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JJJW SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 5 1901 9 A M N02 J r LANCASTER Some of tbo thriftiest farmer arc through plowing their corn land AID Fields Minstrels will nil an engagement at tho GarrarU Opera IJoueo on parch 20 James Clark ttio tobacconist bought F Rays crop at Co per pound nod Frank Lands at 41o JC Hcmpblll say flint outing flan noli will bo ooo of tho leading fade for rgentlemen tblt spring has bought out tbo livery itablo of W IL Burton and will keep up trio business In first cine style Tho Senior Croklnolo Club will meet noxt Friday evening with Mrs E C Galne at thu homo of Mrs J A Roys ton Tbo Social and Industrial Club will moot this afternoon with Misses Kato nod Lillian ICInnalrd on Ditnvlltn Ave nueYou will bo turprUed when you leo tbo new spring suit that J C Hemp bill will make to your measure for 110 Tho C W B M Auxiliary has changed lit time of meeting from tbo lit Monday to tbo lit Wednesday of ovary montb Dr J L McKee s back from his lecture trip to Oxford Ot nod filled hit pulpit Sunday morning and evening at I tho Presbyterian church V Miss Dove Harris loaves this week for the cities and on her return will open a new millinery otlablltbment In one of tho storerooms of the Garrard Hotel block Mlu Lena Urlght continue quite J Flceco Robinson Sr who has boon oo a decline for several years hat beenc r considerably worse within the last wcek H M Usllou It also on the sick t list Mrs O D Traylor of Gilbert Creek was ooo of tbo winners In the prise story contest offered In tho Sun day Courier Journal of Fob 21 She le ono of tho 18 sharers of the f7S Award K you do not know what you need In the way of a spring Butt J 0 Hemp hill can aislit you In making a icleot ttoo as ho takes a monthly fashion journal that keep bite potted about the styles The boo firm of Logan Uoblnton dissolved on the lit and G D Robin son will return to a farmer life and tII SL Logan will continue the shoo t and clothing business with John F Lear at a newly acquired assistant Vies Mary K Albright and J D Gantry both of Lincoln came over to this on Friday afternoon and were 1joined In tbo holy bonds of wedlock at the Mason Hotel Elder A R Moore iJofthe Christian church olltolatlng i The farmers In some portion of the county aro not finding sheep ralaing as profitable as usual Tbo long drouth of last fall and the few rains of the winter have resulted In llltla or no grass oo which to graze tho sheep and furnishing them with tho necessary feed has become a dllllcult problem Lancaster hat no local merchant tal or but J C peraphlll hu the exolu t alvo agency for The Royal Tailors off Chicago who guarantee their work to equal that of any local tailor In the r United State and their samples aro now ready for Inspection Leave your measure and bo convinced that this la f true II Clay Sutton has a wonderfully graphic article In tho Louisville Times of Saturday on u rarely strange me teorlc atone found by Dr n I Walter while on a leisurely suburban stroll last week Tbo piece of rook Is thought to bo a fragmooiof meteor which some claim to have seen pass over tho city about the let of December Doth stock and drinking water U be coming scarce In some parts of tbo ttr county A number of cisterns in tbo community have failed and the Dry nntsvlllu and Buuna Vista vicinities are scarce of water for sheep and cat tic Tbo long drouth of last fall and the few rains of the winter season havo caused this unusual lack at this tlmo of yearMrs S C Henderson of tho Paint Lick vicinity was found dead In bed by her daughter on last Friday morning pmshe had had no spell of sickness nor had not oven been complaining and her death was a great shock to relatives and friends Her husband Crutch Henderson as bo was familiarly called died last May Mrs Henderson was about 60 years old and leaves two daughters Joo Faulconor Jr left the first of tho week for Wilmington 0 whore ho hoe the oiler of a clerkship with Gallup Co a largo carpet firm of that city Miss Nellie Hackney left Saturday for Loudon to attend the fu neral of her aunt Mrs W H Thomp son who died at that place on Friday after a long and patient suffering Rel atives of this city bavo received letter from Mr and Mrs H P Noland who did not locate in a contiguous Stato ask they somewhat contemplated but havo wended their way to tho far Northwest and havo already arrived In the their 1 InglPaoIUc port of Seattle Wash I Mrs Dr W R Durnstdo and dough Ill1cet8jofMrs W H Klnoalrd received a umImoos Sunday to tbo bedside of Lackey who le quite ill Mr and Mrs J S Haughmun who recently sold their homo On tho Richmond road Mr Duncan Goodloe will remove atl Iftherelatives and friends regret very much to see theme leavo Garrard Mss Chris tine Bradley leaves with bar father this week for a trip to Missouri Mrs J Roe Young and children have gone to join her husband who bas located In Chicago LAND STOCKi CROPS ETC Thomas Moteal f taught of Samuel Duddcrar 25 shunts at 4o Lutes Si Co Bought of James Coul ter CO owes and lambs at ti J n Foster bought of Willis Lo gan a bunch of 100pound shoals at 4Jc Wrn Hamilton bought of D W C Armstrong a combined horse for 8100 Forcntu Reids 12 horses brought S20170 at Smiley sale In Lexington Five hundred bales of Timothy hay or sale J S Osley Sr Stanford KyI will sell publicly next Monday court day a twohorso wagon and har ness John Brackett J A Wood of Garrard sold 300 sheep at 3 to 3c and bought 11 cattlo at 125 and a bunch of yearlings at S20 Thomas W Lawson owner of Doral ma 209 wants to match that horse against any In the country for 110000 a side Golddust horses topped tbo market and attracted admiration at Smlloys Lexington sale last week averaging over 8200- George A Peyton has rented of Mu S W Glvons the James Given place on Danville Avenue for the balance of the year for 8150 At a Hereford talc at Omaba4i bulls and females averaged 110000 and at Fort Worth Texas 05 averaged f217 1C 33 8217 50 ann 37 8182 IS The Agricultural Department li now exploiting the Angora goat us n source of great puaeiblo profit to the American farmer and wo may expect to see the Angora goat craze follow the Belgian tiara craze T M Berry sold to J A Smith of Warren county threo of tbo highest priced mules that have been sold In Barren county for the past five or 10 years They were over 10 bands high six years old and brought 8175 W C Carpenter says ho has botight over 200 hogs for March and April delivery at prices ranging from 4 85 to 15 Ho seems to be very confident of the continued advancement In the prices of hogs Harrodsburg Democrat At Bright k Cos jack salo at Dan villa 28 brought 8S117CO an average of 8290 Prince Napoleon brought tbo best price 1715 I S Tovls bought ono for 81CO R L Hubble ono for 1200 nod ono for 8210 W W Lyon Co ono for 8315 James L Hamilton of Lancaster bought two for 9510 APIn a Mobcrly for manly of Garrard but now of Angola Kansas that gentleman says Crops generally aro good and wheat Is look Ing splendidly We have bad the fin ed winter I over saw We graze wheat all the winter and all classes of stock aro tat Very little rain und no snow have fallen We live just four miles from the Indian Territory and for a poor mans country this cant bo beat Corn Is worth J5o a bushel wheat to 70c oats 2Jc Mr Moburly winds up his letter by dropping In a 2rvllllamI and promising us uu Indian squaw Dr John B Murphy of Chicago has brought suit against the estate of the lato Senator Cusbman Davis for 82 000 being at the rato of 140 for each of two consulting visits This would seem extortionate but when considered In connection with tho fact that the lato Senator was himself a stiff charg er for professional services It Is very cbnrlIylco and when tho bill was demurred to threatened to ralso it to 200000 The victim paid Louisville TimesI giveChamberlains not cost you a cent if It docs no good One application will relieve the pain Italso cures sprains and bruises in ouo third the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qulnsey pains in the side and chest glandula and other upplylngEveryFor sale by Jralg h Hockor Druggists Fire broko out In Moglonoa clothing storo In the Phojnlx Hotel Saturday midnight and caused besides a loss of 25000 or more great consternation among the 100 or moro guests Fortu nately no ono was seriously hurt but many woro prostrated by tbo smoke and had tp be carried from the build lag IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Wm Hlslos residence near Waco Madison county burned Ho bad 81200 Adams store at Panola Madison county burned Loss 81000 no Insurance Mrs Patty Henderson of Paint Lick was found dead In her bed Thursday morning by her daughter Travis Brown aged 14 was given a lire sentence at Albany for the murder of Culla Jones a young girl Mrs Margaret Risk wife of Wm Risk died suddenly of hemorrhage oi the lungs In Madison county aged 60 Mrs Caroline Thompson widow of Wm U Thompson Is dead at London aged 82 A widowed daughter sur vivesStanton II Thorpe father of Circuit Clerk Thorpe of Madison died very suddenly at his home at Waco while sltllrig In a chair Dr Adolpbus Goldstein tho well known optician of Louisville is dead Ho was the father of the young optl clans who visit Stanford C J Me Lear proprietor of tbo Catching Hotel at London has sold bis contract to clover Harvey Steele who will keep up tbo former good repute tine of the hostelry Flro destroyed F L Wallms drug store at Nlcbolasvillo and damaged the post olllco and Jako shears barber shop Mr Wallin was formerly a druggist at Crab Orchard Moron Brucos house and barn in Boyle were destroyed by fire as tbo re suit of burning knobs The Cumberland Presbyterian church not far from Parksvlilo was slightly damaged Mrs Joseph K Leo died alhorbome Maryland near Danville She was a daughter of Hon Joshua F Boll one of Kentucky great men und a sister of Mall Tranfer Agent Thomas K Dell at Junction City Sixteen hundred dollars worth of baled straw belonging to the American Strawboaril n Circlovllle Owas de stroyed by fire at Brannon on tbo Cin cinnati Southern It Is supposed to have caught from tbo sparks of a passing train Sirs Ben S Me EI roy of Marlon died suddenly Thursday night of heart failure Sbo was at the bedside of her oldest daughter Elizabeth aged 17 who has been dangerously sick for sev eral months when the summons came The death of her mother was too great a shock fortho sick daughter and she Idled the next afternoon TWICE PROVEN Vindicator Ruthcrfonlton N C The editor of the Vindicator hos had occasion to test the efficacy of Chamber lalns Pain Balm twice with the most re markable results In each case Pint wth rheumatism In the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for 10 days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Halm rubbing the parts aflllcted and realizing Instant benefit and entire re hot in a very short time Second In rheu matism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and get up free from peaFor sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists HU Cooper and Helm Declared Nom- Inees By order of tho Democratic Exeou tive Committee of Lincoln county Goo B Cooper candidate for tho ofllco of county court clerk and Harvey Helm candidate for the ofllce of county attor ney are now respectively declared the nominees of tbo democratic party for said oDiccs at the November election 1001 and their named ordered to be placed under the democratic device on the democratic ticket R C WARREN chmn W S IlUROli seoy To The Democratic Voters of Stanford District NpM I am a candidate fur magistrate subject to the action of the democratic party I bavo always voted the straight domooratto ticket worked as hard for the Interest of the party us any other man but If you believe either of my opponents Is more suitable or better qualified than I am voto for thorn if not vote for mo and I will do everything for the Interest of the county In my power Your voto will bo greatly appreciated C S ROGERS CHURCH MATTERS Rev A S Motion Is holding a revival at Elizabethtown The Rev William A Solvely one of the bestknown ministers of the Epis copal Church died in Louisville Bro JA Crouch the beloved pas tor ul Stanford called at our oHico last week He Is one of our best pastors and preachers and wo are always pleased to see him Bupllpt Recorder A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists CRAB ORCHARD M J Harris shipping quite a lot of corn and bay to tbo mountains Tho prlngs grounds and buildings aro improving very much under Mana ger Willis direction P M Condor shipped several car load of Walnut timber to the Norman Lumber Co at Louisville the poet weekOur town Is seriously aflllcted at pres ent There are about 20 persons suffering from measles All the afflicted are doing well at present and expect to bo up In a short time Dr J S Stapp Is in a critical condi Lion and his daughter Mrs William Watkins of Campbellsburg Is at his bedside assisting her mother in making him as comfortable as possible Mies Lou Mlddloton Is again in Crab Orch ard having returned from her sisters In Rockcastlo She is still helpless from rheumatism Mrs Kittle King went to Louisville Sunday to buy new millinery goods John Turnbull went to Pine Bluff Ark Sunday whore bo has a suit In court Before returning home ha will prospect In Oklahoma with a view to locating James Maret and A H Bas tin were in town Saturday looking af ter telephone business The friends of Mr and Mrs Jeff Holman extend con gratulations Mrs Kato Magee Is visiting her children at Livingston J W James went to Cincinnati Saturday to consult with Julius Kessler fc Co oo the distillery question A representa tlvo of the foyer Wheel Co of Leba non was hero Saturday taking up several carloads of spokes Mr Wells the stake man spent part of last week In Crab Orchard receiving staves ready for shipment Mr Brown a student from the State College Lexington spent Snnday with the theses Mc Wborter Miss Kate Redd is visiting In Mi VernonI MATRIMONIAL John Walls and Miss Parolee Walls were made one at Prewltt Browns yesterdayMack aged 21 and Miss lonn DeVore 15 were made one at Hiram DoVores Sunday Jack Webber aged 22 and Miss Mol lie McKonzle 10 will bo married at- M S McKcnzles In the Waynesburg section to morow Mrs Jenny Berry Burton a wealthy widow of Nashville was married In Washington to Dor Eurico son of Prince Ruspoll of Rome A double wedding was solemnized at Altllla in Larue county and It was par ticipated in by a mother and her son Mrs Emily Scott was married to Mr Louis P Miller and her son Mr Joe Scott was married to Miss Birdie Gad die Jeff Holman aged 18 and Miss Nan ale McClure 21 both of Crub Orchord drove down Saturday and wore married by Rev J B Crouch The bridals tho pretty daughter of Mr C C McClure and the groom Is the clever young son of Daniel Holman Dr and Mro Steelo Bailey announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Isabella to Dr Chas P Har vie lie of St Louis The wedding will take place early in May This will be a pleasant surprise to their largo circle of friends Idles Isabella Is a lovely young lady handsome cultivated and talented and In winning her the popu lar and rising young physician will bo congratulated by a host of friends License was Issued for the marriage of Miss Katherine Goggln of Ibis city to John Worth Stlgall at the residence of the brides brother Baurno Goggle The bride is one of the brightest and best young ladles of Ihls vicinity and there aro none hereabout but who hold hor in high esteem Sho Is a sister of Mra Jus Denton Tbo groom is a pros porous young farmer and a most wor thy young nSomerset Journal Miss Sudle Riley the pretty daugh ter of Capt and Mrs F B Riley of London was married last week to Mr Ellis Harkleroad a successful travel Ing man who for several years was en gaged In the livery business at Lou don The bride Is a most excellent young lady and wo heartily congratu late the One young man who bis won her The happy couple passed down to Louisville Friday to remain a few weeks What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to tako and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig A Hockor Druggists A disastrous bead end collision of two freight trains ocourcd on tho Southern railway near Lenolr City Tenn in which four train men were killed three fatally Injured and several others moro or less hurt I I Col John S Moeby tho famous Con federate guerilla lives in San Francis forI rrli l TVAT TaiT= = II W ave Hung No Banners ll 11 IIrHut just the same we are showing our customers the best prices and canEi tJI bargainFJ I t z jITPAYS TO TRADEATmm r THE GLOBE t i Merchant Tailoring 0 looIhljYour money back if joure not satisfied tJJ mILLER HIRSGH 1 Successors to J L Frobman ftDanviIIaJP = = fiftTS i We have Just received a Large Assortment off Sprtig a tsr Of The Vcry N9wcSt Shapes Ann Shaucs 4 A nice line of Boys Hats also See our Windows for the Newest Things CUMMINS McCLARY s4iINtNNYNmsss A C SINECONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFOED KENTTJCKY I make close estimates on work and iguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest fed by any one of the many parties for yearsIthatl f EtcjofferedIAistlsieoieesat11 This Is The Best Clothes Wringer Made WARRANTY The rolls In this Improved Popular Clothes Wringer are soft and elastic and are warranted by us for two years from the date of purchase for family use If either roll proves defective during said time wo will replace same free of charge HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford TAKE YOUR = PRESCRIPTIONS TO CraigHocjcer Stanford For Accuracy and LowPrices b n 4 y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON AFTER July 1 we wont have to lick eo many stamps and for which relief s the peoplo win glvo much thanks conferres of too Senate and Houeo iz agreed on the following repeals of tho stamp tax On bank checks certlll cates of deposits promissory notes i money orders express receipts tele phono and telegraph mesa el mls cellaneous bonds certificates of dam BiteS and othersnot otherwise specified charter party conveyances below 2 COO insurance leases manifests mort t gages power of attorney protests warehouse receipts proprietary medl 1cloe perfumery cosmetics and cbew ing gum The tax on beer clcgar t ettcB bankers capital certificates of stock transfers and sales of products and exchanges was materially reduc ed and the legacy law modified so as exempt legacies of a charitable relli thus library and educational characu The total reduction is Ml 000000 Tbe democrats thought the reduction should be at least 870000000 and that the law should take effect at once andn wring further taxes from the people THE same cowardly crowd of eewep per and other assassins who patted Taylor on the back and called him tho bully boy with tho glass eye becauso he Issued pardons to the suspects of the foulest crime that ever blackened tho r history of the State are the loudest now In their denunciation of Go Beckbam whom they sneeringly refer to as usurping governor for pardobln the Louisville gamblers who were col victed by a miserable conspiracy to use w the law for personal revenge It is all right In the oyes of these gentry to pardon before Indictment oven those wno have since been convicted of tho dastardly crime but it Is outrageous to I interfere to prevent a misuse of tbe law and save the victim of a coos piracy a from punishment procured by peljuryI Consistency Is Indeed an unknown jewel to the scavengers of the pros Bod their supporters and sympathizers SCORE ono to the credit of U SI Judge Evans The other day In arguing a case District Attorney Hill wen j trialIout of his way to abuse a man on when the judge called him down as follows You well know the rule of tbeI court compels you to stick to the denco in the case and not assail the character of the defendant If you car not argue the case without disregard lag the rule you should retire fro IL This IB a good rule for all court E to adopt Cowardly attorneys who have no other argument frequently sayI things under the protection ofshe court that they would not dare utterI outside of the court room not argument and brave men do not in dulge in it- AFTER giving Congressman Gilbert all the annoyance possible and after Contestant Davleon had pocketed arlcb tee for making the contest the election committee of the House decided on theI next to the last day of the session 10I favor of the gentleman from Shelby as they could not have otherwise decided and regarded the sanctity of an oathc The decision settles the right of the Legislature to change a district at willc and knocks the claims of Doe Williams higher than a kite IT is an undisputed proposition that the male members of the Colson family are pretty handy and expert in the usoI of a pistol but It was not known till the other night that tho female could use one with such good resultsI Miss Lucy Colson a niece of the Col D G was spending the night at Chas Herds A robber attempted to enter the house when she seized a pistol and fired three shots at the man frighten tag him awayITUB G A R won out as it was sure to The president got alarmed at tbeC bodys refusal to march in the Inaugural parade unless given the post of hon or and at his special request the organization was made his personal esI cort Theres nothing too good lor theI professional veteran according to hiI belief and ho usually gets what ho goes after no matter whether Itls honors or pensions that be seekst JEFFERSON was inaugurated 100 ago yesterday and was the first president to take the oath in the present Capitol of tho country which was thou a struggling village It is said r that Jefferson rode up to tho Capitol to be sworn In or as near there as a horse could go and hitched his critter to a tree about where the Botanical Garden is now Even at a much later date than 1801 Pennsylvania Avenue was Impassable for vehicles DILL OWENS helped to prosecute Al vey convicted at Louisville for gem bUng Considering the Hon Bills reputation his fight on gambling is very much after the order of the dovll rebuking sin r SOME of the papers are kicking bo cause In the distribution of offices con netted with the court of appeals the democrats got only one The wonder to us Is that they got that one Itst TUB Inaugural ceremonies at WasI Ington yesterday occurred durln B driving rain and hall storm notwlth standing tho rosy predictions of weather by the signal service MeInn lays address was In a largo part devot ed to the criticisms of his colonial poll cy The military very naturally under the present condition of affairs vas dominant feature of the parade Hanoa- rode with the president in his carrlale- and Roosevelt had Senator Spoooer and Representative Dalzell with him escorted by Squadron A of New York f brilliant In their Hungarian uniforms of light blue and yellow After the ceremonies the president returned to- the White House from which he re viewed tbo parade At olgbt a erand bill was given and thus ended the boo ginning of four yeara more of MeKtn ley who has a fine chance to ImproTe on the administration of his predec sotTt1E socalled democrats qppoln by JudgcEBarker to Investigate tbe- charges against Lawyer Kinkcad belong to the Honest Election League a strongly partisan republican orga I zatloo even more violent in their Opt position to Gov Beckbam than the average republican They will doubtli find as in fact they were appointed to find In favor of Peter tbo Hermit as Kinkead should hereafter be know EVERY good democrat in tho State rojolccsjtbat Senator Bill Lindsay he came an ox yesterday and glorious old Joe Blackburn camo into possession of his own Lindsay will join tho other turncoats that have gone to New York in preference to returning to Kentucb and facing an outraged constituency IF the mass meeting called at Loul vlllo tonight to consider Gov Beck haDe pardon of Alvey is no more formidable than tho names that sign the call It will as it will doubtle prove anyway a very small fizzle POLITICAL The Senate passed without debate or division the 85000OpO Rivers Bod Harbors bill The agreed River and Harbor BlllI with two items eliminated carries ao pproprlatlon of 840679006 Senator Llndeey has formed a lav artnerabip In New York City but will claim his citizenship in Kentucky Peter Kemp of Middleaboro has been appointed to a clerkship in tho ntcrnal revenue office at Danville Represcnatlve forcing says no appointments for the Eastern Kentucky udicial district will be made before ulySenator Deboo will recommend ex- Gov Bradleyjf or appointment asa mem ber to the Spanish War Claims Commission Tom Cardwell the Harrodabur illtlclan has been granted the sighs trade with the Indians in the Indian Territory ExDlsirlct Attorney Smith is in Washington to secure a pardon for oho L Bosloy He has petitions from many towns and counties Congressman Griffith introduced a ill appropriating 8100000 to pay the sses of Indiana clllzens sustained by 10 Morgan raid through the Hoosier State during theClvll war The Senate and the House both held inday sessions The Senate transact business as of the legislative day of Saturday while the House did likewise under the date of Friday Hon J C Canirlll having no oopo Lion was formally declared the dem ratio nominee for State Senator for- the district composed of the counties of- Scott Jessamine and Woodford Robert W Fenwick for years ol ht- clerk of tho Capital Hotel Frankfort dead aged 70 It is said that he- koew more of the prominent politicians of the day than any man In Kentucky Congress adjourned at noon yeeter day after an allnight session The rivers and harbors bill failed to pass Sen or Carter of Montana having pre veoted its passage by filibustering and ntlnuoua speaking for several hours Secretary Gage figures It thatln the- past 16 months the British have pur cbased in and shipped from this coup try to South Africa horses mules and other war supplies Including rum to- Lhe value of 82059560 Tho horses and mules numbered 76632 Washington Jefferson Madison Moo roe Jackson Lincoln Grant and cKlnley were chosen for a second term in Immediate succession to their arlit term Cleveland had a second term but there was an Interval be eon the first and second An attempt was made to correct the military record of Lt Ethel D Scott but Representative Wheeler objected to its consideration on the grounds that- tbe passage of tho bill would bo a re flecllon on Col D G Cohon who had lodorsed his dUobargo In words severely reflecting upon his military services and character Representative Brick of Indiana ha9 a constituent who wants a pension becausohe was shot In the substitute I am old and feeble he wroto to Mr- Brick and I do not suppose Ill live a treat while but I need money while I do live I think the government owes me something I paid a man 8300 to- take my place in the war when I was drafted and ho was killed in action Now I think I am entitled to a pension or should get the 8300 back Will you- pleaso see that I do ADDITIONAL LOCAL THE latest thing is a Cast Raoge 0with steel ovens 25 per cent saving In fuel G H Furrlu Co CiitcciT COURT After dellberatl from Friday noon unlll Saturday 0000 on the case of Thomas R Lee for kUl log Tecumseh Waters and falling to agree the jury was discharged It stood 11 fur ncqulllal and ono for Ufe ImprisonmentJim acquitted for shooil Forest Hansford also colored Jim Hunn colored was acquitted yesterday of the charge of stealing hog aud the rest of the day was takeu up with the trial of Robert Wllac charged with commuting rape on MItiS Sallie Crabtree which is still in pn toss Tao following jury was seculed B Chancellor R C Engleman Sr D S Rlffe C P Epperson Georgo Pleasants Emmett McCormack J B Mynrs John Boyle J H Prultt H C Adams John Walter G W Edwards NEWS NOTES Youtaey is a leader In prison Cbrls tlan Endeavor work W P Gllllam of Harlan county was killed by a fall from a hotel window at Norton Va Capt E W Llllord will contest Caot Longmlros election as major In the 2d Regiment A former monk while making an anti Catholic speech in the Isle of Wight was mobbed Julius Winter Sr ono of Loul vlllea largest merchant tailors died suddenly in Florida aged 72 Judge J M Quarles considered tbe ablest criminal lawyer In Tennessei Is dead at Nashville aged 73 Anthony Thomas Lindsay aged 71 committed suicide at Carrollton by cutting his throat with a razor Lawson owner of Buralma oow wants to bet 00000 that his horse JliO beat either Cresceus or The Abbott Millionaire George F Oilman of tbe system of Atlantic and Pacliic tea stores la dead at Black Rock Conn A 27000000 telephone trust whlcl expects to gobble up all tbo lines in the country was formed In ionneylvuniu There Is said to be a serious split In the Second Kentucky Regiment whlct the Adjutant General will have to set tlc In a Qt of jealousy Homer Payne a mechanic of Beloit Mich shot hli wife and a neighbor and then killed himself Luther R Punter of Bowling Green ormer cashier of tho Warren Deposit Bank filed a deed of assignment for the benefit of creditors An Illinois Central passenger train was wrecked at Oblon Tone and En sneer Joe Randall and fireman Wil ord Rogers were injured In a fire In a largo dye works build- Ing at Rochester N Y nine or 10 em byes are believed to have perished thorn were Injured seriously Judge Barker of Louisville In a talk to the March grand jury pledged the remainder of his udlclal life to the eradication of the gambling evil D M Carman the American contractor arrested for trading with in urgent Filipinos lays that whenever ho made a dollar others made money too David Wbltson of Lair Harrison county became suddenly Insane He cut bis wifea throat then attempted to commit suicide by cutting his own JJ throat Judge Elbrldge Hanecy was noral Dated for mayor by the Chicago repub Ucaos receiving 486 votes to 202 for John M Harlan the next highest cat dateSolicitor General Polhlll of the corgla superior court was found dead In the Macon courthouse with a bullet bole In his brain Hu had committed suicide Albert Johnson shot his lather and mother to death at Guthrie O T after giving them 15 minutes to prepare ror death They bad objected to his marriage The body of Wm Kearns who has- beeo missing since February 14 was fonDd In a warebouao at Lexington Ho- had presumely committed suicide by asphyxiation M H Kendall who sued the L Nat Bowling Green for 25000 for killings son Amos who was stealing a ride 00 a freight train lost out on peremptory instructions The Southern Iron furnaces have sold their output for six months aberd No stock is taken in tho report that those plaots will be consolidated with the organ combine F M Shelby for another Independ ont telephone company hid 8750 more- for the franchise to operate in Lexlng ton than the Fayello Company which ought It had a cinch The National Association of School uperlnlcndents adopted ihqcommltteo report on which waa stayed that authority had been found lomantain tat alcohol was a food At Louisa Dick Vlneon Jr was held without ball for tho murder of Redheaded Bill Thompson tho proof Indicating that Vlnaon killed tho- man and robbed the corpse The Court of Appeals in a decision ioderetl by Judge Guffy holds that a ieohargo in bankruptcy in a Federal District Court to a bar to tho collection of alimony theretofore adjudged Jacob Muller once a leading grand ODera singer died suddenly at San Francisco just before the beginning of a performance given for his benefit The Nebraska State Penitentiary at Lincoln was destroyed by tire causing a loss of 8100000 No Insurance Tho mvlclB are under military guard and will have to sleep in tents for the pros cot P On r n R w ofi r tmfi fnT Another Weeek of Striking Values At The Louisville Store Torcale worth lOc cur price be Yard wdo Brown Cotton worth tic at 6c Yard wide lllcach Cotton worth Ojc nt 4jc Best brands of Cotton other peoplo ask Sic for sawe our price 7c 2000 yards Hamburg bought at boa on the dollar We can save yon nt least halt on these goods 1000 yards of Val and Linen Lace that was v bought the same way 10 dozen 13x29 check linen towels worth lOc 3c Fancy bunter linen towns 16x27 worth 16c Ic Fancy border linen toweU 10x20 4c Fancy linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c 15o All linen blue bordered towels 80x21 ISc White linen fringed towels 41x24 worth 3M 2Jc 400 iloz fine pearl buttons worth 10 anti 15c per dot this week only 6c Fancy blue lOll rod striped scrim worth lOc per yard this week onlyfie10Inch linen crash per yard only 5c yards fancy webbing worth lOc this week So 3 spools good machine thread n lOc Ladies leather bolts all sites patent fasten ers worth 25c this week only 9o Ladles patent loather bolts heavy gilded worth 35c miss this chance this week 15c 03x00 bleach ready made nlie U this wc k 43c SlxUO unbleach ready made sheets this week 30o 72x72 bed spread Marsalllcs pattern 54c 21 yard Inco curtains worth ilic this week 4So 3yard lace curtains onlyr 72c FOX S LOGAN fLIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY tIoncl and Mules constantly on hand and for tale at all time W Logan Wood Manager till Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Farmers Roller Mills STAUFOSD ST MORRIS FKED FuortiKroR I ilcslro to announce to tbo public that I am ready to do any and all kind of grind- Ing and that I will at all limes tho bet o- fFlour Mora ShipChicken Food Etc At the very lowest prIces end I solicit a Ihare of your patronage lnJ to give roe the very best results Dont target me nit bear lu mind always that I need your jatronage MORRIS 1ItKI Irur TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Vo hereby suite that the Dim 1low sold by S Carpenter Is just as far superior to tho llvcr Chilled all the U upcrlor to the cradle W Q COWAN J 8 OOOOE B M OWENS A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OfflttT Uetlobcru Drug Store In the Owsleyl Rending Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon Inllrstclassstylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford Uy Office ovor Higgina A McKlnnoya Story Telepliono No 48 u DrsSlavinS PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Paarllla Mondays WednwJ j and Fridays Will be In SUoforJ Tucxlays Thursday and Saturday Office In the Iennlngton Building Stanford Of tlce hours to 12 1104 r OSTEOPATHY Thll ScIence originated and developed by Dr T Still of KIr Tlle Jlo ileprud on the- prnclpleaotAustowyand 1hyilologjr for III re IUIIo It no faith no drug no rubbing no surgical operation clalmablD IUIIfF eatualMteupathylewimiin aiaiuachlno oho many In When all pans properly adjusted and uot OTcrwurked health UthtrtiultSome of tb dlwam treated by in Nervous Prostration llcadachci Neuralgia Ilheumatlim Callrrb1Weak oH Oranulated JIda ioltrc Ll1er Lung Diseases Conitlpatlon 1nxtiatr ill Stow aehandluteslinaftmublr 11tea 0 Jon and Joint Spinal Curvature Dislocations SlIlr JoInt- sJarallIlnconUneoce of Urine Locomoior Atax a specialty Coniultatloo Free 0 foot foU shade patent rollers only 10o All linen shades plain and fringed worth bib 25c 100 dozen linen collars worth IlIc our juice 6c Mens suspenders 9o Mens silk finished suapcndurs worth 25c tile Mens seamless black sex only Vc Mens heavy mixed cotton sox others ask you lOca pilr our price pairs for Iftc One lot of polkadol shirt waists In wool two to n customer 76c this week only 3o Ladles black flguod drdss skirt worth 1150 09c Laities nil wool rainy day skirts K10S Another big shipment of ladicti kid gloves worth 100 and f 25 our prico41o anti Uac 200 pairs imens wool pints actual value of goods t2 will earl this week at liSt Uoyn knee panls lOc Boys long pants iu jeans 48a Mens all wool doeskin jeans pants as long an they last 09c Mens Inglo and double breasted cutaway worsted lilts only 4118 Mens fancy worsted milts straight and round cut worth 1760 our price 408 Stacks of now spring suits are coming In every lay at prices that will surprlM you Our line of sample shoe 2 j and 3 worth II 60 aud 12 will as long as they last At 6Sc One lot of chlldrcntt school shoes ii to U they are worth doube the money but go at 4Sc Special reduction in our line of Ladlrs and lenlbQel Dont forgot to look at our line of carpets and mattings When you are ready to do your house cleaning remomb that Withers carries tho t KlIt and blot aitotmunl of Carpets MattiNgs Rugs Wall Paper Window Shades Picture frames r faAnd an up to date lino of FURNITURE A child can buy anything In g the house at a bargain I- icIqjE PRICE IWe are not jockeys therefore a lady or Gentleman can come Into my d house and find price right If the goods art what they want a Customers from a distance will find this tock IlcOIIIIrto none in Central KentuckyIW W Withers Stanford and sometning New HARD WORK EASYj After a rfood drat of irsgaalon I do aided to try tho Popular can truthfully ray it i tho greatest Invention of Iho kind made The price at tint seemed high but after a I am convinced it ii tcry chop K J BROWN FOR SALE BY 1 GEO H FARRIS it CO JflffiESiira uS onv111e Ky has an Klegant Line of Now r CARPETS MATTING RUGSIAifd tho Greatest Line of Shoo Ever Put en Sale In I am doling Out a Lino of S20O S35O ITWILLMAKE Ladies Shoes at 1IBoys Show at 75c Former Price 1160 Mens 300 and 500 Shoes ati50 It will pay you to buy them whether you noel them now or not Take Advantage Of The Great Sacrifice Sale Which still going on at TUB HAOKEI STORE CLOTINCMens Snits worth fj now 9095 Mens nil wool snide worth JIO now 14 Diagonals anti Cuhmlreil worth 812 to IIG now i7 VS Youths suits worth t5 now 24S Youths nil wool sulfa worth tS now 98 D8 Clil clrens three piccosuiis from 85cto250 iioys fine suits nil gjzes goIng at ou Mens 82 pants now 05c Youths pants now 40c 1000 pairs knee pants lo be sold cheap nt loo to 48c all sizes SH OEU Mens Shoos 05o to Shoes from SOc to S2 60 Childrens Shoos from 20c to 8125 Mens ituViT J sizes for lOc a pair loons nightshirts worth flliOlIoV 40c mens fine underwear now wool fleece underwear worth fl now 4Uc line top shirts for flflp mens- silk nnli satin shirts worth 9150 now 74c ladles undershirts from 60 liP rnrfrom 3Jo up line cashmeres from lOc up mens handkerchiefs 2 good once for bcIladies han kerchief for 2c silks satins etc nt slnllghterllll prices fltoueande ofother bargains will bl sold which I havent plac to mention Como and see for yourself The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1TANFOIU Kv MARCH 2 1001 t OUR prescription work It un urpa 8- Ill Try ue and bo convinced Penny1 Drug Storu PERSONALS G T LACKFY returned to St Loulg Sunday D A TWADDLB of Corblo writ hero Saturday Dlt U A JONHS went to Harroda hurt Sunday J LBN SHANNON who has boon tick for a month it ubout well sickYt Mil P K KEMP li ponding a tow days nt Mr T M Pcnnlnctoni BriT OAKLAND SINOLKTON Iii up after an illnett of threo wepU MBS JOSIE UANBY Is boarding with Mrs Mawlo Martin at the college Miss IHAIIKUA WAIKKH of Gar I rardji with MUs fettle Rochester CAIT J A DOTY Oarrnrd countys next county clerk was hero Saturday Miss SALLIE GJVKNS who It teaching at Pltttburg U at homo for a fow days MI83 WlLUB V DAWSON Is back grow a delightful visit to Danville rlcnJi loWs L JANE Cr ovi of Danville Is vUltlng Mrs Dr L Cook and Mrs Allco Cloyd Miss M AQQIB MAlt TIN of Cincinnati is vliltlng her parents Mr and Mr George Martin UANDSOMB Miss ANNA CROW of tbo West End was tho guest of MUs Virginia Warren Mns Dn W J KDMISTON andprct ty MlM Graco Tudor1 of Crab Orchard wero hero shopping Tc tcrday- MUS H E CURD of Louisville was p to seo her uncle Mr R D Wood T who was some hotter yesterday r MIBS CALUB nonroN bookkeeper and stenographer for the Lexington Democrat came over yesterday I Mm ELIZAIIBTII POKTMAN won- totorI to Ml Sterling yesterday to upend some time with her Mr n- It Urlghi daughter MUS IIATTJE SPEED OUR sister of W O Speed of this place won her raco for school superintendent of Pen dleton county by a good majority MRS MAUQAUCT UHUOLO of Junc tlon City lster of W S Ullton de ceased has been visiting her cousin Mr John Lutes of the West End Missus DOHA AND MINNIB STUAUII aro In Louisville buying Millinery j wad They will spend several weeks in the trimming rooms of that city Du D E ANU Mil J W Pnocroii of Kockcastlc wero guests of Dr E J Brown They wont to Danvlllo vcstcr buy some thoroughbred Uork 1shire hogs Mil J E BnUCB who has taken the ITlt1ou JOURNAL for 23 years and Kas never boon behind with his tub scrlptloo moro than u week made his 29th payment Saturday GrxwoE M DAVISON and John A nialn wero the only two republicans In tho county who thought enough of jWcKlnlcy to go to Washington and Bee CTm Inaugurated yesterday I W G LACKEY ESQ responded Abo toast Kentucky Womanhood at iho Kentucky Society banquet at St Liuls Saturday night and paid a glow tog tribute to tho queens of all crea CHAKLES WHKKLBU of Hue ttloo will go to Cincinnati this to buy spring dress and She will bo assisted by a trimmer In her millinery department the coming season JUDOS H J BllBCKINniUOB the best attorney general Kentucky has had In many year was hero Saturday having been called to tho county b buslncs and was warmly greeted b his friends and admirers Miss ELIZAIIETH W CUFIOHTON pretty Kinguvlllo eorreapondont accompanied by MUs Lena Reynolds paid us a call Friday Miss Crelghton was summoned as a witness In tbo Leo trial but was excused from testifying W C TUTTLE who served 18 months as a private In Cu L 37th Regiment In tho Philippines has returned homo nd his friends In tho Turnorsvlllo section MO glad to have him back lIe spent most of the time on tho Island of Luzon i Mhero he says tho only pleasure ho had wna reading the INTERIOR JOUKNAL aud looking forward to the next copy LOCALS PLENTY handmade harness at J McClary8 READ George II Ferris Gos ad vertisement It will Interest you FIFTY pieces now Spring Gingha- klull placed on ealo at Severance i SODSIDKSIRADLB residences and lots In Stanford for ealo Apply to W P Walton NEW Carpets Mattings o arriving dally Prices lower than tho lowest Bcazley L Hays f j H BACOHMAN St Co will sell you shay and feed of all kinds at almost yapr own price In order to redc- I a Jk CHATTANOOGA Chilled Plow and all kinds of Harness Geo II Furrls CUrBARGAIN Secondhand Dam Doub lo Geared corn crusher Illggln kMcKlnney 2t A rat das moro cold weather IIUlIlIgbm Al1leldllHouse March 10 ATTENDpanes sale of land and In timorrowSOLD OUTE D Kennedy has sold his Interest In the McKlnney Mill to his partner J B DfnlInacyda MAKCII has brought us all sorts of weather ao fur Including a driving snow storm which Is raging this morn lOll e NICE clover and timothy hay corn oats Ac ready to feed andB wagon ready to deliver Give us a call Pencet Carton THE average man snakes under certain circumstances but Harry Glov annoll of tho Danvlllo Advocate In- varIably sees belled buzzards Poor fellow l TUB only candidates who failed to pay In to get their names on the ballots wero George W DoBord for jailer Thalcs II Wright for assessor and A L Carpenter for sheriff BUOOM FACTOHY MrDen P Martin has In operation at Rowland n broom which haoffastidious housekeeper could wish TUB weather bureau figures that ihl settles Is 1248 lashes short on cal and 001 degrees long on heat For two years the total rainfall has been pearl two foot below the normal average o the past 20 year TUB wife of Mr U P Young died at her homo at Highland Saturday morn Imp of consumption aged 60 The bur- Ial occurred at tho Methodist church thero Sunday morning She was tbo third wile of Mr Young and loft no children RURAL DBLIYKIIY J Len Shannon petitionlarpolygressman Gilbert asking for a coca tree delivery of mall for the West En and tho signers Bro confident of seta ing MRs HANNAH L STRUEK will do drcea making at tbo home of Mr Mary Bronaugb A liberal portion of the patronage of the ladles of Stanford Is respectfully solicited Prices reasona blo Work dono In the latest and most a fashionable styles Fits guaranteed 2t StOANMrsJ F Sloan sister a Mr J M Coffey of the Walnut Fie jjkeart39 years old yesterday A husband as fourcblldren survive Sho was a de vout member of the Christian church and a good woman NOT DIB BROTIIKK A G Faulkner Rake us to say that tbo Eugene Faulk neelatlnt0In burning a man Is not his brother E G Faulkner formerly of this county but now of Sherman Texas Neither honor his brother knows anything ofas the Faulkner In question TUB talk of an electric railroad from Junction City to Harrodsburg Joes very well to fill In when thero Is nothing f also to converse about but thorn Is about as much probability of such a road being built as there U that Mc Klnloya second administration will bo an Improvement on his first combinationY ofla rounds Take a piece of paper a write upon It the number representing your ago In years multiply it by two add 3800 divide by two then eubtra the number representing your ago an before your eves you will have some thing you will never see again REFUSED PARDON After a care ful Investigation of this case I must do cling to Intorforo Thus wrote Go Bcckbam on G K Wilsons appllca tlon for pardon Wilson was a London lawyer and was convicted of causing tbo death by criminal operation of Mss Mary Cloyd a domestic at tinG Catching Hotel at London Tbo caset was tried In Ruckcastlo on a change of ChPIKE Flro did great damage around- WayncaburgaodKlngsvIllesectlon Sun gremsot op was destroyed and his barn wellfilled with teed went up in smoke Law is G Goocb Reuben Curtis H B Fern and others oleo had their fences burned Jack Bubbles barn all of John Marion Bubbles feed James Sowders and tic n Martins barn were all burned M G Reynolds who was hero yesterday tolls us he fought fire most alt day and that the damago dons la hIs section will amount to fully 2500 Tbo big h winds fanned tho flames and caused them to spread in every direction CLOTHES Wringers at Geo IL Far ris d Cod with a fiveyear guarantee WHOS YOUR rAILOItWo have Ed V Price ti CoV sample take your workmBOehlPIInlnllti oUtTillatttiysbluee Salllo Upthe prove of the South Fork section died Sunday and was burled at MoKlnnoy ycnorday She was 03 year old Tim report that DKennedy can didate for jailor Is off tbo track Is un true as will bo seen from our list of candidate as well as from tbo educa onal ballots JESSE tolls us that owing Dlxrver only ran six hours a y lust week It U very unusual for Dlx River to be low at this states of the year TUB aged mother of Charles S Rogers candidate for magistrate died at Rowland Sunday The remains wero taken to Berne for Interment Those who know Mrs Roger say eho was a most excellent lady Tnt wind of Sunday blow a portion of tho roof off of F M Wares store at McKInney Baker Walls barn near there caught are during tho day and was burned together with a lot of feed Ac Isaiah Yocum of tbo same section lost a great deal of fencing KfNK BAKER of the East Eodwas arrested hero Saturday for being full On searching him It was found th lit bo had a pistol In his pocket and no was placed In jail Ho broke out with tbo measles Sunday and bo will ve to remain In hoc until ha gets won before ho can hero hIs trial severalnmonths Mr John K Baugbman died inrBuffalo Springs Cemetery at 4 ooimu Sunday afternoon after approptvawy services at the grave by J W Unpin Mrs Baugbman was a dough tor of the late Jones Adams of Gar rard and was 43 years old She joined tho Christian oburob when a mere girl and had hose a faithful follower of tbo meek and lowly Nazarine since It what her neighbors and others who know her well say la half true she must hero been ono of tho best women Whoever lived In the county Worshipped IIaup6d atrrne bomo was ono whore relatives and friends loved to gather for her very prcecnco made them feel the better Possessed of a disposition that was sunshine Itself she made those about her feel that their burdens of life wero lighter and weep heavy heart has been cheered by her kind words and acts fihn Was a model wlfo and mother and her loss will be latay the husband sons and daughters ddcal gain and emulating her Godly life strive to meet her In the lard that Is fairer than day Much sympathy Is felt hero for Mr Baugbman and his family and the older Inhabitants can nvpIdeate of moro genuine sorrow Flow era In profusion covered the grave and ogee unused to weeping dropped a tear the pond woman was being lowered to her final resting place CONFIDENT all along that tho propo sltlon to veto a tax of 40 cents on tho 100 and a poll tax of 815 on all whit voters for too purpose of maintaining a graded school would win wo are nol surprised at the result The only sun prise Is that the proposition did not carry by muro than It dldtS It U much nosier thing to vote a tax then it to pay It and In these days and times prosod t such tax is for will carry Good schools aro essential to good society but In o nbaoluteldy sure such The Rubicon la crossed though and a graded school woll have Tbo trustees elected are good men as citizen who wo trust will seo to ythat our graded school shall bo the best In the countrycertaInly the tax voted and the 2000 or 3000 to como from tho Stanford Male Academy ought to insure It They ore Col W Welch Dr W B OBannoa Cicero Reynolds George L Penny Dr W N Craig and A C Sine The elec was a warm one Voters wore auled to the polls at tbo public school In glass fronts wagonettes suttee buggies or any way they desired toga Those favoring the proposition being tbo monied side bad Beazloy Drool carriage and the best rigs obtainable The opposition had several vehicles and in every way possible put up tbo boat light they could The soreness that usually fallows hot elections la oat conspicuous r absence In this case but it la to bo hoped that it will soon dID awry and unless there aro grounds for it the talk of a contest will bo bur- Ied sldo by side with the little bad feel- Ing engendered Thero were only 223 votes cast in tbo election which shows that a good many citizens took no part in 1h Tits widow of Robert Land died at Rowland Sunday alter n protracted Ill ness which began with grip She was a splendid woman and the news of her death will cause sadness wherever sbo Is known TUB Ladles Aid Society of tbo Baptist church U now out of debt The good ladles of that society made 833 on tho four bazaars they bold In Penny drug store which paid them out and will bold no moro for the pres ent fillbtlobo rot off the train on his return from Parksvlllo yesterday The woods burned all around tbo town and a house In tho outskirts as well as two not far distant went up In smoke It was a hard fight ho added LIFE SENTENCE lomon Fleming eonfenceow Hall and Deputy Sheriff Wright of Lotchor county brought him horn yesterday morning to remain until bo finds out whether or not the court of appeals will grant him a now trial THE oleos bwwith great violence Sunday and much damage was dono to forests fences and houses Somo houses were nearly entirely do Waded of shingles and othera wlth tluI roofs had them ripped nearly off Tbero was a calm yesterday after tbo storm and the day was aa mild and aa still as those of early MayiON our fourth page will bo seen the list of candidates to bo voted for at the SaturdayTheIrthat they will appear on the besets which this office will print this week The educational ballots are already out and if you dont know bow to vote there are some 40odd gentlemen in the county who will take pleasure in showing you or presenting you with a ballot that you may study out the matter ourseU The drawing for positions on the ballot Saturday was witnessed by a candidate or so and aa far aa we hayo heard Is satisfactory to all concerned Having no opposition County Clerk HarveyIIelmfor the offices they are now holding and their names will not appear on the bal lots March 10 NOTICE Alter the 5SIU day of February I will sell goodsStrictly for Cash perweekW I IiltAlSIIAW Turncnrlllo Ky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 TreesFruit and Ornamental Shrub Roses Drapes Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and CTorjrthliiRfor Orchard lawn nod Oar on 1rlccs right as wo pay no agents but direct to the planter General nursery alpllcuLlonPhone 270 Lexlugton K- yPRUITTBROSa MORELAND KY Furniture And Undertaking SALE OF FARM t PERSONALTY 1 will offer it public sale oj Wednesday March 61901 at 2 miles from HuMon nrllleonlhe HuilonTlllo and Mill Turnpike one fouryurol l tumblsed mate ono yrar otd saddle hone 2 aged well broke work mule 2 good milk cows fresh with calf and lWctrlbond ears sad lambs 3 good brood sows lab bar reu corn In crib wrcral tons corer hay In Urn stack millet hay tales clover 73 hocki lodder iashcekasugar cane 2 largo sine readprold wagon I IOOd prlng wagon luperlor wheat drill t oneflollO hay rake I new lackeys binder new IJftrlnllUlower dtM harrow new double AharrowaomerChllled lot of wagon and plow bar no i and a lot ofother articles too numerous to mention alto household and 150dcornlsale Knot sold I will rent same For further Information call on or address me at Uuitonrlllu Lincoln County Terms cash for all sums under 90 day not1NUfor sums ol that flume and over JlcUANIEL Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital StockHlOOOOO Successor to The Farmers Itink A Trust Coin pan and under same management cuntlcu ouily for W Years Solicits Your Bank Account Roping such business relations will prom mules ly beneficial sad pleu Dill CTOItSt JJ William J 8 Owsley Sr JN Mencfeo A W Carpenter W II Cummins J K Lynn 811 Shanks J i Cub J JJ Owsltj OFFICERS S II Shanks J II ImldenllI tJ 17 =nnmnmmtrtrnmm n nmnrr fif Write To r aa r I i i I TIff FAYETTE INVESTMENT 0 1 t= = E OF LEXINGTON KY y = = f= f And get a sample certificate of their now ij t = issue f = i A G MORGAN secy g = No3 W Short St fJ111JIIIIIliIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIIII 111JIII111111C tfj Je t iiii J yIt fj unnnnnn ft8 J 3p fJQ 1 J V V I Ii 0 Ib e iI New G00dp71er ae Iwtf 1re Now Coming In Daily err f1at y r rcC7rClothinge x t w Furnishing Goods in re1N Trunks Suit Cases Mclntoshes f Slickers Ladies Gents andls 4 r w = Childrens Shoes 4 eiIt GCallri If r H J McROBERTStd1 j fir fyagJtk 0 SSw P 0a ro 5tki Jksyr P1 II w l1lifi G otIhf t Il 4 0J ct r i f u n H JlW3 iS3im jiNw31 Suits 1 ILadies l lfl j of large mlepleatore fortyour inspection Wa quote you prices on perfectjsuits 1 skirts jackets and capes that will agreeably surprise you Our meets the demand of any purse or any taste an j 5higher WE TO GUARANTEEI Ladies Stylish Suits toordesgl00ato875oo jj Ladies Coats and Capes Border 750 to tas M It will be greatly to your advantage to call on us at once and let li fIt1us explain fully how wo can save you money on your spring order I SEVERANCE SONS IOpposite Court House t m Spring Styles i IN GENTLEMENS SHIRTS f Just open and on sale this week j BEAUTifUL PATTERNS And Artistically Cut J 4 1 4Seethem before you buy 52to 150 Jno P Jones Stanford lJ Stanford Female College ht f STANFORD KY courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution IExcellent Boarding Department Catalogue to MKS NAMNIE S SAUFLEY Freer f h r t Ory fTHE INTERIOR JOURN 2uxbttaAdTue3a aA4Sxtdai- 1 PER YEAR CASH Mf When sot o paid 8OO will eellareed Entered nthe port ojJke at Stanfo IU tlecondclatamatkr MORE NEWS NOTES Brlf Gene Jamas H Wilson and Flubuch Loo have been placed on the rctlrcd list of the army John Securest who left Grant county lour years ago owing many thousands of dollars has come back from the Kloo tdike with 8100000 to pay hla debts United States force In China has been ordered to reduco to two companies Gen Chatleo will relieve Mclr thur of command In the Philippines Bud Taylor aged 23 ycara assassinated Ruth Noltard aged 18 years his fdrnuer sweetheart in Kansas City by 1 shooting her with a repeating rlllo from tbe window of a room which he had hired for the purpose The crowd In Washington Is not large as compared with some previous Inaugurations and there Is little enthusiasm The people In attendance are mostly from nearbv States and the delegations from a distance fare small Crazy Snake and his band Eof Indians were each eentonccd to elJZht years tlD the penitentiary and fined S250 The Indians pleaded guilty as several days ago and tho judgeagrcedto suspend the sentence If they would promise to go homo and be haveThe InterUrban Electric Railway Company has obtained the rlghto way along the turnpikes of Fayoti county The proposition of the com- panyo was to keep the pIkes In good repair wherever It was necessary for the tracks to encroach upon the turn pikesCharles L Tiffany bead of the Ireat New York jewelry house colcrated his 00th birthday a few days ago For the first time In a buUness career of Ivcars be has been kept at home for two weeks with a cold but on the raorntn or big birthday Insisted on going down to the store Roslyn Ferrell who murdered bls old associate and friend Express Messen tel Lane In order to secure funds wltb which to commit matrimony went to the electric chair In the Columbus O penitentiary h not a word to say He played his guitar and sang just before being taken to the chamber whet be was electrocuted The Baltimore and Ohio has given an order for 101 locomotives Involving an expenditure of more tban 3130000 This is the largest order over given In this country for engines About a year ago the company gave an order for 100 new engines and last month It cot tracted for 25 more The 230 engine will necesitate an outlay of about 12l i 070000 Capt Ben B Golden Is preparing t suit against the L N by the Bar bourvllle Military Company for heavy damages They allege that on their trip to and from Frankfort to the In auguratlon of Gov Bcckham they were In a coach without any water or lights and scarcely any fire and the s employes failed to furnish these accommodations when requested to do so Prohibition In Kansas In this day where thero is so mucli discussion of the prohibition note enforcement in Kansas one is likely to get the idea that prohibition is It failnro throughout the State Such is byno means the case in 40 out of the 08 counties in the State there Dpt an inmate in the count jails Some of these jails have not had an inmate for years In some of them the farmers stored grain from the abundant harvest of fast summer Can any one find a license or local op tion State that can make such a show ing suffrage does not compel the enforcement of prohibition in the towns of Kansas The qnra tion has been many timed asked if women have utumcipalsuffrage in Kansas and why is it that they do not elect officers who will euforco the law The women only have munici pal suffrage So do not vote for goy error attorney general or for the sheriff or the county attorneyor judges Tho enforcement of the law is in the hands of the officers in the largertt tthan in the towns the police are up ointcd a commission and the commission is appointed by the t governor So the womans ballot does not It single officer whose duty F it is to enforce the prohibition law DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CIMKD lon u theycannatreach the dls portion ol the ear There to only one wit to iperred and that li conitltutlunal time dies Petssbcaueedbyanlnnamrlcoodltlon of the mucous linin the When tbU tube ulnHtnmt you have a rumbling sound or lmp rfect bearing and when It li entirely cloud deafness latbarnult and unless the Inttam nutloQ can be taken out and tbU tube restored to lis normal oondnloa bearing will be deatroyed j nlnecaaaout of ten are caused br uforever which la notbloa but an iadammed ooodt Iloaofthemdcouseur ce- nw will one dollars for any cue of deafnujs caused catarrh that cannot be cured by Malls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold b Dniff iata 75- 4HaIl1FamUy 21111 era tile Int r I 0 Pope Leo Saturday celebrated his 91st birthday and also the anniversary o his coronation strtI l BlOOD POiSON It you ever contracted any blood disease you art ticvtr safe unless the Tiros or poiiou baa beta eradicated from thugs tent At tlmCs you sea alarming symp toms l nt lire In hopes co serious ro tilts will follow Have you any of the follow Inl symptoms 7 Sore Throat Ulcers on the Tongue or in the Mouse flair FlIl1nltI Out Aching Pains Itchlnea of tbe Skin Sores or Blotches on the Body Eyes Red and Stuart Dyspeptic Stomach Sexua- ltVeakneselndicatlona of the second stage Dont trust to lack Dont rna your system with the old fogy treatment mercury and pntnsu nblcli only sup pt Mca tba symptoms for a time only to- breakout again when happy In domestic 1Ifttont1etqllarksexperlmentonoa Our ea Riuran teed to tarn yon Our guarantee are backed ly bank bonds that the dig tare will never return Thousands of rtlents have been already cured by our ie v Method Treatment for over twenty ynnrs No ezi rlnient no rlilc not a ThewocetNervous IJihllty Weakness i OIet1J Stricture Varlcocele Kidney and llladder Disease and all iliccasca iwcullar to men and women I CURES GUARANTEED 5 Consultation Free nooks Free If unable to call wrlto for question blank for home treatment QRS KENNEDY RERGAN- G28 Walnut Strut CINCINNATI OHIO TWO FARMS FOR SALE HaTing deeMed to changemr vocation I U prlrately my farm on which I live 34 of mUe from Crab Orchard K ThU farm U fln land In good state ot cultlratfon lO acres rive bottom land that li floe tom and meadow land dance acres Is upland and well adapted to tan wlleat blue grass and all other eropa A brick welling of 8 rooms and cellar of iplendli reeatone water at the door Iwo good tenemen ouies new barn and all necessary outbutldlog wllb plenty ol good fruit and an abundanca lock wa er make this the most desirable term 1tlllaeDd of the county Also a term of about 1W acres mile from Crab Orchard K on Lancaiter street opposite tile fa nout Crab Orchard All In grass with arge stock barn and an abundance ol water wits me of the Goat building sites In the neighbor lood Also a nice cottage in lancer ter street with good clatero grdenlc attached or forth particulars cull on or adar s It D1tO AVUII Crab Orchard Kj IRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY VlUl Stock 100000 Sarplni 117633 51 This Institution original established as the IHi tilt Bank of Stanfoe In ISM then reorganlied I- tlls Nation hank of Stanlord In 1863 andagab cganlted as the First National Bank of Stanfort 1881 tau had practically an uninterrupted exlit icsfor41 years It Is better supplied now wltl ellltiei for transacting business promptly and t ally than sTerbeforo la Its long and honotab career Account of Indtrldnslj daelarleaI and lodlTldualiiolldtedpmtcToai Belli Lincoln Co JW HsydenSlanlur Tnarrii 81I Baughmaa J S Hocker TP Rill WP Walton WA Trlbbls IColllsrCrab Orchd M J MillerMtVrncn H OElmors Stanford outsets J 8 Hoe er Freild nt J J SfeltoberU Cubic County JudgeJ- AS P BAILEY JD SWOPE For County Clerk QEO B COOPER For Sheriff MS BAUGHMAN- G C BAKER- J M CARTER Sr GEO S CARPENTER TJ HILL For Jailer JOHN C PEPPLES GEO A EUBANKS- J H RAINES W HERRIN DINK FARMER- E D KENNEDY For Assessor CHARLES L CROW WM LANDGRAF JOE T EMBRY SAMUEL M OWENS i GUS McCORMACK CHARLES L DAWES- M G REYNOLDS FornRepresentative ANDREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE MCKINN- EYSenator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLARD MagistrateJA C S ROGE- RSCATTLE LOST twoyearold ulcer left theA dark brown III lnli farm In the of I tncol and a light red two vearold rtoer loft the 8 W Givens farm toward for Inlorma Ion leading to their recovery T W KINNEY Junction City Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by 1 W Adams R Co PalDt Lick Kr Is a sure cure for hones and mules afflicted with Fistula allovll Scratches Paddle Moll liard and Soft Enlargement heel Dletemper dc For saiD by W Mcltob- erta druggist Stanford M lIumrhn- LlbertYI O K1ngalllet A R Caldwell nUTllle WaynesburgDunn Mllledgovlllo nroa Ilrv Cash 6l McMIddlebnrpOeo It Jeter Clute TurnersTllle J II Vauhoolt McKinney RDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer o- fBRIO E I = And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices A P BruceH C Bright BRUCE BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY remWe extend a cordIal invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us Then In Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles I The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in Central Kentucky All Bouiht Fot Cash in Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too it D Uruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleased to see his friends at all Uract Ike G Adler has charge of our Harness Department whfcb is an assurance you can buy the Best kind Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respectfully It BRUCE BRIGHT Clearance Sale Of The Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky OUR CLEARANCE SALE ON SLIPPERS Begins March 10th Regardless of Value They must go 50c and catches line up to 3 Come early and get choice Continu ing through March 151 Pounds Of Granulated Sugar for 100 Aibucklea Coffee 121c not more than 1 worth of and coffee at this price This This sale is forand merchants scheme to advertiseIs an honest cnt not a cash onlv No goods taken back but will exchange when necessary Many goods In this sale not mentioned in above for want of room We must our stock in the next 30 days to make room for spring goods PIANO FOR SALE- A Vine Cabinet Grand Plano nt a bargain Apply nt this olllco Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable residence of ten rooms necessary outbuildings Including Ice kouio and stable with latv attacked The la centrally locates ID HuatotiTlllc Possession given nt once For terms apply to Miss II V Logan Hus tonvlllo or Littonla Ky FOR SALE I A Chance of A Life Time My Entire Stock of General Merchandise Store House anti Lot For Halo or Hill sell my stock and rent storehouse and lot Host stand In Lincoln eo I V STEEL HCSTOSVIUB KT NEW LIVERY STABLES- WBUBSEiSJMPrcn JUNCTIONCITV KY a FlrstOliiM Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Bale PREACHERSVILLE INSTITUTE PREACH EKSV I LLE KV The flrst session of this school will open Jan11001 Our course of study leas com as that found In the ordinary high school including kitchen carden and patten In the department Tho common school branches Mathe mntie Sciences Lnncuugo and the llluli For further pirttculura J O McKcc Vrlnclpal J+ C4Mcc1MY UNDEfiTA EI Manufacturer and Dealcar In ASSESS SADDLERY 6sO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY 6 HAYSU- NDEBTASEBS DKALIRSIW Furniture DlallingsRug And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furniture for all of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK To Trie ficrrjocrats of Llrjcoli County At a meeting of the Domocratlc Count Committee hold In Stanford Ky on Sloe day Jan II 1001 the following resolution were adopted ordering n primary Hcctloi to bo held on Saturday the 16th day of March 1001 to nominate democratic candl dates for county olUcen to be voted for at the November election KtaoLVEn tat That a primary election beheld tn the ynrlou voting predict In Lincoln county on Saturday the 16th dal of March next between tho hours of 0 a m and 4 p m for tho purpose of nomlnatln candidate for the following ofllces to 00 voted for nt tho regular November election 1001 to wlti County Judge County Clark County Attorney Sheriff Jailer County Superintendent of Schools County Surveyor Assessor for the County Coroner Justlcnof tho Peace and Constable In each of the four magisterial districts of Lincoln county UC8OLVED Id That each person dcMrlnj to become u candidate at laId primary wits tlon for any of tho ofllces herelnbcfori named shall on or before 13 oclock noon en the lit day of March 1001 notify tin Chairman of tbe County Committee of hi Intention to become a candidate and pay to tho Treasurer of this committee the amount of the assessment required of neat candidate to defray the necessary and and proper expenses of holding Bald ry RESOLVED That at aid primari election all persona posteuing the neceuiri legal qualification of voters are demo erak and in honor bound to support the nominees thereof without reference h any qutttiont about which democrats hair di in State or national politics an cordially invited are expected and are tn titled to rote in said primantekelion- BESOL IBD1Ilc That all trite are democrats ana who will become of agt Ifore the November election 1001 and pro t to mpport the nominee thereof are entitled to rate in laid primary ICE8Ovio 5th That each candidate for tlio lollowlug uelces shall pay the amounts In order to have hits name printed upon tho ballots and to be voted for at said primary election Judgo fIO 00 Shorn 35 00 7ountyClorkeyy 4000 40 00 Jaunty 40 00 isscssor 00 aller 19 00 tcpresentutlve for tho County 6 00 HESOLVED That election hall beheld under and couductbd In strict accordance with tholawof this Common roalth regulating and controlling the con lost of primary WS DoRcn It 0 WAnnin SecretaryChairman f i rt CCOOOOOOOOOOOO OOQOOOOOOOCJ000 J a NEW FIRM 0 I p 1 Having sold n half Interest In buggy and Implement builncu tocoj bo conducted under pMr A M Pcncethe new business 0thefirm name of 0 GA SOt PEffCE p We will keep In stock at nil times n handsome line of gagoAlso Farming Implements In addition vro wilt liandlo all kinds of 0grain Oorn Oats etc sloping you will the now 0 firm with your patronage 1 Iltspl Y musl70 W A CARSON 0U n O 00000000 0000000 O O 000OO OOO- y ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooy g o CHINN FRYE gI g Brokers go 0 D Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky g o Cog Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain 0 Provisions and Investment o o Securities Bought and Sold go 0 o Orders by mail or telegraph promptly g executed o 0 O Bank and Commercial Hefcrcncfs Long Dittan o Telephone 510 000000000000000000000000000000000000I SSSS I SSISSI0ISSSIS SSS IIS Just Received I v e Our Stock of New Spring Shoes THE ECLIPSE Manufactured by Hel mers Betman Co is the r greatest 350 shoe on market For Style Material and Workmanship they ran not be excelled W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky New Goods New Firm And Every Day la Bargain Day Where You F- indEverytingPerfectly Freslj And you boo a Nitro New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goats delivered promptly Call and Ice usfW W SAUNDERS X CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street I J tit vNN1M K1M1 1rNN1 NWo HUG ft Full LIne of i Ledgers i Journals e I Day and Cash Boo s iI For the NewiYear Good Gosh at Low Prlcot PennYStore iTELEPHONE NO2 TB soutnern mutual investment Do OF LEXINGTON KYrINSURANCE RECTER SED 1I i lYe pay while you live Old Line Companies pity When you die Which Over 300000 puid in Living BcnefitsIOver 120000 Reserve and Surplus 60000 Paid in Maturities in September Further particulars apply toJ C Bailey or Jolla CT Ausa N tin Special Agent Bradfordsvillc Ky r W BMcROBERTSJ Freshest ofDrugs and Sundries J At Lowest Prices oj Yyy