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I SEtllWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOLXVHI STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 1900 9AM iom I NWS NOTES dlvoroo granted tho who of t 1it McCofr Tbo roDcr In Hopkins county IR aoredartier to trlko HoUicrtlw A Dorr publisher of tho NQ7 Yorlr Malt and Express dead wnly fpur people live In Ballcv count i Texas although It has an area of J25 quaro miles- Playwright Charles K Hoy loft the bulk of bin eituto to his builnott part ocr Frank McKee John II Abbott killed Jay Burton at Louisa because ho claimed the latter wrote notes to bIB wife Scarcity of coal cauicd the clotlnpof two mill of the Republic Iron fc Steel Company at Birmingham Too lower board ot the general coun ell patted an ordinance prohibiting boxing contest in Louisville Garr Goodman aged II of Mason count mistook Gabo Smlthurs for n burglar and ehot him to death John Koarn walked out of a second itory window at Kvnnsvlllo lad while asleep and wna Initanlly killed 7 The United State auxiliary ember Yotctulto wan sunk In a typhoon at Guam Nov IB five of tho crew being Ion C I Williamson a rejected lovnr at the Virginia Hospital Illcnmond chat Mile Bettlo L Btueky ti trained nurse A flood swept down the Allegheny and Monongahela rlvore causing the lojiof overal lives and tho daitrunllon of much property According to report rend at the Phi Delta Theta convention at Louisville there are 100S1 members of the Ira ternlty In this country At Winchester Mrs RlIlbeth Tra CVS clothing Ignited at an open grate and aba was so evvoroly burned that aba died a low hours later The Standard Oil Company bal secured concession for sinking oil wolls nod for plpo line lu Uoomnnlfi which will give It almost a reunnMly Tho population of Oklahoma shows an increase of ftH percent In 10 yeart that of South Dakota 710 per cent and that ot Now Mexico 27 1 per wot The Rev Tboiia Hopper was award ed one cent damage In Pike county agalntt Jam Stlllwell who had ac cued the preacher of Intoxication Tho Chicago corncornar Is off Phillips ollowlngtho short to pull out at i cents It Is estimated that tbo op orator made tevcral hundred thousand dollarsAn train on the Cleveland and PltUburg railroad plunged Into the Ohio River near Heaver Pa One bile was lottanJ several persons were masked non wrecked a bank building at Emdon lit with dynamite secured between 83000 and 1000 and escaped after mortally wounding a po licemanThirtyeight republicans of Breath lit county Lava left there to testify be lore the Federal grand jury against democrats accused of violation of the election laws- Rudolph Summer a LouUvlllo brute Blabbed his wile fatally and then drove the big knife Into his own breast In dieting a wound that may end his mla ornbleifxlitoncc New York jewelers tent n Otpound package of jewelry by mall to Manila by registered package for Chrletiniis presents It cost 8 cents to register package and 92775 In postage Because of tho prevalence of smallpox In Eastern Kentucky the C k 0 railroad has ordered nil Its employee to bo vaccinated nod has sent a special vaccination train over the roai to enforce the order In tbo answer to the suit to dissolve the Kentucky pUtlltcrlcs Warehouse Company tho defendants deny the charges ot mismanagement and state that tho profits for the year ending Juno 1000 were 8111033009 The dividend was passed In order to Increase the working capital- Arrangements have been made for the presence ot 18 companies of inllltla Frankfort to participate In tho usual parade at tho Inauguration of Gov Bcckharo Dec U These companies will come train the Second and Third regiments and will also Includ the LouUvlllo and Lexington batteries Tho entire First regiment ot the Kentucky State Guard tho Louisville Legion ban been ordered mustered out of tho service and a now regiment will bo at once recruited The regi ment Is ordered disbanded because It waj Illegally organized by Gov Brad ley over tho objection of County Judge GregoryAt WllUam Glbaon fiendishly murdered his twoyearold stepdaughter by ramming a redhot poker down her throat and mutilating the body In Indescribable fashion In tho presence of his wife bedfast with now born child Datlces anti coatless ho rushed out of the house to a reel deuce two doors below undjsct tire to It to distract attention from his crime He then disappeared In the darkness boiclmobar husbands blindness The Kentucky LoulInlllorepresents all of the educational forces of the State and should have the co operation of the friends of education everywhere to make It n great living moving force A etroctf program Is being prepared- A mob of eight tramp broke Into George Allans store at Donurall Fay otto county and stole about 1200 worth of goods Thuy went to Lexington ami were located by tho police Six ot them jot away and wore chased Into the country by Officer Jumo Peel Two escaped Tho other four were marched back to Lexington In front of a shotgun held by Peel HUBBLE A C Sine Is pushing James McICeoh nies now house rapidly- J B Hughes of Kincsville Is up for a few days closing uji bill business l Dr Hlokleii school closed Saturday and everybody Is pleated with his work hereJ A Hammonds will bo In the tur key market next week and will want nboat 6000 of the red heads In the next 10 days Mis Hettlo Miller of Hedgevllle got her face burned by the steam from n bucket of boiling water which throw tbo lid off Ebb Lawson sold to James McKcch nlo two Yearling mules for 975 Joseph Sutton bought some moat hogg of Wm Blaokorby at 4Jc George Wood bought some cattle in Cincinnati last week and will feed them for the butohr hero Corn Is selling hero RtJij in tbo crib George Pankto ha returned from Wayne county with a low cattle Miss Geongta Kowburn of TluHonllo III vUltlnr Mls Plonnle hammond Geoi ti Wood bM bn buvlng some IQOpouiM bnsts at ie K L Hubble sold M mule which he had boon food Ipir to Hudson of Atlanta for 86100- Klonalrd Biwrne got bU dinner and lau roM eaton up by an old cow while ho was weighing up some turkeys a few days ago There roust have been some girls standing around CHURCH MATTERS Rev Orland neck will preach at Mc Cormaoks church next Sunday morn Ing 11ev T L IIulso closed n series of meetings at Breeding Adair county with 27 professions The meeting at the BaptUt church at Buffalo this State conducted by Rev George Clifford Cates ot Louisville resulted In 116 confessions It has been 110 years since the Moth odist Episcopal church was organized In America and 66 years since the organization of the M E South The uteamir Jewel which piles be twcon Henderson this State and Ev ansvlllc Ind Is used for religious services on Sundays Row Kissinger of the latter city does the preaching Rev John B Lowry of Little Rook Arkansas closed a meeting at the Richmond Methodist church with 16 additions six of whom wore baptized at the alter by the pastor Rev H G Turner St Johns Episcopal church located on East Main Street Lexington was sold at action for 81400 It was bought by H II Stevens of Klsslmoo Fla who held a mortgage on the property Tho building wits erected at a cost ot 25000 A VILLAGE 11LACKSMIT1I IllS LITTLE SOVS LI loRIMr 11 II lllack the lage blacksmith nt Grahamsville Sulll vui Co N Y nYI Our little son tire years old 1ms always been subject to croup niul so bad have the attacks been that we have feared many times that lie would die Wo have had the doctor and used many medicine but chamberlains Cough Remedy U now our solo reliance It seeuis lo dissolve tho tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear wo have found that tho dreaded croup Is cured before it gets settled There Is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or injurious drug and may be given as con fidently to a bade as to an adult For tale by Craig llockcr Druggists There b more Catarrh In this ifcllon of the country than all oilier iliwuta put together mil until the last few yean was u lo tie Incur able for a great insnj years doctors procouuctil It a lOMl tilncaw end prcscrluoJ local rme llcs bT conilantly filling to cure with local treatment It Incurable Science hat proven ra iarrli lolnatonilHuilonal illiruw and therefore conitltulloaal ireatwriil 1tatlg Catarrh Cure minufoctureJ by J A Co To 11101lho only conslltutloiul euro on the market It li takeu Internally lu tliwcs from ilroivt to a tcaipooulul U acts illncily on the blood cml mucouf rcf of the system They Itr thou IIlOltrallltocuro SemI cit relate soil testimonials AilOwM IJ CIIKSKY A CO Toledo O Hold Uy 75c Half Kumlljr tUharetheteit- Occasionally a namo Its tho business Alothe Kan has u real estate agent whose name Is DlrWeller LANCASTER Mr Jesse W Sweeney has gone to Chicago on business An enjoyable hop was given at the Simpson Hotuu Wednesday night Mr J M Ulatt has a perlramon tree the fruit of which has no seeds Mr R E Hughes of Louisville li spending Thanksgiving with relatives In this city Mr Frank Scott caught a wild cat In n trap about three miles from town It Is reported tbat It only lacks a few Inches of being two feet high The supper given by the ladles of the Baptist church Wednesday evening everybodyhad eatMr W M Clark sold 15 cattle for slop at 8300 Mr Ed Minor has been ou the sick Met for u low days Mr James Totten is here prospecting for harvesting machines Mr G M Patterson line gone to Washington City III a delegate to the National convention of tbo W C T U In the work of which she line taken an active part In this State Miss Patty Embry and Mr Paul Mo Caw of Lexington are with Miss AI boria Anderkon Mr and Mrs J S Bowman of Flemlngsburg are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W G An derson The members of the Methodist church have engaged the groat lectur er Ell Perkins for Jan 0 As the pro coeds are to be applied toward build ing a parsonage and be Is the moat popular lecturer lo America everybody should hear him On Wednesday 23th Mr Joe F Lawson and Miss Lilly Moody were married and on the sumo day Mr HI ram Dlokurson and Mice Maude Lane took the marriage vows near Buena Vista Clerk Duncan says that he is going to cultIvate catnip MH Dove Harris for the Ladles Aid Soouty Is preparing au uatertalnment known Tda Dualneaa Jooli Jubi lee to bo produced at tbo opera house Deo 11 It will be a new and novel at traotloa la wbleh tbo business of each merchant will be represented in some way on too stage Professional men will also be mentioned In act or song Dr W N Bush aged OS years died Thursday at 2 I M alter an Illness of several months Uo was a native ot Georgia until 35 years ago IJIII wife was Miss Oiile Salter who survives him also two daughters Misses Bessie and Eugenia and two song W H of St Louis and Rev T C ot Texas Ho wu an eminent physician and had the confidence of the public being a member of tbo Baptist church and a conscientious Christian gentleman correspondonttbat him for reelection to tbo Senate ho would make tbo race again and as sure as we live we can elect him I bug gcsted him before and I have had no reason to regret it He attended strictly to his outlet and manifested the courage and the abltltr to advocate the Interest of his constituent His con duct during the perilous times at Frankfort amities him to the nomina tion again During the existence of tbe INTER Wit JouiiNAt for more than n quarter ot n century I have been one of Its matif ardent admirers Having its birth In mv native town I havo watch ed Its rapid growth In circulation and felt a prldo In its able advocacy of the rlglittindtho welfare of the people Pill ieveral years I havo had the hon or to see my penciling appear in its bright columns but not without a feel log of yogrct I announce that my con nection with It correspondent ceases with this issue Circumstances force mu to take this stop I bare attempt ed to do my duty and I bog pardon for any Injury I might have done to any ont With good wishes for the paper its able management and Its many readers I bid them adieu Judge Saullcys instructions to the grand jury not only defined the duties of tho jury In taking testimony and tho different kinds of offenses but ho was crpcclully clear on bribery In elections and he commented on tho many ways Iln which meu are bribed one way being to give a man money to see anoth or man when ho who received the mon ey was tbo man to bo bribed and he was expaotud to keep It The olllccrs of the court ara attentive to their du ties and the attorney are watching tbe interests of their clients Mr W I Williams Is assisting Commonwealths Attorney Owsley in the absence of County Attorney Lotcher Owsloy Several small cases have been disposed of and Eoma cases hart been continued A null pgalnst W A Wallace Co for 2000 for goods In which O B Rouse Co of New York ore plain tilTs vas begun Tuesday and was not finished when court adjourned Wednes day evening for Thanksgiving Hon H H Tomlinson and Mr Clell John nan represent tho plaintiffs and Gov Bradley Capt Hercdon and Mr Rob ert Harding represent the defendants Hon R C Warren Is among the visIt- ing attorneys HUSTONVILLE Prayers of thanks and not a cry for water are now heard on the streets W L Evans Is the proud father of a 12pound boy William Ludwell born the 23rd Rev W W Bruce will preach at the Presbyterian church at Hustonvlllo next Sunday morning Ere many days have rolled around one of Hustonvlllc young men will take unto himself a wife Covlogtons loss will be Hustonvllles gain E P Carpenter leaves In a few days for Oklahoma to deal In cattle Mr L M Reid and Miss Minnie Woods have cturoed from a visit to Cincinnati- W W Lvon Co sold to Carlthcrs Beard 12 miner and sugar mules at 8100 to 112j Same parties sold to Bird Lewis of Lexington six cotton mules at SCO The little folks who have been under tbo tralnlngof Misses Victoria Bishop and Angle Carpenter promise to give a very enjoyable exhibition at tbe Christian church Thursday evening Owing to severe weather tbo box party to be given by the Christian En deavorcr was postponed and will bo at AllIand being merry A number of hunters from Louisville and other places passed through Monday on their way to Casey to spend sew oral days la sport C B Reid who has been In Louisville with his titter Mrs J W Allen accompanied her home Sunday and returned to Cincinnati the first of tbo week Mrs Helen Huffman and Miss Mellle Hopper have returned from Latonta whore they have been vieitlpg the lath or of the latter They brought with them the little son of Dr J P Rifle to visit relative of this community Miss Angle Carpenter leaves the latter part of this wpelc for Part to spend tome time with friends and schoolmates Tbe Red Men will have tho honor of giving the opening entertainment of tbe opera house Dec 27tb After a musical at the hall they will royally entertain at the Wuataerford Hotel with an elegant supper under the su pervision of Mrs D S Carpenter who Is well known to bo one of the most competent managers of such affairs In the community Miss Katherine Baughman is In Dan vile enjoying wedding festivities C L Holmes tho wellknown druiumer who makes tbo Wcatberford House his sec ond home was at usual received with a hearty welcome this week utter an ab sence of two weeks Mrs Chloe Bogle Is confined to her bed front the effect of another fall this being the third In jury of the same kind Miss McCabe of Versailles has been visiting Miss Katherine Baughman EARTHS DUVEST SPOT The repu tation of being the dryest spot os earth Is claimed for Payta In Peru a place about five degrees south of the equator on a coast that has risen 40 feet In his tone times Prof David G Fairchild a recent visitor reports having reach ed there In February just after a rain of more than 24 hours tbo first for eight year The average Interval be tween two showers Is seven Years Sea fogs are common Of about nine SPOt dee of plants noticed seven were an nual and their seeds must have re mained dormant In tbo ground for eight years In spite of the lack of rain the long rooted Peruvian cotton Is grown In tho dried up river bed fur- nIshing crops that yield substance to the natives The discovery of u supposed error o- f11roodeceased late clerk of tbe Board of oXIntnloRtlonamount S 100000 Lot us also give thanks that assassi nation was not approved as a means of government and that some of the as sassins at least are on u fair way to atone for their crime Lexington Dem ocrat p Bookkeeper Robert Wlnetel of the wrecked German National Bank of Newport has been arrested nnd con testes to n shortage of 8500 but claims not to have been in collusion with Ab sconding Bookkeeper Browne BISMAHKS mON nERVE Was the result of his splendid health Indomit able will and treIeD are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys ant lloweN are out of order It you want these qualities and the micron they bring ue Dr tAle tolyOrtyAsklt Why does Thanksgiving al ways come on Thursday1- Telllt So that the remnants of the turkey will not run Into the Sunday menu A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by n few applications ot Chamberlains Pain Lalra For ale by Craig llockcr Druggists V ffi1t Its1L1JflDelays are Dangerous I Now is the If Time totm m ttle Immense Ines c up lJiAgents for Famous Royal Silk Plush ri IT PAYS TO TRADE AT i I THE GLOBE rij RepairingiMi i IYJIiriYour noney back If youre not satisfied i31i11i1 =i f JeLS EryeI Has the Largest and Best Line of Ready Viade Clothing Douglas firstclassDry JAMES FBYBHustonville Ky Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hoeker Stanford AQ SINECO- NTRACTOR 1 BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY g I make close estimates on work and perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressediLtut1bcrany HJIetH F1ESIj SUPPLY Always on hand Give it a trial George H Farris Co If You Should Get Sick I Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use onlythe best medicines rTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv Nov 30 1900I t1c WALTON Policy of the Democrats Senator Jones chairman of tho democratic National committee and llader of tho minority In the Senate eaya tbo policy of the democratic members wlll bo to oppose a large standing arm Bannas ship subsidy bill and all schemes by which corporations seek to pet their hands In the treasury and the enactment of any reapportlonmcnt bUt t which seeks to reduce tho represent tlon of tbo Southern States Tboy wile t support tho bill for tho construction of the Nicaraguan canal to be built owi cd controlled and protected by tho government for tho use of tho world In tlmo of peace and for the protection of the United States In times of war Ilnd oppose the HavPauncefoto treat which seeks to mako Great Britain a k partner In tho Isthmian canal as a condition precedent to authority to Its cot Btruotlon A strict watch will be had in tho natter of appropriations and the prevention of excesses by a party ruo mad with tbo dream of empire A fight will be made for the reduction of taxes imposed as a result of the war with Spain so as to remove tho bur dens that wero put upon the masses of the people and Insistence mado tha tho solemn pledge to the world on be half of Cuba prior to tho Spanish wai fsballbe redeemed and that It be permitted to establish1 its own government without interference of the United States This Is a pretty good program upon which to unlto the democratic forces which can do little more that show their hand and protest la a hopeless minority both In the Senate and In tho House they will have little voice In legislation oven If they arc given an opportunity to voice theIr sentiments With every branch of the government in their posjcsson the re publicans can and doubtless will run to riotous excess and this probably heightens and brightens the future succees of the democratic party HARRY GIOVANNOLI of the Danvllli Advocate Is spoken of for State Sena tor In this district Thero Is not a brighter young man or a cleverer gen tleman in the country than be Is and ho would mane a capital Senator but forI the tact that ho Is such a devilish botI republican Next year is democratic year and as Harrleee knows It he will not let the rads use him In any such way but will demand something better and more tangible of them If he really wants no olllce He hal better stick to his first love tho newspaper business though TilE more we see and hear of Terrl ble Teddy tbo gladder we are that our vote was recorded against him One paper says he has developed into a foot ball rooter of tho veriest sort and another claims that he Is the LOSt graceful cigarette smoker in the coun try Now let him take a few lessons In cakewalking and his accomplishments will be complete Just think of n vice president leading the rooters at a foot ball game and pulling a cigarette like a twotora nickel dude IT la neither kind nor just says an exchange to criticise those more or less dlstingulscd democrats who have goneI over to the republican party since tboI election Thesb gentlemen ire really self saerifeing patriots They realize that the democratic party Is in need of purification hence they get out of it In other words they leave their par ty for their partys good and may joyI go with them Tim documentary stamp tax ought to be the drat of the war taxes to beI removed It Is annoying yields com parotlvoly little revenue and Congress would atone In a measure for Its many S sins by repealing that part of the law as soon as possible after convening next MondayITilE names of 172 American woman who have In the last 30 yearn swapped their money fdr European titles andI numbshufl husbands aro published Their combined wealth was 8101253 000 Tbe three front figures cut off would possibly express what It is now assurancesCrumdisregard his oath and the constltu tion He Is preparing to movo his family to Indianapolis where ho twill open a law otliosJTHE Indiana jury that gave Preacher Hopper one cent damages against the man who accused him of being drunkI evidently had a lingering belief that the charge was true NEVADA bas only 42000 inhabitants 71 less than Fuyctto county yet she Gas two United States Senators and a Congressman A new deal seems to be in order EDITOR LANURAM of the Lancaster Record places us under deeper obliga thins bya most complimentary but miiiworved meritlon la his lost Issue ifd 1 0 yl 4f I Jl4 A POLITICAL Tho populists will contest the gubernatorial election in Nebraska Oul of a total vote of 01597 In Louh luna the republicans only got 14554 Commissioner of Internal Hevenue GcorgoW WlUon died in Washln ton The Alabama Legislature In separato Houses voted for United States Scnat John T Morgan received every vote cast It I stated that the administration programme in the Senate contoinplat first the ratification of tbo HayPaunc fate treaty Congressman Pugh said at VVashln ton that he bad not fully made up b mind about contesting tho election ofI Mr Kehoo Gov Beckbatn and bride aro now happily domiciled In the executive mansion and the governor Is tn tbo chair again Morgan Powers of Coons Eye h 9 just finished his 10th nights sleep In a shuck pen as the result of an election bot with Andy Shortt Judge W Floyd Hall late candidate for the court of appeals will remove from his present home la Harlan county It is said to Danville W J Samford governorelect of Alabama will take tho oath of office bis sick room Saturday if his phys clans deem such action advisable The Indiana Fee and Salary Commi sine will present a bill to tho Leglsli tore providing for an Increase In tbe salaries of half of the State officers Hon Vincent Boning and Senate Puddln Head Deboe want John W Yerkes to succeed the lato George W Wilson commissioner of Internal Revenue Senator J C S Blackburn has gono to Maryland whore ho is employed as attorney for tho defendant in an 1m portant murder case which comes up for trial in a fow days The State election board which wil meet Monday will declare that Mr Bryan received 235103 votes In Ken tacky McKInley 227123 Beckhan 230273 Yorkes 220755 Eighty thousand elephants are re qui red each year to furnish the world with Ivory Only one elephant is required In the United States to fcrnlet the trusts with long green Cushman K Davis United States Senator from Minnesota and chairman of the committee on foreign relation or the Senate died at St Paul Tuesday tight after lingering Illness Marlon county has probably never before witnessed such a local political vent as Is now being waged by the lemocratlo candidates for county of Ices to be settled by a primary on Del 19 ExGov Stone of Missouri does not ipprove the suggestions coming from navy quarters regarding the reorgani sation of the democratic party He be loves however that the party hat been too negative and that It should adopt a more aggressive policy Despite the result of the recent elec Ion the strength of tho democrats in tbe United States Senate will not be educed after the 4th of March They vlll gain six Senators and lose six Wellington elected as a republican will probably vote with tho democrats The Negro democrats of Kentucky are requested to meet in Frankfort ec11 to participate In the Inaugura ion of Gov J C 7f Beckham All rue democrats are expected to tako- put in the Marching Club A ball and reception will be given at night Lewis D Smith Jack Smith Tamed Walker and W H Watts committee of re- ceptIon IN NEIGHBORiNG COUNTIES Joseph Bryint of Whltlcy county bas been a magistrate for 40 years Tho Cumberland Telephone Co has ought the exchange ut Richmond James RIggs of Wayne has lost nino children In five years His last and only child is very ill Tbo North Jelllco Coal Company of ortba Is building a road to Its mines at Woodbine four ana onehalf miles In length Mrs Lou Bronaugh widow of John- S Bronaugh Nlcholasvlllas first may r lc dead- William Doylo u slate roofer fellow the steeple of the new Baptist church at Harrodsburg and was In nnily killed G P Addorholt was acquitted at amersot of the charge of murdering obcrl Munscy Mr Champ Shumate says ho is 74 years old and be has never taken but one dose of medicine in his meptL- Ick Cor Record Daisy the twoyear old daughter ofI Mr and Mrs W D Weaver of dJn died Monday after an illness of 1a- dart of typhoid lever Mrs W H Todd of Madison 1- 8dead Her first husband was the Ja1- lant Col Walter Chenault who was killed at Green River during the civil ar Because Willlam Walllfogle an old German farmer of the Swiss Colony In fAurol county asked Marlon Hall bra debt the latter owed him Hall becamo furlated and ecized a plckbandle and struck Walllfogle over the head In lctlnla serious jpjury Hall was piacedin jail John Weaver was tried at London on charge h erf horse stealing and held to t efft Yt This Week Will Be R otabl One At The Louisville Store For its immense display CLOAKS FURS AND SKIRTS Tile 4 Cloak and Fur Sale of the season consisting of well fittin 5 Jackets and Furs IVoni ono of Now Forks lc uling Cloak h0118 Srrho low prices will make this sale u memorable out Build your expectations high and 011hodisappointed Prices Tell The Storyu Clothing Never before was gooil reliable cloth ing offered at tho price we are alTering them during this great sensational bargain tale We are overloaded with heavy Suits aud Overcoats and low prices will sel them quickly Come see for yourself cm you will find out that wo can sell you n Suit of Clothes Overcoat or Odd Pants for about half what any other merchant will ask you for the same good 100 Pairs Mens and Boys Jeans pants lined with good cotton worth fl a pair our low price 48c Mens heavy Motion Overcoats SOqual ity come and see them at f408 Mens Jeans Coats regular 12 quality at bargains In Mens and Boys lined Duck Coats Mcni black and llluc Cheviot Suit to value at 1293 Mens finest Custom made Suits 25 different styles to select brow will cost yell J12 50 in any other store our price only 1005 000 odd pairs of Boys Heavy wool knee pants 60c quality in this sale 23c Mackintosh Coats Some merchants will try to make you believe that Mackintosh Coals have gone ip wo say our Mackintosh Coats are better and cheaper this year than ever before Cape Mncklnlosh CoatH worth S iatU23 250 Mackintosh Coats reduced in this sale tofl98 Jape Mackintosh ConLi anchor brand xtra heavy quality and never known to 8611 for lots than f oomo and get one tow at 1DS T answer to tho grand jury in n bond of 300 He Is also charged with breaking In a Louisville L Nnshvlllo dope this county and robblni the postblllci at Farlston and has a number of case against him for Polling liquor Illegally He Is In jail in default of ball Weave Is only 20 years old THIS AND THAT A great oleomnrgine factory in Den mark was destroyed by tire There are 10 two year old 230 trot ters for 1000 and seven of them are by ProdigalA of the great American smelt log trust will erect immense plants nt Sail Lake City Denver and at a point in Mexico He stood on the bridge at midnight Beneath the heavens great dome Because ho was married And tho whisky he carried Made him afraid to wood his way home Harvard hay selected ono of her Negro students to represent her In a joint debate with another college Strange how quick those Boston peoplo aro to rpcognlze tho Negros superiority over themselves LOOT at the label on which your name Is printed and sun If you are not behind with your Bubcrlption If you are oblige us by remitting at once This means you If your time does not read Nov 30 11WO or some date after ward SAMUEL 31 OWENS 1811 cumllduto for Assessor or Lincoln county subject to the action of tbu Democratic party 31 F NORTII IIs a t tpprcscnt Llmohi County tho Legtslaturo Hiilijeet to the action of the Democratic party WANTED Wanted to manage a well equipped hum on shares by a live energetic man Itoyt or cfererico Addresutilts olllce Public Sale I will sell nt public auction nt tho old yam Mlddlcton placp near Walnut flat on iVcdiiesduy nec Bth the following person tl property confining of pr Syearold nerO mules aged work mine good bug mare 9 rockaway mane 1 2 Ity ear old unlirokobono weanling KnglUh Hunter colt 13 yearling iteors hetfcn I extra Ono high grade fanny bull caU 8 months n1d 3 OliO cows bull calr 27 extra stock owes awl ono huck tutu under mower and ono and twohorwi hay rukll I new tongueleM cultdumecllr I 2horso corn piantor use tale for double team A lot of lumber Staiedar telephone poles 85 nt Uaydtm lon balnnco on Some may and corn 171 hookCr fodder barrel npplo Inegar Will alto sail household und kitchen furolturo Including piano Will lease onfilK acres of clover land good IItaudror ear 1951R B OAWJKsJ n t Box Mackintosh Coats runt the very cheapest to the tinist grade at about half priceGontlwncn dont into this great sun satlonal bargain sale Mackintoshes Capes And Jackets Jiutrec lvcd 600 Sample Caper worth from 250 to 1 must every one U of dIG ferent matnriai and of different trimming We Are not able to describe but wo guarantee thift to be the greatest value ever offered n I long as they will lut only 9Sc Spedal price on Lndles tine Plush Antfachaa and Cloth Ctape- Lailim all wool Jarketsnt 203 J860 and 8443 will cost you double the pilec d nsi in any other Muro In town Clilhlrens le for Jackets at OScfl4S fl 08 worth double the price LalId you miut see our Jacket and Cabe to Bjvijrwsloto lli great bargains wo have to r guarantee to rive you from 40 to 60 per cent on any Jacket or Cape SALE 1 I will sell at iulill anrtlon at UM More land farm Morxlaml Station on Wedne day hoc Utli the following dwcribed property Henrietta aged mule well broke nor good one one lhreoTuarol Mddle mare handsome wirrel innro Ommlm UC hand rOltlttd IS0ro hired I rnkS- turgva hICh Elkhorn elnt lUng ut wood IO1It dam ifato Mlcheituy by or mao Wllkn 29172 dam UmoDaJUbjr A mont Chief 301 3 lam Koto Goddnrd b Indian Chief sat dam by Eanln 5 dam a saddle mare She It nleuly broke round and ae oleo mare as In tho country Pour Rood Slinrao wagon nruiy colt foaled In round nice and n teIIIICrllllrtd br Dr Hooker iI3 AIM a nice been n milt In 5aa nt a your old by Oratorio 313 darn ho3ln the lint ono in 3KX Two guiding Midillo hontv one arolll mule 3 milk row and cnlrt 9 binder good Mill w32lior ociiltriilar mower ann rake buggy and harnri1- eta wagon luarne1 Vcrmllllun feed out ter Tiger disc harrow IUring tooth harrow 3 Frailer cart 5 Oliver Ulilllrd plows Rod a lot of other farming Implement A yearold thoroughbred trotting mare and two 3yearold flllle will alto be wild Term on day ntrtln W U KOUt MatMiami Ky A FEY POINTS OF SUlEKIOItlTY IN TIIK Radiant Home Air Blast Over All Other Montcr The 1rnctlcally Indlstruciiblo Air Blast Fire Jowl Producen following results Perfect combustion of soft coal continu a tho fumuHaml gasscs KiililnR just so much moro heat that In other stoves is- wasteda great economy this The cross drafts from the bowl causes the hunt to bo radiated to tliu floor inMoad of the cot InglIke other direct draft btovca Ueat Htisfatloii In This 1efect control of the tiro all tiven bent can be main alned and n good tiro kept over night anyklmlDont bo talked out of seeing the etovo before you bu- yHiggins t iif Skirts And Waists Flannel Uain bO dozen adles Fall and llliitcr Flannel Waists In blue brown cardinal green and polka slob well worth SI our special price for 10 days on1141Jc batik Drew SklrU Mack figured Mohair nml ancy IlaldRwell worth 12 our special price only OSc Extra IInft quality of Fancy Mohair- well worth from 9260 to J3 our special price f140 Fine Drrns Skirts nt 1108 and 1248 worth double tbo aiFancy NellIIlIk Unlleltklm worth onlyGOcFlannel UmlcrtkirU at 25c 4dc 753 and O- ScRough Rider Hats 49cLatest style walking hats polka dot Lauds will coat you In any Millinery store our special iirlco for 10 ilayH 40c- Ladlwnnd iocs Trimmed and Walk ing list youGuyUnderwearO- ur celebrated Mclba Ladle Union Suit tho moat perfect flntabed and beat fitting Union Sula In tile market worth f1our p ire only 48c Ladles and MUsci COc IualltyISuits reduced to 25cL- adles Fine Egyptian Cbtton Fleece lined Yes i with taped neck pnnti to match worth 25c per garment our renew latioiut price only15c Inrge line of finest Iteyptian end Peel er Cotton fleeced lined Vests or 1anU ex tra heavy usual price 6Oc our price 25c 600 Childrens heavy knit sample Vfsly worth from ICc to 25c now only 5c MenV heavy Camels Hair and elastic ribbed Underwear worth ftOc a garment our low underselling price only 25c Mens Fleeced Wool Underwear extra heavy quality will cost you front 75c to fl clOwhelei our low price only 48c Our allwool Flannel Underwear for Men and ladles chearw than over before Wo arc huaiiUartcr fur nil kinds UnderwearBlankets Comfost graylargego In this bargain saa at GSo All il 25 lllankeli rwlue d to 76 tr All f2 Blanker rmlur d toOSo Al higher priced blankets half priM Heavy fAirafurti a 4Sc 75o Dye 183 nml 4S worth double tlio mmity Dont miss this great sale IShoes and Bootsbla aolkl iMther reboot Rtaoe air go in this great wn atlonnl sale at V un The LOUISVILLE STORE D RANEY Manager Stanford Ky turllIInl PUBLIC KurtwHt McKinney LadiesDress Boots Heavy Shoes Rubbers Will Keep YourFeet Dry SEE OUR STOCK Cummins MeClary 1ftf JBt ILr1ERTsilt I DRUGGIST I Sells The Best Paint Made TrfNeals Carriage Paint 1 Pre IIlpllon8 carefully tilled day or night Patent Modtolnoi of almost overt kind llrtiutlful line of Stationery lllank Books of cvorr Inscription Ofllce Long Distance Telephone S S S I S S S OVERCOATSo SUITS AND ODD PANTS s Froni the beat innnufacturcrs Sea our line before making your pun chase W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky f i tt f tfix ojpl t t uV 4tft i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 STANFORD Kv Riov 30 1900 Taubeet tnatorh combwith goodreauPonDYDru PISONALS KiNuiuciy ALCOUN jupfrom Contro MH8 JyKS RICK U vUlllnff her pa CityMRELKIN of Lebanon was bere yesterday D E O DICK was down from Grab Or hard Wednesday MR 3 It Coot wile and thrca aucbtcri are all tick Miss HKLKN DlCK of Crab Orchard II with Mln Suo Rout Miss MAny DOTVi of Lancaster is with Mrs J W Francis Miss ELLA MAY NKWIAND Is visit atlagMil ANU Mils J M ALVKltSOVhnvo taken rooms at tho St Ataph J W ROUT JKI entertained a num ber of his friends at dinner yesterday Miss KsTium UOULWAKB a Spring Held beauty li visiting Miss Kugcnla Warem1UOKT B CULLAND of Nlcbo Inivllle was a guest at Mr A U Host lands Dlt CHAIIMS HAKVKlLof St Louis arrived yesterday to visit Miss Isabella Bailey ATTOJINKY C R McDoWELL of butlness Danville was hero Tuesday on legS Miss HKHTIIA Giiunus of Shelby MTWILLIAM EVKHBTT of this place nulnlnn In R R Gentrys moat market In Danvlllo CLAY RUlLKY Jli li learning the gents iuroldtilng bulnuu In If J Mo Robert tore MIG Pimm SriiAUij Sit who hai been very tek with pniwnionta In Im proving slowly Missas PHANCHB AND DAISY VAN nuvHKit are visiting friend in Lout vlllu tale week MHS M P KMCIN awl ton Arable of Wtlllamsbflrjr Clam home to o ThankijrlvltH turkey T J OKHBS of RookoosUo Is now a citizen of Wayne He Is a broUwr of W R CressIUcord MI5HM8 GHOKUIK HRNIIY and M libPlttptttrtak of Lancaster are goes of 111ps Katlo Morshon- Mlt D C T OltUHH has reeolvud through Congressman Gllbart an up polntmoni to West Point STHHLU DAIIHY and Alfred and liar ry Hlgclns of Centro College wnt Thanksgiving at their homos hero MRS W C KLLIOTT of Cincinnati has joined her husband at Mr John P Jane Her children accompanied her Miss NULL Mritsnov came down from Madlsonwhcra she U teaching to spend Thunkvgtvfng with the horne folkUtsMOLLJf WHAY who has been visiting her daughter Mrs II C Daughman In the West End has re turned home Mn WM SKVKKANCI went to Shel by Tuesday to attend the marriage of bis brothcr In law Coo Ilckett to Miss Hrannln- Mits MATTIB C McRoiiKliTB and Miss Jonnlo Wilkinson of Liberty woro with Mrs Mattie KIrby Wcdnrs day and Thursday MISS SUt OuiLVIK who has been with her aunt Mr J C Hays h gone to Princeton to bo with her brat cr Dr Woods Ogllvlo- MitS T J FOSTKR and Mlse Arc thusa McAUstcr went up to Williams burg Wednesday W spend a few days with Foster MoAllslorQ- LULLAND EASTLANU came up from Loulavlllo yesterday to eco his parents Ho Is delighted with hU position undty has the promise ol promotion In a t I weeks Mn GKOIIQK C KHLLKII Jit of this olllce has rented the residence on Lo gun Ave recently vacated by Jud g o I Vornon and will move to it today Mr and Mrs J E Farris will spend tho winter with them eontJames Pickett of Stanford were present at tho Confederate convention hero they woro the guests of 1Whllo Browne aid Mrs J R Mol Trlbblo having been a school mate tho latter at Daughters Col lego Mrs Trlbblo will be pleaean remembered bymanyCentralKentuc friends as the attractive Miss Suo Pick ett of Maeon county whore she gooa from hero to attend tho marriage i her brother to Miss Ueeslo Perrlno hat count Winchester Democrat LOCALS Fort No horse blankets storm aprons ic go to J C McCIarys TUB boiler at W J Sparks rook quarry In Rockcasllo burgled Wedti ell day V P Freeman had a shoulder acd thlqh broken Till e boysoftrlsplaco oho praparing for a big hop on Dec 13 programs to bouacd are tbo nicest have seen In many a day I 10000 HALK3 of all grades of hay for solo cheap Ji IL Buughman L Co Now Is a good tuna to place your or der for holiday pictures MJss Saeray OtTicB for rent in INTKIUOR JOURNAL building Apply to E O Walton Fort RBNT Two dwelling ono brick on Main Street and ono on Born scoot pike Mrs D W Vandoveor 2t havebeenc RaughmaaCo Ilttoorslayers of Loulsvlllo administered the doss lit that place ALT of the schools cloned for Thanks gluing and tbo public and hill schools mornlnJbutusual this morning THE praise service of the ladles of the Presbyterian church will bo bold the home of IraoW II Higgins tl10ladluare Invited to attend Tat Red Men of iluitonvlllo will open Dr Edward Alcorns Opera House at that place with a royal entertainment on Dee 27 It will be gluon fo the benefit of the Tribe and a gee time may bo expected MINSTRKLS Barlow Wilson Great Mltmrcl Company carrying 30 people and traveling la their own elue gnat parlor car will bo ut Walton pera House Saturday night Dec 22 ecure your tickets earlnPROMITAND JUST SKTTLEMKXT y barn and contonti which burned on sight was Insured with R B Mtthooy In the Continental and on Tuonlay following the lots was paid in lull I want to thank Mr Mftbonv and his company W II GAmUpSOMH of our patron dont seem lo understand that when we sand them statement we want moony If they ar of the opinion that we send statement out merely M pats away the limn or help iwall the bualnose of the postoilleo we bet to tell them they are woefully Mistake etTHIS Red Men am preparing for a bit time on the evening of Dee 12 5evrral prominent speakers troll n dUtaswe will uddrces them at Odd Fel Hall and afterward a banquet will e held at tho St Asaph Hotel Tbo pnblle is Invitetl to the exercises at ibo hall TRADES J H Owens sold to Adam M Pence hli house and loteornor Dan villa sod Hiutonvlllo Avenues for 82 200 and bought of Mrs Susan Harris her cottagu on East Main for 81370 Mr Owens alai bought two acres of ground back of the plies for 1200 Will Severance hue sold to James A Dud derar his homo on Lancaster Avenue for u good sum and tho latter will move tj town MHETINO for prayer and Bible study at Miss Mary J McAfees ovary Mon day al 230 Tho door Is open to all you aro Invited to como Also a library of 40 books i s at your disposal aoydeilrlnicure one call on Miss Mary J McAfee woo will receive subscriptions and ro nowals for the Christian Alliance and Pcnjjcostal Herald Stanford Ky FOR ASSK8SOR Tho announcement of Satuel M Owens appears In another rohoat ke for tho nomination for assessor There Isnt a harder party worker In tho county than Sam ne everybody calls him and that ho would make a capital assessor thoro Is no reason to doubt Ho is quick with tbo pen good at figure and probably DO roan la the coun hits a bettor knowledge of the vatua cwlion of land tuna ho D3SHOP Mrs Amanda Bishop mother of Messrs Columbus and oam eel Bishop died at tho formers her nt tho advanced ago of 81 Her re mains wero taken to Puloskl Staff Wednesday and after services by El J Q Montgomery of Liberty wero laid to rest She was formerly from that section Wo did not know Mrs Bishop but are satisfied the mother of such oxcellont citizens as the above gontlemon could not have been otherwise than a mot Golly ono hokyn contests than any gentleman In the county and who has been very success ful with them has decided to give ono Tucatdayto t every pi b Ho school of the county cita havo a rep resontatlvo Speeches wlllba limited to 10 minutes and the schools can ohooio which shall represent them males or females As the time Inotvery far off It la necessary to have the names of tho entries not later than Dee 10 so those schools which desire representation bad bettor got to work at once and decide who their represon tutlvo will be A prize of 120 in gold COatC8t0sunt Jo beat apeukpra in tho county WATCH for Geo H Forrls Gos holiday line BUY tonnybWALL paper at reduced prices and very cheap at W B McRoberts Tile weather seems besettled at1 last and It It clear and cold this morn lug READ Withers ad and see what a howattturo Niofc lot ot furnlturo and rugs at Bcazley Hays Got their prices be fore buying nJaimes A Beazley and Will S Embry of Lancaster went hunting little while yesterday and killed rabbits andabelow coat to make room for Mia Minnie Straubs opening of and lOc goods Now Is your chance TMIsa Dora Stab manguessed It would be 3600 not only proved himself a pretty good prophet but will get the INTERIOR JOUlt one year ices THK Thanksgiving atWalton n odd beaux from adjoining towOl wore pros cot Music w furulsbed by a band from Danville HHATIL Dr NN Bueb ono recpecied citizens died yesterday after oon after a lung Illness Ho will be burled this afternoon when DM Pe ton Carpenter and Brown of this place will be among the pall bearers WK regret exceedingly to lose ourj splendid Lancaster correspondent Prof M D Hughes whoso elllclcncy ocd promptness have been a great holy to this paper Other business compels u thateas soon as his affairs aro straightened out ho will rows to hla Drat love and make our Lancaiwr oolumn fairly brio to with news notollI TlIANlCS IVlvo Most of the stores wore closed yesterday and the day was a very quiet oqo The weather sv good for hunting and every lover of t sport who oonld got a dog sad gun advantage of the opportunity In t morning Itev J B Crouch preached a Ono sermon at the Methodist church to a good audience and the afternoon wan spent in various ways by those who could not got out of town A bop at Waltons Opera House last night end cd tho day and another Thanksgiving is a memory MR NORTH who taught tho sob bands In the following The follow pupils of Sugar Grove school received a general average of 00 per scat or over for the terra ending Nov Grade I Thomas Anderson 01 Ida Bowen 02 Job Chandler D1i Ira Turn bull 00 Grade II Wm Anderson Grade III Grady Tucker 03 Pellus Adams 05 Nannie Bowen 03 Goon Ballard 01 Mike Long 00 Grade Otis Newland 05 Wm Tucker Grade V Leslie Anderson 11 Joe No land 01 James Livingston tIL Tho debating society was an enjoyable feature of the school and will continuo lo meet every Friday evening Everybody la cordially Invited to como out and hear some good speeches both by old men and youneslew CHANGE IN DIANAUESI6NT1140 ne Hof raunn who hail managed Crab Or and Springs for the past eight or nine years will bo succeeded tomorrow by Mr J B Willis of Richmond Mr Hofmann will return to his old homo at Indianapolis and engage la business Ho and the wife have mado a grCab many friends during their stay In ti county and it is with sincere regret that wo are lo lose thom Tho goodwill of hundreds who have received kind treatment at their hands while at Crab Orchard will go with them to ORp0JoanNA joins In wishing thorn Iho willdbo load Dr HG Dick will remain In charge of Kcoley Institute and that his catlma bin family will continue to make it pleasant for tho guests of that noted resort Mr Willis ia splendidly equipped for the role of mine hoar and wo predict that grand old Crab Orchard Springs will bo a successful watering place dor his wanngoracnt He ran a hotel at Richmond for years and operated Eillll Springs during ono of its most prosperous seasons Whllo regretting lose Mr Hofmann and family wo heartily welcome tho Incoming of illsgoalto be wMATRIMONIAL jm John Bastln aged 10 and Miss Nan nlo McGuffoy 18 wero married N oceday at John Longs James A Swcpston of Now Albany Ind asks for divorce because his wife called him a bald headed old fool Lieut LouIs Dllllon of Livingston and Miss Minnie Hcndren of Mailsou county will bo married onv Mrs Cora Merrlck wife of Frank Merrlck the larger who died Monday was married to James Moore at Prince 1HenryjandMUs Ella Raylcr a white girl 22 years of ago of fronton 0 were mar ried tn that city It has caused quite a sensation John Montgomery aged 20 and Miss Llllle Smith 18 both of tha McKinney section were married at the court use Wednesday by Judge James P Bailey Tho bride Is the pretty daughter of Mr C C Smith Tbo circuit judges at St Louts broke all records by disposing of iOO divorce cases of which 60 were granted and 30 taken under advisement The highest previous record was 75 cases beard In 1oars day with 10 separations granted Luclilo Waddle and Mr John Stoma were married at the Methodist church at Somerset Wednesday eve nlng Tho bride Is n lovely girl and Is very popular In society circles while Mr Stoma fa a well known heelers man A reception was gluon at tbo homo of the brides mother Mrs O H Waddle Miss Eugenia Ware the beautlfu daughter of Mr Francis Marion Ware nootLo Madison Miss Ware Is a graduate o Georgetown College and Is as culture as she la popular while the groom is a prosperous farmer who Is held In high esteem by his neighbors He also at icndcna college at Georgetown and It was there the young couplo first met extend heartiest congratulations tearl wish them a long ills full of hap plness Friends hero have received invlta Gateyo daughterAir cf of Lnulivlllo on Dec 11 Tho cere mony will occur at the Fourth Avcnuo Mnihodlst church Louisville at 0 ru end they will bunt homo to their friends at 4030 Westminster Place St Louie after Jan 1 Mr Lackey la old Stanford boy and his legion friends hero send congratulations advance of tho happy event His sis tor Miss Ophelia Laakey will be ono of the bridesmaids Robert L Salter Jr and Miss Mayme Wilson Carpenter wlllbe mar tied at the Christian church this eve olaboraha Vbajro m take the midnight train Soutb Tbo groomsmen will be Dr Alford Black GeorgeMcRoborts and M N Welch the ushers R U EmbrylloracoTho bridesmaids will bo Miss Jose Fmoffe 111B 1athorlaolaug h men Huslonvllle Miss Pearl Faulcon fator Mlescs Laura and Elizabeth C penler will be lower girls Miss Carpenter la the beanillu daug 90to of Mr and Mrs A W Carpenter of this county g0tioLCAtIC ERUPTIOKS forQOsnswluods Chllhlalns lIt lUt run on earth CureIIaraUlI PUBLIC SALE I otStck and Farming Implements oncSWednesday Dec ICI900 bestbidderShorthornbullold Ktondiird bred mare In foal to uetnn generalUdir J II McKlNNRV MeKlnnuy Ky PUBLIC SALE Ot A Fine Farm Asngcut for thu adult heirs of John rectos I will on Saturday Doc 22 I9OO rCVIonJ Inhlutgrllu willbonounforIthe lull gu ot of palling cash purchaser nnd saving having terest 1osse lon given Jan lOOt 1er sosons dcsUlnp to see tho land before the gala nru Invited to call on tho at tlio 111TTT08Agent IPUBLIC SALE I sariedOrchard on Saturday Dc 6th I will sell tilt following described property consisting of lionra cattle hogs sheep otc Two mil ITa 3 milk cows S good calves J two panr old iihorthorn morn hogs six UlllrnughbrcdPolnndCblnll tools plows luirrowaj hoes eU too tedious TermsDdlt ALKKKR DAVIS 3TIm soutnern mutual InvBstrnBnlm OF LEXINGTON KY I1 TSUR ANCE eEVEeSDD 1Vo pay while you live Old Line Coinpunii pnytivhen- I you die Vhich do you profov 1 Ovci 300000 piiid in LiYing Benefits s- Over120000 Kcsuvc sind Surplus 60000 Paid in Maturities in Scitombcr Further particulars apply to J C Bailey pr L riPcn nington Local Agts Stanford John G Austin Special Agent Bradlbrdsville Jvy Furniture WarI Will Turn Loose WorthtOF FURNITURE At Cost And Carriage Goods will besold this way for one month or twelve months or as long as is necessary t W W WITHERS Things Wortl Investigation Lattice Steam Shrunk Fitwcll Underwear Ladies antI Childrens Oncita Union Suits boThe Dowager Corset roil Stout Figures P Ccntcmeris Fine Kid Gloves for Ladies Cincinnati Manufactured Cloaks and Skirts Dixie Hosiery for Men Women and Children Columbian Mills All Wool Knit Skirts Columbia Mills All Wool Blankets If you arc needing buy of the above mentioned goods thethIJOHN P JONES Stanford 58 l M rv lir 1 JfJ = 1r ima i AT I irl140W Prices 1 SEVERANCE SONS 1 I Itrt Opposite Court House K fsssrts Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution i 0 Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN c CO Oontractoxs And Builder- stSTANFORD iKY juBasiilHandsrust IOTH s ITo make estimates on au rUInd of work wonted Office opposite Drr1I000k t 5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1abaoh5ru5 And izldn 1 PER YEAR CASH When not aopaWm 3OO will becbarge ffnkrftl n the pMtotflce al Stanford R econilflats matter KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North M a 241 a UM li 12 to 23UIi21For allilolnis KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Ne2S rrrlnt8rdat 105 No21 Leaves Stanford at 210 AM No21 Arrtvem Rowlandat 1200 No12 Learn Stanford at 2SO P QUEEN CRESCENT Trains going South pus Junction City No1 Gee not atop No a li50r No5 1122 I No9 801 p Going South 2 donntstop yo4 319 No 123 fVk No 10JUM FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI Trains leare Frankfort at 650 AM S40r anil p connecting at Georgetown with the Q A C Ucturnlng leate Paris at V30 and 1140 r x rcaeblng noklort after connecting with Q A C tratni at M710 r uand913P II The hirer train latefor1tnF1town7IS r A II LAND STOCK CROPS ETC John Reamer refused 6000 for Wilchrlsi 219 M S liaURhman sold to J C Lynn a bunch ot sboate at 4c Hudson k Page bought In Adair county 200 hoja at 4 to 4o Will Lillard of Anderson bouc 100 feeders In Garrard at 3c Louise Patchen 212I by Joe Pate on sold for 2320 in Chicago Allerton leads till the prandsona ot Georsro Wilkes In 230 performers H n Davis bought a saddle borse from Capt James Johnson for 3100 A large bunch of good mules cban cd bands at 80250 In this county tbe other day J Y Robinson bas bought the slop ut W n Traylors dUtlllery for 100 per month U L Hubble Bold 50 mules to Hud son of Atlanta Tuesday but wltbhe the price Tfley were good ones TbuLoxIncton Trottlnjr Horse Breed ors Association cleared 5000 moro at ita last meeting than ever before In Its history At Cynthlana Leach Talbott Cralli are shipping an average of nigh dare of hogs per weak at average prices of4to4c At the PaslgTlpton horso sale tho famous trotter Axtoll was sold to G H Barlow of Blnehampton for 8147C Ha sold its u throeyear old for 810i 000Messrs W S Hume Co purchase the farm of the late Taylor Rice In Madison consisting of 396 acres The price paid was 825727 or 8G512 per acreAt Greenberry Bright sale Wei nesday cows sold at 821 to S31 80 pound shoats at 330 horses 810 to 110 and mules 373 to S100 A good crowd waa preseut considering tbe raw day Monte Fox gold to J W Balesagent 30 export cattle 1500 pound average at 5ic M J Furrls sold yesterday to Llllard ot Anderson 05 slop cattle at 340 They will average pounds AdvocateCol N Prewltt has bought of n D Bruce the old Jake Qarlan farm 24 acres at 852 possession given Jan let Cot Prewltt will not live on the place bowtvcr but will move to Danville In u few weeks Advocate In Cincinnati extra heavy steers are quoted at 5 to 515 butcher steers extra 41 to 4Jc good to choice 3 85 to 4 60 helfors 2l to 4 15 stackers nn feeders 2J to 41c Hogs aro quoted at 41 to 4 00 and eheep al 21 to 4c Throucb Sleeping Cr Service Ixml vlllo to Jacksonville via Louisville South era Hallway Leave Louisville 745 n m daily leave Lexington 1050 a in arrive Iliattaneojo 650 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 pm arrive Jacksonville 83 a m Equally nu good schedule return ing Also train leaving Louisville TV- p ui has through connections and sleep lug service arriving Jacksonville 10 next evening Southern Ktllway to connec lion with the Queen A Orescent Route the only line with a 24liour schedule he twecn Louisville and Ja ksonvillo Superior connections at Jacksonville for nil points in South Florida Winter Tour I now on Hale to principal re sorts iu Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Hie via Southern Railway Information 25 4th Ave Louiavllle A Whedon Pass AgL W11 Taylor G P A uoulivlllc Foreman coroners uryWaswl brought In u verdict that Bill come his death from natural causes Citizen I thought ho blew down a gun barrel to sea if It was loaded Forman Ho did But Dill was acct a natural born durn fool It was only natural for him to die some soch way at that i Chicago International Live Sloe4 ExBortucm Dec 18 1000 Mono Ii Haute The greatest of all Live Stock Snow All Monon truhi atop at 47tb i St Too most convenient station for the stock yards Less than fivo minutes byelcctrlo car The Monon pal car run direct Into the yirds Special rates for thn Expose alert week E H Bacon D P A1 Louiavllle Ky Why mamma youvo got a tray hair In your bangs 4Yes dear That because you wore so naughty ayceterdayw DU grandma bt All her hair Is gray 1 t MIDDLEBURG Rev George Green Oiled his rcgul appointment hero Sunday Undo Iko COven has returned from a visit to relatives in Lincoln Owing to the recent rains and high water we have bud but one rcgul mall since last Friday Mr Sporgcon Syrapson and visiting his brother James SympsonII at Lancaster this week IL C McWhorter has a farm in Walletown neighborhood and will move to It this week MUchc Taylor moved from here to BurnsU FridayMrs Anna Kcrsobt D S C of the L O T M left this placo Tuesday for Stanford where she will spend a few days in the Interest of that order Sbe left the business at this place in tbe bands of Mrs W J Godby whom w e believe will make a success Mrs B F McKlnlcy will movo to fexlngxm this wnek James Durba has rented T11 Morana property and will soon become a citizen of our town Comrade Snake Taylor has moved to Yosemite Mrs J M Durham Is vii Ming relatives 1n Lancaster this week Dave Cloyd and Jim Hunn botb American gentlemen of African decent appropriated a fat hog bclonplc to Arch Austin of Mt Salem to thelr own use Thursday night but Arch at pearcd upon the scene only a few roll utcs before the water was hot cnoug and drove his bog home and will see that they are properly dealt with according to law a KINGSVILLE The hunters seem to find game ery Invitations have been cxchhng ed for the Thanksgiving feasts tomoi rowMr Berry Prultt la suffering from the effects of u fall ho anslalned a fev vceks ngo- There la a good deal of elckne throughout the neighborhood and hot of our good physicians are kepi ver busy Mrs J L Johnson and pretty daughter Miss Lucille wore the guests of Mrs Cicero Reynolds of Stanford a few days last week Mrs Singleton and daughter Mrs Ida Williams came up from Eubanks Tuesday so see th attore little son Lawrence who Is Improving slowly of fever Mrs Marga ret Wlll1ams Is contemplating moving log In tho neat luluro to Burgin where hor son Mack la employed a night operator Dr Joo L McCart was down from Harrodsburg recently llttlo Mlea Myrtle Smith who hils been very ill of typbold fever Is better at this writing Master Alonz llgoey U able to bo out after a long and severe attack of typhoid fever Mr D M Crelghton is very much Improv ed So you reject mo III the young lawyer said rather bitterly I wonder It would do any good to appeal the case to your father She shook her bead There Is no appeal from my decla1 lon she replied I am what you call the court of laU resort But I can not give up the case in this way he exclaimed She dug the sand with the point of ber parasol Mr Braxton sbo said softly might you not usk for a new trial STORYOFA SLAVE To Le bound hand and foot lot years loT the ehlnl of iUxa n ti the wont form of ilavtrjf lea II Vlllliin of Mencontcr Mlcb tell I bow auto IIllue wu made free llo 11Ilr wit has been 10 belpleit for Art that she could not turn leer In lied atone After using two bottle of Jectrlc bittern aha wu wonderfully improTei id aide to do her own work Tbla aupreme remedy for fern lie dlieaiet quiCkly cures nerTOUineai rvplenanni melautbolf backache IntlDgand Un y aill This miracle working edlclno t a iodwnd ao weak rimdnwn ole Every bottle guaranteed Only Sold at ennya Drug Store Aunt to little girl wbohas just reo turned Irom hearing her mother sing- n public Well darling how did mother sing this afternoon Mule girl Not very well They made ber- come back and do It all over again olden Rule A WEIGHTY FAMILY John and Rachel Scott of Randol county W Va and their children have been weighed recently and aU of the country U talking about tho result The father and mother are still Its log In tbo house where their eight son whoso combined weight is more than a ton were born and raised Following Is the ago and weight of each member of the family John K Scott the father aged 80 250 pounds Mrs Scott the mother aged SO 200 pounds JetTcreon aged 60 weight 250 pounds Charles aged 64 weight 315 Hugh aged 52 weight 315 James aged 315 pounds Oliver aged 48 weight 310 WlnQold aged 40 weight 250 John J aged 41 weight 260 Edward S aged 42 weight 325 The combined weight of the family Is 2700 poundi and the average weigh Is 270 35 pounds Washington telegram to the New York World SUAMBEULAlNS COUGH RELIED IK CHICAGO Hisgcn Bros the popular South Side druggists corner COth street and Wentworth avenue sar We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy find that it gives the most nattsfactor results especially among children for see vere colds andcroup For side by Craig tk Hoclccr Druggists So true her aim her trusty gun Neer falls to fetch the mark And loaded down she wonda her way Back to her home at dark Still later on her aim Is true Though not in sportmans at Her eyes abootetralght tbllnber un Shes bagged her game my heart What most le want is somethin mild and fentle when In need of a phys Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to n dot They are easy to take and pleasant in oflcct Fc lip by Craig A Hooker Druggists It Is now claimed that theChinest Uncovered America 1000 yearn i ofor iolumbna Inasmuch as there taa a very poor opening for the laundry has net a over here at that time they passed It by aPREVENTED A TRAQECY- Ttoirly Infurruillon IR MM George lang Nw Stralurllle Ohio i eventM a drtadlul trig tdT and uTl two tern A frlfbtfiU ouibba long kept herawaty night had tree uuuy mnedln ant doctor but noxllljr IIftw wore uottl Creel to try Ur Kinga hsw IJ1ttTrry whole curd bef and the write niarTflouiraedtclaealao cared Sir Loog era Ten attack of lutMiiaetiti Sebcareeateohlep- root of the matehlas or tblt jranl r 81lr lor rurln all thrnal chest and lung trouble ly sac and tl Fery bottto gHaranlM l Trial olUca free at I unya thug Store The population of Texas Increase 36 3 per cent since 1800 that of Mon Wan 811 percent BLUE GRASS NURSERIES FALL 1000E- TerylhIegforthercbardLawn and warden reeabr the audUruameu lot palllgulIrpelnn nuaiI ride and nrythlOK llred out home country or In own o agenla employed and rock bottom t riCH to the actual planter on F Ky Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your painting I lbetrodItatcords I will Hvll you paper ua you can but It In town nnd hang It nt Sc pet oolt twill do painting fu All work guaranteed J J llfMFN Stanford ICy Mason HotelMIIS U U SIMPSON 1ror aucaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendu able Everything firatclass Portal next all trains W OLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgj O Veutliarford fists n contract for BLI CosTiiot ASO SALt of Old Stock Whir kr In HuitonVle Ky- 110510C1i Ilanvlllo Ky DROUTH 1 Its 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 and dry With a go- odWaterproof Macintosh At 5 a Long Double Back Slicker at 2 B 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 JO 1 9lffijJrnJHJBTS FoR SALEFloe thoroughbred Nnraguntctr ITurkeyi White Lvfrorns and Golden WlIlIdolto- JOltS STittlr CAltfCNTCli llustonvllloi FOR SALEheaving decided to mOTe to town I will otTer ray property for aale Dwelllng House Store llouo my Stotk ot Merchiindlso This h nn opportunity for MIDO wtdnuwnVi ljuitnoia man For particulars address N 105 Mnrksbury Ry FOR SALE OR RENT I desire to loll or notmy Tarm of 130 acres vltuntcd two miles outh of Huston vlllo on tho Ilustonvlllo iind MlddlebufaT lledlaceBttito cultivation wellfenced and plenty of water Has upon It a two shry 8rooin frame dwelling und necessary outhoUitcH good tobacco barn and stock Intro BUlv acres of limo nlxivo land U virgin soil Will sell at reasonable puce or rent to a good mUll McDANIEL Mt Salem Ky COAL a SALT I will have my coal bins completed by Oct and will keep on hand three of the heat coal also salt and I will veil It to merchants load at n small margin Wilt continue to pay the Iegheat hickory Stmts Stavecand headings floods and Grocer loa at rock bottom prIces Olve me k trial und I will save you money II It KINO MOHCUAM ICy Poultry And Eggs ANTED I will top market price cash for them and alto Hides Wool feather Ac I IL DAVIS PR UiTT BROSMOUBLANI KY Furniture Livery I UndertakingI- alr of tyonrold well broke tasulaa for saint IT hands high m SPit01AL ltEQ17T DR GOLDSTEIN The Bye SperlailUt will return k Stanford Monday lien lotto for one day only Dr O Goldttetn of LooUvltlp will he In the env of Stanford Ie 17 to rotn lii on- dayanil will lit giaaes to the eves of all who ntMl tIm He made the study ontlla u tlultv and tin one In need oe glas c iniml do tatter than give him a rail He will bo found at hi room at the Vurunda Hotel Parent of children whoa eyes are In an way affected should tuke them to Dr Gotdntoln and barn them amIned Too much caro cannot bo taken In this particular us any neglect of jwreni may lead to most serious oonMijuencnt In after life If the eyes of u child need gins es thodoctorcon delerulne It und adjui suchgla r M will bo most apt to pr orr and Increase their strength The docto life been giving satltfacttnn for many year and wo recommend him as worthy the pa tronngo of the publla Those suffering with their efl should call on him and If hedon give them relief It will not cost them any thing Ho can adjust to anydyers nnd nn ago A good glasi rightly adjusted Is a luxury to a penton with sight thy cannot afford to do without A glass Imperfectly adjusted Is wona than no glum ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement c c- Write For Prices TWO FARMS FOR SALE rhemTocatloaHaTing decided to I II- I1IIrh111111 firm on which lire 31 of a in Oreba d Ky This tams U line land In ual state of cultivation acres ot rice hottom itnil IbalU one rorn anil meadow land balaoitj 80 acre la upland anti well adapted to rare wheat blue grass ant all other cro A brief dwelling oft room sod cellar a well of plrndli livMtone water at the dour two good trnmien bou barn and all ntmaarjr outbuilding with plenty ot cowl fruit anil an almnilann lock wa er radio this the null desirable larm li Dili eud of the county Ala a lrm or about acres v mill from Cyst Orchard Krou IjDcuteratrrel opposite the ti nioua Crab Orcbard Sprlnxa All In grass with stock turn and an abundance of wafer with netrhLorlJoodAlto a nice cottax In Htanford Ky on Lana ter street with good lUttrn attaclud orlurthepJrticulani till on or sidrae U U IIUON Allill Crab Orehanl Ky DrsSlavinPhillipr OSTEOPATHISTS- Will oe In Ilanrlllft Mondays Wrdneadaja and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuexlaya ThuraJayi and Saturday Ollire In tho ldllnln Ion llulUIng Slnnfunl UI flee hours Vlu12A 11to1Pn- OSTEOPATHY Thti Science originated anti developed by Pro A T Still of Klrairlllo Mo depcudu on the irluclplesof Anatomy and 1liyilology for Its rtsuits It requires no faith drug no rubbing no surgicaloperatlunandclaims hlng aupvr Dttcopathy Tlovi man an a machine of so many part lla keynote la adjustment When all parts ale properly adjusted and not overworked health the result Some of JIa5es treated us rwtratlon headaches Neuralgia ItbeuinatUiii Catarrh Weak Granulated lids burp CouetlpatlonlllesflailItcll and Intestinal trouble pbnass of font and Joints plnslCiirviturea llalocstloniijJolnu uralTila Incontinence of Urine Lucomotor AUi la cemalt Plaoaaea a specialty Coniultatloo Free W HEKHIN Is a catulldnto for Jailer ot Lincoln count subject to the action ot the democratic IllIr ty J II KAINES lit a candidate for limo nomination of Jnller of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Democratic patty V3I JLANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln tool tyi subject to democratic notion TIXAIJGS a VUIGIX Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- t3 subject to the action of tho democrat patty JOHN C PEPPUESI- s candidate for Jailor of Lincoln Oouu pattyRINK FARMERI- s a candidate for Jailer subject to tlyt ae lion of the democratic party He solid your support GUS ICeOOBZCAOK- a candidate for Aasoufr of Lincoln coot ty subject to tho action ot tho democratic party GEO A KUIIANKS Is a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln count ubject to the action of tIe democrat- party JAMES T JONES la a candidate for of Lincoln count poityMISS LIZZIE C JONES Uf MortUnd has opened a aipktt- ino of Millinery ftt Junction Oity tail COOJlltrr1rolu1I FOR RENT Pr A large hmiw In lAnttttrr with irk nn ataMrasd4r len wtlltultnl fjr a IKJU tie liOHnralBcrlt rotrslly lomleil for sll kind 4Muiaeaa lUtarrnv J I UlINI lilt Jetfenca err u Wan Tai FOX t LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE IANVILLE KENTUCK Hones and Mules constantly on Iiaa4 sat ror sale at all times W Logan Wood lianag- eri U Freds Exchange ou will always find Hood trtmlnwnt Iod flr gtHxl tndal flOOd ilvitutl good bran c at low prtre II will give you II mend of fine soar and It houndof bran for a bushel of wheat or fioui- or one IKmt fort to call m him hen JOI want wheat nxvhangtil or bay flour teal ke POSTEDTile parson whose imam apptar lobs rlctlv any hunting of 1or anr kInd nt any time of lima ytstr Oil land- nn will prosecute to Iho full extent ot the 1111 any who violate 8 II llaughmnn J Ilaughmati- ir Stride llalley J R llrue I T Harris K I Woods J SI Icttus W T Tucke- rI U Ilaurhmsn J W llaughraan L L Doty U D A W H Itoono LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Millcdgoville Ky We have 75 Rood stuck Hogs for sale antlbout 20 head of stock Heifer I UrFsb CO SEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBSBSWPMM UNCTION CITY KY IrstClan Turnouts at Iteasonablo Rates tfpcclul Attention to Traveling Men flraln and Huy Vat Sav I KITH HOTEL- F FBAMCISM Prsprlelor AT DEPOT QROOHEAD KY Ileac hotel In the tnountilni ratrs ronildem irttrs Intel all tralusaPpccUt attention to trUe elll1 lien Ha C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a CM EAZLEY HAYSU- lTDERTAEEES DELIAS IN iurnlturc jtYntllnsRutt And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture lot all kinds of Stork Give them a call Trices right STANFORD KENTUCKY I hiretynotlrr POSTED lblpnbli that laud or U pwt laIuntihedtoITOSTpEnD- I hereby warn all persona tow ItMpsMlnion my faro for any P whale YatIANI KynltAr Krler I alto won all rfmsi front tr wnc on wy fiitu un Murk Creek for an i nr1ae whIrtiNIILI Qb Ky A S PRICE IDentist Stanford Ky OIlCoInr Uclloberta 11JR A DENTIST J T Stanford 1 IcytOfilce over Htgtlns A MrKlnncyi Stun Telephone o It GUN REPAIRING JourlUllPromptly and Skillful ly Repaired AL a tnocVrnte noel DAXVHLK vets Co Ill Third Kt Ianvlll Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your OratltnlIlcJxfrlnetKo Youean have your old whlclii mado new for very lltllotaooity J II flUEKIl i Slunfonl Kr ADAMS FISTULA CURE Mantifaclurt by J W Adiim ti fj1alal lkk Ky Is gusranterd sore rues laIIIlInll liIINlIlumberLlbet R i Id well Vaynaslxtrg l uim linn llrv tturoploaShhetlppriiIOro Otwr T ru nTlile J IL Vaahonk stout icyFIRST NATIONAL BANK UP STAKPUnb KY jlUlSio 109009 Gorplui 17653 TolslnitliuUenorijlBaUjMUbHahsJ sa the posltlankaslaafard s la ItW tarn rfOlt8 lsej si Ib National lull ofSUntorJ la ilea aaJajHi wrjanlied aa tbs Mm National hank of SlaofonIn IMIkai hal praetkally an inc for 41 years It la b tiff iupphY4 now witIt eilluefurtransactingbudoaaprompliyand I irallythan nr Ufotln Ita long and boooiab cartsr Account of InJlTUaUa flilavlarles sadladhldnaLaolldlNDtRaToal 77 FitIJUncolaCo JW llayden Slanfor S Thlirrl 8 It UMfhuaD fHIIocker TIlInl WI Waltsn o W A TrUU J 11CoRIerfJrabOrehd MJ MillerMLVrro M DhMinn1zikrdorneaai J S lls erg Prelt nit Ji J Maltakerta eIIIt Lincoln County National Bank Op1tal 8tocllrfloom- tII aoaudouiljr for M Year Solicits Your Bank Account oflnOucb edumaJbeueatlalaudpier lIilIUTUIIS J J Williams J erJNVn A Oarranter W II J 1UIUUllnlIU II UFFICka9tIS II Sbsuki Ircildrntil J Roelryaahler1h AwlCanbler iG+ 1cG fRY r JI UHDBBTAKBB 1 Manufacturcrand Dcalcarl- n3AEITE3S SADDLERY Ica Stanford Ky q