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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr Tr WI k 1j 4 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL tVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 9AM NaMi t1r IMIDDLEBURG Nuts of all kl aero scarce this fell l JIll with the exception ofa fair chinquapin lcropTbe holiness meeting which has been eolnj on for several days at Liberty closed Sunday night Corn U much lighter than farmers at first tnouRbl The yield U lame thin half Sweet iratatoei aro good size but lacking In flavor At admlnlitrator of W T Durham deceased F P Combust will ecll at1 public auction tho personal property oftbo deceased on Tuesday October 22 Rev J 0 Fcrrell preached at this Baptist church Saturday and Sunday evening Tbo e candidates not baptU- k SundaybyJones S Wheat are Invoicing the stock of Roods of tbo now defunct firm of Q S Durham k Co Wesley At Wes ley baro been Invoicing the past week preparatory to laying In the winter stock candidatepCasey Creek section Friday where be hat been putting In good licks In be half of his candidacy Ho received much encouragement In that sectio- from both parties Rev Logan Godbey has moved Into streettrcildenco on Race street that bo lately bought of Dr Wesley Perry We Icy has moved Into tbo Dryo propert- on the same street A few weeks ago wo wroto to the effect that thero wer- s more empty houses In this town than for year Tbero are now only two empty houses In the burg Mrs Robert Lanbam showed us a half bushel of tbo nicest and largest pears that wo bavo ever seen and only adds further proof to a statement that wo have hitherto made In those col umns that not a finer fruit country ex ists than old Casey Mrs Lanbam showed us ono pear that measured 11 Inches la circumference and 111 around from flower end to stem Several moro wore not far behind Miss Lilly Miller who has been lv log In Leavenworth Ka for the put 10 months has returned to tier first love Old Kentucky Jason Cotter und Mr Bcllo Lawborn two Yoicmlto merchants returnee Thursday from Lojlsvtllo and Cincinnati whore Jethe went to lay In their winter goods Mr J W McWhorter Sr returned from Frankfort Friday where ho visited rel atives Attorney General Hrcckln ridge made Unolo Jim acquainted with Oov Deckbam who questioned him concerning tbo outlook for Farrls and Jones which goes to show that wo have a governor who besides at tending to State affairs takes pains and tlmo to study Rod consider minor county affairs We regret very much that many ro I publican friends of Mr Jones our nom l I Wo for judge are taking Mr Tarter e L candidacy so much to heart The demo ocrauj party Is not Interested pro econ r Id tbo TarterTaylor wrangle as It Is purely a contest among themselves wltb a regular republican nominee against a republican bolter But tho friends of Mr Jones In both parties should be prepared to hear almost any thing though no ono has as yet at tempted to assail bis character which la unimpeachable Mr Jones 1s mak lag a clean honorable and aggressive candidacy and Is rccelvlpe assurance of support almost dally from unoxpect ed quarters Ho will poll tbo bette- element of all parties which wo trust Is In tbo majority Everything points to a full vote in t Casey as the friends of Jones and Rains Farris and Cochran are de r I termined Ae for the other nominees for county ofticcs with tbo exception of tbo county attorneys race the repub lican nominees hove no opposition Wbllo Jones and Farrfs aro the onl candidates the democrats have out yet they bavo made such a clean and hon orable canvass as to command tbo roo J sect of all They bavo boon bit over tbo county and hoyo succeeded in arousing tbo people to tbo Important and realization of tbo contests In tbolr various phase Casoy is not DO over whelmlnglv republican when voted out clean Tbo trouble is the democrats after a couple or moro of disastrous do i feat have since remained away fro the poll to their shame be It eaI The time has Leon whoa old Casey w- y reliably democratic from 300 to 600 A number of wouldbe bosses end potty quarrels the party a slunnng blow which It has nor been able to recover Many democrats le- the party during the last Cleveland ad ministration others on the money que J s1on Tbo rads always a barrel of the stuff that goes and they vote out to a man but they are fast killing them selves In this county Their mrjorlty for MoKlnley In 1800 was the highest ever recorded but has been steadily on tho decline over since The democrats of Casey yet have hopes that we will betaken out of tho llth which alone would be such an Incentive na to ihfue- f1wtilife and blood into the leaders an and file as well C C LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Horace Drown sold to M J Farris a brown gelding for 805 Geo W Jones sold to J E Lynn 23 31ciIn Cincinnati a lot of bOils at 6 35 to 600 E T Beezley bought or J Spoon ainora a mule colt for 131 J H Porntur Jr sold to John A Wood nine 800pound cattle at 3c Wm Cooper of Pulaskl sold to M J Fart 2185D pound cattlo at 3o J F Cook k Co bought of J G Livingston 10 twoyearold cattlo at 3io Powell ft Harper sold to a Saulsbury jJ Cparty a gelding by Galton for 1200Jacob Daubs sold bis 100 aero farm scar Ouonbeltn to Jesse Green for 1800 Goocb Bros and H C Dudderar sold to James McCnrlcy 100 160pound hogs at6c M S Russell sold to D D Fox a farm of 05 acres scar Mllledgnville for 11000 Belle of Oakland bro int 2100 at the Woodard Sbanklln salo at Lex ington Rain stopped the racing at Lexington cardnwas carried out W O Whitney has bought of Brews Schorr tbo race horse Endurance By Right for 140000 Fox Saunders Co bought of J El Poynter Jr 37 1100pound cattle here 31eymil Sr sold to Ramsey of Hillehas a work mule for sale Miss McCllbtock twoyear old pacer which won third money In the pacing Futurity died at Lexington J F Cook l Co of Fnyottc sold to Senator J W JJolley of Texas three four tttonthe oldhull calves at f60 J F RIenoy sold to J W Adams wren threc yeu old steers at 832 two mule colts at 135 and a cow and calf fort 26tCarter F Kagle of Lexington bat sold to John Hcannel of Now York tho great show boric Tbo Dutchman for 1000C Miller sold In Chicago two car lends of the 425 rat cattlo he bought In this county at Ole They averaged over 1 400 poundsaWilliam Glenn winner of the 210 trot at Lexington was sold by Dr G W Fisher to Durhln Homo of Pltte burg for 3600 Dr G 0 Lawrence of Mt Vernon sold to ttlyoreL Allen yesterday a gold ng for 1100 and to another party a mule colt for flO 1 avid Kubanks of the MHIcdgovlllo lectlonbad a heifer to Ifop a calf two months ago and another last week What do you think t f trail Morris FarrU of Danville bought hero yesterday 76 picked 760pound oittlc at 3 io3c Ho also bought a bunch of twoyearold mules at 855 Corn Is selling at 276 In the Held In Montgomery Tbo Sentinel report seine of 60 feeding cattle at 3Jo and lI1 export cattle at 5 16 and 30 mulo colts at 825 to 35- U C Bottom sold to W T May seven yearling heifers at 810 to J U Minor 11 yearling steers at 821 and to James Collins a bunch of butcher belt ers at 276 Advocate DrIgot money In tbo WII son Stake at Lexington Friday coming second In the last two heats Scott Hudsons Audubon Boy beat him Best 2071rA H Robinson of Nashville refus ed 810000 for his twoyearold colt Glad Bolls which trotted a silo at Cumberland Patk Nashville a low days ago In 215 and Is considered a coming world beater W C Terbuno shipped a car load of yearling suite to Pennsylvania Satur ThuYt at an averagoof 830 for colts and 855 for yearlings- A dispatch says that tbo owner of tbo great trotter Crescous has accept ed an otTer from a New York theatrl cal company for a 40 weeks engage ment for that horse to appear Boa the stage Tbo owner la to receive 81000 ltcr week for his horses services COURT DAYTbero were 310 cat tie ht Florences pens yesterday 185 0 steerdsopasat pens there wore 200 cattlo and about half changed hands at 2 to 3c A good many mule colt wore bought at 825 to 150 Thero was a demand for mules of all ages The borne market was quiet B F Kindle of York Pa earths mulesforHowerWilson boughIntoSenatorr pricedtucklan CHURCH MATTERS I Rev W M Britt Is now pastor of tbo Methodist church at Falmouth Only ono In every 10 of the Christian churches gave to church extension last yearLorenzo Snow fifth president of the Mormon church died unexpectedly in Salt Lake City- Northern Methodists will not ordain a man to preach If bo la a tobacco user Southern Methodists aro moving In this direction Elder Henry Mavlty the oldest preacher in the Christian church in Kentucky In dead at Vanceburg Ho was 02 and had baptized over 5000 per sons Rev W E Arnold will begin a pro tracted meeting at McKendrce church Monday night 21st Ho will bo assist ed by Rev J O A Vaught of Dan ville Rev E G Sboune has been asked to resign as pastor of a Baptist church at Kokomo Ind but he says bo will stay with the church until the Lord tolls him to go A protracted meeting of the Baptist church closed with 125 additions bd sides numerous additions to other churches making in all about 150 con vOrilOnOlaJowTlmelPreeldent of The College of the Bible Lexington will be here to conduct an ordination ser vice at the Christian church Sunday 20tb Preaching at morning service Paris Is to have ono ol tbo fines Christian churches In tbo State It will cot 845000 and boot pressed brick and Bedford Ind limestone with hardwood Interior finish throughout Tbo foundations bavo just been completed The building will probably be completed in the early fall A resolution will be presented to the Episcopal convention In San Francleco proposing tho appointment of a stand Ing commUalon upon the rotations of capital and labor ono of the duties of which shall be to act us arbitrator be ween workmen and their employers should such service bo desired The pastor of tbo Flat Lick church Rev J L Owens began a protracted meeting at that place Sept 28 The meeting Is still In progress and much good bas peon accomplished There have already boon 35 professions and 22- dditions Tho Interest Is widespread and Is yet unabated Differences of long standing have been settled and tbo members aro united In love Rev Owens Is a faithful worker for the Lord and to never weary In well doing It Is to be regretted that tbo author files of tbo Methodist sharer havo seen tit to call for the labors of Roy W S Grinstead In another field The fruits of bis pastorate have appeared perhaps more abundant at Carrllbcrs Chapel Olive Branch and Rockbrldgo than at Taylorsvllle out wo can not believe that tbo good seed scattered in our midst will bd lost So while tho quar terly conference asked his returu to us yet the bishop and hit cabinet seem to have held him for bettor things The Flemlngiburg field has tbo reputation of being one of the best charges within tbo gift of the conference and wo glad ly congratulate both place and preach 04 In the now relation It Is to be hoped that the change of place and cur roundings will largely contribute to the restoration of Mrs Grlnsteade health As this good family leaves us our best wshcs and prayers go with them Spencer Courier STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and com pletely lost tho use of ono arm and one lido After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wits recommended Chamberlainsi Pain Balm and after using two bottles of It ho Is almost entirely cured Geo It McDonald Man Logan County W Va Severalother very remarkable cures of partial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It Is most widely known however as a cure for rheu matism sprains and bruises For sale b Craig Uocker Druggists A WORD TO TRAVELERS The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water ofte brings on diarrhoea and for this reason hottDiarrhoea Remedy For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists Director Gage of the Iowa Crop Bu reau estimates the yield of corn in that Stato at 225000000 bushels as compar ed with the 170000000 yield Indicated by the Septembergovernment report This U 35000000 bushels less than tbo average for the past 12 years I In anaemia and most womens ailments the digestion is weak the making of col or gash and strength out of food Is im perfect ao that the patient la weak wan nervous and dyspeptic Thla condition can be corrected by taking a course of HliRBINE Price 60c For sale at Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBPRING COUNTIES Mrs Drool Young Is dead at Somer set Jamee Holsomebactc aged 80 Is dead at Somerset Nlcholasvllle will vote on having ele Gv and smoke house near Burgln burned Jake Anderson white and aged W missing from Junction City W A Moberly bat been aopolnied poitraaster at Ruthlon Madison county Ceniro Colleges foot ball team was defeated bv the Vanderbilt University eleven 25 10 0 C U Cfaenault of Richmond epld the old Garnet lintel at that place to Dun IVrrllt for tlOOOV floury sJinltn who was given 10 years for murder at Harlan CourtHouse got a new hearing and a change of venue to Bell county where be got a verdict of 21 years Dr Trunnell In excavating on his lot at Lebanon Junction had the good luck to strlko black oil In a creek branch He will organize a company to develop the well H L Huddleston of Knoxvllle charged with forging the name of Lt Charles H Morrow of Somerset to a check for 8123 was bound over to the grand jury In 81000 Coal operators and miners in Laurel Knox and Whltley counties Ky and Campbell county Teon hare adjusts Ibolr differences and the misers have obtained a slight increase in wages At the State bankers meeting bold at Mammoth Cave J C Caldwell of Danville was mode vice president lot this district and R M Jackson for the llth district PresldentTbompson and Secretary Bridges and Treasurer Hays were re elected The Royal 011 Company of Danville was organized for the purpose of devel oping Us land In the Wayno county oil fields The following aro the Incorpor store Hon James Denton G E Wise man G W Welsh J E Welsh Guy E Wiseman John B Nichols W W Wiseman all of Danville and J L An drews of Lima 0 The Incorporators oonstlluto the directory and officers will be elected at tbo first meeting of the boardAdvocate LANCASTER On non Sunday evening the Chris tian Endeavor Society will bold an open session The program will appear In the next issue Misses Sallle Ross hnd Mario Joseph spent Sunday with Mrs Alex Walker at Buckeye Sire Emma Farris of Crab Orchard Is visiting Mrs A H Dustin Charlie Ham who bas been suffering so much from the effects of u bullet wound la tho knee Is reported as not improving very rapidly The doctors seem uneasy as to his recovery Fbu RnNTIn Lancaster a bouse of 10 rooms garden and stable Central ly located and well suited tar a board Ing house For reference John M Orand8tb and Jefferson Streets Waco Texas Sunday afternoon a horse belonging to Cecil Broaddus ran away with a buggy Tbo reran stepped on Mr Broaddus back and it Is not yet known haw serious the wound may be The buggy was not damaged Too protracted meeting at the Pres byterlan church closed Sunday night with 10 additions This has been one of the most interesting meetings ever held in Lancaster On Sunday morn Ing tbo ordinance of baptism was ad ministered to eight children The Rev Joseph Hopper who did the preaching is a very old man and we may cover bavo the pleasure of again hearing him hero He certainly knows bow to deliver discourses tbat go to the heart of his hearers and the people of the Presbyterian church should teal very thankful for the stirring up be has given them Happiness depends very much on the Theythose whoso digestion is good You can regulate your liver nnd kidneys with HERBINE and enjoy health and buoy atnPennys Drug Blar- eTwoIentuckytrottorewon over 810 000 In races this senses Country Jay 2101 by Jay Hawker is cstimaled at winning 818000 while Onward Sliver 2031 by Onward bas won 810725 Scott Hudson la also credited with bar ing won over 815000 with Audubon Boy 200 Corn buskers sprained wrists barbed wire cuts burns bruises sisters lacera lions and external injuries or any kind are promptly and happily cured by ap plying I1AILAltDS NOW LINIDIEST Price 25o and 60 For sale at Pennys At a conference bold with Gov Beckham at Owensboro Adjt Goo Murray recommended tbo withdrawal of the militia from Hopkins county tho celledI Y CONTINUED GROWTH il +1 ++++1++++++ businessforfollows 0433NumberNumber discontinued during September 312 Net increase in subscribers during month 506 Total number of subscribers Sept 30 10019039-H C WIUY Manager Stanford Office fJ = = J P = 11 = y a A m ii 1 Word About Overcoats j J A- 1I1 I colorstr and L 1i 1 01 We behove we can pleast any one whichever etyle or price may boHwanted1E1 ri THEPAYSCLEBE I t tIIf j f1Yourmoney back If youre not satisfied e t E ji mILLER a HIRSGH s L l11SuccessorsA to J L Frohman DanviIIBJr a JJoos tt 1 ftr yr4 y1G tti4e ifAttp3w 1 BOOTEESA i The OfdaCelebrated i thl 4 oJ MOCKER U IA Brand the only maker of a 4 a ifG r 111ttJe Nice Soft Tops Heavy Hand Welt ir Soles taU iM9 rdyt41 tt1 ias i41 Sjfq p 9 m w w fi1II Q QtIi i i 61i1 ij i jf HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford GO TO W B McRoberts DruggistaFor Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed 4 Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish land VarnishlStains a o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TnREE weeks from today the battle of the ballots will be fought Democrats in general could not wish fora rosier state of affairs than exist In Lln coIn county while to the optimistic It oaks like a land slide Is In store tor the good ticket nominated In March last Fight to the last ditch sbould bo the motto of democracy however and democrats must out lay downtbelr arms because they have won the fig bt Make the majority as largo as psalble and snow the mongrel ticket nominated by the republicans under so deep tbat those who compose It will not be beard from again In years THERE Is one republican paper tbat does not favor assassination and applaud assassins It is the Hartford Cow Courant which says ExGov Taylor of Kentucky is afraid or at any rate his friends are afraid that upun tJe refusal of Gov Durbin of Indiana to extradite him to Kentucky democrats may attempt to kidnap him A dlffc ent kind of a man In his place would go back to Kentucky voluntarily and confront his accusers But then that otb himself Innocenter man knowing would never have runaway AFTER 18 months confinement In stuffy county jails and no hope of ball Caleb Powers fought with every reo source he and hU half dozen lawyers could command to stave off his trial six months longer An Innocent man with such an array of counsel and are publican court of appeals as a bulwark of justice ought to be able to get ready for trial in a little less than two years especially as he howled for a speed hearing when captured in dlsgul while fleeing to the mountains Pad cah Newe Democrat THE census report on the population of the United States by sex nativity and color shows that the males outnumber the females by 12 per cent During the last 10 years the Negi population has Increased 181 percent the foreign born people have increase 124 per cent This Is distressing Indeed It Is hard enough to think tbat men are rapidly outnumbering wome but the increase In Negroes and tbe other element referred to Is appalliof FUGITIVE W S TAYLOU of Ken tuck Is one of the Incorporators aDd directors ot a new concern at Indiana oils His goods will never be In as much demand in Kentucky as his car caws Is but It looks like we will have to wait until a democrat Is elected gov ernor of Hooslerdom before we get th latter TOE Somerset Journal appeared Fri day as a fivecolumn quarto full of news and as pretty as a lassie of sweet 10 Success to you and your good pa per Mr Campbell THE jolly bachelor editor of the Cyn thlana Democrat has this jolly editorial Lets all be jolly If we cant be eo awfully jolly we can be as jolly at we can HATS off to Editor J M Richardson of the Glasgow Times who Is the proud father of a new boy May ho be just like his grand old father- POLITICAL Harlan republicans Instructed for D G Coleon for representative Congressman Borelng will open at Whltesburg next Thursday his canvass for U S Senator Former Coogressman Colson has been nominated for the Legislature by the republicans of the 03d district Pulaski democrats have decided to put out no ticket for county ofllcea but seven democratic candidates for magis trate were named Danville republicans nominated the following ticket for councilmen G W Welsh C P Cecil Jr Arch Rochester and Rev Boyden The entire democratic ticket was elected In the Nashville municipal elec tlon and Jere terminal propo sltlon was victoriously a vote of five to one There la something wrong about the republican prosperity that makes pota toes worth 81 50 a bushel and tails to i furnish a large crop of potatoes Bry ans Commoner Loomis Blalock having deserted Sen ator McLaurln Dr V P Clayton a rev publican of Columbia S C has been appointed a collector of internal revenue upon McLaurina recommendation With the announcement that V P Clayton an organization republican pill be appointed collector of Internal revenue for South Carolina It Is ex planned that the presidents policy is to appoint gold democrats to office in the absence of available republicans The Burnams in Madison county see ing defeat staring them in the face and being sore over E Tutt Burnama turn- downt for county clerk declined nomi nations for representative and county d attorney respectively and the repub ilican committee met Saturday and Hon W T Harris for rep resentatlve the cdmmttteo turning down Tiff Chenault a turncoat They aleo named U E Lilly for county attor ney The democrats will carry Madi son beyond a doubt 1rJilT tr i I I t ADDITIONAL LOCAL BUY your overcoat of Cummins t McClary BLANKETS and Comforts of all kinds Severance t Sons LARGE assortment of presents nt Embry S Englemans FRESH car of limo salt cement ing c John Bright Jr Co SEE the big display corner Main and Somerset streets at Geo II Farris Cos THIRTY NINE years ago Gen Duel army passed through Stanford Mr J E Bruce reminds us SALE Beazley sold to- E T Bcazley 42 acres of land adloln Ing his mother at 845 THE advertisers upgood deal of our space this issue but we wUl make up for It next tloe THE sheriff of Bell county is adver Using his annual sale of Mlddlesbi lot for taxes A number of Lincoln county names appear In the list MR WILCUER who lives on Brush Creek three miles from Liberty his house destroyed by fire Saturday All of the contents were consumed THE C W B M will entertain tbe women and the young ladles of the Christian church at Mrs Wm Sever antes Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4 BIG TOMATOES Arrap Dawson sent us yesterday four tomatoes of the Mammoth variety that will bardly IrO In a half bushel They are the fin cst we ever saw QUICK SETTLEMENT R L W lams barn at Dunnvllle burned Sept 29 and Agent R B Mahony of tbe Continental Insurance Co paid him Ile full policy In 10 days TILE following gentlemen are candl fates for trustees of Junction City A rlbble George H BacKer W T Uchardson John Curtis and E E twens good men all of them MESSRS G A AND WALLACE W ALTER the Ktngsvllle merchants will Resolve partnership but the former viii remain at tbo old stand The jun- lor partner Is undecided as to where vlll locate A DIG crowd attended court yesterday and business In all lines was fairly rood Scores of the boys went bome feeling their oats while some of tbe more unfortunate spent the night wltb aller DeBord SnoT A MEOROTo m Morrlaev tbe lever flagman on the Blue Grass Spi clal shot and probably fatally wound ed a Negro named Givens wbo was advancing on him with a dirk at the Danville depot A GENTLEMAN present tells us that tbe birthday celebration of C M Rice tbe popular Danville hotelman was a most pleasing occasion and that he and- bls good wife simply outdid themselves In entertaining their guests FINED Beeler Hansford was fined 112 in Judge Buchanans court for tooting on the streets of Crab Orchard Bill Farris and Walter Ross for rhtlosr bad fines of 810 and costa and 5 and costs assessed against them BOUGHT OCT PARTNERJames R jazley bought out his brother and partner In the livery business Erabr T Beazley last night and will contln ue the business at the old stand Tbi retiring partner has no plans for the future so fa- rSANGUINEMr F Ferrlll of Ireland who was here yesterday it so sanguine that Mr Baughman will- beat Mr Menefee In the sheriffs race- tbat he says ho will wager 8100 that the formers majority will not be less than 500 Everybody in my section Is for lughman except a few of the more I cornet Negroes he says VIIEN Will Culllo and Miss Taal Tbomas both of Eubanks started to Cincinnati to marry Barry Thomas father of the lady appeared at- the depot and demanded that his dauabter return home A tflght follow cd In which Mr Thomas suffered broken arm The couple took tile train for a Gretna Green a few minutes later TUE following from Miss Lulie E Reynolds of Moreland explains itself Del Editor Please print this letter to quiet the storm raised by some half- Idiot who has been telling that I was Ing to be married and by several smart Alecks who have made It their business to ask my friends about It will say that the talk Is all bosh wIAnt It understood that when I want a husbnnd I wont ask the community to select one for me I consider myself- fully capable of deciding that question to suit myself THIS AND THAT B Nugent the wellknown Louis vllle merchant Is dead tlatblas Thoreson and his son were ibyxlated In their room In Chicago It Is reported that first negotiations for the release of Miss Stone ended In- tallure James Dunn of Lebanon Ky was- struck by a train and killed near Hazle- ton Pa At Milleraburg the town marshal sbot and killed George Parker color cd who resisted arrest and shot the onlcerScores of Italians have been dls irged from the silk mills In Patterson N J since the assassination of Presldeot McKinley ohann Most was sentenced to a year In tbo penitentiary for publishing a se- dltloue article on the dav following the sbootlog of President McKinley Barry Warren aged 17 years whose home is near Cbarlestown led shot hlmsfH near the heart as a cure for die appointed love and his death is expected I 1to I i a eee e e i i i i t i Jt i fI fI h 1 fI IsjsS s s i It Is To Your Interest s t To buy goods where you can get the most for the least money We are bound t to sell our large stock as as possible and killing prices is doing the work A dollar is hard to earn therefore it go as far as you can 1 at f our store will go as far as two or three dollars at other stores l 1 i The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale To Quit i fI fI Business1 fi i Is bringing hundreds of bargain seekers to our store as far as 50 miles away l 1f1 Come while you have a chance to buy good goods at half prices as such bargains as we are offeringnever will be offered All goods in OUt store Iai1 will positively be slaughtered to wind up business in Stanford l 1 Ladies lovesWe have em in Black Gray Tnn Red and all other cot- Z Thus Gloves are sold at 150 in all other stores our special Jt closing out price 19c a At strictly half price to close them out in the not few oi lays Indies dont miss this great skirt sale 08c for Black Dross Skirt worth 2 118 for extra fine dross skirt worth 3 All bettor grade of dress skirts go at the same rcduo e tion 50 ladies noarsilk under skirts black and colors worth 1 our price 49c Mens 15c Collars 5c5 200 dozen of mens 4ply linen collar all sizes and styles f to select from These collars will cost you 15o elsewhere Come quick and lay in a supply at 5c Special A few i mens colored cuffs worth 25c a pair in this sale So Table Linen o We have a few pjeces of Table Linen plain whito ands fancy worth 50c a yard go in this sale at 2Sc kais liens Gray Wool Socks worth 20c a pair Come and got a few pair as long as they last at lOc Special for Our Country Merchant Friends Wo invite every merchant to Call And pries our line of Fall and Winter Goods We guarantee to sell you good t goods cheaper than any wholesale house in thocity Give ous a trial and we will convince you t Bed Spreads o The kind you pay 1 for in other stores come and lice these spreads and you buy em at 49c Mens 50c Ties 25c t Over 500 to select from all styles and Colors every store will ask you 50c for these same ties we ask you 2oc Boys Suits coatSand vest neatly trimmed at OSc i Blankets And Comforts 10x4 Blankets all colors worth lin this sale 59c 150 Blankets 7flc all better Blankets hall Heavy corn- fortsg at 49c 69c 75c 98o 125 and 148 o The Only Cheap i Store In Stanford Stock and Crop M O Kennedy sold to Eubanks Bros a mule colt for ISO Embry Bros eola to W C Terhuno 20 two yearold horse mules for 82000 B G Newell of Pulaakl sold to H C Anderson here yesterday a yoke of oxen for 87- 5According to the estimates received at the department of agriculture the wheat crop of the world for 1001 Is larger than it has been for two years Newell Bros delivered a nice bunch 4 of 25 steers and heifers to Bubble Cain average weight of the former 825 pounds at 3c of the latter 700 pounds at 3c Somerset Journal The monthly crop report of the department of agriculture shows that on Oct 1 the average condition of corn for the entire country was the lowest ever reported being 521 as compared with 81 8 the mtan of October averages for the past 10 years There was an Im in the condition of tobacco during September and on Oct 1 the condition was generally above the av erage When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to Craig A Hock erV Drug Store and got free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets One or two dotes will make you well They also cure blllousnew tick headache and constipation The Louisville Store fr 1 II I ++I I dFl 3 THINGS ABOUT COLDS I Never let a cough cold get the stirt of you Disease finda Its best ally In our disdain of 001Ii cold II Find a remedy you can rely and keep It In the house reliable remedy isonolhat cures quickly andwithout potslbllty of harm III Such a remetlf Syrup of White Pno Compound with Tar It cures the right way doesnt dry up a cough soothes inflamed euifaccfc stops irritation anal promotes expectoratIon Equally good for young and Price 2- 5cPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky + ++ II 1 +++ S C Corsets fI Choice of 250 corsets in white drab blue pink long short and medium waistcd regular 50c quality reduced to tiA25c All 75o C P D and W B corsets reduced to 49c quality misses corsets and corset waists out in this Jt sale 25c 1 Nursing corset reduced to 50c 0 fI 1 Quality ladies corset waists now 50o We are agents for the celebrated Ifelr II Leather Tipped Corsets sold always at 150 in this sale will sell at ISo t t I Shoes t Boots and Shoes chewer titan ever before 800 pair ladies custommade sample shoes worth from 1 to S at G9o 200 pair Indies and misses to 150 shoos at ISo 500 pair mens custonrinado shoes coarse and fine worth 2 n pair at 9So fl lions Fine Shoes Black and Tan Box Calf Vioi Kid Chrome Calf etc nt half price Ladles heavy shoos nl f t most given away Childrens school shoes for 49o up We S will save you at least 50 per cent on moVs mid boys boots lions hoots worth 2 only n few pair at 138 or Boys Overcoats Wo have about 200 Boys Sample Reefer Overcoats the olactual value of those goods are anti oJ Your choice while they lost nt 193l- Oo Pearl Buttons 5c 25o Fancy Socks lOo 15c Socks Ci50o Work Shirts 25c 2oc Suspenders 15o 1 lions Shirts 49c 150 Fountain Pens 16c 60c Gloves 26o 26c Worsted i loc SOc Worsted 2cj 35o Worsted 17 l2c Closing Out Prices on Clothing f Printers ink can not do us justice in tolling you of tho sfitninny values we have Como and sea for yourself and you will admit that every wordwo say is true Boys heavy r i Cheviot suits worth 2nt OSlo mens Blue and mAck they riot suits worth 750 at 3 98 Mens blue and black clay worsted suits worth at 295 Boys 6 overcoats go in s I this sale at at 198 Mens 750 overcoats go in this sale i at 895 lions 125 Duck Coats go at iOu Mens and 4 Boys Ulsters at your own price lions McIntosh coats f with capes worth 2i0 this sale 124 Domestics 50 pieces Outing Flannel worth 7 l2cayard at only 5o Best 12 Shirting Cotton goes in this solo at 5o rtCalicoes such QS Indigo Blue lied Black and White and Fancies go at 4c Hoosier Cotton full yard wide at only 4 34c 7 1c quality Bleached Cotton no starch in this only 5c tic Best Amoskcag Apron Gingham no better made only 5c 10 and 12 l2c Dress Ginghams oniy a few pieces left at I 12c fcSpecial sale of Lace Curtains s Capes and Cloaks t Nice Cloth Capes trimmed with fur worth 150 at lOc J All and 250 double capos cut to OSc Handsome Plush Capes trimmed with fur bnl damI beading worth 350 at 148 1 Childrens Long Cloaks dollar quality at 49c Children8 350 Cloaks elegantly trimmed go at 148ai H Ladies 500 Jackets in this sale 325 Ladies 750 Cloaks latest styles 28 inches long at 498 Wo have a great nanny others too numerous to mention fr r r js S y S Y N f S jt i ++ + or on A tbo Is It It old + I S 1 8 5 7 7 2 i A Salinger Bros Irons t Wholesale Retail I i 7P h tt t New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronago will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us S WIw SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street A RUN ON SOAP Notice our lOc Soap Display Any 3 Cakes for 2 ctJaJlI1YIe 7 Cokes for fiDe Some of our popular brandsare Tonka Talpa Heather Bell Savon Royal hello trope Florentine a la Violet La France Ilose Virginia Violet Lana Oil buttermilk Marguerite Carnation Crushed IlIac8 Roses Carnations Lilies Norlnklo Skin Soap Craddocks Medicated Blue Carbolic Sulphur Tar and Witch Hazel o +til + + 11Ittlt+++ + t tf + 1 III I t tlR Ujlilt DANVILLE KY About Cloaks agd Suits dilicultt ual Prosperity ills made business good every where and the tnilors cannot make garments fast enough Another cause of delay is the growing demand for very long coats which take twice the time to make that was required to turn out short jackets Unable to get long coats as fast it t I we sold them wo decided to make n SECOND TRIP TO NEW YORK This wo made last week and by jollying and bluffing we managed to sccnie the actual delivery of over 1GO new 27 inch tool J2 inch Coats and GO inch liaglaus These arc in all grades from 750 to 8750 and are all now styles IV c venture the assertion that there is not another such stock pt uptodntc Coats and Kaglans to be seen in Kentucky outside of Louisville and we guarantee our prices lower 1h4 than any whore TAILOR SUITS To got suits at once wo made thorn give us from their gmnplqp enough Co run us until our orders are filled Their samples for obvious reasons arc motif the best they know how We now luivu about JJO now styles in walking suits and long skirt suits besides new lots of best sellers from our firstclass stock WALKING SUITS Thd demand for those is enormous and we arc doing of best to keep our stock up with the demand AVo have just received about 50 new ones in every length from 38 t6 1B I inches long in n great variety of styles materials and prices NEW WAIST CLOTHS Persian striped and tucked wool waist cloths at 75c OOc and 1 yd These were just out last week and we are the eiubroideFnew in Eclipse Flannels at 15c NEW HATS- AA line of over ttO of Phipps Atchisons latest c1 rations ranging in price from 5J50 up Also more than 25 styles of black dressy trimmed hats at 350 JLo 750 1 of theso the latest New York styles VELUTINA CORDS AND VEL VETS s Now the craze for Shirt Waists Costumes Skirts Coats Note that we have a full range of shades in the plain at 75c and 125 and the colorings at 50c to 125 s FUR BOARS AND SCARFS b1 At every price from 150 to 35 Wo have more than 200 from which you can make your selection and wo feel confi lout that you will find what you want in our stock JI litt6ttJf i Danville Kentucky 6 rvnntintjHFt+ II r + I I + +tfoil + f + + +++ + IIII f+ I t t J r 1 FHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OfT 16 1001 TRY the Judge Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store uneurpa9aad e Drug Store PERSONALS MR M AULTMAN spent Sunday In ciMRSCampbellsvlllo Miss MAGGIE SACRAY was In Clc clnaatl Sunday Aln J II MILLER Is spending few siege In Lexington BON 0 C WILLIAMS of Mt Vcr yesterdayMns visiting Mrs John SIbold at Lexington JESSE F Coon of Lexington was here Saturday and Sunday visitingherMiss MARY PBYTON went to Louis Saturday to spend the winter Miss PEARL PINICERTON has been q lick for a weelcor aoMissFridays Dan vllle was here Friday advertising yIIH F MARTIN of Rowan county with his brother Mr James T Martin COL D W TniuiiLE of Richmond Is with bis sitter Mrs P R Nunn a1 ley MRS W B DlLLlOV of Livingston Is with her mother Mrs Bottle Broad dUI MRS CICERO REYNOLDS and little grandchildren are visiting in Clod nati Miss KATHERINB WADDELL Somerset le visiting Mis Sue V11 Hale MISS SUE OOILVIE or Garrard fipentsovcral days with Mrs J C Hays buyIDIstore EDITOR LOUIS LANDRAM of Lanc ter patted through to Lexington S urday MR W H MADDOX of Shelbyville was the sleet of his friend Rev J W Oagln Mas KATK MILLER and dsught Mlts Linda were over from Daavl e Friday MR AND MRS n C BAUQIIMANB little eon in the West End has been qulto sick MR CUARLES W ADAMS and ettle Ise M Powell of UUltoDvllle were 11hero Sunday MESSRS W W SAUNDERS Dcazley and Carroll Haloes took Cincinnati Sunday MR C T DEPP and wife of Darren are guests of their son Prof J D Depp at Mlddleburg R L GOSB Is back from Coburn Va where ho attended the burial of Mrs Sallie Banner his wifes sister prettydauabterto Lancaster Friday to visit rolatl prettydauilbtor OwsleySrMiss SALLIE COOKE who has spent the summer with relatives horn and at Huaionville will return to Nashville today MITCHELL TAYLOR who married countyC Coat Burnsldo allll1Sat urday afternoon In order to spend Sun jTHEmoved from Huston rlllo to Danville and thus another good family of this county is lost to Little Britain TUB Loulsvlllo Commercial of day contained a fair likeness of Roscoe D Hubble Pulaskla ropubli fan nominee for representative JUDGE A W BUCHANAN Morris OrIExposition MR ARTHUR E GUIDONS and band upSundaywho had been visiting the formers wife MR J U BAUOHMAN le back from the Pan Amerlcan Exposition wife who accompanied him stop over In Louisville to spend a few siege with friends Miss GERTRUDE PENNYHACKER of Klngsvllle and Mies Elizabeth Mo Farland of Knosvlllo Toon are guests in Lexington for a few days Lexington Democrat R M JACKSON of London was hero Sunday Everything Is in good shape politically In my county and If there is a democrat In Laurel who Is not In I dont know It he said to us MR Cites R BROCK and Dr R T Ramsey will leave the latter part of this month for Denver Col where they will make their future home In the departure of these two well k s own professional gentlemen London will aDdbeetcratI y MR G M JONES of Wayne attend ed court bore yesterday BORN to tbo wife of Andrew Goocb a son J B Camonlscb la also rejoic oQaprlogdaughter LOCALS NEW Flannelettes Severance Sons j CUMMINS fc MCCLARY sell the bee fhoes BUY your suit of Cummins and Me Clarya WINTER Lap robes at J C Me WEDDING presents In endless variety at Hamilton1 THE Hop Club w glee delta at Waltons Opera House tonight GET a guess la for theshoes Cum miss McClary are giving swap SEE our ready made skirts waists and petticoats Severance t Sona It ON Oct 23 5 per cent will be added to school taxed W H Wearer col LOST Furs between Crab Orchard Rowland Leave at St Asapb Ho tc t SEE Hamiltons stock of wedding presents before you make your sole ties blatween This office LOW prices on queenawaro to make room for holiday goods John Bright Jr Co Tim residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton Is for sale Apply at this office HouSEand Lot next to L N salIlee ATTEND the of the late W D Weatherfords effects at Hustonvllle Saturday afternoon See adItWE have plenty all of feed such as hap corn oats and shlpstuff BaughmeaaGTHOSE Indebted to me by note open account are requested to call and settle at onto E F Bailey May wood erT1tE republicans had a big rally at Crab Orchard Friday night at which most of the white bosses of the county orated tadIderteed cattle E O Singleton C Orchard mewATTENDsale0 Lcsllo Carter sod A D Root scar Turnersvllle today Stock crop farming Imple meats etc are to b j Bold SOLD OUTMr J D Anderson Crab Orchard has sold bla stock of goods to Edrolaton Bros sad will be moved to their stand sear the depot advortlsc9p In on Lancaster street sad the adjoining pasture of 131 acres for Saturday Oct 6 IN Judge Carsons court Friday Bud Baughmon was lined 87 for fighting and Fannie Beazley It for hitting Will Baughman with a rock All are colored eatbertorde was dap ae ex rhostator Ho directs that his Indebted ness paid out of bla bank stock tborceldueotthebasketockbadlnlamong a rest of his personal property la en to Isle mother absolutely sod his real estate to her for life sad at her death to his brothers and sister There was no other business In the court save Nnstow orders liS W now roads THE poet office at Harrodsburg sod the Mercer National Beak would doubtless have been relieved of much of their holdings Friday night had It not been for tbo alertness of Officers Brown and Brltton They heard tbo burglars at work and started to tbo scene when a voice came from behind a column at tbo bask eaylagGobae I will sbootYWlr headolJ Thoofll Blood paralyzed a moment sad then opened fire which was returned with Interest The burglars were protected by the Iron posts but this policemen had to tight In the open Many shota were exchanged anti tbo officers bad to return for more ammunition Wblle they were Hose the thieves succeeded in cacaplng A halt dozen or more plate glees windows were broken by the shale sod there are other evidences of a fierce fusillade It was found on going laW the postoffice that an attempt had ben made to crack the safe with a I1nosledge hammer chisels sad other tools stolen from a neighboring blacksmith shop The safe was sot broken but the men got 830 belonging to Howard OConnor assistant postmaster who had left it In a drawer Entrance was t not effected Into the bask mood hounds brought from Nloholasvllle fol lowed a trail tor a mile but seemed to lose It and would go no further e f For the next Few Days We Will Offer Ourtl z Line of t Queensware othertTilingSee j John Bright Jr Be Co TIle Greeij J iVer Development Co e Wm Hicks President L II Phettyplace VicePresident ManagerDirectorsGray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of WestiVirginia Home office 17 and 10 Princeton Ave W Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value 14 This company controls 1103 acres of proven oil territory in the Green River Oil beendrilledOIL FOUND IN PRYING QUANTITIES lOne well being within 30 yards of this companys lands This company has pur neWThisbeusedoDlyto the Secretary and Treasurer or to Dr Eli Alcorn Hustcnville Ky or 8 A Mid company 6W rrlv I f erTHIS WEEK I ++ F Corduroys Flannels Out i tabillJsShetland Floss Granite Cloth Unfinished Serges Remember our stock of Under wear and Shoes JfSfThoy arc seldom equalled r JOhN P JONES Stanfrod- Hmf2im 1 Without PreliminariesIt We will tell you what we have m aHeavy Goods For Walking Skirts iyardBlngray plaid back100Iardblack Kersey 250 a 1MInch trimmings new corduroys for yardmtinted velvets for waists now for waists new silks for waists rReadyMade Waists and SkirtsIWe have put in a lino of above goods Iron rthe Lest factories and they have the right set and Inkcarrycare SonamEFARM FOR SALE p Having decided to locate permanently In tan raster I will Mil to the on Saturday Oct igtli 1901 KemperonIjncuter or 1M anti a friction acre lit uated on Wyhnvillet Lexington turnpike tulle SiarcellusKy wllbloIon KyOr TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL Courier Commonerthebig Town Lots For Sale MainSLatauctionSaturday October 26th 1901 Three of which loll are 60x10060x100 and 43x100 tbehouIedeIrable i IMlllpa rwldence IIwholtandyear x J M PRILLII3 Stanford Ky i i t l r e t t t t TIIE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the post ofce at Stanford as HondclaM matter ahablsaaTUspaa FridaQtA- y i PER YEAR CASH When not sopstdSjaOO will becharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going NorthMK t tut6It ii MmM 2Jn It South 12 So s m ItMU62 pm For allirolnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No25 AmlT fit Stanford at IOS A No 21 Leaven Stanford at 210 Mo 21 Arrlrea at Rowland at 1200 No22 Leases Stanford at 210 r R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over IIIg ins A McKlnnoys Sto Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mill J B McKINNEY Prop MoSinney K Make and keep constantly on hand tbe beet of Flour Meal Shlpstuff bran Chicken Feed c Prices very reasonable CUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennei Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BtrnKE k SIN Prors JUNCTION CITY Ill FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCIO Hones and Mutes constantly on hand and far sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H C RUPIEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FART FOR SKL6 I tontalnlng lea acres two miles south of IcKlnnny on Mlddleburg 15 acre under fence abd 163 acres cleared lias two welling with necessary outbuildings to both and well watored Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or us a whole Joor further Information call on or address J S MORLEY McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of about 60 acres 2y miles from huh mvllle on iloreland Station and Carper eras Station pike also u good grist mill wltb good traction engine Will sell rea ooably Apply to JOHN D1NWIDDIE 1m Hustonvltle Ky NONE BUT GENUINE I handle flooring Harvester Extras and xtures but keep none but the genuine Unless the name Deerlng on them you may know they are not genuine D S CAWFSTER Ilustonvllle FOR RENTN- ice cottage and about 35 acres of land a miles from Danville on Stanford pike acres for wheat to- J MOORE nanvllle ly COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this wlDter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron age I handle the beat grades of Jelllco coal T L SHELTON Kowland Ky LAND FOR SALE SUtvntna acres being the balance of the- Wan Davies laud unsold Bounded by the Frankfort ilohon sad Dlooinfleld plIes and lying not one mile from town- limits Will be sold to suit purchaser as whele or divided Appl tq Mrs Wm Warr- OD Danville or Sam Torsythe Harrods burg IytfPUBLIC SALE I Thursday October 24th 1901 U residence at Turnerirllle It p m my household and kitchen furniture Including 110m Comfort thug 60 bales ol clover and Tlmo tby and Timothy very line milk cow erma made known oaJay of Bile M1U SALLiE E BAILEY TurnenTtlle PUBLIC SALE OF StocK and Crop 1 williIll nt public nuctlnn at trio Tohn fl CUrpenwr two miles from Huston villa on the Mlddloburg pike on EDNESDAY OCT 3O I9OI Tfollowing described property 30 two r rold cattle 28 cattle lot milk- COYI four of then rcgUterud Jerseys one Ird old 10 haud worK uules one rekrold bay horse 2 brood mares one year filly by Dignity Dare 3 highbred Jen- nefs US sheep acres corn acres hemp II hock 15 acres sorghum lot of houso bph and kitchen urulture almost new eluding nlfe sideboard and extension table Lot farming Implements in good shaper 2boflo wagons 1horao wagon and har lI sl horfco power and feed cutter TermlJ- IIkdo known on of Male JAMES L YANTIS Hustonvllle Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy earrl or wagon In Bratclass style Experloncedmen to do It and work guarau toed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Iy A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflceOTH Ove1e3 E R D1LLEHA Y DANVILLE ST Manufacturer o- fICKiE And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices VitaeOre Do youknow what It IsT If not it will to which you can do bypay you the future columns of this pa per or addressing TPKO NoaL Rist Chicago LI or N II Boots AgtIMarkshury Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asaph Hotel Staiiford Oct 23 and 31 only examined aDd glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m toll p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KilO MORRIS FRED PuormsTOU I desire to announce to the public that 1 am ready to do any and all kinds of grind IDC and that I will at all times furnish the bet o- fFlour Heal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very best me but bear In mind that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs SlavinS PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS Will be In Fad Wedn days and Will be In Stanford Tumlafi Thursdays and Sat urdays- OtScclo the iennlngton DallillngJSt nfordOI flee hours 9o32L ito4 F OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr of KlrisTllle Mo depends on the- prinelplesofAnsomyand Pbyrlology for Iu tlno rubbin- gnosurialoperationsanichins hlnc super Otteopathy views man u a otto many artilu la adjustment When all plrll- Ire properly adjusted and not overworked nheumeilomGand Lung llleaOI1l8tonellEollfled hiseasesofllones and DbloaaonsStiSJototspints Incontinence of Urine Looswoo StuL- a FeinaU Diseases a specialty Consultation t+ G+ McGbMY TODERTAKER EltIBAL1tI Rt AndDcalearl- n3ABNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYST- JNDEBTASEES AU3 DKAtKRS IK Furniture BlattingSjIlugs And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY prWw ytMwwA NEWS NOTES Snow tell In Colorado Friday A tornado near Clifton Kas swept everything In Its pathIA boy was blinded anti his team att to death by bees in Illinois Col R F Liffon former lieutenant governor ol Alabama U dead Jane Morton colored dletllnMalon county at tho ago of 112 years A French count Is sailing acroaa tho Mediterranean In a balloon Three men were killed and six Injur cd In a mine explosion near Falrm- W Va In Harlan county Henry Carter eland killed Jack Farmer and was himself slightly wounded Christopher Shelton aged 70 han tI himself at Lexington He had been In bad health for some wee Its A Missouri farmer named Godf- Wlnzer has been Indicted on Beyeral counts for working on Sunday Michael F Crcman manager of a publishing house and his little son were asphyxiated at Philadelphia- A monument to the memory of Thomas JelTcrsoa was erected at Montlcello by the Jefferson Club of St Lout Three gushers have come In on Spin die Top In the Beaumont Tex oil dls trlct There are now 69 wells In tht localityA of women and girls In Brooklyn wore attacked by strikers on their way to work and many of them btdly hurt Each member of the Conederr Veteran camps will be asked to con- trIbute l to the Jefferson Davis IDon ument fund- George Rankle a prominent board of trade member at Chicago committed suicide after grieving over tho loath of his wife The McKinley National Mcmorl Association was organized in Clev and and an address was Ireued to tbe public calling for subscriptions Plans for the organization of the 80ft coal combine have been completed by the steel trust officials The company will have a capital ol 149000000 It Is reported that the condition of King Edward VII Ie becoming alarm log and Insurance companies aru now icmandlng prohibitive rates on his life Antonio Magglo the anarchist who predicted President McKlnleya assa nation has been Indicted In New Mexico for conspiracy to kill the pres dent Mattie Oliver aged 18 Years SOlO out a warrant charging Robert Cause a prominent Bowling Green citizen and tarried man with the paternity of her child The Schley court of Inquiry will not ilb Its sitting before the middle of ovember The government will not conclude its presentation for another wcckTho Board of Health of Pottsvlllc Pa ordered all women to wear short dresses because long dresses sweep the pavement and gather germs of dUea In various ways Patrick Crowe tho alleged kidnaper 01 Edward A Cudahy Jr has an mnced that ho will surrender and stand trial If the reward for his convlc- tlon Is withdrawn The handsome new Masonic Temple ilcb bad been planned for Louisville may not be erected The grand lodge f Kentucky baa not yet enough money avanale Tor The building Court Dunnway killed his half broth cr Dlllard Brlnegar In Estlll county and then committed suicide to keep- from being captured by a posse He- also tried to shoot his wife but failed Che organization of the William McKinley National Memorial Association II being perfected In Washington for tbe erection of a two million dollar structure at the Washington approach to tho bridge over tho Potomac Shocking charges against Ann Odel la Die de Bar were adduced at tbe- trial of tho woman and her husband 1n- London Young girls were lured to- rufn In the belief that the loss of virtue made them eligible to the sect they gbt to establish let a free sample of Chamberlains Stoma lr and Liver Tablets at Craig sit IIocers drug store They are calertot- ake and more pleasant In effect than- pt1ls Then their use is not followed by constipation as if often the case with pm i Regular size 23c per box- To free himself from blackmailers George F Wolfe a prominent shoe nufacturer of Columbus Ohio haa- made publlo his lifes secret that he- was In his youth a convict In the In- dlana State Prison South He went to Columbu8 penniless and a stranger He Is now wealthy and respected ttorney General Knox reported to tbo president and cabinet that the law of SCO gives the proposed Pacific Ca ble Company the right to land a cable on the shores of tho United States or any of Ha possessions It was claimed tbe treaty of Paris protected an exclus- Ive grant for a cable landing in the Philippines Gov Beckham should remove from- olllco every one of the Hopklnsvllle asylum officials who pleaded guilty to an Indictment for gambling Olllcials- who convert an clemoaynary Institution Into a gambling house can not be fired out of their jobs loo quickly The christian and moral element of theI State will demand thlsEllzabethtownNe- ws e I c j John Poweraand Berry Howard have I been located in Harlan and Bell coun ties respectively but too Common j wealth Is advised that their arrest at ounjtdone when Powers was arrested In county tjKnox alt letters to the prcsldent of the United States should be address eatTho White House Instead of The Executive Mansion by order of tho president Ho has aUoordercd the change made on all stationery at tbo White House and all linen silverware and china hereafter purchased by Mrs Roosevelts orders will bo slmllarly marked The jury In the Powers case was n nally completed at Georgetown and the defenso tiled a motion for the dlschallYu of the whole box on account of Its al legcd political complexion A lupport Ing allldavlt claimed among other things that Powers was a victim of persecution on account of his political belief and that the jury was fixe Judge Cantrlll overruled the motion to disqualify the jury and alto a requcst for permission to the a demurrer to tbo Indictment Tbougu balked In these tastcs for delay tho defense Is conn dent it will be able to kill enough moro time to keep the case from being t1nllh ed at this term of court thus sec rlnJr a mistrial MATRIMONIAL IMr Sebastian Cbevolotto and Mltl Llllle Gooch will be married at Ml Daniel Hester at Ktngavlllo Como rowCapt Wm A Andrews and bride arl speeding their honeymoon In a Hfoot boat bound for Spain They were mar sled at Atlantic City Miss Bessie Stuckey of Moreantow W Va formerly secretary to the pre Ident of tho West Virginia Unlverslt who was shot and seriously wounded by her lover Charles Williamson a few months ago was married to him In Washington Saturday Miss Lucille Llllard the pretty Bnd attractive daughter of Col Kph T Llllard of Frankfort was married Sat irday to Mr Jos R Newton goncri l passenger agent ol the Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad and one of Prank forts foremost business men A Harrodiburc dlspasch sops It II now known that two of the wouldbe bank robber boarded a height hero sod rode to within n mile ot Burgle where they Jumped off and going to Jake Hugueleya farm about a mile fur her stole his Ono saddle horse no race of which has yet been found Mi lugucly had recently refused 1700 for he horse There are thousands of people suflerln untold torture from plies because of th popular Impression that they cannot be cured TABLEUS BUCKEYE PILE INTMENT will cure them and tlttipa lent will remain mred Price 60C In ottiei tubes 76c For sale at PenuyV Of the 12000000000 letters annually letrlbutoi by the postodlces of the world 8000000000 are addressed In nelleh 1200000000 In German and 000000000 In French All the other nguaca have less tban 2000000000 Hffcen them We have seen the frail infant when the faint struggle for existence Hcrucd almost cnded resuscitated and made strong by- the use of WHITES OKEAM EmU FUGH Price 2i cents For sale at mays Drug Store There was u pitched battlo between striking miners and guards In Chris Uan county and trouble between im ported Negroes from the South and rlklng white won U reported at Prov Idence A stitch In time saves nine and dose of lULLAHDSIIOKEHOUNDSY nUl at the beginning of a cold will ne- you many weary hours and evon Clays of stressing and harassing cough lrlce 2S and 50 cents For sale at Pennys Trotting meeting Lexington Oct 818 Low rates one faro round trip- via Q it C Route dhlly from all points In Kentucky Ask ticket agents for particulars Thero U more Catarrh In this section of the- Intry than all otbenllMaw put together Ind- until lilt fw ean was supposed to be In and rronoueurItInd bj constantly tallloz to cure tllDI iircnOunceJ It IiKirible HrUnctreat to a constitutional dltcue has- sreforerequlresconstluInoaltreatmentt Hails Catarrh Cure minur A Co Toledo Ohio b the enly conitlutlonal cure on the It Ii taken lntrnallrlln froro drop to a teaspoonful It acts unThey the blood and mucous surfaces the sri Im ott cone hundred deb raforanycaael Ulls cure Send lor and tntlmonUls ddreas F JCIIENEYAaToledo Sold br druggists 7Sc IIlhl Fsudlr Wilt Ire the bed- ale Of Good Town Property tI Will On Saturday Oct 26th 1901 Att230 f u on puml sell at public outcry tRy wcllll House Lot on Lancaster Ht Stlnlor l Kjrand aloo the adjolulng juslura of itlSiatm The house is 2story frame wet- alroofp necessary outbuildings are on the wade known on day of s JIU3KATKJ W1LIEH PUBLIC SALE I At 10 Mr Tuesday October 29th 1901 J will ofler for gale at outcry on the prcin hea the homes and field conlalnlnc about 84 acres enUy owned by J U Napier deceawd situated on tbe LauTlll about hilt way b twecn lIu- tonyUle and JloreUud Station In Lincoln county lucky stout one mils trout either pllce- Tbere Ii of waer good gnu land balance In tine condition lor ciiltlratlou At the aame time and puce I will also olfcr ulelU head of line beef cattle and 2 good mllkrolI itb youuscalves unless sooner dliiowd nte said sale will be cash tlJ CALDWELL JR f F CUMMINS A MCLARY Dealers in Clothing FurnUliincs and Shoes Stanford Ky will give n pair of Queen Quality 811 Shoes to the Lady sending first correct answers or n pair of 11 L Douglas 83 Shocsto Gentlemen sending first correct answers Answers received until Gov 15 1101 WHAT CAN YOU FIND QN ATKNNYr 1 Part of n river 2 An fnilllnlu au n i 8 A girls dclighYr4 Part of thillH n 6tl weapon of ofillsy a u n 0Ih necessity for n fmcher 7 What we nil lkc 8i1 fruit uv a- I11rnlnslRlioiltunn nau10 A metal v u in11 A weapon of defense 12 What our ancestors fought frt nm 13 What fowls have ai nu au nu1 ttl sign of vietoryu luhlf Ono of the five Ecneefa1 unun10 Purl ofIt whip a V w 17 A preposition na uru ii18 fart of II door u uai u n 10 A flower uuu20 What a book affcllll1lllst have Call or rend for answer hlanks Good Bye Stanford1111 u Itlill U ItII 11+ Not a dollars worth of goods will we carry away from here Take advantage of this itock of seasonable merchandlio while It lute You Can Not Afford To Miss This Great Buy ing Opportunity Fof Rood will be sold for lc s than the cost of the raw material CZVe will pay highest market price in cash for EGGS The Racket Store Stanford Prices LoweJACOB GINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Hngon Lumben Good Milk Cow Ac a Laourm150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213IGEORGE H FARRSCO We Will Tnke In Kxclinngo For Buggies Carriages Buckboardsr Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock ofAll Kinds Corn Wheat Outs liny Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over aD farms only at I per cent Long tlmts and payments A TItIDIILE 3mStanford K y PUBLIE SALE Stock Crop etc I will sell at auction at my place one milt north of paint tick Kyon Thursday October 17th 1901 Beginning at 10 a in the following proper t 5 and 8 old 4foar combined stallion 1ft head mule S and 8 yearolds also several aged mules 10 liar newt and saddle horses 30 fresh milk cow bred to thoroughbred hereford bull tllorougtiredregistered Hereford bull 15 Stacks timothy crop of corn shucked the field also fodder large lot farmln implements all to be sold without reserve For further particulars call on II E Sail ca Danville Terms known on day of lalelIts E H nALLMU IaiDt Lick Ky T n English Auc- trPUBLIC SALE Dank Stock IAnd Livo Stock AI administrator of tho estate of W D iVeathorford I will sell at his late homo on tho pike 9t of mile from Hnitou Mile at 1 oclock sharp on iATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 Thl1 following property 85 shares of stock In the tlnstonvlllo onalllank pair of good work mules pair 2vearold mare mule 14 high grade cows and calves 7 hog2 family mares fllly by Dignity Dare colt 4yearold gelding disc harrow cultivator plow 12 wagon one buckboard phaeton In good repair tot of bitting homes other harness McCormick binder Term made known on dijvor sate JQ WKATllEnFOKD Adtnh FOR SALE goatIwtkC DNN Salem icy FARM FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres known as the Joe lias oraletill Ky for particular PUBLIC SALEt OF Personalty i oldJon Hustouvllle hike on SATURDAY OCT 26 I9OI yearlinggooi1gradegoodwork I bates good tlllothy hay 2honebuggy 2 mowing machine a andgharrow2cultivators3turningplowssotwagon kUchienfurnllurorurmsAEI sums of 310 and under cash securitypayabloln StanfordT AT COST FOR CASH Stock of General Merchandise theClnclnnutfassigned to mo as trustees It consists of- Dry Goods Clothing Groceries Winter Hoots and Shoes Hats Cops Hard staplegoodswhole to anyone ON REASONABLE TERMS I tradolboOf W I2 iAllaoriustnngllle Icy u I