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The Interior Journal
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E C WALTON
fDBftlOCRATIC TICKET
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For Senator
R L HUBBLE
For Kepre eutmtTe
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J J M ALVER8ON
t For County fudge
< R C WARREN
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For County Attorney
t
WS BURCH
For Sheriff I
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T JEFF HILL 8R
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For County Cleric I
GEORGE Ii COOPER I
i For Aie for
W A CARSON
For Superintendent of Ecnooli
GARLAND SINGLETON
For Jailer
W I HERRIN
TUB republicans have made their
ticket aud now tne democrats kno
t with whom they must lock horns Lethe
the latter buckle on their armor and be
gin at once the building of such an or
ganization that will make their repub
I lican opponents grow sick at heart and
throw up the sponge Because several
of the democratic nominees have no op
position is no reason why they should
stand back and let their less fortunate
running mates do all the work The
rads may name a full ticket yet so be
ready whatever may be done Lincoln
is a democratic county and it should be
managed by democrats It hasnt a re
publican in office now let the same be
said after January 1st
VIRGINIA has just tried the primary
method of nominating State officers
and while it works satisfactorily it de
veloped that the expense made it so
that no poor man need apply Thomas
mS Martin nominated for the United
States Senate spent 11000 the main
I items of which were clerk hire post 1
t age and traveling expenses Claude A
Swanson nominee for governor spent
I nearly 10000 W H Mann also a 1
candidate for governor expended near I
ly 6000 and there was hardly a man
whose expenses were not in excess of a
years salary of the office he sought
THE Democrats of Ohio opened their
State campaign Saturday to a great
outpouring of people at Newark John
M Pattison nominee for Governor de
livered the principal address The Re
publicans opened their campaign at
Bellefontaine with speeches by Gov
Herrick Vice President Fairbanks and
Senator Foraker
THE Governments holdings of gold
is now 730000000 against 179000
000 eight years ago It is just that
sort of argument that knocks out free
silver and makes the revival of the
issue impossible
THE Danville Advocate has declared
for Hon R W Miller of Richmond
for Congress Mr Miller is a fine gen
tleman and has many friends in the I
Eighth district who would like to see
him honored
FOUR beef trust officials of one con
cern plead guilty of extorting rebates
from railroad companies and paid fines
aggregating 100000 Let the prosecu
tion have free course and be multiplied
THIS country is not going to lack for
sweetening Over 10000000 worth of
sugar arrived at the Philadelphia port
last week from Java and the Hawaiian
Islands
POLITICAL j
United States Senator Thomas C
Platt vigorously denies reports of his
illness and says he expects to continue
to be a factor in New York and nation
al politics
politicsDemocrats of Pulaski in massmeet
ing mominatedfor two offices only tor
be voted for in November Daniel Bor
den county clerk and J W Colyer
county attorney
The Democratic primary in Frank
fort resulted in a tie vote for City
Judge between Judge W C Herndon
the incumbent and James T Buford
present County Attorney
Senator Forakers speech in the i a
opening of the Ohio campaign is reI f
gardcd as foreshadowing a defeat of
President Roosevelts railroad rate leg
islation at the next session of the Sen t
ate t
ateThe Republican campaign in Hopkins
county was formally opened at the
courthouse in that city Saturday For
mer Gov W 0 Bradley was the
principal speaker of the day and a
large audience greeted him
Chairman Taggart of the Democratic
National Committee says that no mem
ber or agent of the committee ever
asked President McCall of the New
York Life Insurance Company for a
+ contribution to the campaign fund
f The Republicans of Madison county
in convention only nominated for
f Sheriff Jailer and Surveyor George
I Todd of Brassenfield wad nominated
for Sheriff L 0 Sihearerlfor Jailer
and S S Finish for Surveyor
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Here and There I
The license of Vincent Foy theI
jockey has been revoked for bad conduct
I
duct
ductMme Gallic Marie the celebrated i
opera singer died at Nice of heart dis 1
casei Former Congressman and Gov Cha
T OFcrrall of Virginia died at Rich
ChasjiT
mondThere were two deaths from yellow j
fever crday up to noon at New Orleans yes
The Kansas City State Bank W O j
I
Cox cashier failed to open its doorsI
yesterday
Richard Marksberry of Owen county 1
was shot and killed by his fatherinlaw
John Ogden j
At n dance near Maysville Henry I
Edwards was shot and killed by Clarence
ence Turner j
M C Hutchins was nominated for
Representative by the republicans of I
Mason county I
Peoria 111 was selected as the meet
ing place of the National Rural Mail
Carriers in 1906
Walter Colkins an automobile ex
pert was killed at Chicago when his
machine ran into a heavy wagon I
M C Cox a sufferer from rheuma
tism committed suicide by jumping out
of a thirdstory window in Louisville
The storehouse and stock of general
merchandise belonging to W H George
of Titus Laurel county was destroyct 1
by fire
fireMayor Combs of Lexington awarded
to the Hill Gayrard Company of East
St Louis the contract for the new
sewer system The firms bid was 76
712 A crowd estimated at 18000 attended
the first anniversary at Guthrie of the
Dark Tobacco Growers Protective
Association AH the old officers were
recommended for reelection
The elections in Cuba resulted in a
complete victory for the Moderates
the party of President Palma Except
for occasional fights and a few shooting
affrays there was no disorderI
The stockholders of the Central and
other national banks of Lexington 1
have decided to consolidate The new I
organization will have a capital stock
of 500000 with trust feature addedI
Engraved because his fellow Mace
donians would not contribute toward
getting him back to Europe Cantra
Wassili at Indianapolis shot and kill 1
ed one man and mortally wounded two
others The State Fair Association of Texas I
wired James Galcomb owner of Audu
bon Boy and M W Savage owner of
Dan Patch offering a 10000 curse to 1
the winner of a match between the twoI
if the race is held at Dallas in Novem
IAn
ber
berAn effort will be made by the Inter
national Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers now in session in Louisville
to remove its executive headquarters I
from Washington D C to some city
more centrally located in the United I
States I
MATRIMONIAL
William Kastor of Chicago was
married last evening to Miss Cecilia I
Beatman of St Joseph Mo Two
brothers of Kastor arc husbands of two
sisters of the bride
Mrs James Wesley Smith of RIch
mond announces the engagement of
her daughter Katherine Smith to
Julian Proctor Van Winkle of Danville
The marriage will be celebrated today
at high noon in the home of Mr and
Mrs Newton Combs on South Broad
way Lexington
Mrs Richard Cobb announces the en
gagement of her grand daughter Flor
ae Cobb Meyers to Mr Robert Mc i
Donald Blackerby of Louisville Ky
Miss Meyers is well known in Stanford
where she has made her home MrI
Blackerby who is a son of Dr Black
erby a prominent physician of Fal
mouth is teller of the Kentucky Title
Savings Bank of Louisville The wedel
ding which will be a quiet onewill
take place Oct 18 at the home of Mr
MrI
and Mrs Wm M Bright
To The Voters of Waynesburg Meg 1
isterial District I
MY FELLOW CITIZENsIn answer to I
the many questions that have been ask
ed me as to how I stand on the road
question I will answer by a card in the
Cheapest and Best by saying that I am
strictly in favor of a good road system
system that will give us better roads
as I think good roads enhance the value i
of our lands tam also in favor of t
complying with the law which provides I
that the fiscal court shall furnish tools
to work the county roads If elect
ed to the office of magistrate I promise I
to discharge the duties pertaining to <
me office to the best of my ability
Respectfully i I >
D R ADAMS
I
The Original
Foley C Co Chicago originated J
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung 1
remedy and on account of the great 2
merit and popularity of Foleys Honey J
and Tar many imitations are offered 3 1
for the genuine These worthless iml
tatlons have similar sounding names J
Beware of them The genuine Foleys i
Honey and Tar is In a yellow package f
Ask for It and refuse any substitute 1
lethe best remedy > for coughs ahe
coils Pennys Drug Store
tl I
IREAL COMIC OPERA The people 01
Central Kentucky will have n rare op
portunity to see aspic ndld comic open
Iat the Danville Opera House next Mon
day evening October 2nd whci
11the Herald Square Opera Company will
present Said Pasha The DanvilU
Opera House Is now under new manage
ment and has been completely romodele <
and beautified The opera to bo pre
sented Wednesday evening is made fo
laughing purposes but withal contain
many of the rare exquisite vocal gems
tJactsrquartets ndtnsemblewhlel
has made it so popular everywhere
The adventures of Haydad in search 01
ap imaginary long lost daughter to b <
recognized by a porus plaster betwcer
the shoulders Is very ludicrous Th <
burlesque three cornered duel bctwecr
IIthe two montebanks and the Pasha is r
laugh producer of high water mark
Squanen
Company produces the more pretentiou
operas the summer and early fall
months are given over to the lightc
kind which is now termed refine
burlesque and in this capacity it
reputation for clean wholesome musical
comedy is a very envious one Stanfon
people who wish to attend this perform
ance may have tickets reserved by ad
Mgrst
Danville Opera House Danville Ky
Prices 75c 50c and 85c
CHURCH MATTERS
Services at the Christian church will
begin at 715 r 31 herereafter instead
of 745
745The
The State convention of the Chris
tian church in Kentucky is being held
atMaysvllcRev
Rev M W Hiner has been called tt
the pastorate of the M E church
South at Middlesboro Mr Hipcr has
been located at Jackson Breathitt
county for the past four years
Chamberlains Cough Reme
dy
This is u medicine of great worth
and merit Try it when you have a
cough or cold and you are certain I
to be pleased with the quick relief
it affords It is pleasant to take and
can always be depended upon For
sale by all druggists
First Tramp Say 11 wots do
industrySecond
Second Tramp Dats easy Any
body dats industrious has got wheels
S
A mob took a Negro from jail at
Williamston W Va and whipped and
stoned him until he was presumably
dead
deadWilliam
William Royston sold to R L Hub
ble four yearling mules at SO and a
suckling for 41
Somerset is in the throes of a printers
strikeTOTHE
TOTHE LADIES I
II have opened n Dressmaking Kutnbllnli
mint nt my home on Logan A venue mid ink
H hare of the patronage of the lutllri of tlili
community promlalng satisfactory work
Jive lie II tr nl Minn HnoriA WIIITK
Htnnford Ky
A S PRICE
Surgeon Dentist
STANFORD KENTUCKY
Office over McRqberts Drug Store in
the Owsley Building
Dar2l Traylor
DK4LIR 1H
WhlSkll Brandy Wines Beer
Clears Etc
KYlies
lies to Depot I
Prompt and poll mention Nothing but the tts
e drink Mill pbon tr telegraph orders rtcttvt
irompt attention
omputtennonPOSTED
POSTED
We whoe names appear below ntrlctly
lorbld bunting blblng or any kind of tree
passing on our places and will prosecute
violator to the fall extent of the law
Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbccb Iin > a
Fred VooGruunlgttn Albert VonOruenlRan
Fred VonAllman Fred Ilnumnnn
AIred Simpson George Holmes
Miss Mottle II Hewes E Kelclienbach
Charles GummlDS Joi Uallou +
A O Dunn S M Holmei
WEAmon WK Daugherty
M J Hoffman M D FlmOre
Ieter W arter J Nevln Carter
J E Ilruce W F tfhorntker
Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll
F J Conn John II Oamenlsch
Sam TriVbrldEe A D Hoot
Charles EuMlIn Frank vordler
3lra1V 0 Welch Ieter Ilalmer
John Meier Samuel Ilndiov
Jacob Oader Mrs Alice Lttle
David Stephens
StephensPUBLIC
PUBLIC SALE I
I will veil at public auction at my place 1
miles West of HustonvlIU on tliu Jllllck
pike on
onTUKHHAY
TUKHHAY OOTOI1KH3I11 IKfl
Tlie following demrllied pro > erty Four
yearling hone colts 1 yearling mule colt 11
Buckling nude collNI UMicklliig horse roll 1
broke milk1 S to < years old 14 liroo < l mart
nil bred a Jennet U Jersey rows JJ shout
mid brood tows good family horse lot of
IMilttl hay 17 acres of corn In shock 6 acres
of xorghum lot of shelled oats MiCormaok
binder 2 Mctormack mower I Ulsc heir
row IlIIoothllll IlIlrrow Hllirerlor Ulu drill
cultlvatorii a Oliver Olillled turnliiK pllllIM
double shovel plows two Old Hickory Wax
0118 used very little low wheel farm wagon
tett wagon hnrneim several nvtt plow gear
set double buggy harness i Kttulllle bug
gy harness one rublwr tired carriage good
1 buggy pole 1 Frazier curt
as new corn
heUerlhort power ret d cutter J Lick
feed cutter 1 gnus seed sower 1 ihorso corn
plllllttr seven youdg lack cntUt
11I1I1IInil I1l1plellltOtI lot of tnllIld lumber
Term Hindu known on day of sale
Halo begin lit 10 oclock A M
H O HAUmiMANHuitonvllli
Huitonvllli K y
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Ladies Shoes
J We are a little later than usual I but our stock is now in and
III
I lest styles we have ever offered to you 3e
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i Yon nil know ij It U innilo tliHoraiit lui1f
Iwo think hotter than any other Indies high
I grade shoe It hilt a Putout Intuit which
I makes U Very Sofijto the Foot Very Kloxl
bio It is doubly stayed through tho vniiiji
1lIIuking it almost impossible for it to logo or
1 I change its Ihulo Price to nil 8Uf 0
1I
The Brock
port
QOQCQOOC
800 for any style nIH11 leather mndo by tho y
vUltrn i > o6ilo in all the newest huts and
leathers in Mutton tACO and UlucliOr out
porfout In fit and ujipoiirniico nappy in choir
stjlos and 0110 ur tho liot 8800 sham of tho F
dav
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We carry a large stock of cheaper goods Old ladies bals
J 150 and 200 in regular lining or wool lined Our 150 kid
II shoes with or without patent tips are perfect and all leather andi
i good styles Our 200 shoe is especially fine swell lasts mil
1Itary heels heavy soles and fit for any one who doesnt want ai
high price shoe
IH J MROBERTS STANFORD 3
Small Farm Wanted II
I detlre to rent u mull form of SS to XI
i act suet t XCI1I lit t or s 111110 trot elfin
Htunfonlor 111111 Farw IIIUt lo wlI
Improvetl und prefer It being on pike spill
geon Hyinptuu Mlddleburg Ky
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE
Kami contains M acne of land In good
otnt of cuttlvntlon inlles from Crnlt IIrl
chnnlonluncuutrrplkUacreIn IIwlld
ow5acres III CUlthlItlulI t flue 111111
II
orchard etc Tilt ltnprovemcfUcuudsn
u home or MX room newly > np > r > > < l mid InI
lit door servant
very ROWI rtnur lIlrn
roomouthoiiiuS numerous and Inuocxl con
dlllon Hplendlilstiihlx und two crib Will
soil prlvulely31aaJ1Jurr
lox TSlrubOrclmnl Ky
McKinney Woolen Mills
McKlnney Kentucky
Manufacturer1 of Jettns Iln eys Klininel
1I1lIktII1 Yarn send Us yuurwteoltl to
take wool III xetllllle ror work IIlIowllll
tint market price HnUllllcUOII guiinntceei
thllmllrkctIlrlc
Unll or wrltu for prlrcs alll IlIrOrllutioll
Agents wante l
I FOR SALE I
The Jim Wnlker nllIo farm of IK
lIena of fertile land with 1011 Improve j
mentsund plenty ol wetter the yeir rl1l11l
Ic
If
III now It
Aherut iii nons gnus
ndlcwetof l Khlceyad1Julna hehind
uKITanner A It McKln
Owen
I of Seth
IIIrlII It rollts a xn
liey linn vwi 111111 rolltsln
till > turnpike and Southern It It formiclit
sight oft u whoolhouw A lMirgnluforome
one Term wry rasv
KIINVAlllr AUMIUN Agent
lluttonvllle Ky
McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS
KoSinnoy Ky
HnvliiK tKitight the McKinney huger MIIU
and necuml the ervlcert of Mr11lhod J
dlrllr Itn ttSIIlrllcIlllIlIltor I r1 wllrr lit
lod InulferinyluthePublic amillseroud tll
110110 In rlll1I111 or work or oy klml The
mllchllltry Isnil orIn 11 repair cued lice pro
duct of It KliniiU Mrond to clone In tills we
Cimtom grinding u 1llIlty I will
tint
also kei > p on hand coiii of nil kind which I
will sell at the lowoiit market prliv Jlay
Feed ntiuulJwIII stock 3otlha hlgh
ullr wrsl
cnlh mnrkt rlcr for I
J itMtItlIIY leIIIIItY Ky
THE VERDICT I
Bcreeii doors window creen und screen
lug Hlue Klnmo Wlckletn Oil Mloven Uicrt
Uirtalns Hhaden Pole Kxtenslou Itnick
tugs MiiUlngs IortltTrreii
in Carpets
HLrtehrlll1nrJltHlrttclllr semi
uurUnluMlretchersfnrputStretchers
Ilrushea tll rIIIOO wider rte rrolll door Icy
aetloll CnrlII lid llulldllll lnlvUatt
Vllrllhh
Wlndawa Nall 1lIllOr 1111111
Htllllli IIlId Et1a111e1 Picture Jorllllltd
IIIUldllll Mlltt fuss Jllllflltl New ailed
Old Furniture OOIllIf null WO yuncun
Mimethlng vm do not keep Good Ilv
name ry Ilenty of liorwn and liuggloH nnd fwd
Excellent undertaking e < tilpinent
Ilcnty of hordes and feed Itubber Firing
done
Pruitt Brothers
Morelnnd Ky
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PUBLIC SALE
of Land Stock mod
Crop
Amtecutor of leorge 11 Kvan deceits
dl will Mtll nt pulillo mile on
TIIUUHDAYCKITOllKUBKlS
nt hlA Into residence tic rea bills North of
nib Urchnrd < m tho IjimaMcr plko In Idle
oil county Ky u spleiulld llluu Urns
III rill eOlltnllllll1 alxmt KII acres und well
ImllrOII with IlIIOlI 1rlKliu louse large
I cunt and other building This farm Is well
wiiured and U u lino stock laid grata farm
Abo lit tho nmu time uml plnco 10 hind of
Rood U H > ii l fwdlngciittla lot of cows
calvii n b B work mules til acres of corn In
the shock hllonhl also farmlntf Itii
dements household ailed kitchen furnture
Sir JJayior on tilt farm or myself at
lIedgevllle icy will tukl pleesuro III show
the farm to IIIraoli wvluting tll sew the
IlIg and berOrt + dry of sale Plenty or tlllIllIr
on the ground for everybody
Js N Hutchln8
Kxecutor Oeoriju W Kvnns deceimett
ttvansdeceased
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T I > KnglUhAuct
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I Our stock of School Books Tablets 1
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I School Bags Pens Ink Slates and
andI
all kinds of School Supplies is ready
4 for you We are headquarters in this
line
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Call and see tilt points of superiority ill our Electric Mange over any
thing ever shown in the city You can not affordto Ito without one ofthero V
if you want good baking with little labor Be euro to fee it before jmu buyV
< GEORGE H FARItIS 0I
Stanford Kentucky
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