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VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1905 NO 57 r
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For The Viva Voce SrstemI
In an Interview Judge W S Pryor
V expresses strong reasons why wo should
return to the viva voce system of vot
ing Tho judge served over 20 years
on the appellate bench und suys his in
vcSliptiOTi ufu kct lon fraud castes
proved conclusively that more frauds
b are committedunder tho
iby two to one i
4 ΒΌ secret ballot plan than under the viva I
it is jwasible under
> voco plan He says
llIecrct ballot for u few men absolutely I
I l to control elections by a few neatly ex
ecuted frauds and that no way has
been found to circumvent them hlUll
each
as under the viva vocu system
voter has his namo recorded and can
aco that his name is properly entered
IC a contest results under the viva voco
0 system tho record shows how each man
voted thus greatly lowuiiing tho op
ortunlty for fraud Thero could un
der this system bo no wholewilo perver
sion of the public us under tho
secret ballot cast In secret and counted
in secret The advocate ot the reten
tion of tho present system argue that
corporations will bo able to control
elections by coercing their employes to
vote tta they dictate but even that
t would not bo no deplorable as to have
dishonest election officers set aside thu
expressed will of the voters as they can
and do under the secret ballot The
question Is to bo voted on in the coming
November election when we hope the
nefarious system will be stricken from
the constitution and laws for nil time
to come Frankfort Journal
> tOdd Bits of Information
One German woman jn about every 27
works In a factory
Of tho 7J7 2S inhabitant of Jamaica
r at the end of 1901 only about 20000
were whites
Admiral Evans has been asked by the
crew of the battleship Missouri to as 1
sign a mule to the ship as mascot
Buddie Krupp a Kentucky moun
tain boy walked 80 miles In two days
from Morehcad to secure H place as
k school teacher
While pursuing a mouse the other
day Mme Dclatour of Paris broke
through the Hour of her room and dis
covered a box containing 1000 in gold
coinThe working classes in Mexico are
for tho most part content with one
s room for a family a room in which the
door docs duty for both window and
chimney Since tho first of July Korea has had
only Japanese jKwtage stamps A
special stamp has been Issued to com
memorate the postal union of the two
countriesThe who the other day ar
rested Prince Frederick Henry of
Prussia for taking snapshot of a but
tery at Swlnemunde has received a
reward for Ins strict > erformancc of
dutyMembers of the London stock Ex
change arc not allowed to advertise
Lists of the members arc posted at the
Bartholomew street entrance of the
Hank of England und are to be had on
application to the secretary
Tho manager of tho late New York
Subway Tavern gives his own expla
nation of that Institutions failure
We never had allowed n succession
of many drinks he says and there
fore we never got the drinker to the
point where he became reckless of his
L money and where ho began tapering
his drinks wherein lies tho profit In
other word just as thu customer was
about to become profitable to us wo
sent him away And once sent away
a profitable drinker never came back
Another cause of failure was that tho
tavern sold only pure liquors Our
profit on actual material sold has been
as low as TO per cent whereas tho av
erage saloonkeeper could not exist un
less he made from 100 to 200 per cent
Why a New York saloonkeeper cannot
exist unless he makes a profit of from
100 to 200 per cent may not be under
stood by those who do not understand
i 1 tho part Jto Is expected to play in New
York politics but that hardly explains
why tho average restaurant keeper
cannot or will not exist on less than a
tlhnllar prollt
Dr Finns Testimony Interest
Ing
Dr Thomas 1lnn of Hoonsboro
Mo who has practiced medicine for
I2 years says ho has used every pro
ficriptlon known to the profession for
treatment of kidney and bladder di
ceases und flays ho has never found
anything HO effective in both ell onlo
and acute kidney and bladder trouble
us Foloys Kidney Cure It stops Ir
regularities und builds up the wholo
system Pennys Drug Store
An unknown man In Cincinnati
whose case was diagnosed as yellow fe
ver escaped from his boardinghouse
and officers uro searching for him
There are now eight cases In tho city
1and 11 suspects Tho conditions in the
South remain unchanged
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InUSTONVILLE I
W S VanArsdale bought of C P
Brown a horse for 125
Doc Dryes string of horses will go to
Knoxville where very largo purses arc
offered 5omrrxtm lltIQll tt identllthe
ors speech at the opening of pur Grad =
ed School
IM S Burton of Mt Salem has
bought tho Marion Cook property near
there Mr Burton will not move there
at present his purchase being forspec
ulativo purposes only
onlyI last week to Cin
cinnati a car of nice butcher cattle for
which ho paid 2 to 4c und one car of
hogs for which ho paid 4jc lie wants
another car of each tills week
Miss Mary Logan lost last week on
the Stanford pike between town nnd
George Robinsons gate a hand pocket
book containing a pair of gold glosses
knife alive thimble etc A liberal
reward If returned to Hotel Weather
ford
tfordHy
Hy the authority of the chairman
of the building committee orour
city notice is hereby given Hunn Uros
to encase thoir building on Main Street
with either metalor brick work on
same to begin within the time prescrib
ed by law from the date of this notice
John L Ilradshaw of Mt Salem
died Friday night and was hurled Sat
urday lie was u consistent member
of the Baptist church for many years
and held the sympathy of the entire
community by his long suffering with
consumption of the bowels He was 77
yearn of age
Among the many tracks of fine blue
grass land I have for sale there is 75
to 100 acres one mile from town beau
tifully situated on the pike well water
ed and fenced all in grass It can be
bought at u bargain If sold in 60 dasI
A rare opportunity for a bargain in a
blue grass home Call on or address I
W IL Williams
James Frye sold to SIJ Yowell his
splendid home on Danville Avenue for
3200 Mr Frye and family will move
to Lexington where his brick business I
has no Increased that it demands his en
tire time We regret exceedingly to
loose such splendid people and the best
wishes of our entire community will
ever be with them
The officers of the Presbyterian
church here have engaged for the corn
ing year beginning Oct 1 the services
of Hev S B Lander a recent grad
uate of Central University His able
and efficient work the past summer in
our midst has enshrined him In the
hearts of tho people who are to becon
gralulatcd in securing the services of n
man who is destined to stand in the
front rank of his chosen profession
Wm Wheat tho enterprising mer
chant and mayor of Mt Salem is in the
city this week buying a large stock of
fall and winter goods Mr and Mrs
Allen Burris und child of Colorado
Springs are with hcrmother Mrs Jen
nie Carpenter here Miss Jennie Lynn
the accomplished vocalist and pianist of
your city securing pupils for n class
in vocal und instrumental study Miss
Lynn in u graduate of Cincinnati Con
servatory and should be encouraged
with a full class
Gill Cowan is the happiest man in the
West End caused by tho successful op
eration of the Burton compressed
air water system just installed on his
hill farm by tho can punys agent S
D Yowell The work was completed
and tho crucial test of the plant made
on Friday evening resulting in sustain
ing nil the claims made for it by the
manufacturers With an air pressure
of 15 pounds the water was forced up
an incline of 1500 feet und thrown 40
feet over a largo bunt
Tho graded school system of today
has come to remain for all time und
tho sooner wo come to recognize this
fact the better it will be There N are
those in every community who frown
upon education who resent any effort
made to place wisdom within the grasp
of the poor as well as tho rich This
Is an ago In which the educated man
downs nil comers This is the time in
which reason and not blind passion wins
tho laurel wreath of victory in any
sphere of lifes activities The board
of education mind tho faculty of this in
stitution stand for a higher standard of
mental culture and reenforced by the
thinking part of local citizenship we
propose to carry this banner to the
highest point attainable This graded
school Is being watched by other simi
lar Institutions in this section and we
Intend to lead rather than follow any of
them Wo want tho hearty coopera
tion of every individual student hero to
day in our efforts to this end and your
active assistance is imperative in real
izing this high Ideal
Every student present pledged him
self to be faithful in discharging his
part of this farreaching plan Dr Bark
er of the board of education then dcr
livered a strong and Impressive address
on Cooperation
The army barracks at Hamilton
Brooklyn were destroyed by fire
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INEWS NOTES I
A wholesale jail delivery was stopped
at Kokomo Ind by the sheriff with
a shotgun
shotgunTen
Ten meh wlro injured two fatally
by a powder explosion in a colliery at
PotUyilleJLJJa
Judge G Terry ono of trio oldest and
most prominent men of Elkton drop
ped dead on the street
Miss Alice Hamilton granddaughter
of Gen Alexander Hamilton died at
her homo in New York aged CO years
The Job printing firms of Chicago are
organizing to resist tho demand of the
Typographical Union for nn eighthour
daySeven
Seven white men are in jail at New
Madrid Mo as the result of an at
tack upon Negroes employed at a saw
mill
The second advance of tho week for
crude oil adds three cents to Eastern
and two cents to Western and Canadian
productsLightning
Lightning and fire destroyed the es
tablishment of the flax Smith Furniture
ture Company at St Joseph Mo
valued at 200000
Harry Holman of Hammond Ind
shot nnd killed Mm Jtanotte at Cedar
Luke Ind because she refused to ac
cept his attentions
Dr N It Simmons health officer at
Lexington says Lexington has a hos
pital screened and ready to receive any
yellow fever patients
The old Grant farm in St Louis coun
ty Mo for years the home of Gen U
S Grant has been sold for conver
sion into an amusement park
Claiming that the resort is hers by
inheritance Miss Charlotte Early oCI
Lynchburg Va has filed suit for pos
session of Blue Lick Springs Ky
Henry Baass Commander of Frank
T McComb Camp No 1 United Span
iih War Veterans gays Louisville will
get the national reunion in 1107
The body of a man found hanging to
n tree at Marmaroncck N Y has
been identified as that of William A
King son of u Georgia cotton mill
ownerThe
The dead body of a man supposed to
be Ben Ogden a farm hand was found
near the city limits of Lexington with
a bullet hole In the forehead It is be
lieved he was murdered and robbed
President Roosevelt will take no ac
tion in the charges preferred against
Chairman Shonts of the Panama Canal
Commission by unsuccessful bidders
for hotel concessions on the isthmus
David Dropper n diamond mine ex
pert has made a report strongly urging
the mining of the decomposed mineral
fields in Elliott county Ky He claims
the outlook rivals the Kimberley fields
The Kentucky State Bankers Asso
ciation will hold Its 13th annual con
vention in Louisville October 4 and 5
Former Controller of the Currency
James II Eckles will make an address
Miss Chlo Thompson of Marion Ind
17 years old carried out u compact
made with Miss Clew Baugh of Muncie
Ind who committed suicide u month
ago and killed herself both using
arsenic
The Illinois Central railroad will put
on n fast train between Chicago and
New Orleans to be known as the Cu
ban Flyer and other roads are to co
operate In popularizing Cuba as a win
ter resort
Commissioner Yerkea has decided
that patent medicines that are largely
composed of whisky are subject to the
special tax Imposed on rectifiers nnd
that druggists handling such medicines
must pay retail liquor dealers license
M W McGuire who has been super
intendent of the Cincinnati New Or
leans and Texas Pacific railroad Som
erset and Chattanooga division for n
number ot years has resigned his peel
tion to take effect Oct 1 to accept
the general managership of tho Norfolk
and Southern railroad His successor
has not yet been named
A Philadelphia syndicate has bought
tho Lexington street car system and its
correlative branches of lighting gas
and Ice plant similiar properties at
Frankfort and Interurban lines and
franchise of same in the Bluegrass
The amount involved in the deal is
about 2GSO000 but it is strongly sug
gested that the real object of the syn
dicate is to construct a network of in
terurban lines connecting Louisville
with Central und Eastern Kentucky
Critically Ill
Many peoplo are critically illus a
result of disturbance of their diges
tive functions and dont know it If
you are suffering from dlxzincsii heart
burn wind loss of appetite Irrita
bility headache nausea colic consti
pation waste no time but take Dr
Cal wu1l1t laxative Syrup Pepsin
It may bo tho means of warding off a
dangerous sickness At any rate It
will surely make your distressing dls
poptlo symptoms disappear It is safe
certain and pleasant Try it Sold
by O L Penny Stanford and C W
Adams Hustonville at 50c and 1
Money back If It falls
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GAHLANDINl LI TON
Superintendent of Schools and nominee
for the office again is one of the most
popular officials in the State In fact
he has proven himself invincible In the
several races he has made and realizing
their inability to defeat him well wa
ger the republicans wont give him op
position when they make their ticket
hero Saturday Mr Singleton was born
May 4th 1864 his ancestors having
come from Virginia His family con
sists of his wife and four children he
having married Miss Phcna Hubble in
1SS9 Being eminently social and fra
ternal he is a member of the I 0 0
F K P and K 0 T M In relig
ious faith he is a worthy member of the
Baptist church He is true to the demo
ocratic party and works faithfully to
insure its success He is firm in his
convictions yet modest and unassum
ing which is always a proof of super
ior merit and ability No cleverer man
lives than Mr Singleton and heres
hoping that he will be kept in office just
as long as he wants to be
IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES
Dr Hugh II Tobin physician at
Frankfort penitentiary died of inflam
mation of the bowels in Louisville
Sam Hislc colored was given the
death penalty at Winchester for crim
inal assault on Mrs Jasper Case No
appeal will be taken
Dr George Jean U S A formerly
of Danville but who has been at New
port R I since receiving his commis
sion as surgeon in the army has been
ordered to the Philippines
The following young business men of
Lebanon have announced themselves as
candidates on n business mens ticket
For Mayor Owen D Thomas for
Councilmen A Kelley S A Noe
Hugh Murrey John T Carter B J
Mattingly and S R Goodin
Dr J H Moore of Mercer county
died after a protracted illness in his
86th year at the home of his son D
L Moore Dr Moore represented
Mercer county in the Constitutional
Convention and was for years president
of the Mercer National Bank
Mrs Laura Walker Chenault wife of
Thomas D Chenault J and daughter
of J Stone Walker committed suicide
at Richmond by taking carbolic acid
Mrs Chenault was separated from her
husband and the immediate cause of
the act was the refusal of her little
boy to enter the house to see her
Hard to Find
It would be hard to find a more per
feet curative medicine for disordered
digestive organs than that gontlo tonic
dlgetant and torpid liver regulator I
known as Dr Caldxvells laxative
Syrup Pepsin No other medicine has
its specific power over those delicate
and important organs of your body
upon which you have to depend for
energy to carry on your dully work
It cleanse digests stimulates and
cures Sold by O L Penny Stan
ford and C W Adams Hustonvtlle
at 60c and SI Money back If It fails
IlEPunucAN MASS CONVENTION
Pursuant to nn order of the Lincoln
county republican executive committee
on July 22nd 1905 a massconvention
of the republican voters of Lincoln
county is hereby called to meet at the i
courthouse In Stanford Ky on Sat
urday Sept 23 1905 at 2 P M for
the purpose of nominating candidates
for the various county offices to bo vot
ed for at the November election 1905
Sept 7 1905 Roht L Davison chair
man lee D Florence secretary
How to Live
Life after all Is never very happy
if u person is constantly sick How
to live Is lurlela qucMlou of how
to be well The answer to both Is
keep your main hcallhcommunlcations
stomach liver and bowels hi good
order with Dr Culdwolls laxative
Syrup Pepsin It is a reliable safe
and pleasant euro for headache con
stipation colic und all symptoms of
tho digestive trouble Sold by 0 L
Penny Stanford and C W Adams
Hustonville at 53o and 91 Money
hack If It falls
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DANVILLE KY
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Fall and Winter DryA
Goods
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We are now ready with nu immense stock of all the latest ideas in ladies
and chililreua reudyto wear garments und material all ready for your
inspection in the pert lighted storeroom in Central Kentucky
Tailored Suits
Every desirable style Dressy Eton suits Empire Coat suits Military suits
and long coat suits We have them all and you ciin make your own selec
lion of style that best suits your figure All are new and ull our suits arc
Maa tailored and made ii firstclass sanitary work rooms Prices from 1350
to Sr 0 Junior suits for girls from 12 to If years old in many attractive
Styles from 87 up
Rain Coats and Cloaks
We make a specialty of rain coats nnd carry a big variety of styles and
colors from 81 to 825 All good values and every one new this season
Many elegant long wraps iu cluth and silk from 815 to 840 New 45 and
50inch Rain Coats Something new under stylish and practical
Fine Furs
It mny seem early to buy Furs but you will find the most select speci
mucus of furs are to be found in the first lots as we then have choice of the
entire output nnd naturally select the best the furriers have We call your
special attention to our lines of Mink Black Lynx and American Foxes
made in all the new shapes
Silk Petticoats
Excellent styles made of very best guaranteed Tafleta Silk at 84 85 86
and up Dont fail to examine these as well as our Sattccn petticoats nt 81
to sa You will certainly save by doing so
Ladies Furnishings
Ladies silk and leather belts nnd girdles from 25c to 8150 in u great va
riety of new style and colors Ladies Neckwear from lOc to Sl in scores
of shapes Hosiery Underwear both Knit nnd Musliu Kid Gloves Etc
Our Great JOC Sale
Beginning on TUESDAY SEPT lit and continuing until SATUR
DAY SEPT 25 we will hold our semiannual lc sale It will pay you
well to come to this sale ns there are hundreds of attractive articles offered at
lOc that are always sold at 25c and more We can only mention n few viz
MenniiiB Talcum Powder Crystal and Amethyst Vases 14 inches tall
silver plated top salt and pepper shakes largo 12 oz bar of pure castilo
soap beautiful hut cut glss sherbet goblets set of six glass salt cellars
large ill water drop tea kettles 7iuch hilt cutglass candle sticks large
size chamois skins s row real bristle hair brushes Turkish bath towclsIHlro
white 20x10 inch decorated China tea caddie now styles ol Ladica stocks
and collar set of two Jap work baskets with tops and handles special lot
of Ilanihiirgs at IOu choice
And ninny other things too numerous for our space but all worth your
attention
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