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A 1f SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALJ fVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 29 1901 3 P M NO 69 hOurcorresponienca URG for Frldays Is s sue was lost last weuk too lato to be re written Mr D 0 Elliott Is much better at this writing Mr James Wells who was dangerously of pneumonia at MrlElijahyear died altar e 101termeoThursday after a beautiful funeral discourse by Rev Kerrell J M W Jones lobo peoples candidate for county judge has been out In the bushes tho past week In the Interest rII I his candidacy Mr Jones Is elated over his chances of success r assurances of support from the various so tloas of the countyfrom men re Bardlets of political affiliation J T and J W Short have purchas ed of T D True of Yosemite the ho tel and livery property formerly run by- M V J T Short Jr They also bought tbo hack lino from Yosomlto to McKlnuey Mr Truo has moved Into his now itape on Rico Street Mlddleburll where be will bo located at lcast local porariiy The Epwortb League hold a business t mooting Monday night which was well The E L will conduct apt Iiattended exercises Thanksgiving day and will give a supper In the evening- at the college for which a small sun will bo asked This society though only lately organised Is in a nourish log condition lrTbl years apple crop Is the largest in Casey for years Wagon load of the fruit pees through hero almost i dally en route to Danville Uarrods burg and other Central Kentucky points The dlred apple crop Is also 1m mense The shortness In some crops will be made up In others so our eo pie will bavo cause to be thankful as of TTh 1 yore that theyaro spared another year of Miss Minnie Sweeney has returned from Louisville where abe visited last week Dr A It Caldwell a rising young physician of Waynesburg call ed on his best girl hero Sunday M W Jones was In Liberty Monday on business V It Coleman who Is hold Ing down a lucrative position with the 4r C itO at Thurmond W Va visited relatives here returning Tuesday O car Lanhatn visited relatives at Stan ford last week Mr Rico Wilson layi claim to the prize pumpkin of the season He raised ono In the bottom that tipped att the scales at 70 pounds It was qulto a job to load the pumpkin lu a two horse wagon for conveyance to the house Hart Coffey sowed a three aero corn lot In wheat The ground was so thick ly studded with pumpkins that In bar rowing the harrow never once touched tho ground for bouncing over the pumpkins We know this Is a big ono ibut truo nevertheless Every true Kentcklan and Southern faith will resent or regardless of political the presidents banqueting hooker Washington We bellovo that the Ne gro should bo clycn all the civil right guaranteed him by the constitution of the United States but by all means draw the line on social equality The following from the Atlanta Journal Is quite opportune Every Negro In the South will feel a shade white now that ono of his own color has bad the prix liege of eating at tbo same table with the president family The South era race problem can never be settled so long as moo like Roosevelt persist In adding fuel to the flame One William Helm Is an avowed can dilate for county Judge running Inde though no one is treating Uinamewiltjor more petitioners M K Tartar who Is running Independently for coun ty Bttornny Is creating qulto a stir and his vote will bo surprising though wo are glad to say he Is receiving no en couragment from sensible democrats The bllllnRigalo that he has heaped on- democratewbenrunninga1 for ortlco In ether counties has como home Wo predict Mr Taylor election by a safe majority To political oblivion with r every bolter seeking olllce no matter what his politic STRIOKEN WITH PARALYSIS Henderson Orhnett of this place was fjjleken with partial paralysis and com pletely lost the use of boo arm and ono slide After being ttsateil by an eminent physician for quite B while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains 1ala Bate and after using two bottles of kallnOft entirely curellOeo R vl N DeHald Man Logan County W Va eyeral other very remarkable cureaof partial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It U most widely loow as a cure for rheu watkt spalueandbruiseFor sale by Craig Hooker Druggists I Robbers looted the Illinois Centrals typot at MorgaoOeldand escaped to In lsiisa- ICrab Orchard IIMre John Hunter Is on the sick list James has been quite but Is reported bettor Misses Pearl Collins and Fannie Redd are visiting friends In Stanford Dr J S Stapp lost a very valuable family horse Friday from lung fever Mr and Mrs D D Rlge returned Saturday from an extended trip to In dlana Mr John Buchanan of Louisville spent n few days with bis mother Mrs Jane Buchanan Mrs Allo Singleton entertained friends Friday night In honor ot Miss Ewell of Louisville Tbo past week was an eventful ono for Crab Orchard David Smith resi dence was burned to the ground The origin of the fire Is unknown but the weather being very dry a spark may bavo fallen upon dry loaves on the roof The family was awakened about ten oclock and found tbo building In flames Being out of the town limit very few persons knew It In time to render assistance henco most of tbo contents were destroyed A very Ono cook stove and the organ were saved There was an Insurance of 1000 upon the building and 8200 upon tbo con domlItheir sincere sympathy In substantial ways Mr Smith will rebuild Imme diately The building containing tbo barber shop of the Springs hotel caught fire Monday morning but by tle timely assistance of passersby and others the fire did but little damage J C Bays lot his barn and contents by fire Sat urday morning at four oclock origin unknown and a Mr Ham just on tbo edge of the mountains suffered the loss of bis house by Ore so It seems that the firebug has been busy lo his work KINGSVILLE Mrs Clara Pcairs and two boys of Detroit accompanied by her sister Mrs Delia McKee visited relatives In Rowland last week Mrs Cbevoletto entertained with an elegant dinner Sunday In honor of her son and his bride Quite a number of guests were present Including three minister of the gospel Master Jesse the little son of Mr and Mrs Logan Walls died Friday of pneumonia He was a bright pretty child aged two years Interment In the Pleasant Point graveyard The protracted meeting at tno Chris tian church still progresses conducted by Rev Mr Berry of Henderson Rev Dr Allen returned Sunday and re malned a few days There havo been two addition to the church John Walls ot Stanford bozo to attend the burial of his little nephew Dr C M TboinpionJJreturned from Cincinnati Ludlow co Friday Mrs Joslo Inman and two children of Plno Vlllc have been the pleasant guest for the past week of her brothers W L and J M McCnriy Mrs Inman and children arc en route to their new home lo Colorado where her husband has located W R Cundlfl and wife are visiting In Lexington John Bowo has made an excellent pro tern agent while John E Crclghton has been holding down tbo night ofllce The latter was called to Wllmoro Saturday J M McjCarty M at homo from Cincin nati where bo purchased a largo stock of fall goods W L McCarty will go to tho cities this week Jacob Reynolds the abductor of An ale Clark the fiveyearold daughter of Mr S B Clark of Green county who was reported to have been captured In Toblnsport had has eluded lobo ofll cers and has made his escape with the child who proves to be his daughter Ho has notlfled tho mother that she will never see the child again and do clares he will retain her at the peril of his life In anaemia and most women aliments the digestion Is weak tho making of col or flesh and strength out of food Is im perfect so that the patient is weak wan nervous and dyspeptic Tills condition can be corrected by taking a course of HEUDINE Price 50c For sale at Pennys Drug Store In his annual report Goo Nelson A Mlles gives the total strength of tho army at 84518 and 43359 of these men aro In the Philippines Got Iremile of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Craig Hookers drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant In effect than byconstipationpills Regular size 25o par box Uen Mlles in his annual report says no Injury has resulted from the an41 canteen law und In the main the law has been beneficial The death of Wm Gagan of Louts vllle revealed the fact that he had married Miss Delta Canflefd three years ago ur MATRIMONIAL O D Miller aged 50 and Miss Su san Frances Dreedlovc 21 were made ono Sunday Rev O P Link of Cullman Ala sweetheartLovell Cover and Miss Mollie Jones popular young people of Somerset were made one last week Henry Jones 10 and Miss Mary White 14 were married with the con sent of parents at Laporte Ind When Will Auxler returned from his elopement from Mason county to Ohio the irlrli brother covered him with a gun and her father took her homeFor his army Uncle Sam advertises for unmarried men only Upon tho theory doubtless that all tight has been taken out of the married ones Judge Thomas M Cardwell until re cently a citizen of Harrodsburg but now poiltrader at White Rock Indian Agency Utah and Miss Kittle Uanna of Mercer were married In the parlors of tbo Gait Hound Louisville Joshua Hodge aged 52 and Rosana Scnlf aged 51 were married at Lily Richard Hodge aged 24 son of Joshua fledge and Nancy Scalf daughter of Rqsana Scalf were married the same day at the same place London Demo cratIn the notice In your last Issue of the Pennybackercorrespondent was unable at the time to depict the closing scene that follow ed the elegant and sumptuous dinner of which not loss than 100 guests par took Louisville Lexington Chatta nooga Knoxvlllo and Somerset were well represented Tbo numerous and gay party showered rice In abundance upon the bappy young couple as they started to the train to take their de parture The wedding presents were very numerous and elegant and also very Uicfel which last is not always the case D M C Justice of the Peace Van Wycke office In Hoboken woe the scene today of the quickest marriage on record says a New York dispatch The contract log parties were Wiener Stagier and Margaret Joog both met In the justices of lcewhere they had business for tbq first time Ibis afternoon Stag ler wusaiiracicd by Miss tongs beauty Be eyed her with a sweet smile and then told her ho would give all the world for her Well whats to hinder you from marrying me Theres the Judge the replied In three minutes Justice Van Wyck was reading the words that were making the couple man and wife WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewel candy lowers man that the onler of a woman preferences Jew eta forma 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 wid risk her health to get a coveted gem then let bet fortify herself Against the Insiduous consequences of coughs Colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr lioicheea German It will promptly arrest consumption in Its early stages heal the affected lunge and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system It is not a cureall but it is n certain cure for roughs cold and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr 0 G Greens reliable remedies it Pennys Drug Store Get Greens Special Almanac The Nashville Methodist Publishing House got Its war claim by means of false pretenses but the bad matter Is not going to be bettered by false pre tense of a desire to return the Illcotton gains to the treasury of the United States It Is a case ofIotbo less said the sooner mendedor ended Louis ville Times I Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little Impression on those whoso digestion Is good You can regulate your liver nnd kidneys with HEKDINE and enjoy heallhland buoy ancy of spirits Price 50o For sole at Pennys Drug Store A will drawn by Vice President Ho bart a very shrewd lawyer has been set aside at Patterson N J because three children were born after Its drawing and no codicil provision was made to the will for them r A WORD TO TKAVELEUS 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 hot tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Craig Mocker Druggists Anderson McLain a Robertson coun ty Tenn Negro sprinkled Paris green on the face of his wlfo while she slept la the hope that It would kill hor It didnt and olllcors are looking for him An article In a recent Issue of a Mil souri paper was beaded DummMumm and explained bow Miss Mumm became Dumm Mot women who are Mumm are also Dumm IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Marlon Waddle la dead In Pulaski Berea College has over 800 students II B Baxter Is dead at Richmond Of paralysis Abe Curroack had his leg broken In a runaway at London Frank and James Meadows wero killed from ambush In Whitley county Miw Jennie Poor won the declama tory contest over 10 competitors at LancasterThe of Judge J L Colyer who was a daughter of D D Owens died at Somerset last week James Lay Is under arrest at Wil liamsburg charged with fatally cutting Will Mitchell at Corbin Ed WilllaraD wblte fired four bullet at John GrIIIlo colored at Dan ville but failed to hit him The fight was over 30 cents I In a tight at tbo Quarter House a saloon near Mlddlesboro between Geo Mays colored and Joe Nales a white miner the Negro was killed and Nalct fatally wounded William Rock aged 82 sfathor of Editor S P Rock of the Richmond Register died at his home In Rich mood Deceased was a pioneer civil engineer of the State C A postolllce has been established at Conrad II lulls store near Oak Bill Church Rockcastle county named Hltts with A C Hlatt postmaster The mall will bo carried out from Brodhcad Capt W C Curd United States Commissioner and one of the oldest and most Influential citizens of Somer set died Saturday of paralysis Ho woe a Confederate soldier for years a lead er ol democracy in Pulaskl and well known In here At a meeting of the stockholders of tbo Rockcastle County Fair Associa tion held at Brodbead J W Tato was elected president R G Williams vice president J Thomas Cherry secreta ry and A E Albright treasurer R B Ham Per Rlgsby and Granvllle Owens were chosen as directors At a meeting of the stockholders of the New Fair Association John Wood John McRoberts and John Baugbmon were elected to the board of directors and Dave Logan W H Murphy and R O Cunningham were made honor rary vice presidents Secretary Bright reported the association to be In a lour ishing condition financially The debt Is reduced from 84500 to 82000 with a good sum to their credit still In the bank Danville Courier POLITICAL Perry Heath Is a candidate for U S Senator from Utah Booker Reed has changed his mind and will support the Sapp ticket in LouisvilleIt 204004 sheets of paper 20x40 to print all the ballots in the State pad it weighed 52020 pounds President Roosevelts message to congress will recommend the creation ol a cabinet department of industries Senator Mason of Illinois says Sen ator Foraker of Ohio Is the logical republican candidate for president In 1004 Major Henry T Allen formerly of Bath county was appointed chief ot the Philippine constabulary nt a salary ot 1000 Judge Dlshman has decided that Wit liam Marcum Is the republican nomi nee for county clerk of Clay county and has Issued an Injunction to prevent the name of J W Wright from going on the ballot under the log cabin An exchange makes this nice men tion of our brother Every newspaper man In Kentucky wants to see Editor W P Walton elected railroad commis stoner for the 2d district He is in every way deserving of it and the best allround journalist In Kentucky The Sixth district will bavo tin dew ocratlc votes for sure In the democratic caucus next winter and may have more at leant ono more It Is reasonably sure that the Hon James B will get every vote of the Sixth and as this will bo about onethird enough to give him tbo nomination and then he has his own district the Eighth almost solidly behind him nearly all of tbo Ninth and a part of the Seventh It makes his nomination and election a foregone con elusion and this as It ought to be James B McCreary Is the biggest dem ocrat In Kentucky politics today barr log Jo Blackburn and ono or two others whoso names It Is not necessary to men tion Wllllamstown Courier A Card of Thanks Through the Illness and In Che death of our son Willie wo desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their prayerful attention and assistance and to all alike wo aro under obligations that can only be settled through the summons that our boy answered death To Mesdames Laura Moore and Emma gllLdlykepsaid that words aro of Inferior meaning t to express the gratitude and love In the hearts of Father and Mother MR AND MRS W1 HERRIK BetterThan Ever Wed bo disappointed if we couldnt truthfully say each season that out Suits And Overcoats AreStter Than Ever Its a sign that were keeping in front getting ReceivingNewyou worth seeing IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing satisfiedi1ILLEBi Overcoats The Latest Things Out little Gents Short Box Overcoats Also the Long Overcoats with Slash Pockets Cufls and Yokes Our Mens Coats comprise all the beauty style and durability possible to ob tain Everything this season is long We have the regular cut also the slash pockets cuffs and yokes Ragland sleeves Etc TERMS ARE CASH H J McROBERTS YOU CANT AFFORD TO BUY CHEAP CLOTHING We Cant Afford to Sell It For the Newest and Best Se- eCUMMINsa MCLARY O00 6 + YOU WHDNWORTH r Groceries IHardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im plements Etc Etc FOR 100 GO TO I jHiggins aS- TANFORD McKinney KENTUCKY I jiTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL E C VDEMOCRATIC PARTY F This Is Urn way to vote the t Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocraticf Ticket For State Senator V GEO T FARRI For Kfpretentathe M F NORTH For County Judge LJAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney w HARVEY HELM For Sheriff I M S BAUGHMAN For Assessor M G REYNOLDSFor e z W I HERRIN For School Superintendent f GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrates J A Dudderar Fred Compton W D Wallln O A Smith W P WALTON It a Candidate for Railroad Oommlnloncr for the 2d DUtrlct snblect to the will of the democracy FOR a second time Caleb Powers has faced a jury of his peers and a second time be has heard a sentence for lite for tbe foulest crime of the nineteenth centurythe conspiracy to assassinate William Goebel which was carried Into full execution That this man was tbe head of the conspiracy no one who ihaeread the evidence or knows tbe surrounding the case at Frankfort can truthfully gainsay Nor can any one not blinded by mean par tisanship deny that he has not had a fair and Impartial trial The fact Is Judge Caotrlll allowed the defense too t much latitude and permitted the ac 4eueed to argue his case when he was supposed to be testifying We cannot lee how the jury could fall to find a death verdict under the evidence and instructions but they are the judges of that Three of them were for the death penalty on the first ballot It Is the irony of fate that a classmate Powers should have been foreman of the jury that tried him Speaking of it alter t Nwards ho said that Powers was the brightest fellow in his class and be liked him but could not let that Inter fere with his oath When the verdict was announced one woman kissed the prisoner and several men embraced t him but he showed no emotion whatever Tbe counsel for the defense immediately moved for a new trial which being refused an appeal was taken and Powers was ordered back to the Jail kt Frankfort A bill of exceptions is promised for the February term but it is hoped that the attorneys and convict will think better of it and accept the inevitable which in this case is far too goof t BY your remaining at home and not voting next Tuesday tbe county may be thrown again into republican bands No taxpayer can afford to have the countys affairs placed In the hands of a party which has time and again prov en its Inability to manage public af fairs Vote and see that your neighbor does likewise and the blame can not then rest on your shoulders i ofrhoturncoatTHERE ele ment asking for office In the democratic i ranks the ticket Is composed of true blues all along the line A few years ago the republican nominee for sheriff was a democratic officeholder Some difference which will you choose TUE management of the countys affairs by a democratic fiscal court has proven most economical and satisfac y tory Insure another term of good management byvotlng In tbe CIRCLE under the rooster Tuesday next ri EDITOR OAMPUELL of the Somerset Journal is justly mad because some one denominated him an oil maggot The oil magnate may whip somebody about the matter yet ROOSEVELT celebrated his 44th birth- dayt Sunday It seems to us he Is old enough to know better than to dine Negroes at his table In the White House LeoN F CZOLQOSZ was electrocuted j at 7 oclock this morning In Auburn prison New York for the assassination of President McKinley His body was secretly burled In the ground contraIl ed by Auburn prison and not a relic or memento of the assassin will be allowed to go outside tbe prison walls ONLY a week until the election Spend the time working for the splen did ticket which will be found under the rooster on the ballots EVERY newspaper man In Kentucky sympathizes with Editor S F Rock of the Richmond Register in the loss of his ajjed father AN Ue cream trust Is being orjlanlz1 ed in Indianapolis It Is to be hoped that Taylor will be frozen outITHIS AND Richmond beat Borea to ballRichmond has several cases of scarlet fever John Click was run over by a wagon and killed In Rowan county There are 13 murder cases on the locket in the Rowan circuit court Jeptba Johnson was given a life len fence at Nlcbolasvllle for house break- Ing A Scbley club organized at Rich Hill Mo has Indorsed Schley for president At Scranton Pa the strike breakers employed by the railroad have themselves gone on strike TheOhio W C T U adopted a res olution requesting Mrs Roosevelt to banish wine from the White House Charles H Faulkner charged with cmbezzlingtax money from the town of New Britain Conn was found dead In his cell Three persons were killed and one seriously Injured by being struck by a Chicago Milwaukee fc St Paul train at Oakwood ill Narragansett Park one of the most prominent tracks In the grand circuit was sold at public auction to F E Par sine for 50000 While children were burning leaves at Lonaconlng 0 Daniel Moran a child of three was roasted to death by ills clothing catching fire Joseph OHara of Louisville stole 81048 his mothers life savings and went on a lark He was arrested but dismissed as she refused to prosecute Mrs Mary Cannon aged 60 of Clin ton Mass dropped dead while attend ing church It was the first time in years that her health had permitted her to go- Thomas Smith 24 who was to have married Miss Sadie Leo of Gloucester City N J killed himself In her presence because she discovered that ho was already married George Johnson 24 years of age was shot and Instantly killed near Mill Springs Wayne county where ho was drinking with some friends It Is not known who did the shooting A fine copper still and 200 gallons of beer were destroyed In Jackson county by revenue officers Charles Randall George Thompson and J N Lemon One moonshiner was captured- It is being talked about In New York that if Edwin M Shepard Is elected mayor be will be put forward for gov ernor In 1003 and if successful will bo placed In lino for tbe presidency Representatives Mudd republican of Maryland and Cummings democrat of New York have expressed a determi nation to call for an Investigation of the navy department by Congress Tobin Hanson a Dane killed Saml irate 15 son of a wealthy Montreal Canada man and walked Into police headquarters saying I killed a boy for money and got only 50 cents That Is not enough so I came to give myself upA table prepared by the Director of the Mint shows the coinage of gold for the world during the last calendar year to be 8354930407 a decrease from 8460110014 for the preceding year The coinage of silver shows 8177011 002 an Increase over the preceding year oIIOSS4l3S Thirty persons are said to have been killed as the result of a race war at Balltown La near the Mississippi line Militia from both States has been put under orders and the troops from Mississippi are already on the scene The trouble began at a camp meeting Sunday as tbe outgrowth of the lynching of a Negro for criminal assault Ten persons were killed Sun day and one was perhaps fatally wound ed Five hundred men at once armed and began a hunt for the Negroes many of whom tied across the Mississip pi line Boyle county republicans have Is sued a circular charging that the dem ocrats have failed to publish the yearly fiscal report of the county that they have displayed favoritism in lotting the contract for the workhouse and that tho salary of the county attorney was Increased In violation of tbe constitu tion In reply to these charges Robt rding present county attorney has announced that he will speak at Perry vllle Junction City Park vllle and Danville and challenges the writer of the circular to appear and make his charges good When jou wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to Craig Hock ere Drug Store and get n free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets One or two doses will make you well They also cure biliousnem sick headache and constlpatloDI LANDSTOCKCROPSETCI R Li Hubble is feeding 150 aged mules and colts Owsley Dunn bought of T C Ran kin a mule for 1135 Lutes Co bought of A D Root 23 IJSOpound cattle at 41c Some 200pound hogs for sale P H Cormlney Crab Orchard T C Raokin bought four mule coltl at Lancaster yesterday at taO Charles Marvin sold to C K G Bll lingo Captor 2091 for 10000 Woods Bros bought of Powell Harper two mule colts for 8125 Marsh Coffey sold to Bubble Eu banks a pair fouryearold mules for 8225Mazctte took the 200 pace at Memphis In straight heats in 201 and 2041Hubble Eubanks bought of MOB of Garrard a pair of aged mules for 824760 Lutes Co bought the corn at lea tab Whites sale at 82 50 shucked at shockCol Harry Welsonger bought 1100 acres of land near ohelby vlllo at 875 to 8100 an acre L C Dunn has rented W B Hills farm near Mt Salem for 8700 It con tame 200 acres Little Boy holds the worlds pacing record to a wagon He went a mile at Memphis In 201t C H Yeager bought a couple of mule colta yesterday at Lancaster for 834 and 855 respectively- J W Palmer bought a twoyear old gelding of Arch Whittaker at Lance ter yesterday for 1100IPrince Alert broke the worlds rec ord at Memphis by pacing two heats InI a race In 2021 and 2001 Cattle and stock men should by all means attend J L Yantis1 sale near Hustonvllle tomorrow Wednesday M J Farris of Danville bought of various parties at Lancaster yesterday 117 500 to 1100pound cattle al2i to 31e Lutes Co shipped about 400 heavy cattle In the last six weeks They bought them In this section at 3l to 4c The average cost of horseflesh InI France is five cents a pound Two an ocehalf million pounds are eaten yearly J B Haggln has agreed to glvo Jockey Wonderley 815000 for second call Wonderley gets 825000 for his first Lutes Co bought of Powell Harper of the West End a carload of 1070 pound cattle at 3Jo They also bought of various parties a carload of hogs at 6Jc- Judge J TV Hughes weighed forty 1100pound ctutto to Dick Gentry of Boyle at 4 cents and seventeen 000 pounders to Glover Kyle at same Harrodsburg Democrat- W H Lillard yesterday closed a deal with Lawrenceburg parties for the sale of 40 car loads of hay The weight of the lot was 480 tons and the price 812 per ton Harrodsburg Democrat- A good crowd attended Isaiah Whites sale Saturday 25 850pound steers brought Slelght yearling steers 825 two twoyearold steers 3c cows 815 UI 835 calves 810 to 811 horse 835 to 850 mules 8130 pair sheep 8150 Joe Bales shipped 233 export cattle yesterday to S S New York which he bought of T D Chenault tz Sons at 5 to 5c Sam Dcatherage drove 25 fine yearlings through town yesterday which he bad bought for N B Death erago at 3c Richmond Register MACK HUGHES has returned from New York where ho went with a carload of horses belonging to Josh Bolles of Bardstown There were 17 in the bunch One was sold for 81000 anoth er for 8750 and three for shipment to Cuba for 81750 The others sold high lowest price belnIl1400AdvocateLA- NCASTER COURTA very largo crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday and considerable trading was done Sllers pens there were 550 mixed cattle nearly all of which sold prices ranging from 2i to 31c Heifers brought 2 to 2c cows 820 to 830 steers 3 to 3c Auctioneer A M Bourns reported horses at 815 to 845 aged mules 845 jo 885 mule colts 818 to 835 sows and pigs 810 to 820 Do not forget that the present press dent of the United States Is the benefi ciary of assassination which he openly endorsed and condoned when he Intro duced Fugitive Taylor to the National republican convention at Philadelphia as a martyr and promised him a safe retreat in New York Maybe there was method in his madness At any rate it bore fruit and landed him In tbe highest office in the republic Such a man Is not near so good as the Negro he would put on equality Booker Washington is as far above him as the sun is the earth Harrodeburg Democrat The editor of one of our exchanges in addressing bee correspondents woo are continually writing obituaries makes a plea like thisIIDont oh please dont end your effusion on tbe dear departed with the little piece of poetry that swings off something like this A precious one from us has gone a voice we loved is still etc This has been run In some steen million country papers Inthe civilized world 100 times In each and it is beginning to lose its youthful beauty To tell good eggs put them In water If the butt end turns up they are not fresh Dont Delay Coming tttttttt- Time tlllillttltltt+ is short only a few more months and the Louisville Store The Cheapest In Stanford Will be no more therefore take advantage of this great closing Out Sale This is but one chance in a life time to buy Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Overcoats Jaokets Furs Comforts Blankets Etc for less than manufacturers cost Come to the great Slaughter Sale Capes 49c Ladies nice Cloth Capes trimmed with fur and bending real value 1 to 150 We have about 125 left at 40c Kid Gloves 49c Ladies kid gloves only a few pair leftI worth 150 to close at Ilk Waists 43c Ladies Flannelletto Shirt Waists wellI matte and nicely trimmed worth at 43c Furs Furs Ladies we have a large assortment ofolI larcttes and minks Prices cut in half Shoes 69c Ladies Shoes fine and coarse tan but ton real values 1 to 3 Only a few pair left This sale COc lOc Pearl Buttons 5c- 50c Corsets 25c 25o fancy socks 15c 15c collars 5o 50c neckwear 25o 7 l2o outing 5c 25c fleecelined ladies vests 15c Mens Shoes and Boots At a great sacrifice A lot of mens fine nntl coarse sample shoes worth 1 to 5 pair at 750 to 148 See center aisle UnderwearM- ens fleecelined underwear extra heavy nuality 75c vnlucs at only 4cu The Louisville Store Ky Bros BlueGrass Nurseries FALL 1901 Fruit and Ornamental trees low Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We sell at right to the and lava no Agents General catalogue on application to II F llLLE IElm Roth Telephones Iextngton Kr PUBLIC SALE Stock Crops and Farming Implement Household and Kitchen Furniture Ac at farm on Daovlllu Avenue one mile rrommy Stanford Courthouse to the highest bidder beginning promptly at 0 oclock on Friday November x XQOX Tho following described property One family horse largo enough for lurreyt two gentle mares two milk cows flvo high grade hclfetS ono yearling steer one tyrohone nice seven meat nearly newt fourwagon ono land roller turning plows one wheat drill one mowing machine one Doerlng binder one DIM harrows one Double A harrow ono Spring harrow one hay rake two buggies one bowl one set buggy harness set harness Plenty or plow gear The household and kitchen furniture con slitiof one kitchen cabinet nearly newt one Ice chest good as newt one good Majes no Bangoi ono gasoline store one Artltlue sideboard ono washing machine a lot or chain beds bed clothing eUenlno table dlshCII carlOts Ac TIle prop coollitl or 330 shocks ot corolocludlo fodder Several tons of bay bushel of wheat somo oats and 75 Ilymoth hock chickens a lot otturkoysand meny other things too tedious to meatlon My farm of 00 acres If not rented before will be routed for thu year 1002i 23 acres to ho sowed in wlllut 10 in corn 11 In oats the remainder In meadow and TEKNItAlI graa sums of 810 and under caih In hand over that amount a credit ot dlx months J1K9 NOKA MUKlIlY GOODKSIOUT J1 OHANULEK Auct +1+++++++ KEEP YOUR TEETH Its quite easy to keep them and to keep thom sound and white But to do so requires a little daily care Thorough brushing with a good brush and a little dentifrice will prevent d- ecava clean tooth will not decay in a hundred years Right Tooth Brushes A la a little thing but it pays to use a good one and it is well to buy them at the tight price We have a splendid stock of the best sorts of tooth brushes genuine tooth savers and we make close prices on them Also carry a line of tho best dentlfrlqes pastes powders liqu- idsPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky HHi11iiHMHHIIIH + Shirts 49c Mens fine dress shirts 1ply linen bosom plain white mid colored worth 1only lOc Fall Dress Goods Wo have the prettiest line of full dress goods ever shown in Stanford nnllnt such low prices as were never heard of before Derby Hats 75 mens derby hats real 150 nnd 2 values special for this genernl sale only 23c i Blankets and Comforts Do sire anti buy your blankets andcorn forts here We will save you big money Comforts from 48o to 128 Blankets from 59c to 269 I Closing Out Prices j In Jackets Ladies 5 cloaks go In this I sale nt 325 Ladies 750 cloaks go nt I 108 Childrens long cloaks worth 1 al- I JOc We have n largo assortment of odds I and ends in jackets and capes and tho pri ces wo will make will certainly bo astonish ingClosing Sale of Clothing Boys 5 overcoats In this sate at 2lS Boys Reefer overcoats cut 108 Mens 750 Obcrconts cut to 305 Mens 150 pants reduced to 75c Mens 2 pants re- duced= to USe All our mens nnd boys suits have been cut in half Call and see them whether you need thorn or not Stanford Salinger Prors Wholesale and Retail good good toothbrush iSupplywith f IGoodGame Gun41 Loaded Shells CRAIG HOOKER Great Removal SaleDry UlankelCapeJackels plyLinen25cFancyworth II 25 to close at 60c Comforts at half price Ladles Cloaks worth 2 t 113MentoIleather winter aps latest sly Ie worth II to close at 40c Mens Me while it lasts at lac The Racket Store Stanford ProprietorforGood Milk Cow Ac Jtf GO TO W B McRoberts r Druggist 1 fLinseedPaint Neals Carriage Paint I Varnishland VarnishlStains 1 PUBLIC SALEI I will on Saturday Nov 21901 propertySPair workmulos 8 good buggy mare 3 dtiira 3 One ralllc cows und calves S wagon and harness buggy and bal neiS fine holl- Fodder and corn In field Palming Implements Tiiiiug 110 and under cash over that amount a credit until Jan 1002 requiredMM ni wltboutI J a I Bag it Case c y I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY OCT 29 1001 TRY the Judge Taft clear for ft choice smoko at Peonys Drug Store OUR prescription work le unsurpaas PeooyDru5 PERSONALS MlKEOWSLEYlslll C C CAHSOV df Liberty li hero JOE SMITH wont to Mi Vernon yes terdayJ MKNEKEE It hero from Mont gomery Ala MRS DH W B PENNY of Danville was hero yesterday Mrs O P STiCicv of Ixmlivlllo It with Miss Salllo Dudderar JUDGE W W Jonsof Columbia hero en routo to Richmond SUIT J C LAY of Casey was here Friday having printing done JOE K NKVIUB of Lexington spent few days with bis mother hero Mil TIM W HlOQlNS of Loulivllle li hero with friends and relatives BON O A LACKEY It visiting his daughter Mn Fields In Fayetto CHARLES M ROsE of nuiionvUlo Is studying dentistry In Louisville MRS L L DOTY and little son are vlilllng her parents In Mlllersburg MR J O HAYS spent a few days with Dr W I Lotcber at Danville Miss EMMA OWSLEY Is back from a visit to Mrs J S Wells In Danville JUDQJiTOTTEN Lancaiter spent several days with his son J L Totten Miss EDNA UAUOIIMAN of Huston vlllo visited relatives hero last week MR S I THIDULK the eHIclont lore man of the Central Record was hero SaturdayMn O TIIOMASON of Rockets tie this oRIce a substantial call yesterdayMiss DUKNSIDB was on Sat urdays train returning from Loultvlllo to Lancaster GEO ELLIS Is sick nsd R Ed Dale is working to his place In II J Mo Roberts store MRs J E FARRSS and Mrs G C Keller loci children are visiting rata tlves In Danville HON JAMES N SAUNDKRS and wile visited his father Rev Mlles Saun der near Brooks THOMAS Q SHANKS and nephew Matter Ilartwell Shanks were In Lex ington several days MRS E FlSIIIiACIC oltLlvIngston Is visiting her parents lion and Mr B B King at Moreland C L PRUITT of Lincoln was hero this week projecting for a location In burlncss Somerset Journal DR W B PENNY of Danville Is one of the Incorporators of the Smith k Withers 011 Developing Co MR SEUASTIAN CHEVOLETTE brid and Miss Gertlo Leach of Klngsvtlle are with Miss Mollle Mcrsbon MR AND MRS It L COLLIER of Crab Orchard will take chargo of tho Frith Hotel at Brodhcad Nov 15 MilS M R JONES of Conway Is vis iting her parents In the WestEnd Ber husband accompanied her as far as this place MR CLARENCE E WOODS and pretty little daughter were hero a taw hours Friday on route to Richmond from Crab Orchard MESDAMES W O PRICE and U C Bright and little daughter Jennie Ora ham of Danville spent several days with relatives here- YESTERDAYS Louisville Times con tamed good pictures of Judge T JJ Morrows soldier loolLt C H MaJ S S and Lt E P Morrow MR WILLIAM ROYSTON Garrard who always pays for his I J for tb following year In October soot us tl which pays him to Jan 1003 MR O L HOLMES the popular drummer Is now headquartering tbo Wcathcrford Hotel Uuatonvlllo where his handsome wife has joined him IN REMITTING for his paper J L Gover of Ellbu Pulaskl county winds up his letter by saying hurrah for Walton for railroad commloloner REVS S M RANKIN and S M Lo gan went up to Jelllco Saturday and Installed Rev Henry V Eacott as pastor- of the Presbyterian church at the place Sunday TUB Brodbcad correspondent of the Ml Vernon Signal knows what ho Is talking about wht n he speaks of Miss Polly Traylor as one of Lincoln coun tys prettiest girl MR WILL T SAUNDERS Is back from Earlington where ho went to guard the mines Ho speaks In tbo highest terms of tho managers who were very kind to him MR W R GOOCH writes from Som erect that ho has permanently located there and that be and his family aro pleasantly domiciled on Water Street In that city McKinney loses a good family ROIJERT PEYTON BURNETT la tbo name of a eon that has further blessed the union of Mr and Mrs R EDur nets of Boston The mother was the handsome Miss Dollle Williams of Hustonvlllo SHERIFF SAM OWENS of Lincoln county waste Somerset on business with which ho rolllIcalcounty Is now at Journal trt LOCALS ATTEND J L YaotliJ sale near HUB tonvlle tomorrow Wednesday WE have plenty of black and cardl nal Shetland foes J p Jones votetoFRESHEST and I greet meats all Montgomery under Myers House THREE of the most useful household articles for only 23o Coo H Farrls Co ONE butcher knlo one broad knife one house knife all for 25c Oeo II Farrls St Co WE have plenty of all kinds of Iced such as hay corn oata and shlpstulT Cheap for cash J U Baughman k Co DANK STOCK FOR I SALeA number of shares of stock in the Hustonvlllo National flank for sale Apply at this ofllco I MARk In the circle under the rooster and all will bo well Bo sure you put your X io the CIRCLE and not In the SQUARESyFOR RENT Tho residence on cut off pike I now live In 81x scene good garden and outbuildings Mr M J Vandovcer Stanford 3t LOST InStanford I 11 a black shoulder cape with silk ruftlo about neck Finder please return to Mrs It Cook and get reward TAYLOR Allen Taylor brother ot J H Taylor formerly of Uustonvllle dajIlncoHAVING dissolved partnership It Is very necessary for us to have a settle ment and you can greatly assist us by paying your account at once Dont postpone It but come at once E T and J R Bcazley IP the Danville Now thinks It has a printer who can sot more type or a cleaner proof than our Mr J M Al veron let that paper name the amount- It wants to wager or quit talking abou- ft Putuporahutup OVER A HUNDRED Tho banisters of the house Walter C Greening Is building for his father at Hustonvlllo have Umber In them which Is over 100 years old It came out of the old Glv ens house and Is yet as sound as a dollar MR RALPH BIN HAM pcrsonator humorist violinist vocalist raconteur excelling in each department Most versatile entertainer on the American platform today Will appear at Wal tons Opera House Wednesday night Nov n Admission 60c children 25c tben J at Hustonvtllo Thursday next A very desirable homo and valuable lead adjoining Huston vlilo will bo of and somebody will got a bargain Stock crop bousc- bold and kitchen furniture is alto to 6014SROINTttINrcle JeLair was shot In the neck by John Tankorsley Sr at a house of III repute on Fall Lick Saturday night and probably fa tally wounded Deputy Sheriff J L Shannon arrested Taokcrsloy and plad od him in Jill whore ho will remain un ill the condition of tho wounded mao Improves GIHSON Pretty little Josephine Gibson the 10 year old daughter of lobo late Eld John Bell Gibson died hi Wllllamsburg Saturday afternoon after S6eof friends hero during her protracted visit a taw treats ago Mrs S J Embry of this place was very do voted to tbo little ono and Is greatly grieved over her untimely death DOVCIOPiloll JIMQulaenbcrry J B Rtncarson Robot Harding R E Puryeur and A E Hundley most of them Boyle county Intoreettacres of land near Jumbo this county where exports say oil surely exists and drilling will commence soon Tho capital stock of tho company Is 950000 and tbo shares are 110 each THE stockholders of tbo defunct Somerset Banking Co era called on to pay 3800 per share which doesnt set very well with the many Lincoln coon ty people who wore unfortunate ebough to to hold stock In that badly managed Institution It Is alt unlikely that tboy may bo called on for double the amount of their holdings which a very bad law compels them to pay If the receiver finds It Is necessary The depositors bayo to bo paid In full the receiver has to bo well paid while there aro many other expenses that have to bo met such as lawyers foes rent etc It la a pity that the stockholders did not or ganize and secure good legal talent to make a thorough Investigation as soon as the banks doors worn closed then otn atltutlon and they could have been pun shed accordingly WINTER Lap robes at J C Mc ClarySWEDDING pretentsendless variety at Hamiltons LARGE assortment of presents all Erabry es Englcmans GET your steakroasts etc at E O Montgomerys under Myers House ONLY 12 25 for mens box calf kid lined shoes at Geo H Farrls y COIII QUICK rising Buckwheat Flour and Maple Syrup at George H Farris k Cos EiH colordhat a foot badly mashed by settles It caught In a bay baler Saturday BANK STOCK SALEMr J F Own sold to Mr J C lisps 8i shares of tock In the Lincoln National flank at IUO THE oldest inhab cannot recall delightfullyIpleaaant Cummins d McClary will give away the One 150 dinner set now In their window One ticket with each 1100 cash purchase ACQUITTED I Hester of Klngsvllle was acquitted at Covlogton for having In his possession moon shine brandy I Tim Stanford Telephone Co is put ting up a line to HuatonvlIIo and an- thero out tbe Knob Lick puce as far aa Mr E P Woods MR J M PETTUS bought Mrs Kato Millers desirable property on Lancaster Street Saturday for 12305 which is regarded dirt cheap REMEMUER that Ralph Bingbam the noted entertainer will bo at Walton Opera House Wednesday evening Nov Secure scats now THE J M Phillips property on Eva t Main Street did not sell Saturday alter noon owing to a misunderstanding Tbo lots will be sold privately Wt stump for their father The latter was ono of tbo speakers at a meeting In Macksvllle leaf nht DIED OK His BURNS Jack the two yearold son of Mr and Mrs John Tay lor of Bradfordsville was so badly- burned last week that ho died a shor- while afterwards The little fello was a grandson of Mr George Mille- Glvene of the West End and was an unusually bright and Interesting child KINO Grade sevenyearold laugh ter of Mr and Mrs L C King of tbo Hubble section died a tow days since of diphtheria croup She was a sweet child and was almost worshipped by her parents who aro crushed by loath Mr and Mrs King ask us thank their friends who were so kind In their little darlings Illness Jbrecord for having the most children of any roan In Kentucky has an old grant to 1500 acres of land In and about Crab Or chard Tbe load was owned by a great uncle of his In 1702 and was abandoned It worth 15 per acre and will make Mr Llnnoy a nice little sum for tale old ago He Is a shoemaker and has raised a family of 28 children Only a few squatters aro on tbe land sod tho make no claim toit GOOCH Mrs G Fred Gooch who was a daughter of Mr WlUon Goocb died at her homo near McKinney Sun day afternoon otter a lingering Mines of typhoid fever aired 28 She was a strict member of the Christian church was a good woman and most devoted wife She had no children but a young husband la left and In his dark hour ho has tho sympathy of the entire com munlty Tbe remains were Interred In McKlnney cemetery yesterday after shoo in the presence of scores of and relatives GARRARD democrats are feeling good over their prospects ot suttees and It la almost conceded that the excellent ticket will win from top to bottom The republican nominee for judge eve there doesnt seem to think that tho democrats have everything their way however as be took enough of his val uable tIme to work with tho colored brothers for awhile at Hustonvlllo Sat urday night He bad bettor attend to tale own race or Mr A D Ford will mako him think be was hitched to boy attar the ballots are counted Tills is wry editor of tbo Harrodsburg Democrat talks to the Alecks who desire to dictate tho policy of his paper Every now and then a follow orders tale paper stopped be cause he doesnt like something that has appeared In it Wo are always glad to oblige each individuals pro leering not to have anything to do with those woo imagine that for their llttlo dollar wo must run the paper to suit their individual Ideas It la our into lion to treat everybody fairly axle uating nothing nor setting down aug In malice but It had just as well bo known now as later that we aro going to run this paper to suit ourselvosj whether school keeps or not Dry man who thinks otherwise ovj tlnuoB his paper Verbum sat sap TUB residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton Is tor sale Apply at this office HOUSE Loot next to L N crossing bn Danville Street for sale cheap for sash Mary Lytle NOTICE TO A RSSlx per coot penalty will bo added to all city taxes not paid before Nov 1 1001 L R Hughes collector a Tim Mt Vernon lone says that Pete Hampton of Stanford and T Griffin have opened a grocery and lunch stood at Livingston THE ballot are printed and ready for forIt6oON the docket of the November term of circuit court which begin Monday there are 80 Commonwealth cases 7 ordinary appearances JS equity ap pearances 15 ordinary and 78 old equl ty cases VOTERS In No 2 knowten Macks vlllo precinct will vote In tbo Sloes tore room on Depot street Instead of in Supt Singletons office aa before Democrats should bear this in mind republicans aro sure to MAKES HER OWN THREAD Mrs Joel Hubble of the Waynesburg see tion doesnt like store thread so she makes her own and a sample of her flax thread shows thai she knows how to mako it She la over 80 years old DR MONICAL SOLDW F S J o McAllister of Moreland have sold to C K G Bllllnga owner of the Mem phil trotting track their great pacer Dr Monica for 15000 Messrs McAl hater have won a big sum on their horse this season 01 DONT let the republicans scare yc out of coming to town to vote by tbo silly report tbat there will bo hgbta galore horn that day Tberea no dan ger whatever It Is only a scheme 0 the enemy to keep democrats from the polls I WHERE is HETho father of Jim Herrln Motor who lives In this county wants to know the whereabouts of his son of tho above name The boy la 18 years old has dark balr heavy eye brows Is heavy set and large for his ago Write to this office entertaintprewsongrmost character and the highest order Dlogham Is now on his 23rd tour and will appear at Waltons Oper- Hausa Nov 0 Dont miss the oppor tuolty of bolos entertained by one will make you laugh with him and with him thetoclpal tickets had a sufficient number petitioners tbe people of that llttl city will be given the thefts of the foli lowing tickets Instead of having to use blank ballots as previously stated Peoples Ticket Police Judge A GuestWCltIzeesDPcUU8shal J G Riddle yFine Farm For Sale Owlcg to old age and feeble health I will on Saturday Nov 9 1901 it public outcry my feral and all uiy itock and aboutJon tbe Knoxrllle branch ol toe U A N railroad about one hali mile from Maywood station and postHtflce and onefourth wile frow Stanford and Somerset pike Tbe form li well improved baring a twostory residence with eight roomi and front Tbe landl- trypreduetlrelydieegroxingflue gnnlt li a one grin farm alto to good schools and churches and In a good neighborhood Two nerer tailing springs furnlib stork water tbe year round Anyone wishing to look at the farm before tbe day ale Is InTlted to come The stock consists of serer highgrade milch budet two Iwoyear old stern twentyfire Rood grado ewea bred to Southdown three brood mans well broke to work and all bred one mule colt I will also sell my crop consisting ol about 100 bbl IImothybaeta1nuonCaretwiUle rash In hand balance one and two 7renxlth 6 per cent Inter pnchare e uih In hand over that amount I credit of three months with approred note negotiable and payable at l8aleJ U MbWUY Maywood Ky PUBIC SALE On Thursday Oct 31 19011I I will sell to the hl hm bidder absolutely with out reserve or limit on the premises on Wtst Main St HuitonTllle A all my Household and Kltchou furniture consisting of every thing nee essary for comfortable housekeeping among which Is I new Urussels Carpet new room furnl lute In fait thing C1lIIparallvelr new and In flrstclan condition Als6 a nr oe pair of 2 yearold Mare mules combined family hone Jer aeycow IreshS weanling sire good short yearling lten brood sow and teellhg hog e tons of nnt ctaas Haled Timothy Her Phaeton and Harness nearly new buggy and harness 2 hone end harness core Sheller large platform + lmroadscnperendsome forming Imple menu Also at same sold privately sooner I will sell my hoy t A Modern SixBoom Cottags Nearly New- Exceeding convenient and comfortable with all consisting ol barn houtelroyalhbuirecistern and garden ice 4acre gram lot attached At thehtwhich there are s good stock One 6tOD scale with goat scale house granary loaf bllli lib house AI be land In a Il1lu a flee state cultivation welt lenred alldll8Y rIlllog water In each lot tlale will t alD at 10 0 clock I- Terull made kllOwo 04 day e J W ALLE offlu Sy T D English Aucr y l xCC++fFf44++ HeatingStovesGrates Coal Hods Water EveryKindQueensware John Bright Jr Co TIle Greeij River Development COt Wm nick President L H 1hettyplaco VicePresident ManagerDlnctonGray 0 Wright Incorporated under tbe laws of West Virginia Homo office 17 and 19 Princeton Ave Blubfleld W Va Branch office McKinnoy Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Value This company controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory In the Green River OH beendrilledt OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES purchasedThis machinery already on the ground and drilling bas already twgnn 6600 shares of the stock are now offered at 40c a share for tbe next 30 days only to be used only in the development of the property Application for stock can be made MiddletonKyusatGOOD THINGS THIS WEEK Medium and full weight CLOG KS Xoyclties in Comona Elnnnela New style FlannelettesAnd Outings Big bargains in Rainy Day Skirtings A 1 surpise in a garmentaonly No shoddies in our store JOIN P JONES Stanfrod IHERE WE ARE i i0k oeT BaTla i1Wehave just received a care of m 384 Pieces Heavy fleece lined Shirts And Drawers Theyewo will sell them at 39C PER GARMENTWW still have all sizes in the boys fleeced goods at 24c Fee them I Severance Sons 1E E E NEW Clothing Shoes Bootees Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc All New anti Freeb Geode and of tbe Belt Quality at the Very Lowest Prices Heavy Boots Jat manufacturers prices to Close Out JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE THE iNTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at tconddcut matt- erttteltahaTute 4atid F1dvA- ri PER YEAR CASH gf When not sopaldfflaoo will bechtrjtd KNOXVillE DIVISION U Train going North M a m 26 iir 2 4t a 25 ii n South 12 tea m II UG2pml For alllPolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION KoJS Anrlres at Stanford at 108 No 21 Leaves Stanford at 210 No Jt ArrhNatRlandat 1200 DAY Non Leaves SUnlonl at 230 r R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford KyI Office over Hlggins McKinney Stor Telephone No 41 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky Mako and keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chicken Feed c Prices very reasonable Ous torn grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE S W1ItmItE k sm Prors JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale FOX t3f LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly oa band and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager tie Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FHRTC FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south ot McKlnnoy on Ulddleburg 173 acres under fence and 1C5 acrescleared lias two dwclllnco with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In twi tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J S MOBLEY McKinney Ky FARM FOR SALE Hurra of about acres 2Ji miles from IIus tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpenter Station pike also a good grist with good traction engine selL roe to JOHN DINV7IDDIE 1mllnstonvllle Ky GREAT BARGAINS I THIS MONTH 1 have located at Crab Orchard In Get Holmes stern near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people the worth ot your money You will always find bargains at my store I am selling second hand to new also new Clothing and Gents FurnlsblD Goods Fine Shoes late etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronUo mo promising you fair treatment I glvo you a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Dargala Store hall and see mi when you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morrl Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI IUROAIN STORE M REISER IRon COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am bettor prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a ot patronage I handle the best grades of coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Xewy furnished clean beds splendid table Everything firstclass Porter meeljall trains 89 PUBLIC SALE Of Stock and Crop I will sell at public auction at the Johu D Carpenter aco two miles from Huston Title on e Mlddleburg pike on WEDNESDAY OCT 30 I9OI Tho following described property 30 two ear 26 cattle lot milk COWl four of thorn registered Jerseys ono rair5 pear old Ithand work mules one 8 Tearold bay horse 2 brood mares ono year J1ng filly by Dignity I1are a htqbbred len sew ISS sheep 50 acres corn 60 aereshemp In shock IS acres sorghum lot ot house hold and kitchen furniture almost new In eluding nice sideboard and extension table Lot farming Implements In good shape 3 Jharso wagons wagon and ness horse power and teed cutter Terms mkdo known on ot sale JAMBS L VANTI8 Hustourllle Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paintand repair your buggy carriage or wagon stylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran can have your old vehicle new for very little money J H GREEK Sun ford Ky A 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OBctoTtr leRoberUDraa Ston In the OleBuilding ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement of o Write For Prices Vitae OreDo you know what it ist If not it will you to learn which you can do by- watching the future columns of this paper or addressing TiEo NOEL Geolo gist Chicago 1111or N H Boors Agt Marksbupy Ky DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot Louisville will be at St Aftnpli Hotel Stanford Friday Nov 8 examined and glasses eciontlficallyadjustod Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STAHFOSD EY MORRIS FRED PUOPBIKTOK me on grinding If I do not satisfy you I will not ask to call again Jlr James Milburn head miller for J II Ranchman J Co for years Is now with me Call at my mill fo- rFlour Meal Bfcipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a hare or your patronage promising to give Urn best results meyou but bear lu mind always that I need your MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Edward McC rty farm of 317 ACRESThree and one half miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky JcMccbMYt7IWEI EMBALMER And Dealear In S WBNEBS SADDLERY iC Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fs HAYS trNDJmlAXEBS ALso P1ULIU IH Furniture Mat usRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnlfliro for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY NEWS NOTES An Immense tlaplato mill is to be erected at AsblandISafe robbers blow open a bank a Ueren 0 and got eI00000I Andrew Carnegie ottered 135000 to Paducab for a public library Marlon Davis a boydled at Hopkins yule from eating wild grapes The value of a log in Iowa was fixed at 13000 by tho supremo court John Signet had his neck broken 10 a foot ball game at Columbus O The consumption of sugar In tblB country last year was 2210817 tons Mrs Samuel Eades of Grecnvllh was burned to death by an explodIng lamp Twentythree persons were oaten by wolves while working In the fields In PolandThe famous old Halfway Roust between Maysvllle and FlemloRabur burnedNinety persons were mystcrlousl poisoned at a wedding party In New York State R H Coffey a guard at the EmpIre mines in Christian county was kIlled from ambush Eugene Wall la the 6th to be killed In the WallBrooks feud near San Au euetlne Texas The report that King Edward has cancer has finally been admitted by a London newspaper Owing to the prevalence of ecarle fever the schools at Owlngayllla hay been ordered closed Gen ChalIce eya the elTectivc trengtb of the army of Northern Luzon la 8000 lets than It was In January Andrew Israelson at Dcechwood Wls killed his father and motherin law wife and child and committed sul tide A musical society of Dublin Ireland bas honored Col Will S Hays of Lou isvllle as the most popular song Writer In AmericaIn between Insurgents and American troops on the Island of Pa nay tho rebels wero defeated and 25tol hem killed The trials of five men charged with tilling Mine Guard Coffey In Chris tan county will bo held at Hopkins rtlle Thursday Walter R Scott postmaster at Long J In jail at Bowling Green charged with opening letters and fraudulent istng the malls Capt William H Wilson secretary if the Louisville Board of Park Com nleeloners and a prominent Confederate veteran la dead Four players seriously hurt 13 pain fully oeatcn and bruised and 31 persons under arrest Is the scorn of a football ame at McKinney Texas Caleb Powers denies that the foreman ot the jury at Georgetown was o ichoolmate of his He says ho novel law the man until he was called as a juror Tbo direct examination of Admiral acbley was completed before the naval court of Inquiry and he was turned over to Judge Advocate Lemly for cross ixamloatlon The workmen for a Georgetown d Lexington Traction Company wero arrested when they attempted to lay- tracleln tho former city the city ofll tale claiming that the company must nircbase the franchise first F M Leathers who has been conned In the Spencer county jail on tbo barge ot abducting Lizzie Hopper a 3 year old girl was married to his nl aged victim In the courthouse In Tay orsvllle Miss Henrietta Tice a Chicago so iiallet Is trying to raise 200000 artoog tho anarchists and socialists in order have Leon Czolgoczs body burled In blcagu and to erect a mausoleum over his grave The court ot appeals has reversed Its former decision In which It afllrmcd a Judgment of the Hardin circuit court Assessing a tine of 1200 against the Hit iOls Central railroad under the long and short haul clause George Parser alias Butch Case y1 one of the most desperate cbarac tersln the West fought hIway clear of two city detectives In Nashville and afLer a thrilling chase made bis escape In his race for liberty ho utlllz cd a twohorse wagon team a horse and buggy and a riding horse all forc- Ibly taken while two dead bloodhounds marked tbo first portion of his rail He threw away a wallet con alnlngtlOtU In 810 and 120 dollar bills of the Montana Bank A stitch in time saves nine and a doso of BALLAKDSIIOUEHOUNDSY tUP at the beginning of a cold will save you many weary hours and oven days ot stressing and harassing cough Price 25 and 50 cents For tale at Pennys James D Gay of PlOD Grove this Statc won the Stato championship for tho second time by killing 25 live birds might at Fountain Ferry erk- eq r section la more Catarrh In this of the itmlrr than all otberdlse put together anti uotll the last few years was urlOl1l to be anti ahle 10111 greil iu uoctori proooucut It a local disease and ptelcrlloetl local remenMj aod by constantly UlllDK to cure with loch tiles mnt ircDounced It Incurable SclsnetrMt a constitutional disease ereforerequirolconslttuUonaltreatmentl A Co Toledodhto is the only conetintfonal cur the market It II taken InternalUlln dose lrom 10 drop to a teaipoanf ul It arts tercctljr oa thl blood and mucous urCacel of the Yllru They ofter one hundred dolltri tor any easel tall to cnl1l Bend lor clrcuUrssnd tMiltuonlili Addrew FJCiIBNgYJCUToledoOo- ld druggists IlalPe FamUy 1115 are the best ym CHURCH TTERSi proItractedlions In his Bourbon county meeting Rev Strother M Cook of Burg m18l10D1ory legs a gain ot 32 over last year and aI gain In value of 1000000 MIsa Stone and her companion aro said to be confined In a cellar In a IInlo village on the Bulgarian frontier In a sensational sermon In Loulsvll Rev J Klnsoy Smith declared bumaD life safer in Afghanistan than In Ken Lucky Rev George O Barnes who Is 10 Washington with Miss Marie ba penalfromtho Mexican war Rev W E Arnold pastor ot tho Methodist church at this place la wr- Ing a life of John Wesley It will 9irst run through the Pentlcost Century a monthly magazine edited by Rev II O Morrison and will then be put In boole formThere are thousands people suflerlt untold torture from piles because of tho popular Impression that they cannot be cured TABLEIVS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and the patient will remain mired Price 60c In bottles tubes 75c For sale at Penny The president and cashier ot the Eu ala Ala defunct bank are under ar reit to explain the disappearance of 50000 of bonds placed In a vault In tho bank by Gen Oatte Corn huskers sprained wrists barbed rite cuts burns bruises severe lacer ions and external injuries or any klnel are promptly and happily cured by ap lying BAILAKDS SNOW LINIMENT rice 25o and 60 For sale at Pcnnyi Mrs Annie Edson Taylor a Mlchl gan school teacher went over Nlagari Fall In a barrel and survived She 108t ontclousneas alter the descent of the ills but was not hurt We have seen the frail Infant when the ainl struggle for existence seemed alms end ell resuscitated and made strong b the uw of WHITES CKEM VEKMI UQE Price 2l cents For sale at Penny Thug Store John Vogel a saloonkeeper of Ne1 Albany Ind had the reputation Oeing vastly methodical in all his ao lone He tae taken sick a few days ego and was Informed that he blld only a Low hours to live Mr Yogel got out of bed quickly went to tbe telephone and called up a friend t whom he gave most minute instrui ions as to the coming funeral Tben he called up his bartender and gaTe imllar complete directions regarding rte business affairs All this havln been attendee to he went to bed gain and waq dead In 40 minutes Heroic measures were lately taken by longsuffering residents of Nev trunswlck N J to put an end to annoyance caused by the persisten rowing of a pet rooster The bird Is oiyned by n chicken fancier who rained his favorite voice until hi TOW became shrill in the extreme Ono night some of the neighbor Ufferers got hold of the rooster Bnd ut its vocal chords Now It naps Ie rings and goes through the motion of crowing but no sound escapes The chicken fancier hue his eye on a surgeon who lives close by as the only neighbor who knew enough to do the job A Topeka girl went to law In order to secure payment of a claim on an ccidcnt insurance company The company brought out the fact tha the girl had corns This was such hock to her beat fellow that he eased his visits and now the girl wonders whether the E17 she got Iron compensaIon Widows now is the name giver to a block of Bloomfield N J when widows to the unlucky number of 13 Ive There are also more children there than In any other block In town and it is a fact that street cora are required by law to run at reducer speed there In order to avoid running over the vounvattrs incoln County National Bank Capital Stock 110000- 0uor to Ths Farmers Bank A Trust Com pan and under same management contlnu ouly for II Years olioits Your Bank Account ping such uuilnitu relations will prove mutes Ij beneHclat and piles DIP CTORSi Sr JN atenefee A W Carpenter V Cum mini J E Lynn SHSbank J K Cub J JJ bwaley OFFICERS t B Shanks Ptulj ntj I D ashi-erlyaiBrt4tdatCuh c r FREE 4S FREE Dont fall to ask for the Consumor and Merchants Y BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take notlcttliat for every cash purchase of ONE DOLLVH horn any Merchant whoso name appears In this ad entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWhich they will accept for cents on every CASH IUUCIUSE OF ONE DOLLAR And take special notice that the Merchants who belong to this Asio elation arc tho most wide awake and keep the best stocks good and their prices are thu lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINK PRINTING 7Severance Sons Dry Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug Store DrUgs and ChemicalstWithers Iumituro CoFun1ituro Carpets io Higgins do MoKhmcyGrQcorie8 Hanhvnro and Imploinenta- II t J McRobcrts oQcnts Furnisher Miss Annie Phillips ivllilluterR E L Simnis Conl Dealer William Hamilton Jeweler JA Allen it Co Lumber Lamps IIInX150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at X113 200 Lamps at X145 300 Lamps at X213 GEORGE H FARRIS A CO Wo Will Take In Exchange ForkBuggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of AH Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford Get Rich Others have done to why cant you Deposit your money with the pLp t THE AYETK INVESTMENT 0 OF LEXINGTON KY Where Itwlll he safe soil Increase While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent OOOOooooooeooooooooooooooroo oo ooooooooooooooooo If you are behind with your subscripton to to this paper greatly oblige us by remitting ooooooooooooooooooooo SRtiAJ a oooooooooooooooooooo JkASLf Farm For Sale A farm of acres K mile from Neal Creek Churcb Lincoln County for sale Some timbered and tomo cleared land Rood house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM OODLES Stanford Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 150000 Surplus 10000 This Institution originally titsbllihsd as tbs v posltBinkaf Stanford In leis they reorgsnlied IhsNstlOaslBtQk ofSUntord In 1881 tndigali IOreaabed u toe First National Dank ol Stanton n 1852 ku had practically anuulnterrupted ulltI- nOitor sl years It Is better supplied now wilt Uctlltlss for tranuctlng builneu promptly tad I sully th n sur before In Its tong and honoiab carl Accounts of Indltldusli fiducUrlei ad Individuals soticitedDiaxcyote P Reid Lincoln Cot JW JfardlnSIILJ THanli H BiughmsD J S Jlocker TP Hill WP Walton W A Trlbbli JIlColllsrCrabOtehd jas Boblnwn lluLMs M DElmore 8tillrordt orrrcxaa SHlOklrPifldlo ll J McBobms Caibl MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over Ion farms only at 5 percent Ixine time and easy payment A THIUIILE 3m Stanford Ky THEI lat to Nov lat Excursion ratea and specialtrain service will be announced later The lan American the greatest American ExPO ition atnco the MorWs Fair Imposing f I Only minutes t OlIUon Grounds JFree Roalinlnr p a ro piaOL t lithe lo-w yjJetNraaOr Ls 11andPDnAmerlcan Exposition BUFFALOM- ay 1901d pecla1fealuree NIAGARA FALLS tw