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SEMIWEEKLYn INTERIOR JOURNAL i PLVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2719009 A M NO 77 t I NEWS NOTES t In China coal miner work 12 hours a day fur IOu Now York capitalist will locate a plpo organ factory ot Kultawa A livery stable ut Princeton N J burned and 15 horses perished Tbo court of appeals hue decided that an Insurance policy on tulcldo Is good Tbo Cumberland river la rising rapidly and It Is feared It will ovcrllow Us banks W S Caglo of Clinton found two pearl In Clinch river which are valued At 81000 Fugitive Charles Flnley sale neither ho nor W S Taylor will apply for Fed oral Jobs Wllllo Clark aged It was killed at WllKesbarre Pa while trylnpto ride like a circus roan A big landslide near Clarksburg W Va destroyed flvo largo coal mines and several residences The Frank Fchr Brewing Co of Loulivlllo has bought tho Gerard IIo tel at Howling Greta for 10000 Because of a quarrel over n woman Will Lawrence killed Charles Wood an oil friend In Lctohor county The imputation of ICantas shows an Increase of 3 per cent and that of No vadu bows a decrease faf 74 per cent Byron Ladv a 17 year old pupil In Lyon county assaulted and badly In jured his school teacher Carl Oresh amTea and sujrar cot Russia annually 1201000000 spirits boor and wino are consumed to the value of 8110000000 onlyPearl Newman was found guilty of murder in the Ont degree for the kill log of Actor McCauley ut nunllngon W Va- Jobn Ciiibuuo u prominent farmer 1ving near Paducah committed noN cldo by huftgloir la his barn Cause unknown Tbe women fund for the Goeb l monument Is 1titiI3I time amount III ing on UiKMlt with the State National Dank at Frankfort Capt W M Meredith of Illinois has born appointed to SUPO Claude M Johntou as obi ol the bureau ol engraving and wltttioir- Uupl of 1uWlo Instruction McCbsw tiny bus lIO which a school ttncber nt Nashville returned beam e ha says his certificate was bogus W F M lllek on Idaho cattle king has been sent to a New York asylum a raving lunatic as tho result of being KUdJbfttrucd In Chicago a week ago Bishop Henry 0 Potter In an ad dross advocated the organltallon of a vigilance committee ol 26000 reform ors to cleanse New York City of vise Tho disappearance of George Saddler from Simpson county many years ago was explained by tbo discovery of hie skeleton In a sinkhole near Fraiflclla The formal iafo of the Louisville and St Louis Air Line took plaao at Hunt Ingburir Ind repreeontallvea of tho Southern railway buying It In for M 030000 Former President Kroger landed at t MarsviI dos and was given a hearty re ception In reply to the address of welcome bo said the liners would nev cr surrender In a preliminary oratorical contest Willie O Tyler n Negro who la work log his way through Indiana Uolvorsl tr ut Bloomington won tho right to represent that Institution In the State oratorical contest Tho total value of railroad property In Kentucky Is 862i7M73 on Increase of more than 1000000 over last years figures Tho bulk of tho increase Is placed on tho big roads and tho In crease In valuation of the Ltit N Is 13811231 Tho population of Mississippi as nn nounccd by tho census bureau Is 1581 270 an increase of 201007 or 20 2 per cent In 10 years Tho population of West Virginia Is 058800 an Increase of 250 per Coat and Missouris popula Lion U 3100105 un Increase of 160 por cent Miss Clara Barton head of the Red Cross Society has placed with a firm at KHtroll N q an orftor efor lOJO 000 Btruwborry plant Theeo plants will be distributed among tho fruit growers of Texas who Buffered so se verily from tbo great September storm Heavy ruins all over Kentucky have swollen all tho smaller rivers and streams and caused much damage by ovcrllow At Hopklnsvlllo Little river was at the highest stage for 31 years Stores und dwellings were Hooded and many small houses worn swept away Hundreds of people were driven from their homes and there was great ap prehension The case of Caleb Powers was sub milted In tho court of appeals without argument and time was given until Dec 1 to file briefs Tho case of Jim Howard was also before tho court and tbo time to Ule a copy of tho record was extended until Dec 1 It Is bo Moved the Howard case will not bo sub mltted In time for If decision by the present court Before students of the Bible College Lexington can play trot ball they must lot tho consent of the faculty John Hubburd was killed by ofllcera at Mlddlcfboru while resisting arrest for carrying concealed weapons ale defeated Harvard 23 to 0 In a game of football Saturday Tbo lorI timer Is now tho undisputed foot ball champion James Parker of Parts won the hon UolverlltyInniton Dec 8 A daughter has arrived to bless the union of Mr and Mrs W It Vander blli Jr and the little thing Is heiress to many millions Tho Pitteburg coal combine has refused to recognize the Englucers1 As sociation and 110000000 bushels of coal la tied up at Pltisburg Mrs Bridget Sullivan shot at Pro bate Judge Goodwin In the court room at Springfield 0 because ho commit asylumThb In a gale on the lower St Luwrcuce river and not a soul escaped The victims were a crow of 10 and seven passen gers Leonard Day u millionaire was cut Mtrnoapoliebyas tho result of a tight over a trivial matterFormer City Treasurer Doss of Nashville on trial for forgery made a dramatic appeal for leniency saying ho bad bwxirao converted to Jesus Christ The Jury gave him throe years In one case Three other oases are yet to be trIed Perhaps the Oral attempt on record to levy a tax upon foot ball Is to be made by Ute olty of Lebanon The mu ntelpal auUiorltiN have deeldid that andar the citys ordlaneoM the game Is taxable and are tonklag arrulu men to collect the tux With but a shingle exception the elorkholder of the tiermea National flank ol Nawix rt have Hgreed to an- eensment of 70 per cunt on condition IMIITh fourth nuuual Siatu maetlng of Kantuekyof the United Dambiers of the Coofaderaey eloetl at Witmhatttar to meet next year at ItiliaVtlitown Tba following offleers were chosen Mr Ida Stoner of Parts prasldsnt Mrs George Sulstor of Maysvlllo vice president Mrs Anna Doaha Luoat of Purls corresponding secretary Slits Rosa Todd of Owcnsboro recording secretary MM J M Poyntz of Rich mond treasurer Mr Lula Long of Frankfort historian CHURCH MATTERS St Julies Kplsoopnl church at Lox Inctorrwlll bo void al auction today to satisfy a mortgage of 31000 Rev H B Zerner of Klrksvlllc filled Rav S M Rankin pulpit ntlbo Presbyterian church Sunday Thanksgiving services will bo hold nl the Methodist oburoh beginning at 1090 AM Rev J B Grouch will proaeh There wire 11 baptised Sunday at Wm Harris where Itav John Jllukov held a revival it few waakii ago In which thure wore about 100 professions Corbin Pulhflsder The muting ut Hayosvllle Marlon county conducted by Its J B Crouch and A J Pike resulted In six additions to the church and a general awakening of the members Hid B J PInkerton of Iluitonvlllc will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock The C W B M will follow that evening with an open session beginning at 7 oclock To remove n trop bl ntome corn or bun len First soak the corn or bunion in warm witter to soften it thou pare it down nlo closely as possible without draw ing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain linlm twice daily rubbing vigorously for live minutes nt iaoh application A corn plaster Hhotiul be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment fin epralns bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Uiilmis unequaled For sale bv Crulgtt flicker Druggists What bright oyes you Jmvo said the visitor to fiveyearold Tommy IIOil must have plenty of sleep Yes ho answered my mamma makes mo go to bed every night at 5 oclock Thats to keep you heal thy said the visitor No It Isnt Mamma wants to mend my clothes There U more Catarrh In this section ot the country than ill olhvr illoatm rut logvthrr aid IllcurIeImIIlIndIItirunouooil oat ie lxlenco fur e Utrli tul a null uttonal IIIad llerefure CularrhCuteIrdo t It the only tonitllutloiul cure on the todroaTheyotGrIpifuranytaeItSails C11BNEynCOTohdo0Noll Halls tamUTI1IIM lire the best LANDSTOCKCROPSETC November corn reached COc ntCblci gow R Cook sold to R L Hubble five 150I to W H Traylor an aged mule for 9I0 Prellehersvll1eII 4eAdvocutoI the sales corn to 82 James Messersold to J U Baugb man d Co IIOCOJbaTes of bay at 810 per ton J J McCnll bbuphtof George Grit fin 15 cahat 810Mt Yernon Sig nal Axtcll Ig to be sold at the New York Horse Show He once brought 8105 000 G A Swtncbroad sold privately at Lancaster yesterday 50 slop cattle at a R F Campbell has rented A A Crutohflelds farm near Hwell for next year I Sweeney Morgan bought recently a car load of bogs at 4o and wants to buy more 121 ewes well bred to Southdown buck for sate R C Nunnelley Tur norevilloeJaifcofc McKechnla Jr has bought recently a lot of mule colts at 833 to 850 and n few yearlings ut 112 50 G D Wilson of Lexington sold to Iou Thomas of tbat city two One teams of show horses for 82000 A S Thompson of Bourbon bought In Jeswirulue 01 extra good feeders av eraglog 1000 pounds at 4 to Ha The State College at Lexington has bought the Alford farm of 00 acres adjoining the college grounds at 100- Wm P Bedford of Bourbon sold to Scbwaruoklld A Sulnberg 00 tat cattle that averaged It176 pound at 85 21 Mark Hanlln bouebt O barrels of corn last week at SI 73 Ha also bought 73bocK of fodder at 10a and had U led at Co tiiru Tae pacer Connor during him turf career has won 4U out of the 70 races In wblob be has started and had and trotted 135 heats In ataodard tIme A New York formers cow swallowed several dynamite earirldKeo and so fearful is her owner that she will blow up she has not been milked since Moatle Fox ties purchased during the week In Marion county 11 oaula 100 of them were feeders for which ho paid 4o and tho 21 fat satlo ooet him Cc Danville Ndwa Beazloy Broil sold to B L Lewis of Lexington five Southern horses at 855 bought a harness mare of J N Mcnc fee for 10 extra cotton mules ot Bright VYeagef at 802 and six small cotton mules of W W Lyon ft Co for a hog sale by John Salmon of Madison Mills 0 30 wero sold at an average of 20SBO which hog men say Is the highest average nado in the United States for five yours The en tiro herd sold for 82403 the highest priced hog selling for 8200 LANCASTBK CouitT Tboro wore about 160 cattle on the market at Lan cutter yesterday but very few sales were made buyers and sellers being for apart A few yearlings wont at 3i to io and hullers at 3a Butcher cat tIlt were dull at 2t to 3o There was no demand for common horses but a now ber of mules changed hands at ftJ6 to 8116 81070 TO CIUCAUO AND RBTUHN Account Thanksgiving Christmas and New Year holidays the Monon Route will soil tickets from Louisville to Chi cago and return at rate of 81070 on Nov 27th 2Sih and 2Jth good return tog until Deo 3rd account Thanksgiv ing and on Dec 22d 23rd 24th 25th and lht and Jan fat good returning until Jan 2d account Christmas and New Year Further paniculate and time schedule furnished free on appli cation to K B Bacon District Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky Chicago International Live Stock Exposition Die 18 1000 Monon Route The greatest of all Llvo Stock Shows All Monon trains stop at 47lb St Tho most convenient station for the stock yards Less than five min ules by electric car The Motion pal ace stock car trains run direst Into tbo yards Special rates for the Exposi tion week E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky To mutch tho lady of Wilson county In this State who Is 80 years old and has just seen a railroad for the first time Kansas produces a 70yearold citizen resident In a good sized town who has never heard a political tpccch and ho Isnt dear either1- 3IStTARKS mon IREWas the result of Ml iplendld health Indomit able will end tremendous energy are not found where Sumach Uver Kldneya mod HowrU lire out of order If want these qualities and the mrccti they bring use lr JUe IllU They develolevery Kwtr of brain and body Orly 21 Store Clerks and tho clergy urothe most numerous patrons of the bicycle Teachers are also great patrons of the wheal HON R c WARREN Lincoln Countys New Democratic Chairman LANCASTER James W Elmoro bought the home Of the late Mrs Nancy Arnold on Dan ville Ave for 82603 Andrew Thompson and Miss Alice Robinson both of Madison were marred at Lancaster yesterday- J C Thompson Is building another room In the rear of the Blue Grass Store on Richmond Avenue Judge liurnslde for tho county bought a One chair to be used as the seat of justice by Judge Saulloy T B Robinson was elected chair man and M D Hughes secretary of the democratic county committee Mrs Scott McGuIre was called to Richmond to see her sister MreV N Colton who bud u sirotca of paralysis Miss Mabel Doty of Texas Is the guest of Miss Fannie Bishop lime Laura Dvehouse and Mr Samuel Clark wore married last Friday- A wedding will take plaoa at Grove church in the early winter when handsome widow nod a popular traveling mean will take the marriage vows Marshal S D Turner has employed 0M Slier as raffurar deputy marshal and had him sworn In The good order which wa now enjoy fa sure to ba main aloud Tbo Thanksgiving sermon will be preaahed at the Christian church at 1030 oclock A M on Thursday by Rev W U Wolford pastor of the Baptist churchOur foot ball team and Central Uni varsity will play bore on Thursday af ternoon at 290 It will doubtioee be u bard fought parao and a good crowd will wliness it Tho advance In certain commodities since toe election will make the people pay back to the trusts the enormous corruption fund which ibov put up to elect McKinley- Mr James Ballard an estimable young man aced 23 years died near Paint Lick on Friday of typhoid fever His mother was formerly Miss Salllo Swope of Lincoln county to whom II extend sincere condolence Elder A R Moore will move ou Lex ington Avenue jiear tho Graded School J L Wouer will soon move to town and take charge of the Nlcholaovlllo mall line J Paul Miller Is nt home from college for Thanksgiving Dr W N Bush Is still vory sick B P Buck has purchased Mr Gastlnuaus meat market and grocery store Tho first doolamatorv contest of pu pile of public schools of Garrard county will bo held at the Opera House next Thursday night Miss Ellxa Lusk nct lug as chairman There are 11 conS testants A gold medal will ba given to the first and a sliver medal to tbo second best Tbo Paint LIck band will furnish music and It promises to be an enjoyable occasion under the management of Miss Amanda Anderson More mistakes aro unintentionally made In the slot room than anywhere else Whispering Is resorted to tbro kindness but It should bo abandoned Remarks of deaths are out of order Any remark which bears on the condi tion of tbb patient should be avoided unless It be of a cheerful and an en couraging nature A lady of this city who was suffering violently told her neighbor who called that It was caused by ac apple which oho had eaten whereupon she was told of a man who had died from the effects of eating an apple A lawyer was sick and his friends called to tell him that they helped to bury a lawyer whocomplaln cd exactly as ho was complaining Circuit court convened e8terdu with Judge MC Saufloy and Commonwealth Attorney Owsley on hand Tbo following gentlemen compose the grand jury to whom Judge oaulloy delivered a forcible and comprehensive charge E W Morrow T B Robinson Chas K Polndoxior J A Doty M G Aldrldge John icing J F Gnllaher D M Lackey J W Flow ors G B Robinson M F Rout The ootlt jury Is as follows T A Royce Iko Arnold Tom Miller H A B Marksburv James Bourne W B Jar vis Jake Joseph G S Greeulcaf W S Carrier John Easoa Nath Noe W L Lawson J M Palmer AB Brown JrfW D Scott J R Henry r W Stone J W Royston Edward Nailer- D S Lane W H Lackey T E Ad ems R L Elkin O J Hondron A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism ot the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For ale by Craig t4 Hocker Druggists o iBt + i7 4 l ll 1 Dont Delay c 1 1J J ii Delays are Dangerous I Now is the ft 1 iji 1 Time to I ChnfleUnderwear t1m I IiWe carry immense lines26c up Agents for Famous Royal Silk Plush I riiITPAYS TO TRADE AT i I THE GLOBE rI iX Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing tll Your money back if youre not satisfied I JJ rir mILLER HIHSGH ilanvilIerSuccessors to J L Fruhman Co a1 kl = JI- S3 J = =H Jas Ti ryeHas the Largest and Best Line of ReadyMade Clothing Douglas erythin firstclass13ry et JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky T Rr T Of AH Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hooker Stanford tags Ilrisatllfml9Q tl Bt A C SNEIICONTRACTOR BUILDERSTANFORD XENT 0 I make close estimates CtlIgguarantee perfect material as will be attest oed by any one of the many parties fore whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressediLtt1ttbclany 8RAN8PBiEVSltiQi3telt a tlaelQl FESIj SUPPLY Always on hand Give it a trial George H FairislDo If You Should Get Sic Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug ore Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STA NFORD KY Nov 27 1900 E C WALTON WE realize thai lion William Jen nings Bryan Isa groat Rood and hon est Wan and that he la n born statesman and leader but as ho has been honored with thd nomination for tbo f presidency twice and beaten the last time worse than tho first wo do not think ho should bo mado tho standard bearer again even If hu socks tbo nomination which wo believe ho will 4notdo This grand country of ours LJ too largo and material too plentiful to Rive one man all tho honors and we t hope and believe that tho next four years will bring to the front a elates man upon whoa democrats of all kinds can unite and elect The INTERIOR JOURNAL gave Mr Bryan the best In Its shop in 1890 and again this year and will cheerfully support him four years hence If the party thanks him the best IInnd most available man but to a man up a tree it does not look at present writing like such a decision IsI roba ble TnE Louisville Times in Its usually terse and comprehensive manner thus disposes of a foolish question that has been raised The gabble about pulling off in Kentucky next year an election for lieutenant governor has nothing In precedent law or reason to support It Many of the States have not and never had a lieutenant governor It Is a mere fifth wheel to a wagon and we shall run along until 1003 without such su perfluity In the meantime the assassination press and politicians can continue to tickle their mlcrocepbalous heads with references toIIOUIII Mr Beckhara who wllj nevertheless re 1main governor at tho executive otllce whatever may bo his title and authority at the executive mansion FOLLOWING tho lead of South Caro linn Virginia Is experimenting with the dispensary system ot selling liquor on account of the Slain and town 1 Franklin having been selected for the experiment The Commonwealth gets onefourth of the profits and tbo town the remainder Under this system tho liquor Is sold In original packages and must not bo consumed on the premises The prohibitionists will regard this as n stronger co partnership of the State In the liquor business than the license system and will have a wellmerited kick coming A PROMINENT Indiana republican who wrote the life of Lincoln one Jet so Welle of Greencastle has been In dieted In four separate bills by the Federal grand jury at Indianapolis for impersonating an otllccr to defraud the railroad companies and for forging tbo name of Postmaster General Smith to credentials as a pos otllco inspector which he used in defrauding the rail roads A PARTISAN Pulaski county republi can whoso wife presented him with twin boys named them Taylor and Pin ley The fearful load they will have carry through lire Is probably better known by the defeated candidate for governor of this State than any other living being TIlE State Election Board will meet at Frankfort Monday to canvass the returns and declare the result The only Interest centres in the appellate judgeship from the 7th district and the assassins and those who conspired to the deed are waiting In fear and Iretnb Iing BE acquitting Coroner McCullough of the killing of young Owen the jury at Louisville seems to have given the ofllccr the right to furnish cases to order If they are slow In coming other wise Fees ot his olllco must be kept up if ho Is forced to slay a man n day UTAH gave Bryan a plurality of 51 000 four years ago but McKinley car rled the State this year by 4000 Tbo reason of the change Is readily appar ent Hanna made a speeeh In an ad joining State CALEB POWERS epands most of his time In tbo Louisville jail reading his law books Ho Is probably fitting him self to successfully prosecute and de fend at mock trials In the Frankfort pjaltentlary ARE you for making it a crime to play foot ball in Kentucky should be asked every candldutu for representa tive and Senator If he says no vote tar his opponent If be Is a democrat Tnt postmaster at London 0 killed himself by shooting This Is one In 8tanrm where a republican gave up a good job without retaining a tiring to It BItER ROCK of the Richmond Reg ister has a fortune almost In his grasp He has just been nominated for survey- ort of his county TllB Danville News seems to have filled a long felt want It U only 178 days old and has 1000 subscribers TUAT paper The Elizabeth tawn News la just entering oa 119 34th year THE republicans are exulting be cause Judge forcing was elected to Congress by the largest majority ever given in Kentucky 18125 When It Is known that they could have mado It 23125 just as well as not tho only sur prleb Is that they did not do so There h no limit to the voting capacity of tho 11th district vhen the republicansneed tbe votes It will surprise most peo ple to know that there are 15231 democrats In the district that number having voted for Lion Ben V Smltb the democratic candidate for Congress JUDGE WILLIAM LINDSAY toll the Cincinnati Enquirer that he was goln to Now York to practice law but would retain hU citizenship In Kentucky and vote hero as long as ho lives I never expect to be a candidate fur olllce again ha added The last Is a wise decision After his course of the last few years It would bouselesa for him to otter for anything In Kentucky Tho democrats wouldnt have him and the republicans dont want him so ho couldnt be elected constable If ho wore to run for It THE republican National campaign managers give as a reason for losing Kentucky that the men Intrusted to use funds stole the money They had been promised a majority of 12000 for McKlnley and 15000 for Yerkcs This U pretty tough on the republican boss es but they shouldnt have knocked down so heavily POLITICAL Blon Wilcoxson has been appointed postmaster at Cbrlstlansburg Shelby county vice O V Frye resigned Hon WJ Price a splendid gentleman and excellent democrat has an nounced for county attorney of Boyle A Western paper IB authority for tho statement that the first thing the 00 000000 cattle trust did was to water the stock Contrary to expectation Judge Ev aDS did not instruct the Federal grand Jury further regarding election of fenses C L Edwards republican candidate for elector for the 4th Congressional district In the late campaign Is dead In liart county Complnte returns from the 11th Con gressional district show that the total vote cast was 401KI2 Yerkes majority was 10170 and Borelngs 10125 It is said Judge Cantrill will not bo a candidate for United States Senator to succeed Deboe but will make the race for judge of the court of appeals to suc ceed Burnam An Increase of 0000000 In assest raent for taxation over last year is a phase of McKlnley prosperity the railroads In Kentucky didnt bargain for Loulsvllta Times Gov Roosevelt declined to remove Mayor Van Wyck from otllce holding there was no proof that ho had wilful ly violated the law through his connection with tbe Ice trust 1My party will yet win tbe presi udy shouts an excited prohibition let Another crank thinks ho Is u poached egg and is looking for a piece of toast to sit on Glasgow Times A Baltimore newspaper says the con trlbutlons mado to the democratic National committee in the recent cam paign did not exceed 8200000 while the republicans bad a fund of 315000 000W J Bryan In a letter says he will continue to defend the principles set forth In the Chicago platform believ ing that the American people will yet see the necessity for tbe repudiation of republicanism Senator Jones of Arkansas does not believe Mr Bryan will be a candidate fop president In 1001 Neither does ho think tho democratic party will bo re- organIzed The issues he says are matters for consideration four year hence Richard Tobin one of the candidates for the democratlo qomlnatlon for Sen ator In the Frankfort district with drew from the race This leaves the William Cromwell race between Attorney Col E H Taylor and Mr Berry South Chairman C M Barnott of tho republican State central committee has called a meeting of republicans to held In Louisville Dee 4 to boI tbe recent election and to urge In the 3rd 8th Oth and 10th Cocgret slonal districts Hon Bake Smith of Atlanta be lieves Mr Bryans continued adher ence to the Chicago platform as obJeo tionable as the reorganization of the democratic party by persons of the East Ho believes the party should stand between the plutocrat lad tho of the constitusocialist as the party tion and of the people Tbe democratic primary In Madlstn resulted as follows County Judge N B Turpln County Clerk Jesse Cobb Assessor George Noland Super- Intendent of Schools J W Wagers and Jailer J C Lackey For sheriff tbo race IB undecided J F Wagers having throe majority on the face ol returns but P B Broaddus does not concede this The following had no opposition Coucty Attorney J Tevls Cobb Surveyor S F Rock Coroner CUlT Samuels and Representative C L Carey Jallei Lackey received a tremendQtft majority over 800 al though his clever opponent was con ceded a large following 4 This Week Will Be 11 otable OneI At The Louisville Store For its immense display CLOAKS FURS AND SKIRTS The Qloak bud Fur Sale of the season consisting of well Jilting Jackets und Fut front only of Now Yorlc lending Conk houses The low will make this sole a memorable one Build your expectations high und you wont bo disappointed Prices TellThe Story Clothing Never before was good reliable cloth ing offered at the price we are offering them during this great sensational bargain sale We are overloaded with heavy Suits and Overcoats and low prices will sell them quickly Como see for yourself end you will find out that we can sell you a Suit of Clothes Overcoat or OiM Pant for about half what any other merchant will ask you for the same good 100 Pairs Mens and Boys Jeans punts lined with good cotton worth f1 a pair our Idw price 4Sc Mens heavy Melton Overcoats tOqtial ity come andsec them nt 1408 Mens Jeans Coats regular 12 quality nt 9Sc Special bargain in Mens and Boys lined Duck Coats Mens black and Blue Cheviot Sutte15 value at 298 Mens finest Custom inftde Suits 25 different styles to select from will cost you JI2 50 In any other storu our price only 1005 000 odd pairs of Boys Heavy wool knee pants SOc quality in this sale 25c Mackintosh Coats Some merchants will try to make you believe that Mackintosh Coats have gone up wo say our Mackintosh bats are bet tel and cheaper this year than ever before CApO Mackintosh Coats worth 12at f2Gfa 50 Macklntoih tints reduced in this sale to flS tape Mackintosh Coats anchor brawl extra heavy quality anti novel known to wit for les than fi come and Itt one now at 1US n AND THAT estimates A Washington dispatch says check and telegraph stamp tax will surely be repealed this winter Joe Mulbattoo the noted lake writer Is to have been committed to the Arizona Insane asylum at Pdu nlx u hopeless maniac Over 200CO petitions In were tiled In the U S during tho past year Illinois heaping the list In 7010 cases thfl had no assets and In 81 eases the liabilities were less than A C tO train backed into a hook and ladder truck as It to cross at Limestone street In Lexington Sunday night and Chief G W Mull was and Thomas D Cromwell of the Democrat and Firemen Sutton and McMurtry painfully hurt A FEW POINTS OF IN THE Air Over AH Other The Practically Air lllnt Fire Howl Produces the following results Perfect combiistlOM of soft coal consum- Ing 1111ho fume and guises gaining just so much more heat that in othur stoves wastedit great economy tills The cross drafts from tho causes ihe heat to be before you Box Mackinuxli Coats from the cheapest to itiu illicit grade ul t out hail priceOentlomens grunt eca satlonul bargain sale v Mack Intone And Just received 600 Sample Cape worth from 250 to ilhtnust every nun Is of dif cramp material And of different trim ming We are not able to describe butte guarantee this to be value cv er M long all they will lest only 98c Special prices on Ladles tine Plush AstrAchan Cloth Capo LnuW allwool Jackets at 19 OS 1860 soil SUS will cost you doubt the price wo ask In any oilierbro in town Children Reefer Jaokota at OScil18 1103 tho price Ijulis you must sec our Jaketa awl OP Km to cialb the great bargains wo have to otter Wo guarantee to rive you from 40 to 50 per cent on any Jacket or Cape I said 8100 mon may tot their necesettlem nt reasonable prices Lot the war bo to the knife and the knife to the hilt I will toll at public auction nttlio old Sam Mlcicllcton place near Walnut Plat on Dec Stb following anon vcarold unbroko liorsc weanllnc Knjllli Hunter colt Uyenrllnr steers 0 lielfer I extra fine high grade t fnn v bull ciilf month old 3 One emu with bull cAlf 7 extra stock owes und one buck one binder mower and one and two horss hay rakes I now tongualrm cultivator 1 t 2liorso corn Sior o anti Ross rutting box turn- Ing plows and farm Implement also rocknwar and buck hoard nl o polo for double team A lot of lumber ISO cedar telephone lades aS nt Sta don ballm Bomo liny and ftttn IU hooktt of fodder t barrel RIllo- vlncgor Will olIO IIII ill liou ibold nn kitchen furniture IncluilnR piano Will tell Inane on ABS acres of clover land gixxl Bland for year loot It E OAINE3 TO NEW TO TOURIST flCOOCtO fROM Cu TNQ Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Ob servation Cars Free reclining Chair Cars superb vestibuled trains Through Pullmans Cincinnati to Knox ville Asheville Savannah Blr mingham New Orleans Tampa Direct conncctlens at Port Tampa and Mlam at Steamers Wharf for Key West Nassau and Havana Handsome printed matter sent free to Inquirers Buy Mour Via the Queen S Crescent Route and Southern Ry A traveler of wUo experience ayii Whenyougo lo Illorl lao enhance pleasure going over the- ttueee R a lit connec tiooa Ia Cincinnati CornSkillful attendants look to your our ineli alaearle are not cur passel In the best hotels rust U on the smooth rock roadway You change of earn Fatigue some of- th finest natural scenery In America W J MURPHY W C Qenl Manacer pur Aeont CINCINNATI r And Flannel UatltabO dozen miles Full and Hinter Flannel Waists In blue brown cardinal green and polka dots well worth 31 our unolnl price for 10 Ladles prow Skirts black figured Mo hair and Plaldswcll our special price only OSc Extra tine quality of Fancy Mohair well worth from 5 50 to 43 our special price iltO Fine Drew Skirts at II 03 and 1248 worth double tho money 250 Fancy Nearellk Umlpnklrt worth II 26as long an they will last now only 0c Flannel Underskirt at S5e JSe 76o nnd Djo Hats 49c Latest style walking lists 1ioiki dot hands will cost you il In any Millinery store our 8olnl for 10 ilayn 4cLadles and and Walk ing list Dont full to sea our lists before yon buy celebrated Melba I atlk Union the most perfect flnbhml and beet filling Union Snitu lu the market worth U our pity only 48c UnionSultCotton Fleece neck pants to match worth JOe per garment our sensa Mtlunal prlco only 15c Large line of finest and Peeler t otton fleered lined Vests or Pants ex Ira heavy usual price COc our price 25c 600 Clitldrcnt heavy Vests worth front 16c to JJc now 5c MCDH Camels Hair ribbed Underwear worth60c our low price only 25c Menn Fleeced tool Underwear extra heavy quality will cost you front 7fkj to III cUcwhcrc our low prlio only Our all wool Men and Ladles tore tto are lIo of Underwear gmylarlotlgo prAllIn title Iwrgnin says at 03e t prfceHonvy yDont t andBoys and rirU mil Id talker school Sboe worth 11 1fr go in tins grfwt Mil taiixnal sale at Vc The LOUISVILLE STORE T D RANEY Manager Stanford Ky THIS bOilwortb bankuplcy petitioners attempted dangerously fiUPElIOKITY Radiant Home Blast Hunters IndUtructiblo orentlf1aullfar nlshtIGreatba- yHiggins McKinney Capes Jackets greatest wortldoullo 10101cd Public Sale oJIUOOtlmre tlumfCBf planter general Ilayden LJInter tourist Cickcts FLORIDA ORLEANSCUBA RAttSI Chattanooga Atlanta Jacksonville Cicltcls CrescentRoute ballasted vanishesbefore RINIARSO- VOenl Ladies Dress Skirts Waists dayaonlvIOc Rough Rider MfeoHTrlmmwl UnderwearO- ur I25c kntnamplo onlyI underselling 48cjBlankets Comforts Shoes Boots Boots- Heavy Shoes Rubbers ii Will Keep Your Feet Dry SEE OUR STOCK Cummins MeClary else 133I 1R1RT DRUGGIST Sells The Best PaintMade Try Neals Carriage paint PrcscrlptlonscarefHlly filled tiny or night Ptlant Xfo Hotnoi of almost ovary kind- Ilenutlfui ilne of Stationery Blank Books of every description Oflloc Long Distance Telephone 0 f OVERCOATS SUITS AND ODD PANTS Fromlhu pifit rnanufucturcrs 8ea our lino before making your pur r chase f VW E PERKINSp Crab Orchard Ky o0iv 40 0 + 0 t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 27 tQOO THE bunt materials combined with euro skill and accuracy Insure good results No aro over used In our proscription work Penny Drug Store PEnSONALSI BORN to tho wife of Dexter Dnllou u daughter t MRS On J n OVVSUBV wit fa Lox ington last week Juana W ALCOIIN attended court at Somerset lust wetJkioMlts F A MrusiiON hot boon qulto sick but Js elowly improving MRs MAOCJII taut of Hartford hatJ bo IIOwcaeti1nt will be ut home after Dec nt RtantorllIMil MoilN WILIHTK plJMil JOliN W Hoop of Somerset was hero Saturday delivering fruit trees Miss ANNH DIIONAUUH of Crab Orchard Is visiting Mrs Molllo Bro naughJ Roy B ROSE of Mlddlc boro pasted through on his return atfrompMissIs visiting Mr and Mrs J Hoy B HOloI nt Mlddlesboro MRS XANNIK S SAUKLKV spent several days with bor ton Shelton M t Sauijay In Lexington NKYB come from Hustonvllto tha another son has blotted the union o Mr and Mr W L Evans Mn MITCHKLL TAYLOR orders hls vapor changed from MiddleburgC Burntldc where ho MASTHII SIIAI WKIIII Ju lit of Knoxvlllc Is visiting tils grandpaFUntil Judge and Mrs M C y MH8OAMH8S J KiiiiitY and J Hooker are book from n jirotraoted an plantnnt visit to relative tn Missouri Mlts MARY McClAiic who Is lolt mailfe at Turnvrsvllln spent sore t al days at her bums at Grab Orbarel MRS MAHY QIVHVB bas ranted Lh M Unoe on Logan Avtrnn vnO tad bv 1 itir F W AJtea ami will roovo to tow n IKUY JoUMKXN MR of Free all- vrr Jobnsw left fur New Mexloo Frl day with Lbe hope of rcalnloe bis health MB8 JOSJRlIIISHllBIU Will dive a J luncheon Tuesday night In honor of the SaUerCarpaawr bridal parly Danville Now Miss PAVXIK RAXDAU one of the trained nurses al Joseph fries IndrmI nry returned to her home at Iltuburg yesterday for a short vacation MWSRS C K CUNSINUIIAM ant W E VanArsdalo of Lexington suont several days with Krnoot Carter Thotput In most of the time bunting Wit unintentionally omitted In our lilt litua mention of tho enjoyable birthday party Ittlo Mils Mamlu Moore I llaney cave to her friends Some of tbo little ones were there and all ha a good time IN tending a check to pay for his paper to Sept 1002 W G Lackey nn old Stanford boy who Is now prosper lug In St Louie says Allow mo to congratulate the new management vo n Iu 8DeceII0 far You have my very best withes la your undertaking and I feel assured the I Js good reputatl will not sutler by reason of t change Mils RICHARD Conn Sit of Stan tON who has been visiting her ton Mr Richard Cobb nnJ family left ibis week for Richmond where she will spend tho winter Danvilles legal fraternity will bo Increased by the addition of Mr J Richard flush whose parrnls will move from Lincoln county to the Grenberry Bright ulaco three mlos from town early In December Advocate LOCALS FOR No hone blankttt storm apronsgo to J C McClarjrs WH have n taw more stringa left whisk oar farmer friends euii Jet by calling tfo charge FOR RnVrTwo dwellings o brick on Main Street end one on SamI erset pike Mrs D W Vand voer 2t CnANitmwiHK OytKors Mince Meat Crackers Cukos and lots of good leas for Thanksgiving at Warren Ss Snanks e LOST Between Stanford and CrnbI Orchard 1 largo glove sheepskin buckI and Luck palm for left hand Leave Cummins it McClaryV Reward D J D Pettus enjoying your big Thanks IWIIILE dont forgut tho poor r dinner scntto tbo homes of the unfortunate of Stanford Inlg hforhelp wonderfully Soo If It wont ANYIKWY can toll you how many subscribers you havo In Garrard count tv eald Charles K Polndoxter to us at Lancaster yesterday Just find out the number of democrats there arch remarked Ho Is mighty near Vight The democrat over there who doesnt take this paper la an exception rather than the rule OFFICE for rent In INTHIHOR JouR NL building Apply to E C Walton A HAHN bclotiKlng to W B Load at Rowland burned the other night Tbo small 11ltESU stock of Helns pickles cat appllbUllorDEATH t1 0 Shaw dlud ut hll home at Crab Orchard lust work aged 72 A widow and seven grown children sure vlvc THK Decembers edltlonut tbo Ken tucky Whlto Ribbon Mrs Frances K IBcauchamp editor Is In press at till LMVVR your order for black cake for Thanksgiving and ChrUtmas I can furnish to you touch cheaper than you nmako them John II MeierIt OUR sioro will bo nloed on Thanksgiving Day and those who desire tur Love celery cranberries fto will ease gtvo us their order at once k McKlnney + THK MItilon Jand of the Christian church cleared 813 on their candy pull lag Friday evening betides giving tbo young people a moti enjoyable evening THE pupils of Walnut Flat school In wife friends and patrons to be present their doling exercises at Walnut church Friday evening Nov 10I at 730 Admission lOc THAT splendid gentleman Rev R R Noel contributed himself and collected enough money tn send thrco bar sale of apples to tho children at the oatbildwaynsaThankst TUB partywhich was to have een gluon tact Friday night by the hristian Kndoarororof Huitonvllloat the College Chapel was postponed on of weather and will be given rlday night 30th 141dat vllle No 51 Initiated 17 candidate Elkinr of l re6Mad0d to a thetl DKATHJaned flatland brother of yin It E Sallea of this plow fled ut bb borne sear Pstni Lick of typhoid fever aired 23 The body sine Interred at Rlohmottd Mr Oalldrd was a nephuw of Mr J II Swojw of this county and woe a floe ymng man JovltvArL rflpretentattve will be at Llbort court as usual next Monday first day of cult court If you have butlnots with tho paper or want printing of any kind at prlca lower than anybodys make your withes known to him WK congratulate our old friend an townsman Supt James L McICInnuy of Montgomery Ala on necurlng the promlum lor the butt kept division tbo L d N Railroad Ills division tbu Mobllo k Montgomery Section Rawlaaad on this tho Knoxville Division WE did not hear of the death of Mrs Snlllo Holes of MoKlnney until too lato for tact Issue our corrctponent at that place falling to give us the sad news She was tbo aged mother of Dr Edward M Esics and n most excellent wehero rY after funeral services at tbo grave by Rev George Green e OILllen Hardln who was hero from Monticello the other day told us that the oil business In Wayno is on tho Increase and that more than 1000 barrels Is piped out of Wayno coon y weekly Tho owner of a 8760 farm Is getting S450 per month leasa for tbo oil wells on it while other moo who own land In tbo favored all section iii o growing rloh almost as rapidly The wolfs In that xiounty seem Inoxhnustt ills FOR 1tElRESRNTATIVRHon M P North nnnoiinottu the eandidaur or the democratic nomination for Iloprosuntn live of Lincoln county in tbla lava a Mr North and his valuable services to knownn to comment nucoesary Hu ably roprogentcd tho county two years aco anrftho experience pained then will bo of Incalculable benefit to him houlLiI his further ambitions be rcallzodI GIKCI7IT court adjourned Saturday afternoon Thu term was tin unusually dull ono although six rose two srhl and tour black were sent to the v WllloughbrY rt Hooker murder U years Mack Hoc or ono vans for cutting with Intent toIkill Jes o Scarborough two years for hog stealing James McCarly one year some sad John Dlckoreon two years grand larceny They will be taken to Frankfurt Saturday Judge Saullev gnus peremptory In Htructlons for the defendants in the caso of J U Foster against C E Gentry and tho Messrs Dawfon The suit was tor 8145 claimed as damages to Mr Posters sheep by dogs the gentlemen were hunting with Ntl log of ImDortanco was dons Friday af ternoon and Saturday WATCH for Geo II Farrls COIf holiday line pcnInYiIclosed Thanksgiving WALL paper at reduced prices and very cheap at W H MbKoberts1 10000 HALES of all grades of hay for solo cheap J II Oaughman CothNow li a good time to place your or der for holiday pictures Miss Sacray trieWU soma c ladles jackets to our stock Severance fc Suns see RBMUMUBII wo keep only goq4 shoe a that will stand wet weather Rubbers or all kinds Severance Sons We can not stock coal as we haws been doing no you bad better get youfo coal wills you can J II Qaughman CoItTUB members of the Warren Grlgeloby Chapter aro requested to In J W Alcorn this afternoon 27th at 3 oclock ALL accounts nut paid atonco will be placed In the hands of an ofllccr for collection Pay now and save extra cost Hill Beck 4t TUB latest society fad of tho cities Is the girl with the cano The trope cant U long and slender and has a Mralgbt handle They are light In weight and have ell the elasticity of too bamboo stick WE have had all sorts of tlnce our last It rained Friday Sa urday and Sunday night and early ye tarday morning a heavy snow tell Is now elear and cold the tbormomtcr standing at 30 at 6rtW this A M SSLESJ C King and Greenborry Bright will both have sales tomorrow Wednesday If you cant attend both whloh would bo almost a phyelaal Im possibility you should go to ono of them See That they have to sell In another column I lOuiTOtt LoCtH LAnA of tho Lancaster Record Is gaitlntr ready M oat turkey He annoueo that his pa per will be Issued a day surlier this m w RightIf there was projpaet of turkoy In IL e A IJISPATCH from Loxington eajs Capt Lcwollen Sharp Is about to lose idrIn the civil war Tho wound is In the knee and with the exception of u dig lamenots ho has experienced no of recta to this time Dr flooding who decayded d Mr Sharp lived ut MoKlnney for yea und ho hue many friends In this county trouleb Jots Mrs Margaret Jones wlfo of Mr Isaac Jones died at 10 oclock Saturday DI ht after iillnguringtllncM of pneumonia aged 71 Her aged hUd band and several of her devoted so wero present when ebu breathed h last and the scene was a pathetic one Indeed Mrs Jones was adorout me her of the Presbyterian church a was a regular attendant at its services until old ago and Infirmities overt her Sho was a most excellent woman end no wife sad tnoihir was moro Idol ized than she After services at tbo borne Monday morning by Rev W K Arnold all that was mortal of tho good woman was taken to Buffalo cemetery sad laid away Besides tbo husband she leaves the following tons bless rs Robert and Edgar Jones of Montana JohnliotSc Joe Mo and Josh Jones our cauntyraan Tuft new democratic county commit too mot In lire olMce of W S Burcb yesterday and selected Hon R Ci Warren as chairman anti W S Burcn secretary In the absents of Mr War rue C G Bakor was made temporary chairman Tho committee rattiled tho action of tho voters of precinct No 1 In holding u meeting Saturday and selecting M G Reynolds commlttcomun After transacting tboI business the committee adopt ed too following resolution Be it resolved by tho county committee of Lincoln coon that the candidates for the nominatlo for various county olllccs bo request to meet at 10 oclock A M Dec 10 at the olllco of W S Burch and that they afireIbo made and that they shall select a committee to to tho full corm t tbky agree on at II aL Dec 10th Thereupon tho committee adjourn OI to moot at 11 rllDec 10th at the oN lice of W S Burch Mrs Julia WIcklilTo Bcckhatn the unusual distinction of being ti daughter tho sister the cousin and tho raotuot of a governor lice father was Charles WIeklllTo governor Kentucky In the 40s nar brother Rob art WlckllfTo was governor of Louis Knotttbtho of mother of John Gripps Wtcklltfe DCtk1 barn present governor of Kentucky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES First National Bank of Somerset Rt LlayL Som ere ct only brought 81000 instead of 2lGOas previously stated Allen Johnson died at his borne near Columbia of typhoid fever Ho had been married only 11 months byMrat place to the Lincoln county line Tho WlUons charged with robbing tbclr used uncle Wash Holt of 500 wcro acquitted at their examining al at Columbia Knlfley Adair county Ophun Humphrey was accidentally shot nod mortally wounded by Thomas Cloyd Tho two wero bunting Hunters will please take notice A whole covey of partridges were walk Ing around In the yard of Mr B G Fox yesterday morning Mr Pox was of course like the unfortunate man who when It rained soave was und with a knitting needle he didnt have agun Danvlllo News Tho Pulasklcounty grand jury re rned o tbo court Indictments as fol ws Five for murder one for house breaking ono for malicious shooting ono fur falso awearlnir ono for making vivo reports five for unlawfully do ta ming a woman three for embezzle moot ono for conspiracy ono for horse stealing ono for bouse burning ono for seduction three for malicious wound Ing besides for violation of tbo local oireoaearCRAB ORCHARD There quite a lot of moving going on In our little town Dti tbis g Mrs Alloe Nawland la visiting rela tives In IndlHoa Her son Joe will Mold down tbe wires tlurlnjj her ub eenoe Judging from tha number of hunters that were hers last week from Jeaea mine game must be very scarce In that county All tbe ladles interested In the work of the Christian Aid Society are ro quested to moot nl Mrs Curtis Covers Friday nfuwnoon Oar band boys are progressing nice ly under the instruction of Prof D B iggs Of Indiana Wallace Me Is learning telegraphy under estimable agent Wallace Is a doserv log young man and we wish him sue cess Messrs Wilt dad Joe Brdok- aveh been visiting their mother and sister here htItorn to the wife of F D Ballou a girl Mrs DjB Gdmlston has return cd from Cincinnati Mrs Margaret Gormley Is visiting her daughter Mrs John Cook at Indianapolis Mesdameft rebig J Harris S B Brooke and Miss Paulino ITurd In have been on tbo sick list Mr James Carter ariJ children of Lebanon Junction spent several days with home folks Byron Hunks died at Tyrone from the cBTecu of an overdose of morphine taken with suicidal Intent Kentuckyfduring the decade The census elves It 12 less than In ISJO and Editor Rich lendt log soleYOLCAtIC ERUPTIons JOYJlutklIInlolC and FeTcrSom Vlrcn IlolliKeloci torn CnrptHoodsDrltM out IMini sod Aches Only 23e a box CUrl gunnteed Sold it Iennyi I rug Store h HI F NORTH Ii candidate to rnprosont Lincoln County lathe Legislature nutijoct tu the iictlcm of the Demucrutli Kirty WK WANT AT ONCK A nllitblo mum to look after our 1111trtIi In Lincoln and the ndinornt cnuiill t Sulnrv or oinniUxlon Spiilnl tnnentsdu to T to HIP rfhtjuriT rISIIHIivtlllldI It Y1RIC CELE rcasemayborTJUATMENTVlI taro limormAcondtuonaadhencetheexnalor nlls receive nourishment The or anabecomevltatlrrdandruaolypoacro return No btnellt but per manut OPERATIONNECESSANORY PAY NO NO DETENTION PROM DUSINESSi STRICTURE Thousands of young and mlddleaceo lIIen oro troubled vllh unconiclooaly They nags lease a smart Inlt icutation sharp cutting rains at noyardomeillHTUKr Dont Jet doctors experiment on- troubpcattln tretchingor you cure ae It wilt return Our NEW MKTHOD TREATMENT ab the stricturorcennanenttp a Meson never return No naiunocufferlnirnodetentlon front bntlnesa cex nal organs are strengthened the nerves uolnYllroratcdand tho bllw of manhood returu ueCures Guaranteed are treat and euro BI6oD POISON avs DEIULITY IMPOTENCY STRICTURE YAHCOCELE SEDIIN AL LOSSS JlIADUEH and KlJINEY DISEASES CONSULTATION FREE 0IJOOKS CHARGES MOD R unable to call wrltefora QUESTION DLANK Sot u0ME Treatment ORSSKENNEDY KERGAN 621 Walnut Sts Cincinnati 0 t MATRIMONIAL Rev JO Livingston will preach the Thank glvlag sermon at Crab Orchard nt 11 A Barry Davis 18 and Miss Lulu Dur gin 10 wore married at NIcbolasvllle lost week Prof S J Sanford of Mlddlcsboro and Miss Mary Logan daughter of Rev J V Logan Sr of Richmond will bo married Thursday At Courtland N Y Major Pajro a mldfjet weighing only 47 pounds was married to Miss Mary AVyckle six toot tall and who tips tbe beam at 107 II A double wedding occurred in tbo parlors of the Brinkley House at Som erie tbe other night Tbo contracting partlo were Thomas Claunch and Mlsa Maggie Lewis und Joseph Bryant and Miss Foxey Stf all A ulnaldo Is said todead eomo snore The cut with nine lives Isnt In It when compared with tbo insurgent leader lie has boon killed on an average of once a mouth for the last year or two if the reports are to bo believed Ben Turner aged about 15 years was drowned while trying to cross a swollen stream near Mlddlesboro Stanford Female College n STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science IExcellentFurniture WarI Will Turn Loose 700000 Worth OF FURNITURE At Cost And Carriage Goods will be sold this way for one month or twelve months or as long as is necessary We W WITHERS Investigations Ladies Steam Shrunk Fitwell Underwear Ladies tool Childrens Oneita Union Suits The Dowager Corset For Stout Figures P Ccntomeris Fine Kid Gloves for Ladies tCincinnati Manufactured Cloaks and Skirts Dixie Hosiery for Men Women and Children Columbian Mills All Wool Knit Skirtse Columbia Mills All Wool Blankets If you are needing any of the love mentioned goods it will pay you to see them before yon buy We sell tho best things the market ailbrds at the lowest possible prices JOHN P JONES Stanford p Your Thanksgiving Turkey WontCost You a- Cent If you a our from W win niv e o vnou li to h ut several Tur hitreltbstumdlntiltCloaljH Tot sell especial utlciulou to lho Kellalilllty of our Shuca SONSIJ A ALLEN CO Contractors And 23ULilders STANFORD KYt Have now u complete stuck of Ilulldlnp Material Yellow 1lno Flooring Ceiling noon Sank Illlriis und nil of Pressed Rough Lumbar Shingles und Steel Rom Io cuss Tosts sc Wo nuke eirtlmatespn auvklod of work ntei OlBco eypoaite Dr L U Conks S tr U THE INTEHlORJOURNAL Entered n the pwto lee at Stanford a econdclnt matttr Our Philippine Letter DACOLOR LUZON P 1 Oct 14 Just ono year ago today 1 enlisted In tbo 4181 Infantry at Sotncreet Ky Lch Somerset Oct 16D9 for Camp Meade Pa where tho 41st Infantry was then tnobllizlDfr I thought or rather had tan idea that I would bo mustered out before a year rolled around but fur from It and I suppose I could stick I kout another year if I bad to but I am glad to say wo volunteers will no have over nine months longer to servo at the outside as all tho volunteers will 11have been mustered out not later tban if 1001 While an order has o0 been issued to the elTect yet it Is len orally understood that the volunteers will begin to depart for home eom time In November The first thr regiments to go will be the 11th Cat airy 36th and 37th Infantry Thee three regiments worn organized over here and out of discharged State volu Veer and regulars recruited to their full quoto In the States Tho other 22 regiments of volunteers will leave thEt islands In the order they came There are now something like 35000 regular in the Philippines and the troops now in China will bo brought hero later on Something like 0000 regulars have lately come to the Philippines from the U S viz parts of the 1stnd 8t1 and loth Infantry let 3rd and 9th Cavalry two batteries of light artillery company of engineer and eomethlc like 200 hospital corps and signal corps men Two squadrons of the 3rd Cavalry were already in tho Philippines the third squadron arrived a few week ugo Of the troops now doing service in China the Oth and 14th Inf and Battery F Oth Artillery sailed from Manllu as did several companies of Marines The fighting Gib Cavalry 18 also In China besides a battalion or two of a couple of more regiments The greater portion of tbo troops now In PbIllP1pinesber or December any bow havo to maintain an army ovc here of at least 40000 men for colas time to come There are now something like 38000 regulars and 3200 volunteers or a total of tOOOO truop garrisoning nearly 600 stations of posts in tbo Philippine Archipelago of which about 300 are In Luzon Desalt the numerous garrisons and the large body of troops distributed over these islands there never n day passe without bloodshed and there Is mor lighting going on now than for roan months Seven or eight months ago It seemed that the insurrection would soon bo a thing of the past and I hart pbrophesicd an early cessation of hoe tllltles in many of nay letters to thcs columns but I think I will quit that business Civilized warriors uccuml when conquered but the Filipino In surgent seems to take fresh courage from a series of disasters They have never yet won a single victory except an a few occasions when small detach manta of American troops would run up against an overwhelming number of the enemy There are also frequent ambuscades of small American detach menu A civil and military prison Is hemp established hero and will soon be ready for the ozcupancy of some 300 Gugur who will be brought here from overcrowded prisons Maj Hannay of the 3rd Infantry has been selected by Gen Grant aCcommandlng olllcer of the prl son and Lieut Millar of tbo 41st all quartermaster Capt Rattencuttcr 41si Infantry will continuo to bo the commanding olllcer of the pueblo The detachment of our company which hue boon garrisoning Santa Rlba has been relieved by a detachment of Co A from Guagua the former detachment return lag to Uacolor Gen Grant has paid Bacolor acoupli of orlef visits during the past few weeksA and private of Co C 41s Infantry wore captured a few days age between Calulut and Augeles They were taken to the mountains of Hula can where hundreds of Insurgent make their rendezvous They were on ly kept a few days being paroled and seal In to their company We ate verY much afraid the boys will break their parole Capt Uettenculter received an ofUclal notice from Insurgent headquarters few days ago saying that Gens Mascardo and Alcjindrlm were uniting their forces near Florida Bltincu and it was their purpose to at tack and harass the various garrIsons throughout Pampauga province They especially threatened to blow up Baco lor Santa Ktbu and Florida Blanca While we dont put much faith In their warning yet It has been a cbarao terUtlo 01 the Filipino ollleer to notify the various American commanders when they propose to attack them Il is needless to say that the Americans do not do business thatway There are only two companies on the leland of Marlnduque an Island of some 5000 or 0000 square miles lying oil the Southern coast of Luzon The island was taken by tho 29th Infantry a few months ago very peaceably It has been the practice of many of the in surccnt troops to cross over to the l land of Marlnduque when tho Americans mado it too hot for them down n Southern Luzon Tho American au thorltes soon saw the advisability at i need of American troops on the Island Accordingly Companies A and F 201 h Infantry were sent to Marlnduque the former company to garrison Boao and the latter Santa Cruz There aro ear oral Casey and Lincoln boys in Co p among them aro Bugler Jell T Short of Middleburg and Sergeant Barr McKinley of Moreland formerly of Capt W B Pennys company and u relative of the president A few days ago Capt Shields wltl 2 men of Co F 20th Infantry went out for the purpose of scouting in th surrounding vicinity Tbo little ban was suddenly surroucdcd by an overwhelming number of insurgent rifle jnon and bolomen The entire com mand were either killed wounded or takeu as prisoner A lute letter from J T Short says that bo was the onlj one or tho boys but what was along Two companies of the 38th Infantry ar now scouring the island with the hope of retaking somo of tho captured Ai there was only one company garrison Ing the town of Santa Cruz it can b plainly seen that was only a very slim pretense of a company left after they captain and 62 pled wero taken The small detachment of 40 men which were left at Santa Cruz wero besieged In s ohurchfor 15 days until relief came They fought the enemy oft for 15 long days finally relief came at the oppor tune time as tbo little garrisons am munition was just about exhausted Tbo rainy season Is slowly but surely dying out and in a few more weeks In stead of mud and slush waist deep it will be dust- Private Russell Elliott of Casey was killed In the assault on Pekln Aug 15 Elliott enlisted at Somerset last sum nor and was assigned to Co 1C 14tb infantry which was then doing provost guard in Manila but which was sent to China soon after hostilities commenced Young Klliott was only 18 years of ago at tbo time of enlistment and would have fallen belr to considerable prop- erLY whan be rcaabed his majority but Boxers bullet out his life short It Oemed for awhile that the homo boys were coming out all right and were In lopes they would all get back safe and soundsbat It teems not Two Casey boys that I know of have lately been killed and two wounded Well roust ring oil here comes the Lightning CLARSCCCOLCMAN STORY OF A SLAVS To be heed batxl and foot Mr yehis by tbe halM of dlKWM h the wont fonu of slavery Oro II 311eh tens how such a beenstIn b Aplessfirateyeanthet rtrln two bottles ol blerlrlc bitter the wit wonderfully liuprurol and to do btr own work TblssupieeiBreni edy fr frrailedlwasfiqolcklr earn uerrouiMt mrUDlMtlJ faoJaob taekichoIfrplfMDWu TliU miracle working ruedlclnetettnlrnun weak sickly rundown tOle ier bottle Only Me hol- dat1ennytDrug Store UBLIO SALE i- tt my residence on the Crab Orchard and troihend road Smile Southcast ot Crab Orchard on Saturday Dec 8th I will tell the following described property consisting ot horses cattle hops sheep etc Two inres 3 milk cows 5 good calves two earold Shorthorn hull four meat hog six loo pound shoats thoroughbred Poland Ihlnn boar 8 heed of sheep some farming loots plows harrows hoes etc too tedious to mention also 2 stacks of hay Terms mule known on day of sate 73U ALFRED DAVIS I PUBLIC SALEOF stock Crop Etc laving sold my farm I will offer lit pub lie auction on Wednesday Nov 28th At my residence on too Crab Orchard and incitstor near reachenvlllq sill m took Orou Etc consisting ot Hone Oai- tlo Ilor s Etc three Good Work horses Uood Family horse for carriage or Huggy cJood Milk Cows 7 Meat Hogs 3 Thorough hred Ilorkxhlre Hogs mule and 2 1Gelltry Stock 100 Barrels of Corn 60 or 70 uahels of Wheat a lot of Hay I Surrey Itnost now t Phaeton I Twohorse Wagon Superior Disc Drill Cultlrator Harrow plow Etc Cabinet Grand 1lano Modern lied Itoom Sets Household and Kitchen urnlturo Terms made known on of lie J O IliSG- a Tbu Democrat is two months old to day and It feels to congratulate Itself There was never a thought of falluro by those who originated and started It but In their rosiest dreams no vision of such phenomenal success as has ntteni cd It ever appeared Its advcrtlsln and circulation patronage Is equal If It docs not exceed tho long cstabllsbc Lexington papers and its prospect brighten as tbo days go by The pea plo of this section are showing in a democraticypaper will bo liberally supported here and those who could not rnslst the yearning to bare an organ are shale log bands with themselves while Its competitors make wry faces say spites ful things about it and sooty the rag Lex Morning Democrat 23d BEAT MEDICINE I have used Chnmbcrl ln Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy anti find it lobs a great medicine says Mr E 8 Phipps of Poleau Ark It cured mo or bloody lox I cannot speak too highly of 1tThla remedy always wins thee good opinion if not ptalse of those who use it Tho qulckieurcs which It effect even in the most severe cases make It n Craigetlllocker My dear child you really should not hat your pudding so quickly Why not mamma Because It U danger cue I onco knew a little boy about yjur age who was eating pudding fO quickly that bo died beforo ho had fin label it And what did they do with tbe rest of his pudding mammaN- Y World What most people want is something mild and Auntie when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets All the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in cflcct For sale by Craig A locker Druggists Speaking of the Lexington Morning Democrat the Somerset Journal Is pleased to remark If over a newspaper more completely dovetailed into a void that needed illllng and filled It the record has escaped notice and comment The paper was a SUOCOH train tbe tart and will continue to be PREVENTED A 7RA3EDY Timely Infornnilin Mrs 3o1 tIIIo si Sw StratlMlll ohio NcieeMd a dnvlltil tr g rtjr sad saves two live A IrkflMfU tu h fad loan k tier awe f every nlbl Site h4 lrtod uuny remelisi soil dortun but tdllr grew won natll cr J try Dr Atega Juw UUeaorr One U ltl whatrMrd her awl se willMtllt tIIUeaa lId1oo cared Mr long ra cc Tree attack fM umonU tHwh oure SM paltlT Irulf the atekltM merit grid remedy lorr trlog all threat rhrtast inublet On ly and ft Every hurtle fwranleeil Tr l betas frra at Inn Di uj sun Public Salo I Paving sold my farm t will offer at puhll sate at 10 a in on Wednpsday Nov Ssili 1000 the following described property 3 good work horse J mares In foal to Jack one nice combined warn one yearling horse by Chester Dare yearling tillv by Nabotb 2 good jftnnoU good mule some high heifer and cows good steer calves 4 consistingoone lot ofI farming Implements Deer roller Superior disc drill 12 horse wagon tot of plows good cultivators extra set of wagon harness a lot of plow rear 1 good phaeton good buckboard good tog box good cattlo troughs extra lot of blacksmith tools other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale OUERNttEUItV II ItIO liT PUBLIC SALE I will soil at public auction at the More land farm Moreland Station nn Vodnes day TIc 12th 1000 the following described Fourteen agnd mules well broke and good ones ono thr ye rold sndilln mare 1 handsome sorrel mare Orarabo UK hands fouled 1301 bred by Prank Starge South Elkhorn aired bv KIBR Nut wood 10291 dam Into Mlehebv bv Nor man Wilkes WIT 2 dam pose IVJtA by Al mont Chief Ml a dun Jlote lloddard by Indian Chief Oat dam by Edwin Parent dam a saddle mare She Is nicely broke sound and n8 nice maro ns In the country Tour good 2horse wagons a buy colt foalud In tS sound nlco and a stepper sired bv Dr looker S13H Also a nlco gelding been n mils In 233 nt n yearold by Oratorio 213 dam hue Sin the lIt one In 1S Two geldings saddle bono one 2 year old mull 3 milk cows and calves 9 binders good new 2 8Iior cultivators mower and rake and harness sets wagon harness Vermllllon feed cut tot disc harrow spring tooth liar row 3 Prazlor cart Oliver plow and a lot of other farming Implements Terms made known on day nf sale W II ROD t Moreland Ky 0- o OROUTIii JIts back is broken Water everywhere You must keep dry or pay the penalty If you will let us we will keep your body and feet warm land dry With a go- odWaterproof Macintosh- At 5 a Long Double Back Slicker at 2 a better one for 250 a pair of first quality Rubber Boots 300A OneBuckle Felt Boot 2 a TwoBuckle Felt Boot 250 an Extra Heavy Rolled Edged Rubber the best one you ever saw at 90c All Rubber Arctic 150 Ladies Sandals the Very Best for 50c IL M91EOlffilmRTS FOR SALE TurkeyWhiteJOHN bTIKLK OAIIIKNTEH lluStOIIVlllO FOR SALEHaving decided to move to town t will otter my property for sale Dwelling House Store House mySuek of Merchandise This Is an for sonic wldonwaki lartlcuhltlllddreMnrksbury Ky FOR SALE OR RENT I desire to sell or rent my Farm ot ISO acres situated two miles south ot Huston vllle on the Hustonvlllo and Mlddlebur hike known Rt n Ihsrt ot who Ucorltfl lied ace Carpenter land All of It Is In good state cultivation wellfenced and pleat nf water Has upon It a twostory Scoon- frame dwelling necessary outhouses acres tobacco X tho above barn land Isvirgin call IIbl Will sell nt reasonable price or rent to n rood man MotlANIEU Mt Balcm Ky COAL SALT I will have my coal bins completed by Oct t and will keep on haul Ihreo of the best coal i also salt and I will sell to merchants by wagon loud nt a very mall margin Will continue to pay the hcs Itlekory Spokes Stay and Ilendings pricesOiveII KINO MOKKLAMI Kr Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will pay top market price rash for them and also Hide Wool lcIILhell Vc p IL DAVIS FRUITTBROSMOUrLASD Furniture LiveryUndertaking rlalrntT ywrnt4woll broke aulr for tales IT high IIV SPECIAL KKQURST DR GOLDSTEIN TIM Rri slswiolt will educe to Stanford Mod IMO for uo day only Tr Gohlntrln pt U uUvMlo will be III the cur of Mtuiifnid rr to remain one dnyaml will H liuwts ti the rvve lit all who need thrin He has wade the study o 0itl a Mlaltr and tiny one In need o- fgiaei letter then give him It call lie will he found t hU rooms at the- Veranda hotel 1areiiU of children whole eyes are In lint way Eerted holtld take them to Dr Iio4ilitln and lIe them ex Sksalnad Too much ow cannot be taken In this particular as any negleet of parent may lewd to most serious consequences In afterlife It tho oyen of a n glass en the dootoroon dctorulne it and ftueli glH as will be most apt to IrDorTeI and Increase their strength The doctor has been giving satisfaction fur many Mr and we recommend him as worthy tits pat tronege ot should euaerng thPlr eyes call on him and If hedoat give them relief It will not cost thorn Any- thIng Ho can adjut to any CVM and any age A Rood glass rightly niljtistrd U a luxury la a jwoon with titling sight they cannot afford to do without A glans perfectly adjusted Is worse than no glass RDILLga1JI1 Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRIOK T And Denier In Lime Cement eoiVr- lto For Prices TWO FARMS FOR SALE having iltdcM to change remthm will prlralehr mj arm on which Urn s4 tt a 1llIe from Urrhail Ky Thus tars U One land IngooJ italeol rtiltlratlou tbO acre ot river that line d rn and mndaw lint balance W lens U upland and w ellllIII1ed tonirn wheat blue grass sad all other stein brltk dwelling 08 rooini and cellar a well of iplemlld freestone water al the door two good Ifnrnirol banes new barn ami all nreraarjr outliulldlogi with plenty ol good fruit soil an aUtindane ol stork er make this the most desirable Satin In thus end of the rounty Alcoa fsrtaorgleunlepaeeayjmlle twit Crab Orchard Ky 0n LaDCMteritrer oppotlle the It tutus Crab Orehartl SI rliiip All In gr with a large itork turn ami an stmniliDcw ol water with ono ol Iho Sent iMilldlng sllee In too neighborhood Alkoa Dlee cotta In Hianlonl Ky on fanmv trr strut with WXalelHaIIrdel1 te alUcbcxl Sec furtb on or lL H llltOXAlllll Crab Orchard Kr Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will lie In Danrllle Mumlajri WeJunJa s end Friday Will IK In Stanford Tulay Thursday and Saturdays ORice In the Iuoln ton llulldlng Stanfurd Ol ace hours 9 lu flI to t f 1- LOSTEOPATHY This Science originated and JeTclopnl lijr Pr A T Htlll of Klrorllle Iot ucnd ou the principles of Anatomy and Itayslology for Its re suits It requires no faith no drug iio rubbing noiurclcaloixratlouii and clallu blog luper naturalIhtoopalkyslew man asainacbln of so many arlli lls adjuitment Wn all t ate properly adjusted and not overworked health la the result- Soueofthe diseases treated us Nervous Irottratlon lleadacbo Neuralgia Uheuinatlim alarm weak Urauulatftl LIds loltre Coutlpatlon1lleaflailhione acb lroubl and olnti Cunal uru DlducatlonibtllfJototi laral1alIucontlnenceofprlne Lowinolor Alas la FcmaU Plicaws a speclilty Coniultatluo ttee IV IIERRIN In a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln roun to thu action of the democratic IlIlr tobject JaII UAIN S IK n candidate for tho nomination ot Jnlter of Lincoln county subject to tho action ot tho Democratic party WWII LANDGRAF- In candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln eoub lyi subject to dcmocrtttlc notion THAMES U WUIGIIT Is a candidate for Aasesior ot Lincoln coon demoeratig PEPPLESU GOahtvty Your aUPltOr solicited DINK FARMER aclionyour support GUS KcCOBHACE Is a candidate tor AIIor of Lincoln cant democratloICEO A EUIIANKS Is it candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrat party JAMES JONES Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln county partyMRS LIZZIE C JONES Of ton luJ hat oined a Compete Lino of Millinery at Junction City Dd Couattl14u1aee FOR RENT lFvrlHl A lar Iwese U LAIr with rgkt alums stone anil garden welt cited r a uard hu liens alsw It Is renlnlly tented all lied olburiDfu lUfMHHi J M OKAMH bib Jeer sox 1111 Waco Texas FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY UOIIM unit Melee eotaAtI a hand and for sale lit all times Logan Wood MaBager T- At Freds Exchange You will al eats find Read heat good flour good weal good shlpstaff good Itraa St HI low rn He wilt glee you al bonerfor one Dont forget to mil on kiss wkn you want wheat ficlmigid or bay lour meal Ae POSTEDThe lorsoac whdc9 towee appear below strictly forbW any hunting ot calM of any kind a any time of thin YMr ou theIr lands and will proioeute to tho full oxt itt ot the law any who violate lIauhmanIJ T Harris BiV Wods ToekertL 1 Doty 0 D t W II lieono LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Millcdgevillo Ky Wt have 76 good stock liege for sale and shout 30 head of stock Hoiern- LUTKS A CO NEW LIVERY STABLES W BU2KS ft 311 Prcn JUNCTION CITY KY ofKlrstOlawi Turnouts Itt uonnble Rates Sjveclnl Attention to Traveling Men Oruln and Hay For Sale FRITHTELeF AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Hot Hotel In tbe niotialalni rates eonililered Ibrtertarot all trilai ijTrUI sttentlau to true cling Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFOKD Kvf Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS IH Furniture Mattings RU B And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give theta a call Trices right STANFORD KENTUCKY POSTED hereby notify the that my land It iwt tiult nuhuntluf or tesIu lunlhllloiii I NOTICE All IICn ontl knowtnir thom clves Indebted to tho estate of iiit Powell will please coma forward nod settle at once J T LEAVELL Adm U M Iowell Ollliottslireek A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OSaovc UcnaUrt1 Drug Store la tbs Ruadlug IR A JONES IDENTIST Onico over Hlgglns McIClnncjrt Stun Telephone No li GUN REPAIRING No matter what goes wrong with your gun send It to us and It will bo Promptly and Skillfula ly Repaired At a moderate cot DAXVIIIK OvrlK Co 115 ThIrd St Danville Ky Painting Repairing ntn prepared to jialnt and re pair your nssolylePxlwrlencedtell You COlt have your old vehicle tnada new for very little monvj J II UliKFlt Stanford Kv ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by L W AdamA Co tall Lick Ky Is s usnuuvd sure iuro for hors a HNIM nOltclM wild Iliuln IAllcrll Swlunry mrnMH Peddle Doll Rend sad Soft GlulelAha 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