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J SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL iVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 3019019 A M NO 52 NEWS NOTES There aro 125103 Knights Templar In the U S Near Columbus Mo Mies Maude Henderson was outraged and murdered by a Negro Reuben Jewell In pioneer day ono of the richest men In Iowa Is dead at the poor bouso Alox Ororton colored wblla drunk jumped Into the river In Nelson county and was drowned Dr Koch will personally test bill theory by Inoculating Dr Granauli with bovlno tuberculosis Mrs Nation called on Police Commie sioner Murphy at Now York and great ly annoyed him by calling him lath erA boiler of the steamboat City ot Trenton exploded near Trenton N J killing seven person and Injuring a score of others In a runaway accident Mrs Ed Port or Thompson her daughter Katie and two children woro seriously Injured near Frankfort Too heat Tuesday In Ardmorn IT was a record breaker the government thermometer registering 110 In the shade at 2 oclock Leo nice a prominent farmer and stock raiser of Bath county committed suloldo by exploding a stick of dyna mite In his mouth A barrel machine company has been organised in Ashtabula 0 with I500 capital A branch house will be established In Louisville J Representatives of the miners and operators of tbo Jolllco and Coal Creek districts will meet In Knoxvlllo TUGS I day to arrange a now wage scale Two hundred and Bfty union miners are encamped at Nortonvllle this State U Is said they are not armed and the object of the gathering Is not director ot the Union Pacific railroad bavo outlined plans which will Involve the expenditure of 10000000 In Improvement on the Southern and Central Pacific systems The government has brought suit against six National banks In Boston for alleged payment of fraudulent pen sloe vouchers after drawing on the t subtreasury for tbo amounts Involved The steel trust has made more gains and has now secured enough men to operate Its Star plant In Plttsburg two turns day and night Tho officials ot tbo trust declare that they will not ac copt any compromise appearSvestigating the alleged gambling ecan dab and denounced tbo entire Investi gation as a plan to bring his adminis tration Into disrepute Tbo Negroes of Alabama threaten to leave the State If tbo nuw constitution embodying the franchise reforms Is adopted They will hold a convention In Birmingham Sept 28 to Inaugurate a campaign against the constitution It li understood that Rear Admiral 1l Sampson Is to bo represented by counsel p at the Schloy Inquiry tear Admiral Scbloy has requested as witnesses tbo olllcer of the Brooklyn and the quar termasters who were at tho wheel dur lag the notion at Santiago A white man was convicted at Wet tumpka Ala of being a member of a mob which lynched a Negro and was given a life sentence In prison The accused made no defense and told tho court the full details of the lynching naming the members of the mob Capt J L Abbott an ox Confedor ate soldier who rune the elovutbr In tho Executive building at Frankfort got his leg between the car and the Moor of the second story and had It cut off The member was a cork ono and no Injury was suffered save a pecuniary one Of tho seven crack drill corps picked from all the thousands ot Knights Templar of tho United States that rep resenting Denver Qomraandory of Col orado was awarded the flrol prize a magnificent sterling silver banquet sot of III pieces valued at 3000 The sec ond prize wall awarded St Bernard Commandary of Chicago third Golden Gate ot San Francisco fourth Han selmann of Cincinnati and firth Call fornia Commandary No which was a mounted battalion and had no com petition The drills lasted from oclock In the morning until 4 oclock In tho ovonlngand were witnessed by 30000 people D EDMISTON exdemocrat de dined tho nomination for judge tendered him by tbo Lincoln county republi cans showing that like the children ot this world he Is wiser In his day and generation than tho children or Wo never thought as bad of Mr fyl mlston as his socalled friends of tho republican party seemed to have thought when they nominated him After his1 declination they nominate Albert Gallatin Faulkner who does not i r live up to his democratic name and who is and will continuo to bo a stillhouse t watch dog after the election Har- rodsburg Democrat A DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONEI MOXTUOMERY ALA In the year 183S I was engaged In the railroad business at Mt Vernon III In two weeks after I left this city to reside in Decatur Ala It was visited by a terrific cyclone which brought death and destruction to the city Thorn were several killed and a number made cripples for life A great many had miraculous escape This beautiful city was built in the share of a large square and situated In tbo contra out was the magnificent court house surrounded by fine business houses built ot brick and stone It has been given up to bo one ot the nicest and cleanest cities In Illi note On Sunday evening In the month of February about 3 oclock when every thing was still as death and every ono seemed to bo enjoying Sabbath In peace and quietude they did not think the grim monster of death or the destroy ing angel was going to visit them so suddenly In tbo way of a terrific cyclone that brought death nod destruc tion In Its path This unwelcome vie itor seemed to take a spite ay the most costly and palatial buildings and they wero mowed down to mother earth The prldo of every mans heart was the beautiful court house and tho square of business bpusc and these wore de strayed What goods that were left in debris caught Ore and burned Tbero was nothing left to indicate wbero these coolly buildings stood but col umns of stone brick and mortar and they were left as memorials of tbo sad disaster I bad a friend by tbo namo of Frank B who resided In Decatur and bold tbo position as cashier of th- eLN freight depot It happened that he was on a visit to his parents In the doomed city and was calling on his sweetheart at the time of the catas trophe or calamity They were standing side by side out on the front veranda watching the angry clouds consoling and uttering kind words to each other when all at onco the forerunner of a cyclone a strong wind came and the gentleman told his lady love that be thought It would bo safer to go Into tho house as there were Indications of a cyclone They went In and the yonng lady called her mother who proposed that they seek protection In a closet Their lives wero saved by this wise act for tho wind came and carried oil the house with the exception of the stair caso and closet which were left stand log supported by two brick walls Frank used to write to his sweetheart every day and she bejng like the rest of the gentler sex saved the precious documents by keeping them under look and key In her trunk The trunk was dashed to pieces and tbo loiters blown all over thepity and exposed to the public eye As the lovers almost pass ed through the valley ot death to gather they seemed to cling closer and love each other all tho more It wall not long In the future after the sad currence before they became and wife They now dwell in our city where ho holds a prominent position In one of the railroad otUccs It looked llkotho all wise Providence loaned a helping hand to a few who bad such narrow escapes on that dark day of death and destruction Mr John A McRoberla Jr was night bill clerk a tho time of the calamity for the L L N Ua wag asleep In the Sharp Hotel In the second story Tho door to his room blow open with a loud noise and awakened him Ho jumped from his bed and was trying to close It when tbo terrific wind toro his night garments Into shreds In tho meantime tho top of the hotel was blown off This loft him In an embarrassing condition and for a time was clad as a living picture He said ho had wrestled with and stared tbo angel ot death In the face and that bo took pity on him and let him live to toll of woo The night operator was also asleep In tho second story and ho was blown out Into the middle of the street and stripped of his clothing He got up as soon as ho could get his wits together and as luck would have it bo found a piece of quilt In the ruins wrapped It around him and made a boo line for tbo hotel or rather what was left ot It It was not long before ho ot enough clothes together to cover him and was soon seen mixing with the crowd looking for tbo dead and wounded and tolling them about his narrow escape The supreme court house was changed Into a hospital AllOt tho dead and wounded woro sent there to bo Identified by tbelr loved ones and also to be cared for Tbo ladles waited on the sick and wounded and the mon burled the dead and looked alter tbo poor and needy WM O MCKWNKY If you haven baby yearhouse you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or dlnri boon so common to small children 01 M Holllday of Doming Ind wh has an eleven months old child says Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running oil of the bowels and sickness of tho tom ach Ills bowels would move from five to eight tluica a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops In a spoonful ot water and ho got better at once For sale by Craig Hockor druggists The Board of Trustees of Stanford Female College announce that its president B J Pinkerton will open that institution on the 2d day of September next with a full corps of competent teachers J B Paxton President J Bright Secretary LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W L Caldwell had a tine jennet and colt killed by lightning Foil SAL8 nice Southdown bucks C C Carpenter Hustonvllla J H Smith of Russell county cold three mules at Columbia for 9430 Fox ft Logan of Danville bavo sold seven borses in the last few days at 1140 to x20- 0William Wright of the West god bad a valuable mare to break her leg Ho shot her Dolly Blrdwoll won the 110000 ROE er William Stake at Providence R 1 Best time 2091- Thoroughbred Berkshire boar IS months old for salo cheap James Mo Kecbnle Rubble 2t M H Haggard of Scott county bought eight extra good mulo colts at 850 to 860 says the Times A list of the awards at the Columbia fair shows that W W Lyon S Co Of this county took a good share of blue ties W T Tucker has rented the farm ot Mrs J H Tucker near May wood con taming 14 acres to Andrew Tucker Boy owned by Weathers of Fayette and driven by Scott Hud son won the 810000 Park Brewery Stake at Providence R I In straight heats Best tlmo 208 Ed Geers Is reported to have said to a friend In New York last week Walt till I lot Tbo Abbot good again and wo reach Lexington In October I want you to be the flat man to congratulate mo when wo trot In 201 The 14ih renewal of the Futurity will be run over the Coney Island track tomorrow It Is the last of the big events over the Metropolitan racing circuit and at tho same time the most yeadr KINGSVILLE Dr Glass of Somerset has been the guest of Mr J A McKcC and family and preached a splendid sermon al th Christian church Sunday evening Dr Allen preached on Sunday morning conttemplating holding a protracted meet lag beginning the 15 of September Midi Katy Walters of Stanford bai been visiting her uncles G A and Wallace Walter and family Misses Belle and Lucille Johnson are visiting Mlsa Katherine Wells at Junction City Mies Bollo will go from there to Cov tngtoo Verono and Cloves O J M McCarty and children accompanied by Miss Gortlo Leach are rutting Mrs Mlko Maher at Ludlow Mrs D M Crolgbton has been but Improving Mr W L McCarty has been heard from since his arrival at Ada Indian Territory and Is de lighted with tho country Ho says the soil Is equal to that of Fayello or Bour bon and teat Ada Is a real little city about a year old with over 2300 popu la lon They are nlco people socially kind and liberal Indeed There are Iota of Indians but theyre quiet A MINISTERS GOOD WORK I had a eoyero attack of bilious colic got i bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses mil was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across tho street was sick for over a week had two or thrao bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without re lief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days without relief no discharged him I went over to see him the next morning Ho said his bow badobeen running off so long that it was almost blood flux I naked him if ho bad trjed Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said No I went home and brought hlbi my bottle and gave him ooejloso told him to take another doso In 15 or 20 minutes if he did not find relief but bo took no more and was entirely cured I think it Is the best medicine I have over tried For sale by Craig d Hocker druggists LANCASTER Tho conclave at Louisville has taken away several of our citizens this week All our Knlgbia Templar who aro not In that city now arc wishing they wore there and so It Is all about the same Out of the past 1Q days It has rained ip our county on 18 of them There has been considerable wind and light nine and a number of trees wero blown down and other minor damages done Mrs Nancy Bcazley Is improving right nicely now She has been very for somo time from what Is believed to be typhoid fever and her host of friends and relatives will be delighted to learn that she Is once more on the road to recovery Miss Margaret Murphy who has been a successful teacher la our graded school for several years Is now in Crab Orchard but will leave presently forI Tennessee where sbo will visit She will not teach here this year MIs8I Annie Royslon having been employed to fill her place Miss Murphy will be greatly missed hero as she has made aIhost of friendsIQuito a number of our people attend ed the asiociailon at Preacbcrsvlllo and all report a delightful service per feet order and abundance of good things to eai The good people of Preacbersvllle deserve lots of credit for the excellent way In which they enter talned the vislllng delegates and wo congratulate them heartily upon their success during the meeting Mr W B Mosi with his daughters Mrs W E Moss and Mies Mary also his son John went to Mlddlesboro yes terday to spend a few days In the ex Magic CIty James Maret the tele phone magnate of Mt Vornog has re turned home after a stay of several days In our city Miss Marietta Crow who has been the guest of the Misses Arnold has returned to her home In Louisville Sho made a great many friends while here and all were sorry to see her go The family of Mrs theiroard pike Miss Alice Henderson went to Danville Wednesday Miss Dane West Is very III at her home on Rich mond Street CHURCH MATTERS Rev R R Noel will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning Rev Dr W K Finer reports a gUt of 01000 to complete the organ fund at Bowling Green The protracted meeting at Harmon Lick Garrard county closed with 17 additions to the church Eld B J Pinkerton will preach at the Union services which will bo held l at the Baptist church Sunday night The 30th annual camp meeting at Parka Hill was one of the most success ful ever held over 0000 persons attend Ing Sunday Rev S M Rankin writes from Greensboro N C that ho will bo homo to fill his pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning He adds wo bavo bad a good rest and a pleas ant vacation Our friend E B Caldwell Jrwrltes from Waynesburg Please say In your paper that the Cumberland Rlvcr Bap tilt Aasoclaton will meet at Flat Lick church 12 miles east of Somerset on Tuesday noxt Sept 3 The first day will be devoted to Sunday school work WORDS OF GREAT RCPUBLI CANS I dont want to buy ho encyclope din I dont rldo them things A horse and buggy is fitton for meW J Deboe He la the vlolouscst man I eer- seenW S Taylor When Bronchos ghost shall ris- eagainCollector Franks The torln ot danger has sounded 9GooCaleb Powers Three candidates are making a lively race for police judge of Burgln 0 9 1 fJ = iI j iIiiij And will continue the Closing Out fir Proces another week Cloth ing at Less Than Cost 1Choice of Straw ff Hats 50c f m Et JITPAYS TO TRADE AT IE 11 THE GLOBE 11 jloerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing andR alrlngi f satisfiedijYourmoney back if youre not mILLER HIRSCH Danville i CorM r Ultras perfect Every Pair Guaranteed Perfect- In every detail Our fall stock is now in Patent Leathers Ideal patent kid Enamels heavy welt sole patent and plain tips rope stitch sole The very newest things of the season TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS r FHAPPY FARMER I IUSES UPTODATE gI moJIN RY HIGGINS McKOSTNE Y Stanford J I ICE RUM SODA i Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG 1 GO TO W Re McRobertslf1 Druggist 1 For Wall PaperlWhite Lead t Linseed Oil Ready Mixed i Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains 1 1 C r S TJt4a332JS F t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON l DEMOCRATIC PARTY This la the way to vote the Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic Ticket For Stale Senator GEO T FARRIS For Repr w lathe M F NORTH for County Judge JAS P BAILEY for County Clerk GEO B COOPER for County Attorney HARVEY HELM for Gherif M 8BAUGHMAN For4Reraor- M G REYNOLDSfor W HERRIN u for School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON If a Candidate for Railroad Comtnluloner for the 2d Olitrlct subject to the will ofthe democracy THE Hon D B Edmlaton by rofue lag the nomination for county judge on the republican ticket baa effectual reinstated himself In the estimation and esteem of those who had rendered him Indispensable assistance when hi needed their aid and help as a demo cratlc candidate for circuit clerk representative and appointment under a democratic administration We are glad that be still remembers the friend who elevated him to office and secured his appointment at a time when the emoluments of the office were needei and who otherwise advanced him bl giving him prestige and standing without which It la possible he might not now be so fortunately situated Ingratitude Is keener than a serpents tooth The democratic party as a county or ganlzation had done him no wrong hat refused him nothing and believing that the nomination had been mane with his full sanction and approval we considered It a cloud that at once over shadowed and divested him of the betr ter qualities that we had been disposed to attribute to him as an honorable conscientious trustworthy gentleman and a man of fine business capacity Whether or not the gentleman nomina ted In Mr Edmlstona place possesses all of these good qualities the reader can determine for himself ITS an ill wind that blows nobody good The readers of the Harrodsburg Democrat will get short grazing next week but our patrons will fare sumptuously The reason of it Is this the editors will swap places for two issue which we fear will seem a monstrous long time to our brothers readers who have gotten used to getting something good every time they get a copy of his paper THE Knights Templar Conclave edi tions of the CourierJournal and Times are gems of the purest rays In fact they make a country newspaper mans mouth water to look at them They i show what two of the greatest papers In the United States can do when they want to and Kentuckians everywhere should be proud of having papers like them In the State DICK KNOTT cant slow up his anti Sapp editorial machine even In the presence of the vast army of peaceful knights in possession of Louisville remarks the Owenaboro Messenger Dicks great democratic organ hat Its own peculiar way othelplng democracy Bro Woodson so let him work on Sapp all ho wants to 1JHAMPTON DOOE the republican nominee for governor of Virginia Is said to have drunk his way around the world Its dollars to doughnuts he wont drink himself into the guberna torial mansion AN Indiana newspaper man is said to have been instrumental in having the work of the Joffertonvllle marriage nuisance abolished but as usual a law r yer got the credit of It A DEPLETED treasury Is nothing un usnalfor Hog Jaw Taylors adopted city of Indianapolis For the fifth time this year there isnt a cent in the treasurers bands THREE weeks after Lee surrendered the total strength of the union army was 1000510 officers and men Thlr tvslx years afterwards there are 097 735 pensions on the rolls Just 2731 le s than the entire army In 1S65 Wou Id It not be a good idea to turn the whole treasury over to the pension grabbers They are going to get most of the mon ey anyway ADDITIONAL LOCAL Go to Jones for school shoes GOOD lot of boards on hand G II Farrla CoItA NCMIIER of children In the Goaha section are down with mumps WANTED boarders at the Miller residence on Lancaster street Mrs A B Withers ItI TilE graded school will open day Dr W B OBannon asks us to announce JERRY CLOYD reddied near clevlerTHE Hustonvllle second nine will suffer defeat at the hands of the Stan ford team Here this afternoon FOR SALE2 buckboards 1 buggy 1 skeleton wagon 1 single set of hat ness 1 double sec John Cook FOR sale or rent very desirable resl dence on Lancaster Street Good gar den lot and stable M F Elkin LOST between Stanford and Crab Orchard a childs white pique jacket Finder will please return to Dr Carpenters office HICCOCOHINO Carpenter a Negro living near Moreland has been hiccoughing for the past three weeks and he Is almost hiccoughed out THE L N will give another 150 roundtrip to Cincinnati Sunday The train leaves the Stanford depot at 215 AI and arrives in Cincinnati at 730 giving 12 hours In the city TilE opera houa management Is un der obligations to Messrs W W With ers and W W Saunders for the use of their good gasoline lights last night while the electric lights were taking vacation TUB summer Is almost past the bar rest is ended and some of our subacrlb ira havent paid for their papers yet They had better do so right quick If boy want to enjoy good health and lapplness DURHdSiN Taylor Durham a well known citizen of Casey died In Wayne county where he bad a lumber ontract and was burled at Middleburg yesterday He was hbout 60 years old tad leaves quite a family TilE 103th Annual Session of Tates Creek Association of United Missionary Baptists convened with the Drakes Creek church Tuesday S D Cochran was reelected moderator and W T Pherlgo clerk The rain the previous evening cooled the atmosphere mod consequently there was no dust There were about 20 ministers present and the gathering was Immense any where from 1800 to 2500 people attend ing The good people of Preachers rile handled them without a jar and seemed to enjoy everything as well as their guests The work and reports of the association were very encouraging and all seemed to be deeply impressed with the great Importance of missions and the relief of Destitution Your re porter believes that the messengers of be churches returned home anxious to stir up the home stayere to a greater activity In church work The moder ators rulings were exact and in the spirit of love The speeches were of a superior order and an old custom re jstabllshed that of adjourning twice each session for a sermon There was 30 hurry or confusion and each committee did its duty The session will last three days N POLITICAL The governor of Mississippi has sue tended the State treasurer pending an nvestlgatlon of alleged serious Irregu antics A strenuous effort Is being made to et James F Grinstead to accept the republican nomination fur mayor of loulsvllle George W Carlisle of Jackson has been appointed State treasurer of Miss eslppl to succeed Mr Stowers who has been suspended Capt C T Corn defeated Spencer smith present Incumbent for the lemocratlc nomination for police judge itHarrodsburgFormer Stone ol Missouri die ores of all presidential talk by declar tng himself a candidate for Senator le says the democratic party does not rant another 16 to 1 platform The Virginia republicans have discovered that they nominated a man not illglblo to the lieutenant governorship There is a provision In the constitution hat this officer shall bo 30 years old Few kcew of Its existence Hobert W Blair the nominee is only 26 The Nebraska republican convention nominated candidates for of the supreme court and regents of the Nebraska University The convention penItentiaryState treasurer who was recently paroled by Gov Savage j THE LOUISVILLE STORES Great Closing Out To Quit Business Sale Still Continues During this sale one dollar will buy two three and as high as four dollarsworth pf uptodate merchandise HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS Choiceof 300 Ladies Shirt Waists worth 75c and 1 at All our mens fine 75c and Straw Hats for this sale 25 Silk Parasols sold at 2 250 and 3 go at 50c corsets at a great re ductionprices cut in half Choice of 150 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slip pers worth 1 to 3 for this sale only Boys 150 Shoesonly 24 I pairs left latest toe well made come quick for a fit ttff s Robert is In coun ty Mrs Bettie Jones of IsI Tom T C Rankin bought eight mules In county Bill Walker has gone to Peoria Ill Elder at the Chris tlan church still grows in and will till L P Warner Is a new stock barn C P bought a pair of gray mules of Jas for U Hubble Is having a new tin roof put on his J J Walk er is his treated to a new roof Mrs Ella Harris has rented her farm to Wm Curry and will move to Jan 1st We are sorry to give Mrs Harris up but glad a good man is to take her place Thomas E Wood and wife visited his son Wood a few days ago Ross is in with his tobacco this week Mrs Mollie Swope of and Fannie of Kao vllle are old friends here B W Givens is In for a few days T C Rankin some shoats of J W Bourne for 6ic IN A cave found near Is said to rival the famous Cave in size Morton Crow aged 60 died while sitting in a chair ou his front porch in Boyle county and John were each given a life sentence at burl for the murder ot Farris Sntton at ft dealers In general at Berea have die and their stock Is In the hands of the sheriff In the county court D H Co of sued J W Hall of Boyle and U F Farrell of Lincoln for of a horse which had been sold by Hall to Ferrell after notice of by bad been served upon Ferrell The suit was In favor of defen dent and will be J Smith aged 65 years vice of the Bank of and one of the of county died of from which ho had been for the past two years He was a of W B Smith who was twice a for the demo cratic for His wife who was a Miss Parks and one son Thomas J Smith Jr survive x 39c i t 39c 98q 1 25c M 49c 89c It all be at at go Louisville RUBBLE McKechnle Wayne Richmond visiting McMeloo Wayne Moores meeting Interest continue Sunday building Underwood McKechnlo 1200L dwelling having dwelling Stanford George Joseph Louisville Indianapolis Moberly visiting Lexington bought Burgle Mammouth Charlie Shotwell WlIllam Richardson merchandise appeared Baldwin Louisville possession plaintiff claimed ownership plaintiff decided appealed Advocate Thomas president Farmers National Richmond wealthiest citizens Madison gastritis suffering brother candidate nomination governor it ij at Gov Beckbam has pardoned Wm Cbasteen sent up for two years from Madison for malicious cutting San Francisco gets the next encampment of the Knights Templar Henry Bates Stoddard of Bryan Texas was elected Grand Master W S Beazley fc Bro sold to Jullu Frank for the U S Dretaed Beef Co nf New York 170 export cattle ai 1550 and Alex Gibbs sold 124 to same party at 8537 J H and Mice Nannie Wheat popular young people of Adair county were married a few days since tiles Sue Cozatt of Parksvllle was married In Louisville this week to Ralph It Lane of Clovardale Ind They will reside In for the shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscle and may bo cured by a few of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For sale by Craig Rocker druggists NONE BUT I handle Peering Harvester Extras und Fixtures but keep none but the genuine Unless the name Deerlng appears on them you may know tbov aro not genuine D CAmE TER Huttonvllle FOR Cottage three rooms nod kitchen Place contains two acre Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danville Avenue MUS MAHY WHORTON Lot of yearling Southdown and Shrop nblredown Ducks for sale Men several thousand feet of lumber to trade for horses sheep cattle or hogs lllue grass seed for sale L 0 DUNN Mt Salem Ky PaintingsRepairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OKKEK Stanford Ky BARGAINS I TillS MONTH- I have located at Crab Orchard In Geo Holme store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people worth of your money You will always find bargains at my tdre I am selling secondhand Clothing equal to now also new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc loping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment give you u Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Ilargiila Stgre CrJl and see mo when you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchansre- CINCINNATI IIAROAIN STORE M REISER Peon vl 50 doz Mens Negli J gee 10 styles to select from 75c Iand 125 all go at only j Mens150Shoeslcoarse andj fine go at this sale 3atonly LinenCollarsti from at the un Jselect of Mens 175 we have only 75 left and if you want a fit you must come quickgoing at only Childrens Hose worth I 25 cents sale price 49c98c I I 5 I 1 98c I lOc ItWE GUARANTEE EVERY ARTICLE AS ADVERTISED We will positively close out does not matter about the pricethey must sold quick Some half price- and some less than Nothing will- be reserved All lessthan half price The Store NEIGHBORING COUNTIES CorbinPowell MATRIMONIAL Weatherfod Indianapolis presentA applications GENUINE RENT NOTICE GREAT Colored shirts different worth great price Pants pairs Fancy I Cheapest Store in Stanford Wholesale Iand Retail Salinger Bros ProrsI I Clothing 1IOur stock of Suits and Overcoats It now in and we are showing the fiweleit Line of Clothing t ever seen in Stanford Our New Raflanette Overcoats Are at handsome as picture We have tiDe suite in nl the newest patterns You will save money by letting us sell you your Fall Suit end overcoat Everything tint quality uptodate and at lowest prices Cummins MoClary I New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly FresI And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronago willIlie appreciated Goods delivered promptly Oall andjseeJuB 1 WIWe SAUNDERS CO-x I Phone 88 110 West Main Street 1 NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUBKS h SON Prors JUNCTION CITY KY aFlrstOlas Turnouts Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay e e Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished i clenn beds splendid Portersmeet THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STA ronD KY Auo 30 1001 TRY tho Judo Taft cigar for choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR work Is uniurpaii PodnyDrug PERSONALS W G WITHERS U conv lc clnp Jenoc T L SiiELTON It In Louie Tllle Rev J CROUCH and family aro In Cincinnati Miss RUTH KLLKRSON of Pulaikl t U with friends here Miss FLOKCNOB TANNER attande- tho conclavo In Loulivlllu J E POKTMAN la with his wife dur ing the Conclave at Loultvlllo Miss VARY HCUSON of Danville sJthe guest of Mien Kate Dcazler bliss MATTIE McllouEnrs of Lib erty li with Mr Mattlo KirbY Mn AND MRS C R COLeMAN re turned from Louisville yoitorday MIss JOSEPHINK Ginsotf of Wit llaraiburfr li with Mrs S J Kmbry Mn R W TIOCKEH of Kansas City li with his brother Mr J S Hooker Miss SALLIE COOKK of Nashville li with her tUtor Mrs O H Cooper MRS JAms F CUMMINS is with her titter Mrs Maude Campbell In Louis ville Miss SARA WOOD LYNN Is vliltlng her sister Mn J E Clauncb at Some erect DUTCH Ooooif of Wavnesburjr li i down with typhoid fever Ills wife Is alto Mn CICERO REYNOLDS Ie beautlf Ing bis handsome residence with a coat of paint Miss DORA STKAUU left yesterday for the clllcn to buy fall and winter millinery Miss NANNETTH HEATH of Nloha latvlllo Is with her sitter Mr A II Severance Mn D C ALLEN of Lincoln county mingled with friends bore lau week Adair News Miss SUSAN Fisimn WOODS return ed to Mttlersbur with Mrs S M Allen Tuesday- S MISB SARAH DAUUHMAN spent sev eral days with Miss Mattto May Robin son at Lancaster MR W M HUCWBS of Pino Ark Is vulltng his mother and fitter In the West End Mil J H BnioilT wont to Middle 1 boro yesterday to visit his daughter and attend the fair Mns WILLIAM FIRLDS of Fayetto spent several days with her fatbo- Hoe G A Lackoy R L ALURiailT of Rowland tot us that a One daughter arrived at b Isahousctho other day 4 MISS TEV1S CAIHENTER wont Louisville Tuesday to attend th0Dy Knights Templar ball MR S E OWSLBY wife and son back from Phoenix Arizona xhe they have been several years Miss BEnNlcu DISIIOP a hands0 young lady of Dallas Texas Is t guest of Miss Mattlo Mcnofco MISSES ISAUEL REYNOLDS and El 1zabetb Rune are visiting their grantS Mr and Mr Cicero Mns JOliN SANDIDOE and Miss Jen ate Dunn of Huttonvllle aro guests of Misses Martha and SalltoTlllett Cen tral Record MR H D GREGORY of Covlngton joined his wife at Judge J P Bailey t Tuesday and they are spending a few days at Crab Orchard t MRS Dn JT WESLEY of Middle burg took the train here for Mt Vernon Tuesday whore she went to visit her eOn Theo Wesley MR EOIIERT WALLIN who has made Brodhcad a tine marshal left Wcdnes day for Indiana to collect for the Wrought Iron Range Co of St Louis Miss MATTIE BBASLEY of Crab Or I chord was hero a short while Wednesday returning from a visit to her brother Dr W S Beazley at Lancaster EDITOR LEWIS W LANDRAM and wife of Lancaster passed through from Louisville yesterday wearing more jewels and badges than the average G A R member HARDIN BARNETT of Rowland who was badly hurt by a bucket on tho steam coal holster falling on him at Livingston la Improving Do was un conscious for several days MESOAMBS SAMUEL REID of HUB tonvllle J L Conway and Maggie dolph of Wichita Kas and James C Reid of Hustonvlllo spent yesterday with Mrs George B Cooper MESSRS G C KELLER JR and J 4M Alverson of the INTERIOR JOURNAL force were hero Sunday They are a pair of tbo fastest compositors t the State Harrodsburg Democrat MRS J C HAYS and Miss Belle Root returned from their visit to Rev lhave 0 Barnes and family at Wash Every minute of their at with the good evangelist and Semi was pleasant they say and their trip was an enjoyable one throughout b Barnes Is holding his own as well as could be expected whllQ Miss Marie Barnes whoso sweet song has attracted attention all over the country Is look well with herlug well and doing Ing bouse Mrs Barnes la enjoying usual good health DR J D OWSLey Is 111IMiss ANNA Cool Is tires In sister MRS WayneI ston11II ssuofHavenkane Wash Mr F R Chrlsman and daughter of Hutchison Kas and Mrl John Chrltraao of Annlston Ala JoephDallouAnt limo they have soon each other In 28 years and a family reunion wilt bo bold at the Ballou home tomorrow LandLOCALS THE best on earth Is a Hanan Shoe P Jones SCHOOL BOOtS school auppllc- at Craig L Hookers i LATEST Improved Superior Gral Drills at illggins fc McKlnneys LOST a gold Odd Fellow pin F L T Inscribed Leave at this oRlce YOUR account is ready Please call and settle at once bliss Llccle Beaz zey STOCK your winterfoal In Augutt and you will save money J H Baughman S Co WE will till your coal house during tho month of August cheap for cub J U Baughman A Co DONT miss this boys winter under wear alt ilxci 30c quality will close outsat 15c Buy now J P Jones onUpperCollege Inquire of E C Walton Gov BnCKHAM has proclaimed Mon day next labor day but this olllce will bo open and ready for business as ue ual FOIlSALH My deans with six acres of ground whore I now live Easy payment Martha J Vande veer Miss SAORAY photographs r will bo In Lancaster from next Monday 0till Thursday evening Go and your picture taken THE L t Nwill sell roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati at one loco So D10 and 11 account tbo Annual Coio cd Baptist Convention Tickets hut 0rHuatoIs was secure d number of subscribers to stock In the betoIs compa has leafed a bodof land In Wayne county In the oil halt and close to sev theroreason a le as good as those at Neoley qr Sunny Sllvoh0rs are j at and County Clerk George li 1Cooper will Walt on you If you wish take a share or so Wbllo thousaD of others are making moony out of the oil business Stanford people might as well rake In a low dollars that Mr Fryo owns several shares In Neeley Co which he has refused 1150 each for They cot him 810 per share TUB State Board of Election Com mlttloners mot at Frankfort and named county commissioners from each dominant party la the lit counties of the State and these are tho ones appointed- In this section Lincoln J M Alva r HepubIIcanW Welsh Casey J P Wilkinson J T Dover Garrard John W Flowers cxOov W O Bradley Laurel G A Wren C W Jones Pulaski G Stairs James K Wesley J Harvey Dunn Dr J M Williams Wayne Lewis Coffey John W Tuttle Whltloy Walker Mason L L Pcarco Under the new election law the sborilT of tbo county la chairman and the 3rd member of the sward and has no voice In matters only when disagreements may arise and then bo seta as tho umpire G A R REVN Tito mambo of the G A R pots of several coo ties are gathered at Crab Orchard where the dnnual reunion of Lt Sov proZbyCommanderlion J Mort Rothwoll delivered a wel come address on the part of Crab Or AtLOrneyWllllatnsponded in behalf of the visitors A big dinner was enjoyed and at 3 In thc afternoon the Infantry parade tlaco Today Rev Stamper of D bourvllle and Dr W M Dooros Crab Orchard will deliver addresses and the cavalry parade will bo given For tomorrow the last dav speeches Russellly of of Lancaster The old comrades will In ireIn a picket skirmish in the after noon At eight the boys who woro campfirestight over the battles of some 40 years pastimesOrehhorand to make the old fellows feel at home ITEACHERS INSTITUTE good report of the teachers Institute was furnished b Jsecretary JAfterdace by Instructor Patterson Miss ate Bogle presiding at the organ the bject of Arithmetic was takes up After an Instructive talk by Prof Pat turson on Arithmetic the following teachers gave practical and Interesting talks Compound Numbers tire M J laCBaycIMentalSpeers Method Prof Patterson PrI mary Reading Misses Annie McKee Amanda Carson Lena Griffin Esthe i PDrHlckleF Thompson and T J North jAftereubJecadiscussed by Miss Annie McKeo J Tw Philnlips The subject of Child Study was then taken up and dltcutted at length by the following teachers Dr Hlckle making an especially Interesting talk Dr fickle MUs Stella McCIory M L Marcum Miss Vlrgle Worrel Prof Patterson and Tilden Singleton The subject of Language Lesions was then discussed by Prof Patterson In an ad mtrablo manner followed by Mines Cettle Thurmond Lena Y well and D1re Naonfo Saufley WEDNESDAY MORNINO Alter singing Miss Myrtle Qugh residing at the organ Prof Patterson conducted the devotional exercises At ter ron call the subject of Grammar was taken up and ably discussed by Misses Lilly Peyton Stella McCIary lubJectPycholoCftlng one and was discussed very ably byR W Hunn and Miss Vlrgle Wor ret Prof Patterson then gave an In terctllng and Instructive talk on Nature Study followed by Miss Magglo McCarty Prof Pinkerton was made an honorary member of the Institute The subject of Reading was discussed ligllyPinkerton and Judge Saufloy and after singing My Old Kentucky Home the MroWEDNESDAY AFTERNOON andIIstgarvo ftol MUs Ac Rich Tho subject of History was then taken up and discussed by H S Young E Tarrant Mist Isabel Ross K G Martin F J North and Miss Ritchie all of whom acquitted themselves with- credit Tno query box was opened and some very Interesting questions were asked and answered The follow rowere made honorary members be demos D B Edmlston M J Harris Misses Ruth Ellersnn Ritchie and Mr John F Edmlston After singing the Institute adjourned THURSDAY MOnNINO Lawds al exercises conducted by Rev Pinkerton tbo roll was called otter which somo whhean by Prof Patterson Instructive talks on this subject wore also made by Mlee Viola Brady EstHer Burcb Prof B Pinkerton and others After recess upon motion of Prof Patterson t teachers voted to hold a joint tnetitu p with tho teachers of Boyle and Garrard counties Mrs Woods gave an Inter cstlng and Instructive talk on Temper onto Advanced Reading was then Ino traduced by MUs Lucy Reynolds dls cussed by W T White and Mrs H D Phillips Judge Saufloy was called upon to discuss Itwby teachers should lehave a good knowledge of civil gov ornment ami gave a most instructive and entertaining talk The institute adjourned until 130 P aL THURSDAY AFTERNOON After singing Miss Lewis presiding at the organ some unfinished work was taken up and discussed Various sub jects relating to trustees were discuss ed Dr W B OBannon gave an In trusteeua condition of the Leacbersllbrarysbow tarog0 orincrease since ho came Into oaten Af tor the Institute adjourned It Is likely that the Institute will complete Its labors and that a final ad journmcnt wlllbo mado at noon today Tho following teachers aro attending the Institute Misses Lilly Peyton Georgia Lewis Esther Burch Maggie GooaofLe na Yowell Lutlo Johnson Georgia Newburn Jennie Pottue Lula Hop kins Lucy Remolds Lena Griffin Ada McWhorter Ira Williams Dloadam Spears Nannie Saulley M J C ran Arthur Hill Henry Phllllpa Green Misses Viola Brady Cot le Thurmond Stella McClnry Florence Bibb Alice Alcorn Kate Bogle Ora Caldwell Annie Rich Emma Barber Annie Jtord Dr fickle Diners 110 Winfrey L R Hughes J J Durham R W Hunn Charles North T H Singleton C F Thompson FJ North Jacob Elder G SlaglotonrlJ O Gooch George urtis WD Huffman E Tarrant K Martin M Mulling E L Gooch naysEugeneYoung E E Young J T Roberts E Lunsford Roberts TILE open session of tbo Teachers Institute at Waltons Opera louse last verylarjoop ened tho program with prayer afterI whlrt Dr W B OBannon extended n cordial welcome Tho first number was a violin duet which was exquisite Peonyrenny at the piano Prof Patterson not well and could not tell the audience What We Saw at the National Attojlatton A recite bytley and a recitation by Charles Saufloy ere all well rendered and received Miss Lilly Peyton very beautifully sang Ben Bolt and Miss Anna Darer who always recites well gave one of her best selections The debate resolved that the population Increasing faster renderIngwas decided by Judges B J Pinkerton Brlllbtlnfavor DrFW the negative side Samuel Severance sangAsleepMill Polly Traylor her fam bileea8 Amuses as as en byMrsWarren T D Rangy and J C Mc C lary was very good Indeed Prof L R Hughes was chairman and made a flrat rare one It was not on the pro gram but tiles Nell Warren gave a pretty mandolin solo with piano ac companiment by MUs Marie Mahony eCOLTEOAIlsewhere next annual session of this well koaty and popular school for girls will open hadonlabed and will bo found to be a most convenient and comfortable home for familyliveate personal oversight of all girls who board at tbo ColegeTbe recitation refittedaucccttful school work Prof Pinker ton has secured as assistants In tb work of Instruction Misses Mettle OlgaButtellMisses Paxton and Ballou are too well known ID the community to need any commendsaof the primary department and will also give Instruction to the classes in elocution She Is a lady of refinement and culture is a regular graduate of the LouUvlllo Kindergarten Training School and has had a long and suttees ful career in Primary and Klndergar ten work dyaevening and the lights with the excep burningsinceclnnatl yesterday to get a now shunt SAM HUMDER who with his brother was shot by James Nick Smith at Crab Orchard somo time ago died yesterday afternoon Tbo Negroes went to Mr Smith e shop it is said for the purpose of doing him up AT the top of the first column of our econd or editorial page youll see bow to vote Remember It only requires a tamp of the stencil In the circle under democratJsq RENTTha grounds and resi heBence portion of Central Christian Col loge Hustonvllle See B J Pinker ton Stanford or James Frye Huston vllle On Saturday Sept 14th 1901 s At p on the streets of Hustonvllle I mlfarmTaylor and containing 4u acres more or loss Particulars on application to me at Ilnidfordsvllle Ky MRS V A OWSLEY COMBINATION SALE At the homo of U n Bruce four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike on Saturday Sopt 7th I9OI H D acute and 81m Slaughter will sell the following described property About 20 bead of horses and mules 40 bead of milk cows and calve and yearlings ISO sheep and lambs 20 head of hogs 5 sows and pigs farming Implements consisting of wagons plows harrows mower al buggywrent the grazing privilegeoil ISO acres untilblurgrass nod over Including straw Jan 1002 also S acres of millet J acres of Horghuin and 600 Carrels of corn and va hempbreakatO1I sharp PUBLIC SALE atChof McKlnnoy on the McKlnney and Mt Sale pike o- nSaturdoy Sept 14th IOOI farm of 103 acres well Improved with commodious residence Tho outhouses are InhnltptecaaatatlAqlofuhoraea1 cows yearling person cattle calvos hogs ohcep Ac A Sold of about 23 acres of corn will also be sold Will also dlspule of large amount ut household and kitchen furniture farm wagon and spring and farming lm pletnents Terms mine known on day of sale Nun PKIBCILLA DROWN McKlnney Ky T D EnBD Auctioneer BARGAIN PRICESIn Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save callaCRAG M CCK JRo e Cheats t Stoves Stoves Ranges BRIGHT JR Case Hosiery Direct the mills sold middle profit hose knee heel and toe 10 cents full size heel knee and toe prie 20 cents Lisle 15c The are fast youhavet PI Stanirod Em I Better I Than I Ever FancyGroceries ware- Rdrlgeralors carrythe JOHN CO A of Misses seamless black ribbed guaranteed twothread double price Boys bicycle guaranteed double Ladies seamless ribbed finish above goods absolutely black JOHN JONES The new fall line Zeigler Bros shoes for ladies and children We h have all the new lasts and leathers asfj1You are never disappointed when you Zeiglers ShoesIIsplendid wearing m let us show jjCom 1 Severance sonSeJ BUGGIES I I I The Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky We Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price From 25oo TO 50000 We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people For Them Tinwau China Ice Cftl and see our OperaHouse New Columbian and full line of other and Also Salt Lime and Cement from and without the mans i of For and you Pay 1forsell on u smaller margin than any house in Central LincolnjConnty toveret Bruce a Bright9 Danville q J w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at twndclatt matter 2IVo bUllbc1u5IIT and Frtd i 1 PER YEAR CASH Whn not op ldJB3OO will becharged r MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over an farms only at 6 per cent Long time and easy payments W A TRIABLE 3m Stanford Ky A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflotOTf McKoberU Drug Store In the Owtlej I lJulldlDl- ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office ovor Higpins McKinneya Star Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop 1CoKimiey Xy lake and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meat Shlpstui Bran Chick en Feed Ac Vrtces very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Executors Notice i The creditor of D W Vondeveer decd are liercbuy notified to present their claim against said estate by Sept 1001 dull proven as required law All person said estate are requested to settle This Oth day of July 1U0- 1MMITIIA J VANDEVFEK Executrix of the will of n W Vandereer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Bones and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FARm FOR SALE I Containing 1S3 acres two miles south of McKinney on Mlddleburg ITS acres under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessaryoutbuildings to- both well watered be In two tracts of about equal amounts or as rt whole For further Information call on or address J S MOBLEY McKinney Ky H L RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock J100000- tiacocetor to The Firmer Bank Trust Compan and under saws management conttou- touily for 35 Years Solioits Your Bank Account Hoping such builnrM relation will prove mutes ly beoeflital and pleu DIlL vCTURSt J B Fazton J 8 0le1 Sr JNJLWCarwnter W H daramlni J E Lynn h ribank J F Cub J B Owsltr- IFFICER3I 8 fli Shanks President J BUnle tashter- w u i Ast Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY- a plUlStok 150000 Ssrphi 110000 This Institution originally ertabllihed u lbs Us posllBank of Stanford In ISM then reorganized ai the National Bank ofStanlord In 1863 and Icalr eorganUed aa the Flnt National Dank of Stanford a 1832 has had practically an uninterrupted u1lt- Incetor years It U btttcr supplied now will facilities for trantactlngbuilnns promptly and I rally than eYer before In Ita long sod bonoiati career Accounts of Indlrlduali fiduciaries ad lndlTldu liioliclted omazttoas F Reid Llncoin Co STUarrU J S Mocker WP Walton II JllColHerCrabOrchd M DElmoreBtanford J 8 rrci lnti J W Hayden Stanfor- a U Banghmsn TP11111 W A Trl blIIJut Roblnton Hubble orrtaas Hocker J J McEobeils Cubic t Valuable Property For Sale I I wren to sell privately my dwelling and lot at Turnerartlle house ISA comfortable one and there Is on tllo lot a store house blacksmith shop and tenanthouse Outbuildings lire numerous and In ood re to me for terms and a further descrIption propertyMRSE BAILEY Turnersvllle Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE BYe Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement o o Write For Pet- ersMONEY I Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned On them to J S OWSLEY JR Stauford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of losees I recommend to nil property owners of Oa sop and adjoining counties The Home In surance Cominny ot New York represented Jesse StAnford Ky On if I Insured my property In the abcye corn pany and lost my property by fire June IS which the company settled with me promptlyand liberally ltespecttully OEO O UA IS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept IS and 10 Eves examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours o a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PBOPBIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind- Ing and that I will At all times furnish the best o- fFlour IMoal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promisIng to give you thfl very best et me that I need your patronageMORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slain 6 PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS win be In Diorlllf Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdsyt and Sat urdays Olllce In the P nntngton BulldlngtSUnford Ics boon to x1 to 4 r x OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Dr Ktrasvllle Mo depends on theA T St111 ot of Anatomy and Physiology for Ita re lulU Itrequneinolsitb no drug no rubbing no surgical claim Jnlng super latural Tlews man ass machine of so many are rU properly Us keynol sitedand notoveworked health It the Some of the diseases treated by ui Nervous Headaches Neuralgia ItbeumatUm deaartpIi etraandyLung DIeases Llcla Conltlpallon- PllesOatllitonCl Goitre lrosttateall btom- uh and Intestinal trouble Dlteaics ol hones Jlnll Curratures Dilocatlonl Itlif Jolnta u Incontinence Urine XOmotor Alas Is female Diseases a specialty Consultation FrH IJ + G + 1c 11 Y UNDESTAKSR Manufacturer and Dcalearln HARNESS SADDLERY SsO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSV- NDERTKERS DKALKU IN FtiruHureMattiujsRuRS And WallPaper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give a call Prices rightthemI STANFORD KENTUCKY MIDDLEBURG The rains continue pasture Vero never better but crops are BulTorlDg for the lack of suneulnia The peaoh crop in Casey tb the best In many years There U one Jrower near Ml Olive who has been baullng the fruit bv tho wagon loads to Sam set Danville Barrodtbur eto ODd yet they are rotting on the ground by tbe bushels Tbe outlook for a good yield of par trldpe were never more flatterlo Tney fly up by tbu dozers In Itlmost every field and woods In which the pedeetrlun mlcbt be roaming vblch means a haven to the lovers of tho profitable sportsman In the near lu tureWe are bavine one of the best schools In tbe history of MIddlebui College For one time the public and parents aa a unit speak most highly of Profa Davis and Depp and their able assistants The attendance has reached 113Down with the tollgates should be the slogan of all Caseyltea who bave the Interest of the county and people at heart but they should not be dispense with by raider but by the ballot and unless all signs go for naught tollgati will be voted down by an ovcrwhelmln majorityA meeting will commcnc at the Christian church next Saturday night to be conducted by Rev Gillian the pastor Rev J B Ferrill preach at the Baptist church Sunday to a good sized audience Alvah Lucas most ably filled the pulpit Sunday evening to a crowded house In our writeup of a few weeks ago of tbo doings of Mlddleburg boys In olds parts of tbe country we Inadvertent eft out a couple of our promising lads Edgar Miller bas a position in a marble works in Cincinnati 0 while Vai toy has a lucrative position with a railroad company in Montcomory Ala The health of tho community at large was never better there not bclni a serious case of sickness Late re porte from the bedside of our forme tltlzen W T Durham now pf Waym ounty are very discouraging Oats anham who was pretty badly shake up a few weeks ago while playing ball la up going around Reports have been received here of tbe foul murder of Willie Sbclton short an adopted son of James Short Sr but as tbe reports are socontllotlnc the writer is at sea Various reports have bad the trouble in Lexlng toD Fulton and Tennessee James Short left Tuesday to Investigate Full particulars as wo learn them Mr A Hall has In bis possession a ome made purse made in 1832 The puree is In good condition and promise service for many year yet The writer bas a nine by 12 two page shoal pub sued inside of tbe Federal lines at Jatltochcs La In April of 04 The beet booms Lincoln and Johnson for resident and vice president respect relyProf Perry Wesley who teaches the bile school three miles South ol town had a battle royal one day last week in which the doughty little pro 2seor was ably assisted by his army of pupils The whole cause of the trouble was a large rattler which however 8S noon dispatched The snake cared 11 rattles and measured 11 feet moro or lees The LXTERiOit JOURNAL and the Courier Journal continue to be the fa orlte newspapers with the majority of asap readers regardless of party and why Because they are thecheap est and the best Tho I J has a larger Irculation in Casey than tbe combined circulation of all other country weeklies The C Ja subscription list rger than the combined Metropolitan list Tbe wrltar bad the pleasure of pay IDUa visit to tbe busy little village of lortwell a few days ago and by tbe way It Is one of tbe busiest little burg 01J the map It keeps Ambrose and eorge Humphrey busy waiting on their continual stream of customers wblcb Is most gratifying aa their pa tron8 come from the four winds AI iot as many goods are now being sold at Hartwell as In Mlddleburg J C Colllnsworth of the Bethel vl ally was In the burt Saturday glv IDI us tbe latest agricultural tips and political gossip from that busy section MIs8 Susie Eaton has returned to her homo In Washington county Mrs lacD Royalty has returned from Lex- Ington whore she visited friends and relatives J W McWborter Jr who bas a lucrative position with a marble works In Cincinnati Is visiting friends and relatives hero W T Lyon Clay Vest and Arthur Short are in homo irolD Wayne county Cbarloy Spears wbo has been cow punching on the exat plains for the past year Is visit- Inl his parents and many friends Aunt NaDcy Ann Lanham who lives tbree- and one half miles South of town Is visIting her eon Col W Lanham near tanford What most people want is something mildaDd entle when in need of a phys Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver fill the bill to a dot They are IITablol8 tako and pleasant in effect For- eeal by Craig Hocker Druggist By the death of Mrs Zlna R Young only four widows are left to cherish the memory of Brigham Young MISS I OLLY TRAYLOR Who will represent Stanford In the cl ocutioccry contest at Lancaster Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were adopt ed by the Hustonvllle Masonic Lodg No Hit F and A M on August 12 1901at a meeting held at their lodge WHEREAS it has pleased Almlght God the Sovereign Architect of tbe universe to take from earth and fror us our honored and beloved brother James Walker Given a member of Hustonvllle Lodge No 134 who as a fond father and devoted brother and a Mason and a friend was over faithful to any and all trusts duties and dare lions within the length of his cablotow Therefore be It RESOLVED That In his death his family loses a perfectly devoted aches and brother his friends a true and tried companion the church a devoted member and Masonry a aealous and unfaltering member to their cause 2 That a copy of these resolutoos be handed to the bereaved family and a copy be sent for publication to the Masonic Homo Journal and one to the IN TERIOR JOURNAL and that the usual badge of mourning be worn by the brethren and that a urge be set apart on the record book of Huttonvillo Lodge No kit dedicated to his virtues and memory- B B King Dr J C Barker J W Lockrjdge Committee on Resolutions QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still baa the largest said of any medicine in time civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or AugustFlowercementation of indigested food regulate he action of the tfitlmnlato the icrvous and organic action of the syi em and that Is all they took when feel ng du and bad with hedaches and other iches You only need n few doses of GreeD August lower in liquid form to- mako you satisfied there is nothing serl the matter with you Get Green Prize Almanac For sate at 1cnnyV Drug Store Stanford Fair Dates Mlddlesboro Au2U3 days Dar stown Sop 36 days Rustell Springs Sep 34 days Ellzabetbtown Sep 101 days Bowling Green Sep l0L days Springfield Sep 114 days Glaegow Sep 184 day Louisville Intermto Fair Sep il12 days There It more Catarrh In this section of tbe eunlry that all olterdtwaa put together and intll the lut few years was tupnowd to be In and ffQOOUMlrIt l anl by ronitantly tallloK to cure with such tdlei int iircDounrr1 It Incurable Sclenrereat mere catirrh to la eooitltatlonal dlwax has- hereforerequlrerontltutlooaitreatmentl stalls Catarrh Cure manufactured by A Co Toledo Ohio Is tbe only coaitlutlonal ure on the market It Is taken tntrrnallytln dOlln- rom drops to a teaspoonful It arts ttrerllron Ihe blood and muious lurra fcj ot tbe ays ln They flerone hundred dolltri for any raw t alls to tUre Send lor circular anil Mtlmonlala Address F1CIIENEVacuTotrio0S- old b dniMliU 7Jc Halls FaiuiTjf This are the toil un 860 Round Trip Via The From DanvilleTo Account G A R Encampment Sept 1014 w C Kinearson G P A Cincinnati v Get Rich I t Otters bave done so why cant you Deposit your money with tho THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT COs OF LEXINGTON KY lllicrD it will be safe and Incr- easeWhile You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent n Stafford Female College s Christian Home School for the higher education of girl and young ladles Has all the grades of the best city grntntnsrJschoijU nnd In addition the lull regu best female in the KtaUs Four departments of Italladdress E J PSNKERSON Prin J Stanford Ky State College of KentuckyTho Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study ylz ltiolot fcal Mathomatloal Normal School OIaslcal Mechanical Engineering lleclrioal Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four year and loads to a degree 1 Post graduato oourw of study are also provided leading enchto n matters degree Each course of study it organized under separate faculty The general faculty numbers mono than thirty professors Instructor APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent in dormitory COUNTY and U they remain ten months traveling The laboraforie and museums art Urge well equipped ooniprchenslva and modern The lat legislature appropriated J50000 for a college home for young women and a drill ball and gymnasium hat been provided for men Military tactics and science are fully provided for u required by Cbn gfCeGradualea from time AflVerarceufSel of study readily and lucellen post- lions anti liberal remuneration The demand is largely In excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation was 820 For catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to- JAMES K IATTEHSON D LL D President Fall torm begins Sootombor 1901 LBXIMTOS KY Good Bye Stanford Great Removal Sale of the Racket Store Wo have decided to move from Stanford to the East Now will Le your last chance to buy your falland winter goods at prices never heard of before Cashmeres worth 36c per removal lalo 171 cashmeres worth 26c removal sale price lOci won ads worth removal sale price 23c per yard drew goods worth 7o removal eale II rice 31c patont roller shades and fixtures nt So lace curtains at We a pair ma Nine thread 2 spools 5c hair pins 3c a cabinet elastic webbing 2Jc per anl la1dice collars 2c Oca pair worth WetbuttoDI3 dot fur 60 all atza silk thread laces embroideries ribbons goods and notions at 33c on ledollar Clothing made for the fall and winter of tOOl and IbOl Men a 15 suit for tUS 110 suite for fl48 f6 suits for In IISi 1873 suite for ISC8 mimes all roolpanU worth 82 a pair removal sale price 74c knee pants at He a pair mens ivercoati rom f 100 to double eutpmider He a pair toys shirts 8c od thousands or other bargains which we hue no place to mention Side will begin Tuesday Aug 27 IDOL and continue front day to day until everything is sold House and lot for laic also hone surrey cow spring wagon binder The Racket Store Stanfordt fPrices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietory LampsJIuFull InwjB vo offer the follow 1lug to clo o 150 Lamps at 100h175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145I 300 Lamps at 213 I GEORGE H FARRISCO We Will Talc In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kindst Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford f MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KYIA FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls J W McCARVEY JR PrincipaljFaculty of ten teachers who were educated at the loudlng Institutions of America and Europe have mado brilliant records us Instructors every one a specialist In her de- tmnnt Music deportment fiM ntlnnhllw strong School and qulpment excellent tare No fuuy teacher Frequent Illustrated leettires tree the principal on lush recent travels In Egypt Palestine and FuropDo I Ightful and healthful locations only one serious case ot sickness In 12 year ifgher than other first class schools nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue if t f