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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMIWEEKLY Y INTERIOR JOURNALrr I l VOL XXVIII STANFORD KYrlUESDA FEBRUARY 519019 A M NO 96 i CRAB ORCHARD Ourjtown woe full of candidate Sat day shaking hands and making our Vy with their friend Somu of tliolr friend bccninu too merry before night huurtefiIInllrovllllZTand taro soon cent Mm Puttus Is also Unproved t Mri Halllo McWhorter vlsltinc In London Grip la itlll very prevalent In our vicinity Thought It ti generally of n mill typo there havo been several no vera cases Mr David Smith and fain Ity have all been qulto kick und during their Illness the mother of Mr Smith was stricken with pneumonia and died at her homo In Madison county not one of the family of Mr Hmlth MUJ able to attend tbo funeral MM Culton U on the tick flit Mr W A Ucazloy U confined to his room with grip MM Reuxlov Is with he- rat son Dr Waiver Uoaley at Lancaster iM Utloi In nutting the little ion KU iRcno who hoe been very with kvfhooplnt cough and mcatlcs Mr Him Mlddlcton and family are comfortably quartered In n tenant honed on tho farm Since the burning of their homo they too have all euITorcd from the pru vaI11ngepldemicgripAfter to Mrs J W Cook of Wnyne burg Ind MM Margaret Gormloy le at home again Her 1many friend am glad the hall such nn I enjoyable stay with hr daughter Rev j Shepherd of Paint Lick will till tho vflulplt1I1 the Baptist church next Sun and night Mr Sue lion doreon of Mt Vornoo who la a pleas ant visitor of Mr J J Brooks and mother hue bean very much Indisposed during the past week One of our lovely young ladlas Mae ArothtiMk Clod la a grout adRarc- rum what abe and her frlunds IIruulh XMod to be a bone felon on the first An ger of her right hand Alter having It lanced twice It ecmcd to grow worm until her physician met in consulta LIon thinking It might be necessary to amputate tho hand but niter careful deliberation they lanced her hand on tho buck nod on the ln ldo In nine places slnco which she U rutting at t well as could bo expected Miss Alllo Fish has been HI with an utrgrcvatcd case of shingles but Is better at this writing 0 Tho word of the loot Our friend s are soon scattered like rose In bloom some to the bridal omo to tho tomb have been verified In our midst durin e tho put week A glorious tuoshlno o rhur day morn Ing ctokld a bouutlful day for the marriage of tiles CDllltol- r81auIlhter uud David Holrann At93 they drove to the rotldenco of Kid J J U Livingston and In hi ueual good tylo ho pronounced tho solemn word i that mado the twain ono rleh Afjor a few benediction they drovo to tho homo ot JamM Uolman brother of thes groom whero a eumptuouu repast wa n waiting They returned to Crab Orchard In the ovmilng where they are now ut homo to await their friend May their wedded life ever be all bright and lunoy as the morning ot their marriage and may they ever l bask In the sunshine of Rods lovo i the sincere wish of their friends While tbo Milt was to bright und tho day was thorefMr and Mrs R II Bro ugh and It with saddened heart wo chronicle tho death of Mus Kato Hay who departed this life on Thursday Jan 11 ul 4 r M U can bo truly said of her that a cbrlhtlau woman with her sweet und noblo influence has been taken from her well known placo hero on earth to join the luuuinarablo throng on the other side where tbo Sun Of Right eous with divino effulgence will over pervade hor pretence tier claim hero U vacant hor place beside tho hearth j tone whoro aid had been loved and cherished eo tenderly will bo flllcd by another her pupil In the elassrooai t will mls her gentle warnings and 1r kindly Inlltructlunll but the many loved ones can with an eye of faith look to that haven of rest where eternity will ever develop now and everlasting joys Tbo sympathies of tbo commun ity ura with the bereaved ones espec lally witli her dear aunt Catherine McAlUtur who mourns her loss very deeply but may her troubled heart rUo above tho earthly sorrow of separation and thick nut of time glorlilcd spirit of the dear departed ono Inim H OK GOLDS AND LnQHiriK Time greatest danger from colds and la grippe Is their resulting in pneumonia s KDOitablo came is used however und lhamhcrlainH Cough Remedy taken all danger will bo avoided Among the tea of thousands who have used this remedy for theto diseases wo have yet tovcarn of n single case having resulted In puoiuo nln which show conclusively that It certain preventive of that dangerous malndrtlt will cure a cold or attack of In r grippe In less time than any oilier treat went It la pleasant and safe to take For Sale by Craig A llqcker Druggists N4 LAND STOCK CRtJPS ETC Several pairs of mules fur tale W 11 Cook Lancaster W H Murphy refuted SIIIO for tho splendid gray mare ha dri cs I Shelby Tovls1 King David In Kuul couurt sale went to Wnkofluld of Fay otto for 8000- yearling cattle for sale overstock cd mind wani to sell W 1 Urimus Ireachfrsvlllo U L Goo bought of J T Hncklov a two yenr old jack for UOO nnd ono In Garrard fur Sloo Vivo trotter valued at 19000 wore burned to duath In L C Turletons Ktabln In Fav ttc It L Dakar bought of James Dolan a lot of fat hogs ut Ac and some boats atlo Lexington Democrat 00 Irowltt of Madison soid to N U Potter of Winchester tats crop of 25000 oundsfof tobacco at 80 Ucazloy Uros Bold to W Vf Lyon k Co a cub for tl10 and to Ward Lutes a couple of Southern horses for 15- 5Andorton Carr sold at the Faulconor sale u tbreo year old stallion by Cecil lien und out of a Happy Day mare for sio0 Jones Wulbl bought of J P GofT of Hurbon 103 head of 1360 pound cattle att 76 S T Sandldgo sold at the Fuulconor sales at Danvlllo last week a three yearold by A C Dunns HnglUh Run tor for 34- 0LutoaL Co told to John Hlllott of- Casey 60 ii pound tboatir at tic and boughtcumo back for April Ifi to 20 de livery at Ife- Churlei Lutes of tbo firm of Lutes ft Co was In Cincinnati last week with a load of hogs and cattle ho bought In this county at 4t to 41crOno of tb6 largest land deals that has been made In the mountains for IrWhile and Lloyd Walker of Manches ter tbo former veiling his farm to Mr Walker for 10000 cash London Dem oarut Mrs Llnuoy Kelly of fronton O was In Cynthlana and bought from JK and W L Northout four head of short born oattla at fancy prices Duke bull 8350 Roan Duchess heifer 200 I Golaiou heifer SIM 1 Waterloo Duchess helfor 123 total etIiDcw ocrat The flnu combined inlllft Dignity Dare that belonged to D S Carpenter anti K P Faulconer Wild told al Faul Conors Combination Salo Ui oboe their partnership D S Carpenter was tbe Lingunlearn withpfarm another your lie keeps 62 piu pars for the use of the farm the county paying 1260 for each person over 62 and Mr Wells paying the county 1260 for tho number lots than 52 ho keen Bath County Democrat IThe following solos were made at G S Gaines htablu Danvlllo Shoe Sun dldge sold to Halloy Bros of Loxlug ton a couch gelding for 8261 Itobqrl Minor to Stone ft Serbor of Vereallloi u walktrot gelding for 8250 Charles Sandldge in Stone Sorber a combin ed mare fur 870 George Mcltoberu to sarao firm a harness gelding for 125 NOWIII u Is Not In Politics throughsyour plpur a nn recently publUiicd In tho INTKHIOU JouilNAt by the lion Fontulnu Fox Uobbltt I will state positively that I um 01rhlIsttine and energy to that us a profession und I do not caro to mingle with poll IIr1tleleDobbltt runs politics III Crab Orch and Is dead If I iliad 0 such u state ment to tic accomplished and Illus trious Mr Bobbin It has faded from my recollection I am sorry The Cicero of the Mountains In making a ponlllnJdllwlIumn of tho INTKIUOU JouitNAr ho has connected me with politics I um a ton forlul artist and not u politician SAM IitAJEMolti Crab Orchard Fob J W I1 Walton baa retired as editor anti manager of the Lexington Morn log Democrat which bo has conducted with signal ability from Its first Issue its health being unequal to too strain of the work It takes a robust man In deed to master nil details of such an ex ecutive and Mr Waltons friends have observed wah solicitude that his labors were tolling upon him Ho has tho sat isfaction however of having given the nuwYiDowocrl1t1a amassedqulpfmay now takes grad rest und fully re cuperato hut It would bo a distinct los s shouldsactor of his paper at Stanford has for nearly thirty years been u mark for presaOwcnstore A lame shoulder la usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may ho ChamberIc Gr joc IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES e Thu 11 months baby of Mr and Mrs J W Bowman was burned to death In Uockciisilo Charles Edwards of Mercer while hauling logs was killed by ono rolling otl the wagon and falling upon him Circuit court begun at London yes tcrduy There are seven murder cases and or 600 tnfsdumuanor cases on the dobkat- Din Uoborts who sued tho L L N for 10000 damages In the Doyle cir cult court for Injury to an oyo got a vordlst for 2600 The stttblo of It A Good of Lexing ton but formerly of this county burned causing a considerable loss wblcn was covered by insurance The lion T 0 Bell a prominent at tornev of Hurrodtiburg died Saturday Ho was assistant district attorney for Kentucky during Clevelands adminis tration At Manly Jetsaraluo county Dud Lvgrand a Negro 20 years of ago concealed himself under a bed ut the residence of Daniel Comb his employer and attempted to assault Mrs Combs The frightened Woman fled to tho house of a neighbor uuv H party ot man arrested Legrand and curried blm to the Nicholasvlllo jatlIC L Williams special National bank uxamlncr of Chicago has assume ed his duties us receiver of tho Somer set National Bunking Company which was put Into tho hands of a receiver owe months since Mr It D Oar rest former receiver having turned over all the notes books etc to his successor will resume hU occupation as National DanK Examiner Col Thomas M Thatcher of tbls city has just celebrated his 62J birth day lie Is tho youngest ot eight living brothers who restdo In widely sep orated portions of the Nation ono at Seattle Watht ono in Washington City two In Texas two In Iowa and ono In California Four of these are vet nruns of tho civil war The eldest Is 77 years of age tho average ages of the eight brothers is fiO tho total ages in round numbers being 528 yenta Their father and mother celebrated their golden 50th wedding daySome- rect Journal Judge William appointed upon re quest John Slgman Dr I S Burdett W H Sowdor JF Watson and B A Yuilua trustees of the town of Brod head Judge Pike accompanied the above nwed Jon tlomen and taw that ev ery thing was done according to Hoylc James Rogers of lice Lick and Mies Ruth Hcrrlu of Quail a nlecn of E A ilorrtn wero married at tho homo ot her mother Mrs Mary KlUabuth Her rio George Burton of the Oak 11111 nelgnborhoodnnd Miss Carrie Purcell daughter of J S Purcell a prominent farmer of this county wore married at the homo of the brides parents Mt Version Signal CHURCH MATTERS The United States pars each year for Bitles soog books prayer books and Sunday School lessons 5050000 Rev H 0 Guerruot writes the Jos samine Journal from Wllmord that he has just returned from Atlanta whore ho bud a good meeting over addl Lions Mrs Nancy G Thomas ono of the oldest und weulthlmt rosidonts of Shel by gouty Is dead She wus tbo oldest member of tho Christian church in O Culcs Lebanon Junction write Rejolco with us und pray for us God Is stirring this whole town Already wo have received 111 for hap tism 12 by letter lie additions and tho Interest Is growing every hourTho leading business men uro being saved Many to many husbands aro joining tholr faithful wives In Jesus and Ills delightful services Do pray for us most earnestly that the work may go on until hundreds moro are saved There arc now sixteen prisoners In solitary confinement In tho Massachus etts state prison ut Cbarlcstown the most dangerous of the lot being Jesse Pomeroy thoboy murderer He is constantly laying plans to escape und keeps tho guards ever on tho alert to thwart them Ho once pulled down that ventilator over his cell door and mastic a saw of a portion of the material Then tho aloes was walled up and fresh air Introduced Into his tell In other ways Ho has now been Imprisoned op a life sentanco twentyseven years overthuQueen of England Tho services at Washington were attended bv tho president tbo cabinet members ot tho bupremo court Senators and Represen tatives and the Diplomatic Corpse Tho dispatches stain that Editor W P Walton has resigned as Editor tn Chief of tho Lexington Mornlnjr Democrat The Democrat can Illatford to IIMO so valuable u man as bo Uanvlllo Nowa Firo at Cleveland caused a loss of i 25000 W C MULLINS Ono of Rockcastlc countys most ener getic citizens and a democrat la whom there Is no guile LANCASTER Rev C IC Crawford will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday Some of the sheep of this locality arc dying with a peculiar and unknown dis ease The Infant of Mr and Mrs A H Bastin U seriously of both whooping cough and measles Dr Burnett of Illinois who married a Miss Arnold of this county has rented the Bush residence Miss Mottle Thompson gave a chaf log dish party Thursday evening In honor of her Stanford visitors Mr Nixon Perkins u popular and prominent farmer and trader of this county Is dangerously of poeumo nia f Elder Holton Frank of the Bible College Lexington will occupy tho pulpit at New Antioch next Sunday Fob IU It Is rumored matrimony has struck thu drug stores and that there will bo several pharmacists soon caught In the nuptial noose Mrs John E Stormes was the winner of tho prize a dainty dining room gone given at tho Misses Andersons card party last Thursday Miss Lcttlu May McRobarts gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of tier 12th birthday Twelve of her little girl friends attended as guests The champion hemp growers of this section are Erasmus who raised 0800 pounds on six acres of land and B Herring who had u yield of 10000 pounds from 2 acres Dr J L McKee announced at tbo Presbyterian church Sunday morning that ho hud made arrangements to hold a protracted meeting for his congrega tion here on tho 17th of March Ho also stated he would not ill his pulpit at thlt placa tar three Sundays Dr J B Klnnalrd while returning from a visit toj a patient In the Flat Woods vicinity had his harness to break at which his horso became frightened and ran violently down a steep hill ova n mile Tho doctor finally succeeded In turning his horse Into n wlro fence by which the animal was checked the buggytop completely demolished and Dr Klnnalrd thrown out and considerably shaken up and bruised After all this demolition the doctor rcharnessed horse and vehicle nod drove demurely back to town Mrs Jacob Nowland of the Paint Lick vicinity died at hor homo Friday night after only a short Illness of pneu monla aged about 03 years This is four deaths In tho family In about three we k8 Mrs Ncwlnnds mother Mr1 Cella Conn In her UUh year Bright Newland her son whose death was eIInodIunInlnl 8a1loona prominent farmer of the Uryantsvlllo section Garrard has furnished three governors and other wise an unusual number of distinguish ed people considering her population area and general facilities Inland situation with no water navlntlonj little railroad advantages anti no city of any size within Its boundaries It Is as tonlshtng at tbo outcome from such slight poBUillltlco It Is stated on unquestionable author ity that the president of tho Louisville Southern Extension Company undoubtedly favors following the route surveyed through Garrard The Interest In 1 this enterprise Is continually Increas ing and some of Gurrards Icudlngcap tlallsU have made liberal donations J M Hlecrlnbotbam president of the Citizens National Batik has subscribed 500 and other prominent citizens have mado similar contributions Many who wore at flrst disinclined to take Inter est In tbo matter have aroused them selves to its Importance und now are openly allied wltb the great scheme Detroit suffered a 200000 Are FI IF YOU e r J IIfj 1NowIs the Time to Get IttE JIITIAYS TO TItADEATIt THE GLOBElm I fitMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing tllijr i r Your money back If joure not eatiafiedi t ri1ii mILLER S HIRSCH Danville f r1 Successors to L Frohman d Co LJIt Still Continues r t Our Cost Price Sale of Suits Overcoats and Odd Pants Is still on You viii miss your chance if you dont let us make you prices It Is just like swapping dollars Wo disliko to do it of courts but wo must and the sooner the hetter as wo have not snitch time before our spring stock arrives We men husness Ihe prices wo are goodstit Costs Nothing to Look And not much to buy Come and see and save money CUMMINS McCLHRY tD5aHeue A C SINEI i CONTRACTOR UCKYiSTANFOED N I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for g whom have builded during the 15 years- have been in business here 9 carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blilids Metal Roofing Rough mud Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc will duplicate any prices offered S8 8 Bucket Pump And Wa ter Purifier It Is the simplest devlcejfor raUinK water It is the easiest to adjust to any well Is very durable It works easiest It will out freeze Ithas 1It none of the objections common to pumps HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford TAKE YOUIl PRBSCRIPTIONS TO Craig locker Stanford jForAccuracy andLow Pricesrr r- fI i HE INTERIOR JOURN L eC WALTON Vn1Tt its on the anniversary tha- N an assassins bullet pierced the vital ofI the lamented friend of the grout c mon people Mr Urey Wood on wbo was very close to him says This Is a day of sorrow for the law nbldigg 1Ih erty toying people of Kentucky On this day just one year ago an a paSllnlI bullet struck down the great G003bel and the old Commonwealth was shocked to Its remotest bounds The shock extended to tbo uttermost limits of tho country Within 20 minutes after the steel jacketed mlsallo sped on Its deadly mleslon tb6 outrageous spectacle wnl presented of the States capitol Invested by the States soldiers jtuardlnlr from discovery the assassin who b d aimed It at the heart of ono who was peacefully pursuing his way a eervant of the people In the lawful discharge or the duties for which be had been elect- edd lie was chosen aa the mark be cause tea lawful and legitimate man ner he was prosecuting a contest Jor L the ottlco of governor The stato or terrorism succeeding tbat damnable moment was such as to cause a shudder every time the thought recurs tQ overy loyal brave and true Kentuckian lIap plly by the exercise of patience forLl tudpand cool judgment the usurpers were unhorsed and the reign of terror brought to an end nut a year hasp i i and still the conspirators who plotted the death of Goebel and inaugural the reign of terror which followed remain unpunished Tried in due course of law three men have been provoD guilty before juries of average cltheDs of complicity in the foul assassination and others remain to be tried havlnl been indicted after careful examlnatl of the facts Some of them are l lives protected by friendly courts and governors The whole conspiracy tbe most damnable of the age has bceD laid bare before the world and tbe three men convicted were but tbat many of the number who have been shown to have participated In It And yet a year after these men are talkii confidently of new trials and countli 7 upon the political complexion of tbe court of highest resort to give tbem further hearing and delay Justice surely walks with leaden feet In tbls Instance But though the course tbo law be slow it surely must in tbo end avenge the foiil murder of tbat great man of ihb people SUCH verdicts as that in the Gibso i cube at Catlett burl breed a mob spin and almost make a resort to lynch law a Inecessary Though the evidence show doubt that he tortured his Infant stepdaughter by burning ber with a red hot poker and other crut devices finally breaking the little ones back the find Incarnate was let off with a life sentence when death In Its most hideous form would not bave atoned for his horrible crime No won der that the dispatches tell us tba there is mob talk It will be a grease wonder If there Is not a resort to It A REMARKAIILK woman was Queen Victoria in nearly every particular She was a grandmother at 40 and a greatgrandmother at 00 Her llrst grandchild Is Emperor of Germany amber first great grandchild Is the daub ter of the Emperors oldest slater I t was a member of a famous Boston military company visiting in London who in toasting Victoria spoke of tb queenllness of the woman and tbi womanliness of the queen II TilE Army Reorganization Bill bOB been signed and when the standing ar icy is increased under its provisions to 100000 men the number will never bt lessened but another 100000 will be asked for In a few years The United States having become a world power will bavo to maintain bur new position with armies as large as those of the old world TUB Cynthiana Democrat is kind enough to throw a beautiful bouquet u our brother who has resigned us editor Inchief of the Lexington Democrat We appreciate its cleverness If it does wind up the nice piece by saying It hopes Mr Walton will again become editor of the iNTKUiott JouiiNAL as much as to say the present editor be dd Tug bill to create more sinecures for the faithful and provide plant for the political hacks known as the Kentucky jndlclal bill has passed the Senate and will soon bo a law No meaner raid on the treasury has Ijeen trade In year There la absolutely no need for a divis i ion of KentucKy Into two Federal court k districts FsCALL FUR MEETING The democratic district committee or the 18tb Senatorial District of Ken t tucky called to meet at the law ollico of It C Warren in Stanford on Mon day Feb 11 ftKl at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of determining tbu time anti manner of nominating a dew ocratlo candidate to be voted for at the next ensuing November election It C WAUKKN Chairman 18th Senatorial District Philip Uarlck aged 72and Wm Ulaukford are dead in Jessamine lM POLITICAL The Senate passed the bill dlvldlna the Suite of Kentucky Into two Judicial districtsMemorial services were hold Sunday at Frankfort at the grave of the late Gov Goebol John W Tuttle of Wayne has been appointed referee In bankruptcy to succeed James Denton Mark Hanna stirred up by the 1m patient millionaire subsidy hunter fervently bucking the lino for the shipI ping bill A majority of the republican Slate Central Committee U said to favor olr David W Falrlelgh of Louisville ror Sttto Election Commissioner Night sessions will probably be held by tho Senate this week to advance the snip subsidy bill Democrats will In slit on the presence of a quorum- A Washington dispatch saysflAc cording to the gossip tho assistant die trlct attorncyship will bo offered to Judge George M Oavtson of Stanford 1 It Is stated that Representative Puah has the unanimous Indorsement of tbe Kentucky delegation in Congress for the judgeship In the now Federal district Fortyfour Negroes have pleaded guilty to selling their votes at Bock port Ind and all have been disfranchised for 10 years and fined a nomInal amount The Fayette county clerk seems to have contracted a chronic habit of hortnjjo In his settlements with tbo State The Brownie microbe affects all It9 victims that wayLon Times The democratic primary in Payetto last week resulted as follows County udgo F A Bullock County Clerk H L Baker County Attorney W P Kimball County Jailer it T Wal lace County Sheriff J T Wllkor cprei cntattvo from Fayclto Count- S L VanMeter Assessor P D FOliler School Superintendent M A Cassli ounty Surveyor W A Newman City Representative Wm F Clair NEWS NOTES e Mrs Jane Helton a prominent church worker h dead at Barbou lieThe JacksonHlndman mall was robbed by two men on the outskirts of ckson Robert T Nugent who killed William Mahony in Lexington was held ithout ball Seventy families were render melees by a tenement bonsc lire In- New York City It Is estimated that Kentucky distillers will make 20000000 gallons of whhky this year Dan King colored who killed bls- wlCe at Dig Stone Gap has been glveD- tbe death penalty Henry E Yuutsey will be taken to jorgetown today and will bo senteci cd by Judge Cantrill Stove Drocllo the bridge jumper actor and bowery cafe manager Is dead at San Antonio Texas Chas Flanery shot and probably fa tallywounqed Deputy Sheriff Most Iddlcton In Harlan county Arrangements ire being made to- build a bonded warehouse with 100C brrols capacity at Paducab Claude Parrish was given a twenty oae year sentence by a jury at 1raDk- rorc for killing Randolph Jett Samuel Smith a prominent Nelson- county farmer killed himself with reolver because of ill health Guy Burdette a young man of Da- Iess county died as the result of a blow reolevcd while wrestling with a frlcnc Masked robbers went to the homo of- Sam Newsoms an Invalid merchant In- Pike county and forced him to give up unknown dressed In woman then Is said to be terrorizing Louis- v1l1e women by kissing them on toe streetsGeorge Russell of Taylorsvlllc tbe father of a daughter weighing les8- than two pounds and born with a fuU set of teeth Topeka policeman claims to bay ormatlon that the saloonkeeper have formed a plot to tar and feathe Irs Nation Vllliara Chapman Baker the phi lanthroplst and capitalist is dead In 11IcbI2an lIe was the oldest alumnus of Princeton Mayor Xelgenheim of St Louis signed the bill providing for the Issuance of 5000000 of bonds for thi Worlds Fair A detachment of the 44th regimen w surprised by Filipinos Five AmerI- CRns were killed four wounded and two arc missing At Tlptonvllle TenD a Negro crlmI- OJ1llV assaulted a white girl A JUob- ormed but the brute vadolplrltclf- away by tho sheriff It la stated that the German Conu nt Canton China demanded un Indemnity of 100000 for each man wounded 1 the recent outrages A bronze memorial tablet was lIn- volled at Willlston church In Portland Mo the birthplace of the Cbrls- tlan Endeavor movement It Is the purpose of the wifr depart merit to have tho bones of all suldlen led In the Philippines disinterred aOll chipped to the United States Jnne ODoanoll brought her acf- atber from her sisters home In JolTer tlonvllle to Louisville and the latter DOl t accuses her of kidnaping him A lumber yard fire at Nlbvlle prcad to 12 tenement boust and eaUd cd a total loss of S100OOOIThe student cultural and Mechanical College bave decided to abolish the cigarette 011 Most of them agreed to quit tho habit A blizzard Is raging In the Western States The beaver snow Is IlrlrtlDJ badly and one line of railway In Nortb ern Kansas is blockaded for 300 miles Committee for the interstate fair to bo given In Louisville from eptember 2IJ to October fi reported tbat 21GO had been subscribed to the guarantee fundHugh Kerr father of George Ierr ono of the four convicted of killing Jennlq Bosschleter died of a brokon heart at Iutturcoo N J over hiss disgrace Ono hundred armed taco latrolled the streets of Catletlsburg to Ilrecnt mob violence to Gibson the child nmr derer lIe was taken to the peniten tlary at Frankfort John Gibson who was Indicted fer the murder of his stepdaughter In Cat lettsburgand who has been on trial there was found guilty of murder nnd a life sentence was Imposed The Southern Pacific Company ball been acquired by syndicate In which the Union PaclQo predominates clvln that railroad tu own line from the Mis sourl river to the Pacific coast Circuit Judge Cantrill has ordered Jim Howard transferred from the Lou Isvillo jail to ihocounly jail at Prank fort Henry K Youtsev will be takun to Georgetown to receive his tlentence Deputy Marshal Ilollldold says ho wall not making a raid on rnoonshln at the time of battle in Lelchcrcoun but was endeavoring to arrest George ilmmons who is wanted In Weet Vir IIDla for murder The body of Sim Combs killed b joonshtncrs in Letchor county was re overcd and Interred at his homo at Hodman A ISO Is being organized to attempt the irrest of the Kellej who killed Com s It Is not a cer alnty that Senator De boe will indorse former Gov nradley for District Judge A friend of the SeD ator says ho would not bo eurprlsi bould he recommend tbo appointment of Judge A M J Cochran of May Madlsonvllle Policeman C J tlaton was shot and killed by Ora Fc Juon who was resisting arrest for disorderly conduct Ferguson asiilso ra tally shot both men firing olmult jouttly and died about an hour after tbe shooting The remains of the late Queen of E alaDd were burled Saturday great as ntatlon marking the funeral cerctcr nicli Heavy rains interfered with it show but barring this circumstance erytblng went off without a hltcl Only two deaths of spectators bave beeD reported thus far but the St- JohD ambulances attended 1305 ODS Injured In the crush Yesterday was the one hudredlb at vereary of the inslallallbn of John arshall of Virginia as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Unite State a position which he graced for more than a third of a century Ivery- wbere throughout the Union his memory was honored by the bar of wblul he was an ornament before ills elt va- tloD to tho bench Ho was born September 27 1775 Mrs Nation addressed the following letter to persons who rent buildings to barroom keepers You entered Into rlncmnlp with the keepers of then murl1er shops and our Indlgnailon will- bo alike against tbo shelters of these criminal factors aa against bar fixture and liquor distrIbutors Ir we tied unbarred doors wo may spare them tb- erwl8e we will annihilate all opposition anl you will llnd at the tribunal of jUi- Ice that your buildings will be hold to- pay the lines of these murderers your partners agalnt homo protectors Ciarnctt B Rlploy of Henry county was indicted by the Franklin county arand jury as an assG sorv beforn tbe- fact to the murder of William Goubel A bench warrant was at once IIIlIut- dald Rlpley was placed under arrest at- his home Rlpley was captain of ont of Taylors mlllllu companies and had- eharte of the squad ol soldiers In the- aDte room of the governors olllce wbeD Taylor was preventing search fot- tho assassin It Is significant tbat N H Wltherapoon brotbor 1n law of- HeDry K Youlsey was n witness be- rore the grand jury which Indicted nil ley To The Democrats of Lincoln County I am a candidate four the nomlnatloi ror countycourt clerk at your hands at- tho primary election to be hold March 13th next Tho duties of luls ollice to which you elected ne four years aloi are exacting and require my constant presence und attention Justly regard It as a poor way of commending myself to the electors If I no- leoted the duties I owe to you In order to make a personal canvass of the ooun- ty 1 shall stick to my desk therefore whert I shall at all times be glad to- Bee my friends when they chance to bo In Stanford I think I may claim to- bave discharged all the duties of my coeUlctenlly and faithfully I know have tried to do so courteously Tho en do seroent which I respectfully allk- wl11 if given by you be gratefully ape preclated by GBO B CoolER iI J r r T 1X f r f f oJ t 1 71 1Wf fI l 1tt 1 il J jI I Jff 7 ooi The Louisville Store s 7ff tt Overstocked on Winter Goods c mild winter we are overstockedextremelyOwing to the cash Webound to turn into iflD goods which we areheavyonf our housewinter garment inwill positively close out every soldty beThey rFJJIt does not about the price half1if thanat half price and some at lessqUicksome all to make room Nothing be reserved must go the new spring stockl11fQl ISo a jIj Cnpcs made to Fell for IIro go In this sae nt ISot 1 t Cnpcs made to sell for 300 RO In this mlo lit IS artCapes inRilt to sell for UOO go In tIlls silt at1tltSto sell for f500 go in thin sale lit v pctLadies IMiwh anil AMriclian Capes go In Hilt sale for loss than linlf Irica t ladles Stylish Jackets to close out at half price II7tt nI We have 500 dozen of Genie ply Linen Collars nil the latest myle worth ICo w U V il They will all go In this grunt sale nt lie Kxtra good quality of SlJS KM gloves made of line neWtwl skins blink 400iIIrallthe lending fall shades special price for short limu f IV 71 25c Wool Socks 10c ift oO dozen mein grey wool seeks novel known to sell for ices titan 25c per pair during our ncclal save theyll go at lOc l n pair lOc Hose 5c qk ladies uiiil Misses Btalnksi fast black 1 hwe strictly seamless argatnatmytcr a Iollt miss tile great 1 5clcour aF r price now Oc 4 School Shoos 48c- Iay cenml button this shoe will cost II o in nnv other store 4 j f irtfT v fJt Xf 14 G1It FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Home and Mules constantly on hand and tar talent all time W tx jan Wood Manager ADAMS FISTULA CURL ManufarturcJ by1y Adam k 00 Ialnt Lick Iiy la n sure cnrt for horses and mules nnllctwl with Idula Iallcvll Swlnntty scratches caddie lard and Soft Enlargement Urvaiy lIeel IMem cr Ac For silo by W II Icttob erUidruRKljt Stanford M llurattm Ubnrtyt O ThortiHOn Klngvlll i R Caldwell Dunn lira Ilfy anUvllle Ky V ltComplonMllledgevll Dro It Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky Ulurc Tnrncr llle J II Vanhook McKI lie Ca RUPLEY- The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY roods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a C- alDrsSlavinPhillip OSTEOPATHISTS fill ha In Dantllla M njri Wctlnmliji IKildip nil U In Sunfunl Tnvlays Thur layi aaJ Si urdaj- Otfcre In Ihe 1enulncton HullJIug SUnfurJ tII dee hours 9 to AM 110 I r OSTEOPATHY ThlScieneeorltlaatel and drfrlopnl t r IIr T Still of Mo ilqn on tbe rlmlilMOf Anitoiur and Ihyilolngy for IU nno rubbin- i0surgicaluperatlonaandelAuu Mat anlei Otttoixitbr Tlrvi man ofxi rain arts IU notalsdfuuueut all tar- Ieptuperlyxlfutel and not oT rworki l bltb ithrmnlt tmtr l lya Nerroi nhnaetrallonlarrb Wrk lyn lart Urvr and Liitig IHwixs fonitlpalloi lUtII hall MInr Ihrtell Iulr III ilon- leb 10llolflllio troullea llweeaof nne Jolola XplnilCumiurw DMuaailuniftlOJoInt- i ly l Immntineuee Urine loconwiur tat Ifinile UKawa a iicliHy Cuoiullath a eat WEAKNESS oc MEN AND WOMEN Could ire rut the hearts every mm we meet what aload oduirrowandaeepar be ili loicj IndUcrctlonn lllood Diaceaea baTa cause more pliyilcal and metal wrecks than all other caner combined They strike at the foundation of manhood they tap tlicYital forces they undermine thaplenl and not only do they often dlstUlt the their circle bet they nap Been extend poUonous range lido the next generation you have been a victim of early habits remember the ceel Is town and sooner or later you will a harvest If your blood lias boon dlieaird from cau e do not rsk a return later on Our New Method Treatment will posltlrely cure you and you peed iifrer tar any return of the dUear Wo wilt ilm a guarantee land to that effect would warn you Blncernly airainst the promltcuous use of mercury wld Ii lore not euro poUou but simply tuppre the kymptoma WE CURE OR NO PAY Ont Let your Life bo Drained Away which weaken the Intellect an welt atle body There U no room lu tbla world fur mental phyMcal or sexual dtrnrf Our New Method win all Un natural tnesee lurUythoUlood5trenlt1h- en the Nerves Restore a man of you If you nro In trouble call and consult HI Con ult tlonlPre We treat and cure Drain flood Dlsenre Va rlcncele Stricture Unnatoral ll ch rges Beet KIdney an Bladder DiMases No cutting or niwrutlou No detention from builness Krerytlilnir confldentlal Con ultatlnn Fee Free Question UUnk fires for Treatment DRS- KENNEDYL KERGAN S28 Walnut Stree- tCINCINNATI w OHIO 14 km aa rSa 2 o a Co 4eAG7t U- ao = Uf- S ac II 0 e CGi9 2 e= Uj a r M urca2Q W 7 SlCDII u n 2 0 = 0 n n o g Rider Hats 49o 711 ITrinnusd with plain polk dot bnllilst will roil im tl In any millinery store t50c Table Linen 2 5c Illuu and whltf red and while sod k Cream all linen table Darniuk novor s soil fur less than 50c a yard now lye Heavy Gray Underwear A ROOI heavy suit ofarray undrrwrnr tfor men clearance price 44c Irr stout p 100 Underwear 68c JtonM fine ribbed umlotwtwr brown itand bint rinsing prietJ8e Iltr cell they ire worth 100 ylj I j 1 tIY1 f 1 Xr f J t hey Whfn of would ses Home A Nil Now Clutui Lino II Furniture IP1Ca-rpets Mattings Hugs nut Wall 1upor just 1illIUHtwe are ready to surprise you with low prices MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE 1 SO LOOK At THE BARGAINS AT W W Withers STANFORD KENTUCKY t SOInBthing New I ITJIWlllt MAKE j HARD WORK EASY i CALL AND SEE IT IT WILL PAY YOU GEO H FARRIS 5 CO JflfflBS PRYR Kus60nvilIeKv Has an Elegant Mno of New CARPETS IV1A TTANG RUGS And the Urenteat IJnsf Shoei Ever Iut cu Sale In rnInville I am doting Out a Li- nefffoLadies Shoes at f a 100 P layy Ii s at T5e Former Irito 11j1 Mens 300 and 500 Shoes at 150 1 It wllllpny you lo Liiy tlif in wrlntl er you need them now or not u WBMRobertsr H THE DRUGGIST Salls Best Ud At BDttom riceI Trade With Him 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN Olm KY TIn ft 1001 OUR prescription work Is unsurpass PennY1lruPERSONALS Mit JAMKS C HHYAN Is critically 111 Miss ETTA IJIIILK Ciovn hue the grip BOIIN to the wife of Peter Straub Jr a lion A B IOUSOliOVi wont to Louisville t yesterday JAMES GIIIOyI Y circuit clerk of Ca Boyj It here- On J W PAHKIIIII U ID Lexington on buelncis Mlt W M DliHillT has had a severe attack of grip REV H It MAIIONY want to forks vlllo vcturdny Miss JKAN UUCIIANAN of Grab Or chard U with Mr A Addamt Loba non HntorprUu- KKY S M IOOAN or Mlddlctboro was here this week MB88IIS O P ANti OSCAIt IlUIT IAN tire uonvaIooIng 1tFvV K AIU OLD U quite 111 with- throat trouble and grip J HAUVEV DUNK of Urodhcad wall a guest at thin olTIca yesterday Mlts JOSIK IUNKY of Danville wan the cuotl of reUtUcH for a few days MIIB MATTIR NKVIUS went to Park a vlllo Saturday to visit Mlsi Sue Coalt MRS M I KLKIN camo cown from Wllllamiburir yesterday to pond a few I day MiSHoOPliiA AUXWN loft yesterday f for Naihvlllo to enter Words Semi nary PilOK AND MitS IS L iitoiiiisspcnt covorixl days with rotative at Sholb City MisSRSJANiK AVU MARY COOPRRA 1 PrlkASl arc rliltlng relatives In lllcb mood 7 MlSflCAiMlr 1OWllU of the Shol 1byCity section U with Irot W G Wither MIC ANH MHS WAVKHIY HAMILTON have rented MorrU Freds residence on Jut Main MISSHH MARY IliiiniiT anti Ucttlo Ilochuftlcr spent tcvorul days with friend at Lancaster J It CUKI and wife and MIse Fdn Curd of Bur ln were RUCSIB of Mr and Mr A W Curd Dlt J G CARiKNTKic In PblJa el- I phia f pending a fow weeke with his friend Dr Joseph Price CARROLL DUDDKUAR the theyear old crnndion of Col W Huff Dudder ar Is fury low of scarlet fever MRS J S CLARK and Mr J U Thome of Bourbon mother and sltiur f Mr Lewis L Doty were her guest NKW8 come ram Ilustonvlllo that a 10 pound boy arrived Sunday to bless the union of Mr and Mrs June H Held THOMAS H SHANKS accompanle- Mrs d T 1 Rleo and John H Shank far as Luxlngtun on their way to Ite von Arizona Miss LILLIAN WARNKR of Ca rard Is with her sinter MM J W Iorrln who Is Improving Llltlo Lloyd hettorI of Hu umvllle was hero yesterday tosoohercrandnpn icorgc C Fiirlny It wee her IIrt vlalt to Stanford In 21 years MR JAMKS L HAMILTON and wife of Lancaster were hero Saturday froturh Injr from Memphis where tho torte cr sold fovcrul carloi6ds of horses JiUUK U G WILLIAMS of Mt Ver non tho yotingosl nil well as the bright est county judge In the State was In i the city yesterday Lox Democrat MR AND MRS DRNNIR A SHANA RAN will leave this week for MobileI nod Now Orleans where they wl 4aprnd several weeks Courier Journal DR U K PROCTOR of Kookcnstlo i was on Friday train bound for Louis villa Ho has u line 10000tcro farm near that city he Is trying todlsposoof- MIPS KLLA MAY SAPNUKHS who U visiting In Kiineit City Is having a most ilollghtlul time Several parties nnd entertainments hove been given In her honor MINK HOST J B Wifus of Crab Orchard Springs was hero Sunday Ho didnt know the Ie C didnt run Ulcbruond on Sunday afternoon and be hud to wait for the night train for that j IllacoMISSHSIIvulI LOUAN nnd John M Farm of Lancaster were hero Friday on their way from Louisville where they wont to sea about that much tulle ed of railroad that In going to run via I Stanford TilE 1jonlngtoa family utter a coda tn Mlddlesboro uro to return Stanford Tho date of their departure Is sot for the Una pretty day Mra Kemp will go along but fill continue on and join her houbund Mr P J2 Kemp at Hast St Louie Mlddlusboro INow8 LOCALS at Craig ft Hoekora r r 10000 FEBT good oak boxing an f length 81 per hundred feet II Jj Me Roberta have some pretty all wool ready 1VBshirt wnlsta wo will cloeo at coat P Jones 7f LADIKS we havo tho goods you want for early sowing Severance Sons Two residences on West Main Street fur seta on easy terms Apply at this olllco CAIIIIAUK Potatoes Beans Hominy and Canned genie at Warren ft Shanks It TSIIETLANDfur shawls and fascinators In all color at John P Jones foJAMKSoral dint near Masons Gap Sunday Uu was Ul years old AcquiTTKl Charley Brown was ac quitted at Crab Orchard Saturday of the charge of shooting a horse- NOTICFTOTAXPAYmISFlue per suet will bo added tn ull school taxes not pale by Fob 12 IDOL L U Hughes trees Dist No 1 I AM solo agent for tho Continental Flro Insurance Company In tho coun ties of Lincoln Boyle nnd Casey R B Mahony Stanford Iy IK tho groundhog didnt see his shadow the weather man certainly made H mistake Yesterday Wild about at mean n Jay as ores came producunor ergs last week for which ho paid from 15 to 15Jc The hens of this section aro evidently doing full duty lARRARO county people are tickled to death because It has boon found out that Mis Nation the saloon smasher was born near Brynntcvlllo that count Gnrrerd has many products fam out In ono way or the other MALI IousSatoBowImof tho Tur ncrsvlllo section killed his fourth mad hIthaler to shout him This Is tho fourth- t d last of his canines that haBono toad ItHOOKS Mrs Jennie Brooks wid ow of Henry Brook tiled at Gum Sul phur yesterday morning of grip aged 117 The burial will take placo today Five grown sons and daughters are loft I to mourn tho loss of n loving anti In dulgent mother I NARROW ellMr George It Kngleinaos residence In tho Shelby fromna slnco Coals fell from an up stairs grate and had not tbo flro which It caused been discovered In tIme the houso would havo gone up In smoke KitLiNti IN CASEY COl TJames Jail shot and killed John Phllcox At Alstotts store a village In Casey county When tho men mot In front of tho toro Phllcox shot atIIull who ran In the building for his shotgun A few rnqmcnt later as Phllcox coma In the door Hall shot and Instantly killed blm Tho gun was loaded with buckshot and 10 shuts took effect dieayesterdaynpnuemonln aged about C 0 currwas a good cltl zoo an ubld ilia and u very clever ono He lived In Stanford a fow years ago when ha made many friends who will learn with regret of his demise Ho had been H member of tho Christian church for years In politics Judge Wright was n democrat and Hint party lasts by his death MISTAKK Mr W IL Mclvlnnoy was made to sulTeV Intensely Saturday morning by u mistake of his wlfo Ills eyed had been troubling him und his better halt In assisting In treating them mistook u phial containing lint mcnt for the ono In which eye water was kept Sho poured u liberal amount 11ut tho liquid In bis eyes anti the antis that her husband uuUator would have discounted those of a bucking broncho Mr McKlnooys oyos wars badly burn till and yet have the appearance of rhoso of a man who bad seen too much of un Irish wake MCCARTY =Mrs J M McCurty of Klngsvlllo died last week at St Jo sophs Hospital Lexington after an Illness of only throo days She was visiting her parents Mr und Mrs G totV Ball on Foreman street ami was taken III Her death was p eullarl end its she loaves a husband and two small children The burial occurred In Lexington Mrs McCarty was a magnificent looking woman tend gave promise of long life Sho was strlk and a most oxcellent McCartyIn whatt0n announces In this lesuo for ronomlnu Non to that olllco Some friend of his has sold Thompsy U a born clerk and those who have bad business In his olllco are reedy and willing to testify that the friends diagnosis of Mr Coop ors case Is right A fiDe penman courteous In marked degree andolover almost to a fault ho Is the man for tho domy a no bettor democrat In tho county and nobody will deny the statement that he will add strength to tbo admirableI ticket the democracy of nominate on March 10 n 4a 4 IDLAL patert kid shoes at Cumi mlns ti McClaryg NEW ladles Ideal patont kid shone H J Mclloberu Si lClAL prices on ColD goods Como and sco us Higgins V MoKtnnoy LINCOLNS total wealth Is H680740 he super Isora raised 472157 of tho amount P H DAVIS is paving Oc per pound r old hens and 60 for turkeys Lan castor street Tun 0 W B hf will moat at the lecture room of tbo Christian church at 21 M Wednesday Bio line of cooking stoves just In Prices very low Satisfaction contra teed G Ili lurrlt Co DBATIL MUs Campbell of Paint Lick died Thursday morning of pneumonia preceded by grip WHITE Linen Lawn pure linen cam brie nainsooks long clothe dimities and India linen just received John P Jones B MAIIONYIt tardy Ky Is headquarters for all kinds of Insurance Noon but tho best companies represent ed Phone 82aFARMKRS examine your wheat and sea if wcavll has not damaged it QuIte a lot of wheat Is ruined bcforo noticed J H Baughman Si Co Loots out for the Charles Whoehr Emporium ad next Issue Mr Wheeler Is going to hays a great clen r UDCO silo at bis toro in Hustonvlllo JAws HUTCHISON of Rowland was so severely kicked by a horse the other day that It was at first thought that ho could not live He Is Improving now owever TfDOR James AL Tudor aIIll about 70 died on the Josdph McClary farm on Dlx RIver yesterday and wit bo burled at Lancaster today A wlfo and several children survive Ho was Ian honorable citizen old gentleman and a IN the case of Martin Alcorn vs Jo seph Powell and David Powell fro this county the court of appeals hold that tho husband and wife can main rain separate actions for slander and alllrms the two Judgments of the lower court for SoOO and 8150 damages A SOMKRSCT dispatch says Smallpox continues to spread here There have been 21 now cases retorted to the board of health during the past five days On account of the crowded con dition of the hospital a number of pa tients have been quarantined at that homes until more room ono bo provld ed Am onoIthe heat old colored men In town died Saturday night after a twodays illness of jmeu mania aged tIS Ha was a prominent member of the United Brothers of notedd Three or his daughters art seriously sick Tim Continental Fire Insurance Company represented by H B Ma hang raid the full amount of Insurance nettled on J C Coulters property near Mlddleburir which was destroyed by Ore on the 2lrd last Mr Coulter speaks In the highest praise of the companys prompt and liberal ecttlo went FitlRNim of Will C Surbor of Junction City are trying to get him to take the necessary steps toward the eats b lishment of a book at his town Ho would make an excellent cashier MOir Yanoy and Sullivan of Owen county have evidently given out the Idea of opening a bank tboro as the y havo not been heard from for several months ROYALTY Mrs William T Royal ty aged 05 died at YosamiM last week of a complication of troubles An aged husband ono of the finest old gentle men In the county and a number grown sons Bad daughters o n ahrletlA1rawomanmunity In which sho was gouernl Ibved A11DUIdntettUTho oljrhtyellr old laughter of Chess Jones died Friday of pneumonia J D Deep is down Fogye aged 75 died Friday Ho kept the toll Eats near Yojcmlto for years Miss Fannie Powell is with relatives here A llttlo son of Perry Wonloy is very ill Hook Royalty of Somerset attended tho funeral of his mother AT Chilton Casey county Sand young Mack R Kwlng shot and al most Instantly killed Hurry Burkett un old grudgo being the trouble Our Informant says that Burkott had lowing down and was attempting to cut bU throat when the latter drew his pistol and shot him through tho body Tho ball after doing its deadly work lodged In the knee of one of Burketts broth ers making a painful wound Ewlng surrendered and Is out on bond- DIAT1tIIrIONIAL Buford Klv and MIls Nancy Bollard both of thp Paint Lick section eloped to JelTofsonvllle and were married Sut urday J W Perkins and Miss Sarah Hlg elnbotbam of Garrard eloped to Knoxvlllo and were married The bride tho only daughter of G T Hlcgln botham and Is heiress to several blue grew farms In Garrard county p c = A Tribute by Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbitt anA II ORCHARD Feb 2odDled at the hums of her brotherln law R II Uronaigh on Jan 31st Miss Kate M Hays The deceased was born In Pulas kl county Jan 10ISIJ and was relat ed by consanguinity or affinity to the most prominent and wealthy people In JosephA1cAIfStar James McAllster being her uncleson her maternal side Hr father Thom as S Hays aidecamp to Gen Gust tavo W Smith C S A Highly sill ucated and accomplished at Danville Stanford Calvary und Bowling Green she was acquainted with throe foreign languages Greek Latin and french She never married but always shrank with a most remarkable timidity from tho society of tho stronger sex She devoted her lIfo to teaching and before her health was broken aims win rims ablest anti most clllulent teacher I have ever known I hove seen lint at time t t BheIn rims hall yet modestly hiding lint great Intellectual light under a bushel and not a word was heard from this modest little violet that hid from the aye of the public gaze None but her relatives and Intimate friends know of her complete education and varied acs compllshments Her moral worth was never outshown The pule empress tho beautiful queen of night that now lull robed looks down In cold silence upon her new made grave is not more chaste An Icicle upon the Temple of Diana tho untrodden snow upon Mount Sinai and the frozen gems that glitter upon Its ley surface are the thoughts that fill the writers mind when con templating her moral beauty If mor al worth a stainless life and snowy vir too arerewarded In Heaven she Is now woaringtho most splonQld crown of glory of the saints In Paradise After lifes fitful feyer peace to lint 1ashes and immortal happiness to her soul The remarks at the grave by Rev Jasper Livingston were the most ap propriate truthful and beautiful I ever hoard F F1B 0VILaLE C W Adams Is headquarters for and Is making special prices on Perfumes PacoIotlonToothwa8h Bongo Talcum Sachet Bath powders nlreshIInoand Fancy Groceries Your patronage solicited and appreciated GEO B COOPED CountyOlerkcratic party PIANO FOR SALE A 1lne abargainTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN UyOliver OrilllnliIowa tlin DccrlnR Kinder Is anterior to tliucrndlu W G UOWAX J S OOObE S M OWENS BANK STOCK FOR SALE willFub on of courtIiousu sell publicly ID shores of stock of Lincoln County National Rank and g 25flliures of lIr4N to k Jalhank Exr P HDA VISSTANFOUI KY Pays iho Highest Cash Pries for Poultry Eggs Hides Feath ers c OHloe nt roeldriice on rancnster St optaalto M T Elklns PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE lUnACIIFH VILIE KY olcnJnnhighulcominon school Jirnnclics Higher lathe lllblclyJ O McKER Irln lpfl PR UITTBROS MOllKLANI KY Second Hand Buggies and Surreys Bhcap alOIYN us u cull and lw convinced A s PRICK Surgeon Denti- stSttrnfordKy OtLcon MclloborU Jttug Store In the Onley UiiUJlnz R A JONESDENTIST I i Stanford Ky Office over Higglns A McKinueys Stori I Telephone o i t p pp00OcJpppp00p0 p 000W t NEW r 0pt Having sold a hall Intercut in my buggy anti Implement business to C p ppGfJ sod PEJlGE 1 0 nBuesAlso Fanning Implements In addition we will handle all kinds of pp grain Corn Oats tiny etc Hoping you will favor the nowpo firm with your patronage 1 remain Best Yours p- U WA CARSON 0 00000 or o 0 oc 0000000 Tll1KE NfOTICEJ I wish to announce to the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties that I have cgncluded to remain in business at the llncket Store stand In the Interior Journal JosephGinsburgDry Goods Notions Mens Boys and Chil drens Clothing Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks Valises Ac together with a lull and complete line of Ladies Mens Hoys and Childrens Hoots Shoes and Rubbers The RACKET STORE will now be the leading store in town People of the surrounding country should cull and be convinced that I cannot be undersold Mer chants will also be convinced by calling and looking at my goods I sell at whole solo as well 8H well as ratall Thanking you for past favors I solicit your further patronage Your for bargains The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburg Prop Cheapest Store In Town tt ft f t tofIo t fS1f2IJt1l Ite 4 9t r 1ii IiP Pfi 4e- tcOPe n I j Fi W t Another Opportunity 8 k fIt 1 jvTo earn money These are new up to data goods the cream of ourf It 1 1 M weightsjust Owould rather havo what they cost now than tho goods 1t fo so It is a good thing for us both Mens Cordivan reduced from 150 to375 5 tl- Q Mens Enamel Calf reduced from 150 tot754 Mens Kid Lined Vici reduced from 1 tot7fi 15 rI Mens Drill Lined Vici reduced from 375 to 2TcrasMenSVnlour Calf reduced from 375 to27i 0 i Mens Box CalL reduced from 350 to275 t- 4I Mens Enamel Colt Skin reduced 350 to275Mens High LnniTCiiIf reduced from 3 to225Ladies Ultra reduced from 3 50 to 275 aCv- Qi Tire above roods are all welt and extended soles and carry the same 1- t guarantee as with former prices SPOT CASU REMEMBER a q J f H J McROBERTS4 + e tr f1evryW- ft fif i f r 1 V +u I jll I Embroideries ann Laces rtlwThree hundred and twentylive pieces of Embroideries direct from Mess Monier Co St Gall Switzerland are now spread on our taUes are beautiestaiidrange In price Irons 20 to KAO per yard This is unquestionaoly the handsomest line of embroideries wo have ever shown t French Vals 1 tahst11 G it Wt cif4 W ltr t 1 u flMtAl 4 We have in these n largo Assortment many of them in matched sets from the tiny handkerchief laco to the wide tluimee Then comes our wonder to all v Our 5c Lace Counter f t Hcaullful smoothly woven patterns from I to 4 inches wide all at 5c per Iff Jr yurd Youll find It 16 your interest to sell these goods jr StanfOrd1IJIfIsl6b WaG +V byWW 6 t b 9 b lib ll btf4t 11 11 11i l Em t I Cottonsi1 s Wo arc offering for early Isewing special values in ISOFT Bleach Cottons at 5c lic FINISH COTTON iAc rind sjc- IJ JS roWtilliweight and count as Hope nt 7ic LONG CLOTHS jfI Lung Cloths at lOc 12ie NAINSOOKS IficamlSOc t At 10 cents IS cents nod 25 cents ci ftjg l W Yanl wide ISrown Cotton nt Cc Gf tt rind OAe SHEETS 81x00 inch bleccfi heinnicd jTwenty by forty knottoil fringe ghcota at oUc KJJ towels at lOe 42xC6 Heinnfcd or lloin ietitlhltlPillow Cttec lit 1ch- iveJ desirable patterns in German Half llleecli Table I Linens at GO SEVERANCE SONSOpposite ConrtlIou6CPJJ1 i1JBii EmWJ EwEU S r t k c y THE INTERIOR JOURN- yyblaahaTuodtasae r dav 1 PER YEAR CM cWhen not optldmaOp win eca rg d Entered n the poitoffltt at Sttinfor a tcondclast matttr IN MEMORIAL It was a great ehock to the manv frIends of tins McCarly brothers of Klagflvllle when oa last Wednee day A night the nova wits wired bore of tho sudden death of Mr James M McCar tvs beautiful wife She was Miss Stella Green Ball of Lexington and had gone there a perfect picture of health only a few days before her death to visit her parents She attended church Sunday morning a picture of hcaltb beauty and loveliness and Sunday night was seized with violent cramp 1and while everything that the best physicians nurses and loving bands could do was done no human band b could relieve horned on Wedncsdayat noon oho was removed to St Joscpbs Hospital where the physicians hoped they might eave her by an operation but she never rallied sufficient to have It done and at U35 Jan 30 her beautlful soul wended Its way on high to join the loved ones gone before She wall a beautiful Christian character refined gentle cultured to know her was to love her one always felt that ho was made bettor and purer by her Innuence and presence She was a true and devoted wife a model mother an affectionate daug ter and sister She was a member of the Klngsvllle Christian church and was faithful In her work as an orlanlst and Sunday School teacher We cannot now understand why such a lovely r character should be so rudely torn from us In the bloom of early womanbof when we need her so much need ber gentle Influence her husband her guiding band her two little needlJI need her sweet motherly reader care her devotion But God knows boat and we pray the guidance of His hand for this brokenhearted husband and those precious lilt Mlllward Bros bady iberlcss boys charge of the funeral which took plcce Friday afternoon Feb at 2 oclock from No 13 Foreman street tho homo of her sister Mrs Uukle The pastor and oholr JeesleI Broadway Christian church conductedI the funeral services and a course of weeping friends followed thoI remains to tho Lexington where at 3 oclock she was burled bt heath a mound of lowers beside be- littlee sac Harry to await the combo of ono Who worketh In mysterious ways His wonders to perform and some day well understand whyw i have to give her whom wo loved so much Into His keeping so young Dear sorrowing husband Pass under the rod and God will reunite you once again to live on and on the beau liful love begun here on earth And love lives on forever and forever It lioks the worlds that circle on above 4 Jls Gods first law the Universe lover In Hta 1slgbI hobbled into Mr sloro uue evening says Uegly NelsoDofI lliimilton Ga and he asked mo to try fjliniubcrl ins Ialn Balm for rheumatism with which I suffered torn long time I tola him 1 had no faith in any medicine as they all failed Hesaid Well if Chamber lalns Pain Balm does not help you yon need nut pay for it I took a bottle of ItIhome and used it according to the lions an J In one week I was cured am aye nut slnca been troubled with rheuI fflipatistn Sold by Cralg1t locker Drug gists The drouth In the western districts Nevi South Wales is terrible Over So O0 o00 bhiep have perished The area of UrouthalUlcted country U vast enough to tlnd room for two or threi kingdoms and it Is as monotonous at vast Hills aro unknown The rivers J mere ditches At the whisper of rain these aeallko plains blosom into unparalleled verdure but nnder the rainles crystalline sktos these stiaJclcss pas acres shrivel into a vast level floor ul r sand Derapaoy Hare tho richest Negro In Kstcrn Virginia Is dead He owned 2000 acres of line farming land Hare who would not associate with Negroes churlahed the ambition that his ono daughter should become the wlfo of 0 white man When she married Ne goo the od man woe crushed Ho re fused to recognize her and left tbo bulk of tile property to white friends He once applied to a surgeon to remove the Negro blooo from hu veins a DEAVKESS CANNOT liE ClKED bv lcalaIllcalion Is they ctnnnl reach the rased purtton eat is only one way to ilcjfncM and that ii by corntltiitloiut reiim 5f7 Uralnea Ii caused by in lnUamo1 conUllon of the muwiiii llnlDis of tne KuiUtbitii Tube When tbli tube tntliuieJ you dare a luuilillujj IMrinz sad when It Is en rely l orw m clued IIe fllfllltherulltIDt unloa the InlUm Pliton can bo Uken out au lube rwtoral to lu normal condition hearing will b deitroyeU A r pin eusee Iul of ten are Caused br u trarrbwldcbAnolblog but an Inflammed snit mucoui WiTwllf t e one hundred dollars for any cut or deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured ljr halls lfetarrh Cure Send nor rlrculara free F J jENEV A CJ Toledo O st7cH- allsFamtly l1ll ate lhelot v RUBBLE Metcecbjnles Wm Curry and George Wood to Pony Heazloy some select stock hogsI at840Elder A R Moore will preach at tbt Christian church here Sunday lfter noon at 230 J J Walker has been In bed for a few days with grip F P Bishop will leave about Feb 6 for Oklahoma Doge aro dying In this community from tbo effects of barking at tho a rlous candidates as they como to present their claims J M Rankin and Robert McKech nlo have gone to Wayne county 1v erybody hero Is sympathizing wltb Ed- Minor In hiss misfortune and hope tbat bo will get well U L Hubble and T C Rankin arc hack from tho South and report a Iood trade there but claim It as high here as hero and therefore no money to the man who buys here and sells thorn Mr Morgan Sutton and Mlsa Salllo Smith drove over to Lancaster were married Thursday morning 1 v rybody wishes them much joy Miss iallle is a most excellent girl and Morgan a good boy John Roblnsoc sold some nice belfers to Georgo Wood at3c Bishop k Pols rrove realized Ito for their crop of tbacco they shipped to Louisville after laying all expenses J J WnlkereoldI1 pair of mules to B G The best fortified city In the world II Paris It la defended by seven araat orts about tho city eight mlle away from its walls nlntecn smaller fort13 our miles out each containing threu ems and mounting rwonlnt five ton runs Great stacks of 100pound melhi Ite shells aro ready for these guns to iu1 There aro twentyone miles of- continuous fortifications about the town artbwork walls 150 feet thick at tbe bas and fronted by forty five 1001 Coats So cleverly aro the forts masked by long slopes of green turf and the rails by trees and bushes that one can pass In and out of Paris a dozen tlwetJ and see scarcely a trace of its fortlfic one Tho range of the nlntyfivo ton aun8 Is fourteen miles To work the guns Paris has 00003 trained artlller ten along her reservists Sho coula man every gt n twice over garrison all ber forts with infantry reservists and put a dozen calvary regiments Into tbo tlelil for scouting purposes Such a performance no other city on earth could rival At every 1000 yards along tbc InDer slope of fortifications Is a three IJtory guard house Some 20000 troop could thus be sheltered within call all attackable points Every horse ofI four years old Is registered The eral stall could choose from some 120 000 horses There are In Paris 1000 caba with three horses to a cab4SWOa- euntoJ fairly suitable for cavalry Add 20000 tram and bus horses and 60000 drauJtbt horses the balance may taken as In private bands The beI t1torell of Paris are boundless In a she could arm and clothe 450000 Ing men with 70000000 rounds of mel- Inlte cartridges and at the army baker sbe reserves largo stores otl raln- Ncw York Press What most people want is couietliinj mildaDd gentle when in need of a phsI Ie Chambarlaina Stomnch and Lver- Tablets fill tho bll to a dot They are- easy to take and pleasant in effect l or- 1Il11 by Craig A Hooker DrugglstA Farm rs Roller Mills STAWF03D K7 Morris Fred Pror I have bought tho Curler Straub Mill tho we t end of Stanford und am supplying tl with new maclilnerr of tlio most plodern- make In about two weeks I will be rfmjj to supply the public with thu best o- fFlour MOll Shii tuff Chickon Food Etc laving lad dealings with a great many Lincoln county people while I run the Ex knowIIInd nut tho very insist willbe my motto and I III atthero strictly to It I need your pa- tronago and sincerely hope to merit und roc- elve It Horncraber till piano Carter Straubs old mill MOItUIS FILED Stiinford FIRST NATIONAL BANK Olt STANFORD KY ClUl Stock 100000 Earplug 817638 SI his Imtltunon originally ettablUhed u the De Itauknf Stanford In lass then reorgajilicd ai tte National Hank of Stanford In andapiU- anUfd ai the tntNational Hank ot Slantorf n IS82 hat had practically an uninterrupted exist eDte for year U U Letter auppllod now wltt- Itioi for transacting budneupromptlyand s y than eter before In Ita long and hODolab- career Accounts of Individuals fiduclarlea aDJ IndlildualMolIclledDIKICTO F eld Lincoln Co JW farditnSlanfur S Harrli Hiuiihman J DuckerI TP I1IH WP Walton W A Tribbler Jl1 fcUlerCrab OrchJ M b Mlllrr MtVrrncn M DE wore Htanfordorricsil J 6lIlK er Ireild nt toJ McKoborta Caibif t J HiailEST rillOK rAW FOR Skunk SkinWANT 25000SolicitedCorrespondence 1Ls BurkhardtClnelnrrattuhl Lincoln Countynational Bank Capital StockUliiOOjO itom rtn The janeer flank A Trust IIUlIO and underatue luauagrmeut conllnu outly for Years Solicits Your BaX1lf Account Roping such business relations will prone lDulua ly Iwoflclil and plMl Dill TOllS 13 Vllllami J8 Owlff Sr J A W Cirtwnter H IICuiuiulnst J K Lynn S1L Shanks J F Cash J B Uwtlt OFFICERS S U Shanks Fnsldentti J II Owtlcy Cashier W M Night AiL Cashl- rro Tlie Democrats of Llfcolf CoUpty At a meeting of tho Democratic Coui omniltteo held In Ptnnford Iyon Monday Jan loot tho following re hltlon weru adopted ordering a primary 1fCUon to bo held on Saturday tho 16th day or- larch 1901 to aomlnnto democratic elllllll atojj for UDty pokes to be voted for a ovemlwre1eeetlan1901 ItEsoLVCD 1st That u primary clfCUon various Yotln III dayIand 4pm for the purpose of nomlnatlr andldatet for the following otllcen to oted for nt thu regular November electlo to wit County Judge County Clerk oanty Attorney Hherlu Jailer Coon perlntcndent of Schools County Surveys ssesiior fntatlvu for the Count Coroner Jutlrof the IVaco and Conttab In each of the four magisterial dUtrlcU of Incoln county KriOtVEU 2d That each person drulrlt to become a candidate at said primary clot tlon for any of tho olllce t h r lulJtroru named shall on or before 12 oclock cool en the let day of March Itrdl notify tho halrman of Count Committee of hi Intention to become a candidate and pay tho Treasurer of this committee the fn mount of tho n so menl required of each indldate to defray tho necessary and IInd proticr expcnscsuf hulcllilg said prima ry election RKSOlV El JU That at said primer eetion nil ttervont jioffettimj the neetuur ItJrtl uatWfl of rolert art dtlllo cral and HiU fit in honor hound to lOrt tit itonnntet thereof without reference fa itf iiirttioltt abut which uVviocrrit haIYI dWrrtd in the State or national jiolilicf aN cordially iHtite lnrtejpeeted and are ilnlo rote in taid primary Itetion RKSOlVKDWt all minors rlo- are democrats ami alto will Itromc of Ie btort the Xoretnlier tirction 1901 mu1ro1- 1O Ie In aupJMht nomincct thrreg IIrt- IIIilftl to in au primary election tt MiVEti Ails That each candidate fllr- tho followlnp ufllcc uliikll pay the rolloID amount In order to ho liln name prlnto upon the ballots and to be voted for nt cull 1rlmary election 8heriIT unty JlldJoIO 00 40 00 Count Attorney 400 rounty Superintendent of schools 40 Jailer 1sessor y 130 ItllIt ontttre for the IViuutv S IESOIVCD 6th That salt ultctlor hll III II hold under anti cllnduetctlln amid necorc1ance with tho law of thU Commonwealth regulating and controlling limo cOl- rduct of primary olutlons W S U O WAimcjCt StcrclaryaChairman RROED SCHOOL ELEC TION tlgctLNTY u a rniiilar vim ot the Unoolii County COIIr- t81ale of Kentutky held on the IJlh day of lance IIrlr1ni that a Inrd by rr l0nyslaWJ tFlormesT Wilt N nlll 71Ieero Iteynoids s Tt Halle1tt9 J K antlale1It W Ir oUeu wu the county Judge In onc- ourl at tlie but regular ln ial rr term of asking that a wluml district tot or un Iran with III l itmj ry u followt II Ilrirln nlo alKT fences thence to U ntown street and with Mime to the Jinn narrow place excluding II hence to John IlrUhti IncUUlntt It thence 10 oho Foiteri Including tt Ihmre to the JD- OInolnelon jiliw lucluilln II tliccce to K Woo lt ttlirr thnci lo James Ihrrlo place ricudlnx It but IDCIIHUDJ the old rick house thence to the lull on the 1INItIII InrluJlog It thence to ForM IUlil1 lnjluillinU IrDc to Mrs Jno U SI Incluilng 1L Ihnre to wan lltcki Inelud Ing tlifneito John Miller thrnce to William t Tttet Isms Including It thence In lIauall1l1Rn IncndlOK Ii tbrnr to U T Pence tbo brglnnlug and that the site for th school beu of the lOIOwl illtlrlct be the prcwnt III building belocrlnc to oommon school ills- NoIrct situated on vllle slmt KtonfurO olnoouity Kf wbiiU ill Is certified to Iw nol exceeding two and oue half lee rout any Itrt of she Ixmndtry of the maid uwl dUtrlct a d It e4tlnjlllllO tint said p tliloutrtaie lax 11 ita Pjal otera ivold mi of the proposal led Co iituon Scoot ll trifl and of Sunfard JIIllc District of this and It further penlnz Ilia the County Ku orlntcndent of Illon of Lincoln fInDI has endoneil hetitoahlnppruyalofaameanal that all of Ibe district lo ba alrl tl cridMl comiiion ICboolllolrltl liarecndonwdoniald petition thei- rallrool of uiiie at by law the tllng xiinclently adrlwjordcrt that Salll- ilIIlIen the iherltt of lids county be and 0bereh directed to cauie a to opened and an lection to bo held at the city of 810nlorJ1 1100010 County Kentucky ou hhaul the unit bring more than 0 days aftr the entry of tbli onlei fur the punnwat ngUosenwof the Irjtl white voters rrld Ing within the rf the Said lrop1H- raJ Uummon School l silrlct whether Iher- oIhIIIlc11I1 and collected au an auruul tax forly itO cents on etch one hundrcil dollars of value therein cnlJect to State or Ou 1- 1Inallooownttl by whfteiwrwmi and one dollar and Iw tlvocnota 1Itof tax on hlln ante proposed traded 01110101 School Dlstrlit over twenty ooo year bf lor the pun e of eitabllohluit and main a graded ittiumon ftliool thrirln at vlded lu Section hat to ot th Coiumon School La loofficert of Hldelrctlon will alto cause the Irltal voters ol said proposed irndrd Common tiehMIIIJlrlello roU lU pertonilo U the IrI oft tame prbtd d sold tax shall to eualtrnofasialeli4lionwlltmske return In due fuimof the result of uruvat the prcllcabl Attest Ire II Clerk A Lincoln County Court lira la hereby given that In odlenc to the- atIYecrlcrot the county court nl Llnnoln county I ilL hold election at tae coiuu n Shoot IhaRIn Stanford on faturdar March 2 loin frou u u u in II 4 oclock r u fur tbo wcttet forth In Sold ahoy order oar nJitxl tote tie all while matte orcr of age who have rwldeuu of the ororoo Grmdoot Comiuuu biil District for ihylInd of thq county alx inonlhi and of tho jote on yeari rtnNlogthedayofsaid elecllon- 1hll2111 day of January Sbcrllfof ItomInCovutrKay r r weL MISS ANNIE McKINNEYI Is acandldatn for thn Intcndout ot Public School subject to action of tho democratic party tlloI C C BAKER- Is a candidate for Sheriff ot Lincoln coltnty subject to the action of lice democracy CARLAND SINCLETON It n candldato for the nomination for SUJlCr Intenniint of 1ubllc Schools subject to tho action of tbo democratic potty E D IEIYI EfY Is n candidate for Jullvrnf Lincoln cOllnlY subject to tho action of tho dcrnocrllUo partyCEORCE W DoBORD- Is a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to tho action of the debtor party JOE T EMORY Is a candidate for Aiapv or of 1lnrotn County subject to the action of the tlcmoo racy CHRS L CROW It a candidate for AMeasnr of Lincoln Oun ty HUbjuct to iho action ot tho Democr perry GEO T FAKIUS Of Oarrard U a candidate for renorolnat for State Senator in this district compo d or Lincoln Casey Iloyle nut Oarrard coun leu subject to the action of the domocratlo party u CHAS L DAW33S- H a candidate for Ato or of Lincoln Oun ty iiubjoct to the action ot the tlcmoora arty J M CASTER Sr- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count ubjrct to tho action of the democratic Jlar ty J C MaWnOHTEB Of Crab Orchard U candidate for A At or of Lincoln county subject to the aetlon of tho democratic pun- yJAMES T JONES II candidate for jailer of Lincoln count bjcct to the action of the democratic Inr ty flQf REWWaUCHPQnQ a candidate to represent Lincoln court In the Legislature subject to tho action tho Democratic party Goo S Carpnt37 n canJIdiitt fen Sheriff of Lincoln oouul bjvet to tho action ot the Dtmocrntte juirt T J HILL Is n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count aUbJoet to the action of the democratic part y 31 G REYNOLDS 1a a candidate for AtMvwornf Lincoln county subject to tho action of the democrat larty lI S IIAUGIIMAN II n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count r- lubJect to the notion of the democratic part E W LILLARD Of Danville U a candidate for State Senate In this district composed of Lincoln law 11010 and UarrardcountlMi subject to tho action of tho democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS b candidate for Annwurof Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of tbo Democrat part M F NORTH Is s candidate to represent Lincoln County III the URliKUuru subject to the action ot- tile Democratic party W I HERRIN I i candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county Joct to the action of tho democratic par ty J II RAINES I candidate for the nomination of Julio of Lincoln county subject to the action or tbo Democratic Urty VM LAND GRAF Is R candidate for AssMsor of Lincoln coon tysubject to democratic action F1IALES M WRIGHT Ie II candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho dcmocrutli pMt y JOHN C PEPPLES Is Icandldato for Jailor of Lincoln Count 8ubJect to tho action of tho democratic par t c eupportis solicited DINK FARMER Ie 1 candidate lor Jailer subject to the ac tlon of the democratic party lie solicit ourllIpport GUS McCOHMACK Ie n candidate for Asaeisor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tho democratic plnty GEO A EUBANKScri- ndldatoIIII for Sailor of Lincoln county- lubJcct to tho action of tho democratIc party RDILLEHAYDAMVILLE MannfttCturer of E ICK i And healer I- nmcCement 5cc Sco Write Tor Prlcct s r oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0- o 0- g CHIIMIM FRYE g- g Brokers g get Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky go 0 Stocks Bonds Cotton Graino ggo e o Orders by mail or ptly o 0executedo O Hank anti Commercial KiferoncM Lung DUtnn u Telephone biO 0 O 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 SSSSSS- e CUT PRICES On Overcoats 0 Find Heavy Suits W E PERKINS Grab Orchard Ky c New Goods New Firm And Every nltyls ilo4galn Day Where You unit Everything Perfectly Fres And you hero a Nice New Stack to select front Your patronage will tw appreciated Uoalsdelirered promptly Call und ree ties r W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street 1WvIIavoaKul IIIno of i Ledgers Journals ii Day and Cash Books i For the New Year Good ionic it Low Iricti i PennYo Store I X02 i Ii d u su+lsti+ alti+ +0+1 Stanford Female College STANFORD KY pThorough courses in Literature Science Music andElocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Cataloguejto MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres J A ALLEN CO Contractors And 33ijilders STANFORD KY Have now complete toekoMtulldllig Material Vellow 1inel flooring Urllln Doori Sash blinds and all of ilrtreIea1 and Rough Lumber Shllljth nod 8luel touting Lt oukt Pott c W make uetlmateson uuyUIfiJ of work w lntaI once olIIOIIllr L II Cooke CATTLE LOST A dark brown twoyeurold clear left the Illggl farm In the East of Lincoln and a light red two vearold rider loft the S W Owens farm Hewurd for Inlarma tlon leudlnir to their n nir ry TW ii1NNEYIunIlnuCity Iy FOR SALE A Chance of A Lfc Time My Entire Stock nt General Merchandise Store House and Lot For Sale orelllitll stock and runt store houhe and lot heat stand In Lincoln Co F STEELE llu ToviiiK Kr BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS IX Furniture MnttiiiRSRUKK And Wnli Paper FuYiilturo for all They will lcbelIge kinds of Stork Glvehem a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY i Residence For Sale Or Rent A vUry dOllrahlo rwldonco of toil room ludtaglcu 100tl1Iin COAL 6 SALT byOctof the best coal also salt mind I will sell It to mcrehuntH wagon loud at a small IelgltratAcre prlceMGlvoII II KINO MOHCIANI Kr i 4 J Gz McGLA1 Y iiDOM n arrlJ Manufacturernnd DcaleRr In L 51 NESS SADDLEltr a 0 StaufordKy