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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 19043 P M NO 70 BILLS IN TROUBLE lye tot eo Utter pardon treat my tot away out wet AR ay old heart I + heavy ns as aafll Mr IB ray breast To think tbe boy whoa fotar1 1 ball ones eo proudly iilaontd this I Shook wander train the path o rlefai 1van come tu rush aa onfll 1 tot wboo be putt ui only three abort year ego pie Hed find blmtell a plowlo1 Jn a might the orooked rowi Hed miss bU lather oouaiaU sad bit mother prayer tout U i But be laid the farm was batotal an Of ha guessed hoM have to go J Ho S 1 koovr the a bljr Umptatioa fur a fMBBitcf ID the I Vwj net I believed our Billy bad jtb pour aet lo r iUu An whSH tM UH I warned blrajaf the eer walUa Mart 101It1IITiallle nh biddce erpIute 1- 41hnUli1 1S1wir + t to l hi probed Ml1hul to be ttterlvl aa allowed Hed build UP a make at Mtcbiy ICMI4iIoou1 tort ohow WTBet It wwtM BI l faded from bit saladI r Ac DOW beIrot la trouble 01 Ue very I woreteei tied Btu Lases enuI ro Idea that t o tII pow sort o keaw d Tfcal Dilly WM a trs lrt M aIRWy steed l- BaiBtrtreMelrowiMatwwoiiWtwwI my besd lo shame all to the duitd wsUer Mt oat d dr lyboeorOd name tlB Denver an theHe writes rom torJ mhby horw a I joss tell ble motherItll oresh per poor of btartl Ae ai I rMttoatd pIH you mlebt break the news ta her mili la tile UgHUUir1 tot be eeeect- esy what ralThe 1rrRalor To the W Mid Pair vie Qeeea A- Oreeesst I B Roes liocthere Railway LfeoelMU eertloe irom Ilostb aid- Sosheaet For lelormathw addrwr W C RleearHW O P A caIlOIII O 0 t Clarke T P A LealnpIos KT Jobe OBMe of OorEow I the SUM was klud sear Cups Olrardeae- Mo the dtvtrfea of a by a ood over SB which they had oWaleed hr rob htne a ilore For Sale Privately bee d 11 tars of lad ltiatadfly It tetralbal OR the 8owe+ k-ftccbaavast 1811 aad ryaufryadoe11d lock la the J p HAILEY BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I i llrlnt dhelded to gels the buggy hasp RAM I will Nil tor the au w dareal roil- for barb a car load of ItegRte 8wrrey- ribanons sad lhlckbc alto II lot of They ere aU NIatcststyle dad 1lIa or be veakles are tub Ki a liar Irareli aeJorilTH OOVBR OrabOfebard Kya HOME FOR SALEI It not Mid prlvnleljr before Nov I waeell 11 countIII dented eapublic Graded Sfibool diehouse tocourt trot dlrYof limit TIM uae k aI tbcte are a tare room eMiapas acre of lad Ooo4 water and outhouse f dad TounporcMtfJ JUAN OHHI3TSUN Stanford Ky Ee D Peyton Dl M BIt IK Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and I Tobaccos Stanford s HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I r t their to Mil privately in hotel proper Buildstable InIy and tlvhry residencebotel or yale caR bh used as and is will arranged for two tamlllee Stable has e stalls and I In rood repair Ileu and house is not water at bUD told ty by JaD l will root it and can give 1 p that dato not e auburnIf reoted or iold separatelr I baro newtpotFurfurther- Y 1tteei I inerasa School call on or addreei n OAUtKNTFH Uaitoavllle Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I l haying been In the Tailoring bush all my We I feel confident In saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms I in the country With my experience in taking measure cud dlrectans clothes are bound to be utlsfacloryyour M my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as norlonced men arc in tbo I alto a nice line of fancy cheviot and other I will out nnd make Ifed t you desire at a moderato price Thanking you for past favors I am yours I I II C RUPLEY the Tailor t They Colobrato Their Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary The lxUetb wttuami annlvereary of aad Mrs j M Hooker wblab was celebrated at the home of their grand aaugfeter Mr Harris A Junklci la oily recently wise the occasion of much grattrloAiton on the part of their onlldren grandchildren and a boat 011 friend throughout the State The coil were married October 21 1814at home of Mra Booker futber Jno Morrlion In Lincoln county the cere moor being performed by Rev John Steule John Morrleoo the father Mr Qookur was one of tbo belt known men lo the State of Kentucky tpent the lat fow years of his life Oen Sam Houston Oghtlntr fair Imlepandouoe of Texa At tbo In time of hie marrtaKO Mr Hooker conducted a general merchandise itore In niutoiftlle Ky and a large farm near town and be was emtaeotly sue 11 IB both He wan Instrumental bnlldlRir the OhrhUaa church at Heeionvtll wolob twads to this day aid alto IB foeAdiec the Chrletlae Col at HeMoaville be bela Ibis ItlrtdoDOr Wbeo tbeOulleKe building was Boapleted Ice board of trueiol- did et IIIdge the moeey to hare the eo tuaUtuiloB Insured aed Mr Hooker bad U Mured for 5000 and iwld the penlnw blouelf Ourler that year titssollsgebemddowatiedMr nook eruiraed the leiurenee over lo the MI to form a nucleus fur erecting the preeot building Mr Uoaker hat of bit life been aottvo In butlne nanelal and educational circles nod many of the noted tnttltutlon of learnII log In Ibis State owe lo part their cx Utenia to his energy and capital Qe eoniinued In business in Quitoovlllefor twelve years after btu marriage and then moved with his fatally to Danville Qe remained la the latter place about ajl year when be told hb euxjlc of Rood moved to Lexington Previous to btu leaving Huttonvllle Mr Hooker la company with Mr Jolla Bowman mide a ouavat ol Lloeolu oooDty IB we Interest of Kentucky Uelvenlty and taeoeiMled In ralilac 117000 la sash tar the leiilMtlon the tvtNorlpUon being beaded by a dona MOD ol MOO by Mr Hooker Shortly alter bid arrival IB this oily Kentucky Celvertlty was removed to Ibis oltya Iran tlarrod bttrc and there was alto demand and ti prelei reed for a fe mile ootlere Owelag a tract of IndI cod wUhletr to do an sot that would beI nn honor to hie name for all time to eotae Mr Hooker donated this IraoLt aid with the attletaeoeof a few he built nod eetablubed Hooker ColI legs la 18d x a oost of 111OOO wblob Included the furnishing of the boueI Mr Hooker as proprietor of tbe college rimed Elder Robert Graham at tbatc time ooo of the mot noted educators In the country as president of tbo Insti tution and for six years he remained at the head and was succeeded byI Prof Harry Turner alto appointed by Mr locker The latter continued as proprietor of the institution for seven years and derle that time over 800 OU women from 10 different States attended the famous school Mr Hooker b still actively engaged busbies lo tblt city being at the of the insurance firm of J MI looker Son of which his sun T Lo looker le Junior memberLexI legion DemocratIOnly Makes a Bad Matter Worse Iorhap you have never thought of It but tbe tact must be apparent to everyone that constipation It caused by a leak ol water In the system and the use of drastic cathartic like the old fashioned pits mnkos a bid matter worse Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in Ihelr effects and when the proper dose s taken their action le so natural that one eau hardly realize It is the effect of medicine Try a 26 taut boltio of them For sale by all druggistsThoniagietrateWhy did you beat your wife The prlloDerJult to get In training The magistrate In training for what The prisoner Well you see your honor she asked me to beat the carpet Rod lafaDtod to leo If I was In condition n rPbll Your father kicked mo out of the ollloe when I asked him for your hand Lll Thats papas trouble bes to Intense IIo pale his wholo soul Into everything ho doe isWboD the oilIpbig tank In Fresno county Cal wag fired by lightning a cannon ball was shot Into tho tank and tbo oil ran through trenches that haij been dug for tbe purpose Vincent Cross a 6 year old boy was ISkilled Ic MoOrackon county by tie foot catching In tbe stirrup aa bo dismount his mule dragging him to death Tbo Crown Princess of Korea died at Seoul NEWS NOTES I The Lako Shore railroad will experl meet with steel arose ties on Tbe total admlillon for the Worlds for Pair to data number 10697737 ed Mrs Julia Resno and her fouryear old eon were burned to death at Cbl cairOhiTbe Chicago grand jury recommended the deatn penalty for highway robbery I IAll grades of refined sugar have been ter another ten cents a hundred pound In a riot at Rochester N Y one mao was killed and three fatally to wounded Martin W Burke the wellknown Chicago hotel manager was found dead his bed War between two rival unions of plat worker at Hartford City Ind led to a fatal shooting Mfts Katie Paul of Houitoe Texar was cured of St Vitus Diooe by the constant UM of salt water Tbe Japanese are sold to be using dog to locate the positions of the Rue of MotlBel aDd outposts Mrs Ansi Welsh matron of the In Auburn N Y State prison was beat to death by a female oonvlot Fire at Marlon Mob destroyed the poec otflaa aod opra hours blocks and twenty three reeldenee entailing a loss of 1200000 A large number of foreign arfexhlb Its at the World Pair are to be exhibited at the New York Art Exposition which opens Dec IS Representatives of IS New York un In the building trades have decided lo to form a new central body with a- memberabip of 90 000 A large per cent of the striking mine engineers hive decided to booopt a reduction of 656 per cent In wages and the miners union la East Xaihrllle Mrs Ltllle hater was abut and almost Instantly killed by Alfred Diner from whom she bad le cured a divorce lat week A deete fOil over New York City and harbor seriously disarranged traffic aDd retailed In tba sinking of an Kiel River ferryboat All tbe paiienger escaped Berglar entered the bank at Brfeker Mine broke open tbe safe with nitroglycerin secured 13000 In currency then made their escape on a band oar Wm Willie was killed and his son lelaw Floyd Comrall slightly wound d la an eneoaaler la Montgomery county presumably due to marital trou Tbe Marlborough Hotel ratbikellar New York ii alleged lo have been robbed of thousands of dollar by Its waiters A half domn of them were arrested Mr Martha B Smith aged 76 died Saturday night at Versailles of pneu monia and her husband one year her senior died Sunday night of the same disease Charles Ihlstrota Mr Clevelands excoachman was sentenced to prison for six months for forging the name of tbe former President to a check foe a email sum The Jury In tbe ease of exMayor DIJ S McCue of Cnarlottsvllle 1 charged with wife murder returned a verdict of murder In the first degree The verdict carries tbe death penalty At Detroit Edward Howard was shot and instantly killed by bit son vblleI tbe older man bad his Wife aod bIter pinned to tbe floor by their throats He bad been drinking anti had quar reled with Mrs Howard because shu would not rive him more money Poison found In the stomach ofMohn Rose a prominent farmer of Lewis county who died October 21 has re united In the arrest of Albert Harry and Mrs Fanny Ruglett charged with poisoning him A warrant la ont for the dead mans widow who la said to be In Fleming county Ruatla has accepted the telegraphic draft of the AngloRussian convention for tbo International commission to In quire Into the North Sea Incident A St Poterburg dispatch says there Is a rumor afloat that Rusjla will undertake to produce evidence at tbe totroatloo al court to show that the Japanese min- Ister at The Hague organized an on the Russian squadron FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way or Using Chamber lains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that Chamberlains Cough Reme dy Is a cure suitable for old and young I pen you tho following A neighbor of mine had a child Just ever two months old It had a very bAd cough and the parents did not know what to give It I suggested that they get a bottlo of Cham borlalns Cough Remedy and put some the dummy teat that tbo baby was suck lug It would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quid relief and cured the baby This remedy la for sale by all druggists HUSTONVILLE I I The Huitoovtlle suwand planing mill Water street raised steam yesterday the first time aod everything work satisfactorily A splendid 00 acre farm of flee land with good Improvement one and one miles from Hunonllle for sale cheap by W R William Tbe colt by Imported Planude and out of Imp Laurel that T L Carpen sold last spring for 81760 Is dave oping phenomenal speed In his fall training and the fortunate owner has refuted 10000 for him and was asked name his price but refused Mr Chas a weanling half brother that gives great promise Richard Cobb of Boyle bee recently told bll yearling stud colt by Dignity Dare and out of an On Time mare for 8250 and a full brother by Dignity Daro a suckling stud colt for t5Q These colts go to Missouri for future use as stallion and tbe owner fees very proud of these two standardbred model Moral Come to tbe West Knd Lincoln for tbe best Competition In every tine of business our city Is strong and stocks are large and well assorted and prices are lower than either Danville or your IIAndWork on our elegant new buildings Is progressing satisfactorily and It Is expected I that the hotels will be ready for occupancy by Dec 15th Watch us growOur Cousin Dick Powell of Chi cago Is visiting friends and relatives the West End Mrs Ollln M Poyn ter of Bloomlngton III is visiting the family of her grandmother Mrs Cath erine Blain E L Powell and C W Adam returned from a few days fish log trip to Dunnvtlle reporting floe sport having caught a number of four pound bats Mite Sudle Ellis of Stao ford was the guest of Mrs J A Blain last week Mr and Mrs H R Cam oils gave Mr Welter Vaoarsdall an elegant birthday dinner last week the oeeailon being her 20tb birthday Mr and Mrs James Connor of Louisville are visiting Mr aod Mrs Wcrdle Van artdall Miss Mary E Jenkins of Junction City Is visiting J R Routt and family Mrs Mary J Huffman Is again coo fined to her bed and her many oarlJrecoveryMien Melllo Hopper are home again from a delightful trip with a coterie of friends to the Worlds Fair CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 M Huey wilt begin a series of meetings at MoKlnney Wednesday night ClleyIconducting a revival with much sue cess Mlddlesboro News The Baptist Congress composed of both clergy and laity from all over the country Is In session tn Louisville Distinguished men In tbe Baptist Church are In attendance The splendid meeting at the Baptist church closed Sunday night with 23 professions 19 Joining that church The sermons of Rev Huey were all good and were greatly enjoyed by tbe large crowds tha attended eaoh oven ing A large crowd heard Rev J W Ha gin at Walton Opera House Sunday morning and enjoyed his splendid ser moo Much regret was expressed at Mr Haglns leaving his charge hero The singing was unusually good and tbe service altogether was a most interesting one Rev Hagln will preach blslast sirmons at his church next Sunday morning and evening Chamberlains CoughRemedy Is Pleasant to Take The finest IIija1ltTof granulated loaf sugar Is usod in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and tbo roots used In its preparation give It alia vor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Air W L Rod eriok of Poolesvlllo Md in speaking ol this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my chil then for several years and oan truthfully klodIeand it has no injurious after elect For sale by all druggists CPOLITICAL In the Vermont LeguUture a woman suffrage measure was beaten alter an exalting debate by A vote of 09 to 07 noIdent Democrats are not fools enough ImpostorLexington Tho brother of the murdered Clnoln nail telephone operator Miss Alma Steloway says tbo remainder of bis 0tHe will be devoted to running down punishing the slayer of his slater Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tat lets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For tale J ball druggists i See For Yourself If you want to see the good things in Suits and Overcoats come in theyre here If you want to be seen to the best advantage buy your clothes here We guarantee every thing we sell to give satisfaction eeaes tI Mr Riddel Will be with us Thursday Nov 17 and make a display of H J HEINZ COS Preserves Apple Butter Mince Meat Pickles r e The ladies are especially invited to attend and examine these goods also the famous Chase Sanborns Coileo will be served HOllselceT ers dont fail to attend from 9 A M to 11 artW H HIGGINS I STANFORD KY THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY Wo wish to announce to tho people of Stanford and surrounding country that our FALL and WINTER gtooK of Dry Goods Clothing Shoos Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents j Furnishings ie now complete and vro invite molt and everyone to visit our Store and oxamino our stock anti prices which we hope will he of intorost as well as important to yourself Ul to us Dont forget Tho Now Store It is the place to get the Beet Goods for tho Least Money C N9m4O Sam Robinson INext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky A HOT CAKE I Stoves that I have leftPrices on a few small Heating Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If fillY of these suit you I can save you somo money If yon are interested in a warm air furnace call at my shop and see the Patrie Fur naco that will heat a 7 9 room house with the sane or lobs full than two glntcswiJI burn S H ALDRItiGE Depot Street Stanford Ky C R McCormackDealer 1 1 Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack jHustonvitle I v1ysa y a THEINTERlORJOURNAL E c WALTON ANOTHER cut In the price of whiek bee been announced al Peoria Ill an the Independent dealers believe the trust has entered upon a war of exter mination There has been a fall by successive stages of five cents In about two months At this rate booze wll- eoon get obeap enough for country newspaper people to fill up on NOW that the election Is over lets get down to buflneee acd etchew any thing pertaining io politics Of noose the democrats will bave to vow In the primary of Deo 3rd but there U no reason nor sense In losing time and tearing shirts about it Let the oftodl dates do that A KANSAS jury recently EAT a ver diet of one cent damage In favor of a woman who had been unwillingly kiss ed In that State Thats about tb right value to place on a Kansas wo mane kits They come high la Ken tucky where the women are worth iclat log ADDITIONAL LOCAL K DONEOAN of Wayne was here this week looking for a farm SEE the Wonder the original Hot Blast Stove at John Bright Jr S CoeeNEXT month is Xmas Dont fall to look at the pretty things you will And at MuellersitEARL little eon of Jobn Montgom ery of the McKinney section died yea terday of membranous croup COL Gus JACUBRT has been engaged to make burgoo for free consumption at the CookKerr sale near Stanford h Friday next llth Lex Democrat I I JDDOB J BOYLE STONB of Liberty and Ex Commonweatthe Attorney N H W Aaron who recently moved to Casey from Uusscll have formed a partnerehlpiMESSRS A M PENCE and Josh p Jones have bought a 12horse Alamo i gasoline engine with which to run their feed cutters They bought it of I J Longest Bros of Louisville iTIIESomereet Journal which la up I to tbemlnute on sasslety says The leaders of the younger smart set are adopting the salute ratlltalre Instead of recognizing a friend by bowing In I the old time conventional way they give a sharp short military salute It is the newest fad brought back to town from the country and the shore and It Is well to Bay right here that the awkward selfconsolous girl should not at tempt It- STANFORD and Lancaster played a tie game of foot ball on the tatters groundsFrldav afternoon the score be ing 5 to 5 The teams were evenly matched and both sides played good bill Earl Coleman made the touch down for Stanford Menefee failed to kick goal W E Walker made the touch down for Lancaster but failed to kick goal It 1s up to Lanowter to pray the tie off on theStanford grounds Our boys will go Nlcbolasvllle next Friday to play the Threldkeld Select School of that place W STIOALL Mrs T lsielIoda Ferguson Stlgall died at her homo near Perry vllle last Wednesday evening after a abort Illness She wee the wife of the late Wm Stlgall and had been a real dent of Boyle county for several years Mrs Stlgall was a native of Paducab but moved to Lincoln county later where she was married to Mr Stlgall in July 1862 Ten children was the result of this unlou nine of whom are living They are Meed am bJ S Mo Klttrlck J F Gudgeon Misses Nancy Dlshle and Eva Stlgall and Messrs W iL H T P S W and G C Stlgall l Mrs Stlgalt was a true good Indulgent mother and a sincere friend in all that the word Implies She was raised an l orphan her mother and father having died when she was a child consequent ly she tried to be a mother to every orphan child with whom she came In contact In fact all who knew her loved her Funeral services were held morning at 1030 In the Methd tdietchurch conducted by Josiah God and the remains were laid to rest in Perryvllle cemetery DAUGHTER fRev T J Ayiwardasslstant pastor of St Patricks Catholic church St L Louis was Indicted on ttia charge of Jbavlnjt fraudulent naturalization pa pen his possession He was arrest f ed but was released on his own recog The Indictment was on Infor rtnuance furnished by the republican State committee and Is believed will 4coatthe republicans 10000 votes In St Handy with a gun and the mother of 12 children Mrs Johanna Brown la sure of being elected constable of Hugo s Col One of her first actions will be to enforce the Sunday cloning law T A white girl who entered a St Louis theatre escorted by a Filipino was hissed from the building and the en trance foe refunded at the box office a t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Pulaski county had 24 hours of rain last week The wife of Robert H Devon Is dead In the Rolling Fork section of Casey carperd James Letcher of London an Inmate of the Lexington asylum picked the lock on ward IB end escaped Vanhoolt at died a few days ago aged 47 A wife survivesMiss Uarrett daughter of J A Garrett a farmer of Ubeber Casey county died after a lingering Illness of typhoid fever John Magees saw mill on Copper creek near Gum Sulphur was burned The loss Is not heavy and the machin ery was only slightly damaged ldJInOlavlog of Indictments has returnedjlndloi meets against Wood Wolfe and Lee Baker for false swearing Mrs Melinda Ferguson Stlgall died at her home near Perryville after short Illness She was the wife of the late William Stlgall and bad been a resident of Boyle county for several yearsAt London E H Johnson S demo crat and James Sparks republican bad a fight over politics Friends on each side took up the fray weapons were drawn and serious trouble nar rowly averted = Rufus Bryant a wealthvifarmer living near the Fayette and Jbssamlno lisle was run over and seriously Injur ed by a train on the Cincinnati South ern railroad Be was found almost fro zen next morning and taken to a Lex ington hospital Mrs Landram wife of Editor Louis Landram of the Central Record met with a serious accident while returning from a call In crossing a cattle guard she fell striking the Iron spikes one being driven Into her hip another Into her knee while a third made an ugly wound Dr J B Klnnalrd was called and after dressing the wounds said he thought there would be no complies tloo to prevent recovery A Harrodaburg dispatch save The people of this city are greatly elated over the prospects ot an electric rail way system connecting Harrodsburg Danville Junction City Stanford Lan i caster and Perryvllle and giving these towns direct connection with and competitive rates over both the Southern and L L N railroads It la said that the plans of Mr Snyder who has bean granted a franchise to build an electric line to Junction City contemplates the building 8f such a line as mentioned above and Harrodsburg will at once take steps to have the line built and will do her part In the matter A London special says The exam Icing trial of Charles Green the boy who shot and killed his father Milton Orson Thursday evening was held Saturday The testimony Introduced was entirely favorable to the boy add It was proven that be was the support of the family while the father was habitually drunk and very abusive to ward the boy and other members of the family Witnesses testified that on the evening Green was killed be bad told I the family to prepare to cat their last supper for alter they had eaten togeth er be would kill them all The elder Green was known as a desperate char acter having killed one man and badly wounded another MATRIMONIAL Woodson Wayne and Miss Fannie Goode of Perryvllle were married at HarrodsburgClinton r 27 and Miss Daisy Leach 19 were joined In wedlock at Rev J M Cooks at Highland I Jesse Weatberford a widower of 25 and Miss Daisy Atwood aged 10 were made one at Mrs Sallie Atwoods Wed nesdayIR B Sutton of Corbin and Miss Sarah Rummett of Harrodsburg wereI married at the FifthAvenue Hotel Louisville An Arizona man has written the postI office department to know whether ho I can legally advertise to sell to women 2500 chances at II per chance wben he will rattle himself oft the lucky woman to take him for a husband and get the money too Miss Josephine Reid eldest daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid of Danville will be married on the 10th to Mr Henry Harris Banford of Cbl cago The prospective bride Is one of Danville most beautiful and talented young women Mr Sam M Matheny an industrious and enterprising young farmer and Miss Annie M Gooch the pretty daugh ter of the late William Goocb will beI married at W M Matbenya tomorrow They will Include the Worlds Fair in their bridal tour The eldest children of two Japanese families cannot marry for the eldest child must always live at home and so keep the family home from passing in to strange hands If a man marries aIJapanese heiress be has to take her family name If he la poor himself The large dourly muleof R A Carr at Maysvllle wore damaged by I fire and water to the extent of 13000 Hero and Thoro Carrie Nation is at the Fair Her first ant was to yank a cigarette from a boys mouth and slap biB jw- A large barn on the farm of Mrr Mary Whltsltt near Parse burned with tobacco and other contents The loss Is 14000 Samuel McCue exmayor of Cbar lottsvllle Va convicted of murder In the Ural degree carries upward of 870 000 life Insurance- A rate of Icenta mile has been granted for the Kentucky State Reunion of United Confederate Veterans which will be held at Peweo Valley on next Friday John Cook tbe young son of W It Cook of this city was dangerously stabbed by a drunken rulllan named Tom Williams at Jelllco Somerset JournalDaring tbe campaign tbe Democratic National Commltt salt out and die trlbored411OIOi4fldooumentaBaglleh foreign and CoBgr loBal lithographs and buttons also being olaascd ns docu mentsTbe laundry and poatoUtae building ofsStanford who will at once put another story upon it tbe upper floor of which be will occupy as a dental oOlofSom erset Journal JAMES H RAINES l a caJWate for ceotbe PMC W the Sun HmooakrtaryDec WATT M DUDDERAR dlttelctubjecl O J CROW l acaIMft for JUHk k the Peace ol MM Hili 01theBAKER WALLS Is a candidate for constable of the Stanford District subject to the action of the Jcmofatif prtatary Dec JI94 PRIERSHAIR BALSAM hlriOrarttlrt5e ap 1w1a- naadstaoat IoaIr namsu BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about 90 acres on D nrllle Avenue onehalt mile from Graded School known ai Uoodknlght farm Good house of T rooms with best of cistern and all flee essary outbuilding The farm stands drouth well Call on Mrs N M Qoodkotghl at Ilrooaugh Cottage now occupied by Judge BaileyFarm For Sale I On account of lllh aitb I desire to sill I privately BIT farm of 171 acre located In edge of HustonTllle Good IwproToraents fruit never tailingwater Will sell as whole or on lower part O n HAIINBTT- Hustonvtlle Ky A S PRICK Barge jDBnt1a Stanford Kjs movr HeBoberu OulayBuilding R A JONES DENTISTStanford I Icy Office In liven House Parlor Phone 91 Tothe Insuring PublicI i Having had a loss under Policy No FI 137768 of Home Insurance Oo of New ltaofordKypromptl1udlIbralliottlomenta better and I dare say few as good They do not deduct one fourth from your as some would have you believe but willingly Indlmnltltbaor Assessment Companies For further par ticulars In regard to Mutual or Assessment Companies address me M QUEEN MDiiriir Kingavllle Ky PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1001 In order to dissolve partnership we will sell all our crop stock etc on the Isaac lbyOltypike consisting of about 600 balm of millet hay and straw IS stacks of millet hay about 250 barrels corn 400 shocks of fodder 20 fat hogs about 60 head of Zyeurold cat tie 12 yearlings 10 fat cattle some cows and 2 saddle hores a combined mare 300 good ewes due to lamb In January buckboard and other things too nu promptly of S20 and under cash over f10 a CO days note negotiable at Farmers National lank of Danville Ky bearing 6 per cent Interest securityiISAAO BHELIIV JIt T D EnglUli Auctioneer PUBLIC SALEI I 1 Having decided to change my location 1- wl1 on TUESDAY NOV M 1MJ Sell to the highest and best bidder If not propertytfronting on Main street containing two dwollingwltbnecessaryoutbulldngYvarious kinds In a good relgljborhnod and propertywillyeaubtarlngsale Will alto sell a No 1 1C horse power completeandwill bo sold for onehalf cash In hand the remainder on a credit of six and twelve jaonthl time bearing six per cent Interest from xf sale A lien retained on the property until paid P M OOSOKII Crab Orchard Ky Come Mr Man i Its time you stopped living pennywise and pound foolish If Wake up and learn of the progress theres been made in readyI l forservice clothing You will be surprised at the i1 ness of 1 Cummins flcClarys ClothesmNone Better Can be Built a Not Even to Your Order Investigate and Get the Facts for Yourself Suits Single and Double Breasted 850 to SI75O ovIcoats and Rain Coats 5 to 20 There is no reason should not have the best when it costs no more than the inferior Iand thats our assur- aneCummins i McCIary h STANFORD KENTUCKY- I I WANTED Turkevs Dvcks Owne sad Clilokeas Highest each Market prteeIII Mauford Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory treat 7 room cottage The bowels sew A a plan did garden and orchard There Is a large mill on trie place a good emtbr sad H dam ta In good repair and the natural pow er ts great economy la running the will ioee a splendid buslnees Everything I In good repair has all necessary outimno ingv The owners only reason for selling Is the rush of other bu ness as bo bu ex tensive farming Interests to look after This property lIon the Ilanglrr Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars drew H Thurmond LyUu or L It Hughes Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I If not sold privately l will sell publicly on MONDAY NOVEMBER 14100- 1leuntycourtdnyin Stanford farm of sal acre 3i of Walnut Flatknown as the 0 O and W F Abraham farm Te dwelling has six rooms and good barn four Dever Talllng springs and present crop are No 1 good on it rtnebalf of the fencing made of good wire and 30 acres In clover and timothy close to school lioyo and church Farm join I pike on South side and free mall delivery person desiring to purchase this farm on Geo or Jim Gray son or onUISTKUIA unAsatWalnut Ky J I Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I 1 will sell at public outcry at theMrs An nlo Harlan farm four mlles from Danville one mile from Hedgevllle on Danville and Lancaster on- WENESUAY NOV 38 lOot The following property I Sven good work mutes 2 extra mare mules coming four year old 7 horse ono trotting bred mare with foal to Bernadotte S2fl 1J 3M or 4M barrelS of corn In crib 100 bushels of hemp seed free from one straw stack w 78 pound shoats one weanling calf two milk cowl five laIlOpound cattle farming1m plemenu one Deerlug binder one hemp cutter one season one disc breakIng plow one OUer chilled plow one disc Iul tlvator one tooth harrow one corn nholler one farm wagon three beta of plow gear one extra nice set of harness one wheat fan two buggies household and kitchen furniture late begins promptly at 10 A u Terms made known on day of sae T D English Auct J O DROWN POSTED We whose names appear below strictly I passingontOur places andwlllnprosecute violators full extent of the law J Z Spoonaroore T M Holmes H F J U Camenlioh W II JohnsonPeter Mn Mary Ohent David Stephen names M White and wife E U I1 Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Hoot Bam F Reynolds Morgan lIumpbrey U T Wnrlon OhrlOll Rnsalln J II McAllster Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbach Bras Fred VonOruenlganAlbort VonOruenlgan Prod VonAHman Alfred George Holmes Charles OumminsepesJoelIlallouch You want Your Money I To buy the most We want your trade andwill moneyinThe llrottlclotb we oflr at 81Ifr yard is the beet to he INK better tanUM regular 81 25 Compare it with other Our 40inch Mohair in all onion At 41+ c per jwnl k the regular tfceulquality patternUooilBlankets from boo to Jfi per pair SltrltllntI411108pairLodlfttlCorsets from 23o to 8130 Shirting Cotton tram 80 to Radios JnokoU from 175 Ious Hats from 4P c to 83 pairIBoys Clothing from 81 to Splendid line of Ladies Belts Purses Side LadiesNeckwearHosiery Etc Our prices are al ways the lowest qualities the best to be had THE GRAND LEADEROW8LEY BLOCK M B Levy 8 Co WATCH OUR S B Levy ADAI DR E H MURRA- YOPHTHALMOLOGIST 4 That branch of science which deals with tho eye its anatomy and hmaoft tion in IIKALT1I and disease Century Dictionary I use no MEDICINE oithor in examination or troatinont of tho eyes nor pororm any SURGICAL operation but simply correct all defects of fraction with porfoct ADJUSTED GLASSES Have successfully HoIrgovornl hundred pairs of glasses in Boylo and surrounding counties will he at t- ti St Asaph Motel Monday Nov 14 Dr E H Murray home Olfiee With Murray rcAdams Danville Op1Hhalm610 Ky i81l I I w t TisLts S i Wo are oflcring some real pretty Suits in Plain and Miimush Cloths at 15 to 20 Those arc made with the I vary newest slonva mutton log and now hack Skirts are t a graduated kilt eleven gored jc PLAID SILK WAISTS of t In Blue Growl and Cardinal at 5500 THE I h KY Nov K 1004 BttlN to work oo ibttt bad Cough nd QeW by viloir Pin Whl PIOI s end Tar TbU remedy U ffoetlrt Bid nlaafanl to takesvm ibt eblWron Ilk 1t ask you to try It and It not MI Itlltd we return your money Prigs a bottle m IttoayiDraKStorB Stanford PERSONALS MANLY ALHKIOHT of Drobead WI bore Saturday MRS D F GOOD of Turner vim la quite HI with a deep ooW- MlBB AMANDA STONH St Liberty is a guest at Judge M O Saaleyo c Mgt MARY OWRNS of 3o aiT at U with te fanny of Jolts W Rout I WILLIAM CllANDLMH ql Grab Oroh artt went down to UeUtaoB today MMB L NA JOKMB Ik vMUoe Mr Manswet J Marti ai WaUoa Ky Mies RIIODA WiirrN lift tkla morn Uc ffr Atlanta to remain a aaOBtb or W MR J HARVJIT VAXBOOK 1 Bari- lau I eaese lip to stamp cedar the root sir I MR KAKLW CorntiT ol Pttt4iMirir ami iowii M y04s far Parker Davis OeM Dfc J W AofOH wile art MB Half I fee of KUwwrtUe were bore mlllISaturday MM A R XommLLW it the Tur DWIVIII aUen II gelu HeV withma larlal lover MR JAMIIB I WAIT is HP from- oambsrlaed eity when he hat Carte oillatorNtsDK I NNY wife aid lIujl- btv Carole el OnvUk were guiI a at bheller hors I MiFAifKtt ACtruc bat rewrotd karuser Mw D B a vlelt W ItrfI M Part MK Afro MM A E Oiimoiw ol Dvtllep yaday wttb Wr aN- t Mr W T13utltb- MRieI EMMA Ow uiT rstord this aftersooB trout a viiU M Hw lrt at LextoBWB sad DAvlile MRS M JT BLKIN ol LutsRofl and Joiapb H Riut of Lbaaea Jnt- on name borne to yote MISS SALUH SIIBLTOK who I dOing tenoRraphlj work at Aakermao MIII erdcr the I J sent to her MR W T SAUNDBRB spent several L wooks with hli daui titer Mn JI J CornulUoo at Campbollavlllo M its WALLACE WALTon the pop hostess of tho Pennybaoker Ho- I 1 KloK lUo was hero yesterday T w PBNNJNOTOM Loo mil J M Beck came up from College to vote tho democratic ROBERT McKBCUNUi of tbo Hubble section has secured a poilllon with the La Olede Oat h Kleotrlo Light Co In St Louis j Mn W MASON MORHIB and wife of Crab Orohard were hero Sunday returning from a visit to hit relatlvot at Shelby City Mil THOS MWTOAIS and famllVi of Boyle county vtelted hit aunt Misses Sarah and Alice Moloalf Nlaholat villa Journal MESDAMES J F WMBTand 8La nler and Mitt Ollle West of Mill Spring have been Ruottt of the faml ly of J D ads Miss EMMA WARRBN who U learn leg tbo art pretervatlvo In this ollloe It t making remarkable progress She will make an adept before long Taos B lADS hat returned from a pleasant vteit to his sister Mrs Ettlo Brown of Wayne and reports every I thing lively In the oil fields CAlT T E Binu of tho MoKlnnoy section who hat been very tick was and hitable to come to town yesterday friend were delighted to tee him W T B WIIITB of the Etit y iJndwho hat been sick for tome time I was able to come to town Saturday af I ternoon and hit friends were glad to teo him Mil J S BOPKKR president of tho- r I Cumberland Valley Land Co and judge J W Aleorn ohio of Stanford attorney for the same were In the oily s ttJtB week looking after the Interests of y Newttho company MlddlMboro MISS SARA DDDDHRAU entertained on Saturday evening The outoftown C W HolTman guests were Mo dame A Doup Miss Battle E Hoffman Calvin HolT Mettrt Samuel Sobang Kammerer and Tom Sblr1maq Will l cliff of Loultvlllo I I LOCALS Flue proof root at W N Craig Pfearmaeltt READ W aBlfClatia ilngadver ID8 H wIIIItutorial you PcDtOKBM Belgian Hare lor tale Mn W J Id rail ton Crab Orchard MHNS taddlM horse blankets oDd lap rube In treat variety at J C Mi FOR a quickheater economy In fuel buy Coltt airtight heater from W H TliBdamoarau who have done their duty will enjoy Mr prom laud rendition of Dixie TUB gamebetween Stanford and Laneatter at the latter place Friday retultad In a WI 5 and 5 SONIC eeoaedrel two balM of wire frets the porch of W W White store at LytU Saturday night Bupfc Garland SlnRlnton be will have 191 per oanU h rs Saturday next U IIutioQvtlle Lancaster wl- 1Hndadllakt ot mut0 lover to en Joy the ItMlul Wadn Hlay tveolnjf f My tflftUloa of bolMaygoodt U larg er and more Meet thin ever and I gsaraatett the prtott te IM right W n Mueller FOR RUNT FOR 1906 Couace on Danville avenue between Dr Oarpen t rBBd W M Brlghlt Apply to Mrs J B Owdey WAUTHR WBB sootw to D C Stpplei hit farm of M aurae at Jumbo far II too This laeludM the reitdenee whleh JMBtalM astute room BBAK IR rid tie Cook Kwr tale at the Jesse clerk faN Friday aad the Mae ef Uso D WeaUt rtard at UMien vide Sautrday Rid MM oda IB tklt I KXCHAMUK To Lads Aid Society tf the DapUet eb roh will have an ex kaigeatll L Retabtartt sure Sat urday next 1SU MM E J Brown seeret- arytea MR D C ALLIIN bed k tale of hi pcrtoaalty at hie home sear MoKlnney Saturday Satisfactory price ruled throughout Mr Allen will board at McKinney A ti NBWTON proprietor of the Shower House at Gllaabtthtown was found dead In bed Howat a brother of Mr A Newton proprietor of the Newtonian Hotel Huttonvllle TUB members of tboCorlitlan church will give Hid and MM J W Begin a reception In the church Saturday after noon Noy 12ib from 2 to 4 All tbo member are earnestly requested to be present 1 UAg jUlt opened a new stock of grooorle candle fruit etc which I dixlro to call yourattontlon to Fruit and candles received dally Give me a call W H Brady nuxt door to M D r TUB proapcot are that Mr HolT mann and Mr Gantvoort will bu greet ed by the InVtruBt audience that has ever attended a musical In Stanford The program contains numbers that will be qnjoyed by all TUB water works company la taking advantage the present dry spell to clean out the lake which now lae only about two or three feet of water In It By tbo way this water It being saved for fire fighting purposes OiVB ut more local news and less polities said a good lady to ui the oth or day A good suggestion and we will do all In our power to comply with her request We aro never bapplor than when pleasing our reader CLARENCE HAL tl the seven weeks old ion of Mr anti Mrs A p Parsons died at 11 oclQCk Sunday morning and woe burled In Buffalo cemetery at 1030 A M yesterday Rev P J Rosa made few remark at the grave Ia customerWE with to say to our and j friends that our Holiday line ibis sea son will be larger hanever before We expect to announce our opening uh ej If you have not visited our goods 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 better The makers improve each season and a has only to get her size and they fit like they were made especially for her Let us show you I Hotlmannt TRY our Maple syrup W H Big r MAKAGKK H c WAY Is presenting bli patron with a MW telephone guide UlAMM to tot the eye and frames tot the face aw Dr W NI Craig1 Pbar HAVB your Christmas stamping dose by Mrs C L Carter Stamping every Tuesday and Friday Phone 101a FOR R1Rrb1ptwo boutet on Welt Main Street one oaoupled by Rev J W Harln and tbe other by 1C C Wal ton Mark Hardln TtiH creditor of Alex Traylor are oAtifled to appear before me and prove t elrolaltna agalnathls estate on or bs tore Nov I 1901 O B Savfley Mete Mr RAD the ad of eC Thurmond and L R Hughe la this Issue and write either of them for particularand price or go to see them and they will show yew the eheepestproperty In Lincoln taeaaty1x54 BpllM are preparing to hee exMntlvc laiprtiveaMBii made on ib Interior of their oaurah Tbe Cbri Uaa oburflb which has Just undergone repairs la cow a tblag of beauty Set view will be held then Sunday TUB Pint National Bank of Stanford will offer for tale to tbe highest bidder before the ooert house on Mon day Nov 14 16W Itt brlek onset on Lancaster Street and a small dwelling on Somerset Avenue Terra mado known on day of tale J S Hooker P Tile basket cupper given by the Na tional Benevolent Society at Wayne berg Friday plpbl was well attended Bad about 113 was cleared A feature of the ooeaston were the after supper ipeeobs of Sept Garland Singleton Bad Metin R L Hubble and J S O +riley Jr THK local Chapter Dauehtera of the Xmfedtraov are maklog arrangements to make the Bailey Recital at tbeopera house next Friday evening Nov 11th the event of the season Tbe Chapter consider Itself fortunate In securing the service of Madame Bailey whose volee has been beard In every promi nent place the countryI Danville News TUB ELECTION At wo go to press probably the quietest National election I ever known In Lincoln county is being held A big vote is being polled not withstanding tbo tact that neither tbo democrats nor the republicans aro spending money Itli Indeed a poor day for tbo floater The chances are that Lincoln county will go democratic by a malimajorlty Another edition of this paper will be gotten out early tomorrow mornIng when wo hope to toll of tbo election of Parker Davit Cantrlll and Gilbert S MAD DOGS Contlderablooxoltement was caused about church time Sunday by the report that Anderson Carts coon dog badgonomad and was biting at every thing It came in contact with Several men armed with shot gun and pistols started In pursuit of tbo canine and found him In tbo lot back of the Myera House A half dozen shot wore tired butJGeorgo Ely tot the cred it of bringing thobruto to the ground Walter Hlatta house dog went mad last week and his owner shot him after a bard fight The dog tried his best to bite Mr Hlatt who fought him with his gloved hand3untllhl wife came to his rescue with a shot gun CIRCUIT COURT The November term of tbo Lincoln circuit court begun yesterday The following grand jurors were given a comprehensive charge by Judge Bell who then adjourned court until Thursday next 10th J M Reynolds John Chrliman J M Bell R J I Hogue E T Pence J S Underwood I Ed Hubbard Jack Terry B D Carter William Moser O H Cole R H Crow The latter gentleman W8B made foreman The petit jury for this term i IBRB follow R H Cooper JD Long Steve Estes J G Baugh Evan Lyon G W Spangler Joe Oak W C AI ford L U Hubble Georgo D Boono H FNewlaud David Kubatik Prank Davis A M Frye Grant North B A Tucker and A W Carpenter NOTICE 1 All parties owing the eagle at J C Hur ton roust ful at one All partlm to whom the stale to Indebted tend lt statement to uatferslgatd II O IIoRTo Aft UllUraburg Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having derided to rlrn to Somerset- otter 1 tar sale ly lilY Ion on But Main Street In diftifoH The raldeeee to aslxrooaoottafe brand sw bath roes and all enve pees The lot contain about 1 acres of lasMl aad tIHI bow M a OMMt JaltghUul en Per tarsier particu tare mil on or write me at Beret J U heck or Wm neck at Stanford Just What You Want The marvellous musical entertainer I am agent for tbe sale of Tbe Victor and Columbia Grand Disc Oraphaphooe and Records c tbe float talking tinging machine made Pays the beautiful perfwto records band records orchestra rmaleiuartolte records song records banjo rciorae viola records All these r are given la a true HaUiral tone I will sell you a maculae for easB with dlseouot or on lasMlnwBto oo easy rtoathly payaeat I will tar yoo money la Mils the greatest MiMlcal iMtmawsit ever ted oe or PUBLIC SALE I will Mil at pnbtlc section on SATURDAY NOV IS 1N4 At my farm near Huttorvllle boctnalne at It A M prompt the following describe i Ose pelt extra good mare mule 1 landlltgh weigh 1101 povodi a gao- yearling male It good yg cults 1 allirows T extra IDe Polled AgHealM goad ewe I brood mare S eetta one pod one by Dignity Dare to tat abate I- nkle tetra and U pigs a two hone wagon and barns two bunle sad haraem new Ueerlng mower one nay rake wood frame and klUsben fuolture Term made known on day of sale OROIIOKD VVBATURKKORD Agent Uu t nrllle Ky PUBLIC SALE TUIRSDAV DKOEMHRK1 tees Flea Woodford county farm known IM the S O Morris place eoJI teliiUg ITS acre situated II mllea froaV realllee 1H a11e from MorMMTllle OB Ute McOowau Ferry pIke eoareclei to school sad awellln boaec with six room HI cburelljbarn stable cud al other t yearling heifer 8 yearling steers IN sheep 4 sow with pIp 1 Milder 1 Out tug harrow 1 drill 4 plows 1 gleaner 1 1ltortv Monarch rake 1 handsome tot of furniture and otber article Terms made known on day of sale 1artles wishing to see the place or obtain any Information apply to GUltltY MOKUIS SALE ON 111904 Having desolved partnership we will sell all oUr Stock Crops and Farming Imple mint on th- eJESSE F COOK FARM 6 MIlos E of Stanford 25 tuna sheaf outs 15 tons mixed hap 500 shocks of corn 300 shook of folder lot of carpenter and blacksmith tools binder mowers wheat drills corn planter harrows plows wheat fan and other farming Implements I steel tiro buckboard 1 bike runabout 1 buggy a S seated surrey nil vehicles of tbe best make and used very little Herd of Registered Berkshire Hops herd of registered Poland China hogs These are sows and boars and gilts weighing 123 to 150 pounds from sires and dams of the best herds In Kentucky and Illinois and close up In blood to Worlds Fair winners Herd of Registered Short Horn cattle consisting of cows and yearling and wean hog calves GO fat hogs weighing about 175 pounds 0 good Jersey milk cows some fresh a pairs of good work mull i mule colt I paIr geldings 3 and S years oldweight 1350 pounds each and good workers saddle mares well broke and bred to Prnston 923 Same good mare mules A German Coach Etalllon 7 years old 2 saddle geldings good walkers Oarload of unbranded 2yearold Kan sas mares and geldings Carload of 3 to 5yearold mares and geldings Some Indian ponies well broken to addle and harness t yearling jacks 1 jack colt all black polnaSale promptly at 10 a m No reserve Mo postponement All sums tiO and under cash over If0 credit of months Notes negotiable and payable at tbe First National lank of Stanford Ky bearing 8 per rent Interest from date with approved security Hurgoo and lunch for ties coming from a distance will stop at the St Asaph Hotel as our guosts where they will end conveyance to farm Ior cata logue of registered stock or other further Information apply to J F Cook Letlug ton Ky COOK i KERR Stanford Ky Col Gee A halo Anct i 1CLOAKi We arc showing the newest styles ns hey come out in New York and the prices arc moderate We show some swell coats at 750 to 20 JI WALKING SKIRTS f We have just received lot of brand now styles in walking skirts These have originated in the last month They art pretty and every one mantailored Self the new 17 gored skirt I 1 VERA8z SON STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD 1ullr Clarya Biggiea IMONMY Illmorea oft You Dont Know readymade department workmanship lady ginsS Midsta CemrS presidenta throughout AlfordJ AlltItaford tlmutbyIIDyaDd lple1DIen LextugtonKy PUBLIC FRIDAYNOVEMBER 111gbland IIIgblandI TailorMade Skirts f I Cash 1 We have this identical skirt on silo this week nt tho low price of S225 in Greys and Blacka This is only one of tho ninny styles wo are showing in skirts ranging in prices front 1 235 to SO Kememhar our stock of furs are j the bolt to ho found in Stanford We aro I showing big values in Korean Saute Merman Martin flack Martin C U8Yc Tome to us we will save you go xl money on this lino j I Than too you have UM satisfaction of knowing you bay from house that handles no seconds shoddies or job tots Ii t John P JonesjI The Flat Iron rr r Is the newest thing in Hats We have them in all colors and prices just in i Also John B Stetson Hats in Light and Blacks 350 and 450 I s srae sTerms i j a i HJMRoberts Barualo StoreI- s f I tJ Now Openr R With a full lino of Clothing Dry Goods Dress Goods Notions tihwl Into Goods told cheaper than you ever hoard of them In ninny case yII can l imnio the price and tako the goods Gill nnd ECO vrlmt we have wt Our ii Ideas will surprise you 1 S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY L fniR k dYJilr as v d y Ww H LfTHE JNTERlORJOURNAL ridntered n the post oL1 ceat Stanford at utanddan oUlrI11 aitrhaTuulgpa euxaFsida4e l PER YEAR CASH m Wn nnoHop ldoaOOwm bechirzsd I KNOXVILLE DIVISION NsMTnlngolnj North lMpm NjM It u 390 an N2S It It South 1216nmt- vo72 It 1123II m r BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STaNFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND fEEDSTflBbE- Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us OB Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal ITIiawau Saloon GOOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous nine Orals new Case kegand bottled 0 Brent Sou wood mixer Phone 8e Stan ford Ic- yJJar21 Traylor DIALtll IK Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc IICarpenter House STANFORD KY I Prompt andpobite attention Nothing but the fees to drink Mall phone cr tllezrapb orders receive prompt aUntlea Pruitt BrothersT Undertakers Livery Furni ture Rave a special line of Rugs for the 11011 day Winter Kobe Holding Paper Stub and Doors Glace cut 101110 Mn O B Pruitt has a nice line and WinterI Millinery PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE O CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persons wliblog to buy or soil farms will well to see us Wo have a number of one Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale tied will be pleased to show any one what we have It you desire to sell It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R S ttony Insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of i ncoln and uasaj who may be seeking in surance against biro Lightning and Tornado None but the nod best O1d Line Com panics represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky MIlS CECEUA STOW Orator Kntre Nous ClubI170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four years I suffered front ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the- only way to get well I however operationMyas 1 for borne with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get n of Cardui for me to try and ho did so Ibegantoimprovemafewdaysandmy anotherdPt Mrs Rtowes letter shows every woman how a home is widened by plelelyWinoness andbrings health and happi suffering and secure a 1100 bottle of Wine of CwuL r WINEoCARmJI R C WARREN Is a CAifciUatt for Je of the Lincoln Cw- eubjectte n the ettn at the deaecraW blow JAS P BAILEYiIs a casdUate fw as Me nf the Unto County Covet SHBJtct Is the aOH eltae Deepen rtyTHOMAS D NEWALND 8R Is a candKlit tor ShetNft Uncrtn county subject u tilt action of tht dwootratlt party GEORGE W OeBORD Is a caoaUat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjee- I t tfit attten of the dtnxratlc parry T JEFF HILL SR subletaJESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to rte action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS ft a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject M Us action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject t the action of the Democratic party W I HERRIN is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the IsL ocrl tic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candUatt for Superintendent of Public Schools tf Lincoln County sukject to the action ot the demo uatic patty MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Sap rtaeedeiit of PuN Schools f Uncom ComQr satrtct to the action ef the dene jrattc party GARLAND SINGLETON ofPlalllllctie ef the Oosocrark parry JAMES ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor ef Unssta county sub lea to the action or tae demecrauc party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate far Asteswr of Lincoln county sab ect to the acttoo of tee democratic patty D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub pct to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK tmlflubJectW A CARSON MWjectE D KENNE V Is a caodUate for Assessor of LhtcMfl reanty sey to the acts of tae deasocralk party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a undUile tor couarty attoraeyof LMeste asysu- bject to tae actkw of lie democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Ltacota county to a candidate for the neeasMlfen for State Senator hi this dIMtkt Mkfect I the acfloD of the deoocratk party A W CARPENTER II a omAUals for Conrrm vAfetl to tIM aces i the ProhlMttoa party I W S BURCH Is a candidate for OatsMy Atistney of LbKol cows ty subject to the action W the DIM party W L MCARTY IsacaidHalsferSkotMreT Ltaeeki teeny sbeP to the action of J ssocratk patty JAMES T ROBERTS Of the East End Is a caadtttte for suKtstnt salted eo ore acnew of CM dieaocratte primary Ore j- l4 CHARLES REDD lea cmsUMe for Jattke of the Peace la tbe Crab irckMd Alaelsttrtal district mtject to the ac e sM DessocratJc ary Dec j 1904 JAMES A DUDDERAR III a caadUale for magistrate of the Slaafoni DIe tctsukject lu the action of the democratic primary I DecJ 1004 J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers I no AMOOIAUMII 4ruruitareltfuttingRUgaThey kinds a call Prices right oTANEORD KENTUCKY J+ Gh + JCCbNY tTbTDE1tl AltEt EMBALMER And DoaloarIn HARNESS SADDLSB Q Stanford KyI LAND STOCK CROPS ETC 1 Rev J W Hagln has a good bar nesi horse for sale Armp Daweon sold to Danville parties 600 bushels of Irish potatoes at Mo- D A Dohooeq sold his farm of 101 aores eight miles north of SprloRflalQ to A L Lltsev for 910000 O P Huffman bought of Dr Bug Reid tome butcher stuff at So and of J B Druco tome fat bogs at lie Thirty yearling cattle fot sale Will welch 800 pounds and Bro extra good M M SandldRe Mlllodcevljle Ky Three stray pIlls came to my gott same keep J B Sartln A C Miles of Garrard bought ID Jeiiamlne county three car loads ol boss averaging 225 pounds at 13 75 to to 14 50 Nlcholasvllle Journal A red yearling steer weighing from 600 to 600 pounds came to my place last Spring Owner can get him by paying for his keep and this notice William 31oi In tbe corn show given at Danville by the Kentucky Supply Co and Cogar f DavIe W P Glvent of this county won first prize Dudley Bryant of Doyle second and Thomas A Bradley of Boyle third There wore 71 entries President Hawkins of the Burley To t bacco Growers Association lava the time bas been extended by the capital lets for scouring the required number of signers of contracts 01 growers until next week He Is confident that the movement will now be made a eue ceaa Alta McDonald has driven more lea eatlonal miles behind trotters aid pac ere In 104 than anj relnstnan ever did before him In the long history of the turf Be la the only driver who over drove two performers In use year to as sensational worlds records as that held by Dsrlel 2021 the champion pacin mare and MaJor Delmar 201t the worlds champion trotter both per formances without the wind shield From time to time we bear about hofe being killed as a result ofsalt and brine One man says that In his vicin ity the Ice cream makers throw out tho salt from the freezer and the Logs at thebbrine from It and died There Is no necessity of putting the matter to the test A little salt Is a good thing but there Is no doubt that a greet deal o salt will kill almost any animal There would seem to be no mystery oonntotcd wltb the killing of pigs by salt when It- t Is eaten In Urge quantities Farmers Review MRS CARLTONS WONDERFUL STORY Maine Womans Thrilling Ex perience Duplicated In Stan ford There are icoies of families In Stanford and near by towns who will road with in tetott tho wonderful experience of Mrs A L Carlton one of the bost known wo men In Rocklacd Me Mrs Carlton says I suffered with stomach trouble for eight years growing worse all the time Three of the best doctors in Maine diagnosed my ease at cancer of tho stomach and do dared I could not live two months Ut terly discouraged with their treatment J began using Ml ana and commenced to gain at once At this time Iwo reduced to skin and bono as I had lost sicknessfbut when I began to take Mi o ua my Utah was built up end I gained 21 lbs the fist month I have taken only six pack ages of these wonderful tablets but my health U about restored and I firmly believe that Miona laved my life Penny U local agent for Mlonawhlch sells for We a box and oflors it under a personal guarantee that if it does not cure the worst form of stomach trouble and resulting diioiders tho money will bo refunded Bio PaicaB DOo Kineolvlnp of Mt Sterling purchasedof Jeeeo Tur nay of Parlsand J K GaltBklllagente for tbe Ewing heirs the meteorite which fell on the Bwlng lands In Bath county and over whlob a law suit was bad Tbe prlue was 1700 Men from from all over the country were trying to purchase tbe Mono but Mr Klntolv Ing tucceoded In landing the prize Tbe meteorite was shipped to Chicago to Prof Benry A Ward where It will probably be placed In the Northwest ore University along wltb other ulen tine displays The meteorite U one of the largest ever found In America and Is pronounced by experts to be a very valuable asset- Surveys bavebeeu begun and Uoan t- clai backing Is said to have been scoured for tbe Mobile and Western Ala bums railroad which la proposed to o connect the Ten eeeeo river and the Gujf ot Mexico Toe Georgia Florida and Alabama railroad Is arranging to extend Italics northward to Columbus and Atlanta Chief of Police Reagan of Lexlng ton caused the arrest of Mrs Minnie Johnson a member of the Salvation Army for preaching on tbe streets In bare feet Tbe woman who Is refined looking came from Ashland whore she wail a member of a good family j if The steamer Gloucester from Boston I for Baltimore went ashore In Cbeta peake Bay j A Bt JONES 1Broker and Commission Merchant IDANVIILE KY and set York ant Chicago Kreo telephone service euitoowri Ofllee on ltd Street In Fart- building All trades guAranteed IFARM FOR SALE I oneI In a high state of cultivation fairly 110- 11tmprond watered with three never falllnj baeImy jennets aged 1 and 2 years old 2 Jacks jack colts seven mares and mules 1 rag byGtnbeUathat have a little detect but are good work on will soil them for 1100 If sold at once Will sell farm and stock together or sepa rately Any one wonting a farm and outfit will do well to rill at once and secure one of the nicest and best located farms In the county I also Imvo SO bushels of good seed ryo for sale n n KINO foreland Ky OFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary Election for County Officers Sat urday Dec 304 1 A primary election is hereby called ot Saturday December jrd 1904 in all thy voting precincts of Lincoln county at regular voting places betwee tbe hours of 6 a m and 4 p M for tbe parpaM of selecting democratic candidates for CoaatyAllorneySchool Superintendnot Jailer Coroner Magistrate Surveyor and Constable 2 All democrats who are reeid nts 01 said coanty and vela are legal vote or ygpective precincts and are invited nod r quested to do soy Every candidate inapt Candidam for Surveyor Coroner Magistrate ai I Constable who desire to taro his IIIRHI printed on the ballots to be used in tai d primary must deposit with the Cbnieaa of the Cominiuee on or before isooloclt dcaefor primary the sum of of expensesholding t time making said deposit each date meat give written notice to said caadifChairman shell be notice to the tee 4 In all those counties having chi in which the law sequins the registration of voters the Democratic Committee oi such counties or the Chairmen thereof theLgeneralregistration to be copied into sop ante books as is required by law 3 Said election shall be held in all respects His required by law for boldis regular primary elections sad a ballot shall he used in precinct ao the Chairman of the Committee is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be printed bound and distributed to the va rious precincts the ballots for each pre duct He is further directed to penIaaM cad distribute in sock precinct the esses sary paraphernalia for holding said primary electron 6 Tbe Democratic Coanty Committee shall appoint the officers In each precinct to hold the election and are 10 be selected from lists furnished by tin candi dates at least 10 days before said election and to be as nearly equally divided as possible as to lodges Clerks and SherilN among the candidates The offi cars of said primary election will when the polls are closed proceed at once to count the votes cast for ouch person for Mid ogee and alter counting the rotes they will return the ballots to the taxes sealing up the boxes and the Sheriffs and lodges of the election precincts will with in two days thereafter carry and deposit the boxes with the Chairman of the Coon ty Committee at the courthouse The officers of the election at each precinct will make a written statement of the num ber of vote cast for each person otnd for for the said office and will place said statement in an enveope and deposit it m the respective ballot boxes 7 The precinct ballotboxes andall returns are to be made to the Chairman the County Committee and if he is not in the county to the Secretary of the County Committee at the Courthouse in tbe time required by law towit within two days after said election 8 And an the next day after staid re turns have been made the Count Cum mittee shall meet and canvass the returns and certify the same 9 The Secretary of this Committee is directed to give public notice of this election as is required tty law and without delay 10 In the event there is a surplus re rnaininr after defraying the expenses of said prfmarv it shall be returned to those by was paid iu in the same proportion in which it was paid by them and should be a deficit then the candidates nominated shall be assessed to supply said deficit in proportion to thei- raesossaeatfor any office Provided however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the conditions heroin imposed by November 18 1904 the Chairman of the Committee is directed to reconvene the Committee as noon thereafter as practicable and to de Blare such candidate the regular nominee f the democratic party for said offICe and to issue to him a certificate of nomi nation 11 The order of the ballot shall be al- follow State Senator Representative in general Assembly County Judge Comity Attorney County Clerk Sheriff As oseor Jailer School Superintendent Coroner Surveyor Magistrate and Constable The otter of each candidates name who may inlet said primary shall be determined lotThe entrance fee for the various office ire Srtfrift 8o Judge e 10 Represent 76 810 820 Assessor 820 Su podatendent 8t5 County Attornsjy 20 County tletk 8 u h HOLDAM Chm W H SHANKS Secy Flrst National 1 BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 Tills Institution was originally established 118Mqt Stanford In ISM and again reor tatted as the Plrst National hobo of Stanford la1882 having bad practlllQUyan uninter rupted existence 41 year It he better tranraatlagbusinessbefore In Itt long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited J n Taxton J B Owsley S II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter I II Potter LOtieeeli W 11 serf bt It I Hubble w II Shanks Doping such bwtlnrst relations wOl prove mutually beaeHelal I i l J 8 nOOKffll Prest O S T IlAttnifl V tree J J MoltOIlKRTB Chip W H Ohr T Reid Danville B T Hattie SUaford 19 lloeker Stanford K L Tanner McKtaaer M D Rlroorc Stanford 8 II Stanford T P lull Stanford Jai Robinson Rubble I U lUughman Stanford J U Pettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford t 4 r LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 980000 Directors WHOvimwlns itTrustcontinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Officers WKXUJWiAMt Directors OfflcerslJ B D BUANKBIJ D W U BHIOHTv AuH Oaiblen A A Gun Worth A 650 for 5 Can You Beat It Dr W N CraigPharmacist 1 Phone No 13 beStanford KentuckyJ SllIPENTaJust received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying directefrom the Pottery enables us to of bargaindtime I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GEOFtGE H FARRIS COt Stanford Kentucky L BUY t Window Glass and Putty at auasoncm taaxr PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy The last resting place of your departedsones by the erection of a ultabletj Monument Let It be of and artlotlcdeilgn the bet material iyand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monument Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky tLettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper j 1f WW ADAMS SON Lexington K- ySHOST ht f I We are now showing a grout line of FALL and WIKTEI nI 11JinoW E Perkins 1 Crab Orchard KyI q P SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt t VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 819043 P M NO 76 BILLS IN TROUBLE w Ive sol a Utter parson from my son An i away out westj my old heart Is heavy at on anvil To in my breast think the boy whose futur I badI onus eo proudly planned Should wander from the path o rtirht an como tu mob an odIItoV lilui whoa ho tats 01 only three short you ago Bod aDd blmioll a plowln1 In a inlphty- cruoiccd Hod t row rale bU tether counsel and bit I mothers prayers too But he said tho farm was hateful an I be guessed bod have to RO I it I kiow tbas a WR WetIYoungster ID the Billy bad the o urIti DuiJ believed our An BJT8 to rClllV i when ht left I warned hlralol tbs everlwaltln snare I TbttttlU Itkt bidden larpeeu to Ilias fiM pathway everywhere Hltt he promlied Mtfelal to be i keerJul an allowed Red talld op a retwuitoo toatd maVel w iniRhly hard OOOHI ton oI11 itictmt at hew ate fAiled Irom Uu mind At MW be ire Is tronbl of the net w rtuet elM teat I towQti letter see to Mildew how sort e Icvewed That Dilly wre atramplo M a wrist reoky road be Mild bowl fmartrdIfct never OR ee my heed In shame Ql An In the duitd wailer tali of daddy honored name Ele write from out to Darer aI the I shortttoryt ralebty I ju aant tell bh watberItfl orb I her poor ol heart As IU I reokooed parser yes might break tae new to here 11011 the U slat ir Iwt illllleN aywhit fsr The Irrigate To ibi- preeat World la1r rla Qua t Route and fioetitrra Ibwy- I bedist srvto Irons Sesth red Fr lefaraaUoo addret wTo Kleenrioe OPA ctI-O 0 L Clarke T f A LoxtafiM Icy t 1 JokoOlrloo ol Oeootowwo thin cats WU kill leer Cape Olrsi4ee- s Mo W atIo over the dlvtIo e1 816 whist they hat obtahIA by rob ttlnE r IWKeo For Sale Privately t hero ad le MM at land M1aesd ort1W of tows Itsft oa tbtI eenelei and Mrnarse is t recsL bttclma ai- leeetary Mable adtart teete rootIar Ishydrantetbt+ WsWr Us yetl 4 ORe tor stuckJ V IIMIKY BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I llaTltw dxelded IA quit Ute baggy bard nt DOttMdnyu fro I oleo artloadsofeIIS gteSurrJ+ sad nrckbsartts atw aMtaftoo ilareet Tbey are an tb Itet ety1 and blot teak 1rt of the vekklea re tub Mrcd Oosr to se Ate sad get a bar pee ra at ee before lie are all gene OU11T18 00V Wit OrabOrcbarf Ky j HOME FOR SALE ititnot MM prlrturiy before I will Mil at Utla ro + Nov 11 eeanty- bier aepbik OraHd Sehoel d11 Uf tlOUllnsy itteb but oat ot city tarp The trove k a J tore room eottnge and there r i e- roseC a of UH waist and oatboui- aed young orcUnrd JOHN 01IUI9TMAN 8ienfrd Ky B D Peyton DKALKK IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and ti Tobaccos Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE I FOR LEIII tolre toii privately try hotel P lIlctj stable In tyd livery hotel Or private retoldoco tag car 1M used u and u wll arranged for two StI We lies 80 iNlle and Is In repaIr lIn water ilL born ad hots1 U house Is not ty +elder Jan 1 will trot 1t end can glvw po- etAne en that date Can give polon- er blUR U rontwd or told MmruMv on Hoand barn newly coveredL M Ilouio eldU In Graded School dUtrlet For futtlmr call no or address fIIS UAUPRNTBIl Huttonvllle Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT ATAILOR 1- I IlRvlnu boIn the Tailoring business all my life I feel confluent In seying I represent ono of the best tailoring I In the country With my oxporlonco In takingmeasures Iud dlrlJOton I give 1 1v yoer are bound to be satlefactory- asj my many patrons In title line will hear are the same aalDex I i businessIt and other I cut you desire at a moderate prlco Thank 1 Ing you for past favors I am yours 1 InCEUPLEY the Tailor ifI l r II They Celebrate Their Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary The Ilxttb wmidiatr anniversary of Mr and Mrs J M Uoclcer whloh was celebrated at the bomb of their grand daughter Mrs Burn A Jenkins In this eliy recently wj the oeeailon or mush Bratlflotlon ou the part of their oblldreo grandchildren and a hot of I friend throughout the State Tae cou J pie were married October 21 1844 at tbe home ot Mre Honker father Jno Morrloon In Ltnooln county the cere moov being performed by Roy John 0 welt Ijhn MorrUoo the Lethal of Mu Hooker wee ono of the t known men In tbe State of Kentucky Ue spent the lat fow year of his life with Geo Sam Uoutton Uifbtlnc for the Independeooo of Texas At thoI time of hli marriage Mr Hooker con duoted a general merohandUe store In lluitonrllte Ky and large farm DearI that town cud be was eminently sue owfHl In built He wee Instrumental la bwlWltic tbs Obrhtlae obureb at lesioevllle wkloh taad to Ibis day tad ales la foeedier the Obrlttlan Col liga QiMtoevUle ke bolnt the larjt Mdooor Wb a tbe College bulWloc wat oOMptetetf the board of trustees dU IlK buys the mosey to have tbeI iQiUiuiloa lotured Bed Mr Hooker bad H Insured for AOOO and paid the pemlu blm elt Durlnir that year the oolleec burned down and Mr nooleI tlr treed the tBiarenoe over to tbe tnuteex to torn a neoleu for erecting the present txtlldlog Mr Rocker baaI all of his life been aotlve In buloeI financial and educational olrolui and many of the noted lnttiutlon of learoI tog In this State owe In part their exI Uieuee to hie energy and oapltal He ooauoaed In butlne In Ilustonvlllefor twelve year after his marriage aodI then moved with bit family to Danville Ue regained In tbe latter place about a year when be sold hi stock of gad aed moved to Lexington Previous to his leaving Heilonvtlle Mr Qoeker In company with Mr JObDI B BOWHUO male a oaovae of Lincoln Bounty In toe Interest of Keatueky Uet7ertty aid seooemiod In rateloir 117000 le cash for the tnUlutlon the ub+orlptlon being headed by a done iloe ef SOW by Mr Rocker Shortly alter hi arrival In this oily Kenwiokr Ualvorlty was removed to this elty roffl Uarrodi bor sad there was also adeoaed aid a pressing need for a fe mete eollece Owalag a tract of lend sad wUblett to do ae edt that would be aa hoar M his eame for all time to come Mr Booker donated this traet and wlu tbe awlitanceof a few frleeds he belle wed evabllhed Hooker Col leelaI9 at a coat 011111000 which leclnded the furnishing of the home Mr Hooker as proprietor of the college earned KlderlloberV Graham at that LimB one of the most noted educator In the country as president ot tbe Instl tutloe and lor six year be remained at the head and was luceeeded by Prof Harry Turner also appointed by Mr Rocker The latter continued as proprietor of tbe Institution for even year and turlDg tbat time over 800 young women from 10 different State attended the famous school Mr Uooker II still actively engaged In business In this city being at the head of tbo insurance firm of J M looker Son of wbloh hll sunT Lo gao Uooker Is junior member Lex Ingtoo Democrat T Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse I Perhaps you have never thought of It but the laet must be apparent to every use that constipation k caused by a lack ol water in he syateiti and tho we of drostle enthattic like the old fashioned pill make a bid matter worse Churn betlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle In their effects and when the proper dose N taken their action is w natural that one can hardly realize It is the efhct of medicine Try a 46 cent bottle of them Per sale byall druggists The magletrateWby did YOU beat your wile Tbo prisoner Just to get In training Tbe magistrate In training for whet The prisoner Well you see your honor she asked mo to beat the oarpel and I wanted see If I was In condition II IPhilYour father klokad me out ol tbe otlloa when I asked him for your hand LUTbaL papas trouble hes eu Intense He puts his whole soul Into everything he doe 8Wboo the ell In a bitank In Fresno county Cal was fired by lightning a cannon ball was shot Into tbo tank the oil ran through trenches that been dug for tbo purpose Vincent Crouo15yearold boy was killed Ic MoCraokon county byble foot catching In the stirrup as ho dismount fed his mulo dragging him to death Tho Crown Princess of Korea died Seoul NEWS NOTES The Lake Shore railroad will expert ment with steel erase ties The total admissions for the World Pair to date number 16667717 Mrl Julia Beano and her four yeer old son were buroed to death at Obi cago Tbe Chicago grand jury recommend ed the deatn penalty for highway rob berg All grades of reflned sugar have been raised another ten cents a hundred pound In a riot at Rochester NY ono man wee killed and three fatally woundedMartin W Durke the wellknown Chicago hotel manager wasfound dead his bed War between two rival union of glees workers at Hartford City lad to a fatal shooting Miss Katie Paul of HoHStoo Texas was oared of Si Vltus1 Da DO by beI constant use of salt water The Japanese ore said to be using dogs to boost the poslttoee of the flue elan sentinels sad outposts Mr Annie Wetsbe matron of the Auburn N Y Slate prison was beat to death by a female convict Plre ai Marion Mlob destroysd the posiOMoe and opera bouee blooks and twenty three reeldeooos entailing u of 9800000 A large numbs of foreign art exblb Its at the World Pair are to be exhib ited at the New York Art Exposition which opens Dee IS- Repei ontailves of 12 New York un tone In the building trade have deoldI to form a new central body with a membership of to 000 A largo per cent ot tbe striking mine engineer have decided to accept a reo duotlon of 606 per cent In wages aodI Join the miner union In Eaet Nashville Mrs Llllle Dialer was shot and almost Instantly killed by Alfred Bluer from whom she had se oured a divorce last week A dense for over New York City and harbor serloely disarranged trafflo and suited In the slnkleg of an Eaet River ferryboat All the passengers escaped Burglars entered the bonk at Becker Minn broke open the safe with nitro glycerine secured 12000 In currency and then made their escape on a hand earWm Willis was killed and hte son tnlaw Floyd Comrall slightly wounded la an encounter In Montgomery county presvmtMT tier to marital trou blew The Marlboroagh Hotel rathskeller In New York Is alleged to bare been robbed of thousands of dollars by Its waiters A batfdoxsn of them were arrested Mrs Martha H Smith aged 76 died Saturday night at Versailles of pneu munla and her husband one year her senior died Sunday night of the same disease Charles Iblstrom Mr Clevelands oxcoachman was sentenced to prison for six monibs for forging the name of the former President to a check for a I small sum Tne Jury In tbe case ot exMayor D J S MoCue of Charlottsvllle Va charged with wife murder returned a verdict of murder In the first degree The verdict carries the death penalty At Detroit Bdward Howard was shot and Instantly killed br hh son while tbo eldor man bad his wife and daugh ter pinned to the floor by their throats He bad been drinking and bad quar reled with Mrs Howard because she would not give blm more mosey Poison found In the stomach of John Rose a prominent farmer of Lewis county who died October 21 has re sulted In the arrest of Albert Harry and Mre Fanny Bugles charged with poisoning him A warrant la out for the dead mans widow who is said to be In Fleming county RuMla has accepted tbe telegraphic draft of the AngloRussian convention for the International commission to In quire Into the North Sea Incident A St Petersburg dispatch says there IB a rumor atloal that Russia will undertake to produce evidence at tbe Internation al court to ebovv tbat the Japanese min- I later at The Hague organized an attack on aa Russian squadron FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way Or Using Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says Asa proof that Chamberlains Cough Reme dy le a cure suitable for old and young I pen you the following A neighbor of O1l1uthaSparents did not know what to give it I suggested that they get a bottle of Oham borlalns Cough Remedy and put some the dummy teat that tho baby was suck ing it would no doubt cure tho child qulOitis for sale by all druggists ROOSEVELT WINS Democracys flag Goes Down Ap New York Indiana and West Virginia Strong For The Broncho BusterTeddy i Four More Years of tho Man With tho Big StickMay the Lord Hop Us Kentucky and Lincoln County WentI Democratic but that Seenjs About All Of It The unusal quiet preceding tbe election meant something It meant a land slide and the republicans got tbe bene Bt of It Besides carrying tbe rest of the doubtful States New York Indiana end West Virginia States the democrat hoped to carry are In the repub loan column good and strong Ken Lucky went democratic at least 15000 and Lincoln Godibless her Is demo craile 03- Garrard went republican 173 Rock castle republican KM Madison 150 dew ocratic Boyle SOI democratic Mercer 900 democratic Anderson 600 demo cratic Shelby 1100 democratic Spen oer KW democratic Jessamine 300 dem ooratic Lincoln 83 democratic Swager Sberley democrat defeated Dill Owens turncoat democrat for Congress In tb6th district by 1300 ICeboe democrat defeated Bennett republican for Congress In the tub dis tract Trimble democrat was elected by B large majority lo the 7ih district Rblnoek democrat was Aleoted by a large majority alto In the 8lh district Smith democrat was elected In the 4ib Richardson democrat Is probably defeated by Jones lo the 3rd Jack Cblon defeated Sam Black for the democratic nomination for State Senator by 812 In the Mercer district Bats off to Chairman W S Burab- Klngsvllle 26 democratic good Mucksvlllo only 23 republican floe Crab Orchard 82 republican do better next time m HUSTON VILLE Tbe Hustonvllla say and planing mill 00 Water street terdav for the first time and everything work ed satisfactorily A splendid OU acre farm of floe land with good Improvements one and one half miles from Uuetooillle for sale cheap by W R William Tbe colt by Imported Planudes and out ot Imp Lburel that T L Carpen ter sold last spring for SI 750 Is devel oping phenomenal speed In bee tall training and the fortunate owner has refused 810000 for him and was asked to name his price but refused Mr Chas a weanltcg half brother that gives great promise Richard Cobb of Boyle his recently DlllolLyII860 and a full brother by Dignity Dare a suckling stud colt for 8150 These colts go to Missouri for future use as bMllloos and the owner feels very proud of these two eiabdnrdbred models MoralCome to tbe Woat End ol Lincoln for the bsai Competition In every line of business In our olty Is strong and stocks aro large and well assorted and prides are lower than either Danville or your ulty are making and the trace from far and near are the happy beneficiaries Work on our elegant new buildings Is progressing satisfactorily and it is ox pooled that the hotels will be ready for occupancy by Dec 15th Watob us grow Our Cousin Dick Powell of Chi sago Is visiting friends and relatives In the West End Mrs OMIn M Pavn tor of Bloomington III Is visiting the famllv of her srrandmother Mrs Cath erine Blare E L Powell and 0 W Adams returned from a few days ash ing trio to DunnvCle reporting flue sport having caught a number of four round bass Miss Sudlo Ellis of Stan lord was the guest of Mrs J A Blabs last week Mr end Mrs Q R Cam nttz gave Mrs Walter Vanarsdall an LbeIand Mrs James Connors of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Werdle Van arsdall Miss Mary E Jenkins of RoutlImaoyIrloodarecovery Mrs Helen Huffman and Miss Melllo Hopper are home again from a delightful trip with a coterie of friends to tbo Worlds Fair 1 r See For Yourself If you want to see the good things- in Suits arid Overcoats come in theyre here If you want to be seen to the best advantage buy your clothes here We guarantee every thing we sell to give satisfaction taa Mr Riddel Will be with us Thursday Nov 17 undo make a displayof H J HEINZ COS Preserves Apple Butter Mince Meat Pickles c The ladies are especially invited to attend and examine these goods also the famous Chase Sanborns Cofleo will be served Housekeep ors dont fail to attend from fl A r to 4 P M I W H HIGGINS I STANFORD KY THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY I We wish to announce to the people of Stanford anti surround Ing omintty that our PALL and WINTER stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes hula and Caps Ladlge nnd Gents Furnishings is now comploto and wo invite ouch and every one to visit our Store and examine our stook and prices which we r hope will he of interest as well as important to yourself as to us Dont forget The Now Store It is the place to got tho Beet Goods for the Least Money Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County J Iat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky HOT CAKE I Prices on a few small Heating Stoves that I have loft Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of those suit you I can save you some money If yon are interested inn warm air furnace call at my shop and see the Patric fur nace that will heat a 7 to 0 room house with the same or loss full than two grates will burn S H JILDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro ducerid R McCormack Hustonyille rti e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E c WALTON ANOTHER cut In the price of whisky has been aooounced at Peoria III and the Independent dealers believe the trust has entered upon a war of ester mination There hae been a fall by successive staeea of flvo ceote In about two months At this rate booze will Boob stet obeap enough or country newspaper people to fill up on Now that the laover lots fet down to tnulDtes art etcbew any thing pertaining to politic Of course the dumoorats will have to vote In the primary of Dec 3rd but there la no reaeon nor tense In loaln tlmo and tearing shirts about It Let the candi dates do that A KANSAS jury recently gave aver dlct of one cent damage In favor of a woman who bad been unwillingly kles ed In that State Thatd about the right value to place on a Kansas no mans kits They come high In Ken tuckywhere the women are worth kiss log ADDITIONAL LOCAL K DONEQAN of Wayne was here I I this week looking for a farm SEE the Wonder the original Hot Blast Stove at John Bright Jr sir Coe NEXT month Is Xmas Dont fall to look at the pretty things you will find MuellersiEARL little eon of John Montgom cry of the McKinney section died yesterday of membranous croup COL GUS JACUBRT has been engaged to make burgoo for free consumption at the CookKerr eata near Stanford Friday nextlltbexDemocratJU- DGR J BOYLE STONB of Liberty and Ex Commonwealths Attorney N H W Aaron who recently moved to Casey from Russell have formed a law partnership MESSRS A M PBNOE and Josh Jones have bought a 12borte Alamo gasoline engine with which to run their feed cutters They bought Itof Longest Bros of Louisville THE Somerset Journal which U up to tbemlnule on eaeslety says The leaders of the younger smart set are adopting the salute rallltalre Instead of recognizing a friend by bowing In the old tIme coovontloual way they give a sharp short military salute It is the newest fad brought back to town from the country and the shore and It la well to say right here hat the awk ward eelfconeolous girl should not at tempt it- STANFORDYand Lancaster played a tie game of foot ball on the latter I groundilFrldav afternoon the score befog 5 to 5 The teams were evenly matcbedland both sides played good ball Earl Coleman made the touchdown for Stanford Menefee failed to kick goal W E Walker made the touch down for Lancaster but failed to kick goal It Is up to Lancaster to play the tie off gn tbeStanford grounds Our boys will go Nlcbolasvlllo next Friday to play the Threldkeld Select School of that place W STIQALL Mrs Mellnda Ferguson Stlgall died at her home near Perrr villa last Wednesday evening after a short Illness She was the wife of the late Wm Stlgsll and bad been a reel dent of Boylelcounty for several years Mrs Stlgall was a native of Paducab but moved to Lincoln county later whore she was married to Mr Stlgall In July 181K Ten children was the result of this unlou nine of whom are living They are Mesdamb J S Mo Klttrlclc J F Gudgeon Misses Nancy Dlshle and Eva Stlgall and Messrs W H t T PS W and G C Stlgall Mrs Stlgall was a true good Indulgent mother and a sincere friend In all that the word Implies She was raised an orphan her mother and father having died when she was a child consequent ly she tried to be a mother to every t orphan child with whom she came In contact In fact all who knew her lov ed her Funeral services were held i Friday morning at 1030 In the Metho tdietchurch conducted by Josiah God bey and the remains were laid to rest In Perryville cemetery DAUGHTER Rev T J Aylward assistant pastor of St Patricks Catholic church St Louis was Indicted on the charge of having fraudulent naturalization pa per In his possession He was arrest ed but was released on his own recog nizance The Indictment was on Infor mation furnished by the republican State committee and Is believed will COAt the republicans 10000 votes In St Louis Handy with a gun and the mother of 12 children Mrs Johanna Brown Is sure of being elected constable of Hugo Col One of her first actions will be to enforce the Sunday closing law A white girl who entered a St Louis theatre escorted by a Filipino was hissed from tho building and the en trance fee refunded at the box olllce t ti IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Pulaskl county had 24 hours of rain last week The wife of Robert B Devon Isdead In the Rolling Fork section of Casey James Bayles a Louisville carpen ter was badly hurt by a fall at Middles boroIJames Letcber of London an Inmate of the Lexington asylum picked the lock on ward lit and escaped G S Dick partner of JA Vanhook In the dry goods business at Burnslde died a few days ago aged 47 A wife survivesMiss Uarrett daughter of J A Garrett a farmer of Rbeber Casey county died after a lingering Illness of typhoid fever John Magcea saw mill on Copper creek near Gum Sulphur was burned The loss Is not heavy and the machin ery was only slightly damaged tfMcm A special grand jury Impaoeledjln Olay county to Investigate the rquash Ingot Indictments bas returnedlndlot manta against Wood Wolfe and Lee Baker for false swearing Mrs Melinda Ferguson Sttgall died at her home near PerryvII Ie after a short Illness Sbe wad the wife of the late William Stlgall and bad been a resident of Boyle county for several years At London E H Johnson a demo crat and James Sparks repu lIcaoI had a fight over politics on each side took up the fray weapons were drawn and serious trouble nar rawly averted Rufus Bryant a wealthvifarmer living near the Fayette and Jessamine IIne was run over and seriously injur ed by a train on the Cincinnati South ern railroad He was found almost fro zen next raornlng and taken to a Lex legion hospital Mrs Landram wife of Editor Louis Landfam of the Central Record met with a serious accident while returning from a call In crossing a cattle guard she fell striking the Iron spikes one being driven Into her hip another Into her knee while a third made an ugly wound Dr J B Klnnalrd was called and after dressing the wounds said he thought there would be DO compllca tion to prevent recovery- A Harrodsburg dispatch save The people of this cIty are greatly elated over the prospects ot an electric rail way system connecting Harrodsburg Danville Junction City Stanford Lan I caster and Perryville and giving these towns direct connection with and com petitive rates over both the Southern and L d N railroads It Is said that the plans of Mr Snyder who has been granted a franchise to build an electric line to Junction City contemplates the building of such si line as mentioned above and Harrodsburg will at once take steps to have the line built and will do her part In the matter A London special says The exam icing trial of Charles Green the boy who shot and killed his father Milton Green Thursday evening was held Saturday The testimony Introduced was entirely favorable to the boy and It was proven that be was the support of the family while the father was habitually drunk and very abusive toward the boy and other members of the family Witnesses testified that on the evening Green was killed be had told I the family to prepare to eat their last supper for after they had eaten togeth er be would kill them all The elder Green was known as a desperate character having killed one man and badly wounded another MATRIMONIAL Woodson Wayne and Miss Fannie Goode of Perryville were married at Harrodsburg Clinton Carrier 27 and Miss Daisy Leach 10 were joined In wedlock at Rev J M Cooks at Highland Jesse Woatherford a widower of 25 and Miss Daisy Atwood aged 19 were made one at Mrs Sallle Atwooda Wed nesday R B Sutton of Corbln and Miss Sarah Rummett of Harrodsburg were married at the FifthAvenue Hotel LouisvilleAn man has written the post office department to know whether he can legally advertise to sell to women 2500 chances at tl per chance when he will raflle himself oil the lucky woman to take him for a husband and get the money too Miss Josephine Reid eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid of Danville will be married on the 16th to Mr Henry Harris Banford of Obi cago Iho prospective bride is one of Danvilles most beautiful and talented young women Mr Sam M Matbeoy an Industrious and enterprising young farmer and Miss Annie M Gooohtbepreitydaugh ter of the late William Gooch wilt be married at W M Matbenys tomorrow Thev will Include the Worlds Fair In their bridal tour The eldest children of two Japanese families cannot mart for the oldest child must always live at home and so keep the family home from parsing In to strange hands If a man marries a Japanese heiress he bas to take her family name If he Is poor himself large ogmills of R A IITbeat Maysvllle were damaged by water to the extent of U000 f Here and There Carrie Nation is at the Fair Her first act was to yang a cigarette from a boys mouth and slap his Jews A large barn on the farm of Mrr Mary Whltsltt near Paris burned with tobacco and other contents Tho is ClOOO Samuel McCue ex mayor of Char lottsvllle Va convicted of murder In the first degree carries upward of 170 000 life Insurance A rate of 1 cents mile has been granted for the Kentucky State Reunion of United Confedcrato Veterans which will be held at Pewee Valley on next Friday John Cook the young son of W R Cook of this city was dangerously stabbed by a drunken ruffian named Tom Williams at Jalllco Somerset Journal During the campaign the Democratic National Committee sent out and dl trlbuted4301B74Hdoauments K rllb foreign and Congressional lithographs and buttons also being classed all documents The laundry and postottyce building has been sold to Dr J B BeoK of Stanfordwho will at once put another story upon It the upper floor of which ho will occupy as a dental otllce3om erect Journal JAMES H RAINES a nndUitt for Justice of she Peace of Hw 8- f1II Magisrlal Dtotrict s feKt I the Docetk PfJD J teoa WATT M DUDDERAR- Is a eiitlldtte fer MteKtMM to OK ilwslnviNs JI ttkt MikJKt to MM Dense ptaury a Dec j a O J CROW- Is a candidate for Justice of the Iea 01 UM Hut tonvtlte MiH rt l DIvl t sublet to ate action dthe Dtnocntk Primary IMC i 1904 BAKER WALLS- Is a candldnw for Cottltltole of the Stanford District subject to the anon of thr democratic fftmtry Dc 3 lot HAIR PARr ERSIChar aDd U itWn w a m ryrHue1000 t I a s Stn randr BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about M acne on Danville Avenue onebait mile trout Oraded School known as Ooodkntgbt tarn Good hosa + of 7 room with bent of cittern and all aec essaryoutbulldteg The farm stands drouth well Call on Mrs N M Ooodkolght at Hronangh Cottage now occapH by Judge lUlley Farm For Sale I On account ot Illhealth I desire to sell privately MT farm of 170 aero located la edge of HtMtonTlIle Good Improvement fruit never tailing water Will sell as whole or divide Small house on lower part O B 11AUNBTT- HtMtoavlllit Ky A S PRICK dargeon Dentist SltAiiford Ita IDeseve eBaberU Drnj Store In the Owtltj HalldlDt ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office In Myir House Parlor Phone 91 I TotheInsuringPublicl I Having had a loss under Policy No1FI 137708 of Home Insurance Oo of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend the above company to YOU tell you for prompt and liberal settlement of losses there I none totter and I dare say few a good They do not deduct onefourth from your M iiome would have you believe but willingly and cheerfully pay you all the indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or A vament Companies For further particulars In regard tu Mutual or Assessment Companle address me M On KEN lunrll- 11lngvUlely PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY HOVEIIER lD 1B04 In order to dissolve partnership we will colt all our crop stock etc on the Isaac It Shelby farm one tone south of Shalby City on the Danville and Iluttonvllle turn milletRayabout 290 barrels corn 400 shocks of fodder 20 tat bog about CO head of 2yearold cat t1e12 yearlings IB tat cattle some cow and heifers 2 saddle hones a combined mare 300 good owes duo to lamb In Janu ary buckboard and other thing too nu promptly of 820 and under cash over 20 a 60 day and payable at FarmerNational hank of Danville bearing III per cent Interest securityIISAAO ailBLHY JUT D English Auctioneer I PUBLIC SALE Having decided to change my location I will on TUESDAY NOV 22 1004 i Sell to the highest and best bidder If riot sold privately before the following property I My house and lot In Crab Orchard fronting on Main street containing two acres of land more or leu a good dwelling with klx room and good cellar a never falling well on back porch all necessary outbuilding and shade and fruit tree of various lands In a good relgbborbnod and a delightful place to live This property will bo void for onethird cash tu hand the yearbearingpowerboilerand In flratclasa running order The mill will bo sold for onehalf cash In hand the remainder on a credit ofsix and twelvemonths time bearing six per cent Interest from day ot sale A lien retained on the property until paid I U CONDBH Orab Orchard Ky 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- nessI of Cummins flcClarys Clothes =None Better Can be Built Not Even to Your Order Investigate and Get the Facts for Yourself overIcoats t should not have the best when it costsno more than the inferior I and thats our assurance Cummins McClary STANFORD KENTUCKY r0 IaM JI efts WANTED Tar Ducks Oeee and Chicken highest oah market price II B NORTfiOOTTI Valuable Property For Sale Tea acre of land a twoMory treat 7 room cottage The house lnew A fllN did and orchard There le a largo the a good eusber sad fie ImtUofl In good repair and the natural pw economy In running the buainnsa Everything is faDolll a splendid good repair has all necessary out tog anuuvuer only reason for idling Is the rush of other business as he has ex tensive farming Interest to look after This property lion the Ilangtrr Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can tie bought ala bargain For furthur particulars adIdress n 0 Thurmond Lytle or L U Hughes Stanford PUBLIC SALE If not aold privately I will tell pubMcly on MONDAY NOVEMBER 14 1004 County court day In Stanford farm of tat acre 2H miles South ot Walnut Klatknown as the 0 0 and W F Abraham farm Toe dwelling has six room and good barn tour never tailing spring and tbe crop are No 1 160UO good lumber on It nohalf of the fencing made of good wire and 30 acre In clover and timothy j close to schoolhose and church 1artn Ilk on South side and free mall delivery Any person desiring to purchase this farm bould call on OlO or Jim Gray son or OUHI8TKUI OHAY8ON Walnut Plat Ky J P Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE r1 will sell at public outcry at the Mr Au nle Marlin farm four miles from Danville one mile from Iledgevllle on Danvlllo and nlkoon WEDNESDAY NOV SO 1004 The following property i Seven good work mules 3 extra mare mules coming tour year old 7 btrsee one trotting bred mare with foal to Dernadotte 221112360 or 400 barrels of corn In crib 100 bushels of hemp wed free from one straw tack SO 75 pound shoats one weanling calf two milk cow live la opound cattle farming 1w- plernentb one nearing binder one hemp cutter one leaaon one disc breaking plow one Ollrerehllled plow one disc cul tlvator one tooth hat row ono corn speller one term wagon three seta ot plow gear one extra nice set of wagon harness one wheat fan two buggies household and kitchen furniture bale begins promptly at 10 A u Terms made known on day of sale T D English Auct I O DRO- WNPOSTED We whose names appear below strictiy forbid bunting silting or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the fun extent of the law J Z T I lioltnea II F Nand J B Camenlscb Peter Balmer W H Johnson Mr Mary GIvens David Stephens James M White and wife Carson 111 Hawkins The Mary 15 Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mr A D Root Sam V Reynolds Morgan Jlumpbre 0 T Willson Oharloo Knitsll J II McAllstar Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbach hires Fred VonOruonlganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Hattie U Hitwes Eo ltelchcnbachI Charles Cummins You want Your Money a ITo buy the most We want your trade and will moneyinThe Broadcloth we otttr at S 1 per yanl u the beet to bt hadbettsr thas tilt regular 812 V Cotniwra it with oliterm- Our 10iiHIi Mohair in all colon at 4c per ynl k the regular G6eeaL- gtlulity INtlftnGoodI Blankets from AOo to d5 per jxiir gnrmfliitladies lslirIuditlbCorsets from J5o to 8150 pair ynnlradiosMoue hats from 4Hc to 8S oaoli Boys Clothing from 81 to 85 par snit Splendid line of Ladies Belts Purses Side and Back Combs Jet Collars Ladies Neckwear Kid Gloves Golf Gloves Hosiery Etc Our prices are al ways the lowest qualities the best to be had THE GRAND LEADEROW8LKY 111OCK Ma B Levy G Co IstOPUTUALMOLOGIST That branch of science which deals with the eye its anatomy and hmo rI tion in HEALTH and disenso Century Dictionary I uso no MJJDICJNEOitliQr in examination or treatment of tho oyoe nor I perform any SUJIGIOAL operation hilt simply correct nil dofoota of lo + fraction with porfect ADJUSTED GLASSES Have Biicccssfully fitted several hundred pairs of glasses in Boyle and surrounding counties will bo nt I St Asaph hotel Monday Nov 14 Dr E fie Murray Ophthalmologist Homo Office With Murray tk MoAdnnia Danville Ky t r SUITSesswsatwe iAWe nro ottering some real pretty Suits in Plain and Mannish Cloths at 15 to 520 Those aro made with the vary newest eloavo mutton leg and new Uncle Skirts are i u graduated kilt eleven gored S PLAID SILK WAISTS In Blue Green and Cardinal at Su00 IllzSOlf srrAtfFORDTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL H0 STANFORD KY Nov s 1001 M BEGIN to work on that bd Coug sad Cold by ulnfr PoBjraWUIi Pm and Tar Thl rtrawt U s9cWve as plesiaot to takettven the obtldrio tiki It We kite you to try It and If not son p HUM we return your money Price aft Gent a bottle at tcnuya Dreg Store Stanford PERSONALS MANLY ALIIIUOHT of Brotlbead Win hero Saturday MHB U P GOOD ol Turner vllU U quits 111 with a deep Gold Miss AMANDA STOHB ol Liberty U a Kuot nt Judge Ma Sauly MM MARY OWBNS of Somerset U with the family of John W Roil I I WILLIAM OHANOLHU of Crab Orch r ard went down to Lebanon today Miss LKWA JONUB it Tiiiuntr MM Margaret J Martin at Wahoo Ky MUM RHODA WlltTR left this moro UR for Atlanta to remain a month or r to MR J HAKVBY VAMHOOK of fart skis same rp to stamp under the root tMi MR KAKLBS CORKY of Pltwbur r Note down to vote for PArker Davls CO DK J W ACTON wtts awl MB HM 4 lee af KtNBfTlll were fcwe ihoppUe Saturday MRS A It Kom Lwr6f thTr nwvlllt ootl B la qlts seek with was lariat fever MK JAMHB I WArrB Is up from Q aiD rlaod OMitr nHrtiW bat larae oil Interest DR W B IHNNY wife and laRh ur OerDle of DAavtlt weer RHMU of bli HMtlwr here MIM JANNIB AUW1X bat rttNrntd hfrom a vtU to hr fctr Mre 11 B Arnold ai Purls UK AND ta A E QtsiBOiw el Danvllle SMet SiwUT with Mr and Mrs WTSwUb Mme EMMA OWSUIY returned this afternoon from a visit to her cltttra at Lexington and Danville Muftis M K KLKIN of LwluRtoB and Joseph H tout of Lebaneo Junes lion same borne to vote Miss SAILIB SHBLTON whole doing stenographic work at Aikermao Mil rderitbelJ sent to her MR W T SAUNDBUB spent several weeki with his daulChtcr MM J J CoroHlleon atCampbalUvllIo M itS WALLACR WAIVTBU the pop ular hoeteae of the Ienoybaokcr Ho tel at KloROllle was here yesterday Dn3 T W PBNNINOTON Leo nill and J M Beak came up from College In Louisville to vote the democratic ticket ROIIEKT MCKKCUNIB of the Bubble section baf secured a position with the La Clede Gas it Electric Light Co In St Louie Mil W MASON MORRIS and wife of Crab Orchard wore hero Sunday returning from a visit to bU relatives at Sbolby City Mit Tiioa METOALK and family of Boyle county visited hie aunt Misses Sarah and Alice Metcalf Nlcholai vlllo Journal MESDAMES J F WaSTand J B La nler and Miss Ollto West of Mill Springs have been guests of the fami ly of JD Radi Miss EMMA WARREN who Ie learn log the art preservative In this DOlce Is progress She will long returned from a 4makingremarkable deter MM Kttle t olllleld reports ovary of the McKlonoy section who has been very sick was ablo to como to town yesterday and his friends wore delighted to see him REV W T B WlltTB of the EaeL- I End who has boon sick for some time wan able to como to town Saturday af I i ternoon and his friends were glad to sop him i Mu J S HOCKEH president of the t Cumberland Valley Land Co and Judge J W Alcorn also of Stanford attorney for the same wore In the city 0lobI week looking after the iptereits of ILhocompanyMWdlesboro News MISS SARA DUDDKKAK entertained on Saturday evening The guests were Mesdnme 0 ouoltownI A Doup MIlS Battle E Messrs Samuel Sohang man Will Kammerer and Tom Shlrj L cliff of Louisville T LOCALS triRE proof root paint at W N Orale Pnarmaclst HKAD W BliFglesstanding abe- rImt It will Interest yen saledMANS saddles horse blankets and lap robee la great variety at J C Mo- Cfurys FOR a qulok economy In fuel buy Coles alrtlght beater from W Q IllgRlns Tnt demount who have done their duty will enjoy Mr Ilotfmanns prom lied rendition of Dixie TUB game bteen Stanford and Lancaster ai the laltvr place Fri day reiHlted In a tie 5 and 5 I SOMB eowndral two bales of wire tram the porch of W W White s store at Lytlt Saturday olrbt MONBY Siipi Garland SlnI ton teili us that lie will have HI per cent Ion the teaehtr Saturday out BOTH Bustoavlll and Lancaster will end adaltgattOB of Mnslo lover to an jty the Rtoital W4wKlay evening My selection of holiday goods Is larg er and More stlMt than over art I RtaraniM the prtosao be right W 0 Muster Fort RBNF Ns 1M6 Cottage on Danville avenue between Dr Carpen ters aad W M Bright Apply to MM J B Owly WAIVTBK WBHB told to D C Slppte his farm of 6t aere at Jumbo for SI MO This InolHdM the rMldenw which oOBtalns a store room BBAK In mind the Cook Kerr salt at the Jwie Gook farm Iriday and the Bate of Use D XVtatlMrfard at Uogtea trllU Saturday nat the ads la this dec KXCHAXUB Tna Ladles Aid Soolaty or the Baptist cbureh will ban an OXo baogeaiB L RtltlMart store Sat unity next ISth Mr K J Brown setrelary S 0 MR D O ALLBN had k sale of his personally at his homo near MoKlnney Saturday Satisfactory price ruled throughout Mr Allen will board at MoKlnney r L NEWTON proprietor of the Shower Bouse at Kllstbelblown was found dead in bed lie was a brother of Mr A Newton proprietor of the Newtonian Hotel Hutonvlllo TUB member of the Cbrletlan church will gtvo Bid and Mr J W Bagln aI reception lathe church Saturday after noun Nov 12th from 2 to 4 All the member are earnestly requested to boI present I IIAVB opened a new stock of groceries candle fruits etc which I desire to call yourattectlon to Fruits and candles received dally Give me a call W H Brady next door to M D Kimono TUB prospects are that Mr foil mann and Mr Gantvoort will be greeted by the largest audience that has over attended a musical In Stanford The program contains numbers that will be enjoyed by all worksTill company Is taking advantage the present dry spell to clean out the lake which nows Las only about two or three feet of water In It By the way this water U being saved for fire fighting purposes GIVE us more local news and leuI politics said a good lady to us the oth or day A good suggestion and we will do all In our power to comply with her request Wo arq never happier tbaoI when pleasing our readers CLARENCE HALEB seven week old son of Mr and Mrs A D Parsons died at 11 oclock Sunday morning end was burled In Buffalo cemetery at 1030 A M yesterday Rev P J Rosa made a tow remark at the grave Wn wish to say to our customers and friends that our Holiday line this sea ion will be larger than over before We expect to announce our opening 01I t You Dont Know 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 OUt 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 like they were made especially for her Let us show you 1 TRY our Maple syrup W H lorol gins IMANAOBkt B C YleprescloI llb a MW U LAMBS to Hi the eye and frames 10 I Hi the foot at Dr W N Craigs Phar macist nAVe your Cbrlstmao stamping done by Mrs 0 L Carter Stamping every Tuesday and Friday Phone 101 FOR RBNT My two boujoa on 1Vi- ceStreetonoMain occupied by Rev J W Hagen and the other by B O Wal ton Mark fondle TUB creditors of Alex Traylor are o mi fled to appear before me and provo weir claims against his estate on or before Nov 5 1101 G B Saufley Mal- Mr Corar BRAD adof 3 O Thurmond and L R HuebM In this Issue and write either of them for partloularsandprJoe orgo to see them and they will sba you the cheapest poparly In LlnoelH oeaaty TIIR nllplH are paring to hcej flxtenilve Improvamants made on th lateMor ol their obureb The CbVis Wan ohNrcb which hat just undergone lapalrs is now a tbieg of beauty Ser 1108 will be held there Sunday TUB First National Bank of Stan ford will otter for salt to the hlRbest bidder before the court house on Mon day Nov 14 1001 It I brisk otttoe on LanoaiterStreet and a small dwelling on Somerset Avenue Term made known on day of sale J S Booker president TUB basket supper given by the National Benevolent Society at Waynes berg Friday night was well attended and about 112 was cleared A feature of the occasion were the after supper speebe I of Supt Garland Singleton aed Messr R L Dabble and J S OIIy Jr I TUB lone Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy are making arrangements to make the Bailey Recital at tbeopera house next Friday evening Nov 11tbI the event of the season The Chapter considers Itself fortunate In securing the ervlce of Madame Bailey whose voice has been heard In every proml neat place throughout the country Danville News TUB ELECTION A we go to press probably the quietest National election ever known ID Lincoln county le being held A big vote Is being polled notwithstanding the fact bat neither the democrats nor the republican are spending money It I Indeed a poor day for the floater The chances are that Lincoln county will go democratic by a smalljmajorlly Another edition of this paper will be gotten out early tomorrow morning when we hope to tell of the election of Parker Davis Canlrllland Gilbert MADDoos Consldorabloexcltemenl was caused about church time Sunday by the report that Anderson Cams coon dog badlgonefmad and was biting at every thing ltcame In contact with Several men armed with shot guns and pistols started In pursuit of tho canine and found him In the lot back 01I the Mycr House A half dozen shots word fired butJGeorge Ely got the cred it of bringing thcbruto to the ground Walter Hlatls house dog went mad last week and his owner shot him after- a hard fight The dog tried his best to bite Mr maul who fought him with his gloved bandsunillhls wife came to his rescue with aihoifgun CIRCUIT COURT The November j term of the Lincoln circuit court begun j yesterday The following grand Jurors byJudrei until Thursday next 10th J M Roy JInOjlUeEd Hubbard Jack Terry B D Carter William Moser O H Cole R HI Crow The latter gentleman was made foreman The petit Jury for this term i LongStoveG W Spaogler Joo Oaks W C AI ford L U Hubble George D Boone H P Newland David Eubauk Frank Davis AM Fryo Grant North B 81MobleyA Tucker and A W Carpenter NOTICE I IAll parties owing the MUM of J O Nor mutt mule at once All parllei to whom the estate U Indebted vd Itemized atatetseutto undersigned lie C HOHTOX Alt Mlllerabarff Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to 9otaeret I over far tale prlratoly my home OB Bat Male Street IB cUeford The reiMeoee U mUreoBi ootUge brand new butte room and all eoavemraee Tbo lot contains about IS acre of lead and the hems is a paribuston or ae Hook or Win neck at Stanford JUst What You Want The marvellous m en oat entertainer I an agent for the into of The Victor and Columbia Grand like Or pliaptiona and Record Sic the nest talkln elnglnf machine made flay the beantlfal record bend record orchestra records male quartette record song record bane reams violin record All tbeie reoorih ere given In a fume nataral tone I will lell you a machine for cash with discount or a- lutallmenll on easy monthly payment I greatl8tuacaIIIJor Agtgttuford PUBLIC SALE I will wll at public auction oa SATURDAY NOV H ItXM beglnnlntat melonfelt 11lIktt goal ewe S brood mares 2 oolis one gaol one by Dignity Dare 40 fat sboau 3 lOWS and pig a two bore wagon newDeeringtlmolbybay madknOBOHUK VRATI1KUFOUD Agent llmtenTlllf Ky PUBLIC SALE I THURSDAY DROKMttEK I 1101 Pine WiKKlford county farm known act eNtlaltatedf Ferrykwelling boric with six room new tobacco born eteble and all other neceaxarv ollt1 IpleImentaS lrUng hvlferm S yearling teen 1M lirep 4 sows with pig 1 binder 1 Out ting barrow 1 drill 4 plow i gleaner 1 Shorw Monarch rake 1 handsome set of furniture and other articles Terms made known on day of nale Iartles wishing to see the place or obtain Information apply to OUKUV MORRIS LexingtonKy PUBLIC SALE p ON FRIDAYNOVEMBER 111904 partershipheaving d we 1IIel1 all our Stocks Ural and Farming Imple meats on th- eJESSE F COOK FARM 6 Milos E of Stanford 25 tone sheaf aBta 15 ton mixed hay 500 Bboelra uf corn 200 shock of fodder lot of carpenter and blacksmith tool binder mowers wheat drub corn planter harrows plow wheat fan and other farming Imple moot 1 teei tire buckboard 1 bike runabout 1 buggy u 2 settled surrey all vehicles of the beet muke and used very little Herd of Registered Berkshire Hogs herd of registered Poland Oblna bogs These are Iowa boar and gilt weighing 125 to 140 pound from sire and of the best herd In Kentu ky and Illinois and dote up In blood to world Fair winners Herd of Registered Short Horn cattle consisting of cow and yearling and wean linK calves poundsIIa pairs of good work mule 1 mule colt 1 pair Iercberon geldings 3 and S year olds weight 1330 pounds each and good workers 4 saddle mUM well broke and bred to Preston 022 Some good mare mules A Gorman Coach Stallion 1 year old 3 saddle gelding good walkers 111gblandI1IgblandDenmark1 two yearold fllly by Highland Denmark 730 Carload of unbranded 2yenrold Kansas mares and gelding Carload of I to yearold mares and gelding IBomo Indian harness ponies well broken to lad 3 yearling jacks 1 lack colt all black pointsSale promptly at 10 a m No 120INote negotiable and payable at tbo Pint National flank of Ky bearing 6 for cent Interest from date with approved necurlty Burgoo and lunch for Par theilogos of registered tock or other further Information apply to J F Cook Lexing too Ky ICOOK KERB Stanford Ky Odl Oeo A Bain Acct CLOAKSJaerws Wo arc showing the newest styles as they como out in New York and the prices are moderate Wo show some swell coats at 750 to 20 WALKING SKIRTSo Wo have just received lot of brand now styles in walking skirts These have originated in tho last month They art pretty and every one mantailored See the new 17 fIoredskirt TailorMade n Skirts I Torms Cash We leave this identical skirt on vole this week nt the low price of 225 in Greys and Blacks This is only one of the many styles we are showipg in skirts ranging in prices from 225 to SO Ttttnember our stork of furs are the best to be found in Stanford Wearee- howil1C big values in Korean Sable German Martin Black Martin UmeJlh Come to us W6 trill save you good jnoney on this lino Than too you hove Ute satisfaction of know ing you buy front ft house that handles no 1 scooixls shoddies or job Iota I IJohn P Jones I j 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 450I tutu wsbs HJMRoberts j i BaruanStorcIs 1 i With n full line ol Clothing Dry Goods Dress Goode Notions Shoes Etc Goods sold choapor than yon evor honrdof them In innny cases you can naino tho prioo ami take tho goods Gill and sot wliat wo have got Our n prices will surprise you S Goldstein Prop 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY II rIdE INTERIOR110URNAL inltred ntht potlofflce at Stanford at uiondclau mailer aasadTxidtiarAr PERYEAR CASH 09 ffhia lot lopsldeaOO wilt bechartad I hIKNOXVILLE DIVISION 11iNm II SouthNjIS tISIIpmS10M II BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited on commission Stock Pens In Connection J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors UYERY fiND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Serrlce at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers InStreotOsll oa us on Depot Cost Miwau saloon COOD RICE Prors Fluent wines uhlsky and beers Special wholesale dealers LexInRtons famous llluo OriS9 Reor Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Bouthwood mixer Phone SB Stan ford Ky Datl TrailerDIALIIt IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc I Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KYI attention Nothing but the biPrompt and polite receiveto drink Mall phone u telegraph orders prompt attention Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furni ture Dave a special line of Rugs for the Holi days Winter Robes Rut ding Paper Stub and Moon Glass cut any size Mrs O B Pruitt has a ulee line of Fall and Winter Millinery PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All pereone wlehlog to buy or sell farms will da well to see us We have a number of ene Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sue and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell Livery it In oar bands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky I R B Nation Insurance ftnent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in andcounties incoln i asey who mar be seeking Insurance against fire Lightning and Tornado None but et and best OldLluo Com thelowMtPhone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky MRS cficaiA STOWS Orator Rutre Nous Club r 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation aa the only way to get e operationMywell as I for homo with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him ti get a bottle of Cardui for me to and ho did so I bt antoimprovemafewdayr and- myrPnverywacveryrepid With n was another beingeMXLmotL Mrs Stowoa letter shows every- woman how a home 1mddened by cImplete1Winoness and brings health and happi ness again Do not on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a 9100 of of Cardui e W NEo CR0Wn fijl I R C WARREN lit candidate for judg of the Lincoln county ceun subject ta the actten or the democratic party JAS P DAILEY It a candidate fir reelection as Jl of the Uncl Uounty Cowl uityKt to tae action of the Dee eerctk party THOMAS D NEWALND 8R it a caniUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject M the sctton ef therdemecrstk party GEORGE W DeBORO- It a eanaldatt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject It tt action of the democratic ranIT JEFF HILL SR II a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo tnt action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It acandidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject toms action of the democratic partyISAMUEL M OWENSI It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject a tot action of the democratic partjDINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject tome action of the Democratic party W I HERRIN it a candldatt for Jailer subject to the action of the Itmocrattc party MEREDITH E PRUITTI It a candidate for Superintendent of Public School tf Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo uatlc party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candUate for Superintendent of Public Settee Of Uncow County subject to the action of the deme- craacparty GARLAND SINGLETON Is a ensdldste fr reeIectIea for 511st PvMtc Srtllh of UttcatR county sMftCt M the ac tie of the Democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON It a candidate for Aisesior of Lincoln county subject ta the action ot the aemecratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub pct to the action of the democratic patty D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jct to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate far Assessor of Lincoln county sub jest to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON fs acandMate for Attestor of Uncoin county ceb j ctto UM action of UK detaoct party E D KENNE Y Is a candidate for Assessor of Lhu la eouniy sebjec to the action of the detwcrattc party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR QIHIyrR L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candUat SISM 1IenI for State Senator In this district street lo the M of me democratic party A W CARPENTER- Is a candidate fur Ooncres s bect to UM adieu of the 14o1111doe party W S BURCH le a eaedilete toe Courtly Auseoy ef Lsscoln eon IF MhjKt to the action of tile Dtttocnrtk parry W L MCARTY Is aeiJUrtt for Sheriff of Ltaceta county sebfec- tt the action of dettocratk party JAMES T ROBERTS or the East Gel k a n4Mit for aucMrate Hb ect to the anion of LW democratic prkMry Dec J epe4 = CHARLES REDD CrabOrchardthe Democratic Primary Dec j rye4 JAMES A DUDDERAR Is a caadUate for magistrate of the Stanford Dh trkL subject M the action ot the democratic flyDee J J eeocLs BeiizleyCol Undertakers and- Embalmers ALsODaAtassIa FurleiittiiuroMattIngSRagSThey a call Prices right 8TANFOED KENTUCKY J4G+ McGLMY XTHDEBTAZaSEt EMBALMERAnd HARNESS SADDLES fcO Stanford Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Rev J W Begin bill a good barI nosi horse for Bale Armp Daweon told to Danville parties 600 bushels of Irish potatoes at 60c D A Dohonoy sold hte farm of IOU Boron eight miles north of Springfield to A L Llteev for 10000 O P UufTmai bought of Dr BUllh Reid same butcher stuff at 3o and of J E Bruce porno fat bog at nbThirty yearling cattle for tale Will welch 800 pounds and ore extra good M Sandldtre MUledgeTllle KyIt Three dray pigs came to my placet about three week ago Owner can Ilet eamo by paying for this notice and tholrI keep J B SartiDItA C Miles of Garrard bought In Jetiamlno COUDVtbreo car loads orI hogs at 13 75 to 14 60 Nlcholasvllle Journal O A red yearling steer weighing frog to COO pounds camo to my place last Spring Owner can get him by paying for bit keep and thli notice Wllllan F Walls Jumbo Ky3tIn tbo corn show Riven at Danvllli by the Kentucky Supply Co and Collar Davle W P Olveoe ot this county won first prize Dudley Bryant or Boyle second and Thomas A Bradley of Boyle third There wore 71 entries President Bawklni of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association ears thi tlmohas been extended by the capital lets for securing the required Dumber of signers of contracts ot growers untl noxt week Be Ie confident that tht movement will now be made it Me cessAlta MoDonald has driven mare len satlonsl miles behind trotters and pac ere In 19W than any rolnsman ever did before him In the long history of the turf Be Is the only driver who eves drove two performers In one year to a sensational worlds records as that bell by Darlel 2021 the champion ptolni mare and Major Delmar 2011 tho worlds champion trotter both per tormances without the wind shield From time to limo we bear abou bode being killed as a result of salt and brine Ono man says that In his vloln Ity the Ice cream makers throw out the salt from the freezer and the hogs ate It and died Other hogs also drank tb brine Iron It and died There Is DO necessity of putting the matter to tbe test A little salt Is a good thing but there Is no doubt that a great deal or salt will kill almost any animal Then would seem to be no mystery oonneetc with the killing ot pigs by salt when It Is eaten In largo quantities Farmers Review MRS CARLTONS WONDERFUL STORY Maine Womans Thrilling Ext perience Duplicated in Stan ford There are scoie of families In Stanton and near by towns who will read with in latest the wonderful experience of Mrs A L Carlton one of the best known wo men in Rockland Me Mrs Carlton says sufferedwith stomach trouble for eight years growing worse all the time Threi of the but doctors in Maine diagnosis my case as uancer of the etcmach and de dared I could not live two months Ut terly discouraged with their treatment I began using MloDa and commenced ti gain at once At this time Iwas redneet to almost skin and bones as I bad lOll nearly 00 pounds during my sickness but when I began to take oil o tJa mi leek was built up and 1 gained 2i Ibs the first month I have taken only elx packages of theo wonderful tablets but my health is about restored and I firmly m1itlfeIlells for 60o a box and oflars it under i personal guarantee that if it dos not cure be worst form of stomach trouble and resultIng disorders the money will be re funded Bio PRIcEB B Klnsolvlng of It Sterling purcbaiedof Jeeee Tur nev of Paris and J E Galteklllageou lor the Ewing heirs the meteorite which tell on the Ewing lands In Bath county and over which a law suit was sad The price wm 81700 Men from rom all over the country were trying to purcbasu the stone but Mr Klntolv lot succeeded In landing the prize the meteorite was shipped to Chicago to Prof floury A Ward where It will probably be planed In the Northwest trn University along with other solen IQo displays The meteorite one of Lbe largest ever found In America ands pronounced by experts to be a very valuable asset- Surveys have boon begun and tlnan clal backlog Is said to bave been secur ed forte Mobile and Western Ala Irma railroad wbloh Is proposed to connect the Tennessee river and the Gulf ol Mexico Tne Georgia Florida aod Alabama railroad Is arranging to- extend Its line northward to Columbus Bnd Atlanta Cblot of Police anofLexiog too ciused the arrest of Mrs Minnie ihnson a member of tbo Salvation Army for preaching on the streets ID- bare feet The woman who Is refined oklng came from Ashland where sbo was a member of a good family The steamer Gloucester from Bostoo lor Baltimore went ashore in Obese peake Bay j AeBe JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks bonds Rrnld ovlstons and eot ton Private wire to uioelnnatlNew Vor and Ohtango Pre telephone scnfco to MMtoraoM Ofllee on In l rrtl All trades guaranteed FARM FOR SALE I I deatro to sell taT farm of 141 acre on Danville lluatonTlllo pike The rum 1110 a high state of caltlrkiton fairly well Improved watered with three never falling and five In tact you liar to see the place to understand the many eon venlenees I want to toll In next IS days I o want to sell mr took oontktlng of It aged 1 and I year old S Jacks 2 jack colts coven mare and mules 1 rac mare and colt 1 standard bred mare by mbetta Wilkes 3 hone mules well broke that have a little detect but are rood work ers will Koll them for IIIKI If sold at once Will sell farm and stock together or cope rately Any one wanting a farm and outB will do well to call at once and secure one of the nicest and best located farm In th county I also have W bushels of food seer rye for sale It n I Moreland ICy OFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary lElection for County Officers Sat urday Dec 304- I A primary election ia hereby called on Saturday December 3rd 1904 in all the voting precincts of Lincoln county I Ute regular voting place between lhe hours of 6 a m and 4 p m for the purpos oC selecting democratic candidates fOI Representative County Judge Count Attorney County Clerk Sberifl Asseaso School Superiotetidmt jailer Coroner Magistrate Surveyor and Constable a All democrats who are residents of said county and why are legal voters or who will be legal voters on November y 1905 are permitted to vote in their rem pective precincts aimd are invited end requested to do so 3 livery candidate except candidate for Surveyor Coroner Magistrate and Constable who desire to have his name printed on the ballots to be mod in aU primary must deposit with the Cnairma of the Committee on or before ueclocfc mjdnighl M days before the dale for holding said primary the sum of to be used in defraying the espenses 01 holding said primary cad at the 0 makiaj said deposit each wadi date must give written notice to sat Chairman that he desires to be a caad dale at saW election and notice to tho Chairman shall be notice to the Committee 4 la all those counties having dINs in which the law requires the registral of waters the Democratic Committee of socb ooauitie or the Chairman therec is adsorbed and directed to cause lbe names of democrats registered at the lam general registration to be copied into set crate books as is required by law- S Said election shall be held in all respects as is required by law for holding regular primary elections and a nnifori ballot shall lie used in every precinct and the Chairman of the Committee s hereby authorial and directed to cause to be printed bound and distributed to the vi rious precinct the ballots for each pro tsinct He is farther directed to pureha mild distribute in sash precinct the cN- lry paraphernalia for holding sid primal election 6 The Democratic County Commute ball appoint the officers in precinc to holdlhc election and they are to be selected from lists tarnished by the candidates at least to days before said election and to be as nearly equally divided as possible as to J dgeo Clerk and Sheriff among the venous candidates The oil cars of said primary election will whet the poll are closed proceed at once tc count the votes cast for each person for- Mid office and after colleting the totes they will return the ballots to time boxes sealing up the boxe and the Sheriffs and Judges of the election precincts will with la two days thereafter carry and drposi the boxes with the Chairman of the County Committee at the courthouse The Officers of the election at each precinct will make a written statement of the number of votea cast tot earn person voted for lot the sod office and will place said statement In an envelope sad deposit it in the respective ballot bosomy The precinct ballotboxes and aU returns are to M made to the Chairman the County Committee and if he 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 8 And on the next day after said returns have been made the County Com aittee shall meet and canvass the returns and certify the same 9 The Secretary of this Committee IS treated to give public notice of this rim ion aa ia required oy law and without relayto In the event there ia a surplu re naming after defraying the expenses of it shall be returned to th e lQidCnmarv paid in in the same pro ortton in which ic was paid by them and If there should be a deficit then the an idatea nominated shall be assessed to said deficit in proportion to Ihe- lramentfor any ofnce Provided however if no more than one candidate hall have complied with the conditions herein imposed by November is tqa then the of the Committee directed to reconvene the Committee as- ICOn thereafter as practicable and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the democratic party for said office aod to issue to him a certificate of nomination is The order of the ballot shall bo a follows State Senator Representative f General Assembly County Attorney Clerk Sheriff Assessor Jailor School Superintendent Coroner urveyor Magistrate and The artier of each candidates name who may enter said primary shall be determined b f lot The entrance fee for the various office tot Sherin 830 Judge 20 Kepreseoto thC elo Jailer S10 Assessor zo Su irintendent Ss County Attorney 20 junty Clerk SaoI F IIOL13A f Chm W n SHANKS Secy First National Bank or Stanford Capital Stock 50000 ThU Institution was originally establlihed as the Deposit Hank ot Stanford In U88 then reor aniscd as the National lank of Stanford in 1ICS and again reorfcanltetl as the Flnt National Uaik of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 years It It better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Paxton J B Owsle 811 Shank W 0 Walksr W Carter J R tterL 0 Ooooli W0u mlns W u artght n L trublle W II Shank Ky I Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such builnei relations prove mutually beneficial Officers J B nOOKBIl rrest 8 T HAHIIIR V J J MoHOllKUTS ChI 4 W tt WKAHBNAsst Directors V Reid Danville Harris StanfordrJ 8 Hooker Stanford MaXlnneyM B II Banrhman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble I II BauKbman Stanford J M Iettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK t CAPITAL STOCK 96OOOO Directors Oeo lad will A Gun Worth Officers B n SHANKS freildeati 4 J B OWSLEY Cashier W IL RRIGIiT Aiit Oaihtsri d 650 for 5 Can You Beat It I KOtiVd Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Phone No 13sStanford Kentuckyf IMPORT SHIPMENT 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 1 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 GJ5ORGE H FARRIS COt Stanford Kentucky i fu BUY Window Glass and Putty at antes o sesmr PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy loncs7and of per feet workmanship We carry e the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbloand Granite In Central Kentuckyr 1Lettering done pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS 1C SON Lexington Ky r il S HOE S r We are now allowing n great line of FALL null WINTER SHOES for all sizes of foot Cnll In and lot us show you oUr ij line bcioro making your FALL IUKCIIASRS I WeE Perkins L d r w Pee Ohr 8T 11111 by Crab Orchard Ky r