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WC c r i iW la Iq Y SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL iVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1901 9 AM NO 58ij 1 NEWSNOTES rThe sugar truetbae added 810000 capltallLookf a Bloomington f Prairie Minn bank of 11500 J A Green a farmer was found dead on tbo roadelde ID Gravel county Judges Lewis and Titus have accept red tho assignment to dofend Czolgoiz The Czar of Russia Is said to bo the anarchtatssFolly Monyhan alto colored at Nicholas vlllo Charles Ducckman died at Chicago J from Injuries received In a football game wbltetcounty stealIf Kentucky distillers agreed to limit tbe coming seasons production to 27 800000 gallons Tho Indiana soldiers and sailors monument at Indianapolis will be dcdl cared next May Jas Gi Dattcrson president of tbo atYPugilist Jeffries bas refused to meet Joe Kennedy because be says the latter li a thirdrate man Tbo flouring mill of W E Morkley k Co at Campbollsvltlo was destroy ed by fire Lou 18000 At Soutbgate near Newport J H Dadger was shot and killed and his wife wounded by a Negro burglar Ed Slouch brother of Chief of De tectives Harry Slough of Lexington suicided In a Covlngton saloon I r An explosion of gas In tbe Spring Gulch Mine near Glonwood Springs Col caused the death of six men Emma Goldman was arraigned at Chicago and her ball flied at 120000 which of course she did not give A movement for the erection of a magnificent McKinley memorial arch In Washington bas begun In Chicago Mrs E T Loundoo a prominent so ciety woman of Cleveland Is charged with setting fire to lour hotels In that city Mrs McKinley broke down and shed tears for tho first time when throngs at Harrisburg sang Nearer My God to Thee Vigilant drove the anarctfhu of Guffy Hollow Ia from town giving them five hours to depart with families and belongings In the crush at tbo Capitol while the presidents body lay In state 105 people were so badly Injured as to require medical attention- A bank exclusively for tbe patronage ot Negroes has been opened In Phila delphia It Is said to be the first of Its kind ever started In tbo North Rev John Reeves formerly presid ing elder of the Methodist church attempted suicide at Winchester by take lOll poison because of extreme poverty A colony of Swedes will be estab lished along tho Platto river In Wyo ming to raise sugar beets and a mil liondollar sugar factory will bo built Much interest Is being taken In oil clal circles In Washington In tbo meet t lOll of foreign diplomats In Brussels to devise International means for suppressing anarchy Tbo Georgetown k Lexington Trac tlon Co has purchased the Georgetown electric street railway and will begin GeorgeA telegram from Plnovlllo says that Robert Howard who died there re cently was not thought to be wealthy but It has been found that ho loft an or tate worth 1100000 The Rev James A Wlldman was tarred and feathered by a mob at Hunt Ington Ind because bo bad made un complimentary remarks concerning President McKinley The African Baptist church board at Frankfort was arrested for proceeding with the erection of a church opposite the governors mansion without a per Vmlt from the city council Central Railroad of New Jersey Issued an order that every train on Its system should bo stopped 10 minutes during tho funeral of President Mc Kinley at Canton yesterday Rev Henry Arlen was requested to leave Duller Ind because bo declared his belief that the president died as a r result of excessive smoking rather than from the wounds Inllloled by the assassin Ho compiled with the re quest to go- Mayor Neuman of CHtTsldo Park N J has notified Mrs Bread tbo widow of tho man who killed King Humbert that It would be as well If she moved from the borough at an early date Ther f notification was not a threat but aim ply an Invitation to go Czolgosz tbo murderer of President McKinley was arraigned at Buffalo on the Indictment for murder In the first degree Ho refused to plead and Judge Lewis appointed to enter ed a plea ofaot guilty reserving the h right to withdraw that plea Trial of the case was set for Monday next f keys MIDDLEBURG theIbletbalistchurchevening Your correspondent leaves for Som oldIat College Is progressing nicely there being something like 120 pupils enroll edWm Taylor has bought the fruit farm of John P Lay on the ridge The latter will move down on Cumberland river Wo aro having tbe wettest autumn In years A hard rain and wind storm visited this section Monday night and Tuesday Green River was on a tear and wo bad no mall end no I JsMr John Coleman died at his home on Knob Lick Saturday night after a lingering Illness of pneumonia and In firmities of old age Deceased was 73 years of age well respected and leaves a poet of descendants to mourn his deathW P Eitcs has two children very with scarlet fever Miss Ella Forfeit Is still very poorly with typhoid fever Mrs Spurgeon Sympton who has been very ill wo aro glad to report conva lescing Arch Leonard who has been battling with tbe dreaded typhoid II on a fair road to recovery Uncle Jko Cowan showed us three apples a few days ago of a Northern variety that tipped the balances at 491 ounces or an average of one pound and ono and a halt opnces each Mr Ab Hall has a gourd very little larger around than a quart cup with a three toot handle or neck and straight aa a yard stick Sllan Roupo came very near losing his life a few days ago while blasting a well for Josh DeBoard In the Mt Olive vicinity Roupo was tamping some powder around some dynamite when the thing went oft With the ex caption of his eyes and a few bruises strange today be was otherwise unin jured One eye Iout It was first thought the sight of both eyes were lost but happily not while Mr Roupo Is congratulating himself over his ml raculous escape from seemingly certain deathMr Ab Hall would like to know the whereabouts of one William Snake Taylor since the assassination of Gov Goebel By the way wo havent seen Old Comrado In tbe burg since our return from the other side of the world Wo met him the other day out on the Lawhorn hill and after ex changing comment on the assassination of the president he made the remark I now always will believe an Anarchy killed Goebel The foul assassi nation of our gifted governor was too plain a case and needless to say no sane man will be so foolish as to be lieve such rot Tbe blow that killed Goobol sounded the death knoll of the g o p In Kentucky for a generation to comeA very sad and ugly cutting affray was committed Friday night while the people were coming from meeting at Green River church The affair was enacted coming down the Green Rlyer hill between the church and Yosemite From what we learn Dell Wall and Al bert Bastln two youths of probably 16 and 17 years respectively were having some words when Crcnsbaw Wall a brother ot tho former and of about 18 years camo upana maliciously plunged a dirk iu tbo back of young Dastlnln Illctlng a very ugly and painful If not fatal wound The wounded boy was at ouch taken to thoVesldenco of Mr Al Royalty where physicians wero at once summoned and the very best of medi cal attendance administered The boy was expected to dlo most any moment for tbo first three or four ddys but at the present writing ho Is reported better and shows symptoms of recovery Ho was removed to the home of his father Mr Mlllard iBaitln throe miles above Yosemite Sunday Young Bas tin was a good boy and had never been known to bo In trouble Young Wall Is a son of Squire J A Wall who Is greatly troubled ovor the affair Tbo parents of both have the sympa thy oft the ontito community who rc gret very much the sad occurrence louoJ Wall skipped nut afonc0and hasnt been seen or heard of since tho officers and others have beeolcourlnlt the country A reward of 8100 Is otter ed for his capture The protracted meeting which bas been going on at the Christian church for the past two weeks closed Monday night Rev P A Gllllam the pastor conducted the series of meetings unas silted and to his credit and wo are euro wo are voicing the sentiment of the people generally when we say that it was ono of the most successful ever held at Green River church It seems that more Interest and a deeper spirit was shown and untoldand lasting good la sure U accrue Thero wero 29 con versions of whom 26 were by baptism theIt fact that ho is called to Corblo where he goes to conduct a series of meetings In the little mountain city The Bap tists will now bavo their Inning when Friday night centennial exercises will begin continuing over Saturday Sat urday night and Sunday a program of which was published In full In a former Issue of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Most all the living expstors though now residents of a half dozen or more States are on program and are confidently expected to be present A protracted meeting will begin Sunday night conducted by Rev T T Eaton editor of tbo Western Recorder Of Louisville and recognized as one of tbe leading divines of tbe Baptist persuasion throughout the South He will be as lilted by Rev J B Ferrull the pastor A protracted meeting la being carried on at the Christian church at Liberty at present and much Interest Is being taken Tbe Baptists recently closed a series of meetings there with much success Verily a veritable religious wave seems to have struck old Casey and if satan isnt driven into exile It will be no fault of ours C C IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Newland Jones Sr Is dead In Madison aged 71 Wm Reed a highly respected citi zen of Mercer dropped dead Mrs J D Murrill of Columbia has some wedding cake which Is 3J years oldTom Brown and Lizzie Stringer were held without ball at London for kill log Maggie Neatman at Lilly Jerry Owens is charged with tearing down a colored church In Mercer coun ty and the Negroes are going to prosecute him vigorously Incorporation articles wero filed with the Secretary of State by the Hume Cooporago Company of Madison coun ty It has 1100000 capital stock Near Conway Rockcastle county a man has his lands posted and a skull and cross booed on the board that noti fies thoughtless people of the fact Charles Walker was appointed city attorney Steve Jackson tax collector sod D M White city clerk at a spec lal meeting of tbe Corbin city council D S Baker charged with killing George Miller was dismissed at his examining trial In tbe Pulukl county court Miller was shot from ambush while returning from church and sue picion fell upon Bakbr Tbe other night a Negro went to tbe residence of Prod P Frlsblo and told Mrs Friable her husband bad sent for his black coat AM Fred bad worn a black coat to town Mrs Frlsblo be came suspicious and bald she would telephone to tbe store about It When she went to the phone the Negro die appearedRecordThe Co was reorganiz ed under tbo laws of South Dakota with a capital stock of 81200000 O H Waddle was elected president R Kolk or secretary and treasurer and Capt John A Geary general manager The report shows a production of 6000 barrels rom the two producing wells for tbe first half of this month The case of the Commonwealth against G W Walte former president of tbe Somerset flanking Company which was transferred tram tbe Pulas kl to tho Boyle circuit court on change of venue begun Tuesday Tbo Indict mont charges that Waite made and swore to a false report on tbe condition of the bank which was given to the Secretary of State at the close of busi nose Juno 30 1000 Waite stated that tho overdrafts on the bank wero 85700 when they were actually 860000 and that the loans and discounts were 8133 000 when they were 8118000 His grounds of defense are that his report was based on figures furnished by the bookkeeper and that he was unacquainted with the condition of the bank The case against R G Hall of this place was continued until the January term on account of Col W G Welch one of his attorneys not being well enough to represent him NOTHING LIKE OIL In dealing with man remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so good for children as the oldfashioned castor oil However much they may ab hor It It Is their bet medicine for die orders of tho bowels In the more se vere cues of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rebicdy should be given after the oil operates and a quick cure is sure to follow For sale by Craig Hooker Beckbam aged 31 governor of Kentucky Boverldgo aged 37 United States Senator from Indiana Roose velt aged 43 president of the United States This Is a government of for and by the young men Louisville Times For a bad taste in the mouth take TapIIlets J i- J J M ALvEUSON Who was recently appointed election commissioner is serving his second term In that capacity In fact the dem ocrats were so well pleased with his services during his first term that they were determined to have him serve again A democrat In all tbe word Im plies and a born politician Mr Alver eon Is never better pleased than when serving his party and his fellow demo craw Besides having a good Idea of politics he Is an astute business man of good habits and a gentleman at any and all times Ho knows almost every man of prominence In the State and Is as good at remembering names and faces as Gov James B McCreary whom ho thinks Is the greatest man Kentucky has produced In tbo last century Mr Alverson is a valued assistant at this olJlce and Is the cleanest soberest fastest and most reliable compositor In the State It gives us pleasure to say that the INTERIOR would have a mighty nard time trying to get along without him LANCASTER Nick Perkins sold to Alex Glbbs 70 cattle at He- R H Bateon will have his fall open log tomorrow Saturday Everybody cordially Invited Charley Hamm who received quite a serious wound In tbe knee by accidentally discharging a pistol Is reported as doing well The O W B M convention will be held at the Christian church here on Thursday next instead of on Friday as stated A full attendance Is urged The Lancaster Grocery Co Is mak log quite a promising start under the excellent management of of Mr D D Glrger who came over from Danville FOR RENTIn Lancaster a house of 10 rooms garden and stable Central ly located and well suited for a board log house For reference John Mi Orand8ih and Jefferson Streets Waco Texas MUses Fannie Collier and Carrie Curry bavo returned from Buffalo and other points of Interest Mr J C Hemphlll and daughter Miss Theo who accompanied the above named young ladles returned some days be fore and report an excellent time In tbe police court Wednesday John Harris and Frank Lackey charged with false swearing were held under a bond of 1200 which they gave aad Mingo the colored professor of Winchester was fined 120 for disturbing tbe school Tbe case against the boys who fired Into a wagon load of hemp hands was continued on account of the condition of Withers one of tho Negroes he having received an ugly wound in the knee Thursday next Is the day set for trial The trouble about tbe colored school was not settled Mr J M Logan our huslllcg dry goods man la In the city buying his fall and winter goods J Joseph la also In the city for the same purpose Miss Pearl Ross Is at home after a delightful visit to relatives in the Buckeye section Mr W T Turner of Round Bill fell out of his barn and bruised himself considerably He Is Improv log now however Miss Jennie Petty has accepted a position in Miss Sallie Tilletta millinery establishment Miss Llllla Noel has returned from a bust ness trip to tbe city Misses Sallie Tlllat and Laura Smyth are In the city laying In a supply of fall millinery The many friends of Mr H M Ballou will be glad to know that bo Is able to be In his store again E H Walker Is able to be out alter a severe Illness of a week or more Msa Nora Phil lips of Monticello has accepted the position of governess In the family of Mr Jesse Fox Jas Maret returned to his home in Mt Vernon after a stay of several day a in our city In St Paul a mob composed of 1000 men attacked preacher who was said to have expressed his of the assassination of President McKinley He succeeded In making his escape with tbe assistance of the police A refinery to cost over 83000000 la to be built by tbe Standard 011 Co at West Almeda Cal a t f0 f= == ==h 1ml ARRIVING DAILY Iy s I Largest Line of Fall Novel carII ijITPAYS TO TRADE AT t GLOBEcX11Your money back If youre not satisfied li mILLER HIHSDH Danville Successors to J L Frobman Co rt 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 all the latest styles and leathers Double Soles Heavy Extended Soles Double Decked Soles etc TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS bIHAPPV FARMER IIUSES UPTODA I MnINE vs HIGGINS McKQTNEvStanford I Id REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUGiSTORE GO TO ML B McRoberts IlJ ti Ir Druggist Ii For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mftxed Paint Neals Carriage Paint- Varnishjand Varnish Stains 1t 1 V ill Ii 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON iENOCRiTiiP1RTY Thlt Is the way to vote the Straight Democratic Tick- etDemocratic r Ticket t For State Senator i GEO T FARRIS For Repretentatite f = M F1NORTHo ForCounty Judge EJAS P BAILEYt 1 for County Clerk rG O B CObPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM S GhmftM S BAUGHMAN x For Autttor M G REYNOLDS l For Jailer W I HERRIN For School Superintendent 9 GARLAND SINGLETON 1 1 W P WALTON Ti a Candidate for Railroad Com nlloler for tl i 14 Dlitrlct inblect to the will of the Oedoctacv Two eminent clergymen of WItco eln Bishop Grafton and Rev Dr Tits worth recommend the flogging of an arcfalata as part of their punishment The latter is quoted as eaylog To have the anarchist publicly flogged an f then put away would be more effective than any other way that I can think of A epeclal kind of flogging such ala- i mother administers to her child would be the proper humiliation There is no fear In the anarchists to appeal tr Then appeal to their sense of shame t f Show the world that this great hero l j baa been flogged Anarchists are frltoles They have no fear of death That Is what they crave It like then into eminence therefore apunlsbmeo that would be a dishonor and a sham ought to be Inflicted The suggestlo In a most admirable one sod we agre with the Paducah Democrat whlcl i eays Ser Most writing blood and i thunder editorials against the govern ment and calling for the death of all rulers appears a hero to his cult Bu chained by the wrists toa pillory and whipped until he howled for mercy would not cut quite so heroic a figure Emma Goldman pacing her cellia Chicago railing against the tyranny o r the police and smiling when told o r McKinleys death Is no doubt hlghl pleasing to herself and to her kind Bat Emma Goldman prone across a barrel and soundly spanked by a stou and willing jail matron would never again be the same old Emma to thosi i who have accepted her teachings When she railed against the armed hand of the law they would remember the shingle of the jail matron When she described how the Iron heel of offl dial despotism was upon the neck o i the common people somebody would be sure to recall the Iron tlpped heel oi the official sUpper as it beat a cheerful but painful tatto upon Emmas understanding All the romance and the poetry could be paddled out of the female anarchist business in 15 mInutes by the clock AT President Roosevelts first Cabi v net meeting wblch was hold Tuesday all thomcmbera were requested to con tinue in their present positions throughout his term and he autfbunccd I that he would follow the policy outline ed by President MoKialoy In bis Buffa lo speech He aeked the Cabinet to re- mainr as If he wore making an original tender of the portfolios and declared his offer precluded any resignations Secretary Gage has agreed to remain permanently and Secretary Hay at least for the present rTHERE is talk of a combination of the other candidates against Hon Jas B McCreary for U S Senator but It thingIOf tbem and then have votes to spare tbqtaperwhisky to do Kentuoklans during the cominglyearTousIt looks like We ought to make out on it- t rTUE Paducah Democrat is not only getting better bat bigger It is now eightpage W heartily agree with the H rrods bug Democrat which says The trial sad execution of Czolgoaz should be speedy as possible The case Is as plaIn as the noon days sun and no loltal quibbles should be permitted to stay the ends of justice The swiftness and certainty of punishment are the sllrest ways of Impressing criminals and In this case especially there should be no delay Lot there be no repetition of Gulteaus performance Ho was no pat on trial for nearly two months af ter he shot Garfield and the trial watl drAwn out over 72 days Under tbe laws of New York Czolgosz must die in the electric chair Pity tis that be should not suffer the Ignominious death on a gallows as high as Hainans who all the country could see IN his speech at the memorial exec clses of Princeton University yesterday ExPresident Cleveland saId If we are to escape further attacks upon our peace and security we must resolutely grapple with the monster of anarchy TOE Paris Republican John L BOB legs old paper brought only 6230 and sold high at that POLITICAL Nebraska democrats and populist fused on a State ticket Jo Parkers third party reformer will bold their national convention In Louisville April 2 1902 Senator Penrose traveled three day by horseback and four days by train to attend the presidents funeral The Allied Third Party Is said to be the outgrowth of the conferences of seven reform parties in Kansas City Lawrence county democrats instruc ed for Senator John J Johnson for State Senator He la the present Set atorH Cook Faulkner a turncoat defeated W R Ramsey for the comma Lion for circuit judge In toe Clay district Congressmanelect J B White of the Tenth district has appointed bls son J Randolph White his private secretaryThe Democratic State Caapals Committee was appointed with Chat C McChord of Washington county al chairmanIt that President Roosevelt has approved the Isthmian canal negi tlatlons In progress with the Brills government IJ Madison county republicans won In the circuit court and will redistrict tbe- county They will make 24 Instead of 20 voting precincts Twenty years ago yesterday the day on which President McKinley was but led President Garfield died from tho Wounds inflicted by an assassin The Virginia Constitutional Convei tlon sent a committee of five of Ita members to Washington attend tbe bjral services of President McKlnlo The words freedom of speech cot talned In the present Bill of Rights of Virginia were stricken out by the con Bltutlonal convention after a scene tbat aroused the liveliest interest L J Stivers democratic nominee for county superintendent of Jefferso county has failed to pass his examine tlon before the State Board of Examlt ere Another candidate for the offic will have to be selected President Roosevelt has promised to carry out the plans of President Mc Klnley and appoint Dr Rlxev surgeon general of the navy Dr Rlxey gave up a practice worth 110000 a year to become the presidents private physician THIS AND THAT The Paducab News has been sold tt the Paducah Democrat John Cox Jr who Killed Bradford Reed was given a term of life ImprI mment by a jury at Frankfort- L k N earnings for the second week of September Increased 191605 tA nineyearold girl weighing 13 pounds died In Lexington She was four feet eight Inches tall Dick Ewing a Negro was arrested In Nicholas county on a charge of at tempting to wreck a train Dr Monlcal J O McAlisters fine pacer won a 82000 race at Indlanapo lis Tuesday Best time 214 The condition of Mrs McKinley li declared to be exciting grave appre enslon among those caring for her tt Allis quiet with the Hopkins county miners and the Impression prevail hat the governor will not send troops to the scene C V Gentry has sent his fine thor ughbred filly dam Oral by Imp Her lence to R H Bronaugh at Crab Or hard to be jogged lightly this fall Good judges pronounce her one of the test seen In years SESSIONS of the Central Kentucky Law School at Danville will begin Oct when the entire faculty will bo present and an opening address will be dr livered by Col T P Hill of this place Prospects for a good attendance are flattering InterState Pair Louisville Sept 23 to Octti Reduced rates Q do Route for this occasion one fare round- trip ask ticket agentsfor particulars I WATCH out for the millinery adver seoaent of Charles Wheeler Huston Tille next issue LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W H Brown sold a bunch of hogs at- 540 Chickens arc dying of limber neck in Mercer J F Cook bought of W H Furr a tot of corn at 13 E P Woods sold to Johnson of Boyle 20 60pound shoats at 5c Mrs W O belie sold her farm cf 407 acres in Taylor county for 3000 Carson d Pence bought of R L Gose 517 bales of timothy hay at 60e per hundredA number of mule colts chaos ed hands at Columbia Tenn Monday at ISO to 165 The race between Crescous and Tbe Abbott to have taken place at Read vllle Mass today has been declare offW E Holtzclaw has purchased Mack Cecils farm of 244 acres two miles frog town known as Morgandalej at 80S Harrodsburg Democrat Cora sold at 12 10 to 8225 at the hen at Thomas YantIs sale In Garrard The James H Yantls farm was bough by Mrs Nannie Jennings at 121 25- Ryley Collins have bought of R D Boston 4200 bushels of John and Jai Woods 1500 bu and from D Gossei 500 bu wheat at 68c Woodford Sun The following item appea s in the the Lancaster Record Tom Colic traded J C Clouie a cow and calf and a mule colt for two twoyear old heifers five cords of woods and 825 in money Richard Peuus sold about 300 bust els of wheat to J H Baughman Co of Stanford at 65o Lute King bas bought of B F Ledford his farm known as the Shanks place for 8825 cash Preachersvllle Cor RecordI Reb Goddard took 15 blue ribbons at the SprlngQeld fair vita his string of Red Leafs He has taken 40 premium at Central Kentucky fairs this yearev cry horse being by the famous sire Red Leaf says the Harrodsburg Dote ocratCol J P Chandler gives MS the following report of Henry Schubert and W T Monks sale In Rockcastle Tues day Mules 83750 20 yearlings 812 to 818 milk cows 817 to 823 suckllni calves 8940 horses 813 to 823 corn 8250 In the field The crowd was fair ly good MATRIMONIAL James Heradon aged 73 and Ira 8t1Owentona widower and Mrs Nettle McGuIrr twice a widow were married at Vcr salliesThe difference between being engag ed and married Is that before marrlag a man cant stand being away from he and afterward he cant stand not being away Eccause of alleged alienation of bel husbands affections Mrs Susan R Nallhas filed suit at Owengbon for 810000 against Miss Mary Nail be husbands cousin Charlie Burns of Livingston wal married Wednesday afternoon to Nisi Byrdle Minter of Paris Tney rIll spend a portion of their booeymooi with Miss Aqnle Ashlock In thlscoan ty L P Evans a wellknown YOUDJ business man and Mils Laura Lynn a society young lady of Richmond were married by the Rev W H Ryalls Tne wedding was a brilliant social if fair Forest Johnson of Danville sac Miss Byrda McGraw the beautiful daughter of Capt Ben D McGraw of Junction City eloped to Jelllco Wednesday and were married Chariot Soper and Miss Bessie Moore of Dan vllle accompanied them Both couples took the train here The engagement of Miss Anna Belle Woods the handsome daughter of Mr md Mrs E P Woods lo Samuel Jack son Embry Jr Is announced the wed ling to take place the lunar part of October Both are very popularyoung people and their friends here and else where extend to them In advance hearty congratulations and very belt fishes The Last Sad Rites The body of President McKinley wa louvered to his townsmen at Canton Wednesday Every branch of the State government was represented The body was allowed to lie in state at the c3urthouso during the afternoon when housands nearly all of whom had clown him In life passed In file to look ipon the now scarcely familiar counted lance In the evening the casket was losed and taken to the McKinley tome Mrs McKinley condition was uch that she could not participate In the funeral services In the little church where 30 years ago she was married The final ceremony in the funeral was performed when after brief ser vlcel at the Methodist churchthe body of the murdered president was deposit ed in u vault at Westlawn cemetery Imultaneously with the services at anton memorial exercises were held la every city In the United States and aU business was suspended In many laces Special memorial services were heM by command of the king of Eng land in Westminster Abbey and at anterbury Cathedral and elsewhere Dormous crowds gathered There were service la all the capitals of the cootl aeDt in India Manila and Pekln 3T r welettatMens Hats 25c Iehave a lew menlJ I fine rough and smool straw hats left forme price 50c 75o and 81 AVo arc not going to take them away hence I our loss and your gain at 25c Mens Shoes I We have n large as sortment of mens fins shoes lace and cou gross tan or black I patent leather vici kid box calf etc The ae tual value of the goods is from 82 to 80 I lit this sale from 98o U to 8178 Ladles Shoes Ladies fine A coarse buttoniI few mens fine ncg IA shirts two collars worth 81 gc sale at 49c I Curtain Scrim 4c 3 bolts curtain scrim quality at 4c 160 Hoosier Cotton 4c- I 72 bolts oi Hoosicr unbleached cotton yard wide sold everywhere at Gc go at 4c- SpeolalI AVo have 10 dozen mens all wool socks I 20c quality conic and get as many as you I need for the coming iwinter at only lOc pair acalwaer taa5SIIksOne lot of fine colored and wash silk in lengths of from 1 to 15 ya dsthe real value of flicjo silks is 500 to 7Sc in this sale at the tin hcanl of price of 20c Gloves 49c shed losing Out to Quit Business Sale Of The Louisville Store 1500000 Of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Aats Jackets Capes Com forts Blankets must positively be sold by SANU4P1Y 11 02 We have just received positive and final instructions to this effect from headquarters This a bonafide closing out to quit sale Country merchants are especially invited to in oaf youroodyou in this city If you are not in need of the at present it will Ilay rou to lay them aside for use pries we quote The Louisyille Store Stanford Ky Salinger Bros Prors GREAT SLAUGHTER OF CLOTHING 8750 mens black and blue clay woratcad suits at 8308 85 mens fancy casimcro at 8240 Jfeos Macintosh coats sold season at 8350 wo have only151efand they will go at You will need a duck sooner later why not oat now while can save at least 50 per mens heavy Tina luck coats at FOR RENT Cottage three room and kitchen Plac coDtani two acres Nice garden Some hull Situated on Danrllle MRS MARY VYIIOHTON NONE IUT GENUINE handle narretter Extras and FIJtues but none but the genuIne Dnledi the name Deerlng on them you may know are not D S CARPENTER Huitonvllli FOR RENT Nice and U acres of land 3 mites from Danville on Stanford pike 30 acres for wheat to J J MOORE Danvlllt Ky COAL have decided to remain at Rowland thl winter and coutlnue In the coal bulneu better prepared than ever to uandl coal and solicit portion of your patronage handle the beat coal T L 8I1ELTON Rowland Ky LAND FOR SALE Slxtvnlua acre belug the balance of the Win Davlevt laud yet uusold Bounded by the FrroVoru BallaD and Dlcomflel iitw old U oIt io4 ooe tulle from tows Wl eodo4nit pn Tbuker aa wc eb dvtedAltlIV to iln Tfni War rou DJ vllle or Sam Koiijibe Harrod burg KJUGREAT BARGAINS MONTH I have located at Crab Orchard In Qec Holme itore near the railroad on Otten helm for tho purpose of giving you people the worth of your money will always fled at store I am selling second hand Clothing to new also new ClothIngand Furnishing Good Fine Shoe Caps etc Sloping that will not forget to pat roD n me promising you fair treatment give you cordial Invitation to visit the Uljclunatl Bargain Store Call and see me when you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Freds Farmers Roller Mill Stanford at pr ns il gold at the Exchange NNATI BARGAIN STORE M REISER Pata FARM FOR RENT rent for a year or longer the Ed ward McCarty farm o- f317CREiS1 hrea and onehalf miles from Stanford on Hanging Fork For terms addretr- E P FARRJELL arrsllINIg Lizki gIi Ky 1 rl s rtls attaenkou KId Wo have only IfiO pairs of ladies fine kid gloves nil anti col ors black tin gray red pink white brown etc regular price 8150- as long as they last The etc I is call goals future ntthe SALE suits lost 8140 coat or get you cent 70c I Deerlng keep genuine about I I am a I 1 ilniiU a Tills pike Gent I a Morrli OiNO For 40c Shirts Waists 30c One lot ladicss finet InwlHJInnll 60o and 75c go ii t1 j solo at 39c 1I8EK viNpor- Blandets 11e have 69cIstock of fenrrybuy n good 10 1 ei worth 8125 Rt6vol Linen Collars Glens 4 ply linen col lore all styles and sites worth lhc as long I as they lat at 5c Lace Curtains 49IWe have a fe lace curtains yards long worth tt a pair 40c closing out price I Fancy Hose Childrens 10Iregular price It few left at 1OcI trtt1 jo IU It loc Special I We have 110 black beaver double trimmed with cuIICtI braid sold lot 8150 and 8i and get ono before nil I are gone nt OOcjas tlstwta r FREE 5FREE Dont fall to ask for tbe Consumers and Merchanii BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers t anyMerchantA 5 PER CENT SCRIPTtWhich they will accept for 6 cents on every CASH LAR And take special notice that tbo Merchant who belong to this Asso elation are the moat wide awake and keep the beet stocks of goods and their priers are the lowest PKINTINQSeverance Jtf Pennys Drug Store Drugs and Chemicals W W Withers Furniture Carpeis Ac ImplementsIIMiss Annie Phillips Milliner R E L Simms Coal Dealer r JewelerJNew Goods New Firmi And Every Day la Bargain Day Whero You Find Everything Perfectly Fres f And you hao a Nice New Stock to select from Yuurfratronigo will v Jbe appreciated Goods delivered promptly OaUaodjiee ufW W SAUNDERS 5 w Phone 88 I 110 West Main Street BARGAIN PRICESYIn Ready Mixed Paints For M I THE CASH After Vbesttimyou money if you will call SCHOOLBOOKS TABLETS ET- CCffc IHIcCiKIR0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r STANFORD Kv SKIT 20 1001 TRY the Judge Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR proscription work la unaurpaaa PeoDYIPERSONALS MR S P BTAOO la In Shelby county Miss ANNE ASIJLOCK bIB returned from LI vines 10 I WALTER MARTIN bu engaged In builneit at Somerset t Miss RUTH ELLEUSON of Pultikl la with frlenda bore MR W D DrnoERAtt Is visiting friends In Loulavllle Mns DAVID LOOA of Missouri J with Mrs S J Embry MRS JENNIE WEST of Lancaster la Ky111R8Deazley Howl at Crab Orchard MRS W A TR1uuLt sod coo return ed from Mason county yesterday MRS W R CUNDIKP of Klngavtlle wa the guest of her parenta hero J E NeVius went to Lexington Tuesday to work for Strider ft Co MIss OPIIEWA LACKEY will go Cincinnati fday to attend the testln JOHN LYNN went to Danville vester day to assist In the clerks oDIco awhll- MIK OWSLEY accompanied his fat Ier and sisters to the Buffalo Exposition DAVE SPOO AMORE bas gone to Loxlneoa to work torJ F Cook k Co J W CUMMINS hal taken charge of the telephone exchange at Crab Ore h ardMiss SOTIE ALCORN wont to Nash vllle Wednesday to enter Ward Sem teary MRS GEORGE tt GnimTiis of Mo Kinney was the guest of Mrs R R t Gentry Miss JENNIE LYNN wont to Danville 4Tuesday whore she will likely enter W P WALTON and Wlllla end Owaley wont to Harrodaburg tit morning MR MARSHAL REYNOLDS of Way t nesburjr orders his paper sent 13 Garland Ark MRS J S RICE returned Wcdneadav from a few days visit to her patents atera Cave City MR AND MRS R S LYTL Eared Mlaa Robbie Penny of Danville were hare Wednesday WILL SEVERANCE went to ti Wednesday buy goods for SovorI coca it Sons silts SALLIE GABTINEAU of Vcr aallles will arrive today to visit MII Sara Dudderar JULIUS VONGRUENIOAN of Nlcbo laavllle visited his brother In this county this week HERBERT COPPAOE and Keller Shropshire of Georgetown are with Mr AC Martin Till great and only John G Crad Kentuckian d rethrougbMESDAMES H J MCROUERTS and frdsyblUeltotclover merchant end dycdlntbewoo democrat was hero Wednesday MRS DETTIE DROADOUH went to r1L1vIDiton Wednesday to see her little granddaughter fettle Dllllon who la HI MRS O P STUCKY returned to Lex ington Thursday aOcr a months nay with her parents Mr and Mrs WtMurphy Mn L D OiVENS who has been St Josepha Hospital Lexington for some week la much improved and will be homo In a few daya Harrodaburg DemocratIN of the aalo of WW Withers furniture store hero the Cen tral Record very truthfully says that Mr Wither la one ol the best business men In the State TilE Harrodaburg Democrat contains a good picture of Mr J J C DODd Mercers democratic nominee for repI reaentatlvo Ho married Miss Mabel Wright of this county Jr FRANK D WASSON chairman of the Preaa Committee oftbq Interstate Fair at Loulavllle bee our thanks for a complimentary to the orhlbltloo which t1l begins Monday and continues until Oct MRs MARY DANIELS of Lexington Mrs Hattie Itqmmnt and Mr sSu Currey of Lancaetcrand Mrs New Jennings and Mn Carrie Davlaon of McCreary all sisters of IIrltW A Carson spent yesterday with her JUDOE BAILEY Harvey Helm Smith Baugbman respectively next county Attorney uldghe rift of Lincoln were Danville Monday It Is a question whether the good oltl zenahlp of la due to the officers or the goof officers ie a result of eo mesay good cltlzens to draw fromDatnll1eNewB GEORGE A MCROBERTS has bought out Mr Hloltz of the firm of le- k Stoltz wholesale boxmakera ol Gin clnnati and will go over la a lewd ye The firm name will bo Eggteston sit Mo Roberts and they will make specialty of boxes for the drug trade Their many friends bore will give Mr and Mrs McRoberU up with much relucy tance LOCALS Go to Jones for school shoes atCraigM 6onreIo Jr kCo andbrownpets cheap at this olUcefil rlpticketuntil 10 to the Lexington trots I I WE have plenty of allkinds of feed ehlpetuRCheapCo FOR SALEAi room with or without stock of Rood A good bUll oera stood Wm Huior Ottenhelm FOR SALEM y readence with six acres of ground whore I now live Easy payments Martha J Vande veer T L S II ELTON Ileue that ho bat decided to remain at Rowland and will torun a coal yard thorn agate See hla 1ad eiowbero TilE L k N will sell roundUp tick PalhOct 1 Tickets will be limited to Oct 7 GeOROE PARSONS baa sold hla coo tract to carry mall between Stanford and McKlnney to John Walls who has been working at h M Brucoa livery stable BIRDS picked the etasfrom be tween the bricks In the chimneys of the Myers House and made It access ry for MM M C Burnsldo to build tbem ovor from the roof up Cod J P CHANDLER tolls us the SpringbMr J H Stephens Is one of the leD tlemen who wants the property TUB little ion of Mr and Mr Win H Hester that was reported of chol lofantum died and was burled Tuesday Much sympathy is fell the parent who Idolized the little fellow dgwsrlge f cury going as lox as 39 yesterday morn ing Several frosts have fallen an vegetation has been considerably dam agedcTilE republcaD are said to bo go ting members of their party to sign an oath that they will not sell out In November The white bosses have pre clew little confidence In the rank and file of their party It would seem A MISTAKE 4mistake ceived twice as many of one numb boys fleeced shirt and drawers the 35o grade We have Instructions om the mill to sell thorn They go per garment 48o a cult Their lOll la your gala Severance k Sona us IT Is probable that the election on the 112000 hood Issue lor a graded school building scheduled for tomorr- oW Saturday will be called off but It la not certain Dr W B OBannon who II chairman of the board of trus tees told us last night that he thought the election would bo postponed until spring but he could not say officially that It would aa no meeting of tho trustees bad been held As nothing xl0ell o a to keep their ogee open probblolair next year The ono at IIwto vlllo has always been so successful th of course an exhibition wilt be held there and tbo other will bo at Cr Orchard whore thorn Is a good tra for races abundant hotel accommoda floss for vUltors and where a number Of runners trotters and pacers are ale ways In training Lincoln county abundantly large for two fairs and are sure that each would be able to do well The ono at Crab Orchard xo have aa Immense mountain territory draw from and would not interfere the least with the association In ti West End Central Record haa this to say rileabout one of our most prominent cltl wens One of the brainiest moo In ofstanlord readerewtheho other day a party of gentlemen were discussing the assassination of file president and the pronunciation of Czolgosza name came up All too turnout pronouncing It some ono ad kked the colonel what ho thought of Ih Well11 replied he I am not positive oa the point but twill sag this that whenever a man comes to this country with a name that ao American can pro nounce the tact aloae ought to Justify his being killed on the spot SuchI damnable hounds always noose ble V 2 SEE Hlgglns k McKinney before shsellingGENTLEMEN we Hell the best 1360 shoo made The Eclipse John P Jonfis SEED WHEAT COm and see our Northern seed wheat before buying J H Baughman k Co FIRST snap Dont forgot we have underwear for men women and children Severance k Sons SEPTEMUER22dls theo last day for ing claim agatott the county to be allowed at tbo October term Geo B Cooper clerk R E Lee SIMS has bad his old coal bins across the railroad from the Car penter House torn down but that does not mean he will quit handling coal He will be found at the blue down the railroad track ready to wall on you THE INTERIOR JOURNAL which ovcs smooth sailing and democratic success at all times Is Indeed sorry that some feeling has been engendered la the race for Jailor In the democratic primary held March 10th last Dink farmer who claimed to have won the nomination and whose many friends thought ho bad It was found to be nine votes shy when the county committee canvassed tbo certified returns and W I Herrin was given the certificate of nomination Mr Farmer wee a little knocked out but like the good old scquleaceddme votes and be and his aon Wallace Farmer ao Informing Secretary W S Burcb of the county committee tba gentleman agreed to let tbem do so In ICOtlourbut Mr Burch whoso statement ap pears below claims that Mr Herrln bal a majority and la tbereforo legally and otherwise justified In claiming to bo the nominee for Jailer After the count tbo ballots were burned aa re qulred by law and the matter stands us soretgot and do his part toward defeating th enemy In November The time for gratIfa count of the votes Mr Herrin Is placed In an unpleasant attitude but be can do nothing He has the creden orfinis and Is expected to run the race out which he will most assuredly do Having faith In Dinks democracy andbo tears but what wrongs If there be any witdh the 5th of November cornea The committee has been called to meet here this afternoon and their ac Lion will be gluon in our Tuesdays 1s suns Following la Mr Burcha card TO THE PEOPLE OP LINCOLN COUNTY The law provides that In all elections the ballots shall bo preserved for six beoinrmydutycustodianat of to destroy them at an time after Monday Sept 10 tbo el months having expired on that dare At the request of Mr Dink Farmer I through courtesy allowed him and bla son Wallace to look over and count the ballots on that day before they were destroyed and all figures were made by Wallace Farmer After the ballots bal all been gone over by Wale loco Farmer his figures showed a majority In favor of Farmer of lour votes I then suggested that we put all the Farmer ballots In ono pile and alltho Herrin halloo In anolherwhlch was accordingly done That count are ter taking out all the Illegal ballots forthaanaRcame room late In the afternoon and was not atckthe was com pleted and Mr Farmer appeared to bo satisfied with this last count I suggest ed that the ballots bo destroyed which andwotho aoldt0Mr Herrln was not notified by any ono that the boxes would be opened 0nor did ho havo a representative pre ont at the count The committee that declared Mr Hcrrln the nominee and which can vassed the returns on Marcn lOlb did their work sad declared that Herr got there was com posed of the fol lowing citizens of Lincoln coon Bowen W Givens WH Shanks L burn Gooch Wm T Tucker Gco Wcatberford Jetty Dl coo T Best W Rk Singleton and myself Tbla committee had no right to Inspect the ballots unless a contest had been ins tl tuted Mr Farmer certainly can not at this Ute date complain Had Ibeen so Inclined I could have refusodiMriFarmer the privilege of looking over the bllotaltoge lorbut merely through courtesy I allowed b to do so Any itatemeotl have m a here or elsewhere I am ready to e by WSBURCH STOCK of single and doublebarrel otguns Just In Craig At Hocker NEW line of heating sieves coal vase and hods John Bright Jr Ss Co I nAVE just received a big lot of harness saddlery ka J C McClary ycderxcaryou buy J P Jones TnosE owing me for Walter A Wood fixtures are requested to settle at once John S Murphy Turnesvllle WE will send the INTERIOR JOUR yearloryesterdaythe afternoon on account of the burial of President McKinley All of the tore closed at 1 oclock IT seems to be general opinion that should Mr A G Faulkner be JudlteVarnonbe some truth in thee statement THE district convention of ifadent will deliver an address in the evening All women of the Chrlatlan church Interested missions are cor dially invited THE memorial service at the Chris flan church yesterday afternoon was intprogram was carried out TheotB J Pinkerton Political Side of MaaHoD P M McRoberta Domestic Side of MaaRov J W Baffin Song HOmO 3weet Home Social Side of Man Rev S Ah Rankin RnllzlousjSlde of ManRev R B MaHony SOD alamltyRev From This Ca W E Aroold SODR America1 Benediction Rev S M Ran kin CHURCH MATTERS The First Presbyterian church of Richmond has called Dr W H Dodgy of Jacksonville Fla to its pa torate o President Roosevelt will worship Washington at the German Reformed church The little chapel seats but 150 persons Dr William Sbelton will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning In holdIIDThe Milwaukee Diocesan Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church adopt ed a memorial favoring a change of name to The Holy Catholic Church of America Bro H W Elliott evangelist for tho State of Kentucky will preach at the Christian next Sunday morn fast The attendance of all members la earnestly desired J W Hagln AIlIaace bexsin by their quartette All Invited to attend Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky splendidtablemeet all trains 89 PUBLIC SALE Of Stock and Crop placeaanddThursday Oct 3d 1901 The following property towttt Pair work largobayhone colt bull 7 cows 7 yearling and 7 weanling calves about 40 good ewes bred to Southdown bucks 2 thoroughbred South down bucks 8 shoats 3 meat hogs wheat drill New American Wheat Fan and cornheover that amount 3 months credit negoti andpLancaster R ft W A PETTUS Gilberts Creek Ky BIGSALE ON TUESDAY OCT I 1901 I will otter at public sale place on the Leoauon nitre near Dauvlllo ill of my live theiling mules all wares and extra sugar mules work mule tamll9hona1b4 Jersey heifers all with caU 3 JerseyDBerkshireneowalheavy and pigs 2 black with black Berkshire gilts old enough to geed 8 black Berkshire boars old enough for service 2 aged Berkshire boars extra rood ones set wagon harness 4 sots across 7 sets baggy harness saddle 1 1 sickle grindstone 300 chickens Barred Plymouth Rock Minorca and Butt Wyandottes 1 buggy 1 2borse wagon 1 corn planter 1 wheat tan 5000 tobacco sticks i for scalding hogs 5 teed hogsdomendtareJAS H GENTRY 6r 10 J h zw i BUY YOUR Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishings of Cummiijs A j McClary And You Get The ots Qaos For The Least MODey I Fall Dress Goods We eta just back from the market and now have ready for your Inspection a com plete line of fall and winter goods Among the now things are SATIN PANNE COVERTS PEBBLED CHEVIOTS SATIN SOULLIE UNFINISHED SURGE SATIN LIZZARDS WHIP CORDS AND VENETIANSy A world of wish goods such as Percales Longclotb Gorman Calicos Ducks Chevi ots Etc Hosiery and underwear for all and at prices that cannot be beat We solicit your patronage end will do our utmost to eervcyou well Our motto is Good Goods flt Low Prices JOHN PI JONES SWot r1I 1 Better I I ThanEver 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 Goodmans Come and let us show you Severance Sons IEIII B UGGIBS UGGIBS I UGGIBS I The largest an Best Selected Stock of Vehicles In Central Kentucky We Have Now in Stock t 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price From X2900- To 5oooo- Wt Claim to Retail lugflis Fir Lttt Thansa PlY Fir Them Our vehicles were bought for cash in car late and we sell on a smaller margin than any house in Central Kentucky Our LincolneCounty friends are e ly invited to look our stock over I Bruce S Bright Danville f THE INTERIOR JOURte JEntered nthe pottoffice at Stanford a teondclatt maUe- rP11D11aheaorueesaY8 nc iicV8 1 PER YEARCASH M Wnen not sopsldesaOO will beeharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION J Train going NortbM UMa m 26II II IIMOMM 2 U I 2J II II South H aara 23 IIMMUM P m For aIllolnUo KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 25 AmUes Stanford at 103 K Stanford It 210 a No21AnieuatRowlandat1200 No22 Leares Stanford at P K R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office onlgKlns d McKlnneyaSt Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill J B McKINNEY Prop KoEinnay Ky t Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Bran OhlckM on Feed c Prices very reasonable OUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Muter NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBSESJNPrcrs JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstOlaas Turnouts at Reasonable Ratea Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood tanager H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call t FJtRM FOR SALe I Containing 183 acres two miles south ot 115 acrelMlddleburgMcKlnnny on under fence and 16S acres cleared Mast swellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts oral a whol Tot further Information call on or address J s MOBLEY McKlnnoy Ky Lincoln County National Rankr Capital Stock 1100000 enccossor to Th Farmers Bank 4 Trust Compan d contlnuunder same management v kOualy for Si Yean Solioits Your Ban Account Hoping inch builntu relations will props mntna Ij benenclal and plw- DIRCTOPSi B Paxton JNMenefee A vCumminJ SUShanki JF Cub J 11 bwslq tw OFFICERS l rH 3hankiPrealdent J U Olley tY1L Bright At Cuh FIRST NATIONAL BANK CF STANFORD KY Qtjiltal Stock 130000 Sarplu 110000 This Institution originally established as the Da posltBankof titan ford In 1855 then reorganized ai ths National Dank of Stanford In 16S3 and agair eorganlsed as the First National Bank of Stanton n 1882 an had practically an uninterrupted trlit wafer 41yun It Is better supplied now wit laoUlUes for transacting bnilnrts promptly and t trSUjthansrerbeforsIn Its long and bonoiab 17toner Accounts ot indtrlduali fiduciaries nd IndlvldustssolicltedDtaarea t Raid Lincoln Co J W Hayden Stanfo- iBTlUrrli II SH Baughman JBBocker II TPHI11 WP Walton II W A TribblIt JUCoIUsrCrabOrchd Jill Robinson Hubble If D lmoll81anfordorrlCII a 8Hocisr Frtsldsnt J J UcBobsrts Cssals r faintinllRepairing topaint I am and your buggY carriage or wagon In IIrstc1allstrle Experienced men to do it and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new tor very little money J H OREER Stanford Ky A8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfllOovr McBobsrta Drug Stop In the Owsle Building E R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE KT Manufacturer of IB IR I CUS T And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY la now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is and the grounds present a appearance Quests be given willing at tention Rates Adults U per week dren under 12 years of age 50 horses 350 per week For further Information apply to 7 M VAUGHAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and IB Eyes examined and glassessc1entl8cal1yadjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFOSD XYa MORRIS FRED PKOPBIBTOR 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 the best o- fFlour Steal Sfcipstuff Chicken Peed Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a ihare of your patronage promising to give you the best resuts Dont me but bear mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Ors SlavingPhillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will be In DID me Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urdaya Ode In the Pennlngton BulldlnglSUnfordOl lice houn 9 to 12 JI to fir OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr VT Still of KlrksTlIIe Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for lu re lulu no faith no no robbing- eoeursialoperations and dalmaAlllnl super naturalOeteopathyrlewsmsn ua machine pfao many lu When all part are part pro erlT adjusted and not overworked health the result Some of the diseases treated by nn Nervous tcstraUon Headaches neuralgia Rheumatism CatarrhJ Weak Granulated Lids Goitre uYer and Lung Diseases Constipation lien Gall Stones Enlarged Prostrate all Stom sadch and J inls SplnalcunaturellDlllocatlODlStllfJoInu Paralrlll or Ia Feml Diseases a apeda Uy Consultation + C+ CCb Y UNDEBSAKBB EMBALMER And Doalcar In- UUNE1SSSADDIEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY F HAYSU- NDERTAKERS DBALXBS IB Furnlture1IIatUnJsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right TANFOBD KKNTUOK7 aTHE DEAD ESIDENTI BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE BY HON WM nN NINOS BRVAK The terrible deed at Buffalo rudely breaking tbo ties of family and friendship and horrifying every patrlotld clt iron crowns a most extraordinary life with a halo that cannot but exalt Its vfcflma place in history His braery during the trying ordeal his forlvlog spirit and his fortitude in the I1nal hours give glimpses of his inner lIre which nothing less tragic could have revealed But Inexpressibly bad as the death of McKinley the l1ustrloull citizen It Is the damnable murder ot McKinley the president that melts 75 million hearts into one and bringt a hush to the farm the factory and tbe forum Death is the Inevitable Incl dent of every human career It de spices the sword and the shield of tbe warrior and laughs at the precautlona suggested by science Wealth can OOL build walls high enough or thick enough to shut It out and no home Is humble enough to escapeS Its vllta tlon Even love the most potent force known to manlove the chacterlltlo which links the human to the dlvln even love is powerless in its presence Its contingency is recognized in the marriage vow until death do us part and Is written upon friendship rlo But the death even when produced by natural causes of a public servant charged with the tremendous responsibilities which press upon a preside hocks the entire country and is rn finitely multiplied when the circumI lances attending constitute an attack upon the government itself No one can estimate the farreaching effect of uch an act as that which now casts a loom over our land It shames Amer tca In the eyes of the world it lmpsln her moral prestige and gives enemlel of free government a chance to mock at her and 1 excites an Indlgnatl wbleh while righteous in itself may ead to acts which will partake of the paint of lawlessness As the prcslden leach overwhelms all in a common lOr row so it Imposes a common respon tllity namely tel so avenge the wrODIt lone to the president tile family and the country as to make the executive lUe secure without abridging freedom of speech or freedom of the press There was a striking similarity be ween the deathbed scenes of Prell enu McKinley and GarfieldIGarfields partings ed form a moat touching part of bla story He had given the best part of himself to his wife and bo had worshipped his mother It was over her be bent after he had taken the oath of oroce as president and kissed her I have faith he said when be realized the shadows were closing In upon him It Is leaving you that hurts me most he wbUpered to the wife by bls IideiOnce he put out his wasted hand and said If It is Gods will so be it To his wife McKinley saidlilt II Gods way His will be donenot ours It takes a true man to die as be8e men died They had fought the ood fi5tht They hall finished their course And so when the summons came ther was no hanging back no despcrat clloglD to life but bravely calmly tbey faced eternity and passed Into tbf valley of death like manly men and rlnlans A CERTAIN OURE FOR DYSENTER AND DIARRHOEA Some years ago I was one of a part that intended making a long bicycle Ipcape F L Taylor of New Alban adford County la I was taken cud denly with diarrhoea and was about to- give up the trip when editor Ward the Laceyville Messenger suggested that I ake a dose of ChamberlainssColici CholAra and Diarrhoea Remedy asedthe bottle and took two doses- oue before starting and one on the route I made the trip scucesgfully and never- felt any effect Again last summer was almost completely run down with an- attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of- tbla same remedy and this time one dllle- cured me Fqr sale by Craig de Ilocker Tbe democrats throughout the coup try have been prompt and pointed In- their denunciation of the fiendish crue and cowardly crime against William McKinley the person und the president but the Kentucky democrats bave- been especially eo Different bodies ot- them notably the State central com- mlttee werq among the tint to pass- formal resolutions denouncing the IiC- tThey have recently been through the fire and know Its pains Owensboro Meallnger WATER CURE FOR CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Take two cups of hot water half hour before each maal and just before- going to bed also a drink of water hot or old 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 maybe ured without the use of any medi cine When a purgative is requited take- something mild and gotla like Chamber lain s Stomach and Liver Tablets For eall by Craig Rocker rank Idlngs who made threats agaln8 Roosevelt is a paroled convict and bo will be returned to the Colum bue penitentiary 4t rftI MT VERNON Is some talk of putting but IThere ticket court began hero Monday h adjourned yesterday out of respect for the presidents funeral Ramp Mlze who killed Robert Wblt akcr came In Monday and surrender Ho was placed under a bond to await the action of the grand jury The hardest rain hero for many year foil here and on Skaggs creek MODday night Considerable damage was dace to fences and crops along the creeks Mrs McFerran who has been critI- cally from blood poisoning Is lomo better Arch McGuirE a proraln farmer of the Eastern part ot the coun trrls critically ill Three children of William Cox are down with Icarlet fever J T Adams is staying at tbelr Livingston store this week and Jamea Houk Is at Mt Vernon Dr Davis II on the sick list Mr W T DavlaDd children returned to Livingston Saturday Esquire Gatltff who was so badly shot and cut up last week Is y t alive and his recovery Is doubtful Mln Battle Dllllon daughter of W II DU lion of Livingston is critically Ill Several oil men were on Wednesday train bound for Knox county oil field Isaac Stewart returned to Florida Tue day Mrs W T Short who has been Ill so long is slowly improving Tbe writer was over to Lancaster Oat of the week and found Louis Landra working Tuesday night at 10 oclock In hie oQlco Lovick Thompson is vlsltli East Bernstadt At Evansvllle Ind Robert Wales wal given three months In jail for c1 iresslng pleasure hi the death of M- iIcKlnley and mutilating a picture of him Three boys aged 13 Hand 15 were aught trying to blow open a sate at he Suffolk Vt postotllce An inch ot hemp rope is worth a mile of red tape In dealing with anarcby aducah DemocratS S Then is more Catarrh In this section of tl eunUT thin all othedlsasee put together until toe last few years was supposed be la anol rronoueurItInd bf constantly hula to cure with such tdle mint prcoouBced It locursble Selenoaraa reran catarrh to be a constitutional disease haa tisrefon requires constitutional treatment Halll alarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chens Co Toledo Ohio Is the only conitlntlonal cur ithe market It Is taken Intcrnsllylln dost from 10 drops to a teaspoon ul It acts tenKUvo tbe blood and mucous surfaces oi the eye lu They olfor hundred dollars for lilt fans to l1re lieD lor circulars sod tmilmontals Address F1 CHENEY CU Toledo O Sold b sac Ualla Family 1111s are the Lat MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars and over on farms only at 5 per cent Long time- and easy payments W A TKIBIILE 3m Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 5 arm of about 60 acre 3f miles from IIus tonvllle on Morelaud Station and Carpen terl Station pike also a good grist mil with traction engine sell rea- lIoaalily Apply to JOHN DIN WIDDIY 1m Huatonvllle K- yLLDMINISTRATORS SALEad- ministratorAs of the estate of J W Glv enl deed I will on FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 I9OI At his late residence near McKlpney IC- ylellllt public auction to the highest bidder- the following property I alxyearold 2 twoye rold wellbred 10 Jen- neta six of them In foal by good Jack one combined mare Nellie Gray her colt by lreston 1 3 year old atalllon out of Nellie- Oray by a Denmark hone one sorrel mare and gray mare 10 years old mare buggy buckboard 1 bone cllr- per about 100 bushels wheat acrea of corn one lot of sugar cane and a lot of farming Implements TermlA credit of three months on note- with good security payable In bank bent Ing Interest from day of for all sums r810 For all sums of 810 und under- caah EDWARD ALCORN Admr THE Queen 2 a Crescent and May 1st Exposition to Nov lat Excursion rates and special theTOI will announced later American the greatest ition since the Worlds Fair architecture wonderful displays features dazzling Midway NIAGARA FALLS gommRY ln Grounds FluJecUniDChal w o eo oIcltobo rna a Ia w OLfUw 8f t1I Route its connecting lines to be u Get Rich Often have done so why rant you Deposit yonr monoy with tho r t t THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT COs OF LEXINGTON KY lllioro llvlll be sate and increase t While You Sleep JESSE M ALVERSON Ltcal Agent Stafford Female College+ A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of tho best city gramnmjscuools and In addition the full regu lar courses of study of the best female colleges in tbo state Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Inllructloalalall departments by competent and experienced teachers Tho next annual HuloaIwill open Monday September 2J Tuition feet range from tlOjto 125 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition in literary courses and music 20 weeks 1100 For catalogue address IB T 3FI3STI3ZE13ESiaO2iT IFrln- Stanford 351y 1 State College of Kentucky Tho Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study visa Agricultural Horticulture Chemical Normal School Mechanical EoglneorlnK Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Postgraduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a masters 1 degree Each course of study Is organized under a separate faculty The general fiffult satuUfs more than thirty professors InatructoracAPPOINTEES rccelre tuition room rent in dormitory COUNTY and il they remain ten months traveling The and museums are large well equipped comprehensive- and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women end a drill and hu been provided for Men Military tactics and science are fully provided for u required by Con- reai Graduates from the several course of atudy readily find excellent tions and liberal remuneration Tho demand Is largely in excess of the ability of tho col1e a to supply- Last year tho matriculation list was 620 for catalogue method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ih D LL D resident Fall term begins September I 1901 LKXINOTOV Ky Good Bye Stanford Great Removal Sale of the Racket Store Como quick and pick what you like while three great bargains last Its a chance ofa lifetime All goods will be sacrificed at a mere fraction of their cost fountains of merchandise begin to move Reckless slaughter of rich goods and icriflce of profits to the last Como and see the goods examine then with own eyes and hands We claim that such qualities at such prices were nenr offered before All of thus stock must be hustled out from how on They art oomed to price wrecks This means everything must go come in got your Iharo Read partial list and act promptly Window shade all colors with fixture Sc table oil worth 20 and 23o per yard go at He ladles dress skirts wOrlh 12 go at 80c Clarks 0 N T and silk thread at to spool horse collars worth 1160 go at 24c mens suits worth IV go at 1203 Brussels carpet worth 7Sc per yard while It lasts at roc For SlleHoule and lot on street horse surrey and spring wagon good milk cow umber 12 and 14 foot oak boxing household and kitchen furniture also a lot of modern and upito duo store fixtures The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC ProprlotorI Lampsorder to make room for ourva Fall lumps we offer tbo follow lug to close I Ja 150 Lamps at 100 1i 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145II300 Lamps at GEORGE iH FARRIS a CO We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboardstea Farming Implements t Harness c kt Live Stock ofIll Kinds i Corn Wheat Oats Hnjf Rye c nt highest market prices i Carson Pence Stanford i r MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY A FirstClass Boarding School For Girl v J W McCARVEY Jit Principal Faculty of ten teachers who wore educated lit the leading Institutions of America and and have made brilliant records as Instructors one a specialist In her department Europe Music department exceptionally strong School apparatus and general excellent fare fussy teachers Frequent Illustrated lect the on his recent travels In Egypt tlne andfreeurea and bealthtullocatlon only one serious case of IlckneHtnI2yearl trlces ublghttu hIgher than other drst class nor than many ones Send for catalogue w