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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 1901 jP M NO 74 NEWS NOTESI Theo prliOBcre broke jail at Bar bollrvllleIBurglars made a 1100 rail on the Bharpsburg poitofllco ShawjJosbThe town of Thomas Vf Va IIAfie U raging In northern Now York T A Slaughter aged 80 fall from hit stable putt at Mayfleld and was killed Twentyflve men wero badly Injured by a mlno explosion near Pocahontas 1VaThe par capita money In circulation In the United State III estimated at 12861 1IA company with 1600000 capital will develop oil field In Henderson county Edward N Wilborn of Cincinnati propoioi to go around tbo world In an Automobile L J Glrouard government rogU trar In tbo Klondike was shot and killed by a minor The Arbuoklca and Howoll Son d Co have reduced all grades of refined sugar ten point Prof Gordon of Drown University claims to have extracted light from an overripe beefsteak George Fuller aged 15 of Fayette was rendered blind by the premature discharge of a gun Tbo Brazilian Congress has favored American Hour at the expense of the Argentine product The increase In the Li N earnings P for the present fiscal year haa passed the million dollar mark A little son of X Collins died at Car lisle from eating canned corn Several 0other members of the family are II- IAdjl Goo Murray thinks troops should bo returned to tho mines In Hop kin county whore trouble continues 4GrauvUlo floes of Nelson county was blown from tbo roof of his barn during a high wind and Instantly kill cd Alter six years absence John Arnett has returned to his wife and children at PInevllle They thought ho wee dead Mite Stone the captive missionary Is In town of Caret Macedonia and leald to bo In danger of losing her George W Trlgg a wellknown temperance advocate and former presi dent of the Missouri Press Association Is deadW Vivian a prominent farmer of Montgomery county was terribly man glcd by a train while driving over a crossing A mob at Virginia Nob after plao log a rope around a Negro neck end pulling him up several times permitted him to go- Forest Ore are causing much dam ago In the vicinity of Red Dud and Alto Paul III Poplar Bluff Mo and Sedg wick Ark- Uutorlan MaoLny promises to revlto his history accusing Schloy of cowardice If tho court of Inquiry exonerates e the admiral Fire which destroyed Powers the atre at Grand Rapid Mich caused tho loss of ono life The property was worth 100000 A check for 110000000 will bo hand cd John D Rockefeller as his Standard Oil dividend for this year at the annual meeting In December t The boiler In the Sturgis flouring mill exploded yesterday wrecking par t ot the building fatally Injuring the engineer and hurting sine other em ployo Tho Tenncsico Board of Pharmacy 1bae started a crusade against adultera ted drug and Indictments bavo already boon returned against several Nash yule druggists Ellla Deckard and Ed Goldworthy wore discharged at Hopklnivlllo o the charge of being Implicated In the killing of Deputy Sheriff Coffee Three other milD aro on trial In the case Plorpont Morgan new Northwca- f railroad trust Incorporated in fjNew Jersey under the title of th 0 Securities Company with 400000000 capital The flllng foe t amounted to 80000 Instead of announcing his Intention to retire as had been rumored Josep Jefferson In a speech to a Washington audience declared bo had no Idea t leaving tbo stage so long as ho was greeted by such assemblages A VIOLENT ATTACK OF CROU- CURED winter an Infant child of min In a violent form says Elder 1taut Rogers a Christian evangelist Mo I gave her a few dose Cough Remedy and In a short time all danger was put and the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as tho first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful suhttnnco and may bo give as confidently to a baby as an adult For aria by Craig sit Rocker DruggistsI wit RUBBLE J J Walker bought L C Kings crop of fodder at 16o T 0 Hnnkln bought tome nice 800 pound steer of L P Weaver at lIe Sin Mary E Jones of Jamestown Is visiting her sister Mr B Dunbar Elder A It Mooro will nil his pulpit the Christian church Sunday after noon Mrs C C Sink of Lexington Is vieicing her father A C Carman Jae Ross has just returned from a trip to GeorgetownL will start for Now Mex leo In a few days to spend the winter L G It will bo cheaper on you to marry I than to go there every winter Eggs aro worth 1010 per dozen on this market now and old roosters are higher than over an many have died since the election from throat trouble Now that the election Is over lot everyone elected make a good officer and It will be no trouble to do thorn up again since we have learned the lick It Is done by J W Sutton has bought the Cy Doty farm In Garrard near Bottle store at t10 per aero 100 acres Wo hate to give Mr Sutton up as ho le a splendid t citizen l Churchill Yeagcr Is having a mule pbroadfarm next year and wo aro all glad to have him with us again C E Miller shipped 540 cattle to Illinois Wednesday which ho bought hero a tow weeks ago at from 31 to 4c Corn seems to bo current at 1260 to 13t delivered according to q lallty Matrimony Is lu the air so strong hero that you can almost taste It We are to have four weddings as soon as things can bo arranged I will not tell on any of them till after maturity LANDSTOCKCROPSETCt W P Grimes sold 70 035 pound cat tie at 31c W Eo Amon bought of S A Ballard Live yearling steer at 120 David Duddcrar sold to Morrie Fred 830 bushels of wheat at SOc Sales of old corn at I4 per barrel are reported from Fayotte couDLyCJ J Allen bought of S M Brown 60 barrels of corn at the heap at 8250 FOR SALT 75 good 1000 pound IopI pars for sate Goo T Wood lIubbloI Dan R changed hands at Muncie Ind for 15000 Two years ago he sold for ICO St Maxim by Imp St Dlalsc dam Dlllah sold at the Lexington sales for 12425 Mite Mao Dolling died at Parksvlllo and Elder Joseph Dallou of this place preached her funeral FOR SALE25 long yearling canleI average about 1000 pounds for sale B G Cover Hustonville St- D W Irvine told his farm of 225 acres four miles from Richmond on tbo Lexington pike at 1100 an acre A H Mathony sold to S Morgan n bunch of hogs at 4 to 4o G W Spangler void him tome as tbo latter prlcoITho largest horse In the world was sent In the Union Stock Yards la Chi sago last week by George M Tcgard of El Paso III The animal Is a coal black Shlro gelding six years old standing 211 hands and is well propor cloned Ilo weighs In good condition upward of 3000 pounds Walter Terhuno bought a car load of yearling mules Wednesday at an aver ago of e5O They wore shipped to York Pa J T Huguoly sold Mrs Yandell 117 eaves of land at 850 The land ilea partly In Mercer and Doyle Walter Terhuno and Jake Drown pur chased 13 yearling mules of W T Robinson for 8850 two from Judgo Hughes at 8100 and seven from John Spoonamore for 350 Harrodsburg Democrat IThere Is No Uso Trying to force people Into believing that wo know everything Making a great big fuss over every small occurrence Giving free rein to the temper over little affronts Carrying personal opposition to a point that severe of persecution Taking tlmo to nurso woes which could bo remedied by vigorous work justfI on by self neglect apPPicking flaws In the doings and say olnRe of others to exhibit our own learn log Going homo with a scowl on the faco because of a small disappointment In business Philadelphia Bulletin Out this out and take it to Craig lockers drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets t6abeet physio They cleanse and aptr eie 23c per box h MATRIMONIAL Dudley Wesley and Slice Urania Dartlo wore married at Liberty Thomas Plummcr aged 22 and Miss Martha Grlllln 16 were married at Mrs Della Hastys yesterday A Cripple wedding two double weddings and two single weddings took place in Henderson county Tuesday Elmer Montgomtery committed sui at Lagansport lod while dress lag for his marriage with Edyth Thomas Walter D Hedler of Patterson N Jlcukll divorce because his wife per elate In sleeping with her pot snake lo ought to secure one U seems to us Warren Allen countyattorncvelect of Mercer and a splendid young moo will on Nov 27 wed Miss Janle Graham Vlnson a popular and pretty CatletU burg lady James Felly and Mrs P R Napier each 87 were married In Knox county They were sweethearts In childhood but both married some years ago dad two of their children married each otherW C Myera and Miss Emma Gann wore united In wedlocks holy bonds his week Tbo clever groom waited a ong time for a wife but friends who know the bride well say he Is amply re aid for tbo time lost Wo congratu the bachelor on his luck Wo are authorized to announce the engagement of Miss Roberta Lewis Cash to Rev Joe Willis Hagln Sites Cash Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John F Cash one of tbo most proml and wealthy families In the county Besides poisesilng a band some and attractive personality Miss Cash Is cultured and accomplished having had advantage of the best edu cational Institutions this country afford She Is very popular soil Is a charming young lady Mr Hagln la bright young pastor of the Chris clan church hero and II one of the e t young men to bo found anywhere Ho Is a son of Mr and Mrs Samuel J Qagln of Sboby county and during his sojourn In this county has made le glees of friends He has recently been celled to tho pastorate of the Christian church for another year end the call was a most flattering one thero being no dissenting voice Tbo marriage occur Dec 18 and Rev M A Hart of Yale University who was a college mate of Mr Hagln will perform the ceremony WRAYBALEMr Homer C Wray manager of the Stanford Telephone Co at this place and Miss Suewlllle Halo daughter of Mrs Woodle Hole of East Main Street drove to Danvlllo Tuesday afternoon and in the parlors of the Clemens House wero pronounced husband and wife by Rev Dr Sumrcll They wero accompanied by Miss Nettle Wruy and Mr Jack Rout who stood with them while the ceremony was boo log said An elegant supper just the kind that Capt and Mrs Thomas Richards know so well bow to prepare was enjoyed and the happy pair drove back bomo and are now pleaaantl domiciled at the St Asaph Hotel The bride Is ono of Stanfords brightest and most popular young ladles She comes from an excellent family end Is hersol a most elegant young woman Mr Wray Is a steady Industrious young man full of energy and push and has legions of friends who congratulate him on his fortunate winning The two have been sweethearts for years and bavo been as devoted as it la possl ble for people to booWe join thus friends in wishing them a happy an prosperous voyage on the journey just begun and hope they will learn to love each other oven more than they do now Crab Orchard Dr and Mr Sam Scott of Somerset spent a few days this week with friends hereMr Dave Smith who recently lost his house by Ore Is now rebuilding some distanceIn front of tbo old ruins Farmers In this vicinity are busy gathering corn and findmoit of It of In ferior quality It Is selling at 83 per barrel with prospect of higher prices Everything bespeaks a grand time during the coming fox hunt on the 25th lost A few aro taking advantage of the cool weather and are killing hogs Boscoo Perkins Is on a visit to friends- at Dee Lick Our merchants and druggists aro having their windows beautifully paint cd and our town seems to be putting on city airs The store windows are ao only beautified but tho shelves and counters are freighted with a nice lino morobant1willwho call Mrs ME Fish and daughter Miss Allle returned Monday from a pro traded stay with Mrs Dr Blank In Nashville After a delightful visit to friends acd relatives hero Miss EffioI Ewell returned Tuesday to her homo In J D the genial and obliging proprietor of Crab Or chard Springs a visit to Danyllle this week Httstonvillo Miss Pearl Roso la visiting relatives In Harrodsburg Tbo farmers are busy gathering corn and quite a good deal is changing hands at 275 to 13 Tbo teachers Institute will meet hero tomorrow 10th at the Presbyte clan church All teachers are requested to be present by 10 oclock Miss Edna Camnltz has charge of the postofllco during the Illness of her father aud Miss Dot at tho ex change Judge Felix B Twldwell left for Cincinnati Tuesday for a few days S B Caldwell Jr who has been visiting the family of Mr Saml Reid and winding up the affairs of the late James Napier returned to his homo In Paducah Monday He rented the farm above town to J W Carson Ex Coroner and allround hustler Willie Doe Drye has charge of Mr W L Evans store while Mr Evans accompanied by Ray Wharton of Mltchellsburg are enjoying a vacation at Plumb Point Jesse Routt Is assist lag him The question is going the rounds why Mr G Cloyd Johnston of tbo McKln Dev section spends so much of his time In our city While wo are not sufficiently posted to give correct infer maLIan we will assure same by calling the pcmofllco this week Miss Nancyo Arnold who has been at tbo Hotel Weatherforil left TUes- day to visit the family of W H Mur phy near Turnervllle to the sorrow of qulto a number of young gentlemen here She made many friends and we regret very much to have her leave A very painful accident befell our clever townsman George D Weather ford early Tuesday morning between this place and Moruland The horse bo was driving bad not the patience 10I walt until George could load his buggy with coal enough to last him tbo wiDI to which be was fortunate enough to find on the roadside and made a break when George gathered up the reins waa dragged some distance and as a conse quence received some very severe cuts bruises and scratches Little damage was done to the vehicle Misses Bettlo and M S Logan of Latoola aro guests of relatives and Friends here Miss Julia Btagg of Liberty is With Miss Anna Reid Mr and Sire C J Solvers of Louisville aro with Dr and Mrs J C Barker Slice Mary C Carpenter la visiting friends in Parse Miss Victoria Bishop has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Charles Ware of Danville Mrs MJ Adams of Danvlllo la with her daughter Mrs D J Newburn Miss Nonah Brown continues ill MUs Georgia Newburn spent several days with relatives in Danville Mrs Dr Evans of Danville Is tho guest of her son W L Evans Mrs James Frye and Miss Lena Edrlngton have return ed from a visit to relatives In Brad fordsvUle H B locker and A B Robertson of Danville wero here Sunday George D Weatherford re turned from Cincinnati and Latonla Sunday CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joa Ballou will preach at Cof toys schoolhouse Snnday morning at 11 oclock Rev Henry Bowman aged 05 and for 77 years a Methodist preacher Is dead at Bloomington III Rev Spencer meeting at the Cen hasrconfessionsdRev Youug of Lexington has accepted a call to preach two Sun days In each month at Montlcello Tbo meeting at the Hopklnavillo Baptist church conducted by Dr Broughton of Atlanta closed with 30 confessions Rev J W Hagln will by request preach again on Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth at the Christian church Sunday morning The laying of the cornerstone of the new college building of the Morehead Normal School took place Wednesday under Impressive ceremonies This school will be remembered Is sue talned by the C W B M of Ken tucky Undo Joe Hopper the famous evangelist whOso reputation Is almost continent wide as a pulpit speaker and revivalist is meeting with success In his meetings at tbo Maxwell Presbyte oburch IIo la one of the most lovable of moo and his enthusiasm for the cause In which bo has enlisted tho imtla an Impressive speaker a strong thinker and a man of unusual resource and power His work in Lexington has borne rich fruit and his lolluenc- on the unconverted will abldeLex Ington Leader Many people aro suffering fearfully from Indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of HKRBINE would bring about a prompt and permanent cure A few doses will do more for a weak stom ach than a prolonged course of any other medicine Price 60 cents Pennys Drug- Store t ofio o B = HH= jJI Cheaper Than t Doctors BillsA- rc If warm Clothes If you have not provided ityourself with a heavy Suit Overcoat Underwear Shoes yon arc liable to have one to payIii 3vhave all these things in various styles and r prices and can suit any one Come in and let 1t4us save a doctor bill for you J IT PAYS TOSTRADE AT THE BEmh1 Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfiedrw mILLER HIHSGH DanviII B PL = Y = Q v tIr t i e fll IICtOM 6 r a7 a wi J KFt e 7 e tb f1 rig 0 c etc Suspenders Ii 41 pi all 4 The Harris p 12 Suspender E fitjcovered by a Guarantee aa The Straps tho Button Holes the Ends the Buckles T iLaak = To last as long as the ribbon and should they fan to do so we will 9 4ccheerfully give another pair of suspenders Prices 25 and tl6- 0c7t Same guarantee covers all prices Sold eeyffJj HJ Mc twtsyae dr X45 A Qe pt y Jr p twt1oIti LA f lbow f Ifft fJ i rt o J t ANSWERS To Cummins McClarys Penny Contest 1 Part of a river Mouth 2 An animal Hare A girls do lltflBeau4 Part of a hill A u Brow 5 A weapon of offense Arrow 0 A necessity for a teacherPupil7 What wo all like Letters 8 AfruitT Date 0 A punishment Stripes 10 A metal Copper 11 A weapon of defense Shield 12 What our ancestors fought for Liberty 13 What fowls have Feathers 14 A sign of victory Laurels 15 One of the five senses Cent 16 Part of a whip Lash 17 A proposItionc Of 18 Part of a door ytiLockin A flower Tulip 20 What a book agent must have Cheek Miss Kate Alcorn of Stanford is the k winner WHENiYOU WANT 100 CENTS t WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im EtcaFOR flOO CO TO Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL EC WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Aallrotd Oomiuloloner for the Id OUtrlct subleet to the will of the draocrie TUE way Gov Beckbam warmed the jacket of Indianas perjured goveroor ID response to his ungentlemanly false and cowardly attack on Kentucky In general and Judge Caotrlll In partlcu lar sent with his refusal to honor a requisition for Taylor and Flnloy Is a caution and must make him squirm be has any feelings pr conscience left Gov Beokhatn charges him with viola tang his oath of falsifying the record In tho Powers case and accuses him ofbe lop a party after the fact to tho most Infamous crime In the history of Ken tuoky each of which charges Is sum clout to make a man of courage demand satisfaction and reparation for Durbin says ho has been appealed to by democratic editors and others not to give up the almost self confeesed assi sine but that la evidently a lie or as t GOT Beckham Intimates they fear a further Investigation might Implicate them In the crime Gov Beckba demonstrates In his letter that he Is a pretty good band wltb a pen and all good Kentuckians will thank him for the castigation he gave the creature who Is hardly worthy of that much con ilderatlon Durbin says he will not an 1ewer the letter Of course he will not theres nothing for him to say In short Gov Beckhami letter Is simply I unanswerable THE appointment ot Mr J A Craft as Collector In the Louisville district to succeed the redoubtable Sapp suits ud all right If the republicans can stand It A few years ago Mr Craft was tbe hottest democrat In our knowledge In fact the sight of a republican almost made him sick But things hay changed Mr Craft has changed and now ho Is to receive one ot the best plums the republican president has In his gift The appointment was secure by Congressman Borelng who bas again proven that he Is the biggest republican In the State It was indeed a victory for Mr Borelng from the eleventh Congressional district to namu a Collector In the fifth and cspe daily eo when there was so much opposition to Mr Craft because of hi short sojourn in republican ranks The mountain Congressman is somewhat of 1ahorse In politics and generally get what ho goes after- DELEOATrs to the Kentucky Federation I of Labor convention at Lexington are In a stew of Indignation over Col Brecklnrldgea address of welcome He stated he favored combinations of labor and combinations of capital that both have a right to combine but hr condemned recent strikes and took oc casion to observe that he did not believe a national federation of labor would ever be possible because of va l rled and conflicting business Interests of various sections A number of dele gates left the ball and made all kinds of threateeTUB Glasgow Times mattes this per tinent suggestion As Roosevelt hai begun the assimilation of the races how would It do to have a now deal all the way around Nominate Roosevelt and Washington on the next National l ticket and let tbo National colors be black and white The republicans In this neck of the woods would waltz right up and vote for them or anybody t or thing else that should happen to get under the log cabin t NEWS comes from Williamsburg that Jailer W B Bennett and Sheriff J L Sutton have both resigned since tbeI election There must be a mistake somewhere vVhltleya county officer are invariably republican and whoever heard of a republican giving up anI office THE Ratbbarn mystery is still the talk in Louisville and the little cities that surround her As a bungling bad man Ratbburn la entitled to the blueI tie but a hempen one Is what he needs and what be la likely to get WHILE Capt S F Rock of the Richmond Register Is doing some civ il engineering for the L S A Mr Thomas H Pickets who Is spoken as a moat competent newspaper man Is u holding down that paper f III AM responsible for Crafts appointment r says sleepyheaded Deboe Those who know though say Hon r Vincent Borelng Is the man who did t the work POLL Lloyd W Osbourne United States consul general at Apia Samoa Is deadJesse M Risk has been appointed t postmaster at Union City Madison county s President Roosevelt has been elected vice president of the Long Island Bible SocietyGeo W Llobertb of Newport succeeds Collector Commlogoro of the Covlngton district r Postmaster General Smith will ask l for an appropriation of 16000000 for rural true delivery next year t Judge Henry Clay McDowell Ireat grandson of Henry Clay was appointed Federal judge for tho Western district of Virginia The next Legislature will be composed of 09 democrats and 30 republics which will give the democrats CO on joint ballot There la no such a thing known by the poatoHlco department as a postm tress Even where ladles hold an of flee they are known as postmasters Senators Pettus and Morgan are the oldest members of the United Stltes Senate The former Is 80 and the lat tel 77 Bailey of Texas who la ooly 33 Is the youngest The olllclal count in Hopkins countyI glvcaJRev D 3 Edwards Candida for Senator 440 majority electing bll11 by four votes over John Feland wbo had 415 majority in Christian county It Is stated that It will require the official count to determine the fate of Alabamas now constitution Both sidell are claiming the victory but the ratl- catlonlsta seem to have tho best of tbe argument The Waltons have scan the political salvation of their homo counties of Lincoln and Mercerand not by stand Ing still either but going forward and fighting the devil with flreSome- rS Journal Geo B Royalty has been appointed postmaster at Bobon Mercer count Dewitt O Burke at Bradfordavlll Marlon county Henry Moore at Dt lutb Madison county and Abraham Holt at Hoopolo Anderson county When asked If he would answer Go Beckbama letter Durbin Indiana perjured Governor epUedIINo I shall not The Incident so far as I am concerned IB closed forever As far B9 the letter Itself Is concerned the mora people who read It the better satisQc I will be Chief Justice Paynter ot the court of appeals has set aside a mandamus o Circuit Judge Parker ot Lexington compelling the election commissioner to count 300 ballots stamped under tbe party devices ot the republicans and Claude Chlnn The oillco of magistrate alone was affected A Danville special says It now develops that In the recent election only one vote was stet In the 2d ward In tbls city for councilmen This Is pcrhaj the only instance on record where In a popular election two candidates received but one vote each and yet were elected Hubert McGoodwIn Is credit ed with having cast the vote and aU by himself election two members of the board of council IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Forest fires around Junction City did considerable damage Giles Carroll was held without ban for killing Leo Smith at Williamsburg J Hal Grimes was elected mayor and D T Corn city attorney of Harrods burg The Knights of Maccabees of June Ion City will give an oyster supper on the 22d of November The Pulaski county grand jury ad- Journed after a two weeks session It returned 100 true bills two being for murder Mrs James M Llllard aged t3 years died at Harrodaburg and one hour later her husband who was 12 years her senior also expired In a drunken fight In Clinton county James Johnson was beaten to death wlth clubs and rocks by Sam Shipley am Grace John Henry and Bob Mil ler Hiram McCurry under Indictment for the murder of Joe Manning at Mid lesboro escaped jail and took to the lountalns He was captured 12 hours laterIThe trial of Ed and Toll Garrard andI Dan Woods and John Lucas for murder of D T Holland In Clay counI tV was to have beta called at Munches yesterdayDrs Jack Agnew were acquitted of shooting with Intent to kill at Harrodsburg Louis Leave theI otber participant waived examination and was held to circuit court In the sum of 1600- Clinton county bears the distinction of having the oldest living person the State Mrs Elizabeth ParraclnI wbo lives two miles north of 10i years and 10 months old She has lived In three centuries and under eV- ecry President of the United States The candidates for city officers ofI tnvllle selected by tbe democrats of the new board of council are For Mayor J B Fisher Police Judge C R McDowell City Attornoy Henry Jackson Chief ot Police G T Holm City Clerk F N Lee Assessor S II- Fox Night Policemen Thomas Cox- and James A Yeager THIS AND THATIJohn H Rowland Is dead of Brlghts disease In Jessamine Col Henry Mapleson the noted op eratle manager Is dead Buford Casey and Frank West were- bitten by a mad dog at Perryvllle O C Hiatt and Miss Eliza Barnes were married at Mt Vernon yesterday Much damage was done by earth quake shocks in Southern and Southwestern Utah J G Metcalfe has been appointed rzeneral manager of the Evansville d Terro Haute road Joseph D Keith was hanged In tho Indiana State prison at Michigan City early this morning for the murder of Nora Kifer Representative Babcock has declared In favor of a reduction in tbo tarllYI leclally on articles of tho kind man ufactured by the steel trust Newell O Ratbburn charged with tbe murder of Chas Goodman in JefI eonvllle broke down and cried when confronted by friends from Little Rock Ark The Kentucky Federation of Labor concluded Its sessions In Lexington andIadjourDed to meet next year In cab The resignation of the Losing ton Typographical Union was tabled Ladies Gloves 49c 175 pair Ladies Kiel Gloves all sizes and shades the king you pay 150 for in other stores our special price is only 19c Ladies Capes 48c 500 sample Capes worth from 100 to ij200 your choice of this entire assort ment at 48c Boys Reefer Coats 148 We have them in sizes from 3 to 16 years and theyre worth 350 our price 118 Underskirts25c 50c quality of Flannelette Underskirt patternsdark and light colors at only 25c Ladies Waists 42c Ladies Flannelette Shirt Waists polka dot and solid colors we have about 125 left to close will sell at 12c Ladies Union Suits 25c Ladies 50cent Union Suits 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 are worth 2 each but for this great sale they go at 98c ADDITIONAL LOCAL A TWO YEAIt OLD daughter of John Klrkpatrlck died the first of the week SNOV flakes of snow fall between 1 and 2 oclock this afternoon GO to J J new butch shop and get some of his choicest meat at the lowest prices 2t THE house of William R Cook near Lancaster was entirely consumed by fire The lose Including the contents is about 84000 with no Insurance THE case against Cashier R G Hall the defunct Somerset Banking Co called In the Federal court at Richmond was continued until the April termHARltoDStttrnaLouie Leavens bouso at Harrodsburned burned last night together with L H Sallco livery stable Lcavells loss 8700 and Sauces 2000- DAUO1IERTY John C Daugherty aged about 60 died in tho Hales Well section last night after a long illness will be burled In the Campbell ground this afternoon lit unmarried MARIUED AT ST ABAPH Josso Arnold one of Lancasters cleverest liverymen and Miss Bottle of the same were married at the St Asaph Hotel last night by Rev W E Arnold We extend congratulations to the happy pair KILLEDA fouryear old son of Brag McCoun met with a fearful death at Shakertown Wednes Tbo little fellow went after wood in companywith his brother and a col boy driving an oxcart The wheels ran over a log and tilted the cart over and it fell on the child crush logite bead into a shapeless mass Harrodsburg Democrat PINK COTTAGE FARM For Sale At Auction lIning purchased property in Danville nd to move to that city I sell Ilnk Cottage Farm at public nuc ion Wednesday Novombor 27o Farm Is located ono mile rota Stanton on the Hustonvlllo pike and s ono of the best farms In Lincoln county- It contains 231 acres all of which aro In a high state of cultivation At present feces are In wheat 30 In meadow SI In rasa and 80 acres will bo ready for corn text spring At tho same time nod place be flue bead of work mules a lot It choice horses several milch cows 30 head f short yearlings lot of twoyear old cat Jo 300 bales 000 bales of straw 800 hocks ot fodder 200 barrels of corn and all arming implements Salo will begin at 10 A Terms on inn onethird cash balance one two and Ihree years with 0 per cent Interest 10- lelllol1 will bo given Doc 1001 T D ngllsh auctioneerJ Stanford Ky Blankets 49c 104 Blankets 100 quality white or groy o enough for any bcd warm enough for any weather at 49e Comforts 49c No Time as Good as Now And no place good as here to buy you- rWINTIEflGOODS Dont make the mistake of waiting until the seasons nearly over to buy our winter Dont let the delusive bargain idea keep you from getting what you want while you and enjoying it all the season Now you can you want later on take chances The Louisville Stores great clos ing out to quit sale still continues Make no mistake look Ii Louisville Store Wholesale Kctail The Cheap Store in Stanford Salinger Bros Props School Shoes 49c Allsolid leather school Shoes all sisscsworth 100 n pair for this sale at 40e Roan Mare Lost A roan mare about 7 years old and In Rood condition left my dace a tow day ago Advise LKOK K1M1IEUUN Danvillo House For Rent House and about acre lot on Danville Ave Stanford for rent llouso contains tout rooms and kitchen front and back porches Good garden and outbuildings J D nitVAN Stanford Ky Small Farm Wanted The owner of a small farm of 50 or acres of good land around Stanford or In the West End will likely find a outer by applying at or writing to this ofllce at once Buyer wants to pay cash term oust bo convenient to pike or good road TURKEYS WANTED coatlnne to buy Turkeys for the ThankuRtvlnf market S cents all the market justifies paying Those wanting to soil please rush them In J K OIIUI9TIAN Stanford Ky BlueGrass Nurseries FALl 1901 Fruit and Ornamental trees Crape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and CTcrythlog for Orchard Lawn and sell at right to tho planter and have no Agents General catalogue on appllcaUou- to II F HILLKNMEYEU- Both Telephones Lexington Ky POSTED The following persons their lands posted and they will pun Iii to the full ex tent of tho law any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise trespassing on them W H Iloono O D lloon- oJI1O A Pleasant 01 Newland II F Newlund W n 0 L Crow E I J E Bruce Goo D Hopper II Bauguman R 0 locker J 8 Mocker A B Kroaddus Mrs J M White J W Huuehmnn J W Adams 6 T Hams W IV Tate Joseph Halloa J M Adams J 0 DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Ioulsvlllo will bo at 0 Asnpli HotclStniifortI Thursday December 18 One day only Eyes examined and glosses scientifically adjusted Of ice hours 0 a m to p m 175 good Comforts made of best quality calico lull pure cotton batting worth 100 in this sale 19c as wtat can for alt Will have wood St 50c Table Linen 25c 25 pieces imported ta ble linen two colors and white and damask now 25C U Mens Shirts 49cr25 dozen pals Colored and Plain Wliito Shirts laundered anti unlaundered worth 1 to close hi this sale atIonyJeI I15cLadies 25c quality cotton Vests with taped ueclc as long as this lot lasts at only 15 cents I4 Heavy Skirting 69cIExtra heavy Skirting 50 inclius wide worth 125 1r e0 yard special price only ODe Mens Underwear23c Mens heavy winter Under war shirts or drawers tOe quality reduced to 23o Boys Suits y 98c 5200 quality Boys SuitsIgas 3 to 16 years five di Her at colors to select from only a few left at i8c 395lVc lace a low mens heavy 14a Suits loll real value of these suits is 050 and 700 to lose out at only 8J5 r pf Mens Ulsters 298 fens Ulster Overcoats cx- tm long with storm collar worth 500 at this great lie 2t4 See The Poilt I If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to have t SPECTACLES 7 To see tho point it is neces spry to have correctlyrfitted Spectacles To gitCraig HockerWho readytoStyle and Fit of all Glass es they selllPrices Range From 50cts To 10 t Great Removal SaletDry UlanketiCapcsJackets 4plyLinenat 4e three for lQfo Mens tubber COllars worth 260 to close at lUens nj Fancy Sox to close at Oc Woolen Blankets worth 12 to close at 08c 104 lilankcts worth tl 25 to close at 60c Comforts at half price Ladles Cloaks worth 12 to Il3rMensloather winter Cape latent style worth II to close at 4Jc Men e 60c Underwear while It lasts at 2Hc The Racket Store Stanford l Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring ITftgoo Lumber Good Milk Cow do GO TO W B McRobertsU DrurristO 7 For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint V darnlsL iL r IDANVI LE KY Phipps Atchisons LadJeI U 395 Tho reason wo can do this is that we secured about tiftof their sample hats at a very low price about half price Mlle WHOLKSALE prices of these were G to 850 and vc offer choice for 395 It is an opportunity to se cure a very exclusive and uptodato walking hat for less than price of ordinary hats Wo will also oliver all on l Mitts at very low prices to close out our stock before IIoth ng Christmas goods TAILOR SUITS 4the kind that hold their shape and give satiHfaotion Prices t from 15 to J5 and everyone is good value aril fits and has stylo Al needed alterations are made by u first rcluss tailor at our expense f TAILOR SUITSCHEAP We have culled from our line about 40 suits which wo oiler at 575 875 and 098 which have beet 1250 to 2500 each Wl ilo those are not tho very latest they are all good staple styles which will not look out While we have nIl sizes the most are in 30 and 38 measure 1h skirts alone are worth more than the price of tho suit LONG CLOAKS J 1 s 4 27inch Coats from 500 up in Black Tan Bltt tt Red and Drown In tho 12inch Coats we ore showing many as 20 distinct styles in Black and Light Tan Long Tan Coats are very scarce and very few stores will show you moro than two or three Fulllength garments in Black Tan and Oxfords from 15 up ryFURSt iiJOcoohn weather has made the floiiyr Jar line of short lulu long scarfs is large and tic think wo could please you Wo know wo could save you somo money Our prices range from 100 for a good imt Soul Scarf up to 2500 for the finest Sable and Marten Long real Sable l Fox lions for 750 CORDUROYS The demands for this goods is on tho increase and ware e prepared for it Wo pile n good grade in all colors from white to black for 50c Velvet Cords usually sot at 100 a yard we sell for 75c Wo alone in Danville sell tho genuine Vclutina Velvets and Cords Name is stamped on tho back of every yard If you want the bes look for this stump UNDERWEAR SPECIALS4 25c Childrens Full Fleeced Gray Union Suits made Lwith full gusset in scat 60c Ladies Genuine Union Suits i 125 Ladies Natural Wool Oneita Union Suits 50c Ladies Gray Wool Vests and Pants 25c Ladies Vests and Pants well made full sizes 25c Ladies Knit fleeced Gray Short Skirts i 4t s- P l- fflE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 15 10011 eeTtivchoice smoke at Peonys Drug Store OCK prescription work IB unsurpass PeonysDrug=PERSONALS JOHN M HALE Is hero from Kansas City W W WITHERS was In Louisville this week MRS ALICE LLOYD visited friends at Junction Olty Mus JOHN A UIGCIINH was the guest of Mrs W O IllcRlns Miss JULIA STAGO of Liberty was the guest of Mrs S P StaRtf EDGAR S AutRiaiiT of Mt Vernon passed through today to Nashville MRS COL T P HILL Is still alive but her doctors say she cant leaf long JOHN CHRISMAN the sexton has moved Into the house near too ceme tory OUR correspondent Mr Jas Maret has bens appointed city clerk of Mt VernonMR SIALDlNO of Lebanon was here today at the bedside of Mrs Col T p am Miss KATE ALCORN won In the Cummins It McClary guessing contest See their ad FRANK BAUNETT Is tussling In John P Jones while the latter gentleman Is enjoying a hush thett Is seriously of scarlet fever PAT Wiuii and James Cowden o Liberty were hero yesterday to see Dr It A Jones MIL W C ELLIOTT of Cincinnati Is here to hunt with bis brothcrln law Mr John P Jones nON D G COLSOX of Mlddlesboro hero Wednesday to see a clleu 1who Is In jail hero CllttoForgeMrs Col T P Hill CovlngtonD D Gregory who is MR JOHV W ROUT now travels orDavllBrelnlogMR AND MRS c V TUCKER of1 Taylorsvlllo arrived this afternoon to visit Mr nod Mrs E H Bcazley THOMAS D NEWLAND JR has been sick since Monday and Geo H Farris hoe had to do double duty In the store Cincinnatie l Fintel left for her home Wednesday PRO M O WINFREV will atten the teachers association Ip Shoib county tomorrow He lion the pr gram for a talk MRS ED NEVIUS and children la ForepOdltlontberei several aloIIhground with much torte MR J N GREEN who bought the Jacob Dauth place near Ewell for yesterdayformerly He MR O P BORDERS representing the great medicine house of H E Bucklen Co was hero this week tracting for advertising space In th paper MR RICHARD MARRS ot the Bar rodsburg Democrat force who helped us out during a rush proved himself to veryI1neWE thought John Rlffo would finally rot book to Uustonvlllo After a two years sojourn In Lancaster bo baa rooted property in his old home town and will move to it soon MR JAMES MARET of Mt Vernon TolephonoAS800latloo on his report of the meeting hold at Owcnsboro The Mt Vernon Signal printed It and tho job Is a most credit able one MR J B PAXTON was to hove re speeded to the toast Kentucky at the banquet given by the Richmond lbar to Judge A M J Cochran and Federal court officials Wed Des day evening but ho was detained at home by a severe cold LOCALStSEE our now dress skirts Severance Sons WINTER Lap robes at J C Mc Clarys SEWING machines at cost Withers Furniture Co BARREL of countrysorghum GoodI Hlggins fc McKtnney WE have plenty ofkinds of fee such as bay corn oats and shlpstuff Cheap for cash J H Baughman Co TilE Dearest thing your heart your undershirt The best place to buy it Is at Cummins McClarys That is no dream either TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Ti teachers of this and adjoining countt will be hero tn full force SaturdayDec 14 when an all day and evening session will be hold by tbom very Ukolv at Walton Opera House Prof M Ot Winfrey is the prime mover In the en terprise and ho tolls us that some dis tinguished educators will bo present Including State Superintendent Mo Cbcsney Dr Wm C Roberts of Con tral University President B F Cab ell of Potter College Bowling Green Prof Raymond of Borea John C Willis of Kentucky University and others HILL onions and bill onion sets at Hlggins McKlnneys SEE our now sand get first choice Withers Furniture Co ATTRACTIVE patterns in waist flan ls just In Severance Sons FOR But good as pONCheap Apply at this office county sheriff weighs 365 pounds He Is almost as largo as Sheriffelect M 8 Baugbman A FaUn vEAtt otD daughter of J W Lunsford who lives on Mr W P Tales place died Wednesday night of scarlet lover after a short Illness JEFF BELDEN has bought out his partner E C Montgomery in ho butcher business and will run the goal ness alone andrtoday every lover of the sport who could tot a dog and gun is hunting quail which are plentiful TilE RiverDeveloping Co is still boring for oil near Jumbo A donth of nearly 1000 feet has been receded and the prospects for oil grow brighter each foot I WILL leave Stanford In about 10 days Please call and got your watch or jewelry left with me to bo repaired Also kindly call and settle your ac count William Hamilton BLACK CAKEIsaveyou both trouble and money by making your Thanksgiving or Christmas black cake Como In and let me talk to you about It Leave orders now John H Molar fAuosa THE BREAKERS The members of the Among tho Breakers Co are practicing each evening and are already about In readiness for their en tertalnraent at Waltons Opera House on Thanksgiving evening TAXBS Your taxes are past duo and If they are not paid by Dec 1 I will bo propertyf takingeonce demoofc our In the recent campaign said an East End gentleman to us tbo other day Who did wo unintentionally fall to give credit for good work we asked James F Holdam the shrewdest pol itician and cleverest moo In the county It was the reply PINK COTTAGE FARM AT AUCTION thisasplendidftThcrearetgwbettertarmelrp the county and a good price should bo realized A lot of stock fend farming Implements will also be sold THE lire laddies did good work Wednesday when they pulled tbo reel and ladder wagons to William Everett house on Whllloy avenue and saved It Mr Everetts loss Is about 850 Mrs W H King of Palmyra Ill owns the damagedtoerance and Lawrence VauAr dale are entitled to a blue ribbon snag for their good work at the fire 5 NEW CONSOLIDATED STORE I have just finished moving my stock to that purchased from W W Saunders Co and now hays the largest and most uptodate grocery house in Central Kentucky Everything nice and fresh with bedrock prices I also give Na tlonal Rebate Stamps and deliver all goods Come sad lookno trouble to show goods Remember the place 110 Main street between Cummins Me Clarya and Louisville Store Thank log you for past favors I am yours for bargains J W PERRIN CIRCUIT COURT The case of J H Roach against the Western Union Tel egraph Co for 2000 damages on trial when wo went to press Tuesday after noon resulted In a verdict for defend ant Roach claimed that an important telegram was not delivered as promptly as It should havo been The putt of Mrs Annie Engloman soaret m gy by one of the companys trains was compromised by the plaintiff recelvfng 82250 and her costs againstdverdict of one cent and costs sirThe judge in the Dawson will case Instructed the jury to tied against the evidencesBUtliclent to sustain it aDd that the pro could not testify because they had introduced other evidence before testifying themselves A new trial has been asked for on the ground that interestaRoutt against Mrs Moreland which was neatest Over a board bill Tho grand adjourned Wcdnes daystteraooneftorroturaleg331ndiety moats most of which were for mUde moaners such as selling whisky lllegal ly disturbing religious worship otc Alfred Bright was Indicted for the murder of Sam Blakemoro and John Tankersley for breaking Into property owned by the Keeley and stealing a lot of salts q HOG KILLING TIME +01 I I II J I I II III II JI +Jo We have Meat Cutters Sausage Stuffers Butcher Knives c StovesShelfSalt Cement c John Bright Jr Co TIle Grit River Development Co Wm Hicki President L II riiettTplace VlcePreeldeotj WB Fontz SecretaryTreasurer 8 P Gray Gen Manager Directors Wm Hicks L II Iettyplsco W S 8 P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Homo office 17 and 19 Frinceton Ave Bluefleld WVa Branch office McKinney Kentucky r Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value 1IonlJaalodrilled on adjoining lands and OIL POUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES purrchasedThis machinery already on the ground and drilling has alreadr begun 5500 beusedMiddletonpany S P GRAY General Manager McKlnnoy Ky Attention Ladies e We have just opened up another big lot of LADIES KID GLOVES In beautiful shades of Castor Grey Brown Tan Fawn anti also Black and White all neatly embroidered and we wish to repeat that they are undoubtedly The best 150 and 175 Gloves ever offered to the trade In our three years experience we have never hatla cus tomer tell us they could buy so good a glove elsewhere for the money If you arc not already acquainted with them come in and let us show them All gloves nicely fitted by experienced hands JOIN P JONES stailM rNEVER FoRHave we shown better values Cloaks Dress Goods Underwear inIHosiery Blankets jShoes c than now We add new goods to our already large stock every day and you may come to us with confi dence for your fall and winter needs Everything marked at th- eUSUAL LOW CASH PRICES Ii Come while the weather is good and we will send you home with more goods for a dollar than ever bought bef- oreSeverance IIyou Sons 1 tJEfi i3 r I NEW Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fresh Ocod and of the Best Quality at the Very Lowest Tricot Heavy Boots at manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE USTONVILLE i LT A i THE JNTRKIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford as toondclcui mailer l a pb11ahedrUsY8 AnclFT 81 PER YEAR CASH acv When not soDaldffiZOO will fcechsrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going NorthMMM 1168 s m 26II IIMM 2 a m 21II SouthM M12 S9 am II 52pm For all Point e KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2S ArrrlTttat Stanford at 108 No 21 Leaves Stanford at 210 AM No21 Arrlrenstltowlandst 1200 OAT No 23 Lena Stanford at 2SO r X ReA JONES DENTIST 1 Stanford i Kye Office over McKinnoyVS Telephone No 41 Pl Kinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKiuuey X Makeand keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal Shlpstutr Bran Ohlck en Feed c Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a specialty D V Iennedy Miner NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W BtTlutE A Smlrors JUNCTION CITY KV S FlratOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Ratea Special Attention to Traveling Men and Uay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK none and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H C RUPLEY Tailorr Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal FARM FOR SHL9 Odntalnlng 183 acres two miles south of McKinney on Mlddleburg ITS acres under fence and 165 acres cleared lias todwellings with necessary outbuildings to i both and well watered Can bo sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a who For further Information call on or addresS J S MORLEY McKInney Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of about 00 acre 2Ji miles from Hn tonrllle on Moreland Station and Carpenter Station pike alto a good grist mill with good traction engine sell ren to DINW1UDIK IraIlustonville Iy GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH- I have located at Grab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am soiling second hand equal to new r also now Clothing and Gents Furnlsblu Goods Fine Shoes Hats Cap etc Moping that you will not forget to pat fair treatment I thCincinnatiwhen you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI 11MIOAIN STORE M REISER PROR COAL I nave decided to remain at Rowland thl winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handl coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle tho best grades of coal T L 8UELTON Rowland Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CiplUlStoek 150000 Suplu 110000 This institution originally established u the De poaltBook of Stanford in ISM then reorganized u I thNsUonsf DInk of Stanlord In 1865 sndsgali eorfiatod sa the Pint National Rank ot Stanton inlM2fahadpractically uninterrupted exlat Pot for el yaws It Is better supplied tow wi- ttrlaoiltleafortratacUnghouses promptly and rsllytbsnTer before la Its long and honoisb scar Accounts ot lndlddnsiadnclsHe- adlndlrldalswllclted 1DIAICOSIBldLlncoIDCo1 JW llayden SUnfoi ward II BH Btnghmsn J a uorI Tf Hill WF Walton II W A TribUeII JUCoUltrCnb Orchd Ju toblnwa Hubble Js DKlmoreBlsnforl OrlcIss B Hot kerPrtIIloIlllt McBoUm Cubltr Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair buggy carriage or wagon In dnt class style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle new for very little money J II OKEKIt Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OaiceovetlcllobertsDrug Stora in ths Owal Farm For Sale A farm of acres l5 mllo from NealI Creek Churcb Lincoln County for sale Some timbered and some land house and outbuildIngs and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Rruces Old Stand Depot St STRNPORfl KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonabl Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Ihono No 68 Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every lung first class Portei meet all trains SO ERDILLEHAY DANVILLEXY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices VitaeDo it isf Knot it will you to learn which you can do by- atching the future columns of this paper or addressing TPEO NOIL Gcolo gist Chicago Il or N H Booze Agt arksbury Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANFOBD ST MORRIS FRED PiiormrroR ifdoTry me on grinding not satisfy you I will not ask you to again Ibnrn head miller tae J II Bauehman k 00 for years Is now with me Call at my mill to- rFlour Ideal Ehipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit Ihare of your patronage promising to gle- you the best Dont me- but boar In mind alway that I need your tronage MORRIS KURD Pror J+ G+ McGLMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd SABNESS SADDLEBY C Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJNDEETAZEBS DK1LKU IS FurnlturelIaUiiig8Rug8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY gists11IDDLEDURG lealt morn haa of wlll ii C McFar D VIII lonl Detroit quite arc de the the re Tbero 101 to 0 p tbe wblch of Mr were The but ad Tbe bo ODe I beol In tbe lOll man Ibould onco a makel or wltbal therell dls TAD dall itchiog on 60c 10 Dlug Lona bodies bavloA 011 DA writ Dank loner by an use lui Wm the a woe worm t annot Store way and t dldn1 band with and health being for of the and In sod dGiles Ifalll curs dote on They to 0 FREE 5 FREE unit Merchant Doui fall to ask for the Consumers BENEFIT SCRIPT ciuh purchase of ONE DOLLAU from any- Customers take notice that for every Merchant whoso namo appears in this ado ontUloa you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT OF ONE DOL Which they will for cents on every CASH PUKCIUSK LAR And take special notice that the Merchants who belong to this Asso elation arc tho most whle awake and keep the best stocks gwds and their prlees are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINK PIuNTINOc Severance Sons DO Goods Notions Shoes and CltcinfcalePennys Drug SloroDrugs ito Withers Fumiluro CoI Carpets Groceries and Implements Furnisher II J lloUobcrlsGC11la Milliner Miss R E L Sinlnl3CoI11 Denier William Hamilton LtllllborfJ A Allen CaSEiIfIJJr1 followJs 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS A CO htxe We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards w H Farming Implements Harness c e Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oftts Hay Rye c nt highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford Get Rich Other have done so why cant you Deposit your money with the tTilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT COs OF LEXINGTON KY llliero it will besafe and Increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent 44 t + I 444ubher 13th- SA1e When you buy anything in rubbe goods It pays to get the kind with rub ber in It Many makers of rubber goods are pliant to the demand for cheapness and hence the market is flooded with in ferior goods that hardly resemble rubber Quality counts in this line and we an careful to buy ot makers who hue e reputation for turning out high grade goods only You can have confidence in the rubber goods we offer no matter how low the price Is Bulb Syringe Fountain Syringes Hot Water Bottles- Combination Fountain Syrlnaea and Hot Water Bottles Et- cPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky + 444444444441 42444 +44444 + 1t4 J ildFARM ll The J K Napier farm 1 mile from hue toolIIe Lincoln county SI acres good i grass and farming land Ilenty of watercreek well and nover spring One third cash yearsJASKy Lincoln County National Bank r= t Capital BlockII00Oi it aandsously I for 3S Years Sofioits Your Bank I AooountlHoping such d tIu 0JJN Menefa P A W W ii Lummluar s J E NSJF Cub ti J u 6wiley- OFHCEOSt t tr B Shanks Presldeat T J ii OwsW tMublalt J