek under the antplees of the + local ol the United Daughter y of the OotIlederaorIJj Mill Oreo ol AUamMt who hid tee teen and been In many dlll was shot through a window by 11lla1 atsatain white eating his and instantly killed Mtll Nancy Nmnellev steed Willie G Nunnclloy her brotbswU law for 110000 alleelar alsedar TIM easn was tried In the Pula kl elrsjtsli ctwrt cud a Jury Rave tbs pUUtlff 041o eat lied- ens Doesnt Respoot Old Ago Its thaiMfal wben Oudlflla to slow projwr rreM for old sde bit just the eoMtrary In tM eau el Dr KIngs Sew LUc Mlla They eel off maladie wo mat- a tilt bow setae and IrrMfMtiv of oW ale DyspnHa Jaondlet Fever Coo aUpattM all ieId to tUe peffwt pill Ac at Pennys I nil two For Sale Privately Mt bras aad 1 aerw ut lied tIaatd- jag Mlsld of Iowa lUatta oa MM 8oreset- pike How IaI root kMcU cad nr +aats room good cedar 4aM and all HMMMry oaabelldlup Waior bydra t tn Ib aad oae tor well riJP IIAIJ1n BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH Navtag 4cldd to gilt toei bmfTT be- lar I wtn sell for the east ee day at owl for sob u CM load of MantM I rra- yrunuai sad Ilcabeordst atoo a lot of I fleas Ttwry an all be laat style tad tot rate Pet of the nbkle am rubber find UoaM aoas aaad pa a bar- gala as oan iMfur thr an all gun OCRTM OOVCB OrabOrek ril Ky HOME FOR SALE It not aid pdTataly toN I will Mil at public a itt ia a Nov II couatv cert day sly hoes la Orad School du rid out ot CIN 11tH TM boa I a MM mar eo W ad beN wave acres of lase fuel water aad OuUo- aM Yuaaf orchard 1JOHN OHKHTM4N Maaford Ky E D0 Peyton DMALEU IX Staple and Fancy Groceries I Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE t t drain to sit nrlrawly try hotel propr tyaadllverytablehi lllton viII Ingcan bI a orprivato rldHe and ta Well arranged for two tatlIIM eta ble hue It itallt and U In good repair PIn tv water at barn and hotnl It house Is not fold by Jan 1 will rent It and can give pos BMk n oa that date Can Rive pMMMloa of barn If rented or sold iepur t II House and barn newly oorered Ho tel It In Oradi rt School dltrlet Fur further particular call on or addrosa OAUlENTEK Hnitonrllle Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I lUTlnn boon in tho Tailoring builno nil my life I feol confident In saying I Topronont one of the beat tailoring arms In the country With my experience in taking measures end dlrectons I give your cloths are bound to bo satisfactory a my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prlcoa aro the samo as inex perlenced men who aro In tho buducas also have a nice line of fancy cheviot ROIl other suiting I will out and make If desire at a moderate price Thank 1youyou for past favors I nm yours H O RUPLEY the Tailor HIGHLAND Water Is almost a earee as money Wm Long got one of his feet consid erably mashed while hauling logs Mr J C Elder who came from Illi note a few days ago and bought tbo Bryant place from T W Hutchison Is with his brotber In law N L Wright ColTeys saw will has not run for tome time on account of having no wa ter He keeps hauling loge with tbe hope that It will rain some time this fall Elsa Opodpaatcr and Miss Erma Young were married on the 31st by Rev JMCooic at the home of the bride mother They left yesterday for Mr Good palLer home near Nlcb olasvllln Tim Hutchison has moved to the Bryant plaoo and J M Adklns has moved loathe Hutchison plaoe Messrs James and Montgomery of Mercer and Mr Cora of Garrard have moved In aid taker pomslion of their places re ounMy bought heres lea Baugb will move to the H P Yooog place this wnokU P Young one of our oldest cltl seat died on tbe Sftth attar ao Illness of two your of consumption the last 14 month ol which he was ooooaad to his room from the effects ot a dUlotm ed hip During his lotiglllneM be was never heard to murmur nor complain but born bis sufferings patiently to the lat Ills remains were laid to rest In the burial ground at tbe Methodist church after funeral services conducted by tbe pastor Rev G H Cannon as sisted by Revs J M Cook John God bey and George F Tbsmpion ot the Methodist oburob aad Elds J M Long Carr and Jones ot the Christian obureb who also acted as pall bearers H D Newell of Ansel Rev George F Thompson and wife of Eubanks Rev John Uodbey and wife of Bethel Ridge Mr and Mrs J W Long of Gilbert Creek 0 M Jones of May wood sod R It Ragan of Preachers vllln wore present At the burial- MATRIMONIAL T L J Vita book and Miss Bessie Oaigb both of the Highland seotlon were made one on the Sd- Rlehard Murphy aged 18 aad Miss Lou Elutobtsoo 21 were married at Thomas Carters Wednesday Tbe marriage of Miss Llda Arnold and Den King was very quietly cats bratedatthe bride residence Wed Besday afternoon at S oeloeK Elder P MTlBd roaiolailD Thxurat H Colllfis and Mill Annie Ntale DeoMtt both of Richmond err prised their friends by being quietly married Rev J W Crates of tbo Methodist oburob officiated Mr R L Myers and Mitt Bertha Dlsboo both of Moreland drove to Stanford Tuesday aftoraoon aad were Joined la wedlock holy bonds by Rev P J Rw at the Methodist parsonage Th Shadytide Preabft rlai oburob r Pluebunr one of UM wtwItbltM hvrokM ID that oily lies called Dr J KUMr Smith of the Poors Aveeoe PrMbyurUsi ehuroh Loolsvllle lo the pastoral Nathan MoCaele and Mies LeoYooum of Dugaoevltle alorocr oounty left home osuoelbly to to out for a drlre and wound up by going to tbe residue of Rev Mr Jokuon sod eel line married Ai the homo of Mr and Ups A A Baroes In Knoxville John W Bates and Miea Lillle E Miller two well known young people of Somerset were untied In marriage by Rev J M Rich mood pastor of tbe Fourth Presbyterian ohuroh u Only Makes n Bad Matter Worse Perhaps you have never thought of II but the tact most be apparent to everyone that con Upatloa U caused by a luck of water in the system and the use of drastic cathartic like the old fashioned pills make a bid matter worse Cham berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in their pITeots and when the proper dont U taken their action IB ao natural that one can hardly roaliie it is the eflect of medicine Try a 36 cent bottle of them For sale by all druggists J A trayuler from the Km shortly af tor leaving Kansas City naked the porter bow long It would be before tbo train emerged from the tunnel through which it was then pawing DIs aint no tunnel sob It replied the porter Wet jee paula fru do Kansas corn belt and de tall stalks shuts out do sun You wont see no mo daylight fob 200 miles SHORTHAND AND BOOKKEEIMNCJ Taught thoroughly by mall Teachers can increase their earning capacity by taking a course For Information write- J W Davis 427 Madison Avenue Covlngton Ky 4t I Jesse R Grant youngest son of Gen US Grant has declared for Judge Parker for president t NEWS NOTES John Uirllng a 14 yearold boy was killed by a stray Halloween shot at Westfleld N J Wilson Newman a saw mill mao was caught In a belt at Midland City and fatally mangled I Attempt wore made bv Incedlarios to destroy tbe Palace ot Justice and the Palace of State In Milan W A Cannon one of 1lyIbest known merchants and unexpectedly of Indigestion In response to demands by insurance companies better fIre service will be at once established atMt Sterling Within IS hours lour men were killed aod a fifth mortally wounded In person al altercations In the Birmingham Ala district Five thousand ooal miners have been thrown Into Idleness by tbo strike of hoisting engineers In the Spring Vallov ooal folds of Illinois Fitting services In memory of tbo late Copt Ed Porter Thompson were held at Frankfort In the halt of the Rouse of Representatives- Two persons who partook of pudding In a New York tbnatrlnal boarding SUMS are dying from poison Itoootaln eel Its believed a wholesale poison was attempted William T Richards while tearing down an old chimney of a log house that was over 100 year old on Qdloks Run Mason oouoty found a small tin box containing 1515 In gold Ten miners were being lowered Into asuatat Naotlcoke Pa when tbe cage became unmanageable and drop ped to tbe bottom a distance ot 700 feet All the men were either crushed to death or drowned The court of appeals ruled that the Stale cannot recover on the bond of ex Auditor Sweeney for money paid by him to tbe Taylor militia It His ac tion It is held was Irregular but In nowise prejudiced the State Ole man was killed and 40 persons were Inured by the explosion of a box of dynamite at Mt Vernon N Y Tbo property lot Is estimated at 1100000 The dynamite was lying under abridge where It was being used for blasting purposesMrs Cox and Mrs Sarah Shaw are dead through the mistake of Miss Funk a nurse at the city hospital In Indianapolis The women were reoov ering from typhoid fever and the phy sician bad instructed sterlllied water to be administered them but unsterll lied water was used A reservoir ot the municipal water works plant at WlastonSalnra N C gave away dBUklng the lo+n of nine lives and the Injury of several persons Four tenement houses were washed several hundred yards by the torrent of water OtUolals are Investigating the oauae of the aeeldent Poor bandits rode Into Cody Wyo killed the cashier of a bank who rests ed their demand fur money and fled to ward the famous Hole tatheWaU with a big posse In pursuit Buffalo BUI and a party ot his scoate now on the way from Omaha In a epeolal oar will join In thn chase of tbe outlaws when they arrive at Cody Jamna U Beodrli a young nan prominent lo social sod military trelse la Montgomery Ala was killed on k p of a bank building by a live else trio light wire wbloh be wail trying to cut A stick of dynamite and n pet of barclnrs tuolswblobwere found by his side lodloate that he WM endeavoring to gain access to the bank Mfe for the purpoae of robbing It fact ensueDesplM that the rn ports show that tbn Americana are suadlly drifting toward vegetarianism wn are Btlll the greatest meat eaters In the world Our meet still oosta usevc- cry year 1100000000 morn tbau our vngetttblea Including Imported veffnu bln foods In the aggregate wn A mar loans pay evorr year about 1250000 000 for food or about 130 a year for the raw food for each person In addition to the foregoing It may interest you to know that among the meat foods the egg bill 149900000 Is greeter than that for any other Item except cattle trj2QOO000 und sheep Iil70000000 and that the bill for milk butter and choose 122000000 Is near ly four tines as largo as that for flab oysters and all other aso foods Pear eons MagazineDisastrous Wrecks Carclesssncsa is responsible for many a railway wreck and the tame causes are making human wrecks of sufferers front Throat and Lung troubles Uut since the advent of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Leldseven the worst cases can be cured nod hopoless re all nation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Gregg of Dorchester Maw is one of many whose life wna saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great rem Lungdisensosand f1 Trial bottles free LANCASTER The lake contains plenty of water but Manager Beaaley Is very careful with It- Farmera In some parts of the county aro hauling drinking and stock water four and five miles Tbe railroad company has bad a water plug placed In the stock pens which Is ol Inestimable value to shippers Much work Is being done on tbe Rowland branch of the K C and we have good prospects of a better road bed Senator Geo Farris one of the beet posted men on the road predicts a land slide for democracy not only In Kentucky but throughout tbe nation A number of Lancaster Old Fellows weaL to Plot Lick Saturday night to do some work and report a most cor dial reception and enjoyable time The local political t Is beginning to sing a little but not much steam Is rising The democrats are wide awake but If the republicans are doing anything It Is on a still hunt IDIlIIner than older citizens have ever seen It but there are some deep boles In 110I wblob will last for some time The democratic county committee pissed suitable and appropriate resolu lions In regard to the resignation of Judge M D Hughes as Its secretary Judge Hughes la a wheel boss in tbo partyMr Mlle the republican candidate for Congress made a Dr Hunter visit to Lancaster last week Tbat la be tipped In and tipped out with that gum shoe catlike tread for which the llth district sago la so well known Cattle are being sold at most any old price Farmers have no water and they are forced to sell for what they can get Quite a number of bogs are being ship ped to Cincinnati While tbe farmers would much rather watt awhile yet the drouth Is forcing them to sell and ship nowWblle MIke Blklu and Took Hubble are Lincoln county men yet they have been In Garrard so much sod are extensively connected here that our people look upon them as bomeIfolks It will be a hose and how GarIrardIgnoring the Battle Row floaters In tbeIcomlcg campaign This Is a good Now If tbe people of Lancaster will refuse to contribute the usual amount of food and clothing this winter these trifling men will have to go to work Battle Row Is a disgrace to civilisation h CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Hoglo will preach at Val oD1 Opera House Sunday morn lug Elder J O Livingston will preach at Halls Gap ohuob Sunday morning at 11 oalook insieadof the second Sun day The meeting at Harmons Llek oloted Sunday with fM additions Tbe presett leg was done by Rev Tye ol WlHtems burg Elder J O LlvlapatoD jweaohed Lea tlBersb ol idles Nevll Careen and Wm Reynolds at oat tine In the Christian ohureb 01 Brodbnad There have been 17 professions as the result of RT 0 M Buye preach leg at thn Baptist church The meet Ing will continue over Sunday The choice of a Bishop to succeed the late Bishop T U Dudley probably rests between the ReT Dr W T Manning of New York and the Roy Dr Frank Du Moulin of Chicago As a result of a meeting held at Free dom church Rookeaatln county Rev Thomas Smith baptised 20 converts Wednesday Tbe scarcity of water made It necessary to build a dam below two springs and it took several days for tbe pool to fill up sufficiently to be used for baptismal purpoaes Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which relieved1 mo One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and determined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of ruino have been cured of Kheumatlsni Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility This is what B F Bass of Fre mont N 0 writes Only We at ldn nys drug store Why is It that some business men will bowl about the beef trust the oil trust the steel trust aodall other trusts except tho most glpantlo tbo whisky trust y But will walk Into a barroom and without a grunt plank down the price of a pound ot trust beef for a gulp of poison that coats the saloon keeper three cents Truly this Is a funny world A W O Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lots are brooming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by all druggists s H and Pe Gloves I We are sole ngcnte for tHis famous line of gloves The now Fall stock is all ready and wo can show you a fine assortment in all colors anti you weights a few Ovelcoatsjj 1 1 jWuUa I H J HEINZ COS I I New goods just received at W H HIGGINS j If you want something good to eat leave jour flt order for Cherry Peach Blackberry Strawberry Pine Apple Red and Black Raspberry Damson i Preserves also Apple Butter Sweet and Sour 1 Pickles India Relish Queen Olives Evaporated 1 i Horse Raddish Sweet Onions Chila Sauce Tomato j Chutney Baked Beans Mustard Dressing Worchester and Pepper Sauce Pearl Onionsc W H HIGGINSI I t STANFORD KYjTHE NEW STORE J Isthe Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEYIAVe with to announce to tho people of Stanford and surrounding country that our FILL tend WINTER stocK ot DryIGowls Clothing Shoes Hats and Gap Lodie sod ituts FuntUiingc ii now complete and we invite eitdi and every one to visit our Store nod examiuo our stock and prices which we j hope wilt be of interest as well as important to yourself as to n uer Doiit forget The New Store It is the place to gut the jest Goode for the Lout Money 1 bdFrO4d Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky HOT CAKEIY1 I Prices on a few small Heating Stoves that I liavo left Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of these snitI I o you I can save yon somo money Ifyon are interested in J It warm air furnace call at my shop and sue the Fatric naco that yill heat a 7 to 9 room house with tho FulIless full than two grates will burn 1 s H ALDRIDGEf i Depot Street Stanford Ky 1I n C R McCormackDealer I i Fine Staple ancf Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville JA t I thEffirEuoelounnatiE BEFORE another lesue of this paper Is prlDted the battle of tbe ballots will have been fought and let ue all hope Parker Davle Cantrlll and Gilbert elected Most of the voters have made up their minds and ar uraeht now will anount to little but let ua Impress on every democrat tbe Importance of vot lug It le no eecret that the republl cans are using every power at their command to carry Lincoln county and unless every democratic voter doee ble duty they will do eo A few etayat bomee might lose Lincoln to the ene mydont let the calamity of It fall on your shoulders but vote and lee that your neighbor does likewise It will take only an hour or so to drive to your precinct and you can well spare the time and trouble when there Is so much at etake Let us Impress on your letting nothing prevent you from voting but vote voto early and last but not least vote under the rooster THE boss political liar has taken up his residence at Indianapolis and this Is what he sends out Two or three men have rolucteered to serve wlthoutcom pensatlon in each of the 3300 voting precincts In Indiana Tuesday to bring out tbe vote No money will be epent to Influence voters That there has been a great drift ot public sentiment toward Judpe Park er there Is no doubt The prospects are good and I firmly believe we will win says W F Sbeeban chairman of the democratic National executive committee So mote It be TtIB election next Tuesday will decide whether or uot Negroes will con tloup to be dined In the White House Tbis is only one of tbe many important questions to be settled Go to the polla and vote your sentiments PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT bas I sued a proclamation setting apart Thursday Novembers as a day of Thanksgiving but what Teddy will have to give thanks for we cant Imagine TUE gambler say that Roosevelt la a sure winner but tbe voters are for Parker This being tbe caw there Is little If any doubt about the result or Tuesdays election AN hour spent In gotag to your pre clnct and voting will be time wall spent Let nothing keep you from voting MANY predict a landslide next Tuea day Let us alll join In hoping that tbe elide will come our way- POLITICAL Republicans made a futile attempt to break up the democratic rally In New ark N J which was addressed by Judge Parker Vote brother vote Vote for certain Remember the rooster When you go behind tbe curtain The fact was made public that Free ident Roosevelt was painfully Injured by being thrown from his horse a week ago last Sunday- A Wheeling dlspatcn says that tbe Standard 011 Co has Issued a hurry or der for their employee to support tbe republican State ticket In West Vir giniaSenator Fairbanks has been discuss lag the wool question He Insists that a tariff on wool benefits the sheep tale er by Increasing the price of wool and In the next breath tells the working men of the country that a tariff on woolen goods cheapens them No won der a sheep is afraid of man Bryans CommonerJudge delivered four speech es yesterday In Connecticut speaking to largo and enthusiastic gatherings The principal address was made last night at Hartford and tbe other meet tugs were held In Bridgeport New Haven and Meriden A featured Judge Parkers address yesterday was bis ae eerllon that the Standard 011 Company was working In the Interest of the republican party Tbe old three decker Duke of Wellington once the pride ol the English Navyla being broken up Portsmouth She was launched In 1852 and beaded tbe fleet that went to the Baltic when war was declared against Russia in 18M At that time she was the big seat manofwar in the world though her tonnage was only 0071 But she carried 1llguos She can OreSOO sbou a minute What can stand up to her V aald a London paper She was of wood of course and represented the produoe ol 70 acres of forest oak reckoned at 40 oaks 100 years old to the acre I ADDITIONAL LOCAL I FOUND An overcoat on Hustonvill pike W L Dawson GLASSES to fit the eye and frames to lit the face at Dr W N Craigs Pharmacist A SHOWER fell yesterday afternoon but It would take weeks of rain to do much good r Bio ONEMre Nannie J Lawrence tolls us that sbo has a cushaw that weighs 36 pounds WANTED fresh eggs Will pay 18 cents cash delivered at Poultry house H B Nortbcott Stanford TUE styles of our skirts coats and suits are absolutely correct Prices less than others ask Severance soo1 WANTED to rent a farm on shares Want about 40 acres for corn and 30 for grass Must have house J F Cash Maywood Kv 4t LARGE long telephone poles are bo log hauled from tbe Highland section to Harrodsburg Ono of them makes a big load for two horses TilE wrap found end brought to this office by Mr John Z Spoonatnoro proved to bo Mrs B W Gaines Mr Traylor has not found hers yet THIS office has printed and delivered the ballots to be used Tuesday They are larger than one page of this paper and the 12 books weigh close to 400 pounds LOST Between Hustonvllle and Mrs Jesse Staggs via Stanford small blue enameled openface watch Leath er fob Parker and Davis check pendant Lora Bohon WE are taking off a number ot our subscribers who have failed to respond to statements sent them Better send us a little check or we may have to use the scissors on your name THE First National Bank of Stan ford will otTer for sale to tbe highest bidder before tbe court bouse on Mon day Nor ft 1004 its brick office on Lancaster Street and a small dwelling on Somerset Avenue Terms made known on day of sale J S Hooker president MRS JosaiH K CLAUNCH entertain ed tbe Cbautauqua Circle on Thursday afternoon In honorof Mrs Eben Porab Mrs Jesse Lynnot Stanford and Mrs Logan Wood of Danville brides of tbe season Tbe decorations were in beau tiful taste the favors bandplnted haves of tbe forest A feature of spe cial Interest was a book contest fa pretty prizes which were awarded Mrs Eben Porch and Mrs W A Mor row Miss GeneVev Porch served the coffee and Misses Jennie Lynn of Stan ford sister of the hostess and Marge rite Salte charmingly served the table No more beamlful and enjoyable function has ooourred in tbe city the present season Somerset Journal r TUB following Is tbe program of the Hustonvllle Magisterial District Teach ers Association to be held at Boston toovllie In the graded school building Saturday Nov 19 at 10 A H Opening devotional exercises Kev U W Mills- Welcome Address Prof R S Bu bank Response T J North What Is tbe Best Method of Teach tug HletoryProf RS Eubank Successful Methods of Primary Teaching Miss Frances Adams How to Create a Desire For Good Literature Miss Kate Bogle and Miss Florence Yowell How Can we Secure Bette Citizen ship In Kentucky T J North Music and Physical Culture In tbe Public Schools Miss Fannie Spears Knowledge of Child Nature Mrs Nettle Humphry How to Bring Teachers Trustees and Patrons Into More Intimate and Sympathetic Relations Caleb Newell What Kentucky has Done and Has Yet to do In tbe Educational Field Meredith Pruitt- Importance of Educating a Child MorallyMrs R S Eubank Importance of Drawing In tbe Public Schools Miss Lula Hopkins Our Schools Supt Garland Single tonDebate Resolved that There Should be an Educational QualificationAfUr mative T J North and K G Martin negative R S Eubank and Caleb NewellTbe enrolled teachers will be enter tained at the New Hotel Weatherford Prof E L Grubbs vlcepres Mrs G T Goocb secretary Chronic Diarrhoea Cured Mr Walter Richardson of Troutvlllo Va had AD attack of diarrhoea that came near ending his life Ills physician had failed to relieve film and the disease hid become chronic when he began using Oliaiflberlalns Colic Cholera and Diar rboea Remedy It soon cured him and he now recommends that preparation whenever an opportunity offers For tale by all druggists Charles Green aged 16 confessed that be assassinated bla father Milt theII Hero and There John K Wilson is dead In Mercer aged 85- Rev R B Mahony ol Stanford preached lest Sunday at Hoc ky ford chhrcb Liberty News The touryuar old daughtor of J T Stevens of Red House Madison county fell Into an open replace and was eo badly burned that the child died ID great agony Senator Beverldgo says that under republican administration the American workman drinks cups coffee to one that be drank under a democratic administration Well why not Ho needs more stimulant to enablo him to stand It says Bryans Commoner Dispatches from Che Foo assert that toe Fait of Port Arthur Is Imminent Detailed reports of tho operations In dicate that tbe Japanese are entering upon tho last stage of the siege Prac tlcally all too outlying defense are eald to be In their hands and they are confident of early victory As the climax of a religious wave sot In motion by two weeks service In At lanta conducted by Dr J Wilbur Chapman of New York and 10 assist ants stores offices shops factorlcsand even saloons closed In the afternoon to permit workers in all walks of life to participate in hour ofpraycr ear vices to be held In all tbe city church es and hundreds of homes Such a thing ls unprecedented In Georgia his tory A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on tbe leg of J B Omen Franklin Grove 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then IJuoklens Arnica Salvo cured Its lust as good for burns scalds skin eruptions and plies 860 at Penny drug store JAMES H RAINES If atiaUtt Vet Justice of tht PMC ol the Sun torJ AUaWfftal DMrict subset to the DraocwMc Prl Mry Uc j rya- WATT M DUDDERAR It a CMi4M to for AUgWnM to the llMtanvMt JH Mel MfciKt M ttw D McnKk twMry of Dec 3 a O J CROW U a cMdidM tor Justice of lie sac of the Hut taavillt Martettrtil Distill ut fK to ttw Kttta of j 11M Dotrark rt8a1 Dec ta BAKER WALLS It a candid for contUM ot the Stanford Dlttrlct subject m the action ol tie Jtmocutk prtaury Dec IJr PARK R HAIR BALSAM C1oI t ttwde Mbt pa Inrchanl ow8atrOam rl dlMMM a fc tUcuxillWM taad BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about 90 ncrtm OB Danville Avenue onehalf mIlt from Graded School ofrroom Bee- MaryoutbulldlBEt The faroetaaddrooth- well Call OB Mrs N M OoodknlRtit at JudgeBauy Farm For Sale I 111 OB aeeotmt of Illhealth I desire to privately BV farm of ITi acre loeatod IIedge of Hasten rill Good InmrorenMBU tnU MTW AlliMC water Will NIl as wlMle or divide e Mll ItcnMe OB lower part O B I1ARNRTT- n ttOBvUle Ky A S PRICfe aryeonDentlBt Stanford Ky Ja DTr OwalsyGnudlat Tothe Insuring Public ilavlDjj had a lose under Policy No Fl 13TTDD of Home Insurance Ou of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settlements of liiuei there It none better and 1 dare say tow ai good They do not deduct onefourth from your polloy at some would have you believe but willingly and cheerfully pay you all the Indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment Companies For further particulars lo regard la Mutual or AmeMment Companies address me M Onecx MDHIMIT Kings vllleKy PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY NOVEMBER lD 1MI In order to dissolve partnership we will toll all our crops stock etc on the Isaac lbyJUypike consisting of about BOO bales of millet ay and straw II stacks of millet hay about 230 barrels corn 400 shocks of fodder yearoldcattlo and heifers S saddle horses a combined mare 500 good ewe due to lamb In Janu ary buckboard and other thing too nu promptly of 20 and under cash over 120 a 80 days FarmersNationalper cent Interest securityi JRTPUBLIC SALE Having decided to change my looatlon I will on TUESDAY NOV It 1M4 Bell to the highest and best bidder If not sold privately before the following proper Orchardfrootlng dwellIngwltbnecessaryoutbuildingsvarious kinds In a good relghborbood and prupertywillremainder on a credIt or one and two yearn otIecompleteandwill be told for onehalt cash In hand the remainder on a credit of six sad twelvemonth time bearing six per coot interest from day of sale A lien retained on the property until paid I M Grub JOIDIoUI t Come Mr Man Its time you stopped living pennywise and pound foolish Wake up and learn of the progress theres been made in ready forservice clothing You will be surprised at the uncommon ness of I Cummins flcCIarys Clothes None Better Can be Built Not Even to Your Order Investigate and Get the Facts for Yourself Suits Single and Double Breasted 850 to 1750 Over coats and Rain Coats 5 to 20 There is no reason why you should not have the best when it costs no more than the inferior and thats our assurance j- F Cummins BXcOIary STANFORD KENTUCKYtJ a fJ s WANTED Turkeys Dlleka GMM and Ohlckeot highest astir market price II D XORTHOOTT cwoford Ky Valuable Property For Sale Te acres laM a wory boa raomoouac sot TM bowa U ew A splendid gardeawd a ekard These Is a large UKmtheplMe a good elI art tbs dam U to r pair nod lb astaral power It MOMay In r Mts K Uae islll IMMIMM XftfJ1Idq M UDow a spledld pod repair a hM all neoeM ry once Id- tage owUi a calp rsesos for selling- le the rsb ot orbs belea a he bas a tenlve farralag lalrt lo took aher This propre as tlM lIaapl tore OIIt 4 BUM front tMfMtf sad begba at a targalB FW fsrtbe srttea1an dr w B 0 TMLlb llekesStetotd Ky PUBLIC SALE I OB It sot Old privately I will tell pvUloly MONDAY NOVRMBEItii1511 ountyoourtdayln Stanford farm of III- ncrM 2 4 m e of WalOBl HlaUViwwB aa tbe O O and W V Abraham farm Tilt hat atx rooms and good barn tour ntvefalllogllrlngaDd tlieprjent crops are No U J609 feet on It nnebalf of the fencing made of Rood wire ItDd lie acre In clover and timothy dote to Mboolhoise and church Farm and free mall de join plkH on Bouth aide penwn deelrlnR to purchase this farm sbould on Oeo or Jim Gray OnmBTBIUA OnA Y80N- Walout son or Flat ICy J r Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I 1 will tell at public outcry at theMrs Annie tJarlllD farm tour mile from Danville one mile from Hedgevllle on Daovllle and on WEDNESDAY NOV J01004 The following property Seven good work mule 3 extra mare mulos coming four one bred mare leewithbarrel of corn In seed free from one straw stack 50 Te pound Iboau one weanling calf two milk cattle farming1mcows live l3SOpound one binder one hemp plemeot dlle breakingoDecuUer plow one Oliverehllled plow one disc cUl tIvator one tooth barrow ono corn sheller one farm Vagon three sets of ploW gear one brneu one wheat fan two buggieswagon nllli kitchen furniture hale promptly at 10 A u Terms made known on T D English Auut 1 O BUOWN POSTEDo We whose names appear below strictly passing hunting on our places or violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bpoonaroore Tailiolmee 1111 J B OomenltCh 1eter Baltner W II JobnMm Mrs Mary Given David Stephens tames a1 White and wits E Oawoo 111 Hawkins Mrs Mary B Welch K A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Ham IT Beynold Morgan llumphre U T Watson- Oharle RUMllo J It Meltllster Kate Ador Helctmnbaeli Urns FredVonOruentgaBAIbvrtVonaruenlgan Peed VonAllman l Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mica Mattie It Uewes R Holchonbach Obarles Oumralns Joe Uallou v The Purchasing Power I L Of a dollar is great especially great when you spend that dollar for our goods We give you more for your dollar than you can buy elsewhere This week we are offering several yours very special bargains for that dollar of t l SI will buy a solid calf ladieshoe well glade SI will buy a mliil mtfte shoe wurtk il will bur n Mir of ncus wool 150 SI will lay A Sorosw 125 U 1160t81 will buy H gfiletHlkl laif ownfort or 81 will buy a binm Couiilarimue 81 will buy a solkl bbva or airTe I will buy 2 pairs or boys knoecerduroy pealiSI will hay a suit of the host melts 81 will buy a mnne hat tint U worth ftxiii SlflO to 82 Make your dollar do the best for you Our purchasing power is great Thats why we can give you so much for your THE GRAND LEADER OW8M3Y BLOCK M B Lory 8 Co WATCH Dim AI 9 iS B Levy DR E H MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST tThat branch of science which deals with the eye its anatomy and tune tion in HEALTH and disease Century Dictionary I luo no MEDICINE either in examination or treatment of tho oyoe nor perform any SURGICAL operation hilt simply correct ull defects of Ko fmation with porJoct ADJUSTED GLASSES Have Bucconiully Httad several hundred pairs of glassoa in Boyle and fiiirrouiuling counties will be at t St Asaph Motel Monday Nov 14tDrE H Murray Ophthalmologist Homo OlDco With Murray tti McAdams Danville Kyt G t 1 4 SUITS saeaai jV6 arc oftoring some real pretty Suits in Plain and i thoFyt icy newest sloavo mutton log and now back Skirts arc a graduated kilt cloven gored lPLAID SILK WAISTS jt Groon and Cardinal at 500 irtfo ITBruCFOltD KY Nov 4 1801 DO not watt until cold bad weather 10 purahaso your window glace git It cow and be prepared Wo have all flail common use and supply you at 11 raeeouableoot Putty 6 oanis per f pound Icnnyi Drug Store Stanford for PERSONALS t Mils MARY MOROHBRTB io qulto IQk OLEVnLAND McODIKR ll olorkloR In Sim Uoblo on DR W B OBANNOM was at Brod t head Wednesday MR JAMnsT JONH6U out after an r Ulntti of several weeks MRS N A TYK8B of Louisville la with Mr Mottle Navlui- MR I LBACU DUKHAU at Danville wee the RHet of Welch ItoahoiterM- V6BUB W B MASON sad M F Real of Garrard were here yesterday MRS J B OWSURY II vUUIni toe- 4tamllyof Mr A K Walker Io Oar rardWAfnsKKvBHWTTaoiJ T Conn at SMOjovNi woro with frtood here tkk rusk DRAKOMM AHOMW SVAMUBKT ot Ullieauoodod the bortM of n Mr Tkoaw + Lattojr- MB B H BeuauiY laM rented tits oouaco el Mrs R r L 8IOM raeatai I by j iq lion Baoftoy M t BcolM ALDtiou U book frot Irctfcoad wooro oo oovorod the I IfIqk iird tIN ether tlaSSR MHI WltUAM MOKLAND of Lex IRjiteistatsa r l 4y M visit her I tiehtor UN W a Shack- Mali JACK TNIRT aid three sane m Aewc with tyBbotd lever at their hNN Near Nsail Crook church a MR J S nocKKK west up M the MfMietM Woioootay on bust e oen a oootot wHb Ue Csrnbrlabd Valley Lard fJe J1III8 W B V Aiii IS went to Use- dseseevilae N 0Wenesdaymoret- uRNblsdandblerMa Maude who to sr7 ill Ma BtAMD IlALLAaD and anally el 1 Oairtlit sad Yrs W R DUIloo of Linlir have Yogis fMtti of Mr sod Ww 4o i b Coffer MK JOHN D WMW r aod dasib- tb4 Mrs Waljtor 01 VIDItoo OMO lyt aod Mine Wales Gross of Mlwoort are KOOMO of Mr slid lira M M Swoo- B8V f GROMUB M BURTON of Oltaton pitied throeh to Pltuburjr Wedoei day We are gelid to state that Mr Burton U geltlnc rleh In the coal but loses MR P L BHCTC who has taken a position at flreman on tho Panniylya railroad orders bit paper tent to Fort Wayne Ind which place will bo hli headquartert WCWUOKTBR of Crab Orchard who Is now working at Wll llamibure came all the way here Wednesday to reglitor tIe U the right kind of ademocratJ- iA4sE D WBAHBN the Iniuranco t agent of Stanford was hero Tuesday Miss Waynona Olbonev who has boon sick with typhoid foyer at Junction City has come home Liberty News t MR OKO R ENOLUMAN of Dan Title has rented tho Helm property on Danville Ave and Is moving his fame Hylnto It Mr and Mre H Rowan BauBey will have rooms at the Eagle man home MRS VICTOR LEAR gave a handsome S dinner Sunday In honor of Dr W S Beajiloy and wife as a farewell to them as they contemplate leaving this month for Los Angeles Cal to resldoCen tral Record MRTIIOS D NEWLAND of Stan ford has again accepted a position with the WelchWiseman Co and la behind 1tbelr counter Toms many Danvllla will be glad to know that bo has returned to stay Danville News Tnt following will leave Saturday morning for Stanford to attend a house given by Miss Sarah B Dullder- arl party Mcidames A Doup and Q W Hoffman Miss Rattle E Hoffman and M MM Tom ShlrclliT Sam Sobang Will Kamcr r and Calvin Hoffman Louisville Timest LOCALS1 VOTE early vote certain vote demo I cratic SER tbe Wonder the original Rot mast Stdve at John Bright Jr 1L Coi Craigs Pdarmnclst j PJSDIURBBD Belgian Hares for sale Mr W J Bdmlston Crab Orchard IJUST IN Styllib vlclru coats and moderate sect Severance at Son MRNS saddles horse blankets and Iap robe In great variety at J C Mo Olarye NEXT Xmas Dont tall to look at the pretty things you will dod at Muellers IODND An overcoat Owner GaO get It by describing It and paying for this notice H J MoRoberts My selection of holiday goods Is lard er and more seleoi than ever and I guarantee the prices to be right W H Mueller PaR Moyertopbuggy In good repair run sinus May 1002 Also a handmade set of harness J W Ha gin Stanford OMOKOR BRAVERY who shot Maude hits Jobnran she colored waived his oxaralolng trial sad wits hold too mIt- eoert U 1300 FOR RMKr FOR 1905 Oouago M Daartllo aroooo botwooa Dr Crpen tors aodW M Brlghts Apply SO MM J B Owiley Ir yea want w got Mso olooU B sews qalekly nod correctly tot a tsokot from ARt J S RIot woo will Rot the oul lottos at the depot RBUD the aIs atvordioHiotit of Goo D WeaUiorford ala isls will take plans at hU fart soar UMtoavlllo OB the Liberty piko Nor It MR ftAlxtls ao A 1 demo oral a clOTOf rem and a sploodld cltl xen aeoooooos thM testy for nwifls trace Io this district Cootlder hie chime OUT alb VOMN woo reglitored Io tko apf lomoo ry rocletratloo bold Monday Tuesday aod Wcdaooday M had ibo word domocrai iliaood after Ifeelr ease AT n sale Io Fayoito tarkofa M foot sold at le per pound Not racy of swill itlvo tbaiki over that rare bird on tho tick uolots tho pploo MBSOS dews oooeldoraMy MR J L JOHXOOM ponnailor at RlBKfvlllo has boon appointed by the governor of Oregon a commissioner el- the Lewis aad Clark BxK i1tlon which will be held at Portland next year MR H H LOOAN noof Crab Orchards enterprising oltlMos has put up and has In operation a big spoke fan tory near the depot In that town It ought to be a good paying Investment TUHLMA little daughter of Frank Horton of the Klngsvllle section who was badly burned some tlmo ago Is do log nleelv under the eareful attention of Dr C M Thompson Mr Horton tellS us- VOTERS living In the corporate lim its of Stanford will havean opportunity of endorsing City Judge W A Trib blesgood work by voting for him Tue day His name will appear on a separ ate ballot Dont fall to vote for this splendid olllcor MR J M ALVBRSON who Is speak log each night this week for the dam ocratic party had a tine crowd at Jumbo Tuesday night and a good one at Jac obI near Ottenholra Wednesday eVe cuing Mr Alverson Is doing splen did work for his party A DANVILLE lady recently wrote a relative to defer a visit which she con templated giving as her reason that thoro was not enough water in the reservoir to admit a decent bath It The relative has not replied and the water ls getting lower dally Advocate TUB SPEAKING Hon George Don ny of Lexington and Elector B J Bethurum of Mt Vcrnoo spoke to a large crowd at the Courthouse yester day afternoon and both are said to have made creditable speeches The colored brother was on band In all of his glory and his liberal applause drowned a good many points the speaker made Both efforte were free from vltupera tion to tbo credit of the speakers be It said Whether Messrs Denny Betburum mado any converts aodI to be seen t You Dont Know e If you have not visited our readymade goods department how many pretty things we are showing there in Cloaks Suits Skirts Waists Petticoats Furs Rain Coats Etc Each season finds our stock larger and the styles and workmanship better The makers improve each season and a lady has only to get her size and they fit likethey were made especially for her Let us show you mince molt at Biggins HAVR your Christmas stamping done by Mrs O L Carter Stamping every Tuesday and Friday Phone 101 FOR ItRNTMytwo boles on West Main Street one occupied by Rev J W tingle and the other by R O Wal ton Mark Hardln TUB creditors iAlex Traylor are notified to appear before me and prove their claims against his estate on or be fore Nov 5 1001 O B Saufley Mae tar Comr READ the ad of d O Thurmond end L R Hughes In this Issue and write either of them for particulars aod price 0 go to see them and tbey will show yes the cheapest property ID Lincoln county AT the end of the second month there wore MS pupils enrolled at the Graded Sebool the largest number that early In the so slon In the history of the school In the music department Miss Ellen Ballou has 30 pupils against IS Ian year TO TMR DKMOCRAT8 or LlKOOLX- OOCXTY I am oo longer a oandldMi for the BOMtiiattM for jailer I tbaolc My filets for their support while 1 was IB the race I now with to an oooooo that I am for the oomlaoo who ovor he ray bo J C Have BY Me manly said elsewhere It wlUI- MI coos that Mr Jame s U Kane has withdraws tram tbs rites for jailer A poll of the two Crab Orchard preeloou was takes by frloods of Mr flays and Mr W I Horrtn sod tbe latter gu ting a few tsars votes Mr Hayos withdrew from the roowet As stated IB his oard Mr Tayos will cheerfully sop port the nOMlooos of the December primary and as OMB bo will de bin ut most to make Llooolo county go demo oracle There are few If any hotter moo than Mr flayss aId the news of his wlthdrawftl bae caused both cur prleo sod regre- tTss Oollove of Music of Clocloosil proMote Mr Fredrick J Hoffmaan plucks and Mr Carl Gnotvoort HH OBowoto IB a roottol of plooo and vocal maele at Waltoot Opera Huosc Stanford at a oclock Wodaocday Nov ft Vollowloc It abe program 1 Plano Beotboveq Sonata op II No Ie d minor allegro adagio alto Iftouo X Voles Handel Aria Why do the Nations From the Messiah a Plano a Soarlattl Sberco Joooio b Gottsebnllr Last Rope e Gluck Jo + elly Arietta dl Balleto i Vote Schubert a By the Sea wandererllSOOR craIdieMOoJDowellGoodnight 7 Hoffmann fa Souvenir dl Vlenno b American Fantasia 8 Voice Damrosch Ballad Danny Deevor AetheresoleTwo of the beadon collision between two freight trains a few miles this side of Living morolollIen gines and throe cars wore literally de molished Melklo died at 11 oclock and Lasloy five hours latpr It Is claim ed that the wreck was the result of Train Dispatcher Flab falling to can cel an order at Livingston at tbe same time he did at Sinks a nearby station Mr Lasloy was a son of Mrs Annie Laaloy of this place and was a splen splendid young man He stood well with the company and by his gentle manly manner ho won the esteem of all who came In contact with him Mr Lasley was one of the youngest engin eers on the road and was also one of the verv best A wife survives him and In her loss great sympathy Is felt for her as well as for the parents and sister and brother The remains were brought here yesterday afternoon and after appropriate services at tbe grave by Rev J W Hagln were consigned to mother earth A large number of friends from Livingston aooompanled them Young M alkie was un exceed ingly popular emyloyeo He was only lii years old and was unmarried His remains were taken to Louisville for interment All partlei owing the estate of J C Horton mart settle at once All parties to whom the estate Itt Indebted tend Itemized statement to underlgned II 0 HURTOK Art Hlllersburg Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to r tern to Somerset 1 otter for sale privately my home on Past Main Street In Stanford Tho resilience Ie a sixroom oottm brand now bath room and all convenience The lot contains about IX acre of land and the home U a partlculars Deck or Wm fleck at Stanford Just What You Want The mmrrellotii nnxtoal entertainer I am agent for tbe sale of The Victor and Columbia Orand Disc Orspuaphone and Heaords Ac the Bsttl talklai aad machine made Plays the beautiful pcrfacto records band records orchestra male quartette record onf record rworas violin record All those iccords are given In a true natural tone I will tell a machine for cash with dlioouot or on iMUlloMBtoi on easy monthly payment I will save you money In this the greatest mmjcal iBitrumnnt ever Invented ea or AgtStanford PUBLIC SALE I will Mil at public aaettofl on SATURDAY NOV It 1M4 beIIItproperty Oss pair extra rOOd mare mole 1s IJOdrUmilk cows 7 extra dos Pound Angus only ti goat ewes I brood aaatm t colt one good ors ov CMgalty Dare III fat ekoata S aloe sow and Up1gsU a two non wagon and banns two bdgko and baron new Deals mower one War rake wood frame timothykitpIIeId and kltekB feeltar Terns made known OH Or of sale QBOKO14 D W2AT11RR1OMD ApIlutenvUle Ky PUBLIC SALE I TBUBMMY DROKMHER 1 19i Flea Woodford coBMSy farm know M the S O Morn place noBlaloliir ITS acre altaaMd t Bailee fromVeraalllM 13 miles from MoHoaaTlll OB the HcOowanii Ferry pike cooveateBt to school and charckee wIUBg bone with1 room new tobacco bare cMbt sadas other neccwarr oot batMlage also neck sod farming Iple West aa follow Two Jvearola mules t yaarilBff bolterm I yearling elrra le- esbsp 4 IOn with par 1 binder 1 Ont Mng Yarrow I arill 4 plow 1 gteaaer 1 tkotee Moaarch rake 1 handsome Mt of i f mlMr aad other article Terms made buowB urn slay of nale Iartlee wisbloe M 06 M pleas or obtain luSermatten apply to CLkRV MORRIS LexingtonRI PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAYNOVEMBER 111904 Having devolved IIrttiorlhlpwe will tell all or Stock Urop and Farming Imple meutn theI JESSE Fe COOK FARM 5 Miles E of Stanford W ton sheaf oats 15 tons mixed hay 500 ihoeki of corn 200 Shock ot fodder lot of carpenter and bluckHmlth tools binder mower drill e care planter harrow plows wheat tan and other farming Implo raenU 1 steel tire buckboard 1 bike runabout 1 buggy a 2seated surrey all vehicles of the boat mako and used very little Herd of Registered Berkshire Hogs herd of registered ioland Ohlnn hogs These are sows and pigs boars and gilts weighing 129 to ISO pounds from sires and dams of tho best herd In Kentucky and Illinois and clo e up In blood to Worlds Fair winners Herd of Registered Short Horn cattle consisting of cows end yearling and vrenn ling calves 00 fat hogs weighing about ITS pounds B rood Jersey milk cows some fresh a paint of good work mules 1 mule colt 1 pair of gray 1 ereeroo geldings 8 and 5 years old weight 1310 pounds each and workers 4eaddlemarea well broke and bred to Preston 022 Home good mare mules A German Coach Stallion 7 years old 5 saddle geldings good walkers a registered yearling stud colts by High land Denmark 730 2 registered Yearling miles by Highland Denmark 730 1 twoTonreld filly by Highland Denmark 710 Oarload of unbranded 3yearold Kan sas mares and geldings Uar load of 1 to 8yearold mares and gelding Some Indian ponies well broken to sad die and harness 3 yearling jacks 1 lack colt all black with white points Sale commences promptly at 10 a m No reserve No postponement All aunts N- And under cash over 10 otB months Note negotiable and payable at the tint National Hank of Sta Ky beating e per cent Interest from late with approved Uargoo and lunch for all tied coming from a distance will ttopat the Mt Awipd Hotel as our guests where they will find conveyance to farm For catalogue of relfheIlCI stock or other further Information apply to J F Oook Lexing ton Ky COOi KERR Stanford Ky Ol Oeo A Bfitn AflSt CLOAKS aee etas Wo arc showing the newest styles as thoy come out in Now York and the prices are moderate Wo show some swell outs at 7f0 to X20- c WALKING SKIRTS tWe have just received lot of brand now styles in walking skirts These have originated in tho last month They are pretty and every one mantailored See the new 17 gored skirt I FANCY SILK AI TINGS I It This is the line that goes in tho slaughter this week Jont fail to 01 tako advantage of this great our in PRICES We aro offoring the ontire linG of limey Silks so come andy anti you will findsomo choice things K I John P Jones The Flat Iron j 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 450s I sseseOler Terms Cash HJIVIRoberts BaraInrN Is Now Open a H With u full tine of Clotlmig Dry Goods rasa Goods Xotioiig Shw Etc Goods sold ohoitpor tbait yon over hoard of tint In many eases y u can immo tho piice and take tho goods Gall nnd tot wfctt tft have got Our prices will surprise you V Prople I THE INTEijlORJOURNAL Onlered n the port oOiece at Stanford af teiondclan matttr aM aloSehoTu1atip sad End AV 1 PER YEAR CASH eo When sot sopsUmaOO will btehantd 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION No Jl Train going North HOC P 10 NM n 3Oam N tt 50Iltll218amtoaSa 1285 p m BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce d Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is lolicited Howes on commission Stock Pona In Connections e J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us oa Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal jniflwaij saloon COOD RICE Proro Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholeale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Oran Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone 88 Stan tord K- yJJa71 Traylcr DEALIH IK WHISK Cigars Brandu Wines Beer Carpenter Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Prolllptall4 pallli attention Nothing but tht bee to drink MaN phone er telegraph orders rutin prompt atttition Pruitt Brothers Undertakers LIvery Furniture Save a special line of Rugs for the Boll days Winter Robes Building Paper Sash and flea Glass cut say slze Mrs O B Iraltt nap a nteo line of Fall aDd Winter Millinery PRUITT BIOS Iloreland Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of one Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have It you desire to sell place- 1t In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R6 Mm Insurance fluent Solicit a share of the patronage of tim preperty owners in the tMuaiiet of Bo le incoln and UMV who may be seeking la sursnce against rtre Lightning ald Tornado None but stronnent andUit OldLlne Oom paint represented and the low Mt pneaible rates are guaranteed Phone a- 2Stanford Kentucky MRS CECELIA STOWS Orator Kutre Non Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAOO ILL Out 22 1002 For nearly four I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well 1 however operationMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wino of soIbegan Yo my recovery was very rapid With anotherbeing tMrs Stoves letter shows woman how a home is muldenedby eUUlpletelyWine ness and brings health and harPi sutIerinRand secure a f100 bottle of Wine of Cardui WINEoiCIRI r R Co WARREN I Is tunJUttt far fudge of the Lincoln Oetmty ceu subject to the action ot the democraUc party JAS P BAILEY Is a codidate for reeJecU as3fee of the Utsool Deocraptic THOMAS D NEWALND 6R Is a cnjUt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject N till action of till democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD is a anal4ate tot Sheila sf Lincoln county lubject Ie tot action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL 8R subjebJESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to- IIIlIcOoa of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS lubjectIeDINK FARMER subjectmW I HERRIN s a candidate for Jetler subject to the action of tht Itaocratlc party 4 MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools U Lincoln County subject to the of the demo uatlc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candUateftr Superintendent of Public Schools or Lincoln county latj tt to the action of the demo cratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for reeleCtion Itr S rrWeedtet of PUNK Schools ol Ltflcota aunt 1IIt to ore ac lien of tile Oetjracratlc party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Sect to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD IIa candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subpct to the action of tnt democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln tasty sub ject to tht action ot tnt Democrat party EMMETT MCORMACK subjectW A CARSON Is acaodUate for Assessor tf Lincoln etwily sub pct to the action ot the democratic party E D KENNEY sabjetou JOhN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attsmey Llnesta toes ty subject to tit action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Ltocota coonty Is a caadUatt ftr the neatMHon for Stale Sutor In tMs district sHIed te the acMta of the democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a uadUate for ConfrtM wkftct te the attlea- tae 0f Prohadlln party W S BURCH Is a candidate for Ootwty Attorney of Uscota new ty subject it the acttoaiftf the llCfatic party W L MCARTY Is a candidate for Sherta of LkMsts county tokrMI to tie action of lefocnMc party I JAMES T ROBERTS Of the East d J Is a c ndUH for sueMrat see lid to tile apron d toe dtsMcratlc prisunr Dec to spar CHARLES REDD la a cdIJotr der Jeslkt ot Ie Pees ta the CrUrchsra AtotjIstjtM district sekjocl te the ctk w the DaMcJdc PrIeIary Dee sue JAMES A DUDDERAR It a tan Mais for siafMnl oft Cloafctl Oh trktsukjoct to rno aetioo oldie dtoxxmflc prlsuiy Doc s sect J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers JlIJODlAtllMU PuruitureBIattlng8RuKBThey kind a call Prices right afAHFOBD KB1tTQ- OKYJ4G4MCGbMY UN33BBTASSR EMBALMER And Doaearln 1 SI SJLlDLiaT d10 Stanford Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC IRaIn IB propping the trots at Mem phis Dr thigh Reid sold to Pipe Broa a torso for 102 60 FIre at CatletuburR destroyed a bI barn and 20 Quo horses Joe Jordan bought a number of hors os here Wednesday at 800 vo 11110 D R Adams sold to Hardln Cook 10 acres of land near Highland for 176 TJ Smith of Madison bought 66 feeding cattle In the Preaaheravllle section at 3 to sic George Starr the famous sttllloD valued at 10000 perished in a fire at Norfolk Neb J Edward Allen sold his farm or 120 acres on the Lancaster pike to Mrs Wm E Baupbman for 12000 Advo cateR E OodJard has bought from E and M L Vaught the old Gov Berta MagoQin place adjoining Harrodtbur for 13500 FOR SALK Nloe Steers weighing 875 weighbabout 700 pounds D M AndersonI Pre eberevllle Ky 2t CoJey Dros sold to Wilson Bros Cave City a 4year old road horse b Naboth for 8225 Coffey Bros and Young sold to tbo same parties a mule 16t hands o15P Wilson Bros alsoj bought about 126 cattle of different par ties at 3 to JlAdalr News n MRS CARLTONS WONDERFUL STORY Maine Womans Thrilling Experience Duplicated in Stan ford There are scores of families in Stanford and near by town who will read with In Iciest the wonderful experience of Mrs A L Carlton one of the boat known wo men in Rockland Me Mrs Carlton says suffered with stomach trouble for eight years growing worse all the time Thre of the best doctors in Maine my case as cancer of the stomach and de elated I could not live two months Ute terly discouraged with their treatment I began using Miona and commenced t gain at once At this time Iwas to almost skin and bones as I bad lost nearly 100 pounds during my sickness but when I began to take Ml o tia my fleshWas built up and I gained S2J Ibs the first month I have taken only aix pact ages of these wonderful tablets but my health U about restored and I firmly believe that Miona saved my life Peony is local agent for Ml cnawhloh sells for BOc a box and offers it under a personal guarantee that if it does not sun the worst form of stomach trouble an resulting disoidcn the money will bo re funded S SKINGSVILLE Mrs Luther Gooeh continues dan geroualy III Mrs Sarah Waters re turned Saturday from n visit to her sis ter Mrs Cicero Reynolds Miss Mag gin Love of Stanford Is visiting her mother Mrs Elizabeth Pealrs has re turned from a visit to relatives In Illl Hole and is the guest of her daughter Mrs John McKee The eloquent soulstirring speeches by Hon R O Warren and Wm S Borah were attended Saturday evening by a large crowd wblob grew motto en thusiastic Hon Geo B SauBey fall ed to come flu friends gave an his excuse that be had broken his glass es We dont see how that ooald bave iBierferred with his making apeeob We didnt want him to read manuterlpt Be may have looked through a glow darkly Some time however be may have to meet bis hearers of this preolnot faoe to tees U be should become a candidate 6The prisoner louden at the dull sod din faoee of the jurymen who had ties eelMMfl to try bU ease Jedge be said Is that a jury of my peers Y You may co consider them replied his nonor That Is the presumption of the law Im guilty jedga said the prison ere drawing a long breath Im the feller that Sot the barn airs The Best Liniment Chamberlains PAin Balm is consid erect the bOil liniment on the market write Post A Bliss of Georgia Yt No ohtr liniment will heal a cut or bruise so promptly No otbernifordesuch quick relief from rheumatic pains No other Is so valuable for deepseated yams like lame back and pains In the chest Give this liniment a trial and become acquaint ed with its remarkable qualities and you will never wish to be without it For sale by all druggists The bandits wbo shot and killed Cashier Mlddaugb of the First Na tional Dank at Cody Wyoming In the endeavor to rob the bank have been brought to bay In the almost virgin lor- en between Meeteese andTbermopolls Death either by rifle shot or by the slip noose Is now considered but a mat ter of a short time w To the Worlds Fair via Queen It Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rlnearaoo G P A Cincinnati j O G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky I 1Ae B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant tlDANVILLE KY and litYork and Ohloago Free telephone service to customers Ofllco on aril Street In Parris building All trades guaranteed I FARM FOR SALE I onIIs In a high state of cultivation fairly well Improved watered with three never tailing springs five ponds In tact you hire tosee the place to understand the many eon veniences I want to soil In next SO days I I also want to sell my stock consisting of W jack aged 1 and S years old S jacks 9 I colts seven mares and mules 1 race mare and colt 1 standard bred mare by brokeboral will soil them for 1100 It sold at once sepalwill do well to call at oncu and secure one thetrye tor sale It n KINO Morelnnd Ky CALLyDemocratic Primary Election for County Officers Sat urday Dec 304- I A primary election is hereby called oo Saturday mber 3rd 1904 in alt the votive precincts of Lincoln county at the voting places between the hours of 6 a m 4 p a for the purpose of MlectiBf democratic candidates for CountyAttorneySchool Superintendent Jailer Coroner Magistrate Surveyor and Constable 2 All democrats who are reehlesm of said county and who are legal rotes or who will be legal voters on November 7 1005 are permitted to vote in their respective precincts and are Invited and re quested to do so candidatesdConstable who desire to have hit same printed on the ballots to be used in sail primary must deposit with the Chairman of the Committee on or before 1 2 clock fordto be used in defraying the expense of holding said primary election and at the making said deposit each caodi dale mutt give written souse to said Chairman that he desires to be a candi date at MM election and notice to the Chairman shall be notice to the Commit tee 4 IB all those counties having cities in which the law requires rsspotralioa of voters the Democratic Committee of web counties or the Chairman threat is authorized and directed to Clue the fatdarate books as is required by law- S Said election stall be held in all respects as is required by law for holding regular primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in everv precinct and the Chairmen of the Committee is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be printed bound sad distributed to the u- riprecincts the ballots for each prsv pilleaDdsary paraphernalia for holdingsaid pri mary election 6 The Democratic County Committee shall appoint the officers in each precinct to hold the electipa and the are to be selected from Ua furnished by the candr dates at least to days beloaaid election and to be M nearly squally divided at possible as to Jud Clerks and Sheriff macs the various candidates The oni can of said primary election willwhen the polls ore closed proceed si once t O count the votes cast for each person for raid office and after counting the x otm they will return the ballots to the wrt andaprecincts with in two days thereafter carry and deposit the buses with the Chairman of the bun ty Committee at the courthouse The officers of the election at each precinct will make a written statement of num ber of votes cast for each person utu for for the said office and will place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in ihe respective ballot boxes 7 The precinct ballot boaks and all returns are to be made to the Chairman the County Committee and if be is not in the county to the Secretary of the County Committee at the Courthouse in the time required by law towit within two days after said election H And no the next day after said returns have been made the County Com mittee shall meet and canvass the retirns and certify the same Secretary of this Committee is- directed to give public notice of this elec lion as is required oy law and without delay 10 In the event there is a surplus re maining after defraying the expenses of said primary it shall be returned to those by om was paid in in the same proportion in which it was paid by them and If there should be a deficit then the candidates nominated shall be assessed to supply said deficit in proportion to their assessment for any office Provided however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the herein imposed by November 18 1004 then the Chairman of the Committee is directed to reconvene the Committee av soon thereafter as practicable and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the democratic party for said office and to issue to him a certificate of nomi nation it The order of the ballot shall be as follows State Senator Representative in General Assembly County Judge County Attorney County Clerk Sheriff Assessor School Superintendent Coroner Surveyor Magistrate aod Constable The order of each candidates name who may enter mid primary shall be determined by lot The entrance fee for the various office are Sheriff Sjo Jujge Sao Represenfa jive 10 820 Assessor 80 Su- lierintendent 8 15 County Attorney hoCounty Clerk eo T F HOLDAM Chm W H SHANKS Secy First National I BankStanford I Capital Stock 50000 I Thin institution wa originally established I otStantord as the Deposit tank of Stanford ta ISIS inISS2rupted existence for II yean It is better supplied now with facilities for transact nerbeforeAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN NATIONAL CAPITAL BTOCK Directors J B Paiton J B Owsley 8 II Shanks O Walker Oeo Carter i II Poster LOQoooh WHUuMcntns nrllhtItw 11 Shanks Ky continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bHilnm relations will prove mutually beneflcUl Officers- J I S HOOICEH Prest el8 T IlAimit V Pre J J MoUOUHUTS ObI W II WTARRNAast Olin Directors F Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner MeKloner M U Elmore Stanford naughtnanlftaDtordT Jas Kobluson Hubble J II IlauRUtnan Stanford J M Iettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford I j II COUNTY BANK I W0OOOO W W ftTrust OfficersI 8 D BI IPrelldeat J B OWBLKV Cashier w M nniomv l Aist Cashier rWindowI Putty EtcII At Lowest Prices I I j1 Dr W NCraigPharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kontuokyl IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in I 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 short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers JOEOROE H FARRIS COtx Stanford Kentucky Our TentCent Toilet Soaps Almond Ontta Deiry Mad VirodotmRneodor OofAtes TM- CeMM BoUenstilk ass IID slnsto These are tbs breads you will Me In our Show Witriow this week PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy The last resting place of your departed once by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstledeslon the best material Wand of per feet workmanship We carry the Urgent stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky f SHOESWe are now snowing n great line of FALL and WINTER SHOES fur nil sizqa of feet Cull in and lot us show you our lino betoro making your PALL PURCHASES W Ee Perkins Crab tKy