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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1i SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KT 1 H YEARif VOL XXV11L STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 28 1900 9 A M NO 51 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Bullock aged 21 died at Llv ingston after a long Illness Hev W W Bruco will have cbargo of Ewing Institute at Porryvlllo thus season Tho homo of James Blanoy ut East Dcrnsladt was struck by lightning and burned with Its contents Private Rtusell U Hlllott who en Meted at Somumet was killed In tho assault on Pckin Ills nearest relative li John W Taylor of Mlntonvlllc Kelly Boone George Jlnller Char ley Thomas and Robert U Morrow aro filling nn engagement with the Nat Rein company Some of them oxpect to remain with It throughout tho sear son Somerset Paragon Near Flat Rock Pnloskl county Mrs Sereptu Sellers was decoyed from her homo waylaid beaten with a club and hot and killed with a revolver by Mrs Nancy Hiinloy and her daughter Pbabo King Mr Hunloys husband hucrbeen In tho habit of vending bis 4young son with message to meet him i clandestinely nod In this manner tho woman win decoyed to her death by the women No arrests Four youngsters from Mllledgovlllc fired with more patriotism than pru dence recently started 19 foot It to Ft Thomas to join tbo army thence to China Rfiuchlng Hurgln they attempt ed to boar a train going North hut woro pulled by an oUlcer und threat ened with picnic on the rook pile They escaped returned to their homes wiser but not the least damponed In zeal for their country good Dr Al corn In Danville Advocate LAND STOCK CROPS Ie J L Yantlt sold to Ray of Casey a Jack for 1200 Bird Eye 214h was sold as a year ling for 916- Coulter White sold to Sid Drown a horse for tK D A Snell has recently refused 2fi 000 for Jupo 207 i Dr Hugh Reid sold to R E Sauce three O L O gilts for 9 26 John Reynolds sold to Robinson of Garrard a bunch of bogs at 4o 0 P Huffman bought of S Dud ilerar a bunoh of 1000pound holfors at 3Jc Lucius Perkins sold In Cincinnati n car loud of plain b0 pound edlllo at 4J toM South Carolinas cotton crop has been reduced 40 per cent by the droughtJHuughman bought of Austin Thompson of Casey two aged Jaoks for 130- 0Iltwse call aid sdillo for the season of you owe tup and oblige M S Haughmati Lightning killed tour valuable Jan nets belonging to Eugene Mvore of Doyle Friday Lutes it Co sold to Thomas Best 60 stoilc owes at SHT6 and 7Cto Jamas t Mcrsar at samoa liorulma won the Mowachuselts stake 212 trotting worth 010000 Best time 2001 J W Fowyihe of Faycttc sold to John E Madden the great brood mare fully hoe for 11000 J C Uitys Is delivering his crop of wheat bo bold to J II Daughman k Co sornq time ago at i0c Dodd Z Skinner of Hustouvlllr sold to S T HarbUon of Lexington five highgrade horses for 1200 Whlinoys grout colt Ballyhoo won tho great Suburban at She pshead Bay Saturday It was worth I10000 Dr J K Caldwell of Perryvllle sold to H C Bottom 100 barrels of new corn at 9150 In the lacers crib Wilkinson fc White bought of W W Lyon 20 heifers and steers at 3o for tho former and 4o for the taller Nelson Morris bought in Montgom cry 210 export cattle 1400 pounders at bland W U Kldd bought 210 at the same price Montlu Fox bought of John Wllchor a pair of mules tor 900 a pair of John Russell for 1250 and seven of W W Lyon ut110cMarslon Hros sold their crop of wheat about 2500 bushels to the Paris Milling Co yesterday at 70 cents Jcsso R Lettfln of Mlllcrsburg lIohlI a nice bunob of grade owes to Horuco Purdyut 8135 Also 11 yuurllng feisors to Nat Joiilur at lie to go Out 20 IIprl K ntunklun C K Mlllor nf Roohuslor III broth er Inluw of J C and M D Eubanks bus bougnt about 700 caillu In this county during the lust two woods They are from yearlings to 1200pounc ors and ho has paul train 410 to 4ir11 Mr Miller was pore last year bought about 000 400 of which ho has now and wliloti ho says will avorujjo 000 pounds S 1 excurslou to Mucklnuu from Cln cliiuuiiTuc dayVSept 4lh Tho most popular excursion North each season Is undoubtedly iho C H C D Ry und D it U Stcnmer trip to Mnckinau Island Tho delights of a steamer trip over iho cool waters of the lakes und a 10day relief from the heat are eagqrly looked forward to by hundreds Get full purI ticulars from anv railway agent A FIUCJHTFUL BLUMDEH Will utn CUM a liorrlble hum Sc IJ Cut or lirulw lluckleni Arnica SalTf the bul In the world win kit the lln and lruiuply heal it CUrl od Sirrt frHorej fI tall ttlon Corn sal SVIu lon Hut MU cure on eafJhbyalT2hiu1yhbbat purBiutnnleeJ APOLITICAL Louisa wont dry Saturday by a majority of 01 A 10 year old Alabama Negro girl gave birth to quadruplets all girls The Remington got tho award at Paris over all tho other typewriters Chicago will dedicate a collleeum this week 300x180 feet capable of seat tag 10000 people W It Ramsey of London li one of tho several candidates for tho republi can nomination for circuit Judgo In iho 27th district Tallow Dick Combs furnished bond with Postmaster Perry at Winchester security and will open n barber shop at GeorgetownThe Ice factories are un able to supply tho demands of that city 400 tons a day and lake Ico U being shipped there At Cvnlhlana Harry Webster shot himself Sunday with suicidal Intent In the presence of his sweetheart Ills condition IB critical James J Corbott and Kid McCoy will moot In a 25round bout at Mudleon Square Garden Thursday night for a purse close trt 10000 In order to refresh the old soldiers on their march In Chicago this week 60 000 sandwiches will bo distributed at the various rendezvous along the route Cincinnati wasnt Intl lIed with the population tbo U S census guru her so bad a count made of her own which only shows 8023 over tbo olllolal fig urea At Dallas Texas Sunday ono man was shot and fatally wounded two per sons wore tabbed a I1tluonkooJlercom- Dltted nuloide and a contractor died of tuifttroka Tbo republlaane of the lpth district In convention at Irvine nominated Parson N T Hopkins for Congress Judge Booknor friends withdrew his name when they saw defnal was cer- taIn The rods of this district arc fixing up for another contest knowing that that Is the only shadow of a show they havo of getting Into olllco At the Rich mond convention Grant Lilly utTered a resolution inviting the voters of Jaek son county to vote with the Ktgtith dIe trict this fall which was adopted amid loud shouts of approval Pukln bait nut been occupied the al llus rufralnlng from aggressive notion pending Instructions from their govern monte The retort of the capture of the Chinese Kmperor Is Bald to bd err roneous It Is b lloved that the Em press Dowager will not bt ptirinod There Is dancer nf a famine In lien- Teln The report that Russia Germany and Japan bud declared war on China Is not true Tho Negro Peak whoso attempt to outrage a small white girl started the riot at Akron O In wbloh several persons woro killed or fatally Injured was taken back to the scone of bis crime anti secretly tried and sentenced to the penitentiary for life Ho was Immediately taken thither and was In the walls within tbreo days after his dastardly attempt It will bo remem bered that the mob burned the court boutc after finding tho prisoner had been spirited away MATRIMONIAL II C Snodgrass of Brodbcad and MM Nannie MoHar ue of Lilywere married last week Robert Hay wood a bachelor of 78 was married at Jonrsvllle Ark to Mrs Julia Robinson a7 t W Cromor and MM Valencia Plllman popular young peoplo of Rockcaiilc were married lust week Mite Uettlo Paxton who saw It o knot tied tolls us that Dr James W Huffman son of MM Joe P Huffman of Lexington was married Saturday morning to Miss Nannie Collins Dr Huffman had decided to go to Chelsea Ionian Territory to locate and had fixed Saturday to go bv nlmeulf bun he prevailed on his sweetheart to go with him Just In time lobe married before they started und that accounts for Its consummation on uu odd day of iho week Dr Huffmun Is milking a sue ce s of Ills profession und wo are glad ID know has married u most worthy young lady- ClnctlS That the Ooopnr k Co have woll earned their deserved suc cess Is attested by whui the prose and lh crillcs have to saj of their shows which will oxhlblt huro Monday Sept 3 rhe advanced pros notices havo words of praise for them tholr per jrmance Is presented lo us now und attractive lure us modurn Uiou bt mini invention will permit They have u nultltuilo of masterly innoitdllons novo er before presented which urn thor oughly In uccodanca with the splrli of the times The advent of Cooper Co shows has In a groat measure uplifted the amusement business and It can be truthfully said that they are modern showmen with modern ideas e SIT SAVED HIS BAI1Y My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were uimblw to cure him with tho assistance nnd us a last resort wo tried riiumborlnlns Colic Choi em and Diarrhoea itemedysays Mr J II Doak of Williams Ore I am ball py to say it gave Immediate relief and a compote cure For sale by Craig A Rocker LANCASTERI Capt Louie Landrum U taking n nee essary rest at Crab Orchard Springs Gen D R Collier has resolved his appointment nil pension agent for Ken tucky and ho will enter on tho duties of the olllco on Sept I am thankful taMrs T S Misses Sallie and Mattlo Elkln Messrs J W Poor and J A Doty for fruit and vege tables from their abundant crops Tell Coph Campbell cdlto of that cxccilcnt Somerset Journal that Capt White Bob Hughes and I put tho flowers on James Dillon grave as request ed Miss Mary Thompson entertain ment ut her palatial homo In honor of Misses Gulley and Yantls was an en joyable event and a largo crowd was In attendance Since the work of tho mob at Akron 0 tho republicans had bettor bold upon Southcru mobs as that gathering committed more dcpradatlons than any ono In tho South The rates Creek Association will meet with Freedom church In this countyon Tuesday 23th that day be ing the 100th anniversary of the dedication of that church The State campaign committee hag rondo a good selection In appointing J K Roblnqpn chairman of the Garrard county campaign committee which will be organized today Monday to gether with a democratic club and an address will be delivered by lion G G Gilbert who will sound the koy note In this section In his usually able and fearless manner Our city will do Its part In tho ap proaching campaign Hone R H Tomllnson J Mart Roth well and Lelchor Owsloy havo been assigned by Gov MiCroary chairman of the Stato campaign committee to speak the first two named at Mt Vernon and the lat ter at Somerset Tell the boys to glvo thom a good hearing and democratic principles wit bo sqt forth In the proper manner Sir Humphrey Martin aged year tiled at her homo In Madison county last Friday of paralysis Tbo remains ware buried In Lancaster cemetery on Saturday She was formerly Miss Jonnie Yantls of this coun tyhaving been born and rearod here being a sister of Mcsdamoa T Curry Loander Davidson und W J Romans Hqr husband and four children survive her to whom tbo antics community extends glnouro condolence In tho circuit court Jud e Saufley gave peremptory instructions for the dufondant In the oaseof henry Hughes administrator ugilnst the Lat N for J30000 damages after plaintiff had in troduced testimony Thu following were sent to the penitentiary for one year Frank Garnett colored for house brcaking Alfred Preston for sumac charge and Walter Simpson col ored charged with grand larceny Af lur dlsposlugof some civil business of minor Importance court adjourned on Saturday uolll Tuesday morning n CHURCH MATTERS Elder Durdott has closed u meeting at Freedom Casey county which re suited In 43 additions Rev W R Lloyds meeting at Ath ens Faycito county resulted In 28 ad dutons to the church The Courier Journal says that Elder Tluo Spear who Is has been engag ed In the ministry S3 years which woull make him only six when ho bo gun Ho Is a member of the Christian church Ho says ho never has received moro than 9250 for all his services Reports at the Carlisle meeting show that the Christian church in Kentucky raised l2U4 SJ for State work and church building the past year Through the work of the State evangelists und including amount above u grand total of 20000 wits raised Fitly thousand dollars was raised by Kentucky onurchos for home and foreign mis sions Juan Alexander Dowlen exclusion from tho Unlud States under the cml grailon laws on the claim that ho was once convicted of u rrimo in a foreign country Now South Wales is being ought by Joel W Stevens n Chicago attorney aud others who were formerly identified with the Zion movement Ho is now In Hnglund and his prospects for returning to this country are slim Low rates West Railroad bargain days via the Motion outo Tickets will oo sold by the MOIIOU route from Lou lavlllo Ky lo in Arizona UrltI isti Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montuuu Nebraska Now Mexico Nut tlt Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash ington Northern Wisconsin und Wyoming at ono tlrsiclass lure plus 92 for the roundtrip on Juno 10th July It 17 Aug 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov 02u and Dec 4 10 limited returning 21 days Pro pueLlnl parties und tourists will bo furnished with schedules and further information by addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Motion Route Louisville Ky THAT THnOBBIHO HHADACHE Would aulcklf lene you If you uxyl I r King ewurelhb TliounnJi liutfcriT haveprv nl their matrlile merit for sick and Nrrruui lleaUchc They nuke lilo 1anti sitting nenraa181haul up your health Katy to tilt Try there Duty 5 cents Money luck it not curtJ Sold by Peony IIruor A lame shoulder Is usually cd by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of hamber Ulns Pain Balm For sale by Craig tit hooker DniBRlits TEACHERS INSTITUTE Auspiciously Opened Hero Yes terday Tho Lincoln county Institute was called to order at 045 by Superinten dent Garland Singleton After dovo llonal exercises by Rev S W Rankin Sup Singleton addressed the Institute In a low well oho on words The elec tion of officers was thou declared In or der and the following were selected L R Hughes secretary and Miss Georgia Lewis assistant secretary and tho following committees were ap pointed by tho superintendent Committee on Program Pro J H Patterson W T White II S Young Miss Kate Blaln and 11 O Winfrey Committee on Entertainment L M Lewis and MUses Annlo Dunn atd Es Ibcr Durch Commllleo on Resolutions M Mul fins Misses Kato Bogle and Lou Hicks Chorister Prof M E PruItt Tho instructor Pnjf J H Patter eon of Lancaster was then Introduced and delivered a One address outllnlo his work for tho weqk Tho following olllcers were chosen for the teachers association In each of the magisterial districts Stanford Vice Pres Miss Annlo Dunn Secy L R Hughes Waynesburg T J Rayborn vice pros L GSingleloo sccy- Hustonville M E Prultt vice pres Chas North secyi Miss Kato Blalu asst 9uy Crab Orchard W T White vice pros Miss Lizzie Pettus oecy The time and the placo for the meeting are to be decided later bylho vice presidents The Institute then adjourn ed until lilt p M The following leacbcrs were enrolled Messrs W T White NtW Hughes T J Ravbourne Hardin Young Sam Young M E Pruitt Jas Hays W L Scott Chits North W P Rlgsby M Mulling L M Lewis G W Curtis Eugene Wilson T G Singleton Ja cob Elder J North T H Singleton It G Martin C K McClure L R Hughes W F Hlckle M O Winfrey Mesdames M J Coobran CundltT Nettle Humphrey Reynolds Jas Green Alice Philips Misses Lillie Peyton Slella McClary May Belware Collie Thurmond Myrtle Hughes Adnlo Dunn Florence Ulbb Georgia Nowburn Kato Bugle Lula Hopkins Kato Blaln Nora Philips Essie Burch Georgia Lewis Maggie McCnrtv Kato Hays AnnaGoocb Eva Edwards Salllo McWhortor Rebecca Mulllns Alleo Alcorn Llzzio Pettus Lou Hicks Jennie Pellus Lena Yow oil Isabel Ross Oni Williams Mary Wilson Belle Thomas Salllo Carter Evelyn Carter Ada MoWhorter The teachers present are unusually handsome and Intelligent In appear ance und will compare favorably with those of any county In the State Some of tho young ladles are beauties and all are good looking Tho afternoon session was devoted mostly to getting acquainted and dls cuislng a few minor subjects McKiTTRiCK Friends of the esli triable lady will grieve to learn of the death of Mrs Wallace W lcKlttrlekI at Clarks lilll Ind from the effects of a surgical op oration The News contains a touching obituary of her with tbo following sketch of her life Martha Ellis Mc Kltirick daughter of Mr and Mrs li- E Marcum was born In Puluskl coun ly i Ky May 12 1870 In 1883 her par ents moved to Lincoln county that State Here Mulllo grew to woman hood and on Nov 27 1891 was married to Wallace W MoKlitrick They re sided there until February of this year when they moved to ibis vicinity he was a Illllo past 30 years of age Tl 0I remains were Interred In the Union cemetery Father und mother loving brothers and sisters the devoted hUllI band whose life was wrapped In hers kind friends and neighbors who watched with bated breath at the bedside 0iMulllo McKltirick alternating between hope and fear as they saw belI bright voting life slowly ebbing away now fully realize that all iu over and that in tho midst of life wo are InI death In the presence of the family and friends her soul passed silently and swiftly across the dark river to thu beautiful shore on tbo other side Tuoro Maiiie waits to welcome her loved ones hoer ofA TERFiOn Awful nxlrtr was Mt fjr the widow of the brare leucntl Murnh m of Michla Me when the doewrs sail she could not lire till uiornlug wrltr Mr 8 II IJnooui who ttirmivj her that fearful night alt thought she mlllooudlenU1tPncuinonli tit she b N for r piworeryaong U had snore thin onre saved her hail cure l hf r of After Con1II1lIonIbnatnuIliIoscolifiUiit and Its urtiirr completely ciirnl her llilii nurrrl outmrtllclne U xumulretl to cure all Tlnoal Clfii sod langlh asee Only lOc anti Jl Trial stiles free at Ivnuyf drug store The laws of health require that the bowels move ouce each day and one of the penalties for violating this law U piles Keep your bo well regular by IRk Ing a dose of Chsmbei Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe puulthriicnt Intlicted upon yourIrico 25 cunts For sale by Craig locker Druggists What most peoplo want U something mild and gentle when in needof a phs Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasaut in effect For sale by Craig A Hockor Druggists r NEWS NOTES H G Cnrdwell aged 74 and a prom inent citizen of Shelby is dead A careful poll of Indiana shows a democratic majority of 18000 Lightning destroyed a tine Baptist church at Fairview Todd county Tho president will not attend the G A R Encampment this week in Chi cago The new census gives Indianapolis a population of 109104 an Increase of 0044 nor cent over 1890 The annual report shows that the value of buildings erected In Louisville during the past year exceeds 81COOOOO Harry Davie an aeronaut fell from a parachute at Delphos O 800 feet to the ground and was mashed to a jellyThe wife of a wealthy Indiana farmer committed suicide because her husband bad mode preparations to sell their farmMr Bryan is lotting no grass grow under his feet Ho made 11 speeches platformgtalks The case of Barber Weaver charged with perjury was continued at George town until Sept 3 owing to the absence of wiinoeses for the defense Judge forcing Senator Parker Judge Evcrsolo and James Sparks were given a frost at the grand rally at McWhorter Saturday Loss than 50 people rallied Bob Fitzslmmons knocked out Sailor Tom Sharkey In New York In the 2d round Tho Australians superior hit tins ability and ring generalship mado victory comparatively easy A terrific storm swept along ire beach at Nome on Aug destroying a largo number of barges and launches Ndarly 40 bodies have since been washed ashore at Nome and other places in the vicinitytoverruled the motion for a new trial In the Powers case and gave tho attorneys for tbo defense tiC Sept 3 to file a bill of exceptions Ho ordered Powers removal to the Lonlsvllle jail for cafe keeping saying that ho feared the prisoner might cc cau3 if left la tho Georgetown jail Senator John Barrett has Issued a call for a republican joint caucus to be hold tonight to discuss the policy to be pursued by republican members during the session of the Legislature Tho call Invites Brownies and others oppos ed to the present election law to take part The antlGoobc menlt s understood however will bold separate cut cus The will of the late C P Huotlnc ton was filed for probate In New York Tbo Southern Pacific railroad stock Is bequeathed to Mrs Huntington and Archer M Hnntington Tho largtr portion of the estate is left In trust fcr tbo benefit of tho various heirs Prli cess Hatzfeldt Is left 81000000 In trust the principal to go to her Issue at htr deathOf the presidents Adams federa tlonlst Polk Buchanan and Clevelard democrats Taylor whig Llnolr Hayes Garfield and Harrison republi can did not when elected receive a majority of the popular vote The highest percentage of popular vote re celved by any president was 05 07 for Jackson democrat In 132S and the lowtel 39 91 tor Lincoln republican In 1800 Hayes and Harrison with the exception of John Qulncy Adams who was chosen by the House of Representatives wero the only presidents ever elected who did not have a majority over their principal competitors and Tilden aua Cleveland tbo only defeated candidates who had a majority over the prciidcnlelcct Had bo lived Gov Goobul told the editor of the Owensboro Messenger he would have changed the election low so as lo Insure both loading parties equal representation In every polling place and provide for representation of both leading parties on the county and State canvassing boards Under the law that precede the Goebel law this was not guaranteed and frequently not possible Mr Goebel aleo wanted the party omblems on the ballots removed Ho d lred to provide for this In the original bill but deterred to ibo very foolish wo ihink objections of some of his friends This will also probably be proposed when the amendments are ollerid When the law has been thus amended sayiTlhe Messenger It will stand as ouo of the bus and fairest in operation In the whole country as in deed It Is now notwithstanding tho abuse and misrepresentation It has suf fared Low RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAIL tyAYSoutnern railway announces rate of one hue for the round trip to following points from all stations In Kentucky To Shelbyvlllcr account Shelby county fair tickets on sale Aug 28 29 30 and 31 good to return until Sept lto Sbelbyvllle account colored fair tlckeis on sale Sept 0 and 7 good to return until Sept 8 to Lexington tickets on sale Sept 11 12 13 14 and 15 gild to return until Sept 17 Southern railway only line having throe dally trains between Louisville Shelbyvllle und Lexington For further Information apply nearest agent Southern Railways or write to Win H Tayloe Asst Gen Pas Ajt Louis ville Kyu COMING SOONJ CooperCosBig UnitoaRRShovn Will give two exhibitions at Stanford Monday Sept 3 Tho only big show that win vist Stanford this year Everything new bigger and better than everiOFaLADYGENTLENENj J GOM5 A troupe of Uova Japanese Petformew 10 In number the best In the world engaged at a salary of f1000 per week rapt Davis Champion High Diver performlncecorumellciogday and da- teStanford Monday Sept 3rd Rain or Shine I Dont WasteYour Money But come to us and get a Good Fancy Suit at Cost Straw Hats choice of our best 3 2 and 150 grade at L All Summer Shoes BELOW COST IT PAYS TO TRADE AT x THE GLOBEYour money back If yonro not sallsfel Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L JAMES CoFRYE i Hustonville Ky Nice New Dr Goods And potions r The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collars Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All theOJLatest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys gltattoTrussesOf All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able i Craig Hoeker Stanford r rrarrorFaeili ess ei lA A C SINECONTRACTOR t BUILDERS- TAl e FORD S31TTUCEY e I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attestled Lath Shingles Etc ILUIt1ber duplicate any pricesjoffered st THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TAKFORD KY AUG 28 1900 w P WALTONI flEMOCRRTIC TICIET For Pretldent W1LL1A W JEXXIXQS DR rAN OJ Arbraska For J7cePmldc1Il AD LAI E STEVENSON i OfJllinoii For Gorrrnor J C W BECKlfAtf- OJKtlxtn Jilr Cortgrtts GEORGE O GILBERT OfSlxlly THE call of Gov Bcckham for an extra session of tho Legislature has elic Iced both from newspapers and Individ ual citizen BUgpestlona and tnucb advice relative to the modification an amendment of the election law Hav Jpg never believed that the law Is in loqultou having always known that It- h a better ana a fairer law than the election laws of the republican States of Ohio and Pennsylvania enacted and maintained by republican legislators and enforced by republican oOlclale having been satiefled that the hue and cry raised against It by a large major ity of the black and Brown republicans was Insincere and hypocritical having known for many years that in political matters it Is Impossible to offend the moral sense of the republican party because It baala these respects no moral sense to offend having known for many years that this party has no patriotism except as the supply of that BQcttment is bought and paid fur that It is out for the stuff regardless of writ ten constitutions statutes usages and prescriptions that it bends its policies to suit its principles and violates Its principles to suit its policlestbat it had its origin is sectional hate and envy and organized Its original strength only to accomplish Its purpose to rob and steal from the Southern people that Its cry of reform is a mockery its pretense of honesty in government a shame its professed opposition to trusts afrauditeclalm of Interest In the peoplu a He having been so thoroughly convinced through all these years that these things are true tho iNTEltiOH JOURNAL has never taken any stock the sincerity of the republicans and their allies In the condemnation of the joebel election law upon the grounds urged by them To be plain the INTERIOR JOURNAL favors a few amendments of the law aA o to make it as non partisan as pose ale To be plain again it takes the de Ided position that tne Goebel law Is a better fairer a less reprehensible law than that which was enacted by tho legislature of Kentucky to put Into of sct the provision of the now constltu ton which received the sanction at the time of both democrats and rnpub Icansandof John Young Brown the ben governor We are not on the war- oath nor to invite or challenge any iflcusilon of tho relative merits of tiesa two enactments but hold our- sdye ready to prove to the satisfaction f any reasonable and candid man that le Goebel law Is an Improvement on keliw which John Young Brown ape roTcd when governor and that for v8rydofect In the Gosbol law there is liber a corresponding or a greater de ldet in the law which it supplanted ad yet the Goebal law is not perfeclI or thai matter no law is It can be proved by amendment or by mod In itlon or by addition or in all three b3Lrpi SY8tOOtDd the supplemental vice Is found Jtho Australian system of NUnIIippor cd bj democrats und rsns alike which followed the constltu lon The poiple throughout tho State re and have been dlsaAtlsQed with theI ustiallan law Wltb us it has been Kperlmeotal We found It to be eUIDI fcreotne complicated diftlcultof com peheoelon easy of evasion quite sue kptlble of successful violation and a ver of accomplished rascality In ie frame of mind the people were In jlth regard to this law and with a coo lIed understanding the dltTerence be teen it and the Ooebal law they have Wn disposed to ascribe all the defects lthe Australian system to the Goebel simply because they have been filed forward In that law Fbo chief defoai In the Goebal law that It does not strike down enough the evils which have alwaysjezlsted ice the foundation of our State gov p atnentln the election laws Ills well nembered that the knaves of the t g blicana made the fools of all parties jHeve that the law under which Goet 1 and Beckham carried on their CODk ts had no existence prior to the ebel law and that the Goebel lawt r ethat contest possible And this fall sample of the objections that holler than thou politicians urge ougbt1beAOQ any dlsuusalon of its merits or eras as compared with tho older may be academic but we repeatI r proposition offering to id if any Brown or black republl rassall it that for every defect kd In the Goubel law a correspond or greater defect can bo pointed injthe older law i therefore cot at tho demand of republican or any ally of the reo loans because they would be will tar wreck the State for a party ad 110I t y r vantage but In tbo Interest of all tbo people lot the law bo made as simpleI AS easily understood as free pllelty as possible The more valves tubes cocks and stop cocks there are to any machinery tho more dllllcult it Is of understanding the easier out of and the harder to mend The elm pier it law Is the better is the undo standing of It the better the understanding of It the harder it Is to suc cessfully dodge it evade it or violate It and if evaded or violated the easier and more certain tho punishment I possible all election laws should as c simple as a call of tbo ayes Rod noes or holding up of the right band Voting should bo in tho open but n no one near the voter but the officers o tho election Poll books should be preserved and the evidence of how sac one voted If a contest bo made should be accessible We may neveran unhappy thought it ISIlot back to tho old honest man ly viva voco system the system which corresponds so well with tho character and history of Kentucky people and the free born race of Virginians from whom they sprung but we may hope we may get tolerably close to it in the simplicity of its methods and iu ease of comprehension If eon we have re trleved a part of the lost ground JOHN D WHITE as the prohibition candidate for governor wont cut much figure when the votes are counted but he will make things interesting during the canvass If given any sort of u chance The crested jayhawkcris nOt er so happy ns when raising a row and wading In gore Mr White has always been a prohibition advocate but has republlcan n the flesh He couldnt stand Ycrkes on a platform of assassination and McKinley committed to the canteen curse In tho army herb of which be are worse than any election law could be IN the last issue of his Rough Rider from his safe retreat at Ponovllle Ind t Charles Finley scathes the verdict rendered In the Caleb Powers case He aye it Is the most wretched mocker of justice that has ever disgraced Kentucky and nothing like it has happen ed since the Dreyfus case dishonored Franco It Is natural that Charley should take this view of the case He has got to pass through the same mill himself as sure as he lives and if he la not ground exceedingly fine it wont be for a lack of corroborating evidence that he was in the conspiracy JAILER PFLANZ of Louisville is allowing too much sloberatlon eve Convict Powers He might emulate the example of Sheriff Robinson Union county 0 who sends back to the foolish women the flowers they send to a suspected murderer There is just a little too much of the hero mancf iclurlng business in the Powers case and the people who know by the proof how guilty he is of complicity in the assassination are getting sick of i JOUN D WHITES cacdldacy forgo ernor on the prohibition ticket has produced the biggest crop of paragraphs that we have had on one sub ject since Abdub Ely Ghooly Kahn the late Turkish minister to this coun try bnndled up his wives pipe and bath tub and departed in disgust be cause the president refused to behead the pestiferous paragruphsers for mak log such free abd contemptuous use of his name TUB Hon Bill Beckner of Clark who has been on the down grade for years tried to break into the republi can party and secure be nomination Congress In the 10th district but be trot the Icy stare and the cold shake Tile Hon BUI has had no standing In the democratic party for years nor much standing anywhere since Gov Uradlcy curried him down so severely a few years ago IP the managers of Mr Verkes ore still pining for u bout in the political prize ring they should apply to John D White a respectable middleweight who has never declined a proposition of that kind If Mr Yerkes should make a reputation by knocking him out with kid gloves which is not at all likely Beckbams managers may then give a favorable consideration to his challenge COMPLAINING of his handcuffs Con vict Powers says I am not the man to run and never with Perhaps But be can not say he never did Had he been asked when caught at Lexington disguised and with an ccort of soldiers what made him run he would have had to reply like tbo Johnnie Reb told Gen Gordon when similarly questioned Jes1 because I cant lip to CHARLES N PURVIS of Williams irt Pd has made himself a pauper by paying the debt of his father and randfather who broke la 18G3 It Is ey common for children to look alter ho credit side of their parents affairs ml this is the only case on record where they have paid any attention to be debit side THE gray gelding told Convict Powers that ho was a martyr The convicts pinion of the g g is not given but he doubtless winked the other eye over his ease in apparently tooling those who would not believe Powers had Goebel killed if they bad seen him do t There are none so blind as those who will not seebJUDGE CANTRILL overruled the mo lion of Powers attorneys for a now trial and at the same time should have entlhe last son ofagun of they to jell for contempt A life term In jail however would not purge John Young Drown of the contempt In which all honest people hold him tit Il lirif ifthi CALKII POWEKS Is again indignant because bo was handcuffed when taken from Georgetown to tho Louisville jail If ho considers himself bettor than other felons the sheriff should humor this whim when he takes him to the penitentiary by using manacles of caste Iran VERKES will open his campaign at Bowling Green Sept 3 and will speak dolly to the 16th Most of his speech will doubtless be devoted to answering himtnestle ago and which ho has studious ly refrained so far from answering POWERS was taken from George manacledt thehhas been shown to be not only a beast but u brute of the most cowardly type THOMAS BIIACKBTT REEDS letter in which he agreed to make speeches for tbo republican ticket has never reached the committee McKinley should discharge his postmaster gener al on account of the loss of so valuable a document In his department CHARLES DENIJV who was appoint ed by McKinley as a democrat on the Philippine commission bas written a letter urging the reelection of the man who honored his Gratltnde Is a noble virtue but such a sell out Is Ignominious MR M F HETHBHINGTON one of the best writers In the Suite has sold the Lebanon Falcon to Mr Charles L Hunter and will go South to live the mores the pity for Kentucky dente racy and journalism Mr ENLOU was beaten for the noml nation for Congress in the 8th Tennes see district The democrats evidently- s wanted to rebuke him for starting paper that has turned no dirty and tits reputable as the Louisville Dispatch IT Is inconceivable why Mr Yerkes a good Presbyterian brought up on the Shorter Catechl8mwshould besoaverse to answering a few questions propound- y ed with the vew of teaching sound doc trine to the Voters of the State POWERS says that if be were turned loose in the streets of Louisville he wouldnt try to escape It this be true his conduct in Louisville would be very different from what it was in Lexlng ton BULLY for the prohibitionists They expelled two of the delegates to their convention at Louisville for advocat rlog an endorsement of Yerkes and the making of no nomination for governor tRussia has contracted with a Chlca go tlrm for 0000100 pounds of beef to feed lie armv in China The Spanish government has decreed that beginning Jan 11001 the hours shall be counted from 1 to 24 A large number of the G A R men Chitcago and the city Is crowded with vis itors Hon John S Rhea was renominated for Congress by acclamation by the democrats of the Third district at Bowling yesterday afternoon Over delegates a are expected to attend the annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association which begins at Bowling Green today Staid old Philadelphia gained 2357 per cent in population during the de cade The now census gives it 1203 007 On an excursion train which ran from Mlddlesboro to Stonega VaI Boone McLueery shot and finally In jured Kirk Hodges Two persons were killed and four wounded three pernapa fatally and a house burned as the result of un ailI night battle between a mob and Mrs Dr C W Wright at Glluian1 IIII charred with killing a girl blSIIno that they had the fight of their lives before them and that they must not take anything for granted Last seashore excursion to Old Point Comfort Va On Thursday Sept titb the Chesapeake d Ohio Hallway will run its lust excursion lo Old Point Comfort leaving Lexington on regular trains at 1120 A M and 845 I ht re spectively reaching Old Point tbei next ufturndou Tickets will be 913 for the roundtrip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling good re turning 15 days from date of sole Stop over will be allowed on the return trip Send In your names for sleeper rrfservaUqn George W Barney Diy Pass Alt Lexington Ky thanksA card of to the kind people of Stanford who blood by us In great trouble especially to Mr HulI din wile and Mrs Farris who were so apPIejelatefor the respect shown us I will thank kIDdot88Iand If you have a baby in tire liouso you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or t diarrhoea so common to small children O P M Holllday of Deming Ind who has Ion eleven months old chld says the months of Juno and July our aby was teething and took a running oil of the bowels and sickness of the stain ach His bowels would wove from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains olic Cholera and Diar sheen Itomcdy in the house and gave him four drops in teaspoonful of water and ho got butter at once For sale by Drain Hocker Druggists ol a1t1 i J BLUEGRASS SEED I goalIluebefore you buy L C MSN Mr SAt or KY VauUHl To Rent A Rood Farm containing trout 1JO to 5SO acres Address ADVcnTistn Lnncnx tcr Ky FRUITTBROSMORELAND ICE IOBFurniture Undertaking Goods and Livery Tell4coptCIrouIn chain frames THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FIRSTCLASSHotel 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatre Strcet cars pass the door lo all parts of The City Everything neat and clean AN ORDINANCE To rtedufe anti EaeindeCertain Territory From The 1rewnt llouodary and Limits of the Cfty of Stanton ICy The City Council tip ortlaln at follows There thai ba excludes from the present limits of tho of Stanford all of that territory outride of th tallowing lines and boundary towt Urgln nine ataatikeat Hundleja Ml gale pat near rlghtofwav of the tOlllnlle A JiwhTllle nil rod thence Nnrth Sl EaitII2 soles to North west corner of John llrlsht and eoruer llaller In ioodnljhtsllne theses North SSH Ea tai niles toNurthweit corner of S J ruibrya garden thsce South Cut 109 olfelo a alalo on of Nuodary line and cal rcetlunq alt line from th center of tlm ntsnfonl nJ t b Urchin turnpike thenc South lSt tat T610D ints to a stake houlU bank ol at A branch on laed of potnStanford anti tPIl Creek turnpike near the lot ot Trtbble thence South uS Wt 1111110 poles to a tike at Southeast corner of J S Hock cra yard thence South 79 We t 310 poles to a take at aouthweit corner of 8 Itftnghnuns yard thence North 4S1J Went lofi pole to a list- Northaslof In the Stanford and Uuttonfllle turnpike 10 Northeast abutment of the brUxe Ihtnce North ra i West W idea to I take In Ito ol II F llout and the cemetery lot thence Non West 43 J10 poles Ibo lexlnnlnir corners llundleya Eat gate post Salts llnca hn fro and commute the limits and boundary ol the CUT ol Siaaford JNSIEEFELbiayor- J 11 HUOIirs pert JG+ IcGbMY UNDEBTAKBB y Manufacturer and Dealearln HARNESS SADDLERY SsC Stanford Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPA THISTS Will be In Danrllle W4needayslaodFridays be In Stanford Tumlayf Thuradayl and Sat urdaya- Ufiice In the t nnln ton Uulldlnj Stanford lice hours0toICAr1totr OSTEOPATHY Thl Science originated and dereloped by Dr A T Still of KlriKllle Mo depeuilt on the principles of Anttoiuf and 1hyilology fur its file mit It requires no filth no drug no rubbl no eratloni and claims king ul natural Oitdiptthy flews man at a maclilno ofan many urta lu keynote It adjiiitment When all lurta ate profwrly adjusted and not orerworktd health U the mull Some of the dl eoies treated by in Nerrou rronlrallon Heailaclm Neuralgia Ilheuiuathni Caiarra Weak Eyes lirjnulatcd Ud ioltn lOnlUlllIonIllash and InimlHai troubles flunuta of Runes aad Joints Spinal Curial urea Uldocatlona Stiff Jolriii lanlpl luoonilnenc of Urine Uieeinoier Alex Ulwaw a spadahyaouitatiuuFree tthYrrnra ttlnuulirlanatttetr S STYLISH RELIABLES E S Recommended by Ltadlnj = aGfM E CALLi4ZAR cp 1= NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE 5 trTlie a rrea are to te Inurtl Stra-yourdaterdesH not keep them tend 5 direct toutVneCentatsmpt rcc lrtii Adder your nearett point is Tim McCALL COMPANY 15 138 to 146 WUIh Street New York S nruxcn orncis189 Filth Ave ChljIandS sort Market At MS CALLS MAGAilNE = Drlghtest fllajiilno Published vS Contains Beautiful Colored Ilates S c lllustratei Latest Patterns Ka h IansFancp Work Agent every tlocality luulilulpremiumIG a littU work Write for rma and panic ultrt Siib crlpt nonly necpsiyuraIn- cluding a FREE rsltera rii4kLaftt1M41J141Ml4tnl SA rtM TilE McCALL CO BO YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS CO DESIGNSI Anyone sending a aketrh and detfIpUnn may quick ascertain our opinion tree weather an InvenUont prnbabl tommunle itrtctl confldantlaL Ilandbook on ratents 1e patents1atentsnottct without charlie tn Sclentilic fltnerkam It handsomely Ilnotrte4 weekly Largest or actentiao Journal Terms 13 I newslrolorjMUNN Brucb GUS McCORMAOKI Is n candidate for Auotsor of Lincoln count subject to the nctlon of tho demo ratlc jmrty GEO A EUBANKS Is a critidtdato for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nctlon of tho democratic l any JAMES T JONES la a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic parr ty Will LANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action THALES H VRIGHT Is a candidate for Asscsnor of Lincoln county subject to the altlon of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailor subject to the ac tion of the democratic party Ho solicits your support JOHN C PEPPUBSI- s candidate for JallcV of Lincoln County subject to tho action of tho democratic party Your support Is solicited For Sale Or Trade I Two No lUrdsen Closer llullen t years old One Champion Hock Crusher one pony Saw Mill llrennan Coa make a newt one It bore rower Jluber traction entlne Are yon old one bone power Uiai Seutit to traction ptoe two yeses old All them guod uirantrcd lo lrin erfetturder Tcrroiruh WJ DelUfN kyeTWO FARMS FOR SALE IUnIO decided to change niT vocation I will sell fanu on width live 34 of a Aneebutton Ind that tine corn and me llow load tuLnrosOacmLuplutdaodwell adapted to corn wheat blue grave aol other crolr A brick dwelling of rooms and cellar a well of iplendld limestone water at the door two goal tenement houtra new barn sal all necenttry oullmllJIop with plenty ol goal roll sad an abundanci of stock wa er wake fhb the toot desirable luau In tbla d 01 bOlOUnlJ MM a firm of about 100 acre mne from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster ilrectoppoilt the fa won Crab Orchard All In IJ with a withaAbw a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on foncac ter street with cUtern grate Ac tlached orfurthe particular call on oradInu U H lIKUNAUdll Crab Orchard Ky OLD MOCK WHISKY George O Weatlierford has a contract for FeLL CONTItOI AKU SUB of Old Mock Wills Icy In IIustonTllle ll O MOCK Danville Ky FOX S LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses iyid Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager J We PARKHILL M DI HOMEOPATHIC PEYSICIAN eJllorleneaInoffers Ills services to the public of Stanford nail vicinity Special attention given to chronic caws Ufllce Court tlonna over Ileailoy pros Livery Stable Office hours from to S P SALE OF LAND AND STOCK In order to divide lb estate of the late Mr Martha Hlogteton I will oMer for ulson the preii lies near Crab Orchard oil Saturday Sept 1st IOOO Her farm containing = == = AC === Of Rood MuegraM land well Improved with brick hmx nf wit n twill well spring garden orchard to llalfcatli bilancelu 12 mouth with Inlereti IVxtoenrtinglTenatmwi aterwaarecons- plied with At unit time I will Mil iom Hens Oowa Sale at Nharp C II SINOrHTON Admr BUR SMUDBSl ESTATE AT AUCTION u I will sell nt public auction to the highest bidder o- nMonday Sept xotli 1900 County Court cloy la Stanford 30 or 4i shnreii of Lincoln County Niulonnl hank Stock 6 Room ICtMldencn in Itowlund Ky witii good burn and other outbuildings and a 6torohou e In Rowland Kv SexflO SI feet hlRh and two stories A iltiidld lo cation Possue lon given at once Jail If you wish to see the proixirty or write If you desire a fuller dosrrlptlon TKMMS Onethird ollsh balance In one and two yenta ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky IPUBLIC SALE OF CASTLE COBB On Wednesday Aug 29 1900 hIghIfarm tho lute home of Richard Cobb tie leased Said farm containing ABOUT 300 ACRES Of tho finest quality anti best watered blue- grate land In Kentucky It Is situated on the waters of tho IliuiKliiK Iork In Lincoln county Kyonthe Stanford Mllledgo yule four miles from Stanford and In connected with Danville nnd all sue rounding town with turnpike roads It Is onvvnlnnt to Cincinnati touthoru and L t N Uullroad Stations with good social and educational advantages and church conveniences The residence ls n gooci frame dwelling of to rooms and two attics two largo barns crib stock icicles icehouse and all other necessary outbutldlngn also a splendId young In blinrlng Farm Is and tho greater portion of It In blue grass tut a number of years The land will be sold Jn one or two tracts according to best bid At the same tlmo nnd Place will be sold about 21 acres of Inobland nnd some personalty lilchurd Cobb Jr near Jvnvlllo or Mr Kenloy Trlbblo on the premises will bo glad to how anybody the place may dchlro to see it made known on of gale Possession for seeding will bo given sown practi cable and full possession Jan let 1001 SIt1011AIWExecutor EVRYTHTNOGOES It must go we cannot nUll will not carry over any thins In Summer Goods W 0 hove only a few peeks left to dispose of them but we will pay you to help ui For every dollar in value that goes ojit of our house wo only expect to receive 75c In say compensation lead below and see if you dont think wo moan every word wo J Domestics and Dress Goods 44 Brown shooting ua auuo aenuunuou 6c 4JcDcnhnmxa a1S 33cAjoSuperb35c for uu u ijjc HEAVY DRESS GOODS lIeIIrigbtTinted eflicM in overplalil Joule Suiting only 16o Double width fast black Honrlelt only IBc READYTOWEAR GARMENTS MCUB Linen cotta only 62e toys Linen costs t 2Sc Mens blcocottonadd iianta 30e 5ficItoyeNotions and Furnishings 2 Boxes wire liairplnj 5c t3 Iapora brass pins so Len edge or hemtltclilod flllbrohlrcd corner handkereldeb Oe All Shlrtwalslljttl this week for 391 Suit of Mcni Balbriggan underwear 4So tires fancy illk bow Ties for standing or turndown collars lOc OcUenMens colored Shirts and 2 collars 60e ISoMODgoodMons Shirts 48e BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES tt 1 Childrens all leather good quality school Shoes 4e JUOAll03cionseolidcalflacoorGbngreusboeeworth Louisville StoreS LINGER BROS PRORS T D RANF3Y MGR tl SS S S 1 SS I S S- SCLEANUPe SALE e On e Womens And Childrens Shoes And Slippers eIfyou want Bargains see our BARGAIN COUNTER IN E PERKINS SCrabOrchard Ky 1 0 Ifo Be WfflNERTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Proscriptions carefully tilled day or night 1alont Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful iino of Stationery Ulan hooks of every description Olllco Long Distance Tel- ephoneCLOTHING SUITS OvercoatsAnd a NEW FALL STYLES Buy early while you can get what you want See the New Oxford Creys Curpmins t1 McClary Ja A ALLEN A CO Contractors And J3uildersISTANFORD KY 19luht Post Jtc We make estltuatos on any kind of work wanted OJilco opposite Dr L looks I 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Auo 28 IpOO n E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOEU TUB boat materials combined with carp skill and accuracy Insuro good results No other methods aro over used In our proscription work Penny Drug Store IPERS iLS 811 continues of Richmond is at Llnnlolia Mite EMILY PATTEHSON Is visiting relatives In Lexington J O McCLAKY spent several days at Grab Orchard drinking water Mil JAtii ItoY of Frankfort was hero with old friends Saturday I Mite JENNIK CAIIPKNTKU of Ilus lonvlllo was hero shopping Friday JOliN L lime of Lincoln spent several days hornSomoraet Journal MHSIUMKS S II DAUOUMAN and W N Craig uro at Dripping Springs Miss MAKY HUDSON of Danvlllo has been tho guest of MlM Mary Boat IcyMnM0 WILLIAMS wife and ohll drou arc veiling relatives In M t Vcrv tnon J OAIIVEII JONH8 and children arc visiting Mrs Sowoll Given and family MIIH LEWIS KOOKHS of Millers burg U tho guest of Mrs K P Woods MISSES KATUHHINB AND VANNIR BUCK are visiting relatives In Russell t countyMISS VinoiNlA PIOKBTT has retuVn od college Palm bur hove In Shelby ready for dMnsaiis M S AND J W BAUOII SIAN will attend tho Shclbyvlllo fair this week Miss BETTIB PAXTON Is back from an extended visit to Louisville and Lexington Mil JOSH ADAMS of this city has gone to Somerset where bo intends to etart a bank Mils R T BRYAN and MlssTommle Bryan of Franklin aro guests of Mr J S HundleyI Mil W U WILKINSON and family of Liberty wero gucsu of the family of Mr Isaac White MR MATT WOODSON of Middles boro was down to sea his little daugh ter who continues vcry l Ins W B McKlNNKY and daugh ter Nancy Catherine are spending a week at Dripping Springs Miss ANNIE BIILLE WOODS went with Mrs S M Allen to Mlllersburg yesterday to pay her a visit MIIS NANNIE WBAHBN of Lexing ton Is with her son Mr W II Wear en and other relatives hero MUM FRANK BELL and Miss Julia Watt of Fayellv aro guests of Mr F K Trlbblo at Cattle Cobb MKBSIIS HOMER BATSON and Odo Shugarr of Lancaster tooK the train here for Macklnao and Duluth Sunday Missus ALLBNB AND ANNIE Fox of Danville aro expected tomorrow to pond i tow day with their uncle Rev Frank W Allen OCR pronpocu for a good fair are- S flattering said Secretary J W Tate who was hero Saturday advertising tho Brodbead fair which begins tomorrow MISSES PEARL AND NANNIB ROSE of Hustonvlllc were IlIeltt1 of Mrs U C Allen They wore on their way to Tatham Springs llarrodsburg Demo cratMRS J E CLACNCII looking as pretty HS over upont several days with her parenU Mr and Mrs J E Lynn while her husband went to Cincinnati to buy goods MR D s CAHPBNTHR and wlfo and Mesdames Mary J Weatherford Sallie Shlpmao and John B Rout of the West End are back from a stay tit Russell Springs MR M O COOICSTON the gentlemanly manager of the advance ear of Cooper Jt Cos olroiui which will ox j hlbit at Stanford Sept 3rd was here Frldav BdvortUlng j Tnt following little ladles spent sev I eral days with Miss Salllq Lynn who entertained them royally theses Clara i and Frances Cooper Margaret Warren Mary Bureh Sarah Dunn and Katie Ponce Mil AND MRS J S ARMSTRONO of ol Texas were on Saturdays train on route to visit Capt and Mrs F J White at Lancaster having como this fur with their daughters who have gone to Europe WE had the pleasure of the company of Mr Harry Glovannoll and lee pret ty wife of Danville for a portion of our return journey They had been to s Atlantis City and like wo had to climb over a tunnel to got homo MR AND MRS GEORGE W RUSSELL aged 81 and 80 respectively loft Sutur day for Indianapolis to visit their child ren This tho second time Mr Rus sell was over out of Kentucky and ho IIveliln six miles of where ho was born Miss ETHEL CLOYD HUN of near nustonvllle will give a birthday party this evening at her handsome country home Rlohland Residence All those who have been fortunate enough to get au Invitation may expect a most oojoyablo time HON G G GlLlJERT has appointed Charles North son of Hon M P North of Uustonvllle as alternate to tho U S Naval Academy at Annap oils Ho was examined last May for certificate and received thoa county highest grade certificate of any of the who were examined If31 applicants examined ho will doubtleaa successfully examinations topaea too ontranca the Academy Ho is now touching the Elchland school In this county HIs or friends would all like to see him succeed In his a1 11100 to become a naval cads I f J Mns STEKLK BAHHY is Buffering from blond poisoning Miss NEiiiR J rI RON of Purls 18 visiting Mrs O C Givens Miss GEOICOIA LEWIS took her els tor Miss Margaret to Boyle yeeterdav to visit friends D S WoonvAltl of London Is working for Agent J S Rico while ho U taking a few days off lION P M McIloUKRTS loft ycater day for Frankfort ito be present at roll call In tho extra session of tho Legis lature Wits A AuiUMB Mrs J W James and Miss Jean Buchanan wore on yea tordaya train on routo to tbo Lebanon FairMit AND Mns J F CUMMINS have gone to Crab Orchard to stay u fow days tbo old man being somewhat un der tbo weather MIt A E GODWIN and Mies Cline Guest of Niwhvlllo and Mr IL W Gaucho of Clarlcivlllu Tonn aro vie Itlng at Mr Illcbnrd Ulbbi Miss ANNIE HIATT one of tho finest looking girls In tbo county leaves today to visit her uncle Mr John Mc Ilvoy at SprlnjjUeld and attend the flr Du W P HAUVKV of the Baptist Recorder and Mrs Colllnceworth of tho Baptist Orphans Home woro hero yesterday on route to the Taloa Creek Association Mtt AND MRS J W HAYOKK and family will leave fur their now homo atI Winchester Wednesday night vcryI much to tbo regret of all our people who bespeak for them as warm friends In their now homo iu they leave In tbo old Mil Jour 0 McAiiSTKlt who came In from Missouri to see his mother who wo are glad to say Is much bettor was In to see us yctorday and le- the warmest democratic number that wo have scon for some time Democracy Is a part of hlsrollfflon and ho Is greatly disgusted to find some of thooo who wero made what they aro by the democratic party now pigging with the rooj publicans after gelling all they can reasonably export from the former par t7 LOCALSI NEW Dlso plow at Hlpi0 dz Mo Kloneys TUB best on earth is a Hanan shoe JP Jones DUGGIUS harnesswhip o cheap at Wcaren Bro forgentlemen Cum wins k MoCUry y SEE tho early fall hats Mrs Kirby and Miss VanDovoere UniiOUNi Bccondhand school books at Craig k ilockera JONES lahowiug dead loads Of pretI ty things In fall dross roods CAitLOAUof tho celebrated Horse Shoo fortllUer lust received Beazley A Hays II SALFW C Shanks hasbought orI Mil Woodlo Halo CO acres adjoining his placo at 10260 TUB hillacademand public school will all open Monday next and most of the children aro sad TWOTHIUDS of your life Is spent In your shoos LUnana shoes will make lid a pleasure J P Jones Youit arenow poet duo and you must not put olT paying them long or but como at once S M Owens Hhorlll I MYRltS S LIIIS of tho Hustonvlllo Roller Mills have begun the erection of another large elevator The one they hud was too small for their largo and I ocrcasing buslnoM Mil J W AlUMH bought at corn mlMlonora rah the house und lot of 2fi acres on Danvlllo pike occupied by W L Dawsou for 11000 and void It tbo same day to Mr Dawgon for 31A0 TUB ftlampii that wero stolen tromI the post ofllce at Uowlund were found Saturday under tho building They wore mostly duo 4 0 and 8contor tad the thief no tt ubt found he could not dispose of thom readily J L BOSLEV tho odltorposimhsler of Parts formerly of Lincoln couotI made some strictures on Jailor Klser InI bill paper KUer attacked him about It and they went nt It u la Corbett but they were separated t eforo tbo rO ultI was reached THE Courier Journal notifies us that after Jan 1 it will double tho price of Its SemiWeekly That Is U will be f1 Instead of Mo You can save 75o by aubicrlblng to U stud tho INTEIUOK JOUKNAL before thou getting both pa pers for 81 25 GKEAVBR Mrs Uiohurd Grcavcr who made her homo with her brother W R Frotwell ut Mlddlesboro diedI Saturday and her romaine wero brought here and Interred In Outlalo cemetery Sunday She formerly lived at Rowland and died of cancer REPORTS from Somerset show the Someriot flanking Cos affairs to be In an exceedingly bad condition with the chances that the stockholders will not only lose their stock but bo assessed to pay the depositors besides Somebody bas boon criminally careless it seems A good slice of tbo stock la hold here NEXTl0MONDAYltoo J C Beckbam of Sholbyvllle a fine ora tor and a tried and truo democrat and Mr Will J Price of Danville district elector also a good speaker und a dem ocrat who Is destined to wake name and fame will speak at tho courthouse at 2 P M next Monday Sept 3 Dont full to hoar them Hon II C Warren will speak at Danvlllo that day r t FIVE bushels of chicken feed for SI J H Biiughman ft Co WIuro F rhoLlghtnln Hay Prose and repairs Wearen Hron TUB police court had a big docket yesterday mad a number of fines won turned Into the treasury THE Albright Hotel Brodhcad ha I made ample arrangements to accommo date guests during tho fair Also feed iublo T NEW EddyiiiksBranddnburgclotbw- percales calicoes outings and hanncl ettca for early fall sowing at Severance A Sons J ANCE DoitlNO will run a restaurant and Ice cream parlor during tbo fair at the Albright stand Watsona Drug- Store Brodbeid THE lion G G Gilbert will speak at the Brudhcad fair Tbursday and Dr J M Williams Is expected to speak Friday Whats tbo matter with a joint debate SEiTEMiiEit 22 Is tho last day for ill ing claims road pike or other kinds against the county No claims will bo filed after that date U B Cooper clerk BASE BALL Lancasters second team wont to Hustoovlllo Saturday afternoon und cot beat 10 to 4 Our second team will play Lancaster there thle afternoon TillS toohottest spell slnco the signal service was ceUblUhed 23 years ago At Louisville the mercury went from 07 to 100 for 21 consecutive days and only railed to do so one or two days since LIOUTNINO struck a chimney of JIW Baugbmana residence during tbo storm tho other night and running down it into the bath room damaged the tub considerably Mrs Baugbman was In the room but was much moreI frightened than hocked CllAWKOUD Mrs James M Crawford ono of the best women In Rock castle died at her home near Brod bead Saturday after a long Illness of dropsy Besides her husband a nnm bar of grown children survive She was a half sister to Mr Ross Hlatt of this county LANCASTER COUKT A fairly good crowd attended Lancaster court yes torday and tbe few common callle there were not much In demand A lot of heifers brought 31 to 4o and several butcher cattle at 21 to 3o were about all that changed hands Mules were In demand at ISO to 8120 A number of sheep sold at S3 25 to It Horses wero dull TILE C te O is noted for the regular of Its trains but It seems to reserve wont for ua or wo are a Jonah Two years ago wo ware detained hours by a washout and Friday tunnel that had stood tbo wear and jars of 30 yearsI caved In and 10 coaches of people with express mall and baggage care bad to be transferred across the moun tale a distance of over two miles ne cessitating a delay of seven hours our train reaching Lexington at midnight when It should have gotten thorn at li oclock DR WILLIAMS Tho Louisville Tunes tells sumo talc out of school oa Dr John Mason Williams the recently discovered fetatesmvn by the repub licans It says that when ho lived In that city he was considered democrat a base ball rooter and u dead game I start and that he tried to open a adjoining Mucvuloyd theatre 6111000J plied for the license under the J Williams The license was od but subsequently a big howl wont up from church people and tbo license was revoked on the ground that Wit laws was not a housekeeper Ho fa ellltittod notion by withdrawing hit up plication Subsequently Dr Williams went to war aa a contract army sur geon and wo suppose he will make u rough rider race for Congress a 111e RoocvolU have been assigned byI the Campaign Committee to 00 of the 111 counties ot the State to open up next Monday Judge R J Brcckln rldgo will speak at Lawrenceburgj N B Hays ut Plnovllle R C Wurren lOtI Danville Virgil Smith at Liberty W Hansford at Manchester W B Smith at Lancaster C C Williams at McKee C W Metcalf at Barbourvllle Henry Hazolwood ul London J C Beokham and W J Price at Stanford lames D pluck at Richmond John S Rhea ut Lebanon G G Gilbert and Low Wallace at Harrodsburg Bon V Smith and Lotcher Owsloy at Smear set J MortRothwcll and R H Tom llnson nt Mt Vernon J Dole Stone at Jamestown George E Stone at Colum bill John Bertram and W R Cress at Montlccllo GAHRAIID tocRATSfleforo Ron G Gllberts splendid speech at Lun caster yesterday afternoon a large number ol democrats gathered at tho courthouse and took stops toward organizing a democratic club which they named in honor of Mr Gilbert Joe E Rob neon stated the object of the meeting und W I Williams nominated A R Denny for chairman and J E Robin lion G D Swlnebroad for secretary nth of whom were elected by accla mation Alter ringing resolutions wero adopted the chair appointed tbe follow ing gentlemen to secure members to tho club R L Davidson Frank Pierce Robert Arnold G B Swine broad und M F Rout A motion to adjourn until next Monday afternoon to elect otUcora carried and the tempo rary organization will remain In etTecl till then Tbe democrats then llatenod 10 Mr Gilberts splendid effort of It ours and felt much the bettor for bay ing dono ao c ice GEO H FARRIS CO ore tho latet- to get a handsome cash register COOPER tt Cos circus will spree Its tents hero next Monday Sept 3 aDd everybody will be here i OUR stock of QQucu swum Is about complete Call and see It Somethln pretty to ehowyou Goo 11 Farrl CoItBURNED Mm F FS Arnold was badly burned about tho face and neck I while canning tomatoes A can burt and lie hot contents did the work i SHIRT waists for men are In such de mand that our merchants have been unabln to get any to fur although a number of tbe more dressy youths have had In their orders for months Goo Ellis with II J McRoberie save he has dons his best to get In u lot and thinks ho will succeed la a few weeks IT la almost lllie stopping from tho I Sahara desert to the Garden of Eden coming from drouth ridden parched up Virginia to the green folds and I spreading shades of Kentucky There never was a more seasonable spell In tbo State than this summer and such a corn und tobacco crop was never seen In those diggings I FIND roost of tbo aemoarale un less tney be broken down politicians or railroad attorneys whose jobs depend on It aro coming back to the par ty II eald clever Lew Holmes the commercial evangelist to us Saturday Down In Greenaburg I asked the county clerk How many democrats In Green county went off last year Ho replied CO How many of them are back I Inquired Sixty was his answer and bo said be had talked with them all and know whereof bo asserted Till near Klngsvlllo was well attended each day and proved a source of great pleasure to tbe many old soldiers who were there In largo numbers As promised oratory was a bit feature Mud while all speeches ware good that of Hon R C Warren was especially so Good order was pre served throughout and the old soldiers are under obligations to Mr W L McCarty who personally superintend ed the affair Tbo music by tbe Stan ford band was greatly complimented Tbe fireworks at night wero greatly enjoyed 1000 you send any papers out of the State of Keotucky ono of our sub scriber asked us the other day and of course we told him that we do The question caused ua to look over our mall list and we find that the INTERIOR JOURNAL goes to every State in the union except Connecticut Vermont and Rhode Island It also goes to sev eral subscribers In the Philippine Islands f Cuba Porto Rico Paris Franco and other foreign countries We send 52 papers to the State of Missouri 37 to Texas 33 to Illinois 12 to Wyoming while in Kansas Indiana and Tennes Its circulation IB something like as good aa it la In Lincoln county THIS AND THAT J H Dunn bought of various parties 18 yearling steers at f2I3iID N Prewltt lost his 2000 racer SaUl Lyons of catarrhal fever Fox k McDowell sold to D M 30odd lSOOpound cattle at ic westl Price Bros of Garrard sold to Miller 44 050pound oalila at 415 Hon J S Oslo Sr bought of lien Bright a pair of twoyearold mules for 8230 Two hundred picked owes extra In size and ape G A Swlnebroad S Son Lancaster G A Swlnebroad S Sun sold it Lancaster yesterday 76 sheep at SI and a pair of mules for 8170 Lutes Co bought of J T Haokley 10 ewe lambs at iS and sold to R D Uallard 130 ewes nt 13 25 J J Thompson sold to C S Mllli r 10 OOOpouad cattlo at 4c anti a lot u i little heavier to A R Denny ut JiaIA C Robinson sold to Joe load of 13xs pound cattle at 51eI anil another load for October delivery it same J The Democrat says thero wero Gl0 cattle on the Wlnohuster market yea lerday common to fair prices ranging I from 3 to 5e Several hundred owes sold at 81 to 8425 and quite a number of next years lambs wero engaged at D to uic There was some demand for mule colts and ono extra inure mule coll sold for 17250 To Sell FarmsIYou want to drop an advcr llnemont In the IxSt rao intuln nuwapapur which Is SorrjcrscL thoI Two Inches ono month for II- In ndvanee K J OUIIDCLLjManager Somerset BroU Fair Aug 29 30 31 Lorsons desiring to go see Drodboatl Fair from Stanford and Lancaster can go In private conveyance as the Road Has Been Repaired From Crab Orchard to Brodhead and it is only coven miles FARM FOR SALE OouUlna 105 acres nnd la In iv Into of cultivation On the Slack pike 2u illei from Hustonvlllo and IS from More tad Union It a dwellluif ct live rooms nil good t ndnt house tivtldui well utbulldliiKJ Splendid orchard good and two iprlagj III wHTrnionrUustonvllle Ky llt tSIIEEP FOR SALU- I I have for sale 150 Mountain Ewes nn 1150 Indiana Sheep olio a lot of South Buck J H Roach Cooks Springs H toflico Jldwlnnd Ky SEED WHEAT AND RYE I have 1 000 biulicls of oxtra need wheat stud 3UO liutlielfi of exrellent rye for Biilo Cull and MP It IrlM tea Jllllblo MUlllltri FRED Stanford ICy ERILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of ZBRICKiAnd Lime Cement c c Write For like BIOHLAlfD Tho 600Acro Farm of tho lato D W Givoss tor For Salo Livo Stock On Wednesday Sept 12 1900 At 10 A M on the promises known as the S W Givens farm wo will yell nt public prpertyThuKnob Mrk tt Mutton on the L V N It II and on thin Stanford R Nhcthv tl v pike aye inlltit from HliuifnrU aid three trorn sljflbv City Thorp I a oiile tnrk 011111191 fur lOHillnp produce le It Is well wttrreil with springs jKiid and the Knub Lick plllleAI75 acres Is In iras und tho place Is known an bcln one or the flnMt stock farms In tho Seal Rvvrv ncro of It can be cultivat bulldingcontniuingiO good state of repair and modern In build There are all necessary outbuildings Also 100 acres ot good Knob laud At the same time we will sell 0 Shorthorn COWl S Jersey cow 7 yearling rod heifers 3 yearling steers 1 33 ewes 1 pair of work mules 1 work horse 1 t yrnr com blned mare 1 5yearold saddle mare 1 binder 2 mower tiny ratio cultivator and 1lowlI I roller 1 wagon surrey 2 sets of buggy harness household and kitchen fur niture We will alto tell excellent Victor Stock Scales bran new Thus tale Is made for a division of the ci tato W P GUIMESIreachorsvllles B W GIVEN9 Rubble Write either of tho above or call on 8 W Given or A G T Smith adjoining the placeCapt D English Auctioneer FINE FARM FOR SALE Dr I W Logtn tam of IV5 sera of Ko I Htoglng Kurlc l4Qil U fur Hie prlratflj It hit largelolbuilding Flftr 10 fiO acrrl Tlrgln toll uid bHull hid woononl rlnely wller1 and in all rniwcta a nntclaulTiii Ixxitcd Stanford k MllleJgf I Ille turnpike cooTMiteutlodrpoU on C S end- I t N railroads I11a Phome and II proftt Mint loTMtruent Administratrix Sale As administratrix or J V rcttus I will I will sell at public auction at Ids Into real j dence on tliH Lancaster A Crab Orchard plko near rreaclienrllle on MONDAY SEPT 3 1000 tho highest and best bidder the follow personal property 3 horses I mule 4 milk cow 4 calves 2 yearling heir en I bull ashes13 hopi about 30 acres corn In fltld lot wheat 44 bushels oats 4 stacks Timothy Imy 1 mower nearly new l- hay rake 1 disc harrow I corn drill I corn sliulhr and other funning Implements ret r blacksmith tools 1 annoy 2 buggies and harm a 1 ipilng wagon SO gallon kettle i lot fencing lumber organ and household p and kit hen furntureT- EHMS Sum of 910 and under cash ov er that amount tone iroilhs time without Interest Notes with stp roved tciirltv re jnlml MilS KEIIEUCV IETTrs J V Cork Auctioneer Admx BEAZLEY S HAYSU- NDERTAEERS I ALeO1rALga IY Furniture Iattinj8Uugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture fur all kinds of Stork Give them call Prices right Ia KENTUOKY IfJON a TEJ aa Iles tliaa a cat a day t TilE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky Tflie ireat Newspaper of the Blue Grass ITheMost Ably Edited Pa 1 per in the South From Now Till December I Seal Your Name tend Your Money NUW R 1 I ONLY1e r J CONCERNMyANCE COMPANY expired on the 21st day of the present month and lam N0 LONGER CONNECTeD With said company n any other official capacity J E OBLPH THE SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy it andSyouDwill make no mistake Also1 the Miama Valley Fertilizer We have been using this for several years with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY Reduced I 0 Prices on Straw Hats I CUT HALF INTWO We dont want to carry them over and almost any price takes them Ladies Slippers Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones loft A beautiful patent leath er for 8- 150ALLSUMMER000DS Must go and its your opportunity Ho JIo19Il OJffilrnRT uuIuISIG PreparationsFor New Goods Are arriving dally We will have for your inspection New Dress Goods Silks French Fannels Zeigler Shoes for Women and I hll dren and a fine line of Fancy Notions COME AND SEE US For your Fal needs The quality and price will pleas SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House The popularltf of the HANANSHOEIcereasee Shoo made in America That od chestnut about other makes being Just as good just as stylish and wearing just as long dont go with men that have tried them Donl waste your money on Shoes that dont suit you BUT IUANAN9tAnd have the best The above cut gives exact style of our Patent Kid Button Just in Dont fall to tee them JOHN P JONES Stanford a f Stanford Female College t STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and ElocutionI V Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres a THE INTEhlOR JOURNAL Entered n the i osl fflce at Stanford at tecondclatt matter 1ublSah5oSayaasad rt0av A- lS1 PER YEAR CASH VV Wfi n not topldSoowm e barged KNOXVILLE DIVISION Train going North MM Ma m Si HI a re 23 n ii South 33 a MHMUFor allllolnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No iS ArrrlTcsat Stanford at 108 No 24loaretanforlat 210 Ho Arrives at Ilowland at 1200 No K Pan Stanford at 230 P QUEEN do CRESCENT Train Roloj South pass Junction City No not stop No 3 1150 r NoJ 1122 AM No 9 SoJrGoing South No2 doeroIstop No4 34SA No 1 3S r NO 106 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Tralna leaf Frankfort at GiM 340 p and P MI connecting Georgetown with the U A 0 ItcturnlDff leave larli at 930 and 640 p reaching Frankfort after connecting with Q t C Iralniat 1121 x 710r w and 915 p Toe Utter train leaTC for fleorwtown at 715 p J n NLWTO1 U A SOUTHERN lull LWtIY IN KENTUCKY godsend Sotfttal U EfMt to 1800 itJD NO L No1 No X v Lou evUle 74sam 4Oopn 1yAr Sbelbyvllle 910am S2pm Ar LareneellIl 850am tpm 945pm- laiSwnAr Versatile 647pm I00ipm- ia4SainAr Lexington 715pm ia30pn WESTUOCND 0G No a No 4- ILT Lexington 780am 456pm 5Ibun Versailles 735om ropm lSSam Lareneebc 6SOatn 630pm am Shelbjrvlll 910am 015pm SSOam Ar LouirrlUa I0 0am 740pm 7Mim ASTBOUJD wx9TBOL1iD 74Opm11a10am2Spm TlSpm 1042am narodabgLr 440prn 730am IQMam Ar Durgin Lv 490pmt tl 8TDotntDI7OOi tHxaa tvr Louts l Ar ia40am 74irm- kfipm 910am Lv SbelbvllAr 9ham tlfipm Rpm 1026am Lv Vcrellcs Ar TWam Cpra TlOpm 1110am At Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pm ILOam Oeorctn LT 700am 3IUpm- LASTBOUND WLSTBOUNA tNo tftNa 61 STATIONS fiNoT SitXi 2 745am 400pm Lv IxjuIsvU Ar latOam 74 pm 6Wpm I Venllea llCCanll T35pm Mr Nlchlrlll lU 30pm Ai Rlchmnd LvIIrrtnDlOjpral Ar Irvine CTATIONa NO 03 Lv Loulxrlll fiam 742pm Ar Lexington ia4tamlOaupm Ar Knaxville 700pm 74Via Ar Asbcrllle VIOam Ar ArJacksonv111e Sannnuh 1IOpmI v t haiianooga tlOpm eaAr Atlanta IttSSpm llWam Ar Macon IMam SKtirn ArJacksenvtlleu83oam 10Qp Lv Chattanooga IWpm 045am Ar Illrrnfncham 1005pm ll4Sam Ar Meridian 233am BtODm Ar New Orleans SOam No 3 through sleeping car Louisville to lilr Incham via Lexington nod Chattanooga No 5 free observation chelr car to Lexington LoUIUIIII No 0 trea obserratlon chair car LouUrllle Nn ileeptng car 1llrmtnghsm to LouUTtlla via Lexington All trains between LouliTllle Lexington and BurKin dally Urtwrcn Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and IQdally Nos e7andGSddlyexceptSunday- Itetween Versailles Nlcholssvills Utch mond and Irvtnn dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains din rONjoW3d VPftOM J M CctPT Washington D C WaBhlnxmn TfriTtrRK pA WMUTATLOIAC lfIWaablngtvn D C Loul1II1 Gbdd Falls Hotel NO W OPEN Fare better titan over Fishing season In full blast Daily harks to and from station Lots of amusements A model Summer retort JKrite for catalogue and furl her partic ulan J B OWENS VGiiI flrler Lake KyI BETW- EENLOUISVILLE andlCUICA60i BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST t Tvs traits daily rxccpt Sunday to FBEHCn LiCK AND WEST BADEK SPRINGS UNION STATION STATION CHICAGOI Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers TV r vt cox n r AII ilfWT ljl ilI IU l t7h4 nV1 Jhl1JStO7f 7147SLA 1 iNew Teacher at District Four IDy Alice Waldron A6tc rKcDi ik tkDitiL A DtkllGr i- that morning thero was an UP01 amount of bustlo and confusion in the kitchen at the Mason home There was such a hubbub in fact that Mrs Mason declared when she stumbled for the third time over Jlmm vho wns trying to separate his overshoes from the varied assort ment behind the stove You ncvcrll get any breakfast Dill If you dont make these young ones get out of my way The kitchen was a low room large but seeming quite small rntherI count of the ninny thirigs intoIt The rough uupapered walls were decorated by a few brightcol ored picture cards nnd a calendar un der the clock shelf In one corner hung a gray wasps next still fastened to tho branch where it had been built Newspapers with their lower edges irregularly notched were tacked up to the windows for cur thins A row of caps and overcoats were suspended from nails in the wall by the door In the center of tho room was the breakfast table with the red cloth spread Mr Mason a tall angular man with n stubby red beard and great hairy brown hands was combing his hair before a crocked mirror Jim come round to this side of the stove Molly cant you set the table for your mother ho said turn ing to a girl of about 14 who sat on the edge of n chair slowly twisting the ends of two yellow braids around her fingers Im lacln my shoes she said seized with sudden industry Just then the door opened and Bud came in- Bud was a big stalwart boy of about 17 built like his father and of the same complexion lie looked at the table and scowled as he pulled off his coat Aint breakfast ready ma Well be late to school I reckon I guess you wont get n back seat anyway said Billy looking up froml hlff place on the floor where ho was rummaging an old wooden box for his pencils Joe and me are going to get there first and Tom Pierce will be there too- After breakfast the confusion began again with increased violence lIt Wtlll the first day of the winter term in the district school and all the boys had neglected to hunt their books and pencils until tho lnst minute but at last all were otto When Miss Gcrtudc Wells the new teacher carne up to the school house that morning she found n small boy with his shining dinner pail in one bare blue hand and a slate in the tJiieschoolshe drew near Good morning Cou are a little early are you not Come Iin and well see if we can have n fire pretty soon she said while she tin locked the door theIher Into the house put up his pall and cap nnd placing his slate on n desk came nnd stood by the stove Miss Wells wns a slight younglook ing girl With n pleasant mouth and merry blue eyes Little locks of red dishbrown hair cnrkd around her high forehead and her neat dark suit of smooth cloth was in excellent con trast to her white skin She took oil her wraps then lighted the fire sown pipelpupils began to come The boys their high topped boots and sbl faces and the girls with neatly braldJd hair and freshly starched calico aprons There was a decided preference for back Keats and those vho got them arranged their books in triumph whispering behind their Jurmls Miss Wells said very little beyond a pleasant greeting to each as he came in At exactly nine oclock she tapped the bell for silence Ibid Mason did not have a backseat but cat In front of Billy and Joe Moore who were triumphant No sooner was the teacher engaged with the little ones than Bud turned around and whispered Say you boysJvhatll you take mid trnde me recess Xaw retttrned we dont want to trade for notllln This Is n lots nicer seat for you Ills so much higher You cant wrHe back there Ineridtrllty was written on the smaller boys faces Nor pull Lucy Whiles hair added Hud making a suggestive motion towards the short toffycolored curls touchlngthc top of the desk Joe giggled and the teacher turned around Hud was sharpening his slnte pencil noisily Joe wr looking Into the clfsU with n very red into nnd Billys petted scratched busily across his slate The U number class sync be fore Bud had another opporiunlt3 to return to business Say Ill give you oerythlnsr Jnj got In my pocket If tradeLets sold Billy nnd Joe otter a doubtful pause Bud prodaicrd n bunch ofnrtlelesnnrt transferred them deftly to Billys hands around the corner of the desk Two heads went down behind It Pres thee carne up again and fully whispered Give us that knife onI found and unnlher pencil nnd well doItBud hesitated only n moment then he nrtloVs In question changed unmix At reerf the boys went whooping out SPAIM3 GREATEST NEED Mr U llnllmr or Itaiwloiin SIln IrdIliUwl lr at Alkrii S C Unk urrrw bad Htltfrrnp Inulu ihekacknl hli head On Jlcwrlo Ilium Amtrlcji grHdrct lllifnl ainl ftcWi IoniHly 11110 won lea Idea wyi nits irrnrii iin IIilii If what liNuiuntrv 5H la AT 4nmlr Vnuiri that Ii rurr liur Hnilklilnerimii IIUIIIIweaktbtluralllne you rtJ U Every Iwtile Druglms Colored Fair Danville Auir 2U 3M round trip rates In effect on days of thu lull vlu the Queen A Crescent HouwI all polnu between Oe irgetown and r i land the girls gathered In groups ol threes and fours nnd talked In Kr tones Recitations went on smoothly enough till almost noon Miss Wells makeIherpaper on the floor beside her She straight ened up We arc going to have n waste basket soon then there wont be any embarrassment about where to put such things she said pleasantly You may put your waste paper in tho coal bucket now Mr Mason Bud had stiffened up with a grin when she began but when she finished he rose went slowly to the paper picked it up nnd putting it in his pocket looked at Miss Wells defiantly She had turned her attention to Mary again rte walked slowly back to his sent Surprise was depleted on the faces of the older pupils What had come over Bud Perhaps it was the courteous ad dress At noon the children ate their lunches almost in silence until Jimmy Mason started to the door with a Alec of pie In one band his cap in the other Last one to the base Las to stand he shouted as he disappeared There was a rush for caps and hoods and the door then Miss Wells found herself alone At the last recess there was mor freedom and two or three of the larg est girls went up to the desk and spoke to the teacher Soon nil the girls had gathered around her and were listen ing to the conversation- In the last session of the day 15 min utes were given to all for the wrltln exercise Before beginning Mliss1Ve11 said Now It will be necessary for roe to rearrange the seating in order get the but results for writing toI I CANNOT ACCEPT THAT AS AN EXCUSE and Jennie may take the cant seat In front of John I think those back scats are entirely too pv for anyone Mr Mason will you please take the sent in front of you Billy and Joe may come to this one pointing to one near the frontA more assignments were matte but Bud sat still in the back seat toping P lightly on the 11esk with his pen ell and looking out of the window A queer expression came over the teachers face Let me see did I ask you lo change to the sent in front Bud turned quickly Im not gOlnlto toke wrltin The teacher looked at him for a moment Then shcturned again to the school and titter a few more Instructions as to position gave the sig nal to begin She passed along throws e looking at the work going a hint to the older ones and assisting the little beginners to form the first let ters and to hold the obstinate pen steady Why de you not wish to take writ Ing Mr Mason 1 she asked pausing by Iris desk Bud looked up half leeringly I reckon its cause I dont wont to I cannot accept that as an excuse said the teacher gravely I am required to teach it Please move to the seat In front and take the exercises with the others Miss Wells eyes had a stern expres sion and her voice wns kind but firm Bud looked up dazed Why didnt he laugh and make the others laugh with him What were all the smart things lie was going to say The teacher who had gone to the desk XU iZndinLover a book Her cheeks wer eyes were hidOcu Bud sat still She was hunting something in the desk HIM moved uneasily shuffling his feeton the floor He began slowly to pull out his books Well hows the new teacher asked Bill Mason that evening at the supper table I think thes pretty said Jimmy with his mouth full of mush guess shellmake us mind said Molly wltli a sldewlse glance at Dud Wen hilly She made me change my seat cause the desk watt too high to write stud Billy hi tones of deepest scorn Mr Mason laughed then looked at Bud but he caught his wife a eye and said nothiug more till thai night after all the children had gone to bed I think Ill hove to go down to school one of these days he remarked Ills wife smiled and repliedOhl don t think a teacher is worth much who cent teach school without the ill rector running In to help her lad Masons combative nature had been conquered by kindness and firm ness During that term nnd the fol inIthcdesire of one day becoming n student In the rent sense of tIle word and Mlw Gertrude Wells never wanted for a champion In district No 4Young MidWest JiKAVNESS CANNUT I1B CUIIEOIIljr1xMl illMltDi ii they cannot reach the cllvrnkwl purlin r the ear There Is only oar way lo t riileifiir and that Ii lit conjiilinlonil rmiciUri Ursrnna lucnutrd lijr miluHmiifJ con dldnnuflh mucoix lliln of Eutchlan Tiilm WbfiitliU lulioli InlUniHl you bare a ruml lt lItIr rtcl tirarliijr ami whiiiltl nnduulrlinlurrd lulu Minimi drslrnyal funm iln cu ulof tenure cau cd bjr which l nilting but an Inflamed con lliti nf the iiiuc ii urfrciii- Wo will ulva Om Hundrtd itolln fur any e1t that cannot curHlbySlallhGturhCure Bend for circular freeF J CIIRMEV A CO Toledo 0 Sod lir rtruztUtt 75 ii 111 nl1rrr4- z h SkinTortured Babies AND TIRED MOTHERS Find Comfort in Ciiticiira INSTANT RELIEF and refreshing sleep for Skin tortured Babies and rest for Tired Mothers in 0I warm bath with CUTICUIUSOAP and a single anoint ing with CUTICURA tho great skin cure and purest of emollients This is tho purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of infants and children Millions of Mothers Use Cuticura Soap ExelullTely for preetTlnlr Ingandbeautifying tho akin fordcandn5lhoalp ot cruets sale and dandruff and the stopping of fn ling hair fur softening whitening and soothing red rough and oru lmi jj In Uia form of Uitbt for annoying IrrlIAUonlnllalll- mIlUon and chaflngi or too free or ollcnjlio portplratlon In tho tone of wiuhos for ulccratUo wctacnc and for many sanative nnlUcptlo purposes which readily suggest thcmtolrci to women ami mothers nnil for nil tho purposes of the toilet bath nralltWmonnyechildren Ctmcutu Soil combines delicate emollient properties ilcrtveil from Curl Cute the great akin cure with Uio pnrostof clwotngingmllonaand the most refresh Ing of flower odor No other pwJJeuJilwupcvcrcompounUodUto bo comi ll1O l with It for preserving purifying and beautifying the ikln scalp hale and hands No other foreign or domestic tolM soap however expensive Is to be compare with It for all tho purposes of the toilet Ixtth and nursery Titus It combine In OMB 80x1 at OSB PRICE vUTwxxTTriTi CENTS tho war tin and complexion soap the nest Wpct and nut baby eoap In tho world 125sTBUT throughout Me 1OTTKH Pact ASD Cusil Uonr Sole 1ropa DOl too o Mut U13 A how to Cure Every Humor f- roClothing And Hats- Atiaa Close To Close Outfe Now Is Your Chancez t i To Oct Bargains In Tho Above Ii- neaGeoaccts G Co= State College of Kentucky a The Agricultural and Mechanics Slate College College of Kentucky offers tho following courses of study vie e PJ Agricultural Horticultural t hemical Biological Mathrmnlital Notmnl School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over taut years and leads to a degree Pnsfferiulualo courioi of study are also provided leading each to n roasters degree Each courts of ttutly it organized under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than 30 pro lessors and luetructorp County Pppolrjtccs receive rent in dormitories fuel and lights and it thy rfmllill ten months traveling OXPfl1lll8 The laboratories and museums are Urge well equipped comprehensive modern The last Lrsislaturo appropriated ISO tflO for a college homo for young women and 830000 for trill hall and JYlllnIlumlor men Military Ito lea and science nru fully provided fdr and required by Congress Gruduntcs from the feve aVcpuucs of study readily find petition liberal remuneration The demand Is largely in excess of the ability ol the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 603 For catalogues method obtaining appointments Inloimatlon rrgauling courses of study and terms of admission app y to TAM F h 1A7TEDEON1h n L L D President AgentISouthern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 i rill in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve null Surplus Have You Seena Sample ofa JOi r New Endowment Bond if not write to the homo office fur lltetaiiire or rail on our nearest agent for an explaiiatlnii of Its terniK and colulltiu- nsD r Some of Its Strong Points It returns J160 and live per com inerti for the average time lor each dollar paid in 2 Stuck taken now will IllIIIHltJrttlln from iilgbuyii to twenty four months with n larg purt luneemed lr n much blinrlarStimu 1 It U iiutim in consecutive MIler on riieuttj all u wnsnt h is eltnilnn ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The moner you begin Iho oonur will your cm lirch h i mattue For further InfurmHtlon addrecu A SMITH BOtIII A X Secretary J C BAIIIV IniHl Arut St iifird KyIojrJneinn Kv If You Should Get Sic S Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines THE FOX AfiT GALLERYDA- NVXLLE KYIIThis now the mO lllptotlllJ aallery in Cfnira cently with the marvelous Anastlyinul sclcn llwlshto8aytothoLndlcftl1nl x THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of thu very Latest Designs it jVlouldi gsIa- tlTna never told In this locality beforu hnv lo be seun tuba appreciated Suit ibla for framing train the 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