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Y JOURNALIVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1519043 P M NO 78 t CHURCH MATTERS Rev R B Mahony will preach at Goshen at 11 oclock Sunday next The Hkptliti will bold their prayer meeting tomorrow evening with Mr i and Mr W n Wcaron The meeting at Mt Zion Clerk noun ty conducted by Rev Brooke and Mi t Klsslck resulted la 47 addlilook to that church Union Thanksgiving services will bo t hold at the Presbylerian church Thun day morning Bath at 1030 Rov P J Ross will preach Dr Frederick Hlnelt will preach tho union Thanksgiving sermon In the Flrn Preibjtenan church at Danvlll at 11 A N on tbo 24th Bid C E Powells meeting at Dod bead was brought to a sudden elon Sunday night by hU tunes There wore three eonfesslons Rev Peywn D Uog s for lye years pattor of Warren Memorial Presbyle rial church IB Louisville read bit litter of resignation to bit coogregAlioi Sunday J W Shepherd ef Nashville will iMCli a serial of mHIt at the met tag platy of till Cbvrah ftf Christ ob Laaoanwr sinmt Sunday Nov 10 ser t vleca CSCB evenlo during the wk at 7 oclock Everybody cordially IB rlMdTM OhrUUaa aboroh of thh plies relied la 1901 to Nov 16 for rattstoei nod nevoleooles 5t6 for repairs 01 t otiurob property IWfl minister aala ry and mlMellaqeous expenditures II 032 raaklat a total of 8217 This le the best showing the church has ever made Tbe Missionary Institute ol Daovlll Dlitrlot M K Ctureh South will eon vane At Stanford Nov 28 23 lervtMi 1morning afternoon and night There will be present about to minister The exereket will consist of addretses fruu those and sermons at 11 A K cad 7 H K The first sermon will be at 7 eelli Moedar eight The publle Is Uvtted I to be prei oi at all tbe tervlee- Tbe Christian ebureh was crowded Sunday AIOrDlalt aDd evening to hear Rev J W HsglosUstsermens Wbec t he slake of the klodnesws cud coorte p eloa he had received at tbe head of UN membtrsof his congreisaUoQ nod bU I regret at leaving the church be has ierved 10 well and faltbftillv for tours years bare were raaey dlmleltI Rsv n rta has proves an exceedingly pop I ajar pastor a ad be leaves the church here IB a most healthy and happy lOa dtUoe The good feoltag of tbe con gratlosj for hips was shown Saturday afternoon when tbeladlMofibeehurob gave a reoeptloa In his honor blob tailed from t until 4 ooloek fully 200 i members and friends gathered at this reception awl In bidding tbelr beloved f pastor farewell bade him end his ex eellent wife Ood speed Mr Hugh will begin bit pastorate of the Fourth Street Christian oburob at Covlncioi Sueday morning next but Mrs Hagli will not BO to that city to reside until K about Jan lab CkmbelalnaSIOnaCh and Liver Tab Isle ate becoming a favorite for stomach trouble aDd consMpatlen POI tale by i all tJrIIglet For Sale Privately anteofMy hotM aid sItuated iMt ooHMe cf town limits on Ute Bonem pike ItwMe has t rooraa kitchen and ser ranli roots pod cellar stable and all ece ootballdlDgs Water hydrant In the yard sad oee for stock J V HAILBY E D Peyton DKALKIl IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE i FOR SALE 1 I dMlre to tell privately try hotel proper llrvrv stable In klDYllle Build 1Ingcan IN steed ai hotel or private rotldeneo cad le well arranged for two families Sta ble bas SO stalls und Is In good repair ran ty water at barn and hotel It house It not old Jan 1 will rent It and can Rive pos loaefonetM House and barn newly tel la In eroded BcliOol district Mar further call on or address U OAIUENTKU HuitoiiTllle Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR having been In tho Tailoring business all my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of the beat tailoring firms a 1 In the country Wllh my oxpedonco in taking measures and dlreclane J give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as niy many patrons in this line will bear me out prices aro the same as inex perienced men who arc in the business I also a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate prjco Thank rag you for past favou I am yours II C RUILEY tho Tailor a LAND STOCK CROPS ETC L C King sold to Ole Bright a pair of horse mutes for ISU Josiah Anderson bought of 3 G An derton a yoke of oxen for 176 Rev J W llagin sold to Silas An dcrson a heroes gelding for 800 J El Daugbman ft Co sold to Glbbs of Garrard a bunch of lender at ata n C Bauirbrnin old toCotTorUro of Adele athree year old gelding for 1175 J IL Floyd Turnersvllle has 10 800 tb 000 pound cattle for sate They are good ones The John J Moore farm of 160 acre In Boyle was bought by Mr Rankin of Wayne at 175 I S Tttvls sold to Pipes Bros 20 two Vbtryold mules 8t112O and 100 tons or mixed hay at Ufo W 0 Terbune of Oarrodsburg has bought 200 mule colt In Anderson county at an average of 140 J II Dunn sold to Use Bright a pair of mars mules for 1300 and to Dr Bur nett a harness hors for 81CO Thirty yearling mul for sale Will weigh SOOpouMii and are extra goad M M Satdtdt VHIledtrvlIlt Ky J M Spoooawore sold his farm of 100 acres to K Diinaaiaa of Wayne aa60 aDd will gUe pOH tlaD March StTwoaway sbMU weight about SC pounds are at my pies Owner eon get them by paying for this native and their keep Will Uordlar Rowland Lou Dillon trotted a mile at Mem plus without a pacemaker In front In 201 breaking the world unpaced rca ord Tbe maro was accompanied by a runnerA yearling steer weighing from 600 to 800 pounds same to my place last Spring Owner oan get him by paying for his keep and this notice William P Wall Jumbo Ky 31 Strayed from Stanford Saturday eve ning Nov IS a black horse about IB heeds high dish faced brown mane and tall one hind hoof racked In front a natural pacer Return to U aar B Fallls Stanford and receive reward COURT DAYTbere were about 100 OAtila oa the market yesterday end all were toM Prles ranged tram 2i to So The mule market was good many changing hands at 2100 to 1150 flora ee were quiet only plugs being alTered The Moran farm at Silver Creek was routed to tbe following parties Too flat tray ef tbT corea to Itobt Duerson for IC175 tile second of 10 acre to Wm Arbuokl for llSft the third ol 273 acres to Tbos Grady at 16 per acre aad the lat tract of 46 acres at 181 Rlebmoad Register A laruerowd attended the Cook JtI Kerr sale at the Jesse P Cook farm Prtdav and sallsfaotorr prices ruled throughout SO bogs running In weight from 100 to 300 pounds sold at an aver age of Ill 00 Western horses brought 110 to MO six mules went altO to 15J6 saddle ochre 6100 to 1360 three jauks averaged 1100 Shorthorn cattle sold low horses IN to 1140 Splendid bur- goo and coffee wore served to the rod MAGISTRATES Cannot Serve as Road Supervi sors in Counties Decides tho Court of Appeals One Lawful Supervisor la reversing judgment of the Boyd Circuit court in a case of Boyd county against Jaok Arthur and others wag Ittr tel of the county the Cojrt of Ap peals construed the law authorizing the appointing of supervisors of Vonds la counties and the expenditure of public money for that purpose It holds that members of tbe QMS court cannot servo as road supervisors and oannol vote money to themselves for kuoh work thalll has no authority toappolns more than one supervisor foribe county that It has no authority to allow Its member any other compensation than Ibat fixed by law and that where the coun ty attorney refuses for any reason to proaecuto an appeal to the circuit court or the Court ot Appeals the county judge of the county Is authorised to prosecute U Tbe opinion of the oourt was delivered by Judge Qobson The question was presented to tbo court through the making of an order by tbe fiscal court of Boyd county approprlat lag to tour magistrates the sum of 81 400 to be spent according to the dl eollons of each magistrate and o another order allowing ihoso magic ratca the sum of 93 per day each for supervising and directing tbo worn in their rospnctlvo districts In coo ducting and maintaining county roads The county judge opposed the appro rlallon of the money and Inallluicd suit to restrain tbe court from using the money Tho court hero says that so much of the order appropriating 81 400 is unobjectionable but In so far as the orders direct that the money shall be according to tbe directions of each magistrate they are void Courlcr Journal t NEWS NOTES All grades of refined sugar were ad vanced lOo a 100 pounds Saturday Yale defeated Prlnoeion In their 30tt annual football contest by the score of 12 to 0- William Tlnbley huckster wee found dead In his wagon eight miles from LouisvilleFire a big building In DOl- t e used for artists studios entailing alone of 1200000 Losses of 250000 and tho serious injury of several persons were caused at Knoxvllle by an explosion Three persons were killed and sever al Injured bv the explosion of a thresh log engine boiler near Hlkbart led Albert Hanson a Minnesota farmer living near Cohssieii shot and killed bis son whom be mistook for a deer A strong flow of natural gas was struck near Paris and a Negro striking a match was almost burned to death One person was killed and 10 were Injured lebe derailment of a Missouri Kansas and Texas passenger trait at South Mound Rae As the result of raising a row In a gypsy camp In Pulaskt ooaalv two men were shot aDd seriously wounded by the inmates of the camp Franosi dues not consider ihotiao op parities to exert her Influence singly or Jointly toward mediation la the RnmoJapaneia war In a collision baiwecn a freight train and a passenger train on the Union Pa olflo road In Wyoming 11 persons were killed and five Injured Joseph Marsden a Wisconsin farmer celebrated his success as an election bettor by treating the whole town of Sussex to an oyster supper Toe International Association of Ma ublnlsls and the allied metal trades have completed plans to amalgamate with a membership of 100000 Tbe Federal Stock and Grain Co with headquarters In Boston has sus peoded Tbe concern Is said to have lost Il000d00 lo the last six months Col Bennett B Young was reelected commander Kentucky division U CV by aaolamaiton at the annual reunion of the veterans held at Pewee Valley U Is estimated that nearly 8000 visi tore to the Kentucky building at the Worlds Pair have played ob the piano tbe familiar tune My Old Kentucky Ilonit The new Preach hospital In New York was dedicated Saturday Tbe French government was the largesi subscriber toward the erection of the hospitalA paper says Rastern finan cier and Standard Oil Interests are behind a schema to form a greaieomblna llon of all the leading railroad tines of the country Untied States troop that have served the allotted time In tbe Philippines are to return home and they will be replaced In tbe Islands by troops from the United States A Russian war oorripp deut revives the old story that Kurokl the Japanese general was killed at the battloof Llao Yank and asserts tbat the story has been confirmed Tho annual report of the Chief of Bn glneers of the Untied States Army es ilroalea the amount required for com pleting the Ohio river Improvementsat Louisville to bo 1567600 toe John G Carlisle will represent Boron College In the case against tbe managers of that Institution charged with violation of the Day law by teach Negroes and whites In the Institution The Chicago Real Estate Owners As sociation has appealed to ihe New York Pare Exchange to exercise more care In placing risks and thereby reduce the number of Incendiary fires In Chicago U Is probable that a dinner or a re ception will be arranged In order that too President may meet the represen tatives ot State Territorial and for alga governments when he visits the Worlds Fair on Saturday Nov 20 John Barr of Lake Charles Texas piqued over tho louof an oleetlon Wager bet be could drink more whisky than any two men In town Alter 32 straight drinks he began raving and died a horrible death In a very short time Although uninvited Lieut Governor Thome made a speech at the dedlca llon ot an eddlllon to the Confederate Home and attempted to defend tbe Buohier pardon Be was hissed and many who occupied the platform left without giving him a hearing Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse Perhaps you have never thought of II but the tact must be apparent to every one that constipation is caused by a lack of water in Ihe system lied the use of drastic cathartics like tile old fashioned pills makes a bad matter worse Chem bolans Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in their effects and when the proper dose is taken their action is so natural that one can hardly realize it is the effect of medicine Try a 26 cent bottle of them Freslo by UI diugglsla HUSTONVILLE I Wanted Mlnstruis and popular price attractions for Alcornd Opera House Address W n Williams Mgr I am at loss for words to properly ex press my thanks to Miss Jennie Carpen tar for the most delicious basket of fruit that Iever received Dollle B WilliamsA 11foot wide concrete Idewalic now adorns the block lo front of the Hotel Weatberford The Hotel Newtonian will have the same In the near future Thomas Peacock of Burnslde has bought a half Interest In the store of O R Mc ormack and the new tint of Peacock J MuJurmiuk has bought out Lair Slaughter who have been run ning a meat market and lunch stand and doing a good business Tbat old proverb that all things come to those who walt Is a back new bor covered wile moss We have tried It and know whereof we speak hence we are going good and strong for everything In sight that Is for the bettor want of our oily and community We are all for the new electric line DOW being talked ofiMrs J G son els acd Mac Sutton started for your cl ty to the musicale last week when on reaching the tunnel under the railroadIiabout dark they saw a party in keUIblmloud oaths drew a revolver and began firing Mrs W and party badly scar ed turned homo A splendid pair of mules belonging to Goo D Weatberford only brought 1411 at hU sale Saturday where a floe crowd was In attendance and prices re allied were In keeping with the time Geo Miller Given sold Coffey Bros of Columbia a 2yearold elalllon colt by Marion Squirrel and out of Nellie ely by Engle Bird at a fancy price This colt Is the sculptors Ideal model as evidenced by blue ties galore that be and Jam have taken Miss Martha Thompson of Lancas ter Is visiting Miss Jessie Powell Jas Frye of Lexington came home some days before tbe election with beg lisle of figures showing a walkover for Par ker After voting he staved hero until the returns began coming In when be disappeared and his friends are anxious as to his whereabouts T L Carpenter left last week with a party of friends for Galveston Texas on a bunt log trip D J Newborn left Friday for Mississippi on business for the com pany be represents Elbert Harper one of our West End boys ot whom we feel proud and to whom the beet wishes of this entire lommunlly goes out In no uncertain terwt was married on the Oih fast at jbarpsburg to Mist Marvin Wilson and they ere epjoying a tripto the Worlds fair The bride Is a handsome and accomplished belle of her section and has many friends and admirers In tbe West End They will be at home at Saulls bury N C Dec 1 where Mr Harper It In business with his brother Ju P May they live long and prosper IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Nose R Parks his withdrawn trim the raco for assessor In Boyle The posiotlice at Jessamine Jesse mine County will bo discontinued af todayMrs Bookout who was a Miss Tilleil of Garrard Is dead at Argon tine Kansas F J MeQueen of London was rob bid of 35 and his watch by two Negro women In Louisville Jams T Sbaokelford aged about 70 one of Richmonds most prominent and Influential cltlaeoa Isdead Jackson Van Aredale an egad cltlaen of Harrodsburg dropped dud of heart trouble tn Mayor Grimes office In tbat oily The wife of Carlisle Olellacd for merly of Boyle but now of Barbour yule III dead aged 21 She wean daugh ter of Mrs Etta Latimer of Danvlllo Scaffold Cane precinct can boast of having three of tbe oldest democratic voters tn the county In the persons of Messrs James Henry James Sexton and Henry Lutes They are all three over 80 years old but never fall to go to the election and and always put their mark under the rooster Mt Vernon Signal FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way Of Using Chamber lains Cough Remedy- Mr Arthur Chapman writing front Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof tbat Chamberlains Cough Kerne dy is a cure suitable for old and young 1 lien you the following A neighbor of- mlue bad a child Jusi over two months old It had a very bad cough and the patents did not know what to give It I suggested that they get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some on the dummy teat tint the baby was suck lug It would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured tho baby This remedy- is for sale by all druggists i 0 Whenever and wherever you meet people socially or in a business way be sure your clothes are a credit to you let the story they tell be in your favor Our clothes will speak well for you come in and try some on and so judge for yourself Mr Riddel Will be with us Thursday Nov 17 and make a display of H J HEINZ COS Preserves Apple Butter Mince Meat Pickles c The ladies are especially invited to attend and examine these goods The Kenton Cracker Co will be represented also the famous Chase Snnborns Cofleo will be served Housekeep ers dont fail to attend from 0 A M to 1 p M WIHHIGGiNS p STANFORD KY raItl THE NEW STORE Is the Place to Get the Best Goods For the LEAST MONEY I e Wo wish td announce to the pooplo of Stanford anti surround lug country that our FALL cud WINTER stOCK of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and GiltS Ladled and Gouts Furnishings is now complete and we invite each and everyone to visit our Storo and examine our stock and prig which wo hope will lie of interest as well as important to yourself as to us Dont forgot The Now Store It is the place to got the Best Goods for tho Least Money Sam RobinsonNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky HOT CAKE 0 Prices on a few small Heating Stoycs that I have left Also two Cook Stoves at actual cost If any of these suit you I can save you some money Ifyou are interested Inn warm air furnace call at my shopand see the Patric Fur nace that will heat a 7 to 9 room house with the same or less full than two grates will burn S H ALDR1DCE Depot Street Stanford Ky C McCormackDealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce CeR McCormafck Hustonville Hfi INTERIOR JOURNAL I E c WALTON THE largo majority In the Bouee of Representatives li natuarally very muob agalDBt those democrats whale BeaU will be contested This combln ed with the tact that a contestant get 2000 win or lose IB proving very tempting to a number of republicans And the Indications are tbat there be more contests tiled than there bay been for several Con cresses the pres cot Congress bas been extremely char- Itable towards democratic conteateee Bowen of Pennsylvania being tbe only democrat unseated Sbalrotb of Colorado would have been unseated but dramatically resigned on the flooi of the House eaylne that his election was due to fraud and therefore be would not bold the Mat Only In oases where there have been small majorities la the j House have democrats euecoeded to winning their oases Onoe the case reaches the floor fourfifths of the re publicans can usually be counted on ic vote for the republican contestant re gardless of the facts In the case In the next Congress few democrats will retain their scats unless they Ret a very strong report from a republican major Icy of the election committees and then there will have to be made a good fight on the floor to save them It Is usually the caee however that democrats who are deprived of their eeate are made stronger and returned by Increased majorities TUB Kansas philosopher eald ae be emerged from the cyclone cellar and gazed upon the wreck Anyhow I saved the well and so we find that although otberStatesdesertcd Kentucky stood firm ANY man who can be elected govern or of Massachusetts on a democratic ticket when Teddy carried the State by 70000 must be a daisy as well as a good shoemaker POLITICAL Commissioner of Pensions Ware ten dered his resignation to the Preeleent Itls said that Cornelius Vanderbilt la to be given a position In thecoosular service presumably at Berlin The President will shortly begin an order extending the civil service reg tIt ulations to the employee of the Isthmi an Cacal Commleslon Southern democrats In Washington are almost unanimous In the belief that there will be a reduction of the Southa representation In Congress Social Democrats In New York en couraged by their vote east In the re cent election have decided to at once begin an active campaign with 1008 In ViewA Washington special to a Oblcagc paper says that Senator Fairbanks will tender his resignation to Gov Banly after the latter Is Inaugurated to take effect March 4 President Roosevelt made the an nouncement that Mr John Bay will continue as secretary of State throughout the administration beginning on- t March 4th next A factional war seems Inevitable among Kentucky republlcane over the distribution ot Federal patronage The hungry ones object to Incumbents In office being given a third term It Is reported In New York that on or about January 1 Judge Parker will 1became bead of a prominent law firm i of that city and that be will receive a guarantee of an annual Income of ISO 000 Thomas E Watson expresses the belief that the populist party polled some F thing like half a million votes In the recent election The vote caet for Eu gene V Debs the socialist candidate la said to be about 000000 Anderson county democrats nominat ed the following ticket County judge J I Felix Attorney W B Morgan Superintendent M LCbownlngSher t lIT R S Collins Jailer R T Bearce Clerk H S Wise Assessor Lewis Young Representative C M Paynter On Wednesday Roosevelt bad carried ladlsnn by 40000 on Thursday bis plurality had grown to 00000 on Friday to 75000 and today It is 03610 If It Is j set asking too much cannot 160000 and Thanksgiving day be agreed upon as the amount and date of final settle ment Louisville Times ttShelby county democrats made these i nominations Saturday County Judge E H Davis Clerk ErnestTyler Sher ItT Bryron Flood Attorney George L Plckett School Superintendent G M i Money Assessor J W MorganJaller- B C Perkins Coroner A B Wells J A Frazier had no opposition for representative Mr Plckett the nominee for county attorneyls a brother of Mrs Will Severance of this place Congressman Cowherd of Missouri while discharging his duties as chairman of the democratic Congressional committee at Washington was a vie tim of the landslide and defeated for reelection Two years ago his majority d exceeded 0000 votes Congressman Babcock of Wisconsin chairman of the republican Congressional committee came near sharing a similar fate I having but a few hundred majority as t against more than 8000 at his last olec tion Ir With an unreportod precinct In Fiona ing county and one In Harrison county James N Kehoo has a majority of 107 In the Ninth district over J B Ben nett for Congress Bennett claims his elected If these two precincts are counted Here and There The widow of Samuel J Randall II deadNearly 12 Inches ot snow fell at York Pa Sunday tilt Thomas Ewart a prominent lawyer of Marietta 0 hanged himself The mining town of Anaconda Col was practically wiped out by fire The bank of Rio III was robbed 01 2000 by eight men who dynamite the sate Henry Walton a life Senator of France and known Oil the Father of the French Constitution Is dead Douglas Neare a wellknown Insur aLoe man ot Cincinnati was killed by bill automobile going over an embank mint George T Smith a Chicago capital let died at his home after b race wltl death all the way from Carlsbad Bo herniaDaddy William Ryan one of the best known and most generally beloved Masons and Elks of Kentucky la dead In Louisville A big hotel solely for working girl and working women will be built oU the West Side in Now York by wealth philanthropists Frank S Israel commander of the ship Admiral Dewey committed cut bide on his vessel when In the vlclnil of the Bahamas A passenger supposed to be Mrs Sophie Wets of Chicago committed sul cldo on the steamer Kaiser Wllbela II with a revolver An attempt to open the cotton mllh In the Fall River Mass district clos ed for nearlr four months on accountol a strike resulted in failure The sixyearold daughter of Louie Burns a Davless county farmer war burned to death while playing round a fire in the yard of her home Emperor William will present to the United States many of the valuable objects now on exhibition In the German building at the Worlds Fair Julius Weber his wife daughter and son were murdered at Auburn Cal and their home burned to hide the crime No motive Is assigned for the crime Adolpb Weber has been arrested at Auburn Cal on the charge of murder log his parents sister and brother and setting fire to the family residence to hide bis crime ADDITIONAL LOCAL FIRE proof root paint at W N Craigs Pharmacist MBNS corduroy pants were 12 bOW II 90 Grand Leader WILLIAM ATWOOD Is dead at More land of typhoid fever Belgian Hares for sale Mrs W J Edmlstoo Crab Orcbard TilE first snow of consequence fell Sunday The day was a very bluster one This morning was the coldest of the season the mercury registering 2 at 530 D R ADAMS one of the most sub stantlal citizens of Highland and a gentleman popular with all classes announces himself a candidate for m gls rate In the Waynesburg magisterial district No better material for tbi office could bo had and both parties should agree on him and see that hli election Is made certain MR FREDERICK J HOFFMANN pi anlst and Mr Carl M Gantvoort bas so cantante of the College of Muslo fac city covered themselves with glory In a recital at Stanford Ky last Wed ne day evening Mr Hoffmann k a favorite In Stanford the recent event being a returo engagement for him There was a larger audience In attend ance than on any previous similar occa sion which speaks well for the musical possibilities of the Blue Grass city Both Mr Hoffmann and Mr Gantvoort were compelled to respond to encores and Immediately after the close of the recital arrangements were concluded for a return date Cincinnati Enquirer wS TUE Stanford eloven was defeated In the hardest fought game of the season by the Nlcbolasvllle team on the letters grounds Friday afternoon the score being 12 to 0 Although the Nloh olasvllle boys were from J5 to 20 pounds heavier to the man than our boys they put up a game that Nlobolasvllle will not soon forget Our boye are said to have played the pluckiest game of ball ever played on their Held They were very much pleased at the treat ment received there This U thy first game the Stanford boys have lost this year hod they hops to get their reps back next Monday when they will play Nlebolasyllle on the grounds here This will be the best game ever played on the local gridiron and every foot ball enthusiast should come ont and obeer the boys on to vlolory This gamewlll decide the championship In Central Kentucky Coleman brothers and John Menefee were the stars In tbo game Friday a TUB ladles of the Presbyterian church will have their Bazaar In Miss Pearl Burnstdes dining room the Ota and 10th of December Three Chinese smuggled into thte country were arrested at South Bend Ind alter being shipped into that city In trunks to evade Federal authorities- J Frank Banly governorelect of Indiana says It is his Intention to keep the State penal and benevolent inatllu tlons under nonpartisan control Noble Pool a Negro who has amass ed considerable money which he kept In his home near Fordsvlllo was found dead wjtb his skull crushed The New York Presbytery voted against the establisnmont ot aieparato presbytery for Negroes PARSER S HAIR BALSAM lluwakohnukN bIr IrqBalrr JAMEf H RAINES II a an4iia1C for Jutfetof the PMC of 1M Stuford Magisterial Piirict subject to tM Dtsracuttc Primary Dee J UK BAKER WALLS li DIicti1 sees WATT M DUDDERAR lu caaolloLale fofMjeMM ta the ItoHMvttto 4h Eric Mfcjtct to UN Dtmeaalk rrtsury M De i 0 J CROW Is a cuklUate for Justice ef tile haute of the ILLS tonvMeMatfett UlDtt ltMt ecfto MM ce M the Mssocnttc PrfsMfjr Dee s rq- oWANTED I Turkeys Ducks Clcwso and Chicken Highest cash market price II B NOUTHCOTT tUnford Ivy BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Farm of about lit acres on Usnvlllo Ave nue onehalf milt from Oraded ftljtfol known M Ooodkntght farm Good houio ot T room with best of cisterns and aU net MfAryoatbulldlnes The far taddrHlk well Gallon M f8 N M Good kljltlit at JalgsflalLyFarm On account of tithealth I desire to sell privately my farm of lit acre located In edge of HmtOQTtlle Good ImproYOoionU frutu never falling water Will sell as whole or divide Small house on lower part a n BAIINBTT- HuiloDYtlle Ky A S PRICE IDODt Stanford Ky 3Gcorr UeBotwrU Ding Store In th Owil j UilUlu un R A JONES DENTIST W Stanford Ky I Office In Myers House Parlor Phone 01 I BUGGIES AT COST FORCASH Having decided to quit tbe buggy bust ness I will soil for the next 60 dayat COlt for sash a car load of Buggies Surrey Phaetons and buckboard also a lot of Harness They are all tbo latest ityle aDd best make Part of tbo vehicles are rubber tired Oome to lee me and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OURTIS GOVEIU Orab Orchard Ky iTothelnsuringPublic Having had a loss under Policy No F 137708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend the above company to you tell you for prompt aDd liberal settlements of losses there Is non better and I dare say few as good They de not deduct onetourth from your policy a Bomb would have you believe but wllHogly sod cheerfully pay you all tbe lodemnlt that you pay thorn for Beware of Mutual or Assessment Companies For farther par ticulars In regard to Mutual or Asseumen Companies address me M Oaf K Mumir KIngsvllle Ky PUBLICSALEITUESDAY In order to dissolve partnership we will soil all our crops stock etc on Isaac F Shelby farm one mile south of Slijlbj Olty ou tho Dunvlilo and Ilustonvllle turn consisting of about 600 bolos of milletElk and straw li stacks of millet hay about MO barrels corn 400 shocks ot fodder 20 fat hogs about 60 bead of 2yearold cat tle 12 yearlings 10 fat cattle some cow und horses a combined mare 300 good ewes dun to lamb la January buckboard and other things too numerous to mention Sale commences prompt ly at 0 oclock with no reserves All sums of 80 and under cash over eta a CO days note negotiable and payable at Farmers National rank of Danville Ky tearing II percent Interest with approved security I F rillKUIY ISAAO BIIKLIIY JU T D English Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE Having decided to change my location I will on TUESDAY NOV tt lilt Sell to the highest and boat bidder If not sold privately before the following propur ty My Goose and lot In Oral Orchard fronting on Main street containing two acres of land more or le dwelling with six room and good cellar a never fading well on back porch oil necessary outballdlng and hade and fruit trees uf vnrlou kind In a good relgbbnrbood and a delightful place to live Tbls property will bo sold for onethird cash lu baud the remainder on a creditor one and two years six cent IntertMt from of pOwerboilerand In flrstclas running order The null will be sold for onehalf oasb In band the remalndor ci a credit of six and twelve mouths time bUllring six per cent Interest from day of sale A lien retained on the property until paid P 61 UONOBU Crab Orchard Ky I I I w L Douglas 3 i 550 Shoes i Arc the biggest sellers in the world because they nre tho best Shoes in the world For Quality Comfort and Style they surpass all oth ers for the price Wo have Patent Colt Yici and Volour Calf for dress wear nnd Box Calf Ennniol and Wnx Calf for ovory day wetir Every pair is guar anteed to give good wear Let us show you the Doi tits SiiOKff Cummins McGlarySTANFORD KENTUCKY I Ie Jl A Nice Home For Sale I 8 Having decided to return to Somerset I offer for tale privately my home OB BaaL Main Street IB The ea14ee Ii a Nx room cottage brand new bath ruse and all eimvenleneM The lot coaMtiu about IX acres of land and Ike bcwe Is a west delightful one For further parMm lars call on or write meat Somerset fleck or Wm Peek at Stanford A B JONES Brokor and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks bonds grain and cotton Private wires to MoeluoatlNew York and Chicago Free telephone service to customers on 3rd Street In Farrl building All trades guaranteed I Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front f room cottage The house Is new A snlen did orchard There Is a larg- smlllontheplacea good Cinthor and tbi dam Is In good and tbe natural pow er Is economy In running tbe mil Does a splendid business Everything In la good repair has all necessary tngi The owner oDly reason fort selling Is the rush of other business as he has ex tensive farming interests to look after This property Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars dress a O Thurmond Lytle Ky or L U Hughes Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public outcry at the Sin An ale Ilarlan farm four miles from Danvllle one mile from Hedgevlllo on Danville and Lancaster tkeon WEDNK3DAY NOV 30 IMI The following property woven good work mules 3 extra mare mules coming four years old T horses one trotting bred mare with foal to bornaduttea2912 ace or 400 barrels of com In crib 100 bushels of hemp- seed free from one straw stack 10 TS pouud shoats one weanling calf two milk cows live 1350pound cattle farming Im plements one Deerlng binder one hemp cutter one season one disc breaking plow one Oliver chilled plow one disc cul tivator one tooth bat row one corn shelter one farm wagon three eats of plow gear one extra nice set of harness one wheat fan two buggies household and kitchen furniture bale begins at 10 A M Terms made known on day of sale- TAD English Amt 1 O DRO- WNPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting aching or troy kind of tres passing on our places and will prosoauta violators to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonaroore T M Holmes H F J It Oamentsoh Peter Balmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David I James M White and wifeMary Welch II P Hawkins Mm U A Lawrence Prank Gordler Mrs A D Hoot Sam Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Charles Knsslla J H MoAlliter Mrs Ador Ilelchenbacli Bros Fred VonornonlganAlbcrtVundruentgan- Fred VonAllman Fred Alfred Simpson Holmes tile Mania II Howes Relchenbach Charles CummtD Jos Ballon A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon Wit Daugherty M J Hoffman M I Kltnore Peter W ivrtor J Nevin Carter L t s YOU want Your Money l To buy the most We want your trade and will moneyin I I f I The Urorulclotli wo oifer at 81 per yard ill the heeL to bt hml battw Uim the regulnr 8128 Compare it with others Our 40iircli Mohair in nil colons at IRe pot ynnl h UM regular Qfceut qiinlity t fwttoriiiGoodIJlunkutH from 6c to 56 per pairPpnlllItLndics I J Chiltlronl Shoes from 36o to 8178 per pair Ladle Skirts front 81 to 85 onch Corsets from 25o to 8150 pair yanlLadfosMona hate from 4Kc to 83 oach Boys Clothing from 81 to i per suit Splendid line of Ladies Belts Purses Side j 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 LEADEROWBIBY BLOCK M B Logy 8 Co WATCH OUR S B Levy ADSf il fOwing to tho busy Hjnson in our Jewelry Store I will have to lisjon tintio my visits to Stanford until Spring I Ileudtichoa granulated lida atya pall in mill around tho eyes nurvous I nci ulo uro often tho results of eye itraine Wo stralghton eroIIt1eos without tho knife ecissorn or pain AVe due no medioino roxt1l11iuAtinn or treatment of tho djos nor do we perform any surgical ollonltionlJoflult Count Dr Murray fitted glass fbr 1110 that intro givon most perfect satisfaction more than any I over had Tho gliiHos fittod for my nnnt Mrs puddorar of Mclvtnuoy UfO also porfbotly gatiifltctory- Luanna Qontry Stunfonl Ky Ilio glasses you fittod for me two yonrs ngo havo given me hotter mtiafoo tion than any I ever had on my cyoe J W Hout Stanford Ivy Thanking tho people for their Ilharnl patronage r IDrE SI u Murrayu r I Ophtholmologittn v I IJomo Office With Murray McAdams Danville Ky = 1 1I BLANKETS Those frosty mornings make the house wife oxnmtno lior supply of flank i U and Comiorit JHj eodi replenishing lot us show you some ggpdval ues in lilniikoUjat ri j7GC 100 8UO 8200 8B0 to 8060 COMFORTS See the extra size coinlbrU at 8100 8200 and 8250 Fiuo Silkallno Laminated cottonfilled 01 size at 8280 Yith14EcE3 SONASTANFORD I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l STANFORD KY 10v I19B- RUIN I to work on tbat bad and Cold by utloir PennyJ Whlie IInl mod Tar his remtd It effective a pleaitoi to take evan the children IIlce It We ask sou to try U eotl It not sat IUd we reura jnur inoncy Prlt 25 cent a bottle at lenoj Droll ore i Stanford I PERSONALS Din J R UCStl of Lun ton wa bore Sunday Mil 80 ALLRN circuit clerk of Moreer fe here Mil CUAS OHHBN Of LexUKWB at leaded the CookKerr ale MR T D SHANKS U bank from a tliiuo relative In the West MR W A CARSON and Uwllv ape nt several days at CraB Orchard KVBRRTT Sroan of Lexl KW tarn over loxlar w visit his parents Mass MAHUAKKT BOPPR to sew tht W El HtBibookkepraMMDAMKS T J AMD I D OOOO a- vleltleg rIve at Parkivlll MR WS McOCiRH hat ge e to Oklahoma a a propeelDI trip MR C 0 nICK a vallie4 wbtertber Lit DR we was here SaWrky cofMB JONAS McKHN i 01 Mi Ver aUoIed oonrt kern fayIhnon 8 M LOOAN r Wilmer nuied up W MlddlMbaro lallby McnoiiBRTfl eeota Miss DOLL1H with a ipraUed fool ed to her room THOMIaON of Mt MI86K8 SUBIK Verooo was with Mrs E J Brera MRS BUA PORTMAN wee M Lex jnntoB yesterday ta ee hr da BbUr JC BLANKS wW has Weaver tvphelddver to 5O INerr IOf1 with OWSLHY U with bar Miss LINDA x Hter Mrs W P Walton I Uxfa Q ton ii K DOMNAOAK d Mill SHfUff Nt wreeU home afr a wNks iMT wLlk J D Ksda 1MR B P snOLD aad wife f Lax BieBa eom yewr y to rlU I relatlre4MRBJ R PowRLL ud 6hlldreD are baok from a vllv to reUUve jPerryvllle Mn 1 L DUCK U bk from Ind f with Xulk thane lana more In love f ror before Rev URN HUUI was on Saturday Stone Gap Va to I e train bound for Blq I hold a meeting I Mn CnARL 9 W MONTCJOMBRY and wile 01 Liberty were here jester day wile friends THE Ladle Aid Society will meet with Mrs M S Dauf hroan at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon MISSES LONNIB GOOD and Leila with Miss Bva Jone spent several day pool In the country 4MliB WJ COLLINS who has beer wtb her sister Mr R Cobb retureet lo Richmond yesterday tUtJOHMAN was ororMiss CHUOB from college at Lexington Mtge foci Baker accompanied her MR JOSH L STONE of Washington City camo to bit home at Liberty to stamp under tho rooster FRANK CAUTBR who was badly hurt Louisville some tlmo ago Is by a fall In with his mother at Rowland I MR E H BBASLEYthe postal clerk I fell while working In his car toe other day and was considerably hurt MISS SUE ROUT went to Loulsvl lie with J K yesterday to take a position Lemon ftCo the Fourth street Jew OteroMus D K PAUU1S of Crab Orch of Mrs W A Car tard who la a ulster the of dcatbII MRS LAURA KRRCURVAL I been with her brother Mr Kd Wllkln sun returned to her home In Missouri Sunday ij MR WOODS WALKER of Oarrard i passed down to Bardstown yesterday to Hunters Aa attend the National Fox 1 aoolatlonMESSRS W B BURTON and Saulley Huchea of Lancaster were here Sun London to see theirday en route to sweetheartsI i of tbo MR SHELTON M SAUHUSY Lexington Democrat spent a portion of Sunday and yesterday with his moth er Mrs J 0 MoOlary Miss ROSA TAYLOR celebrated her Saturdayby baying a l 10th birthday aa number of her young friends with her A toothsome lunch was served SHOP ROOM for rent Mrs Straub L LOCALS MBAT cutters hog box bottom ete at W D QlBtrln T DHTTK read our poitwl ooluran before you KO huatW tot KNS all wool overooaii were to SO I now 698 Grand Leader Sag the H Wonder II the original dot Blast Stove at John Bright Jr it CosaULASSBB lo Ut the endframe to at the face nt Dr W N Craig Phar maclitaIlAUMONDB at CO began yotterday taking up turkeys They are paying toe per pound A JOLLY program will be renders at the Library Pad entertainment on Friday evening SBV purely Brown Leghorn bent fnr sale G A Swine broad nedgerllle LIlT ii U Beaitey buteher your hoe Je will wait oa you auf time lied kill cheaper than you can MR T W sos tie John Ghrlimaa ptaee on Itnob Llek pike at auction yesterday for 1880 Mutts mid 1 trousers thlt week 1980 Me oiutem made II trMier this week f1 TO Gruel Lead eraliaR Rwtr FOR iMft Cottage on Danville avenue between Dr CarpeD teruDd W M Bright Apply to tofu J B OwslsyaTilE resMene and saw mill of Mr P M GotHler will be sold at Grab Or hard at 1090 Tuesday morning next fee adrertlsemMl Tess bird law expired yesterday and every nag who had Ute iMlliiavloa a e m and doe and ooald spare the time U to search of quail today J MATT MAHTIK a splendid demo tat and a sliver young nan auneuee es for constable this Uiue ConiWer his elalro before you vote on Dee 3rd TllH 6 per sent will be addod to your taxes If not paid br Dec 1 All oannot pay on Nov 90th 10 come In now and get your receipt M S Baughman herltTaTUB only work done In the county court yesterday was the probating of the wills of J R Alford and Joe Mc Allster and Emily Briggs The latter were Negroe- sRns10NIsDMr a J Darst carrier on Rural Route No 1 hat handed In hi rrslgnailon to take effect ae soon as his lucccsiior can be cbotcg tie lays his farm demands his entire atten lIon JAMBS COTTRBLL Rot five year on the charge of knocking down and robbing Mr C H VanArsdale was roughs hero from Frankfort yesterday to testify against Hiram Denbam who Is Indicted on the same charge TUB Interior of Christian church ID Indeed beautiful Tho frescoing tooth tasty and pretty and lobo workmen who did It proved themselves artists In their line Now let the outside have a coat or so of paint and the church will be the prettiest In Central Kentucky TilE teachers were disappointed Saturday Al thq last hour Friday State Superintendent Fuqua phoned Supt Singleton that there was not enough money on hand to send the 101 percent but that he thinks a check for that amount will certainly bo sent so as to reach hero by next Saturday- MVftRSMr William C Myora ono of Casey county oldest and bet Sides Is dead at hla home near nartwell The burial took place at his late homo after funeral services by Rev W G Montgomery Mr Myers was lobe fath er of Judge W M Myera of Huston vllle Mrs Cale Brown of Casey and- re I C Brown of Boyle Tint otlicial vote of Lincoln county IB Parker 1713 Roosevelt 1013 whtob shows a democratic majority of 06 Instead of A3 Mr Gilbert ran J3 votes behind Parker The prohibition lite got ld0 vote but Mr A W Car pantcr the prohibition nominee for ConerMS led the ticket seven vote The People Party got three votfigthe Socialist two and the Socialist Labor throe A Strict Censorship J Novo tako a caso said Horace Mann to a young lawyer unless you boliovo your client la right and your cause is just This advise we endeavor to adopt iu our advertisements We buy of reliable houses and sell to you baleing the goods arc reliable and make good any article not as represent edrlbjs aceounU for tho absence of blundor buss advertising in this spaco Ii MRNS saddle horse blankets and lap robe In great variety at J C Mc Clary1 BOYS all wool ulta age 8 to 10 years worth 14 epaulet price 527it Grand LeaillrIt 4IUBLP a goodQaa by purchasing al ticket to the Graded School Library Fund entertainment Friday evening Nov 1Bd- bCOALle not so scarce with us tbla week Five big care on side track ihla morning all grades Come quick J H Baugbman Jr Co LADIES you areexpsued W U Higgins store Thursday Bring your knitting spend the day Dot coHeo y Mid thing to eat and MO the preserve display PlULLUS BROS have broken ground for the erection of a combined dwelling and storeroom on the lot at tho corner of Main street and Logan avenue the lot on which the old dwelling stands WH have moved our took of millinery to an upttalr room In the Rlmo building Save a beavttful line of trimmed beta wq are disposing of at rv dared price The ladle are Invited to cell Mleae Vaedereer i XMAS GRHHVNQ We wish to an neunee to ocr friend nod eusiomer that we have arranged for a Holiday Opening Friday and Saturday Nov 8fi and J8 and cordially levite you all lo be present We have carefully select ad a line for thin special occasion that we eonldently believe will merit the approval of all who may favor uc wlih their presenee John P Jonea BeetsQOKRIHLH Bit jib a firmer of Shelby City met an awful death white engaged at work In his grist mill He was ftslBg a part of the maeblnery while It was In motion and hie clothe caught In the large belt Before he eould be reached his body was carried round and round the force of the ma eblnery erushlbg It In a rlghtlnl manner Mr Beard was a member of the Christian chureb and had been a reel lent of Shelby City for 40 year A wife survives elm- ATTeSIITifD Hour As Mr Jno Leach who carries the mall between Stanford and Klngavllle was going to bll home In the West End of town Saturday night two men attacked him onoI of them dealing him a severe blow In the face It staggered him but be did not fall A buggy pasted about that time and when Mr Leach yelled for help they took to their heels Aathla happened about 8 oclock and In a thick ly Inhabited part of town It will be teen that tbo attempted hold up war a very bold one Mr Leach had about 100 In his pocket but fortunately for him the wouldbe robbers did not get the money ACQUITTED James H Kennedy was acquitted of the charge of murder of Will Holmes at 030 Ibis morning after a trial which has lasted since Thurs day Moat of the first day was taker up In securing a jury Friday and Sat urday were devoted to taking the testi mony and yesterday to speaking Tbe case went to the jury at 7 oclock last night but no verdict waa reached until lobe hour stated above Tbo following gentlemen poke In the case Judge M C Sautler and Hon F F Bobbin for the defense and Messrs Harvey Helm Robert Harding and Common wealth a Attorney Hardln for the pros ecution Ben M Kennedy who was charged with aiding and abetting In lobe killing was also acquitted PROGRAM of entertalnmonntat Stan ford Graded School Auditorium Friday evening Nov 18 Muslo Kato Wal ton Waters Song Second Grade Bachelor Dream Panioralrno Ori ental GirlDaisy Phillips Ireland Alma Reynolds Japan Bessie Yens FranceRosa Jones Germany Margaret Warren Scotland Joaephlne Brady England Kale Pence Spain Helen Beasley Columbia Dora Ponce Bachelor Geo Kills Cupid Nancy Hunn Guitar and Mandolin Selection Song Members of Second Grade Muilo Kate Watera One Leg ged Goose Ruaiell Brown Shadow Pantomime Vllllkena and his Dinah Members of Fifth Grade Guitar and Mandolin Selection The Cress Teacn or Nancy Yeager MusicKate Wa tera The Sniggles Family High School Girl ON account of the tpiaklng In tbe Kennedy case neither Meism R C Warren nor F F Uooblu made itoltil uslpeeebe as they bad udverttted lo yesterday Tux time for entering the democrat le prlrmrv of Dee 3d closer Friday next 18tb The candidates who do not PlY their entrance fee by teat time will be barred HUGH SANDIDUB little eon of Mr and Mra F F Saudldge of the Mil ledgovllle section resolved an awful gash over one of bla eyes while playing at school yesterday It was a oloae call i for his rye DRADAMS li a Mndldtte for Magistrate the Ware burg district subject to the of the UlUratio patty J MAT MARTINI a candidate for OoMtebto of Ue Stanford Dbtrlct abject to the notion ef the dcmo orkMc pHemry PM I ISAAC SHELBY SR Ill CMJtdlto tot M sew la lie HMtMlvMt- 4l tkrt whttcl ID the s at KM dnnociMlc pttai ry DM i sea If xwrtMMd mt I wW he Y orae M Motdnd ttrreos ii4 Mk pwtod kal 110 TutMnvUK MCkraniy ana Ruwvi so M to to in rise tooek wItIt Ov pop- lsNOTICE I UltI lIoriAU peruse owls the Nate ot J C too raft atate at eon All partle to wbMo lha Mt U IMieMed send yawls itateaent to uodertlgBed- R O Homoji ARt MOlrbrg Ky For Sale or Rent Mr tars ef INK Bert I and ooelmlf odes HHitb ef Huitonvllle Nice 7roara tWiKe grdea orchard outbull4U etc M nrw a 40 realeCer IB MnegraH ler iRfrMMtKn see J 1 or Wa vagawalluetoevtne HuMo JAMBS FRYEI UMBRELLAS I Heearered and 1aad wade almost aa good as new for a awouat I caD Bx your umbrella Niter tu n tllll tram repairer sad for less mosey Give oae a IrJnl PHASK ATKIAS SMat- erdPUBLICSALE ON WEDNESDAY 1 BO 7154 I will sell at 1uWlc Auction at my home on C meWry 11111 Stanford tbe following 3 brood mare good workers Rod good sad Mere and In foal two of them to liorson ana one to jack 3 tliroearold 3 coming Zvearoldi 30 yearling cattle M fat hogs 20 good stock owes to buck 1W bur relt nf corn MO hocks fix dur S sown aod 17 shoats 2 cows wagon find harness bug ev end harness lot of farming Irapleraenu houiebold and kitchen furniture orgcn lowing machine etc Tm Under 110 cub In hand over that amount credit of A nwntll withOUt Interest Oootl negotiable notes at the Firs Nallunul B ton ford required- W S MeOUIKK Ky A11 Dourne Auctlonror FARM FOR SALE I I desire to tell my farm of SIS acres on the Danville St Hustonvllle pike The tarn Is lo a high state of cultivation fairly wol- lImprend watered with three never father spring live In fact you have to see the place to understand the many con veniences I want to sell In next W days I also want to sell my stock consisting of 22 jennets aged 1 and 2 years old 2 jacks 2 jack colts seven mares und mules 1 race mar and colt 1 standard bred mare by Qtmbelta Wilkes 2 horse mules well broke that have a Utile defect but are good work 011 will soil them for IISO If sold at once Will sell farm and stock together or aepa rately Any one wanting a farm end outfit will do well to call nt onco and secure one of the nicest and b nt located farms in the 1 also have 50 bushels of rood seed toualen II KIND- Moreland KY Just What You Want The marvellous musical entertainer I am agent for the sale ut The Victor and Columbia Orand Disc nr and Hecords c the finest talklnr and singing mnchlno made Ilavn the beautiful orchestra record r baneuruelire In a truo natural tone with discount or onvou a machine for casts Installments on easy monthly puvments I will alive you money In this the greatest muilcal Initrumont ever Invented Gall ou or aildrens THOMAS O HALL Agt Stanford Lincoln Oo Ky Lock llox 205 I PUBLIC SALE I TUrilSDAY DRORMKKH 1 leo Fine Wuodford county farm known us Ihe S C Morris place containing 175 acres Hltuuted ft rallo fromVertHlllM IK miles- um Mortomyllle on the Perry- ke convenient to nbool sod churches dwelling heeled wllbslx rooms new tobacco burn stable and all oilier o oe aiirv out lIulllllnll elan took and farming hople mentti as follow Two 1 folllold Baines 6 yearling helfern V yearling steurs 100 Pep 4 sows with pigs 1 hinder lOut ting harrow 1 drill 4 plows I glfoer I lbore Mongrel rake 1 hAn ulJleL uf furniture and oilier articles Trrms wade known on day of ease Iartle WKlilog too the place or ohtali any InfortiQuI apply to 01 nlmY on the premlees or A F ehouer Lexington I Ky U U 2 Fajttte Phone iiw I DRESS GOODS sarorerar We are showing about 12 styles of this seasons now weaves and colors 38 inchos wide at BOc a yaid Fancy Mohairs in Drown Bluo and Black at BOc a yard UNERWEAR Duiit forget our stock contains many good things in Underwear for you See tho childrens union suits at 25c and boa Ladies union suits at r0c Too and 8100 TflI1I4TABLE G LINENS We will offer this week a Special Sale on Taola Damasks Ana Napkins IWe have just laid in a large stock for the Holiday Trade clad bit week jron can take advantage of the low pricey and make your purchases now Wo have the unbleached linlfblenclied und pome beautiful dosigus in both the Mereerieetland AllLinen 72 inch goods This ill certainly an opportu nity tp secure choice new things at a great saving to you John P JonesS THE WALKOVER suits from S4 Shoe best adver tised known ot Mttis known have them Vici Call Calf ei HJMRoberts Till BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From tho Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter it Co of New Yrk This is an opportunity which seldom occur We advise all who can to as early as attend this tho greatest rain we have ovor offered Ladies Furnishing Goods Ladio tailor rondo worth 15 and 820 are on stile at 64BO to 750 Ludiee uptodate Jaokote S3 to S10 now on sale at 82BO to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth SliO up to So uro now on wile at U8o to 82 18Ladios corsets Uo up Latest stylos of petticoats from 5Uc up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at i8c and up 8150and are jwssibly tho and hOlt line Shoos now to the trade We in Velour Alaska Enam and Patents See our window Pembrook onne possible to Mens and Childrens Furnishings Great line of Shoes fair children from 15e up Mens Dress and work ing Shoes i out 98c tsp Mens duth ing from 1 a suit up MetiV nice OvtrconU from S2itl ui fens Sunday Pants froth 7c npI lull dreus flies threepiece suit lrour 75c UpIluyadrciid aud Lmdie Stockings tn in 4c up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY THE IMTEH10R JOURNAL XnlcrKl n the ptitofflcc at Stanford ai ttnndelau excites 1rvutLh0Twr0a3waa0Sitdta4r 4T 1 PER YEAR CASH Of Waen not iopald aOO will bfohaneo F1KNOXVILLE DIVISION No J4 Train solo 101 pm Kl8 II III a m Kt5 II II South 12tdam Ho 23 II t23Spm BDCARTERSuccessor Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled ou commission Stock Pone In Connection J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good LUerj Service at Reasoaable Rates Call oa tu oa Depot Street Also Dealers in Ooal JlIitlWau saloon GOOD RICE Prors FIt wlnse wbtoVy and beer Special wholesale dIAlers LexlBRWna anoui Blue fJrass Beer Case kelt and bottled O Brent SouthwooU mixer Phone SI Stan ford Ky paJl Trajtort DIALtB IK Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter Close to DpotSTANFORD KY attention Nothing but the Iu orderltorcely prompt attentIon Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furniture flare a special line of Rugs for the noll days Winter Robes Budding Paper Sash and Icon Clan cat any eUe Mrs O B Prultt lias a nice line of Pall and Winter Millinery PRUITT BROSM- oreland Kr LUTES BOONE i3 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All parsons wishing Wehave cell farms will du well to See as a number of floe Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have It you desire to sell It In our hands Otllce at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky I RBMahoay f insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronago til the property owners In Counties itncoln and I iumy who may be soaking In sarance against Wire LtghulIcg- aAd Tornado None but IItr80 elt and best OldLine V m represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone 1- S2Stanford Kent UVER ALEp I nod Thd forde BlickDrengbt a Rood medicine for liver dieeu spentficine I tatfMH8 CAROLINE UAUTIM Parkeribarf W Vs If your liver does not act nlarly go to your and secure a of Thedfords- BlackDraught and take a dose This great family constipatedbowel and causes It healthy secretion of bile Thed ford I Black Draught will cleanse the of im pun tie and strengthen the kid nev A torpid invites told biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick nese and contagion Weak kidneys in Brights disease which claim as many victims as consumption A 2cent1ll1Cknge of Thedfords Black keptinblackDranRhtpllinta and round notbing to excel ILWILLIAM COilUAN Uar blehead 11L iEDFORD5 6lACIDlAUGUT Li r R C WARREN Is a caltoSI1ate fat JvJff the Uneele osenty ceert subject to Ute arthm of deewctaMe past JAS P BAILEY It a canjttate lit uetfcIIoII II Mee of lilt Lincoln Ooitjr Court tutyect w Me aC of UN DeeMCtal party THOMAS D NEWALND SR- I a caadUatefer Sheriff of LliwMn WMty subject le the acdtn et the democratic ratty GEORGE W DeBORD- II a caniMate for Sheriff s1 Ltfleetn county subject I the cOIn of the d aMratlc party T JEFF HILL SR ubJClIJESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheria of Lincoln county subject to Ifea action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjectteDINK FARMER li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject tae action of the Democratic party W I HERRIN it a candidate fer JaRer subject to the action of the liaocratlc party MEREDITH PRUITT li a canJUate fer Sipertetealent of Taboo SdIMIl f Lincoln OoiKHy Qtect to the action of the dean italic party BOGLEI Sthsel If LlacMii Comp seated rtfee attieo of the 1eer trade party GARLAND SINGLETON U a undUat for reelecM tar Sep eiNsNt t dHcMic bdwgtoal LMMM aunty seeps to Ihe ac MM of OK Deaocnlk Arty JAMES D ANDERSON It a candidate for AtseMf of LlMafci WMty tub Iect te tile action of th aemecratx party GEORGE T WOOD It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county SB aject to the action of the democratic patty D C ALLEN II a candlirte for Aiwiior of Lincoln asapr IUb led U the aqua of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Aosow of Lincoln eWHUy Milo Ject to toe aces Sf the duasarik raft W A CARSON v Is a caMMate for Aewsssr d Utcaen county Ml lect to flw ads oC Oe deaocMMc farty E D KENNEY It a candidate far Auesser of lhc lli eosaty 1Jec1 to the action of tfce deaocntk party JOHN SAt OWSLEY JR ItacaailUateforcowityaHonMyof Lincoln aunty subject lo tee action o Ute Jiaamttc patty o R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln count to a canMate you the I for Sole Seaakx la this JMrtat iaoject to the actIo8 of the deaiocrattc party A W CARPENTER If a cJtJUa for dmgnu subject M the stir dam ProhiMthMi put WSBURCH- Is a adder far Cauaty AttH of Ltacota em ty oubjKt w Ow Ktto of one Deotentfc parr W L MCARTY Is UllJU1e for SIIerIff of Lincoln eowMy Mskfect to tttf action of deoMcmfc party JAMES T ROBERTS- Of the East End Is a caottJtte tor rlWalfo se Jed to dko action of the JmocinBC prtaeaty Dee I 1904 CHARLES REDD I a ca tefer JwUce due Peace te We Gab OtH1 Ma rll district soured tolko parts of DetMcntk Primary Dec b 1904 JAMES A DUDDERAR 11 6etor oufttnte of the Staor4 DIe trIcC wlljKt to tite action of the democratic rrtaary Dec sew J Le Beazley Co Undertakers ana- Embalmors 4UO oLLaxl FnraitureaiatUujjfljRwgs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right ftTANFORD KENTUOKY J+ c + McCbMY T7BHBBTAEBB EMBALMER And DesloarIn id NESS SADDLEBY fcC Stanford Ky KINGS VILLE Green Murphy wilt In a short time open up a general store hero lie Is one of our beet allies Mrs Dr O M Thompson spent soy oral days ID Ctnoloaatl buying saw mil Unary Doth ot our milliner Mci damse Thompson and McCarty seem to be doing well Some one remarked to us reocolly that he didnt know where to God a democratlo paper any more naming several that are very touch mixed II Ol course we put him on the right track the INTBRIOR JOURNAL Mrs Dr Warren ot Woodstock and daughter are with tie husband and father at Dr Thompson Mrs Eliza Rigney and daughter Mlis Dora will go to Wllllamstownto visit Mrs Jame Robinson Mrs Luther Ooocb is some what Improved Ed Crolgbton la III The election did paea oil quietly but the allImportant election la yet to come The minor affair just passed Is not worth speaking of compared to the primary of Dec 3 Though defeated we can count our blessing and feel ex ultant over the fact that Kentucky our beloved State and the county of tin coin are yet democratic MONTHS MEDICINE ON TRIAL Generous Offer to All With Weak Digestion or Stom ach Troubles With every box of Mlrona sold Mr Peauy gives the following guarantee bond assuring the purchaser that the money will be returned If after a months use the riwedy 1m not given entbfoe lion GCARACTIK BOND Penny hereby agrees to refund the money paid for Miona on return of empty box if the purchaser tells him that It has failed to cure indigestion or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two boxes ora months treatment Price 60c per box Sinned Any one whose food docs not digest as It ought who baa to take thought about when and what to eat should take ad vantage of this generous offer of Mr Pen nyMiona Is almost Invariably successful In outing stomach tumble of all kinds from an acute attack of Indigestion to a chronic eate of djspepsia By Its use new rich blood Is made the weight In reseed and health restored I The residence of Mayor Pay of Vir ginia Mien was blown up by dyes mite For some time past the mayor has been making war on violators ot the saloon law Game Warden Aaklea pf TtBBMsee la behind a movement to purchase the herd of tOG deer on Belle Meade farm and turn them loose over the State Ac the result of a desperate battle between cattle thieves and oQJeera near Deetb Kev one of the outlaws la deadIand the other ID In jail badly Col George Wood formerly one of Mason county wealthiest men Is dead at Mayavlll- eAcdrcwJ Mead the founder of Man hattan Kansas died at Yookors N Y To The Democrats of Kentucky Under Rule i7 38 and 20 adopted by the democratic State convention held In the olty of Louisville on June S 10W It Is made the duty of all democrats In all the counties of the Commonwealth to assemble at their respective voting precincts except In cities of the first sod SMonil oIl seson the third Mon day In November 1004 at the hour of 1 oclock standard time and proceed then and there to the election of a pro cloot committeeman On the fourth Monday In November the precinct committeemen thus elected are required to meet at the county seats In counties having only one let islative district and organlie by elect Ing a chairman and secretary but In counties having moro than one leglsla live district tho precinct committee men are required to meet at some convenient place designated by the chair man now in olllce who will preside un til another chairman shall be elected In cities of the first and second class ca the committeemen for the precincts will be appointed by the member of the State central committee In and for the Congressional district embracing such cltlcis subject to the approval of the democratic State central committee the commltteemon thus appointed af tel tueh approval will meet and organ lie as lo the case of oommlttairaen who have been elected Chairmen and secretaries of county leglslatlvai and olty committees may or may not be members thereof When eald committees are thus or gaolttd the bstrman of each will tend a list of his conmUlM iixitaaUng this prMlocM snob rejprtMat to shower- tare of the Demooratlo State Central ODd Executive Coratatttee at Frankfort Be will also report whether any pre oloota fall to hold an leoUoi at the time required and If 10 indicate suoh preolneta It Is of the utmost Importance that these details of the party organization be attended to It le necessary to the partys suacata and harmony that the democrats In each precinct should se lect their own oommltleemen and they should see to It that an earnest and zealous democrat who will give his time and attention to the work Is earn ed In each Instance Lewis McQuown Chairman of State central and Executive Commute Prey Ukljr Secretory The Best Liniment Ofasmber alns Palo Delta U cooikl end tko boat liniment on the market write Pest A HUM of Georgia Vt No other liniment will heal a cut or bruit so promptly No other aforduehqulsk relief from rheumatic pains No other Is- ovalsable fur deepseated pains like lime beck awl pains Is the cheat Give till liniment a trial and beeon aegealnt- ed with Its rosMtkaMo qualities and yen will never wish to be without It For ale by all druggists The profawslonal nurses of LexlDRtoo have formed an association and fixed a schedule ol prices The rate la 121 a week in ordinary oaeet and 125 In con taeloui diseases The Middlesboro Hotel will close on Dee 1 Best OfAny Season Yet Is our Magnificent display of Sterling and Plated Silver Cut Glass HandPainted China Diamonds Watches and Clocks and Jewelry Etc It is no trouble to select tin appropriate gilt mitable either for Vtdilinj l Birthday or Chrtftinni peasants from our large and well elected stock Diamond Rings Sib up to S300 biamondEot Brooolio 811 up to 8230 Ladle Solid Gold Wntoliw StrJ to gds Goutlenioni Solid Gold Watches 28 up to 8100 Gold Filled Wntohos 810 up Sterling Silver Toospoona sn pot dot up 1018 por dos Roger Bros Kuivoenud Fork 300 pw daewi Roger Bros Teaspoon 125 per stl I Tine most complato link of goods over ojchtbitod in Clio city nnd it will pay you to inspect our stbok If your watch needs repairing we can do it cheap and promptly rIurrayrIcAdamsDANVILLE Leading Jewelers Ophthalmologists First National I BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established ai the Deposit Stank of Stanford In 1851 then reorganized ai the National Hank of Stanford lees and again reorcanlted ai the lint National Ilaik of Stanford In 1SS2 having had practically an unlnter rapid existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for tratsaet InK business promptly and well than ever before In Iti long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porattons Solicited J II Parson OwsleyS W O Walker Oeo W Carter d II Pooler L G Oooeh- 1v11 W U It L W II Bnccessort to The Farmers Rank ft Trust Company and under cams SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such batJaess relation i will provo mutually beneB UI Officers So B HQOKliH Puss BT nAURU V free So J MononRitTs obr W II Awt Cbr Directors tP Reid Danville B T H rrl f Stanford J 8 rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M U Elmore naugbmanlflaafardT Ju Robinson llubbl J II lluuebman Stanford J M Icttut HtanforJ Ed Carter Stanford j II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK Directors UullltAlnlI continuouslytor Officers B n BHANKS1resldeni r J OWBLKVOaihter W U nUIOHT Asst Cashiers + t i A Gun Worth 650 for 5 Can You Beat It 1tiNM- Dr W N CraigPharmacist Ilione So 13 Stanford Kentucky IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying directtfrom the Pottery enables us to offfer 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 OEORGE H FARRIS COt r Stanford Kentucky I SHOT GUN CARTRIDGES Winchester Repeater Smokeless 60c a Box New Club Black Powder 45c a BoxPENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy tltolteaand of per feet workmanship We carry the stock of Monuments Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky tLettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper t WM A DA MSSON Lexington K- ySHOST ji WINTEI1SIIOESline before making your FALL PURCHASES wE Perkins Li WEAKEN BOOOO largest Crab Orchard Ky r ft