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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL e ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KT 1 H YE RIVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 24 1900 9 A M V0 50 BRO BARNES EXPLAINS i Tho Blblo commands all who It to bo ready at all times to glvo reason for the hops that Is In them May I ask space In your papor for i simple statement of the reasons that Influence mo lu applying for membership In tho Christian Catholic church John Alexander Dowlo General Overseer There are threo classes with whom I have to do Wondering Christian friends 2 Puz zled sinner friend 3 Relentless en emies who claimIII told you 1- 0IIlut as wo oxpuctodlIeo whoro his orutlo courses havo landed him It Tho alack t alas t of tho INTERIOR JOUR NALIIlIntl up under tho M cute goryNaturally I shrank from another change In my church relationship I left the Presbyterian fold nearly 30 year ago bccauso I could neither preach nor believe I That a good God predestinated men to damoatlon 2 That n good God damned all the heathen and 3 That all men wore In an unrcgooorato state totally depraved Not stopping hero to notice a length that the Free church of Scot land cremo do la crcmo of ortho doxy lu 18W In General Assembly by a Declarative Letter to Its Pree byteries justified mu fully In repudi ating those three horrible doctrines I pass on to my 2d change In church re lationships Tbo Plymouth Brethren excluded mo after two years connection with them because I taught that tho great majority of Christians would Ira left to pas through the Great Trlbu latlun when tho llttla Hock will be caught up to meet the Lotto In tho air nell counted worthy to escape the thing coming to pass on the earth aud stand before the Son of Man tt Mr Darby then founderwhom I loved as Timothy loved Paul plead with me personally to abandon the notion as ho termed It but I sar It In ScrIp- ture and although It broke my heart to say him nay I withstood him to his face Then he begged mo not to preach It no that our fellowship might remain unbroken 1 answered that I was bound to preach what I believed This made tho broach Inevitable and was turned out Years after I Soloed the Oborch of England because I considered tbo lineal descendant of the Israollttsh Church in tbo Wilderness Of whloh I can not now speak particularlyIn mutatIon now that I am turning ny back on this last In turn I wish my cnodlil reader to notice that my present stand ls the logical outcome of pro exttting bullets I havo not changed lo my view of truth from tlrtt to last and lam l cartng tho reproach of many btanuio I adhere to the truth that caused my exclusion from the Plymouth Brethren I think that n quotation from n well known volume will eave a lot of writ tog and put tbs matter In nut shellI quote from Tho Approaching End of tho Aguby II Grattan Guin ness Hodder and StoughlOn 27 Pat ornceter How Lomou Pp 405 400 J The Christian church ua n wlinui 8 for Owl in the world has fabled like the Jewish nation and become apostate There Is a liula nook there Is a true church but lu members aro scat tered abroad and almost nvltlblu in the grant BabylooBut for the roil for tho vast profMilng body which bears the name of Christ It has not continued in the goodness of God It must be cut oil Tho professing church tins long been unworthy of the sacred name It boors Ills time It should ouaee to bold the Position It hUll so fearfully forfeited Instead of being the Instrument of spreading the truth of the gospel among men It U tho worst hindrance to their attaining thnt knowledge ofocl and ofUetua Christ whom He hits nltnOn whluli life eter nab Ilea like tho PhurUeoi of old it stands as tho grout oburuoUoanultlmr t entering itself Into tho kingdom nor Bullering those who would to enter In And so on for turning pirgos in tho same strata Now when one substitutes for professing uodytf1 tbu urofosilngi church Vlho phrijstjinjlohucichj foul orallttue tlatJelrt91 ldo what 1etiruitl meant such well known urdsas Gap list Motboaltt Presbyterian Church of England Congrogatlonnllst Plym outh Hrethren 3 the fearful nature of thcso cnustlo statements ib brought nearer homo It would bo well If nil would reailtho concluding rcraack of Mr QulnneuJtbook und ponder them Mr Guinness pareecutcimwIth Ir rational fury while I was preaching In East Loudon because our blmplo goo pol ot G I L A N E converted hl son his daughter his niece tho large majority of tho Theological studontB under hU euro and sccm dtpJbo sweep Ing that section oftho great city vhero his soli denying work lay IIo wruto u vigorous pamphlet ncnlnst mo denouncing my gospel In unmeasured terms I mention this because my full be lief in what this orthodox icache says above U my anawi r to thorn who do examine mo touoalng the atop I took on the 2 ith of July last Because I bullovo the signs of the times unmistakably Indicate that tbo time IB at hand of which Mr Guin taUccauso I believe that Christen laar creased In goods and have need ot nothing and knows not that she Is miserable and poonnnd blind and naked Is very soon to bo spewed outof tho Saviors mouth Pccauso to mo tho call from Scrip turo comes liko a peal of Apocalyptic thunder COME OUT OF llEit my peo ple lent yo bo partakers of her plaguesBecause I do not want to stand con nected with any association that Is to be spewed out of my Saviors mouth And because after u careful prayer ful survey of tho field TUB ONLY TIIINO IN SIGHT TIIAT STANDS THOU OLOIILY AlAUT KKOM TUB APOSTATE CHCUCHK8 18 Till CIIIUST1AN CATHOLIC CHURCH JOHN ALKXANUKK- DOWIK OENKKAL OVKItSEKIt Therefore I sought fellowship In that communion There uro no hard and fast rules that bar the way to fellowship there The obtjects theological beliefs beyond what all true Christians hold fast as funda mental are treated as nonessentials I await triune Immersion because I bellovo It apostolical But that docs not necessarily repudiate what my parI outs did for toe In Infancy I am nut required to do that Pull liberty is at lowed on all such points for fndivldlua conscience to work easily upon For the rest In nearly every particu lar I have no changes to make Tho threu fold salvation for Spirit Soul and lady I have long taught Jesus as Healer as well as Savior bo proclaimed to the ends of the earthThe foal restitution of all things has been a joyous belief for lo thews Itmany years Holiness to the LORDlike tbo engraving on the bells of the horses In a coming alob1 been ringing Its glad peals through my ministry for a quarter of a conturyIAll these I bind emphasized InI Zion As for the Mewqnger of the Cove nant1 his work LI his own No one can do It for hlu V6 may pray for him bold up his hand as Aaron and Hur the bands of MOde but that Is all lie trend the wine press alone all UII Master did before him He must I1nlbI tho work the LOUD has given HIM toI do Uo In called of God No manI takes SUCH A MINISTRY of himself And the reward Is to be his when thoI Mutter coinus to reckon with his lerI rants May ho reap au abundant oneI I thInk all who try to COiV John Al exander Dowlo will fall This has boon tho folly of followers of the great ualquchIIsclearly seen tbo feeblest child of God can help him Brethren Pray fo- rUshs cries as Paul did Ho knowilI the power of JlraorIPerhaps I bars written enough Alas for the church Alas for the world When both say peace andI safety then sadden destruction corn oth upon them It Thu coming AHMA OHDUON la casting Its baltolbc foro It but men will not see them It As in tho days of Lot so Is it now The sun was risen on the north as on other days when Iot entered I mr Tb erIAs in tb now Tbo lunatic who built a hugef vessel far from any water that lloal It entered the ark and the door was shut Up to that momentbuy- tog tailing planting building marry log wont on Not after Lot entered Lear Not after Noah entered the ark Oh t those hapless ones whit am MKAIMNO treasures In iho last days Tbqy will call oamGuutalna nail- rocks to hide them aouu 6h those gay pleasure seekers that stop mincingly and study personal adornment tbo end 01 lifo I see diem In Dldhuvefadbeituty fleeing to Inner chambers to hide themselves but lu vain O these cruel trusts that grind the faces of the poor They aro making Itoasy IQr thl wessengare or wrath tOlllUehtJfy jfthem fBlNp1 r1lnUnl v It U a gpcctQu mark of the ago lu which wo live And now in conclusion preach- Ing habls aro Inveterate while us one said of old It Is a small matter to be judged by others because the only ono who bAil u Ight to jtlilgo7a r Oto I ltavq t oughvit to glvej for what they may boworth the reasons why fhuvo taken thu stop I have I do not want my friends to draw busty and dontawant ntjy one to think of toe If II can help It Every man must give an account of himself to God And aj lnIILetuverf one be fully per suaded In his own mind AND THKN ACT Domino derlgo nos Ever in Jesus wBuo BARNES havenominatedrgovernor they can now manage to get Johnnie on uI taro he will smash every bottle j aud barrel In the Stiuo NEWS NOTES Jud James J OHara the oldest practitioner of the Kenton county bar la dead A combination of 30 planing mills has been formed at Chicago with capl till tock of 4000000 O P Elzey shot and killed Albert Webb In South Louisville ovo a COo load of kindling wood Tbo mayor ot Columbus Ga Bided with a shirtwaist man who was ejected from a theatre at that place Go v Deck ham has Issued a proclamation requesting that Monday Sept 3 bo observed as Labor Day Mrs John Suppleo of Owcnsboro killed bet baby and cut her own throat while deranged from typhoid lever Chicago will dedicate a new colllsc um 300x180 feet and capable of seating 10000 people during G A R week After being a fugitive for 10 years Thomas Ryan in a delirium at Mays ville revealed hia Identity and was tak en A Minnesota farmer driven to ties peration by domestic roubles killed Qia wife and four children and fatally wounded a fifth child A man who was refused service in a Chicago restaurant because he wore a shirt waist and no coat has sued the proprietor for 50000 damages Arthur Hamilton of Grant county committed suicide by placing the muz zlo of n shotgun against his breast and pulling tbo trigger with his too Gov Gocbel will which was writ ten In 1RSO and which bequeaths all of his property to his brother Arthur Goebel was probated In the Kenton county court Tuesday At the various rendezvous along lha line of tbo G A R march in Chicago 60000 sandwiches will bo distributed so that the old fellows can refresh themselves with nourishment Judge Cantrlll being satisfied that Henry Youieey was not well enough to stand his trial continued his case tillI the next term Combs Whlltakerand Davis were granted ball In 3000 each Mrs W A Bryson is dead In Coving ton aged 75 The late Gov Goebel made his home with her for ovnr 12I years and they wore deeply attached to each other When the news of his assassination reached her she was prostrated and never fully recovered from the terrible shock An Inspection of the record In the executive otllco at Frankfurt fully cor roborates tho statement made by Attorney Campbell in the Powers trial at Georgetown that over 200 mon who had taken human life were pardoned during the four years of Gov Urad leys administration The exact number of these pardons Is 220 A MINISTERS jUDO WOKK I hid a Mjveie attack of bilious colic got a Iwttle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doste and wait entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the otrret was sick for over a week had two or three bottles qf medicine froth the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for sonic drays and gave Mm no relief discharg ed him I tfeut over to ten him next morning lie said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they hud been running oirso Ipng that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and lie said No I went home and brought him my bottle anil gave him one told him to tako another doss in fifteen or twenty minutes if ho did not find relief but ho took no more and wasI entirely cured I think it the best medi cinu I have ever tried For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Monon cute Tickets willI be sold by the Monon route from Lou isville Ky to points lu Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho IowaI Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne braska New Mexico Notth Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin and W outing at ono llrdtcliiss faro plus 82 rurI the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 IT Aug 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov- 20 and Dec 410 limited returning 2L days Prospecting parties and tour lets will bo furnished with schedule and further information by addressing E H Bacon DUtrlct Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky THAT THRODBIIia HEADACHE YViM iiulrkly bare If you iiml Dr King- sNwltt ThauMDiUoltuRrrrn hINtml tlielr uintclilmii mrrlt fur Sick loll zcnou KnuUclio They nuke lilowl and lining nsrraanabuudupyour health to y to take Money hack If not enrol hold bjr Penny l ruglsl G A R to Chicago areturn Tho Oril D roundtrip rate to Chicago and return on account of the G A IL National Encampment from Cincinnati Vlll bo SO Ticketa on sale Aug lath to 29th Inclusive good returning tot Aug 31st without rcstamping Tickets can be extended to Sept 30th upon PUt moot of GOc additional Special train for K odelegates to Detroit On Sunday Aug 20th tboIC H ft D Ry will run a special K P train for tho Kentucky delegates leaving Cincinnati at 11 AI Round- trip rate 8730 from Cincinnati Halt faro from all Kentucky loln18IIA lame Bbouldcrls rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a tow applications of Chamber Itlnn Pain Hahn For salo by Craig k Rocker Druggists I MT VERNON William Maret a respected darksy and a fine stonemason Is allllcled with consumption at his homo In Lowell The examination for free scholar ships In tbo Mt Vernon Collegiate In stitute will bo conducted at the college Saturday beginning at 0 A M We find cm the motto that appears on our telephone companys sta tionery It means when you ask for a person they will find em for you The Bastln lines of telephone were the Oral by from one to two hours to announce the result of the Powers trial to nearly all points in four counties M Hartz railroad agent at Marota burg has been very III Dr Isaacs of Woodstock ports several cases of ty pqold fever and other sickness in his locality Ono of our townsmen woe appointed a delegate by tbo democrats to the Lexington conventions Tbo republicans did the same for him to the Richmond convention Tbo opposition Is claiming from 1000 to 1200 majority In Rockcastlo for Wil hams While ho will no doubt carry his partys strength and a little the rise it can be nothing like tbo number they are claiming Bruce Richardson who was killed in Nebraska Sunday met his death at the hands of a strolling musician who had been ejected from Richardsons place of busln6is The burial took place at Bcrea on Wednesday Mlta Ella Joplin camo from her school In tho country and spent Satur day and Sunday with the bomefolks Mrs Jones who has boon with her father Mr J J Williams during his last illness and little daughters Zula and Fannie returned to their homo In Mlddlcsboro Wednesday Dick Boulwaro was over from Kings ton to attend the burial of his uncle J J Williams Judge ItG Williams mother and sister havo returned from months stay at Mallory Springs Wo lore pleased to know that the judge is much improved In health Mrs John Carter And grand children of Danville are visiting relatives In this county Clarence Colemans letters aro the most Interesting we see from the far East Mrs L B Adams wcotto Paint Lick yesterday to see her nlccoj Mist Gallic Adams who Is very of typhoid fever Miss Dolora Brown of Texas who has been two months with relatives here has gone to visit friends In Parks rub Miss 41711 Thompson Is visiting her ciiunln Miss Lllllo Thompson In Lancaster Miss Bessie McCluro has been In the country visiting her cous in Mist Maymiu Ferguson Mrs Helen Brooks of Paris la with her parent Mr and Mrs James Joplin Mr and Mrs J W Brown attended the funeral of William Fish at Willie Monday Miss Fannie Thompson returned to her home In Preaohersvllle today taking with her her cousin Miss Annie Thompson KINGSVILLE Tecumeeh Waters who was stabbed by Frank Moore of South Fork is Improving Moore is still at largo Little Misses Sallie and Agues Moore of Danville hare been visiting relatives hero Mrs J M McCarty has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Jesse Hukel at Lexington So many from here attended the Lex ington fair that we are afraid It would tatto too much space to ropntlon their names Sulllce It to say teat all tbo elite went and some who are not so eliteEverything is in readiness for the G A R reunion at Woodland Park Some ono asked If there would bo any matt during those three days we told them certainly not and no trains except the excursions Tom Alford who has become dement Is said to be improving He Is or was an inveterate smoker and that in connection with the Intense heat Is pronounced by his physicians the cause of bis insanity If you have n fittheo house you willwish to know the best fay to check any unusual too et ss of tho bowels or dlarrboea so common to small children 0 PM Ilolliday of Doming Ind who has tin eleven months old cliid says Through the months of June and July mir baby was teething and took a running old of the bowels and sickness of the stunt flch His bowels would move from live to eight tunes n tiny I had a bottle of Chamberlains olio Oiiolorii and Oiar rhoea Remedy in the Bodies and gave him foufdrops in a teaspoonful of water and he got butter at once For sale by Craie llocker Druggists Eighth distrIct republicans pledge their lives and theft fortunes to Yor kea but strangely neglect to till out the famous phrase by pledging their sacred honor too Are the Eighth dIs- trict republicans shy on tho last named possession or la their failure to mention It only a part of the National re publican policy to avoid the spirit nnd language of tho declaration of Indo pentJ nco as they would poisonLou isville flmellIWill often caueahorrible Dura Sethi Cut art Drulw Ilucklent Arnica Salre the lit In the world will kill the pain sea promptly heal it Cures Old Sore Fever ort Ulwn lieu Felon Corns nit Skin Eruption ned Illa euro on rash Only W cm a bas euro jiKruuiocil lId by 1VUDJ DruggUl LANCASTER Cooper L COB United Railroad Shows will exhibit hero Friday Aug 31 J L Warner Is Improving In health Judge W E Walker s still confined to hia room Tho grand Jury has returned 11 In dlctments most of which are for mis demeanorsWe en Ice famine for a few days But the supply now exceeds tbo de mand T S ElkIn and H B Northcutl having made arrangements for a sufficient quantity Mr Thomas Stone sold to J B Parka 20 hogs averaging 84 pounds at Gc Burneldo fc Leavel sold 100 feed ers to John D Harris at 4Jc to be de livered Oct 25 also f 0 heifers at 3c Judge Burnsldo and the magistrates sold 15 acres of the poorhouse farm to H C Arnold at 830 and bought of J M HIatt 35 acres at e35 This makes the farm square and It la one of the best In the county containing 100 acresThe following are visiting attorneys John T Shelby Lexington Walker Hines Louisville J B Paxton J S Owsley Jr R C Warren J W Al corn Stanford and E V Puryear Cbas H Rhodes and Robert Harding DanvilleMr E Robinson has been notified that Hon G G Gilbert will bo here next Monday to assist him in organizing a democratic club and to make a speech at the court house All good democrats lovers of good government and all those who oppose assaslnatlon are Invited torn present Tho case of Henry Hughes admin istrator against the L N for 30000 damages la being tried at this writing and much interest Is manifested It will be remembered that a tralojdlled Henry Hughes on July 29 Messr Robert Harding R H Tomlinson and G B Swinebroad represent the plain till and John T Shelby and Louis L Walker the defendant John Stodghlll colored got 10 days and a flne of 950 for carrying concealed weapons Andrew Duncan wag real judged an Idiot In a case of tbo L t N railroad for unjust discrimination a motion to dismiss the indictment was Oweleycomoromised road for 1100 The road had filed to block the switches or frogs as requlr ed by law Through their attorney Capt Herndon Messrs HIzer and Ba ker two traveling men got judgment for 3000 each against F B Fiesta ger former manager of the Garrard Hotel for also arrest Circuit court convened Monday with all tbo oOlcera and attorneys on hand to assist in dispensing justice Judge Saulley delivered an elaborate and learned charge to the grand jury In strutting them as to their duties Iq every Instance and fully defining the dif ferent kInds of otTensca He truthfully said that the members of the jury should have personal and moral cour age in order to discharge their duties faithfully There Is not a murder case on the docket and but few others of Im portance Tbo following compose the grand jury C A Arnold foremar T S Moore Isaac Hamilton J S Henderson J T Miller R E nro le- T A Elkln Joo Rogers J M Hlatt B L Kelly Albert Huffman R C Hamilton The petit jury Is composed ot the following R Boyle J A Bak er J G Burnslde M D Hughes J A Doty Thomas Thompson J F Gal labor J B Bourne Wm Creech Her od Ray J n Teats Soo t Lane T J Hatucher T L YantU Wm Wan W B Mow T W Bradshaw P G Warner Tom Wherrltt J B Collier J U Arnold J M Ftirra Wm Shc gars and Wm Simpson SO to andreturn Monon Route Account 31th National Encamp ment G A R tbo Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return from Aug 25 to 20 Inclus lye at 90 Tickets will be good returning until Aug 31 Upon payment of 50 cents In Chicago limit of tickets will hi extended to Sept 30 The rate from nil point in Kentucky will be lu pot mile froth starting point to LouU vlllo and return with 90 added For full particulars map time schedule etc confer with local agent or addrttfcs a H Bacon district passenrer agent Louisville 85 excursion to Macklnac from Cin cinnati Tuesday Sopt 4th Tho mo t excursion North each season is undoubtedly the C H ft D Ry and D C Steamer trip toMacklnau Island The delights of a steamer trip Over the cool waters of the lakes and u 10day relief from the heat are eagerly looked forward to by hundreds Get full pat tlculura from anv railway agent A NI3HT OF TERROR Awlul anxiety vai Ml for the widow or the liraro General Iliirnlimii of Michlat Me whe- nthetoctonMLlabeconbinot lire till niornln attended her tint fearful titeht Ail thought thainmt noon tile faun 1DfUiuonla but oho lisrcf J lor Dr Kliun dew Dl try Mylnj It had more than once tavnl her hatl cureil her of ContuniDtlun After three mall doses I Ire dept easily olght toil Its further u completfly curl tier l hl imirrel out meillolne U guiranteeit to cur all Throat Chat and UinzdlwosM OolyJOcaud II Trial oolllu free at teenys drug store what most people want S something mild find gentle when in need of a phys ic Cftamberlaln8 Stomach and Liver Tablets flll the bill to a dot They are- east in take nml paint1n rficct For sale by Craig dicker Druggists S1OO Choice of any Straw Hat in our house at 1 This includes 2 and 3 grades See our window for bargains in Shoes Clothing at big reductions IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co JAMES FRYE Hustonville Ky Nice eDr Goods 11ollons The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys Linen and Light Weight Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices I will ho glad to furnish you any day in the year suitable goods itBottoru Price iYou Should Get SicH Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky e i We use only the best medicinest Trusses I c Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able Craig Hacker Stanford tllt 3 IEi Ilm9m99ii NjA C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and g guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work- manship8 and material as will be attest 2 ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatg I carry a full stock of DoDrs Sash 2 Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc g I will duplicate any pricesjoffered nerc GlotbingAt lInd Close Out Now Is Your ChanceD To Out CAr alns In The Abovo ins r iry Geo H Farris Co i tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL r STANFORD KYr Arc 24 19001 w P WALTON H pE14OCIRRTIC rICIET For Pntidmt WILLIAM JEmiXGS BRYAN- 0iYetnufo i y Fur cePritttttnt ADLAl E STEMXSOX 0Ilitno For Governor J C W IJjc KIlIJ1 OjXtlm For Conyrtu 1 GEORGE G GILBERT Or Shelby IN THE ALLEGHENIES WHITE SOLPHUU SPRINGS Aug 22 This greatest waterlog place In tho South is at the hclghtl of no unusually successful season and Its capacity fort 2000 or more guests is fully taxed P oplo are hpp from all parts of the 1ountry but principally from the North way they put on style and spend money would indicate that they have the latter to throw at the birds but you cant always sometimes tell There are some people foolish enough to stint themselves the rest of the year after working like dogs to show ott here a month or loss time but I learn that the majority of those who arc pay ing big prices and stay here can really afford It Nature bat done a great dea- for the place and man the rest till It Is the loveliest spot In my knowledge The main hotel which covers two acres of ground Is situated At the brow of a natural amphitheatre made by hills around which and higher up are hand a some cottages named for the most part l for the States The spring which the strongest and most unpalatable sulphur I have ever drank Is situated j1ome distance from the hotel down the eamo hollow and smells so strongly f like decayed eggs as to be absolutely repulsive U the olfactories Ills said to be a panacea for some diseases but those who come here to drink It are hopelessly In the minority Neither the tare nor the accommodations era as firstclass as the charges which are 84 a day and up meals and lodging extra It is hardly so bad as that tho you do have to pay for something nearly every time you turn around Kentuckians and others food of imbibing will doubtless shun the place when I tell them that I r have been Informed by those who have investigated that tbo cheapest drink Is25c 0I have spent a week or two sitting around summer resotu doing nothing and it has been really as much punish p ment as pleasure An old codger like myself who doesnt know any thing r but hard exacting treadmill work soon tires of Idleness but I try to convince myself that I am having a hal j cyon and vociferous time It Is an uphill job though and having set our faces It homeward we may be expected home I 0 atany time Three weeks makes a longer vacation than I over took before fn my life and I could not have con tented myself to take that much time oft except that my family Is with meI and my physical condition was such as f to require a surcease from labor 0Among the many pleaaaat people I met at the Cold was Rev Dr H W Battle son of Gen Battle pastor of Abe First Baptist church at Peters JJbugooe of the most prominent dlvlces of his church and wellknown in Lou isville where hu attended the South v era Theological Seminary He is so thin be hardly casts a shadow but would be considered a fat man along rside dear old Ed Logan WlUlams in palmiest days What he lacks In corp 1r08lty however be make up In tgood humor wit and wisdom and is a tnost able gentleman Besides be is a dead game sport and a devotee of all out door exercises He is considered one of the finest shuts in Virginia can spin on a bicycle like an expert and tbe other morning be and Dr Hawt thorne of Richmond another dlstlne gulshed Baptist preacher went out at 4 oclock and returned abu 0 j r with two foxes or two more than Col Bill has ever caught in the quar terut a century that we have I 1 go out almost nightly to huntt t jthem As a fisherman too the doctor t a glittering success Tuesday he t went to the Cow Pasture river tbatI the Indians used to call the watoola and brought back enougho black bass and mountain trout i the gueUs a delightful taste It is retfreshing to meet such a preacher one whose life exemplifies the assurance that religion never was designed tolmake our pleasures less who gets xthe good out of life and dozsnt go 1 around with a Hark from the tomb voice and the air so fully described in a good old Methodist hymn His thoughts on awful subjects rolled dam nation and the dead The only Ken tuoklans there besides my layout were Mrs Judge QQ Quigley of Paducah and the fine looking Misses Anniebcl I and Jennie Scetfrce of Versailles 0i If I had the time and the paper bad the space I might tell you of many oth er people who added to the L of our stay at the Cold cDjoyment1t the guests were as blz t Steve Myers used to read atcommence mente distinguished and most dlstln t gulshed There were oxgovernora nIot bro her of U S Senator Martin Con I eretaman Legislators and suvcral not- edpreachere while the rejes of t n U 1 1jiIoiir o great men were as tblck ns leaves in Vallnmbrosa One Mr Thomas Jef arson claimed distant relationship with the great Thomas Jefferson who wrote the declaration of independence held one term as governor of Virginia ono as vice president of tho United Stales and two as president besides oundlng the University of Virginia tbe most noted Institution of tho kind to the country Mr John AddIson of Richmond Is a lineal descendant of the poet of that uatno and as fine n gentle man as the old Stato affords with a landsotna und excellent wife who Is a flu companion to such a nobleman by na ture Than the head cook held a similar pOiltlon orflho Battleship New York and pne of the chambermaids Is gald to have been an attracho of the White House So you see wo arc dead in It Of the many pretty girls Miss Sollle Duonlu ton the daughter of a rich tobacconist at Rarmdale Is the most notable Sho Is a petite blonde with laughing eyes dimpled checKs pearly tooth and a smile so winsome that It melts the marrow in the bones of men oven as old and us much mar rfbd as myself Of course she is engag cdlt but that doesnt keep too boys away Indeed they swarm about her like bees and she has a bewitching smile for each Miss Lula St John of Washington was another of the beau ties why would shine even in a Ken lucky stiuuty show while Misses Helen Camp of Richmond and Helen Kern tree of Albemarle would attract at tention anywhere and there are nth ers 0Sojourning at the Cold wore two mighty good friends of Mr Bedell Chancellor Their names are T P and H L Wallace and they live in Fredericksburg I found them to be 1exceedingly affable and well posted gentlemen on matters In general and on Mr Chancellor In particular of whom they related some amusing sto rips and which we may tell unless he pays us big hush money The Wal laces are democrats after my own heart Mr H L is over 64 and never scratch ed a ticket and It is told of him that on one occasion while be was asleep some friends who thought to test his fi delity tried to arouse him by saying Wake up Mr Wallace the democrats have nominated the devil for gover oor1t Without opening his eyes and apparently not awakening from his slumbers he replied All right tell em Ill be on the stump for him tomorrow 0IfIn Richmond I visited the noted Monumental church built on the site of tbe theatre which was burne1 In 1803 together with 73 of those who were attending a performance includ Inn the States chief executive Gov Smith This church rose from Its ash es and was dedicated in 1805 and al though its original appearance has been changed by renovations It is still very unique and interesting It is cy lindrical in shape and does not much resemble the later day church archi tecture In front of tho entrance and under a dome is a marble urn contain log the ashes of the unfortunates who lost their lives on tbe spot with their names cut therein A Richmond lady lit Cold Sulphur told me of a pathetic legend of the great holocaust A young lover who bad had a dream which re vealed to him the awful catastrophe Insisted that his sweetheart should not attend too performance that night but she attributed his objections to jean ousy because she was going with an other admirer and declined his request Tilled with farbodlnds the anxious man paced his room and when be beard the fatal fire bells rushed to the scene forcing his way through the strug gling and panic stricken ma s of hu manity he reached his loved ones side and gathering her in his arms succeeded In reaching awlndowHe was seen at It with his precious burden attempt log to force it open but as be did so tbe timbers gave way beneath him aud be sank with her for whom he bad seethlngcrackIIIn 0 There are 2500 or more Confederate soldiers burled In and around Rich mood a large number of them In Hol lywood where a tall monument built of roughly quarried granite stand guard over them It was construct by private subscription and is In tbeI 11theumn of living green At Its base tbeC dead from Gettysburg and many other fields are burled each marked a simple stone and many with nothing to show who tbe brave fellow was who gave his life for his country Near the monument is one erected to Keraper and not far distant anther marks the spot where tbe gallant Gen J E B Stuart who was killed In at Yellow Tavern near the city and who was a major general at tbe e of 31 sleeps alter a short but brllI iant career Others who made 1mI perishable fame on battle fields alsoC llo In this- Fames etenal camping ground Where there silent tents are spreadj And glory guards with solemn rouodI The bivouac of tbe dead 0Burled away out here in the moun abs the news from the outside world comes exasperatingly slow Newspapers from both too East and West do not net hero till they are a day old and bour11AIConsidering everything the vcr is highly satisfactory though death for the heinous crime so fully proven against him and tbe other tool conspirators would have been more In keeping with tbe Justice of the case It will sul1lce however and when be Iltoohlel iII 100 r ijI assassination of the greatest man Kfcn Mucky has produced In halfa century In18tlt1tloogun as Col Welch puts it will have received such a black eye cant It wilt be resorted to no more in this day and generation There Is now no ground upon which Gov Mount can longer re fuse to surrender the ignominious Taylor and unless bo takes delight In per juring himself ho will be forced to let him bo returned to face a jury of his peers and get the punishment ho eo richly deserves and which has been too long delayed With a conspiracy bo overwhelmingly proven and the trial hUIIera only chance for escaping the pun- Ishment meted out to him Is In execu tive clemency Mr Yorkes has failed to deny or aillrm that ho will pardon the convicts although courteously re quested to do so by this paper but ns he was nominated on a platform en doming Taylor and the other olllcors and It la known that he sympathizes with Taylor at least It Is safe to as sume that if ho Is elected his first act will be to sign pardons for the men con victed of the roost diabolical crime ev er concocted and carried out tn a civil lard country It therefore behoves democrats of all shades of opinion to ret together and see that Mr Ycrkes Is given no chance to pardon the prln clpals or accessories to the crime that makes the blood of every true man and long to see Its perpetrators appr priately punished What was believed before Is now a proven fact and doubt tog Thomases can no longer put up ex cases for the conspirators convicted and accused The conspiracy of lead log republicans to get Goebel out of the way is no longer problematical and the democrat who dallies now Is a das tard Tbe extra session of the Legis lature will doubtless make the electron law acceptable to those who only desire fairness and remote the last prop from any democrat seeking an excuse to bolt and none will except those who are joined to their new Idols and prefer to- go to the bad We can and must elect overnmentIa may seek his rights under the constitu tlon without belag put In danger oft bullet of an assassin Let us remember Goebol and stamp under the roos tel 0I harms been at the White long enough to ret all the bearings of tb changes that have been wrought sine I was here before or to Und out who here and I suspect I will have to leave before t do Making such investiga tions at 112 to 315 a day is rather a costly performance especially for a man who hoe to follow the Biblical Injunction to earn his living by the sweat of his brow and I shall have to forego it or be compelled to walk homo My readers If happily I have any left will rejoice to know chit this closes my epistolary efforts for the present If I have succeeded in etthei1 amusing In teresting or Instructing even a single of the 15000 readers that the paper ha before I began the onslaught I more m than repaid God ba with you till we meet again W P W ExGov BOCTWELL of Massachusetts says that he helped to create tbe republican party and will now do all In his power to destroy It his to be hop ed that many years of strength may b added to the old mans life that he may succeed In the herculean task of de straying this curse which he helped to bring on his country LAWYER CAMPBELL like old Ben Butler has been accused by his adver arles of everything except being aI fool If what they say of him Is true It is only another proof of the old adage that it takes a scoundrel to catch a scoundrel IIT Is now clear why tbe various Brown officers refused to recognize tbee democratic oRlclals by reporting to tbej treasurerIfairs GEN GORDON In a card gracefully reprimands those who object to joint reunions of the blue and gray and his attending the G A R meeting in Chicago The war has been over nlKhI to 40 years so let us have peaceI McKlNtEY will have no bodyguards to protect him from anarchists at the G A R meeting In Chicago The dose administered to these vermin in that city a few years back has bad very quieting effect on them THE assassination organs are raging and Imagining vain things over the conviction of Caleb Powers Nothing short of turning over to Goebel1 murderer the 100000 reward fund will ever satisfy tbem PAUL DUNUAH the Negro poet was sandbagged and robbed in a New York saloon Whether It wItS his poetry or wealth that caused the assault the report calla to say but it must have been tbe poetry BRYAN Is now the nomlpee of tbe democratic populist and silver parties The republicans had as well tall In and make it unanimous and save the mortl fication of a Waterloo In November RECENT developments clearly show that if tbe republicans had remained tn charge another term the State would have been compelled to take the benefit of the bankrupt law McKiNLEYs letter of acceptance will contain 10000 words Ho Is evi dently a man of wordslf not of deeds f i liiWlOJ K iiiv THE republicans are making merry because Gov Beckham declines to meat Mr Ycrkcs In joint debate on the ground that bo cant spare tbo tlmo Itfrom the duties which the people have elected him and pay him to perform In the opinion of tho republicans the only duty required of a public olllolal Is to draw his salary and leave the perform ante of his duties to sclera just like Mr Yarkos who Is paid a small for tune to run tbo otllco of collector la doing We can ussuro tho tulrthuiak ors that tho refusal Is not actuated byty nay four of Mr Ycrkcs for Coy Beck ham pursued too samo courso when a candidate for too nomination and ho knows nod everybody else knows that If ho should moot Mr Tarkaeha would only have to oak him a lour questions to cause him to take to tho woods TilE New York Times in the makeup of a recent Issue Inadvertently played a joke on Itself An article prl raarlly Intended to condemn the con viction of Powers but digressing to churgi Kcntuckians with every crime in the hold them up as cataloguederision objects Is followed by a lung and lumo one attempting to dis prove the churgo that Now York stead a the head of tho list in the num ber of murders Tbo old tight of t4 beam on too mote will never cease THE cunsta pluiloaotshullaovoh- Ie lend by the press has caused Teddy Roosevelt to rush Into print with an ex- planatIon of what ho said about demo 1crate in his St Paul speech but the originooenemy writ too several books and as he has now reached the newspaper card stage we will soon have him in a hotter box than Sao Juan hill IT was altogether unnecessary for Caleb Powers to notify the public In a card that ho was disgusted with every thing pertaining to the trial In w4lc he was convicted Tha public has fora long time been Impressed with the fat by painful objed lessons std otherwise that Caleb has a profound contempt for everything pertaining to law and Its enforcement ONE of the grounds urged by Yout soy for a continuance of hie case wai the absence of witnesses W S tad Charles Finley If it Is continued until the presence of these witnesses ts obtained by ordinary court processthat little eclair of Youtseys befpre the Georgetown court will have to be wound up by his executor cared laere His effort to pose as a martyr at the expense of the courts of justice Is disgusting to those who read the tes tlmony and know how guilty he was proven TVllEX It comes to canny Scotchmen Bryan will have In Andrew Carneglo a lieutenant who Is the superior In every particular of McKlnleys commander inchief Mark Hanna THE republicans anxious to divert tbo attack from the weakest spot in their armor are greatly annoyed bed cause ilryan Is discussing Imperialism Instead of free allve- rPOLrITIC Hon G G Gilbert opened hit cam paign In a splendid speech at Law renceburp T 0 Detraree was beaten for State chairman of the prohibition party b eDr Smith of Henderson Gov Beckham will formally open his campaign with a speech at Henderson on Sept 3 ExGuv McCreary will bo heard at the same time W H Sweeney told the Courier Journal that the same speakers will slump the State for Yerkes thfa yce that spoke for Brown and Taylor last Tao democratic campaign In Mis souri was opened at Sedalla Tuesday with speeches by Adlal E Stevenson land A M Dockery The crowd was the largest ever seen at Sedalla Hon John D White woo as an In dependent republican has made It warm republican nominees In the 11th district was nominated by acclamation for governor by tho prohibitionists They wanted him to swear allegiance to the party for Rood and all but the crested jayhawker would only promise four years of party service Omaha Neb Is the first city In the th census to show a decrease In pop ulatlon Tbe count shows 102635 The population In 1890 was 11U4- 62BLUEGRASS SEED I hare for uleSoyrallluadrNlJuh of good BlueUruiStcJ J before jou buy IwQUUpNNJlraaLa- r1rWanted To Rent A good Farm containing from 150 to MO acres Address AnvcxTiscn Lancas ter Ky PRUITTBROS MOUELAND KV tOE ICEFurniture Undertaking Good and Livery Wo have a now line of Trunks Telescopes Iron lied IMcture Frames Fancy Pictures In chain trainee Brodlieal Fair Aug 29 30 31 Persons desiring to go the Brodboad Fair goInRoad Has Been RepairedF- rom Crab Orchard to Brodhead and it is only seven miles GUS McCORMACBI Is a candidate for Aeevser ot Lincoln coon subject to tho action of tho democratic t party GEO A EUHANKSI- s n oondldnte for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democratic party JAMES T JONES Is n oamlldatc for Jailer nf Lincoln county subject to tho nation of the domooratle par Wai LANDGRAPI- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action TIIALES H WRIGHT U a cnndldtite for AMCMOF of Lincoln coon tyubjeat to tho action of the dcmocrutlc petty DINK FARMER is a candidate far Jailor subject to tho no thin of the democratic patty Ho notlciu your support JOHN C PEPPJLES- It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Coukty subject to tho action of till democratic par ty our support II solicited IFor Sale Or Trade r Two Mo t nirdMll CloTtr Huller 2 yean oM One Champion Ituek Crusher one pony Saw Sill llrennan A Ooa mate tOt at new one It hOrM owetltubrtractioneuglne eve ow one f10torf t Nr Tcraimib W J DrUAVN 114ryrllle Ly TWO FARMS FOR SALE listing derided to thing mr rontlon I will 1I1rlulIU Urn on which lire 14 ul a mill front Crab Onbtd Kjp Thl firm U Hot Lana lncoo1 iut tltiutlon cm ol rltn bottom hnil thUU lIae torn inJ meadow Unit dance Ill tern li upland toil well mliptrd tomwhrat blue iraN sad all other crolw A britk dwelling ifs rooms led cellar a wrll 1Iodhl Irmtont water at the door two goal Unriuent oulhulWleh p o slatwarmakethisthenutdelrsble tang la countytt100 atm ti mile hOlD Crab OrchardAyonLincutentreetopyvrhe lb t mom Crab Orchard Spring All gins wltb a large itork tarn and an abundant ot water with oaeof the Onet building site In the neighbor hood AIM a nice collage In Hlanlonl Ky on Lantai tr street with a1 cistern attached tot Iurtb particular oil on or afdreu II I1KOJ AU1 II Crab Orchard Kjr rOLD MOCK WHISKY Ocorgo O Weatherford lass a contract for FULL Coxriiot AD SLt of Old Mock Whit kr In Hustourllle KY U 0 MOCK Danville Ky FOX LOGANr LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Honei and Malta constantly on hand an for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager JI We PARKHILL MaD HOMEOPATHIC PEISIMAl Dr Parkhlll has had years experience In the general practice of an omen hla service to the public of Stanford nnd vicinity Special attention pi run to chronic eases Ulllce o 11101 lie Court llouie over Ilcaxley IlroV Livery Stable Ofllce hours from to S r SALE OF LAND AND STOCK lDonIrrtoiHfIil ntate of the late Mn pretae1900Ylist firm containing = = AC === Of iron bluegrass lanil well Ituproreil with brick bouwufMTcn ruout wrll uprtag garden orchard tic TKKM Half rath tulaar la months with Interest IViuniUn ilrvn aianon u urwiareroiii rpilaf with MIM lives I wilt HU wine llorin ana Cows Sale at It sharp C II SIWLETON Admr ME Soc ANO WI TATE AT AUCTION hlghfatbllder Monday Sept zotli 19001 County Court day In Stanford 30 or 40 shares of Lincoln County National Rank Stock my 0 Uoom liiNldence In Rowland Kywith good burn and other outbuildings and a Sloru house In Rowland Kv SSxtW II feet high and two stories A apleadld lo cation 1osMMlon given at once Cull If wish to see the or write If you descrlplionTCHMS balance in one and twu year ISAAC l1ASIiLTONltowlund Ky PUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB On Wednesday dug 29 1900 At 10 oclock we will sell to the highest bidder at the residence Castle Cobb farm the late Name of Richard Cobb de ceased Bald turmcoutalnla- gABOUT 300 ACRES Of tho fluent and beat watered blue grass land In Kentucky It U situated on the water ot the Hanging Fork In Lincoln county Kvonthe Stanford i Mllledgo vllle turnpike four miles from Stanford and U connected with Dnnvlllo and all sot rounding town with turnpike roads It la convenient to Cincinnati Southern and L a N Uallroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church conve niences The residence it a goofl frame dwelling of rooms and two attics two large barns cribs stock scales Icu boU9 and all other necessary outbuildings also a splendid young orchard In bharlng Farm Is well and the portion of It In blue grass for a number of yearn The land accordingtowill bu sold about 25 acres of Inobland and Bomo personalty lllchurd Oohb Jr near Danville Ky or Mr Kenley Trlbblo on the promises bo glad to show anybody the place who may desire to see It made known on sale Iosscsslon for seeding will bagran as soon ss prnctl- cublo and full possession Jealst1001T- IiOMAB PUELPS RICH AUU conn ju- Executors I 0 4 t GOES It must go vro cannot and will not carry over any thing In Summer Goods We have only a few weeks loft to dispose of them but wo will pay ton lo help us For every dollar in value that goes out of our house wo only expect to receive 76o in compensation Read below nod wo if you dont think wo mean every word wo sny Domestics and Dress Goods 44 Brown heetlngn tie 4cDenham1a I1S 3jcA7JCSuperb33c for 12jc HEAVY DRESS GOODS 9jcllrightTinted ollrctt In overplntil Gonlc Suitings only 16c Double width fast black Henrietta only 16c READYTOWEAR GARMENTSaMcnii Linen colts only G2c Boys Linen colA only jsc- Mens blue collonnile pants 30c- Mens Alpaca coats as low 11M Me Jloyi1 lOc Notions and Furnishings2 Boxes wire hairpirn N5c3 1apera brass pins 60 jico edge or hemstitched embroidered corner handkerchiefs Oc All Shlrtwaltu pet tkU week for 39c Suit of Mens 111brl al underwear MtileMens cane silk bow Ties for standing or turndown cellars lOc Mtnt tau black or white toot llouo worth 20c only 90 Itena wtllle silk boom Shirt go for 4So glens colored Shirts awl 2 collars 60c- Mens patent elastic seam Drawers worth 75c go for only 4C Mens good working Sblrts lIgbt or dark In color 25c btonelsuntlrfnf llrtasEhrte m e lBc BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES Childrens all leather good quality school Shoe 45o Ladles handsome turned solo slippers Xo 3 only 3tc All sizes Ladies tan or black OxfordsM 4Sc All site Lndlrs coin toe patent Up button toot 03c lonIOIIIIcalflaco or Congrcaa shoos worth 12 60 this week for only1 4So Louisville Stare SKLINGER BROS PRORS T D RAt t MGR dI GLEANUP On SALE Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers If you went Bargains see our BAItd AIN COUNTER W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky e 10 B0WIIOIBEBTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made TryI Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully tilled day or night Patent fodcne of almost every kind Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Books of every description j Ofllce Long Distance Telephone I We Want t YOUR TRADE And we intend to get it It Stylish and Good Goods at Low Prices will do It Our Fall Clothin And Shoes Have been received and we Invite you to call and see what stylish goods we have to show you mud howjlow we will sell them Clothing ForAll For Classes Dont forget about those Douglas Shoes the best on earth Cunminsi McClary t Ja Aa ALLEN a CO 1 Oontractors And BuildersSTANFORD KY A Have now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pino Flooring Cel11agDoors rSash Blinds of Dresaod and Hough Lumber Bhlngles mad dteel Itooflng cust 1oit Jcc We make estimates oar any klqd of work wanted Utllce opposite Dr L ll Cooks i THE INTERIOR JOURNAl STANFORD Ky Auo 24 1900 E0 WALTON ItoaiNnaa MAXAGUK TUB bout material combined wit i caroleklll and accuracy Insure goo are ever used In our proscription work PennI t Drug Store PERSONALS RRV W AL BKITP quite sick Mtt AND MRS J E Lluuca aro a t Dripping Springs QIVOIUIK IHKLiS of MadUonU with Dr Cllfton7owlcrI with the homufolke- Mu J A ALLEN wont to Loulsylllo this morning to buy lumbar Mite SUSAN UAUIUS of Paducah la vUltlng Mn H K Warren Miss SADIB STAOO Is visiting Mrs J T Bobon neat KldJs Store Mils WILLIAM HAMILTON Is back from a delightful trip to Canada Miss ANNA GOVEn loft yesterday to visit Mrs J D StoulTor at Richmond MISSK8 LOUIS AND KVELYN BART LAND are visiting relative In Louis vlllo A M KINO of w Wlncbeslcrhas bee the guest of his mother Mrs Virginia King Miss Mouit PKYTON of Louisville U hero under Dr J F Peytons treat Inn et MRS J A ALIEN and Miss Dora Btraub ieavo today for Tathams Springs MKSDAMHS L J UAUKIS M E Lord and Bessie Saunders returned to Lou Isvlllo yesterday MISS ANN It BltONAUOH ENOLF IAN Is back from a delightful visit to rela tires In Lexington JAMES It BKAZLBY and wife have moved to Mr Fannlo Dunns property on Danville street JUDOK II W RIVES of Lebanon I visiting tho fatuity of the laW John F Pettus In tho East End FHIBNDSof Mrs Martha McAllslcr wll be pleased to know that sho Is Im proving rapidly Advocate Mit R R OKNTUY has moved his family to Danville much to the regret of their legions of friends bow Miss AMIIROSIA THOMAS who has been visiting her sister Mrs W B McRoberts returned to Loutsvlllo this week JKSSK F COOK who Is here tells us that tho Lexington Elks of which ho Is one made between 10000 and 17000 on their laireMESSRS UIUAII AND JESSE DUNN of Hufttonvllle leave for Barnwell S C In a few days to dispose of a car load of horses Mil BUYAN CAIHENTEIt will leas tomorrow for Kansas City whore ho nxpocla to mako his future homo Danvlllo News T A RlCB loft yesterday for Benson Arizona UDonc fall to send ray pa per JI ho said to an 1 J reporter as ho pot on the train MRS J II SYMISON of Lancaster was hero Tuesday to meet her husband who had boon in South western Ken tucky prospecting MRS B G GovEit and children of Danville visited Mrs J F Cover Mrs K P Stouffer of Louisville was with her this week Mns JoStt DAWSON and daughter Mlts Bertha who have been visiting relatives here loft yesterday for their homo at Ash Grove Mo MRS LCCINDA SMITH who has been visiting Mrs 8 R eager near Uedgevlllc took the train here Wed nesday for her homo In Hart county MISSES BETTIB AND MATTIE LEE POWRLL and MrJ W Powell of the West End aro spendinga few days with Mr and Mrs C L Prultt near Crab Orchard KDITCW E A ALHIUOHT of tho Mt Vernon Signal and Mcitrs C C Da vie and Eugene Mulllni also of Mt Vernon are assisting the Stanford band In making music for the reunion and William Stl gall who have been making their homes near Chesterfield Ill aro visit log relatives In the Preachersvllle seerl tlon ThA former Is a brother of our stenographer Miss Callle Horton LOCALS NEW Disc plow at Higgins Si Me KlnneysaBUOOIES harness whips Sc cheap at Woaron BrosaSEr our force pumps New and Im proved G H Farris CoeI THE bone of the terrifically hot spell has been broken praise the Lord A good rain fell last night THE white teachers Institute will be held next week Prof J H Patterson of Lancaster will conduct It e DOUGLAS ehoe wear better look better and cost less than any other mako See styles at Cummins Mo Clary I ANCB BORING will run a restaurant and Ice cream parlor during the fair at tho Albright stand Watsons Drug Store BredbeadaSKITEMHEK 25 Is AI thelast day for ill ing claims road pike or other kinds against the county No claims will bo filed after that data G D Cooper I clerk e l THE editor will be back In time to got out the next issue of this paper our readers will no doubt be glad to loam The business manager who has played r editor for too past three weeks now stops down and oui grateful to the readers for their Indulgence By the way be will bo round to see you soon e r READ Prultt tires ad and kea p cool Nnw neck wear ut Cummins k Me Clnry6 I RKIIOUND secondhand school book at Craig 0 Hooker J W ADAMS has sold 15 acres of tin O M Spoonamoro tract Of land to W U Traylor forWOO YOUIl inxel arc now past duo and you must hot put otT paying tjtmn Ion or but como at onoo S t Owens i sheriffa3 and fIGO Douglas shoes outwear U and5 shoos of any other make Wo will guarantee thorn too Cummins McClaryar Your attention is called to the sal of personal property belonging to ths lato John F Pcttui which occurs on Monday Sept CLOSEhMyurs k Kvarett have ulo cd the butcher shop which they oKtiod In the basement ot the Myers Home some three weeks ago THE Warren Grlgsby Chapter ot tho U D C will moot next Tuesday Aug 28 at 3 oclock with Mrs J W Alcorn A full attendance Is requested A performer entertained arnWednesday night Ho gave a per formance on tbo street that afternoon LIUIITNINO Wrack tho chimney of Dunn It Surbers slaw at Junctlo- City tho current passing down the flu and knocking the stove down Messrs Will Surber and George Pulllatn wero slightly shocked A LITTLE 11montbs old daughter of Mr and Mrs Nathan Bolden died Tuesday of a complication of troubles and was burled Wednesday In the McCor macks church grave yard after prayer and a short talk by Mr J C McClary I THE young people enjoyed a delight ful Impromptu hop at Walton Opera Houno Tuesday evening Some 15 coup Las were present and tho light fantastic was tripped till the wee ems hours Jesse Hays orchestra furnished good music I THE breaking of a pipe at the Ice factory caused a shut down of 43 hours and we bad an Ice famine hero Wed nesday and yesterday Manager G L Penny and dealer J W Pcrrln each made an effort to got a carload fromI other towns but failed A GOOD crowd attended the reunion of old rollers near Klngsvillo yester day and they will bo there from th Salt Works today and tomorrow Th Stanford band Is furnishing tine music tbo oratory is of a high order and a good time generally Is being bad 30 PER chaosAs usual Bunion vlllo fair made money and Treasurer J H Hooker Is making the stockhold ers happy by sending them checks forI 113 when they put In only 910 less than a month ago Our West End friends IaL know bow to mako money as well as have tbo best fair In the State IlEKE Is the racing program of tbo Liberty fair Sept 5 0 and Fastest trotter or pacer owned In Casey thoroughbred running race freeforall trot or pace free torall running race frco forall trot or pace A premium of KtO Is altered for the best roadster stallion mart or gelding and 820 for combined mare or gelding THE planing lof Wiborg Hanna tt Co at Junction City was partially de stroyed Wednesday morning by fire which started in the shavings roOmI Thousands of dollars worth of lumber and adjoining property caught a num ber of limes but too flames were putout by hard work The loss which Is covered by insurance amounts to nearly 120000 POST GlFICE ROUIIED The pojt olUco at Rowland was robbed Wednes day night of some 87 or IS In stamps and change The scamps failed to find a registered letter and other valuables that were In the office or their haul might have been a good one Postman ter Cordlcr suspicions no particularS person but ho has an eye og the maneuvres of several suspicious characters Entrance was gained by breaking a window and nothing was known of It until Mr Cordler went to open up yesterday morning DIEt FROM TilE StiociCMr Ed Paul was worse hurt by his fall out of a St Ashaph Hotel window than his doc tore at first thought and ho died from the effects about 11 oclock Tuesday morning Drs Peyton and Brown worked hard to save him but the shock proved too great and ho never rallied Mr Paul was 53 years old and loft a wife and son Odle Paul to mourn the loss of a clover father In fact a Mr Paul was clever almost to a faultg Ho was a lifelong republican but not a hitter one and ho had many friends In thoderaocratlo ranks His remains wero taken to his homo at McKinney and laid to rest In the cemetery there at 2 P M Wednesday MARTIN Mr William Martin who bad beon ill for months died Tuesday morning aged 73 Be was an energet ic farmer and fruit raiser and lived nearly all ate life on the place he died near Halos Well Besides a wile the following children survive Mesdames J W Crutchfleld Joe Farmer J R Stucky and Miss Woodlo Martin Mr Martin was a splendid old gentleman to and was well liked by bin neighbors who aro in good position to judge a man At his request Mr Dink farmer o taW to tho digging of his grave and at his further request put him six of feet under too sod two feot of which were cut through solid rook Two inch Is oak planks were placed overtbo box sad then rocks and dirt packed In W L DOLULAB shoes Fall styles Cummins McClary I i FIVE bushels of chicken toad for 81 LllrbtolnlllIIn TAM now receiving a handsome line of suitings for tall wear Coma In and inspect H C Ruploya UMiim DUILLS Mydrfc Bros force andgglue thorn a look Goo IL FarrU d Co Tun Albright Uotal Brodhead hue made ample arrangements to accommo date guests during the fair Alto food stable eNRwEddy fllksBrandonbtirgolotB par ules callaoo outings and flannel altos for early full sowing at So orancO S SonsaOUR lOCO nil nine caught It in the nook 11 to 5 at the hands of Huston vlllud second team there Wednesday afternoon return OUR wheat sacks at onco or call and pay for them Wo need them to receive wheat This moans you J H Baughman Co tripdat one fare Tho commences on Wednesday and continues three days Go and enjoy yourself at a very small coat p readaurn erset National Banking Co which went In to the hands of a receiver last week Wo wrote to an olllcer of the institution for fuller particulars than we gave last Issue but hero received no response MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs James Carroll near fouhvlllc celebrated their diamond wedding William A Proctor aged 78 ea Mrs Nancy Young 01 were married at Kokomo Ind Everett Chevolctt aged 20 and Miss Ada Flint 17 were married by Squlro J A Singleton in tho Southern End WednesdayFrank Webb and Miss Martha Pear wero mart led a few hours before the former was placed In the Jefferson vllle penitentiary to serve a lengthy termTbo engagement of Miss Mary Logan and Prof S J Sanderson has been announced Miss Logan is a daughter of tho tier Dr J V Logan president RichmondeProf Sandersons home Is at Miss LAND STOCK CROPS IC Foil SALj5 good stock hogs R U Hocker Boralma has won five races without defeat this yearS Corn sold at 35 lo 8145 In too field a sale in Madison Embry Bros bought of R C Hooker 13 Yearling mules at 85760 B U Fox bought of John Elllotl of Casey a pair of ranles for 200 W H Dudderar sold to R L Hub ble four yearling mules and one aged ono at tOO H U Davis of the Preachersvllle section sold his farm to Tbos Lock of Bell for 2lfX F K Trlbblo bought of W H LII lard and Capt J S Bosley a lot of seek toga at 4 05 Bud Dunn brother of our A C Dunn woo the 875 premium In the walking at the Bcrea fairsHog packing at Chicago 1 aggregates 2605000 against 1032000 loaf year a decrease of 137000 W C Terhune of Mercer bought and shipped from Lawrenceburg 43 mules paying 81101 for the lot Ben T Perkins of Todd countv raised 2000 bushels of wheat on 70 acres an average of 34 bushels Charles Lutes sold to Dr W M El tact of Bryanuvllle 60 stock ewes at S3 60 and W E Rublealso of Garrard 75 at 837o Miller of Illinois bought of W H hanks J B Foster and others 175th cattle averaging about 050 pounds at 412 to4o I have 20 ewes two to fouryears old and 15 ewe lambs for sale Also 30 flood 125pound nags James Langdon Iclenco Hill KyeJosiah Anderson bought of J M Ores five yearlings at 120 He sold his crop of wheat to J H Baughman Co at file at the thresher 0 C B old rick secretary of the as toctailon has our thanks for a compll mentary to the Lebanon fair wblcb begins Tuesday 27 and lasts three daysW S Drye bought of Beazley Bros fancy combined mare and harness elding for 9300 He bought a splen silo pair ot horses of W B Burton of Lancaster at a fancy price There wore 250 cattle at Georgetown Monday and they were lower than they were a month previous Yearling steers brought 4 to 4c bolters 3 to 3ic mountain sheep 300 to IIi mule colts 25 to 810 plug horses ItO to SGo THIS AND THAT London will bavo a fair Sept 1920 and 21 A mob blow up a tollhouse with dy mmlus near Logansport indo To lug Lighting killed six horses belonging J C Hawkins of Jessamine ers A girl baby just born to Mrs Georges Vanderbilt U heir to a fortune of 130 h 00000blOa Bowman and Miss Amanda Stone Liberty won In the fancy turnout lot flag at the Russell Springs fair R C Eubanka of Columbia aged OS er in the be was born to and ho hnapaverllved elsewhere HU qui family room Is the one he was born in 4rsofutewPure No inferior or usedin Royal for the ing its cost only the and healthful Royal Baking peculiar sweetness 4FIi4GSUEEPnoticed in the finest etc which expert unobtainable by the leavening agent Alam Is II you want the tender to vour lum 1i taking I ROYAL BAKING POWDER co too IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs B D Spoors wife of the Nlch olasvllle liveryman Is del1dIOperators In the Laurel county fields have agreed to raise wages seven urnd of the London Hen tucklan is III of typhoid fever wllb chances against his recovery Mrs Moore Brummltt of Laurel swore out a writ for Matt Hurnphleet for detaining her against her will A D Miller formerly business manager has succeeded Clarence E Woods as editor of the Richmond Climax The Kentucky Oil and Pipe Line Co with headquarters at Somerset sold Its ulna pumps tanks c to the National Transit Co of Oil City Pa for 75000 Lawrence Manning formerly of Clay county but now of Lexington has been appointed stenographic secretary to the Philippine commission headed by Judge Taft Supt J W Logiden of the Cumber land Valley branch of the L Nwill be transferred to the St Louis divis- Ion Ho will be succeeded by O B Hollinswortb ot the Short Line When some of tne prohibitionists moved In their convention that the party endorse Yerkes candidacy for governor George L Carpenter of Danville but formerly of this county Fought the motion saying that the pro blblllon party wanted no compromise that those present should be prohibi tionists all the tlmo His remarks were vigorously applauded HUBBLE R L Hubble returned from Pulaskt and reports mules very scarce only buying two Abo Bruce colored died here Tours day morning He was respected by all Had been a victim of consumption for time L G Hubble mare became fright shed while hitched to tbe muggy ID hanging bridles and ran front th shop to U W Given good upsetting tbo buggy before running into the war ter and would have drowned Had Mr Givena and hU hands not been close by Dave Andersons boy about two yens old while on a clap with Its mother In tbe Preachersvllle neigh bar willed a cup of hot coffee from tbe table to Its bend and died from the burn In a short time AU extend sym to Mr and Mrs Anderson In eir grief- Mlu Emil Wllraot Is going home with her aunt Mrs Mattto Miller of Illinois In a law weeks Sheep have advanced very much in the late few days on account of tbe arrival of a fine girl at F P Bishops Mrs Luther Underwood has been on the tick list for a few days CHURCH MATTERS Eld J 0 Livingston writes Our meetlqg at Pine Orate resulted In an organization of 65 member 12 by con fession and baptism A protracted meeting wjll begin at the Christian church at Turner vllle Sunday The pastor Rev J W Ha in will be assisted by Rev Ernest W ElliottThe people of Shoal Creek Tenn ore making open war on the holiness people of that section One hundred and art citizens met and set fire to their church Administratrix Salt As administratrix of J F Pettus I will will sell ut public auction at hIs late dence on tin Lancaster ft Crab Orchard lllkeI near Ireuchersvlllo on MONDAY SEPT 3 I9OO the highest and best bidder the follow personal property 3 horses mule colt 4 coon calves 2 yearling heif 1 bull sheep 15 hogs about 30 acres In field lot wheat 44 bushels oats 4 Timothy hay mower nearly new ar rake disc harrow corn drill corn llerllnd other farming Implements set acksmith tools vurrey 3 buggies and harness spring wagon 50 gallon kettle fencing lumber organ and household und kltcbin furniture TERMS Sums of 110 and under cash ov that amount tour months time without Interest Notre with approved necurlty rered MRS UEUKCOA PETTUft F Cook Auctioneer Admx g I have for sale 150 Mountain Ewes and 150 IndlMm Sheep nlMt a lot of South SlIringeISEED WHEAT AND RYE I have 1000 bushels of extra good seed wheat and 300 bushels of excellent rye for sale Cull and te It Prlie reasonable MOnitlS FILED Stanford Ky ReDiLLEHA Y DANVILLE KY s1anufncturer of BRICKIAnd Lime Cement c c Write For Prices IA Splendid Farm Live Stock c At Auction On Wednesday Sept 12 19001I At 10 on the promises the S W GIvens farm we will sell propartyrTheKnob lIck u station on else L N It It and on the Stanford k Shelby City pike flvp ShelbyCItyloading produce Ac It Is well watered with springs ponds and the Knob Lick plRcoAll knownIthe State Every aero of It can be cultivat ed and nil of It will bring Slend1 returns On It U a splendid brick bulldlngcontaliilnc 10 rooms und two Inr e halls It Is In a good state of repair und modern In build There are all necessary outbulldlnsa Also 100 acres of Knob land At the same tine we will sell 6 Shorthorn cows 2 Jersey cows 7 yearling red helpers 3 yearling steers ewes mfr of work mules work horse11 4yiaroIdcoin mareeplows roller wagon surrey 2 sets harness household nnd kitchen will also sell excellent Victor Stoc Scales bran new This title U made for n division of the es tate W 1 OHIMKS 1roacheMVllle Ii W OIVES3 llubblo Write either of the above or call ou 8 W GIvens or A O T Smith adjoining tin placeCapt D English Auctioneer FINE FARM FOR SALE I NoIiaugingha Ulan U a iltmllJ two story brick Louse lag outbulldtugayeatlnd Finely watered end In all res zeta a ledgDmelurnllk proatable FARM FOR SALE splendltateJ mile from Iluitonvllle nnd IK from More land Hat on It a dwelling cf live room and teuant house besides neciMiirv outbuilding Splendid orchard good well and two springs Terms easy HWKIOHT Hustonvllle Ky Drs SlavinS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Panrllle Mondays AVeJne Jajj and rldaYI Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thundayi and Saturdays Office In the fsualnjton llulldlng Stanford ON ace hour 9 to IS uj to r OSTEOPATHYT- his c Science originated and dureloped by Dr e A T Still of Klriirtlle Mo on the principle of Anatoray aul TbyilolOKy fur IU re sulfa It require no AlibI no drug no rubbing no lunloal oxr lloni claims nlnf uper natural Oiieopalhr tlewiuian at machine oho mosey parts Its keynote U adjustment When all parta ierorlr adJusted and not orerworktd health the fault Some or the dUtax treated us Xrrroui roatraUon headaches Neuralgia Itheuuiattiiu Catarrh Weak Eyes Granulated Lids Uoltre lonstlpatlonIlldact sad Dleoliol trouble Joints uaturee IlbloeatlonrSttlfJolut 1uITLlncaodaenraothrlne LornwomrA tax a lll a Consultation Free THE SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS a Are Still In The Lead Buy it and youOwill make no mistake eo Also the Mioma Volley Fertilizer t We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY Reduced I Prices oi straw Hats CUT HALF NTWO We dont want to clrry them nyer and almost anylptlcc tikes them o Ladies Slippers Greatly reduced in prlco We have some nice ones loft A beautiful patent leath 50eALLSUMMERCOODS Must go and its your opportunity HoJJo 1911 01rnTIJRlrS r L OUR t RemnantCounter Has been a decided success to us and also to our customers We have been entbled to clean up stock and our customers Ihave gotten some splendid value We are now offering the remnants from the remnant counter Louie at the Shirt Waists and Skirts Bolts Ribbon tc Fast colored Lawns at only 3c yard Splendid Slippers at 50c to 75c Sea what we offer In Mens Shoes at II SO All 15c and 20c Ginghams at lOc Good Cot JII3de at 7s Inc l2c r SEVERANCE A SONSiOpposite Court House FALL GOODS r We have just opened some late things in Fall Dress Goods Whip Cords Zibaline Homespuns Camels Hair Serge Cre pons c c Early buyers sbould not fail to see these goods ai some of them can cot be duplica ted later in the season Our i Mercerized Sateens For Shirt Walsts are beauties and selling already Entirely new things in Neck wear Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Ac JOHN P JONES Stanford THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most up todate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been reo with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses the new discovery In optical cienlceeqRpleh to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTERJu- streceived large stock of the very latest Designs iJ JVJouJdi gs Patterns never sold In this locality beforehave to be seen U be appreciated Suitably for framiog from the photograph to the moat elaborate paintings tile lot is the New French Fleur mouldings specially suitableAmong pictures EUlbroldereJ Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that reo duire qetlcMo a dainty rame When in Danville call and see us tad get our prices lie will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville rrv iRE INTEhl lJOURNALI J Entered n the pottoffice at Stanfofil ai Htondclatt matter tJaUansruS a nS 11dV 31 PER YEAR CASH av Wttra not aopald 2OO will e barged KNOXVILLE OIVISIOtt SI Train going North II Si a in 2eI 2 a re 23 South 12 a in r 3 For allifolnts UII2pml CENTRALKENTUCKY No25 Arrrlrci it Stanford at 1OS No 21 LMTM Stanford at 210 AM Hon Arrlresat llowlandat 1200 Non Uates Stanford at 280 r YIQUEEN CRESCENT Tnlni going South raM Junction City Xo I oetnolnop o 3 1160 P No5 1122 AM 110 t M r oolag South No 2 doesnt stop No4 34S I4l I oio 106 to FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralniletre Frankfort atG60 X S40r and I r Moon ectlnsst Georgetown with tulj 40 Returning 1pavi Pnls at 30L and 5w r reaeblnj after connecting with Q AC tnlniat 1120A x7lur andUI5r Ihs Utter train leaves rot eorectown at r JR NEWTON U I A I SOUTHERN RfllLWftY IN KENTUCKY Cosdeisi Sohidils II Effsst Uij to 1109 I1HTBOUND No 1 No L No T Lv Louisville 715am 400pn 74 pm Ar SbelbyvllUv 910am EKpm Boftpm Ar Larencebe SWam o Ar Versailles 1016am 47pmliawpm- Ar Lulncton 1045am 715pm WESTHODHU No ft Nat No 4 LLeiAngto 13Oun 4Z6pm 5I5am vertallles 7S6am Eo3 am Larencebc tam BSOpm LZ3am IAr Sbelbyrlllk B10am1 015pm 030am Lounrllla lanoam 74Opm TWara RA3TouKa WUTBOU D Ho lllNo Jll ii coopm 745am LT iliINO26pm laOOam LrITATIOII5oIN TlSpm tao m 790am- TJOpm la5am Ar 3Oprn 710an KASTBOUHD WESTDOtTNIX wis o 7 STATTONS N JfltNo 400pm 71bam lit LoulJTll Ar 1040am 7ipmLUpm 10am LT ShelbvltAr tioam lUlpm 14011111f40pmCASTBODHD WISTDOUNU tNo UtNo I l BTATIOK3 ItNo tuNa 3 746am 400pm Lr LoulsTll A1 1040am 74ipm- N2iiam 0pm LT VenHes Ar 7SOam ft0ipm- llOSitn 7S5pm Ar Nlctilvlll Ar Wam 4repm- ll58pm 8iUpm Ar Klcbmnd Lv liopmL- OBpm Ar mine LTI ljprai- TATiona No No 3 74pmIArAr Knoxvilleprn l4II IAr Asheilllo VlOaml 11OpmI tIAr SaTinnaa ArJIckonYllle 1110- Lr Chattanooga Mpm ii= iAtlanta lO2pm IIWam IAr Maron tMam 110 Jaeknonvllla asoam iaunm tiiga aiopm auam Ar Illnnlncham iao5pm ll4T m 930pmArDlrIalDjthem to Lezlngioa Na II tree observation cbalr car Lexington to Lbulsvllla No uleeplngcar tllrmlnghom w LouUvUle via Lexll1lttonIand ISdally Not 67 and 8dallyexceplSuaday i n tween Versailles Nlcholasville Rich- pond and Irvine dally except Sunday d iDlif except Sunday Other U lnI4allI TSQAnNOMM VPGM JM Vashlnicton D C Washington 0 a WATCIIKCP WMUTATUIBAU i Wasblticton C LouUvlllo 1I Cumcorlana Falls Hotel NOW OPEiV r Faro better thnn over Fishing season In fill blast laily harks to and from station Lots of nmiiseracntB A model Summer resort Write for catalogue and further partic ulars J n OWENS Von Packer Lake Ky BEAZLEY NAYS UNDERTAKERS =ALSOpEALI5ZN X ttrultui e B2aUiii Kug9- Ami Wier Theywill Eibnngo Futuitute for all j kinds uf StoiK Give them I a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ t1 + M jVRY t1NDEBrr A ER i Manufacturer and Pealear In XJLBNESS SADDLESY e O Stanford Ky One of the pleasantest lines of news paperwork lie the composition of those elleditorial article on politicsXeTJPn designs of the great powers nnd ex plain what Is known ns a world move ment on a stupendous scale It Is work that confers dignity on the writer from the Impressive nature of the material with which it dealt It Ia not scrutinized as sharply another kinds of work because it takes ones breath away at tho start Very few people for example truly observes the New York Commercial Advertiser distin guish between the articles on tho ChI- nese sUuatlon which the newspapers are obliged to publish every other day They like to see these articles on an editorial page OB a sign that tho paper is keeping up with the times but so long as they all have the air of cer tainty they are nil equally able and au thoritative The mnn who can speak familiarly as to what the Uussian colossus is up to nnd what France thinks about it has everything in his own hands Nobody thinks of checking him off That familiar tone does the business World politics afford the one sinecure In the newspaper profes lion In general these articles conform to one of two types There is the solemnly judicious article which though masterly is found on analysis to be somewhat noccommttal And there is the article of mysterious sources The man whom Blondln carried across the gorge of Niagara on a tight livingAMemory ngeof72 Ills name is Harry Coleord and his business that of portrait and landscape painting As the story of his exploit existed only In newspaper files Mr Jarvis Blumc a justice of the peace in Chicago has issued a pamphlet containing the first connected account and it abounds in thrilling details Colcord In his early days says the account spent four years on a whaler Ills physique was well seasoned when he fell in with niondin and his weight was 135 pounds In crossing Niagara his chief part was to forget that he had the power of Independent movement Three times he was carried over on the rope and that was enough for Jtho horror of the business grew upon him When he has the nightmare now It takes the form of hanging on Dlomllns shoulders and gazing down on the masses of people and swirling waters 270 feet below Illondin stumbles and he wakes up feel Ing that the dream affects him more than the reality A former cowboy says When I used to be n cow puncher the one thing I dreaded was a thunderstorm for lightning usually scekstfput and strikes the highest thing III tIle place where it lilts and out on the plains the man on horseback is the tallest upJthe cattle get restless nnd need close watching to prevent them from stampeding and I can tell you It tries a mans nerve when you can see the lightning striking all about you nnd know that it is almost even chance thAt it will ultimately seek you out and slay you The model town of Kansas is Lost InIgo to church and every child within the limits attends Sunday orjpaying even In u social way is entirely tabooed The only drawback to absolute perfection In the scale of mor ality Is that two men are addicted 1o swearing and nbout a dozen others are fond of tojbacco A pathetic sight was witnessed In tho soldiers orphans home at Atch leon Kan a few days ngo A pool mother came to see her child a boy Vwo3ears old She was allowed to put It to sjeep with the understanding that when the chI was asleep she was to go away The child soon went to sleep and the mother wakened it she was sp anxious to be with It She did this half n dozen times The old Indian burying grounds in the suburbs of Snndiuky 0 are to be made Into city parks The bones of the red men who have been in terred some of them for nearly a century will be removed to some other pot 1ht order that the gran- de r of civilization may have fullerrway The universal vedict of visitors to the Paris exposition is that the United States art section Is the finest and most Interesting of all the foreign art sec lions In the grand palace of flnearts There Is a PIgS family In Missouri that Is related by marriage to exGov Hogg QfjTesns ftbe bmll tree IiggWnnd te lLoggsmuf5coqslst1 mainly of roots Thu mayor of Burlington N J made a name for himself and 1000 children happy on Independence day by presenting to each of them a pack offireeraclers L t In tome qf the large cUlt the ivation Army In selling Ice in penny lumps This provides a great boon to tile pdor iu the slutusaml crowded tenements SS-SPAIH3 QRSATEST nEED pcvdhiscil severe Piluiln the back of his bred Uu uiliiy Electric America greatm Illcoil anti erre lltmtdy all piln soon loft him Hi fttblalrauc1I1Ie wiial llulllrlllttIAmertra know that it ratrn liver a lnlllMe purifies the blood wire tip fbeaioniaeh strengthens the ucrvci puts vim vigor and life Into crctv ma cle n rye nd org n ol the hotly It 1IfIc tlrtdxirvlllnK jruuetwdj It linrv uarauued only tsntn SoldiiyPeiny Imij flat Colored Fair Danville JlR 20ili round trip rates In effect on thtyi4 of 111 fair vlu that Queen Crescent Uoui all pOInt between OeQ w tIa lIteIChampion Snapp is just hate IMnyYea You were present yes terday when she told me I was the homeliest girl In our set verent you aYe rind I gave her a piece of my mind nbout it afterward May Thnt was kind of you dear but I hope you werent too severe oWcll I told her she ought to remember how sensitive you must be about It Catholic Standard and Times Apprniirlnte The visitor finally found the dratnat io editors sanctum It was a small and extremely stuffy room Phewl exclaimed the visitor Its insufferably hot in here Its like an ovenOf course the dramatic editor replied This Ilf where I do my roast ingPhllnde2piiiaIressher Not much good gold did she disburse Yet well she pent each golden minute She had a precious llttto purse And there was precious llttl In It That was before she started out She meant to shop her means were IWhenHOPELESS HOIC I He May I hope SheYes If you will promise never to refer to the matter again Harlem Life Espedttloui How often Is ambition crushed And In a single minute By some blunt sage who simply says There aint no money In It Washington Star A Gnnie Tno Could Ilar An early seftlerl said tho pugil fat who had landed hard on the jaw In tho second round and sent his tagonist to grass nnI Not quite responded the jumping briskly to his feet and renewing the contest Im an early rfserChxicaqoTribuneA Well Evelyn how did you get through with your club paper on The Purification of Spoken English Oh nil right but beforo I began I was so ncrvtfus I thought I should have to pick up my traps and scoot out of the back door Indlajiapolla Journal Miss Mental Social XotrIwlio Is nn has given orders that during the en suing yachting season the crew her yacht the Trigonometry qI refer to n spanking breeze as maternal zeph3rThe Smart SetIConsidered Fntldloua Mrs Clump says her second bus bands awful fussy about his catin Dont hercookin suit him OfToint thnt but good land lie wants a clean napkin twice n week and another plnte fr his plelhlladel phla Bulletin natter TJinn a Ilctecttvc Mrs Ilntterson I should think you would be afraid to trust your chil dren on the street with thut nurse Mrs Cat terson sweetly Oh no I know that If anything happens you woult run nnd tell me Town TIp Ics Crtirll Jllmunileralood And lou think I married you for your money teafully exclaimed young Mrs Waxwing Why Harold you know I would have married you If yoti hadnt had a centwith the ex cellent prospects you hod Chicago TribuneSXo limit for IlnnlnrsH Unit much of a business man I undcrstaDlIn big enough fool commercially to go Into the ice business at the north pole If he had n chance Chicago 10stIFeminine Clinrllr Bess Here conies that leigh lie nearly worries the life out of me with his attentions XellOh dont be too severe onthe poor fellow He never did have much seuseChiIcago iJaily News No Unnlrer Harold If I should attempt to kiss think would bite l111e1fEtlleILWellerhe bus never bitI ten nay my friends Judge IVIbrtlinitShell a very remarkable actress isnt she Very Why E1Is been on the stageS Ir years and never lost a diamond nor nT husband yet Philadelphia Html letin Sot Invited Daughter Shall we Invite Dr Big fee to the reception Mqjhur I tjilnk wed better not lies so nl He might hnfgeIt n tlyffifilfo ffJ We AllllllrtlItI Soliti How do yguTtfet along with your new hired girl Mrs Upjohn 1 jlWeH of cours one cant always bo ce tnlu In such matters but we seem to please herChlcago Tribune WEAKNESS CANNOT UE CUllED liT liml appllealluns si they cannot resell ibm dlMMted 1t11tn of tho car There is onlr one way to euro dtanta mid that is nin runfdliw Deaiurso uIIttIIlnlublllI seen illllsn of tlie muenu llnlne nf the iii t clilsn Till WbtnlhU lulmla Inflaninl you hare a siindtir Imperfect brarlnir and wiipil It itemlruljr cloned ItMlnm 0 lhertult unit unlcn ihi Inlliiiitim Ion on be lumen out ant this tub rtittrti lo its toriiisi conJIilon Ixnrlnj will dwtiojiil forever Ine ca n itut of If n aro cau rd lu Catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamed con lion uf tue inuraus iirfaera- will One Hunijrtd Dollars for any caxt I aror s i4iiMHl lij lilViiuarrh that cannot ie cur by llalll Catarrh Cone tend for circulars rtW 1 J C1IEXEY t CO Toledo O rlllI 11r tio ITCHING LIMBS And All Forms of Itching Scaly Humors Are Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by CUTICURA The Itching anti burning I suffered lu my feet anti limbs for three years were terrible At night they were worse nn IYIIC mo awake n LtIWD Lebanon repnir ieittwd renter consulted doctor doctor trnvelllng tlio my also city IloeItors what the lot the different samples time clues hail found them many dullrent kind con chided go Clncluniitl pltal relief hail frequently urged CoriciiiA KEMKDIKS hut them prevailed upon them What change cured permanent cure like kicking doctor myself suffering thrco when could used CuxiCUUA ItlEamsIof CtmcunA nkln anti thickened CUTICURA Instantly Itchumit Irritation Inlummallon licnl Ctmcciu disfiguring scalp rashes low of physicians 1I1t11Isond nil also Sold throughout limo would TOTTICR unuu AND VUKM vortr Solo Prop Boston Purify anti Beautify the Skin freeIUse only Cuncuiu SOAr for bahys skin hair It U anti refrchlnit of nursery oaps tt contains delicate N lent rtle obtained umcuiu the utwblch jreervc the sUn hair situ Un Mem OFurttY1aullto3uttty For dlitnfslng MotHERS maUons antI eruptions enutrd Itching irritations of the with thin and fuin hair for shapeless uu simple In humors It Ie absolutely linllipcoiable Stabe College of Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky otter the following counes of luily viE Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathemntlcal Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering of which over years and leads to a dcgrte Postgraduate course of study ant oleo provided leading each a maulers degree Each course of study is organized under separate faculty Tho numbers more 20 pro fetors and instructors County flppolotces tuition room rent In dormitories fuel anti lights and if they remain mouths traveling expenses The laboratories and museums aro largo equipped comprehensive modern The last Legislature appropriated 130 for college twine for young women and 830000 for hall and gymnasium for men Mllltwy tactics antI science are fully provided for and required Congress Graduates from the Mve al courses Hudjr readily find excellent petitions and liberal remuneration demand Is largely in time ability of the college to supply the matriculation list 663 For catalogues method obtaining appointment Information regaidlng coimei of and of app JJAMES J PATTERSON Ph DIL President Or to V E MUNOY I5usines Fall Term Begins Sept 10 Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253OOO paid ill Living Benefits Over 120000 Kcsorvo und Surplus Have You Seen a Sample of Our New Endowment Bond- If write to the home office for literature cnll on our nearest agent for an explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points It returns 150 anti five per cent interest for average for each dollar paid in 2 Stuck taken now will nil be matured eighteen twentyfyur mqnthj with a large redeemed much 3 It Is mature la consecutive order consequently all element chance Ii eliminated Now the Time Subscribe The yon begin the will coupons begin to For further information address A SMITH HOVVMAN Secretary- J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington KY Stanford Female College KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 courses Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Administrators Sale or Boyle Co Farm Lands as silmlniHrslor ol the tstsUof CsiUtn Jtoi C H1I dcnirI will sell to the highest biiiurr at i ulillc outcry on ihe nifuiuwi on nn the JinviIle and pikes stout lx iiiite lJnttIJe anti three from Illr all on ti 11 It UIWednesday Sept 5 IJfBlniilnii at oclCMk shsri the fullowln lortIlny iniuchy- Hiat s Iiii Ia to said OrteIlJhh r Lsnd tIt tiiqrvdwl1 w5teridsod a outIlII 1iIriffi UUnIl Lt churthcl ibm fItJIDla Leu Crniniuii sail tlmtr in Iw luVuie elsmtri Iwo lst go bainsoiw ubuikllLis P15515hoU em U OUtS This Una been gleii thu WGlhut ilrri riOjur ncl reD but CutS ratedlitia rlu as It bitt IIr IK t p ana Alwiit a litimlifd aeti U soil l IHumnuf- Thi tub tOll Utile If will is uuu fourth mliUil UN in menu uf wo and litre vur Iatf llt luUfMt 11r HUIlltm dfrrrcd IA h and lieD to 550515 lbs D1 tIltS ir ct of cuitaliiliB Mt JOJi scta RoJululujIknlll teIOctst7iii the Outsit arid very ciii ruiug Und Third Ssveutjiinaol lj known as thUllmcrUna rar Tlr anti sled ou4 hlcl 5 acrSs 0 unit kIitwi tbq 8ilrilni Vousiidafl had ouw mUa south cl 11111Arl1 II followitig FariuIii1 11111111- 11Indllllla ttjitWiitl seeleraiid Sr UIIto tine bore wOrusuulu nyrtader nun ttfoold Kir or lire cows wllli anti until wH 0 tales 2 huriM bet til sucillux ul cthl and out Klmbli onr inigo lot ti flito etc Ot out tilt lOittWiiS IiI TItUfls5E15T5 6TL sllOoVork I will s the Usail pf iiile and a turl rJTUI IlrbtthitrJVrj ruleiliH UarruIIrg apttin lor wit rair hit ii u mII mmee c ntlug ot tw lourrwiu c lIsteN Vs barn good crib etc iall run thr e tie sle ol this laim will bi hud nit UK U ou 16 sens will be tfriu dTsliAand UIHS Iou Nov14 1YItMSI 5 olln h tush bInowiln tquu pay aud Ix ir 1111 u rrVvKf auburn on d IhJan DII We II ii the suIr tulle sml Ilale ll tlireejwro cattle nlwut 75 Uei un half In U acres uf corn snuckcil on tottrd Tirm tu i rwoaliy made Known on day of I f tVl Li ni I1 pnrt 1 mutter M I on road most of time out of our doctors Nona of tlio knew trouble was I a of of medi been using I of co that I that I would linvo to to ho before I would get 1 been to I had no faith in My wlfo finally mo to try Prestol a I am und It Is n 1 feel gome or for years 1 have Consisting SOAP 2Sc to clcnnso tile ot Crusts stint scales soften tlio cuticle Ointment IIc to anti soothe ant anti UKKOLVCNT 30c to cool anti cleanse the blood In often to euro tho most torturing and blood humors anti Iklnjtions with lialr when fall How to scalp anti not onl wretet most but cinol from great skin scalp serious lienS raahes Infan for scalp red rough hands anti nail tantllo S Tho each 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