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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r F0 J 3 P- iiI F P SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALt J ISSUED EMERY TUESDHY 7 ND FRID7 Y HT 1 H YEKR d VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1900 9 A M NO M k1 wr STATE OF CASEY t Monday nftcrnoort wo Isft MoKlone v In company with Rev W R Davidson e and drove over to Uuitonvlllc noting somo Improvements In tho home and business prospects of that town In the little time it o wero there Leaving Huatonvlllo wo drovo over the pike In the direction of Uradfordsvlllo landing at the pleasant homo of Mr James Ki lls In lime for a good iuppcri daintily prepared by hilt own excellent lady Hero wu tarried but a short tIme And being Joined by Mr and Mrs Kills wo pushed on Jo EllUburg Baptist church where fire Davidson is conducting nn Inicrotilug meeting ilnco Tuesday of last week On entering tho church Ror Davidson was much pleased to find present Uov A Mobloy whom bo pressed into eervluo for tho night The sermon was good and Impressive Rod at Us Most at Invitation to believers was ox tended and a song sung when four young peoplo wont forward and united with tho church Besides those ono other young lody protested faith In Christ and two young men sought the pravors of thu church Twelve persons have joined tho church and many oth er sro under conviction Wo aro quietly resting In tho palatial homo of Mr and Mrs Billy Mills The Elltsbur po u nica la kept In this homo and our hostess Is the polite and accommodating dispenser of the mall TheiQ good pcoplo are preparing to re move to Danville as Is also Mr Alt Coulter and hU excellent family By these removals Elllsburg will sustain a builnoM and social lose that will be sully felt by her numerous citizens MUs Molllo Gadborry Is teaching the public scnool hero and she tolls us that although the attendance for the two months past has been bettor than usual yet she can count more than 30 pupils In tho district wbo have not yet bode In tbo school room Ibis term She thinks the compulsory law with its many loop bole has now become so well understood by iho people who do not want to vend their children to school that It I about equal to no law At all on tbo subject Let us have law so perfect In us make up that there can be no ovation of It by those who aro In dined to bring up their own offspring In shameful Ignorance when our State ls offering liberal education to nil her children free The firm of Southerland ft Russell who bought the stock ot goods from Al fred Coulter I stocking up a little and preparing for tho fall trade Tho new firm enjoys the confidence and patron a go of tbe people hero Wo have formed thaacqualnlanco of Lieut Vlccnt Peyton cousin of Stan fords noted surpeon of the same name Ho le quite Affable and has n memorY of war Incident equal to John Rldpalh tbo historian He spent Tuesday af ternoon us the guest of our host and- bostuuand furnished merriment for the company present In bis stories ho remembered Lieut Wm Adam of Stanford with good one or two Ask the lieutenant If he remembers the time bo slipped through a puncheon floor and took refuge with a big black dog rather tban risk an attempt to roach tbo brush In sight of a few op preaching gray coats1 Mr Peyton enlUtoJ under Col Wolford Co B Nov 1 1801 was promoted to 2nd lieu tenant Jury 03 and again to hL lieutenant April 1001 He was muslcred out Dee 3101 and resutaqd his place among tbo civil and substantial clllzena of Casey where bo has ever since made his homo Cholera has broken out among the hogs In this section and some former aro losing heavily by It Wheat tow leg III on but the progress of tbo works greatly retarded by tbo continued dry weather Even drinking water Is becoming scarce whllo stock and wash QlanyIwo have at ago As the I J know we urn u dyed ia the L wool prohibitionist It will gut us of ironufHCturlng sentiment accluoI political opponents when wo i tbo suutluieut here is largely in fact r Of Mr Yirkcs touching the race lor governor Some fojrner democrats are open In their avowals to Vnpporl Iho republican nominee Now n word I pleasi II the shameful conduct of both tbo UttiHK ratio uuu rupubhcuu unltiI in Kentucky for Ibo last few does not drive ituoy men from each of them and materially increase the pro t hlbltloa vote In November wo aball Attribute the failure to John D White occurxahere Baugb a young farmer of Illinois and Miss Luw lluiuiuu u lu ely juutl It dy of this fiction will bo united In the tnatuuiuiy ai mu ecai hilybouuDui t dence of Ro nrt EMU o hers the young lady Is just IJUW vimiu Uy ibo way it Is Just 20 years iun today a rte your corespondent led to the by menial afar wottest llttli raiders of theone of the State ixnioU for IU produolhn of pretty ones ate in ul ht0 ytura cue has bravely proven that wo exhibited more real pond sense In tbo selection of a wife ihan aiivinloir else wu nave ever done Older yes older than she used to bs utlOOOO blue grass farmswouldnt buy her today She love husbind children books a d Qwtn and tbo i r t many things that It takes to make bomoI happy If we dont see hdr t will bo iho first of ull tbe 20 rlcs of our married life not spent with her There la some sickness In thIs neighborhood though nol of u serious no lure flies Ruth Mobloy ot Power was visiting Misses Nannie Mills and Mol Ho Gadberry Tuesday Miss Alice Buchanan of Ilustonvllle 1s visiting MlM Olllo Ellis Mrs Ellzi Holly of Power la visiting Mrs Amanda Mills and attending tho Baptist meeting hero W It Goocil KIRKSVILLE Quito u number of our society men wero Initiated Into tbo Elk Lodge at Richmond Friday night Tho mooting at the Ollood church closed FrIJay night with 20 additions Baptizing took place Friday afternoon Beginning with Thursday there will bo morning and evening services at the Presbyterian church until after Sun dayDr Oldham has bought Dr Fryes Internet In the drug storo of Fro L Mlddlcton Ho and Dr Mlddlcton will put ID line of firet class drugs The democratic club hero la ono of the most enthusiastic In the county It meets every Thursday night The members should strive to have tho best speakers and to raise the meeting to a high clean standard Dr Frjo will ce to LouUvlllo this week to finish his course In dentistry Ho will bo missed In the community The members of tbo Presbyterian church nnd Sunday school enjoyed a nice little plcnlo In the wood near Marelnge Mill last Saturday We aro glad to know that Miss Lot tlo Farris who has bon quite for the past week was well enough to go back to her school Monday Prof Se cresi returned Monday after a short visit to his family at Waddy Before coming herd bo bad been principal of the Normal school at Pleaiurevlllo for a number of years and Is hero building up a good school Ho comes highly recommended and with tho peoples help we feet sure ho will succeed Mrs Gradv Is scrlonsly Ill At her homo In the country Mrs Moot of Indians Is vlslllng bermohcr Mrs Doc Tune HUBBLE W II Underwood soil a suckling mule to Jos Denny for IiI E T Miner has his wagons on all the roads delivering Hour from his Lancaster mill E A White sold his form of 32 acres to Jim Swopo for s01A Ho will buy property at Wllmorc The dry weather Is gutting to be alarming as It romaine so hot and iho water supply so short for man and beastPlenty of now goods In Hubble now and a good house lor all the old roosters and other poultry which are In good demand either for cash or In ex change for goods J C Eubanks and MUs Jennie Per kips wero made ono In matrimony last Wednesday at the brides fathers In lower Garrard and left At once for his sisters at Rochester Ill to bo absent about two weeks H M Spoouamoro Is rejoicing over Another fine girl Wm Williams of Indiana Is at his fathers here for A faw dayo Meg Llzzlo Ioy and her mother of Jamestown are at 8 Dun bars on a visit Mr McKcchnlft and family have moved to his farm bought of C P Underwood and tbe neighbor hood la glad that a good man hu taken tbo place of tho good family wo lost when Mr and Mrs Underwood moved away Tom McBeath of Somerset was up to attend tho Yeagcr sale and see his farm surveyed which he bought of Mr Strother Yeugcr Mr Yeager will move to bU soninlaw John Wood for the present H C Taylor nnd Luther Sutton era taking In the sites of Cincinnati J J Walker Is Improving his tenant house occupied by Wm Sinnfii The American Banker Association which tout at Richmond Va adjourn ed after appropriating 5000 for the relief fund at Galveston A IIIIIIH MiniiMer in usiwllr euircd br ilieiimmliiin of the wiisott and nmy be curud by u fuv iippiculloii of lumber Ilains Pnln Halm For silo by Craig A Ilocker UniBc l Ono fare roundtrip Lexington via Southern Railway account Lexington trots greatest hurnci racing In the South Tickets on calo Oct Ito 13ln 15iAnntherotrains between LouUvlllo anti Lexing ton v For further particulars inquire of nearest iigonl of Southern Railway S T Swift Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Wra H Tayloe ABeL Gonl Pass Agent LouUvlllo Ky ItILLIOrS QIVEII AWAY It It ccrulnljr ln to llejiublio to know one cnueern in the leaf who are not afraid n Iw generous to the nwdy ant suRrring The prowl on Etngs New Dlcovrrr lot Conuaptlorr rou lt and Culls hive hen awaynrrr ten mil lino trial tmtllfiiif Ihln oat lunllrliir coil here ih aaur taut of knowfug II has uUuliil ty cured ihuunndi t Iiiwlus caxv AUhma uruiichllU llnanenar and a llwan of ibe Throat Chest I rt surely cured hilt Call on Penny- IhuWilstrantgetafree sire and ft guaranteed or isles re fuudoJ t LAND STOCK CROPS CC James Rlgsby sold to Jcseo Fox a mule for 175 Mr Routt bought of various parties 120 calves al10 Pair good aged mare mules for sale Mark Uardln Stanford O P HulTman bought of John III11 a lot of butcher stuff at 3o S M Owens sold to O7 P Ilullman a bunch of butcher stuff al 310 E P Woods sold to O P Huffman a bunch of butcher cattle al 3o- Beaalcy Bros bought in Marlon some mixed horses at 115 to 8100 B G Juror sold to J M Carter a lot of butcher stulT at Ujc T C Rankin bought of various par ties seven mule colts at 830 Lutes r Co have bought 500 barrels of corn at 8125 to 91 In crib O P Huffman bought a bunch of cattle of Samuel Duddorar at 3o E tray red bull calf with borne at my place R E Sail co Stanford W G Cowan sold to D C Allen n car load of sheep and wethers at 8360 E P Woods bought of Mrs Dr J B Owslcy a bunch of 180 pound hogs at HeE A White sold to J H Swopo 32 acres of land on the Hanging Fork at 830A C Robinson d Son sold to J W- Hales of Madison 6Q cattle aiG37i and 20 nl Wilkineoa k Lyon sold 28 mules to Beard Carlthon of Lexington at t55 to 11- 6Tbos Pence told to R R Gentry a bunch of heifers at 3Jc and a cow to B P Woods at 20 W H Murphy bought of J P Rlffe W G Cowan and others a car load of hogs at 440 to 4o Charles Lutes bought of C B Samp son 200 barrels of corn la the field at 915 for Nov 10th 11 good steer calves for sale Good color Call on or address J M Rey nolds Waynosburg Ky will bo at Moroland Wednesday Oct 10 to bur 100 bono and mulo colts also yearling mules Will buy cotton and sugar mules Joo Klndlg Philadelphia F P Bishop told to T J Hill a pair of twoyearold mules for 125 and 30 sheep al 8425 He bought of Mr Hill four weanling calves at SO Mr Blab op sold toSldnoy Dunbar 50 barrels of corn In tbe field at 8105 COURT DAY There wero 125 cattlo on the market yesterday when only 75 of that number wero disposed of at 2i to 4c belters brought 3Jc calves from W to liD sheep Sic cows 21 to 2c plug horses from 130 to lliO mule colts from 930 to fij Stock buyers and set lets say this was ono of the dullest court ever held hero Peter Drowning sold to D W Scott and J W Pace the crop of lambs for 1001 f rora150 owes at 51 cents for lambs of 05 pounds and over to go June 15th to 20th also those of that size to go July 16th tp20th at toe same price At the last period tbe ewes aro lobe taken a 8450 each Messrs Scott and Pace also take the clip of wool next spring at oler pound Winchester Democrat McKINNEY Rev W R Davidson closed a few days meeting at tbo Elllsburg Baptist church last Friday night with 10 con versions In and near town there wero three deaths In two slave last week A child each of Parts Vanght nnd Horton fly ens and the wlfo of D C Allen are tbo departedRev Green preached In tbo Baptist church Sunday morning but the muchneeded rain which was fall ing freely at that hour kept many away Dorn this Monday morning to the wife of W D Goocb tbo McKlnncy section foreman a bouncing big girl Both mother and child are dbloi well but tho father is suffering from a sud den attack of injured expectation and cant see hYljosbould not have been a boy Claude Singleton of Waynesburg Is visiting relatives hero Tho Mlsseb Watson of Crab Orchard are visiting Mrs W K Hughes Miss Grlder of Jamestown Is visiting her cousin Dr Frank Grlder Miss Molllo ColTey has returned to her Russell county home after several weeks stay hero with her sister Mrs Dr Grlder Mrs Dr Green Moore and little Her man Hughes are sick with pneumonia A little son of Sam Clarkeon Is serious ly with u complication of diseases Rlburt Moore who has been down with typhoid fever for six weeks Is now able to walk around a little bit Miss Lula Daugb Is also Improving after a Beige with tho same disease titWhat most Rllt Is something mild and penile when In need of n phys io Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In cued For gulp by Craig Jr Hacker Druggists RED HOT TIEGUN was the ball that hit II B Sleaduian of New ark Mich lu the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 yean Then llucklroa Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts HruUxnUurntIJolli Felons Corns Skin Erup done rile cure on earlb 23 cos a lat Cure luaranlwd Sold by r nnr Drugf UU u OnATOHY J From Both Sides at the Sam s Time But at Different Places SfKAKINO Tho county court crowd was furnished with speaking galoi yesterday The republicans who claimed the court house on account of previous notice of their speaking re fused to divide time with Hon W B Smith of Richmond who was here to present democratic views und that gentlCman thou went to the opera house which was immediately filled to Its capacity Including the gallery and all were glad that a division was refused for at the court houso was a seething mass of colored and white men at tbo ratio of 10 to 1 In favor of the former and It was Impossible to remafn there In comfort After being Introduced by Hon M F North Mr Smith In an excellent speech flayed tbo republlcqos alive He said IL was strange that tbo other side though represented bv a U S Senator erfCongressman and a candidate for Congress was afraid to discuss Issues with an humble citizen like himself Pointing to the dark cloud at tbo court house ho sold that tho Negro backed by a few white men who differ ed from him only In color was the greatest obstacle in the way of Ken tuckys progress Ho showed that the republican party Is and hat always been In league with plutocracy to oppress the poor man Ho made a tolling speech on the only point that speaking is needed for democracy the necessity of organizing and going to work All of the Issues of State and National af fairs wero discussed In a masterly man nor Altboug he requested that there be no applause It was Impossible to suppress It Ills effort will accom plish much good lo presenting Senator Deboe at tho court house aho Gray Gelding assured the audience that ho was a great man Had It not been for this his audience would have never suspected anything of the kind The strongest point of Doboes speech like that of Spencer Dubneye was a lack of Ideas Ho said among other things that the Courier Journal had attacted Gov Bradley and I and that ho believed In McKlnleys patriotism and Intcg rltlem oenator Porker of London then cavorted at great length for the edifi cation of the colored brother Mr Williams tbo nominee for Coc gress then took tbe stand and tho ap plauso was deafening It was fortunate that the applause preceded his speech for there was no occasion for It after He said in eub lance that be was glad to be back In tbo town on the streets of which ho used to false h that ho Is now a great doctor that ho never heard pf the Issues raised by the dem ocrat until recently ana therefore he ougbt to be sent to Congress One or two small boys and a drunken man yelled for Bryan Beckham etc while the republican oratory WitS flow lOll This Is neither smart nor funny Those who dont care to hear the speakers should not attend the speak ing William J Bryan democratic noml nee for president spoke to an enthu siastic crowd that tested the rapacity of the big auditorium In Louisville Sat urday night It Is the only visit be will make to Kentucky during this campaign and numerous democrats from the State came to Louisville to hear him Many of these were unable to gain admission to the building be cause of the multitude Mr Bryan touched on most of the Issues before the people and ended hU speech by ur ging all democrats to vote for Goy Beckham next November WHAT SUED IIAEA young Har rlson county school maam was recently teaching a class in spelling when the word husband was placed ou the blackboard None of the children however could pronounce Hand In or der to help them she asked What should I bavo If I should get married Tbo answer was prompt but not what she expected and she blushed such a brilliant red that the sunlight paled GAME SEAn DYING For three days and nights I sulJ red agony untold from an attack of cholera morbtis brought ou by eating cucumbers says M K Lowthcr clerk ot the district court Cenlorvllle Iowa I thought should surely die pad tried a tlozoii dif ferent medicines but all to no purpose I sent for a Lottie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and dd not awake fur eight hours On uwnkeniiiff a few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I do on going to the olllco lsto write to the manufac turers of title remedy and offer thun my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make This remedy is for sale by Craig it Hock er Druggists Garrard lignite who has been ap pointed by County Judge T J Wyatt to fill out the unexplred term of Cjun ty Superintendent caused by tbe reslc nation of Fugitive John L Power filed his bond and forwarded U to Frankfort for approval ILANCASTER a meat market at the stand vacated by R K Thompson and It Is managed by tbo big hearted Ed W NorrIs The public should aote tho fact that the bird law does not expire until Nov 15 Somo are hunting rabbits now nod they might accidentally kill a bird A democratic club of 39 members was organized at niattsvllle Wcdnns day night with John Gnstlneau president Frank Turner secretary and trio- S Baughman treasurer It la certainly bad taste to carry poll tics Into tho jury tho seat of justice and tho pulpit but the question U of ten asked touching on tho politics of thoso holding these sacred positions Eld A It Moore the new pastor of the Christian church Is endcarln himself to the people by hle earnest ness and zeal and the able and logical manner In which be expounds the scripturesAfter four feet into the bed of Sugar Crook a basin with back base a foot long was discovered and the fish arc plentiful Mr Henry Patterson reports this I give tbo author so tbe people can tako It for what it Is worth Tno ladleaof the W 0 T U are still on tho war pith and they will sup goat names to tbe city council to bo ap pointed on the night police force to close up the whisky dives If tbe right men are appointed the work will be well done Mr W I Williams went to Paint Lick Saturday and Mr J E Robinson to BrranUvillo They assisted in or ganizing strong democratic clubs At Bryantevillo Dr Stcdman was elected president William Baugbman vice president and Ike Dunn Jr secretary Fuller Hunt colored was fined 913 In the police court for a breach of tbe peace Hon W A Morrow is billed to speak here In the Interest of tbo re publican ticket on Monday Oct 22d It Is likely that Senator Blackburn or some one else will be hero V measure swords with him Judge Hemphlll has returned from Paducab Mr G B Swlnebroad has been to Lebanon on professional busi ness Messrs Ed Minor and Harry An derson have not been well for a few days Mr James Maret of Ml Ver non was in our city last week and wenl from here to attend tbe Kentucky Telephone Association Mr J W Poor has been but Is improving af ter submitting to an operation Mrs Mattle Busby of WIIliamsburgl3 herewith relatives Mr Herbert Klnnaird will soon go to Montgomery Ala to accept a position Wa West Jr will go to London Ky soon A larger crowd than over before at tended the Gilbert Club on Saturday night and many new members were enrolled Jailer David Ross was elect ed sergeant at artne which insures good order Chairman Joe Robinson Introduced Hon J Mort Rotbwcll as Garrarda gifted orator Considerable applause greeted hln as be appeared before the club and for more than one hour be defended democratic prlncl plea and poured hot shot Into the republican camp In a manner that was highly gratifying to his audience He bandied trusts and Imperialism In a clear logical and convincing manner Mr Roihwell was especially strong In bis denunciation of republican misrule In Kentucky and the abuse of tho par doning power during Gov BradleyV administration He said that Kentuckians are now ashamed of their State when abroad and that this state of atTiilrs was brought about by tbe re publican party A LETTER FROM SQUIRE BAILEY TEXAS Oct 71000Iwill drop you a few lines from my new home u Washington county I always thought Washington a greater man than Lilt coin und have about concluded Wash Ington county Is a greater county than Lincoln because It hasunorn democrats Springfield tbe county seat of Wash ington county is a town of 1200 Inhab bunts There Is more business done In It than any town of Its size In Kentucky There are 14 groceries ono general store four dry goods store four hardware stores two millinery es tablishments two drug stores ono ag ricultural store three blacksmiths one picture gallery ono hotel and three private boarding houses two coai merchants three dentists and six doc tore ono plaining mill one flouring mill two clolbingbouied ono tin shop one opera house ono carriage repair shoot two livery stables two tobacco rebandllng houses two jewelry houso ono news stand tine ealoons all seem to be doing u paying business Water and electric plant nearing completion ono railroad with tbe prospect 6f an other In the near future two flourish Ing schools five churches and 12 attor neys JOHN BAILEY YORKIIIQ NIGHT AND DAY Jho limit it nJ ralghllut little Ihl a that f vo wumitlols Dr Sing New Ufa rills Furry IU a a aroxlnl globuo of health thatchanges wsAuot Into strength lUtltuutM Into 1htyrewondrrMper box Sold by Peony Druggist a For sprains awelllngs and lameness there is nothing eu broodas Chamber byCraig c MOTHERS Ia Will find here the best and largest line of Boys and Childrens Clothing in the market and every facility for examining it Bring Your Boys 111 Our Fall Lines are complete in every depart 4 ment 1r RepairingIT PAYS TO TIUDfc AT THE GLOBEYour money back If youro not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman A Co NEW SHOES a The Buell Boole the Forwad Rooee the Honttr Bootee New Shoes For Ladies T Black Tan and Patent Leather Childrens Shoes of all kinds Fchocl Shots Jetr Underwear Drees Goods Ladies Cloaks Mews toys and Childrens Clolhlr If- upelsC ned Mattings and everything In Groc- eriesJAMES FRYErHustonville Ky TrussesmOf All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasons able Craig Hoeker Stanford r mN A C SNECO- NTRACTOR a BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work o jjmanship and material as will be attest any one of the many parties for whom I nave builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc J I will duplicate any prices offered mt NeeuNe1 Clothing md ftats- At I Close To Close Out Now Is Your Chance i To net Itarcaln InThe Above Lines Geo H Parris c Cod If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to e t Pennys Drug Stores Stanford Ky We use only the best medicines t w n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a I ANIOKD KY OCT 9 1900 W P WALTON =DEtY4OC14f TIC TICKET For PIt dtnlsWILLIAJI JENXIXGS BRYAN OJ Jftlranta For Vteefrtiident ADLAI EStjfE1Y0N llfino tJForjf J C W UECKHAM- QfXeftoii For Ctmjwu GEORGE GGILBERT Of Shelliyr A CAREFUL studyof the political situation shows conclusively thai If to morrow were election day Beckham would be chosen governor of Kentucky aid Bryan president of the United States by satisfactory majorities This statement Is based upon reliable polls and the estimates of those great metropolitan tilts which do not al low their ua vieporta to be distorted to comply with their wishes The re publicans from their point of view ar fully aware of the gravity of the sltua tine and thereby hangs the tale to be Adorned with the view of pointing a moral Whatever else may be said ol that party It can nol be charged with a lack of recuperation It has frequently snatched victory from the jaws of de teat and jt even now exerting its bes t energies to accomplish that very thing No stone Is being left unturned that may by any possibility tend to avert the impending defeat Hanna like an old time bandit Is flying over the country from one end to the other levying trlh tile upon the officeholders and those grinding monopolies whose existence depends upon the retention of the re publican party In power and they are liberally responding to his demands With the exception 01 drawing their eilarlee the public officials have aban doped their positions and are travers leg the countryfrom stump to stump entreating the voters Jn sweetest tones tj save them from the wrath to come Iris needles to say that these efforts Count and If the democratic party by reason of overconfidence Jets up in the gallant fight so far made there will be danker ahead The INTERIOR Joint NATj now wishes for a tbousaod tongues to warn them against the folly of procedure to remind them of the between the tortoise and hare and to o treat them to meet the energetic struggle tit the opposition with a corresponding energy and determination It is much harder to organize tho dem ocratic than the republican party With the latter the only requirement la a bleat and plunge from the bell wether and the whole Hock white and blacfj immediately follow In his path way but with the democrats the ten dency Is to lead and not to follow and it Ia sad fact that the right of suf rage ls frequently neglected by those competent to exercise it but by the to competent never The greater effort should therefore be made to organize for the coming conflict Let every man appoint himself a committee of poe to see In the first place that he himself dpi his whole duty and then begin missionary work among his neighbors Every one no matter bow humble has influence with some one elau and now Js the tune of all times to exert thin Influence for the sal vat on of the country We are confronted with it crisis Stato and National The local IdDOe If whether or not the State tiball be aban Boned to Taylorlsm or kept In tho hands of those who bavegulded lltafe ly through the past and earned for It Its pristine glory The meaning of Tuy lorlsoi Is too wellknown to require a definition here bat In tho future lexl mane it will be defined as the lowest depth of Infamy The same Irrepres sible conflict confronts us In the Na Uljoat race that oraLIe lu the beginning teen Jefferson and Hamilton The former a disciple of that school in Franco whose teachings culminated In the French Revolutions liberating the people from many of the Iniquities In cident to the divine right of kings favored a government of tbu greatest good U the greatest number of all possible liberty while his great rival Hamilton a royalist of the most pro nounced type thought tho best possi ble government was tbat of the mail- ede baud In the respective teachings of Bryan and McKinley we have the logical growth of the views of Jeffer f son and Hamilton Latter day tenden clew show that if McKinley Is elected the wind sowed by Hamilton f will bo reaped in the shape of a whirl wind but If Bryan la chosen we may confidently expect a fulfillment of Lincoln prophecy That government of- the people by the people for the peo ple shall not perish from the earth A OAUD writer In a NowYork paper says that Roosevelt hua fno right to r complain of anything inline shape of disorder because he was among the first to encourage it li vKeritdcky by tele graphing Taylor totioition to the olllce of governor in spite of the decisions of the courts This prophet seems to be without honor both in his own country and abroad IN order to prevent Bourke Cochran fronTvpcaking in Bt Louis the repub llcans rented all the halls in the city In Advance on tbu day for blssppolntmentI and refused to let him to speak in The truth hurts them bad ibis year they will resort to any i to suppress itIt Jf1 r h the General Assembly falls to pass fair election law the blame must lie with the republicans and the few Sen ators claiming to bo democrats who have sold out body and tout to them The House bill Is fair and contains on the concessions which the republl dins were entitled It deprives the election boards of judicial powers and guarantees a fulr pad honcat division of the election officers besides repre sentation upon election boards But it Is not a fair law that the republicans and their purchased allies crave Thou desire Is to secure advantage and fall Ipg to prevent a change in the Goebc law which they will continue to use to their advantage with the llltnformct voter before the election and to theli further advantage during and after It We bad hoped that the Legislature would pass an acceptable law to t majority satisfied that it would aid democratic success but rather thai have a law dictated by the republicans and those they have brlb d we Ins nllcly prefer to have the Goebel law never half as bad as Its enemies claim remain fdrever on the statute books WHEN John G Carlisle was elected to the United States Senate one W W DIckerson was chosen to succeci him in tho house from the 6th district He rattled around in the dlsllngulsbci MuUHmtnt ieut like a dried pea in 8 pod fur u term or two and then d oppei with a dull thud out of politics Wee had almost forgotten that there waa ever such a man till we saw his name In the Louisville assassination organ coupled with a gleeful statement tbat ho bad decided to take tho stump for Vcrkcs This seems to be the natua course of men who are honored beyond their deserts by the democratic party unless that party continues to keep them on the payroll There was nc earthly prospect of Mr DIckerson be ing called from obscurity again by tht democrats so be calls himself to the civilliberty assassinating party anc will now try to do something extraordinary to convince his newfound friends that he has all the zeal and de votlon of a fresh convert DISPATCHES to republican paper say that the Beckhamltcs at Somerset have been thrown Into fits of conster nation by the action of O H Waddle la registering as republican Toe so called Beckbamltes are very easy to get panic stricken If they let a small thing like that effect them Mr Wad die has been drifting toward the republican party for some time and hit heal flop causes no consternation what ever as all who know him regarded It but the natural step of a man who had tJgotten too good for his party But thee incident is not worthy the space to tell about We onlY mention It to show how the republicans make mortmains out of mole hills IIN his deposition In the Youtsey case takenat Inolanapolls Fugitive Taylor denies all knowledge of a conspiracy to kill Mr Goebel a very natural course for a criminal to pursue The man who would enter such a conspiracy as Tay lor acknowledges by fllgnt that be did would not hesitate to perjure himself the latter crime dwindling into Inelg nificance when compared to tho former The deponent further says that when be went Into tbo secretary of States otflce alter the shot was fired ho found Henry Youtsey there with a gun which If true shows that Youueys prospect of saving his neck decidedly gloomy Bring on another rope- y Tic latest and most amusing If not the most disgusting feature of the republican campaign Is the frequent cap lure of the correspondence of promi coot Filipino leaders which Is cabled over we presume at the cost of 287 per word to the government and the tenor of which la that If McKinley U elected the Insurrection will immediately subside and that It Is only sus tained by the hope of Bryans election If McKlnley wants to make capital out of the Philippine war he had better Instruct his troops to go to capturing the leaders themselves Instead of their correspondence TilOSB Filipino letters that our troops are capturing are so strikingly similar In their diction and teasonlng 10 the orations of Cicero Hunna that one of two conclusions Is Inevitable be Is either the author of them himself or small minds like great ones run in the same channel A RESIDENT of the Indian Territory has wagered 50000 that Bryan will be elected Unless the man with whom he made the wager pleads the baby act he will on the 7th of November next be well prepared to keep the wolf from his door HANNA wants to know if Bryan Is really a frlendof the working man He Is indeed in fact he is almost as great a friend of the working man the year around as Hanna IB just before elec done THOMAS B REED U going to reside at Oyster Bay The republican cam paign committee as the last resort should endeavor to get the oyster- catchers to prize his mouiu open TilE republicans of the Oth district have nominated W McDonald Shaw for Congress Mr Shaws first excla matlon after learning the result of the election will be pshaw LITTLE JIMMIE ECKELS Clevelands controlled comptroller of the treasury says that bo cant swallow Bryan No body ever supposed that a mouse could swallow an elephant EXPRESIDENT HARRISON In the tone speech he has consented to makes for McKinley can hardly undo the damage he baa done him by his long sl K DCC J Tll Gov BUCKNER who played decoy duck for McKinley In 1800 Is just back- from Europe and on his arrival to New York embraced the first occasion to throw dirt at the party which formerly took delight In honoring him but which has long since discovered that It bad made an Idol but to find the ver lest clay Ho says the only chance of tho people of Kentucky to enjoy civil and political liberty in to vote against Beckham and the only hope of true democracy lies In the defect of Bryan Despised at homA and discredited abroad Gov Bucknera words will have no effect on democrats further than to make them more determined to foray er retire such traitors as ho to obliv ion If ho were not a man of so much Intelligence It might be charged that bo makes this statement with reference to the Goebel law through Ignorance Under the law the republicans might carry every county In the State butI one and then the State election comI missioners could get together and do clare the vote of the State In favor of the democrats and they could do this without any fear of penalty The ex CODsequcntlIwillful prevarication He Is perfectly aware that the State election commis sioners decided that it bad no right under tho law creating It to go behind the returns that It must simply add up and declare the result The fast that It gave the certificates to Taylor and his crowd who had a majority on the face of the returns shows the untruth fulness of Gov Buckners assertions and brands him as a falsifier Wo dis like to speak thus of a bravo old Con federate soldier whom we once reverenced and admired for the gallant part ho took for the lost cause but we have no patience with turncoats and traitors and when our former friends so prove themselves our love changes to the suprcmest contempt Tilt republican party was either criminally Insincere in tho declarations of Its platform or ItA representatives In the Legislature are acting without orders The platform declares that the first duty of Kentucky citizenship Is to repeal the Goebel law but the first opportunity presented the members aforesaid voted almost unanimously against Its repeal and a return to the law that it succeeded This is cons oration as strong almost as proofs of Holy Writ that the republicans are not honest In their fight against the Goebel law and that they would not repeal It were It In their power With the Goebel law out of the way their occupation of deception and abuse of a measure Intended to scotch their effort at fraud and rascality would go a glim mering and they would have nothing else to do but advocate and extol their efforts of government by assassination which they have so fully endorsed O O STEALY the Courier Journals Washington correspondent now on a tour of personal Inspection of the po ideal situation Is very sanguine after a visit to New York and Indiana that Bryan will carry both or them He makes this prediction after the most careful inquiry from the best sources of Information obtainable on both sides and his reputation as a reliable man and his correctness In former elections give great weight to bill statements which seem to be corrobo rated by other reports At present Mr Bryan seems to have much more than a fighting chance of election IT has been all along charged that the republicans were notboncstln their alleged desire to havo the Goobcl law repealed and the charge has been con firmed A chance wus given them In the Senate to vote for the repeal and a return to tho county judge system and 1C out of JJ votpd No These men represent the policy of the party and do not wish to take from It Its only mainstay in this campaign the abuse of a law that at Its worst is too good for them o POLITICAL The Massachusetts republicans In convention at Boston nominated full State ticket headed by Wlnthrop Mur ray Crane for governor Bryan will pet ono more vote In St Louis than he would have gotten bod not Mrs Izi McCoy a coy and winsome widow made a vote for tbe great leader of democracy tbe price of her hand and heart after her lover an ardent republican bad made all other promise In vain He placed love above pol Itics and promised and they wore married to live happily as the novels say ever afterward Tbe enormous cost of Imperialism shown In tbe fact that the expenditures- for the army alone In September were 14000000 which Is 1000000 more than for tbe corresponding month of last year and nearly four times as much as In 1897 Although the war revenue law Instill in force and effect taxing nearly overytblne the income of the Government for September fall below the expenditures THE TRIAL All efforts to poaipano the trial of Henry Youtsey failed and tho jury has been completed and tbe trial Is in progress James Andrew Scott was first called to detail a conversation Youtsey had with him after Goebel was shot but bo was not allowed to tes tify because Youtsey had consulted him as a lawyer It Is said on reliable authority that If Mr Scott could be compelled to testify the whole conspiracy would be laid bare as Youtsey Is said to have told him of the wholo proceedings from beginning to end IHONS R0 WAIMIBN and Harvey Holm will speak at Dunnvlllo Casey county on Tuesday Oct 16th Bo sure to hear them b Clothing Wo always havo the bee Our Fall and Winter Suits for dressy young men not only rlvallnll made goods but In many instances are superior for this rea son that they possess the Lantern finish aud the popular broad shoulder effect We have n big line of H y s Knee Pant- Suits In single and double breasted Also a fine line of Vested Suits for Children front to 8 Boys Kneo Pants only 19c Mens black and gray Cheviot Pants CSc 10 dozen all wool Doeskin Jeans Pants worth 1125 special price 79c 12 dozen Pants bought at 50c on SI worth 12 and 12 fiO will be sold aUll 25 Dress Goods First opening of Fall Ores Goods Our early display of the correct thing for Fall and Winter is fully up to the standard of former seasons 25 Pieces of new Flannelette from 7Jo to 25c per yard All wool Dress Goods small plaid blue green and brown 23c quality only ISc Tailor Made Dress Skirts This is ono Department In which we Are particularly wol axed They are all neW Skins madeot fashionable material and ranging In price from 08o to JO SEED WHEAT AND RYE I have 1000 bunliels of extra good seed wheat and 300 bushels of excellent rye for sale Call and son It Prl os rcaonnblo MOKIttS FILED Stanford Ky NOTICE lam overstocked In onebait Inch cut popla thlnile the ume ihlnglet I haY been l1log rot 17 perlbouuod You on Bnd muiple of the shingles it rbna herrings Markbuty sly aereral partle In Lanraittr At w nt the tOil lot ol shingles moved from my shed by JioTemlm lbs 111 have cut my Ire 1011114 per thoutand f o Ik can Moreland K7ln wagon or carload lota A good tubs with bay true an wagon ca draw from IS lo 20 thuuud at a load A mum triprae M Diad lay rom llurplnllarrode burJ UncMter Dry ntaTllIt larknuaDel hub- his little that cannot make trip In one dg tan rl hI sad teen led for Toe Tbl nedrite as won a prwn Iock liioW U U KI0 Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALE ON TUESDAY OCT 161900 At 10 oclock we will on the premises of A H and It U Logan deceased the followln property 600 A55SS OF FINE LAND BOTLE County three miles from Danville Ky ThU It one of the arrest farms In Kentucky Is In rendition to raise hemp tobacco or any other crop U hoe been In grass for a number of years and Im moro good fencing oil It than any farm IU aiz In tho Suite and liausceptlble of division Will also ittll 14 flue grade cows and helfors horses mules mar and wits furmlpg 1m otherJlems toonumer to- lent mentionand also sell 10 shares of stock In the llustonvlllo National Hank and two shares In the Danville News out sham In the New Kentucky Central Fair Call on or address II P Logan or A E ilundley Danville Ky or M It Wnlteni Venchdiile Ky Executors T D English auctioneer Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON J October 2 to 13 1900 75000 in Stakes And Purses The Worlds Best lUce Meeting 16000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 2 5000 TransylvaniaThu- rsday Oct L 5000 Futurity Syrold Wednesday Oct n 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 2 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Monday Oct 8 3000 Ashland Monday Oct Jlle Stakes Dally All tho Oracle Horief Dally Concerts by Weuers Famous Man lIalf Rllte on all railroads K P 61OLLFrsi H W WILSON Beer 1T T i iL1 a510 SHO1INQ At T- heLouisville StoreLast week was It distinguished success Onr house was crowdod with appreciative visitors who were profuse in their expressions of pleasuo tend gratification over the dis play of new goods Our nriayof Fall nail Winter mer chandise is one of unusual Strength Variety and Low Prices Our constant aim in selling is how low can we sellnot how much can we make The result is that our ever growing business is always in the lead This hat is a felt crown with stitched brim polka slot folded sateen band comes in carlroynlbrown anti cardinal A big line of readymade Wrappers at prices that suit all Fancy knit Skirts COc quality only 30c Fancy Under Skirts el quality only 68cBlack Sateen Under Skirt worth 11 25 our price 70c All woo Flannel Skirt Put 40c Our Outing and School list is made of floe quality of Imported Persian Fell and cornea In blur brown and red Trimmed flat Sat ore Walking lists Tamothantera Ac al color and shapes We can save you 25c to SOc on this lice of goodsLadies all wool Shirt Waist 680 TWO FARMS FOR SALE Ilttmg JtcMfl toeb m rontlon I will sell privately my farm on which lire 34 of a Und wllefrom la oodatateotcultivalionItoacneolriverb- ottom boll tbal U line men and meadow Unit IxUocn 80 nerve li upland mod well JMlipUil to tom wheat blue gnu and all other crete A brick dwelling of rooms and filar a welt of IInoll1 trmtoue water at the door two good Irnrtueat bout barn and all nrmurjr outliulldlkp with plenty ol good fruit and an abundant Iock wa er make this the m ii desirable tarn In countyAlma 104 acm 1 mile from Crab Orchard Ky on L caileratmloiioalle the fa raout Crab Orchard All In grin with a large eluckbarn sod an abundanret of water with uuuuf the Oueit building iltet In tbe neighbor hood Also a nice collie In 8ianford y on Lancas tel sheer with good cittern xirden Ac attached Per furtbe r o II on oraddrrw- U HUOXAtUiliCrabUrebtrdKy Drs SlavinS PhilliesO- STEOPATHISTS Will te In DaoTlllt Mnndari Uedncfdaja and Will Ie In Stanford Tucilt KrUiyi j Thurxlayi and Sag 1Irdl j hire In the r flnldlou llulldlng Stanford Ol lice hour lu a1 to I r tOSTEOPATHY This Seentworiginated and doloeol by lit T Still of Klrmlll Mo leieud on the prlutdi4uAlimsuyaid Tbytlology for Hi re lulla no rubbing noau InlolleratlonaanJelallaa hind Ruler tt t iiiian u machine ofao many parts Its kyswl adjustment When all pan aiepioiwrly adjuitrd and not urerworkdl linllh dlirawa treated by lit Ncrrout rruatratlon Headache Neuralgia Itheuiuatliiii CalarrD Weak IJraoulated Ildi Maitre Heart Liter and Lung fl mea Conitlpatlon Hlee tiall Stonet nh rg fttom arhnodlnlellua lrouLire ILeaseuflbit ea uti Joint 8plnalOirraturc l uroratloni8tlirjiilnt Iaralyali Inmntlnence of llrlue tocomoior Atae U Iemalo tiseaact a i eclalty Coiiullatlon Free FOX LOGANf LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for lale nt all times W Logan Wood Manager PublicSaloofFineFarm An agents wo will tell to the highest bId- der On Saturday October 6th 1900 On the prernUe Tho Farm of 368 Acres ot splendid JIIuograu hind belonging to the heIr of tho late Adam Uuruuntor The farm 1101 on thu edge of Oaacy county about S mile south of Huutonvlllo and orry ncro hi fortll and tillable Un 16 nuur thu coli g icr of the Is u large twostory frame dwelling containing eight rooms and two hallol rnublu story porch In front and on ells large stock barn near the house and nil necessary out buildings Thera arc two largo tobacco barns conveniently located that will house about 20 acres About tome third of the farm lit well set In grass the balance In wheat and corn this year Wutur Is abundant every whcras i orchard Delected fruit It can be divided as to ldncottheto examine It will bo shown over It by the llro who live upon It Seeding privileges now poi csilon Jan I IDol Terms very reasonable will bo made known on day of sale Sale promptly at 10 oclock J W EDW AUJOHN Agent Ilmtonvllle Ky Ladies and Gents- Underwear In this lino we are hotter equipped than we have evrr beers at a price tbat will make them uiovo lAdies Jersey ribbed Vet long sleeve only 15c- Children and Mbees union suits worth SOc our prlco only 23c Mens fancy ribbed Underwear 48c per garment Slens heavy Underwear only ISo per suitA full line of Top Shirts for men and boys Look Here Our dollar stretching values which we have succeeded in collect ing for our patrons are the greatest bar gains ever given for fresh new goods- Domestics Yard wldo Brown Cotton good quality only 60- Good quality Bleach Cotton worth 0o our pIco Co 25 pieces Outing Cloth 6c to lOe new patterns of Drapery 7Jc 10 lOc 10 yards of fancy Calico to nny custom er at 3jc Headyrondo Mioeta 03x50 Inched ready for use only 48c Comforts Blankets and Quilts nt prices that cnnnot bo matched in Stanford We have opened up three eaten of now Calico red blue gray Mack and white MIueiieamlcM Illicit hose 0 to 0 worth lOc sale price oc Ladles seatnlcAa Black Hose only 6c Children Black or Tan How tells ev crywhero at lOc our price only 5o- Mlstcs seamless Black fleece lined hose IBe quality our price only fle Misses and Itoyt double knee extra heavy Jlcecid ribbed hose only Ibc Mens extra hoary gray Socks 8c Men graywood Socks 25c quality our price only UtShoes 1Sb0421Ladles stock tip shoo heel or spring heel woith J2 sale price 1145 Ladies One turned sole Shoes 12 50 quality tale price 1103 Our line of mens fine 13 Shoes it equal to any 14 lite you will rind in Stanford NOW IS THE TIME YinterITo buy Winter goods before Iho slock It hruketi r mu headquarters lot 1workt Winter Giotbin fOlvoOur Prices Are Lower Tljai herCunjmins S McClary S S S S S S S S S I IS I S S S S S S S S I Childrens Shoes I I have just received one of the best selected slot ks of Misses and Childrens Shoos ever brought to thlcud of the county all being CUSTOM MADE GOODS I So the mothers will find it to their Interest to see our line before milk ing their fill purl hasos Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky r fl ifB J BOBE1BlTS DRUGGIST yells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint rcscrlptlons carefully UlloJ day or night Talent MedicIne of almostofpry tied Beautiful lino of Stationery Blank Books of every description Oflce Long Dletanco Telephone r THE INTERIOR JOURNAST- ANPOKD KY OCT 9 IQO O E 0 WALTON BuaiNEsa MAXAOCH TUB bOlt materials combined Aklll and accuracy Insure g carol 11 No aru ovor used In our proscription work Penn Drug Store PERSONALS nor FELIX FOX of Danville wai hero yesterday RKV J M BRUCE of Danville woi hero court day Mils S J EMlillY le visiting rola ttveIn Kansas City EXSENATOR Ku PARKKR 01 Lon don was hero yesterday A 10roUND boy arrived at Cralj Camdens Sunday nlirht- MRti J B PORTMAN has returned al dtera few days stay In Loulivlllo Mils UBNKDICT SiALuiNo of Loba non U vUltlnir her son 11111 Spaldlne XMRS J S HOOKER und children lei to visit relative In Kaniai City lION ifAUVKY HiUAI beard lion W J Bryans great speech In Loulivlllc Saturday IlirL SPAUHNO wont down to Lebanon to see tbo homcfolkt for a few day yesterday Mns W A EUUANKS of Paris are rived yesterday to bo the guest of MUi Heltlu Wcaron- MR8J O BAILEY and daughter Mary are visiting Mr William Fields In Lexington W S WATSON of Atlanta Ga It vlsUlntf the family of D B Kdmlston at Crab Orchard MRS It O HAIL and ton Wcaton of Somerset are truest of ber parent Mr and Ire Goo D Wearon CLKVER J C Coulter of Casey paid this oflco a call yctorday and left us a nice order for job prlnllrfr MISS SUE WILL IlALK and brother John lIallloft yesterday for Kansas City to vUlt the family of Mr John E YI1alov D U COLLIER pension agent for Kentucky was In town yesterday to bear 13 Per Diem Per Day Dcboo r leak MIss BBTTIB MORES of Louisville who has boon the guest of Mitt Lena Barnett and other friends hero return ed home yesterday MR P M WARE of McKinney went to Winchester yesterday to attend the State atoelatlon of Indepen dent telephone companies lIt C O McWllORTER of the Ca ay Creek section was hero court day and eaYI the outlook for democracy In hls region was never better- J TIIOUAH CHERRY the clever Drodhead merchant was oq Friday train returning from Clnclnnatlwboro ho bought stacks of oodIMRS J W BABTIS of Pliuburp topped over for a few days jeitcrday to see her little daughter Katie who II attending Stanford Female Collcio MHR H V DODD of Downs Illwho J has been vliiUn her daughters Met J dame H D McClure and James CalbI at Turnorsvlllo returned homo W VERNON UIOIIARDSOX D P 1011 gan H H Gentry and G C Keller h nod uumernut other wero over from Britain yesterday attending JLIttle I A T TRAYLOR William Peter Strain Jr went to Lonltvillo this morning to represent the lodge hero at the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellow at LouUvtlle which con eneltoda1I BAILEY was mlngllnc hens yesterday lie Washnays always considered ington a greater Ulan then Lincoln and has almost concluded that Washington county Is greater than Lincoln because It has more democrat LOCALS COMTOliTO and blankets at Severance Jt SonaISS Tbo best on earth U a Hanan ShooI J P Jones TUB largest lino of lap robes at J C McClarya 11JNI Candies just received War1 ron tti Shanks NBV oaf areceived Miss Annie Phillip FRENCH flannel for walt at Severance SonoaOUR fall lamps arc la Call and leol them G H Farris k CoaHAUNE3S whlpi collars haincs traces c at J c McClarya Fort close prices on buggies carl and road wagons go to Wcaron Brosar r WE havo several varieties of nice r seed wheat for sale J II Daughman k Coawa I AM back In too business again and patronage J K would your VnnArsdaleaLADIES wo aro selling Ccntomerls kid gloves and fit them for you J Pt JonesaBY all unintentional error wo got Friday Oct 10 Instead of Tuesday 10 c In the public sale of the lato A ELo e gans effects Dont forget the dattc Tuesday Oct 10tbtb MK O J NEVVLAND whobat been suffering for some tlmo from Vbo effect of on old gun shot woundrand other ailments was paralyzed 120 ono side Sunday morning and bad convulsions Sunday night Uo Is in u very critical condition r llannltoneithee family a t Severance ft Sons Go to Cummins A MoClarys nnd leo what a nice suit of clothes e5 will buy GO to G H Farris f Co and rave money on your heating stove planeD01cloUlingeHAAS Hog Cholera remedy will save PennysDrus WE are headquarters for coal hay corn outs and all kinds of feed J H Baughman it Co GENTLBMBNUoyal silk plush un derwear warraet and best fitting made Sevoanco Son WR have plenty t grades of coal at high price buy before It goes high er J H Baughman Co THE long needed rain came Sunday and produced a change of temperature that required overcoats yesterday MRS W It WILLIAMS of IIu ton syule sold hnr house and lot at auction hero yesterday to P B Twldwell for eiioo lION LETCHER OWSLEY will speaks at Brodhcad Saturday night at 7 democracyDont A WARRANT for tho arrest of Henry Kldd has been Issued charting him with breaking tbo windows and otherwise damaging the dwelling of Miss Allco UaiyeTHE democrat will moet at Goshen p next Thursday night to organize a democratic club and W S DurcbC Esqwill address the club after tbor organization is perfectedbJoSTAn account book about 10x14 a Inches in size and marked on back Led H ger 13 A liberal reward will bo paid for 1t delivery at this office or to mo at Harrodtburg a C VanarsJalo a THE school election Saturday rClulLt cd In a vow of 188 In favor of levying a tax of 18 cent on the 1100 for three year to 36 against It Dr W DI OBannon was reelected trustee B P SIICWMAKER the Q d C agent at Morelaed has bought out tbo hack line between Uuitonvlllo and ht town and will put on a now hack and delivery wagon the lf tbaTHERE was a democratic club of 3S organiMd at Ottenhelm with the following tc ollioari President William Huger Vice President Charley TrubIV Secretary John Juror and Treasurer John DInt lION JOHN S ItIISt speck at Liberty Oat 10th at 2 1 u This will boa rare treat for our Casey county friend and we hope that there will bo an effort made to have Mr Rhea speakt hero while In this section Ho best stumper In Kentucky and arouses t1 enthusiasm where over he goes Ih IN tbo county court yesterday J T Lcavell qualified ni administrator of U M Powell J P Holdara as admlc Isirator of Adeline Smith Harry Greer was appointed a road surveyorln pisco W M Sweeney resigned LI ooDito to sell brandy was Issued to Casper AptrlA KHORO roan whose name couldnt J learned created a commotion on tho I- etreet yasurday by accidentally die abnrgl4g oilier gun In front of H J ilortoberu1 store The result of the shot was n painful though not danger cue wound In the neck of Mr S A Montgomery and a slight wound on the- ahok of a Mr Dlsbon Quito a num wr of Nxgro men were In town yester day with loaded shot guns preparing we prosum for government by unt1 Polt the third month tho pupils of In Walnut Flat school who have attained II 00 and over In general average are George Chancellor 08 Krlherlno Pblle Ips 08 nianohe Newlund 00 Jennie y Coffey U0 Mlnnlo Boone 00 Shelby Coffey 03 George Prjor OJ Besle lloltxclaw 01 Marshall Newland 112p Maralo Boone 02 John ColTey 01 Clyde Curtis 01 Margaret Coffey D3a Howard Holtzclaw 03 Anna Chancel or H2 Embry Chancellor 01 Clarence h Boone 00 Marshall Boono 00 Nellie Rowland 00 LUzIa Brent 01 GREENURIAH SPRINGS In another 1 loluran will ba tetrad an advertisement of GreonBrlar Springs Title valua bra property will be sold on Monday fov Gib and o M a splendid oppor i to an orergetlo man When runs u summer rwort tile was a popularm and moneymaking placn and bas not been open for some years bast been carefully looked attar and voryII would be required to put It In ox iollent shape to run noxt season JreenBrlar Springs Is one of thed irolllcst and boat located places of kInd In the State and with its Ono wa n terand beautiful scenery offers a tempa tips opportunity for Investment SUPT GARLAND SINGLETON has re- tolvcd from tbo superintendent of pub llo Instruction tbo following letter which will bo sad nows to the school lachers and Is only ono of too many muddles that the republicans caused while In power Under a recent de Islon of the court of appeals the defi Upf over 8130000 yet duo certain 0 llles on last year must bo paid out of bu fund of the present year and must o paid before any other warrants are drawn Tho payment of this will make It Impossible to pay tho 40 per cent duo your teachers on tbo 13lb only per cent can be paid You will please xplatn to your teachers that tile Is duo to tbo fact that tbo per capita toes declared too fajgb list year f CraigHockers SOMETIIINO now our seamless shoes for mac and boys Severance fc Sons- Now Is a good time to have that picture made Miss Saoray Tilt shoe question Is of Interest to everybody Buying once at 81CO le cheaper than twlco at 81 Bear this In mind Wo keep good shoes Sever anco Sons it W S will speak at Goshen nckt Thursday Oct 11 at 7 p Deo Lick Saturday at 130 P M and at Hound Knob School House Saturday evening at 7 oclock Oct 13 D S CARPENTER the Husionvlll furniture harness and Implement man has sold his stock to George and Will Dlnwlddlo of that place who will continue the business at the old stand JOHN M HUNT formerly of this county but now of Paint Lick died thero Sunday at tbo residence of his son inlaw James A Todd MrI Hunt was 01 years of age and his all raent was Bright disease Irue Saufloy democratic club organ Iced with 25 members at Dr J T Mor rls store Saturday night Tbo olllcera are Dr J T Morris president Founl Farmer vice president J E Lynn and Free Silver Johnson treasurer An excellent speech was made by W S Burcb The club will meet at the same place next Saturday night THE fiscal court adjourned Friday after a lour days session The amount of claims allowed has not yet been foot d up but It II thought that It will be 2000 less than the total of last year The court went In a body Saturday to- examlno the condition of the county oad near where trio Hualonvlllo pike the flanking Fork which has ecn damaged by the creek They will Iso examine soon the county road near unters ford which has been damaged In tbo same way Tbo county attorney was directed to bring suit for settlement of tbo affairs of tho HUI onvlllo tt Coffeys mill turnpike LEXINGTON The Falrist and Lovtlltst of Them All LEXINGTON Oct 8Tho more I see the Capital of tbe BlueGrass the more I like It It Is an Ideal place for home possessing all the advantages 1 city life and enough of the country make It delightful Tbo average icxloilontao Is thoroughly In lovo lib tho tows and would hardly swap a home In It for ono In Heaven They arc egotists all believing that they alone are the salt of tho earth and that cxlngion Is the new Jerusalem They iavo a right too to bo proud of thorn elves and tholr beautiful city nestled j tho garden spot of tbe world with the fairest of women the fastest of horses and best of the other of the irco Ihlnga that have mad Kentucky tmous to the oDd of tbo cnrLblt Is horn that every prospect pleases and U mac Is vile It Is from choice and not from tbo surroundings which tend to improve and elevate Our now paper Is being warmly received and liberally patronized by the tmocrai who have for so long been impelled If they read at all to pc jso a republican paper for breakfast and wind up with a republican paper ir supper They have been traduced sad epl upon almost till human nature could stand no more and they are overjoyed to havo u mouth piece whoso mis lIon It Is to preach democratic doctrine and uphold tho cause of the great com Don people The business of The lornlng Democrat grows In a most ratifying manner Its circulation Is icrcatlng by the hundreds dally und advertising patronage is Immense- It has already been demonstrated but order to do Itself and patrons justice must enlarge the paper and Increase Its facilities Tho former wilt bo ban by adding a column to too donej hllo orders for three Mer 8101EverytblnIs ordered by the car load of 40 000 pounds und no expense Is spared in- nything that will Inuro to tbo advun logo of the publication Tho stock older are Ibo richest men la town and with a directory of live and onor Itetlc young men thero Is no such word s full pct milled to bo used A carnival of bloodshed seems to be- on hero Three Negroes hero been tiled In a week and although that race comprises about half of the population wont take many years lo clean them oul at that rate An effort was by tbo republican press to make bo killing of Editor Benjamin a pollt al one and thereby engendered a biter feeling between the races but too editors wow called down and the kill ng shown to havo been one of sell- efense although Benjamin was run Ing at the time and the shot was in bo hack Ho shot at his slayer first nd ran when he saw him flash a pis toh The way democrats hero put up for bo party would surprise the natives of most sotions They give nvcry lay almost and tn largo sums nOD J D Black speaks hero today In the Opera louse which costs 950 and a band has been engaged at 825 making two Items is the cost ot the speech justS75 Some Ulcers glvo nearly all their salaries and bold their olllco for the honor of lobo thing An all day rain yesterday and the consequent cooling of the atmosphere has put a new phazo on Hfo und made the farmers happy Many bad to haul stock water while that for drinking purposes was In some cases exhausted and badto bo hauled also for miles This U county cdurt day and there a arc people in town world without end I dislike to bo from home when I know that you bavo u county court on the same day and Dill hand but duty calls and If any of my readers fobeyIagtne I have a soft snap abuse their minds of It I used to think It pretty wearing on ihu consll tutlon in grind out copy fur tlu INTE R10R JOURNAL twlco a week Now I have to do It seven nights In a week with newer a Idt up or a breathing spell I never seek my little had be fore 1 or 2 unlock A M and oren much lutor dud I havent pot u cdJtto sleeping later than 7 It Is difficult to teach old dogs now tricks but I urn catching on by degrees and may be all right by the beginning of the new century For any success that I may achieve or reconciliation tbatmay come to me for jumping from the frying pun Into the fire I must give credit to the prayers of tho righteous which avail olh much Mis Mary MoAfen writes mo thatat her little home ret nptrt for God a number of tfcu sister wade mo tba subject of their supplications to the throne of grace for which am duly and truly gratoful I um a firm believer In prayer and if everybody would obey tbo Injunction to pray without ceasing and In everything give thanks His Kingdom would soon como and the prince of darkness be banished from us W P W NEWS NOTES The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Odd Follows will meet In Louisville today Nine persons were killed a score or more Injured and property loss cf from 875000 to 1100000 caused by a tornado around Blwablk MJnn THE county board of election commissioner met yesterday and organized with John K Bauphman as chairman and J M Alvcreoa us secretary The board will meet again on Oct 20th to appoint the election officers to servo at the coming election if they ere not displaced by a new law SPEAKINO Hon GGilbert wPl 1dre88 the voters at the following places In Lincoln county Crab Orchard Wednesday Oct 10 at 130 p M ittenbclm at 7 P M Wqynesburg Thursday Oct 11 at 130 p M Kings villeat 7 PM McKinney Friday Oct 12 at 130 P M Junction City Friday Oct 12 at 7 PM Huslonvllle Saturday Oct 13 at 2 P M Stanford at 7 P M Dont fall to hear him at the above placebMATRIMONIAL MR AND MRS ADAM W CARPEN TEn of Lincoln county announce the ngnecmonlof their daughter Maymo Wilson Carpenter to Mr Robert L Salter Jr The wedding will take place the latter part of November Miss Carpenter Is not only one of the most beautiful girls In tbo Bluegrass but Is highly accomplished being especially talented In music and has adorned tbe circle In which she has moved Mr Salter has been a leading member ot the younger social sot In Danville and le associated In business with his broth rlnlaw Mr George W Chestnut formerly of Louisville Courier Journal CHURCH MATTERS The executive committee of the resbylerlan Synod of Kentucky will hold a meeting la Lexington today for the purpose of consldcrlug a plan for the establishment of a college for girls under the auspices of Ibo church It Is the IntentIon to establish a school on the high plane of Vassar Wellcsley and other famous Eastern colleges Rev S M Rankin of Stanford is aI member ot the committee Stnkei n nijt Difference Jlnlcs I hear thntahotel waiter was Ischarged the ether day for demand nga tip- Mlnltslet out Truo as preaajilng lie didnt ask for it either merely acted as If be wanted one Dont believe It Its so He was new to the place tad didnt know the roan hewavwalt og on was time proprietor 2f Y Vcekly Iliirnttou of Time I told him you were as honest as- the flay is long What did he say asked Senator Sorghum Ha merely remarked that ho guessed I must be talking about some of these days they have up around the Arctic circle that dont last more than a minute or two Washington Star Not nt All Improbable Dogs in Hamburg arettaxc accord tog to rizc tho bigger the dog the higher tho tax said the talkative boarder at breakfast By tie way come rom UiGlnquis- tivo boarder speaking of dogaie- that where the Hamburg steak cornea IromYonkel Statesman An Vnfonnded tumor O Botch They say the reason the feet of Chinese women are squeezed is to keep them from running away from theIr husbands HenpeckTOh no Thats a mistake Its to keep them from running after their husbands Chicago TlmesHer aid FnrRot the Othrri- Mabel There are now over 9000awe atlons open to woman Clara Dcnr mel What are the- yMabelLetmesee One of them Is marriage and Uie other IsIs Dear met 1vo forgotten tile others N Y WWeeldy One of the Requisite Why do you think he will bosuch- an acquisition to the campaign com nlttee I didnt know ho was posted on politics IrQ Isnt was the reply but ho la a most resourceful and artistic Hart and will be Invaluable in our pres- sdepartmentChicago Port MISS II32HE C JONES Of MorfUml liai onnnl a Coniplelo Lino of Millinery at Junction City Ami Country1ruluwxehanged Small Farm For Rent onDaolIIellkgood ciiltrn it iljor inrat house lien house and liable In goof repair Iliml apple orchard and pltnly imall frulU 12 acrN of 4ac lobe cul tivated John hit b ita will lr and rent trolly II T MeKOIlKUTii Urwlhal Ky PUBLIC SALE I Wont Lincoln Con J jfarm An unimproved feral opproxlroallng 2 6 O CEES thelfuttonvlneantUbertyn Carpenter andJ rallttwolytimber einOflngnl Imnienio tu par trrri wild chary walnut yellow lich Ac remain dr li bluegraw A great abundance cf wate- rfrontprlncethat never rn even lnthe drLrcanlaen and sawed on the place to Mtue end there are plenty of locuttand mulberry fur fend purpowt This Ivundary been ufcyl fur grailX pur oaeifor years cud no better bluer can lie found In the State Will price mionahlr and wire long time ou dfrrrtd Icpneida Mr JAIIII Yitntli on the John U Carpenter place will ahnv the land to any applicant or apply to W I IKTCIIKlt Dantllle K- yPOST3D The persons nlioso names appear below anykindand will iro wnto to the full extent of the law am olio vlulntoi iaughmanDr MUSIC LeSSONS lly un experienced huh music teacher J20- pOr term of JIve month i hour lessons per week Call at Mrs Strnuls LHND FOR SALE Ionsalou Tract of Laud containing 8- 3Cres two miles nom Stanford on Lnncis ter k Rash Branch Turnpike being a part finislasmil right new Terms veer J II oWjiIEV Stanford Ky MULES AND HORSES FOIL SALE I have 22 cotton mules also four horses ready to feed and want to sell them tn the next IS days to as to buy mule noire al eo have it carload of fertilizer at Morclaud end as It la In tho way of a barber shop I ptrtlt1jbuylnMoreland Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE s W DURKE SN lmsfJUNCTION CITY KY I tretClass Turnouts at Reasonable hales iGrllinPoultry And Eggs WANTED I will pay top market price cash for them oDd also Hides Wool tICOAL c SALT IOctof the best coal also salt and I will fell It to merchants by wagon load at a very small IJ margin Will continue to pay the highest prleesOlveirlccslllcbory Spokes 8tav and handing y IBPUBLIC SALE OF A DKSIRAIILE r FAUM As Kxocuior of the will of vre Martha A Martin dccd I will on nturciny Oct 201111900 About the hour of 2 r at the rcrlilcncn Os the premises otTer ut public auction to lip highest bidder the farm of About 100 Acroa OF Land In Lincoln county Ky which Mrs Martin owned at her death The farm U situated about 3 miles south of Stanford and adjoins the Halos Well tract and tho lands ot I JAiighertee and others The dwelling loueo nud out building are comfortable and In good repair TEHMS One third cash tho remainder In six and 12 months with Interest from Janntat next Title undISlutedI GREENBRIER SPRINGS FOR SALE I will sell st public sale on ondayNovombor 6thOO At the court house door st tUnfunl Ky about rItHJcrrtoflird with iiithe hotel Lull4lDg de ImprovementsThelirlng and exquisite scenery bat nollltDD run MS iiimmtr naort Inc tome yea hs been w Itcared for and la a splendid place for a moneyTExusOne In one and two ran equal payments with sixper cent Interest from due until psiid oDd a lien ntalned upon tbe the prnperlr For further Intormatlon quire ot J H axton- Attorceyat Law Staiifonl or Cot J Chanple Crab or aldresa the under Isue tVenailln l11 QIIENAULT FOR RENT I For A large house In LancaiUr with eight Mine ttablr and garden well suited for a bo rd hIt houW since la centrally located for all kind itbuilcetr lltfercnev J M UIIANl sib A Jetrenoa street Waco Texas THIS AND THAT Henry Hooker a Christian county farmer was killed by eating hazel nuts John T Ulytbo a prominent businessman and Gypsy Tindcll a borso dealer wore run over and killed by a fat mall train at Fulton while orosslug the railroad track in a wagon 3J A ALLEN A CO Contractors Azid E3u1dereU STANFORD KY nave now a complete stock of Building Material Yellow Pino Flooring Oslliiitv DOOM Sash minds and nil kinds of Dressed nnd Hough Lumber Shingles and Bteel Hoolojr Looo cast Posts Ac Wo make estlm Ito on nnyklnd of work winted OIBce oppollU IlrKlII Cooks THE S3PEHIOR BRAIN DRILLS Are Still In The Lead Buy it and you will make no mistake Also the y Miami Valley Fertilizer t 4 We have been using this for several year with good results HIGGINS McKINNEY ManSlioos 12 I have sold them for 15 year They are as near perfect as man ran make them Jhave them In the new heavy extended welt sole In off the new l nihers mjVxciValouis Calf Box Calf Enamel Calf Genuine Cordovans end Byles Patent Leathers PRICES FROM 350 TO51 Workroanskip every pair guaranteed fee them noJ M9BOBfflBTS rJF 1 3 Has no doubt been the least of your thoughts the past few weeks of n warm weather bul wo want to remind you that our bran new stock of j Jackets and rapes Is open for your Inspection 1 NEW FURS IIOn display at our store are new first class goods made by one of the ra best fu Tiers in this c- ountryPetticoats in 1Beautifully made and cut in as to hang right is the deaf arrive 1ti 81 lo iS- fiOSEVERANCE SONS Court House m1 G iC1TIZEINS OF LINCOLN And Adjoining Counties I Wo Ask Just a word with on Wo have bought lore ish a stock of Dry Gocds Shone Sc fnr Ibo FilII and Winter trade that we confljenilr believe will meet your overy dcm ud rho fr+ m v in tits hmw and we ask that you examine them IB quality and price dud tel if you ClIO cuusclentlously for us wth a share of yourr F patronageYard brown cotton fc dark calicoes 4 to 5c German calicoes lOc yard wit e Perc 81 to 12c nnlon cottons o ti lOc Outing Cloths 6 lo ICe Flannelettes 8J r to 16c Scnmlefs Hose 10o Union uts 2ic to 41 Knit Skirls 5rc to SJ21S We haven splendid stock o- fDress Goods7 x A 60Inch all wool elegant HOMESPUN FOR 60GMercerized Sateens 25 to 50c Silks Satins Etc Remember our show ci me from high class workman such as Ilauan t Rio rKrlppcndorlF Dolman b t o We believe In good goods and sell no shoddy ones JOHN P JONES Stanford Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Next Session will open Monday Sept 3 Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pres j t ii THE INTEHI OURNAL Entered nlhe oiloffice at Stanford at econdclau matter 1Ia Uaha4T1I78 Anc1 rtdsv 1 PER YE ARCASH aw Wain not topaidiBSOO will e barged KNOXVILLE DIVISION i train ftring North ia m a a South 12 in 2JI U 2pm For llsPo1tn I EHTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION S AiTrireaatStanfordnt 1OS I JUcarm Stanford at 7 210 No Arrive at Kowlandst 1200 BAT No22 Levin Stanford at P II QUEEH I UMIBEHT iTr uciin South paa Junction CUT No nontop No a 11 J o3 1122 AM Jf o ttjril OfttDg Smith No2 iloeint stop No 849 No 6 185 r NoUOCA i FRANKFORT AiD CIHCIKNATI minileav Frankfort al 6O tot 11ml 111 floriotctlng at Irargetowu with the Q C ltnrnln IItlUlalit u3O and 641- r niching rraukforLaflrr connecting with Q AC train at 1130 Jux 710 r si and tll P The latter train leave fiw tonrartnwn at 1 r K JKNKWTONll P A SOUTHERN RfllUftY INKETUCKY Contend SelMdiH la that Miy t0 ItOO BABTBOUHIV NaL No8 No 3 Lv Louln lie TiUm ii74ptz OOcmIAr Veraalllca 766am Soepm 535am Ar Larencebg 8atera 530pm l5bm- Ar Shelb7TlllM 810am 615pm 30am AT Loulsrlta taioun 74Opn 760Am KASTBOUMB WK3TUOU1U FO lllNoll nATION INO IIIKO 14 406pai 7iIamy Jou Inn MI 1ii5Pr 10 un lIpm 1QOOaLy tArncbrcArl 530pmi Mtoa Upm ta4MIAr31ro4ggL 440pm 7DOam UOrlll 1ft56mJAi Iftri1n Lvi UOpm 7lOa1 BASTBOCIItX WKITBOCHO N tNo UUTlOlfL Ko mpKoes 74opmLSCpm 50pmTlDpm4Opm IL5Oam tr QcorRto Lv 700am 310pm IA3TBOBBP WJST OUtD it tNo tNo 61 STATIONS tNo aitNoa 74tom 400pm LT LouliTll Ar ia4tam 740m iaa m Mpni LT Verslles Ar UOam 60Cpm ILOiam 7pm Ar Nicblrlll Ar 6 Warn 4K pn UWpm 83Upm Ar Rtchmnd LT 006am 310pm- LlBpm Ar Irvine Lv lpm CTATIOKS No NO lLv Loullllet im pm Ar 1Oam lftpt ttamIAr Sarinnah Mham- Ar Jacksonville 875am Lv Cbattsaooga t dOfipm e2Sazz iaUpirrllWatnIAr Jacksonville 83um KlCOpm L Chattanooca 6 lOpml 043am 10016pmltt4UDAr No through tleeptnc oar Louisville to lllr 1IIll1lbauivia Lexington and Chattanooga No S fee observation chaircar Louisville LexingtonNo obMrvatlon chair car Lexington LoaUvlHa No llee IDr car Utrmlngham to Loulavllla via Lexington All tralni between Loulavllle Lexington ana urgin dally Between Venatllc and Georgetown Noa II and ISdally Nwv 87 and datlyexrapt Sunday Between Versalllas Nlcholasvillo Rich 1II0Dd anil Irvine dally except Sunday fDally except Sunday Other trains dally rSaAN oH3d VP GM J M OVLP T M Washington D C Waahlnyton OQ WATcnK0 A WMUTATU cAa lA dWashington D C LouUvllU KJI BETWEEN LOUISVILLE and CUICAfiOi BEST LINE T- OCalifornia AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS UNION STATION LOUISVILLEq DEARBORNSTATION J CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers Eo If IIACOXD ritX IV Cor 4tli and Market Sts Ixmlavllli J + G+ YJchJJA Y UWDBBTAEBB Manufacturer and Dcalear I- nXA1NIISIADDLDT to gtaaford Ky 41 t r 7 Vhr flhe Vfmm Afraid I Bmllj Did Qe rge propose lad night as you theught he vn1d Rue with nt niaclj cnthmlasm Yft lie r rp4tdT- hIfl7Did 7ounMepthlmI Eoie Of course EmlJrDutou Jont appear to beery happy over It 1tolel am not There U a Gather- Ing doubt about George in my mind Emily You surprise me On what account Rose Rose lletiidnt appear to be sum clently nervous about It Throwing herself Into her friends arras and bursting Into tears Oh Emily Im afraid George has proposed to aome girl before Boston Traveler Comforting ImnirlnaUon IA dear said young Mrs da lear the baby cryingl I havent heard anything else for the That 20 mlnuteV was the not very amiable answer Isnt It lovely What do you mean The way the baby shouts I cim shut my eyes anti Imagine that we are at a ball same when our side has just scored a home run Washington Star Cnnilor nov much will your opinion In this ii nse beorth asKed the prospective clients I cant tell you how much Itll be worth answered the lawyer who is accustomed to make fine distinctions golingA Conditional Order porloriup all of a sudden when you least expect DealerYes miss Sweet GIrlWell I wish youd send ia man nround nnd see if he cant talk ma Into buying someN Y WeeWy Uolnq A lawyers first duty said the stn dent Is to see thfft Justice Is done is it not professor Hm yes the professor thoughtfully And it has been my ex penance that the lawyer that does her the oftenest always gets the largest feePuckflek lo the FUoil- Wicks Isnt that Scotchman proud Weeks I should say so lIe claims that one of his ancestors was the orig thai Macintosh Wicks Uhl the one Xoah had with him during that long wet spell PlTil- adelnhJa Press hard to DIdSmlthson Whats troubling you Jobnnle Johnson Im trying to decide whether Im too broke to leave tbwn for the summer or have too mUJ debts to stay In toCi Town Topics hard on the Profession John our doctor is recommending Welsh rabbit as a breakfast dish Well you see through that dont you lies getting so lazy that he dpesntwant to be calledout tf5Dlght Indianapolis Journal Tempted to I2itrnvucnice IITom the most oAhat three dollars me to shop with is gpneV That so Yes you see I started downtown with a list of 75 worth of things I must have Chlcago Record lie Now Peddles Kiox A young mllllnnnire named Knox For pastime dw carrfble In kstoz nut he said with a sigh Ero a morjtti hadcone blgh v 1 must quit forI have no more kroxP Puck A QCESTIOX OF SEX Tomnly Uncle Ned whats thedlf ference between firmness and obati naoy Uncle Ned Merely a matter of sex my boyThe King Gravity In It Favor The way of the transgressor is hard of course reflected Uncle Allen Sparks but you dont have to pull out the throttle and give er sand when you travel on it Its a down grade all the way Chicago Tribune An Infallible Sign SheI cant help thinking that Smith quarrels horribly with his wife lIeWhy SheBecause he is always buying her such expensive presents Ally Sloper lie Showed Strrnktli Did your candidate develop strength i should say he did Why his rec ord alone proved strong enough to throw the whole ticket Chicago Post Uncle Allen pll1l050IJlhlzed about lCMengo Tribune Afterward There Vsts n Change Jack This Is n picture of a girl I used to be engagedto Jred Shes quite pretty Well this was taken before she Jilted me8mcrtSet DEAFNESS CANNOT DB CURED By local appllcalon as Iliev cannot reach tba dl atawd portion of tbartr Tier la onlv lie way lo cure deatuna and that l by couillUtlon rein nllea Icafii It rau bv a Inflamed rondl tionnf Ihamucou Itnliijrof tb tmlachlan Tub When liii lulwl Inflimjl you haves rumhllrg nund or Inipcrfvct hearing and wten It la entirely ebeed tcatoea lie frit atid tinI at lu flainiuailon can be taken out nd lla julio rmor lo lia normal comlUlonliearloK will bedwlr od forerrr nlnettueaoutoflen are ciuwd by O tarrb which la nothing bn anlnfiau d ixjudllhn of the inucoiu aiiraiv =w will ghll On Huodnd Dollars for any cape I Deafness ezuad by Catarrh that caonot lu cured by lUlla Catarrh Cur tend tot circulars OI1111 FanUy Mila ore tIe best J fnrrmT Prbahly JrerraDlreoL- We ome now said the campaiga orator pausing a moment to take a drink of water we come now to tho marrow of the subject How do you know it is the marrow interrupted a Jeering auditor near the door I feel It In my bonesl instantly re torted the orator Hereupon the enthusiastic crowd cheered for five minutes to the great and overwhelming confusion of the other tcllow Chicago Tribune Conldnt Stand It Favored Walter Im goln to leave here wen my week is up Regular Guest Eh I You get good pay dont you Yes bout the sames everywhere And tips besides A good many Then what Ic the matter They dont allow no time fer goln to meals I have to eat hereN lOUtWeekly Tuna flyer Thns If you earn a thousand nearly You think two thousand yearly Would be just the proper figure to make your happlaesa comflcto nut your Income when It doubles Only multiplies your troubles For the outgo then Increases and the ends they still dont meet Chicago Dally News INO COMPULSION Smith Say Jones I hear your wife makes you wash the dishes JonosOh no Itsa mistake I do IH of my own free IUIN Y Journal Unman Xntnre lie vows with all tho cynic arts And says he is blaae nut for the circus straight he starts When the band begins to play Vashlnpton Star Placing the Blame looked at him scornfully non 1Sbe you let a woman stand while ycgi occupy a seat she asked Madam he replied do not bluui me Tho fault lies primarily With sour own sex HoWso she demanded I did not receive proper home train lag he answered Chicago Post Serene Xodd This servant question Is a great nuisance isnt ItTogo Awful But Im out of It My cook has been with us so long that she N jest like one of the fain Ily pow long Two weeaDetroit Free Press Not an Anarchlt- tI can take down all those fellows that call t emselves great statesmen he boldly itss rted lIe was not the boyorator eager fora political debate He was not a pro fesslonal anarchist He was a stenogzapherTown Top ics to Speak ISo arm around me girl I fear noth ingThata sight said the youth with t a thrHl of pride You can consider yourself ft protected monopoly uck Uncertainly jUow are you going to vote next dee tionI dont know answered Mr Meek ton as a sudden expression of worry swept his face Henrietta does change her mind so often of late Washing ton Star IIII Opportunity Miss Elderly Im very sorry Mr Wood by but I can never be anything more to you than n Wooilby Inlerruptlng Yes thats Just giy beiictly luck and Ive got two grandmothers already Chicago Daily N ws Can II lie Doncf Yes Mr Robbins made a failure lIe tried to do two things ai once Hows that lie tried to love n woman and be married to her at the same time Harlem Life Part of Uie Joy Be What moles you wear shoes that hurt your feet She Dear me If they didnt hurt me I wouldnt remember that they were new Chicago Record Their NRme is Legion Mr Singer You know the mosquito sings while he bores Miss Ringer Well there are others who bore while they sing Yonkers Statesman Brutal Man Your wife has a very sensitive clinging disposition Clinging Vell Its rather more like what you might call grasping Chicago Record Matrimonial Clouds Oletlraer Family troubles eh1 Dont your wife trust yout Newlpl a1IY yes But dan It ie butcher wont Puck BRAVE JEll FALL Vlfllnu lo iloinach liter and klilnry tiooblta a well women an11 frd the rwulla In losa ul blood backache nrrroui mis 111JoollOOnlnlhe lUtlm run down feel trig ltt lb ti no jeI to feel hike that LIleD to J W liardnrr 1laYllletod lie laJo hlfc trio mller a re a luau whir 111 till down and dont cars wbrlhtr he live or Idle It did tore to u new itrengtn ant- good spptUelban anything I cool i tale lean imw et lId love a new true on Ilto BOrfiilaalFrnnya Drug Store Every lot tie guaranteed Dr S W Spear the oldest minister In too Kentucky Methodist Conference died al NIchblaaylHe 1j Trains every IOtrelnicvrywtdt4ay 4 traloa w un4ayI 0 CHIOIGO j 51tepinR rlllrlor Car and Cafe Dining Cars i I Southern Mutual Investment OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 Pail in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus Have Seen Sample of New Endowment Bond If not write the home office for literature or call our nearett agent for explanation of its term anti condition Some of Its Strong Points 1 It returns fI50 and lire per cent Interest for the average time for each dolls paid in Stock taken now will all be matured eighteen twenty four with a large part redeemed in a much shorter It mature J In consecutive order conietiucntly all cement of chtinve eliminated Now is the Time to Subscribe The looner yOU the sooner will your coupons begin rontuto For further information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky jtry1Tl tarT ECr1Gr- id1 1H 113 tEAlS I S H IN Ol 3 juJ I in Jit Invo a rttijP r Ttia arn3ag1lI Offer IMt FranijnN iI IS Ij J 1EYENiNG BY MAIL ONLY Tiu only tiihiat n ImpirtI tJjlIy li lt Souti Ibo 11 rr 0 l Oiy lU1tf1 51- hc1 Trnit 5125 j fl tU 2OJ iE1 TwIe JTIJJ Aloitlu JOlf1 TH EVM iIST Irti LttIviIk d t rrw I W W JOHN C PEPPLES acandidate totJailer of Lincoln euUt subject to tIe action the democratic par ty Your support Is solIci- tedsiiIaalFarIu For Sale A small farm iltuatcd on the Bianford Svuier tract jilke near Halls Up for tale lirnldenn and outbuildIngs fairly good ptatywatir W E UAMUS Sanfley Ky DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the ac tion the democratic party Ho solicits your support FINL FARM FOR SALE I itt W Logan aim ot acres of No Hanging Fork land la for silo iirlralflf It tiaa uK nlta spltmlld two brIck houw large tobacco barn good orchird and outs buildings Fifty lo no acres virgin aoll and beauti ful woodland watered and In respect a firstclam taint Loeitrdut Stanford t IIilledg- evlllelurnpikecuoenleflItOduOl on C S and U A N railroad It II a good home and a profit able investment JW PARKHILL M D HOMEOPATHIC mSICIAU Dr IlirUhlll has hud 20 years experience In the general practice offers his servIces to the public Btanford and vicinity Spwlal attention glrcn to chronic cares Office Court House over Ilenzluy Ilroa Livery Stable Office hours from I to 5 i u TOWN PROpeRTY FOil SALE I desIre to sell ttrUalrly lbS residence I now IIP1 on Cuton St The house li a new well built two lory Irate of ellot rovnif Jlultra style TIe iiround rlse over sci a of goo laud sllordlng patture for horse and eowa Flue cistern at door also hydrant water Cftltcl dralnag lend alablr servant room and other u ct uryouibulldlni Only two hundred yards from Main ford Ky Call on or aildreas MlII1I W VANUEVKEIt Stanford Ky Frutjlc Perkins the colored horse trainer brother exjockey Soup Porklnr was alot and Instantly killed This makes threo Negroes billet ID Lexington In a w- celiiiV f J FourFast TO Toledo DetroitAND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS uv m 4 tains wnkJay 3 tr lai on Sunliy- Iultman and Wnpner Sleepers on night train Ve llbulrti Parlor cart on day trains 1 T Co You a Our to on 2 from to months 3 is Is begin to 1113la Coiio Is of of all of of coia ala all St to A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary Lexington Ky JiJ ONLY 111 I ONE DOLLAR v Less lhannccitaya TilE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky fbo ireat Newspaper of the Blue Grass Tbs Most Ably Edited Pa pw la Ik Seato From Now Till December I Send Year Name til Your Money 41 I 1ONLY F 1J GUS McCORMACK Is n candidate for Ativuor of Ilncolncon ty aubject to tic action of tho dninocrat party GKO A EU11ANKSI- sn candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject lo tho action of tile democrat party JAMES T JONES III ncandldut for JLIIEr of Lincoln count pittyWai LANDGKAF Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln1 cou tYI subject to democratic action HALES II WRIGHT Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cou ty subject totho action of tho democrat party SHORTIIUUN BULLS I I lure two rrglilrrrd fouryear old ibortho bulls for lalfj Iwlh rca and nut lirmlm ami young itock of both tex itibjfct to rrnilti tfca will eeU cheap thtl la out of th bulls and soy Iheotlitra A31 FKIANH OLD MOCK WHISKY Georgo n Weatherford has a contract tc HJLI OONTKOI SALE of Od Mock WhI Uy In Huston No Kf H 0 MOOr Danville I- CyERDILLEHA DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERIOKJAnd Denier In Lithe Cement c o Write For PrIce POSTED I hereby the pulille that my and It rtrd ant that I 1II100rlllltno hl10unforlog of any kind on It puntled to the Pill extent onus law MI Wanted To Rent A good Farm containing from 150 to MO acres Address Auvrimstn Lixncns tel Ky POSTEDIheraby warn all persons ruin trwpaaalngon toy farm for any purnoMiwhalimVMl Krlr rKy I also warn noufroiu trri i on my firm ou luck Creek for any wbauier KURD KVLU Utleubf Im Ky FARM FOR SALE Contains tl acres and U In n njiloudl lath of cultivation On llio Illnok pike 3 miles from lliutouvllle and lf from Slow land liason It it itwilllnpcf live room and good trniint lioum tHnMoj nocouur outbuilding gplendtd orchard good wo and two springs Terms easy WIIWHiailT lluttonvlllc ICy LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEHLERS- Milledgeville Ky We will have last of this mnnth 12 Good Short Yearling Cutti for sale LUTE CO W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Tooth Extracted Without Pain Wlth VtUlltrd Air PhysIcIan ID attend auce Office In the New Thompson tluIMIng 0 PRUITTBROSMOltELANl rdE ICE3 Furniture Undvrtaklnfr Ooodt and Liver r TelescopeIronla chain frames Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror I tncnNtcrT t Kentuckyr Newly furnished clean bed iplend table Everything firetcUw Porte re meet all trains 89 3 T BUTTON Undertaker Qoitonville Kentucky Ufierahlaaervlcnui lbs people ofWaat IJ tool and Casey conntlra Knll stock olOofflnaaad Call laalwayion bau- dDdcazpnIsrManijr I To Sell FarmsYou want to drop an sleet Ihemvnl In the best mountali unw iioKr whlcb la the Somerset Journal Two Inches one month for II In advance F J CAMFDKU Manager Somerset Kr FRITH HOTELF FBAKC1SCO PreprJeter AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Slieu hotel In 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