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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ptst1VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 619019 A M NO 53 MT VERNON Cave of ecarlet fever aro reported Various parse of the county The peach crop Is much larger than expected and can be bought at 40 cents per bushel hero Dr Ewers began tbo Fall term of Collegiate Institute last Monday with a full corps of competent teacher It is said HBmp Mlze would come In Friday and turrendor It will bo re membered ho killed Bob Whitakcrlail weekThe date of the annual meeting of the Telephone Astoclatlon to be hold Ovrcnsboro bat been changed to Oct lit and 2d The Teachers Institute la In session and U being conducted by Prof March Densmore and Mrs Putnam of Berea College Tho date of the third annual meeting i of tbo Kentucky Telephone Assocla lion at Owensboro has been changed I s from Out 8th and Olh to Oct 1 and 2 P D Colyer county attorney has I gold his farm bore to Sparks k WIN llama and will move to Alton Ander ton county where be will go Into the mercantile business T Hackley living on Hanging near Hubble lay ho hoe never 1J a bull frog In that portion of Lie county and Is arranging to bayo t some shipped from this county to stock bis pools Tno board In selecting text books fort the county schools used no partlalltyas from the list It appear that every book a publisher was recognized The book dealers claim they cant handle tbo as sortment with any pronto O W Miller formerly of Crab Or tI chard with his son Joe arc running a big ranch and farm near Bliss Oklahoma They raised 10000 acres oft wheat thus year and used 30 hinder t pulled by 250 horses In harvesting and I threshed out 160000 bushels Judge Williams gave a reception Wednesday evening to the teachers and friends attending the Institute Mr and Mrs M C Williams are here tram Stanford President Frot of Derca College Is here Rev H C rPayco and family of Chicago were here during the week Bo was pastor of the Christian church at this place In 1801 An aged Negro died suddenly In KlchoUsvlllo Wednesday afternoon It was supposed be was penniless but upon searching his room nearly a thou sand dollar In gold and silver was die I covered wrapped In some rags Dank bills were also found but had been so mutilated by mice that they were worthless Dy the connection completed at Kentucky river last Saturday this part ot the State as far down as Darbourvllle Wllllamsburg and Somerset and Intermediate points can now got telephonic connection with Lexington and lure r rounding territory over Independent lines It was through the work of the Dattln company and allies that this has been accomplished w Men as well as boys who have a pro pensity for throwing stones and other missiles at tho glasses or Insulators on telephone and telegraph pole bad best take warning from the experience of Tom Naylor a white man and Nick 1 Park a Negro of Garrard county who n smashed insulators some months ago on Crab Orchard and Lancaster line t Tboy were arrested Naylor forfeited t his bond which his bondsman bud to pay 300 Parks was tried Tuesday and given two years In the pen Joseph Poyntcr who was crushed by a horse falling on him last Tuesday died Saturday and was burled at Free dom Sunday He never regained con sciousness after the accident Tho family has had a remarkable train of misfortunes In the past fow years Ono of tbo boys was killed while braklcg one lost a foot by tho train running over It four of the children died and the family has to mourn tbo lath death Mrs Poynter has been se for somo time and was unable 4now to the scone of accident some two In tho country O Hackloy of Lincoln late at Harvard In electrical has secured a position with a firm In New York City and went to work Immediately after leaving school McCreary Frith of Brodhead j U a boss boy cake walker Mrs tV T Short who has been seriously for y sometime Is bettor Mrs Sue Mul line was up from Livingston for several days with her sister Mrs Joo Poynter The writer was over at Mr J T Hack leys Saturday and Sunday last to meet Mrs S G Maret and daughhtor of San Antonio Texas whom ho bad not seen for 26 years It Is of Interest to know that on a level pavement a pull of 33 pounds will It takes 40 draw a ton on macadam pounds and on rough gravel 147 pourfds I 1For a bad taste In the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab Blct For aale by Craig Hooker NEWS NOTES A young fool dud rmclf to death at Laport Ind Rev Moses Harvey the renowned historian and scientist le dead The old Stephen Hays homestead In Lexington will be removed to Dayton 0- The First National Bank has been Incorporated at Carlisle with a capital of 25000 A prominent Chicago man Is In trouble for having smuggled 825000 worth of jewels Tbo steamer Gold Duet which cos 820000 burned on the Ohio but there was no loss of life The Cotton Belt train robbers are supposed to have sccurco 130000 There wore only six of them At Montgomery Ala L1lieU shot and killed Charlie Martini as the re suit of trouble over a woman The will of Zack Phelps was admit ted to probate The entire estate of about 1100000 goes to the widow During August tho mints coined lID 140310 as follows Gold 10760000 silver 3141000 minor coins 1210310 Three Louisville Investment companies have filed deeds of assignment The combined assets will be under 500 Tho Texas Millers Association reports a shrinkage In the wheat crop of that Stato from 16000000 to 5000000 Parker gave a strong charge to tho grand jury at Lexington urging that tie gambling scandal bo probed to the bottom Dr Samuel Porter a noted teacher of the deaf and dumb and the oldest graduate of Yale In point of matrlcula tlon died at Farmlngton Coon At the closo of business Aug 31 the National debt less cash In the treas ury amounted to 11030310600 a de crease for the month of 5400607 A monument was unveiled near Wilmington Del marking the battlefield where It Is claimed the Stars and Stripes wero first unfurled In battle The railroads In the United States contributed 50000000 to the public revenues last year In direct tares the railroads In New York paid 4600000 James McGarry an oldtime saloon keeper of Chicago and tbo original Mr Dooley of Archoy Hood made famous by Finley Peter Dunne Is Ie riously In Chicago The 100000 bet between the English syndicate and a group of Pitts burgers was finally arranged It Is 150000 to 250000 tbat the Shamrock lifts the cup There are no conditions as to accident Tbo steel strikers seem to have lost out There were breaks In the ranks of the strikers as many as 400 return- Ing to work at one plant and 150 at another Various other plants are pre paring to resume Tbo annual report of Health Offlccr thpastLouisville making the death rate 16 per 1000 which is lower than In most cities the size of Louisville A company of Colorado capitalists has been organized to build an electric railroad to tbo top of Plkos Peak It will cost 500000 or more and will start from Colorado Springs or somo point on the Cripple Creek Short Line Marlon bL Ford of Elmwood Tenn paid 2100 for the finest fresh water pearl in the world It Is perfectly round and white weighs 110 grains has a flno lustre and Is tbo size of a large rlngman used by boys In play lag marbles Maj James Gcddes of Nashville has been appointed assistant general manager ot the Louisville Naehvlllo rail MajGeddolhis 50th anntAursary in the service ot the company James Andrew Scott of Frankfort has accepted employment to appear In defense ot James Howard when his trial for the murder of Wm Goobel Is called In the Franklin circuit court next Tuesday Associated with him will bo Thomas R Gordon of Louis ville and James A Vlolott of Frank fort Tho demurrer of Commonwealths Attorney J E Rowe to the Indictment against him for malfeasance In olltco was sustained In circuit court at Ow ensboro holding that ho must first bo Impeached Rowo was Indicted for compromising gambling cases out of COUntHo was also Indicted for mis conduct but that Indictment was dis missed There It more Catarrh In this section of the ccuotiy thin all otkenltoua put together and until the lut lei yeah WM supased to be In and rronoueurIt WleIIlaU1CatarrhCo Toledo Ohio lithe only oonitluttonal cure dOnlrolllTheyoaeronecure end lor circular and twtlmonliU OSoldUalli Faulty lllli are the test L STOCK CROPS ETC ILAND retailing hero at 13 76 a bar relW A Underwood sold eight heifers at 25 S J Myers sold to George Rankin a pair Of mules for 8185 The condition oftbo cotton crop Is below the 16 years average J F lack has engaged 2300 tur keys In Washington county atOo- Deazley fires bought of Armstead Droaddu a carriage marc for 130 J H Dautrbman k Co arc buying dallytto Wes Icy of Lancaster a bugey mare for IiI Six extra good Aberdeen Angusliull calves for sale J S Owsley Sr Stanford FOR SALEI2 ewes and five South down bucks Powell k Harper Hue tonvllle KyaJoe Jordan of Atlanta bought of Deazley Dros a couple of good geld Ings for 250- Hubble it Cain Somerset bavo 30 twoyearold steers good colors and dehorned for sale W A Trlbblo delivered to D N Prewltt 30 hogs 140 pounds average at 5c bought a month ago PaR SALE21 1050pound cattle good ones Address W A Spragens Powars Casey county Ky 4t Beazley Dros bougnt In Marlon county from various parties 11 mares and geldings from 8iG toI50 Tbe Kentucky report shows tho con dition of corn to bo 01 per cent of an average crop Tbe tobacco Indications aro 78 per cent of a full crop- J H Daughman S Co have bought In the past 10 days about 10000 bushels of wheat from various parties at 65 to 70c the latter price being for extra seed purposes Tbo highest price paid for hogs dur log the past seven years was recorded on the Sioux City la market Satur day reaching file Tbe average cost for the day was 601 C F Neagle of Lexington has sold a pair of heavy harness horses to C D McCormick of Salt Lake Utah for 3000 One ol the pair Is by Danville Wilkes and the other by West Wilkes Clarence Vanarsdall got 115 pounds of gropes from ono vine from which he made 12 gallons of wino The vine Is 00 feet square and tho variety Is the White Martin Harrodsburg Demo cratTip Bruce made nine entries of his fine span of harness horses at the Shel byvlllo Fair and took eight blue rib bone and ono red Two of the premiums amounted to 850 each and one of them to o k Lyons of Augusta Ga bought 13 mules here Friday and Sat urday at prices ranging from el35 to 1175 They epee bought four horses at 150 to 1200 Another party bought mules at 1120 to I4250Glasgow Times L Kaltreldor of Pennsylvania pur chased 40 mule colts at an average of 128 A T Gill sold to W A Kendall 2a twoyearold steer that tipped the beam at the unusual weight of 1451 pounds at 4icParls News James Dozier bought of Zena Cobb 60 fat huge to be delivered Sept 10 at 6 40 A few hours afterwards Mr Do zler sold 40 of them to Mr Christian of Fayctto for 51 pocketing a nlcoI profit on the deal Richmond Rue Curry real estate agents of Harrodsburg closed a deal for M J Farris for the sale of the Dall and Helm farms near Cove Spring to Robert J Langford of Illinois Tbe two farms contain 310 acres and the purcbaee price waIIUOOOAdvocate Secretary Hester of the Now Or leans Cotton Exchange estimates the cotton crop of 10001001 at 10333422 bales an Increase of 047000 bales over the yield of 18091000 He places the average commercial valuo of the crop at Ui 03 a bale against 838 65 last year Tho Register says that there were about 1000 cattle at the stock yards Monday but ranged rather low 3o being the highest Eubanks Jr Hubblo bought nine mules at 850 to 800 One large handsome black mule two years old sold at 8165 Weanling mules sold well From 75 to 100 brought prices ranging at from 820 to 160 HARRODSBURO A good supply of common cattle on the market court day Prices ranged from 2i to some thing over 3 coots The Davis land situated on the Mackvllle pike was of fered In parcel but sold as a wbolo to W W Poteet at 1 43 an acre There were some mule colts on the market that brought from 830 to liD Tho land of J C Dean three miles from town was sold by tho master commissioner Fivo hundred and eightysix acres brougt 35060 and 62 acres sold for 82 830 It was bought by eight of the 15 heirs J S and B M Drltton here bought the Will Nichols farm of 160 acres near Salvlsa at 2060 The next day they declined to sell It at a profit of 500 Democrat Collector Dentons last months re ceipts were 132092 56 oo r LANCASTER J C NapIer our exropreecntatlvc fell from a train at Paint Lick yester day morning A shoulder was dlslo Gated and Dr Klndalrd was called to dross the wound Teachers and pupils are alike busy making preparations forthe opening of school Monday An excellent faculty ot teachers will have charge and a large attendance Is anticipated Rev A R Moore closed his meeting at Hubble Sunday night with 34 adds tlons of which 26 were baptisms Rev Moore will spend a part of next week at North MIddletown with his father and mother and on tbo 15th will begin a meeting In Maeon county May bo have as good success as be did In the one JUt closed Mus Lizzie Beazley of Crab Orch ard Is visiting at tbo Sympson Hotel Miss Bessie Moore of Danville is tbo guest of friends hero Miss Mary Arnold has been quite sick but Is better Mr W D Moss and children accom panted by the formers motherinlaw Mrs Katherine Colson returned from a delightful visit to Middlesboro Miss Myrtle Drltton Harrodaburgs repre sentative in the contest last evenings spending the time with the family of R A Stone Miss Bono West who has typbold fever Is improving wo are glad to note Miss Allle Arnold is at home after a delightful stay with friends In the country Mr P M Smyrcs and Dr Boxley and Misses Desslo Elkin and Amos Jones of Round Hill attended the contest Dee Turner our excellent marshal la In Richmond on very Important business W R Datson is holding down the Crab Orchard Exchange for a Jew days HUBBLE Jess Swope of Morrlstown Ind is visiting J E Eubanks S M Spoonamore is having H C Taylor to build a nice house over his cistern Dr Htckles school opened up full again Monday morning after institute week which speaks well for him as a teacherMike Rogers and family have come back to mako their home near Hubble S E Owsley and family have also come back for the same purpose Elder Moores protracted meeting at the Christian church closed Sunday night It resulted In 26 confessions and baptisms and six others taking mem bership making 32 In all James McKechnle sold his crop of hay In the stack to Luther Underwood- for 45o D N Prewltt bought some 150pound hogs of L G Hubble at 6Jc and somo lambs of Luce Bros at 2tc Mr Uenagcr ot Wayne county was here this week selling shares In the oil fields In that county Some of our boys took some stock but we will not give their names until some returns come In Some of the colored brothers and sisters called on Sam Wade last Sunday evening to pray with his wife who Is thought to be dangerously ill when some of the sisters got to shouting and stirred up a bumble bees neatand the whole house was a scene of confusion until the matter was better understood Some of the ladles ot this community have organized a peach peeling society and help each other peel their peaches consequently a wagon goes each day to the knobs for peaches and it Is said that the peaches dont fill as many cans as common I dont see why for sofar I have heard of no restrictions as to chat NOTHING LIKE OIL In dealing with man remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so good for children as the oldfashioned castor oil However much they may ab hor it it Is their best medicine for dls orders ot the bowels In the more severe cases of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic tholern and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates and a quick cure is sure to follow For sale by Craig A Hooker Speaking of his address of welcome to the Knights Templar at Louisville Sam Jones says Col firecklnrldges speech was a marvel of eloquence and beauty Since Dob Ingersoll quit tho platform I think Col Drecklnrldgo Is perhaps the finest speaker or orator on this continent WATERtCURE FOR CHROMIC CONSTIPATION Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each maal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold abouttwo hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exercisewalk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and In many cases chronic constipation may be cured without the use of any medl cine When a purgative is requited take something mild and getle like Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets Nor sain by Craig Hocker COf II f i trti AK At w = f cIL We Still Have Some Bargains left 1 tf EProcescontinue the Closing Out jm another week Cloth fJjJiJII t 1ITPAYS TO TRADE AT i THE 1i jYour money back if youre not satisfied 1 MILLER HIRSCH Danville 1 M1 Successors to J L Frohman fir Co Ultras perfect Very 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 TUEUPV FARMER r J USES UPTODATE I J1 MAQlI RY HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford Id REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean1and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS j t 1 DRUG STORE GO TO W B McRoberts 1 f Druggist t For Wall PaperiWhite Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed t Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish land Varnish Stains t L f iA THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Democratic Ticket For Slate Senator GEO T FARRIS for Reprcunlatiti F NORTH For CoujUljJtdge t1 JAB P BAILEY For County Clerks GEOBN COOPER ForCotcntyAttornty HARVEY HELM For Gherif M S BAUGHMAN For Autuor M G REYNOLDSFor W I HERRIN For School Svperinitndtnl GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON Tat Candidate tor Railroad Commluloner for the 24 Diitrict subject to the will of the democracy WHEN thieves fall out honest mcn may get their dues and the thieve their punishment In a dlaputo over the division of the money raised in the mountains to aid In their defense lor the murder of Goebel Jim Howard and Caleb Powers convicted of the offense fell out and fought in the Franklin county jail Howard got the best of It laying Powers out with a deep gash In his forehead with a heavy Ink bottle severing an artery In the temple and rendering him senseless Howard claims Powers cursed him and assumed a threatening attitude Powers denier r this and claims the attack was unpro f voked No one was present but J K Dixon the creature who had colle ted the money If the row will cause these partners in crime to tell on each other perhaps both of their necks will snap At any rate there Is a better chance that the truth will be told f AT the request of John Hurst Judge Moss of the Harlan circuit court Is sued an injunction to compel the county clerk to place his name under the party device as the republicans held no convention and he was the first candidate to file an application for the nomination the other candidates to be placed under devices selected by the clerk Jndge Hobson of the cocrt of appeals has suspended tnls Injunction and his court will decide the question of dissolving It entirely at the September session Mr Hurets contention seems untenable and he Is pretty sure to lose out WHEY it was charged that James Andrew Scott told Youtseya friends to get him to confess to the conspiracy to murder Goebel and thereby hang Tay lor and dn the republican party the organs of assassination could not say too many mean things about him They have changed their tunee now that Scott has accepted the leading counsel part In the defense of James Howard What a difference to be sure does it makes whose ox is gored RATS never deserted a stoking ship as Sapps following In Louisville Is deserting him But few of his socalled nominees will stick the others de dining not even so much as with thanks By the election It looks like there will be no one to oppose the splendid democratic ticket that has been named to fill the offices in the Falls City and that it will be elected unanimously IT is said that Bill Yost Is honing for the republican nomination for judge to- succeed the late I H Goodnight The old turncoat has been descending the plane of public contempt for several years and when he lands under the log cabin his disgrace will be complete After all the democracy has done for him ho ought to be hung by the heels till bo Is dead for turning hlsTiack on it THERE Is a movement to institute Impeachment proceedings In the Leg islature against certain court officials In Eastern Kentucky who are protect- Ing Berry Howard and John Powers It should be done by all means It Is a burning disgrace to tho State to per mit such a state of affairs and all who are responsible for It should suffer the extreme penalty of the law THERE Is nothing like taking time by the forelock The Marlon county democratic primary to nominate a c- anrefor circuit clerk has been called and fixed for April 5 1002 although the present Incumbent holds till Jan uary 1004 Tbo reason of toe precipi tancy Is not given DR PEYTON HOGE la out with along explanation and apology for performing the marriage ceremony of Coal Oil Magnate Flagler who has a wife In the asylum As ho hot it Is saldi a fee of 81000 for tying the knot It Is easy enough to Invent arouses for doing so Ecuador pas flnally decided to fight Colombia TilE office of sheriff seems to be the especial envy of the turncoat pie hunt ere In Mercer as in this county a former democrat who strange to say and to this present shame be It said was a confederate soldlc sought and obtained the nomination for sheriff although he Is now a deputy under a democrat In Lincoln we have the sad spectacle of a man whom tho democrats made alt that he Is turning upon them and seeking to be elected sheriff on the republican ticket after having held the offlco as a democrat five times Gratitude to ea nothing of principle should have beldI these men In line but those be unknown qualities to bolters an turncoats They are laying up however for a day of sorrow and regretl for what the democrats will do to of them will be a plenty and a caution against such a reprehensible course as they are pursuing We are satlifie that the entire democratic ticket wlU be elected In both Mercer and Llncol and are doubly sure that the sherlfJsI on both tickets will read their title clear The democrats have It In for them and the republicans generally are suspicious of those who change their politics for the loaves and fishes and they will be taught a lesson the will give them something to cogliat upon the rest of their lives TILE card of T S Burnam who was nominated for the Legislature by tho republican county convention in Mad- Ison positively declining to make the race falls like a wet blanket on repub llcan enthusiasm He U a son of State Senator Curtis F Burnam and brother of Appellate Judge A R1 Burnam and was nominated with a view of defeatlni Charles L Searcy democrat Hon B B King of this county has not yet signified his Intention of accepting im molatlon at the hands of Hon M F North and being a wlso man ho doubt less will decline with thanks The republicans are not so cock sure of thing is they used to be and have given up ill hopes of electing a Legislature MR BRYAN I getting reckless as he ets rich He paid 85 for the National Watchman Newspaper the other day which was like burning money Dowi his way ho might buy two for a nlckl and get the worst of lt- POLITICAL Since January 1 Vice Presiden Roosevelt has received 2000 invitation to speak Twenty indictments for frauds In the recent primary were returned In Whitley county The Alabama Constitutional Convention adjourned sine die after the new institution had been signed by all the delegates It is said Col E H Taylor of Frank fort will shortly aunounce hls candidacy for the democratic gubernatorial nomination in 190- 3Congressman Grosyenor asserts The Intentions of the republican par tyare always good What country It that Is paved with emGlasgow rimes Kansas City Mo organized the firs Roosevelt campaign club for 10W Thirty such clubs have been started ic Cansasln the last seven on eight days and many are being formed in Nebraska In a speech to laboring men at Kansas City Mr Bryan said that the solu Ion of the labor problem is legislation or equal justice before the law He held that the strike Is the only weapon the laborer has at present but it Is weak and Inefficient Ex Gov James B McCreary of Richmond whose prospects for being the next U S Senator from Kentucky are very bright spent the day Friday at the Germantown fair and was the uest that night of the St Charles Hotel this city en route home The gov rnor Is looking after his political fences but as far as Mason county Is oncerned ho need have no fears Jaysyillo Bulletin THIS AND THAT Fire at Emporla Kan caused a loss of 8100000 There was a balance in the State reasury Aug 1 of 810403355 The last came first in the Dash stake at Sbeepshead Bay Heno the last In the Futurity won John D Lankenau the Philadelphia philanthropist who died last week eft 81500000 to charity Howard says bo struck Powers In heat and passion and la sorry for it He paid his doctors bill Yesterday was the closing day of the abate on the preamble to the proposed new constitution of Virginia All the locomotives of the Southern aclflo railroad will be equipped for the burning of oil Instead Instead of oat Aaron Kohn has declined to act as leading counsel for Caleb Powera on account of his personal relations with the late Gov Goebel Judge Buckley decided against the prosecution In the pool room cases In oulsvlllo and sustained the demurrer uashlng tho Indictments The yacht Columbia champion or- of 1899 has been chosen to race against Jbamrock II In defense of the Amer cad cup The Constitution la too erratic pJ JLOUISVILLE Great Closing Out To Quit t Business Sale Still Continues r During this sale one dollar will buy two three and as high as four dollarsworth of uptodate merchandise HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS of 300 Ladies ShirtIChoice worth 75c and 1 at I All our mens fine 75c and Straw Hats for this sale II 25 Silk Parasols sold at 2 250 and 3 go at I 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 150 Shoesonly 24 IBoys left latest toe well come quick for a fit It all be at at be go at r Levi Carroll a Negro was Icgall banged at Macon Ga for double murder Peaches are so plentiful around Ial Ison Ind that they are selling at 10 cents a bushel- D S Gay bought of W M Rob 1000 bushels of grass seed at 43c Winchester Democrat- A new telephone company to operat in Kentucky Indiana and Ohio wa chartered at Dover Del A St Louis boy killed his 10 year old sweetheart and shot himself because she refused to marry him Yesterday was McKinley day at the Buffalo Exposition and a great crowd was there The presidents addres was timely and eloquent Arthur Howard an American deserter who it Is charged commanded the Filipinos at San Mateo whore Gen Lawton was killed is ia jail at Manila Wm Payne 85 and four times a widower of Paynes Depot Fayette county married Miss Lou Roztslle Ii young woman of Ashland Mr George Llnney of Kansas City was married at Danville to Miss Nlni Van Pelt youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs S D Van Pelt Miss Rosa Green was married at Lou isvlllo yesterday Afternoon to Mr Tel emaque Kessanly of London England Her marriage will mark her retire wont from the concert stage Rev D J K Maddox of Hartfofc Ky a wellknown Baptist minister filed a suit for divorce from Mrs N A Maddox alleging abandonment It Is said Mrs Maddox will make no do fcnsc IN COUNTIES Danville Is trying for tree malt de liveryThe Neeley Oil Company In Wayne has struck It good and strong There are 20 cases of typhoid fever In the Pellytowu vicinity In Adair county A Negro beggar at Nlcbolasvllle died Tuesday whoa 8150 were found tied up Ie a dirty bag where ho lived Col W C P has ac epted a chair In the faculty of the Central University law school The Record reports the ealo of three hares of stock In the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster at 8110 Frank Gay WA Powell and D J Powell have brought suit in the circuit court at Richmond for 85000 each against Berea College for libel for lubllehlng In its school paper thut hey burned a echool house In Jackson county i8get 39c I 98c 0 r 25e 49c I i 89c The Louisville The Baptists will build a 810000 col loge at Irvine The Democrat says that J C Ke ley of that county was a feature of the court day crowd Be Is feet 7 Inche tallThe Home Cooperage Company of Richmond has closed a deal with W T Mahaffey of Berea for 100000 whisky barrel staves for 830000 The alumni of Centra College law school has raised a vigorous objection to the removal of Gov Proctor Knot from the head of that department James Chummy aged 18 years son of Dr W T Chumley shot Georg Black colored on Smoky Row Hat rodsburg and Inflicted a dangerou wound Wllllamaburg will soon have one of the finest hotels in that portion of thi State Dr E S Moss has erected a threestory brick bultdlng with 40 room which will be fitted with all thi appliances of a thoroughly modern no telMr W Reed Embry son of T P Embry of Madison and a recent grad uate of Centre College Is one of th four orators selected by the committee to deliver an address at tho Confeder ate reunion to be held In Louisville Oct 22- The sale olcocalne has increased tc such an alarming extent In Lancaster that the city council passed an ordl nance prohibiting the lalo of such drugs except on a pbysloIana prcscrlp lion under a heavy penalty A prescription must be procured for every sale Doyle circuit court will open Monday with 35 equity appearances 23 common law appearances and 73 Commonwealth cases The case of the Commonwealth against Jim Dan Pope for the murder of John Baker at Mllchellsburg Is set for Monday and the Montgomery case for LIBERTY Bid K T Williams will hold a fe ries of meetings hero beginning Mon day Sept 8 Tho Baptist meeting which was con ducted by Revs Farrell and Compton closed Thursday with only five addi tions viz MUses Ida Betty and Mamie rilford Edna Prize and Francie Port manMiss Viola Farrlll spent Saturday und Sunday with Misses Betty and Lu die King Cecil GIbony and Willie Stagg Jr hayo typhoid fever Mu- M E Tarter and son Gube aro very sick Miss Sue Wallis quite sick Mr John Beldcn Jr Is better Mr Aus Bowman and elsler Miss Lucy attended the fair at Columbia Mhs Florence Mclnlnch is visiting Tiere Neglilj Mens 150 Shoes coarse and Ifine go at this great sale if at only 1Mens 15c quality 4ply Linen styles to select from at the un usual price of Mens 175 Pantswe have tir only 75 pairs left and if you want a must come at only n n Childrens Fancy Hose i 25 cents price WE EVERY ARTICLE AS We will positively close out does not about the must sold quick Some half and some less than Nothing reserved All less than half Store MATRIMONIAL NEIGHBORING Brccklnrldgo TuesdayAdvocato different quickgoing worth NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Peering llarveater Extras and Fixture but keep none but the genuine UnleM the aamt tiering on them you may know they are not genuine- D a OAUIESTEIt Iluitonvllle GREAT BARGAINS I TillS 1IONTU I have located at Crab Orchard la Ota Holme store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of Riving you people worth of your money You will alway and bargain at my itore I am telling secondhand Clothing to new alio new Clothing and Gent Furnishings Goods Fine Shoe late taps etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronlte me promltlng you fair trfatnrnt I give n cordial Invitation to vlllt the- Cincinnati Bargain Store Crib end see me when you come to town We tell flour and meal front ilorrla Fred1 Farmers Holler Mill Stanford at price It sold at tho Exchange CINCINNATI IIAHCAIN STORE M IlEISKK IRon CINCINNATI fALL FESTIVAL- Sept162B EXCURSION RATES To The Queen City Greatest attractions over offered Flora- lpngeantnljtbt pageant Industrial parade sacred concerts park fetes mid way reworks etc W a lUnearson O T A Cincinnati NEW LIVERY STABLES V7 BU2K2 S31T Iron JUNCTION CITY KY tFtritClaai Turnout ut Reasonable Rates 181eclal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale HotelMRS UD SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished j clean beds splendid table Everything first class Porters meet Ml trains 89 49c Ira i 98c I QGI eJ 98cLlOc ItGUARANTEE ADVERTISED matter pricethey price price 1and Mason Its a Long Subjectabut were going td tell only ray ttel abut It For thirtyill yeasrunny tbbtjrMtcn IpcorkBut they are better dorm than they IN teStn They are not only prtftnd to thaw The Man From Mbtwirl b tbtjr are too day showing the men and fWD mm al boys of all America haw garment can ke rmde tomcaiurc maJetefit task Ujrlttdy thipcly and utirfictorfly M about Mt rMlft twothirJi at much at other ttfort iw sNyoscharge If you could be udafieJ of this you wtei very promptly drcUe to Pay Less and Dress Better IWebaveloring We carry the complete Royal line and are thawing over five hundred patterns In beaute fill suiting sod overeoatingi this ntEvery reader of this paper h invited to jail of In fact ought to call ant tee these good and lam price i mm Mcdary lStanford SOLE AQENTSI FOR RENT Cottage threw roomi rind kitchen Placeti 8olofruitMilS MARY VTIIORTQN r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Snrx 0 1001 TRY tho Judge Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work Is unsurpass ed Try us and bo convinced Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss LINDA MILLER wont to Dan bas gone to Crab for a few days the liveryman has TuesdayF but is improving IlowI THOMPSON Is ru Ashbys place on the A GARDNER of Mil sourl Is visiting Mrs W A Under wood MRS JAMES DUNN and children of t Danvlllo are visiting Mr II J Mc Roberts MIss LlN LITIIUOW and Lon Hud son of Louisville are with the Misses Poland MRS WM MORELAND of Lexington is visiting her daughter Mr W ti C Shanks Slits HUME LOGAN and son o Louisville U visiting Mrs James H Baugbman MR GKOROB D FLORENCE has gone to Georgetown with a vlew of entering college there MR L S Moons will go to Jlllnol next week to visit his daughter Mrs R T Smith Misses DEBBIE AND LUCILE MBNE PEP have returned from a visit to Glas gow and Louisville MR A T ROIIARDS nud wife of Mississippi arc the guests of Mr and Mrs A M Poland MIUB OWSLEY and Will Manta have returned from a volt to Mr aid Mrs J S Wells at Danville I MR C H HAY DnN of the Louisville poitoRtee dopartment Is on a vaeaUo- to too his parents and best girl E S ALBRIGHT the jroung t and handsomest editor In the Slate was down from Mt Vernon Tuesday Miss MATTIB SACRA of Stanford visited her sitter Mrs Merrill during the past week Lancaster Record Miss MINNIE STRAUU went to Lout vlllo Wednesday to assist her sister Miss Dora In buying fall millinery MR RHAM LEAOHMAN sonda for the iNTBRIOR JOURNAL to be sent to him t at Agana In the far oft Ladrone island Miss RACHEL ALLISQN Just returned from the Pan American Exposition Is with her sister Mr Mary Burch JAILER CEO W DEBORD Is In SWashington county looking for a farm Ho pas accompanied by his son George Mns E B RICHIE and Miss Jennie Richie attec a summers visit to friends hero left yesterday for their homo In Texas IIns M C WILLIAMS and her sitter Mrs Sam Booker of Russollvlllo who Is her guest went to Mt Vernon Tuesday afternoon P 1 MR CICERO REYNOLDS says bis daughter Mrs A P Burro presented her husband with a lusty young demo J crat a few days ago MRS WALLER CIIFNAULT who has been visiting her sister Mrs E B Bcaxtor started on her return to Fort Scott IaI Tuesday ifDn AND MRS CHARLUS P HAn 1 of St Louie nro expected to t morrow to visit their parents n itaod Mrs Steolo Bailey Lou SHANKS and Mr Will t Severance returned from Shelby count ty yesterday Miss Anno Shanks went on to Buffalo and Now York COL J H MILLER of Stanford knqwn to the reading public as Hap py Jack camo up Saturday to visit t his Madison county kin folks Climax MR JOHN BRIGHT JR who has had typhoid fever wan at his store yester day looking considerably the worse for wear but etlll In tho ring for the sale of low priced groceries R R GENTRY of Danville has rented of Mr M F Elkin his residence on Lancaster street Tho hegira u those who wont from hero to Little Britain seems to have commenced Mn D M BUTTON the capable foreman of the Harrodaburg Democrat woa hero this week to take down the IN TERIOR JOURNALS big Campbell prpss which ho did with dispatch being ably assisted by George C Keller another natural mechanic Mn CLARENCE E WOODS handsome L wife and pretty daughter Mamlo Mil far were hero yesterday returning to Richmond from a six weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs which they l pronounce very delightful Mr Woods is ono of the best men in the State and a friend when ho 1s a friend that Is a fridodi ROHEHT S LYTLE who moved here about a year ago from Stanford I has purchased the handsome Rust The Newshome on Lexington avenue is glad to note that Mr Lytlo baa do tided to make this place his perron sent homo Dr W B Penny has rent v ed the property from him and ho and his wife will Board with Mr and Mrs Penny Danville News d 1 MRS JOSIE Massy Is down with ty phoid lever Miss DORA BACQHMAN entertained the Tennis Club very last nhtbtIhomo much to the regret of her legion of friends Mr1Opcnaleltls at Nlcholasvlllo Mn JAMES MARET of Mt Vernon Mrs Smith Marot and daughter Mrs Richter of San Antonio Texas and Miss Sandlfer of Danville visited Mr and MM J T Hackloy and family LOCALS GOOD lot of boards on hand G H Farris k Co SCHOOL books and school supplies at Craig Hookers SCHOOL BOOKS andschool supplies at Craig Jr Bakers LATEST Improved Superior Grate Drills at Higgins d MoKlnneys1 OLIVER plows wagons Disc harrows Ac at Ulgglns it McKlnnoys 2t HORSE tTOLENW MWilder of fers a reward for a stolen horso See 1ad MR J B HiuaiNS created a room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL building and will open a grocery store In it WE have plenty of all kinds of feed such as bay corn oats and sblpstutl Cheap for cash J H Baugbman a Co FOR SALEfly dente with six acres ft ground where I now live Easy payment Martha J Vando veer M F KLKIN lost a pocket book con taining Iii either on the L C N train or between here and McKlnney Re ward for Its roiurn reeladence portion of Central Christian Col lego flustonvlllo Seo B J PInker- ton Stanford or James Frye Huston villa TilE Lincoln County Medical Society wilt moot at Hustonvlllc Sept 10 Dr Bertie Carpenter will open tbo discus stop on Mammary Abscess nod Dr L Cook will read a paper on Dysen tory Tlis ladles ooieiv of the Baptist church will meet with Mr B L Rlnehari this afternoon at 2 UO DUll ness of Importance anJ full attendance desired A C SINES allure Is ono of tho worst on record His liabilities are over 16000 and his nominal assou lea they tlOOO This olUco catches it for tUOO Referee J N Saundcr says creditors will not get over 5 cents on the 8t TITS Silvers Oil Company to operate In Wayne county epld through G B Cooper CO shares of Us stock hero a 810 a sbaro This complete tho amount necessary and an organization will bo bad at once Hustonvlllo people are the principal stock holders Tilt first dividend of 60 per cent ID favor of the creditors of the Somerset National Banking Company of set onclatyns proved amounting I10S816GO has just been declared It looks like tho stockholders will have to bo assessed double their holdings lacryear and ho can say without hesita tion that the Stanford people are tho best served of any place bo has tried Postmaster J C Florence gives his patrons a prompt and splendid service OLD CONKEDS meeting of tbo veterans composing the Kentucky dl vision of tho United Confederate Vet crane Association wlllbe hold In Louis vlllo tho 22d and 23rd of Octoberfor tho purpose of electing division comman derv and tour brigade commanders and for the transaction of such other bust noel as may properly coma boforo tbo Campfrodsburjr the D M Logan of Lancas tor Roll the J W Grlgaby of Dan ville are with others brigaded In the nth with Gen A H Sinclair of Georgetown commander OIL AND OAsMr James Frye promoter and prospective president o tho Silvers Oil fc Gas Co was boro yesterday having printing dono for his business Ho tolls us that his company Is capitalized 83000 which la to be used In tho work or as much of it as la necessary thorn being no speculative feature In it Tho company has leased 300 acres of land at too mouth of Cedar Sinking Crook in Pulaski and tho prospects for oil very tine parties in 1866 having struck It In good quantity while boring for salt A derrick has already been purchased and a man se cured to born the well The stockhold ore principally Lincoln county gentle men arc tailed to meet at Burnsldo noxt Tuesday when an organization will bo effected Mr Fryo 1s very en thusiastic over the prospect and la confident that ho baa a good thing b CASH for eggs J B jiggles at tbo Depot BEFOREbuyinggaadrlll see Geor o Farrle fc CoaITnE Garrard gganjury found 63 adjournedI big lot of o McClary COMING to court Monteday to Sov bykindboarder at the Miller rOil dence on Lancaster street Mrs A B Withers WE arereceiving now Fall good all the time Come and Inspect our stork Severance t Son BAM PERKINS a toNegro was fined tS for fighting John Eogleman onISEPTEMBER 22d Is the last day for filing claims against tho county to be allowed at the October term Goo B Cooper clerk THE INTERIOR JOURNALS two revo lution Campbell press has been sent to the Harrodsburg Democrat and the excellent Babcock cylinder of tbo Democrat will be sent to the Somerset Journal TilE trial of Jim Nick Smith for the murder of Sam Bomber was set for next Tuesday at Stanford and for shunting another Humber for Saturday HI Crab Orchard before Judge Andrew Buchanan THE trustees of the Stan ford Male and Female Academy hoe tendered the school to Rev S M Rankin and ho has accepted to commence Monday tbo 10th Young men wish ing to be prepared for college should attend TILE L N Bollroundtrip tickets to Cincinnati atone taro Sept Hand 15 limited to Sept 23 account Cincinnati Fall Festival Agents at stations within 190 miles of Cincinnati will also sell at Is Sept 10 to 28 in elusive goal limit Sept 90 Tim Baaiin Telepb one between Lancaster and Richmond was cut Wed nesday night near Point Leavcll and several hundred feet of wire stolen The president of tho company has of farad 1100 reward for the arrest and conviction of tbo miscreants FATALLY STRICKEN1Cpt Will aCurd a lawyer and a gallant soldier of tbo Lost Cause Is oat exported to cur vivo He suffered a third stroke of paralysis yesterday and Is In a critical condition Years ago ho was editor of the Somerset department of this paper and did his work with great satisfac Lion NOTICE TO TAXPAYEnsDeelrIDjl- to collect all outstanding taxes during my term of office which expires Jan 1 1002 I earnestly request all taxpayers at once to pay some and save tho 1001t0 county court day prepared to pay S M Owens sheriff 2t Tile first sentence in tho State under the law prohibiting the destruction of telephone property was Inflicted at Lancaster Tuesday Mack Potts a Ne pealtoline between that town and Crab Orch ard Thomas Naylor a white man forfeited his bond of 8300 rather than tako the medicine promised STANFORD WON A reporter of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL enjoyed thorn elocu tlonory contest at Lancaster last night and bad the satisfaction of seeing tho Stanford entry win tho diamond ring Miss Polly D Traylor who recited Womans Rights was declared tho winner and tbo decision was a vary popular ono Miss Myrtlo Brltton of lIar rodsburgrendercd yhe Gypsy Flower Girl and got the sodond prize a gold watch The management Is to bo con gratulated on the great success of tho entertainment SERIOUSLY BCItTWbllo drlvln down the hill this sldo of W H Mur phys Tuesday night Mr W Cola Myers horse ran swap with him kick ing as bo ran Mr Divers was struck In tho head back and taco a hole boo leg cut through his cheek and ho is in a vary serious condition at the homo o hla father Leo Myera The vehicle tbf v Lanbam a boy was sent for S J My ers who lives in town and his horse toll hurting him qulto painfully TilE county board of election com missioners composed of S M Owens J F Rlgnoy and J M Alvorson mot Wednesday and organized for business by electing Mr Alvorson secretary of the boird the law making tho sheriff chairman They adjourned to meet again on the 20th to select the precinct olllccrs for the November election and request that tbo two county executive committees band In their Hats for ape poln meat by tbo board to the score tary by the 15th They propose tho secretary Informs us to select from tho llste furnished the very beat mon for nfllpnra CHURCH MATTERS The Baptist church at Burgln has Rev R H Tandy of Falmouth s pastor to succeed Rte T H Cole man who resigned several months ago LynchburgIng secretary of the Baptist Home Mis sIon Board to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dr F H Kerfoot An American Negro Bishop was loudly cheered In the Ecumenical Con green in London when he denounced lynching and many of the delegates from the Southern States walked out The Ecumenical Methodist confer race began in Wesley Chapel In London Tuesday Nineteen American bishops and 270 delegates will partial pate In the mecottng Bishop Gallo way of Jackson Miss preached the opening sermon Rev J W Hagln returned from his vocation yesterday at noon but was called back to Shelby vllle this morning by the death of his uncle Mr A T Hagln which occurred yesterday at noon He will return however In time to flit bit pulpit Sunday Subject Vis leas odd Tasks The tent meeting closed Sunday night At the afternoon services that day Rev Andy Johnson asked that all 8goodlydo then seated them and asked all Sanctified Baptists to arise and three stood up but when ho called upon all sanctified Presbyterians to arise not one In tbo vast crowd stood up There were about 37 confessions Harrodt burg Democrat ESTRAY Rod whlie ilioulilers nock and head- uoderblt In left ear wolgbs about 180 lbs otkeopJ H McALISTER JR 10 REWARD Stolon from my home near Stanford on fathoodsmain I will give 810 reward for his return to tne at Stanford W M WILDER LAND FOR SALE Slxtynloa acres being the balance of the Roundedbp towslimitswhcle or divided Applvto Mrs Wm War Harrodburg NOTICE ShropIhlredown horseMheelsale L C DUNN Ml Salem Ky Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your styleExperiencedteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H GREEll Stanford Ky On Saturday Sept 14th 1901 At 2 p Coon the streets ofHustonvlllc I will rent to the highest and best bidder IITaylorILtlIradfordlvlllelty FARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm of 317 ACRESThroe and one halt miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky COMBINATION SALE At the home of U D Bruce four mjles from Danville on Lancaster pike on Saturday Sept 7th IOOI It D Ilruco and 81m Slaughter wilt sell the 20Rcows und calves and yearlings ISO sheep andYwagons plows harrows binder mower al buggytworent the grazing privileges on 230 acres of bluegrass and clover Including straw until acresf trompbreaksat DA sharp PUBLIC SALE Owing to advanced age I will sell at public unction nt my place I J4 miles woes SalemSaturday Sept 14th IOOI My farm of 103 acre well Improved with commodious residence The outhouses aro 1ntand traced I will also sell a lot of person alty consisting of Jiorsoj cows yearling cattle calves hogs sheep Ac A of about 23 acres of corn will also bo sold ofhouseholdwagon and spring and farming Im plements Terms matte known on of isale MRS PmscitLA DROWN fpT PRIOESIPaints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call SCHOOLBOOKS TABLETS ETC CRAP G ICKIRO f Tbe We 1Grocerlcs Glassware ware l and see our New Columbian and full line and Salt and JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Look Mother LQQ 4 1 One Hundred Pieces Boys Underwear Shirts and Drawers From 6 to 16 yearsMw Heavy winter weights worth from cents each on counter this week at 15cents Dont worry howand we do this that tu us but if you have boys to for this this we claim is your golden opportunity to get just what suits for a mere All out for your inspection Come or your size be gone JOHN P JONES StttftDd f ISJ Alti Ftl ft G stitl 1 Bettera I Than I Ever The new line of Zeigler Bros 1 shoes for ladies and children We J jOurgood and stylish as made 3 I You never disappointed fyou buy Shoes For splendid wearing price whenI I Severance Coma and let us show you i ij 1 UGGIES I UGGIES I UGGIES I Largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles in Central Kentucky Have Now in Stock I 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price From 25oo To 5oooo We Claim to Retail Buggies Less Than Some people Pay Them Woodenware China RefrigeratorsIce Freezers Coolers Call OperaHouse 4theStoves of other Stoves Ranges Also Lime Cement I 25 35 go our markdown about why leave prepare school winter trfle quick will mi I fall can be are Zeiglers medium shoes buy J m ia iT f33 For For Our vehicles were bought Isell1Kenluckyover r 1 I Bruce a Bright Danville i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the po tojfflee at Stanford at iwndclais matterIrubUahclruSay ancSrz1cSvw 1 PER YEAR CASH JST when not sopaldfflSOO irlll tacharged MONEY TO LOAN t In sums ofone thousand dollars and over on farms only at 5 per cent Long time and easy payments W A T1UBBLE i 3m Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE I mrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlciow McRobsrta Drni SiorelntOa1rDu- l1dlnc I R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over iiiggins sit McKinneys Stor Telephone No 18 McKinney Roller Mills- J B McKINNEY Prop I XMoi2uloyw rMake and keep constantly on hand tbe fat of Flour Meal fihlpitulf Bran Chick en Feed Ac Prices very reaonable Cut tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Executors Notice I The creditors of D W Vandeveer decd are berebuy notified to present their claims rragalnet said estate by Sept 1901 duly proven as required law All person owing said estate are requested to settle This Oth da of Julr1901a- 1ARTBA J Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKYH- orses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FKRM FOR SKL6 I Containing 153 acres two miles south of McKinney on Mlddleburg 175 acre under fence and 185 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further information call on or address J S MOBLEV McKinney Ky Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call y Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock 1100090- HacceMor to The Farmers Bank A Trait Compan and under same management ouily for Years Solioits Your Bank Account loping such bntlnws relations all prore mutna ly benettclal and pleat DIR CTORSi J JaOwsley Sr JN Menefee A W v J E LyonS Shinki J F Cub J B Owilej OFFICERS IH PreslentlJ W M DrltLt out Cub t FIRST NATIONAL BANK f OF STANFORD KY h Capital Stock 150000 Surpliu J10000 TblstnOrottonoriglnallyettabltehed as tbs De t poeltBank of Stanford In 1859 theo reorjanlzed ai the National Bank ofStanlord In 1865 andigalj organised as the First Nttlonal flank ol Stan tore n 1831 kas bad practically an uninterrupted exist i locator 41 years It it better supplied now wit taclUUes for transacting Imslaeea promptly and rsllythsneTertaforaln Its long and bonoiab career Accounts ol tndlTlduali fiduciaries ndlndlTldualssoliclUdDiaXCTOIS J Held Lincoln Co JW Bayden Stanfuf i BTllarrli H Baugbman JSUocier TP Hill WP Walton W A Trlbbls Jl100UlerCrab Orchd Jaa Robinson Rabbis II OElmor Stanford orncaas- r JBlorker President J J McBob rU Cathie Valuable Property For Sale I I wish to sell privately my dwelling and lot at Turnoravflle The house Is a comfortable one and there lion the lot a store house blacksmith shop and tenanthouse Outbuildings are numerous and In repair Apply to me for terms and a further description of the lerty MRS SALLIE E UAILEY Turnersvllle J- ryBRDILLBHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICK I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- cesMONEY I Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J 8 OVVBLEV JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is order the water Is and- the shaded grounds present a pleasant ape Quests be atpearence Rates Adults 85 per week chit iron under 12 years of age 2 80 horses U50 week For furtber Informatlol apply toW M VAUGHAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept U and 10 only Eye examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD EY MORRIS FRED PnoratTOK 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 tht best o- fFlour Moat Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promisingto give you the very best result me bnt bear lu mind always that I need sour MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage Drs Slavin Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS- Will be In DtnrUU Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford TueUyi Thursdays and Sat urdays Once lo the Ptnnlngton BnlldlDgfSUnfordOi ace hours 9 to x to r OSTEOPATHY Tali Sdecc orglnat d and developed by Dr A T Still Of KirtsTiU Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Ita reo no rubbing- noaurtrtcaloperations tutu t no andclMmsthing super Oiteopalhyvlewsman ala machine of so many lit When aU parts not overworked healthare properly adJute1lLod Is the result of the dlseasce treated by us Nervous- Prostrationlfeadaches Neuralgia Rheumatism Catarrh Weak 1 Granulated Lids Goitre Heart unT and Lung DLwutI ConlUlatioa Pile Gill Stones Enlarged Iroitiat aU Stom ash and Intwtlnal trouble of Bones and J ot CunaturN DisioattonsStiaJolnu- ranifdsIncontinence 01 Urlnlll LocomotorAtaz la Female Diseases a p6clA tr Consultation ref J+ G + VJc ffYIi tTNDEa AXma Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLEBY 8iO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fi HAYSU- NDERTAKERS OK1LXSS tU Furniture DlattingsRuge And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnituro for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY MIDDLEBURG Sorghum making canning and dry lag fruit seems to be the order of tbo dayThe Mt Salem nine and tbe Middle burg second team will cross bats OD the grounds of tbe latter team Saturday ar tcrnoon Tho Casey County Fair Assoclatlo declared a dividend of 15 per cent which Is very flattering considering tbe very Inclement weather attending tblB yearS meeting A protracted meeting began at tho Christian church Sunday and Is being conducted by Rev Gilliam the pastor Large crowds attend and great mere la being taken end great good Is CODn dently hoped for Tbero have alreac been a few additions Capt flames the republican horn nee for county judge was In the but Tuesday shaking hands acd rcpalrin the fences The captain li cognize of tho fact that ho has a fight on h ls hand and unless present signs go tor naught he is a loser Mr William Steven wife aaa chili ran of Newton Kas are visiting at Dr J T Wesleys Mrs Stevens Is niece of tbe doctor being a Kentuck- Ian by birth but has made her home In the West since childhood Mr Storei Is an engineer on the Santa Fe Rout the only through line from tbe Golde Gate to Chicago Tho peach crop this year la the Ian est ever known In Casey county The writer was In a peach orchard In tbe Mt Olive neighborhood Monday con elstlng of 1200 trees all of which were heavily laden with tbe rich and lui clous fruit Fine largo Northern frul Is now selling at 30 cents while other peaches are going at 20 and 25c per bushelThe centennial anniversary of tbe Mlddleburg Baptist church will be celebrated hero the 4th Sunday In tbll month Great preparations aro bolo mrde and a good program will bo carried out The exercises will commune Friday night 20th and will contlnu over Sunday night when a protracted meeting will begin Great efforts are being made to have all the living ex pastors In attendance Mr Daniel Eason la visiting relative at Lancaster Mrs Rico Wilson and Halljofmd relatives friends count be past week Edgar Miller who hal been working for a Cincinnati marble company came In Monday looking omewhat Indisposed Mrs E S Fish er who has been at Joseph Price In Irmary at Stanford the past montb indcrgolng an operation Is reported ouch Improved and will be able to re urn home In a few days G H Wesley Is In Adair county J H MoWhor ter Jr returned to Cincinnati whore be has a lucrative position with a Lead Works Instead of Marble Works ai tbe types made us say In last Fridays luue A CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA Some years ago I was one pf a party hat intended making a long bicycle rip says F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford County Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of he Laceyville Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic holera and Diarrhoea Remedy I pur chased the bottle and took two doses oue before starting and one on tho route 1 made the trip scucesafully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an ittack of dysentery I bought a bottle of his same remedy and this time one dose cured me For sale bf Craig A Hocker The 2d Fall Festival will be hold at Inclnnatl from Sept 10 to 28 Inclu Blve Tuesday Sept 17 has been set apart as Editors and Authors Day and on that and the following day will bo eld the convention In which the lead l ig writers of the Ohio Valley have been asked to take part Tbo morning csslons will be devoted to addresses and papers and the afternoons to the ojoyment of the Fall Festival and the clty In addition to tbe regular exblb 1t8 of tbo Fall Festival upeclal pro rams will bo presented upon Music Han stage each afternoon and evening of the Feetlval The Flower parade will be on Sept 16 the Industrial parade on 20tb and the Night Pageant OD 25th The Q Sc C will offer espec illy low rates- Investigation shows that labor day not a legal holiday In Kentucky KINGSVILLE There li a phqtograpb gallery la townThe W O T U will meet at Pleasant Point Sunday evening Services at the Christian church Sunday morning by Rev Dr Allen Your correspondent will visit rela tives in Lexington the coming week John Walls was over from Stanford Sunday with relatives Mr Elrod of Somerset was hero Tueeday Dr C M Thompson has discovered copper on one of his farms near here at least It resembles copper and he Is going to Cincinnati shortly to have the specimens analyzed Miss Delia Leach Is of typhoid fe vorlMrs L F Johnson and little son Charles will leave In a few days for Lexington Ludlow Covlngton and Ve rona to visit relatives Miss Gertrude Pennybackcr Is at home from Somer set Miss Elizabeth McFarland of Knoxvllle will arrive Tuesday to visit her cousin Miss Gertrude Pennyback- or R G Hall Jesse D Wcaren an S M Owens of your city were bore this week Mrs Cosgrove and eon of Jee samba county are tho guests of her father Mr Berry Prulli Master Jesse McCarty Is qulto sick Mrs Dr C M Thompson and children returned homo Saturday from a visit to relatives at Woodstock Mr nod Mrs W R Cundlff visited Somerset last week Miss Flonnle May Ferrell of Somerset was the pretty guest of Miss Elizabeth Crolgbton a few days last week Mr and Mrs G L Johnson Mr and Mrs T F Johnson and Mr and Mrs Dye attended the G A R re union at Crab Orchard J H Watts of Harriman Tenn was the guest of relatives hero a few days since J E Crelgbton was up to see his bomefolka Thursday Mack Williams le at home from Crab Orchard Tenn Miss Eva Goocbof Waynesburg was tho guest of Mrs Qr J W Acton Mrs Emily Gooch and children have returned to McKinney after a visit to relatives bore Miss Emma Routen has returned from Lexington DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for couThs and colds Is all bur you want something that rill relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung rouolts What shall you dot Go to a rarmer and more regular illmato Yes If possible if not possible for you then In either cue take the only remedy that has been introduced In all civilized ountries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boscheoa German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates llie tissues to destroy the germ disease but Hays inflammation causes easy exrxrc ration gives a good nights rest and urea tbe Try one bottle Jtcc- Cmmended many yean brall druggists 10 the world Get Almanac Fo sile at Penny Drug Store Stanford Fair Dates Bardstown Sep 5days Russell Springs Sep 34 days Ellzabethtown Sep 101 days Bowling Green Sep 106 days Springfield Sop 11i days Glasgow Sep IB1 days Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 days A Kentucky debating society has one to pieces on tbe issue which is the moat flllln eoup or watermelon v sTII- EQueen Crescent and RouteI Pan American Expositio- nBUFFALO May lat to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and tpcclal train service will bo announced later Tbo ran American tho greatest American Expos ttlon slnco tho World Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARA FALLS ltxpoaldoufGrounds Free Reclining Chairs N QS a CsitO1- 11rlrV4 a sw- a1 itotal lwHr Ulnagirt rr r New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you havo a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronago will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andjseejus W W SAUNDERS COt Phone 88 110 West Main Street G feOthers have done so why cant you Deposit your money with tho t t Tit AYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KYtChore it will be safe and increase While You Sleep a JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent r Stafford Female College ruA Christian Home School for the Jhlgher education of girl and young ladles Has all the grades of tho best city grnuimrjichools and in addition the full regn lar courses of study of the beat femalo colleges in tho State Four departments of study Literary and Bclentiflc Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction in all departments by competent and experienced tenchon The next annual session will open Monday September S Tuition fees range from tlOJto Si per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks flOO For catalogue address E T P2NKEFTON PrlnrJ Stanford Ky State C IIege of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Uloloelcal Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extend over four years and lead to a degree Poetgraduate course of study are nice provided leading each to a mutestdegree Each course of study is organized under separate faculty The general faculty numbers snore than thirty profnwor Instructors COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent in dormitory fuel it they remain ten months trtvdlng The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 130000 for a college home for young women and a drill hall and gymnasium hoe l provided for men Military tactic and science are lully provided for a by Coo rOiltlonlability of tho college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 rot catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Fall term begins Sootombor I IDOl LKXISOTOX KY Good Bye Stanford Great Removal Sale of the Racket Storet Wo have decided to move from Stanford to the Eat Now will Lo your last chance to buy your fall and winter goods at prices never heard of before Otshmercs worth 35c per yard removal sale 17 J cashmeres worth 25c removal sale price lOo won leads worth oOe removal sale price 23c per yard dress goods worth 75c removal tale prico D4C patent roller shades and fixture at 8c laco curtains at 4Ic a pair ma 1ehlno thread 2 spools Pic hair plus 3e cabinet elude webbllli tie per anJ la dies collars 2c towels Do a pair worth I dos fur 60 all size silk thread Ic spool laces embroideries ribbons all kinds of dry goods and notions at 33Jc ou tbe dollar Clothing made for the fall and winter of 1001 and IWKb Men a 15 suite for 1248 110 suit for S4 48115 suits for 008 1875 suits ftr rUB mens all wool pants worth 82 a pair removal sale price 7Jc knee pants at tae a pair mens overcoats from f100 to double eunponders 8c a path boys thlrts 8c tad thouands or other bargains which we have no place to mention Sale will begin Tuesday Aug 27 1901 and continue from day to day until everything is old House and lot for sale also horse surrey cow spring wagon The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprlotor f Lamps In onlor to make room for our 1oll1ulII1W oiler time follow 1ing to close J 150 Lamps at 100 K 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213JJ GEOFIGEIH FARRIS CO Wo Will Take In Exchange Fore Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements I Harness c Live Stockof All Kinds A Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices t J Carson Pence Stanford MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND tKYA FirstClass Boarding School Tor Girls J W McCARVEY JR Principal acuity of ten teachers who were educated at the loading Institutions of America and Europe and have made brilliant records as Instructors every one a specialist In her de Music department exceptlunally strong School apparatus and rtequIpment excellent faro Susay teachers illustrated lecture tree by the prlnclpalOD his recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Eurono De j Ilghtfu and health ul locations only one serious case of sickness In U 0 hIgher than other Orltclan sohoola nor than many InterIor ones Send for catalogueD j