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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 12 1901 9 A M NO9 Instructions to Election Ofllcors tsl The ofllcori should meet and open the poll promptly at AI and close at r standard time llefore enterIng upon their duties tho ofllcors should take an oath before Dime olHcor nunllflcJ to ticlmlnUtor an oath to faithfully perform their duties na such olllcert It no officer It present to adinluU fur the oath then the clerk way admlnUler the oath to judge and ihorllT and then one Of the judge should administer the oath to the clerk Tho aliBrtff ihould thou announco publicly at the door that the poll U open for for votog- SJ In case any ofllcor appointed does not appear and qnalffy within 30 minute after the time for opening the palls the other jxrsor n onicor appear within that time then the qualified voters present may elect the olll cert by viva voce YOW and they then qualify and conduct the election 5 The conduct of the election during tho day should be u In regular elections Any person expotlng hi ballot to show how he voted Uses his veto and la not allowed an other ballot and tho one expood can not be deposited In the ballot lax In caw of any pcnoa who is unable to read the ballot and to declare under oath the clerk sushi o the praenee of the judge and the sher iff make it dot with a pencil In the appro pilafs place according to the declared In tention of the party to rote Tho roter ball then take the ballot to tho booth by lilmiclf and rote and return the same folded In case of a blind person the clerk shall mark the ballot In tho presenco of the judges and the sucrlffaud then told the same and deliver to one of the judges to bo deposited In the box No election ofllcer ca go Into the booth with a rotor to auhtt In t marking his ballot under any circumstan ces Time challengers have a right to reins In the voting place during the voting An rMn his the right to challenge roter ti but he must tate the grounds of the chal lenge In writing and send them Into t l judges Anyiwrnnwhorefusestoallow- challenger a to perform hit dutyor hinders him In the same b deemed guilty of a mN demeanor When tho pull h closed the In spector Is admitted to tho voting place s has the right to remain there till Ue roto counted and any person who refute to I low an lniocu r to perform his duty hinders him In the same Is deemed guilty of a misdemeanor 8 When the line arrive for closing the lolls tho sheriff announces at the door that the polls are closed then without separa Ingj the oaken should proceed to count thn solo In the protence of the Inspector and make a certiorate or all of the you cant tadfor whom This certificate should t and placed In a sealed linen envelop- and stamped with the primary flection wand al returned to W 8 Burch secretary of the county committee In the circuit clerks ofllce Stanford Ky They should also giro duplicate certificates to the Inspectors If they demand the same All ballot about which there Is no ciuwtloa should bo kept soparatoand sealed In tho largollnt cnre t lope stamped with the primary election seal and placed In the ballot hates If there aro thtlonordoubtlnthey should bo placed In a separate scaled envelope but ant the oflleeni should en dorso over their signatures on the back each questioned ballot whetheror not It wits cpuuted and If counted for whom counted Thl Is necessary to enable the county com mitted to properly decldo upon the matter Allepolled ballots that U ballots that were not cost are destroyed at tho close of tho e poll At the close of tho polls and before tho ballot box Is opened tho officer of tho elec tion shall count tile remaining ballots have not Lean used and tear them from books cud destroy thorn by burning and their certificate of the result of thin election t hey shall certify how many ballots were not u od and destroyed 7 After tho ballots uro courted and cer- tlfleatus made out tho oQlccrs plnco tho cor tltlaate of tho return and the questioned ballots and tally feels In tho ballot box and look the same and give till keys to onu of the Judges and tho ballot fox and stub books to this sheriff to be returned by hl with ono of tho judges of tho election to Slturchs nocreury of tho county commit too In clerk ofllco of tho Lincoln circuit court within two days that Is not Ist than Monday March 10th Tho curt cato of tho returns and tally sheet and tho uuquesllonedIenvelopes Tbo secretary ot tho count committee will open tho boxes In tho mcuof tho judges and tho ShurQ and to out the cortlflcuto of time returns and tho 11envelopes and shall satisfy himself of tho condition of said packages and ab11 again r replace iaj packages In the ballot box a- mjade relock said lax In tho presence of ono of t givingdpt a that the package In said box ama properly sealed und stamped and that ho hiss roplu- ed said packages lu soil lax and rulock thosumo and has the key to same 80u the third day after the election that Isou Tuesday March Otli the county committee wilt miia at tho courthouse In Slanfordat 10 oclock AM mid they wilt first bo sworn by some olllcor who Is author e ized to administer an oath to faithfully and honestly perform tho duty of canvassing voto They will then open tho certl cates of the returns of each product and count the vote and also open and examine any questioned ballots und decide upon thcsni and thereupon It Is hU duty to declare the candidates receiving tall highest number of vote the nominees for tho various ofil and issue certificates over tbo signature the chairman and the secretary In the caw of a contest it is the duty of the mittee to hear and determine who Is nominee and in the case of a tie tote tor proIvldunominee 0 An act or deed denounced as an offense by the Oonorul Laws of tho State concern elections Lio grnIs provided for the pool hhout of similar offense by tho General Law Tho law Ini poses upon election officers and tho commit pI tee tho strictest fairness Impartiality app hotiontvl land provides heavy pvualtlo for any manipulation or alterations of tho returns or Issuing a false certificate It 0 WAIIIIEK Chmn W 8 Ilimcn Becy LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Forcstus Raid will put In 150 acres of corn FOR SALtlOO owns and Iambi DarC Allen McKlnnoy William Moser old to D0 Alien Devon heifer at3Jo J 0 hays told to II 0 Bottom 11 long yearlings at 4c loldInMcCerlo8014Uq Mark llardln sold two sows and pig e last week at 818 and 121 anCornA Harris sale in Madison LyaIJn 13oplocountqJ F Cook sold to Dourbon county parties 125 feeders at 400 to 4 lo orcbought of Mr W J Carton a lot of corn at 12 at tbo crib U F Illllonmoycr says there will boa very short wheat crop In Kentucky slargabuncy h olio Montgomery county a five ypor Aeold brought 8000 soother 170U as a third 353- Kaubqn Gentry manager of Vondcr hilts niltmoro terms told 53 Berk ehlro hogs at 1102 MobleyULOn 10 eight heifer nt to J J Mosor told to George Lunsford a horse and raulo for 883 and to 0 P Huffman a fat cow at 335 countyhattof 100 sores near Hubble at 810 TJohntwo Handspring colts for 11000 Friday at Louisville a hogshead of cigarototo tag u now record William C Whitney It securing r4 tonal for too beet racing stable In world Ho hoe engaged the two to rldo for him In England The Marlon Falcon reports tbo sato AA1yearold work mules for 807 haveboulrl1tem lo Gutlirlp 0 T In a few dayt dltpoto of them at auction John McUaolel of the West a bettor farm than ho thought ofpad A gentleman tolls us that ho could lore bought It at 850 before sole but ho declined to take 8Jl 25 auction Commissioner of Agriculture Nall re ports too wheat crop 03 per cent compared with lest year crop 9U further damage U predicted on uccou of tho fly which reports show con ln ued lo work during the winter atGeorge H Phillip tbo young Chi cage operator who cornered November btoperation has been actively engaged In buying May wheat lately with the evident Intention of cornering COunT DAY Thuro were 27C calf at A B Florence stock pens ycttter day about all of which sold Some good yearlings went at close to Co a bunch of twoyearold brought 4 6 another 4o wbllo hollers sold at 3 3o Butcher cattle were In d rl soYmeadowland rceponIn lots to suit renter Dwelling and steal tenant house also 100 acres adlapain can be secured by applying al CIketY bThep resented to King Edward It IB oval chi caredte When found In Queensland It was Inch longer but It was broken In Ito process of removal It Is estimated be worth upward of 50000 n odWhat most people want Is something mild and fccnlle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Oil the bill to a dot They easy to take and pleasant in eflect sale by Craig Al locker Druggists Red Men of King Philip Trlbo No meeting1io of day night Important business order of Saohoai J W Lockrld e J D Adams chief of records Tbo boiler of a Chicago laundry exploded with terrific levee demolishing wouadlcodGov Naehl of Ohio refused to hoc Beckhamerequleltlo4torTuggthe Itb le Intent to kill IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J B Folger 10 killed himself while hunting In Jessamine county IThu grand stead of the Lebanon fair burned Lost 85000ThMrs Nanny Saner was robbed of 8867 her savings for years Harlwcll Casey county and Idalla Madison county are new Kentucky post offices An olUco has been established at Whitman Whitley countywith P M Jones as Postmaster Sam Crouch was arrested in Coving ton and returned to Irvine for stealing a horse from John Stuart John Hlbbard living near Cedarvhlle Hockaetlo county loaf his house bar hiWat Perryvllle employing 20 loads and making 300 dozen brooms a week At London Sunday Tllford Jones residence was demolished and tbo Sue Bennett College damaged by a storm Fred Grlllln a demented youth from Pulatkl seal arrested in Madison Ho bad on his person a pistol two knives pndHeber Snyder aged four whoso par eats live at Jclllcn was burned to death by the Igniting of lu clothes from a grata fire Tbo coroners jury found that Peter Bryant a boy of 10 killed tho man Curry In Adair The boy and bit moth are In Jail H Stephenson was found dead on tb public highway near Jamestown was 05 years old and a hard drinker No marks of violence Jim Trammell and Isom Bunch quar reled over a mullet In Whitley a fought a pistol duel In which Tram disappeardThe Rev W H Winters an age Melbodlst minister of Milton toll Ira m a ttablo loft and was Instantly killed flo was too father of ono of William Craig wives Jack Saundcrs colored was arrested atJolllcororebuott4g Wesley Hlgglns a conductor on tbo Queen and Crescent tbo olTenso being committed In Pulaski county somo lltno ago Mary Wilson aged eight and Tom urner of Bell county 11 wont to a and asked to bo married but were returned to their parents who gave the children a spanking Mrt Jessie C Roller postmistress at Livingston Is accepting bids for the maRess l Middle Fork with a veto rural delivery along tbo route of 21 miles effective pril 15 A corps of civil engncera aro at Liv Alaem survey year ar a railroad 12 miles from that place up Brush Creek lo Jackson county to throb4a r Tuur ner lieutenant of pollco of Middles hero and lake him to the mountain fretntarrest of three of too mountaineers A nice compliment was paid Capt R M Jackson by his admiring friends when ho was presented With a sword by them The party took too captain completely by surprise and ho wall hardly able to express his high appre madtohappy manner Mountain Democrat Rufus Wootton and John Evora 0were shot and killed by Denton Me toeedr a physician of Knott county Wootton Evcrago and Blalno Combs had ridden by Mcsscurs homo fired Into his house and as they rotor ed a general fight ensued Rufus Woot ton and Blalno Combs were In ibb liel llfleldKclly tight which occurred Lelcher county a short time ago Attempts to effect a jail delivery on tbo part of John and Charley Shotw ell wore frustrated by Jailor Bennett at Willlamsburg Iron bars and flies bad een smuggled In to the men and ono was heard to toll tbo other that as soon as he was furnished a pistol they would bo ready to vacate As a result all vii LOn to the Sbotwells have boon barred broke out again In Clav Friday toWhile the Garrards wore In the law ofllco of Sam Kash arranging 10 sign the bones of Julo Webb Dennis and William McCpllln and Taylor Spurlock who had boon granted a change of re aForof Abe Gilbert and Chat Hall in that county some ono fired a dou6le barr ed shotgun from too courthouse 1a thaolAcaofiaehInafewseco4deovBY fir was shot through the car and Stevo Spurlock through the arm Judgo Tins ley at once adjourned court till tho next day A lame shoulder Is usually caused beora tr Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig de Hocker Druggists LANCASTERI MondayG of mules from J L Francis for 8100 ter and wifetRoy of Richmond PresbyterianW B Mason deputy circuit clerkreports a very docket for the term of circuit court orlanlzoaLoyaldo not attend any Sunday school shoatfordaa t U pricnDrnL O Gucrrunt of Wilmoro to assist beginSunday berbomtfolkand family attended the funeral of Nicbolasvillefueeday daughterMr of GrayHobbseumonia Mr and Acre T C Curry gavo an elaborate dining Friday to a number of MrsAtbo guests Miss MUeMarkeburyfsconvalaecen- alter t a spoil of 10 days Jas sevoraldaysN Carpenters estate floeepaperingandof too Blue Grass League visitors Liddk reacbedhercovered from tbo effects of typhoid a sisterAnother accident in tbo way of run slag a rusty nail into the loot has be abouttbroocult Is feared as such serious cane lliorbtcutsAn electrician from New York will arrive this week to perfect tbo XRays DrJparatus cost e500 and It very likely theonly ono for medical use outside of Louisville or Lexington basbeeofollowlopresIdenLSecretary Miss Besslo Batson Corre CbarlleCollierDr Frances Wood of Iowa and a fromManllawlllhouse on the 20th under tbo auspices of1C n T Ul ill Bccompa11rd willboldof the 21st DavlArnoldof this city accidentally soot himself vlcloItyofHo had vouched his 20th year and is tbo son of Mrs Margaret Folger who un atDrantavllloIUuhmonSaturday hePrethforchurcbheretbelrS11cramentalalcharter members of that church The musical and declamatory contest to be hold Friday night at the Opera tarso of ihe lown will be represented in the en 6pCekalewill withnNormaJoImore McRoberts1oers Green Clay Walker Marshall Denny CarltonTo The Democrats of Lincoln Tiara seems to bo an erroneous opin wltbdrawlnll I baodleappedthe outset and because of limited acquaintance and not because of any Mwconfess I did hope withdrawal would benefit him simply because I fall- sa I now do It was for too interest of too ticket for me to so act and I think given4dplaces would want a representative on reaffirmbo mlnowbofrlondstothis coolest that tho opinions express laeOrmuklnKcountybyttrengtbJ011N redcloud = v 0 lW v ==U je Have Hunt No Banners 3 j ON OUR OUTER WALLSIIla andiffI JJcIjr than cost If you are bargain I i bunting como fous J IJJ IT PAYS TO TRADEAT 1 THE GLOBE JMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing J 11i 11 JmILLEint back RSDir satisfied Danville t Successors to J L Frphman Co 4 lIi t= + 6 eI== wf= = Let Us r1 Dress You For Spring New Suits New Shoes New Hats New Line of Furnishings and Fifty Dozen New Spring Shirts lOur styles are rightSee a CUMMINS McCLSRY Ii A C SNEIdCONTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andIguarantee that I have been in business here SashaLumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered This Is The Best Clothes Wringer Made WARRANTY The rolls In this Improved Popular Clothes Wringer are soft and elastic and aro 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 tree of charge HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford =TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO Craig locker Stanford i For Accuracy and Low Prices 5 r r LIJoTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL cTE C WALTON TUB candidates In tho primary raco have at last reached tjo home streteh and beforp the week ends tho democrats who arc tho judges will have de gilded who aro entitled to tho prizes It la difficult to foreshadow the result sinceeach candidate is apparently so confident of success but whatever h may be there Is every indication that It will be cheerfully acquiesced In and that those who now claim to bo sucb honest and true democrats will not f and pout and finally land in the repub- lIcan party like some of the candIdates did after the last primary to their last lag shame bo it told The men beforn the people today are made of better stuff and whether they are nominator not we are sure will pull off their coats and roll up their sleeves to work for the whole ticket Everyman wbo y feels himself a democrat and who will feel himself in honor bound to support tho nominees can participate in the primary and the committee has extend ed them a cordial Invitation to do so I With many of the disturbing questions that divided democrats either or relegated to the rear there Is setiledI reason for those who desire and safest local government to aid In the selection and election of the beat men for the offices and we take it that every man with a spark of democrat principle remaining will gladly avail himself of the opportunity tocomebac into the fold and help ua guarantee to the people of the county the best pOSe Bible conduct of their affairs Wo have good material to select a ticket Iron Let every democrat feel it his duty to go to the polls Saturday next and help in the selection A full vote means ai largo vote and makes the assurance final victory doubly sure TUB four republican judges of the court of appeals in an opinion wrotea by Judge Gully the three democrats dissenting have overruled a long line of decisions by the courts of this another States It was In the case of n Henry county man and holds that In eroas examination of a witness ho cannot be required to answer anv question the answer to which would show that he bad been guilty of any misdemeai or accused or convicted of any crlm and that such facts can not be proved by other witnesses The majority went outside of the record to make this rol ing which is said to be for the purpose of giving an easy chance to verse the case of Jim Howard sentence ed to hang for killing Gov Goebel Judge Hobson In a dissenting opinion scores the republican majority for overruling established precedents and bringing the court into contempt by reversing itself WHEN asked his opinion of McKlc anCmatter at any length and would repl as President Lincoln is said to have remarked on a certain occasion when asked his opinion of a certain matter lilt was a most excellent thing for those g who like it Mr Lincoln never used the words and Mr Bryan should be more accurate Wbat the great eman clpator said was I would think tbat1 people who like that sort of thing would find it the sort of thing they like IT looks very much like there was a deal between President McKinley and Senator Carter of Montana Ho talked the river and harbor bill to death In order to save McKinley the reaponsl bllity of vetoing it and the president has rewarded him by giving him ono of the St Louis fair grafts at 85000 a year Which recalls the old saying that there Is many ways to kill a Jog besides choking hIm to death with but ter SENATOR LINDSAY has been rewarded for hid perfidlty tothe deraosratlc par t ty President McKinley has given him one of the 85000 sinecures known as commissioners of the St Louis fair- Lindsay was once of the rose of expect any of the democratic party which delighted to do him honor Now there is none worthy of the name of demo oral who regards him except with aversion and contempt DELAWARE will be without representation in the U S Senate for two years which is decidedly preferable to having such a man as Gas Addlcks In the body Tno Legislature adjourned f without making a choice Col DuPont could have been elected to the long term if he had agreed that Ad dicks should have the short but bo pa trlotlcally declined to enter into such agreementwTUB president Is caring tar many of the Senatorial mendicants Lindsay Carlisle and Tnurston have been made St Louls Fair commissioners at 85000 a year and Bill Cbandlnr a commie sinner to carry into effect the treaty with Spain Pettigrow is destined top remain out In the cold however TUE indication aro that Gov W O Bradley will land the Federal judge ship prizes he Is the only man on whom the factions can unite Beldea be Is about the only man mentioned who la competent to fill the positions THERE is no disguising the fact tbat the political complexion of the next Kentucky Senate Is in doubt thou h the chances favor th democrats Of the 10 bold over Senators only seven are reliably democratic Barrel elected as a democrat having voted with the republicans at the last session Nineteen now Senators are to be elected and to make sure of controlling the Senate the democrats must elect 13 of them There are six doubtful district The democrats must win ono to tlo the republicans and two to have a major- Ity On the other hand the republ cans must win five of tbem to tie and all to have a majority A great deal depends on the result as the side tbat has the majority will elect a preslden who will be exofllcio tho lieutenant governor there being no regular lieutenant governor since the death of Gov Goebel The nominations so far made by the democrats have shown wledo and if the plan to select only the best men is followed the apparently once tail situation will be relieved of every element of doubt TUB Lexington Herald received 122 answers to its requests of 200 Ken tuoklans to namo 12 of the greatest of the States dead and strange to say no two lists were the same The total number of statesmen named was 109 Henrr Clays name appeared In everyone Boones Johnsons and R J BrecklnrldgeV In 60 Dr McDowell 54 and Isaac Shelbys In 41 Three persons named William Goebel amoni the number The 12 whoso names appear on the greatest number of hsts are Henry Clay Abraham Lincoln John O Breokinridgo George Roger Clark Jefferson Davis John J Grit tenden George Robertson Dante Boono Albert Sidney Johnston Rober Jefferson Brecklnrldgo George D Prentice Ephralm McDowell Tbe contest has proven an educating oDd interesting one and a source of prod and pleasure to the two students wbo came nearest to naming the list tbey receiving 810 and 5 respectively TUB Kenton county political war h practically settled both of the faction having agreed to leave all questions to Chairman Allle Young and abide by his decision Both sides havo mad their pleas before him and he has tak en the whole matter under advisement It is to be hoped that he can render a decision that will please all parties and that white winged peace will hover oei the warring factions which have had for their motto to this time We wll rule or ruin the democratic party THE Sunday Critic of Louisville has been resurrected with Ed D Shinnlcl editor and B F Lippold business man ager who announce that It will be democratic to the marrow bone May it live long and prosper In promulgat ing the principles of that peerless party MR WATTERSOX spoke of ono of those maggots that Infest the rural press of the State which leads the other maggots in barefaced lies without spcclfjrlngand vow every little maggot Is standing on Its bindlegs and wondering If he means me TUB Louisville Times thinks that those antlGoebollte law committees will find Gov Bcckham guilty and sentence him to be shot from ambush without benefit of clergy It would be lust like them considering their composition POLITICAL The Indiana Senate tabled a bill to give women suffrage Miss Lizzie King has been appointed postmaster at Burgin The previous question has not been ordered In the United States Senate In 112 years of Its life Senator Jones of Arkansas will continue aa the leader of the democratic ilnorlty In the Senate Hewitt Green of Louisville was orainatcd and confirmed as secretary to the Guatamala and Honduras loge ionParis Gibson democrat u rank outsider in the race for United States en- ator in Montana was elected to that olllce Senator William P Frye of Maine was reelected unanimously President pro tern ro of the Senate to serve dur- Ing the pleasure of the Senate James G Woodward who was 1m mched for drunkenness while Mayor of Atlanta thinks ho gubernatorial tImber aQa may run for governor The Shelbyville Sentinel says that mgressman George G Gilbert baa returned borne looking resplendent In a hobby silk bat of the latest style Addlcks the gas man bus again failed of election to tbe Senate from Dole ware seven republicans combining Iylth tho democrats to finally beat him The Texas Legislature baa decided to submit a popular vote an amendment to the State Constitution making theI payment of a poll tax a prerequisite to Ling ExPresident Hat rleons condition la lunginflamedof She congestion extending to both Beokhnm made regulation on- the GOT ar of Ohio for the return of jUfjtlcoTultllenucleus assault Holland Whittaker has withdrawn from the race for jailer In Butler county because the Indictment against him arcing him with the murder of Gov Goebel has not been quashed The President Is said to have Informed Senator Deboe that he must submit a now Hat of recommendations for the olllces In the liastern Kentucky judicial district It Is believed Dcbdo will now indorse Bradley for the judgeship The total appropriation for military and naval purposes made by the republican congress aggregate 812420524 8 This means that tho head ot the aver ago family ot five persons must pay this yeur about 528 as his share of tbo taxation necessary to meet this mlllt ry outlay NEWS NOTES LJv B Harris of Christian count shot and fatally wounded John Mason a tenantAn year old boy U In jell at Greenville Tenn charged with barn burning Boone Shirley was killed by falllt on a circular saw In motion near TIl them Springs Thomas Hunter was hold at Taylor vl lie without ball for the murder of Presley Walker Jr The jury in the Mrs Nation case at Wichita Kan failed to agree and they have been discharged Sobreo Webster county lost two grocery stores a millinery a resident and the Phtvnlx Hotel by tire Miss Mattie Anderson died at Bristol Tenn from tbe effects of a shock 01 oisloned by her father hanging him self Cemeteries are not taxable ncltbe Is the fund accummulatlng from tho business decides Judge Parker at Lox Ington Investigation by Federal ofllcera Is said to have disclosed the prevalent of the bubonic plague In San Pranclsci to an alaming extent The Missouri Legislature has passed and the governor has signed a bill making kidnaping a capital offense and It goes Into effect at once Chas Rogers who fatally wounded bU wife and stepfather at Tern Haute Ind was removed to lodlanap olla to prevent a lynching George Hale la In jail at Glatgov charged with an attempt to ateaul Mar Minnie Eatman He la the vouni womans uncle by marriage- P Q Allen a wealthy plantatloi owner of near Columbia S C dropper dead when told that the grand jury had indicted him in a labor slavery case The court of appeals has entered new rule It Is that typewritten transcripts must be made with black ribbon and only on one side of the paper Ollte Harteougb of Owenton a beau tlful girl 10 years of age and a pupil at the Cincinnati Conservatory for onlj two weeks was killed by a folding bed A strike Involving 2500 miners nod and the closing of 40 Kentucky coal- mines Is threatened unless the opera tors and workers can agree upon i scaleThree American women expecting children two of whom want boys and the other a girl have gone to Paris to test Dr Schnecks theory as to sex de termination Hon W B Webber of Harrison connty celebrated his 84th birthday in tbe 4lh with a young wife and a threeyearold son tbe only heirs tot large fortune The case against T J Carson pro irlelor of the Dixlana Stud for shoot log Polographer W E Singleton was dismissed at Lexington owing to the death of Slnlcton- Preslcenl Williams of the Seaboard Mr Line says that tbe road has not been acquired by the Louisville and tfaehvlllo interests and he says it it tot for sale at any price Tbo grand jury of Anderson connty S C which has been investigating tbe alleged confinement guiltless negroes In cpnvict stockade camps hat made a report declaring that a state of practl cal slavery exists in that country Charges are preferred against several prominent planters A crowd of 30 or more Paducah cltl cns with a bundle of switches and a bucket of tar entered the home of Charles Tyler the Negro fined 850 Biter a confession of Intimacy with Mrs Same Barnes a white woman Tyler could not be found after several ouses wero earched New Yorkers are promised cheap lepbono service by the Atlantic Telephone Company No change Is to be made for putting in tho instrnmont but y a nlcklelntheslot device the ma nine can be used The yearly cost of- the Instrument will be regulated there lore by the amount of its use A cyclone struck Wills Point Texas 14 dwellings and damaging otber buildings Four persons are dead and a number of others Injured some of whom will probably die TbeI property loss at a conservative estl mate Is 850000 At Terrell Texas there was a waterspout and several people are reported missing Reuben Maflltt a resident of Girard Ga died from the effects of smoking Caretts Ho was never known to bo Ithout a cigarette and consumed from 15 to 20 packages a day On his death bed ha would ask for them and after loslall his voice would make signs HIs nnllers were a deep yellow and the attending physicians stated that his lungs were in the same condition Low rates Queen S Crescent Route to the following meetings United Mine- Workers of America Knoxvllle Moh- 131B Knl hts of Honor Grand Lodge unlucky Louisville April 011 Med- Ical Society of Tennessee Nashville April Oth to 11th United Order of- Golden Cross Paducab Ky April 1112 Call on Ticket Agents for fur ther particulars l 1i t1 f i fWi7K Lr p 1 J j f7 Zk J k LrV 11 1t LrIY1 f1fai 1JiITj Ato 1t 1tkrr 1t ll T Another Week of Striking Valuesc At t ftf r1I The Louisville Storei r f 200 pairs mene wool pants actual rnhio of goods 32 will so this week at 08I Boys knee pants lOc Boyslong pants in Jeans 43c Mens all wool doeskin jeans pants as long as they last OOo Mens single and double breasted cutaway worsted only 4P8 Mens fancy worsted snits straight and round cut worth 760 our price 403 Stacks of new sprint suits aro coming in everyday at prices that surprise you Percale worth lOc cur price Co Yard wdo Brown Cotton worth Gc at 5c Yard wide Bleach Cotton worth OJcnt 4c Best brands of Cotton oilier people ask 8o lor saUlt oar price 7tc 2000 yards Hamburg bought at 50c on the dollar We can save you nt least half on 1000 these JOOIlsI10 dozen 13x20 check linen w Fancy border linen town a 16x27 worth 16c 3cI Fancy border linen towels 10x20 Nancy linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c 15c All linen blue bordered towels 39121MHie White lincnfrlngod towels 41x21 worth 35c 2fc nearl buttons worth 10 and 16c 50perFancy blue and red per yard this week only lie 10lnth linen crash per only ac 600 yards fanny webbing worth lOc this week 3n a spools machine thread lOc Ladles leather belts all sizes patent fasten era worth 25r tills week only Dc England declines to let ua build tht Nlcnraugua canal like wo want to Cyclones were abroad in the land Suuday Chicago suffered to the amount of 175000 At Conway Ark 15 bus mess houses were unroofed and three blown down A boy was tallied at Plea Prairie At Clinton Ky several hour es were demolished and seven freight care blown off the track At Ulckraar a church was blown down and a drug store partly demo libed and in Mc Cracken county three churcbca and many houses barn and stablei were destroyed County Judge JAS P BAILEY JD SWOPE For County Clerk CEO B COOPER For Sheriff M 8 BAUGHMAN 0 C BAKER- J M CARTER 8r GEO 8 CARPENTER- T J HILL For Jailer JOHN C PEPPLE8 GEOAEUBANKSJ W HERRIN DINK FARMER E D KENNEDY v For AssessorCH- ARLES L CROW WM LANDQRAF JOE T EMERY SAMUEL M OWENS GUS McCORMACK CHARLES L DAWES- M G REYNOLDS For Representative ANDREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH School SuperintendentGA- RLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE McKINNEY Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLARD MagistrateJA C S ROGERS JUHN WALTER DR CLIFTON FOWLER PRUITT BROS MORELANI KY Furniture Arid Undertaking i iLadles patent leather Mil heavy gilded lworth 35c dont titles thin clinnce this week 15o olxOD bleach undo slioW this work 4IUJ 7rf7x722j yard laco curtains worth lHo this week 48c i3 yard lace curtains only 72c 1et Anther MR shipment of ladies kU gloves i wotth 100 and II 23 our prlcoOo and OPok4 f VJIIIOne lot of childrens nchool shoes 8 to 11 1they are worth docks the money but go at 48eiSpecial reduction In our line of Ladies and Mens Show l of and CDmatlie6 JtAM linen shades plain and frlngvdrworti tOe 25c- boo dozen linen collate worth llie our price OcjJMen suspenders CiMenMens heavy gray mixed cotton sox other ask you pair our price 2 pair for ISo One lot of pnikadot shirt waUt In wool two ton customer worth jnil week only 3f10Uladies black flguod dries skirl worth f 130 08o Ladies nil wool rainy day skirts108- Tlllue Drab and Wlnlo Short Walt Corset Illulr They aro worth double the money cathr Tip Corclls the Iooet ramie only When you are ready to do hou o cleaning remember that Wither earrfae tho lagrtt tied brat anolincnl of Carpets MailiNgs Rugs Wall Paper Window Shade Picture Frames J c JAnd an up to late IIH of FUKNITUHE A child can buy anything In the house at a ba- rgainaNEJ PRICE T We mybouCiutomers from n distance will find title stock second to none in Central W W Withers StanfordIh Sometfiing New I IT WILL fHARD WORK EASY Icllleilioreined ugly but after a trial 1stn con vinced it is very cheap IFB E J FOIl SALE BY DnowNrGEO He FARRIS 1 fi Take Advantage Of The Great Sacrifice SaleWhich Is still olngon at THE IUOKEP STOHE worthllOjChlldrensMens 2 pOle now Ooc Youths pants now 40c 1000 pairs knee pants to bo sold cheap at 14o to 48c all sizes SHOES Mens Hh os from taGe to l3liO MShoes from 50c to 82 50 Childrens Shoes from 20c to Sl26 Mells Rubbers all- sizes for lOc a pair mens night shirts worth nao now Jge mens fine undorwear now IDe wool tlccce underwenrworth fl now 43c Hue top shirts for DOc mens calicoesfromladles hnnclkuchlel silks satinet ot slaughtering prices Thousands oi other bargains will be sold which I havent pi nee to mention Como and seo foryourself The Racket Store Stanford KyrJacob Ginsburff Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Hank + n tI QjrZ DANVILLE KENTUCKY New Spring t Dry6oodsfork After spending the month wfi are home with the best selected stock we have ever had hopcrearly if only to look lull see what is to bo had then yon can plan your wardrobe bettor Dress Goods Ihilothe demand for wool dress goods is not so large as in the fall wo have to prepare for it The new things j are thin goods such as Eolians Veilings AVool Crepes Al balros c These as well as cloth for tailor gowns 11 I have in nil colors READY TO WEAR GARMENTS An extensive line of finely made tailor suits made t fit and hold their shapes prices from y8up nil alterations made free of charge t Silk waists in black and colors from 150 to 850 Separate skirts in walking lengths front 3 to 750 Long skirts in wool silks and grenadines from JJ50 to JO1 SILKS This is to 10 a silk year We show 50 designs in I Printed Foulards from Gucto 5110 This is to be their biggest season Plain silks in Penn De Chcne Sultana t Taffeta wash Tafieta c in every shade Big line of finest quality corded wash silks in pure white and cameo shadings at fiDe per yard New Wash Goods t tBml1oielelcd Swiss in white and colors in 10 designs at l to per I Printed Dotted Swiss in new and beautiful designs at 15c in 25 patterns French Dimities in new told dainty patterns at 25 cts 1 Domestic Dimities Batistes and Lawns in over 100 dc signs at 10 and 12jc Tissues in more than 30 styles at 25c 200 pieces of Ginghams not a bad pattern in the to at lOc 12Jc 15c KUc 25c and 35c We will not only save you money on wash goods hut will please you in va riety of styles told colors DRESS TRIMMINGS Everything needed to trim any dress from a Lawn to a Silk Wo show a great line of Point Ycnisc bands in ccr and white and black in straight rind serpentine gold em bloide1 eel bauds Persian bands quillings Liberty nil pings lace silk and mouselinc all over yokings fcc C INe York Mills Sheeting In short lengths from 10 to 20 yards 94at 22Ac t regular price J0c 104 at 25c regular price 33Jc rJALLOVER LACES 50c YARD This is a lot of about 500 yards which we put on spec ial sale today There are 80 styles suitable for laistIC yokes c find values are excellent You will or more WRISt lengths sure if you see them tll1ffrdttDANVILLE KENTUCKY ji FHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 121001In OUR prescription work IB unsurpass PnonyeDrug PERSONALS MRs AMERICA ROUT la quite sick with vertigo W S WARREN and wife bavo both been of grip COL A J RICE of Garrard la very with rheumatism Miss MARY McAKKB Is back from a visit to friends at Lexington Miss SALUK GIVENS who has born ImprovingD Ruckcrof Paint Lick wero bero Sunday C U MAIICCM of Pulaskl la visit log ble uncle Columbus Bishop CHAKLIK SAUKLEY Is la Lexington visiting his brother Sholton M Saute ley J T JONES and W H Heater are rejoicing over the arrival of laugh sere J C COULTER James Glbony and Lincoln Welle of Casey attended court hero yesterday J A HAMMONDS our good Hubble correspondent went to Louisville yea torday to buy goods Miss DESSIK MATTIIIS of Milan Tenn Miss Mary Phillips pretty trim againeDNA an Oxford 0 beauty la the guest of Mlsa Camlllo Hopper at tluatonvlllo Mss ANNIE UIIONAUGII of Crab Orchard spent a week with her grandmother Mrs Mary DronaulthITits Heading and Fancy Work Club will meet with biro William Severance oclocko the Oklahoma lever and will sell out conn and go there we are sorry to say Mns C R THOMAS and lone Itobrr- and Charlie of Independence Mo arc visiting the family of E T Pence McKinneyhaaBryant L Stratton Business College W II WEAREN waa chosen to collect tho graded school tax voted a tow days ago Ho collects It for five per cent JUDO M C SAUFIEV has the grit and bad to get lion R C Warren to hold court for him at Lancaster yesterday Mils O J THURMOND la vlettin her father Mr S H Helm of Lin coin who la slowly recovering from a serious attack of grip Miss MAYDEK EAOAN the attractive llttlo Mlsslsalpplan who has been the guest of the Misses Woods returned to Crystal Springs yesterday MISSES MARY AND PEARL HORN SIDE respectively of Lancaster at Point Lcavel returned home Surds attar a visit to friends hero JOHN A BtTCHAXAN was up from Louisville Saturday to eco how his brother Andrew W Buchanan waa getting on in his race for representa live MRS ELIZA BLAIN went to Thomas vllle Ga Friday to see her brother James D Gentry who la III A letter tram her yesterday stated that ho baa a very aggravated case of grip MRS W G LACKEY otSt Louis tho pretty bride of a young man of whom Stanford Is deservedly proud ar numcroute MR J B ADAMS of Huatonvlllc but of hire Hannah Sweeney a lot on East Main Street for 8600 and will build a twostory residence on It Mr Adams married a Miss Twldwell and travels for the PerterBower Drug Company Ho and his family will bo welcomed to Danville Advocate LOCALS IIBRINp mo your eggs P H Davis UlTODATE tinting dono at Mlea Sa craya eREnD Tho Store adver Loot I am paying 0 cents for old hens P H Davis DIG reduction on bulgyrobes to close winter stock J C McClary CLOTHES Wringers at Geo H Farris S Gos with a five ycar guarantee READ George H Farris L Gos vertisement It will Interest youIt ROYAL tailoring Is tailoring tailored right See samples at Cummins ft McClarys 2t WE are making very close prices on Groceries c for 10 days Warren C Shanks THERE was a great deal of drunkenness here yesterday and Marshal Jones and Assistant Grcer landed a half or moro drunken men in jail AN appear in the list of on cers to preside in tbo Crab Orchard district In the primary Saturday Fol lowing Is the correct list No A Thompson Jack Hayden Judges M Harris clerk John Sutton sheriff ItofH Bronaugh challenger No 2 S A Mlddloton Sam Chandler judges A Boazloy clerk Levi Elder eheri James C Hays challenger HAVE your photo made at Miss Sa Crays CHATTANOOOA Chilled Plows and all kinds of Harness Geo H Farris Co + A FEW days oreof cold weather will exhaust our supply of cool J II Baugbman Co Go to foreembroideries laces kid gloves and hosiery You cant beat tbo lines they show THE latest thing Is a Cast Range with eteel ovens 25 per cent saving inVloch G H Farrls iCo AL G FIELDS Minstrels in all their comprehensiveness and originality at Waltons Opera House March 21 THE candidate was greatly In evl dcnce yesterday and buttonholing was the order of the day It was the last good change before the primary to see tho dear voterD- EMOCRATS Fshould pay no attention to the republicans who aro trying to talk them out of participating In the primary Saturday Their motive Is readily apparent MOST of the courtcrowd yester day spent their time watching the pro cess of raising the big polo at tho tele topsanythlnlInstanding in the forrest at Highland IN tho county court yesterday S B Caldwell qualified as administrator of J R Napier after Mrs Bottle J Caldwell had relinquished her right to do so Mrs Sarah Kelley qualified as administratrix of W R Kelley These and some road orders made up the work of the day- WALTEnJohn a Walter a good democrat and citizen announces for magistrate In this Issue and he has lots of friends who hope and beltovn he will win Mr Walter realizes that tho of andtit alike to himself and party DR CLIFTON Fityesterday yielded to the solicitation of many democrats and became candidate for magistrate in this district As the bal tots have been printed his name will have to be written by those who vote for him In the square at the end of the dotted line boow the other candidates for magistrate demogmy DKennedyyesterday as he showed us the poll book in the race of Hon R C Warron against Elder J Q Montgomery for representative a number of years ago thatdHeyCIRCUIT COURT adjourned Saturday alter quite a busy term without accom pushing much The case for criminal assault on Miss Crablreo by William Clymtr and others did not get to tbo jury till Saturday morning after a night session Frldaywhen after several hours a verdict for 10 years was return ed Sentence on him and Wilson charged with the same offense was passed and suspended pending an ap peal for a new trial Tbcro are two more to be tried for assaulting bliss Crabtree Tom and Jim Leoaure Tom Is out on ball and Jim Is behind the bars The circumstances as detailed by witnesses In the caeca tried wero ot- a most revolting nature and the teetl teeny was tbo most disgusting ever beard In a court T C Ball won out easily In the suit for 81000 damages brought by June Jeffries because ho took tho doors and windows off of her house when she tailed to pay her rent according to contract Mrs J N Saunders official stenographer was al lowed 10 In the Leo murder case G W DeBord 48 and S M Owens 824 for waiting qn the court The juries cost even 000 during tho term 70510 of which had to bo drown on the auditor for Tbo grand jury after examin lag tho offices and public buildings pronounced them In good condition es pecially the county clerks office To CANDIDATES So tar In the pros ont hot campaign no bad feeling has been engendered and unless some strife is stirred up during tie next four days all will bo well and tbe primary Sat onedas well as one absolutely tree from the usual unpleasant occurences of primary thoseIof the a0 odd gentlemen whoso names appear on the ballots aro good citizens and democrats tried and truo Of course more than hall at these gentle men aro going to bo defeated and it re mains to be seen whether those who loco will emulate tho churlish of same of the defeated candidates of seven years ago or like the men wo be hee tboy are take choir medlolno and uso then every effort to elect their Havinglthe aspirants the INTERIOR JOURNAL Is not the least uneasy about the de tested ones supporting tho ticket or tho NovemberJthe candidates as well as wo do and who are hardly as optimistic feel un and It Is to this class wo want to naplrffLincoln county InStlintordWalton a SprloRsCemetery the gardener sexton youhayyour own price In order to reduce stock JESSE LANQKOIIU aRockcastlo Ne gro was arrested by Marshal Robert Jones Saturday and taken to Mt ernon He la charged with selling whisky J ROY B ROSE soldhis bard ware business at Mlddlesboro to Geo Veal who clerked for him vand has moved back to Hustonvllle where ho will likely go In business 1 UNCLE REMUS Mra Mattie V Klrby who has given a class of 25 or pleasurebyother good stories completed the course Saturday afternoon much to the regret of the little ones who have been deep ly Interested HOME AT AUCTION As I am going ThursdavMarchmy home In that city Persons in search of a good house at moderate price and on easy terms should not miss this chance Go see the house bo toro day of sale H Glovannoll Dan ville Kytt ISiuDHOREMre Shelby Skldmoro died near Highland Friday aged 80 A husband about the same ago survives THE Centra College Glee Club and Minstrel Co will hold the boards at Aborns Opera Houto Hustonville Friday night March 20th WHEN in town eke your horse to I M Bruccs livery stable in the Old Christian church on Depot street where bo will be well cared for Good livery rigs at reasonable prices RAOAN Tho wife of Ransom Ra gan of Prcachersvlllc died at Millard Baujjhs near Highland Friday night aged 61 She went to Highland 10 days ago to wait on her sister Mrs H P Young who died just a week ago Mrs Ragan was burled at Highland church Saturday afternoon She was a strict member of the Methodist church and a good woman ANOTHER ON THE K CTbo Rich mond Pantograph tells this good one oa the Rowland branch of the Ken tucky Central and Express Messenger Will Rice Somo days ago a drummer was en route from there to Lancaster and getting lonesome wandered into the express car and engaged in conver sation with his friend Rice in the course of which Mr Rice remarked tbat ho had been on that run for about 12 years At what station did you get on asked tbe man of the grip Rico was struck dumb for the time but has thought of very many things tbat ho ought to have said to the drummer slnco Centimeri There is a growing demand for this popular Glove Another big lot has just come in for the early Spring wear in White Pearl Lavender Manilla Tans Modes Grays and Black Remember 11 Fit All Gloves v Xicely in the house and give you the best SI and 150 Glove on earth nP Jones Stanford if i1lJta Ri Q IfjQ lAiJoIo lJ iJ JrIW R1Aat iG r i0rr Crye f 1ilk ffii iil rv r AS New G00 doJtts Are Now Coming In Daily i 2I g Clothing Hats- Furnishing 8 Goods tc vTrunks Suit Cases McIntoshes s Ladies Gents and a tt i Childrens Shoes iji Call and See Themp 07 0 I H J McROBERTS Poi jjtl U y a RrS tm 01 e tt a ka s AiRa tMfti S twa x fSjOI Jt Gj tIjf yrr OJjAII ry i P n tI A rAr r J r i rjo I m IiimBelongsto Severance Sons who are showing lots of New and Season able Goods Low pracesfithe rule i i I ii I eEm r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL abltahdTttuSayu an4 Fz1ct 1 PER YEAR CASH Wbsnnot sopildaaOO wilt U chare Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford a etondclau waiter The Interior Journal And My Many Friends My knowledge of this county la 11m lted baying only traversed the territory from north to south over the A T S F and Rock Island roads vIsiting Perry Guthrie Oklahoma CltyRlnjt fisher Elseno Checasha and Duncan and from there to Fort Sill In the KI owns and Comanche country I must pay I was disappointed the sow COUD try as It U called some One land but It la not In large bodies It Is mainly along tbo streams Tbo best land according to my knowledge Is In the southern and eastern portions wlth some tine soil in the northern part near Anadarko but lots ot the land is poor abounding In scrub oaks about five feet high which presents about as desolate it picture as one would care to see Tbe country is well watered some of the mountain streams reminding me of old Knob Lick with clear water and Rra el beds which Is very much unlike tbo streams hero They are very wide and destitute of gravel just simply sand and white at that Oklahoma has some very substantial cities Cooslderlc their age they arc remarkable Oklahoma City is a beauty Quite a tide of Immigration is pouring into this coui try mainly from Iowa Missouri Iii nods and Kansas with not a few from Kentucky Lincoln county Is very weU represented by F P Bishop J M Hill Jones Sandldgo Tucker Lli- logeton Carson and Shelby who blvo shown the part of wisdom In locating in the prettiest country it has ever been my lot to behold Kay county Is given up to be the best county In Oklahoma I know it would be a feast for the eyes of the farmers of Ken tucky who have been training tbelr eyes looking over brown fields tbo scattering stalks of wheat and wondei log If they would get their seed bad to gaze upon fields here that look Hke blue grass pastures in May and roost them have been pastured all winter ofI bad the pleasure of meeting Mr W Miller of 101 Rancbe fame wboI used to lire near Crab Orchard claimed that be has 10000 acres In cultivation and perhaps three or four times that much In pasture and Bome of hts wbeat yielded as as liO bushels an acre last year This Is mainly a wheat country but corn Is pouring Into market at a rate that Is surprising or at least It did Fred Fred Bishop who thought that lobe way It was coming Into the town Ir Boon be gone He took his stand In the road and bought all that came that day nod fllled his cribs and still it comet Kentuckians are surprised to find better hogs here tban at home If a farm cr has a few or even many hogs to sell sblP1per8go to the country engage a all They prefer selling on the marI ket We have a great many Indian here and they are the most quiet and orderly set of people I ever saw wltl the exception of a few They are making no progress but content themselves with the knowledge that Uncl Sam will care for them Some one bas said the difference between the educated Indian and tho uneducated one Is that the educated Indian smokes cl garettes and that Is all But they do own the best land all over this country are given first choice and will get al the beet land In the new countryI Land Is worth from 830 to 850 an acre Indiana lease their lands to the whites at from 15 to 30 cents an acre for praz k fag purposes and agricultural lane leases from fiO cents for raw land to 8225 per acre for land that has beet plowed and fenced John Hill and I have secured i lease on 1000 acres 01 land with 610 acres In wheat People who have been living here for years say tljey never saw a better prospect for wheat Wo have also purchased 60 700 pound yearlings rattle that have wintered on the wheat and they are all fat enough to butcher now We will make some Improvement on the house on the ranch and move to It In two or three weeks Wo are located 14 miles south of Ponca City and two miles west of Bliss For further Information ask George Shelby and Love Llllard wbooexclalm ed while viewing this country The half has never VAt been told Yours trulv R E GAINES Ponea City O T If troubled with rheumatism give t Chamberlains PalnBalm a trial It will not cost you a cent If It does no good One j application will releve the pain It also cures sprains and bruises In one lhird the time required by any other treatment 4Cuts burnt frostbites qnjnsey pains In side and chest glandula and other swellings are quickly cured by applying r Every bottle warrinted Price 25 and 50c For sale by Sralg Hocker Druggists A Vienna mao who has just died kept an accurate account of ho bought and what he paid everytblnaI r books show that be consumed 28720 glasses of beer and smoked 628713 cl t r1isKentucky University Is to withdraw from the Intercolleulate oratorical as sociation because Bible students are barred e Sure OIIlOCITTorToLllDOjLtCAS FRANK J CIIKNKV makes oath hat ho li senior ruloerofthe arm of F J doing tiailnnf In the City ot Toledo countyemu Stats aforcultli and that Mid firm will the turn of ONE IIUNWIEH DOLLAlt for each and every me of CATARRH that cannot be cured bytheuse CURE CUKXFYromr rncc l A W OIEASON- I SEAL INotuylublleCure If a Jlrtctly n the blood and luucoiu surfaces of the r sjriUm titBd tot UatUuonUU free K J CHENEY t CO Toledo 0 I feJ4bTdruKl JUUi Tamfl llitae the beet r i 1N CHURCH MATTERS The meeting at the Baptist church at Langford Rookcastio county resulted In 22 additions Rev A W Crawford has bcencalled to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Franklin A sanctified preacher was given 30 lashes on his naked and forced to leave North Carolina The Christian Church Orphai Homo has raised about onethird of Its proposed 850000 endowment Southern Methodists now bavo one preacher for every 215 members Northern Methodists have one preacher for every 178 members Rev H R Mills reports a good meet- Ing at Tazewell Tenn where in assls tanoe of Rov Draper be Is holding a revival Mlddlesboro News The Supreme Court of North Carol na Is called on to decide whether or not the fact of a colored man voting tbe democratic ticket Is sufficient provic tlon to justify his being expelled from the church The dedication of the new Bapttsr church will take place Sunday April 28tb Dr Lorimer of Boston a former pastor of the Baptist church of this cIty has wired his acceptance of an Invlti tlon to bo present and deliver the ded icatloD sermon Harrodsburg Demo crot The Statestreet Methodist churcl Bowling Green which cost Including the pipe organ 850000 Is to be dcdlci ted the first and second Sundays In June There wit be a weeks exercise A balance of 810000 which has been hanging over the church since its con atructlon has been It la a stole edifice and one of the handsome places of religious worship In the Stat MATRIMONIAL Clarence McAfee and Mlsa Mollie Archer both of Boyle were marrIed last week Mr Oscar Reynolds and Miss Lelia Ihuff were married at Mrs Ellen ibuffs Sunday Robert Burns Wilson Kentucky poet laureate was married at New York to Miss Annie daughter of ex Attorney General W J Hendrick The marriage of Lieut A J Daugr erty Jr of tbe 37th regiment U S V to Miss Martha Ah Pong a wealth Iblnesa lady of IIonolular was solun ized at Manila Mr and Mrs Nathan H Woodcock nnounce the engagement of tbel laughter Miss Douglas to Mr Morrl SOD Breckinrldce Tbo wedding w1l aka place In the early spring Dan vllle News Sol Downey was arrested In Boyle for ecuring a marriage license on lalse eprcaentatlona lie swore that MU Mary King to whom he was rnarrle last week was of age when In reality sbe Is only 13 The truth of the lines When tbe cart Is warm Ice and snow can do no barm was proved by Sam Conner and MIs8 Carrie Wood at Carlisle The were married In strictly spring COI Limes standing on the steps of tbe ourthouse while tbo mercury was hov ring about zero IHUBBLE Ic H Yea er has been losing som young mules Wm Curry sold som ogri to Morgan at 460 C C Wither bas some turkey hens weighing 22 pounds James Engleman is down Iron llddlesboro spending a few days with relatives C M Adams bought the with farm on the new Danvllle Lancaster pike for 31300 House Penman is In bed with pneumonia fever Wal tel Mulkey of Lexington was over to Bee his best girl Sunday John Rob- Inson has gone to bathing on his river farm Too many girls for that John V L Weaver of Point Burnslde ought the Menefee farm near here of 106 acres for 850 and will move among us eoon Elder A R Moore will preset at the Christian church Sunday afternoon S Dunbar Is in Russell count siting his father Roscoe Hudson bas a One boy at his house Mrs W H Underwood la out again after an at tackof grip and pneumonia ITWIOE PROVEN CIhad to test ilnsPaln Balm twice with the most ro larkablo rccults in each case Pint with rheumatism in the shoulder from which suffered excruciating pain for 10 day which was relieved with two applications lof Pain Balm rubbing the parts nflllctec and realizing Instant benefit and entire ro- lief in a very short time Second In rheumatism 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 frcc from painFor sale by Craig Hocker Druggists it rade Wth M James Frye Xr ustonyille Ana Save Mbney s Demoorats Of The West End I earnestly request my friends tore member mo at the polls next Saturday I think I am competent to servo as a magistrate and all know there la no question about my democracy Noml nato me and I will do all In my power to help tbo ticket in November as well as serve the county to tho best of roj ability If elected FRED R COMPTON Three Negroes were hanged at Little Rock for the murder of another Negro TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby itato that the Dim Wow sold by U 8 Carpenter Is just far superior to the Oliver Chilled Ilow aa the Ueerlng Is uperlor to the cradle WQUOWAN J S GOODE 8 OWENS FOX LOGANLI- VERY FEE AND BALI STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly oa hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call R A JONESDENTIST Ky Office over IIlggiD h McKlnncys Story Telephone No IS A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentis- tStanford Ky Stanford theOfflttOTr IteRobtrtt Dnif Store In Uaildlnt Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buffffv carriage or wagon In IIrstclaeutllo Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OREER Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD XV MORRIS FRED PiiormrroR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Meal Shipstuff Ohickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit t share of your patronage promising to gin you the very beat results Dont forget me bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORIH9 KURD lror Drs Slaving Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS win be Jn DanrlUe WnedayandFridays Will be In Stanford Tuwlaji Tbundaft and Saturday Office In belennlo ton UalldlngSUnfanlOI lice hour 9 to 124 4 to r OSTEOPATHYT- his Sclinco originated anti developed bjJDr A T Still of Klrairllle Mo depend on the prlnclllet of Anatomy and Physiology for Its reo suits It requires no faith no drug no rubbing no surgical operation and clalma brag super natural osteopathy view man as a machine of so many lit li adjustment When all part- areproperlyadlustcdand not orerworktd health la the result Some of tbe dlvaics treated by us Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia UbeumatUm Catarrh Weak Iranulatrd Lids iollre Heart Urer and lung Disease Constipation 1iles Oall Stones Enlinted trotliaU all atom chaadlnteetinatrouble Ubeaaeoltnnei and Joint Curraturts Dlilocatlons tJIIITJolnlj Incontinence 01 UrIne Locomotor Atax la Femalv Diseases a specialty Consultation Free Residence For Sale Or Rent A very desirable residence of ten rooms with necessary outbuildings Includlnf Ice honso nod with largo garden attacked Tho propert le centrally in lIustonvlllel085tMlon given at once For terms apply to Mlu D V Logan lies tonvllle or Lutonls Ky CATTLE LOST I A dark brown two leer loft tlr HIpglDt farm In tho East End of Lincoln and n light red two yoarold steer left tit 8 W Owens farm Reward for Inlqrma tlon leading to their rlT W KINNEV Junction City Iy FOR SALE I A Chance of A Lfe Time My Entire Stock of GcncIuIMclchumUse Store House and Lot For Salo or till sell stock and rent store house and lot Host stand In Lincoln Co 110 STEELK llMTOHTHxr KT PREACHERSY1LLE INSTITUTE IBEAOHEUSVILLE ICY Tho Qrst session of this school will open Jan 1001 Our course ot study lass com that found In the ordinary high school lncludingkltchengarden and tlodee- garten In the Tho common school branches higher Mathe math Sciences and the lltblo For further particulars nddrcaa J O McKKK Principal ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J Y Adams A Co Lick U a guaranteed sure sure forhonctandmulManilcted Fistula Pattern Swlnney Scratches Saddle Moll lard and Soft Enlargement Qrauy lies DUtempcr Ac For sale W n ets druggist Stanford II K Jlnmpbrcr Liberty U M Tbompton Klnptvllle A Caldwell Dunn lire Dr anUTtlle Ky F UOompton1tllledgevUIe- Oto U Jeer Mlddlcbnrp Olure TurnenTllle J Vanhook McKln nEaR DILLEHAY DAZTVXLLZ ZTe Manufacturer o- fE ReCATAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Price J+ C+ McCbMY UNDEBTAKBB Manufacturer and Boniest In SADNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fs HAYST- TWDBBTAZEES DkULKKl rX Furniture DlatUuJSRugs And Wall Paper They Will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock GIve them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY A P BruceH C Bright BRUCE BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY Wo extend a cordial invitation to our Lincoln county friends to vlilt us when In Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles I The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in Central Kentucky All Houzht For Cash in Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too 11 U Bruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleased to see his friends at all times Ike G Adler has charge of our Harness Department whet is an assurance you can buy the Best Hand Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respect- fullyBRUCE BRIGHT r OOQ000000000000OJ000000000000000NE 0 o o C C Having sold a half Interest in buggy and implement business to ffl Mr A M Pencethe neW business bt conducted under 0 0theFinn name of 0- CMSOI lj PEtJCEt Wo will keep in stock at ml times a handsome lino of j I Buggies carriages Harness o Also Farming Im lemente In addition we will handle all kinds of 0 0grain OOrJ1tOalllIy etc hoping you will t neWoo C your I remain lteept YoursCo W A CARSON Q- 000000000000000000u000000000000C oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0 g CHINN FRYEr go 0 g Brokers g o Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky g 0o Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain g ggn Orders mail or telegraph promptly o dooand Commercial lUforcnctt rr 0Ilsok 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO s 6 H S S Just Received 1 Our Stock of New Spring Shoes THE ECLIPSE Manufactured by Hel mers Betman Co is the greatest 350 shoe on markets For Style Material and Workmanship they ran not be excelled W E PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky e New Goods New Firm And Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you base a Nice Hew Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Good delivered promptly Call and ice u- tIW W SAUNDERS t CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street 1K11 N N thti1ti17 Vo Have a Full Line of Ledgers Journals Day and Gash Books iFor Iho NcwjYenr Good Ooodial Iw Prices Pennys Drug Store i TKLElJIONK XO 2 tNNMNM 1NMKf N 11111 TUB Southern mutual Investment Do OF LEXINGTON KY INSURANCE EE7EESED Wc pay while you live Old Lino Companies pay when you die Which do you pros Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 ItcHcrvc and Surplus 00000 Paid in Maturities in September 1 Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G Aus tin Special Agent Bradfordsvillc Ky WaB McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest of Drugst and Sundries At Lowest PricesA o