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F f 9 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIORJOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1901 9 A M NO GO MIDDLEBURG The members of1 Epworth League met at tho M E Church Sunday A very delightful and enjoyable up plo pealing social was given at Mr Ab Hall Saturday night Recent rain have greatly revived pastures and late vegetables Corn le f ran ripening and farmers aro saving more provender than tor years Mr J C Colllnaworth will have ay 1410 at bU rcildoncu near Mt Olive on Friday It Is Mr C Intention to leave the quietude of farm life for the x more bustling life of tho city Ross Ramsey of Yoseintlo a widow er of probably 40 and MUs Nora Ray ttO were united In holy bonds of wed look Sunday Rev Hardln Newell of delated They left at once for Wayno workingIEdgar Miller Is having quite a tussle with typhoid fever Miss Ella Ferrell who his been quite lit the past low weeks Is now out of danger Uncle KlUhaGlfTord hat been very poorly the past few days suffering from rheuma and other Infirmities of old ago I The teachers and others interested re educational affairs shouldnt forgot the mooting hero Saturday when a largo attendance Is expected A most Interesting program wilt be rendered We understand thorn will be a social In the evening tho elite from the four winds being most cordially Invited to ba present Revs J Q Montgomery and Wil llama are conducting a very successful series of meetings at the Christian church at Liberty and great Interest Is being taken The sanctlflcatlonlsls havo also captured our county seat and pitched a large tent whore they are- holding services njghtly and drawing crowds equal to sticking plaster The democratic precinct committee men met Saturday and unanimously nominated T S Benson for Justice of tho peace With a united democracy his election Is aslured Squire J A Wall and W T Coulter the defeated candidates are good democrats and will readily acquiesce to the action of the committee thus making assurance doubly sure of victory- It Indeed pains us to think that there are men who In bard fought battles In the put who never showed the least sjns of weakening with a democracy unquestionable and whoso every pride was their strict adherence to the grand principles of the party of Jefferson Jackson and Bryan would let prejudice s and malice got the upper band In local affair as some tow we know In Casey and Lincoln counties Tho doctors now report Albert Ilan tin out of danger and on a lair road to recovery Nothing bait beta seen or heard of young Wall We understand that no extensive search Is being made slnclho change for the better In the condition of tbo wounded boy Wish leg to be fair to all and partial to none we desire to make a more modified statement It seem that young has tin and Crcnsbaw Wall bad already mixed before tbo stabbing took place We have also learned since that the 1100 roward reported offered while subscribed was never actually given lIn consequently there Is now no ro out- Several of our citizens attended court at Liberty Monday Miss Rose Alcorn of Ilustonvlllo and the Missel White of Stanford visited Miss Lizzie Wheat Saturday and Sunday E V Lovelace returned to his home In Sow I erset Tuesday William Stephens wife and children of Newton Ran who have been visiting relatives hero tbo past few wcoksrcturneJ to their West ern home Monday Mr and Mrs John Eason have returned to their home In y Garrard county GW Dryo Is In Cin cinnati on business Rove Logan God boy and Joshua Taylor are attending the M E Conference at Ashland Miss es ElIte and Marglo Sandldgo of Shel by City are visiting Mrs MolHo Durham Sherman Lawhorn bas moved to Lexington where ho will attend College Your correspondent was In Liberty Monday Centennial exercises at tho Baptist church wore a success In till that the r word Implies though there was much disappointment over the fact that very prelIthe program somewhat modified Mon day night our people were given a treat In the form of a free lecture by the Rev Earle D Slmms of Pal Au Fee k Shantung Province China Brother f Slmms has lately returned from the mission fields In China where ho labored some six or eight years and was there during the Boxer uprising of last year and gives some very Interesting and hairs breadth escapes Ho hue been laboring In foreign fields for tho past 12 years and has traveled throughout Mexico tne Central and South American republics Hawaii Japan India Korea and ChinaIn fact all ov er the world and being a forcible speaker his lecture was most graphic and interesting to all who were fortunate I enough to hear him Rev Slmms Is assisting Bro Ferrell In a series of meetings which will be conducted solely on evangelistic lines and all Christian people no matter of what persuasion are earnestly requested to take part Large audiences greet tbo speakers at both the night and day ser vices and a world of good Is sure to crown their untiring efforts so freely exhibited 00 PROGRAM Of Teachers Astoolatlon to be held at Mlddlcburg tomorrow 1st Period 1 The Art of Study I Lesson a Assignment J W Davis b Prcparailon J D Depp 0 Recitation Mrs Davis 2 Interest and Attention Miss Della God bey 3 Thoroughness Perry Wesley 4 Teaching as a Mode of Learning W P Wesley 2nd Period 1 Spirit of Teacher J W Davis 2 Responsibility of Meachersl WO Bryant 3 Right Views of Education 4 Incentives Miss Mattie McDaniel 1 Proper 2 Improper 6 School Arrangements Miss Della Godber 1 Plan of Days Work 2 Interruptions 3 Recesses 0 General Remarks Association 3d Period 1 Professional Ethics Miss Bessie Fogle 1 Relatloa of Teacher to Teacher 2 Relation of Teacher to District 2 Rotation of Parents to School M R Jeter 3 Seven Months Term R S Rector 4 Needs of Common School System J D Depp Reward of Teacher Association MATRIMONIAL Reuben Gastlncau and Miss Lena Wall were male ono at Joseph Gastl noaus Wednesday Former Gov Robert L Taylor of Tennessee and Mrs Alice Flu Hall of Montgomery Ala ware married In Christ Cburoh In Tuscaloosa Ala Mr and Mrs Taylor left at once for Louis vile and other cities after which they will bo at their homo In KnoxvIlle until Oct 15 when Mr Taylor will begin his lecture tour Mr Albert II Severance attended the marriage of Miss Nannetto Heath at Lexington Wednesday to Mr O W McKcnnon a prominent druggist of Waco Texas Dr E O Guerrant performed the ceremony at Mr Nannie Erabrys on Main Street where only ft low intimate friends had been Invited Mr Severance tells us that tbo pair were recipients of a largo number of costly presents CHURCH MATTERS The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South begun In Ashland Wednesday A 400pound bear caused a panic at Llncback Tcnn by entering a church It was killed after a thrce mlle chase b reRatlonthe church property in the Untied State is estimated at 1310187000 Of this sum 145000000 Is said to go Into steeples The annual session of the Louisville Conference ol the Methodist Episcopal Church South was called to order In Bowling Green Wednesday A CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSENTERY AND DIAIUUIOEA Some years sgo I was one of a patty that Intended making a long bicycle trip says F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford County Pa I was taken sud denly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Laceyvillo Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I pur chased tho bottle and took two doses ono before starting and one on tho routo I made the trip scucesifully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost completely run down withan attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time ono dose cured mo For sale by Craig A Hocker The precious woodrtandrubber trees of our new possessions In the Orient aro of Incalculable value says an ex gentpass as mabogony or teak or some oth er wellknown wood There are single trees In the Islands which are worth highgradehoods Corn buskers sprained wrists barbed wire cuts burns bruises severe lacera tions and external Injuries or any kind are promptly and happily cured by ap plying BALLAKDB SNOW LINIMENT Price 25c and 60 For sale at Pennys Trav Myers foreman of Buckwat ters sawmill at Owlngavllle was struck In the eye by a Dying tooth and instantly killed LANDSTOCKCROPSETCI R W Stlgall sold to E P Woods 11 225pound hogs at Co R G Collier sold to Price Bros of Garrarda mule colt for eGo D B Fox sold to George McRoberts 107 barrel of euro In the field at 82 C2 Good seed wheat Red Fultz for sale See sample at Carson Pences W Y Currey Hubble 4t Prince Alert paced the half mile track at Allentowo Pa in 201 equal tog the worlds record Six hundred acres of land In Madl son county owned by the lato Green B Million sold at ItO to E P Million A G Mitchell of Smiths Grove sold 25 mules In tho combination stock sale at Frank nal 105 to 8125 Glass gow Times Claude Prewltt has sold his farm of about 100 aires between Crab Orchard and Oitenhelm to Rev W T B White for 12500 Robert Turpin of the Brookstown section sold a fow days ago to J R MoKlnney 00 cattle average weight 1260 at 4 65 Richmond Climax Ben Sanders bought from Robert Nave 21 240pound hogs a 6c from Edgar Forsytho 37 200 pound weight at 06 and 37 from E W Lyon at Co Harrodsburg Democrat Came to my placo about the lOiti a back sow and barrow weight about 150 pounds Owner can have same by prov InJt them and by paying for their keep and this notice W H Dudderar Row land 3l The tobacco dealers of Owcnsboro are expect fug that 25000000 pounds of tobacco will be put up this season There will be 23 factories In operation Tbo crop Is said to be the finest over grown In that section Monday Oct H will be a great day at the big Lexington meeting The 110000 Louisville prize the 05000 Mo Dowell stake and the 83000 Walout HallCup will all be raced that dayand each one Is worth going many miles to seesMode Nlcoll of Lexington sold to W K Corey president of the Carnegie Steel Company Plttsburg a bandtomq pair of harness horses for 5000 They are Bow Bells by Bow Bells dam Kato and a gray gelding by Bluegrass Hamblctonlao They have been driven a mllo In 230 About 60 mule colts were sold at Winchester Monday Common to fair colts brought 23 to 845 while some Uralclass colt sold for ISO to 875 and one as high as 880 J B Duvall bought a number of good mule colts at 805 Carrllbers Beard bought a number of brokoynulos at 1100 to 8120 Tapp Bros refused an offer of J317 60 for a pair of fouryearold mare mules Beginning Monday morning the most famous sheep In all the country will be gathered together at tbo Pan American Exposition for a period of two weeks Every wool growing State In the United States will be represent ed Tbs total number to bo exhibits- will be close on to 1500 70 locks 20 of which will be Merino sheep Angor- goat will be Included In this exhlbl lion The following strong resolutions wero unanimously adopted by tbo Knox county democratic convention in see TuesdayTbo of Koox county now In county convention assembled share with all other democrats In every quar ter of this great country the keenest sorrow because of tho assassination of our late President McKinley We de nounjo tbo cruel act of the cowardly anarchist who took tho life of our pres ident Wo denounce assassination whenever and wherever or by whomeo over committed True to the teachings of our party wo Are for the mainten ance of law and Ha Just and speedy en forcement by the properly constituted courts of the land to the end tbat the good of society and the safety of the citizen may bo preserved and that our country and people may not again suf fer the loss shame and humiliation which every assassination brings to all rightthinking persons We would urge and teach a strict observance of tbo law and wo condemn tbo motive aad purpose of those who bold It In con temptJames D Black W R Balllnger J N Bradford W S Woodson E E Prl hard committee NOTHING LIKE OIL In dealing with man remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so good for children as the oldfashioned castor oil However much they may ab hot It it is their best medicine for die orders of tho bowels In the more severe cases of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given alter the oil operates and a quick cure Is sure to follow For sale by Craig A Hocker Tbo centennial celebration of Dante Websters graduation from Dartmouth College was held Wednesday in Han over N H The degree of D was conferred on Booker Washington For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets For sale by Craig Hocker r l HO WAN 8ACFLBY hear the distinction of being the youngest and only unmarried man In the INTERIOR JOURNAL office and bow a mad of such good bearing has kept single all long as ho has Is a mystery to papere1xother gentlemen In the office as they are of him He Is steady has n good ear for news and possesses the knowl edge of how to prepare It after he gets it He Is as prompt and regu lar In business as clock work and nothing but Illness will keep him from his post of duty He Is willing to work as long as It Is necessary and long ago made up his mind to do well whatever his band finds to do Mr Saufley Is tbo youngest of the best force on any newspaper to any Stalo and it Is need less to say that tbo writer Is both proud and appreciative of such a group of young men who labor for the interest of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Mr Sauf ley was the first young man In Lincoln county to offer his services in the war with Spain and while ho took part In no engagement his record In the army was such as to bring him from the rank of a private soldier to that of a commissioned officer LANCASTER On Tuesday Lutes Co shipped to Jim Kerns at Winchester a load of 800pound cattle The price was not given FOR RENTIn Lancaster a bouse of 10 rooms garden and table Central ly located and well suited for a board log house For reference John M Orand 8th and Jefferson Streets Waco Texas Miss Lena Welts and Robert Gastl neau of Hyattsvllle drove to Stanford Wednesday and were married The writer joins their manyfriends In wish log the happy couple a long and pros perous life Rev J B Crouch of Stanford and bedsection are sure of a ofatwo men Barry Campbell and Joe Hutching charged with firing into a wagon of hemp bands wero held in a 500 bond which they could not give and were seat to Jail The other two boys were cleared Warrants were Issued for Campbell and Huichlngs for carrying concealed weapons and for furnishing whisky to minors Welcome Clark and Will Todd were arrested Monday for striking and cutting with Intent to kill Trial set for today A Negro man name unknown was fined 30 In the police court for carrying concealed weapons A man by the name of Cummins from PulaskI was fined 825 and given 10 days In Jail on the same charge Early yesterday morning our bust ness men some of them accompanied by their wives began rushing to the depot and by the appointed time for the special train to arrive a large crowd had gathered About 35 or 40 of our people went over and as they wero of the most enterprising kind Lancaster will make quite a show In the city of Louisville which we all love Beazleyare MluPearlMluciFannloville yesterday to spend a week or two ofDuckeyeMesdamesRobertto Louisville yesterday LHilo Mar JnoRllTctown There aro thousands of people suflerlng untold torture from piles because of the popular impression that they cannot be cured TABLEUS BUCKEYE PILE 11attentbottles tubes 75c For solo at Pennys During a fight at a B aptlsl meeting near Inez James Burcbet was fatally shot by William Vlnson Viason was arrested r L i PPiTYT= T fo IiOUR FALL GOODS m inspectionS m IK I New StylIsh Overcoats And Suits CEIt has ever been our pleasure to show Mens and Boys Best 350 Shoes In town Hawes New Fall Shapes In Hats None t Drop in to see us 1mBelterOnlv3 lJjITPAYS TO TRADE AT i THE GLOBEI11 Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairingt j money back If youre not satisfied iirYour HIRSCH DanviIIeJSuccessors to J L Frobman iPi = E r GaIi nfJ l f1pJ lJi 7Jb w oJ IJ7IiI J If O a J H JClothingii oii Mens suits in regular slims and ex 11 r tra sizessingle and z w double breast tIIn long and short pants 0 stock ofw tr little mens suits ages 3too 8 yrs are simply elegant in 2 3 and 1P lookfi over money t 4 J in your pocket for our 1 TERMS ARE CASH H J McROBERTS 6wMiIS5 IIII fa tyity t twa ryjJr iJt = kwr V itH If 1yVte iJIitSt t 4p cfii tlr ai1 1 1J HIGGINS McKINNKT Stanford I Id REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUGISTORE co TO jy B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed 7 Paint NeaPs Carriage Paint Varnishjand VarnishlStains s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON vDEMOCRATIC PARTY This Is the way to vote the Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS for Jttprttenlatire M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk P GEO B COOPER For County Attorney 1 HARVEY HELM For Glltrif M 3 BAUGHMANJ eForAuettor M G REYNOLDSFor f W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON In Candidate for lUltroad CotnmlMloner for the 3d District tublect to the will of the democracy Tin four candidates for United States Senator spoke at MaysyUla Mon day to a large audience and while each acquitted himself creditably Hon Jus B McCrearys speech was by far the best made Mr Wheeler assailed Uor McCrearye political record but got the worst of It for doing so The exgov ernor stated that he bad been voting the democratic ticket before Wheeler was born and was working for the dew ocratic party of this State during the stormy times at Frankfort while the gentleman from the first district was taking his ease in Washington and drawing a 5000 salary Mr McCrea rys speech was loudly applauded and it was readily apparent that the crowd was favorable to him Everything points to the election of the gentleman from Madison who made a model gov ernor as well as a model Congressman aid none realize his strength more than the three gentlemen who oppose him They will meet again In debate at Covln ton on the night of Sept 30 Lexington Oct 5 SbelbyvIIle Oct 14 Ellzabethtown Oct 21 Mt Stealing Oct 28 Paducah night of November 4 COLGOSZ the miserable brute who assassinated President McKinley was found guilty of murder fn the first de gree by a jury In the supreme court In Buffalo Tuesday and the date for his electrocution has been set for last week In October The trial consumed eight hours and 26 minutes and covered a period of two days Practically all of the time was occupied in presenting evidence which proved conclusively the guilt of the prUoner The attor neys for the defense did not otter any testimony on behalf of their client CzolgOBz showed no signs of emotion when he heard the verdict He maintained his Indifferent and unconcerned air The country will breathe easier and feel better after this anarchist has been sent to kingdom come but would feel better still If every one of hIs cussed kind could accompany Czolgoez on his journey to perdition and damnation IN his speech at May v1l1e Monday organizationLucky as composed chiefly of mountain moonshiners starroute contractors Negroes and a few renegade democrats Taere are some decent republicans but they are few and far between The renegade democrats who went over to the republican party always turned out to be applicants for Federal patronage 4orcandidates for office Judge Can trill seems to have diagnosed the case pretty thoroughly LOOK some enormous bills f from those who in any way served President McKInley Congress will pay all of the expenses and the doctors who seemed to be guessing at what theywere doing while waiting on the grand and good man are expected to present accounts out of all proportion while all in any way connected with the funeral will come In for a share of the appropriation 1ThaMDaovlAdvocate i dped ln the woolaad a vard wide We know this to be true because it says In a doubleleaded column and a quarter editorial that it ia a democratic paper We extend a hand of welcome to tho old sinner which we are glad to 8ay has returned to the fold TUB secret orders are lasT ellmina lag the whisky clement from member ship The grand lodge of Odd Fellow in session at Indianapolis decided that a man who holds a hotel that has a bar in it is not elgible to membership andi if he is olrpady admitted he may out withdrawal cards T PQLITICALI Boyle county republicans out a ticket or a part of ono tomorrowI Fayetto county named Oct 5 as the date to put out a full county and city ticket A special issue of postage stamp commendatory of the life of the laze President McKinley Is contemplated Argument in the PrattBrecklnrldg contest for the oflcoof attorney general of Kentucky was begun before the court of appeals Judge S R Crewdeon was by the democrats of the nominatedl district In convention at for circuit judge nAn anoymous New Yorker has sen in 16150 to the treasury department conscience fund declaring that du ties bad not been full paid Bruce Haldeman was appointed bj Goy Beckham a member of of Visitors of the Kentucky InstituteI to succeed the late Zact PhelpstResolutions of the PennsylvanIa League of republican clubs suggest as- a curefor anarchy that the newspapers be stopped rom roasting republican officials The postoQlces at Barbourville and Wllllamstown will be advanced from the fourth to presidential class October 1 The salaries will be 81100 and 81 WO respectively per annum Alabama Negroes held a convention In Birmingham and resolved to contest the nowconstltutlon before the United States supremo court Speakers advocated migration to Porto Rico or the Philippines if the constitution should JQ approved Upon the return to Washington of evil Service Commissioner Procter it Is understood he will renew the recom nendatlon for the removal of Internal Revenue Collector Sapp It Is believed the president will make the change ihortly after tie election A Washington dispatch says that every Indication points to the fact that Commissioner of Internal Revenue robe W Yerkes will remain In his present position and will also be the washington representative of Ken ucky Republican politics Garrard prohibitionists have comma ted the following portion of a ticket John laon representative P S Ter r1l1 county judge R A Stone county Jerk O J Hendren assessor Cyrus Jason Jailer magistrates O T Wale ace Wm Christopher and Morris allto If McCrearywere elected to the See ate according to Judge Cantrill he rould remain there until his hair turned jtray In thus cracking at the ex overnors good bald head Isnt Judge lantrlll to employ a Hibernian para dox hitting below the beltLouis vllle Times THIS AND THAT W C Burgin a Madison farmer Is cadOver two Inches of snow covers the earth at Bottlneau N D Frank Balls saloon at Mlddlesboro burned causing a 82500 loss The postofllce at Adalrvllln was rob bed of between 8400 and 8500 Eight were killed and seven Injured bv a gas explosion at Newark N J The settlement of the steel strike haa been followed by a rush of orders The Louisville sL Atlantic railroad will locate Its general machine shops at Richmond Rev Wm Goodman aged 74 and Mrs Mary Dlckard 82 were married at Nlcholaavllle The presence of troops at Madison vUle brought peace and all Jhe mines are being operated as usual Mrs F F Cooper sister of Leonldas Cagan died In Wayne two days after the above brother was burled Theodore the son of President Roosevelt was In a runaway accident In New York but escaped injury Levi Howard a blind preacher was aaaulted badly beaten and robbed of 40 by unknown parties near Hindman Miss Mollie Wolf of Wllllamstown was elected President of State Assembly of Daughters of Rebecca In session at Maysvllle The grand jury at Lexington returned Indictments against Mayor Duncan x Chief ol Police Rose and Detectives tough and Jenkins charging malfeasance In office Cyrus L Cover son of Mr J F rover of the Turnersvllle section and MIss Lois Walker were married at the resIdence of the brides mother In Dan vll1e the Rev H A Sumrall official InZ SOME of our patrons are Ignoring statements sent from this office These counts will be placed In an officers bAnds soon and they wont be so mum bout the matter A hint to the wise Is sufficient L ot IMTVERNON of Robert ofIWyattand WIllis Allen and E Azbllj were i ndlctcd on the charge of shooting and cutting Squire Gatlli who remains In a critical condition Burials near Presbyterian churc have been discontinued on account of remonstrance from citIzen In that 10 callty It Is thought wells were beta contaminated The six or seven boc likelyIMisfortune seem to follow Squlr Gatltff who Is lying at the point of death at the residence of John Pet nlngton The squires house was de strayed by fire Wednesday afternoon when only three of the small chlldre were at home Caught from cool stove nothing saved Last Saturday Pete Percival fired two shots into a patch of weeds at who he thought was a panther or wildcat threw away his gun and ran Upon in veatlgatlon It was discovered that he had badly wounded George Chlldcre a neighbor who was on the creek fish Ing The wounded man will not re cover Tomorrow Saturday at li M In the courtbouse the democrats of Rockoaa tie will meet in mass convention for tb purpose of considering the advliabllftj of nominating candidates for the county offices Quite a number are In favor of nominating a full ticket about an equal number are opposed to any nom inations at all except for one or of the minor offices All democrats Interest should come to the meeting and let be known what the majority want Dont stay at home and say what ought to be done but come nut and help do It your way E B Cox Is out once more Thomas Miller is out from Lancaster Mrs Susan Henderson has moved to Parks vlllc Mrs Annie Miller Is In from Washington Dr W A Brown was up from Parkavllle James Croucher of Lexington Is visiting old friends hero Mrs Rosa Neebltt and little Ruth Rep pert of Pcnnlngton Va were with relatives In the county this week E A Reppert of Chicago visited his Father at Haven wood last week The Misses Goodall have returned to Nash rllle James Houk Sr has been vIe Ring relatives at Brodhead Miss Vlnnle Adams ia improving Miss SmIth who has been visiting Mrs M 3 Miller has returned to her home In- Anderon county IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A F Lewis has been appointed post master at How Pulaski county The grand jury at Danville found that the killing of Bob Ross by Tom Fife was acch entat and refused to re IndIctmentIurn an John R Marshall of Geneva N Y who has been operating an oil well In Vayne county died Sunday Death was caused by blood poisoning Lconldaa Ragan son of Shelby R- tiaodf Wayne who won the Intercol legiate oratorical contest last year lied of typhoid fever He was a very excellent boy and had bright prospect The Rev J H Armstrong formerly Instructor In tailoring In the industrial department of the State Deaf andC Dpmb Institute has resigned to accept he pastorate of a church In Missouri le Is succeeded by Charles Suttka of Jew Albany Ind a former pupil of the Danville school Because a permit has been granted to open a coal yard on Aspen Avenue a asblonable residence street of Riche mood Dr U W Evans who sold It to the town on condition that It be used only aa a drive and residence thorough fare will bring suit against the city- for 85000 damages and the recovery of the street John Houp James Rue and Edward Vood boys ranging In ago from 10 to 14 fell from the top of a cult at ugh Bridge to the river bank below a distance of 75 feet Theywere play tnl near the edge of cliff it suddenly caved in Houps recovery III doubtful and the others are seriously bough not fatally Injured The Walters Collegiate Institute of RIchmond baa tiled articles of lacor oration in the office of the secretary of State Itgroweoutof the compromise of the Central matter and akea Its name from the Hon S P Valtera The Incorporators are A R Jurnara J Stone Walker Bennett H young Jonn B Chenault W R ihackelford and others A Bur ln says that a burg lar entered the residence of Deputy County Clerk Thoma M Curd and was the drawers where valuables were sccretcwhen the noise awakened the family who attempted to capture him The burglar passed into the front room locking the door in the face of hIs pursuers and escaped through a window Main Street William Chambers a grandson fired four shots a t the fleeing from an upstairs wlndowtmt the marauder escaped RONICCONS- TIPATION ITATFR OUKEFQK Take two cups of lot water half nn hour before each maal and Just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about wo hours after each meal Take lots of butdoor exercise walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and In many cases chronic constipation maybe cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative Is required take oictthing mUd and gete like Chamber ilni Stomach and Liver Tablets For salA by Craig 8t locker r IrMen s Hats 25c I Wo have n few mens fine rough and snlootl straw Jmts left forme r price 50c 76o and 81 Wo are not going to take them away head I our loss ami your gait nt 25c Mens Shoes I We have n Inrgo ns eort incut ofmens flue shoos late tyul rune gross trot or black patent leather vie kid box calf etc The ac tual value of these goods is from 2 to 85 1 in this sale from 98c to to 8178 1Ladres Shoes coarse nUll button worth from 81 to sago at tOe I Mens Shirts A9c A few tuens fine neg- ligeeI shirts two collars detached worth 81 go ill this sale at 49c I Curtain Scrim 4c 3 bolts curtain scrim Cc quality at 4c I Hoosier Cotton Ac 72 bolts of Hoosicr I unbleached cotton ynrtl wide sold everywhere Oc go at 4e- SpecialInt Wo have 10 dozen mens all wool socks I 20c quality come and get as many as you Ineed for the coming winter at onlyloo pair raaar tals mtariSilks29c Quo lot of fine col ored and wash silks in lengths of front 1 to 15 yards the real value of these silks is 50010 7 cj in this sale at the un heard of prico of 20c Kid only sizes brown regular 8150 losing Out to Quit Business Sale Of The The Louisville Store 1500000Of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats Jackets Capes Com forts Blankets etc must pos itively be sold by SANUARY 11 102J J 1 We have just received positive and final instructions to this effect from headquarters This is a bonafide closing out to quit sale Country merchants are especially invited to call in our oxnniuip goods and get prices We will toll you rood seasonable goods cheaper than sane goods ou In this city If nro not in need of goods at prccont it ou Co lay them aside forfuturo use at prices we quote The Louisyille Store Stanford Ky Salinger Bros Prors GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE OF CLOTHING sum ncus black anti blue vroretwid fcuifcj at 8308 tl5mcJlc casimcro suits at 8240 leas Macintosli coats sold last ccason at wo have 15 lot ami will goat 8140 You wiltucccl duckcoat sooner or later why not get out ov while you can at least CO cent mens heavy lined luck coats at 70c tawaatattt easalsa atattiatattttseo FOR RENT Cottage three and kitchen 1Uc contains two acres Nice garden Situated on Danville Avenue WIts MA11V WHOKTON NONE NUT GENUINE I handle Peering Harvester Extras aud Fixtures but keep nono but the genuine Unless the name Deerlng 00 you may know they are not genuine D S OAKlESTEIl Huitonvllle FOR RENTN- ice cottage and about 33 metes of land miles Danville on Stanford plkei 3t acres for wheat Apply to J J MOOUE Danville Ky COAL I decided to remain at Rowland this wluter and continue In the coal builneu I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of patronage I handle the best trade of coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky LAND FOR SALE SUtynlno acre being tlio balance of the Wui navies yet unsold the Frankfort liohon and Illoointiold pike and lying not one mile from town Will be told to suit purchaser in a wlicle or divided Apply to Slrs Warren Danville or Sam Harrods burg ilyifGREAT BARGAINS I TIllS MONTH I located at Crab Orchard In Oco Holme store near the on Qtten pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth of your money You will always find bargain at my store I am selling secondhand to new also new Ulothlng and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes hints Caps etc loping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I you a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Cull and see me you come to town We will sell and from Morris Fredi Farmer Roller Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI JIAROAIN STORE M REISER non Millinery Display utsday t Wednesday October 1 and 2 4 We will open for Inspection of our patron I and srlends our line of Fall Millinery Our fall and winter stock Is now complete In every de partment Your trade Is solicited Yours for low prices and up to date goods CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUM Hustonvillo Ky r at S Gloves 49c Aro have HO pairs of ladies fine kid t gloves nll and color black tan gray red pink white etc price as long aa they last lOo More the the the will cost you the will pav the clay fancy 8350 ply they n save per moms Bpm fruit them from lave your land Hounded have railroad helm give Store when flour meal MUll nwara Shirts Waists 25c Ono lot hidicss fine I II1Jlelntullcrcalc8 tltitllMlo Blandets 59c AVc have an immense 1 stock of blankets and t are carry any prices are IlwnyI this ill your lnUklcl cotIlane Lace Curtains 49IAVo have n nlpair Fancy Hose 10 Children fancy hose 1 egular prim 25c only a few log at lOc 1Suspenders 19c- Wo have n large nil Mrtmcnt of molls fine impendent worth 2Dc I md tlOc 85c go in th lnle Special 1 We have 110 black CI1PCJIItrimmccl md get ono before nil I ire Bono at OUej BUY YOUR J Glotbing Shoes r Hats and Furnishings of Cummiijs McClary Jl And You Get The Best Goo s For The Least Money u New Goods New FirmIAnd Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find 0 Everything Perfectly FrestAnd you have a Nice New Slock to select from Yourpatronago will +ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andgceu8 t y W W SOUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street BARGAIN PRICESIn Paints For THE CASHrAfter the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC CRAIIG MKERoM THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOIU KY Slag 27 1001 TRY the Judo Taft clear for a choice imoko at Fcnnya Drug Store f OUR prescription work Is uniurpass ed Try us and bo convinced Peonys Drug Store PERSONALS J U Doom It convalescing W C SHANKS wont to Louisville Tuesday REV U B MAHONY spent several days at Allcoton u GCY UALLOU tae entered a medical college at Toledo 0 DR AND Mils W N CRAIG went to Louisville Wednesday IlKV 8 M LOGAN wife and ion are at Judge M C Saufloyi DR R A JotS ipent a portion or Wednesday In Lexington MESSRS J T AND S J EMIIHV went to Cincinnati Wednesday IRS JANE HIOUINS of Klrktvlllc Is with Mu Adella Woods JOHN M HAIL of Kansas City Is mingling with old friend hero MRS SAUnA HAYS spent several days with relatives at Crab Orchard MR JAMES MILIICRN Is now miller at MorrlsFrcd4 Farmer Roller Mills MRS Jolt K tour JR of Lebanon Junction Is a guest at Mr Joo Routs MRS J H TURNER and children of Jenaslcc are with Mrs E II Den MR D C PULLINB of Paint Lick was hero Tuesday on his way to Klngi TllloMR AND MRS T A RICK are In Paris visiting his sister Mrs Frank n CarrM F ELKIN left Wcdncsbay for Morgan county to organize a Maecabco lodge Miss MARIE BARNHS SAUHE of Uarrodiburg Is with Mill Anna I Cooke JUNICS H flaw wife and handsome son were here tram Uusionrlllo Wed ncsday Miss JBNNIK MCKINNEY of tho West End spent several days with Miss Annie McKinney r MldSANNA AND JESSIE GOODALL of Nashville spent several days with Mrs MC Williams DR G GOLDSTEIN will bo at the Veranda Hotel Saturday See him if your eyes bother you MESSRS T J CULTON abd A J Bailey of Crab Orchard were In Frankfort Wednesday MRS A A WARREN Miss Virginia Warren and Ernest Warren spent soy oral days In Cincinnati t MRS ED BALLARD mother of Mrs H KSallco who used to live hcVc Is dangerously at Paint Lick Mn J R BOATMAN of Lexington Is at tho Veranda Hotel He Is repre senting the New York Life Insurance CoMiss BESSIE MATTHIS of Milan Tone has returned to resume her po action as trimmer for the Muse Phil lips tiTHOMAS NEWLAND COLLIER son of R G Collier of the East End has been very low with typhoid fever but Is Improving MRS J F COVER went to Louis vllle Tuesday Her pretty daughter Miss Anna Gover wont to Cincinnati the same day- ALFREDl BIGGINS of this place Is business manager of The Cento a pa per published by students of Contra College Danville SpurIhero on way caster to visit their brothers Miss BIRDIE IILLION of Lebanon Junction who It with her mother near Ewell spent a few days with Miss Mario Warren at Saufley and Miss Marie accompanied her home and is guestW REYNOLDS the clover Junc tion City druggist is a holder of Nee ley 011 Co stock which Is easily die posed of at 8160 for tho tlO share Ho has stock In live companies that ore boring for oil i MESSRS W P GRIMES W H Hug gins Thomas Pence S N Mathony Cbas L Dawc W H Traylor Walk er and Jack Pinkerton W M Bright + Morris Fred and R Ed Halo went to Loulsvlllo yesterday 9Dins FORESTUS REID accompanied her daughter Miss Mary to Baltimore yesterday where Miss Reid will enter school for the winter Mrs James Guest of Crab Orchard Is visiting Mr and Mrs W G Dunlap Dan vlllo News Mil 0 E WOODS of Richmond spent several hours with us yesterday morning Ho is still at Crab Orchard Springs where ho will remain for sometime IIo has learned to love Crab Orchard almost aa well as our dlstln t gulshed townsman Col W G Welch JUDGE H C RICE of Richmond who came down with the A O U W gentlemen pad assisted In Initiating several candidates Wednesday night paid this office a call yesterday morn fag Besides being ono of the beet police Judges In the State Judge Rico Is a tried and true democrat and a most a t entertaining gentleman Mrs Rico accompanied him and they woro guests of Mr and Mrs Joe S Rice n GEORGE PARSONS ls slerklng for John Bright Jr Co EDITOR ES ALllmoUT of MtVer WednesdayMR Va Is visiting his children at Col T P Mills MR It G FARRIS of Louisville Is with his parents Mr and Mrs Jos E Farris Miss KATHERYN WALKER of Per ryville is tho guest of Miss Adelle Feland MRS W C PRICE of Danvlllo the guest of Mr and Mrs George C Keller Jr MR AND MRS J W BACOHMAN loft yesterday to visit his sister Mrs Burk at Owensboro BORN to the wife of Thomas Met calf a 12 pound son and tbo father le- the happiest man in Lincoln county MESDAMES BESSIE DUDDERAR and Susan Lear and Miss Bctsle Yantls left yesterday for Decatur III to visit the family of R S Yantts LOCALS READ that snake story In the Hubble letter SCHOOLandschool supplies at Craig Uockers ts NEW Cream of Wheat and Oat Meal John Bright Jr Co SEE Biggins McKinney before selling your millet seed OCTINOFlannel Patterns at 5 ii and lOc Severance Sons WANTEDDSccondhand power and box S W Burke Junction City Ky 2t Miss SACRA Stanford expert pho tographer will be In Lancaster from Oct 1 to SEED WnEATComo see our Northern seed wheat before buying J II Baughman ft Co TRY MorrIe Freds Farmers Roller Mill flour once and you will use no other A trial is all ho asks TIlE L Y another 8160 roundtrip rate to Cincinnati Sunday It gives you 12 hours In the city FOR SALMy residence with six acres of ground where I now live Easy payments Martha J Vande veer aSEITEMIIER 28 la the last day for flung claims against the county to bo allowed at the October term Gco B Cooper clerk THERE aro still some 20 or 30 guests at Crab Orchard Springs who cant tear themselves away from the clever host Mr J B Willis and his excel lent wife TIlt tiro company was called out Tuesday afternoon to save Mr John J McRoberts residence on East Main Street but the llamas were extinguish cd before the laddies arrived on the scone notwithstanding they responded quickly A spark had fallen on the roof and set fire to the shingles de straying several dozen of thorn Aside from this no damage was done DIED OK HER BURNS Mrs FarrIs R l eland of Lawrenceburg who was reported In our last as having been badly burned by the explosion of a lamp died of her Injuries She was a daughter of Mrs Virginia King of this county and was a most excellent lady Tier mother who was with her at the time of th explosion received burns that will more than likely prove fatal It was reported yesterday that she was dead but later information was that she was barely alive GOOD WORK Tho following Rich mond gentlemen como down Wednes day and assisted GilkUon Lodge No 132 A O U W In Initiating four candidates Into the mysteries of that order J I Flora B Jouett L J Frarcc Robert Golden A T ParrUh W P Baxter J R Sims C U Plgg C E Woods The vork the visiting gentlemen did was of a very high order and our members woro delighted with their Richmond brothers Gllkison lodge growing rapidly and bids fair to soon be among the best of that order In Kentucky PUIILIO SALE OK NEGROES On Thursday the let day of January 1846 will be sold at public at tbo late residence of John Rout deceased In Garrard county live miles West of Lancaster on tho turnpike leading to Lexington 15 or 10 likely consisting of men women and children Terms made known on day of sale John Rout Jr and Wesley ut The above appeared In handbill form In public places 55 years ago Mr John W Rout who spent a fow days with Mr Millard F Rout in Garrard found tho bill which ho show ed us It was printed by Zimmerman Barbee Danville Ky BIG Fox HUNT AT CRAII ORCHARD Tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL Is asked to DeajrloClubard Springs In November by Gen W IT Gentry of Lexington who has an Interesting article on the subject In the American Field of ing references to a number of local celebrities In the lox hunting fraterni ty We will publish extracts from Gen Gentrys article in our next Issue and bespeak for It a careful reading bv all lovers of fox hunting hero and hereabouts Manager J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs and his excel lent wife aro great preparations to entertain the club FURNITURE makes useful wedding presents Withers Furniture Co STOCK of single and doubla barrel shotguns just in Craig locker I HAVE just received a big lot of harness saddlery L c JO McClary SEE our lineof heating and cook stoves coal hod Jjc John Bright Jr L Co rcntou house on Whitley Avenue and clean your seed wheat C C Withers TILE residence onWeeetMain Street occupied by Mr W P Walton Is torrent Apply at this office nOT Blast heating storo and range with hot water back also folding bed for sale Mrs P E Kemp FIRST cold snap Dont forget we have underwear for men women and children Severance it Sons WE willsend INTERIOR JOUR NAL and Bryans Commoner ono year for SI Co Now Is the time to subscribe WE have plenty of kinds of feed such as bay corn oats and shlpstuff Cheap for cash J II Baughman Co THIRTYTWO varieties of assorted sizes In cooking and beating stoves Look at our lino before you buy Geo- L Farrls f Co A MISTAKE Through mistake we received twice as many of ono number of boys fleeced shirts and drawers tbo 35c grade We have instructions from the mill to sell them They go at 24c per garment 4So a suit Their lose your gain Severance Sons MARION SQUIRREL the magnificent black saddle stallion owned by J R E H Beazley died yesterday after noon from locked bowels They valued him ot esoo and tbo lots falls heavily on the owners who bad taken gnat caro of the splendid animal They ru fused 8700 for him only a short time ago STOLE His 11 ED J R Steele ono of Junction Clays clover and cRlclent physicians bad his pock etbook watch and chain together with some money stolep while asleep at homo The thief entered through a window The Junction City postonlco was visited the samo night but only a few coppers were found A LIKE SENTENCEEuleno Mont gomery who got 6 death sentence at the last term of the Doyle circuit court was given another trial and yesterday the jury brought In a verdict of life In the penitentiary Ho was charged with killing his little stepdaughter for her Insurance The following Lincoln county gentlemen served on the jury Messrs J B Owens A C Sine Edgar Wilkinson O P Huffman Grant North W H Dudderar Adam Pence Ansel Baugb W P Carson and W M Matheny The Boyle gentlemen wore Messrs Kemp and Prewltt CAME TO BLOWSToo INTERIOR JOURNAL loves peace and advocates peace at all times and is sorry that men should fight over what appears In Its columns In our last issue we stated on what wo deemed and still deem good authority that the republican nominee for sheriff was heard to say that ho felt no grief concerning Goebel that hl- Rdd heart ought to bo cut out Mr Menefee who Is tho republican nomi nee for some causo asked Mr M S Baughman the democratic nominee for the same otllce If no was instru mental In having the article Inserted when Mr Baughman promptly told him no You did say those verywords however Mr Baughman added Mr Menefco called him a liar an oyo wit ness Informs us whereupon Mr Baugb man struck him in the face Friends stepped In and hostilities were brought loan end Several hours later Mr Menefco saw the editor of this paper on tho street and asked his authority for the statement concerning what ho had been quoted as saying about Gov Goo bol Having heard Mr Baughman say that ho had heard Mr Moncfco say just what wo had quoted and Mr Baughman having old Mr Menefco that ho gave us the information wo complied with the request and told him that Mr Baughman was ono of the gentlemen who had heard him make such a statement Ho wanted further authority which wo respectfully declined to give I have never given utterance to such an expression but hero is what I did say early In Mr Goc bols campaign Mr Menefco stated If Goobols heart had been cut out tho day ho killed Sundford politics in Ken tucky would be In better shape today Mr Mcnofeo also told us that we had treated him very badly In this cam palgn something we have not intentionally done nor do we desire to do Personally we feel very kindly toward Mr Menofee but wo despise his poll tics and wo shall do our utmost in a fair and honorable way to defeat him A democrat for no other reason than that wo believe In Its principles wo propose to make a manly and hard tight against tho republican ticket In general and as Mr Menefeo Is on that ticket ho may expect to como in for a sharo of what we say about the republican party and nominees In justice to Mr M S Baughman wo will state that ho was neither Instrumental In having the item in our last paper which caused the trouble print ed nor did he have knowledge that It would appear TILE special train to the InterState Fair at Louisville was pretty veil filled when It left here yesterday morning A coach containing about 100 Lancas ter gentlemen bore a streamer with the following words Lancasters Com mercial Club II HUBBLE Elder A R Moore will his pulpit here Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock- T C Rankln sold his cattle to Jake Robinson at 300 J A Robinson sold his cattle to Leander Davlson at 4c W H Underwood is buying some good calves at 812 to 810 M B Eu banks sold his wheat to J H Baugh man 5 Co at 70 Joe Sutton has rent ed the John Bright arm for 8375 A largo snake was killed on B W Givens farm a few days ago which when cut In two 04 young snakes ran out of it and they wore killed on the spot J P Bland Charley Easley and John Burnslde did the Ulljlng Mrs W U Underwood and Lucy Gardner have returned from Lexing ton C E Miller of Rochester III Is hero buying some Tecdlng cattle Rankin Bros of Wayne county are here buying a lot of mulo colts at 620 to 100 Dr Wesley reports Mrs C P Blanks very sick Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little Impressifin on those whose digestion Is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with HKHBLSE and enjoy health and buoy ancy of spirits Price 60c For sale at Pennys Drug Sto- rePUBLIC SALE Bank stock And Livo Stock As administrator of the estate of W D Weatherford I will sell at his late home on the Liberty pike of a mile from Hilton vllle at oclock sharp on SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 The following property 55 shares of stock In the Hank pair of good work mules I Svearola mar mules 14 high grade cows and calves 7 hogs 2 family mares I 2yearold filly by geldingIwagon one buckboard phaeton In good repair set of bitting harness and other harness McOormlck binder Terms made known on day of sale- J O WEATIIEUFOHI Admr Kentuckys Great Trots e LEXINGTONKY OCTOBER S TO IS Purses Matches Specials STAKES 12000000 THE WORLDS BEST RACES flOOOO Kentucky Futurity Tuesday Oct Stb 130000 Abbott Itoralma match Wednes day Oct n 18000 Transylvania Thursday Octs 10 85000 Futurity Friday Octll 10000 Louisville Prize Monday Oct 14 Big Stakes Dally All the Crackr HorsesGrand Concerts Dally Half Fare on All Railroads PUBLIC SALE I Land Stock Crop Household Goods laving decided to go West we will sell at public auction at my place mile north of urnersvllle on tho Turncrsvllle and Junc tion City plko on TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 My farm containing 01 acres of land well Improved with good dwelling with six rooms cistern at tbo door plenty of lasting water on farm good barn 40x50 gran buggyhouse and all necessary Im fencingfarmtivation balance In grass Farm Is within p mile of church school post ofco and store In good neighborhood and ono of the best homes that can bo found Personalty consists of ono aged mare good family horse 1 vears old into for women and chil dren 1 mare 4yearold sad dle mare Sjoarold Chester Dare stud colt dam by Gray Eagle 3 pairs aged work mules pair 3yearold mare mules 3 saddle horses 6 years old 4yearold mare mule well broke 1400pouud fat cattle 7 milk cows and 3 yearling steers steer calves 40 fat hogs 15 stock hogs sows and pigs nice Ilerkahlre boar shoats ready for service 3 nice Berkshire gilts 75 ewes well bred 3 binders 3 mowers three 3horse wagons 3 buckboards spring wagon 3 cultivators 2 disc harrows 2 sets wagon harness 3 sets buggy harness 6 airs gear 200 Itarred Plymouth hock chickens 30 Iekn ducks household and kitchen utensils 80 acres of corn IP acres of sorghum 20 bushels wheat some oats millet and 1000 shocks fodder and will rent 254acres timothy meadow land adjoining Mrs Rd Young II D Carter for the years 1003 and 3 good stand grass At samo time and place will lent some grass on McCarty harm for balance of 1001 Some of the above corn fodder hay etc Is on the McUtrty farm anyone wish- Ing to see sumo before sale call on A D toot Tnrnersvlllo Terms All sums of S10 and under cash over that amount a credo of months T D English Auct Sale will begin promptly at 0 0 A A D ROOT NoneBetter FEW AS GOOD Hanan Shoe 5 to 6 Eclipse 3 to 350I C E z n 3 d School Shoes Are the best medium priced Goods made It will pay you to try them JOIN PI JONES Stanfrod SI Better I Than IEver 1 The new fall line of Zeigler Bros shoes for ladies and children We have all the new lasts and leathers tOur 2 250 and 3 shoes are as good and stylish as can be made ftj I You are never disappointed when you buy Zeiglers Shoes i1For tplcndid wearing medium price shoes buy Gocdmans Come and let us show you Severance Sons EYE EW FREE 5 FREE S Dont fail to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take notice that for every cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from an y Mercbnut whoso name appears in this ad entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWh- ich they will accept for 5 cents on every CASK PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR And take special notice that the Merchants who belong to this Asso elation are tho most wide awake and keep the best stocks of goods and their prices are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINE PRINTING Severance Sons Dry Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug StoreDrugs and Chemicals W 1V Withers Furniture Carpets fcc Higgins McKinney Groceries Hardware and Implements- II J McRoberts Gents Furnisher Miss Annie Phillips Milliner R E L Shnins Coal Dealer William IIamilton Jeweler- J A Allen l Co Lumber State College of Kentucky KentuckylIersAgricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil degreePostgradualedegree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors and Instructors dormitoryfuelThe and museums are large well equIpped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women and a drill halland gymnasium has been provided for men Military tactics and science are fully provided for as required by Congress foslHansability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 r or catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Fall term begins September I 1901 LEXINGTON KY Get Rich J Others have done so why cant you Deposit your money with the TOE FAYETTE INVESTMENT COs OF LEXINGTON KY lllioro itwlll be safe and increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent i 1 i 7rHE va d INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post glce at Stanford 01 iMnddast matter rablSahdTua3ayoandSsidapaT zi PER YEAR CASH eta When not sopsldS33OO will bechirged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Tr ln going North 1I6S a to l 2 a Ei 26II 25I South 12 am 23 H 52 P m For atlilolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No25 Arrtiteaat Stanford st 1OS b i Na 24 LeaH Stanford at 210 No 21 ArrlTesatUowlandat 1200 No22 Lath Stanford at 2SO P ftA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky1e Office over Hlggins Ie McKInnoye Ston Telephone No 48 r McKinney Roller Mill JB McKINNEY Pro- pwMake XoKinne3 Zand keep constantly on hand tho Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Oblck on Feed Ac Prices very reasonable OUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedv MillerNEW LIVERY STABLE s W EUlttE tt SON ren JUNCTION CITY KV + rFirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bale FOX LOGA LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE i DANVILLE KENTUCIC Horses and Mules constantly on hand and k for sale at all times L W Logan Wood Manager i Ha Ca RUPLEY i The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Cal FRR1V FOR SHLSI Containing 163 acres two miles south oft Mlddleburg 175 acresMcKInnny on under fence and 165 acres cleared Ila two dwelllnRS with neceeary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about amounts oral a whoa For further Information call on or address J 8 MOBLEY McKinney Ky Lincoln County NationaLBank y Capital Stock 100000 acceoor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under same management contlnu r only for SS Years Solioits Your Bank Account BoplDgaacbbualamarelation will prove mutns plea I Dill tCTOKS B J e J uwalpySr A W Carpenter W H Cummins J E Lynn S1L banks j JF Cash J H Owslcy OFFICERS r rUt Shanks President J UOwiley Cashier MUrlht Asat Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOHD KY Ol5lUlStsk 159000 Surplui 10000 This lugtotion originally establlsbtd as the Ds podtBankof tanford In 1855 then reorganized ai th National Bank of Stanford In ISM and agan organlMd uthe First National Dank of Stanton n lest has hail practically an uninterrupted exist Iencsforlt yeora It Is better supplied now will faculties for transacting basinets promptly jind rallythan eier before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts of Indirljaals fiduciaries ndlndlTldualsiollcltedDiatCTOKS r BiM Line Jlo Co J W Uajdsn Slanfor STBarrlsa 516 Baughman JSRocksrsea T P Hill TTP Walton W ATrlbbls aHOolllsrCrabOrcha Jas Robinson Babble MOEImon Stanford orrlcaa B Rocker Prealisnt J J UcBoberts CiiM r 1 4 Painting Repairing I am top and your buggv carriage or wagon InOntcaustrle Experienced men to do it and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J II OUKKK Stanford hy A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky a OOcsoTW biclloberta Drug Store in the OwlIT Building ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERIOXAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Ii now open for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water la and the sbaded grounde present a pleasant ap pearance Guests be willing at tention Rates Adults Si per weeks dren under 12 years of age Ol hones 350 week For further Information apply toW M VAUOI1AN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 10 Eye examined and glasses acientldcallyadjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STAIIFDED ty MORRIS FRED PKOPEIBTOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ing and that I will at all times tarnish the best o- fFlour Moal Shipstnff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to glvlI you the very bet Dont me but bearlu mind that I need your patronage MORRIS FILED Pror Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danville Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urdaya Odceln the Penntngton HuUJIng1SUnfordOI ice boars J to 041 to r s- lOSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr VT Still of KlniTllle Mo depends on thi irlnclples of Anatomy and Physiology for its re rubbingno alt10sur Icaloperationadclalm nlog super natural Osteopathy views man u a machine of so mtnj arts tu key Dote li adjustment When all Peru- ueproperly adjusted and not overworked health the Some of the diseases treated by us Nerroui rostratlon Headache Neuralgia HkfinmatUu latarrh 1y Granulated Lids Goitre Reart liver and Lung Diseases Constipation lies Gall Stones EoUrged 1rostiaU all Stom Bones andandacb lyntr Cunaturel11IttlocatlonIlt1r Jolnta a amITstsIncontinence a specialty Consultation Atax Yee J+ G+ MCGbMY mot v UITDBBTAKEBE9IBALMER And Dealear In aMINESS SADDLERY fcO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSII- NDERTA8EE8 DEALERS IN Furniture MattlngsRngs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a chit Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY a NEWSNOTES Destructive forest llrcs are raging In Colorado The American Tobacco Co ma build a factory In Northern Ireland Emma Goldman was from Jail at Chicago by Justice Prlndlllle1 In a quarrel over a Mme was fatally shot at WashU ton Ind- The 14th annual sctalon ot Rebekab State Assembly 1 O O P Is beln held at Maysvlile Mike Klsbet a union miner tvas shot and painfully Injured from ambusb In Hopkins county Jamea Page was given a life sentence at Flcmlncsburg for the murder of Saunders Uawllnga Miss Minnie Berry of Greens started to Sunday school last Sunday and has not returned Minnie Dow aged 23 years wni do clared insane in Louisville She smok cd too many cigarettes In a fire In pu oil and varnish factory In Chicago two fireman were killed and several seriously injured Glen Stanton Harris a Hyearold boy at Indianapolis committed lulcldo because his eyes were weak Charles Mac past grand command of the Grand Commanders of Knlgb Templar of Illinois is dead William Armstrong shot and killed Edward Wheeler at Ewing Va The men quarreled over a woman At Indianapolis Robert Smith killed his brother Frank as the result of a quarrel over the disposition of property Booker T Washington the Negro educator made tho crime of Czolgoe l text from which to preach a some lynchingOne killed and another probably fatally Injured by the explosion of a gas cylinder of a soda fountain at Jbthervllle Iowa Dan Morgan who killed Wllllac Mayen In Owen county was taken to rankfort for safekeeping mob vie enco being feared H M Atkinson tho Atlanta Street llrmlngbam railroad magnate and his Associates have purchased tho Birm- Ingham Belt railroad for 500000 Commissioner OmIT of Fort Wayne Ind states that tho shortage of Presl loot Moyer of the Wcatern Basebal Lssoclatlon will amount to 10400 Tho oldest daughter of Preslden Roosevelt has been left about 8100000 by the late Nathaniel Hawthorne Cus ack who died in Washington recentlj Tho GermanAmerican Security Co- filed a deed of assignment at Owens oro Hon W J Stone of Kuttawa II president The capital stock is 625 000 The Reynolds gang is on trial at 3inevtlle charged with killing Mrs lemlna Hall in Letcber county The rot a change of venue to Bell Thor are over 200 witnesses The chief of police at Passaic N J has warned the publisher of Pedro Ea cvoa anarchist paper La Questolni iociale that Its publication will not bo emitted again In that city Gov Beckham ordered two compa lee of the State troops to Hopkins county where the miners continue to Ive the operators trouble The Bow Una GreeQ and Oweniboro com panic were chosen Gen Israel Garrard owner of the rontenao one of the mOil famous summer resorts died at his home from urns caused by an overturned lamp iarfard commanded the Ohio Cavalrj In SHermans march to the sea He was born In Cincinnati 76 years ago The Commercial Pacific Cabld Company which was Incorporated in Albany N Y with a capital of 100000 will construct a submarine cable 8500 dies loop from California to the Phil spines by way of Honolulu Direct connections will also be made with China and Japan Edward Saftlg under arrest at St Louis for petty larceny told the police he was an accomplice of Czolguez and Glared ho tied the handkerchief on- emurderero hand Other circum ttances however indicate that Saftlg Is a mere notoriety seeker who was In- St Louis at the time of the aasaaslna tlon The proceedings of the Schley court- of Inquiry were made somewhat eonsa tlonal by the proved charge of Schleya luneel that the printed report of tho Davy department garbles the dispatches eent by Scblev in such a way as to ohange their meaning Admiral Cotton was the principal witness lore Wilson one of the foremost attorneys of Washington and principal counsellor Rear Admiral Schley died suddenly Tuesday Death was duo to- acute Indigestion He was In consultation with his associates in tho Schley caBO an hour before his death Ills ear Iv life was spent in the courts and on- the bench In Indiana He served two- terms in Congress and then remained In Washington to practice law Saturday Ben Hardin Helm Camp o 1260 U C V will hold a special meotlng at Lawronceburg for the purpose of dedicating and unvolllnc the Confederate monument in the courthouse yard in that city In the morn- Inga camp of Sons and Daughters of- the Confederacy will be organized A- basket dinner will be served In tbo- yard surrounding the courthouse and In the afternoon the dedicatory cere monlel will take place Col W 0 P ocklnrldgc will deliver the oration e James Hultz a prominent democrat lo politician of Bath county dropped dead Rear Admiral Sampson has decided to enter the Schley Inquiry nod will appear with counsel who will take part witnessesiAssociation la to be incorporated under the laws of Ohio for the purpose 01 erecting a suitable monument In tho cemetery at CantonIMiss Mary Smith a Campbell coun ty Tenn school teacher shot a drunken man who came to her school houso and misbehaved President ShatTer in reply to tho challenge of Gompers and Mltcholl says be Is willing that his conduct In connection with the steel strike be In vcitlgatcd Wo have seen the frail infant when the taint struggle for existence teemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by tho use of WHITES CREAM VERUI FUGE Price 2f cents For sile at Pennys Drug Store InterState Fair Louisville Sept 23 to Oct 5 Reduced rates Q C Route for this occasion one faro round- trip ask ticket agents for partlculi A stitch in time eaves nine ant a dose of lULLARDSHOKEHOUNDJ HUP at the beginning of a cold will sITe you many weary hours and even days of distressing and harassing cough Irlco 25 and 50 cents For sale at Pennys The body of Abraham Lincoln flU soon be put away for all time never to be disturbed again In accordance with the wish of his eon Robert T Lincoln An excavation 15 feel deep Is belnll made beneath the vault where now It rests at Springfield III and in this tho casket will be placed surrounded by a cage which Is to be imbedded aod made a part of a solid concrete block sight by eight feet and 13 feet long In anaemia and moat womens ailments he digestion is weak the making of color flesh and strength out ol food is Imperfect so that the patient Is weak wan nervous and dyspeptic Tide condition can be corrected by taking a course of IERBINE Price COc For sale atI ennys Drug StoreIThe court of appeals decided that tho acquittal on peremptory inslm lone In the criminal division of tbe effcrson circuit court of Theodore b aol charged with seduction was a faulty construction of the law There Is more CiUrrh inthissection of the eluatry than sit olhtrdltctMi put together and mill the hail few yon was supposed lo Iw lo aad rroDolirurItand by toniuntlr lathe to curs with I11Dt It lacanbl Scltncero rroun hnb to lea coastltalionsl dlseu baiefpre requireronailutionai treatment nII rtarrb Cure F J Cbear Co Toledo Ohio Is ths only consllutlonsl cure nth market It la taken tntcrnsllylln do rom 10 drops to a It sets Unctlr oa be Mood and muroullurtacoot they In Tb ollr bundrM dolltrs for any ease t falls to eure Send for circulars and testimonials AddrrM F J CHENEY A CO Toledo U Sold Halls br aniiiyhta1711anlbebut AT COST FOR CASH StocK of General Merchandise Of W R Minor of Moreland Kp on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad lias been assigned to me as trustee t It consist of Dry Goods Clothing Grocerle Winter Dents and Shoes Hats Caps hart ware juoensware etc All otaplo goods I will sell the stock as a whole to anyone ON REASONABLE TERMS- ho I wishes to enter tho dry goods trade Tho house can be rented upon cssy terms EOWARI ALCORX Trustee Of W R Minor Hustonvllio ICy FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Edward McCarly farm of 317 AORESThree and one half milts from Stanton on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Ltxlngtbn K- yLDMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of tho estate of J W Olv ens decd I will on RIDAY OCTOBER 4 IOOI- t hU late residence near McKinney sell at public auction to the the following propcttvi I 2 royearold Jacks wellbred 10 Jennets six ot them In foal by good Jacket uno imblncd mare Nellie Gray her colt b 11011111 ayearohtlIIon out ot Nellli Ora by a Denmark hone ono sorrel roan and colt gray mare 10 years old bay mnel 1 buggy buckboard horse clipper bunhcls wheat about 35 acre of corn one lot of sugar cano and- lot a of farming Implements urmeA credit of three months on note Itb good security piiyablo lu bank beur- IDg Interest from day ot for all 8uml- ovor S10 For all sums of 810 and under- club EDWARD AtCOKN Admr FARM FOR SALE- m of about 60 acre 2H mile from Hug tonvllie on Morclnnd Station and Carpen- terjI Station plkoi also a good grist mill- wltb good traction engine sell rea- sonablr Apply to JOHN OINWIDDIE 1m Hustonvllle ICy FARM FOR SALE A arm of 100 acre known as the Joe Rae Un farm two miles east of Highland fo- rule Call on or write to Jacob Doubt Ot tenbelm Ky for particular E B UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicle In Central Kentucky Wo Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price from 25oo To 50000 Our vehicles were bought in lots we sell on smaller any In Central Kentucky Lincoln especially stock Over WJ Claim to stall luggles For Ltss Than Some piople Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville Stafford Female College + reA- Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young UdUi Hat all the grades of the best city grftmomJjchooU and addition full rfgu lar courses of study of the best female colleges In the Btato Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Instruction In all departments by competent experienced teacher The next annual teuton will open Monday September 21 Tuition foes range from ilOto 123 per term of 20- weeks Board tuition In literary courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For catalogue address B T iFiisriKiiEiRaroasr E rin Stanford Kg You could use an extra pocket book to hold the money you tare In buying here now Our vast stock Is bound to in proportion to our prices Only a few short months more and RACKET STORE The cheapest In Stanford Will be Never will tho people of Lincoln and surrounding counties have the oppurtunityof buying such high grade overcoats Loots shoe Jacket com forts blankets flannels jeans hats caps mens boys and cnlldrens underwear of kinds yarn goods rubbers linens etc at such a sacrifice Come and pick what like white these great bargains last For Sale- hfouseand lot on Main lot5Ixt lumber 12 14 foot oak boxing horse cow surrey and spring wagon I The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Lamps I 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145I 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS CO We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c I Live Stock of JIll Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOANI- n sums of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at per cent Long time and ea mentl W A TImULF 3mStanford ICy PUBLIC SALE StocK and Crop Wo will Sell at outcry at our place a miles south of Lancaster between Crab Orchard and Lancaster and Stanford and Lancaster pikes on Thursday Oct 3d igor The following property towit Pair work mules 2 brood mares foal to Jack large bay saddle hone 8 years old yearling horse bull 7 cows 7 yearling and weanling catvesl about 40 ewes bred to Southdown bucks 2 thoroughbred down bucks 8 shouts 3 meat Itogs1 wheat drill i New American Wheat and six tacks clover hay 14 acres corn TermSum of 810 and under cash over that amount 3 months credit negoti able nofe bearing 8 per cent Interest and at the Citizens National Beak of Lancaster R IK k W A IETTUS Gilbert Creek ICy r for cash car and n margin than house Our County friends aro Invited to look our in the and the all street Oi Of taU South In ortlcr to nmko room fur our Fall lamps wo otter the tallow lug to cloe BIG SALE ON TUESDAY OCT I 1901 I will offer at public sale place on the Lebanon Pike near Danville allot my live stock an utensils Including the following 1 suckling horso mule colt 7 yearling mute all mare and extra sugar 4yearold work mule 13pear old work boron alao drives well 1 famllrhorse Jersey cows giving milk all subject to registry Jenny heifers all with calf Jersey weanling heifer calves Jersey weanling bull calf Syear old bull I 2Cjlr0Id bull 8 black Ilcrkshlro sows and pigs 2 black Ilcrkshlro sown heavy with ugf 25 black Ilerkehlre gilts old enough to r enoujChtorplowharnesssickle grindstone 300 chickens lUrred Plymouth Rock Black Minorca and Duff Wynndottesi buggy Shorso wagon corn planter wheat fan tobacco sticks 2 boxen for scalding bogs feed hogTaast1other small articles too numerous to men tion T D English H GENTRYv- a r r