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H SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXV111STANFORD r KY FRIDAY APRIL 21 1900 9 AM NO WJIr jNEWS OF THE VICINAGE James Dye aged 83 In dead at Dab noy Iulaski county l Claiborne Taylor hoe boon appointed postmaster utUlaokwator Laurel coun ty Pulaekl county has borrowed 7000 and will do business hcrcaftoron a cash t basis Mr Gilbert Is trying to have a pot olllco established at Ralilo Trap Shel b countyA has been established at Klncbeon Pulaskl county and R W Letter appointed postmaster Smallpox has again appeared In Wayne county There arc three well ddrelopcd cases In tho Klnnuit family In the Dogwood neighborhood Tho Columbia Printing Company of Danville filed articles of Incorporation at Frankfort E W LUlard and Reed Nichols arc corporators Capital lock 57000 W J Murphy recently appointed general manager of the Queen ft Crescent railroad system Is raaklcg a floe record In that position and under his management the road has done better than over before In Us history KiiKStllle Lincoln county L Johnson It having n house built tJbis farm near hero Sam Jono of Mercor preached IV Interesting sermon at tbo Christian church Sunday evening Ho announced that ho would commence a protracted meeting horo May 8 One Mr Saunders a brother of tbo roan who suffocated In the tunnel nt tho time of the Gentry Broil accident was horo last week to learn moro about tho manner of hili brother death C G Dakar returned from George town Sunday Ills sister Mr Henry Meado who bad been dangerously ill having Improved Tbo grip Is still raging In this vicinity Dud Goooh Wm Dye Iko Prlvltt and families aro uffcritr of that prevalent disease Mr W L McCarty hal about recovered l but the baby Is no bettor J A McKee has been very sick for a week or more but improving Mrs Ida Williams of Eubanks vliltod her mother Inlaw and little son Lawrcnoe a few days Elide Misses Clydo Drawer and Odlo Lovalaoo went to Danville Tuesday to visit relatives Mlrs Della Johnson will go to Stanford Thursday and after a paw days stay will visit frionds at Danvllla Junction City and MoKlnney MUs Luollla Johnton Is trimmer In MM 00 Maker mllllnory establish ment A J Lovo ohlef train dls paMber of Lexington vras a guest of Hotel Pen ybl1oker IL M Wnlte ar S wperlntendenl was he e T eday Claude Pennybseker the bright and popular young telegraph operator of Uurg n spent a few days with hie mother here and with his lcIMrl Dan Dlneen at Soeaereet sod has re turned to HurRl Ed Carey SOOI tlan and Everett ChlvotelM were bout from their worst OB the C S It lieEM C r CHURCHES AND PREACHERS The Christian Guide Lu withdrawn lie Wo oiler and of course wo do too tit Mildred oburoh ut Somerset raUt 11JOO to build a parsonage save the Paragon Robert Haswell Jropped dead a WlnfloldTonn whllo on his knees taking sacramanu EvangalUta George I Hals and J M Hunt have jest held u meeting In Tecumseh Okla In which wire were 72 conversion Rev J M Rruoe will preach at La caster next Sunday morning and ova fling Ho half accepted a unanimous call to Mt Morlah Church Meroor county to proaoh tho 4th Saturday Rod Sunday In oaoh month Tbo now Southern Seminary outs oguo makes an oxoollont showing There were 260 students from 31 States nnd Territories 1lvo foreign countries have representatives Drazll Japan Syria Sweden British Honduras Dro Georgo Govvon will begin work with tho church at Franklin Tenn noxt Lords day Ho has Mono faithful work In Konutaky for a number of years nnd wo regret very much to lose him from our work horo Christian Guide Nearly every nation In tbo world and all denominations of Christiana save three are represented at the Ecumeni cal conference on foreign missions which was begun In Carnegie Hall Now York Saturday ExPresident Benjamin Harrison Is Its presiding of llcor The welcome on tho part of tho United States was delivered by Presl dont McKinley Tho sessions will con- tinuo until Moyl Is UILUOHS GIVEII AWAY Itlircrtutnlr gratifying to the public to know of OM concern 10 the Und who are not to be obofUrhingsIJewahbraeerynorCousuwdton Doughi and CnliU Kin awey over ten rail lion trial InttlcuuftbliirMt luedlctuni and havA the wtUfactloa of knowing It hat absolutely cured tbouwnd of hoptlwi caw Aitbma HroncliltU Jlonene and alt diRutII or the rnrol Cheat and Lungs are aural euro by Call on O LLrugglit and talfree trial bottle lUtf iilrilntOoanJJl Etery tottlo guaranteed or price refunded MRS WILLIAM CHEATIUM The handsome lady whose plcturo appears above Is tbo wife of the noted Loulsvlllo specialist Dr William Cbcalbam and was tbo first president of tbo Kentucky Houses of Reform now nearing completion an far as the money Appropriated Is reckoned Mr Cbcatbam Is a daughter of the late James Garrard for two terms treasurer of Kentucky and Is a grand daughter of Gov Gurrard who has tho dUtlnc lion of being twice governor of this State In her younger dav she was noted as one of tbo most beautiful women In Kentucky unit although a grandmother she wan ono at 11 she retains her youthful charms almost un CRAB ORCHARD Thoro Is a vast amount of lumber be tag shipped from this plane Gardorilng and farmlngure the order of the day tho weather bolug favorable for such work Dr and Mrs Stapp of College Home took their pupils to Dlx river today upon a tubing excursion Fruit trees of all kinds are heavily ludenod with bloom and we do sincerely trust there will be a bountiful supply of fruit this year J J 1J rooks desire all tbe contribu tor to tho Goabsl monument fund to bring In their contributions atonooand get thatt ostrtlfloates Mr Phil Petta youngest son of Dr J D Prune and Miss Rule Denton of Oarrard county wore marrlf d In Dust vIII on this 25th by ne r J L McKee After the ocramony they drovo to Crab o NIt a Id where an oleifant reoepikm was awaltlotr them at the home of the proems parente Mr Dullard nod a skis of tile bride ncoowiiwulad them WIN Halite KrtwUioo raid u plea ant trip to Cloolnimtl Prof Miltoo fewtdays friends here Dan Hol man ts nut qaiM to well the past few days MlM fJaiUe Hlftrlai bas lied a vctrenuaeK pf grip but U bettor At this writing Mr Wui Stuart BOH Charles Singleton were summoned ui the bedsldo of Mrs Martha Ann Sic gleton who Is quito of pnoamoala at her daughters In Danville They sometImproved Campbell of Louisville Is visiting the family of Dr J D PottuH Mrs J F Cummin of Stanford and Dr Henry Pnu and wife of Livingston are alsq sp e1lDj a few dye with Dr Pellue nod faintly rsoeptteeplveco The Southern Railway itnnouDoe the following reduoed rates during the month of May from stations In Ken tucky Spring meeting of Now LonUvllle Jockey Club Louisville May 8 to 10 It fares for tbe round trip May 2 to 18 inclusive good to return until 21 Spec pal days one faro for the roundtrip morning trains May 3 10 ond 10 limit ed to two days from date of silo May Musical Festival Loulsvlllo May 1410 One faro for tbo round trip May 14 16 and morning trains May 10 limited May 17 For further informa tion apply to nearest agent of tho Southern Ry or connecting lines W H Tuyioo asst gent pass agent Lou lsvlllo Ky- Everybodys Magazine for May Is out with the usual number of Interesting articles A featuro of tills now magu zlno U that all articles and stories are complete In each number Tho load log articles are explanations of the telephone by Georgo H Perry and Tbo Greatest Ship Yard in tbo World by Georgo Medford Cemetery employees say not a day passes but many strangers call and ask that Gov Goebols grave be pointed out Nothing save a little mound marks the spot It will probably be a year before the monument Is erected Yesterday 20 little girls covered the grave with violets r Impaired Though a leader In society In which the takes great Interest she does not neglect tho sterner duties of lifo but lit lin acllveparilclpantln many charltablo undertakings In Loulsvlllo and render valuable assistance In every onus s the champions She has been of Incalculable benefit to the hoard of trustees of tho Houses of Re form having 01 her appointment ap plied herself to the study of such insti tutions tho best points of which her bright mind and discriminating powers enabled her to readily grasp Gov Bradley made no mistake when ho up pointed her a member of the body POLITICIANS AND POLTICS Gen Wheeler has at last resigned as Congressman This president and Mrs MoKlnley ore al their old home at Canton O Jung Cllnrlll Issued an order that tho Illinois Central taxes b j paid to Auditor Coultor Thu Louisville Dispatch shows Its ignornneo by speaking of lIon Vincent foreleg as Oongreisman James Horsing At a mooting of tbe fusion populists of this State at Louisville Wm J IJrynn wan oedortcd for the presiden Gal nomination Former Congressman William U King was sworn In as a representative from Utah to eueemtd Brigham H Rob stew who was dented his seat Justus O ulll has returned from Pbwolx Arlsona much Improved in health Uvlll be on hand when his brothers slayers are oonvictod William J Samford was nominated for iroveroor by the Alabama democrats his three opponents nil with drawloir durlop the third ballot The Ohio eupremuourt alllrmed tho digbarringJledpdivided a mss with an attorney In a case before him When the leader and director of tho republican party talks about knowing his butlueM he probably means that he Intend to onpltaiiio the republican campaign this year on n largo scale The total amount collected undor the war revenue bill from Juno 3 1803 to March 31 IWO 818Sj405202 a great deal more than Is needed and yet Con preM will not give the people the illizhuwt relief republican oommlttoo of tho 11th 11b mitt ut Loodou und called a die convention to be held at London May 16 to select delegntos to tbo Na tional convention A congressional primary was oallod for Aug Con irreMmun Uorolng is the only candidate se furAt Louisville Judge Evans passed sentence on Crltes Mullen Locko and ONeil demooratlo election ofllcers who worD convicted of having on elec lion day shut out Negro voters at the Woe and Green streets precincts Lou isvlllu Ho sao them tbreo years In the penitentiary at Nashville and 100 fine each Representative Moody of Massachu setts created a stir In the House during tho debate on the Postolllco bill by charging that there had been decidedly Improper relations between the Pneumatic Tube Company and a former member of tho appropriation commit tee For Its methods generally tho company was bitterly assailed and the Housu by a vote of 87 to CO decided to strike from thopoatofllco bill tho entire appropriation for pneumatic tube SOl vice In almost every neighborhood there is some one whoso lIfo has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhooa Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of tbat med icine Such persons make a point of tell Ing of It whenever opportunity offers hoping that it may be the means of saving other For sale by Craig k Hockor LANCASTER Several farmers have been forced to furrow out their corn and plant again Mr J D Morsuon was here Monday In the Interest of the Osborno Machine Company Charley West aged 15 years and n bright boy has gone to accept a position at Lakeland Tho Two Married Men played to a ilOO house Monday night the audience being delighted IC Slier Co sold at Danville four horses at 830 to 125 and bough t three at tOO to 8100 Hon W W Stephenson of Harrods burg was hero this week looking up omo rEal estate titles R K Thompson sold 200 lambs to B F Robinson at 4 He also told the wool to come olT of 170 sheep at 25 CIs Tho Ladles Aid Society of tbe Christian church will servo dinner on May 2Uh first day of the G A R meetingMr H Whittaker has contracted for tbe mall line from this town to Danville and he will run a back with a good team of horses to accommodate the traveling public On Monday Master Commissioner J W Miller sold a house and lot belong log to tbe Randall Dellus estate for 1100 nod 14 acres of land belonging to the Lawless estate at 83580 Mr E W Harris who took the list of children for tho graded school die trlct reports 32J being hn Increase of Mover last year This shows that wo aro Increasing In population as well as eilcrprise In addition to the speakers at the railroad meeting meeting mentioned In last issue Mr A R Denny and Capt William Horndon made telling speeches and helped to convince the people of tbe Importance of working to secure the right of way Mr Harry Leonard wife aud little girl who attracted so much attention here with the McNavln Comedy Co will return here und with homo talent headed by Lotcbor Owsloy and J M Furra give an entertainment the proceeds to bo applied to the promotion of a good cause hero at home Mr and Mrs W B Mason went to Ohio to visit Rev and Mrs H N Faulconer Dr fl M Grant has boon to Louisville Mr G D Swlnebroad is In Knoxville Tenn Eld George Gowen has gone to Franklin renn to tako charge of the Christian church In that city Mr J T Have Is able to bo out again and Is Improving In health Capt William florndon went to Lou isville to arrango about the lino of marob the badges and other matters connected with the G A H meeting to be hold bore May 21 and 26 The Richmond band has been engaged to play on that occasion Tbo finance corn mitten reports that it will bo able to fur nlsh OO and the veterans will furnish 8180 Dr J B Klnnalrd tells me that the Central Kentucky Medical Society will meet two on the third Tburaday in July The local profession Intends to hVrttr the Southeastern Kentucky Medical Society to meet hero the following day Dr J M Mathmvea prom inent physician of Louisville will bo Invited to deliver a popular lecture during tbo meeting A K P banquet will also bo given horo which with tho G A R meeting proves Lancaster to be an attractive point In spite of his troubles President Krugor puts on a bit of style when he goes out for a drive His carriage Of state le preceedod by outriders and ho wears a shiny stovepipe bat not tho latest London block however and a sub of red besides a few medals given him by European nations Joe Pickons who died in tho Ironton O poorhouse aged 80 was noted for being the father of 32 children Ho was married three times and his lost wife like himself died In tho poor house whore they now have three children Miss Caroline Lewis Gordon the beautiful daughter of Gen John D Gordon of Atlanta Ga Is in Now York to make arrangements for her debut in that city as a professional torproter of Negro songs and dialed The 81t anniversary of the founding of the I 00 F was celebrated on a largo scale all over the country yesterday No order has done mnro good or paid out snore for tho benefit of Its membersA ratcatcher was ap pointed by the Honolulu board of health to exterminate the germ carrying rodents Ho ought to send for Ex Reynolds and his ferret The kissing bug is out of date A fierce little Insect called the Probos oldlan Novisparaolum has become the fad which fashionable bug deals with noses exclusively A Chicago jury has decided that woman was not made to work But what would become of thousands husbands If she Insisted oacontormlng- wltb this decision RlFor 4 Cents I In my Store ro Paperprlcc8We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentuoky You see the paper matched up Just ua it will look on the wall and get it at once SuppliesA E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY No 300 Main Street W C GREENING GUSTO TVILLE KY lies just opened and has ready for your Inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL s MERCHANDISE I Including full and comp- letellneofHARjwA E EHe also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons Ac Ho will both buy and man a fact u re 011 and Spirit Staves and is always in tho market for J SHINGLES lIe will exchange his goods for anything that he can convert into money Call on him and take him your produce II Very ThintOr a Very Fat Man Pays the penalty of his size at most clothing stores Not here though Stout and slim sizes in great variety Our new SPRING SUITSAre the best that ever came from the manufacturer They fit our ideas We feel sure theyll fit yours Como here and bring your extra size along and wo will fit It This is the proper time for SPRING TOP COAT We have them Ask to see them Tens Oxfords Silklined all the new things huh Shoes and Furnishings It pays to trade with THE GLOBEYour Money Hack if Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co When You Need Paints Oils QConsult Craig locker Stanford coat 8q E695at A C SINE CONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I I make close estimates on work and guarantee as to work I prmeaesatisfaction mans be attest I ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded during the 15 years that I have been in business here I I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed i Lumber ath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PIIBKDKNT Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and Classified For admission call on MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Lady Principal J A ALLEN fc CO Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY stock of lIulldlng Material Yellow llno Flooring Ceiling nOON Have Blinds now n and all kinds ut Uressed and Hough Lumber ShIngle and IIleeUtGo ng Lo oust Sash Poste Sc We make estfmates on any kind of work wanted Otkce opposite Uri L Cooks lt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 27 1900 W P WALTOIT r SIX PAGES JOHN B TnOMPSON makes a loop plea for barmony and a reunion of the various factions of democracy but la unfortunate InHhe selection of a me dlum to disseminate his vlewsthe discredited dlereputable and subsidized Louisville DUpatcb Democrats willI have a suspicion of any man who has anything to do with that sheet or a thIsIIn It Waivingthing that appears fact however and the further fact thatI Mr Thompsons course during and since the convention has not been such as to commend him to the majority of the party Some of his suggestions are rood especially those advocating are turn to the viva voco system of voile and leaving the selection of the party commItteemen to the people Ho would make an election law entirely non par dean which means that he considers the Goebel law a bad one We were champion of the law not an original but after the court of appeals pronounced it constitutional and the party in convention assembled put the seal of its approbation upon it we became Us advocate and would prefer on account of the name it bears If nothing else to see it remain the law Nothing would than to seethe satisfactiongive us more t party get together but if thoseI who have borne the burden and heat of the day aru to let the tall wag the doe and sacrifice all they fought for to seI cure it we are opposed to paying the prIceIR is BIIClayter man little interview shows he is as mean as reelpublicansthey turned him down a doubt the democratic machine in pow er now throughout Kentucky means to hang Tavlor if possible Backed by a corrupt organization and aided by a fund of 8100000 the leaders in the fight against Tavlor mean to carry every point against him The question now brings on how much evidence In a murder case can be secured with 3100 000 TilE Ohio republicans named Fora ker Gov Nash Gen Dick and GrosJ venor delegates from the State at largej to the Philadelphia convention having declined the honor knowing that he will be the high cockolorum of the convention any way McKln j lays administration was endorsed and of his makinga strong platform wasJ adopted The Bushoell following to defeat Grosvenor but failedI THE republicans are trvlng to keepC the people in ignorance of the tous Porto Rican Tariff bill by makingI no mention of it in their platforms i e Neither Indiana nor Ohio has any ref erence to it but it will cut a big figure In the coming campaign all the samet s The people will be Informed even more fullylhan now how trusts dictate latlon and how McKInley and CongressI dance to any music they make SENATOR QUAY will head tho Penn sylvania delegation to National repub lican convention and as ho lays his defeat in the Senate on McKInley and Hanna bo may show them a thing or two It Is not possible however that he could prevent McKinleys nomina floe for he Is as sure of it In his party as Bryan Is In his What he will do to him afterwards is the thing TUE payment of fat salaries In Cuba and allowances to om ers to put on style will be the subject of Investiga tion by Congress Money Is wasted there like water and the Ulcers are thriving oft the people like those did oft the South In reconstruction days Vote for Bryan this fall and put a stop to the thieveryIIN view of the fact that tbe Ohio re publicans opened tbplr State conven tion with the song We Know our Business the Louisville Times erg gesta that the people will sing a song to Hanna and his crowd next tallen titled We Know Your Game And what we will do to them will be a plenty Bryans star is constantly in the ascendancy Tim Now York Journal which vasaI little cool on Bryan for awhile bas come out strongly for him The Jour nal did a great work for democracy 1800 and will help push Us candidate toI victory in 1000 Editor Hearst has money brains and other resources toI back him and he doesnt mind using money water when he seta his head to ItIAFTER the Legislature of Pennsyl vania declined to elect Quay Senator the governor appointed him to the pos- ItIon The Senate however after a long time to consider the matter voted Tuesday 33 to 32 that bo was not en titled to the seat So Matthew will have to cut and come again JJ TAYLOR denies the story that he and Gov Bradley have had a falling out The fact Is they never had any falling in Personally tbe ex governor re gards Taylor with supreme disgust and only supported him at the 11th hour to keep In line His slight reference then to Bill Taylor as he contemptuously refcrrrd to him In his speeches showed how much against the grain It goes for a gentleman to eupporta mountebank CAN McKInley carry Kentucky again tt asks the Louisville Commer- cIal Well hardly He dUnl carry It before at the polls nor will ho this time The 11th district returns will not be held back to be doctored for emergency as In 1891 OLD Farmer Logan of the LouUvlll Times gives this fatherly advice These be the beautiful days of spring when the sun la shedding his genial warmth and nature her delicious fra grance but beware how you shed your beneficent flannels THE republicans of Indiana nomIna- ted Col W T Durbln for governor on the 7th ballot We had hoped that the honor would have gone to Cbarley Fin ley THERE is nothing new tell about the conspirators Taylor Is still hiding out and the other scoundrels not in Jail are fugitives from Justice THE LATEST LOUISVILLE April 27 830 A M Frankfort agents of telegraph companies are ordered to bring into court all messages sent by persona indicted in the assassination case The Kenton county republicans end contesting delegates to the State convention Ernst and Comlngoro ore rivals Fire on both aides of the river be tween Hull Ont and Ottawa has already destroyed 20000000 worth of property and made 15000 people home ss It Is still burning The Alabama democratic platform for commercial expansion and endorses Bryan C D About Conspirators and Assassins Owing to the illness of Judge Con trill his court was adjourned till next Monday The grand jury will continue in session Taylors wife has joined him at Wash ington and they will likely stay all summer or until an officer brings the boss assaskin back to the scene of his crimeCaleb Powers John Davis Harland Whittaker and Tallow Dick Combs indicted assassins have applied for a change of venue from Franklin to Roberts who Is said to have owned the title that shot Goobel has been summoned to Frankfort He Is a brother of Editor S J Roberts of the Lexington Leader We knew it was a lie when the as sassination press published that John Carlisle had said that the supreme court would turn down Gov Beckham a says ho has not expressed himself tbe premises at all The facts are that Taylor came to Washington to escape arrest in Kentucky and In case a bench warrant was Issued to seek protection here or In New York Since ho has been hereabouts has told all the big republicans that Is as innocent as a child of any complicity in the killing of Gov Goebel and has otherwise worked the sympathy dodge for all U was wothWashn- gton Dispatch The supreme court of the United States is a body of great dignity but there seems to have been no means of ridding It of the Kentucky farce Courts might take shorter routes than they do sometimes to dismiss matters over which on the face of tblsgs and within the comprehension of everyman of common sense common honesty they have no jurisdiction nquirerBRIEF NOTATION Louisville bas 120 policemen Mulr station on the K C burned loss 1500 Fire destroyed tho town of Panuca Mexico causing a lose of 2250OOOI David Booker of Clinton county claims to have found a gold mine onI his farm Tbo Indictment against oxCongress man David G Colson for killing Luther W Demarce was dismissed Three persons were burned to death and three severely injured In a tenet house fire in New York Henry Haywood of Peru Ind took overdose of morphine because hIs year old eon came homo drunk Two special trains bearing 1000000 pounds of canned bacon for the army the Philippines left Chicago Fiftythousand children in Vermont subscribed a cent a piece and presented Admiral Dewey with a fine watch Thirtytwo young sawbones will be graduated by the law department of Central University at Louisville today Henry Robinson of Charleston S C fell dead when told that his wife had been badly hurt in a railroad wreckCapt Chester of the battleship Kentucky says that the presentation of the sllVer service can nqt take place until the end of June IXz EII ispJaty Y l f FOR ft RUSH BUSINESS j Every line and department in our store arp filled to its utmost capacity This week we cap the climax of special offerings in a BURST OP EXCEPTIONAL VALVES that bring the Seasons needs within easier reach than ever before The Spring and Summer stocks have rounded out to the fullnses of their power I Domestic 10 yards of the following brands of Calicoes Indigo Blue Simpson Gray Gray Light Shitting Prints and Fancy Calico 3oGood Apron Checked Ginguanu worth 6c special price 4 jc 50 Pieces of Falcom lOe Percales put on special sale at 5e Checked Shirting Cotton Corker brand worth 7c special price 4jc 20 Pieces of Outing Cloth worth 7c this week 6c- Yard Wide Bleached Cotton worth 6Jc this week 4c Shoes Misses Half Shoes ICa to 28 BOc quell fy special price 25c Ladies Black Oxfords 75c quality special price 39c One lot of Ladies Sample Shoes worth 150 to 2 special price OSc Ladles lace turned sole Shoes coin toe stock tip black or tan worth f3 spe clap price flUS Mens Tan Shoes worth il60 special price OS- cMens neat dressy black Shoos In lace or congress worth J150 special price OSc Mens solid leather dress shoes lace or congress worth 175 special price fl19 Mens Patent Leather Shoes coin toe lace good style the proper thing for full dress worth 3 this week only 125 Mens Plow Shoes as low as 7Sc Notions Ladles Corset Covers 15c quality spe A Clifton W Va man ate 32 hard boiled eggs In an attempt to commit suicide but the doctors saVed him by a surgical operation Capt Oberlin M Carter who robbed tho government of 1000000 11 yea the in a parlorago was taken to pen car yesterday On account of the prevalence of smallpox the board of health has ordered the discontinuance of all public meetings at Paris The Kansas City Times has offered a handsome premium to tho person who shows the best and cleanest lawn In Kansas City July 4 In a labor riot In Chicago one man was killed and seven others were Injured The man killed was a striker who led an assault on nonunion workmen of W SwarehouseThe big tobacco Matthews d Sons at Louisville was totally destroyed by tire entailing a loss of stock and buildings estimated by tbe firm at 8250000 battle between factionIn a pitched at Caylor Lee county Va William Bowles and William Button the re- spectIve leaden were wounded und Button will dIe The fighting lasted two boors It will be 10 days before the LL N will be able to resume tralttc over Puts cagoula bridge Many doUltuto fami lies are being found In the flood dis Heavy rains are trict of Mississippi still falling in Texas representing the republican Gov Bradley minor State ofllclals prayed an appeal to the court of appeals from the judgment of ouster rendered by Crcuit Judge Cantrlll Attorney General Pratt did not appeal Thomas J Hunter formerly auditor of the Atlanta te West Point railroad the penitentiary for was sentenced to five years for embezzlement He was arrested In Morocco where he fled when tho shortage became known Because the Chicago Dewey day re viewing stand was built by nonunion labor It Is said that union leaders will have the crowd on the stand photo graphed and that every business man found In the group will bo boycotted The Royal Arcanum was organized In 1877 and now has a membership of 200 000 Ohio has 13000 members and Hamilton 1400 Since 1877 the fiOOOOOOO In death assessments order has There were 3500 appllco lone for membership In the month March and costs for A man was lined 8100 house keeper In beating a carding Lexington The attorney for the do ante claims that tho laws protecting hotels ani boarding houses Is unconati utlonal In that it le class lellislatlon- and It Is probable that a test caso bo made of it + dry cial price lie 25o quality peclnl Ilf Ice lUc 35c quality tpecinl price 2lc Lot of Ladles colored Kid Glove regular 75c quality special pr this week 49o- Ladles 1 colored Kid Gloves sheds price filc- Ladles and Mines ccamlcsa black hoe 5c Ladle aeatnlpfs black and tan live drop stitch regular 16c qua ity fpeels price e Pearl Buttons worth lOo only5o per dozen Ladles Illbbcd Vests worth lOc spec nl price Ic 3 Paper Pins 5c Ladles Swiss Hlbbed Vcs s bleach or unbleached taped neck and sleeves worth it5c special price 8c Columbian MIMa One Jersey IllbVwil Vests for Ladles sic quality special price 16o Ladles Muslin Gown Insertion Ynsaa- neck nicely trimmed with Into worth 76e special price 180 Ladles White Skirts nicely trframwl In Hamburg regular price 730 BBeeiV price Wet Ladies Corsets 5 Hook Summer Corset worth 100 spe cial price 24c o Hook Heavy Corset 40c quality ape clal price 24c A few sues In the 11 Century Corset to dole at ISc LOUISVILLE STORE IA McMlonville Tenn Jobn Watson and mil Brown both White and Sonnle Craig colored were hanged on the same scaffold for murder The hanging took place inside n Blockade Watson and Brown died quickly their neck being broken while Craig died from strangulation In three days lighting against the forces of Gen Young lu North Luzon the PlUlploo lose was 883 killed nod Young loss was two killed und four wounded A baualiou of the 40th In fantry lu Mindanao lost yvo killed ulldI11 wounded in ann altllnut in the rebel loss was M killed and 18 tured and wounded CALUWKLL L the Dan me shoo dealers and moats lurnubors blU adopted a novel and extensive mode of adverlUlng Their agent was hure this week and left with our etlluns a lot of beautiful waiters Rev O car ummer of tndlunapo it will begin Sunday week to preach for the new Cuiupbellltes in the lit ldei room on Lancaster real The now fair association offered the old association 86600 for their grounds at Danville but the otter was declined William Henry Jones of Barren county is a ropnblicun candidate for Congress in tho Third dist- rictWANTED Walnut Logs Lumber and Trees Addniki 0 U MKNGEL Jit k DUO CO Loulavllle Ky IHAVEA Fine Shorthorn Bull Which I will stand at my place H mUll from the CourtIIollMo on the Uroharil Service too 81 In advance Cult gust anteed W O SHANKS STAimmii KY LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgcville Ky line on hand 7O Good Grayliiu IIvlf urn In three mile of Stanford Win ell all1 number man may want in ESTRAY MARE Strayed from my pasture Sunday Evening April M ono bayor light brown ally three ears ald white on hut Shod All round no cork on front shoes voy small foot for an nnlmal of her site paces and goes running walk and carries a high Kill has tear on Inside of left hoof from ravel reIcelvotlIn deliveryJ 0 MQWiibiiTHt Orub Orchard w Ladles Short waist corset In Pink and lime worth The tllec1 prce4- 80Clothing We arc Ml the top In this line Let It suffice in say we hMO the largest bet assortment and lowest prlc J stock C nlra Kentucky Tho proof of ho pudding is hewing tbe bag It See our line and we will convince you in a toe minutes of the truthfulness of this aster lion Mens black cay worsted Pants worth 81 60 special price OS- cMens nilwool Hoe Skin Joins Pant worth f 60 specla price 70c Boys Long Pants In Joins worth 71u ecclal price IBo Boys Knee Pants 190 Boys a wool Knee Ianti worth 7Cc Fpcoial price 4di I out rain n chance At the big lice of all wool will Pants that are womb f260 Iiltell1tll1oor sole distributors flf the celebrated butches Trousers sold udder a mflH y guarantee Shirt Waist Silks Bluest kneaded Silk IOe quality papal rice 27o 10 Piece of Slilrl WaIst Silks worth rae your deice Me iwr yard 10 IVWH of Silk In plaid and striped 5c quality special price Ihii wteV 29c Ladies Dress Skirts I Wo Imvo the largest and the most tom title line over tbowu In Stanford 60c to ti Dress GoodsIIOur shelves are stocked with the bttt of things in the Drew Goods line ryusn lily quality style brightness and beau ty with never neglected low prices All go to make up safest attractions of this department All goods fe bought direct from importIng brokers in the East and the middle maps profits are saved you reap thrlbenefUs Gents Furnishings 1I Everything In the bOlt of 1laln and Fancy Sblrt Hosiery Suspenders Un derwear Collar sail Culls Neckwear Collar Huttoni Cuff Dutton Ao 2 Bards Collar Buttons 50I25 Down Mens Silk finished StupenItiers manufactured to sell fut 860 special price iSo- 51enafancy seamless J bole wwth iOe ipcolal prfeo bOo 1 Doom Socks for 4Sc 10 Dozen hour wurk shirts fcr then worth 400 sp eclal prieo 8e Mens H atslWe have thorn In Huekeyo Pain and Hough Straw Linen Ciaih Wool Far Silk Alpine ahajtes Stockman shape n- It ajapra and every block coutrotvaWchIn stiff Yale We have them J5c up SHLINGER BR0SfT D Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Of Newark New JcrHcy ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 0941971778 Liabilities 01 8iO7072dj Surplus 525GOJ22 The IJinl P IIay Tbe Rest Company Annual Dividends Helene placing yciur ap pllcailcatlon for Life Inturanc see IR B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky Our 1ollcy Holders u3tS0000000000000rJ05tStSt37SbOtSfS roxixroooooo 0 ERTto g 0 a o DRUGGIST STANFORD g 0OIEttA0 HOUSE IIIOCK g oo0Slatotal Attention Given to the Compounding of Ireielpiloni Bcleotlfleally g 0andwith Care 0 o Terms Cash Telephone No 27 o 0 Oilico Long Di tance Telephone 0- o c 000000000000000000000000000000000000 BIG STOCK OF f 0 11att1it g t AT 12 12 18 25 30e PERYARD wEe PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky A Special Effort In Ties English Squares Imperials FourIn Hands Strings And All Others WE LEAD IN NECKWEAR I Let us Show it to Y- ouCALDWELL LANIER DanvilleIThe Leading Shoe nnd Furnishing house of Danville wwi Ya THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KV APRIL 27 IQOO nt W P WALTON 4LOUISVILLFI11 CIsS OUBATnSTBlIUNO MBETINO EVEn HELD IN rNTUCKY UBOlNNINd MAY 3 ONLY ONt FAitI FROM IIFflK FOrt TUB nOONDTHU INCLUDING ADM18- fltONTOOUANB STAND Beginning on Derby day May 3 ono ol the grontcst race nicotine ever hold In Kentucky will bo given at the fora ode Louliflllo taco coUrse Elovcn stakes Including tbo Kentucky Derby worth 10000 will bo run during the 15 days All the crack boric In the country aro engaged In these stakes IncludlDK Lieut Jlbion Dangle John Bright Llobcr Karl Pink Coat Jean 11Deraud Rush Klllaibandra lilt Lordship Farmer Clears Anna Bale Streamer Way and Mean Flaunt Avenitoke The Rush F W Urodc The Lady In Blue Cambrian Iand many other Nearly 1000 hones are now quartered at Churchill Downs Insuring largo flclJs and exciting con Lest There will be five or moro races each day with liberal added money All tbo railroads have put on cheap excursion rates the round trip from s Stanford being only ono fare This alto Include adrolnlon to tbo grandstand each railroad ticket having a coupon attached which can bo exchanged for a badge at the gate This li the cheapest raw over offered from this point and a big delegation will leavo hero on Derby day to take advan I t oolltTbo will be run on the open log day Thursday May 3 and will bo followed by the Debutante Stake Turf Congress Handicap Bluegrass Stake Clark Stake Mademoiselle Stakes Fehr Stake Wenonah Stake Pre Kon1tueleJarts the biggest cvenu run Wen J0n Saturday May 12 the Gen tlemen Cup race will be run r TUB CONFRDEKATB VETERAN Low club rates given with the INTE 1160jan publlibed by S A Cunningham at Nuhvlllo Tonn Is remarkable Its circulation of 81 Issue monthly ag gregated to January 1000 1102432 cople Average for 1893 7ttS3 1801 10137 1895 12016 1890 13444 1607 lfl175 1803 19100 1899 20166 Sub icrlptlon for the Veteran wilt be ro cowed at this office It and the INTE malt JOURNA wilt bo soot for a year i at the club rato of II Dy appllca lion to us copies of the Veteran will bo gent to our veteran friend who are un able to cubicrlbo W P Walton C40ScENto PLATCAUps = Wo have Just received a now lot of scenic playing earls Each card bat an exquisite engraving of a bit ol teen cry along tho line nnd4hero aro 63 dif i ferent scene Similar cards can not bo bought for less than II per pack The denomination ore shown In small totter and figures In tho corners that persons who do not play cards can j arrange them In groups and frame them making very pretty picture Send 300 In cash or stamps to cover cost and postage and a deck wljl bo mailed to your address George W Barney Div Pat Agent Lexington Ky IY Low RATES TO THE NORTHWEST Tickets will bo told by the Monon roto from LouUvltlo to polnla In Arl 1zona British Columbia Colorado Ida Manitoba Mluhlean Mnno Bota Montana Nebraska Now Mexico North and South Dakota Utah Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming and return at one faro for tho round trip plus 12 on Tuesday April 17th flail rato for children between 6 and 12 In cluelvo Tickets good for 21 days re 1turning Full particular of your 10 agent or cheerfully furnish cd with maps and schedules by E IL Bacon D P A Louisville Ky KEMAHKAI1LE QUItE OF RHEUMA TISM KrNXA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her lied for over a month and rendered her unable to walk a stop without assist ance her limbs being swollen to double their normal sire Mr 8 Maddox Insist ed on my using Chamberlains Pain Balm I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has not bad ft similar attack kinceA B TAB ISONS For sale by Craig Hock or SIECIAL RATES TO WASHINGTON DOTbo Chesapeake te Ohio wit eel round trip tickets to Washington 20 to 21 at ono faro for the roundtrip good returning until May Uet on account of tho meeting of tho Mystic Shrlnors Keep these dates In your If you aro going to mako a trip East George W div pass agent CtL O Ry Loxlngton wonKina HidiiT ARID DAY TIle builett asdnalihtkitlittle tblig that ever wu a I Every pill lIa angarcotdglohuofh alth changes weikncw Into mental wonderfulWin tog Into rower They r In building the health Only 23c per box toad by Penny DiuggUt One of the most successful but leant known cooperative associations that A 1nrmerof the ltockwell- farmers which has Ausoolationjust completed the eleventh year of Its existence Its re port shorts that Inst year was Its most prosperous The association says the Chicago Tribune consists of farmers In the vicinity of Rockwell la Eleven years ago there was a firm of brothers In tho neighborhood that grew rich so rapidly by buying the produce of the formers and selling them supplies that the latter resolved to secure these profits for themselves They formed a co operative association selling stock to- farmers in four townships In barellI of ono dollar each no man lowed to own more than three shafts Tho association built an elevator and begun the business of marketing the grain and hog of Its members and sell lug them their supplies A unique pro vision in the constitution has been the bulwark of the association The mem bars ere paid onefourth of a cent more than la given the seller outflde the so defy and members are compelled to pay onefourth of a cent commission on all grain they sell to competitor Tbo manager pays the highest price possi ble based on Chicago quotations and If any competitor offers higher prices the members sell to him and pay the commission Into the Issoclntlon Thus the associations member always have a market where they can get the highest prices or else the competitor must pay more than the mar ket price to the benefit of both the as sedation nail Its member As are- lull the farmers have actually always received from onehalf cent to 1V4 cent more for their grain than do the farmers in neighboring counties The goods sold by the association are at prices from 20 to 25 per cent less than at regular stores In nearby towns The association has grown until It new has 500 members and did over 500000 business lout year The success of the association Is due largely to the excellent management of Its attain and also to the fact that public sentiment prevents a break The two or three farm ers who have sold grain to outsiders without paying the commission hove been ostracized socially Its profits of course are due to the fact that the middleman Is eliminated and Its man agers are content to work for merely nominal salaries The wreck of most cooperative associations lots been due to bad management and the lack of sound principles the conduct of their affairs When the war and all that has been associated with It comes to be summed up comments a London paper It will be found that the part which women have played In it will be by no means an insignificant one It has often been said by those who love to tease women that it is perfectly ridiculous of them ever to alk of equality with the other sex nnles they are pre pared to dare all that becomes a man and take their slam of soldiering with him nut when she present campaign Is over and the work which had been done one way or another by women Is reviewed If Indeed all that they have done Is ever fully known and rev ognised the champions of the sex will certainly be able to retort that though they may not have worn khaki uniforms and handled leo metforls and forded rivers and stormed with shot and shell yet they have In I1lf1 feront ways taken a Very active and Important share In tho campaign It is reported that a number of wealthy sportsmen of Bridgeport Conn have sent to Kansas for 00 dozen quail As soon as the burls urrlvothoy will be taken out in hAtches and liberated at various points in the surrounding country They cost a dozen and it Is expected that when liberated they will be easily able toImaintain themselves Qualls mate produceeach during the Summer and early fall The Bridgeport men think that about 00 per cent of the young will WilliboThe New Yorkers have a queer Idea of what constitutes Insanity A wealthy woman who made a formal call the other day clad in her night gown is put down as Insane while a woman who named her twin boys Rob ert Vapid Transit Ilehrend and Wil liam Rapid Transit Behrentl is credit ed with the possession of normal rea soning faculties Two miles from Stuart Va on the farm of J W Robertson stands the famous Robertson tree the parent of all apple trees of that name In the United States It bears a large red apple which keep well and it has pro duced at one bearing 85 bushels is about 80 years old and is still bearing Twin boys born In New York on the day the great new tunnel was started have been named Robert Rap- Id Transit and William Rapid Transit The run on living war heroes has sub- Sided An exchange Informs us that an at tempt to evade tine payment of one cent toll on the Berks and Dauphin turnpike has just cost a rich Penn sylvania cattle dealer ten dollars Without Prejudice ify man urged Rev Mr Goodley can I not induce you to come into church 01 now boss Ier tho poor tramp stammered I hope you have no prejudice against the church the good man continued eagerly No unpleasant recollection of your past suggested 0 nol I aint got no grudge agin the church Mine wuz a homo wed din Philadelphia Press I net of Hope lie was dying from the effects of smoking too runny campaign cigars To those who wept at his bedside ho argued in a lofty spirit of philos ophy that death was Inevitable When you give a man rope enough he exclaimed hll doom Is at once sealed My fate If it shows anything In particular simply shows that he has not necessarily to hang himsclfl Detroit Journal Prunes Had Kmptlae poUUcaIthey declare Whlrh bid the sojourner beware Hell have his hands full that U plain And when hes sallied with the light lIe pauses often to complain Jill pockets all are empty quite Washington Star pnBtmilclc Wuz yen sick when yer learned ter smoker Vux I tick Say I wuz so sick dat Id redder bin In school N Y World A Savlar Grace Count that day worse than wholly tot Iletween whose suns there ha not crossed Tour face and lingered for awhile The cheerful sunshine of a smile Elliott Magazine A Quotation Mlstah Johnslng V am de sweet rat gal heah Miss Darknltel Miss Dnrknlte Now Mlstah John sing yo die stop dat talk 1s blushln I knows I 1st Mistah Johnslng Deed yo aint honeyyo am de kind ob a flowah dat am bohn tub blush unseen Ohio State Journal Prompt DecUlon- He In describing his joumeylngs Then leaving Gibraltar I made my way to Australia and from there I went to the diamond mines in South Africa where I made my fortune Then do you follow me Miss Crynkle She with a vivid blushJFo the worlds end Mr Rocksworthy Chi cage Tribune Would Like to Kxperlment What do you think of this con troversy as to whether marriage is a failure he naked for want of some thing else to say I dont know anything about It she replied but sin added hastily I always was fond of experiments Chicago Post Hr Needed Iwiint the Indulgent father as wheat IPerbnlCI replied the candid friend of the f mllyjwhoknew the young man hotter and wheat he wont be thoroughly good without n thrashing Philadelphia Press Tim Mrnn Thing Tho color of my hair Isnt fashion able this season- j Its too bail dear But perhaps they will be wearing pray hair next year and then you will be In fash Ion againN Y World Oumb Preferred New Hoarder I pose you lIke boarders who will cat anything tlnnfa grumbleI Id a sight ratter theyd grumble and no- teatN Y Weekly ISOllrIrnite have refused him to her as sweetly as he did to m- elJruWell he ought to have It down fine by this time Practice you know makes perfect Chicago Daily News She Tell the Truth Once In awhile when a girl declares that she doesnt know how to sing people keep on urging her until Ibo tries and then they wished that they had believed her Somervlllo Journal Just the Thing Mrs BIgbcc Ivo bought a whist tablenlgberNo youll have something to talk over with your friends Town Topics A Comer They say said Mrs Oldrox that Mr Wlsherley Is a coming man I should say he wens her husband snarled Hes been coming every night ever since Mabel got back from Florida Chicago TimesHerald Look the Part Miss Dunk says she feel as free na- B bird In her rainyday skirt Well she looks like a jayChica- go Record A Suspicion Father Baby Is smiling In his sleep Yes hes dreaming of collo and that hes making me trot up and down the room with lnlmCblcego Record C CHATTANOOGAS GREAT SPRING FESTIVAL Low rates via Queen Crescent The spring festival to be held In Chat tanoogn May 712 promises to be one of the greatest alTalrs of Its kind over witnessed There will be grand street parades Paine display ol fireworks music and military entertainment In connection with the street faire to wblcb this year le added a reproduction of the great Worlds Fair Midway Plalsance replete with entirely now features One fare for the round trip from all points on the Queen A Cres cent between Chattanooga and Lexing ton A visit to this historic city should not bemUsed Thocommlttce In charge is arranging every possible meant for entertaining tbo visitors As to further particulars regarding rates etc call on your ticket upenfor address O L Miti hell D P A Chattanooga Tenn C W Zell D P A l Inclnnatl 0W C Rlocareop O P A Cincinnati Ohio r RED HOT FROM THE GUN walk bll lust hit O U StMulran of New irk htkb Ia the Ciro war It horrible Vint that treatment helped for 20 yetra Theo liuckltni Arnlr Salve cured him Cure CuU Urultet Dune llolli Felons throe Skin Eruji Lions heel 1Ile CUM on earth I5c tax Cure guarau eel Hold by renny UrucgUt DOUBLE STANDARD Will make ttietea of 1900 one mile North of Danrllle on the Lexington pike at 112 TO msmu A LIVING COLT brS1oewallJsrkononeld3rd dam by Stop tluuard thoroughbred 11ocbpurMkeoa he by llVeowarll61 Double tandard is li2k hinds bleb bnuUlullOrreloaa ed In He baa fine bone end ankh and will allrtcl attention In soy company It one Illark Squirrel rery bett aont end a full brother to K n lucky KlogKS wbotoldforllDUOat an ungalled 2 oldIetungefurnlhedatf2permonth Care taken to prerent accidents but not retpontlble should my occur Lien retained on roll to secure stud ureicM u WFHIUER DANVILLK Kr TilE FRENCH COACH STALLION QUASIllnltterr l in Frecch Coach Stud Dook of Amer- Ica ho 2127 tltoln Itfnubllqu Krancalte Harat Natlonaux No izvvi winner of the lint prise at the National CnlTcnal Expntlllon In IS97 sail In lalportedbbJablebIDApril 2SIS94 lirvd by Lemeland of Commune ef HubertTllI Department of Lamirchl tired the nrernmot tUlllon Franw dam Chalnianll by Ie QUillpedlJTMnrUlnatlng Irom a crow of the pure Arab sires crowed on Kormandr mare sa ancient saddle retdjllrerbaellIo QUASI will tusk the present season of at m arm miles from Stanford on tbellIUIOOYIUpIIllIL 110 the Souon Money Daa When Services are tendered or 815 to Insure It living Cull Mare kept at Me per week IVr wail attention given but no retponilblllty for cldcnu Item DORSEY iOLDDUSTI y No 12012 The producer of line road and dial that Ire now In demand at good prletJUmake the season At SO to insure a Living Colt EOSaOEA good Mule JicV will stand at f7 to Intur a lie ing roll Jersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes sodhiworldsFairmany honors Will terre cur at 6 each won y pilelcgelen glean but not relnmibl for acclde tk F KEIl STiMOBU KV Red quirrel Jr No 81 N II S bytedNo SS FlrtUdam by Green Mountain 2nd fthooughbredThis be cne of the best breeders of fancy horses la Ken lucky always them tine size and n SquirrelbasaltedUo will make the season ut our stable Stanford at 10 to Insure a Live Colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or maro U parted with HEAZLEV Sub Stanford Kr English Hunter Combined bay stallion IS hands high both hind ankles white Sired by ABDALUAII MESSENGER First dam the William Luck saddle music by navy Crockett son of Dennys Drennon by Imp Drennon Snd dam by Highlander Abdallah Messenger sire of English nun ter U by Messenger Chief sire of Muud Messenger 2ilO l English Hunter has proven to be tho best sire of One size and high styled saddle hones In tine country- I will stand English Hunter the season of 1000 at my stable tour miles from Stanford on Crab Orchard pike att10 to Insur6 a Living Galt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with A C DUNN Stanford CLEVELAND make ThU line jack will the aeaion of 1900 at my SianNM97 to Insure a Living Colt 15yhandtine breeder lie was bred E U Uallard Madlwntbenotedbreederol floe Jacks and be pronounces him one of the float In tbl country cola ton exhibition at my It SALLEE Slanlord Ky NgBOTH10016Standard 1 Walilngbam 218 sire of Latitude 24734 sod many other In the lat Wtltlogbani Kabothi sire a a son of Ueorge Wilkes 919 Flat dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc son of HambletonUnanddreof Elaine 220 lit dim of Norlalne jnrliou record 231 Second dam Vta sister to James Howell Jr by Hambletonlan tire of Dexter nY Third dam Jessie Bayre by Harry Clay 45 sire ortb dim oSt Julian 2li BoJIne 318 and II others thatjiare produced 230 trotters alto sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth daut by Liberty son ol Lance by Amer lean Edlps- eNorsNaIoth U a bar hands high foaled June 24 188 Uls pedigree contains blood of Hambletonlan U urge WlUti ilituUino Wilkes Pilot Jr sod Harry Clay WlllStaBiAtSlStoInsttraa Living Colt Will make no charge for season If the toll prore not to be salable at telling time I will also stand two lack at S3 to InJure Mare grazed at W per month which In all cases must be paid before they are taken away Care U ken to prevent accident but not responsible tbould any occur J Ky Eagle Bird Tbe mighty son of the great King Eagle Eagle Bird as a show stallion has but few equals lie won the 1500 stake at Lexing groatesthorses highfinishedare In demand and are selling for high prices either for business or breeding pur poses make the present season at the stable of bis owners 3 mullet west of Stanford on the Shelby City pike at tho low price of ISIO To Insure ft Living Galt Parting with the mare forfeits the Insurance Mao at the same place wo will stand the One mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM At e1 to Insure No better mute Jack will be ottered for public service than this one For further particulars address E Po WOODS 8 SONS Stanford Ky 19OO At the Warren Russell Stables 4th St Danville Ky PRESTON 922 VOL 2 flay with black points J5i hands high fouled In 1801 elred by Washington 51 let Dam hello by Rhodcrlck 101 3d Dam by Denm- arkRHODERIGK 104 liar Stallion sired by Mambrlno Lcgrand 07 by Highland Chief fit Dum by Son of 1elers Unicorn fd Dam by Downlngs Slay Messenger Belle the dam of 1regUni was u great show in u re 1reston first attracted tho nt tenllon of tho public by winning the Ural premium at the Lexington Fair and afldr wards at Richmond winning the rich purse of 81000 for tho best combined btullloii In tho State and afterward at the greet St Louis Fair where ho won first prize over the best horses In the UnIted States also at Kansas Citywlteru ho again defeated SweepstakeExhibition after winning all of tho first prizes In Kentucky Preston will maim the season at SIS to insure Lieu retained on all colts until season Is ruu Call on or address 0 T SANDIDQK Danville Ky At Travelers test Stock 1anu near Shelby City Kr King David 1442 VOL IV Combined tuition dark chestnut with a stripe In here one whit fool full hand anti weight nearly 1200 pounds hired by King Squirrel 020 son of flack Squlr rel let data by Stonewall Jackton Jr 2nd dim by Bay Messenger Id dam by young Charley Morebcai Will mike the season of 1900 at SIO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the big Ja- ckEMFEROR 27 Of Governor Wood 33 Daiu Mill Hob Black with white points 16j hands high and weigh 1150 pounds Will serve at flO for Jcnneti sail Jfor mare to Insure a living NIt Wes retained on all cola until eaua money Is paid Farting with were or 1logebebere fuef Its insurance Care taken to prevent accidents but not respon tlble thould any occur o rill It 1150 per month awayf especially their produce which show for themselves I 8 TEVIS Shelby Cty Ky DfiDENSBURBB787 Record 22334 trill 222 Chestnut tUlllon ts4 hands high bred by Dr L Herr Lexington Xy By Mnmbrlno Pntchon 58 Sire of 2 of the dams of 130 Including Ralph Wllke 20IJ Crawford 207JJ Conttantliie 21234 Jupe 2lj de sons have tired over data Yaricty dam of Ogden burg22 9M1 Orange Blossom S33 2264 2 damMbl Mlddletown f tire of and the Jim toflS In 230 ton ol Ilambleton Ian 3 dm by Trampers Dell founder ORAXUE BLOSSOM 234 tire OrangeCblel 21SK eight otben and tbe claw of Red Blossom 224j Ac by Jllddlstown dam Nellie loot dam Of Orange Dud 22iyd by American Star Ae Will Stand at 410 to Insure a Living Colt Will Also Stand A Jack at SS To Insure At my stable on the Somerset pike near Stanford The premium Saddle and Harness Stallion M S BAUCHMAN DIGNITY DAUB DeSCBiPiiox Foaled 169J IS hnds Vt mahoganybaysessing that wonderful style characteristic of the Chester Dare family which the world acknowledges nl superior to all AI a show horse he has already made a reputation winning In his data and sweepstake from a Yearling many blue ties In his three year oldform ho took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he It very stylish with great action and Is quite speedy both In harness and under saddle believe the public Is af forded an opportunity to secure tho service of tho coming young stallion of the day at a price within reach of all alrlrg a class of colts when matured that will sell readily on our Eastern market at fancy prices See him to fully appreciate him IEDioiitE Sired by the famous Chester Dare No 10 N S Hit he by mack Squir KlogWillIamhe by Gaines Denmark 61 and he by Race Hedgetord5307 A S U he by William Welch 311 he bv Itysdlks Hambletonlan 10 Wclchmonta lit dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2863 2d dam by Abdullah Messenger 3d by Gllli Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Will make the season of 1910 at Lawn Mere stock fang 2H milts West ot IlustonvllletIy on Ilradfordsvlllo d At 15 To Insure A Live Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insurance nod money becomes due at time of such transaction Mares from a dlxlanco at 82 per month Grazing bill must bo paid before removal of mares Mares In trusted will receive my personal attention but I am not for accidents or escape 0 0 CAIUENTER OKLAHOMAr A chestnut sfalllonmeasuring 164 hands and weighs 1500 pounds Is a horse of fine carriage and perfect hi disposition He will be shown In Stanford next Court Dsy- Oklahoma will wake the season at my homo on tbe Hales Well Road two miles South of Stanford At 410 to Insure a Living Colt 0W- ill also stand my ja- ckIBTJID HT 6 TO INSURE Bud Is by Billy B of Winchester that has never been boat In a show ring E E PATTEESON Stanford Ky GALTOW 12910 KcaisrcaKD Sired by i9 Ire of lulnette20t LottleLorlne21d4 and 90 others In the 2 30 First dam Daisy Field graudam of Alice Wilt217 and AlealU 1It two year old bf En lIelll Ire ohlx 10 2 of the dams of O III 230 or better JrlreoJand of the dami ui two In the lilt Q2l1hUjuibetla toni anti daughters have 73 In the230list UtUontcoltt are all fait and good lookers and tbar aoltl all Ibe waj from I lo 1100 at four years of age lie la a great teen tested in show lie will sand at tonvUle on the rioIIro to W M DODD UwtonYllle KI t f I1 tHri FIREFLIES pinesIOf the haicl growth that line Yonder glade At the creat door of the wood Open wide Where night with 1U murkY brood hldoI and damp Darkest lImaThere the fireflys fitful lamp Brightest gleams Jewels of the summer eve Golden spangles Ever forming fugitive Starry tangles Ever restless ever veering their fight- Flashing now and disappearing In the night Flitting flashing here and there- In a maze Till the quiet evening air Seems ablaze rfFancy flitting down the mate Of lifes dream Light for me Its dark phases With your gleam Like the fireflies come and go Mashing bright Till the aglow With your light Brighten with your airy spark Irksome duty Till the pathway that was dark Glows beauty Julia E Ooodwln In Springfield Mass Republican I wE A DISABLED HUNTER and a BLIND PANTHER Iamongday when there were signs of a coming snowstorm I left camp and wandered away for three or four miles p fitter an hour or two as I stood rest leg beside a tree a deer broke corer In front of me and only a pistolshot away It was a fine buck and he walked into the open as cool and uncon cerned as if hunter had never thirsted t for hia life I ought to have dropped him dead at that distance but he fell at my fire to get up and limp away and believing him to be wounded mortally I followed at my best pace The ground i was rough and covered with young cedars and being n bit excited I paid little heed to what was under loot Of 1nsudden I found myself falling and as I went down I dropped my gun to clutch filtbe nearest branches I went down ICor J5 feet over the edge of a ravine struck on my efeet anil then plunged forward and brought lip on a t ledge or shelf about four feet wide by ten feet long This shelf overhung n depths soblauk and dismal that I dared not wonder how far down It was to the- tiny stream flowing over the rocks at the bottom The ravine WIUI about 18 feet wide and directly opposite me in a mass of rocks was an opening which I knew at first glance to be the den of some wild animal I did pot take note of these things at once for in the fall f I had broken two ribs and been badly I bruised and was almost unconscious r for a quarter pf an hour When I ral lied a bit I found a wall 35 or 20 feet t high behind me and as for the ravine in front I could not have crossed or- t descended into it even had I not been r injured I had just taken in the nun tlon when the sky grew dark the wind j swept up the ravine with a longdrawn tblclJieasier when I got such a shock as near agnlnJ the ravine coming out of his den with j great dignity appeared the largest panther I had ever seen He stood 1Inuffing the air and looking full at me stnsIthingsdespair It was only a fair leap for the beast across the ravine and I expected mejstill hesitated I began to wonder over his actions Ife turned to the left and trotted along over the ground a dls tance of about 20 feet Then be wheeled and passed the den by about the same- distance the other way When he had gone over this beat two or three times jI discovered what was the matter As came toward me I got a clear view Thereisee a tree path ease or Occident had blinded him but Instinct had taught him the lay of the ground Ills movements were as regu mar as the pendulum of a clock Just so far down the ravine and return just so far up the ravine and return In go- Ing down he avoided a stunted cedar growing in a crevice in the rocks in going up he avoided a bush which was In the direct path Grace litheness strength ferocity The lower jaw was down and I had a fine view of the fangs which could rend the hide of a horse At every rnqvo the terrible claws clicked and grated1 claws which Iwould sink to the bone of a mans leg strip the quivering flesh oil in fragments There was a curious fascination in tyatching the beast asbe tools his promenade I forgot my plans as I rejoiced over his blindness Had he been in possession of his natur al vision could he have but seen ever BO little he would have sprung upon me fastened those yellow fangs In my throat and in 30 seconds all would have been over But he was blind and I hoped he could not discover my presence if I remained quiet Of A sudden there was an alarm Tim snow was falling more thickly but the beast was soinear that I could catch his every moment As the wind whirled up the ravine it created an eddy and from one of the circles of IIthis eddy he got my scent Stopping In his promenade he reared up and sniffed the air with savage growls and my heart beat so hard that it seemed as if ho must surely hear it and follow the sound until his hot breath was on my face Sniff inuff growll To the right to the left straight ahead After a minute he lost the scent and then he stood still and uttered continuous growls as he waited to catch It again Ills long tall swept the ground In a half circle and his ears worked swiftly back and forth After a minute ho got the scent again lie reared up whirled about three or four times as if on o pivot and then he pointed full at me A tape line 13 feet long would have covered the ground between usbe tween where I lay helpless and he half crouched for a spring If the film could be torn from those eyes how they would glint nnd glitter and blaze There was something in the sound of his logy growling which chilled my blooda menace n warn- Ing of what was to cbme which forced me to shut my eyes and utter a last prayer Why does ho hesitate What delays his spring He waited so long that Ifconcluded his blindness rea soned against his ferocity But he finally made up his mind to try I could tell that byhis continuous growls by the ears flat back on his head as you have seen in nn angry cat by tic clicks of his claws on the flinty rock as he sought a foothold pointlofbreeze played him a trick He sud denly lost the scent and walked slow ly down the shelf to pick it up again perhaps reasoning that I had moved my position Ten feet to the right he got it and with a fierce snarl boo crouched and made his leap Did the beast know the lay of the ground before losing his eyesight or was it the subtle instinct given to tho feline tribe It was a clear leap of 15 feet maybe foot or two more Only at that spot could he strike the shelf on which I stood lie rose in the air like a bird taking flight described a graceful halfcurve in the air and landed so light that I felt rather than heard him He was ten feet away from me and be reared up and snuffed the air In every direction But for the wind and the snow the beast must have got my scent so close at hand On the contrary after about two minutes he leaped back across the ravine nnd disappeared in his den Then with many a groan and halfsuppressed ejaculation I drew myself back until I rested against the cliff I knew that my ribs were broken and that unless discovered by accident I could never lonve that ledge alive It ccrtnlnly had set In tar n snowstorm ab It tooJi only a Jew oiBMts to IfliTfc md train sight under the white mantle This was my salvation again An the pain madq mo halfuncontttaus a full grown female pmitlier followed by a cub which may have been n year old scrambled down tho rocks on the op posite side of tho ravine to the den of the blind beast Some tnlnt of my presence must have been in the air even though so taint they could not locate me They snarled in anger and sullied at the air nnd It seemed to me as If both looked directly at tne for several seconds If they dl I was so buried under jtbqnoY hattpey fallen to make out What sort of an ob feet I was TheyflnaHy turned and disappeared in the cave but were out ofsight only n moment When they reappeared tie blind panther was with them anti the three scrambled up the rocks and disappeared In the TUB INDIAN FIRED AND KILLED TIlE FEMALEIforest There where and they had come to conduct him to the feast Perhaps they brought to him food now and then but he must have had to go with them for water I was waiting for I knew not what when the end of a strong bark ropeIwith a noose In it suddenly down in front of my eyes No one come in search of me Peter our In dian guide had discovered the den the day before and had flautberj on this day in hope of getting Indian like he had taken a vey of things while waiting and after a time had discovered me on the shelf below Few men would have tried what he dill As soon as I had slipped the noose over my shoulders and drawn it tight he began pulling and though I weighed 15 pounds more than ho did ho finally succeeded in landing me on the edge of the cliff The rough usage I received made mo faint away and it was while I was unconscious that the three panthers returned As they scrambled down the rocks and stood for n moment the Indian fired and killed the female She dropped dead in her tracks and he fired again and killed the cub Then something like a tragedy occurred The blind panther could have saved himself in fact ho did dash into the cave but as if realizing that those he depended on for food and drink were dead and that without them he must perish he reappeared sniffed at their bodies and then with a scream in which there was more lament than anger ho leaped into the ravine and vanished into the darkness to be mashed to II pulp on the rocks below Seattle Post Intelllgencer American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure To Like It Geo H Farris Co e S SI e 0 S S yEKY JON RATES VIA THE SOUTHERN R R MAY 29 30T1I 4900 During the Confederate Reunion atLoulsville the SruihdnllUilwsy wilt mek ft rate of Ic per mile traveled in each direction making rates to Louisville and return as follows From Lexington 1170 IjiwrencoburR JIS Georgetown 155 Midway ft 65 Versailles 1150 HarroJsbnrj fl70 Burgin fI 60 Shelby vile 05c Ticket will be sold May 2Stli 29ih and 30th good to return until June Oth 1000 Also reduced rates from stations on Louisville A Atlantic R R Queen A Crescent Route and all points South In connection therewith and from other stations on tie Southern Railway not named above at similar reduced rate of lo per mile traveled 2c per mi e round tri- pConvenient Train Service and Best Accom modations 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Wburgbliss MENEKKK tho mother of the mayor li III at bis residence Dints J A WALLACE of Lebanon Is vlsltlug Mrs J W Wallace Mil J M COCIIIIAN the Lexington horseman was hero yesterday MRS L A FARIBS of Lexington Is with her father Mr J II Rout MRS ELLA HBWITT is visiting her flJjoining over the arrival of a daughter THOMAS STKWART of Wlldle was hero to see Dr E J Drown this week MR CARLOS FISH of Chicago Is 1VliltlDJ his cousin Miss Tovls Carpenter MR AND MRS A T TRAYLOR are- with tbolr son Jesto Traylor at Cor binJOliN1 UAUfiH has moved his family back to Llneoln from Middles boroMRS J D 1U9TIV went to LoultlII a yesterday with her ion Samuel of East Dornstadt Miss LULA McCLUUR of Crab Or chard is vlsltlnir friends here Utah roond Pantograph t MRS A II SBVHRAXCB of Render sonvlllc N C Is with Mrs Will Rev eranco and tho baby DR W S UBAZLBY and wife and Mrs I Mildred Ueailoy of Lancaster wore guests of relatives here DR R M PllHLl8 orders his paper chanced from Paducah to Silver Cliff Col where huhai located FORRRST McOLARY and S J Ktnbry Jr wont up to CorbIn yesterday to se the Odd Follows celebrate MR AND MRS IV 0 WARNHR o Garrard spent several with their daughter Mrs J W Perrln G W HOLTW3LAW Dan Trnylor and Walton Martin leave Monday for Bedford led to hunt for works MR D M LtJPS the slaver propri etor of the nustonvtlle Roller Mill was hero with his wife Tuesday M1S6HB NHTTIB WRAY of this pitM nil Bessie Richards of Danville are with Mr II O IJaughman IB the West EndtMiss SALLIB LYNN of Mlllorsburg Pemalo College spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs J B LynnGcs HOKMANN the genial nine host of Crab Oronard Springs was here yesterday lie says he will run the springs this year simply nI a health retort n L MATTiNULYj who has been via lilng parents at Cornlshvllle re turned to workon the K 0 between Livingston and Cincinnati Tuesday KATK WATBRS ago 12 of Stanford won the prise for tho bolt essay on Palestine oHe red by the Baptist Ar gus Louisville Yesterdays Cincin anti Post REV It It Nom leaves today for Lenoir City Tenn whoro ho will beg n a mooting Sunday lIe will likely go from there to other polnte In that rStato and hold meetings t LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watoh work FOR a nice saddlo go to G II Purrta A CO fHIIEII Shears and Sorghum Seed at Warron It Shanks FRKSII caught fish every Friday a I Georgo H FarrUA Gos I AM now back at my gallery ready to walt on customers Miss Sscray ON our Oth palo Henry Johnson of tare a reward for the return of a lost horse Till Milwaukee binder and mower for salo by J T Jones agent C L Dawes salesmanItHAY Straw Corn Oat ShlpstutT and all kinds of teed sold for cash only J II Baughraan Co I SiLKNDlu weather conditions have prevailed this week and tho farmers und gardeners have made tho most of t PROP C IL HAYNES will teach out the terra of Dr Turdlf at the Stanford High School and will begin Monday t next OLD MOCK WHISKY G D Wcath erford has a contract for full contraletc and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Hus tonvlllo n C Mock A GOOD deal of seining is being dono and some indictments wilt be returned next court for those indulging Tho Fishing club hero Is watching such things mighty close iNBlKCT our lino of buggy harness G H Ferris k Co Fort millet seed wont potatoes and garden setae of all kinds go to Hill k Deck JACK SilEiTAttij a good plumber end well known colored man piterdayNoTlCtLearo your orders with Higgins II Sims for Ico and coal Sat Isfactton guaranteed Phone 44 GOLD spectacles lost between Judgo Alcorns residence and olllcc Finder return to him and got toward LlHUT GIIISON tho favorite Derby candldato with tho sports hero but they aro not wagering much on tho taco MR OILIIHRT haste presented claims r Peter Trlbblo for 4COO and for esley Eubanks for 8360 for supplies rnished the army during the civil tearAOgtITTRDDec Baker who laid In jail hero for nearly a year swatting trial forcompllclty In the- murder of Sheriff White of Clay was acquitted atBarbourvlllo JONHS1 cut prlco salo lace curtains this week was a surprise to all many oe curtains were sold for less than manufacturers cost Look out for next weeks offering A HILL to grant a pension of 812 a month to W D Gibson Lincoln coun bOapbattallooCongressman Gilbert BUD theLincoln county col ored gent who stolo a betas and pbaiton from tho Wclstgor stable and drove tho horse almost to death was given tbreo years In tho pen Advocate J K PORTMAN sent by express to S T Cain at Elgin Texas throe gallons of the splendid tree molasses made by Mrs A D Root Tbo express chargeSwas 13 making It pretty high SWBBT potatoes scarce bore e 12 SO per bushel Higgins ft McKlnncy ordered several barrels from a Louis title arm but they sent only ono a s there were only a few barrels In tbo Jolty QUITR Interesting meeting ot tbo United Daughters of the Confederacy proeldoate rookt PlHB Mils Mary Warrens house on Water Works street caught Ore on the teat from the chimney yesterday bat the blow was discovered and ox Nauolehsd before muob damage was dons The tire company was not oallod oat W peen from all pa of the county hauling feed from J II Baupbman 4 Coa mill There Is lit ie sera and no hay In tho southern ODd and many wagons from that section antI een dally alter food for their and softie ONnooountof the high price of cans and other material utod In the canning butliMH Mr W L McCarty has do oldod to keep bin factory at Klngsvlllo doted down tbls year Thu McKinnoy Canning Co will run Jholr factory a a usual notwithstanding high priced SAM JOSKS AT DANVILLE RCvSe Jonos conceded to be too best all round man on tho leoturo platformwlll bo at the Danville Opera Rouse next Monday night 30th in his groat lect ure on Tbo Shams and tho Genuine Admission 60 and 76o Septa now o sale at Currys drug store in Danvlllo The Rev Sam will have some enter taining things to say about Kentucky politics A great many will go from Lincoln county to hear him OocAiNH JOHN AI will bo tried this uiorntngon tire charge of breaking Into the stable of John Cook and steal ing sacks and corn wblah ho sold to Morris Fred Alter stealing the sack It is supposed he wont to Corblnwhpro It la reported that bo broke Into a store and stole five pairs of shoos Tho otll core there got alter him und sent a number of bullets offer him but hogof away and back home In tuna to run Into John Nowlanda clutches Ho Is a cocaine fiend and has been in Jail re peatedly for chicken stealing and other o lenses CRLeUttArovDIr and Mrs G A Peyton gave a delightful dining Wednesday in honor of Mr Lewis RoseoU8 83rd birthday at which all tho children and grand children ot that tine old gentleman wore present Everything was old fash- Ioned and Mr Rossoll enjoyed It moro for that reason Just bolero tbo dinner otf fared a most touching prayer and boo foro ho finished It there woro many damp eyes among his relatives who lovo him with an affection that is beau tiful Indeed An immense birthday cake sot in too rooter of tho table flll with good things and 83 candles burned around It each candle repre senting a year ot hIs well spent life It was a joyful occasion and it will tinge In tho memories of those present long attar Undo Lewis as ho la familiar ly known shall havo gone tho way of all flesh THIS annual literary address to the faculty and students of Stanford Fepmale College will bo mado by Rev ThursdayJuno AT HUIIULE Prof A a Hopkins will give his wonderful Klootoscopo cturee and lecture at the Christian c Hubble on the nights ot tho 2 9th 2lth and 30th If you miss It you will miss a treat TilE trustees of tho school at Gosben ave written Miss Worn Phillips that they want her to teach soother term Mr S R Cook has just completed a census of the district and finds there aro white children of school age DRATIL Joachim Westendorf one of the best Gojmans in the Ottcnbclm section died this week after a long Illness and was burled on Coroner Wm Landgraf place Wednesday A wile and a number of grown children sun vivo W BiLLMr A II SUgall of the East End showed us a 81 bill yesterday It was Issued by the flank of East Ten nesseo Jan 1 1855 and Will F Woln and A A Rains sign It as president and cashier Mr Stlgall found It in an old uncles papers and is keeping it as a relic SALT Miss bialy McAfee bought of Dr R L Davison hIs lot on WhItley Avenue for HfX and will move to U next week where she says she hopes every one desiring a rest home and wants toe strengthened spiritually will call o Miss Mary has recently sold her property In Virginia and oxpects to be Ruttlcd for a while at feast WAKE ather homo near May wood nt 951 u Monday Mrs S L Ware alter a lingering illness of a complication of diseases She was in her lath year having been born In Garrard county Oct 14 1825 She was a sister ot the late C C Stormcs one Garrard countys woalthlestclttzens he reared seven children all of whom quietlytot tour sons and three daughters C P Ware of Somerset J M Ware of Lincoln C J Ware of Jeetamlne H N Ware of Lebanon and Mil John Kendall of Somerset Mrs H U Itourno of Boyle and Mrs George D Boone of this county All aro honor able and respected cltliens The hue band and father died Aug 4 1887 and he too was a native of Garrard county Mrs Ware was a member of t4 Christian church for many years and gone to her reward attar a tits of ser vise Id her Masters cause At the burial In Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday Mr J C MeClary road a chapter and prayed and then the remains were con signed to the earth Fueroe to 260 were Odd Fellows attended the Odd Fellows celebration at Corbln yes terday end the day was spent mOlt cn joyably Too 60 or more who went from bore are loud In their praise of tbo courteous treatment received and are sorry that the big day Is a thing of tho past Besides six lodges from as neboccahiodloprocession which was under the mar ehalshlp of our Capt II A C Sine At night the Stanford degree team initiat myaterlamtheir work was highly complimented While this was going on too young people wero enjoying a delightful hop at tho hall The pro gram was a lengthy one Including a anof course took no part Noth Ins occurred to mar tbo pleasure of the day which will bo a pleasant memor for a long tlmo to come Most of th Stanford crowd got back this morning but some of them wore too tired to show up Mesdames Peter Straub Jr and Neolly Stono accompanied their hut bands Miss Minnie Straub also went MATRIMONIAL MATTERS F DL Archer of West Virginia and Miss Mary Bird Williams wore mar sled In Lexington Henry Brokaw of Indianapolis age 45 eloped with Essie McAllister age 13 and they woro married in Jeffer sonvlllo SquIre Fleece Owen of Park vllle and Mrs Sue C Owens also of the West End woro married Wednesday Advocate A Georgia judgo decides that a wo man may keep presents from a young mao provided tbo young man was not crazy at the time of giving Adam Cardiff discovered that Lucy Cardiff whom ha was about to marry at Cadiz 0 was his own daughter Ho had not scot her elate she was a baby GODWINBIHU At 10 oclock yet terday morning at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Richer Dlbb Mr A E Godwin and Miss Lo anon Dlbb wore joined In tho holy bonds of matrimony in a beautiful cot emony pronounced by Dr E O Guor rant of the Presbyterian church who had baptized and received the bride to tho church There ware no attend ants und attar a sumptuous lunch ex collcntly prepared and served couple and somo of tbolr Monde rite to this placo and took tho train for tho grooms homo IP Nashville where he has u flno position In the medical deI of Vanderbilt University Ho is a handsome man of good address and boonlebridegore herself to him She is a lovely young woman a graduate of Stanford Female College and U both petite and pretty The couple wont to school to gether 20 years ago at Turner8vllle Mr Godwin who is a native of Florida boarding with a friend and Cupid probably shot his darts then Tbo bride carries with her too love and best wishes of hats of warm friends who will watch her tutors with Interest Mr J M Godwin a brother of the groom accompanied him on the Important trip and witnessed the event saysComlnstead eloped to JclTerioovllle and were married Tho groom Is deputy connty clerk and Is highly connected through out the county The bride is tho daugh tarot Rev W S Grlnstcad pastor o the Methodist church hero and t one of tho most beautiful young Indl- elathe county UND AND STOCK Wiltons cPolledDaugbman Mark Hardin bought three calves of a Casey man at 818 Silas Anderson bought of Robinson ic Holtzelaw 30 sheep at5f 0 81na John Cook Stanford Brady l Terry bought of J H Mc Meter a 1300pound steer at Gc W M Bright sold the Durham bull advertised to C C Vanoy for 940 Henry Anderson bought in Garrat d a bunch ot S00 pound believe atic Shelby Bros bought of Alton k Wllkcrson 50 1011pound cattle at Sic W Y Corroy sold to J H Baagh man k Co bis last years wheat at i6c Fort SALRl0 nice yearlings homo raised all red W Y Curroy Hedge vllle it Exactly onehalt of tho trotter in the 210 list are bays There are 108 In all Jookoy OLeary died from Injuries sustained In a racy at the Aqueduct track Miss Bennett a twovearold ran mile In 14 H at Memphis defeating a good field W A Trlbblo is breaking to bar aplondtod George Wood sold to J C Sllor 75 owes and lambs at bit and to other parties 125 sheep at 9280 to 8BSO Dr J W Jameson tho veterinarian was called to Winchester to vaccinate 20 cattle of Mr Witherspoon to pre vent blackleg The JuO cattle on the Winchester market Monday sold at 4 to 60 some by tbo bead going above tbo latter fig ure Hogs brought 4c E P Woods will take a carload of Loge to Cincinnati this afternoon Ho raised most of thorn but bought tho others at ij to 4o Read the advertisement of M G Wolslgcrs splendid saddle stallion Doublo Standard Ho Is a fine individ ual and a great breeder Fox Saunders Co sold to William Kldd 3iO 1200pound cattle at lie and to Scearco Irvine of Lebanon 44 butcher cattle at 4 jc Advocate Good brood marcs are very scarce but every man who has ono will breed her this year Good selling horses arei hard to fled and command fancy prices Dr J B Owsloy sold to J B Led ford of Mcnlfco county a term con taming 230 acres on the plko between Crab Orchard and Prcachcrsvlllo at 835 atomedlatoly at 81 a head profit They bought of E P Carpenter a lot of shoats at lie E P Faulconera combination sale at Danvlllo Tuesday and Wednesday was a very successful ono Prices rang ed from 8100 to 8300 and buyers were there from a halt dozon States R H Bronaugh and D K Farris lire training 15 young thoroughbreds at Crab Orchard and eomo of them are showing good speed The latter has BaughdLouisville is to have a new stock yard the concern to bQ known as the Union Stock Yards Company and will will have u capital stock of 8200000 John E Boll Is at the head of the en torprlso J Carroll Bailey has a Ono horso colt by Naboth and out of the speedy mare that has won laurols In the road promlsInlathers splendid old brood mare Tho Turf Congress Sweepstakes at IelJtuekyDerbvcan Derby hope Florlzar was fourth KontuokyDrrbvC V Gentry took his mare Oral by Imp Order out of Ganges 2d by to this week and hadu14 twoyearold starters and 13 win ners Oral has a fllly by her aide by Imp Hcrmanco Sho Is proving her self a great brood mare Mr James Walker Glvons sold three car loads of horses and mules at Lex ington Miss at an storage of 8100 Mr GIvens has been going to Lexing ton for 30 years and is about as much at D1oKinnayvand bulls a solo stable which ho rented out LADIESWe Ladies Misses And ChildrensI Oxfords And Slippers 9 The newest styles qf the season They are up to the very minute In style PerfecteAnd we personally guarantee every pair See the new heavy soed1atenl Leather Oxford very swell Dffitms i JIt9CLAEY Gut riGe Sa1eW- ebegin this week with a series of Cut Price Sales to be continued until July letToo prices we make on each lino advertised will be given for ono week only We open the ball for the present week on LACE CURTAINS onlympcImoneynotraising money to Pay Our Honest DebtsaTitle Is a great opportunity for you to save money Wo will not quote prices but ask that you investigate too assertion that we will not only meet but beat any mans prices Look out for each weeks ad JOHN P JONES Stanford Keep Comfortable At A Small Cost See Our Now Parasols Umbrellas Fans Smmer Underwear Summer Corsets Umbrella Special A vary tine Mercerized Satteen Cover Pearl Handle 20 inches for 81 Summer Corsets 25c to 51 LadlesVestsand Laces of all kinds for commencement dresses Pacnt Leather Slippers for Ladles and Chil- drenSEVERANCE SONS Opposite Court House PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books StationeryPaints And Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky NewArticlesAdded To Our Stock A NEW RANGECovered with Aluminum See It before buying any other The Dewey SelfBasting Roaster And Baker roastingAAHiggins McKinney e f THE 1TEH10RJOURM r Entered n the potiojjlce at Stanford al- i ceoottd daM matter ptxtrltahwSTuainyandFriQnPst 1 PER YEAR CASH e When not eopaidffiSOO will beebaIod KNOXVILLE DIVISION uUau24 Train going a211amII nII 1235amu SouthUII Ul2 pm For ellirolnte KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION at Stanford at 108 X 5 210 No atanfurd at1 Leases 1200 D1 No22 It Anhea Larva Stanford at 2S0 rx QUEEN CRESCENT Junction City No South MMTrain going No No5 1122Xoea not atop No 31150 r loC 9 BoS South r x No2 doesat stop No 4 3S No 8 lSS r No 106AM FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI a 630 340 r and FrankCorTralaeleae at UeolltftowlI with the Q r X x and 810 f t C ltaturnloR larelarls at II Itachlnlt nllkCort alter wsnd8I5UPx- he 120 710 Itrallll P X ttu train team fir aOe PreTUNU15 A J+ c+ MccbMY rt UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalear In HABNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS DEALKES Furniture Mattin jsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furnituro for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Gceen River Woolen Mills Phil Casey Co Ky NAoIrnlltll5 oP Jeans Linseys Flannels Blankets Ana Yarns We make aspecialty of DOLL OAllDINU and also 01 Yarns aJBl 2plyor3plrln any color Our U frsl claas a the good nade uawezutranteeto outwear the product of any other mills 10 01 wool required for a IIalnLJodeyTwill IJ 1 01 Ulanketi fjj pair 8 Itw blue 5 lit more All Wo1 wool rfWlulred to a pair Slngl Yarn lb qx Yarn 15corewoo rtolulred to Ib 18 oz wool e1 ulredtoaiatnFacpoundextra Jr ret blue or Makin yarn ole a pound Our MottollIigh Grads Goods Hard Tlmo Prices Encourage home Induttry llTetinployinrnt home labor Wby tend your work lo distant mule- where you can nt a better article at home tot oem ntraUrely the same We solicit you rm trouaae and guarantee togive aatUiaetlea In qial sty or work in au llu filr dealing tiring us r work 0 we will eonYII you that our UIuii are not oxtntagant Wool takrn In ehaagn for gosh at market o Write or can and g t our rlctoe Irouipt attention to all Inqul M AgcollWIlUled Wool ablp ed In loti of poci li or over one way We do not pay any freight on lots loan tban lin pounds liHKhH Woo LN MILLS Shipping Point McKinney 1hll Cawy Co Ky Isaiah White AI nt Stanford Ky LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO rTrains Morning and Evening from Jn ion Station hand Broadway Information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska and in the far West Including Ca- ltforniasbould address Frank J Reed Gen Pass Agt t E H Bacon Die Paas Agt WH McDoelVicorres Gen Mnfr Charles Ill Rockwell Traffic Mnjtr BMUble peraona ot mechanical or laTentlre amrms a trip to Iarla with mlodI w aLO 1rJXPUCOIIVIJl1Ittmore 0 Montlcello Wayne County Mr and Mrs Georgo Stone of Lib crty are visiting relatives hero Mrs U L Johnson of Henderson IB with home folks for several weeks Mrand Mrs Lee Clark have returned to Allay afterqulto a pleasant stay amor friends and relatives Dr H A Phillips loft for Lexington ycatorday MluI Sarah Smith Is with her uncle J Kerns again after an absence of aev MI al weeks A H Hope has gone to bany to hold a two weeks meeting Miss Ella Francis entertained some 01 her friends with a musicale by the ored band J Berry has roturoi cd from Louisville Mrs West DunI can U very of pneumonia Eugene Wllhlte Is quite sick Quito nI number of our worthy citizens aro aul ferlng with grip Clarence Duncan Is clerking for W W Klndrlck J S Rogers and wife of Now York arrived this week and loft for Sllckford todoj where he IB Interested In several 011 wells Mr Rogers has been coming hero for years has expended quite a little money In his experiments and has lately been rewarded by a 20 barrel wellMrs Eliza Phillips who has been a victim of grip for several weeks passed peacefully away on Saturday evening She was born and raked In this count and was connected with the Christian church at an early ago Six chlldrm survive her of whom Miss Lula J A and W L Phillips of this place and H A Phillips of Loxlngton with grand children wore present when she bid them an affectionate farewell J P Phillips of Lexington and Mrs Milton Elliott also children of the de censed were unable to attend and we oxtend to them the sympathy of the entire community Aunt Eliza as she was familiarly known was one of a trie of octogenarians and Is the first to die being in the 83d year of her ago The other two Mr Martin Hardin and Uncle Ed Cook aro 89 and It will not long until they too will join theli friend on the other side Mrs Phillips was buried at the old family burying ground and the profusion of flowers heaped on her grave and the gathering of the entire community to witness the last sad rites were the strongest ol proofs of the high esteem In which bhe was held by all To us a flower la given And the beauty of It to bold To bloom anew In Heaven Where the souls will neer grow old MIDDIEBURG A stock company has been forme and tho school property at this place sought which Insures a good school and permanent quarters bere Mrs Frances E Beauchamp president of tbo State W C T U delivered a very Interesting lecture at the Baptist church Sunday night x Dr Perry Wesley bas been appointed and qualified as census enumerator for the district Quito a number of our younger citizens visited Cincinnati Sunday taking ad vantage of tho excur sion rates James Braosom bus purchased a small farm near this place From Frank Sims and will become a cItizen among us soon Prof Davis was bore again last Saturday lookup liter the school and school property It Is to bo hoped that our trustees and the professor will soon complete satisfacto ry arrangements In regard to tbe matter fig most of tbo citizens here aro anxious to know that Prof Davis will take charge which It is thought will niuro a successful school hero onco more Fred Durham who has been u student of tho Lexington business colI ege for somo time graduated last week with considerable honors Dr I S Wesley and family canoe down from Lancaster Tuesday tho doctor having been called to tho bedside of Dr J C IVllllame of Labaseus while his foml Iv made a social visit among relatives berejoo Wheeler bought a bouse und lot from William Thomas hero last week A majority of our long list of sick are Improving very nicely at this timeG R J fUJI 1iEWA ltD J100 Tbe rradera of thla l per wilt be iileaied lo learn thaI there it at least one dreaded disease that core hat been able to cure In all Its itaga and that it tjitarrh llilli Catarrh Cure U tbe only pnelttu sure now known tu the medical fraternity CatLlrll talrga tontUlutlunal dlnsue requires a ooultltulweal treatment llalla Catarrh Cure S ken directly upon the bloo- ddmucoualurlaeottuesyslemthereb destroy ithefosmdatlonnflbe disease and gitlog the hunt strength liy up tile untlttutlun- dawlafngnature In doing lla work The pro rletora hate to ninth faith In Its curative powers Uthey oiler Sluo for aUf case that It fain to euro dddrebatoi ItatluiunlaU J CHUNKY A CO toledo O Suld by druggists 75c llalla tauilly ate the best Christian Endeavor convention Versailles May 1113 Low rates to this meeting In effect via Queen Crescent Route from all stations In Kentucky Every convenience arranged for the legates The very best speakers will be In attendance Ask your ticket gent for full particulars BRAVE M1t FALL Vlctlmt to stomach lI uld hidney troubles of WEll as women and a feel the results in lou of ipetlte raisons lu the blood backache nerroui n hea ache anti tlredllitlns rundown fielln lIut thcrea no need to tool like that Listen to r- W Uanlner Idarllle last He says Electric tEn are lust the tiling for a man when he Ii all run down aud dont care whether be lives or It aplter t t hueLenoyaOno man was blown almost to atorae twO were fatally hurt and nine others badly Injured by an explosion of dyna mite anti blasting powder at Larimer Pa DIY The Time Come Ito elderly woman when an Im portantfnnctlonalchangetakesplaceThis ThecntlresystcrunndergoaachangeDreadful consumption arc often contracted a- tMcELREES this time Wine ofCardui strengthens and the entire system and brings the sufferer safely over these Its effects have been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but Is especially recommended at this ASK druggist for the famous Wine of Cardnl ico a bottle peclaldirectionsvisory The Chatta GhattaneagaTenn THOMAS J COOPER Tupelo ailii sajrMy cuter uferadtrosn tnecu1lr a1mmatnoaUoD and doctors couI not reAre her WIDe Cudul entirely cured beC1Wtp BICYCLES REPAIRED Most complete nicyclo Store In Central Kentucky We any break In a lllcy she Workmanship Guaranteed DANVILLE CYCLE CO 115 3rd St Danrlllo Ky Produce And Junk Wanted We have located In Stanford for the purchase of KetJ Chickens Itldn Wool Feathers UloMnc and the like or Ilfhlnl Cut trun we pT per hunJrr1 itore cut S5c or Ilonn lib pet hun lfed lUgs coo cud tbe bUbrtt ash price for Brass Copper Ac hit etaoanti chop areoo Ib- of St two doors from Main Urine In your 1ro iuce and get our prices STANFUIID 1llODCCEtH J Gold and J Ultkoff THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJESTCL4SSlIotell 2 RATE One block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all pints o the City Everything neat and clean Paper Hanging And Painting See mo before you lot your painting I will MO yet money I will fnrnlih super and put It on the wall Iron Itc up In ot IcrI rO1eanbolt I will 4olllnUn In proportion AN ork guaranteed 23 Stanford I yI ltadies ShoesPatent Leather Vici Kid- Turned Soles Welt Soles SLIPPERS Patent Leather r Vici Kid OXFORDSTwo One Strap Two Strap Vesting Tops Panel Tops Kid Tops Heels and- Spring Heels Prices from to 3 All Newest Styles No trouble To show them At H JIffioHDBERTSa THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Title is now the most up to date Gallery in Central Kentucky having been recently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses tile new discovery in optics science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTER Just received large stock of the very latest Designs ir jVJouldi gs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to bo seen to ho appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate Among tho lot U tho Now French FleurDeIU moulding specially for suitable tlellcote pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Oulora that ro duiro a dainty frame When In Danville call aud see ut and get our prices Wo will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Onico Danville Ky THE RED CIRCLE PILL Assists tho Liver Nature will do the Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The Best Liver Kidney and Stomach Remedy on Earth Has been tried 50 years has never failed to Ouro Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Chronic Headache And the great majority of ailments caused by a TorpidJLivoi DOES NOT NAUSEATE OR GRIPE I But acts gently on the liver 23 doses in a box for 25c Try it once and you will never be without It ForSaloby W8s McROBERTS Druggist Stanford Ky Columbus Buggy Cos Bug gies Also Troy and Moyer Makes Call and See Them W A CARSON Stanford Ky ESTRAY HOUSE A light bay hone shout 15 hand high lIhUy end fsdleu and Pearson knell my place tiuo- d night Will give M reward for bl rstur 10 me 3Isuoc JOIIXHON Mllleilfetllle Ky HOTEL FOR SALT tadlng Hotel In ttomertet with good will sell or trade fur good stork farm lrlnt1rallf grass lffll iMTFmnti JOIIIXAL liON G G GILIIERT U cnndldatu for reflection to COURT from list tlUtrlct subject to any r gnlRr action the party maytako DINK FARMER II a candidate for Jailer subject to the action tlf the democratic patty Ho lollclta your support JOHN C PEPPLES Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Coutoty to tic Action of tho democratic Iar tieYoursuppartls solic- itedPOSTED I herahy warn all persons from traapaailnion w firm lor any purpoM whatever WM IASIXJUAF Krljtr Ky I also warn all ePOnllroua Irrwpaulnf on IUf rbI on lIuek Creek fur stay purppwhatrer FKKII xtatLL f If You Need ShnvlugIra- cood hair tut wait till you to Crab Ortbt ndhavefam lllakemore in euedluntrlals- u tube State work on our head lit rat b- ltemer tbellalIhhmorl ortr Uo refs LlTtry Htable Crab FOR RENTmood property In tho town of Crab Orcbaril L JW 1ANDOUAK Krlgcr Kj RITH HOTEL r rnuCISOIrrcprle AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY tiNt Hotel In the mountain rata coIIIIJreo1 lorten all Ualu Upecltl ttUatlon to tru ling men V S BEAZLEY D D SI Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltaltif d Air Phjiletan In attond- ance OBlco In tbe New Thompson IIulldlnR IMPORTANT NOTICE I To the pe Ief Rtallfotr I will again wppl- u with Ira manufactured from pure dutltled wa ier br stank rJ Water Light ti Ire Co this sees at followlnc prim for lui poxndi add oer rata delivered fur Ixaikaa lIIl1da y Irwatt OnJ ra I alaohaveths beatofCoata Illook Lump ud Nut at lowt prim Also Urkk 11 lies e e term cnasb tins wed be plot wbtn tamest All hon ordera IU eu1 illiUcllnn gaarantwO Tbaaklnj Pr ill fIIIt rayon lna lfIIi4aSIMS1boll U J T SUTTON Unciertalcer ustonville Kentuck nd oan CleY nttn PailtoikkofcbaoiclCuk hand I larpenlerSfauagrPLEASE READ i ran an tat UM f jr l MMlMiuta and gnu asp le1lill time hIM am nitmv ratroM have not Metal willa- mc i f you am ose ot tlwayoa arc ear- uv riMaoie1 to Mltto Thanh a oar al d all for IandlJJfl iFQntln e Very Ilntoshs Livery O Feed Stable 1rrfcKlnlEY KY Good n ttteWlOhabi tJI81JBafo- hl double and singtw for day or I f you wont to work Casey land adJoln1nIC- countl04 McKinney la tile tilaen tll drtet- in hones well for rtncle feud dayweok or month A chars of your pa page l FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE ANVILLE KENTUCKY IIortM and hulas constantly on hand and for sole at all times MaSOn Hotel Mils U D SIMPSON Iror ucnstcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplondad- do Everything Brntclaw Porters meot all trains 89 D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky ICecls constantly fm hand a Complete line- of harnessHuggles turo Bc Agent fur IIcerlnjt Mowers land IIIndlJr and Oliver Chilled flows tho test made always for sale Cull on him 00 The outhora Mulu llnmlment Comiaay Of Lexington Ky- lE OLDEST AND THE BEST a UOlno Olsen Ky tleuerallMHcei loulnllle Ky Drandl Offllcea at News Va llaltlinore Md Philadelphia 1a 1 14 To Certlflcato Holders 29318225 PassedJTo EcsorveJFund 9300925 BARNES WEAREN Local Agent Stanford Spring 1QOOT- rcca IlaiitN Vines everything ubard lawu snot llanltn Thu Mt rte Kentucky of Fruit mid tlruniueDlil Trees Irate Vines Strawberry na iiaA paraaua lthuiuPoIntl goods ordlnwtly grown 0 such en eitiUlinieut ilecrral Nurwrr IItranJIcatalogues to tie bad 111111110 to Lexington Ky WHITE HOTEL w It OAUUIEU IUOK CORBIN KENTUCKY ClOM to IAuenger Depot Plntclaii throughout lUtn 11 ftt day HC HUrLEYt The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offlrcov McBobarta IIIlIlIdlncFt A DENTISTt Stanford Ky I lone M3 J48 tOrrr lllgglnt t MeKlnney 3MBPENNYDDS STANFORD KY tVOfilce at Ilrtdenc on Lancaster Street DRR COLDST9IN till Celebrated Eye Specialistt OF LouiNvlllc Kentucky Will b at tkt St Asaph Hotel Stanford Mon day April 23d RahwwiNQ DM Joy IN smith tantA- Eyes Zsiahsd acJ Qluos CcloUfleill Aljctci IowaN w Mn FIRST NATIONAL BANK or Ilraxrolw zr plUl Stack 100000 Earpluill7C33 SI I Thli hiiUiMtea edgsUy MMMtthed u the l e poallBaakrf SUalMj la UM reergaalud u tho NaU l IJiuk efSuaUrd In Jul andafaln eurf anlted a ike Pint XattMtal Itiok of Stanfere n IMthn hal praMleaUy aaavtnUrruptedeilit notes Hyena It It better repelled MW wltl UetllU JetUa tt44taf VttilMM prevptly and lib rally tUM ftrl rla Hi logana bosoiabl arena AtgssauitdlvUeahfJusfaUaSrcom- od lulIIJ1ueUetleoL malcreas- F riiUsetc004 J W laydnStaafuta S T Harris 8 If Baaibwan Sllocir TrlIIU- VI Walla W 4 TrlbUe Ii1C8ubrCabOrekd M J Miller JdtVtrtanI M 0lXufre Stanford OUU J B HM er lrnkl nit J J lhltoberu Cathler Lincoln County National Bank Capital Stock IIOOOO- lo The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and underarm laanagenient ountlnu- ouily for 2v 1 olicits Your Bank Account loping such business relations will prove tnutua ly beuf nclal and pleasant OlltBOTURSt J VJ Wllllamt J S dryJA W Carptnler W II IUdmlnl J F S JJlhallkaJ J Owiley OFFICEIW S II Shanks J II Owley CashierIW MIlr1I111t AutCuhler