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SEMIWEEKLY INTERlO itJUtrrrNAL2 c VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1901 9 A M NO 59 MIDDLEBURGV The sink are all coavalesclnsf Farmer are buoy cutting fodder and housing tobacco Peaches are about gone this yoarss ykW belngr the largest In years There will be a good crops of winter apples f A meeting of the Caioy County Teachers Association will bo hold hero next Saturday the 28th A largo dele Ration of teacher It expected to beI pretest We have had a couple of frost but they were too light to do any harm These chilly mornings RO pretty bard with the writer who almost withes ho was brick In the tropics Albert Daittn who was so borribly cut a few nights ago It Improving though not out of danger Ho was tabbed throe times It was reported that Wall had been captured In TeqI neiaee but subsequent reports aro that they worn false Several from this vicinity attended the Maccabee picnic at Liberty Saturday E V Lovoloii of Somerset Is visiting friends hero Mr and Mrs John Eaton of Lancaster are visiting relatives bore J II Allen and wife of Somerset are taking In the Centen 1alaiCentennial exercises commenced at the Baptist church Friday night and continued over Sunday night The original program was not carried outI on account of the absence of the great er part of those on the program A series of protracted meetings will bet gin Monday night to continue about two weeks Your correspondent returned from Somerset Friday after a pleasant stay of three days It being our first visit to tho Pulaskl capital since we held up our hand In the fall of 00 to defend Old Glory against her enemies There Is a very little noticeable change In the old town save a few suburban residences and the supplanting of the blind tiger by open saloons Thurs day was memorial day and It was most fittingly observed In Somerset all the business houses clueing and they to gather with the courthouse and other 1 public and private buildings as well were decorated In mourning There was a grand parade Ic town participated In by the G A It Odd Follow school children and SpanishAmerican and Philippine war veterans Sergeant Coleman and Cook Loveless of the gal lant lilt adding lustra m to the latter Those In parado and otbert wero as t Rambled In front of tbo courthouse where Judge James Denton In a few well chosen remarks stated the reasons and purposes of the days observances and paid a glowing tribute to the dead executive and denounced anarchism In mot scathing terms as most detrimen tal to a libertyloving people A local band discoursed appropriate airs Moro extended ceremonies wore bold In the opera nouso In the afternoon Wo had the pleasure of meeting Brer Camp boll of tbo Journal and who edited the I J over a quarter of a century ago Also Klbort Wesley an old Ca iCY boy Wesley Is the republican nominee for county attorney which of course It equivalent to an election In rockribbed Pulaskl lie was formerly 1 4city attorney and won the latter noml nation after a hotly contested campaign with Thomas Morrow as his opponent t W R Uoocb formerly of McKInnoy and tbo I J representative at that place Is now located In Somerset We also met J1 HL and H C Allen who wero formerly In tho goods business hero tho former at one time being connected with the Jnnlo Wash Institute as one of the faculty now with the fib bale Drug Co C C WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers manthat Is f tho order of a womans preferences Jew ola form R magnet of mIghty lower to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health Is often ruined In the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her to get a coveted gem then let bet fortify herself against the Inslduous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular 7uao of Dr iJoscheca German IymrItwill promptly arrest early stages heal the affected lungs t and bronchial tubAS and drive the dread 1IIIso eo from the system It is not a but it is a certain curo for coughs colds and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr G G 0teens reliable remedies at Pennys Drug Store Get Almanaci friend said President Roosevelt to Senator Hanna 1 I am your friend and my friends shall be your friends replied Senator Hanna to President Roosevelt Deliver me from my friends P ox claimed Job when boiling over with af- fiictlonsLouievlllo Times t Low RATES TO MINNEAPOLIS Ono faro roundtrip Queen d Crescent Route October 7 and 12 account National Convention of the Christian church finest service In the South Be sure your ticket reads via this line Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G A Mrs Letltla Garrard aged 84 li dead at Frankfort i About the Dead President The body of the late President Mc Klnley will be guarded for 00 days by a deiabment of soldiers from the regu lar army The people of the United States will bo given tbo opportunity to contribute to a fund to erect a McKinley monu ment at Canton President McKinley carried 315000 in life Insurance policies There are three policies of 8100000 each ono of 810000 and one of 85000 According to the statement of T E Drake deputy State superintendent of Insurance In Ohio President McKinley carried policies of Insurance on his life amounting to 8l0000 Never before on this continent has such a floral display been seen at any public occasion as that In Wcstlawn cemetery where President McKlnlcy was laid to rest Tbo vault was lined with tbo rarest and costliest lowers a multitude of floral pieces was spread on tbo ground beforo the door of the vault and for 100 feet to the right and left of the doorway and for half as miny feet to tho rear of a line passing through tbo front wall It was Impossi ble to tread so thickly did the tributes lie Nearly every country on both hemisphere was represented by an of faring The number of those from the Untied States It almost past counting They came from every State In tbo Union and there It scarcely d man In public life whoso tribute of respect for the virtues of William McKinley did not Ho beside his coffined remains The value of the estate of the lato President McKinley Inclusive of ev erything be owned and the Insurance policies upon his life Is believed to be about 8200000 When Mr McKinley was elected for the first time ho had just lost practical ly every cent bo possessed by Indorsing notes for Ohio friends He was a roost generous man caring little for money He stepped Into the White House financially wrecked not merely baying lost all his money but heavily In debt and with notes against him His friend prominent among whom were Mark Uanna and H H Koblsaat wont to his rescue They took up his paper and put him on his feet The president was frugal and lived plainly at the White House Ho saved a good part of hit salary of nearly 81 000 a week and devoted It to repaying the friends who bad come to him In the hour of need Eventually ho paid back every penny advanced on his behalf a sum total of about 8100000 Ono of Mr McKlnlcy closest personal friends said the other day that tbo Canton house was worth 812000 and tho farm 810000 and that with tecurl ties and cash of 8100000 and Insurance of 800000 the ostaln would bo worth irlflo more than 8200000 The late president left a will the bulk of the estate going to the widow Philadelphia Times Anarchy and Anarchists An Italian miner at Lcadvlllc Col wno said It was tho right thing to kill beinglynchedhI am an anarchist and I did my duo ty said tho assassin of President Mc Kinley Tho American people are not anarchists and they must do their du ly Bryans Commoner The people of Des Molriea believe they bavo discovered in a loiter found on the person of a wounded anarchist a clew to a conspiracy against tho late President McKtnloys life The exports who have been examin big the bullets and revolver with which McKinleyhaveafter making two thorough tests Leon Czolgosz will never till the chair of elocution In Emma Goldmans anarchist school but It Is almost cer tain that bo will fill the chair of elec trocutlon as established by authority of the Legislature of Now YorkDowl Ing Green TimesJournal Six policemen made a raid on an an archist meeting In Newton borough of Queens New York and succeeded In capturing Johann Most and several other anarchists There were 500 pto plo In the place and the police wore forced to use their clubs freely before they captured the prisoners Charles C Mobre editor of she Bluo Grass Blade uses the following len guage In referring to tbo assassination of President McKinley Damn all paperllcontent Swipe out the whole Infernal cowardly treacherous gang of assassins and arrest as a suspect any man or woman who calls himself or herself an anarchist InterState Fair Louisville Sept 23 to Oct 6 Reduced rates Q S C Route for this occasion ono fare round trip ask ticket agents for particulars a For a bad taste In the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab letsFor tale by Craig sir Hocker LAND STOCK CROPS ETC New corn sold at il qear Perryvlile Lord Derby beat Boralraa In straight heats at Rcadvlllo Mats Best time 207i S H Baughman bought tnctLedford farm of about 200 acres for 88250 It lies near PreacnersvlUe Two hogsheads of bright cigarette wrapper tobacco sold at 823 and 113 per 100 In Louisville Friday At Samuel Loronz sale ihreoycar old cattle sold at 81860 milk cows 818 to 820 yearlings 89 and bogs Cc Lewis L Doty lost by death a liDO colt by F Reldt Quasi dam ono of the finest brood mares In the county Charles Crites bought of Mr Chest nut 100 acres of land near Hedgovlllo at 83ft and his fatherinlaw Mr G A Eubanks will live on it J F Cook of Lexington and J H Roach of this county sold to Senator J W Bailey of Texas four thorough bred Shorthorn bull calves at li5IJonas Welhl purchased of Judge JID Goodloe of Madison his entire lot of export cattle 70 In all averaging 1400 pounds atSc Ho also bought ofI T S Buroam 10S at the same price At Bogue Allens sale near Carters vllle Garrard county yearling cattle brought 810 to 822 heifer 813 milk cows 825 to 832 hogs Sic and corn StOO In tho Held Auctioneer J F Cook tells ut Lutes fc Co bought at Lancaster yesterday a load of light feeders at 3 toI 345 They bought of I S Tons 10 1000pound heifers t3o and ot Grant North 22 1400pound cattle at Ii toI 31c Came to my place about the 10th RI black sow and barrow weight about 150I pounds Owner can have same by prov log them and by paying for their keepI and this notice W H Dudderar Rowland 3t Cresccus beat The Abbot again at Rcadvllle Mass Saturday but the latter horse gut the second heat The time was slow the fattest heat being the last 207 Over 12000 people saw the race LANCASTER COCUT A big crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday and most of the 200 or more cattle on market changed hands Tno best price paid was 3c which was for a bunch of two year old Some common cattle sold as low as 21c The mulo market was very brisk sucklings tolling at from 830 to 860 and aged mules at 8100 to 8100 Hubble Eubanks bought 14 cotton mulo colts at 835 to 84S There was very little demand for horses and few were sold MATRIMONIAL John Hayes aged 78 and three times a widower was married at Wells Land justa22 Miss Edna Camp of Perryvlile who has been visiting In Florida was marred there to A C Freeman mayor of Poala Gorda Pie Thomas Fletcher and Miss Lucille Cundlff eloped to Huntavllle Tenn and wero married The groom la a member of the firm of Clark Mooro ft Co and one of our best young men His bride Is a daughter of Mr Charles Cundlff of the Oak Hill neighborhood and ono of Pulaskts prettiest girls Somerset Republican CHURCH MATTERS Revs Martin Owens John Todd and John Long bold protracted meeting at Etna Pulaskl county which resuh od In 21 additions The Northern Presbyterian church has In the last 10 years received 70S ministers from olbordenomlnatlons and dlimlsscd to others 405 Rev H C Garrison of Danville Is conducting a protracted meeting at Broadway Christian church Lexing ton and President Burma A Jenkins of Kentucky University will fill his pulpit Sunday CAME NEAR BEING A CRIPPLE Josh Wcsthafer of Loogootee Ind a poor man but be says ho would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm It it cost five dollars a bottle for It saved him from being a cripple No external ap plication is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stilt neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It lies alto cured nu merous cues of partial paralysis It is for sale by Craig it Hocker On account of tho National Mission ary Convention of the Christian church at Minneapolis Minn the L N will sell round trip tickets at ono faro Oct 7 8 10 and 12 The Rev Low G Wallace chaplain of the State prison will be a candidate for the democratlo nomination for Superintendent Publlo Instruction- S Richard Scott an uncle of George W Pulliam who used to live at Har rodsburg died at Jefferaonville 0 yesterday Everett Bean accidentally shot and killed himself In Nelson county OEOHOE C KKLLKIt JR Of this office Is one of the beet all round newspaper men In our knowledge Besides knowing every detail of the printing business be can pen as readable a paragraph as tbo next one Ho can set more type than two ordinary men and Imposes a 32page form about at quickly as most printers do a noto bead A natural mechanic Mr Keller can tell wbat Is wrong with a press at a glance and about as quickly be makes the necessary changes or repairs Having spent nearly a fifth of a century in the INTERIOR JOURNAL office ho it now regarded at a part of It and a very valuable part ho It Like tho rest the force Mr Keller la a trueblue democrat but takes little part In poll tics save to vote He Is 35 years old and has an Interesting family of a wife and two children He la originally from Harrodsburg but has lived In Stanford long enough to call It home LANCASTER The members of the Christian church are Invited to attend the C W B M convention on next Thursday Dinner will be served on the ground Barley seems to be very scarce in this section Rye for eeed Is also scarce several parties having been inquiring forlt during the last few days FOR RENTIn Lancaster a house of 10 rooms garden and stable Centrally located and well suited for a board ing house For reference John M Orand 8th and Jefferson Streets Waco Texas Robert Saufley of Stanford la visit log Ware McRoberts Mrs John Far ra Is very ill again at the home of her father Mr Joseph Burnslde In the country Miss Bono West Improving rapidly we are glad to note Miss Lizzie Brown led the Christian Endeavor very creditably Sunday evening Miss Mary Thompson will lead at the next meeting which Is a conse cration meeting The president urges that each member bring their contri button J W Bales of Richmond bought export cattlo as follows Of A C Robinson Son 20 at 6c of J A Doty 38 at 51 of A R Denny 30 at 6 30 of J W Elmore 30 at 5t A C Robinson tc Son bought 00 feeders at 3t to 4o for October delivery Our farmers say grass was never more plentiful at this time of the year but they It is well for corn la so scarce and high Hogs are In demand at from 7 to 710 In the city which Is very good for those who have them to sell but very bad on people who have to buy meat A Card I desire to say that I accept the ac tion of the Democratic Executive Committee of Lincoln county In declaring Isaac Herrin the nominee of the demo cratic party for the office of jailer I am now and always hve been a democrat and bavo supported the nominees of the party loyally In all elections and I now assure the democrats of Lincoln county that I will keep the faith and stand by the nominees In the pending contest and I also hereby announce that I am a candidate for the demo cratlo nomination for the office of jailer of Lincoln county In the year 1004 DINK FARMER Sept 20tb 1001 WATER CURE FOR CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Take two cups of hot water hall an hour beforo each maal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots ofoutdoor exerciio walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and in many cases chronic constipation may be cured without the use of any medi cine When a purgative is required take something mild and getle like Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets For elA by Craig A Hocker S S Samantha Alslf hat bedn appointed postmaster at Barcamp Mills and H countyINear Bardstown a little son of Shel by Wllklntonwas run over by a wagon and Killed t T TiITIT1r tPY p ITKIT riP = = w = == 1 jj OUR FALL GOODS J E iAre now ready for your inspection Best line ofII New Stylish Overcoats And Suits iiiiIt hu ever been our pleasure to show wens and Boys Best 1350- Shoes In town Hawes New Fall Shapes in fiatsNone Better Only f3 Drop In to see us f 13 t IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 1tJTHE GLOBE RepairingtErYourmoney back if youre not satisfied 1 mILLER HIRSCH Danville S jauM to J L Frohman do Co IP r oo rt = = 9 = t etij fdi P fI frSi c t IZie ii a vf w fdf e IiN M u u u M 6aQ Manssee sr 1- The name Manss on a ft perfeet eNo better goods can be e 1 made and their styles are a little better than most j err Shoes 1Ia t- e 1r Our new stock comprises nil the latest styles e4- s e se nud leathers Double Soles Heavy Extended i Soles Double Decked Soles etc e w w TERMS CASH siPr H J McROBERTS ti iPS Se S S e S It 0 Cf e IiAIe e 6 Iti itH JSI adIi Wi ei iSt CHAPPY FARMER I HIGGINS McKINNET Stanford I IE REAM SODA IL Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUGSTORE CO TOW B McRobertsI Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnishjand VarnishlStains uo n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL IB ktways pleased to note a reformation of morals or manners In man or beast A dlstlt- eulebed Instance occurring last weel our duty as a journalist requires tbat the public shall have the Information When Gov Goebel was prostrate Irom the assassins bullet and his death dally expected the present republican uon Inee for sheriff was heard to say tbat he felt no grief that Goebela dd heart ought to be cut out Last Thursday when the good people of tbls community assembled In memorial service to express Individual and collect- Ive sorrow because of the assasslnatlo of their president this gentleman played the role of chief mourner We accept this unmistakable evidence of a change of heart Mr Menefco bas a long time been a consistent and exemplary church member though somewhat given in times of deepest wratl to say cuss words a little louder and a little oftener than the law allows a housekeeper with a family but a close and intelligent observer of his sacerdotal demeanor Thursday could not have tailed to be Impressed wit the belief that he bad lopped off even that little excrescence from the branches of his moral manhood He did not t even cuss Czolgoez at least not loud What a marked reformation since Taj lor had Goebel killed He not only wanted Goebel killed assasstnaied- ne wanted his dd heart cut out1 Mr Menefee has discerned the error bis way As Debo pats it In his classical engllsb he seen his duty and done It It repents him that he ever approved assassination It strikes bls moral astuteness as being a very ungodly way of getting rid of a man Thi scales have fallen from his eyes even scales as big as a dinner plates Now if any man and brother Is thlnkinj that he ought to vote against Mr Men efee for endorsing the assassination of Goebel let ue assure that deluded brother that Mr Menefee has reformed We are sure be has reformed Did we not see him with crape on his art and bowed head last Thursday Bosldi thle has not Mr Menefee proved that he can reform In politics Perish the thought that Mr Menefee has not re- formedr If any good democrat doubt it let him go to Mr Menefee now and ask him if he could still cut Goebele heart out and we will lay a wager thai he will say uo with a big N iTHE democrats of Lincoln count were never In better shape and uoles all signs fall the magnificent ticket nominated on March 16th will be elected by an overwhelming majority It Is also more than probable that all of the four democratic magistrates will read their titles clear There Is ever reason why democrats should win and win they will Compare the two tick eta consider the condition of the coun ty at present and think of it four year ago and no man who has the good of Lincoln county at heart will vote to again turn over the affairs to the republicans Judge Baileys record Is enough to insure his election which even the honest republicans will admit Hone M F North and Harvey Belm Supt Garland Singleton and Clerk George B Cooper each have records that they are willing to stand on and which are good enough to elect them to any office they might ask while Messrs M S Baugbman M G Rey nolde and W I Herrln are BO well lit ted for the offices they aspire that to defeat them would be a calamity There is no turncoat nor democratfor revenueonly about these gentlemen whose valiant services for the party they love have been felt in many hot elections and who have been ever ready to respond to democracys call Take the two tickets collectively or Individ ually and if the republican turncoat crew does not suffer by the comparison we will bear the consequences This Is democratic year and the result cl Novembers election Is a mere question of democratic majority OKLAHOMA people know how to treat brutes An anarchist who had made unpatriotic remarks about America and the late president was made to kneel In the mud give three cheers for his country and kiss the flag Ho was then pelted with stones and order ed to leave town A man who criti deed the police for not Interfering was placed in jail in order to protect him from violence THE following from Mr Bryans Commoner shows that the writer IB a man with a heart who has no desire to attach blame where It does not belong If any one Is tempted to criticise Mr Roosevelt for going off on a hunting expedition at a time when the president was critically ill let it be remembered that he could have given no better proof of his faith in the executives re covery A LOUISVILLE woman wants 15000 damages for being hugged At that price only millionaires and sleeping car porterscould indulge in that very pleasant pastime Tim Lexington Democrat is a year ling now and a lively one it is teTHE Danville AdvocateDHdntwer- ry bodtLlocoln countys politics be- Ing mixed The situation Is satUfa tory to Mr Dink Farmer who has much more democracy than the Advocate has shown itself to possess in the last five or six years Better attend to the good ticket the democrats of your county have named Brer Wolfolk POLITICAL Senator Mark Hanna says he Is done with being Interviewed for all time to como William B RIdgeley was appointed controller of the currency by President RooseveltA has been established at Kellloka Harlan county with J P Kelly as postmaster Another meeting of the democrat State campaign committee will be held in Louisville tomorrow- It Is understood that Secretary of tbJ Navy Long will retire some time dur log the next few months All of the four candidates for the democratic nomination for U S Senator spoke at MaysvlHe yesterday President Roosevelt will not have a secret guard about him and thinks be la abundantly able to care for himsell The democratic State campaign com mlttee decided to open headquarters at once in Louisville Percy Haley was chosen secretary Commissioners from Cuba say tbat unless the United States makes tart concessions the financial ruin of tbe Island Is inevitable President Roosevelt to a number of Southern callers said most positively that bo was going to be president of sectionIIc Committee because the conventloi would not fuse with the independen republicansMontgomery republicans put out the following ticket Saturday Judge Maj A T Wood Attorney H Clay McKee Sheriff J E McClure Assessor John Fisbee Superintendent Mha Rannle Burroughs- C L Prichard of Elliott county wai nominated for State Senator in the Catlettsburg district to succeed Senate John JJohnson James J Byrne of Ashland was nominated for represen tatlve in the BovdLawrence district In the precinct conventions in the 7th judicial district Saturday Logan county democrats Instructed for S R Crewdson Todd for S Walton Forgy Simpson for John J Mllllkln and Muh Unburg for B G Thomas The dls trict convention will be held at Central City tomorrow The democratic nominees for count school superintendent in Boone and Boyd counties and the republican nom pees for the same office In Grant and Marlon have been selected too late to be examined under the regular rule for a certificate of qualification and unless they are willing to take a much more difficult examination they will be IsqualiQed Democrats af Laurel county nominated the following ticket Judge Samuel H Young Sheriff DJ Jones Jailer A P Moore Assessor Samuel Wyatt Henry S Bowling was nominated for representative for this and Rockcastle counties A resolution was adopted at the convention Indors ing the administration of Gov Beck bam and condemning anarchy and as lasslnatlon IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Bob Ross was shot and killed on 2d treat in Danville Saturday night by Tom Fife also colored Fife is in jail Peter Perclful shot and probably fatally wounded George Childress in tockcastle He mistook him for a panther or wild cat walking through the weeds The Antioch OH Gas Company of iurnslde bas been organized with the Blowing officers J L Grissom pres- Ident Will R Reid secretary A C French treasurer Three will be sunk near Burnslde at once An application made by Charles Mc onnaghy T J Oatts J R Oatts M Hedrick and W R Cress of Mon lello to or anlze the Citizens Na ional Bank of Monticello has been approved by the controller of the cur The bank will have 825000 capital Since the exchange of od tors between the Harrodsburg Democrat and INTERIOR JOURNAL we learn that Ed Walton Is besieged with appli cations for a similar arrangement The Journal has Secured promise of first call and Lewis Landram gets next Somerset Journal Fire atCorbln destroyed the Florence Hotel Martin Hotel Dryden House jhotwell House and Isaac Millers bakery Loss about 93000 partially covered by Insurance J H Holland onpcrly of Casey kept a saloon in the 5hotwcll House and his loss is about 11000 with no Insurance- ADDITIONAL LOCAL SCHOOL books and school supplies at Craig Hookers SEE Hlgglns McKinney before selling your millet seed OUTING Flannels in 50 patterns at 7t and lOco Severance Sons JIM fined83 In Judge Car sons court the other day for throwing rocks at his wife SEED WHEAT Como see our Northern seed wheat before buying J I Baugbman Co ITnE residence on West Main Street occupied by Mr W P Walton is for rent Apply at this office r HOT Blast heating stove and range with hot water back also folding bed for sale Mrs P E Kemp FIRST cold snap Dont forget ve have underwear for men women aDd children Severance fc Sons THAT NCraiglaan artist window dresser can be proven by a glimpse at his mirror window ITm L N will sell roundtrip tickets at one faro Oct 7 to 17 good until 19 to the Lexington trots p WE have plenty of all kinds of feed such as hay corn oats and shlpstuff Cheap for cash J B Baugbman S Ico SALEA storeroom with or tOck of goods A good bust ness stand Wm Huer Oitenhetm Ky black silk cape lost between ISnOuT well and the Infirmary Lib Leave at Severance Sons Store THIRTYTWO varieties 0f assorted sizes in cooking and heating stoves Look at our line before you buy Geo H Farris Co A NINE MONTHSOLD eon of Mr and Mrs E S Elmore of Livingston died there Sunday and was burled In Bulls lo Cemetery yesterday HELD OVERArthur Miller color ed was tried yesterday for eteallni hogs from S T Harris and held ova to circuit court In 8100 i A SPECIAL train will leave hero at 724 Thursday morning for Louisville on account of Kentucky day at the Interstate Fair A rate of one fare for the roundtrip will be given A MISTAKE Through mistake we received twice as rainy of one number of boys fleeced shirts and drawers the 35e grade We have instructions from the mill to sell them They go at 24o per garment 46o a suit Their Ioui IB your gala Severance Sons ORRInLEMreFale Foland doughter of Mrs Virginia King of this county was perhaps fatally burned at Lawrenceburg bv the explosion of a lamp Mrs King who was visiting her and who attempted to save hot laughter was also badly burned TilE trustees of the Stanford Grad d School met Friday afternoon and with drew the order for the election to havi been held Staturday to take the sense of the voters on Issuing bonds to erect 812000 school building Cbalrmai W B OBannon tells us that the election will likely beheld In the spring FORTY of our citizen were summon ed yesterday by Sheriff George Coul ter of Danville to be examined for jurors in the case of the Commonwealth against Eugene Montgomery colored charged with killing his little child to get the Insurance on its life Deputy Sheriff C B Owens assisted Sheriff Coulter IN answer to our query how do you feel politically Chairman T B Robinson of the democratic county committee said I never felt better in my ife and I am absolutely certain that our ticket will win from top to bottom Democracy was never In better shape In Garrard and all signs point to democratic success So mote it be- NUNNELLEY Mrs James R Nun alley died at Fort Worth Texas at 12 oclock yesterday of heart trouble She wasa daughter of Robert Higgins of Georgetown Ohio and was a lovely christian lady The remains will bent to Georgetown and will be burled Wednesday Mr and Mrs P P Nun alley will leave tonight for the burial Mrs Nunnolley spent seneral months here a year or so ago and made friends of all with whom she came in contact DIED OF t1ElIINJURIES Two laughters of the late Hardin Singleton were driving near Waynesburg Saturday when their horse became rigbtened and ran away Both were brown out and the youn ers head truck a telephone pole receiving In juries from which she died 24 hours later Dr OBannon was telephoned for but the young lady was too far ono when bo reached her bedside todo nythlng for her The other sister was considerably bruised both about the aco and body TimE district convention of the Christian Womans Board of Missions corn rising Lincoln Garrard Rockcastlo aad Madison counties will be held In the Christian church at Lancaster Sept 26 Mrs Harrison State president will deliver an address In the evening All women of the Christian lurch Interested in missions are cor tally invited The preachers of the istrlct Revs Hagan of Stanford Mo iOlland of Richmond Bailey of Crab Orchard Montgomery of Campbells lllei Moore of Lancaster Pinkerton of Hustonvllle will take part Dr Rlxey says Mrs McKinley con Inues to bear up yell Miss Stella daughter of John Duncan of Madison la dead tOJdeath retas alrtaata Ir Mens Nuts 25c I We Imvo n few men fine roughnmlpmooth straw hats left forms1 price 50c 75o and 81 Wo nro not going to take them away hence 1 our loss nod your guin at 25c IMens n Shoes largo ns mens fine nod con gross Inn or black I patent leather vici kid box calf etc The tual value of then goods is from 82 to 85 I in this sale from 98c to to 8178 Ladles Shoes 1 Ladies fine coarsc shoes lace and button north from 81 to S3 I go at 40c Mens Shirts 49c A few mens flue neg- ligee1 shirts two collar detached worth 81 g in this sale at 49c 1 Curtain Scrim 4c 3 bolts curtain scrim quality at Jc 160 Hoosier Cotton Ac 72 bolts of Hoosier I unbleached cotton yard wide sold everywhere at 6c go at dc- SpecialI AVc have 10 dozen mens all wool socks I 20c quality conic and get ns many as you need for the coming winter at only lOc pair H USilks 29c One lot of fine col ored and wash silks in lengths of from 1 to 15 yards tho real value of these silks is 50c to 75c in this sale at tho un heard of price of 20c ttmtlaraht lid Gloves A9c sizes nut gray regular losing Out to Quit Business Sale Of The The Louisville Store 1500000 Of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats Jackets Capes Com forts Blankets must positively be sold by jAisrTJARZ a 02 We have just received positive and final instructions to this effect from headquarters This a bonafide closing out to quit sale Country merchants nro especially invited to in oui tore cxnminq the goods and the prices will rood seasonable goods cheaper than the goods will cost in this city If arc not in need of the goods at present it will pay to lay them aside for future tree at the prices we quote The Louisyille StoreStanford Ky Salinger Bros Prors GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE CLOTHING 8750 mens blue clay worstcad suits at 8808 85 casimere suits at S2IO- Mens Macintosh coats sold season nt 8850 wo haw 15 and go at SI40 You will need n duck sooner or liter why not oat now while can save at least 60 per mens lined luck coats at a FOR RENT Cottage three rooms and kitchen contain two acres Nice pardon Bom fruit Situated on Danville MRS MARY WHOUTON NONE BUT GENUINE I handle Deerlng Harvester Extras and Fixtures but none but the genuine Unless the name Deerlng appears on them you may know they are not a S CAmE TEit Hustonvllle FOR RENTN- ice cottage and about 33 acres of land 3 miles from on Stantord pike acres for wheat to J J MOORE Danville Ky COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coat business I am prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a of your patronage I handle the best of coal T L 8HELTON Rowland Ky LAND FOR SALE Blxtynlna acres being the balance of the Vin Davleis lund vet unsold Bounded by the Frankfort llolioa ind IHootnfleld pIkes and lying not one mile from town Imlta Will bo sold toiult purchaser as a sidle or divided Apply to Mrs Warren or Sam Harrods bUrg ICyUGREAT BARGAINS I MONTH 1 have located at Crab Orchard In Oeo mime store near tho railroad on iclm for tho purpose of giving you people worth of your money will always find at my store I am telling secondband Clothing to now dso now Vlothlngand Gents Furnishing Joods Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc Hoping that you will not forgot to pat onlio mo promising you fair treatment you a cordial Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Store Call and see me whon you come to town We will soil flour and meal from Morris reds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange CINCINNATI HABOAIN STORE M REISER lnon Millinery Display Tuesday C Wednesday ctober 1 and 2 We will open for Inspection of our patrons andsrlends our line of Fall Millinery Our fall and winter Is now complete In every de partment is solicited Yours for low prices and up to date goods CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUM Hustonvlllo Ky ar We have only HiO pairs of ladles flue kid gloves till col ore blnck tau red pink white brown etc price 8100 ns long as they Inst 49c etc is call set Wo soil you Kimo you you you OF blnck and mens fancy last only left they will coat got you cent heavy 70c Place keep better THIS Ottcn pike gtvo Bargain stock Your trade urawatShirts Waists 25c Ono lot Imlicefr fine Ie IIWIJiJland 50o nnd The go in this sale nt 39c- BEI WINDOW 1 Blandets 59c- AVc have nn immense 1 stock of blankets and sro determined not to carry any away prices nro cut in hnlfj I thi is your chance to c1Ihens 1lllUnel1 laN allstyles nnd sizes worth lfc ns long ns they last at rILace Curtains 49 1 AVe have n few fine 1pnlr Fancy Hose Childrens fanc 10Iregular prico 25 1Irartnicnt of mens flue suspenders worth 25c I and ntlOo 35c go in this sale Special I We have 110 black heaver double trimmed with CUIIClI braid sold last 8150 and 82 anti get one bolero nUl nro gone nt t 6UeJ BUY YO- URGlothing shoes Hats and Furnishings of Cummirjs = McClary n And You Get The Best Goods For The Least Money New Goods New Firms t Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find t Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronsgo willI t bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andjseo us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street BARGAIN PRICES l In Ready Mixed l Paints for y O After the rain has washed your THE OASHIbest time to Paint We can you money if you will call SCHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ETC CRAIIGS t5 ICK0 r 1LDANVILLE KY ++ H I t I ++++ + + Ho Almost every train from the North to Dnnvillo for the last three weeks has brought us more or less new goods until now our big store is full to ovcrilowing with attrac tivc merchandise Every department of our stuck has been kept up to our past standard of excellence and in o- urReadyToWear Department we have exceeded all our previous efforts and feel confident of greatly increased business this season i TailorMade Suits We offer over 200 for you to select from and feel sure I we can please you in styles and colors and price rices range from 10 up Many new ideas in shor- skirt walking suits from 15 up Separate Skirts More than JJO distinct styles in Cheviots Vcnitians Cloths Pebble Cheviots Arc every one strictly now it every detail Unlincd walking skirts in n great variety upJBlack and Taffeta Silk Skirts will bo greatly used this season and we are offering ninny special values iron 1250 to 30Also in Perm de Soio at 16 up Black Taffeta Skirts closely tucked all over with deep graduated flounce with rows hemstitched tucks on flounce 1375 WaistsaIn black white old rose resida green pink blue cadc r red tan and brown more than 150 in all priced from 3 t loS50 Furs 4 An immense line of scans and long boas front cheapest on up to expensive goods Special values is a long real Sable Fox Boa with two very large full tails at 750 Dress Goodst t An excellent line 6f highclass plain black goods ii Venitians Broadcloths Cheviots Coating Zebillines I Meltons Kerseys Worsteds Whipcords fcc from 75c to 3 yard Full line of colors in fine cloth and Vcnitian at 1 150 and 2 yard Twenty kinds of heavy all rwool goods suitable for unlined walking skirts If you cant come write for samples lu Velvets Aid Silks This is a velvet season Velvets for trimmings to dresses told for millinery Vclutina Velvets and Cordu roys for walking suits costumes and waists You are sure to want some of this now or later We carry a full lino of colors Black Tiilibtn Silks 18 to 3G inch at 50c to 1 yd guaranteed black Pcau do Soic at 1 150 and 2 Millinery Opening IThurSdy Friday And Saturday S9 tothor 6th 7th 28th 0 When we will have on display over 400 New York trim med hats Full line of the celebrated walking hats made expressly for us by Phipps Atchison Ladies creators of style for the world Prices will be very rea sonable Iud it is to your interest to attend as this is the l event in fine millinery for this section of Kentucky a A DANVILLE KY I H INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY SEIT 24 IDOl c ahoiceOUR preiorlplloo work Js unsurpass PoonylDr6r PERSONALS COL WG ilslo Crab Orch ard DR R A JoNEs spent Sunday in Loulivllle IMIss Bessie DAWSON is visiting in Loulivllle BOWMAN OWENS has matriculated a t Ccntro College MR JAMES C ELMORE of Jellfco was hero Sunday HILL SPALDING Is attending circuit court ID Lebanon JAMES CARPENTER has entered col legs at KnoxvillehMR weorto Cincinnati Sunday EDWARD COOPER Is clerking for W W Saunders Co MISS BEULAII CARSON Is visiting friends at Crab Orchard ATTORNEY J It BUSH of Rich mond Is with relatives here MR AND MRS JACOH GINSIIURO were Id Lexington yesterday hltMISSES ANNIE AND MARY PHILLIPS are In the city buying millinery MR WM HAMILTON Is back from Canada J tally improved In health Miss LI7ZIE FISHIIACIC of Danville i was the guest of Mrs W O Speed MRS JESSE P RIFtS of 1ustoartlle are at Tatban Springs IA BAUOHMAN of Huston yllle is with Miss Katherine Baugb manMR AND MRS JOHN BRIGHT JR hero returned from a visit to Pam Lick MRS J G WEATHERPORD of date spent several Day with Mrs O Speed Mns JO BAILEY and little Miss Mary are visiting Mrs II D Gregor- in=ovlngton Miss EDA CAM ITZ of Huston vlllc Is vlslllog Mrs C W Bell Harrods burg Democrat thte dlcsboro Friday DR M C HEATH of Richmond was down to see his new grandson Joseph Carroll Severance HACICLEVuncle James Maret CCspent severs doge Ib Danvlilo with relatives MRS S F H TARRANT of Crab Orebard has been the guest of Mrs Joseph Coffey and other friends BY special request Dr Goldstein the eminent optician will bo at the Vera da Hotel hero Saturday next 23 1DIR S R COOic has rented the boos e pn Logan Avenue recently vacated by W A Carson and will moyo to it In a week or so- D11s9 LCCY GILL who has been vis 1It1og her former classmate Miss Roberta Cash returned to Allensvllle this morning MR AND MRS W J VAOER return cd to Louisville yesterday Mrs 1 a gers mother Mrs Bottle C McKin nay accompanied them MR R E LEE Slats Is not able to attend to his coal business and Mr J nelrlectinr goPz gerald the clever democratic nominee for Jailer of Boyle Mr P a election Is as sure as death and taxes UNCLE JOHN BROWN of Preacher- mile who has as many good friends sap mao who ever lived lD was hero this week extending to all his cordial handshake Mt Vernon Signal Mus W H LOGAN loft yesterday for her homo In Louisville after a visit to relatives here MOB dames Ed Carter and J H Baughman returned with Mrs Logan and are her guestsA from J D Holderman i which contained a 1001 penny states that the writer has secured a 81500 po sition with the street railway of Frank fort Debo le a good man and al ways has a good Job JUDGE J BOYLE STONE and wife an- D1les Julia Stagg of Liberty wont to Louisville yesterday whore they will meet Miss Amanda Stone who baa been visiting In Indiana They will spend some time In the Falls City SENATOR GEORGE T FARRIS and Hon R H Tomllnson of Lancaster passed through to Casey Friday alts severSIMaccabeo plcnlo at Liberty Saturday MR W R Good a practical er of MoKinney has located In Some set at the old Litton stand for the pros ecution of his trade Capt Will C Curd has recovered sufficient strength to como to his otllco Somerset Journal Mn JAS A CARTER who lived at Rowland until tho division was changed and Is now stationed at Lebanon Junc Lion paid this office a call Saturday Mr Carter save ho gave his house and lot at Rowland away soiling it Saturday to Mr John C Gooch for 9150 MR W P WALTON has bought a handsome home on Third In Lexington and will move his to It about the middle of November Ho HorIrodiburgproving a a- tr otherwise I LOCALS FURNITURE makes useful wedding presents Withers Furniture Co NEW line of beating stoves coal vases and hods John Bright Jr sit Co I I I HAVE just received a big lot of harness laddlervc J C McClary I I SEE us before buying your stove repairs pipe c John Bright Jr k Co BET WITHERS for fighting Agnes Jooed Eras given 250 In police court yesterday morning WANTED to rent you a house on Whltloy Avenue and clean your seed wheat O C Withers I WoodfixturesJohn S Murphy Turncrsville I BROWN Mrs Charles Drown aged about 30 died near Poplar Hlll Casey soil was burled Saturday A usband survives p I IN the police court Forest Haniford of color was fined 85 tar lieatlDg Bettle Blankenshlp a dusky damsel Hans ford is working out his floe on the street THE Warren Grlgsby Chapter of tho- U D Cwill meet with Mrs J N Saunders this afternoon at 230 oclock Johnsson meeting if requested I HANSKORD Mart Hansford ailed 32 died near Phil Friday He was a son of J W Hansford and was a so ber and Industrious young man A wile and three little children are left to mourn a severe loss I I I ACQUITTED Georgo W Walt pres identof the defunct Somerset Banking Co was acquitted at Danville yesterday of the charge of swearing to a false statement made by his beak Tho jury had been out slnco Saturday I ASSIGNED Mr W R Minor as1gnedN to lia bill ties are in the neighborhood of 83 oyum0 I admlollIse publicly on Saturday Oct 10 at bis late homo near Hustonvlllo 55 shares of stock In the National Bank of Huston farmlnlrImplements I Bio CONTnACTDlolc Wilkinson o Wilkinsonr if us they have contracted to furnish S O Cnurch S CO1 or yaw York 1000000 export staves The staves will be gotten out in tte woods between Burnslde and Oneida Tenn They have a year In which to fill their contract I TRUNIC RIFLED Last week Mrs Mary Veatch who was coming Iron her Western home to visit her brother Mr Clay Adams at Liberty had her trunk rifted at Junction City and 8180 worth of clothing and valuables were stolen She came Into that place on the Q k C and as the trunk was still checked the loss will fall on the railroad company I TUB Hustonvllle correspondent of the Somerset Republican who Is none other than Mr W R Williams a former redhot free silver democrat but who now occupies the unenviable position of turncoat Is writing some mighty saucy letters to his paper about the political situation In this county About the 6th of November Mr Wll llama will come to tho conclusion that bo la neither a prophet nor the son of knowasvolume p DINKS ALL RIGHT As wo predict ed In our last Issue honest old Dink Farmer Is all right and If you doubt It read his card elsowhero in this paper We have always had abiding faith in Uncle Dlnk0 democracy and paid no attention whatever to the silly reports that ho was going to Uy the coop He announces his candidacy for jailer four years hence and that he will win willdwithout the least effort on his part Three cheers for the old wheelhorse May he live long enough to servo tho county several terms as jailer PRBWITT Burdett Prewltt the 11 ArPrewItt of Liberty died at Doming New Mexico last week and was burled yesterdayrElder J Q Montgomery Tho hand some little tallow had been a sufferer from throat trouble for a long tlmo and his loving parents as a last resort bad taken him to New Mexico with the faint hope that the climate would help him but it did not and now all that Is mortal of the Idolized son lies under the sod in Hustonvllle cemetery whore only a few years ago a little brother was laid away Burdott was a manly fine little fellow and wlllbo sadly miss ads not only by his heartbroken par lovedilMr Prewltt in their great sorrow f s barrelhotguns SEPTEMBER 23 II is thealast day for I10 filing claims against the county to be allowed at the October term Gee B Cooper clerk TilE Madcabee picnic at Liberty did not draw ere large a crowd as was expected but theJOO or 500 people who attended enjoyed the day greatly At 11 oclock a golly decorated carriage GepTFarrlsprams First Master Guard M F El kin followed by 30 or 40 knights 00I vforo dfofdkin of this place who talked for some 30 minutes on the good the order growthStatistics Elkln dropped In an occasional joke and throw bouquets so promiscuously sometimes to the ladles that his peech was enjoyed throughout He has been working for the order of Mac cabees for seven years and has been mainly instrumental In increasing the membership In Kentucky from a mere handful to nearly 10000 He has writ ten over 83000000 insurance In It and has seen a great deal of money paid to the widows sail orphans of deceased Maccabees Hon R H Tomllnson of Lancaster who everybody thought was a sanctified Methodist preacher was the next speaker He always has something Interesting to talk about but ho was unusually full of good things Saturday Hie picture of a Maccabcoe death the weeping of tho widow and fatherless children and the helping band extended by the great order In the sad hour brought tears to many eyes while his anecdotes which he told well drove away sadness and made one target hIs troubles That gentleman Is the best Maccabce In the State livaheard Mr Tomllnsons speech Ho one of the tethers of the order Mr latefr a walk to a nearby spring A game of base ball was played between the Lib erty and Phil teams but we left before It was completed Perfect order pre vailed and the day was one that will LibertyTentfortunate enough to be with them atItheir picnic The Liberty tent is one of the most nourishing this part ofIthe State and Its growth has been al most phenomenal Its members are all staunch citizens who lovo the order and who do not spare tlmo in working for its furtherance None Better FEW AS GOOD rHanan Shoe 5 to 6 Eclipse 3 to 350 C Ei fI I v r i rWE will send the INTERIOR JOUR NAL and Bryans Commoner one year r 8165 Now Is the time to subscribe FOR SALEMv reeldace with six acres of ground where I now live Easy payments Martha J Vande veerI t A CALL been a on tho demo crats of Rockcastle county to meet la mesa convention at the courthouse In Mt Vernon Saturday Sept 28 forthe purpose of nominating candidates for county offices THE following precinct election oUt cers were appointed by the County Board of Election Commissioners Fri ay to servo at the coming November Stanford NoIJ H Eoglemao D H J Luce R judges James I Wit mot D sheriff A A McKInncy R clerkStanford No 2J H McAllster Sr D C Vanoy R judges J B Foster- D sheriff J L Totten R clerk Stanford No 3J H White D John Ellis R judges C V Gentry D sheriff James F Cummins R clerk Stanford No 1W Huff Dudderar D Thomas Price Jr R judges Thos Ferrell R sheriff George S Carpen ter D clerk Crab Orchard No 1 James C Hays D James Hutcbings R judges L K Wells D sheriff John W Cummins R clerk Crab Orchard No 2T MoHolmes D John Edmiston R judges Calvin L Whitt D sheriff D B Edmlston R clerk Hustonvillo No lW S Wigham D Jacob Russell R judges David HRSkinner D sheriff W D Hocker R clerk Hustonvlllo No 2D S Carpenter D Samuel Bastln R judges D C AN leo D sheriff Charles Wheeler R clerk HustonvllleNo 3W A Coffey D J B Manning R judges George W DaWaynesburg No lS H Gooch D Wm Horton R judges Reuben Cur tis It sheriff W F Camden D clerk Wayneaburg No 2W C Alford D T F Johnson R judges S F Blank ensblp R sheriff John McKee JrD clerk Waynesburg No 3 David RAdams D E G Baugb R judges Cas Me Guffey D sheriff HardlnS Young R clerk The above named gentlemen arc requested to meet the commissioners at the following placesfor examination as required by law on dates Stan lord Oct 5 2 P M Crab Orchard 12tb 2 P M Klngsvllle 10th 2 P M Hustonvllle 23d 2 P M School Shoes Are the best medium priced Goods made It will pay you to try them JOIN Pe JONES StanfrodJ Better IThan slnIglo 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 r good and stylish as can be made You are never disappointed when you buy Zeiglers Shoes For splendid wearing medium price shoes buy Got dmana Come and lot us show you I Severance 4 Sons t a n r 4 = = THE IiIQRJOUR ALI Stanford as- icerld altered n the pigfee at clasa mailer 3MInFXtdW- Si r UllhcI LT PER YE ARCASH will bteharged ldB200Whim not op KNOXVILLE DIVISION 11 W a m V4 TraIn going North S41ui 26It 1133am 23MU62pm For aUlFolntt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION NoM Amlre at Stanford st 108 x 210 AStanford atNo21 Lta es No2l ArriTes at lOwlandat 1200 2SO rNo22 LeTt Stanford at R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky Office over Higgins McKlnnoyVSt Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney EMake and keep constantly on hand tbe best of Flour Moat ShlpstutT Bran Ohlck on Feed Sc Prices very reasonable OUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedv Miller NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BtfBSE It SN Prors JUNCTION CITY KV t FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale FOX a LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantlyon hand and for tale at all tlmee W Logan Wood Manager He Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailo I STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call at FHRM1FOR SKL6 I Containing 183 acres two miles south ot McKIunny on Mlddlebilrg 175 acres under fence and 165 acres cleared Ilea two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about C4lualamounts or as a whole For further Information on or address J S MORLEY McKinney Ky Lincoln County 0 r National Bank iCaplUlStxk 1100000 I rUaeotssoMaTb Farmers Bank 4 Trust Campo and under same management i Ully for M Years Solicits Your Bang Account Hoping such business relations will prove mutua ly beneficial and pleat DIR CTORS B paxton J dUwseySr J N MenefM A W Carpenter WIL Cummllll J E LyonS thanks CashiOwsley OFFICERS ril Shanks PrMlJent I llUwilerCaibler W M dot Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Cl ltal Stock 50003 Sarplui 110000 This tnitltatlon originally ettabllibed ai the P posit Bank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized e tb National Bank of Stanford in 1863 and agsit oorgsnlzed ai the First National Bank ot Stanfor nlSSJhai bad practically so uninterrupted sISal iae for 41 years It Is better supplied now wit faollltlM for tfllnll tIn builaeu promptly and I rallythan eYer before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts of Individual fiduciaries ndlndtTldnalssollcltftdDIKICTOa F Bsld Lincoln Co JW Itaydsn Stanfo S T1IrrhII 8 II Banghmsn JBHocktr II TF Hill WP Walton II W A Tribbla JUOoUlerCrabOrchd Jat Boblnton Hubble K OGtiaorsBtanford urn 8 Docker Presldtaf J J McRoVerti Cub Painting Rcpairirif I am prepared to paint and your carriage orwagon laflntclassfttyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can hare your old vehicle neW for very little money J II OUKER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OOceoTf UdtoberU Drug Store In thi Owile HoUdinI ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer ot BRIOXlAnd Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For Prices RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY- I now for guests Everything Is In splendid order the water Is plentiful and grounds present a ap pearance Quests be given wIllingat tention RateS Adults per week dren under 12 years of age 13 50i horses S3SO week For further Informatlor apply toW M VAUOIIAN DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 10 only Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 at m to 3 p m Farmers Roller Mills STANFOSD SY MORRIS FRED PHOPBIETOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kluds of grind lug and that I will at all time furnish tbe bettor Flour Ideal Shipstuff Chicken Feed Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to glvi you the best Dont me but bear lu mind that I need youi patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slaviii Ii PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DUlyme Mondays Wednesdays yFrIda Will be In Stanford TuesUji Tharsdsri and Sat urdiyt- Offlceln the Psantngton OuUdlntSUnrordOI lIel hours 9 to 12 to r OSTEOPATHY This Science originated sod developed l y Dr A T Still of Klrkirllle Mo depends on the of Anstomr and Ibyilology for Its re jolts Jtrequbvsnoftltb no drag no rubbing luwClll allll claim Sing supernatural Of views man u a machine ofsa many- partaitakeynotele adjustment When all parts are and not overworked health lthe mullSome ot tbft diseases treated by us Uervoui Prostration headaches Neuralgia Ubfumstliin jiUrrb Weak Granulated LId Goitre Irart Llrer and Lung Disease Constipation PlIe GallStones Enlarged 1rostiate all atom aell and and Jnll CurnlurlWtDlllocatlODlIIUIf Jolnll arslrsU Incontinence 01 A tax a Female Diseases a specltlty Consultation Free J+ C+ MCCbMY w UNDEBTAKBB EDIBALMER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSG- NDERTASERB DXILBU IK FurnltureMattlogsRuK8And They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stork Give them- a call Prices right ITANFOED KBNIUOKY p r NEWS NOTES Owen Cunningham county clerk o Brccklnrldgo la dead A J Stacka prominent farmer of- Woodford dropped dead Ice formed bo shallow water In Cen tral ind Northern Now York The Nebraska Incano Asylum was destroyed by fire nod three Inmates perishedHon A Webber of Cynthl aged 84 years Is the father of h newborn boy Dan Morgan killed a men named Madden over the time of the day In Oven county The Pope has ordered Mgr Martl nelll to pay a special visit or condolence to Mrs McKinley Six mules perished id a tire wblch destroyed Wm Duvalls mule pens 10 Louisville Loss 5000 Mrs Joseph Cecil of Loulevllle bas sued Richard Langran for 45000 She he his arms around her TheCrookford the famous old Jam bllng bouse in Louisville has been coo verted Into a photograph gallery- In u Bghtat a dance near Mobawk Teen one man was killed and one fa ttlly and another seriously wounded The British torpedo boat destroyer Cobra foundered In the North Sea and 37 men are reported to have been lost Nearly 100 persons were Injured or overcome during the progress of the McKinley memorial pageant In Chi ca go In settling the affairs Sheriff Oeo MoVey of Fayetto county W Va It has been found that he Is short 122 362 66- Tho lire underwriters of New York appointed a committee to investlg thq legality of the Kentucky francb tax law Albert Walker was found dead by hie wife when she awoke at a lodg house In Loulevllle where they passed bo night Charles C Delmonlco proprietor of the famous NeW York restaurant Is Idad of consumption at Colorado Springs Col The Relnecke mines near Madlti llle have resumed operations and the miners were allowed to return to work without being molested Cash and securities aggrecatlngt2C 000 have been seized In Huotln ton W Va being part of the money embezzled by Oblerlin M Carter Doe Leathers has been arrested near Fairchild charged with the ab uction of a 14 year old daughter of W T Hooper of Spencer county In an engagement with the Boers under Gen Botha near Scbeapera Nek the British were defeated Over 200 men were killed wounded or capturedI Agulnaldoi former body Alhambra with four officers and 2 meo has surrendered to the Amei 01DS and has taken the oath of allegiance The excisecommissioners of Newark rl J gave notice that they would reo- voke the licenses of saloonkeepers who permit anarchists to assemble on their remisesA pickpocket stole 8200 from barles Dean of Elwood Ind at the oulsvlllo Union depot Passengers an excursion train pursued the robbe but he escaped President Roosevelt Is the son of a orthern father and Southern mother He has the blood of four races Dutcl French Irish and Scotch In bit vein 018 but 43 years of ago According to Die Information tho clerical organ at Vienna the Popa oupa Socialism Free Masonry Judaism and Anarchism as evils whose sprad endangers society All the switchmen on the Kentucky and Indiana bridge went out on a urllce- for higher wages tying up freigt ndllng over the bridge for the Mo- non Southern and B O S W rat roadsAt the 18th annual reunion of the- O phan Brlcads held in Louisville Oen Joseph B Lewis was elected per mancnt confmander and Mr Tboma D Ojborno permanent secretary Franklin was selected as the next meet- Ing place The trial of Leon Czolgosz murderer of President McKinley was begui at Buffalo yesterday and the selection of the jory was completed at 243 p his understood that the alienists who- have examined the prisoner declare he Ip sane and this leaves the defense only- the hypothesis that tho defendant was iporarlly at the time of- the crime A COMMUNICATION Mr Editor Allow me to speak a few- wordlln favor of Chamberlains Couih- Remedy I tuflered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at- nights I tried several doctors and varl OU8 patent medicines but could get noth In to give mo any relief until my wire sot a bottle of this valuable medicine- which has completely relieved meW 8 Irockmsn Bagncl Mo This remedy is ror sale by Craig Hocker Thfre Is wore Catarrh In this section of the- eeuotry than otkerdlMMM put tugellicr and- unlllihe lilt few years was supposed to be In and ahle to a great sunny years localeremeuwd It a local disease and prescribed and by constantly tilling to cure with such Idlel- IUfnl prcnounte It Incurable Sclcoccnst to boa conitltutlonsl dlwase has tforcrequlmconitltutlontl treatment nII1C- atarrh Cure F J Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio Is the only conitlutlonsl cure on the market It Is taken Internallylln doiti llOml0 drop to a teupoonful acts Urtetlr on Ibe blood and mucous surfaces ol the sys 1m Tbe- oaer one hundred dollars for Say use t fills to eure bend lor clrculsri sod tmliuontals Addreu FJ CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold bfdruKbta 75c 111111 Family JIIII ors the best r extension of rural fr e deity rt ITbe i1cki is to be puibed rapidly HG Rising general agent of the poatotHce department been ass ed to the State and Is all proposedroutes He Ns the 1ooidlof Kentucky oCUr a great Held for the new work Ttio stockholders of the Buffalo x position have sustained a lots of about a million dollars on account of the blov given to the enterprise by the murder of President but thecltl determined to carzone of buffalo are ry out their original plan to a glorloue flnlahIn all other reepec- tePUBLIC SALE Land Stock Crop Household Goods Having decided to go West wo will 1111 at mbllc auction at mv H mile norlh at lurnotavllle on the Turnersville and Junction City pike on TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 farm containing Cl acres of land well Improved with good dwelling with alx rooms at the door plenty of lad- Ing water on farm good barn graD ary buggyboue und alt necessary 1m In good tencillf Farm In tine state of culthattun14 tlratlon balance In grass Form is wlthlu H mile of church school potoflco and store In good neighborhood and one of the best homes that can be lenonalty consists of one aged mare good tamlly horse 7 years old ante for women and chll dreOl mare 2 yearpid sad die mare 2jearold Chester Itud colt 3 aged wlrk mules pair 3yearofd mare mules S die horses 6 years old i 4yearold mare mule well broke S3 1400pound tat cattle 7 milk cows and calves 3 yearling steer steer calves 40 fat hogs IS hog sows and pigs 4 nice Berkshire boar Ihoata ready for service 3 nice JJcrkshlro gilts i5 ewes well bred 3 binder 3 mowers three 2hono wagons 3 buckboards Iprllljf wagon 3 cultivators 3 disc harrows 2 letA wagon harreu2eetebuggvbarueueprp- low gear 300 Plymouth 30 Pekln ducks hon and kitchen utcnsllsi 80 acres of corn 10 acn of sorghum bushels wheat some oata millet timothy bay 1000 shocks todder and will rent 2541 acre timothy mndow land adjoining Mrs Ed Young II D Carter or years 1002 and 3 good Itand grass At same time and place will leut ome grass on McCarty farm for balance of 1001 Somt of the above corn fodder hy etc le on titf McCarty farms anyone ng to see same before sale call on A D Root Turner vllle Terms All sums of- elo and under cash over that amount a credit of 4 months T D English Auct Sale will begin promptly at 0 0 LESLIE A A D nOOT AT COST FOR CASH Stock of General Merchandise ot W It Minor of on the Railroadhas Cincinnati Southern bee assigned to me as trustee ItConslsUof Dry Goods Clothing Grocirlir- inter Boots and Shoes slats Cap liar were Queensware etc staple goods I will sell the stock as a whole to anyone ON REASONABLE TERMS wbo wUhe to enter the dry goods trade The house can be rented upon wy terms EDWAIin ALCOUX Trustee Of W It Minor Hustonvllle Ky FARM FOR RENT For rcol for a year or longer the El watJ McCarly farm of 317 ACRES Three and one half miles from Sian ford on Hanging Fork For terms addrei E P FARRELL irrtli llrig Lexington Kl ADMINISTRATORS SALE AI administrator the estate of J W 01 ent decd L will on FRIDAY OCTOBER 41901 At his late residence near McKinney Kj sell at public auction to the highest bidder following property I eixyearold- royearol t Jacks well bred 10 Jen- netll six of them In foal by good jacks one mblnvd mare Nrllle Orav her colt by Ireston 3year old stallion out of Nell matdoltmare buggy buckboard horse clip per bushels wheat about reaofcorn oneltof cane and a lot of farming Implements TermsA credit of threw months oil note- with good security payable In bank bear- Ing Interest from day of for all sum ir810 Tor all sum of 810 und underc- lAlh EDWAKD ALCORN Mint In the District Court of the United State tor the Eastern District of Kentucky In ikruptcy In the matter of Blne bankrupt On this 17th day of September A 0141 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for 11chnrge filed on the 17th ptember A Ui 1001 It Is ordered by the court that a hearing be land upon the same on tho 8tl da f of October A 1001 before laid- court at Oovlngton in sold district at 1- 1oclock lu the forenoon or ns near thereto al practicable and that notice thereof be- pUblllhed one time In the Interior Journal II jwnpaper In said district and thlt known creditors and other In Interest may appear at Mild time and- place and show cause If any they have whytho prayer of said petitioner not be granted Witness the A M J ocljrun jud e of said court nail tho- Ileal thereof at Frankfort In said district on he 17th day of September A D 1UOI W 0 Uhapinun Clerk FARM FOR SALE- m 2ymiles of about 60 acres from Jlus- tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carp ters Station piker also a good grist wltbgood traction engine sell roa- souablr Apply to JOHN DINWIUplE 1m Hustonvllle Ky FARM FOR SALE A farm of 100 acres known as the Joe Bas tln farm two miles out of Highland for nle Call on or write to Jacob 0- tenhelm Ky for particulars B UGGIEa I UGGIES I UGGIES I The Largest an Ilcst Selected StockIof Vehicles In Central Have Now in Stock 150 Vehicles Ranging In Price From 25oo To 5oooo- Wt Claim to Retail lugglis For Less Than Some people Pay For Them Our boughtt for cash in car anti we sell on a any house In Kentucky Our are especially to our Bruce a Bright Danville Stafford Fcrrpalc College + Christian Home School for thinker education ol girls and young ladle Has all the grades of best city and In addition the regu r lar courses of study of tho best female colleges In the State Four departments of itudy Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough instruction In all department by competent and experienced The next annual riiion f will open Monday September 2 J Tuition fees range from JlOJto per term of SO weeks Doard tuition In literary courses and muck SO weeks f 100 For catalogue address IB T PINKERTON PrinIStarnfox- Ky Good Bye Stanford Great Removal Sale of the Racket Store and pick what you like while these great bargains last Its a chance of 03020quick All of goods bo sacrificed at a mere fraction of their cost Mountains of merchandise begin to move lfeckless daughter of rich goods and of to the last penny Como and see the goods examine then with our and hands We that such qualities at such prices were never offered before All of this stock must be hustled out from now on They are doomed to wrecks This moans everything must go In get your share Read this partial list and act promptly Window shades all colors with fixtures Sc table oil worth 20 and 25c per yard go at 14q ladles dress aklrts worth 32 go at SOc Clerk O N T and silk thread at 4o spool horse collars worth 160 go at 24c mena suits worth ft go at 1208 Brussels carpet worth 7Sc per ard while it lasts at 39c For Sale louse lot on Main street hose surrey and spring wagon good milk cow timber 12 and 14 foot oak lazing household sad kitchen furniture also a lot of modern and up to data store fixture The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC ProprietorT ouraiii150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113r200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213J GEORGE H FARRIS S CO WD Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Oats Hay Rye c at highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford MONEY TO LOANI- n sums of one thousand dollars and over on farm only lit 5 per cent Longtlmt and A 3mStnnfordly PUBLIC SALE Of Stock and Crop We will sell ot public outcry at our place 3 miles south of Lancaster between Oral Orchard and Lancaster and Stanford and Lancaster pikes on Thursday Oct 3d 1901 The followfng property towlti Pair work mutes 2 brood marcs n foal to Jack large bay saddle hone 8 years old 1 yearling horse colt bull 7 cows 7 yearling and i weanling calve t 40 ewes bred to Southdown buck I 2 thoroughbredSoutb down buck 8 shoati 3 meat hogs 1 wheat drill 1 New American Wheat Fan and six stack clover hay 14 acres corn TermSumi of 810 and under cash months credit negotiover that amount a able note bearing per cent Interest and at the Citizen National Bank of Lancaster It IL W A PETTUS Gilberts Creek Ky 4 vehicles were lots smaller margina than Central Lincoln County friends Invited took stockiOYtr the the grntumirtJichooU full teachers iM will sacrifice profits come and il BIG SALEO- N TUESDAY OCT I I9OI theLeblnonJlkefollowing suckling hone mull colt 7 sugarmuleswork Loran also drives well I fnml1yhorse Jersey cows giving milk nil subject to registry Jersey helftjrs all with calf 3 Jerseyweaollngpigs black lIerklhlre sow heavy with wigs S3 black Ilerkshlre gilt old enough totenoughforplowharnessscldekeuBarredPlymouth yandottes buggy 2horso wagon corn planter whet fan 9000 tobacco sticks 3 boxes for scalding hogs 5 feed hogliother small articles too numerous to mention T D English Auctr r JAB BOENTRV t f