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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIT STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 6 1904 3 P M NO 84 I Teachers Magisterial District Association 4tFollowing Is tho prOlrlm of the Teacher Association whlob will oon vene ID the auditorium of tbo Graded School Stanford Saturday Asa 10 at 2r M 1 Song by Anoolallon 2 Devotional FxeraleesRev O M I Iluojr 3 VVolcomo Address Prot J L Do ley 1 UeadlnKMIss LeI 5 Piper Has the Busy Teacher Tlrac for Self Improvement 6 SoloMIs Nell Warroo 7 Value of Pictures In Primary 1 Grade Miss Annie MoKee b limitation by Member of Sixth Orrt t Paper What It Meant by Educa tloe11ri Henry Phillip It Moslo Mandolln and Collar UUI Lewi nil Wnrran and Barry BlobenbureerIK Tt Universal Taaofctr l L Borta- yIt Proitreee r KdHoatlon Snot O Steeol12 lo1eUoe lleaeley 14 Uttraiur for TeaebenDr W SbtlM Ile RttlOMl Method Ii fUadlor r McKlaneyfIt Recltatian Tir Mtmbtr of Fourth Grate 14 Sog uy Atioelatto- ot Itsasdtotlon K r 0 M Haey J L UOSLBY VioePre r MISS S7BLLA M03LARY Swy rCHURCH MATTERS t TkcitMod annual w lonof tile CHt Saboot S rlot sUots of Kentucky will be held alLoxloctoa December 16 sad If- Acoordioc to the Rev Eugenia F St John the National BraacalUt of the WMsaia ChrttUaa TcaptraMe 0Ueio wo great middle claw o the State le rapidly MoiDIIIJ a 4Ha1IHIAlal paple The lI1W i Oethw of KtoiMlcr Iol ysanity bai jest bcorae iMMflotary II MM et 81000 ol WoNlonl seen LfeMPit The prma4ItO was sad PM the oo4WoD that the OHM si the doer WK to be preserved I MH rwr TIM aooaeeetest that Rev W M deoUetoral DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH Hyomol the Only Guaranteed Cure for Catarrh Vo out book oenfonRd Hyomsl with IIlle patent meJMBM that me adverth4 ertrrh U is M far superior to thou all at tbe diamond Is mere valuable I than cheap slam Their ooMtpoeltton kv iteirt taut llyomvl gives u lotMla to 1allrtptttablo pUjrilclaM and it presMdbtd 4 them generally Tke only wlo cure catarrh udall other dlees of the rwplrHtory organ to breath lljrowsl This treatment hai been ao MMccMfel r in outing 90 per cent of nil who have 1Ik411t that Hyemel U now eoW by O L t Penny under an abeoluteguarantee to re JCJHlbt money In oaM It dew not benefit BO deg whatever In buying Hro reel If It did not poieem unmual low ere to cure it oould not lit eokl upon this paa More than 800 ludeaivorkod their way through Columbia University tact 7year earning In various way t74 J 121 IT according to a report of tbo sec retary of the coramllteo on employment for etndenle The way In which stu deote earn money are as varied ae their abilities The 86 different occupations reported varied ell tbe way from bell toy driver laborer conductor olerk boa stenographer to oleolrh ian teacbr or draughtsman lay reader and sub editor jt HESOLtTl0NSW the member of the Stanford Baptist oburob most ear meetly thank Mr W P Walton for the use of the Opsra Qouie for Sunday r school and ubureb earvlces while our I oburoh was under repair We also de sire to thank the Odd Fellows for the ute of their Hall for Dr Klrtioy lee tore Committee a ThoVroatestof Worlds Pairs closed In n blue of glory and In the otter glow the flcuroof David R Krioolt tbe big Kentuckian who was tie loading spirit looms larpis against the horizon Lonievillo Time An officer has complete ayach 4which Is built entirely of uowepapera The bull deck matt and tails are of which there were 800000 leepeper hoots Snow tell In III PAO oxafor the Ort time la two years f PREACHERSVILLE P B PrrUh dmiTered to J one Fox a buuuti of bogs at 60 The meeting at tbe M IS oburob le progretdng ntoely HevSlropeoo has returned homo and Rev Ooey nf Lancaster Is now In charge of the work Mill Itaobel Foley who bee been sluk le Improving Mrs Frank Gross Is tick Mrs Wm Klcbardtoo Is con valcicent J J Smith and wife of Ilockcattlo visited at J M Creed The girls all want to voto Davy Luns ford a great a hero as Qobton since be climbed tho stove pipe ot tbachurch it tow nights since to remove the bricks that had fallen Into the hue Luoklly however hit faoe wad to sooty that they did not Dobioolz him The 60th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mr Henry Olaokeniblp which WM oelebraled at their home near here on Nov 20 was the oooatlon of much gritilflaailoo on the part of tbelr children grand chlidrsn and u host of friends altd aona etloa elsewhere- Those prevent enjoyed thiimaslves In ptaa aBt oonvanatloa Had by listening to Uoola Ovary nscouoi the racy plaai aai arprleoer of usher days no was as gay as a 18yearold boy all day bog When dlooar was Oed we ra rulrad to the dlalas room where the raaarbbia KosttlaniiaMiaiad by the side oi hit oaoa ymthfnl bride returned bank to tba Giver of ovary good and awrfeaiglfi Tbe next hour or so was MBt In atltfylog tbe loner man oake wrkay and oinnr toothsome viands and debatable dslntle wore putoutof sight very qulekly After tbe 30 euests bad dined there yet remained the prover blat seven bukets full After dinner Untile Uenry told us tbe following Inci dents lo his life I was married Nov Sfiib 1S5I to Mtn Mary Jane Harp bf Itev Wm Kawland There was a big arnMd at the wedding now there are only two living wttntroes Ten child ten were born to us and all lived to be drown all made Baptists and demo raU All married and gone and I am left a happy mill am the oldest set tier In this neighborhood aed was bright to this place at two year of age Never lived out of the GOUDy but 12 sMBtb Always paid ray taxes ovary year when due sloes 1 attained my iBj rlty and was the Iftb man In tbu- 0aaty to pay this year Have been very laky mar was never a wltnes or a laror aad am now Ia my 73rd year Tkhi was osoea heavily wooded ooua try bet I have lived to IlL all Is cultivation aod no timber now toaroaly at all Whan went to Mbool wa were glad to ro three mllo to a log eabln and the only Beats we bad were spilt log with legs stuck In bored bole Tbeo there were no lady teachers The teacher would walk around with a switch ID hi hand three teat long aid past before sundown be would go to the door look at tbe sun then blow his note nil you would have thought It l4tam whistle Then be would turnaround and say get ver spellln let son then all went to studying out load and tbe noise then made could be beard for yard I have known Preaebersvllle for 63 years I knew tbetowB when there were only two houses In It People want to know how the place got hi name It was so named because three preachers lived hero at the tame time Rev I aak was the Baptist preaeber Rev Ead a Metbo din cad Rev Jarret a Osmpbelllte at that denomination WI known at that time John Proctor was the flrat pot mar If there was a letter for you from anywhere In the State you bad to pay 6 cent one from outside tbe State 10 eenti James Roblneoo kept the flrt store Now It Ie a town a mile long aud more than 100 Inhabitants tbreo stores two blaouginlth shop a Mason to hall and two oburobei Its people are as good as over lived or died Nev or has there been but one arrest In all since I have known It as a poitollleo Our nearest neighbor Grlllln Station a mile south le a prosperous place and the borne of some good people Among those prosoot were Uncle Billy War ran wife and sister of Stanford Jai Burke and family Neala Creek Wood art Lunsford and family Hubble Jas Blankonsblp Woodford Jack Klrby and wife BF Lun ford and wife of Preacbarsvlllo Your correspondent enjoyed himself immensely and now realizes that It wet rood to have been there and regrets that be can not at teed a golden wedding avaryolbar day We slnoeraly hope the aged ooupla maybe permitted to enjoy many more happy voare You told me this horse bad won baf lon matches against some of the best horses In the country Do cant trot a mllo In six minutes to save him hetBuflercr from sciatica should not lara tile to use Chamberlains Pain Balm The prompt relief from pain which It af fords is alone worlh many times its cost For tae by all druggista NEWS NOTES The cruiser Tennessee was launched at the Philadelphia shipyards Morris Abraham a Chicago saloonkeeper was killed by a robber Cbarle Fraver of Dayton 0 shot and killed bis wife and himself A 1700000000 telephone trust Is said to bo in process of organization Fifteen hundred cab drivers In New York will probably goon a strike Henry Funk of near Oarncttsvllle shot himself accidentally wLllo hunting aod died The hunting season In Wisconsin Michigan and Minnesota thus far has cot 14 human lives Dr C J Graves one of the oldest practitioners lo the State died suddenly at Paynes Depot Hiram Wolenbnrger while asleep walked out of a hotel window at Mid dleeboro and wa killed It ie believed Incendiaries started a Are on tbe pike at the Worlds Fair wbleb destroyed several buildings Fire which destroyed the home of Rook Perry lo Pittsburg burned to death Mrs Perry and two children A piiaesger train on tbe Pnnsylva nla railroad ran into a work train near Coiambus lad and killed four people Thaflm train over the Seaboard Air Line extension from Atlanta to Birm ingham entered Birmingham yesterday A number of the Worlds Flr build legs which cost 15000 000 were sold to a Chicago wrecking company for inflOOO One man was turned to death and four vouof women badly hurt during a tire at the Missouri Baptist Sanitarium at St Louis Forty five passengers were Injured several seriously In the wreck of a Missouri Pdolflc passenger train near Warreotburg Mo John D Rookafellsr Is to have a low er garden at one of his summer homes wblob will cost 160000 Tbe plans for It were drawn by his son There were 13 foot ball players killed this year This is a decrease ot four over last year Foot ball Is tollmore scientific ovary year W H Cotton defaulting cashier of tbe Wapello Iowa State Savings Dank pleaded guilty and was sentenced ot prison for two year and a half A female oblld with two beads born In Test Somerville Maes 12 weeks ono Ualtraoilag much attention among the medical fraternity about Dot ton The bones of Jim Bridget dlioover er of Great Salt Lake will be relater red In Kansas City and a granlta mon ument will be unveiled next Sunday Mrs Llrxle Oaborne who bhd loft her mind on account of tbe death of her Infant died in tbe Lexington Asy lum after having fasted for two weeks the Appellate Court refused a new bearing in the case of J W Heea con vlaed of murder at Lexington and Gov Beokbam Axed Jaauary 19 as the date of execution Thlrtyelgbt sticks of dynamite tied In two bindles nod with a fuse on jaoh whlob had been lighted wets found at the Leiter mines at Xilgler where a strike Is in progress Mrs Qeo Hoary Gilbert the oldest actress an the American stage died aaddenly lo Chicago of apoplexy She was starring lo the play Granny wbfcqh wai written especially for her Supreme Chancellor Shively of the- Knlghtof Prihlai has approved the action ot the Supreme body in fixing 18 year a the minimum age limit and the amendment will go to the grand lodges for ra Dadtlon Tbe Cumberland Railroad Co com posed of Pennsylvania capitalists is building a eerenmlle extension from the L ft N tracks Into the Brush crook coal fields near Barbourvllla Several big coal concerns have begun Initial work In that region The Urn armistice bolweon tbe opposing armies at Port Arthur was duo dared on Deo 2 for the purpose of bu rying the dead It lasted six hours The Japanese believe tbe Russian lleet lo the Port Arthur harbor Is preparing for another sortie The Russians aro said to bo actively engaged in mine clearing oparatlone In a C O wreak atMaysvIIIoFlre man Dan Qoldertlald was thrown against the boiler where be wasplcned down and literally roasted Engineer Herbert Gregory was thrown out of the cab window his right foot being caught between the tank and boiler bead wbere be was oompelled to dangle until the surgeons cut his foot off and took him down De will probably die The report of ImmlgraotCommlpalon ar Sargent shows a total of 812370 aliens admitted during the year a do praa e of 47170 U Is polntea out that the moral intellectual and physical qualifications are Improved More than bait tbe total was supplied by the Hal laD Polish Malay and Magyar races Tba commissioner renews his recom mendation for legislation to prevent the Importation of contract labor HUSTONVILLE Uxtenslve preparations are being made for Santa Claus displays In our cityD J Newburo Is homo again from a treollogTbe metal cornice on the College Is at last completed and Is a decided im provement over the old ono Mrs Rattle Dye and daughter Miss Mabel have moved hero from Lebanon and taken rooms with Mrs dnille Hal leyFor Sale bales oate straw 100 biles ttmotby bay 100 barrels No 1 corn In the crib Apply to W G Van artdall Thus Peacock hat moved Into tbo Mir Mao Logan cottage on West Main street which bebas rented for the com log year O P Brown and family of Csery having bought have moved Into the Cook borne recently vacated by W S Huffman W S flullmao and fumllyhavlngdo olded to make Harrodsburg their fu tare home have rented property and moved bore John Alexander Dole of Zion City III with a coterie of salute passed south on the O S Tuesday In a special car for Florida- C R MeCormaott and Rufus Llpps have rented the handsome Colonial cot tags of Charles Wheeler on Eist Main and they are moving C W Adam and wife have jusl moved Into their elegant flat recently completed and for comfort and conve nience nothing In our city so far equals its modern Ideas Tbere is to bo a ChrUtmas tree for tbo Sunday echool at the Christian church A committee of the lady members have the matter Ic hand and suece i Is assured Mrs Judge Wm Myers having to vaaaio the room will sell bAr entire stock of millinery for the next ten days at prices regtirdleis of cost Come ear ly and avoid the rush The hardest fought battle of the bal lots lethe history of our oily was that of Saturday when a large peaueble and good humored crowd thronged our thoroughfares all day A concrete sldawullcjls to be extend cd down Main street passing the front of Peaoooka This building will be eased with brick In the earl spring as required by our oily building com mitteeMr Hannah Poteetof Uarrodsburg aged SI years and as spry as a cricket the venerable mother of everybodys friend Frank POLL for many years on the road Is with Mrs M J Huff man and other relatives The display of Santa Olaus at The Charles Wheeler Emporium will be ready for Inspection next week This exhibit will eclipse all previous efforts and will present a precedent without a parallel in the reduction to 6e per jard of all the standard calicos as a starter See ad next week For short while I will give a hand some suit case with each order for a suit or overcoat lam also cutting the prices on both during this tnnnlb I do this for the purpose of Increasing my sales for the year on account of prize contest Call and see samples of suit cases I am giving away and get my prices on clothing AJAdam My line of holiday goody consisting of all the novelties and toys too nu merous to enumerate Is now on exhi bition at the City Drug Store and a cordial Invitation Is extended to all to come In and take a look wbetber you buy or not Hurrv and select one of those beautiful inedollons before they are gone Prices lowest quality beat and everything now No old carrled over outufUalti stock C WAd tttns Tbo West God the slock mart of Lincoln reports among the late sales the following John Coffey of Colum bia bought of J P Goodo a pair of mules for 1285 a pair cotton mules of C H Vanarsdale for C2SO two pairs of W S Walden for 200 and a 3 year old Naboth filly outof a Gallon mare for 8250 This U a highacting and One moving animal and a good prospect for a fast trotter C T Bobon told to an Atlanta buyer three carloads of cotton mules at 814260 Wm Dodd sold an Atlanta man a pair of 3year old geldings for g50 and they were crackerjack Jas Yowell sold a Mid dle Tennessee buyer 13 yearling cotton mules at 100 J K Baughman sold to same party 33 yearling sugar mules at Slj6 and a pair of sugar mules for 8285 Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlartboea Remedy as soon na tho first indication of the disease appears and threatened attack may be warded on Hundred of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect lucceia For sale by all druggists IaThree persons lost their lives In afire tat Oenlion Tex 1 Overcoat Satisfaction ass I When you buy an Overcoat you wont one that satisfied you Wore hero witha big line of that sort Long loose fullbacked f comfortable coats some with belts and solDeIwithout We can show you a good Raincoats too Come in and in- vestigatedWI I IN BUYING I II f Note the package the nameitolls the quality If its CHASE S SANBORNS Hiffh Grade Coilfco its the lest 3 BS- AM 1 W H HIGGINS t I STANFORD KY j TOE NEW STOREr Of course for the best goods at a small price We haveijust received a large shipment of line goods such as Dryi1Goods Clothing Shoes Huts and Caps Ladies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and u complete line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings which we sell at prices that will interest you therefore we invite you to come and see and be convinced of theBARGAINS are offering We also have a complete line of Rubber Goods in Ladies Mens and Cull drons which wo soil il such LOV PRICES that will in terest you Dont miss the place SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Cake Pans for Christmas Round square Lexicon Octagon Heartshaped or any Shape Size or Puce at S H JllDRIDGESTinning Plumbing and Pump House Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky SHOES III Wo are now showing n great line of FALL and WINTER SHOES for all sizes of foot Cull in and let us slow you our lino before making your FALL PURCHASES W E Perkins wn Crab Orchard Ky i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON TUB ticket nominated by the demo crate Saturday is oat aa well distribut ed as It might be but a winning one all the same The eucceceful gentlemen are all good democrats and were nomi nated except In a tingle Instance by decisive majorities In a primary that will go down In the history of this county as aa exceedingly hot one Beaded by a lawyer of ability and a democrat In whom there It nogulleaod made up of the splendid material that It ia all the wav through It should sweep things In November next There IB the usual amount of soreness that al ways follows a primary but the wounds will all be healed before voting time rollaround sod we predict a greater landslide next November than that of a month ago and that the suds wilt heres It willcome our way bdplog anyway IN the formal announotmunt of the candidacy of ex Governor Black for a seat In the United States Senate the knell seems to have sounded of the pub- lIc life of Chauncey Depew With Gov Odell backlog Black and Senator Platt backing Depew there cannot be much doubt as to the Issue of the contest says a New York dispatch There will be many who will regret to see Depew retired to private life And on the other band there are those who will be comforted by the knowledge of the fact that when exGov Black tells stories they are new ones PETBR NISSBX who attempted to cross Lake Michigan In his balloon boat seems to have very properly nam ed the craft fits body has just been washed ashore after the Pool Killer went to the bottom of the sea to Join McUInty QFFICIAL counts show that the re publicans will have 118 majority In the next House of Congress With such a majority there ought to be little rea son for them to steal seats from demo crats TOE Lexington Herald offers a re ward of 110 for any one stealing a COpy of that paper Considerable induce ment but the Herald will find no tak l ers In this neck o the wood- ePOLITICAL Former Postmaster General James N Tyner Is dead Wm R Wilcox will be the new postmaster at New York R D Bruce defeated Joe Irvine for assessor of Boyle by 112 votes The second session of the 68th Con gress was called to order at noon yes terdayLeslie Adam was appointed post master at Whites Station In Madison countyCongress will be asked to vote sub aldlet In aid of railroad construction In AlaskaKentuckys official vote at the November election was 435665 and the democratic majority 11803 Kentucky ranks 10th In the number of presidential poeiofllcea and third le- the number of fourthclass offices O L Guthrie W S Aldridge moo Davit John Pogarty and Robert Burke are the nominees for magistrate of Boyle Cbauncey F Black former lieuten sat governor and one of the leaders of the democratic party In Pennsylvania la deadA Richards was appointed city attorney of Louisville fora term of four years to succeed Col Henry L Stone Mayor Grainger made the appointment and the place pays 15000 a year It was decided at a meeting of the republican executive committee of the Third district at Bowling Green yes terday that no contest would be made by Wm Henry Jones for the seat of J M Richardson In Congress Gen J Warren Kelfer member of Congress from the Seventh Ohio dis trict declares his mission IB to secure the election franchise for the Negro In the South and he would do so by en forcing the 14th amendment The Franklin county democratic com mittee refused to consider the contest tiled by Col E H Taylor Jr for the nomination for Representative ogalnut Frank Johnson on the grounds that It was tiled too late The matter racy be taken to court A sensational development In the ex citing primary election In Owsley coun ty IB the theft of the ballot box In the Boonevllle precinct About 60 candi dates were entered and the ballot was a veritable picture book The theft Is believed to have been In the interest of n one of the candidates The Inventor of a new feeding bottle for Infants sent out the following among hU directions for using When the baby Is done drinking It must be unscrewed and laid In a cool place under the hydrant If the baby does not thrive on fresh milk It should be boiled Colliers The fourth jewel screw of a watch Is ao small that to the naked eye It will not look like anything more than a bit of duet and IB probably the smallest screw made t LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wm Beck sold to K P Woods 25 aboata at 310IT A Rico sold to E P Woods alxI 125 pound hose at 3o Wm Moser sold to S T Harris sev en 300 pounds hogs at Ho- B C Baughman sold to Jesse P Ride 15 140pound hogs at 3o David Thompson sold to B D Holtz claw ten lib pound hogs at lie W M Marples of Casey Bold to Joe Allen a threeyearold mare for 8140 M S Baughmdn sold to a Tennessee party a bunch of yearling mules at 87750 G W Coulter sold 25 cattle averag log 1200 pounds to Smith S Johnson at 4c AdvocateIThirty yearling cattle for sale Will weigh 800 pounds and are oxtra good M M Sandldge Milledgevllto Ky FARM WANTED I want to buy a small bluegrass farm Address J M Reynolds Waynesburg Kyatooee J M Reynolds has sold to Mr Young of NlQholasvllle his farm of 120 sores near Wayoesburg for 82 000 FOR SALIt 75 borneraised black faced owed by thoroughbred South- down bucks due to lamb Jan 10 Lutes L Co t Lutes L Co bought for Stewart Saunders Co of Jake Robinson a carload of cattle at 5o and of H P Hawkins 30 cattle at 4o In the corn show given by the Casey County News The first premium was awarded to D R Brown second to Sam Damron third to G P Murphy fourth to George Hughes At the calo of I C Brown In Boyle mules brought vary good prices sin glee selling for 880 to 120 and two teams bringing 82S8 and 8800 Other Block sold well Advocate Here and There The official figures for attendance atIthe Worlds Fair are 18741073 Gen Coxeys liabilities are 8257000 Assets one disbanded army Chatta nooga News The name of W R Hearst on the panel of 200 special jurors from which the Nan Patterson jury la to be chosen The German Bank of Buffalo N Y eloped its doors on account of being un able to meet a constantly Increased runTen I persons were Injured and 8260 000 worth of property was destroyed by a Ore In an nutomotillo garage In New York City- Judge John E Cooper a well kaow n attorney of Mount Sterling was sirlok en with paralysis at West Liberty and Is now In a critical condition R Dlllebay of DM villa was eho through the leg last night In Lexington by a man who thought be was a burglar The wound Is not a danger ous one President Thomas H Carter of the National Worlds Fair Commission says serious charges of corruption In connection with the awarding of oar tale premiums at the Worlds Fair have been filed with the commission MATRIMONIALi The total number of bales of cotton produced for the year 1004 5 Is 12162 000 Daniel Sims aged 25 and Miss Mar tha Bertha Sims 15 were married at Zlpp Sims today Elbert Hogueand Miss Mary Rlgney of the Bethel Ridge section of Casey were married last week George W Sloan G4 and Miss Ella Skaggs 28 eloped to Greenup to evade parental objections and were married Selby d Stokes sold to Dr Hugh Reid eight yearling cattle at 315 and to Mark Hardln five heifers and a bull at 2Jo At Urbana 0 Alvin and Alva Buckles twins asked for divorce from their wives who were also twins formerly Iva and Eva Fitzpatrick The couple were married at the same time and their wives It Is alleged deserted them at the same time which was the charge upon which divorce was asked Notes From the Seminary Everybody la looking forward to lobej Xmas holidays The senior class have gotten their privileges for this year Richard Williams Is editor of the new paper All news taken through president of the senior clall8IProf Pallia will give the third of his lectures next Friday night In the boys dormitory Everybody Invited There are ten girls and three boys In senior class this year The boys when prepared never get a chance to recite Earl Coleman while performing an experiment In chemistry was badly burned by getting a piece of phospho rue on nls band W Wm Cornell Ureene known as the copper king ol Mexico Is rated as the largest land owner In America BleI boldlngdin Arizona and In the State of Sonora Mexico amount to about2000 000 acres Including some of the most valuable copperproducing land on the continent It was while raising cattle In Arizona that he became Interested In some mines which Senator Clark of Montana and other copper man rerusI ed to purchase The property turned out to be enormously rich aDd nowI Greene IB many time a millionaire cc There are 535 people by the name of Miracle living In flail county Of this number 81 arc legal voters and all vote the republican ticket Levl Miracle the oldest member of the family la 00 year old and Ellen Miracle the youngest member Is throe muntba old Five men are under arrest In Whitley county suspected of assassinating George Curd and wounding his brother Thomas Curd and murdering and burn log the body of Emma Durham TO LADIES todlspoe15andenterlntbesamelnmyexchangoI Boo mo for further Information at my homo Lancaster street Mus O L OAHTKH GOODJIBUSINESS FOR SALE A nice stock of General Merchandise ollltunI11AddrotTaint Lick Ky For Sale Privately My hone and acre of land situated Just outside uf town Unit on tile SooMrtet pike louse bas rooms kitchen and satpants room good cellar table and all Mryoutbulldlngs Water hydrant In yard one tot stock- J P ItAlbBY PUBLIC SALE Oa Dec Lit ens mile south of IreaehertTllle I will offer toe fol lowing personal property 2 good Korku way horse 3 good milk Sows I yearling steer yearling helter bunch of bo tool o ImpTementtoundand harness surrey and harness and lot of IxtuttbolU and SEtwben furniture Term made known on day of tale nttOtl 9BAUUBNT Agent Preaebsrtvllle Ky Just What You Want The marvellous ntHteM tartalser I aa agent fur the ale of The Victor and Colombia Grand Dlse arapliapbwe and tlltatlRJchIrecords band records orchestra record male quartette record song records tHallJo mourn violin record All these recoiw are given In a true natural tone I will toll oninstallmentswill save you money In this the greatest musical Instrument ever Invented flail on or Artdtaniord Valuable Property For Sale Ten acre a of land a twotory trust room The booS Dear A spies did garden and orchard There le a large mill on theplaee a good ciutber and the draM In good repair and the natural pow millDoegood repaIr and hlUl all necessary bulld sellingttensive farming Interest to look attar Tbl property is on the Hanging Fork about boegbtatadress tl O Tlmriood LyUe Ky or L It IlagbaSKaford Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Alex Traylor Admr Sc Plaintiffs vs Alex Traylorn heirs and Oredort Dofdts In obedience to a judgment rendered In theNovembermissioner will on Monday Dec 12 1004 county court p u tell at puollc auction to the highest and belt In front of tbe Uourkaonae door In Stanford Kr the tract of about 33a acres of land owned by Alex Traylor at the time of hit death which la on the waters of DU rIver In Lluoolo county Ky bounded on the north by tbe lanes of tin Mary Jane Ash look and John Traylor on the east by the land of W H Traylor and John Traylor Nancydmltbbelle maU and E Beazleys heirs together with a patsway 20 toot wide from said land over the sand of John Traylor to the Dadderars Mill road The object of tbe sale la tosrllsfy the Indebtedness of Alex Travlor amounting to 13131 76 and the proceedingTerms be made on a creditor six uiuiilht llond with good security for the purchase payable to the Commissioner bearing legal Interest from date of tale un til paid having force and effect of a Judgment will purebalerO a Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court TheJas illon Engine and Thresher Co Bruce Caldwell c Della Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln alyledMondayDecr a front of the courthouse door in Sial 1Idsell at public auction to the higlti and best bidder the following described real and personal property towit One secondhand Massillon engine known as G V Bast engine complete No 621 j manufactured by of Mass illon Ohio also a black horse a little over 9 years old about iH hands high the property of Bruce Caldwell also a house and lot on Dix river in Lincoln county Ky bounded on the north by the landof It Loner on the east by thin land of Dan Vanarsdale on the south by the land of William LngbD and on the west by the land of Daniel Logan consist ing of about z4 acres The above men tioned property will be sold in the order named and the real property will be sold as an entirety the amount to be realii ad from this sale la 8400 with interest at per cent per annum from August 6th IQOJ credited by 850 ao paid March jr igoj and the cost of this action Terms The personal property will be sold on a credit of three months and the reel property on a credit ofsit mouth givebondsecurity payable to ihe ommllalH1erbav judgmentbllQrlngfrom dateof sale until paid and a lien will be retained on the property for tho purchase money GJ3 SAUFLEYM C r I The Cossack 1lDouble Breasted Overcoat Fiftytwo Inches long Belt in Back 4 This Garment is One of the Newest Creations of the Season 4 Our Stock of Overcoats is the largest in town We Offer Many STYLES for Your CHOICE t j I PRICES S4OO TO S175O j 4 Cummins McClary tSTANFORD KENTUCKY s WANTED Turkeys PucUs Oeee and CliLka Ulgnett ash market price II B XOKTIIooTT ttunford Ky E D Peyton DKALKH IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford PUBLIC SALE I will tell at public ou next county court day Dec II 1901 In truototlbe court house at ttAM the two tory frame dwelling and lot containing about acre nue and occupied by John 8 ietosBalicistern on lot and table and necotaary outbuildings Ornamental and fruit trees In yard Termallalt clUb balllnce In 15 months SASIUEL E LACKEY for further particulars see W A Trib ble Stanford Ry POSTED We whose name appear below strictly or an kInd of tree torbld bunting on our Dace and will prosecute extent of the law IJaztonamorfull T M Holme llK Newland J B CamenUch Peter Balrner W II Johnson airs Mary Olvens David Stephens names White and wife E II p lIaklnMra Mary iw Welch CordlerR A Lawrence F Heynolda Mrs A Slim Charles Morgan IlumphreyI6T1cW1 r Mrs Kate Ador Uelcbeobach Bro V nOruenlKanFred V0s Fred VonAllman Fred Haumann IJDlmea Ite1BaenbachCharles W A 0 E AnnW R Daugherty- M D RlmoreJ Hoffman arter J Nevln Carter Peter F UhomaUor UruceWJ E Verrlll Thomas Ferrlll J + G + i4cGJMY t1NDEarr ABEB EMBALMERAnd SASNBSS SADDL1S1T HO tanford Ky You wont Your Money l l To buy the most We want your trade and will moneyin trThe Broadcloth we offer at S per ysnl ill the heat to be MdLMrr UMH the regular Slr Comp ire it with others Our 40inch Mohair in nil colors at lgo ier yen k the regular 65 Liqunllty patlernnGood t Dlnnkctfl from fiUo to tt5 j or pair t fMlttniLLadiesCliildrcnV Shoes ironi 35o to 8175 pOI pAir Ladies Skirts from 81 to 85 tech Corvtts from 2ro to 8130 pair yardLadiesMoue HaU from 4Ho to 8 l each Boys Clothing from 81 to 85 por iiiit Splendid line of Ladies Belts Purses Side and Back Combs Jet Collars Ladies Neckwear Kid Gloves Golf GlovesyHosiery Etc Our prices are al ways the lowest qualities the best to be had THE GRAND LEADEROW8LEY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS Mi B Lo y 8 Co S B Levy t = I Owing to the busy sotison in our Jowolry Storo I will hilts to digon tinuo visits to Stanford until rrIieltoboenol otu nro often too results of aye etntlns Wo 8tratghtoi oroaSOtl egos without the knife scissors or pain Wo use no inodlcino In oxamination or treatment of the oyos nor do wo perform any surgical opOratioilNItofiiiltH CountDr Murray fitted glnwoe for mo that havojfgivon most perfect mtisfactioti moro than any I over had Tho glasses fitted for uiy aunt Mra Duddorar of MoKtnnoy nro also iiorfoctlysatisfuotory Lunuua Gentry Stun ford Ky- Tho gins oa you fitted for ma two years ago havo given mo bettor sitWnu tion than nay lover hall on my eyes L W Runt Stanford Ky J Thanking tho people for their libomllntrollngoU DrH Murray JOphthnlmologisf Homo Olfice With Murray R McAdams Danville Ky of WANTED 10OOO MEN AND Women to come to our Great WIND UP SALE beginning DECEMBER 10th and closing DECEMBER 24 Remember all Winter Cloaks Suits Skirtsi Dress Goods Hosiery Blankets and Heavy Shoes must go Plenty of goods good qualities Cut pricesris the inducement Come SEVERAIfCE SON STANFO D f r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 18TANFOltD KY 1i II 1001 DurottK that ewieb goes too far Ute Pennys White Pine and Tar It pleasant eaeelve aDd sure to glvs re lief Try one bottle and It you are 0010 pleased we will return your mono Mot a bottle Pennys Orul t Store Stanford Ky- PERSONALS IOK R A JONBB Isla Otnalnnatl AMI LUTWls vlltloit friend lo Garrard JOI1KB MRMUONafSwMr WII here Saturday IRor M D QOQIIMi of Lancaster I was here today MR ONO SAuruiY is vuitisie h- iiliurat Wllraors MR CKH WlIMAMtl will leave l t morrow ler 6 merset- Mise MARY QBIMIB of Oarrard II with Mew Sawn Gook X MIW OHO MARitW to vUlMsc Mrs A C M rU8 at Pak MtftB MARY UOUTlOt W bus roWro yend trout a visit to OARUle beanies r Unv P J Now I pea BS a few days with bit pareow at Shelbvvlll- MR M P ELKIN same over to rot In tbe primary Mrt ElklB aeeompan led him MR AXE MlW P JJoNMSof One 1oulpher paW this sfflosj a plta aat Ml MMN88H8 TIN PKNNIMOTON UODWl Ooffey John Beak nod Tbos D New bee Saturday to vote laed Jr earns TimPney Work OmbwUlraeetwItl toIle Tevls Carpenter Instead of Mill Iearl Burnlde Friday al8aM next r MR JACK IOWBUl el Kewlawl Galebcrete HJ melee and le tbi- gsHt01 laU MmmA Bee U L nb WoMit W ULJSR WWMI nod leanly who 1hayamade apUwtld oUUM o tbl II aouaiy 10 dT lor Huwtlios 0 to reUeI MRS W D SilAHlW entsrtnK l this aHereooB IN bftaor ol MM M 0 William awl Mr Ben PIckitt Tbs titter le the guest of Mr W A Trlb bio MRS W U WBAHBN want to Lex I too Saturday to tea Mil Ohloe t Campbell1Itjermao Mn J A JON 8 P rt through to their old home In Oarrard Saturday They have spent several months In the Wet MRS FRANK REYNOLDS ol Wayne burg hat typhoid laver and Mlar Sara Bill le very low with consumption Mr W H Singleton tell us Miss KACIIKL ALLISON came over from LexltRion to congratulate her nephew Mr W S Uurch on winning the nomination for county attorney- M I J oAnrU8 JRol Unnvllle one of the mot popular drummers on the road rode the goat Into the U T 0 ranks here last nhlbl8JCln too Democrat Mlt JHSSK F COOK has returned from Chicago where ho bowed a num bar of Jack at the International Live Stook exhibition wbloh created much DemocratL of Jamei town N Y U wUU Mr C It ColeI man for a few days Be will RO from hero to Pineyllle to take a position with the Straight Creek Coal Co ol that place Mn J B COLLIHU of Lancaster r was hero several day last week with httion C 8 and W H Collier wbo have good positions at the Fork Ridge Coal Coe commUiarv Ho wa much r pleased with his visit W thu Magic City Mlddleaboro Aewa- LOCALS V WIND WIND up UKM WIND up auie IDOl WIND up aaleat Severance fs Sona begin Deo 10th clones Dao24tb s ROUGE lumber sisal kinds locust j poets and shingles for sale by H J MoRotaarts II XMAS OUT8Ara 4 you looking for a x Iultable ono Sea W B Mueller tine r of holiday good tnAVE your eyes tested for glasses be fora tbe Christum rush t guaranteed Dr W N SatlllaoonI I AM ready to payoff pike claim M S Baugbmao sheriff SKK J T JUQM fru Bake aod esndle before buying yTwo issued tAud Jllb presses tor ale Write this ottlott far parlloalara PlUK OHics of all kink for tale br J A Btos on Iluttonvllle plkd TRY MOOimS ulrtlcbi healer the belt 00 earth Gao Q Farris it Co DONr fall to aueod the opening al W U MaRobaru1 dreg tore on nex Friday eve I8XTRA line ol Lowney Sebraft deudtay and Leases Christmas oat dens at J T Jones CHRISTMAS ROM are arriving at W Q Biggin and pas am aordlally in rltad to sail and aa them FOR tale for breeding purpo ev Plre Karraga HU Tarkart HBwJard aotor and extra large Mrs J V Oarpentai Qmtonvllla L A N HOLIDtRATNeThe L N will cell ttokau Dee t M tt au II sad Jan 1 good raMralag Jas 4 a very low rata TUB Itieg DasgbWra of the Till nertvllla abnraa will Rive a freak oyster ivpper SaWriay night Die 10th Itrarvbodr lulled gMYfataaanael fwild gold Jawelry ittob a brooaka sell bauow Ioekeli rloga ata meat be een to be appre elated W n M allar IN Judge Qallar court this morn lug John Oeak got a rerdlat of IS agaieet F L SIb al IViMall county Ha aced for 6Y Is a aeawattoa ever a bM trade MR J M THOMPHON who lives here several mouths le one ot the tav aa eaatfMaia for sadly jodre of Lan rat The rapubllooa primary will beheld Deo 17 THH mast dam of Mr Pallt gars a very Inlareiilng program Friday evening In the college chapel The leo tare Prof FalHn wa to have given wa postponed until next Friday evening LYNKBHO3 theOrab Orchard druggist have reoelvcd the largest tuppl of school crayons ever brought to tbh part of the State They will supply tbs schools ol Lincoln and adjoining noun tics XMAS AT OTTKNIIKIM If you want to tee the biggest display of Christmas goods ever brought to uttenbelm call at John Webmr Bo has suitable presents for all and le celllnir them cheaper thee anybody See his stock before you buy 2u Tint PRIMARY The primary It over and If there lea person In Lincoln counly who is n hglad of It wo havo not beard ol him Some of the candidates bad been running for a nurobnrof years and It must bo a relief to them that the handshaking le over fora time Some excellent men went down tti defeat and for them we feel much sympathy Their fond hope are blasted for the present but the good democrat they are we believe there will bo no sulk lag but the unsuccessful candidate will go to work like men for their vie torious competitors A stated else wbero the ticket Is a good one and we believe U lea winner Anyway well wa ter a years subscription tothe cheap let and best that It will defeat any bunch of republicans that that party will have the temerity to put out Let Iho democrats take a rest of a few day sod then go to work for the Miccesi of ihu splendid ticket made Saturday Following to the result For county judge U C Warren by 384 for county ittorney W S Burch by 000 for ae astor W A Carson by for school mperlntendent Garland singleton by 100 for jailer W I Derrln by for iberllT T J Hill by 1 Messrs Geo Ii Cooper and J M Alverson had been lomlnated for county clerk and Repra nintatlve by a convention Tho follow lOll magistrates were nominated Stan orb district J A Dudderar Uuston rlllaW M Dudderar Vaynesburg D R Adarai Crab Orchard D j Smith J Mutt Murttn received the nomina Ion for constable In this district W L Haggard In the Waynesburg die riot There were no candidates In the QuUonvlllo and CrabOrchard djStrlcta Fheolllolal Vote In full will be given acxf Issue BRIC our bandpalnt China Farrl LA Co Pun BALM Reasoned eordwood wtll deliver In town J U Poster WATCHBB and seek larger vans ties than ever W Q Mueller liE Farrl A t oaline of Xma goods before they are picked over MBN8 saQdUs horse blaokau Ilud laprobes In great variety at J C Mc Clarys TORKBYS U B hoot4reoelve l Mt Mrkvrt from LaPollaua Teen Friday Tbav were shipped hers 10 several oar- sWANrUVI will be at J R Den lay livery feed ami talc stable Star fwd Wednatday December 7 ION to bay b lot of good fat bowie Joe Jar dan nOW dear to rose begirt le the shad aiHarlber whapays ID a vaaaa at tbe birth ot the yeah who bye dawn Jate money and offer U gladly wlUtMt on tlgat of eyes fell of tear Somert Journal SATURDAYS Loauvllla Tlnaa see tamed a picture at four ganeraUOBs 01 the Willie family Taay are Mr Sa tab Ie Jarnaite loiN J B Willis T 0 Wlllto and little Nasty Willis Phi group U a most letara llag one OgKkT V User formerly ot lbll place died at Patouvllla laM week Qa was the y HBCH son of Mr alldI Mr William Gear who now rasMaa Plnevllte Put has a number of friends here wbo regret hit nnilmalj taking away THH ladles of tba Prtsbytarla abama will have their baa In the DaratMa Flats Friday and Saturday Dec 9 and 10 when they will have for sale all kinds of artlolaa both fancy and atafal suitable for Christmas remem braaoea All are eordlally Invited to sail Tux priNt of udMtMloa to rte Sax ton Musical Raaltal wilt be 26 35 and 60 centa for reserved seats It will be worth the latter price of admission u hear Henry Saxtin on tbe guitar aloto for be is conneded to be tbe finest per former In the United States If not U the world on that Instrument BON R L QUHtiLK was nominated Saturday for Senator In tbe Lincoln district Mr Bubble Ie a trueblui democrat In all that word Implies and a moat pleasant acd affable gentleman and a man wbo will work for the best Interest of tbo people at large as well as bis own constituents Ml Vernon Signal LIHBRTY Circuit Court convened at Liberty yesterday with an ordinary docket Tho crowd was small on aCt count of the weather Judge Bakers charge to the grand jury was along the usual line but was delivered In an exceedingly concise manner The judge la a recent convert to the republican ranks but Is a man of ability and le making a nrat rate judge Hon Geo H Stone of Montlcello Is the only vie long attorney on band the rest of tbe lawyers thinking no doubt that the local legal lights can take care of all the cases to bo tried this court There U considerable politic In Casey just sow A republican primary Is to be hold soon and candidates are about as thick as leaves In Vallambrosa Our old friend Henry Thomas editor of tbe Casey County News Is a candidate for school superintendent with a pleoI ltd show to win Judd Phillips a brother ln law of Ed Wilkinson of this place le one ot the leading candidates for jailer and his friends say ho cant be boat He Is a very clever young man and we believe would all the of hue he a plrca to most satisfactorily Flvo shares of stock In the Commercial li6Iable stock will be disposed of at tbo talent the late W C Myers effects on Wednesday next I4ih At a meeting ol the stockholders ol tbo above Insti tution N U W Aaroos was chosen a director In tbe place of R L Williams who recently sold his stock Mr Aa roes is a meant acquisition to LIberly LlberIrood quiet place to live and her allInns bavo every appearance of pro- Perly and coriinniment FOUND A aura of money C R Orawnar Jumbo Ky BBAR In mind the sales of W S Mc Gnlra and Hugh Saargent to morrows ads A HUILDIKO to cot 13600 is being entered or the bank to ba opened at Mlddlaburg the firet of the year AT COST Saturday Dee 3rd I will sell all trimmed hate at coat Mow U your abaaoa Mrs Cleo W Brown SANTA CLAUS bu e0tab1l bed his headquarter atJ R Harrifa t Cos storent Turner ills where ba has the biggest lisa ot Christum trlx overseen at a country ears You should see the display there MK CUBNAULT I Leif grocery a1 Nlebolaivllla waidaraaged about 1360 by Are alld water Tbe Ore wee aimed by tba explosion of tome fireworks bu was extinguished before the adjololoi buildings caught FINN TOBACCO CItBrawnar wbo Ie an expert tobacco raUer left at tola otHe Saturday a sample of bis Whlta Burley Which is the Inset to baooo we ever ww Mr Brawoars farm to near Jumbo and Is especially adapted to tobftooo raising SAW MILL FoltSALNI have a eamplata aaw mlllraaalag now and in good order lor rate96 horse power boiler and engine Will sell at a bar ffalo Will take small cash payments and balance I will take In sawing J L Jobesea Agt Kiaesvlll Ky DUNKMr Joshua Duns a splen did olUaan ol Brodbaad diM there on Sunday aged 72 The remain were token to Danvtlleand Inured In Belle- vue Cemetery alter services by Rev H C Garrliaa B Is survived by a wilt Slut lour cblldran They are Miss Rita Dunn and Bane Daon of Brod bend Tftwuae ot Port Worth Texas and Edgar of Danville Mr Dunn had been a resident of Brodbead for the past few yeah moving to teat plaoe from Garrard where be lived most of bis lift Be was an upright and hon orable clllirfo and his friends all over Ibe auction of the hate are saddened by his death Pi 1ERSHAIR BALSAM ClMrwi ad Lulier th ban lr iTiUf s hniuiftiil crovuk rayrtalrCum imp d mm tilllix wltlJ NStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Fin National llauk of Stanford will bo held al iholrbanklnc haute the second Tuesday li January IHM for the purpose of electIng directors for the ensuing vent JO UN J Mcuo IERTS Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of Ihe itnckboldpm of the Na tlonal Dank of UUltonvllle will be held at their banking hnuse In IluntonvlMe the see ond Tuesday ln Junuury 1105 between 0 and IS for the purpose of electing illrec Kiri to serve the ensuing TOIIr- J W HOOKKK Cashier Stockholders Meeting Ameotlncof tho stockholders of tho Lin coln County National Bank of Stanford will be held at their banking house the snood Tuesday In Junuaiy 100S for the purpose of electing directors fur the ensuing year J B OW8LEY Cashier Valuable Lancaster Property For Sale iThe Thompson BlooK on Itlchmond street und two half acre lots on Water St Vacant lot on Danvllli Ave 73 toot front Will olio sell my Jewelry stock and rant my storeroom has fine vault for keeping jew try stock Steel ceiling and new hard wood hoot Gall ou or address J U Thompson Lancaster Ky Administrators Sale I Hnrtnoll Casey county Ky 1 will on IAt WBHNE3DAY DKO IOU over for sale on the premises of the late W 0 Myon docmsod to tbe beat bidder all the iw onal property belonging to said estate oonttutni of ho following Three cattle 1 horses rhoif barrels of corn lot of hay and oats buggy surrey spring wagon twohorse wagon and Imrnesi I organ Farming tools coonlitlug of reapers mowers taken plows cane mill elder mill Jko 10 SHAUia IN TilE OOMMEKOIAL HANK OF LU1RUTY Houiebold ant Uluhen tarnltuTt too numerous to mention Tames All sums of iio and under rash In hand uver10 on a credit of three months with legal interest Note to be executed with approved surety before removal of- property M the same time and place the farm belonging to salt estate will be rented fur money rent due Due t liOV There wi- ltI0 area for corn 30 acres fur oats ova ror meadow 75 aores In grass W M MVEK9 Ailmr J p Ooode Auctioneer Shoe Sale This Week A great saving is offered you this week in tho purchase of your YintOr JTootwonr Right now while the demand for Shoes is at its host wo will give you the opportunity to lay in your supply at our Special Sale Price which you all know monks a great saving to you I3i sure to como this week Our entire lino of Ladies Vises and Chil drens all go Wo havo a few pairs of Mens Fine Shoes in sizes 5 61112and 18 that wo will close at less th nihalf price Dont miss this sale if you need good foot wear aasss John P JonesI Honest Mike Boots Rail Road Boots Hocker Bootees Water King Lev el Best Shoes are the strongest best every day goods the market affords Sold only b- yHJRoberts Till IJARGAINSTORL Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Groat Bargain Sale of Sweeter rcmbrookJA Coof Now York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo adviso all who cast toconie as early as possible to attend this tho greatest sale we have over offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor suits worth SIll and 820 arc on solo at 84CO to 760 Ladies iiptodato Jackets 85 to SlOt now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies anti Misses Skirts worth 81flO up to 85 are now on rule at 98o to 82 48 Ladies coreota from 10c up Latest styles of petticoats from 69c up Ladles dross and conrso Shoos at 06o and up Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoos for children from loc up Mens Dress and work ing Shoos from 880 up Mens Cloth ing from88 n suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 82BO up Mens Sunday Pants from 7e up Ihil Irons nice thrcopleco suits from 75o UpBoysdronu and Lattice Stockings from 4o up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY l rp LT dE JNTRIOR JOURNAL mitred n the p teQloe 01 Stanford a M tddGJ MUfn 3 1 C11ahdTnwSapoad7Fddr4ePER jn WJun net sopitdmaoo will bf ehirjtd 11KNOX- VILLE DIVISION a6aoamNN J H South 11023 It 1286pm BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce 6 Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is lolicited Horse on commladon Stock Pens In Connection J H 100NE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us OB Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal jiiiwau Saloon GOOD RICE Prors Flntst wines whtoky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue t Grass Beer Case kettaDd bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 86 Stan lotd II- yXJat21l Trag1 Oft DIALItl IK i Wtilsk Brandy Wines Beer Gioars Etc HOarpenter DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt an4 polite attention Nothing but tile tea to drink Mall phone cr telegraph oriers receive prompt attention Pruitt Brothers Undertakers LIvery Furnl Lure Hare a special line of Rugs for the Holi days Winter Robes Holding Paper Sash and It MM Glass cut any slM Mrs 00Irultt has a nice line of Fall and Winter Millinery PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will du well to see us We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining County farms for nle and will be pleased to show any one nhatwehave If you desire to sell lace It In our bands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky LiveryII R B MuhOflf insurance fl eat Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the c Unties Lincoln and- t asy who may be seeking in stance against i ire Lightning tact Tornado None but the Mron llt and best OldLlne Com oiuioa represented and tbe low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford itentuc- kyDRAUGHT BLACK 4 STOCK an- dPOULTRY MEDICINE Stock and pultrr have fw troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stork M ili is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It put the organ of diction in a ooiidiliun Prominent American breeders and farmers kkueptheir herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry in their food Any stock rai w may buy a 25oent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer i and keep his stuck in vigorous llb for weeks Dalors gener andIChattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanoogu Tenn ttoCHUUI OA Jo 1901 ntaotDrvsh Stock sod Pimltry Medicine Is the beltever trid Our stock was looking bad whet you soot mo tho medicine and now they are getting to da They etc looking 20 per coat better- S P DROOKINGTON- f f ReA JONESDENTIST R9 Office In Mvers Rouse Parlor Phone 01 For I On account of Illhealth I desire to toll privately rut farm of 170 acres located In edge of Hustonvllle Oood fruit never falling water Will sell as whole or divide Small house on lower part O n Ky A S jDentist Stanford Ky Stanford Farm Sale Improvements nAUNETT- Huilonvlllc PRICE Offletovir OwsleyBuddha BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I Having decided to quit the buggy bust ness I wilt sell for the next 60 days at coot SurreyPhaetonsHarness They are all the latest style and best make Part of the vehicles are rub bur tired Oome to see me and get a bar gain at once before they aro all gone CURTIS GOVEK OrabOrchard Ky N ice Home ForSale I Having decided to return to Somerset I over for sale privately my home on Feat Main Street In BtAnford The residence is a sixroom brand new bath root and all conveniences The lot contain about IX acre of land and tho home Is a partleulallneck or Wm Beck at Stanford TothelnsuringPublicIHaving 1STT88 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settlements of losses there Is none better and I dare say few as good They do not deduct one fourth from your policy ai some would have you believe but willingly lodemnltythator Assessment Companies For further particular In regard tj Mutual or Assemmonl Companies address me M OIIEEN MeRrilY- KlognllleICy HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I propertying can be used as hotel or private reside no and Is well arranged for two families Sta ble has W stalls and Is In good repair Tien tywater at barn and hotel If house Is not possessionof barn If rented or sold separately on Nov W louse and barn newly covered IIo tel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address- D BOAUPEXTEK Ilustonvllle Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT TAILOR Having been In the Tailoring business all my file I feel confident in saying I icprosont one of the befit tailoring firms in the country ViiL mv experience to taking measures end directons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this lino will bear me out My prime are the same aa inex businessIiand other Buitingb I will cut and make if you dceiro at a moderate price Thanking you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tail- orPUBLICSALE ON WEDNESDAY DEO 7 1M4 I will sell at Public Auction at my home on Cemetery Stanford tbe following 3 brood mares good workers and good sad- dlers and In fual two of them to horses and one to jack 3 threeyearolds 3 coming tToaroldi 20 yearling cattle M fat hogs good stock ewe bred to buck 110 barrel of corn 880 shocks fodder 3 sows and 17 shoats t cows wagon and harness bug ir and harness lot of farming Implements household and kltoheii furniture orgvn sewing machine etc Term Under 810 cash In hand over that mount credit of months without Interest Good notes payable at the First atloual requiredW Ky A Bourne Auctioneer FARM FOR SALE I I desire to sell my farm of Hi acres on the Danville A Hutonvlllo pike The farm is In a high state of cultivation fairly well Improved watered with three never falling springs and five ponds In fact you have to see the place to understand tbe many eon enienrcs I want to sell In next M da alt want to sell my stock constating z2 jennet aged and 2 years old 2 jack 2 jack cuiu seven mares and mules race nan and colt standard bred mare by- UunbEoUa Wilkes 2 horse mules well broke that have a little defect but are good workers will sell them forSltO If sold at once separatelywill do well to call lit once and secure one or the nicest and best Ideated farm In the oiiatv also have M bushels of seed r e for ale II n llN0- Moreland Ky iiL Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers juonljLIUI urnitureMfttUngtlIlugsThey them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY w IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tbe wife of Trove Gibson of Casey died Saturday Sheldon Soovllte brother of Sheriff Sooville of London Is dead W T KlobardeoD of Junction Olty bad three ribs broken In a runaway Tbe fine residence of Mn L F Mo Kay at Middlesboro was doetrored by fire Dan Links a wealthy farmer of Lau ral was stabbed In the side by Frank Pruitt at Pltifiburff and seriously injur edThe newly elected officers of the Rockcaetlo Medical Society are Dr Percy Benton president Dr W J Children vlcepnealdopt Dr S C Davln secretary The annual session of the Students Conference of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Association was held at Danville with 00 delegates present from over tho State An explosion occurred at the mines of the Stearns Coal Cot at Stearns on the Cincinnati Southern In which Jas Carter of Somerset was killed and several others were Injured two of them seriously The bank recently oreanlzed at Cor bin by Messrs Blackburn and Hogsett with a capital stock of 125000 will open Its doors on Dec 16 The bank will be known as the First National Dank of Corblo J F Wcatherford Is presi dentWin Devore an engineer on the Louisville Atlantic railroad was se riously Injured While his engine was taking water at the river near Vallty View he fell from tbe bridge a die tance of 00 feet sustaining severe outs and bruises about the bead and shoul dora At Flat Rock PulaskI county Mrs R A Williams was shot and killed by her threeyearold son The lather on returning home hung up bis overcoat In Its accustomed place file little son unobserved drew from the pocket a pistol and fired It directly at his moth er the ball passing through her mak log a wound from which be died in a few hours Head About to Burst From Se vere Bilious Attack I had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was about to beret when I got hold of a free sample of Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets I took a dose of them after supper and the next day felt like a new man and have been feeling happy ever elnoe says Mr J W Smith of Jnliff Texts For bilious ness stomach troubles nod constipation those tablets have no equal Price 23 cents For sale by all druggists Miss Susie Merrymun a young school teacher of Garrard and three small children were throws from a buggy In a runaway One child was to badly hurt that it may die aid all the occu pants of tbsi vohlcle were seriously injured TSaMIM Mcrryraaa died of her Injuries Sunday night a When you want a pleasant purgetlvu- try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet They are easy to take and produce no nausea griping or otherwise dis agreeable Hccl For tale by all drug elsts J B Paxton J B S Shanks O Walker Geo W Uarter i B Poster 0 Oooch II CUmmins w Shanks S M the grav bl on this section of the pike Corbett Manuel the Ilttleson of Jack Manuel Is III with malarial fever but now better Bog killing Is the chief work at pros ent some have to haul water fortbe purpose The little yearold child of Wllllar Wardlow died Tuesday and was burled at the James Charles Haslln seem lobe running a wholesale furbelow bouse from the fur and hIde that he has now on and Miss Mary L were married at the home of tbo bride by laid J G If Bon F F Dobbltt Is still In the notion of marrying and cannot find a wife be might find one In our little Germon colony Tberu hat been much In this over a report that a panther has been seen and beard on Gilmore crock below Santa Claus Is going to make Johti Wontzles his this year Too like of Xmas tope and Xmas pres cote was never before seen In Ottcn holm A sure sign of rovoll and serious trouble in your system la nor vftusntM or stomsoh upsets Electric hitters will quickly dli member tbe causes It never falls to tone the stomaoti rogtiUte tbe kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver and clarify the b ood Ran down systems benefited and all the usqal aches vanish under lit ttarsJi ing and thorough Eioctrle Hitters is only SOc and that Is rotorneJ if It dont give perfect Guar anteed by 1oony Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I sea fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial PRANK ATKINS Stanford W moral ETC n Food and Solo Siablo Horses wellfad and oared for Up tO date rip reasonable rates ti w 91138E S NrPron CITY KV RrstOlasi T rau u at IlASaltle Kites Bpeelal Attention to Traveling Men Oral and flay For Sate The New RATES S2 00 PER DAY Ky Wm SHUOA3S Electric Lights ta swy rose sn4 edr entire Now MuutHiiM rxwUr sttts alt trains Lire WtllUcktr4 StBftt Reoe National Bank Ky This was as the flank of Stanford In 18S8 then as the National Dank of Stanford In 1863 and again as the First National Bask of Stanford In 1882 having bad an nobler ruptod existence U Is better now with for transact ing and well than ever before In its long and career of and Cor Directors Owsley II W L W UrlJlbtIt OTTENHEIII Cbuodieris spreading notwithstanding graveyard bandsFred Dychouso McKinney Wednesday Livingston excitement neighborhood Ottenhelm headquarters Revolution Imminent approaching sleeploMneM troublesome particular attending offoctivonoH eatlsfactlon drugg- istUMBRELLAS Jesse Sweeney Livory Lancaster Ky at NEW LIVERY STABLE JUNCTION Mason Hotel Lancaster Preprfitsr IRtllinthIt First Stanford Capital Stock 50000 Institution originally established Deposit reorganized reorganised practically supplied facilities promptly honorable Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries porations Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKER PreaI8T IlAitniB V J J JJoROBKHTS Our W H WEAHENAMt Our Directors F Reid Danville s T Ilarrlr Stanford J S Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Bimore Stanford S n Daugbman Stanford T P nut Stanford Jar Robinson Bubble I U Baughman Stanford J H Iettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK W8OOOO Successors to The farmers Bank h Trust Oompany and under same management continuously for years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping ueb business relations will prove mutually beooBolal Officers H SHANK President J B OWSLEY W M BRIGHT Asst Holiday Groods Fine and large display of Holiday Goods with music Will be ready for your inspection and purchase Friday 904 Every eesailee olastear weB McRoberts Oashlei Cashier DRUGGISTSTANFORD otbing hike It I Ever Seen in Danville A visit to Our Storevwill convince anybody 1 Hurray ricAdams DANVILLE 1 Leading Jewelers Ophthalmologists a Complete Assortment ofpia DOLLSAtMake your selection now and have of time to dress it bef- oreXMAS weN CRAIG Phone No 13 IStanford Kentucky XMAS goons offWe are receiving tho grandest display HOLIDAY t1t GOODSIavor shown in the city Tho prices arc tr very low Our lamps arc new putt upto unto Do sure you jseo our line buforo you buy GEORGE H FARRIS COlx r Stanford Kentucky HOLIDAY GOODS AT PENNYS Ve open our line of Christmas Presents thisI week You will find it pleasant null profitable to inspect our btock of varied nttraotions for tile season of 1004 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ionesyrand of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Menu ments Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentuckyr ILettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky G