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SEMIWEEKLYVOL INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1901 3PM NO 72 MIDDLEBURG I 1 Rev GIlliam preached at the Obrl tlan church Saturday night and Sun dayThe quarterly meeting of the M E church was hold at Brunos Chapol Sunday Tho Uustonvlllo k Green River Val ley Co have lately put In new IlIItrumenteITho ladle prayer meeting and En worth League met at the Baptist and M E churches respectively Sunday evening Doth organizations are aI power for good and are prospering j John Tlniloy of IndlanapolU Is vi Ring relatlvei hero Mlmm Wilson Is visiting relatfvcs In Russell county Most of the boyi working down In Wayne came homo to vote Mrs Sarah Ellen Hamilton a highly a respected lady of the Mt Olive section died Sunday after a lingering Illness Deceased bad been a devoted member of the Christian church since early childhood Interment took place Monday after a beautiful funeral discourse by her pastor Rev Ullllam Miss Louise Humphrey and Mr S C Stevens of Lexington wore married at the Willard Hotel In Louisville I Thursday 7th Prof Bartholomew ofll elating The brldo belongs to one o the best known and most cultured tam ilies throughout thin section and Is a daughter of the lato David Humphrey who was one of the leading farmers and business men of this county The groom Mr Stevens formerly of Bcav er Dam but now of Lexington Is bus Incas manager of the Southern School Journal of Lexington one of the lead t Ing educational journals of the South and Is well and favorably known throughout this State A bridal tour of the West will be made during which Wichita Kansas will to visit ed Mr and Mrs Ambrose Uutrpurty accompanied the prospective couple to Louisville Heros hoping the coupler a long life of happiness and prosperity as a result of their venture on the often turbulent sea of matrimony The election just passed was one of the quietest over held In Mlddlcburg Only two or three drunken moo were scon In town during the day The re cult of the election was not at all sur- prisingI and In the whole Is most grati tying to tho democrats Tho supposi Lion that the democrats were backing Tarter the Independent republican candidate for county attorney Injured Jones candidacy for judge Mr Jones made a clean and honest light and Is as strong In defeat KS be could have posit bly been In victory Mr Taylors ma jorlty over Tarter Is over Moro democrats voted for Taylor than repub licans supported Tarter Cochran majority over Farris Is 318 T S Don son and U C MoWborter democratic nominees for justice of the peace constable respectively won by goo majority Mlddloburg precinct gave handsome democratic majorities all around With the election of Farrls a magistrate and constable a demo cratio State Legislature which means democratic suooessor to Deboo In the U S Senate the democrats have goo reason to be proud and they are no backward In showing It The writer only lost out on ono man In his first vote C C TO TUB PUBLIC Allow mo to any a fewjwords In prate of Chamberlains rough Remedy loan recommend it with the utmost confidence It bat done good work for mo and will do the same for other I bad a very sever a cough and cold and feared I would got pneumonia but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt hotter three boUies of it cured mycold and the pains RmIt S MOIers 04 Thirty aovgnth St Wheel Ing Va For sale by Craig k Hockor druggists A woman wouldnt be satisfied with out having an unnatural bump on her somewhere For a time the bustle auf ficed says an exchange The big sleeve with an unnatural bump on the shout derv came next but did not last long Tbo hump then moved from tbo shout to the cult Just now tbo fad Is to 11ider a shirt waist that looks as If a peck of apples might bavo been dump cd Into It In front A Huetonvlllo friend hands us tbo following parody on Mary and her lamb Mary had a little calf It was very loan That everywhere that Mary went It hardly could be soon Dut Mary got a pair of pads Which Bbo put within her hose And now the calf Is plainly seen Wherever Mary goes Out this out and take it to Oralg Hookers drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach Improve the appetite and regulate the bowelsj Regular she 23c per box 1ft r CAMlAIQK CHAHtMAN J 8 OWSLEV JR Who with his assistants Judge W M Myers of Hustonvllle and Mr W E Perkins of Crab Orchard did ex cellent work for a splendid cause Tues dayIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Central Universitys second team defeated the Lancaster 11 by the score of OtoO offa library The uo of the books costs only II a year W D Cochran who was defeated Tuesday for State Senator was badly bruised In a runaway In Casey The buggy was completed demolished Gen Olin Collier former adjutant general of the State end former sur sever of the port at Louisville was do heated for councilman at Lancaster Mrs Pbwbe King and mother Mrs Nanoy Hunloy wore given five years In the penitentiary by the Pulaskl clr cuit court for the murder of Mrs Epsy Sellers Frank Miller a Lexington boy who was attempting to boat his way to Chattanooga on a Cincinnati Southern railroad freight train was fatally In jured at High Bridge The case of Harry Bishop for killing James Davis at Somerset wits called In the circuit court there yesterday Dish op killed Davis when bo found him atI his Bishops homo talking to his wife Oeo Hooker Sam Burke Boyle El lis Robert Moberly and A Tribblo were elected trustees of Junction City D W C Armstrong was elected police judge and Sam Dawos marshal the lat ter defeating W W Ponn A car load of lumber to be used In building derricks for tho Reynolds Oil Company has arrived at Junction CityI The first well will be drilled on the lot owned by tbo Christian Lumber Corn piny Tho machinery has also arrived Tbo Doyle County Business Mens Association was organized at Daovlllo anddN Smith C P Cecil and Alex Hirsch were appointed a committee to draw up bylaws recentlyaof court to n life term In the peniten slippedtwhile another prisoner was being re moved Later bo rushed past tho guard who was waving the IUPp rand escaped Bloodhounds have been put on his trail A Card rrom A Defeated Candi date Permit mo to state through the col umnn of tbo INTERIOR JouitSAt that on the 24th day of Juno I received the democratic nomination for tho olllce of county judge of Casey and have made an active canvas and wont down in de teat I want to again express thanks to the convention for the honor and also to tbo people who were so kind and patient with mo while I presented my claims to them and to my friends both democrats and republicans who work ed so earnestly and faithfully for my election I will always kindly remem lboI them for the Interest they showed It Is said that defeat Is bard to ox pl8lnlbut I will say that In my case two things are forcibly Impressed on my mind namely let Thu convention nominated the wrong man That Is their fault 2d I failed to get enough votes to olect me That Is my fault I submissively bow to the will ot tbo M7 WJONES Mlddleburg Nov 7 IDOl A VIOLENT ATTACK OP CROUP CURED Lat winter an Infant child of mine had croup in a violent form says Elder John W Rogers a Christian evangelist of Fllley MoIII gavo her a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or oth er harmful subftinco and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For slo by Oralg Hooker Druggists The Interior Journal Wheneer I wish to get tho news Of all thats going on The IJ Is the ono I cbooae To give It good and strong Ive tried the dalllcsof the state And glen thorn all a test But this semiweekly I shall take It proves to bo the best Tho editor Is a democrat true From bead to foot outright And never falls to vote straight thro No matter whats the tight This Is an Item I would give At being a reason good For reading this and trying to live Dempcracy as wo should Ho puts his soul Into his work And labors night and day He seeks no means by which to shirk But works without delay For justice too he takes bis stand No prejudice displays Hut give to each throughout the land Their rights In all their ways Ho ever gives a hearty shako To ovary man be meets If any man his friend can make This loos the man ho seeks The faces too bo gives each week Of some most prominent men And this you know means no defeat But victory In the end Last week he gave the handsome face Of ono who lives In towneAnd In his Journal gave a place To write a sketch profound TIs true he gave the picture hair And a body not so stout But sure we see resemblance there Thats fine beyond a doubt Now who would fall to thus allow Tho publication rate For then you win a handsome brow And hair upon your patel A friend In need Is a friend indeed And If you want ono true Subscribe at once and you shall have The truest ijent to you Tbo above was written just after tbeI picture oLa wellknown West End IlonJ tleman appeared In this paper The writer is a pretty Casey county schoolteacher who was raised near Huston yUle NEWS NOTES Tbo wets won In Winchester The drys won at Fordville Ohio county by six votes Miss Helen Gould has presented all brary of 600 volumes to the Horse Cave graded acboolIFiremen risked contagion and rescued smallpox patients from a burning bos plial at Des Moines la Tho Knoedler block of buildings aLI Augusta this State burned to the ground Loss 125000 Goorgo Washington at his death was regarded the richest man In the world He had property estimated at 8500000 Thomas Meaux of Harrodsburg was struck on the head by Tom Augustus In a fight and died later from tbo effects Augustus is In jail Charles D Thompson supremo fK nance keeper of the Supreme Tent Knights of Macoabsos has contoeied that his accounts aro short 857000 Peter Mataoxko of Cleveland a Notro Dame student In a fright over an Injiiry sustained by a friend with whom ho had ben wrestling shot him self through the head and died instantly K S Wilson of Now London O while riding his bicycle overtook a man who said ho was Ill Wilson as elated him on his wheel and started to town When ho got there ho was shocked to find the man dead The supremo court of Georgia decid cd that a confidential talk between husband and wife overboard by a LhlrdI party may be used as evidence against ono charged with a crime The point was brought up by tho trial of Knight charged with murder In which a con fession to his wife Is thus Introduced The following dispatch from Lancas ter appeared In the Louisville Com mercial A bold attempt was made early this morning by unknown parties to force their way Into the county clerks otllco Their purpose was thwarted by John Duncan the clerk who was Inside and Informed thorn they would be shot If they entered Their Intention was It Is said to stoat the ballot boxes CHURCH MATTERS IPreacblnt at Mt Xenia noxt Sunday at3rtMr Q McKee of London made an Interesting talk on the Second Coming of Christ at the Preachers vlllo church Sunday Rev J W Hnglns subject Sunday morning Is In Christ 1 Where Is It 2 How Got Thorn 3 What Found There 4 How Stay There Evening Warming by Satan Fires Tho largest pumpkin ever robed In Doll county was by D B Logan It weighs 00 pounds and Is 71 inches In circumference r THOMAS 0 HALL Mr Ball Is a recent addition to dem ocratic ranks and Is the gentleman who received a most insulting anonymous letter a few days ago because be bad deserted the g o p The letter stated that Mr Ball would bo driven out of town and then oft of the earth but up to the present he has not been molest ed Mr Ball Is a big real estate own or conducts a grocery on Depot street and Is a straight forward business man For years bo has made It a practice to spend his Sundays with his aged moth er and every Sabbath morning ho can be seen walking out to her home some five or six miles In the country His devotion to his mother Is ono of his many goon traits and should cover up his faults if be has any From an Old Lincoln County Man In remitting for his paper to Jan loot Mr J H Watts of Harriman Tone writes aa hollows Perhaps some of my old friends would like to know something about the boomtown of Harrlman We have been llv Ing bore almost 10 years were hero fn boom and panic days but of late the town Is all business Everything In real estate has advanced from 100 to 300 per cent- Harrlman as you know Is now about 11 years old quite young yet and has a bright future Her manufacturing outlook Is good At present there are several factories In operation which I will name and give you as near as pot sible the number of hands employed and output 150 ton rolling mill running full time agricultural Implement plant 125 men hoe and tool plant 2400 finished hoes with handles and other tools forks c 100 men cotton mill 5000 spindles 75 men tannery consuming 50 cords of tan bark and turning out 400 finished hides every day 126 men two machine shops and foundries 40 men tack factory 25 men hub and spoko factory 25 men mantlo factory which turns out high grade mantles and ships to all parts of the world two planing mills 100 bbl flour mill 20ton lee plant four whole sale houses two banks with 50000 each and 8100000 on deposit two graded and ono private school ono univer sity with about 250 stndonta thirteen churches representing nil denomina tions and last but not least the oily owns u water and light plant which cost 8110000 and furnishes all the pure Adams alo the factories and resilient use which by the way is the strong est thing wo havo to drink In this good prohibition town and I wish there were many more such If any of my old Lincoln county friends come south by all means stop at happy Harrlman the latch string Is out They can come or depart in any direction as four railroads enter the town Harriman Is situated at the toot of Waldrons ridge on Emory river and Is built on Colonel Byrds farm Ho died several year ago but his wife still lives They became very wealthy through soiling town lots Yours J H WATTS MATRIMONIAL H R Ross aged 26 and Miss Lena Kolton 24 wore made ono by Judge James P Bailey yesterday- S N Davidson aged 75 and three times a widower and Mrs Tabltba Gaines and twice a widow were married at McKInney Wednesday Dr Woods Ogllvle a nephew of Mrs- J C Hays and woll known hero wa marriedat Princeton Wednesday even log at 830 to Miss Jimmie Lester o accomplished young lady of that place An announcement that will come a surprise to a wide circle of friends not only hero at home but over the State Is that of tho approaching mar rlago of Mr Harry Lancaster and Miss Allle S Hill The date of the wed ding has not as yet boon set but It will take place some time during the latter part of this month Miss Hill is a daughter of the late Clem Hill and ono of Lebanons most attractive and lova ble young women graced with both beauty and a charm of manner Leba non dispatch BetterThan Ever Wed be disappointed if we couldnt truthfully say each season that our Suits And Overcoats Are Better Than Ever Its a sign that were keeping in front new ideas and improving old ones ReceivingI New Clothing every day Will be glad to show you worth seeing IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSDH Danville l MINOR sI BUTTON For H J e TO MCLARYTHAT We have bargains and stylish clothing for dressersall ishedsimply CUMMINS the price you WHEN IYOU WANT 100 CENTS WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware ImplementsFOR 100 GO TO Higgins a KlcKinneil STANFORD KENTUCKY v re 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON t W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for ltallroad CoumlHtoncr for tb 2d Diitrkt ambled to the will of the demo ntl TilE Louisville Times glvea some reasons for the democratic landslide of Tuesday as follows Teddys coon lunch contributed to the result aa did Durblns disregard of the plain shall1 of the federal constitution and the should of tho unwritten law of common courtesy that prevails in the deal loge of gentlemen with gentlemen But at bottom In the middle and on top the result of yesterdays election In Kentucky la expressive of popular disgust over the maD per and matter of republican misuse of opportunity in the State Deboe for senator Taylor for a governor Powers for secretary of state Sapp for collector and assassination aa a means of deciding a legally contested r election No wonder the public spewed out of its mouth a political party that bore such fruit II THIS is what Gov McCreary says about the result All the counties iu this part of the state have given old time democratic majorities and Madison county has given over 500 majority the largest majority ever given for the democrats Five counties in the Eighth Congressional district have been re- deemedt and all the counties of this district except Rockcastle are democratic by good majorities Kentucky has given the old democratic majority of from thirty to forty thousand Harmony and union law and order are triumphant and the people have show that they have determined to have per petual democratic rule In Kentucky THE result of Tuesdays election allover Kentucky Is most gratifying to democrats The State has been thor oughly redeemed our Legislature and Senate both have good working democratic majorities while democratic offi cers are elected in three fourtbs of the counties in the State With all this is there any reason why democrats should not be happy Surely not and If a fellow wants to celebrate a little over tho success be should not be condemned sov long as he keeps within the bounds of reasonWE extend our band sympathy to our good friend and frequent contributor Mr M Dawson Hughes of Lancaster who was defeated for police judge Seems to us the good people of the hamlet of Lancaster have made a mistake in urnlcg down so good a man and well wager theyll regret it before the year is out- RICUARD CROKEK denies that he will retire from the leadership of Tam many Hall and says he has no Intention of going to Europe yet awhile It Is not Improbable however that Tam many will retire Croker who virtually lives in England and tries to run politics in America IT does our very soul good to see the Danville Advocate with a rooster in It It carries us back to days when that paper did valiant service for the good cause of democracy Keep the rooster handy Brer Woolfolk and let him crow whenever ba wants to HARRY of the Kentucky Press Association did the right thing when be put Louis Lan dram editor of the Central Record on the executive committee Louis is good enough to put anywhere Li BUNG CHANG Chinas foremost statesman is dead Tboae who met the illustrious pigtail when he was in the U S several years ago still re member his first question How much money you got- TUESDAY was a cold day for turn coats They were defeated wherever they ran The republicans will not give their best olllces to their new con verts again soon we opine- POLITICAL Nebraska and Ohio each gave In creased republican majorities Of all the 100 legislators elected not one Is a Brownie or a populist and but one lspn independent Virginias democratic majority is r 25000 and her Legislature is overwhelmingly democratic In Harlan county W R Bailey fu sion candidate for county judge was elected over J B Hurst republican MayorElect Grainger of Louisville is fortunate in receiving large majorl ties He received 6000 In the prl mary and 7000 In the final race Wayne county went democratic 17H W R Cress formerly of this county was elected judge over Sam C Hardln who went over to the enemy two years agoThe Johnson county democrats sue ceeded in electing their candidate for- county clerk He Is the first democratic official chosen in that county for 25 yearsLatest returns Indicate that Rev D S Edwards democrat has defeated John Feland for State Senator from Hopkins and Christian counties by nine votes Fayetto county republicans threatenI to contestSam Stone is tipped to succeed Collector Sapp Gov Beckbam will Jn a few days reply to the letter of Gov Durbin John H Waddle was elected police judge of Somerset over C B Porch republican 170 R O Hughes beat W B Porch republican for chief of police 228- Corrected returns show that the republicans elected a majority of tho council In the Ovrensboro oltv election The majority of Yewell over Pettlt for mayor is OftyuVe In Mill Springs precinct Wayne county the ballots and stubs were burned This precinct went 103 demo cratic If thrown out it will elect all the republican candidates Maryland went democratic In select ing members of the Legislature and this fact means the return of Arthur Pue Gorman to the United States Son ate after six years in retirement The oldest voter In the country is Philip Kiefer who walked to the pre elect In Dayton View 0 from his borne and cast a ballot for Gov Nash He will be 100 years old this week All records for off years were broken by the republicans In the Ohio elec tion In New Jersey the republican plurality Is 14705 In Pennsylvania the antiQuay faction reduced the reo publican plurality by 50 per cent yet lacked exceeding 50000 voteaof overcoming It On the face of the returns the demo crate will have sixtythree votes onI Joint ballot In the Maryland legislature as against fiftyeight for the republicans which would Insure the election of Arthur P Gorman to the federal senate But the republicans will bo able to organize the house and it Is freely predicted that after doing so they will unseat enough democrats to give them a majority on joint ballot AND THAT The sales of public lands In the fiscal year of 1001 aggregated 15502700 acres White loborers at Madison Ind stoned and drove away negro laborers sent across the river from Kentucky to take their places as rieght handlers Miss Bettle Arnold daughter of Ceo Arnold of Garrard and Mr Willis Ar nold of Mississippi will be married at the home of the brides aunt in Jelllcc Tenn Lpah and Lon Shelton sold to John Tanner 300 shocks of corn at 13 per barrel in the field also some fat hogs at 6o and some shotes t 5c Winches ter Sun The public sessions of the Scbley Court of Inquiry came to an end yesterday when Capt Lemly the Judge Advocate delivered the closing argument for the Government A shlpmentof a new issue of liD bill called the new Buffalo bill was re calved at the subtreasury Wednesday Vignettes of Clark and Lewis western explorers and a likeness of a buffalo appear on the obverse The western cattlemen claim that the contraction of the western public grazing laude will soon reduce the num ber of cattle to such an extent that beefsteak will be a luxury They will appeal to Congress to take action Kentucky and Tennessee underwrlt ers have elected these otllcera H H Rush president Frank Snyder vice president W C Nelson secretary ex ecutive committee A H McAfee E W Bentley J L Smith J W Pow ell J C Lucas S B Kennedy and C B RogersThe at the Baptist church closed Saturday afternoon with the baptism During the meeting 67 new members were received into the church 52 by profession of faith and 15 by let tel Rev E F Wright and Dr Mc Donald are to be congratulated on the fine showing Shelby News Thirty Federal convicts at the Leav enwortb Kan prison mutinied and twentysix are at large In tile rush to escape two guards were dangerously wounded one convict was killed and another wounded and ono guard suffer ed a broken leg The convicts were nearly all desperadoes from the Indian Territory CRAH ORCHARD A large number of telephone poles are being shipped from hero for various places The timely rain this week quenched the forest fires raging out in the Fall Lick and Dripping Springs vicinity S P Gray and family vacated the Dillon property and moved to MoKlnney J C McWbortcr has purchased the place and will take possession as soon as satI- sfactory arrangements can be made with the heirs Dr Robert Redd con tinues quite feeble M IBS Fannie Redd is visiting in Livingston J B Willis spent a few days this week with his many friends In Richmond Extensive preparations are being made for the fox bunt to be held here the 25th Inst The lovers of such sport a pleasant occasionIA LIDERAL OFFER The undersigned will give a free 6am pie of Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tablets to anyone wanting reliable rem edy for disorders of the stomach bilious ness or constipation This a new remedy and a good ono Craig A Hooker druggists Preacher performing marriage cere mooyliDo you take this woman to be your wedded Vlte1I eatlnIa divorce 1 Ladies Gloves 49c 175 pair Ladies Kid Gloves nil sizes and shades the kind you pay 150 for in other stores our special price is only 40c Ladies Capes 48c 500 sample Capes worth from 100 to 200 your choice of this entiro assortment at ISc Boys Reefer Coats 148 We have them in sizes from 3 to 16 years told theyre worth 350 our price 118 Underskirts25c 50c of Flannelette- Underskirtpatternsdark and light colors at only25e Ladies Waists 42c Ladies Flannelette Shirt Waists polka dot and solid colors we have about 125 left to close will sell at 42c Ladies Union Suits 25c Ladies 50cont Union Slits heavy and good quality in white and gray to close will sell at 25 cents Fur Scarfs 98c We have only 150 Fur Scarfs left they arc worth 2 each but for this great sale they go at 98e IN MEMORIAM These lines are written in loving memory of Mrs Sarah F Evans who died at her homo in Garrard county on the morning of Friday November 1 1001 aged 59 years On Saturday after appropriate services by Elder A R Moore at Goshen church In Lincoln county her remains followed by a largo concourse of sorrowing srlends and relatives were deposited In their last resting place in the cemetery near there Having early in life obeyed the gospel hers was a consistent Christian life and wo who mourn for her are fully assured that she is now enjoying the rest she so earnestly prayed for Though an invalid for long months she bore her sufferings uncomplaln ingly with patience and rare fortitude longing to be well again yet submit slve at last she expressed herself as not afraid to die because of the faith that pointed her to Gods promises and the life beyond Possessed of a sweet disposition It was her aim to make all around her happy Were any sick hers were the eyes that never slept the hands that never grew tired in ministering to their needs Her whole life was devoted to those she loved aud It is such a comfort to them now to know that during her long Illness she was tended by loving bands and that nothing was left undone that would in the least have relieved her pain Haying no children of her own yet she was passionately fond of them and those of her family will never forg thAunt Sarah and her life of loving ministra tions Her loss will be felt most by the loving husband for she was all In all to him her gentle presence is lost to him hero but In the clear morning of that other countryIn Paradise With the same fair face that wo bave known and cherished She shall arlsel Let us be patient we who moan with weepingSome vanished face The Lord has taken but to add more beautyAnd a diviner grace And we shall find once more beyond earths sorrows- Beyond these skies In the fair city of the sure foundation Those heavenly eyes With the same welcome shining thro their sweetness That met us here Eyes from whose beauty God has banished weeping And wiped away the tearODT Blankets 49c 101 Blankets 100 quality white or grey anylifany weather at lOc good Comforts hatting worth ti100 No Time as Good as Now lAnd no place good as here to buy you- rWINTEPGQoD s ttttt ttttt o Dont make the mistake of wait until the seasons nearly over to buy your winter goods Dont let the delusive idea keep you from getting what you want while you enjoying all the season Now you can what you Want later on take chances The Louisville Stores out to quit sale still continues Make no mistake look fo- rM r Louisville Store Wholesale and Itclnil Tho Cheap Stanford Salinger Bros Props School Shoes All solid leather school Shoes all sizes worth a pair for this sale at 49c Estray Steer A 2ycnrold black and white spotted steer came to my place Sunday Oct St The owner can got her by paying for this notice and her keep J V ADAMS Sweeney Ky + lllllllllllilllllt KEEP YOUR TEETH Its quite easy to keep them and to keep them sound sail white But to do so a llllla dally care Thorough brushing with a good brush and a little dentifrice will prevent d- ecaya clean tooth will not decay in a hundred years Tooth Brushes A tooth brush is a little thing but It pays to use a good one and it is well to buy them at the tight price We have a splendid stock of the best sorts of tooth brushes genuine tooth savers and wo make close prices on them Also carry a line of tho best dentifrices pastes k liqu- idsPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky lllfII + I + + + I t+Fi 11ti Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock rtoooc- oeeortoTheFarmerDaokA Comrn and under tama management outer lor 33 Yean Solioits Your Bank Account proJlmntuaI DIR tCTORSl PaztoDIJ80le Sr JN Menefee A W Carpenter Wll CummlDl J E Lynn SUBlunki J K Cub J B Owiltjr OFFICERS H8h nkjPrMldentiJ V M DrltLt Ant Cub Comforts 175 made of best quality calico and pure cotton in this sale 49c as ing bargain can and it great clos ing Store in 49c 5100 1lllllt requires Right powders Tnut Uoplngiucti 49c 50c Table LinenI 25c 25 pieces imported ta ble linen two colors anti white and da mask now 25c sf Mens Shirts 49c 25 dozen Mens Colored aud Plain AVhlto Shirts Inm lortworthI1 1 only 49c 1 Ladies VestsI15c Ladies 25c quality cotton Vests with taped neck as longas this lot lasts at only 15 cents Heavy Skirting 69c Extra heavy Skirting 56 inchcs wide worth 125 a yard special price only 09c Mens Underwear23c Mens heavy winter Under wear shirts or drawers 40c unlityreduccd to 23c Boys Suits 98c 200 quality Boys Suits ages a to 16 years live diller ent colors to select from only a few left at 03c Mens Suits 395 We have a few mens heavy Suits left rout value of those suits is 050 antiT0Q to close out at only 305 Mens Ulsters 298 ells Ulster Overcoats cx tra lonfwith storm collar at this great tale 29 See The Poi t If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to have SPECTACLES I f To see tho point it is neces spry to have correctly rfitted Spectacles To Spectaclesit Craig HockerWho readytoStyle and Fit of all Glasses they sell Prices Range From 50cts To 10 I Great Removal SaleDry lcJackels4plyLlneojFancyworth 1 25 to close at 60c at half price Ladles Cloaks worth 12 to 13UMens tleather winter ape latest style worth tI to close lit 49c Mena 60o Underwear while it lasts at 29c The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor tt For sale llollso and Lot on Main Ht Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Good Milt Cow Ac 6 GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist j coil For Wan Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnishland VarnishlStains jJT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOUD Kvt Nov 8 1001I TRY tho Judge Taft clear for a choice smoke at Peonys Drug Store prescription work la unsurpass 1OCR ua and be convinced Penny a 1 PERSONALS Miss WJLLVDAwsON Is back from Anchorage MB WALTER CURTIS caino up from Naibvllto to voter Mn II L Tiuni la now Mr J S Ricos aislstant at tho depot Mils II W DOCKER of Kansas City la visiting relatives bore Miss MATTIE EUCIN of Garrard was the guest of Mrs K P Moritz JUDQPJ M TILPOIID of Liberty was hero yesterday attending court MR M F ELKIN wont to Corbln yesterday to work up some Maccabcca MRS ADELIA WOODS attended tho district mlaslooary convention at Bur Rio MR R E LiTTLB of Richmond was hero yesterday en route to North Carolina MRS JH TCCKER left Wcdneeda- for St Joaoph Mo to make a visitEDWARD COOPER Is now amlllnir b hlntt tho counter of John Bright Jr Ca MR J D FOSTER and family havo moved Into their handsome now rest dance MRS SARAn EUIIANKS returned from Rochester III yesterday Iler son In law Mr C E Miller returned with her Miss ANNIB BKONAUOII of Cra Orchard Is the guest of Miss Tovls CarpenterMiss GIVENS of Bustonvlllp II IB tho guest of her sister Mrs Bcttlo McKinney Mils SCOTT FAKIUS qf Crab Or chard spent several days with her son r there Toter MRS W D Boor ltand Miss Belon flocker of Iluitonvlllcwere hero shop ping yesterday Miss Btrrrin DEDORD went up t Knox yesterday to visit her sister Mrs Dbldam Stuart MR A B BASTIN the Lancaster telephone magnate paid this ofllco a call Wednesday Mn A W STEWART who tbado a good race for sheriff of Rockcastlc was hero Wednesday I MESSRS B F HUDSON and J M Hlgglnbolhara of Lancaster wero In town Wednesday MR WILLIAM MARRS of till liar rodsburg Democrat force arrived this afternoon to help ua out of a hole E W NORRIS has accepted a poet tion with tbo Bluegrass grocery company at HI ploy Ohio Central Record MR W F ABHLKY and little daugh ter Marl of Rusbvlllo III spent say oral days with his parents at McKinney Tim Daughters of tho Confederacy will have a called meeting at 3 to mar row Saturday afternoon at Mrs J Ct flays JOSEPH PAYNE who la attending the Barrlman Tenn Normal College i spending a few days with his at Crab Orchard r MR E P CARPENTER of UURton- j vllle orders his paper sent to Bramen O T whero ho will look after his In tereata this winter MRS S E BROOKS and handsome daughter Miss Molllo Brooke leave Crab Orchard tomorrow to spend winter with Mr J W Brooks at Oe land Cal MR AND MRS JOHN DINWIDDIE Huslonville leavo next week for Bra men O TM to spend tho winter with their too John B Dlnwlddlo who la doing well In the hotel business there MRS J F HOUMM Misses Byrt James and Efllo Ewoll and Morris Perkins came down from Crab Orchard to sea Ralph Bingham Miss Ewcll tho coIuot of Mrs J W Guest and Is from LoulsvllloMiss BEAZLEY formerly of this place has our thanks for tho fol lowlojllnvltatlonIIYou are cordially invited to attend tho exorcised con netted with tho laying of tho corner stone of the now Morobcad norms school building under the auspices of 9the Christian Womans Board of Mis Tuesday Nov 12 11 A M nine I teen hundred and one Morchcad Ky LOCALS 1iWINTER Lap robes at J C Mc ClarylItDIG lot of outing listfa 5 to lOc t Severance fc Sons LAnGE assortment of presents a Embry EoglemansIt STILL talking It Underwear largo or small Severance Sons LOST pocketbook containing 15 or 10 Reward Leave at this omeoIt F M WARE the MoKlnnoy chant wants your eggs at 20o dozen MEAT cutters sausage Bluffers butcher knives sage and pepper John Bright Jr Co IF you want your farm posted drop i and leave u quarter It might eav- d dyou no end of trouble e M MEN and boys try our seamless shoes If you want service Severance Sons TILE democratic majority Is over 200 ovary race In our Tuesdays Issuo wo will give tho official count WE have plenty of all kinds of feed such as hay taro oats and sblpstuff Cheap for cash J U Baugbman Co DROP In when you metoCourtMon day and tell us somo news If you havo a little spare change you might bring that along with you 1p THE celebration of tho victory of Tuesday last to have been held by the democrats of Casey Boyle Garrard and Lincoln hero Tuesday night next has been called off IIA INn bought out William Hamilton stock of jewelry I will continue the business at his old stand Watch repairing a specialty I solicit a share of your patronage W U Mueller Tnt Daughters of the Confederacy will servo dinner on county court day ut 20 cents Tables will be set In tbo rooms under the law olllco of J W Alcorn All Bra asked to patronize the same pleasedysuccess financialapoint of vlow and the general apprc elation and pleasure as expressed by the audience FEW democrats any worked harder for tbo success of the ticket or aro deserving of more praise than Mr W S Burch tho youog attorney Democrats will not forget this gentle TbeybFRIENDS of G W ll Gentry of Lexington have presented him with an English hunting suit which he says ho will wear at the opening of tho Nation al Beagle Bound Association at Crab Orchard Springs on Nov 25 where thero will bo a threedays meeting of the club GROWING Commander GL Penny Inomeeting nights and have six moro for 100rnow ono Odd Follows who have tho largest membership In town WHOPPERS Mr Luther Under wood of tho Hubble section brought us four turnips yesterday that weighed 10 pounds which beat those by several pounds sent us by John Lanham Wo will give a three months subscription to this paper to the person who brings us four turnips larger than thoso men Honed above 64TH That splendid old democrat Mr George L Carter of the West End voted for bis 61th time Tuesday Bo was in to see us yesterday and told himymoro any In years The old gen tleman has a remarkable health record not having missed a meal on account o Illness for over 23 years VaoArstor Mills for year and made this county a most excellent citizen died at his homo In Barrodsburg Monday aged years Ho had been In falling health for sev oral years but two days before hla death was able to go about tho place Bo leaves a wife and four children housekv Dr J G Hunter and the Interment itook placo In Spring Hill Cemetery ANOTHER good family will move to Danville Mr O P Huffman has sold isle meat business horn to Booker Wilkinson of Liberty an experienced butcher and has bought of Fox k Me Dowell of Danville too Shears butcher shop Ho will give possession Nov 18 and tako charge of the Danville shop Doc Wo aro glad to gain Mr Wilk- Inson who is a brother to Mr Ed Wilkinson but are mighty sorry to logo Mr Huffman sad his good family FRANK CHANDLER who is serving 1on the jury at this term of court Is do lag so for his tires time although ho la 65 yenta old In fact bo has never been In Stanford whllo court was In session but four times before notwithstanding ho lives within eight miles of the courthouse Ho has never sued a man and has never boon sued has lived all of his Ufo In tho East End where ho resides now and was never In a print leg olllco until yesterday Ho hoe been reading this paper for a quarter oft a century however SOLD OUTMr William Hampton who has done well In tho jewelry bust nose horn hoe sold out lock stock and barrel to Mr W H Mueller pro pounced Miller of Peoria 111 and has given possession Mr Hamilton hAs made a good citizen during his stay manyerwife leave They will return to Can MuollerIsr 30 years of his life at the bench 14 bigwatob hoobecome a rich man EVERYTHING in rubbers at Sever ance fc Sons NEW broadcloths and Venetians Severance Sons Cummins McClary will give awayI tbo One 150 dinner set now In window Ono ticket with each 8100 cash purchase As this paper la being printed theI official count of the ballots Is being mado by the election commissioners Messrs J F Rlgnoy J M Alyorsoo and Sheriff S M Owens I WILL leave Stanford In about 10 days Please call and get your watch or jewelry left with me to be repaired Also kindly call and scttlo your ao count Wtlllum lIamlltonIt THE certificates of stock In the bay er Creek Oil Co Gco D Weathcrford president and J C Barker treasurer are as pretty as new 8100 bills Tho company has a capital tttouk of 30000 and the prospects for striking oil on its leases In Wayne county grow brighter dally lIoN M AUELE who has mado a number of speeches In this county for tbo cause of democracy was elected assessor of Kenton county Ex Mayor Rblnock whoso mother once lived in Lincoln was defeated for State Senator In the same county Mr Rblnock was a warm supporter of Gov McCreary A FAMILY AFFAIR We looked In on the court at Somerset the other day and found It decidedly a family affair Gael old Judge Morrow was presiding with his son Maj Sam sitting by his side and In the case on band his eon W A waa on one tide and hla sons Thomas and Edward on tho other It la therefore easy to see that the faml ly which Is a very gifted one was bound to catch em a comma or a gwlno no matter how the head of It i decided Harrodaburg DemocratI SUIT SINGLETON Is In receipt of the following letter Tbo Stato Informs me that he will be unable pay tbo school fund due the teachers Nov 0 This results from the fact that the State board of equalisation wa very late in completing Its work thl year thereby causing the sheriffs to be delayed in securing their tax books and consequently behind In the collec Lion of taxes Tbo treasurer hopes to bo able to pay another 20 per cent within 10 days or two weeks H V McChcsncy MR JAMBS K ASHLEY who was born in Casey but who has resided a Rushvllle III for the last30 odd years has located at McKlnney where ho Is manufacturing the Champion Egg Case and Box Machine The Rushylllo Times speaks of Mr Ashley In glowing terms and says that bo made that town a most excellent and valuable citizen Tho papers mention of him winds u as follows Tho people of McKnnne will find Mr Ashley a pleasant gentleman to do business with and always on the square operationf s o buslnelll of minor Importance ban boon disposed of Buena Vista Compton was sentenced to Ii yyara In the Houses of Reform He was charged with break Infrlnto the depot at Moroland Compton Is only 10 years old John Payne charged with cutting David Street at Crab Orchard was acquitted Arthur Harris caught a 125 ono and 10 days Imprisonment for carrying concealed weapons Stove Teater was fined ISO and costs for shooting at Put Gear John Anderson was given six years In tho penitentiary for housebreaking Tbo case of Alfred Bright for killing Sam Blakcmoro also colored was set for tho 14th day of tho term George Miller a Negro was given threo years in the penitentiary this morning for stealing hogs from Mr S T Harris Tho juries aro discharged until Monday A demurrer was overruled in tho case of Morris Fred ogolast W IL Traylor and the clue was sot for Nov 18 Mr Fred It will be remembered has brought suit against Mr Traylor for 810000 damages RALPH BINGHAM the noted mono lopuo entertainer was with ua Wcdnes day evening It Is said that It takes a good all around fellow to make a show by himself Ralph Bingham fills the bill His rendition of Crossing Lon don Bridge gave an excellent idea o his superior powers as a vocalist W e would have been willing to spend tho whole night with Ralphs violin pro vlded be stayed with it Almost anybody would be satisfied to be the ono tune man he mado Mr Johnson Having balled from the Old Dominion ourself wo recognized at onto the true old Virginia Negro dialect A foaling of homesickness crept over us for a sight of tho oU black tummies h SisterItellintg Inimitableewont seems as thoroughly amused as la his audience Many thanks aro due tho young ladles missionary society of the Presbyterian church for affording ua tho rare pleasure of ono wholeIsome amusement Bingham will come this way again ti r C OUR Pilgrim Coffee at J5o la as good as others sell at 20c Try It John Bright Jr Co HENRY team ran off uphisI HAVE family horao and buggy which I will dispose of at low fig urea as I am going away Rev J B Crouch As the polls atHighland Tuesday afternoon a rooster came up as close to the house where the voting way done as ho could and crowed half a dozen times The republicans can now see what be was crowing for MORE TURNIPS Squire James A budderar brought us In somo mighty big turnips this morning but they dont como up to those raised by Mr Luther Underwood Ono of them measured 10 Inches in circumference however MAJORITIES Uco T Farris ma jorlty in this county Is 235 M F North 240 James P Bailey 250 Geo B Cooper 2022 Harvey helm 1093 M S Baughman 218 W I Herrin 360 MO Reynolds 207 Garland Singleton 1800 W H Perkins 1070 Wm Skid moro 1002 James Carson of Crab Orchard got ono voto for county clerk Dr Steele Bailey one for judge S J Embry Sr one for sheriff John P Jones ono for jailer Mark Hardin one for assessor and Sam Guest colored ono for county attorney It will be readily seen that Mr Herrin beads the ticket LANDSTOCKCROPSETC W H Underwood bought of Mrs A P Pendlcton two fine calves for 835 M J Farris of Danville bought of JM Alvcrson a bay gelding for 8125 Bruce Bright purchased from Geo Simpson and others 600 barrels of corn at 83 deliveredNews- John Buster of Faulconer sold a young roadster to Mr Beard of Ma non for t3SO Advocate familypTho Winchester Sun says Joe L ofeon vested a good crop of wheat a few months ago Little Boy now holding tho worlds pacing record to a wagon was purchas ed by Steve Traube 01 Bourbon coun ty from his owner living In Owen county for 8125 and sold for 8350 There were 250 Battle on the Paris Falmouthtsold 10 800pound cattle at 31c Hlbler Bros sold 29 1100pound cattle to C Alexander Jr at 4 cents B F Led ford sold 23 800pound cattle at 365 R T Ford sold Ii 1000 pound cattle 844 35 cone and calves sold at 830 t 45 Eqa bay gelding for 8150 JOB T Pogo a bay gelding for 875 Coffey Bros sold to Wm hall a harness horse for SCO FD Wagoner sold to R T Tandy 13 head 000 pound cattle at 3o G W Flowers Son sold to Hudson L Pago 16 head of 1100 pound cattle at 375 Hayden Hard carp of Lebanon bought from W B Rowe 35 head of cattle 1100 pounds at 8340 from Smith Nell 30 bead 1000 pound cattle at 8330 also from same parties four mules at 8100 eacti Adalr News IThe Greek minister In Constantino nlo Is said to halo advised his govern ment that Turkey has accepted all the terms of France Maj Foxball A Dalngerfleld bought of G W Moore of Lexington the bay mare Imp Duchess Caroline for 3000 Sho produced Wrangling Duchess Scratcohon and Dlok Furber TURKEYS WANTED Will be open for buying good Turkey on Monday Nov and for tho ONt market poundMlplease get them lit J K CHRISTIAN Stanford Ky Steer Lost A palo red steer 134 yoan old or u short Syearold weighing about pounds long nude looking bead left Saturday Nov 2nd I bought him at the Good knIght 110 Information leading to hU recovery thankfully received t E Amon Rowland FARM FOR SALE I rTho J It Napter farm mllo from Hus tonYllloLlncoln county Ky 81 acres good grass and farming land Plenty of water creek well and neverfalling spring Ono third cash balance ono and two years JAS O REID Hustonvlllo Ky Farm For Sale IA farm ot acres 34 mile from Neal s Greek Church Lincoln County for sale Some timbered arid some land andIWM COOLEY Stanford Ky J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drucos Old Stand Depot St STflHFOflO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Balsas SpecIal Attention to Travel Ing t hone No xCJCJ Y +++++ + H M H ++ HeatingStovesGrates Coal Hods Water Elevators Pumps and Wire of Every Kind See our Elegant Line of Queensware John Bright Jr Co The Grgeelver Development COif Wm Hicks President L II Phcttrplace VicePresident W Si Foutz SecretaryTreasurer 8 P Gray Gen Managed Directors Wm Hicks L H Pettyplace WeS Foutz 8 PIGray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 10 Princeton Avo Bluefleld W Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value Tide company controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory in the Green River 011 Basin County Ky on line of the 0 8 R R Three wells have been drilled on adjoining lands and tOIL FOUND IN PRYING QUANTITIES One well being within 30 yards of this companys lends This company baa pur chased the latest patented rig and reel togetner with boiler and engine all new This machinery Is already on the ground and drilling has already begun 5500 shires of the stock are now offered at 40c a share for tho next 30 days only to be used only In the development of the property Application for stock can be made to the Secretary and Treasurer or to Dr Ed Alcorn IlusUnvillo Ky or 8 A Mid dleton Crab Orchard Ky Make all remittances payable to the order of the com pony S P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky fry SPECIAL GOOD THINGS TEIS 7TEEE Medium and full weight CLOAKS Novelties in Comona Flannels New st- yloFlannelettes soDig bargains in Rainy Day Skirtings A 1 surpise in a Black Satin Skirts Ladies Underwear at 25c garment best ever offered at the price We handle reliable goods only No shoddies in our store JOIN Pe JONES Stanfrodlf Childrens CloakstpaLL sw fF I I I id i F I I t We have given especial attention to collecting a good line of Cloaks for the little folks Long Cloaks for infants and children up to four years ol- dJackets tto 14 years in a variety of cloths and styles 1 to 0 in prig Come let us show you these pretty and stylish goods We will make so- meASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES During the month of November Givo us a call and sea what we have Severance Sons NEW Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods t Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fresh Goods and of the Beet Quality at tho Very Lowest Pikes Heavy Boots at manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE THE INTERIOR JOURNAL intend n the poet ofce at Stanford at tcondddfi matter IP1LbUaheclTue aQoyes FriQwwA- Te1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopaldSJSOO will be charred KNOXVillE DIVISION 21 Train going North illS a m III w 241 a c- K South 12 89 a m n i ti iiti 1l 2pm For allirolnts KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No II ArrrlTes at Stanford at 108 L x No24 Leaves Stanford at 210 AM No 21 Arrirea at Rowland it 1200 OAT So22 LMTOS Stanford at 230 P R A JONES DENTIST Stanford KYe Office over lgRins sitMcKlnnoysSlor Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop ACMonney e Xvrt Makcjnnd keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Brjn Chick en Feed c Prices very reasonable Cus tom grinding a specialty P V Kennedy Hlller NEW LIVERY STABLES w BtIlUtE k SIN Prod JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClan Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale FOX a LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Hones and Mutes constantly on band and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FKRM FOR SALE I Containing 193 acres two miles south of McKlnnny on MIddleburg 175 acres under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further information call on or address J S MOBLEY McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE farm of about 60 acres 24 miles from Hus tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpen ters Station pike also n good grist mill with good traction engine Will sell rea sonably Apply to JOHN DINW1DDIB 1m Hustonvllle Ky GREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I have located at Grab Orchard In Ceo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You always find bargains at my store I am selling seonnd hand Clothing to new also new Clothing and Gents Famishing Goods Fine Sttowi late Caps etc loping that you will not forget to pat ronize me promising you tale treatment I giro you a invitation to visit the Cincinnati Ilargaln Store Cell and see me when vou como to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris FrctVs Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices Unsold at the Exchange CINCINNATI JUROAIN STORE M KEIBEll Inon COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle cool and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle the best grades of Jelllcn coat T L SHELTON Rowland Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Capital stock 150000 SarplmJlOOOO- TaiiinstltuUenerlflnally established as Ilia De poiltBank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized si ths Uatlona Bank ofSUntord In 1865 andagali organized uthe Pint National Hank ol Stanford a lU2aai had practically an uninterrupted exit sacs for years It II better supplied now will r jscUUlesfor transacting buslneas promptly aDd erally than eTer before In Its long and honoiab mar Accounts of individuals fiduciaries tndhtdualssollcitedntaacroas Bild Lincoln Col JW Uaydtn Stanfot T Runs II S H Baufhmsn J UockerII TPHlllT- rPVraJlon II W o TrlbbllII 3 H ColUerCrab Orchd Jas Robinson Rabble X DElmor Stanford ontczas 8 HttktrFrMidtnt McEobsrti Caibler y Painting Repairing I am prepares to paint and repair buggy or wagon in flratclasii style Experienced wen to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle now for very little money J II GREER Stanford Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflcowMcBobertsITui Store In the Owiley E R DILLEHA DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Vitae lOre Do you know what it M If not It will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columna ol this pa per or addressing Timo SOIL Geologist Chicago Ill or NII BOGIE Agt Marksbury Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asapli Hotel Stanford Friday Nov only Eye examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD BY MORRIS FRED PnorairroR me on grinding If I do not satisfy you I will not ask to again Mr James Mllburn head miller for J II Baucbman Co for years is now with me Call at my mill for Flour Moai Bhipstuff Ohicfcon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the best me but bear lu mind alway thatFREDneed you- rFARM patronage MORRIS FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm of 317 ACRESThree and one Ilalf miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky 4 JG+ Jc W Y TODEBTAKEB EMBALMER And Dealear In HM TEES ADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJMDEBTASEBS DEAtlU 18 FurnlturelifatUngsRtig8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY NEWS NOTES Free turnpikes carried by over 200 In Spencer county- T Lee died from Injuries sustained IDa sawmill at Hlokman I Manufacturers of preserves formed a trust with 13500000 capital Capt William D Grant the wealth lest man in Atlanta Is dead Wm Reese need 84 of 21 children Is dead at VersaIllesI William Mulloy chief freight clerk n the L ds N ofllco at Louisville IS dead Sato blowers at Black Rock Ark secured 2000 In cash and 10000 North of pearlsA and houso near Owen boro were destroyed by a fire of myste rlous origin- J J Mlllen a fireman was run over and killed by his engine near Wolf Run this State Stato Auditor Gus G Coulter Is se riously Ill of muscular rheumatism at his homo In Frankfort Gen James Hagan a veteran of the Mexican war and an ofllcer In tho Con federate army Is dead at Mobile In a street duel with pistols at Mar lon lit Mann Bolman and Junior Meredith wero mortally woundeD Over 100 shota wore tired near tho Relnecko mines In Hopkins county Tuesday night but no one was wound edEdward Halblelb and wife died with in a week in Loulsvllloi His death was hastened by the shock of a fatal noel dent to her The Lyceum theatre In Atlanta was destroyed by fire A performance was going on when the tire broke out but a panic was averted John Armstrong Chanler tho di vorced husband of Amelle Rives has been adjudged sino by the Albemarle county Va court Miss Maude Johnson a pretty ste nographer committed suicide at In dianapolis by drowning In a cistern Sho had long been Ill Rolla and Arthur Ball claiming to live in Leo county Va are under arrest at Mlddteaboro charged with pass log counterfeit money Tho British Exchange Telegraph Company declares Andrew Carnegie was offered and declined a baronetcy before leaving Scotland Mr Myra Frees waa given a life sentence by a jury at ShelbyvllleInd for killing William Gray who the woman claims assaulted her Eight human bodies which were be log sent to Missouri for scclionwera seized In Chicago Tho bodies woro purchased from a medical college Dr H McDowell aged 72 Is dead at Cynthlana He was lieutenant colon el In the 2d Regiment of the famous Orphan Brigade during the civil war In a theater fire at Hurley Wit 10 persons wero killed ani four seriously Injured The same theater was burned In 1887 when 11 women lost their lives The annual report of the commis stoner of pensions shows that 84025 67731 was paid to 23700 pensioners from the Louisville agency during the last fiscal year- Admiral Schleya chief counsel Mr Rayner made a most effective presen tation of his clients case the perora Lion moving the admiral to tdars and the audlcnco to applause A domestic row at Mlddlosboro re suited in the serious cutting of Will Langlo It is not known who cut Lao gle as his wife and several of his sons and daughters wore fighting him Herburt A Pasho started sixteen years ago as the conductor of a horse car In Cambridge Mass Recently he was made general superintendent of the elevated service of tho L road in Belanger aged 55 residing near Wlnona Mich killed his wife and 8evcn ycar old child with an Be then wont In the collar and cut blown throat with a butcher knife The bodies of the wife and child were hor rlbjy mangled Belanger is supposed to have been temporarily Insane At Pine Grove Rowan county in a general fight George Hoggo and son Ray wore seriously shot and Charley Hoggo was killed John Shumate who did most of the shooting was seriously wounded At Pearcy precinct same county a tight occurred between David Jones and William Morris Jones was shot threo times and instantly killed Morris was sllghtlywounded A statue of Thomas Jefferson pro ented to the city of Louisville by I andI B Bernbcim leading citizens will be dedicated and unveiled tomor row Gov W O Bradley will bo ora tor and Mayor Weaver will accept the statue for the city It stands in front of the courthouse The statue Is of bronze nine feet high and rests on a baso representing tho Liberty Boll There are four figures at the top rep resenting Liberty Justice Equality and the Brotherhood of Man It was modeled In Rome by Sir Moses Ezekiel and cast In Berlin It cost 300000 There is more Catarrh In thus section of the ceuntr than all oUerdlttaMi put together and until last few years was supposed to be tn and doctonrronoucurIIand br constantly to cure with inch Idles unt It Incurable Sclencereat proven catarrh to be a constitutional dtwase has therefore nqulreaoonatltuUonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure F J Chene 4 Co Toledo 6bto II the only XIuIUutJonal cure on the market It U taken Intemall tin doui from drop to a teaspoonful It acts erectly on the blood and mucous surfaces ol the sys Ira The y offer one hundred dollars for any case t rails to cure end lor clrculan and testimonials Address KJCHENEVACOToUdoO Sold by drugzUti 75c Halls hills are the last IMUInformed Bliindtcta boarding house- Mrs B sharply This is not n boarding house sir Hem Must have the wrong num ber Jn you tell me where Mrs Slim diet lives I am Mrs Sllmdlct Indeed And you do not take boarders Certainly not This is a private boardinghouseThen I have been misinformed I should say so Being lonely I take a few guests at eight dollars a week Would you llko to look at tho roomsN Y Weekly Ioor Ilnbr I didnt quite like the way you fixed up my adtlald the Inventor of the hypifulo nursing bottle Whats the matter with IU naked the ad writer Its somewhat ambiguous You say When tho baby U through with the bottle it should be taken apart washed thoroughly with a hose and laid away In a cool place Philadel phia Tress Very Annoying I desjJse a person who whistles said Mr Illykins We have one in our office and he worries me almost to death Havent you an ear for music Of course I have Theres the difficulty Whenever I happen to be whIstling to myself be invariably drotivnsmeout1Vashtngton Faelal Irene You got a good seat In the crowded car by looking at a man till he got up and made vacancy for you It was splendidly done but I could never have done It I wish I had your cheek Improvementdear cago Tribune The Iloorst Truth Do you enjoy grand opera To tell you the honest truth an swered the Chicago man I dont If I want to hear a lot of people hollering eo that you cant understand a word they say I can get all I want of it right here on the board of trade Washington Star Its a War They nave So you finally proposed said his chumWell to tell the truth returned the thoughtful youth I really didnt know that I proposed but she ac cepted me so I guess that settles It I tell you this language of ours Is not to be used lightly Chicago Post niriU of a Fekther Some time after the new ahaplaln in a lunatic asylum had entered upon his duties one of the Inmates came up to him and said I like you better than the other one WhyBecause you are more like us answered the lunatic TitBits Evidently My daughter is in love with an im possible young man and Im taking her to Europe to cure her said Mrs SterlingworthTrying absent treatment ehrreplied Jtrs Wllberforce Detroit Free Tress Cause and Effect pledgelieAndto his eredlt be It said He never mlled again Chicago Dally Now sritivcjs OF coxmrcT e What does make Sernphlna such a rabid champion for the Boers Dont jou know She thought her fathers English friend was in love with her and he went back home without proposing Detroit Free Fresa A Itcnllced Desire The wish that I were Mabolo glove No more does round mo linger For that Is really what 1 am She twists me round her finger Judge Diplomatic Mrs Xuwed My husband has talked me out of having a new bonnet Miss Gabby How did he do It Mrs Nuwcd 116 says my hair is so pretty he hates to see it hidden by a hat Baltimore American A Conference Trof nrmenl object to this statement that 00 per cent of all marriages are unhappy Trof Cupid Cant soy Im sure I never bother about results Tuck lied Enough Theres a man with a history Well he cant sell it to me Ive bought enough things on the install ment planTown Topics The Cause Pa what made Love blind Oh some woman pulled the wool over his eyes I guess Chicago Times IIerald A Bkeptlo What is on heirloom pa Well Its all that oldfashioned jtwttlry your mother bought before I knew herChlcBgo Record Y44501u be r FREES FREE Dont fall lo ask for the Consumers and Merchants IfBENEFITCustomers take notice that for every cash purcbaf of ONE DOLLAR trout any Merchant whoso name appears m ihly all entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT Which they wilt accept for 6 cents on every CASH PUNCH A8B OF ONE DOLL tI tako special notice that the Merchants who belong to this Asso elation are the most wide awake and keep the best stocks o goods and their price are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINK PIUNTING Severance SonsDQ Goods Notions ShoestPennys Dnlg SloreDrugs and Chemicals Withers Furniture Co Furniture Carpets c Higgins tt McKinncyGroceries Hardware and Implements II J lcno crlsGouls Furnisher Miss Milliner- R E L ShnmsOoal Denier William Hamilton Jeweler J1 Ulan tt Co Lumber Lampsorder to make room fur hull lnini a we offer the ourIlag to close t II 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS CO of We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness 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