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INTERIORSEMIWEEKLY JOURNAL 1JVOL xxixr v i STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 190L9A M NO 68 KINGS VILLE Married on Wednesday Oct 23a t her mother In till place Miss Gtr trade C Pea uy backer to Dr Den G Allen of Somerset Falber Brighton of the Catholic ckureb oMe4ated The marriage was pronounced to a solemn sr and Impressive masher by Father 0 No hollow mockery of a ceremony but A sacrament absolutely binding while We doth last The attendant were 1the grooms brother of Lexington bet iliaD who stood up with the bride maId tlSe oharmiog Mlaa Ellzabn b MeFarland Toe handsome bride was gowoed In a tallor made robe df exquis ite Material The bridesmaid also wore aa elegant tailor made gown of costly Material The gentlemen attendees wore eOQVoniloanl black Instead of j dlscantlBR upon the many accomplish anf1tsky that her merle are alt Included la the statement thai she e the yenta ble daughter of her mother who la 14perkapa more widely known than her daughter The bridal couple will make a honeymoon trip to the RreaJ exposi tion at Buffalo and otber eastern points oMBterest Oo their return they will board temporarily In Somerset The green who I a young man of high moral character It physician of Rood praeUc Aed rapidly rising In his pro- feaelos All wbo know the young cou pto wish them Oed speed In tho voyage Of lift D MO CHURCH MATTERS S The Baptist cdhat Salmooi Simpson county bur e4 s A meeting held at the Baptltt church at Richmond closed with 62 additions Rev J M Helm closed a meeting at Martin Lewis county with 103 ad dlltona Rev J W naglnt subject for Sun day morning service IIIA Stable Structure renlor Sued b Grace II Attendance of all members of the ChrUtiaa church oo Sunday morning Is caraeitly requested by the board of officer The local lodge of Ancient Order United Workmen resolved to attend service In a body on1 Sunday morning at tho Cbrbtlabohurcb The court of appeals affirmed a Judg moot against tbo Twenty iocond and Walnut strcst Baptist church Louis yule by which It mutt pay notes of II 160 It in with regret that wo announce that Dr McKee hat tendered hit res 0 ignation aspatorof tbo Presbyterian church and will preach no more ber for too present Central Record Another Daptttt church wai dedlcat ed In LouUvlllo Friday making tho 47th in tho city There are 21 white and 26 colored Baptist churches therewith a total membership of 27616I A TYPICAL SOUTH AFIHOAN t STORE r O H Larson b f Bay VIII Sunday Hirer Cape Colony conducts a store tpy lea of South Africa at which can be I purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store It alt uated In a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about 25 miles from the nearest town Mr Larson giyli I am favored with the ciiitora of farmers within a radius ofJljnlmlles t Many of whom I have supplied Chamber lalnt remedies All testify to their value in a household whore a doctors advic- Is almoet out of the question Within one mile of my store the population Is perhaps 60 Of these within the past 12 months no lew than 14 have been aLso lutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tbla must surely bo a record t For sale br Craig Rocker Druggists An exchange says Teddy Roose velt bad a Georgia mother a South Carolina grandfather and two uncles who fought In the Confederate navy What a lot of turning over In the grave there must bavo been In the Rooaovclt family lot when Booker T Washington eat down to dine at the White House J Get a free sample of Obamberlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets at Craig rtRockers drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pill Then their use is not followed by constipation as If often the case with pills Regular size 25o per box It takes two for a kiss t Only one for a sigh marryOno Joy IB a partnership Grief weeps alone Many guests bad Cana Getbscmano had Ono a CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY SAVED HIS BOYS LIFE believe I saved my nine yoar old boys life this winter with Chamberlain Cough Remedy says A M J0111O RIo Creek WisIIIIe was so choked up with croup that he could npt speak I gave it to him freely until he vomited e and In a short time ho was all right For sale by Craig do Hockcr Druggists t MT VERNON Loaslnpoli lands and nil talk Is on the IDdre Drllllop at Copper Creek Well No1 has been started two miles west of Con way Irish potatoes are bringing 75o cash Swflet poiatbesam 10 to GOo at this place The chestnut crop it rather debt this year amltney are going at 35o a gallon at ibis place Signal hat a fullblooded TUB jcarera Indian at the cato and does good He was educated In the Indian school at Carlltlo Pa Testing for coal with a diamond drill continues In the Brush Crook region and It it claimed that several good veins have been found W B Hudson bat moved the Ken tacky Colonel outfit from Livingston to tblt plane and It located In rooms next door to Davit drug store The political situation is warming up to tome extent If tho democrats get halt of the promised votes from repub heAD ionrcet Gus Stewart will bo elected V P Freeman who was engineer for Sparks Crusher Co and who was blows up and badly hurt by dynamite being placed on tbo engine huller has Instituted suit against the firm for dam ages It was sold years ego that all tbo lumber staves etc bad been cut out sod shipped from this portion of the county There It stacked on tho siding here today more than was over hero at comlogIWaller Turpln who has been III for some time Is reported worse A child of J 5 Joplln Is seriously III James ORear It hero from Ml Sterling to tee relative Mrs W T Short who has boon III for many week accom poled her husband to Richmond Mon andyday h T Stewart the lumber king It taking up stuff at Mulllns Station this week Frltb k Collier Brodbcad bavo just received an order for 20 cars of telephone polo a The last shave ever taken by A T ana J H Ftb brother of this coun ty was while they were residents of Illinois In August 1405 J H Fish has lived In many States from California to Florida and mado several fortunes the most of which ho has spent on account of tbo frail health c bis family Ho Is now engaged In the grocery business here In his native hill A T Is farm tog near Wlldle this county There Ineono occur red In 00 years At the reunion lately four worn present the youngest being 00 Tbo original Fish camp here from North Carolina 115 years ago about the time the writer grandfather Mar el came from Ulllsboro N C R L Joplin was In from Somerset Allred Bryant has erected a house out at his fathers place and moved his stock of goods from town Rev liarlz fleld announces that be wilt preach Rt Wlldlo Saturday night Nov 2 Ho hold services at Marutsburg Sunday last Alex PIJnuln ton the Signals devil was struck speechless for some hour Sunday while sitting In hlscbalr Ho was nose to resume work Wednes iolooking up a location In this county Dr Wesley of Mlddloburg visited his theecollege teachers Miss Marshall has been M B McMullin a well known farmer who left this county some three or four years ago died sud denly In South Dakota a few days ago while on isle way to market with some cattle Tbo romaine wore burled there Andrew Carnegie gave 05000 to Stevens Institute at Hobokon N Y to build the now labratory of engineer ing At a banquet on his return from Europe after the dedication of the now building a unique menu will be serv thenIn the shape of railroad spikes The Ice cream will be In the shape of T rails fried oysters will bo taken from a miniature locomo tlvo and when the blast furnace Is tap ped thcro will issue from It punch In stead of molten Iron In anaemia and most womens ailments the digestion is weak the making of col or flesh and strength out of food is 1m perfect so that the patient is weak wan nervous and dyspeptic This condition can be corrected by taking a course of HbllDINE Price COo For sale at Pennys Drug Store The competitive prize drill at the fair grounds In Owensboro in connec tion with the state meeting of the Knights of Pythias was won by Alpha Company No 45 of Louisville Ow oneboro No 11 was a close second At a meeting of tho leading furniture manufacturers of the South In Chatta nooga an organization to be known as tbo Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association was formed h Crab Orchard j Miss Jcnnlo Pay spent several daYlI1 In Livingston where the quite a lot of millinery goods Mrs J J Brooks returned homo this week from a pleasant stay with her sister In Versailles After spending a week with her bereaved friends In Rich mood Mrs Margaret Gormley at home again Mr Louis Bell will soon have completed his nice little cottage on Stanford street The many Mends of Mrs Rebecca Jones are glad to know she Is rapidly Improving and will soon bu entirely convalescent Mrs J D Willis returned ibis week from n delightful visit to friends lo Foyelie county Mersrs A W Buch anan Maurice Perkins and Sam Ta turn are at homo from their trip to the Pan Amerlcan and give glowing counts of the brilliant Bceoeand sights they beheld Roscoe Perkins failed to realize the bright anticipation of a sojourn to Colorado and returned as be should have done to home sweet home where his loved ones gave him food greeting McClellan Brooks of Paris spent a few days with friends here and left Monday for Washington where be- wll enlist In the navy Again are we forcibly reminded orI the truth of tho words Leaves bare their time to fall and flowers to wither at the North winds breath and stars to et but tbou bast all seasons for thlno 0 death Yes ho reaps not only the bearded grain but the flowers bat grow between for we are called upon to chronicle the death of Wllllu Hernia son of Mr Isaao Herrln ntIdeath Wednesday night at 0 oclock at the home of his parents on tbo Mt Vernon pike was the result of a fall from a hickory out tree on last Friday a broken limb resulting All that skillful physicians loving parents and devoted friends and neighbors could do was bearllly done but gangrene set In and death soon ended tho scene VIII lie was a favorite among his compan ions and be will bo sadly missed by them all but none will feel the vacant chair tike his doting mother and fath er and may God lo ml Infinite mercy bless this sad aftllcilon for their eter nal good It the sincere wish of all their many sympathizing friends Not only la this flower laken from our midst but tho dear fragile little bud little Lucille Kennedy has been transplanted from the home of Us loved grandparents Rev W T B White and wife to bloom In tbo garden of Paradise where fragrant branches of tho farspreading Treo of Life will overshadow her spirit brow These sad bereavements that cause our hearts to tbrob with anguish aro bard to bear but we should try to feel that He who summoned these dear ones doelh all things well andhas only called these In their purity and Innocence to a mil der clime where the rough blasts o this lIfo are not known but where they will bo sweetly pillowed on the bosom of a kind Savior who said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for such Is the kingdom of Heaven IIIIBW W S Taylor and Charley Flnley charged wisp complicity In the Goobel assassination tn Indianapolis recently said Mr John Mea ber iho Frankfort Ky distiller and known them when they were In ou Stow capital talked freely with thorn Taylor was Illy dressed and looked miserable I remarked to him that he was thinner than bejused to be and be re pliedIts a wonder I am not dead after all I have been through I asked him If he wasgettlng any law practice Nol to amount to anything he replied for while I am conspicuous and pointed out everywhere I go when pee pie have law business they take It to the old attorneys hero Finley was in full health well dress ed and apparently In good health and spirits Ho stoutly disclaimed any knowledge of the conspiracy to assassi nate Goebol Cincinnati Enquirer- MATRIMONIAL Charles Mceks and Miss Lucy Bur ton popular young reople of Madison county were married at Lancaster Milton Garrlgus aged 70 years com mender of the Indiana G A HII and Miss Marie Thomas a 17 year old girl were married In New Castle Ind Miss Nancy Chcnault Huguely only daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Huguo ly of Danville and Mr Waller Warner McKay of San Diego Cat wero married Wednesday at tbo residence of the brides parents Tho wedding was a very elegant but quiet affair The ceremony was performed by Rev E M Green happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The lIb of life make but little impression on those whose digestion is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with HERBISE and enjoy heallhtand buoy nnancyPennys Drug Store r DINK FARMER Among the many good democrats who are putting In overtime working for the party success just now is Mr Dink Farmer who came within a few votes of getting the nomination for jdller Ho has been defeated for tbo nomination for that office three times but It hasnt hurt bis democracy In the least and Ri sure as Tuesday week comes so sure will Uncle Dink as his friends call him be on hand working and voting for every man under the rooster Uncle Dink loves democra cy for many reasons not the least of which Is because It has a game cock as Its emblem He likes roosters and no man who knows whereof he speaks will say that he does not know a good one and that be has not raised some as flno ones as over entered a pit Wo are es peclally fond of the clever old gentle man who thought enough of us to name an offspring for us and that many other people admire him has been cbnwn repeatedly In the good races ho bee made Mr Farmer la a candidate for jailer four years henco and death only can keep him from winning He will have no opposition In his party and the republicans know they will bavu no show to beat him eo hell just walk Into office IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Paint Lick Is to have a Knights of Pythias lodge Fire destroyed the resldonoe of Capt W M D1o ham at Ploevllle The residence of J F Goddard near Montlcello was destroyed by tire A monster gas well was struck two tulles cast of Cooper Wayne county Robert Gulden of Richmond was accidentally shot and killed while hunt log Alex Johnson wanted In Arkansas for grand larceny was arrested at Lon don Gen JM Poymz of Richmond was reelected commander of the Kentucky VfA well from which oil gushes 30 feat- in the air has been found on Stinking Creek in Knox county John F Cooroy of Urbana 0 full from a Ihlrdaiory hotel window at Memphis and was killed Corbtn Is to have a bank with a capital stock of 815000 J H Mitchell Is to be president and Oscar Bishop cash ier Henry Cummings a Mlngo miner Midgrudge On Little Goose Creek Clay county Wm Wood was fatally wounded by being struck on tae head with a stone thrown by an unknown person Prof K F Postal has closed a deal with J O Robinson for the latters largo stock of hardware and will take possession of same the first of the year Prof Postel is now with the firm of H M Ballou t CoRecord- A dispatch from London says Reel denccs In this place for the last two months have been visited by burglars Wednesday night the hardware store of Barnett Bros was broken Into and two shotguns with other goods wero eto lon Allen McDowell of IJioholasvllle was bitten by a horse suffering with hy drophobia The animal had been bit ten by a mad dog about three weeks ago Mr McDowell is a brother ot John McDowell who was bitten by the dog that bit the horse and who was taken to St Louis for the Pasteur treatmentWillie Steppe colored was arrested at Danville at the Instigation of his mother and charged with stealing jam from her pantry He was tried before Judgo Prewitt and confessed to the of tense Doing unable to give ball for 8100 without maternal asslBtancewhlch was refused bo was remanded to jail to await the action of the grand jury Uncle Joke Kennedy the 84 year old Salvlsa democrat has changed his mind Two weeks ago ho said that he hoped when he died bo would go to Indiana that If the devil came after him the governor would protect him After due deliberation Uncle Jake ow say he would rather go to hall than Indiana Harrodsburg Democrat FV vy7 1 vv = o 1ijF = == = 9 H r GOOD CLOTHES EXHIBIT iEvery man who reads this should come and see the nrrny of good agesf7i l FIT STYLE AND QUALITY rJcqunl to the best custom tailoring and the price is the induce New lineR of Furnishings Shoes find fiats mJ IT PAYS TO TRADE AT t 1 THE GLOBEIE11Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing l JYour money back if youre not satisfied fG mILLER HIRSCH Danville Pb i t3 oo PtD eM eQ Qrsj 7 f i e Ii Atq q q 4S 51 e1 7 S Ss f Overcoats 1ClU rTheLatest Things Out nFi a 4P Little Gents Short Box Overcoats jfi IT Also the Long Overcoats with Slash Pockets CUf18 and Yokes Our Mens Coats comprise all obx j w the regular cut also the slash pockets culls and yokes Kagland sleeves Etc iH 1ft TERMS ARE CASH tjj t McROBERTSfi itv 4 eyAtyl yttk n k dlr rfto41fC1J S J 1 aJ Ja o ij tfII I5IIIC9 0 SHOBS 1 I O ooooooooooooooooooooooo u- t is time to buy your Wisjter Boots Atd Shoes I And we sell the best All kinds both coarse and fine Douglas 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 CUMMINS A MCLARY fjEAPPY FARMER I 1 USES UPTODATEIIIWfIIIhENYs v yrP HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON 6 DEMOCRATIC PARTY This Is the to vote the Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic Ticket For Stale Senator GEO T FARRIS For Rep rexertlatfre M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk t GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Sheriff1 4M S BAUGHMAN For Attettor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrates J A Dndderar Fred Compton W D WaUln C A Smith W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for IUIlro J Commissioner for the 2d Dlitrict anblect to the will of the democrt cr ONLY 10 more days remain before the battle of the ballots will be tough and wnllo democratic success seems certain It behooves every democrat to do his lull duty from now until the polls close Tuesday afternoon of the fitb This county bas been lost to the repub licans a number of times by democrat remaining at home and not voting and to this class we desire to say a word It has been clearly proven that the demo cratip administrations of Lincoln are the only successful ones the county has ever had and to defeat a man wbp has made a record like tbat of Judge Bal ley with one whose only fort Ilea In the fact that be makes a pretty good still house watch would be a calamity Place the affairs of the county In an I Inexperienced careless mans hand and theres no telling where we will be by the time bis term expires Excel lent men are offered by the democrats In the other races and these too need your vote It will require very little time and not much exertion to drive to town and cast yqur vote and that Itwlll 11prove a good investment of both time you are bound to egrets with us Dont depend on your neigh 1 bors doing the voting but come your rselfand see that all the other demo crate in your neighborhood do likewise Your vote is needed It may save the county from the republicans 1and republican misrule IlDE Owensboro Messenger asks this pertinent question Now wont those oxConfederates of Kentucky who vot ed for Roosevelt and Yerkes for vice president and governor In 1900 fee1 ashamed of themselves One advocates Negro equaUt and the other favors a force bill for his own State Surely they ought to but the exConfederate I who goes over to the enemy It seems iitous tries every method to make him self appear the worst pill In the box- t TUB question which Is agitating the tsmlDds of the Washington people Is did i with his family make his exit from the rear of the White House the other day to avoid the curious gaze of a few excursionists The president has not been noted heretofore as a backward man or a man who goes out of the back way of a house when the front door stands open We trust the I mooted question will be settled at onco and to the satisfaction of all A MAN was arrested In Louisville for looking for the Savior A human fool ish enough to think that the Savior or a being in any way resembling Him in goodness could be found in that wicked city should be placed In an asylum rather than in jail l TUERE Is a man living in Kansas r who has the unusual name of Elder Testament If bis father ii yet alive he is no doubt known at Old Testa meatTnE Memphis CommercialAppeal Rooseveltrwants to up a can party In the South a 4w INSTEAD of worrying his brain writI- DIt editorials Editor Laodram of the Lancaster Record filled blslied col umn with good paylag star locals last Issue More money In It but we dislike to do without his Interesting and original efforts so we kick- POLITICAL Hon Thomas E Watson the Gear gia populist will go on the lecture H Stone is again tipped to succeed Collector Sapp In the Louis ville district William Jennings Bryan Is putting In his entire time speaking for the fusion ticket In Nebraska George E Kocster a democrat has been appointed collector of Internal revenue in South Carolina Poatofflces at Eastland Owen COUDtS Rudd Carlisle county and Sophia Carlisle county will discontinued on the 31st There are Intimations at Washing ton that Dr Godfrey Hunters job as minister to Guatemala and Honduras is in danger The Ohio democrats opened their campaign In Bucyrun Wednesday The speakers confined themselves almost entirely to State issues Gov Beckbam appointed Dr Louise Trlgg of Glasgow third assistant physician at Lakeland Asylum vice- Dr Laura Kelsker resigned Southern men who accept invitations to dine with the president hereafter may take the precaution to find out something about the color scheme of the occasion before accepting Atlan ta Journal The cooetltutlonalconvention at I Richmond Va adopted a bill of rights and agreed to adjourn until after the election without pay A resolution limiting speeches to 20 minutes and speech to a subject was adopted Republican ascendency In the State gave us Doboe Taylor Powers Ybut sey etc No wonder that the registra tion books In tbo cities of the State- sbow a return of straying democrats to- tbo old party Oweosboro Messenger Trip G Edwards has announced himself as a democratic candidate for the Legislature tojrepreeent Pulaskl county The democratic county committee falling to put out a tlcketMr Edwards name goes on the ballot under the rooster by petition At the Yale bicentennial celebration Justice Brewer of the supreme court aroused enthusiasm by referring to Yale as the place where men are taught to recognize a Washington whether his name is George or Book er President Roosevelt was given a tremendous ovation when he was made an LL D Dr E M Green Jr son of Rev E M Green of Danville has been appointed a member of the medical corps of the Georgia Sanitarium for the In sane at Mtlledgeville The appoint ment was won on a competitive exami nation In which Dr Green stood a most creditable test and won over several applicants It is said that as Mark Hanna was passing along the streets of an Ohio town during the Campaign last year a drunken individual looked up and said Hurrah for Bryan Mark looked at him and remarked sarcastically Hur rah for the deyll Then the drunken Individual said Thats all right you holler for your candidate and I holler mineThe News gives this good bit of advice Dont bet on elections Aside from the moral principle involv ed It Is foolish to gamble on a subject whore your enthusiasm Impairs your judgment If your party wins there la joy enough in the victory if your party loses why give your opponents the double happiness of a party triumph and your money besides Instead of risking your earnings on a wager con tribute what you can to the campaign fund There are other differences between the democratic and republican tickets not to the credit of the latter but the ono that differentiates them by the whole diameter of political being is the fact that the former is the choice and expression of a majority of the demo cratic voters while the latter repre sents nothing but the will of a boss Tho issue Is nothing more nor lees than the question whether In our State county and city affairs there shall be home rule or Federal dictation Lou Times Hon R C Warren Is unofficially an nounced for Congress In this district He lives at Stanford and has been county attorney Commonwealth attor ney member of of the Legislature and master commissioner all of which offices he has held with ability and to the satisfaction of his constituents A democrat uuder all circumstances and a man of the highest Integrity Mr Warren Is justly held In great esteem by all who know him and ho will be a roost formidable candidate No man in the district bas worked harder for the party than he and his services de mand substantial recognition Har rodeburg Democrat When you wake up with a bad taste Ir your mouth go at once to Craig tit Hock erf Drag Store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Table Ono or two doses will make you well They also cure blllottSBeis tick headache and constipation ro A LIf j LAND STOCK CROPS ETC nOD W J Brvn ha bought a 1150 Jersey heifer for his farm- Peter Stirling winnings at the Lex ington trots amounted to 15050 Dan Patch won the 208 pace at Memphis In straight beats Best time 205W L Todd Sr of Garrard sold a suckling mule cult to William Lawson for 8100 Drvet Co of Huttonvillc sold to S T Harblioo of Lexington a geld lag for 1300- J W Bmigbrnnn sold to J Y Rob neon three 1000pound steers two at 4o and one at 34o- Crescous broke the worlds record for a half mile track at Kansas City by going a mile In 209- Dr Monica McAllister Bros good boras came second In the 220 pace at Memphis Best time 2OOK Jobu S Bauehraan bought of O E MoWborter ot Rockcanle 30 700lb cattle at 3 20 Danville News ISTlIarbhoDL Co of Lexington sold to Miss West of Lonnon England a pair of coach horses for 93 500 H F HilleD meyer the well knoe nurseryman sends hit usual fall an n iuncement Read It In another col blue James S Deweeie of Madison lad sold to eastern capitalists 000 ares of land In Hunters Bottom this State for 187000IBall Bros of Versailles told a hand some pair of road geldings Gov Brown and Rex Amerlcus six years old to Mr Harley of Boston Mass for 91 500 The top prices paid for cattle at five of the principal western markets last week were as follows Chicago to 00 Kansas City M 45 Omaha 16 25 St Louis SO and St Joseph 610 George Dunn sold Ben Sanders 73 200pound bogs at Sic W A Durham and Brown Lucas sold 60 acres of corn In the Held to Jack China at 110 nnI acre Steve Lucas sold his some weeks alto at 310 an acre Harrodaburg Date ocrat Allx the great trotting mare whoa record of 2031 made at Galesburg III1 in 1804 was not equaled until last year was chloroformed at the farm of her owner former Mayor Sayle of Provi dence RI The mare was stricken with paralysis about a month ago and- o save her from a lingering death she S waaburaanoly killed Allx displaced Nancy Hanks is queen of the trotting turf and belt the record against stal lion mare and gelding until The Abbot trotted the mile In 2031 at TerreJ Haute Sept 22 1900 Allx still held the mile trotting record for a mare at her death THIS AND THAT Czoigosz will be electrocuted at oclock next Tuesday morning Nearly all the business houses of Lamar Ark were destroyed by fire The Grand Lodge Knights of Pytb las voted to meet In Louisville next Tom Brown aged 16 was given a life sentence at London for killing Mrs Maggie Neatman at Lily Rev Daniel Franz and wife of Fair View Kas were crushed to death by a falling tree at Cedarvllle III Puerto Rican oranges are now being yipped toNew York In competition to the California and Florida fruit Al Doty of Lancaster a lineman fore Bastln Telephone Co fell from a J pole lead received serious injuries The jury in the case of Millard Phil pot for killing Deputy Sheriff Davidson In Clay failed to agree at his trial atLondonA been proposed to unite the hardware jobbing Interests of the country In a combine capitalized at 100000000 Annie Clark the cbjld who was kid naped In Green county has been found She and her abductor are In the bands ot Indiana olllcers Admiral RCbley testified In his own behalf yesterday and told the whole story of the Santiago campaign in a clear and concise manner Lewis Leave a Negro lawyer and Dr Agnew also colored engaged In a shooting bee In Harrodsburg over an article which appeared in the Democrat Leavell accused Agnew of seduc ing his sister and shot him In the arm Dr Agnew failed to hit Leavell The seesJ B Matthews assistant secretary of State under Caleb Powers and aI material witness for the prosecution held for rebuttal testimony has sud denly and mysteriously lsappeared from Georgetown and the Common wealth has made a moilonyfor his arrest The Commonwealth baayan affidavit from Matbews that Powers admitted to him that ho bad given Youtsey they About 30 witnesses were xamI ined for the defense Wednesday but tho testimony was practically the same as that offered at the previous trial The defense bad only three or four more witnesses to examine at noon yesterday One of them is James Howard who was convlctedjof the murder of Gov William sod U now awaiting a new trial Howard arrlyed from Frankfort yesterdtiy afternoon heavily guarded It was likely that the defense would rest the case last night itiuI J A u N i p o s t f joy e fI Don t Delay Coming lt r 0 tit III + 111 + + fH U eTIme is short only a few more months and the i Louisville Store The Cheapest In Stanford 1 Will be no more therefore take advantage of this great f Closing Out Sale This is but one chance in a life time to I buy Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Overcoats Jaokets Furs H Comforts Blankets Etc for less than manufacturers m i cost Come to the great Slaughter Sale t o Capes 49c Ladies nico Cloth Capes trimmed with k furlind beadinjreal value 1 to 150 Wo luc 49c t sKid Gloves 49c Ladies kid gloves only n few pair left S worth 150 to close at 19c l Waists 43c Ladies Flnnncllotto Shirt Waists well- made anti nicely trimmed worth 1nt 13c t i Furs Furs 4 I e Ladies we have a largo assortment of col i larettes and minks Prices cut in halt 4 I eSh oes 69c I Ladies Shoes fine and coarse tan but 4 I ton real values 1 to 3 Only n few pair left This sale G9c lOc Pearl Buttons 5c 50c Corsets 25c 25c fancy socks 15c15o collars 5c 50o neckwear 25c 7 l2o outing I oLc 25c flcecchnltl1ndlcs vests 15c i Mens Shoes and Boots At n great sacrifice A lot of mens fine and coarse sample shoos worth 110 5 pair at O Too to 148 See center aisle UnderwearSa fens ileecolined underwear extra heavy quality The values at only lOc 0 s Ky llros and tt i i i S 1 Se e i iL Tne INTERIOR JOUHNAL Courier Journal and Bryans Commoner tho big three one year for 215 Lots For Sale The J M Phillip rl corner Est Main mil Login Ate In Stanford will lie dltltlrd tuba right loll and old on the prrinlMt it auction at 2 oclock p m 26th 1901- Tbn of which Iota an MxlOOCOxlOO a oil 49ilUO aDd Ironton state atmt The Sri on which the house aunda 123xlG8 The loUr lou tint front logao An ar10slC8 and all qt tbem are de ilriMe lint orlon can at Ir rhllllrV rnldtncc The lot will be en and then u a shot and the bid accepted cub balance In and 2 Lien retainedrears J M flllLUlj Stanford Ky PUBLIC Of I will over at public auction at the old S place ratlw twin Stanford on Huitonvlllo pike on SATURDAY OCT 26 1901 The following property 40 bead long year Unit steers milk cows and one bull 3 rear ing calve 3 yearling Iclfcri 00 ltoocl trade ewe 3 nice buck sow and aed well broke mare mules one good work mare 40 acre corn In shock 000 isles good timothy hay 2horua wagon buggy a mowing machines reaper an mower combined disc harrow cultivator set harness and our3 turning plow aeU plow gear alto household and kitchen furniture Terms All sums of 810 and under ca h over that amount note with good security payable fn Natlonalltank ISAIAH WHITE Stanford T D English Auct ++H ++H+ +++ Jort ++ 3- THINGS ABOUT COLDS I Never let a cough or cold get tbestut of you Disease finds Us beet ally In our disdain only a cold IL Find a remedy you can rely on and keep It in the house A reliable remedy is one that cures quickly and whhoat the posslbllty of harm III Such a remedy Is Syrup of While Pco with Tar cures the right way It doesnt dry up a cough It soothes inflamed surfaces stops irritation and promotes Equally good for young and old Price 2- 5cPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky fl 1 + t+ 111 t t+ +4tti A 49c ea i liens fine dross shirts 1ply linen bosom J plain white and colored worth 1 only 10c Fall Dress have the prettiest tinlJ of fall dress v over shown in Stanford I1mlnt ouch iWo as wore never heard of before 4 Derby Hats fi mens derby hats real 150 and 2special for this general solo only 25o iiBlankets and Comforts t sure and buy your blankets anti com ihero Wo will save you big money t Comforts from 4So to 128 Hlankets from Silo to 209 Closing Out jIn Jackets Ladies 5 cloaks go in this I ealo at 325 Ladies 750 cloaks go at jI 108 Childrens long cloaks worth at tile We have n largo assortment of odds Iand nits in jackets and cnpos and tho ces wo will make will ho astonishS int Closing Sale of Clothing j t Boys 1i overcoats in this sale at 2lS i it Boy t Reefer overcoats out 19S Mens l y 750 Obercoats Gut to 305 Mens 150 t reduced to 76o lions 2 re Jlvhavewhether you need them or not V Storeii lt Stanford Salinger Prors Wholesale Retail a i 0 I i1i iS 5 d o O O i alJt10 u e0 Town St Saturday October la 1eenbyca1Hag rrd TUIILIJolbIN SALE Personalty pI Lincoln of Compound It expectoroton Shirts Goods Prices certainly New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you hue a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street n q A RUN ON SOAP f- e m Notice our lOc Soap Display Any SJ Calves for25cj any 7 Cakes for 50c Some of our popular brands are Tonka Talpa Heather Dell Savon Royal Helio trope Florentine a la Violet La France Rose Virginia Violet lana OllUutlormlllc Marguerite Carnation Crushed Lilacs Roses Carnations Llllci Norinkle IStln Soap Crsl1doclt Medicated Dluo Carbolic Sulphur Tar and Witch hazel CRAIIG NcgIjg0 GO TO W Bt McRoberts 4 s Druggist For Wall Paper White LeadALinseed Oil Ready Mixed u Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains Good Bye Stanford I 144th 111111 H + too01 II e +Not a dollars worth of gdods will we carry away from here Take advantage of this stock of seasonable merchandise while It lasts You Can Not BuyingFor goods will be sold payhighestThe Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor for sale louse and Lot on Main St horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber I Good Milk Cow dcor THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky OCT 26 1001 TRY the Judgo Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OCR prescription work Is unsurpaaa PeonysDrug PERSONALS Mn AND MRS HORACE DROWN are visiting In Danvjllo MRS J E HOUT joined her husband at Corbin Wcdoeriay Ie Miss MARY DUNN of Danville Is with Mrs J W BaughmanItMRS D J Bloomington illy Wednesday iJo1INT WEST of Washington City li with bis half brother Mr T J To terMIss KATIIKKINI BAIOIIMAN Is viI iting Miss Dora Bauehraan in Dan ville Mlt WILLIAM MYERS of Cosoy Is with bis daughter Mrs J II Syropion In Lancaster W II SHANKS returned from Madl son yesterday Ills wife Is with he parents there DR It GOLDSTEIN the optician will be at the St Asapb Hotel Friday Nov 8 one day only t Miss ANNIE EVANS DRIOIIT of Dan vllle Is the guest of friends In this city Lexington Democrat THE Lexington Herald says that Mr A D C Dlnwlddle of Uustonvlllc was the guest of Dr Carl Wheeler MRS ANNA D VANARSOALK o f Harrqdsburg arrived yesterday to visit her daughter Mrs II J Mcllobcrts JODUE J M TILFOKD and daughter Miss Bettlo Tllford of Liberty were hero Wednesday to see Dr Goldstein i MK GEORGE J CUNNINGHAM one oi our best Cmoy county patrons sends us money for his paper to Jan 13 1003 Mn N J CONE of tbo Weit End will likely move hie family to Danville lo order to ROt the benefit of the good schools MRS LUCY A GARDNRR who has been with Mrs WII Underwood loft Wednesday for her home at Montgom try City M- oWLtte KBNNBDY returned from Louisville whore be bad been under tho treatment of a pbyslolan lit was somewhat Improved REV J W HAOIN who has been confined to his room since Mondaysays ho will be ablo to Oil bis pulpit S jnday morning and evening Mn S V ROWLAND and Mile Mamlo DUo Rowland his baadiotxn grand daughter of Danville wore hero yes terday on route to Richmond MR R C ADAMS of the woll know monument firm of Wm Adams So of Lexington dropped In and su scribed for tho I J Wednesday MRS S M ALLEN of Mlllcrsburg- v arrived yesterday to be present at the marriage of her sister Miss Anal Belle Woods to Mr Samuel Jackson Embry Wednesday MR BENJAMIN HAWKINS and Miss Salllo Hawkins of Corbin aro with Mrs Robert Blab In the Wet End Mrs Mildred Moroland of Brooklyn Is also with Mrs main MRS JAMES A DUDDERAR return Wednesday front a visit to Mrs S lands at Decatur III Mrs Sus Lear who went with Mrs Dudderar had to remain on account of Illness Mn SMITH BAUOHMAN tho ne sheriff of Lincoln county was bet yesterday If the good people of Doyle county could vote for him Smith would be elected by it much larger majority than be will receive In his homo coun ty Danvlllo News Mn VINCENT ARNOLD who has been assistant L it N agent hero for somo time will take charge of tho Now Ha ven night often Nov L Mr n L Thorp of Lorotto will succeed him Mr Arnold Is an excellent young man and wo dlsllko to see him leave Stan ford Mn HARRY KINO who has been en gaged at the News ofllco for the past four months left yesterday morning for Stanford whore ho bas accepted position on that uptodate paper t INTERIOR JOURNAL Wo cheerfully recommend him to his now employer as an allround man being able to anything from oiling tho press bed to writing a good editorial Danvlllo News LOCALS FUR collars at Severance ft Sons WINTER Lap robes at J C Me Clarys A E GlUHONS of Danvlllo la ro ducing hIs wall paper BtookII e OUR HOIIIIY Underwear for everybody Severance Sons A E GinnoNS of Danvlllo will e you a room of wall paper for 29c orig inal price was 82 25 q TilE residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton la for sale Apply at this ofllco Roust and Lot next to L N crossing on Danvlllo Street for sal 0 cheap for cash Mary LytloIt NOTICE TO Yeas Six per cont penalty will bo added to all city 4 taxes not paid before Nov 1 1001 L R Hughes collector r t THREE of the roost useful household articles for only 250 Geo H FarrlsA Co NEW DiltECTORY Manager Homer tolephonodlrectorylD WE have plenty of binds of feed such as hay corn oats and shlpstuff Cheap for cash J H Baugbman Co DATE CIIANOEDMr Eliza Harris has changed the date of her sale from Nov 0 to Nov 2 a week earlier Soo ad AN L ft N train killed a valuable heifer for W C Shanks It was valued 1125 by the gentlemen called on to fix s worth FOR RENT Tbo residence on cut oT pike I now live In Six acres good garden and outbuildings Mrs M J Vnndevcer Stanford 3t SPEAKING AT WAYNESIICRQ lions R C Warren and J S Ovaloy Jr will speak at Wayncsburg at 2 Saturday afternoon 20th Everybody Invited Jaerrye vlllorcsumes his stand Ing advertisement this paper Keep your ape on It each issue If you want to save moaopaATE SYILLiHogeh R C Warren and J will speak at Klngsvlllo at 7 P M Saturday Oct 28 You era cordially In vlted to hear them THIS Is the dam for suits for the November term of the Lincoln circuit court which begins Monday week The docket promises to bo an unusually light one SALEMr J L Murphy will have a MarwoodSl1turdav acre farm will go to the highest bid dor Ho will also sell a lot of cattle horses crops Ac See ad next ban o FLACIB 11yfrom the republican headquarters on Lancaster street and a telephone ba been put la The rods are whistling monstrous loud to kao up their courogu but tboyro not foo- tag many people HAVING dissolved partnership It Is very necessary for us to have a settle moot and you can greatly assist us b Paying your account at onco postpone It but como at onco R and J R DeazlovIIWITIIDItWArtor having filed bis petition with County Clerk Cooper and received assurances of support from hundreds of his friends Ed Wilkinson has decided not to run for city judge rqchei SOLD LOTS OP EMD S Carpon tar of Uustonvlllc Is the boss farming base sold this year 13 mowers 11 binders 12 rakes and a car lohd or soot plows and cultivators He sells the famous Deer fog Harvesting Gos mowers and binder t BOCGHTA STORE Mr J W Pc rln not satisfied with one store hi purchasedS ro Dlondrmove Into the room now occupied by Mr makeBA CHANGE Tho INTERIOR Joan Nat will hereafter ba published on Frl day and Tuesday afternoons and the papers will bo In tho Stanford postofllco at about 3 oclock Wo roako tbo slight change for a good many reasons the greatest of which Is wo believe wo will bo able to ilea our patrons tho news quicker and morn satisfactorily All of tbo mall will go out on public tlon afternoons and by an early hour Wednesday and Saturday mornings tho I J will bo In thousands of homes In Kentucky and other States Corrc snondonts will please continue to send supplihoturns up doTOWN TICKETS There will bo lit tic or no pulling and hauling la tho town races In Lincoln county this year There Is but ono ticket for Stanford voters and It Is as follows For police judge W R Carson mayor A B Florence councilmen M D Elraore Cicero Reynolds Peter Straub Jr Dr J F Poyton J M Alvcrson and John M Stone Rowland comes up with only ono ticket also It Is for police judge W C Barnett for trustees John Dolany J C Goocb W T Murphy Wm Nallor and Thomas Smut and for marshal Thomas D Martin cholallco lr for marshal but for judge and trustees they havo but ono ticket to select from For police judge F B Twldwell for trustees A M Fryo L b Carpenter I F Steele W R Williams and J P Goodo Three sets of trustees and oth or officers were fled but none of them had a sufficient number of petitioners and consequently the people of Crab Orchard will havo blank ballots I o they will have to wrlto the names of tho gentlemen they wish to serve as police judge trustees and marshal WEDDING presents In endless varIety- at Hamilton I I LARgi assortment tpresents at Embry b Englemans NEW skirts In pretty chalk stripes at Severance L Sons ONLY 12 25 for mbns box calf kid Hoed shoes at Geo H Farrls Cos SCORES of his friends of this county will go to Lancaster Monday to hear Gov McCrearv speak I SALE Mrs Nora Murphy Good knight will have a solo on Friday Nov at which time also will dispose of somo high grade cattle horses hogs farming Implements and household and kitchen furniture She will rent her farm of 01 acres on that day If not rented before DIG POTATOES John Chrlitman the gordnor brought us seven Irish potatoes yesterday that weighed six laund They aro tho second crop the akt Thoroughbred variety Mr Christ man bad In two acres and has just fin Isbcd digging them getting 175 bush ale He will keep them for seed LAST spring a whop Negro boys left here on the cheap excursions nd obtained work In Cincinnati and ther cities Since tbo cool weather as commenced to pinch the hide they are flocking back to Lancaster Rec ord Wrong Brer Landram the color id brother Is at home to vote and every alma you see one como In you can count ono more for the log cabin ticket TilE following gentlemen were op pointed by tbo county commissioners as election officers to fill tho vacancies lathe different prtclncts caused by refus al to get Stanford No1 J J McRob crts Stanford No2 Geo R Englt man Stanford No3 Jack Terry Crx Orchard No2 oamuol Chandler HII tonvlllo No J Roy B Rode Wayne burg No II C Adams WaynesUurg No3 Green Acton pet Tue Harrodsburg Democrat prints a fine picture of Mr J M Alverson of personI0B of brevler without making an error and adds the following This Is a mo remarkable feat both as to spend and dotYa AhoreT n was years and a more faithful loyal man nave r worked for another Ho Is a democrat of democrats and Is qulto a power politics In Lincoln wbero ho Is a mem bor of tbo election commission and la Its secretary Ho Is a candidate for city councilman with a fino show of getting there Gov Beckbam offer him a good position In ono of The asy fume receiver but he preferred to remain with his old love the INTent JOURNAL DEMOCRATIC duty confronts the d mocracy of Lincoln county just now and It Is with them to Improve tbo mutts The contest for the county aseto ofwe we ale still It is tho part of good management to keep novawas so euro It might pot bq made surer Work talk harmony shako hands with the voters ye candidates make them your brother counsel to gather In a kind spirit and lot the demo ocratlo lines be solid Tho day has long slnco passed when people aro driven to do In politics Intelligent men think for themselves and thoy act according ly If a brother democrat disagrees with you dont call him an ugly name or treat him unbecomingly On other head ask that you may reason together swap arguments and 1r yt cant agree be friends any how Kit treatment Is tho surest way to make real friends and win victories Lin coin county Is a close county and needs ovory democrat In It Hustonvllle Read James Fryes advertisement each Tuesday and Friday Democracy Is all right in this neckI of the woods As usual the West End will roll up a good majority Misses Mary and Rosa Woods of ContrailChristianwith good prospects for more Thoy aro building up an excellent school and deserve tho best of patronage Doe Dryo and A B C Dlnwlddlo couldnt see why tholr picture also woro not In the last I J but when your correspondent told them that plot urea of bald headed people woro not al lowed In the malls they soon saw tho reason W S Drye Co sold to S T H bison a gelding for 8300 J H Hockor sold him a buggy bored for 8200 D H Skinner bought of Josiah a fancy harness gelding for 8200 MrsIM J Wcathorford sold to Joo of PulaskI a Dignity Dare filly twoI yearsold for 8150 D O Allen shipped four car loads of cattle sheep and hogs to Cincinnati Ho got 21 to 3io for the cattle 82 to 1435 for the sheep and 640to 015 the hose Ho bought tho entire lot Casey and Adair Mr Allen bought i Fred Gooch 25 barrels of new corn at 12 00 delivered James Fryo bought of Arthur Jones a lot of now corn at 83- A largo crowd attended the sale of SaturdayCattle120 to IJO pair work mules 8230 four yearold gelding 105 Mrs Sallie Ship man bought 25 shares of the stock In the Hustonvlllo National Bank at 8171 Mrs D S Carpenter 10 shares at same and J G and Geo D Weatherford 10 shores each at 8170 Mrs M J Wcatberford Mrs D S Carpenter and Mrs Sallie Sblpman reo turnedhomo with J G Weatherford M rs Addlo Shaw of Louisville Is wither relative Mrs W D Hooker Geo D1VPnthortordwas in Russell county this week Miss Arnold of Williams town Is a patient of Dr Bertlo Carpenter Mr end Mrs H R Camnllz are both and Miss Edna Campltz is run slog the pofetofllco Mlas Rose McCor- mack Is better Louisville dairymen have raised tho gallooHeathonIngton waste Czolgoszi sentence commuted to life Imprisonment There Is a mad homeward rush from Nome Alaska tbo ships sailing being unable to accommodate half the peo pleA monument to the 32000 Tennes cacaos who served In the Federal during the civil war was dedicated atKnoxvllle Elkelodlearrange for monthly meeUDgeln differ eDt parts of the FOR SALE Earl Thos good young Ewei bred to send LGSale Of Good Town Property 1901aoulcrymy ofboutal thetiesl re Teruu nude Iuowuondayof1e hilts KATI 1 MILLER BlueGrass Nurseries tgoltst9Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines torOrchardDOAgentsto IEEn1I0th InPUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday Nov 21901 sell et public auction tho follow property eda mane and colts good work mulct- good buggy moms 3 Rtccra calvesORbuggy and hat ness ono bull heldCTaRtls81D and under cash over thatamount a credit until Jan 1002 without requiredO6 Hubble PUBLIE SALE ImplemenuHousebold tlomItanfordbeginning promptly at oclock v on Friday November x 1901 Tbo following described property One good family horse large enough ton surrey flvohighnice calf seven meat hogs I tvrohorse tourturning oneDiscbuggleonolet wagon harness of guar The household and kitchen furniture con pewdArtirluoIideboard tabledllhos250 shocks of corn Including fodder Sever al tons of hay 50 bushels of wheat some alotacresIt30Inand grass cMhInmonths GOODlNIOItTJ PUBIC SALE On Thursday Oct 31 1901 I will sell to the hljhtit bidder absolutely without rewire or limit on the p on Wttt Main aulKitchen blehIendInyearold Mare mules combined family hone Irr soy cow trash 3 weanling 12 good short yearling itwrs brood sow and feeding hOI Pbaeton0r rIalIA Modem SixBoom Cottage Nearl New Exceeding conrenUnt and comfortable with all necessary outbuildings oontliilng of berg Ice wltbItheOtwhich them are 3 tOad stock burn fine 6ton scale with scale house granary coal isms Ice hove Ae The land U In S lou 0dU lo a line lute of InforTerms made known ondsyofsile KsOI 3 OQK Y oJ ntt ++f+ + ++++ + s HeatingStovesr Grates Coal Hods far Water fyKind r Queensware John Bright Jr Co rd T11e Greei giVer Development Co Wm hicks President L II Phet1 place Vicepresident j tVDirectorsGray O Wright Incorporated under the laws of West Virginia Home office 17 and 19 Princeton Ave Blueflcld W Va Branch office MpKinney Kentucky f 4 Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value This company controlS 1100 acres of proven oil territory in the Green River 011 beendrllJed t OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES purchased i s OOhuesmadetocompap r The Eclipse Shae For Gentlemen I 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 medium priced goods made High grade Shoes for ladies such as Hanan Sons i And Krcppendqrff Dittman d COB make JOIN PI JONES Sthnlrod kfLOftKS7 t I 3 i Our stock of Cloaks is now complete and wo invite the lu dies of Stanford anti vicinity to come and inspect the many styles and qualities Wo dont try to scare you in to paying n big price by telling you we bought all tho cloaks in tlio country for there will be cloaks here when we are dead and gone Wo havo tho newest and most correct styles and of I fer them at live and let live prices SKIRTS ADD WAISTS We have just received a shipment of the above goods and ask you to our lino your consideration always showing our Igive appreciation of yourjatroriage by giving you good goods at tho right prices I Severance SonsiEWemiIM r I NEW Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New and Fresh HeavyBootsJAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLEt l t ff ITHE INTEH10R JOURNAL Steered n the pottoffice at Stanford at loonddatt matter 3ablSahaTu0nyxadX ZtdLaVI 1 PER YEAR CASH flit When not topatdOJZOO will bacbargodi ka KNOXVILLE DIVISION 21 Train seine North MMli Ala m 24 II a 2 a m SI SOlubMI23umMln2 p m ForalUPohas- KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No25 ArnlTeast nford t 108 n No2 Leaven Stanford at 210 AM No21 ArrlTMaV Rowland at 1200 acv Nol Leave Stanford at 280 r u R A JONES DENTISTStanford Kyjr Office over lns do McKlnnoys Stor a Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop ICoISinns Xv Make nod keep constantly on head tbe best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Cblck on Feed 0 Prices very reasonable CUI tom grinding n specialty D V Iennedy Miller NEW LIVERY STABL s W BtmXE SN Prors JUNCTION CITY KV S FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Raies Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN J LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on band and for tale at all times W Logan Woqd Manager H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call FKRM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south of HcKlnnny on MIddleuurg 173 acres under fence and fG5 acres cleared Rust dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts oral a who For further Information call on or address J S MORLEY McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of about 60 acres 2H miles from Hu tanrlUe on Moreland Station and Carpenters Station pike also a grist mlU with good traction engine Willsell rea to JOHN DINWIDDIE 1mUustonroine Kj NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Decrlng Harvester Extras and Fixtures but keep none bnt the genuine Unless the name Peering appears on tbem you may know they are not genuine oDCARPENTER Uustonrilli FOR RENT r Nice cottage and about 35 acres of land 3 miles from on Stanford pike i acres for wheat Apply to J J MOORE Danville Ky i COAL I I have decided to remain at Rowland tbls winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to hand coal and solicit a portion of your patron age I handle the best grades of Jelllci coal T L SUELTON Rowland Ky Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Iror Lancaster t Kentucky r Newly furnished clean beds splendh tablo Everything firstclass Porter wmeet all trains 89 PUBLIC SALE Thursday October 24th 1901 At residence at TurnenTlll st p ilk slurp tuy huuwhold and klieben furnltur Including a Home Comfort ltaoKe bile ot Clover and Ttmo ter and pure Thllolbr hay a very line mIlk cow Terms nade knowi on of tale Mia SALLIE C HAllEYTurnerllll s PUBLIC SALES Of StocK and Crop I will sell at public auction at the John n Carpenter two miles from Hu lon Tlllo on tho Mlddleburg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 IDOI The following described property 30 two r yearold cattle 26 lot milk cows four of there registered Jerseys one palr6year old work mules one 8 yearold bay hone 2 brood mares ono year lIn Oily by Dignity Hare 3 highbred Jen nets 1J5 sheep 90 acres corn 60 acres bemp in shock 15 acres sorghum lot of house hold and kitchen furniture almost new In lading nlco sideboard and extension table Lot farming Implements la good shape 3 2horso wagons 1horse wagon and hare ness horse power and feed cutter Terms nadojknown on day of sleJAMES L VANTI9 Hmtonvjlle Ky Painting RRepairing Iam prepared to paint and buggy carriage or wagon In flntc1aauyle Experienced men to do It and work teed You can have your old vehicle new for very little money J Stanford iL madeI Ale 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfficaoTcr MeBobertlDruc Store In hi Uwile UoIldlQC ERDILLEHA Y DANVILLE EY Manufacturer of ERICK Y And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices VitaeOre Do you know what It is If not It will which can do bypay you to learn you the future columns of title pa r or addressing TiiEo NOEL Geolo gist Chicago 14 or NH BooiEr Agt Marksbury Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at I St ASaph HotelStanford Oct 83 and 21 only Eyes examined and glasses pclcntlBcally adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farm6rs Roller Mills STAurORDXY MORRIS FRED PnornirroR Try me on grinding It I do not satisfy you I will not ask to again Mr J ami Mllbnrn head miller for J H Baughman S Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour Meal Sfcipstuff Chicken Food Eto and I solicit alowestAt the very share of your patronage promising to give the boat Dont meyou but bear lu mInd always that I need your MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage FARM fOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm of 317 ACRESThree and onehalf miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL arrell Bldg Lexington Ky GMcCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIn HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSV- NDERT88ERS ALSO DSALxaaa Furniture MatllnR8Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY NEWS NOTES Three men lost their lives from foul air to a mine at Keystone S D d gamo1Juhnhanged at Goldman Texas for murder Capt Henry Hawkins a prominent citizen committed suicide at Cowan Torn Patalek D Ryan former NatloDal treasurer of tho Knights of Columbus is deadAl of Louisville was Jllven five yenta for stealing 20 pounds of lcaf tobacco At Flint Mich William E Park hurst blow out his brains after bavlnll tried to kill his wife Peter Dell an Indiana miller has ro covered his daughter who was kidnap ed by gypsies nine years ago The remains of a Jofforsonvlllo citizen disinterred after seven year wero found to have turned to stone Detectives admit that they have no clew to the identity of the men who robbed the Chicago poatoEQce- C H Alexander a Texas capltallst and oil speculator was sentenced five years In the penitentiary for anon Leon F Czolgoaz tho assassin of President McKInloy at his own request was visited by a Catholic priest Charles Dunn a wealthy m rrled nan Is on trial at Fort Wayne Ind barged with assaulting and murdor ng 12yearold Alice Cothrell Gold has been discovered 33 mllell from Pueblo Col Fivo hundred clalmll were staked out In 21 hours and people from Pueblo are rushlnit to the sceco Dr J C Franklin of Nashville h 1l been indicted by tho Federal grand jury on the charge of sending obscene 3ttere through the mall to a married oman Fire broke out in the French Lick Hotel and a panic ensued among th 300 guests but this flames were extinguished after a loss of 10000 had been InDicted A Southern Pacific train was bold up near Eugene Ore tho express car dynamited and the registered mall stolen The robbers failed to reach tho express money In a panic tallowing the cry of tiro nt- tbe Temple Theatre In Lousvllle many people were trampled upon and 14 wore InJured Frank McDonald was so badly hurt that he may die The will of Peter Harvey friend of Daniel Webster has been found after 18 years It left to the Mal achu8etta istorlcal Society the various medals and manuscripts of Webster County Judge Hall of Webster coui ty has ordered tbe union men encamped at Providence to break camp at- once and has threatened to arrest an men In the camp if his Instructions aro- not obeyed John H Lewis who took opium In ifTereonvllle as a cure for the drink cureo Is expected to die After 30- years of abstinence he got drunk on bls- 75Lh birthday anniversary and couldn return to sobriety Judge Evans of tbo United State court sentenced J R Milby to Hi month1 Imprisonment In the Nasbvlll penitentiary at hard labor for uslDg- tbe United States malls to defraud The ease will again be appealed Tames Lee Jr of Memphlilatt eked- Maj T B Edington a lawyer of that citywith a rawhide whip In the Chancery clerks office In the metropolis The encounter was the result of a lawsuit and Leo claimed that Kdlnijtpi had Insulted his wife The spectators at the Scbley court of- inquiry twice broke into applause dun IDg the testimony of Chief Boatswali Bill Ho told a dramatic story and- paid a high tribute to Admiral Schley bravery The inquiry it Is now expected will be completed In a few days No will was left by the late John Pl1IsbDry exgovernor of Minnesota Bo once said he was content to let tbo- law a of Minnesota determine the final dillpoeition of his estate Some estimate his estate to be worth about 85 000 and some place it even higher A fiend near Philadelphia attacked- MroJ S B Hlllman smeared a plaster- over her mouth to prevent an outcry knocked her down seized her pocketbook then poured a bottlo of coal 01- 1over her clothing and set fire to It Be- escaped Mrs Hlllraana condition It seriousTha appellate court reversed the- Judltment of the McCracken clrlult- court In the bribery case of the Com monwcalth against Ellis M Headloy of ulnvillo and sent it back to tbo- lower court with Instructions to overrule the demurrer and to try the case on the Indictment Mabol Franklyn Mayer aged 13 wae- killed at San Francisco by John SLaDo- ailed 22 years who then placed the roo volver to bra head and put an end his own life Stano who Is u native of myra Turkey a waiter by occupation was formerly employed on tho- United States transport Meade He Be was Infatuated with the Mayor girl- Dr Orville S Burnette Sho compan Ion of Mrs Charlotte Nichol In the- compact to end them lives of illicit- 10vo1n Chicago but whose attempt was only a pretense has been held to- anlwer by a coroners jury which wal- lunablo to determine whether the pot Ion taken by Mrs Nichol was s Uad- mlnlstored The body of Mrs Nlcbol will bo burled at her old home In Se- Wl1nee Tenn L M Gross county court clerk of Grant Is 8750 short in his accounts with the State and his bondsmen tbo United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company has had a receiver appointed to take charge of tho funds which como into tho dice At tho mooting at Ovvonsboro of tbe Grand Lodge of Knights of Pvthll18 the following officers were elected Grand Chancellor W R Logan Lou isvillo Grand Vice Chancellor Jouott1 Henry Hopklusvlllo Grand Prelato J 0 Covlngton Bowling GreeDGrand Keeper of Records and Seal John W Carter Owensboro Grand Maste of Exchequer Jule Plummer Grand Maitcratarm W F sehuerI man Carrollton Grand Inner John Swift Dayton Grand OuterIGuard M H McLean Covlngton The new Ameer ol Afganlitan bu seven wives to start with It was hit first voyBjo and ho a leaning over the rail In an attitude of reckless abandonment What are you doing tome one leeringly asked him I am rendering to the sea sir the hinge that are the seas sir fI ho alp ed as soon as he could speakChlcago Tribune There are depeople suaerln untold torture from plies because of tbo popular Impression that they cannot be ured TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and tho patient will remain erred Price 60c In jttlos tubes 76c For sale at Ponnl Almost 75000 bags of Hour have JUIt beon shipped to South Africa by pro duce exchange brokers for the British army It Is said also that about 1000 000 bushels of oats half of which havo already been cleared from the port Corn huskers sprained wrists barbN wlro cuts burns bruises torero lacera tlons and external injuries or any kind- are promptly and happily cured by ap- pllng BALLAKDS SNOW LINIMEJ Ilce 25cand 50 For sale at Penny Alex Brown a traveling sslcam wall struck by a street car at Paducah and received injuries which will prob tly prove fatal He was formerly a ember of the Kentucky Leglslatu We have seen tho frail infant when the- falnL struggle for existence stewed almot ended resuscitated and made strong by- tho use of WHITES CREAM VEU FUGE Price 2 cents For bale at snnys Drug Store Halloween Is near at hand The pranks played on this occasion havo- the uncertain origin and purpose that aractcrlze foot ball and long balr- and long hair and poetry A stitch in time saves nine and doso of BALLAUD8 HOREHOUNDS nul at the beginning ol a cold will lavO you many weary hours and even days 01 dlslrclllling and harassing tough Price 25 and 50 cents For sale at Pennys Mme Calve refused to ting in Carmon In Nashville The Musical Club believed her to be smarting under crlr- lelem of her work In Louisville and demanded and received a forfeit of 11500 for her nonappearance p rThere Ii more Catarrh In this atctlon of Ihe untry than all otktrdlaeaMw put together aad tax was upposet to be In nd doctonrroDoueurtInd by constantly to cure mnt prcnounced It Incurable Sdencara constitutional dlteaae hi- tbrefore ufreaaatttutlonaltrntment 1IIIe- Catarrh r Cure manufactured Co Toledo Ohio Ii the only conitlutlonal cure 00 he market It la taken Internallyiln dOH from 10 drops to a teaspoonful Itactsterecayob- loodtbe an mucous surface 0 tae ayi 1m Thy otfn one hundred dollars for ace t bib cure end lor tratlinonlaU Ureaa FJCI1EfkYtCOTuledo0t- ld h druggire cl1alll Fatally lllla arl the trot GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Geo- 1I0lmes store near the railroad on Otlen- belm pike for the purpose of you- people the worth of your money Vou111- alwllYI and bargains at my store I am- lelllng secondhand to new- also now Clothing and Cools KurnUbln Goods Fine Shoes lists Oaretc aping that you will not forget to patronize mo promising fair treatment I you a Invitation to visit tbe- Olnclnnatl Bargain Store Otll and see mo- when you come to town We will soil flour and meal from 1Il0rrls- Fred Farmers holler Mills Stanford prlcel It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI IJAnOAIN STORE M UFISEK Inon Lincoln Cou tyINational Bank Capital Stock 0100090- aeor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Com pan and under nine management contlnu ouily for SI Years Solicits Your Banta Account HorlDI iucb bualnmi relations will prove tnutus ly bencnclal and pleas- DIIt MOTORS Paxton JIOwale7 Sr JN Meneee A W Car W n Cummins J E S 1IlIhankaJCUh J O OwsUy OFF1CEK9 U Shank Frealdentj J BOwsle hler W M llrlnt lout Cub FREE 5 FREE f J Dont fall to ask for the Consumers and Merchants 0 BENEFIT SCRIPT 1flCustomers take notice that for every cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant whoso name appears In this ad1 entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT r Which they will accept for 5 cents on every CASH PUUCIUSE OP ONE DOL LAIC And take special notice that tbo Merchant who belong to thus AMD elation are tho most wide awake and keep the best stocks of goods and their prices are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E 0 WALTON Proprietor FINK PUINTIXO Severance SonsDI Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug StoreDrugs and Chemicals Withers Furniture CoFunllturo Carpets c Higgins ltcKinne Groceries Hardware and Implements tlf- II J lcRobertsGcnts IIIrniSllnra Miss Annie Milliner R E L SitnmsCoal Dealer William Hamilton Jeweler J A Allen Co Lumber In order to make room fur our Lamps Fall lamps we offer the follow lug to close t 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS a CO We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards J I Farming Implements Harness c rLiveCorn Wheat Oats Flay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Be Pence Stanford tRfuhIOthers ban done so why cant you Depositalyour money with tho j TilE FAYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KYI lllicro Iljwill be safe and increase 1 While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent- rooooooooovooooooooooooooorooooooooooooooooo o aroTa a a If you are behind with your subscripton to to this paper greatly oblige us by remitting ooooOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOJ oooooooooOOOOOOODOOOOOOOJ PUBLIC SALE At 10 A M Tuesday October 29th 1901- I will offer lor sale st public outcry on the rem the houses sad farm containing about SI acr re by J U situate on alltOwned lout hallway b twerp llu tonvlll aid JloreUnd Station In UntolD count Kentucky about one mil Irom either plan There is eot of waer good gne land blllDre In one condition lor cultivation- At the same time and plies I will also offer for sale 10 herd of Doe beef cattle and 2 good milk row with young calves unlns ioonrlliow dbfatprl Tate Terms of laid sale will tw cuh- I II CALDWULLJlt FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CtpiUlStoek 150000 nrplne10000 This Institution origlailli established u the D poaltBankcfHtaotord In 18M then reorganized si the national lank of Stanford In 1883 andagali organised Hath Flrtt National Dank of Stanfort n 1882 has had practically an uninterrupted exist too for el yeah It li better supplied now wilt Iscllltl for trlnllctiD bUlla upromptly and srallylhaneverbeforein ill long soil bonoiab tumor Accounts of Individual fiiluclarlM lid DINICTUa- tFBeld Lincoln 001 J W Haydan Staolor TUarrli II 1111 Baughman J S Rocker II TP Hill WP Walton WATrlbbl JU OolllerCrab Orchd Jaa Robloton Hubtl U OElmor Stanford orrlglas BUicksr PretUint J J Meltobirti Cubs W MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at S per cent Long time and easy payments W A TKinilLE 3m Stanford Ky 1aaIU Queen g Crescentv Route tandconnectinglines r pan Americn Expositio- nBUFFALO May let to Nov let 1901 Fscurston raleQ and special train service will be announced later The Itn OIlUonpccIa1leaturCJ NIAGARA I FALLSIromExpoattlonJ necltntoChaha Crc1loIIkaoJof a M I IMw WNrt4l ObL tr w cllnallolfU