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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IJVOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1901 9 A M NO 57 I NEWS NOTES r The new president pronounces hlsj fname RoievcH Toe output of whisky in Kentucky for the year Is 30600000 gallons Tbo 0 O will put electric tans In the Dig Bend and Lewis tunnels Martball Baker aged 01 and Charles 4 o Callahan 82 both died at Greenup q t Sunday Wllllo Flynn aged five killed bls brother aged three with a Winchester rUle at Owensboro The annual session of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows convened la Indianapolis yesterday 1JudgeEll Torrance of Minneapolis cowmander io eblef of the I Grand Army of the Republic Hollyiprlionment and there Is somo kicking In Anderson rounty An Owcnsboro distiller has bought I the Pleasure Ridge Park Distillery for J23000 and the Jett Distillery at Car roll ton for 915000 Charlie Motely a colored employe of the L K was killed by bis bead striking against a tipple while looking 1out of k car window ward Bayllis proprietor of the Stag Hotel at Cincinnati killed himself while crazed with grief over the death of President McKinley Tbo Navy Department has appointed tear Admiral Francis M Ramior as the third member of the Scbley court of Inquiry to succeed Rear Admiral jf Ilowlton 1ormer Attorney General Grlggs ad Iw vocatcs a law Imposing penalty of life Imprisonment for belonging to any or I ganlzatlon that teaches the murder oj public officials Prof J B Wllkcrson superintendent of the public schools of Pulaskl Tenn has cbnfctscd that be has been guilty of theft many times within the past few year 4Twelve armed men have been sura President Wood of the Unt- ted Mine Workers ID Modlsonvllle to protect him from violence He claims danlerI circuit court which adjourned Saturday nine prisoners were sentenced to the jwni tentlary six of them having been convicted of murder or attempted murder Three Negroes worn taken from the jail at Wlckllffe Ballard county Wed nesday night and hanged to a tree in I tbe courthouse yard They were ac cused of murdering and robbing one of their race It is stated that the commute ap pointed to arrange for tbo erection of the Goebel monument Gov James B McCreary chairman has decided that it shall be a shaft ICO feet high with a life size bronze figure of Gov Goebol surmounting It At Lilly Laurel county Maggie Neatman was killed by Tom Brown a 14 year old boy Browns sister and tho Neatman woman quarreled and when be heard of It bo procured a shotgun and blew her bead off Brown and ulster are in Jail at London aThere Is much uneasiness in Madl eonvllle over the report that tbo strlk 1ring minors will attempt to prevent the nonunion men In Hopkins county from going to work in the mines It la fear ed tbat violence will be attempted and an extra force of guards in on duty at tbe mines- Secretary of State Hill hue Issued a r circular letter to the county clerks of various counties in tbe State calling their attention to thou ocosslty for Immediate fi action In order to secure bal lot paper for the coming election In November Ho also calls attention to the duty of tbo various county election boards In the matter of selecting olll cere to servo In the different precincts nt registration and on election day Judge Rodney Haggard a prominent attorney of Winchester studded by shooting himself In the mouth Busi ness and domestic difficulties It Is sup posed caused temporary Insanltywblch s4 led to tbo deed Ho was u gallant Con federate soldier and was captured in tbo Ohio raid und spent the remainder of the time to the close of tbo war as a prisoner on Johnsons Island Return log homo he was nominated for sheriff before bo attained his majority and was elected and reelected In 1880 bo was hosed State Senator and was the au thor of the famous equalization law In 1803 he was chosen county judge In 1S90 ho was a democratic candidate for tho Congressional nomination but was beaten by tbe Influence of the Farmers Alliance A COMMUNICATION y Editor Allow me to speak a few etwords in favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy 1 tuflered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and van ous patent medicines but could get noth ing to give mo any relief until my wife got a bottle of title valuable medicine which his completely relieved meW- S Brocltmsn Bagnel Mo This remedy U for sale by Craig Rocker t DEAD Prosldont McKinloy Dion OF Ilia Wounds Ttnd the Whole Country Sar- rows at Ita sons BURIAL AT OANTON THURSDAY Gangrene was the cause of the presi dents death and there Is a theory that the bullet was poisoned The autopsy of the physicians demonstrated tbat tbo wound was fatal from the start and tbat death was unavoidable by any surgical or medical treatment It was evlIdencoofrounded by a gangrenous development as largo In area as a sliver dollar This was true If both boles In the abdomi nal wall and stomach In the upper end of the kidney through which the bul let was found to have pasted and also It was discovered that tbe pancreas was Involved Dr Waidln wat sup ported by others In the theory that the chemicalIheld to ascertain whether such was the caso The autopsy developed tbat tbo walls of tho heart were thin but Dr Mann says the president did not have a tobacco heart as was supposed by many Tbero were private services at the Mllburn House Buffalo Sunday morn log over the remains of Presided Mc Klnley and during tbo afternoon the CityHallWashington and the pawing of the fu neral train was marked by the tolling of bells Last night tbe body rested In Executive Mansion and at 10 oclock this morning the body will be taken to the rotunda of the Capitol where It will lie In state until 12 oclock Wed nesday wben the public funeral to which ticket will be issued will be held At 230 oclock Wednesday af ternoon the body will bo taken to Can ton where the final ceremonies will take place conducted by the citizens under the direction of a committee appointed by the mayor The dead president was born at Nile Ohio 1813 Enlisted as private 23d O V 1801 Mustered out as brevet major 1865 Admitted to tho bar 1807 Elected prosecuting attorney 1809 Married 1871 Elected to Congress 1870 Member of Ways and Means Commit tee 1880 Chairman of Ways and Means Com mittee 1SS- OMoKtnley Tariff enacted 1SOO Gerrymandered out of Congress 1800 Elected governor of Ohio 1801 Reelected governor 1893 Elected presldent1896 Reelected president 1000 Shot Sept 0 1001 Died Sept 14 1001 Vice President Roosovell reached Buffalo Saturday afternoon and after an official call of condolence at the Mil burn home took the oath of office as AnlleyWilcoxout and tears were on his cheeks as bo byJudleInlet Court Directly after the oath had been administered President Roosevelt asked tbo members of the Cabinet for u conference after which be annonnced that ho had assurances that tbo Cabinet would remain at his request at least for tho present As ho was about to take the oath Roosovelt said It shall bo my aim to continuo absolutely unbroken the policy of Pres prosperItyHis first official act was the issuance of a proclamation setting apart Thursday as a day of mourning on which day he calls upon the people to assemble at their respective places of worship The news of the presidents death was broken to Mrs McKinley by her slater Mrs Barber Sbo displayed un expected calmness Mrs McKinley re mained In her room all day It has not yet boon determined whether she shall participate In the public funeral at Washington or go direct to Canton A death mask of President McKIn leys taco was made Sunday morning The mask was taken by Edward L A Pauach of Hartford Conn Pausch has modeled tbe features of many of the distinguished men who have died in this country In recent year The mask Is a faithful reproduction of tho presidents feature Special memorial services were held in the churches throughout the coun preabI Groyer Cleveland the only living MeKln1leyKlnley was duo to the presence of toxlo l potion In the nyitem caused by lmper fectly digested food The congregations of the churches at Danville united Sunday night In memorial services for the death of President McKinley j Mrs McKinley Is In a greatly eak1 elTortaltoBuffalo before boarding the train funeralI An anarchist at Martlnsvlllc who expressed pleasure at the death of the president was taken from his home stripped tied to a treo and severely floirged Leon Czolgosz the assassin of Presi dent McKinley will be tried before the regular term of tbo New York supreme court Gov Odcll having declined to call a special session The death of President McKInley has caused an outburst of sympathy in Great Britain and King Edward has ordered tbo English court to wear emblems of mourning for a week An Indictment against Czolgosz for tbo murder of tbo president will prob ably be handed up by tbo grand jury today and his arraignment before the supreme court will quickly follow- A mob storrond the Chicago jaU Sat urday night with tbo Intention of lynching the anarchist suspects under confinement there but was dispersed by the police on reaching the jail door Acting Postmaster General Shallen berger has Issued the following order Out of respect to the memory of our late president all postofflces will be closed on Thursday Sept 10 after 10 oclock A M Philip King In a discussion of too financial outlook expresses tbe opinion that President Roosevelt will rise to the occasion and ho thinks the effect of the change of administration Is ale ready discounted- It Is probable tbat tho presidents as sassin will be indicted for murder at onco In Buffalo and his trial will come up In tbo Supremo court of New York Stato Monday Sept 23 The penalty of his crime Is death in the electric chair President McKlnlcy left a will Tbe Instrument was executed some time be fore the shooting and at no tlmo dur ing his final suffering was there any wish or occasion to revise it or to frame a codicil It leaves the bulk of his property to Mrs McKinley How much tbo estate Is worth can not be stated with exactness IDDLEBURG Several cases of scarlat fever are reported in the country Clell MoAnlnch nas moved to Wayne county Several Casey boys are work- Ing In Wayne Tho watermelon season Is about oyer with this years fruit being the small est In years on account of tho drouth There Is a fairly good crop of apples and plums plies Ella Fcrroll daughter of Rev Ferrell Is qulto ill with typhoid fever Little Bertha Lucas daughter of Lu thor Lucas bad the misfortune to lose the tip of her right index finger by a hatchet In the bands of a little play mateW T Coulter T S Benson and J A Wall the present Incumbent aro seeking the democratic nomination for magistrate In the Mlddleburg district As nil three are honest capable and trustworthy the democracy of the dis trlct could not wish for better timber to pick from Waltur Eason who has been visiting relatives bore has returned to his homo In Garrard county Little Char lie Wheat of St Louis Is visiting rel atives hero Miss Alice Hall one of Caseys most popular schoolteachers visited friends and relatives here Sat urday and Sunday The protracted meeting which has been going on at the Christian church for the past two weeks was to have closed Friday night but by special re quest Rev Gllllam the pastor and conductor of the series of meetings has consented to continue a few days longer An association of the teachers of Ca say county was bold at Clement vtllo Saturday and was attended byJ several of tbo teachers from this section of the county The next meeting of the teachers of this county will be hold at Mlddloburg Saturday Sept 28 when a large delegation Is expected to bo pres entM W Jones democratic nominee for county judge Is out blithe bushes this week whooping up the boys Mr Jones Is making a clean and honorable canvass and Is not resorting to mudslinging He Is gaining ground every day and has already succeeded In scar ing Capt Raines Present signs point to bis election though It will be a hard tight Proclamation of The Mayor lour beloved President McKinley case ruthlessly assassinated at But falo will be laid to rest at Canton 0 Thursday Sept 10 In conformity to to tbe proclamation of the president of too United States Issued Saturday the people of Stanford are requested to close their places of business and as semble at their usual places of worship 1at 2 oclock p M and hold proper me mortal services or if they desire hold a union meeting J N MKNEFEE Mayor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Maj John D Harris is very at his home in MadUon county Mrs Lottie Boyces home at Junc LIon City was destroyed by fire causing a loss of 11200 She bad tOOO Insur anceJohn Pope of Livingston has rented the Crescent Hill Dairy Farm near Danville and will take possession Oct 1 The Beatty Oil Company capital stock 110000 and headquarters at Burnslde filed articles of Incorpora LIon at Frankfort At a meeting of interested citizens at Lancaster O T Wallace and J M Farra wore chosen as delegates to the National Good Roads Convention Bro H W Elliott evangelist for the State of Kentucky will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morn Ins The attendance of all members Is earnestly desired J W Hagln Harry Campbell Charley Baker Joo Hutchison and Lewis Cbcatbam of Paint Lick were arrested near Lan caster Saturday night charged with shooting at a lot of Negroes on tbe Bryantsvlllc pike and wounding one of themMrs Mary At McKee tbe aged aunt of Mrs R C Warren of this place was found dead In her room at Dan yule Sunday morning She was 78 years old and was a highly educated and reflned lady Death Is supposed to have been tbe result of heart disease Bruce Bright have under way of construction one of tbe largest storage houses In Central Kentuky on their lot near the Cincinnati Southern freight depot In dimensions It Is 135 feet long 100 feet wide and 20 feet high It will be used for the storage of hay and grain Advocate A dispatch from Danville says Dr Henry Conner a dentist accidentally drank a glass of water In which was a solution of arsenic Ho then retired for the night but was awakened by pains and believing that bo was too to re cover attempted to write a note stating that bo had not committed suicide He will recover Shannon McKinney of Livingston bad a cow to disappear about three weeks ago much time was spent look Ing for her yet no trace could be found but about tbe time the cow had been gone three weeks he decided to take a peep In the stable wblnh was almost hidden by weeds and as he opened the door what met the gaze of his eyes but the helpless and beyoDd redemp tlon carcass of his old cowMt Ver non Signal MATRIMONIAL Henry Collins aged 21 and Miss Nolllo Prewltt sweet 10 were married at Crab Orchard Saturday- A triple wedding was celebrated near Salt Lick the three brides being sis tare and two of the bridegrooms broth ersBecause sho could not tell which ono of three brothers was her husband Mrs Louis Zevln of New Britain Conn otter three days of married life has left her husband Her husband Is one of triplets and It was at tbo wed ding that Mrs Zevln first eaw her husbands brothers They looked so much alike that she could not tell which one she had married CAME NEAR BEING A CRIPPLE Josh Wcsthater of Loogootee Ind Is a poor man but he says be would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if It cost five dollars a bottle for it saved him from being a cripple No external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured nu morous cases of partiAl paralysis It is for sale by Craig it Hoc ker- LANCASTER FOR RENTIn Lancaster a house of 10 rooms garden and stable Central ly located and well suited for a board Ing house For reference John M Orand 8th and Jefferson Streets Waco Texas The game of golf is said to have been Invented in ancient times by a lonely dOJtbant YVotiF = = = + O I ARRIVING DAILY IjIfsj Largest Line of Fall Novel t elties we have ever car mJjf fried at all prices 1 iiJITPAYS TO TRADE AT t iij THE GLOBEt Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and RepairingI I r0 Your money back if joure not satisfied fi li MILLER BIHS H DanvilleGSuccessors to J L Frohman Co iIl = = = V =6== = Manss The name Manss on a perfect No better goods can be made and their styles are just a little better than most Shoes Our new stock comprises nil the latest styles and leathers Double Soles Heavy Extended Soles Double Decked Soles etc TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS JPHAPPY FARMER I 1 USES UPTODATE I IrMAOlINERY HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford 1 IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUGISTORE CO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish land Varnish Stains HL H i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r C WALTON 1E DEMOCRATIC PARTY tills Is the way to vote the Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic Ticket For State Senator t i QEO T FARRIS For Repreientatire C M F NORTH for County Judge r It JA8 P BAILEYt for County Clerk i rGEO B COOPER i for County Attorney r HARVEY HELM For Gheriff M S BAUGHMAN For Awttor M G REYNOLDS For Jailer W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON Ii a CftndliUte for Railroad Commluloner for tbe 2 Diiulct lubiect to the will cUbe democracy TILE murderous bullet of the sumo chlet assassin finally did Its deadlv work and savea and a half days after was fired Into the presidents vitals tbe spirit of natures nobleman tbe statesman and Christian gentleman wlD ed- Its flight to dwell forever wltb Him who saidIIBe thou faithful unto deal and I will give thee a crown of life The end came at 215 Saturday more ing after seven hours of unconscious pees following a touching scene with his wife whom be sent for As she re Bponded to his call he attempted to chant Nearer My God to Thee There were a few words of offectlonat greeting and Mr McKInley lapsed Into unconsciousness his last audible word being Goodbye all goodbye It Is Gods way His will be done The shock of tbe presidents sudden collapai was almost as intense as tbe news of bls assassination which came like a thunderbolt from a clear sky The countri had been buoyed up by favorable bulletins from his bedside and hope had Inspired every manly breast that the great and good man would be spared to the nation and to isle loving wife But man propbaas and God disposes and today the whole country is bowed wltt grief the nature of the presidents tak- Ing off adding indignation to sorrow There was neither reason nor excuse for the deed Tbe country was in pro found peace at home and the president was the most kindly of men His administration was conservative and ja trlotlc and was reflecting credit alike on him and the people The occasion was a grand social gathering the nature of which is witnessed in no other country The president was receiving and shaking hands with his fellow citizens and had extended hla hand tc the vile wretch who acting under orders of bis redhanded crowd who de splse all forms of government and hate all rulers fired the fatal shot The deed emphasizes the Imperative demand that anarchy shall be stamped from this country and If It results In the banging Incarceration or banisbmenl of every one who holds the same vlewe as Czolgoez President McKInley will not have died In vain deplorable as IE his death GEN E H HOUSOK of Greensburg president of tbe Mexican War Veter ans Association died suddenly at Cleveland 0 of heart failure He was 77 years old and a prominent banker Gen Hobson served as a lieutenant during the Mexican war and was colo net of the lath Kentucky Infantry dur fag the Civil War He was made a brigadier general for bravery at Shi loh and bis commission as major general was ready for the presidents sig nature when Lincoln was assassinated Gen Hobson was In command of the troops that captured John Morgans raiders In Ohio Gen Hobson was Inter ested in having Mrs Polio T Courts now Mrs A A McKlnney appointed postmaster here under President Har rison IT Is stated that John W Yerkes r will resign as commissioner of Internal revenue but the report is opt believed I GUITEAUS curse upon the jury tbat condemned him to death for kllllDg President Garfield hasnt proven muob of a weight Eight of them are nUl living and doing well while the dead ones lived to a good old age The ourle of a vile murderer and assassin doesc hurt any one but himself TUE Glasgow Times thinks tbat Czoljroez made the mistake of his life by not making a bee line for India Da after he had shot President McKinley Brer Richardson Is wrong Indiana II the uarbor only for tboso assassins who slay democrats THE Spencer Courier makes a dirty fling it Hon James BMcCrel1ry which will do that paper much more damage than It will the distinguish d gentleman from Madison who will our next U S Senator THOSE enterprising Danville papers the News and the Courier both got 01 special editions telling about Presldei McKinleya death THIS AND THAT Thomas Floyd aged 7d Is dead In BoyleThe court of appeals buckled down to work again yesterday Thaddeus C Campbell a wellknow lawyer of Maysvllle Is dead Bfshop Henry B Whlpple ofth Episcopal church Is dead at Farlbaull Mina John Welslger sold lCOO bushels of wheat to Anderson Spilman at 65c AdvocateJohn Schorrs filly Endurance won the Great Eastern Handicap at Sheepsbead Bay Frank B Adcock a prominent Car rollton merchant was fatally Injure In a runaway accident Czolgoez was arrested six years alO for trying to blow up the house of a Polish Catholic priest- T O Ritchie a Claiborne county Tenn farmer was fatally Injured by his horse falling on him The jury in the Ellen T Marshal will case brought in a verdict in favo of the plaintiffs Advocate gVonGruenlgen Simpsons hard warestbre at Nlcholasvllle was rot bed of a lot of knives and pistols Berry Howard denounced tbe assas slDa lon of President McKInley am said bo hoped Czolgosz would be pun isbed to the full extent of the law Each town on tie route of the Me Clnley funeral train adopted some special means of paying tribute to th memory of the martyred president Miss Mary Bradley daughter of Mr T A Bradleyof Boyle has accepted the position of teacher of science IE he Athens Female College of Athens rune Leola Jacob Hbguelys fine mare oho Is being handled by Mr A B lutchlngs has won 84500 In purses luring the past three weeks says the Advocate Judge Henry S Barker In his charge to the Loulsyllle grand jury stated that election frauds are one of the principal muses of anarchy Both democratic aDd republican primaries are tobe in veetli ted The suit of the Union National Bank of Louisville vs the Somerset Banking Co on motion of the attorneys for ilalntiff was dismissed without preju Lice and 162000 will be paid the depoa tore at once A statement purporting to bo au horltlvely given out from the headquarters of the road says that the oulsvlllo Southern In view of the deadlock which threatens to prevent the lease of the C N O T P will xtend Its line to Chattanooga LONDON FAIRA crowd estimated at from 5000 to 8000 attended the London Fair Friday and enjoyed to tbe fullest extent a splendid show of lock and tbree hotly contested races The exhibition which ended that day wa the best In the history of the asso latlon and President J T Williams Secretary E A Chilton and General Tanager R M Jackson have a right to eel proud of tholr success financially and otherwise Lincoln Madison Rock castle and Knox counties were all rep eeented In the show of stock which far surpassed previous meetings The oral ball was well fills d with womens work farm and garden products and the like and was a popular place es eclally with the ladles Mrs Ellis I arkIc road who was Miss Sudle Riley won a half dozen or so premiums on ber needle work cakes etc which were highly complimented As usual such interest was centered In the fan oy turnout ring and and It was won by lisa Williams the handsome daugh rer of President Williams A sister of Mills Williams won in the best lady rivers ring Mack Hughes Muska toon won the trot In straight heats go Inlbe last mile In 225 Dave Wilcox ot second money with Neal and Hon B B King of this county third with Ante Carlo R M Jacksons Arthur W won the pace with McClure Na piers Walter C second Arthur W paced one of the miles In 215 breaking tbe track record John Wiggins took tbe running race and R H Bronaugha Red Bond came second Mr Bronaugh won the running races of Wednesday Bnd Thursday For a bad taste in the mouth take bamberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig Hocker LAND STOCK CROPS ETC White seed rye for tale J E Bruce Stanford H C Marcum the Shelby vllle horse man Is dead IGreenHenry Bright Hays sold to Woolfol Givens six shoats for 824 Powell Harper sold 02 sheep a Danville yesterday at it 60 Mark Hardin bought of James Me ser a bunch of heifers at 3c J T Embry bought of C C GoverI 13 twoyearold mules at 885 Jersey cow five years old and a milker for sale This ofllco oodI T C Rankin bought at Danville ves terday six mules at 850 to 8100 B W Games bought of Fred Van Grucnlgan a gray gelding for 975 H N Mitchell has sold his farm near Perryvllle to J H Minor for 87000Lutes Co shipped a load of 200 pound hogs to Cincinnati bought In June at 41 to 5c Harry Landers sold to T W Lasle 30 hogs that averaged 250 pounds at 20 30 Glasgow Times FOR SALE21 1050pound cattle good ones Address W A Spragenl Powars Casey county Ky 4t Lutes Co shipped to Gcorgetowi 10 725pound yearling cattle that they bought in this section at 3 to 3c Catron Wood sold to J H Poyn ter of Pulaskl 15 1100pound cattle that averaged UOMt Vernon Signal Thomas Pence bought of Wm Logai a bunch of 200pound hogs at 60 and of Toe Chancellor some 50 pound shoats a 1250 Lutes Co bought of George King it Casey 25 acres of corn at 82 50 In yearIIIDgR L Nash owner of wear old Jay Bird mare Hawthorne rofuscc 3000 for her She Is entered In the Lexington Futurity sold to IImareor Casey a bunch of yearling cattle at 3c and some 040 pound heifers at tic They also bought of same party a pall of mules for 8125 O P Huffman bought of Frank Me Clnneyjflve butcher cattle at 3c of J- T Hackley some 200 pound hogs to and some butcher stutT of S J Smbry Sr at 3c Tom Brockeold to Louis Joseph 100 xport cattle 1400 pounds in weight a 5c Gay Bros sold to same 91 cattle 1500 lbs at 5c and 73 somewhat light er at5c Winchester Democrat The R L Crigler property known ai tbe Woodland distillery farm of 100 acres near Lexington on the Harrods blrg pike was sold at public auction las week to Mrs J Will Sayre for 22000 J W Lockrldge bought of J J Allen a pair of mules for 8275 of C T lohon a pair for 1300 of Samuel Reid a pair for 8250 of J K Baughman free for 8395 and of H C Baughman ODe for 8100 A good crowd attended Mrs Prlecllla Towns sale near McKlnney Saturday The farm of 103 acres was bought by F M Ware at 855 hogs sold at 5 30 mille cows at 820 to 835 corn at 82 30 In- tbe field and household and kitchen furniture high Judge J W Hughes sold to B F Sanders 125 hogs for Oct 1 to 10 dellv erv He got 63 for those that weigh 110 pounds and over and 51 for those tbat weigh under that amount W C erhune has bought 1000 mule colts thls season at an average of 130Bar jdaburg Democrat DANVILLE COURT There were bout 100 or so cattle on tbe Danville market yesterday but buyers and soil ers were so far apart that very little siding was done A few choice ye lings and twoyearolds brought close- 3ic while heifers went as low as 2o A number of mules sold at e65 to 8140 aDd horses at 840 to 8100 The crowd wa a little above the average for this time of tbe year POLITICAL iLeelle Combs la said to be Rooao s in Kentucky and this taken to mean that Collector Sapps days are numbered- W J Brown chairman of the Pulas ki County Democratic Committee has Issued a call for a convention to meet Saturday Sept 21 to ndmlnato candl dates for the various county oUlces A- full ticket will be put In tbe field A Paducah paper found only two an chlsta In that city of 20000 and both denounced the attempted assassination of President McKInley How the Tay 10rltes must have diminished In the capital of the PurchaseOwensboro essunger the matter of the manner of sup IIn the unspeakable Deboo with a democratic Senator who can open his mouth without putting his foot In It- tbe Democratic State Central and Executive Committees have wisely decided to let well enough alone The ob ctlons pointed out by former Gov icCreary to a Senatorial primary ut- tblilate stage of the Legislative cam palgD are unanswered and unanswer ableLou Times rMeQS Nuts 25c I We have a few mens fine rough anti Rinbotl straw hate left forme1 price 50e 75c and 1 Wo are not going to take them away hence 1 at25c our losfl and your gait 1Mens a Shoes largo as mens fine nndCOII grcss tan or black I patent leather vie kid box cult etc The n- cI tutu value of these goods is front 2 to j- ill this sale from 98o to to 8178 ILadres Shoes it wares anti button worth from 81 to 83 I go at 4Uc Mens Shirts 49c A few mens fine neg 1 ligee shirts two collars detached worth 81 go in this sale at 40c I Curtain Scrim 4c 3 bolts curtain scrim Go quality at le I Hoosier Cotton 4c 72 bolts of Hoosier I unbleached cotton yard wide sold everywhere at Gc go at Ic- Special1 We have 10 dozen mens all wool Socks 1 20c quality come and get as many as you I need fur the coming winter at only lOc pair ata a saewtwr tor aaarSilks 29c One lot of fiuo col ored and wash silks in lengths of from 1 to 16 yards the real value of these silks is 50c to 75c in this Ealo at the un heard of price of 20c 10 regular 8150 losing Out to Quit Business Sale The The Louisville Store 1500000Of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Aats Jackets Capes Com forts Blankets etc must pos itively be sold by TJ ISTTrAIRST 11J 7O2 We have just received positive and final instructions to this effect from headquarters This a bonafide closing out to quit sale Country mcrchiuita are especially invited to in our tore examine the goods and get the prices Wo will mad seasonable goods cheaper than tho same goods willcost ou in this city If you are not iu need of goods at present it will pa rou to lay them aside for future two at the prices quote The Louisyille StoreKy Sal ngel Bros Prors GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE OF CLOTHING mens and blue clay worstoml suits at 3808 85 moans fancy casimere suits at 8240 Macintosh coats sold season at 8380 we have uly 15 left and theywill go at 8140 OUInocoats at 7- 00tsrerrsastrrrw tat arw ttaa 10 REWARDSt- olen from my home near Stanford on tbe night of August Sato a bay hone 15I bends high 7 or 8 yea r old with roch male I 110 reward for hit return to me at Stanford W M WILDER NONE IUT GENUINEI I handle DeerIng Harvester Extra and Fixtures but keep none but the genuIne Unless the name Deering api can on them you may know they are not genuine S OAKlENTEK Hu tonTllle Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky cleanNewly furnished slliendid table Everything first close Porten meet all trains 89 LAND FOR SALE Slxtynlna acres being the balance of the Win Davies land yet unsold Iloundc tho Frankfort liohon and nioomflel towsIlmitewhclo or divided Apply to lira yen Danville or Sam Harrodt burg yttGREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH- I lave located at Crab Orchard In Gee Holme store near tho railroad on helm pike for the purpose of giving you people worth of your money will always find bargain at my store I am Belling econdhand Clothing to new also new ClothIng and Gents Furnllhlng Goods Flue Shoes late CaW etc Hoping that you will not forget to jwit ronlzo me promising fair treatment 1 a Invitation to visit tho gIveincinnati Itargula Store Call and eee mo when you como to town We will sell flour and meal from Morrl Freds Farmer Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI 11MIOAIN STORE M HEI6EK Piton FARM FOR RENT I For rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm of 317 ACRES Three and one miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms address E P FARRELL Farrell Bldg Lexington Ky rawttw w Kid Gloves 49c AVo have only pairs of ladies kid gloves all ircs and col pre black tan gray red pink white brown etc Price as long as they last 49c Of is call toll you the we Stanford 8760 black Mmes last tick Otten half ro- 1Shirts t Ono lot lndiess fine It f shirt waists in f null percales also Inwn81 t t flannel shirt winter use real J50c and 75c go in thiu 1sale at 3Ucf I Blandets f 1le havo 69cIstock of are lcarryany awayto prices are cut in halfsthis is your chance to buy n good lM blank et worth 8125 at OOc Linen Collars 5c hens 1ply linen IfIan nilItII1 and sizes worth 15c itS long tus they lout at Gc 1 Lace Curtains 40IWe have n few fine IllUir r Fancy Nose ChildrousfalIcy hose 1 regular price 26c only o few left at 10c- Suspenders 1 I9c 1 AVe have a large as nrtinent of mans fine uspendor worth26l 1 allil35e go in this sale It lOc Special I Wo have HO black 1trillllll md got one before nil I ire gone at 01lj FREE S FREE Dont fall to ask for tbe Consumers and Merchant BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers anyMerchant ti A 5 PER CENT SCRIPT DDLLAB o clatlon are the most wide awake and keep the beat stock of good and their prices are the lowest rSovemnccPennys Drug Store Drugs nnd Chc1I11calsIW W Withers Furniture Carpets rte IIiggins do McKinnoyGroccrics Jlartlwaro and Implements FunmislmerHies t JJcnlcrVillial11 I J A Men tt Co Lumber b New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronago will he appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andjiceus w W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Streett BARGAIN PRICES rPaintsTHE C4 HIAfter the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Savefyou money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC J tfTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL BrAxrono KY SKIT 17 1001 TRY tho Judo Taft clear for a choice imoko at Pennys Drug Storo OUn proscription work Is unlurpau- r ed us and bu conYlnced Ponnya r t Drugstore 1PERSONALSf Skilns J M ALVFRSON li lick WALTER W BAUNUERB it In Clocln natl WIRED PORTMAN Is down with loveri L PENNY li threatened with lover t MR AND MRS HORACE DROWN are In CincinnatiMRS LACKEY returned to Gt Louis Saturday IIpeDdlnllOmeL trip to the mountains this week MRS H R BRIGHT of Mt Sterling It with Mrs R S Lytlo In Danville I W B IlANSFOUD of paid thls olllco a call Sat 1JATTon HUNDLEY loft yesterday Su Katherines Academy near Springfield MR K C HOPPER of Latonla at tended Mr W D Wcatherfords bur lal at HuBtonvlllo Sunday R L OrFUTT the Courier Journal e clever repreientatlro was hero Friday In the Interest of his paper MR T W WALLiS of South Elk horn Fayette county was here yester day to see about renting a farm GKOUUK McA LISTER went Monday to enter Kentucky Military Institute at J Lyndon Mt Sterling Democrat CAIT R A DELIMI who accident ally shot himself several weeks ago resumed his run on tho L A N 1hatIn AND MRS W AL BOQLH of Owcotboro attended tho burial of Mr W D Wcatberford at Hustonvlllo Miss PEARL ROUT of the Wes- End Is attending collage at Parle and wants the I J sent to her there MIHSBS OLIVE BALDWIN of Rich mood and Salllo Burgess of Mays vllle are guests of Mrs W H Shanks MISSES LOUISE CARTWRIQHT of Loulivlllo and Miss Edith Walker of Danville aro with Miss Mamlo White If HON J S OWSLEY Sit and daugh l ten Misses Linda and Emma Owsloy leave today for tbo Buffalo Exposition MRS PferER STRAUII JR anti baby aro back from a visit to Louisville friend MESSRS CIIARLBS L Cnow A C Dunn J L Tot ton J H Yeagcr and C L D woe attended tho London fair FridayMR THOMAS B GALLEY of Tampa Fla Is the guest of handsome Mill Lillian Carpenter In the Hustonvlllo section Miss KITTY Ooocn has matriculated at Stanford Female College Her sis ter will Join her there as soon as she Is CDOUllht JATt has resigned as manager of tbo Electric Light Plant at Catlettsburg to accept a good position t at Frankfort MR W L MCCARTY and wife of s Klngivlllc were hero yesterday on their return from a visit to friends and relatives at Plnevlllo- DRS I B OLDIIAM of Klrksvllle f r t and E C Poyntz of Paint Lick were j hero Saturday consulting with Drs Peyton and Carpenter WILL U ROOTT of Moreland Is newtMiss ECdENlA who has spent the summer In Lancas ter was hero Friday on routo to WIN llarasburg to visit friends DR G GOLDSTEIN the optician will bo at the Veranda Hotel tomor row and Thursday Consult him If your eyes are troubling you MR THOMAS MCROIIERTS Misses Mamlo and Susan McRoborta of Dan ville and JullaHlgglns of Richmond took supper with Mr and Mrs W II Hlgglna last night MRS A E GODWIN returned to her homo at Nasbvlllo Saturday a- ltota r protracted visit to her parents Mr Mrs Richard Bibb Miss Laura King who has also been visiting at Mr Bibbs returned with her J LOCALS t SCIIOOL books and school supplies at Craig Hookers Hlgglna i McKlnnoy before ySEI your millet seed Hill Academy opened yesterday morning with only eight pupils I STOCK of single and doublebarrel shotguns Just In Craig Hockor FINED Tom Evans colored was fined 851n Judge Carsons court for swearlngon the street THOSE owing mo for Walter A WoodI fixtures are requested to eottlo at one e JohnS Murphy Turnersvllle IWEwilt send the INTERIOR JOUR t NAL Bryans Commoner ono year 1 for 105 Now Is the tlmo to subscribe t L D f tickIetsat Louisville Sept 21 22 23 29 30 and Oct Tickets will bo limited to Oct 7 DISCHARGED James Nick Smith was discharged at his trial at Crab fiHumberJudgo Bailey Bio APPLE M J P Hubble of the Jumbo sections loft at this office Friday an apple weighing a pound and which looks as luscious as It U possible for fruit to be CtTAeon ofMillard Bastln tWallsMlddleburg tho other night Tho boys had quarreled previouslyc CHANGED UANDSThe Hustonvlllo ft Green River Valley Telephone lino has been sold by tho stock company which owned It to Messrs J Q Cou- lter James Glbonoy and T J Bollat Casey for NUS- WALTER C GnEF uwill make a city out of Hustonvlllo If bb Is given time Ho Is building a handsome reel deuce on Main Street of that place which wakes about the dozenth house be has put up chore In the last year or so- OLD COUPLE BAPTIZED Mr GW Carson and wife aged 80 and 75 re spcctlvelv were baptized soar Turn orevlllo the other day by Eld J Q Montgomery Mr Carson was prink led when an Infant but ho wanted to begin at Jordon as his Master did ho said FOR SAFEKEEPING Sheriff Sutton and Deputies Ed Sutton and N E Johnson of Whltley delivered to Jail er DcBord for safekeeping Saturday Charles and John Shotwell who were gives a life sentence for killing Sutton Farrls at Corbln They will appeal their CliO TUB HarroUdburg Democrat asks Did you over notice tbau about tho tlmo tbo 60 days expire a lot of fool onetproctor to auother and loco their votes by doing so P Uavo you also over ob served that a republican never does a thing of this kind If you know any ono of tbo latter show him to us and take our hat or a new too- JONESMreLcoaoraFJoneeaged II 22 and the only daughter of Mr East ham Tarrant who frequently contrib tHe to this paper died at her homo near Humphrey Casey county Friday- of pneumonia A six year old daugh ter Is left to mourn tho lou of a kind and Indulgent mother Mrs Jones husband died several years ago Kc rDEb Kennedy son of Grove C Kennedy died at his fathers In tbo Preachersvlllo section Friday morning and was burled In the cemo tery at Prcachcrsvlllo Saturday after Alrdwas about 25 years old and loft a alto and ono child He was a hardworking clever young1 man and bis death Is greatly regretted Ho had been HI sorao tIme THE father of James Howard pace d through Stanford on Friday mornings train bound for his homo In the no talus He bad been to Frankfort attend tbo trial of his son which wai continued until the January term Mr Howard is a rather Rood looking o gentleman and has a very mild pair o ogee He Is boot 60 years old but as straight as an arrow and walks wit as firm a step as a than of 35 SOLD OUTW W Withers who has successfully conducted a furniture store hero for a number of years has sold his splendid stock to George L Carpenter of the Moroland section t and Wlofred G Withers of this place who will compose the Withers Furnl taro Co Mr Withers has boon as Boolatcd with his brother for a longtime and understands well the Inrnl taro bnslncss Mr Carpenter has had no experience In that line but It will not take him long to catch on Tho ro tiring Mr Withers will roar and try to regain his health tbo balance of tho year and begin the now year in a now role TREY DITID our last Issue wo stated that wo would pay liD for 1001 pen nine meaning of course that number of coppers Tbo ink on the paper had scarcely dried until pennies mado this year 1001 wore brought to us by peo plo who really seemed to expect 810 for them Bring us 1000 coppers moro and tho 810 Is yours we would an war and then they saw tbo joke E M Morrow of Somerset sent us a pen toYBailey of Norwood bit about as read Ily while Mr Sim Cook name alt tho way from Cooks Springs to bring u penny that was mado this year Joo Glnsburg of this place was the first to como in and whllo it took him a long time to see the point bo enjoyed it as tnujh as the rest after he caught on They toll on Jack Beazley that he paid 810 for one of the peonies and had started to our omce to got his reward when all of a sudden tho thought truek him that he didnt hero enough money I HAVE just received a big lot of harness saddlery o J C McOlary SEED WHEAT Come and sea our Northern seed wheat before buying J H Baughman Co SEPTEMBER 22d thelast day for ling claims against the county to be- lloweda at tho October term Geo B Cooper clerk hilihomepoorbealtbwas unexpected About 2 oclock Sun day morning his alto was awake and with him his condition showing alarming symptoms but upon await j at 4 Af skin found him dead Dc- eased was a member of the Mctboa t church and was a conscientious Chris tian gentleman Mr Redd bad been married three times his first wife be Ing a sister of Gen T T Garrard Not long since Mr Redd and his surylvlcg wife celebrated their golden wedding Three children are left to mourn the toes of a loving father Mrs John S Cooper C A Redd Jr and Dr Bob Redd Tbo burial took place at CO yesterday morning the ceremonies being con ducted by the Masons of which order bo bad been a member for a number of years THE proposition to issue graded school bonds referred to In our last Issue should be defeated for many rea sof What wo sadly need Is a reduce flea rather than an Increase of tbo rate of taxation The State now collects 47io on tbe 1100 the county can go as high as cents and with tbe turnpikes to pay for and maintain the rato can never be much If any under tbe limit Tbo town may levy as much as 75c and If the saloons should bo voted out the full amount will be required to run tbe city government Tbo school tax is now 40c and If the bonds aro Issued 35c ad ditional may be added making a total of e 247io that may bo levied on a per son residing In town If all should reach tbo limit which Is generally tbo case A town man therefore would have to pay about onehalf of his Income as money now gone begging at 5 per cent High taxes ruin any placo and Stanford has already felt their effect Its bank log capital has been reduced from 8450 000 to 8100000 and every man with surplus dollar Is buying farming lands and strange as It may seem some of the most enthusiastic graded school advocates are among tbo number Moreover It too bonds should be vot ed11 wlll ba Impossible to soil them with suit pending to wit tho validity of the graded school election and tho amount asked for 812000 at least double what It should be Dont forget tbo date place Saturday Sept 21 at the public school building Be on hand and vote against tho proposition toWEATHERFORD Wra D Weather ford died at his home near Hustonvlllc about 10 oclock Friday night after a lingering Illness aged 47 Tbo news of 41e death was received hero a few moments later and a gloom was cast over his legion of friends who ha known him for years and who love kilo for his numerous noble traits p tosbo was a most t Itosoughet was a man non and a gentleman la all the xor Ilberfa gave of Includd town Us devotion to his aged mother was beautiful indeed and it Is not strong- that she Is crushed by his taking away Her sorrow at his gravo brought tears to many eyes and would have melted a heart of stone Her oldest son who had filled the placo made vacant by the death of ills fattier had been snatched from her and all Is dark and gloomy to her May Ho who doeth all things well comfort her In her great loss God great that the sister and brothers who loved him so dearly shall soon realize that tis bettor for those who have gono bolero than those who aro left behind Billy Weatherford as ho was alto e tlonately called was an Intimate friend of the writer whoso grief at his death Is assuaged only by a realization that its sufferings are ended and a hopo that bo is hotter off A very largo crowd gathered at his late homo Sun day afternoon and followed the remains to Hustonvlllo Cemetery where after appropriate remarks by Rev W W Bruce and several songa sweetly sung by a quartette of gentlemen they were laid to rest to await too resurrection morn Beautiful flowers by the wagon load were sent by loving friends who knew Mr Wcatherfords fondness for them while many letters and telegrams of condolence havo boon received by his family Rev Mr Bruce was very fond of the deceased and it was a hard task for him to preach his funeral although he did It well His prayer was a most fervent and touching one while kilo reference to the aged mother and sorrowing sis ter and brothers was couched in words almost sublime There was scarcely a dry eye when the benediction was said and few hearts wero sadder than that of the man of God who loved the dead for his many sterling quaUUesj DONT forgot the Maccabee picnic at Liberty Saturday Of course the IN TERIOR JOURNAL will be represented WE have plenty of all kinds of feed hlpitultlCbeapCo FOR SALEA rePoom with or without stock of goods A good bust lieu stood Wm loser Oltenhelm K y FOR SALE yresidence with six acres of ground where I onto live Easy payments Martha J Vande veer Tool SALTS John Tankeraley a white man was lodged in jell yesterday charged with breaking late a house at Crab Orchard and stealing 100 pounds or more of salts MAYOR MENEKEES proclamation to close business houses at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon and spend an hour i n prayer and appropriate memorial services found elsewhere In this paper should be heeded by everybody In tows and surrounding country A SPOTTED bound white and black with bead nine Inches long a long smooth tell which he carries even with bis body left Bony Carters near Tur ncrsvllle supposes to belong to Mr Green If he Is the dog In question t5 will be paid for him if left at this office BOYLE county democrats were In high feather yesterday and were feel log like winners Tho republicans down there threaten to put out a ticket tbe latter part of this month but It causes tbe gallant democracy of county no loss of sleep for they are 0 ganized to wlifand are going to win sure and certain No settlement has been made trio the miners of the Plttsburg district but a gentleman Informs us that he thinks nq agreement will be reached soon The principal trouble is occas- Ioned by tbo miners Insisting on the recognition of united mine workers which does not please tbo operators So far as tbe price per ton for mining coal Is concerned there Is practically no difference between miners and Opt erators 7500sHenry T Noel of Chattanooga has bought tbo Gill property in Danville for 87500 Gov Bradley will be It In this State under the Roosevelt administra flea says a Washington dispatch FOR RENTN- ice cottage and about 35 octet of toad 3 tulles from Danville on Stanford pikes 30 acres for wheat to J J MOORE Danville Ky BIG SALE ON TUESDAY OCT L I9OI theLebanonstock and utentlli Including the followings I suckling horse colt lugarmulestamllyhoraetregistry Jersey batters all with calk 3 JerseyweenlingSyeiarold bull 8 black Berkshire BOWl and pigs 3 black Berkshire sow heavy with plgi 23 black Ilerkiblre gilt old enough to enoughdplowbarDelBarredPlymouthWyandottes buggy 3boraa wagon corn planter whet fen 5000 tobacco itlck 3 boxes for scalding hogs S feed bogsaother smelt articles too numerous to men tion T II English Auctr JAB IL GENTRY FOR RENT Cottage threo rooms and kitchen Ilaco SomefruitMRS MARY WHORTON ESTRAY Red hog white shoulders nock and head underblt In left car welghH about ISO Itwj ofkeepJ IL McALISTER JR CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Se pt1628 EXCURSION RATES To The Queen City Greatest attractions over offered Floral pageant night pageant Industrial pa rude sacred concerts park fetes mid way fireworks etc e W u Klnearron G P A Cincinnati BUY YOUR Glotbing ShOesJ Hats and Furnishings of Cummins x I McClary And You Get The Best Ms For Hie Least Money I I Fall Dress Goods I We are just beck from the market and now have ready for your Inspection a com thingeprohSATIN PANNE COVERTS hPEBBLED CHEVIOTS SATIN SOULLIE UNFINISHED SURGE SATIN LIZZARDS WHIP CORDS AND VENETIANS A worldof wish goods such as Percales Longclotb German Calicos Ducks Chovi 0ass Etc Hosiery and underwear for all and at prices that cannot be beat We solicit your patronage and will do our utmost to serveyou well Our motto Is Good Goods flt Low Prices JOHN Pe JONES Stanfrotf tlim I BetterI M Than fiver 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 Shoes For splendid wearing medium price shoes buy Got dmans Como and lot us show you Severance Sonst iJ3YE i B UGGIBS 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 5oooo We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Our vehicles were bought for cash in car lots and wo sellon a smaller marginIthan any house In Central Kentucky Our Lincoln County friends are especial ly invited to look our stock over Bruce S Bright Danville THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered ntht pottojfflce nt Stanford eu toondelau matter JPnblSahatTuaalpo au4 Stidavw- ay 1 PER YEAR CASH se When Dot lopttdfflaoo will bechtried MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars und over on farms only nt 5 per coat Lonp time i and easy payments A TRIBRLE 3m Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflesoTtr McKoberU Drug Store In tbs Owsley I OI1Udlll R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins McKlnncysSto Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills Je B McKINNEY Prop XoXinn3 Xf rMake and keep constantly on baud best of Flour Bran Ohio en Feed Ac Prices very reasonable Ou torn grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W BUBSE ft SON Prors JUNCTION CITY Kl- r + FlrstCluas Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mnles constantly on hand and tor Bale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FJtR1l FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two miles south of McKlnnity on Mlddleburg ITS acre under fence and 103 acres cleared Rue two dwelling with necessary outbuildings ro both and well watered Can be sold tracts of about amounts ora a wbole1 For further Information call on or address J 8 MOBLEY McKinney Ky HCuftUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Block 1100000- BccccMor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compu and under same management contlnu tou ljr for 35 Solioits Your Bank Account r hopleg inch butlnnti relations will prove mama 17 beneficial sad pleat DIP HCTORS B Paxton J8O1 S- rJt Menefee A W Carpenter W II Cummins JE Lynn S n riballko J F Cash J 1 Owiley OFFICERS VII I BOwsleyltahlerV t Aut Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD 1LL- CapdtalStock 50000 SnrplnitlOOOO r This institution originally established at the De posit Bank of manford In 1813 then reorganized ai the National hank of Stanford In 1865 andagali eorganlied as the Flnt National Bank of Stanford II ISS2 has had practically an uninterrupted exiit tnosfor 41 years It la better supplied now wits tacllltlei for trsniactlnj business promptly end I rally than enr before In Its longand honoiab eartr Accounts of individual fidudarlei lid IIlftCTOI r Bsld Lincoln cot 8 T11rrIII J S hockey ytjf Walton JHColllsrCribOrcVd M BElmoreHt nford S JW UaydenStanfor 8 H Baughman TP Hill W A TrlbbltII Jaa orreus Hocker President Robinson Bubble J J McEoberti Casbls Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and you buggy carriage or wagon In IIrstc1atyleE- xertenced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money Jn OUEEB Stanford Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- cesMONEY I Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J 8 OWdLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the shaded grounds present a lIn appearance Quests be given willing at Rates Adults 85 per week dren under 12 years of ago 501 horses J50 week further Information apply toW M VAUGHAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 10 only Eye examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Omce hours 0 a m to 6 pm Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PHOFBIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Heal Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit e share of your patronage promising to give you the best results me but bear lu mind that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs SlavinF PhillipsO- STEOPATH1STS Will be in Dantllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be tn Stanford Tuexlays Thursdays and Sat urdays- Offlceln the Pennlngton BulldlngtStanfordOI lice hours 9 to 12 A x1 too r OSTEOPATHY I This Science originated and developed by Dr LT Still of Mo depends on the irlnclples of Anatomy and Physiology its re nlta faith drug rubbing tosurgical operatIolIl clalml tblng super tur views man at a machine of so many- artsltakeynotela adjustment When all are properly not overworked health II the result Some of the diseases treated by us Nervous ottratlon Headaches Neuralgia Rheumatism CallnhJWtak Eyes Granulated Lids Goitre Constipation lean unr Dlsasea blow- chandlntesttnaftroubles DiwaaesotBonees sad- otnts8plnalCurvatures DilocatlouBUfJointa ualyalsIncontinence a or specialty Consultation Ails tee J+ G+ McGLMY UNDERTAKER E3IBALMER And Deatear In S R1TESS ADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY It HAYSU- NDEBTAEERS tlllLliJ IIf Furniture Mattlng8Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY DR MOXICAL The speedy youngster owned by McAllister Bros of Jloreluml who have won many races iu tlioAVcst with him Galesburg Willinnis thinks ho is second only to his great Allerton CHURCH MATTERSI Rev R It Noel un a pro mcoilnfr at Silver Creek Sunday ThciiPresbylerlan church of Paln Lick has called the Rav J H Wblte of VirginiaEld Stanley closed a meetlDg at Alton with 32 accessions 30 of which were by baptism The meeting at the Methodist cburcb will continue through the week Sere vices at 715 each evening Preachlt by the pastor Rev W E Arnold Tho Fifth Sunday Association or the Baptist churches of Boyle LIncoln Garrard and Mercer counties will beheld In Harrodtburg on the UOth lust The religious press claims that more vice has been brought Into America by the midways of Chicago and ButYalo than by everything In the previous two centuriesRev B Crouch assisted In a meet lug In Harrison county last week wblcb resulted In six additions He Is assls tog the pastor of the BrumQeld cburcb In a meeting this week Elder J G Livingston writes Our meeting at Pine Grove closed Sunday night with 25 additions to the church I am called this Monday morning to preach Bro Redds funeral at his late residence near Crab Orchard The Rev Earle D Sims D D or- F41 Au Fee Shantung Province Cb oa will assist Pastor J n Ferroll In a series of meetings at the BaptU ihurcb at Mlddleburgr beginning at p M Sept 23 The first service wlll be a free lecture to all Confusion exist In the rank of tte strikers and many of them have not received the official order to resume work It U said that the settlement will causa a big loss to the Amalgams ted Association Tho pljght of tbo tinplate workers it said to bo especial Iy severe as they will either be force to remain out or withdraw from tbe ssoclatlon It Is claimed they aro bitter against the Amalgamated leaders and may form a separate organization According to reports received In Pitts urg the settlement only affects thi brce companies in dispute the Amer- Ican Tlnplate the American Sbee Steel and the American Steel Hoop and these companies will remain nonunion QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any mcaicino in the civilize rorld Your mothers and grandmother ever thought of using anything else for ndlgestlon or Biliousness Doctors ere scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart etc They used Augus lower to clean out the system and etoj fermentation of indigested food regulate Iho action of the liver stimulate tht ervous and organic action of the tem and that is all they took when feel Ing du and bad with hedaches and olber- aches You only need a few doses o roans August lower in form to- make you satisfied ihero is nothing serl ous the matter with you Get Green Prbe Almanac For sale at Penny Drug Store Stanford After January 1 the shipper who bu- but one load of cattle or hogs for the arket will be unable to get a return pass The railroads have decided to rolled this custom which has been In ague for years and make It necessary to have at least two care to obtain are- turn pass If the shipper has Ova cars- he may get two return passes Not more than three pastes will be Issued DO matter how many cars aro shipped a W ATER CURE FOR CIIRONICOON- STIPATION Take two cups of hut water half no- bour before each maal and Just before going to bed alto 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 the use of any medl- cine When a purgative is requited take nothing mild and galls Uke Chamber Islns Stomach and Liver Tablets Jor- salft by Craig Rock- erExecutors Notice I The creditors of D W Vandeveor decd are herebuy notified to present their claims alnst said estate by Bept I 1001 duly as required law All personsproveD owlqg said estate are requested to lettleIThIs OtU of July fOOl MARTIIA J VANDEVEERi El8cutrlx ot the will of D W Vandeveer KINGS VILLE Crop are lookup well and fruit was never finer pastures green as the were In May early May Rev Dr Allen owing to Indlspoi tlon failed to flit his regular appoln went at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Mrs b L Hensley who bas been quite tick or some time has about reo covered to the delight of numerous friends Miss Della Leach continue ill Dr C M Thompson has returned from Cincinnati J L Roy our oocc popular station agent but late or Frankfort Is sojourning at the Penny backer Hotel Miss Elisabeth McFar land of Knoxville U the attractlv guest of her cousin Miss Gertrude Pennybackcr Miss Lucille Johnioi has returned from a delightful visit to Mist Katherine Wells of Junction City Mr T L Johnson and little son left Tuesday for Lexington Lud low etc to visit relative J Everan Crelgbton was up from Eubanks Sunday and Monday E W and J E Crelgbtoo went to Lexington the Ore of the week W L McCarty who returned from the West last week bai gone to Plnevlllc where bis wife and little son are visiting relatives There li more Cilirrb tn this ectlon of the euotrl than all otkrrdlwae put together end mill tb list few years was supixxed to be In Ible Feagreat many yetr doclonrrvDoucurI I local dleeae and p and bj comunilj lalllnit to cur with such Uilei ont prcoouoced It lorurable Sclennreet mesa catrrh to tea roniUtutlonal disease threlore rt lulmQnllluUoDal tIII4Ut Jlall Catarrh Cure tutnuficlurfJ by K J Cheney d Co Toledo Ohio II the onl1 contllullonal cure on Ibe market It Is taken Internallytln JOMI row dropi to a teaspoonful It acts oc tb bloodaod mUrGul lurA tbe YI Iln may baron hundred ilollwi for or ccI tails to cure bend lor clrtulars and lfUnionists- Addmt F JQUENEYICttToledoO Sold br drunlits 7Sc Halts awUv Pills are the best FARM FOR SALE I arm of about acre 3J miles from IIos onrllle on Morelnnd Station and Carpen ers Station pike nlso a good grist rlth good traction engine Will sell rea onublv Apply to JOIN DINWIDDIK 1m IIuHtonrllle Ky ADMINISTRATORSSALE All administrator of the estate of J W Giv ens deed I will on RIDAY OCTOBER 4 IDOl A t Ida late residence near McKinney Ky se11l1 public auction to the the following property sixyearold 3 voyear old jacks wellbred 10 Jon nell six of them In foal by good Jacks one combined mare Nellie bray her colt by reston a yearold stallion out of Nellie OrllY by a Denmark horse one sorrel mare and colt gray mare 10 years old bay marc buggy buckboard 1 horse Cltri ptr about 100 bushels wheat acrell of corn one lot of sugar cane and a it of farming Implements Terms A credit of three months on note with good security payable In bunk ar- tolt Interest from day of for all sums oer 810 For all sums of 810 und under cah KDWAKD ALCOKN Adinr THE i Queen a Crescent I and May 1st to Nov lat 1901 Excursion rote and special train service will bo announced later The Ian American tho greatest American Expos ition slnco the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling I Only 80 minutes from KxpoalUon Grounds Free Reclining ChItoQoMotcIcraw onae a eupw- u4 01 uot tw tir M =r RouteI Pan American Exposition BUFFALO Mid- wayNIAGARA FALLS 10h5MITCHELL Get Rich J Others have done so why cant you Deposit your money with tbo i TilE FAYETIE INVESTMENT CO LEXINGTONKY r Where Itwlll be safe and increase While You Sleeprv JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent Stafford Female GollegeIper A Christian Home School for the Jhlgher educttion of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of tho best city grammarJichooU and In addition the full regu lar courses of study of the best fumilo colleges In the State Fotir tlepartnienu of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and elocution Thorough instruction In all departments by competent and experienced teachers Tho next annual teuton will open Monday September 21 Tuition foes range tram 10to 125 per term of 20 l weeks Board tuition in literary courses and musIc 20 weeks J100 For catalogue I address IB T PinsrszEisTonsr Prin- Staxiford Ky State College of KentuckyIThe Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical loleptc Mathematical Normal School Engineering Engineering Civil i Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degreeIIofttgraduato courses of study are also provided leading each to a masters degree Each course of study is organized under separate faculty Tho general faculty numbers more than thirty professors and Inntructors APPOINTEES rccolte tuition room rent In dormitory COUNTY and if they remain ten months traveling The laboratories and museums are large well tjuillpttl comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 130000 for a college home for young women and a drill ball has been provided for men Military tactics and science are lully prortdcd for as required by Con fOiltlOll1ability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 tor catalogue 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 September I IDOl LEXINGTON KY mood Bye StanfordGreat Removal Sale of the Racket Store and pick what you like while three great bargains last Its a chance of Comequick All of goods will be BacrlBced at a mere fraction of their cost Fountains of merchandise begin to move Reckless slaughter of rIch goods and teridce of profits to the last penny Como and ace the goods examine them ith own and bands We that such qualities at such prices were- ever offered before All of this stock must be buttled out from now on They are nomad to price wrecks This means everything must go come In get your hare Bead partial list and act promptly Window shades all colors with IIstures Se table oil worth 20 and 25o jeer yard go at He lailles dress skirts worth f2 go at 80c Clarks O N T and silk thread at to spool horse collars worth fl60 at 24 c mens suits worth JO tlSi liruucls carpet worth 73c per yard while It lasts at t9c For Sale Mouse and lot on street home surrey and spring wagon good milk cow timber 12 and 14 foot oak lazing household nd kitchen furniture also a lot of modern and upto date store fixtures The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor Lamps 1In150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 CEORCEIH FARRIS CO We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All KindsC- orn Wheat Oats Hay Rye fcc at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A FirstGlass Boarding School For Otrls J W McCARVEY JR Principal Faculty of ton teachers who wore educated at the leading Institution of America and Europe an have made brilliant records as Instructors every one a specialist In her department Musts department exceptionallystrong School and excellent fare teachers Frequent Illustrated lect ures free by the principal on ht recent travels In Egypt Palestine and Eurooo Dewand only one serious clue in 17 yearsIrlces no higher than other firstclass schools nor tuna many Interior ones Send for catalogue