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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 2 I l j i r SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t t r VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1901 9 A M NO 64 MIDDLEBURG Rev Gllllam preached at the Cbrir tlan church Saturday night and Sun day Considerable lato corn throughout the couptry and late vegetation ae woll V were nipped by the late frost A school election was hold at the college Saturday afternoon to lilt the vacancy caused by the resignation of Trustee M W Jones Mr U Tab t icott wai chosen trustee In bis stead The residence of W P Keeney caught fire lato Sunday evening and bat for the discovery of tame at tbo time the house would have soon been In ashes The fire was soon extin guished wjth but little damage Edgar Miller who has been very poorly the past low week with fever Is up and stirring about Albert Bat tin who lingered between life and death so many days as a result of se vere cut was able to attend church at Green River Sunday Many ot our people aro quite lonely now of night especially the young people as there le no meeting to attend Wo understand the Methodists will hold a revival In the near future The bolloeit meetings at Liberty are now being held la the court bouse on Bucountof the cool weather One the of greatest mistakes that tbo over let be carried Into t execution was the domolUhment and taking away of the lato Cincinnati J Green River R R The amount of hauling through hero and by other routes to tbo various station on the Southern Ie something Immense suffi dent within Itself to prove a veritable Klondike to any branch lino Mr Aaron Coleman and Mitt Mamlo Lanham aged 20 respectively wero s untied In the holy bond of matrimony at the home of tho bride three mile South of here Sunday evening lUv Uardln Newell officiating Mr John Spears and Mill Lucy Cravens aged and 17 year respectively wore mar rled at Yoecmlto the same evening Ror Ollllam officiating Hero wish log tuccccs long life prosperity and bapplnc to tbo two couple who have ombarked on the unknown and uncer talc sea of matrimony M E Tartar wbo was defeated for the republican nomination for county attorney In the primary of last March Is now an avowed candidate for that office and Is running the race Independ ently and claims to have some 700 pe titioner back of him While ho II creating quite a stir bo will bo easily worsted by P H Taylor wbo beat him In the primary Tbl is a republican muddle and ooe In which no sane dom ocrat is Interested or can bo benefited Wo dont countenance the bolter no matter as to tbo party he belong Simmons storehouse burned at Dunnvlllo Saturday entailing a loss of about 81f 00 The good wero mostly all saved Two other building caught tire but wero soon extinguished with little damage Mr Robert Williams a prominent farmer of tbo same section lost a barn by fire a tow nights ago A remarkable coincidence Is the fact that this It the third barn ho hat lost by tiro In as many consecutive year each one burning In the same week of the mouth of September In each year Two of these tires occurred on Sept 25 and tbo other on the 20th Incendiaries sus petted of barn burning- G S Durham ot the firm of G S Durham ft Co has gone out of bust nest at Mlddleburg He will probably go Into business either at Chattanooga or Montgomery Ho loft bit business hero In the bands ot his mother wbo was ono of tho firm Financial diffi culties the Inability to meet payments caused by doing a largo credit business seem to have been greatly abut tied by many together with III health the cause M W Jones and John Wheat who wont security on notes of Mr Durham of which be was unable to meet for causes of which we have given have taken the goods and roo eponslblllllcs on their hands and the firm of Jones it Wheat will take the place of what was formerly G S Dur ham C Co We have written considerable hero of lute of the possibilities and belle J that oil existed In paying quantities In Casey There arc many land owners throughout the county who arc positive that they havo the fluid on their re spective premises Mr J A Estc Is equally as confident that gas exist hero Ho cites cases und happenings ot several years back that go to prove that such it undoubtedly the case Many years ago while drilling for salt near the old Liberty ford gas was struck and shot up a distance of some G500asfalsoaexletSonthemfarmgofvQaf Jones and tho Mooro Every thing In this way is In a primitive state In Casey and to be honest our people ddnt know whet wealth does lie hidden beneath our soil but as Mf Estcs says capitalists will cone our way prospect when other fields are exhausted ing until as It would not bo a knit not paying buslaeu etc n1oaledmen to have fields at once too many open Senator Farris Wild In tho burg the manyfrtertdsvery rosy of the situation In the upper trio of counties and le sanguine over the outlook Ho has been over a goodly portion of Casey the past week and reports tbo party In fine trim and the outlook for a full party vote ILl most encouraging M W Jones who Is mak leg such a clean and honorable canvass for county Judge is gaining ground and winning friend and supporters dally He will at least poll the normal party vote beside scores of republicans woo have the best Interests of their county at heart will give him their vote at the same time not relinquishing ono Iota of their republican faith In this particular instance men should not think of party affair but of tbo man and of the countys and each Individual Interest Mr Jones chances for election nro good though the fight is a bard one The series of meetings which have been going on at the Daptlstchurch for the past two weeks came to a close Sunday night These meetings were beyond a doubt the most successful and tar reaching than any ever held here during the year that the Middle burg Baptist church has had lite The meeting were conducted by Rsv Earle D Sims D D of Pal Au Fu Shan tung Province China ably assisted by the pastor Rev J U Fcrrcll Thorn wero 02 additions Jo tbo church of which some 50 were by baptism There were two additions to the Christian church The series were conducted on evangelistic principle the people be lug given their choice of denomination they wished to unite with There were a number of converts who bad attended church for yearlRodwbo had never bern Influenced the least or touched In any way by the power of tbo gospel Rev Sims without doubt the most powerful and ono of the moot forceful sj eaker that hu stood In a Mlddleburg pulpit Though only 2U years of age bo has been laboring In foreign fields since when only a beardless youth of IS years ho left his native heath In the StaLe of Missouri Ho is living temporarily In Louisville at the present with his wife and little boybut will return In a few months to the China flaldswblch he has resolved to give his Ufa work 1of preaching the gospel to the heathen Tbo weather wa exceptionally good during tbo meeting and crowded houses greeted the speaker at each night service aqd many times the bouse was unable to hold them all Marked attention and outIa of meetings The choir which labored eo faithfully at both the day and evening services de serves pralso und commendation for their tireless and persevering service throughout Sunday was an all day service and wo bollavo wo aro not ex agerntlng when wo say that probably a larger crowd never attended religious worship In this county than was mice eDt here that day Tho baptizing which was the largest In number of candidates for Immersion took place Sunday evening and was witnessed by ono of the largest concourses of people over assembled here foreuch a purpose The good that will accruo from these meetings will bo lasting and will live on to be effective In generations to come C C A TYPICAL SOUTH HmOAN STORE SundaysRiverIcal of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store Is situated In a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about 25 miles frog the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of 30 miles to many of whom IhIVe supplied Chamber lalns remedies All testify to their value in a household whore a doctors advice II almost out of the question Within ono mile of mytore the population is perhaps Of these within tho past 12 mouths no less than 14 have been abso CoughliemedyFor sale by Craig t Hockcr Druggists Peter Sterling won the rich Futurity for three ycarolds at Lexington Tues day Walnut Hall the favorite was second Best time 211 Dan Patch won the Tennessee Stakes pace In 205 Shadow Chimes second and Ma zettottjlrd In anaemia and most womens ailments the digestion is weak Iho making of col or flesh and strength out of food is Im perfect to that the patient Is weak wan nervous and dyspeptic This condition can bo corrected by taking a course of IIERBINE Price COc For sale at Pennys Drug Store Mark Hardin sold to R Q Hocker three calves at 810 toE P Woods seven calves and a cow for and to O P Huffman two oul d sheers at 3c The Senatorial Race This from the Sbelbyvlllo Sentinel is good enough to put out and paste in your scrap book The next General Assembly amongst other Important matters will be called on to elect a United States Senator and all Indications point to tbo selection of Gov James O MCCreary It le eminently fitting that the distin guished exgovernor should receive at the hands of the democratic party this honor No man In Kentucky has dune more to keep the party together than he and In every crisis be has been found at the right time In tbo right placeHad It not been for the Influence of Gov McCreary tbo convention of 1809 would In all probability have left tbo party In such a demoralized condition that It would have been Impossible to have made the fight In the terrible ordeal at Frankfort Gov McCreary was In the forefront of tbo fight and Gov Goobol at all times relied Implicitly on his advice and counsel Always a con servative and salonmn his wise coun salt prevented many a mistake and It Is only Justice to say that he was at that time a great safeguard not only to the party but to the State In every position he has occupied ho has measured up full to the responsi bilities und ho has reflected credit on himself and the people whom ho repre seated Tbo election of Gov McCreary to the United States Senate will meet the approval of every element In the party and will do a great deal towards allaying the bluer partisan feeling that has been so rampant In the State While a staunch partisan Gov Me Crcary enjoys the respect and confi dence of his political opponent and his election will bo regarded as the Ad vancement of a man to a high position who will lend dignity to the office and reflect credit on the State With Blackburn and McCreary In the Sen ate noStala In the Union will be better represented and every Kentuckian can feel a prldo In his representative Without In the least detracting from the oxccllcntgentlemcn wbo aru oppos leg Gov McCreary It b a certainty that at this time the election of Mc Crcary will help Kentucky more than anything else wo can do LAND KCRO ETC Lyon S Co bought a bunch of cotton mule la Adair at 385 Good need wheat for sale See saw plo at Carson Si lentos W Y Cur roy Hubble Dr Monica McAllister Bros great pacer starts at Lexington this afternoon James Spill maD of Garracd bought of A T Scott a bunch of calves at 122 60 Nearly 10000 worth of apples have been shipped out of Ilardln county this year says the Ellzabethtown News The Lexington trots wero knocked out by rain Wednesday The card for that day was to have been raced yester dayA farmer down In Brecklnrldgo County estimates that bo Is getting 81 CO a bushel for his corn by selling his hogs at 7o a pound The 502 acre farm In Madison county sold by R C Boggs was bought by Green B Turley at 839 Corn In the field sold at 8225 to 8275 The race between Boralma and Tbo Abbot to have been trotted at Lexing ton this week was called off on account of the sickness of Boralma The 23 1400pound cattlo to bo sold at Leslie and B D Carters salo Tues day can be seen at the McCarty farm They will not be taken to the tale ro wore about 1000 cattle on the Richmond market Monday Steers brought from 3 to 31c holier 2 to 2c and calves 1 to 2Jc A few sheep wero offered but none sold Gov Beckbam has appointed Dr F T Elsunman of Louisville as delegate from Kentucky to the annual meeting of the Interstate Llvo Stock Association to bo held at Buffalo At Mrs Phelps sale In Madison 18 three year old cattle sold at 829 three yearlings 824 cows from 824 to lao small heifers 89 to 816 one yearling bull 818 100 barrels corn at heap 8225 200 shocks of fodder 121c A Hunn and W W Lyon sold at Louisville in the Roach fc Motherland Horso Show Sale 10 high class eaddlo and harness mares and geldings at an average of 8250 They were woll plea ed with the sale and Charley Reed who has charge of the stable They consider hltnan expert at the business and an altround clover gentleman W O Terbuno bought 49 mule colts at an average ot 824 Levi Miller bought a car of mixed mules at 821 for colts 8t50 for yearlings and 870 to 881 for aged triulea DF Sanders L Co bought 120 hogs of Judge John W Hughes and 89 ot G A Robinson of McAfee at 60 Both lots averaged 100 pounds Rob Goddard weighed 30 ears of corn from his fine fleldof the cereal and they showed 01 poundsHarrods burg Democrat MT VERNON Manchester will have telephone connection with us by tomorrow Rev Harlzfleld U conducting a pro tracted meeting at Christian church We are Informed that the Livings ton Colonel will move to Mt Vernon Jaa1Tbt Rockcastle Oil k Gas Company has been organized with headquarters at this place J G Frith of Brodbead was hero Wednesday representing the arm of Collier d Frith contracting for tele phone poles for shipment to Kentucky points Ohio Indiana Illinois and oth- erStatesUp this writing Tuesday morn log your tcrlbe has failed to learn of the acceptance or refustl of the candi dacy of Daniel Owens and A W Stew art for county judge and sheriff re spectively as offered by the democrat ic county committee- S D Lewis Is In from Tyrone to look after his fences In the county judges race Reuben Mulling the shoo drummer Is In from a five week trip thro tbo mountains by wagon Willis and Wyatt Allen were admitted to bill on their examining trial on the charge of killing Squire James Gatllff The woo man Em Azblll was discharged Mote GatlltT Jelllco and J Polly of Berea returned homo after tbo burial of Squire Gatllfl- Owensboro as well as being one of tho greatest loaf tobacco market In the world le one of the richest com munities In the State and is very pro gressive It has so many enterprises that space forbids mention of them but your scribe must say that in his varied experience no city is ahead ot Owens boro where the independent telephone people hold their meeting on Oct 1 and 2 and were welcomed with open arms and the city turned bodily over to the delegatesJames White and family have moved to Lancaster much to the regret of the progressive citizens of this county Mr White Is a man of energy and push has spent 20 years In our county a portion of which bo was dep uty sheriff and later sheriff and filled other positions of trust In all of which be faithfully discharged his duties to the satisfaction of the people Ho has been ono of tho leaders at all times In any movement that tended to the up building and Improvement of our coun ty and especially did he light for and accomplish much for good roads While ho doesnt tako from the county as much money as some wbo bavo preced 101 him ho carries a clean record of honesty and Is a gentleman A H Bastln was up from Lancaster to confer with Jim Marot on telephone matters and more lines will bo run In this county and other work done at once Ed Short of this place an ex pert lineman Is with the Bastin people at Lancaster for the next few months Editor Albright Judge Williams and some other good men from here took In the Red Mens blow out at Livings ton Tuesday evening Pigeon Kin nalrd ono of our old time Lancaster friends with his brother was here a day or two this week successfully convincing our people ot the benefits of life Insurance That partner of ours In tae telephone business will find him self In serious trouble If be dont stop tolling tales out of school especially about that Owensboro trip John Mulllns was In town W C Mulling one of Livingstons substantial citizens and a mighty good tqan was here Mon day Canada may challenge for the Amer leas cup At Johnson City Tenor Walter Goff shot and killed John Hurst The owner of Boralma gave 85000 to Lexington charities yesterday Improbable won the Futurity for two yearolds at Lexington yesterday James Overton was shot In the leg whllo resisting arrest at Mlddlesboro Through bitattorney Admiral Sampson sent a letter to the Schloy court of Inquiry claiming be was being attacked and requesting representation but Admiral Dewey replied as formerly that Sampson was not before the court Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little impression on those whoso digestion is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with HEK11INE and enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits Price 50c For sale at Pennys Drug Store LANCASTER FOR RrvrIn Lancaster a house of 10 rooms garden and stable Central ly located and well suited for a boarding house For reference John M Grand 8th and Jefferson Streets Waco Texas Corn huskers sprained wrists barbed wire cuts burns bruises severe lacera ions and external injuries or any kind are promptly and happily cured by ap LINIMENTI r rMy 1TiYIt1VdITVYT TyYIT I N I v ITiTlM fjj A l i Word About Overcoats 1 colorsI JVJ j big fellow LIghtweight and heavy 1 STORM COATS DRESS COATS lj iijiWo believe we can please any one whichever style or price may bo IM i wanted jf tj PAYS TO TRADE AT ijjITf GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing a money back if youre not satisfied rG JJYour HIRSCH Danville Cop= zELC BOOTEES The OldjCelebrated HOCKER Brand the only maker of a Ieal Dressy Bootee Nice Soft Tops Heavy Hand Welt Soles TERMS ARE CASH H J McROBERTS FHAPPY fARMER I 111 I tIt We Gore USES UPTODATE I tll MMtlINfRY ItHIGGINSI I I 111 I I111 1 11 1111 People get more than they ask for when they have us fill their prescriptions The public at large is not half so particular as we are In thcse matters We know that our drugs are both pure and of stand ard strength Wo take no chances whatever and never hesitate to pay the cost of making sure Your 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 i the price righ- tPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky +Itltft +tl1itI I U 11III UtiS H I It lilt 1111 s4ItIIt- CO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish land Varnish Stains f 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Jlepretenlatite M FNORTH+ it 1 Furfounty Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney tHARVEY HELM For Dherif M S BAUGHMAN For Autuor tM G REYNOLDS i For Jailer W I HERRIN for School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrates J A Dudderar Ired Compton W D Wallin 0 A Smith W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Coromlsilon for tbe 2J Diitrlct lublect to tbe will oftbe deuiocra Tins from the HarrodsbuiT Demo crat will be sad news to the boys who like a little sugar ani water boloro breakfast Hon John B Thompson has been getting up statistics of the amount of whisky on hand In Kentucky and finds that of the years from 1894 to 07 there are only 17000000 gallons hi sight As the consumption la tbat much a year the chances for a lamlne are good He bas03000 gallons of 189 whisky which he can now sell at 95 cents a gallon which ho would have been glad to sell at 45 cents a year alto He thinks It will go to 8125 theao filt ures of course without the tax of 00 centa The consumption of whisky In the United States a year Is 1C90000 gallons IT Is not likely that a great many democrats will stay away from the polls Nov 5 but It Is absolutely cer tale that no republicans will They will all be on band from early till late for the average rad1 loves to vote early and oltenIf be can If all of tbe democrats In Lincoln county would vote In the coming election the repu llcans would be snowed under so deep tbat they would not be heard from agate In years Let each and over democrat take a hand In brlngln about this desired state of affairs CLAUDE CHINN clerk of Faye te county as a democrat whose account were pronounced about 815000 shot by Inspector Hines and whose offlc has been for some months In the hand of his bondsmen who are taking tbe proceeds to make good the money paid by them to the State falling to get tbe republicans to endorse blm for reelec tlon has announced his candidacy as independent and tbe last end of thai man will be worse than the first NEWS comes Iron Washington that the president Is anxious to bring tht Kentucky factions together and former Gov Bradley may find favor at the White House Mr Roosevelt seems tc be something of a politician but he has a monster job on his bands trylni to harmonize tbe Kentucky republl cant the majority of whom dont know the meaning of the word harmony InowALL honor to Judge Cantrlll for not being driven from the bench by Caleb Powers lawyers In his trial at George town The attorneys for the defense were not afraid of not getting a fair trial for that Is what they do not want It WBB only a grandstand play partly for use on the court of appeals TIIERE Is still dickering about tbe trial of Caleb Powers at Georgetown The defendants attorneys are using every effort to get a continuance but I Judge Cant rill has very sensibly over ruled all such mntlqns and It was like ly that the trial would begin last night MISSISSIPPIS personalty rolls for taxation has just been turned In and they furnjsh remarkable statistics There Is only 892000 worth of jewelry In the State but tbere arc 7000 pis tols Probably some of the pistollito ters put their weapons In as jewelry YESTERDAYS Central Record con tamed a good picture and writeup of ExGov James B McCreary who will succeed the unspeakable Deboe PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT bought three horses and three vehicles yesterday and It wasnt a good day for that business either r POLIO President Roosevelt has been drawn right Into the middle of the lively row York atjSanr ii B Hhprutcher celebrated hii 98tb ttbda1 at Cwensboro He cast hisI first vote for John Quincy Adams 1824 Thomas Vaughan and Wm Broad due were nominated for county ju e and clerk respectively by the democrats of Estill Pension Agent Leslie Combs lunched with Mr Roosevelt He and Editor Roberts talked over tbe Kentucky lit uatlon with the president Judge Robblns at Clinton decided tbat Mott Ayres of Fulton Is the regular democratic nominee latlvo In the let Legislative districtI Daviees county belInformedHon sallvhanoon In the Interest of the democratic ticketRev M P Lowry whom the repub llcans nominated for representative In Clark declined to accept and Eo W Reeves tbe nominee for judge was withdrawn and nominated in his place Charles A Bookwalter republican was elected mayor of Indianapolis de featlog Charles Maguire the democratic candidate Tne entire republ can ticket Is thought to have been vlc torloua Tbe National Rivers and Harbors Congress which has been In session In Baltimore adjourned after adopting resolutions setting forth the need of improvements In the water ways of theI country and urging that Congress tako action as early as possible upon the isthmian canal question The Alabama democrats who OPPOO tbe ratification of the dew constitute it a meeting held In Birmingham proposed that an election of white votera mly be held one week In advance of fle regular election each side to be round by the result It Is believed the atlQcatlonlsta will reject this propos Ion The postotllce department has deilt cd to place President McKinleys head on tbe pew Issue of postal cards w lob rill appear shortly after Dec next The design as explained by Actlo Postmaster General Madden Includes the year of birth and year of death Im- medIately at the left and right respect rely of the name McKinley whit w1l1 bedlrectly under the bead CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Haglna subject for next unday morning will be Conscience renlng Saved by Grace The 30th annual session of the Kentucky conference of the African Meth odlst Episcopal Zion church Is In es- slon at Madlsonville President J W McUarvey of The allege of tbd Bible Lexington w1l1 be here to conduct an ordjnatlon serf vice at the Christian church on Oct 20tb Preaching at morning service At the Methodist Conference the fol 10wlnR appointments were made In this- tbe Danville district Presiding EI- der J R Deering Danville J O A Vaujfbt Harrodsburg C J Nugent Icbolasvllle EG B Mann Perry v1l1e W A Penn Mackvllle C M umphrey Chaplain J T J Flzer East Pulaski Price Smith Burgle A P Jones Salt River E J Terrill Sal- visa W B Ragan Richmond H Turner College Hill P C Eversole Lancaster L Robinson Somerset J W Simpson West Pulaski Green V- Todd Burnslde Bath Nelson Moreland S M Carrier Wllmore W W- Green Stanford W E Arnold Preach erullle R H Hobbs E G B Mann secretary of education J W Hughes presldeDt of Asbury College Program for the Lincoln County rlstlan Missionary Convention to beheld at Mt Moriab Saturday Oct 10 1901 10 A il Devotions Elder A J ughertee 015 Address Bro W T May 035 Song 1040 Address Elder B J Pinkerton 11 A M Song 105 Report of the County Evangelist Elder J G Livingston 125 Reports of tbe churches In tbe countyrooo Dinner hour II M Devotions 115 Address Are the Boys and- OIrls Neglected George L Carpenter 135 Song 140 Address Elder A R Moore 200 Song 205 Address Elder Joseph Ballou 225 Song 230 Address Elder J Q Mon tgom ery 250 Song service conducted by J W Ireland 300 Closing remarks by Bro P W- Carler chairman Tbere was more shooting at the Em- plre mines in Christian county inward Silver won the Transylvania at Lexington yesterday It took seven Iheals to decide the race Long a civil war veteran etepped on a railroad track In a fog at Tejrsonvllle and was killed Four persons are reported to bave- been killed and three Injured in s- freight wreck at Lombard Ill ballots for the election to be ISAMPLE Nov 5 will be ready for Saturday morning IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ross Warren a well knowp atock dealer Is dead In Anderson- Pulaski Oil Co struck a pocket at 011 45 feet In a well near Somerset Tile Edwin Rostell Company play leg Don Caesar stranded at Somer setHiram Jones was arrested on the charge of wrecking a train near Pine vllle The September dividend of the Sun nybrook 011 Company In Wayne was 800 per cent The court ol appeals reversed tbe Mercer circuit court In the case of tbe city of Harrodsburg vs Harrodsbi Water Co- Charles M Madorls a prospero s farmer and stock trader who resides about five miles south of Columbia committed suicide by hanging blmself In his barn Cause unknown H L Huddleeton a clerk in the war department In Washington has been arrested on the charge of cashing a government warrant made out in lavor of Lt Charles H Morrow of Somer setA work train on tbo L N rolled over a steep embankment on the Log Mountain switch 10 mites North of Mlddlesboro killing Engineer Jamel Shumate and seriously Injuring everyone of the crew The houses of Hon Dave C May and Mrs Cooley a widow both in the Per ryvillo section were dynamited but nobody was hurt Neighborhood os tip had connected tbe names of the two In a scandalous way- Arrangements for a division of tbe sophomore and junlorclasses In collel1e and the reinstatement of Dr A B Nelson as a coInstructor with Prof C B Crooks In the branches of matbt mattes and astronomy have been made at Centre College Postmaster Trimble of Somerset bas been required to make good ISH difference la postage rates for having permitted a publisher to place certain wonting on the wrapper of his papers tad still obtain publishers rates Tho publisher refused to pay postage at tho nlghcr rates having the postmasters luthorlzatlon Fred Conn sent us two turnips tbat reigned four pounds each Mrs Hobt the accommodating operator at the tel iphooo exchange sold 20 acres of corn at Prcachersvllle in the field for 1250 J C Slier sold 12 1000 pound steers 10 Mr Gubanks at 4c John Cress old even calves to James Miller at 812 Lancaster Record K1NGSVILLE Rev Dr Allen of Danville Is ox acted Sunday to till his appointment aDd commence a protracted meeting We wish to repeat another compl ment we have beard passed on your Iddleburg correspondent viz lIe always says something and doeen write iceilely to fill up space II Mrs Henry Gooch while driven with her husband Sunday afternoon was severely Injured They were reo rnlng from the baptizing at Wayne burg and collided with another vehicle we are told Mrs Goocha arm was brokenThe J didnt raeao to but It mad a misstatement In lu last istue You respondents visit to Flemlngsbur was postponed owing to tbe illness of- ber aunt with fever However we expect to visit later In the little city of emlngsburg which the reo minds the writer of Ltincoloe count seatMrs J A Wright of Lexington tbe guest of her daughter Mrs W R Cundiff Mrs James Hyatt and Miss Bastin of Ewell spent several days- wlth Mrs CundlfT Mrs T L Shelton of Rowland was the recent goes of her mother Mrs Pealra Mrs J L Johnson is the guest of friends at McKinney rev J H Thompson pastor of tbi M E church Is to remain with bls con regatloD another year Mr Thompson Is well liked and his congro satlon seems not only satisfied but- well pleased that ho la to preach for- tbem another year Rev Eclerk SClenco Hill preached at the M E- cburch Sunday night MATRIMONIAL U Laporte Ind Charles Harris ajled 80 was married to Miss Sallie Crew youthA of 16 led a blushing malden 01 41 to the altar at Topeka Kan tbe- otber day F B Roy of Casey and Miss Margaret Cullp of this county were made- ono at M G Reynolds near Waynes burl yesterday- Dr Benjamin G Allen of omer et- seoured license yesterday to marry MIss Gertrude Pennybacker of Kings- vllle on the 23d- AJIBEBLAIS COUGH REMEDY SAVED illS BOYS LIFE I believe I saved my nine yoar old boysllfe this winter with Chamberlains Cougb Remedy says A M Hoppo Rio- Creek Wis He was so choked up- wltb croup that he could not speak gave It to him freely until he vomited- and in a short time ho was all right For- aale by Craig Hocker Druggists S It Is denied In Washington that Great- Britain hay surrendered any polntalna- greeing to the Isthmian canal treaty it1 r r r IThe Louisville GREAT Store 81t1 Closirjg Out Sale To Quit BusinessfJ sale will continue until every dollars worth of are If you have not taken advantage of this great slaughter I11This your neighbor who has Dont wait until the best I are out you may never have such a chance again IfATg STgAND BELOW COST I Now is the time to buy your Dry Goods iShoes Clothing forts Blankets Carpets c All these good will be offeredcomI at half price and less than half price We must get rid of i goods and killing prices will do the work I5c 4ply Lmencol 11Mens styles at 5c Mens 1 Negligee Shirts collars and cuffs detachedI go now at 49c Mens 50c good work shirts reduced to 25c wool socks 25c we have 15 dozen IIquality lOc Neckwear cut to I 23c 150 pairs mens gloves all kinds former prices 75c to 2 now only 49c I 75 Boys school suits all sizes 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 in a I Bros Tim INTERIOR JOURNAL Courle Journal and Bryans Commoner tt big three one year for 12 IS NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Deortofj Harvester ExlraatF- ixtures but keep none but the Icnulno Dnlea the name Deeringappears on them you DJg know CAlUE thev Turn not HuitonTllI FOR RENT and about M acre of land Nice Stanford pike 0 3 miles from Danville on for wheat toacres J J MU01tF Danrllle Ky COAL I have decided tc remain at Itowland this winter and continue In the coal bulned than ever to handle I am better prepared coal and sollcit of your patronage I handle the best rade Jelllc coal T L S11ELTUN Rowland Kj LAND FOR SALE the balancq of tbe Sixty nino acre belt Win lNleas land yet unsold Hounded lIohon nd Uloom eld the Frankfort lklhi and Ivlnt not one tulle from town to suit lurcblUer a a ron burg tlo2917 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLI AT HUBTONVILLE the close of builne In the State or Kentucky at Stpt 5oth10U1- RESOURCES II18S3 OverdraCt Loans and discountunecured 2OU U secured and ltf 00 S Jloiidi to secure ckculatlon and Saturn 2W 00 anVing llouee furniture Due finks not Re Due IOn 8Iue from State Banks and DHI from pprove t reserve jenti 1591 hecki nd other eashltems 191 Internal Revenue Stamps otet ol other National Bnkir- actlon 17250 nickel and l eurrrncrpaper Gl 00 cents awful Money Re erv In Bank v- iiSpecie JOuI Q edemption fund with U S Treasurer Gl5 O per cent of ciiculalion w I urplu Capltlltoclc paid 2SW Of fond Undivided profits less expense and 3253 9l taxes paid W atlonal Bank notes ouutau ding dividual deposits subject to check 79691 61 I J W cashier of the bon named Unk do lolemnlacar that the above statement II true to the best of myJk1Ywa Kcnbelie Subscribed and twotn to belore me this 7th day ol Oct JWt O W IJUHJNlLC- J W PojVBtt II IIROff v nlrectori TJ ItOlJISWN J a Ladies 150 and 2 all sizes go at 50 Bolts Good O Cloth 7 worth 7 I2c as long as it lasts at 5eJPearl Button all sizes the knd you pay lOc for We have 10 left on ly 5cIreal value from to go in this sale at 25 to 450IWe have a f of ladies and misses capes and furs and latest styles Prices cut in Ladies 50c Union Suits 350 of at 98cII The Louisville Store I StanfordSalinger Prors whcleordiVldcdV Apprl KyLf ACnllo1Jd1 TOlatIGIIIIi5 loS 7- 2Total169913 Gloves KidI different patterns complete jackets halfr 25cLadies Collarettes Kentucky I CUMMINS A MCLARY 4JDealers iq Clothing Furnishings rind Shoes Stanford Ivy will give u pair of Queen 83 Show to the Lady pending lint correct answers or n pair of W L Douglas 83 Shoos to Gentlemen sending ilrit correct answer Answers received until Nov 15 IDOL WHAT CAN YOU FIND ON A PENNY 1 Part of n river i An nninml2 u nnuanu nu 3i girls delight t I t Pnrt of n hill R A weapon of oflcnfof 0J neccwity for a tonchor 7 What we nil like 8A fruit r 0e1 punishment 10 A metal 11 A weapon of defense1 12 What our ancestors fought ibr 13 What fowls o1t14k A sign of victory A uM n IP One of the live 15 Part of a whip 17 A preposition 9 18 Part of n floornnn wn uuw 10 A flower20 What a book agent innst have Call or scud for answer blacks1New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Ever t ingPerfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will ho appreciated Goods del r red promptly Gall sad see us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street Ii u1 A RUN ON SOAP lU Notice our lOc Soap Display Any 5J Cakes for 25c Guy 7 Cokes ibr 50c Some of our popular brands arc Tonka Taipa Heather Dell Ssvon Royal Hello trope Florentine a la Violet La France Rose Virginia Violet Lana Oil buttermilk Marguerite Carnation Crushed Lilacs Roses Carnations Lilies Norlnkle Skin Soap Craddocks Medicated Blue Carbolic Sulphur Tar and Witch Hazel CRAUCG M KER v lrTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ASTANFOUU KYOCT 11 1001 L1CoTUY tho Judea Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work li unsurpass l PennyDrug e j PERSONALS 0 D OWENS was in Lexington MRS E P MOIUTZ U Improved shIClarytonSunday J W DALES of Richmond was hero Wednesday 0 V GENTRY Is attending the Lex ington races HON R O WARKEN went to Frank I CLEEstudy dentistry bliss J E FAltttis U visiting rela tlvei In Danville MRS II 0 HCTLEY It vliltlng rela lives at Parkivllle MRS ANNIE LABLKY tpcnt several day In LUIaciton- MR J D CARTER of Garrard past yetterdavI tho West End It with the Mlttet King BLKDSOB BAILEY It visiting Jita P15 ter Mri H D Gregory In Covlnirtoo MRS DR J M OWENS of Somcr sit It visiting the family of Dr L U Cook Miss JENNIE PENCE It back from a t delightful visit to her titter In Mil tourlMu TIM W OIOOINS of Louisville pent a few days with frlondt and rela tine hero t A LITTLE daughter hat further blotted the union of Mr and Mrs W II Wearen MR J 0 WILLIS wife and Mr C K Woods wore here from Crab Oroh S ard Springs yesterday Wn learn with deep regret that Mr Jesse P Rlffe ono of the Wet Bnda beet eIUaen It In very bad health MRS A K MYBRS and bright little boy Norman bare returned from a protracted visit to relatives In Chicago REV GuoiiGR O BAUNKS writes u 5C to change the address of hit paper to 2101 Wyoming Avenue Washington CityMiss PKARL DURNBIUE left Tuesday for Columbus Ga to spend several months with her sister Mr K P GAO D WKATHEHKOUU and W S Drye of Uuiionvllle were In Lexington Wednesday looking for good horses MRS UtSSIK PHILLIPS and hand tome little ion Freddie of Danville spent several days with her titter Mm J S Owtloy Jr HARRY JEKKEHSON of Louisville peclal agent of the Continental Insur ante Co spent several days with local agent It U Mahony MR AND Mils D A SlIANAIIAN and ton Dennis bavo returned from Cov ington Va where they spent the turn merCourlerJournalJ who returec from Harrodsburg yesterday told poImportancecer circuit court liON Jon D HAIUIIB was again teen Qn our streets Monday still weak from the clTcctt of his recent lilacs t but on the high road to recovery Richmond Register MR ROWAN SAUKLEY of this office hall a narrow escape In a runaway Tuesday night Do was considerably bruised and scratched but was able to be at his poet yesterday GEORGE Bout N and wire of Ba rodtburif Mrs Gaines S Rice of Washington City and Miss Ora WIN more of Nlcbolasvllle wore rcgUtcro3 at the Asaph Hotel yesterdayaJAMES B leI and T K Adams leave today for Mt Vernon where they will go Ip camp for a few days und try their lue flthlng Markibury Cor Advocate MR JESSE M ALVERSON of t INTERIOR JOURNAL was In this cl Sunday He U a mighty good demo crat and one of tbo county election commissioners for Lincoln Danville L NewsGENIAL W Ff SIIERIDAN formerly chief dispatcher of this division of t L k N hat been made train master of tbo Henderson division Ho deserves every promotion that the company can give him MR W M DODD of Hustonvlllo a staunch democrat and who can toll tho worth of a horse at a glance was In Cont lumbla last week with a Southern tleman who wab looking for roadsters Adair News W L PHILLIPS after spending a couple of weeks with his mother and friends has returned to Indianapolis f where be will pursue his third years study In dentistry Will Is a clover young man and Is rapidly making his way to the front OUR thanks are duo Mr Charles M Rico tbo clever Danvillo hotel man loran Invitation to the celebration of his 45th birthday which takes place this evening He encloses a very com prebenslvo menu which Is so tempting we are to try and bo with biro and help him celebrate Eu KEVIUS leaves Sunday for Fort locatingMttnight clerk at tbo McCollum Hotel Junction City- TENTON SHAIIPE a valued Casey unty patron paid flits oillce a sub ttantlal call Wednesday LOCALS FllEStl fish at wrr Bradys BoYerancoSees CUMMINS d MCCLARY tell the best oes Lap robes at J C Me WEDDING presents In endless variety at Hamiltons Fertilizer Drills at 101 Gee IOWEOA d Co SCHOOL books and school supplies at raig A Rockers DONT fdrgot the EGO rate the L d N often to Cincinnati Sunday NICE lino of hauand now millinery just opened at the Misses Straub AN elegant line of heating stoves at George H Farris L Cot See then before you buy THE residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton Is for rent Apply at this office 101dlnJbedlrlor Withers Furniture Co THE Loultvllle Store It telling Pearl Buttons at Cc per dozen and not GOo as our typos made us say last Issue HARRY BISHOP who thot and killed James Davis at Somerset was hold ov er to the circuit court without bail MontJaybuyand you will bo sure to ect good ones yIleaauction on Saturday 20th Sco ad WE have plenty of all kinds of Iced job at bay corn oats and tblpiituff Cheap for Dash J H Baugbraan o RMKMUER the solo of Leslie and Bony Carter near Turnertvlllo next Tuesday Head their ad elsewhere In tblt paper A STRICTLY up todato book and job aDd or this olllco None but printer of flee above description need apply I WILL bo ready to oft county road claim county court day Every tax palor In the county It requested call In end pay his taxs at once S M Owens sheriff MONEY FOR TEACHERS Supt Oar land Singleton Informs ut that bo bat received 20 per cent of tho school fund due the teacher of this county which bo will pay out tomorrow Mdroan trip tickets to tbo PanAmerican Ex sition each Tuesday Thursday an of the present month at 81005 good for five days NEW TYPE This office hat Jutt placed an order for a big lot of new j type which wllLbo In this week It allot tho very latest taco and It will enable us to glvo you finer work than over at little lower figure than any oth er olllco In tbo State WRECK A freight on the Cumber Waelrp to Engineer Shumate killed Eight core were ditched and tbo engine went dewy a 7G loot embankment A piece Iron placed between tbo male rail nd guard rail caused the wreckg JOHN PULLIAM of the Harrodsburg evidentky a toes growing on tomato vines It m potatotyslnco bo mado a visit to the country WAYNESIIURO Mr E B Caldwoll Jr who was hero Wednesday gave usItbo following sows ItomsDutchI hoGooch who has been quite HI Is im proving slowly H H Caldwell is Jet MrsIIstroke of paralysis Mrs N H Goocb had her arm broken caused by rccolv lag a kick from her horse while on her way to too Baptizing lust Sunday DrICaldwell was sent for and sbn U Improving slowly under bis taro WITHERS Mrs S Laban Withers who was a daughter of tho late Thorn ton Porter died at noon yesterday aft tel a long Illness of cancer Besides her husband six children thoyounR- elltonlv two years old aro left to feel the want of a tender mothers care and toys Mrs Withers had for years been a strict member ofthe Chrletl church and was pefectly ready BndI willing to meet her maker A til oclock this morning after short services at the grave all shafts mortal of the lov Ins wife and mother will be laid to rest 5trouDdMuohand little children whose loss Is great Indeed 1 CASH paid for eggs Rackott Store your suit of Oummina and Mc eClary KEEP your eyo on osaleadvertise meats BUY overcoat of Cummins fc McClary andComfy of all kinds Severance S Sons LARGE assortment of presents a Embry S Englemans W E can save you money on Underwear and Hoilery J P Jones STOCK of single and doublebarrel tbotgunn just In Craig k HocKcr STATEMENTS of our tbreo solid bank log Institutions appear la this Issue SEE our mede skirts waists and petticoats Severance Si Sons SEE Hamiltons stock of wedding presents tlon before volt make your setae SEE our new lino of beating and cook stoves coal bod tc John Bright JrL Co Tilt fiscal court apjourned yestcrdf afternoon A statement of its work will appear next Issue HOUSE and Lot toL N crossing on Danvillo Street for sale de irteed cattle E O Singleton Crab Orchard wb1oNDAYwill also bo a mighty good time for you to drop In and pay for your paper or any other bill you may owe this office To LKUANON Sheriff S M Owens arrested John Taylor colored at HUJ tonvlllo and took him to Lebanon w here ho was wanted for disobeying a tummons NOT TatIt reported hero- esterday that James Jvannedy of the Preaobertvlllo section bad been shot and killed but wo are glad to state tbat there U no truth in the reportP CAPITALISTS should bear In mind that 63 shares of stock In tho Huston vlllo National flank will be sold at the solo of the late W D Weatherford be tastes at 10 qclock sharp Saturday Oct ADJUUUED INSANEMP David J Alcorn was adjudged Insane and Sheriff S M Owen left with him this morning for Lakeland Asylum Mr Alcorn has been in bad shape men tally for same time Tim court of reversed tbo lower court In flee case of James Hock uwi ageless the Q C railroad Becker was hurt at Lawnla and a jury awarded him 12600 for his injuriesC JIM TALL for shooting In Mocks vlllo and misbehaving In various way on the creek caught a floe of 110 In Judge Carson court Wednesday It took four darkles to put Jim In arshal Jones not caring to tool salt Tall was very muqh Intoxicated Armstrongdaro candi dates for police judge of Junction City and the race for marshal has develop ed versa candidates Messrs J Len Shannon W W Penn Samuel Dos ClewleWE can testify to ihe truthfulness tbo following from tbo Harrodsburg Democrat Harrodsburg draws mar 3epeople Saturdays and county court day than any place In Kentucky The dieted yesterday was immense and ful ly as largo all assembles at Stanford Lancaster and Danville combined FOR WOMENS EYES Rainbow ef sets In chiffon are a fancy for evening owns Sometimes as many as live thicknesses of chiffon aro laid over a satin or taffeta foundation each boo log of a different tint The Idea Is to obtain an indescribable but fascinating lending of shades In the outer robo of whitceOMITTED That tried and truo dew ocrat James 1h Carter of Moreland writes Your Lancaster correspondent In naming gentlemen of his count ty who wore not chapped In their polit- Ical views because of a tow month ser vice under republican rule omitted the democratic nominee for assessor of his county Tho M Austin a truer democrat better official or more worthy gentleman than whom can not bo found in this broad land The democrats of old Grrrord did the right thing In put ting him on top ticket and doves hop ing bo and his good ticket will win by an overwhelming majority HANDSOME BOMMrJobn Foster will move his family Into elegant sex residence on the Knob Lick pike about Nov 1 It will bo whoa completed one of the handsomest homos In coo county and besides fli- ti Is a marvel of convenience blr Foster planned tho building herself Ptasarchitect In Lore senses than one JIA Allen t Co did the carpenter work which Is about completed Bn which Is amos satisfactory job tp M Foster While the house was beta built Mr Foster played the role of head carpenter on an immense barn which would be a credit to a man of years experience GET a guest In for the shoe Cum mined McClary are giving away SUIT SINOLETON who has spent 10 day visiting the schools of this Ip60oWhen you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to Craig A Hock ere Drug Store and get n free sample of Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tab youtstetheadache FOR SALE Fortr Three good young Ewe bred to sand C nuctLUrJNN FOR RENTCottage three rooms and kitchen Place SometraitMRS MARY WHORTON PUBLIC SALE I Thursday October 24th 1901 to sharpyThnoIbyTerm sale1Wt Turner Tlll Vitae OreDo you know what It is If not It will byatchingor addressing Ipso NOIL Geolo Agt1larkebury Town Lots For Sale lalnStatIugleaa4oclakp Saturday October 26th 1901 Thrworwbich loll sro 00x100 iiOjioO and 44x100 and frost on Main itrrtU The lot on vhlrh tbe rroatonlrhillipsawhole2YNJ miLUrS Stanford Kjr PUBLIC SALE Of Personalty oldyon Hustonville pike on SATURDAY OCT 26 IDOl yearlinggoollgr3gOQdworkt1 J wagonbutnuoer combined disc harrow S 3turnlagpluwswewngoaharaeesaodfoureeteplowgear furniture Ttrms All sums of 110 and under cash atcurltpsStanfordT SALEbOf Stock and Crop nCRrpenterTllle eta the Mlddleburg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 I9OI The following described property 30 two yearold cattle cattle lot milk cows tour of them registered Jerseys one palr5 ear old work mules ono 8 yearthishumpginludingLot farming Implements In good shope 3 2liorso wagons 1horso wagon har seas horse power and teed cutter Terms mado known on day of sale JAMES L Y ANTIS Hustonville Ky PUBLIC SALE I Land Stock Crop Household Goods Having decided togo West wo will sell at public auction at my place mile north of JunctionTUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 My farm containing 01 acres of land well Improved with good dwelling with six rooms cistern at door plenty at lasts Ing water on term good barn 40x50 granary buggyhouse und all necessary Im tenetsgfarmtlvatlon balance In grass Farm Is within of church school postofllce and store In good neighborhood and one of tho cIcreonaltponsistshorse 7 years old fate for women and children 1J yenr uld mare 4year old sad dle mare 2yearold Chester Dare stud col i dam by Gray Eagle 2 pairs aged work mules pair 3 year o d mare mulesn sad die horses 0 years old 4yssr old mare j mule well broke S3 1400pound fat cattle milk cows and calves S yearling steers elect calves 40 tat liege 15 stock hogs 8 sows and 4 oleo Ilerkahlre boor shoats ready for service 3 nice Berkshire gilts 75 spitesBwagon 3 sets wagOn harness 3 sets buggy harness 6 pairs plow gear barred Plymouth chickens 30 Pekln ducks household und kitchen utensils 60 acres of corn 10 acres SemeadowtCarter for the vents 1003 and 3 goodstand grass At same time and place will tent rSve etc la on Uo McOartp farm anIline Ivlah DR610 and under cash over that amount a deBala0 LESLIE CAHTEK k A D ROOT tl fs r We Are ReadyWith a Complete Line of lied r Staple and Fanou Groceries Hardware W Cutler stoves Tinware Lime Salt Cement Glass and Queensware Field Seeds J E M Flour- John Bright Jr Cot TIle Greeij River Development CoIi VicePresidentW I tDirectors Wm Hicks L V Pettyplice W S Foutz 8 P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under tbe laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 19 Princeton Ave Blticfleld t jW Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky as1Capitalf t on tbe 0 S It R Three wells bave drilled on adjoining lauds and beenA OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIESyOne well being within 30 yards of this composts This company has pur i chased tho latest patented rig and reel together with boiler and all new 6500shares j used only In the development of the property Application for stock can be made Middletos f pan a P GRAY Gfoeral rRnAAr 1Jlnn Ttu n 00 r 1 UNDRRDirect nl t For Men Women and Children HiLadiesChildrens Garments 15c to 25c Childrens Union Suits 25 to 50c J Mens Garments 25c to Mens Union Suits 175I f Boys 30c Garments to clouse out at 15cr The beet line of Hosiery you ever looked at heavy ribbed cotton good plain and fleeced lOc to 25c Cashmere treat IBc to bOcIDont forget that out Shoes are the best Eggs taken in exchange for goods at tbe highest market price JOIN P JONES Stanfrod 1Iwill toll you what we have IWodS For Walking Skirts fuch homespun 43c yard 1tjAll wool Black Cheviot Serge SOcyard 54 inch gray plaid back 100 yard M Inch black Kersey New Dress trimmings new corduroys N250yardI45c new tinted velvets for waists flannels for waists new silks for waists a IReadyMade and SkirtsIWe have put In a lino of above goods from rbest factories and they have the right set andfIthe them Let us show you these now goods in I y the lines we ca- rrySeverance ISons i7rCSbrtz114a1C1I1LVltrrZ 9LY119 s QS FARM FOR SALE p fining decided to locate pnmanentlT In Lan aster will wit to the o- naturday Oct Igtl1 1901 linnperonof ice and a fraction anus lituetedoalknr111eA Lexington turnpike t wile laltellllSXwithineloodreodllEonedellrtngIvyOr II- i Waists lrGREAT I Tilts MOtTUlJI have located at fhelmpeople the worth of your money You will J always find bargains at store I am selling secondhand Clothing equal to also new Clothing and Gents i etcHoping to newtronize me promising you fair give you Invitation to visit Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and see me when you come to town Wo will sell dour and meal from Morris atpricesCINCINNATI 1M THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post qfflce at Stanford at leondclait matter rub11ahdXus anFcLvA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH When not lopatdmzOO will bsebargsd KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North II M a m 24II u u211am2II n SouthM IJ So am WB2pia For alllFolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No2S ArrrlTfs at Stanford at 108 K No24 Leave Stanford at 210 AM No 21 Arrlrts at Rowland at 1200 DAT No22 Loaves Stanford at 280 r R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over lfigg1Da McKtnnoysStoi- Telephone No 49 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoZizanay Sy Make and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meat ShlpUuCT Iran Chick en Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Cm tom grinding specialty D V Kennedy HillerNEW LIVERY STABL- Es BTTCSS S 35NPron JUNCTION CITY KV FirstClass Turnouts aReasonable Rates- Special Attention to Traveling Men and Nay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses And Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W LOgan Wood Manager H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call FHRMFOR SALE Containing 183 acres two miles south of ilcKInnny on ITS acres under fence and ics Ilcroscleared Has two dwelllnlt with necessary outbuildIngs to both and well watered Cnn bo sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole Yoe further Information can on or address J S MOTLEY McKlnuoy Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of about acres 214 miles from Hus tonvllle on Morrland Station and Carper ters Station pike also a good grist with good traction engine sell rea onabl to JOHN DINWIDDIE lmTlustonvhle Ky THE Queen Crescent and RouteI PanAmericail Exposition BUFFALO May lat to Nov fat 1901 1Icul1l0n rates and special train service will to announced later The Tan American tho greatest American Expos Ition Blnco the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway AImlnu7fIS I n wow a neaULLa 5Lpeiywwe31w oL VMITUELt f wt d itloAtt rry 4f Fainting Repairing lam prepared to Paint and your- buggY carriage or wagon Orstclatyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle now for very little money J Stanford madeI A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OQcsow McRoberu Drug Store In the OwileT ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKiAnd Lime Cement Sec 01 Write For Prices RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the shaded grounds present a plent ape Quests be gluon walling at tendon Rates Adults U per week dren under 12 years of age 250 horses 550 week For further intormatlor- apply toW H V XJGHAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asaph HotclStanford Oct 23 and 21 examined and glasesllcleniIOcaUyadJusted- Offico hours 9 a m to 6 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PMOPBIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I at alt times furnish lb belt o- fFlour MOM Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising W give the best ionri torgei meyou bear lu mind always that I need your MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be in Dantllle Mondays Wolnesjsrs and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat unlajs Office In the 1ennlngton Uull41ng13t nfordOI See hours 9 to 12 AI 1 to r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr T Still or t depends on the for itiand Physiology ulndples of Anatomy sorurglcalopontionranicdmaeiatng super utoral Osteopathy views man ai a machine of so many lu It adjustment When all parts ara properly adjusted and not overworked health II the Somol the disease treated byua Noll Proatr Uon Eyes ha utsteed LldssGoitre tlrer and Dltntet Conitlpatlon Iuiunu Enlarged Prostate all 8tom Intestinal troubles of Bones and Uloc tloiuBtlffJoInU AlaFemaleFree J+ G + MCGbMY CIHDBBTAKBB EMBALMER And Dealear In BABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY it HAYS UKD3BBTAZESS DKALBRJ IS FarultureMnttinjjsRuRS And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture lot all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Price right STANFORD KENTUOKY k l l NEWS NOTES Flro in the Peabody Coal CoV dooka at Chicago caused a loss of 8100000 The Now Orleans port it the second- mostlmportan ol the United States The fall term of tae United States court opens at Louisville on Monday Claus Sprockets rrildenco a Francisco was robbed of 5000 wbrth of jewelryIBurglars made an unsuccessful at tempt to rob the Deposit Bank at Plcasurovllle After 40 years of active service Rear Admiral ScUley went on the retired list Wednesday The ninth annual meeting of the Kentucky Bankers Association Is ID session at Mammoth Cave The State of Texas is starting prose cutlons against the fraudulent oil com panics in the Beaumont field John Walden Jr and Frank Ltebold were Injured In a buggy rasa neat O v cnsboro and the former will die Mrs Robert wife of the late Garret A Hobart has sent her check for 1250 toward the ransom of Miss Stone Tom McGuffy shot and accidentally killed the daughter of Tom Clalboro- wblle fooling with a rifle at Scottsvllle Miss Ellis Glenn who dressed and lived as a man for years goes free by a decision Just rendered at Parkeraburg WVa Arthur Goebel stated at Georgetown hat Gov Durbin would honor the reo tiUltton for W S Taylor within six lung The Now York 1 aeht Club declined Sir Thomas Uptons proposal to ruco the Shamrock It next summer for the Americas CUD Three children perished to a fire near Omer Mich Tbe parents were so badly burned save them that they will dieIPhil Sheridan eon of Gen Phil Sheridan Is dangerously withhold ty fever at West Point Military Academy where he la a cadet It Is stated that Peter Arlund has se cured an option on the Chesapeake Nashville road and will extend tho line from Gallatln to Nashville Mrs Ben C Perkins wife of the jailer of Shelbyville died as the result of shock and fright suffered whet a mob attacked the Jail and lynched two Negroes Harry Ivory and Charles Perry Ne groes were hanged at Philadelphia for tho murder of Roy Wilson white a professor in the law department of tbo University of Pennsylvania Tbo union minors who have been in camp near Madlsouvllle have gone to their homes and It is reported that the other Hopkins county camps will soon bo broken up No further disorder has occurred In either Hopkins or Christian county In hU charge to the grand jury at Newport Circuit Judge Hodge directed an Investigation not only of tho poolrooms but also the manner and method adopted by city and county offi cers acting without process of circuit court to close them Tho merchant millers of Kentucky Ohio Indiana Michigan Pennsylva nia Illinois Tennessee and Missouri are preparing to renew their old fight against what they term a discrimina tion in freight rates in favor of row wheat as against wheat flour Got a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Craig llockors drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed Dy constipation as if often the case with pills Regular size 23c per box Carrie Nation the Kansas saloon smasher is In Jail at Wheeling W Va because she will not pay a tine of 820 give a peace bond or leave town She entered a saloon there accompan led by 400 women and men but the pc lice arrested her before she could do anything Four men were killed two were more tally wounded and three others were slightly wounded during a tight which occurred Sunday between the Morgan ot Lee county Va and the Cbadwellf of Claiborne Tenn at Big Springe near Tazewell Tenn The fight took place near a church while services were in progress Sport rivaling in excitement that of a buffalo bunt is scheduled to take place in Washington and Iron counties and across the Utah line into Northern Arizona when the people of Canaan district expect to set forth and exter minate as many desert horses as caQ be rounded up Two years ago there was a similar bunt and nearly 500 horses were killed This year they have again become numerous that they are a nuisance BRAIN FOOl NONSENSE Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent authori ties They have silly notion that one kind of food is needed foi brain another for musco and still an olber for tontl A correct diet will not only nourish a patlculr part of the but it will every other part bodYI however food may be its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion or must for their butklne regular doses the medicine of the Fl wer bcahhy Inlllione A few doses aide dl- gcstlon stimulates tho liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and You can get Dr O G Greens reliable remedies Oct Greens at Pennys Drug Store Special Almanac ti3s IThere are thousands of people sullering torture from plies because of the popular impression that they cannot be cured TABLEHS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and the pa tient will remain tired Price oOc in bottles tubes 7lic For sale at Pennys The State auditor has sent out no tics to the life insurance companies doing business In Kentucky that the State board of valuation and assess ment will moot today to determine tho value of the franchises of each company IMlu Stone and her captors have been In the mountains on the Turk Ish frontier and jt Is reported that art rangements have been made to surround the brigands with troops We have seen the frail infant when the faint struggle for existence stewed almost- cnded resuscitated and made strong by tho use of WHITES CREAM VEItUI FUOE Price 21 cents For sale at Pennys Drug Store AU a man has to do to make his wife ask him suspiciously what he Is think log about is for him to sit still for 10 minutes and keep his mouth shut A stitch in time saves nine and a lose of IULLAUD8 HOREHOUNDSY RUP at tho beginning of a cold wilt savo you many weary house and even days of distressing and harassing cough Price 25 and 60 centa For sale at Penny As many as three rings asparkla with gems are worn on the little finger of the right band of the fair Part sienna Trotting meeting Lexington Oct SlS Low rates one fare round trip via Q b C Route dully from all points In Kentucky Ask ticket ageats for particulars There li uixeCUnh In this Ktion of tbs ceunirr than all otkerdlwaiM put together and fw ra was to be In and dconrronoucurItsad if cotuunilr talllni to cur niDt prcoouDcexI It Incurable SclenctrMl to a racttltallonsl dl eat has ereiorereulreeonstltudonaltreatment llalli Caurru Cur msuubeturnl n y A O Toledo Ohio the only coutlutlonal cur on the market It U taken Internallylln dOl from drop to a teatpoonlul It sets trectlr on Ih blood and iiiurou urfm ol lee sjri Im They offer on hundred dIn tor raw t tall to cur tend lor dreulsrs snd Intlutonlsls Address Y J CIIEM CO Toledo 0 told b druggist 7k- UII Fami1714 Ira the hat lit UK- UElORT OF CONDITION OF TilE Lincoln County National Bank OF STANFOItn KY At the elaeolUaInawlkt Seth libSOlUCES Loam sail DlllNtluttlOOrenlrsns secured and uoPetlred 17N1l- S V U Hands to urec4milalloa WjWO Stocks serarltlM etc 00 HiQklDghetiM furniture and fixtures ol 00 Due from National thanks net ll- eoerAcrnI 91W 81 Due frost State flanks and Hankers Vi A Due from spprorel reserve agents lllti Internal lUrenue sUmt A 11f Notes ofother National llsnks MW 04 Fracttonsl paper eurrensy nttkle and cents in IIHIIMIH Lawful Money Ilenerre In flank tt Spede t iJKl 00 Iy ltfollMnolMll 04 1eett 00 KedetaptkHi Irtw Treatr alwr rcntelr latlonMMU 3OO Co otalM MI1SI LIAUIUTIB8 Capital stock paid InM1Q000Harplusfund 1111 IS Tided npalil proBU less expeiiKsanil taxIona1Dank Notes outstanding 80000 00 Out to other National llanks 1a51e- to 86 Due State Itanks aryl Unkfr 7517 20 eldest dposlta subject to check 199151 87 Liabilities other than those shots sUlcd 8900 00 Total auuo 2 TATE Ot KtSTUOK 1 County of Lincoln rIII I John li Owiley catbler of the drop nauiett Dank do wilemnly iwear that llseabove statement Is true to the let of my knowledge and Iwllef H OW8IEY Cashier Subicrlbol and sworn to before me this 7th Illof Oct J J CtOUtSTII CoaRccr Attest J 11laxmr- 511SnSaaKn CARTEL oms REPORT OF THE CONDITION- er THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State or Kentucky II the close of butinen Sept Seth 190- 1RESOURCES Loans and dlacounllMSIUSItIOverdraftf ecurCllanduOJecllud 8913 28 U S floods to secure Circulation 11000 Premium on U S Hoods S100 00 Stocks securities etc Other real estate and mortgages ownd 6201 Banklnghouie furniture and fixtures 8000 00 Due from National Basks not Re serve Agenli 4421 84 Due from approved reserve agentsM 9 2- SInternalIterenue stami s 79 Checks and other ash Items 2501 Notes of other Nat UanksM 378000 Krailional paper currency nickels and cenUM20ASpecie 801100 Legal tender notes 1813 0824 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 percent of circulation 1530 00 iat 211188 74 LiAU1L111 Capital stock 50000 00 SiJrpl l fund 10000 00 Wedprofits less expenses and- ailst paid r 2 7M 13 NatlonalHaiik Notes outstanding 8IOOJ 00 Due to other National Ianksu V e Stale hank anti nnken CMO J9 Individual depotits subject to check12010012t- oilNotes bills redlecounted 10000 JJabtlltles other than those dare staled 00 TOIaM I211189 lhnJdlcRnbern II I abore name J Dank do swear above date moot it true to the best of mr knowledge and er JOIN J McROBERTS cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day ol Wet clerk Lincoln Count CourtJDlredoraPa T HARBIS D tii3 Yxa S FREE 5 FREE Dont fall to ask for the Consumers and Merchants ft BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take notice that for every cash lurcha o of WMJ nnrTAi frollI any Merchant whoso name appears In title ad entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT J Which tliey will accept for 6 cents on every CASH IUltCIUSK OK USE DOLLAR And take special notice that the Merchants who belong to title As o elation lire tho most wide awake and seep tbo beet stocks of goods and their prices are the lowest INTEIUOH JOURNAL E C WAIYTOX Proprietor FINK Pmxma Severance it SonsDtJ Goods Notions Shoes find Chemicals StoreDruI8Pennys Drug Withers Furniture CoJun1iture Carpets o Iliggins McKinney Groceries and Implement II J MoRobcrts Gents Fun1ishcrr f1lillinorI- t IMigs E L SinmsCoalDealer William Hamilton Jeweler J rt Allen k Co o aLutt11er You could use an extra book to hold the money you save In buying hero now Our vast stock la bound to shrink In proportion to our prices Only a few short months more and the RACKET STORE The Cheapest In Stanford Will bo gone Never will tho people of Iscoln and surrounding countlM bare thoof l buying such high grade overcoats Loots ohocj capca jackets comforts opportunity Jen8lIatl caps mens boys and oaltdreni clothlug underwear rubbers linens etc at such a kindsof all yarn and pick what llle while those grail bargains rut For Sale Come qUIck House on street iotbixl20 lumber 12 14 foot oak boxing hone cow nurreyjmd spring wagon The Racket Store Stanford Prices LowJACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Lamps I 150 Lamps at X100 175 Lamps at X113 200 Lamps at X145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE FARRIS a CO l Will Take In Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of AH Kinds J Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOAN thousand dollars and over of oneRumsIn cent LoulI time on fllrm only at Cr A TUlI1ULF 3mStanford1y PUBLIE SALE Stock Crop etc I will sell at auction at place one riu north of Taint LIck ICyon Thursday October 17th 1301 at 10 a m the following prope neKlnnlK and olds l jvellr o 2 tallloni 15 head mules I oLd 3 combined mules 10 har- Desl yeRroldll also level aged horses ao milk COWl hereford bull aU bred W thoroughbred Itoreford built IS thoroughbred crop of corn Ihucked stacks lot fnrmlnKfodder largo In the field also all W be sold without resew Implements call on lt E Salle For Terms made known ors day saleMRS E II IlALLAlttl of Paint LIck Ky T n English Auc- trPUBLIC SALE Bank Stock And Livo Stock administrator ot the estate of W D An yeathortord I wilt at his late homo on of a mile from tluwnpikethe Liberty villa at sharp on SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 63 shares of lteck- In Tht following tluwnvllle property hank I paIr 01 the old marwork mules paIr 2yeargood bogl and calves H high grade COWl uules lIlly by- DInlty mores 2YCIrold2 family Dare I colt i 4 Jclillllltl x horscultivator plowsdisc harrow In good buckboard phaetononowagon harneae utber- hllrnessl set of bltUngrepalrl McCormick bInder Terms made known on day of sale J O WEnERFOItD Admr f d a In order to nmko room for ourtFall lump wo offer tho tallow lug to close H We Exchange For Corn FARM FOR SALE jInale Call on or write to Jacob UauUi Ew ell Ky for Parti- cularMason HotelMRS U D SIMI SON 1ror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds t table Everything firstclew Portersimeet all trains 89 FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty arin of 317 ACRESThree and one half miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork Fortcrm address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky t AT COST FOR CASH Stock of General Merchandise Of W It Minor of MoreUnd on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad Las been lisalgned to mo as trustee i It consists of I Dry Goods Clothing GrocirlifW- lntur Route and Shoes Hats Caps Hardware jueenswuro etc Alt staple goods I will veil the stock as a whole to anyone ON REASONABLE TERMS I who wishes to enter tbo dry goods trade Tho house can bo rented upon OilY terms N EDWARD ALCORN Trustee Of W R Minor HusUmvllle Ky r J1 iJl