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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 22 1901 9AM NO 67 j CHURCH MATTERS IIJoseph P Smibbbeen choeen president of the Mormon church w suc ceed the lato Loroazo Snow Brother Joo II Hopper of Perry ville Is holding a protracted meeting at Houston SchoolHome Bourbon county Too Epworth League of the Metho dilL church will hpld Its regular meet log Sunday night bcglnnlhg promptly 1 at 016 Mill Annie Dant will lead t the services Rev Don Q Smiths protracted meeting at Rook Spring church has al ready resulted In 10 professions and In terenlt growing with every service Glasgow Times The Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will hold their Annual Praise Service next Friday evening at oclock Itov S M Logan of Mid Jlcboro will deliver an address on the Mountain Mission work of Kentucky Everybody cordially Invited to at tend Alexander Campbell born Sept 12 1788 died March 4 IBM Founder of Bethany College Defender of the faith once delivered to the saints This the epitaph on the monument that marks the last resting place of the great Christian minister at Bethany W Va 1 At least 3000 people were present at a baptizing on Long Creek seven mile r East of Scotuvlllo Sunday and wit noised the Immersion of 60 converts This was the result of a four weeks re viva held at Ollead Baptist church by Elder Ham Ten were baptized las t Sunday making 00 In all Glasgow Times Rev J W McOarvoy president of The College of the Bible Lexington preached at the Christian churjb Sunday morning After the sermon attlst ed by Rev Joseph Ballou bo conduct ed a solemn Impressive and beautiful service In which were ordained four deacons Messrs Embry T Bcazley Will Q Shanks George C Given and J H Baugbman one older Dr W B OBannon and the minister Rev Joe W Begin On account of ColUge duties Rev McGarvey was compelled to return to Lexington the same after noon There was no service In the Christian church Sunday night boo S cause the furnace Is being repaired and It was impossible to heat the house At the baptist church Sunday Rev R B Mabony read the following letter to the congregation from Its pastor Rev J B Croujb who has accepted a flattering call to the Bsptlft church at a Falmouth Dear Brethren and Sisters With many feelings of sincere regret but with the profound conviction of duty i after ero meditation and much earnest prayer I hereby tender my res ignation as pastor of the Stanford Bap tist church to take effect the third Sunday In November next Do not think dear brethren that this an easy thing for mo to do or that I have ar rived at this Conclusion In a batty and t untboughled way On the contrary It has cott mo many a heartache and i ban been only after mature delibera I tion and after earnest prayer to God for guidance that I have decided sever the sacred relation which wo have o pleasantly sustained to each other for nearly live year You have been very kind to me and mine and the years spent In your midst will be a sec tion In lltei nlghway to which mem ory will often revert In a most pleasur able way May the God of all grace richly bless you making yOu perfect In every good work to do His will and may we all at last gather around th great white throne of Him who love us and redeemed us with His own prec ious blood I will not ask the church to take ac ties upon tbrf until next Sunday STRIOKEN WITH PARALYSIS Henderson Grlmott of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and corn pletely lost the use of one arm and one side After being treated by an eminent s physician for quite a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pale Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely cured Geo It McDonald Man Ldgan County W Va t Several other very tcumrkablo cures o partial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It Is most wide ly known howeyer as a cute for rhea infitism sprains and bruises For sale by ItCraig A Hooker Druggists Rev Eugene Harrison a Methodist minister shot and killed James Lowle a negro who was attempting to break Into Mr Harrisons house at Madison vllle 4Get ft free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Craig Hookers drug store They are easier take and more pkaaant ln effect tha Then their use Is not followed b withcopills Regular size 35c per box The United States jSupreme Court upHeld the Tennessee law making store orders redeemable ID cash 4rr r Brodhead Alex Tyree sold a yearling colt to BOD McRoboris of Indiana for 180 Quite a crowd of our young people went to Mt Vernon Saturday nlgbt to attend the debate at that place HenryIreturned from a to Saturday night Rev Thomas Stinnett the Method tat preaobcr assigned to this work preached his first sermon at this place last Sunday Ho takes the place of tho Rev David Hollzclaw Mr A W Stuart the next sheriff of Rockcastlo was In Drodhead last Friday whooping up the boys Prof DickI arson accompanied by his daughter and Miss Bertie and Willie Mulllns of Livingston were In Brodhead Satur dayMr W G Tharp an old and respect ed citizen of our town pasted quietly away from this world Sunday A M Bro Tharp was a Mason and a chris tlan gentleman and was a member of the M E church at this place He was burled at the Methodist church Bros Pike and Stinnett officiated In the fu neral service William Marktbury of Garrard spent a few days with Mr Joshua Dunn family Edgar Dunn of Dan ville was visiting his father at this place a few days Dr Percy Denton went to Mt Sterling Saturday night R H Hamm our traveling man left for Paint Lick and other points on his circuit Monday The Teachers AssocIation for this county met at D rod bead Saturday and was attended by quite a number of the teachers of the county They had some very Interesting disunions the afternoon Prof Jones Mrs Hunter and Mr Gamble all of Berea were three leading spirits In the discussions that came up In the teachers attocla tlon Mr and Mrs Perander Hlatt were In town Saturday A K McClary of the Oak Hill neighborhood attended the teachers meeting at this place last week Bro A J Pike returned home from a two weeks meeting with Buck eye church In Garrard county Friday He reports a successful meeting Ho was assisted by Rev W M Kuykon dall of Bowling Green There were 21 confessions and 18 additions to the church Mr Herman Frith the youngest son of Mr T S Frith and Mtss Amy Pike the 2d daughter of Rev A1 Pike both of this place eloped to Now Al bony Ind and w sro united In maul many Tuesday night They spent the week In Louisville and returned homo Sunday afternoon Mr Frith Is an en crgetlo young merchant with good business qualities and only 18 years old and Miss Amy Is one of the belles of our town and only 10 years of ago Wo wish them a pleasant and happy life for they hayo many years to spend together If they should both live to t old MATRIMONIAL toJ R Bryan of McCrackcn married his sons widow Marlon F Stull and Miss Dora Alice Singleton will be married at K D Noaks today John Howard a widower of 70 was married at Cave City Mo to Mies Jo sle Wyatt just 20 James Morldy of Barbcurvllle has Just wedded his lath wits who was the widow of Calloway Carnes Missdwore at zill Ind altar a courtship of 50odd years Thomas G Johnson a widower of 35 and Miss Hulda flock 10 will bn mar ried at Edward Houka soar Kings vlllo today- J P Mulllns a widower of 57 and a citizen of Rockcastlo and Mrs Sarah Jane Duncan twice a widow and 60 Astoph Hotel Friday About five years ago Miss Mallnda Lynn and a young maw named Albert Karl wore married In Carter county tolleLberrpaid them a visit Tbo daughterin law took a decided fancy to husbands father Shortly after she left her husband and tt the last term of the Carter circuit court was granted a divorce A taw days ago she was married to John Earl father of her former husband In anaemia and most women ailments the digestion is weak ihe making of col or Ilesh and at cngth out of food Is im wanJnervous ofoatnStoreyC N Burch hue been appointed gen oral solicitor for the L and N succeed ing Walker Hines advanced to tbo first vice presidency B D Wnrfield and T B Harrison jr received promotions In the law department MIDDLEBURG Old corn Is very scare at 13 60 Rev Logan Godbey preached M E church Sunday and Sundays nightThe firm of Junes S Wheat having gotten through Invoicing have now settled down to business Mr James Wells Is very poorly with pneumonia W V Hatter who under went an operation last spring remains poorly Mr Elliott who was Injured In the runaway Is no better at this writingThe Epworth League met at the M E church Sunday afternoon The la dies prayer meeting of the Baptist church held their second meeting Sun day afternoon the subject tor discussion being Works Jason Wesley has returned from Cincinnati Dr J T Wesle returned home Friday from Louisville where be attended the Grand Lodge We are In receipt of a letter from Robert Keeney at Chattanooga who has a good poll tion with the Alabama Great Southern RR We had the pleasure of spending a night with Mr W G Hatter who lives on the Trace Fork pike some 3t miles from hero a few nights ago Uncle Will tnough 81 years of age Is as halo and hearty as the average man of 60 and bids fair to be a good man many more year- lOnlylat week our soldiers bad a two hours engagement with the Insurgent troops In the province of Batangas Southern Luzon and wore finally forc ed to withdraw from the field This was not down on Samar or some liolat ed spot In the Southern Islands but on Luzon soil Are we not at times too hasty In our disapproval of Britains methods In South Africa Though It Is readily apparent that the people are getting good and tired of both ware In which a groat deal of unnecessary blood Is being shed The Louisville Commercial of Tburs day weekly edition contained a good likeness and u most creditable writeup of Col John A Morrison of Jamestown who will be the next representa tive from Casey and Russell Col Morrison was a captain In the famous Wolfords Cavalry and afterwards pro moted to a majorshlp In the 32d Infan try and mustered out the service as lieutenant colonel of the Bloody 13th Kentucky Cavalry We think It our duty to make mention of Col Morn sons candidacy as we couldnt find a single rad who knew who their newt nee was As iheolstrlct overwhelm ingly republican and no opposition bo li sure of election C C KINGSVILLE Rev Dr Allen of Danville returned homo Friday leaving Rer Berry t conduct the protracted meeting Meters R C Warren and J S Owe toy Jr will address the people of Klngevllla at 7 oclock Saturday eve ning Everybody is Invited to como and hear them Father Brighton of Oltonhelm will perform tho ceremony at the marriage of Miss Gertrude Penoybacker and Dr Benjamin G Allen instead of Falher Thomas as stated In our last Mr Sebastian Chovolellc and Miss Llllle Gooch were married at Mr Dan iel Hesters Wednesday morning Rev Allen performing the ceremony After the wedding dinner iho bridal couple left for Ludlow to remain a week Mrs D P Dineen and two little eons of Somerset are with her mother Mrs B U Pcnnybacker to tbo very great pleasure of her many friends W L McCarty Is In Cincinnati purchasing tall goods Mrs Sarah Waters has re turned from a visit to Cincinnati Dr B F Walter of Lancaster will arrive soon to practice his profession den tistry Hone R C Warren and W S Burch were In our city Saturday WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers manthat is the order of a womans preferences Jew ole form a magnet of mighty power to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health Is often ruined in the strenuous oflorts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will her health to got a coveted gem then let Let fortify herself against tho Insiduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Hoscheea German It itsIand bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system It is not a cureall but It Is a certain cure for coughs colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr G G Greene reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store Get Greens Special Almanac About the first thing a boy does with a cat rllle or any new gun intended for a mere plaything Unto demonstrate that It will destroy human life Happiness depends very much on tho condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little impression on those whoso digestion is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with IIERBI3E and enjoy health and buoy Ancy of spirits Price 50c For sale at 1ennys Drug Store OEOttQED WBATUERFORD The above Is a fair likeness of one of Lincoln county most successful young men Though hardly lo the prime of life Mr Weatberford has by strict at tention to business amassed a snug amount of this worlds goods and Is growing better off all the time Be sides being mine host of the Weatber ford Hotel at Hustonvllle the best hose telry in any small town In any State be Is an extensive dealer In horses being the silent member of the wellknown firm of Dryo Co which band lee hundreds of blgbclaes horses yearly Mr Wealherford also farms to considerable extent and Is not a novice even la that line He Is a man of fine judge meat Is well posted very companlona ble and makes friends of all who come In contact with him Ho has proven his friendship time and again for both the INTERIOR JOURNAL and Its editor and that be Is held In high esteem by them both goes without saying Mr W is a member of the democratic county committee and his work for the party bo loves bat proven of Inestima ble value to that partys nominees IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Susan Russell aged 87 Is dead at Columbia John M Higglnbotham wants to be mayor of Lancaster Danvilles sewerage system has been completed at a cost of 823000 Sam Pbllpot was given two years at Plneville for killing Ned Rogers In ClayDuring a fight over a woman George Adams killed Wm Sewell aleo color ed at Barbourvllle One hundred and two teachers from Laurel and Clay spent Saturday In Louisville seeing the sights J W Baker of Mt Vernon has bought of W R Dllllon his big stock LlvlnlletonILovelace charged with performing a criminal operation on 18year old Nellie Per man In Laurel were held In toCOO bond each- Burglars entered the bank at Leba non Junction Saturday morning and secured money diamonds and other valuables from the private boxes tho they failed to break open the safe Flanagans oil well In Wayne countv RoodIat as further drilling developed the fact that oil did not exist In paying quantl ties A W Stewart la making an active canvass for the office of sheriff of Rock castle Ho Is a fine gentleman an ex cellent democrat and would make a model peace officer Heres hoping be will win Tbe productloa of the Somerset 011 Company for month of September from the Bertram Wells Not 12 and 3 aggregated 10033 barrels Tbe product was sold to the Standard OH Company at the wells for the sum of I8364 74 E S Gooch candidate for mails trate of the Somerset district Is a knob man raised to know the value of a dollar and never spent a cent except tie first earned it by the sweat of his brow Ho will not fool away any of the peoples money if elected Somerset Journal A dispatch from Somerset toys Dan Hester of Klngevllle and Sam Sims of Waynesburg were arrested by rev enuo officers and brought to this place For trial before United States Commie loner Curd on charges of violating tho revenue laws Heater Is charged with having moonshine whisky In his pos session and with refilling packages upon which government tax bad been paid SIma Is charged with failure to make proper reports on brandy and removing same from his premises without paying tax His distillery was seized and brandy confiscated A WORD TO TRAVELERS The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Craig Ilocker Druggists HERES YOUR TICKETI DEMOCRATIC TICKET For State Senator Gco T Farris LII For Representative M F North DFor County Judge James P Bailey 0For County Court Clerk a George B Cooper DFor County Attorney H Helm DFor Sheriff M S Baughman DFor Jailer Isaac aForM G Reynolds aFor Superintendent Common Schools Garland Singleton DFor Surveyor W II Perkins 0For Coroner Win Skidmore DFor Magistrates Jas A Dudderar W D Wallln F R Compton C A SmithFor Constables M S Peyton D K Farris Pedro Green Tim Root REPUBLICAN TICKETfl SenatorrW B 1ForB B For County JudgeIA G Faulkner t For County Court Clerk oFor County Attorney 1For f J N Menefee 0jjFor Jailer S R tFatIJ F Holtzclaw D 4 Superintendent Common Schools 1 H For SureoriDFor Coroner flFor Magistrates J N Vanhook K D Nooks M S Bastin For Constables M M Condor Jno H Leach Elisha Pence 8 i t J = == v I Whet You Buy Of Us J 1jYau Buy The Best t IIiiW 1 ltLITPAYS TO TRADE ATII THE GLOBE IqS Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing II tti r Your money back if youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville Con1v= ftlQfIQAAQCtw I U dM11RM i- c 1 Overcoats ill i jlf1 The Latest Things Out Ilr I a4 little Gents Short Box Overcoats air i i Also the Long Overcoats with Slash Pockets tI f Culls told Yokes Our Mens Coats comprise all- the ra beauty style null durability possible to ob jf taro Everything this season is long We have j li the regular cut also the slash pockets culls and jiyokes Ragland sleeves Etc l tJJif TERMS ARE CASH w H J McROBERTS r0 R ubpyiAa ie1tf il e ta fI 12 i1oI1 rIi w eiV jI O o iI w ooooooeoooooooooooooooooorOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO nn If you are behind with your subscripton to to this paper greatlylobligeus by remitting 900000000000000000000 A AA gJ- i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 1 t r I THE INTERIOR E JOURNAL WALTONv DEMOCRATIC PIRTY This lithe to vote thi Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic Ticket For Stale Senator 7 J GEO T FARRis For RepretenJatirt M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER 4fc For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Sheriff t M S BAUQHMAN For Attettor r M Q REYNOLDS For Jailer W L HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrates J A Dudderar rred Compton W D Wallin O A Smith W P WALTON- Ii a Candidate for Railroad Coramluloiir for the Id Dlitrict ublfCt to the will of the Jomocricr WITH this luua the INTERIC JOURNAL rounds out Its first year under Its new management The editor has not grown wealthy in his brief ca reer but thanks to a liberal constituency he has kept the wolf from tbe door pretty well and has a little left for a rainy day Realizing that the Undertaking was a big onebe took chars e of the paper with fear and trembllni but be has never regretted the step and hopes he never will Ho baa had the pleasure of seeing the papers circulation increase notwithstanding tbe gentleman who made the I J prom neat has gone to otbor fields He has seen with pardonable pride the best years advertising and job printing In the history of the cheapest and beAt and he has many reasons to feel goo over bis work and be glad that ho Is living There Is no little work abou setting out a semiweekly In a town of Staoforda size but the many words of good cheer he has received from tbe best people the Lord ever made has made the editors burden light and Inspired him to work the harder to please his patrons Outspoken as the INTERIOR JOURNAL has been since It started on the journalistic sea and as It will be as long as It remains under the present management the edltoi has made some enemies of those wn desire the truth to remain untold but if he has Intentionally harmed by word ortbought a human being he Is not aware of It Preferring the good will of man to the ill will of a dog he ex tends the olive branch to his enemies who be is always willing to meet halfway on any proposition they may sug gestrTo his friends and patrons ho Is profoundly grateful and promises them that their home paper during the year to come shall In every way be an improvement over that of the year just ended TIrE democratic that has been dying at our mast head for months do serve the cordial support of every cit izen ol the county who has her mater lal interest at heart The members ol it are tried and true democrats and business men and your Interest Is their Interest They were nominated by a fair and open primary and not named by the bosses in a cut and dried con ventlon as the hybrid republican tick et was It is a ticket every democrat in the county should be proud to support and one that should win by the biggest majority the democrats of Lin coln have given since the war IN order that his destitute wife and children might be provided for Joseph Pabst an alleged convict for whose capture a reward of 150 was offered caused a friend to deliver him to the authorities and collect the reward for his Pabsts family A man with such a heart in him is too good to be kept behind prison bars and the governor could not be blamed for exercising his pardoning power in Pabets case ifFormer Governor John Sargent Pills bury at Minneapolis a THERES NO HURRY The adage still holds that to hear home news one must go from home The Danville Advocate In Ita last Issue announces the candidacy of our townsman R C Warren Eq for nextI years democratic nomination press In this djstrlst This annouocel ment we are In a position to premature The democracy In tbls neck of the woods hoe It Is true been turning its eyes for some time toward our popular countyman as being a strong and good man for an emergen HIs personal friends know so well his sterling abilities his fine Integrity and fits staunch loyalty to his party his readiness at all times to do andI In Us behalf that they would be ly gratified to see these good qualltlu recognized and their possessor rewa ed by a seat in Congress They dlscu8 the matter among themselves with In creasing frequency They have meli tloned It at times to the Irentleman most concerned but Mr Warren baa not as yet said either aye or no He Is in fact not given to forming reeolu lions In baste nor to crossing brIdges before he reaches the water He h moreover a man of method who be- lIeves In doing one thing at a time and In doing it well He Is at present chairman of the democratic county iominlttee bending all his energies to organize victory at the elections to be held this year After these elections are over and after the splendid trl impht In both county and State wblcb seem now assured the democracy are achieved and are behind us it will be time enough to take stock of the Bltua Ion and lay plans for next years clec lion In fine Mr Warren Is not ace liate now though hIs friends hereabout have no doubt that In good and proper time he will be nor when be Is that he will have at his back tbe democracy of Lincoln county to a man In the meanwhile let us all emula hIs example and for the present Rlve undIvided attention to our frlendstbe enemy WHEN pictures of Roosevelt we e presented In a Richmond Va theatre the crowd hissed Why Is this 0 was eked Because he dined with a Negro was yelled out- POLITICAL W L Fuson has been appointed postmaster at Ivy Bell county Collector Comlngore of the Sixth district will In all probability hold bls JobJudle Paynter decided the con teet- case from the Htckman Fulton district In favor of Mott Ayres Washington society Is agog over resident Roosevelts entertalnln looker Washington a Negro at dlr neroMrt Rosa Stonestreet was selected to go on the democratic ticket for cone ty school superintendent in Jefferson countyThe Pennsylvania Supremo Cour declared unconstitutional the Pblla delphla rlppper enacted by the Qua iglslature The period of mourning for the late President McKinley having ended aU- flags at Washington are at their accustomed places on the staffs Southern Congressmen in Washing ton believe President Roosevelt has- done barm to his new Southern departure by entertaining Prof Washington at bin dinner table The republicans and fualonlsts decId- ed to not put out a municipal ticket abet the democratic nominees In iwllng Green They Save candidates for only a portion of the county and dIstrict tickets A man may smile and smile and be vllllan all the while and under a pleay- ant exterior a man may be such a mean republican that be does not deserve the respect of his fellow citizens What do- you think gentlemen In an address before the Kentucky Republican Club In Washington Commissioner of Inter- Dal Revenue Yerkes declared In favor of a reduction of the Congressional representation in the Southern States Doelnt that somewhat jar you wbo- reltard him as the Incarnation of manly virtues Harrodsburg Democrat THIS AND THAT effersonvllle Ind Is to have a milk trustTbe Eufala National Bank of Eufala- Ala suspended Calvin D Crim a detective was fa tally shot by John Foley a pickpocket- Cincinnatiat August Lunge who bad been In tbe- army forty years committed suicide becaule he was to be retired AdmIral Scbley received 85000 prIze- money on the battle of Santiago and it I aaldtbe present Inquiry will cost 115000 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wilson Alexander sold to Ed 1eeton bunch ol fat boils at 6c Cresceus failed to lower hIs recon at Columbus 0 but wont a mile In 205i E Dickey of Cave City sold about 75 at 1350Glas gow TImesIL V Harknett of Lexington sold to T E Thomae of Niles 01 Allie Wilkes 215 for 45000 J T Crenihawj Kentucky Artist Blown at the tlimonvlllo fair bee won 27 blue and seven red ties this year Torn Pence bought of Sam Ballard a buucn of sbep at 225 and of M II- j Beazley sumo I10 pound hogs at 5Jo George Alford of Hujtonvlllehou 10 acres of corn In the Held for 1108 He thinks It will average eight barrols Sally Simpson won the 2000 Blue grass Stake at Lexington Saturl1ay Dorothy Redmond was second and Alice Carr third At Urn Ballarda sale at Paint Thursday two jacks brought 100 od- fji pet bead Mpectlvely and ar votnR He lughA man U u tferirrelt at Etarrodl burg charged with steaUn a valuable horse from J A Hugui of Boyle The horse has beenrecov eredDoc Drye of Hustonvllle owns a very fine fouryearold mare Jeule Dean by Winks and out of a mare by Light Heart She went a ratio laet week on a rough track In 218 Advo cateE P Woods shipped to Clnclnoat1 Saturday a carload of hogs ho boU2bt In this section atn to 5 15 Mr tVoods bought of Mark Hardln a bunch bf heIFer calvee at 87 and of J B oster some heifers at 2c Capt R M Jackson has received congratulations from Macon Ga On the race of his horse Arthur W In tbo 1500 freeforall pace at that place Ar Lhur W not only beamhe best in tbe South but paces the fastest mile ever hown on the Macon trackMountaln Alexander Jr of Parle sold to Sulzberger L Schwartzchild 01 Sew York 350 fine export cattle for Liverpool and London markets for Christmas beef The price recelvAd aggregates 30010 This Is tonceded t6 be the finest shipment and belt prIce yet made Capt T D English reports a Kg ht supply of common cattle on the market thirty 2 year old steers medium qual- Ity eod at 32G 25 yearlings about tbe same quality at same price mulch cows 825 to 830 medium horse mule 878 ono air light horse mules IHi one pair 4hand horse mules lIDO Adyocat The Powers Trial Powers testified yesterday that be might have told Culton that ho would give him 8100 and that others interei ed might do as much If Culton would not testily He said the military force was only to be used In the eveot that the democrats tried to take forcl ble possession ot the offices before tbe United States supremo court decided tbe cases of the contestants John W Riy clerk to Appella iidge White testified as follows I was In Judge Whites study when Le aoder Gully came In and he sal ioebel will never be governor He will be killed before the asaemb ers this morning That was about 10 oclock I suppose and Goebel was Bhot about one hour later I asked Gu fy if Taylor would be In danger too- He said No Provisions have been made to prevent that Caleb Powers was Saturday put upon- the witness stand He was not subjected to questions but was permitted to tell his own story which ho did In- an earnest and deliberate manner He admltted attending the various meet tOllS mentioned by Golden and Cultor but denied making the murderou statements and predictions of which he Is accused by these and other witness es He also denied that Youtsey ob- tatned a key to his office from time blmself or his brother W H Culton told of early plotting and of plans to eturt a general shootlnj In the Senate chamber In which Goe- bel and other democrats were to be- killed but this was called off on tbe- day decided upon by Charles Finley wbo said Culton dont start thi trouble today Gen Basil Duke lIay- sothur arrangements have been made to settle the matter Former Chic Justice Huzelrigg teslllled that Lean der Gully eon of Justice Guffy warned blm at 10 oclock on the day Goebel- was shot that the boys had decIded t1e night before to kill him 1Iaze- lrlgg When you wake up with a bad taste In your mouth go at once to Craig it Hock ore Drug Store and get n free sample of rcberlains Stomach and Liver Tab let One or two dotes will make you- well They alto cure biliousness sick- hcadacbe and constipation Tbe historic McDowell residence and olUce with throe adjacent lots and the- buildIngs on them were sold to John WelslRer for 12580 Advocate George Gray and Geo Eaton were In- dlcted at Pinevlllo on the charge of- robbln5t Paymaster Colgan of the Mid- dleaboro furnaces Tbe amount ot the defalcations of the- teller and bookkeeper of the Merchants Natlonal Bank of Mass Is 1115000 f i fiwi iS i- Ne1ltttttttt e le e e e 1le 1111 e Jot J e e e A s Dont Delay Coming Z41 foU II t Hut 1111+ + 1111 s Time is short only a few more months and the 1- 1t j t Louisville store The Cheapest In Stanford Will be nd more therefore take advantage of this great itt Closing Out Sale This is but one chance in a life time to buy Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Overcoats Jaokets Furs t Comforts Blankets Etc for less than manufacturers r r cost Come to the great Slaughter Sale t Capes 49c i Ladies nice Cloth Capes trimmed with fur and beading real value 1 to 150 We have about 125 left nt 10c lOVeS 49c 4 Ladies kid gloves only a few pair left worth 150 to closo at 40c f Waists 43c1 r Ladies Flannellctto Shirt Waists well j made and nicely trimmed worth 1 at 43c iUrs Furso Ladies wo have a largo assortment ofcol r larettes and minks Prices cut in half i Shoes 69c iri Ladies Shoes fine and coarse tan but ton real values 1 to 3 Only a few pair 6OcSlOc Purl Buttons 5c Itt 60c Corsets 25c 25c fancy socks 15c 15o collars 5c 50c neckwear 25c 7 l2c outing 5c 25c fleecelined Indies vests 15c Mens Shoes and Boots At a great sacrifice A lot of mens fine anti course sample shoes worth 1 to 5 pair at 75c to 148 See center ais- leUnderwear Mens feeco lined underwear extra heavy quality 75c values at oily19e The Louisville Store Prors tt H 1 1 1 i f s5 a y s e e ueue TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL CourIer Journal and Bryans Commonertbe big three one year for 12 16 Town Lots For Sale VhUllpi property corner Nut 3111n Tbe J M Ate In will U dhld1Stnil Logau Into eight loll and cold on the premix at auction it 2 oclock P SaturdayOctober 26th 1901 Thrte of which lotare and SdUO The let on which thMain streetand front ou houwiundilijaiiKW Tbe fur lou that froDt and all ol teem are d on Irtble Logan initorioUcantwiecnbyaklllDt it 31r Phillip residence and then uofltrwlThe IoU will It and the lurer bid Cctt le- dTnXLOueblrd and 2 tub balance In Jun LienretalnedJ rUILLU3 Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Of Personalty I will offer at public auction at the old J Murphy place miles from Stanford on pike on SATURDAY OCT 26 190 The following uroperty 40 head long yea line iteen 4 milk cows and one bull 3 yearling calves 3 yearling better 60 good grade ewes 3 nice sow and wellbroko mare mules oneaged In shock 000 work mare 40 acre corn bales timothy bay wagon mowing a reaper ai combined disc harrow 8 cultlratoimower and four3 turning plows set harness etsplow gear also household and kl hen furnitureTermAUum of f10 and caah over that amount note with payabloin Lincoln ISAIAH WHITE Stanford T D English Auct +++++H++++++++ 14 3 THINGS ABOUT COLDS I Never let a cough or cold get the 8tnt of you Disease finds Its best ally In our disdain of only a 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 possibllty of harm III Such a remedy la Syrup of White Pini with Tar It cures the right ray It doesnt dry up a cough It soothes inflamed surfaces stops Irritation and promotes exp ctor tlon Equally good for young and old Price 25c PENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky Shirts 49c 1 Iliens fine dress shirts ply linen bosom l plain and colored worth 1 only 10c Fall Dress Goods Wo have the line of fall dress Roods ever shown in Stanford anti at auch I low prices as were never heard of before Derby Hats e l 75 mens derby hats real 150 and 2 values special for this general sole only 25o 1 Blankets and Comforts i t Bo sure and buy your blankets and com forts hero We willlao you big money Comforts from 48c to 128 Blankets from SOc to 260 Closing Out PricesSIn Jackets Ladies 5 cloaks go in this t sale at 325 Ladies 750 cloaks tan at iIDS Childrens long cloaks worth sl It tIc We have a largo assortment of odds J and ends in jackets and capes and the pri R ccs we will make will be astonish t Closing Sale of Clothing t i Boys 5 overcoats In this stile nt 24S iBoys 4 Reefer overcoats cut 108 Mens 750 Obercoats cut to a05 liens 150 reduced to i5c lien a 2 pants re duced to OSo All our mrnV and boys suits R have been cut in half Call and eon them whether you need them or not r r 1ii Stanford Ky Salinger Bros Wholesale and Retail f1j e p i i edf JfP a H 1 10 x11AH e e e eue e good Sborne buggy under good stencil NaUonllll1l1nk Compound + t I I pictticst e certainly lug- S pants e i i t I New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you hate a Nice New Stock to select from Your pttrpntgo will lx appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call And see us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street i4 A RUN ON SOAP Notice our lOc Soap Display Any JJ Cakes for 25c any 7 CnkcG for COc Some of our popular brands are TonltaTalpa Heather Dell Baron Royal Hollo trope Florentine ala Violet La France Kow Virginia Violet Lana OliUutterralllr Marguerite Carnation Crushed Lilacs Rater Carnations Lllloi Norlnkle Skin Soap Craddqcks Medicated Dluo Carbolic Sulphur Tar and Witch hazel OaCIAIICO TO W B McRoberts DruggistcFor Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint NeaLs Carriage PaintvVarnish and Varnish Stains Good Bye Stanford I f 4Itttlli + + llllil + IIIZtltl + Not a dollars worth of goods will we carry away from here Take advantage of this stock of seasonable merchandise while It lasts YouCan Not Afford To Miss This Great Buy v ing Opportunity I For goods will be sold payhighestThe Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor JFor sale House and Lot on b1aa St horse Surrey sod Spring Ilagon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOHD Ky OCT 22 IDOl b- THY tho Judpo Taft cigar forachoice smoke at PODnys Drug Store OUR prescription work la unsurpaes ed Try us and be convinced Peonys Drug Store PERSONALS COL W 0 WELCH It In Loulivllln Dn J F PEYTON to LouUvlllo beyesterdayt tiDR U A JONES spent Sunday with hli parenta In Adair FltANK JONES spent Sunday with bit t brother Mr J P Jones EDITOR E S ALIIKIUUT was hero from Mw Vernon Saturday MR JAKE GINSIIURQ left for Louis I ville and other cities yesterday MK J B McKlNNEY of MoKlnnoy Is In Louisville to Ice an oculist MR THOMAS M OWSLEY of Phila delphia U who his father at Walnut FlatMiss KATIIERJNE BAUOIIMAN of Iluitonvllte U the guest of relative J hereArronNEttGENERALR J DRECIC INItlDQE spent Sunday with Col W O Welch WILL SEVERANCE WM In Cincinnati last week buying goods for Saverance It Song HENRY BAroiiMAN of the West End has matriculated at Georgetown College Miss POLLY TRAYLOR apent several with Mine Holen Thurmond a crBrodheadMRS J W ALCORN sad Misses Kate sod Paulo Alcorn went to LouUrtllo yesterday Miss MINNIE DINWIDDIE of liuitonr fHie li visiting friends In South Pitts burg Teen 4JCUOEJAB P BAILEY and County Attorney Harvey Helm were at Liber ly yesterday MISSES LIZZIE AND LULA SIMPSON of Garrard spent Sunday with Mm W M Bright MRJOUN A UiooiNsof Richmond was hero Sunday with his halfbrother Mr W II Higgins Vic OWENS one of tho cleverest and best operator on the L N has beet working nights at Rowland MR A W CURD who married Miss Mlnnlo Munday of toll place has rent ed Mrs II T Bush farm In Doylo MK AND MRS L B GirrNs and lit tle daughter of Ilarrodsburg are bar- t see Mr Given mother who U III MR JAMES SIIBLIIY of Junctio- City Is the proud father of a boy an clever Capt Ben McGraw U now a grandfather MRS PRISCILLA BROWN of the Mo Kinney section has ordered her paper sent to Yuma Arizona wbero tho wit visit her ton C C CARPENTER of Huttonvlllo hat gone to Oklahoma to spend tho winter He feeding 125 cattlo In that territory MR K D IENNEDY It back fro Oklahoma delighted with the countr Ho thinks of taking bit family to the territory soon MR U C KINO formerly of tho 4 Danvlllo Newt arrived yesterday to take charge of the job printing depart mentof this olco MRS GEORGE J CDNNIN HAI an pretty daughter Mitt Carrie Cunning ham of Casey spent several days with Mr H B Mabony MRS WS GRINSTEAD and daug ter Misses Grace and Nettle of Incsburg were guests of friends hero Ml1IenburJ Con Purl Konlucklan bratlh acres near It f Jaa1MESSRBJ C MCCLARY C E Tate nod J F Cummins are representing Diadem Lodge No 81 Knights of Py I Owcnsboro thla at tbo grind lodge meeting at j1 ALL members of the Warren 1byChapter U D C are requested to meet wltb Mrs J C Hays Saturday next at 31 DL to arrange for the par ty to bo given the list MESSRS BEN B MCROHERTS of Sheridan Ind anti J H Dunn of Brodhcad woro hero yesterday en a route to Danvlllo court Mr Mono b erts Is visiting his aged father at Brod head Miss FLORENCE Conn lIh ERS of ItStanford who la the guest of Mr eagcr Edward Avonue ootortafa a tow friends at dinner In honor of Mr Charles Allen who leaves for California soon Courier Journal Miss RACHEL ALLISON bee gone ItStanford to spend a week with her al vier Mary Butch Miss Allison planning a trip abroad to spend some tlmo In Glasgow Scotland having had a lovely Invitation from relatives In Glasgow to be tholr guest for the win Lexington Herald tiSins A E HUNDLEY entertained very handsomely at cards Tuesday evening tbo EightHanded Euchro Club being the recipients of her hospi tallty Delightful refreshments wcra served and a most enjoyable tlmo was spent by all Mies Lou Bright left yesterday for Union City Tone to bavo y charge of the East Tennessee Tele phone Companys ofllces at that place Advocate Dn A S PIIICK again MilldaleHuttonvlllo ELDER J Q MONTGOMERY and sis ter Mrs Os Portman of Liberty tlMRdale attended the sale of bit brothers offence scar Huslonvlllo Saturday MRS GEORGE BRYAN of Wllroorc and Dire Nannie Harvey of Loxlng ton urn guests of Mrs James P Bol ic tDRfiandare troubling you LOCALS FUR collars at Severance it Sons WINTEIt Lap atJ C Mc Clary NEW Elder Downs Just received J P Jones CHESTNUTS aro telling at 25e perlj gallon In Doyle A E GlRttoNeof souffle lireduclnff hll wallpaper stock NEW clothe forRainy skirts Big bargain at 40o yard J P Jones A E GIUHONS of Danvlllo will sell orlRITilE residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton Is for tale Apply at this office Nton Danville Street for sale for cub Mary Lytte FOR the benefit of those who seem to think the the bird law Is out wo will stalo that It does not expire until Nov 15 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Six per cent penalty will bo added to all city taxes not paid before Nov 1001 L R Hughes collector FOR n Thoresidence on cut elf pike I now live In Six seven good gneiss and outbulldlngH Mrs M J Vandevecr Stanford 3t Tin Kentucky Colonel bas boon moved to Mu Vernon shorn W B Hudson formerly of tbo Barbourvlllo Pathfinder will edit It Tim republicans bad a warm rally a Rowland Saturday night Messrs G Nowere the speakers lasdyouIaro hours In the great city SIBAKING AT WAYNESIIURO Hons R C fWarren arid J S O sloy Jr will pcak at Wayncsburg at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon 20th Everybody invited HAVING dissolved partnership It la eottlyustat once postpone It but come at onco End T a J R Bcazler 5 HENDERSON BAUGH bee rooted b1l Floyddto Somerset We era sorry to lose ouch a clover man and dyed la tho wool democrat He will leave about Dec 1 hSAEBThoroll be three sales and near Stanford Saturday next Isaiah Whites on tho John S 51urp place John Dh Phillips on East Main Street and Mrs Kato P Millers on Lancaster Street See ode clso senora A11ND51r J H BOODO who closed his stable tome time Iherybusloeand is very much In ovldenco wltb his etgbeED WILKINSON the tonsorial has yielded tothoeollcltatlohotfrloa and will run for police judge Mr Wilkinson Is a clover gentleman a democrat In whom hero is no tulle a would make a capital polka judg Judge Carson is also a candidate that olllce MALCOLM WISIGER Is thinking seriously of building a Handsome opera etcda e We w uld advlso the gentleman toar think very seriously Indeed over tbo nott0 to mootaonetoTHE Hustonvillo Tribe of Red Moo Installed Oho following officers Monday night Jones Baugbman sachem Frank North prophet James Reed Jr sagamore Dr O S Williams Jr sagamore Burdotte Powell keeper of wampum W S Huffman keeper of records and Burt Showmaker collector of wampum After the Installation bad been gone through with tbo ontlro lodge repaired to the hospitable hot of Mr Charles whore an e gant supper prepared under the su Dlnwcovocate 0 WEDDING present In endless variety at Hamilton LARGE assortmentoIpresents at Embry S Englemansv NEW walking skirts In pretty chalk ripes at Severance Sons 25 delinedBARN BURNED barn belonging to Mr George D Boone of the Walnut Flat section burned Sunday afternoon gether with some feed a mule and a theaneenom Inee for Jailer requests ua to say that owing to the Illness of his son bo will not bo able to mike as active a canvass as bo would like to but that his friends must not forget him because be doe a not call on them TilE County D1eotlnR at Mt Morlah church Highland Saturday fImmensevisitor were royally entertained An interesting program was carried out and everybody had a good time The collections of the day amounted to 131 thnephoaofof this place was badly burned while maRolflcoot whichburnedraining Mr Johnson and the horse was next to the one wltb powder in It and a crash caused an explosion AIIOUT TilE CA DIDAr9Compare btrefully the ticket offered by tho democrat for your support with that tho republicans have put out and you aro bound to admit that the ono under the rooster Is tae superior In every re spect To individualize stand Judge Bailey and his republican opponent tide by tide and the latter Is bound to suiter by the comparison The former hat proven his ability by making th best county judge that Lincoln has ha In the leer half century What has Mr Faulkndr done to convince any ono that ho would mako oxen a second rate otllolal In tbo Baugbman and Mono feu race for sheriff le not thorn over reason to believe that the former soul make a good officer and le ho not In sympathy and In common with the bet taxtrepresent a party com posed almost exclusively of white peo pie who pay more than threefourths of the taxes of the county while tbo republican candidate represents u par ty whoso bono and sinew It the voter Besides Mr Baugbroan la a democrat tried and true and his op poocnt to a latterday republican who has probably drawn more money from the democratic party the tl terms bo was sheriff than any man tho sniff old county of Lincoln True Mr Mcnefeo made a good sheriff but no better than Mr Thomas D Now lend or the present Incumbent Mr theea we Mr Baughman will make A success at whatever ho puce his bends to chores no doubt we boiler that bo will make a success as big sheriff Between Hon M F North and Hon B B King there Is little or no comparison so much better timber for the otllce bo socks It tbo former Mr North made a brilliant record while ho was at Frankfort and having had experience ho will bo able to do much for his constituency in the clavbor t lowman In the assessors race Iti seems that Mr M G Reynolds has aiI ready distanced Mr Holtzolaw who Is no sprinter at all compared with his competitor Mr Reynolds has made a most excellent deputy sheriff Is a democrat in all the word Implies and that ha will mako an olllclcnt assessor no ono will gainsay Mr W I Horrln familiarly known asHIko Herrln an oddson favorite In the jailors rat and what bo should and will do for Mr cledea n lar in the East End whore ho listen nd his friends at and around Crab Orch dstd say be Is going to carry the malorltpor upforwin as the Cth of November Is to come forIW D Wallln F R Compton and C A Smith aro gentlemen worthy tho omen they aspire and aro so far ell rior In ability to tho republicans who oppose them as to make a camparle very odorous indeed to the latter Speed Peyton D K Ferris Timothy Hoot and Pedro Green aro tbo four democrats who deslro to servo tbo people in the capacity of constables end of them era well quipped to do ere both to themselves and the party they represent That tbo whole democratic ticket will win we have ovary reason to believe but in order to make success absolutely certain lot every democrat sec that be Jets to the polls end that likewlileare using every effort to win but it is In the power of the democrats to defeat them and defeat them they must everyImost articles for only 25cv Geo H Farris Co IMR ETC MONTGOMERY has opened shop in the old bar room un n the Myers House IWE have plenty of all kinds of teed such as bay corn pate and shlpstuff Cheap for cash J H Baughman do Co LEO BROKEN Willie Herrln son of W I Herrlo who will be Lincolns xt jailer fell from a chestnut tree ofjTHE Brodhead talc failed to declare itslwas ed that they would declare one of at least 25 per cent SPEAKING AT KINGSVILLE Hons C Warren and J S Oweley Jr w ill speak at Klngsvllle at j v M Saturday Oct 20 You era cordially In vlted to bear them BIG SALEDr J B Owsley sold to J L Williams of Virginia yesterday acctsl8 5 TILE Warren Grlgeby Chapter U D C will glue a Halloween party at OWl leys Rail Oct 31 A small admission will be charged and the publIc Is cpr dlally Invited to eaten and spend an en joyable evening THE ticket for the November e ec tlon will be found on our first page Look at It and see if you dont think that the ono wader the roosters by far tho better You will notice that Ellsna Pences name appears In tbo list of constables under the log cable Ho was nominated here Saturday WANTS DAMAGES Morris Fred 51111sdages against W H Traylor the well known distiller for charging that he beat him out of 11100 while be Fred ran Traylora Ilour and meal exchange Dabdsue for IO000 MR RALPH BINOHAM tbo noted en tertainer will appear at Waltons Op era House Wednesday evening Nov Utb Ho comes under the auspices of the young Ladles Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church General yearsdof ago 25o No extra charge for re served seats which can be obtained at McRoberts Drug Store SALEaI will on Saturday Nov 9 1901 propertysPair goon work mule2 ood buggy mares 3 itcon 3 tine milk caws and calves 2 wagon and harness haraeeshFodder and corn In field ImplementsTxaste110 cash over that amount a credit until Jan 1002 without Interest Good note required MM EUZA HARRIS Hubble Sale Of Good Town Property Will Orj Saturday Oct 26th 1901 Atl2U r u on premise sell it public outcry InStanlordabout le arrn The house is 4 arfIrene met al cooled and III ne uaary outbulldtngr are un tbe IprriulM miJo known ooaayohleMItS MILLEIt FARM FOR RENT Edo farm 317 ACRESThree and one half miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address FAAAELLII KyupPUBIC SALE On Thursday Oct 31 1901 I will Mil to the Mfbttt bidder absolutely with Malp0a Kitchen FArntturey thing ewary which ngIsoomparatlvellnaewuanDf earold Mare mules combined tamll bores Jet soy row rah 3 weanling calves good short hogsloosotantsad Harnm nearly new buggy sod boost 2 hone wagon sal haraeu corn ineller plat lmpltiltsooner I will tell my home A Modern SixBoom Cottage Nearly Now Exceeding convenient and comfortable with all neccuary outbuildings consisting ol Lora Ire house house tine garden with about a 4acre wpnwllered grass lot attached Al tllbomewhich there are 3 good stock One e ton scale Mwlth good scale souse navy cal Gins Ire hOU- The land L la and III In I flue slate ot cultivation well fenced and neTerlning water In sale wIll begin It to oclock n Terms made known on day ol sale KyT f = 3 l tFor the next Few Days We Will Offer Our ofIofiQueensware At a very low price to make room for other goods TilingSee ti John Bright Jr Co TIle Greei per Development Co t Wm Hicks President L H PhettypUce VicePresident 4 NS Foutz SecretaryTreasurer 8 P Gray Gen Manager c1 Directors Wm ticks L V Pettyplace W S Fontz S P Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Home office 17 and 11WVa4t Capital Stock 100000 Shares ParValiiekt This company controls 1103 acres of proven oil territory lathe Green River OilEagln In Lincoln County on line of the 0 S It R Three wells have been drilled on adjoining lends anti OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES parchased 1 This machinery is already on the ground and drilling has already begun 5500 i shares of stock are now offered at 40c a share for the next 30 days only to be used only In the of the MidIdlelonpany 8 P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky The Eclipse Sk For Gentlemeni At 3 and 350 Simply all that money can buy Few offered as good at the price none better Made in Box Calf Vellours and Heavy Weight Vici in all the correct lasts The Very Latest Extension Soles C E School Shoes are the best mediumf gradeShoes j l tJanan Sons And KreppendorfT Dittman tit Cos make JOIN P JONES Stailfrod 1 imiim ltJ 1 I CLOCKS J Ii Our stock of Cloaks is now complete and we invite the la l dies of Stanford end vicinity to come and inspect the many styles and qualities We dont try to scare you in to paying a a big price by telling you we bought all the cloaks in tho country for there will be cloaks here when we are dead and i1gone We have the newest and most correct styles and of fer them at live and let live prices SKIRTS AND WAISTS IWe have just received a shipment of the above goods and ask you to give our lino your consideration always showing our appreciation of your patronage by giving yon good at the prices ISeverance Sons W YE E ty Get Rich I Others have done so why cant you Deposit 4 your money with the 0rs OF LEXINGTON KY Where itjwlll be safe and Increase While You Sleep sail Yw Lr I j THE JNTFRIORJOURNAL JSnicrcd n the poet qet at Stanford at taondelat mat- erAhabltaaTuawpsdI xiSwps I aisPER YEAR CASH a1Whin not sopstdasaOQ will bechtrf ed 1 f KNOXVillE DIVISION t 34 Train going North IIbSam 28 iiit241 a c25 n South lISa am MU 2pm For sltlPolnts KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No25 ArrriTesst Stanford at IOS r No21 Leaves Stanford at 210 AM No21 ArrlTssstllowlandst 1200 DAY No23 Leares SUnlorU at 230 r K R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Hlggins A McKinneyVStoM Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop ICoSianay Sy Make and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chicle su Feedc Prices very reasonable Cus tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W Dt1UE I sm Prom JUNCTION CITY KY Flnt Class Turnouts at Beasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Bale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND 8ALE STABLE DANYILLE KENTUCKY 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 FHRM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two mites south of McKlnnny on Mlddleburg pike 175 acres under fenco and 185 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 S MORLEY McKinney y FARM FOR SALE Farm of about 60 acre 2K miles from Hus tonvlllo on Moreland Station and Carpenters Station plko also a good grist with good traction engine sell reasonably Apply to JOUN DINWIDDIEI 1m Hustonvllle Ky NONE BUT GENUINE 1 handle Deorlng harvester Extras and Fixture but keop none but the genuine Unless the name Deering appears on them you may know they are not genuine D S OARIENTER Ilustonvllle FOR RENT Nice cottage and about 35 acres of land 3 miles from Danville on Stanford pike 30 acres for wheat to J J MOORE Danville Ky I 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 of your patronage I handle the best grades of coal T L SUEbTON Rowland Ky i Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky t betaNewly furnished clean splenlld table Everything firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 PUBLIC SALE I Thursday October 24th 1901 k At m residence tt Turnemllle at p m sharp taT hnUMbold and kllchra furniture Including a Home Comfort Range bales clover and Tliuo lby and purs Timothy Hay a very liDo milk cow Tennl wade known on da of sale SALLIE E U AILEV Turnemllle PUBLIC SALE Of StocK and Crop I will sell at public auction at the John V Carpenter ace two miles from Iluston vllle on MIddleburg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 1901 The following described property 30 two yearold cattle 24 earUnjt cattle lot milk cows of thorn regitered Jerseys one pair5 yearohlillhand work mules one 8 yearold bay hone2 od mares ono year Iing filly by DIgnity Dare 3 highbred jen nets 135 Mheep 50 acres corn 60 acres hemp in shock 15 acres sorghum lot of house bold and kitchen furniture almost new In eluding nice sideboard and extension table Lot farming Implements In good shape 3 2norso wagons wagon and bar power and feed cutter Terms 11madoknown on of sale JAMES L YANTIS HuUonvllle Ky Painting Repairing and Ir rstc1aantyle1EXtMJrlenced teed You can your new for very little money J H OREER Stanford KYj A 8 PRICE Surgeon Dentist stanford Ky 0ceoT r UeltoberU Drag Stars In tbs Owsie y Building ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICKAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices VitaeOre Do you know what It Is If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pat per or addressing TttEO NoaL Geolo Chicago Ill or NH BOOK Agt Marksbury Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of IoulsTlllo will be at St Asaph HotelStanrord Oct 23 and 24 Eyes examined and glasses scientificallyadjusted Omce hours 0 a m to 9 p m Farmers Roller Mills STNPOBD xv MORRIS FRED PitorurroR me on grinding tt I do not satisfy you I will not ask you to again Mr James Milburn head miller for J Baughman Co for years is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour teal Bnipstuff Obiokon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the best result me bnt bear mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED vier Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be in DanTllle Mondayi Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urdays Ode In the 1ennlngton nuUdlngStanford fire hours 9 to 12 t to f OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Of KlrkiTllle Mo on the iiiprlnelpl of Anatomy ant noorubbing- Dosurgialoperationsaniclaim bins supernatural Tie machine ofso many opathy Its Is adjustment When all partpert and not overworked healthare proper adjusted J the result of lbe diseases treated by its Nervous ProstrationNeura Rheumatism Catanll Weak ed Lids Goitre Burt Jnr and Lung Diseases Constipation Piles Gill Stone Enlarged lrootJluU acb trouble ollloDOI sodand InlesttDal IlialoaUomStlaJolnt- Pant1stIncontlaenceolUrine laamotorAtax- a Female Diseases a Consultation Prey J+ c+ MCciMY TJNDEaT ERfE- MBALMER And Dealearln ABNESS SADDLERY 0t Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEBTAEEBS DBALKK3 tar F nrnitureMattingsRugsAnd They will Exchango Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY NEWS NOTES Rear Admiral Bunco retired IB dead at Ijlarlford Conn IIn Ma oHln county Perry MontRom cry shot Sara Mullltia Burglars tunneled Into the poatofflco at Chicago and stole 74010 la stamps A hotel fire at Houston Tex caused at least one fatality and a loss of 8250 000Two children of W A Query of Knoxville died from eating green walt nutsJames E Croft for whom the town of Crofton was named died In Chrle tlan county HowardY a Pickleshimer Lee Wilson a prominent young citi zen of Sholbyvllle committed suicide without known cause Tho Confederate Veterans of Kentucky met In Louisville yesterday for their annual reunion Discharged motormen and men who took their places fought at Owensboro One man was badly cut The Bourbon county Courthouse at Paris built at a cost of 1180000 was totally destroyed by are In a street duel at Waco Texas ex Sheriff Harris and his ton were killed by Dr Lovelace and his son Mr Kruger is said to have received advices that the Boors have armed 15 000 Afrikanders within the last three monthRobbers at MoLuney 0 tortured Chas MoTague a merchant by burn lag hilleet and bound and gagged his E Hipp was killed and his wife fatally Injured by an explosion of illuminating gas in a dwelling house at Reading Pa Venezuela has defaulted payment of 8000 due the United State In quarter ly payment of claims growing out of the revolution in 1892 The May Festival directors decided to ask the citizens of Louisville to sub scribe to a guarantee fund of 830000 for next years concerts Frederick H Benedict was killed In an automobile accident near West Point and his companion Orenfell Kane was fatally injured Capt Richmond P Hobson attended the dedication of a monument at Knox Vlllo He kissed a society girl at the depot but It was his cousin The United States Legation In Con stantinople is still without definite news regarding the attempts communicate with Miss Stones abductors George Hodge of Knoxvllle Tenn was kicked from a Cincinnati Southern train near Lexington by a Negro porter and la In a critical condition- It IB to cost 1100000000 to run the municipal government of New ork City next year according to advance estimates In the various departments The celebration of the 200th anniver sary of Yale University begun In New Haven Conrr Sunday The degree of LL D was conferred on President Roodcvelt Please Wright of Cumberland coup ty was shot twice by John Bass The shooting took place at the eoldlorV re union In Clinton county and was the result of an old grudge Judge Thomas C Fuller associate justice of the United States court of private land claims and once a mem ber of the Confederate Congress died In North Carolina Sunday Gen James A Walker the lau com mander of the famous Stonewall Bri cade of the Confederate army and a member of the filth and 65th Congress es died in Wythevllle Va Dr J N McCormick president of the State Board of Health says that smallpox so prevalent In Kentucky last winter has been stamped out completely and tbauot a single case re mainsWhile hunting near Republican Harrison county Ben Florence aged 13 was accidentally killed In climb- Ing over a fence his gun was In some way discharged tearing away part of his head and blowing out his brains A steel company with a capital of 83000000 will soon bo incorporated In West Virginia to compete with the United States Steel Corporation An extensive plant will be built on the banks of the Ohio river near Plttsburg Allan Davis Cole the new grandmaster of the Grand Lodge of Masons Kentucky lives In Maysvllle and was born in Flemlngsburg March 10 1800 HP graduated In 1633 at the Kentucky Wcsleyan College at Millers burg Bourbon county and in 18S5 at Harvard University Mrs Charlotte Nichol and Dr Or vlllo Burnette formerly of Nashville Tenn soueht to end their lives to gether in Chicago The woman 1 dead but Burnette was discovered still alive and restored though ho had taken morphine turned on six gas jets and thrust a through his neck Mrs Nlchol loft a husband and two child rcn There U more Catarrh In this section of the csunlrr than all otherdlieaM put together and was uppo to be In ant fronoucurILand br ncelaII 8c1encereal mDt disease hasbe a constitutional IbrelorerequlrescoustltuUonal treatment HU- ctarrh Cure F J Cheney tToledo Ohio Is ti only cooetluttoust cure CoIbe market It Is taken lateroatlylt doses fronl drops to a teaspoonful It acts terectly on tll blood uuooui ollbsyelm TheyI- T one for ca t to lorcinulanandtestimonlale- Iddreu cure Send t J 0 Sold druggists 75c calls Family 391I are the belt There are thousands of people suflertng untold torture from pile because of tho popular impression that they cannot be cured TABLE1VS BUCKEYE PILE pajtlentbottles tubes The For sale at Pennys Adlsuatoh from Sandy Hook says Last night Jessie Eldrldge a farmer living on Middle Fork In this county was sitting with his family around their door10fCorn huskers sprained wrists barber wire cuts burns bruises severe lacera liana and external injuries or any kind are promptly and happily cured by apt plying IIALLAKDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 23c and 60 For sale at Penny The Sultan of Johore loves lewelry He wears huge ruby and diamond rlnga set in silver six on each hoed a diamond solitaire pin in his scarf and waistcoat buttons incrustcd wilts prec ious stones We have seen the frail infant when the faint struggle for existence stemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by the use of WHITES CUEAil VERMI FUGE Price 2l cents For salt at Pennys Drug Store John Carson aged 82 Is the olden locomotive engineer in America He has bedn running an engine over 50 years and has never had an accident that has cost the life of a passenger His home is at Patterson N J A stitch in time saves nine and a dose of BALLAUDS HOREHOUNDSY RUP at the beginning of a cold will save you many weary hours and even days of distressing and harassing cough Price 25 and 50 cents For sale at Pennys John Jacob Astor ran an engine 20 miles within 20 minutes the other daYi thus proving that a good engineer was spoiled when he decided to be a com mon everyday millionaire Near Leghorn two Italian oQlcers ought a 72 round duel with sabers and both escaped with slight cuts i 3 i HOURS QUICKEST TO flewYorUostonAND EASTErfN CITIES J tLECTAlC UCHTIO YCSTItULCOl DIHtHO Cta TtUIHS tCH DJULT us us tr a n s s t ItXlNOTOtl Lincoln County National Bank Osplul Stock 1100000 Mfcir to Ths Farmers Bank A Truit Com pan and under aamt management continue ou ly for U Yean Solicits Your Bank Aooount Hoping such builnru relations will prone mute Ij boneHcUl and plew DIR oCTORS Paxton JtIOw JN Slnefee- A W Carnrnter W H Cumuilni J E Lynn SH tlhaDkl J F Cub J 11 OWIIJT OFFICES JI Shirk President r Owley W M Urlalat Alit Cash THE Queenar Crescent 3a v Route and Its connecting lines to the PunAmerican Exposition BUFFALOM- ay 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion ratca and special train service will ho announced later The Pan American tho greatest American Expos Won since tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling llldway NIAGARAFALLS mlnnte I Grounds n FreeRecllntnrChnlre SQahUtnleuunr H 11 MIt- 4MWIltilr h fictataft wc JsMaasor v r OC SHOES 00- tt 6 8 0 0 0 a Bfl 0 o WTSTTSVV V VYVTSW It is time to buy your Winter Boots And Shoes I And we sell the best All kinds both coarse and fineMDouglas and Buell for Men Queen Quality and Wolfe for Women Wolfe and Star for Children Best qualities all through Try a pair of Buell Bootees See our line of Work Shoes i CUMMINS a MCLARY I IIAPPV ARMERAI pa HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford I In order to make room fur our Lamps Fall lamps we offer the follow ins to cl 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 t 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS A COj We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay liyc bc ut highest market prices Carson Pence StanfordA FOR SALE Fort Three good young Kwes bred to goal buck for ule Aioa5e Southdown Buck N 51t Salew Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CApltAl Stock 150000 Surplus 110000 This Institution orlglnallj established u ths posit Bank of Stanford In then reorganized ths National Dink of Stanlor In 1863 sndagalt sorganlMd uthe First National Bank of Stanton n 1832 has bad practically uninterrupted exlit sncs for 41 years It Is better supplied now wilt Ucllltlutortransacting business promptly and I r srallythantTerbeforsIn Its longsnd honoiab career Aunts of Individual fldudarlns nil IndlTlduali solicited DIRICTOas- P Bsld Lincoln Co JW Haydn Stinfo- rTBarrli a 811 Bsughman iBUocktr TP Rill WP Walton ly4Tribble J U OolllsrCrab Orchd JuRobinson Hubble U DElmort Stanford orricsii 8 Ilocktr PxatldQts J J Mctlobsrti Caiale MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over tlOIOand3m Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I At 10 Tuesday October 29th 1901 t will oOer for sale at public outcry on the prem ttreIrecentltou w h teen lIuonlII 3lorelandStation inUncotmunty t Kentucky about one tulle ron balance1rforsaleIrIlIe8 JICAIDWLLeJR GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH Oeo1I0Imerteilwupstfindsoiling second hand Clothing equal to now FurnishingPonds pdronlzeI theJinctnatlwhen ye Como to town MorrlFredsprIces It sold at tho Exchange CINCINNATI STOREM l f I