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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it SEMI ter WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IfVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1901 3 Phi NO 77 i NEWS NOTES Harvard defeated Yale 22 to 0 In a foot ball game Saturday The Brcalhltt county grand jury re turned over 100 Indictments 10 Clluton county J A Tompkins hot and killed Henry Johnson a Mrs George Dlrdwell Is Taylor vllloi first woman saloonkeeper Mra President Uooeovoll says she spends only 8300 a year In dresses Rye Altibrook a hotel proprietor at Hampton was found dead In bed Green Snow ono of the oldest nod best known citizens of Jackioo died of smallpox I A mob of Negroes took a Negro mur deror from a white officer near Shreveport La and lynched him An average of 300 rabbit a day has been shipped from Upton llardln county for the past two weeks The aggregate damage caused by great storm on the Atlantlo coast Is elI tlmated at over a million dollars Robbers at Armourdalo Kas put four men to sleep with knockout drops to a saloon robbed the placo and sot It j IYlna Brewer was convicted In tho Harlan circuit court of houtoburnlng and santeocedto the penitentiary for 10 years The grand jury at Memphis has la dieted Mrs Maud Emma Hooks a prominent woman for the murder or her husband Since Tuesday there have been In and around Yazoo City Miss three railroad wrecks three steamboat dls asters and two fires Mr Christiana Hacgerer an aged 4woman living at Uamburg on tho Lake N Y was tortured by robber who applied matches to her barn feet t AtPltuburg Kas the family of George Lane a prominent citizen aod church worker Is under arrest charg ed with systematic robbery of mar chants Tbo steamer Alerta from Oloogago Sublg Day to Manila with 200 paean gers Is believed to have been lost Several discharged American soldiers were on board- Followingt a family quarrel Robert Wllklng at Unlonvllle 0 shot and I mortally wounded Mr and Mrs Jacob Stokes his wifes parents and was killed by a son of Stokes A tenor stager of an opera company singing in St Louis has Instituted man idamn proceedings against the city and the smoke Inspector to compel the clarifying of the atmosphere so ho can sing Detectives Armstrong and Harding of Louisville have made claim to 81 000 of tho Oocbel reward fund claim tog to bavo secured the first clews for the conviction of Youuav Howard and Powers By agreement of attorneys the ap I peal of the Relnecko Coal Company for a permanent Injunction against the pu Ion miners of Hopkins county will bo argued before Judge Evans In Louis ville Dec 0 The administrator of Fannlo Wil lame an actress who was fatally Injur ed in her private car at Elizabolhlown by an L N freight backing Into It was awarded 111000 against that rail J road company Tbo Bourbon News has been leased for three years by Gtorgo D Mitchell of Paris The paper le owned by Swltj Champ son of tbo late Druca Champ who retires from active business on ao count of declining health Wm Bradley a prominent farmer and strike sympathizer was shot down In the streets of Madtsonvlllo by J W Hancock a policeman whoso wild shots wounded a small boy and a Ne gro bystanders Excitement Is so high that tho preliminary hearing of the minors under arrost was postponed Newell C Rathbun the bungling bad man was Indicted for murder on six counts by a special grand jury in Jet fereonvlllo and when arraigned he pleaded not guilty Tho body of Good man Ralhbuns victim was received In JcfTcrsonvlltc but the coroner was ordered not to open the collie except under tho direction of the court Mr Isador Raynor ttf Baltimore Rear Admiral Schleys chief counsel torI accept a fee for declined to present an expense account As a tokeu ot esteem and affection the admiral and his wife have present 1reart q Raynor with a gold watch and chain and Mrs Raynor with a brooch J of diamonds The camp of tbo union miners at Nortanvlllo was disbanded Sunday by J the civil authorltltes of Hopkins county supported by the militia under Adj Gun Murray No resistance was of Bred and 24 of the men who defied t County Judge Halls order Saturday to disperse were arrested but three of them escaped All the others bad slip ped away Tho tents wore taken down and the prisoners wero conveyed to Madlsonvlile whore they wero placed county jail The troops were fkept In the back ground and they wore S onlv needed to act as guards LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Bow Bolls sold for 93100 la Now YorkRoy S Deazley uow handling F Reids horses The winter yield of wheat for Kansas Is 90045614 bushels Craig Goocb sold to Henry Anderson a red heroics bull for 131 C Vanoy got six barrels and 02 pounds ot corn from five shocks Corn sold at 1340 per barrel at A W Robinson salo in Jessamine Pure bred Narragansett turkey for sale Mrs R C Hooker Stanford 2t Ed and N B Price of Gsrrard bought of J P Dullard 20 yearling cattle at 31o M J Farris bought 40 yearling and twoyearold cattle at Lancaster yes terday at about 3e Lewis L Dotya 00acro crop of corn averaged 10 barrels very probably the beet ylald In the county Colorado climate does not seem to agree with Crcsueui A mile In 210 was the best ho could do at Pueblo The ol1lclal estimate of the Texas cotton crop Is 2DOOXK bales or 800 000 less than the total product of the State In 100- 0During the last racing year W C Whitneys stables won 1104140 while John E Maddens winning amounted to only 8102855 Foreitus Reid sold to Farris k Denny two tbroeyearold mares end three threeyear old geldings for 81000 They are all by DorseyGolddust Geo D Wcathorford bought ot R 0 Nunnclley 75 barrels ot corn at 1275 S M Owens bought 27 bar refs of Mr Nunnelley at same Tbo Paris KentuckIan says that J W Ferguson sold to Jonas Wclhl 34 1350 vound rattle at 51o and Potts Grimes sold to Catesby Wooford 25 feeders at 825 Joe A Cohen has boon appointed so hailing agent for the new Central Stock Yards of Louisville being se lected out of a list of 30 applicants Woodford Sun Judge Sbaukelford Miller granted a temporary Injunction which requires the L ft N railroad to deliver to tbo Southern railway all cars of live stoolc destined to the Central stock yards Seven express cars full of dressed turkeys loft Paris Saturday for Boston and Philadelphia Each car contained 25000 pounds of turkeys and they were bought In Bourbon Nicholas and Flem log counties at 60 Douglas Thomas of Paris has developed over 100 horses In the 230 and 220 Mite Is ono of the hardest workers who sits In a sulky and has acquired considerable property through his ac tive method Ho brought out Iva Dee 21U and sold her at Detroit afte showing E E Smatbers a mile in 209 COUKT Thero were about 200 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday the greater part which sold Prices ranged from 2 t 3ic tho latter being for some good yearlings and two ycar olds Cows for beef purposes sold at 2c No good horses woro offered but a number of ordinary onta sold at 825 to 875 Mules wero sold at 150 to 1100 Lunsford Yandell formerly ot Louis yule In one of the largest owners ot land In Boyle or Mercer county He has bought the farm of Clay Mock eontsining 650 acres and adjoining the place ho already owned The price paid was 887 per aero About two week- ago Mr Yandell bought 118 acres from Jako Huguoloy This with his recent purchase gives Mr Yandell about 1 100 acres Elmondorf the handsome homo of Mr JD Haggln in Fayette Is cer tainly a wonderland Mr Haggln Is just finishing his 8250000 residence and It Is like entering a fairyland to visit the placo The farm contains 5 000 acres has an electric plant that lights the houses and barns There Is a magnificent laundry and this and tho grist mill that grinds the feed for tho hundreds of thoroughbreds Shorthorn cattle and Shetland ponies is run by electricity At the porter lodge Is a largo crescent of the stars and night Is made gorgeous In Its magnificence Mr Haggln Is rated nt 830000000 JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL The llltio daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ton penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one halfway through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain tad disappeared and no more suffering was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no diatom fort Mr Powell Is a well known merchant of Forkland 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 Hocker druggists Tho Bank of Liverpool of Liverpool England was victimized by a trusted bookkeeper to the extent of possibl 1800000 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J R Oath familiarly known alI Undo Rolllo is dead In Wayne county Chas O Glass has been appointed postmaster at Camp Nelson Jeesamlaa countySixty cases are on the docket of the Federal court which begun at London yesterday Dr Samuel I Fox brother of Attor ney C C Fox of Danville Is dead at Willis Texas At Flat Lick Sam Early shot and ee rlnusly wounded Frank Farley over an old grudge Central University defeated the Avondale Athletic eleven 5 to 0 at Dan Vllle Saturday afternoon Marlon Chltwood and Richard Jones arc under guard at WlI1lam burg charged with killing Rufus Angel The Harrodsburg Democrat la au thority for tbo statement that Leo Boone of Mercer killed six owls at one shot An unknown admirer stole a photo graph of Miss Bessie Dunlap ot Danville from the Asmus studio on Fourth Avenue Louisville By a singular coincidence four men each of whom bad lost his left eye mot 00 ho First National Bank corner Uarrodsbug Democrat John T Smith a miner at Jclllco killed his soninlaw M Starr with a batcbot Starr It is alleged was beat Ing Mrs Starr and Smiths wife when Smith returned home The Geary Oil Companys No 1 on the Lester farm atSuanybrook Wayne county which was shot the other day that was a 10 barrel well before shoot log has since been making 125 barrels per day At a Negro festival at Needmore Shelby county general fight occurred In which Mike RIcket colored was Instantly killed and Bob Vandyke an other Negro was so badly wounded that he died A Somerset dispatch says that Geo W Watt and R G Hall president and cashier of the defunct Somerset Na tional Banking Company were grant cd a change of venue to Laurel county by Judgo Morrow they having filed at fidavlt that owing to the prejudice against them they could not obtain a fair trial In that county- MATRIMONIAL E M Shelley cashier of the flank of Buroside and Mite Dora Harrison of Albany will marry Dec 4 An Anderson Tod would bu groom bad his marriage postponed a week be cause his wedding suit Will stolen The engagement Is announced ot Miss Elsie Gaylord Louisville and brokerrIt Is announced that tbo wedding of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky and Mrs Mary A Blackburn will occur In Washlngaon Deo 10 Chlcago fllctcd with a lamp In the hands of An drew bland her lover A viotent quarrel between Queen Wllbelmlna and Prince Henry her husband Is sold to bo responsible fa the Queens serious condition Cleveland Cummins aged 10 was shot and perhaps fatally wounded his home In Mercer wbllo handling gun which was accidentally dlsibarged James Adair a young farmer living at Kaskaskia III who has been mar hlethird matrimonial venture taking wife 10 years his enlor who has also been married three times LIE STEAL DRJNK AND SWEAR There Is a newspaper in Kansas whoso motto Is Lie Steal Drink and Swear and It la thus explained by the editor When you He let It bo down to pleasant dreams when you steal let It be away from Immoral associates when you drink let it be pure water when you swear lot it be that you will patronize your home paper pay your subscription and not send your job work away from bomo1t BEST REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA Somo years ago while at Martlnsburg W Va I was taken with cholera machos which was followed by diarrhoea The doctors medicine did me no good I wan advised to got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I did and It cured me sound as wollItG A Morris Embreavillo Pa Sold by Craig Hocker druggists The John GrUllth Co which plays Pearl la tied up In Lexington H L Llnok too musical director and Nolle St Clair who played minor parts in the company bad attachments servo ed on the companys scenery claiming that salaries had not boon paid accord fag to contract Llnok wens arrested charged with grand larceny ho having refused to turn the music over to tbo manager One of the heaviest snowstorms for years has been prevailing at Oakland sumymil of toe Allesrhnnv Thanksgiving IgOl The Lord hath been our strength and shield Our faithful friend and guide Hath granted ylnld from vice and field Rich comfort to provide Our feet He leads Through verdant mends The living streams beside And for HIs love we homage pay To Him this blest Thanksgiving Day With swelling song and glad acclaim We come from fields and marts To magnify His holy name With humble thankful hearts Through all the years His help appears With love that neer departs For this we come and gladly lay Our tributes this Thanksgiving Day For all the Lord oath done for us We chant a glad refrain sunFromOur Shepherd guide Whateer betide His love will stilt remain And bowing at Gods throne we pray His blcsslcgs this Thanksgiving Day Will M Maupin LANCASTER Revival services begin at tbo Baptist church tonight Gen Gentry passed through our city with bis dogs a few days since en route to Crab Orchard Springs to join in the big beagle fox hunt The foundation for the Presbyterian parsonage is nearly completed This bids fair to be one of tbo most attractI- ve buildings in town If tbo plans are fully carried out- Everything Is very quite since the election Republicans are too sore to make a fuss and democrats so well sat lifted with the present state of affairs that they too keep quiet The exchange conducted by the Ladles Aid Society will be opened tomorrow Wednesday afternoon instead of Saturday afternoon Tills Is In or der to supply the wants of the patrons for Thanksgiving Tbe remains of Mr N B Adams formerly of this county but who died at the Lakeland Asylum were hrougnt hero for burial Friday Mr Adams was 48 years of age with no family He leaves quite a handsome estate sit uated in Lincoln county Hon George T Farris Is receiving a great deal of encouragement in his race for president of the Senate Being such an earnest worker for the good ot the people Mr Farrla deserves and la pretty sure to have conferred upon him the honor ot presiding over too actions of the Senate Miss Hells Arnold has returned from a delightful visit to Nlcholasvllle Messrs John E tel and James Hatcher left today for Graesey Lake Arkansas whore they will engage In business Mrs J H West la very III at her homo near Hyattsville Mrs J W Poor re turned Saturday from Denting N M bringing her son Casey Owsley who Is quite ill arrestedrcrap Sunday The parties confessed and a fine of 123 each was Im Lavenderutent to Also Matt Eason and Sal lie Reid colored were Aced 125 each He arrested seven colored men for beingaterror to and the people are highly pleased with his services The oyster supper given by tbe Christian Endeaver al too Mason Hotel Friday evening was a success both financially and otherwise Some 75 or 80 persons were present and all report a delightful time After supper was served too young people spent the remainder of too evening in social eojoy moot Excellent music was furnished by some of the young ladles Some thing more than 120 was taken in at the door leaving quite a neat little sum to go toward repairing apd remodeling the Christian church to which cause tbo proceeds will be devoted The people ot this acd adjoining counties anticipate In the Old Fid dlers Contest to be given at Garrard Opera House on Thanksgiving eve slag ono of the most attractive enter Lancasterd t whom are among the very boat old tlmo musicians to be found In this part ot the State The rates of admission are very reasonable and a great nura her of tickets have already been sold All lovers of music should attend as they are sure td get their moneys worth IB addition to helping along a rood cause Proceeds to go for the benefit ot the Lancaster Commercial Club Out this out and take it to Craig Rockers drug store end get n true sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the ap RegularI 7 p 1Jt Quality and Value II bicusj L t sortment in our lines of Suits and IfIIIj IT d J t PAYS TO TRADE AT tTHE GLOBEJIIJ Merchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing c Your money back If youre nol satisfied Danvillarp 8ff14 lts y va e P y Suspendersxej 4 iltZl The Harris t Suspender i cilr The only Suspender made covered by a Guarantee + The Straps the Button Holes the Ends the Buckles 31 a ire aTatt t+ Illy 05 To last as long as the ribbon and should they foil to do so we will i ID Ji cheerfully give another pair of suspenders Prices 25 and covers all prices Sold 1- 1Y yonlyby the Oath dealer W H J McROBERTS tWe dt e 4r 4e ikspies rsk It t t15fa 0 r 9e aeN t dti1 44 0 flp If N fGfj bW oy 1 b f Overcoats SUITS Boots Shoes Felt Boots UnderIwear Gloves c Everything for winter wear at IiiWHEN y YOU WANT 100 CENTS WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im plements Etc Etc FOR LOO CO TO t Higgins L McKinneM STANFORD KENTUCKY r1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON iUllrotd Conirolnloner for the M Dlidltobject to the will of ihe democracy THE following from tho Indianapolis Sun a republican paper shows tha oven some republicans In tho Hoosier State think Durbin Is capable of mak r Ing a mistake Gov Durbin lost ble head when be sent to Kentucky a let ter of refusal In which bo sought to t pose tho shortcomings of the courts of Kentucky and accused Judge Cantrll t of making strained rulings and Instruc- i lions In order to advance his Candida cy for the United States Senatorehlp A brief statement that request for re qulsltlons had been denied because be felt that the aroused could not yet re celve a fair trial would have beet enough and would not have exposed as his letter did expose him to the charge of partlsanlsm WITH democratic county officer elected for four years hence Hon M F North In the Legislature Hon G T Farris In tho Senate Hon G O Gilbert In Congress Joe C S Blackburn In the U S Senate and Gov Mc Creary on his way Lincoln county democrats are feeling pretty well thank you and are not worrying about the republicans having a president who Is making himself famous by din Ing Negroes at his private table EDITOR JOHN M ALLEN of the Cynthlana Democrat declined the appointment as private secretary to Con gressman J N Kehoo and ex State Senator John Johnson of Lawrence was named Every newspaper man In the State will learn with pleasure that Mr Allens crisp editorials will not be discontinued and will congratulate him on sticking to a business for which bo- Is so eminently well fitted A WASHINGTON dispatch says that nearly toll the chalrmaaihlps of the House committees will remain un changed In the new Congress and the changes In membership will be slight The new democratic members will stand a better chance for recognition than republicans owing to the policy of giving the minority representation on all committees IT Is rather out of ordinary to get out an Injunction to prevent a man from attending church but that was done In the wicked city of Chicago the other day The pastor of the Holy Name Cathedral filed suit for an In junction to keep the Rev Jeremiah J Crowley the excommunicated priest from attending services In the cathe dral eweIT will be average editor to learn that the Central Passen ger Association makes the official an nouncement tbat passes will be abol ished Jan 1 Planking down three cents per mile will be pretty tough for the boys and it will have a decided tendency to make them love homo more or stay at home more any way CHARLES GIGANTE was fined 125 and sent to jail for 30 days at Akron 0 for posing as a single man When be serves his sentence and his wife gets through with him he will know better than do such a silly thing again 4ITwill take only 60 votes to nominate Gov McCreary for U S Senator on the first ballot Thats dead easy The Madison county statesmen just as well l be packing his trunk to go to Wash ington now- WHILE enjoying your turkey Thurs day dont forget the many poor people In town and country wbo are without food Try and make a few sad souls happy on the good Thanksgiving THE Owensboro Messengers Sunday supplement Is Indeed a thing of beauty Brer Woodson Is one of those gentle men who goes a catln In earnest when i he goes at all t IT is probable tbat Senator Jo C S Blackburn will lead the minority In the next Senate No man In the country could better represent the democratic party THE Democrat finds it necessary to make the statement that the paper has neither been sold nor changed bands and that It is there to stay OF the many things to be thanklul for this Thanksgiving democratic sue cess of just three weeks ago today is by far not the least THE Ellzabethtown News has just celebrated Its 34th birthday and like k wine It grows bettor with ago POLITICAL Congress will be asked to make a re- ductiont In postage rates The United States government has taken charge of the Isthmian transit George W Greenup of Paducahhas FirstidistrictJudge Pryor thinks the next Legis lature will pass a bill appropriating 11000000 for a now capitol- erwiwawe in tS HOTEL BELMONT WILLIAMSBURG KY The elegant now hotel that Messrs J HI Owens it Son of this place have just taken charge of Hon Vincent Rorolnir announced In a speech In Leslie county hUcanildnc to succeed himself in Congress L Karem was pentencsd in tbrr months In jail with a tOOO floe far In llmldailng voters In Louisville William Gwln who for 30 yeall served as chief messenger to the seen tarp of State at Washington Is dead The report of tbo Philippine Con mission upon which Congress Is expected to base legislation arrived In Washington by special messenger Gen Dan R Collier of Lancaster has written a letter to republican leaders asking their support In the survey orshlp fight C M Barnett looks like a winner Bradley Is again heralded as the Warwick of Kentucky politics Brad ley la always at the top when the re publicans are In the slough of despond Owensboro Messenger Tbo treasury department has received through the New York Collec tor of Customs a contribution of 918 660 to tho conscience fund the larg oat contribution of the kind on record If William Goebel had been a repub lican and If Taylor were a democrat does any one imagine for a moment that Gov Durbin would be so wonderfully concerned about the kind of jus tice meted out In Kentucky BryanV Commoner Contest suits have been tried In Todd county for tle offldes of county judge county clerk county attorney and school superintendent Two maglsle rial contests have already been flied and M V Lyon the republican noml nee for representative has suet County Clerk Dickinson for damages- In the constitutional convention at Richmond Va an amendment was adopted providing for tbo compulsory education of children between elgh and 13 years of ago unless excused bj the local school authorities A eeciloi providing for separate schools foi whites and blacks was unanimous adopted Judge Brecklnrldge In office as well as throughout his life has conducted himself with honor and has made a model attorney general In retirement he may We assured be has the respec sad sympathy of a great majority of Kentuckians who will be only too iliad tQ honor him In the fulure Paducat Newe Democrat THIS AND THAT Jonestown Miss was practical wiped out by fire Iredel Wright has been appointed joatmasterat Randall Pulaski county The residence of J G Miller burned tPlttsburg and his tour daughter lerished Joseph Flasher the New York music jmpoeer died from an operation for corn on his toe- ExPresident Cleveland is laid up- with a severe cold but the dispatches sav he is Improving L N stock went up to 1091 on the New York stock market yesterday but ater declined to 1081 Dr J H King one of the oldest and Iest known citizens of Princeton was ound dead in bill bed James Murphy of Fayette sold tc lobe Jacob Astor of New York four iboroughbred brood mares for 110000 Pretty Miss Helen Vanderbilt Wack rman of New York Is raving mad and tried to kill a trained nurse in Condon The general merchandise store of W D Tarter at Tarter Casey county was obbed and burned Lou 4000 Insurance 82000 Alexander D Anderson a well known Washington lawyer drowned itmself to end his sufferings from atom ich trouble- A Richmond dispatch says Reports lave come tbat smallpox has broken out at Red Lick in this county and ie authorities bavegono to quarantine that section of the county At Mlddlcsboro John Holt and Geo Bull quarreled and Holt walked off When ho was 60 yards away Bull fired at him Holt ducked and was struck In tbo nose the bullet piercing the irldge The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland has sued Claude Cblnn clerk of Fayette county on anoto for 89401 78 less credits of 81300 The amount represents the shortage In bis office for which tho company was surety At Cleveland a judge discharged a nan who admitted be bad stolen from ho Standard Oil Company on the rouno that that great corporation had obbod the people and It was stolen property tbat the prisoner had taken n elatin to have scon a white Illunttril Wllltamsburg wells came In yesterday In the Sunnynroolr field iu Wayne county While HU actor In n Chicago theater was dogleg a eons reuardloir Admiral Scoluy sod the battle of Santiago more than half the audience rote and cheered Because of numerous burglaries at Newport the business men aro arrang loll to bold an Indignation mooting to demand a snakeun In tho police force Sunday three masked men entered The Mint u gaming resort at Chick asha I T ordered all present to hold up their hands nod carried oil 8700 In currency Rev Peter Vinegar the Lexington preacher was the only occupant of a police station early this afternoon He was charged with be log drunk says the Leader The breaking up of tbo union miners camp at Nortonvllle and the arrest of some of the men found therein has had little effect upon the union miners as they have reestablished the camp at NortonvllleCHURCH MATTERS The DOW Catholic church at Pine vllle was dedicated Sunday The meeting at the Christian church at Paris closed with 51 additions The meeting at Central Christian church Lexington closed with 04 ad dlllons Rev S M Bernard two week meeting at Luillow resulted In CO con versions Elder J T Sharrard declined a callas pastor of Cane Ridge church for next year There have been 51 additions to the Carlisle Christian church In tho past two weeks Oscar Letcber of Henderson won the annual declamatory coolest at Cen tral University Cynthlana Christian church has bad 20 additions during the present pro tracted meeting Rev W E Arnold will preach a Thanksgiving sermon at the Baptist church Thursday morning Rev T M Green of Grcensburg will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening The United Stales Consular repre tentative at Sofi has received another letter from Miss Stone who states she Is well There will be a Thanksgiving SOl vice at the Christian church Boston vllle Tnursdar at 10 A M Elder B J Plnkerton pastor preaching the ser mon The Rev Dr Gunsaulua declares I do not believe there Is an agency more destructive of soul mind and body or more subversive of good morale than the clgareltd He says it Is ono main cause of suicide In Chicago See the gobblers feathers gay Spread In gorgeous colors After next Thanksgiving Day Theyll be feather dusters Philadelphia Press I A LIBERAL OFFER The undersigned will give a free sac pie of Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tablets to anyone wantlnga reliable rem edy for disorders of the stomach billets ness or constipation This a new come dy and a good one Craig Hocker druggists Small Farm For Sale Farm ot 22 acres two miles from Crab Or chard on Lancaster pike for sale Good dwelling and outhouses Stephen Zimmerman Crab Orchard K- yEstray Steer A black and white spotted iteer came to my farm Nov 0 Will weigh about lbs Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keel O L utb Gllberts Creek Ky Strayed or Stolen Five head of horsea conslitlng of gray saddle mare with bay colt brown mare bay horse colt 1 Mused from iny place on Poor Ridge darrard county Friday night the 22d Any Information thankfully received JAS LITTBKLL gtono ICy DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Loutsrlllo will be at St Asapli HotelStnnford Wednesday December 18 One day examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hour 0 a m to i p m yw tfii wzt its worw1s + e We Are Still At IttatuaaIws slttttela We are still grinding out more Bargains and Bigger Values every day Let your exectactions be ever so high theyll be fully realizedirstarswIlrarttraetewS2 Fur Scarfs OSc Misses 50c Union Suits 25c 1 Blankets ut JOe Ladies 25o Vents 15c GOc Table Linens 25c liens 50c Jersey Ribbed Fleeced Underwear 25- esstaawrraeaetraLrslr tttt Nice Cloth Capes trimmed in fur worth 150 at 49c All 2 and 3 double capes OSo Childrens Long Clonks 1 quality 10c Childrens 250 cloaks at OSc Ladies 4 Fur Collarettes reduced to 198 Ladies 5 Collarettes cut to 348 seeratltnrloelrwas sutsirarUlAUtaBoys liens 750 Overcoats Yens Ulsters 298 Boys Rector Coats 148 Mens 150 Pants 98c Mens Cape geLretasnlaaHeavy Comforts cotton ting worth heavy Comforts largo enough Heavy Outing Flannels worth 5c- Amoakcng Gingham Good Buttons Shirting Shoes Boots And Rubbers Compare prices with those of any other house in town and sec how much money we Suva you Ladies fine nnd coarse shoes worth 150 to 2 at G9c Ladies fine and coarse shoes worth 250 at liens heavy brogan shoes full stock worth 175 at OSc Mens high top shoes worth 250 fens good boots worth 200 nt 128 We havo a full line of ladies tad Rubbers nnd Arctics ISO liens Felt Boots nt HALF PJMCE THE LOUISVILLE STOREISnlingcr Bros Prors Wholesale anti Retail Stanford Ky d PUBLIC SALE Haying sold outwe will sell on Thursday Doo 19 1901 to the hl4hnt Lidder at Mar Orote mile from DanTllle on the Danville and 17eaunt Ulll turnpike our entire lot Trotting 01Iabout M hud 12 brood ldIDC11nilby such urr aaMweBEtr Chief Mlinc VentUMD IMnca Chant Ceclllan 114 Chief Alllewood etc Among three younptrri are cU all Indlrldiiala aa we we In1lhntoallOmeUrote Will Mil also eTtrythlna pertaining lo training taMe carlO aulklea barneu toot tic Smilk rows S ralvra 200 Mml ol corns very large rkka of tplendld haphrdag Imile mania erery n Ityucb U mown drill hay rakea corn planter wagons plow In tact everything farm 4u0 tedar poau for plank nd pot ralllnc fence aim lot of aawed plank and flat rail fur aame lot ol lumber Household and kltcha turnitureernythlr willhavemade known on day of tale Dinner on the Cot T J MOCK T D KoglUb Auctioneer Will allO offer at lAme time and place the Pis tlllerr properlyrontalolagSactaofland a large warehouse icale LooM ant everything pertaining thereto ill la good order Capacity SW uihlaJI Admr Lincoln County National Bank CapItal Stock 100WO tor to The Farmer Sank A Trust Ooapia and under same management continu ouily for U Years Solioits Your Bank Aoopunt lisping inch builnM relation will prose motto Ij benenclal aod pleas DIR XTTOKSl Patton J 8 Ole Sr X N Menefee A W W mumwinJ S H Shank J F Cub J B bwley OFFICERS H Shank President J UOwl rCuhlnW M UrII t Ant Cash MakeYour Trips Over TheFastest Time Best Service I t 1U8I7 nt 3 nt at 2 Heavy Macintosh nt 128 ttw artar lata- pure whito Ltd r I 1 at 4Gc Extra to litany bed worth 125 nt 70c 7 l2o at I Apron fie Pearl at 6c lest 7 12 Cotton goes at 5o rrlt safltl ewra tlss our can 98c at 148 mats machinery See The POiQt If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to have SPECTACLESfl 1 To see the point it is neces sary to have correctly fitted Spectacles To Spectaclesit Craig Hocker Who readytoStyle and Fit of all Glass es they sell Prices Range From SOcts To 810 t The world is moving and so are we We Must Sell comaandgetanyNow it the time to make 50 cents buy f worth of good The Racket Store Stanford Prlcos Low JA COB CINSBUrtC Proprietor For tale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Sprint Haeon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac f QC TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Pa Linseed Oil Paint Neals- Varnish and per White Lead Ready Mixed Carriage Paint Varnish Stains THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f I STANFORD KY NOY0 1001 fTnytho Judpo Tall clear for a choice emoko al Penny Drug Storo Quit proscription work li uniurpaM 4 IeonysDruPERSONALS KDWAKD COOVKK lain tho Wc t Knd laying birds Mil R II IUTSON of Lanca ter Sundayf vUllcd relatives at Klrksvlllo lost week r MISS DOHA lUUQIlMAN II ylaitlo- v Mrs Mopllo Fox In Danvlllo WILL SEVKrtANOB will no to Clncln natl tonight to buy more good Mils W H SHANKS has returned from a vial 10 her parent In Mndleon A H SKVKHANCE will try formIng next year Ho will likely go to Jesia mine MKO S llounns tae moved hli family from Rowland to Wallacotoo Madison county Mn AND MRS IIORACB BROWN are spending tbo vrcelc with hit parent ID New Albany Ind MIlS STELLA MCCLARY elosol bet very successful school at White Oak Friday afternoonneMRS up I dlcsboro Sunday to vllt her daughter I Mr Matt Wood Ion I MRS GEORGE C KELLER JR wee to Lexington Sunday to spend a few f days with her husband MRS J W ALCORN and Miss Kate left yesterday for Si Louts to visit Mr and Mrs O T Lackey Louts Uussivo WAS so unfortunate as to fall from a wagon and break bis arm Somerset Republican MRS ALIIERT n SEVERANCE of Stanford U tbo guest of Mrs John Kmbry Lexington DemocrataMR G A PEYTON has rented the J D Owens property on Lower Main an will move his family to It Friday Mns W G LACKEY of St Louts Is visiting her parents Mr and Mr Harry VlntcrsmltbLou Crltlo Mil J K CHRISTIAN left Saturd for Boston to dlkpovo of tbo 3000 tut keys ho bad sent there by express Tim Daughters of tbo Confederacy will meet with Mr J S Owsloy jr Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock MR S II HOOT la remitting for his I J to June 1003 orders the paper changed from DoMossvlllo to Coving WnMit 8 R COOK and family will move to town from Cooks Springs this week and occupy the Stone proiierty on Lo AvenueIt A FARRAR J V Yin and John A Ilarbough of Lexington spool several days with J H Roach at Cooks Springs nMtliY TOMLINSOV of Lancastert WM taken seriously 111 at Lexington and was brought homo Sunday Kbeu matlsm Is his trouble CLELLAND EASTLAND of Lout vllle spent several days with his par cots hero IIo was accompanied by bis friend Mr Jesse Cbrlslor Miss WIIITLYB MURPHY found tho spectacles bdvertlsed In this paper that were lost between this place and Huston 4 1 vllle An ad In this paper pays r Mn J S WELLS has presented tbo reading rooms of Kentucky Institu for Deaf Mutes with over 100 copies of tho works of standard authors Advo cate A TELEPHONE message from Danv11 this morning gave the Information that a little daughter bad just arrived further bless the union of Mr and Mt- t Montlo Fo- xMrsits R U AND W A PETTUS will move from the Gilbert Creek lee tton this week to the farm they bought near Moreland Mr J D Dalton moves to tho placo tho above gentlemen vacate Tim INTERIOR JOURNAL has few better friends than Mr W H Furr of S Flat Woods Garrard county He never loses an opportunity to say a good wo for the paper and has secured It mat now subscribers Mns ELLEN OWSLEY POOR and Messrs Commodore Grainger and Ca soy Oweley of Lancaster returned Saturday from Doming N M where tho latter gentleman has been for eev eral years In search of health which we regret to say ho did not find B THE following gentlemen seleQ as jurors In tbo Federal court whit began at London yesterday took Sun days passenger for that place Messrs IS J Embry W D Routt W L Da ton J R Hales Dink Farmer H Darnt J A Singleton and W R Cook Miss JENNIE B PENCE who is vii Itlng her cousin Miss E slo C Kldd of S Avoca Ky attended tbo Burnett Bookley wedding Wednesday at high noon and was also present at the re ceptlon given by Capt and Mrs Geo Bockloy at their beautiful homo Friday evening 1Fn1ENDS of Mr W K Shugars formerly of the McKinney section but S who recently bought an interest In Frlsblos drug store at Lancaster trill i be glad to learn that he la doing nice ly He and his partner have ono of the drug stores In the State and V fudging from the amount of business wore havo a C I veritable goldmmineeInrItaybay ShelbyMltslives in Danvlllo Dn W H RYALS of Richmond Is with Rev R B Mohdnv Miss DAISY VANDEVEER returned from Louisville this afternoon BrFredOwsloy ATTORNEYS 9 w MCCLURE and J W Drown were hero from Mt Vernon yesterday TILE Reading Club will meet wit Miss Ophelia Lackey Saturday noon at 2 oclock MESDAMES NANNIE LOOAN and R O Rockery who have been visiting ref strives bore returned to Kansas City tergLOCALS FINEST lino of lamps over In town a Oeorgo H Farrls Cos HOUSE AND LOT rait SALE In Woe torn part of Stanford Mrs Frances A MershonWWE will buy a hundred bushels of millet seed If offered promptly J Q Baugbman k Co I Foil THANKSOIVINU Cranberries citron currants seeded raisins etc John Bright Jr d Co HILL James Hill aged48 died ar Highland of paralysis Saturday and was burled Sunday I Ttcheap for cash J H Baughman Co DEC 20 Reuben Quinn tbo Ng who killed Policeman Crum at flat- le yu will pay tbo penalty with bis Ufa Dee 20 l MR J W LOCKRIDUE of HuitOQ vllle llano of tbo Incorporators of a stave company organized to do business Junction City bdwho U a twin has a twin walnut twin earl of corn and twin cymllngs which grow on his pinto this year oysterscalory all kinds paddlogarod e giving dinner George U Farrla it C foREMEMIIER that Among tbo Break ere will bold the boards at Walton Opera House Thursday ovenlng next Go and spend a couple of hours Dojo ably TELL the people about your Christ mal goods through tbo INTERIOR JOUR NAL By far the cheapest and best frocom now WRIOIIT Gcorgo Wright oldest son of Winter Wright of the West End after a protracted Illness died Saturday and was burled Sunday after noon In tbo cemetery at Hustonvlllc Eld B J Pinkerton conducted the funeral serylce ATTORNEY GENERAL R J BREc INRI DOE tells the Advocate that tb his attorneys a petition for a rehearing would be flied In the PrattBrcckln ridge case In the event a rehearing Is not greeted ho will return to Dan vllle and resume tbo practice of law r l t0Hows Tins Y Tho Harrodsburg Democrat says A gentleman from t Grapevine neighborhood tells us that 00labis xtoo at opouumee out SALE ov PINt AQE FARM Pink Cottage farm will than hands at public auction tomorrow the probability Is there will bo bap hero from several counties Lot of feed cattle etc will also be sold b J E Farris Is preparing a big dinner for the sale crowd cotsypatrons at Liberty next Monday first day of circuit court If you are behind on your subscription meet him there prepared to liquid and if you need printing of any kit at lower prices than offered elsewhere dont tall to see him CHANOK OF SCU UUMLENO25 tbo Loulevllble of 1230 No 26 the morning Louisville passenger arrives at 230 Instead of CIJparts at 155 A M instead of 2 10ohThorn Is no change In tho train tweeD hero and Richmond bylimitationTanker ley charged with breaking In acquittedIperemptory instructions Roecoo a Arthur Blankonsbip and John Chap poll were fined 820 each for disturbing religious worship On account of the crowded condition of the Houses Reform Buena Vista Compton tv hoD tbeCyear In the penitentiary Alfred who was given a sentence Friday for killing Sam live more also colored at Crab Orchard was granted a now trial- I A LOT of now corpora and rugs at Bcazloy do Hays HENS WANTED I want to buy GOO bens at onto Mark Hardln SEE stove wlih fiveyear guaraniee back before buying John ight Jr k Co It FARMERS Please turnour wheat sacks or call and pay for them J H Baughman fc Co millers hbuorders that day J H Baughman Jr Co T LEAVE your orders with Higgins McKinney Wednesday for groceries etc for Thanksgiving day Their ho use will be closed ThursdayIti thistRead It this isetie and nosh succeeding ono and you will reako money by it HANDSOME GUTMr John E right the Danville monument man presented Sexton John Williams and wife with a 150 monument on the GOth anniversary their marriage OIL AT FEETDryJ C Barker secretary and treasurer of the C plreekfew mornings since that good trace of oil was found at a depth of 280 feet BLACK CAIEI can eave you both trouble and money by making pots or Christmas bias yo1ti Meier roGOOD DINNER Mr J E Farris will sot a good dinner at bin salo at Pink Cottage tomorrow Fallvwla Is a part of the menu Soup hoof mutton broads coffee fruits e Everybody Is Invited LAWSON Thewife of John Law nn dish yesterday of consumption and will e burled at Gosbos church this uficr Huts1 children are left to feel the loss of a good mother TAXES Your taxes are poet duo and If they aro not paid by Dec 1 I will be compelled to advertise your property or sale Save yourself the humiliation and me the unpleasant duty of taking this stop by getting your tax receipt at once S M Owens Sheriff yPROF L R HUGHES closed his Otb term as teacher of the Rowland school Friday afternoon last when his patrons and pupils set an excellent dinner him and his slater and assistant MI Myrtle Hughes This Is one of tb bet schools In tbo county and Pro Hughes is due much of the credit for making it such Two houses and lots In Stanford to bo sold at 1 oclock county court day In December Sale in front of court house One lot has two dwellings and necessary outbuildings Situated near Morris Freds mill The other lot ls on paid WIA Tribble Attorney 4h A FRIEND of the young lady sends us the following Miss Minnie Eubanks closed her school in District No6I Friday A bountiful dinner waesprci and iho many friends and patrons pros AfterIa u MillIOIL AT 382 FEET Owners of aW in tho Beaver Creek Oil k Oas Co were notified yesterday that a 20 bar cal flow of oil was struck at 382 feet and as ofIof Uusoreer treere company Welch and Sheriff S M Owens of Stanford are directors questionsty of lion City and Shelby City are connect cd by an electric railroad A company has been organized for that purpose bed00 aro F Anderson C R McDowell Harry Wlsemen Guy E Wiseman Jr A Robertson Samuel Lyons M J Fan Is and W J Price The capital stock Iho company atllG per share will 110000 with the privilege of Intro 3 lag to 100000 LanCeetdoor an k Following gentlemen compose tho grand jury D M Lear Curtis Pear L K Perkins John K Sutton Henry Paulson John G Doty C C Booker Jack Adams John L Coldlron Dsv Thompson J S Johnson and Brig fatstdT o O Hill R M Robinson W M Ma ban Leander Davidson C W Anderson J N Denny John Robertson Ford A W Kavonaugh John H P Jennings M G Aldrldgc W J Roman T S Miller Richard McUralb Jr Geo Bourne M Rout Perry Naylor T J Hatcher M Johnson A B Ely J B Parks B F Alone D M Lackey LOT handmade harness J 0 Mo Clary It perdozenWROUGHT Iron Ranges coit60 used only ono year for solo for 125 T JI Hill Jr- MOST stores will close Thanks giving so you had better do your shopping today and tomorrow t AM now in full charge of lobe meat siness I boughlof O P Huffman and I solicit a share of your patronage promising the bet tenderest and freshest meats the market affords Booker WllklnsonItTo HUNTERS Mr J H Albright proprietor of tbo Albright Hotel at Brodbcad writes that game la plentiful and that ho can accommodato bunters well and cheaply Mr Albright also runs a livery stable and can fur nish bunters with teams A LETTER from Edwin Sexton who with his company war billed to present liMy Uncle from Now York hero Fri day night last says that owing to an accident to ono of the members of the company ho was compelled to cancel- shi date Danvlllo people who saw the ay thorn can best appreciate this FINE CATTLE Mortal eye never rested on a finer lot of cattle than those Mr T L Carpenter of the West End ofItAngus breed They are only poundBMrt 5c for Lehman and they will go across the briny deep Cragb a suttees toward Implies and iho lovers of the pport aro there with their dogs from many counties Gen Gentry Is thorn in all his glory with a dozen or so beagle bounds a taU dozen foxes ODd bis great jack rabbit Admiral Schley Mine Host Willis Is caring for his guests most excellently and everybody Is bay lag a good time IP you want to spend Thanksgiving evening pleasantly go to Waltons Op era Houso that evening and see Among the Breakers presented by the following cast of characters David Murray keeper of Fairpolnt Light L R Hughes Larry Divine Murrays as sistant Winfred Portman Hon Bruce Hunter a retired lawyer Robt Colby Clarence Hunter Hunters ward Sam Severance Peter Paragraph a newt paper reporter George Sautley Scud Shankseeyoung StarfAnna Darsi Mother Carey a reputed fortune teller Miss Ella May Saunders Biddy Dane an Irish girl Miss Myrtle OBannon PINK COTTAGE FARM I For Salo At Auction Having purchased property in Danville and having decided to move to that 1 will sell Pink Cottage Farm at public sac tion Wednesday November 27 adPink Cottage farm Is located ono mile from Stanford on the Hnttonrllla pike and countyIthigh state of cultlraUon At present TO acres are In wheat 30 In meadow 51 In blue grass an J BO acres will bo ready for corn next spring At the same time aid place will bo five head of work mules a lot akof choice horns several much cow 30 head of short yearlings lot of twoyear nld cat tie 300 bales of hay 000 bales of straw 800 shocks of fodder 200 barrels of corn and all- tarmlDg implements Sale will begin promptly at 30 A tt Terms on arm cash balance one two and three years with 6 per cent interest Pos will be given Dec I 1901 T D 4English auctioneer J E FARUIS Stanford Ky southdope llllllltltllllllllllII nneT 130 a 1e ff fk lubberSber in it Many makers of rubber goods cheapaeeebaferlor goods that hardly resemble rubber Quality count in this line and we are careful to buy of makers who have a reputation for turning out high grade goods only You can have confidence In cethe rubber goods wo offer no matter how low the prtris Bulb Syringes 9yrln0eshtCombination Fountain Syringes and Hot Water Bottles Etc APENNYS DRUG STORE KyT++ + IIIltl + lltt+itttI+ 3 tr HOG KILLING TIME Iii U +Ib I iFd U HH + We have Meat Cutters Sau sage Stuffers Butcher Knives c Heating Stoves Ranges and Cook Stoves Shelf Hardware Fresh Car Lime Salt Cement c John Bright Jr Co Withers FurnitureCompany Dealers In furiitureCarpets and lugs j Wall Paper Building and Carpet Paper Etc Etc Our House is the place to select presets for Any Occasion i Our Thanksgiving ii Proclamation Thursday Nov 28 will bo Thanksgiving Day abuUllanti i response our many wo i have made to supply their quirements Wo sincerely thank our customers fqr the liberal patronage accorded us and 1vo take this means S reciprocatestheir i I with the best goods at the lowest possible prices JOHN P JONESI Stanford Kentucky t Lt Tla lSIEJ ii1L1 4T I A CHANGE IN THE fiRM Necessitatcp a change in our business methods for a while Jos Severance who has an interest in our firm wants his money and wo must raise the amount Beginning Dec 1st wo Wl1 Offer Our Entire Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash DryGaols Ioffered EO low that we will not ticket or charge goods and they will be for sale for CASH ONLY to all In order to accom plishour purpose we will be compelled to collect all outstanding notes and accounts and ask the cooperation of our friends and customers in this tI Severance Sons l EfE POSTED The following persona have thor lands posted and theywill punish to tbe full ex tent of the any person or persons found hunting Honing trapping or otherwlso tree 1IaSSID on them W IL Doono J HG A Pleasant II F Newland O L Grow J E Bruce 8 H Baughman J S Uockor Mrs J DL White j W Adams W P Tato J M Adams T A Rice Walter W Warren W E Amon u D Boone 0 1 Rowland UIllgplnsE HopperR A S flrokddus J W RaDKhman S T Harris Joseph Dalloa O MIssMaryFeppIes M F Jj THE iNTERIOR JOURNAL Xntered n the post office at Stanford at tcondclait mutt- er9611hodTuo4gpewinsIrt av 4t- t 1 PER YEAR CASH o When not iopald BSOO will bocharged KNOXVillE DIVISION 51 Train going North 116aam 24 n 241 am I II SouthM 12 39 r U li2 P For alllFotnU Y KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoJS AmlTMat 8tanfordat 108 No 24 XTN Stanford at 210 No 21 ArrlTea at Rowland at 1200 DAT No 22 U Tes Stanford at 2M PM R A JONES DENTISTStanford KVj Once over IligRiD8 d McKinnoyaStor Telephone No 48 f McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop Moron7 Et rMabeJand keep constantly on hand the best of flour BMpatuff Bran Chick en Feed Se Prices very reasonable One tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy IumerNEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUSSESJKPron JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates- SpecIal Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY florae and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager tie Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FART FOR SHL6 I J LContaining acres two tlleiiutb of McKinney on Mlddleburg ITS acres under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S HQBLEV McKinney Ky BlueGrass Nurseries FALL 1901 Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vine Small Fruits Asparagus and everything forI Orchard Lwn and we sell right to the planter and have no Agents General catalogue on application to II K HILLKXMEYER Both Telephones Lexington Ky GREAT BARGAINS I r THIS MONTH I have located at Grub Orchard in Goo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am selling secondhand Clothing equal to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes late etc Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I you a Invitation to visit the j1give Bargain Store Call anti see me when you come to town- OINOINNATI BARGAIN STORE H REISER PROR COAL h I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continuo In the coal business r I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron bee I handle the best grades of Jelllco i coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky t FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY r 0apltal6took 50000 Svplni 110000 This ttutitntlon originally established u the Ds pesltBsnkofetantord Ja 1853 then reorganized si the National Dank of Stanlord in IMS and agah- s r organised as tbs Flnt National Bank of SUnforc n 1832 ha had practically an uninterrupted exlit Wofotttreare It U bettsr supplied now will ao tuafortraaaacungbuslaesapromptlyam trally than ottr before In its lone and honoiab nil Aocoonts of IndlldwlIduclarteaa- 4Iadlldnalllol101ted tlDIUCToaaJUULUcJlnCo hurls J S hock I JHOoUlerCrsbOrehd Wr Walton t JW B H Bsaghman TPH111 WAiTrlbll Ju rdMwon Hoibls JftDSlmorr9taafardorrtaks SSakerJPrafealMoRolea 0r UiyJeiSUnfu Csihlsr I Painting Repairing andI am prepared to paint you buggy carriage or wAltOn In flntc1asutylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your pfd vehIcle made new for very little money J H CHEER Stanford Ky A Se PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OwoinFarm For Sale A farm of acres S mile from NealsI Greek Church Lincoln County for sale Some timbered and some cleared land Rood house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky JH BOONE CO ProlJPletonI Livery Feed And Sale Stable Druces Old Stand Depot St STRIFORD KY Now and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 06 Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky t Newly furnished clean crassPorterstable Everything first meet all trains 89 EFtDILLEHAYDAlTVZLLEtZY Manufacturer of BRICE i And Dealer In Lime Cement o 5co Write For Prices VitaeOre Do you know what it let If not it will to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing TPEO NOEL Geolo gist Chicago Il or N H Boont Agt Marksbury K- yFarmers Roller Mills STANFOBD S7 MORRIS FRED PnomiKTOR Try me on grinding If I do not satisfy you I will not ask you to again aliiburn head miller for J11 Uaujchman k Do for yean Is now with me Call at my null fo- rFlour Mea SHipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a hare of your patronage promising to give you the very bid me but bear Ju mind alwavs that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G+ JYJcGlJf Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIn SADNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSV- NDERTAIEES DKALKM I Furniture BIattliiK8Rugg And Wall Paper They will Exchango Furniture for all kind of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY + x T t i d PROGRAMt Teachers Association Waltons Opera House IDecemberMORNING SESSION 9130 A M 1 SongAmerlcaAssoclatiut2 Scripture Rnl1lngHo J W 3 Prayer Itcv W K Arnold 4 Opening Address M O Winfrey 5 Educative Value of Literature in tho Public Schools Prof T A Hendrlcks Principal High School Junction Citj- liTho Higher Education of VomenrProf n P Cubell President Potter College Bowling Green RECESS 1 Chorus Graded School Girls 2 How the Country Schools May be Graded Prof J H Patterson Supt Graded Schools Lancaster 3 What the Graded Schools Have Done for Somerset Prof Alfred Livingston Supt Graded Schools Somerset 4 Recitation Miss Uertlo Jean Penny C AddressliTho Advantages of a College Education Dr Wm C Roberts President Central University Danville AFTERNOON SESSION 13O P M 1 Quartette Graded School GIrls 2II Scrap Stray Thoughts Miss Eliza J Lusk Co Supt Garrard County Lancaster 3 liThe Graded Schools of tho Commonwealth Hon H V McChesnoy Supt Publlo Instruction Frankfort RECESS 1 Vocal Duet Wallace Singleton and Rosa Jones 21I Music in the Public Schools Miss Jayno Shumate of the Lancaster Public Schools Lancaster 3 Sweets vs Bitters Prof W C Grlnstcad Superintendent City Schools Danville 4 Song Merry Little Gypsies Second Grade Pupils EVENING SESSION 700 P M 1 Motion SonSix Sick llIcJOirstGrade Pupils 2 Address Making the Most of Yourself Prof C Rexford Raymond of Ucrea College heron Ky 3 Recitation Miss Polly Traylor 4 Piano SoloMinuet Chevalier do IContskiDilss Katie Mershon 5 Tho Value of a Graded School Hon W I Williams Attornoyat Law Lancaster 0 Violin Solo Miss Bertie Jean Penny 7 Education of the Twentieth Century Dr John C Willis VicePros Kentucky University Lexington 8 Plano Solo LAmazonb Goldbeck Miss Katie Waters 0 SongMy Old Kentucky Homo First Grade Pupils This Association will doubtless be one of tho greatest educational meetings ever held in Lincoln county Tho speakers comprise many of tho fore most educators of tho State They have consented to come to Stanford for this Every teacher in Lincoln county should bo hero promptly at 030 and be prepared to all day and night Tho night session will bo highly entertaining ou should not miss it Tho Rood peopleof Stanford will gladly welcome and entertain All young ladles und gentlemen In education should bo herethe county who contemplate a higher who are interested in tho future interests of their children should take a day off come to this goodVeryM O WINFREY OAKLAND SINGLETON Co milts Secretary President HIDDLEBURG There IB quits a large turkey cropI Tho bird Is only worth 5c at this writ log The health of the community never better except for bad colds WIiBI Emma Freddrlck la very low with let rover The corn crop Is about gathered and the yield Is anything but encouraging New corn Is selling at from 1 2 50 to 1 3 delivered and even higher In sown sec tlooi Rove Gllllam and Williams are carrying successful revival aton a very Duniivlllo Rov Godbey Is ut Liberty working In the Interest of the now M E church at that place A two tech snow Is reported from Northern Georgia and as far south as Atlanta and Columbia N C while ooly a slight Hurry or eo has fallen in Kentucky which looks Kko certain sections hhd swapped girdle places While snaking logs early Friday morning Coleman Lucas happened to a most painful accident which may cost him his right foot In some way he got his leg hung between a log and a above the anstump crushing It just kle Dr Haney who attended him fears amputation will bo necessary- A grand entertainment will be given at tho 6f E church Thanksgiving eve by the Epworth League Tho mem bers have been practicing almost night ly for the past two weeks and a most fitting program will be rendered after which an elegant auppor will bo Serv ed at the College for a mall sum Only three weeks yet remain of the public school term hero Profs Davis and D6pp and their able assistants have endeared themselves both to pupils and parents In their endeavors to build up the school and their efforts have been doubly appreciated Prof Davis Ii very enthusiastic over the prospects for a large attendance at the winter session which begins early In January We learn that Mr Tarter has aban doned his contest for county attorney which Is most sensible After consul tation with lawyers Mr Peyton has decided not to contest rho election of Mr Ellis for magistrate in the Big tolling Fork precinct Had Mr Pay ton won It would have only resulted In ibe magistracy ol toa precinct being declared vacant hence bo decided not to contest His many mends earnestly hope that Senator Farris will got the speaker ship of the Senate or as for that any hung that he may seek as no honor la too groat for the man who can turn a epubllcao of over 000 within for the democracya year to a majority of nearly 600 the Senator get he coveted honor ho seeks we Casey ites hope be wont forget us while the gerrymandering is going on r Searchers have recovered the dead bodies of tho eight mining experts who went Into the West mine of the Pocahontas Colllcrlca Company near Po- cihontas Va to Investigate the con ditions In the Baby mine in which an explosion occurred A northern gale did considerable damage to shipping and property in the vicinity of New York The crews of two vessels were rescued on the New Jersey coast The United States Ho tot at Long Branch was wrecked by the storm The submarine boat Fulton camo to the surface of Peconlo bav Sunday morning after having been submerged for over 16 hoursr The test was en tirely successful The persons on board suffered no discomfort Lord Kitchener denies the story that tbo British placed Boer women and children In front during the flghtlcg at Graspan Juno 0 when Gen Do Wets convoy was captured The tract of 200 acres comprising the San Juan battlcQed has been bought by Gen Leonard Wood for the gov ernment sod will ba converted into a parkAn Insane man broke about 65000 worth ol plate glass windows In tho business portion of Eaton O WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewel candy lowers manthat Is tbe order of a womans preferences Jew ols form a magnet of mlghtv power to tho average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health Is often ruined in the strenuous eflorts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman wil risk her health to got a coveted gem hen let bet fortify h rself against the nslduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular tae of Dr IJoschees German It rill promptly arrest consumption In Its any stages heal the effected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive tho droad Hscoso from the system It is not a ureall but It Is a cure for odghs colds and all bronchial troubles You can got Dr G G Greens reliable emedles at Pennys Drug titorc Get Ireona Special Almanac The government of Columbia has no notolbewill bo obliged to assume tho task of irevcntlng interruption of traffic or elegraphlo communication l IThere Is more Catarrb In this secUou of the comer than all otherdlieue put together and until the lut few years wu to be in and able Fot a treat many Jean doclOnrronoucurt a local dtaease cud t and br constantly Islllng to cur with such Idlea eat It Incurable Rfleacenmt roren catirrh to be a constitutions disease hu- areforerMulreueoatltullonaItratmenL Catarrh Cure A 00Toledo Ohio li the only conitlutlonal cure on be market It It taken lnternall fin doss Crom 10 drops to a teaspoonful U acts Urectlr onI be blood and mucouliurfAeeeol the aye Im They oller one hundred dollars for any case t to cure lend lor circular and tMltinonlala Address Y JCHENEV A CO Toledo 0 Sold b lta Balls uamrly are the beet JIf4 MURRAY McAADMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky zuu+ + J 111 i ++d + 1PtIt is no trouble for you to select presents at our store ni wo carrr the argest line to bo found In OontraIKcntuct- yDIAMONDS Tho largest lino to be found outside of tho Urge lice WATCHES A complete line of ladlee fancy enamel plain gold engraved and set with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches of all kinds gents watches In the best filled and solid gob plain engravedand set with precious atonfjlII BROOCHES Brooches sot wih diamonds and pearls and other precious stones RINCS Ladies St Kings from 110 1100 and up JEWELRY of all kinds Fine Leather goods UMBRELLAS Fine Ladles and Gents Umbrellas from f2 COand 120 STATUARY in Italian marble bronze terra cotta etc h1 Cut Class and China Ilieh cut glaa ol diamond brilliancy Fine art China Art Mca of every description Silverware Lsrga limo plated and sterling silverware An endless vvlely of novelties In silver ormulo gold and bronze Clocks Wo have too many klmla of clocks to describe PrloOS as low as the lowest 3TEvory 11 sale entitles the purchaser to a RUMS et the number of hours and minutes the mammoth candle In our show window will burn contest will bo decided by the 2Uh of December We will dive the following presents to the one Kuwalng nearest second nearest and so on ItO Diamond King Second 125 Ladles or Betht1MURRAY McADAMS MAIN ST DA rIItKy rshe Green dyer Development Co Wm HIcks President L IT Tbettrplaco Vlcel rcsldonlj Wy Foutt SecretaryTreasurer 8 P Oral Gen Manager Directors Wm licks L II IVttyplaco W S Foutz 8 P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 10 Princeton Ave Illucfleld WVa Branch office McKlnnoy Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value This company controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory In the Green River Oil Basin in county on line of the 0 8 It R Three wells have been drilled on adjoining lands and 4 OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES ft One well being within 30 yards of this companys lands This company hu pur chased the latest patented rig reel together holler sad engine all new This machinery is already on the ground and drilling has ahead begun 6600 shares of the stock are now offered at doe a shire for the next 30 days only to tJ used only In the development of the property Application for stock can be made to the Secretary and Treasurer or to Dr Ed Alcorn HusU nvlllo Ky or S A Slid dleton Orab Orchard Ky Make all remIttance payable to the order of the com play 8 P OKAY General Manager McKinney Ky Laourm150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113I 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS C Or r NEW1I Clothing Shoes Booteesa Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fr sb Ocala and of the Beet Quality at ho Very Lowest Prices Heavy Bootsat manufacturers prices to Gloie Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE We Will Take In Exchange For IBuggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements I Harness c Live Stock of JIll Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest a market prices f- Carson Pence Stanford III bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the Intestines execute their natural functions 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