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F SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 11 IVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 1900 9 A M NO 67ILAND STOCK CROPS IC Will Cordlcr bought ot Tom Ponce a cow and calf for 2760 For sale 30 tOlld of clean bated tim t othy bay J J Walker Lancaster U E Sallco hoe reined J B MoKlu ot ney farm In iho West End for 1075 George T Wood bought of C M f Jonei a car load of ISOpound hose nt 110 J E HublnRerbai old to a Texas party the pacer Barren D 2121 for 3000 T O Raokln sold to S J Proctor of llllnolsyesterday 41 1000 pound cat lid at 4c S H Daugbman bought ths Adam Carpenter Jurta in Caioy containing 303 acres at 633- WUktneoo te White bought of 01V Carter a lot of hogs at 410 and olda ICO Bheup at 32 Col Underwood has bought D Nc Irewltla farm of 112 acre near HcdRcvllIe for 13000 cash Joab Rlgnoy eol l to J L Y nlls 20 calves at 115 Uo also old a lot of yearlings at 3o and heifer at 3o Hall Uroi of Versailles sold to Lawton of Boston tho thrco ycar old addle mare Gypsy Queen for 18000 W M Mathcny bought of Ocorgo Holmes 30 ewes at 81 and sold to Mc Carloy tt Andoron 70 bogs fur Nov 10 delivery at 4e H H Harris of Chicago bought cattle In Dell county averaging 100 pounds wblch will bo used for beef He paid 4c which makes the transaction amount to 170400 Mark Hardly sold to It C Mocker four sows and 21 pigs for 115 and a lot of sows at 4c Ilo sold to G T Wood a bunch of lambs at 12 25 He bought of Will Confer a cow and two calve for 131 and sold to E P Woods a J bunch of calves at f 10 The potato crop according to Orange V Judd Farmers final retort In Its Issue of Oct 20 at the practical completion of harvest approximates 239000000 bushels or nearly five million buhcls less than lot year and a fairly good yield compared with averages of tbo past 10 years C D Chcnault sold to H B Land of Jessamine 200 sheep nt 65 Robert White sold to J W Male fiO export cattle averaging pounds at 5o The farm of thu late Emily A Boggs near town consisting of 210 acre has been sold to EP Jones for 81001700 Pantagrapb Tbcre were about 160 cattle on tho Lancaiur market yesterday but ow lag to the scarcity of water there was little or no demand for them A small bunch of steers brought 4e end some butcher cattle 21 to 31c No belleI void Aged mule sold at bj to 1135 and mule colts 123 to f00 horse were dullJ N Vonhook of Garrard bought of W E Dawct his farm of 35 acres on the Sotnor et pike and a small amount of knob land for 11600 Mr DaweI will likely move bU family to Somer s set Mr Vaohook who Isalsn an ex cellent citizen late Lincoln a fcwyeare and like a sensible man ho comeback e The Lexington truck now hold these honors The fastest mile over trotted J to wagon Tho Abbot 203 the fattest mile ever trotted to wagon driven bv aa nmatour driver Lucille 207 th fastest mile ever trotted In a race over tbo Lexington track 207 by Charter Ilerr and thu fattest inlto over paced by a two ycar oM fllly Alice Mapco In a work out 2 OJi made at the recent mooting Besides this Boralma trotted In 208 and tied tho four year old gelding record of 203 made by John Nolan In 1893 Thorn U every Indication that the democrats will win out In tio Ninth r district and elect lion J N Kehoo to Congress by a triumphant majority Pugh Is kept busy explaining why be voted on every occasion 15 times In all to unseat democrats and give their seats to republican one of them a Nc gro and tbo more bo explains the worse bo makes matters A new minister walking down the street encountered a little chap vainly trying to ring n door bell which was too high above his head WRIt n little son said tho good manII Le mo ring for youand ho gave the a vigorous pull And what now to boyIINfw said the boy run IIk1- 3hI l Thats what Im going to do What most people want Is something mild and fccntle when In need of a phys ic Cliambnrlolns Stomach and Liver Tablets the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In died For sale by Craig A Hockor Druggists Hon Judson Harmon Mr Olnoya successor as attorney general In Presi dent Clevelands cabinet has written a letter announcing that ho will vote for Bryan for president A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often cause a bcrrlble Uuro Scald Cut or Mrulre llucklen ArnIca Salve His beat In tut world will kill the pun sod promptly beat It Curt OW Son Foyer Ulcer Felon Corn11 Skin Kniptlotu hart IIIe run o earth Only 2 o a box cure guaranteed sold a lYnnys Orug fetore rJt trYtt MATRIMONIAL John Cunningham of Burnsldc and MUs Catherine Tuttle of Montlcello wore married last week The groom I brother of Editor R O Cunningham tbo Danville News The wedding of MUs Elizabeth Van Meter of Boyle county nod Mr John Woodford of Ilou hon county will be celebrated at the First Presbyterian church In Danville Wednesday Charles Sue Leo a Chinese laundry man ot Evansville married bliss Clara WlllUon a handsomely dressed nodI rather goodlooking young woman of Henderson the tether of the young woman accompanying her to Loutsvlllu and signing the marriage license accompllheddaullbtcr Mr Morgao Fulls HeddUba prom inent young business roan of the same will be married at the Baptist church there at 8 v M Wednesday Oct 31 MUs Gooch is a very talented musician and taught In A blood anti other towns She attended the Cincin Hall conservatory of music and stood at the head of her class The uarrlugo of Mr Andrew Goooh and Miss Laura B Haltxclaw occurred at the home of the brides mother at Gilberts Creek last week Eld J G Livingston performed the ceremony after which be led the party followed by a largo number of relatives and friends to the dining room wince a splendid supper was served Tbo at tendants were Mr Albert Gooch aod Miss Nannie Dudderar Mr Leo Holtz claw nod Miss Mary Perkins The brlHo Is the only daughter of the late William Hollzclaw and Is pretty and accomplished Mr Gooch Is a young man of good habits and Is a prominent farmer They received many head some and valuable presents and the writer loins tbo many friends of the young couple In wishing them a long life and happiness Z IN NEIGHBORINGNTlES Burglars entered tho pot ofilce at Hockaday Madison county sect got 618- A iHMiofliue has been established at Uoldon Knox county Joseph U Wul too postmaster Tbe East Tennessee Telephone Com pony has sold out to the Cumberland Telephone Company A Dl Parsons E M Porch L D S Patton G W Cain and Beccher Smith have brought the Somerset fair grounds for 12 110- Alonzo Humble shot and killed Wash Whlttcd five miles from Jamestown Tbo killing occurred over a dsagrcu meat over a line fence The Corbin Jail was sot oo Ore by un known persons and burned to th ground Blood bounds have been pu on the trait of the Incendiaries Clarence K Woods of Richmond was elected Grand Recorder by the Grand Chapter of the SlgmaNu Fra ternity at its meeting In Chicago Sol Taylor aged 12 struck Willie bagg ball bat at Wllllamsburg cracking his skull and probably fatally wounding him Chas Farr of Mlddlcsboro who se riously stabbed Chan Crabtree of Cor bIn In tho L t N yards last summer pantptentiary e K G Dunn of Harrodebnrg Is charged with defrauding tbe Louisville Hotel Dunn calls himself Tom Mid dleton He boarded at tbo hotel for a week and when presented with a bill sali he bud no money QnEE CRE5CfHTI u ft THE LAST GREAT SUMMER EXCURSION Only 82 roundtrip o Cincinnati Great Friday night rate via Queen Crescent route Special train leaves Harriman Junc MtOCT 20TH are good on this train traity28th which will stop at all points between Harrlmao Junction and George town for returning oxcurslonlots Its the last chance for u low rate idle sea son rho attractions at Cincinnati in elude the Zoological Gardens now Im portation of animals just received from Hagenbaokd famous collection Fort militaryIpled by the 2nd Infantry Edoo Park now In beautiful autumn dress tbo art museum hilltops etc etc Ask ticket agents for further particulars W J Murphy general manager W ajtentCincinnati haveta next NEWS NOTES The now census hives Alabama a population of 1823017 The Lexington Elks cleared 8260349 on their fair nod carnival Pdducab eulfcred a 8100000 fire bo lioved to have been of Incendiary ori ginProf A F Llefke a noted violinist was found dead In his bed at Leadville Col The Linseed oil trust bas forced the oil to 70c the highest price In Us his tory Tho Winchester Flouring Mill and power house of tbo electric light plant burnedA Price died at Ashevllle N C from Injuries sustained while playing football K N Glbbt treasurer of the New York Lifo Insurance Company died In New York lIon John Sherman tbo distinguished statesman died at his home In WashingtonA shot and dangerously wounded it conductor was lynched near Baton Rouge La Hey Sam P Jones Is threatened with a complete physical collapse and has canceled all of his dates Capt F J Moore aged 02 year an ex Confederate railroad man and a big lodge member Is dead at Lexington- At Frankfort Leonard Bromley aged 18 shot arid killed his brother Uo claim the shooting was accidental Henry Youtscy bas suddenly recov erect his health Dr Inox says he now thinks Youucy was shamming during tbo trial At the street fair at Montgomery there was presented to Lt Hobson a loving cup from the people of Alabama Gen Joe Wheeler made the presenta tion speech J M McKnlght formerly president of the defunct German National Bank ot Louisville was found guilty In the Federal court on two charges for em oezzllng thu banks funds Deputy Marshal B A Fushon of Plnevllle was shot and dangerously wounded by D D Tavlor at Halley for whom bo bad a warrant for viola lion of the Internal revenue laws Curtis L Lavin and Charles and Henry Dodd acquitted In the United Slates court In Louisville of election fraud sued the Lexington Leader for 110000 damages for alleged slander- A vicious dog attacked the three year old daughter of Joe Mullen of Henderson literally tearing her flesh to shreds Tho childs face was so badly torn as to render It unrecogniza ble President Mitchell of the United notmust come to terms before the men will return to work Dr Bartlett ot the First Presbyte clan church Lexington suffered a stroke of paralysis while praying utbls morning service Sunday sect was oat taken hums unconscious but is better now- Ofleere are on the lookout for Whit Sanders charged with attempting to assault Emma Hamlet at Fork Rldgo mines near Mlddlesboro Sanders it Is said frightened the girl badly but her condition is not serious Ho was drunkAt Nevada Mo the Farmers Dank was entered by three masked men who blew tho safe and secured about BOW Constable William Maroo who heard the explosion flred Into the darkness to alarm the town The robbers re turned iho fire killing Moron Instantly 0 GAME NEAR DYING IIoor three days and nights I eu tiered agony untold from tin attack of cholera inorbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Ccnlervllle Iowa I thought should surely die and tried ft dozen tilt ferent medicines but all to no purpose I sent torn bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy anti three doses relieved mo entirely I wont to sleep and dd not awake for eight hours On uwnkcnintta few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work 1 do on going to the office Is to write to the manufac tutors of this remedy and offer Ihem my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make ThiN remedy is for solo by Craig it Hock er Druggists nODBED THE GRAVEl A iditlint Indium of which Mr John Ollm orrhtUlrlimU was the subject b nitrated by him M follows I wu In a most dreadful tomll flea MfiUn was aluimt eltow eyes sunken tongue iMUrd pain continually In luck and ildn noipiwtlte gnduallr growing weaker day by day hut bal given mo up Fortunately a friend odrlieil trying KlectrlolliUer aDd to my and lIe tint bottle wade a de toysand my life and robbed the grave of another Ylctlm Noonethould fall to try them Only guaranteed at IVnnyi Drug Store Gov Roosevelt has become alarmed at the success of Mr Bryan In Now York In a speech at Charleston W Va be accused Mr Bryan of Insincer- Ity regarding the trusts because bode ponds on an alliance with Croker t carry tbo Empire State LANCASTER Mite Altle Marltsmiry will entertain a few friends Tuesday evening Our boys defeated the Stanford boys at foot ball last Friday the score being 6to0 Mr J L Hamilton will take a car load of horses to tbo Southern market this week Tho new election law Is fair enough but the republicans would only be sat isfied with a law that would Insure the election of their ticket My absence prevented tbo report of tbo marriage of Mr Andrew Gooch to Miss Laura Holtzclow and Mr T J Sllgall to Ml Lucy Ballard Mrs Rose has organized a working Hive of the L 0 T M In this city The charter members RIO some of the most Intelligent ladles In the commun ItyMessrs W G Anderson Ed Price and Price Bros have sold several lots of cattle at 4c Mr R L Elkln took several premiums on his fowls at At lanta Hon N B Hays failed to appear here last Friday night and Hon Letch or Owslcy made a speech to the Gilbert Club which could not be beat by Mr Hays or any man FId A R Moore will be absent for two weeks dolling revival services In Hlckraan county His pulpit will be filled next Sunday by Eld R M Camp bell and Sunday night by Eld W P Walden The INTERIOR JOCRNAD under the solo management of Mr E C Walton will still be welcomed here nt It Is coo ceded that ho Is one of tbe best news paper men in tbo State and tbat be and his brother W P are birds of a featherMr 1 Anderson of Washing ton City U at home to stay long enough to cast his vote for Bryan Beck bam and Gilbert Mr Richard Pettua has been to Somerset Mr J L Wo ner has purchased tbe Nicholasville mull line and be will soon take charge Miss Fannie Collier entertained a few friends Thursday evening Mr Ed Arnold has been sick for a few days Jesse Arnold Is at his post again Tbe Shuman Concert Company played to a 03 house Saturday night Dr J G Carpenter was here with Dr Wesley SundayA sent from here to the Louisville Post overestimates the crowd tbat beard Col D G Colson There were some vacant seats In the court house and a part of the crowd was made up of democrats Neither Is It true tbat McKinley will carry this county bp 500 to 600 votes The demo crats will not lose 23 of their number Instead of 123 as stated In that tele gram Such reports are calculated to mislead the public Under the supervision of Chairman J E Robinson the democratic clubs In this county are growing rapidly lIon John T Hays spoke at Bryant vlllo Saturday Hone W J Price and J E Robinson at Paint Lick and Hon R H Tomlinnon at Herrings School house to the Kauffman Club Thurs day night Good crowds attended and tho bpeakera prod tbe boys with true blue democratic doctrine Tbe KautI man Club bad a barbecue and a regu lar love feast in Sam Bourne born lot The club fears the loss of only ono man Red Bill Bourne Hon Robert Harding Is expected to speak lucr today Monday George F Hoar U not in earnest in his support of President McKinley for bo has in express terms denounce the Philippine policy of the administration as destructive ot the republic Chaua coy M Dcpow Is not in earnest for he has declared In phraseology tbat can not be misunderstood or given a modi tied meaning that the acquisition of the Philippine Islands would be utterly hostile to our system of government Albert J Beverldgo la not In earnest tor only a short tme ago bo denouno cd tho Porto RIcan policy pursued by the president and Congress A THOUSAIIOTOHGUE3 Could not expreu the ripturo or Annie E Sprn gar or IIZJ Howard St 1hiladelphla Pa when she found that Dr Klnzt New Discovery Inc Con tuuiptlon had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many yean had made life a burden All other rtlllt lea and doclort could sire her no help hut the lara of this loyal Cutet soon moved the pain In my chest and I can now sleep doingloerothe universe So will everyone who tiin Dr King Ilea Discovery for any trouble of theThroat Chat or Lung 1rlco Me sad tl Trial bottle free at Iennya Drug Store every bottle guaran teed Fox Lawson bought several bunch es of bogs at 4o and some cows at 2 to 2Jo A lams shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Unlm For sale by Craig r Hocker Druggists Wm Curtis sold to C H Yeager two mulo colts for 43 THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly lace you If you uul Dr King New Ufe Thousands otaulltoren have preyed their matchlcst merit for Sick suit Kervout Headaches tuake blood and ilrong tatpSold at 1tnnyi Drug Store r Therell Be A Cold Time In Tflp OW Town ToNight Come and get nn Overcoat and be ready for it Weve soysFriezesthe price in town IT PAYS TO TRADE ATITHE GLOHEMerc- hant rf Tailoring Gleaning Pressing arid Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co NEW SHOES Tho Buell Bootee the Forward Bootee the Honker Bootee New Shoes For Ladies ilack Tan and Patent Leather Childrens Shoes of all kinds Scbocl Shoes New Underwear Dress Goods Ladies Cloaks Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing s Carpets and Mattings and everything in Groceries JAMES FRYE Htistonville Ky Trusses I f l Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Rea oniable Craig Hoeker Stanford A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship material as will be attest= any one of the many parties for Iwhom have builded duringthe 15 years have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash- Blinds Metal Roofing Rough sand DressedfflLumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered tOieA88t8t i0mi14l 8iA rESij SUPPLY Always on hand Give it a trial George H Farris Co If You Should Get Sic Send your Prescription to v Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky j 1 b We use only the best medicinesa yr t t 4 i ific Ra THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 23 1900 Y E C WASTO- NDEMOCRRTIC TICKET For PreaiJent WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN OJ tbradl1 For licePrttidtnl ADLAI E STEVENSON Of ntinoit For Governor 7 C W BECK1IAM OJ Nelson I For Congress GEORGE G GILBERT OfSlttlby IN assuming entire control of tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL I recognize that I have undertaken a serious responsibility which I shall endeavor with Ihe kind Indulgence of the patrons of tbe paper to discharge with fidelity nd with all of the ability of which I am capable Believing more in performances than in promises I will make but tow and taking the high standard that the paper has made and maintained not only t as my guiding star try keep It up but make It even more wor thy of the patronage and confidence or the public to which I appeal for kind consideration and a hearty support The INTERIOR JOtRNAL has been In the Walton family for more than a quarter of a century and it shall be maim that when I turn It over to anothei member of It 25 years hence it will bu with a reputation as untarnished and with its patronage increased in the same value that it has increased in thi last 25 years I am personally knows to the greater number of our 3000 sub Bcrlbere and I am sure that the cordial relations existing between us will be Increased by the more intimate contact existing between editor and reader and that I shall hays their cordial support and good wishes Invoking both I assume my new duties with a strong heart and absolute confidence that suc cess will crown my effortsE WALTON IN view of the fact that Mr Yerkes friends arc Indignant over the charge of James Andrew Scott about what transpired at the Galt House con ference it certainly does behoove Mr Yerkes now in response to the oft re peated inquiry of the INTERIOR JOUR NFL to tell what actually took place at that conference If what Mr Scott charges is true we can readily under stand why Mr Yerkes felt constrained to put a plank In that platform endors ing Taylor We are loath however to believe the charge of Mr Scott without hearing from Mr Yericea and we agate cordially Invite him to answer the Interrogations that have so often appeared in these columns As Mr Yerkes Is ultra fashionable and thoroughly posted on all of the mysterious movements of society Its nonsense to perform we now In hopo of getting a response append to the Invitation the talisman R S V P IN a speech in South Dakota Mark Hanna accused tiryac of descending to public lying from the rostrum every day As Hanna has been convicted time and again of both lying and steal ing a charge of the sort made by him might be considered in the nature of expert testimony but It Is not It Is simply the emanation of a man driven to bay and has nothing else to say It is also lurther confirmation of the fact that the real head of the administration Is a coarse and vulgar creature unworthy of decent consideration BY a mistake In the count in the votes or some manipulation of the returns it develops that Elias Howe the Inventor of the sewing machine was not elected to a place in the Hall of Fame Although Mr Howe may thus be doomed to oblivion his work will not likely be forgotten as long as there is any sowing to be done TUB coroner of Louisville has been demanding a division of fees from the undertakers on account of the business he has thrown in their bands So it may be that his object In killing the young man there recently was to increase the business from which he gets a takeout AN alleged Interview with Senator Deboe appears in a republican exchange In which be predicts that Yer iced and McKinley will carry Ken y tucky but as tho Interview contains as many as 20 solid lines and has no grammatical errors It is apparent that it Is a fake E B BALDWIN an Arctic explorer edya hen Isjzolng to hOIite American Hag on the North poloWo hope that it will not require as ni ch money and as many soldiers to keep It there as it does in the Philippines TUB Distilling Company of America has been restrained by the court from watering Its stock While it was at it the court should also have restrained- It from watering Its product TUB election bill passed is subst tially the same measure which the democrats of tho House Including tbe Brownies passed some time ago ex Dept that the sheriff of each county Is made the umpire on the county boar The bill might have been enacted Into a law in time to become operative a the approaching election but for tbe captious opposition of republicans and Brownies in the Senate who holding- S majority in that body insisted upon numerous minor amendments only to abandon them after they had erved the purpose of obstructing the passoge of an election bill until too late to make a now law operative at the Novernbi election Had these Senators done two weeks or 10 days ago what they hae now done the election to be held next month would have been conducted under the new law IN his speecho the jury In the Yout soy case Attorney Franklin took oe caslon to pay Judge Cantrlll adeaervi tribute and to defend him from tbe cowardly attacks of assassins and tbelr organs and spokesmen Tho judo however does not need such defense He Is capable honest and Incorruptible and under tbo most trying clrcumstal cell has deported himself as only a get tleman thoroughly appreciative of his nigh position could have done A Jroat deal of mud hay been thrown at hit but it has rebounded on the thrower and loft his ermine as pure and spotlei as the snow The lawabiding law loping people of the State owe a debt of gratitude to Judge Cantrlll that they can never fully repay All honor to him OUR republican contemporaries have thus far failed to call the colored broth era attention to the fact that Mr Taylor whoso enforced absence is noted In criminal circles agrees with Mi Roosevelt as to the Negros reliability upod the tiring line Mr Roosevel said that he bad to use his rnvolver to keep the colored soldier to the iron when danger threatened and Mr Tay lor speaking through his valued friend Mr Youtsev says that ho would not entrust one of those little republican assassination jobs to a Negro Smal show indeed does the colored man stand when the republicans arc handing out their tidbits WILHELMINA the young queen or Holland is to be married soon to Duk Henry of MecklenburgSchwerin wh is the man of her choice against tbe protest of her cabinet If all tbe crowned heads of Europe would have their own happiness in view when tbey marry Instead of expediency tbey might possibly be in a humor to di more for the happiness of their subjects A LOUISVILLE man has sued the proprietors of the Buckingham theatre for 10000 damages on account of being ejected from that resort Judging bj Its reputation It seems that a mat would be benefited Instead of damaged by being ejected from that den of cor ruption SENATOR E G MILLS of Wisconsin in a speech at Lexington exulted over Goebela assassination The only difference between him and the bulk of his party in this State Is that ho bas the effrontery to state what ho thinks and they have not WE are glad to see that the curfew law has been adopted In Lexington as it will we hope prevent a young man who recently went from this sec lion to that city from running around of nlgbts and falling Into bad company FOUR years ago the republicans made much ado over the fact that it required two tails to hold down tbo head of the democratic ticket but this year they are sadly In need of two heads to bold down the tall of their ticket Tim republicans it Is said have pad led the Chicago registration lists with 40000 Illegal names A law loose enough to allow just such procedure in Kentucky is what that patty is banker ing after now A LAROB bomb exploded at the door of the court house while John D White was speaking at Richmond Mr White never speaks without exploding at least one bomb and frequently a great er number DID JI HILL says Dryan will carry New York and Indiana It will be remembered that the only epigram or Cleveland that over made any Impression on Hill was tell tuu truth As soon as Hanna began his orutorl cal tour in the Northwest the raorcu ry dropped to tbo freezing point This Indicates that he it meeting with acold Gcepllon A NEGRO was lynched at Elkton for assaulting a white woman Lynching Is uf fearful thing and the only way to stop it Is to stop the crime that always lapses It OLD John Sherman Is about to die again If bo had only died a few years ago ho would have saved McKinley a world of trouble TUB robbery of the postotllces still ontinues and along with this news comes the report that the republican iampalgn fund is dally growing In- elze The LOUISVILLE STORES MONEY SAVING VALUES i Ii rd Ladies Flannelette t Wrappers l50Spe cial this week Q3C II Mens nil wool Underwear worth 2 per Suit Special prier this weok Mens all wool Double Breasted Gray Suits 8 quality Special price this week hens Yarn Sox 2oc quality Special Price Ladies Fleece Lined Hose worth 20c special All Wool Tricot Dress Goods all colors lee quality special price this week All wool Dress Goods only 10 xi Blankets white nod gray Comforts iSc to 2 Misses Long Cloak 1 and 5 quality special sale Extra quality Outing Cloth Skirts this week TUB republican papers are rejoicing over the end of the great strike of the anthracite coal minors which was won by them and say tbat the working men should show their vratltude to senator Hanna on account of his ef forts In their behalf by voting the republican ticket We predict after DryII IIbooksamount of money for which the miners were contending was furnished by the government The republicans admit that nearly 5000 were spent in cable tolls on the Philippine commission report and it was a legitimate expendl ture because It was Intended to aid the republican party and they are In such desperate straits now that any expendi ture of public funds that will aid them at all Is legitimate In their own opinion even though it be a straight out purchase of votes TUB republican papers are making great ado over the fact that Senator Lindsay has come out for McKinley and Yerkes when nobody expected that he would do other wise Ho has lost out absolutely with the party that made him all he ever was and his only show for future preferment lies In toadying as much as possible to his new found friends But it will be In vain He Is playing for the United States Senator ship but bo will gnaw a file There are too many hungry republicans wait log for the honor should the party ever have the power to elect a Senator which God in his tender mercy and tho people In their dearly bought wisdom k will forbid POLITICAL Wagers at odds on Bryan carrying Kentucky are offered at Indianapolis with no takers Of the 62 Brownies in Greene county last year CO have come back to the democratic party The platform fell with Hanna at Au burn Nub but the only casualty was a broken leg for a boy ExGov Altgeld says the republicans have padded the Chicago registration lists with 40000 fraudulent names A Porto RIcan was refused permis slog to regUtcr in New York The case will be taken to the United States courtWilliam J Bryan will receive the votes of nine professors of the Missouri State University who did not support him In 180- 0Democratic campaign managers in Indiana are confident that only the wholesale use of money can prevent tho State from going for Bryan this year After David H Hills speech at La rayetw Ind 85 gold democrats called on him and pledged their support to Bryan and Stevenson L48 498 I4C ISC 2Sc IBclGBcl 168 23C Hon R Frank Peakoa ipcrcb at Mf Vernon Saturday afternoon la aid to be one of the finest ever delivered In the court house there- After a speech ab Dayton 0 by lion B F Grazlanl of Kenton county the audience In a burst of patriotic enthusiasm arose to Its feet and loudlj sang America Theodore Hallam declined to run for Congress as a Brownie In the Oth die trlct and has announced that be will support the regular democratic nominee D Linn Gooch In denying the report that ho would not support Beckham ExGov J Proc tar Knott says Of course I will vote for him Never had any other Inten lion Anr report to the contrary Is unfounded and falee Ho la tuy relative and friend honest capable and faith ful to the constitution The democrats of Harrison county held a crcat rally at Berry Saturday which was attended by C000 people A parade of democratic clubs was a feu ture of the meeting The rally at Lebanon was the biggest political gather ing ever seen there One thousand men took part In a horseback parade The New York Heralds poll gives McKinley 282 electoral votes and Dry an 115 On the contrary an estimate by Chairman Jones of the democratic National committee put down 203 votes for Bryan 103 for McKlnloy and 87 doubtful Secretary Kerr of the democratic congressional committee says the next Mouse will have a demo cratic majority of 25 The extra session of tho Legislature adjourned at 120 yesterday afternoon after having accomplished the work for which It was convened the enactment of a nonpartisan election law No election commissioner was elected by It Commissioners Poyntz and Fulton will likely select either Judge Alex Hum of Louisville or Judge James Brcalbllt of Christian for the place Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will Ire In JUutllle MAndaji Wedut lays anJ Friday Will to In Stanford TitwUyi Tlmridayi aud Sat mdaja Oilier In the Iennlngtnn IIulMlnj SUnfonl Of lice noun to 12 w1 to r x- OSTEOPATHY This Science orlxlnatnl and oIneI1 by Dr ATSII11 uf KlriiTllle Mo iU end on the irlncl lM of Anatomy and Iliyilolotfy or 1U re wits It no faith no drug no rubbing aur haloheraaauenldairas ping nirnatural htcujiatliy vlewamnn MB mat blue ofu many nartt lu keynote It aJJuitHient When all parr are properly adjusted and not overworked health la the result Borne of the diatom treated by er Terrors Ironlntlon Headache Neuralgia HbeuuiatltHi Oitarrb Weak Eyes Iranulated Lid loltre heart Liver anti Lung lilmuw Conttlnatlon 1llea Knlargml Inrflialo III Itorn leb Iud intetlnai troubles Dlwaaesof Hour and olnlllplnIlCunllurelIJIlocallontHllrJnlnllarI11II Free i jOnIy Fall Outing 11 i Cloth new patterns 7 l2c and 8c quality i only One lot of Lathes and Misses Walking Hats brown tent and orgy 7oe quality this week CLOTH CAPES Cloth Capes 1nr trimmed double capo 2S In ches long 85 inch sweep only DRESS SKIRTS Fine figured black dress skirts 150 special for this week only Eclipse Mills Flannel for Ladies Waist 25e quality special price this week Nice French Percales yard wide cheap at 12c special this week Bleached Table Linen regular 35e goods only Ladies 31 Cloaks 8 and 10 quality special price 5CI SOCI 98c OSc j 15cul 913c t 23C I 497 I Ww B M9flO1ERTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of nlmmt every kind T llcitullful ilno of Stationery Blank hooks of crory dricrlptlon Olllct Louie Distance Telephone OVERCOATS SUITS See our now Oforcl grey imported Covert and Braver Overcoats also new IInur Suits in Oxford grcya Hancy Cheviots and Worsted Kaplan and regular styles Nobbiest Things Of The Season All grades and close prices We have just roceivjcd a lotjof new Cuban pals in blacks and pearl prey Fee lion Ihoy are just out Ho sure to See Our Stock JJafor you make your purcbiwe Wo cnn Ie you money CUMMINS McCLARY eS0SS SIS SSS SS S S S Childrens Shoes I I have Just received one of the best selec tedetol Jiof M Uses and lldrens Shoes ever brought to this end of the couaty all bring CUSTOM MADE GOODS So the mothers will find It to their Interest to see our lion before mak lug their fill purl bases Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction W Ea PERKINS i Crab Orchard Ky S THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv OCT 23 igoo TUB beet materials combined with and accuracy laaura good results No other aro over PennyDru PERSONALS BORN to the wife of Ilardln Deldcn a too W W HAYS hat been very sick butu U bettor THOMAS n SHANKS wont to Lexing ton FridayrMils R O HocKERbasbcenvUltlog her parents In Madison Mn SAMUEl RKIO of the West End Is we bro sorry to say- HoN1 M McRoiiERTS returned from Frankfort this morning Miss LAURA JAIIDOK spent Sunday with her homefolkt at Lebanon Miss EiMii MEADOWS of Pine Hill was the guest of Mlsi Nannle Watson MSS JosH B08LEY went to Paris to visit her brother Editor J L Hosley HANDSOME Mws EDNA CAMNITZ of Huttonvlllcr was with relatives hero Saturday REV II R NOEL went to nock attlo Saturday to Rt Tt In a mcolleg at Scaf- foldI Cane Mns WILLIAM MORKLAND of Lex- Ington li with her daughter MM W C Shank Miss LINDA OWSLKYls spending a fcwilnys with Mrs W P Walton In Lexington Mlt M M HlOOlNS of Pulaskl hat been with his old friend Mr Columbus Blihop MRS RIIODA GRADY of Garrard spent tiovoral days with her sister Mn Peter Straub Sr I MIL WILLIAM WHITE of Stanford i Is hero prospecting for a farm Perry vlllo Cor Advocate Mlt SlMUON R COOK of Cooks Springs has been confined to hit room IItb asthma several weeks CHARLES HAMILTON and wife o I Wolland Canada aro truest of hi i brother William Hamilton It II PBTTCS of Garrard Is visit log the family of his father Judge W II PeuuSomeNct Paragon Its M F KLKIN went to William burg yesterday to too her son Archie Doc who is attending school there JQ M RSHON of Corbin stopped hero on his return from Louisville Friday jut long enough to pay for bis paper MRS W ATlillillLB will entertain the Fancy Word Club Thursday afternoon from 1 to C All of the old mem bert are cordially Invited R L HOLTZCLAW of the Arm o I Holtxclaw Ic Rutherford hardware dealers Tloga Texas was hero to bo present at his sisters wedding MR AND MRS GKOROE H FARRIS returned from their bridal tour Satur day morning and are at Mr and Mrs George D Wcarcn to their friend J CHIT EUHANKS and his handsome bride returned Friday from Rochester iIII wburo they visited his sister Mr C S Miller the cattle buyer returned with them Wi deeply sympathize with Mr and Mr Walker W Lyon of the West End In tho loss of their little two month old offspring which was burled at Hustonvlllo Saturday AT Lancaster Messrs Wm Royston and ET Minor paid for till paper to Jan 1002 and Men 1 1002 respect ively rho former gentleman has not been behind with his subscription duroI log the quarter of n century ho hallI taken it- TILE birthday party given by llttlo lilies Katie Newland Friday afternoon was a delightful occasion and scores o her little friends enjoyed her hospital received a largo number o 4presents each guest bringing some I thing to be remembered by IN remitting for her paper from pay ton O Mrs 8 WParrls faYIliTho INTERIOR JOURNAL comes to mo as a most delightful visitor front my old Kentucky home I most certainly wish you n very largo measure of success with the Morning Donocrat Mn AND MRS W P WALTON nnd family are again at the Pluunlx Hotel Mrs Walton and tho children went to Stanford during tho Trotting meeting hero and only returned Friday Mrs Walton IB a very handsome and unusually attractive woman and will bo quite an addition to Lexington society Her slater Miss Linda Owsloy of Stanford Is with her for u hart visit Mrs Mary H Ralloy In Lexington Democrat LOCALS A NICK shower fell last nght FUKSII Fish every Friday at Ed lIub bardlIItNEW Cuban hats at Cummins St Mc Clarys xjj I FoR high grade footwear RO to John P Jones 04 NKW barrel uf country sorghum nt IIlRRloB d MoKInncyV SToninooM on my lot on M Itll1trect i for rent J C Hay NEW lot readymado Skirts Cloaks und Shirtwaists J P Jones c Dcv window glass und putty at Pen nys DrugstoreS- EwINO and Cairo baking done on ap plication Mr Jas Lee Stanford AN elegant lino of lumbar sole at reasonable prices O II Furrls d Co TIIOSK own Ulll ft Beck will plcaso call at their old stand and sots tle HAY takon in gofor harness saddles lap robe Ac at J C Me Clarys KEEL your eye on W W Withers In another column Ho will save you money Oun foot ball boys caught It In tho neck six to nothing at Lancaster Fri day afternoon WE are headquarters for coal hay corn oats and all kinds ol feed J II Baughrnnn ft C- oFltnsltline of cakes ginger soaps crackers candle Ac just received Warren A Shanks THOSE of our farmer friends who need strings can get tholr wants sup plied at this oHlco free HON LCTCHKU OWSLBV of Lancaster will be one of tho speakers at the rally at Harrodiburg Saturday next DIADEM Lodge tfo 81 Knights of Pytblai forwarded 816 to the suffering K of PB at Galveston Texas lant week SPAKICS from 140 Myers thresher engine sat tire to a stack of bay for D S Jobnton of the McKInncy section Saturday WOODSTOCK Hon It C Warren of thin place and Ben V Smith of Somerset will speak at Woodstock Saturday next 27th EVKUV republican will be at the troll e two weeks from today Let tho demo crate boas active and prompt and Lin coin will get in rise rlgbfcolumn again WE will consider It a favor It thota owing this paper will settle Limited mean will not permit us to do a credit business so help us go on a cash basis Foil RRNT Thepettyof tbo lato Dr T H Lewis near Turner vllle Good location for a physician His 11 priceIMil WILLIAM DotJtJ says that when Hon Vincent Horclng spoke at Hue tonvllla tamp tlmo since the 11th dis trict was welt represented but precious few voters from tho 8th honored the Congressman with their presence IT U lust two weeks from today till tho election You can do tho erotic party a great deal of good in tha short time If you will go to work and keep It up A taw votes might be worth u great dual In the foal result wont you help try to get them DKMOCItATlO SPEAIi1N01Hoe nW Miller of Madison will speak at Hubble Wednesday night Oct 24 at Klngsvlllo Thursday night Oct 25 at MoKlnney Friday sight Oct 20 and at Rowland Saturday night Oct 27 You are most cordially Invited to hear him Tin Courier Journals correspond sot says that between 1000 and i500 heard Messrs Yankee and Bradley at Danville Saturday Judge M C Saul joy and Dr W B Penny who saw the crowd estimated It at 600 or 600 Tho colored brother was very much In ovl dunce and he enjoyed Sax tons soul stirring music greatly BARN HUItNEUThesplendid largo barn of Hon B B King of Moroland mornta of cODllumedf0 Ore originated The barn alono cost 1000 The mules wore valuable ones whllo Mr King had recently IMOO for tho stallion A corn crib close by alwent up In tho names The loss is shoat 1000 with no insurance Tins Is not vcrlocate but us our merchants might got caught like this Loulsvlllo firm did wo print it Th Kentucky game law has been lustaincd by tho court of appeals The Chase Davidson Co was lined In tho m1lc court for soiling quail during tho Cle sensors Tim slrcult court reversed tho Judgment The appellate court re verses tho circuit court nnd orders tho Ones reinstated This company had on hand 80U quell nod as the Ana Is 85 each they will have to pony up 81000 cooperatlonmeetl church Saturday was tho lurguet eve r held In tho county Tho good 10011- of that section spread an excellent din nor and the 000 or 800 who RIO left enough for as many more Splendid addresses were made by Bids J T Drown of Loulsvlllo B J Plnkerton of Hustonvllle G W Mills of Junc tion City Joseph Dallou and J U Ltv ingston of this county Tho annual election of onicers resulted as follows P W Curter president A D Root sectrotary treasurer This body Is now put of debt entirely and has over 9100 la the treasury resident Carter tells us 0 DAINS Corn Cruher at Higgins McKlnnoys eCOALheating stoves at Warren te Shanks WE eovsl varieties of nice seed wheat for sale J H Baughraan t CtItQUit ofUad wear cant be beat Look nt it before you buy J P JonesItOLD papers at this ofllco ebeupt Drown paper good for putting under carpets also A LINE of heating stoves from 8176 up Call and see them Georgo H Furrle S Co PRACTICALLY open all tbo time pat torn bats a specialty Mrs Kirby and Miss VRnDevcerIt Do not buy from peddlers Got them from Hamilton cheaper and with a guarantee on themItWi bavo plenty of all grades of cool at high prices buy before It goes high cr J H Baugbman ft CoItNOTICE TO TAxLAYEitsSix percent will bo added to all city taxes notI paid by Nov 1000 L R Hughes collector ITS a surprise to many lovers of flnoI footwear to find In a little town like Stanford Hanans Shoes They aro sold by John P JooelItANOTIIKH small crowd greeted Hon W U Xclglcr the prohibitionist at the courthoui6 Saturday night Ho did nut fill his appointment on tho street Saturday A cool of handsome Black Minorca chickens passed through hero ester day to the secretary of the InterStato Fair at Atlanta Ga They were from R L Elkin of Lancaster POSTMASTER J C FLOHENCE wrote to headquarters about tho supplements wo spoke of his refusing to let ua send out In our paper and be finds bo did right In depriving us of tho privilege L oAbo department sanctions his do clslon THE verdict of life Imprisonment for Henry Youtscy charged with being In tbo conspiracy to murder Gov Goebol was read from the INTEHIOK JOUR ALS bulletin board IP less than a half hour after It was rendered at George town Saturday morning r TilE Warren Grlgsby Chapter is re quested to meet with Mrs J W Al corn this afternoon at 2 oclock It Is Important that every member bo pros ant as a delegate to the National con vention at Montgomery Ala will be appointed at this meeting hERI01tt Tbo change Is made for sundry reasons the principal being that we had con slderablo dlftculty In obtaining the best results from onr largo press which is still on hood to bo uicd as occasion may demand AT Lancaster yesterday there was general disappointment at Senator Jo C S Blackburns failure to Oil his en gagcment but lions W J Price o Danville and R W Miller of Rich mond gave tho crowd some good dem ocratlo doctrine and the silvertongued Senator was forgotten for the while Wood Dunlap of Lexington told the republican talo of woo WITH no contest to look after lien G G Gilbert will be in position to do much good for his constituency during the next two years his experience be ing Incalculable advantage to him Unlike his opponent Dr John Wit lame he Is a man of ability and re sources and a statesman worthy the namo Show your appreciation of him by stamping under tho rooster and your vote will bo recorded for Bryan Stevenson and Bcckbam as well eje4dk Oct 20th Honiaras Mill Saturday af tcrnooa 1 oclock Oct 27th Round Knob Schoolhouse Saturday nighti Oct 27th W S Burch and George 11 Saulley- will speak at Richards Schoolhouse Monday night Oct 29th Moore s Schoolhouse Tuesday night Oct 10th Chestnut Ridge Schoolhouse Wedncs CreekeThursday night Nov lilt A LAUUE crowd coma to town last night expecting to hear Senator Jo C S Blackburn but that gentleman bad cancelled his dates owing to tbo death of his son inlaw and whllo there wu some disappointment lion Richard W Miller of Richmond who filled his engagement soon diapallcd It and In u hoursopresented his aids creditably IIo- Itll very ready and polished speaker and wo bollovo u great future awaits him lie is only years old but bo handled State and National questions with the ability ol a veteran on the ros trum Mr Miller has a list of appoint ments In this county beginning at Hub isle Wednesday night and if our friends want to hear a real good speaker they should turn out In force when ho comes In their midst Hon R C Warren was called for when Mr Miller had concluded hie remarks und he ro eponded with a timely talkI aplpolntc Dau2b1Ielection which Is to be held two weeks from today They are a splendid set men and will give general satisfaction D republicanStanford D Hud J A Wright R Judges W T Sounders D sheriff Hart Luce R clerkStanford No 2J H McAlUter D and W P Carson R Judges Joe U Rout D sheriff James L Totten R clerkStanford No iJ C Bailey D and VOentryR clerk Stanford No IBen P Martin D CharierItollersclerk Crab Orchard No 1S C Hays D and Thomas Napier R judges E Jones D sheriff James C King R clerk ChandlerJudges Calvin Whitt D sheriff D B Edmiston R clerk- Wavncsbunr No IW R Single JudpWson R clerk- Wnyncsburg No 2C M Thump JudgesJames i Cartv D clerk No LD R Adams TIWR clerk WrllbtoForrlll D sheriff J J Durham R clerk Hustonvllle No 2J P RIffe D and Henry Bastlo It judges E D Kennedy D sheriff Grant North R Hustonville No 3W A Coffey D and Len Manning R judges B D Carter D sheriff George Curtis R clerk GO Beckbam Is confident that bo will bo elected A D Leavcll sold to Fox Si Lawton a yoke of oxen at tc Spendthrift the noted race bone sire died at Lexington yesterday It Is reported that 10 or 15 persons wero killed by a cyclone in Texas The celebration of the 21th anniver vary Vanderbilt University Is going at Nashville National Democratic Chairman Jones says ho Is absolutely convinced Bryan will be elected Four firemen were killed and a number of others injured during a tire In St Paul Minn GUN REPAIRING I No matter what goes wrong with your gun send It to tu and twill be Promptly and Skillfully Repaired At a moderate cost IHnvitLE OTCLR Co US Third St Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE J oftSATURDAY NOVEMBER 3n 1000 At residence at McCrcary sell to tho highlit and best bidder the following property 3 Horses extra yearling cult S milk cowsa culroj 10 extra yearling cattle W hogs good twohone wagon pony oweslredmyhouseloldgins at ID AC Terms made known on day of sale T C Our rPY McOreary Ky At Freds Exchange IYou will always nod good treatment good Hour good meal ihlpstutT good bran catlow prices Ho will glvo you tit pounds of fine Hour and pounds of bran a of wheat or 38 pounds of flour for one Iloot forget to en on when you want wheat exchanged or buy flour meal Ac NOTICE All persons knowing themselves Indebted to tho estate of H M Powell will please como forward and settle at once J T LEAVELL Adra II 1L Iowell Gilberts Greek WT=A competent lady stenographer doslrcH to teach a class of shorthand pupils Ad AvekK y FARMERSor Uiwolu ItnyleuwlUarrardcounties who bare haled hay lor sale will and It to their interest to write uitnlltr and pile K II II C Rybnwedlately FOX 5 LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand an for sale at ell times W Logan Wood Manager COAL SALT I will have my coal bins completed J Oct und will keep on hand three grade- of tho heat coal i also salt and I will sell to merchant by wagon lord at a very smul- rutrgln Will continue prices HlcUory Spokes StnvesandlloadIngs- Otmds and Orocerlcs at rook bottom prices aivfl moo mgneyR 3 FURNITURE CARPETSrN WALL PAPfifc A Big Crash In Prices setaCoil I t 175a36x72 Moquette Rugs 275 30x60 175 18x36 75 Picture frames made up to date and at your own price These are prices that little buyers are paying W W WITHERS Stanford Ky ALL WOOL JBJLdkets tram Can now ie looked upon as a useful article We have them jn fanny ofl4colors and white with pink and blue borders also n nice line ijomeMade Contorts Mule of the list prints and silkallncs and titled with four pounds of choice baiting UNDERWEAR FORALL Union Suits for Ladies from 25 cents up to I2 Separate pieces for Men 25 cents up to ro Union Stilts for Men f175 We have Coopers Imported Winter weight Balbriggan the best garment made for Men at the price fl JOHN P JONES Stanford THBSE ARE ALL NEW 50 New French Flannelettes Eddy Stone Percales Brandenburg Cloths 15 now Waist patterns in fine French Flannels no two alike 2J yards make a waist Ladies Patent Leather WalK ing Boots Misses Patent Leather Spring heel Shoes A few Bargain Silks left at less than half price We want you Fall business and are offering more inducements than any house in this section SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House RKGGINS IolIImHEY t THE LEADING Grocers Ana Haraware Daders Stanford Ky f J A ALLEN CO dContractors And BUilders fSTANFORD KY Have now u complete stock of llulldlng Material yellow Pino looting Ceiling Doon gush llllnds and all of Dressed and Rough Lumber Shingles and titevt Roofing Los rut Posts c We make e8tlmac on anyklnd of work wanted Oillco opposite Dr L II Cooks 1Ifyour subscription is due do us the kindness to remit 4 t p m INTERJORJOVRNAI- E red n the potlojflce at lanford a cartdclau mailer 3eubliahs3Tnooiwy auGSriQop- at 1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopaldsaOO will a haired CRAB ORCHARD Henry Fisbt of Paint Lick is spend lag a few days with Mrs M E Fist The teacherd of this district met bere on Saturday and had a pleasant and profitable time Mrs Claudlo liulman and family will leave soon for Flomaton Ala for an extended visit to friends In a Southern climeOur merchants and milliners have a tine supply ol fall and winter goods an dealt all their old customers to give them a call Louis Bell is preparing to remove his old residence on Stanford street and will replace it wjth a handsome cottage of modern style David Smith has bought the home sad farm of Mr McWborter on Lan caster street and is preparing to erec quite a nice annex to the old residence The weather continues remarkably dry making water for stock very scarce yet in the Immediate vicinity there Is etlll an abundance of pure sparkling water which renders thli section justly famous Dr Baker of Versailles has just closed a protracted meeting at the Baptist church which resulted In only one addition yet was certainly productive of Jiuch good It was largely attended and enjoyed by all denominations Eld Wheatley filled the pulpit Sunday The ladles of the C W B M Socie ty will give a a pie social Friday night ut tbe residence of Dr JS Stapp All urn cordially invited No charges for admittance but all are expected to have a pleasant time socially and should any one desire to contribute a free will offering it will be thankfully received by the ladles Mies Mollie Pittman of Parksvllle is a pleasant visitor to Miss Bettle Higgins Dr Sam Scott and bridenee Miss Katie James have gone to Som erset where they will probably make their future home Mrs Capt Dillon and Mrs Rhoda Higgins ert Monday for a visit to Somerset and other points Kenna Farris Is still quite III with ma laria Miss Locklp Dillon Is spending a few days with relatives in Corbin from thenco to Tennessee perhaps to spend the winter Mrs Sarah Brooks and daughter Miss Mollie will leave soon for an extended visit to John Brooks and family In Atlanta Ga Mrs Margaret Gormley Is contemplating a visit to her daughter Mrs J W Cook at Indianapolis Mrs Perry King was summoned by telegraph to Corbln to see her little granddaughter Ruth Andrews who la down with diphtheria DEAFNESS CANNOT DE CURED lly local appllcalloni as tbe cannot reach the di verged of the nr There s only one war- tocureJoalneMand that U by constitutional edits Deafneta la caused by an loaned con ton of the mucous llQjni of the Euitachlan Tube When this tube la d you hare a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing end when It la entirely rhed IltaloeM the ru end unite the in fliinmatlon can be taken out and thl tube rtitor cd to Ito normal condition hearing will bedntroy by Ct 1tanhwhfcblaaoddogbutanlnnamed condition We will giro One Hundred Dollars for any caw of Deafness cauwd by Catarrh that cannot le cured by halts Catarrh Turf send for circular free J KJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Bold b Urucclti 75- cJlalla Foully Pills ere the best In his speech ut Lexington Gov Bradley took occasion to vehemently t dedy the charge that be bad any Infor mation of a plot to assassinate Gay Goebel Ho asserted that he bad been excused by counsel for the defense from testifying In the Powers and Yooteev trial for the reason that bo knew noth log to tell for sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Chamber lalnnPaln Balm Try it For sale by Craig ft llocko llrug- gistsPOSTED The portion whoso names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of game of kind ut tiny tlmo of the year on their lands and will prosecute to the full extent of the law any who violate S II Ilauchmun J K Haughinan Dr Steele Ilalley J E Ilruce J T Harris E Woods S Iettux JC+ MCCbMY U1TD33STAKEE Manufacturer and Dcalcarln i Ee1U EJSS SADDLERY e Stanford Ky I MIDDLEBURG Miss Lou Adams was at home from her school last Saturday and Sunday also Beselo Foglo T H Moran has purchased the house and lot hero that was formerly owned by Theo Wesley Mrs Ed Paul of McKinney was visiting tho family of John Paul last week Mrs Joseph Fletcher and her grand daughter Miss Maud SImms are both not expected to live Miss Kato McIntosh is also very low with typhoid fe ver and there ar numerous other fe ver cases reported In this section- T J Bell President of the Huston vllle Green River Telephone line Is having the line overhauled and it is to be hoped bo will succeed In getting it in firstclass shape before bo stops as it is a perfect nuisance as it is and has been for some months past The political speaking hero last Thursday night was attended by quite a largo crowd The speakers were Hon Ben V Smith candidate for con grew and J W Colyer both of Som erset Judge Belden and Mr Broad us Cock rum wcio the republican speak ersW T Coulter has about completed his new residence J T Wheeler Is having the finishing touches put on his now residence Prof Davis has bad considerable Improvements made on bis college building this fall and IB having a much better school than wo have bid before with prospects for still greater attendance after the com mon schools have expired- J W McWhorter Sr sold a tract of land in the Grove neighborhood to L B Lee at 81 per acre Dr J T Wenleyand son Jason are in Louis vllle this week and John Adams of Fishing Creek was visiting his daughter Mrs H C WcWhorter Mrs Nancy J Davis will move into her property here within the next few days Mrs Ann Roy will movo to Chattanooga about Nov 1st where she will make her future home J C Coulter am wife have abandoned their visit to Texas and Missouri on account of sickness In their family F E Gil lette and wife returned from Indianap oils Monday They will return to tbat city next week where they will make their home in the future Ned Gillette a brother will take cbargo of their business hero CHURCH MATTERS Dr William Shelton preached at Harrodsburj Sunday For about tbe dozentb time the Dow le elders have been run out of Mans field O They will never learn appar ently tbat Mansfield is a hopeless field Rev George W Dunlap preacbed at the Courthouse Sunday afternoon and talked at Miss Mary McAfees yester day afternoon He will give these talks at the courtbouse each afternoon this weekThe following ladles went uptto Morelaml Sunday morning and organ ized a mission of tbe C W B M with 12 members Mesdames Eliza Blaln L B Cook W B OBannon J G Carpenter Alice Cloyd Will Severance and Misses LIccie Beazley and Annlo Shanks Rev W E Arnold is at Little Rock Bourbon county this week assisting Rev K M Leo in a protracted neet Ing Rev O B Beck will preach at the Methodist church here next Sun day morning and night and Dr C A Cox will have cbarge of the aervlco at Meals Creek at 31 M KIRKSVILLE The teachers association met at Gil cad Saturday vhlch was a very enjoy able affair especially the dinner A cake walk by the juniors Is grolni to be one of the features of our enter talnuient on the Oth of November Klrkavlllo has taken on now life since the opening of the Secrest Normal nod Business Institute Painting repair tae etc are the order ef the day Wo see nothing from Preacheravllle In the JOURNAL We wonder If one of the Normalltes tho former pupils 01 Prof Secrcst can not give us Items from that widcawako village Will Lawrence the popular salesman in J B Walkers largo stole Is a democrat who has the right ring He says he eate sleeps singe and whistles democracy He has named all the cats dogs and pigs about his place Bryan and Beckham Misses Elizabeth and Kate Oldhan are visiting their aunt Mrs John DC ty this week Prof Secrcst visited the teachers association at Carters vllle last Saturday He addressed the association on the cooperation of Teacher and Parent Miss Pattie Willis accompanied her sister Mrs McMurry home Arthur Tevis is visiting his father W T Tar Is Mrs Will Miller and Miss Mary Miller were guests of Mrs Oldham Burton Farris spent Sunday at horn Miss Nell Mershon is visiting Miss Lena Palmer There is a great deal of sickness here especially among the children Little Walter Stone Tcvls is about well and Ellen Walker is better Prof M D Hughes of Lancaster was on our streets last week The professor Is a Maccabee of the Maccabees The young Bees here say ho Is the King BeeIn =his speech at Danville Saturday 1r Yerkes took occasion for the first line to deny the allegations of the- Hon James Andrew Scott with refer ence to the alleged secret conference at the Galt House In Louisville at which time Mr Scott believed the death of- William Goebel was ordained by say ing that at no time by no person In- no way was thu murder or death of or the doing of harm in any way or In any form to Senator Goebol or to any other person mentioned or discussed at that conference This may bo true but why has Mr Yorkes remained lent so long though repeatedly asked to deny or affirm Be could have saved himself much trouble by answering questions propounded to him last June by a paper published within 10 miles of hIs borne and which have confront rd him in newspapers all over the State Tho assassination scheme may have not been concocted at the Galt House conference but every one of those named by Mr Yerkes as being present on that ocaalon hay since endorsed tbo acts of those who did conspire and carry into execution the damnable plot to remove Mr Goebel There may a difference between the man vho plans and com mite and the ono who approves an un lawful act butlt is the small difference between tweedledum and tweedledee- In fact if there be any difference It Is In favor of the former for it takes a certain kind of courage to commit a criminal act while any coward can approve of one It Is therefore not a matter of much moment whetber Mr Yerkes helped plan the crime or not lo and his party endorse and approve Its execution and they must answer for It two weeks from today when we hope and believe the verdict aznlnst nssaasl nation as a means of government will bo so decided that assassin and their sympathizers will be forever done for Lexington Morning Democrat Patent Leather The Dress Shoo for special occasions You must Lave them Those informed know Idyls Patent Leather goes Into all first class patent leather shoes None can be better Ours are the Manse Shoes every stitch of whose work is guaranteed Price 74 and 1- 5The UltraThe Ladles Drees Shoe beautiful patent leather jet block cloth top hand worked eyelets 3 50 We have another Ladies Patent Leather not quite as good as the Ultra but a good one and a pretty one in both heel and spring heel price f3 ENAMELS Little Gents sizes 0 to 12 f160 Youths sizes 121 to 2 1175 Boys sizes 2j to 512 JIloJf0 19il 1IDJR1Bl S Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Pres Wanted To Raise Tobacco And Corn on abates with some good nun or I will rent a farm fur mone C It IIKAWNEH Uanrllle K7 FINE FARM FOR SALE Dr P W Louans faint of Ilk era of No Hanging Fork land Is for el privately It b1 upon it a tplendld 16 story l rl house tuge tobacco barn orchard and out bull lInjp Fifty to acres tlrgln Il end LMUt fun woodland Finely watered and In all rnnrcti a tlntflasi firm 1xated on Sanford A Mllledg villa turnpike cnntenlent to on 0 S and I A N railroad It It a good bum nut t pros eWe lUTeitiuenl Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will pity market price cash for them and also Hide Wool Feathers Ac I H DAVIS PRUITT BROSMOUELANU KV FurnitureLivery Undertaking Pair of year old well broke mules rlr slot IT hands high NEW LIVERY STABLES W BURRE sm Pro JUNCTION CITY KY nIlratClaM Turnouts Keaionable Itatc Special Attention to Travellnj Men Grain and Hay Tor Salt BLUE GRASS NURSERIES FALL 1000 CTerftbloe for the Vcbard lawn and llanl n Trees by lbe mtlllon Fruit ot cud itrnaiucn- ul Asparagus ira Tlnei smell trult and er neetlm alout the home country or In boIttoUllrlCfttoH f IIHLKXMiVEll Islington K 7 OLD MOCK WHISKY Oeorge U Veatherfonl lice a contract fo FULL CotTiiob AD SALE of Old Mock Whts ky In IIuston r4e KV d MOCK Danville Ky Js Wa PARKHILL M D- HOME3PA7HI3 PSYSICIAU Dr Parkhlll hue had years xperleoce In the general practice of and offers his service to the public of Slanrordi and Tlclnltv Special attention hronlo carol Olllce oslto Court Iloui over Hcitiley bra Livery Stable Offer holtrs from to a r tr ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERIOK i And Dealer In Lime Cement c o Wrlto For Prices TWO FARMS FOR SALE Uarinic decided to change rar rotation I will ell prlTatelr arty fann on whlrb lire 34 of a illefroin Urcha d Ky Tbla farm U lloe laud In itateotruliltatlon creel ot the bottom Und that It nod uuru ami mraJow land balance W aov Is uj and sal writ edaptedtocorn- wheat blue gnu aul all other crnjis A brick Iwelllnn uf roouu and cellar a will of plemlK rentuoe water at the door two gunl Irneiuen tllkllalPlwithstock wa er make ibh the w it delnllo farm lc ibla end of the 1- 117411OroIIOOlall host Oral Orchard Kyou le0eIer ureetupiweue the fu Crab ilhar1 Sprlngo All Iti fntt with urge Wck lurnaudsu sininilanr of water with one of the lltwt ImlldloK Ill In the oHghbor bood Aleoanice cotug in lanfonl Ky on Lamar ter atiwt with gvwlcuetero garden Ac attached For urine cill aitoreddre- It f IIIIIJSIII Crab lrrhI Ky GREENBRIER SPRINGS FOR SALE I will sell at pullk sale on Monday Noyombor 6thOO At the court hou e door at Slsnfurd Ky about U oclock noonthinen llrlir Spring proj rty t4uillesfruiu Crab Orchard ronsisllni of aliou acres of with all th hotel IIII IIDIJe- lub1 cottages atablos end other Improvement The place baa uiaRnlllcetit rljalbe te and maiiue da iprlnjra and exqalilte scenery It has not leirun as a iiiinmer irwrt lor Mias ypa1bllt lu teen wlIear fur and l a for a wideawake man to nuke KKMS Unetblrd cash balance in one and two pan with Ilx per tent Intern from date untllpddcuda11wrstaluolupon th the property Fur Inlorraatlon Icqulre of J IL Iaxton Atlorneyat Law Stanford Kp or Col J Cbannler Crab Orchard or addrr the under ilunedat IUIIIIM II CIIESAIHT Farm For Sale I WO3t Lincoln County Farm I An unimproved f n approximating 2C ACRESTwo miles train HmlonTllle luiinedlaiely on the 11117111Iteenttte There are sixty urn to wheat tide fell twenty or twenty tire acrryb original growth of timber conililliiK liunienre etaar imt wild remainlegrom aprlnes that nsrer till oven In tie drvcM easona bnoiigh timber can be cut and sawed on beplacotoliuproresauie and there are plenty of ocu lento pur nes This Kjundarybas been uted for grailug mirpom o- ren end no better bluecraas can lio found In the tale Will prlr reasonably origin long time on deferred ayineuli Mr James Vantlt un the obn U Carpenter place will show the lend to ny applicants or apply to W L fKrCIIKIt Danrllle Ky J II RAINES Is a candidate for tile nomlnntlnn of Jnllc of Lincoln county subject to the actloi of the Democrat perry Vai 1ANDGRAF Is a cnndltlnto for Asitwcr of Lincoln amt ty subject to democratic notion TIIALES U WHICIITI- s a candIdate for AIIlor of Lincoln count subject to the action of tho democratic J arty JOHN C PEPPJLESI- s ttcmiJUlato for Jailer of Lincoln County subject to the action of tho democratic party support Is solicited DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tho democratic party He solicit your support QTJS KcCOEKAOK- Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to tho action of the democrat party GEO A EU HANKS It a candidate for Jiillcr of Lincoln county subject to the action of the dvmocratli party JAMES T JONESI- s candidate for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic pu- ty MISS LIZZIE C JONES- Of Moreland has opened a Commute Lino of Millinery at Junction City Anlln CuuDlrylrWue FOR RENTFor fyoe A lane houe lu Unciulir with eight rooms stall cod laNttl well suited r a lurJln home once It licyotrally located fur all kind ol builntu Ikfrrenev J M UKAStl nth A J noa streets Waco Ttsat FOSTED myfarm1yaL LANIM1IIAF Krlger Ky NTfarnfBKD IKVLiaOtUobilni Kjr LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgevillo Ky We have 75 good stuck Hug for salt and bout 30 head of stock Heifers LUTES it CO Mason HotelMRS U D SUU80Nror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid Everything firBtclaw 1ortci meet all trains SO LKND FOR SALE For sale a Tract of Land containing 13 acre two miles srom Stanford on Lancas ter k limb Ilrunch Turnpike lieliiic ftln ItraulIahall right easyJ K- yTo Sell FarmsYou want to drop an adver tisement In the heel mountain newspaper which Is the Somerset JoUrnnl Two Inches ono month for II In advance 1J Oxuincix Manager Somerset Kv FRITH HOTELF FSAIJCISCO Proprietor AT DEPOT DRODHEAD KY lIt Hotel In the mountain rates tonI orUri meet eUlrans fjictlal atuallou to tree cling men H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFOKD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Fee me before you let your minting I IlIlterI1ndworth I will sell you paper as chimp HI you can buy It In town nod hang It lit ac per bolt will do painting In JJrOBiilEN All work guaranteed Stanford Ky BEAZLEY NAYS- UNDERT1ERS IlKALKIU IN Furniture MattingsRtigS And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furniture for all of Sunlc Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY iOSrEDII hereby rd eud the I Ing of any kind to the extent of the law M KKUANI A 8 PRICE SnrgcoH Dentist Stanford Ky OffictoTrr Mcltobsrlt Drug Stars lath Ilnlldlnf R A JONES DENTIST I Stanford ity Ofllce over Hlggirs A McKlnnoys Ston Telephone 0 u Painting Repairing I am prepared to pnlnt and repair your InfirstelsestyleEaivrlenced teed can hare rout new for very lilt to mOlll y J OHKRU StanforU Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE 1YManufactured by Adams k Co 1alnt Mck dir Is II Rturantefil sure euro for horses and mules filleted with IM u In Pitllevll Swlnnej fcrutchr Saddle Ilotls Hard and Soft Enlargements Orcoar lltvl flbte Ae For sale W It Mfltob IltmpbrePLiberty nuuvlllo WayncburFDunn MlUeilcorllle gen It Jeler Middlebnrp Ky Cash A Me Ultire Turnoravllle J II Vunhook MoKln nay THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The mot centrally located and only FIRSTCLASShotel l4 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district And two block from the thrt principal theatre Street cars paw the door to all puts 01 Tho City Everything neat and clean FIRST NATIONAL BANK mSTNJUlt Cayltal Stock JIWOOO Sarplui 117653 61 This Institution orlilnitljr nUbllibeJ as the Dt pelt nk otetaeferd In Iota thto rsotvaalaol at the Natlooal Hank of Staabnl la 1KJ aodl sorfanlMd as Us flat National Hank of Stanbrti B IU Iou bad practically unlnterrupUJ silit sac for4t ysirs It la talks luppllfj now iIC- 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