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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e v 1I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNftt t ISSUED EMERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 1 A YEAR ft I VOLXXVI1L i YI f j i STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 19 1900 9 A JlI Ie NO 66 tIoIf 110 n u u J i LIVINGSTON John AtulllDi L Co have opened u fiirtiluro gtoro hero Mr J J Clancy has takon charge of tho Walton hotel John Farmer has resumed builncs In the Popo building Ben Routbn and Guorgo Logan Imvo arrived to repair tbo turntable which brokeD McKloney U building a two tory bUll lien house adjoining hl bar bor Iboll- J41ttlu Hankln tbo 10montuola child of Mtvaod Mr Frazier died ol bronchial pneumonia Tbq millinery opening of Ashlock ft Hlnebarl was largely ntlobded Mra R bat just returned from the city with a largo and fine assortment of Stood Tho Ladles of the Maocabcc will give a box supper on the night of the 23rd Everybody Invited to como nnd bring a box which the ladles will glad ly accept W D Newland and wife of Crab Orchard havo been vUlllng JC Kino hart and family Sam Mason and wife bare returned from Richmond where they havo boon on a visit to homo folks Mrs D S McKlnney and children have returned from a visit to Stanford Mttt Mlnnlo Hrowu ol KlogtvlUc le vliltlnu Mu D S McKinney Mrs Jerome Adams U quite sick of typhoid fever Robert Burns has just returned from a visit to relative In Lexington Mr adMrs U C W do bavo mood to hi property which ho lately pur cfcuttil of John Mullln Ire Dave Grifflo led children are visiting her iMcr hire Sara Owens In Lebanon Junction Miss Luna Herrln le visit log her sister at Drodhcod s 0 r MATRIMONIAL John Rnyborn a widower of 08 was marrltd at Dupont Mich to MUs Cora Soweri 16- AHboulb married but seven year Mr II M Smith of Marnl Home Minn U tbo mother of 10 children John M Holmes and MIiA Lula MI Burge were married at thocourihouic yeilcrday by Judgo James P Bailey Miss Mary Eun the lovable daugh ter of Mr A C Carman of this count and A J Rice wore married Wed ncidav at Hurrodsburg ML Nellie Murphy accompanied them The groom le a ton ol Mrs S E Rico and a One young man lion Charles Chaunccy Bagby and MUi Alberta Susan Newlln will bo married Wednesday morning Oct 24tb at 11 oclock at Trinity Episcopal church No cards This news will bo received with unbounded pleasure by tbo friends of both Mr Bigby and tbo splendid young woman who is to be hit blidonanvlllo Advocate KINGSVILLE Mr ltdward W Urulghton and Miss Eleanor J Johnson wero married on tbo 17th Mrs Stella McCarty U bask from Clcclnndll with an alegdnl line of pll finery MIM Gertrude Pennybaokor Is visiting relatives In LOll Mm W R Cundlir continues but Is little bettor ut this wrlllng her moth er Mr J A Wright U with her Arnold Bargain trayullpg pAiftiger a Qntfor tljoyolon Pjlfio has bgpn hare tya5era dnyatb iplnllu Mr Colllittftid family hate removed loliy Ridge their former horns Miss Ellie Webb ol liurnildu is the guest of relatives bore aqhltuuless lourJIINIOJ 8f 11lti thorlihl 1ItJJ eml alt lalmis Irtln Balwi Try It For inle by Crnlg Iookb 1tugistal r CRAB ORCHARD bettarf6v months Tho children ol Miss Kato Uay School httlttflilto a nice chestnut hunt a few dayeago Rev Baker from Bardttown Is hold Ing a very lotcreitlog irieetlng at the Bipllsi church The furniture from Green Briar Spring tat being baulcd to the Ramsey itoro room where It wlHTalcr bo told il auction Politics Is waxing warm In Crab Or chard and usual both fides are sure of victory I judge from thu drunken men aeon at large Tho people In Crab Orchard aro cith er very kind to widows nod they all move here or the climate It fatal to the monland they die and leave widows here There are note1 widows In the town all doing well Mlu Ora WUraoro of Ncbolaivlllc and Mr Gcorgo Bobon of Harrods burg visited Mrs F W Dillion Saturday and Sunday Miss Locklb Dlllton It visiting her sister Mrs Jae Pugb at Plttsburg Sam Scouof Somerset le making frequent trips to Crab Orcb ard to see a pretty widow Mr and Mrs Joseph Mlnary of St Louts aro guests of Mr and Mrs J J Brook Dr and Mrs J D1ettus bavo gone to LouUvlllo to visit their daughter and attend tbo grand lodge ol Masons Will Brooke is at home for the election Mlti Maud Carter Is a guest at Cbarlci Redd Jr Miss LUzIo Bcazloy hits returned from a summers vIsit to Oklahoma City and Kansas THE LAST GREAT SUMMER EX criisiox Only f2 roundtrip to Cincinnati Great Friday night rulo Via Queen Crescent route Special train leaves Uarrlman June ton at 1125 11fY- IIIDAY OCT 20TH These tickets arc rood on this train only returning good untllrcgular train leaving Cincinnati 8 I1 M Sunday Oct 2Sth which will top at all polntu be tween Uurrlman Junction and George town for returning excursionists Ili the last chance for a low rato this tea son Tho attractions at Cincinnati clude tho Zoological Gardens now Im purtatlun of animals just received from Hugunbackn famous collection Fort Thomas ono of tho finest military 1Ot to the United States now occu pied by ihoad Infantry Eden Park now In beautiful autumn deos the url museum hilltops etc etc Ak ticket agents for further particulars W J Murphy general manager W O Ulnuanon genural passenger ngqjit Clnulnnuti WBSTKUN RATES RKUUCKU Great ly reduced oneway and roundtrip tec fromICbioagoway to points In Miunoaotti North Da kola Montana Idaho Oregon Wash and British Columbluouohjuev lay drlulPctOberlLaNOmber For- CtJlIiilm10rmatloft 11 of nearest ticket agent oruddrts JIIlIoll C Pond Gonl Pass Agt Milwaukee Wi r A JHiaH7lJi 8LUKEER Will nutwTk k rrib hum tfcilU Cut RrItrtr IJiKUr lf Atilvc for ht In lit- etiI the heel It r wta1artl1wlijbituaplea all S m irui luui lloor Ile Cure en ftrlli UaIraho tre aarmteed Mil At I1lattytDrug store r A f1rolsR cg 1- YO7Ab J r ns er Absolutely Pure Makes hot breakfastbreads wholesomeno yeast germs no alum Makes cake biscuit and pastry of superior fineness flavor and deli cacy Makes food that will keep moist and sweet Is most economical because it is the purest and greatest in leavening strength In the easj expeditious preparation of the liner cakes and pastries Royal is indispensableC- are must be taken to avoid baking powders made from alums Such powders ate sold cheap because i v they cost but a few cents per pound Not only will they spoil the cake but It a corro live acid which taken In food mean Injury to health HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM 8Tv NEW YORK t s ti GOV DHADLEY ON IMPERIAL ISM v makJba e policy of the administration than this delivered by Gov Bradley at tbe Lex- Ington Cbautauqua in July 1898 Call hie attention to It at Danvlllo If he trios now to approve and endorse Mc KInleys Indefensible course Wo should like to publish It In full did our space permit It but In tome of Its utterances wo find so much true democracy that we must quote them Among other thing Gov Llrudley says Wo should not In the midst of our triumphs however significant be over come with the glamor of conquest or an Inordinate desire for the acquisi tion of territory Monarchies and em pyres may and will engage in war to bring other countries into subjugation in order to fill their coffers and add to their territory These arc but the nat ural outgrowth of their antecedents and teachings A republic founded on the bedrock of liberty with the decla ration that all men are born free and equal and that governments derive their pat powers from tbo content of tbo governed can not engage in tbe conquest of other lands The acquisition of foreign territory meant tho formation of standing ar mice In evory country so acquired and the building of a navy that will hold them In subjugation It mean taxa Lion a strongly centralized govern mint and tbe opportunity yea tbo probability measuring arms with the combined nations of the world It means troublesome entanglements and complications In short It means turn- Ing of a peace loving people wbo should be satUSed with their Immense power and possession Into an agprcs lvu and war waglnf people e All this talk about manifest desti fly while It may be plc sing to tbe car of aggrandizement and the demon of avarice is tbe same that Inspired the rulora of tbe Iloinan Empire and that hat marked the history of Spain One of thcie countries has sunk Into obliv lonls magnificent temples ID hab ited by bats and owls the other atop by step has grown weaker until aiI t lough once the mightiest in the world b u lost nearly all of Its possessions a id is now struggling totavo the mall remnant that rcrawlns Sooner or later this mutt bo tbe fate of all nation that live by the sword The acquisi tion of ono picco of territory begets a desire for another and in the end an effort to take by force tbat which just Ir belongs to others will lead to the loss of all wo have During Its existence this government has opposed tbe extension of foreign territory In this hemisphere Time and aaln that doctrluo has been enforced And while wo have to long applied and practiced thin doctrine it appdarsglar Ingly Inconsistent that we sbould now Insist on acquiring territory abroad We would not be unlike the father who punished his eon for gambling and then eat down and played his band out- Let each one of us today under this flag toke anew the oath of loyalty too lr country us It Is and as it sbould b- eLt there be contentment with what wa have rather than a desire to obtain wiiat we brAVo not Let ouch ono of us cultivate tbo soil f om which springs the tree of liberty with blood and tears If need be but always with patriotic Industry until its gooorous branches may extend so that the oppressed of every land may rest be leatll Us sbado and feel and know that the star shall float over their heads Let our flag be respected In every land on overy sea Lot the busy marti of trijdo und commerce swarm with liberty loving peopJo two know that PeacohaR no victories No los renowned Win rat Gat iify rgmeinbprj jmtrjotlo words of the father ofouK country as they obmo eqjiolnj OWblccolrhors of tuna and nut Is a re public of the people for the people tend by the people courting no strife but avoiding no conflict when honor Is asiallcd and America will continue to grow In power und wealth in Influence und grandeur until front the groat height It has won her people may look down upon the other nations of the world free front their strife free from their entanglements not tbo Ameri can Empire but still the American republic II Whoa Gov Bradley spoko these words on that beautiful July day his voice was that of a patriot and a lover hisiof the politician and tbo partisan Of which klndwill bo the voice of GoV Roosevelt today ThU U the para mount Issue ROBBED THE GRAVE A itiitllog Incident ofwblrh Mr John Oliver Ioyhimlion Myikln was almost yellow else muken tongue coated pain fOlllln J and slice dayfhreaphysicfriend try Ulttri soul to luy deddthroe wwck anti aui now a well man I know they sated tnr lire and robbed Ihe grate or another Oulytocs What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys io OhambRrlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets nit tho bill to a dot They are easy to tace and pleasant in efloct For etlrby Cndgc IIocker Druggists ML VERNON S W Prewltt hat opened u butcher shop Alex Ullton living on Brush Creek wediNdwelling for Sheriff Cutron near Level GreenLinemen will begin stringing wires on the Wlldie and Orlando lines from this placo Monday- A ton of J HOI el was badly Injured Saturday afternoon while attempting to board a moving freight train The various telephone companies bo longing to tbo K T A have issued a joint directory of 44 pages which has proven guild a convenience to patrons W S Cummins the Livingston mer chant and lumberman has purchased a half Interest in the London Manufact uring Cot plant and has taken charge as manager Our people are much gratified on ac count of the many conveniences afford ed by the bank of Mt Vernon recently cstabllshbd with S II Martin presi dent and W L Richards cashier The game of ball between Pine Hill and Ml Vernon Saturday last resulted in defeat for tbo latter A return game will bo played hero tomorrow when tome pretty playing U promised- J A Parrett a fine old gentleman of Jackson county was over to see his lon Neal Parrctt L S Adams has returned to Grays Mis Ida May Adam is visiting at Corbin Grays and other points In Southeastern Kentucky Mrs Rome Adams of Livingston Isse rlouily Tbo collegiate Institute le progressing nicely W H Pettus Is at the depot while the agent Is absent Alfred DryaD has bought Mist Mary Pease interest In the Store of Bryant k Co Brakeman E B Brown was here Wednesday Mre Cleo Browns millinery stock Is nicely local ed In the brick hotel Tho advocates of turnpikes have things in their hands If they will but push It It is necessary to Inform the voters on the subject and have them vote U Is a good thing but it requires pushing The writer suggests that a meeting be held for tbo purpose of organizing and going at the work in a business like way by appointing com mittees for the various precincts whose duties will be to explain the proposition and bring out the vote No one who Is for the Interest and upbuilding of tho county can conscientiously cast his ballot against this move for the betterment of Rockcastle John H Williams who Is book keep er for u large packing establishment East St tools is here visiting the fam ily of his father D N Williams Dr Scott of Somerset and Miss Katie James of Crab Orchard wero married in the parlor of the Miller Hotel here Monday morning Legislator B J Be thurum came In from Frankfort Sunday J N Brown James Landram Willis Griffin and U G Baker attend ed the Masonic grand lodge meeting Louisville Wm Nicely has returned from a trip to Knoxvllle Millard West was hero Tcesday from Lancaster It is now Papa Charlie Davis Its a girl Will Kruger bus returned after a six months sojourn at Hyden whore ho superintended the construction of the courthouse and other buildings Fritz Krueger Is In Manchester Mrs May- Rider was hero from Upon on a visit to relatives Judge R G Williams was In Btroa Richmond and Louisville this wok Tburo are no trustsMark nan nar A trust Is a good thing1 Theodora Roosevelt ponstblefurGagu The republican party alono is com patent to handle thq trust question Eighttenths of tho bustnoas of this cquhinj Is Hone by r tl Any legislation against corporations would throw clghttuntha of the skilled labor out of employment Senator Chaun cey MDepew- The republican party qua evidently bandied tbo trusts In a most elllclent and satisfactory manner during the peat few weeks as is evidenced by thu corruption fund which Murk Ilanna succeeded In raising Asu handler Mr llansa must bo awarded the gold medal His success in handling Is considered the best evidence of the truth of Gov Roosovelts assertion that good trusts are good things and the trusts have been real good things for tbo republican party Goy Joseph D Sayors of Texas said in Now York Tho horror of Galves ton has been in no way overestimated The moat conservative now put the loss of Ufa nt 0000 and tho estimates run all the way frpra this minimum to a maximum of 12000 The truth will never bo known for beyond question hundreds wero swept away and their bodies sank The property loss Is In tbo millions In the tens of millions Indeed A great part of the city was dastroye and It was all damaged U+THAT TlinOBBIHG Would quickly Icete oulrHEtlDAOHEINew Life llne Tbouiand rt Ihelr Theyl werlt Ilecdwbn nuke ute beillh rosy la take cuedodi POLITICAL IIon Tom Taggart of Indiana and i former Senator David B Hill of Now York say Indiana Is certain to go Nr Bryan There aro 33 democratic clubs In Louisville and all of them have a largo membership They are composed of workers for democratic success After finding It could do nothing tho House voted to adjouru but the Senate practically killed the resolution by re tarring Ifto the committee on suffrages and elections Hon William L Wilson president of Washington and Lee University former postmaster general and once a democratic loader in Congress died suddenly at Lexington Va Attorney General Brecklnrldgo filed In the court of appeals a motion for the removal from office of County Clerk Claude Cblnn of Fttyelto whoso ac counts were several thousands of dollars short Harrel the renegade democrat was skinned to a turn at the Senate session Wednesday by Senator Geo T Farris It being shown that Barrels attitude toward election legislation was for the solo purpose of getting his revenge on Gov Bcckham J Dummitt of Mlddlesboro con victed ol having prevented a number of Negro voters from exercising the ejective franchise by paying them 5 apiece at the last November election was sentenced to 30 days In the county Jail and to pay a fine of 31000 Investment companies are being squeezed for republican campaign funds under threats ol the issue of fraud orders against them by the post oOlce department They arc urged to pay 8150 to 9200 each in consideration of tbo fact that such orders are held upSomebody exploded a bomb while John D Whlto was speaking at Rich mond but he only paused to remark that such was an evidence of tbo law less spirit and Intolerance abroad in Kentucky that leads to assassination and masquerades under tho guise of civil liberty An lmmcn e crowd estimated at 7 000 was at Kuttawa to hear Gov Beck ham and EJtGov McCrcary speak Tho crowd was wildly enthusiastic and a parade a mile long preceded the speaking At nlgbl they spoke to an enthusiastic crowd of more than 1000 people at Princeton Senator John Sherman exeecrotary ot State Is dangerously ill at Washington The attack has taken the form of a general collapse In part duo to the general debility Incident to old age and the effects of tho illness which be suffered while on a trip to the West Indies iwojears ago His relatives have been summoned Ho never fully recovered from that Illness What strange bed fellows politics do make even stranger than necessity WilliamIsimu platform Shades of 1801 return and tell us who was sincere Who then represented the unspotted order of Civil Liberty Echo answers Who Lexington Democrat Al Falmouth Gov McCrearv roasted Rough Rider Roosevelt to a turn for saying In his speech at Louisville that the democratic candidate for president como to Kentucky for tbo purpose of in dorsing fraud and to champion the cause of the party which had seated a man us governor who bad been illegally elected nnd declared that no oandl date for vice president of any party has evoiboen gutltjr of euoh conduct and discourtesy to a candidate for pr- esidentTue remarkable demonstration to Bryan at Now York menus something Next to that given Dewey whoa bo was the hero of the hour it was the largest In numbers amid the most ex cltlj20nNow York It was tbo enemy d couoI try It U no longer so but tho home TbOIljandmed to hear him and at the of him women waived their bonnets men their hats and cheered until thoI were exhausted Tbosceno was Inspiring and tbo enthusiasm at white beat When JudgeJame D Black was Lexington Wednesday the Leader In ak fako Interview with him said Judge black does not approve of tbo tactics adopted by Senator Blackburn and Jus Andrew Scott in attacking Mr Yorkcs and said this morning that a gentleman of the high character that Mr Yerkca possesses could stand such attacks from Blackburn and Scott but the utter ances were doing great harm to the democratic party and unless a halt was called upon these gentlemen It would bo useless to continuo the campaign where dally many ol the best citizens of Kentucky wore deserting the demo crats because of such uncalled for abuses ills attention being called to the matter Judgo Black announced In the most unequivocal manner that bo never expressed and did not entertain such sentiments In other words the Leader had manufactured a Ho ode of wbolo cloth John Seamy treasurer of the Calves ton relief fund acknowledges receipt of a total of I107G39918 for the suffer ere MONETWont buy Clothing ready to wear that fits better looks betteror suits the ordinary purse better than the Fall Line we are now reAdy to show TOP COATS are seasonable W have themi t i tif r lJrIT PAS TO TRADE ATa D1E GLOBE Merchant Tailoring Chaii ig Pressing and Rourlog Your money bac i If youre not tatlifleJ Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co NEW SHOES+e j I The Buell Bootes the Forward n tutee the Uosker Bootee New Shoes For Ladies 1t Black Tan and Patent Leather Cnil Jrens Shoss of all kin if School Shoes dew Underwear Dre Goods Ladies Clunks Slens Boys and Childrens Clolhrg Dirpetsacd Mattings and everything In Groc- eriesJAMES FRYE Hustonville Kyt Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reasonable Craig Hooker Stanford RrieSOltii Ni itA ACSNEICONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KBNTTJOSY g I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect s tisfactioras to workmanship as attested by any one of the many parties for yearsgthato a SBlituls Metal RoofiiiRi Rough land Dressed qLumbcr Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered 1IJ aw00tC 46USQQLg r FESFj SUPPLY Always on hand- y Give it a trial c BBDIBB ale Farris fttib If You Should Get Sick Send your Prescription to Pennys Drug Store f StanfordKy i t 0 We use only the best medicines rij f tra 1 fn i EINTERIORJOURNAL AJlfORD KYf OCT lp 1900 W p WALTON flEMOCRfTICrTICKET- t Per P i tdtI r t JILrI1Jt JENINGS nnl Y Of NCiJlia1j YeePreetdentaDLIl A J QI INilloi f or fltIUOi1i frJ C W ltl Or tl it1ltitJt For C9itfysat GEORGE a GILBERT rOf clby1J ICHANGE OF OWNERS 1 C Walt Itotfliis Edito v ami PrtprltttrV- 4WItni this IS6 eorthe INTERIOR JOURNAL my proprietary tnteresi Ceases baying sold It good will uo Lcounts and everything to brother PIMr E C Walton who has been rnj Falthful and Indefatigable assistant for 10 years He is too well and favorably known to our patrons to need any com Btcndatlon He has been the lire of the paper and contributed to Its icatorlaj Interest as no other man could Under lila direction it will continue to Ight I t uptodnte In news and comment and more than maintain tho bliSour patronage gence and I guarantee It will be to your own advantage He will need all the money that IB due and in this con i section I would Impress upon all wto without exjpeoae To those who have stood by me p through evil aid through good report r or near v 20 years and have ncourog profoundlyI II tbem and the paper to which I have iglven the boet years of my life wi never cease I love the people of th Ij BlIvasliIf ifp tho INTERIOR JOURNAL will over le regarded with the alTectlon of a alter t it for his offspring WP WALTON tiei HARD Indeed must heart I is not moved to pity by the case ti Henry Youtsey All who have ever 1i felt the yearning solicitude of patcrnl ty must be stirred with deep emotion when they think of his agcdjatheia d the young wife faithful to hsr marrl ago vows supportloe4 him in the day o f ibis adversity furclebe cause fur tears The young man himself notwItbHtand Jag his horrible deed Is also worthy ol ivity Of good parentage and presume blywell reared it la bard to believe that uninfluenced he would have com Ii milted this crime Ills Is evidently a i plastic nature and he has met the fate ry nf Poor Dog Tray Unfortunately for ilm be wag thrown with vtlllans of the Mleopestdye The killing of Goebel af tfardcd Powers Fney sod Howard the sine pleasure that cornea to the hunter junglest thing thaths ever marred their nap ptncss Hardened and with seared con sciences if they have any at all the c two who have been tried hoard the recital of their hellish crime with the composition of Inoocence Itself and perjured themselves with graceful r caaeBut with poor Youtsey It is dif 1 erent The lashings of a guilty con science and the nightly visitations of the murdered mans ghost havo well nigh undone him The sight of the man to whop he has told the whole truth throws him Into paroxlsras and the ravings that follow show the famlllarl ty of the Bard of Avon with human nature How suggestive of Lady Mac beth are bill exclamations about the blood on his hands But while pity Is commendable we can not be controlled by It in the af falrsof life Puty takes precedence lUsprovided in WrU that whot cTeheddeth mans blood man shall his blood be shed and that provision has been copied in all the codes of civl- llzatlon and Its enforcement Is absolutely essential for the pre8Cation of society Whjlo Bryan andRoosevelt ure held tip to the youth of the land as examples Ail what young men may do by proper effort they should also be pointed to Youtsoy as the end to which the broad I goad leads Let them shun evil COin paotonef and remember above all things that the end never justifies Im proper means fWohavcberc likewise food for re heads The selection I pi the olllcera of government is the t t most important function that they aro ever called upon to discharge and in a 4 itetr days that duty will confront them r years the democratic party has fur i the stats Its ofliceM and they tale w Icr xr fir bowIsucccasrulI wandered away their greatest pride has been that they aro Kentuckians l For a short period those in charge were republicans and the distinguishing feature of their administration as i shown by the Youlsey trial was the formation of a conspiracy to commit j assassination tho conspirators being j State offlccrr including tho chief cxc cutive himself The State is now a stench in the nostrils of civilization and every KentuckIan whether at homo or abroad hangs his head In shameChoosee this day whom YOU will r have to serve you and If you love your State and stand for law and order against assassination and all forma or lawlcfsnefs that choice will be the nominee of the democratic party tI TOLD you that Youteey had told me enough to make him of great bens lit to the Commonwealth In the prose cution of Taylor These were the words which were wrung from Attor ney RW Nelson one of Henry E Youtseys counsel when be took the witness stand in behalf of bin client No wonder Taylor tied and no wonder ho keeps his cowardly carcass under the protection of a perjured governor of another State Elect Yerkes and ho will come tramping home with a par don in his pocket to bo n hero among heroes Vote for Beckham which will be a guarantee that assassins and nil other criminals will be forced to salter the punishment meted out to them AMONG the myriads of questions be Ing asked we observe one propounded to Bryan asking if be is in favor of counting the vote of North Carolina whose constitution like that of Massa chueetts disfranchises the Illiterate voter This a straw that indicates the brewing of a hurricane In case of re publican defeat which now seems ab solutely certain as any future event can be the republicans will doubtless un dertake to repeat their outrageous con duct of 1376 when the presidency was stolen horn Samuel J Tilden A clvl war was narrowly averted at that time and under no state of case will the peo pie tolerate a repetition of the most disgraceful episode in our history tHON G G GIUJKIIT has made the representativemCongress of an endorsement by reelection It would be a calamity If peradventure such a man as Dr Williams should be elected as he Is thoroughly untitled both by habits and training to fill a seat In Congress Fortunately little danger of such result Is feared but the still hunt Is sometimes the most effect ive and it will be well for the demo crats to take nothing for granted but give Mr Gilbert such a majority as snail put an end to republican aeplra tlona In this district IT was Senator Hoar a rockribbed republican who said that perseverance In the administration Philippine policy would spark the beginning of the downfall of thla republic The remark was made some time ago but the Sena tor has not recanted He spoke the truth and truth Is mighty and will pre vail The election of McKlnley will illsftor Hoar predicts On the ether hood the election of Bryan will mean that we ara to have a return to established principles and constitutional methods rTHOSE Texans are worrying the re publicans terribly over the requisition for the Standard Oil magnates After Roosevelt declined to act on It on the ground that be could not legally do so while absent from the State they went on to Albany and presented the to the acting governor who matterI ImportBntjthat until the return of the regular govern IlfItan lish millionaire gives to big two daughters a fortune on condition that they attain the age of 35 years without mar rying either a Hebrew or a citizen of the United States If American mil lionaires In making testamentary pro- vIsion for their daughters would couple with the devises a coodltior that they are not tb marry any of the broken down aristocracy of Europe they would contribute morb to their welfare and happiness than tnoaey possibly can TILE court of appeals decides against John Henry Wilson lu his contention for the Judgeship In the London dis trlct It will be remembered that claimed that It was the proper time beI elect a successor to Judge Clark ceased and had O0 odd of his friends to vote for him by pasting his name on the ballot We are sorry Mr Wilson loses out Ho Is a good man and has made the republicans fqulrm A REPUIUICAN orator commenting Ion the fact that Bryan bad quoted ap provingly an utterance of Lincoln made 35 years ago says that ho will agree with McKinley also 35 years hence Possibly but It will require that much time of persistent short and a gretitdeal of sophistry to cause anyone to approve McKlnleys views and actions they are so Indefensible changeable and contrlldlctoryI Till fact that the republican party has no uso for the Negro except to vote him received fresh proof In the Yout sey trial Taylor their leader wasnt even willing for one of that race to have the honor of killing Goebel Tho Senate voted down the House esolutlon to adjourn and all hope of the Legislature making any change lq at1aw e 1 THE YOUTSEY TRIAL After Arthur Goebol bad given his damaging testimony In the Youtse case and Wharton Golden and W U Culton had added to the strong case against hIm the prosecution rested and the defense stated Its case which was a denial of guilt and a promise to prove that Arthur Goebel perjured himself Nelson one or Youtseys counsel went on tho stand to prove it but was handled so unmercifully on crosa examination by Col Campbell that ho did his client great harm As a final thrust Campbell asked him if beNeleon did not sayln the conversation detailed by Goobcl that Youtsoy had told enough to hang Taylor I refute to answer that question as a counsel In the case II was his response thus admitting Its truth Judge Cantrlll declined to mak him answer Mr Nelson acknowledged having favored an agreement on the part or Youtscy with the prosecution The defense concluded Its case Wednesday with the exception of one witness whom It promised to have in court yesterday Jim Howard testified that ho did not know Youtsey W S Toy lors deposition was not read C W Short of Ptnevlllc a brotherInlaw of Judge Yost admitted that there was a republican plot to kill off the demo crate In thu Legislature William Aj ere also of Plnevllle testified that Short told him that Bradley and Yost were to start the trouble by Insulting Kohn and Phelps the attorneys for the democrats before the contest commit tee but the scheme failed because the democratic lawyers kept silent The jury has been Instructed and the lawyers are speaking in the case A verdict of death is almost certain un less the jury Is moved to compassion by the eight of the helpless creature who lies apparently unconscious before them NEWS NOTES Floridas orange crop is estimated at 1000000 boxes Philip Borders a Hardin county farmer committed suicide bv hang ingW C MrChord of Springfield wa s elected grand master of the Kentucky Masons Mrs Daisy Royall and child were kilted In a runaway In the suburbs t f ChattanoogaMrs Looper of Clinton county gave birth to triplets All were girls Ono has died- Thomas Christian was held without ball at Lexington to answer for killiri Frank Perkins Frastus Warfield who attempted to criminally assault Mrs Kenlok In Todd county was strung up by a mob Thomas McDcrmott night engineer was crushed to death In the elevator or the Columbia building Louisville Walter Townsend was run down On the Bcargra8 Creek trestle and killed by an L S N train his head being al most knocked off Maj Tbos F Lane Senator Black burns EonlnIuw committed suicide litIcause A detachment of 20 men engaged In repairing telegraph wires in Luzon was surprised by Filipinos and only seven escaped capture Three American scouts were killed Major Gen Nelson A Mlles com manderinchlef of the United States army and Lt Col H fl Whitney a member of his staff arc guests of the Louisville Horse Show At Fresno Cal the Kohler Frob ling Winery was entirely destroyed by fire Over 250000 gallons of port wine were stored In the structure The act ual loss Is between 3100000 and 8I25 000 The great strike In the anthracite coal region la practically ended repre tentative of the Reading and Lehlgb Valley Coal Companies having agreed- to accede to the demands made by the nlnerb1 convention at Scranton The prohibitionists of Douglas county Kansas nominated a ticket and left their nomination papers with a lawyer- to be flied but he got drunk and re malned In toat condition until the tlae for filing had elapsed consequently theywere knocked out in the first round by their ancient enemy If anybody had a lingering doubt that Taylor was In the plot to assassinate Mr Goebel the confession of Youtsey- to Arthur Goebel which be detailed- at the Georgetown trial will remove It unless be is of the kind spoken of in Scripture that wouldnt believe though ono rose from the dead No wonder the craven surrounded himself with feud lets and partisan soldiers and then skipped to Indiana when be gut to the end of his row Lot us hope that he- will soon be at the end of his rope IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Smith was appointed postmaster atClatt Knox county vice W Perkins resigned A son of Pleas Hall residing near Greenwood who had been mlsslngelace Sunday afternoon was found at tte base of a 100foot cllll Wednesday still lire but unconscious It Is riot known yet whether It was an accident or an attempt at murder A rich find of copper oro has teen discovered on the farms of George Million William Foster B B Million and S A Deatherage lying near Million Station Madison county The matter has been kept secret for some time but mineral experta havo Investigated the- ore recently and pronounced It gen ulne A stock company will be organized to develop the find Seaator actJ1ValpeYf Texas will deliver two or three speeches In Kentucky In the Interest of the demo cratio campaign Lamp Girl 200 ta the fastest ir- rjlpMUttl sinew Clothing Wo always have tho bes Our Fall and Winter Suits for dressy young men notonly rival tailormade goods but In many instances are superior for this reason that they possess the t astern finish and the popular broad shoulder effect We have a big UUP of Boys Knee Pant Suits In single and double breasted Also n fine line of Vested Suits for Children from 4 to 3 Boys Knee Puts only IPc Mens black and gray Cheviot Pants GSc 10 dozen all wool Doeskin Jeans Pants worth f 25 special price 70c 12 dozen Pants bought lit 60c onlworth f2 and f2 50 will be sold at ft25 Dress Goods First opening of Fall Dress 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 Tic to 25c per yard All wool Dress Goods small plaid blue gjeeti and brown 25c quality only 18cTailor Made Dress Skirts This is one Department in which wo are particularly we lflxcd They ate all new SkIM made of fashionable material and ranging in pricejrom 88c to COi Tho Kentucky Masonic Grand Lodge has decided to build a Masonic Temple In Louisville at a cost of 100000 Boraima won 911130 this year at d her owner gave dTGOO of Ito chirUv G W Lyne the Nlcholasxllle ate ttoneer will taste the lecture platfot m next year HU subject will beKer lucky Style The case of the United States against Harry weaver accused of keeping Negroes away from the polls lu the NC vembcr 1808 congressional election was continued Indelloitely In the Unit ed States court at Louisville on mo tion of the prosecution a confession that there Is nothing In the charge Jf IF HAINES a candidate for the nomluatlcm of Julie IIs Lincoln county subject to the action or Democratic potty NOTICE All portions knovrln themselves Indebted to the estate of II M Powell will please come forward and nettle nt once T LKAVRLL Adm H Iowell Gilberts Cr- eekWANTED A competent stenographer desire to teach a clues of ahortlinnd pupils Address D Ole Sixth Ave- Louisville Ky FARMERSOf Lincoln IloTle and iarrard counties who lure baled hay for sale will fled It to their Interest to writ quantljr qu IItv and pile O U C ceamt stalk n to Lock tins 219 Stanford Ky Immediately FINE FARM FOR SALE Ur P W Logana faim of IM acres of No Hanging Fork land Is for isle privately It has upon It a splendid two story brick house large orchard ash necesairy out bulldlogCtIO acres virgin soil and beaut tut woodland Finely watere l aed In all respects flnt claufirm Iucatalon StOION t Milledge vlllt turnpike convenient to depots on C and L tN railroads It II a good home and a profitable Investment Poultry And Eggs WANTED I will pay top market price cash for them and also Hldcg Wool Feathers dc- l n DAVIS PUBLIC SALE 01 DESIRABLE FARM fAswill of 6rs Ikrtha A Murtla ducd will on Saturday Oct aotliiQoo Aleut the hour of 3 r v at the reilclcnco on the premise offer at public auction to the highest bidder the farm of About 100 Acros OF Land In Lincoln county Ky wlilch Mrs Martin owned at her death The farm la situated about a mlle south of Stanford and adjoins the Halos Well tract and the lands of AJ Daughertee and otliers Tho dwelling house out building nra comfortable and In good TERMS One third crib tho remainder In lx and 12 month with Interest tram date 1osee lontoreoeding purposes civ uh forthwjtlunnd tuIl1I01i8flllllooglVen Jan let nut TUI6 JrWALOQRNExor r n4 t tll f9rdICYhO h8 La rll t a r rnTheBIG Louisville StoreLust week was a distinguished success Our house was crowded with appreciative visitors wh6were profuse in their expressions of plcasuo and gratiftcnUou over the dis play of new goods Our array of Falltold V inter mer chandise is one of unusual trpngth Variety and Low Prices Our constant aim in selling is how low can we sell not how much Coil we make The result is that our overgrow ing business is always in the lend This lint is a felt lon with stitched brim polka dot folded sateen band cornea in pcarlroyalbrown and cardinal A big line of readymade Wrappers at prices that suit all Fancy knit Skirts 5Cc quality only 39c Fancy Under Skirts SI quality onv eye Black Sateen Under Skirt worth II 23 our price 70c All wool Flannel Skirt Pat 49c Our Outing and School lint Is made of line quality of Imported Persian Felt and comes In jttil blue brown and red Trimmed Hull Salors Walking Hats shapes11egoods all wool Shirt Waist GSc TWO FARMS FOR SALE lUniif deddal to hDteni venllon 1will Sell Irlritelrmjr firm on which I Iles a of a mile torn Crab Oirlu d Ky ThU rang It ant riverbottomleisure to u11 Upland and wrl UtiirI to nlrn brkkdwellinglemmeUIbonteewith luenljr ol good fruit and an abqndanei ot stock wa rr nuke tits the Uf it dwindle Lana to countyAlmafrrnioratuqt lOOacrr nilln fool Crab Orcbanl KToal ncit nlrm occotllc the fa nioui Crab Urclurd Spring All In grass with a large stork hara and an almndanra ol water with ooe otbe flnwt building sites In the iifljlibor hood Ate a nice cottage In Punford Kr on Ijincai ttr Street wliti good 1lerDIInlolAI altacbel for urtht part lrulara on U II NItINAt nI1Crablmhard- KyGREENBRIER SPRINGS FOR SALE will sell at public isle on MondayNotomber5th00Atlheaourl oclock DUuUlliennrnnrlstNpdnpimr rty lUmllra from Crab Orebard cons abou- tr2acreeofladwith all tb hotel building tacard cotltgM itablca and otter ImproTeuitnti Tbe place hu taaicolAccnt ebaljbeat and mugoe ala l rlji and exiiihlte acenrrj It lift not been- run u IUlllmr rnort lor some but liar been w 11cared for and la a allen pars fur a wlde awake man to hIkIIIOO- TKRNIoIlOlhlN caih balance In one and two yesraequalpa entawtlhsixper Clot Interval from due nnll paid tnd a lisa r tal oed upon the the property Fur lurlher Inlormatlon Irqulr ol J II Paxton Attorceyat Law or Cot J Chan der Crab Orchard or addreM the under signed at Vemilles K CHENAUIT Drs Slavin it PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Dtnrllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuoadayt Thursdays and Sat urdaya- Ofiict In the Iennlngton llulldlng Stanford 01 Oct hours 9 to MJ 110 PM- OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by lit AT Sllll Of KlraTlIlK Mo depends on the principle of Anatomy sod rbjrslulogy fur Its re suits It no filth no drug no rubbing no surgical operations and claims bios super natureiteupatbyvlawsmcn ass bla bloe of ao many its I When all puts a re properly adjusted and not overworked health Is the result Seined the disease treated by us Nervous Irostrallon Headaches Neural Itbeumat sm Catarrh Weak ty Iranulated Lld lollre lieart Wver and Lung Dlaatca toustlpatlbn Iilea Vlall Hton Enlarged Inxliate all btom ach and troubles Disease of Hones ash Joints s CurvalurrlJlstocalloll Jlliu- llIrtflnconlloenc of trlue Locomolor Atar a specialty Consultation Free FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horse and Mules constantly on hand and For late at all time iV Logan Wood Manager COAL SALT I will have my coat bins completed Oct t and will keep on hand throe grades or the hest coal alao salt and I will sell o merchants wagon load at small mrgln Will continue to pay the LlRhMt rices II Staves Heading Oaodaahd Groceries at soak bottom prices Olvu me a trial and IwllUavo you money V PiJCINOi MOaawNDY r7 + Ladies and Gents- Underwear In this line we are better equipped than we have ever been at a price that will make them movu- LndlrsJCl1Iey ribbed catlong sleeve 15c Childrens end Mimes union suite worth 60c our prico only 25c pergarment persuitandboys Look Here I- Ourdollarstretching values which we have ii succeeded in collect ing for our patrons are the greatest bar gains ever given for fresh new goods- Domestics Yard wide Brown Cotton good quality only tin- Goal quality Bleach Cotton worth Ole our rice 6c 25 plccci Outing Cloth Co to lOc il It 20 now patternsof Drapery 7Jc to lOc 10 yards of fancy Calico to any customer at 3jc- lloadyraiilo sheets 03x90 Inches ready for use only 4Sc Comforts Blankets and Quilts at prices that cannot maft bed In Stanford We have opened up three cases of new Calico red blue gray black nod while Misses gesutese Dlaclt hose 0 to worth jOe sale price 6c- Liullea1 feamteta Mack Host only 5c Children Black or Tan Hose tells ov erywhere at lOc our price only Cc Mixes icatnlesi Black llccce lined hose loo quality our price only PC Misses mid Hoy double knee exlra heavy Ilreccd ribbed hose only 16c Musts extra heavy gray Socks 8c- Mens gray wool Sock S5o quality our price only Ilk Shoes J Ladles button patent lip coin toe r Shoe 2 to IOSc Ladle stock tip shoe heel or spring heel worth ISsale prlro f 143- I Jidies tine turned sole Shoes 1150 quality lalo price 1108 Our line of mens fine 13 Shoes li equal to any H lit o you wilt find In Stanford I OVERCOATSSUITS See our new Ofonl grew Imported Covert and Hearer Overcoats also new line of Suits in Oxford greys Fancy Cherlola and Worsteds Rarhn and regular style NOD iest Things Of The Season All InhlacltlSee Our StockBeforr you make your purchase We can save you money CUMMINS McCLARY S l Childrens Shoes I J 1 I r I have Just received one of the best selected slot ka of Misses and Children Shoes ever brought to thlend of the county aU being CUSTOM MADE GOODS ItSo limo mothers will find It to their interest to see our line before wak ing their fill pure bases Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction t W E PERKINS i Crab Orchard Ky w B WfiOBERTS TF DRUGGIST f Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Talent Medicines of almost ovary kind Beautiful line descriptionOfllctLon 1 1f3I Remember this paper is 1 per year CASH otherwise 20 tis DANVILLE KYolL if Special Sale of fine Dress Goods Wo have now on sale n special lot of line all wool dross goods at lower prices than such goods were ever offered anywhere Some of them are just one third of their valve Wo recommend these strongly for skirts and for childrens clothes 15c PER YARD 100 Yards of 80 inch wool Plaid in dark rich winter colorings 25c PER YARD 125 yards of strictly allwool Homespun Plaids in grey rind blue mixtures au inches wide educed froin fiDe a yd 49c PER YARD Twenty pieces of assorted Dress Goods which have been selling at 1 to S175 pet yard In this lot are genuine Scotch mixture plain lark Cheviots Block plaid Serges and line allwool plaids in Tartan and French styles nil 45 to 50 inches wide BLACK DRESS GOODS We have almost every desirable weave in black goods t Nothing in the lot except allwool and silk mixed Prices range from 50c to 3 We are always ready to show goods and prices against any samples you have DRESS TRIMMINGS VQ are showing an unusually line line of new dress trim mings Cluny and Arabian lace bands and Allovers Tai folas embroidered in Meflno gold thread Panne velvet- and Talleta appliqueon gold cloth back und outlined with gold thread These come in both white and black Lace and applique collars and rovers in while blaek arid ennui MILLINERY We have made aVit with our New York hats In style old quality they are jar ahead of any Hue ever shown in this section Wo have the Knox agency and also the i agency for Phipps tC Atchison renowned walking hats These two concerns set the styles for this country and you will find that their shapes will always be good for two seasons Our dressy hats range in price from 2 to 18 Be sure to ask to see the tints the first time you arc in READYTOWEAR In this department we easily lend this part of Kentucky Wo not only have the greatest variety but also have the best styles and sell them cheaper We are now showing moro than 10 styles in mantailored suits ranging in price from 10 to 35 They arc in Blouses Etons Box fronts and tight fitting New Separate Skirts and Walking t Skirts in great variety from 1 to 10 Petticoats in Silk and Mcrceried Sattccn from 125 to 12 each Shirt 4lVnists in Silk and French Flannels froin 250 to 10 FRENCH FLANNELS You arc sure to want one and we would like for yon to seer our line before buying We imported most of our designs direct from France find are showing designs which no one else cnn sKow you We sellall patterns at 75c a yard FINE FURS We show the latest shapes in Boas Scarfs and Collar t ettes in Martins Minks Seals Sables Poxes fce rang J ing in prices from 150 to 30 j Danville Kentucky Small Farm For Sale A until farm tltiuteil on the Stanford Souicr erect pike near liens UI fur wit IlnlJence and oulUulldlngi airy goods plenty water W lUHlu SId r Kj Small Farm For Rent1 Nice farm ol 20 acrw nillw front Stanford on rent an bouto of a room 2 pane goodcldern It door meat houw hen house sad stable repair Oooa uppl orchard and Itnty awOl ndli i to or J2l1eh1l oI nlc to to tinted John M loltolettwill thaw and rtqt pfOHty 0T MCBOHK8IS BKU adKy Wanted To Raise Tobacco loud Corn On ibaret with tome good nun or I will rent a form for luooey 0 It IIIIAWMEII DinTillc Ky At Freds Exchange You will always find good treatment good lour good meal good nilutuir good bran tic at low prices Ho will give you 34 branfarfor ono Iron t target to I on him whtI want wheat exchanged or buy flour mealc 1 rirat b s re THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANPORD KY OCT 19 JQOO E C WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER TUB best materials combined with care skill and accuracy insure good results No other mothods arc over used in our proscription work Penny Drug Store rPERSONALS MRS FRANIC LAWRENCE very sickJ C BAILY went to Covington this racrnlnp ED HALE Is learntnj banking In the First National Mn AND MRS L L Dory are vis tog In Bourbon MR T G NUNNELLKY was In Clc- clnnatl this week Mns P P NUNNELLEY Is visiting relatives in Richmond ATTORNEY CHARLES R Dnocic of London was here Tuesday Mns TURNER and Mrs A W Carpenter wont to Louisville Tuesday MRS Q A McRoiiEKTSls spending a week with her parents In Oarrard Miss SUSIE DOUGLAS of Lexington Is tbo truest of Mrs William Hampton MR THOMAS I1 SMITH JR of Chicago Is the guest of Mr J M Pottns- DORN to the wife of W Frank Mc Klnney ycBtcrJay morning a 10pound boy ATTORNEY J B ROUINSOV of Lancaster was here on legal business this week GEOKOK PENDLETON had one of his hands badly mashed while hauling the other day MRS W C PRICE of Danville ipent several days with her luer Mrs J E Farrls MYRTLE little daughter of M G Reynolds of Woyneaburg Is very of typhoid fever Mn AND MRS J TlIOrAS CHERRY of Orodbcad were bere Tuesday the latter to ice Dr Carpenter Miss NANNIE VANDEVEER is back From Louisville where the spent sometime in the wholesale millinery stores MR J A EDMISTON of Crab Orchard passed up to Richmond Wedree lay to visit his sister Mrs Dr W W Burgin LITTLE Miss KATE VLAND will rlvo a birthday party to her little friends at her homo on the Somerset pike this afternoon J T CONN doesui fear that the I J- will bust Ho sends us from his Ok lahoma homo money to pay bis subscription to May 1003 MISSES KATE AND NELLIE FLANI JAN returned Wednesday night from a three months visit to their slater Mrs A L Slayer in Cincinnati MRS P A BROWN Mrs Fannie Dunn and Fred COOK left for Winchester this morning to visit relatives Dr J F Peyton says they took 50 odd packages MRS FRANCES K BBAUCHAMI odlI tor of tho Kentucky White Ribbon was reelected president of the State W C T U at the meeting Jnsl closed at Dnnville MR MARK D HARUIN of Monti cello Is visiting his son Mark at the St Asaph Mr Hardln Is In his OOthI year but walks with as firm a step as man a quarter of a century younger aI MR M C WILLIAMS wife and sane are visiting relatives at Mt non Mr Williams brother J II Vllllams of St Louis Iii also at that place and that family Is enjoying a reunion INVITATIONS have been received to the marriage of Miss Vlrglnht L Call well to Mr Homer L Baugbmar which will occur at the First Presbyto WednesdayOct JUDO C R MCDOWELL of Dan rllle than whom there is no better democrat nor cleverer man was with its brother ln law J N Saunders this week Ho took tho train here for Jlddlesboro where he was a borso In boom days MR W E PERKINS was down fn m Crab Orchard yesterday and said that natters political are in good shape In the East End Ho knows only two derv crate who are at all doubtful and they are Inclined to return to tim fold Ev srybody Is falling into line and a good report will come from the two precincts- at the November election LOCALS FRESH Fish every Friday at Ed Hut bards NEW hateCummins Mc- Clarys STOREROOM on rny lot on Mill street for rent J C Hays CORN oats will buy a sewing machine at A Q Florences Tnosl who owo Bill Deck will please call at their old stand and sot tie WE have several varieties of nice seed wheat forealo J II Baughrnan Co HAY taken In ex gefor harness saddles lap robes Ac at J C Me Harys HAAS Hog Cholera remedy will savo your sick hops pet It at Peonys Drug Store Do not buy from peddlers Get them from Hamilton cheaper and with a guarantee on them WE have plenty of all tirades of coal at high prices buy before It goes higher J H Baucbraan Co MORBLAND Hon WJ Price elector for this district will speak at More land at 2 oclockSaturdayafternoon 00 NOTICE TO 1AXPAERSSlx percent will be added to all city taxes not- paldbyNoV1 19ML R Hughes lollcctor f f If i v F BUY wtndqw glass and putty at Pen nys Drug Store New barrel of rpsorghum at Higgins McKtnnoyt SEWING Machine told on installment plan at A B Florences FULL line of Standard make Sowing I Machines on sale at A B Florences ITUIUCES are starting out atOe a pound some sales being made at that figure We aro headquarters for coal hay corn oats and all kinds of feed J H Baughman Co FRESH line of cakes ginger snaps crackers candles c just received Warren ft Shanks TEN shares of stock the National Bank of Hustonvlllo sold at 8101at the Logan sale In Boyle IOOIC at the late Improved ball bear Ipg Now Homo Sewing Machine It has no equal On sale at A B Florences DEATHS Mrs McMullen the aged mother of Milt McMullen ot Yosemite and Mrs Susan wife of Green Thistle of near Mt Olive died this week HURT John Shced colored got one of his hands badly hurt at J II Baugh man Coa mil Wednesday He struck the member against a piece of machinery TUE C W B M women of Stanford will conduct n prayer nod praise ser vlco at the Morelabd Union church Sunday at 11 oclock All are earnestly Invited to be present THE Waynesburg democratic club le growing nicely President M G Roy nolds tells us the membership nowI numbers 125 and new names are added dally Attorney W J DrowfI of Somerset will address it tonight OWING to the a eoMee so many members of the Reading Club there will be no meeting Saturday afternoonh but meeting will be held week 27tb with Misses Mary and Kate Bcazloy Miss Fannie Shanks presi dent W W WITHERS begins this Issue with a goodsized advertisement which you should read and heed Wallace Withers furniture store Is the only uptto date thing in Stanford a Danville lady was heard to remark the other daIFort JAILER Squire James H Raines announces In this issue his can didacy for jailer He hat made a most excellent magistrate Is a democrat Int all the ftord Implies and U a good citi zen With these qualifications be ought to make a strong raceITilE LASTrSaturday Oct 27tb the Q fc C will run its last cheap excur slon to t Inclnnatl Tho rato from Junction City will bo 12 the roundtrip tickets good returning on any train next day You can leave Junction aTtt 27lh on either of the morning trains of thel IT Is Marshal Robert T Lows now the council having engaged him until Jan 1 Ho Is a clever sober taco has had experience in the business andt will make a good successor to Brothp er Newland who is badly Infirmities but whose ninny friend hope and believe he Will pull through PROHIIIITION SI EAKINO Mr W H Zelglcr tbo prohlbltlonUi wl1I speak on the street In front of court house at 20 tomorrow SaturdavI afternoon and In the tbattnight It Is his Intention to a warm street meeting when anumtber of the women are take partSTIE prohibitionists hero seem tot have lost all Interest in their causeI Less than a dozen were out to bear Mr W H Zelgler Tueaday uight al though the courthouse bell was rung three times He talked in u sitting position to the few present however and looked not the least discouraged because of his lack of bearers r + SALESThe Logan larm111 Boyle home of the late Dr A E and Capt R D Logan was bought atpubllo sale Wednesday by Messrs Richard Cobb and A E Hundley at 158 There were 600 acres and the former gentleman got 350 and the latter 250 acre Mr Cobb who bought Castle Cobb a month ago at 85055 has transferred It to ice H McAHstcr Jr at the same figure A WASHINGTON dispatch says that the ntTalra of the Somerset bank are In such condition that can not be solI 14matterlittle lnetlgallnn of their own and sending somebody to the penitentiary If the facts justify It We are told that an olllcer is 10000 or more behind and the fact that another man Is overdrawn 852000 ought to make the directors explain or go up the road Their carelessness to call It no harsher name Amounts to crlmlnalltvI TilE largest crowd In 10 years gatb eyed at Jamestown Monday to bear Hong R C Warren Harvey Helm and George E Stone speak and It was a grand day for democracy Mr Warren tells us that Mr Stone and Mr HelmI made splendid efforts and that ters was so highly appreciated that he was pressed Into service at night Het says that Mr Stone spoke for two hours making he thinks the speech of his life Mr Warren digit not tell I1SI about his own l8ay but If It was up to his average It was all right These gentlemen were preceded and followed by Herschel Baker and James R Hindman respectively who yellpd loud and long for McKinley Yerkes CoOn returning Tuesday afternoon Messrs Warren and Helm filled Hon John S nhea appointment at Libel ty where a good crowd greeted them Mr Rhea was unable to QUrtali engage i teen there COAL bode coal vaeis shovels tnd heating stoves at Warren hanks S THE Stanford Foot Ball Team will play the Lancaster Eleven there tils afternoon PRACTICALLY open all the time pat tern hats a specialty Mrs Kirby and Miss VanDeveer ONE Dr Pruettlaadvertised to speak bere tomorrow night As the Louisville Dispatch advertises hIm we suppose he Is a republican HURT Jim Wren while helping to put In a manhead at the water works tell from the boiler and was badly bruised about the face and back THE book advertised for by Mr C C Vanardalc of Harrodsburg was found and left at the Dear Anti Dumb Institute Danville Mr Sam W Mene fee writes us DR L B COOK who attended the Central Kentucky Medical Association at Danville yesterday tells us that the meeting was a good one Dr Cook read a paper aa did Drs J G Carpen ter and Steele Bailey SOME scoundrel broke the glass of Miss Sacrays picture display Wednes day night and stole the pictures Includ Ing handsome ones of Mr Jesse 1L At verson of tbU ollice his wife and Mesdames E T and E H Bearley CUTTING Will Kenney was cut li the arm and leg by Cliff Raoey at tbt latter home near Junction City Wed nceday night The cutting was the re suit of an old grudge Both are farm ers and have the reputation of belnp peaceable men THE Warren Grlgsbv Chapter Is requested to meet with Mrs J W Al Tuesday Oil 23 at 3 oclock I s Important that every nember be present as a delegate to the National convention at Montgomery Ala will be appointed at this meeting WHILE driving on the Danville ro d Lancaster Thos Cheatnu s orse became frightened and backed over a cliff to the river a distance of 100 feet The animal was inrtnntly killed and the buggy smashed to kindling wood The driver barely escaped DONT forget income nand hear gratd old Joe Blackburn He will speak londay night next and give you some to titter about the rest of the ampalgn No other speaker In Kentucky can warm up the boys like he- can j and none can make more votes for the democratic party CAMPAIGN literature can be obtained y the hundred pounds at this otfleetwent to the expense of Itinents to send out but Postmaster Florence construes toe law differently rom say other postmaster tn ih State and they are on our hands PreMdeita or clubs should comu In and get a supply without money and without price TWO of LIncoln wealthiest citizens nld theIr subscriptions at this ollice yesterday and they had only iwo cents eft between them They were Messrs j A W Carpenter and John S Murphy The former didnt have a copper left f poor fellow and the latter only two Dont think fpm thl however that ho INTERIOR JOURNAL U a high triced paper for the gentlemen togeth t er only paid 8 2 t DEATL Joshua M Brown died at his home sear McKinney test night general debility aged about Ta years second wife and daughter Mile esslo survive No arrangements had een made for the funeral up to the of ihe report by telephone Mr Brown was an excellent and sub lan ial citizen who had amused a geed haro of this worlds goods and made a reputatloo for honesty and Integrity hat will be a lasting monument to his memory 1l0RRI1JLEJobn Foley a black- smIth of Hustonvtlle was knocked down and run over at Junction City by Northbound FrelgbtNo 40 Wednesday morning He was under the Influence if whisky when be started for the slaJble to get his horse and go home Freight caught him as be was crossing the track horribly mangling both letts below the knees He was placed on a truck at the depot and catching his bloody knees one in each hand be yelled repeatedly at the top of his voice Hurrah for Bryan and Beck bam He was taken to Dr Steeles office and two other physicians sum mooed After amputating both legs below the knee he was removed to the Lexington Hospital with sllgbtcbances recovery A wife and four small children are dependent upon him J UNDER the head of Cant do It the Danville Advocate saytBro Walton who some tIme ago reduced the price of the INTERIOR JOURNAL to 81 a year now announces that ijjo price will br2 unless paid In advance Bro Walton like any other good newspa er man knows that In these times a ood county paper can nut bo published at II and the editor wall 12 months for his money Sure and not for 81CO a year if subscribers are permitted to payor not us they elect We are perfectly willing to send the paper at 81 a year In advance and can do so as a prof- It but the rlcho t man could one holdout always and send It on credit with chances of many never paying Our edition Is right at 3000 now and t takes a good deal ot white paper and it a high price to print It The Advo care should know though that the 82 Arrangement was specified when the reduction was made In the price See 4th page for notice that has been there ever since the change We have stuck andwill continue to do so to these termsIi In advance t2 If credited even to parties known to be responsl t ble Put up andJte1 the advantage of the towest for any paper of Its slaeJn the Vitae 311 II v IN- k e FURNITURE t 25r CARPETS WALL PAPaIt ANew and UpTol ale Stock of goods just alrlved at W Wjthey Embracing every thing to Sleep Kit Sit Write Walk Ride Drive Roll and laze upon This line always been headquarters nut always will r- eWB SBIlv GOODSf Y At retail as loss at little buyers buy them See bur line and you will certainty be convinced W W WITHERS Stanford KVti 118IKGGKNS r WKKIHEYV JL THE LEADING 1 Grocers Ann Hardware Dealers J9f Stanford Ky thio r i t 2 i t i J v r i SilkBargains1 I ill We have just placed on tbo bargain counter va ious Icngtlu tatl ranging from one to 12 ya ds of Taffeta Foulards ocgdtet- hat jjfl lsold at Tic 31 and Jl 25 We offer you choke at t F I5letc yl f ruins them JUST IN f ijOursecond shipment of ihe celebrated Xiigler Urns Shoes g 11 SEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House Ja i1 im i iJ SC E I3 NO rrlv1 1S ill over Spangled Nets Spangled Beadings Applique Passamentries Tinsel Braids Figured French Flannels and Cor dett Silksr3Golf Capes and Jackets We have a few of the choicest things in the Cloak line as well as tome correct pat terns in Readymade h MNTDAIAIDEESSSmiS Dont put off buying your underaeir Cur stocks o v ctm edfor me wo non and children You cant afford o buy any Fall toods b oeixa liiiig orso Ve study your wants and buy ttie bet knowing heat to bhe cheap st JOHN P JONES Stanford v Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution w Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Ja A ALLEN a CO Contractors Abd ISaildersT STANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Building Material YelloW Pine Kloorloc Door and of Dressed and ItouKli lumber eilngles and steal Kooliw Lo wprJfiDt J fit jri = rf JJRNAL- a tr e of Stanford as ndrav i RCASH will e barged VISION TrIiIIJW itM u U a m 02 81 k in LJI 1Zpm ltI raL DIVISION li NoiJIk i4zt108 t 210 u 6 A dat 1200 22Lt1t 230 rIi u SCENT IraiM Junction City Xo earn t IOP No8 1122 tatopOolM Soulk Xo4 34Sip iAil FIMIIf CINCINNATI TralD leare 050 3 40 r Ed p cnrratown with hip Q C T 14 VMM amlV40 comectln with Q VIFISISd tf HBd8lM The lattft tortttava at rMEWTOSU A C JTflERNflILWflY UCXY- t psw M flIt Mtj to isoa aASTo oI No5 1uAn amI 743pm 910am S2pml OKirm USOam 03pm 94Spm aitom 847pm W0lpm 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WA1Z1S1 0 ILILTATW i rv j 5 Wal4I4 i toulsvlllt Ky r1 ROUTE c ii LOUJS9LLE4GtjICA6O tJ fj MST LINE TO TCii1irnIaQtH ftttST tM4ETHEjJ113sT r j Y T4ctSunday to FREN tft4i16ADEU SPRINGS lIWONiSTATION LO 1ARJOKSTATON y t Cars 2 P1DRoom Sleepers I F A ket Sis Loulsrlllt GbMY I rJ Ii IIt LANCASTER f DrJ L McKeu has tufficlently re covered from the operation performed on his eye to preach at the Presbyte nan church next Sunday- A H Bastln has put In a new toll board for his long lines which greatly facilitates the telephone business An extra operator to run it has been Installed Misses Marie and Jennie Warren two Stanford beauties are with their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Lyne Let her after a few days visit to Mr Will Mason and family left Saturday for her home In Henderson Mies Mat- tIe Bcazley of Crab Orchard Is visit lotf her brot efDr W S Beazley Mrs Sut an Salt r of Stanford is vle Itlne Mri T S Elkin The marriage of Mr T J Palmer and MlssLoula Etta Burke was sol brldeIplrentsnear Point Leave Tuesday evening The ceremony was performed by Rev W L HOWZQ The attendants were Miss Mattlo Dunn acd Mr George W Palmer tho ushers Messrs Will LuakI and James Rucker Miss Eliza played the wedding march The pnrtI was given a reception by the brides parents Immediately after the cero many at which an elegant supper was scrved Mr and Mrs Palmer then left for a trip to Niagara Falls and Canada Ita bo gone several weeks The bride Is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mr J EL Burke and is a young lady o f beauty and many accomplishment1 Mr Palmer is connected with the Brown Tobacco Warehouse Louis vllle and fills a responsible and lucra tire position He Is a popular and prominent manRecord CHURCH MAnERSI Kev J M Bruce will preach here Sunday lor Rev J B Crouch who Is holding a revival with him at Freedom Church Garrard county Rev JQ Montgomerys meeting at the Morelaod Un1 Church closed with seven additions and a awaken Ing of rellglocslnt restIRev W E Arnold will preach to bis people at the Methodist church Sunday Im rnlDgon the subject Three Things that Make a Church Every body Invited A full attendance the raemershlp of the church Is especially desired i Bro W M Kuykendall writes I assisted Bro A J Pike at Gilead In Madison county in a meeting of 12 days There were 30 additions 27 by baptism one by letter two restored The church was greatly revived Bro Pike has been pastor of Gllead for 11 years He Is a man of God ready at all times to preach the Gospel In its purity Western Recorder Our enterprising townsman T C Qall Is having his residence on Depot Streetpalnted and generally remodel ed for the comlort of his aged aunt Mary Pepples who Is coming to llvd with him His borne is tastily attired and his superanuated aunt Is highly delighted with It Being nearly years of age she has old relics collected In the long ago which are great curlosl tfeeT showing the difference between the old and the new dltpenslonr Among them Is a fly brush made from the rear feathers ol a peacock before the birth of Thomas who Is now lets than 50 years of age and not a feather is broken She has quite a variety of home made blankets and beJ covers which wore madecby her own bands years ago The sheep were caught when Tommy was a kid the wool was spun and woven by her and the gar tnODt arc far better than the cheap ready made stuff purchased qow In tact It If an old fashioned independent b JIM and many believe that Tom Is preparing to take unto himself afhelp meet to teachher to follow in the footsteps of his noble oldaunt This maybe tru but wb jfloric knuwwlio tbo iad maybe it I f HAPPENED itA DHUG STORE Ono lay iabt winter a lady came to my drug store and asked fur a brand nntinh iriHtlitini llmt I dId lint Imvn stockiuya il6R Grnndiu Hie pup iilur irDggtst Of Ontario X Vvsno l lid w ntfd tp know what cough prepnralion I could rocomrucnd I said to her that I could freely recommend Charubei Iains Cough llemey anil that silt couldtaka LC ef the remedy nnl- lJlttefJink Ih fnir tilat if hb iil not 1l m ney tt tirIng Back the b tlc and I would rotund the pried nidi In the coiliise of a dll y or two the lady came Uck In company with a friend in nerd of a cough medicine and ndvittd lior to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough llcmedy I consider that a wry good rccbmniemlatloii fOr the Itemedy The remedy owes Its great pdpularliy and extensive sale In a largo measure to the personal recommendations of p oplu who have been curnl by its use It Is for stile bY Cratgtb locker Druggists DKAFSE1S OANKOT OK CUltKD- By local apiillcaIonsaalli caniol reach tho ill teased portion of the nr is oulr one way to cure dealiiws slid Ih111 by confl mional rem ethos Ucafatu Is cauAd bjr luflamed lonill Uon of thoiniicoui JiulDjmf the EutiacliUn Tulle ruinitlingIclosed 1eMIlhe rriilt unlisi lio in naiumailon can liotskcn out sail tlil tuutc nil ra 1111 uorinal cundlttoti Iueutng will bedcutrny ed rll casr out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh which Is nothing but on InUaiuti cundillnu- Of til IUIKXIH CurtaCle Wo will give One 1UDdtiil IJollsrs roe any raw f Dearucsifrauhdliy Catarrh that ea nut Ie Cured bT1alll CIrrl ur tlfnd fur lreulal tree KJ CI11UNEVA CO Toledo O Sold by PrujUt 73c lUUVKuulIy Mils i m the bcsf For last year tbo number of deatbsjfrom lightning stroke was 312 tie more than one per duty omitting Sundays In January there was not a ease and only four durIng February luau and July are the atal months IIi3 tfaaaBalf the aBoldeiite occurring ig those warM Hfttljlvs leI Isr si lKl n I foi J i t T I LAND STOCK CROPS 1C C Vanoy sold wE P Woods a bunch of 108 pound bogs at He- M S Bauphmun bought of William Burton 15 mare mules at 152 60 James Howard sold to J C Johnson of Boyle a bunch of hogs at Ho John Aiderooo sold to Perkins of Garrard a bunch of heifers atOjo A 25pound red barrow at rav place Owntr please call Gun H Tucker it For sale 30 tons of clean baled lira otby hay J J Walker Lancaster The Lawrcncebure News reports sales of 21 cattle 1185 pounds at tic E P Woods shipped carload of hope yesterday that ho bought of va rious parties at 4io J K Clay sold to B F Bedford 300 fat cattle ut 60 HS Cay wood soW 40 atolc Paris Kentuckian David Cahlll tho Lexington horse man refuted E7uOO for Charley Herr 208 He holds him at 50000 0 TMuttoberU has rented his farm advertised in this paper to J A Eues whollved on the place last year 0 P Huffman bought of W I Her rln a bunch of butcher clittlttatle and of B Chancellor some hogs at 4Jc JG Lynn sold to Baker Bros ol Ohio 20 148pound cattle at He I S Tovls sold to same a bunch of 125C pounders at same Daniel Harness owner and breeder of Imp refused 15000 for her which was offered him by an Eastern syndl cato of race horse men IBcn Bryan and Sam C Thurmond started a corn husker and shredder yesterday which has a capacity of 100 barrels per day It loads the corn on a wagon and cuts up the fodder making- a splendid feed John D Crelphtooof Omaha Neb has offered 825000 for Charley Hcrr 207 the famous Kentucky trotting stallion David Cahill a poor dairyman of Lexington who bought the horse and two others for f25 wants 50000 for him An Accident While I was abroad I witnessed duel In France Iinybody hurt one of the principals had a rib broken embracing the other after the combat was over Philadelphia North American Good Itenaon Photographer Excuse me sir but you have been sitting on your hat for the last ten minutes Customer furious Well why in the thunder didnt you tell me before Photographer wished you to look pleasant slroblo State Journal A nal Vacation You and your wife dont eeem to talk to each other much when you travel Xo we agreed before we started that wed get rested Chicago Ilec ord Lowe the IlealcRer Ills heart was a moated castle But that did not work at all For she was a girl athlete And she neatly scaled the wall Chicago Record WHAT CAX A IJOV nor Tommyyou must not interruptyou elders when they are talking Wattun til they stop They never stop Chicago Chron icle Companiontnotthinkt- hlQt Miss Passe reminds you of a how er She has a ngng4biicatsqzt pi beautythat convey the idea of a Mr BLuuttOfa century plant Baltimore American Clothed In 1rtsh Air An Irishman who hat on a ragged coat was asked of what Muff it jvai made l1ad I dont know ad he bu- tmatfltfsmadeoffreihftIr1thIuk flWJIt3S lroyet II Henpekid l unficrtitand you to say s1rlhat you were the lucky suitor for ray Wifes hand Friend Surel You were the man who married her Syracuse Herald thiStle uf the Wits She sarcastically Ali the nice youhg men are not the most truthful He sardonically And all the young ladles that paint are not artists Bos ton Heralt Gnrloim- Sllicus Women are nil curious Cynlcus And yet the most curious thing in the world Is a woman who has no curiosity Philadelphia lice ord lieu Not Left SIucli Young EdIson1ell she hu left me A Friend Eh What has left you Young Edison A comb and a tooth brush thats all Town Topics p ea A THOUSAHDTOIIGUES Could mt xprcs the nplhra of Annie Sprin ger of IM Howard St riiilsdelphU 1a wlicti she found lli t Dr Kings ew linyprT Ir Con suiuptlnu htil cmipltTolv cured tier of a lucking fMih fur ii any yean hid mido life a bunl n Alloher remedies and doctors couil five her no hl hut ohe UYI of lhl iiyal CureIt anon M niovol the ln In my chfM iiii can now sleep soundly sometblng I can Marcly nmerelier doing before fllIke sounding In pralnei throughout II unite Bo wilt everyone who Iriw Dr ihgewiuvPryfiran7truil- efrit or IbeThtoat Chest or luncs Trlsl botllm Iennyls Drug Store eYer1 bottle guard teed AJamo shoulder Is usually caused by m of tit wtiift Mi ManS11Oe I I have sold them for 15 year They are as near perfect as man can make them I have them in the new heavy extended welt sole In all the new leathers VviciValoujs Calf Lox Calf Enamel Calf Genuine Cordovans and Hyls latent Lc- nilieraPIICESFROM350TO5 Workniitnskip on over pair guaranteed See them labQJJr0 l 191l IlInlleo rl S-pS4ti4 IF i 11 t JIj WEEKLY GAZETTE m tii 20 Page Newspaper 50 CENTS A YEAR t JJ 11 TilE WEKKIV OAZtmKeitira the tew Tfr with until of lnenat d eutny II la every department which bu been ic nowlrafilby III lens of Ibouwadi ot rent wllb tb float aprntUttoa U li unturpatied for the uirells ice ol it r1coteutS SI well ii ler it low price bet g O veal I ear or te Ibo one cent riI cent It li the t ady aim ol the to luiproie thIs edition of the Comiurr aiJ cia Tribune sod the brtt that trluo can produce or money can buy will UTvunJ III column at til times Tftenialo fcaturetol the par are g ii tJl The News of the World it The Freshest and Fairest Market Reports I11 The heat Articles for the Farm ed Iloarn IiAttractive and Useful Heading for Women Youth and Children Political Nevis and Comment I tJjI 1 has teen a family journal for orrr years eIUDIl to AJageots f r IWO ant itupo topic frre on applleailon birTbe Dally and Sunday Commercial Tribune stands In the front fI1- Ijjrank as a GREAT AMEItlOAN XEWSPAPKtt III JIbc = r IIOtralnlCWrywcckb To INDIANAPOLIS ISIccplagI GUS McCORMACKIfaa candidate ty subject to party A EUBANKS IGEOn for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the notion ot the ulemoumtIe- liarty JAMES T JONES Is candIdate tcbrjuefler of Mneoln county subject to tfce ucttanof the demqcratle party VM LkNDGBAP Ii a candidate fir Assessor of Urwwln conni tyj inbjwt democratic action 1rUAIns H WRH1fli- s a csodldate for AMs or of UntolfIIty- llllbJec1 lotbe Rttloit of th dtumoomtle party a JOHN C PEPPL12S IfnicupiJWMofjrfljlfrof Lincoln OaBtty utilect democratic jar tv Your upftrHs snlleiled fINK lIAR3IRR u caiidldato for Jailer nubject to tho no tion of tho dpinooratle party Ho itollclu your support MISS LiZZIE C JoNES Of Mortland Ras cpineii a Complete Line of Millinery at Junction City IdInvites the 1llrOnftftot the public Country 1rojuu taken In foi ds FORRENTIFur A large hoiiw lu IjDCnit r with eight rumru sight welt nitcI ir 0 Ik lint liouuie SInce II centrally locate fur all kl uttiutlnisi llefereno J MOHANIl- Jttfenan streets Waco Texas Farm For Sale West Linoila County Farm An unimproved fara approximating 2C AOEES I Two miles from HuitooTllle Immediately on Ibr lIultOIlYllle ant Ihieriy lurnplk ruad and between the lanJ ofT I Cunwu er acd J llltlH There ate sixty acres to cleat this twenty or Iwrnty Are acres of original growth ofI timber niliuiog Immense UlU trvrs wild therrJ black walintt yellow bjecli AOJ roinuln iler la IiugraI greel abunasuro f water from hInt never fall nvfu lu the drrnl uFoougb tlmUr can lie cm and sawed ou thei lacotolni roT dime sod there aria plenty of locust and mulberry fur fencing purpose liiil- auur4gry hu uatd for ut for WI 1Mb 1 UIoII- I a Four Fast TrainsTO Toledo Detroit AND MIQIIOAN AND CANADA POINTS uJAn 4 tlns every wttkday 3 trim on Sunday rullman and Wagner Eletrtrs on night train Vcstlbuled turin cars on day trains = CHICAGOa NEW LIVERY STABLE SW BUSKS SMPrjn JUNCTION CITY KY Ilr ItslcStoetilOrolu tend hay For Solo BLUE GRASS NURSERIES FALL 1900 4rrgtWsg tat ibo 1ftlnrd LWn sad flaMe a4Qesen1MOln ne 4eJ atont Ia bum oMBlry or pdetiathu r ltIILEMEtJtyt amggsiu M OLD MOCK WI1ISICYr Ouor JaJutrutJt tot ttti COOiAababfUld Stock WhIa- Ily In hitlOpiu4e 7V- slIyQMOtJifrIMuvlIIty ICy w JIW PARKHILL Mop HOMEOPATHIC PKYSI5IAM a Or Iurkhlfl hiw bad yenta oxperience In tho gun1rttI1irntico of lndIeito and plfurv to tublic of Stanford and vl llljt giicolul attention given chronlotij lIo Court Houso over 1fUro Livery Stable Olllci hour from to5 p w r ERDILLEHA Y- DDANVILLE I Manufacturer of ERIOKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement 01 o Wrltd For lrtc- eaNOTICE J 1011st5hiIultaII sr thoiIiAnd uuc a nndiamplesof tlvo- iliIitaat lhn I llcrflnj a Markiburj alio lIiljroliiilIoiuiidf Cat i POSTED I hereby notify the public that land li 11 trtlJI3UInllto the full extent of ttw law JM lLANV Wonted To Rent A good Farm containing from 150 to MO Heron Address AuvtliTiiEH Lnncns tcr Ky thereby for JOSJIEDf rayaim5 7ENED NKIU Oltcnlitlm Ky FARM FOR SALE Oontnlni H8 kcrcs and is In n aplcnilll statuof Cultivation Ou tIo iilnpkldke2 MoreInnd good tonnnt house besides neocisurv outbuildings yplendlJ orchard good auu two springs Tormavasv WII WUIOHT Ii Hnstonvlllelvy j v LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DBSLERS Millcdffoviilo Ky We have 75 good Hock Hugs for saltS and shout SOlicnd of stock Heifers LUTES CO W S BEAZLEY D D S- Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VlUllud Air Physician In attend auce Office In the iew Thompson Uutlaing Till FRUITTBROSMOUELANI Furniture Livery Undertaking Ialrof yearoId well broke mules for sale IT hand hi- ghMason HotelXillS U D8IMPSON Pray IaucaHtcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds oplended table Everything firsUclsu Porters meet all trains 89 LKND FOR SHL6 Fur aale a Tract of Land containing M are two miles shorn SlHOfonl on Ijinoas ter t Rusts Branch Turnpike Iwlhj a mrt Iuifillball right easyJ Ky To Sell FarmsY- ou want to dropttn ndrer tUemvnt In ln ttcouiitaln newspaper nlileh Is the Somerset Journal Two Inchos one month for II In dunce K J CAMrncu Manager Somerset Ky FRITH HOTELS F FSAJJCISCO Preprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD IY nlf101lortflint HIC RUPLEY fhe Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Paper Hanging And Painting Sew me before you let year iwlsitinx I will save you aouey I mill fureNh nti cr and put It oh the WaIt Item le op In other worth will sell you ipr a e1etip M 70- 5xunbuyh1tplawaaahusrs it ml IG jnr taut I will 40 ralaa la All wurk rllarafltfltld J J UGLtmi- Suntord Ky aiI1tingRepaiFingera I b fgvcMrriag nrWjoIt lbflrntrla tltI- Rtlftntet ib n to du It ngtSwotlc tuulryift tee can love your tnufle uevr for vury little taoney J II iHKKIt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W AJarns Co Ialnt Lick Ii la ft sum euro fur t 4 rind mulcful1llctt d with 1istuln 1nllcvll Swllltl6 hcrutcl huddln llolls Hard arid Soft Khlnrgenititi Urcusv llcul Dlrtumpor Ac Ior ulo by W Mcltob orl UtupgMt rttnnford M K Ilumphrov Liberty u M Tboinpion Klupivlllii UHldwull lhurJtIunll llros llry 3urnptun3eo Mltlcdeovlllc Cash k Jlle Uluro TurniTsvliIo J Vitnhook MeKln ney BEAZLEY HAYS TJNDJSHTAKBIIS ALovrALanarue Furniture lUiLttIiigiRUgt4 And aLl IlLpCI A 8 PRICE Surgeon Stanford KY OfflctoTpr UcIloUrta1 Drug Slor In IbtiiIlnllillDi R A JONES DENTIST Stnuford u IIOnicc oTor lllgKia ft McKlnilcys StorJTelephone Nb n THE FIFTH AYE HOTEL t LouIt4UIiKy t The most centrally located arid only FJeSTCLASS1 I1iohl In the city raskluR a I 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from th thr principal theatres Street care ratS the door to all pUll 0 Tho City Everything neat and clean FIRST NATIONAL BANK orsTAsrouD KY iU16tek 9100000 Borplui I176S3 ThU Initliullon ortilnally tab1hd as th1Ie posit Bank nf Stanford In IBM then reorfaaUeJ IbsNstlonallUBk ofSmctord la IKS sodagair scrganlted aa the Hnl NaU nal Uaak ol Stanford u IMJku had practically an uninterrupted tsbt ncqlurll years It Is Ultsi 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