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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rg e e t Ifo r H SEMI WEEKLY JOtRNALrVOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 30 1900 9 AlIt N09 countyIaccident a few daysacn by abalaof bay falling on Him Rev Sum Jones of Morcor tilled bye appointment the Christian church Sunday evening The citizen of our own and vicinity arc dlicOniolato becaulJo the Hiuton vlllc MlntlraU do not appear hero W L McCatly says he thinks ho f will not ruo tho canning factory this coming season offing to rise In price of cans And wider OurpbotORraphor Robert MurphvI hat competition In James Casey county who hat recently tot up gallery on Heater Street Mrs W L McCuny and llttlo SOD Mlko accompanied her motherinlaw MM Rebecca McCarty home to WI1 llamsburg where they will mako an extended visit to relatives William Hmltb and fanclly bavo moved hero from South Forkand occupy the house recently vacated by James McCarty Jai Baxter ol Duncan bas rented Mrs B C Ponnybookcrs farm Mr Hanna of the firm of Wlborg It Daona lumber dealers wu hero lut week to have a taw mill removed to tbo Dlihon timber tract Richard Lewis of Tennessee was hero lut wook negotiating for timber Mack Williams returned from More land Tuesday whoro be was substitut log as station agent for sevort1 days Mies Mary Helen Sweeney hat return ed from a visit to her sister Mrs Mack t Vest at Eubank J F Hupel ol Lex ington vltlted Wi siilerln law Mr Jame McCarty Sit week Mast Earl Flint has returned from Danville where be hat boon attending cOOt Kontoa Sluglclon and wile of Mont gomery are vltltlnir relatives here LIBERTY Monday was court dry anti consider log tho high waters a very rood crowd attended Circuit court convenes next Monday Mr Frances E Hcauchamp presi dent ot the Woman Christian Tern eranco Union will lecture in tbo Christian church Haturdaj April 10 Quito ao Improvement hasbeen made in the choir of thofChrIttlan church by the addition of a clarionet and cornet played by M K Humphrey and J R WhlppA Young and M K Humphrey spent toversldavs In Cincinnati last week tho former to select furnlturo for tbe bank thq latter merely on a pleasure trip or purhap to prepare far a pleasure trip Fields Montgomery who hat been teaching nt NoaUburg hat closed hit tcboo aid rat homo for a while Mrs MaUl lcnobortl who hat been Loultvlllc for more than a month bat returned with a largo uni beautiful line ol millinery J P Wllklnton and Late Sharp spent last week in Loultvllle buying their spring lino of goods Miss Suo Klgnoy6f Adair it vlslilng at Judge Tllfordls RuvJ U Forrlll thu nap tilt minister who will preach one each month In the Christian chure- until their church Ie eroded has too v ed to the property of Wilson Coots Much excitement was caused In town lost Saturday about noon by the afar of fire It proved to boa smoke h9u1e- belonging to Lafo Sharp which caught from atire inado to pmoko the meal Very little of too meat was saved but they were fortunate to escape with oven that loss slpce It took a desperate cf fort to ravo tbo residence It being coo ftlderabivcorcbed Miss Jonalo Wilkinson line returned from Loulivlllo where oho has been vltlllng relatives for several weeks Preston Foglo who bas been ut his homo near Mlddloburgior two weok hut returned to his law studying J D h olden wjpnt a day or two In Somerset last week Messrs Carpenror and Lynn of Ilustonvlllo who represent tho Deering Machlno Company wore in town a couple d days this week Little Henry Gillook aged 10 and 1eon of a strong republican has proved blmtctt a man of his own head in the rlgtlt road by being a true democrat and one of the first to contribute to the Qoebol monument fund Ho earn ed tho cents by his own bard lnba and gave It ohcrfully as though ho were worth thousands Long may tho little democrat live and prosper Col Jaok Chine announces that ho will co upon the lecture platform and devote the proceeds of his labor to tho Goobol monument fund His subject will bo the political situation in Ken J tucky beginning with the campaign for the democratic gubernatorial nom ination and covering the dotalls of the regular campaign the contest the as easslnatlon tbo trials of the suspects and all other occurrences relating thereto I A young lady in Cheyenne says 4ho likes to be kissed She docs not differ much from most other girls except In her frankness e LANCASTER The friend of Cupt W II Collier are glad to learn that bo has been com plimented by tho war department for gallantry In the Philippines Mrs Edwad Noylor an excellent lady died of consumption at her home near Mt Hebron Tuesday and tbo ro melee wore burled Wednesday Tbo rubbish In the cellar Of E C Gainst store was tired by a candle which was carelessly left burning and prorenLbenvMr Harry nobin on and Tnclo trOIJlIoiorldaThey arc looking well and talk Inter estingly of the trip Dr Acton hag moved bin ofllco Into bis new brink residence on Lexington Avenue Mr William Price the pop ular young attorney of Danville paid WednesdayTbo meets next Tuesday The State board 6f equalization has ordered raise of 10 per cent on real estate In this county which proves that we are In a prosper ous condition Judge Saulloy finally adjourned cir cult court Tuesday tho business hay ing been disposed of Sheriff Sanders partiewhory today Thursday After Con John 0 Cordon delivers his lecture at the court house May 21 Copt William Hcrndon la behalf of the O Altwill receive tho Confederate veterans and theywill likely have tho general to respond for them The Lyon Comedy Co will be at the opera houso ovary night next week with a now program each night It comes blgoly recommended and de serves liberal patronage The com pony was bore tome years ago and gave perfect satisfaction Tbo Lancaster Record Is 11 year CUpLLoul everything Y oftbo city and Garrard county It hat been truthfully said that it ls nearer a publlebedtoAt 1 oclock today Thursday Mr J anMissof Mr James L McCurloy took the nuptial vows at the brilee homo Rev J C Ma sce olllclatlng Tho party partook of a delicious supper at Mr U A Slier father of tho groom at PreachersvUle and came to this city taking Yooms at the Bongo Hotel On Wednesday afternoon at 6 oclock anaa n this city In his Olst year having been an Invalid for a number of year lie leaves a widow who was Miss Susan Qurnsldc und three toot Ho was rot lated to ono of the most Influential faro tiles In the county The romaine war burled Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock In Lancaster cemetery elchk e with friends Co this city Mr A E Crone hue returned from Cincinnati Dr Acton has gone to Louisville Hon omn Patterson wont to Lexington Tuesday to attend a meet log of the State Executive Commltud of the W C f U of which slut is a thember and in which cause she has done much good work Mr Jame Dil lon succeeded In having a handsome monument erected over the romaine of Cape JrT McQuery of the 3rd Ken tucky Cavalry Morgans command La9eastera soninsat Winchester utter an Illness of several years Tho romaine were burled In LaoeastereDW etory today Thursday at 10oclock M He was about 73 years of ago I member of tho Presbyterian church und one of the tho three remaining CaptFing him He wag a positive obaracter and had fixed convictions on alt public questions Id order to manliest proper dor g wars attended the remains to tyro ceta elery Tho Mexican war one repre sented by Capt F J White the Blue by James Dillon the Gray by Capt Mlko Sailor and the Spahlsh wur Capt Sam Duncan Tbo exercises the Simpson Motel wero deeply Im pressive appropriate remarks being made by Rov Lapsley McKee and tbo quartette consisting o Lieut J Farm Lotcher Owsley R G Ward and O W Shugara furnishing appro priate music Since Doe 1 Controller Dawcs ha retched 400 applications for autborlly to organize National banks under the new financial laws most of them being fqr banks of 25000 the minimum cap Ital JAMES oj MOORE The subject of this sketch was born Nov 30 1832 and wag consequently bll 68tb year at the time of his demise Ho was a son of David Moore Sr and Elizabeth Moore and was married In 1874 to Mrs Mary Babbitt a lady of rare culture and jmuch beloved by all who were so fortunate as to mako her ncquoiniance Two children blessed this union James band Muck II = James D lacing the sole survivor of this once happy family He was burn i n the neighborhood of where bo dyed and his entire life was sweet in this county He commenced the battle of life none too well blessed financially but with a steady perseverance Rod rjady business tact be accumulated qtiltean estate Tbo writer whoso acquaintance ex tend back quite a number of years knew him to be a man of strong force of character steadfast In his convlu lions quick of tpecch nod qulitk to resent uuy injury or Insult but at tho slime time us tender hearted us a wo man loyal to his frle 1dno matter what their utlon In life Hu added at all times to me gum of humus joy and were every one lo whom be did sum loving service to brings tingle blosao to that silent mound of earth lo Mc Cormacks church yard bo would sleep beneath a wilderness of flowers today Such a character strong ardent and aggressive with a luau of tale play pro dominating made bid UJd worthy emulation In many things I oevc- bortti of him being In any troubl where bo was the aggressor and whit a great deal was thrust upon him In hit later life It was Invariably none of hit seeking Hit lasf Illness bleb was pronounced Intestinal obstruction k him confluud to his bed buPa tow day but during that time blssulTcrings were Intense buttbrougb It all his wonder fill force of will came Into play and proved to alt be was an uncommon mu to keep as cheerful as ho did When ho became aware of the mate end and tbu Intense palo be eu fared meant death as the only relief resignedly waited tho end and said I am out nfrtd of death All that th loving bonds of u devoted sea U lovln niece and faithful friends could do t make him forget bU palo was deneaQ- each effort wit toot with a loving smile and a kindly word When It vaa doe ed advUubiu to perform a surgical opcr at ot for his relict a special train benefitoftoot human bands could do was done ward off ibo grim monster Botnroth train could Arrange to get out of Lex ington physicians his bcdcldo pr nounuuo It too late und tbo doctor w telegraphed Too serer Ills pant lava for his children was manliest In his dying hours and hl last words were about Jim an lnhladylntg bourn us ho had preceded his father a few years since but In bis temporary moments of delirium he imagined h was attain united to that who ha tbatQrentl3cyondaoe d to both as though both were present lleshi As the clock neared the hour noon Wednesday Feb 21st this lov lug heather husband friends spirit passed to that Eternal bar of God us easily as twilight faded to pathosdustsea or among the breakers of a tarrh shore a wreck at la t must mark theca of each and all Anu every life no matter If iu every hour lit rlob with love and every moment jeweled with u joy will at his close become a tragedy as sad and deep and dark as can be woven of tho warp and woof ot mystery and death Lllu Id a narrow valo between the andbarroapeakeottwootaraitieat s heights We cry aloud and the answer is tbo cube of our walling cr unreplylngdead1eight of Death hope sees a star an listening lovo can hoar the rustle of wing Leaving all Issues to the God who rules over us all to Whom wo must re mystbo spirit of our friend James F Moore with the belief that be will not be harshly dealt with Speech can not contain our love there was them is no gentler truer manlier mutt T H W MT VERNON The wife of George S Hlalt died Tuesday morning Jambs A Cromer of the Rockcastle poorhouse died Wednesday- afternoon of pDeum nlaIDrs Williams nformedchild of W A Mink for hydrocepha lous One of the Louisville creditors have made application before Judge Evans for involuntary bankruptcy against Farmer d Powell the recently assigned Livingston merchants Partite on line of road between Mt Vernon Langford Wildio and Orlan do who have timber suitable for tele phone poles will do well to call on G T Johnson Orlando H H Wood Wtldle and James Maret Mt Vernon Your C O letter of Friday spoko of the days of 1830 la Rockcadlo Skruggs Orchard c People of this day dont know the whereabouts of the latter place and the same Stlgall is about tho only one that remains from the list given In the letter Ewell ONeil was shot andwounded twice by George Smith at the home of Perk Prewlits on Skaggs Creek Wed nesday One ball passed through a portion of neck and bead one struck the bowels ONeil will die The difficulty came up over a debt tbo slayer owed his victim No arrest up lo Thursday though tho officers aro hunting Smith Mrs Patsy Brown widow of the late Dr J J Brown of this place has ac cepted a position In Joseph Price In firmary A J Fish Is assisting the assignees In winding up the affairs of Farmer ti Powell Livingston Mrs T J Pennljgton continues very low LevotlGreC1lhis place N H Tyree was up from Livingston Tuesday Farmers arc do Injr considerable planting of oats grass seeds etc Mon ello WarM County farmeredropm The teacher are all falling into line to take tho teachers course before tb examinationJ has his new roller mu to put t rthemachlneryatonce ono was to hear of the sudden death of Ed Jones in Chicago Hi was born in the oldest house in Wayne county and was known and Ilk ed by every one Tom Huffaker has been ordered out Lexlagtostn tanooga where he ba bee working in tbo let National Dank sun Is drilling a well on A J News farm Dafo Miss Margaret Tuggle was sworn in Malghasdon inheremart mUll nery MichOtElla Francis Vivian Fleming and Flor teepee Duncan and Messrs Clarence and lice Walker were very pleasantly entertained by J M Kerns and Sarah MainoeAND1IPflEACNEflSd Gould is supporting a number of chaplains In the Philippines paying them 800 a month and expenses willagovernment for damages dono tbo building while it was used during the hospitalofOwing to a death in his congregation at Springfield Rev R E C Lawson bowaschurch During the two weeks three dyedd D D the Jewish Pope of America died lu Cia cinnati whore he stood high as a Chris flea and an educator Ho was born in Bohemia in 1810 and came to this country in 1846 and was a scholar and a democrat M W Jones of Middleburg sends MissionyGrove Baptist church April Sand 20 WaObligations Daniel Tudor a well known farmer whitedwater was streaked by the animal and a largo pieta ol llosh torn fr om his bend In Chicago OiO people died last week the greatest number on record Re Illee hihtft We have just received and have ready for Inspection a very beautiful line of ew and attractive patterns in Negligee Shirts prices rAnging from 50c to 9160 We call especial attention to the 50c rbirtIt makes a nice aud comfortable garment for an outing or working Shirt Carl and see us CAL WELL LANIER Danville The Leading Shoe and Furnhhlng House of Danvll e flaveYouAEoyS q headuartetexamine and try on a foV of our nobby Spring Suits OUR BOYS SUITS I Fit Wear and are Bold at Low Prices PRICES RUN FROM 150 UP We will refund sallllfaclpryf Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frobman A C- oN SNEi1BUILDERaSTANFORD KENTUCKYt I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work imanship and material as will be attest ied by any one of the many parties for j yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash DressedI fleaUGear Our stock Is quite complete All the new Shapes and Colors Black Brown and Light Stiff Hats Brown Black Pearl Tan and Otter Alpines Everything In Staple Shapes JI BIstotsons 80ft Hats In Black anti While An elegant lino of Childrens lisps In White BluoRed Tan Plaids and Checks PLEASE SEE THEM eH J MROBERTS THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Thilla110W the most uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been ref cently equipped with tbe marvelous Anastlgtnat Lenses the new discovery in optical science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very latest Deg ts it JVJouldi gs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated Suit able for trading from the photograph to the most elaborate palntitrgs Among the lot is the Now French FleurDeIls mouldings special for suitable delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that ref dulro a dainty frame When In Danvllle call and see us and Jet our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 30 1900 W P WALTON THE detectives and prosecuting at torneys are jetting the assassination conspiracy down to a fine point and drawing the drat net around the bastards and dastards who formed It and carried It to such a damnable conclusion W H Culton of Jackson couny In hit confession Implicates many hlJh- In authority and as good as says that Taylor paid the man wbo fired the fatal shot whose name It Is alleged has been given by Cultoo Among the others Implicated are the Rev John S Sweeney who claims to be auditor but surely this must be a mistake A preacher conspiring to assassinate But then when a preacher descends to the political scramble and gives up his pulpit for ameasly office he is ready to do anything and to bold a band with the meanest There are reports that Taylor sent an emissary to the officers agreeing to give up lock stock and bar rel It they would promise him hnrau nity from punishment It la also said- thatbe Is getting ready to flee from the wrath to come but that will avail him nothing He could never disguise that hog jaw or change that nasty mouth eo the sleuth hounds of the law would not recognize him and bring him back to justice from the ends of the earth It seems to be the Intention not to arrest him till after the grand jury Indicts him and as that meets next week and will have eufflcleni evidence before it to dofso It seems that the usurper IB nearly to the end of his rope The dark ages hardly furnish a counterpart to the foul conspiracy of which bo seems to have been the head and his- head alone can pay the forfeit If the proof appears as It confidently claimed it will Let no guilty man escape SINCE we have become persona non grata with the L S N management we havehad no recognition from It un til yesterday when It sent us a copy of The Man In Gray with the button it has gotten out complimentary to the Confederate Veterans who are to meetI in Louisville May 30June 3 Mls151Winnie flags The paper Is full of valuable In formation for the veterans Including that of transportation which the L S N will furnish at one cent a mUeI when rounds trip tickets are The Ellen N does things In style whenI she tries and when she goes shegoes acattlog If she politics alone and be a good girl wo mjgbt bo Induced to accept a pats on It again but spring U gpenlng up now and walking Is good and we can go It a little longer CIGARETTE smokers are being barred from nearly all kinds of Important service and now comes Prof Willis Moore of the Weather Bureau with an order prohibiting the smoking of cigarettes by any employee of the Weather Service within office hours at any other time He says they can smoke pipes cigars or stories but cig arettes positively are barred He rec ognizes that ho has no authority over the employees outside of office hours but he has the authority to require that these employees be In proper physical and mental condition to perform good work for the government He baa made an exhaustive examination and bas found that cigarette smoking seriously Incapacitates its victims for good work The order will apply to weather men all over the country and ought to be enforced on everybody else R W BROWN managing editor of the Times was not only complimented by a unanimous reelection as exalted ruler of the Louisville Lodge of Elks but presented with a beautiful silver table service of 101 pieces and a band some diamond ring With honors crowding on him political and otherwise there might bo danger of Mr Brown getting the big head and refus ing to recognize a rural rooster here after except that he is not built that way He will continuo as in the past to make every one who calls think that be Is the only really ripe banana on the bunch Thats the kind of an Elk Sir Robert Is Tilt subsidized L tv N Dispatch says that Taylor la governor till the court of appeals affirms Judge Fields and a democratic Judgo may die before the case Is heard Docs this mean that the organ of assassins and assassina tions la going to have one of them put out of the way after the manner of Gov Goebel HON SOUTH TRI 1L K haa announc ed for Congress In the 7th district and his splendid service to the party as speaker of the House ought to give him the nomination hands down Ho Is brave and fearless and loyal to the great corn mon people Let him go up higher THE Somerset Paragon Is drawing in horns Leastwise It takes about four or five lees columns to tell It than for merly Strange that we never blow about reducing our size THE democratic Senators remember ing the traitorous course of W D By num of Indiana towards the democrat to party In 1890 refused to bo party to his continuation as general appraiser of the port of New York the place given him by McKInley as- ps reward for his treachery and prevented It by breaking a quorum THE democrats of the Kentucky del egation are wise in opposing the new Federatcourt In Kentucky There Is absolutely no need for the court except to make offices for mdro republicans Besides Judge Evans has demonstrat ed that ho Is more than sufficient and that two of a kind would be absolutely nauseous Do JUDGES FEAR P asks a blear- eyed Cincinnati paper They may not but they have grounds for It after the threat In the ignoramoua Louisville Dispatch THE LATEST LOUISVILLE Mch 30 830 A M For the first time since Jan 1 hot a single republican claimant is In his of fice at Frankfort Taylor In at his sis ters funeral Powers la in jail and the pthers have nothing to do but loaf t The Wlncbeatcr correspondent of tho Lexington1 Herald says that James Andrew Scott offered through Banker Wltberspoon and Judge French a part of the 8100000 reward fund to youtsey If ho would confess Tallow Dick Combs arrested on capias from Clark county where ho Is wanted for blind tigering He will be arrested at Winchester for Goebel assassination Gov McMllltn of Tennessee em phatl ally denies republican story that he had or intended to loan Kentucky democrats arms C D FRANKFORT March 29HE Youu eey charged with complicity In the plot to kill Gov Goebel was presented in court today but he was not ready for examining trial and the case was passed till Saturday Capt John Davis iastlll In jail no bondsmen acceptable having appeared Ills claimed that B E VouUey owned the rifle from which the assassin fired the fatal shot that ho purchased the steel bullet cartridges and that one man exhibited an clOp ty shell with the remark Tho bullet that was In this shell killed Goe bel Directly after the shooting Yout aey Is said to hays fled with the rifle In his trousers leg to the basement and then to Taylors office and Taylor la said to have urged him to leave Frank fort The mllltla which had been secretly assembled In the arsenal was provided with overcoats and cartridges ad hour before the shot and was In full marching order Capt John Davis and Holland Whliaker were the messengers who rushed from Taylors office to that of the adjutant general to carry hla command to come Col D G Col son having about re covered from his wound returned to the Frankfort jail About Conspirators and Assassins Col Roger D Williams of the 2d Regiment has enough of It Ho will sail on a North German Lloyd steamer for Gibraltar leaving New York Saturday morning The fact that Taylor had left Frank fort for the bedside of his sister In Butler county gave rise to the report all over this section that ho had tied The sister has since died The democratic mllltla will be retained at Frankfort till after the April term of Circuit Court which begins Monday and at which the assassina tion suspects are to be tried The republicans summoned Under taker Menninger ol Covlngton to Frankfort to prove that Gov Goebol died the next day after he was ahdt The gentleman said the story was pre posterousA tch says that Collector Yer kcs la assessing republican revenue officers In this section to help Taylor carry his fight Into tbo courts At Silver Creek alone 8150 Is said to have been contributed for thlsPurpose Those lying sheets the Louisville Post and the Lexington Herald say that Denny called Campbell a liar when the fact Is no such word was used both men confining themselves to simply contradicting each other Attorney General Grlgga says There Is absolutely not a pretext for any Interference by the Government with affairs in Kentucky Kentucky a sovereign State and her State laws arc supremo upon matters iwltbln her domainE Martinez with several aliases la under arrest at Cincinnati for con spiring to sell to newspapers a fake- ry In which be attempts to fix the assassination of Goebel upon J M Davidson of Barren county Ky who committed suicide at Springfield Mo b18I Youtsey the man Powers is alleged to have given the key to his office just before the assassination of Gov Goebel was arrested at Frankfort and lodged In jail His home Is In Newport Ho Is a halt brother of L J Crawford a well known lawyer and politician of that place He was In tho auditors office four years under Mono HP la about 30 years old and married The dispatch telling of Caleb Powers being held without ball appeared In only about half of our last edition aa It was not received until 1030 that mora Ing The defense offered no testimony but presented a pardon signed by Tay for and countersigned by Powers himself but it was not regarded as anymore binding than if any other private citizen had Issued It In refusing to allow him ball JuJge Moore said I do not believe that Powers fired the shot which killed Senator Goebel but I do believe from the evidence that he was In the conspiracy which resulted In Senator Uoebels death and I therefore hold him without ball to await the action of the grand jury which meets next week Davis who was arrested with Powres while at tempting to escape waived examina tion and was allowed ball In 85000 After ho had been held without ban by the examining court CiAton madcio the attorneys for the prosecution and In the presence of his own attorney and brotherlnlav a full statement of all facts known to him In connection with the assassination His confession corroborates that of Wharton Golden and brings out clearly some additional points Tho prosecution has abundant proo to show that It was the Inten tlon tokll Goebel on Monday Instead of Tuesday but when bo walked into the State hoese yard Monday ho was accompa nleo by so many of his friends that not enough of his body was visible for a sure shot from the point where the as saeajns were located and that on Tuesday tho time to do the work was so short that no more chances were to bo bo taken because of his being surround ed by friends while walking through the yard so a number of desperate armed men were stationed In the roo tunda of the Legislative building and If he was not killed In the yard these men were to kill him as bo went up the steps In the rotunda There was to bo a joint session of the Legislature that day to select a librarian and It was feared some binding action might betaken In the gubernatorial contest Gocbels death was the only thing to prevent this hence no chances of bis his living another day were to be taken As a result of developments there will bo several additional arrests In eluding Berry Howard Dick Combs and another man In the mountains POLITICIANS AND POLTICS W J Bryan made a positive statement that he would not attend the democratic National convention at Kai sas City The court of appeals announces that It will take up the consolidated goy ernorship case next Monday and will sit In Louisville for the purpose Gov Beckham appointed G R Ca rlo police judge of Bowling Green which place was made vacant by J ndao Henry B HInes being appointed State inspector and examiner BRIEF NEWS NOTATION A severe blizzard prevails In thu Northwest with 20 Itfchea of snow on the ground The L li N shops at Bowling Green will be dosed down preparatory to removal to Paris Tenn There are 882 new lines projected ID the United States this year having an aggregate mileage o 68441 miles James Halsey of Laporte Ind dreamed his house was on fire and jumped from a sccoodslory building fatally Injuring himself The University of Louisville Medi cal department and tbo Louisville Med- Ical College graduated 39 and 12 young doctors respectfully Friday William James of Corydon Ind died of heart disease wben ho awoke and found his house in llamea and ho came near being cremated Seven well defined cases of smallpox have been discovered In a Negro suburb of Parlsand the Bourbon county health officers have established a quarantine The K P A will meet at Louisville In July hold a two days session and then taKe a trip to Lake Mlnn tonka Chicago Milwaukee and Duluth will also bo visited Gen Joubert commanderInchief of thi Boer army Is dead It is reported that President Kruger may himself take chief command of the Transvaal forces In the field A passenger train crashed into a freight at Cave City on the Main Line of the L N turning the former over Three trainmen and five passen gers were hurt Including Mrs Sarah Chambers of Harrodsbiirg whoso heads Injured The L b N 1 C C k 0 and Southern railroad companies have do oslied in a Frankfort bank to the cred It of tbe State Treasurer of Kentucky tho sum of 8250000 the amount of taxes duo to the State and will bring suit to determine who the treasurer Is LAND AND STOCK Mark Hardin sold to M J Farris 21 shoat at31o Corn Is selling at 275 and hay at 7oo In Richmond Frank Thompson sold to James I Hamilton a saddle horse for 8125 Bcazlcy Bros sold to Frank Stewart of Atlanta a pair of horses for 8250 O JCrow sold his crop of about 7 000 pounds of tobacco to a Louisville firm at 7c at home Four car blade of obolco timothy hay for sale S W Burk Bryantsvlllo WrJ Looghbrltl bought In Wood ford 300 000 poijnrts of hemp at 84 00 tier cwt I have on bund for sale 100 to 2 year old steers good quality G A Swlnebroad Lancaster The Glasgow Times reports the sales of 103 stock cattle at 21 to 4a a lot of yearlings ni 815 and 30 twoyearold at 82J Quito a number of lambs have been engaged In Shelby at 5o for Juno de livery and one party has engaged at 5 03 June delivery Matt Cohen sold to Mr Mwilok of Brooklyn for 811100 u brown eeldlngi 5yenrs old by Harrison Chief dam bv Erlcson Richmond Climax George W Stuart purchased Walker Buckners crop of bluegrass seed at 671 cents per bushel This It the largest price paid for grass teed this season Bourbon New M S Baughmane fine jack Wllllnm Goebel has a daughter In Garrard which Is not quite two year uld and which measures 10 hand high Shots black rod as bandsome ai a picture MCLES TO WORK M have a lot of good strong young mules that I will let out u boworlcedUntll Aug 1 Ap ply to E W Let un the Gran Cecil farm on Salt river county There were 300 cattle on the Win chester marks Monday best sailing at 5c heifers void af82l to 23 60 and a patrol mules for 8220 David Prewltt received a car load of 1050 pound cat tle which cot him 4 80 in Chicago or nearly 6Jo hereDemocratP In counting up the totals of European migration during the century the New York Sun finds thatA Century the movement U of Biijrrtloa the greatest of the kind recorded in history In the tint 20 years of the century only 250000 Eu ropeans came to this country but between 1S20 and 1822 more than 17000 000 migrated to the Americas In the rct named year alone the United States received 800000 Immigrants Since 1892 the European outpouring to various parts of the world hat been over 12000000 souls Trustworthy data Indicate that during the century Europe has been drained of 30000000 persona Becking to better their fortunes In other laude This number Is equal to three flfths of the total popu lotion of Europe at the time of Augus tus Caesar It represents a third more people than Great Britain and Ireland gained In the first 00 years of the car tury It IB greater than the total number of Inhabitants of the United KIng- dom In 1S60 and only a little less than the total population of the United State In the same year Yet tills tremendous loss seems to hare strength ened Europe rather than weakened It This unprecedented migration seem to hare been n healthy expansion move mint on the part of the civilized racer Probably this remarkable phase of hli tory will never be repeated for there remain no more such vast and ferUle wildernessesln the temperate zone as the United States was at the beginning of the centurjIThe legal right of a baby to yell in New York citys limits whether the neighbors object or not seems to have been definitely established by the holding under heavy ball of a can tankerous old bachelor who ouaulted a woman living In ill flat because her infant made uch vocal disturbance that he was unable to think and then caused her arrest aa the mother and maintainer ota nuisance Inns much as the average baby will yell when it happens to want to whether it has any legal right or not the indent Is not important except IIa it calla for an explanation from those New Yorkers who are always crying aloud the praises oi their city aa to why a baby born and nurtured amide the delights of flat life in the great metropolis should ever want to yell- S A man with a genealogical record not easily watched is Mot6 Chamberlain of Milton Fa born In 181 the twen tythird child of Col Wlllam Chamber rgIImcntwas married four times and had sever children by the first wife four by the second four by the third and eight by the fourth Only one survives though their descendants number over a thou land The life of the survivor and that of his father reaches back to 1730 vhcn Washington was four ycarfe old A New York superintendent of Bchooli says We have lied more cases of corporal punishment to Investigate this year than usual Our boys teem more than ever given to fighting I tlilnk it is due to the way in which most of tho newspapers exploit the doings of prize fighters Not only is a great deal of space devoted to prize fights but the pugilists and scenes at the ringside are fully illustrated Now all this hal n bad effect on the boys and Is the cause of most of their disorderly acts A young woman whose home in with- In a few miles of Augusta Go makes a comfortable living for herself and her mother by growing bulbs and sell- Ing them to northern send houses She Inherited about acres of land which the neighbors said was too poor to sprout cowpeas She bought a mule and went to work clearing up and for tlllzing Now she has a beautiful bulb and flower farm intoEIdeals are turned I POSSIBILITIESIJy our Spring Stock at the LOUISVILLE STORE It is one thing to led what you want Its another thing to pOfttCM It We not only show tho very Best For Spring Needs We put It within your read Whatever low prices can do in making the newest f anti btll yours on easy terms Wo offer you bargain after bargain tilth such a pltntltudo of attractions to select from that your satisfaction is gained without an effort Ills t- hoMagnetism of The Values We are showing that causes the people to buy where their interests are protected The low price banner waves over every department of our establishment Itcllublt goodti at reliable prices await you Notions 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc Crochet Silk 5c Ladles Embroidered Silk Handkcr chiefs Vc 1 Dozen Peail Buttons 6c Ladies Pulley Hells 25c Ladies lllock or Tan Kid Gloves 76c Iuro Silk Mitts IDc Sateen Sun Bonnets 23c 13x91 exclusive ot fringe pure Linen Towns 5c 16x33 cooml border Cotton Towels Oc 19x40 D cached Cotton Towels lOo 23x44 Bleached Cotton Towels Mar sclllts Border 10G 60 inch lied Table Damask 16c CO inch lied or Blue Damaik 25c Lace Curtains 48c Dry Good Dress Goods Etc 30in Brown Sheeting 6c Shirting Calicoes 4c Few Pieces Bluo Calicoes lie 3ti inch Standard Percales 7c Dress Lawns 4c Scotch Lawns 4 Jc All tfco bleat designs and effects In White Goods Dimities Mercerized I Lawns Foulard Silk etc from 60 tip Furnishings- A few French woven dollar Curvets fco for I 8cICorrectly built Shirt Waist doe Ladles White foot nOte 8 pair for 20c Men white foot Half Host10c Shoes 76c Lnilif Dongola Lace Patent Pip ShoeIWe still carry the best JlOO Shoe for Ladies in the marks A genuine Cordovan finished Vici La dies Shoe worth 13 goes fort LOS An all Leather Patent Tip Oxford good style In sTand 8f 60c nl flncklo Plow Show c- It solid all leather dress Shoo In Con kites or hale only 1123 vory thing late In Tan Vici Cordovan and Calf Shoe at as clota a margin as they can be sol- dMens Clothing Our top tf ear is loaded kith the newest things In Serge Caulmerrs Scotch TVetoY Worsteds Ac ranging from 12 03 a unit up An immense line of ileaa odd Pant lout received We have them as low u ISo Boys Knee Pant fiulta for f8c A few of the Boys Knee Jeans Pant Is tos160 LOUISVILLE STORE Salinger Bros ProsTIIOS D HANKY Mana- ger00000000000000000AOrSbZiO GVittcitt ttcnrQ 0 gW+ + YJc VlaEiT g DRUGGIST STANFORD g goo Books Stationery Paper o Oils and Varnishes o gpetlal Attention Olren to the Compounding of 1rccclpllom Set otlfioally g and with Care ggo onnnnnnnoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGE Coveted with Aluminum Ejce it before buying any other Tho Dowry BelfBaiting Roaster And BakerIThe Condenser has tbo Fowl besting thoroughly dnrlng entire time it Is roasting A new combined extension StepLadder the best ladder on the market Higgins McKinley BIG STOCK OIF s ZV CIL ttioGAT 12 12 18 25 80e E PER YARD wGs PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co or Newark New Jersey ORGANIZED 1846 Assets G9dl971778j Liabilities 5184070721 Surplus 502569322 The Best IVlicyjThe heat lippUcalicationR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky IteforoDcej Our Policy Holders r at a4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL iw P WALTOX Industryblaaalasy Or tktleetl Iw eenIkllle4ailAround thorough niechaulo pass outof existence in many branches I Machinery has taken hU place Skilled labor U leea In demand BOW than It was years ago It will to still tneFletoby mans trained fingers A mechanic no longer needs to know every bronih of his trade but he must bo ablo to handle his machine A meebaele at the beginning of the century vtaa no quired to prOuuce perfect work and ompleta the whole product of his trade be It a hoe or a watch At the end of the century the workman in the factory prcxlucea day In and day out one single piece multiplied Di n times by the aid of the machine As to the construction of everything else entering into the finished product he very aeldom haa the slightest I- deaIn learnt to handle one machine and he usually stops We can Halt nutely describe the wt rklng of his oni I machine of the others be remalni profoundly Ignorant In this way h gradually degenerates to a machine a part of the one he works with for9blmThere Is a of good sense a cer tames blllnoir before the Colorado legs 13turo relating to ldtoal anIhe Issue of mar LILdago license The measure provides for the creation of a board of medical examiners In rack 11 county tvhoee duty It shall be totXBm Ino nil candidates for the wedded catAto and make a report on their htalth The issuance of n license Is made condition al on the production by the parties of proper medical certificates declaring that they suffer from no tlltcnue which would be likely to ho Irnnstnltttvl to their children The Importance of such A restriction has been brought to the attention of the people of Colorado by reason of the circumstance that zuuny consumptives resort to that state for relief and there contract marring which result In the propagation of the dread disease That such marriages are Improper Is a fact beyond dispute It Is n delicate matter with which to deal No law on the subject would be necessary If all men and women hail proper sense of their obligations not only to themselves but to those yet un born However this can bardly be ex pected People will continue giving In marriage and taking in marriage even when they know that their children If they hove any will In all probability be born to a heritage of suffering It Is urged by the proponents of the Colo rado bill that this Is where the state should take a hand A short time ago a Ranger Me pa per had an Interesting writeup of a local character In n Washington county town Special mention WAS tnadeof the fact that he believes a fortune of about unit million dollars la corning to him from England In A short time Now it seems he received n letter a day or two after the article appeared from a Danger young woman proposing marriage She took special pains to in form him that It was not his pros pective wealth that Induced her to break through tho bars of cnatom anti ask him to wed her but his portrait that was published with the account made her wish and long to possess the original lion nrwAiiD flea The reader oHMi irwill IwplMwil la lesrn that IhMa It at Itiiit one ilmulnl dlxate IbtirlrnreliMlven Main turln nil Hi tltttt and that is tatinh fflli Alanh Cur la the only lrndlyCatarrhconstitutional Imtmrnt Halls Catarrh cure li liken tntenullr acting directly aloes the blood and murous iiirhreiiol the system Ihmliyilntroy Inll the fouaiUllon of the dleae Ib- erlieal itrtDith by building up Ida couitltullon and Itlnll nature In doing lit work The pro rotthtfiend rue lIt of tntleonhla Addrwj f J CIIENKY A CO Toledo O Sold Uli 7V lit Its family Villa are the best a polnteInwill such low rates again be made to Minnesota North and South Dakota Wa8hlngtonUtaheffect from LouisvIlle by the Monon Routo They will close on March 20th positively Pull Information aUomapi and time tables will bo furnished on request by K H Bacon D P A Mo ron Ilouto Loulnvllle Ky THAT THHODDina HEADACHE rWould quickly learn you K you used Dr Kings New Life Thousands of sufferers hire pro ed their matchless mult for flick and Nerroui Iei lacbe They nuke blood and prong nerves and build up your hrmllli Buy lo take Try there Only 23 ante Money back K not eli Sold Penny Druggist r George Smith the American mil Ipa afro who recently died in London left an cstato of 25000000 on which tho luccceelon tax was 1500000 or about 18 pOI cent ia Thoro arts 48 different materials used In conetruollng a piano from no fewer than 10 different countries employing 45 different bonds 4FT The constitution requires an dU meratlon of the people once in ten years The census arwtk of which is to beth 0easautaken this year beglnnlngontheflrst day of Juno will be the twelfth When thd first census was taken In 1700 there were only 13 states but the enumeration In cluded the people in Vermont Ken tucky and Tennessee not then ad mitted to the union Tho whole pop ulation In that year fell short of 4000000 Tbero are now four states which exceed that number of Inhab Rants and there aro almost 4000 000 people In the states of the Rocky mountains and the Pacific coast In the early part of this century the census was a simple affair It was merely a count of the persona living ut thn time Additional Inquiries have been added from time to time until at the present day the work of the census cover a vast field of In quirt and includes statistics upon an Immense variety of subjects The re suits require more than a score of bulky volume to contain them the facts are obtained and tabulated by an army of several thousand persons and the cost Is many millions of dol furs The census is taken for the benefit of the people themselves and the ItatUtlc are useful for deducing many conclusions Important In acl ence Industry and other great later rats It Is therefore proper that every one should lend his aid In mak ing the returns full and accurate There is an old and too prevalent notion saya Youth Companion that the census Is n curious prying Into the affairs of private persons and orlmlltalloonftldenltal he learns in the performance of his duty He should be welcomed and helped Instead of being avoided The plans of the census this year are ex pected to result In the most satisfactory enumeration ever made and n more prompt nnorrtnlnnipnt of the main facts than In tim poet There In an overage of four employes to each senator The salary list of thu nciintc amounts to nearly 400000 nI year and an most of the employes nre- lhgnlill1eul than nix months on an annum ralary tho positions lire deslr nulc Even while the senate Is in sea lon the clerks and messengers are not expected to overwork although at HniM they ore required to exert them selves Tho average salary Is about 1000 a year the lowest being 3ISA which Is paid to firemen and laborers and the highest 0000 which Is received liy the sergeautatarms The clerks In the secretary nftlre and the clerks of committees ore pall from 1600 to JSOO a year anti each senator has n private secretory at tho rate of 1200 t ynr and n nleaaengernt720- A nnltlmore man In London says that t t a recent banquet Air Choate nat next to a distinguished nobleman who dur ing the course of the conversation had ccraHlon to Inquire r Anti to what sta on In your country Mr Choate does j ur Mr Clmunccy M Depew belong To the Grand Central station my li Ill readily replied the diplomat without n quiver The noblo English mans fnco clouded for n moment with uncertainty Im afraid you dont kaow what I mean added Mr Choate about to go to Ida rescue Jut quickly stoned n smile of glad milordI genre Ah I sec I see Mr hi exclaimed Mr Dcpew belongs to your grand great middle claui At a womans euchre party the other day one of the fair players stopped the gnnn with this query What do they cult a black cat In England A num ber of the members lad been in ling html but they nil had to give It up Thp rlddlomalicr smiled sweetly as she trunpcd her partner ace In true tra dltlonal style Cant guess Why kitty kitty Just tho mime as anywhere else Tha Hospital Book and Newspaper society which distributed reading mnt ter among hospitals prisons and simi lar Institutions In many parts of the country line Issued UH annual report showing that last year it distributed 5812 books 2777 magazines 71140 weekly und Illustrated papers and fully 200000 dally papers The names of all the University of Pennsylvania men who served In the war with Spain will be cut In stone in the tower now being constructed as a memorial to them Tho tower which IB pearly completed will form the principal entrance to the dormitory adjunct of tho university The Don ndiaj are run by horse power The company has Its main office In New York city and the stock Is owned principally In the Unit ed States It has applied to tbo Bombay municipality for the privilege of converting Its motive power to elec tricity In the month of December 7000 men applied for enlistment in the United Stntes army and 1551 were accepted last year 07 officers were placed on the retired list of the United States army IA It De Fluent tdltoror the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number ofyosrs front rheumatism In his right shoulder and side llu ituysi Mr rlgbt arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamber sins Ialu Halm and woe sur prised to receive relluf almost immediately Tho Iuiu llalm linn been a conilsnt neverdrungliti Siunfonl Ky Low RATES TO TilE NOHTHWEST Tickets will ltd void by the Motion route from LtiuUvlllu to polntn In Ari zona British Columbia Colorado Ida bo Iowa Manitoba Mlchlpan Minne sota MuuUnu Me brxiku Nw Mexico Nurtb and South Dakota Utah Wavh- Intturo Vltnonnin und Uynmlnit and ruluru at uuu fi re lor the round trip plus 2 on Jan lUih Feb lib and 20ib Mar Oth and 20ib cud April 3rd sod 17th Unit rum for children between five mid 12 Inclusive Ticket yiKxl 21 days rttiiirulnir Full prtlcutuii of chltrfullyfurnlhE U Hbcon D I A Loulnville Ky SPECIAL HATES TO WASHINGTON D CThtty Chesapeake L Ohio will WhlnitonDO May31etMystic ihrlnr Keep ttgee dates In your mind If von are to mnko a trip East Gor p W Barney dlvj pats agent Co Uy Lexington SPAINS cinEA TEST WEED hJilneotrfrrnMlnt Ic the rock or lilt bead Da ule asJ21ervItemedymedicines wbul his enuuay neE All kIdnytrouble newIllIlelcuaraDlHod Sent ctprttjcharges pre a 2c nt Ump Wlnch with leren rite Congo handle Would cat 100 at the store and Ueotloa your nal tmeainri sending Latest itrle of Imported black Swiss gross a luUvnUal of metal heavily silver plated patterns Forts Non nickeledstrong Ladles and colors A NIGHT OF TEnnon Ih said Ihe could not flea till morning writes tin II Lincoln who attended br that frarful niMbI All thgughtb must soon die fn m 1nfiiinonU lui b for Vr King New three amll do mihc ilrptrnllj All M Khl nd In further use completely cured her This marvelous mrdiclnf li guaranteed to cure all Throat elicit sodLu ghbores Only enl1l tattles free at rennys Drug Store Tho census report just mode show that tho entire Indian of the U S la 207 005 of this number OliOTO weav citizens dre while 1923 wear tt mixture of Indian and civilized cloth ing Those who can read nivnber 42 507 and 63311 can carry on an ordlnury In English A FnI1HTFUr Will elanusa a horrible Hum KcM Pill or Ilrulw iJuckl ni ArDb lair the but In Ibt world will kill the vaIn and promptly heal IL Cum 111 Sores KmrKim Ulcer ICdd Krloti Corn all skies Krontlnni silt 1Ile cure ea ri 2 eta a tux dun guaranted Sold If Penny I rMBUt a OUTFIT Foil SALEI have it complete newspaper ami Job out first by which the Pathfinder won published fur tale Also the business of Tbo Pathfinder and the lo cation which U a good one Only paper la county Price very reasonable Crab W B Hudson 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the more FEW fllven for lion heads and 2cent temp Sixteen large pages Mo Ooote Melodies llluitrated and wllh- nletllIIhographed cover We have different books you can got sortment Century CookBookI Boys PocketKnifeI 12 lloa heads sad a 2c Stamp I A COFFEE In this I Dont It I It la rings plate 10 a of ther an si re 10 TJ Cut of taper so that the ends will meet when drawn tlaktly around second Joint linger Lay one end on this at the and order the other end blade redw The strong EaI For It Given for 8 lion cut from Uon Cof fee and cent stamp A artistic picture of royal furnishes to the little girl and her white Faster lilies For lion bcidi and cents we Gold Rlne a 2cent Stamp having 0 Determine the Size 1 a strip thick exactly oBho diagram 0 number the Indicates Art Picture Easter Greeting heads wrapper a 2 Il1IeoIhe Ingroom The- background darkblue an- appropriate contrast 1u25inches2 RubyScttlai will lend tinned ready for hanging Flower Picture For 8 lion head and a 2C American and Ltlfesof theValley tautrHotel Inches Bright and artistic coloring II The Dancing IesoattI littlebrown t dress form a pleasing combination of colors Size Iit 21 Halted free for I5 Hoc herds and a 2ccnt stamp IMPORTANT NOTIDEtrWh writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or package with the lion heads II more then 8 lion heads are sent you can largeIllustrated t WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio f tt ith j11111LCl till1111 yito and a strong womanly organism motherhood but adds to a womaai attractiveae f Mme S Wine IIICllrdul strengtheningLbabys coming By revitalizing the oktfbarren It purifies heals regulates- and strengthens la good for all 1 women at times No druggist would be without It i m ForadYke In cuear1nt epeclal directions s t cachatknooga LOtmJARAJZorJeArellD O 4b1 7tWIIcQ I lint took Wine of Cardul we married three run hot soul i 1awItJ G t4cCIMY UNDEETASER Manufacturer and Deatear In HAENESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky TO FLORIDA I DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VI- ASouthern ft Railway r l For the preMn Winter Seuoa TUB SOUTIIRBS RAILWAY with cognectloni piwenu the moot su rerlor KhMttlM through car VMlc aod tnnipor utlon arrangmeots generally era ofiend to the travel to Southern Re orts DODBLK DULY TRAIX from Cincinnati end LouUf Ule la connection with the Queen A Crn ceotltiiutc rUChatUooogt Jejupand The Ilant atemI BLBarllw CAR front Clccinnatl t Jacksonville with convenient connections from t LouliTllle tU Knnxvllle Aiherllle end SiTinr nah This la the Sctnlo Route through the Moun lain of western North Carolina The Land of the Sky Alia through Sleeping an from ht louts to Jacktonvllle In connection with the I Eot fit L a lUllroad Air Line via LonUTllle and through Jrksonylllerl with Targournrnt RAILWAY lrmlngbawl Atlanta Je un and The Plant System Kanaaa Citr JacktonTllle LlwllNIonlf thirty eight hour from Kaniu All AgcnU of connecting line sell through Win WAYfhpelCbeduleizbooklela and Information mailed ree JRlNWIAr AgentkKr W A TURK 0 P Waeblngton D O W n TAYLOE A 0 Lnnlaylllr ZOT7IBVXIiZJC TO OHIOAGOt Trains Morning and Evening from Un- Ion Station 10th and Broadway Passen ere desiring information and f rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska mad in the far West including Gal irerniatsbould address i Frank J Reed Oen Pass Agt E H Bacon Die taas Agl K w n char sIlRocw llTrocMngr I t t wire A i Ii GOOD OHEER What Neighbor Squire Think Other data afore this here Alnt bien bright or clad Jut about this time last year Things looked pretty bad Ma wu sick and Charley Cut his toll I ivrow Everything It seemed to beITurned out wrong There was Jennies place and lIad to send em atuff to eat but the clouds rolled byl Hetory found another job Charleys foot sot well Ma was up and raisin bob In a little spell Things looked blue back there and yet all cleared up again Happiest days 1 ever had com to tat since thenl World seems ktnd of tough Jest now Got the rheumatla Tother day I lot a cow Doa know how It Is But things tort of seem to Jest Turn out wrong for spite Yet Ive done my level but Trcatln people rlghtl Lost my pocketbook last wtekeZlt Im alfne where All the money for the hay t had told was thertl Protty hard to laugh along Puihln gloom away Things cant keep a goln wrong So outsiders say Thats right for them ttatt flied to- that they can smile Out there something spoils such songs every IIttlebUel 8pok tM skies may clelr a bit At they did before Ouws Ill not give over ylt Guess Ill try lome more What that mat What that you tayT Pound my pocketbook Monty la sateHoorayl Clouds are golnlook Sos my rheumatlx by goshl I aint lame at all SS That old cow Ob Letertelouumightys- mart Tell you what when things are dark All you got to do Ie to simply toe the mark SktenM Mill git blue All debs cant be dark you know you can never tell By tonlghtIt mlxht st In for a splendid epelll sE Klter In Chicago TimesHerald fHER SHOES 5By Eennett 7 Harris IT WAS a mighty nice little supper said Mr Grlgsby as he and Mrs Grigs by hastened from the icene oftbe late revelry Everything seemed to taste good Mrs Hnskell is an ele gant entertainer I hardly think that elegant Is the word to use observed Mrs Grigsby I suppose I ought to have said that shes a gracious hostess or something of that kind said Mr Grigsby 1 dont see whats the matter with ele gant myself and I know when I am being entertained It is not my Idea of entertainment tohave the claret punch made so strong that It affects people as it did Mrs Drake Altecjsl What are you talking about She wasnt affected Just be cause she has Btaturally lively man nerThats her natural manner is 111 Well I suppose you ought to know You seemed to notice her a good deal Id be sorry If It was my natural man ner though even If it does please you so very much- I didnt say It pleased me It wasnt necessary but then I dont know that we need talk about her If you werent pleased with her you can disguise your feelings pretty wellIf you could manage to disguise yours o little once in awhile I think you would be even more popular than you are Thank youl I havent any particular desire to have a lot of men crowd- Ing around me all the time I am con tent to leave that sort of popularity to Mrs Drake Id like to hear what you would have to say if I carried on In the way she does I suppose her husband likes it I never heard that he objected to it lie seems to think that she has not yet forfeited all claim to his respect and af fection By the way I never knew you to play a worse game of whist than you did tonightI you would say something of that kind If its your Idea that by saying that you defend your own shortcomings Its very foolish of you my dear I notice that lately you never call me my dear until you begin to get nmd I get mad Well Id be Justified if I were A man who would play the king as second player when the four was led and he had the seven and nine in his hand besides has a great right to talk about bad play- I was going on the theory that she was calling for the king with the ace and queen behind I couldnt tell that you didnt have anything but the queenNo I wasnt signaling In the shame less way she was Who was signaling Mrs Drake was signaling I sup pose youthlnk Its a harmless and In nocent nark ofon engaging and vivacious disposition to cheat at whist For my part I dont see where the mirthful part of It cornea in but then I havent got a beautiful quickness of perception myself Did I say anything to you about her having a beautiful quickness of perception Didnt you You know perfectly well that I didnt I dont see why you would want to emphasize it in that vicious way It- t had said it As a matter ot fact it Was Tlasktll said so and you smiled youtookwhy you didnt ralwjCaln about it right then J I Ji f 8 f I wish you would try not to be so coarse in your expressions Youll br swearing at me next I wouldnt wonder if did myself As far as Mrs Drake cheating or signaling la concerned you are ur ranch mistaken Thats all there is about that If there was anything of that sort going on I think unoulil hue noticed It I didnt know you were watching her so constantly as all that Perhaps If you had paid a little less attention to her and a little more to the game we might have made a better showing I didnt trump your trick at all eventsNo that was just the one thing that you didnt do I think thats a great deal to boast of for a man who prides himself on his whist playing as you do I used to think that you liked to play with me for a partner but I dont suppose nnythlng short of Mrs Drake would satisfy you now Mary why InIn the name of everything unreasonable and senseless are you harping on Mrs Drake in this way What has the woman ever done to you Id like to know Dont you like to talk about her 1 thought perhaps you would- I dont like to hear anybody talked about In that way Very well Ill try and do better 1 think she is just charming So quiet and refined In her manner and so witty I think it Is perfectly lovely to hear a woman use slang in the way she does and so few of us have the accomplish ment And shes so goodlooking tool Such a piquant freckled complexion and a little rosebud of a mouth I think If I way afflicted with a mouth like hen I would try not to call so much attention to it and if I ever saw bleached hair In my life that woman bleaches You neednt tell mel- I didnt intend to tell you Cant you think of anything else Isnt one of her ran a misfit and couldnt you notice a cast In her eye I think you might have done so If you had looked a little closer I suppose you mean to be sarcastic If an angel tcl you that Mrs Drake had any Imperfections I dont suppose you would believe it An angel would probably have some thing better to do than to go trapesing around knocking n little woman who never did him any harm Theres one thing about Mrs Drake I will say now you bring the subject up I never heart her say a word against any other woman or make sneering remarks People who live In glasshouses 1 we Then when we see a lady prancing about slinging stones in every direction we are to take that as an in disputable evidence that she resides In an Impregnable frrtrcas of granite with wire netting over the windows 1 thought Mrs Drake sremed very pleasant to you and- Certainly she was She was most kind and gracious I was quite over powered I havent felt so honored by the notice of nnyone for a long time I PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUS CStry to feel humble about It and I tell myself that after all I am the samo woman that I was before she distinguished me but cant help feeling just n tiny bit elated Just think She spoke to me as much as four times in the evening If you feel that way about her 1 sup pose there is hardly any use asking you to call on her Drake is an old friend of mine and I would have liked to have It so that we could have them here to dinner before they go Before they go where To Portland Ore They are going to leave Chicago In about three weeks But then I knew better than to ask you to do anything nice to a woman youve once taken a dislike to How absurd you argil I havent taken any dislike to the woman I would just as lief call on her as not No I think she is a little flippant in her manner but 1 might get to like her very much after I got acquainted with her AndIIenryl mustnt think I mean every thing I say because my shoes have been pinching me terribly all the evening across the instep theyre really toolnrge for me ereryvhere else Ive simply been In agonies Poor glrllCltIcago Dally Record Ill Grudge Against Ham Ah my friend sighed the reformer rum causes lots of trouble in this world Indeed It does agreed tl tener No udubt you or I would behappier were It not for the rum demon went on the reformer Indeed we would again agreed the patient listener unhappinessYears ago a woman told me that if I stopped drinking she would marry me- AndS yon could not topT No roared the patient listener no I did stop Baltimore Amen cans Comlnv to the Front Jingle I knew that fellow Storms the comedian would come to the frontWellerAnd he has has he Yes You remember he used to play the part of the hind legs of the elephant in the pantomlne Yes Well now lies playing the front lrgsTltDlta In No Danger Some of those old blue laws are very funny he said For Instance it has been discovered that kissing II still against the law in Connecti out But we are not in Connecticut she suggested Ills call that evening was some what longer than usual Chicago Post Deceptive Environment It Is not always safe to Judge a man According to the company he keeps And place him underneath the social ban Classed with the hot pollol or common sweeps Ile may not have a chance to pick his crowd That happens very frequently as when As consorts with the lowbrowed And manystriped inmates of the pen Chicago Record VHEHC OPINIONS DIFFER 1 want to tell you something dear Your former governess FrauleinI Crete is going to be soon Well Im thankful pa that that stupid thing Is going to leave the house But what numbskull Is going to marry her I am my tearDer Flab Too True Borne men we know hays taking ways But Ol alas aiackt There are but few we know of who Have ways of bringing back Philadelphia Pres- slaterrupted Enjoyment Did you enjoy your vacation asked the congressmans friend Not much answered the member from Cowtrack Crossing Its kind o hard to hear all the folks saying that vacations are good things for the coun try cause when were home the public can be sure we alnt doing any dam age Washington StarITaking l Charlie dear said young Mrs Tor kips the baby IB trying to talk again Its wonderful how he takes after you What Is he talking about I think it must have been politics He started very calmly but In a few minutes he was as angry and red InI the face as he could beJlItBits Flint Awful Child Said Mrs G who had come to spend the day to little Edith Are you glad to see nie again tAlthI Yea mm and mammas glad too replied the child Is hl Yea mm She said she hoped come today and have it over withohloI State Journal A Standard of Measurement Theres no doubt about It said the man with a large diamond in his neck tie that man Is a genuine patriot How do you know Why he can get up as much enthu siasm over an election as he does over a prize fight Washington Star The Flaw In Ill Plan Mr Soaksum I flatter myself that I can always tell when Ive got enough The Moralist Yes but thats where you lose track of the game You ought to try to learn to tell when youve got too much Chicago TimesHerald Illjth hollers- LizzleTee the Icemen the coal men and the hackmen were all there but I danced only with the milkmen MayneWhy Llz- LiazieBecauso they are the cream of society Chicago Dally News WelBhtr Subject Did you notice how the speaker thumped the desk at regular Inter male Yes I presume he was welting his words you know and every thump was a pound Philadelphia Bulletin Holding Him Off Doctor casually Well Air Drown how are you today Mr Brown defensively Oh Im all right doctor Theres nothing the matter with me that would be worth 3 to you ffhicago Record An EveryDay Occurrence Smith Chicago has a robber who drives about in a cab Brown Tbats nothing Ive been robbed by a cab driver many a time Town Topic SeltlnE Illmitlf Right You dont dare put your arm around Miss Fossees waist Im not afraid of her but Im no lemon squeezer =Harlem Life Game MA man who will beat his wife es claimed Mrs Hirers is cruel And she upset the chessboard Chi cago Tribune r 200 Business And Pleasure Horses 200 25th Sale April 12 13 and 14 f Maple Park Kindergarten E P Faulconcr Pror Arknowledg d by ralron all oYer the ttAleto La the 1ICSTestebnshtd sale In the South tIUttory listing l pry bOtI I com elnllo manlp your stock Iktet light llurers nunterue Write s tt Covered luck tlttl box Italia stock here and you will have no regrets trouble to astwer letera Phone J Uanvllle Kj r J A ALLEN A CO Oontractors And IBuilcar STANFORD KY Ilno Poor 10SaehCUlt l u Ac Wo mhko eatllnatoa on any liilof work CooksStanford Female College WILLIAM 811 ELTON JJlFlCIIIIIHT Next Session Will Begin 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MRS NANXK 8 8AUFLEY Lady Principal American Wre Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To LikeIt Geo R Fa ris Co BugIAlso Troy and MoS r Makes Call and See llhem W A CARSON Stanford Ky Seven experienced teachers each one a irttplalltl in hU line Graduates of this coll business houtc There are other schools but uone can ofltr our fachltlrITHE RED CIRCLE PILL AJwtrts the lure THE POOR MAINS DOCTOR I The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Kerned r onKarlh lies been tried 50 jean has never fa led toV Ogre Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the greet majority of ailments canted by a TorpTo Jjlvcr COmB NOT UAT7S1JAT3B OR GIWFJC I Hut acts gently on the liver 21 doses In a ox for 25c Try It once andyow will never be wi 110Ulil y For Sale by W B McKOBERTSJ Druggist Stanford Ky III w r staearLOd1L halos Sunday Omy 0t Cor cf Cee ccoo s eraM Dirt Rout Hew Orlcani fiouston Galveston and all Southwestern Points are easily reached via New Orleans or Texastnd tho Ou crescentFr- om Cincinnati and the North 89 Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans 1f Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Vicksburg Houston Dlllas San Antonio etc t m IIT LII tMTTA000 elaIMOIA ouu u txi Quit see CMKIHT r II 6 ttalnlnery w War 4 en INDIANAPOLIS Four Fast Trains TO Toledo Detroit AND MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS AW17 4 ttlni every wetk day 3 faint on Sunday Pullman and Wagner Sletprr on night train Veitlbultrt Parlor Cars on day train CIC 4 trains every 3 turn on SundAyTo CHICAGO I 1 Veatlbuled trains Standard and CanJSleeping Cars Irlor Cars and Cf6 Dining llNTERIORfoURNAL FORD Ky MAR 30 1900 J1V ALTON BUSINESS MANAOEU beat materials bIgooditsIn our prctcriptloo work Penny n StoreSJlSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP 61 J W ALCOUN and Mies Kat U are la Louisville III MATTIE DUNCAN of Garrard- t MM J8 Hooker 5V SAUNUERB of LlvlnRston at ij tho burial of Ed U Jones TOR W D HUDSON ot tbo Cor arapuc was hero Wednesday Its W T SMITH Is visiting her ir Mrs J M Sltold In Lexington Its W O SHANKS and eon Hart I are with her parents In Losing VMBS n DAUOHMAN wont up to Jon and other mountain towns Wed ay 8 J03EIM1 tlAUDiN of Corbin is OR Mcsdamcs Ed Caldwell and Sim barn KATE EQIIEIIT of Crab Orch aunt several days with Mrs Dci jirlns J ALICE DnYK and friend P B ncro hero Irom IlustonvlUo l lay v I T LAMER and Miss Mamie 1of Danvllloaltondcd Jones I Tuesday a JAUKS II YKAQKH went to- hllo Wednesday to spend a few lath bar bUlband I ABURN8IDB and Mrs T tfof Garrard spout yei rda y rs A McHoberts WJ PRIDE a ruing youthg e attorney was hero Wednesday 1o us a pleasant call Jr J DILDAY State agent of 1 liable Iniuranco Co U here o goat W A Carson WJ YAOKU returned to Louie t I jcsdav Miss Florence Myers all with hornnd will remain some t VUIIE BAUNKS who was dear for cxamlnatlonfor a position t Census Bureau Declines tb e a J WILL POOR of Lancastera ri Eugenia Dunlap Pottsof Lox cc spent a day with Mrs Mattie rs IK KEHIIAUOU representing d it typo and press house of Chi fc4rnbirt Dro Spindler 1s at 1t Asapb d RKUECCA MCCARTY and Mr nlcCartV of Klngsvllle took tho pro Tuesday for WIlllaratburK o relative b ND MRs A D USDBinvooD pin passed down to Louisville lHtk to upend a tow days before o Richmond to visit I VAXIIOOI of McKlnncy Is cady to take acknowledgment lavitsoto He has qualified as nota Jbllo under appolntmont of Gov tbam SH LUCIUS WADDELL uf Somer and Miss Bert James of Crab Or odwll1 arrive today w bo the eta of Miss Suo Wllllo Halo as i J P Cummins 8Kin PAXTON Duivrox of Mont ory write to J B Paxton that Ann Elizabeth Is the name of dot burn she having arrived on iMth Joon friends hero send con ttilatlons cuau Joint E COOPER appointed cy R Bright circuit clerk of Mont y county to fill the vacancy I by tbo death of his brother N 1ht and ho qualified at once Icht married Mrs Lizzie Mo J of this place- EMIIIIYT BEAZLKV has re 2250 of tho 97000 Insurance y bar brother Lt U y Grubb as killed In the Philippines nt o a noun to each of his eleto erlabelng tho other and efi to his brothers Prof E IttI LOCAL HAPPENINGS owe iatEmbryEnglomana shirts collare and tics at SOY sit SonsitI CAIUSON has rented the old J y church to display his l rEOuter stogy of mens lvand childrens shoos Sever S Sons W BELUEN sBold his stock ocorlo to various parties and clos is store on Lancaster street II PARSONS has boon awarded Contract to carry the mall from McKlnnoy every day except r 0Jim Cook a little colored ught a 810 fine in Judge Carson e for stealing peanuts and dates Warren Sbankt j blhto IH GILHEIIT Introduced a pay the heirs of James M Martin of Lincoln county 1000 for hay and farm products taken by Federal troops 1tNOtiYe foreQlo Llsrd Cooper Jmestcrdayflt U fair and fraety =VnEsn bread OYeryday tnreo loaves for lOc John IL Meier 12 c YARD wide Percales at 7Jc fo a leader at Severance SooSTHE young gentleman will give a hop HI Walton Opera House tonight IT is April 2d and not the29lb that will be madeas international money order office oDAY Straw erne Oats SblpatulT onlyJFOB RKNT Dwelling p Danvlllo onaJlpouculonpunn it elegantIlanpea 1 4 Call and pee them Warren k SbMks OLCMOOIC WHISKY G D Wcatb fcrfordhas a contract for lull control liesbavllbTic Dry Goode D r ietbo name of a lea paper hero just Issued by Mr Job P Jones It Is a good ono and shots toot Drer Jones Is an editor fromi awjf beck 7N4 YtAaB HooryOroep who wa created by Marshal Joe A Shnnnonol Cab Orchard confessed to horse steal Irj at fcJs trial at Somerset and was gkfcn two years I Kx exhaustive and timely article on DdcKleff Is given In on our Oth nag In Dr Steelo Ualloy connty chairman ofhe Doan of Health and cattlo men wlldo well to carefully pcruso 1L WILL have my Sprint opening Wilnetday and Thursday oexv April 4 lid oat which time Iwill show a bcuiltful line of spring and summer rode Yon are cordially invited to cal Miss Annlo Phillips AOAAEYcountyy cock trader says tbecattld pens here wilt ruin Stan forts good reputation an a cattle mar ket but wo believe that Messrs liar Doer and Dawes will see to It that jhey wlh benefit rather than hurt TdBlNTERion JOURNAL wag the fire paste In ho United States to toll tha Powers as hold without hall The d clslsn wad rendered at 10 A M day and K 1025 It was being read I Stanford rum a newspaper that U ncwtpepe It Is stunge bow many people who ought inow Gov Boakhams name licckrosos It 3taer will all know and revere bill name botcver when ho has shown what a gad governor ho can mako with usurper Tiylor out of his way TUB woes works reservoir Is xg l stocked wlh bass and yesterday when Jl Jonct and J W Hayden were taklngoutomeofli pounds the tatters polo brokoas be landed a big one a few tact from store He grabbed for It and went beadbng Into the water wetting him from lead to foot Tilts ofiiO has saver enjoyed a larg presentdwe r parties In Fayctto Boyle Garrard Casey and dose to tho Rockcostlo line besides tenting out one or more jobs to nearly cysts village in this count People knor whore to get good work cheap ASSAULT AND TRESPASS Emll Jonko bad V R Jenkins arrested for hitting hm wltha stick and Je entered a cress charge against Jea that bo was lulling timber oft his Inu They wereMoro Judge Ualloy Wed nosdl1 discharged both with tbo proviso flat they would go homo and build a Lno fence and keep 1t up They shook hands and promised paprcr monu agentLat fi Western says ho believes that OQV Goubel was tbo greatest power In the country against trusts and corral wadeof this paper for him and against his as sassins Ho also says that business is good on tho N W The shipment- of coal and cojco from the Flat Top coal aev erogo care por of November I8i9 WONEII 2Mnry Woner died Tuesday night after theca years of suf fering aged 7Z Sho was a Miss Sutton of Gnrranl o sister of Hoary Sutton of that county and married Wit Woner who died many years ago leav lag her with a number of children Ot the survivors Miss Suo and John Wo ner live hero Tho latter has been at the point of sleuth from typhoid lover for more than a month and although ho Is apparently improving Dr Bailey would not lot tho sad truth of his moth ors death bo told him Mrs Woner was a member of the Baptist church and her pastor Rev J B Crouch spoke comforting words about her in a short vervlce last afternoon after which tho rornulns were interred in Buffalo Springs Cemetery HAMILTON for good watch work it THE Presbyterian Ladles Exchange will be open ovary Saturday afternoon at McRoberts drug store WE are now the and shoesrever everance k SonsitI Tim fiscal court will meet next Tues day to fix the levy and settle with the sheriff The tax rato will likely bo raised to COo this year from 474c last 0 BESIDES four other leading fire in corpses companies Agent it B Ma bony has tlje agency for the Continen tai in the counties of Lincoln Boyle and CaloyitALL water and light bills paid at tho olllco of the company before the 10th o April aro subject to a discount of2 per centG L Penny secyi and treasurer it r CALDWELL LANIER of Danville tbo leading shoo and gents furnishing house of that city tell our renders on the first pago of this issue something to their ad aawgevOUR Gocbcl monument fund as prc viously reported was IllS 00 F L Clifford Bluefleld W Va 60 Miss FItfo Daugb O J Crow 60 as BATH ROOMS Ed Wilkinson has byebash tubs He will be prepared to vaporIDEATH Capt B Eo Roberts who was captain of Company H Cth Kon tucky Morgans Command In whlcn Judge M C Sauflcy was tint lieuten ant and served gallantly during tbo entire war died at the Norton Infirmary Louisville Wednesday For many years be was a drummer and made this town where ho had many friends JONKS The aloe of bighearted Kd Jones arrived from Chicago Tues day afternoon sad attar a short funeral service at the Veranda Hotel by Rov J R Boatman of Plncvllle which bo gun at 130 they were laid to rest be sldo those of his father In Buffalo Cem etery All doubt Is removed ae to tbo manner of his death as the coroners jury and too physician who attended resultta o0at well when bo left Plncvllle two weeks foundaa ac never spoke attar being taken to a hoe pital where he lived only a few bourn Attorney Joseph C Jones tells us that bo found numerous letters In his pock et including a recommendation from a Louisville firm for which ho bad re candy traveled a key to room No 75 but In what hotel he was unable to coawloinI g was The body was taken to the city morgue and a part of the inquest was held afterMr Jones and his brother inlaw Mr O V lllley who accom pealed him arrived As stated above El wai a bigbeartcd clover young roan with a legion of friends here and wherever ho was known Ho joined an Arkansas regiment during tho war with Spain and while ho engaged in no battles ho Is said to have made a model soldier Ho was a Maccabco In good standing and lolL an insurance policy Intbat fraternity for 3000 payable to his mother MM Emily Jones Besides those who attended the burial from PInovllle not mentioned in our last were Mesdames O V Rllcy and Joseph C Jones Avery large crowd ataMATRIMONIAL MATTERS John S Waddlo and Miss Ida Baker popular young people of Somerset wcro married this week Mr Isaac Lewis 00 and Mrs Henri etta Owsley 52 widow of Jonathan Owaloy were married at Walter Owe lays on the 28th Tbo Cincinnati Enquirer says that Joseph Reynolds aged 70 and Mlsa Molllo Williams 21 walked 18 miles to that city to get married Mr William E Spllman of Garrard county and Miss Elizabeth Clay Hare of Jessamine will bo married Wednes day April 4th Advocate W R Akin n widower of 53 and Miss Llzzlo Myers daughter of j Dt Myers weep married at tbo brldos home la the West End Wednesday Tbo license was issued for April 11 but for somo reason the pair decided to marry sooner than they at first antici pated NEWS OF THE VICINAGE W H McRoynolds was appointed postmaster at Abel Laurel county Capt L D Brown a veteran of the civil war died at Lawrenceburg aged Alum is the name of a now postotllco in Wayne and Mrs Lizzie Sellers la postmaster John W Smith prominent farl1Qri of tho Gradyvlllo section of dead aged 12 Daniel Glbonv 70 died in Jessamine Tuesday Ho was the father of Mrs John Portwood of Fort Worth Texas t Danville bids fair to bavo a whole Bale grocery In tho building now being erected tiara by J C Frank of Durke vllle The druggists of Somerset want the war tax on patent medicines repealed throujtbJudgoThe Central Record wants a dally mall line put on between Lancaster and Crab Orchard via Sweeney and Preacbersvllle LM Wllmoro sold to J A Diddle 12 twoyear old steers at 1760 Nell it Smith sold to J A Burdlck four sugar mules at OOAdalr News Attention is called to the advertise ment of that splendid saddle and bar ness stallion Djgnlty Dare by the great Chester Dare Read his pedigree closelyRepresent MxV Gilbert Introduced bills to grant tt pension of 2 per month to M D Hall of Junction City and a pension of 824 per month to Thomas Noon of Boylo county Mrs J RTburman wife of the Har rodsbueg junk dealer will sue the Lou isville Southern for damages because proidedthought she was colored Mr Gilbert has introduced a bill div ing to the trustees of tbo Harrod bur Presbyterian church 0000 for the use of their church during the war Ho oleo Introduce blUe to pension Sarah F Brewer James Morris and M E Grubbs and to pay 1600 to IL Manwar log of Danville for supplies furnished Union army HUBBLE John Lewis Yakey has moved to Ed Millers farm T C Rankin has returned from Wayne Jaunty with a lot ot cattle Mr Young of Burksvlllc Is up with a bunch of cattle and on ac count of scanty of feed ho finds the market hard Ransom Carman is go log to move bin family back to his farm In Casey Elder Mills will preach at the Christian church hero Sunday morning and nljbt M D Eubanks bas rented McMclon Calso a lot of watermelon land at 816 per acre P H Hick Ic of Ambro Tcnn Is visiting his Grandmother Spoonamoro for a few days before going to Texas Tho meeting nt Preacbersvllle con ducted by Rev Kuydendallhaa result ed so fat In 20 additions The W C T U docldedto hold its annual meeting at Danville this fall Produce And Junk Wanted orantl the IItl For Muhlot eat Iron we per tee per hundred tore cul 25c fOr hones 40c per furIlraulroJuceandgetoursTASrono PitoDtCK cp J Hold and J Bhkotr SPRING MILLINERY Sly Spring Stock of Millinery Including many aretnltetlorauonaklfi latest Kaablon lutes Mm KITTIK Crab Orchard Ky If You Need Shaving Oragood haircut wait till you M to Crab Orchard and have tom Illakemorr Unett tonsorial art bewtTera Llrcry Stable Crab Orchard TH E FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only IRS2CZIASSHotel Jn the city making a 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts o the City Everything neat and clean UVijl sI1nUIIIIPYLISH RELIABLE ARTISTIC tir4CALL LPA1cNSNONE PRICE g DAittrnt ar told In neatly ererycuran4lowelAlbUntied retiredf= TilE AlcCALL COMPANY 130 to MOW 14th Street Ne York Sl1Ruen orricn and 1051 Market 51 San Francisco x MS CALLSI MAGAS1N llrlthust Magillno Published jg Contains Beautiful Colored Plates Sc = llluttralei Intent Patterns Fath 5 Work 5 hismagtleelaeveryLrloedtty work dr term via Subtcrlpilnnonlr OOc per near Including a nEE Address TilE McCALL COy ijs to 146 W nth St New York t4RMMN 4M4Sl4MAdtNlA9PA HAIR BALSAM O1ou sod bumlN Ponte a luonant W1Isets to Estore fJlorCaman LISTDN 1 We Will Guarantee Every Pair of i W L Douglas 300 And 350 Shoes to Last as Long as any 5 Shoe of any d la other make A New Pair In Exchange if they do ot Perfect Styles See them i CUMMINS McCLARY Cash Clothiers and Furnishers SS SSSS ArsrOTEER BI- GOPENINGOF NEW SPRING SOODS We ire just bank from IewanabBndsome Hemstitched Taffetas Peau De PiquesImported Latest Novelties in Neckwear Combs Pulley Belt Buckles tic You cab always find with us late styles and goat qualities a f JOHN P JONES Stanford Look s Like Foolishness 7jeWelow price of 7jo per yard Cheap as common calico width consider strlesforour new Spring Drew Goods hnd Wash Goods New Ginghams at 7c lOc and 15c New Madras at 20c new Dimities 7Jc to 16c new Figured Swiss 15c to SOc new Henriettas Serges Melrose Sebastapool Crepons Jac PureSilkSEVERANCE ft SOWS Opposite Court House Zeigler Brothers Shoes PENNYS DRUG STORE y I DrugsIBooks Stationery Paints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky When You Need Paints Oils t t Craig Hocker Consult Stanford I IN a e i4 la danh r cS 1 eS t l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poiolceat Stanford at Kconddau matt- erYttib2ShiTneiay niSF1sav 1 PER YEAR CASH When not eopatdsaoo will WcbargdK- NOXVILLE DIVISION JI s M Train going North m 21II II tJir m ii II SouthB 1l Up m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION b at BtaDlordt 108 A x leave Stanford at 210 A it021 280 PAM No22 Lore Sanford at QUEEN CRESCENT- South pass Junction CRy No onnotstopho31160rU No5 2122Ax No 0 b65 P 34SANo Gala South No2 dnt top o 612S r x No10 6 x FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Frankfort 630 AM 340 p audIPUroaaeCUagat fteorgetownwlth the U at v Dd 5 4O Frankfurt after connecting with Q p reaching uii P wand ct 1120 x 71O P x to raIDI toWDt IS P x The 1Uer tnllleuea JKNEWTOSOPA New Boarding gouger I hire NOTed Into Mrs Kit DuiMenr house furnish on Lancaster Street dad am prepared to reasonable board b day week orgood tableGoodKTerytblng new and clean Prim dlonen on CourtSpecialand bed rooms AXTIL I3DICYCLESIREPAIRED 1 MiRst complete Bicycle Store In Central We break la a rlcy cle Workmanship Guaranteed DANVILLE CYCLE CO 4 x 115 3rd St Danville Ky W S BEAZLEY D D S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain I With VlUllvd Air Physician In attend auce Office In the New Thompson Building 78 Paper Hanging And Painting See me before you let your painting I money I will paper will save you and put It on the wall from lOC up In other word I will cell you paper as cbeapas you It at sc per can buy It In town bolt I will do paInting In proportionLion work guaranteed Stanford Ky BEAZLEY 6 HASTO- DEBTAKJSBS DEALERS Furniture M attin j8Rug And Wall Paper Tn y will Exchange FtlrnHuro for aU kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY thdou hern Mutual Investment CemFn Of Lexington Ky THE OLDEST AND THE BEST fomo0tlfttykxltleuentDtllceeDouhille Ky Uraneh Offikes at New Va Ualtlnior t Md Philadelphia Paid TO Certificate Holders 2203216 Yawed To Besero Fund 9261807 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford Marshals Sale For City Taxes The mowing real estate will lie ottterdd for put lie ute to the highest and hit bidder to pay elty 1807 18M std 1899 aDd tuesone unor yen cit ofcollection 2 1900 before thetiuHhoui door inhunrordKyforoab In hand towlti win Illakely colored one town Int 13 3 u 4Vm pick 07lone Helm IS 18 Jobn nerd W D Tardlf 7 6VMJDon Moran Ueo Wbltley 83 O JNxtfIANU M CS Bigger Bargains Than You will find them at the Ilacke Store Clothlngjfor Men Doya and Children e p lAw Prices at the Jtarket 8toie8hoo for men boys ladles nibses and children at reduced price AT THE RACKET STORE- Dry GooJi and Notions ol all kind at the hicks tiara Furnishing goods for ladleaann men Coini to the Itacket Store for lace curulna good and cheap Window ahadea of all klndj at the Uackei Store For Carpeti Matting h ug atlhfeBaa et Store thank all of our pa Iran for patransga and sincerely hope for conUnuanceand remain yours lor good treatment and low Pflc- asRKCKET STOReS 1he cheapest store In the country Stanford and liberty Ky N n hung Wool Hides Feathers Scrap Iron tags topper Rraw Kurt Iloota of all kind and lleeawax to the Racket Store an J get oast or bade r r BLACKLEG DY DR STEELE I1AILEY Blackleg IB classed among the Mur- rains a terra usually restricted to ex tensive outbreaks of disease In cattle Murrains are all Infectious j o capa bio of transmission from diseased to healthy creatures of the same or pcr haps of mauy different species tbo manner and degree of Infoctlousncss varying somewhat In some of the dls orders The best known Murrains aro Anthrax Blackleg or blaok quartcr Cattle Plaguo or Rinderpest Pluro Pneumonia or LungPlague and Tu berculosla or Consumption BlackleJ Is now present and diffusing Itself Iru lently In some parts of Kentucky It- has become Indigenous to some of tb soils In some of the Southern and Western States especially the ann l losses from this fatal disease have bccn 3d great as to equal or exceed the losses of cattlo from all other causes combln ed No specific remedy has yet bccn mggested a seizure means death Happily however wo have an Immu razing agent In Blackleg VaccIne which Is easily procured comparath ly cheaDj and may be easily and IIUO lesafully used by means of a bypo lermlc syringe by any one having or nary mechanical Ingenuity The vIrus fuu been employed by several of tho rogresaivo farmers of Lincoln county Tith satisfactory results Blackleg named by some Anthracc Erysipelas Is an acute infectious ease caused by a specific germ lobe Blackleg bacillus It it obaracterlz by extensive alterations in the part8 effected accompanied by a distension of the tissues duo to the formation of gas It was formerly thought to be dentlcal with Anthrax but Investlg lone have proved that it Is a spccUlc ilscase by bacilli dlatlngulahable from anthrax bacilli Blackleg like An hrax affects wild as well as domestic ted animals and prevails the world ovcr but in some countries more tban there It may be restricted to certain idealities even Iq a county there may ie certain pastures In a given nelgl orhood upon which the disease may ppcar either in the spring summer or In the fall months Moist undral od and swampy pastures are the oncs snaky regarded as inviting to the dl ease but as to any peculiarities of soU othlng definitely known Cattle contract the disease on pastures as do beep and goats Tbo disease is inoculable transml slbn being surely and promptly cffccted by this means and It may be conveyi to many animals either by Inoculation or through tho digestive organs Somo animals asawlne cats dOllS rabbIts and nits enjoy an Immunity Man Is also unaffected by the Blackleg baoi Ius While It is Infectious Blackleg not a contagious disease that is an animal will not contract It simply by com Inll In contact with another As a rule tbe germ is introduced into tbo systei trough eomo wound or abrasion of tbo skin or mucous membranes such as may bo received on the skin from a barbe wire fence or from stubbles or briars tbo pasture or from any hard altar substance which punctures the Hnla of the mouth or Intestinal tract It is said the bacilli do not multiply in the presence of oxygen They do- not develop on parts of the body expos cd to free air such as the skin and mucous membranesthe germs grow In- parts underneath the skin to whlcb- tbo air doesnt bavo access A cbarac terlstlc of the bacillus Is that one of Its- cnds Is enlarged duo to the formatloi of a so called spore a portion of th gcrm surrounded by a shell like substance very resistant to external in fences able to withstand beat cold- lIgbt and even decomposition in a dcalt- body With a sporestage to protee It the Blackleg germ may exist indefl nltely outside of the body and it is dun- cult requiring at least five years of cultivation to eradicate the disease from a pasture which has once becomi IqfcctcdA those Iectcdby Blackleg tbc- agcs between six and 18 months aro- most liable yet animals of an older und younllcr age may hayo the disease Sta tlstlcs in Europe show that 82 per coo of all cases occur from six months to- two years old above tbo latter age the mortality decreases rapidly and be- comos Inslgn cant at the age of four In this countryeven In Lincoln county calves bavo died at tbo age of four or- five months Abovo two years the dl- scase Is exceedingly rare It Is stated by competent obaerven at fullblood or highgrade stock aro- more subject to tho disease than common scrub or lowgrado range cattle- and those rapidly improving In flesh at Is tbo case when they are turned upon- fresb grass in the spring are the ones cdleposcd to attack Ono observer saY8 that poor cattlo that pick up rap- Idly are more susceptible than those wbleh remain in fairly good condition all the time another says that spring calvcs arc mostly affected in tho fall- whcn they are very fatand are changed from grass tQ haywhllo yearling steers are affected in tho spring whoa turned on grass Others attribute the disease to lack of exercise when catlo are upon- Rood grass believing that lactic acid accumulates In tho system and wblch- has the power of Increasing tbovlrul- ence of the Blackleg bacillus Ai lao tla acid ia bound principally in the- musclcfl and la excreted by them thro e their actlvltY there is overy roaso to believe that lack of exerclso while the grass Is fresh and abundant laa tJro disposing factor in the appearance of Blackleg SYMPTOMS Tho symptoms of Blackleg aro so characteristic that tho disease Is casU recognized The first symptoms maybe either of a general or of a local na turn though more frequently of the latter The general symptoms aro blh fever loss oNuppotlto and auaponslo of rummatlon chewing the cud 19110wcd by great depression The most Important diagnostic fa ture Is tho development of a tumor or swelling under tbo skin The swolllng may appear upon any part of the body and limbs except below the knee or bock joint or on the ttlJsfrequont ly seen upon tho thigh and sbouldor neck chest lank and rump At firllt tho tumor is small and painful but It grows multiplies and In a few bours may cover the whole of the body If pressure Is made crackling soundboard Is and percussion gives a resonant sound duo totho collection of gas In Lho affected tissue When the tumor 18 lanced a frothy darkred fluid is dls charged The swellings appear bcforo tho general symptoms and they may reach such an extent as to cause com pletb paralysis of the affected parts while the animal still looks bright and bas a good appetite As the dwe1llnR8 ncreaao in size the general ymptoms lecomo more intense the temperato rots very high rcsperatlon may excced 140 per minute thorn is tram lag of the muscles Which may develop Into convulsions before death TREATMENT This has boon a beta nolr to the vct irlnary profession Treatment Is of no avail All attempts at treating an anI- mal affected with Blackleg throui scarifications or iqclslons into the af ected parts should be abandoned as dan crous and unprofitable It U far letter to destroy the animal as soon tbo diagnosis Is made and burn tbOC6r cass immediately without removing It from the place where it was found If- an animal die In a stable all Utter hould be removed and burned and tbo ileco thoroughly disinfected No scans have been discovered yet bow to radicate the disease from a pasture lemoval of the cattle and rest to tbo land doesnt do It Outbreaks have occurred in this country In pastur rhero no case of Blackleg has occurn d for 11 years and few people can afford 9 keep a pasture unstocked for tbat jngth of time As Blackleg Is a proventlble dlseas fforts should be made to stamp it out vaoIclnatlonWashington a Vaccine has been pn parcd subsequently tested on a larg umber of calves in Texas and othc atlslfactoryIng application to the secretary or a jrlculture Washington Blanks mut first be secured from the departmen upon which to make application forth amount of Vaccine required to vacci nato your herd then this documen must bo sent to tie Congressman of tboI dl strict In which you live who signs and forwards It to tho dcp obscrvaitloaExplicit instructions will sent tbo Vaccine to secure uniformity of op1 eratlon and to assist persons who are without experience in the vaccinations A reliable Vaccine may be purchase gothcr with an outfit from Parkc Davlll ft Co Detroit Mich A hint to- tbo wise issulHcicnt Let every bovlni tweed the ages of six and 21 month be immunized by thorough vtTccinatlon W1ll1beMcCORMACKS CHURCH o20 sacks MrlAany one takes his corn for them to got that which hebasavei for bread instead of his seed corn wblch they took this time Misses Brltton and McClure and Mcesrs McClure and Hagan of Har ihburg visited at MranArsdaleslS- aturday and Sunday Messrs and Willis of Columbia visited B F- Powoll a few days James A Powoll- bus another girl at his house born tbe- 23d Squiro John Bailey of Washing ton county is visiting friends and rela- tlvcs hero and at Turnersvllle Miss olla Hill will go to Maywood on visit Thursday Misses Florence Carter- and Margaret Hill visited at C H- Cartors this week Mrs Roy Spcan- baa returned from a visit to rolatl vealn- Casoy C H Carter and family visited In tbo Lytle section a few days bUss Jennie Lillard president of tbe- Gocbcl Monument Committee ot An- defllon county beard a noise in her fatberls corn crib and arming bcrself- wltb a pistol she proceeded to Investl- gato Arriving at the crib she dls- covcrcd Mat Pleasants a Negro steal lair corn and presenting the pistol at bls bead she forced him to go to tbo- hoUse where she guarded him until officers could bo summoned from town Lye lunatics were sent to the asylum- rrom Fayetto Tuesday tho largest num- bcr on record Tbo premium Saddle and Hnrncss Sta1ll0n 1 18Te DESCRIPTION Foaled 1895 IS hands 3 Incite high weight 1100 pound tnahogllny bay with black olnt a modul lit form IOII leasing that wonderfulatylo character of the Chester Daro family the worldI acknowledges at superior to all Ala homo ho hat already rends a rcputatl winning In Ids class aweopstake from a yearling many bluo ties In lilt three yearolil form he 13 Blue tookIThrough Central U very stylish wltl action und qulto speedy both In harness and ullder Middle Wo bcllevo tho 1s now lit forded nn opportunity to cccurothe lonlce of tho coming young Ion of the day at a price within reach ot all tiring a claw ot when matured that will toll readily on our Eastern market at fancy prices Ice him to himfullytoplreciata the famout Oheller Daro No 10 N 9 H It ho by Illack llnlr rol 6J he mack Kgle Tt ha by King William ho by Washington Denmark be by Gaines he byltace Hone Denmark F S by Imported lledj ford tat Dam Little 0 Wolch311heblUysdlki tat dam dam br Abdallah Messenger 3d by 0111 Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Will make the season of at Lawn Ifre stock farm SK mile West ot Huttonvll Ky on Oradfordsvllle iIluttouvlllo pll At S15 To Insure A Live COltl Uarct traded or parted with forfeits Insurance and money becomes due at time of tuck transaction Mare from a IlIat4nce kept at ti month Graslng bill must lit paid before removal of mare Mares In rusted will receive my attention but I am not responsible for accident or escape OAHPENTEU 10OO At the Warren Russell Stable 4th 8U Danville Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid Hay with black llnta 1S ham ilgh foaled In 1891 Sired by Washington St 1st Dam Italic by 101 3d Dam by Denm- arjcRHODERICH104 Hay Stallion aired by Mambrlro Lograni Oi by Highland Chief lit Dam by Son of Peter Halcorn- Sd Dam by Downing Ray Messenger Uclle the dam of rrcston wal a Eltlat how mare Prtnton lItattracted the at ration ot the public by winning the lItpremIum at tilt Lexington Fair and afterwards at the rich pun of 21000 lor the boat combined stalllou In tho State and afterward at the great St outs Fair where he won liNt prize OTer tho best horses In the United State allO at Kansas City where ho detente tho best hone all fares IAa 8weeptak Exhibition The above It a great abowln after winning all of the ant prizes In Ken icky Ireatou will make the euon at 115 Insure Lien retained on all cells unit saaon Is rAID Call on or address O T BAND1DOK Danville Kv Eagle BirdThe mighty ion of the great King Kagli Eagle Bird alt a ehowValllon baa but tow ltluals lie won the ISOO stake at Lexlng ton defeating some of the grectn bOlllea that Kentucky hat ever piodueed EagleJIIrd at a tire of good colt ilslied hones U not aurpataed JIll aro In demand and are aelllng far high price either for business or breeding pur net Will mako the present leUln at the fable of hit owner r2 mile west of Stanford oa- the Shelby City pike at the low price of 10 To Insure ft Llvlno Golt Iartlnt with thotnaro forfeit tholnsurnace Also at the tame place we will land Ihe- IIno muloJack SWEET WILLIAM At 57 to Insure No better mule Jack will to offered for public service than this one for further particulars address E P WOODS n SONS Stanford lay- OR SALE OR EXCHANGE I wilt soil or exchange for a small farm Iho vicinity of Stanford a houoo and 64 aelOtl of ground on VanAn dale Avenue Stantord known as the Watu Place I 111- 1lell n part or all of It For further partlcu- lau call on or address It E L SIMS Stanford Ky Green RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey COtKy XIHrACnaEII P Jeans Linsoys Flannels Blankets IAnd Yarns HULL CARDING sad or s In any rolor- Our maclilntry l tlnlclm aid all the good IIIlle bj w we nmnut to outwear the product of ny other mills uni made at yard 10 01 wool rrqulred for lard Flannel at ISo J o wool required Plain eyiyic8oi wool required Extra Ilrary TIIII2Yc 0 wool required If oloreil rep or bill a S cu more All Wool 13 Ialr 81b- wool to a nlr King Yarn ivelb IS O- JwOl roiulred to the 2 ore ply Yarn lie lb oa re ulrodtoaldundbopoundextra- ridfor blue or black In yarn at 130 a pound- r Motto High Grade Goods Hard Time Prices neourall home industry UlroenlloymeutLi telabor Vny aend your work dUUuUnllli when you can get a better article at home fur rom llJely the wile price We aoltclt you pa tronge sail guarantee to glte satisfaction In qual Ity of work in prices In fair dealing tiring your Work and we will convince you tat our- claim are not extravagant Wool taken In change hr goods at inarket Write or call aod gat our rouptattrnllontoallingul Agent wanted Wool lid JOud or over freight paid one way We da not any freight on than 101 pounds Uiticrx UIVKII WOOLKX MIL- lShipping Point McKinney Phil Casey Co Ky Isaiah White Ag nt Stanford Ky Our fee returned if we fall one 8Clldlni sketch and description of any Invention will receive our free concerning the patenUblllty of Mine How to Obtain a Patent sent u request Patents secured through us advertised sale at our MEpente Patents taken out through as receive ipecial notice without u TUB PATENT R ceoaD an illustrated and circulated journal conaulted by fanuCclurerillo Investor Send for sample copy FREE Address VICTOR tl EVANS CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D C Young Mulls For Satc I have for unto a voung Durhath hull nd- Young oarflallawayIIUIIIICTT IOVTKIU T IMPORTANT NOTICE To the of Stanford I will titaln ot you with lit manllCrtnl from tare ultllllM ler by Mtaofonl Witrr Ubt A Icy Oo It v following price Iour 110 and ore centadillTerrd for It a than 100 pound 5c er iound Orders ttllrd any hour Lal have the bHt OCCIUL llloek Lump 01 Nat low lt ADo Jlrlrk Utile II terms irecashand MIU mutt tn presented All phone orJcri prouipUr JUlM Ilk MlUlactlon uarautwtl Tbauklnj all yoursPhone PBIini POSTFII I herabj warn all from trctspiwlot 04 for any pitIpM whatever tLAND0IIAF Kdgcr DINK FARMER II n candidate for Jailer subject lo th ae tlon ot the democratic party lie IOjlclt yourtupport JOHN C PEPPLBd It a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln Cuty subject to the action of the democratic ty support It ollclted GOOD FARM FOR SALE I areaI with to sell ptlt the farm I h- 9n Including in Indlol house oU1T1 rot Itcben and cellar and with cistern sad IrItthe door The place It locatnl on the Uanvlll lid Ilakarlls plk1 mile from Daavlll mad Iron lluitont tile Forty ion of tbl farm ID hat in condition soul there ere IT lrN orn land purcbawr wants more land IU Mil blm the entire or 1U acre Ten ull thl For further particulars call raddma P tUNDIlHlK Mlll U TUU K JT T SUTTOK Undertaker oitonville Kentuc OSort hit MrtlM to the popdeofWutUse- ad Casey count Fall mtock of DCsrpnterMaoagerPLEASE READ a January tat tile regular aemlanni ttllng time hat come gone aae meof have not settled wltl- mo Ityoaaruonoof thorn are tar Mtly ruiuetunl to flunklnjc on- and tor 5t patronage and aolldilne ntlnuace Very J II QKKElt M Intoshs Livery F feed Stab lyIcKlnnEY KYf- lood sat reasonable prices Sab riven double and tingle for day of alltb1 If you want to work Casey and adjolnlt COUDtllH McKinney U the place front hones well for fee dayweak or month A share of fur Ill mage FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND S1LE I STABLE ANVILLE KENT CK Hone and Mules constantly on land and- tor tale at all tiror Mason HobeMILS U D SIMPSON Irtr lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds iplond td- tablo Everything BrBtclaM Porter meet all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Keel eonIalltlyon hand a comleto 1100 ot liuggles lluckx nrdi llarnoH ture Ac Agent for Dearlng lovers nn Illadoril and repairs Oliver Chllltd Plows tho boat made always for ale Ctrl on him O RITH HOTEl r FUNlS0 Praprlotc- rAT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY teat Hotel n the mountains ntei ronJoln1 tertiueetalltralna Special attenton to trIO IUOI men Just Like a Mill You tako your Wheat and Cor to Morn Fred Kxchanfro In Wm Daugbrtyt shoe In Branford got In exchange Flour and- Melli You can alto buy Flour foal ItUI Dran Chicken Feed Ac jcheaper at my place than where In town A trla II ill I ask I believe exchange will be- n goorl thing for farmers and I pledge llber III Lranaactlon and full weight My toodc- tome from Dudderara Ulx I or ioUer- MUll and are Bratclan MORRIS KURD Telephone No 08 liTHE LAHD OF THE SKY COUNTRY The mountain tectlou of WeHorn North Cllrcllnu where tho Southern Hallway frosn e tho Mountains U one Iho- mOlt beautiful countries nn earth with cll- matlc advantages second to none Tlt- lcountry II known na TILE LAND OK TJIE- SKY In tllll Land of tie Sky are tullted tho attractive Resorts of Ashevlllu- 1I0t Spring Trvon Illack Mountain etc At these points at well all many othon- thore are superior Hotel accommodations and visitors to title wonderful country And It tall Seasons of the year moot udvuntu KeouAdJacoat to iThu Land of the Sky what Is Known as Tho Sapphire Country which Is reached the Itallwny vIa Athevllle Hondertonrlll N 0 to- Ilrevard N 0 thenceby stage through wonderfully Interesting country The 8i p ro Inn on Sapphire Luke furnishes good ommodatlon Fairfield Inn on air old Lake U a Hotel just completed nnd WIng extensivelyatrailted by ore from all over the Tho average altitude of the Sapphire Country It 3000 feet abovo the Sea Tho country It roost attractive not only as mmer but abu at a Winter and Spring esort jldert and other Information mall hI tree to any address by WM II TAYLOE A 0 II A LouUvlllo Ky 4vrt SprIng190Qt Everything for Orchard Lawn ami danlen The UrompntalIRhulurb and ordlmrlly grown In inch ttaMls uieul lenertl Murwry and rrawllfr- rn1IUlun 10 be had on application tn P 1II1UMn m- JeaJDIIOIl11 WHITE HOTEL M It CAUKIEH WlOlt CORBIN KENTUCKYCl- oxtoPaneoger lltntrtul tbrouihout Rata U pwr day H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call u A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OMoav UcKoUrts Drug Store U th o UulUUif Owall7I R A D2NTJSTI Inone No U Over Illggln A McKlnntyt I MBPeNNYDDS STANFORD KY tVOfflee at RMldenc on Lancaster Street DR R COLD STeIN Tit Celebrated Eye Spccalist OF Louisville Kentucky Will bt at the St Alaph Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23dv- Rtturnlnj ont day in taM month e Sysa Esinhed dad GlAsses SclestSfiwllj t Adjttttoil- lewarr we hue gent r FIRST NATIONALBANK OK STANFORD KY CIlltal Stock 8100000 Barplai I17CS3 61 This i tItuuonoriginallystablhbedasthe1 MltlUuk nfStanford la ISIS then rixirginlicd M the National Dank of Stanford la 1MB anda aln organized as the FlatNational Rank ot Stanford n IIS2 has bad practically anualnUrrupUd nllt actor 41 years It Is better supplied now wit ialllllesfur transacting business promptly and lib lra1l7 than erer before In Its long and banal able aver Accounts ollndlIInwlIduclrleelIrDll- and DiaiCTOll F Reid Lincoln Cot J W HayJen Stanford S Thafa HlUughman J BHocktr II TFUI11 vP1Valton II W A TrlhbllII Ill OolllerCrab Ortbd M J Miller MtVsrnop M DElmorelHtsnforJ oncaas- B Hoc er Presld nt J J McKobetts Cashier incoln County National Bank Capital Stock f100000 ucceasor to Tbe Fanners Dan k A Trust Company and under sauie management ously fur 29 Years olicits Your Bank Account t toping such buslnena relations will prove mutual ly beneflclal cud pleasant DIIlKCTpnSt- J J Williams JB OwslT Br JW Menefee A W Carpenter W H Cuujmtcs J SHfihankt vJK Cash u 11 owtiir- OFFICERS S JI sti hlre1ldtntjl =J aisle W N1IrJbt AMtlCMhUr