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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 1901 3 P M NO 80 F Hustonvllle II n Camnltz Is again confined to- 1 bUbcd Lyon d Myers shipped to Atlanta 26 tips sugar mules The Wayne Oil k One Co organized hero Saturday night has sold moat all of ltd itock shares I F Staple a merchant In this town A for tbo poet 16 years will leave In a h few dayi for Delia Plalno Kan Too popular Insurance man Jesse D XH Wearen Is In our city and vlolnlty looking alter the Interests of hit bUllI t new The Red Men of Huttonvlllo have their entertainment well on foot and will render same during Cbrlttmat weak Miss Pearlo Rose who has boon Vii iting In narrodiburg returned Wed ocsday accompanied by Mrs D Casey Allln and ton Mike Saufloy C W Adams bu received and It opening tbo nicest and most complete line of holiday goods teen bore for tome time Watch his ad next week- J Roy D Rose It looking after the interest of Wcatberford ft Myers aodI It receiving opening and straightening up the goods at fast at they arrive The matrimonial laver It permeating the air more than ever and It It rUe mored that ere the old year has gono three moro weddings will have taken place One of our popular young bust nenmoo not Dllllo Dlnwlddle admit llt a tact but say nothing about It The now and complete line recently apurchasedhat begun to arrive By Dec 10 tbey will be fully prepared to supply the trade with dry goods boots shoes rbats caps clothing groceries and drugs In fact anything to be found s a Qntclais general store Juno II Reid hat accepted a position with John B Stout the Dnvtllo druggist and will with his family move to Little Urltaln Jan 1 George D Weatherford and Dr J C Barkcrwho went to Wayno ID tbo Interest of their oil tack returned Tuesday Judgo W bL Myers It In Louisville buying s J D Bwopo bat returned from a trip to the mountains Emmett Mc Cormack It sojourning Casey county bunting Capt Ed Sherman accompanied by Mctirt E C Plitncr and John Sampling of Cincinnati arc hero bunt ing W L Evans and W G Cowan joined the lively hunting party In v Casey Tuesday LANDSTOCKCROPS ETC Corn Is telling at 1350 In Louis villo Jako Iluguely of Boyle told to Ve 65 expert cattlo at 1540- Tho Iercburon stallion Pourqulpols told for 13500 at Chicago Hooker Wllklninn bought of Mr Tudor eight fat hogs at Co Joo E Iorlman sold to R C Hock or a Jersey cow and calf for 115 Five good young cows with young calves W M Bright Stanford 2t The department of agriculture eat t mates the cotton yield at 0074000 i balesMay wheat went to SOlo at Chicago yesterday anti May oats made tho record price of 40jo W C Whitneys onco famous Jean Deraud only brought 1300 under the hammer at Lexington Ron S L VanMctor of Fayc sold to L Joseph 172 export cattlo weight 1450 pounds at Co Scores of cattle arc dying in Chris tian county from a peculiar disease supposed to be smut colic Chat Lutes of the firm of Lutes fc Co was In Cincinnati Tuesday with a load of hogs that brought 5o Peter Stirling winner of tbo Kentucky futurity brought 19200 at tbo FailgTlpton sale In Now York Wrlto to T A Bradley Danville and secure English Berkshire boars and gilts not akin by Imported boars The Glasgow Times reports the sales of 60 barrels of corn at 93 35 hogs at 6t3 and a bunch of yearling cattlo at 3io Gen John B Cattleman of Louis yule was appointed executive commit iceman from Kentucky for the Nation al Live Stock Association Lutes S Co shipped to Cincinnati Wednesday a load of lambs bought this section at 3c Tbey also boug in Casey and Adair 121 fat hogs at from 41 to Omor James sold 02 barrels of corn at 1250 In the shock J A Nooe of Bur gin sold a bunch of 300 pound hogs to Wm Ruble at Mo and bought a bua of 70pound shoata at 41oHarro- burg Democrat II T Mclntyro 8t Paul Minn w has boon troubled with a disordered atom itch says Chnmbcrlalns Stomach a Liver Tablets do mo moro good than a thing 1 have ever taken For sale Craig it locker druggists In attempting to arrest boisterous pNo pNoeeyandturnuoka3wflNegroeswe MT VERNON A girl has arrived at W F Champs at Paint Lick Ton families In Wlldlo moved within a week not all of them from tbo place however Some one lifted a quarter of beef from Dr Ponnlngtons smokebouio a few nights loco Doe Is real angry about It- James Pro witt was In jail on account of a pence warrant sworn out by A MetciRor Prawltt was rolea cd on a 8250 bond M J Miller In the only survivor of the Mexican war living In this place His narrative of adventures In that hot country are quite Interesting Dr Nqrtbcutt of Nlobolasvlllc president of the oil company now drill log near Conway was out this week looking over the grounds The drill Is down about 350 feet and has passed through two or three small pockets of oil Tbo company feels confident of getting tbo fluid In paying quantities Wlldlc station ou K C was named for Will and Dee Albright who were citizens of that locality when the road was built Conway took ltd name from the Conway holrs who owned a large body of land In that neighborhood LangforJ was christened for Mazes N Langford and MuMlns Station was to called for the Mulllns family of Rock castle There Ia poalotllco In Northeastern parrot county named Dlsputan ta Before the otllco was established thorn was some trouble and dispute s to what tbo name should booDr D Williams throw oil upon the troubled waters by suggesting tbo name that was adopted Wabd flue miles to Southwest of this place carries the In itials of W A li Davie tho alphabet manE B Miller Is some better John TIInlay who was for years a popular shoe drummer making this territory and who located some time since atI Bozeman Mont Is hero visiting friends coo relatives Rev Oney Methodist of Lexington held several services at the Presbyterian church R H Llvetay hoe sold his house aodI lot on Williams Avenue to Dick Cum miss for 1500 Judgeelect S D Lewis was In town Monday after a three wccKt Illncsk Hiram Fish and daullbI ter Marguerite bavu C Pulllnt of plot Lick will move to bis recently purchased farm near Conway next week Free Silver Erarlck Is doing tome brick work on the limekiln hero Fritz Krueger who It noshIn Loultvlllo on account of poor health la reported no better IIHUDIILEGeorge Wood sold Jesse Lynn some butcher stuff at 3c Bring your turkeys to Hubble next week If you want the best price for them 1000 wanted H J Luce told a gelding to George Wood for SUO Eubanks Bros bought soma fat hogs of Mr Pleasant at bio L G Hubble writes us Irvin Doming Now Mexico that ovary day theta is a May day and that tbo girls are strictly out of sight C P Blanks has decided to go to In diana and will sell his house and five acres of land pad other property on Saturday Dec 14 No are glad to note that Mr Curry has returned from Loulavlllo with his cImay save eye A lire Mooro was kept away frofhis appointment last Sunday on aeIcount of a funeral service bo will preach hero Sunday afternoon at 230 Ben Pennmans little boy was play log In a lot Sunday abets a wagon was scotched when a bog rooted out tbeIprop and the wagon ran over the boy and broke his thigh Dr boo Moves ho will soon be all rllrbtISilas Messer and Miss Bottle Alex ender married at tho homo of tbo bride and on the same day Mr Slon bicae ertsand Miss Jennie Yakey wore made ono in Stanford by Judge Bailey All jotsIn best wishes for both couples Is one moro weddln than we predicted CHURCH MATTERS Dr Wm Shelton will preach at tho MILothttions to that church The protracted meeting at the HI vllle Baptist church conducted Elders Robert and John Splllman etc od with 43 additions Glasgow Tim oded Mmo Tsllka are held prisoners at a lidoIw tonof theyas muob right to do this as Institutions of learning LeoolrCity LANCASTER Rev fluey of Calvin arrived yes terday to n aUt Rev Wolford In tbo protracted meeting State Commander M F Elkin was laMour town last evening to attend the in itiation of several now members IntoI the order of MaccabpelI resignedheraccount of III health Wm Walker IsIvery ill at bU nome on Richmond Ave City Assessor E 7f Harris reports the property In Lancaster at 837937 an Increa onTotal200Tho telephone exchange has been moved from the old oOlco on Stanford street opposite the yell to the 0lllc8I over StormesUruir store The house just vacated hat boon rented by James 1 White Ho will use same as a marI ble sbopIThe HarrlsParklson Repertoire troupe will boat Garrard Opera House on next Monday Tuesday and Wtdnes day nights This Is an uptodate troupe having played to crowded houses In Lebanon Somerset and Danville and will pack tbo bouto here Prices of admission 1C 25 and tic On Tuesday afternoon Mr Ed Per kins of this place and Mlrs Kemper of Danville were married at the home of the bride parents Both parties are popular young people and tbo bye wishes of a hot of friends are wit them The bappy couple were give- I s an elegant reception at the homo 0 urn Thomas Austin whore they will reside fur tbo present After a lingering illness of paralysis Mr R C Hamilton died Tuesday after noon in bis 43rd year A widow and two sons are loft to feel keenly the loss of a loving husband a good lather He was a prominent farmer scar the city a favorite with all bis neighbors beIo kind hearted generous roan Burial took place In the Lancaster Cemetery at 2 v n4 yesterday after appropriate services by Rev Lcondlas Robinson and Elder A It Moore In the presence many friends and relatives IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Hay a young Clinton county farmer dropped dead N J Stansborry has resigned as county judge of Laurel Mrs Rebecca Richardson aged 78 Is dead In tho Bethel section of Casey Rice Beoge formerly ol Lancaster as opened a livery stable in Danville o The Tiller 011 Co struck a 100 bar rat gusher at 000 feet near Barbour vllle The stores of Dan Wilson Dr Ha plus and Mr Acres at Russell Springs burped Dick Coke of Harrodsburg has fig ured out that he uses 30500 matches a year lighting his pipe Den Mulllns was gives a 12 year son tenco at Whitesburg for killing his cousin William Mulllno A L Kirby charged with killing John Graves in Madison county 12we years ago was acquitted at Richmond Senator Bailey has secured tbo ser vices of Joo Rea tho wellknown trainer to tako charge of his traits next vear Richmond Elks will glvo a minstrel performance soon and au effort la being rondo to got Guy McCreary to act as Interlocutor Elmer Murphy fatally shot his eta father Dan Cox nt Plttsburg and his wife engaged in a quarrel and Murphy sided with his mother Tbo Oil well at Junction City has reached a depth of nearly 1000 fee but no oil has yet been found Other derrick will bo put up and the flold thoroughly tested before It la abandon ed Revenue receipts at the Danville Ilea for November wore divided as follows List 820009 beer 11112 apt r 20015805 cigars and cigarettes 141 tobaoco 818810 case stamps 6 p pecials IC60 documentary slam 655 79 Total 20200769 The contract for erecting the U B F Halt on Walnut Street has been let to Samuel Harding Ground has al ready been broken and the building will be pushed to early completion The cost of the building without fur n ture will be 7000 Advocate MATRIMONIAL willbqhe Robert Adams and Miss Ellen ICI lsB8iyesterday A JcITorsonvlllo widow married an Iowa man whom she bad never mete fl tll bo came for tbo ceremony The engagement of Lunsford Yan dell of Louisville and Miss Elizabeth Uosford of New York Is announced Carroll Portmau son of J E Port pica of this place was married at Portsmouth 0 last week to Miss Anna Ross A Dulhown N Y book teller ya short 1100000I II A Letter FronfGeo D Prentice to Mrs T P H1I1IMit EDITOR I was recently shown Col T P Hill a letter written to rs Hill formerly Mrs nowlcr while a resident of Little Rock by tbo George D Prentice when was an old man and she young WOo mao Knowing that the public will en joy readings production of tbo re gratolfiedregard for this most excellent lady that all bad who knew her I bayo prevailed Col Bill to furnish me a copy for pu blication XLLOUISVILLE Feb 14 1858 MY DEAR MRS FOWLER It has been u long time since I saw you but I an youdtome I love dearly to remember you and I believe I am the butter fur the memory The hours I peeved with you were few but tbey aro bright gem of the past which time hoe no power to make dim Your beauty your sweet Hare sour gentleness pad the deep purity and truth nt all youreoUments throw a golden glow over my mind when I think of you as soft and bright a s that which the Summer sunset throws over wood and stream and Held bollevo that I have never melon earth or oven In tbo realms of dreams a and fhmo for I have no motive to flatter you and I would not do it If I bad a thousand motives I thought when I was in Little Rock that I should visit Arkansas again the following Spring and of course 1 anticipated great delight In meeting you but I was called posy bao Inex orable necessity to another part of the jlbly we may never meet again especial bopeforlam far from you you will over be to my spirit a flower a star a fount a rainbow and a songbird Give my kindest regards to your ex cellent husband If you think this note a more romantic one then t ought to write to you please reflect that it la written on St Valentines Day andox cues Your admirer and friend GEO D PRENTICE MUST HAVE THE I J When I arrived In this city on the 24th I felt as though everything was just as I would have It but Ina few days I found out that something I knew oat what was wrong After much nnx- oty I found out that It was the absence of the INTERIOR JOURNAL How true the old adage Is You never miss the water until the well runs dry Wo are all ungrateful for the many prlvll awayfromper twlceaweek we are Ingrates If fall to subscribe for It Permit me to say a few words about the Queen City of the Blue Grass Lexington She has the nomoof being rsthe second wickedest clay In the world This may be true but Lexington is certainly one of tho most thriving cities West of the Allegheny Mountains Hundreds of new houses arc being bunt every yiar and the many many agen surezcould say much concerning her Institu tions of learning but Iwill not take up too much of your apace but will tclose by saying a merry Xmaa to tho editor his staff and all L J readers Yours truly T J NORTH ANDofTry them When you feel dull allot eating When you have no appetite payWhen you have a bad taste in the mouth When your liver is torpid Whoa your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you feel bilious They will Improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowes For solo by Oralg k Rocker druggists A crusade has begun In Washington against tho Southern custom of men re moving their bats while riding in ele passengerddtiara of several largo office buildings stating that good taste does not require It The reason for the crnsade Is side to be altogether hygienic Miss Ells Willis of Crawfordsvllle led received a dressed turkey from her sister Mrs Mary Culver of St Louis The turkey was stuffed with a certified check for 10000 a Thanks giving present to Mrs Willis Mrs Elizabeth Boll who lives lounnvllle le hale and hearty at nearj years says a dispatch from MIddleburir G L CARPENTER V G WITHERS WE SELL ijigl Grade Furniture Ctyeap But do no not sell Cheap Furniture High Our Holiday Goods rc MoqucttHugsand see thats the best way to find out Dont miss your chance to buy a Standard Sewing Machine They arc the best We fire soiling them at cost for a short time only Withers Furniture Co STTCNFORD KENTUCKY N t j tr Its Easierto throw on an Over coat than throw off a cold New stock of Fullmore and Yoke Overcoats just received Come in and examineit will pay you IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSDH Danville XMAS PRESENTS Dont decide on your presents before visiting Muellers Jewelry Store I and seeing his nice line of SILVER NOVELTIES GOLD JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS WATCHES CLOCKS AMERICAN IMPORTED CUT GLASS All pretty combinations of the most rac ial and ornamental standard goods at the lowest possible prices ALL GOODS AS REPRESENTED REBATE STAMPS GIVEN W H Mueller The Jeweler Overcoats SUITS Boots Shoes Felt Boots Underrwear Gloves c Everything for winter wear at 1 I Cummins S McClarys I n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candl4ate for Railroad Comralnloner fortb 2d OUtrkt tablect to the wilt of the democrx s PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS first mcs sage is not as able as some that have been sent o Congress but what tt 1lacks In ability IB fully made up In t To us It looks as If the prcsl dent has attempted to cover too much t territory and wls believe that his age could have been as coraprehene and far more forcible If It had been Condensed ID halt the space There Is no attempt at flowery rhetoric but tbe lengthy document Is written In simple English After a tribute to President McKinley It assails anarchy and SUI Rests legislation that will reduce tbe number of anarchists arriving la tbe U 8 and bar those known to be anar oblate The message defends cooce ration of wealth and trust formatloi but admits necessity for stringent government supervision and calls for pub llclty as the firbt step It opposes any general tariff changes but recommend reciprocity when American Interei will not be endangered by reduction of tariff duties Indorses subsidies to promote the growth of the mercha marine It reconumenda amendments to interstate commerce law with a view to increasing the powers of too com mission Favors reenactment of Chinese exclusion law and advleea measures looking to the protection of Amer- Ican labor Warmly recommends rec lamatlon of arid lands of the West and preservation of forests and game VII orously calls fur army reforms and ad dUlocs to the navy and reiterates the Monroe Doctrine ASKED about his future the Tam many boss Richard Croker said You wont see much more leidlog on my part I am getting old and worn out aad I cant be a field horse for everybody any longer Croker has been a horse in hU day and his services for the cause of democracy will bo forgotten long before they should be WHILE so many of the counties In the State are securing rural mall dally cry would It not be a good Idea for Lin coin county people to make an effort It that direction It Is a great conven- Ience and certainly we are entitled to a portion of the good things that are gc lagHoN D H SMITH made a play for popularity in the House the other dav by introducing a bill providing for the election of U S Senators by the direct vote of the people Up to the hour of going to press the bill hadnt pasted TWENTY mountain counties contributed to the State treasury during the past fiscal year 117102438 and drew therefrom 850489922 and still some of the mountain people claim they get nothing not even civil liberty THE Elkton Progress advertising patronage la so great that Brer Gaines has been compelled to enlarge to a five column quarto We congratulate the gentleman on the big business he IB do log THIS has been an exceptionally good year for foot ball players only 13 hav- Ing been killed In the U S during the 1season of three months just closed THAT charming the Congressional Record again finds its way Vo our exchange table for which we are duly thankful ktPOLITICALThe Scbley case la coming before CongressRural free delivery has been ordered In Hlckman county Collector Craft has appointed John Tapp his brotherinlaw to a 8800 dep utysblp Senator Burrows introduced a bill for the exclusion and deportation of anachlsts Congressman Irwin Is reported to have lined up with Bradley In the fight over the eurveyonblp Revenue Collector Craft tells his em that they need have no fear of assessment for political purposes Both houses of Congress adjourned from Tuesday until today out of re ipeot to the late President McKInley Rear Admiral Van Reypen will be roappolnted surgeon general of the Navy Dr Rlxeya friends thought ho was going to get the job The commissioner of internal revenue baa rendered a decision in which he holds that banke must return for taxation all capital surplus undivided profits and borrowed money used in the business of banking The press of the State and country is full of praise of Judge Breoklnrldge The people love him the more because of the partisan decision of judges who reversed themselves and their prede ceasora for 50 year beak In order to oust hip Bourbon News It develops that at a meeting on the day before the late election the Fayette fiscal court met and Increased the sal arlca of the county judge from 11 to county attorney from Buperlotendentjof s The Isthmian Canal Commission reported to Congress In favor of tho Nlcaraguan route on tho ground tl its advantages are superior to the Panama route There Is a minority reporh which declares that the Panama routo la by far the most advantalleousITho president charges against George W Lleber the new collector at Covington and or dcrcd his name sent to the Sonate The president also promised the 1en tucklans thatDr Hunter would disturbed in his job as minister to GuaI temala and Honduras The Cincinnati Enquirer makes tbo admirable suggestion that Ibo repub llcans of the Kentucky Loglslatu should vote for Gov Taylor for Unl ted States Senator Ho cant bo at homo much anyhow Then too It seems to be the policy of his party to honor assassins provided they aS5a88l nato democrats Harrodaburg Demo crat Tho deluge of new bills In Congress continues Mr Brownlow of TennesI see heads the list with 258 bills aud resolutions Among the bills are onos providing for Federal buildings at Law renceburg Lebanon Ellzabsthtot and Barditown for enlarging tho hulld log at Richmond and for the purchase of the site of the battle of Perryvll for a National pavk- ADDITIONAL LOCAL READ J K CHRISTIANS turkey ad- SEE the big line of Percales at He Severance S Sonsitcounty court day Como In and see us andyou know the feet OUR entire line of heating stoves at coat to make room for holiday goods Geo H Farris d CoitWILL take farm products in exchange for coal food etc or sell you cheap for cash J H Baugbman S CoitTIlE Louisville Store matte fun for a crowd this morning by throwing out a lot of bats shoes pants etc There was a great scramble for them WE are having some Winter weather now with a half Inch of snow on the ground Yesterday was the coldest mornIng of the season the mercury registerIng 19 YOUR attention Is called to the adI ertlsement of Wm Mueller the jew elor which appears on our first pageI Read It carefully and the problem what shall I give for Christmas pres lute may be easily solved WILL PLAY HOSTONVILLE The Among the Breakers Co will pre tent that pretty two act drama at Al corns Opera House Hustonvllle next Friday night Dec 13 Go If you want to see a good show from start to finish THANKS Mr F Pierce Combest resident of the Green River Woolen Mills Co seeing our urgent need of a paIr of trousers was clever enough to send us three yards of his finest whIch we will have converted IntoI pants as soon ar possible IT Is unusual that aman fined for reaching On the contrary they are generally paid for doing the good work but a fellow named Henry Kldd caught It for 83 In Judge Carsons court for deIverlng a ttermon on the streets here ae was not exactly In condition to expound the gospel LOOKOUT for the Old Fiddlers Contest program In our next issue The old fiddlers are writing the mana gore from everywhere to put their names on program and seats are being ogaged by tbe dozens This will be a strIctly Old Fiddlers Contest noone elng allowed to enter under 40 years of age Dont miss it Xmae night TOOK HIM HoxW L Lower of McKInney started to Parkersc erg W Va Wednesday Samuel Soloman who fell down the tope In the hotel at McKInney some reeks sire and was badly hurt Mr olomant home is at Parkereburg and he was driller for tbe Green River Do elopment Co at ita well near Jumbo JOSEPH CARROLL tbe three months old son of Mr and Mrs A H SeverI ance died at 9 oclock this after a several days Illness of acute tubercular cerebro eplnal meningitis The burial will take place In Buffalo prlngs Cemetery at 10 oclock tomor row morning Much sympathy Is felt ror the father and mother in the loss of the little fellow THE bankers say that yesterdays was the heaviest business of the year The First National paid out over 8700 leoki and closed with an Increase of money on hand The Mercer National likewise did a rushing business and paId 8732 checks Harrodsbur Democrat Thats nothing Our banks have bout decided to quit honoring checks lor less than 1000- PARTNERWANTED Morrla Fred wner of the Farmers Roller MUle wants a partner with money and offers to such good Inducements His mill rinds about 75 bushels of wheat and 150 bushels of corn per day and makes the best of flour and meal He is run log It at the small expense of 8250 per day and wants a partner who can furnish means to buy wheat and corn In irge Write or call on himitWnOSE BABYP A white girl baby rat left on the doorstep of Dolpbla Caldwell colored In Danville In the basket with the child were the follow ID g articles Two calico wrappers two ilru and two skirts of outing cloth two rubber nipples one bottle a sara pIe can of malted milk a sum of money and a note The note read as follows Take good care of tbe baby until I call for It and you shall be paid No name was signed to the note INr i iMstll1 Y sNEWS NOTES tG W Breeding of Adair ia dead The wife of E H Rowland of Rlcb mond la dead ITbe amphitheatre at tho Gcorgcto fair grounds burned Heavy snows fell yesterday In Pa- ducah Memphis and Chattanooga IDr Carl Meyer one of the oldcet In Rutgers College Is dead Dan Maher an American jockeygi 835000 per year for riding In England The twoycar old child of Sam Boot of Bourbon county was burned to death The boiler of Lutes saw mill near Brownetown Ind bursted kllllDIt three men An ordinance Is to be introduced at Columbus 0 to compel women to wel1r short skirts Gen A D Hazen former Third Ae atitant postmaster general died In Washington The court of appeals has decided that gifts made by cities to State Instil- tlons Is legal Mrs William Larferd and thrco daughters were drowned while skatlnll at Halifax S D J S Lyttle who has slept almost constantly for three year Is dead at Hiawatha Kansas Booker T Washington was refui lodging at three of the loading hotel In Springfield Mass Michael J Dunworth a street car conductor was ground to death by a switch engine at Chicago The public schools at Newport were closed on account of the prevalence of measles and scarlet fever Nelson Culver climbed Into the tOD of a tree at Hamilton Mich and con mltted suicide by shooting The soda ash plant of the Michigan Alkali Company at Wyandotte Mich burned causing a 8500000 loss Kaikaikla at one time the capital city of Illinois has been wiped off tbo- map by the postmaster general Young Corbett the champion Ugh mglllst will give a big Christmas dinner to the newsboys at Denver John Rots of Mason county nccl entaly shot and mortally wounded his- wile and wounded his little child The magistrates of Laurel have recommended W L Bruner to succeed County Judge Stanberry resigned New York capitalists are taking eases on 20000 acres of Lewis county lande to begin extensive oil operations Will and John Matlock of Ballard ounty were drowned In the Philip does where they were serving in the armyThe State board of assessment refus ed to reconsider its action In advancing valuatIon of whisky from 83 to 810 per barrel A United States gunboat during No ember destroyed 147 boats engaged lo muggllng supplies to the Insurgents la lamar The tobacco growers of the Philip pines are preparing to form a combine wltb a capital of from 80000000 to 87 09000George Shewmaker son of Harry hewmaker was shot and seriously wounded by Leslie Shewmaker In Washington county Rev W C Davie who rode on boycotted trolley cars at Scranton Pa bas been forced to resign by his work Io g elate congregation ExState Mine Inspector C J Nor wood was thrown from his buggy at arlington in a runaway accident and hls right leg was broken Amber oil of the finest quality hasI been struck on Beaver Creek three miles from Glasgow at a depth of 285 feet by the Kentucky Oil Company City Attorney Lane K Salsbury of Grand Rapids Mich was found guilty accepting a bribe of 875000 for hiI assIstance to pushing through a deal Perry Whltledge a Webster county farmer committed suicide by taking morphine because of remorse following a spree and a nights Imprisonment In jail at DIxon The Washington correspondent of- tbe Chicago Inter Ocean is authority for a report that the Scbley court of In qulry has found against the rear admlr alln at least five of the 10 counts In the preceptThe of appeals holds that pout tcal parties must give 40 days notice of a primary election and that the en- trloe of candidates can not be closed until 15 days before the day let for holding It At a meeting of representatives of railroad companies In New York a proposItion was made to charge a per diem rate on care Instead of a mileage raIe1n order to put an end to the fam- tne in cars The railroad commissioners have fixed the rate of taxation of tho Rowland branch of the L N at 85000 per mile If they had fixed this sum fot- the entire branch It would come nearer ivering tbe cuso Central Record Charles Brown just before being mged for murder at Mount Holly N J knocked hU spiritual adviser who was reading the Scriptures to him useless with an Iron bar which he- bad concealed In his toll and made a ispcrate attempt to escape Foxtown lying In Madison county was sold by Dr David Bennett of Lex Igton to J D Wilson for 87500 The town consists of two residences a ncksmltb shop store poatolUco and 1poetoOlce i Le faay i 9000 WORTH OFg Good heavy seasonable merchandise to be sold at and below costlWaists Ladies Flnnnelcttc Shirt Waists solid it Polka dot worth at 43c Furs 2 Minks 98o 8350 Fur Collarettes 148 5 Fur Collnrettes reduced to 32- 8Comforts Good heavy comforts wurth go at 4lc All better ones cut in half Underwear Fine Egyptian n n d Peeler cotton fleeced Vests and Pantsusual price oOc now 25c Jackets and- Capes Wo must close out this department within 10 days Ladies 1 Capes cut to I9c a better one at G9c All Indies misses n n d childrens capes and ncketa nil to onehalf their real value 1 ere ong a of If you taken cf this Great do these Prors Retail r J M Cress sold 45 bogs to S Mot gin at Go D M Anderson boughv 20 calves from Jim Roberts at IOCen tral Record I will open my turkey house to buy Tur keys MondAY next Dec 0 and will pay the highest priceJ SALE I will sell at puhllc auction at toy on Fut Main street on Doc 21 IdOI beginning at 9 a lot of Houtchol and Kitchen Furniture of a lot of bedroom etc Also a black heifer calf a valuable hone and buggy Terms made known on dar of tale WAVERLY HAMILTON Ilowland Ky A Red With horns weight about 1000 pounds bit been at my II ace about four week can get him by paring for this notice and bli keep W Ky I will open a Normal ut Science for advanced and teacher on Jn 6 I9U2 Tuition will be 12 per mouth Those who desire to do o may take beside the Common tirnnchci higher Arithmetic Liter lure Inycbology thus enabling thorn to for a State to You aro cordially to attend Pot full particulars In regard to board and room AddrcM W W HEHK Illll Ky lobe Ware Eubank The following have their landa- posted and they will punish to the full ez cny the law an or ueraoni found hunting fishing trapping or otherwlio tree- passing on thorns Boone O D noo- neJl1O A 01H P NewlAnd W n Ulgelns O LOror E P Wood J E Bruce Oeo D Uopper 811 Baugbman It O Hocker J S A 8 Droaddui Mm J M White J W Baughman J W 8 T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballou J M Adam O T A Bice W M F Lawrence W E Anion J B Foste- rDR R Ejo Specialist of Louisville will be atI St Wednesday December 18 One day only Eyes examined and glasses 1K vca-t w Mens Shoes AH slylcn tight and licavylncp or congress worth 150 now OSo Outing Cloth 25 bolts outing cloth 8 l3o quality at liens 1 fleece lined shirts and drawers ox trn heavy at 15c- 60o h h Ties now only 25c 250 at lee 25o Sox now only 12c 50c Overalls go ntS5c 1 Shirts KO nt Gloves go nt Mens 9 Suits RO nt 175 liens 7 UI at 395 liens 0 Overcoats at 309 liens 150 Pants nt 75c Mens Mackin toshcs with Calm 2 quality 128 liens 2 Corduroy Ilints nt 125 Mens heavy winter Cnlls worth COc nt 25c It will pay you to come and xnmine our clothing stock AH wool dress goods solid colors nnd plaids stworth Wo yard in this snlo only 11t Ynnlwido Percale Sr- Cotton 5c- AH Cuicoes go at k60c Fascinators 2rc GOo Corsets go 28in steel rod Silk Umbrellas were 75c now 89c Blankets white and large site worth at lUo pair 150 Blankets ntOc Boots Get our prices it com pare with those of nay other in town nnd you will see wo save you nt least 50 per rent Ladies Shoes from up Misses Shots 19P up Boys Shoes from H5c f r Months have dwindled into weeks and Tho Louisville Store ofIStanford I9will be tiling the past havent advantage Closing Out Stile so now prices will move the goods LOUISVILLE STOREISalinger Bros Wholesale and Stanford Ky j TURKEYS Stanford PUBLIC house Saturday oclock furnlturebeddlnglwYtItabICl- chpJr Steer Hubble School Kv indent School Algebra Ithutnrlc certlUc Invited Science K- yPOSTED PleananU Newland Hockor Adams MIuMaryFepplei Walter Warren GOLDSTEIN Asnpb HotelStauforci adjustedI 5- cUnderwear Suspenders 49c 41- 0Clothing stern Worsted 21cfSundries nt2k- fmbreflas GlorinI Blankets 101 gray Shoes- Rubbers GUcI lipi THE EDUCATIONAL See The Poigt I If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to ha- veFETAaLE t To sec tho point it is necessary to have correctly fitted Spectacles To get Correctly Fitted Spectacles it is necessary to call on Craig HockerWho readytoI Style and Fit of all Glass es they sell Prices Range From 50cts To 10 A Grand Opening of HOLIDAY GOODS To take place Saturday Dec 7th 1901 at GEO H FARRIS COS REFRESHMENTS SERVED GOOD MUSIC ALL DAY Everyone cordially invited We will try to make your visit a pleasant one besides showing you the largest lino in Stanford GEORGE H FARRIS A CO J Fabras Medicated Food For Horses Cattle and SheepIMoM + I I II I t I It I I I u++Amedicino us well us tt food A specific for Indigestion 1nigorates t blood regul4tes bowels and expels worms grubs land isline++++ 1444fF fij f+ H HM JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 4 J I t t r Qgrzft11 Danville Ky r +IIIJIIJUItIIIIII ++l r Great ifeductioi Sale t OP lADIES i BOJJYTOWEAR GARMENTS Every thing new tool strictly nplotlnto Our entire line of ready mndo garments go in this sale 135 Tailor Made Suits 200 New Cloaks 50Walking Skirts 75 Long Skirts 4 30 Silk WaistsJ T 60 Fine FUrscIt is impossible to itemize all these goods in one atlver tisoment so wo will mention onlya few representative items from each lino 1008 Now Pedestrian Suits made of the finest Pebble Cheviots lowest price has boon 15 j SUOS Pedestrian Suits finely tailored made of grey golfing were 1375 i 750 Suits of fine Venetian Cloth with stitched Taffe ta bands several styles that sold for 1375 1008 Suits of lino Venetian with silk vests and bands Has been a groat seller at 15 1750 Suits made of the finest Volutina Cords sol 1 for UO 75 others just as cheapcLadies Coats 175 27 inch Kersey Coats in castor reds and black were 050 008 27inch Coats made of tine Montaignac cloth in black and brown satin lined were 10 008 Ladies Oxford grey Kaglans satin body lined t were sold at 15 1675 31 Coats made of the finest Kersys beautifully tailored lined nil through with 150 satin These were sold at 2250- Childrens fino i11 wool coats at 3 to 750 were 5 1250 Fine Furs 1750 Handsome Stone Marten Collar was 1750 1250 Sable Fox and dark Mink collars were 25 800 Stone Marten Scarf with 8 real Marten tails were 1350 1500 One real Baton Marten Scarf was 30 New line of cheaper furs from 1 to 5 each Separate Skirts 375 Skirts made of fine heavy corduroys were 075 500 Walking skirts that sold at 7 075 Taffeta silk skirts with all over tucks and hemI stitched and tusked graduated flounce 000 Several very fine cloth skirts that have been 15 to 10 100 others equally as cheap 308 Choice of any 0 colored Silk Shirt Waistr All our goods arc marked in plain figures so r you can tell what the prices have been Everydreduction bona fide exactly as stated r Christmas Goods We now have Jon display over 7000 worth of SivcrJ wave Cut Glass China BricaBrac Gold Jewelry Silver Novelties Etc Any price present from 5c up This di 1 ploy alone is worth a long drive to see FHE INTERIOR JOURNALI STANFORD KY 1001 Iq filling your prescriptions we use propartlOOInot do batter It yon paid ui double tbo price which le always reasonable Poe nys Drug Store PERSONALS MR S R COOK continues Mil O H OWENS went to Louisville TC terday femllytoMns D W VANPEVEEU hOB moved to her property on Main StrOQi rolatlvesHannibalMo woreheroMiss WHITLYK MUHPIIY spent sev eral days with Mils Ophelia Lackey Mil W W WITHERS went to Louis vlllo yesterday to remain a low weeks MRS L C LEE loft today to spend a MilanTennMR A M PENCE Is working the nountalns In tbo Interest of Careon L Pcnce ATTORNEY JT IlAVSof Lancaster was hero today returning from court at Darbourvllle LlvlnptoovlhedDrown yesterday MR B Ct CLAY a Lexington capl PUIIIIJAMES REID eon of Mr F Reid Is McGoodwinMRS W K SHCOARS of Lancaster pasted through yesterday to visit her parents at McKinney Da M C DEATH ledown from MalterJosepb STEt1TANNERMies Florence Tanner at McKinney Miss CAILIK HORTON of the liar rodsburg Democrat is at her home In tbo East End enjoying a much needed rest MackbaveIn Lincoln county Harrodsburg Dem crat Dit W B PENNY of Danville w wtokilledPerryvlllo hbabyfamllyCootralMiss KATIE BASIN who has been sick with fever for four weeks 111m LondonTilE Danville News has a hard tim o on to Mr 0 P Huffmans ofhima s Jesse Huffman IN remitting for her paper from Har orDlrmlolbam hubaodforhealth for the latter and am glad to Juetwltoeuedstorm While It was terrific It was landscahereafterure The mercury for the post 10 days has stood at zero however wo are enjoying the great change of cli mate and the sleighing Is very fine toLOLOT handmade harness J C Mo Clary RUDIIKR shoes of all kinds at Sever ance Jr Sons GUESS for the big doll at Georgo H Farrls Coa A LOT of now carpets and rugs at Bcazloy Hays READ Severance fc Sons ad what they are doing OALIORAIU Typewriter for sale Miss Ella May Nowiand READ George H rrleCoa op ening ad of holiday oodsItPLACE your order for pictures now Miss Sacray can please you JONES Is displaying some choice fab rice In shirt waist goods this week RESIDENCE on Academy bill and two tenant houses on creek for sale H C Farrle 3t FOR RENT Eithermqtwo reel eacon on West Main Street W Walton DONT forget atthe opening of holiday goods Dec 7 at George H Farris S Gos ITS the boat line of foot wear ev SoSv orance SEE our cook stove with fivcyefir guarantee back before buying John Bright Jr fc Co WE will buy a few hundred bushels of millet seed If offered promptly J H Baugbman tc Co MERsPlcaye return our who sacks or call and ply for them J Baughman b Co rllllera WAIT for my display of holiday goods until next week at I will have an el o gant line of pretty and the latest nov elties W B Mclioberts MAKE your friend a Xmas present of a good photograph of yourself Miss Sacray can do you justice GRANITE Cloths Broadcloths and Imported Venetians In rich shades and fine qualities trash and new this week J P Jones tt THE Lincoln u Medical Society twill meat In Stanford Tuesday next 10 Dr Stcolo Dollop will open tbo session by reading a paper onRheumatism JImall our papers at night that it ties been necessary to have two postal clerks on the night trains JAILER DOZIER of Knox county came down Wednesday and took back with him J E Hendrickson who has been in jail Nora for months Ho got a life sentence tot murder but the court of appeals granted him a new trial You had better pay your taxes next Monday county court day or before Sheriff S M Owens has engaged spaco in this paper for his delinquent list and your name will appear In it if your tax es are not paid This gentle hint to the wise should be sufficient FOR TRIAL William Vandeveer the Negro who shot and killed Miss Brawl at the Liberty fair while shoot lOll at Odlo Paul and who has been here for safekeeping since was taken to Liberty yesterday morning by Sher iff T J Bell and Jailer J M Brown of Casey for his trial Two houses and lots In Stanford to bo sold at 1 oclock county court day In December Sale In trout of court house One lot has two dwellings and necessary outbuildings Situated near Morris Freds mill Tbo other lot n Whitley Avenue Half to bo paid cash balance in six months W A Tribble Attorney 4t ulrtDatRALSCRLEY ILLEDAdmlr al Schley the famous jack rabbit be longing to Gen Gentry met his death yesterday morning on non John Sam Owsleys farm when some J5 beagle bounds were set on his trail The race did cot last long but sport was fast and furious while It did A red fox was sooneoeand Geo Gentry will have him In shape for another racy before tbo fox SpringsgSome ICO or moro people saw the above races BADLY HURT Mrs J H Vaohook- of McKinney mot with an accident Tuesday that may coat her life She and her little daughter Ollle had started from Mr O Crows and just as they were crossing the bridge in front of that gentlemans house the horse jumped from the bridge and took with him the vehicle and Its occupants to the depths below Mrs Vanhooks head struck a rock crushing her skull and badly hurting her otherwise She was still unconscious at 10 oclock this morning but tbo doctors are lens alarmed about her condition than they were yesterday The vehicle was com pletely wrecked Dra J G Carpen ter of this place and Bertie Carpenter of Hustonville are Mrs Vanhooks physiciansNEtVLAND51re Elizabeth Jane Newland relict of Mr A C Nowland died at toe home of her son Benry F Newland Wednesday aged 74 Her maiden name was Rayborn and she was born In the house she died In Mrs Newland was member of the Predes- tlnarlan Baptist church and wan most excellent Christian lady Sho died of a complication of troubles but the ill ness preceding her death was of only a oaow days duration Four sons and daughters aro left to mourn this truly good mother and In their sorrow they have much sympathy They are Messrs H F and W D Newland Mrs T J Curtis and Mrs Dr I B Oldham The interment occurred In the home burying ground at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon whoa a large crowd of neighbors and friends gathered to pay their last respects to the splendid woman DtcxExsoxM John Dickon son aged 88 died suddenly at the home of Mr J D Bastln at Ewell at 11 oclock Wednesday He was a sufferer BastinRhis heart He ate heartily at breakfast and talked to Mr B when he entered his room two hours before be died Mr DIckonson served with distinction in inerthe toll gate on the Danville pike for about 20 years and was well known to tbo traveling public generally HIs wife died some tour years ago and be has since made his homo with Mr Has tin who Is his nephew Mr Dickon son was sprinkled in his Infancy and while ho always claimed to boa Metho dist be scarcely over attended church survivingcompromising democrat and was per hope the oldest one In the county Hla remains were laid to rest ID Buffalo Springs Cemetery at 11 oclock pester day 4 2 2 ft g 5 i 4 f j 2 J i e Ladies Shoes j he 1 Itira Fit for a Queen The best Shoe Man find Machinery can makef In Kid Vici Patent Heavy Welt I Extended Sole With a cushion insole making it warmer and very flexible Ladies who theirfeetIs a perfeetly perfectfitter H J McROBERTS II TI TRUTH OF THE MATTER II You remember the trouble MrColumbus had in getting some one to believe his story about the new continent but he persevered nnd finally the whole world knew that Columbus was right because lie proved it to them We want to prove to you tho truth of our story about Dry Goods Cloaks Notions Shoes etc and are willing to spend some time and trouble to do it Quality nnd price never entered into suchclose competition as in every article that leaves our house Wo buy the latest styles and best qualities made We sell them just as low as reliable goods can be sold and keep on speaking terms Vith our bank account You make no perilous voyage to some uncertain port when you come to us to buy Weve got the goods good goods lots of them tho kind you like to buy the kind we like to sell If you havent bought your winter supply it will pay you well to buy of us JOHN P JONES Stanford Kentucky A CHANGE IN THE fIRM I jSTeccssltates n change in our business methods I for a while Jos Severance who has an interest ill 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 which will make this sale of interest to every buyer of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Underwear Etc This stock will beroffered so low that we will not ticket or charge goods and will be for sale for CASH ONLY to all In order to theyIplish our purpose we will be compelled to collect all outBt notes and accounts and ask the cooperation of our friends and customers in th- isSeverance Sons EMI E EfiiiEti To Strike Oil call at TilE HARIES WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVfLLE KY Our stock is complete in every sense Prices are below the Trenton Rock where the oil is found Our Shoo Stock equals that of any city at 25 per cent lower prices 20 years experience insures this In ample time our stock of Holiday Goods will be open for your inspection We keep every thing found in a general line Come and save your oil in winter goods We guarantee no dust ers or watered stock CHARLES WHEELER GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist e For Wall Paper White Lead i Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage PaintIVarnish and Varnish Stains i rIiNTEUIORJOORNAL t Altered n the potlqflce at Stanford U itendctau matter and Fz14 vtIUaheCLrUayIIru T1 PER YEAR CASH Air When sot sopUdSBJSOO will bechanced KNOXVILLE DIVISION i 24 Train going North II 211am- S M a m J6 II II ii v4JS m IIU P m For alliPolnti KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION t 4025 ArrrletU Stanford at 108 No2t Leave Stanford at 210 K i No21 AnlTe itUowltndat 1200 No22i L area SUaferd at 2M r R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over IIIgjllns de McKinneys Star Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J a McKINNEY Prop MoISixxxxsy Xy Make and keep constantly on hand tho best of Flour Meal ShlpstulT limn Chick en Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Our torn grinding a specialty D V Kenneth Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE s w Bt11UtE k sm Prors 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 Hone and Mule constantly on hand and for sate at all tlmeA W Logan Wood Manager Ha C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FART FOR SALE I Containing 183 acre two miles south of on Mlddleburg pIke 175 acres twounderdwellings with necessary both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amount oral a whole For further information call on or address J 8 MOBLEY McKinney Ky BlueGrass Nurseries FALL 1901 r Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and everything for Orchard Liwn We sell at right to the planter and have no Agents Oeneral catalogue on application to n V Both Telephone Lexington Ky GREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I I have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people the worth of ypur money You will always flue bargains at my store 1 am selling ocandhand Clothing to now also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing- Goods Floe Shoes late Caps etc f Hoping that you will not forget to pat- fair treatment Ir ronize me promising Invitation to visit the giveBargain Store Cull and see me when you come to town- CINOINNATI HARGAIN STORE M REISER IROn ++ 111111 4111 + i + liI4 + A RUBBER DOCTOR I qlIE home without a Hot Water Bottle larks that something which may be needed any hour of the day or night A soft yielding rubber bag that applies heat as nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours G HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at its best No scorching and a steady even temperature Those r we offer are made as they should beof finest Para rubber with reInforced seams All sizes and every size at a barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky HHMH t i+ Ui+ ++ r PaintingRepairingIa r buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H QUEER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky t OfflctoTcr MeobeiU1 Drug Slot in the Owllll Building Farm For Sale A farm of acres mile from NeBl1 Creek Church Lincoln County for saV Some timbered and some cleared lam good house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky JH BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Broces Old Stand Depot St STfUFOR KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonnbl Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 03 Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Iror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendId taole Everything first clasa Ported meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DANVILIEItY Manufacturer of BPICKTAnd Lime Cement c c Write For Prices VitaeOre Do you know what it laf If not it will you to learn which you can do by watchIng the future columns of this pat or addre Tit EO Noun Geolo AgtJarkabury armers Roller Mills STANFORD SI MORRIS FRED PUOPBIKTOR Try me on grinding If I do not satisfy you will not ask to again Mr James llburn head miller for J II Ilauetiman It Co for years Is now with me at my- mill for Flour Moal Sfcipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit share of your patronage promising to give you thn verybeat me but bear lu mind always that I need itronage MORRIS FRED ProrI J+ G + JYJcG MY UNDERTAKER EMHALMER And DealearIn HAENSSS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSQ- NDERT88ERS Mao DULSUUI Furniture maUltt SRng8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give a call Prices right themI STANFORD KENTUOKY = lt rCO t ri t ntir IMIDDLEBURG into tbo Rev Eugene Sallep Is holding are rival at Now Salem Baptist cbUroh with much suttees Tbero have een tome 60 conversions to date well attended social was gl en at IA Bryant near Browns schoi Saturday night in honor of 1u Eva Trowbridge whoso school eloeed FridayColeman Lucas Is doing as well as could be expected Rico Wilson Is on tho sick list His wile whoso IIne81 was noted In last Issue is eilll very poorly Severe colds are very much In evidence as a result of tbe uneven weather Boo Ed Parker a prominent attor fey of London has shied his castor 10 the ring and announced his candidai for Congress from this district to suc ceed Congressman Borelng who le aleQ candidate for reelection As botb gentlemen hall from the same tows naturally some lively times arc ox pected At present Casey belongs to the only republican Congressional dli trtct In the State but the prospects are that we will bo put in either the Fourt or tho EIJtbtbIQuito a number of our citizens ni tended court at Liberty thU week E S Fister and Gcorgu Hogue are jury men Mrs Spurgeon Sympaon has joined her husband In Louisville Miti es Clara Miller and Viola Ferrel whose schools have closed havo re turned to their respective homes Per ry Wesley closed his school at Oal Grovo Wednesday dell MoAnnlncl returned to Wayne county Monday hIe brother Henry and Moan Moore accompanying him Mrs Nancy Lan ham is visiting Mrs Nancy J Davis Jason Taylor returned to Dan lIIe Monday where be la attending college Robert Hall went to Somerset Monday and will not return until Christmas Archlo Rifle and Robert Hall lately returned from the Philippines and whc served three years In tbe 22d Infantry of which 2i years was spent In tropIcal service were In the thickest of the Philippine Insurrection from start U finish Their regiment arrived at Ma nlla in March after the insurrection broke out in February of 09 Tbe 22d parlllcpated In operations from Manila to Paslg and later In the famous Ma nlla campaign their brave commander Col E bert being killed In the charge up the Mallnto hilt Operations of this regiment were afterwards confined noetly around Arayat Candaba San tliro etc and In the provinces of ttuova Eclur Pampangaand Bulacan Che headquarters the 22d San lal Iro wore also tho headquarters of Goo Tunston to whoso brigade this regl sent belonged There Is little doubt but what the 22d participated in more ingagements and did more severe cam- signing than any regular organlza tlon that went to the Philippines A OOOD COUGH MEDICINE From the GazotteToowombaAnstralta I find Chamberlains Cough Remedy a excellent medicine I have been suf I ring from a severe cough for the last two lonths and it has effected t cure I have treat peosure in recommending it11 Wockner This is the opinion of one f our oldest and most respected residents and hasbeen voluntarly given in good lalth that otberr may try the remedy aOll- be benefited as was Mr Hockner This remedy is sold by Craig t Hocker drug gISls Delhi Want 1s under arrest at Ma- Uold on charge of wrecking tbe ofllce o the Dally Mcsagnger and with make Ing pl of many forms Plcrpont Morgan Is said to be tbe prime mover in a proposed combination of Independent coat mining com panles In West Virginia KINGS VILLE The stores aro opening Cbrlstm goods and considering tbo size of our city the quality and quantity of oods ia by no means mallILittle Miss Edna Baker who bas been of malarial fever Is convalc clng Master Joseph Walter who hns been quite sick Is Improving Wml Murphy Sr continues Ill Dr C M Thompson has gone to a great deal of trouble and nxpenso and as a result bas almost completed a fine largo ten house aod heres boplnJ ther i1 i o Ico enough this winter toil It Wo learn that Wallace W Walt and family will move to Stanford bolo the year bas expired Wo regret vory much having to lose them and certali ly Klogsvlllcs loss will be Stanford gainMrs J A Wright of Lexington II Mra1Thomatho expected guests of Mr McFarland sister Mrs B C Pennybackor Rumor has it that two weddings w occur hero In a very short Limo Wand enjoined to secrecy and will oot disclose names but as a slight tlon will merely state that widows widI owera etc are concerned In the mat ter The entire school and many outsider are to take part In the entertalnmen Friday night and tho few who are not In It had better go way back and sit down If they aro not on hand car lye however they may have to stand up as everybody Is going It Is thought that Robert Dlshon III losing his mind over the sad accident which occurred Friday when ho ace dentally killed his son Millard while out hunting A largo crowd attendee the burial of the remains at Pleasant Point graveyard Sunday Rev Dr J L Allen of Danville will fill his appointment at the Cbrli Ian church Sunday morning and evo Ing Elder Berry of Henderson will preach the 3rd Sunday morning and venlnjr With dear old Bro Allen who is a father to this cburch and chose splendid sermons are over an In Iplratlon to his hearers and the now minister who has made so many friends- n this community the coming year lids fair to be a mot successful one fur tbo Klngsvllle Christian church OUGH8 AND COLDS IN OUiLDRER ecommendatlon of a Well Known Chi cago Physician I use and prescribe Chamberlains Oush Remedy for almost all obstinate instrlclcd coughs with direct results I rescribe It to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it to all in need and eking relief from colds and coughs and ronchial atlllctlons It ia non narcotic and safe in the bands of the most unpro Mlonal A universal panacea for all unkind Mm Mary R Melondy M Ph D Chicago III This remedy Is for- 1a10 by Craig A Hooker druggists City Marshal Dlllloehamof Mt Var non Ill seized a trunk containing 621 dead quail that George S Clark was irrylng as personal baggage If convicted the lowest aggregate penalty of finell and cone that can be Imposed Is 16512 There U more CtUrrb In this section of reutr titan all othnllmM put together and few war supposed to lie In and rronoueurItand br cotuuntlr UllluK to cure mnt pnnouDteo It IncuriMa Sclenwreiit lfOeD catirrh to be a conitltutlontl disease has Ibnolore tlluilon llrf tainl iulli Catarrh Cure msnuhcturl b J Cheney Co Tulixlo Ohio lillmonlr conttlutlonU euro on the market It is taken luternallIto doan trom drop to a teupoonful It acts Ibe blood and luuroui turftce ol tbe 171 1m Tb- olfdr one hundred doUln farsnyease t falli cure Send lor ndt tlinouUli tddrea K JCRwNBYJWToiado0 4oldb UaU Family ruts are the tt A BIG SACRIFICEI- N CLOTHING 600 Mens Suits and Overcoats must positively be sold at once They must be turned into cash regardless of cost Mens Suits fall and win ter weights go at 1290 to f1050 worth double Mens Overcoats from 8275 to 1100 worth doullo A big lot of Dry Goods Shoes Childrens Clothing Blankets Comforts Capes and Jackets Ladles and Gents Furnishings Hats and Caps Rubbers Boots Trunks and Valises to be sold the same way regardless of cost Come and see for yourself The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber iood Milk Cow Ac rDont Take Pills temporarily cure by agitating the Inteslinesiexecuteural agitation I caused by cathartics compels the liverecontinual ana Increasing doses to attain the results r on the form ChillsI of eactsntcr of tho FIFTY CENTS PER CATTLE Lt LuR MURRAY McADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky HM tt II tt 1111 u + foi + + 4 It ii no trouble for ou to select at our store ai we carry the argett iluotto 10 found in Central KentuckyiDIAMONDS The largest lino to be found outhlo o WATCHES A complete lino of ladles fancy enamel plain gold engraved and set with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches of all kinds gents watches in tho best Oiled ami solid gold plain engraved and set with precious atones 1 BROOCHES Brooches sot wlh diamonds and pcarlt sod other precious Stones RINGS Lad Ieee St Rings from St to f100 and up JEWELRY of all kinds Finn Leather goods UMBRELLAS Fine Ladies and Gents Umbrellas from fSGOand 120 STATUARY in Italian marble bronze terra cotta etc Cut Class and China filch cut glass of diamond brilliancy Fine art China Art vases of every description Silverware Large line plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in stlvcr ormulo gold and bronze Clocks We base too many kinds of clocks to describe Prices as low as the lowest WEvory II sale entitles the purchaser to a RUNS at the number of hours and minutes ihe mammoth candle in our window will burn contest will be decided by the Ulth of December We will Rive the following presents to the one guessing nosiest second nearest and to on First 140 Diamond 125 Ladle or Gents Gold Watch Third 115 Cut Glass Uowl finest cutting Fourth 110 SethrThomas Parlor Clock FfftlpG Solid Gold Out Button Sixth 1360 Six Solid Sil ver Spoons Qorham make Seventh 1160 Solid God Scarf 1m To the one guess ing the exact number of days hours and minutes the candle will burn we will give 110 additional MURRAY tC MoADAMS MAIN ST DANVILLE KY J G YKATHKHFOHD V M MYKHS 1 Weatherford Myers Successors to I F Stvc- lcHUSTONVILLB KY i t Dealers In Drugs Dry Goods Notions1e Hardware Groceries Hats Shoes e In order to make room for new goods If 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 WHEN I YOU WANT 100 CENTS WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im plements Etc Etc FOR 100 GO TO- y Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY JMi FRYEIs making Big Inducements and offering Spe cial Reductions for the Holidays in I Nothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry GoodstNotions Groceries Etc All New and Freeb Goods and of tbe Best Quality at tho Very Lowest Prices Heavy Bootsjat manufacturers prices to Close Out LAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Large line of fine Buggy Robes r from 2 to 25 1 Corn Wheat Oats lily Rye c at highest market prices 8 Carson Pence Stanford u