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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALu I ITvoL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1901 9 A M NO 56 1 r NEWS NOTES 4Czolgoiz was bed In eflljfv at Lex Fire al Salt Lake City caused a lots of confesses that the aisasslna tloa of tbo president was the result of a t conspiracy Paris Elk bought a 17600 residence 0 and will convert It Into a homo for themselves Henry Browning a Darren county farmer tulcldcd by hanging Had Health li aialgned Editor Howard Oratz of the Ken lucky Gazotto was stricken with paralysis at Lexington l Sam Snows residence In Clinton county burned together with HOO ho bad hidden in the attic Tbo body of All Berkley was found on the roadside In Mason county nilI brains had been beaten out John White carved bit wife nearly to death at Mlddleiboro using a razor Ii His oxcuao Is that sho Dirt Peter Jackson and his wife an aged couple woro found dead In their Hat at Chicago with the gal jets wldo open A section band named Long was kill cd by the collision of a bandcar and an Illinois Central train near Elizabeth townA cottage occupied by nonunion miner In Hopkins county was riddled with bullets but the Inmate escaped Injury Howard P Drawer broke the swim wing record at San Francisco by swim mlng three quarter of a mllo In 18 to minutes Jack Milo aged 13 and Wm Lob J 11 were caught by a deputy Ur S mar shal operating a moonshine Hill doe Pike county A Dltfbt doily ry of wall to hotel newspaper eBtaes add otbor playas In tbs central part of LouUvlH will be unaignrawd 01AuKuet tfowuekt a JeS rto TlHe to beekeeper li reported mUdo He was a oauiMKka of Csoiimt Buffalo boat and the police say JM bad sear chit vlese tA Huotloftoo W Va Johe brasled eves le MHuwiaa Lion of Pre ieat McKlo y until hU t toted Nj ane unbalanced mi thee ooru mitkdutrii The Begun Maoul Gaaiwny ol Lou wvliu bee 1ued ibe Pnrahr ri od Tele phone Corotov for 1100 d mtgt f at ieffud Whs a bees eooiunuJ by an crlasr liaJe neetli- Pleaee kill ale donl cnd fur a doer want to die said ttu young wife ofChsBlee White of Alilaad after be bad teat a pistol bull tbroufii her body JUM strove the heart Aaiuolo Uaffjrlo the alleged aaaroh 1st wbo It Mid to hare prwlcted UM MMSMinatto of President UeKiitejr wa arrMted al SM RIf M oa ti tructloo from Weatoleffioa Wm Nlenwa wbo bad base under the delasloa that the people wars try log u lynch him for the abootla of Mr McKlalay died a raving inonlne at ImnpinarybAt meeting of Louisville ollUena retoluUoas were adopted expressing sympathy with President MeKlnley condemning the assassins aoL and an arcby in general and pointing out t meant to rid the country of anarchists At a meeting of the hoard of Trus tees of tbo Reform School Tuesday It was decided to ask of the next Legisla ture an additional appropriation of 8160000 and an Increase In the per capita of from 76 cents to 8125 There are now 230 children at the Institution 30 more than tho allotted number for the buildings tAmeeting of the Goobol Monument Commission was held In Frankfort Monday and an executive committee was appointed to arrange for the erec tion of the monument The amount of the fund which has been raised by popular subscription Is 81332225 Hon James B McCreary was mado chair man of the committee 44The secretary of the treasury bas Is sued a circular giving notIce that ho will receive and consider proposols for the sale to the government of the Uni ted States bonds to the extent of 820 t 000000 Tho secretary has also directed that Internal revenue receipts bo deposited with the National bank do posltorlea to the par valuo of all bonds deposited This will release about 15 000000 l Emma Goldman was arrested InChl cage Tuesday on a warrant charging her with conspiring to murder the president She admitted having a slight acquaintance with Czolgosz but denied that bo or any anarsbltt she knew was implicated In any plot to kill fLbe president She also said she would not go to Buffalo without a requisition She was presented in court at Chicago and announced ready for examination but no attorney being present to rep resent her tho hearing was continued till Sept 10 The prisoner asked for V ball and the magistrate announced 0 that he would decide the question la ter A barbershop was blown up with dy namlte at Crlpplo Creek Joalah Gwln editor and politician Is dead at Now Albany Ind Followers of John Alexander Dowle wero Jgged at Evanston Ill J G Hardln known as Gov liar din Is dead In Mercer aged 76 The Paris council held an allnght session considering the sewerage ques tlon The International rood roads conven Lion will meet at Buffalo on tho 10th of September McKlnloyt assassin ambushed his armed band only Goobol murderer his whole person laISouth Africa which four year ago was 80000000 hoe grown to 820000 000 Hon 0 J Bronston of Lexington sold bis Texas oil laude to an English syndicate for 8530000 Ho retains 100 acresNearly half a million people witness ed tho parade of the G A It In Cleve land The line was miles In 10n thITobe Wilson aged six years robbed tbo WaycroM Ga poatoRlco of 80S which ho was blowing ID when Tylers barber shop Crlpplo Creek Colo was blown up with dyna mite but Tyler got out allvo He refused to join the barbers union Tbo twoyearold baby of Mr andI Mrs Philip Ludson of Buffalo W Va Is dead as a result of mosquito bites A swarm of mosquitoes settled on the child face and arms and tbolr bIte so poisoned It that It died in a few hours The Howard oats has been contin ued until tbo January term on a tech nicality whloh consisted In tho fall fro of the Commonwealth to notify the deteadant 10 days ION the opening of the tens bat It would lo Ut on a sew trial of the MM WWira OMMh Leeeburc Va bad placed enayasmlwtiekIn a 16foot drilled bole sod rammed the alxtfc bolD with Iron rod flU tatad remain were blown 25 feet striking a aegro helper and Injuring bum severely Another than we badly burl by fljtrik aoo- eWIIIIeDavuqdthre of Shoo Vallty ocilun of HulMkl died from lb filets of a pistol ball tired by a licarold playmate TIM owner of for plito binning be had removed tbe oaHUiwi from the weapon left 1- rIf the Ql Mreo could ploy with It with fatal retilU- It ba beta learned that Emma Gold aaa the woman aoarcbla leader beld elf ty oooferesKMe Ian Friday sad 3et orday with Ml LouU antichute In the eatoon ol Oeeei Kurieokoabe who eajfe tfcs l lava OeldiMa oiune then- Tbewdliyeight dlroetly from Clooia anti where rte bad only It brief so joero The ooMplraoy caeee of the Com ChaiIMaleyJustice and agalBBi Oroen and Wbar ton Golden and William Culioo wore called In the Franklin circuit courtand continued until the January term AJIas bench warrants wore ordered and a rule was Issued against the sheriff of Dell county to forco him to show cause why ho had failed to serve the warrant Issued at the last term of the court on Derry Howard- POLITICAL 11C Brown has boon appointed postmaster at Talmago Mercer county H C Evorsole has withdrawn from the raco for circuit judge In the London district ExCongressman D G Colson of Mlddlesboro Is being Importuned to run for representative Republicans of Nelson county nomi nated candidates for Representative county clerk jailer school superln tendent and coroner Dr Milton H Board of Harrods burg was elected to Oil the vacancy on the State Central Committee caused byI tho death of Thomae W Slmms C 0 McChord chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission has been elected president of the Southern Association of Railroad Commissioners In session In Ashovlllo N C Of the 238 democratic and republi can county election commissioners named but four have declined to serve Tbreo are democrats and one are publican Tho republican is former GOT W0 Bradley WATER CURE FOR CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Tako two cups of hot water half nn hour before each mast and Just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exercise walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and In many cases chronic constipation may be cured without tbe use of any medicine Whoa a purgative is requited take something mild and getle like Chamberlains Rtomicb and Liver Tablets For sain by Oralg Hocker A Mercer County Methuselah Elijah Blcdsoe colored who lives on Dr Thomas Kylee farm says ho Is 110 years old and a good many people be hove ho Is as old as bo claims Mr J H Stogg wbo Is 80 says that when be was a little tot Elijah was a very old man and Dr Kyle who Is no spring vcrylema1l dlcrs wont to tbe war in 1812 and talks very entertainingly about the visits of Marquis do Lafayette and Aaron Burr to Harrodsbiirg The distinguished Frenchman be says put up at tbe tavern on the corner whore the Mercer National Bank nowistands and ono day ho took a bucket of water Into his room and got a piece of sliver for his trouble He didnt like Burr much and says be has never seen anybody that looked like him This prejudice on the old Negro part toward the great ssbemcr may be duo to tbe fact that Burr offered his master 8HOO for him Dr Kyle tells us that up to 20 years ago Elijah was so swift of loot that ho could run and pickup a rabbit as smooth as a graybound In 1820 his master Blcdsoo entered him In tho most remarkable race on record against another Negro owned by a Lincoln county man They wero to run from Crab Orchard to Perry vlllo Tho agreement was that the owner of the winner waa to lake the losing Negro Elijah was told that the owner of bis competitor treated his slaves very cruelly and that bo bad bet ter do his best At the word go both Negroes started the white men being on floe horses Blodsoe distanced the whole layout and ran the 32 miles In IIi hours without over stopping or taking a drink of water ills competitor died oa the road between Danville and Per ryvllle and was three miles bobbed Ell jab wbea he keeled over Elijah nae been married 13 times aid Is willing to try agree Be le the father of from 75 to 100 children wboee dUI U scattered all through Virginia Teabeteee and Kentucky limb now Elijah Is aa pry Ma man of 30 sad wloted to enllii in the SpaaUhAiaertoan var hut we re jected flo can dance a jig like a rain trel and one nljtlu lat week climbed a larllt oak tree la Kvlen wood and hook out seven mane All ibroueh the summer months he menufs tune shuck mete and mom any iu winter can bo eun In Harrodeburir telling bIll ware While working ho constantly hums the old couplet Some for to work and WIlDe for to play sod from appearaeeoe now be will live so long that be will dry up and blow swav Harrodebur DMMuret MIDDLBBURG Tbe core cutting eeswoo will soon be at band and we predict that more pro vender will be sewed ibao for roan Thaw years acreage of stock peas Ie the largest Ver sows by Casey germ ere ibouKb the yield will be cut short by the late drouth J W Short sold to Joseph Snow a bunch of twoyearold hitters at 24c and a lot of stoera at 3o Two mules sold at 8125 D G Elliott bought of George Wesley two steers at 3Jc The Mlddloburg second and Ml Salem nine crossed bate Saturday1 at the beautiful grounds of the former re suiting In a score of 30 to 7 Inlfavor of the homo team Arch Leonard wbo has been having a siege of typhoid rover Is convalee clog John Coleman Is near deaths door at his homo on Knob Lick In firmities of old ago is his principal all wont Great preparations are being made to mako the centennial celebration at the Baptist church a success In every particular The young people meet at the church two nights out of each week for practice The protracted meeting has been go- Ing on at the Christian church now 10 days and will continue the balance of the week There have been about 10 conversions to date Great Interest Is being taken by tho people generally and a crowded house Ie present at each night service- ThatoHexists In Casey county In paying quantities Is confidently be lieved by many of our citizens We predict that prospectors will ba over the Casey fields within the next 12 months Who knows but what this section may some time rival the rich oil fields of the Keystone State Messrs Dulfo and Steuben Godbey loft Tuesday for Danville where they will reenter Centre College W F Martin was In Stanford on business Monday MreRlco Wilson and Misses Judith Lanham and Nora Hall have returned tram Russell county where they visited friends and relatives E V Loveless returned to his home In Somerset Wednesday David Eason has returned home from Lancaster whore ho visited relatives J C Collins worth formerly of this place but now of the Bethel vicinity passed through town Tuesday taking his son Leo to Junction City where be will board an L Jt N train for 5t Louis Leo will live with relatives and attend school CC MT VERNON Peaches of fair variety are selling at 25 cents a bushel delivered Bee Mulllne wbo has bad conalderal bio experience In the courts here ow ing to his Ideas coming In conlltct with the laws of the land was crushed to death In the coal bank of Cal Mulllns on Piney Branch Wednesday afternoon by falling slate It seems an irony of fate that a man should lose his life In an honest calling after having trodden most of the paths that were directly the reverse Wm Hicks who Is running ono of the largest business establishments In Dluetleld W Va has been Interested In the Kentucky oil fields for some months Ho started a well on his own hook a few miles out from Barbnurvllle and last Saturday struck the fluid al a depth of 500 feet The well U flowing 30 barrels per day aad Mr Hicks wbo Is an old Rockcastle boy feels much elated over the success of his venture We understand that two Indictments have been returned at Richmond against parties who cut the wires on the Lancaster and Richmond tclephopo line The Cumberland Company Is receiving much censure for their arbi trary course In the case Efforts have been made to force them to restore the connection by legal process and will likely succeed At present this section has no connection with Richmond which causes the people much bacon en leD co Mrs C D Powell returned to Lan 2astor Thursday her slater Mrs W T Sbort having eudclently recovered to allow her to go Lloyd Maret was In Crab Orcnard the past week run ning the telephone exchange Gran nv McFcrran Is dangerously from tbo effects of scratching her hand on a nail while washing out a rain barrel W J Purdom Is visiting his brother Dave here Ramp Mlze who killed JOb Whlttaker and Charles Saturn wbo thai W T Manias have been ar nosed Mist sent word that he would surrender but would not come In uottl tbe grand jury site Tbe Ml Versos band hae returned after playing at the Liberty aad Co RussellSpringsvery highly Reuben Mulllns Is on rOad selling shoe Secretary Maret is cms eaodiqff out literature In refer ence lo tho telephone meeting at Ow ennboro Ool end 2 A W Stewart has returned from tbe Ml Baldi of Bell CaptODaypart will ortraole a company and sink a well on tbe Siewan oh Clear Creek above Wtldle There are leasinglaudsJustice of the Peace J R Qaiflff deathtroutnearLaepford i toElrPtwere on their return wbea overtaken by tbe Allen A difficulty came up and resulted In Gatllff being out sven limes In the baok oooe In the fide a number of times In tbo arms and the right shoulder almost shot away by a shot gun The Aliens claim that Gat lilY had drawn his pistol and was at tempting to shoot one of thorn Gat IiI In his statement given to Judge Williams says ho was being cut in the back before ho knew there was trouble no foot Says ho ran after being cut and got In a corn field and ono of his antagonists returned later and shot him In the shoulder Tho Aliens gave bond and their trial Is set for 10 oclock today Thursday THIS AND THAT- A fearful storm did much damage In the Duganavllle section of Mercer Ora Dodeon got three years for kill ing Wlnfield Taylor In Whitley count ty The lady wbo went over Niagara falls In a barrel has como homo In a boxPaducah Democrat Revs Ferrell and Compton closed their meeting at tbo Baptist church In Liberty with five additions Elder B J Pinkerton will assist Eld J G Livingston In a meeting at Go hen next week preaching each night after Sunday grantCharlesof murder at Williamsburg a new trill and the case will go to the court of appeals Geo F Whitley of Cornell who was engaged to coach the Centre Col lege foot team has been compelled to cancel his contract and has been succeeded by F M Hall of Princeton Richard Chltwood who shot and wounded Garrord Tony at S trunk a and bolnlbrouRbtfenced to the penitentiary for five years at Williamsburg NOTHING LIKE OIL In defiling with man remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar Tho same may be said of children There nothing good for children as tbe oldfashioned castor oil However much they may ab hor it It ill their best medicine for dis orders of the bowels In the more se vera cases of diarrhoea aud dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates and a quick cure is sure to follow For sale by Craig Rocker ARRIVIN6DJILY Largest Line of Fall Novel elties we have ever carried at all prices IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied mILLER mm Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co m Ultras Acknowledged the mostlper fect womans shoe made very Pair Guaranteed Perfect In every detail Our fall stockjis nov in Patent Leathers Ideal patent kid Enamels heavy welt sple patent and plain tips stitch sole The very newest things of the season TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS b11EAPPVMRMEVLUSES 1 IUmIiYfRY HIGGINS McKINNJUT Stanford I IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYS DRUGISTORE i GO TO W B McRoberts rr Druggist For Wall PaperiWhite Lead 7 Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnishland Varnish Stains r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON i Democratic Ticket For State Senator FARRISt a tJorKepretentative M F NORTH r for CountyJudge JAB P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO 01 COOPER For County Attorney L HARVEY HELMw For Sheriff1 M S BAUGHMAN For Auettor r M G REYNOLDS For Jailer r W L HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Conirol lon r for tbe 2d Dlitilct tublect td the will of the democracy THE whole country is rejoiced at the improved condition of President McKinley The two bullet wounds in hit body are rapidly healing and he is Rain fog strength dally One of his physicians is so enthusiastic over his Im provement that he says If it were ab solutely necessary the president could be moved to Washington any dayI Czolgosz admits that there was a con eplracy to the crime and every etTortI is being made to ferret out the case and the responsibility of the das t t tarUicrime where It properly belongs That the assassin was a student under Emma Goldman there is scarcely a doubt and as she is already under ar rest it is more than likely that she will r share the penalty of those who brought about the assassination of President McKinley r THE Lexington Herald which thinks nothing good can come from democracy or democrats condemns Judge Car trill for his charge to the grand and petit juries In which he referred to the assassination of Uov Goebel and President McKinley and thlnks the charge is fine material for the repub titans to use In the present campaign The kick however comes because ofI the judges reference to the Goebel murderan unpardonable sin in the eyes of republican and assassination organs It is all right to deplore the shooting of the president but any men lion of the killing of Gov Goebel stirsI upevery assassination sympathizer and apologist In the land The writer of tho ablest editorlalsin the South leas inconsistent be is brilliant AT tho opening of the September term of the Franklin circuit court Judge Cantrlll delivered to the grand s jury a charge which created somewhat f of a sensation by referring to the at tempted assassination of President McI Kinley and the assassination of Wil liam Goebel He further stated thBtI the prevalence of crime was due in a large measure to the failure of grand and petit juries to do then duty and urged the grand jurors of Franklin county to let no guilty men escape Good Let the juries do their full duty 1aodespecially the one that will try Jim Howard The full duty can be nothing less than a verdict of death So let it come and come quickly fSENATOR WELLINGTON of Maryland who seems to be very much of an ass Is attempting to raIn notoriety by giving out the following interview about the shooting of President Mc Kinley I have nothing to say McKinley and I are enemies He has been guilty of an unpardonable offense toward me I can not say anything good for him and I do not think it is 3just time to say anything bad I de the man I havo no use for him and there is no reason for my saying anything I am totally Indifferent In the matter The democratic State Central Committee very sensibly knocked out the proposition to select a United States Senatorial candidate by primary Messrs Wheeler and Smith can now hunt otter schemes to try to defeat Gov McCreary who grows stronger in the race tor Senator ns the time for bli election draws near CHARLES F CAUTRIQHT a heartless wretchwlll suffer financially for a bru tal remark His contract for carrying the malls In New York State has been cancelled because be expressed pleas ure at the attempted assassination of President McKinley A coat of tar and feathers Is what Cartrlght needs r t ONE thousand outs the last one tot be fatal Then exterminate the entire family of the victim Such terrible hpunishment expressed In few words should be the fate of Czolgosz in the mind of Mr Wu the ChInese minister who seems to have a pretty good head on him ti rr Tim Louisville Times thinks the country Is safe because eight detectives are guarding Pierpont Morgan night and day How many guards has Marl Hanna got is the question THE Central Record pays us a hand some but we are sorry to say undo seryed compliment We are thankful for it however IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES In a pistol duel at Irvine JIm Tewit and Leo Scott were both killed Fulkerson a former Glb180nopened Wednesday with flattering prospectsThe Dan Pope case was contin ued until the January term of the Boyle circuit court A Harrodsburg man nearly fainted at the Buffalo Exposition when he was charged 8250 for a shave At Buckeye Garrard county John Brown aged 17 was gored by a madI ox and horribly mangled He few hours later- Burglars entered the hardware store of G M Hedrick at Montlcello crackI ed the said and secured about 8300 ai some valuable papers Freight Train No 33 was wrecked In the Burgln yards demolishing three cars and one engine the engineer and fireman escaping Injury by jumping The Standard Oil Company will lay pipes from the oil well on Stinking Creek to Flat Lick Thousands of dollars are being Invested In the oil landsI of Stinking Creek and other localities in Bell and Knox Mrs Lucy Caldwell after seven months of patient suffering died Moo day evening at her homo on the Leba non pike She was the widow of the late Rev R H Caldwell who preced ed her to the grave some eight years NewsIn circuit court at Danville Sol Downey was convicted of false swear log and sentenced to one year In the penitentiary Downey last March at tempted to marry Maggie King aged 13 daughter of Mrs Burns of Mercer county and in orderto achieve matri monial bliss produced the following certificate in the county clerks office I do hereby give my whole right of way to the marriage of Sol Downey and Maggie King Mrs Burns N D Wilmot of Gum Sulphur who was visiting at East Bernstadt attempted to walk to Hazel Patch on the railroad track When he reached the tunnel he walked to the top of It and sat down and pulled off his coat and shoes and wont to sleep He later roll ed down on to the railroad track break log his left arm twice and cutting wounds on his head Chances are very much against hIs recovery as he is 00 years old He has been agent for the L N railroad since 1876 and was at one time a law partner of Ed Kennedy of LancasterA dispatch says Sheriff H H Colyera persistent efforts to land a fugitive from justice have at last been rewarded after two years About 12 years ago a man named Graves was shot dead on the streets of Berea it is said by Lincoln KIrby KIrby escap ed and nothing was heard from him un til a month ago when the sheriff got a telegram from Fresno Cal that his man had beencaptured and was being held for his orders KIrby It Is said lived in Fresno Cal eight years under the assumed name of Green He bad a Jap on his farm as foreman and the Jap assaulted Klrbys daughter and because Kirby prosecuted the Jap the latter told the officers that Green had killed a man in Kentucky and was wanted by the authorities here Sher iff Colver obtained the proper requisi tion papers and placed them In the hands of Deputy Sheriff J M Terrill and the latter has gone to Fresno to bring Kirby back- CHURCH MATTERS Eld Z T Williams of AdaIr Is holding protracted meeting at Liberty Rey WE Arnold begun a protract ed meeting at the Methodist church last night J W Hagln will preach at the Christian church at Hubble Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock Elder Selby Rowe of the Christian church baptized his uncle aged 72 and his father aged 61 at Rowletts last week Six Mormon elders and the State president of the church have sot Sept 22 and 23 at Glanceys Schoolhouse in Carter county for a conference Dr M Gano Buckder of Mt Ster ling has accepted the call to the Chris tian church and will move here with his family the first of October Har rodsburg Democrat Rev J W Haglns subject Sunday morning will be Duty Danger and Destiny of the Christian Inquirer Cervices will not be held In the Christian church on Sunday night on account of the protracted meeting In progress at the Methodist church A Kansas minister informed his con gregation just before the plates were passed around that the members that wore In debt were not expected to con tribute It Is perljape unnecessary to state that tho collection that day more than exceeded the ministers expecta tions NVyLf tJI tiiJJII1 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC White seed rye for sale J E Bruce Stanford The Glasgow Tlmes reports a sale of corn at t3 50 E P Woods has 26 shoats 60 pounds average for sale t Anaconda beat Joo Patches In a jog at Bethlehem Pa Smith Nell of Adair sold to Dick Tandy 10 heifers at 2io Jersey cow five years old and a good milker for sale This office j C T Bohon bought of J H Smith of Font Hill six mules for 8525E AJ Drown of Harrodsburg bought of Mr Spoonamoro six mule colts at 831 Six extra good Aberdeen Angus bull calves for sale J S Owsley Sr Stanford Dr J B Owsley who has 240 acres in corn thinks bo will make only about half a cropjIn Clark Thomas C Robinson so to W Sue Shorthorn heif ers for IGOOIFOR SALE123 ewes and five South- down bucks Powell it Harper Hus tonvilleKy j Charles Layaon of Millcrsburg sold to Jonas Welhl 55 1400 pound export cattle at 510- George j Phelps of Madison sold to Simon Well 32 cattle 13CO pounds at 53IR L Williams has sold to N H WI Aaron his tine farm near Dunnvllle CaI sey countyfor 83750 FOR SALE2t 1050 pound cattle rood ones Address W A Spragcns Powars Casey county Ky 4t O J Crow told to A J Brown five mule colts at 330 and an aged mare mule to Hubble Eubanks for 8165 Cresccus and The Abbot are to meetI at Readvllle Mass Sept 10 In a spec ial puree of 820000 winner to take all Brood mares bred to jacks and milk cows to swap for extra good pair of mules C H Singleton Crab Orcb ard W W Lyon Co bought of Smith c Nell of Adair 15 fat sugar mules atII 8131 They bought of ties pix cotton mules atIOIID C Allen bought in this county 40 odd 3 cents He also bought 100 fat sheepI and lambs at 2 and 2ie Adalr Robert and James Woods will ship to Cincinnati tomorrow 40 225pound hogs of their own raising They have aodut 40 more of the tame slzetbey will ship later The census bureaus preliminary re port on the 1000 cotton crop shows that Kentucky produces 133 bales Tennes see 227601 bales Texas produced 3 533500 nearly a million more than In 1899 Lutes Co have rented the John Murphy farm on the Husionvllla pike for next year ana Islah White who has It rented this year has rented Mrs Neals farm of 120 acres across the pike for 8400 J R Connor has sold his farm near Atoka containing 115 are to Mrs Mary Robards of Perryvllle for 8S 475 D N Prewltt bought of different parties 100 fat hogs for October deliv ery at bin He also bought 70 lambs at 2c a lot of butcher cattle at 21 to 3cI and a cow and calf of Jeff Sallee 825 Advocate The monthly crop report of the De partment of Agriculture shows that the condition of corn at the beginning of the present month was 83 points below the lowest September average that of 1881 ever before recorded The condition of winter and spring wheat on September 1 was 25 points above the 10year average- LANCASTER The Christian endeavor was led Sunday evening by Miss Uella Arnold A large number of the members and lots of visitors were present making a very Interesting meeting as well as a profitable one Charley Ham son of Ben Ham while playing with a pistol In Charles Tarters shop at Teatcrsvllle Tuesday evening accidentally discharged the weapon Tho bullet entered the knee making quite a dangerous wound Several doctors were called to remove the bullet and at last reports tho boy was doing nicely QTbo republicans met on Wednesday and put out the balance of the county ticket They nominated W McClel land Johnston for county attorney Wright Kelly for representative ands Fannie Koohler for school super ntendent This will not throw any gloom over the democratic ranks as they are prepared for any emergency and they are as sure to win as the elec tion is hold Polio Brown of the Buckeye section was attacked by an ox Tuesday after noon and was badly Injured that death resulted In a short time Ho was trying to put a yoke on the ox when it became angry and began hooking him Jr Brown was the 22 year old son of ilr Leo Brown who Is a member of the firm of Brown Dlckson of Buck eye and a brother of Egbert Brown who was killed over the election last fall Yesterday a large procession fol owed tho remains to the cemetery beret where after appropriate services be was laid to rest The bereaved family have the sympathy of tho en tire community In their great aria tion rMCOS Hats 39c Pick of oar mens tint 60c j canll straw hats this week only 3 cents Cuffs 5c IColored colored tulle quality reduced to Sc pair I Merjs Suits 495 Fine English black and worsteai regular quality reduced to Iblue Parasols 98c 20 silk parasol never I sold for lees than 12 going this week at Sc Shoes 98c IMens heavy or worth 1150 go in this won derful sale at Sp pair I Window Shades 9c 50 dozen felt window shades mounted on self acting rollees complete with fixtures at 9c Mens Shoes 169 75 pairs mens patent I Ifaber shoes regular 83 quality to close out at S1G9 atrss IIFALL5 utK aaaa250 Suspenders 150 75 doz mens ers best 25c quality In the market special till till this lot is sold at luc 69cI The Greatest Sensational Bargain Sale of the 20th Century losing Out to Quit Business Sale Of The The Louisville Store Will Continue Until The Entire Is CLOSED OTJT 1 Thousands have advantage of great moneysaving oppor tunity within a radius of fifty miles The Louisyille StoreStanford Ky Salinger Bros Prors Mens Shirts 49c All fl negligee shirts collars and culT detached to close out quick at 40c sxsats sass as Mrs Dr B P Walter U quite ilek Mrs C D Powell Wednesday night from a protracted stay with her slater Mrs W T Short la Mt Vcr non Charlie who was clerk at the Garrard Hotel for a long time has taken charge of the telephone ex change at Crab Orchard Mrs James Phillips of Montlcello it with her daughter Mrs O U Nevlut Mitt Georgia Henry accompanied her sister who bas been visiting here for some time to her home In Oklahoma Little Annie Stephens Is quite sick Rice flange accompanied by Dr J B Kin nalrd wont over to Cincinnati to have an operation performed on his eyes Miss Fannie Austin Is back at her old place at clerk for the Gro cery Co Judge J C Hemphlll and daughter Theo together with Miss Carrie Curroy have gone to Buffalo to tee the sights 10 REWARD Stolen from my home near Stanford on the nlfilit of August ssth a bay none 1SH hands high 7 or vests old with coached main wilt give Dto reward for hU return to me at Stanford W M WILDER LAND FOR SALE Slxtvnlno acres being the balance of the Win Davles land vet unsold Hounded by the Frankfort llohon Iud nioomfleld pikes and tying not one mite tram town z Will be sold to suit pur bluer BI a whcie or divided ApplrtoMrs Wm Warren Danville Tor Sam Harrodi burg KytfFARM FOR RENT For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward farm of 317 ACRES I Three and onehalf miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky TH- EQueen = CrescentRoute PanAmericanExposition BUFFALO May Nov 1901 Excursion special service announced American greatest American Expos Worlds Imposing architecture wonderful displays special feature dazzling Mid- wayNIAGARA minutes Exposition Ground Free ResIIntna Chair TSiatotoa w114uaaar suspend and Its connecting I lines to the lat to 1st tJrates and train win be later Tho Ian tho ition eloco the Fair Only M from J 1a11W a1pq- w I =ob slasoss xsswI Kid Gloves ISO dot Indfos tine kid govcs black and all oth er colors worth f160 our price We Stock taken this returned Phillips Lancaster McCarty Ladles Skirts 980 Ladles Mick and fancy dres iklrU worth 12 put lu this sale at t3c serrss ssxsattsn to Cottage 14th 1901 OWSLEY trtrsatILInen Collars 4ply lars sizes kind other merchants our price Co Mens Pants kind wc 4DeI 76 at ladles Shoes G9c I have pairs ladles ample shoe worth 12 pair go leftI Yard wide and percalotllthtI hue 15 5c yard- Bleached Cotton 5c1received 50 of bleached 1yard q of ladies light and dark reduced 39 totBoys 98c Boys pant suits worth t2in Ibis tale centlJ FREE 5 FREE 4 Dont fail to Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPT Customers take notice that every cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from Merchant whose appears In ad entitle t- oA5 aayI y PER CENT SCR t Which they accept 6 cents on every CASH PUUCHA8K Of ONE DOL LAR And take special notice that Merchants belong to 1 elation aro wide awake and keep beet itoek of good and their price are lowest IL INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINE PWNTUTO Severance Sons Dry Goods Notions Show Pennys Drug Storo Drugs and Chemicals Withers Furniture Carpets Higgine MoKinnoy Groceries Ilnnlwnro and Implements 11llisstVilUnnNew Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where Yon Everything Perfectly Fresb you have Nice New Stock to select Yourpatronago will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly and eejui W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street 4 BARGAIN PRICESIn Paints For THE CASH After the rain has washed your house is the best to Paint We can Save you money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC = FOR RENT three rooms und kitchen Ifiico contain two acres Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danvlllo Avenue t5yl JIUS MARY WHOIITON On Saturday Sept 21 on the streets of Ilustonvllle mltarmTaylor containing or Particulars on ut licatlan to mu at llradfordivllle Ky MRS V A Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean 1edlj Porters table Every hing firstclass meet trains 89 4 ur svNcr iaw fw 1 Mcni Linen Col all styles and the ask 15c The you elsewhere about pair 40c We only 150 from to all at CDc dark only per Just cotton t I t Choice nil 76c and l II want colon cents Suits knew t only 03 tit J ask for the for nand this you I will for the who this Alto the most the t the W W o J Find f Add a from Call I time I and acres more lose s all yiJIe r+ 5e r f NONE BUT GENUINE andFUtureiUnless the name Dccrlng appears on them you may know are nut genuine S OAIUENTEU Hustonvlllc Zt GREAT BARGAINS I Tilts MONTIIiI have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo Holffiea store near tho railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people worth of money will always Und bargains at my store I am selling IICcond band Clothing equal to new urnlsblngGoodl patronizeI tbeC1nclnDatlwhere you come to town We will soil flour and meal from Morris 1price Tl cit iiw- i TllEINTERIUROVRNASTANFORD 1 ivTnY tho Judge Taft clear for a obolco Btnoko at Pennys Drug Storo OUR prescription work li unsurpass PaOnyDrug PERSONALS JACOII GiNSiidto left Tuolday for Cleveland O MKS D L TniMHLK of Lexington visited relatives bore thll week t W M COOPER of Somerset passed up to the London Mir Wednesday Miss LYDIA LewIs of Danville has been the guest of Mrs Alice Cloyd Misses DORA AND KATHEKINE DAUOHJIAN aro visiting in Danville VEST CHANCELLOR has pono to Lox ington to clerk In Cornollsons Store Tittl0tant eon ot Mr and Mrs W II Bettor la very III of cholera infan t turn ZACIC ELKIN eon ln law of lion D D King Is dangerously In Louis J villeMKS E Q BEAZLKY li vlsltlnjr her H sister Mrs J H Turner In Jan4 minI LlvlngatootOulre Miss MARY DUUCE spent sorer Jays with Mrs A A McKlnnay at Danville MR AND M us SAMUEL COWAN of Chicago are guests at Mayor John N Mencfees Miss DELLS ROOT wont to Danville theIpD r MRS L K HASTLAND of Drowns vllloTcnn U with her relative Mrs A O Eastland MR AND MRS A T RODARDS of Tutwller Miss hats been guests at Mr A M Poland FOSTER MCALISTBH and Gnas A Wrl bL lolL Tunsday to enter State College at Lcxington- M1s8LCc1LLt11ENBFBt loft WeJ nesday for the Buffalo Exposition She joined a party In Louisville 4fuss LUCY MiLLim GIVRXS lolL for Crawford v111e Ind 14bero she will enter College I MR PETER STKAUII SR continuo In very feeble health IIo never Jeavcs his room and scarcely over his bed t MR JO MALLOW of flarrodsbunr paid this otJIeo a call while on his way to Crab Orchard Springs to spend a a week FOR the fifth time this conference Rev II R Mills hat moved this Ittmo In with bit father Mlddlesboro News KINDRICK ALCOHN has taken his poI sition all teacher In the ProparatorvI Department of Central University aLI ti Danville W B COCIIRAN of Casey re tMn nominee for Stato Senator hero Wednesday mingling wlLhI MRS II D GREQORY and pretty daughters Katherine and Clara re turned to their home In CovinR ton Wednesday Mlts A E PlliLLirs of Montlcollo was horn Wednesday visiting friends She says hot town Is booming since the oil lover got bold of It MIL E F BAILEY who has been at Joseph Price Infirmary for trebtmo- o ratIFreturned to bin home at Maywood nesday greatly Improved MR W B Moss of Lancaitor wallI hero Tuesday with his sister Mrs J V C Amis who took tho train for her t hone at Fort Smith Ark Y MESSRS JOHN TAYLOR of Mlssou Bonona Taylor of Texas and Miss J sit Taylor of Missouri have beenI guests of Mra Anne Duddorar at Me KinneynSiico of Bardstown were hero t e hid week looking at W W Withers some furniture store with a view to buying itiMIL Ewoll section wont up to PHtsburg Tuesday to visit their eons This let hew tint trip Mr and Mrs Baslln ha taken together in 25 years MESSRS B N ROLLER and Robert ChappoJI who were In Buffalo the dayC before President McKlnloy was eh havo our thanks for Buffalo paps- p reeta They worn in Canada the day the hor rlblo crime wee perpetrated MR ISAAC nuiniAUD of tho W- End was at Richmond this weaksattend tho burial of Preston Hubbard who died of typhoid fever aged 24 noIwas a nephew of Mr Hubbard a taught school here several years a JOE S RICE is back from tho P 6 American Exposition Ho eays it is f worth the trip to see the llluminatlo- y n0 IIto say nothing of the many other things are pleasing to tho eye Mrs who accompanied him is visiting parents at Cave City before returning Mn D C ALLEN loft for his homo in Lincoln county this weak Ho willI r return In a few days and remain withI us for some time Mr Allen is a very excellent gentleman and ho is qu Ito fond of Adair county people and Adair county people are very fond of him Mr Allen Is a live stock trader and it be that be will establish headquar at Columbia for the winter Adalr 1nay LJLiik qc W W SAUNDERS went to Livings ton Tuesday DradybalGEO PIIELPS of Madison IwithDr Clifton Fowler LebanonJunctlooEn KENNEDY of the Preachersville section is critically 11L Miss ANNiti VEACII of Nelson coun ty MobloyMiss is with Miss Roberta L Cash RANDOLPH HARRIS left yesterday to visit friends at Eldorado Arkansas MOKOAN BOONS and Den Napier of the May wood section are botb MASTER FRED Cooic who has had fever is out looking as fat as a match Miss BETTIB ROCHESTER loft yes terday for Missouri to visit her sister ED WILKINSON Is enlarging and 1m jrovlng his homo on Whltloy Avenue JAMES SAUKLEY and James Eagle man attended fist hop at London lee night RANDOLPH HARRIS and wlfo Pent several days with his parents at Lan caster MR JOHN AL MCROIIERTS Is bar from a visit to his children at La Grange ROIIERT MORELAND of Lexington was over to see his sister Mrs W C Shanks C L CARTER got back from Okla PlalMR W D WEATHBRFOKD of Hus tonvllle Is very III and it Is feared that he can not recover MR J A McROliERTS and wife of Lebanon Junction are with Mr and Mrs W H Hlgclns Miss WILLIE HOCICER who born with Mrs W H Shanks lefd yesterday for Kansas City MISS SLSIE TAOMISON who 6 been with Mrs M 0 Williams r turned to Mt Vcrnon Wednesday MRS J W BAUOHMAN will enter Uln from 3 to 5 this afternoon in honor of pits Hums Logan of Louisville and other visiting ladles MR W B Kixw of Pinoville passod through yesterday returning from a visit to his parents at Moreland B told us that isle brotherln law Cox was still LOCALS SEe Hlgglns d McKlnnoy before foRroundtrip to Cincinnati Sunday PLENTY of Shetland Floss In pure white and all colors at 8 cents a hank John P Jones WE hero plenty of r Ikinds of feed such as hay corn oats and shlpstuff Cheap for cash J U Baugbman Co HERES chance to get rich Wo will pay 119 In gold for 1001 pennies This offer stood good for a week only FOR SALEAny residence with six acres of ground whore I now llvo Easy payments Martha J Vando veer WE will send you this paper and Twicea Week Courier Journal for 8160 2nd papers for only 8160 Just think of it tho label on your name printed does not read Sept 13 1001 some dato later you owe for your per and you will greatly oblige us remitting for It Remember ourtor are 81 cash In advance r1TtIE Graded School trustee havo ordered an election held at the pub Set21stot they shall bo permitted to tae not exceeding 812000 In bonds t r manybavloftevent the proposition carries can Increase the present rate of taxation ubjectbo tvho Legislature March 12th 1800 and the following quotation from fist act eho conclusively that tho trustees may In tiofo to 75 cents on the ono propertyIt g hosettrustees uch Graded Common School District may leeuo tho bonds of said district for amount not exceeding the constitu tional limit and in the Andg0 for the purpose of meeting the interest on sloklnlfundthereof the boards of trustees of their boutbar of nd empowered to levy annually a tax in addition to that already voted which shall not increase tho tax rate for respeotlvQdlsLrlot ono hundred dollars worth of taxable property Acts 1690 page 0 Lbobondif the cast now In tho Court of Ap LheGradedSchool I c SCHOOL books and school supplies at- C all t Hookers NEW Percales Lon Clothe and Ger mao Calicoes J P Jones I nAve Just received a big lot of harness saddlery Sc J C McClary OCR Ladles Gents and Childrens shoes are the best manufactured John R Jones SEER WJlEATCme and see our Northern seed wheat before buying J H Baugbman L Co istheoas day for filing claims against the county to be allowed at the October term Geo B Cooper clerk IT is reported that Supt GarlandPrSingleton hoe bought the on the Danville pike owned by the lato Miss Mary Myers TilE shtusual time ibis Issue In order that its editor may make a business trip monthko shows tithathim P B J wianaLlan which meets next Saturday at easant Grove church in Oarrard county Tile Adair News says that O D Brown of Liberty shot at Oilo of McKlnnoy at the Russell 5prln fair after a brief tematterno damago Burrcside Tuesday and elected James Frye of Hustonvlllo president W D Roe er Huston vllle secretary and J Hooker also of Hustonvlllo treasurer The twp directors from this county are Sheriff S M Ovrens and Judge W M M Myers Anelab t was organ hRecorderwas present and satiated Organizer W Tblrtyfourllowing officers were elected Past Joe F Waters Master Workman J L Boizley Foreman John F- Ee leman Overseer Thomas D New land Jr Financier J W Fern u Record Keeper J M Alvcrson Re caber George D Ellis Guide Edgar Wilkinson Outside Watchman H N Hojderman Inside Watchman Armp Broaddus Medical Examiner Hugh R Reid Gllkleon Lodge was the name selected and its number Is 132 The order Is 30odd yean old and besides its Rood social features a lowrato but safe Insurance can be obtained In it LOOKS GOOD FOR MCCREARY Hon R C Warren who was at Frankfort Tuesday at the meeting of the Central and Executive tells us that Gov James B McCreary ahothe nomination of a United States Son ator by a primary While the govern or waa willing to take his chances in a worexpcdloenta eauPbutmMr was best Mr Warren thinks There Is little doubt in Mr Warrens mind that Mad nnllo 0tEv erything points to Mr McCrearys e Qaces and there Is every reason why ho should be elected With strength over tbo State and several districts stagehe of t rBL and the reL nowhere As stated else where the committees decided not to experiment just at this time with the primary plan of nominating a r sensible decision and ono that will glvo almost general satisfaction weTlIE Louisville Board of Trade sending out invitations to tho m chants business men and city a ronceburgelVereafleeINlcholaevll Richmond Lancaster Stanford Danville Lebanon and the other cities and tone visited by the excursions of the Board of Trade last summeraviting them to visit on 0 Lucky Day at the Interstate fair which has been sot for Sept 20th The board la making arrangements to entertain the visitors while in the city They will assemble at the Board of Trade on the morning of tho 20th and bo welcomed by President Taylor and others in short addresses attar which they will bo escorted to the fair grounds by the board of directors where luncheon VlllaltoDurlolrwill see the fair and Midway Special trains have ben chartered from the L N to bring the merchants to city The L fc N excursion will 5V from Lancaster stopping at Stanford where the Danville merchant will bo picked up and then be switched to Knoxvllle branch stopping at the r cipal cities for the merchants and busi ness men reaching Loulsvlllo about 11 oclock A low rata of faro has bean granted for the roundtrip and It U ex merjcbantsportunlty of witnessing tho great lr from Central and Western Kentucky H TIMOTHY and other seeds at John Bright Jr is Cos A MUCHNEEDED tell Wednee day night and yesterday BEAR In mind that 4eAcademy on the hill will open Monday with Rev- S AL Rankin principal tel Libertylstyphoid fever in his town TilE L willwBollroundtrip Septlat Cincinnati Fall Festival J D HioaiNS tack of groceries on Lancaster Street next door to this of Is complete Call and see him ices lower than the lowest BIRDS Judgo W R Carson Is of birds Ho has a round dozen cans rise four mockers ands parrot Bowed us a floe cage which he has just made which is a beauty Indeed THIEVES entered the public room of the Carpenter Hotelwhere G T Procl tor was sleeping Wednesday night and robbed him of 88 This Is the second touchedtTHE Colored Baptist church hers ll have a bosket meeting on the fifth Sunday in hlmonth Rev J W Clark of Nlcbdlaivllle and others will preach Accommodations will be made for a thousand visitors- BUBTOtSILt L I will bavo a cutter GlobR pat rn In the bolt enabling you to see st Low your suit will look after it ade up AJAdams TIlE republicans have opened head ofarters over Supt Garland Single tons office with aX democrat Judgo W E Varnon In charge Having ha VarooITHE republicans organized a club In Maoltsvllle Monday night with members Miles Peyton colored president and Joo Cnenault of the same race Is secretary and treasurer odeeches stoleho r el Switch section and tried to sell him here court day waived his examining trial and Is still in jail Mr Isaac is willing to lot the boy go on a promise of good behavior but the Common wealth has the case now and It is likely that Hall will go over the road for awhile KILLING In a fight near the London fair grounds Wednesday Ed Jones of Laurel was killed and Abnor Early of Corbin fatally wounded Four men Ed Jones William Underwood Abner Early and a man from Rpckcaatle coun ty were engaged In a crap game A dispute arose between Early and the Rockcastle man Jones interfered to Ieehanged Jones was shot in the back nd Instantly killed Early was shot the back and In tbo arm Underwood and the man from Rockcastle made heir escape Underwood Is said to have been wounded FARM FOR SALE Farm of About acre SJi miles from II us Carptntcrswith goad traction engine Will sell rea onlbh Apply to JOHN DINWIDDIE 1m HustonTllle Ky ESTRAYmytell hug white shoulders neck and head Ibsuckeep und advertising allJII McALISTKR Jt- ADMINISTRATORS SALE administrator of the estate of J W liv eryens decd r will on FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 IOOI At his late residence near McKInnep1y sell at public auction to the bidder tho following property I sixyearold S JanOdbyloOnly by a Denmark horse ono sorrel mare and colt gray mare 10 years old bay clipplr alotTermsA credit of three months on note with good security jiayablo In bank bear lug Interest from day of vale fur nil sums over 810 For all sums of 810 and under cash EDWARD ALCORN Adrnr PUBLIC SALE Owing to my advanced age I will sell at public auction at my place IK miles west of McKlnnoy on tho McKlnney and Mt Sa lam pike on ID01or6eta numerous and In good repair Farm Is In tino state of cultivation and Is wellwatered penoancutie calves hogs sheep Ac A field of about 23 acres of corn will also bo sold Will alto dispose of a large amount of household and kitchen furniture term wagon and spring wagon and farming 1m o0pMcKlnoeyKy T D Engllb Auctioneer BUY YOUR Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishings of v yeAnd You Get The Bet uUUuu For The Least Money L Fall Dress Goods J J We ate cornency s art SATIN PANNE COVERTS PEBBLED CHEVIOTS SOULLIEuUNFINISHED SURGE LIZZARDS1eWHIP CORDS VENETIANScA world df wish goods such as Percales Longcloth German Calicos Ducks Chevi beaserve you well Our motto is Good Goods fit Low Prices JOHN PI JONES Stanfroil BetterThan Ever The new fall line of Zeigler Bros shoes for ladies and children We have all the new lasts and leathers Our 2 250 and 3 shoes are as good and stylish as can be made You are never disappointed when you buy Zeiglers ShoesF- or splendid mansCom Severance Sons B UGGIES UGGIES I UGGIES 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 Wa Claim to Retail Buggies For Loss Than Some people Pay For Them Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and we sell on a smaller margin than any house in Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly invited to look our stock ovf r Bruce L1 Bright Danville R THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i Entered n the poilqfflct at Stanford at toondclati mailer TttblLrLSTud4paaaQS 4ttve r 1 PER YEAR CASH i afwheneot lopstdaaOO will bechaned MONEY TO LOAN In sums of ono thousand dollars and over on farms only ut 5 pur wnt Long time and easy payments W A TRlnnLE 3m Stanford Ky A S PRICE i 8urreonLt1 Stanford Ky Offlctow UcBoberU Drag Store In tbt Owiley tI Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky wwOffice over Hlgjlns dr McKlnnoyeStor y Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoXSinney XV- rMake and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Sblpstuff Bran Chic eo Feed se Prices very rensonable Ow tom grinding specialty D V Kennedy Miller NEW LIVERY sTABLE- s w DUE It SN Prrs JUNCTION CITY ICY FlrstClass Turnout at Reasonable Kate Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horatw sad Mules comtcoU J on bead ar for sale at ai tmea W Logan WiHKi 1aagere FHRTC FOR SRLe I tntailc rres two iMit sjtli or McKlMiiv nil MrldltIIllJ pfke 15MrtM- nude r m ul Hitt Mnil lli tw tivill witli rv iiiitiiiiildinirs tn UU lllii Wli Tll C III Slllll ill tai at t1 ALnUyuti unitml nr w whole lo tf1 iiicr Ini ii4tion riil un or address kiULEY MiKlmiy Ky IL C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Gbpds Warranted Fit Guaranteed V Give Him a CaU t Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock Bucccesor to The Farmen Bank A Trust Con an and under tame maaagenent contlnu- outly let U Solicits Your Bank Accountr Roping tucb builnn reiallont will prove mutaa Jj beatttsUl and plea- DUKOTOPSI It Paxton JtIO18rSrJ A W Carpenter W14 J1 Lynn S Shanki JF Cub Ii Owaltj OPFtCEBS rUt Shank I II Owleyllachler Art Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD 8T- Ospita1Stok i 150000 Suplai S10000 This institution originally eitabllabed as the De posit Bank of Stanford In ISIS then reorganised ai thl National Hank of Stanford In 1863 andagali tortanlted ai the Fint National llank ot Stanford n 1882 haa had practically an uninterrupted exit once tor U yur It is better supplied now will t taclUtleifortraniutlnfbaiiaeupromptljanil i rally than rrer betor In its long and honoiab career Accounts ot Indlrlduala fiduciaries ailndlfldnjiliiollclUd DIRICTOIS F Held Lincoln Coo BTllarrii J B Rocker WP Walton JUOollicrCrabOrcUM MOKliaore t nfard v8 Uocler Prssldint IQ w llajden Staafut U Baoghuu TflIIl1 W A TribbleH Jat Boblnson Rubble omens I i J J 8 J J UcBoWtU CaaUs rswmreeka Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Orstc1assltyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed cab have your old vehicle now for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky E R DILLEHAYI DANVILLE ST Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices MONEY ILito Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J S OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now open for guests Everything la In andsplendid order the water Is the shaded grounds present a ap pearance Guests be given willing at tention Rates Adults 8S per week dren under 12 years of age 1 80s horses week further InformationS350 per apply to W M VAUOUAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist at Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and ID only Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours Da m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD El MORRIS FRED IlioraixToH I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind 1ngad that I will at all Unes tarnish the tmtol Flour Meal Sfcipstoff Chiokon Food Etc At MM vry lowest price s sad I solicit a shire try year ptroeae w glee tile DM remte Doat target me you lumindalways that I d your pDtmoMORaN MUtD Prow DrsySlavinPhillios OSTEOPATH1STS win be In fMovftto Hondsrs Wsdaesdays sod Frfciafs Will la BUnfonl Tbada7LTkuraylaed fist omc IS tile rena1IrIntfOllltrolOI Ice fwUIMl 0 I r OSTEOPATHY J TbLyclne twr load n PTDr th- epMelplMAndayrd of KlrirrUW Ms PakYIeeyb reo lutes It ass tal oratIou eWaa ay sstu tttprakeyetIswsdjusirss Rlnssn PIfU aay bsaltbeterwosdare IIIfIIPerIJI ISoBuTSSi OltMtM trted by mi Nervous wrstloa Ileadaches Neurtljtla JtkmsuMMa O IreLtd Ottanb W ik Sys heart and Luog Dhessea Cw Up UoB a 6eoaProataataPyles GatllMontllHalargI Irises Bsss std Ith iMnti S IlsU atleas StlffJolnU tan1rlI lBwntln of Otto LocwMlar Max a Dlscaae1 a jol a t1 Consultation Free J+ c + MccMY UNDBBTAKBB EIIBALMER And Dealear In HAUNESS SADDLERYeC Stanford Ky BEAZLEY If HAYSU- NDERT88E1RS DULJlM la Furniture MattingsRags- And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 z Ji HUBBLE Mrs John Gardner of Missouri Is vliltUir relatives in this communIty Garrott Wood cold John Wood lomo lambs at Sic which bud been enllaged elnce last fall Mrs S J Bubble has returned to McKinney after vlslllpc friends hero for several days Mite Ethel Carman hae gone to Lex- Ington to stay with her sister Mrp Sink aid will attend school there Elder J W Hajrlr of the Stantord Christian church will till Elder A R Moores pulpit hero Sunday afternoon at 330 The people here were shocked Moe day morning to hear of the death of Mr Jesse Swope thouirn hevhad been In bad health fur some years John Robinson sold bis bay to Wilt Llllard at 600 delivered In DaDvllto Jas McKechnie has sold most of his wheat for seed at 80c J C Eubanks sold some of his wheat to Baughman at iOe MATRIMONIAL Elbert McMullln and Miss Ethel Pad gett both Infants In the eyes of the law were made one av James Padget Wednesday The Cincinnati Enquirer announces the marriage of Miss Mary Sandifer of Covlngton to Mr John R Palmer of Georgetown Miss Sandlfor formerly lived In Lancaster Frank Eckel of Edlnburg 111 Miss Virginia White of Cyntblan Ky were married at the home of tbe brides slater In Edlnburp Wcdnesda it 2 oclock P M Rev J S Rose onto slating The groom la jho popular clerk of Smith Logan and the bride m account of her frequent visits berc Is well known Tbeentiro community unite In wishing this young couple a happy voyage through tlfeEdlnhurg lll Herald Miss White Is a daugl tcr of Mr T M White formerly or his county How Blind Tiger OrIgInated At the agricultural fairs in tho wet in Uio early years of the last entury drinking bocaino ollnigh miversa and became such a soun of disorder that many of the lain orbid the sale Such wast done a edham Mass when a trick eater not willing to be deprive of his profit on liquor determine to outwit the authorities BO sough Rnd obtained permit for a side how He then erected a pen I1nl in this he put n large wooden hllllk- nnd white striped pigsHe wu now ready for buoincw He barged Htxpwup for admission to u pigpen and from this wonderfu pig flowed a stream of rum and t fret drink was given each visitor NeeditfllI to Pity it proved a popula traction and that there WM jnor runkenoe8 than PTIT Tnreetiga on revealed the 1IlUIf and the n1an was arrested and the show Itoppel but the name blind pig 1188 applied to the bxisines of icit liquor Helling Some old woman hearing the name said Bind pig indeed it is more like abJind tiger referring to the destruction brought through the buei netll and RO the place of sellinj quore in defiance of the law has Iince 1835 the date of the above cident been called either a blind pig or a blind tiger The 2d Fall Festival will be held at Inoinnatl from Sept 10 to 23 InolU sive Tuesday Sept 17 has been set apart as Editors and Authors Day and- on that and the following day will be- huld the convention In which the lead- log writers of the Ohio Valley have heen asked to taro part The morning senlons will be devoted to nddrcsac aod papers and the afternoons to the joyment of the Fall Festival and tbe- city In addition to the regular exhib- Its of the Fall Festival special pro Irrams will be presented upon Music ill stage each afternoon and evening of the Festival The Flower parade wlll be on Sept 16 tbe Industrial parade on 20tb and the Night Pageant on 25th The Q 0 will offer cspcc ially low rates- CERTAINA CURE FOR DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA Some years sgo I was one of a part- that Intended making a long bicycle trlp1teay F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford County Pa I was taken sud denl with diarrhoea and was about to- give up the trip when editor Ward the Laceyvllle Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic OholAra and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchased the bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route I made the trip scucesafully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer was almost completely run down with an- aUack of dysentery I bought a bottle or thl s same remedy and this time one dose cured me Forsale by Craig Hocker The Louisville Board of Trade has en tout written Invitations to merchants In the towns and cities visited durln the summer by the Duslnen Mens excursions to be the guests of- the board on Thursday Sept 26 dur IDK the Interstate Fair For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig tb Hocker J iwiwY ji iaaew +sttfie What to Eat and Drink in Weather II Hotl Advice on this seasonable topic is- given by Health Culture in u lee ing editorial July Overfee ing we nre told is the Infrequent cause of discomfort from the heat During worm woother the food should ho simple and tho meals infrequent for tlloso who complain most of the hunt nro orton suffering from overetimulation due to too much orHo too highly son soiled food the writer Where too much food is tnken it can not be digested and thore fore it ferments in the etomach and intestines forming various nbnor mat and acrid products The irritant action of these substnm causes thtf sensation of heat discomfort nnd nervous irritnbUl from which so many suffer during the heated term Imagine a VCr hot mustard poultice two feet long by one foot wide placed upon tho front of the body on n hot day Imagine further that the wearer did not realize the cause of his disco fort How he would rave about the heat He would be infinitely better off than the man who lots filled his stomach with n complete menl generously flavored with salt po per vinegar sugar mustard nn perhaps Worcestershire sauce blnck coffee and wine- Breakfast luncheon or Bupper may consist of fruit alone says the same writer presumably Dr Kellogg or of fruit with bread or of cereal with stewed fruit nnd brend if desired Dinner may consist of peas beans or lentils baked lotn to boiled rice or other cooked voi stable salad fruit and bfead Allanimal foods including mont milk cream cheese told eggs nro tenting we are told So nro Idl highly seasoned dishes Those who Experience much discomfort In kvartn weather will find it well to jroatly reduce the amount of meat taken better still to take no lUeat it all substituting beans pens or ontilsOf summer drink the writ hinJu that pure water is easily the Thief It ia the best ingredient of all that the sodafountain often He save There U only one good thin bout most of tin popular nutnm rinks They are liquid Tbe ice ream reins thu phusphaws tht root bevrs tnAde without mut thi inacr alt innn eat of jtinjrrr ty nothiiiK of the many plainl 4tllt i t nlediciaes ulrlh lIr- tlIic bracers iu err all nmri or lets injurious and should tw voided Coffee tenrrhuvulato udcocoa acct not only the dines tion but act to stimulate the heart Thtiir immediate etitet if to impart a setae of co iln wrt and r fre hinont Soon however the stimulant e oct produces with remilting rlitcum fort which frequently means further and further indulgence in the tdating dnnk AH this applies nf cour with still Inter fofte to al jholic drinlu bfer wine and lfViritaOteditfHencf between theM aDd the 66called soft drinks be ins lainty one qf degree The tire effect of a glass of cool foamy boor ia to quench the thirst and im Iart a eeneation of ooolnetw Soon waver the irritant otfect of the boer upon tho stomach coatini causes tho thirst to become still moro imperative and tho general sonso of blunt and discomfort to return more pronounced than before pother glass is taken perhaps nn other nnd another until tho system is in such n sruto as to mako omit lodorato exertion a dangorou thing To a man so stimulated oven rerago walking qn a hot day may ad to fatal collapse In August 1809 there was tt pntent taken out to manufacture hisky from wood shavings saw dUlit etc This is effected by monns of sulphuric acid that is itriol Hydrosulphurous acid is terwards added It is needless to say that this is n murderous com poition not only corroding the walls of the intestines but acting injurious upon tho blood Thus in case of rheumatic lull gouty persons it tends to precipitate tho saline salts of tho blood and ng gruvnto the malady It is little wonder persons grow weakly who itnbiho such liquors But sin whisky can be rondo this way for icthinl tho cost the manufacture Scottish Reformergoes on merily In every county in England there is a technical school in which gar dening horticulture carpentering IIndsimilnr studies are taught Tbere it sore CiUrrb In ssction of the- ceuulr1 thin all otbcnllKswt together and fey eau cup ossd to Le In and fronoucurIt l lod br constantly mnt prcnounw tt Incursbls Sclenctmt to ea constitutional dlieue has- etorureulreseonullutltoaltreument ualll- Calarrh ACure Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constlullonkl cur on tbe market Is Internalljlln froUl drops to a teaspoonful It sets Wrtctlr on Ibe blood and mucous iurbcM ol tbt iji Im They one hundred dollars for case t fill cure Bend lor circular and testimonials dJree J CHENEV A CO Toledo Sold by drunlit lie alls Family Pills at the best a p 1J IW iIiiiliT y r Get Rich J y Others have done so why cant you Deposit f your money with the THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KYJ I IHioro It will be safe and incr- easeWhile You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent Stafford Female College+ t llf J Has all the grades of the bell city gratunmJjchooU and in addition the full r gutlar courses of study of tho beat female colleges in the Stato Four departments study Literary and HclentlBc Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction In all departments by competent and experienced teachers Tho next annual session will open Monday September 31 Tuition fCM rang from fI0lo f25ler term of 20 weeks DoaN tuition in ilterarr courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For catalogue address B S PINS ERTON PrirnJS- tarnfoxde Ky State College of Kentucky l The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural homiest Hloloeical Madiematioai Normal t ehool Ulaisical Mechanical Engineering Electrics Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and loads to a degree Poolgraduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a master a degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty Tho general faculty numbers more than thirty profentors and instructorstCOUNTY APPOINTEES rocoUe tuition room rent In dormitory luol and lights and il they remain ton months traveling exn o Tile are well and modernJThe lass Legislature appropriated SMOOO for a ooltof horn for young women stud a drill ball and sjrmnaUuw has Wen provided for aw Mlllttrr tot live and eoienot are nUy proridtd for u required by Coo WSM Oraduatu from the several coiines ol tsodj nMdily Sal vxreJlmt post dolt and liberal manvwraiio The dud is laryelr io etCMsol the tiblUtj sf ISM ooilesM to LssM yu UM matriculation list was fIO fsw catal sfiMs method ol obtnlnlnf appoiatments lnfons ti in refardiaf oouitM ot Need tansw ol dasbmioo apply to JAVtBlK pA TTKISJX Ph U IX D PnfUtoai Foil torm bo lns Soptombor I IOOI LBXIMTOM K- 5Good I Bve StanfordJ Great Removal Sale of the Racket Store four iinick lad pick what yu Ilk white these ifrnai Irgalea last la rlisrtr f s lifetime All of these focxl will bo svttrifloed nt mt tswiion d their aiIcuuHHM ol psotesasodl lgin lo acne K Urfa liiiltter ot rich kfKxl acd icrlttcf ol to the Isst Cotue sod see 1Iu node fXiiiinu tlivui with oar udhands Wc1m that ouch iiuiitiee al ach pnosn were mt offered before Vll ol Oli tORtr stiiit b hantrsul itlron now en They are jduoIMdwrec1 This HUNMsi erythug what go so conic in got your- llaue Reid this PGiall IUd act promptly Wlol w sksdss allc ion with atones He table 011eIQlt JO sad k per yard o at 14e Julio turn skirt Oftk 12 fo at Wr Otarke O N T sad silk thread ni 4o spool horse c l4ni worth 150 r a ale nmtnita worth 10 o et 2w Hrtwcels carpet roe lc J ari wbiieittMki t3Bo For Heir HOISM bud lot e stress hI a surrey ud prill j waken good silk rll umber 12 ud 14 loot ut k lotion bowehud- ad kitchen urnlUite aixi n lot of modern aud tipto dIt re fixtures The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB G1NSBURC PropriotorA Lamps tIn150 Lamps at 100J175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 II 300 Lamps at 213I GEOFtGElH FARRIS CO We Will rake In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness ciLiveStock of AH Kindsr Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest innrkct prices Carson Pence Stanford MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A rirstOlass Hoarding School For GirlscJ W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ten teachers who were educated at tho loading Institutions of America and have wade brilliant records as Instructors everyone a specialist In her de narimenv Music department exceptionally strong School apparatus and irnnri Equipment excellent tare No fussy teachers frequent illustrated lest ures free tho principal on his recent travels In Palestine and and healthful location only one serious care of sickness In 12 years flcet no higher than other ttrstclass schools nor than many Inferior ones Sand for catalogue