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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftE lISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY HT 1 H YEAR VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 1900 9 A M NO COLORADO AND KANSAS My slater and Ibuvo Just arrived in this Stale and after n two months tour through Colorado nod Kansas dear old Kentucky coins a veritable mean proportional between tho two Wo reached tho mountainous coun try around Cripple Creek Col tho second weok In August and encamped hill withon dorno heavenkissing cooling breaths from old Plkos Peak and others of hU clan wreathing them solves around ono could not but think that the reports of inch hot times In old Kentucky were more balluclnatloni of an excited Imagination did not remembrance of former experience rise to prove their truth A very great mining camp Is Cripple Creek NIne yearn ago wild animals hold sway where now a respectable city of 6000 Inhabitant elands and this district of 60000 10 dovaitutcd by fire throe yearn past nnd again ono year ago has now a pay roll of 81000000 a month Scores of miners lift their shaft houses from every bill and bun dreds of men work there day and night Everyone Is Interested either directly or Indirectly In mining though many a hoping eager fellow has found out that all II not gold that glitters Colorado scenery has been raved about and It has not been exaggerated cipcolally that Rround ColoradoSprlnJ1I and Manitou It Is not beautiful with Ibe gouty rounded slope curving streams overhanging trees fields of swaying blue graas and peaceful flocks that mark a Kentucky landscape It has not such sour Ingratiating loveliness It Is not merely pleasing to the eye The spirit of beauty was not In a light or playful mood It Is wonderful sudden fierce It Is awe Inspiring It fuel nates ones sense of the gigantic ones lomoittoul Is moved to admiration It Is not strange that Helen Hunt Jackson was Inspired In North Choy enne Canon for Colorados enormous rock domes lofty peaks deep cleft canons and rubbing water falls are sublime In striking contrast nopcars the level prairie country of Kansas Though this has been an unfavorable year for Kansas crop especially for corn a long drive tnto lbe country re years unexpected beauties In the Kan as landscape Prosperous farms whore fat cattle chew meditatively extend themselves comfortably for hundreds of acres though making thereby the houses far apart Restful Indeed was the broad expanse of level country darkening softly beneath the slowly lengthening shadows of tbo coming evening wbllo tho millions of diminu tive sun ttowera blinked their black cyei sleepily ard the sweetest of odor came surging up tram the thick alfalfa OcldlIutcblnoo Ka Is quite a noted salt mining d trctonc salt plant alone sending out 000 barrels day Kansas people I found to bo very pleasant und hospitable wbllo the little city of Wichita Is beautiful and will no doubt be crowded to the fullest extent during the carnival In October Hut ono might goon praising olher State at quite a length and ctlll be able to layItRen tupky Is lust as good Kcntnoky suits me Such at least Is tbeoplnlnn of AC Hustonvlllc Sept 20 HUBBLE George Wood sold some heifers to Gentry Bros for 3Jc M sJpoonamoro got his face con siderably bruised up and broke his nose by a horse drawing his foot up In his face wbllo stumping lllcs Mr Spoon amore was down under the horse when the acoldcnt happened M B Eubanks has gone to Wayne county to butsome young cattle Mrs George Dryc of Ml Vernon Is vlilllng friends In this community C P Underwoods silo was largely attended on the 27th and everything sold we11lr1 good dinner for all was well served anti everybody was glad they were alive and there urn brought 8160 per barrel Mr Underwood will movu to Danrll auii remain ihero till bo school his road ron Hut hero In hoping from all that bo may buy another farm some wriere In thU community nl hu and hi good wife will bo to much missed in the cuui munlly Mr Jack Rankin bus moved to the Gentry farm which ho recently bought iifll L Hubble wiLLions oran AWAY ItterntsI ntttldat0ILepukuu tuj xfonort In IbIIIIlwho are not u genemustuthenec4yandptakring The rTtle ion Us IWT rf nmu itn Cuui Colds here qua t aid tvr uii lion trill botlloof tliliKrml nte4klne rod hoe- thesatl4ctlunofknowtngiibas abuluUIr cured o r run Urontbllli lleaneocsundatldlraofthIhmtt nitt an LuDginre surely curt n r U u IVmy lit and lei a free IrUl bottle ItrguUr rare SOcunJII Kerry Inlll iuar nlrr ft prlM rr funded 0 REFltltntNTJ to Yrk s opffth Ht London an exchange wants lo know If ho will uiv the c pta Uro if ulcct ed No he will not novo it there but to Din utu tc utt iaa luvurml revenuo blUutiWOOD DUNLAl wants to go to ConI gress fiviii tm Aiumt illtirlct He could easilY till thf seat unto occupied by HHI t1 pnylcaiy tut tbero would ba tt moual Vo1I1UUoLIl WOniCIMO IIIQHT AND DAY Tlio tiiitlcit toil mUMInt little tul that ma- aNadeIi Dr Kttrta Lire iII Every U a IUICIMlIIlrol globule of health ht- I thanlteweku lobo Irength 11s11resotu tofu fsl lulU weulal 1hertI- oOlletnt In bulldhng up tIe braltb Only uo pit box Sold by Penny DruggbL te CHURCH MATTERS The protracted meeting at the Mc Kinney Baptist church conducted by Itev T IL Coleman closed with five additions The Anderson News says that Elder Reubolts mooting at Lawronccburg resulted In 28 additions to tho Chris than church Eld Charles E Powell writes us to change his paper from Shelby City to Fulton Mo where ho hasaeceptedthe- pastorate of tho Fulton Christian church Rove Ira Parlln and T M Smith closed a meeting at Wayncsburg which resulted In 21 additions to the Baptist church and a great awakening of tho members A largo crowd attended the dedica LIon ol a Christian church at Walls Schoolhouse In Casey Sunday Rev Gllllam preached the dedicatory ser mon which was a fine ono and a splen did dinner In great abundance was served on tbo grounds Tho Loulsvlito Methodist Conference voted down a proposition that tbo ministers donate 5 per cent of their income for the benefit of superannuated preach ore and their families The Rev Edward P Crowe wile expelled from the ministry for drunkenness Rev W W Bruco will preach at the Presbyterian church at Uustonvllle Saturday night and Sunday next Com munion services will bo held Sunday morning All of the members and friends of the church are requested to bo present Sunday morning when It will be decided whether or not a pastor will bo called IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Will Slaver who killed Charles Tarter In Pulaikl was held In 11500 bondHenry Wllhtte shot and fatally wounded Pleas Vaughn at McWborter Laurel county Mrs William Goggle who bad many relatives In this county died at Somer set last week at a ripe old age Tho mule that walked Into tho First National Bank at Stanford Friday was very likely looking for his checkrein Cynlblana Democrat Now post OAlcee havq been establish cd at Fern Lclchcr county with S R Coombs as pottrRnMor and Valeria Wolfe county with J S Grain as post masterA was opened at Somerset Saturday morning but the dryIeo plo have filed a contest stating that tbe election on the whisky question was Illegal A rousing democratic olnb with A W Stewart president W H Jones vice president and T J Hays score tary was organized at Wlldie the olh or night SOCIETY OF All MY OF CUMBERLAND ATC1HCKAXIAUGA The Army of the Cumberland will meet at Chattanooga Oct 011 1000 At the same time a meeting of the National Park tommifslon and various State commis lions will be held and an inspection of this marvelous memorial to the heroism of tho Itluo anti the Gray will bo made locations of tablets and monument dU CUM II and points of InteSrst visited Mass meeting and meetings of the varioui societies attending will be held Every soldlerof 1S03 or of 18U8 should RO to this mcmotnblrt meeting at Chickamauga HALF TEll Round trip tickets Queen Crescent route from Cincinnati and north Oct 8 h and Dili good to return Oc 13th One fare round trip Write to W 0 KIHEAB v 0 P A Cincinnati He will give you full particulars and send you tree printed matter The first number of Walton Lex Inglon Morning Democrat has reached The Times It lean exceedingly lion and well tempered paper and Us utter seeds vlll glvo no otlenso to any demo crat If nny democrat expects to find a1V 11 eaee of rascality in politicians pooled Iu tae Democrat be will find Ijinolf iiUotfther rnlfciukea While a noiliV lucUlvo und bold writer Val Uin III liirfrmn belnj un apologist for rascally any mau in tbo State and the politician who claiming to be a democrat expects to get under the pro ipMtn of Wplfon runs when be goes vtriitf ll limn lImn woefully tnU ttKfu Th Dinvvirnt has n HUH field lot Ha wuiU uuJ lib editor i admirably suited for the needs of tbo hour and for tbo bouur nf ntuukyDr Woods In Howling Green Times pae fare roundtrip to Lexington via Southern Railway ucuouut Lexington trots great it harness racing In the rioutd Tlukuitt on gale Oct to 13 In VuMve 1001 to return until Oct 15 Southern Railway bus three dally LoxingIFor fartaor particulars Inquire of nearest agent of Southern Railway iT bivtft 14eeehturtgent Lexington Kv Win H Tnylnp Asat Genl Pass Agent LouisvilleKy1- 1heu yuu cauuot sleep roughing it Is badly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doles of r liiiubertatns t ongli Remedy to alliy iliti irriiHtiou of the throat and make sleep postlblu It Is good Try it For sale by Craft IIcc rer Druggists NEWS NOTES Tho formation of a worsted trust h in progress The Southern school of Osteopathy iC Franklin has 140 students registered Near Bcaliyvllle Walter Evans cut his wifes throat with a razor and then committed suicide with the same Hall daughter of Will Hall a wealthy cattle dealer of Floyd county sae burned to death as the result of a coal oil explosion Wbllo In a Jealous rage J P Dos sung a Louisville druggist killed MamlaCoc wltb whom bo had been living and then committed suicide Kid Hiinner an aeronaut who resid ed at Curamlngvlllo 0 was killed at Henderson wbllo making an ascension Isle balloon was blown Into the top of a tree and bo tell feet Tbo steel trust has begun to work a scheme to Inlluonco the election clos lag down mills on the pretext that customers are not buying because they want to wait and leo who Is elected Mrs Amanda Wilson and son Colle Wilson have sold the Bardstown Ob server to Messrs Ben Johnson and L B Samuels of the Record that city and Its publication will be discontinued Tho Philadelphia fc Reading Coal k Iron Company offered its miners an Increase of 10 per cent In wages The other companies will give similar notices but no agreement has been reachedAt five men took Scott Sbawler from his home gagged and bound him gave him to severe beatings and warned to leave town un der penalty of death Sbawler has sworn out warrants for the men Poors Manual of Railroads which Is now in the hands of the printer shows tbo mileage In tho United States to bo 180500 miles gross earnings 81330 000379 operating expenses 8889U55 3S5 net earnings 8117741014 surplus over all charges 1103017104 Tbe attorneys for Jim Howard have sent men out over Franklin county to galbcr evidence to discredit the jurors who tried Howard One representa Live of the defense is said to have threatened a woman with arrest If she did not furnish nn affidavit against Foreman Crulcbcr attendeeSeven thousand people Confederate reunion at Wllllamslown Speeches were made by Congressman Berry Bennett U Young and others Miss Myrtle Sbawban of Elllelon Station died on tho grounds She had consumption and was very weak and it Is thoucht the excitement and heat produced her death Warner N Newbold superintendent of tbe Soutb and North and Birming ham dlvlalonsof the Louisville Nub vlllo railroad committed suicide at Birmingham by shooting himself De spondency over the death of his wlfels thought to be the causo of his death The remain have been snipped to Louisville for Interment Galveston Is confronted by a serious problem The city Is vlrlualiy bank casbIA special session of the Legislature has been suggested to appropriate 100000 Gov Sayers reports a total of 072470 20 contributed for the storm sufferers This total is money sent to Coy Say ors and not distributed through other channelsJim was sentenced Saturday to be hanged Dec 7 for the murder of Gov Goebel Judge Cantrill overruling the motion for a now trial The sen tence was suspended for 00 pays pend ing an appeal to the court of appeals In response to the affidavit of B Lean der Gully that Howard was not In the executive building at tbe time of the assassination the Commonwealth filed a counteraffidavit of John W Ray of Carlisle county that Guffysuld on tho day of the shooting that Goobel would never be governorand tbat ho would be killed before the joint assembly met The affidavit of Roywill be brought before theJanuary grand jury Hon Jaraeft D Black who was defeated for the gubernatorial aomlna llon has been constantly on the stump since the campaign opened and Is do- Ing valiant service for the whole tick et Ho has asked to bo assigned to republican strongholds and will bo found in the thickest of the tight until victo ry Is achieved In November Ken tucky has no truer democrat than tbls mountain war horso Hopkiusvlllo Kentuckian Postmasters are be i assessed 811 each by the republicans In nn almost open manner As there are 80000 postmasters the fund would aggregate nearly 81000000 A Nebraska post muster has exposed the scheme and severaL of the letters are made public What most people want is something ml Id and gentle when in need of a physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In cflcct For nIp by Craig A Hocker Druggists Alamo shoulder Is usually canted by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of lhamber Iains Pain IJalm by Craig A Hocker Druggists J M Coach sold to Goocb Bros four calves for 875 LAND STOCK CROPS IC Mark Uardln sold to Lewis L Doty 17 yearlings at lie JHDunn bought of Alex Layton some yearlings at S25 Pair good aged mare mules for sale Mark Hardin Stanford O A Burr has been appointed post master at Ebonezcr Mercer county Twentyfour good yearling cattle for sale Albert Newland Cedar Creek Ocazloy Bros bought a mixed lot of horses In Marlon this week at from A50 to810d Out of the 14 starters In tho 250 pace at the Empl track only two finished tiikW P Grimes to Anderson 60 hogs at tic and to Woods Walker 15 calves at 120- Ll1wrence Rogers is banding 22 thor oughbreds and 10 trotters at the fair track Danvlllo New W B Rowe of AdaIr sold to Brldgewater k Hardeuy of Marlon 101000 pound steers at 4c L 0 King Is the first to finish sow log wheat Col J W Guest excepted Tbo former put in 40 acres J C King has sold to John F floltz claw his farm near Preachersvllle con taming 175 acres for 5700 Thomas B Adams of Lexington bought In Anderson county ICG 1000 to 1300pound cattle at 4 35 to 4c C S Brent Bro purchased 26000 bushels of bluegrass seed in Bourbon county last week at 40c per bushel The Bowling Green post ollice was robbed Saturday night of between 4 500 and 5000 In stumps and money Gcer has won close to 23000 In the grand circuit up to date Last year his winnings were a trifle shy of 824 000Four fat twoyearold steers four yearlings good color and a milk cow for sale Dr A K Caldwell Wayne burg Matt Slier bought of H a Davis and Milt Grayeon of the Preacbersvlllc section 200 barrels of corn In the field at 135 G A Slier bought In the mountains a lot of yearlings and twoyearolds at 3Jc and sold to Sampson Archer a mare for 8100 Matt Cohen bought of L H Hudson a brown gelding six years old for 050 Mr Hudson paid SliD for him a short while ago The Winchester Sun says that quito a number of lambs have been bought for next summer delivery at Sic Same paper reports sales of 233 ewes at 8325 Eubanks Bro started In yesterday to welch up the 800 cattle tbey aid their brotberlnlaw C S Miller of Rochester III bought In this section W S Dryc of Huslonvllle has tbo fittest stable of horses tbht has been In this county for a long time He scoured a dozen counties for them but he got good ones The sale of the late William Martins effects Saturday was well attend ed and the personalty brought good prices John Herzog bought the farm of 48 acres at 1650 Lutes k Co sold last week to G 3 Shelby 84 750pound cattle at 4c and U- on the bead They also sold 30 In Fay ettJ county of tbe fame at 4e and 80 ewes to Wesley Hughes at 165 The Glasgow News says L W Prof ton sold his handsome mare Nellie B to Hutcblns Bros of Bloomfield for and three good horses to W S IIGOO of Hustonvllle at fancy prices The oig money winners In the grand circuit up to date are Boralma 88000 Lady Geraldine 87650 Connor 747o Lord Derby 7300 Bonnie Direct 87 030 Annie Burns 87025 Georgena 10 500 Good crowds attended the of J J Allen and the effects of the late J F Russell in the West End Saturday and fair prices were realized J K Baugbman bought the Russell farm at 3360 Cresceus woe the 20000 stallion stake at Boston Charley Herr who got the first two heats was second and Gration Boy third Three heats were trotted in 207 one in 207 and the fifth in 2081 A large crowd attended Cot Patter sob Underwoods sale and that gentleman set a splendid dinner Good prices ruled throughout while mule colts went as high as In olden times Two mule colts sold at 80 5010 at 300 and ono at 833 bull 875 cows 830 to 150 bull calves 835 to 840 brood mares 840 to 860 jennet 840 The Ono Jack was withdrawn at8275 and Mr Underwood will sell him privately Corn brought 8166 at the heap and fodder ICo shock Implements brought good prices The famous 85000 Transylvania stake trotted at Lexington on Thurs day the third day of tho big trots Oct 2 to 12 will be the greatest race in Its history and the best ever trotted In tbe world Lord Derby 207 the fastest green trotter ever tallied Georgena 207 winner of the Charter Oak stake Bay Star tbe Kentucky bred mare that won In 203 at New York Boral ma 209f the pride of old Kentucky unbeaten since bo won the Kentucky Futurity Contralto 210 the great un beaten western four year old Silver Wilkes 2101 the Missouri whirlwind Alameda 209 the sensattodal Oregon mare York Boy 20J tbe game little son of Wilkes Boy pad otaors make up a field that has never boon seen to gelher before and never will again LANCASTER IRev Ira Partln has been called unao Imouily to preach for Harmony church this county where ho preached for two yearsRev J F Williams of Harrods burg is boldlnir revival meetings at the Fork church tbero having been 12 additionsHon H Tomllnson will jro to North Dakota this week to look after hit farming Interests W B Mason has returned from Hlllsboro 0 Gov Bradley was at homo last week Mr and Mrs B F Hudson and son Waller Messrs Lewis Gill and Char ley Collier have returned from Cincin nati A show of about 50 lanterns artisti cally designed In figures of natural objects was held by the children of the kindergarten department of the graded school at Dr J B Klnnairds resi dence on Friday evening a prize of being given for the prettiest design by Mss Murphy teacher of the class Miss Nora daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Minor won the prize her lantern showing leaves in perfect form and different shades of color A good number of the Gilbert club met on Saturday night and democratic organization was begun In earnest Capt Mike Salter was elected acslslant vice president Stirring remarks were made by W I Williams R H Tom linson J I Hamilton J E and T B Robinson R L Davidson and others The club will meet every Tuesday and Saturday nights Messrs David Rose Mike Salter T B Robinson and J I Hamilton were appointed as an advisory committee Clubs will be organiz ed at Paint Lick and Bryanlsvllle next Saturday afternoon when tbe speakers HavilvllE Robinson has arranged to have Hon N B Hays one of the State electors In this county on Oct 18 and 19 Other speakers will be here at different times and everything will be done to save the country from republican mis ruleJudge W E Vernon made three speeches In this county last week In the Interest of the republican ticket He spoke here on Friday night In the col ored people halt In too Duncan an nex It was looked upon as a dark lan tern secret session affair by tho demo elate who felt that they would not be welcomed as it was not at courthouse and they did not attend A reputable gentleman says that be stood near the building and taw white republicans en ter with bats pulled down never ask log him In He said that the speech was full of bold assertions intended to lead the colored man astray Ho says that the speaker said that he was cared for by an old colored woman that be always sympathized with that raceaod that the democrats treated them so badly that be left that party that If tbe democratic ticket is elected the col ored man will be disfranchised and never be permitted to vote again Such unreasonable statements made up must of the speech Mr G A Swioubroad regrets to hear such stuff coming from a man whom be supported for county judge of Lincoln and whom the demo cratic party honored with ofllce for a long time Ir IrrrbyA STOKE One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have iu stock says Mr C R Gnimlin the pop ular druggist of Ontario N Y She was disappointed and waulrd to know what cough preparation I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Hemely and that the could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving ItB fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price laid In the course of a day or two the lady name back In company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of liimiberlnln Cough Remedy I consider that n very good recommendation for tho Remedy The remedy owes Its great popularity and extensive sale in a lare measure to the persona mommemlutlous of people who have beeu cured by Its use It ill for sale by Craig t Hocker Druggists It Is said that Secretary of State Hay will return to his duties having made It a condition that President McKinley should give him an absolutely free hand In foreign affairs He has been absent two months because It Is alleg ed hit conduct of the Chinese question was not approved Berlin looks for a renewal of energy and a correction of tbe diplomatic mistake It If tbe Hon Jo John Yerkes will not consider It nn Insult The Times would like to ask him If in the very improbable event of his election be will order the scat of government re moved from Frankfort to either London or Manchester Louisville Times RED HOT FROM THE QUII lvM the ball tbt hit Stcadmin of New horribleUlanItucklfni Arnlc i male cured him Cuiri Cow Jlrllbtlt unrolUulllrloll Corui Skin Erup eith 23 cue a tax lure guaranteed Sold by Penny brugglit ROOSEVELT Is to follow up 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The Ab ive Lines Geo H Psirris G C 0 THE FOX ART GAOLER DANVILLE KY y lsiw the tmist todate Gallery in Central Kentucky jUvJaj btea cenlh equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmal Lenses the now in ot science I wish to say to tIe Ulk1 thataTHESE LENSES LATT CtiJust received large stock of tbo veryf i katest Designs if jVtotildi lP- ntfros never tmlil In tide locality before have to be seen to be 5110 for framing from the to the mot tlaboratepm- ol1 lthe lot lithe Now French VleurDeUs moulding uollcnte pictures Embroidered Mats French Wilier Colors and all pTciunil duire a dainty frame Hhcu In Diuvllle call and us andget our piie will save you money a 124 Third Strcet Opposite Iud Office EteaVIlto D RIOR JOURNAL iMFORDKY OCT 2 lOOOj W WALfiON II jJEiytOCRRTIC TICKET e iFor Preside- ntH1LLIAJJEJ1nvas nitJY r OlYtbrola For J7CtPrtl Ieda- ADLAI E STEMXSSOX ontfnofa sr Fur Goitmor 4 J 0 W HEGKITAM- OfXtlton For CongrejN GEORGE G GILBERT Of S7ulbyI ITiDtruthfulncse of the old adage befouls its own nccl the eithlest of all thefeathered Cribe or words to effect Is dally fcexemptlfled In the course of those news pers that have justly earned fir themselves the title of organs of assas t lnwlon Not satisfied with being the t nalq taut l me lamented Goebols murder they cove persistently kept up f their nefarious work by exerting every pubJebtuent o t of to 8tooptotbe lowett xleptbs of Infamy Judge Cantrll an f upright boneet judge the equal of any nan in the Commonwealth In all that mikes true manhood Is branded as a sjccnd Jeffries The sheriffs are vir juropirtleaoe ro to v opvictregardle3 of law or testimony and this tn spite of tbe fact that tbe two Jdrles so far chosen have been se Jecled from all political parties anc r their verdicts of gull have been unan inoue Jaraea Howard whose chief occupation la life has been aseaeslna Montis mourned for aa a martyr to the cftWBof civil liberty Everyman who testified against film is charged with haf leg sold out to Campbell and al vrholeatlfled for him although the ma jerky of them by their own teetimoo ymresbown to be vlllUas Of the dee- pac dye areheld up to the world as lat Three papers are constantly- guowdbr that element of the Nortb Which makes the vlliiflcatlon of too Bwth its main business to prove that Rswitucky Is in a state of barbarlstr worst feature of the whole affair r t eome of these papers slande- emocratic party by to be lilt persuasion The distinguished o 3Iouot always quotes them freely democratic papers when undertak agio justify bis conduct In shielding fugitive Taylor The main burden of belrsobg Is that Goebelretarded the r6 iperlty of tbe State but they have ninhdare doing the State more in try Ihan all other causes combined Irtbls4republlean prosperity of fcrhlch we bear eo much would only Atrjketbe government BO that tbe war senue law could be abolished It would be a great relief to the tollin passes It Is not only tiresome and ac but very expensive to be cons Ilidto purchase revenue stamps for ry Conceivable transformation of efwm drawing a check giving te making acontractselllng a farm yjog a flue comb or patent medicine ftritng a foftun and so on to the lof Jibe lengthy schedule 1 TALLOW Diqic KNOTT of ins LouU lie assassination press says there I botjileginthe proof against How to how that he was In the office or- t fired the shot that killed Mr Kbei1 The jury however who heard evidence and was tbe1 Judge of tbe KJiflty of the witnesses seems to jvejuifeen Issue with the eminent cjl Jitefcti mho Is In the pay of the re jbllcdDs to lie and Of whom it ustIe Is conscientiously trying to ribismonev s Mark nauna has developed Into nMor It will dojblleas fall his lot sliver the oration over the dead Vol the republican Party after the iof Isfovembar This effort though fte estimation of school boys will j rdiy surpass that of Mark Antony illustrious predecessor over the tvtoaeIAsa always been the boast of tho lean party that tba expenses of eral government were collected exclusively from the luxuries of ut since It decided to take a tbe game of imperialism not luxurlee but tbe necessities act everyibloi else pertaining to subjected to a beavy drain for pose Romans Christian Temperance n session at Indianapolis reoI that McKInley should be con i at tbe polls If the women I vJA ivancing in political knowledge s tate they may yet be given the s of suffrage f i it l X epubllcan oratora have to take ifeat when there Is a flop over t around to introduce Kid Glove erVes This Is one of the re r the turncoats pet Jinn rooters will not have an op to heave a sigh of relief be the close of the baseball and the Eol the football seasons a udidato Wllllums hasp any appointments vo have over i Is be making a still hunt g a still vv E his conviction JIm Howard gun to tend law It Is a great htjihedldntbRlD to heed law f0 t n r IWITll all the facts and circumstances of tho devilish conspiracy at Frankfort carried to its awful accomp lishment It Is almost beyond compre hension how republican and other spellbinders can have the audacity to appar before the people and advocate the patty who o leaders have resorted to such means for the accomplishment of their ends or how so nice a man as Collector Yerkes ta said to bo can have the heart to carry the banner of blood that has been placed In his hands or that men calling themselves good citizens can approve and endorse the criminals acts committed during the reign of terror at Frankfort a bare mention of which Is sufficient to make the blood run cold To eucb rctribu tlon will surely come Kentucky wll never by a majority vote approve o government by assassination and the party and the men that endorse it an destined to political damnation even t they are fortunate to escape peual pun- Ishment A vote for Oeckbam will help to a consummation devoutly to be wish ed Let all men who love order and despise lawlessness see that ho and every man that bo can Influence stamps the ballot where It will tell for peace honor and good government ROOSEVELT is now doubtless of Job oplnlotij that being tbe author of book hI the greatest calamity which man can be aflllcted He h written several ann some man has act ually read one of them and discovered that bo aimed his view at great lengtl On what he then considered the crime but cOW the virtue of gobbling up earth and the fullness thereof vitho the consent or desire of the gobbled His views In the book written when bu was only influenced by tho moth to state his honest convictions are dr raatically opposed to the views he now dally expressing while under influence of a consuming desire to vice president of the United State Any fair minded man who has patience to read tbe book and b speeches will admit that the reaaooln g of Roosevelt the author Is a refutation of tbe reasoning of ooa velttho office seeker 1Mn YERKES says that Gov Deck payr any one a tlon ot William Goebel Is unworthy the votes of Kentucklaoe since no mat should so declare without bearing tbi facts Taylors proxy hasnt exactly gild so himself but Judge Nichols Vaughan of Louisville and other of hla spokesmen have that If elected Mr suspecterd and o r 0d uncertain way on n November which Is the most worthy of tbelr votes and we opine it will not beln favor of the gentleman from Boyle TUB New York Times says the cot tbe government of tbe cam palp document cabled over by the Philip pine commission under the disguise of a report was 1 4233 and that this is a wise expenditure as the people want to know what U going on there All togolllce on have been willing to wait on the malls for information and Hanna ought by all means to bave paid this bill HAVA hoe been in Wall Street us- Ing all of his persuasive power to get the mine owners to end the strike by acceding to tbe terms of the strikers His object In helping labor at this tim needs no explanation though be fur nished one himself which leaked ou against lire desire He says that unlcs- the strike Is ended McKinley wilt b beaten Thats whats the matter wit Hanna STEPHEN U EUCINS a republican will be a candidate for reelection to the United States Senate from West Virginia next year and will be oppos by nls fatherinlaw Henry G Dav is a democrat A man who has tbe gall to oppose bts fatberlnlaw both In politics and for office would be liable to take Issue with his wother la law on a minor point IT is very unfortunate for the demo cratic party that Roosevelts speaking was interrupted In Colorodo We lear tbattbls will glue tbe republicans tbe desired excuse to cancel his other en gagements If be ana Hanna can be kept on the stump until tbe election the victory In ours TimE late John B Houston of Lex ngton a celebrated criminal lawyer made it a rule to excuse Presbyterians from juries oa account ot their hang- Ing propensities The rule will have bo extended now so as to include Jhrlstane Baptists std Methodists AT Fargo N D where Mr Bryan spoke to ft great crowd he said You rill search history In vain for a more llsbonorable part than the republican party has taken lu turning a war of hu manity into a war for conquest THE president Is thinking of withdrawing tbe troops from Pekln and sending then Into tbe Philippines and Hanna U thinking of withdrawing the president from Canton and sending him in to the stump EVEN If Howards guilt hadnt been proves beyond tho peradventure of a doubt aslt was the verdict would still be a righteous one for a worthier sub ject for hanging on general principles never lived- ALTHOCaK every shade of politics and several varieties of religion were represented In the Howard jury the only difference of opinion bat arose was as to the degree of punishment SO far this has been a campaign of inacswcrcd questions W LJ r f7 J lJ rdNj AAA1st rlellthattractlvenese and says that for alln around beauties the Irish women tako the cake Strange to say he makes no mention whatever of the Kentucky va con1trarhad sorer visited the State As he has though It Is evident that he Is afflicted with a bal case of astigmatism WHEN you vote stamp under the rooster and you wont have to stamp your hens hereafter In order to sell tbe eggs POLITICAL peopletD Linn Goochs majority is 274 Tbe SaturjdayMercer cowry will hold a primary to nominate democratic county officers Nov lOtb A recent poll by the democrats of In liana shows that State democratic by 20000 votes- Roosevelt will speak at Louisville Saturday night 13th and at Ashland Monday following sTbe republicans of tbe State Senate Houseaeat Louisville Friday night Theodore Hallam being tbe principal speaker A rcpbullcan convention to nominate a candidate for Congress In tbe 7th LexingutonJudge W Floyd Hall of Harlan county was nominated by acclamation appellatela fellowb0Louisville Times sagefalast will support tbe straight dem toacratlo ticket this time Republican leaders In Indiana are rearranging Roosevelts Itinerary In that State in order to send him on Bryans trail In the mining regions During tho six years Sam J Pugb ofof the Oth district has been In Con gress he has voted to unseat 15 demo crate elected by majorities aggress ting 25000 fete of 8100 to 275 that Bryan will carry Kentucky appeared on tbe boards of the Denlson House Indian spell republican headquarters They were not takenIThe Philadelphia Times which was a strong supporter of McKInley tour years ago has come out for Bryan say log In tbo course ofa scathing editorial that tbe aria present four years ago have returned sevenfold Yerkes was introduced at Hnrrods Thompsonaabout 600 a majority of them being Negroes beaded by a Negro band tha paraded up Main street playing Marching through Georgia THIS AND THAT Mark Hardln sold to J H Roach 33 shoats at 410 Ballyhood has been sold by John Eo Madden to W C Whitney for 811500 W W Spalding of Lebanon sold to Lawrence Jones of LouUvlllc his road marc Onyx for 300 Rev J M Helm of the Christian church held a meeting In the hills of Lewis county and bad 157 additions Bryane thehAt Falmouth In hocks Hotel Charles Anderson killed his wife from whom orallyldied suddenly In a railroad station at Beverlev Farms Mass An exposition car belonging to the State ol North Carolina was burned at Kingston Ohio Tbe occupants were saved by a dog George T Wood bought of R E Gaines 30 225pound hogs at 4 25 of S K Dudderar 200 pounds at 4c and 45 of same weight of E T Pence at sameThe child stolen from the house of Dan Mlntern at Georgetown was found after an all nignt search In a cornfield a mile from home A tramp was arrested on suspicion Tbe Youtsey case comes up at Georgetown today Subpoenas were issued for witnesses who are expected- to testify concerning the purchase by Youtsey of smokeless powder steel cartridgesThe Dr Gilbert H Gregory died In tbe presence of his congrega tion at the morning services in St Stephens M E church Marble Hill at the upper end of Manhattan Island Miss Mary Patrldge daughter of R L Hatrldge pastor of the Jelllco Con gregatlonal church was killed July 31 by tho Boxers in China Miss Patrldge went toCblna as a missionary eight or nine years ago The 300000 damage suit of the bondholders of the late northern division of the Cumberland k Ohio Hallway Co against the Lt N railroad for per mitting the depreciation of their recur ity ended in a vordlot for the plaintiffs in tbesum of 825000 at Shclbyvllle MATRIMONIAL A L Slier of Garrard and Miss Bessie ParrUh of this county will be made one at G A Silers tomorrow Benjamin Baker a wlJower of 47 and Mrs Hannah Barnett a widow ofI 45 were married at the lattcrs home S turdayI n 6 m tih n Ladies Fine Donola Pat Tip Button Shoes 212 to 4 only 68c Worth 15- 0Ladies Jackets LadiesCapes ChildrensJackets Ladies Walking Hats Dress Goods First opening of Fall Dress Goods Our early display of the correct thing for Fall and Winter li fully up to the standard of former seasons 25 Pieces of new Flannelette from 7Jc to 25c i er yard Misses Scamest Black Hose 0 16 0 worth lOc sale price 5c Ladlee Seamle s Black Ifose only 5c GhlldrenV Black or Tan Hose icls everywhere at IOc our price only 5c Mites Seamless Black fleece lined hose 150 quality our price only Oc Misses and Boys double knee extr heavy fleeced ribbed Hose only 16c Mens extra heavy gray Socks 8c Mens gray wool Socks 25c quality our price only The SEED WHEAT AND RYE J I Imvo 1000 buslicla of extra good seed fortell MOUItIS FRED Stanford Ky PUBLIC SAIilfS I Haring dbposrtl of my late I will On Wednesday Oct 3rd Drglntlng lit ao n ofttr at public sale on the rerulKi near IIrdeTllle my PERSONAL PROPERTY Oontliltngof herd of IS or 20 Svorthora rattle healed by a line two old Shorllwrn bull tome mule hog firming ImplrmrnU two wa on bou bIJ and kitchen furniture Ac A lot of Ilrnioulh Hock chickens Dinner wrivd to all crmrrt Trans made known on day of tale I M Dunn Auir alI r PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY OCT161900- At 10 oclock wo will on lUo premise of A E and It P Logan deceased sell tho following property AESS or FIRE LA1D IN BOYLE IyThlU In condition to raise hemp tobacco or any other crop It has been In ftrmi for a number of yean and has more Rood fencing on It than any farm It alv In tho U susceptible of division Will also tell II tine grade cows and liclfor horses mules thoroughbred mart and colts farming lm plement buggy and otheritemt too numer ous to mention Will also sell 10 shares of stock In tho Huttonrllle National Hank and two shares In the DuurlHo News one share In the New Kentucky Central Inlr Call on trundley0anlIIeKy Executors T A English auctioneer Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON October 2 to 13 1900 75000 in Stakes And Purses The Worlds Best Rico Meeting 16000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 2 5000 TransylvaniaThu- rsday Oct 5000 Futurity Syrdld Wednesday OcLC 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 2 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Monday Oct 8 3000 Ashland Monday Oct Rig Stakes Dally All the Crack horses Concerts Webers Famous Hand Half Katebon nil railroads P STOLL Prcs U W WILSON Secy j u IN 000DSII- N ABUNDANCE The First Fall Showing- At T- heLouisville StoreTru- lywonderful is the Looms Wizard Art Never was there a truer ring to any explanation This seasons patterns show out with splendid effect fresh bright and original designs nil admirable combinutioirof beauty mid UtilityThis week wo lift the curtains on n stick of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Ladies mud Gents Furnishing Good Latest designs in Ladies Hats Capes Cloaks and Jackets that any merchant iu tho world might well bo proud of For many weeks past our buyers have been kept busy in New York selecting these goods and every quality that you will find hero this week has vase ed the critical inspection which entitles it to our personal guarantee for du rability anti satisfaction We have had great stocks before but none so beautiful so trustworthy and so complete as the one that is now awaiting your inspection We invite you now to Gail and inspect our stock whether you purchase or not This Hat is n felt crown with stitched brim polka dot folded sateen baud comes in pearl royal brown and cardinal Tailor Made Dress Skirts weaare particularly well fixed are nil new made of hsUnnable material and ranging In puce from USe to jO A big Ine ofre dymaJe Wrappers at prices that suit all TWO FARMS FOR SALE 111IIlIelaDdlandlalanea IfkdwnmotbounIwllbplratr ol goal fruit and ao abun lanci 01 stock wa er tuakethla the m desirable tom In Ihli end of the county erabOrcllaNmouj All In gnu with a large ilcrk liarnandao abundance ol water with neighborhoodAIM hlaaoltage In Stanford on Line i lr itnti with l0001ebltrnllnlDicllIarbtolKor funD U II IlltUNAlOII Crab Onhard Ky DrsSIavin PhillipsO- STEOFATHISTS WIU U In DinTllle WednolayssadFrblayr Will he In Stanford Tuel y Tburtdayi and Sat urtlayi OIece OSTEOPATHY PrApriniipin vl A sly aid Inyilulo y fur III rsuit rviutrn bo filth Eodrug no rubbing no surgical operations and cute Ling super natural mtfojialhy views lean at a machine ofn many parts III keynote to adjutliuent When all pan ate properly adjintol rod not orrrwurkid health U the result Some of th dLvax mla Ly us Nervous rrwtntlon IlmUchn Neuralla Uheuniatliu Catarro Weak Iyn Granulated lAds Uollrr Coolllrallootileach aod trwWes Joint plnal Curvatures UlstoatioaSanJotnt- rIarilsIncontlnesaofUrine Uitvuraior Alas totnulutlouFree FOX LOGANa LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Uorses nnd Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Public Sale of Fine Farm As agents we will sell to the highest bid der On Saturday Ootobor 6th boo On the premises The Farm of 368 Acres Of splendid Illuopraas land belonging to the heirs of tho late Adam Carocntcr The farm lluson thu edge of county about S rallos south of Hustonvllle uvrry aero Is fcrtlln and tillable On It near the cen frumodwelllllgballs roublestory porch In front and on ell largo stock burn near the house and all twolargethat will house about 20 acres About ono third ot the farm U well cut In grass the Waterleof selected fruit It can be no divided as to piacolthe thoIIIIIJSmAdeknownoclock J W IIOOKU EDW ALCORN Agents Hustoavllle Ky wi Ladies and Gents UnderwearI- n this line we are better equipped than TO hue ever been at a price that will make them move Fee cur new Derby Tie for high band collars lint Wing Club Ties Scarf Ac t Ladies Dress Skirts + at 98c C CarpetsIMattings Comforts l Blankets Z tDomestics Yard wide Brown Cotton good quality only bei7Good Bleach Cotton worth + r our price 6ca4 25 pieces Outing Cloth 6c to lOc fr20 new patterns of Drapery 71c to 1Oct10 Yads of fancy Calico to any cueYtower at 3c- Keadrwadoshccts 1 63x00 inches ready 1 yamComfortstint can not be matched in Stanford 1df We have pxned up 3 cues of neW Cat rt 1Ico red blue gray black and white r w Our Outing and School list It made of Itflue quality of Imported Persian Felt conies in gray blue brown and rllltTrimmed llata Ballon Walking listsITamosbanlcrs Ac all colors and 1of Clothingj 4fWeand Winter Suits for dressy young men not only rivals tailor made goody but in I many Instances are superior for this rea son that they possess the Eastern finish and the popular broad shoulder effect We lure a big line of Boys Knee Iant Suit In single and double breasted Also a tine line of Yeiteo Suits for t Children from 4 to 8 QUEEN QUALITY i Itj I A Trifle J I r Mannish 4 i 1 li eextenalanMost popular street boot of the season f l SEE THAT THIS WISON EVERYiSHOE The Best Shoe on Earth Stylish Comforta = I x and Durable See new styles f Cummins a McClary Childrens Shoes i I I have just received one of the best selec ted slo kao Misses and 1- S Childrens Slices ever brought to this end of the county all being CUSTOM MADE GOODS So the inothurs will find It to their Interest to see our line before mak ing their fill purl bases Our good are guaranteed to give satisfaction F W Ea PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky 4o rj WTiip 1IBOBEBTS1ii tt DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint j v f Prescriptions carefully fllldJ day or night Patent Medicines of almost every kind Beautiful Ine of Stationery Blank Books of every description DEUce Long Distance Telephone Jr JI a n t g THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky OcT 2 IQOO E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOKII TUE beet materials combined with care skill and accuracy Insure good reau ts No era over- usedJ e In our prescription work Penny J Drug Store r PERSONALS 7c 6 T LACKEY Ju returned to 8t Louts Sunday Miss RACHEL ALLISON has return ed to Lexington Mlt HAimVJSLL PlCKETT of Shol byvllla la hero with friends Miss JENNIE HUUHLE Is back from ajvltlt to friend In Louisville MRS D S MoKiNNEY of Livingston Is with Mrs W O Speed Miss FLORENCE CULTON of Parks vllle Is with Mrs J W Adams Mils W E AUNOLD and children Joined Mr Arnold hero yesterday MRS A A WAUUEN spent several days with Mr S P Staw In Shelby SAM WALTON SEVERANCE left Sur day to enter the University of Chicago Miss WILLIE DAWSON la back from v a delightful visit to friend In Louis yllJe KEV ORLAND HECK Is back from Cedar Gap Mo wbero be baa been preaching MISSES DESSII AND MATTIU MENE VKK and Anna Cook spent Saturday In LouleAlllo MRS J T llACKLEY leaves today for Cleveland Val to visit relatives frlenlllI ROOT and wife of Vcr ealllcs spent yesterday with Mr and I Mrs J W Rout Miss DESSIB MATTHEWS of Louis vile trimmer for MI Annie Phillips arrived yesterday Miss DAISY McGuiRE of Hubble has been visiting her cousin Miss Ab ble Lutes at Murelaad MR R P ADAMS the Lexington monument man was here last week consulting with the Murphy heirs MISSES BOUGHT AND LITA BELLE CASH left last week for Washington D C to enter Fairmont Seminary MRS CLAIRE CAMIUELL is traveling for the Somerset Journal and sending to that paper some Interesting letters Cot JOHN HAMILTON left for his homo In Canada Sunday ills son William Hamilton accompanied him f as far as Cincinnati REV AND MRS W M DIUTT loft for Lexington yesterday A large number of their friend were at the t depot to bid them goodbye MlisJ W DiiYANT of Versailles returned with Mrs E U Dcazloy and Is her guest Rev W S Grlnslcad will arrive today to visit Mrs Ucazlcr MRS JOSEIU COtTKY Is very protd of a beautiful shell Mils Willie Har den formerly ot this county sent nor t It was left in Galveston Texas by tie floodHEguVANDJong IDOL who have been with their grandparents Mr and Mr John M White left Friday for San Francisco to Join their father P H Idol Miss OLLIE NBWLAND of Crab Olcbard Is staying with her aunt Mrs Dr Old ham and attending the Sccrcst Normal College Richmond Climaxt MRS I 0 DROWN have tooted to the R K Gaines farm near Walnut Flat they recently rented Wo are glad to receive such good people Mn our midst Miss MARIE GRIFFIN who won the prize at the last elocutionary contest in Stanford won again Friday njgbt at Klcbofasvlllo The prize was a 9100 diamond ring MR ISAAC HAMILTON has moved to t bta farm leaving the home ho lived In at Rowlucd for years Ills son Vavcrly Hamilton now occupies bo- oM homestead Miss MAUDE SCOTT of Paoll Ind returned with Miss Frances Spoona more who has been visiting her nt that ulace and Is her guest They took In the carnival at Loultvllla on their return THE Somerset Journal aye that Doe I Drye of Uuslonvilic may not be a doctor but the man who swaps horses with him will think ho Is bad medicine uncoated Has Editor Campbell bad aomo sporlenco with our West End I friend MRS MOSES TANNER of McKlnnoy It visiting her parents Mr and Mrs II C Gann Miss Molllo Dougherty of Stanford is visiting the family of J jwninhnUnn Mrs Harry G Crutch held and baby of McKlnnoy are with Mrs E H Hansford Somerset Para tonIN ordering his paper changed Bliss to Ponca City O T our oldi friend J K Jones formerly of this county says Wo are having plenty of rain herb and wheat look Immense If youloo to hunt quails bring your dog and gun and I will Insure you a good Zrttimo and plenty of game AND now we are to lose clever Sam McKlttrick to Boyle county Ho has rented one of Mr Thomas McRoborls1 farms and will move down Jan 1 In a year or so these good Lincoln county pcoplo will bo circulating a petition asking that tnoy may como back and drink out of the old spring Miss LENA REYNOLDS entertained some of her young friends Friday v evening The yard was brilliantly Il luminated with Japanese lanterns and the interior of the residence was beau- tlfully decorated for the occasion Elo gant refreshments wore served various games indulged In and everybody had a good time Misses Elizabeth and Etta Hunn of the West End relatives of the hostess assisted her in entertain ng t MRS M O WlSFRFY has joined her husband here T 0 BALL Is building a nice offlco to bis residence on Depot Street MESDAMES TE BALDWIN and CarI lo B Brltton ot Rlchmondaro visit Ing Mrs W H SuankIMR GEO T McRouERTB of Broil head spent several day with bis brother Mr J M McRobertsI Mil W I IlKRRlN of Grab Orchard was initiated Into the mysteries of the Rod Mens lodge bore last night MESSRS G A SILER H H Dnvis and Milton Grayaon leave this morning for a prospecting tour of Oklahoma MISS TEVIS CARPENTER leave to morrow for Knoxvlllo to spend everalI months with her aunt Mrs Dr Black MR JOHN B MERSHONnot only one of the best mechanics but the cleverest men In the State has our thanks for valuable assistance TUB following relative from a die tance attended the funeral of Mrs E B Stover Sunday afternoon Mr T W Higgins Lexington Mr John A Higgins and wife Richmond John DI Hopper Perry vllle Mrs W W Bruce Perry vlllci tisics Julia Higgins and Sue McRoberts Danville LOCALS 43INCH Excelsior Homespun 60cJ- P Jones FINE Candies JUKI received War ran Shanks A DAIN Feed Mill xaeulocheap G H Farrls d Co KiLN of good brick ready to sell W G Greening Uustonvllle Go to G H FarrisCo and save money on your beating stove THE L ft N has called ort its excur dons to Natural Bridge Oct 7 and 2 BUY HlgglnsMclnneys Disc plow and Superior grain drill WE are headquarters for coal bay corn oats and all kinds of feed J UI Baugbman A Co QUARTERLY courtwasla session yesterday but the cases tried were of minor Importance oWE all grades of coal at high price buy before It goes higher J H Baughman Co ACQUITTED M W Penn who abotI J L Whitlock to death on an L S N train near Lebanon last week was ac quitted TILE woven wire and plckcu fence Is the most economical fence on the mar ket Oak picket Call and see them A C Sine You can go to Louisville today at one faro for tbo roundtrip good re turning Oct 8 on account Colored Odd Fellows Convention Tile LL N Isclever Proxy John Yerkes It made a rate of JiI faro for the roundtrip to Mt Vernon Saturday to bear him WILL IMPROVE W M Bright has contracted with J A Allen ft Co to Improve and enlarge his residence on Danville Avenue to the extent of II SIX Miss MZZIE JONES tbo Junction City milliner will have her opening next Saturday Oth Dont fall to at tend It See ad tn another col umn THE following gentlemen have been appointed election commissioners ol this county Messrs John K BaugL min J M Alvorson and John A Blaln Tilt Danville Nawe bends out a beau tifully printed half tone of Hon WJ Bryan as a supplement to Its Fridays liiuo Ills a splendid likeness and Is worthy of a fine lruDo nod conspicuous hanging place WHATS the matter with Brers Uar ris of the Adair ow and June of the Spectator settling their differences in somebodys barn or erne other place whore the outside world would not be disturbed Wo move that they do so HON FRANK BURKE The demo cratic club and campaign committee thought It best for lion Frank Burke the eloquent Indlanalan to speak at night here so his appointment was changed to 7 p M Thursday next Oct 4 You will miss a treat If you fall to bear him The largest crowd In years is expected here that night 5 GILUERT Congressman Gilbert will hoinningafternoon Oct 10 Ho will speak at Ottonhclm that night at Wayncsburg Thursday afternoon and at lngllVllle- that night at McKInney Friday after noon and Mllledgcvllle that night at Hustonvlllo Saturday afternoon and Stanford that night Go and hear him WAS IT SUICIDE Hiram M Pow ell son of Mr O D owell of Lancas ter was shot and killed by a pistol In his own hands close to his etoru at Gilberts Creek late yesterday after noon Tim general Impression Is that U was suicide but one report says ho WAS cleaning his pistol when It was die charged The ball entered Just below the left nipple and ho died almost In itantly fie was about 28and leaves besides a wife who Is very III three small children Mr Powell bad been drinking to some extent and when un der Influence of whisky was very low spirited Ho was a good businessman i kind husband and Indulgent father who had but ono fault the lovo of strong drink Squire Rulnea Is at tbo scone and will hold an inquest this morning AtStSQ this morning the coroners jury returned a verdict of suicide WINDOW glass of alt sizes at Craig i Hookers NEW and beautiful eckcaratCum- mina k McClary8 NOW is a good Imetohave that pie turo made Miss Sacray FALL line of saddles Call and set them G H Farris S Co A DEMOCRATIC club will be organized at Ncals Creek tonight CALL on niggles McKInney for heating stoves coal bode grates tc HAAS Hog remedy willsave your sick bogs Get It at Pennys Drug Store NEW French acts n slrlpeI polka dot and Persian designs at 75c Severance S Sons SEE 1150and 815 8ultlI They are latest styles and elegant material HJMcRoborts THE courtin session TboJ claims this year will not amount to as much as those of last by 82000 TilE Charles Wheeler EmporiumI Hustonvlllc will display the proper styles In millinery Saturday next Oct 0 Tbo public generally are cordially invited WE did H J McRoberts the cloth ier and furnisher an unintentional InI justice last Issue when wo got that fiAI ure 6 for a 3 In his advertisement IIeI sells the splendid ladles Ultra shoes at t3 CO not 1560 but they would be cheap at the latter price To THE LADIES Miser Laura Jarboc who Is with me again has just spent two weeks In a millinery workroom In Cincinnati and Is thoroughly conver sant with tbo Fall and Winter style Call in In a few days and see some of her work Miss Llcclc I3cazley TILE stockholdersf tbo Somerset Banking Co In this Rockcaetlo and Boyle counties are preparing to have an Investigation made as to tbo true condition of that institution Some 120000 or more of the stock is owned by them and they are desirous of know ing where their money has gone DIG TIME The democrats are pre paring for a big time Thursday evening when Hon Frank B Burkq cf Indiana speaks hero A procession of several hundred gentlemen on horse back will form on Somerset Street about fi oclock and go down Main Street thence back up Main to Dan ville Avenue and returning stop InI root of the court house The court house yard will be made as light as day ty electric lights and lanterns andI many other things will be done to hon or the distinguished gentleman who will speak thatevening THE war department has made pub Ito a list of olllccrs and men of Compa cy F 23th Regiment of Ipfanrjs whose captain and 51 members were captured or killed by the Insurgents of Maranduquo P L Among the number are the following who enlisted alj Hustonvlllo and much uneasiness Is felt about them ScrgU Harry McKIn Icy Corporal Charles P Bratton Cook William C Dally Archie R Brauor Thomas B Ellis Kllcr J Fallowell Edward IK Kldd Jell T Sharp Evei Bit T Smiley Tbo remainder ot ttto company was enlisted at Ft Phereon Ga and at various other points InI Georgia North Carolina Florida Louisiana Alabama and Tennessee FEELING GOOD Hon James D Black of Barbourvlllc was on Sun lays train bound for Munfordsvlllc where ho spoke yesterday In answer to our query what do you think of the political outlook he said We will win In State and nation but to do 1y every democrat must do his duty I made seven speeches last week and while I find the people enthused they can not bo too much so and wo must lose no time In trying to uroupo them lo the great Importance of electing democrats this time Mr Black par Bally promised to make a speech In Stanford and those who heard his splendid effort here last year sincerely hope bo will be able to do so You should hear him at Mt Vernon Saturday afternoon next Otb AT the democratic club meeting at the court house Friday night Vice President S J Embry Sr acted as chairman In tbo absence of President McAlister and made a good one The membership was swelled to 171 talks by several of the members were enjoy ed and the meeting was as profitable al- I was pleasant On account of a mis understanding no speaker from a dis tance was present but at the meetings hereafter one or more good ones may be expected The club expressed itself as being delighted with the pros pects of having Hon Prank Burke speak hero Thursday night and recep don preparation and advertising cow mittees wore appointed to make ready for his coming Col W G Welch Judge J P Ballet Hon R C War ren and Messm J H McAlistcr S J Embry Sr and R L Hubble compose she first named committee Mossr J M Alvcreon J T Jone Rowan Sauf 10y10 B Owens George W DeBord J P Jones and T D Nowland the preparation and T M Goodknlgbt W SBurcb Harvey Helm G B Cooper and E O Walton the advertising All of the committeemen pledged earnest work and nothing will bo left undone lo make the vUlt of the distinguished ndlanaian one 10 be remembered Messrs W T Saunders and R C En gleman Sr wore appointed doorkeep er and assistant doorkeeper respect ively of the club with Instructions to itdmlt none but members After some routine business the meeting adjourned unity Friday night next when It Is hoped that every member will be on hand 4 WEDDING presents at Hamiltons j amNEW fall stock of hate received Mies Annie Phillips OUR fall lamps InCall and see them G H Farris St Co whipscollars hames traces c at J O McClarys FOR close prices on buggies car riages and road wagons go to Weoren Bros WE have several varieties of nice seed wheat for sale J H Baughman Co You make no obygoing to Jonea for your fall footwear The best tbo cheapest ROWLAND has ademocratic club of members A C Dunn is president John Barpctt secretary LOST Ladles jacket between Stac ford and Danville Sunday morning Leave at this oRlce Reward TILE October number of The Ken tucky White Ribbon Is In press at this olllco and will bo sent out tomorrow BEAZLEY Ld tollingtyesterday for a child of Susie Hansford and another for a child of Alice Stewart both colored Fort neatness style comfort and durability The Manss shoes have no equal See the new styles 8360 84 and U50 U J McRoberts BE sure to come In Thursday evening to see the procession and hear the speech that Hon Frank Burke will make You will be well repaid THE 110000 futurliy will be trotted Lexington today and tbo great Trac ylvanla Thursday Many of our lov ere of the light harness hone will go over W J whoanaccidental Senator Is the worst that ever happened will speak to the rads here Mon lay He should bring bis 5 per diem per day grammar along CALL at this office when you come to court Monday If you have business with the paper want to pay your ac count or get printing done The busi ness manager may not be able to see ou on the street CItIend killed another Negro named Letch Ier Walker Flsherclalms that Walker had stolen his wife Ho was hero In carch of her last week THE C W B M II meet Wcdnei lay afternoon at 3 oclockln the beet S ire room of the Christian church All member are requested to attetyl and bring their offering for the support of- our orphan in India Miss Anna H Shanks r A GENTLEMAN suggests that if these XMtotllce robberies continuo the re mbllcana will have nore money than hey can use In the campaign but of ourio be Is Just fooling Republicans wouldnt take money If they could WAYNESIIURO organized a demo ratio club of 50 members Saturday light with M G Reynolds president iicphcn H Gooch vice president L C Goocb secretary and Sam P Goocb treasurer The club will meet on Friday nights TYPHOID FEVERMrE B CaldI well Jr who was here from Wayne bur told us that there Is a good deal or typhoid fever lo his section and that two young men Willlum Morgan and jenreo Justice had succumbed to that earful disease The others who have been of fever arc on the road to recover McKlNNEY has the btfnner demo railc club of the county to far She rganlzed Saturday afternoon with lid- aembereall voters and workers for the cause W A Colley was elected president C C Smith vice preelden C L Crow secretary and Reuben Williams treasurer Hons Harvey Helm and W S Burch went out and tttcr assisting In the organization made ood speeches The club will meet on Monday nights STOVERMraStover who was Miss Mottle Dunlap Hopper died it the home of her parents Mr and Mrs George D Hopper at 10 A M Saturday ot a complication of diseases She was taken ill in April but grew stronger and gave promise of recovery but In Juno she had another spell from which she never entirely recovered A month or so ago she grew worse and her doctors pronounced her case malarial fever Complications set up and for the past two weeks she bad linger ed between life and death Her death la a peculiarly sad one being a bride of but a year Young light hearted and happy she made those with whom she came in contact feel better by her pres ence and Inspired them for good Early in life she joined the Presbyterian church and had since been a devout member On Aug 22 of last year she was married to Mr Edwin B Stover now principal in a Knoxvlllo high school and they lived as happily as a Duple over did but death cut short tbe honeymoon and now the husband la left crushed by his loss Ho arrived Tuesday night and scarcely left her bedside till the end came Mrs Stover was the idol of her parents and they lke the brokcnncartcd bus ao have iho sympathy of all In their dark hour After funeral services at Mr Hoppers Sunday afternoon by Eld Joseph Bat lou and RevS M Rankin the longest procession in years followed the re mains to Buffalo cemetery where they were Interred Jacob 0 Bronston aged years a well known farmer of Madison died after a years illness n F i He will not be here Thursday eve ping but his personal friend Hon Frank Burke of Indiana will and be will speak promptly at oclock MISS LIZZIE C JONES Of Morelantl has opened a Complete Lino Millinery at Junction City ADlIIDllt CountryProduce NOTICE J IOllathleshingles at thoaaand Thot I llmipgiTjItrkiiMirKalM several rllllln tanratttr All want the entire lot ol shingles mooed from shda lijr November thouunJIl lots A good train with bay frame on wagon ca draw from IS to M tuouiml at a load A und UurxtDarrodlburltie Parties that cannot mike trip In one day tang t clghu lodging and team led for iH Thlt slackrePUBLIC SALE I West Lincjln County Farm An unimproved farii approximating 2 40 ACRESTwo mile from IliulonTlIle Immediately the lyingbetweenUlflr There reality acres to sheaf thla fall twenty or tweng ave acrn of original growth 0 timber con lallngol Immense sugar trees cherry black walnut yellow leech Jc remain der In bluegnui A great abundance cf water rronllrlnitbAt never fell eren In the drreat tlmbtr can be cut soil sawed the place lo same and there are plentroi loe1 and mulberry for fencing purposes boundary has been ut fur grating for years and no can bound In the State Will price reasonably and sire long trine ou deterred payiuenla Mr Jour YantU on the John V Carpenter plan will show the land to any appllcanii or apply to M LETCIIElt Dantllle s- yPOSTED The whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting of game of any kind tit any time of the year on their lama and will prosecute to the full extent of the law any who violate It llnupbmiin J Itaucbman Or Steele Halley J E mute LEND FOR SALE For sale a Tract of Land containing S3 arm two miles arom Stanford on Lancas ter A Ku li branch Turnpike bring a part of tbe U 8 Wilbur farm All In grass lIaM on it frame cottage of four rooms and a Lull right new Terms easy J II OWSLEV Stanford Ky MULES AND HORSES FOR SALEII have 22 cotton mules also four horses ready to feed and want to hell them In tlio next IS days no as to buy mule colts I to bare u carload of fertilizer at DII and as It H In the way of a barber shop sell It below my regular price If partlm buying will take It at once 0 KING Morkland Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BURKE k sm Prr3 JUNCTION CITY KY atfirstClass Turnouts at Ileasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain und Hay For Sale Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will market price cash for them and also trades Wool Feathers Ac I II DAVIS PUBLIC SALE OF 50 Head Of Shorthorns AND Don61os Standard rolled Durham Cattle AT FOX Si LOOAKS SALE BAB- 1TDanvilla Kyf Oct 5th we wilt sell our entire herd Including our herd bull aooo 4th Our herd couiprlHS such well known famlllef at Scotch Tope ltoaeSharona Young Marys IbyllheaJosepblnCmsondl and the pure family of rltPual merit and breeding henlwankt second to note In the Soulli ai we Ius spared no plni or expense la collecting It We over to breeders a rarcoppoitunlty to ftecure young thrifty anlmali Wewlllorfcr no old or barren anlmali Write for calaliiKiie Hale lcgim at KyColCOAL a SALT I will hue my coal bins completed by Oct and will keep on hand three grade of tho best coal also salt and I will tell to merchants by wagon loud at a very small margin W11l continue to pay thu highest prices Hickory Spoke Btnvrt and Headings Goods oDd Groceries at rock bottom prices Give mu a moneyIi MUSIC LeSSONS Dy an experienced lady music teacher eoI- Wr term of Ore 2 hour lessons r week Call at Mrs Strauba To Sell FarmsYou want to drop an adrcr tbtment In tho hest mountain newspaper which Is the SonlersetJourllnl Two Inches ono month for el In ndrauce jr J OAMPUILU Manager Somerset Ky 9 A fis JIIA ALLEN A CO Contractors And SuHd ri STANFORD KYr YJ Have now a complete stock of Bulldlnff lUteria Yellow Pine Floqrlntf 0 Sash llllnds and nil kinds of Droned and Koagh Lumber Mingles and 6W 1IttCUlt lots We mike estimatos on anyklnd of work wanted Offlco o II Cooks THE SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILtS Are Still In The Lead I Buy it and you will make no mistake Also the 40 r Miami Valley Fertilizer 1 We have been using this for several eat i with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY 00 ULT11flItl g GDJ 4 The Acme of Perfection in i Ladies HighGrade PQ To Date Footwear fe r lrem Better and HOLD Their SHAPE Better than tiny other Ladies Shoe J Many Styles But One Price 350 To ALL ik Ho Jo 191ffiOffiERTS I Plain Talk I s z 1 This beautiful weather wont last long in fact it always ha s gotten cold Come while the weather Is good and let us supply you with 4 m your Fall and Winter needs 36 In brown cottou at 6c Good Calicoes 4c and Sc Canton Flannels Be to 12c r Outing tloilis 6c to 20c Percales 10 and 12c Flannelettes at Iff Flannelettes 15c iiFrench andwhite Sateens 15c Splendid Calicoes for Ccmforts Ic In wove Drcf a Goods ri1LadlesUnion Suits 23c to i275 Everything in Underwear 1llest r At to f f I Buy Sell Good Shoes i n bU11Good goods cost very little more than shoddy Bluff If you trash your pocket is n ways scarce of cash if you buy honest when you lay in your tall supply you ate done buying for the winter J SEVERANCE SONStN i 1mOpposile Court house S 1 j r 7iI i tW iI Cf Slwu oM t l nt WJ Buy you Fall Shoe of us We bund e the most reliable makes known re For Men Hanan Sons 5 to 7 HelJ mers Bettman Cos 3 to 450 For WomenKrippendorff and Dittmanns 2 to 450 1 u In Boys Misses and Childrens we n stock that is equal to anything seen in largo cities JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female CollegeFk STANFORD KY r Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 C Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue torMRS NANNIE SAUFLEY Prof 1Jr a ffEINT HIORJOURNAL t Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at J I t onddaMIPERYEARCASH arWbennot aopatdffixpo will barged I KNOXVILLE DIVISION t Zt Train going North hMMM II Ma aft 2J II SO1hh IQ1l2l 23 hMUII2pm ForalllPoIita 4 KEHTUCKYiCEHTRAL DIVISION No 21 ArrrlreaatStMloMat 108 K XtNo 22 Leare Stflford at SSO r H QUEEN ZSCENT Tratni going South pMa Junction City No oea not atop No 3 1150 r x NoS 1122 AM p a96OrIothgSOUINO2 doeentilop No 344 At No 6I25PXOOGAM FRANKFBRT AND CINCINNATI TratnileareFranMart at 0W A X 3 40 PM and r conicctlfle at llcorgetown with the Q J A C HetarnlM loave rlHlt xIbI 540 p x rexhlng Franklbrt after connecting with Q 4 ColraIMatU2UAM71f11 JIaad9UI u The ltr trala teate for Reorceiown at 7 15 r f JHNKWTQSU IA rt IN KENTUCKY Cocxfinssd Sotsfrk la Effect Hit 10 1100 USTBOOKB No t No 5 N Lv LOUI3VWM 57pni Ar SbelbyrHl CIOamJ ptn SWcra Sr LzIuga tO4tm 15pi l03pn WMTBOUJTD No I Nat NOC IT LOZIfltO1 tpm MamAr Versailles 7SSan 50pm 53aia Ar rVreaeebe S3toio 63pm 55tam t Ar Shelbjr Hl D10am 615pm 0903m Ar Louisville IO4Un 740pm TMjra AaTBonirsx WUTBOUMU Ha ItlNo HI ITATTOHS iNo lllNo p TaaLy LoutyU Ar 74m Ik40am tp n Waw LT LarncbreAr SOpm RlOata TUpm Ia4lani ArllarodsbgLT 440pm 720am J fMvm iaW mlAr Burgln Lt 480pm 71iai 0 BASTBOUtin WMTDOnSD i5 tNo WI BTATlons Na leLltNoSg 1 pm 74i a LT Louirrll Ar ia40un 7 pm lWpm G1OamLy Kbclbrll Ar BlOam ettpm 47pm taatem la Vcrsllea Ar 780am fiCCpm Tiopm ILlSotn Ar Midway LT 730am 140pm T4epm ILGOamlAr Oeortttn LT 700am llOptn ASTEOUKf- ttNo WISTBOUND lHNa 51 nTjtnotfs ItNo CltKo 2 m 400pm LT Loulsril A ia 0am 74Jpm Oam 60pmLy Vor11e Ar 7 Itpro LOipm Ar Irvine LT Itepn BTATIOK3 NO L No X L Louisville 74Sam 74pm Ar Lexington I0 tam mKten Ar KnoxTllle 745am Aabev1I torn lKipm Ar Savannah Mtim Ar Jacksonville tv Chattanooga 05prn Ar Atlanta Iasprn l1AroAr Moron Stara 2tpm- Ar JaeksonTllle 830am naoOpa Lv Chattanooga 4am Ar lllrmlnshatn Il00pm 1145am Ar Meridian aiam 9V pa Ar New Orleans 830am No S through sleeptoc oar LoulsTlll to Utr- Angtintnq2 Tla Lcilnston and Chattanooga pb er aUon cbalr car LouliTUl Na 3 tree oteorratloa cbalr ear Lexlnetoir M LoulSTllIa No oleeptngnr nirtnlnghotc to Load Till 1a Lx1ngton AU trains between LouisvIlle Lexlncton and Burcln dalljr Between Veralll and Georgetown Nos II and ISdally Nos 87 and Mdalljeioept Sunday Bftween Versailles NIcholasTille Rloa Bond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDaUy except Sunday Other trains dally TSOMt4cf3d V1 OM WlUhllut1a D C IwaLb1tgLuuDc SOUTHERN LUIILWIlY 945pahi 4Wpmll tt Sir- nP 4IoLezlngt j MCCLPT M Washington fIC VtlUTATtXIEAalA LouIirUlc lln TI 1fI BETWEEN LOUISVILLE and CIIICAIIO BEST LINE TO Californiai AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains dally except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS r UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION 7 CHICAGO I Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers EUJJACONnJ1 W W Cor 4th and Market SLoulnUJtp J C+ JcG LRY L UNDEIfr AXE ItI a Manufacturer and Dealear In ESnSS SADDLERY ftd II Stanford Ky rnT The confidence man and hb confederate have kit upon a new scheme for To Fleece tins Unvrnry defrauding the stranger in the city It is worked best in the early hours of the morning Just before the store are opened and BB the stranger In the city Je going from lita train to some vague place the location of which he does not just know reports the Chicago Tribune The first confidence man slips off his coat loosens the top button of his vest sticks a few businesslike papers in his pocket and carefully Inya his coat in the dworwny of the unopened store It does not make much difference what store as long as he can lena the etran ger to believe it Is his store The stran ger wants information and the busy business man reluctantly takes time enough to talk it over with him and in fact lead him to the corner and carry for him any odd bundles the stranger may Invc The pretended business man in apparent forgetful ness leaves his coat in front of the store he is supposed to be about to open and becomes so interested in the stranger that hie confederate steals his coat and is well oft with it before the pretended business man pees him Then forgetting to let go of the strangers small valuables the pretended business man asks him to watch at the store door until he secures the thief with the coat The stranger believing the store is his security waits awhile and in such cases waits are always ex pensive The influence which a single per son may exert is admirably illustrated tho case of the Indian girl who 1871 was carried to Hampton tin in a blanket One of her first was to steal a watermelon a bit of which she immediately offered to- the sungod na propitiation For the past four years however this refined and charming young woman has served as United States field matron among her own tribe She travels about in a buggy carrying a washtub a wringer nnd soap teaching squaw after squaw how to wash iron and cook not to hush the baby to healjt leaves n trail ncr of light behind hvr Foolish election bets seldom afford demIly made by two west rn men one of whom has agreed that if his candidate is defeated he will twist the taU of a vicious mule belonging to the other man once a day for three weeks or until incapacitated Doubtless the mule who is made a factor in the bet is not an offensive partisan may not even be interested in poli 11Ie at all but if the terms of the are fulfilled he wilt probably see to it that the man who twists his tall does not vote any more One can hardly pick up a newspaper nowadays without teeing the vile phrase most unique as It was the most unique entertainment ever given in Podunk valley If a thing is unique rightly says the Detroit Free Press it is unique In tho superlative degree if it is no jmlque in the super tire degree it is not unique Tosay that an accident is one of the most unique that ever occurred is abominable Very singular is a parallel sole clam According to Justice S Q Mills of Washington there ire times when cursing is not criminal Thornton Kedrick was arested for swearing at a street car conductor who hirj a transfer The court refusedI him saying there had been provocation I believe added his honor that though profanity may be always a moral offense it is sometimes excusable in the eyes of the law jF K Smith a colored preacher in Houston Tex known there as Elijah the prophet has been for several months predicting a long season st rain and pleading with his people to build covered boats to save themselves from the flood that is coming The fact that rain has fallen there every lay for 44 days is pointed to rfs a fulfillment of his prophecy and he has also shown his faith by his works having built an ark and placed it In his church A waiter in a cafe on Broad street Elizabeth N J a few day ago en tered a huge Ice box for some purpose and accidentally pulled the door to lIe could not open it from the inside and exhausted himself in kicking nt it Then he fell on the floor and was not found for ah hour Three of his toes were so badly frozen that they will have to be amputated A Texas farmer Who keeps a trained rattlesnake at his front gate to frjghten the tramps away has accord- Ing to the veracious Denver Post aerageIA prominent citizen of Chicago who ia languishing behind Iron bars re fuses to take food because he has had a tip from au angel that fasting will get him out of jail It surely will if he keeps at it long enough BRAVE JIEM TALL Victims to stcioatu liter anil kidney troubles as wtllfwomcn and rll f il the reutl In Ion o- haietIt tooo In the hloa bacbacne nervous nil i heauehe and tired listless tun down M Ins Hut Ih rea no need tufeel like tint I Ion toJ W Uanlnr IJavllIe Ind He says Elec trio flitter are Just lbs thng for a lutn when lie fa all run down dont caro whether be lives or dies It did won to glv m neW itrengta and good aiixtltc than anything I could like lean now r t anything aiid haves new loose on Hit Only M feuts at minjra Dru t Store Every but tie gutnntttd TAYLOR declined to talk about the Howard verdict for the reasons DO doubt that It struck him dumb rljfmn Jj 7 It Tried Her Faith They were sitting on the sandy beach and no word had been spokeji by either for a full minute You doubt mel lie at length exclaimed Hove I not told you over and over again that I love you and you only and did I ever tell you an untruth Katherine I would that I could have absolute faith in you she replied stilling a sob but I heard you tell uncle that you onco caught a brook trout that weighed three pounds ai d six ounces And the tear flowed down her fair young face while he tapped the sand with his foot and solemnly gazed oer the wide blue sea London Answers LnlinrliiK Vmlrr Illlllcnltlei Did you say the Chinese language is monosyllabic said Mr Meckton Yes answered the professor Well Well I must tell Henrietta about that The idea of the empress dowager and the other ladles of the court being obliged to express their feelings one little syllable at a tlmel Washington Star Strnne A fin r It is shameful the way Marmaduko McCorker has treated Miss Fitper kins Vhat did he dol Oh ho stimulated her tb improve her mind and then broke the engagement on the ground that he woafrald to hUChIIndlanapol yle nRt9n Brippfr Youtifr Wilkinson seems low spirited I wonder whats the matter with 1d- mt3hnrpeIIis uncle is dead Urlggfr llut his uncle has been lead several days and he seemed cheerful enough till today Shnrpe Yes but the will was read last night X Y World How the luu Started That handmedown suit your wearing remarked Rivers reminds me of an unripe watermelon Why askedllrooks Because its so different One isnt cut to fit nnd the otller Isnt fit to cut It was then that Brooks plugged away at him Chicago Tribune An Unitlramtnt Dlaruvcrr nJIITunerYes madam reason It wont make a Some one has lowered the toft pedal and nailed it dowuN Y Weekly Xo Ilrnnurr for Him Browne Hes going to Paris Townc Busjne and pleasure combined I suppose Browne Xo on business solely lies taking his wife with him Phila delphia Press The Cornfctl Philosopher When a woman says she will marry a man if he will give up his cigars says the Cornfed Philosopher that means she is going to marry him any- viycigars or uo rJgnrllI11Ilian apolls Press A GIrl o Avolil- Emetine I had to drop my correspondence with Clementine Emellnc Wasnt she a true friend EmeHne Yer but every letter I got from her started me on some newand expensive fad Detroit Free Press nUIIRUonIFrom Tomorrow much sorrow we borrow To add to our store of Today And belief 1n our grief Is tho eer constant thief That steals all our comfort away Puck oNt OF T1IU FI CST Gladys Whats dat cage on yer face ferAruuhCagol Why ter keep out fowls ee Xincinnatl Commercial Tribune Monotony Miss Goodkind How long it seems since the worlds fair Miss lIppeI should think it would seem long to a girl who has been en gaged to one young man all that time Chicago Tribune IT Ileforiii nini I do not think you would make me a good husband lieAlit but Im sure youd make me one Ilease try Philadelphia Iress float sa an Alarm Clock Are you never afraid of burglars In your flat Doming Xo never The baby and the parrot take turns in keeping us awake nlli night Chicago TimesHerald Heart lluneer I verily believe Maude hail found her nfllnlty in Jack I Do you indeed Yes you to seldom see her chewing gum any morel Detroit Journal A iiltter What do you think Alice said I cant guess She said yesterday would have been her birthday if the hadnt quit havintr them Indlanapclls Journal lannss CANNOT HE CUltEU Dy tocjlirpllrallonsas Iber cannot reach the dl seswd portion of tbieir ThcrwIs nnlr oae way to cure le4rieis cud that It by coutll uilonsl rein idles DrafiUMi ouwil by an Inflamed rondl hon of the mucous JIll IIIlof the Euslachlan Tube When thli lull lnH m d you haves rumWIng oiiDd or liutwrdtl liearlrg aid wben It la entirely closed lieafoeu II tba refill piut unlm the In flamniatlon can be lakrn out and till tube rutof ed to III normal condition hearing will be destroyed ft r cases out of ten are caused Ca tarrb whIch DOIblnl but an Innllled conditIon of the mucous inrljeJ w 11II1II One HiiDdi d Dollar for any cawl fr tarncMcauMdby Catarrh that ca not be cured by hails ltsrrlu Cut Ieod fur circular free FJ CIlKNEYi CO Toledo O sold b Prnigl ta 75c HUa Family Pill sre the best rrr nr r Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 pnicl in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve nnd Surplus Have You Seen Sample of Our New Endowment Bond Ifnot write to the homo office for literature or call on our nenre t agent for nn explanation of its terms and conditions Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns f150 ami five per cent interest for the uvcrngo time for each dollar paid in 2 Stock taken now will nil bo matured In from eighteen to twenty four months with ft large part redeemed in n much shorter time 1 It Is matured In consecutive order consequently all ooment of chance Is elimina ted Now is the Time to Subscribe iThe SOoner you begin tho sooner will your coupons begin to mature tFor further information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stnnforcl Kv If You Should Get Sick Prescription to Pennys Drug Store f Stanford Ky We use the medicines 1C tiifeu 4 ttuei osTo INDIANAPOLIS I Vtstlbulo trains Standard ant CcmpKtment t iltepir Cart VerbS Carr ant Caf Dinug Cats C PEPPJESI- s candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couuty subject to the action of the ilenucratlc par ty Your support Is aoliclt- edHLVEGRASS SEED- I hue for MleSeTtral llumlrcd Dutlieli of good lueiru Seed Jet lay rices audi teed before you buy L C 11 NN ITIIALIol Kr SiiinirFnrni For Sale A twill tarsi situated on the Stsniorii Souier erwt lke near llalli hp fur sale ICeililcur and Outbuilding fairly toed IMBIJ water W K IAW Saifle FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to tho ac tion of the democratic party He solicit your support FOR Dr F W Logaua fain of IM acres of No I Hanging Fork land li for silo irlratrly It hilt upon It a iplendld two brick house large lolurco barn god orchard and nectn rr out beaulIa firitclaw brin Locatid Stanford A Mlllcdge title turnpike ronr nl tohpots on C S aol- L A N raIlroads It Is a good lions and a profit able Inittlracnl Js WI PARKHILL M iD HOMEOPATHIC experienceInoffers lila service to tho public of Stanford und vicinity Bpeclal attention given to chronic cases Ufllco opposite Court Homo over Heazley Bro Stable Office hours from to S r N TOMN PROPeRTY run SALE Idesire to soil privately the residence I now cc cupy on Cutoff hi The bonne U a new well built two story tramS of eight rooms Modern style The ground comprln over six acrea of rood land anurdlng pasture for hone and ciws Flue cistern at door alto hydrant water V rfrct Uood stable servant rom anti ill- otberneceauryoubutlllngi Only two hundred yards from Main St bun for Ky Call on or address MRS V W VAMDBlKRIl Stanfud Ky icjn A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary Lexington Send your only best JOHN A- 1DINK FINL FARM SALE PK7SICIAU Four FastTrains TO Toledo OctroiAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA IOiVT- Sujvm tanj Wtlfullman I Itatlor4 tub 3 tutu enTo CiiAO J GUS McCORMACK Is a candidate for Aaoe4tor Of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party GEO A EUBANKS U n candIdate for Jailer ot Lincoln subject to tho action of the democratic party JAMES T JONES Is a candidate for Jailer of Ilncolii county partyWilL LANDGRAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to democratic action T1IALES II VRIGIITI- n a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic party SnORTIIORX nULLS shorthornbullsTUDZ flock of both sex subject to roister that citheollieriOLD MOCK WHISKY George O Wcathurford lute a contract for FULL COSTIIOI AND BALE of Od Mock Whis kIln Huston ie Ky II 0 MOCK Danvlllo Ky E1 R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE ZY Manufacturer of ERIORAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o Sco Write Forlrlei 7r POSTED lted111laedIWanted To Rent A good Farm cbntalnlng from 150 to lacres Address AIIVEHTISBR Lniicnt Ur Ky JOSJED tilyfarmVMLAJJIMlKAr KrlgerKy iiuyfarmrRKU NlKiLiJk lUtenhelni Ky FARM FOR SALE eplllIdlJtalomllrt trans lluntonvllle nUll 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