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HO r t Tr ir v V t t SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL tGVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER t 1901 9AM NO 62 ij MIDDLEBURG 11 nov sathethe A bland conferenceI J Inprospectuseetho life of our lato president Rev Ktrlo D Strains lectured In tbo rst court house at Liberty Sunday after audienceLBJ that delivered hero proparlnljaverage acreage will bo sown k yiellet pOIn our last Is retorted up Mrs Rbo da Cox Is very sick at her homo nea Yosemite Albert Dastln Is doing e well as could bo expected The otho InMannaInltanUykilled Iront ono of tho best known and most re spoctable colored men throughout this section Dy Homo means fair or foul w do not know why Casey voters will b unable to vote on tbo free turnpike and bond Issuo proposition this comln election but no power can prevent tbo voto a year hence when the detestable toll gate system will be knocked as high as Kaman John Wells living on Doo Cree kJrsome three miles south of hero Is ver cntbuslasilc to euro Is bo thatoll exists r on his property If reports be true tho fluid fairly seeps out of the coalIn aro a number of Casey men interested d in tbo oil business and It Is only a mat tor of tlmo until prospectors will be over tbo Casey Holds The protracted meeting Is still 1 progress at the Baptist church and promises to bo ono of the most success ful revivals ercr held hero The meet Inc hat been going on now 10 days and t will continue at least throughout this week There bavo boon 3d odd con- versiont to date There are few abler or more learned divines than D rorare 8Imm who tso ably assisted by Pas tor J D Forrlll Good auilences are present at both the day and night ser I vices and especially It truo of tbo latter wbentbo house Is crowded almost to lulTocltlon Casey was well represented at tbo Inter Stato fair last week a scorn or moro of our most prominent cltlions being In attendance 0 S Durham and wife aro visiting relatives In Lan caster Dr Caldwell of Wayncsburg visited relatives In this vicinity Miss Marietta Martin of Mu Salem Is vis lung relatives hero Revs Joshua Tny lot returned from Ashland Tuesday i whore ho attended conference J T Short and the writer attended the Ho v lines mooting at Liberty Tuesday p night Rov Slmras who Is assisting Row Forrlll In the revival hero ran down to Louisville Tuesday on Impor tact business returning Wednesday Only a month now until tho elcctlo- which by tho way will be one of t mot quiet for many years as there Is seemingly little or no Interest being taken hero Casey democrats will have but two mon to voto for FarrIs and Jones If our party has made any nora v Inatlon for representative In tbo gene al assembly wo aro not aware of it The contest for judge Is waxing warm though Mr Jones and Capt Raines are both making a Itlll tight The election of the former depends altogether on the apathy In the ranks of the 001While thoro Is a considerable clement among the rode that Is unalterably opoI pecan to the captain yet wo are lorryI to say there are a few mon call1nlI themselves democrats who If not ly aro secretly lighting Mr Jones o only candidate In tho county race E ery democrat should fully realize a importance of returning Senator Farr le who has made such an ovlablo record 4as tho coming legislative body will elect tbo successor of that Ii misfit marauding around our Nation capital as a representative of fair Ken tucky Doboo Mr Farris will poll tho partys strength In Casey which If followed in Doyle Lincoln and Garrard b his election Is assured and democracy signally honored We notlco In tho late press dispatch os from Manila of the almost complete annihilation of Co C of the Oth Infan try on the Island of Samar which IB some 600 or miles south of Manila 1and Is the abode of the most savago and f determined of the Tagol warriors Tho natural topography of the Island affords a most Inviting retreat and rendezvous for the insurgents who under tho leadership of the blood craving and Inhuman Lucban and others have mado it hot for tho Americans from start to finish though the latter seems not yot to be in sight The losses of the 43d infantry on Samar was something ap I palling Tho 20th Infantry of which J T Short and a score or more of Ca y and Lincoln boys wore members as stationed on this eland for sever al months It took lour companies Brseaport town of Cntbalogan It was this same Oth Infantry that wont tbro the awful Urd at Tien Sin during tbo Boxer campaign in China and who Iter scaled tbo seemingly Impregnable walls of the Imperial city of Pokln with a loss of only 23 per soot and to late moot almost complete annihilation in campaignda tar more serious matter than moo suspect and tbo cost of tho Is and the subjugation of tbo peo somethingr ogeerstallation of civil government thro the Archipelago C C WAYNESBURG Our school Is progressing nicely un der the fine Instruction and good file cipline of Prof Marcum Rev T M Smith will till bls pulpit Suneprotracted meeting hage un a two weeks meeting at this place resulting In nine addition and much other rood work The Goshorn Lumber Co of hull hoe purchased of E B Caldwell a largo tract of timber and prepa rations are now being mado to begin work This will give employment to eany who aro now Idle The leo cream copper which was given at the school house Saturday night by Prof Marcum was a successa In scary way Notwithstanding the inclement weather tbo house was full and all bad a royal time The supper DIne Ittrlet library and an excellent sum was taken In for that good cause Miss Mvrtle little daughter of M G Roy colds rendered some excellent music She le vest a little girl but the with which she handles her Instrument goes to prove that she is a musician of type Dr A K Caldwell our most talented physician Is taking a much rest at Russell Springs IIo called o his best girl at Mlddleburg white en stets to the springs Mrs Gosborn joined her husband hero Thursday Mils Dora Rlgney and Miss Barker visited Miss Etta Gooch last Saturday and Sunday Mrs W U Caldwell con tinues very ill of paralysis Dutch Gooch Is Improving and Is on a road to recovery IIo a jolly g fellow and wo hope ho will Moon bo out again H U Caldwell Is very of typhoid fever W J Reynolds an- dotberloft for Garland Ark Thurt day Messrs E W and Olio Caldwell called on two of Yoaomltos fairest last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mau Strand of Cuba Is with Miss Verna Gooch Mrs Will Short of Middle burg Is with Miss Eva Caldwell for a few days h aelghwiae Ella Singleton who was killed In runaway accident last Saturday which an account was gluon In yo last Issue and on tho 24th of Saptember the death angel visited the homo of E S and Ellen Singleton and took from them their son Wlnfrcd aged 18 lie was an intelligent young man and liked by all who knew him IIo was only sick a fow doge with pneumonia and Inflamalton of the brain IIo was walt ed upon by our skilled physician Dr Caldwell and everything was done that loving hands could do but death claimed him at last While wo bow In submission to Gods will wo recognize the fact that the church and Sunday urschool will miss ono of Its best pupils But wo shall cherish his memory and hoetrlYo to meet him In that realm above whore beauty smiles eternally and pleasures savor dlo CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY nlSAVED IllS BOYS LIFE 1 believe I saved my nineyearold boys life this winter with Chamberlains Cough remedy It says A M Hoppc Rio Crook Yls He was so choked up with croup that he could not speak I gave It to him freely until he vomited and in a short time ho was all right For sale by Craig Hock r Druggists A Now York dispatch says James Corbett pugilist actor and saloonkeeper appeared In a now part wk ho testified in supplementary proses loge In tbo supreme court that he was flat broke Corn buskers sprained wrists barbed wlro cuts burns bruises eevero lacera tlons and external injuries or any kind are prymptl and happily cured by ape plying UALLARD8 SNOW LINIMENT Price 23o and 60 For solo at Penny LAND STOCK CROPS ETC T O Hankln bought 15 mule colts In Wayne at 120 to toO oilerun worked a mile In 201 at Lexington Wednesday J O Ballot sold to Thomas Smiley of Lexington two horses for 8375 salee4t hlra arm acres near Stony Point to J H Bryant for 10000 bitsaEd Cart10- The race between Creeceue and Char ley Herr to have been trotted at Lex declarey d tFort SALE Flvo young Shorthorn bulls subject to register Also a lot of young mules J T Hackley Dan vllle Ky 2t Manny Hungate near Rose Hill has a pumpkin vine 75 feet long that has 27 largo pumpkins on It Harrodsburg DemocratDen Jones sold Wednesday to Capt Foster of St Simon Ga a pair of block hornets mecca for 8900Wla Chester Democrat What a taco tbe groat 210 trot dur tag the big Lexington trots of Oct 8 to 18 will be with such grand racehorses QAllChain Shot 210 and halt dozen otb era like 6Fortyonetaco of Marcus Daly sold at Sheep bead Bay for 8205101 an average of 85002 James R Keeno paid 118u0 for Field Azure a famous Eoglle brood mare and 811000 for Lady Reel i the dam of Hamburg J E Madden paid 117000 for Pocabontus and Aug ust Belmoot 817000 for Lucy Cross another famous English maro Two yearolds also brought big prices W C Whitney taking a brown filly by St- ShponLady teal for 810000and J B Haggln paying 815500 for a chestnut BIsister of Hamburg MATRIMONIAL L Brockott and Mr Rosa Dread ndue wore married this week S Davenport of Junction City and tolls Virginia Moore of Harrods burg will be married Wednesday Oct 10 Young George Pullman divorced in Chicago last week married a tvldo elehi years older than himself in N IrBrook Gaines and Mist Vlrgle Hanks Porter Farloe and Miss Dart o Frazier all of La wrcnceburg eloped to Frankfort aDd wore married Miea Motllo Riley daughter of F B Rlloy proprietor of tho Riley Hotel at London was married to Mr Charles Bsdr a son H Tlnsloy district attorney of the Eastern district Tbo bride is a charming young lady and very pretty John Earls of Pendloton county aged G3 years and Melinda E Lynn aged 20 wero married In Grccnup ofForty years ago Mr Earls and tho anurd wore enga to s undcrstandlngsoparated them and sac h married another Mr Earls wlfo died some time ago A TYPICAL SOUTH AFRICAN STORE O R Larson of Bay Villas Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store tpsleal of South Africa at whIchcan purchasedanything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store Is sit ustcd In a valley nine miles from tho nearest railway station and about 25 miles iron the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of 30 miles many of whom I have supplied Chamber Iains remedlps All testify to their value in a household whore a doctors advice is almost out of the question Vhh la6a ono mllo of my store the population perhaps Of these within the past months no less than 14 have been aLso lutuly cured by Chamberlains Cou ghty Remedy This must surely bo a tacos For sale by Craig L Ilockcr Druggists The slaughter ofJCompany C 1n thilia Infantry on the Island of Samar turns out to have beema massacre The sault was led by the presldonto of t town claiming to bo friendly The bodies of the victims wore saturated with kerosene and otherwise mutilated o n envdaro In anaemia and most womens aliments the digestion la weak the making of col or flesh and strength out of toad Is im wanlDervouscan a course HEROINE Price 60c For sale at Pennys Drug StoreI LANCASTER On Tuetday the fiscal court elected our polite and eltlclent deputy county clerk O W Sbugars to the olllee of county treasurer Tbo members of tho Christian Endeavor are very cordially Invited to attend the social to be given at the church next Tuesday at 7 P M Rev Joseph Hopper begun meeting at tbo Presbyterian church Tuesday evening Preaching from 10 to 11 A M and from 7 to 8 P M All are Invited- to attend Fou HCSTIn Lancaster a bouse of 10 rooms garden and stable Central ly located and well suited for a board Inc house For reference John M Orand 8th and JefTerton Streets Waco Texas Mary Bright little daughter ot Mr and Mrs C A Robinson Is quite sick Mr Robert West has been suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism Mrs Price who has been IIIat Mr Fred Friable Is Ilatewell attended Deceased was years of ago and was well known throughout this and adjoining counties Ho leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his loss Eugene Berkeley of the Bryant vllle section had a very valuable mule killed Wm Lawson bought of C CsCoy of Round Hill a load of hogs at 15 S Morgan bought of Mrs B Y a lot of corn at 8250 in the field He also bought of Win Forger 24 hone at 5o and of G C Kcnno 12 at 51 to Co Ho shipped them to Crawford IC Co Cincinnati Misses Fannie and Bettle West have toberne and bliss Bessie Patent of Bry antsvllle will visit frlcndd In Loxlng ton this week Mrs Daisy Huffman aDd slater Miss Pearls Burnslde of Stanford were In our city for a few days Mrs George Patterson and lit tie daughter Greco Baum are at homo after several weeks vacation Mrs James Thompson is qulto sick A H astin Is back from a big meeting ofaKentucky Telephone Association which convened at Owcntbnro Attor sty W McC Johnson went up to Lon don John T Hays Is also attending court at London Rev Wolfolk of the Baptist church here ls holding a meet ing at Mt Hebron Miss Sallie B Wray of Buckeye is visiting Mrs Curtis Govcr at Crab Orchard Onus Phillips Is able to bo out after an at tack of poenmonla Misses Fannie Col wIlcr and Carrie Curry wero In Danville daysoKINGSVILLE W L McCarty went to Frankfort Tuesday Mrs G W Ball of Ludlow Is visiting relatives hero Misses Ger trudo Penny bacKer und Elizabeth Mc Farland went to Somerset Sunday J E Crclgbton was up from Eubanks Tuesday John Howo returned Mon day from a delightful visit to relatives In Cincinnati Mack Williams has gone to Lawreuceburg to work nights in the telegraph olllce S C Carter of Frankfort is the guest of relatives hero Mrs LutleChawk and children who have been spending the summer with Mrs Bettlo C Pennybacker hero returned to their homo In Louisville We had the remark mado to us a few days since during a political discussion which discussions will arise at times even among women that Goebel sot his just dues The remark was made by a tenderhearted 0 woman A young mother approving assassination does not require a heart only ense of decency to condemn assassins tlon We were asked not to compare the assassination of Gov Goebel to that of President McKinley Wo agree with the INTERIOR JOURNAL that the assassination of Gov Goebel was more to bo deplored than that of Mr Me Kiuley for tho first crime was commit thercreature taught to believe that wrong was right but both were crimes and to deplored by all civilized people feTroops are hold in readiness at Hop klnsvllle to prevent further lawlessness at the Empire mines In Christian coun Happlncss depends very touch on the condition of the liver And kidneys Tho of mil wake but little impression on those whoso digestion is good You can withhoancy of spirits Price 60c For sale at Pennys Drug Store Mrs William Stearoes teaks capsule ot strychnine for quinine at Cooper Heights Ga and died There aro thousands of people sedating untold torture from piles because of tho beIIaI bottles tubes 75c For sale at Penny j r d 1 f r i Dont Buy A Suit For Y rBoy Until you have feen what we have to show you In that line Styles That Are New and Attractive- Norfolk Jackets and Rus sian Blouses 1Strong desirable fabrics and perfect fitting All these good points are to be found In our new tall goods Come in and look at them r IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied iniLLBR HIRSCH Danvi- lleI to J L Frohman Co Clothing Mens suits in regular slims and ex tra sizessingle and breast Childrens Suits In oflittleare simply elegant in 2 3 and 4 piece suits Call and look them moneyinfor our TERMS ARE CASH H J McROBERTS I L j p f e l riEAPP fARMER e 1 USES Ilr IHIGGINSWe Care UPTODATE mNRY r runnnPeople get more than they ask for when they have us fill their prescriptions The public at large is not half so particular as wo are in these matters Wo know that our drugs are both pure and of stand noverhesltaleYour physician writes a prescription expecting definite results wo see to it that he is not disappointed All prescriptions have careful scien tific compounding and we also make the price righ- tPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky 4 + + 11It + + + GO TO W B McRoberts DruggistI For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish landgVarnishlStains t TTI w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For RepretentatUe M F NORTH For County Judge JASP BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER- ForCountyAttorney HARVEY HELM For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN For Attettor 9 M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W I HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrates J A Dudderar F red Oompton W D Wallln O A Smith W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for railroad Cotnmltiloncr for tho 3d Diitrlct mblect to the will of the democracY IT it given out from Washing that President Roosevelt basin con templatlon a plan for the cnlarpeme and fuller organization of the repub can party in the Southern States It Is said that he realizes the 1m policy of perseverance In a course of conduct the natural and inevitable tending of which is to divide the people of that section on the color line Not closing his eves to the unsurpassed productive power of the soil ID cotton and many of the cereals Its mineral wealth its timber and above all the Intelligence moral virtues and heroic temperament of Its Inhabitants he believes that Negro as cendency in politics In those States retards tho development of all their nature at resources and discourages the peopl in laudable efforts to reach a still higher point in the scale of well belnj Without openly advocating a dIsfran- chisement of the Negroes he think that if they could be relegated to the back ground in politics and induced to divide their suffrages about equally be tween the two parties and thus rellov his own party of the odium of being In the South almost exclusively a Negr party the white vote would then by gradual process align Itself equally be tween the republicans and democrats To Inaugurate his policy ho proposes It is said or at least has the plan unde advisement to dispense Federal patron age among the best and most intelll gent democrats without exacting Iron the appointees any pledge that they shall renounce their political convic tions or affiliations Negroes are to have nothing because they arc not fit either by endowment education or moral discernment to execute the du jiUs 9f dj9barge tbP rusts of a publlt station With some of the promises of the president the majority of thoughtfu people will agree As to his posltloi that Negro suffrage In the South has been a curse to both white and black but few will take issue If be has hon estly reached this conclusion and advances it to the front of a new admin t Istratlve policy because of a sincere belief that the public welfare will be promoted by its adoption then he should be given credit for a patriotism whist rises above party ends and for a courage which defies the fanaticism ol cranky philanthropists If however these suggestions are thrown out as the offspring of a lower plane of thought If they are only tentatively advanced a feeler as It wereto determine how far he may successfully go in buying up the Southern people by bestowing offi ces on them then it must be allowed that his policy Is unworthy It would belle his own history and prove a die grace to his administration Beware of the Greeks bearing gifts Is a max im hoary with ago and freighted with wisdom We have observed what it means In the Internal revenue service If any democrat in Kentucky or else where who has been given a Federal position by a republican president or other republican appointing power has not changed his party affiliations we do not recall his name or place of resI- dence If a man sells his vote for money the law calls the offense brib ery and both the briber and the brlb ed may be punished criminally Why it Is not a punishable offense when the consideration la an office has for a long time bothered as it continues to both er a ayman journalist Lotus Indulge for the present at least the hope that the president does not propose to go Into the business of general bribery even It the purpose and effect be to wipe out the color line in politics and put Sambo In the backyard Painfully it must be confessed that too often in modern times has the virtue of citizen ship fallen before the temptations i of Interest which have been presented to It If there be no tempter there will be none tempted That some perhaps many southern people would yield to eoflattering and profitable offers mav i be expectiobut such polltle Aeb prac tlcee would provoUobo but the begin olng of the end of a nationallife glory deluged In the tees pools of partisan politics POLITICAL Massacbusetti Democrats nominated a State ticket headed by Joalab Quincy Hon James D Black of Barbour vllle will speak at Carlisle MODday week 14th Bryan has expressed his wllllngni to stump Ohio In the interest of tbe democratl3 ticket Senator Deboe discussed the Sapp case with the president but received encouragementEdward has been chosen by Tammany Hall as the candidate for mayor of New York The reports of the registration In the towns throughout the State show larJte gains for the democrats James W Seymour mayor of Newark was nominated for governor by the New Jersey democratic convention Senator J C S Blackburn celebrated his birthday with a barbecue In Woodford county Gov Beckham waB one of his guests Go South young man and grow up with the Roosevelt republican party A fat office goes with every vote ex- cepT a cooner Lou Times On the recommendation of Representative Borclng Samuel Bennett of Whitley county has been appoint vice consul of the United States at Sat tlllo Mex Gov Beckham bas had to appoint four circuit judges within the last six months and all four of them have been nominated unanimously by the demo cratlc party Gov Taylor was a man of bumble origin says one of his newspaper panegyrists So ho wasnot only of humble but so far as the records ahoy of unknown origin Lou Times The registration at Richmond Tuesday proved a glorious day for the de aocracy of that city i erkes carried the city last year by 42 the democrats larrylng It Tuesday by 130 Good lor out his reported purpose toI appoinT democrats tooffice In the South resident Roosevelt Is said to have dc ermlned to appoint J H Blalock to be ollector of internal revenue in Soutl Carolina He Is a McLaurln man Chairman McChord of the democrat- Ic State campaign committee and Mr Samuel Kirby of Louisville have sub nltted arguments to Attorney Genera Jrecklnrldge protesting against theI uling of Secretary of State Hill reIarding the necessity for separate old In the municipal and county elecI lone this fall The subcommittee of the constltu tonal convention of Virginia announc ed Its completion of the work of red Is rlctlng the State Into 22 circuits The circuit courts are to succeed the present system of county courts and are to hold nt least six terms a year In each county The new circuits are made up- of counties cut from the old circuits Congressman Wheeler who aspires to a seat In tho most deliberative body In the world seems to be unlortunati with ble parts of speech and to pomn the faculty of putting his foot In It er ery time he opens his mouth Hit several bad breaks at Mayavlllo showi hat he Is not ol the timber U S Senators should be made Harrodsburg Democrat THIS AND THAT The average condition of cotton on Sept 20 was 614 The Cuban constitutional convention was formally dissolved The Columbia defeated the Sham rock In the yacht race yesterday Troops kllledor wounded a number of persons In election riots In Hungary Hon George W Smith a prominent politician of Illinois committed suicide Frank C White aged 10 years committed suicide at Paducah on account of a love affair tV K Vanderbilt shipped 13 thoroughbred brood mares bought at Lex Inltton to France- Copenhagen newspapers revive the rumorB that King Edward Is In a serious condition from cancer of the tongue Wesley Vlcroy shot and mortally wounded William L Moran in Mason county Both are prominent farmers William Moorefield was found In vacant lot at Winchester sutferlcg from dangerous knife wounds Amanda Williams colored was arrested Lieut Doyle of the Brooklyn continued his testimony before the Schley Inquiry court yesterday His evidence Rae favorable to Admirable Schley IBESIDES getting out the INTERIOR JOURNAL and dolpr lots of job work- tbls office got out tho Kentucky White Ribbon a six colutnn folio between Friday and Wednesday morning last We merely mention this to show what a well equipped printing omen and a stclass force can do when it Is nec eesary TUB L N will sell roundtrip tickets at one fare to Owenaboro Oct 2122 final limit 25 on account of the meettnJ of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias A similar rate will be given to Louisville Oct 21 22 final limit 24 on account of the State Con federate Reunion h f IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIE Robert Tyre Is under arrest at Lon don charged with criminal assault James Eohanon a merchant of Brad blslIe been appointed assistant surgeon with the rank of lieutenant In the re ular armyIWhile on her way home from chool an eightyearold daughter of Benjaminj Martin of Clay county from a horse and killedIMrs Tlnnle died after a short Illness of scarlet vertShe was a daughter of lIon JfeeI H Minor of Perryvlllo A hUB band and two children survive her The Climax Printing Company ofI Richmond has filed articles of loci poratlon with the Secretary of State with 5000 capital J C and D M Chenault Angll D Miller and Robert- S Crowe are the Incorporator Geary 011 Companys Well No 1 10 cated on the Lester farm In Vayne came In and Is as good as any In the field flowing 300 barrels a day Tbls well Is two fifthe of a mile Southwest of Bertram No2 owned by the Somen et Oil CompanyIR L Williams barn near Dunnvillc burned Sunday night It was tilled with provender and the loss Is condd crable This makes the third barn Mr Williams has lost by firo In the lut three years In all the burnings In cendlarylsm Is charged The Bastin Telephone Co has received its new switch board and It one of tho bestmonoy can buy It has 400 drops and all the latest Improv meets The now pnones will also be the latest the bell ringing when the receiver Is taken down thus doing aWRY BldecuntrallRecord A Frankfort dispatch says The apt cllatc court heard and notion of Attorney Vaowlnkle of DanI ille of counsel for Reuben Qulnn ondemned Negro murderer of Policeman Crumb for another oral argumoc of his case before tho full court Tbe case Is horn now on petition for a rehearing the court having affirmed the death sentence imposed by the court lelow This petition will bo disposed of within the next few days A headend collision between a pas anger train and freight near Hubbar prlnge Va resulted in the death of Ingineer Nick Seltz of Corbin who was In charge of the passenger train Several of the passengers were badl hurt but none fatally It Is claimed that those In charge of the frelgh train are responsible for the wreck Tbe passenger train was on time and the freight crew thought they couli each a certain station before the pat snger arrived Both trains were badly demolished Seltz leaves a wife am fonr children CHURCH MATTERS The Stite convention of the Christian hunch Is In session at Cyntblana Rev S M Logan of Mlddleaboro conducting a meeting at BurnsIde The general conference of the Epic opal church Is In session In San Francisco Elder J Q Montgomery of Liberty Is holding an Interesting meeting at foreland v Rev W W Bruce will preach at the Presbyterian church Hustonville unday morning The Methodist church at Somerset Hev F M Hill pastor has been en irged and remodeled at a coat of 82 300 The meeting at the Flemlogsburi Christian church conducted by Elder orris of Georgetown closed with 2J Idltlons The protracted meeting at Qoehet closed with 18 additions It was held by Elders J G Livingston and B J Pinkerton In order to provide for a large church debt 20 young men of Owensboro have Insured their lives for 2000 each on- the 10 year payment plan In favor of- the church Rev Ira Estepp who for 15 years ha- been a minister In the Baptist church at Inez has been expelled from the ministry for baptizing his sick daugh ter by pouring water on her head The First Christian church of Winchester has called Dr B A Abbott of Baltimore to servo as pastor at a eal- ary of 82000 a year Dr Abbott Is now pastor of the only church of that denomination In Baltimore Rev Joe H Hopper of Perryvlllo was here Tuesday on his way to Lancaster to hold a meeting He told us- tbat he closed a meeting at Greor Creek Woodford county Sunday night wblch resulted In 15 additions to that church When you wake up with a bad taste in- your mouth go at once to Crulg Uock- erlI Drug Store and get n free sample of ChamberlaIns Stomach and Liver Tab- letll Ono or two doses will make ou- wu1l They also cure blllousncM sick headache and constipation MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at per cent Lang time and A TRIRIILE 3mBtanford Ky Ir l3567oo WorthanketsI J of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Notious Etc Etc IJackets January 1st 19O2 4T Every day brings us nearer our destined end This is positively the best OPPOIlunit1 I you have hall or will have again to buy winter goods at this season of t for about onehalf their actual value Como early and get first pick I IOUl stock is complete lot at prices we are quoting it wont last longI I We have a large assortment of Fine Shoes Lace and Con all sizes worth 2 to 5 in Ien5 as long as they last at 98c to 178 See centre tables Ladies Flannelette Shirt sgists well made anti nicely trimmed solid colors and polka dot worth 7oc in this sale only 43C GlovesInno 07 Ladies Percale Shirt Waists I worth 50 to 1 to close at 25C 0 have a lot of line colored and silk in lengths of front 1 to 15 Iv real value 50 and 75c this only 2QC We have about 225 pairs ladies I sample Shoes line and coarse worth from 1 to 3 to close at 4QC I 10c Pearl Buttons oc FOR Cottage three rooms and kitchen Plac contains two acre Nice garden Som fruit Situated on Danville Avenue MRS lAitY WHOHTON NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Deerlng lUrvetter Extras and Fixture but keep none but the genuine Unlem the name Deerlng npi ear on them you may know are not genuine U 8OARPENTEi6 Iluttonvllli FOR cotta e and about 31 acres of land 3 miles from Danville on Stanford piker 30 acres for wheat to JJ MOOIIE Dunvllle Ky COAL I have decided to remain at Itowland thl winter and continue In the coal Dullness I am better prepared than ever to handl coal and witch a of your patronage I handle the best of coal T L 8HELTON Rowland Ky LAND FOR SALE Sidynina acros being the balance of th Win Davleas land yet unsold Hounded Frankfort Hohon and nioomflol whcle or divided Applv to ten Sam Harroda burg SALE OF Stanford Property Lincoln Circuit Court W P Walton plaintiff vs Anderson Carr defendant equity In execution of a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit court nt It Nov term 1808 In the above action I will on Oct X4tli 1901 Being the first dy of tho Lincoln County Court at tbo front door of tho courthouse In Stanford KV over at outcry to the highest bidder the followlngreal estate In Stanford ICy Firat a lot on the north by Myers lot on east by Depot at on south by Solon Craig lot on west by Ramsey and Farlra property Second a lot bounded thus Fronting 20 Inches on west side of Depot street south lot of J II and It Shanks known as Commercial Hotels west blot formerly owned by Miss Polly Alcorn and on tho by the J lot Third a house and lot situated In Stanford and bounded thusi Beginning ntatake33 feet from center of railroad and corner to M1I1U Hughes thence with line of railroad S a4 W 59 cut to itnku In line of railroad and corner to Wallace thence his line 13Jj W 1818 feet to a itake orner to McAliiter tlience with his lino and MIIIU Hughes S 10K E 1834feet to beginning All of said property or ao Much thereof as will bo necessary to satisfy the following lien debts and for which Judgment was rendered In this case towIt 390 with 6 per cent Interest from Juno 37 untiljiuld subject toa credIt of 8SO paid tan I ISO 35 Paid July 1800 850 paid irov118U7 as the further lien debt of 146060 with 0 per cent Interest from Doc 12 1605 until paid On Fob 29 1000 dc endant Carr paid j200 Said debts will mount to tho sum of 880713 principal nterest and cotta on Oct II 1001 Terms Jrcdlt of 0 and 12 months In equal Install cent Ilond with good security bearing nterest from dntu of sale until paid laving the force and elect of a judgment md payable to the Commissioner R 0 WARREN Commissioner liens Line Derby lints worth 1 I T to 1 to dose out nt tho unheard of of price of only 25CI15 Bolts of good Outing Cloth difiercnt patterns to select ntSic as long as they last sell at A fens and Boys Snits nod coats Wo still have a assortment on hand It will you to eosin and examine goods before you buy liens 1ply Linen Collars es and styles worth 15c quick salts pick em out at A few Mens Collar and Cufis attached worth 75c to close at only 33C We have the largest most com plate and line of Comforts nUll Blankets in the county and prices at about onehalf 15c Colored Cutlklit 3C Dont to Attend Grand fI The Louisville Store IiRENT RENTN- ice townlimits KyifCOMMISSIONERS Monday from- worth 001I theseI Negligee ComoI cheapest Fail This saief New Fall Styles New Lasts New Leathers A Patent Kid Shoe Shoe for 3 50 guaranteed not to crack tiBCkrtl n 1i1lI N9 EATALaGUE FIIIL W L Douglas f3 60 shoes ate as stylish and wo wll guarantee that they wear as long as any J5 shoe of an r other make Buy Douglni nnd svo money CUMMINS MCLARY e New Goods New Firm And Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronago will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andjscejus W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street BARGAIN PRICEStIn Ready Mixed Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETCICRAIIG NCRQ if TTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv OCT 4 1001 TRY the Judge Tuft clear for a obolco smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR proscription works unsurpass t Peonysb1 PERSONALS Miss SALLIE GIVENS u teaching at Plttiburg again I MRS 0 0 WITHERS Is visiting her deter In Iodl oaf J MRS W E VAfNON spent several day In Louttvlllo Miss PEARL DUIINSIDB spent sever al dayi la Garrard MRS W U SHANKS Is visiting he- parents In Madison MRE W SMITH returned to No- rtl folk Va yesterday JAMES U NDNNELLEV spent several Jays with bis parents hero JOHN 3HIOHT Jit spent yesterday lo Loulivlllo buying goods Miss LIZZIE HUTCHISON left Tuei day for Indianapolis to visit friends A MIss EMMA OWSLEY Is visiting her sister Mrs JB Wells In Danvlllo MR JAMES 0 HARDI of Montlcel IIio Is with his brother Mark Uardln- MR RirilARD BLUR loft yesterday to visit relatives at Ruisellvllle and Nash yllle MR BONY D CARTER of too Tut Dorsrlllo section Is threatened with fever 1 J H THOMPSON of the Preachers villa section has n new girl at his homo FRED Kissusn of Louisville Is with his brothor ln law John U Cam frcouchMRS F M WARE of MoKlnney Is visiting her sister Mrs Garner In the v KartEnd ATTORNEY W I WlILIAMS Of Lan cater wat over to ice Col Welch t yesterday t Mn W M BRIGHT of JJoomlo ton Is with his brother Mr Joh Bright Sr- MB6slts A G EASTLANU M P Bl kin nod II M Ncwlaod want to Louts t TuesdayI GOItMLBY Of Crab Orchard spent several days with Mrs Adella WoodltMRS C U KNOLBMAS and little daughter of Paint Lick are with Mrs John Q Kogleraan Miss LUTIE VANDBVORT of Clnoln natl attended the burial of Mrs J W Allen at Huttoavllle Mlt KC MONTGOMERY has moved to a cottage on Whitley Avenue and will deal In the stock LEYI KCUEH of Crab Orchard was registered at the Filth Avenue Hotel Louisville Wednesday MR WT DODO of Downs III Is with his daughters Mesdames II D McCluro and J N Cash MESDAMES W 0 McttoiimiTS and J S Hundley attended the Louisville InterStato fair this week GEORQK U FARRIS Is a holder of Geary oil stock which jumped to 82S5 at Lexington the other day MR W E PERICINS one of Crab Orchards leading merchants went to Cincinnati Tuesday to buy Roods Miss EuzAiiETii M CREIOHTON our elllclent Klnpsvlllo correspondenti 11 Is visiting friends In Flcmlngiiburg MRS W IL STOVALL left yesterday for her homo In Cloburno Texas afteri spending the summer with homofolks heroMRS W P TATE loft Tuesday lor Boston to visit her daughter Mr C II Paine Mr Tate accompanied her as far as Cincinnati MR J A WRIGHT and wile will movo to Lexington today They are Rood citizens and wo commend them to the Lexington people PROP M DAWSON HUGHES Lan casters next city fudge wu hero a short whllo yesterday Ho was return lag from Crab Orchard Tim Louisville Times says that Mlia Jean Buchanan of Crab Orchard was one of a party that occupied Mr W N Halderaans box at tho horse sho MRS ROBERT J LYIES of Naa ville attended the burial of Mrs Jag Wt Allen at Hustonvlllo She will j spend several days with her slat ere hero MR WILLIAM DOOLEY wife and daughter Miss Llda Mrs Susan Doo allfof lo t WrayA BASTIN of Lancaster and Jim Marot of Mt Vernon tbo telephone moo aro In Owenaboro this week nt tending the meeting of Independent Telopono promoterse PlttsbuIurn rg camo answer a nut stating that thcr stepmother and aunt Mrs F W Dllllon was dead PitOF BJ PINKEUTON was sum mooed by telegraph to Uarrodsburg conduct the funeral services of Mr D M Bowman ono of tho oldest and moat highly respected citizens of Mercer county con thanks are duo Mr W T Mer for ah Invitation to the public In JImeo of officers of Catarau pus Tribe No 30 Red Men at Llvinge Oct 8 A big supper will follow I exercises MRS GEORGE 11 FARRIS doe been quite sick Miss KATHEIUNE ALCORV of Hus SallieMRS T OCURRAK and Mlas Rose visitingt4olrbrothor LoolIIImother Mrs Susan Cooper to this place LOCALS THREE standard sowing machines for solo at coat Withers Furniture Co JUDGE SAUFLEY Is bold ol a special term of the Doyle circuit court to try some equity cases ItPENSIONS Kate and Mollie Glvens securedrpensions of each Tim registration Danville showed a democratic Rain of nearly ISO voLeIDully for Little Britain Tine residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton II for rent Apply at this oalcoKMA liWRAY Is putting In IOOR distance Instruments on tho Kings vllle route The lino Is being other wise Improved blot EDFred ElchenborRcr the b biseaoffice In the Commercial Hotel THREE burials In two daps and woof them the same afternoon Is tbo red Old for the Hustonvllle Cemetery Tues day and Wednesday Verily In the midst of life wo aro In death l A COLORED excursion will bo run om Lancaster to Loulivlllo Sunday week Mlh It will bavo a coach fo white people and will leave Stanford 20 A M The taro irlll bo II 60 for tho round trip Tilt membora ofthoBaptist Ladles Aid Society era urged to be present at attorooonn at of Importance la dbonyBHTTin old of Mr end Mrs WB Dllllon died at Livingston Wednesday of scarlet later which went Into pneumonia She was an unusually bright llltlo girl and he parents and grandparents are crushed at her untimely death She was granddaughter of Mrs Bottle Broad dos of this county Tbo remains weroi Interred at Crab Orchard yesterday TUB following gentlemen aspire to servo Stanford for tho next term be ginning Jao1 Judge W It Carson police judge A B Florence mayor and M D Elmore Cicero Reynolds J F Peyton P Straub Jr J M Alver rsonTbo gentlemen will compose the cltl zone ticket which will appear on tb halloo under a pair of scales Thor are a half dozen candidates for mar shal Including too present Incumbent O J Nowland R T Lewis and Sid Myers SO tar as wo are ablo to gather tbo democracy of Lincoln county I united once more and determined to elect admirable ticket which files at o meet head There Is not a roan ufwn It who does sot merit and command tbo respect of every voter in too county On the other band the republicans hopelessly divided Their ticket Is not satisfactory to any large number of them and chase who Rive it their sup port will do ao from force of habit and to keep In lino Tbo ticket Is not ono which compote admiration On tbo contrary It is rather an omnium path arum of moo respectable In their sphere hut out of their element In as pining for tho olllcca they do Wit h sucn a ticket and with atfcb a division tbo success of the democratic tick scams assured beyond pcradventure and if the democrats will make It a point to go to tbo polls and vote and dofeat0 better element of tbo people and good local government alono can coino from girdbon to countytorCOOPER Mrs Susan Cooper moth er of Mr George B Cooper died near Bloomington Ill Monday afternoon after a protracted illness aged 71 The remains arrived hero Wednesday and wore taken to Hustonvlllo and Interred in the cemetery thorn after remarks at tho grave by Rev S M Rankin Mrs Cooper was the widow of George B Cooper Sr who preceded her to the grave some 20 years She hall boas a member of tho Presbyterian church n half century and was In all her walks of life an exemplary Christian A de voted mother sbo loved her children dearly and was never happier than when with her son here who sbo al most worshipped Mrs Cooper w deet0came desire to como to Thompslos Sho was too fcoblo to make the trip though and waa deprived of the pleasure of seeing her son again She was a great sufferer and death must have beet a odlyUfewhile her children and relatives sorrow over their loss they fully realize Mrs mothther n did example be emulated i 1 FOR school boes go to J P Jones I a SeverancoLARGE aortmrof presents at Embry 3k Englemans SFE Higgins McKlnney before selling your millet seed STOCK singleend barrel shotgunsJust In Craig k Hocker tiesellRoyal Silk Plush Underwear Severance Sons WE have extra values this season In underwear sad hosiery J P Jones ZeIJtlerlSons WE thebest hoesmade for PJonesSEE our now IInof heating and coqk DrlrbtJrATTEND the sale of the effects of the js1cinney Stamp5cosolutely free John P Jones CQurlerJouroalg three ono year for I21C We have plenty of all kinds of feed such as hay coro oats and sblpstuff Cheap for cash J H Baugbman k CareTHE snake story printed In our Hub blo letter Is going the rounds of the CorrespondeoLlIammood goalit no regard for tbo law Tho bird law does sot expire until Nov 15th and tho roan who breaks It should bo punished as severely as the ono who disregards any otber law DEATHS IN CASBY Mrs Uriah Ellis of the Powers section died Mon allot a lingering clines atcon sumption James Murphy aged 31 of the same neighborhood tiled too day MurphylefL iluetnorus Mary bentagoes the goat Is sure to went He followed her to school ono day It made hoe hot as tire for she had gone there on her wheel and billy ate the tire ntiEN1ose knew her but to love her none named her but In praise now lilting these lines are of tbo life of Mrs James W Allen who Into the great beyond Tuesday consolec s was Itself and with a pleasant word for all Mrs AN lens short life was tilled with deeds of kindness that made the world the bet Havlolknownthe wrltarcao testify to tbo sterling qualities of this mot excellent woman and In her death ho lease a friend who was friend In deed and in truth Join earlylifeof the meTSk acd lowly Nazarlne and reher good work In church circles will bo remembered for years to come She toyed bcrchurch and was scarcely over absent from Ite services until her health failed her At homo sbo was u most affectionate wife and devoted and In dulgcnt mother Her husband and little eon were ever foremost In her thoughts and her happiest momea were tyient In doing that which woo add to their pleasure While It was getIIwas Tbo writer took supper at her homo the evening boforo she tiled and she promIsotbo future and made plans that unfor tunatoly for those who survive her wilt never be carried out During her ness and at times her sufferings wore very great no murmur escaped her beauLltulasILciao spirit that few people possess gravobypastor and who know her so well talk was a moat touching and app prince ono and but for a lack of space would bo printed in full Wo deep sympathize with the husband and son who euffor such an Irreparable loss but trust that they will soon rcalua t4 their loss Is her eternal gain May God In his goodness watch over the son who will sever know a mothers loss and so guide his footsteps In as to meet his sepal mother In the land eqmtonil brothers and sis tare who have doss so much for t comfort of the daughter and sister A large crowd of friends gathorcdat Hus tonvlllo Cemetery Wednesday after noon to witness the lost sad rites and as the body of Mrs Jennie Reid Allen was lowered Into mother earth sobbl everyheartl 1 Y NEW Goods Severance SoosIWINTER Lap robes at J Clarys SCHOOL books and school supplies at Craig A Hookers NEW Cream of Wheat and Oat Meal JohirBrlghl Jr S Co FIFTEEN different styles of material for walking skirts Severance Sons I WILL have my fall and winter opening Tuesday next dth Miss A E Phillips TIIIRTY TWO varieties of assorted sixes in cooking and heating stores Look at our line before you buy Goo H FarrfsCo Tins got out orCummins k McClary a lot of 30x44 bills advertising a special run on clothing and shoes They are selling these two staples mighty cheap now JudjteCJames N Saunders fired four shots at burglar who entered her house In her husbands absence DiLLION Mrs Crockett Dllllon of Crab Orchard widow of F W Dllllon died hero Wednesday night agtd about 55 She came here for treatment and her death was due to heart disease She was the second wire of Mr Dllllon and no children survive them but she leaves several children by her first bus band Including Miss Ora Wllmore of Nlcbolasvllle Mrs Dllllon was a good woman a strict member of the Cbrls clan church and had many friends who sorrow over her sudden death The main will bo taken to Nlcholasvillo today for Interm- entTPUBLIC SALE Of Stock and Crop I will salt at public auction nt the John D Carpenter plan two miles from Huston vlllo on the Mlddlebarg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 1901 The following described property 30 two pmtr old cattle M yearling cattle lot milk ease tour of them registered Jerseys ono p lrST arolllllhand work mules ono yearhlljbempInhold and kitchen furniture almost new In eluding nlco sideboard and extension table Lot farming Implements In good shape 3 Shorse wagons lborowauon liar nOH horse power and feed cutter Terms made known on day of stile LIMES L YANT1S Hustonvllle Ky KentuckysI Great Trots- LEXINGTON KY OCTOBER S TO ISI- urecJ Matches Specials STAKES 12000000 THE WORLDS BEST RACES 110000 Kentucky Futurity Tuesday Oct Abbott30000 Boralma match Wednesday Oct 10000 Transylvania Thursday Oct 10 15000 futurity Friday Oct 11 10000 Louisville Prize Monday Oct 14 Big Stakes Dally All the Crack Horses Grand Concerts onIdAll Railroads PUBLIC SALE I Land Stock Crop Household Goods Having decided to go West we will sell at ubltc auction mile north ofthePurocrevll urnorsvllle on e and June tlon City plko on TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 My farm containing acres of land well Improved with good dwelling with ilx roms cistern at tho door plenty of last- Ing water on farm good barn 40x50 gran ary buggyhouse and all necessary 1m rovemoote In good repair good fencing cutAH mile of church school postolHco an store In good neighborhood and one of th Personaltyla cldlC0silo mare 9 pcar old Chester Dare stud wetYk die horses years old 1pear old mare mule well broke 931100 pound fat cattle 7 milk cows and calves yearling steers atsteer calves 40 fat hogs 15 stock hogs a sows and pigs nlco Ilerkshlra boar shoots 7tie3liorse wagons 2 buckboards sprln setIfoploy gene 200 Rarretl Plymouth antipof sorghum 60 bushels wheat some stile millet and timothy hay 1000 shocks fodder meadohoa Carter for tho 1002 and J good stand grass At same tIme anti place will lent some grass on McCarty farm for balance nt 1001 Same of the above corn rudder hay- etc ls on tlio McUurty farm anyone wishing to sec same before sale cull on A D Root Turnonvllle Terms All sums 610 and under cash over that amount AuctrY0 LESLIE OAUtER k A D ROOT A None BetterF- EW AS GOOD Hanan Shoe 5 to 6 Eclipse 3 to r= r C350Be E School Shoes Are the best medium priced Goods made It will pay you to try them JOIN P JONES StJHlffOd Without Preliminaries We will toll you what we have Heavy Goods For Walking Skirts All wool 10 inch homespun 43c yard yardj64Inch black Kersey 250 yard New Dress trimmings new corduroys for waists 45c new tinted velvets for waists now French flannels for waists new silks for waists xReadyMade Waists and Skirts We have put in a line of above goods from one of the best factories and they have the right set and fit to them Let us show you these new goods in all the lines we ca- rrySeverance Sons FREE S FREE Dont fan to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers anyMerchsatA 5 PER CENT SCRIPT DOLLARelation are the most wide awake and seep the best stocks of goods and their priees are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTOX Proprietor FINE PRINTING ShoesPennysW W Withers Furniture Carpets o Higgins McKinneyGroceries Hardware and Implements FurnisherMissR E L Simms Coal Dealer JewelerJState College of Kentucky KentuckyulIersAgricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal CivilEngineeringmastersdegreeinstructorsCOUNTYten traveling expenses comiirchensiverThe last Legislature appropriated 130000 for a college home for young menMilitaryby Con press YOBItlonsupplya was 620 regardingYPresidenlFallGet Rich I Others have done so why cant you Deposit hyourmoney with the COsOF LEXINGTON KY Where itjwlll be safe and increase SleepAJESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent i lTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL t Entered nine pottoffice at Stanford at econdclait matter 1hatr7lhaxuaewj aLmS3Txldil L1 1 PER YEAR CASH srWhen not sopsldmaOO will bechsrged KNOXVILL1 DIVISION 24 Train going North MMIt a m IIM 2 a is t 25 amuFor alllFolnts J KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoZJ ArrrlTtii it Stanford it 1M No 21 LMTC Stanford tt 2 10 A X No21 ArrlleaatRowlandal1200 DL No21lAaTM Stanford a 2JO r H A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgina dr McKlnneys Ston Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoSitxnoy E Mate and keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal Rran Chic eo Feed Ac Prices very reasonable CUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kenned LIVERY STABLE SW BURKE A SDNPrrjr JUNCTION CITY KZ FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKI Horses and Mutes constantly on hand and for sale at all times W LoganVoodlo1anager H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FAR1l FOR SALe 1 Containing 183 acres two miles south of McKlnnny on Mlddleburg 175 acre under fence und 165 ucrcs cleared has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S MOHLEV McKinney Ky Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100000 essor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Compaa and under same management continuously tor 85 Years Solicits Your Bank Account Hoping such butlnesi relations will prove mntua Ijr IwaeUcUl and pleu- Dimerous sPaxton JdOwilr Sr JN Mnefes A w carpeoter WlI Cumm J E Lynn SlI Shank J F Cub J 1 Onltt OFFICERS IH Shanks President J DOwsle W MDrlrht Aut Cub p FIRST NATIONAL BANK f OF STANFORD KY alplt l Stock 150000 Sorplui 110000 i This Insthutlon originally established u the pctltBank SUnford In 1835 then reorganised si tht National flank ofSUalord Id 1863 and agalt National Dank Stanford feorganlredastheFirst n IS32 has had an uninterrupted exist incsfor 41 years It la better supplied now wltl facilities for transacting business promptly and i rally than enr before In Its long and bonoiab career Accounts ot Indlrlduali fiduciaries lid v oimcToat F BeW Ltocaln 001 JW Uayden Stanfo- rTllarrlit H Baugumsn 1iJSRocker II TF DUI i WF Walton II W A TrlbblII t JUColllorCrab Orehd Jas Robinson Hubble MbElmor 8tinforil f orrl u- aIHodr President J J McBobtrti Cathie Painting Repairinga I am prepared to paint buggy carriage or wagon In flrstclalutyle1 Experienced men to do It and work teed You can have your old vehicle madeI new for very little money 111 Stanford IyI A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflesowMcBobsrUDrnif Store In the Oirsley g ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fBRIC I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the Itroundlllresent a appearance Quests Iven wIllingat tention Rates Adults S3 per week cblll dren under 12 years of age 13 Sot horses 1350 week further Intormatlor apply toW M VAPOUAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asaph Hotel Stan ford Oct S3 and 21 examined and glasses sclentlScally adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PROPRIETOR 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 furnish the best o- fFlour Moat Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give the best ts Dont me but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Iror Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATH1STS Will be In Dsnrllle Mondays Wednesdays and FriJip Will be In Stanford Tu lsys Thundsya and Saturday Office In the Pennlagton HullJlnglSUnforJOf See hours 8 to 12L w1 to r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of KliktTllle Mo depends on the of Anatomy and noorubbing- no lulls drug It no faith no surgical operations and claims hlng super natdrsl views men as a machine of so many- partslfakeynofal adjustment When all are and not bealtbI the result Some of the disease treated by us Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Khrumalfsm CatarrbJWeak Eye Granulated Llur Lung Dlieaws Constipation Plies Gallstones Enlarged Proeuste alt Ktoin and sad JSnu Sploal CuaturelDlllocatlan8tllr Jolotl AfarParalviti la Femals Disease a specialty Consultation Free J+ GMcGbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 8sO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS awn DUUU IK Furniture Mattings Rug8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY INEW TEStin the mining in Oopklns county Fire at Alton III caused a loss of half amllllon dollars lBooker Faulkner of Allen county was kicked by a mUleIThomas Britton Fayette county horseman isdead 75 agedI Seventeen lives were lost as suit ofa fire in a mine In British lumbla A crooked banjc cashier nfRuthlat Vt was sentenced to 11 years Imp sonmcnt James Brady who assaulted a fivo yearold child at Helena Mont WBS hanged by a mobIfatalIIyminers with the coal operators of tho Cincinnati Southern coal district Caleb Powers was removed from tbe Frankfort jail to Georgetown wbere his trial will be called next week W L Spears a Lexington driver had a leI broken while working Jay McGroapor a Futurity candidate Throe hundred and fifty telephone linemen and line repairers went on a strike at Chicago for higher wages The Interstate fair at Louisville wl close Saturday Unless the atteudanc Improves there will be a big deficit- E B Harriman has been elected president of toe Southern Pacific to succeed Charles H Hays who has re signedArthur G Sharpley of Lexlnetoc has been made a let lieutenant In the regular army and assigned to the 12tl cavalryWilliam R Steele a prominent citizen of Princeton Ind was crushed to death by a falling monument at his wifes grave Miss Alice Roosevelt the prcsldcnti li year oid daughter will be the fire White House debutante since MIsi Nellie Grant A number of cranks have written to Gov Odell of New York asking thai Czolgoiz sentence be commuted tc life Imprisonment A New York man died and wlllec 21000 to be divided equally among 871 cousins Fortythree lawyers are In wrested In the case Nonunion miners employed by thi ampere mines In Christian county were iced upon from ambush and one of hem warf serloullywounded Theodore Hallam and James W Ter rill Jr Covlngton lawyers have sued Col John H Whallen for 0200 claimed to be due for legal services William Haggard of Winchester ound on his doorstep a cash box stolen some time ago The contents 885 ID lash notes and personal checks were intouchcd The Bulgarian brigands who carried off Miss Stone the American mission ary fixed Oct 8 ae the limit of time for tbo payment of the ransom demanded for her release The president has appointed Marlon n Wllholt of Nlcholasvlllc to be second lieutenant of artillery and Fred G Cellond of Louisville to be second lieutenant of Infantry At the Kentucky Telephone Aseocta tlon at Owensboro H V Bishop of lynthlana was elected president HI K Colt Owonsboro vice president and James Maret of Mt Vernon secretary and treasurer Alfred Florlntz a traveling salesman for a picture enlarging concern was run out of Owonsboro for denouncing tbe conviction of Czolgoaz Ho was taken to the depot In an omnibus by a small crowd put aboard a train for the West and warned never to return A mob forcibly entered the jail at bolbyvllle seized Jlmbo Fields and Clarence Garnett Negro boys and rung them from the C do O railroad trestle near the depot Tbo boys were charged with stoning to death Will Hart a printer about 10 days ago WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers manthat 1- 1the order of a womans preferences Jcw- cis form a magnet of mlghtv power to- the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health Is often ruined In- tbe strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem Ihen let bet fortify herself against the siduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Botchees German It- will promptly arrest consumption in its early fitagea heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread sense from the system It is not a ireall hut1t is a certain cure for coushs colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr 0 G Gieens reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store OctI Greens Special Almanac At the request of Arthur Goebol Gov Durbin of Indiana postponed his refusal to honor requisitions for the returnof Taylor and Finley to Ken tucky for trial and at the further re quest of Mr Goebel he has consented to read all the records In the case In- tbo previous trials of the men accused of the Goebel murder It is still be- lIevcd in Indianapolis that Gov Dur- bin will refuse Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Craig A ockors drug store They are easier to- take and more pleasant in effect than lillll Then their use is not followed by nstipation as if often the case with pills Regular size 23o per box sc Jo the largo equestrian statue oroen Robert E Lee In Richmond Va wall discovered hundreds of pounds of hon ey Both the horse and rider arc hol low and for months bees have been o ing In and out at thb parted lips and nostrils of the horse and rider We have seen the frail infant when tho faint struggle for existence seemed 11Wsl ended resuscitated antI made strong b the wo of WHITES CKEAM YJnm FUGE Price 2 cents For sale at Pennys Drug Store The jury in the case of Mack Yountf JemlmalHallinvllle on a change of venue returned aI penitentiaryI A stitch ip time eavesnlao and a dose of lULLAHDS HOUEHOUNDS nut at the beginning of a cold will Ino OUt many weary hours and even days of distressing and harassing cough Irlce 25 and 60 cents For silo at Pennys Emma Goldman promised to deliver In Chicago last night tho speech credo lied with inspiring Czolgosz to kill Mc- KInley Sbe says she wanta to let tbe public judge for themselves If the speech Is incendiary Trotting meeting Lexington Oct 818 Low rAte one fare round trip via Q C Route dhlly from all polnu in Kentucky Ask ticket agents for particulars r Unknown men Urtdln o the homes of the non union miner at Empire Mine in Christian county ono miner Albci Burtor being faulIywounded r There Is more CtUrrh In this section of tb csuntrr thin otktrvilwasM put together and few irs was to be In and JoclonrroaoueurItand by constantly Islllnc to curs with such mnt prcaoaanJ It tocursbl SelenllreU proteu cUrrh to a canttltutlonal dlirase ha nfor rt iltuilonsliiMitaent 1111 CiUrrh Cure mlnufcur1 J Ch n7 Do Toleilo Ohio Ii the onlyeonstiutlonal cur on the market It Is Liken dos rein l0drops to a It Ita tererllJ on the blood and muroueuncceoltheeyelm Toe tferoo8 hundred dollars for say Iue t to run B nd lor aDd tMtlmonUls Addmc FJCUESEkaWToledo0S- old by druggist r5e italic Family li13 sic the led GREAT BARGAINS 1 THIS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In tJro loltnes store near the railroad on Often helm pike for tho purpose of giving you people the worth of your money wll ilwuyg tlnd bargains at my store I am oiling secopd hand Clothing equal to new also new Clothing and Gents Puralshlnj oodn Fine Shoes flab Cap etc Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I gho you u Invitation to visit tbe Cincinnati Ilargnln Store CrJI and tea me shed you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morrl I reda Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at irlces It sold at theHxehance CINCINNATI IIM10AIN STORE M REISER Inoiu AT COST FOR CASH Stock of General Merchandise Of W R Minor of Moreland on tbe Cincinnati Southern lUllrond has been assigned to moa trustee It consists of Dry Goods Clothing Groceries Winter Hoots and Shoes lint Cats hard were Queenswuro etc All staple goods I will sell the stock as u whole to auyone ON REASONABLE TERMS who wishes to enter the dry goods trade Tho house can bo rented upon easy terms EDWARD ALCORN Trustee Of W R Minor Hustouvllle Ky FARM FOR RENT yearorlonger For rent for a the Ed ward McCarty farm of 317 ACRES l Three and onehalf miles from Stanford on Hinging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL arrtll Bldg Lexington Ky ADMINISTRATORS SALEad- ministratorAI of the estate of J W Olv ens decd I will on RIDAY OCTOBER 4 1901 At Ids late residence near McKinney Iy- lell at public auction to the the following property I old 2 Oyearolu jacks wcllbredi 10 Jennets six of them In foal by good jacks one combined mare Nellie Gray her colt by Ireston13yearoldstallion out of Nellie Or a Denmark horse ono sorrel mare and colts gray mare 10 years old bay maro 1 buggy t buckboard I horse cllr- per about 100 bushels wheat acrcs of corn one lot of sugar cano and lot of farming Implements t Terms A credit ot three months on note- with good security payable In bank bear- log Interest from day of auto for nil Huml- ovcr 810 For all sums of 810 und under casb KDWAItl ALCOItN Admr FARM FOR SALE acres milesrm of from llns toflvllle on Moreland Station and Carpen terl Station pike also a good grist mill- Vlth good traction engine sell rea honablr Apply to JOHN DINWIDDIE 1m HustonvUle Ky FARM FOR SALES A farm of 100 acres known as the Joe hits In farm two miles oust of Highland for- ale Call on or write to Jacob Dauth Ew- elt Ky for particulars 4 r es r UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an Iteit Selected Stock of Vehicles in Central Kentucky We Have Now In Stock 150 Vehicles MM In Price from 42500 To 5oooo Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and we tell than any homo in Central Kentucky LincolnJfriends especial look stock Wt Claim to stall lugglis For List Some people Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville Stafford Female College Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladle Has all the grade of the best city graniniartichooU and In addition the full regu lar courses of study of the best female colleges In the State Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Instruction In all departments by competent and experienced teachers The next annual session will open Monday September 2d Tuition fees range from 10to 123 per term of weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For catalogue address E T SINKERrONePrim a Stanford IcyY- ou coolduM an extra lOcket book to hold the money you zero In buying here now Our vast stock la bound to shrink In proportion to prices a few short months more and the RACKET STORE The Cheapest In Stanford Will be Never will the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties have the- oppurtunityofbuyiegsuch lilgn grade overcoats Loot shoos jackets com forty hats caps mens boys and childrens clolhiug un linens etc at such a sacrifice derwear of kinds yarn dress goods rubbers Come and pick whit like while those greet bargains lau For Sale House and lot on Main street lotMxlJO lumber 12 and 14 foot oak boxing horse cow surrey and spring wagon The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprlotor Lamps 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE FARRIS CO- p In Exchange Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Wheat c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanfordr PUBLIE SALE I will soil at unction at my place one mile north of Taint Lick Thursday October 17th 1901l- lcelniilng at 10 a m the following proper 2 6 and 0 years old 4year combined 15 mules 12 ntd 3 olds aged mulolllO harness year arid horses ao fresh milk cows all bred to thoroughbred bulls I thoroughbred registered Hereford bull is tacks hays crop of corn In the field rnlsofodrton large lot farming all to be without reserve For further particulars call on H E Sullea DauTlln Ky known on day of sale MI13 E H Paint Lick Ky T D English Anctr on a smaller Our County aro ly Invited to our over t CO our all In to mnko room for our Fall lamps we otTer the iolluw lug to cio e r H We Will Take For Corn Oats Hay Rye Stock Crop otc Iiyon stallion alsoseveral hereford shucked implements BALLAUD 1 margin Than order PUBLIC SALE Sank Stools And Livo Stock DWeatherfprdthe Liberty pike of a mile from UtOD vlllo ut oclock sharp on SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 Thn following property 55 shares of stock In tho Uu tonvllJ6 National lank pair of good work mutes pair Sycarold mare mules 14 high grade cows and calves 7 byIdisc harrow cultivator plows 1 2borse jtoodrelalrmadeknownJ 0 WEATHEHFOUD Admr t 4- 1n r r