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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r + + t I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 1904 3 P M NO 77 I PREACIIERSVILLE r John Anderson of thle plate has a pear tree which has a second orop of good tIled pear oo It Your typo made UI say ID our latUItt ter that to Methodist meeting hid closed when It should have been Dap tilt mediae had closed Ramos Cox was tbrown from a hone t Sunday morning He sustained a dls located arm sod several eurloui bruis ci Ho reset tbo member himself J T Blngaman his voted In 23 con secutive elections and has never vet loratobed a ticket always voting tbo straight democratic ticket lie la at thorough In other matters Mrs W 0 Ieltu li teaching the t Preaebervlllo school lo the absence of the regular teacher Ml Little Pot tu Mrs N J Dorion II dele Mrs Vm Richardson is quite III of typhoid fever Mrs Jsma Dyehoai Is some better MoHlamN W 0 Cummin sod J L Andtrtee bate returned ram Oklaho ma Mr John L Anderson ef Wash iDfttot City spout a day with hi HMte John Anderson and tin family of TP V CwumUi MlMei Ltulc and lie Peitu and Wm Ptuui are at the World Pair MIN Ellsa Al woa of Mafivlll who has base vlfltlor her eoDlB Mrs F P Cunmloi has roDe to Lancaster bet will return nod visit other relatIves ChantlierlalnCouBRemedy Is Pleasant to Take r The flietl quality of granulated leaf sugar It ttttd In the manufacture of OhaMbcrUi Cough Ilemedy and the torte used la III preparation give It a fll vtr similar to maple syrup making It quite pleasant to take Mr W L lied Brisk of PoolMvllle tclln speaking of j this rvwnly eats I have used Cham Iwrlalnfl Cough llwaedy with mv efall drM tar metal jer and can truthfully any II U the beet preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take It aid It key no iBjarhMD after eCect POI HIli Rtr all droughts Tbl GHeI Moat CoffltnUllOB root at LoiUgtaa ywt4ir4 y and after a lenglhly eoaferen and lotiwcMoQ of the Howe of the let Gay WtBOoebel rowed thmteA at presented by the Nw York Mvlpter Slgaor s Mortttl Adams A Son who had the oeotrtot will rive aa cxnslon tfl- lBM of olio HMHIthl sod r OO IIMBde l by the ootDBtlttM te eH another soeip torTo tie Worldlrvia QBMH S Owceat Recto sod fwsUiero Railway Excellent iBTVlse tram South nod Southeast For Information address I W C RlManon 0 P A Cincinnati 0 0 B Clarke T P A Lexington Ky 1 For Sale Privately yyhoe aM St acreofliedattentNi J itouMld ot town llMlta an the Somerset sltlle lies in T roooM kttcken and ser yaet roe good cellar Ubte and all- n1aenary oatbwlldlng Water kydreat In chi yard and one for stuck J1 lIAILEY 0 BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH UI decided to quit the baggy belie l I will sell far tbe next M days at ocnt for OAth a ear load of HugKlM 8nrrejt Ibntlon and Ilucklxmrdi also a lot of harness They arc aU Ibe latest style and best Bkk fart of the vehicle Are rtlb bertlrol OOHH to leo me and tIt A bar gain at oneS before they are all gone OURTIS noVKU OMlttOrebard Ky Ee D Peyton DKALBU IN i i Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to sell privately try hotel property and Vera stable In llulltl can lx ucd ni hotel or private residence antI 1 wet arranged for two tmllle Sta ble line M ttalli and U In good repair Ilen II water at burn and hotel house It not Jan 1 will rot It and can Rive pot J Iwsesslonf5 louse und barn newly tot U In Oritdi d School dUtrlct For further tttrlUulan call on or address 16 8 OABtKNTRll Huitonrllle Ky S EVERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring buslnoia alt my life I feel confident In sating I 4J represent one or tho best tailoring firms In the country With my oxporlenco in 11taking measures and dlrectoni I give your are bound to bo satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear l me out prices are the same as Inex nerlenced morrwho aro In the business also havo a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other Bulling I will cut and make If you desire at a moderato price Thank f ing you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor I To The Democrats Kentucky Under Rulwi 27 28 and 20 adopted by the democratic State oooveotloo held ID the olty of Loulevlliu oa June 8 10W It le made the duty of all democrats In all the counties of tbo Commonwealth to assemble at tbelr ri speotlvo votloi preoloQt except In eaves of the first nod second ole on tbo third Mon day In November 1004 at tbe hour of 1 oclock standard time nod proceed then and there to tbo election of a pre cloot commltteemao Oa tbe fourth Monday In November tbe precinct committeemen thus elect ed are required to meet at tbo county seats in counties having only one laf Illative district and oreanlzs by elect lOll a chairman and secretary but In counties having more than one legislative district the precinct committee moo are required to moot at some convenient pine designated by the cbalr nan now In ollloc who will pretlde un tlfanotber onalrman shall be elected In cities of the first and second aliases the eoramltioentti for tbe preelnoti will be appointed by thamemberof the Stet c otral committee In and for the CoogrtMtoonl district nbraoloir suc- hdies i bjeol to tbe approval of the dtBOoratlc StarW central committee thejoottmittMMM thus appointed at Mr each approval will meet and organ las as U the ease of oominlttoroaa who have ben eleoied- Chairmen aid iMratarlts of county l eUlatlrs and city committees may or may not be members thereof When said committees are thus or ganlatxl the chairmen of each will sand a list of bis committee lndlallng the precincts each represents to tho secretary of the Democratic State Central aid Kxeoutlve Committee at fcrankfort fit will also report wnetber any pro emote fall to bold an election at the tine required and If so Indicate such preoineM It Is of tbe utmost Importance that these detail of the party organlsatloo be attended to It Is necessary to tbe partys saeoae and barmooy that the demtwrais la sash preolnet should se Lot tbelr own eommltteeiaen and they should see to It that an earnest and seaious derooorat who will give his time and attention to the work Is nam ed Ineaob lastanoe Lewis McQuown Chairman of State Oeatral aod Executive Committee Ieroy tlaly Secretary OTTENHEIH James Livingston Is quite slolt but li som boiler at this writing Oolller Ountaredrllllogawell neat OlteBhtim for Mr birdie There was more rrjetclng over the reoent rainfall than It a gold mine had been discovered The people have mado good use of their time this dry weather by clean log out their dry ponds Eta John Rodgers preached Sunday at Pine Grove hey John Pence It holding a few days meeting at Sugar Grove school house Wm Anderson any that ho has some of tbe same kind of corn our Preachers vllle friend has but he doesnt fear It not germinating like ho docstbe ground mice eating the kernel out Prof Datson was bore on business this week and showed Utf some extra good corn which ho raised on a piece of ground that bad been In corn for 16 year This shows that he ISA farmer as well as a music teacher Mrs Myrtle Dyebouse Is sick with bronchial trouble and lover Bon H c Warren made a democratic speech of 15 mlbutos In P L Davis shop to a republican audience but It will take until November 1006 to toll whether or not It will take effect W A Carton was hero last week and says that tbeie old roads ho used to wagon over still look natural and his friends would love to tM blm have a bet tor position In his old days They deem him worthy of tbo assessors office which he la BO earnestly seeking Only Makes a Dad Matter Worse Perhaps you havo never thought of It but the tact must be apparent to every one that constipation is caused by a lack of water In the system and the use of drastic cathartics like tbe old fashioned pills makes n bad matter worse Chem bcrlaini Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in their effects and when the proper dose is taken their action is so natural that one OliO hardly realize it is the effect of medicine Try a 26 cent bottle of them For sale by all druggists HoDld your papa bear me singing that serenade V She Yes but you aro safe Ho thought It was tbe cat Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets are brooming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale Eby all druggists La Folletto was elected Governor of Wisconsin by about 00000 plurality I L NEWS NOTES A Media Pa woman has bad 11 sets of twins 1 be wife of Copt James Blackburn Is dead In Wood lord A defeated republican cauditate lo Oklahoma has committed suicide I W A Webber onodf Harrison coun tys wealthiest men Is dead at Cynthl anaTwo I men were killed In a colliery at Pottsvlllc Pa by the falling of a six ton rock Burglars ransacked a store at Hop klnsvllle and carried away goods valued at L00- Judson Smith ol Cumberland county was killed bv a serious explosion In his yarn and his body was burned to a crisp Three persona were burned to death and han a dozen others overcome by smoke In an apartment house fire In New York Trading on tbe Mew YorkiSlook Ex change Wednesday was tbe heaviest since May B 1901 with an upward movement of prloea Three men were killed and 21 Injur ed four pirbaps fatally In a collision on the Chicago and Zaatern Illinois II R near Terre Haute Ind Two masked men looked the county treasurer at Presoott Arizona in the steel vault of his nflloe stole 816000 tbereform aed made their escape A Perrln and Louis Hall of New York have bought 23000 acres of tim ber lend In Morgan Bstlll Wolle Bath and Rowan counties for 1260000 Tbe American Steel and Wire Co has decided on Louisville as Ita distrib thing point for tbe South and Wet Memphis having been found unsatisfac tory Edith Lender back a pretty Louisville girl 16 year old pleaded guilty to a charge of hone stealing It was her third oZenfto She will bo sent to tbe School of Reform The general board of the navy rec ommended tbe construction of three battleships five scout cruisers six torpedo boat destroyers six torpedo boats aed two squadron colliers at an aggre gate cost of 11300000 Tbe summary dismissal from the Standard 011 Co after 17 years ser vlee of Henry Rblnock a brother of Joseph L Rhlnoek Congressmanelect from the Covlngton district Is ascrib ed by the Messrs Rblnook to Joseph Rhlnock race for Congress CHRISTMAS tNSarortThe De comber Delineator with Its message of good cheer and helpfulness will be welcomed In every home The fashion pages are unusuallyattraotlve Illustra ting and describing the very latest modes In a way to mako their construc tion during tbo busy festive season a pleasure Instead of a task and tbo lit erary and pictorial features are of rare excellence A selection of Love SonIC from tbo Wagner Operas rendered In to English by Richard do Galllecne and beautifully Illustrated In colors by JO Leyendcckor occupies a prom bent place and a chapter In the Com posers Series relating the Romance of Wagner and Coslma le an an Inter esting supplement to the lyrics A very clever paper entitled The Court Cir ales of tbo Republic describes some unique phases of Washington social life Is from an unnamed contributor who is said to write from the Inner clr oleo of society There are abort stories from tbe pane of F Hopklnson Smith Robert Grant Alice Brown Mary Stewart Cutting and Elmore Elliott Peake and suob Interesting writers aa Tuna Magruder L Frank Baum and Grace MaoGowan Cooke hold the atItentlon of tbo children Many mas suggestions are given in needlework and tbe Cookery pages are redolent of the Christmas feast In addition there aro tbo regular departments of the magazine with many special articles on topics relating to woman In broils within and without tbo home Not A Sick Day Since- I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which relieved mo One dayi saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and de termined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entlioly cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Itheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Thlsfe what B F lass oflFre mont N 0 writes Only roc at Penny drug store- Mysakes How well your husband Is trained How did you ever do it I dldnl Ho was a widower when I got him It saves a lot of trouble A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg- o J B Ornor Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Itucklena Arnica Salvo cured Its suet as good for burns scalds akin eruptions and piles S5o at Penny drug store t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The telephone oUIco ot Lebanon was burnedLuther Taylor Sr a prominent citi zen of Lebanon Is dead- J K Dallev former Judge of Harlan county Is dead Fire almost wiped out the village of Million Madison county Veil Hatter has been appointed post master at Poplar Hill Casey county Henry Brock shot and killed Robert Mlnton In Pulaikl when tbe latter struck him in the face with his flit Tbe Postle stock of hardware was offered at public sale at Lancaster and a bid of only 1000 being offered It was taken down Mrs State Hampton Chestnut wife of T D Chestnut died at her homo In Garrard after a lingering Illness of cancer of the throa- tBdan1TTBon Fontaine Fox bUt atke us to announce that the willi speak at tbe courthouse Monday coon ty court day at 1 p MIE C Llnney retires this week from the editorial management of tbe Moun ala Bcbo to make the raoe for circuit clerk London Dimocrat Judge John W Hughes has announc ed his candidacy for county judge of Meroer He Is exceedingly popular and will make a splendid race Judge B F Roaob Is a candidate for renoml nation The little daughter of John Johnson a farmer of near Broniton Pulaskl county was drowned In a spring She fell Into the water on her face and was unable to get out and was found later by her mother The water was not ov er 12 Inches deep Harvey Owens colored of Mt Ver non Is so enthused over the lansllde for Roosevelt and the presidents words of not closing the door of hope to tbe colored man that he wants tbe postof Qeu there While not an educated man be has children who could manage the ofllco R C Ford of Mlddleeboro has pur chased a large amount of land known as the Middleton lands In Claiborne county Tcnn paying therefor 140000 Mr Ford Is backed by other men of wealth with whom ho will take steps for the development of the property which Is rich In timber arid coal An election wager that attraced much attention was paid Wednesday night when S T Gray a prominent democrat and merchant wheeled Dr J H Smyth republican over town In a wheelbarrow decorated In red white and blue and bearing the pictures cf Roosevelt and Fairbanks Tho route was over the principal streets and aclr cle around the public iquare says a Barbourvlllo special Crab Orchard Baylor Holtzclaw shipped a carload of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati this week Tbe election passed oil so quietly that the wayfaring man though a fool could not fall to see the beauty and advantages of a nongale of intoxicant and of open saloons The handsome residence of Mr Rey nolds Is nearing completion and tbe contractor Mr Wessendoll of High land deserves great credit as a fine builder and any one desiring work in his line will do well to give him atrlal Dr Henry Pettus has moved Into his new cottage and hU mother will take charge of his home this week Louis Bell Is rejoicing over a One baby girl as to Henry Wells The little baby of Mr D Edmlston Is much better Mr Samuel Tllfrey of Brodhead has mov ed into tho house of Mr Emma Farrl Ob lower Main Mr Tom Stuart who has been very sick Is somebatter Mrs Will Pcttu Is ImnrovloGr Disastrous Wrecks Carclesssneas is responsible for many a railway wreck and the rame cautes aro making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Celds even the wont oases can be cured and hopeless reo siunation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Gregg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whoso life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great rem edy i+ guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Penny druggist Price 60c and U Trial bottle free II Bow are times over In your State Too darned much prosperity We cant get tbe campaign managers to thinking ours la a doubtful State Doesnt Respect QldfAge Its shameful wjen youth falls to show proper respect for old ago but just the contrary in the oleo of Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Thy tilt olllmaladiea no mat ter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fovor Con atipatlon all yield to this perfect pill arc at Pennys drug store Wm Mayer of Mt Carroll Ill lost his homo by hotline pas Parker and committed suicide by hanging i See For Yourself I 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 esnss I7e t MrRiddelw Will be with us Thursday Nov 17 andmake a display of H J HEINZ COS Preserves Apple Butter Mince Moat Pickles c The ladies are especially invited to attend and examine these goods The Kenton Cracker Co will be represented also the famous Chase tC Sanborns Cofteo will be served lIol1sekcciors dont fail to attend from 0 A M to 1 p M i W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY ii U THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY Wo wish to announce to the people of Stanford and surroujjtl ins country that our PALL dad WINTER stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoos Rata and Cups Ladies and Gents Furnishings is now complete anti wo invite each and every one to visit our Store and examine our stock and prices which thethope will he of intorost as well as itnpprtunt to yourself as GUS Dont forget The Now Store It is the place to get the Best Goods for tho Ionst Money 171 Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky HOT CAKECo lrTJ Prices on a few small Hoating Stoves that I have left Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of these suit yon I cnn save you some money If you are interested m a warm air furnace call at my shop and sue the Patric Furnace that will heat a 7 to H room house with the same or loss full than two grates will bUlnIS H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford KylC R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries h HardwareTinware and HarnessxFresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville 3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I e C WALTON IE gave to the press an addressed to the Democ racy of the Natloo10 which he thanked all those who aided In the campaign work In the letter ho says he will never again seek a nomination nor a public ofHee Be eaye be will work for democratic tuccesi and strongly urgelI party harmony He repeats bis pro Ylous itatement that the createit mor at question that confronts the party la Snail the truiti and corporations be prevented from contributing money to control or to aid In controlling alec lions TUB trusts and Federal office bolder have triumphed und we shall have four years more of Roosevelt who may that time declare himself Im Itwltbln rule at his own sweet will B8 long as he shall elect His pollay of Imperialism militarism and recKlesi f extravagance will continue and ht will run the government In the earns old iT way The result Is so decisive ae to leave no room for question or cavil We will have to submit whether we want to or not and be la wlee and hap t py wbo believes that whatever Is Is beet ITilELexington Democrat volcea our sentiments to at when It Ian There was absolutely no reason or excuse for Judge Parker a baste to slop over In congratulating Roosevelt and the Proa Identa cold acknowledgment wee a 3flttlog rebuke The Sage of Esopus must avery forgiving man to want to1 show courtesy to a man who had called him a liar In seven different ways I t WHEN asked how he accounted for f the Rooaevelt landslide of Tuesday Chairman Thomas TagRart carelesslyof replied Ob there were cot enough Jdemocratl ItWill the party be reor be wee asked There la no need of reorganisation What wo need moro democrats he answered ifaAs a newspaperman Mr Urev Wood Ilion lea success but as a political I1 prophet he is the worst that ever hap pened He and Tom Taggart must bave been trying to seo which could maketbe biggest claims before the elec Lion TUB defeat of Keboe In the Ninth Congressional district Is greatly to be regretted He made an excellent Con gressman and la one of those splendid t democrats who ought so have all the good things they want TUREB rJamae Richard 0001 the Glasgow Times He will make a Cocgeaeman that the democrat of the Third district will be proud of in years that are to soma TUB leas said about the election the better We dont like politics any way especially when the republicans gettbi benefit of tbo landslide ii BRYAN denies that ho Hearst and Watson will try to organize anew par- tyd We believed It a lie of the enemy when we beard it ADDITIONAL LOCAL TUE First National Bank of Stan ford will offer for sale to the highest bidder before the court house on Mon day Nov 14 loot Its brick office on Lancaster Street and a small dwelling on Somerset Avenue Terms made known on day of sale J S Hooker 9president I i TUE Stanford foot ball team defeated an aggregation of players from Cen tral University composed of first team substitute Sophomores and Freshmen here Wednesday afternoon The game was one of the most Interesting played here for some time Neither side scor ed In the first half Coffey made a touch down for Stanford after eight- S minutes of play in the second half Menefee kicked goal Durham made a touch down for C U and failed to 8 kick goal Stanford has not been beat en this year and our boys are playing good ball The team bas been strength f coed by John Menefee plafug tackle Howard Coleman at fall back and Rob p ort Root at tackle George Menefee go tog to the end Stanford has a good chance to defeat Nlcholasvllle today They left for that place this morning We are very much pleased with the plane submitted to us by Mr Andrew the architect said Gov Beokbam at the close of the State Capitol commis sion The commission meets again today and on Saturday to go lurther into the plans and the location ol the sever al departments In the new building We have not considered anything fur they than tblB Frankfort dispatch At Montgomery W Va Shorlll Daniel and John Rood were shot to death by Harry Jaokion out of revenge for the killing of his brother by a policeman A pile la in pursuit of Jack son and two of hie brother Toe last bridge on the Southern ex tension from Httrrodsburg to Danville will be completed by the latter part of next week YYY t3 1TH wind UP the work In that department Teddv will visit the Worlds Fair Nov 28 It 0 iYra1CQler b POLITICAL Congressman Gilberts majority In this district la close to 2300 Judge Canlrllla majority over Wm Herndon for Appellate Judge la 10093 Garrard and Rockcastlo were the only counties In this appellate district that gave William Herndon a majority- J Frank Hanly Govercor elect of Indiana launder quarantine at Lafaj elite on account of having been exposed to smallpox A G Clark son of the millionaire merchant A G Clark dropped dead just after leaving a polling booth at Helena Mont- Congressmanelect Joseph L Rhl nook ofCovIngton will remember hit friends by giving a banquet in every county In his district Judge F A Bullock has given notice that he will redistrIct the voting pre cloata in Fayette county radvolog the number from QO to 17 Judge D Cady Horrlok the defeatod oaedldate for Governor of New York say the magnitude of the republican victory Is due to personal popularity of President Roosevelt This la what the democratic nominee for vice prcMdent said I have no statement to matte for publication Tbe returns show that the country tae gone overwhelmingly republican I will be highly gratified If my home town and county give me a good vote Republicans are disappointed In beI race made by W C Owens against Congressman Swagar Sherloy In Lou lavlllo Mr Owens ran 104 votes be hind Roosevelt and prominent republl cans are saying that be prevented the entire republican vote from being poll Ed Judge Louis McQuown chairman of the State central committee expressed satisfaction over the result In the State I expected defeat for tbe ticket in tbe National race said Judge McQuown and would have been surprised bad we won Let us be thankful for what receivedMr favors an aggressive fight In the future on tbo old Issues and mentions a number of new Issues which he thinks should be taken up In the future The party he asserts should seek tbe support of tbo wage earners and tbe common people rather than an alliance with predatory wealth Republicans In Colorado cencede the election of Adams democrat for Governor Dawgon republican has been elected In West Vlrglna by a plurality ot about 5000 and late returns In Nebraska assure the reeleo tlon of Mickey republican Marylands vote for Presidential electors Is in doubt and It will require tbe olJIoIal count to decide which party bas car ried tbe State- Roosevelts plurality of the popular vote as well as of the electoral vote lea I recordbreaker and tbe Indication are that It will exceed 2000000 The electoral vote from the present Indica tons will etand 343 for Roosevelt and 133 for Parker Missouri hat landed In Roosevelts column by a plurality esti mated at 8000 though Folk democrat It elected Governor by a plurality ap proximating 40000 Tho Missouri Leg lelature la believed to be republican and the democratlo candidates for Lb e- Stateminor ottlcee probably have been defeated Tbe democrats will also lose I several Congressmen In Missouri President Roosevelt after tbe elec Lion returns clearly Indicated the re I suit issued the following statement III am deeply sensible for the honor lone me by tbe American people expressing their confidence In what have done and tried to do I appreciate to tbe full the solemn responsibility this confidence Imposes upon me and I shall do all that In my power lies not to forfeit It On the 4th of March next I shall have served three and onehalf yean and this three and one half years ionstltules my first term The wise custom which limits tbe President to two terms regards the substance and Dot tbe form Under no circumstances will I be a candidate for or accept an other nomination II MATRIMONIAL Wesley Bourne and Miss Nora M lumpbrey were married at Lancaster bla week Ten cents was the fee offered Rev BE S Ely by a Wisconsin young man whom ho had just married The new Iy made groom claimed that that was ill last dime saving only enough to take himself and bride back to Habit for that amount the parson had also allowed the young man the use of a room to arrange his toilet Mr Ely refused tbe dime but the young man lelt It on a table At tbe home of Mr W M Matheny I at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Mr Sam N Matheny and Miss Annie M 3oooh were joined heart and hand In a pretty ceremony by Rev P J Roes of the Methodist church Tbe home woe beautifully decorated with mistletoe and chrysanthemums Tie bride ts- lone of our most charming young wo min Mr Matheny la a substantial young farmer und a young man of floe character Their many friends wish them long life and happlne They immediately left for the Worlds Fair for a few days stay- Representatives of a number of To- baccoI Growers Associations of the t United States are holding an Important conference In Lyuchburg VaI CHURCH TTERSiRev J H Pence of Rowland la holding a meeting at Sugar Grove Eld C E Powell of Lexington la holding a protracted meeting at Brod headThe Baptists who are repairing their church will hold services In Walton Opera House Sunday morning Tbe Christian Endeavor Society at Pleasant Grove Garrard county will give an oyster supper on Wednesday night Nov 10- Largecrowda will attend services at tbe Christian church Sunday morning and evening to hear Rev J W Ha gins last sermons The furnace Is repaired and the Christian cburcb la ready for occupancy Too minister will preach Sunday morn leg from Phlllplans 3 1314 and at 7 P M from Epheelani 3 1010 A protracted meeting has been In progress at Grapevine church In tbo one week there bave been 18 conversion Tbe meeting WAS to have closed Sunday night but a number who dealr ed to unite with the church solicited that It be continued another week so that they could come out on the Lords side and their wishes were acceded to Rev Young of Madison county la do log the preaching Harrodsburg Her aidLet us centre our minds upon tbe more substantial things of lifenot pol Itlcal but that Thanksgiving turkey- or the Christmas holidays suggests the JesgamtnoJouroalIs stated that John D Rockefeller and James Stlllman of New York bave purchased 935000000 In Santa Fe railroad stock In Woodford 70000 pounds of old hemn sold at 15 20 and tbe turtles con tracted for new crop about 80 auras at 8510 per 112 pounD JAMES H RAINES- Is a caadtdate for Jwec of the PMC of the SUII tort Mtctetrrisl Dtetrlct subject to fie tfeMcrattc II1eary 1e s 94 WATT M DUDDERAR- Is I a oiiklUat for AUrlttraM In tile Iluttss s dk Irtct subject to tow Democratic prlaury of Dc J O J CROW If a c nJ14jt for Justice of the Mace of MM llvt tonville Magttferuil Ditttf t wbct to Uw uctton of MM Democratic Tetsuo Dc J 1404 PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ud UMUHVI OH tubOmlea c a 1tI tb rails MtC p OoercHe ooIIIDrucrirfl I BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about 00 acres on Danville Avenue onehalf mile from Graded School known as Goodkalgbt tarn Good boow at 7 room with bent of cisterns and all nec essary outbuildings The farm stand drootli well Cull on Mr N M Ooodknlgbt at llronnugh Cottage now occupied by Judge Bailey Farm For Sale I On account ot Illhealth I denlre to tell I privately r q farm ef lye acre located ID edge of lIMTllle Good IwprotetrwBU fruit never tailing water Will Hli as whole or divide Small bpuie on lowe- part O B BAIINETT- Huitonvllle Ky A S PRICE jDontist Stanford Ky Jlllcaor UeBobwu Drug Store In tat Owsl rBonding Tothe Insuring Public I nvlo had a loss under Policy No FI NowIKy I am prepared to recommend the above company to you tell you for prompt and liberal settlements of louses there Is none better and I dare say few as good They do not deduct one nrtbrrom your ns some would have you believe but willingly and cheerfully pay you all the Indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment Companies For further particular In regard to or Asiotwment Companies address me M Quern MtmriiT Klngsvllle Ky PUBLIC SALEI TUE3DAY NOVEMBER 2el9Ot- In order to dissolve partnership we will sell all our crops stock etc on the Isaac V Shelby farm one mile south of Shelby Ulty on the Uanrlllo and Hustonvllle turn ilke consisting of about 600 halos of millet hay and straw 15 stacks of millet bay about 250 barrels corn 400 shocks of fodder 20 rut hogs about 60 head of 2yearold cat tle 12 yearlings 10 fat cattle some cows and heifers 2 ddle horses a combined mare 300 good ewe due to lamb In Janu ary buckboard and other things too nu merous to mention Sale commences prompt ly at U oclock with no reserves All sums of 320 and under cash over 220 a CO days and payablo at FarmerNational Hank of Danville Ky bearing fl per cent Interest with approved security i v sjuKLnY ISAAC tJHiaUY JR T D English Auctioneer I PUBLIC SALE 1 Having decided to change uiy location I will on TUESDAY NOV te 1MI Sell to the highest and best bidder It not sold privately before the following proper ty i My hoiye and lot In Grab Orchard fronting on Main street containing two acres of lund more or dwelling with six rooms and good cellar a never falling well on back pprch all necessary outbuildings arid shady and fruit treOllor various kinds In agood relgbbortinod and a delightful place to live This property will bo sold fur onethird cash lu hand tbe remainder on a credit of one and two years bearing six per cent Interest from day of sale Will also sell a No 1 Uboroe power boiler and engine with saw mill complete and In Oratclass running order The mill will be sold tar onehalf dash In band tbe remtflndet oil a rredlt of six and twelvemonths time bearing six per cent Internet from day of sale A lien retained on the property until paid P U UONDEH Crab Orchard Ky ih ereseya r t er I w L Douglas 3 i 350Shoes 4 t Are tho biggest sellers in the world because they iwo tho best Shoes in the world For Quality Comfort and Style thoy surpass nil othrers for the price Wo Imvo Patent Colt Yioi nnd Velour CoIf for dross wonr and 13os I Cnlf Enamel and AVnx Cnlf for every day wear Every pir is 1rIuntecd to give good wear Lot u show jon the Dot I LAS SHOKP Cummins McClary s a STANFORD KENTUCKY o of I WANTED Turkeys Ducks Caws asid Chl kens highest cub Market price II B NORTIItXJTT vtanford Ky u Valuable Property for Sale Ten acres ot laRd a twostory treat 7 spleurdid garden and orchard There ta a latf mill on tb a good ciasbor dan Is In good repair and tile natural pew er Is groat eoooomy In ruonlag Ue all Doe a business Everything Is III good repair and ku all necessary out log The owners only reason for sellln Is the rush ot other butlnnM ILl ha has ox tensive farming interests to look after This property 1s on the Hanging Fork atxx 4 miles tram Stanford and un bought a bargain For further particulars ad dress a C Thurmond Lytle or L It Uugbes Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE It not sold privately I will sell publicly on MONDAY NOVEMBER U 1001 Oounty court day In Stanford farm of 134 acres 2J4 miles Mouth ot Walnut Klatknow III the O O and W F Abraham farm Toe dwelling hal six rooms and good barn fou neverfalling springs and the crop are No 1 lOOuO good lumber 00 It ene half of the fencing made of good wire and 30 acres In clover and timothy close to scboolhoiio and church Yarm- 10lnl elks on South side and tree mall de desiring to purehai this flum shouldcall on Geo or Jim Gray anA YBONson or oniUSTEltlA Walnut Flat Ky J P Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE 1 will soil ut public outcry at the Mn An nle llarlsn farm four mllos from Danville one mile from llcdgevllle on Danvlllo anc- Lancaster on WEDNESDAY NOV SO 1001 The following property Seven good work mules 2 extra mare mules coming tour years old 7 horses one trotting bred mare with foal to Hernadotte J90 12 MO or OO bands ot corn In crib 100 bushels of hemp- seed tree tram one straw stack M 79 pound shoats one woaolln calf two mill cow live lallapound cattle farming Im- ploment one veering binder one hem cutter one season ono disc breaking plow one Oller chilled plow ono disc cut tlvator ono tooth batrow one corn holler one farm wagon three lets of plow gear on extra tan two buggieshousehold and one kltchei whew furniture tale bogies at 10 A u Terms made known on day ot sale T D English Auet 10 IIRO- WNPOSTED We whose names appear below strlctil forbid hunting hsblng or any kind of tree our place und will proseeut violators to the full extent of the law J 7 Spoonaroore T M Holme J B Oamenlsoh- Potir Balmer W H Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens james M White and wife Carso- nH1 Hawkins lire Mary It Welin Frank Oordltr ReynoldsMorgan Charles Mrs Kate Ador Belchenbaeh hrs Prod VonQruenlgan Albert VonUrueolgai Fred VonAllman Fred Ilovmenn Alfred Simpson Oeorgo Holmes Ml Mattle U Howe R Uelchpnbnch- Qharle Oummlns Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes You want Your Money To buy the most We want trade and will tinThe ItrwiilctoUi we offer At 8 Iller yanl is the belt tube iMil better dMB the regular 8125 Compare it with otiten Our 40incli Mohair in all colors at 48c peryarsl II the regular it r qimlity psurueGoali Blnnketfl from 5Uo to 4fi per Iklkn gatmIIltLadle u 4 jwlrIpnirShirting pot nlL utI allied JnokuU from J17A to 815 Mons lints from 48c to 83 each Boys Clothing front 81 to S3 porsllitt1 Splendid line of Ladies Belts Purses and Back Combs Jet Collars SideINeckwear Kid Gloves Golf Gloves Hosiery Etc Our prices are al ways the lowest qualities the best to be had THE GRAND LEADEROWflLHY BLOCS WATCH OUIt ADS- M B Lory 8 Co 5 B LovyK 1 DR E H MURRAY OPHTHALMOLOGISTThat 1 tion in IIKALTII und BeonsoCentury Dlctioimry I use no MEDICINE oithor in oxnmiuittiou or treatment of tho oytla jior perform nny SURGICAL operation hut simply correct nil dofcctt of Ilo fmction with perfect ADJUSTED QLASS13S Have euoeaefully fitted sevaml hundred pairs of glnajos in Boyle und surrounding counttee wiULeI1t St Asaph Hotel Monday Nov 14 Dr E M Murray Ophthalmologist Homo Olhee With Murray A MoAdnms Dauvillo Ky er 3 If The Way The Election Has GoneI to I not suit you our goods and prices will suit you We Stilly your wants and our daily work and thought is to 0 give our patrons what they want anti at the lowest possi lllo price If you are not a customer of ours be one from fjiii time forward and wo will use every honest effort to PY9H ono t1zd 1 SEVERAJfCE SOlr srrA FORD 11 7p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I 100111 SrANFORD KY Nov 11 I IN1N to work oo that bad Ooorh and OeM UJlIIDIr Paauya Wbit Ptue lbl reread v1c effective and picaisnt to take evan tbe children Ilka 14 ask you to try U and If not sat td we return most Price cent a bottle at PenayeDrugStorc Union rPERSONALS MK S T I1ARKI8 went to Lebanon laneldayIt4lloRT PORTER le bilk from the I Wprjd4 Fall a0 MOOHB of L1t rlr Ii attend f V ifeeoartbere Miss Nnrm WRAY wont te Lolls vide yesterday H liRWHT nAYS U now salesman DL 1da flinch arts jtKXWT WAHRKN of M1ddINbere- vru here Wtdn day I MRS JAMNB UBBO of Leaiavllte It- t methar Mr WhitI i with her MRS jAM BMitMHOK raWraai to her hetee atUrt i WaB lay + M1M SHHUrr 9t Aiwlta U vlilt S I leg bar slser MM P M MRGlNrI Mile Jn OKoDTof Celli iWa U with the family or Judge M O Sailey CBu R M JAOMOH ol London wit birtWia 4ay en reeie W Uwai tiIMIM tVLW UtIIIa o1 lei to Vrwith Mr VV Hfl we bees yssceMay r 4sRcireitLMM J K BAOOMUK lftliteft1Us wary K MMW at Saertf M IDIlIluMR J O BPBASMI le very low with I IjpbsW favor Last olRH was ttie wfifiV bt lat bat jflrKe CCHOT of CimoaU cad Cfilltof ef Crab Orakard WN KVMU of to at Milt Swlla fill MAYOR A B ru W CK rotarad te QI1aad cossev tasrday so look afear bas ell laMrMM MM W J BAKBOCK of l 4Uaapa- I HitliwIUi her wailer MM J R ttteH at Owaabel- LtTWil ELUAMHTH Raw daughter r f R1 Mr fool MM MX PrulU 01 MerI Ir iland U HI of loMlllUi Dll U A JON 8 U al the World Far and 11 C Uuplev Jr U running his oap business In hU absence Miss VIRGINIA WARKHN of Mid dlaiooro Spent lateral day with Mite Bata hells Oloyd and otbar friends here MIss RDA RAMSEY who has been p the atlraotlTBBfueuof MISS Anna Cook loher homa at Mon returned yesterday AnI J B Becks pretty cottage on HaIL Main street and will move hU family to fIILloon lANAOKIl nOMEtl WRAY of the Stanford Telephone Kxcbange and wile wore In tbe city several hours pester day Advocate MR AND MRS JAMeS I HAMILTON of Lancaster took the train here for Memphis yeiterday where they will spend some time MBS8R8 FRKDER10IC OOFPMANN and Carl to Gantvoort of tho Cincinnati College of Music were entertained while hero by MU Ellen Ballou MRS D R CARPENTKU of Nash vlllo U with MM Dr J 0 Carpenter 1 Her husband will arrive In a day or two MM M E Fish of Crab Orch ard Ii also with MM Carpenter MESDAMes It B MCUOUBRTS and Belle Burnilde and Misses Mary and Martha GUI Graco Klnnalrd Salllo Drew of Lao and Mattie Elkin and castor attended tho nofTmanoGanl voort concert Wednesday evening TUB many friends of MM Lewis L Walker Ii at Colorado Spring will be glad 10learu tbatehe 1 much Improved In health Mrs W 11 Cook 1 and lOn Robinson have Bono to lien J dersonvllle North Carolina to spend thowlnter Cential Record LOCALS Film of root paint at W N Crate PharmacllLit RttAD W HniKlofltandlnEadver tUcment It wlll Igtereet4Yop D Bal lanRsrce lor sale OrchardMrs0 MBN8 saddles horeo blankota pnd laprobw In great variety at J C Mo Clary Tnt weather Indicates Snow and predict that qmo will full during next 21 hers TRY our Maple syrup W H Hist gluesss the Wooder theoriginal Rot mast Sieve at Joba Bright Jr A 00 UIAMIU to dt the fya aid frami to attics ties at Dr W K Craig1 Pbai naeltt A NITITRRMILXCreltbas form ad In Stanford cad the price has been raised to 10 ants per gallon RAVE your Obcliimai tamping done by Mrs 0 L Carter Stamping every Tuesday and Friday Phooe 101 ATTBND Gto U Weatharford ale at Uoitonvllk tomorrow Saturday Same good itoelr crops OLe are to be dttpoted of FOR RUNT FOR 1M6 Cottad on Daavlll uvenae between Dr Carpen Urand W W Bright1 Apply to Mr J11 Owlvjr + Poet RsnTMy houses on West Main Street OM ooeopied by ltey J W Haaln and the other by Z 0 Wai- WD Marie Hurdle it MOM AY U county acwrt day aid ai It U the last before tics primary a lot at tMllieg aad liaullie by tbe eandt dates way be ejftMMMd will Monday next oeert day addreM Me democracy uf Lincoln ctHioty ofi the enbjtot of my BABdldaey fer the nomination for soon ty judge R a Warren MOT a one el t4e KH ballot voted by OemoornM IB the Maekvllta preolnot was Mratdbed They were voted lathe circle adr the rooster wbleh MMnted fer tbe whole demoeratle tlek St PDOKTAUtB POX BOMHrrr will speak In tha OMrtH Me Mesday UMieoan ty seers day SvbjMt IMM of National lctaM MMteliMl aM ledlvWual In KMMM to all races Wayne b rg UlKblaa4t iClogevllle Mptelally tavlt ad WlilkS werrylag about tbe eountry going rapvbllcao we should remember that we baveMMMiblng to bs thankful for Stanford went derooaraUe by one vote and anybody will admit that It U a gracd prlvHoee to live In a demo oraileolty 1 WE have moved our took of mull nary to an upstairs room In the Btmore building Have a beautiful line of trimmed hats we are displaying at re duced prices Our customers are cor dially nailed to make ui a call Misses Van DevoeIitTllRChrUtman property on the Knob Lick pike near town will be old at publlo auction by Col J P Chandler at 11 M Monday next court day Tbe Grayon farm of 131 acres ntsar Wal nut Flat will be told Immediately af terward Both sales will take place bolero the CourtUouso HOLTOCLAW Mr Ben Holuolaw who was a daughter of Mr William Long died at bar homo near Gilberts Creek Wednesday of heart trouble aged about 30 She was burled at Ooh en yesterday Besides the husband three little children aro left to feel keenly the want of a mothers tender care and love- BENEFIT OF LIHRAIIY Tho pupils of tbe Btanford Graded School will give an entertainment In tbo Auditorium of the school on Friday evening Nov 18I at 730 for the benefit of the library fund A jolly program consisting of song Instrumental music pantomlnee recitations etc bu been arranged Prices of admission reserved scat 25 Dente general admission 16 cqnti pu pile of the school and children under 10 years 10 cent- alllCUIT W COUKT resumed bulneiyoa torday morning and the case of Jai h Kennedy for kiting Will Holmes was taken up Most of the day was spent In getting the following Jury W G MoBee J F GoverJohn Undorwood W T Smith A O Alford J S Campbell F W DavU RH Cooper Kvan Lyon W H Vanhook Daly derendIlev Mr George B Saulley and Ron F F Dobbin wblle for the prosecution are the following lawyers Masers Robert Bardlng J M Rothwell R C- II Warren Charles A Hordln and Dar vey Helm Male and Female Hits over and it seems a pity wo should have to un dorgo such a strain every four years The framers of our constitution didnt foresee the turmoil and excitement inci dent to elections nor the resultant disturbance of business else they would have made the presidential term longer But the crises lots passed Do wo not realize irrespective of party that the country is safe although in dim ront hands from those some would personally select Now let us puss to a subject of equal interest and one in which the fair sex has both voice and vote FUR a qolck heater economy In fuel buy Coles ntrtlcht beater from W H Qlggine f NOT a ile arret was made slat HOB day Who says Stanford Ii oat a good moral tows V A LAMa crowd la present at the Cook ft Kerr sale today Buyers from many oooaUea are In eUendaaee 1 IIAVS Jest openednew etoflk of groceries candles fruits eta which I desire to yourattentlon to Fruits and candles received dally Give mea oall W H Brady next door to M D Elmora COt T t11u tsto reeelptot a glass ease four fast long presented to him b Thomas mil Buobanan who Is la- claw a factory at Anderson Ind Ii I M exhibition In W B MoRobtrt snow wladow stawhoourWB fall extra ot Wednesday marniog tbaf Mr W A Trlbbler was eleeted oily Judge of Slan ford Oe had DO opposition and tbojtl4 have had Hoe OQtoers of the kind be II making should be kept In eervlt H bag as JIOH6b1 elPARTN8HSHIP DlSSOLVMD Dr CarptBt r cad Peyton have dissolve parteonhlp la the Joseph Price In Mkrr and that Institution U tempers rily titHed la tbe near lasers Dr Carpenter will opee aaew loflmary la a larger art newer b lldleg one more attraotlve ecanedloM cad up to data Dr Carpenter wilt remain In Slaaford arid eontloHC to praatloe In Llooolaand other ewotlei we are glad to say AS stated In oar extra Issned at 010 Weslaatday raorolsig Lloeoln ooaaty went deraoeraUc R8 The bet demo eraUe gales were made In the KInKs vllle precinct which went democratic K the Maakvllle pveclaot which wee repablloas only M nod Illghlawl wboM republican majority was reduced to S5 CompalRK CbBlrcnaa Wm S Burob and hU aNloiantu are to be ooa gratulaMd on their good work IB oar rylog the county without money MR ISAAC SIIKLMY SK announces this Issue for magistrate cube Huston Tllle dlttrlot subject of course to tbe action of the democratic primary of nee 3rd Mr Shelby U one of She county most solid citizens and be has ooo tented to make the raoe at tbe solicits tlon of many otbtfrlend and neigh bor That be would make a capital magistrate no one will deny He say In the event of his nomination and olec tion he will have an otllce at Mordant and will keep in close touch with tbe people of Hustonvllje McKloaoy and Turnorsellle by making frequent visits to those towns AN EVENING OP PIANO AND VOOAI MUSIC On Wednesday evening at Walton l Opera Rouse the people o r Stanford had the rare pleasure of hear lag two well koown and most aocom pushed musicians Mr Frederick J Hoffmann Pianist of the College of Music of Cincinnati Bud Mr Carl M Gantvoort Teacher of Voice In thi same Institution At every classics concert we Und three classes of listen era In tho Ural the true musician the Intelligent hearer who listens wltl both head and heart who sees boyoni the more rhythmic melody and harms ny or tune1 Into the musical conoop Lion of tbe composer or what Rlemaui call tbo logic of music II The meow comprises tho musically Inclined thou wbo perhaps play Beotboven or slni Scbuman but do not enjoy Bach Iboy may enjoy Beethoven Sonat Patbellque when they do not know tb moaning of sonata nor In the least In terpret the thoughts or feelings of thE composer Classical music must bl grasped by the brain bofdhre It CAD lH appreciated by the heart In tbe thin class are those who know nothlngot tbl divine art and only profess an Interact In It In compliance with the de wands ot eocletyladiae and genllimei whO adore rouslo but who really on y share the excitement ofa musloa performance In proportion to the tun that pleases their aeetbetto fancy Bio of tbeee classes found much to enjoy ti listening to Meeara Hotlmaan set OlnLY ort We only hope these gun tlemen mar sooa again come thU way Mlsa Aille Huffman was honored bl being seleot d to turn tbe music fu Mr Hoffmann whfob proves tbe son tUteooQ Miss Ballou has In tile capabil- Ity ot her advanced pupils BAKER WALLS i It a tpedldts far cMMibto of the Stwrtort DIMrlct afeKt lo Mw actkw of aw Jtmocntk pAy II 50s ISAAC SHELBY SR k icMdliil tar Ma In Uw HuiSsu iII dlMfkl aletb the action of the democritfc ptaii ry DC till If oaL1J inj tlxtW will hays p otic M Mmvlmd Button and mak purled tatt vWtt rTuracnvint McKlnny anJ HustwivM K as to h to ckitt lOGe with the peo- ptNOTICE AH MrtlM owl R the estate of J 0 Her ton matt settle at tee All te whou the estate U Indebted seed lUalied statdDieutto uoderlgn d II C HOHTOK Agu 1II1ebarr Kj For Sale or Rent Mv farm tt 12flt ae2alld onehalt miles south of IliMtonvHIo Nice Troora Goose garden orchard cmttNilldlogs eoiM awes In ado In RiWilli1MHnslaavlll ICy I HOME FOR SALE I It Ml sold prlvmttly before I will sell at public HDCUOB on MondHV Nov U ewntv court my hoiw la Graded Sebool dta trial bat oat of city hunts The buie fe a three roooi eoUag apd there are even artw at land Good water and oesheow- aad vouBg orchard I JOHN OHK1STMAN atutord Ky UMBRELLAS Uecerered nod repaired cod made dma at good as sew fM a Ha H amount I can Ib your umbrella baser than tbe tram rowres aed for I M money Give me a trial PKAmc AVKIK Stanford A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Slock beads grate and cot too Private wire lo laetBBUNew York and Chicago Free telepboee iorrloe to eMtasMM Oak M i4 Secant In Parrta tJdIItl All trade goraelesd FARM FOR SALE I detlre to Mil mv farm of S6 acre on tbe Daorllle k HuclODrllle plka The firm Is la a high Itat of culUvaUon well Improved watered with threw never faUtog fprlDgi are l In fact you have Wee the pIMa to undentaod eke man v coo veniences I want Well In next M days t aUo want to tell my took consl tlnR of M lennett aged 1 and 2 year old 2 jack S Jack colt Boron mari and mule 1 race Mare and colt 1 standard bred mare by O4iabelta Wllke 2 bone mule well broke that have a IHUe defect but are good work uni will spll tbem for 3100 It sold at onco Kill toll farm and stock together or epa noel7 Any one wanting a farm and outfit will do well to cell at onco and lecuro one or the nicest and hat located farm In the eotiuty I alto have 60 buibela of tOad iced rye fur sale B II KINO Moreland Ky Just What You Want The marvellous musical entertainer I am agent for tbe sale of The Vlcwr and Columbia Orand Disc and Records Jtc the finest tnlUlu and singled machine made Plays tbe beautiful perfecto record band records orchestra male lulirteUe record song records bant- morn violin records these record are given In a true natural tone I will sell you a machine for cash with discount or on inatalltaonUi on easy monthly payments I will save you money In this the greatest muscat Instrument ever Invented Call on or addrens THOMAS O HALL Agt Stanford Lincoln qo Ky Lock Box 205 IHPUBLIC SALE 1 will sell at publlO auction on SATURDAY NOV 1Z loot At my farm nor Hustorvllle bcglnuln at 10 A u prompt the following describe property ODe pair oxtrll good maro mules l0S high wolllh 5090 1aund a good yearling mule 10 good yearling cattle 7 milk cows T extra line rolled Angns oulvei 26 good ewe 3 brood mare S colts one good one br Dignity Dare 40 fat shoati I Itlce sows and 83 pig a twoliore wagon and harness two buggies and harness now Ueerlng mower one hay rake wood frame I timothyIhold ann kitchen fuallure Terra made I saleI AgentIlustenvllle 1PUBLIC SALE I TUUI13DAY DBOBMIIKIU lOll Ii FIne Woodford county farm known III the S 0 Morris place ITS acre I situated a mllw fromVoreallles IX mile from MorUinsvllle on the McOotrana Derr- pikeS coutenlent to school end churches j dwelling hoiiM with air roams new tobaee Darn cuSblo and al other necMxarv out bulUllu i also took ann farming It pie I menta ac follOne Two 4yearola iuole yearling hetfere X steer I IIi peep 4 sows with pig 1 binder 1 Jutrug harrow 1 drill M now a 1 gleaner I 2hom Monarch rake I baodtumi set 01 furniture end other articles Term madE r kouwn on day of ale Parties Willing U see the place or obtain any luformatloi apply to UUUItV MOUUIS LuxlogtonICyi You Can Vote asses tie As early and often as you wish at our store Hundreds of ladies have cast their vote in favor of the merchandise we sell and declare the styles are very desirable and prices reasonable Begin voting now at our store and keep vot ing until you have secured your fall and winter needs r TailorMade Skirts I i Terms We have this identical skirt on iJMle this week nt tho low price of 8225 in Greys antI Blacks This is only one of tho mane stylos we nro showing in skirts ranging in from S22C to SR Rememhei our stuck of furs are tltobeat to bo found in Stanford Warc showing hig values in Korean Sable Citrnum Martin Black Martin Coney Ac Come to us wo will ewe you goal iuoney on this line Then too you haw the sUfefUetion of know t h ing you tiny from a Lows that handlcx no seconds shoddies or job Iota jj r- l t John P Jones II The Flat Iron i Is the newest thing in Hats We have them in allcolors and prices just in iWAlsoin LightW and Blacks 350 and 45O Cash- prices HJ MRoberts THE BARGA1NSTOR I I Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable GoodstFrom tho Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Petubrook t Co of New YorkfThis is ah opportunity which seldom occurs11re advise all who can to tome oSlJtdyns osiible to atteml this the grcatoet sale we have ovor oifare I II Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suite worth 8 to MU 820 are on sale At 8460 to 750 Ladioe uptpnlalo Jackets 85 to SlOe now on tale at 8254 to SJ Ladies I find Mines Skirts worth 150 up to 5 lire now on sale at 08c to 82 I4X Ladies oorsetn from 10c up Latest styles of petticoats from 50c up Ladies drew and coarse Shoes at- Ilse and up Dons and Childrens Furnish 1 ings Great line of Shoos for children J from 15c up Mens Dresa and workiing Shoes hunt uSe up Men Cloth ing from S3 a suit lip fens nicotun81Sundaynice threepiece twits IMUI 75o up Boys Overcoats from 7i up Buys nice Cap fromsic upI hil dreus clod Lajit Stuck lug+ Irnm y4Q1Rup Piop1j f 1 11 Y i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL nUri n the poHofflce at Stanford ai ulandclatt matter trLtahnTwaeayauaFxiaaAr 5 PER YEAR CASH I 03 Hhen ot iapald aOO will beehtned 0pIKNOXVILLE DIVISION I I S2CTnJnCOlllcNortb10Cpm rio 23II i BD CARTER IISUCte5S0rto Bruce A Carter It Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY to Commercial Men HonesIStock Pens In Connectiont J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kvt at Reasonable Rates ouoatasDService Street Also Dealers In Ooat JTIitlWau Saloon COOD RICE Prors llnet wines whisky and been Special wbetewle dealers Lexington famous Blue crass Beer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Soutnwood riser Phone 84 Stan i ford Ky lye Bail Traylor DCAHtd IH Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc tCrpnteI Ctose to DepotSTANFORD KY I butttecbeetadrlkctoEetattenuon J Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furni turo nave a special line of Rugs toe tbe Rail days Wlater Robe Bidding Paper Sash md Doors abu cut any sine Mrs O B Front has a nice Use 0 Fall aad Winter I Millinery PRUITT BROS Moretani Kr 1COStanford Kentucky All persons wlehing to buy or lieU farms will do well to see as We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we hare It desire to sell lace r It In our hands Office at Boone e Livery ii Stable Stanford Ky III R B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share ot the patronage t of the property owners in the aunties of iJncoln and seeking in suraneagaiost tirlr Lightning and Tornado None but 11strongest and best OldLine Companies and the low rot possible rates are guaranteed Phone tIi- Stanford Kentucky H LIVERTROUBLES I Hind Thedfordi BllekDraDrht agad medicine for liver disease pentSiOOwithdnctora Icin I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act reg nlarly g to your druggist and secure a package of Thedfords Black and take a dose This great family constipatedbowttl and causes a healthy secretion of bile Dl3ughtwillparities and strengthen the kid A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick nt i and contagion Weak kid neys in Drights disease which claims as many victim as consumption A 26cent BlackDroughtthe buuse mckDragbteuelItWILLIAl1hlebead 111 THEBFORDS BLACK F DRAUGflT t R C WARREN ti a undUtts for Jalct of the Lincoln County Oeart subjectto the adieu of the democratic party JASt P BAILEY Is a candidate for rcttocHoa at Jll4Je nf lilt Lincoln OMitity Oowt sublet b tile M tilt Ueas fa ec party THOMAS D NEWALND SR subletNGEORGE W DeBORD li a canaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county lubjec I H till action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR subjecttoI JESSE C LYNN li acandlJits for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Bit action of tile democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjectIDINK FARMER li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject ta tin action of the Democratic party W I HERRIN it a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the limocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT li a candidate for Superintendent JhibHc Schools if Lincoln County sbjeet to tile action of the demo watlc party MISS KATE BOGLE li a candidate tar SuferinteodeM of PatHf Sems9fLlncwnOu rjr sebjtl M UM acMHi ettll tratlc party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a call4lilate for reatectkwfor sert a1Mrc Scllaols of LItIaraly tleaoIC Won of the oIlcparty JAMES D ANDERSON la a candidate for Assessor of Dacota county sob ect to the action of Ike democratic puny GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate fr Assessor or Lbrcln comity Iwb ject to the action of tile democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candUate for Assessor of Lincoln amtty sub ject to the action of tk e Dtraoentk party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate tor Assessor of Uacsln county 1IIb ject to the stash of IM deo CfMc party W A CARSON RbJecltI E D KENNE Y srtfectIDt JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR IlubjeclloR L HUBBLE Of Lincoln coMty Is a ant Iiate for the olfor State Senator In this district subject to tie of me democratic party A W CARPENTER Is a cudWatc for OtrreH ntft t to UM Kttoa of the raItMoMIo party W S BURCH Is a candUal for Couirty AttttSey of Ltaofel etIIt ty s bect to the adtoa of the Dunerase arty W L MCARTY lsaeaiKlldat for SA reef Lisle county wf ct to The action of dewcnae fatty JAMES T ROBERTS- Of the East End to a CMdMite fir ucMnte subject to tile action of the dotoooarJc primary Dec iI 04 CHARLES REDD Ita candidate far Juttfce of tile rasa ta MM Oak Orchard JNtacl trtal dtotrkt subject to the jxiu f- lite Deawaaac Primary Dec j 1904 JAMES DUDDERAR Is a candUate for Mftotnt of the Slwtocd DIe trtctullject to the action ot the dcoocratic prhmary Dec j 1904 JOLe Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers Awe aaALaaata ETnrnltureaiattlngsRtiga They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right 4TANFORD KENTUCKY McGbMYU1i EMBALMERAnd HARNESS SADDLESYItI Stanford Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Forty yearling mules were sold at Georgetown at tlW An old cavalryman says that a hors will never step on a man Intentionally J H Smith of Adair county grew a pumpkin on hit farm that weighs sq poundsE Desaiey sold for J Q Orleh to Matt Condo a touryearold celdtnt for 8140 D D Smith aged 02 and Mrs Sarah Lucas 00 were married at Mr Q M Smiths yesterday- At Germantown S D Rledon bough Col J F Waltons new tobacco crop pt about 20000 pounds at 10 cents Thirty yearling cattle for sale Will weigh 800 pounds and are extra good M M Sandldge Mtlledgevllle Ky Lutes S Co bought ot H H Wade t 15 000 pound cattle at 3o and of differ eDt parties some lighter cattle at Hc S L Anderson of Preachersvllle sold 200 barrels of corn to Cover Willis of Crab Orchard at 12 25 dells eyed Booker Wilkinson of Liberty be done well with his raco mare down South He got 13 first moneys out o 16 etarte Three stray pigs cama to my place about three weeks ago Owner can Rot same by paying for this notice and their keep J B SartinaCoffey Bros Young bought 6 mule bllilGreoDW B Croley of Whltliy bought IB this section 102300 pound hogs at 4 tc 4to lIe bought of W R De bam a carload of bay at Glave Uoddard IllIcorn put In the ole sold to Simon Well 13 tip top red steers at 9306 Barrodsburg Herald A red yearling steer weighing from 600 to COO pounds came to my place las- Spring Owner can get him by paying for his keep and tile notice Wflllan F Walls Jumbo Kf St MRS CARLTONS WONDERFUL STORY Maine Womans Thrilling Ex perience Duplicated in Stan ford Stantonanear towns teroet the wonderful experience ot Mrs A L Carlton one of the best known women in Rocklsnd Me Mrs Carlton says I suffered with stomach trouble for eight years growing worse all tho time Threi of the heat doctors in Maine dlagn my ease as cancer of the stomach and cared I could not live two months Utterly discouraged with their treatment 1 1Cbegan using Miona and commenced t gain at once At this time Iwas relies to almost skin and bones as I bad lost nearly 100 pounds during my skknoas hot when I began to take Mi o ua my flesh was built up and I gained 5a Ibs the first month I have taken only six packages of these nonderlul tablets but my health is about restored and I brml believe that Miona saved ray life Penny is local agent for Mlonawhlch sells for b0c a box and aliens it under a personal guarantee that if it does notoure tho worst form of stomach trouble and resulting disorders the money will bo re funded Resolutions on C E Conven tion Held at Moreiand We the committee on resolutions beg to submit the following report 1 Be It resolved that we most heartily express our sincere appreciation and gratitude for the generosity and hospitality shown us by the good people of Moreiand and Its vlolnlty for their appropriate decorations for their careful provision for our comfort and welfare and for the Interest tbey have manifested In the sittings of the con vention 2 Be It resolved that we Christian Eadeavorers united In our cause do sit in our power with the help of God to suppress tbo liquor tram and by earn eat eltorts seek to raise the standard of Christian citizenship 3 Be it resolved that we as Individ ual societies feeling an increased cn thusiasm In the cause determine on our return home to exert ourselves In the enlargement of every department of our work 4 Be It resolved that a copy of these resolutions bu sent to one paper In each of the counties of this district In or der that the community at large might know of the success of the Christian Endeavor convention of the Eighth District Union ot Kentucky held at Moreland Nov 4 5 G S WATSON MRS MCDONALD MRS GAINES Committee Chronic DiarrhoeaCured Mr Walter Richardson of Troutvlllo Va bad nn attack of diarrhoea that came near ending his life His physician had railed to relieve him and the disease had become chronic when he began using Chamberlains CoIIcn Cholera and Diary rhoea Remedy It soon cured him and hI now recommends that preparation whenever an opportunity offers For silo by all druggists 1 The Standard0ompanyevnoced1 the price of crude oil four cents Nice Home For Sale I laving dcetded to return to Somerset t offer for sale privately toy betas on reset Main Street In dtHoford Tlio resilience U a nixroom cottage brand new path room end all eonvenlenecH The let oottMIrM about IK sores of land and the name U a most delightful ono For further arUM lara call on or write me at Somerset leek or Wm Heck at Stanf- ordOFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary Election for the 18th Senatorial District Saturday Dec 3 At n mooting of Uie Dumocrntlc Ex ocutlvo Committee of oho 18th Senato riot district of Kentucky held nt Dan vile Ky on Monday September 10 1004 nrosvnt of Lin coin W M Qooch of Garrard It O Evans of Doyle and C P Montgomery of Casey On motion C P Montgomery elected secretary of meet ing Tlio following resolutions were then committeesBo it rosolvetl by the Democratic 18thr1 That a primary election be held on Saturday Nl 1004 In all UM voting precincts In Uw 18th Sunu torlnl Dbtrtote of Kentucky at the regular voting plate between the hours of 8 oclock A u and 4 oclock p M for UM parpoe of selecting e democratic candidate for State Sena tor from said district IB the General Assembly of KtBtuoky 2 All cfemorraU who are era idegta- of staid district and who are legal town or who will be legal voter at November election 1V05 are permitted to vow la their ivepwtlve precincts and are invited and requeMra to do 80 3 Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the bellow to bq used in primary must de posit with the Chairman of thin oom fortholding said primary the sum of 1000 to be used In defraying the expense of holding said primary elootlaOO at the same tlmo making S8141 tie posit seen candidate must give writ tan notice to said Chairman that lie desires to bo a candidate at said eke Lion and notice to the Chairman shall be notice to the Committee 4 Ia all counties having cities In which the law enacted by the last General Assembly of Kentucky re- ulres the registration of voters the committerdcause the names of democrats regis tered at the last general registration to be copied into separate nooks aa well as such democrats who become of legal age and qunlUMl voters at the November election lfc 5 as Is required by law foroholding regular prknarv iIectias and a npUorm ballot be used In every precinct aDd the chairman of autnorlcdovariousei1chairmen of the county committees the ballots lor each county He U further directed to purchase and distribute to the chairmen of the county committees all the necessary paraphernalia for holding said primary election 8 The democratic county commit theyrs election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the candidates and to be an nearly equally divided as possible The Wallets of said primary election will when the polls art Hos ed proceed at once to count time vot s cast for each pernou for said oaks and after counting till votes they will return Ute balloUi to the boxes sealing up the boxes rind the sheriffs of the election precincts will within the next two days caray and deposit the boxes with the chairman county oomwlUw at live fourthoiue in Uw respective counties The offi refs of election at each preHmt will make a written statement of tin nuns her of votes cast for each person voted for for the said olte and will pies said statement In an envelope in the resj wtlve ballot boxes 7 The precinct ballot IIOXPH and nil returns are to be made to tillhrhrir man of the county committee and if he is not in the county to the secnia ry of the county committee at the courthou In the time required by law towit Within two days after said election 8 And on the next day alter said returns hove been made the county committee shall meet and canvass tore returns nod certify the sans to thr chairman of the district committee which district committee shall on Saturday Dee 10th 1H04 al I1 oclock A M in the city of Stanford Lincoln county Kentucky nie a nut canvass the returns declare the result and Issue a certll ate of nominal inn to the successful candidate U The chairman of thin committee Is directed to give public notice of this election us is required by law and without delay 10 In the event there is a surplus remaining alter defraying the expenses of said primary it shall IH turned over to the various county committees composing the district to l e used for legitimate purjmees In tIromotinjf dt tnocrarvs cause and If there should be n deflclt then the candidates shall be assessed to supply sold deficit Pto vided however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the conditions herein impoaucl by Nov 18ih 1004 then time chairman of the district committee Is directed to reconvene the committee as soon thereafter us practicable al Stanford Kentucky and to suclj candi date the regular nominee of tho demo jrntlc party for said olllce and to is sue to him a certlUcate of nomination and the primary election heroin olden d will not be 11 The order on tho ballot In which the names of thoaulidlilatos who mn enter this imiulry shall bo ho printed shall be determined by lot TAB F IIouiAM Chairman ICIIAS F MoNTUtyjKiiv Seoy First National Bank or Stanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution Will originally established ai the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1158 then reorganised at the National Hank of DOS and again reorranlted ai the Pint National nark ot BUnford in 1882 having had practloaUyan uninter rupted existence 43 It U better supplied now with facilities for transact everbeforeAccounts of IndIviduals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited STOCK SOOOO J B Paxton J n Owilor B It Shank W O Walker Dec W Darter j II Poster L 0 Oooeh Wit Oummins- ty if 11 1ght It L pabWe- w II Ebauke TheBocce Partners Bank de Trust Company and under same SOLICIT ACCOUNT Hoping each balnsn relations will prove mntaally bencflcl l I Officers J B HOOKER Pre st 8 T HAIIRIII V Ire J J MOROHBUTS Obr W H Chic Directors S 7 Fneia Danville S T Harris Stanford J B Hooker Stanford K L Tanner U Il El more B U T P 11111 Jut Iloblnion MOIUnnt1IJ II J M 1ettui Ed Carter j LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY NATIONAL BANKt 1r Directors sore continuouslyfor YOUR BANK WEAltNRt OfflclrsB 8 n 8l1ANK8j J B JOalhllf w M BRIO liT Asit Cashiers e A Ohm Worth 650 for 5 Can You Beat It j Dr W N Craig Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky IMPORT SHIPMENTIJ l Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment ofICups Saucers and Plates ever brought TO town Buying directIfrom the Pottery enablesus to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short time I Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers GGEORGE H FARRIS A COt t Stanford Kentucky I BUY ItIWindow Glass and J Putty at- aaafar I I I PENNYS DRUG STORE Ky The last resting place of your departed rones by tho erection of a suitable 1 I Monument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the best material I S and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky 1Lettering done by pneumatic toolo None better None cheaper i IWM ADAMS a SON Lexington K- ySHOSTti tWe are now showing a group line of FAtr and WINTER SHOES fur all sizes of foot Call in mid lot iti show you our lino before making your FALL PUKCHASKS W E Perkins Stanford Crab jKy