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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i l SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i hVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TEUSDAY OCTOBER 8 1901 9AM NO 63 ii Jl MIDDLEBURG The tobacco crop just housed la the bOlt ID years- Farmor aro buy cutting corn and making sorghum Too sorghum yield I good Tao fight corn crop DecoI k tatee tho saving of much provender c J W Short has moved Into the Sbort cottage on Race street J JII Short Sr formerly proprietor of lr Yosemite Hotel ban moved Into the Coffey house YoomltoIUal cruel crimp only bavo delayed his unwclcomo visit a few DlarbtlI the pumpkin crop which li late would have been laved Wo will now baeI to fall back on dried applet of which ItI s come Casey can supply her part The holiness meeting continues AtI Liberty a great deal of Intorcit It be- Ing taken and toveral hue already professed sancllflcnllon The meetings are conducted by Roy Johnson being ably atsltud by three other brother Mill Mines Swopo It very tick with scarlet fever Arthur Irate U poorly ti at this writing Albert Dattln who wasp badly cut a row weeks ago It going around Llttlo Stolla Jonet vory tick fear being entertained that the has fever Uncle Klltba GJtford continues poorly Rev Harlo D Slutmt lectured to the school Friday morning on Geography t a subject of which bo la moot compe tent to treat having teen the greater part of this sphere at It It Ho will deliver a lecture at tbo Rocky Ford Uaptltt church Monday night bit tub ject being China and Confuoianltm v Tho past few days have been very cool especially to to the writer whose bloo4 hat been thinned by tropic scr vice Wo tU by the fire In house and hug the sun while out This morning Saturday old Jack Frost was contplo uou by bit pretence on house top and fence the first of the boar wo have seen since March of 09 Mot corn It tuUIclcnily matured at to be un harmed though there It considerable late corn throughout the country that IolppldTbo of meetings which have been going on at the Hapilit church will come to a close Sunday night Saturday WM children day sod Sunday was un all day service There have been 52 addition to dato Daptlxlng took place Sunday evening There are tea abler divine In the whole country than Roy Slmmi who being a learned man and a forcible speaker It food of work and very portoverlng Needle to ray tbo power of his in fluence will be felt throughout this soc lion for all time to como Mrt Uriah EIIIa highly respected and a most estimable lady died Mon- dayI at her homo near Powcrt after a lingering Illness of consumption aged r5 year Deceased had been a devot ed member of tbo Baptist church for two score years tier motto In life had heento give and while struggling on t her doath bod she called her children to the bedside and gave to each of them presents A loving husband three sonS and two daughters are left to mourn her death Interment took place Tuesday after a beautiful funer at discourse by her beloved pastor Rev W It Davidson Dy a perusal of Gen Cballee roo ports to tbo war department and late press dispatches It would teem that the 1wily Inturrecto It tttll much In evi dence In the far off Philippine We remember very dltllnstlv tbo report of Gen Otis In tbo summer of 00 to the effect that the war was at an end In fact he made weekly report to this cllect This was before the miiui had over teen the islands yet during the period we wore serving Uncle Sam In the Pblllpplnet there wore something over 2MX engagements of which over 1000 engagements or clashes between Inturgontt and our troops took place while Gen MaoArthur was at the helm and by late reports it seems that Gen Chalice In having his share of trouble with our treacherous Malay brethren Truly ilLs IilasFlllplnat aro a bunch 0or trouble on the American horizon of which mere drifts of clouds can nover dispel We note that martial law has ben declared In districts that bad for merly been given olvll government notably Tayabas and Batangas pro vinces of Luzon and portions of the Southern Islands whero a continuous guerrilla warfare and reign of terror exists Dui peace will be restored In 0 time and at any cost It teems lhat the Ignorant and misguided natives who have learned of tbo assassination of the president but who are us yet unacquainted with the facts are labor jug under the delusion that the United States Is in tho tbroea of revolution I nod annraby Senator George T FurrIs of Lao castor who has so ably represented this tho 18th Senatorial district In our State Legislature for the past four years has been down hero in tbo Casey hills the pint week whooping up the boys and repairing his political fences I Mr Farris Is sanguine of success and says the will of the Casey democracy renders the verdict Ho does not mean by this that ho hopes to carry Caeoyno not at all but If be can only the full party strength ho is a wloDerI When asked at to tbo outlook In tbo up per trio of counties bo spoke most en couragingly and assured us that Boyle Lincoln and Garrard were with him and he confidently expected to carry each of them It would then teem ye democrats of old Casey of whom more loyal caste never breathed that your brow rests the verdict and which may decide the tucccttor to the shoes of Deboe and ultimately the po litical complexion of the Upper house our National Congress al Washington four years hence Who knows but the suffrage of Catoy at the coming election might play such a prominent part In tbu revolution of party politics In the great National political arena 1 et while such It not probable Ie nev ertheless potttblo While tbero may be a little apathy and dlssattifdctlon Ullng In local county allalrif thorn It absolutely no grounds for any to exist in the Senatorial affair Mr Cochran his opponent U a Casey boy and very nloa gentleman personally but bo is not a fit man to represent us politi calland while It would naturally be expected that ho would poll his party V strength In this county al least vet Casey county democrats can and must do their duty though In tbo minority by fasting their suffrage for the One who stood by them to nobly and hero- Ically In the stormy session at Frankfort what the Taylor hoodlums and mountain desperadoes bad surrounded our capital declared martial law and created a general reign of terror try Ing to rule with tbo force of the baronet If tbo democrats only realized tbo Importance that attaches to the reelection of Senator Furrlt Brer Cochran would bo burlrd under such an avalanche of ballots that wu could look to with pride and our party signally honored 00 In Loving Remembrance of Miss Ella Singleton The melancholy Intelligence of EII la death has grieved her loving friends and associates more than can bo uxpre led and the sympathy of the community with her dear moth er brothers and titter Truly wo live In a world where trying shadows nro continually falling upon our path yet shadows that teach ut tho insecurity of all temporal blotting and warn ut thus hero Tbero Is no abiding utay We have however the blessed satisfaction of knowing that death eGO not enter that sphere to which the departed was removed Kilo Is gone and wo are go log ami will not long boseparatodfrom her And while the suffered wo who bad loved her seemed almost to see the shining aureate around her noble bead We felt that near us In the unseen light Heavens gates stood open yet behind her tread Mother broth era sisters her lose to you Is great but I feel that she has goon homo to become opts of tlip Fathers Jewel wherein Is eternal peace and frcodom from pain She awaits a Joyful reun ion with you alt and many other friends loft behind Silence on the grave out yonder Silence round tbo empty chair Silence In our hearts Oh Ella Like the silence of a prayer Out the answer cometh ever From the grave beneath the sod There It spring without the winter Where the May flowera always nod Miss EVA CALDWELL BTKIOKEN wmi PARALYSIS Henderson Grime of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and com pletely lost the mo of one arm and one side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely cured Geo II McDonald Man Logan County W Va Several other very icmarkablo cures ot partial paralysis have been effected by tho use of this liniment It is most wide ly known however as a cure for rheu matlim sprains and bruises For sale by Craig Ilockor Druggists The total number of copies of news papers printed throughout the world in one year Is estimated at 12000000000 To print these requires 781200 tons o paper The oldest newspaper Is said to bo the KlnPau of Pekln which has been published continually for over 1 000 years ratA WORD TO TRAVELERS The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bot tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholcin and Diarrhoea Remedy For solo by Craig locker Druggists The Doyle County Sunday School Executive Committee met and elected Prof W C Grlnstcad president tapCharles Caldwell of Doyle acid to Simon Welhl ot Lexington 75 1400 pound cattle at 5tc LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Sam Cochran sold to Deazlsy I3ro some nowicorn at 82 J N Moncfoe told to M J Farris 20 1100uound cattle at 3Jc- McAllisters Dr Monlcal won a good race at Evantvlllo Ind last week Doralma and The Abbott will try conclusions at Lexington tomorrow Matt Cohen of Richmond sold 20 horses in Now York City at 8500 to 81000S Durdett of Doyle has rented tbo Uorace Withers place on Lancas ter pike Good seed wheat for sale See sam plo at Carson it Pences W Y Cur ray Hubble I The owner of Cresceut the King of tbo Turf carries a 810000 accldrfbl policy on him The horse which was stolen from Chat Hahn of Rockcasile last winter has been found in Cincinnati- J D Uaggln of Fayetto county It reported to bun 000 acres of corn that will average 15 barrels to tbo acre Joe Mcbarey of Waxebachlc Texas has purchased of FT Logan of Doyle his floe stallion Ilarrlgee for 81000 Dr J D Owslcy sold to J Fleece Robinson of Lancaster 250 barrels of new corn In the Held unshucked at 8250 E A Wayne bought the Tbos D Spauldlng farm of 132 acres three mites from Lebanon on the Carapbellt vlile pike for 85050 Rev John Bruce has sold his fine farm on tho Lancaster pike about three miles from Danville to Mr Al len of Lancaster for 80000 Dan Peed shipped Thursday 30 hogsheads of tobacco to England for King Edward subjects Do received 131 cents lor ItParll Kentuckian At the sale of tho effects of the late James Walker Given Friday horses brought 825 to 8100 Jennet 810 to 805 jacks 850 to 8225 corn 82 In the Hold A fair crowd was present The monthly crop report of Commis sioner of Agriculture Nail shows a gen oral Improvement In crops In all parts the State during September The most marked advance was in tobacco and hemp Late corn lost slightly Col Jordan P Chandler who cried R U ft W A Peltua1 sale sends us the following report Horses 818 to 160 pair mules tiM cows 819 to 825 suck ling calves 812 to 818 yearlings 825 heifers 811 lo 816 sheep 81 05 to 8230 hOI1t to 5 00 hay 80 to 810 new corn 8260 to 8200 Harry Hamlln In a telegram to SooI retary Wilton of tbo Kentucky Trot ting Norse Breeders Association de dined Thomas W Lawsons second proposition to race Doralma against Lord Derby for 810000 a side but stat ed that the horse would be sent against his own record during the Lexington meeting The old Ashland Stake to bo raced on Monday Oct 14 the sixth day of the great Lexington trots of October 8 to 18 has Its namo changed to the McDowell Stake in honor of tho late MaJ McDowell and will this year be a very sensational race Dolly Dllllon 207 Onward Sliver 203 Toggles 2001 Georgcanna 2001 Miss Sllgo 2101 etc are In tbo field What a race It will be MATRIMONIAL Joshua forcing Sr and Miss Nancy Treadway were married at Orlando Rockcattlo county Miss Helen Morton daughter of Levi P Morton was married to Count Doa on do Perlgord at Chelsea John Brown and Miss Maudo Drown of the Marcisburg section of Rockcat tic eloped to Jelllco and were married Senator Chauncoy Dcpow admits that ho Is soon to take a bride In the person of Miss May Palmer of New York City James Sutton of Indiana who re Gently wrote The Ups and Downs of a Young Married Man has been given a divorce from his fourth wife Ho an nounces ho will marry again His next book had bettor be The Ins and Outs ot Married Life In anaemia and most womens ailments the digestion is weak tho making of col lor flesh and strength out of food Is Im perfect to that the patient Is weak wan nervous and dyspeptic This condition can be corrected by taking a course o j HWIBINE 1rlco 60c For sale at Pennys Drug StoreS a Although tbo Shamrock crossed t6 finish line a few seconds ahead of tbo Columbia Friday the Defender won the taco on time allowance making tit o Americas boat the victor of 1001 and keeping the cup on this side of iho ocean Corn buskers sprained wrists bathed wire cuts burns bruises severe lacerations and external injuries or any kind are promptly and happily cured by ape plying BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 23o nnd 60c For sale nt Pennys I LANCASTER Mary Denny colored was arrested Sunday night and lodged In jail on tbeI charge ofdrunbenness Dr J M Acton assisted by Dr Kin nalrd successfully removed a bullet from James Clarks thigh which was shot there 31 years ago Clark Ie get ting along nicely Dr Walker of Manse Dee James G Carpenter and E J Drown of Stanford and all of our physicians attended the Garrard County Medical Socie ty al Dryantsvllle last Friday FOK RESTIn Lancaster u house of 10 rooms garBon and stable Centrally located and well suited for a board rag house For reference John M Orand Sib and Jeffertuo Streets Waco Texas Tae meeltog at ibe Presbyterian church Is progressing nicely Largo crowds are In attendance at both the morning and evening services and some excellent discourses are being delivered by tbe Rev Joe Hopper Tbe programs for the Teachers As sociation to be hold hero on the 20tb show that eoino of tbo best talent In tho State wjll take part in the exercis es Dr W C Roberts president of Centre College and Prof W C Grin stead superintendent of city schools Danville will deliver addresses The present bright prospects for democratic success In title county mayI hero a bad effect on our candidates and organizers An overdoieNjf confidence Is a dangerous thing to enter a taco Remember tbe table of the bars anditortoise and run just as If you one more voto Wo cant tell what may happen Fox Lawson shipped to Crawford Co at Cincinnati a mixed car of hogs i and cattle paying 5 to 5io for the hogs Sweeney Morgan bought of George Rubles of Buena Vista 110 lambs at 81 Ho also shipped a car of bogs from Durgln Saturday paying 5 to Sic MrIMorgan has a nice lot of boards shingles for sale cheap Mitt Nora Sanders of McCreary Is tbb guest of Miss Pearl Ross Mr James I White nod family of Mt Vernon will arrive tonight to make title their future home They will occupy tbo house on Water treat vacat ed by Herberllng the florist Miss Minnie Pberlgo has accepted position as operator for the Dastln Telephone Co Miss Salllo Ross Is quite sick An entertainment will be given at Garrard Opera House on Nov 21 under tho auspices of The Lancaster Commercial Club which will bo ono of the most attractive ever given in this city It will consist of now features generally A One violin will be given to tbe winner in a contest of the old fiddlers of tbo country Those desir ing to enter the contest will please send name ot to J H Patterson Mgr In your splendid editorial on the presidents policy toward the South you say that you do not remember a 0Federalministration who has not changed his party affiliations As a rulo this is true but I am requested to submit four exceptions all good friends to you and the INTERIOR JOURNAL They are Joe H Arnold M D and R E Hughes and Capt MlkeSalter Detter democrats never lived Glad to make the correction J Nevin and J M Carter of title county aro trueblues who werent changed by a few months of revenue service Ed A Tribute to Mrs Crockett Dil lion Since tbe organization ot our Chris clan Aid Society at Crab Orchard this is the first lime the chain has been broken but It has pleased our heaven ly father in His divine wisdom to re move from our midst by death our well beloved slater Crockett Dllllon Wo deeply feel our loss for she was ever ready and faithful Iq the discharge ot her duty Al our last meeting before she left homo she was present with her cheerful words and helped finish up the piece of work then on hand But we bow submissively to Him In whoso hoods are the Issues of life and death Our sincere sympathy Is extended to the bereaved family Done by order of the society MRS MAGGIE COVER Pres MRS KATE EGUERT Secy Happiness depends very much on tho condition of the liver and kidnnye Thee lilt of life make but little impression on those whoso digestion is good You car regulate your liver had kidneys with HEROINE and enjoy health and buoy nncy of spirits Price 60c For sale at Pennys Drug Store Gov Durbln of Indiana is said to havo sent an agent to Kentucky to in vestigate the methods of drawing and Impaneling jurorsrS John W Yorkes is on his way from Washington to make a few speeches In this State AA Word About Overcoats Is timely these days We have them In all the new shapes and colors Raglans Yokes Etc We have them for tbe little fellow and for the big fellow Light weight and heavy STORM COATS DRESS COATS We believe wo can please any one whichever style or price may be wanted IT PAYS TO TRADE ATi THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if jonre not satisfied mILLER HIR8GH Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co Clothing Mens suits in regular slims and ex tra sizessingle and double breast Childrens Suits In long and short pants Our stock of little mens suits ages 3 to 8 yrs are simply elegant in 2 3 and 4 piece suits Call and look them over Put money in pocketfor TERMS ARE CASH H J McROBERTS PvFARMER i II ItiMMlINRY HIGGINS McKENNE LLLL Stanfordy 0I1Tllr T WeCare TWWWTWiTWWI TVTrrPeople get more than they ask for wizen they have us fill their prescriptions Tbo public at large is not half so particular as wo are in these matterstWo know that our drugs are both pure and of standard strength We take no chances whatever and nover hesitate to pay tbo cost of making auto Your physician writes a prescription expecting definite results wo see to It that he is not disappointed All prescriptions have careful scien 9 tific compounding and we also make the price righ- tPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky H tU + +++U HZ II I + tli + + 10loi 1011110loi JoI U4I II GO TO W B McRoberts f Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Ito Varnishland VarnishlStains a JZHLUJTTT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket t For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For lieprttentatite i M F NORTH l r For County Judge if JAS P BAILEY i C For County Clerk i I GEO B COOPER i For County Attorney 1 i HARVEY HELM For Gh trill 1j7c M S BAUGHMAN 4 afet t For WMo- riiivV M G REYNOLDS iC For Jailer t r T t Wt J HERRIN chooiSuperintendentr 4 GARLAND SINGLETON 1 FqrMaglstrates J A Dudderar Fred Compton W D Wallin 0 A Smith W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Cotamlulantr tor the 2J District tnblect to the will of the democracy THE LEGISLATIVE RACE HoweverImportant It may be to the x people of any county that the locum bents of those offices which are In I cloieat touch with the peoples affairs should be clean firm and Intelligent men there are times when It Is of paramount Importance that their represen tatives In the Legislature should be In sympathy with their best Interests There are few political annoyances more exasperating to an intelligent constituency than the refusal of a rep resentative either from obstinacy or prejudice or even from honest differ ence of opinion to reflect by his and speech the wishes of those who place him in his position of trust The next session of the Legislature will be of far reaching Importance to the State of Kentucky and It may be side prove to be an efficient factor In shaping the destiny of the country A United States Senator is to be elected to succeed Senator Deboe The eena tor Is making a desperate effort to succeed himself That he will be his own successor If by some mischance the republicans shall have a majority of the Legislature Is admitted by all observant people Tne opposition to him in his own party will count for nothing His illiteracy and natural stupidity will turn out to be a very slight stumbling block Tho administration Is at his back and with the revenue collec tore and their hosts of appointees the postmasters the U S commissioners the referees In bankruptcy and all those who get their government pay through the favor of the admlnlstra tlon and who will in due season toe the mark Deboe Is sureto be the senator if his party shall carry the next General Aeeembly Do the people of Kentucky want this Do the people of Lin coin county want It Mr North the democratic nominee for the Legisla ture Is In thorough accord with the wishes of a pronounced majority of the people of his county In his choice for U S Senator He will reflect and represent their will He has made no secret of that choice Only suppose that the direct question was submitted to the voters of the county whether they prefer McCreary or Deboe few their senator Is there one doubt that the overwhelming sentiment would be expressed In favor of McCreary Be side the election of a senator other and equally Important questions will come before the Legislature The republicans are committed by their platform and public declarations to the policy of redlstrlctlng the Congressional and judicial districts of the State so as to gle to them a majority of representatives In Congress and a greater number of circuit judges The 8th Congressional district In the event that they shall have the power will be so gerrymandered that the possibility of electing a democrat will be utterly destroyed Our present judicial die trict may be so changed that we will have saddled on us a republican judge I with tna likelihood of Negro jurors In every judicial district of the State where there U a republican judge as In the United States courts Negroes are summoned on both grand and petit uries We have never witnessed anything of that sort In either Lincoln Garrard Boyle or Mercer but If the republicans carry the Legislature the strong probability Is that we will wit ness It within the next three years If Mr North were personally unworthy our support we could not with so clear a conscience urge the Importance of his election as we do But since he Is In every respect worthy and beside his exceptional fltnesi la fairly a represen a tatlve of the sentiment of the Intelli gent upright moral white element of the community we take leave to say that It Is the duty of a journalist to earnestly commend his election by a decisive majority A thoughtful well informed gentleman with experience as a legislator having no Interest to promote which will conflict with the interest of tho people prudent and courageous both In a moral and physi cal sense an Intelligence above the avo erase of men faithful to all trusts springing from tho common people and having no thought but for their wel fare ho would make as ho has made an Ideal representative who would add honor to his county without Injury to the just rights of the humblest citizen of the State- N noticing a cowardly fling made by R Lee Marrmon exedltor of the Jar rodsburg Sayings who waited until he got to Salt Lake Utah before he could screw up his courage to say what ho has evidently thought ever since Mr W P Walton moved to Harrodsburg and took charge of tho Democrat Mr Walton says The ex Sayings makes a dirty pusillanimousI and cowardly attack upon this paper from his at Salt Lake thereby proving that ho Is a craven and a caitiff We have never mentioned the creature except In pleasant terms as wo were quite favor ably Impressed with him and never dreamed of saying we ran him oft We have no space to bandy words with a coward who gets his carcass out of reach to do so but we will remind him that we may yet have a chance to make him eat his words which are a tissue of lies such as could only bo conceived In the brain of a skunk POLITICAL Bell county republicans Instructed tie D G Coleon for representative Lucy Bux has been appointed post taster at Tho Glades Laurel county There Is a movement on foot to es tablish a Union Labor party In Ten nesseeR Catching of London has been been appointed clerk In tho Census BureauThe Congressional party touring the Philippines was refused an audienceI by the Sultan of Jolo The ballots for Louisville and Jeber ton county will require 160 reams of paper or 80000 sheets of paper Gov Crane was renomlnated for gov ernor of Massachusetts by the republi can State convention at Boston Judge John C Farris one of Tennes sees Gubernatorial candidates has Is sued an appeal asking for a primary Grant L Roberts was appointed deputy collector of Internal revenue to succeed Jacob Swigert of Frankfort W J Brown has resigned as chairman of the democratic county committee In Pulaski and Matthew Warren was elected In his stead In Louisville 42080 persons register ed or 2149 less than last year The democrats showed a decided galnhlle the republicans lost 2800- Granvllle Owens of Brodhead a good man and red hot democrat has been elected chairman of the Rockcas tie democratic county committee Gov Beckham has called special elections In tho 7th 15th 18th and 27th circuit court districts to fill the vacan cies caused by deaths and resignation Judge George Denny of Lexington charged the republican committee of Fayette with selling the nomination for county clerk to Vbe democratic candi date Representative forcing and Com mlsaloner of Internal Revenue Yerkes continue their efforts to obtain for K J Hampton of Winchester a berth In the army The democratic nominees In Livings ton county are visiting the various pre ctncta In that county In a body and making speeches They are accom panied by a brass band Judge William Chambers former chief justice of Samoa has been rec ommended by the Spanish Claims Com- missIon to succeed the lato Judge Bruce on the Alabama Federal bench Alex Davezac of Covington who was defeated for the democratic nomination for county clerk of Kenton county by J R Jameson will be an Independent candidate for tho office Chairman Jones of the South Caro lina Democratic Committee has with drawn from the race for Senator and urges Tillman and McLaurln to withdraw also and unlto on Gen Wade HamptonSecretary of State Hill decides that but one ballot may be used In the election In Louisville this fall Separate ballots for city and county tickets will only be used In cities of tho fourth fifth and sixth class Judge Tarvln In the Davezac con test case at Covlngton held that the State election law as It applies to pri mary elections does not compel polltI cal parties to preserve ballots unless ai contest has been regularly filed and duo notice served President Roosevelt inaugurated his new Southern policy yesterday by the appointment of former Gov Thomas G Jones of Alabama as federal judge In the Alabama district Mr Jones Is a democrat and was a conspicuous leader In the recent constitutional convention The Louisville grand jury returned Indictments against A Jacobson Max Louis Herman Lochnor Emanuel Par etto F H Hart and Victor Qulgly charging them with breaking Into republican headquarters and destroying ballots cast In the primary hold July 16 The technical charge Is that of housebreaking CHURCH MATTERS Revs A J Plkd and Wm Kuykcn dall begun a meeting at Buckeye Sun day night Rev J B Crouch will attend a Bap tlst Association In Pendteton county this week and Rev Robert Tandy of Louisville will fill his pulpit hero Sun dayThe revival meeting conducted by the Rev W W Hamilton of Louis vllle which was In progress for two weeks at the Glens Creek Baptist church In Woodford has closed There were 31 conversions during the meetI- nlr Elder Mark Collls who preached at the Christian church at Danvlllo Sun day stated that the meeting conducted by Elder H C Garrison at the Broad way Christian church Lexington had resulted In 35 additions who meeting nightI days Rev county which resulted la 20 additions 15 by conversion five by letter and restoration Mr Pike has been pastor of Ullead church for 12 years and has baptized 250 persons Into that church Our people generally are glad that Rev W E Arnold has been returned by conference to the Methodist church hero He was honored by being elect ed a delegate to the general conferenci which will be held at Dallas Texas In May next Presiding Elders J E Wright and E A Redd and Revi H C Morrison R T Mitchell W W Ball were the other delegates selected Two missionary district In the United States insular possession wore constituted by the House of Bishops of the Episcopal church In the Triennial Convention in San Francisco Ono of the new districts will include Porto Rico and Vlques and the other will be composed of the Philippine Islands which will bo given close atscntlon by tho church in the future The House of Bishops also changed the name of the diocese of Indiana to the diocese of IndianapolisRev S Savage of Win chester Is in the 87th year of ago Ho entered the ministry In 1835 He says After all I consider the 32 years work as agent for the American Bible Society for Kentucky and Tennessee as the great work of my life And sure ly it is a work upon which a man might well look back with profound gratitude for in those years ho supplied 152307 destitute families non desUtuteI adults and 12571 destitute children with tho Scriptures and altogether dlt trlbuted 1278885 copies of the Word of God He received ani faithfully accounted for R1D697225of the societys money In the prosecution of his work he traveled 525278 miles IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Arthur Roberts a soldier In the war with Spain Is dead In Adair William Dlllman was accidentally killed while felling a tree In Bell county Centre College was defeated 33 to 0 by Kentucky University at Lexington Saturday The Pitman Coal Mining Company Is opening up a new mine on Its land in Laurel county There are 25 felony cases on the dock et of the Laurel circuit court which begun yesterday George Sullivan was killed near Flat Rock by a freight train He was pump er of water at Cumberland Falls Judge R G Williams has appointed J W Brown Jas T Adams Rev J C Carmlcal Tbeo Wasley and D S Purdom trustees of the town of ML Vernon At a raasi meeting of the students of Centre College held In the college chapel It was decided to change the of ficial colors of the Institution from old gold and white to cream and crimson F FrancUco bought or T S Frith of Brodbead two poplar trees for which he paid may 52 and which measured 4 652 feet Mr Frith has a number of such trees on his farmMt Vernon Signal Democrats of the first magisterial district made a wise choice of a nom neo for the office ofjustlce of the peace in the person of Mr E S Gooch The Journal man had the honor of first suggesting his name tothe democrats of Lincoln county and the supreme antis faction of seeing him nominated over a distinguished citizen for the office of representative and of aiding In his election over the redoubtable FontalnoI Fox Bobbltt In the good year Somerset Journal Aunt Pegle Bullen died last week at tbo ripe old age of 78 years Over 30 made the coffin inyears ago she had which she was burled the work haying been done by Coleman Haley any Jim Coffey both of whom have been dead over 15 years She also had made her clothes In which to be buried had the band of cloth fixed just as she wanted It placed around her jaws and the lace with which to jinn the Inside of her coffin all of which was used Qst as sh- eedMt Vernon Signal Tho attorneys Caleb at affidavit askingGeorgetown filed an Judge CantrlU to vacate the bench The judge adjourned court until tomor row when the matter will be acted on Four men were killed and four wounded In a shooting affray In Clal borne county Tenn hr Ire 1 iThe Louisville StoresGREAT fl Closing Out Sale To Quit Business J sale will continue until every dollars worth of goods are If have not taken advantage of this great slaughter IThis you neighbor who has Dont wait until all the best I are picked out you may never have such a chance again to buy good goods AT COST AND BELOW COST I I Ifortsgoods and Mens 15c4ply Linencol I lars latest styles at 5c Mens 1 Negligee Shirts I collars and cuffs detached go now at 49c 50c good work IMens to 25c wool socks 25c quality we have 15 dozen I left at lOc l All 50c Neckwear cut to I 23c 150 pairs mens gloves all kinds former prices 75c to 2 now only 49c I 75 Boys school allsizes regular prices 150 to 2 to close at 98c I Mens and boys suits ov ercoats and odd pants for less than half price I 75 Mens Derby Hats worth 150 200 special I price 25c ttaets tstrttv tit atosa ets NONE BUT GENUINE I handle fleeting harvester Extras and Fixtures but keep none but the genuine on Unless the name hperlngaploeara know they are notthem you may iluetonvilD S OARIENTEK FOR RENT and about 33 acru of land Nice 3 melee from Dauvllle on Stanford pike 30 for wheat toacres J J MOORE Dnvllle Ky COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland thl winter and continuO to the coal beans than ever to handleI am better prepared coal and a ot your patron handle the beatIage Rowland Ky coal T L BUELTON LAND FOR SALE8l- xtynnacreoenBthebMncoorth Wm the Frankfort ltohon and hloomaelby town and lying not ono mile frompIkes as acult purchaser limIt Will be to divided Applv to Airs War whclo or Ilarrodt rent burs SALE Of Stanford Property Olrcult Court W P WIIHo- nplalntllr LIncoln 1eqult Anderson Carr defendantye In execution of a Judgment or Nov tbe Lincoln Circuit court term lb08 In the above action I will on Monday Oct X4tl 901 Being the Ont dy of tho Lincoln County Court at the front door of the court houu- a Stanford Ky offer at public outcry to tho bidder the following real Citato- In Stanford KYI Flat a lot bounded nn Slyer lot on oast by De rot ft rrs by Solon Craig lot on west lot by- Second ft nanwey and Farlw property inches on bounded thus Fronting feet of Jsouth by lotrest side of Depot street alH and S H Shanks known as Oummerc 1I0tel west by lot formerly owned by Miss J Ittheand the byally Alcorn on lot Third a house and lot situated- iStanford and bounded thus Reglnnln- a stake 33 feet from center of rllllroad and corner to Millie Ilughes thence with lIno of railroad S 8I3 W a0 text to stake In tlDO of railroad and corner to Wallace hence hli line 1338 W 1815 feet to a stake corncr to Joseph McAllltor tltenco with his IIno and MIIII3 llugbee S 1019 E 1834 feet to beginning All of said propertyor jo much thereof ai wilt bo necessary the lien debts and for was rendered In this case towlti horn Juno 21 1801 Jan 35 ov11897 and the further lien debt of H40SO with 0 per cent Interest from Dec 12 1805 until paid On Fob 26 1000 defendant Carr paid 200 Said debts wm amount to the sum of 880713 principal Intercit and costs on Oct 14 1001 Credit of 0 and 12 months in equal install mentl Ilond with good security beuring Intcrest from date of sale until aid and baring tho force and effect of a Judgment and payable to the Commissioner O WARREN Commissioner Ladies 150 and 2 Gloves all sizes go at KidI 50 Bolts Good Cloth 7 different OutingIworth 7 I2c as lasts at 5c Pearl Button all sizes kind you pay lOc for theI have only 10 gross left ly 50c 300 pairs ladies fine I sample shoes and oxfords real value from to go in this sale at 25 to 450IWe have a complete of ladies and misses and furs and jackets capesIstyles Prices cut in Ladies 50c Union Suits 25cLadies 350 Collarettes at of 98cII The Louisville Store Salinger Bros Prors Stanford Kentucky a annssrstarrtaa ararttawstr KyUCOMMISSIONERS Judgment untllpaldiUbJccttoacrodltofWppald New Fall Styles 1 e r New Lasts New Leathers A Patent Kid Shoe Shoe for 3501 guaranteed not to crack WL Douglas 13 60 shoes areas stylish and we will guarantee that they wear as long as any f5 shoe of any other make Duy Dougni mod save money CUMMINS MCLARY New Goods New FirAAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly FresbJAnd you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will ho appreciated Gouda delivered promptly Call andsceu9 W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street BARGAIN PRICES I In Ready Mixed Paints For v THE CASHIr After the rain has washed your house is thetbest time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call 1 SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC CRAiGo HCIQ J u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1STANFORD KY OCT 8 IDOl Ttty tbo Judo Taft cigar for a StoruOUR ed Try us and bo convinced Peony Drug Store PERSONALS JUDCJK J W ALCOKN wni la Sornor set Saturday JOHN II SHANKS spent several da In Lexington Miss SARA DAUOHMAN visited ref I tine In Richmond Mus W P WALTON and children are up from Ilarrodsburg Mss MINNIE WOODS It back from a visa to relative at Paint LIck MESDAMES CLIFTON FowLEitand E P Wood wore in Cincinnati last week MR I N SiiEliEKD of Montlcollo It with the family of Judge M 0 Sauf aMissTdervMns T M GOODKNIOIIT whoa e husband it to bo buried this afternoon It MRS JOHN A UENDKEN left Frld to Join her husband at Fort Worth Texas WILLIE KENNEDY of Mal inns p took the train here for Loulivllle yet terday MRS J D CltOCCII and the twins Ruby and Pearl have returned from Cincinnati Miss FRANCIS COOPER returned to Naihvlllo Saturday with her auntMrt Robert J Lyle MRS W B PENNY and children hero been spending tbo week In Louis vllle Advocate Mus SV11 DtLLlON and Mitt Linda Dllllon of Ltvlnirtton are guests tf Mrt Joseph Coffcy MR J L GOODKNIOHT of Lincoln III attended the burial of bit brother Mr T At Goodknlghl Miss STELLA RUILEY It beak a ro protracted and pleasant vlilt to Mrt Dr Uourlgan In Marion Tilt aped Mr Logan Murphr of the Maywood section It very III with chancel alDlt bit recovery MRS MINERVA Conn of Stanford It visiting Mrt anPhelpeRichmondDR E J DROWN went to Cinelnp this morning to spend a week with U A W Johnttone the noted surgeon LITTLE gucsta have arrived at tho hornet of Don P Martin Ben pryant jjMRered and It at his post of duty with Mcitrt Robertson t Bro Advocate MRS RUSSELL DILLION of Livings ton It III at the home of her mother Mr J II Tucker In the Maywood section ATTORNEYS JT RAYS of Lane ac ter and Smith Han of Winchester took yesterdays train for London to attend court loin J D DBIl1 and Mitt Edna Pow oil ot Mlddleburg Normal College spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Iand Mrt C L Prultt In the Eatt Ead b LAIIAN WITHERS of tbo Gil bert Creek section was not expected to live through last night She bat been a sufferer from cancer for year MESSRS WM DACOHERTV J T Harris J T Jones Dolph Panic nr William DamlUon and other aro In Lexington attending the grand lodge of Odd Follow WE have another democrat at our bouie told Charles Trub of Ot ten helm to ut yesterday II Ho It tho fin set follow you ever raw and wo have named him Joseph Krolle ho added W H ROCTT who hat been em- I ployed hero with tho tower people has gone to bis homo In Lincoln cou Thomas Shanks who Is now study law came down from Stanford Wed cciday to the opening of tbo law NIIIIMil S P GRAY manager of tbo Green River Development Co which li boring for oil near Jumbo In lisle county was In to sea us yesterday and loft tho advertisement which app elsewhere The headquarters of tho company It at BlueOeld W Vat MR GEORGE C KELLER JR who has boon with this office off and on for nearly 20 years has given up hit potl tlon to accept a flattering offer In Lex- Ington Whilu It 10 almoat like pulling an ojo tooth for us to glvo him up wo aro glad of his good fortune and hopo ho will soon rise to the top notch In the printers art There Isnt a better or t moro capable printer In the Stato than 1Mr Keller and we will find trouble In ffillloit hit place LOCALS WINTER Lap robes at J C Clarys tr varlotytiOWEOA Fertilizer Drills at 801 Geo d H Farris Co- DUN4VIL11 Casey county had disastrous fire Saturday Lstovete at tern before you buy i atCraig LNd mill aeinery s Straub WE havo recolved from tbo East som e ohtiroly now things Ip spirt stale tgoods J P Jane THE residence on eat Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton It for roar Apply at this olllco yeNE tarn plenty of kinds of Ie ouch as hag corn oats and Cheap for cash J H Bdughman it Lb JOUN BRIOHTJR a Co begin with this IMUO another standing advertise moot Watch It closely and youll save money perIcel to all city tgtRrus im McKlnney Canning Co bat raOwingput up only about 80000 cant cejiCBtbltlet Soap cheaper than you ever heard of It before ie I WILL bo ready to pay off all county Evoryaxpayercall In and pay hit taxct at onco S MOwent sheriff a Till Green River Development Co It composed of men of the highest bUll near qualification and they deserve tho suc cess we bopo they will attain See thou advertisement another column of this paper merI ant to John Wonzcl of roNew York his store house and lot for WOO Mr Hutor will locate at Leba non Junction Wo aro sorry to havo him leave the county IsROCKOASTLE judlleAd John U Coffcy of Langford for soetian win bandt rdoes iv answer to our queetloo Wbat made you quit tbo livery buelnesethJ II Boono said Simply because mODeyIall tlmo to como I shall go back ray filet love forming IIoiiSEKACiNa IN AMERICA ORIQI NATEU IN LINCOLN To Lincoln count ty belongs whatever them It of dlttlno tlon for having been the lint placethAmerica whero hone racing Our authority Inono other than thoof dlitlngulsncd Gen W U Gentry of Loxlngton who says In the American Field of Sept 14 It was at C Orchard Ky that the brat horse rac- Ing In this country was hold It was known at quarter Itretcblog and hero long before the opening of the fpm Kentucky associations course at Lox ington tporUmen raced tbelr hersts simply for the pride of owning the fait est and boat Each torso took a topa tarn path laid off side by sIde on tho turf Evan Bees I think was tho best known of these sportsmen Ho greatly admired by my father who ten wild mo about hit racing reotu Ho had for a rider an Indian whom ho had secured from some Mis gourlan who had captured him In hla native country Tho boy was called Tom Martin After his racing career girl1nR and Sep GOODKNKIHT Mr Thomas Mitchell Good knight died at 0 oclock Sun day morning after a lingering Illness and will bo burled In Buffalo SpnibCemetery this afternoon after at tho Christian church by Elds Bnloreot Hocarewas born In Allen county Aug 25 1817 and was a student at Cumberle University of Tonnncesco at tho outbreak break of the civil war Ho enlisted as- a private In Co I 6th Kentucky was In many bard ought battles Ho was twice wounded at Murfreesboro wboro ho was made n lieutenant for- ble gallantry Ho was loft on the batford tlo field made a prUonorbut afterward inorabapgedthe ministry of the Cumberland Pros bytorlan church from 1800 to 1878 no was postmaster at Franklin for lour yenta and was tbo author of an uopub fished history of public education In Mldihcdlo was married to Miss Leonora Dfur ph yMr daughter of tbo late Squire John StMurphy who survives him HoIce voewill ono obild by his first wife Mrs WIl- lIam Tatham of Franklin Mr Good knight was a kindbertried good men sand his death li the cause of gent ral regret Ho was a lawyer by pro fes slop but practiced very little In later years He was a democrat and an orlg Inal free silver man and frequently stumped this county In campaigns LARGE assortment of presents at Kmbry Si Englemans SUCSrocicofshotguns Just In Craig k Hocker Stawpre ents before you make your uoleo clop SEE our new line of beating and cook SprJrGo to J P Jones for a lull made to measure LInlngi flt and workmanship guaranteed NQcheap for cash Mary Lytle THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Courier Commonertbebig Two of Stanfords young moo cngag ed In a fisticuff Sunday afternoon Wo tlmobutIf butdoLANCASTERclalms to need another If eo wbati the matter with bliCorblnlargely Interested financially an ainly they are not going to glvo the tboyhaveTHE directors of the Beaver Creek 011 h Oat Co fool good over their prospect Mr L N Sbeppard who It hero welnpositive that their lease It la tbo oil belt The lands leased are In sight nlno producing wells viz seven on th- nduskySa two on tho Huffakcr and ono on the Duncan lands Sheriff S fIOwens one of the directors tolls that they will commence boring for o In a tow weeks and thai they havo bed many applications for stock In ttie company SOMERSET Oil is the absorbing theme at Somerset now and the man not posted on the oil situation has lit back and listen to the other fellows A great deal of Wayne oounty oil stock owned there while wells aro being In many parts of Pulaskl by Sam FQlure enough and If ho Isnt a Rockefeller manyUopayee his paper the Journal U the oil organ of Kentucky and ho does more printing for oil men an all of tbo other papers In the maybeprot0j ob pourIngwill hardly be sufficient Tbo oil men horn such faith In Mr Campbells obll both as a newspaper and oil man at they merely glvo him an outline what they want and bo does tho rest For instance be got out a six page tbree colored folder the other Ilnoerub of notes Campbells paper will np quadan l inournow The democrats kn Ing they have no show to get any of the county ollces will likely put out no ticket but will do their best to elect poIIticalchairmanQ ma fa committee oppose It roailling of young James Davis by TbyBig Bishop li deplored by all Tbo grew out of alleged Intimacy batty Davis and Bishops wife Davls shot Uvo times and fell dead near Bleb opa premises He was about 21 and was a popular young man Ho was a son of Mr W C Davis the well known merchant tailor Tbo burial occurred Sunday afternoon attar services by Rove Applegato and Glass No Im provcmenta worthy of mention ean made since our last visit to Some but the good little city eoeraa to bo holding her own pretty well Irbp J E Claunch who married Dues Ma mle Lynn of this county will soon dirt for a handsome homo on a recently purchased lot on Mt Vcrnon ofandtowns most substantial business men and la doing well In his mngaiflc ant tore Miss Sara Wood Lynn of Stan teaching a class in elocution and will likely synod the winter with her sister Mrs Cluunch Walter Mar tin of tho Maywood section has ag position in South Somerset and la ono of Somersets most popular young Mr W R Gooch of MoKInnoy engaged with H G Litton tho jewel or and la doing some line watch el and general jewelers work for him Goocb has been a frequent Con to this paper and we hope ho send ui some letters from his home Mrs J A Wltwcr was arrested at Dayton O She Is suspected of dcrlng 14 persons Including tour bands five children a titter and UP members of different families In hiChlag Bho was employed as housekeeper I E Payne has been appointed post master at Albla Pulaskl county THE Teachers Association held at Crab Orchard Saturday was a decided malllBterlalperintendent Singleton came over from nford and brought with him his es timable wife After music and threw excellent addrctset by members of tbo association the teachers and their In riled guests repaired to the Brown ings where the lady leachem temptedrhotaking heartily of the good things tpread beforo them the gentlemen opinionbatabout culinary work than they receive credit for At 130 the teachers return ed with their guests to tbo Baptist church where a number of good ad anjopedof tho association that did not during some time of the meeting make an excellent talk upon some question of vital Importance to the teachers good things wero said by visitors teachers of the Crab Orchard precinct are bright conscientious and entbutlas tic They very much appreciate th services of Supt Singleton and admire Integrity and unassuming manners thatdyean V W When you wake up with a bad taste In your mouth go at once to Craig Hock erV Drug Store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets One or two doses will make yo l They also cure biliousness etc and constipation lPUBLIC SALE Of Stock and Crop will toll at public auction at the John D 1luetanIIWEDNESDAY OCT 30 Tlio following described property 30 year old cattle 21 cattle lot ronogyoarUnithemjilInclndlnjt2h Lot shapeorse r TermdJAMES L YANTIa UlltonvlUe Jy Kentuckysf Great Trots LEXINGTON KY OCTOBER S TO 18 Purses Matches Specials STAKES 12000000 THE WORLDS BEST RACES 10000 Kentucky Futurity Tuesday 911ow30000 Abbott Boralma match Vednet day Oct 0 16000 Transylvania Thursday Oct 10 5000 Futurity Friday Oct 11 c 10000 Louisville Prize Monday Ont Stakes Dally All tho Crack ContortswaaAll Railroads PUBLIC SALE Land Stack Crop Household Goods Having decided toga West no will tell at public auction at my place H mile JoaroTUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 farm contalnlDg Ot acres of land w with good dwelling with roams cIstern at tho plenty of last log water on farm good barn 40x30 gr ary buggyhouno and all necessary tenclngtarm ttltislestn stare In good neighborhood and one of the lerionaityconsIstshorse 7 yean old sate for women and chil dren Sycurold mare t panr old saddle mare 3car old Chester Dare itud colt dam Gray Eagle 2 pairs aged work muter pair yeaTold mum mules i 2 sad mnodi milk cows and calves 3 yearling steer steer cuirass 40 fat hogs 15 stock hogs 8 ehohoeJt9 73 ewes well bred 3 binders 2 mowers th spyoClteta wagon harcaseaotabuggyharacesep- plea gear 200 Plymouth chickens 30 Pekln ducks household kitchen utensils 80 acres of corn 10 ac somepawfodder and will rent 23j acne timothy meadow land adjoining Mm Ed Young and II D Carter for tau years 1002 and 3 good stand grass At same tlmo and place will tent balancehua of p etc Is on tbo McCarty farmj anyone wish to seo came before salo on A O t Turnornvlllo Terms All sums of 110 and under cash over that credit of months T D English A uc Sale will begin promptly at 9 0 LES IE CSI k A D ROOT Watch f This t r Spaceat Next Issue- 1 John Bright Jr Co The G reeQ J tWr Development Co VlcoPrcsldenlWgerDIrectors WesteW Va Branch office McKInney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value This company c ntrols 1100 actor of proven oil territory in the Green River OilBasin Ky on line of the 0 S R R Three wells have beendrilled on adjoining lands and OIL FOUND IN PRYING QUKNTITIES itOne well t purchasednew 5500ehttceused only In the development of the property Application for stock can be made Middletonpany S P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky UNDR1Re J MillseI For Men Women and Children i Ladies Garments 25c to 1 Ladies Union Suits 50c to 1 Childrens Garments 15c to 25c Childrens Union Suits 25 to 50c Mens Garments 25c to 1 Mens Union Suits 175 Boys 30c Garments to clouse out at 15c aodOeecedDont forget that out Shoes are the best Eggs taken In exchange for goods at the highest market price JOHN Pe JONES Stanfrod Without Preliminaries I ldWewill tell you what we have IIfHeavy Goods For Walking Skirts yardf54inch gray plaid back 100 yard t 54inch black Kersey 260 Dress trimmings new corduroys for yardIINewnew tinted velvets for waists now for waters new silks for waists J onoacReadyMade Waists and Skirts sixWehave put in a lino of above goods from ono ofr andnninuISeverance r Sons 1 n 7Cr7 l7ctl4La4t1t i7 Get Rich Deposittug 0reOF LEXINGTON KY Whore itjwill be safe and increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent a f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford as- eeondefau matt- erihablrahaTuwaet ncF14ve- 11 PER YEAR CASH cap When not sop tdSB3OO will be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 2t Train going North Mam 2II II c 5 II South x122ala a t MUII2pmF- or alltPolnts KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2S ArrrlTeiat Stanford at JOS No 21 Leaves Stanford at 210 AM No21 Arrives at Kowland at 1200 DAT Mo 23 leaves Stanford at 2SO r R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office Qver Higgin McKlnnoys Ston Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop UoKinneye e X3 tjMnko and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Moal Shlpstuff Bran Chic on Feed c Prices very reasonable Cus torn grinding n specialtyD V Kenned Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W DUfZESON Fran JUNCTION CITY Kl a IrstGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sa- leFOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Noreen and Mules constantly on hand and tor sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager HI Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FKRMFOR SHL6 I Containing 183 acres two miles south of IcKInneiy on Mlddlebarg ITS acre nder tense and 165 acres cleared leas two fellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered CUD be sold In two acts of about equal amounts or as a whole Mor further Information call on or address J 8 MORLEY McKinney Ky Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock f100000 iwor to The Farmers fink t Trust Compan and under same management contiau outly lot 31 Years elicits Your Bank Account plug such bnilnees relations will prors mntua ly beneficial and plea- DIUiCTOBS B JtUwslel Sr JN Menefee A W C W u Cummins J E LynnS tlhantl J F Cub J B Uwalty OFFICERS I H iIW irlftt Aut Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CI1tal Stock 150000 Sntplui 110000 Tbla Institution originally established u the t i Ithankof titanfordln 1858 then reorganized si National flank of Stanford In 1865 sndagali anlted u the Pint National Bank of Stanfort has had practically an uninterrupted ezlit afar years It Is better supplied now ac1l1l1ec for transacting builnwi promptly and fythsneerbeforsin Its long and honoiab sr Accounts of InJlrlJuaU Bduclarlei yltl lIab loUet led Ota ICTOrq IMd Lincoln Co JW UaydenStanfui T Barrli II B II Baugbman J IBockert TPJIlll WI Walton W A TrlbbU OollIsrCrab Orcbd Jas robinaon Rubble A K iEImors St tordorncias S Rocker President J J McUoberti Oshls A Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your buggy carriage or wagon tnOrstclalutyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J IL QUEER Stapford Ky A 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offlcsovrr UcKoberU Drug Store in the Owsle- IJaUdins E R DILLEHA DA1TVILLE KY Manufacturer of BPIIctIK i Aqd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Is In splendid order the water Ii plentiful and grounds present a ap pearance Guests be given wIllingat tention Rates Adults 8S per week dren under IS years of age E2 horses t3tO per week For further Information apply to W lit VAUOHAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asnpli HotclStnuford Oct 23 and 21 examined and glasses sclenUflcallyadJusted Olsen hours 0 a m to 5 p ta Farmers Roller Mills STAt YOaD ST MORRIS FRED PnornUTOR 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 Moal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give yon thn very best results me but bear iu mind that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror rsSlavihPhHlips OSTEOPATHISTS Till be In Danrllle Mondajs Wednesdays and Fridays Vlll be In Stanford Tuesdsyij Thursday and Sat urdays- Otfce In the Pennlngton HulldlnftSt nfordOI lice hours 9to12Art4lmarKOSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still Of KlrtiTllle Mo depends on the rlnclplo of Anatomy and Physiology for Its rev no rubbin- g0surgialoperationandciaims ping super Osteopathy views mm u a oho many aru Ita Ii adjuitucnt When all part are properly adjusted and not overworked health a tbe result Some of the diseases treated by ui herroui roelriUon headaches Neuralgia KbeumatUm atarrb Weak Eyes Granulated Lid Goitre unr and Lung Dua Constipation PllnOa118OnlEohrced Prostrate all Ilom- acb Diseases of Bona sad J iota Currature SilO Jolnta Incontinence Urine Locomolor Max ta Female Disease a specialty Coniultatlon Free JtG+ MciMY UNDBBTAKBBESIBALDIER And Dealesr Ins BNE88 SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTABERS AIODSALx- t71aFurniture Matting Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY 1NEWS NOTES IThe Loulsvlllo 120000- Eighteen IntjrSUte Fait lost persona were Injured It street par collision in Atlanta 61 Indiana with 270 rural mall route8 I heads tho list Kentucky has 11 W F Cowles handsome resldenco In Columbia was destroyed by lire A little son of Wilson Johnson burned to death in Monroe county Admiral Schlov will go on the retired list of tbe navy next Wednesday Miss Helen Loop the daughter 01 Secretary of the Navy Long it dead Gideon Tucker ono of the oldest merchants of Paris committed sulcldo Flro destroyed tho business portion of Tlmpsoo Texas Loss over 1150 000A salt combine has been formed In New Jersey with a capital of 830or 000 The caso of Caleb Powers Is expected to be called at Georgetown today for trialNlekCraIIC a young farmer committed suicide at Mt Sterling by taklnlC strychnine John B Weeks of Lexington was killed by a Cincinnati Southern raln in Tennessee Miss Alice learn fell down an elevator shaft In a store at Lexington and was seriously Injured Burglars broke Into the jewelry store of J J Blelscb at Paducah and slole 87000 worth of goods The New York police broke up an anarchist meeting at which Johan Mi t was expected to speak Given Sons saw mill at Middles bore and a large quantity of lum bet were destroyed by tire The American Suear Relining Company has made a reduction of H cenu a pound 00 granulated sugar Tho home of Sherman Gibson a Negro preacher at Mlddleaboro was dyn- iilted by unknown persons Money is pouring Into Boston for tbo fund to be paid Turkish bandits for the release of Miss Stone the missionary Charles Wllchcr was fatally tabbed by Reuben Goods at a church dtdlc Lion on Rush Branch In Marlon coda ty A mob shot a Negro to death In the alubooeo at Huntlncton Toon He had assaulted G B Dalton a prom lent ultlzen Judge Cantrill has ordered the Scott ountv jailer to refuse admfttanco to preacher and women who seek to seo Uleb Powers Dr Alfred C Lernberger of Louli Mlle expired In his office the fatal eizuro having come upon him while ttendlng a patient Unknown persons blow up a house at lenderson with dynamite The occupant a Negro and his wlfcbad a miraculous eecapefrom death The court of appeals has decided tha hero is no law In the State by which both mortgaged property and the bond tsued thereon can bo taxed The State Board of Valuation aDd aseasment has placed tho valuation of blskv lo bond in Kentucky at 110 a barrel an Increase ol 2 over last year Richard C Davis the defaulting ishlcr of the Peoples National flank 01 Washington Ind has tiled suit for 13000 which he alleges ho lost al ambling The monthly balance sheet of the State auditor and treasurer shows Blanco on hand in the State treasury at the close of business on September 20 of 828821075 Tho three Philadelphia newspapermen who with Barber Dunlap kidnap cd and robbed the proprietress of a die putable house were arraigned and- beld without ball Sheriff North of St ClaIr county Ala who who was put on trial for kUling one of a snob which sought to- Iyoch a prisoner In his custody has been acquitted by a jury On account of health Hanson KeD- nedy withdrew as democratic nominee tor circuit judge In the 18th judicial district and J J Oaborne of Cynthia has been made tho nominee Sir Thomas LIpton says that if tbo Americas cup la to leave this country bo Is determined to have it It Is reported that Emperor William is con slderlolC iho matter of challenging ror- the cupIrho terms of the peace agreement secured by Adj Gen Murray in tho Hopklos county mining district are boo- carried out by the miners and operators with evidences of good faith A largo number of arms were eurrcn dered by Union miners mine guards- and deputy sheriffs Soldiers are now In charge ot the Reinecke and Moo- arch mines tho guards and deputy sberlIY having been discharged Got a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Craig A Hockers drug store They are easier to- toke and more pleasant in effect than- pills Then their use is not followed by istlpatlon as If often the case with1- 1ll1s Regular size 25o per box lason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON 1ror Lancaster t Kentucky IKewly furnished clean beds splendid Everything first class Porters meet all trains SO Commenting on tho statements of a minister who would solve tho liquor problem by making tho slloon pay in taxes all they cost tho comer I ratty and no more tho editor of tho Defender TCmarkliThe minister has a job on his hnnds His fUlt business is to Godaoluo divine math cnmticinn who can compute tho ull1e of a human lifo in dollars and centl The only way the saloon con pray its way is by getting out of tho way forcer There are Ihousandsot people BuOerlng untold torture from piles because of Iho popular Impression that they cannot lie cured TABLEHS BUCKEYE lILE OINTMENT will euro them and Iho Ia tlent will remain cured Price 60c In bottles tubes Toe For snlu at Penny Tho German navy cost each in habitant of tho cmpiro lewd than 2 narks n year while tho amOl1l1t spciit hcl1ch for alcohol and tohac co is between 50 and CO or 24 timcs as much The amount spent a ye for beer wine whisky and tobacco is 3000000000 marks We have icon tho frail infant when the faint struggle for existence itemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by the ueof WHITES CUB AM VEKM FUGE Price 24 cents For sale at Pennys Drug Store Less than a year ago Kentucky demo ooBtratcd tbat she was a democrats Statu by a majority In round number ot 8000 This tvcek6 rcelslratlon tad cate that ono month from tomorro she wet redemonstrate that demonstr Lion by jrlvlnir a democratic majorlt 3f at least three times 8OOOLouls rlllo Times A stitch in time saves nine and a lose of BALLAKDS HOKEIIOLSDSY tUP at the beginning of n cold will aTe TOU many weary hours and oven days or isirctsing and harassing cough Prlci 25 and 60 cents For sale at Pennys Trotting meettnjr Lexington Oct 818 Low rates ono fare round trip via Q S C Route dhlly from ail point In Kentucky Ask ticket agents ror particular S pSThere Is moo CtUrrb In this section of be conic than all utherdBae put together an1 mill the last few yan was upriooed to bs in on1 rlVooueurtand bj constantly Islllnn to curs with sueb Idlrt nl prroouoofj It moonlit cUnerst roren nit nit ben conitltutlonsl illmsv h- ahsrsonrrquirnnnultutlonsltrrtmeotI stall Catarrh Cure manur Co Toledo Ohio is the only eoattlullonsl cur on the market It It taken lnt iu lljflln Iai rom 10 drops to a teaspoonful It sets Urrctlv blood and muraus surface ol tee rye lui Tbt ron hundred doll us tor any sue t falls It eull en l lor HreuUrs nd tntlmonlnlt Adlreu K J CHKNKV 4 CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 78c Halls Fsmuy nils are the test 3REAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Oec loltne store ntur the mllroad on Otten belm pike for tho purpose of giving you people tho worth ot your money You will always find bargains at my storo I an lolling Second hand Clothing equal to new al50 new Clothing nnd Jcnts Kurnlshluj Goodl Fine Hhoea lint Caps ole Hoping that you will not forget to pat rnnlze me promising you fair treatment slYo you n Inrllatlon to visit the Inclnnatl Ilargaln Store Oil and see mi wben you cpnio to town Wo will sell flour and meal from Morris Preds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prlco It sold nt tho Eicliauci CINCINNATI IIAKOAIN STORE M REISER Inon AT COST FOR CASH StocK of General Merchandise- W W R Minor of Moreland on tho Cincinnati Southern Railroad ball been uMlgncd to mo as trustee It consists of- Dry Goods Clothing Groceries Winter Hoots and Shoes Hats Caps Hard ware Quoenswaro etc All staplo goods I will sell the stock as a whole to anyone ON REASONABLE TERMS who withes to enter the dry good trade The house can be rented upon easy terms EDWARD ALCORN Trustee Of W R Minor Hustohrllle Ky FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCariy farm of 817 ACRES i Three nnd ono half miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms Address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky FARM FOR SALE A arm of 100 acres known us the Joe Ilat In urm two miles oast of Highland for alo Call on or write to Jacob Dautu Ew ell Ky for particulars FREE SFREE Dont fall to oak theConsumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPT IFCustomers take notice that for every cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Mercbaiit whoso name Appears In this ad1 cuiiilcs you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT Which they will accept for 6 cents on avert CASH PUIICUSE OF ONE DOLLAR And take special notice that tbo Merchants will belong to tint Asso ciation arc the most wide awako and keep the beat decks of goods and their prices are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL K C WALTON Proprietor FINK PHINTISO Severance ISOIl8 Dry Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug Store Drugs nml Chemicals 1V1111ithnrs Furniture Carpets ac illlle rGroccriel Hardware and Implements- II J itlcRGbertsFurnisherMiss Annie Phillips Milliner IL E L SimniB nCoalDealer William Hamilton r Jeweler J A Allen it Co tIunlber You could use an extra book to hold the money you save In buying here now Our vast stock Is bouullto shrink in pnponion to our prices Only a few ih6rt months more and the RACKET STORE The Cheapest In Stanford Vlll ho gone Never will the ple of Lincoln anti surrounding counties hare the opportunity buylrg such high grade overcoats loots shoot cape jackets eom oris blankets flannels jeans hats caps mens boys and colldrctia clothlug underwear ot all klndri yarn goods rubber linens eto at such a sacrifice Tome quick and pick what you like while these greet bargains last For Salei louse on Main street lotMxlJO lumber 12 and 14 foot oak boxing horse cow surrey and spring wagon i The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Lamps 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE FARRIS COl Will Tnkc In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of JIll Kinds Corn Wheat Hay Rye fccM at highest market prices s Carson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOAN dollars and overthousandIn sums of one on farms only at 5 per cent A TRIBIlLE time SinStanford Ky PUBLIE SALE Stock Crop etc I will sell at auction at my place one mile north of Iatnt Lick JCyon Thursday October 17th 1901 Ilcglnnlng at 10 a m the following proper ty 2 lacks and 0 years old 4year combined stallion i 15 mules 2 std 3 ycur olds alo novcral aged mules 10 har ness and saddle horses 30 frosts milk cows thoroughbred hereford bullall bred to thoroughbred registered Hereford bull 15 stacks timothy hllYcrop of corn shucked In tho field also j large lot farming Implements all to be sold without reserve For further particulars call on It E Halle ICy known on day of Salo MILS E II IlALLAun- Ialnt Lick hy T D English Auc- trPUBLIC SALE Bank StocfcrAnd Livo Stock As administrator of tho estate of W D iVeuthcrforcl I will soil at his late homo on Iho Liberty pike H of a mile from Huston rllle at sharp on SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 rbP following property 55 shares of tock In the HuUonvlllo Hunk pair of rood work mules pair 2vcarold ware mules 14 high grado cows and calves logs 2 family mare yeroJd Illy by IIIKnl y Dare colt year gelding I disc harrow cultivator plows horse ragon ono buckboard phaeton In good opalri set of bitting harness and other arousal McCormick binder Terms made known on day of Sale J 0 WEATHEHFORD Admr 5 U- order to make room for our Full lamp we offer the tallow tag to close H Vfd Oats Danyllle FOR RENT Cottage three ronms and kitchen Place contains two acres Nice garden Some Is AvenueI Farm of about acres n wiles from Hus tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpen ters Station pike also a good grist mill with good traction engine Will sell tea sonably Apply to DINWIDDIE 111 Hustonvllle Ky 1Queen t and May lat to Nov let 1901 Excursion rsteJ and pedal train service will bo announced later The Pan American tho greatest American Expos ition elnco tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling I M minutes KxposlUoni Grounds J I FreeReollnlnaChaea a a1cIIooI pccaw e4 w 8r easelIn r RouteI PanAmericanExposition BUFFALO Mid- wayNIAGARA FALLSOnly Eoc