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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v Tr F f 0 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXVIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 11 1900 9 A M NO 20 JNEWS OF THE VICINAGE Tbo Red Men will meet in Danvlllo noxt year May 8 and MUs Itulhy Mason has been appoint cd postmaster al Ivy Dell county Judgo l1 Morrow roe been Invited to deliver the decoration day address at Nashrlljo Ira Dorry was run over by a K C train at Red Houso and killed Ho mar ricd a Miss Shearer who survives Dr H G Colson a nophow of Col D G Colson died at Sonora Texas dwheremarried Miss Nannie Boggs or Madl son OlTulta planing mill at Lebanon burned together with all the macbln cry patterns and a lot of dressed turn bar Loss 10000 Insurance 2000 Mr W G McRobaru an old Dan vlllo lad Is now holding a pleasant po sltlon with Hooker Co extensive vehicle and Implement dealers In San Francisco TMShermin the cashier of the company Is from Lincoln coun ty Advocato Mr Gilbert Is trying to obtain deal lone In tho court of claims on lobo claims of John Motes heirs Jcssatnlno county 1000 John L Walker Boylo county 2700 Jae F Edwards Uoyle county 1500 T M Arnolds heirs Garrard county 500 IMATRIMONIAL MATTERS Pulaikl Teen died of grief caused by the loss of bis wife 11Jobn Brice son of too dead million t alma senator of Ohio married a chorus I girl In tho Itoundora Co at Cambridge Mass Joseph Love yardmaster of the Q ft O at Somerset and Mss Ellen Payne of tbo same city wore married at Lex ington 1Huroh Wade a Cleveland 0 youtb through tho head when the girl beloved told him she cared nothing for him In Munolo a man aged 84 years married a miss aged 61 years They have bona lovers for 40 years but love s young dream saver became n reality until this weekbnovel entitled How Ho Loved Her or All tho Dam Fools aro Not Dead Louis Boon handsome and wealthy went toLoganport fed form Indian three months ago and asked lobo itbreak hospital physicians to his Jogs and make them straight Ho bad a pronounced curvature In both limbs below the knees and was determined to undergo the operation because bU sweetheart made sport of tboI bow Ho waa chloroformed and placed on the operating table Tbo flesh and skin wero out at tho polo Is where tho break woro detlrcd and the bones wero notched clear around with a chisel altar which they wero easily snapped In two The young man suf fered Intensely for weeks before the bones began to knit Ho will be dis charged soon a full Inch taller than when he entered the hospital Ibo l straightening of the bones having made that gain In his stature As soon as bo out bo will marry the girl who objected to his bow legs PREVENTIVE OF BLACKLEG BURUXOTON Wis May 0 Seeing an article In your paper on blackleg and other diseases among cattle written by Dr Steele Halley I request tho privilege of stating to you and tho t tie raisers of your vicinity what I ka about dlBcaso In cattlo Blackleg An thrax Rinderpest Lung Plaque Texas fever and Tuberculosis are all duo germs that multiply oti the surface of the body and enter tho flesh throu the punctures made by biting Insect- This I can prove and will also bo will 7veterinarianIcy that I am right If cattlo raisers wish to prevent tho dleoaaas and also tho dlseaso cau8ln premature births they must learn dip their cattle three or four times a year to keep thoso germs oil tho flesh In a solution of some kind strong enough to kill the germs Thoso no can not rlso In Lice air those dise es aro not caused by tho eating drink log and Inhaling of lobo germs Three years ago I proved to tho mon of our experiment station at Madison that Tuberculosis was not caused by t eating drinking or inhaling of t germs In human kind or animals Tiioy thanked inn und bought u herd of tu bercular cuttlo at once to axporlraoht on cud thus far I havo not heard wh headway they havo mado I am svl log to answer any question In regard to what I bavo said Vaccination torI thoto diseases Is useless Respectfully Miss M CUNNINGHAM I RED HOT FROM THE GUN Vtu the b NeiIIrk Mich IMcem tint ni raiment helped for 20 tan Then Jlucklen Arnica Tdalre turOO hlw Cures CUI llruliw Jlurtu llolli Feloni Curui Skin Enip llwUiltCurjonMrtb 2k tot p- guanuleeatwa 1enny Drugglm BRIEF NEWS NOTATION IGeo Iantoleon Garcia an InMirirem leader has been crptured In North Lu roo The street car system of St Louis Is tljd up by u strike and much rioting attontis any attempt to run the cars A boy In Mlddletown Connecticut Is suffering from mump chicken pox and scarlet lever all ht the same time C J Piper wall killed In Wniron county by lightning making the fourth to dlo that way In Kentucky In two ay Twentyonu people have died In Simpson county within the phut few weeks whoso oats aggregate 1705 yearn At Frankfort Mrs Richard Fergu byleaplDjlher residence wallkilledagainst a building to shelter himself from the rata At Coalton 0 Walter Harris shot and dangerously wounded his 10 yea r old son because tho latter played an In nocent joke on him Tom 5ha key knocked out Joe Cho ynskl at Tattcrsalls In Chicago At the ound of the bell for the third round respondAn In vented a now shell which tested Tuesday In a sixInch gun bored a clean bolo through 14 incise of Uarveylzed armorDavid Clay aged 42 killed his moth laY8Jeuedoubtless tell a sheriff to put bis neck In u halter Last Saturday was a great day for shod la Philadelphia The catch was ottlmated at 200000 and the pileea ranged as low as 10 and 15 teats f Ono specimens Win Uoldrlcb a printer nCU Lo Moorman wont fishing In Hank Lie near Covlngton and took refugo from a thunder storm under a treo Light ning struck It and killed both James Levy ft Bro Cincinnati sold Kcstlcr k Co of Chicago 12000 arrels of Cedar Brook whUky D3 to 00 make for 1000000 cash It U the largest single transaction In whiskies ever made It Is estimated that during tbo past 14 months upward of lOftXX wolves have boon killed in Wyoming In addi tlon to mountain lions wild cats vax bear and coyotes A bounty Is paid by tho Stato for tho heads of each An nlcctrlo car line has been run from Lexington to Nlobolasvlllo Bcd the cost estimated at 100000 to build It and another 100000 to equip It Mayor Duncan Is trying to Interest Eastern capitalists In the matter Edward Clifford who killed tho rail dllchnrJredblmHis friends spent over 100000 In per sistent efforts to save him and bo had been sentenced to death avo times Algulnaldo far from being dead Is sold to have again taken the Held w Gen Tlmo In North Luzon Ho has a considerable force and Is In the moun tale Brig Gen Young has naked for rconforcoiucnu In order to go after him The sealing licet to the Behrlng sea andris Tho average catch per vessel was 1323 ortCanadlwIn 1800 and 1804 basIthe Havana post- ollleo Charles F Neoloy fprraer trcas Inearrest Rea vice and Reynolds have been suspended and other arrests aro probable It Is said JulyIn80The State council of Red Mon In WittoIlq SachcmjGus G Ellerkump Louisville Great Saga more W C Pelham Augusta Junior Sagamoro W C Dlcdorlch Ashland WIasn John D Walker Lexington Great Keeper of too Wampu- mAICCttlutyA good democrat wr lted couphotS g sestina It seems to me that all the power of the people and the press should bo brought to bear upon Gov asIIshould hazard nothing ln tics next State election A new and untried man will not bo a sate venture Wo need an experienced safe man one in whom tho people have entire confidence andI ono who was not too closely Identified with the events of the lust election McCreary wishes to become Senator and now la his chance Once governor no power can keep him out of the otherI position MT VERNON There arc several cases of mumps In town Mrs Higgins aged about 80 died at poorbouBO Tuesday The White Limo Co are preparing to manufacluro their own barrels Marshal Short has 10 men In our jail that ho will take to Co vl DC too soon MIIII Wood of Durca entertained our teloplionu subscribers Monday evening with some Ono snags over tbo wire There lia wond n pump on thoJudee Pish farm near this placo made by Howard tbnt has been In use for 35 yuan The Shlvuly company of Cincinnati have purchased a tract of stone quarry land just North of Longford and aro opening U up and placing machinery for developing an Immenio quarry Other enterprises are to follow It now bevies to look as though Ml Vernon will have two banks Messrs Richard and Green the originators of too question of a bank In this place have secured sutllclont subscriptions t begin business aud wo understand Iron local stockholders the matter will bo pushed London and Corbin parties have been hero working up a rival In stltutlon and It Is claimed they bavo met with encouragement Fritz Krueger U In Hydcn James Marot went over to Lancaster Wcdnes day and staid a couple of doge Allen Lnndrara is feeling proud over she re teat Improvements made In his ofllce at depot Willis Grlflln Is getting up the furniture and fixtures for the Royal Arch Chapter Miss Calllo Adams Is visiting relatives at Barbourvlllo Hugh Millers children are grieving over the lotS of their little trick dolt Grant Baker was laid up some days with toothache orCRAB ORCHARD Elder J G Livingston will fill tbo Sundakgrounds of the springs beautifull cleaned and will soon bo in rcadlne for Invalids Wednesday was a very peculiar de a heavy cloud hung low upon tbo cart all day until at sunset the sky a cool wave came on and by Thured a morning a while front chilled too bop of tbo early gardeners yet wo trust serious damage will result to the gar dons but the troll will doubtless bo Injured The children of Crab Oro4a Springs Hotel and vicinity entertained themselves and others by a pleasant gathering Tuesday night a cako walk being the especial feature of the ovc nlng Mr Cochran of Lexington and Dr Dick furnished tho music for tho occasion Miss Bertha Hofmann and little Miss Bcsilo Haldeman of Louls villa won tho beautiful white cake Mr M Livingston of Chicago mado n short stay with Dr Doores and faml ly W A Boaxloy and wlfo visit ed Dr W S Beozloy at Lancaster Mrs Bessie McGee of Cincinnati Is with her mother Mrs McGee Morris Ear thrte and brother George aro with their mother who sustained palatal lnjprl from a full lost week Sho Is reed easily at this writing Though nom what Improved Dr J S Stapp contin ues qulto HI with grip Mrs Dr Door 8 and Miss Ila Holdara spent Wednesday In your town Carpenter Stuart of Hnlfcy Is with his father Mr Win i Stuart PREACHERSonTho 65th annual convention of tho Southern Baptist church Is In session at Hot Springs The corner steno of too Christian church at Cynthlann will be laid with Imposing ceremonies on tho 23d Rev J B Crouch has gent to Fort Scott Kas to eon his brother and Dr Wm Sbelton will nil his pulpit at the Baptist church hero Sunday Ono bundroJ and nlnotythren havo been added to lobo church at Crawford vllle Ind since Bro Wallace Thai p began his work there 18 months ago Christian Guide Pastor J E Watson writes from Corbin Our mooting has just closed Wo hud 37 conversions and 37 addl fleas 28 by baptism and nine by to ter Baptist Recorder Rev J W Lackey Is having t minutes of the South Kentucky Color UaptUt Association printed at tbla oflluo and they arc the boss written and arranged that wo have handled Dr Eaton startled his congregation at Loulsvlllo Sunday by stating that It bad been discovered that their old Walnnt Street church recently sold joistslblo Elder C C Cllno seems to bo In bet ter business than abusing the Roman Catholics now Ho writes to lobe Chili thin Guido that his meeting at rayon vllle led had 42 accessions 23 of whom were males 22 were heads of families and only hrca were Thero were baptized over 50 two whom were over 00 LANCASTER Rev J C Masee will preach at Mansfleld Ohio next Sunday Marshall Scottand Miss Nannio Lane DeedaOur kid base ball team Is Invincible It beat Stanford and Paint Lick lost week and this weak literally devoured DanvllloJ S Co shipped 12 horses to Memphis They bought tour horses in Richmond at 800 to 105 and three In Uarrodnburg at 835 to 8116 Mrs May R Patterson Informs mo that the W C T U convention for the Sin Kentucky district which was to have been hold at Livingston on May 10 was postponed for a short time Announcement of dates will bo made laterIt understood that Capt Herndon will welcome too Confederate veterans at the Gordon lecture on the 24th and Judge M C Saufley will respond Tbo liceowill bo crowded Go W McRohert and reserve a scat J E Stormcs doodad the beautiful Stormcs homestead on Richmond Ave nuo to R A Steno for 2700 Mr Stone sold a lot near tho railroad to J S Minor Son for 3J600 and they have begyo to build a large flouring and planing mill which will cost about 20000 Como over and get a sack of flour The Lancaster flouring mill is being supplied with now tnacalnery throughout Seats arc selling rapidly for A Ken tacky Hero to bo given at the opera bouse Tuesday night May 15 Harry Leonard the veteran comedian with good Lancaster talent will render the popular comedy In a highly acceptable manner It promises to be one of the strongest attractions of tho season The ilaveeed parade slid band promise 5yQAlthough Jailer David tau Is one of threeeprisoners sowed two bars 2 Inches squarebdday night They wero singing and duoclog during the day and It le be thenaoserving time for a mledemeanorAltred Preston charged with house breaking and Robt Currier charged with horse atrdNicbolasvllle once Thoy will likely be arrested In a short time Mrwontto Bishop took his tomakank Lexington to represent our wigwam In the stood meeting of Red 101LlvlnllatenMcRorerts and J S Owsley Jr kern hero Wednesday G M Patterson has sane to Louisville to hurry up tho new dynamo for tho 2lth and 25th Mrs Durham of Middlebnrg Is the guest of her daughter Mrs L S Wesley Drs Wesley Klcnalrd Acton and probably more of our physicians attended too State Medical Society at Georgetown ropubagwas man Ho J Hunt MoMurtry and oth ers made speeches condemning the Goebel law and democratic measures generally and approving republican lam throughout Resolutions wero adopted consistent with their views on public questions and endorsing Brad Icy Collier Taylor and all other lead ing republicans Tho delegates wero Instructed to vote for Collier for rile trict delegate and Bradley Denny and Taylor for the Stateatlarge Tho ma jorlty report of tho committee on reso lutions did not Instruct for Taylor but Capt Horndon a member of the com mince on resolutions brought In a ml notify report adding the name of Taylor Ho made a speech urging the Addition of his name to which fbo con vcntlon consented Alter ton mooting Mr J E Robinson asked if a resolu tlon was passed condemning too assas sination of Gov Goebel and added that It should be done nt all public meetings REPUBLICAN DISTRICT CONVEN tTIONbeJudge W E Varnon who attended the republican convention ut Nicholas villa as a delegate tells us that Capt Speed of Spencer was made chairman and T M Cardwell uf Mercer score tary Tbo resolutions endorse MoKln ley and Instruct for him and endorse and sympathize with Taylor and his martyr band Gen D R Collier of Garrard and T J Ballard of Ander son wore njiraed tar district delegates to ton Philadelphia convention and J T McCllntock of Madison fur district elector with a colored brother Woods of Boyle for assistant W J Wil more was retained as district commit teeman John W Yorkcs made too best speech ho ever made In his lire thqoftlon law has got to be repealed Summers Beginning I youknowhelpful Serge Suits Fancy Light Suits New Patterns in Trousers Negligee Shirts Belts Thin Underwear New Summer Neckwear Straw Hats Canvas Shoes welldressednice things MERCHANTTAILORINGCleaning THE GLOBEYour Money Back If Youre Not Satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co TALL FAPEBFor 4 Cents T- In my Store PaperpricesWe Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any Place in Kentucky You see the paper matched up Just as It will look on the wall and get it at once SupIJI1e8t Ae E GIBBONS DANVILLE KYN- o 300 Main Street W C GREENING IRCS ONVIILE KY Ices just opened and hm ready for your inspection a splendid stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Including a full andcomplete tine of aARDJVAaE I lIe also carries Brick Lime Cement Fertilizer Old Hickory Wagons rtc IIo will both Ana manufacture Oil and Spirit Staves and Is always in the market for ISUnmJES He will exchange his goods for anything that he can convert Into money Call on him and take him your produce When You Need Paints Oils C nsult Craig Hocker Stanford Ot ItHeHl A C SNEICO- NTRACTOR i BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as towork manship and material as will be attest jjj ed by any one of the many parties for f yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash1 Blind Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber nth Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered N to 11tik tl llt ll0l t iRA tti l American Wire Fence The Best Made Try It And You Will Be Sure Tb Like It Geo H Parris Co TIE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY II IQCO w P WALTON SIX PAGES = TUB Ellzabethtown News and other behind the times papers are printing the story told shortly alter Gov Goe bels death that ho had decided to give up the contest and go West for his health but a bell boy forgot his call and ho missed his train afterward be Ink dissuaded from his Intention Re ferrlog to the story the Owenaboro Messenger says that the bell boy had no responsibility in the matter Before retiring Mr Goebel consented to remain In Frankfort until 3 oclock the following day The next day Soon Blackburn exChief Justice Lewisand other leading democrats persuaded him to leave the determination of making the contest to the representative men of life party and Senator Blackburn called a meeting of the State central executive and campaign committees and 10 days later store than 100 demo crate from all sections of the State met at Frankfort and with one voice de manded that the contest be made Mr Goebels reluctance to going into the contest was not due to any doubt in his mind of the justice of his cause but was because he firmly believed the L N would buy up enough men in the General Assembly to defeat him He believed that would happen which John Whallen undertook to do in bribing as be thought Senator Harrel and others And only the exposure made by Barrel put a stop to the trafficking in legislators TilE best thing we have read in many a day is C E Woods writeup of the Madison republican countv convention and published in Wednesdays Climax Mark Twain never wrote anything better and but for its length It is over two columns we would reproduce it The resolution condemning assassination and the assassin because of his bad markmanshlp In not killing his victim instantly and the resolution endorsing Taylor Youtsey etc are capital takeoff while the one denouncing Attorney Campbell must be given In full to bo appreciated It reads We repudl I ate the statement that the prosecutions chief counsel Col T C Campbell of Cincinnati and New York is a republl can By his ceaseless search for the slayer of Gocbel and the success that has crowned his efforts he bas forfeit j ed all claims upon our fellowship and respect Instead of confining himself to the apprehension of the assassin be has prostituted his brilliant talents to the exposure of the whole dark plot and thereby has well nigh damned our party beyond the hope of salvation in this life or of resurrection in the life to come Henceforth the name Tom Campbell shall bear to republl cans the same significance as the names of Benedict Arnold and John Young f Brown I EVERY Confederate veteran who can do so ought to attend the Confederate reunion at Louisville May 30June 3 In the very nature of things the brave old l boys who wore the gray 35 or 40 years ago will soon be a memory as none who fought for the cause they held so dear are less than 55 years old now They can have but a few more reunions and it behooves them to take advantage t of the present auspicious occasion to t meet once and live over the stirring scenes of a third ot a century ago Lou Isvllle Is making a grand effort to extendedt4toveterans suc Every Confederate who attends will be taken care of without honey and without price when he can not pay The railroads will give the low rate of one cent a mile thereby en abling the poorest to attend Let they grand old fellows shako with each other once more at least before they go to rest with Jackson over tho riv er under the shade of the trees IT is very nice of Caleb Powers to say that he will stand his trial for the part he took in the assassination ol Gov Goebel no matter if the supreme court decides in favor of Taylor whose pardon ho holds As Calo has tried to use it on several occasions without avail be Is doubtless getting tired of It but his word wont go A sheriffs deputies will see that he ison hand when Judge Cantrill calls his case and be will be tried nolens volens unless bo can show better cause for not being tried than the pardon of a measly usurper A GOOD deal of comment has been caused by the committee In the 7th dis trict ruling that only those who sup ported the democratic nominees in the last election are entitled to participate- In the primary There oughtnt to be any to that Surely those who have shown that they do not support nominees unless they suit them are I not the proper persons to select noml flees for democrats Let the bolters show forth meet for repentence bolero they take so high a seat in the synagogue TAYLOR must feel himself in dire need of protection A dispatch says he had a long conference with Assistant Secretary of War MeikleJohn woo doubtless promised to send the army- and navy to Kentucky to protect him from trial and its almost certain disas trous result to him The great and good man who claims lobo a martyr in the cause of civil liberty seems to bo- n serious trouble His every move ment excites suspicion and gives addi tional strength to the chain of circum stances not to mention the corroborat ing evidence that connects him with the most damnable deed over batched by political conspirators rEvKtiv republican convention In Kentucky so far hold has endorsed Tay lor and would have doubtless done to If bo had been convicted ot the assassination of Gov Gocbol instead ot strongly suspected of conspiracy in the foulest crime of the century A party which can deliberately endorser his outrageous acts against law and decency to ear nothing of the greater crime deserves and will get darana tlon whether Taylor is hanged or not A DISPATCII says that Finley and Taylor disguised with green goggles stole along the streets of Indianapolis and when a reporter accosted the usurper Finley responded ItHls name It not Taylor Thats my friend Jones Do honest men or innocent men act thatway Verily no scripture is truer than the postage Tho guilty flee when no man purauoth JIM HOWARD says he Is Innocent gives himself up Charles Finley says he Is Innocent but continues to hover under the wing of an assassin sympa thizer Gov Moupt in Indiana Tbo lODe proves his faith by his works The other works the sympathy racket on old suckers like Mount and shows bis fear of an Investigation Which would you pick for an Innocent or an honest manJ R COLLIER has sold the Franklin Favorite to E J and C L Hobdy and retired from Journalism which loses a very big bodied and big hearted democrat If the new owners will keep It in the middle of the road as well ns Collier has they can retire after 24 years as he wltb the plaudits of all who love men with views and the courage to champion them IT is hard to decidowhich is the best republican paper In Louisville the Dispatch Post or Commercial but the republican council solved the question by electing the Dispatch public printer over the Commercial 23 to 8 This shows appreciation and will help the organ of assassination to continuo its existence a few days longer THE Louisville Times with its usual enterprise the Kentucky republican platform yesterday several days In advance of the convention It is simply a gallows with a ready tied knot awaiting the conspirators MASS CONVENTION There will be a mass conventlou of the democrats of Lincoln county at the court house In Stanford Ky Saturday Juno 16th a 2 P M standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to a convention to be held at Barrodsburg June 20th to nominate a candidate for Concrcs JNOW HOLMES Chmn THE LATEST LOUISVILLE May 11 830 A MrAf tor unanimously nominating Bryan the populists at Sioux cttv held an excit ing session finally nominating Oharles A Towne silver republican for vice president Towne is willing to with draw if he is not satisfactory to democrats at Kansas City The Tennessee democrats rcnomina ted McMlllln for governor The first resolutions endorsed expansion but the committee was sent back with now members and an antiexpansion plank was formulated and adopted Green Golden and Berry Howard are ready to surrender Both are said to have been in correspondence with the Goebel brothers 0 D About Conspirators and Assassins Berry UowarJ cboVged with complicity in the Goebel assassination says ho will surrender in the next few days Mrs Banta having made oath that she never said she saw Jack China shoot Goebe the colonel has withdrawn his suit for 825000 afcalnst her The Goebel reward commission held a meeting at Frankfort and approved some minor accounts Tho total ex penses of the commission to date do not exceed 82600 Jim Howard of Clay county charged with complicity In the murder of Guy Goebel surrendered to Sheriff White of Clay who took him to Frankfort Ho says ho la Innocent The assassination suspects will be guarded in the all at Georgetown byre deputy sheriffs They were taken thither without handcuffs and people could not tell who were the oRlcors and who were the assassins oThe Georgetown jailer is said to have greeted the assassination suspects wltb Im nodn Goebellte which leads the Frankfort Democrat to remartt that his most intimate friend would not ONCE MORE t tf oj III We emphasize the fact that Every Customer that our Advertisement brings us Gets All That We Promise I f We advertise only the most Reputable Goods The best sort is Kentuckyrtomers Thats why we sre the busiest house in Domestics We will continue to give each customer as much as 10 yards of Calico for 3Jc per yardAnother shipment of yard wide IVrcae not a piece in the lot worth less than 7ic and lOc to be sold at 5c 20 Pieces of 7Jo Outing Cloth for 5c Covert Cloth for Skirts worth COc ape clal price this week 120 25 Pieces of Dimity lOc quality special price 7o A few bolts of 6c Apron Checked Ging ham on the cheap counter 4jc Extra heavy striped Cottonade worth 20c special price 12jc Blue Cottonado 3 T brand 15c quality special price this week lie New York Uamletts this week only lie ClothingY- ou will miss the chance of your life if you fail to get a pair of our all wool Pants at 133 They are worth from t2 to Knee Pants only lOc They are worth double the money Mens Blue Cottonade Pants this week only 43- cllena striped coton Pants special 32c They are cheap at 60 Boys Jeans Pants 48c Mens all wool Doe skin Pants worth 8150 this week only 7i c We can not say too much for our line of liens Boys and childrens Suits gainsay the charge that he is a d d foolOn his way to the transfer to the jail at Georgetown Caleb Powers made the statement thnteven should the supreme court decide that Taylor Is governor he will not attempt to use the pardon issued him by Taylor when he was about to flee but will stand his trial In the course of a sensible article on the Kentucky situation the Knoxville Sentinel says No sane man can doubt that Caleb Powers and his associates are assassins and should be dealt alt by the strong hand ot the law in a manner in keeping with their crime Is doubted by no ono The conviction ot these men would mean practically the conviction of Gov Taylor and this would be a consummation most devoutly to be wished All believe that be Is at the head of this conspiracy and all agree that he should be the principal sufferer for the crime The blood of Gov Goebel is certainly on somebody hands and it looks very much to the outside world from the evidence which has been produced that those hands are the hands that are worn by Gov Taylor The affair throughout has been horrible and tho responsibility there for rests with the republican party ot White of Clay and Col T C Campbell held a conference during which tbosherlff ably presented the case of Jim Howard At its conclusion Col Campbell saidItI have no doubt Mr White that you believe Jim Howard Innocent On the contrary I can not but believe that he is the man wbo fired the fatal shot I like Howards appearance Bls voice is soft and pleasing as a womans but I think his restless oye betrays him However it is the evidence at band which convinces me in spite of your way of put ting his innocence After Mr How ards surrender I do not attach the im portance to that which you do If he had not come in with your sheriff today ho would have been taken by our own men to a moral certainty next week Mr White said to a reporter that he would become Howards bondsman In the sum of 30000 If ball is granted und further that if it be necessary Howard could give 100000 ball POLITICIANS AND POLTICS The first district republican conven lon Indorsed exGov Bradley for the vice presidential nomination The republicans of Illinois In convention at Peoria nominated a full State ticket headed by Richard Yatcs for governor The speaker arbitrarily refused to recognize Mr Sulzer of New York totter a resolution of sympathy la the louse for the Boers The crowds of customers from this and adjoining counties is proof that they are all right All we ask of you ii to come and look we will be sure to get you for a customer Shoes Mens low cut tan Shoes worth 12 ape cial price as long IU they last 680 Ladies Patent Tip Oxford worth 76c as long as they last 30c Mens Tan Shoes coth top worth f16O special price OSc Mens Vlci Kid Laco Coin Toe Shoes worth 13 special price 103 We carry the leader in Ladies 1160 Shoes Gents Furnishings Mens Irk front Shirts striped or plain Special price 49c Silk finished Suspenders 35c quality special price 15c All linen round pointed collar for men 15c quality this week Oc Mena seamless black or tan Socks Oc Mens elastic ribbed Drawers 75c every where this week only 4S- cNotions 15x30 inch checked Towels worth lOc special price 3o 13x25 all linen Towels fancy border special price this week 4c 10x33 bleached fringed Towels Mar seille pattern specU18c The vote of the electoral college will be the same this year as It was in 1806 when McKinley received 271 electoral votes and Bryan 176 The subcommittee of the National democratic committee at Its meeting found that satisfactory progress was being made on the convention hall In Kansas City The race problem conference at Montgomery was attended by quite a number of distinguished speakers Hon Hilary A Herbert wbo was In Clevelands cabinet was elected pre l dentAs a result of tho Rev Dr Hough tons charges in a sermon in Atlanta Sunday against James G Woodward mayor of Atlanta the city council adopted a resolution calling on the mayor to resign- Representative Turner has Introduc cd u bill In the House to regulate the practice In jury trials in Federal court so as to conform with State courts The bill requires Federal judges to file their charges to juries In writing The fruits of imperialism be they bitter or sweet must be loft to the sub- Jects of monarchy This is the ono tree of which the citizens of u republic may not partake It is the voice of the serpent not tbo voice of God that bids us eatW J Bryan Bl there John B Thompson The Bopklnsvlllo Kentuckian says Some of the statesmen who blew tin horns In tbo Loulsvlil convcntlon last year to prevent Gocbels nomination are will- Ing to harmonize this year if allowed to dictate the terms Wharton Baker of Philadelphia and Ignatius Donnelley wore nominated for president and vice president by tbo Middle of the Road Populists at Cincinnati who adopted a plan submitted by Jo Parker of Kentucky de manding public ownership of public utilities The Fusion clement of tbo party In convention at Sioux Falls S D nominated Bryan by acclamation In convention assembled the Shelby county republicans recommended Lud low F Potty of SholbjQcounty to the voters of the 8th Congressional districts a suitable and competent person to represent them in Congress and called upon hIm to announce himself as u candidate Whnts the matter with the gray gelding- Speaking of the objection of Judge Breckinrldgo to be called general tho Owensboro Messenger hits Hardin hard when it says The generals who bave for the past 20 years occupied the attorney generals olllco at Frankfort may have been very fine military gentlemen but until Pratt and Breck inrldgo came In it shad been a long long time since there was a real lawyer in charge of the shop 0x50 Inch extra large honeycomb pub tern fringed Towels worth life special price tills week do 22x48 inch bath Towels cheap At SOc special price this week lie 72 inch while Quilt worth Me spccla prim this week 49o Clarendale Crochet Quilt extra size 8125 quality special price this week 83c Ladies silk Mitts fart black only lOc Ladies Kid Gloves 81 quality in black and all shade of tan or green special price 69c 1 Lot of Ladles Kid Gloves regular 75c quality special price 40c The thousands of things that go toward making an uptodate and complete stock of Notion cannot be mentioned in this space We always carry a full line of Ladies and MIvci Underwear hosiery Corsets Corset Covert Ac House Furnishings c 2 Yard Lace Curtain worth 76c ape cial price this week 48c 3 Yard Loco Curtain worth II special price 68c 3 Yard Lace Curtain 54 inches wide worth 160 special price 105 0 Foot Felt Window Shades 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T D RAN37Y112QR PRORS uti14IfoOf Insurance Jersey Co i ORGANIZED 1845 Assets 0941971778 Liabilities 011070721 Surplus 502509322 The Best Policy The heat Company Annual Dividend IJcforo placing your al plicatlcation for Life Insurance ice R B MAHONY Agent Stanford Ky K3Ilefcrencca Our Policy Holders 1110 Lnm OF u CLJOTKI I For Men Boys and Children GFODD PANTS A SPECIALTY 16 See our Line of Custom Millie Pants at 1260 to 342 per pall W E PERKINS o Crab Orohnrd Iy JUVENILE SHIRTS The little fellows must have them We carry them in White and Negligee or ratherFull Dress and Negligee White collars and ties to suit3 years and older No doubt It will give tho mother a great deal of pleasure and trouble tn rig out the young man of three years of ago Look In our window Come I- nCALDWELL ZANIER Danville The Lending Shoe and FuinUhing IIouSo of Danvllo THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY Title Is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re Gently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses the now discovery In optical science I to say to the Ladles that THESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very Imtest Designs jr JVJouldhcjs Patterns never Hold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings Among tho lot is the New French bfeur De mouldings specially for suitable pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors an that roo wire a dainty frame When In Danvllle call and see us and get our prices WoIwill save you money 124 Third FtrtMl Opposite Post Office Danville Ky II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY II 1900 w P WALTON TUB CONFKDKItATE Vtr RAN Low club rate given with tho INTK molt JOURNAL 1 year each for 1160 The growth of tho Confederate Veter an published by S A Cunningham at Nashville Tcnn Is remarkable Its circulation of 81 Issues monthly allIto January 1000 180111013iIH05 10175 1803 10100 1890 20100 Sub icrlptlons for tbo Veteran will bo re ceived at thin ofllco It and tbo INTE more JOUHNAL will bo sent for a year at the club rate of II Dy applica tion to ui copies of the Veteran will be sent to our veteran friend who are unable to subscribe W P Walton Christian Endeavor convention Ver sailles May 1113 LoW rates to this meeting In effect via Queen is Crescent Route from all station In Kentucky Every convenience arranged for the delegates The very bolt speakers will bo In attendance Ask your ticket agent for full particulars May blwlcel Festival Louisville May 1410 Ono faro for the round trip May 14 15 and morning trains May 10 limited May 17 For further informa- Lion apply to nearest agent of the i Southern Uy or connecting lines W II Tayloe osaU goof pus agent Lou isville Ky JILLIons OIV= H AWAY It U mtulalr IraUrIII lo Iha publl to know of OM concern alba land bore not m1 to W ctnrrwii to the newly cudaaruatlo The proprl I torsul IT KIopa New Consumption Coughs and bids ban glttn away uitr teu roll t trill tattle medidur and have tht MtlifMlloa or aora1I hit atmluuly rurel- Ihouundeorbnpi taw Ailhni llronihlllt llMrwneM ixl dlMun of Threit Chat and lan art kurtlr estnd by II UU on I U tftIDr lru1Id tatree ub ta Il- ghrktA and ll En Io91a gwnat4 w- Me rrs Low lUrae TO TUB NOKTHWHBT T1ckts will be sold by the Monon roeW from Louisville to jwlnla in Art awm British Columbia Colorado Ida bo Iowa Manitoba MUihleua Mne Mostaon Nebraska New Mtxko frIband South Dakota Utah Wn h legion VUwMlR and Wyoming aod ret irn at ana fN for the round trip I ustJ uo TusjMlajr AurU 17Ui Half rap fur children betwawa 5 asd It lu t yevn Ttofceta good fur 21 days reo tacning foil tpnloulars of your to al ticket agent or cheerfully tarnish cd with mOltS a dtebxtula by E II na oo D P A Louisville Kv ALLt trealke1 oftn nNIaebe ad ulh 8ID fell ag UMt1 se reed to Mel like tint UM W W liiwiarr Idavllle lud lie nyi lawlrit lilt lananJlwlthelhleglar a Mai who be ban ib a and ioalear whrltiMb llrraar dins It core glv a we new atreegtb and peal ap than anrtMeg ewMl take eaa new rat alac and have a new Iwwa life at 1Moe Stone Ivey Wetle purNd SinciAL IUTBS TO WASHINGTON D CThe Choanpoako ft Ohio wil Ml round trip tickets to Washington 20 to 21 at one faro fortho roundtrip good returnllll until May 3Iit oo account of the mooting of the Myetlo Sbrlnnru Keep these dates In your mlodil you are going to make R trip Rut George W IJarnuy div pan agent C fc O Hy Lexington liooucwuiu iioo Tba raklera of this PMs will Ut lMrd la Tarn bit there li at least one dreaded dlwaM that of ore hu tern aM to rural n all Hi tair god that It CaUrrh Iallatanb Cure li the imltltt run now known to the 11Illrallraroll Cwrb te4r a rontltullonal dlKUe eyuiM a suualltutlona treatment Italic catarrh lUre II taken Interntlly meting dl tI upon the blood asdmuroussurfaces ollbe lclIItbrreby destroy Intlht loundtllon of tba diwe and ttllnlC the- polltnllreatb bybullding up the omstltullen doln In yurt Thepo- deWnhaaasuehfilth la IU curitlt powers that they oarr 1100 ror a Ib Itfall toeure SdWTW lUKif CO TOW 0 HII blnlullll 7Jc I lalla amlly lira are tht Wet Season tlekoU to tbo Louisville May Music Festival May 14 15 and 10 uro only 17 for the beat seats in the house Single tickets 9260 to 50 coots to hear Setnbrlch and Nordica the great stars of tho Metropolitan Opera Company and Miss Leonora Jackson tho world famous violinist Tho railroads will glvo very low rates Tho ancients believed hat rheumatism the work of a demon within a man Any one who has had an attack of sciatic or inflammatory rheumatism will agree that the Infliction Is domqnlno enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out demons but It will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testimo ny to the truth of his statement One application relieves tho pain and this quick relief which It affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Craig locker t1raggiste Tbo 1000 crop Ibe larger than the average If nothing now comes along to spoil the present splendid prospect From Michigan Delaware New Jersey Georgia uad Texas reports Indicate that tho crop will be a record breaker Don lilugcly former Louisville news t paperman who was appointed consul lit Geneva by President Cleveland has been transferred to Malaga Spain Olga Nethcrsolo the actress has tiled suit against tbo Rev T O Easton of Washington for 30000 damages Sho alleges that bo characterized nor In a recent sermon m lewd woman Before bacteriology became fashionable In medical circles we used to call hardvco ur the Bra greater nor less than comfortWBMjelther it is now when ova know that the trouble U all due to an Infinitesimal bug with a Latin name three feet long ending In coc cue or spirilla We sneezed and we shivered sad we blew our noses with no more vigor then than now more to the purpose we got well JllitIps quickly then as now The tilt a who paw their waking hours peer log Into highpower microscopes discovered the grip bacillus but baoI havent discovered the way to kill It is very little consolation to the wretched sneezing paUsnt to be as sired that his wore may all be nit rib uted to I bacterium which takes up his headquarters In the mucous membrane of the throat and nose and proceeds to make trouble with a vigor entirely out of proportion with his abe Not the cause but the cure Is what Interests the sufferer and the cure Is no more rapid today than it was a century agoI when bug hunting was In Its early infancy andoll Immersion lenses were unknown A correspondent under the nom de plume of Preacher writes as follows Ilroagoodtorounds that during the progress of a sanctified meeting ot Island Ky an overzealous brother concluded that ha was the means of transportation from this earth to the better land So low ering himself Vipon lob hands and knees he cried out Anyone who wants to go to Heaven get on and lets go Two or three men rode the brother to the front where he threw them oil like a bucking broncho when upon his re t turn he called for another passenger and a young man equipped with two heavy spurs mounted the conveyance provided and began to drive the rowels Into ouch sUr which caused the Im nude to his and TbUl1eDdedconvert has had the privilege of ridI tag Into Heaven at this meeting upon tt representative of U ala animal for lie did not lOie the spurs The MaJoe man irclares that tlIonly earn fit for human Ixlnffa to rat la iiroduecd in the state of stumps Kentucky cftirns a monopoly of all thr good whisky cud California braists of the flneat grapes on earth Florida isi admitted to be the only part of I hemisphere where the orange attains lerleeHoDI New Jersey hismooqutetra of unrivaled slaw and unapproachaMe fcroeityj North Carolina bee the finest cubb tg t and Virginia the moot eloits nppta There Art few men uollljvtiough to stBRd In the presence Georgian nnd express a doubt that tatll priKlucea the most luscious ponohea that ever blushed under the kisses of the sun It is dangerous to touch any state on Ita tender spot of pride While n train was backing up In the Union station fn Indianapolis the en gineer Venal the whimporlnguf a child accompanied by the barking and whining of a puppy dog and after hunting around ho found n threeyear old boy clad only In a nightgown and stock lug and a little dog shivering on the railroad track It was discovered that the child lived iicnr by and after be- Ing put to bed had crawled out and started on a ramble with the little black dog his inseparable companion After this adventure the family will doubtless prize the dogvery highly A Texun imper keeps the following notice which is n better Iden than any evolved by Brother Sheldon on flit editorial page Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the News will be gladly cor rected upon Ita being brought to the attention of the publisher If the privilege is extended to comment on esteemed contemporaries no more could be asked A neat feature In telephone work was accomplished a short time ago at Detroit when the switchboard serving 6000 subscribers was cut In two and moved 15 feet without hindering the service nn Instant For ten weeks 42 electricians and scores of ether men were preparing tot the move which was mode in ten hours A Kentucky negro has invented a machine for breaking hemp which It is said will more than do tho work of ten hands It is said to be n practical fully perfected piece of mechanism and will no doubt make the negro In the near future a rich man A plaster parts design for an Uncle Sam hat probably the largest In the world containing within its crown practical models for upward of dls tinct types of lints worn by 23 nation nlltlds will be sent from Philadelphia to tho Paris exposition The New Orleans man who claims to have Invented n gun to shoot SO miles gets little comfort from n scientific Journal It analyzes Ida scheme and says his gun would have to be 1500 feet long and operated by a plant that would cost 21640000 THE RED CIRCLE PILL Awlsis the Liver Nature will do tl e Rest THE POOR MANS DOCTOR The lIest Liver Kidney nnJ years1msCure Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation Biliousness Ohonic Headache And the great majority of aliments canted by a Torpid Uv- ciDOB 3 3SOT UA1TS3JAT3 OCAPE I lint ails gusty nn the liver 25 does In a box for 23c Try It once And you will never bu without It KnrtWcby W B McROBERTS Druggist Stnnfor Hy 10 trains rrtrr 4 ulna n SundayINDIANAPOLIS i rFour FastTrains TO Toledo Detroit MICHIGAN every Sunday Pullman Wagner nI Vcttlbuled Standard and Compartment Steeping Can Cara and Cato Dining Cart II nokreeprrqP6 IS ri e w7TlerratyeArtI IzJnWi Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute Insist on LIONXOFFEE pkgs These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front r lb COFFEE pk Gold Collar Button fbCottewnppenanda2centsump alike ladles sod non shape U handy and popular and Fl For 18 non had and 2ccnt The Illuttratlon It only tnotblrdi actual size Color a delicate pink Bestenamel MtUng and gold finlih durableitrlltn and The Lions BrIde ate Milled tree for 12 lion cut from Coffee sand a2centstamp An unusually One picture from the brush of noted German Gabriel Max it founded CbMnUsoa The The story U Interesting and we tend each a some folder containing cop of the poem And telling all about It SUe 15x26lnchcf- t Dorothy and Her Friends AND AND CANADA POINTS aao+ra 4 tuna wttkdiy 3 trains and on night trains Parlor Can day s trains Parlor Dfcr o in lib of s of rolled tacit for geatle a heads the It on Units Bride on on A bright sad a 2c stamp A cheery picture represent IDg a rlrl play ing with her chick cniand her rabbi ti The predominating colon aro rich rude and greens Size 1U28 Inches For lion heads and Sant will mall Beady Let hinging 4 trains tarnweekday 3 trains on Sunday LION gold I This Lion with trainTo CHICAGO wtAf57e IStylish BeltBuckle naadsomely coldplated with Roman atih and let with rub JwdInThli will be Welcomed for dreSSedup occasions by the ladles like to wear different lubei Tho goldnnlsh goes well althea y of them Given lion heads and a cent tamp Indleq Apron goodquality alternate and tucks broad hem at bottom and Is gathered at waist a very tlsbarilcle inches Olven for 20 lion headsanda2c nt stomp t Fruit Picture Size 16x21 inches liven for 8 lion heads and a 2cent 50Foot Clothes Line Given for Iii lion heads and u2c nt stamp closelybnlded tDfCaa IIIQ Rte give rho bat of I satisfaction Stanford Female College WILLIAM SHELTON PUKSIUBST Next Session Will Begin Jany 22nd When New Pupils Will be Received and ClassifiedF- or admission call on lIt NANNIE S HAUFLEY Lady Principal J A ALLEN CO Contractors Arid Builders STANFORD KY have now a complete stock of llulldlng Material Yellow Iloe Flooring Culling Doors HHitli Illlnds and all kind of Drensutl and Hough Lumber tihluglo and dteel Routing Wcwt forte Ac WH make estimates on any kind of work wanted Offlce opposite lr LU Cooks sSSSSSISillSSSSSSSSSS5S VERY LOW RATES VIA THE SOUTHERN R R MAY 29 BOTH 1000 During the Confederate Reunion at Louisville the Southetn Railway will make a r Ito of Ic per mile traveled In each direction making rates to Louiivllle and return as follows From Lexington S170 Lawrenceburjr SJJo Georgetown fl55 Midway 55 Versailles 1160 Harrodsburg 1170 Ilurgin 80 Shelbyvile Me Tickets will be sold May 28th 2ith and 30th good to return until June 6lh WOO Alto reduced rates from stations on Louisville dt Atlantic It R Queen Crescent Route and all points South In connection therewith and from other stations on the Southern Hallway not named above at similar reduced rate of Ic per mile traveled 2c per miss round trip Convenient Train Service and Best Accommodations Isssengers for Louisville viII Thf Southern Hallway arrive at Seventh Street Union Depot within one block of the Confederate Veterans Amphitheatre- For tickets otherinformation apply to nearest agent of Southern Railway 01 connecting lines t olpondtnc solicited Address W A TURK WM H TAYLOE O P A Washington DO A G P AH LouUvllle Ky SSSAOAi5555511 Otllr55S5500lirt11 It 2 I of A on of nice bound to book form with sheets of tissue be tissue pages the It eel achy can be spread to one are Interested for the 1 LION and will never use any other is absolutely pure Coffee and but Coffee I Mantel Clock Palsy HardEnamel Gold STRENGTH JIIplease cheerypictureFor neatly tamp Box Colored Crayons 10 bud a 2c Tine wax sn1 d out lo I i Book collect ouUlD- ePCuru tweenlhe crayons fifteen dtflertnt colon accom preyem beneath thus affording enjoyment u well w to the hand and eye These drawlog books and drawing book requires lion heads and a 2cent stamp Naval Box Kite See Fly I The brated box kite now so Thirty long and comes safely folded but quietly ray American boy wants and older also Best Coffee Money Try COFFEE you It nothing f por lion and stamp with foriwitnstrong paper break trig Drawing nttogetherThere Walled free for 40 lion heads cut from I Lion Coffee wrappers and a2cent stamp Dy express Ito for head and I2c tamp Frame beautifully floUhed with JiltBUuid 5 Inches high A beaul aDd good timekeeper Alarm Clock II =NeckPin Genuine tltrrn II Childs Ladles Scissors Sf II Iutmmlnc IImpILengtbSimilar to Par chest which has been In eastern countries since before the dawn of history The illus tration shows plan of the game with usual counters dice and dicecups companying U A JramO which tOOt le lfonI trIIi Every IDontr Ttta ADOVB ARB ONLY A FEW OP TUB UON COPFEB PREMIUMS Another lIt will IMPORTANT NOTICEshortly appear In tbl paper Dont miss It The grandest list ol premluma ever offered I When writing for premiums send your letter In the same envetope or package with the lion heads II more than S lion heads are sent you can You always know LION COFFEB save by down tho margin Ask your grocer for Urge Address all letters toI age with the lions head In front ItleabaolutelypurellthepackageIllwtntedprcmlumlbG Is unbroken UON COFFEB If roasted the day It leaves the factory WOOLSOH SPICE 0oay Toledo Ohio tiJ 4T MfiT T rte T T- In Your MirrorjLook eo sparkling eyes a healthy tinted skin a sweet expression and a grace ful form These attraction are the relult- of good health If are absent there U nqart disorder of the dis tlncUy teminlneorgana present Healthy everywhere menstrual organ mean health beauty McELREES Wino of Cardui I makes women beautiful and healthy- It stripes at the root of all their trouble There isno menstrual dis order ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl the approachingIcrisis in a womans j health strength and happiness It costs 100 of dealers e For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptom Laulcs AdV1soryDepartment IThe Chattanooga Tenn Co I KRS KOZENA I4TOTS of Oenavllle Texas inrwas troubled at monthly I interval with pains In mrheadynd hu been eUUrely of CrdL FRITH HOTEL F FBANCISM Proprietor AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Best Hotel In tbe mountains nits coniidnred Forttn meet all trains itycctal attention to true cling m- enFOXi LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and tar sale nt all tim- esMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pjor laticnstcr s Kentucky Nwly furnished clean beds BplenJ table Everything firstclass Portci meet all trains 80 D S CARPENTER Hustonville Ky Kee sconatantlyonhanda complete line of liuggles Buckboards Harness lure oc Agent fur Deerlng Mowers and Hinder and Oliver Chilled Plows the bet made nlwaystorsale Call on him OSiTh uthern Kutud Investmsnt Comcany Of Lexington Ky i THE OLDEST AND THE BEST IcyMm Louisville Ky ws Vs Baltimore Md Ihlladelphia 1a Paid To Certificate Holders 529218225 FassedTo BeserTejFani 49500925 BARNES WEAKEN LOCH Agent Stanford THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and ouly FIFrS2CLASSHo- tel in the city making a 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts o tho City Everything neat and clean uu Our fee returned If we fall Any one sendln sketch and description o any invention will receive our free concerning the patentability of same How to Obtain 0 Patent sent request Patents secured through us advertisedor sale at our expense Patents taken out through us receive special- woUeewithout In TUB PATENT RECORD mti Illustrated awl drculateil journal consulted Manufacturers and Investors Scud for sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D As It Sometime Happens I dont care what mv constituent thlnkl exclaimed the congressman hotly I think for J rI1 once knew another man vh boasted of that suggested the mar from home- Yes Oh yes And do you know what happened to him No What Well after the next elution there was no one else for whom he had the privilege of thinking Chicago Post Study In Ornithology Chollle in Florida Have you been to the water since you came Miss Dollie Dollie Noj Im terribly afraid of the water Thats funny ducks are not usual ly afraid of the water Im very fond of the water Yes most geese are Yonkers Statesmen Just ns Good Havent you got something nVr the little girl that will make an old hen lay right along- I reckon so said thq drnggistr young son temporarily In charge nt the store as he reached for the strychnine bottle but havent you got a good hatchet at your house Chicago Tribune He Wa Acquainted with Sarah I got bad news for ye snit the neighbor as ho rode up to the fence SI Teary has run away with tour Wife I guess he haint said the farmer with conviction No man livin could run away with Sal Maybe now she a run off with SI Indianapolis Press W aa Boss IShe play grand opera Ill be theboss Tommy Xo it takes a man to be the manager Ethel Oh you can be the manager but I want to be what they call the bella donnaCathollo Standard and Times An Inherited Opinion Mrs GrayWell suppose I was a co quettel Theres no great harm in a girl flirting a little before shes mar riedThe ColonelDo you teach your thatI noit Isnt necessary IPuckA nailne AVomnn But If I fall said the young man as he started to ask the girls father for her Well she replied promptly you can make an assignment and Ill become your assignee Detroit Free Press Helpless He Would you scream if I were to take you in my arms and kiss you She What good would that do Papa and mamma are away and the walls and floors and ceilings of this flat are all deadened Chicago Timea herald The Aeme of HitppliienB Happiness sometimes portrayed By tho man who has reached the top And then again it comet to a man Who is next In a barber shop Chicago Record A SLY HINT Heres a penny little vboy Buy a stick of candy Tanks mum Kin yer tell me where I kin git two for n penny os me ulster wont be disappointed N Y World The Apropos Bsfeece How did he acquire that fine Rus linguistIother He made a deliberate practice of put ting too much pepper on his omelet Washington Star- Steward of Diplomacy I believe Goodluck has got an in crease of salary What was it forex tra workYes lIe always listens when the boss tells the smart things his two yenr old youngster saysTltBitsC- ommercial Candor Did you take any interest in the last election Interest echoed Senator Sorghum in grieved accents I was nighty lucky to get my principal back Washington Star Very Thoushtfal The Minister I never see you bring your baby to church The Thoughtful Wife No Im afraid the dear little thing might keep my husband awake Yonkers Statesman Unfortunate resIwore at the seaside Maude Yes but he was a married roan Harlem Life IA1enceful Household BagleyI never restrict my wife She does exactly as she pleases DalleAnll you InagleyI do exactly as she pleases too Sometimes the AVuy Frtddle hads a critic dad Cobwigger Hes a man who says clever things about things that are not clevcr Town Topics BeglnnlMff Early Mamma as train slows up at rural station Let tho window down Oi tendl Dont you see that hornet nest suspended from the limb Sufi pose a hornet should fly in and sting youOstendLet them come mammal If I get stung I can sue tho railroad DallyNewsHorse Philosophy Tho men standing about tho horse that hal slipped and fallen on tho wet granite block pavement were encour aging tho animal to get up by kicking vigorouslyYet I complain of their treatment of me soliloquized the horse That Is the way they treat one of their own kind when he Is down Chicago Tribune Wns elneeret vHickspel impress you WicksTo tell the truth I hardly know what to think of him I dont know whether he is n humbug or only just a humorist When you introduced TepslrDoston In the Dark Patience So you accepted Will last nightratrlcelu look nt him in a different lightthan you used to To tell the truth when I accepted him there wasnt any light at all Yonkers Statesman Genius Bnconrmced I at least have the satisfaction of knowing said the poet that when I die my work will live after me Yes the poets wife wearily re plied your work being inanimate will of course be beyond the danger of starving to deathChicago Times Herald Old Mlllls The modern old maid said the boarder Is a good deal more P ogreA site than her predecessors Oh I guess not The old maid of other days managed to have the latest wrinkle as well as anyone said the Cheerful IdiotIndinnapolis Prose ltonsnnl l ice She Can it bo that you really love me I know I am not beautiful beautySheIndeed Hate to insult me already Pray con abler our engagement at an endS- Y World Crltlclxin This wont dol said his friend A short stout man from Ken tucky Whats the matter with that asked the author Why Kentuckians in literature must be tall and gaunt Puck Ilensnnt Prospect Marie after we are married what course shall you pursue to retain my loveOh Harry I shall spend an awful lot of money on fine clothes and look just ns pretty as I clU1CMcago Record Beware Iray do not laugh at everything You hear the baby say Hell think he Is humorist At some sail future drfjr Brooklyn Life CQtmSC OF TRUe LOVE He with prldeYe dear my fa ther and mother lived together for 40 whole years and never had a single quarrelIIlshrldehow terribly monotonous darlingl Punch At the Coachman Hall The Maid Sam Coupes hands used to smell so strong of horse hair but things are changed now The CoachmanIn what way The Maid Well since lies been run ning on automobile his hands smell of gasoline Chicago Dally News A Way Oat Wife emphatically cant put it oft another week We must clean houseHusband coaxingly No dont Lets touch a match to the place and bcglnfrcshi N Y Weekly Ileyond Ills Comprehension She Why do they call love the tender passion do you suppose He Im sure I dont know its tho toughest thing that ever happened to me Yonkers Statesman ISncfltirnirc n lied Ilabll These silent people often do harm In the world What do you meanIWhy they let other people too much Chicago Record Reason tor Isla Ignore noe Mrs Crlnuonbcnk You dont know anything Johns Mr Crltnsonbcak know it Ive been hearing you talk for nearly 20 years Yonkers Statesman Tho Alain lauUon- lIeYou are the only girl I ever lovedSheOh uevcr mind that Tho main question is am I the only girl you ever will love TitBits O aL O SCENIC PLAYING GAUDS We here lust received a new lot of scenic playing cards Knob card bas an exquisite engraving of a bltof scot cry along thallno and there are Kl dlf forcnt scenes Similar cards can nor bo bought for lets than SI por pact Tho denominations are shown In Final letters and figured In lobo corners that persons who do not play cards cui arrange them In groups tied tram them making very pretty picture Send Boo in cash or stamps to corn coat and postage and a deck will bo matted to your address OeorBO W Hurooy Dlv Pare Agent Lexington Ky Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children coitlructu the disease having severs coughing IICUI Wo had used i lininbrrtwln Cough Item eJy very stcrtufully lot croup stud nut urally turned to It at that time and roan It relieved the cough mid elleUod tram cure JOHN K CMFTOIIO Propilo tor jforrtovd IToufe Norwosxl N Y Till remodvis for solo by Craigalt Hook er Druggists IUULIC S LEA FINE RESIDENCE And Building Lots ON TTTESDAY TRAY 22 1900 I will lIfrt nubile ulr on the prfil e 4uce with lend sdjolDlng iliustrd In lsanUie C hWH It an rxrcllent brie std eat stem buildlDt of It roonti frwnln vllh Isiilea Iou lice with tesMlUlnl ssitMe Sow Isrge purebrs 11 h soon wsier C AM dry crlbn sod Iraebsrn all srla y oulWillillnjr DM sod hot sod coW veer throughout tlte tutu s s targs BtTMblllu 1tiepaad tw- oesleeaslysrd too The W mlTsl ItltIt halt Itesttoo lIb one lawn It to wet ksowo t need J ciliikm With the bouw Is 3530 LO1iTj FEET 0 LOT- SfpaeddPthlaetagantrNaaadallwithin IIIlo eva mlnBlMW twa IB the put few years uar a ksM ems eat deiMws have been butlton ilrwtsftelir thts rnif mj I he rf sleily rerowo ufltn pr elaga wl bas DW efltr pr f y ss s wfcoto Oipltsl vi Sell De wr or mere rraaMe is swat Tensx liWrsI nitdeltiMwB on day it s nyeneaa Ilfl it rty It sap Usse Par ii ie orxWrmliu J II Airane 11ftN K TISIS- Hesl Estate Alt DisUJr K- yOKLAHOMAS A cheatntuttts1llonmeasurlngl6 band tad weighs 1600 pounda Is a horse of tint wirrtftge and perfect in deposition lie will be shown in Stanford next Court Dsy- Oklahoma will make the season at my homo on the Hales Welt Hoail two miles south of Stanford At 510 to Insure a Living Colt Will aho stand my jack IBuDAT 6 TO INSURE Bud Is by Billy II of Winchester tint has never been beat In a bow ring E E PATTEBSOJT Stanfonl Ky Till FHKXCH COACH STAMJOV Q uASIgbtrel In rrecrh Coieh Mlud llook of jUler linn o tama J o also In IteuUUkius xntloniin No wlrnfr ul the Ant r M at tbe N llosil Universal spoellkn In laST end In 9SrtHdl Jllng wlih orrr t0 ImporUn h1 II Tlehner A Co Chicago In lawn Color wills small star black In hands high- rrlghIaworkingonler1126 pound Foaled on Alrli omtuune of orero lleiUlllmInneeldamCbalnantlby the is lIanl 2nd dam b Itrrolu Inn Ao e nll ree teen lie traced hark for our two cf nturlrs rltloatingfrom craw of the Arab slrra rossfd on mares tae ancient addle reed atar bark as1O QUA l will tusk Ihe eot srason of I9JO1 u 2y miles row Stanford on tbllulonl11 pRe st 110 the Season Money Due When Services are Eenderel er U5 to Insure A Utlng Colt Min kept at Me per week IVr but no ret nilbllllr for dentsk luau P DORSEY GOLDDUST No 120W beproducerofaneroul and Kailern hoise a tlutlhatre now at gull prlcea II- IlIIe the season At to Insure a Living Colt ROSCOEto Iniura a livgood JlulcJatkwillunnlit7 lersey Bull Pedros Great Hopes No VIM sired bylid Pedro that colt 110 000 and bit tam a 17lb end sox tow with first calf end of tire that won tho sweepstake prize st Worlds sir with tad Pedro hailing one of Ms any honors Will serve cow at ye each money IU8 whtn twrvlra Is rendered with return Irlfl- Ullf week IVrsonal often lion fe Siren bbtinolreMo for srclde t- UlilO HrAXixiRii Kv HEROe I will stand this flu JAck at ray sUblt at Store Ilul Ky B to Insuro A Living Coltet- saanehreedereudtomeof his rolls sold as high me lime snd lAt plate I will slsnd thenoted jack JUMBOlfe li a coming 4yearold black with white points bsro- ejjhnihbymaresantijenoehw1111Lettine irons prlllftonup Colt Was aired by Vulcan he b l Alexander lit dam by Iroctor Knot lie by i ut rl r Imotb mil Irank Jobn llIIi lack he by Hills klamiinolhIUvem- brass Mnuinolh by Itoyal tllllllllldt liper Cart taken to event accldenta but not ivt llOnlllle ihould any Grid coltloreur aA tine be permitted ir GALT01T 12910 TASDARD RRnnranED Hired bt llambella WllVes 2 sire of Out ettc t ns IAJltI lortne l M and tkl ulbffS 10 the Hi- tMtttdam Daisy lid grandam of Alien Wilt KIT red Alealia 23 at two jesrs old by En IItl stn oftlx in 2a1 sad tlf the laws of 6f In 230 or letter Seamd dam Qslekitep bv Xntllel Irlnte Jr ilrsofJ cl t 2J74p and Mhti ant of the lamas two In the list Third dam by old sue sin of te dare it J 1Ir tbuiIikea was sad daugbtere bare Tilt Odloas coin srosH fast snd goeil lackers IB 1ofIttlln hoW rift sjabjelwomlaawislooJltonHlle 10 to Insure n Lire Colt V DODD Hantentlltt Ky English Hunter Combined bay stnllt Ki 10 linatls high both bind unklo white Slrpd by AUIIAUJUI Me BMUiH lifts ilnm the VlUlom Luslc saddle tear by Davy Crockett ton of Danny Drounon by Imp DreiiDOo Jnd dam by IHghUndei- Alxlallnh Meseongsr sire Of finglfcilr Hun terUby Mosiongftr Chief situ of Iud 3isenger tllliEnglish Hunter has proven la be the boit alruof line sfie and l1lJth styled Mddl horsm In tit country t will stand Bngllsli Hunter the ssnsan t Inge at my stable four mileoa from Stanton on Crab Orchard like at 10 to insure a Livlno Golt Money due when colt Is foata or tear parted C DUNN Stanford WABOTH 10016 9 Statlllell ItuU S newest late Staff h- WaMagbr1su rite M tlkoea JI7S ar- ttasyehen lo UH WsMmtkMn Nsbotht tire sass of Oage Wilkes 515 Flrrt dear Ttewr by Ilseaget Itutw lees II ll Hdakef rIlalMlM llM 4m Naalae yssifg reed 5i4CmsU tar lIetIo iMtr to Jane HcwtU Jr kj Ha MMMlani lns4 Oztes M7v lard dies Jetsq Vy Harry say son eltblllt JyKaatIIH l ahsl IS sad Ue4h tfS that hits Jd1It tretlenc iiee W si the data of Eltttlocrer FsrthdirbyiibenysunelLaseeby A toft Ian IMlp- ssNTNaU th Is a Ur litHe high Itakd Juns N ltSS lib l dHrt csnUlBi Wad el HsnMttooisn lwrt WUkri Msssbrleo WM s lllst Jr and llsrry say Will Stand At 115 to Insure a Llring Colt Will tasks niharge Ar aaason U sell porn not to U salaMs at wlllnf tiNe I will also stand two Juts at sa to Insure Slates gncdatUpeeawash which In sll cases uuit be paid Wore they are taken away Care la kn to prerent ateldent but net mponilWs sUoald any oerar J ilAlUtllMAp hlnvtke Ky Eagle Bird Tho alghtv son of the great King Eagle Ragle Bird as a show stalllun lea but few rituals Ho won tho tNO stake at Itug ton 1 dofeatlng souse of the greatest horses thaI Kentucky lass over predicted Eagle Illrd as altre of good eolorwl colaflnlahcil horses l not surpasftod Ills are lu demand and are selling for high prices either for hualnuw or breeding pur poses Will make the present season at this stable of his owners S west of Stanford on the Shelby City plko at the low prlco of 10 To Insure fl Llvlnu Golt Parting with themaro forfcltstliolnsuianeo Also at the samo place we will stand lieu ono mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM At n to Insure No bettor mule Jack will be offered for public service than this Otto For further particulars addnws E P WOODS 8 Ky Bed Squirrel Jr i No asoNIs Rrnwn Btnlllon 15J hunts high sired by lied No M ho by Iltnek Squirrel No Sx First dam ocean Mountain Jill inns by Gray Kagle tlioCIuhbred- Till horse hM liliimulf to Ixt cno of thu best breeders of furcy home In Ken luck nlwnyii giving tlivm lino size and a plenty of Hftlon No son of lied Squirrel liiuslrca more good horses tliun this ono To wilt make aenson ut our tllio III tanfunl ul p1 L ffSXGStUf iio to Insure n Live Colt Money duo when colt Is faded or micro U lsorted with IIItAYLtlnnlit yCy DOUBLE STANDARD e Will wake tie eeall of one mile North of anrllle on the Lexington pike at U3 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT He U matk Squlrrtl ii hat dam ludlctby ISlol ewaiIJackson Jr 2nd dons Jeoae ruostd 3rd taw by hll IIlIturd thoroughbred mack IJooa1 lllawond Denmark d1u ockepur Stoocwall JackllOu Jr Ity HlolIalll- cklOn heby Wcblnllon Denmark et llouble Standard 111i3 hands high 1lIIt11ullOrr liloll dlnhEll umbra flue bone utd tlnleb and ittrsctattrntlon In any ronii sny Is one hack best son and a Still rolher to Ken ickyKlngVS who sold for flOW II an ungalted 1nfungefurnishedatl2perwooth Caro skcn to ccur prevent rteiilned on colt tosecursatud should service any U WKI810KU IUNVILLK Kr 1900 At the 1DIIUPRESTON 922 VOL 2 Solid lUr with black points tell banl1Shigh foaloJ In 1991 Sired by Washington SI lit Dens Italic by lllioderlrk 101 3d llatn by llunmarkIRHODERICK 104 c hay Stallion aired by Mambrlro t1 c1r07 by Highland ChltIIlot Dam by Son of Mawengurllolleshow mitre 1reston lint auraeud the at toatlon of the winning true first I premium nt tho Lexington Pair iod afttr i wand at lllrhmopd tho rlh purse or IIOM fur lice best eombisud Itulllult to f the State and itftcrwuni Ht the gnmt St i Ltinli Pair where he won lines price over the lINt lure in tit United States also at Knnsa City where he again foHted IttheelKtakoRahltiUonalter winning An of the first iirin In lien tueky wdl make the season at Its tnliMare Men retained on all cells until MMMIH hi IMK Call on or address O T fANnibOK IHnTlllp K- yttTnnkra fleet SWk lsrw Dear filwiky Urr ding David 1442 voi iy ComMoed itaMfen dark sbrataat with a strip In Aeoneahilf foot full It hands sad wejibr DUl1Io rsdfelredby nol SllfrnJ W sM fIak Sirfr Pal lit4iMbir StftewsljaslinJr aad datA by nay Unusefw 34 by ysng Chatter the ssassa of 190 at SIO to Insure n Living Colt Will also XJHd Ibs trig JckIef1PER OR 27Il- y Oowswr Weal m Oast UlM tlabR IltMle e wltli Uu palata ifH kiMh b Jb sod weigh titpeud- WW awve at tit Sw jeaaW anal W l awns Ie t Ire a Utee MM ids aet 4st ra aU eMa est i SMIM a0i r I- Iw 1siIhe wdtb era beeellag testvbeeaIMsMs IsMirssM- SQMUkssiVorrtsMrt sccMsM but alt rrejraa ibIsS aManycvse irieeNIllSoesWahb- des wbe turk Is tats away- Cell sad SSIM a7tet sa4 rtfMlsBy Uwl mdu whisk show hr tbmiMif I 8 TIBV1S tlabyat- KyUGIENSBIIBGB7B7 J llwsrd t als trlI J20 IbwtDut staples Uj hassle high bred by Ur lira UalMn Ky By Mnmbrino Patchon 58 Mrs W of lM 4aM si IM JaIDK 111 Vtlkts tOOH Cracked OsoMicUM hI9sJptMhA s hate sireder IM dint Varlst dar1 Ogden tHwj tfiM by orange Mowoss w 11034- i daw sc by MkUIMOwn tM lire W Used tbe dsmiofUIn fcSO soa HaMMtUn Ian 10 daer by Trunpers Hell T Mistier on ANfJ jj ULOS IM ili efOraagcCbislAtelt- rubs other and lb der or Rod Illowsm 104i rbyMM IItswnl tar Neflle Ibis dUra of nags lint tVfl by AmeitMn Star II A- rwin Stand at 10 to Insure a Living Colt WUl AIM Cud A Jak at To Icitue- At my ilsMssn the Aoretwt pike nut Manford Tbe premium Saddle and harness Stallion M S BAUCHMAN DIGNITY DARE DracmniOM Ioaled US It hands 8K Incise hlgh weight tIOO pounds mahogany attc tormIelntof the Chester a family acknowledge to all As a show hone ho has already made a reputation winning In hits elasn and weoinUko from n yearling many blue tits In his three fear otd form ho took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he Is very stylish with great action and Is speedy both In harness and under caddie believe tho public U now uf lorded An opportunity to secure tho service of the coming young of lhe day at it pica within reach of all siring a class of colts when matured that will soil readily on our Bottern market at fancy price too him to fully appreciate hint 1roKtiirr by till fatuous Chester liars No 10 N s 1In he by Illack rcl hu by lIIack Eagle 74 ho by King Wllllnm ho by SVndtn ton Denmark 0 nalneit Denmark 61 and he br taCt ItdgetordhblItplIkIIrstdnm by lam by Alxlallnli Messenger 3d by UIHK eruionti 4th dam Thoroughbred Will make the avaun at Lawn Mora lock tuna 24 mlliM West of Huston villa Cy on llriiclfordsvlllo A Hustonvllto pike U 15 To Insure A Live Colt laro traded or parted with forfeits Insur once and money bet umes due nt tlmo of luch transaction Mafen from n ilUtnrco kpt at 88 month Grazing bill must bo ielil befoni removal of mures Mares In trushldwlll attention but I am not responsible for nceldeota or scnpu U C OAlUE TEI- ty CLEVELAND Jre Thlf line Jack will make the season of at toy ta Horace Withers firm near Stan ord andwill servo mites at 57 to Insure a Living Colt Cleveland Jr la black with while points tats high 8 yean old aol hu proteii hlwwlf s In breeder lie was bred 1t1t H Uallanl of Lladlion thff oted breeder Jack sad be renounces him one of the foist In the country tae of his colts Is on exhibition at liable U E SAILKLSlanlorU Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL stSTANFORD E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAGED TUB best materials combined with and accuracy Insure good results No nro over used In our prescription work Penny f Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP JuDO M O SACFLEY waa In Frank- fortI Tuesday beenlMR AND Mus E IliNcitAnr have another boy at tbelr house Miss MARY COOK of Cooks iprlnn li visiting Mrs E O Walton Ins O A MCROUEKT3 visited her parents In Garrard this week Miss NELL MEHSIION le buck from a visit to relatives In Richmond Mn II E CHRISTIAN and wife of Junction City were hero yesterday Mns L B Coots has ROOD to visi relatives at Somerset and Monllcollo MR JOHN W MoORE of Casey with his daughter Mrs Edgar Wilk- Inson MILL CEO T FARRIS It In Lincoln visiting her sister Mrs Best Central Record JAMBS I OENTIIY Is back from Lall Cruces Now Mexico much Improved In health MRS J R BAILEY of Mercor attended tho burial of her sister Mrs J C McClary MRS W II SuANKS entertained a friends at an elegant 1Wednesday JAMKS MENEKKE of Athens la hero to see his mother who 1 1Mn E F Clay Jr only daughter J Quincy Ward of Paris died In child birth MRS SUSAN MBNEFEB Is not so well this morning Mr R Cobb Is doing reasonably well Miss ELLA WHIOHT has boon oleo ed by tho trustees to teach the Pleas ant PotnteohooLhBirmingham aro visiting Miss Bettle Logan at Hustonville J II McAuSTEK la adding sevoaa rooms to his house In the country an Is otherwise Improving It MIlS O T THOMlSON of Lexington i who was Miss Bessie Pcnnlngton spent several days al Judge J W Alcorn COL GEonuuC WEUSTHR of In dlanapolls passed up to Crab OrchnJd d Wednesday to sea after tho Keoley In stltuto MRS II D CAMPIIBLL of Louisville and Miss Bottle Ulgglns of Crab Or chard wero guests of Mrs James P Sffmralns Dn CHARLES IIARVIELLE wealth young physician of St Louis ie vIAI log ono of the protllcst girls on Dan vlllo Avenue DR J M ACTON and his bandeom- wife of lngsvllto wore interostu observes Tuesday of the way the IN TBiuon JOURNAL la gotten out T COLE DULLY of Garrard has gono to DonvcrCol for his healt- writes that ho cant do without the I J and orders It sent to him there IIOLDAM STUART and W B Hawk Ins of CorbIn passed through to Hue tonvlllo yesterday with the remains of a son of Mrs F E Ogllvlei who live d but a few hours Mr O Is daughter of Mr Hawkins HON LETCIIER OWSLJY was or from Lancaster Wednesday advertising Tho Kentucky Hero whhh will bo given at tbo Garrard Opera Houe May 15 for the benefit of tho K ILetch la going to tako a part which Insures a capital show LOCAL HAPPENINGS HAMILTON for good watch work LOT of nlco carpets nt Bcazloy t lIaitBLACK log vaccine virus at Craig it 1l0ckerlitCEMENT limo tiling See at lowest prices at Hill Decklitr SCREEN doors screen windows rubber hose nt Warren do Sbankit nTim leeUOoftheINTERIOR JOURNAL will be a eovon column folio printed at ono Impression on our now two revolution press PINED Henry Sims nod R E Ho ton wore fined 820 and costs In Squlro Singletons court at Klngsvlllo tho othor day for disturbing religious war- shIp sq HOUSE of four rooms In good rcpalrto good guarden on Whltloy avonuo op poalto Infirmary for rout Only per montb J F Peytonit W S McGuiRE of this county as administrator of W D McGuIro will sell his stock of goods and other per- sonalLy at Clarks Jefferson county May 10 r HERE Is a chance for Put Goer Tho local Presbyterian church Is offering big money to any ono who will paint the steeplo of the building It is a small spiral about 85 feet high and difficult to reach Lancaster Record PHEBII Cukes grid Csudke at Warred A Shanks it LEKS Lluo Killer for poultry and ock at Warren fc Sbnnkn CALL and see our ranges at common cook stovo prices G II Farris ft Co GILES Is a now iwetolllco In Garrard and Thomas House bay been appointed postmaster A TRAINloaded hstrawberries passed over tho Cincinnati Southern to Cincinnati Tuctdav ICE cream freezers for freezing nca ScItp ANOTHER frost showed up this mor sayrhoFOR SALE New handmade doublo sot of harness pole and surrey Addrcia P O Box 101 Stanford yoitTWO laytho cut prlco solo of Ladles Low Shoe If you miss it It Is certainly your lots JPJonesr thltm eclipse of sun on May tbe at t M OID MOCK WJJlsleYJ D Weath crford has a contract for full control and sale of Old Mock Whisky In Hus tonvllle HC MockhGEN GonribN than whomthero aro none more eloquent And more thorough ly beloved by tbo Southern people will lecture at Walton Opera House May 2l onr i of Pythias celebration at tbo fair grounds near Pltuburg Saturday May 19 HEAD Tiltsl mbar I sal Aultmun Taylor thresher engines and Milwaukee hinder and mowers fits thorn before you buy JT Jones Stanford DR J F PBYTON 1e tho first one here to gut mosey out of tbo Southern LexlnltonUodrew 81314- Couttinn JOURNALS and other paper bdo you tbo trouble and counting stamps wo Invariably loco by the transaction MORE host and lea yesterday got tho bean and other tender vegetables t4 the ono of last week let pose Our pea pie will learn after while that about tho tint of Juno le thu proper tlmo to begin gardening in this latitude JAILED John Sandy Withers a singeJudge throattl o judge thinks tbo boys mind le wrong madd0 which will ccllpio all efforts in that lino hero It will occur the night fuhr j floor cools aro already being prepared WE did not know tillrho sign was hoisted as Perrln t Mcnefco ti Ma for J N Menefeo had gono into grocery business They will also con tlnuo tho meat business and to that en bought three nlco beeves aggregating erin weight 2700 pounds at 4c from W P Tote t STILL MISSING Ed Wilkinson re yees h tho hopo of getting some trace of bis brother Robert Wilkinson who ban been mysteriously missing for two weeks Ho went to several surround log towns and telegraphed to many others but got no Information whatov or concerning him pardoncd21 years for killing Henry Murphy Junction City Ho was tried hero under a change of vonuo and was badly shot by John Murphy a brother of tbo murdered man while being takes from the court room to tho jail disabling him for a long time Ho was formerly marshal of Junction City Ho had served about three years SSS FOUND His MAREJ c MoWhor strayedroff Walker a colored man living near ParkiIV lIe had her Ho wrote to her owner and yesterday ho brought b or homo Tbo animal formerly belonged Walker who sold her at Lancaster orbeight months absence HEADQUARTERS Major W G Welch has received the following Comrade I am advised that headquar ters for the let Brigade have been as signed at No 706 West Jefferson Street Loulsvlllo during tao reunion Got your county paper to note tho fact and request every Confederate soldier In your county to register his name thorn and to join tbo let Brigade In tho march Fraternally J M Arnold Brig Gen e HAY Straw Corn Oats Sblpstuff onlyJNOTICE Leave your orders with Hlgglns ft Sims for Ice and cool Sat Isfactlon guaranteed Phono 44it TILE L S Nwl1 sell round trip- tickets IcSundayat 210 A U Tbo republican papers are throwing huge bouquets at oxEditor Spotswood on his retiring from the business The Democrat under hie management suited tbo rads to a t WE aro always glad to publish noti ces of meetings and other religious Items but wo cannot accept them on the mornings of publication unless thero Is good reason for their not being handed In tho day before THE Danvlllo district conference of tbo Methodist church will be hold at Mackvlllo next Wednesday and Thursday The delegates from the Stanford church are Dr C A Cox and A M BuadaySeboolconferencaeon same ee delegates from Stanford A M Pence and Miss Mary McAfee H SPILLMAN talents aro va rlcd Ho is a splendid speaker tells a story charmingly sings well and dos professional whistling turn In fact e Is an allround entertainer such a e la seldom seen in Birmingham Ho is an artist of the most refined type tbo audlenco applauded him contlnuoullyAgeHerald At Wal tuns Opera House May 10 Tin frost of Wednesday night was a respecter of persons It killed tome tone beans and other vegetables for Mr William Burton Frank bfaKlnao and tho rest of tbo neighbors him but did no damage for John Chrlstmnn tho truck er Ho had out nearly 1000 tomato plants tote of bean and tender vegetables of many kinds but all escaped injury strange to say TnK boiler of a traction engine be longing to J W Lockrldgc of Huston vlllo exploded while nearing Kldds Storoand William Ryan was struck on the head by a piece of iron and hurt Tbo sKull was broken and th wound may prove fatal David Mc Whortor had an almost miraculous cs caps The cause of tbo explosion Is not known but it was not duo to a short supply of water Tho damage to the engine U not great atCALULVELLMiss Estlll Caldwell whose Illness has been mentioned these columns died a tow dope since of uremia poison and was burled In tbo homo burylcg ground after services b Rev Ira Partln She was the youngest daughter of Mr E B Caldwell who has been called upon to glue up a xl and two daughters lu the last year o so and whoso cup of sorrow Is wel nigh overflowed Miss Estill was a beautiful Christian girl and tho Idol her father and brothers Sbo was about 18 years old and a strict member of tbo Wayncsburg Baptist church KILLINO AT LIBERTY A tram painter namcdTaff was shot and klll ed In J W Whlppa pasture In tbo suburbs of Liberty a law nights by John Hamlin a brick layer Ha lln claIm9bo was shooting at adoA credenceh0bands as marksmen Tbo shots were tollowqgcession Taft was struck In the tern plo and died instantly Hamlin is In jail Taff had been around Liberty only a short tlmo and ho gavo little In- formatIon about himself to any ono McCLARY After a weeks illness from uremia poison Mrs Maggio Now land McClary breathed her last at 230 yesterday morning She was born July 1802 six months bolero tho dent of her mother who was followed to tho tomb by her father a few years late So sho had of courso no recollection the ono and but little of tho other tthe marriage of her brother Thom D Nowland sbo lived with her undo Dud Nowland when she went to Ilvo with her brother who practically rnls ed her and who regarded her with tho affection of a parent She was t youngest of sight children the re regarding her as tho baby and the first to die Uniting herself with the Baptist church In early glrlho she lived and died a Christian In onhighest eonso of Us meaning II marriage to Mr J C McClary about 0 years ago was followed by a lIfo of almost unalloyed happiness They loved each other with their whole hearts and n moro affectionate couplo sever lived together Her death there foro comes with crushing sadness to him who is bowed down with grief as who can now see no silver lining to tho cloud that envelops him May the G that she loved and ho loves glvo hi comfort and resignation This morn tog at 10 oclock after a short service at the gravo In Buffalo cemetery by Rev R B Mahony tho last tribute respect will bo paid to tho tender wl loving sister and faithful friend The Knights of Pythias ordered a beautiful floral design to bo placed on Mrs J C NcOlarya grave and oche brought beautiful flowers LAND AND STOCK ofblackD W Vandovcor had another cow to dlo of black leg this week partielWllllafn Beck Is delivering to Bcaz y Bras a lot of corn at 12 60 David Holtzclaw bought of various parlies a bunch of boilers at about 4c Dl1nvlllehavowheat at CO- cFarmers are complaining of extra work In their corn field caused by tho troublesome cut worm Emmett McCormack has bought about 25000 pounds of wool In this county at 25 cents for the best Wednesdaythatnate Black leg Is still getting In lie workChoice to extra cattlo sold at CIncIn- nati yesterday atlil to 61 do bogs Ct to 630 do sheep clipped 4i to 4f spring lambs 0 to 8c J A Dudderars floe cow had another call n low days ago making eight In five year Sht had twins three times and missed ono year The Wayne CouptyRecord knows a good thing when It sees it It glues Its readers tbo benefit of our stock items verbatim but duly credits us At Richmond Monday 40 OSOpoiiod brougbtI goodI Mc Mister a lot of butcher stuff at 4 G2c and some hogs at 4c Ho also bought a bunch of hogs of J F Holtzclaw at4c Phil ChInn refused an offer of 85000 brothertodat Morris Park Saturday In 47 seconds Ono of tbo most Important deals in range cattle lately consummated la reported from Texas A largo land and cattle company sold 0000 to a private purchaser for 8J08000 Recent reports from Michigan Dole ware Maryland New Jersey Georgia and Texas Indicate that tbo peach crop largeeAllen Edclen has recently bought around Richmond and Danvlllo a num byCheltermares at 8125 to 350 Advocate Lutes Co had 25 steer calves on the Harrodsburg market last Monday aoboughtfbunch of hogs averaging 147 pounds at 4c and of Wllkcrson Wbltoabunch 3ctthe firm of Wllk Inson ft Allen got horn from Clnclnna soldra B 1that ho left again in tbo afternoon with soft J H Smith of Nicholas county lee written tbo 6th chapter of St Mat 2511pLords prayer on a postal curd tbo whole comprising 1833 words each sitem a common steel pen ofrtheded to Lexington Tho date May 30 Is un changed Tho Bell county grand jury indicted Mrs Amanda Howard Parker John Rains John Davis and Jonnio Howard for the murder of Mrs Parkers first husband Tom Howard Berry Layton 70 and Mrs Jennie Durk 65 worn married In Garrard yes partieshman others atuIkilledaewas s for a llnory account Methodists at Chicago voted down a resolution to make kneeling In prayer obligatory broughtIsphiaLt Gibson the Derby winner won yesterday ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams k Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for hones and males uflllcted with Fistula rallovll Swlnnoy cratches Saddle Rolls Heeliaarts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey LIberty O M Thompson nrpmJa Wr PARKHILL Mr Da PYSICIANtoexperienceInoffers his services to the public of Stanford end vicinity Special attention given to houset8hours from to 5 P u CULTIVATORS +e We tell the Moline Brown New De parture Cultivators t3TAlso Ono Horse FiveTooth Cultivators If you need a Cultivator see us IHiggins McKinney Stylish Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords are the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They are also exceedingly hand so- meX250 Look for MARKton CUMMINS WCLLRY IThis Weeks Cut Y Price Sale Leads off on Ladies UMMER WTWEAIl Many of you are just now wanting a cool stylish Shoe Come this week and get any pair In the house at JESS THAN COST PRICE Duchess Slippers Strap Sandles Toe Slippers Button Oxfords t Southern Ties Pulley Ties Full dress palent kid Slippers nil go In thIs sale Ono Week Only I These eare the best shoes made and all this seasons styles JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad tlim rw j Magnetic Values It Wo are offering moro good things to buyers of Dry Goods Shoos and Furnishings than was over offered by any house in Stauford r Fast Colored Lawns 5c inIt Ladies Ready Made Skirts 1 to 5 made right1 Ladles Ready Made Waists f1 to 1350 All styles in Mens Collars fjGents2 Carpets CurtainsAnd Shade and Po- lesSEVERANCEI A SONSfj Opposite Court House 4 hi EY PENNYS DRUG STORE Drugs Books Stationery l Paints r- And t Oils Telephone No 2 Stanford Ky THE INTEK10R JOURNAL Entered n the port ofce at Stanford at ttoimdclau matter 3pabtiahdTulayaend FrtdLv 1 PER YEAR CASH e When not lOBSldaJSOO wilt be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION U Ttaln going N fhMMl11S c aID m 12 3I1D 8 IIU r I- Dtor alUPoInta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION S AmUes at Stanford at 108 Y 210 A tt6 leaven lord at DY1200 Arrives it nowlaoddNo21 280 P QUEEN KfcM Leans SlaolordL CRESCENT SouthJuortlon No Tr Ingoing JL 1122 A No 91150 rnee not atop 7 IQT r w No4 s65atop Gang South No 2 1iO 6 K Ne 6 WI r x FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Franki it 340P x rdaa leave with the Q sad 1 IteturilDgeve1adsatY3OAwand5e0r- rreachingIranktutttiler and 14r xr xet 1120 tc Ullo ttat 715 r be Wiler train leana J R NEWTON Ul A J+ G+ ycGiMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealear In HARNESS SADDLE Z CM Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYST- T1TDEBTAEERS DEALRRa t1 Fu rnltnreMattingsRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Green RiverWoolen Mills Phil Casey COt Iy XA1I1FACTllaIJIS or Jeans Linsey Flannels Blankets Ana YarnsW- enukoaipwUUjrof BULL CARDING end al i01Yarmsingle or 3plylo any color Jvr machinery ii nntcI tad III the goods suede by w we uiraotee to outwear the product of other millsany Jeans read at lIe yard 10 os wool required for a yd Flannel It llie qwool requlM11 lIln- L1 1bey i23 c SOl wool Extra Heavy wllll2 c I 01 wool colored red or ct5 more All Wool lllnVeUia I it IIlbt required to a pair Stngl Yarn 10cll wool to the 2 or 3 Yam 16- eIboa woollequlroo toeroundbcpoundcxtra- far fell blue or Wack In yarn 8145 a taunt Our Motto Hicb Grads Goods Hard Time Prices Encourage home In Justry UIre to been labor Why send your work to illiUnt 1wben you can get a better arllclt at homo rot tom BirmUfcJy the aama price We solicit your pa go guarantee to lhe utblacUon In qua lip of work In prices In fair deans Bring us your work and we convince you that our cLUm ar not extravagant Wool taken In ex claaDgo lor good It market prlrea Write or call nod get our prlixw ITonipt attention to all inqul la Agents wanted Wool shipped In lots of 100 nakdi or OTer fr Uht paid one way We do not pay any freight on Iota than 101 rounds ShlpptgPoint 1RKKM MeKtnney 1b11Case7Co4 Isaiah While AMatStanford Ky r r LOUISVILLTo CHICAGO Trains Morning and Evening from Un roe Nation 10th and Broadway Pasaangen dcslrinij information and rates to Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska end points in tho far Wcet including Cnl iJornlB address FnnU J Reed Gen Pass Agt E H Bacon Dis Pass Agt WU McDoel VicoPres Gen Mnjr Oharles Rockwell TralfoMngr r litiUbl ot a ntcbnlcal orjnTcnltremlDd 4curtaaatrlptotho 1nris 00 iv UTaD lripiiifip ld ktiouMjrrtle ibo JdTYYT JUtCOUU umoro Mole Khigsiille lI CIA c ntyIElder Sam Jones of Mercer commenced tho protracted meeting at tho Christian church Tuesday evening and wo hope that it may provo a 8lt cesaful ono Ho is qulto an Interesting preacher and his sermons arc eminently practical A few careless readora and caretess critics hereabouts owing to his namo appearing at tho end of tho last Iten hold D M Crelghton rcsponslblo for your correspondents last letter Ho In no way immedlatoly responstblo lor- E M Os amateur scrlbbllngs as ought to be easily recognized Messrs Rlgnov and CrutchQold have opened a livery stable hero which Is certainlya worthy enterprise It has been heretofore extremely Inconvet lent for those young men who aro not owners of equipments for driving a8 they were forced to resort to McKinney or some other suburb or also fore- go the pleasure of a drive with their best girls owing we are constralnc to think to the thoughtlessness of our citizens Now however the oung men who have been sighing My king loin for a horseand buggy have only to apply to Messrs RlgnoyCrutcfc laid It Is true true they have onty one horse and buggy yet but all thing must have a beginning Miss Bella Johnson has returned homo from a pleasant visit to Stanford and elsewhere Mr and Mrs Elkin of foreland were tho guests of Mrs J- L Johnson Miss Grace Thompson ho second bright and pretty little laughter of our leading physician Dr- O M Thompson has returned from a rotraotcd visit to her grandparents at Woodstock Mrs Mary Brewer and little daughter of Danville visited relatives hero last week James Rob- Inson has gone to Oakdale Tenn Darn to the wife of R H Smith a daugh tor Mies Gertlo Leach Is visiting In LexID ton After a few days visit to his homefolks E W Crelghton re nrncd to Burnside Tuesday accompanied by his brother J Everari Jrolghton who will remain with bin several days Cicero Murphy has gone to Lexington to become a railroad em iloye E M C MIDDLEBURG The farmers of this vicinity are very busy plantlrjcorn George R has built un addition to his storehouse- Died on the 2d Mrs W C LInthlcur oC a complication of diseases Rev George Green was summoned to ovington Wednesday to attend the ineral of his brother This is the 2d trip within six weeks ho has made to tend the funeral of members of hi family Mrs J M Durham Is visiting In apcaeter Jordan McWhorter left Wednesday for Butler county Kansas where be will spend a few weeks with his brother and possibly will make thnt Stato his future home There are no new cases of smallpor reported and th6 citizens still do not believe it to be smallpox while the ihyslclans seem to think it is How ever there Is no excitement over It all none of the citizens taking any pecial precautions t Prof J W Davis of Hustonville and Mr J D Depp of Barren county have purchased the school property eroand Prof Davis will be the hen of the school which Is generally believed will insure successful one as- the patrons and citizens are toll pleased to know that the property has fallen In- the bands it has and everybody seem to be very much encouraged and it much better spirits In regard to the- school than for several yours pastGRJ MCCORMACKS CHURCH Roy Spoars bought of T J Hill a mltk coY for 2750 Sheep shearing is all the go in our ildst at the present time Farmers are complaining of the moles taking up their corn some have to almost plant over on that account Wheatlooks very promising in this sc lion also meadows and grass are king well Mr Columbus Bishop is the luckiest m1n in our section Ho has 11 lambs from 21 ewes has a pair of twin calvea arid last has twin mule colts both living Rod doing well Ho is the proudest man you over saw Mtssa Bottle Carter and Muster Givens Carter of Moreland visited tho faml11es of C H Carter and J M Carter Jr Mies Sarah MuI3ea Is visiting her brothe Frank Malice Miss America Hughes Is grieving over the Iou of a nice young mule colt Your jrlbo lost an English Hunter yearling colt G L Carter Jrll has returned from n fishing trip to Dlx River with the usual fishermans luck Mr Car ionter of Harrodsburg visited at Mr run Aredaloa Mrs James Bailey ol Lexln ton Is visiting her father David Subanks Columbus Marcum has ru turned to his home In Pulaski very much Improved in health WORKING NIGHT AnD DAY fbe Lulet sod htlt6L little thing that ere wallUdo Is Ur King a Nw Lire Iilir Coy mgarII a globule of health which chang wekns lotu strength lbtleenw raln tog Into mental lower Theyre wonderful In building up the health Onl 23c per box boll f f UB7 Druggist e The Philippine camgalgn is coating over 1000 men a month and millions of montY Monticello Wayne Coitnty Mrs Frances E Beauchomp State president of the W C T U dohvere an excellent lecture Sunday afternoon after welch she organized a society or 27 members She was while In the city by Mra eDtertnlDlldI Ipe on South Main Mrs din Is out again after a severe spell of grip A M Willlamsof Beaver Creek was In our city this week Francis perry has returned trot Louisville Mrs George Motcalfo wbi has been visiting Mr and Mrs John W Tuttle returned to her home In Hopklnsvlllo last week Mr and Mrs W L Baker are with the formers parents at Columbia Month Gllbroth of Alabama Is clerking In the hard- Ware department at J H Shearers Miss Mary Helen Oatu entertained Mrs R L Johnson of Henderson and Miss Lillian Phillips several days Indgo Wallace Jones and Richard Paul ot Columbia attended the meet- Ing of the Montlcollo flanking Co dl rectors to elect new officers Mr and Mrs Ben Hardln wore entertained on Fhuraday by Mrs Emma L Ootts at Maplewood and by Mrs Thomps Ramsey on Friday Miss Metcalfe of Mill Springs is with Mrs J L Stephenson W R Cress is In Frankfort on buel lees Susie Oatts Is visiting her cous- In Amelia Onus Isaac Walker mado a pleasure trip to Franklort this week U H Hope is In Somerset for several days Mrs Pink Oatts has gone to Lexington on aU extended visit to her laughter Mrs John Davis Clint Ken icdy spent several days with his home folks last week Mrs Emily Jones la sev rely crippled by a fall John Oatts Sr has retuaned from Georgia whore he has been on business Mies Ella Francis entertained a number of her friends with a lawn feto Monday eve ilng and all report a delightful time Joe Duncan of Cooper attended the lecture here Monday evening George backer has returned from Cincinnati tey John M Crowo closed a two veeks meeting Monday evening by a lecture which was enjoyed by all The last day of the Confederate Reunion Juno 3d Gen Gordon asks us to tywill be the 9d anniversary of too birth of our beloved oxPresident Jef erlbn Davis and Is set apart for Mo norlal Ceremonies to the memory of Jr Davis who was born In Kentucky tear by the scene of the reunion to the peerless Daughter of the Confcd iracy and to every ono of our heroic liters and privates who have gono So join them around the Great White rnrone A final report gives 109 killed In theme at ScboQeld Utah They leave 105 widows and 270 children t dies ShoesPatent Leather Vici Kid- Turned Soles Welt Soles- SLIPPERS Patent Leather Vici Kid DXFORDS Two Button One Strap Two Strap Vesting Tops Panel Tops Kid Tops Heels and- Spring Heels Prices from 1 to 3- III Newest Styles No trouble To show them At RJI HICROBBRTS MAY 1900 SUN NON TUE WED THU FM SAT 12456 7 89 10 II 12 13141516171819 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728293031 = inaLd1 00 ty Ohe CNAos 00 cc ro tNAhn5 q 4 pars rh hour new Orleans jots oii a1ues1oII nod all Tex s and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the 6and rQ lit ITf nGI 4 and the Northu iui From Cincinnati 8q Miles Shorter than any Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vetibul d Limited Trains Through Pullmansl zt Hour Schedules Only One Change Cars to Ja sDurg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc Tae stsr uat CHAmnooot TNI culls AD emicinT nouir e vof farm implements tools wagons and vehicles or all kinds isonewayofsayinO JJInI Itdoesittoolfcwposure use hiwears foemotfandafewcerfo JnvoMnNCPwillMm dollars iriWearii Isivc nwssitiii WIB rROBER1SI w r lMdcwDlGlT11 HorocH nucl Mules to Scll I have Four 2 pear oll Mare Mules loop good Work horses for naif IT In L Q Goocil Vayne burg ICy I ttnvEn Fine Shorthorn Bull Which I will stand at iny place H mllo from the OonrtHou on Orehar pile Serrlce tee iln advance Calf Itur aDtoed W O SHANKS STAxroiio Ky HOTEL FOR SALE leading lloUl In Hoiueret with grad loullotu will Mil or trine fur good stork tern principal Adllre IRTnloa JOPAXAL ZION G G GILBERT Ii candidate for reelection to CoogrtM from this district subject to any rcgnla action Up party may take DINK FARMER Ii candidate for Jailer subject to the ac lion or the democratic party lie Killelt your aupporlJOHN C PEPPLES Is acnudldato tae Jailer of Lincoln Ooukt subject to the action of the domuoratlo par ty support U solicited POSTEI htnlt vita all non from trewpaMlng on rewbatnrrwM Krlger Ky I elm warn ill ye row tre t Mdit r en DY rum sa Neck Cwrt r 1ft rM whatever Faso Nta0LLA1111taht Ky FOR RANTfo- od property In the town of Crab Orchard W LANOOHAl It rtre r Kj LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Milledgeville Ky Ilaveen hand 7B Good brazing TIoll OPH In three miles of Stanford tl1 any number man way want u WHITE HOTEL W II OAUKIEK VKOlt CORBIN KENTUCKY CloH to Fkssongrr Urpot nnteiais threvzhau lUtes It per day W S BEAZLEY DD S Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallird Air Physician In attendance omce In the New Thompson Building j7 IMPORTANT NOTICE To the of Stanford I will swln jou with Wi msnufactured from pure dlitllled wa Uf by Stanford Water Light Ice Co Ibis t following prices Fur p iiuls ant orer 40 rant Ins than rounds HC toer pound Orden ailed any hour have the heat ut Coal mock Lump Nut at lowest pil 4lM JWek and Urn At My terml are wb and bills mult be paid tlhtn prwenlrd All Inll guarauierd Tbankingfor all Iad farors I am ono rhon 4l IlIUUINflASIMS y T SUTTON Uncle rtaIcor Hustonville Kentucky OBcrshlsserrlcesto the peupla oWest Lit col aod cas r counties Full stock of Oofflniand Cask 1bCarpnterMsnagera PLEASE READ Jitnuury tat tho regular somlannual Bottling time hut comO lone nnil omoof my natrons have not settled with tnt If you are ono or them you are oar o requested to settle Thanking ono IInll ill fur patronage und soliciting a intlnunce Very J H OIm11 Vlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable IyIcIcI1fI2LY Yflood at ron onublo prices Safe drivers double und single for dRY or night It you want to work Casey and adjoining ninths McKlnnoy U tho lacetu Crom Horios well for by ulncto teed dllY week or month A lmro of your pit rOllll10 solicited 5rT Iol0 ro IiII S1ittdovil 1 eaos It 01 pd uttij- aOJJ epemqr gpmw l an an nunwxj pee uealU wvsiva UIVH Paper Hanging And Painting Sou me before you lot your painting I tlllerantlilutliwords I will Hell you paper u an you dun liny It In town and hang It nt Sc per bolt will do palntlug in proiartlou AU work Ruixrautenl J J Stanford ICy w BICYCLES REPAIRED Most Storo In Central Kentucky Wo repairany break In Nsey clc Workmanship iimrantrml- DANVILLE OVULE CO 6 15 3rd St Danville Ky Produce And Junk Wanted W bats located In Stanford forth imrtha of PI Chlckem tVslber UloMng b Ilk ForJteelunecut Iron we Iy Ilk rhumlmistot cad Me for nor 400 pc laubIl lUgt toe and the bUbett nub prig fo- rIlruCoppre IhiroHreandhop srson I rat Be two doors from Main Ilrlnfln your 1ro duce and get our prices- STAAFUIID IIIObCC1IL J loll and J lllckolT WANTEJD Logs and Trees Address 0 O MENOEL JIU k DUO CO Loulirlllr ICy Ol RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist j Stanford Ky fflMT Vellolwn Itnt Stcrr in ths landing OwlIyIR A IIIritone =o ea I ref Ia A Mr1Inerya II W BPENNYDDS STANFORD KY EVOfllce at Koaldrnc on Lancaster Strict FIRST NATIONAL BANK f OK STANFORD KY Cjltal Stock 1100000 Darplui 117653 61 Tbli liutliutlon orlglnallj MUWUbtJ as tbs De polt Bank fSlaoford In LUSt then r oranU J si tb National Hank ofSUnlord In 1IS9 anJagiln organised as the First National flank of Stanford 01132 baa had prMticill an uninterrupted iUt notfor years II Is Utter supplied now will Uctlltlss for traniaetlof business promptly and lib rallythsn Tex Ufora In Its long ID J bonoiablt career Accounts ot InJlflJiuli tdgclarestrmi and IndlvldualsoUcltodDtwacToar F Held Lincoln Coj JW llsyden Stanford 8 T Darrllto 811 liauihmau J S Rocker Tf Rill WP Walton W A Trlbblto Jlt ColllerCrab Orchd M J Miller MtYeruon M DElmor Stanford orricaxt J 6 Hoc er Trnld ntj J J Mtltotwrti Caihltr Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital stock 10ono- tucfrtisr if The farmers Pink A Trust Otmpsoy and under same manai rucnt conilnu OUily tor Years Solioits Your Bank Aooount Iloplofiuch builnes relations will prone mutual Ijr beneficial cud pleanant OIREOTUKS Jy Vllllami J J N lfenceaa A W Car W HtSimrolns J q5tJ 1 Cub J U Owilsr- UFFICER8 S If Shank Iredilent t J lOw lerCahlerWMUrlghLAsitCubler U ad Wllllte pelts PIIJ M cured at home with out11a Hook or par BDaAiisnia us OtBcs 104 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