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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a h 5EMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL+f J VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1901 3PM NO 78 J Alhl Fox Huntors Meet at Crab rf 1qpOrchard Springs AB politician church ROOM and the sporting fraternity particularly lobe fox hunters look to tho INTERmit JOURNAL fur Inspiration and Inforuia h1tloo I want to Iwpart lomo facts and mss concerning lobo meeting of the Boggle Club of Kentucky now In full k Wait at famous od Crab Orchard Spring While I know that what to be It moro Interesting than what has been I must giro fret a brief syn opals of the sport up to date pohapa I t will furolib an Idea of what may bo ex pectcd In lobo flrsi place this mnntlng was projected by Gen W II Gentry of Lexington who owns one of the fin est packs of Boaglo hounds between the two occani lie desire to bring about an organization of the Beagle bound hunters of ble State for tbblr mutual plealuro and to give to loboUllt tie benglo bound bis proper place In dog circlet To do this General Gentry c calledupon bcaglCdog mon everywhere to meet hero Nor 25 for ten days to organize Much an association and on gage their packs In field trials Tbls proposal of General Gentry met with such approbation that he determined to guarantee the quality and quantity of sport promised to bo procured fou big red foxes from the Franklin county bill ono splendid grey fox from Green- brier and three Kansas jackrabbits all of which ho put In training four months ago Two of tbo jackrabbit Commando and Gen DoWel wero killed In a chase at Lexington but the gallant big follow Admiral Scbley alter dnfeatlng the fleetest greyhounds In the 12acre Gentry Park was brought here to bo released perhaps on Satur day next dependent on the weather when be will start upon hilong looked for journey against death In the form of 26 beagles selected from the various kennels on the ground The battle ground will be the 0000 acres of un broken wilderness hereabouts and It ho Is true to his population and to the Illustrious name ho wearsho will make good his escape from the jaws of the dogs or bo returned to his cage If fato to wills cold In death for like his peerless naval protege he will never surrender alive This one race well morlu the presence of eyery person able to get bore for on sundry occa sions at Lexington a thousand men and women baTe cheered the Admiral as by his famous Santiago loops be made the finest fleetest Bluegrass greyhound i look like a counterfeit quarter with a hole In It On Friday last just for exercise the beagles were released near the hotel They started two rabbits captured ono and misted the other by the Intervcn tion ot a closo barbed wlro fence be r hind which bunny sought refuge Agate In full plow of tbo hotel the pack headed by Gentry and Col Walt t Valley View beagles started IH rabbits Nino were bagged and th sport kept the guest yelling like Coma obel Friday night a crowd with tbrco glantcoon dogs went out In a drizzlin rain and brought In foijr possums on alive Tbcso and 40 quail frcacoo tho front porch elegant trophies of lobe preliminary skirmishes now going As I wrlto this Gen Gentry wit II A Most and T D Scott of Car Nelson and Harvey Holm and Wallace b Withers of Stanford have gone out t Matt Holmes on a fox chase Matt hav lag positively promised to put them on a red hot trail Another party of 10 0 horseback aro out after possums to supply the Gentry banquet tonight with game when the general promlec- to serve 37 possums with old Virginia trimmings quail and other delicacies for dessert With hundreds of quail dozens of possums scores of rabbits already on the lino It looks like tho mo I DU will be as abundant at it Is sumps r uous Now then tbo general having gone to the voluntary expense of providing the foxes and rabbits for the delecta tine of the beagle huntsmen who ma attend and yet wishing to avoid all ape pearanco of oxcluslvonoss throw open the door to all In all probability tho beagle hounds will Dover catch moro than ono fox If that tboro will be abuadanteportfortho big fox hound that may be hero After each trial tho beagles tho big hounds will started and If they do not catch Roy nard and Bunny this end of the county will bo richer by five fine foxes and a Kansas lack rabbit which Gen Gentry will donate to the hunters of Lincoln county Tho sport Is here day and night Th springs hotel prepared to ontertak- guests at 91 per day Manager Willis Las slaughtered nine hoge threo South t down two fat beeves and Is fattening 29 turkeys and countless chickens What more could be desired The weather Is perfect game plentiful and everybody and dug Is welcome CLARENCE E WOODS Martin Hogan the noted Irish pa trlot died at Chicago at the aRe of 03 years MIDDLEBURG Many of the schools aro closing and the teachers will enjoy a much needed rest Too saw mill of Hsnse Carman burn cd near Grove several days ago entail tag a loss of about 2000 No insur ance J T Short Sr has put a brand new hack on the YosemlteMcKlnoey flee travelslog public The November term of the Casey circuit court will convene at Liberty Monday Judgo W W Jones presld lag The docket Is an unusually light ono Mrs Ab Halt had a turkey hen to como oft the cost last week with the third Utter of the season which Is un usual in the extreme Casey Is cer tainly enjoying her share ot the woo dory and monstrosities this season Eld J Q Montgomery Is holding a series of meetings at Poplar Bill Rev William Til ford Is conducting a revival at Calvary Baptist church with much suttees Ilav Farrell preached at tbo Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night and at Liberty Tuesday evening Rev Gllllam preached at tbo Christian church Sunday and Sunday night littlerund within another week the coveted bird crop will have been slaughtered and mostly by foreigners at that Many of the Casey farmers who enjoy the sport have been do terred by reason of being late with their work wbllo sports from other counties have gotten In their work on ourepeople bavo awakened to this folly sari by next season the hostess from a dis lance will have to seek other fields Mr Richard Sharp a widower of 37 and one of Caseys business young men and Miss Ella Williams too pretty 19 yearold daughter of A B William of Yosemite eloped Tennessee Sun day and had their destinies united for life Tbo bride Is beautiful and very popular with ber host of admlrees and we congratulate Mr Sharp on bis prize She Is a cousin to the grooms first wife It Is Mr Sharps Intention to run the Peyton hostelry at More land May they bavo smooth sailing on their matrimonial voyage and hap piness and prosperity through life the wish of the many friends of this popular couple Mr and Mrs Dudley Wesley have returned from their bridal trip and aro visiting friends and relative In this vicinity Your correspondent visited relatives In Liberty Saturday and Sun day Supt J C Lay nod Prof Davis were In Liberty Saturday G S Dur ham who has boon sojourning In Chattanooga and Lancaster the past tow weeks It back home but vory little Improved In health Dr Rs ot Tex- a is visiting Col and Mrs H 11 Mo Anlnob Mrs Nannie Wesley has SterlingeDrye visited In Mt Vernon last weak W F Martin and tbo writer were In Huitonvllle Tuesday aroundethe and comforts of another year Tho day was fittingly observed at MldUIcburg with exercises At the M church The writer knows of noth hlog more Important to be thankful for than that be is once moro domiciled In fromotbo scenes of strife On Thanksgiving of 09 ho was riding the billowy waves lIonhad a good dinner tooturkey and cranberry sauce and several little dell toetbo lot of a soldier Laat Thanksgiv leg found him in the interior of Luzon but despite the fact that be was In trop Icaljunglca the abode of the treacher ous Insurgents ho had a fairly good dinner of fried chicken qed sweet po tatoes etc Yes he U thankful Thank ful to all wljo Providence that ho Is far from the haunts of the lurking Fil ipino Insurgents who with a Mauser otherypounce upon so unaware of their coming CO A VIOLENT ATTAOK OF CROUP CURED Last winter an Infant child of mine had croup In a violent form says Elder evangelistb0of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and In a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not onl cures croup but when given as soon as the firet symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or oth givenn as For silo by Craig Ilocker Druggists Tbo report of tbo appraisers shows that the late President McKinley loft a personal estate of 113589018 The real estate was not appraised but U esti mated at from 60000 to 875000 The switchmens strike at Plttsburg who a failure Not over 150 men went securedl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J L Johnson died at Parksvillo of typhoid fever Tuesday William Elliott of Porryvlllo killed 45 birds In 47 shots says the Advocate T 0 Coleman aged 80 and ono of Mercers most respected citizens is dead Lee Wlnslead Is In jail at McKee Jackson county charged with killing his brother with a rock Hard work on the of students and citizens saved Asbury College atI Wllmore from destruction by fire Mrs Amanda Mills has been appoint ed postmaster at Elllsburg Casey county vice W It Davidson rcslgccd John Drown of Clinton county was lodged In Jill charged with detaining Mis Jennie Clark aged 18 against her willA three ycnr old son of J R Avery of Boyle died from severe burns re colved by his clothing catching fire while standing near the grate A mysterious Individual has been terrorizing the residents of the Dugan vlllo neighborhood In Mercer county Bloodhounds have boon sent for and a man bunt will bo Instituted A Montlcello dispatch says The McConoagby well struck a strong flow ot gas and oil at 800 feet Oil is spray ing hall the height of the derrick con stantly Somerset Oil Company Well No 2 has taken a big spurt The court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Pulaski circuit court In the case of E B Kldd vs the Con tral Trust and Safety Deposit Compa ny Toe two were contesting for the possession of 8000 acres of land in Pulaikl The decision of the court li that the company has a senior patent and holds that the trial court properly adjudged Kldde patent void Squire W Royalty gave the biggest dance and social event over known In the West End of Mercer The Invlta tlon was general Fortyeight gallons of oyster soup 36 gallons of lemonade and 800 ginger cakes old bams etc were served the guests The affair was given In honor of Mr Royaltys election as magistrate In the Cornish vllleBohon district The district us ually gives 175 republican majorltybut the squire who Is a democrat won by 17 votes Tho old gentleman led the cotillion LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J C Bailey sold to Farrls k Denny a black gelding for 1200 Pure bred Narraganeelt turkeys for sale Mrs R C Rocker 2t C B Engloraan of Paint Clck got 100 pounds of lard from two hogs Dlrectum was sold to the Interna tional Stock Farm of Minneapolis fa 12100 W A Coffey bought of Samuel flue tons heirs 40 acres of land near Mc Kinney at In cash K P Woods shipped to Cincinnati yesterday a car load of hogs ho bought In this section at 4 to Miss Previous a bay filly by Ponce de Leon brought 10300 at the Faslg Tlpton sale In Now York Allen Drown an old soldier and a much respected citizen of Laurel coun ty was found dead In bed M J Furrls is delivering to Simon Welhl today 207 fat cattlo They wil- laverage 1312 pounds and brought Gc News There wore 1000 cattlo on the Win cheater market Monday boat bringing 4c A car load of hogs brought 41 to 5o and 60 plain ewes 12 each John E Madden paid 10000 for the black stallion Adbell by Advertiser at the Now York sales Dircctum Spie wont to the Elmburst Farm for 80000 Willard VanArsdall aged 15 died a Harrodsburg a few dare since o Brlghts disease His father Mr C C VanArsdall died some three weeks agoBruce do Bright havo In the past week purchased 1000 barrels ot corn at 13 W T Robinson yesterday sold four work mules to Lunsford Yandell 2160AdvocateMany suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of IIcnmNElwould brie about a prompt and permanent cure few doses will do more for a weak stom ach than a prolonged course of any other medicine Price CO cents Pennys Dru Store doubleheader Immigrant train and oyn near and as many as 150 people may have been killed Every person In the fivo or six coaches of the Immigrant train was lost the wreckage having taken fire and burned before rescue could be attempted Both trains were under full headway and the wreck was com ploteI m Out this out and take it to Oralg do Hookers drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets tho beet physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the ap petite and regulate the bowels Regular site 23c per box MATRIMONIAL Mr Carrie Nation has secured a divorce from hla wife the joint smash oriknown bore will be married Dec 18 to Miss Frances Johnson of Lawrenco burg Anderson Jones a widower of 60 and Mrs Sarah Burdott aged 50 were united In marriage near Mlddloburg This Is the brides sixth matrimonial venture Mr John Sluder 25 and Miss Lucy Jones 20 daughter of Plerco Jones of near McKinney were married Wed nesday by Rev Garland Singleton The groom was a widower his first wile being a stater of bis present one A JetTeraonvlllo woman claims she married Newell C Ratbbun over a year ago when ho was living in the In diana city under an assumed name The man sbo married bad just been released from the JelTersonvllle Raform alOryBoclnmBAUOUMANMr Junius H Rocker and Miss Catherine Baugb popularvilla Wednesday by Elder H C Garrl son Mr Harry B Rocker and Miss Catherine Baugbman the latter of this place accompanied them and were the attendants The marriage Is the re suit of a long courtship and that It will prove a most happy ono wo have every reason to believe The bride who Is the oldest daughter of Mr John K Baugbman is pretty and cultured and Is altogether a most charming young dlsposltlonnod Is probably the most popular young woman In her section Mr Hocker is a fine business man of exceedingly good morale and as industrious and en ergetic as days are long He Is really a model young man and a most obliging and clever one The two begin lifes journey most auspiciously and we be speak for thorn a long useful and happy life Both of the young people are friends of the writer who joins with their legions of admirers In wishing them all the good things this world affords Mr and Mrs Rocker have taken rooms at Mrs Helen Huffman where they are at home to their friends LANCASTER Union Thanksgiving services were hold yesterday at tbo Method let church Rev Moore delivering an appropriate sermon quitebusy neatrUnknown parties broke Into tbo post office on Wednesday night and attempt ed to rob the safe but failed to get any theyleftOur excellent police force Is tasking havito for bloodhoundsOn afternoon before school was dismissed for lobO holidays a delightful program was carried out secondIThelwero with out a bobble showing the careful train log of the teachers Misses Claudia Peters Annie Royston and Alice Hen derson Miss Pearl Bettlsls at home from atteodlngIis Annrno bet fromtLexingtonfTom Adams ot Bryantsvllle Is visiting Mrs Jennie Farra Ed Dunn of Brodhead is the guest of Robert West Mrs J H West Is thought to be some better although still qulto sick Mrs George Robinson of near Bryantsvllle spent several days with her mother Mrs J H Wost near Hyattsvllle Robert Hamilton continues TAB PUBLIC praiseAcan recommend it with the utmost confidence dogvery severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneumonia but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better three painsinmost respectfully yours for health Ralph 8 Meyers 64 Thirtyseventh St Wheel log Va For sale by Craig sir Hocker druggists Secretary Hay has received a die patch from Constantinople repeating a rumor of the death of Miss Ellen Stone captivityJat Nor tonvlllo Sunday waived examining trials at Madlsouvllle and wore releae ed on their own reconlzance o Quality and Value combined with reasonable price have made our fall business satis factory to ourselves and our cus tomersWe still have a good as sortment in our lines of Suits and OvercoatsaUnderwear Shoes and Hats IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing rYour money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIBSDH Danville Ladies Shoes J lTaFit for a Queen The best Shoe Man and Mqchincn can make In Kid Yici Patent Heavy Welt Extended Sole With a cushion insole making it warmer at d very flexible Ladles who want a heavy solll lei eeml ain of them hurting their feet should try the price 83 60 Try me is a perfeetly trimmed and a perfect fitter only 1200 H J McROBERTS I Overcoats SUITS Boots Shoes Felt Boots Under wear Gloves c Everything for winter wear at I Cummins a McClarys I WHEN f YOU WANT 100 CENTS 11 WORTH OF I Groceries Hardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im plements Etc Etc FOR flOO GO TO t Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKYf Al C tV 1f t WE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii i Candidate tor Railroad Oommltalontr for Ibe 24 District tuulect to the will of the democracy IN answer to the charge tbat Gov Beckham la too young for tho Important ofllco he bolds the Cincinnati En qulrer says Some of the puny part i BIDS who are trying to excuso the mur der of Gov Goobel In Kentucky are 4 sneering at Gov Bockham because be is a young man We have to say of tbe governor that he IB too old for the rov ernor of Indiana Indeed Gov Beck ham has shown a degree of sense dil ntty and courage ever Blnse the tragedy that has taken his youth entire r out of consideration It waa Beck ha who wrote the dispatch when Goeb was at tho point of death which arrest cd some of tho Now York papers In tbe assumption that the murderers were entitled to the public sympathy It was Beckham who Insisted on a fair hear log and got It It was Bockham wbo wrote the letter which put Gov Durbl r In pltable a plight that be can not be fair to the people of Indiana withou resigning his office THE following from the Lexlngto Leader may be true and then again It may not bo We have not consulted our brother on the scbject but give the Item for what It Is worth It la reported that Col W P Walton tb original editor of the Morning Democrat will reenter local journalism i starting a new democratic paper wltl the backing ol certain welltodo and ambitious democrats Rumor has h that Mr Williams and Mr Charles worth will be associated with him it cnterprlsoISENATOR VICKERY had announced for governor of Maine and states In a card that be IB against prohibition al though ho Is a total abstainer He re cards the prohibition law In Maine as a miserable failure and thinks the cense system would be far preferable JOUETT H SUOUSK for four years with the Lexington Herald has bought an interest in the Democrat of that city and baa been made general mana ger of It Mr Shouse Is a fine young man and has had considerable expe rlence in the newspaper business MARYLANDS democratic Legislature should and doubtless will send Ex Senator Gorman back to where he belongs she U S Senate The official count gives the democrats 17 Senators and 51 Legislators and the republicans 15 Senators and 44 Legislators A GOOD many of the press boys are letting Bon William Jennings Bryan write editorials for them these dull times i e they copy from his Commoner without sign of credit THE Harrodsburg Democrats adver tising patronage Is growing so rapidly that Editor W P Walton will increase the paper to a eeven column folio THE Georgetown Times has no fears that assassination will follow the court of appeals majority decision ousting Attorney General Brecklnrldge TUB late election coat Greater New York 8876000 or 1111 for every vote cast Elections come high everywhere but we must have em NEW JERSEY has put a surplus of r 12000000 In her coffers by licensing I trusts but gotten gains they say never amount to much THE Glasgow Times took an issue off so as to have abundant time to give l thanks for democratic success and oth er things POLITICAL Former Gov David H Walte of Col orado fell dead while peeling an ape pIe Hon Ed Parker of London an nounced his candidacy for Congress in a speech at his homo town Wednesday- W B McConnell county clerk of Montgomery has announced for appel late clerk to succeed Sam J Shackel fordSpeaker Henderson baa decided to In crease the republican majorities on the Important House committees at the coming session of Congress Senator Millard gays there will be but two parties in Nebraska from now on and that Bryan will be the demo cratic candidate for governor next timeSenator Blackburn of Kentucky has been assigned by tile SergeantatArms- of the Senate to the Terrace committee room In the Capitol formerly occupied by Senator Bacon of Georgia 1 toIcutfy some of his vigorous views regard tug reciprocity and the trusts The i message Is now expected to contain about 20000 words f President Roosevelt bas signed an order bringing the rural free delivery service Into the classified civil service Carriers for the present are exempt F but the order Is immediately effective aa to clerks special agents and Inspeo tore rili Mof In bit message to Congress Preald Roosevelt will recommend the reduce tlon of the duty oo Cuban sugar and also on sugar from the Philippine Former Cove Ledto and Knott bavo written letters o Gov Becknam com pllmontln him for the manner In which he dulled down Gov Durb- Acorreapndent of the Wall Hreet Journal eynopazing the president a message says it In a conservative docu moot and will not likely affect tbe stock market Tbo discussion of tbo trust question la In BPOPM terms NEWS NOTES Seven hundred Florida fishermen at e on a strike Hon Clem Studebaker the wagon klnsr Is dead Sheriff Catron of Rockcaatlo has re celyed his quietus Statistics show that Kansas this year leads as a wheat State Grant county has seven men whoso ages aggregate 615 years Over 100 men were killed or wounded in a battle on the Isthmus 1James Fletcher United States Con at Italy Is dead Young Cortett defeated Terrible Terry McGovorn in two rounds at Hartford Conn By order of a judge a schoolboy In Bath county was given 60 lashes for carrying a pistol The steamer John K Speed struo an obstruction In the channel near Memphis and sank M F Scales a student at Vanderbilt t University Nashville Is under arrest charged with larceny One man livingnear TazewellTenn saluted another saying Hello old popeve and was killed A juror In the famous Melnkoy caw at Des Moines blew out the gas In hi room andwasasphyxlalcd A fine brownstone church at Middle town 0 is crumbling away under the ravages of beetles eating into tbeI stone William Hugh Young who was a brigadier general in the Confederate army died yesterday at San Antonio Texas Too engagement is announced of Miss Helen Hay daughter of the Sec retary of State to Payne Whitney son of Hon W C Whitney Mrs Mary J Moore who died at Versailles left 5000 to the Presbyte clan church of the U S and 82000 to her church at Versailles A Negro organization called the Supreme Ship of Galilee has been Incorporated at Kansas City Its object is to uplift the colored race Fire in New York destroyed the box factory of W E Upthegrove Jt Bros red several surrounding buildings auslng losses amounting to 81000000 Indians In the Wisconsin pine forests are accused of the shooting of wblto hunters who were believed to have been accidentally killed by compan one Health authorities of Buffalo discovered 47 carcasses of bogs which bad been affected with smallpox The dts ease was the same aa that which affects human being Gov Toole of Montana has joined wltb Gov Van Sant of Minnesota In be movement to prevent the consoli latloo of railroads under the Northern iecurltlea scheme Subpoenas have been Issued for all be former witnesses In the case of Jim Howard which will be called on the econd day of the Franklin circuit ourt January term A society to suppress the lynching evil and to encourage and Induce col red men to pay their poll tax bas been ncorporated in Mississippi The in- corporators are Negroes The works of the National Enamel ng and Stamping Company In Brooklyn were destroyed by fire and a ratcbman was burned to death Tho property loss IB over 8500000 Stuart R Young treasurer of Louis lllo killed himself rather than face a shortage In his accounts of about 825 000 He was a son of Col Bennett H Young and a man of much promise The Boyle Business Mens Assocla I Ion perfected Its organization in the ilectlon of permanent officers as fol owe President J A Cheek Vice President T O Miller Secretary and Treasurer C C Bagby George McCarthy D S McKinney and Joseph Cbewnlng have been appointed trustees of the town of Llv ngaton to fill vacancies caused by the eslgnatlons of E S Elmore John Pope and Jacob Sambrook 01Ison Sol Vanmeter 172 averaging 1 150 pound at 6c of O R Prewitt of Montgomery 67 at 5c of Wm Tucker of Winchester 27 at scParis Ken ucklttn At a conference held on board the U S gunboat Marietta between rep eeonlallvea of the Columbian govern sent and Liberal parties the Liberals surrenderICounty Judge Hall has issued estate vent to the people of Hopkins county urging them to spend less time In talk and more time in action in aiding the ounty authorities in getting rid of the securingheTwentyfive men are dead 27 others are more or less seriously injured and 13 others are missing as the result ol tbe explosion of a boiler In the plant of tbe Penberthy Injector Company In explosionIreof thoo pinned down were burned to teeth The cause of the explosion Is not known The property damage was 180000 GtL StlSR1K1TidtY s eo IllMT VERNON Dr Southard lust u valuable horse by lOCkjtwr A aunrise meeting ruse held at tbe Presbyterian church Tbanksglvl George Juhnaon formerly rnercha ol Orlando has bought the Block of Junes Pied at Wild and will vontl ue the bUKlneojJn the Fish stand W H Junes ot Wlldle sold one car load of bugs to Drown it Cress at 5c Wm pUYlter sold a cow and calf lor 840 DrenaeU bugs are being dollvere here at GJ Wm Coxs family had quite a scare Wednesday afternoon when by mistake they gave one of tho children 80mo medicine that was for ill effects resulted Fritz lruccrwboI has been for some months wont to Louisville a few days ego hoping th- chango of location would aid him The praises of Attorney General K J Brecklnrldge are just and tho BUJJ gcstlon of his name for govorno sounds well to a great number but we of tbo mountains still count on the Hon James D Black as being the proper man He has gone way back and sat down enough and Its our wish that ho go up front and take a seat Ho deserves it It is our time if wi are over to have a time as the old saw would hold good that tho mountains never get nothln nowbow It Theo Wesley the druggist left Monday for LouUvlllo to purchase a stock for his now drug store at Mt Sterling Police Judge Fish will probably not qualify on Jan 1 on account of other pressing business The name of Judge Willis Griffin has been sug gested Ho made a capital officer when he had the office some years ago Reuben Gatllncau an oil promoter from Pulaski was hero a few days since Andy Baker has a very sick child The wife of Deputy Sheriff J J Wood has been critically ill F L Thompson the most succeiaful drummer In the mountains and whoso territory hue lately been extended into Virginia gave a big possum supper to his friends Saturday night at the real dence of Tboraaa Taylor in this place There were four fat possums three rabbits two chickens and a peck of sweet potatoes cooked In the best manner by Mra Taylor who knows just how to do such things Eight hungry men did moro than a plenty for the spread as only the bones some potato skins and a few greasy spots were loft Crab Orohard Miss Annie lironaugh left Wednes gay for a visit to friends In Danvlllo and Lexington After spending a few b lays with her son Mr W E Perkins Irs Perkins left Tuesday for her home In Bee Lick Mrs Kittle King sod Miss Bettle Hleglns have moved their millinery and dressmaking to thelr place of residence on Stanford treet where they will be pleased to give their customers cordial greeting Mr and Mrs A Addams of Lebanoni ire visiting her mother Buchanan Mr J U McWhorter and family have moved to the late Dillon propertytCrab Orchard gay this week with dashing cavalier bugles beagles horns foxes and jackrabbits all making the air redolent rlth music that cheers the buntersI heart The weather has been every day for tbelr sport and the cli sax will bo reached Saturday afternoon when the free for all race after he famous jack rabbit Admiral icbley will be run Mine Host J B Villls keeps In the best of humor bug ring his guests in and kissing them out nd will on this rare occasion serve a possum dinner quail on toast and pumpkin pie So come one come all Mr Len Shouae of Lexington was 80 unfortunate aa to get his arm broken Intbo early part of the chase His torso ran Into a sink hole and fell upon him thus breaking his arm He re urged Immediately to his home A LIBERAL OFFER The undersigned will give a free swa le of Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tablets to anyone wanting reliable randy for disorders of the stomach blllcuo ness or constipation This a new remedy and a good one Craig 8 Hocker druggists Estray Steer A black and wblto spotted ateer came to my farm Nov WUrelKh about 700 lbs Owner can get him by paying tor this notice and hli keep 0 x uth Gilbert reek K- yDR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St AsapU SlotelStanford Wednesday December 18 One day only Eye examined and glasses tclentlflcally adjusted OIBce hours 9 a in to pm t W6tIAMIkIrtCBeYtAllWa I1YStt We Are Still At Ites alsel la tw taatt We are still grinding out more Bargains and Bigger Values every Let your expecta tions be ever so high theyll be fully realized tattlt aa alattlts trtwatas elslgatlle altttltttl ellt ta ea trast aattttttt aet wrln 2 Fur Sends 98c Misses GOc Union Suits 25c 1 Blankets at J9c Ladies 25c ATests 15c COc Table Linens 25cr Mews GOo Jersey Ribbed Fleec ed Underwear 2oc nllans seeeautaea aatttttllttttan wattrI 1Nice Cloth Capes trimmed in fur worth 150 at 40c All 2 and 3 double capes OSd Childrens Long Clonks 1 quality tOe Childrens 250 clonks at 08c Ladies Fur Collarettes reduced toI108 Ladies 5 Collarettes cut to tMSt 150 128 Heavy worth trttlaar ltat ta ete tar f Compare our prices with those any other house in town and see much wo can save you fine and coarse shoes worth to at GOc fine and coarse shoes OSc brogan shoes stock i175 OSc top shoes 250 148 boots 200 128 Wo have a full line of and Rubbers and a so Felt Bros and r PUBLIC SALE sold our farm wo will Ftton Thursday Doc 19 I9OI to the MddK it Ofdar OroT mile DinvlU on the lanvlll and rsntl- Ull turnpike our snUr lot of Trotting Horses about head brood mire U foil to Allis 1211I4oan the ratro all young Sliding end fllllrt rinflof from wranllog to ytralds such tree II WfMtnpr Clllff Kle Almout Mimic Ferguson Triad Chant Cedlllao 111 Chief Allle ooJ etc Among three you 1wn are note coott prosp cl all Bond Idhlduslal we hire always mid thuapoint Inbreedlogland- we bate xml out eome UUOO Ul Drove Will sell ago Tfrylblai perulnln to trtlnlnf itikle rut llIlklM Mrnne toot etc mite vow a calves 200 bUT1I of e ry Urn ol pl nJIl b ay farming Iraplc menti etery Tirlety luch u blnJrrt mavrn drab bay nYe corn planter wagons phew In ereq thing redu railingfenc1spoatforplank tot of sawed Lank and tattrail for mlot ol laraber household sadkltcbnIuraltureterythlo Sale to comment it 9 oclock II we wll bare to comraenc earlyto ret throufh Term made known on day of tale Dinner on tbs ground II A T J MOCK T D Jluctlooeer Will alto ofler tt tame time tnd place tbe I containing of land a warehoueetafea doubl crib distillery bouI machinery and everything perUlnlng thereto Is good order Capacity ltd bushels II C MOCK Admr Lincoln Bank Capital Stock 1100090 eor to Tbe Farmen Bank A Trust Compta end under same management outly lor U Yn Solioits Your Bank Aooount Raping acb builnr relation will prore aetna ly bencflcltl and plea DIR JeowsIefSrJ A W Carpenter W J K LynntS U ehanka J K J JJ Owalej- OFX1CEBS H Shank Prealdent I B Uwtler W M Drlrbt At Cub Make Fastest Time Best Service Boys SG Overcoats at 108 liens 750 Overcoats at 1105 Jsya Mens 7 Ulsters at 2931Bo-ys 3 Reefer Coats at 1 I8 Pants at OSc 1liens 2 Heavy Capo Macintosh I nt i esw welrtaea arrsttltltComforts pure white cotton ting worth nt 10c Extra henry Inrgo enough any bed worth 125 at 70c Heavy Outing Flannels 7 l2c at Co Bet72 Shirting Cotton goes at 5c elerra ettitatrw Shoes Boots And Rubbers of how money Ladies 150 2 Ladies worth 260at Mens hchvy full worth at liens high worth at Mens good worth at ladies mens Arctics Mens Boots at HALF PUICK THE Salinger Prors Wholesale Retail Stanford Ky Huving from Bred torn Irks Kngllab acre CountyNational ICTURS Caib YourTrips OverThe Comforts bnlt jGood LOUISVILLE STOREt See ThePoigt1 I If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to have SPECTACLES r J To sce tho point it is neces sary to have correctly fitted Spectacles To get Correctly Fitted Spectacles it is necessary to call onI Craig Hocker Who are always at the same old stand ready to stand behind Guarantee Quality Style and Fit of all Glass es they sell Prices Range From 50cts To 10 If t f This Space Belongs to iThe Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Keep your eyes on itt HOG i KILLING TIME ++ H 111111 it It I + + I U We have Meat Cutters Sau sage Stuffers Butcher Knives c- Heating j 1 Stoves Ranges and Cook Stoves Shelf Hardware Fresh Car Lime Salt Cement c John Bright Jr Si Co t e L u 1HE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOKD KY Nov 20 1001 t Tnv the Judiro Taft clear for a choice imolro at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work li unsurpass PeooyDrul PERSONALS DAN TWADDLE of Corbln li hero Miss UKSHII OATSON of Lancaster It with MUt Myrtle ODannon MIss OLUA DODTKLLKtpentTbankH lItlvlnlwith LcxlnRlon friends I MAKSIIALL llttlo eon of Mr an 11 Mn Will Stono la of typhoid fover JtiDOKlt G WILUAMB of Mi Ver non saw Among the Hrcakera last night MK E C AliNOLD of Nicholas was j the guest of his relative novo W E Arnold Mils NANNIE Auinionr of Mt t Williams Vernon was the guest of Mre M O ALUERT VONQRUKNIQAN of Louis vlllo spent Thanksgiving with the hocnofollts MR GKOROR C KELLER Jit of i Lexington attended tho Farrls eat Wednesdayf DilONACOii will oak hor homo with Mr and Mr A W t Curd In Doyle MISSES EDNA CAMNITC and Helen Rocker of Hutoovlllo were guests of Min Lucllo Cooper ATTOitNEYC W METOALK and fam ily of Plnevlllo are with his brother Mr Thomas MetcalfnMISSRS KATIIKIIINR AND DORA DAUOIIMAN aro vlelllog Miss Mary Lane In Winchester JUKQEJ P BAILEY spent Thanks giving with hit daughter Mrs IL D i I Gregory In Covlnglon MR J E TUDOR of Ford spent Thanksgiving with his mother Mrs J M Tudor who I111 of pneumonia MRS CHARLES REDD of Crab Orch ard will pond the winter with Dr and MM John 8 Cooper at Livingston MRs DR CT THOMPSON of Fay etto arrived yesterday to visit her par caw Mr and Mrs T M Ponnlneton witfMlis Kula Totten who Is In school at 1LorottoSHELTON M SAUKLEY of l Democrat spent Thank- gIYing with his mother Mrs Nano S SaufloyEu of Garrard order 4 paper sent to Rlpley 0 whore bo has 131udsic Williams of MU Vernon came I down yesterday to visit tho family Mr M C William MIt R M NEWLAND returned yes t terday to Dallas Texas Mr Now lands valuable services in the recent campaign will not soon bo forgotten J Miss ARTHUSA CLOYD of Crab Or chard Is with friends hero Doc Stucky and family have gone on a visit to relatives at Dlthopavlllo S CMI Vernon Signal HARRY MCCARTY editor of the Jet amine Journal and George Taylor also of Nlcholasvlllo passed up to Crab Orchard Springs this afternoon to help eat possum tonight RICHARD BHAIUE of Yosemite in hoto has just taken unto himself a wife the person of Miss Williams of Casey has rooted the Peyton Hotel at More land and will tako charge Moaday MRS GEORGE A MCROHERTS of parontef Mrthe Winfrey of Stanford arrived yoe day to bo the guest of Mrs Joo Faul I CODer Jr for a few days Mr J A Dudderar and Miss Alice Beazley of Stanford visited Mrs Wm Lear Central Record LOCALS LOT band made harness J C Mo Clary GLANCE over our posted notion be fore you go hunting DOG SALE George C Roller Jr sold to J C Lynn of Danville his bl dog Tony for 120 WE have the finest lot of buggy robes over brought to Stanfordat the lowest prices Carson Si Penco J TUB homo of Mrs Sutton near C berts Creek was entered tho other d and a lot of clothing etc stolen WE will close down Thursday on account of Thanksgiving and will not fin orders that day J H Baughman S Coit4 OUR line of lamps was completed yesterday so please glvo them a look oven If you dont want to buy Gee IIse Farrls Co 6 TO 0 Central Unlberalty eleven 1 goMt In the neck 0 to 0 at Louisville yesterday the Y M O AB adman le tering the dose Tine Old Fiddlers Contort at Lan castor last night was a decided success flAil did wolf but Mr Sccbrcst of Buena Vista won the vlollon Webs ad t Hughoi 8185 house writes Mr M D Ak WE will buy a few hundred bushels of millet seed if offered promptly J II Baugbman ft Co WILL tako farm products In ex change for coal toed etc or sell you cheap for cash J II Baugbman Co THIEVES entered Io master flank- sla residence at Junction City and ewlet his Thanksgiving turkey and other eat able THE exterior of the Old Commercial notolls receiving a coat of paint R T Lewis the artist who Is doing tho work J M LtNNEY of Danville leased to lfd00 acres o Orchard and wells will bo drilled on It A HOLDER of Inthe Beaver Crook Oil Gas Co refused 125 for his 810 share the other day By tbo way the Courier Journal speaks of this com neaps well as Bartell No1 which Is a mistake Last reports from tboI well were that the How Is Increasing and everything looked lovelyt Tilt Monroe SmithSchoolhouse on Green River burned a few days ago Sparks sot Ore to tho roof and the tlm shortaseats and desks were saved manfullyoMaggie McUardy too teacher bad only two more weeks until ber term expiredITwo houses and lots In Stanford to bo sold at 1 oclock county court day In December Sale In front of court bouio One lot has two dwellings necessary outbuildings Situated neR- lMorrie Freda mill The other lot on Whlller Avenue Half to be pal cash balance In six months W A Trlbble Attorney 4t QUICK WORK Judge W L Daw son who was one of the jurors In the sax Federal court returned Thursday at noon Ho tolls us that the grand Jury returned Indictment and that a dozen or eo Illegal wbUky dealers wero tent over tbo road Tho Judge says ho never saw such quick work as was done at London NEW AT HUSTONVILLE biliidslh bought I F Stcelos stock of druIi Huhosdvel0r nt oI DeRankln said ono ceremony at his real dence on East Main Street Wednesday afternoon that bound together three ofcouples of young people They drove down from Richmond secured licenses at Lancaster and taming to Stanford tho above man of God did the rest The couples were Robert Droaddus aDd Miss Grace Roberts Arthur Taylor and Mitt Llzzlo Taylor and Roscoe Saun dcrs and Miss Tlma Burton- AaONOT1IEBREAiEItBFoxe n tertalnments have given more general satisfaction In tbo history of Waltons Opera Qouso than Among tbo Break ers presented last night by Stanford ladles and gentlemen It was a clean good show from the rise of the curtain Its fall and there wasnt a hitch nor bobble Conspicuous for Its absence was any effort to overdo but on tho contrary the parts were played with the skill of veterans of the stage The play Is an Intensely Interesting ono and selection of tbo ladles and gentle 0men to tbelr parts In It was most ad HughesWr as Murray keeper of Fairmont Light and a bad man generally but whoso heart softened in tbo last act played his rolo superbly whllo as Larry Divine Murrays assistant Winfrcd Portmans work was of a high order Robert Coffey made a most dignified and clever Hon Bruce Hunter arc tired lawyer Sam Severance could not have boon beaten as Clarenco Hunter Hunters ward and aaPctor Paragraph a newspaper reporter Goo B Saufloy was par excellence John Shanks aa scud the colored servant was a gone r Lrdou Dock tader find It hard to beat hliaas a mlrtbmaker and as a song and dance artist ho has lest squab Miss Polly Traylori who always does well made a capital Minnie Daze and ber work was highly complimented An difficultyto o bill hotter than tho talented Mica Anna Dart Miss Ella May Saunders role Mother Carey a reputed fortune teller was a dlfllcult one but she was fully equal to tbo occasion and her rendition of It was very fine Indeed There was none of the amateur to bo seen In ber work and she was as easy on tho stago she IB at home Miss Myrtle OBan non made tbo cutest kind of an Irish girl and as Biddy Bane sho was a de tided suttees Miss Georgia Lewis was general manager of too company and trained her members for tbelr parts It la generally regretted that she did not aka part In tbo play The receipts of tho evening wero close to 8100 which will go to a good cause after expenses sro paid Misses Katie Merahon and Mile Huffman furnished good music for the occasion A LOT of now carpets and rugs at Boozing b Hays FINEST lino of Sa1pSOVCr town at George H Ferris CosouHENS WANTEEDI want to buy hens at opts Murk Hardly MdozesSEE our cook with thguaraateoBright Jr Jr Cq Tim aged mother of Dr W D Tar dif arrived yesterday from Columbia JS C to visit him JAUMEIISPlealo return our wheat sacks or call and pay for them J BIBaughman d Co millers THANKSGIVING was a very quiet day In Stanford Most of the torso were closed and business generally was at a standstill Rev W E Arnold preach ed an Interesting sermon to a largo au dlcnce at too Baptist church In tboImorning and In the afternoon most ovIcry body who had a and wept cehuntingLIUERTY Tbo editor of this paper hopes to meet his moon Casey county patrons and friends at Liberty next Monday first day of circuit court If you aro behind on your subscription meet him there prepared to liquidate and if you need printing of any kind at lower prices than offered elsewhere dont fall to see him ADVERTISING PAYS Three months Kaneade forra respondeddago sa Miss Hirsch were married The cere mony was solemnized according to the civil law and then tbo Jewish ritual was observed Tbo couplo had never seen each other until the day they mar tied Miss Ulrsch Is an attractive brunette IB years old DanklngCoget as the following dispatch from Somerset shows During the trial In the Pulaskl circuit court of G L Hall against C L Williams receiver of lobo defunct Somerset National Banking Company some sensational fact were n ergokP plication was made to the controller of currency for a charter a certificate ac compelled It gluing tbo names of 10 persons as desiring 85000 each of the capital stock Among the number a peared the noose of B G Newell Clay Newell and A M Glrdlcr who now repudiate It and aver that they did not desire stock nor did they agree to take any stock nor authorize any one to act for them WOODEN WEDDING Sixtythree persons availed themselves of Mr and and Mrs W A Trtbblos Invitation spend Tuesday evening with them from 8 to 12 to celebrate tbo fifth annlver carp of tbelr marriage and they bid every reason to be glad that they did for nothing was left undone to add to their pleasure by the genial host and charming hostess who delight to die noose hospitality to their friends house was brilliantly Illuminated and beautifully decorated for the occasion Mr and Mrs Trlbblo received being assisted by hor charming and handsome mother Mr James C Plckett of Ma son county and Mesdames J B Pa top Wm Severance and J S Owele Jr and Miss Anne H Spanks enter wined the guests In a most manner while Miss Nannie VaoDevcer delightfully presided over the punch bowl At 0 oclock too guests were In vlted to the dining room to partake of a repast served elegantly and tastily In three nurses that was fit for the gods In passing out of too dining room carnations wore pinned upon the lapel each guest The Stanford Colored 0 chestra furnished too oasis for t occasion which was well rendered Tho presents received wero and costly Those present expressed unanimous wish that Mr and Mra Trlbblo vould live to celebrate mat more marriage anniversaries The fol lowing guosts wore present Mesdamea T J Foster J K VanArsdalo John J McRoberta W B McRoborta J B Paxton S J Embry Sr R B Ma bony A W Carpenter L B Cook Guealo Phillips P E Kemp James H Yeager E B Beazloy J C Hay Mary Burch Steele Bailey Wm P Tate S J Embry Jr M 0 Wllllama W E Vornon W M Bright T A Rice J M Alvereon J S Rico MO Winfrey S M Rankin J H Bang b man J Nevln Carter W G Witbo Wm Severance J N Saunders W McKinney J S Owsley Jr Misses Anne H Shanks Mamie Beazloy Nan Die VanDeveer Mollie Beazley and Katherine Deazley Mesara T J Foa ter J K VanArndalo John J bIo arts W B McRoberts J B RobB R B Mahony AW Carpenter Cook S J Embry Jr W E Varnon W M Bright T A Rice J S Rico J M Alverson M O WID frey S Rankin J H Baugbman J Nov Carter W G Wither Wm Sever ance J N Saunders W B MoICIn pay J11 Hagln J S Owsloy Jr Morgan Beazley PINK COTTAGE FARM WITIIDRAWN A fairly good crowd attended tho sale ofJ E Farris at Pink Cottage Wed and bidding was lively through t The farm of 231 acres was with drawn at 808 80 Mr Joseph Conner of Doyle bidding that amount Among tho bidders on this splendid farm were- essrs Forestus Reid C E Tate S Stagg and Mark Hardln all of whom were anxious for tbo place Had- e Improvements been better the farm would hays easily brought 875 Seven teen yearling cattle sold at 817 60 22 young steers 815 eight calves 810 05 milk cows 820 to 830 horses 86250 to 8400 the splendid mare Sue bring lag latter amount A brown gelding sold for 1225 a two pcar old mare 8180 and a tour yenr old mare 8125 Corn at the heap sold at 8255 fodder 18ic per shock baled bay straw lOo A bunch of sheep was withdrawn at 8220 Farming Implements sold well An excellent dinner well served was enjoyed by the crowd Much regret was expressed at Mr Ferris determi nation to move his family from the county They will move to thou re ntly purchased home In tbo suburbs Danville In a few weeks CHURCH TTERSI The average salary of the ministers of the Gospel In the U 3 Is placed at 400 per year lie Hardening of Pharaohs lear Is Rev J W Haglna subject for Sunday morning evening What Think Ye of Christ Rev Joseph Mllburn declared before the Congregational Club that many of the bloody and Sankey hymns have a pats of vulgarity This Joseph la too refined and ajthetlo for this poor worldElder M F Hall who has been con ducting revival meetings in Allen county baptized 45 converts Sunday making a total of 172 for the last two months Thin Is the young elders first evangelical work Rev W T Bart who at tho last see slop of too Tennessee conference was transferred from a 8000 charge at Char lotte to Fairfield mission near Nash ville has just received his first months salary The amount was 83 50 A priest at Montclalr N J an nounces that he will celebrate high mass for the souls of the Filipinos who died fighting for the rights of their country and the Catholics who bavo heap slain fighting with the Boers In South Africa Small Farm For Sale Farm of2 acres two miles from Crab Or GHnod man Crab Orchard Ky EDUCATIONAL I will open a Normal School at Science Ky for advanced students and Coach llllrmonthlgbertotopartlculereAddress W W REID Science Ky POSTED The following person hero their lands axh0hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tree passing on them W Boone G D Boo- neJIIkGA Pleasant 01 Newland HlgelnsOIIoppcBBroaddueyJ W Adam S T Ham ngW P Tate Joseph Ballon M Adams 0 Uoton SIlsMaryPepiWalter W E Amon J B Foster II It tt t t t IIII U III ++ 1111 DWhen you buy anything In rubber goods It pays to got the kind with rub ber in it Many makers of rubber goods are pliant to the demand for cheapness arid hence the market is flooded with in tenor goods that hardly resemble rubber egQuality counts in this line and we are careful to buy of oaken who hqvo a reputation for turning out high grade goods only You can bate confidence In the rubber goods we offer no matter pow low the price Is Syr1ngeB s Hot Water Bottlea- Combination Fountain 4 Syringes and Hot Water Bottles Etc PENNYS DRUG STORE KyIa4HH + + H I i H H UJr + i J G WEATIIEHFOIID W M MYERS Weatherford Myersl h Successors to 1 F Stee- leHUSTONVILLE KY Dealers In a DrugsDryGoodsNotions Hardware Groceries Hats Shoes c is Y In order to make room for new goods Il we offer our entire stock at COST FOR CASH I Drop in and see us and make our store your headquarters when you come to Hustonville Withers FurnitureCompany l Dealers In j furniture Carpets and I ugs Wall Paper Building and Carpet Paper Etc Etc Our House is the place to select presets for Any Occasion Our Thanksgiving Proclamation Thursday Nov 28 will be Thanksgiving Day We rejoice in the fact that we have abundant cause for giving thanks for the past year has been the most successful in our business career We do not forget that this is due to the hearty response of our many friends to the efforts we have made to supply their requirements We sincerely thank our customers for the liberal patronage accorded us and we take this means of assuring them of our intention to reciprocate their kindness by at all times furnishing them with the best goods at the lowest possible prices JOHN P JONES Stanford Kentucky A CHANGE IN THE FIRM Necessitates a change in our business methods for a while Jos Severance who has an interest in our firm wants his money and we must raise the amount Beginning Dec 1st we Will Offer Our Entire Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash whichwill niiiko this wile of interest to every buyer of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Underwear Etc This stock will be offered so low thnt we will not ticket or charge goods and they will be for wile for CASH ONLY to all In order to nccom plishour purpose wo will be compelled to collect nil outstanding notes and accounts and ask the cooperation of our friends and customers in this Severance Sons j J THE iraiOR JOURNAL rRnUred n the pottoffice at Stanford at matter PGbaancIrU asrncSF cSVt- IAT 1 PER YEAR CASH af When not lapatdaaOO will Ucharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION North M I m 24 Train going II 2 U a 24II 23u n Sonth 1239sm l ii i tea2pm For all Polnta rj KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION ArrrtveaatSan st 1OS INo25 r eaves Stanford at 210 U No21 ArrlTea at Itowland at 1200 DAY k No22 Laves Stanford at SSO r i R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higglus h McKlnneyVStor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoSinney KD- MakeJsnd keep constantly on hand the best ot Flour Meal Dran Chick i en Feed dec Prices very reasonable Out tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedj Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BUSES A SN Pros JUNCTION CITY KY Reasonable FirstClass Turnouts at Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H C RUPLEYI The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a CanI I e FKR7JtFOR SKL6 I Containing 183 acres two miles south of NcKlunny on Mlddleburg pike ITS acres under fence and acres cleared liastwo dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S MOBLEY McKinney Ky BlueGrass Nurseries FALL 1901 fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden at right to the planter and have no Arenli General catalogue on application to II F Both Telophones Lexington Ky GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard in Geo Holmes store near the railroad on Otteu helm pike for the purpose of giving you people tho worth of your money will always find bargains at my store I am 5fllIlng lIecondhand Clothing to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing t Goods Floe Shoes Hats Caps etc IIoping hat you will not forget to pat ronize me promising you fair treatment I to visit thegive you a Invitation Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and see me when you come to town- CINOINNATI ItUlQAIN STORE U BEI8ER Piton COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle cool and a of your patronage I handle the best grades of coal T L 8UELTON Rowland Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CilUl Stock 150000 Sarpltti 110000 This ItutltuUon originally MtsblUbsd si the fA potltBankof Stanford In ISM then roorgtnliod ai he National Bsnk of Stanford In 186S and agatr sorgulisd M the Flnt National flank of Stanford lilaH lau bad practically an uninterrupted exist taesfor Jean It b better supplied now wits icUltlei for transeetfDI bullON promptly and rally thsasTerbefon In Its lonl and bonoisb rear Aooonnts of IndlTldaali ndadarlss- BdlndlfldaalnollcWoJ OIRECTOSI idLicooluCol JW H ydeaSUnfo Bsrrli 8 H Bsughmsn SBocksr TrHlll wr Walton n W Jo Tribblet JllColllsrCrsbOrchd Jas EoblcwD Uubbls 4DEliaotf il infOfd oVrICaa- a5iUoeksr4Pradentl UeBoUtti Cubist i J Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In fIrstclass stylo Experienced mon to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made hew for vory llttlo money J ORKEU Stanford Ky A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OQctOTPr UeBobert Drug Store In the Owiie Building Farm For Sale A farm of acres 14 mile from Neals Creek Church Lincoln County for Bale Some timbered and some cleared land FArl good house and outbuildings am well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEV Stanford Ky J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drucos Old Stand Depot St STRI WORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Phone No Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid tablo Everything firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLEXY Manufacturer of BRICKiAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Vitae OreDo you know what It is If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing TBBO moat Geolo gist Chicago Il or N II BOOZE Agt Markshnry K- yFarmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PnomiroR Try mo on grinding If donotlatlsfy you I will not ask to again Mr James Mllburn head miller for J Bauchman ft Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour Moat Sfcipstuff Ohiekoa Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a ihare of your patronage promising to give you thn very best results me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pro J+ G+ YJCc MY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealeaTIn SAENESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY ft HAYSI- INDERTARS rALIaDLLLXU III FurnltureMatUuKsRugsAnd rhey will Exchange Furniture lor all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY =Tl ij J h Largest Things In The World The largest library in the world ill tho National Library of Paris which contains 40 miles of shelves hoMing 1400000 looks There are also 175 000 manuscripts 300000 maps ntllt charts nail 150000 coins and me ala The largest room in the worlt under one roof and unbroken by lars is at St retcrsburg It is GW feet long by ICO in breadth Uy da light it is used for military display and it whole battalion eau complete maneuver in it By night 20000 wnx tapers give it n beautiful appearauc The roof is n single arch of iron The finest gardens in the world are the Itoyal Ganlens nt Kov The cover an area of about 270 acres nllli are visited by about 1600000 persons a year The gardens contain tho finest collection of exotic plants in the worMn palm house a winter garden a museum an observator and a school for gardeners The largest dwelling house in theI world is the Freihaus in a suburb of Vienna containing in nil between 1 200 nut 1500 rooms divided into upwanls of 400 separate apartments This immense house wherein n wholoI city lives works cats nUll sleeps bnsI 13 courtyards five open nUll eight coveredandn garden within its wnlJThe greatest suspension bridge in the world is the Brooklyn Bridge t which also lends tho world in the number of its daily passengers Its length including approaches is 5089 feet the distance between the towers 30 feet thin weight of the structure k 6470 tons its cost was over 811i 00000 The bridge cars carry about 15000000 people every year The greatest canal in the world is ho Suez opened on Nov 16 1860 Its length is 05 mites its depth is 26 feet its annual revenue is 15000 100 its cost was 100000000 IU stock is five times its par value DndI tbe average time taken to pass thro it is 20 hours less eight minutes rime depth of the canal has been in reared at a cost of 840000000 The vorlds longest canal is tho Imperial 3anal of China with a length of 1 00 miles The greatest banquet in history took mince on Aug 18 1880 when the 0000 mayors of France sat at table in the Palais de ITudustrio in Paris There were three relays of about 13 00 guests each To prepare the east required 75 chief cooks 1300 faiters scullions cellarmcn anti hel- psC 80000 plates 52000 glasses nines forks and spoons in proper ion 40000 tells and fish moat mud owl by the ton Tho banquet was purt of the centenary celebration of the events of 1780 HUBBLE Lice Bros sold their cattle to Mo Roberts Bros at 380 T o Rankin bought 200 shocks of fodder of Garrett Woods at 12Jc Eld A R Moore will fIll his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 230 Dr Carpenter delivered a splendid lecture on cigarette smoking and other formi of Intemperance at tho Christian burch Wednesday night Mr Will Curry took his eon Price to- an eye specialist In Louisville this week It Is thought that be has lost the cyo be hurt a few days ago and tbat there Is a probability of the other eye being injured George Wilder and Miss Hattie Rose aughterof Jag Rosa were married Tedneeday evening Everybody joins In best wishes for the newly made pair In the next tow days all our matrimonial prophecy will be fulfilled In Davlesa county Cash Wilson boy stabbed to death Jim Gary who was trying to whip him Hustonville I The meeting at Presbyterian churobI closed Sunday night with two tlous Tho Red Men of Qustoovlllo arc preparing for an entertainment durlni tho holidays Further notice will bo given later Mrs M J Huffman has received word that her daughter Mrs L E CulbcrtuoD of Covlngton Is quite IIII of pneumonia Ilustonvtllo will have aootbor store J G Wcatberlord of Mllldale ADd Judge W M Myers of this plaeoi bavo rented tho property owned am operated by I P Steele and will charge at once haadllng drugs takoI general line ot merchandise By tits time this goes to press Mis Katherine tbo pretty daughter of Mrl John 1C Baughman and Mr Juniui II West Ends subi onoIIMayand prosperity the wish of friends hero and elsewhere j of Pooci pliesElla Rose Ed Carpenter Is back from Iretarncdthey spent several day Miss pearl ROde la expected home this week from Harrodsburg where she has been for weeks visiting friends and rela lives Thorn is probably no diieiso more dis treBling and annoying than piles TAu Kits IkCKKVE 1iLK OiXTMtXT is dally luring caws of years standing of itching and bleeding piles The euro begins on ho first application a little perseverance naked the cure complete Price SOc In Bottles Tubes 76 cents Pennys Drug tore The appellate court In a decision In t Henderson county case holds that contractors on roads worked by taxa ion are not liable for damages to tray lien and that cults can not be maintained against them For all fresh cuts or wounds either on lhe human subject or on animals HAL JIRDS SNOW LINIUKMT is excellent fhllo for corn hunkers sprained wrists arbedwiro cuts and sores on working torses It cannot be too highly commend eel Price 25 and 60 ceols Pennys Drug Store Owing to the Increase In the value of ecurltlea on Texas land because of the Itacovery of oil the Endowment Rank or the Knight of Pytblu will not lose al much by the recent misappropriation of some of Ita funds as waa expected Never try to coax a cold or cough use ho remedy that unfailingly conquers loth HALL DS HOHFHOUND SYRDF is tbe great specific for all throat and lung roubles Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store Deputy Collector W T Short and poue destroyed four moonshine stills In Jackson county Ned Lakes was the nlf moonshiner arrested AVniTKa CHEAM VESMIFUOK removes Ihe unhealthy tissue upon which worms thrive it lrlngs and quickly a healthy nndition of body where worms cannot xist Price 23c Pennys Drug Store The nova yeaold Invalid daughter of Rir Arch Lucas of Whltcsburp wall burned to death In tbo absence of brr parents Garfield Wooaley n moonshiner mnde an unsuccessful attempt to kill Iroself In the Owcnsboro jail II KnniME sweetens the breath brightens Ibo eyes and clears the complexion without tbo slightest ill effects whatever and isures the natural bloom of health Price5 cents Pennys Drug Store IW W Thompson for many yearn ashler of the Traders Deposit flank at Mt Sterling Is dead There It more Catarrh in this section or tbe unity than all otbenlUewM put together and until the lilt few years was to be lo and shle Fongrest lean doctors pronoucur It s local diaaeeand prescribed remen and by conitantlr tailing to cure with inch tdlei unt It incurable Sclenctreat rorencaUnhto tea constitutional disease has Ihelflfont requlydmnatilutlonaltreatmenti all atarrh Cure f t- I Toledo Ohio ii the only conitlutlonal cure the market It la taken Inteniallylln doses froal drop to a teaspoonful It acts terectly Ih blood and mucout surfaces the aye 1m Th- eonr one hundred dolltn for anycase t falla cure Bend lor circular ami tMllmontali Address F J OlIENEYt CO Toledo O Sold by druiqtlita 7Jc halts Family Milt are the test The world is moving and so are we We Must Sell Not a dollars worth of goods will we carry away from bore So come and take a plunge in these bargains Only one month more and The Kackct Store the cheapest In town will he gone Como quick and get any kind of goods you want at your own price Our stock Is complete Now is the tlmo to make 50 cents buy SI worth of goods The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Kor tale house and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac In 1 MURRAY MeADAMS Y- i Leading Jewelers Danville Ky + HH HH H + IIIHHMHH It ii no trouble for you to select presents at our store at we carry the argent lloo to bo found in Central Kentucky DIAMONDS Tho largest lino to be found outside of the largo lllcs WATCHES A complete lino of ladle fancy enamel plain gold engraved set with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches ofall kinds goats t watches In the best flied and solid gold plain engraved and set with prvclpusjitonea BROOCHES Brooches set wlli diamonds and pearls and other Btonca RINCS Ladlces Sittings from 1 to JIOO and up JEWELRY of all kind Kino leather goods and Umbrellas from fi 60 and 120 lCutof novelties in silver orniulo gold and bronze I Clooks We have too many kinds of clocks to dccrlbo Prices alow u the lowest Every sale entlllo the purchaser to a guess at the number of hours and minutes the mammoth caudle In our show window will burn contest will be decided by the 2tth of December We will vivo the following presents to the Ladesnearest second nearest and so on 10 Diamond 125 qr Genie Gold Watch Third 8Ui Cut Glass Howl finest cutting Fourth 10 Seth Thotnm Parlor Clock Fifth 15 Solid Gold Cull Muttons Sixth 360 Six Solid 811 Spoons Gorham make Seventh 180 Solid God Scarf Pin To the one guess ing the exact number of days hours and minutes the candle will burn wo will give 810 additional MUKRAY MADAMS MAIN ST DANVILLE KY Tile Green giVer Development Co I Win Hicks President L II IhcttTplacc Vicepresident WS Foul BecrrtaryTrcanurer 8 P Gray Gen Manager Directors Wm lllckn L U Pcltyplsce W S Foutz S P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Homo cilice 17 and 10 Princeton Ave HlueQeld W Va Brancn office McKinney Kentucky t I t i I Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Valuef1 Thus company controls 1103 acres of proven oil territory In the Green Itiver Oil latin In Lincoln Cbunty Ky on line of the U8 II IL Three wells have been rilled on adjoining laud and 4 OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES One well being within 30 yards of this companys lands This company lau pur hated the latest patented rig and reel together boiler and engine all new Thll machinery Is already on the ground and drilling has alread begun 6500 hares of the stock are now offered at 40c a share for the next 30 days only to be 1toLamps for our follow 1 t t t 150 175 200 145 300 213 JAS CO aw Is making Big ing Spe cial inJClothing Boots Hats I NotionsDruggistIn JAMES All New and Fresb Goods Bootsjat and of Prices Heavy Buggies Live Farming We Will Carson Corn Wheat f i Go TO W For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains