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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1SI3MI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2219043 P M NO bO 1 Bobbltt Wants Widows to Help Him Into Congress CttAIi ORcIIAU KYNov 19 IDOL lo half dosjn widow o Stanford BBI l three to Lancattcr I want to jjo to Conjfrce and It U nece iary for Pow one of you to contribute to tbe cam paljja fund 11000 and you can draw m salary of 110000 and bays the rcllectei honor c bclcc Joined to n Congressman 11 Perhaps by telling all my thor oURhbred caltla and trotting horses ed who e very names add waxy hundred to their worth I could ratio the 11001 without lacrlflolcg mjielf on the mat rlmoolat altar but I do not with to do this I bad rather laorlflco rnynelf that my stock Tbo surnames of lame a these wldowi begin with the loiter thi KoRlleh arc famous for omitting whet It begins a word tbe surnames of olh en beginning with that letter whlot the Latin alphabet U destitute of aDd therefore they cannot spell wagon I hate many other quallDoatlon be sides thoie that adorn the bar I oat wad with MtltonUn ubllatty throact tilt cloomy vanltt and cavarc oJ Ran avid rive It more horror than DaoUi Inferno I can iiorlray the Maatl and joys of Iaratflw tar more teal that many tball ltd It I am too boat wIth my taw itudeale std la uaoblag the lawyer at Stanford Lancaster and Ml Vernon to call upon you should set oi you with to aaotpt the tfopo IUa wlib all ot In Incidental baoor ud galUptota winter at Waiblneloa A gilt edged note or check hlgbly per turned with claiilo myrrb will iorvi every purpoto Have I no proferenoe D yet but U SUE doe not apply lit one that doe ihalt never know but ibi was the chosen one aid that fate dlree ted her to the Imperial palm that dcki my brow I tball ieoture at Lancaster en Law the drtlBlgblot rtrcalt earl and in vile all the ladlM there and aepelahy tbe three widow to be present and te that this U no ordinary pea to bi prawn POUNTAIKR POX BORBITT CHURCH MATTERS The Merldlanlr lhoJUloBurch at lediaaapollt bornad casting B tat of t uOOO ltev J It Ulee of Grand River Col lege Mo has aecoptnd the pratld cy of tbe BaptUt otlefe ut UarboanrlUe A memorial window to DM late PrtIdeal Harrison IHM ted toy bli widow wal dedicated lo an Indlapapollt eburob Sunday 1001 v Gilbert Glass praaobM a ipUo did termoa at Iho ObrtoUaa oburofa Sunday morning hU ohareh belay liB der repair A lame atdlMoo rIbltn THE MUttonary lottltateof Danvllht District began tbelr meeting here last night lo continue till tomorrow nlgbt It it b lug oomUotod by Rr J WI bltnpioa ot SomtfiM TUG Tbaokigtytog orvUe will be held In IbeCbrUUan oburobon account of the 1rMbvlerlan ehareh ondorgolQB repair The tervloe will be ooo Soot ed by Rev PT UOM The protracted meeting In the Can ktut Cbrtttlan eburah Lexington oloa M after four weeks of good work Rev U AJeBktnt preached most of the time There were 76 additions 1y a vote of 113 to 41 tbt tangrcga lion of tbe Warren Memorial Prwby Lenin church refaeed to accept Dr Ievtoa D Dogee reilgcailon and ha will remain pastor of the church The rally day exercise at tfea Ubrlt llao church Sunday night were exceed ingly entertaining and enjoyable The ladles ID charge at well at the children who took part arc to be congratulated on their good work Tbe Baptist women of Kentucky re port contributions tor tbe quarter Just ended to tbo following object For Brazil 821 90 for Cuba 8S2 for Tloh error memorial 14276 for home mis lont 1223 43 for missionary boxes IIll for foreign missions ll OlIO Total 12701 38 There will be a largo Christmas offering which It expected t to surpass that of past year FROM THAFRICA New Way or Using Chamber lains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says MAt a proof that Chamberlains Cough Kenne dy ii a cure suitable or old and young lnyou tbe following A neighbor wine hail a child suet over two 11 old It had a very bad cough and parents did not know what to give It I suggested that they get a bottle of Chew borlalni Cough Itemedy and put some on the dummy teat that the baby was suck ins it would no doubt cure tho child This they did and brought about a quioic relief and cured tho baby This remedy- is for sale by all druggists Phyllis head aweelly set- Ae Ive often told her f But It looks far lovelier yet Placed upon my eboulder IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs J C Martin la dead la tbt Stewart teotlon of Meroer MIe Lucy Wettlautoe It dead In tbi Clemenitivtile section In Casey Ulll KJwurd an Adair county Ne pro shot his mother through the heart ton loa lit of ealcd lemlIto 0 at foot ball fe- W IMO m Fitlllt of Harrodiburg cbarg with robbing an Indiana farmer committed suicide by hanging in be jell lit Columbus Ind 1 Tbe Wilmoru Deposit Hank was bro ken Into The thieves were evidently amateur II thuy succeeded In gettlo no money Bloodhound have followed the trail at far a Camp Nelson A single dspawh front Mlddleibor contain tbe following James liar linger shot and dangerously wouoded of Cbarlat Kirk during a ttitht Over the Rhine George Bull was seriously stabbed U a row near Fare Lake Tow Johnson killed Uenry Stone with a crowbar oe Taekard Creek Uacle 8am has oe eervaei who ear talely earse his salary UU name It Win WrlRht and he curried the mall bMwea tikU oily aad Lnwmoet The dltutace U nice mile rid be eons It twice every day except Sunday by walklaK On hit wv be cues ae a creek 20 linos sash way He receives a sal ary of 110 per mODLh for his services MhMltlboro New POLITICAL bProfIn UoyletBecause his other bad been defeatedI In tbe UarrUon county at ton Casey shot hlmteif at Oynthlaoa of W P Albrlttoe reoeoUy nominated for repraieotallve by the democrats of It dead at hit home aged eonGOY Derbln Ie said to be making oaevai ef tbe Hepreieaiailvet elect InS the Eighth Ooegre iloeal dltirtct of le dice a with a possible view to entering the race for U S Senator Tae oQielat cosni In Montana ibowt tbat Itercnay diMoerai was elected Secretary ol State by IS votes Uepub Means bad claimed every ollke In tbe State except Governor aid Lieut Gov ernor la ibe eoatottovtr the oMoe of mayor of howling Greeo the Court of Ap plate attlrmed the Judgment of tbe Warren circuit cart which was In fa IDr of George T Wilson democrat who was elected over K L republican on the tae of tbe ratlrUlI A Praetelort dispatch spyi The dmC oeratle committee eanvaned the re turns and awarded oertlQoaie to L F Johnson the nominee for Ripratenlu live over E H Taylor Jr by four votet and J W Bridget the nominee for jailer by two vote over M B Lu oas Both Taylor and Louis will con teat HIGHLAND Thowt Unit has agate moved his sawmill ro Buek OIMkItIn Aanle Goo b gave a spelling matcb Widaeiday night which was well attended Cook Bro are bavlag their shingle aaoblne rebuilt which was reeently destroyed by Ire J W Cook baa moved Into hit new house Rev J M Cook has moved In to hi old reildeeoe Mart Surber has moved Into Uen Biugh house on the corner Mr J Y Goodpatter wbo bat been living bore for two year loft this week for Montgomery county We regret to give up Mr G and family who have proven themselves good oliizen and neighbors Mr A A Beetle Is able to be out again W B Terry continues III Mr Wolford Taylor who has been quite tick with pneumonia is tome bettor Bit brothers P H of Liberty and Mltobbll of Burntlde wore here to too himAlbert Horton and Tlnk Baker of Now Albany are visiting U F tad hunting quail Howard Light Loultvllle U Visiting C M Young Mr Whit Lee of DIe Llok visited rofntlvoa here Dock Baugb the aitale agent of MoKlnnoy was hero lays IfUnolo Sam hits 7BOOO poatonicaa and miles of portal routes with a 10yearly travel over them amounting to miles The service costs iver 9160000000 a year Tbe receipts tow almost equal tbo expenditures and Save doubled In tbe last 10 years Tbo Board of Control of tbo Pythian Orand Lodge hag unanimously Indorsed tbe selection of tho Mtllward property- n Luxlngton for tbe proposed widows Bad orphans home r I John Henley a fishermen vile were killed by robbers near I hte Teen MomII NEWS NOTES An automobile her e Ia In use IE Pars Congress will convene In regular see sloe on Monday Dec 6 ed Slaunton Military Academy at Staun Va was destroyed by Ore Yale defeated Harvard 12 to 0 In a piItbo next year aggregate 538 B H Woods said to be tbe oldest man In Missouri It dead at the ago of yearReuben ot Lee and his ton were tulTo cated to death In the jail at Columbia villa Mich The ticket wagon of the Forepaugh Sells circus was robbed of 130000 at Tarboro N C Mr and Mrt Courtland S Bennett at San FranoUoo were asphyxiated by Illuminating lat An offer of 110000 for a separate li brary for Negro has been made to tbe city of Atlanta by Mr Carnegie The Pythian Widow and Orphans Homo at Lextngioa will be dedicated with appropriate ceremonies May 90 Tbe New York New Haven A Hartford railroad will spend 30000000 mak ler Improvement on toe New York ttvltlM Nicholas M Marks a prominent ex ed Confederate Mason and Elk of Ver satile died In Lexington after a snrgl eal operation An Indictment has been returned against J It Neighbors tbe Ellia saloonkeeper charged with and battery on Mrs Carrie Na The funeral of Col W 0 P Break Inrldga WI one of the largettever held Lexington One of the handsomest tbe many floral design was tent by Caleb Power ot Formal announcement was made of a movement to bold In Chattanooga In or b World Fair to be known as the Centennial Peace Jubilee Expo MUon to eommemorate tbe close of tbo civil arICharles hi Schwab announces that be will establish a factory at tbo Bethlehem Steel Werksfor tbe manufacture- of large guns and will put tbe plant on an equality with the Ivrupp work of GermanytThe Missouri Slats building at tbo t Worlds Fair grounds WM destroyed byt ire resulting from tbe explosion or a hot water heater In the basement The building omt 1140000 and tbe furnish Ingt were valued at 75000 With one exoeptloo all tbe train leaving LoaUvllla are carrying tanks water the drouth having made It necessary Stock ponds are dried op all over tbe State In contequenoeof the short rainfall of tbe past few months- A Scottish Rite Mason and a Sbrlner at 31 years of age Hoy W Howard a newvpaptr man of Indianapolis It probably the voungeti Mason wbo bee attained his 33d degree Sand Mystic Sbrloo In Masonry In the United States Fire in tbe beartof Cincinnati caused a lots estimated at 1700000 Tbe ter ritory which tuffered was the south of Fourth street between Walnut and Main and Main noar Fourth Tbo Barnes spread rapidly owing to a strong breeae t A syndicate of New York and China go capitalists has arranged to buy the property of the Chicago City Railroad Co for 880000000 paying 200 a share for tbe stock Purchase of the Chicago transit lines it said to be con templated By an explosion of gas at the plant of the Pyle Electric Headlight Compa ny In South Chicago four persons wore kiilod avid a score Injured la addition the plant was completely destroyed and building in tbo immediate vicinity were badly damaged The Board of Control of tbo Knights of Pytblas of Kentucky accepted the Gibson farm at Lexington as the site for tbo Widows and Orphans home Thirty thousand dollars was placed In a Lexington bank to pay for the land as won as the deed Is acknowledged Riley Robes In jail at Newcastle IfInd charged with croon confessed In a plot with others In dynamit ing a church and burning n number of bouses In Kolghtalown vicinity In or prevenllnJIe ThamberlainIRemedyi Is Pleasant to Take Tho finest quaity of granulated Lfof sugar Is used in the manufacture of ihamhetlains Cough Kemedy and oota used in Us preparation give it a vor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Rod rlok of Poolesvlllo Mil lu speaking ot hit remedy says I have used Chain iorlaln8 Cough Remedy with my cbll Iron for several years pUll can truthfully say It Is the best preparation of the kind 1 know of The children like to take and It baa no injurious rafteroCect For salo by alt druggists L HUSTONVILLE Born to the wife ot W S Dpp on tbe lOib a daughter Francis Lee Several large droves of turkeys pauI through here In the last few which cot tbe buyers lOc dBYI Marshall Barring Is now our cemetery and Mr Tomllnsoo his has moved to Casey We want and must have a good show Alcorns Opera House on Christmas week Address W R Williams Mgr For Rent20 acres of stalk and 23 acres of grass In same field with plenty water Rent cheap W R William 2I 1 T Bohon Is homo this week from Mississippi where he will upend the coming winter Ueallng In mules and horses Tbe contractors King A Straub are tau working on tbe metal cornice on tbe College to tbe great satisfaction oI the aommunltyIannounce serious Illness of everybodys friend Mrll Mary J Huffman J Roy Rose returned last week from anextended trip Wet and report8 business fine D S and C C Carpenter lost lest wick tbelr noted show mare Jennie Napier by Dignity Dare outlet a Wal lace Denmark mare She was 4 C88Iand valued at 1400 Blood poison her deathIJust disastrous fire Abe Newton proprietor- of tbe tplendld now brick hotel New tonian moved his saloon from tbe old shook Into his new home and celebrated the event that evening with an open house Nothing short about Abe T L Carpenter returned from bis Texas bunt Saturday and reports great sport In the Gulf port dlsirlot and deer abundant of which they killed several Mrs Hettlo Bosklns of Casey wee one tbe many shoppers In our city last week O Rud MoCorroaok and party quail hunters report killing 19- birds In three days In Casey Saturday night a horse hitched to a buggy and left standing on DAnlIIe- ItreetoPPollte W DDunnbtneatsbor seared at something dashed rorwardIrunning through the front W Adams drug store and Into a fine show case where he stopped Tbe glass I from tbe door bad severed an artery of neck and blood was spouting over room when bo was removed from effects of which he dlod In a very short time TBACHBHS MKKTINO The follow tOil teachers of the Huslonvtlle magls tonal district met lathe Graded School buildlogatBustoovtlle Saturday Profs R S Eubank E L Grubb and T J North and Mesdames R S Eubank E L Grubbs Nettle Humphrey G G ioocb and Misses Kate Bogle Mary Carter Lena Yowell Lulu Hopkins Fannie Spears Messm Caleb Newell and K G Martin were absent The meeting was called to order by Vice President E L Grubbs with Mrs G G Gooch as seorctary The opening ixerolse wore conducted by Rev G W Mills Prof R S Eabaok gave the welcome address which was re Iponded to by T L North Prof Eu bank held the closest attention of all resent by his excellent method of making the teaching of History Inter tiling On motion Mss Kate BlalnI Mrs Bailey Mrs Pierce and Mrs Neal were made honorary members of the association and Invited to take part In the discussions Misses Kate BORl- erand Florence Yowell read excellent pa pers on How to Create a Desire or Good Literature Miss Spears gave a good paper on Music and Physical Cul ture In tbe Schools In his eloquent way T J North told us How to Seoure Better Citizenship In Kentucky Mrs Nettle Humphrey gave some very good points on Knowledge of Child Nature which was discussed also by Prof and Mrs Eubank M E Pruitt gave an ixbausilva resume ot What Kentucky has Done and has yet to do in the Edu ailonal Field Mrs Eubanks essay DO The Importance ot Educating a Cblld Morally was loudly applauded Supt Singleton gave a talk on Our ohools which was listened to alien euperlntondentaseven years never mined a Lincoln oounty teachers as notation Prot and Mrs Eubank and alas Kate Bogle tbe teachers In ibe Iraded Sobool with other Huston role friends ol the teachers entertain ed them at the Woatherford Hotel wblcb batemporary quarters on North MaIn street since the tire Adjectives aufllclent superlallvenoss can scarce 1 y bo found to give justice to the din ncr before tbe teachers by Mrs enjoyedIiralso of the way In which they were entertained Prof Eubank who was lately elected president of the Elghih tenludky Coo rossnal District Teach ors Association Invited the teacher to lelp him make tbu next meeting at Stanford In October 1005 n success Tbo last meeting of the teachers wilt Itbo held In Stanford Dec 10 wileD Prof L Bosluv will ba vice president and rllss Stella McClary secretary B L GnuulIsI RIGHT CLOTHES I Theres a lot of comfort in knowing yourI Clothes arc right and bong sure of it cant bo always studying fashion plates but you can be sure of clothes and correctness just the same If you come to us well fit you in a H S M Suit and youll be sure youre right Good Things at ijiggins For Thanksgiving dinner Hoinzs Cherry Damson Peach Pineapple and Raspberry I Pre serves Apple Butter Sweet and Sour Pickle Horse Radlish Chili Sauce Queen Olive Toma to Catcup Tomato Chutney Tomato Soup Bak ed Beans Mustard Dressing Mince Meatifec Also California Peaches Prunes Figs Raisins Citron Apples A full line of Cakes Crackers and Maple Syrup Oranges Bananas Malaga Grapes Cocoanuts Cream NutsBrail Almonds cW H HIGGINS STANFORD KY L THE NEW STORE I For new tool uptodate goods at reasonable prices Remember our stock is new and not shopworn We have a complete stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies Short Cloaks and Jackets and a complete line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings nt MODERATE PRICESCo- me to see us vjhethor you want to buy or not oven though you are just looking to post yourself regarding styles and prices You are more than welcome Many of our best customers started just that way They came to look and ended by buyingbut whether you buy a CENTS worth from us or not we shall be glad to see you Wo want your good will if nothing else SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford = = Kentucky Fire IFire Water Water I am prepared to handle the latter I can put on a tin roof that will keep all the water out of your house A gutter that will catch all the water A conductor pipe to carry it to your cistern Put upn Hasclden Filter that will not let anything through but wafer Absolutely the best cistern filter made and a pump that will pump water from the bottom of tho eart- hS H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky SHOES T il nOWhUWinglgrcntlinOOfFALramIWINTER1SHOES W E Perkins Grub Orchard xy THE INTERIOR JOURNALI E C WALTON COL W C P BRECKINRIDOE law sere statesman and editor died at hie home ID Lexington Saturday night of paralysis There were few If any more brlllUnt men In the State sod his death hat cast a loom not only over hla home but Kentucky as well He rep roeented the Ashland district In Coo for 10 years and held other offices of trust and boner Qe was a liberal con tributor to the Lexington Herald an his able editorials were much rout b after The burial took place In Lex ington yesterday afternoon Col Break Inrldgo was a brother of Judge R J Brecklnrldpe lie was born ic Balti more Aug 29 1887 and was 07 years of age He was the eon of Rev Robert Jefferson Brecklnrldge and Anne Sopboalsba Preston daughter of Gen Frank Preston of Virginia His moth er died In 1844 and bis father died lo 1871 Both are burled In the Lexing ton cemetery SUNDAYS Lexington Democrat waa a most creditable edition and one that the Lexington peoplo will likely pre serve for years to come It wee a splen did newspaper profusely Illustrated and each of Its 20 pagesbristled with racy news items or excellent wrlteup Wof Lexingtons etrongea and moat wide awake buslness men The cuts ueed were well printed and the paper was almost as much a thing of beauty as It no doubt wee a joy to Its thousands of readers TUB Louisville Poet Is cutting down to eome extent the lie It has beenprlnt lOll for ten years or more Instead of the words A Democratic Newspaper it has eubetltuted II An Independent Newspaper But tbo truth about the business the Poet la the worst repub lican paper published and democrats have long since learned to shun It alI they would a venomous viper IT seems a pity to have raced the Hon Henry Gasaawav Davis around tho Stateof West Virginia and having him make from 13 to 18 speeches a day and then havo it go for Roosevelt 32 002 and elect every republican candidate for Congress Somebody seems to have made a mistake as to the old gentleman winning capabilities FRANCE drinks the most wine and Belgium the most beer The United States as a consumer of spirits beer and wine rune far behind moat coon tries The latter statement Is strangely true when the fact that Kentucky Is in the United States Is considered CORNELIUS 21 BLISS treasurer of the republican campaign committee explains what he Is going to do with the 3100000 campaign fund be has left over but he refuses to explain where be got It from- ACCORDING to the latest census Spain has 11 million Illiterates to say nothing of the socalled scholars that are unable to read tbo signs of the times CLEVER CAPABLE clean Clarence Woods Is a candidate for mayor of Richmond and heres hoping that he will distance all who may run against himIADDITIONAL LOCAL N W PIPES shipped two carloads of mules to Atlanta from here today DONT fall to hear Dr James S Klrt lays lecture at Odd Fellows Hall Tues day night 29 Youll miss a treat If you do- LEAVE your orders early for Thanks giving We will run two wagons tosmorrow and make prompt delivery H Higgins TUE dryweatbeerrmaterially In terferrcd with bird hunting The t ground Is so dry the doge can scent birds scarcely at all TUURSDAY Is giving All ofI us have blessings to be thankful for 80I let us give thanks unstintedly to the Giver of all good and perfect gifts DONT forget the sale of J J Moore In Boyle county Friday Also that of Shelby Shelby next Tuesday 20ths and I C Browns sale Wednesday 30 See ads this Issue MR D J SMITH one of the best men in the East Ead and a democrat to tbeI core is a candidate for magistrate The democrats of that district should consider his claims when they vote Deo 3rd IF we were to bo asked whoso were the most massive minds 01 Kentuck lane of recent years we would readily answer Col W O P Brecklnrldgee and Col W G Welchs and they died in a abort time of each other Lexing ton Democrat I TUB democratic county committee Is requested to meet at the courthouse Wednesday next 23d at 1 p M The candidates for the various county offl sea are also requested to be present and draw for position on the ballot to be used Dec 3J as well as hand In their lists for election officer James F Holdam chairman BBE the Wonder the original Ho I Blast Stove at John Bright Jr Co T FULL ULOODED Urooze Turkey Gob blare for sale at S3 each Mre W P White Preachersvllle Ky 2t F K TRIDULE has ldhis grocery store In Danville to J W Mitchell and may retUrn to this county We sincerely hope be will T WHAT will be heralded as one of tbo greatest foot bill tames ever played on the local gridiron will be played tomorrow afternoon between the Stan ford Male and Female Seminary and thted team an they wllliflght hard to down the blue and gold and get the championship Although the Seminary team Is a little tbeyItry to overcome playing This will close the foot ball season aId there should be a good crowd out to tee the game I TUB following candidates have pall their entrance tees to the primary of Dell 3rd For judge James P Bailey and R C Warren for sheriff George DeBord T J Hill T D Newland S M Owens W L McCarty and J 0 Lynn for assessor Emmett MoCor maok W A Carson E D Kennedy J D Anderson and n O Allen for jailer W L Herrin and Dink Farmer for school superintendent Miss tate Bogle Garland Singleton and M E Pruitt county attorney W S Burch and J S Owsley Jr Messrs R L Hubble George B Cooper and J M Alversoa for State Senator county clerk and representative respectively had no opposition and will be declared the nominees for those offices tomorr- OW In the Stanford magisterial die trict the candidates for magistrate are J A Dudderar James Raines and H B Boone For constable Baker Walls and J Matt Martin In the Crab Orchard district DJ Smith Is the candi date for magistrate and there Is no candidate for constable In the Hut tonvllle district the magisterial candidates are Isaac Sheloy Sr O J Crow and Watt Dudderar No candidate for constable In the Wayneabiirg dis trict D R Aflame and J M Camden want to belmaglatrate and W G Haggard constable MATRIMONIAL Dr John D Clardy and wife aela brated their golden wedding at Bop klnsvllle yesterday Robert Mattlnglr of Paris and Mlts Loma Graves were marrledat thehome of the bride at Livingston- J S Cordtel and Miss Annie Logan Martin the pretty daughter of Mr Ben Martin of Rowland were married at Crab Orchard yesterday The groom Is In the employ of the L d N and la a steady Industrious young man The bride Is one of the belles of her section and an exceedingly fine young woman A most beautiful wedding took place Wednesday evening at 830 oolook at the home of Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid when their daughter Miss Jo sephlne was united In marriage to Mr Benry Banford of Chicago An aisle was formed by ribbons which were held by Mr James Reid brother of the bride and Mr William Danford brother ol the groom The maid of honor Mils Mary Reid entered first looking most lovely gowned in a dainty white net trimmed with garlands of rosebuds and carrying a bouquet of pink roses Then came the little lower girls throes Catherine Reid and Janie Letcher carrvlngjbaskete of pink flowers They were followered by the bride who entered on the arm of her father dressed In an exquisite costume of white chiffon cloth and carrying a shower bouquet of Illlles of the valleyI The tulle veil waa worn caught with a- pray of orange blossoms The groom entered with his beet man Mr Frank Lee and soon the pretty ceremony spoken by Rev Garrison of the Chris ian church was over and congratula done were showered upon the young couple Mr and Mrs Banford left at midnight for Chicago where they will gp at once to a home prepar ed for the bride Advocate To The Democrats fLincoln County As you know I am a candidate for- heriff subject to your action I desire to say that I have not and will not un der any circumstances enter Into any combinations ol any kind with any person Being an ardent democrat I do not believe In pools trusts and combl nations and I shall finish this race alone My record as an officer la well known and I am willing to allow my fitness for the position to be judged by the man ner In which I conducted tbeolllce dur- Ing the term that I held It I am also willing for yon to say whether I have earned this much reward by the services I have rendered my party since boy hood I therefore appeal to you to re member mo on the day of the primary election If fitness for the position and devotion to the party evidenced by long and bard work for It merits any reward I feel sure that I will receive the benefit of your suffrage for whlob I will be very thankful and If elected I promlBera8 heretofore to my best abU olllce in an acceptable manner S M GWENS- t Here and There W B Burton of Lancaster sold to Pipes Bra 55 mules to be shipped to Atlanta Kentucky State College played an 81 to 0 tune on Central University Satur day la Lexington J A Cowdery of Lyons Kas ship ped from Flemlag leer week 44 jacks a draft stallion and two mules the bunch costing 3500 An offer hat been made to the State Capitol Commission to soil tbo Hunt place In South Frankfort for 15000 for a alto for a new capItol Indiana University defeated Ken tucky University 27 to 0 Kentucky State College defeated Indiana Univer city 12 to 0 that looks good for K S C George H Merkel a wealthy manu faoturer of Cincinnati collapsed when told that Julius Schmidt his friend whom he had shot accidentally while hunting In Owen county bad died The big new barn of Ed ODanlel in the St Mary neighborhood of Marlon coiintv together with 62 Hot mule three horses txvo milk cows 1000 bushel of corn and farming lippleuiants were totally destroyed by fire Judge Fryer granted n mandatory In junction at Qyotblaoa to compel tbA election commissioners to oouot the 54 votes oast In Loll precinct for J B Bennett republican candidate for Con grew The ease will probably be taken to the appellate court PBDIURBED Belgian Hares lor sale Mrs W J Edmlston Crab Orchard TO LADIES Ladle baring any fincy work they web to dispose of will plaice MHJ me en or before myschADgeJSee a f liir urttxr Information at my bom on Lancaster street Mas O L OARTBK HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT rJoDJaDrte Large ranitsi and good oatbtldlgsloin U I RU K I cklad U For Sale or Rent My farm ef IMS aero S cad onebait TroomkobuegrForWilliam IlMUiQTllU JAMBS PltYlt- nttstanvnla Ky WANTED OUkkenHighest I UDNOUTIICOTTI Farm For Sale I On account of Hlbaaltb I desire to tell privately mv farm of IN acre located In 4g of HtMtoaville Hoed Isnpraveeienta fruit Howr tailing wul r Will nil aiwhole or Small house on lower part 0 B IIAltNBT- TllMtorllle Ky A S PRICE Surgeon DontlDt satnford Kj mGtotr MeBotwrtt Drug Store In tbt Ovslsy BolldlDC R A JONES DENTIST Stanford i Ky Office In Myers Houio Parlor Phone 01 I AT AUCTION I I I will at Milt Warrens storebouse on Cheitnut Ridge 3 miles South of Ottenbelm on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1004 Sell at auction a lot of mens overcoat boys overcoats ladles rainy suits ladies capes one ladles saddle and other EYerloodIDYltedladlesmences at 10 4 U sharp J I CHANDLER Auct PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public outcry next county court day Dec 12 1901 In frunt of the courthouse at 11 A rf the twostory frame dwelling and lot containing about 1 acre on Lon avenue and occupied by John 8 Owitley Jr The house contains 8 rooms hall two verandas pantry 2 cellars etc cistern on lot and hydrant In yard Good stable and necessary outbuildings Urna mental and fruit trees In yard Terms Half cash balance In 13 months SAMUEL E LAOKEY For further particulars see W A Trib ble Stanford Kv Tothe Insuring Public Having had a loss under Policy No FI 137708 of nome Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend the above promptandliberalbetter and I dare say few ax good They do- DO deduct ono fourth from your ai some would have you believe but willingly indemnitythator Assessment Companies For further par ticulars In regard to Mutual or Assessment Companies addrois me M OHKIN Muniiir Klngsvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will tail at my rest dunce on the IMnvlllo Sc Iarryvllle turnpike on FRIDAY NUVRMUER 26 1001 At 0 oclock AJ the following Implements consisting of 1 binder 1 inoirlug muchtof good al new 1 hay rake I corn pianteril big harrows2emoothIng pl m nt8 too nume1 IIM to mention Riot of line mixed hay Ia stark corn and sheaf grallehultersooand some stork hugs 1 4 yearold mule good worker 1 Jyeuruld saddle and hal news maro 10 year otd saddle and IInr ueMtnure J J MOORS KyT I The Famous Shoe for Worijei I Sets the Shoe Fashions Queen Quality is the One Shoe for Women which is Made so That it Fits the Foot Justo Like a Parismade Glove Fits the Hand For Ease Elegance and Service I Queen Quality is Without an Equal r t I Queen Quality offers twice as many styles for your Choice as I any other Shoe If you want to see your foot look a I full size smaller buy a pair of Queen Quality Shoes I 4l t Cummins McClary I STANFORD KENTUCKY I ts a E D PeytonDBA- LKU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford PUBLIC SALE 1 rte1 will sell at public outcry at the Mrs Annie Uarlan farm four miles from Danville one mile from HedgevlIIe on Danville and on- WElNgSHAY NOV t01001 The following property Seven good work mules 2 extra mare coming four years old T horses one trotting bred mare with foal to Bernadotte 129 12 Sao or 4M barrel of corn In crib 100 bushels of hemp from one straw stack 60 T5 luuadhoatsoneweanlingcalf two milk Implement cows one fleeting binder one hemp cutter one season one disc breaking plow one Ollvercbllled plow one disc cultivator one tooth barrow one corn shelter one farm wagon three sets ol plow gear one extra nice set of harness one wheat fan two buggies household and kitchen furniture talc begins promptly at 10 A M Terms made known on day of T D English Auct 1 O UIIO- WNPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting ashing or any kindprossecute passing on our places and tto the full extent of the law J Z Snoonnraore T M Holmes H F Newland J II Camenlich Ieter Dalmer W11 Johnson Mrs Mary Olven David Stephens James M White and wife Oarson 111 Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch n A Lawrence Frank Cordier Mrs A D Root Sam F Reynolds Morgan O T Wlllson Charles Ensslln J H McAllster Mrs Kate Ador Reichenbach Bros Fred VonOruenlganAlbert VonOruenllCan Fred VonAllman Alfred Simpson George llolmee Miss Mattie II Hewes E Relehenbacb W A oolmsEAmon lou M J Hoffman M D more W barter J Nevln Carter akeJJc+ McCbMY UiTt E i EMBALMERAnd EABNESS SADDLXKY aco Stanford Ky i I VM wont Your Money To buy the most We want your trade J will moneyin andtTime Hrwtdcloth we oll rat S 1 tsar ynnl in the belt to be hud Utter tytnithe regular SI 25 Compare it with others Our lOinrli Mohair in all colon Rt dtlc peryHnl k the regular Vtacttt quality exehtshlettererGood W pnlrLadies 2fic up lo 81111 gmiHiit Ladies and Mens Sloes from USe to 8360 per hair iChildrens Shoes from 1fie to 8175 jMir pair fContts tShirting Cotton mom 5c to 15c por yard 1 Ladies lockets from 175 to 815 eachtMens Hats from 48o to 83 each Boys Clothing from 81 to 5 por suit Splendid line of Ladies Belts Purses Side and Back Combs Jet Collars Ladies 1 t GlovesHosiery I thebestTHE GRAND LEADEROWBLEY ULOCK M B Logy 8 Co WATCH OUR Ails S B Levy Owing to the busy season in our Jewelry Store I will havo to tltEOOlo Boar my visits to Stanford until Spring Headaches granulated lids stys pain in nod around tho oyoe n6rUIIBVnote etc are often the results of eye strains Wo stralglmnjerpesml Q without the knifo wiissors or pain Wo use no madloino In examination dr t treatment of tho oyos nor do wo perform any surgical oporatlon Jleenlts Count Dr Murray fitted glnssoe for mo that ImvoJglvtn mot porftjct satisfaction moro than any I over hail Thoglnssos fitted fbr my 1Jaunt Mre Duddorar of MoKtnnqj are it satisfactoryLimnna ICyc nptiOIli t Thankiug tho pooplo for their lihoral patronage V i Dr E lie Murray r 11OIhthnlmologist IHome Office With Murray McAdams Danville Ky 3 1 e o c o 1 BLANKETSenatset Those frosty mornings mnko the house wife examine hor supply of Bhtnk eU atOll Comforts If it needs replenishing let us show you some good val ues in blanket at C8o 76e 8100 8160 8200 8860 to 8060 COMFORTS r Soo the oxtra size comforts at 8160 8200 und 250 Fine Silkalinc Laminated cottonfilled 04 ciao nt 8260 j SEVEERAI CE srrANFORD THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 00 BTANFOItn Kv Nov 22 1001I TRY Punny Cold ream lor ih iktD and We sell yoyr M ujntlon Mi tbs eiet antaadmdtoal gash Web of tbli presrvative and uk JM i- igive It a trial Prlo lOcI a Ur Pat Oita Orl Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS MRS J S RICR li quite flirt JOHN UAKBY lion the lrt tit DMI09OB DAIUIY Ic took from Coy ItiKton J R NBVitS of LanoMUr wee hire Sunday MRS B D KBKKKOY li III wig ma Urlal few Miss SARA UACGHHAW to Tlitrt e h l8lonyllleUlt COOK U In Chicago at Madia tMMrt MM JULIA CHAR nwratd from LHIm I1awrIY rites STBU nOPLBT to rBK bar iltwr st P lrt- Miee IUA HOLDAI 01 Orab Orabard li with Miss Mss Cook MMBDAMMtIlt BioiiTa d K S Lytle wore hero yeuerday MRS JF UwMTli hk fmoo a rlilt In relatives In iMlla a P J JoNtes of OtUR Stlpfcur kMIIB solwlg SawrlAy BRADUnr ip atMr ralday at ItingsvIlle with he pareaw + MK HOWARD Claetan has gene late the coal tHMloMt at East BiraiUdh MR J S PBTTC8 of SprlifrM li with the fcwwfoU In the B H B d- MR M 0 LBVYot LwiUrtlle where with hIs brother Mr S B Levy BARRY OAMNIT ef UtmeaTlll Il tork at tie Marwra Hotel at OoUra fela UGH a O WlLUAUS of Ml Var soft WM bare al leas bwlas WrdryI of BWMoo- I IOK FDKA BoculPlAIC viiiI WM a Mr tea MiHeI arta man RIMIERT ADAMS sad family have moved from Mt VrM to Crab Or blrdI UUANOMUVANDiiVBHKbai talc en a poittlen ai taUHlady at John P Jone BntToK SAM w MBNRFBK and G Iortsr Crow of DiavIHe were hero Sunday SrooMAMonn la bankUnestK10 bites from a vlilt to frlepdfl and rtlatUsi at t Bubble Mil S A niXON of Lebanon Juno Rowland tlon ipejit several days with friend at 0 MRS KATE MHLBII of Lexington ipent everal days with friend and rel atlvet here JUDaIC JAMBS P BAILEY le back from Covlngton where he loft hU who tome better- Jt M WALLIN of Crab Orchard wag i on yeiterdayi train en route to Dale man Mon to make his homo Rv n W Wiuiuiw and wife of Burgln arrived today to bo the RUBIW of Rev P J Uo and family MR D M ORRIOIITON and pretty daughter Mill BlUabelh OrelRhton wore here from Klncavllle todayM- lBSMATTIBOltEBNEHUHa Of Lou liflllo was the guest of her brother Emlle Oreeneburu of the Highland section Mu CAIHJELL D WOODS formerly of tbU onico has secured a good poal tlon with the Blue Grass Grocery at Gynthlana t Mit EPIC WOODS and wife spent eev t oral days In Lexington with MUi Sue Taylor Woods tholr daughter who It attending Campbell flaeorman Col logo V MRS W P WALTON and children of Lexington came over today to upend with homefolko Myna Linda Owsley who has boon visiting her returned with her MR J C LYNN will move Into the residence on VIM Main street just va i J catod by Rev and Mm Jr W Kagln jMra Allco Cloyd and Miss Etta Belle Pi will continuo to occupy rooms In the house OLBVBU Bu SHHKMAN M of T on the Ql C was here last week attend- Ing court It comet as natural for Mr s 8 to make friends as It does for him to look after the thousands of trains on 1roadMR MRS A B BUNDLISY are Into their new home on thenlOY fur Mr Thomas MetH and family will take pOaBeealon of the HundUy proparty Immediately t t Danville News Mn Goo 1SLLW will leave the first the year to Heeept a position with the Kdeewood Distillery Co of Olnolaniul Qe has been with fl J MeHobarW for several years cad hit mar triad rare reertH to see him leave- LOCALS o STOP and look at oar good thugs 0Ieat W H tliCRlB MONS oorduroy pants were II DOW I nil Grand Leader WATCIIM and otook a la larger yarleI llei than ever W B Maalkr OUIt will onThursday I ThankiBlvlBR day W n IHRglns I DONT fall to attwd John P JontJ opening Friday and Saturday ibis week ttoooit lembcr of all klexh loran p014 aad ibtuftWe for self by R J M Rol rtt TRY aLlele Reiner It ym want a good W fit ey for ThaakiKlrlDg Oeo n Farrllk Co r OrtrrciW raaberrltw Ottory frost of all klsMi Mtk sake for TbaoksKlv iDf at J T JOHt A Oei THH Lselai Aid SMletjr of tbe Pras byurlan ohsnL will HMtt with tel raw H MtjRcawt at X r M Friday OUR Hoe 01 Cbrltitoat goods will be opal for year loipetUtoa Dee Sad Come early and jrttMrsi pick Ueorge B Farris a Ce I VAHNMTLT reqaott ray frleadi to remember me is te raee for assessor I have eomblned with no rasa and will sot W A Carton MY seleaUoa ef solid gold Jewelry snob at breoebftf oar buuose locket rites ate oust be twin to be appra stated W n MtMltor PaK THAHIWOIVINO Orurs Ml cry oraabvrrleit vaporattxl prune pare Baetarlo and outer tblair too uroaroui to iseMtloe Gee II Farris 0er Tile 0 per seat wilt be added to your taxes If not paW bv DM 1 Alt eaanot pay oa Nov 30th to some In now and get year reoelpt M B Baugbman tberllT GOAL have that will not clog up your cook stove coal that burns good and coal that will bold lire overnight Como while vou can get this kind J Q Baucrbman Co WHILE hunting Friday afternon Mr Urlab Albright of the Rail End roll Bis Run discharged and most of tho flesh on bit left arm between the wrltt sad tho elbow was torn off For tunately the bone wee not Injured TllK Moca and Java coffee that was served at W Q Dlgglnf Ian Thurs lay and so delighted the ladles was from Chase l Sanborn Chicago Ill one of the largest cotTeo firms In the world The ooffeo was highly compli mented by all A One line always on hand WITH the Christian church recently painted and frescoed and tbo Presbyte rlan and Baptist churches In the bands of decorators It will be teen that our Rood people do not neglect their houses- It worthlp to their credit bo It sold It It tbo Methodists time next to make Improvements and we predict they will not linger long behind the procession TUB precinct committeemen elected yesterday are Stacford No1 J A Hammond 2 T A Rice 3 W H Shanks 4 A C Dunn Hustonvllle No 1 Q C Baughman 2 Geo D Weath erford 3 J M Carter Sr Crab Orchard No 1 J W Guest 2 Joo Magee WaynesburR No1 Mack MaKenzle 2 Dr C M Thompson J H Carter They will meet hero Monday end elect a chairman buI1ncsthe business there This will enable htm to devote hli entire tlmo to hit practice Ho expects to have bit ar rangements fully completed In Cincin nati in a week or two and will then be In hU oQloe again We have it pretty straight that the doctor Is to get a royalty oo hit uap advertising business that will make him a very rich man in a few years We aro glad of hit good luck Buy regret to Rive up his printing business which has kept one or more presses runptnR agood share of time A Strict Censorship Nover tako a case said Horace Mann to a young lawyer unless you boliovo your client is right and your cause is just This advise we endeavor 4o adopt in our advertisements We buy of reliable houses and sell to you believing the goods aro reliable anti make good any article not us represent ed This accounts for the absence of blunder bus advertising hi this elrtco SON I Thanksgiving BBTTKK read our posted ooluma before you RO hunting AX asMrtatmt of artistically hand 1 paiatttd obloa at Muellers I OUR store will be olostd Thanksgiv ins Joha Bright Jr I Oo REMEMBER your levitation to the opening We expect you John P JUMM MICHS saddle IIONe bIaBkete and lap rebee In great variety at J 0 Mo Clarys BOYS all wool sum age 0 to 10 years worth el tpotial prlaa 92 70 Grand Leader SRVJgAL dense purely bred Drown LKDOrn bees for isle 0 A Swine uroad Badgenlioa xR lIav putaanew line of tout at lower prims that aver offered Call awl ta It W H Higgins MBNS1 OMtom made 15 trouser tble week 9WO Mess aaatom made 84 trfijiMrs this wk tS 79 Grand Leader FORRltNT rbonwIduMH on We Male skeet JoK raeatcd by E O WI ton Immediate poHftfloe Mark UI din A TWOYEAROLD soa Of Moses nero ry of the Oalot Well section died of membranous croup aad was twirled Sunday 0 HUKK a COrnY told to Mr Tarter oflho WaynMbnrg8 oUoB their lOt tags and 41 sense of land near Mordant for 11900 WR more that the hurl on the tone tale In frost of the courtbouse be ttratgkUnod sp or takt c down It Is not only unsightly but danJerou as it II KXCHAMUR The ladlesthe Fairview BapUst ohuroh will have an ex obaBge In the storeroom In the Blmore block ooxtdoor toUoUharta Friday DM Sad- Tilt BUCHANAN Crab Orchard Ne gro Is In jell obargod with stealing Itoves from tbe colored Baptist and Christian churches of that place In justice to Mr Timothywe will state that the ttovet were not red hot We desire through your valuable ptpnr to expret our heartfelt thanks to tbe many friends for their loving kindness and sympathy towards us In the death of onr dear daughter Viola who It at rest Mr and Mrs C Vanoy I OR one of my deputlet will be at WaynctburR Saturday Nov 26 King vllle Monday Nov 28 Hustonvllle Tuesday and Wednesday Nov 29 and 30 Crab Orchard Saturday Nov 20 to collect taxes M S Daugbman sher ItT T AT Crab Orchard Saturday night Jet so Mulllns shot and wounded Jesse Guest alto colored Tbo ball struck him a glancing lick over the heart His Injuries are not serious Marshal Rld dlo turned him over to Jailor Borne Sunday L l N CRANu itsMrR C Mor loon of Louisville has been made ae sistant superintendent of this division with headquarters at Livingston Fred Flshback who was train dispatcher here ago but who has been Mas ter of Trains on the Short Line hat boon made Masterof Trains of tbeMalnI Line To MY FRIENDS AND VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY As my opponents have appointed deputies and knowing that no one man can do the work I have ROOO in with Mr Emmett Mo Cormack to win and divide the oRlce of assetior equally with him A vote for him means a vote for me and It will be appreciated by both of us If elect ed we will in person take your list O Wood ICmCUIT COCKT The grand jury adjourned after returning only 14 Indict ments the smallest number in years 011Ollerworking on tbe Queen fc Crescent was given a verdict of 810000 Ho sued for 936000 A judgment of ISO was given G T Owens against the same railroa- ompany Mr Owens got bit foot hurt while acting as the company agent at MoKlnnev Bill Lee colored was find 200 for running a Rambling houio Flag proof root paint at W N Craigs Pharmacist GLASSES to fit the eye and frames to- IL the fete at Dr V N Craigs Phar maolst SMITH WELCH an aped colored nan of Crab Orchard was run over bjB frilght train votterday inprnloij and Instantly killed TllRRH will be a box r supper lo tbe courtroom at Crab Orchard Thanks giving night the proMedt te go to the Christian church Everybody Invited I WILL have no pets In tbe collection of taxes If you wait until December Itt to get your tax receipt the six percent will be added It matters not who YOU are M S Baugbraan sheriff TUB ladle of the Presbytorlan church will have an exchange Nov 33 In Mr MoRoberts1 store They will nave on sale everything tbat Is good and appetising for a Thanksgiving din oar Open promptly at 10 oclock All otoit oordlally Invited A SUccetaBTbeentertainment for the oeaeBi of the library fund of tbe Graded School Friday evening was a dMldOd ettoMM In evert particular Ttt first number given was a piano so lo by Miss Kate Water Tbe plea WAS well executed aad elicited applause The second number was a Chorus by tbe second gradeTle sad to ben Little Girl trained by third teach or Milt Annie McKinney The Bach elors Dream Pantomime In which Mr George Elliapiaved tbe roll of a drowsy and impervious devotee of sin gle blestednest was one of the moil graceful parts of the performance The following ladles beautifully and appro prlately gowned tried their fasolnn clone on tbe aforesaid bachelor Orl entlal Girl Daisy Phillip Ireland Alma Reynolds Jbnao Beale Yantis Praooenoea Jooee GermanyMar tart Warren Scotland Josephine Brady Eoglaad Kate Penoo Spain Helen lMaellY Columbia Dora Penile Oupld Nancy Bnan Mitt Mar garet Lewis and her pupil Mle Nel lie Barren and Harry Elobenberger added greatly to tbe evenings success by rendering several mandolin and gut tar selections Tbe flrat grade confer red honor upon themselves and their teacher Miss Lewis by singing a very sweet chorus Cot Carters One Leg Jed Goose was splendidly told by Rug tall Brown In Negro dialect Russell has pasted the amateur state A Cln olnnatl gentleman pronounced the young mans dialect version the very best be over heard Villi kens and bl- Dlnlb a tbadow pantomime by Mletet Kite Raney and Grace Brady and Mae tcra John M Water and Elliott Jones was one of tbe popular features of the evening Mite Nancy Yeager acquit ed herself most creditably In the recita tion The Cross Teacher The cli max of the evening was reached when the Sniggles Family was Introduced The following young ladles of tbo High School composed the cast of characters Widow SolggleeLo Grand Jones The CoquetteSara Dunn One Af llcted Roea Alcorn The Aesthete Ida Moore Prima DonnaMary Mob Icy PatbetloSoulFulaumeMcGulre- ElocutnrBeeeie Yantis Graceful Girl Claudia Eaton The Giggles Mary Burob Miss Lo Grand Jones presided over this aggregation of wit pathos beauty and female loveliness with rare hlttronlc ability Every part was done to perfection but space forbids mention of tbe excellent hits made Sufllce It to say that the soft was a pleating finale end climax to an eve ning of genuine humor Miss Waters and Mist Lewis and pupils interspersed the evening program with a number of musical selections all of which thawed genius and training and which were full appreciated and applauded The teachers and pupils of tbe Graded School were highly gratified at the Iplendld audience which greeted them The receipts amounted to 2130 Apart of this sum was used to make tbe heal payment on the encyclopedia pur based last year There It now money enough on hand to buy a nice book case and other equipment for school Locals continued on 2nd paces i BLUE GRASS FARM FOR RENT Iarm of about 00 acres on Danville Ave Schouldknown all 7 rooms with bust of cisterns and all nee M sary outbuildings The farm ftandndroath well Call on Mr N M dooJknlght at I llroniugh Oalloy Cottage now occupied by Judge DRESS GOODSer- nsaea We are showing about 12 styles of this seasons new weaves and colors 38 inches wide at fiOo a yard Fancy Mohairs in Brown Blue and Black at 60o n yard UNEKWEAR Dont forgot our stock contains many good things in Underwear fur you See the childrens union suits at 25c and 50c Ladies union suits at JOo 75ot and 8100 2 hearty Holiday Opening This Week Fridayand Sat Nov 25 26 1 We have taken greater pains than ever before in the selection of Holiday Goods many of them having been picked from the foreign markets Be sure to come and you will witness the choicest display of goods lever brought to this market Open 10 A M Friday morning r stomas era I John P Jones 0 00 THE WALKOVER possibly advertised to 8 HoJMRoberts 0 THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth Seasonable Goods Bargain Salo of Sweeter Pembrook C Coof opportunity occurs advise all who to come us earlyus possible attend greatest wo ever Ladles Furnishing Goods worth SIA nUll 820 are on sale 8460 to TfiO uptodate Jackets S3 to S10 now solo 230 to 54 and hisses worth 150 up to are now on solo at to 82 48 Ladios corsets lOo up Latest stylos of petticoats from up and coarse at KSc arid up 350 and 84 Shoes are the best and best known line of Mens now known the We them in Yici Velour Calf Alaska Calf Enaiu ei and Patents oc our window of From the Great New York This is an which seldom We can to this tho sale have offered Ladies tailor rondo suits at Ladies on at Ladios Skirts 85 08o from 50c Ladies dross Shoes Shoos trade have Mens and Childrens furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoes fnr obildronifrom ISc up Ions Dross andwork ing Shoes from 8fio up Men Cloth ing fromJSS suit up Mend nice Overcoats from 250 up Mens Sunday Pants from 70o up Chil drens nice threopieoe suits from 75c uPBo8drens anti Ladies Stockings from 4c up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY TiffllHTEHlORJODRHALl II trltred n the port O9 Ce at Stanford 01 K mclelan waiter I L UaACLru ava Fridpa- ar l PERYEAR CASH jn Whenottopetde30Owlllbeabar 4 0- l KNOXVILLE DIVISION Noll Train going North wm 101pmI N2SIINj23 is South hIII im 10 n pm BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce ttc Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is Horses on commissIonI Stock Pens In Connection J H BOONE ft COJ Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBUE Stanford KvIGood Livery Service at Ksonable Rates Mao Dealers InCall on UI on Depot Street Ooal JIIitlWau SaloonI COOD RICE Prors 1 Vlne t wines whuky and beers Special wboleeale dealer Lexingtons famous Blue Oras Deer Gate keg and bottled O Broot Southwood mixer Phone 8e Stanford il- yJar21 Traglor DIlLtR IK WHIsKu Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc I Oarptntcr House 01010 to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt out attention N otblac but the bee tsdrlBic Mill phone cr tellllraph orders receive croavt attention Pruitt Brothers Undertakers LIvery FurnI turo Have a special line of Hues for tbe Hotl flavs Winter Robes Uulidlng Paper Sash and Doors tllase out ICDlstle Mrs O D Irultt liana nice line and Winter illllloery PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE G CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AIt person wieblegW buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number- of fin Lincoln and adjoining county farms for tale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you desire to sell place it In oar bands Office at Boon Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R B hIaPoaylInsurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of tbe property owners In the Counli e of Boy Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking In urance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low rot pnesible rates are guaranteed Puoii8P2 stanford Kent- uckyUVER TROUBLESP my on 1100 with doctors Hisall tbemed lolne I keMR8 CAltOLINE MARTIN Parktrabnrf W Va If your liver does not act ularly to your and secure a package of ThedfordiIHlackDrauclit and take a dose This great family constipatedbowels and caused a healthy secretion of bile Tbedfordg BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid coldbiliousness chills invites and fever and all manner of sick ness andoontagion Weak kid iifyj result in Bright disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Tuedforda lack ranjllt should always be kept In the bouse I seed Thedfords Blank Draught for liver and Hclny corn excelItblehead Ill THEDFORDS 6LAfDRAUGUT j R C WARREN a anlMate for judge of the Lincoln County eeun subject fc Ute actftn of the dtenpatkpatty- JAS P BAILEY a cdUl far rtttocSw as Iwic of the Ltatrt County Court subject to me ctkm o Ute Deaocnt pity THOMAS D NEWALND 8R- ltctnJUatfrSlicfMt Uncetn county III JCI Ie Us action f the deaoaaUc party GEORGE W DeBORD It a callaUale for Skull II UncMn etMty abp- cI t Ibe atttm of DM ticaocunc party T JEFF HILL SR a canlUat for Skcriff of Itaoobi county suble l till acttoa ef the deaxxraUc party JESSE C LYNN It acinJUite for sheriff ef Lincoln county subject 10- JIIuctlGD of U democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS subjecbDINK FARMER It a candlJatt for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to action of the Democratic party WIRENNIN u a candidate for Jailer subject to the actlen of lh- ileeocatic party MEREDITH E PRU ITT It a candidate r Sepes4nteoleat PuWc SdeNh if Lincoln Oounty subject to the teflon ef the demo title party MISS KATE BOGLE II a caalldak lot statt of PaWk Sehib of LlnrM couty JWlect Ie tile aUita of the de mttt party GARLAND SINGLETON la a aedldab Mt reellctlall fir SeprMtektu 01 tiSdbNs of LMceI arty cowry sebpp b lilt K JAMES D ANDERSON li a MsdUatt for Atsciwr of UtvcMn CMHHV cab Jett to Ute actlM of the iMcfatlc roan D C ALLEN II a catkiate for Assasse of Unosbi CMnry sib- Jett to the actloo1 the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK sibledtW A CARSON swItcttoE D KENNE Y caWectoJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR ysubjectWSBURCH- I a senses for CewMy Attorney of I Mesia eetr rye Mr ct to the aUNm of the =parry W L M CARTY sa1JcbJAMES A DUDDERAR illshklJ 1JOf D R ADAMS Waysesbnagdistrictobjectto party ISAAC SHELBY SR lea caahle for Marictesee in the IlesvIIlt rtijct Mbjtct to tile ictkw ol the fewMntk pews Fr roof If fxwthuM and eteetad vf tootleal10 as to be In chMe touch wWi tile peopb JAMES H RAINES Ie a candidate for Justice of tile Ptoc of the Statr rtd MiSlstwiiiDfsvlct subject to MM Dtaocntk 1S t N t BAKER WALLS S a usMab for ooHiW of tile Staid District subject to HM aWin of HM fewcraHc pit ery Dee J 1904 WATT M DUDDERAR lIa ctmiUttt IK Magistrate la the tlMtaiivttfe dhv tanNMafs1er MasT 01 DocJ 4 0 J CROW- s CIIdIiWe far Justice of the l ace stub lice nvlee Maglbrisl Dstd t Mibjtct to the acts of ilia aoenrk Dec j root J MAT MARTIN- i a candidate for Covetable of the Stanford list ilet subject to the action of the demo ratio primary DM L Valuable Property For Sale Ten acre of land a twostory front 7 room cottage The house II Dew A plers- did garden and orchard There Is large mill on tile place a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural power ls great economy In running the mill Doell a splendid business Everything U In good repaIr and has all necessary out bulld- Ige Tbe owner only reason for selling I the rash of other badness as nil hIlS ex nslve farming Interest to look after Thll property la on the lianglpr Fork about miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars ad roes S 0 Thurmond Lytle Ky or L It Hughes Stanford Ky J Le Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODIALnSIH Furtiitnrc3IattinjjaHngu They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right BTANFOED KENTUCKY PAINT LICK Tho new warohouio Is about completed Chris MoWbortor shipped severs oarloade of boils tram this place las week Bgc are worth 220 butter lie and turkeys lie Cora Is being delivers at180A church wee orcanlM here during Rev L Q Martlna meet- log with 64 members Sundayeohoc every Sunday mornlnp at 10 oclock- A graded school at this place Is balm talked of again This la one of tbo best places In the State for such a icbool and U la hopad that we will soo have one- Ecnry Arnold of Ford U the Rues of his parents Mr and MM Ike Arnold Mrs Paltle Eogleman Is In Rlch mood with her sister Mrs E N Nor rte who li quite sick Mr C Sbumat continues quite 111 Dr F M Walker Guy Rice and Willis Adams have beer hunting In the mountains Jack Adams of Lancaster was here on bust nets Mrs Ernest Woods will leave In a few days for Mexico where the wll spend the winter This community was greatly shocked to learn of the death of John N Smith which occurred at his home In Devall Ark Nov V Be bad been eufferlm with stomach trouble for some time but was taken with pneumonia and lit ad but eight days Mr Smith left thl plane In January thinking to be boae 8tied by a change of climate He leaves a wife nod eight children three of whom are down with fever and In thnir great lots they have much sjm pathy LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Col Underwood sold to Dr Ai Ran kin 20 mule colts at 167 Col Lanbam raised 38 ears of corn that weighed 100 pounds J D Uooch sold to John Bright Jr a lot of corn at 12 26 delivered FOR SALE Twohorse sweep power new at ball price This otllcc St Thirty yearling cattle for sale Wit weigh 800 pounds and are extra good M M Sandldee Mtlledgevllle IyI Mrs M F North of the West End sold to T W Goooh and A M Bourne 183 turkeys for ISM SO She has 60 of the good birds left A yellow Jersey cow with very shot horns and about 11 years old left mj place about Nov 12 Reward for her return J C Roblneon Hubble Ky At a sale near Lexington cows aver aged lAO mules sold at 1136 to 1160 horses about same yearling helfere 9 5 to ISO hogs about Be corn 2 16 fodde XOc sorghum II 15 bay 810 to SIS For satisfactory raaiona Plp s Bros did not take the 36 two year old melee they bought of L S Tart but IL prov ed a good thing for the latter gentle man who took them to Atlanta aDd cleared 200 more than he woald hart I bad they received them- DANVILLitCOURTAbout an aw age crowd attended soars at Danvllli yesterday but business was quiet A considerable number of cattle were 01 the market but there was little or oc demand The horse market was dull but the demand forrnules was good PERILS OF LAND AND SEA Capt Willnefs Remarkable Es cape shows what to do in time of Trouble For many team Capt Vtillnefsays the Times ot Gloucester Mate was one of the best known seamen In tlio Gloucester fleet The catarrhal troubles which he suffered for 16 years made him dread the nights at sea being unable to lie down tad sleep on account of the constant catarrhal dropping Captain Wlllnef went to different hot iltals for treatment but could get no inline benefit Ho constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble eetme so unbearable and nauseating that bo was ashamed to go out in company When despairing of ever getting relief his wife purchased a llyomel outfit for him and trying it before going to bed he enjoyed the first wholo nights sleep for 10 years Capt Wlllnef says I have used less than two battles of lyomel and have been cured by the remedy IIvnmei kilt the germs of catarrh nd makes Tatting and permanent cures cnny sells llyomei under his personal guarantee to refund the money if It does not give quick relief A tire at Bridgeport Pa burned ome bee hives not long ago and over 00000 bees were destroyed As soon 68 the fire abated the surviving bees sewed to form themselves Into an am ulanca corpa und removed all tbe In Jared and dead bee from tbe blvet Tbe new haroeea which the Khedive of Egypt ordered In Boglund some time 61l0 Is the roost costly aver made for- four horses It Is valued at 10000 Pa whats a prolonged coottlptf Its something youll nevar be able- to understand my dear until you grow up and get married II ChtmboilalnH Stomach and LiverTab lets are brooming a favorite for stomach roubles and constipation For sale by all druggists = I LBT E H Beszley butcher your t pgt He will wait on you any time aDd kill cheaper than you CODIt 4 IUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH II Having decided to quit thn buggy bUll new I w Ill tell for the noxtee days at cot for clUb o car load of HugRlee Burro Phaetons and Iluckboardt alto a lot of harness They are all the latmt style Rnd best make Part of the vohlole are rubber tired Come to sec tun and get a bar gain at once before they are all gone OUHT1S OOVFlt Crab Orchard r For Sale Privately hone and li acres of land Uuated just outside of town limits on the Somgn- pike house has T roooM kitchen and eer vkntt room good cellar stage and an necessary outbuildings Water bydront In the yard and one for stock J P HAILKV The New Mason Note RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHtJOABS rroprlitsrE- ltctric Lithe In every room R fuml htJ and unJerenUrt Ntw MiMctni Bab the favorite porter meets aN hams Urge WnIHghltJ Sample Rot HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOn SALE I I desire to sell privately trr hotel prorxi ty and livery stable In lluntonrlllo talk leg can be wed ai hotel or private reetdtm and k well arranged for two fitmlllm 81 ble has 10 stalls and It In good repair list ty water at tarn and hotel boas Is Met told by Jaa 1 will rout it and ecu give pa teMloB on tlist lat Can give wait- of barn If rented orsold IIIVM Iloose and barn newly ostr 110 11 It In orated School district Poe bribe articular call on or address D OAUPKNTBR IlMitootllle Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Havln been In the Tailoring buelaw alt my life I feel cnnfldtut ia saying I repreeent one of the beet tailoring Irms In the country With my experience In taking measures and dltOlOM I ghe your clothes are bound to be satlifaolo as ay many patrons In this line will bear me out My prices are the same asine porlonced men who are in tbe bunnci I also have a nice line of fancy oheyiot and other aultlngb I will cut and make If you desire at a moderato price Than ing you for past favors I am yours II CRUPLEY the Tailor Just What You Want a The saarveltoa w Mle I eaUrUlntr I am gMt for the save of Tbe Victor as Columbia Grand hiss Oropbapiione a114 BecoHte kc tU least talbtnc a sl Rl IIJ machine SMdo llllr tbe bMntlful ltorecord band reseed orcbe iris record BtaleqoartaMa records song reoeds banjo record violin rocordt All tbe e recon are gives In a true nature tope I will teU ro a aaeblae fur cash with discount or on IntUllmttaM on aaay monthly payment 1 will av you money In this u grate csmloal InttrMBtent ever Invented a or address TUOUAS O I1ALU Alt Stanford Lincoln Jo Ky Lock box fS FARM FOR SALE I I desire to sell my tars of lit acre e lIe Danville J liMtoovUle peak TIle 1iM is alrkb slaw of cwltlvatloe fairly wall improved watered with three sever falll iprtsgs cad ay rued In fact you hat toeee the place tounderotand the many cos venlrace I wart to tll IB next 30 day 1 Him want to sell my stock eoltlsg of n Jonew fed 1 a111 yon old J jack t jack colts seven mare and mile I race than and colt I standard bred mare by UtmtMlta Wllkof I horse mulcts wrll broke that have a little detect but are good worker will well tbem rot f 1W If soil at once wilt Mil farsi and stock together or epa rately Any one wanting a farm and eat twill well to Mil at once and tecure sae of the nicest and heat located fares hi Ule aunty I alto have M btHhets d see rye for Sala II n lraNa Morolsmtl itl PUBLICSALE ON WHDNBSDAY DBa T 1MI I will Mil at INbUc Auction at say home on eraewry 11111 Stanford the foffowteg a brood wares good workers and Md lew find In foal two of them tCMrmsii tae to jack 1 threeyear old t alog Tearold MyearlloKeatUe M fat hog 2t good stock ews bred to beck IM barrel of corn MO shocks fodder 9 sows And 17 shoat rows wagon and barns s bug- pv and harness lot of farming implement ontehold and kitchen IHr UDe aifalowing machine etc Terra Under SID eath In hand over thAt moast credit of I month wltnout lntere t food necotlable note payable at the Firs atlonalllaak of Stanford required W B MrGUIUB Stanford Ky A M Boarne Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE THimSKAY DBORMnKU I 1001 Pine Woodford county farm known IU the S 0 Norris containing 171 acres Itsuted I miles froraVerealllM 1H mill from Blortonsylllo on the SIcOowanH Frrl IIke Convenient to school and ohurrlu welltaK house with mIx room new tobmo barn stable and al other nereuarv out ulldliiK alto stock and farming ttpie lentc as follows Two 4v arola mules 15 yearling helfer I yearling steers lot hcep 4 tows with pigs 1 binder 1 Out Ung harrow 1 drill 4 plows 1 gleaner Ibone Monarcb rake 1 haniUomo set 01 irnlturt and other articles Terra matt nova on day of Male IaitlM wmhlni ti He the place or obtain any Informailoi pjrfv to OUItUV MORRIS on thb promise or A V 8hou e Lexington Ky It It rayttto Phone lust PUBLICSALE JTCMUAY NUVBMHBJt 91to4 In order to dissolve partnership Wfl will- eell all our crop stuck uM OB the Isaac P Shelby farm one mile south of Slilbj Ky on the Danville aad Iluitonvllle turn Ike eorwUtlnB of about 80 bairn cf oilllei hay and straw li tacks of millet bay bout tM barruU corn 4M shocks of fodder Ilat hogs about BO head of 2yearold eat- tip VI yearling 1U tat cattle some cow aDd belts S IHIWXI a combined Hlale MV ewes due to lamb In luuu backboard and other things too nu ieroustamentu Sale commences prumpr Iy at V oclock with no reserve All sums ofSO and under cash over eo a e0 day flote aecotlnblo and payable at Partner NBtlona Batik of DAnvtlle ICy bearing e- cc cent inter st with approved security I V HiIKLIY ISAAC 8IIKLI1Y JI- tlTD Engii h Auctioneer I I Best OfAny Season Yet i Is our Magnificent display of Sterling and Plated Silver Cut Glass 1 HandPainted China Diamonds Watches and Clocks and Jewelry EtclIt is no trouble to eolaot nu appropriate gift suitnblo either for 1 allUllJ Birthday or Ghrlttttma Ont frdni our large and weJls8leate itock Diamond Rings 819 up to 800 Dinineiulwt liroooliw SO up to 880 Ladltf Solid Gold WntaJiae 810 to 8T5- GeiidraMna Send Gold WaUshos 818 up to 8100 Gold lITIwl WntoliM SlO Mp Sterling SHrtr Twupoeiw S3 pet Hi up to 18 per daaIhuger Brie 1CoisrS and Forta SAGO per doMD- Kogtr Bro TeMpooiw 5125 per set The UMMt ceatplet line of goods ever esbibitod in ibis oily and it will par yea to iewtsat owr Mock If your watch needs repairing we can do itrcheap and promptly t o flurrayricAdanis DANVILLE Leading Jewelers Ophthalmologists A A Gun Worthf 650 for 5 CanIIt You Beat It 1 mom I Dr W N CraigPharmacist Phone No 13 I Stanford Kentucky IMPORT SHIPMENT Just received from a Pottery in Germany the largest shipment of Cups Saucers and Plates ever brought to town Buying direct from the Pottery enables us to of fer to the trade the best bargain ever offered Will sell for a short time 1 Set Cups and Saucers I Set Plates for 125 and give you one set Tumblers j lGEOROE H HARRIS COt Stanford Kentuckyl Window Glass All sizes from 24x00 inches to the smallest SxlO inches Allowing for brcahngo apt waste in glass we think our 111 ices sire reasonable as can be made Putty 5c pound PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy The last resting place of your J i sultabloiones by the erection of a Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the best material 7 and of per feet workmanship We carrytap the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky I Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better Nono cheaper r J WM A PAtiS C SON Lexington KyI I t 1o o