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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftL i ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY TTT 1 H YEHR it t VOL XXv1ITeSTANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 3119009 A M NO 5 KINGSVILLE r Rev Jonas of Mercer flllod his ap I polnttuont nt the Chrlulan ohurot Sunday evening The agent Sam Napier save ho Imi sold one piano and 10 organs In thli neighborhood in tho lait w ek or two Muidumftt Isabel Webster and Su rah J Wobitor of Napoleon Gallatln county returned hump Sunday nfter a waokt plentaai visit to the toilers niece Mr F M Howe Claude Pin nybackor Line returned to Loxtngton after a visit to Lila mother and sister JOMO Walter of Stanford was tho guest of bl brothers G A anti W W Valor a few dye Athby Warren and W S Burob of Stanford wore gueita of howl Pennybaeker during the G A It reunion Mr Durohell of Itubanki same up to attend the re union Mrs Pannlt K Cary IB vlll Ing her IOn Win Carey and family nt Lebanon Junoiluu MIM Eleanor Bella lied Laolle Johnson and Klltu bath Crelghtnn will go to McKinney tale week whero they will bt Joined by MlM KulhtrlM Welle of JuaotlonCtty and will form a bouse pnr y at thy country born of loiN A P Hunn Mr sad Mr John Wuiu and children Eva cud Willie of Harriman Tunn hays been vlslUng ruluUve and milling oe their numeruu rlenda hurt Mr and M1rt13vwett UttevolMUi will re side la JuncUon City They aro spend log ibelr honeymoon omoei ro ttttves here The groan au excellent young warn aid she bride la one of the pret tlMt lltile gtrla In town Mr and Mrs Haeey of Daovlllo dare boon tho gueiu of Mr and Mr B F Pilot Last seashore oicurlon to Old Point Comfort Va On Thursday Sept dth the Che apeake L Ohio Railway will run Ito lat txeurton to Old Point Comfort leaving Lexington on regular trains at 11SO M and 845 P M re ipeottvoly reaching Old Point the next afternoon Ticket will be at 113 for the roundtrip from Lexington Wloohter and Mt Slerllng Rood re turning 16 day from date Of sale Stop overt will bu allowed on the return trip Send In your names for steeper rotorvntloii George W Barney Diy 1ai ABU Lexington Ky fAW0urloe to Maokloae from Cln olnnuU Tuesday Sept 4th Thu mot popular exeuralnn North saoh season I undoubtedly the C IIt D Ry and D L C Steamer trip to Macklnao Island The delight of steamer trip over the cool WAion of the lake nod a 10day relief from the heat are eagerly looked forward to by hundred Gel full par ticular from anv raliway agent Wado lUlnc was fatally shot by Bill Orlck In Adair when he atifltnpiod to put him out of meeting MIDDLEBURG The postofllce hero was robbed Fri day night of about 320 or 327 In stamp Iud or 16 In currency No olew to the perpetrator Rev J Q Montgomery assisted by KlderZaok Williams la conducting very Interesting meeting at Green River church and havo had several ad dlllon to the church already It has been reported that Mr Ranzy Russell of near thud place had lost his mind whlnh Is a mistake as ho never loses ii day from his farm work and all usual Is perfectly balanced mentally A grout deal of sickness Is reported In thug community but no especially serious cases John lllntoo of Lex Incion hUll boon spending a few day in our town oa busboys Mr and Mr Spurgcon Sympson of Louisville are veiling rolallvas here Died on 28th Mrs Stolln MoWhor tor wife of J W MoWhortor Jr formerly of ihU plaoo but who has lived for tho past year In Covlngton this making the egcond death in the same family within the past fortnight Mr McWhortera moiher of thlll placo wife of J W McWhorlor Sr having died on tb 16th Both wore In terred In the Mlddleburg cemetery An Infant of George MeAnlnob also died on the 25th Mlw Mollle Gadborry and Mrs Albert Coulter of EtlUburg spent Satur day and Sunday with friends hero Mr William Gann of Nashville II visiting her daughter Mrs John Coul ler Mm Lum Allen of Somerset la vi Uog rolathoe hero Alex Hicks had remodeled hU dwelling recently Mlehel Taylor has recently opened up quite an extensive stave business In Wayne county giving employment to great ninny Casey county men who have gone there to work for him Odle Paul and hi mother Mrs Ed Paul of MeKlnecv were visiting the family of John Paul of this plaoo Tuesday W P Keenoy received a letter eomydays BIrO from his son Albert who has been living In California for some months stating that be would bo nt home In l jO next tow day Tho Misses Luna and Norn Luonj of Sherman Tuxes who have been visiting relatives here for tho past several mouths returnee to their homo Tuesday At last I come to tho front again having boon on tho tick list a part of tho time and from homo some and very busy at other times G R J A RIGHT OF TERROR Awful iDiUly Wl Mt fur the wWew of the brmroOocnl ttHtnbam of Machin Me wbeD the elon uM ih could not an Illl morning wtiu Mrt S II UncolD who attended her that RartaldhtAllthought themutanon dlermm Ia uooa but she bmnl tor Ur Kings Ye- wIlnmrrryIaytMIibutinure than oncrurnt btr- f ml ftI Conmuipllon After llxtluubt and litnnIuttberuscompletelycurr4 her I tniriel out inolklne la to cure ill Tbtoal Chat and lAne dirxrr Only too and TrIal Lot tin Irtbuoys drug store Baking PowderEconomy y The manufacturers of Royal f f Baking Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of qualitytThe Royal is made from the most highly refined and wholesome r ingredients and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powderRoyal Baking Powder costs only- a fair price and is cheaper at its price than any similar article tSamples of mixtures made in imitation of baking powders but containing alum are frequently dis tributed from door to door or given away in grocery stores Such mixtures are dangerous to use In food and in many cities their sale is by law Alum is a corrosive and all physicians condemn baking powders containing It kms eaw 0 Will 111sew 4n vv McKINNEY Mr Reuben Williams has receive tbo sal tnrolllgonca of the death of bllt slater Mrs Juda Floyd of Stansberry Missouri By request of Mrs Reuben Vllllam I wish to correct a statement She won to Lexington with Mrs White to brio back her little daughter and to tea ho son not for n reconciliation Mm Williams prostrated with grief over tbo terrible catastrophe Mrs E J Tanner spent several days with her parents at Junction City Mrs Paris Vnujtht of Indiana U with hor mother Mrs D L Mooro Mrs VI enna Davidson and daughters have returned to thole homo at Cinpbollsyllli after a months stay with relative hero MrsNannlo Huiton of More land IB tbo guest of Miss Molllo Ham mood O Singleton baa returnee to Livingston whore ho has ongagei In business W R Gooch Is at houii again after several weeks absence George R Grllllths has returned fron a trip through Tennessee and reporli business dull I In the early morning hours of Satur day the pure spirit of our loving young friend Anna laugh exchanged tbi frail lubornuele of her earthly body for the house not made with hands Anna was pot yet 18 years old bad boon a member of tbu Methodist church for soma years nod was a pure nod derated chrldtlun and hor life should bo an ex ample totho companions Ibo loft boo bind Modest and quiet eho was great favorite in our community as was audited by the largo company of relatives and friends who followed hor remains to the cemetery and stood sl lently weeping us wo laid her youthful form in the grave as if to quiet peace ful slumber McCORMACKS CHURCH The bobool at this place Is progress log nicely with 35 pupils enrolled Miss May Bellwaro Is giving general satis factionThe sad Intelligence of tho death of Mi W W MoKlttrlck has reached us A loving husband is left to mourn tho loss of a tender wlfo and friends a true companion While threshing wheat at Mr G L Carters a team belonging to Mr Vita ar dalo became frightened and ran oil throwing Mr Curler who was loading the wagon out and considerably buk lug him up The wagon was scattered over a 10acre field Mrs Roy Spears and the baby have returned from a visit to fricnJa and relatives in Casey Mr A W Carpen ter and family are moving back to their homo at this place Wo welcome them back again Miss Lucy Simpson Misses Willie V and Halite Dawson visited Mrs C H Carter Miss Bessie Dawson who bad been visiting friend here returned with them to the re grot of all James Powell has gone to Indiana with the view of locating Eld C E Powell has gone to Missouri to bold a meeting NEWS NOTES Cholera Is killing people In India be rate of 1000 a week- J V Francis has been appointed lostmaslor at East Uernstadt- Tho Southern railroad warns its em iloyes against political discussions During the six weeks of the Caleb Powers trial the Western Union Tole graph olllco at Georgetown handled iver b0700o words of newspaper spec ials Somo men are awfully hard to please Gun in Ohio has just brought suit gainst his wife because she forced a rood looking servant girl to sleep in the same room with him Newt Searcy who woe to have married the wlfo of Leroy Siratton as soon all she was divorced was heldby Slral ton In tho courthouse yurd at Law encoburg and stabbed to death by Hoi ly Stratton Rolland Whittaker charged with being an accessory to the murder of 3ov Qoebol was released on bail at Georgetown Ho was the first man ar rested after the shooting when bo said ha was In Frankfort to protect Wll lo Taylor TCHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston will preach nt Pine Grove next Sunday at 11 A M and also at night Elder W R Lloydof Richmond closed u protracted meeting at Athcn Fayelie county with 20 additions Eld J L Allen will tJlglL a protract ed meeting at Crab Orchard Tuesday nlJht Itlt assisted by the pastor Eld 10 Livingston Tho Indiana W C T U hta begun a prayer crusade against the election of McKinley a wino blbber and the main stay of the urmy canteen May oho prayers of the righteous avail much THAT THROBBING HEADACHE learn You If you heed Or Kings Wouldlulckl Tbouundi onus i n have proved their mttrliltM went fur Hlflc and Nervous Headache They nuke blood and strong new tod build up jour health Easy to late Try them Only lU roots Money back it not cured Sold by fenny Druelit A lame shoulder la usually caused by hoiimittlam of the muscles and may be tired by n few applications of1i nibr sins Pain Balm For sale by Craig A locker Druggists MT VERNON Tho fall term of the Colloglate Insl tuto begins Monday with au Increase knocked out a string of 17 poles on Hunaford telephone line Wed nesdavaftcrnoon The brick work on Houk t Adams building was finished Wednesday lIs the Uncut structure in Rockcastle Tho telephone line from Crab Orch and to Otienhelm has boon taken down and the material used on other lines Hon G G Gilbert is billed to speak In this county today Thursday al Brodhcad and Dr Williams at Shel byvillo Since Saturday last London has had telephone connection with Control Kentucky via Llvlngslon and the fins linesA Sears bas sold his Level Greet property consisting of dwelling and storehouse to J N Brown Mr Sears will movo to Shopvllle An attorney of this place tells U8 that a man living In Brodboad who has been married 35 years wanted 10 employ him to soouro a divorce to en able him to marry another woman The attorney refused lo take the case J J Lawrence has gone to Earllng ton to telegraph for W F Sborldan R M Jackson way bore Sunday Hi Is in poor health Judge Williams was in Louisville Samuel H Thompson who was a resident of this placo many years was hero from Pinevlllo after an absence of 14 years The band boys are back from Klngsvllle and are play lug at the Brodhcad fair Mrs M Schooler has returned to Paint Lick niter a brief visit here D C Poynior has received his letters patent on his wagon wheel Improvement George T Johnson H L Tate and Solomon Ball were a team worked through the R A chapter hero Monday H H Baker has been Mrs Magee of Livingston is the guest of Mrs Dlck Welsh Misses Funnlo and Bessie Sparks arc visiting In Richmond Mrs Rosalind Neeblli will arrive one day this week from Pen nlngton Gap Va to visit Mrs Willlf Adams and other Ml Vernon friends L S Adams came home from Grays where ho la much pleased with his pa Billon and made a flying visit R L Brown one of Rockcastles rising young lawyers can now be found la hit new office over brick hotel Not a great many people from hero were In attend anco at the Brodbead fair Tuesday but they went la squads and battal- Ions to hear Gilbert Wednesday Jas Noaks brother of Robert Noaks who figures In the Goebel assassination U making lime barrels for Fritz Krueger hero Tom Hackley of Lincoln It visiting his uncle James Maret Mrs Willis Adams returned Monday from the bedside of her niece Miss Gallic Adams nt Paint Lick leaving the pa tient Improved but In a critical condition A MINISTERS GOOD WORK I hud a leveie attack of bilious colic got a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured nays Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan Uy neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor tie used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some says sod gave him no relief so discharg cd him I vent over to see him next morning He said his bowels wore In a terrible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him If ho had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nnd bo 83ldrNo I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one lobe told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if ho did not Gnd relief but he took no more and wn entlrely cured I think it the best medi Gina I have ever tried For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Low RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAIL WAY Soutnern railway announces rate of one fare for the round trip to following points from all stations In Kentucky To Shelbyvllle account Shelby county fair tIckets on sale Aug 28 29 30 anll31j good to return until Sept Ij to Shelbyvllle account color ed far tickets on stile Sept 5 G and ij good to return unlll Sept 8 to Lexington tickets on sale Sept 11 12 13 14 and 15 good to return until Sept 17 Southern railway only lIno having three dally trains between Louisville Shelbyvillo and Lexington For fur ther Information apply nearest agent Southern Railway or write to Wm Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agt Louis ville Ky A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often CUM a horrible turn Said Cut or Crulw Huckleni Arnlc tvilre the lit In the world will kill the pain and promptly heel it Clues Old Sores Kerrr Bore Vlnrt Hull Felons Corns sit Skin Eruption lint Ilia cure on rarlh Only ants box Cure guaranteed Sold by 1enny UruggUt The representatlvo of the Maryland Trust Co has taken charge of County Clerk Cblnns office in Fayette the company being his surety What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys io Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TaWHi the b II to n tot They are tssyto li t and pleasant in UQoct For sale by Craig A hooker Druggists LANCASTER Mr L L Tooter and Miss Nora Ray of tbo Buckeye section were marricc Wednesday Mw W K Cook entertained Wed nesday evening in honor of Miss Jeesk Cook of UiHionvllle Our citizens should give lIon W D Smith a good audience next Monday afternoon as be Is well posted on tbo political Issues of the day It Is reported that a ease of eggs was unloaded In front of H B Nortbcutts store last Monday and before they were moved Into the house the heat of the sun hatched a dozen chickens Rov Leonidas Robinson will bet in revival services at the Methodist church next Sunday Prof E Fojfjr of Covlngton will conduct the music He Is the first cornotlet who ever ap peared before a religious assemblage and Is one of the famous Kentucky Colonels The dally papers erred in the state ment that young Walter Perkins of this county was tho victim of sharps In Cincinnati A gold watch 878 and bis overcoat were taken from his hotel In Anniston Ind while be was at tbo theatre He had bet n exhibiting stock at the fair In that town Mr and Mrs K E Ilupbas will return to Louisville Saturday Mr T C Gulley bas leased his farm to James Clark and he will go to Colorado after the election to remain a year at least Mr U H nat on has returned from the Springs In better health Mrs Molllo Young and son C W willI leave Saturday with Mr and Sire J S Armstrong for a visit to relatives In Texas Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton are at tending the tirodhcad fair and they will capture some blue ribbons Prof Hostel and wife have returned from Michigan Mr Goodlon Lackey of Missouri Is visiting his father Mr D M Lackey Mr John Shugars of Pennsylvania will visit his brother Mr Wm Shugars this week In the circuit court Lewis McFar land a colored deaf mute was aqqult ted of the charge of detaining a coined woman Harve Robinson colored charged with malicious shootingwas also released ooveral civil cases were disposed ot The juries wore dlschare dd from Wednesday until Friday Court will likely adjourn Saturday While Mr William McU Johnson was addressing jury Wednesday In de fence of a colored manhe quoted Coun ty Attorney Letcher Owsley as having made a remark to him reflecting on the honor of democratic jurors In ref erence to giving justice to a republi can Owsley Immediately pronounced it a lie and struck him with his chair The prompt Interference of Deputy Sheriff Ward and Judge Sanflcy pre vented any further trouble The court ordered a One of 30 to be enters d against Mr Owsleywblcb was prompt Iy paid by his friends Hon G G Gilberts sgeech Monday was a powerful arraignment of the State and National republican adminis ration and it was frequently applai d sd by the largo and enthusiastic UL hence that heard him He said that he republican cry of civil liberty was inconsistent with their past record In lofyiug the constitution of the United States and committing fraud In Nation al and other election contests j that Elanna had paid 10000 for n leglsla ors vote to make him U S Senator hat McKlnleys cabinet Is made up of wealthy men who represent trusts and orporatlons that somo Congressmen ray 2000 per month board and gut inly tOO per month which proves that hey represent trusts Instead of the icople that the trusts are on the republican side and the liberty loving OB Ibo democratic side that we havo be omo as European nations with all the nrcalln corporations and floaters on uric ildc and the Intelligence and patrl nlsrn on the other that trusts raise tho prlco of the necessities of life and nuke the consumer pay their contrlbu done to the republican campaign fund ind that the constitution made Goebel jovernorwbile the Gocbol election law Bated Taylor that law never having bur a republican If you have a baby m the house you rill wish to know the best way to check my unusual looseness of tho bowels or llarrhoea so common to small children o P M Holllday of Doming Ind who hall bu eleven months old chld says through the months of Juno and July our iabyteas teething and took a running oft- of the bowels and sickness of the atom ich His bowels would move from live 10 eight tunes a day I bad a bottle of Chamberlains volic Cholera and mar hoea Remedy In tho house and gave him our drops in a teaspoonful of water and he sot better at trace For sale by Crab k Mocker DiuggUU Low rates West Railroad bargain lays via the Monon onto Tickets will to sold by tbo Monon route from Lou svllle Ky to points In Arizona Brit 18b Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Ne iraska Now Mexico Not th Dakota regon South Dakota Utah Wash often Northern Wisconsin and Wy imlog at one flrgt class fare plus 12 for be round trip on June 10th July 3 17 Vue 7 21 Sept 4 18 Oct 2 JO Nov 6 20 and Dec 4 1ft limited returning 21 days Prospecting parties and tour lilts will bill nrnlpbed with schedules ind further IIIImlt hy addressing AJeotIMooon r COrallINO SOON CooparCosBig UniteaRRSha Will give two exhibitions at Stanford Monday SeptSThe only big show that will vist biggerbolter THE WORLDS 1ADY6 GENTLEMEN rv j c RS6Art 100 Novelties 100 50 Performer 60 30 prformlnjr horses and ponies 3o 6 Funny I lawns 5 A troupe of Rova Japanese Performer 10 In number the but In the world gaited at a salary of J 1000 per week rapt Davie Champion High Diver perforlnacOlllmenclngday and da- teStanford Monday Sept 3rd Rain or Shin Dont WastYour Money But come to us and get a Good Fancy Suit Cost Straw Hats choice of our best 3 2 ani 150 grade atlAll Summer Shoes BELOW COSTt IT PAYS TO THADE AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youre not satisde Miller Hirsch Danvill Successors to J L Frqhman A FRYJAMES Hustonville Ky Nice New Drl Goods jtad NoHolJ The Newest Things in Neck Ties Collar Cuffs Shirts Underwear c All the Latest Styles in Shoes for ladies men girls and boys gtoTrusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very ReasoI ablesi Craig Hocker Stanfor c os A C SINECQVTlCTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work mans material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during years that I have been in business here a full stock of Doors DressedIJ I will d nlicflte any pricesjoffered yr HE INTERIOR JOURNAL ANFORD KV AVG 31 1900 W P WALTON OEMOCfiPTIC TICKET r Fur Pretident millA si jEXSHfcs BRYAN OAVeIra8kn For tfcrPraldtnt ADLAl E STWEXSOy- Offllinoit For Governor J C Jr BECKIFAM t Of Kelson For Congreu GEORGE G GILBERT Of Shelby GOV BEPKHAMS tnessajjn to the jglslaturfc shoffs that he is a man up whom the people can depend He oes not believe that the present elcc ion law enacted In Rood faHh to meet emergency has beett unfair or ua ust but opposition and dissatisfaction xt8 wltb the law nod whether reu onable or o for a more satin cwry One It tI an improvement one law It supplanted and by proper kinondment can bo made eo fair that r faIr minded citizen be he victor vanquished can say that the verdict if tho peoplo has been faithfully re lorded and vijtory awarded to him ho deserves It He makes no suppes Ions as to the amendments satUQcd iat the Legislature will act patrlotl ally and so just to all parties that no boest citizen can find fault with It his Is what every good citizen de reL Let the body act intelligently itUfactorlly and quickly and If Ken cky docs not go overwhelmingly Bmocratlc this fall wo very much mis ke the temper of the peopie T National AfroAmerlcun Press Moclatlon in session at Indianapolis i the 27th refused to endorse McKln yalthougb he had two colored office Iders on the ground for the express rposo of geltng such a resolution rough The members of this asso LIDo presumably are educated and lucatlon always weakens the super Itlous adherence of the Negro to the publican party Although ho has sen the ward of that party stare his nanclpatlon the only thing It has at pted to do for him In the way of po leal education is to insult in his mind e falsehood that the only aim and ob it of the republican party Is to keep m out of slavery while the demo ts lose sleep in devising means to oslaye him Those new constltu requiring an educated suffrage eventually lead to the education theNegro When he IB educated bo II go to reading and thinking for iiBelf and when he does that he will ow that the democratic party is the ty for him IU well as every other r man UK Louisville News which Is edit tan exdemocrat or at least one 6 formerly monkeyed aa a democrat e the democratic party Is fooling It fit it thinks that the Brownies will port BecUbum If the Goebel law lb inged A change in the law will confession of guilt it says but lutloriof the ofllces alone will eiif This may express the sentiments i few of the nevcrtobesatUfled rd who justly merit the contempt U good people but we arc sure that e who are worth returning will e bick to their first love The iVs went off with the iutenVlon of Ing and as their room is fully as rable as their company may joy go them IL YERKES has not answered our lions but Juagu NIck Vaughan of Isvllle inuinlea acting db his e mau has rvr ban Ih u spaeoh other night be eald Yerkea will Is duty and pardon every man con ed by the democrats This assur which was hardly needed should e democrats work the harder to n the smooth citizen of Boyle iNATpu HAIWELL wno wrote a iool8h open letter to Guy Buck has apologized for it und will a amcna by helping the dutholJlat rty In every way ho can The tor means well but nllt baluucu gets out of order occasionally and of course oe wurcs wrung S CHARLES A TOWNB In a h at Du uib characterized Rouse as an inwiiiCtual Couunehe predestined and incorrigible cc ie Thats bid enough but Ted even wor o than that 23IMMONS says ne must light Jef by Sept 1 or not at ull Ho Is ally anxious to UnUta in time to to Kentucky and ece the demo knockout the republicans on the hoso question lire over answer ey will bo published in pamphlet fur general distribution under Liu of The YerKos Outechtsiu n Odd Fellows reunion near le led over 100 people were ed on Ice cream It must have ade of stale goat mlk RE has been another terrible In lion Jn the North this time at 0LThe North needs recon bu badly YBIKB3 will soon ascertain it nt already done so that cndors ylor will result In his political iptcy CLAUENCB E WOODS who recently left tbo Richmond Climax of which ho was tho life because the management hampered him In his efforts to serve- the people Is not hiding his light un der a bushel but Is letting it shine through the Agitator in a way that thoso who would fatton by municipal plunder despise Whatever his hand tlnds to do ho does with all his might and in his Agitator be agitates with a courage born of the conviction that he Is doing his peoplo a lasting good Coy BECKUAM owes it to the law abiding people to have John L Powers brought to justice if it takes every man In the State He Is at his Knox county homo where the county judge and county clerk went Tuesday night and accepted his bond as school srpor intendcnt Powers says ho may re main In Knox county a week or more and may visit some of the schools Such a defiance of law should not be permit ted for a minute IF wo should undertake to publish the names of all the republicans who arc deserting McKInley for Bryan the alas of the paper would have to bo enlarged John J Valentino president of the WclUFiirgo Express Co and Prof Henry Wade Rogers oxpresi dent of the Northwestern University but now of Yale College aro the most prominent of ihu many recent addi tions to the endless chain MARK HANNA who went to New York intending to remain a few days and then go West now thinks that the exigencies of the campaign demand his presence in the East for awhile longer and has deferred his Western tour The exigencies of the campaign not only In tho East but all over the eoun try demand Marks presence and de mand It badly IT can be stated as an absolute cer tainty that Indianas next governor will bea democrat who of course will nut perjure himself bv refusing to dis charge the duties of his olllce Whet Mount can no longer protect them from the outraged law Taylor and Finley will doubtless call on the hills to cover them SINCE Dill Beckner has flopped en tirely into the republican party Sena tor Becks description of blm Is in or der Sala be I have seen hundreds of pictures of Judas Iscarlot no two of which were alike but fIery ono of them favored Bill Bcckncr RAUL LEICESTER FORD author of Han Peter Stirling and other works of slate is to be married to Miss Grace Kidder of Brooklyn The ladys sur name In this connection Is suggestive but we refrain comment Gov PINGREE of Michigan refuses to campaign with Roosevelt When s small a potato as Plngree Is ashamed to keep his company Teddy surely realizes bow disgraceful his conduct has been POLITICAL Roosevelt will speak In Kentucky Oct 12 and 13 Judge JEL Tinaley has announced for the judgablp in the London dis trict Ollle James justro turned from flew York says Bryan Is sure to carry the Empire State Senator Alexander pot in tho first election bill of the sessIon in tbat body and Emmett Orr in the House Hon George W Lieborth of New port has been teudered the clerkship of Judge W H Holti court In Porto Rico Arthur A Phlegar was appointed to the supreme court in Virginia to till the vacancy occasioned by tbo death of Judge Holley Chairman Richardson of the demo Catlc CongressIonal committee will rjinora his headquarters from Wash ington to Now York Capt Irwin republican nOminee for Congress at Louisville says the effort to get him oil the track wont work us be intends to stick if he gets but one voteMr Bryan decided after McKinleys declination not to attend the G A R meeting aa he desired to relieve the reunion of any appearance of partisan ship The fusion popullatd have substitutea the name of Adlal E Stevenson for that of C A Towne for vice president und tholr ticket Isnow Bryanand Stu VenijOD Moodywho claims the democratic nomljutlon for Congress In the 7th dls trict has applied to the Bourbon court to have his name eo on the ballot un der thu rooster Mr Bryan ha decided on at otten slvo stumping tour and will spuat in Illinois InJiaia Ohio Wisconsin Michigan Minnesota Now York New Jersey Maryland and West Virginia The House at Frankfort agreed ou the appointment of it committee of 12 ti consider all new election measures The demorcat are showing a growing disposition to adopt an entirely new lawTaylor told the Indiana republicans tbat In his opinion Goebel was either killed bv Jack Cnlnn one of SlU1drordlI ons or by some drunken tnoubulneer who did not know what he was doing lyiojtA caucus of House democrats was held to nominate candidates to fill va cancies caused bihe resignations of oRlcers Edward O LeIgh was nomi nated for chief clerk W P Thome Jr for sergeaniatarras and J E Miles for doorkeeper The colored lawyer R C p Bonja mm editor 6t the Lexington Standard says that tho lawyer for the dufenso IS the Powers case insulted snubbed d and abused him George Denny befog es pecially offensive and ho promises to- write them up in tbo next issue of his paper TEACHERS INSTITUTE TUISDoYJOI1NINO- InUltuto opened at 845 Devotional exercises were conducted by Rev P W Allen Miss Myrtle Hughes was appointed regular organist by Chorls Iter M E Prultt Reading was then taken up and ably discussed by Instruc tor Patterson Messrs Raybourne North Hickle Pruitt Misses Bogle Thurmond Burch flicks and Bell ware At this point Rev Allen was made an honorary member and gave very Interesting talk followed byProf J A White of Lexington and Mr La born of Casey also honorary members of the Institute TUESDAY AFTERNOON After singing the subject of Reading was continued by the Instructor This subject being thoroughly elucidated Spelling was Introduced by Mr Hays and discussed by a number of teachers The subject of Writing was then very fully discussed by Miss Georgia Lewis followed by Prof Winfrey and the Instructor After recess School Management was taken up nnd some good talks were made by Miss Salllc Carter Dr fickle Messrs Raybourne North Martin Markham Prof White Miss Belware and others- WEDNESDAY MORN1NU Institute opened at 845 After sing inc Scripture reading and prayer by Rev R B Mahony the institute got down to work for the day Prof Pat terson took up Language work and gave the teachers some excellent hints on this important bubject He was fol lowed by Miss Hicks T J North K G Martin and Mrs Green T J Ray bourne introduced Grammar and Prof White Misses Yowelh and Thurmond made excellent suggestions This subject being exhausted Prof Patter son Introduced Psychology and a lively discussion followed and many good points were brought out by tbo institute Miss Bellware then Introduced Composition and was followed by Mrs Philips who read a most excellent pa per Geography being the next sub ject on the syllabus it was introduced by the Instructor and discussed by the Institute In a very entertaining manner Several teachers came to during the day and Misses Paxton and Lydia Lew Is were made honorary members TIlUnSDAY MORNING Institute opened at the usual hour After several good songs by the choir Rev Britt read afew passages of Scripture and invoked Divine blessings The teachers then answered to roll call with very appropriate quotations The next subject for discussion was Arithmetic which was Introduced by Prof Patter son Mr Mullins then gave an excellent talk showing some original pri mary work Miss Nora Philips also read a nice paper on this subject when a general discussion followed and many alTeredICivil Government was Introduced by Prof Patterson He was followed by N W Hughes who made an eloquent speech which was highly appreciated and applauded by the Institute Prof White Q S Young and the instructor Ilubijectwere sung Mrs Annie McClnry then made a nice little talk on Temperance In which she urged all teachers present to teach scientific temperance In their schools Thursday afternoon being the time set apart for the trustees of the county M P Rubble came for wnr and made a very interesting speech on education In general Ills tory being the next subject ootbe program it was very forcibly and interest- Ingly presented by the instructor and tome line talks made by the male mem oqrs of the institute MI s Georgia Lewis always first In everv good word and work has our thanks for the proceedings Prof L R Hughes also Is entitled to our thanksAn session of tho Teachers In eitiuie was hold at Waltons Opera Httuse last night with the following program t Chairman L R hughes Welcome Addresslr M E Prultt Declamation Robert Hardlug Waters Piano Solo MUiAllte Huffman Debate Resolved That Woman be Al lowed thu Right of Suffrage Aillrmatlve Prof While K G Mar tlnT J North Negative MO Winfrey ChasNorth T J Ruy bourne Flower GirlLangeMr Caswell Saulley Solo Miss Maude Varnon ReadingasaFineArttMr Mandolin Selection to Miss Nell Warren Oration JouN Wesley and Ills Age Samuel W Severance NovelettePaplniMlis Borta Juan Penny Solo Miss Lltllu P yton The entertainment was a very pleas lag one and enjoyed by a theatre full of people Mr Prultts welcoming ad dress the debate on whether women should be allowed to vote Pry Patter suns excellent pap on Reading as- a Flnb Art tbo musical performances of Miss Isabella Baileys class thu Ohio tion of Sam Walton Suvcrance the ef forts of the little ones and Miss Fey tons solo with piano and violin accom paniment by Miss Myrtle Hughes and- O E Cox respectively wore of a char acterto elicit much praise and applause The womens rights question was de cldodln favor of the affirmative by the judges Ed Hubbard JVI11 Severance atidJ H White though there were many who thought the negative pre dented the best arguments Instructor J H Patterson has given the greatest satisfaction to the tea bers all of whom speak of bis excellent aug gestlona and methods in tbo highest terms Sul t Singleton Is being con gratulated on securing him Music is a special feature and with Prof M E Prultt as leader the teach erA make melody tbat Invariably draws a crowd to the Institute IN NEIGHBDRINGC UNTIES Tom Mattock n 15yearold Berca boy shot himself fatally while fooling with n pistol Town Marshal Reynolds shot Samuel Graves of Scott who was drunk and flourishing a pistol at Joncsvlllo in Owen Capt Garrett Howard a Pinoville republican politician who has two sons in the Philippines has declared for Bryan as ho can not support McKln leys Imperialistic policy John Pevyhouse was badly cut by Glevo Wllcher another lad at thresh ur In Casey and tho latter is sojourn ing at Tom Bell8 howl in Liberty until Johns condition will favor judl clal Investigation of the affair Lizzie Small wood rind Mary Small wood sisters and Thomas Williams ono of their associates were arrested lu Laurel after a desperate struggle with the olllcer and lodged iu jail courederIMATRIMONIAL Marion Bingham IS and Miss Leo Kemp 12 were married in Adair coon ty John Avoy and MUll Rebecca lioake were married at Rev David Koaks WednesdayJohn broke the record at De troit Mich by marrying the day after his wife died He should have broken his neck Instead of the record Tallow Dick Comb was arrested for selling whisky at Winchester Brescl who assassinated King Hum bert was given H life sentence only With a view to settllrg the Chinese situation Russia hrs protested against the alleged purpose of the admirals at Taku to seize LI Hung Chang and tbo United States has concurred In this protest The purpose of this Is to allow the Chinese plenipotentiary full freedom with his government fbe plan also Involves the withdrawal of the allied troops from Pekln so as to allow the Dowager Empress and tbo Emperor Kwang Tsu to return A NEW PRODUCES HOUSE Oeoct up at Stanfoni Ky on IpoL UPet I will buy hides Wool Keathen Uonei Old Iron IJran Copper Ac Al- toPOULTRY AND EGGS Will pay Spot fuh and top market prlret tot eerythlng DAVIS To Sell FarmsY- ou want to drop an ndrer tlscment In the bet mountain newspaper wlilh Is thp Somerset Journal Two Indies ono month for SI In advance K J OAMIBEIX Manager Someisjt Ky SEED WHEAT AND RYE I have 1000 buluU of i xtra good seed wheat and 300 bushels of excellent rye for solo Cull and see It Prices reasonable MOUIII9 FllEI Stanford Ky AN ORDINANCE To 9111TbetbtiClty of StinforJ Kjr The City Council do ordain at follow There tball bo exclude from the prncnt llinlU til the cl IT of Stanford all of Ihat territory ouulde of the lolloolng lines cud boundary towlt Ugln at anke at flundteya Kast eat pMt near rightofway of the l iiliTllie Na hTllle Kill rudlbence orihSJa4 Kail pulri lo ortb wet corner of John llrtitbi and eroeotitailey In ioKlntclifi line thence North s3 East poise IUllnlItOIcutrrof tb tanford and Crali Orchard turnpKe thence Sunlit ti4 East 7lW foln in a Hate on South bank of Bt Aapht braseli on latd of Mn Shank thme South Vet IW poise a dune In North abutment of bridge on the Stanford and laf t Creek turnpike near Ihlol ol Trll bie tlienr South US Writ 123 llOM to a 110101 Southeattcurntrof J S flock ers rard Ihmiw South WeIIIIlf pole to a take si aouihwat mrntr of ti II llaughmint lulntinMorihealeTNurtlum t alututpnl of ho brl ge thenra North tsi Wwit IM ilta to a Hake In line of II flout na the lIelr1Iol thence Norm West tt 210 0110 lBnlBdi enroer llundlrya Ku gate 11 SaW llote ahall be enillluta the llmltt and houurtarr ot the Cite o MajorIAdministrators Sale ov Boyle Co Farm Lands At admlDlatrator of the ettate of Captain Jacob sed I will aclllo the Mgucit blddr at public outcry on the prewlw ou the ere pike between the and lebanon pike nbout eta nilloe from Uanrille and tune mllu froni rarfciTllli on L A N It Wednesday Sept 5 1900llt- xlnnlng at orlork akirp the following de wrthieI lru1rty fillet lust a farm W acre belonging to laid cctate of fintclaubluinuiUbJ well luiprored well vitercd and in a good lijlitorlioud coureiileut lo tcboolt arid rliutcbM The reildeuie It a two story frame In good rrpilr cud there U an icy huttio cistern mo large brut mw house and all other crcotary ou buildlBgt Ioue lon cm KlrenatoncB This iauii bat Ucnglfen the very IL hit bandry her 20 jean Tieiu hat been hut little corn ralci II during that time M It hat lawn kriit n rgrailnrf ill el and cattle Aliouia hundrrd acru out Tlr lu toll lUuegraa lisa lermt on thlt propel will one fourth uubil nee in ejuiu nieiOa of one iwo und thru viSta pr mil lelltealfer annum on drfurrid paymeuti and secure the me Second One tract of laud cootalnlng alxUt 10 acre adjoining Parktrllle Cemetery on the north and very djliatle gralng land Third Scrcnty acres ol KhO Und known aa tbe Latluier laud adjoining farktvllle and also good grazing laud Fourth A Iud of 62 acres ot land known nthe titlrllng Vanandill tract one still south ul Jiekavlile At the tame Urns anti place we will also cell the Mlowlng rtonal lirolerhr Faiuilng Iniplementt Including a combined 5401cr and ciillltaor and a line bouroer manure ipreader nine toearold alma four or tire cow with calve and nun her of 1 helter bull to raise I work hortrs maret suckling mule ivlt sod ono Kluiblo horse roll tuohetp a large lot of line hay etc Ou Ills fvliiwliig o- IlTUUSfJAV SEPT6TH at oclock sharp I will sill tbe Uozatt 1100 mile nod qIrler weit of JlorrodhulJ ou llartodsburg and IVrrTille Ilku Jtiis place conlalu abut aelll with fair ImroVe lUenli cooolllog two tourroom Ctugix gwid barn good crib etc salt river runt hit ugh he place The sale ol tlilt larm will be held oil the preuiltei Nwdlug prltllrge 00 16 acrm chIt btt when dulred and lthIIaestoIt 20 TKHMS O fourth fa hb laocelu equal jay manIa I1fooo Iwo and threw Jeers tlx lcr cent I- nknI pet a nuns on dcfemu We will at tho Kime time and place tell 20 Ihreaymrold cattle about 73 cheep ouv ball lu 16 acres uf corn thucked on ground Ternx ou jniMoualty nude known on day of saleitCOZATT Admlnlatrator T 0 HSULISII Auctioneer i4t i GUS HoOOBUAOK Is a candidate for Asosorof Lincoln count subject to the action of tlio democratic party GEO A KUHANKS- ft a candidate for JaIler of Lincoln count subject to Site action of the domocratlo party JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tlio action ut the democratic par t- yw11 LANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln court tYI subject to democratic action THASJES H WRIGHT Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democratic party DINK FAKMKR- In candidate for Jailer subject to the ac tlon of tho democratic party lie solicits your support JOHN C PEPPIEStsa- candldato for Jailer of Lincoln Couuty pitttrISLT7GGRASS SEED ro11Iullrlforo yea LIly L C mNN Mr KAIKU KY FINL FARM FOR SALE I r W Lnjant ana of sores of Sit II angloicFiirklaBd li for sale privately It las upon It a aplenJlil two Ilor brisk houw large oharra barn 0001 onhnl aol nwiutrr out aIIIs flntelaa Cams Lorotrtt on Stanford ft 4iiledge- cilia iuruplkc conveulent todepota on C S end proStableFor Sale Or Trade I Two No1 Ulnhn Clover Ilullrn t years old nne Champion Kxk Cru hn one pony Saw Mill lltvnmu make good u new one 12 hors power liULer traction engine year oldune ItillLofeet onler Ttrmiraib W J DelUtN KypTWO FARMS FOR SALE 111UlinebollolnIhllolOltrickIssuingirmioae water at the door two good tenement 01liloulldlDII1wllhstock wa er make thIs lb mit dnlraMe larm la this end of lb county trabOrcbardKyonMouCrabOrehinl Spring All In grass with a argcutork barn and an abundance ol water with oeof the flocat site In tho neighbor 004AlaoanicerothageinMtanford Ky on Lancu ler trevt with good eltern Kinlen 4c altarhed or lurttie aililmiIt rd Ky Drs SlavinS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will In Dintlll Mondays WedOtlJaodFridays Will lii In Stanford Tooli Thursday and Sat urdaya- Ofureln the l nnlniton lIulldl Stanford 01 Sceiours9tol2asritolrwOSTEOPATHY ThliSrlene nrtlnatrd aol doIel1 by lit T Sllll of Klriarlllx Mo ilpmli on the jrinipit of Anatomy slid 1hytlulufy far IU to suits It require no faith drug no tabbing noturxltaloperatloni auilelaluit bine super natural Otixjinth slows luau ai S macliln oho many pert lu keynote II acijuitnirnu When all pars ma prulrt adjusted and not orrworkitl health illIe result Nerealrustraliontaiarra Weak lyst iruolaud Lids Shalt Constipatinthlts ndJolnlllarall Incontlnrno of Urine UxunHitor Max oussliationFree FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Ilorsun anil OlulIIII constantly on baud and forVnln all times W Logan Wood Manager itwS PARKHILL M Dt HOHEOPATH10 PEYSI5IAW oxperloncoInoffers hliiervlc to the pabllu of Uttinfpril rue vicinity gjievlal iittontlun given to chronic riiniM UtUrn oi Oltu Court Hoifto over llonzlny tiros Livery Stable Olllco bourn from to 5 r SANK stD KA ID UA E TATE AT AUCTION highestbidder llonday Sept roth 1900 County Court day In Stanford 3n or 40 hliurca ot Lincoln Count National Hank Stock my Hooni HosldetiCM In Itowlsnd Ky wltli good burn ondotlicr outbuildings anti a Storolious In Rowland Ivy 23x60 21 foot high and two stories A splendid lo cution 1oasosslon given lit once Unit If youdesireTEHMS Oliothird cah balance lit ono antI two years ISAAC HAMILTON Itowlfind Ky Administratrix Sale IAs administratrix of J F iettus I will sell at public auction hU late real dence on the Lancaster it Crab Orchard pike near 1reucliersvllle on MONDAY SEPT 3 1900 To the lilgliCNtand best bidder tho follow lug purhonul proportyi 3 horse t mule milt milk cow calves 2 yearling Iiclf nrx bull ahcerIII hogs about 30 acre corn In field 44 bushels oats tucks Timothy J mower nearly now hay rake disc barrow corn I corn Hlieller and other farming iDipIomonU sot lilackaralth tools surrey 2 buggIes and harness spring wagon gallon kettle Jot fencing organ und household and kltchnn furniture TEUUS Sum of 110 und under casbi ov er that amount four months time without Interest Nptes with approved security re quired itlihi ltEmCO PETTUi Cook Auctioneer Admx 5s EVftYTH n G GOES I It must go we cannot nail will not carry over any tftlnij In Summer Good WoIhave only n few weeks left to dispose of them but vro will pny you to help us For every dollar In value thAt goes out of our house wo only expect to receive 75c In compensation Head below and see If you dont think wo menu every word wo my a Domestics and Dress Goods 44 Urown elseoti ngt4J0Dcnlmm 1awI-A small quantity of71c Scotch lawns to cloeo 3cline of Cropon effects In Iowiix worth lOc goes for 60 710upcrb35c f- orHEAVY ISlc DRESS GOODS olioIIrrltbtllX1DoublREADYTOWEAR GARMENTS lenB Linen coils only 02c 2SoicnaMcINotions and Furnishings2 Boxes wire hairplci 5c 5cfaenAll Shirtwaists p this week for 39 ISoltn8Mens tan bUck or white foot Hose worth 20c only Do SoIenrIene patent elastic roam Drawers worth 75c go for only iS 26cIBIG BARGAINS IN SHOES 4SoLrlies49cUlMens solid calf lace or OongrcMkhocs worth 12 60 go tbU week foronlyI 48o Louisville Store SKLINCER BROS PRORS T D RANEY MGR Ifc S S S e S S S S I e S S I r CLEANUP On SALE I Womens And Childrens Shoes I And Slippers If you wnl Bargains see our BARGAIN COUNTER Wa E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 4 6 4 4 WaIL ID1l8l Jffi EIffiTS DRUGGIST 4 Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Talent Medicines of almost crory IJtlnJ Beautiful lino of Stationery Blanic Book of every description Office Long Distance Telephone CLOTHINGSUITS OvercoatsIAnd Odd Pants NEW FALL STYLES Buy early while you can get what you want Seethe New Oxford Creys Cuipmlns McGlary J A ALLEN C 0 Contractors Axd ISuilderSTANFORD KY floors51hcut POStS 4c We rnakeeatimate on any kind of work wanted offlco opposite Dr LCooks THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOUD Kv AUG 31 1900- E 0 WALTON HUSINESH MANAGER jn Ti boat materials combined with and accuracy insure good results No Bro overused in our proscription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS Miss SUSAN PiBHBit WOODS Is at DJlpplng Springs MRS WILLIAM DAUOIIKKTY Is ut r Talhama Spring Miss FANNIE DOTY of Garrard la with Mrs L L DOW JOHN W BIIOWN HSQ of Mt Ver non watt hero yesterday Miss LAURA CAUTEU went lo Jrab Orchard to visit yesterday W W SAUNOKRS and Ap Novlu aro attending the Brodhcad fair Miss LYDIA LEWIS of Danvlllo was the guest of Mrs Allco Clovd Mus KLLEN QUEEN of Shelby City U with hor brother G U Barnelt Miss MAUOIE McCLAitYot Ml Vur i pool la rUitlng Miss Stella McOlary MRS ELIZA mAIN and James U Gentry aro at Crab Orchard Springs MRS JOSIK UANKY of Danville the guest of Mr and Mre T D Ranoy MRS ELLA STUVIINS of Booneabor OJgh Is with Mr and Mrs 4ct East land MISSES FRANCES SPOONAMOHE left Wednesday lorxalol Ill to vliilrola lives MRS JULIA HUGHES end family kayo moved Into their pretty now homo IEAKSOK MILLER of Stanford was hero a few days since Wayne Co Record Miss CottA JURBY of Peweo Valley will arrive today to visit Miss Sallto Duddcrar MISSES JESSIE DBANB COOKE and Lurlle Cooper mo vlalilng relative at LancasterMRS S REID ot Lexington h visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jno M White MISSES NELL DILLON and Rose M II ler of Lancaster paid this otilco a call Wednesday MRS WT MmtlMgI and children of Livingston havo been with Mrs O J Newlaod Miss ISAIIKL WALKER of Garrard U over 00 a visit to her brother Mr W O Walker Misses AOOIB CARNEY and Fidelia Sharp of Junction City are with Mrs W O Speed Miss FLLA LBB BARNBTT Is visiting Mil Kite B Drye and other relatives near JMtonvlleIFOREST MCCLARY Initiated the shirt pant rage hero yesterday Ho has teem for sale ni I2J10 Rev W M lirltt has recovered cut fl icntly to bo able to Oil his regular appointment hero Sunday- W o MERSHON and wife of St Louis have been vlilllng Mrs Gran vlllo Mcrthon and daughters MISSKS MAUI MOORE and Pearl JohDMD of Doyle have been guests of Muses Salllo and Jennlo Lynn MKSDAMES SAMUEL REID and Pris Rio Drye of Uustonvlllc visited rela tives here the first of tbo week MRS HELEN HUKKMAN of Huston ville Is visiting her brother Judge J P Bailey and other relatives hero Miss SALLIB LYNN wont to Millers hire Wednesday to be one of a houso put given by Miss Julia Carpenter Missis KATIE SIMPSON and Mr o b Brown of Lancaster were hero We Unedy on route to the Brodhead farR L McDraALU son of J P Mo D Jgald of Danville If slowly lifprov icgfrom a serious attack of typhoid fvjr MRS A K DBNNY and Mlts Bello D nay who bavo been in Madison county since June returned home Wed nrsdayMrssRS W G WilLOH R B Ma bony F M Ware E J Brown and K C Walton wont to the BroJhoad fair yesterday MRS DrNcAN GOODLOK ono of Bjylos best democrats was hero Wd r a3ay on his way to Richmond to via la mother DMR9 J N MUNEPBR and MUa Lu c io Mcncfoe havo returned from avis pa Mrs K B Ritchie al Mineral Wlla Texas DITCH LotS LANDRAM who is eying Crab Orchard Springs was hero Wednesday accompanied by Miss Aitio Markabury Miss LINDA MILLER liSat Oxford 0 attending a house party given by Ilea Annlo May Shropshire who ru wntlv visited her MR J A HAMMONDS our splendid n iibblo correspondent was hero Wed eiday on hla way to Casey to visit rol Uires aud old friends MRS J B CROUCH who has been vNonl In Ohio since July 10th return u homo yesterday with the twins and he old man Is happy again Miss ANNIE BRONAUOH gNOLE IAN ras hero yesterday to meet Mr and Ira Thomas Covlngton of Richmond ho came to visit at Mr G R Eagle ans ED WALTON came in with tho circus rain yesterday morning and remained l see tho toni taken down last night vdvocale Lord how soma people are Ivan to lIapsus lingua Mr JAMES MItm uI has given up- position aa bead miller at J H iaughman Coarralll and has boon accooded by Mr U S Traylor Mr illburn went to Danville yesterday Mu ED S ROWLAND of tho mer liant tailoring firm of Rowland do oOdcock Danville was hero this cek to see Messrs Cummins Mot ary whom he secured to represent e firm here J I BuiaiiT of Lexington the host democrat on the road Is hero to see our merchants JAMKS DUUDEUAK and family havo moved W Stanford jind occupy thollall property on Lower main Mus J W ALLEN and Miss Anne Hold of Iluslonvlllc woro hero Wednesday on their way to Paint Lick to visit relatives A DOZEN or moro couples enjoye n delightful watermelon foto given Mr and Mrs L L Duty last night honor os Missus Fannie Doty and Isabel Wltllcur of Garrard LOCALS to BllAN now styles In neckwear JP Jones NEW Disc plow at Illgglns ft Me Klnnoya BuuatES harness hips c chea ut Wcaron Bros DOUGLAS shoes for gentlemen Cum mini A McClary lUHODNO secondhand school books at Craig S lockers SIR the now shirt walsW for mon at Cummins McClary FIVE bushels of ohlckon feed for II J Baunhman ft Co fill sale of Mrs Singletons farm oc curs at Crab Orchard tomorrow re Wi soil Centlmeroa kid gloves and lit thorn to the hand JP Jones WIIoro handling thu Lightning Hay Prose and repairs Woaren Bros CAtt IoAU of tho celebrated Horse Shoe fertilizer just received Deazloy t lays SPECIAL for school children A heavy verge Paragon frame umbrella for 60c J P Jones THE second nine of this place did up Lancaster second team 11 to 11 on their grounds Tuesday afternoon TilE harvest Is past the summer Is about ended and you will never bo say ed unless you pay your subscription NEW Eddy sllkaBrandenburrgclotbe percales calicoes outings and flannel ettes for early fall sowing at Severance ft Soot Outs stock of Quconswaro is about complete Call and eco It Something pretty to show you Geo U Farrl CorYOUR taxes are now past due and you must not put off paying them long er but come at onoe S M Owens sheriff A COUPLE of dusky damsels Polly and Lena Hays wore before Judg- Usiley for lighting yesterday bu both were acquitted J BlUTKMirBit 22 Is this last day for fil ing claims road pike or other kinds against the county No claims will bo flied alter that date O B Cooper clerk Tint stockholders heroin the Somer not Banking Co have not been advised stall of the condition of affairs All sorts of rumors aro afloat the latest that there la a defalcation of over 40 000 KILLED J H Haines formerly of Lincoln was killed by tho cars at Lex ington In such mannorat to warrant the belief that he took that method of committing ruloldo Ho ww to have been married next day Clltcus Everybody knows thjU Cooper Cos circus Is tho bOIl for tho money It charges of any that over visit this section It will bo hero In nil its glory Monday 3d Come In and lee the parade and tho show LHCTUUE Elder J W McGarvey of Loxlngton will deliver a leoturo nt Goabon ohurch on Wednesday ovanlng Sth on his travula In the Holy Land with splendid view of all Important points Admission 20cforchlldrcn lOc SPEAKING Hon J P Duncan of Carrollton lion J C Bsckham of Shelby and District Elector Wm J Price of Boyle will spunk V Stanford tit 10 oclock A M Monday Sept a Republloansii ua well at democrats arc Inyltod CASTLil COUH tho late residence of Mr Richard Cohn Sr and cares of land lying on the Mllledce vllle pike sold nt auction Wednesday to Mr Richard pobb Jr at 81065 Some knob land belonging to the es taw only brought lOu an acre A good crowd was nt the sale a number com lag from a distance FINED Thn Richmond Register says that Anderson Carr of Stanford Harvey Bimildus Ed Galnoa and Geo Steward all of color wore arrested on a charge or tho lllelal sale of whisky They were taken before Judge Rico and Carr was fined 5100 and costs while the others wero released Carr had booth rented at tho colored fair and Intend of selling atrfctly what ho had a right to sell ho procured some whir ky and sold It on the grounds Tho other three wero only hired by Carr a olorksMCCLultnMr Curtla Gover tele phoned us from Crab Orchard this morning that Mr Joo McClure died at 030 last night Ho was one of iho East Ends cleverest and beat citizens and tho now of his death will cause sorrow wherever bo la kuown Ho married Mica Sabra Hays six or seven year ago and aho and one child are loft to mourn the loss of a splendid husband and father Mr McClure was a brother of henry D McClure of Turnoravlllo Typhoid fiver was his trouble The burial will occur at Crab0rchiard this afternoon i j WILLIAMSBURG EDITOIt GOES THEItB TO ANSWER LI iilRf SUIT AND GETS CA1TUHED 1We bavo mot tho opcmy nnd wo are theirs We deadened over Into their country Wednesday and wore not only captured but really enraptured with our captors Il was in tho county ofdWllllamsburg that we caJlI fightncm we over them collectively or individually which allegation we deny and defy tho alllga tors The reason of our pilgrimage in the little city In the hills was to Ins wer nn Invitation extended by cxStato Inspector Columbus W Lester to show cause why wo should not pony up 15000 for simply reproducing what was apparently a well authenticated state Loinpirrnui to ono Robert Nooks who was In custody of an olllcor Two responsible paper at least hud charged buforo wo printed the Item but Immediately on Bluing Mr Lesters denial of the charge we gave him the benefit of Iti and before wo dreamed of a suit over tho matter Aftor wo saw by a dispatch In tho Courier Journal that he had brought suit wo published a full expla nation of our position In tbo promises and not only denied tho slightest mal ice In the publication but any desire whatever to reflect on Mr Lester whom although not personally ac quainted with him wo knew to be a good man and to have filled a roapon lble position under Gov Bradley most creditably The explanation did not seem to satiety Mr Lester however and he continued to insist that we come to Wllllamsburg and toll the court that wo wero not animated either with mal ice aforethnugnt cvjl prepense as wo lawyer say which we are sure the court who has known us from boyhood know without being told Tbo case was set for Wednesday but on accpupt of the absence of ono of our attorneys bllllttu roes and Mr Lester kindly consented to a continuance to another day of the term In thla connection we may say parenthetically that If wo know ouraolf we would not Intention ally Injure a living creature byword or publication and that had Mr Lester complained to Ut directly we should have taken delight In setting him right and making the fullest amends peas blo Wo dont have to bi sued to make us do right but try to do It under any and all circumstances Wo found Mr Letter to bo anything but n bad man from Bitter Creek In fact bo appears to be n pretty clover follow but liable like all humans logo wrong occasionally and bring libel suits We had the good fortune by sugges tion of Judge Alcorn to find an abiding place at Mra Neeleya hotel Sbo Morrowtattorneys their homo with her It la a mighty pleasant place to spend a day and night Mrs Nooluy is a pretty young widow and was expecting friend by the train wo arrived on but he didnt como and Judge Alcora explained that the heartiness of tho welcome she extended aa was due to the fact that she took us for the one expected Speaking of Judge Alcorn reminds us to say that the peo aplc of Whitley and in fuel all the counties bo practices In look upon him ail the greatest wan living The men swear by him the women name their children after him and tbo other laws opintion ua not ouly the law but the gospel besides The judge certainly hue got em tricked up there and If the matter wits loft to thorn bo would bo governor president or anything else he might call for Saddened t y the eavereaj loss that can befall n moan after almost u life time of happy consort Judgo Morrow In nut the bright and cheerful man he was when ho usedto provide over the Lincoln clruull court but occasionally his wellknown and peculiarly charac turlittlu laugh at a good joke which ho tolls with great humor puts everybody in a cachinnating mood Like us ho never was much fatter than n mulch and the few pounds of flush that bo has accumulated since we saw him last shows up well on him Ho apologized for not coming to Stanford while he was al Crab Orchard and wb accepted hit apology on n promise that bo would never be so remiss again We formed a number of pleasant ac quulptdncea in Wllllamsburg Including Mr J W Slier cashier of the local bpnk It la said you sever really know and like u man till you have hud alight with him and while wo did not exactly have a tight with Mr S we should have jumped him hud wo known at the time thai the local militia company had been mustered out that day The point of his offending lay in a vory howl iating remark he made na wo wore Ir traduced I know your eon Ed very welt ho said which was enough to make even an older man than we who Imagine wo look almost aa young aa wo used to be jet hot In the collar Wo whenabo suggested that he would have a hempen necktie adjusted to our case If wo didnt look a lello oud Mr Sl ier has held many olllcus of honor and trust In his county and la at present the republican repreeeniallvo on the elec tion commission Whataro you dew ocrau going to do with the election lawV ha asked Give you one that the meanest Brownie or thu worst repub a can not gainsay we responded when ho coptlnned We never had a fairer squarer election in Shltley county than tho ono held under the Goubel law because the democratic commissioners wore aa honest ua my lieU but the opportunities for fraud un der U are too numerous In these days of anxiety to obtain partyadyanI tage1 Mr Slier la a whole cooled and highly pleasant gentleman such aipiie LAn W51 ID ihi Wo had never met our attorneys Messra Tvo and Denbam before They are up to snuff In their profession and lenders of n good bar Mr Tyc fa after our own heart politically but Mr Donham la bound to republican Idols Uos nil right however otherwise and wo overlook the only objection to him for yip same rcasou thai the great en tertainer Polk Miller says an old dar ky gave him when he naked Rastus why Is it that you always voto tbo re publican ticket Jest becaso I dont know no better Mr Miller he no la a really pretty little city but it being laid oil after the or der of Boston with Its angles and curves a tcnderfooican easily lose his bearings There aro many pretty reel dences and the academy and Baptist Institute buildings will compare favor ably with those of any place of Its size In ono particular if no other II U ahead of Stanford Its electric light burn all night while ours shut oil shortly past midnight Wo never saw- a quieter or more orderly place than the capital of Whitley and we have a notion of going there to live If wo have any money loft after Brer Lester gets through with us The militia company tiereorganizd- on n republican basis was mustered out by Capt Calboun Tuesday when It Is sold that the buys returned about twice aa ua they got tWo Agent J B White for courtesies He held open his olllco an hour at night to receive an uuewur to a dispatch we sent Of course eo obliging a gentleman could not bo other than a good democrat Most of the towns along the lino ore holding their own while Livingston la fairly growing and spreading like a green bay tree The last time we were there a miserable old hovel wee called by courtesy the depot Now a band some several story building in which Chief Trbln Dispatcher L M Wester field and an able corps bold forth rears lie commodious proportions heaven ward modernly fitted with water and other conveniences while flower gar dens appear and cooling fountains play on hillside and valley The place is un usually well provided with hotels and flourishing stores abound Tbo L ft N doesnt give us a pass any moro but makes us pay for riding just like the other common folks so when wo compliment the improvements has made along the line and say It has the cleverest employee of any road In tto country we do It from a purely disinterested standpoint It Is a pleas ure to ride albeit at 3 cents a mile ItObln80DiiofDouglas of the Short aro gentlemen who know bow to treat gentlemen and to make ladles Tool that ll II a privilege to ride on their train The Short Dog as the train Capt Douglas runs la strangely called la perhaps the slowest train in the world not even excepting the jerkwater that runs between here and Richmond on the C Il takes wore than an hour to run the 17 miles between Cor bin and Willlamaburg and an expert railroader could easily jump oil the engine run around the train and get on the rear when It Is going Its fastest The track seems to be good and why peoples patience should be so severely taxed la Innxpheabe unless the L N wants to give its patrons along time ride for a little money Our mission was far from a pleasant one but we rather nJoed the diver sion and shall not therefore quarrel with our friend the snowy Mr Lester for snaking ua mako It mITHE BRODHEAD x The fifth annual exhibition of the Rockcasilo Fair Association la going on at Brodhead and Rockcatlo people aa well aa those from numerous other counties are enjoying It Wednesday the Oral daywas devoted mostly to farm products needle work and women work generally and the display was line A good trotting race a run nlng race and a mulo Taco wero hotly contested In the afternoon Wilcox won the former with niggln and Tray nor second and third James Spoona morb won the running and E J Mink the unite race Bud Dunn brother of lour A C Dunn got the blue In the walking ring with his great mare that has never known defeat Nearly nil of the rings were well filled tind some had nil high as 10 entries The Ml Vernon band Editor E A Albright leader la furiiUhing tine music Col Jordan Peter Chandler as ring marshal ia u bowling tjuocess Tho skin games are thuru by the doz enIH C Jones got premium on yellow corn white corn and variety of corn broom corn cane poaches and won tho pony race Rattler is a hustler- B A Riddle won on beets and pear ElII beets were almost ua large aa pump kinstI on but tar and Mrs Dr Haggard on cake Miss Ella Dunn took lour ties Black berry wine peach preserves honey and best trimmed bonnet A beautiful lot of silk quilts wore exbTbllcd Rockcastle ladies can beat the world with the needle President J Thomas Chery Secre taryJ W Tale and Vice President A J Pike are making everybody have a good time They are the right men fur the places they till The dl rectors are the most substantial men la tho county The crowd yesterday was fairly good and stock of various kinds from several counties was exhibited Everybody seemed In a good humor and the day was a thoroughly enjoyable one Ron IG Gilbert and Cot WG Welch were among the dlBllnuulahed guests whb received much attention The night to a largo audience and- ns usual made a Ono speech Lack of space pro vents our giving the awards In fifll but appended are some of the inure Impor tact ones W II Untnnaman got premiums on mule ono and under two mule two and under three bunk any age ewe any ago x F Francisco shoat bmatand Berk shire sow Wm HyslnjfBr ball calf bull any ageH C Junes cow any age R K Guinea of Llncolnbull catra maIDllluII1 one hoary Sutton got several ties in eluding nad on pair of mules U C El ward gelding one year and under two gelding two and over and guldrng any ale Luaion Dunn son of A C Dunn of Lincoln won the premium fOr the best boy rider defuallnit fled Dunne son who hall never haen beaten Bud Duet but and etnuotheat walk er Miss Etta Pike won In the ring best lady rider Len Shanuopof Lincoln mars two year and peer D S Wilcox of Richmond won the pacing race in straight hunts with Napier McClure of Crab Orchard second and H H Riddle of Rockcas UP third Scoa Farrld won the running race Three of the handsomest married women on tbe ground were almost In jpirable yesterday They were Mos dauea J W Brown J Tnuuiut Cherry and James I Hamilton the tatter ol LancasterG Morgan wun the INTEKIOK JOURNAL premium beat lot of washed and plck dwool A great croAd ia expected today and the program Is the best yet Much terest Is centered In the Tandy turnout ring and there will probably be aa many ua 10 entries The racing card Includes the 8100 trot LOST between Stanford and Mllledge vlllo a red back pocket day book con wining valuable papers Reward Charles Lutes Mllledgevllle THEIR many deeply sympa thize with John S Murphy and wife In the loss of their little son just a year old Cholera Infantum took the little fellow away and caused aching hearts in the household The burial will oc cur in Buffalo cemetery this morning LAND STOCK CROPS flC- Tennesseea wheat crop will average only 11 bushels J O Hays sold to W P Grimes 17 yearlings at 620 E L King sold to J C Hays a bunch of yearlings at 810- V f H Sbanka sold to E P Woods 176pound hogs at He- BurnSlde Leavel sold to John D Harris 100 feeders at lie hjJ F Oitfs bought a lot of mules in Wayne county at 8107 50 to 8125 J W Baugbman bouphtau Aberdeen Angus bull of Charles D Marvin for 200 Please call and settle for the season of 18on owe Din and oblige M S Baugbmau E P Woods sold to C E Miller ol Illinois S3 yearlings for Oct 15 dolly ery nt 4Jc Conrad Watt bought of W G Hiatt a buncb of steers al 410 and some hell ers at 2c 1C M Rlie of Danville killed 42 doves In 40 shuts on the Hughes farm In Garrard IfIVo hundred picked ewes extra in size and age G A Swinobrotd Son Lancaster IW S Drye Co of Hustonvllie sold to R W Robb of Boston two harness geldings for 880D Miss Lucy Bush of Anderson coun ty hud a field of wheat threshed nhluh yielded 15 bushels per acro J B dama hits bouib the Edward McCarty farm rear town on the Stan ford pike and will move to It lu March advocate McAlllatorlBras of I S 1hllllps u buDuh of 000 1I01IlUt yearling catttle nt 4c for Oct 1 en Corbett knocked IcCI out in tbo GUi round ui MudUon Square Giirduo lust ntgat BJGELMTS Tho 600Acra Farm of tho lato S W Givo =s Er For Sale Livo Stock On Wednesday Sept 12 1900- At 10 on the premises known as the S W aivons farm wo Mill soil ut public prolwrtyTheKnob Lick a station on the L A N It and on the Stanford Shelby City plko ors ShelbyOltvloading produce 4c It U wall watered with onil and tho Knob plllCU1All73 acres Uln grass and the placo U knownIue being one of tho finest moolc State Every acre of It can bo cultlvut led and all of It will bring kpluudld returns It U a uplnndld brick linlldlngcontaltilnp 10 rooms and two large hulls It U In a rood state of repair and modern In build There arc nil iifce arv onthnlldlni Also acres of good luob laud At the same tlmo we will sell n Shorthorn cows 3 Jersey veer big rod heifer 3 yearling steers I huff 33 owes pllr of work horse 11 lIroldcolII bland mart 5 rear old caddie place binder 3 mower liny rake cut tvtiar and ofbuggyniture We will aloe sell excellent Victor Suvk Scales bran new This sale U wade for a dlvltlon of the ci tato WP OIIIUCS IroaclicMvIlloi U W GIVENS Ilubbla Write either of the above or call oS W adjalningtheb I 3TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN IMy official term of tour years ns Present of the KY OltOWEKS iNSUfl ANOE COMPANY expired on the 2ld day of the present monthand lam NO LONGER CONNECTED With said company ic any other official capacity J E DELPH THE SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also the Micron VoHey Fertilizer i We have been using this for several years withlgood results HIGGINS McKINNEY ReducedPrices on Straw h- atsOUTPALEINTWO We dont want to carry them over and almost any price takes them Ladies Slippersi Greatly reduced In price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent lealh er for 5- 0ALLSUIVliViEROOODS Must go aiii its your opportunity Ho Jo M9M0BEffiTc 17ra M mv tret Z8 IJt y t J 3X W rM1 r BIG is PreparatIonS m Fjpr the Fall Trade m New Goods Irf 4wAre arriving diilr We will have for your inspection New Dress KS tti Goods Silks French Fannels SWgler Shoes for Women noel Chll 35 drum and a fine line of Fancy No ions SM i COME AND SEE US 1 t i t For your Fal needs The quality and price will please W SEVERANCE SONS is I Opposite Court house r1 t l1 f ffi The poulnrttr tf the HANAN SHOE mensjJust as stylish and wearing Just ns tong dont go with won that have triel Dont waste your money on Slices that dont suit you BUY HANAN9BAnd have tho beat The above rut gives exact style of our Patent Kid Butt just in Dont fail to fee them JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KYryNext Session will open Monday Sept 3 = Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue toYdp tt pr- d u3 THfilNTEhlORJOllRNAl t Entered nthe pottoffice at Stanford at lecondclati matter P bllahCIUsay8 4nd irtdavA- 1 1 PER YEAR CASH When not lapaldmaOO will e barged s QUEEN CRESCEHl South tan Junction City No ownotiUn VoIU50r JV5 1122 No 01101 etUMcg Smith o2Idot top 04 848 No 0 1211 h u FRANKFORT AMD CUiCIHHATI Qflease Frankfort 180 AM IOr It r iMdilnx FrAnkfort after ronmetlnii with J tCtrninaIIlUAJI7 and 91111 u The latter train leave for tiporziiown at 7l5r II J U SKWWNU P A SOUTHERNd f 4JJ RfllUftY IN KENTUCKY y Coiitntid Schidili Is tfct Miftt 1900 AMTnonxtx No5 S-r IxmUvville 741am 400pn pm Ar Shelby villa 910am 532pm 9orr- IarencftbfAr 950am 63pm Q4 pm Az Versailles 1016am 6Mpm IOA- IpmArLexlnetonI0am wLYnOaNA as 7l5pn 1ai topmI ut 13atmLi zpm Ar VereUleaa jam 505pm Ar Iareneebi MXuml 630pm Ar Sbelbyvllle 910am flISpn 1I1amI AJ LooUvlUe m 740pm t fta ZABTBOCMIX IllNo STATIONS WESTB0I1fn1 400pm 7 LT Loulsitl Ar 655pm laoo ILlLv LarncbreAr 4 Tttpm ia ArllarodabgLv 440pm 1 mII T30pm Ior Ar Margin Lv 430pm USTIIOUzm WL3TBOUND i Noe7 8TATIOI No hl tNo sa- I 400pm 745am LT Loulsrll Ar la40am ftXpm OIOamIa Shelbrll Ar 810im a15pmI C47pm laSsm LT Verslles Ar 760am 1I000pmI TIOpm 1110am Ar Midway LT 730am i sOpmlJlASnJOUD r745am 400pm LT Loulsrll Ar 1040am 740p- mlatara 6J0pm LT Venues Ar 750am 5KpmI- LOSam 735pm ArNlchlvlll Ar ftWam tatpm SllIpmIL1 Loulirllle tsam 74 pm Ar Lexington 1a45am lasopm Ar f noir 0 1IxiP in tWm A hcvlllo SIOam iiopm loAr MVim Jacksonville 9 ara LT Chattanoogattpm Jnm Ar Atlanta 11SOata Ar Maron llSoami SKpa Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm LT 810pm 845am Ar Chattanoogak lOfifipm ll45an Ar Merhllan 23tam 930pm Ar New Orleans 850am No 3 through sleeping car Louisville to Utr salneham via Lcilctton and Cbattanooua obiervatlon ehatr cat LbuUrtlls to Lexlobtoa Na Q free obserrstlon chair oar Lextnrton U Loulnrllle Na kleeptneetr nirmtnt ham to Loutivllls via Islington All trains between LouUtllU Lexington and Burgin dally- Dstwccn Versallk and Georgetown Nos anil Kd llj NosB7and6S SallyexceptSunda7 Between Versailles Nlcbolaivtlla Rio b- andmood Irvln dally except Sunday f tDally excepl Sunday Other trains dally rSOAK OKM VPa OM J hL CULr T M Washington D C Va hlngton DQ WATORROPA TTnttTATix Ao PA Washington D C Louisville Kjt FARM FOR SALE Oontnlna 105 acres and Is In n splcndU state of cultivation On the lack pike 24 mile from Hustonvlllo and tH from More land Has on It a dwelling cf five room and Rood tenant house besides necesnurv outbulldlngti Splendid orchard good well and two springs Terms easy W II WniOUT Hustonvllle Ky t t CumD rlan Falls Hotel NOW OPENA Faro better than ever Fishing season in full blast Daily hark to nod from station lots of amusenjentcj A mrdo Summer resort Write for catalogue and further parllc ulars yMBETW- EENLOUISVILLE t and CHICAGO BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS t IhUNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO s Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers K II HA CON n P HIIIit r nkvktt 6t JT J1 THE ONE WHO STAYS AT HOME urgoIThe famllr grows and somo Far from the Bholtcrlng roof Where high suns burn or cold wind blow To hold the foo nloof Dut while tho many forward run And great ships go nnd come Ye let ua sometimes think of one The one who atnjrsnt home Stout hearts have they who cross the seas And distant perils face Who wish to cape from deadening mss Or scale lo higher place nut valiant too Is he whose heart Like theirs would breast the foam Tot at tho old hearth keeps hie part The one who stays at home New countrlei have creat fields to reap Need young and vigorous brain nut Motherland sumo sons must keep To sow and bind her grain The old folks too need some One ther They can no farther roam Of all the nock theres tons to FVGreIThe one who stays at Joseph S Dunn In N V Independent C41 I4 IJn jMr Jobsons New Camera tk9i VX6sVi UVfeU S iII AIIEN Mr Jobson got home one V Vevening a few weeks ago he wo carrying a kodak lie pointed It playfully at Mrs Jobou when he en tered the house t at next said Mrs Jobson Vhdidnt ydu get n new red sled Theres too much of the new red sled about you Mrs Jobton said Mr Jobson good nnturedly Ive been wanting one of these here contraptions ever since I was two years old and I took this one today on trial Going houseIgoing to photograph our parlor end bedroom from different polnta and send them to that magazine that pub lishes specimen of palatial American interiorsThatll do you for sarcasm Ira Jobsonw replied Mr Jobson warning ly Nom Im not going to take any palatial interiors Im going ta- take an even dozen views otthe mil tress of this establishment under vary IDS circumstances and condition and when IVe taken all the views Im going to have the plcturesfinlslitxland strung- in a row over the mantelpiece In our bedroom tied together with bits of pink ribbon They1l be both Instruct lye and diverting Theyll teach you a whole lot of things Mrs Jobeo i Ab Just stand where you are a minute Mr Jobson pointed the camera at here there was a little click and Mr Jobsons face beamed with satisfac tionThatll lx Xo 1 he said Ill label that View of Mrs Jobson with her hair done up in kids when her hua band comcs home alter a days toll when ie ought to be fixed up like sometlnng to receive him Thatll do flrelrato to lead off with Ive got a dozen films in this contrivance Mrs Job in and Im going to devote em zfll to you When 1 get the whole dozen views of you Im going to rig up the bathroom aa a dnrk room develop the plates and make the pictures I feel assured that theyll help you a great deal Mrs Jobson They are all to be taken under the most unfavorable cirenmsteneee I presume said Mrs Job on My dear said Mr sobonilrm fo Ing to give you every chance But the compute dozen rictur a are going to sort o Illustrate things around this household Tomorrow morning for example when I perceive that you are itching to get me ont of the house and started for the oflleejto that you can go down town and buy 1745 worth of genuine valenclrnne tnce at three cents a yard at a bargain counter to be put a way In one ofyour nttlc trunks and there Mowed against a rainy day why IOU just take a little snapshot of yon and UV4 ito Mn Jobson in the net of stetting o tto get her moneys worth Thatll make a tiptop No 2 ontIt1 yes that ought to be real 4oe said Mrs Jobson AJKl the others Ob Ive got plenty of ideas as to the others saM Mr Jobson For ex ample youre been contending for the past 17 yeiira that your husband Is the only living human or almost h being wbo sleep with bier mouth open occasionally Im going to get a fl uJi Ught view of yon when youre taking it nap with your mouth wide open and thatll make a cbaracteriwtic and unique No s Dfm1 you think IIOr It will be lovely said Mrs Jobwjn Tell me some more of yonr ifieae Well went on Mr Jobsou Im go- Ing to get you some time in the oct of taking what you and the rest of your sex call a good cry one of those func lions that you map out in advance ascend youve done all the chores anti to your room to have out in good shape und on schedule time I wish this here contraption would take colors sos it could show up how red and puffy your eyes get when you are having n good cry but itll do nil right anyhow Im going to label that one Mrs Jobson In the act of executing her regular schedule cry 5100 In gold offered to anybody Including Mr Jobson who can find out what she is crying about That will be a nice one too said Mrs Jobson Please go on Then Im going to get a vicvv of you In that rainyday skirt of yours sold Mr JobsonI amconvinced that when you see yourself as others we you In your rainy day skirt yonll not only abandon the ralny day skirt at once and forever but youll pat your din lereited husband on the back andcall him philanthropist with a capital P for showing you what a sight and shore you mode of yourself by disregarding bU entreaties Ill label No SMrs Jobson lit her very worst Delightful said Mrs Jobson More please Then Ill have one of yon In the net of asking your longsuffering husband If Aeulnado the Hnfr luni one of the S SSPAINS GREATEST HEED Mr I Bolliar of liircvloo Spain pcml hit winter at Alktn S C Wrak nrrro had ruJwrertpilntln the hark of hit brad On nug Electric America greatest Illoo and Aerie ln lOOn left lilra Ho says this fraud nuriiclne ii whet hit fuunlrv nenlr Alt America knows that It cures liter soil kidney Iron ble purifies the blood tnnra up the tntiiMli the nerves puts vim vigor and new bodrUuarantttd only M cent SoldJhjriPenny Drug gift Colored Fair Danville Aug 293Ut round trip rates In effect on dayor thn lair via the Queen k Op ri nt fleall points between OeocjreUiwn ands tar I f persecuted Armenians living In the Philippine Islands thue portraying the care with which you keep up with current eventa JBeautlful said Mts Jobson That makes six Tell me all the rest Lets see said Mr Jobson Nor wont have you In It but it will con ceru you Ill take n view of that 57CO piano that I slaved and tolled to buy foryou after youd begged for it and told mo that you could Just die a play llng the piano and Ill label that Mu steal Instrument which Mm Jobson hasnt touched for two years tour months and IS days Tbat11 be n highly truthful one paid Mrs Jobson Now you ban the fIyou wear lug that 24 hnt that you bought the- oherdaythatplastcredover with rio lets sad hydrangeas and geraniums nnd popples and1 rose nnd Ironeysucklcs sad hyacinths nnd lilies of the valley and sunflowers and cauliflowers aud- chrysanthemums and sweet pens and pansies and lilacs and other flora nUll fauna flnd things the bat that looks illko it ought to decorate the head of a little elght jx aroUi child of the rIellI on her way to Sunday school landau automobile with two French nurses along with her Im going to label No 8 Mrs Jobson in the act of trying to convince herself and her husband and the rest that she is real youngClever idea that commented Mrs Jobson SoW No 0 No 9 mid Mr Jobson scratching his chin reflectively will portray you in the act of reading with vvide eyed avidity that noble chef doeuvrc Artless Artie or From Chambermaid to Duchess Thatll be labeled Mrs Jbb Bon engaged in literary pursuits Xo 0 will be lovely too euld Mm Jobson Xo 10 now please Well I might snap you from the parlor window as you lean over the front gate npd converse In low earn est passionate tones with that hatch etfaced woman next door who locks her husband up in the cellar when he asks her pern lssiort togo down to the cigarIin the net of mocking tier kind ont loving husband Another Idea said Mrs Jobson Nowfor7foil Jfo 11 could be n view of you in the net of receiving 13 or SO peddlers nUll fakirs down in the basement hull and buying out everything they had In their packs and labeled Srs Jobson as nn almoner and a goou thing And last bub not least said Mrs Jobson inquiringly I havent got Kb 12 charted out yet Mid Mr Jobson but itll n fitting climax to the Mrs Jobson hod thought thatAhe POINTED THE CilKllA AT lIEn was speaking satirically But be wwmt Mr Jobson took snapshots ol Mrs Jobson from time to time when she was looking at her worst and before she eonM fly the merciless eye of the camera and he grinned car dpirfenlly every time the inrtrnment eJlcked and one more film was added to hfo collection He took the final snapshot of the dozen one morning last trek snd in tilt evt hig he brought home nn armful of gear and chemicals wherewith to transform UK bathroom into n photographic dark room He spent tour hours rigging up hls apparatus and then with an es presflkm of Int4twe amusement on tie features h took the camera and dfs appear within the darkroom to develop the films Two mlnnten later Jobton hear a torrent of remarks roeh ns she hall read of in con nection with pirates and the army In Flanders nnd Mr Jobson burst out of the bathroom with bin hair tousled and an exprenslon of deep wrath Arent they good she asktr1 him Mr Jobson stood before her chair and shook hla finger ab her Madam he said I desire to know the exact date upon which you removed the films from my camera The Information Is essential for use In the papers which I shall have drawn up to morrow morning The papers have not been drawn up yet and tne dozen snapshot portraits Mrs Jobson tied together with lOt or any other color of ribbon do not adorn the mantelpiece in the Job son bedroom Washington Star The Citizen of the World IGreot Strong ManYou wouldnt have me work on Sunday would you Lady of the House Of course not What has that got to do wltblt Didnt yon know that by different nations every day In the week Greet apart for public vorshlp Sunday by the Christians Monday by the Greek Tuesday by the Perrian Wednesday by t r Assytlans Thursday by the Egyptians Friday by the Turks and Saturday by the Jews Being n citizen of the world you know I am forced to observe all seven of them as my Sab bath Uoston Transcript Vnlonlile Mole A New York musician has brought suit for 5000 against n hotel barber for cutting n moll from his cheek UKAINESS CANJJOT DE CURED Ily pplkatlont ai they cannot reach the illxnnml rllonol the ear There U only on way In cure deafnew sod that U bf constitutional rminllri ttoamu eauIIyanlobmed con ilttlunof Ihp inuctu lining of the Hutttcliliu Tube When ibis tulxli InBamril you here a rumblliigMunilorlniprrCrct hearing and when closed Isttrereult and unit- thelnambmloncanbetaken out und thU lub restured tit its normal condlllon hearing will destroyedloreveridneasesoutof ten are caued by Catarrh an Inflamed con linn n the iiiudiui surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any axe- Dsu that cannot be curd by1ldlCatarrbCure end for circulars rter trlltNFYACTHe1-i la h riii glta H II V itasrFl0 ti Clothing And pats- At CloseTo Close Out Now Is Your Chance To Got lIar alps In Tho Above Lines Geo H Farris G Co Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 lioscrvc nnd Surplus Have You Seenja Sample of Our New Endowment BondI- f nolt write to the homo office for literature or call on our nearest ngenttl for an explanation of its terms and conditions- I Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns J160 and five per cent interest for the average time forjenoli dollar phld In 2 Stook taken now xvlll all be matured in from eighteen to twentyfour month with a large putt redeemed in a Uluch shortorltlmo 0 It a matured In consecutive order consequently all clement of chance la elimina tell Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will jouroouponslbegin to mature For further information address A SMITIIf 110WM AX Secretary J O HAHEY Local Agent Stanford Ky Lexington Kv If You Should Get Sic rw CullauY + i dtlr 1VM3r Send youriPIescriptionEtoj Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This is now the mOst uptotlato Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re Gently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lcntes the now discovery In optics science I to say to the Ladies that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very latest Designs it jVlouldi gs i Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the mot elaborate paintings Among the lot is the New FleurDeIis mouldings specially for suitable nellcato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that re duiro a dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and get our prices WI will save you moneyJ24 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky Summer Excursions il The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk I lines Pennsylvania Lines G R I Rig 4 Route C HC D C O and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously to all summer resorts North II Special Low Excursion Rotes Arc now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen il Crescent via Cincinnati to g Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on i I Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to MackinacYo- u You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manltou to Mackinac re turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C H f D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never The famous resorts of the South arc also open oITcredison at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland halls Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful Queen A Cretcent tralni are o V vel Through Pullman deepen dally from all southern elite Parlor observation and 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