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J 11 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL V il VOL xxvIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 1901 9AM NO 99 11 kiCRAB ORCHARD the little sons of James Anderson havo measles nod Mr Dukes Infant has whooping cough All aro doing wellTboro Is enough lumbar apparently at the lumber yard to build a llttlo city It with a great many line locust posts awaits shipment Hid Shepherd will likely accept tbo call to tho paetorata of trio Baptist church hero and should ho do so ho will movo his family here which will t bo a pleasant addition to Crab Orchard i Those who havo Ico houses ready for Ice havo despaired of getting swarm 0- 11lcd but Mr Wm Stewart says ho has up Ico us lute all tbo inlddta of Our winter has certainly boon remarkable so far Dr Doorcs has felt the band of ollllc tlon upon him Ills brother and lister of Lancaster havo both been very littleIhis brother and sister last week Eld C A Mooro of Lancaster ac companied Mr A III Uostln and tam- il as they bore the romaine of llttlo Margaret to this placo for burial liro Moore made a row remarks closing with a touching benediction at tbo K grave of tho sweet little one Mlu Lu Jlo McCluro returned homo with Mrs Dastln Mrs Dr Doorcs has boon for sometime with pneumonia nod grip Dr Bailey of Stanford was called to see bcr She Is retorted better at this writing J C Illnohcart of Livings I ton visited friends hero the past week Mr James Holman and wife of Stan ford spent a few days with tho groom and bride Mr David Holman and wife Mr and Mrs Smith ooo Miss Lock io Dllllon of Livingston visited Mrs Dllllan Saturday Messrs Joe and Will Brooks wore In town this week They seem qulto lonely without their mother and sister who aro spending c the winter to Atlanta Mrs Mary Mor gao and chlldron of MoKlnney aro spending a few days with Mrs Marga ret Gormloy Mr J B Willis of O O Springs Hotel wont to Richmond Saturday for a brief visit to her moth crt Mr Dejarnclt W A Bcazley and family wont to Lancaster to bo present at the burial of little Eugene son ofj Dr and Mrs Walter Bcazloy Kid Shepherd of Paint Lick preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night Tho claim of other cough medicines to be as good u Chsmbcrlalns arc effectual 1 ly set at rest In the following testimonial of Mr O D Olns an employe of Harden it DctmUCo Gardner Me He says I had kept adding to a cold and cough in the winter of 1807 trying every cough medicine I heard of without permanent help until one day I was In the drug store of Mr Ittmlrhan and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and of bred to pay back my money It I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes weie very sore at this time but I was complete ly cured by this remedy and have since always turned to It when got a coldand soon find relief I also recommend it to my friends and am glad to say it la the best of all cough medicines For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists David Nation husband of the rapid tire saloon smasher when ho beard that legal assistants had been appointed to close saloons in Kansas said This is lust as I said last night If my wife had remained at homo Instead of going East on a lecture tour oho would now bo right In It This Is the tlino for her to strike and Instead of shooting off her mouth to people who only laugh at her she could bo right hero doing good I think my wife has plainly shown she la losing her head over th6 notoriety ot the thing If she docs not return and smash saloons while the Iron Is hot and the officers have agreed to help lier then she Is a bigger fool than I takoherfor Jacob Price has h meal shovel that Is fover 300 years old It Is of some kind of wood which grow in Gormanywhoro it was made and brought hero by his grcatgrandparonts and has been I kept In tbo family as a relic It Is In a fino state of preservation not n crack or llaw about It Ho also has a largo bottle given him by his father which is 110 years old and warranted to hold ono gallon and u quart Georgetown I Times t An exchange tolls us of a lady who bad a boarder and every time ho would como to the table ho would say He brews 138 Finally the ladys curios ty became aroused and she got her Bt blo and Investigated She was very I r much shocked and may bo you would be too when you find out what she read cAt a meeting of tho Republicans of Martin county to draft rules governing their primary which will bo hold Mch 15 they adopted a rule to force Demo crats desiring to vote to swear they voted for McKinley at the late election 11L MONTICELLO Montlccllo has a new library con taming 30 volumes and a number of now subscribers Elder Allen Hallou delivered die courses Sunday morning and evening at the Union church Rev U G Foote of Chestnut St church Louisville will commence a se rice of meetings hero Sunday night John Outte Sr has been a sufferer from tonsllltls for several days Win Tuttle and wife entertained oho Carom Club Wednesday evening The long talked of bank will soon boa reality as tho contract has been closed and the building will bo erected as soon an practicable J It Oatu Sr and brother of Augusta aro loaders of tbo enterprise and will rush tho work along Tbo W O T U will entertain Sat urday by music und addresses for 30 minutes and then the L T L will have charge giving tho audlunco songs rec itations and drills Mrs Ethel WII hlte has trained tbo little ones and from 12 at the first mooting she now has 75 members In the band Mrs Juan Hall Is some better Del tie Shearer is attending college In Nashville Dr Switzer of Bronston has located hero and moved his fami ly to the residence of Mrs Juan nail Mrs Ada E Philips Is suffering from grip Mr and Mrs P M Berwald bavo gone to Bradford Penn to live Walter N Fllppln has returned from Arkansas Preston Beck accompa nied by his family loft for Garrard this week where be recently purchased a valuable farm Prof Ragan will give an clocutlonory cotesFeb 22 at the court house and Evelyn Klndrlck Em ma Ramsey WIllie Franck Lltha Shearer Berta Stone and Kiltie Kin drlck aro tho contestants Mice Eva Jones has trained tbo young ladles and this Is all that Is necessary to say that It will bo a success so far as her skill la concerned A gold medal will be pre sented tho forunato ooo and Misses Susie and Besslo Lacier and Joo Morrow are judges ot tbo occasion Blessings as well as troubles never como singly o our little city will soon bo bustling with ccterprlse J P Royce and L W Lockrldgo of Aurora lad came hero a few days ago to con tract for white oak timber and a site to erect a stave manufactory Every thing proving favorable the foreman Mr Wyman came on and closed tho necessary arrangements The building will bo erected on tho vacant lot of Capt J Stephenson on Michigan Ave The timber of Frank and Lewis ColTny and U L Philips at 75 cents per tree has been secured u LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Bcaxloy Bros bought of J T Hack lay a gelding for 800 600 bales nice Timothy bay for sale W G Routon McKinney Emmett McCormack sold to Charlie Caldwell of Boyle 10 long yearlings at 35Charlev Caldwell of Temperance has a mulo Ova years of ago which is fully 17 hands In height Thomas Adams sold his farm of HO acres near Camp Dick Robinson to Mrs Mary Harlan for 7500 Tho Danville News says that Force tus Reid sold 12 yearling and twoyear old horses recently for f 1800 Charles R Thorapsonsold to Gentry Bros of Lexington 10 good cotton mules at S5 Georgetown Times O P Huffman bought of E P Woods somo fat hogs at Ho nnd of Ca monlscb some extra good heifers at Slots The Paris Kentuckian reports sales of two yearling jacks for 8500 100 fat hogs at Sc and 8000 bushels of bluo grass seed at 45o Many a man said the Corn red Philosopher that thinks himself a dark horse turns out to be a pale gray ass when the test comes Mountain farm of 100 acresi miles North of Grays Station Knox county for solo Good coal and timber Cheap A B Slier Crab Orchard Ky It is about tlmo stallion and jack owner were advertising their stock They should boar In mind that there Is no bettor medium than the INTFUIOH JOUUNAL to do so- P J Dwyor bought of Capt James B Clay of Fayotto for 1000 two fine Handspring colts Ono Is a bay colt out of Mcndrolt the other a brown filly out of War Mantle Hart Gibson Jr of Lexington has tiled suit against the Latonla people for 812000 tho value placed on Plrato Bella a race mare which fell over a projection from u fence white rudnlng Brace 10 last and was kill ed A lame shoulder Is fly caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a tow applications ot Chamberlains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists A collarcuff and shirt manufacturers comblno Is the latest thing In trusts Its capital aggregates 20000000 MIDDLEBURG Mo D Jones hud a close call a few days ago He was working at Cy Walls mill on Indian Creek when tho edging saw caught his glove taking off tho tips of the fingers und also the tips of a cojplo of Macks fingers Mrs Harrlolte Leonard wlfo of Win Leonard died dt Yosemite Thursday with pneumonia Sho was a daughter of Benjamin Tlusloy and was perhaps tbo tallest woman In tbo county Her measure when brought hero for a cof tin was found to bo 0 feet 71 inches In lengthA man by tho name of Wilson of the Doc Creek section was showing a friend how his Wilsons cousin woe accidentally shot when tho gun with which bo was demonstrating was dis charged tie ball taking effect In his shoulder near where bo said his cousin was shot Tho wound Is a painful one though not dangerous- W C Russell and his two sons Mack and Luther are confined to their beds wltn grip Miss Kato McIntosh Is able to sit up must of the tIme after being In bed nearly live months with fever Miss Kato was at J C Coulters when his house burned and was carried down a long flight of stairs by MarIa Wills her colored nurse Editor Knott of the Louisville Post U having trouble with now found friends Ho left the democratic party or rather was kicked out of It for his cussedness and now the republicans Louisville have turned their boots on him and ho hasnt time to scratch be tween kicks It seems that Knott was never Intended for anything but a foot ball IN NEIGHBORING n COUNTIES Magistrate C C burton aged 71 Is dead In Jessamine Thomas Cotton a prominent stock trader of Spencer county committed suicide at Lawronccburg James M Moberly was finally ac quitted by the which was hung up Harrodsburg from Friday till Monday It M Jackson cashier of tho First National Bank of London and R C Ford of MIddlcsboro bavo purchased the Pittsburg Coal Companys proper ty at Pltuburg It Is ono of the large est coal plants In the section and works several hundred men Mrs M P Tunis died at her real deuce In Danville Tuesday of pneumo alain the 71d year of her ago She leaves two sons Mr NJ Tunis of Danville and Mr J Theodore Tunis of Lexington and throe daughters Mrs W W DIckorson of Williams town and Misses Kato and Lou Tunis of Danville KEMAIHCADLK WKATHEK Tho record breaking mildness ortbo present winter puts the old Inhabitants up a tree without frostbiting him Every month of the 12 just past has been marked by thunderstorms or more or less brilliant electrical displays in the heavens This was notlcably the case In December and January Grasshop pers and lightningbugs were seen In the meadows the last of December No leo has been gathered nor skating done Days In January wero as balmy as April and the general temperature of midwinter was but llttlo severer than that of early spring Snow has not lain on tbo ground so long as 12 hours at any tlmo during the winter With an early and open spring a must re markablu cycle of seasons will close and Hicks will bo demonstrated to be biggest liar that over talked about the weather Glasgow Times Mrs Nancy A Mitchell of Lyon county Is believed to have tbo largest number of living decondunts of any woman In Kentucky If not In tbo Uni ted States She has 237 living defend ants Including 10 children 100 grand children groatgrandchildren and seven greatgrcatgrandchlldron Mrs Mitchell has been married 70 years Only one of her children died Craig Hocker guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Kemedy and will refund the money to any ono who is not satisfied after using two thirds of the contents This is the best remedy in the world for lagrippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and Is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of cold to result In pneumonia In tho chu rcmhyarfLeigh near Dolton will bo found atombtono bear log the following amazing sentence A virtuous woman Is to her bus band Tho explanation seems to be that space prevented a crown being cut In full and the stonemason argued that a crown equals five shillings tallaLto lynch George Dune bo committed suicide by hanging himself to a win dow bar In his cell with an electric light wire Burlo was arrested on a charge of having criminally assaulted Kate Muflch 12 years ot ago Tho Yaqua Indians are again on the warpath They killed several ranch men In Mexico ROBERT G JONES Stanford Excellent Chief of Police LANCASTER The Baptists willclva a sock party at the parsonage on the evening of the 22nd Mrs Buford Ely of Paint Lick the bride of a fortnight is seriously of measles The 10 months old Infant of Mr and Mrs Jack Parian died Monday of Bctttna and Al Anderson gave a handsome dining Thursday at their country home The many friends hero at his old homo will regret to learn of the seri ous Illness of Ashbrook Frank Elder A R Moore will preach at the Christian church SunJay morning on the theme UA Name to Live Miss Iva Ball and Wm F Eason both of this county were married on Tuesday at tho county clerks oQlce Mrs J W Perkins tbo bride of the eloping couple married at Knoxville le suffering ruin a severe attack of pneu monia The C W B M Auxiliary of this place will educate a native girl of In dia and name her for the pastors lit tIe daughter Mary Moore Several members of Dr Herrings family have been victims of tho grip C W Anderson and children have also suffered from the same disease Mr Spalnbowor an aged farmer of tbo Point Leavell locality died of a general decline Tuesday and the Inter meet took place at Paint Lick Wednes dayPorter J White now reputed to be the finest Impersonator extant of Me pblsto will appear hero at the opera bouse In Faust on Saturday night Feb Will Adams and Taylor Gibbs two Negro lads were tried for stealing 320 from a white boy named Kaiser Adams was released on the promise of a severe flagellation from his mother and Taylor was returned to confinement J E Stormea was so unfortunate as to run a rusty nail into his foot a few days since Ho und his friends have been somewhat apprehensive as there have been several cases of bloodpoisoning and tetanus resulting from similar woundsMr Perkins HI of pneumonia has had a relapse and his condition is serious Wilson Moore son of Thoa S Moore of tho same section 1oleo qulto ot pneumonia Mrs Dalton ot the Fall Lick locality Is seriously sick from grip- Announcement cards were received hero Thursday of vho marriage on the 12th of Miss Mary Robertson at Eliza bethtown und Theodore Mntcrsmtth ot Louisville Miss Robertson has been a frequent visitor to ttiii city be fag related to Mrs E L Poor and tam ily Henry Arnold son of H C Arnold of this vicinity Is quite ill and bad a severe hemorrhage of the lungs His sickness Is unusually sad as several members of the family bavo fallen vie time to that fatal disease consumption and there have been five deaths in the household within about four years Mr Milton Ward ot JonesviUo Va Is tbo guest of his eon O H Ward Mrs Georgo D Lusk left for Louisville Tuesday to join her invalid husband specialistpresident of the District W C T U Is at Livingston In thelntorest of tem perance work With a sermon last Sunday morning at tbo Christian church by Elder A R Moore entitled Satans Throne and a thrilling impersonation of Mephls topholes at tho opera house Saturday night It Is very likely the Lancaster people will be deeply Impressed by this double warning of shunning that down ward course that leads to an everlast log association with his Satanic Mag esty Pictorial representations of Dantos Inferno have taught invaluable lessons W hat most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They are easy to take ant pleasant in eflcct For Bale by Craig Hocker Druggists In a duelncar Thajker W Va John Ray was killed S f r = =lld = =m Iai It Is Not Often tlt 1 justfii1Ii Overcoats and fancy Suits at Cost i 31tIT PAYS TO TRADEAT 4 1 WJ THE GLOBEIMerchant Tailoring Repairing i l lie Your money back if youre notI utlsfiedJ1i1 MILLER HIRSCH r Successors to J L Frohman Co lfil 1= ==Y ur= == = HftTSWe have just received a Large Assortment of Spring Hats Of The Very Ngwcst Shapcs Ann ShanDs A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for the Newest Things z CUMMINS McCLARY A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY make close estimates on work and perfect satisfaction as to work iI and material as will be attest by any one of the many parties for yearsIthatLumber Lath Shingles EtcII will duplicate anyprlces NMsN9 Bucket Pump find Wa ter Purifier It is the IiItTAKE Y- OURPRESCRIPTIONS S iT Craig Hocker Stanford y For Accuracy and Low Prices u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TilE State board of valuation fixes the aggregate amount of railroad fran cblecs to be certtfied to tho various counties at 50403184 Tbo average rate of taxation combined for counties municipalities and school districts It a least 8110 on each 8100 worth of property at which rate the total amount money to be expended by the railroads to the various counties cities and school districts will reach the enol moue total of 620420 02 for tho four years from 1896 to 1900 tncluslvo The franchise of tho L d N Is stated at 823800495 and the QL C j2DIH205 The C O comes next with a little over 88000000 Paying as they do a full assessment on their tangible property to the State counties towns and schools this extra tax seems to be In the nature of a hardship on the roads which Is likely to react on the State BERRY HOWARD Indicted for com pllclty In the murder of Gov Goeb sends word to Commonwealths Atti fey Franklin that ho will surrender at iany time if that gentleman wilt alree to give him ball Now let Gov Beck ham show Howard that ho can be made t to surrender ball or no ball by puttli a price on his head that will bring him in It would be a lesson that would do such fellows toad and cause thorn to change their opinion of the laws of Kentucky Tim way that the U S court of appeals sat down on Juice Evans in the Kentucky election cases was a caution and will doubtless take some of the cancel out of the Louisville man that ho Is not the whole thing that citizens ofI this State have some rights tbatI even a Federal judge must respect and that the characters of men on trial can not be rudely assailed from the baud without evidence and without warrant ITS anything to beat the democrats The republicans Brownies and Middle poftheRoad populists have called a joint mass convention at Owensboro on April 6 to nominate a mixed ticket for the county and magisterial district olll ccs against the democratic nominees Whats tbo matter with the prohlbl tlonlsts that they didnt fall In lint too I TUE Capital Punishment Bill introduced by Senator Smith In the Kansas Senate was defeated 18 toll A sentiI went In favor of restoring capital punI isbment in Kansas was aroused by the recent burning of the Negro Alexande IatLeavenworth and tbatthe bill shouli be defeated by such a decisive vote oc caslons surprises YTUE last move In tho cumbersomeI in the election a dent and vice president was made nesday when the House and Senate InI Joint session canvassed the electoral vote for president and vice president and declared William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt duly elected NoI vote was disputed TUB president has signed the bill di viding Kentucky Into two Federal court districts and will take up the question of appointments soon It la a great outrage that the people ara to be taxed for the useless district formed entirely to furnish places for the faithful wboI are not able to earn a living in a legiti mate way iIN the matter of appointment to the judgeship for tho new Federal court dlstrbt George Dennys name seems likely to continue to bo Dennis MR CYNTHIANA DEMOCRAT Your explanation Is thoroughly satisfactory We freely forgive and will try to forget TOTHE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY Hon M F North announced in this paper a few days since among other things that ho was for the Hon James B McCreary for United States Sena tor He has no advantage over mo In that respect for I am also for Mr Mc Creary as tbo caucus nominee for U S Senator and will vote for him as long as bo Is before the caucus ANDREW W BUCHANAN POLITICAL Mrs Thomas C Platt wife of the United States Senator from Now York la deadRepresentatlveGllbeltmadoa speech In the House to Ship Subsidy Bill t Wells a wealthy foundry man was nominated for Mayor by the Demo crats of StLouis- Represehatlve Borolng has Introduc ed a bill In tbo House establishing a court of pension appeals Tbo Senate has confirmed the nomi nation of Fitzhugh Leo to bo brigadier general In tho regular army The Court of Appeals hold that the Governor alone has the power to ape point magistrates to Oil vacancies There are now more than 10000 claims of vaterans of the Spanish and Philippine wars awaiting notion at the Pension Bureau Tbo testimony against C F W Nee ly the alleged Havana postolllco embezzler already covers 2000 typewrit ten pages and many more witnesses are to bo examined by the govern l went An extra session of the Maryland Legislature has been called by GOY John W Smith the principal object being to pass a bill reforming the elec tlon laws by disfranchising tho IIIlter ate voters of tbo State Tho republican primary In Inox county resulted as follows James Mil ler county judge John Parker county clerk William Byrley sheriff Jessi D Toggle county attorney and M J II11 nltc county superintendent The American Commissioners are meeting with cordial welcome in tho- Philippine provinces tho natives Ien orally turning out In largo numbers and cheering the American and mlnl testing other evidences of good will The republican organs In Louisville are now so busy blackguard In one an other they bayent much tlmo to mls represent the democratic party They are not hitting a lick amiss either It is easy and not unpleasant to bJllovo all each says about the otherOwo boro Messenger It Is understood the President bas decided to appoint A M J Cochran of Maysvlllc and James Tinsley of Barbourvlllo judge and district attar nev respectively for the new Kentucky Federal judicial district G M DaYI son of Stanford has Deboos endorse wont for Assistant District Attorney At Lexington Judge Frank A Bullock instructed Stakeholder Spears to refund 850 paid Charles Foushee on a bet with Frank Calvin who wager that amount that Goebel would defeat Taylor Judge Bullock claimed that Galvin who had notified Spears not to pay the monoy had the right to wltb draw the bet The failure of tho Kentucky officials to make regulation on Govenor Durbl Indiana for the surrender of W S Taylor aud Charles Finley Goebel suspects is causing speculation It Is said no requisition will bo asked for tilt after the decision of the Court of Appeals In tbe cases of Jim Howard and Caleb Powers In a speech at the Republican Club dinner In New York Whltelaw Reid discussed a protectorate for Cubatbo local government under Its own control but Its foreign relations and perhaps its customhouses under ours As to an nexatlon be feared It would be follow rd by a demand for statehood whit would work the ruin of our continental republic Senator Towne served lust 50 days and drew 8712 as salary and 8283 for ullage 1000 In all During his brief term ho only delivered one speech It was 20000 words In length and occi pled three hours and two minutes As hat speech was about the only public service Mr Towno performed during its senatorial career It is estimate hat the government paid him at the rate of 85 50 a minute or 5 cents word Col Jack China who is in the city said Taylor thought be had every hang arranged for tbe two men wbo did tho killing bad pardons slgne rom him already In their pockets But be trouble was that Goebel did not die soon enough but lived long enough to lee Taylors undoing Taylor may hick he Is safe but some of these days aod that soon public opinion will be so strong that the Goveuor of Indiana will have to give tho fugitive up Washington Times NEWS NOTES Mrs Carrie Nation will edit tbe Pee orla III Journal for one day Tues day February 20 The L and N railroad paid In the State Treasury at Frankfort8110630 i5 taxes for tho year 1000 A crowd made up mostly of students mashed a saloon at Winfleld Rae A man and a woman were hurt Morgan Hayes of Butler county wall assaulted by robbers and was later se lously Injured In a runaway One convict was killed and another fatally wounded while trying to escape from Pratt mines in Alabama In a lourhanded fight st a dance ii Union county Bud Wllham and Joe errlll were seriously wounded Gen John B Gordon was robbed at hlcago of papers and checks worth 1000 and some railroad passes As the result of an antisaloon was all windows of a Presbyterian church at Winfield Kas were wrecked Nearly the entire plant of tbo Roch ester Tumbler Works Ill Plttsburg was destroyed by fire Loss about 8500000 Tompkinsllloreason that It couldnt sit on account of a bollBerry Hall a teacher is In jail at uttersvllle Ala charged with com fitting a criminal assault on a 13 year old pupil The overflow of a river caused the 109s of many lives and property dam BgO aggregating a million dollars at Lima Peru No 2 a fast train on the C k 0 was derailed at Malden W Va but strange to say none of Its many passengers was seriously hurt Judge Holllslor otCInclnnatl grant cd an Injunction against the Jelfrles Huhlln match iTbe promoters will tnko an appeal At Brazil Ind a murderer and borso thief became converted by at raogollst and confessed to having killed three men R C Morton aged 30 manager of e stock farm near Owonton was found deall with a bullet bolo in his temple It is believed bo committed suicide Dr B D Gray has notified his con ccatloa at Birmingham Ala that bo will resign his pastorate to Rccep- tthe presidency of Georgetown College I Edgar Ball of Middleshore aged 14 was sent to the Reform School at Lex- Ington While intoxicated he emptied his pistol at a Negro At Clinton the jury In the case of Thomas Cole who murdered Emma Rico also colored returned a verdict of guilty fixing punishment At death Mack Sublotto a Versailles goranc bullet walked five miles In the ountry to see a sick sister and returned ettU asleep sleeping all the rest of tbo night At Milwaukee Charles Voss an em ploe of the Illinois Steel Company killed hU wlfo with a butcher knife and tnen committed suicide by cuttl his throat Eighteen quarry companies of Southern Indiana have formed a compact to mantaln prices and an advance of three cents a foot on all kinds of Btone will bo made If the action of the State Board of Valuation is sustained by the courts In ordering railroad franchise valuailo certified to the counties for lamlc the roads will pay over 8600000 In such taxes The Combs Lumber Company at Lexington has taken cut 81115000 worth if insurance on the men in Its mill The conpanv pays the premium and jives the Injured workmen tohlrds of the Inaurance An oil well which has a flow of moro than 7000 barrels a day and which bat already Inundated five acres of land with petroleum was struck in Black ord coanty Ind field six mile Ve8t of Hartford City Deputy Sheriff William F Vaugh hot and fatally wounded Not Kolsoi colored at Georgetown Be was resist- Ing arrest and had knocked down Ihlel ot Police Lusby and was kicking him when Vaughn free Judge Burnam has been assigned 10 read the record In tho case of Jim How ard under sentence of death as tb lleged principal orthe Goebol murder Tho judges cast lots as to who shouli taKo It up and It fell to Burnam Three of the Boxer leaders have refused to commit suicide In obedience to the Imperial edict and are supportci by tho Chinese Emperor In their con melons making a settlement of the hloesn troubles impossible at present A prominent lawyer from Easten entucky says John L Powers under Indictment for complicity in the murder of Goy Goebol left Kentucky six month ago and Is now holding at onlce under ibo administration of Gov Stone at Harrisburg Pa Traffic Manager Wrenn says Florida wltlshlp 1250000 boxes of oranges this season adding that this Is tbe best yield Florida has made since tbo tel rlblo freeze of 1805 when everybody tbought the death knell of orange rowing had been sounded The United States circuit court or ipoals at Cincinnati reversed the election cases from Louisville acrnlnu rites Mullen Locke and ONeill The reversal Is on the error of Judge Evans In his Instructions in referring to the character of the accused when there was no evidence bearing on that point In the case of C E Lackey ol Iddlesboro the court ordered tbat- tho case be remanded to the Kentucky court and ordered his dismissal on tbeI grounds that the statute under ho was convicted was unconstitutional HUBBLE Hider A R Moore will preach at the Christian church Sunday afternoon Robert McKechnle has been down Wayno county buying cattle for a few Ed Miller and son of Ml Vernon were vlalllng In this community last week James Cox Sr Is IIlckIJohn Underwood U having U Taylor put him up an over head hor power for crushing and chopping feed- and sawing wood lames Robinson sold some 1200lb butcber stuff to Jesse Lynn at 4o Mike HOlers has sold his house and lot near Wilson Alexanders for 8150 to John Lewis Yakey and ho will go to Ddvless cnuntyOwsley Carman sent pictures of bls- olncers and some of the hauls grounds of Manila to his a few days ago- Jobn Robinson was vaccinated lIome- days ago and to his surprise hall to- keep his bed for several days Mrs Wm Curry has beeu called to- her brothers bedside in Garrard county Mrs A L Spoonamore baa gone to see her sick mother near McCreary We are all glad to learn that E T MI- nor is rapidly Improving and will soon be at bib homo again Tiford Messcr in from a weeks trip through the mountains and reports the sale or- Ilvn organs Fhe school trustees and county su Intendent have decided to build new school bouse on u now location Instead of the old site where the old one- burned some weeks ago and have pur- cbased a lot on tho Danville pike of S M Spoonamore for 8100 They give as uason that said lot is better located on account of running water and other surroundings TTENTION COMMITTEEMEN I A meeting of the Democratic County Committee is called to meet in Stanford Saturday Feb 23rd 1001 at tbo- onle of tho secretary The candidates for nomination for county olllees will on that day submit the list of names of- persons whom they wish to act as 001- cers ot the election In each voting pro- clnct and the olllcers shall bo as nearly equa1ly divided as possible amongst the candidatesR ARItE cbran fie oapain teems verge civil- var and a stato of siege has been pro- cll1tmed ap Madrid There is much rioting in the provinces Bros sold to H M Richard son of Louisville a fancy harness horse for 8200 L X K Xf i XtrJ Vtfl ii t l t A l 1 po oVt p i1tviN T oV r JIf 1 tl ltfIfo a 11o j1 i iito J rr 1 I 1 r The Louisville StoreOverstocked on Winter Goods Owing to the extremely mild winter we are overstocked ton heavy goods which we are bound to turn Into cash We will positively close out every winter garment in our house Njy f It does not matter about the price They be sold titi quicksome at half price and some at less than half Nothing willbe reserved must all go to make room for the new spring stock Capes mode to tell for 8160 go in lliii sale atM 48o ffJt Capes mode to sell for 8300 go in this sale at rCape inniU to Hell for 9100 go In this sale atH143eqCapos rondo to Holl for f500 go In Ibis sale at Clii 0 Ladies Plush and Astrlchan Capes go in this italo for loss than half price I lILadies Stylish Jackets to close out at halt price t Wo lava 500 dozen of Gents 4ply Linen Collars all the lateststydet 4 r 114They will alt go in this great sale at 6c good quality of 1125 Kid gloves made of fine selected skins black and t nil the loading fall shades special price for a short time 40o w 25o Wool Socks IQc- BO J d dozen inoin tra wool socks never 4n known to sell for less than 25o per pair v1 during our social talc theyll go at lUc t a pair10a Hose 5o i4 lollies and Misses stainless fast black hose strictly seamlcMi worth lOc a pair dont miss this great bargain at only oc 25c All Wool Mittens 5c djtFor misses and childrens worth 25c our price now 5c School Shoes 48c Lace and button thin shoe w III COlt J in any other store 1 v v1 01 Jifd trrit t X Jt e CHURCH MATTERS The church people of Lexington are trying to have the tatooos closed on J W Unglna subject Suoda morning will bo Confessing Christ at night Temptation Tbo ladles of too Central ChrUtla church IndlanapolU gave a rummage sale In which they cleared nearly 850t A manufacturer at Washington Ind placed a minister and achurenehoirol- his pay roll Religious services arc held In the factory dally Special Carpet Sale at FRUITTBROSMOKELAND KY On February 23rd CheapIAlso several liugge and Surreys to mako room for new stock FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Ilonen and Mule constantly on hand DC For sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Mw ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured byyl V Adam A Co alnt Lick Ky In u sure cure for horse mules afflicted with Klituh allevll Swinney bcrutcbes Saddle bolls lard and Soft Enlargements Ore any lice Distemper c For sale by W n Mcltolr- ert druggist Stanford M It tlumphre Liberty 0 M Thompson KlngaTllI A Ie Caldwell Waync burRi Dunn Mltlcdgevlllye- Ceo nUvllle Ky V It Compton II Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky Cub k Clure Turncrsvllle J II Vanhook McKIn ney H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call 5RDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICcIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices DrsSlauinPhillipOSTEOPATHISTS S WUI La In Danrllle Mondays Wtdnexlijr Ind Fridays fill ie In Stanford Tuo day Thunilayi and Sat urdaj Otfice In the Iennlngton HullJIng Stanford Ol lice hours 9 to 12 1 to r OSTEOPATHY Tlil Science originated and developed by A T Still of KlraiTllle Mo depend on the luclpletof Anatomy and 1nydology for Uire no rutting- ourgcaluperstloruanlclaims hlng aujur naluralIIoleopath11lee man an machine aha many lu adjustment When all put- reproperlyadjusted and Hot health Ie tile result Some of the disease treated Iiy us Ncrroui rostratlon Headache Neuralgia Hheuuiatlim Catarrh Weak Oranulated Lids Uoltre lean Jur and Lung lllseaun Constipation 1Ilee Eoltrgcd 1rostiate Hloiu leh aod Intestinal trouble olnts SplnalCurvatures lileloatlonaSthfJolnte aralyils Urine Locomolor AUx Disease a specialty Consultation rtes ion aiito roeta 00 w- M = H 10Veoaii Ou = 2 Lo af 1Ia 00 g II ogo ter 0 0 W a t to Qotl0 Rough Rider Hats 49c Trimmed with plain or polkadot bandstthe latcetetyle will cost ou 11 any in iillnery store t50c Table Linen 25o ill Blue and whltf rod and white and Mcream all linen table UalIulc never 11 sold ror less IliRit fide yard now 25c Heavy Gray Underwear A good heavy suit of gray underwear for men clearance prim He per ullt100 Underwear JMens fine ribbed underwear brown tnd blun closing ptlcntWc per suit they 1arc worth 1100 S fr i rtSG i r Ky all a A Nice New Clean Line oft Furniture Carpets r Mattingsl Hugs anti Wall Inpor just wcoivcd nml we ore ready to surprise you with low prices MOSEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE i f SO LOOK AT THE BARGAINS AT W W Withers STANFORD KENTUCKY and Something New ITtWILL MAKE HARD WORK EASY CALL AND SEE IT IT WILL PAY GEO H FARRIS 5 CO I Jf1ffiEg RRYE iIwi1Ie ItIY Hw nn Elegant Lino of Now CARPETS MATTINGAnd the Greatest IlustonvllleI S2OO 350 YOUh RUGS Ladies Shoes at Boys Shoed at The Former Price il 50 SOCj Mens 100 and 500 Sftocs at 150 TIt will pay you to hay them whether you need them now or not W B McROBERTS 1 DRUGGIST Freshest of 4 and Sundriesr At Lowest Prices j t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r STANFORD KY Fin IB 1001 Quit prescription work Is unsurpass PenDYsDrul PERSONALS MltsE T BBAXLFY continues very a Mits NANNIE SAUFLRY is qulto sickDn H A JONES is down with tho grip Mns JOUN J McUoiiKHTB has been f qulto sick Mn S P STAOQ of Shelby la with his wlfo hero 4JAMES D BRYAN has boon very sick t for several days O T LACKEY of St Louis has joined his wlfo hero MIss DOLLlK MclloiiKHTS Is visiting friends In Loxlngion Miss UYIIT JAMES of Crab Orchard was hero shopping Wednesday t Mns SALLIE BAILKY of Turners IIvllle Is very III of pneumonia i J T JONES has been down for the past 10 days with a severe case of grip I Cot W G WELCH moved yesterday to his rooms In the Commercial build log O J H PAltSONS S D Elmoro and R L Ooeo each have anew girl at thou bomee MRS JESSE HUSTON of the West has been tbo guest of her daugh Mrs Eunls Parley J n PAXTON entertained tho 44d and Fancy Work Club ver melylat afternoon R C WAUUBN returned yes- terdayr from Atlanta leaving hor daughter Miss Noll greatly improved- J F COOK of tho Lexington Union Stock Yards Is back from Mar ln vllle whero ho went for treatment of rhcu I matlim Miss OnonotA Irwis cashier at Higgins MoKlnnoyi had her prelt- eye lathes burned by a small coal oil explosion MitS WILL McKlNNKY of McKIn 1nay wont to Louisville Wednesday to her daughter Mrs Manloy W Ty reo who Is III Mil AND Mill JOHN W MOOIIK ICa e were with Mrs VA 1f this week Miss Lillie Mooro returns homo with them MIIT M PKNNINOTON nail Mis Amanda Hoggin came down from Mid dlesboro yesterday looking like they wero glad to get bank to Stanford Mil T UTHUB who has been In Lincoln county deco last April where f ho has made many friends moved his family back to Pendloton county Well nesday Mlts NANNIn OVBNS of the Camp Dick Hoblneon section has n severe case of grip and bar sister Mra John- S Gnodc of UuMonvlllo hat gono tot her bedside Mil W K PKKKIKS of Crab Orch ard Is In receipt of a letter from tho president of State College Laxlngton- j stating that his son Wade H Perkins who will graduate this year has made a most excellent record In college and highly compliments the young man I LOCALS Jt Fitrsn fish today W H Drady TIIK o4ertbhe a Hanan shoo I J P Jones 00000 IJIIICIC for lie J P allard Prcaohcrsillo I WILL pay Oo cash for old hens and 15c for eggs P II Davis I D D CONKL1N ofhighland has been grunted a patent on a windlass Tilt will case of etc Mr 1-111a Dawton will bo tried Tuesday inornl next ANOTIIKII big lot of Shetland Floss for circular shawls Just In J P Jones tTut iNTKitioii JOURNAL man wl bo glad to watt on you at Danville court Monday BILL WAUDIK of Highland charged with petit larceny was turned over to Jailer DoBord Tuesday FUCK Insurance a lalty Prompt ness nod fairness In Rotllcmcnts our motto Phone 82 R Mahony Agt TIIK ladles of Aimed Society of the Baptist church dcslro that It bo mad e p known that they will hold another ex change at Pennys drug storo Saturday afternoon TDEOldcgtlahu ttandote not ro t member a prettier spoil of winter j weather than this Tho sky Is clear as- a crystal and the thermometer was 23 at 30 this morning- S En1FF SEAIOr of Latch county and four deputies came dew yesterday and took back with them Lis Sol Flotnmlng and Mack Yonts 1who wero hero for safekeeping They charged with tho murder of a wid named nail taro MAQiaTRATK Mr J A Dud derar asks us to announce him as a can dldato for magistrate of this district I subject to the action of the democratic party ho la u clover B ono a firlltrato domoora and would fill the olllco with credit SPECTACLES at Craig Hockora speGostriJU4CCUMMINS k McCLAUY are receiving their spring stock of clothing It Is luimeneo Lo01cIam paying file for bona and j0BFort SAtdA Bllckonsdorfor typo writer No C in good order Mlfs Llzzlo Bright Stanford Ky 41bu THE homestead and othereffects of tbo late James Givens Bro advertised In another column for Halo Fob 23 Mil J A MdtKK theexperience fruit man of tbo Klngtvlllo scctloc Bays thin fruit Is all right up to data Tit suit of Cook vs Walton was culled M Alt Vernon yesterday and continued owing to tho physical condl lion of tbo defendant FARMERS your an sea If wcavll has not damaged it Quito a lot of wheat Is ruined before noticed J U Baughman ft Co 5S ALL persons having clalam against the citato of James GIvens arc request od to present them to mo verified for payment J B Paxton admlnlltratorItrBRUCI t BRIUHT tbo Danville hug gy and Implement men will begin next Ittunon advertisement In this paper Call on them when you go to court Monday and ago their splendid line IoYWednesday night Kid Hubert of Lou livllle knocked Conner of St Louis out In the third round Tho bout wa pulled off In tbo Maccabeo Hull In tbo presence of some 20 people lUllUlitlCAN candidates as In Hockcas tlo nro about as thick as the demo Gratia candidates are In Lincoln There ofpwould like to bo Judge while tho woods I nro full of candidates for sheriff and Jailer KNOWINU ones say lIon Den King of Moreland will bo tho ropubll can nominee for sheriff but wo have dondll t as wo year ofga VERY llttlo talk la Ins In concerning the graded school election to be held March 2d If you think will benefit Stanford tq tho extent ofgood the tax to bo levied voto for It If not voto against it Tho question is of some Importance and should bo thoroughly consideredhTil HUE Is ono lets candidate for jailer today Janice T Jones and Dink Farmer agreed to let 11 men In the Turncrsvlllo section decide their des tlnlcs and Mr Farmer got tbo majority of them and Mr Jones has withdrawn from tho taco for jailer This Is ono wayand may boa good way of decrea i log the largo number of candidates Lincoln county has SUED FOR 91000 Jnno Jeffries colored has through her attorney W E Varnon sued Thomas C Hall for 81000 damages for removing a door and t windows from thin house she rented from him and lived In Mr Balls con trains stipulate that unless rent Is ij promptly ho has the right to do as did In this case Ho has secured the best legal talent In town and will flgbt the caso for all It Is worth SUICIDED JamesIi Pugh of Pitts burg who married Miss Lottlo Dllllon suicideok at Ing Ho left an affectionate totter to his wlfo On another slip of paper was written tho following Young boys beware of tho Drat drink A pathetic feature of tho eul smIIallell a y hone and a pair of babys white gloves which articles ho had evidently purchased for his toyed ones Ho was a past chancellor Knights of Pythias laMenrigor of a largo coal company at Pitts burg and is In fine shape financially Tho deceased was about 30 rears of age Tho romaine wero brought to London yesterday morning and Interred In tho cemetery there at 10 ocock Mr Pugh was the cleverest kind of a pfriendssympathy la felt for his widow and two little daughters To My County Friends I would bo glad to visit you la your ty homes and talk with you relative toot r Whso of my of Qcc I tool that having taught eight a public schools served na trustee and soon will have served ono term as sup- crlntendent that I am qualified to servo you again I appreciate tho Interest you have manifested in school work while I haya been your eupcrln tondont and will appreciate nay assist of prlmnryMnrchJ of GARLAND SINGLETON MT VEKNON A portlou of two days nt In Mt Vernon impressed tbo that that town is making rapid des to tho forefront When wo first went there setae 15 yenta ago thero wero only four or five business houses few good residences and tbo place gen orally had the uppuaranco of u town habited by tho Rip Van Wlnklo stripe while most of them seemed to bo on Ripdidbank Is doing a splendid business oleTgent two etory residences aro while several of her business ildings would make Stanford ashamed of herself Tho magnificent business he use of flock Co Mr J T Ad ams formerly of Garrard being tho company Is filled with over 810000 worth of goods and the business this firm does would open tho eyes of some city merchants With goods upstairs and dowc they can furnish almost any thing from a corkscrew to a second hand pulpit and thou prices aro al ways right Jonas McKenzie rune a cratedvis Cox Bros W M Poynter and oth ers get their share of tbo patronage In tho general merchandise lino Two drugstores C C Davis and Tbco Wesley proprietors carry uptodate JYrcstauraoter of the town and a good ono ho Is Fritz Krueger whole just back from visit to relatives In Germany is tbo contractor of tbo town Besides build- Ing the court house and several reel rivncca at Harlan last year ho put up several substantial houses In Mu Ver n Mt Vernon has a splendid lot of beaded by Messrs C C S It G Williams ono of tho strongest legal houseea and Manager Jernes Mnret gives tbo bent service In the country Two bo tola the Joplin Houso and tbo MllVr House do a thriving business and ih r weary traveler will bo well taken cum at either place Mr J L Joplin of tho first named hostelry has spent tho 71 years of his life In Vernon Ho knows every man In th posteBd Though over threoscoro end 10 ho took tho census of hb Mt Vernon dls trlct In less than 20 days although tha boundary runs miles out in tho country Four doctors S W Davis A G Lorcll G B Lawrcno and M Pen nlngion attend the wants of the sick and right now tboy are doing a big IsIcrowds are attending dally The is light and the lawyers won t get much out of It Judge Morrow looking younger and hotter than for ears lIon hand dispensing justice in is usual able way Tho visiting at lorneys arc Judge J W Alcorn oed W H Vernon pf Stanford and Hon Fanlalnc Fox Dobbin of Crab Orcb ard Editor Albright met tbo at the depot with monoy and Dew eU tcrlbors and put him under additional obligations by substantially assisting him MATRIMONIAL Tiff Crutchfield aged 18 and Mies Mattlo McCarloy 18 wero married MrsE J McCarlcy0 Tuesday hoMr Guy Scott Warren of and Miss Katharine McCreary Bran ton daughter of Hon C J Bronston t w ere married at Lexington Tuesday hoJesse R Routt and Miss Lucy Tucker both of tbo West End will drive to Liberty on tho 20th and be made husband and wlfo Wo extend congratulations In advance G W Ruparts and Miss Laura Cun dlff both of tho Dunnvillo section of Casey wero married at tbo Palaco Ho tol in Lexington Wednesday Rev Montgomery of Kentucky performed tbo ceremony As Intimated In our lust Issue tor Lincoln county hearts wero made two Tuesday Thoy were Miss Bcttlo Poiv of Hustonvlllo and Mr Rlltla H Murphy of this place and Miss Maymo Wheeler and Mr Burdett Powell both of Hustonvlllo Elder John S Shouee of Lexington said tbo ceremony In that olty and a few hour ter the drat named couple nccompa by Atlas Nolllo Murphy toot a speeding on their way to Now Orleans Mr and Mrs Powell spent a short whllo In Lexington and returned to Huatonvlllo wboro a warm welcomo was given them Miss Nolllo Murphy will go on to Sherman Texas from Now Orleans and Mr and Mrs Mur will return to his splendid horn hero after enjoying MardI Gras and seeing tho sights of tho Crescent City Mr Murpbya brldo la tbo hand some daughter of Mr and Mrs E S Powell and IB as popular as sbo is prct and accomplished Mr Powells brldo Is a nloco of Mr and Mrs Chins heeler und oco of tho belles of her which is noted for good looking women Both of rho young ladles have host of admirers somo of whom must feel a bit envious of thogontlomen who havo won them Tho grooms are among Lincoln countys best citizens and bus Incas men and their legion of frIends congratulate them on gaining as help- meets two such charming women Both the gentlemen Bro intlmato friends tho writer who realizes his Inublll theyde MT VERNON T B Lilr was thrown by a mulo Wednesday and In the fall his arm was brokenGeorgo Frederick says 10 men and jailerlaIndependent telephone Interests are making rapid strides in Kentucky aa well as all over tho country Circuit court began hero Monday A ood crowd was In town the Urst day hero was not a murder teen on the docket when court opened It seemed that overy man and boy In tbo county had a horse hero Monday for solo or swap varying from u thoroughbred to a bundle of dance held to gether by rawhide Wllllo Henderson eldest son of Da vid Henderson riled Thursday morning after a weeks Illness of pnaumonta To was an exemplary young man sod his early death causes universal sym pathy for tbo family In accordance to tho law requiring dlota that aro State charges to bo wrought baforo a circuit judge onco every five year several wero presented before Judge Morrow They wore a pitiful sight to look upon Ono boy of 18 hoe never walked a step nor spoken a wordRepublican candidates are getting numerous For county judge there aro lance Fish W T Short A N Dently AaHammonds and S L Durham For sheriff G S Grlfllu Andrew Baker Granville Clark and H L Tate County attorney L W Betburum Jailer E T Hansel W M Baker J R Gat lilt Win McKinney J W Parsons and It D Cook Jr For county clerk M C Miller Boglo Phillips and Rus sell Dllllon For assessor J W Klr by J L Rash S B Romeey kc c Dr Ewers of this place preached the funeral of J II Pugb at London yesterday S D Lowle went to Ty none Wednesday Mr and Mrs Fritz Krueger arrived from Germany where ttiiyipent seven pleasant weeks with relatives In the Fatherland Railroad Plttaburgarunning depot and wires Charles Hen derson Is In Knox county delivering maps nod has not beard of his broth ers death which occurred Thursday morning Mr W P Walton paid his first visit to this placo Wed4cad- nyEXECUTORS SALE OF LAND As Executor of James Glvons I will on SATURDAY FEB 23 gal Beginning at 10 oclock a m at lilt late publiclylato homestead of OIK acres of well im proved land 1H wiles tram Stanford con talolo a two etorP residence otherlmprnvomentknob land Tho homestead will bo void for onethird cash lu hand balance In ono and InlcrostIwhen terms of tho sale are with and ot thin residence April 1st Eighteen rhobtar tho present year The knob land will be sold tor cah J 1AXTOX Executor of James Olvens Sale of Personalty AiJculnlilratorofJ K Wright ISfdII will on4tThursday Fob 21st 1901 agedImule mrllnK Illlr well bred trtih vow and fewhoghouweIIdaleJlM DRIII Admr In tho District Court ot tho United States DaukruptcyInOn this tho tech day of February A D tUOtonconsldurfogthopotltlonofthoatorwsaid lilt day of February A D 1001 It Is ordered by court that a hearing bo had hebruarpYrIn said district at 10 oclock In tho foro andtrIn tho INTBIIIOII JOURNAL a nowspipor printed In said district and that nil known matmcause If any they have tho of- saldpetltianorehouldaotbograated Witness tho Honorable Evans Judgo of Bald court and the seal thereof at Frank fort in said district on tho I3th day of Fob ruary A D 1001 W 0 CHAPMAN Clerk aP1AN0 FOR SALE- A Flno Upright Cabinet Orand 1lano at a bargain Apply at this olllco TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN bymOliver Chilled Plow as tho Dcorlng Hinder Is OOWANJ8 M OWENS A 3 PRICE jDontist Stanford Ky OfflceOTP McKoberta Drug Store in the Owiley UnlltUD Ra A JONES DENTIST Stanford UyI Office over Ilipgina de McKlnnoys Slor Telephone o 3Clearance Sale I Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky I invlto you to the SPECIAL SALE during the month of February This means money saved to yon See our centre table loaded with S250 SHOES AT 50C PAIRMens Shoes worth up to 500 going nt7bc a pair oilCalicoesAsk to gee our mens shirts at half pricec151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 ThisisManygoodsreduce our stock in the next 30 days to mnko room for spring goods Wild For The Next Ten Days Sale In order to make room for our Spring Stock we willmako A FEW SPECIAL OFFERS 135Mens f2 now 74c Mens underwear worth cents now 23 cents Mens fine suits worth 1750 now iUiS Boyss Caps worth 50 cents now 10 cents Mens tine pants worth 8160 now cents Jeans panls at 48c calicoes at 4 cents A lot of line kid scutorThe Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Gfnaburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank rFCl JI rHJulo il 1 6 1f9e t W t Another Opportunity 1 l sJt To save money These are new up to date goods the cream of our 1 yfagoadse 4r w =a liens Cordivan reduced from 430 to37e Mens Enamel Calf reduced from 460 to375 T 2sel6 Mens Valour Calf reduced from 375 to275If Mens Box Calf reduced from 350 to275 f F Mens Enamel Colt Skin reduced 350 to275li- ens 1cHigh LandCalf reduced from 3 toS225 Ladies Ultra reduced from 350 to 275yte 10 O The above goods are all welt and extended soles and carry the same + 1 ti rgUllranlee as with former prices SPOT CASH REMEMBER3- t H J McROBERTS fI t aK Il cu1ta e h ta yes 0 kslkt tyks + tl Vr ss oh t5 I ftifoiiJ1Ii trrt iJCJi jf f431l Underwear Sale 11 AVe want to closo out our underwear stock before the season is over und in order to do thiwe know the prices must be au inducement to buy Mens Womens and Childrens rG AT A GREAT MJ 1 We have some extra good warm garments for boys worth 50 cents closing price 35c Misses S GhiMs Union Suits Nice quality to close at 20 cents Any garment in this house will now go ut a great reduction See there and you will bo i induced to buy even if you dont need them now f JOHN P JONES Stanford I M 1 MMM AA M Y uA M- Wf Jffil lim ar Wo Have Just Placed on Salo Ten Dozen ti1 ay ra ILady Corsets P hey fit perfectly becati o each style Isis designed from II living model to suit lexactly a particular kind of figure 4v splendidi Ie on g and for the reason that the materials used in their construction aro the best of each kind obtainable I One Dollar to Five Dollars a Pair f SEVERANCE SONSpKOpposite Courthouse t1L l ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL rubllnrA aTurSwyr Andr dvw4- T 1 PER YEAR CASW- When not opitdmaOO will beeaarg i Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford a eeondclau matter KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train going NorthHM 1189 a m 2II a MHM 211 1 31 II South Ht2 m 2j n i U 62 I m For alltPolnts t KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No IJ ArrrbeeetStanfordat 105 tf No 21 Learn Stanford it 210 u He 21 ArriretatlUwlandat 1200 DAY NoZZ Laves Stanford at 230 r QUEEN CRESCENT Tralnt going South poJunction CUr No1 Inot atop No 31180 PM 1122 INo tIIM r Going South No 2ecnOAtopNo 35 No6 121 r x FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Trains leare Frankfort t6M AM 340 p I anl at with the Q A hetumlngteueParhattJ3OAxand5r- xreachingFYankforlailer Q A C trains at 1120 AM 710r x ems 915r The Utter train leararor Ge rrtown it7J3p X a JR NEWTON U1A HRODHEAD Tho young men and boye acquitted themselves well last Friday night In their debate Miss Sallta Purcell who has been visiting relatives and Moods at Lancaster for the last week has returned home and is back behind the couoter at her old stand XMrs John Peace who died at CIn- cinnati Friday night was brought to Brodhcad Saturday night and burled at the Methodist church Sunday Hev Ragln ofllclated at the church Mrs Pence was a Christian lady of the big ct typo Mr Alex Tyrce was taken suddenly ill last Sunday but la some better Miss Delpha Collyer who has been In school at Mt Vernon U at homo this week sick but she Is improving som Miss Amy Pike came down Vernon Sunday last Saturday and reLurnedI Messrs Wm Francisco R Ben Yaden John Roberts Thomj Baker J Thomas Cherrv J W Tate and wife and others have assisted InI making the crowd at Mt Vernon th week Mrs Mary Collyer Mrs G W Tharpe Mra James Baker Robes Wilmot and others are sick Our old friend Uncle Joebua Dunn seems to enjoy the discussions the boys hsve gotten up Such men help much by their presence to encourage the young men The writer mot the editor of tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL in Mt Verno Wednesday We hope all our peopl wilt take hU paper the next year for It will do much to purify the homes of all who read It for It is filled with good wholesome sound doctrine and If our people would all read It we would hay a better citizenship Arthur Oweos whose home was In this county but who at the presen time was running a barbershop at Lebanon Junction died last week at tha place after a short Illness ills remain wero brought by his uncle G S Grit fin to Maretsburg for burial but he was taken on to Livingston and places in charge of the Maccabees who toot control of his body and ofllclated at hit burial Young Owens was a member of the Livingston Lodge Qe was a Rood boy and had many friends and was beloved by all who knew him He has u large train of relations In this code ty He was a grandson of old Uncle Ashley Owen who Is now very feeble Uncle Ashley Owens was when young cr a very noted man In this county Bo served our people eight years as sheriff and as deputy sheriff for awhile He was magistrate for a few years and bas been police judge at Livingston forI a number of years As an executive officer no man was ever more successful than he He never failed to execute any paper when placed in his hands life name was enough to cower and In timldate the most daring and desperate found among the lawless Uncle Ash ley was born Jan 15 1810 and war married to Miss Angellne Mulllns sis tel of Champ Mulllns late of Living eton in 1840 and to their union was born 12 children eight o whom are living They have 50 grand children and 52 great grand children As he Blood over the dead body of his grand son and as wo watched his hands trem bio be turned to the writer and said my race is about run the silver cor will soon bo broken the pitcher will be broken at the fountain And us we looked upon this good old man In his grief and tears we sets the pro prioty of what Solomon the wise mat said as he addressed himself to the young Remember thy Creator In the days of thy youth while the evil days come not nor the years draw nigh when thou shall say I have no pleasure- in t emtI DEAFNESS CANNOT III CURED iie Utalappllcalion as they cinnotrerch the dllby of ear There II only one way to bjr constitutional reme diedUafuewtiWtsedsb au Inflamed cunditloi EuaUchUn Tubotheof the umcoua tube u Inflamed have a rtimbllriWhen IhU Imperfect bearing and wb n It la entirely sound or tbe IntUiu eloswl deifnew result ami unless matron can be taken out sad thin tube restored to will be destroyed renditionIra normal T 04 UrtoTwhleh is c coLing butenalnfammied condl Zion of the uiucooa aurfacta hundred dollar for any cue of W wilt give one dearness csuaedby o tarrh that cannot be cured halls tlatarrh Litre Send for rlrpillara free by F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O a C lJllhvsmuyPillauethebest t HH The ocean tonnage of all nations ago Bregates about 30000000 tons About 1000000 tons ol it la American The Fryo bill proposes to pay subsidies of 89000000 a year ostensibly to aid American shipping This la twice BS much as the yearly ship subsidy payments of all tbo other nations put to gather And yet they own among them 20 times as much ocean shipping ua the United States m BlOOD OOISON IIf pox cicr contracted nay blood dlseat you arc n vcr Mf utlcss the virus or zyItomst uitdln hopes co nerlous resnll will lollow Jlavoyonnnsofthefolloo ingbyt1ptome7 Sore Throat Ulcerao the Tongue or In the route llalr IaUln Out Achlntr PalBi Itchlnc a of the Skh Sores or J lotcLi oa the Body Kyes Red eta Hunt Dyrepllc Stomach Sexus- WoikiiMS ludlcatlons of the sewn stage VtIot trust to lock Dont ruin year Kyttmu with tho old fogy treatmcn mercury and potash wllich only sap prptsoa the slUptoma forl time only to b euroutegatnwhen happy In domestl I li fc Dont lot quark experiment on yon Our Nci Method Treatment la guarar teed to caro you Our guarantees arc b3cl ed ty bank bonds that the dli ease will never return Thousand of- pticnh havo been already cured by our New fletnttj Treatment for over twent- Fu rlsleaot 1 Gear CJloOUmenttnoup cure Tbe wprFteaOe rwllrlted We treat and cur Nervous Debility Sexual Weakneaa OIoet Itlood Poison Stricture Varlcoctle Kldnoy and Bladder Diseases and al cutasco peculiar to men and women CURES GUARANTEED Corjultatlon Free Books Free If anablp to call write for qucjUoa blanl for home treatment s DRS- KENNEDYr dal KERGAN 528 Walnut Straot CINCINNATI OHIO r Zall For Senatorial Copvc tlops At a meeting of tho Democratic xecutlle ommlttco for tho 18th senatorial dhtrlct of Kentucky held In Stanford Ky on- Monday tho 11th day of February 1001 for tbe purpose of determining the time nnd saucer of nominating a democratic cam late for Senator for said district to be otod for at the November election 1001 all the taemoen of said committee being resent the following call for a Senator ilstrict convention was ordered- It wee ordered that precinct meetings In ach and voting In tho countieA of Lincoln IlovlJ Oarrard and Casey be beld on the 6th day of Apr llreclnctImeet at counties on Monday the 8th day of April 1001 at oclock pm and tho delegates 10 selected attheso meetings appoint aud name the delegates that their counties are entitled to In the enatorlal District Convention to bo held In tanford Ky on Thursday the 11th day of April 1001 Said convention shall be called to order at 12 oclock of that day The basis of representation in these pn clnct meetings shall ono delegate Tote- lor each 100 votes and fraction over cast lor the head of the democratic Elector ticket at tho Presidential election 100 rovlded however if any precinct cast len than than SO votes for the head of tbe democratic electoral ticket at said eloctloi tbat precinct shall be entitled to one dolt gnte in thesald convention The basis of the representation In tbe SenatorIal District Convention shall bo ooe delegate voto for each 00 votes and frat tlon over 100 cast for the head of the Democratic Electoral Ticket at the November ectlon1000To Convention held on tho respecUveIlyeclncta LINCOlN COUNTY Stanford No 172 votes 2 delegate 2 139 1 3 COto 2 Ill iMtonvlllc O1 309 2 2 169to 2 3 2 ayne burg 1C7 2 2 US 1 3 88 1IICcb Orchard 166 S a 2 14 2 UOYLK COUNTY Danville No i 126 votes delegates 2 80 1 P 103to53 1toirryvllle 1T9 2II2 137 1I1ltchellsburgI 77 f trkivlllo 4 131 2 Leb1non Pike S 130 1 lakrrtown 123 Stanford pike 7 71 tlbyClty 10 111 1 inctlon City 11 US 2 HoJlog Pork 12 HtoGAHHAHD COUTY Conrt House 174 votes 2 delegate Eust Park 219to 2sWest Park 131 1 East Ilryantsvllle 132 2toWest IlryunUvllle 1SS 3 ackeyc 00 1 Walkers School louse 07 litU- nion 129 I t lalnt Lick 133 CASEYCOUKTY North Liberty NO1 n9 votes t delegate touth Liberty l iiS i Tates 3 t23 i Oasers Creek 2n 2 g Fork 5 132 i innlllo 0 i Llttlo South 7 117 i Iddlvburg 190 2 yaOreeK 0 Ota t mklus II I3 t For the head of tho Democratic Electoral Ticket at the November election 1900 tbo cuuotlC8 of the district cast the followln 1S80 votes entitled to 0 delegate 1I0yle I56S votes entitled to 8 dnlegute O rrard I3i5 votes entitled to 7 delegate Oasev 1302 votes entitled to 7 delegate The county committeeman for each votlni Ireclnct will call the precinct meeting to- order as chairman of the meeting and will- soe to It that the delegates selected to the- county convention are properly accredit and as delegates to the county convention by the secretary of the meeting All persons who will possess the legal quell ficntloos of voters at thin November election IDOl and who uro democrats have a rIght- and aro invited to participate In these pro- clnct meetings It was further ordered that the action of- the executive committee for this Senatorial District bo published In the Danvlllo News intucky Advocate Central Record hITE- lUon JOURNAL and the Lincoln Democrat and that 50 hand bills of the action of this committee be printed and sent to the Ohalrmn of the Casey County Committee and at every voting loco In the lutyR 0 WARUEN iSth Senatorial Dist ewvr r County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For Sheriff- T J HILL- J M CARTER Sr M S BAUGHMAN GEO S CARPENTER- G C BAKER For Jailer DINK FARMER GEO A EUBANKS GEORGE W DeBORD- E D KENNEDY- W HERRIN- J H RAINES JOHN C PEPPLES For Assessor CHARLES L CROW GUS McCORMACK THALES H WRIGHT WM LANDGRAF SAMUEL M OWENS JOE T EMBRY M G REYNOLDS CHARLES L DAWES- J C McWHORTER For Representative ANDREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH School J Su pcrintcndcnt MISS ANNIE McKINNEY GARLAND SINGLETON Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLARD incoln County National Bank Capital titockIf 100000- cceator toThe Farmers Bank A Tnut Compaq and under came management ouily for ft Yean Solicits Your Ban Account oping such biulnma rclatlona will prove mutes If beneficial and pleat D1IUCTOIIS r JJ VU1leml JSOUeSrJN A W Carpenter w14 Cuminlni J E 3IISbaaka J K Cub J B Uwalcr OFFICERS S IL J IlOwaleyCaahIfr W M Url bt Aatt Ouultr Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable residence ot ten room ueceisary outbuildings Inoludtn Ice house and with loge garden at tllched The property Is centrally locate In Hustonvlllc raven at once Jor terms apply to Mlw IL V Logan Ilu invllle or LutonU Ky TWO FARMS FOR SALES taring decided to change mr rocatlon I wl1- prtT nif farm on which live 34 of IUlle from Crab Orvba d Ky This farm It lIoe lod In good slate ot cultlratlon 10 acres ot rlrer bottOIll und that It flue corn and lueadow Tani balanre 80 acres It upland sod well adopted to rorn wbeat blue grass mod all other crops A rlrk relllng of 8 rooint and cellar a well tplenill water at the door two good tenement oUILulJdlOPIwithtock wa er make thit meat tbll end of the county Alto a farm of about acms Mile from Crab Orchard Kyonanruteralreetoppahe the tt mous Crab Orchard grass with large stock barn end an abundance of water wllb sot the finest building sites In the neighborhood Uta a nice cottage In Stanford Ky on lances ter street wilts cistern attached riurlbe Particulars all ou orarjdrn It H JJIIO AUOI1 Crab Orchard Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY pUl Block 1100000 Sutrplas176886Ih- lslaitiutionorigWallyestablbhed u the i1t13anknflienfordln1835then reorgaaltod ths National Hank of Stanford In IBM anJagaL rganlied utbe Flnt National Hank of Stanfon n 832 ha had practically uninterrupted exist refovtt years It U better supplied now wit tacUltl81 for transacting builneta promptly and t erall1thn ever before In Its long and honoiab urear Accounts at IndltMutli Ududarlet and IIIdhldna 10Ucited OIRSCTOt- SBeldiancolnCoF JW Harden Stanfo- rrUarrliB S11 BaughMan J S Rocker II Tr HII- 1wr Walton W A TrlbbU JU ColllerCrab Orchd M J Miller MlVtrnoa- DEImorM 8tanford onlcaas J S Hoc or Freald nt J J McHoberta Cashle 01C FOR SALE 1 A Chance of A Life Time My Entire Stock of General Merchandise Storc House and Lot t For Sale or will sell my stock and rontstoru house and lot lest stand In Lincoln Oo I V STEELS IIusTO viur KT NEW LIVERY STABLES W BURKE k amlrors JUNCTION CITV KY tJntClas Turnouts at Kcaaonalilo Rates Hj cclil Attention to Traveling Men Oruln and Hay For Sale Farmers Roller Mills STANFGBD EY Morris 3Trod Pror l have bought the Carter Straub till In tho west end of Stanford and am supplying It with now machinery of tbo most modern tuuko In about two weeks I will bo ready to supply tbo public with the boat of Flour MOll Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc Having bad dealings with a great many Lincoln county people white I ran urn Ex change In Stuufood I feel that they know enough about my hon atronageFullwedght tl nat atof and tho very limit will bo my motto will adhere strictly to It I need your pa trouago and sincerely hopo to merit and receive It Remember the Place Carter tt Straubs old mill MORRIS FRED Stanford J+ G+ MCGbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalcsr In HAB1TE33 SADDLES ft0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY 5 HAYST- 7NDEHTASEBS DKALKM IX Furniture MatUnJsRugs And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furniture for al- kinds of Stock Give them a call Irlces right STANFORD KENTUCKY To Trie Democrats or Llrcoli County At a meeting of the Itcmoonitlc Count Committee held In Stanford Ky on Mon day Jan 11 1901 the following resolutions wore adopted ordering a primary loctlo to be held on Saturday the 16th day of March to nominate democratic candl dates for county ofilce to be votel for at the November election UESOLVKU let That a primary election be held In the viirloiu voting precincts In Lincoln county on Saturday day of March next between the hours of C a m and 4pm for tho purpose of nominating candidates for the following ofllccs to vo voted for at tho regular November election 1001 to wIt Couuty Judge County Clerk Attorney Sheriff Jailor County Superintendent School County Surveyor Assessor for ttio Coroner Jnntlcnof the Peace and Constable In each of tho four magisterial district ol Lincoln count ItrgoLVEDd That each person desiring to become a candidate at said primary elec tion for any of the olllcea hereinbefore named shall on or before 13 oclock noon en the lat day ot Marcie 1001 notify the Chairman of the County Committee of hU intention to bccoma a candidate and pay to tho Treasurer of this committee the full amount of tbo assessment required of ouch candidate to defray the necessary and and expense of holding said prima ry electionIIBSOIVED3d That at nwl primary election nil permit pos essiny the ntceuary legal ijualijications of votert who are detno crate and in honor totted to support the nominea tllereof retlwet to any questions about which democrats hare differed in State or national polities are cordially inriledareexlxrled and are en titled to vote in said primary election KKSOLVEDm all minor who are democrats ana who trill become of age before the November election 1301 ana pro e to support the nominees thereof are- entitled to rote said primary election ItcsoLVEli fills That each candidate for tho following unseen shall pay tho following amount In to have his name printed upon the billuUand to be voted for at primary election County Judge elo 00 Sheriff 35 00 County Attorney 40 00 County Clerk 1000 bounty Superintendent of schooln 40 00 Assessor 20 00 Jailer IS Representative for the 1100 ltssotvaDOilThat said primary election shall be held under anti conducted strict itccordanco with the laws of this Commonwealth regulating and controlling the eon duct of primary elections W nuiicn n 0 WAIIIIIM Secretary Chairman 0000000000 000 000000000000000000 iNEW FIRMo I r I luulncss to 0buggy and implement Ha lDR sold a my Mr A M 1encethe new htialncM be under 0 0thofirm uamo of CJ iEfE 0 GMO1 + o 0We will keep In stock at all times a handsome lIno or 0f1 Buggies carriages Harness 1 0 Also Farming Implement In addition wo wll1 humUo all kinds of 1 0grain Cow Oats etc hoping you will favor the now 0 firm with your Ilutrouagol remain lloapt YOUrI0 W A CAIIS- ON0000000000t w o OJon0000000000000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooof g Brokers o o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky S 0 o o Stocks Bonds Cotton Graino Provisions and Investment o 0Securities Bought and Soldo 0o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o g executed go Bank and Commercial KofcrcncM Long DUtanto Telephone 510 0 00 iQOQOQQOOQQOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S Just Received I fJ A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF HAMBURG EDGINGS 11r1 1aEa PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresh Anti you bate a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call Anti see uscI W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street 0 Vo Have a Full LIne of i Ledgers Jour a1sjDay and Gash Books For the NcwjYear Good Goodi t Low Prices h Pennys Drug Store i ISOL2 The Southern mutual investment DO OF LEXINGTON KY JNS1rEANCE R= vERSES i lYe pay while you livcuOlel Lino Companies pay when you die Which do you prefer Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surpluss00000 Paid in Maturities in September Further particulars apply to J 0 Bailey or John G Aus tint Special Agent Bradfordsville Ky t Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Music Art andElocution- Excellent ScienceIBoarding Department Write for Catalogue MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY Pres t s Ja A ALLEN Contractors And COISTANFORD KY have now a complete tockof nalldlng Material Yellow Sash Uligds and Dressed and Rosgh Lumber eutt Posts dtc3Wo make ostlmltesou anyklndot work wanted Officeopposlte1Dr L D Cooks e r