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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at taondclcut maU- aTtabSabaTnd wy suad3xidsapw- av 1 PERYEARCASH When not 10patdI ZOO will becharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going North 11 8ID28 II II 2 41 a mt 2JII South 12 Sa a m II 1162 pm For all 1101 nta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No25 Amlrcaat Stanford at 1OS A u No 21 LeaTM Stanford at 210 A M o21 Arrlrea at Itowland at 1200 DAY No22 Loaret Stanford at 210 r K R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Kv wOffice ovor Higgins McKfnneys Ston Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop t ACoXEizmey Xyr Make and keep constantly on hand th beat of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Cblck en Feed ic Prices very reasonable OUSt torn grinding a specialty D V Iennedy Miller NEW LIVERY SfABLE S W BUSKE k SDU Profs JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale r FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on hand and F for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager ill CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cat PKRM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south of McKlnnny on Mtddleburg pike Ifs acres under fenco and I6S acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as n whole For further Information call on or address J S AJOBLEY McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of about 60 acres 23 miles from flue tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpet terse Station plkt also u good grist mill with good traction engine Will sell roe to JOHN DINW1DDIE 1mIIustonvllle Ky NONE BUT GENUINE I handle flooring Harvester Extras and Fixtures but keep none but the genulni Unless the name Deering on them you may know they are not genuine D S OAHlFSTEK Hustonvllli FOR RENT i Nice cottage and about 33 acres of land 3 miles from Danvllle on Stantord pike 30 acres for wheat Apply to J J MOORE Danville Ky COAL- I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle the best grades of coal T L SUELTON Rowland Kj LAND FOR SALE Slxtvnlna acres being the balance of the Win Davlesn land vet unsold Bounded by the Frankfort llobon end Dlooinflol plkes and lying not ono mile from town- lImlts Will be sold to suit purchaser as c whcle or divided Apply tQ Mrs Wm War ron Danvllle or Sam Forsythe Harrods burg KyLiPUBLIC SALE Thursday October 24th 1901 At m residence at Turnenrllle at 1 p in sharp uy household and kllctita furniture Including s Horns Comfort Range co bales ot clover and Tlino thy and pure Timothy Hay a very tine milk cow Turn known on of nIl SHU 8ALLIE E HAILEV TurnenTille PUBLIC SALE Of StocK and Crop I will sell at public auction at the John M Carpenter placo two tulles from Huston vlllo on the Mlddloburg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 1901 The following described property 30 two y ar old cattle 3d cattle lot milk cows tour of then rcgUtered Jerseys ono 5yearold 10 hand work melee one s earold bay horse Z brood mares one year ling filly by Dignity Dare a hlgbbred Jen nets las sheep SO acres corn 60 acrea hemp In shock IS acres sorghum lot of house t bold and kitchen furniture almost new In eluding nice sideboard and extension table Lot farming Implements In good shape 3 2borae wagons I 1horso wagon and barn ss 1 borfeo power and feed cutter Terms Wfcdp known on of sale JAMES L YANTIS Hnstonvllle Ky f Painting Repairing II I am prepared to paint and your buggy or wagon InOratclasntyle Experienced men to do it and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle I new for very little money J II OBEKU Stanford Iyj A S PRICE Surgeon Stanford Ky Store In tb Owtlc Office OW McRoVerts1 Drug I E R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of E ZdICKAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Prices VitaeOre Do youltnow what It is If not it will pay you to which you can do by the future columns of this paper or addressing TnKo NOIL Geolo gist Chicago LI or N II Boots Agt Marksbury Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eyo Specialist of Louisville will be at St Asnpli HotclStauford Oct 23 and 24 examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PHOPKIKTOH the IthatI desire to announce am ready to do any and all kinds of grind ing and that I will at all times furnish tbe best o- fFlour Meal Sfcipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising w give you thn very best me bnt bear lu mind that I need your patronage MORRIS FUED Pror rsSlavin 8 Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will be In Diarlllfl Mondays WedDCIIyI and Will be In Stanford Tue Urt Thursdays and Sat urdars OlEceIn the 1ennlngton BulldlnglSt nfordOI ice hours 9 to 12 AK 1 to 4 r K- OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed br Dr A T Still of KluiTllle Mo depends on tbe rlnclplM of Anatomy and Fhyrtologr for Its reo no rubbin- gtossrgIcalopentlontanIdalma blag super taluralLAteopathyvlewemm at a machine nice many When all are pam lu ladjusted and not overworked health- a thereaultSome diseases treated by ns J rvons twtrstlon Ueadaches Neuralgia Itheumatltm CatarrhJ Weak Kye Granulated Ltd Goitre VJeUIAI Constipation UTer and Lung IIINOaI18IOnN Enlarged Prostrate all Stomach troubles Bonn and and Iihloation8tlltJolntaJintl Cur1lurea Incontinence Ot Urine uoolillltor Au- xtI Feual DlMuea a specialty Consultation freP J+ G+ McGbMYA EIIIBALMERAnd SABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEK It HAYSQ- 1TDEaTBEERS ALSO DEALERS IM urnitureMattingeRugsAnd they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY I NEWS NOTES Snow fell In Colorado Friday I A tornado near Clifton Kas ewept everything in Its path I A boy was blinded and his team stun to death by bees In Illinois Col R F Ligon former lleutenant governor ol Alabama In dead Jano Morton colored died in Mason county at the ago of 112 years A French count IB tailing across tho Mediterranean In a balloon Three men were killed and six InJur cd in a mine explosion near alrmontt W Va In Harlan county Henry Carter e hot and killed Jack Farmer and was himself slightly wounded Christopher Shelton aged 70 hang d himself at Lexington He had beet In bad health for some weeks A Missouri farmer named Godfrey Wlnzer has been Indicted on leyeral counts for working on Sunday Michael F Crcman manager of a publishing house and his little eon were asphyxiated at Philadelphia A monument to the memory of Tbom as JeffereoQ waa erected at Montlcollo by the Jefferson Club of St Louis Three gushers have come In on SpIn die Top in the Beaumont Tex oil dls trlct There aro now 69 wells In tht localityA ot women and girls In Brooklyn wore attacked by strikers on their way to work and many of tbem bidly hurt Each member ot the Confeder Veteran camps will be asked to coo trlbuto L to the Jefferson Davis monument fund George Rankin a prominent board or trade member at Chicago commIt sod suicide after grieving over tho loath of his wife The McKinley National Mcmor Association was organized In Clay land and an address was Iraued to tbe public calling for subscriptions Plans for the organization ot the lort oat combine have been completed by the steel trust oftlclalt The company vlll have a capital of 149000000 It is reported that the condition of King Edward VII Is becoming alarm log and insurance companies are now Icmandlng prohibitive rates oo bls lire Antonio Magglo tbo anarchist who predicted President McKinleys area nation has been Indicted in New Mexico for conspiracy to kill the pros lent Mattie Oliver aged 18 years swore out a warrant charging Robert Cause a prominent Bowling Green citizen and tarried man with the paternity of ber child The Schley court of Inquiry will not tlollib its sitting before the middle o November The government will not conclude Ita presentation for anottu week The Board of Health of Poltavlllr Pa ordered all women to wear eboi resses because long dresses sweep tbe pavement and gather gorms of disease- In various ways Patrick Crowe tbo alleged kidnaps 01 Edward A Cudahy Jr has announced that ho will surrender and staod trial if the reward for hIs convic tlon la withdrawn The handsome now Masonic Temple which bad been planned for Louisville may not be erected The grand lodge If Kentucky bar not yet enough money ratable for tbe building Court Dunaway killed his half broth cr Dillard Brlnegar In Eatlll county and then committed suicide to keep- from being captured by a posse He- also tried to shoot his wife but failed The organization of the William Me Kloley National Memorial ABaocIatloi Ii being perfected In Washington for- tbo erection of a two million dollar structure at the Washington approach to tbo bridge over the Potomac Shocking charges against Ann Odel la Die de Bar were adduced at the- trial of the woman and her husband 1n- London Young girls were lured to- ruin In the belief that the loss of vl uo- made them eligible to tbo sect they Bought to establish Got a free sample of Chamberlain mach and Liver Tablets at Craig S I1oc1iors drug store They are easier to- take and more pleasant In effect than- pms Then their use Is not followed by istlpatlon as If often the case ltb- pUb Regular size 25c per box To free himself from blackmailers George F Wolfe a prominent shoe nulacturer of Columbus Ohio bas- made public his lifes secret that he tin his youth a convict In tbo In- dlBna State Prison South He went to Columbus penniless and a stranger He Is now wealthy and respected Attorney General Knox reported to the president and cabinet that the law or 860 gives the proposed Pacific Cable Company the right to land a cable on the shores of tbo United States or any of Its possessions It was claimed tbe treaty ot Paris protected an exclus- Ive grant for a cable landing in the phlllppincs Gov Beckbam should remove from- oltlce every one of the Hopklnsvllle asylum officials who pleaded guilty to an Indictment for gambling Officials wbo convert an elemojynary Institution Into a gambling house can not be tired out of their Jobs too quickly The cbrlstlBn and moral clement of tbe- State will demand this EHzabethtown News lit I Powersand Berry Howard IJobn in Harlan and Bell coun1 ties respectively but the Common wealth Is advised that their arrest at- this time would be useless as the C ounlty judges would release them as I done when Powers was arrested In i Knox county- HereafterI all letters to the prcsldent of the United States should bo addrc8 I ellTho White Houle Instead of liTho Executive Mansion by order of the president Ho has altoorderci the change made on all stationery at tbe White House and all linen ellvorwaro and china hereafter purchased by Alre Roosevelts orders will bo e mllarly markedITho jury In the Power case was fi nally completed at Georgetown and the defense flied a motion for the dlecha o of tbo whole box on account of Its l leged political complexion A lupport log eftidavit claimed among otber things that Powers was a victim of persecution on account of his political belief and that the jury was fixJudge Cantrlll overruled the motto to disqualify the Jury and also a requelt for permission to file a demurrer to tbo Indlcimonu Thou u balked In tbeee tat es or delay the defense II confi dint it will be ablo to kill enough more tlmo to keep tbo case from being tloleb ed at this term of court thus secifr a mistrial MATRIMOH Mr Sebastian Cbevolctto and Mln Llllle Gooch will be married at Mr Daniel Heaters at Klngavlllo torn rowCapt Wm A Andrews and bride art speeding their honeymoon la a Iroot boat bound for Spain They were mar vied at Atlantic City Miss Bessie Stuckey of Morgantot W Va formerly secretary to the pres- Ident of tho West Virginia Unlvcrtl who was shot and seriously wounded by her lover Charles Williamson a fow months ago was married to him In Washington Saturday Miss Lucille Llllard tbo pretty aod attractive daughter of Col Kph T jlllard of Frankfort was married Saturday to Mr Jos It Newton Jcncrl11 passenger agent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad and one of Frat fort foremost business men A Qarrqdsburg sags It Ie now known that two of the wouldbe bank robber boarded a freight bero end rode to within a mile of Burgh where they Jumped oil and going to Jake Hugucleya farm about a mile rur her stole his fine saddle horse trace of which has yet been found lolr lugucly bad recently refused 1700 for ho horse There era thousands of people BU ering untold torture from piles because of tho opular Impression that they cannot be cured TABLEKS BUCKEYE PILE INTMBKT will cure thorn and the pa lent will remain cured Price 60c In ottiei tubes 75c For sale at Penny Ot the 12000000000 letters annual Dtrlbutoi by the postofllcea of tbe world 8000000000 are addressed In nglleb 1200000000 In German and 1000000000 In French All tbo othe nguagea have less than ITOOOOOOOC bet Neon them S SWo have seen tho frail infant when the Lint struggle for existence teemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by- tlae use of WHITES CKEAM VEKMI HOE Price 2 cents For sale al mnya Drug Store Thero was u pitched battle between Iking miners and guards In Cbrfi- tlan county and trouble between 1m ported Negroes from the South and Iking white men U reported at Prov Ideoce A stitch in time eaves nine and a- dose of IULLAKDJJ HOKEHOUNDSY HUP at the beginning of a cold will lavO- TOU many weary hours and ovonrtlavi of distressing and harassing cough Price 25 and 60 cents For sale at Pennys Trotting meeting Lexington Oct 818 Low rates one tare round trip via QeL C Route dilly from all points In Kentucky Ask ticket agents for particulars Tbero U more Citarrb In thli section of the Cluatry than all othcrdl eae put together and- untU the Itit few jean was to be la sod ahle For a great men yemdoctors pronoucur It a local dlieana and prescribed remeno and by coqiuntly ItSncireble with Sclencereat such Idle- lInnt proTen catirrb to lie a constitutional dliesuo hat- harelor conitltuilonal treatment flails Calarrh Cure manufactured F J Chennjr A Co Ohio Ie the onl1oonltluUonal curt on the market It h taken dOte- trom lOilroratoa It ecu Urtctly oo the blood and Inucoullurraceeot tbe 11alm Tbey ollr one hundred dollr tor curl to cure Send for andtestimonials ddresi r1 J CIiENEYdtxlTolelooo- ld by drugg1st7c labs Family Wilt are the test Sale Of Good Town Property I Will On Saturday 026th 1901 AtJZIO r M on premise sell at public outcry my Dwelling HOUM on Lancaster BU In- 8tanloll K11t and also the adjoining ptsturn or- abont 13 al The house Ij2slory frame met alroor and alt neceuary are on time preflllerma made known outlay of nle Mils KATE MILIEU PUBLIC SALE I At 10 A M Tuesday October 29th 1901- ill ofler lorwleatpubllooutcry on the prcm 1 the boutcs sad friri about 84 acres owned byJ U Napier dereued situated- heDauv111epikeon about lull way b tween lIua- tonUle and Station In Lincoln county- Kentuct1 about one mile trout either rlace- Tbue It of wacr rood grau land balance In line condition lor cultlratlou At the same time and plies I will alto offal for ule 1U head of tine beef cattle and 2 good mllkcon- wltb 10UO calves unless sooner dlio Nl of st prl nte tale Teruisof said sale will is cnn ttI UCALDVELJR r I CUMMINS A MCLARY i Dealers in Clothing Furnishings null Shots Stanford Kywill givo n pair of Queen Quality 83 Shoes to the Lady sending first correct answers or n pair of 11 L Douglas 83 Shocsto Gentlemen CUlling first correct v- AVHAT answers Answers received untilov 15 1001 CAN YOU FIND QN ATENNYf V1 Part of n riveruuiln unuai 1 2 An animal nnnnnaV n 8 A girls delight 4 Part of u hill G11L wcnpou olicusef ie C A necessity for u t nciujr 7 What wo all like7 K 811l fruitt I n Iir A ptllllelllUClltnn nuf 10 Ainoknl v 11 A weapon ofIlefenaeu 12 What our ancestors fought fi riv13 What fowls have r i nauu14 A sign of victoryu ayru unulf One of the five 501150u vriv v- 1C Part ofa whipui1a1 proposition uunu1f ia u ubn f 18 Part of a door1D4l floweru u uuu u 20 Wlmtn hook agent must l1aYeuaau n u Cull or send for answer blanks Good Byre Stanford I- e f11111111111111111111111t Not a dollars worth ot goods will wo carry awaY from here Take advantage oft I his stock of treasonable merchandise while It lute You Can Not To Miss This Great Buy ing OpportunityiFot goods will be soldfor lose than tho cost of tho raw material U3TVe will pay highest market price in cash for KUQS The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For tale House and Lot on Main St Hnrsc Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumbers ood Milk Oow Ac Lamps I fIn150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS CO AVc Will Tnkc In Exclinngo For Buggies Carriages Buckboardsto 10 Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wlicsit Onts Hay Jtyc u at highest market PlicesICarson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOAN Io sums of one thousand dollar and over on farms only at S per cent Long tlmu and A TIU01ILE SatStaoford Iy PUBLIE SALE Stock Crop etc I will sell at auction at my place one mile north ot Taint tick Kyon Thursday October 17th 1901 leglnnlng at 10 a m the following proper t 5 and a years old1 4yuar rombineditalllon 15 mule 1 2 aid a cnroldsi aged tnUltl1l110 liar nose and saddle horses 30 fresh milk cow bred to thoroughbred Hereford bull thorougllbredregistered Hereford bulls L tacks i of corn shucked In tho field also fodder largo lot farming Implement all to be sold without reserve II E SalinePar further call on lanvlllc Ky Terms made known on day ot sale MItS K II HALLVIM Ialnt Lick Ky T n English Auc- trPUBLIC SALE Bank StocklAnd Livo Stock As administrator of tho ctttnte of W D fcathorford I will suit at his latu homo on- tho pike 9i of a mile from llunou Alit at 1 opock sharp on IATUPDAY OCTOBER 191901t 85 shares of stock ho following pro In time Hustonvlllo National hunk 1 pair of good work mules 1 pair 2 yoarold mare mlcs II high grado cows and calves j- hogs2 family mares 2yearold filly by Dignity Dare 1 colt 14 gelding I i bornecultivator I disc harrow ono buckboard Jhllewnlq goodwagon sot of Barnes and otherjpalrj arnessi McCormick binder Term mado known on aaloJlfa Admh I o FOR SALE 01butlJlorulEy FARM FOR SALE IlasLuall Ky for partlculara PUBLIC SALEt Of Personalty iIoldJon Hustouvllle pike on SATURDAY OCT 26 IOOI yearlinggoodtradeaged wellbroko maa mules ono good 1 work mare 10 acres corn In shock oeo wagonbuggy y irarrow2cultjvafora3turning setaplow gear also household and kitchen furniture Turms All sums of 110 and under cash securitypayahloln StanfordT AT COST FOR CASH Stock of General Merchandise theCincinnatia lgned to mo us trustcoi It consists of Dry Goods Clothing GrocerlerWinter hoots and Shoes Hats Oops Hard IItaplegoodwhole to anyone ON REASONABLE TERMS I tradeTheEDWAUD ALOOHN Trustee Of W U Minor Uustonvlll I y f u yes p i rt TTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL EC WALTON DEMOCRATIC PARTY TIe Is the way to vote ibi Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For Representative M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk CEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Ghtrilf M S BAUGHMAN For Assessor It M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W I HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrates J A Dudderar Fred Compton W D WaHIn O A Smith W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for lUllroad Comtnliiloaer for the 2d Dlttiict lableet to the will ofthe democracy IF Col W P Walton of the Ear rodsburg Democrat has as smooth sail leg to other couotleaaa be will bve ID Garrard he will win the railroad com mlsslonershlp ID a walk The democrats here appreciate the gallant flgh be has made for the party at all times and know that ho has never failed to take his place on tbe firing liDo In eVe ery bard fought battle the party bas engaged In On tbe other band Col Walton has made many friends among the republicans who admire his grit and appreciate his work as an editor As tbe Record has said before If be Is not given the place It will be tbe basee piece of Ingratitude upon tbe part of the democracy But ho la going to ge there with both feet Lancaster Record AT tbe bead of this column will be shown tbe way that democrats will vote A cross in tbe circle under tbe rooster will cause your vote to be re corded for tbe entire democratic ticket Stamp there and If there Is to bo any scratching tbe game cook Is able to do It There la little danger of demo cratic defeat In this county absolutely none If democrats will go to the polls Tbe election Is just a few weeks off Get in your work now on every doubt ful voter and be sure to be at the polls with him Nov 5 THE Paducah NewsDemocrat cor rectly sizes up tbe situation as follows Now listen for the abuse of Col T C Campbell at the bands of tbe assassina tion Organs By tbe way It may not bo a fact generally known to republi cans in this part of Kentucky that the man defended bi Col Campbell and whose light sentence resulted in the Cincinnati riot was subsequently pardoned by McKinley while governor of Ohio Wonder if even such assassina tion organs as tbe Post know this piece r of history TUB health authorities of Stark county Ind have adopted an unusual method of controlling an epidemic of diphtheria by ordering the killing of every cat In the infected section of the country Cats have been found suffering with the disease in its virulent type and the epidemic Is attributed to this source As cats spread disease and dogs make night hideous whats the matter with exterminating both the canine and feline creation Tills from the Louisville Post may be taken with a good supply of salt It la said steps will be taken to furnish a guard for Judge Cantrlll at George town owing to the rumored threats his life tagainstTilE real reason Roosevelt appointed Gov Jones to a Federal ju3geshlp In Alabama has leaked out There was no republican In the State qualified to Oil the position DID you ever notice how many post ofllce robberies occur just before elec tions If you have not watch the pa pen closely from now until Nov 5 The Powers Trial The State In the Powerscaseacno celt that Ii will close today At noon yesterday the defendant waR selzfd with vomiting spell and showed oth er signs of collapse Arthur Goebol bus employed Earl Asbbrook of Paris to assist In the prosecution of Powers while the defense will be assisted by former Com mOD wealths Attorney John S Smith of Paris Thirteen witnesses were examined during the second day of the trial of Caleb Powers Edward Stelley testn1 ed that he was offered 815 by a friend of Powers to go to tbe otflco of a Louie vllle newspaper and make a statement that bo had perjured himself In his tES ttraony on the first trial of Powers Hu named Dr S P Tlramona of Louis vllle as the man who had made tbe propositionIke of Bell county a new witness swore damaging facts against all the men accused of Goebels murder He Implicated Taylor Youtso Caleb Powers and Wharton Golden He testified that Caleb Powers told him there was going to be a fight at Frankfort and that all the men sbould keep silent after Goebel was shot A man ID the governors reception room tried to break open the office of the Secretary of State with a hatchet but Taylor and W J Davidson told him Dot to do Ik Davidson drew a revolver and told the man If he opened the door he would shoot Oa Saturday before Goebel was shot Hopkins said You sey was talking with Tallow Dick Combs He said My job depends on Goebels life I have given Combs 1100 to do the wore and 25 others have done the same thing Goebel will be killed and this Is the man pointing to Combs who will do U1 THIS AND THAT Josh Jones sold to C E Miller J5 000pound cattle at 4c Frank Gibson of Albany was klllei while fooling with a pistol There are six persons In Andersoi jaunty whose average ago is 02 Fire destroyed the Merchants Hotel at Bardwell causing a loss of 810000 The dead body of a man was found In a well In Clinton county and foul play Is suspectedThe of Senator Depew and Miss May Palmer will take place In Europe next month John McGee a brakeman on the L A N road fell from a train near Middles boro and was killed Texas oil will be used as fuel for five- new ships which will run betweei America and Ireland The next meeting Qf the Southert Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky will be held at Lexington In 1902 Vigorous warfare la to be waged galnsttlcketscalplng by tbe American Association of General Passenger and Ticket Agents Albert Hardin aged 55 years a prominent citizen of McOreary Gar ard county Is dead of rheumatism Tier four years Illness Special Judge Goldsmith of Louis vl11e decided that pursesnatching Is only larceny and becomes robbery only when great violence Id used Pete T Colgan a paymaster for the rlrginla Iron Coal Coke Company was shot by a highwayman near Mid ilesboro and robbed of 2000 The jail at Palntsvllle Is being heay Uy guarded because of rumors that Mends will attempt to rescue Frank Hall and Isom Sloane Indicted for robbery Henry Schoen ot Germantown and Miss Annie Schiler of Austria were tarried at Danville The contracting parties had never met before the day tbey were married When Dennis McCullom was acquitted at London for killing Ace Gilbert In Clay upon motion of Commonwealths Attorney Isaacs Judge Dish man discharged William McCullom and Julius Webb POLITICAL Congressman Hull of Iowa Is great Iy Washington dined with resident Roosevelt Wednesday Tho total registration In Louisville Is 44300 Of these 37080 are white and 7300 colored Ed Parker of London will bo a can dldate for the republican nomination for Congress In the 11th district Tho Carlisle Mercury says that Hon James D Black of Barbourvllle made an excellent speech there Monday Rufus Blakeinan has been appointed atmastcr at Cottonbure Madison county and Angellne Dixon at Gourd etcher county The postofllce department has Issued a notice that rural free delivery will be tabllshed on the routes recommended by inspectors or not at all James J Osborne of Cynth lana has been appointed as candidate for circuit judge to succeed Judge Hanson Ken- ncdr who was forced to decline the nomination on account of 11 health R H Davenport of Midway a storekeeper and guager In the Seventh Col toys district la said to be the oldest nploye In point of age In the United Btate3 government service Mr Day onport was born about nine miles from sxlngtoni on the Richmond pike Do cember 23 1811 he now being in his itb year 1 fJfJ i s il S S I I IIt Is To Your Interest f4s t To buy goods where you can get the most for the least money We are bound 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 at our store will go as far as two or three dollars at other stores 1 o ig The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale To Quit i 1 Business o 1 s bringing hundreds of bargain seekers to our store as far as 50 miles away t il Come you have a chance to buy good goods at half prices as such bar as we are offering never will be offered again All goods in OUt store h J1wilt positively be slaughtered to wind up business in Stanford I i Ladies Kid Gloves t We have em in lllack vimjft Tan RednJ1d nU other col These Gloves aresoMat 150 in all other stores j our special closing out price 49c l At strictly halt price to close them out in the next fo 1days ladies dont miss this great skirt sale OSo for Blftuk S Dress Skirt worth 2 148 for oxtn Line dross skirt worth 3 All better grade of dress skirts go at the same reduc tion 50 ladies nearsilk under skirts black and colors worth 1 our price 49c Mens 15c Collars 5c 200 dozen of mens 4ply linen collars nil sizes find styles to select from Those collars will cost you 15u elsewhere Come quick and lay in a supply at 5c Speaial A few mens colored cuffs worth 25c a pair in this sale 80 LinenwWe have n few plain white anti S fancy worth 50c a yard go in this sale at 25o Mens Socks e Mens Gray Wool Socks worth 20c a pair Come and got a few pair as long as they last at IOu Special for Our Country Merchant 5 Friends We invite every merchant to call and price our line of i Fall and Winter Goods We guarantee to sell you good = goods cheaper than any wholesale house in the city Give us n trial and we will convince you i Bed Spreads The kind you pay 1 for in other stores come and see these spreads and you buy em at 49c Mens 50c Ties 25c Qver 500 to select from all styles and colors every store- will ask you 50c for these same tics we ask you 25c 5 Boys Suits 210 quality boys 3piece suits the very latest style coat and vest neatly trimmed at 98c Blankets And Comforts1 l 10x4 Blankets all colors worth 1 in this sale tiDe 160 5 Blankets 70c all better Blankets cut in half Heavy com s p forts at 49c G9c 75c fiRe 125 and 118 i SThe Only Cheap I Store In Stanford 0 1 fSlSil n V MATRIMONIAL Walter Rogers and Miss Ella Watson were married at William Wateoni WednesdayR aged CO and Miss Jane Baugh 41 were married at Preachers vllle this week Robert French and Miss Laura Lux on popular young people of Richmond were married Wednesday Wm M Caldwell of Maryvllle Tenn and Miss Elizabeth Penny ol Perryvllle will be married Oct 23 The marriage of J Arthur Smith and Miss Marie Wathen daughter ofi R N Wathen tbe wellknown banker and distiller of Lebanon Is announced to take place Oct 30 The marriage of Miss Sarah Cecil daughter of Mr and Mrs C P Cecil Sr of Danville to Mr Frank C Tav lor of Carlisle will be solemnized on the evening of November at tbe Trin ity church The bride Is one of the handsomest and most popular of the younger set of her town When you waits up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to Craig Hock or1 Drug Store and got a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets One or two doses will make you well They asu cure biliousness sick headache and constlpaton L S3IISSSQS + t 1Ut+ Jo1111 JoJo H13 THINGS ABOUT COLDS Never let a cough or cold get the strl of you Disease finds its best ally In disdain of only cold II Find a remedy you can rely on and keep it In the house A reliable remedy Is one that cures quickly and without the possiblity of harm III Such a remedy la Syrup of White Pine Compound with Tar It cures the right way It doesnt dry up a cough It soothes inflamed surfaces stops Irritation and promotes expectoraton Equally good for young and old Price 2- 5cPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky +++ + + tot t + + + + + + t S C Corsets Choice of 250 corsets in white drab blue pink long S 5 short and medium waisled regular 50o quality reduced to s J 25c All 75c S C P D anti W B corsets reduced to49o i50o quality misses corsets and corset wait cut in this J sale 25 c 1 Nursing corset reduced to 50c 1 Quality ladies corset waists now 50o- Wo arc agents for the celebrated II TI Leather Tipped Corsets sold always at 150 in this sale will sell at USe l 15 Shoes hoots and Shoes cheaper than over before 800 pair ladies custommade sample shoes worth from to 0 at G9c 200 pair ladies and misses to 150 shoes at 48c i500 pair mens custonfinndo shoes coarse anti fine worth 2 a pair at 98o fJ S S Ions Kino Shoos Black and Tan Box Calf Vici Kid Chrome Calf etc at half price Ladies heavy Fhoos at most given away Childrens school shoos for 40c up WP I will save you at least 50 per cent on mens and hoys boots Mens Hoots worth 2 only few pair at rl8a ti Boys Overcoats Wo have about 200 Boys Sample Itmfer Overcoats the actual value of thoso goods are 3 and 4 Your choice t while they last nt 198 lOc Pearl Buttons 6c 25o Fancy Socks lOc 15c Socks So 50c Work Shirts 25c 25c Suspenders 15c 1 IonJ Shirts 49o ItO Fountain Pms 150 bOo Gloves 25o 25e Worsted i 55 15o 50c orsted1e 35o Worsted 17 l2o Closing Out Prices on Clothing f Printers ink can not do us justice in tolling you of tho many values wo have Come anti see for yourself mitt you eSwill admit that every wordw say is true Boys heavy Cheviot suits worth 2at 9H mons Blue and Black chev ti iot suits worth 750 at 3 03 Mons blue and black clay worsted suits worth 6a 295 Boys 5 overcoats go in v5 this sale at at 198 Ions 750 overcoats go in this salo i 5 at 3Dl Mens 125 Duck Coats go at 7flo Mens and floyd Ulstors at your own price Mens Mcintosh coats with onpos worth 250 this salo 12- 4Domestics 50 pieces Outing Flannel worth 7 l2on yard at only Sc host 7 l2c Shirting Cotton goes in this dale at 5c ti Calicoes such as Indigo Blue Hed Black and White and Fancies go at 4c iHoosier Gotten full yard wide at only 4 84c 7 lo quality Bleached Cotton no starch in this only 5c t Best Amoskoag Apron Gingham no better made only 5c 10 and 12 l2o Dross Ginghams only a few pieces loft at 7 i2c Bo Special sale of Lace Curtains Capes and CloaksSI S Nice Cloth Capes trimmed with fur worth 150 at 49c i All 2 and 250 double capes cut to OSoSHandsome Plush Capes trimmed nm heeding worth 350 at 148 5 Childrens Long Cloaks dollar quality at tOe Childrens 350 Cloaks elegantly trimmed go at 148 55 Ladies 500 Jackets in this salo 325 S Ladies 750 Cloaks latest styles 28 incites long at 498 Wo have a great many others too numerous to mention e The Louisville Store I5 5S 0 55 S S SS S s s S55siL i I SS I t I oui a 1 4 1 SS S pniingerWholesale Retail tt f ss S 5 5 I S SS55 Ie New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You FId Everything Perfectly Fresl- And you bate a Nbc New Stock to select from Your patronage will is ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us I wew SAUNDERS at CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street i j A RUN ON SOAP m Notice our lOc Soap Display Any Cakes for 25cj nny 7 Cokes for COc Some of our popular brandsare TonknTalpa Heather Den Savon Royal helloI trope Florentine a la Violet La France Rose Virginia Violet Lana 011Uutfarmilk I Marguerite Carnation Crushed Lilacs Roses Carnations Lilies Norlnkle SkIn Soap Craddocks Medicated Blue Carbolic Sulphur Tar and Witch Hazel CIARI HKERo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 18 1001 TRY tho Judea Taft cigar for n cbolco smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR proscription work It unsurpaas PoooysDruPERSONALS Mn J K FARitisUlll Mils SAMUEL HELM Is visiting In Knoxvllle UORACI BROWN wits In Lexington tbli week Miss MARY WUAIITON Is visiting In countyft W CURU ol Burgln Is a with Mrs Mary Bronaugb MRS J LTOTTENls visiting Mrs t E H Ballard at Paint Lick MISS EUGENIA IULLIAM Visited friends i Lexington and Georgetown T P UiLLSPALUiNO Is back from Lebanon whore bo has been attending court MR WILL O UARDIN of Cbatta noojra was with his brother Mark Hardln Mns R S DAVIS JR of Flttsburg Pa Is lobo guest of her sister Mrs J P Jones beImiteAdvoeatop burg Tuesday to see about the hotel he will take charged Dec 1 MR J L MYRRH and wife of Hus tnvlllo and W G Mersboe of Si Louis aro with Mrs F A Merihon 1 FRIENDS of Mrs Edwin Morltz arc glad that she has regained her voice which dcscrtea her nearly two woolen ago ItoliERT C HAMILTON was stricken by paralysis Sunday morning and re o mama In a serious condition Central Lecord e MRS JOHN F KNULEMAN went Grays Tuesday In answer ton dispatch stating that her slslor Mrs Leland er Canlc was dead MRS ADDISON KING has ns her guests her mother Mr S B Bright and sister Mrs D F Logan of Boy e Winchester Democrat MR J M ALVEIISON set three and a aball columns of brevler type In tbli odlco wltbpuc making an or CroeJOHN COLEMAN of the N Sid Platt Co Louisville was hero Wed nesday walling on our young men who wanted uptcdalo furnishing good a Miss STELLA MCCLARY who bad to close her school at White Oak will re open Monday next 21 Sbo Insists that all children bi present the first dav TUB Warren Grlgsby Chapter of t U D C Is to havo a call meeting ibis afternoon at 210 oclock at Mr J Hays All members are requested be present MISSES Sue MOHOIIERTS of Dan vlllo Julia Higgins of Richmond an Katherine Wad tell of Somerset id a merry party 19 vUli the Way county oil Holds yesterday LOCALS FRESH fish at W II Brady FOUND A ladles jacket Morris Fred WINTER Lap b eaJ O Me Clary WEDDING preseotsin endless variety at Hamiltons NEW Cloaks and FursJust recorr John P Jooeltoti LAROK assortment of presents at Embrv St gnllelDanlIt SEE Hamilton stogyak wedding presents before you make your seloo tlonItA E GlliHONS of Danville will sell you a room of wall paper for 20c orig fall price was 225itTUB residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton la for sale Apply at this odlco HENRY JAMES who worked forma years In Mr Wm Daugheriva bla smith shop died Wednesday and burled yesterday CHRISLER Mrs Mary Cbrlslcr r lie need aunt of Mrs A G Eastland of this place died in Louisville of pm monia Sbo was formerly from Marc county REMEMDER the sale of W D Wcath erlords effects beginning at 1 oclock near Hustonvillo tomorrow Saturday afternoon Bank stock horses cattle ti ci to bo sold + Gov JAMES B MCCREARY the next U S Senator from Kentucky speak at Lancaster Monday weokco- ty court day A good crowd will g Lincoln to bear him 4tram fl ATTENTION The A O U We aro requested to meet Monday night at 730 All are urged to bo prebeas business of Importance transacted J L Boazley M W AN enjoyable bop was given at Wal tons Opera Tuesday bvenlng Tbo visiting ladles present were Misses Katberlno Waddell Somerset Anolo Bronaugh and Byrt James Crab Orch a s A K GninoNs of Dativlllp is ter duties his wall paper stock Bio lot of Corduroys lor skirts and shirtwaists J P Jones HOUSE Lob next to L d N crossing on Danville Street for sato cheap for cash Mary Lytlo WE have plenty of kinds of feed such as hay corn oats and shlpstUfl Cheap for cash J H Baughman Co NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Six per coat penalty will bo added to all city texas not paid before Nov 1001 L R Hughes collector TilE Q willrum n Its last oxcur slon of tbo season Cincinnati Sunday This Is tbo last chance to secure the low excursion rates until tho season opens scats next spring Round trip 125 KILLED BEUale4lTho bay mar owned by non James N Saunders arid driven to Walter Saunders deliver wagon got down In her stall In Braces livery stable Wednesday nlghtand dead when touch yesterday morning Sbo didnt like to be hitched sad bad previously been found down In ho stall STARTS THEM KARLY Mr S W IiverymeolievesI early In life He has taken as full artners In his business which wo ate egladsons egad two years and three months respectively They should bo bustlers by tbo time they Jot to bo men A COUNTRY man came to town tbe- otbor day and called on ono of our un dertakcrs saying bo wanted to look at omo cofllns Whos dead ho was asked and ho repliedflOb nobody yet but my wifes mighty sluk and yourIgivetoa r of caikuu sod left feeling that ho b struck the right place to buy his wife outfit Theres nothing like taking time by the forelock IDALLOT PAPER TBO paper to used lo making ballots for tho coming election has arrived anti the ballots will be printed noxt week Tbo paper Is from Diem ft Wing tho wellknown paper firm and Is not the kind It Is claimed was used In Johnson Knox Martin and other counties two years ago by long shot On the con trary II Is of tine quality 80 pounds In weight and the very kind that should bo used In the election of our splendid democratic ticket We printed 5000 educational ballots a few days ago Jahcorn at t heap at 1260 James Backlog sold to TtQha or seized an aid soclely A P Sloan t D1eKacbald ei o o Milkd0r Is in Casey taunting cattle Eld A R Mooro will preach here at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Milford Eubanks of Mt Salem Is hero as Is Jas Floyd of Casey ACCOMMODATING ulr Jag F Hoi dam the clever and efllclent clrc clerk Is tbo most accommodating tleman In the county He not only en joys doing his fellowman favors but frequently seeks an opportunity for asdwe cxagcrato ah wo say bo has taken several hundr bundles of stationery to Crab Orchard merchants for us and whether it Is through force of habit or gcnulno cl ova erness we Are not ablo to say ho very frequently calls at this ofllco and auks Anything for Crab Orchard this ovo sing Mr Holdara makes fully trips between Stanford and Crab Orch ard annually and bo told us the olher day that ho bad never gone thodlstancb without ono or more bundles and hoe carried as many as a round dozentilL is no troublo to mo to thus tenor ray icekmewas ho with printing matter the other day BUSTONVILLEDrEdward Alcorn writes as follows to tbo Danvlllo Ad municipalor af served tho city very acceptably and to tho eminent satisfaction of ail cosec od as police judge for four years sad sires to till tbo position for another term Mr J D Swopo Is his op p0 ant and Is also a good man Mr A Jones who has been a terror to evildoers In tho capacity of town mitred ageuannounced and era doing some electioneering Either of these tlemen could bo depended upon to poeltlon MFrvocompose the present board of council men They have behind them an un Judiragwill bo candidates for reelection An fieldbutbeen obtained OUIt shoe department is filled with UIII Dont buy until you sec whet ttehBVtl John P Jones DEMOCRATIC harmony and a united effort should be tho motto In Lincoln county for the serf lbdayaISALEJn our advertising columns JIWOct 31 Besides selling a lot of stackIfeed farming Implements etc nusltonvlloIt Tbo house Is a modern elx room cottage le thntlargo lot of household and kitchen fur nlturo will also be sold TEST No7 Maccabees of ibo World broke tbo record Wed pesday sight by initiating a round hexes candidates late the mysteries of that good order They are J Dh AI versos Rowan Saufley S P Stag J Flory AeU S Traylor Tbo Junction City degree team the best In workrw war very Seven years ago this team assisted in organlz ing the tent here and It was fitting that It should be called on on this brilliant aerates While all of the visiting gentlemen did well In their parts tbo Put Commander King and Judos were specially tine In tbo absence of tbo gentleman who takes Mallllhlas Eleas xae detained at homo by illness Su oreme First Master of Guard DL F El kin of this placo played the rolo very creditably After the work was over a number of the members made timely talks Including Mr Elkln who told of the growth of iho order In Kentucky pentIg trKentucky there aro 3200 mombcrswho carry about 4000000 In Insurance There hat been no trouble whatever ID throe were hags after odlclal notification was made Stanford Tout was Instituted In April boat 1803 with 27 members and wtlle Us growth has not boss phenomenal bas 06 substantial member today who rep resent the principal business Interests of Stanford and Lincoln county This Tent has tho distinction of having an olllcer of tbo Supremo Tent as a met z her and In him is quad an untiring worker Mr Elkin takes great Inter eat In his homo lodge and It was thro his Influence that Supremo Commander D P Markey lectured hero several years ago Our ueople will remember Mr Markeya excellent effort and poe slbly no little of tho credit of the sub thhele ul presentation of the object of the order of Maccabees and the great good It is doing Stanford Toot has juat received handsome paraphernalia end a degree team Is gelling in readiness dodo work With the good latent it has thorn Is no reason why It should not soon rook with Iho foremost teams In the State and that It will do so we have no daub Tho visiting knights were handsomely entertained wbllo hero with supper at the St Asaph Hotel and a palatable lunch at JobQ H Meters restauranl which leered until too wee lILa hours following gentlemen compose aliJunction Citys degree team W C Surber Dr J R Steele Dr H S Chase Charles Linglo R H West daMat Eoglcman Will J Burke Jos E Prowitt Joe E Booth and L J Miller KINGSYILLEeel A protracted meeting Is in progress at the Christian church conducted by Rev Dr J L Allen of Danvlllo The sick as a rule arc Matter Joseph Richard Walter Is qua t0 sick Wo havent heard anything lI grip yet but just watt Father Thomas of Ottcnbolm w perform tba ceremony at ho marrla of Mba Gertrude Pcnnybacker and Benjamin G Allen on the 23rd Your correspondent spent moat leaf week with friends In Somerset stopping over at Eubanks to spend a day with her brother J E Crclghton at tbo Donnelley Hotel Miss Lillie Gooch and Sebastian Chovolctto will bo married today at the Christian church by Roy Dr AI yoniY0g a n0 whnea week chlldrd0a n Mrs Wm Reynolds accompanied LudlC a a few days last week Mrs G W Ball has aftIhM totallonIn his recent writeup of Somerset tho editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL tailed to mention one very interesting subject h o the beauty of too young 1aIq dies It is a little city noted or ought to be for Its pretty girls Of the many who aro made conspicuous by radiant beauty are Alsace Marguerite Porch and Ada Sheppard besides numerous ofyetcourse Crab Orchard Our little railroad park is yet a thing of beauty in autumnal robes Sorghum making and nut gathering ar manyAnacd tel ephone poles await shipment at tbo depotIood dentist no w seems to be doing a prosperous business In his ofllce at too Govcr House tboIlntostreet and will move to it toe near future Our milliners Mra Kitty King and Miss Jennie Payne have a alto Una of millinery and promise satisfaction lo 10IMrs J S Stapp has opened he puplllrhesutllclently so he Is rendering ante in some classes Roscoe Perkins left Monday for Pu chic Col where he hopes to recuperate bis falling health He will be miss ed by bis associates and friends all of whom wish him well The band boys gave a very elegant oyster and Ice cream supper at the school building Wednesday night upon which occasion they dispensed sweet musts to those In attendance We aro having lovely weather and everyone seems to be taking advantage of It in every possible way farmers gathering their harvest Oiling their garners hauling wood and making every necessary preparation for winter Mrs Margaret Gormley was called by telegram to attend tbo burial of her grand daughter Mice Mildred Gor toy at Richmond Mrs J B Willis is visiting her seas In Fayette and la en joying a woll earned and muchneeded rest after her arduous labors during he prosperous waterlog season just past IMrs J J Brooks Is visiting her el Joseph MInary In Mlea Virginia Worrell spent a to days with friends In Garrard bit Jean Buchanan Is homo from an e tended visit to friends in Loulsvlllo Lebanon Lon Pettus Is down tro Livingston spending a few days with bis family bliss Ellle Ewell of Loult vllle Is a pleasant visitor of Mrs Alice Singleton Mrs Scott Farrle returned Wednesday from a visit to friends In Lancaster J S Damron lIon the sick list Mrs A Addama returned to be dome in Lebanon yesterday alter very pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Jano Buchanan J W James an wife have taken possession of their nowly purchased home formerly owned by Mrs Catherine MuAlistor They contemplate remodeling it In tbo spring Misses Rhoda end Allle Pill man of Park vllle hove been pleasant guests of Mrs Kittle King and Miss Bottle Hlgglns They returned to their homo yesl rdayv accompanied by Miss Molllo Plttman who has been as slstlng Mrs King In the millinery bus Incss PUBIC SALE I On Thursday Oct 31 1901 I vlll sail to the hl4htstbidder absolutely with out rrotmor on r 00 Wot IloueholdFltehenFarolmrs wblrbIWre 10 fact every thing m romrarahel new ano laant derondlllon Alaavayflue pair or 2 jrtrclj Mare multi combined rOIu none Jer sty row Irish weanling aloes good abort yearliogsteers brood sow and 12 tttlliog hogs 8 toniof IInt lau Haled Timothy nay Ihaeton and llarneu nearly new tiiiKxy and baro ptformstalroroadscuperandsome a0 le rrlraielySA Modern SliSoom Cottage Nearly New withgIre all hoite coal house tine cistern feel garden with wateretgrasslotattachedOl Al the borne property and the town of lluttonrllle upon andaltInastinelstateg0 In Drar4 lot tints will beln at oclock made known oa day of tile J W ALLEN Huttonrllle Ky elEnglish Aucr PUBLIC SALE I At 10 M Tuesday October 29th 1901 will offer lor sale at public outcry on the pre ol atreeron the anTlIle pike about hill way b tweeD Jill rollOtyKentllckThere Is oraer goal gnu land bola 111in tine condition lor culllratlon At the awe time and pence I will also oWn for ule 10 head of fine beef cattle and 2 good milk with younq ealveaunleaaaoonerdipoeadofat- Tate sale Term aale La II CALDWKLL SALEbySank Stock And Livo Stock Dorthe Liberty pike 9i of a mile trots Huston vllle At oclock sharp on SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 1 The following property S5 shares of stock tho Hustonvllle National flank pair of work mules pair 2vcarold maro mules II high grado cows and calves byDlgDltydisc harrow cultivator plows 2ho0wagon one buckboard phaeton la good set of bitting harness and other harness McCormick binder Terms made known on day of sale O WEATHERFORD Admr it t r J For the next Few Days We Will Offer OurjLine o- fQueensware T- At f a very low price to make room for other goods TilingSee John Bright Jr Be Co dfile Greeii J iVer Development Co Wm Hick President L II Ihettyplace VicePresident IaoagorDJrector PpGray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 19 Princeton Ave Bluofleld W Va Branch office McKinney Kentucky jtvv Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value iBaslodrilled on adjoining lands sailIIOIL FOUND IN PRYING QUANTITIES One well being within 30 yards of this companys lends This company has pur 1f chased latest patented rig and reel together with boiler and engine nil new 5500mused only is the development ot the property Application for stock cnn bo made Midelisionpany 8 P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky IroTHIS WEEK r I + I I tH1 L +J+4++ Outda logs Shetland Floss Granite Cloth Unfinished Serges Remember our stock of Under wear and Shoes sSTThey are seldom equalled JOUN p JONES Std ifCOd ijatIIi We will toll you what we have Heavy Goods For Walking Skirts t AH wool 40inch homespun 43c yard i lardIAll I new corduroys for waists IINewnew tinted velvets for waists now French for waists new silks for waists f ReadyMade Waists and SkirtsI i We have put in a line of shave goods from 1 andlitfit to them Let us show you these new goods in eallthe lines we carry Sonsriv ij i1W FARM FOR SALE Raving decided to locate permanently In Lan caster I will sell to the bidder on Saturday Oct iglli Igor KelllperonLancaster my farm oflC4 and a fraction acres sit uated on DanrllU Lexington turnpike mile MarcellosEy withineUoodreorlneonedesiring KyOr 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Courier Commooertbebig Town Lots For Sale The J M Phillips property corner Fad Main dlYldedIauction at 2 oclock m1Saturday Threa of which lots are and 48x100 thehouseon Logan AT are Oxl68 anti all ol them are de MrlhilllpaThe lots will be oflered separately and then aa a cTeayears Lien IJc r i 7THE iNTERIORr10URNAII Entered n the pottOjHce at Stanford at itondcfaa matter tpnbllahwotxuwaa aadSxlda4w- 1 PER YEAR CASH Mr When not sopaldmaOO win be charred KNOXVILLE DIVISION 2t Train Inial North S a m 2SII 2 U a 1I 2SII II South 12 8 am IJ62pm For allirolnls DIVISIONiNo IS Arrrtrestt Stanford at 108 A K No 24 Lave Stanford at 210 No 21 Ant eI at Rowland at 1200 No23 Laves Stanford at 280 r R A JONESDENTIST 1 StanfordKy Office over llfggina sit tcKlnnesStofl Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill JB McKINNEY Prop KoP toyw ErrMake and keep constantly on hand tho best of Flour Meal Sbtpstnff Dran Chicken Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BTTSSE SJtt Fran JUNCTION CITY K5 FirstClass Turnout at Reasonable Rat s Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FART FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south ot McKinney on Mlddleburg pike 175 acres under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J 8 MO LEV McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm ot about 60 acres SJ4 miles from Hua tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpen tars Station pike also a good grist with good traction engine sell rea to JOUN DINWIDDIF imIIastonvllle Ky NONE BUT GENUINE I handle leering Harvester Extras and Fixtures but keep none but the genuine Unless tho name Deering appears 01 them you may know they are not genuine D 8 CARPENTER Hustonvllle FOR RENT Nice cottage and about 35 acres of land 3 miles from DanTille on Stanford pile 30 acres for wheat Apply to J J Danville Ky COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patrou age I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L SUELTON Rowland Ky LAND FOR SALE Slxtyntna acres being the balance of the Wm Davless land yet unsold Bounded by the Frankfort llolion and Uloomfleld pikes and lying not one mile from town- limits Will be sold to suit purchaser as a whcle or divided Apply to War ren Danville or Sam Forsythc Harrods burgllytfPUBLIC SALE I Thursday October 24th 1901 At rrildeoce at Turnertrllle at 1 p m sharp ny hwebold aad kllcbpa furniture including a Home Comfort iUnge balM ot clover and Tluio tbv and TIniolby very tide milk cow Terms made known nnnay of tale MIIS BAULIK C TurnenTllle PUBLIC SALE Of Stoclf and Crop 1 will soul at public auction at the John D Carpenter two miles from Uu ton Tllle on the Mlddleburg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 1901 The described property 30 two yearold cattle cattle lot milk cows lour ut them tcRIItered Jerseys one alrGearold IGhaud work mules one 8 earold bay horao 2 brood mares one yearling fitly by DIgnity Mara a highbred jen nets 131 sheep acres corn 60 acres hemp in shock 15 acres sorghum lot of house hold and kitchen furniture almost new In eluding nice sideboard and extension table lot farming Implement In good shape 3 i 2borso wagons I wagon and bar ness 1 horko power and feed cutter Terms mde known on of site JAMES L YANTIS nuitonvllle Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to and repair your- buggy carriage orwngap InerstclassstyleE- xperienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J II OUEERI A S PRICE jDentist Stanford Ky Oficsovtr UeBobcrU Drug Store In the Owale Uulldtni ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices Vitae OreDo you know what it Is If not It will ay to learn which you can do by- watching the future columns of this paper or addressing TKKO NOEL Geolo gist Chicago III or N11 DooIE AgL Jarkshnry Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot Louisville will be at St ASaph HotelStnnford Oct 23 and 24 only examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD EY MORRIS FRED pRorninoR Try mo grinding I do not satisfy you I will not ask you to again Mr James Mllburn head miller for J H nauchman i Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour MODel Sfcipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share ot your patronage promising to give the best me- butbearlumindalwaya that I need your FRED Prorpatronage Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS Vlll be In Dan We Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thundayi and Saturday Offlce In the 1ennlngton BulldlnglSUntordOf lice hours 9 to 12 A41104 P OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and by Dr A T Still or KlrHTllle Mo depends on the- prlaclllH of Anatomy and Physiology for its re ulu no filth no drug no rubbing o surgical operations and claims nlng super nltum Oteopathyvlewsmsa u a machine ore many When all paru- ue Itsjt properly adjusted and not overworked health a the result Some of the diseases treated by us Nervous ortratlon Headaches Neuralgia Khetttaatlin Lid Goitre itarrb Weak Granulated and Lung D DUI 91aGait Stones Enlarged Iroua btom troubles Diseases of Bones an- duilhsInantinenceofUrine BllffJoInU Locomotor AUx ty Consultation Free J+ G+ McGbMY vUrTEERTA ERE- MBALMER And Dealoarln EA3NESSeSADDLE1 Y 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY NAYSQ- NDFrRTAEERS DIALERS I- MFnmItureMatUnj8Rug80 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY NEWS NOTES judge John P Morton of Eartfi rd is dead Miss Nettle Quinn dropped dead In the theater at Franklin Ind Elza Cosby of Madison bas B8shoed Assets 5000 liabilities 81600 A consolidation of five of the larjteat banks in Cleveland Is contemplated William Joyce and his wife wore accidentally asphyxiated in Brooklyn L J Parks general passenger alent of the Southern Pacific railroad Is deadThe Steel Trust shows a profit of nearly 55000000 on a elx months bus Inesa The attempt of Count do la Vaux to crops tho Mediterranean in a balloon failedJudge S T Logan fur eight years circuit Judge of Knox county Tenn- Is dead Fred MulQnger ant tti N brakeman fell between care and was killed at Paris Burglars secured 81000 In moo and stamps from the poatofllco at Moo dm Conn Annie Clark a tlve yosr old cblld was kidnaped In Green county by a Young man on horseback The demands of tho Allied Printing Trades Council In Louisville for a nino hour day have been acceded to The United States goreremont win be asked to have a representative prea ent at the execution of Czolgosz The Citizens Bank and Trust Com panyof Franklin Tenn has been forc edJO close Its doors temporarily The Ashland Iron and Mining Company with a capital stock of 8COOOC tiled articles of Incorporation at Frankfort A war between Russia and Japan over Korea Is predicted by Dr Nlcbo las Senn who has just returned from the Orient The Farmers Bank at Tyro 0 was wrecked by an explosion and robbed of 40000 In cash by robbers who made their escape The Grand Lodge ot Kentucky Mt sons in session In Louisville decide to build a now Masonic Temple in tbat city to cost 200000 The threeyearold daughter of Ralph Porter died from blood polso lag at Owlngavllle She was bitten on the wrist by a spider On account of labor troubles work has practically been suspended at Oliver Springs Coal Creek and Carbon Hili mines In Tennessee The Chicago Burlington S Qulnc Railroad Company flied articles of Incorporation at Burlington Ia with a capital stock of 100000000 Thomas E Booker a member of tho Jhrlatlan county grand jury was waylaid by an unkhown person on n county road and murderously assaulted R S Porter local editor of tbo Bourbon News has resigned and has been succeeded by George D Mitchell an experienced and capable writer Insurance upon the life of King Edward for a year has been obtained for a large sum by a syndicate of London tradesmen at a premium of 10 per cent To settle a dispute between bond aiders and stockholders a receiver wn appointed for the New Sout Brewing and Ice Company at Middles oroDavid Arnett a Woodford count udent at the State College Lexlo ton committed suicide while despondent over a lack of money to linlst scboolTho poatoOlco at Mlllersburg was robbed by professional crooks judging from the manner In which the job was done Stamps to the amount of 990 and 118 in cash were taken Herr Rosenthal a representative of a German firm has been captured by uigarlan brigands It la reported that- tbe Macedonian Committee has threatened to kidnap every foreigner who can caught At the request of the treasury department Miss Minnie Knox daughter If a former wealthy business man of- Denver baa been declared Insane She persisted In writing abusive letters and mending money During a fight near Carra Fork Knott county between Andy Sloan Perry and William Sloan and Alex- Martin Andy Stone was killed and- Alex Martin and William Sloan were probably fatally wounded- A woman has been arrested in Nashville having in her possession a number of national bank noted of the lellue- stolen bjv train robbers from an express ca r in Montana July 3 The arrest may- lead to the capture of the gang Pblllp Wade aged 14 of Aqueduct N Y wrote a note in school to a pretty girl and offered flyo cents for two- klsees Miss Nellie McQulrk the principal of the school whipped Philip before all the pupils Philip retired to tbe ball and took parts green Doctors- wbo were summoned pumped him o t- Pnllips father sued the school principal for 10000 damages Inco Czolgotz1 confinement In Auburn prison several thousand letters- havo been received for him at the prison as well as a large number of express packageB containing flowers and fruit- The letters flowers nor fruit bave- never reached the condemned man- The flowers and fruits it is learned- bave been sent by Christian societies It le stated that It would be a matter of- lIurprlse If tbo names of senders of fruit- and flowers were made public MT VERNON Nearly every mao who over eats 1 the mercantile business at Wlldte bas prospered and several of them bae grown rich as their broad acres boua and lots go to show The Mt Sterling 011 l Gas Co Ie setting their machinery at a point two miles went of Conway and will beilin drilling for oil atonco Dr Northc who once practiced at WUdlc is president of tbo company MtlVernonpretty stretcher of road This Is tbo road for which 1500 was appropriated It was money woT spent and those log the road ought to be convinced tbat money could bo applied to no better purpose than road building Mrs Arthur of WHIlamsburir wbo has been sojourning with many frlenda and relatives at Lawrenceburgitop off hero Saturday to see her daugb Mrs J B Fish Mrs Arthur Is a I1no old Kentucky lady and a staunch demo ocrat and admirer of our martyred rOY ornor notwithstanding she lives in lobe Bloody Eleventh Mr A W Stewart has accepted the democratic nomination for sheriff and has gone Into the campaign to win He Is a leading and popular farmer well known throughout the county and needs no Introduction Be will poll uoro votes than any other democrat In the county and the prospects of his elec tlon are bright Mr J I Hayes Is dem ocratlo candidate for magistrate In District No1 and will bo elected The following gentlemen have our thanks for courtesies extended wblle on a horseback trip Wednesday W U Bowen H II Wood L T Stowa Wlldlej Wm Wood Round Stone and J H Slgman Conway Mrs Dr W A Brown of Parksvlllc is with her her slater Mrs G W McClure wbo has been for some weeks Charli Henderson has entered the rallroi business at Livingston Willis GrIRl J AsLandrum Dr Pcnnlngton Dr Williams and J N Brown attended the Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville The Indians headed by Chief Rolling Bear who have hat their ten8 pitched hero somo weeks have dcpar ed for South Carolina There are thousands of people suflerii untold torture from pile because of tho popular impression that they cannot be cured TABLEIVS BUCKEYE IILB IINTMKNT will cure them and the pi lent will remain cured Price 50c In bottles tubes 75c For salt at Penny The age st0 F W teely Kates G Rathbone and W B leovcs tbe Havana postolllce culprits lave been sent by the Fiscal tb the Au encla with a recommendation the tbe accused be sentenced to prison for term I ranging from 21 to 20 years We have seen the infant tbe aint struggle for existence ftemcd almoi ndcd resuscitated and made strong b ho use of WHITES CKEAM VEKM1 fUOE Price 21 cents For sale at cnnya Drug Store A Christian Sciential In Pennsylrt nla accomplished his oblect the other day lIe built a mausoleum which ho offered with a view of either recover Ins or perishing He is no longer a ifferer A stitch in time saves nine and dose of BALLAHD8 IIOIIBHOUNDS IlUP at the beginning of a cold will eavo- you many weary hours and even days of stressing and harassing cough Prlct 25 end 50 cents For sale at Pennys A Nebraska boy was acccuied of not ting able to shoot straight Ho thee proceeded to demonstrate to his playmates his ability by firing at and mndlog threo of the doubters There U wore Catarrh In this section of tb ceuaU then all otHerdlMsM put together and was to be In and froaoucurnatJprcnauncedIIi incurable Bclencereatm a conitltutlonal dltease enforerequlreeonstitutlonaltreatment Hill Co ToledoOhlu la the only contltstlonal cure oa the market It Is takeR Internallylln do ei acts tenet ehioodandmucouuurfaresoltbsyslm 1bey rune hundred dolls or any re Send lor Address PJCIIENEYStUToledeOS- old by drnggUt 75c nII Family are the beat incoln County National Bank Capital stoat 1100000 ewor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under same management oontlnu kouily lot Si Year olioits Your Bank Account HoplDllllcb business relations will prove mute ly beoebcUl and plew J DIn Crons y Sr J N Menefee A W Carpenter W JI Ummlnl- J E LyonS Shanks J P Ca lib J B tralC1 OFFICERS H Shank President I u UIW M Bright Ant Cub t SHOBS I yrooaoa 8 o6 a 8a owmwttttw J It is time to buy your iWigter Boots Aid Shoes I And we sell the best All kinds both coarse and fine Douglas and Buell for Men Queen a Quality and Wolfe for Women j Wolfe and Star for Children Best qualities- all through Try a pair of Buell Bootees See our line of Work Shoes CUMMINS a MCLARY Good Bye Stanford4b H t I U II IIII t +4fFM t Not a dollars worth ot goods will we carry away from here Take advantage of hls tock of seasonable merchandise whllo It lasts You Can Not Afford To Miss This Great Buy ing Opportunity For goods will be sold for less than tho cost of the raw material g3TVe will pay highest market price In cub for EGOS Ii The Racket Store Stanford Prlcos Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For lale House and Lot on Main St lInn Surrey and Spring Hagou Luuil r load Milk Cow Ac Lamps 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGe H FARRIS a co Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c- Live Stock All Kinds 11 Corn Whcit Oats Hay llye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over o farms only at S per cent Long time and easy payments A TRIBIILE 3mStanford Ky Sale OF Good Town Property I Will On Saturday Oct 26th 1901 rerAtl230r xon Irml Mil at public outer my Dwelling house Lot on Lancaster HU In SUnlord Ky and arse the adjolnlug pasture of about ISUsrrM The house wet al roofedan all necerairy outbuildings are on tbe nude known on d of ssle MUS KATKI MILLER FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY 060OQDBnrplna OapltglSlot 110000 This Initliutlon originally wtsblUbed ai the Ot posit Bnk of HUnfordln ISM then reorganized a IhsNallonslBsnk of In 1X5 sndagsli sorgsnlud ai the Flrit Mstlonil Bank 01 SUnforc olU2aM had practically unlnurrnpted ext inc for41 years It Is better supplied now wlti tacllltlts for trantacUogbuilness promptly and iraUythsnsTsrUlorsln Us long and bonoisb career Accounts of individual BJuclsrlM IndltlduslisollcltedmaicTois F Keld Lincoln Col JW Hayden Stanfo- iTnarrli 8 U magbmsn fSIIociar TP Hill WP Walton W A Tribble JILCoulerCrabOrchd Jat Itobloton Hubble U DElmort Stanford oricsit 8 Rocker President J J McBobcrts Cuhli In onlor to ninko room for our tFall laniM wo oiler tho tallow log to cloi o We SUnlord FOR SALE 10001burlel FARM FOR SALE ItalInale Call op er wrla to Jacob liautb Ew ell Ky for particulars PUBLIC SALE t Of Personalty oldJon Ilustonvlllo pike on I9O1Tholing steers milk cowa and one bull a fur goodgrade ataged wellbroko mare mules one good Doobalesaudmowerlurning plows sot wagon harnou and lour soteplow gear also household and kitchen furniture cashoverpayable In Lincoln National Clank StanfordTGREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH seahelmpeople the worth of your money You will tr amlIelllnJrurnlsblngOOOdl patronitu I theVlnclnnatiwhen you come to town IorrlFredstprices It sold at the Exchange OINOLNNATI BARGAIN STORE M REISEIt IBOB motz y