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J if tt 0 F y SEMIi f W ta v INTERIOR J JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1901 3 P M NO 75 NEWS NOTES I t smallpox Brcathltt coball 40 teens of Gov Bradley lost a tDO diamond ring In Louisville Eight prisoners escaped from the Georgetown jail Yale defeated Princeton 12 to 0 at football Saturday- A cotton warehouse at Albany Ga burned causing a 1123000 loss Rt mond Burgos aged 60 hung himself In a barn la Scott county b There was killing frost in northern and central Texas Saturday night Shelby county citizens aro making an effort to secure rural mall delivery Forty children had a narrow escape from death In a burning school at Lud klow Hutchinson ono of the facet of tbe Yale dormitories was destroyed by fire Byron Ullllard of Louisville was accidentally shot whtlo hunting near OwcosboroJames Jeffries disposed of Gus Ruhlln in five rounds of a prize fight In San Francisco Mary Mark who killed her baby was sentenced at Wlcblta Kas to 20 years Imprisonment a A Kunz and wife aged over 70 yeas each committed suicide by aphyxl alton at Union Hill N J Tbo 10 year old son of J IL PattllO a Christian county farmer tell from a wagon and his neck was broken President Roosevelts Thanksgiving proclamation was cabled to Manila to bo published In the Philippine Islands Since tbo last oil well hat come In at Glasgow operations on an extensive scale have been planned and Interest Is highLeases and well on a I50acro farm ti in West Virginia sold for 1176000 There were 15 producing wells on the tractTho town of Milan Kas was raided by aafoblowor The safe of tbe Milan State Bank resisted the efforts of the robbers At a dance near Irvine Luther Brown who was trying to quell a die turbance was shot In the back and instantly killed At Vernon III two Wile children of Charles Bass were burned to death Mrs Bass was fatally burned In at tempting to rescue the children Two Immense structures used during the Cotton States Exposition at Atlanta as the Transportation and Electrical buildings wore destroyed by flro Fifty bolomen and several armed insurgents attacked Company E of the Ninth Infantry near Taragnan In the Island of Samar The company lost two mOD killed and ono wounded Six teen bolomon wore killed J li Waldrupe a guard at tho Fort Leavenworth mllllary prison who was shot during the mutiny at that Institu tion oo Nov 7 died of his wounds Twentysix mutineer now become lia blo to a charge of murder In preparatloo for the coronation of King Edward Mrs BradleyMania Is having a tiara made which Is to cost r exceeding a million dollars Not to bo t outdone the Queen was forced to have tho Kohinoor sot In her crown The four yoar old child of Charles Minks while playing near an open fireplace at Plneville caught Itsdrcsaallro and before help could arrlvo was so badly burned that it died In a few i hours The mother of thou child bad gone after a bucket of water and left tbo child by Itself In the room A Lexington special says Tbo 17 000000 interurban electric railway aye known as the Bluegrass Trac IdlcatoCompany has opened temporary at tho Phoenix Hotel Harold of Detroit Is In charge as- a tho representative of the Now York Chicago and Detroit interests The- articles of Incorporation as ratified by I James B Dill the corporations Now York counsel will bo ready for filing I about tho middle of tho week i reportithe epidemic spread over 110 of the liD counties of the State There wore 334 rdistinct outbreaks 85 being Imported s hospttalsnN Iported with 184 deaths or 163 percent There were 392280 persons vaccinated t 62 per cent of the States population- rcmaloln unvaccinated Tbe llBealJe t Ji has cost the State over 11000000 Sunday morning a band of 75 armed men believed to be union miners at tacked tho nonunion miners and guards Hi the slope mine of the Providence Coal Company la Webster county an during the fight which followed ono union minor was killed another fatally 11v wouodod three nonunion miners sari ously wounded and another man Is reported to have boon killed Many persons had narrow escapes from death i while tho houses of the negro minors were riddled with bullets The fight Vt lasted for nearly two hours tho at tacking party being finally driven orr- t t Two companies of State Guards are now on the scene Itt Ju iq MIDDLEBURG George Helm who ran as aDIIlnde pendent Democrat for county Judge received nine vows 1J II Taylor county attorneyelect will erect a handsome dwelling In Liberty on Mlddloburg street The foun dation for same has already been laid The bird law expired Friday and i seemed by the continuous volley firing which lasted all day that every sport who could afford the ammunition was was Joining In the slaughter Tbe writer attended a very enjoyable candy pulling social at Liberty Wed nesday night at Judd Philip Quite- a number of tbe elite of both sexes wore present and a most enjoyable evening was spent Friday and Saturday wore typical winter days cloudy windy and very raw A slight flurry of snow the first of the season fell hero Friday afternoon This was tbo first of the beauti ful we have seen since March of 1809 save a slight flurry off Siberia Juno lit when the old Buford was on a Jaunt In Northern waters Rev J B Farrell and Judge J M Tllford are attending the meeting of the Baptist State Board at Somerset J V Lovolca who served with the writer In tbo Philippines bas beeb visiting friends here returning to Ms home In Somerset Friday Cloll Me Anlncb who lately moved to Wayne county Is visiting his parents It Is said that M E Tarter will con teat the election of P H Taylor A Tarter was beaten by over 600 votes wo are at a loss to know on what grounds be will file his contort Mr Stephen Peyton the defeated democratic noml neo for magistrate In tbo Dig South Rolling Fork precinct will contest the election of George Ellis his successful republican opponent Mr Peytons name want on the ballot by petition and for some reason bis name appeared as an Independent candidate Instead of being placed under tbo rooster It on these grounds that he will contest Hon Charles Montgomery ono of Ca leys rising young lawyers will prosecute the contest Mr Dudley A Wesley aged 21 and Mies Urania Bartlo the pretty 20 year old daughter of C H Bartlc proprietor of tbo Liberty Planing Mills were nnl tcd In the holy bonds of matrimony at too borne of the bride In Liberty Thursday Rev Logan Godboy of the M E cburcb officiating Tbo bride was formerly of Deposit N YneBI ButTalo The young couple who are well and popularly known In society circles have tho best wishes of their host of admirer for long and prosper our lives as a result of their union The couple left at once for Taylor and Ma non counties whore tbo bride has rela lives and will return next week Tho will reside In Louisville temporarily where the groom will take a course dentistry Eighth Congressional District Teachers Association The superintendents and teachers of tho Eighth Congressional District mot at Snelbyvlllo Saturday last and or ganized by electing Prof R A Burton of Shelby county provident and Prof M O Winfrey of Stanford secretary and treasurer Tbo meeting was well attended and enthusiastic Tho first semiannual meeting of the association wlllba held at Harrodsburg on the 2d Friday and Saturday In April next Tbo object of this association Is tho promotion of the Interests of education and the elevation of the profession of teaching It Is expected that the meet log In Harrodsburg will bo ono of the most largely attended educational meet logs ever hold In tho Bluegrass A program will be ready by Jan let and any teachers in the Congressional die tract who will apply to thin secretary shall receive a copy of same WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers mau that II tho order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty to the average woman Even that greatest I of all jewels health is often ruined in tbe strenuous eflurts to make or save womanIgem then let bet fortify herself against tho Inalduous consequences of coughs and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Botchecs German It will promptly arrest consumption in Its 1early stages heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive tbe dread disease from the system It is not a cureall but it is n certain cure for coughs colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr G G Gtcens reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store Get Greens Special Almanac ITho coroner has rendered a verdict t charging tho St Louis health depart meat with neglect In connection with recent deaths of school children Out this out and take it to Oralg Hookers drag store and get a free sample of Cl amberlalueStomach and Liver lets the boat physic They cleanse an invigorate the stomach improve tho an petite and regulate the bowels Regular nJxc 23c per box MT VERNON The Signal has added a paper cutter and other Improvements to its olHce The Ml Vernon Jail has butone prix oner and that is a woman charged with selling liquor Our planing mill is running full time the lime works are rushed with arto working largo forces Isaac Bowman oxsheriff of Jackson Jopttnlarmof town price about 12000 Tho Kentucky Colonel broks Its press when only about halt Us edition bad been run through of the Issue of the 8th and lost the other half on ac count of delay In tbo repairs being re turned from tbo maohlce shops Matt Ballard was here from Livingston Saturday and left for home a very sick man John Fredericks of this county was lined 8100 and 60 days In the United States Court at Richmond Mrs D N William Is visiting rela live In Stanford Walter Turpln wont to Brodhead Monday Tbo telephone pole Industry has grown to large proportions in this county and tbe cast end of Lincoln There Is such a rush that one firm at Brodhead Is 40 car loads behind In its orders It Is estimated that there are more than a quarter of a million trees la this county that can be used In the business The advertisements appearing In va growthsd East Tennessee e Telephone Cos business falls to state where they aro located doesnt give the name of an officer thereof or other Information to show that they claim to own anything in the State The coo stltutlon of the State stipulates that no leavesor operate a parallel or competing line Who claims to own the Stanford Ex change Considerable attention Is being given to the oil land leasing and prospecting Besides tbe local company tbe Rock cattle Gas k 011 Co there are many others on tbo field Drilling at the well on Copper Creek Is progressing nicely Many leases aro being traded Tbe East Madison Co will soon begin drilling beyond the Rockcastle line near Berea where they control 20000 acres This company composed prla clpally of Madison men Is capitalized at 300000 Fldellui Robinson living near Orlando was fired on from ambush Sat urday night while passing along the highway In the Egypt neighborhood Two buckshot entered tbo log below the knee others passed through his coat and vices some lodged against his body niter passing through the slats of Nopas onenli Is presumed that the ambushcr was mistaken in his victim M C Miller Jr Is In from Austin Texas W F Chump was hero fro Paint Lick a Jew days since G W Gentry will shortly move to his house recently erected on Renfros Creek He sold his house and lot In this place to Mr Welsh Editor W B Hudsons family have joined him hero Judge elect S D Lewis has been quite with grip but Is hotter Millard Be ihurum who was shot on election day was getting along fairly until Sunday night when ho grew worse with symp coma of heart trouble Editor Albright has returned from Naabylllo with a broader smile D S Purdoms dwell log hue been completed Minor Fish night operator at Jolllco bad a ralauo demanding with his bike He Is hero at home for a taw dove rubbing Hal meat over his bruises Hiram Fish will shortly movo to the Judge Fish place recently purchased of W F Mc Clary Mrs Judge McClure is but little Improved Conn Brown assisting In tho postoflloe and makes a splendid clerk Condor the Crab Orchard lum berman Is doing a big business In ceo dar posts at several stations In this county Rex Carraical who suffered a broken rib and bruises from a tall at lanbrook of Livingston who had afoot- amputated last week was reported sinking rapidly Sunday Mrs J H Coffey Is with tonsllltls Many people are suffering fearfully from Indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of HKRIUNE would bring about a prompt and permanent cure A few doses will do more for a weak slam ash than a prolonged course of any other medicine Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store E FLowenthal a New York silo mond broker was robbed of 110000 worth of diamonds in a hotel at Port land Oro James Larabce a Kentucky mouc homedto Six persons were Injured two fatally by a gas explosion near Washington Pa LANCASTER S Morgan bought of Robert Elkin a bunch of hogs at fie Three horses have been stolen In Garrard since License was SaturdayIJacob Delaney both of this county Tbe new board of councilmen have already begun their work of getting In the water works system Corn is pretty scarce In this section and good prices are being realized J W Miller Is paying S3 per barrel do liveredAll ur hunters are taking advantage of the open season for bird and guns and dogs aro In great demand Game Is plentiful and tbe weather good for tbo sport Sextons Comedians will appear at Garrard opera bouse Thursday night 2lst InliMy Uncle from New York and upto date specialties Admission 25 25 and 60 cents Too recent cold weather and the many droves of fine turkeys that are being brought to town forcibly remind us that Thanksgiving Is near Turkeys aro selling al 6c per pound The revival at the Methodist church closed after a series of most interesting sermons The singing was excellent throughout many beautiful duets solos etc being rendered by the dlf feront members of the large choir A Junior Endeavor was organized Sunday afternoon with Mrs Dr Bur nello as superintendent and Miss Nelle Johnston as assistant Leltio Mao Mo Roberts was chosen president and or ganist Charles Collier led the Senior meeting Sunday afternoon Willie Belle Burnslde Is the next leader Mr Nixon Perkins left last week for New Mexico He has been in very poor health for a long time and his friends hope very much that this trip will be beneficial to him Mrs Jake Joseph Is quite sick Miss Fran ols Moore of Welshburg and Mrs Henry Moore of Paint Lick aro the guests of Meedames C D Powell and H C Hamilton ibis week Mr Bob Hamilton continue about the same Chief of Police S D Turner Is in Mad loon county on business Fifteen have entered the Old Fid dlers Contest for Nov 28th at the Garrard opera bouse and more will follow A large crowd Is expected Two front rows of seats will be occupied by children at 25e Next five rows are reserved at 76o General admission 60c with privilege to reserve without extra coat Tickets now on sale at J E Stortncs1 drug store Balcony 35o Scott Ferris will represent Crab Or chard his selections being Chicken Plo and Run Nigger Run Alex Traylor will represent Gilberts Creek Mrs J I White and Mrs B Y Hobbs went over to Crab Orchard yesterday Little Willie Jennings la quite sick Miss Calvert Is meeting with some success securing new members for our Maccaboo hive Mr and Mrs Wm reelmdence on Dicvlllo street belonging to the lattcra mother Mrs J W Poor Mr Oscar Mitchell of Danville spent several doge with friends hero MIt a Rslla Arnold Is visiting In Nicholas vllle Chas Hamm of Teateravllle wo has suffered so much from a wound la tbe kneo Is now thought to be slow ly Improving Champion lame at bowling was play ed by the Lancaster bowling club tbe other evening The following players took part Team No Gco Palmer captain Miss Hatlyo Robertson Robt Davidson Mss Moggie Totnllnson Henry Sympson Miss Mary GUI Wm Walker Miss Florence Harris Ed Doty Miss Altle Marksbury Tbeo Curry Jr Miss Stella Huston team No2 R H Batson captain Miss Car rle Curry Wm Burton Miss Grace Kinnard Horace Bohon Miss Anna Austin Joe Robinson Miss Francis Collier Braunon Beazley Miss Chris tlno Bradley John Anderson Miss Allco Walker Team No 2 was vic torious by 09 pins Miss Anna Austin mado the best score for lady and Wm Burton beet for gentleman Tbe even tug was delightfully spent Mrs Long of the New Garrard hotel acting as cbaperone JUMPED ON A T- rEY NAIL The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an Inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared andno more suffering was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discom fort Mr Powell Is a well known mer chant of Parkland Va Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries with out maturation and in ono third the time required by the usual treatment For sao by Craig A Rocker druggists Miss Eaetwlck of Philadelphia was sentenced to six months Imprisonment In London for forging a railroad bond for 100000 IT IS A SHAME Not to have a new Overcoat when you can get one at The Globe for so little money The newest styles Raglans and Yokes Select your Suit while our stock Is large Warm Underwear anti GlovesShoes Hats and Furnishings IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville Suspenders The Harris Suspender The only Suspender made covered by a Guarantee The Straps the Button Holes the Ends the Buckles 3T X5uaranteea To last as long as the ribbon and should they fan to do so we will cheerfully give another pair of suspenders Prirea 25 and SOc Same guarantee covers all prices Sold only by the Cash dealer H J McROBERTS TvercoatsTBoots Boots Under wear Gloves B- cfverythingfor winter wear at Cummins McClarys WHEN YOU WANT 100 CENTS WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware Queensware Farming Iiiplements Etc Etc FOR 100 CO TO Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY I Ir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON II a Candidate tor Railroad Commtuloner for the 2d District lubleet to the will of the democracy LINCOLN county has a right to feel proud of her representative and Senator elected two weeks ago Both Messrs North and Farrla have had ex perience in the House and Senate re spectively and they have proven that they are well equipped for the ofllces tq which they wero elected Mr North distinguished himself by his good work of four vears ago and won the plaudits of his constituency and praise of his colleagues by strlet attention to the business he was elected for Ho is tho author of a number of bills that became laws and introduced several that had they passed both Houses would have made Kentucky a better State Mr Farris services begun when Mr Norths did and he was at Frankfort during the reign of terror He was la the Senato when that body was chased through the streets of Frank fort at the points of bayonets in tho bands of Taylors soldiers but such treatment swerved him not from his lino of duty That he has made an en viable record as Senator even his enemies will not gainsay and profiting by the experience of the last four years bo will be In a far better position to serve bis conatltuenoy and tbo State alike next term Both gentlemen are ardent admirers of Gov McCreary and it will be with a feeling of pride that they will cast their votes for that die tinguished gentleman for U S Sena tor A MAN In Indiana has been arrested 170 times in the last 15 years for drunkI enness He has spent 1439 days In jailI and has cost the county 60165 He was once the wealthiest man In tbeI county and has spent his whole fortune In drink Had the drunks occurred during the last year or so it could have been readily proven that Gove Mount and Durbin drove the fellow to drink by harboring assassins refusing toI honor requisitions for such etc AS a result of the court of Inquiry which he found it necessary to ask for Rear Admiral Schley has spent 820000 r he had saved for bl old age and alsoI all the prize money Ho is poorer tbanI when he was a cadet at Annapolis saysI a dispatch It isnt money the grand old fighter wants He wants the charge of cowardice wiped out and its dollars to doughnuts that he will succeed in having it doneITIlE veteran actor Joseph Jefferson suggests that hereafter the people elect two presidents one to shake hands with the people and the other to at tend to the affairs of the nation A good Idea Nearly half of the presl dents time Is spent In handshaking while a greater part of the rest Is given fir to the tales of woe of the Congressmen and Senators who want offices for their friends COL JAMES ROGERS of Lexington told the Cincinnati Enquirer that he load rather bet on Gov McCreary be ing the next U S Senator than on any horse rave he ever saw Notonly are 95 per cent of the democrats In our city and county for McCreary but be is the choice of an Immense majority of democrats all over Kentucky They can not beat him be added HON GEORGE T FARRIS has an lnounced himself a candidate for the democratic nomination for presiding l officer of the Senate A better man for the place could not be found and we sincerely hope the clever gentleman j and dyedinthewool democrat will get there with both feet AND now Judge Milton J Durham i has been given an office by the republican i t party which he fought for years He was appointed deputy revenue col lector at Lexington Next TIlE problem that is said to be worrying President Roosevelt is bow to put Greater New York In republican hands l POLITICAL Hon D L Moore of Harrodsburg may be a candidate for Congress- A two blflion dollar glass trust IB now being planned This Is a monopoly that the people ought to be able to see through Bryans Commoner The presidents high regard for Booker Washington is to be shown iti is said by having him as a guest atone of the White House dinners this sea eonJudge McBeath of Ellzabethtown has announced his candidacy for appel t late Judge in the 2d district He la at circuit judgo and Is an able juristAccording to the ruling of the corn mlssloner of internal revenue the Phil Ipplnes are regarded as domestic terri tory for customs and Internal revenue tax purposes Horace Speed formerly of Kentucky but now United States District Attor ney for Oklahoma has been offered the governorship of that Territory by Pres- Ident Roosevelt Wayne county republicans will contest Mrs Mary Marsh has been appointed postmaster at Sumpter Wayne county Prince Chlng has been ordered by to conclude the ITbesigned at Washington by Secretary Hay and Ambassador Pauncefoto United States District Attorney R Dr Hill Is not eligible to reappointment as ho lives in the Eastern dls trlct The modified ship subsidy bill will restrictions on the admis put greater sion of foreign and Senator Vest says It will pa sIThe democratic judge In Bath county will overcome the republican majority In the fiscal court by adding two newi magisterial districts In tho meanwhile oxCongressman i McCreary continues to smile as ho sees tbo time approaching for him to foreI close a mortgage on the Senatorial Loulavlllo Post William C Buderus of Sturgis S D has been debarred from practicing before the interior department because he expressed joy at the assassination of President McKinley The women of Paris are organizing a movement to Influence future elec tions Men who do not avail them solves of the right of franchise will bo excluded from their drawing rooms At Russellvllle Judge Crowdson granted an injunction against the Logan county election commissioners as- a result of which they must issue cer tificates of election to candidates on the face of the returns Alabamas new constitution has received a majority of about 30000 votes but the antlratlficatlonlsts claim fraud has been perpetrated and have decided to organize a new party to make a fight for State officers next year When the banks issue all the money and the trusts own the attorney goner then the people may begin to realI ize that they were mistaken when thought a full stomach the acmo of hu man happiness Bryans CommonerI Bills are to bo introduced at the ape preaching session of Qongrcss to furI ther strengthen the gold standard bill One wlll make It mandatory to ex change silver for gold and the other Is intended to give greater elasticity to the national banknote circulation The first act of the Incoming legis lature should be to offer such a reward for the fugitive conspirator assassins is will bring them dead or alive The time for temporizing Is past Let theI scoundrels bo brought to justice no matter what the cost Harrodsburg Democrat Another postoffico has been named after the late President making 10 In all This will be continued until there Is a postoffice in every State bearing the name of Mr McKinley Twelve postoffices have been named after Mr Roosevelt a majority of them being la the Southern States All of these of Ices but one were established previous to the death of Mr McKinley President Roosevelt does well to con suit with Uov Bradley as to political affairs in Kentucky The governor does not know It all nor does he pos ese all the statesmanship In the republican party in Kentucky as the democrats always assert when tbev are trying to stir up factional strife in the party but be probably knows more politics thap any other ono man in Kentucky or in the south And he Is by long odds the ablest the most brilliant and the most aggressive republican leader in the South Louisville Commercial AND THAT Harvey Ball Is dead at Lancaster- A vein of zinc was struck in Paris Gov Beckham issued his Thanks lv ing proclamation Senator Depew will be married In Paris on Christmas day The postoffico at Freemansburg W Va was robbed and burned to the ground Wilbur S Sherwoll a policeman was arrested on the charge of strang ling Lena Renner to death at Evans ville Suit has been filed In Cincinnati to test the validity of the Southern railway lease extension and the 82500000 bond issue The largest amount of money In the history of the association was pledged by the W C T U women at Fort Worth Texas Irish Parliamentary leaders who are touring this country in the Interest of tho Irish cause were received by the president yesterday During an altercation over a dog at Clay City Ben Highly was cut danger In the side by a boy named Steph ens from Menifee county The wedding of John B Harris late of this to Miss Mary Barnes of- Ilcholeevlile Is announced to occur Dec 12 Richmond Register The National Fox Hunters Assocta tlon is in cession at Estlll Springs The next thing Is the big hunt at Crab Or chard Springs which begins on the 25tb Joseph A Craft the new collector for the 5th district assumed his duties yesterday and the entire office force the same that served under Sappwas sworn Instead of returning the body of Cbas Goodman to JeffersonvllleMayor Duley of LI ale Rock has ordered It turned over to Mrs Rathbun refusing to believe that the man la jail In Jef fersonvlllo Is Ratbbun though the prisoner admits his identity LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Stock water is distressingly scarco The New York Horse show begun yesterday Thirty four horses perished In a Ore in Co killed 10000 bogs one day last week M J Farris lost 13 cattle from eat- Ing smoot on stalks W H Underwood sold to C E Mil ler two 11Opound steers at 31o C E Miller sold in Chicago twocar loads ot 1400pound cattle at tile Richard Cobb sold to Geo A Me Roberts 50 000pound cattle at 4o Mark Hardln bought two fat year lings in Danville yesterday at 2o Pure bred Narragansett turkeys for sale Mrs R C Uocker Stanford 3t FOR SALE 75 good 1000pound viol pers for sale Geo T Wood Hubble R H Crow sold in Chicago at a fancy price 33 510pound export cat tloSwift fc Co and Hammond S Co will each build slaughter bouses ID Louis ville A lot of shorthorns for beef purposes sold as high as 710 In Chicago last weekE W Lee sold to Curt Robinson 30 plain cattle averaging 000 pounds at 82965 John Morris of Bourbon raised three Irish potatoes that weighed eight pounds Forestus Reid bought yesterday a bunch of yearlings at 2175 and some of R C Rocker at 3f c FOR SALE 25 long yearling cattle average about 1000 pounds for sale B G Gover Hustonville 2t The largest cotton plantation in the world Is to be established Louisiana It will embrace 109000 acres Simon Well bought of G W Coulter 34 cattle weighing 1407 pounds 25 were bought at 5o and 9 at 4c Advo cateEd Goers and Scott Hudson arc the leading money winners of the year Each bas taken down about 30000 In purses Charles Robinson sold hid farm of 1G7 acres between Harrodsburg and Snakerionn to J M Forsythe at 875 per acre Farrli ft Denny bought some yearling mules yesterday at 850 and a bunch of broke ones at several horses at 835 to 8135IMcAllister Bros tell us that they cleared 84000 on Dr Monlcals win nings this year before they parted with him for 85000 Pretty good years work for one horse DANVILLE COURTA fairly good oJowd attended court at Danville yesterday but business was not very lively In any line IB 600pound yearlings told at 82135 23 common two year olde at 3c 32 twoyearolds at82fl 60 and a lot of beef stuff at 2 to 21c The mule market was dull only a few changing hands and at low prices Horses sold at 820 to 8125 CHURCH MATTERS All but twentytwo of the 110 coun tles of Kentucky have Presbyterian churchesAlexander Anderson who confessed to stealing a Bible In Chicago said he was a religious enthusiast Rev W E Arnold will preach at McKcndreo church next Saturday and Sunday at 11 A M and 030 p M Rev Mr Lowry of Little Rock Ark is conducting an Interesting meetlog at the Methodist church In Danville Thirtyfour delegates to the Wo mens Christian Temperance Union oc cupied the pulpits of Fort Worth Texas Sunday Mission work in Egypt has paid Tbo converts to the United Presbyterian church In that nation now contribute 825000 each year Balsa Chapel at Kansas City Rev Fred Halo pastor will not change its name after all notwithstanding tho fight In the courts The American AntiCigarette League has drawn up a pledge which Is to bo read in every Sunday School in the United States on Nov 24 Rev J B Crouch preached his tare well sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night to a large audience The other churches held no services that peeing The Kentucky Synod for lack of funds declined to reemploy the Rev B T Watson and the salary of Rev T N Williams of Louisville was re duced 8200 Elder Geo Gowen formerly of Lan caster but now pastor of tbo Broadway Christian church of Louisville has declined a call to the First Christian hunch of Allegheny Pa though the salary of the Pennsylvania church is about twice that of the Loulavlllo charge A LIBERAL OFFER The undersigned will give a free sam pie of Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tablets to anyone wanting reliable Km edy for disorders of the stomach bilious ness or constipation This a new remedy and a good one Craig A Hocker druggists rIF you want to laugh heartily dont fall to sea Sextons Comedians at Wet tons Opera House Friday night next Dr John Clark Silos Wayne and Al fred Boll of Wayne county are under arrest charged with arson Dont Be A Waiter aaaaartra But get your tip right now that our prices will save you on an average of from to 50 per on you buy of us Our Closing Out Sale will continue until every article sold isIissaaaaaaa aatllloaaaaaatAaa saaarra wrsaa sr 2 Fur Scarfs 28c Ladies 50c Union Suits 25c 1 Blankets nt 49c Ladies 25c Vests 15c 50c Table Linens 25c liens 50c Jersey Ribbed Fleec ed Underwear 25c aaw aareala asratriaenal Nice Cloth Capes trimmed in fur worth 150 at 49o All 2 and 3 double capea JaetChildrens Long Clonks 1 quality 40o Childrens 250 clonks lit USe Ladies 4 Fur Collarettes reduced to t 108 Ladies 5 Collarettes cut to 348 e araaa aas aaar atai And Rubbers our of any in and see we can flue and at G9c fine lull full at OSc top at 128 Wo n line of and mens Arctics it THE LOUISVILLE STORE and liyIa Mare Lost f A roan mare about 7 years old and In good eondttlen left my a raw days ago Adrl o LEOK KIUtiEKLIN Danville House Rent louse and about acre lot on Danville Aye for rent House contain four room and kitchen front and back Good garden and ontbull D 1IKVAN Stanford Ky k Wanted The owner of a small farm of or to acres of Rood land around Stanford or la the West End will likely find a buyer by applying at or writing to this office at once Buyer wants to pay cash Farm unit be convenient to plko or good road TURKEYS WANTED Will continuo to buy for the Thanks Iying market S cent Is all the market paying Those wanting to please rush them i Iiell K Stanford Ky BlueGrass Nurseries 1901 Fruit and trees drape Vines Small Fruit and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Yo self at right to the planter and have no General catalogue on toii F II Doth Lexington Ky R GOLDSTEIN Eyo of Louisville be at St Asnpli HotclStnnford 18 One day only Eyes examined and glasses Office hours 0 a m to p m Make YourTrips Over V The Fastest Time Best Boys 5 Overcoats at 108 750 Overcoats nt 395 7 Ulsters at 208 I Boys 3 Kccfcr Coats at 11S liens 150 at OScH42 Heavy Cape Macintosh at 128 nwt steaaaa asanrtrll- eavy Comforts pure white cotton bat ting worth at ICc Extra Comforts largo enough to It any bed worth 125 at 70c Heavy Outing Flannels worth 7 l2o at i 50 Amoskcng Apron Gingham 5c Good Pearl Buttons at fie I Best 7 12 Shirting Cotton goes at 5c sa eaaaa asta at e Shoes Boots Compare prices with those other house town how much money save you Ladies coarse shoes worth 150 to 2 Ladies coarse shoes worth 250 at OSc Mens heavy brognn shoes block worth 175 high shoes 2CO at 118 good boots 200 have full ladies Rubbers and HO Felt Boots at HALF PMCK Salinger Bros Prors Wholesale Stanford Roan For Stanford porches Small Farm Turkeys justlaos CHKI9TIAN FALL Ornamental everything application Telephones DR Specialist wilt Thursday December scientifically adjusted Service Mens Mona Pants liens heavy Mens worth Mens worth Mens Retail rSeeIf your Eyes hurt it is necessary to haves SPECTACLES To see tho point it is neces sary to have correctly fitted Spectacles To get Correctly Fitted Spectacles it is necessary to call on Craig Hocker Who are always at the same old stand ready t to QualityStylees they sell Prices Range From 50cts To 10 Great Removal Sale I Dry lJIanketsCapcJackets plyLinena a rFancyworth 125 to close at SOc Comforts at halt prIce Ladles Cloaks worth 42 to S13Mcneleather winter taps latest style worth SI to close at 40c Men a hoc Underwear while it lasts at 29c The Racket Store Stanford t Prices Low JACOB CIN8BURC Proprietor Fatale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and 8pIng Wagon LumbtrIGood Milk Cow do j lr tf GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist I For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint NeaFs Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains i r THEINTERlORJOURNAL k STANFORD Ky Nov 10 1001 tTRYthe Judgo Taft cigar for a smoke at Penny1 Drug Btorr OUR proscription work la unsurpass ed Try us and bo convinced Penny e Drug Store PERSONALS MR JAMES P Duss of Lexington Io hero JACOiiGlNSliunu Is In the city bu lag Roods I niLoxtagtaaMR AND MRS J F RIQNEY are vii iting ID Casey is b MR JOE A COHBV of Versailles i was hero today i Miss IrATE ALCOKN went to shvillaOOHN to the wife of Mr J M Pet toe a daughter DR W N CRAIU and Ex Reynolds J aro In Casey hunting ATTORNEY JOHN W MILLER of I Lancaster was hero today Miss IDA PHELPS of the Kwell sec Lion went to Louisville yesterday MISSES MARY AND SUSIE SAUNDERS returned from Louisville Saturday k MESBRS JOHN P JONES and W c Elliott are enjoying a bunt In Casey JUDGE F D TWIDWELL of Huston vllle left Sunday for Now York City Miss DOT CAMNITZ of HuitooTlllc I Is with Miss Virginia Taylor In Dan vllle lIONS II P JACODS and Robert I Harding of Danville aro attending court MR J M WARE and wife of Mar wood were visiting his brother Mr C P Ware last wookSomer I itt1Journal MR W M GRAHAM of Qalsoy came couatr1alrlJ 4 of Lexington t came over Sunday to see a mighty prot s s tv young lady A A MCKINNEY JR Is up Ira Montgomery Ala mingling wl friends ant relatives HARRY IWIIu soN and WSEmb r of Garrard passed through Sunday for Russell county to hunt birth MR AND MRS W A TRIHIILI ha Issued invitations for their friends to be with them from 8 to 12 Nov JO yeterdayv daughter Mrs C n Paine at HARRY GIOVANNOLI formerly Danville but now of Washington p C Is the proud father of a bouncing boy SATURDAYS Courier Journal con tamed a fair likeness of lion M F North Lincoln countys excellent rep rcsontattve Miss KATUERINK ALCOItN of Hus tonvlllo returned today from a visit to her sister Miss Ada wbo Is attending school at Paris Miss MARY fAUltS who has been with her sister Mr L M Welter field returned to her homo at Camp bullsvlllo SaturdayeMR W P WALTON was tbreatnnfwith appendicitis at his ington Sunday but was about well when lest heard from MRS D N WILLIAMS and 00tq Judge R 0 Williams of Mt Vernon came down Sunday to visit the family of Mr M C Williams MR3 F D DALLOU and little daugh tor who have boon visiting bor mother Mrs M E Flab at Crab Orchard roo turned homo yesterday 1MR R M NEWLAND of Galvcston Tex was visiting his uncle J M Bailey at Pleasant Hill as well as a mighty pfotty girl Uarrodsburg Dom ocrat MESSRS S J EMIIRY SR W r Roult J R Hales John S Goodo fink Farmer have been ordered to sear at London next Monday to act as jurors In tbo Federal court MRS DETTIE C PENNYIIACKER of Klogsvllle was hero yester day She was accompanied by her beautiful and charming niece Miss Elizabeth McFarland of Chattanooga IN remitting for his paper Mr T S Innls of Dolleflower tickles us by adding the followings liTho I J Is a worth many times tbo price I would r dislike to try to get along without RKV W W BRUCE of Perryvll paid this office a call Saturday Ho was on his way to Uustonvllle whoro ho and Rev W T Overstreet begunlmeeting at the Presbyterian working on his farm tbo oth James McKcchnle of tho 1WmLE bad one of his ankles of joint Ho suffered In y a time but Is now almost LA WRENCH MAYNARDodvanco agent of Sextons Comedians which will ape pear at Walton Opera Houso Friday night next 22d was hero Sunday left a carload moro or less of adv tising matter PROK M O WINFREY was made Elgt4th As sociation organized at Sbelbyvlllo Sat urday Ho was also placed on the exe cutive committee REV J B CROUCH and family leave tomorrow for Falmouth much to regret of friends mado during their journ hero Wo tako pleasure In mending Mr Crouch and excellent wife to the good people of Pendleton I t trycounty LOCALS SEE our now dress skirts Severance a k Sons J Lap robes at J C iWINTER of country sorghum Good McKlnnoy j FOUND bunch of keys This offlco Tills was the coldest morning of the season The mercury stood at UaL 030 LOST between Huston vlllo and Stan ford pair gold spectacles Leave at tills onico It POSTED notices only cost 25c bush t ca must accompany ordure for such In sertionWANTEDA girl or woman to take caro of an aged lady Address 402 Danville hoyWalton Opera Rouse next Friday ght Nov 22 CENTRAL UNIVERSITY beat George town College to 0 at foot ball at Dan vlllo yesterday butchersop and got some of his choicest meats at the lowest prices 2t WE will buy a tow hundred bushels of millet seed If offered promptly J H Baugbman do Co MONEY Supt andhas 20 per cent of the school fund ready for the teachers MY UNCLE FROM Pont AT WALTONS OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIOHT NEXT 22 WILL take farm products In ex change for coal feed etc or sell you cheap for cash J II Baughman It Co DONT wait till tbo last minute to nlaco your order for holiday picturea Now and stylish things at Miss 6n Crays 2h MY MetWaltons Opera House Friday night next Noy 22 S THE missionary meeting of the Prc bytcrlan Ladles Aid Society will bo held with Mrs Martha Paxton no Friday at 230 P stn Coth In 630 preryroajoriV0 ty r republican counties as tho republl oans aro wont to call them Huatat their church Wednesday evening be toro Thanksgiving Go and tako a box BORINO for oil begun at Junction City yesterday morning The Is on land owned by Wlborg St Bas and a depth of 1000 feet Is intended If oil is not struck sooner DECLARED 1N SA YoOnti who was given a life sentence for ku In Dell county has been dc lated Insane Yonts was In jail hero or safekeeping several months IEXCIIANGFTb Ladlea Aid Boat of the Baptist church ask us to a nounce that they will conduct an o change In Penny Drug Store Satur day afternoon from 1 to 4whore can bo found cokes plea dressed fowls otc Go and help a good cause A SUSPICIOUS looking Individu hung around Postmaster Florence when bo went to tbo postoftlco early Sunday morning and persisted that bo given something to cat Aft firspho OPOSSUM DtrtNEbirJ K Daullh man of the West End gave a big pos sum dinner to 10 of his friends Friday last Mr J W Powell who was o o0orof tbo guests tolls us that three bill opossums and a big tat turkey wereI a 1mongtable which bad been arranged by BauglohIed over th Mr Samuel Reid was master ceremonies and made a most excelI ent ono Mr Powell tells us TEMPERANCE On next Sunday WIT Bundick Virginias famous temper l hiveraddresses as follows At 11 AM at tho Methodist church at 31 M at a union moss meeting at the Christian church at 7 P M at another union mass mo Borcomes very commended many of the leading pastors and afar s flea workers over the United States The Atlanta Constitution says of him u Ho has stepped Into tbcr place of tho lato John B Gough A Hoa RECORD Mr Isaac flamll allotmfol his lowing which we think is a hog recordbreaker A year ago he bought nine hogs paying 122 for them Ho has sold from them 810150 worth hogs has seven that will average 240 to kill 20 shoats that will weigh pounds each and a sow that tips tho beam at hrfav0 to keep the bogs and boll proud of tbo Tbeyarobreed A LOT of new carpets and rugs tat Beazloy sit Hays HILL onions ahlllcolon sots at Higgins MoKlnnoys HENS WANTEDI want to buy tiOOnot hens at once Mark Hardln ATTRACTIVE patterns In waist flan nell just lD Severance k Sons IAR6fERBIleneo return our wheat sacks or call and for them J H couBaughman Octxa ODe picture at out poslidayITUIIICEVSJ icchrlstlan has kill turkeys to date Ho bought them at 60 per pound on foot SoWEsuch as hay corn oats and ehlpstull Cheap for cash J H Baugbman sit Co TT11Eyour undershirt The best place to buy It is at Cummins d McClarys That is no dream either DTnE person or persons who borrowed yofreturning them My name lIon um brollabandlo Dr J F Peyton CATS Boyle county man adver Uses that bo waste 100 cats at lOo each Jcarloadwill willingly pay freight charges on them BLACK CAIEncao save you both trouble and money by making your Thanksgiving or Christmas black cake Como In and let mo talk to you about It Leave orders now John H eter M1fpropertey yourself humiliation takloxtg your tax receipt at once S M Owens Sheriff Jdonenoon soil Saturday Yesterday morn ing tbo damage suit of Morris Fre against W H Traylor was begun and it will likely consume most of to day and tomorrow Mr Fred Is repro soared by Messrs J B Paxton an bbr o r 110000 charging that be was damaged to that extent by Mr Traylore accusa tlon that ho beat him out of 11100 exehsogla itoaoat the suit of Morris Fred again W H Traylor The Instruction turns on a matter of law altogether and w given before all tho testimony was The torte In controversy between Traylor soil Mr Fred wore not by tbo suit Mr Fred will take t case to the court of appeals to test t law question The case against Alfred Bright for colorsxnow on HILL After an Illness of several weeks Mrs Hill the estimable wife of Col T P Hill died at 330 Saturday placeda1In r at 3 oolock Sunday afternoon aftet short services at the house and cema WorE a dflan of troubles and had been In feeble health for years Mrs Hills maid namo was Miss Fannie Lewis and was born in Boyle county 70 years ago Sho was the second wife of Col flit with whom she bad lived most happy over 35 years She raised moatithe colonels children and was and abectlonato mother to thorn Mrs was a splendid typo of the elegant Southern woman reflned educated cultured and was a sincere Southern sympathizer Sbo was a kindhearted Christian lady and her many deeds of charity will not soon bo orgotta While on her death bed she thought of a family here that was In need and ordered a good supply of coal sent them Her charity was genuine and oven her never know of many of hi eeds of kindness to the outside wort Thorn was never a better suited coup than Col and Mrs Hill Each oiler the other and their llfo together was a atmoat satisfactory one The colonel was secomplleb9of her distinguished husband Mr Hill bad been a member of the Chris flan church for years but in latter years her health was not such that sho reltularlyDeschildren sho virtually raised Mrs W aDdMraVa who have naturally looked upon her as mother also cared for for MrEwasof to ee Few such women as Mrs Hill have lived In this community and her death sghusband t goadherere to to do better and live bettor In his Irreparable loss Col Hill hoe the sym pathy of all and In his sorrow ho weeps not alone BOUGHT A FARUIt L Gose bought of A W Smith of Boyle isle farm of 250 acres at 851 Possession given Jan lit GENTLEMAN acme we could learn felt down the hotel steps at McKinney Saturday sight and Is thought to be fatally hurt +IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES WaYDecouDtylalL on Adams aged 01 and tbo old mss In Garrard Is dead appointedtmaster blldlybUtL theTribbleaLSomerset Collellosuspendtil ofblckory JOOburecta a bushel Harrodsburg Demo crab The University of Nashrlllo defeat ed Centraliversityll In Lexington Saturday afternoon dlstln2uhhedlookcroa suedtbcUN000 damages for the loss of an eye aUgeOD85000 oGeodllchargeof accldentallvThyearsMATRIMONIAL Wife desertion Is now a In JJohnvied at Austin III to Mrs Jane Smith Robert Petrey aged 21 end Mica FOaksGarley Burton and Miss Lou Padgett bondlbyEmmett Johnson of Bowling Green i ofWto of NasDvlllo and were married daulhter IidWArnoldwhich will be at her home on Danville e congratulationa fg WaltoQs Opera House cc1901hEdwin C Sexton Presents My Uncle from New York It Is claimed by the management that this Is one of the best ever Sfullterspeised with Class hoSpecialties This Is the first appearance here of Miss 1rlmalyrate sweetness with which the scored an GrandOpera POSTEDI leadsdtent of the law any person or persona found trcenW H Boone 0 D JII 0 A Pleasants O P BooneI BigginsOJ E Bruce Oeo D Hoppoi 8 H Baughman R 0 Rocker proeddusdJ W Adams S T Harris RaUouedT A Rice PINK COTTAGE FARM eoFor Sale At Auction Having purchased property in Danvlllo aad having decided to move to that city I will sell Pink Cottage FArm at public uue tlon Wednesday November 27 Pink Cottage Farm Is located one mile from Stanford on the Huitonrlllo plko and countylIt0 placeIlot short yearlings lot of twoyear old cat t 300 bales of hay 000 bales of straw 800 shocks of fodder 200 barrels of corn and all farming Implements Sale will begin promptly at 10 A Terns on arm n and three rears with 8 perentcfntered Pos session will be given Dec 1001 T D English auctioneerJ ARRIS Stanford KyI HOG KILLING TIME r illlllllllll + iII14IIJ + + + We have Meat Cutters Sau sage Stuffers Butcher Knives c StovesShelfSalt Cement c John Bright Jr CO file Greei River Development Co f Wm Hicks President L II Phettvplace VicePresident ManagerDirectorsGray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Homo office 17 and 19 Princeton Ave Bluefleld W Vn Branch office McKinney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value This company controls 1103 acres of proven oil territory In the Green River Oil beendrfJIedi OIL FOUND IN PRYING QUANTITIES purcbased5500barelused only in the development of the property Application for stock can be made MiddletosS P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky Attention 9 Ladies We have just opened up another big lot of LADIES KID LOVES Fawnvwish to repeat that they are undoubtedly The best 150 and 175 Gloves ever offered to the trade In our three years experience wo have never hadn cus tomer tell us they could buy so good a glove elsewhere for the money If you are not already acquainted with them ome in and let us show them All gloves nicely fitted experienced hands JOHN Pa JONES StanfordaI NEVER BEFORE Have we shown better values in Cloaks Dress Goods Underwear Hosiery Blankets Shoes c than now We add new goods to our already large stock every day and you may come to us with confidence for your full andwinter needs Everything marked at th- eUSUAL LOW CASH a PRICES Come while the weather is good anti wewill send you home with more goods for a dollar than you ever bought bef- oreSeverance Sons NEW Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fresh Goods and of the But Quality at the Very Lowest Prices Heavy Boots Jat manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUS TON VILLE TIlE JTER1OR JOURNAL OnAtrtd n till potlQjflce at Stemforalett ttondclat mafte- r31vabl2akaaTwSgp asdlFxidsaw n S1 PER YEAR CASH nua not sopatdtsaOO win bethtrt dr KNOXVillE DIVISION 3 Tram going NorthM 11 M a m 24 u MM 2lla In 5 i SouthMMtUhm01112 P m ForaIhrolnts- KENTUCKY a CENTRAL DIVISION No 25 AmlTet it Stanford it 108 H No 21 Leave Stanford at 210 AM No21 ArrlTcsatKowltndat 1200 DAT Ho21 Leives SUnloril at 20 r r R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Hfggina sk McKinneyVSt Telephone No 49 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Moi1Z1loy sMakojand keep constantly on hand tbe best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chlck on Feed c Prices very reasonable CU- Stom grinding a specialty D V Kennedv Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE 8 W BURSE tS5N Proms JUNCTION CITY KV tFirstClass Turnouts Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Uay For Bale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and rot sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FARM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south of IcKlnnny on Mlddleburg 175 acres trader fence and 105 acres cleared Has toIwellingwins necessary outbuildings to both and well Can be sold In totracts of about equal amounts oral a whole For further Information call on or address J S MORLEY McKlnnoy Ky FARM FOR SALE Flum of about 60 acres 2f miles from flu invllle on Moreland Station and Carpenter Station pike also a good grist ml with good traction engine sell rei JOHN DINWIDDIE lmltustonville Ky GREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Ge olmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving O- Upeople worth ot your money You wl Iways find bargains at my store I ai Illng second hand to new- also now Clothing and Gents Furnlsuln Ooods Floe Shoes Hats etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat 7001zo t promising you fair treatment I vo a Invltatluj to visit the- Vlnclnnatlllugala Store Call and see me- wben you come to town We will sell flour and meal tram Morrl reds Farmers toller Mills Stanford at prlcel It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE- M REISER Pnon COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron ale I handle the best grades of Jelllci coal T L HELTON Rowland Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD IIY- lapltIStock 150000 SttrplttitlOOOO all loitltution originally established u thlDe dBAnk of iiunford In 1853 then reorginlted si UlI1faUonl Dank ofSUniord In 1865 sndsgsli SclMdutbs Pint National DInk of Slanfor- cJll882liu hId practically nnlnUrrnpUd eta pee for 41 yurs It Is better supplied now will 6WUeor rQUCUnI buln promptly and an1lJthan ever before In Its long and bonoisb aner Accounts of IndlTldnsls fiduciaries indtvldaasso11cltdDlrlacTOal Uid Lincoln Co JW UtydeoSunfo Hartles 811 Btagbnun BHsckarP TPiHlll P Walton WATYlbblau Jll ColllsrCrsb Orehd Ju PoWnwn Hubble ALmorEtantoJorncu dNalrPldmtMaoberts Cwhler tI i Painting Repairing Tarn prepared Co paint anil repair your buggv carriage or wagon 11I8ret115l1tyle1 Experienced men ta do It and work guaran teed You can bays your old vehicle new for Yery little money J H OUEKIl Stanford Ky k s PRICER- nrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OOevoTpr VcRoberli Draff Store In tile Owil Building Farm For Sale A farm of acre K mile from Neat Creole Church Lincoln County for solo Some timbered and some cleared land bouto and outbuildings am well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky J H BOONE CO l Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable lirucoft Old Stand Depot fit sTKNFoRr KY New and Stylish Turnouts at RcnaonabI Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Phone No 06 Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds Porters table Everyhlng first close meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DAITVILLEEY Manufacturer of BRTCKiAnd Lime Cement ooWrite For Prices VitaeOre Do you know what It UT U not It wlll you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing TnEo NOEL Geolo gist Chicago LI or N H BOOIE Agt Marksbury K- yFarmers Roller Mills STANFOIiDET- MORRIS FRED PHOPBIETOU Try me on grinding If I do not satisfyyou I not ask you to again Milburn head miller for J II Bauehman Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour MOt Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give thn best results me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G+ McCbM Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealoar In HABNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY fi NAYSQ- NDFflTAXCRS r CDC V DIALBE3 Furniture MattingsRngs And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY 41 j I 1 s y The National Drink II lIThe American Grocer a per published in tho interest ol thoI doss whoso nunio it bears recently printed soma statistics which will in tore t every friend of temperance this country Its figures nro tnken from the annual Statistical Abstroct of tho United States tho editors ot which arc to have the most authentic nod reliable inlorl1lntion concerning all mutters to public business tho tradelnanu- ture and commerce of tho country The figures given b these rally therefore bo regarded as correct for it theyare not correct it is impossible to disprove them 1ho American Grocer can havo no interest in misrepresenting tho facts in the case and it is therefore startling to rend that its estimate of tho drink bill paid by the consumers last yea is 81059530787 Tho New Voice some time ago made an cstimnto placing the figures at 11734034 The New Voice is professedly pub liahed in tho interest of tho temper nice caiucnud opponents might cIilr discredit its figures bya statement that the are exaggerated null therefore unreliable But time filet tlint they coincide pretty closely with thoo of tho Grocer shows that two esti mates by different persons upparci Icrivcd from the sumo sources vcr vrobably represent an actual state of act The total exports of all mer Imtuliso from the United States for nst year were 81304483082 tllO otal receipts of all tho railroads in lie United States during the Mme period were 1336006370 Next to these comes the drink bill of g 1 72403445 The mousy spent last ear for drink in tho United Stutcs wns greater in amount than tho 11Ub Uc debt which was 8110771121 M that the nickles dimes and qunrtcll asscd over the bar by the drinkers wouM havo paid the public debt with ocr 8100000000 to spare The due of all the coal mined in the Unite l States estimated at 85 a ton wns 8863644585 that tho drinkers spend 8300000000 more for qtior than for coal The value of- tho corn crop last year was 8751220 054j thus drink cost more than 8400 00000 more than time corn brought to tho farmers Tho money spent for Irink last year was nearly double in mount tho value of all the horses in- the country more than double tho isessed valuation of all the cow early quadruple the silo price of an- the cotton grown in the South wns early four times as munch as the farm slue of tho wheat crop was ntmr1y five times as much as the Stamla Oil Companyreceived for all iU oil- wns six as great as the- fnrm value of this countrys oat crop- was six and onehalf times as much the sum spent leyour people for- the maintenance of our public wns nearly seven times ns ns the farm value of the potato crop nml- wns fortynine times as great as the incomo of all the telcgraoh lines in- the country Such figures as thcse- serve to give an idea of the wastefu ness shown by tho drinking Amcr cuns fold the statistics are all tho moro rtling by the comparison1h- fags Herald Easy to Criticise It is easy to sit in the sunshine And talk to the man in the shade It is easy to float in a wentrimmcd- ooat And point out the places to wade- But onco wo pass into tho shaowsd Wo murmur and fret and frown- AmI our length from the bank we shout for a plank Dr throw up our hands and go down It is easy to sit in your carriage And counsel the man on fiQtj- But get down and walk and ou11 change your talk As you feel the peg in your boot- s1It easy to tell tho toiler low best he can parry his pack- But no ono can rate a burdens weight UntIl it has been on his back The upcurled mouth of pleasure Cnn preach of sorrows worthj- Bnt give it a sip and a wryer lip Vas never made on earth ErIArUJ1rEIt WILCOX Wishing you wish the world were hotter IDo Let me tell you what to do Set a watch upon your actions keep them always straight and true Hid your mind of selfish motives let your thoughts be clean and high- You can make a little Eden of the sphere you cccupv IDo wish the world were wiser Well suppose you hake the start By accumulating wisdom in the strap beak of your heart Do riot waste ono page on folly live to learn aud learn to live If you want to give men knowledge you must get it ere you give Do you wish the world were happy j Then remember ay by day Just to scatter seeds f kindness as you pass along the way J or tho pleasure of the ninny may be pfttimes to one As tho hand that plants the acorn shel ters armies from the sun Democratic Victory WH1TTBK Iir J IUBDOM HUDDLE y i Wiun election day came round It wad cold andbut little sum 1apa and I hooked up old Ilenry And rolled out for Number One And rolled out fur Number Ono alone We went a skipping and a flying We went a klpplug and a flying And when we jot to old Stanford All was looking fair Ed Minor and Turn Uankln Carried me In a chat Carried mo In a chair We went skipping and a flying Wo went a skipping and a flying And when the polls I entered- A ticket I dill holds I bunked It under tho rooster And that rooster did look bold And that rooster did look bold You may talk abut your scratchln Scratching bee of Out when i como to vote I vote democratic straight I vote Oumocrotlc straight Bo with Judge nape elected again Let us all shout The democrats won all around And tho republicans hit the coiling We will certainly raise the shout Wo will certainly raise the shout One man bolted and went plolDut ended Wo heard him heave a sigh We hoard him heavo a sigh And then we raised till shout And then we raised the shout So now the election Is over Let us yell and shout For democrats all got elected And the rods went up tbo spout Abd then we raised the shout And then we raised tho shout So now song Is ended About this and that Hurrah for the Interior Journal And all good democrats HEST REMEDY FOR DIAltUHO Some years ago while at Martlnsbu W Va I was taken with cholera morb rhlch was followed by diarrhoea Tho octets medicine did me no good I wa advised to got a bottle of Chamberlal Jolla Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined which I did aid It cured me sound and wellO A Morris Embresvllle Pa Sold by Craig A Mocker druggists Secretary of the Navy Long In bl annual report recommends three more Bttleahlpa two armored crullers eIx unboats three picket boats three raining iblp a collier four tugboat bd an acreage In the odlcert enlist meD and marines There li probably no dlieise more dls reeling and annoying than plies TAD ERs BCCKKYE PLK OlNTUCXT Is dally Turing cates of years standing of ItchI anll bleeding piles The cure begins on- tho first application a little pcrxreran makes the cure complete Price 60o In otlles Tube 75 cents Penny Drug hare Washington City has a Mr Greena pIe who runs a grocery and fruit star a Mr James F Oyster who dealt ox uslvcly In butter and OBITS and a Mr Needle who conducts a tailoring esta shin enI For all fivsh cuts or wounds either on- tbe human subject or on animals BAL LAUDS Ssow LINIMENT ia excellent whllo for corn huskers sprained wrist rbedwlro cuti and soros on working hOUfS It cannot be too highly commend Ii Price 23 and 60 cents Penny Dfug Store The State printing commission have awarded the contracts for tbe State Intlnc and publlsbln to George G Fetter of Loulsvlllo the Loulsvlll Paper Company and Henry Dacoo of Izabothtown ever try to coax a cued or cough net Iho remedy that unfailingly conquers botb DALtARUl IIOHEHOUXD SYRUP Is tbe great specific for all throat and lunlt troubles Price 25 and 60 cents Penny Drug Store A Chicago doctor needed two human- ears for a skidgrafting operation ID- aDlJwer to his advertisement three men- offercd to supply him at the rate or 1300 per ear- WHITES CnKAM VEBMIFOOK remove tho unhealthy tissue upon which worm thrlvej it brings and quickly a healthy condltlun of body whero worms cannot- exist Price 25e Penny Drug Store Former Chancellor M D Webb who wae disbarred from practicing his pro- feutoD by Chancellor Fisher In SlOltb- vllle Tenn has brought suit for 8100 000 damages 0II EttuiNr sweetens tho breath brightens Ihe eyes and clears the complexion without the slightest effects whatever aud- Ineures the natural bloom of llealt- Prlce60 cents Pennys Drug Store Tbe discovery has been made In- EDltlaDd It la said that the use fresh green violet leaves will cure- cancer Two children were burned to death at vatertowo Mass Thu li more Catarrh in this srcUon of the ceUDU than all otlierdlAea put together and lut few wu ION to be in snd doctonrroooueorItand by coniuntlr curs it prcoouDced It incurable Hclenccrnt a constitutions disease hu- uonrequlresconstltuuonsttreatmentl IIUI- Calarrb Cure A Co Toledo Ohio II the only conitlullonsl cur on lhe msrkst It Is Inlcrosllitlln dose sl0drops toa teaspoonful 1sctstrccil on Ihe blood and mucous surfaces ol the syt 1m They ollor ons hundred dollar lor soy case t to cure Bend lor IDd UxtlmonUlt Adolrelll FJ CIIENEYAWToldo0o- ld bJ druptIsla 75e lIalll Family 1gUs are the best FREE 5 FREE Ir Don fsU to ask for the Con hnorl anti Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPT Cuitoinor take notice that for every club lUrcbrof ONE entitles DOLLAK you to froto any Merchant whoso name appears A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT OF ONE nOLCA8U PtWCUASH VhlchthoywllUcceplfor5 cents on every who belong to this AMQ LAIC And tako notice that tho Merchants elation are tho most wide awake and keep the boat sleeks ot goods and their prices ate tbe lowest INTERIOR E C WALTON Proprietor FINK PUISTINO Severance ds SonsD Goods Notions Shoes anti Chcnlicas- ithcrs DrugsPennys Dnig Storo stn Furniture Co Furniture Carpets Higgins k McKinney e Groceries Hardware and Implements Gouts Furnisher II J McRobcrts 1ei Milliner neMiss U E L SinllnsCoal Dealer Jeweler William J A Allen it CoLtlllblCr Lamps room lamps 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS A CO We Will Take In Exchange Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock ofAll Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c lit highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford Get Rich i Others have done why cant you Deposit your with TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0 OF LEXINGTON KYa Hlioro It will be and Increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent + 11111tllll tIHI 114 HI 1- 149T 13kt 1 When you buy anything In rubbo goods It pays to got 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 goods that hardly resemble rubber Quality counts in this line and we an careful to buy of makers who have a reputation for turning high grade goods only You can have confidence In the rubber goods we offer no matter how low tbe price Bulb Syringes Fountain Syrlngea Hot Water Bottlea- CombInation Fountain Syringe and Hot Water Bottles Et- cPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky + tt I U tt + + + In order to make for our Full we offer the tallow fug to close t For money the safe ferior out FARM FOR SALE I The J It Napier farm mile from IIus tonvlllo Lincoln county 8t acres good grass and farming land 1lenty of walercreek well and never tailing spring Ono third cash yeataJAIKy Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Compsn1andlouily for M Yean Solicits Your Bank Account Bping mch metnalyDIR CTORS PtltOD J SrJA W Carprntcr W H Cumralni J E Lyon lIlIhaDb J F Cub J 1 Owsiej OFFICEB- OH8h mtiiJIJrU6t All Cash y