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Iwjqy INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 j VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 15 1901 9AM NOG H 1 49MT VERNON Qranvlllo Owens living on Brush F Creek lust throe ftngors In u shlngla mill Mack Bates died Tuesday night after I an lllnois of some weeks lie was a carpenter and cabinet workman of abil manytarc informed that thu L ft N irWe the contract to build the Creek extension of 10 miles to Jackson county lino Koulnecrs are now at work making locating surveys Chris Sowdof wbo bad one hand badly crushed In a cano millmany years ago had that member amputated Wednesday by tho doctors on accouut upiJones ft Smith a Livingston racrcaa CLilo firm has been placl In Involunta ry bankruptcy by creditor Wo are by reliable parties that the llabll IItles are placed at 110000 and assets run from 5000 to 0000 Plttiburg Pa entHvo Jones broth ere to Brush Crook thl county to In vestigate the mineral resources of that portion of Ilockcasllo county Their resemblance Is remarkable Diamond y drill and other contrivance aro being used by them to ascertain if the coal belt will justify them In putting In ox tenure plants S C Franklin has returned from Athens accompanied by his father and mother who will make their home with him in the future Mr Franklin certainly fulQIla that commandment relative to parents Mr Jack Adams of 1alnt Lick was a vliltor to our town this week W C Champ and wife of 1PulntLick were hero this week visit parents and friends W T Short v deputy U S matthai U taking Invoice of Jonc Smiths stock Livingston Judge William and Editor Albright wero In Loulsvlllo this week Mr D N Williams Is Improving Your cor respondent has a bid case ot Inllamtna tlon of tho eye or something which show four lines whore only ono is writ ten Wo return thanks for the taut 1 that wo aro enabled after untold ufI feting for day to tea a little Henley V Uaitln student at K S C Lexing ton it at homo In Lancaster for a few days Mr Uaitln Is a clove student and a away up In his studio especial ly In the olectricalllnoI From An Appreciative Subsorlb orINKW OULEVNS LA March 12 We certainly appreciate your klndncs In tondlcir us the dear old iNTEHlOlt JOUH NAL Wo Impatiently await Its arrivalI It does not reach us for two days ut tel It le printed Sorry to say there has been only ono Crab Orchard letter Wo have prolonged our visit ono moro weoic In order to enjoy more of tho Crescent City Wo visited tbo mint where the government turns out 00 000 per day Sunday we visited Chat moUe where the battle of Now Or loans was fought and won by our be loved Jackson Also visited the ca tbcdral where prayers wero bold for him on that memorial day Sarah Berabardl Is tho drawing card this t wcok Wo will hear her Saturday night Shp Is not tho only attraction though for the races seem to have a greater magnetic tower for tbo malo sex I must confess I belong to tbo latter attraction 11 Jl Oronaughn Juanotte now owned by r U Slovene f woo first money I few days ago The weather has been cold for three days and It frosted lust night for tbo first time sinco wo came down I will bo at homo in tlmo tocast my voto in too primary Wo thought wo bad seen a great deal of tho city until we went up in tbo tower of u largo building 11 atones high Then to our surprise we- found wo had only visited tho most 1m portant parts I hope everything Is moving along nicely In dear old Ken tuoky Keep political affairs straight for I know you will give things a hot roast if they do not go right as you aro not afraid to speak when duty demandd you Your friend Cuims GovEit y A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN 1 have no hesitancy In recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran a wellknown and popular ba ker of Petersburg Va We Lave given it- to our children when troubled with lad coughs also whooping cough and It has always given perfect satisfaction It was recommended to mo by a druggist as the best cough medlclno for children as it contained no opium or other harmful IIrugItSold by Craig 4 locker Drug gistsWattsI remember yet how when I misbehaved my mother used to strap mo to a bedpost Potts When I misbehaved rav fath er used to strap mo to a fnlshIndla napolli Press oftr plko Court of Jefferson county empowered It to purobas080d freotm M I LANDrSTOCKCROPS ETC T D Hano10jji1 A Pleasant a Lunch of huge at 4 83 Malcolm 2201 brought 11025 at auc tion at Richmond hid Drown it Cress sold 75 bogs to Mo Cnrlyt Lawson for 4io Five hundred bales of Timothy hay or sale J S Owsloy Sr Stanford Ky Wile Dunn bought of Jeff Dunn a yearling tuition by Ashland Wllks for 1300 E T Pence Jr sold a cow to J GL onus for ttO and bought of him 14 bogtutJia Jon key Cochran Todn five winners and como second on his sixth mount at Now Orleans tho other day It U stated that Garry Herrmann favorite In the Kentucky Derby has been bought by W O Whitney for 123000 The amount of wheat In farmers bands on March lot was 128100000 bushels corn 770200000 oats about 202800000 Six acres of R G Evan hemp aver aged 2000 pounds Joo Irvine made au average of 1050 on nino acres Dan yule Now Bright Herring sold to Joo MuAlIt terCUhcep for 1200 D N Prowltt bought of Will Johnson 21 hogs at Co Advocate Tho Marlon Falcon reports the sale of 28 medium owes at W a jack to T M Estes for 1052 and a pair of five yearold work mule for 1207 J il Haggln has bought ot Hasten Larabeo their string of racers includ leg Klnley Mack Hen Holladay High Order and many others for 180000- Tbo bOlt way to warm fowls early In tho morning boforo the scalded feed Is given 1s to scatter a little grain In the Utter and let them scratch It Is bettor than red pepper George D Robinson lato of the firm ot Logan it Robinson of Lancaster bought thlrwcok of JrH McKinney hie farm of 227 acre In tbo West End for 12600 about 155 Mark Uardlo bought of Jacob Slav ere a lot of huge at 4ic and of J L Hcazlev tumd of sams at same void to D C Allen 13 hogs at 4c Mro Hardln bought of George Mlddleton a sow and pigs for 118- J F Cook who cried the sale tells that everything sold well at the sale of the lato Mr Cella Conn Horses brought 10 to liO mules 10 cows 128 to 130 twoyearold heifer 122 year loge IH wether 270 hogs 41 to G- oAt Dr Boats sale near Mlllcrsbunr bogs brought 6i to Go 30 common stock owes ti yearling steers 111 twoyear old steers 13 yearling holier 127 60 loll cow 19 to 145 calves 116 to 918 corn 1260 baled bay 11050 per ton George koJamc Jack and Isaac Shelby have leased 15000 acres of land countvOleavlnlJuncltunTho highprice record for tho year on tobacco was broken this week at the Sumo House On Thursday this houeo wrllpperfromhighest previous prlco being 81075 The American Tobacco Co was the purchaser Farmers Homo Journal Meson J R and E H Rcazley aro tbo first gentlemen to have horse cards printed at this ofllco They arc stand ing at the low prlcoof 1250 to Insure a living colt Marlon Squirrel 000 one ot the best eons of the great Black Squirrel CS Ills further pedigree and description will appear In these column later 1000 acre of corn grass and meadow- lands to rent for balance ot this year rC8ponIbllIn lots to suit renter Dwelling and several tenant houses also 100 acres of growing wheat Seo display ad lator of stock personalty c A bar gain can bo secured by applying at once George Sr Shelby Shelby City Ky OTTENHEIM Max Locowltz who lost his hand Is around again Wm James lost three children with black measles The suit of Petzold against Klolm Is set for tha Juno term of court John Griffin cut Walter Dennys shoulder blado In two with an ax Sat urday night- Candidates aro numerous and active and wa wish they could all bo elected as they arc a fine lot of citizens Tbo many friends of Miss Lizzlo Pet zold are glad to sea her In their midst again Mr Wm Humor has put a now celling on his store and has restocked It with now goods John Kloha is able to be out AN HONEST MEDIOINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W HnlU of South Gardiner Mo says I bavo had the worst cough coldchllls and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the only thing that hasdono any good whatever I have used only one bottle of It and tho chills cold and grip have all left me I congratulate the manufacturers of an honest medicine or81t11 Craig Ilocker Druggists t iIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mlddlesboro Is to have an Audito rlum with a seating capacity of 1000 Guy Oeckham refused to parole Jas Cruse sent up from PulasKl for man slaughter Squire Inkston of Tablow Mercer county fell backward while pulling off his boots and broke his leg Peter Bryant aged 11 was held for the murder of George Curry hoar Co lumbia His mother was discharged New poHtoIllcei bavo been establish ed at Gadberry Adair county Hart WhitlMancbelIt Alt Neal shot and killed Frank Walker also colored at Manchester Ho took exceptions to a remark made by Walker in regard to his wile After several months continuous op oration at Ourgln the American Straw Board Company at Clrclevlllc 0 has moved Its hoidquarlcts to Danville Rev J P Steele a familiar figure about Harrodsburg on account Of his salvation army tendencies was adjudg ed insane and ordered to the asylum A W Huggins of London has se cured the right of way to build a tele phono lino to Mandbciler and la organ izing a stock company for that purpose At East Dernstadt Laurel county Ulll Sear white shot and mortally wounded Henry Larue colored After thosboollng three alleged blind ti gers were demolished George Whitehead an L Nbrake man who was hurt in the Lebanon Junction yards five weeks ago Is dead of his Injuries Ho was married just two week before the accident It Is rumored that trains Noe 0 and 10 which are known ns the Blue Gross Specials will on the firstof next month run through to Somerset Instead of to Junction City as at present News Josiah Smith has sold his farm one mile south of Uurgin for 15COO and will return to Tennessee Ho realized about 3000 profit on the sale having put chilled li a fow years ago for 7000 Tho case against Willie Crutcbfluld aged 11 Saturate Crutehflold sovnn and Curley Harris six charged with housebreaking was continued In the Jessamine circuit court until tbo June termA E Gibbons has been awarded the contract for painting and decorating the residence of M J Farris underway of construction on East Main When finished it will bo ono of the handsomest homos In Central Ken Lucky Advocate W U Anderson for years u well known hotel proprietor Oarbourvlllo and better known to the traveling pub lic as Joss Anderson died at the ago of 77 He was the father of Flnloy DI Anderson who testified in tha Caleb Powers trial at Georgetown Mr AnI demon was a delegate to the Baltimore convention that nominated Abraham Lincoln for Puesldcnt A Mlddlcsboro dispatch says Miss Edith Bartholomew who has become turnout as the boo girl has recover cd fromtho trance with which she was stricken last Thursday only to fiDdI herself dumb She Is suing Charles Parmaleo for 810000 damages for Bear- Ing her by shouting boo at her on the street The can not talk Other wise she Is bright and vivacious- It Is sold that a peace agreement has been made by tbo factions In Clay coun tyr Sheriff Rev White It Is understood will resign his office and move to Win chester Others will leave Clay and the lobe feudists will lay down their arms Carlo Little tho Manchester lawyer and John G White of Winchester wcio Instrumental In bringing about the peaco agreement Later In pur suanco of the terms of the treaty of peace Sheriff Bev White has resigned and will go to Maatson county to live A chapter of the Daughters of tbo Confederacy has boon organized at Dan llle with the following officers Mrs R J Brccklnrldgo President Mrs J 0 Bogle Vice President Mrs J S Gashwller Secretary Miss Margaret Klnnalrd Treasurer Mrs E M Green Historian Tho other members aro Mrs Mary Klnnalrd Mrs Fred Harris Mrs J B Nichols Miss Emma Nichols Mrs Ira Taylor Mrs Annie Trlbble Mrs Campbell Mrs Wan Ay- res Mlea Eva Temple and Mrs Levi Hubble madanatloaotAndrew Carnegie 5006000 for the endowmcntot a fund for superannuated and disabled era ployeajsf the Carnegie Company Ho also wrote a letter to the people of Plttaburg announcing bis retirement from active business and giving his rca sons therefor Ho and his family have gone to Europe to spend seven months y +A blizzard and sleet storm blocked street traffic and demoralized wires at Marlnetlo Wls and cut Milwaukee oil from the outside world by blowing down huadreds of telephone and tale graph poles LANCASTER J C Thompson has been qulto sick fur several days from an attak of cryI slpelas Mrs E G Kauffraan and son Clay aro visiting Mrs Alice Lusk at HUB tonvlllo lIon R C Warren has worn the er mine with much dignity in the absence of Judgo M C Saufloy The Christian Endeavor Society recently organized by Elder A R Moore has a membership of 40 Mrs Thomas Miller has sold her farm of 45 acres at 845 to Victor Lear whoso farm ibis tract adjoins Nixon Perkins Is reported as making no permanent Improvement Mr and Mrs G S Gaines of Danville were In this city Wednesday McCarler Lawson shipped a car load of hogs to the city market a few days ago Bright Herring bought a pair of mule for 1250IS E Welsh of Berco Is the guest of George M Patterson Miss Polly Troylor of Gilberts Creek la visiting Miss Katie olmpson Rumor has It that there is soon to boa marriage of a wealthy youn trader of this place and one of the handsom cst young ladles of the county Walker Hudson Louis Herndon Sim Anderson Will West Misses Pearl Battle and Bessie Gulley constitute the graduating class of the Oarrard Graded School Tbo Lancaster orchestra under tbo leadership of Prof Long will furnish their first music for the public on Fri day night at tbo declamatory enter tai oment I have a farm of 130 acres four miles from Lancaster that Iwill sell at a bargain and I can give the purchaser Immediate possession of same J C Bcmphlll Miss Lena Palmer of Klrksvllle Is visiting Mrs J M Hlg lnbotbam Ms Jobn Anderson Is the guest of her daughter Mrs W T Browning of Lexington R H Batson has Improved and em bellished his two stororooms by paint and papering and the erection of a new portico along the front Ho has among his large assortment of spring goods the late fad for men gents shirt waistsW B Mason sold his handsome building lot on West Water street to J C Homphlll for IGoo A nice dwelling will be built on the front of tbo lot audI Mr Hcmphlll will add the back portion of same to his Lexington street property which it joins It Is reported A Hr Bastln has bought the Worthum property on Do pot street for 100 Mr Jesse Doty bas just made the trade for Mr Georgo Wrights place on the extension of Wa ter street Mr Wright leaves today for Indiana where ho proposes to lo caw Joo Fuulconer has received a twist of tobacco about one foot long and of tho White Burlelgh variety that Is quite a aurloatty in that It fs put up In spiral shape and twisted in qulto a unique way It was sent him by Mr Iva of Louisville export In the tobacco businessIt that the lato Mrs Nannie Carpenter bequeathed her entire property both bank stock and real estate to her two nieces Misses Julia May and Nannie Gaines of Danville but tbo will did not contain her signature and for that reason the document was Invalid The property was given by law to three heirs her brother Mr Thompson nephew Mr Bobannon of Patnos Depot and slater Mrs G S Gaines of Danville Tbo marriage ot Miss Mattie Bron eton Wyatt of Lexington daughter of Mr and Mrs Columbus Wyatt and Paul Drayton Porter of Tupelo Miss is announced for Tuesday April 2d Tbo Wyatls wero rather recently resi dents of this place and tho young lady Is a granddaughter of David Dost of this city The prospective groom IB a former student of Kentucky Universi ty and Is reputed to one of the most gifted and promising young men of the South Tbo first two days of circuit court wore consumed with tbo ease ofWm Walker for cutting Ed Ross and result ed in a Quo ot 8100 against tbo defend ant The counsel wero Hon Robert Harding of Danvlllo and L L Walker for tbe defense and R H Tomllnaon and Attorney J S Owsley for the Commonwealth The trial of A J HammacK for shooting James Pointer of Flat Woods la now in progress Nottltf Bogie was granted a divorce from Loton Bogie The trial of Luther Ray for tbo killing of Edgar Brown on election night Is sot for Monday Goy W O Bradley and Hon R C Warren will represent plaintiff and Robt Hard Ing and R D Tomlinson defendant faWhat most people want something mild and gentle whenin need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect For sale by Craig AIIpcker Druggists F irp Ww = il I Negligee Shirts I 19Ifi Our New Stock is Now Kcmly For Your Inspectionl I SO Cents and fL OO L i t andEjl IIIIa THE GLOBEIMerchant 1tltlj JIIILLEH HIRSCH Danville ISuccessors to J t Frohman Co k isS 1 i 8i fr mi m ft A 1AY Ne1 rl W 4tcbt a niMR 2 b s4 aid Se X i s fi eto 1EtFJSSai 9 N S 7 K Jsf e I N Our Spring Stock eltU a W fP Market4o J tjP C t 1 de off 4 Newest Things 0fti H r syv J11 4 The shirts this reason will be tho most beautiful patterns pie l over shown since the negligee made its appearance tlw5j SEE OUR S T O C K4aa te Some have already beet received lIf 1 4 H J McROBBBTS ll wir aof S Stf J21 2 I i I hlJ S NQ tm6e 1NN A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthat 7 I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber bath Shingles Etc- I will duplicate anyprices offeredr This Is The Best duties Wiiijer Made WARRANTY r Tho rolls in this Improved Popular Clothes Wringer are soft hnd elastic and are warranted by us for two years from 9 the date of purchase for family use If either roll proves defective during said f t time wo will replace same free of charge J J HIGGINS McKINNEYeStanford TAKE Y- OURPRI3SCRIPTIONS i TO Craig locker Stanford For Accuracy and Low Prices ji 3i3 r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON County Judge JAS P BAILEY JD SWOPE For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN 4 G C BAKER- J M CARTER Sr GEO S CARPENTER- T t J 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 TEMDRY- SAMUEL M OWENS GUS McCORMACK CHARLES L DAWES- M G REYNOLDS For RepresentativeAN- DREW W BUCHANAN M F NORTH School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MISS ANNIE McKINNEY Senator GEO T FARRIS E W LILLA- RDMagistrate JA DUDDERAR- C S ROGERS JOHN WALTER DR CLIFTON FOWLER TUG hottest fight among democrats of this county la years la almost at an end and late tomorrow afternoon will know who will represent us In the next Legislature as well as who will fill the various county offices for the next four years beginning January 1st Some of tho gentlemen to bovoted for In tomorrows primary have been candidates for several years and In that long time have shaken the hand of probably every voter in Lincoln county These gentlemen have spent con elderablo time and no doubt some money in attempting to realize their fond hopes and it Is but natural that they will bo disappointed they fall to reach the goal They are all democrats though and will soon forget about what It might have been and with determined hearts will at once begin to help elect their more successful competitors The candidates and their friends have behaved themselves ex ceedingly well so far and we sincerely trust that the few remaining hours of the campaign will bring about nothing that will cause a change of the good feeling now existing and that a love feast rather than dissension and tur moil will be the result of tomorrows primary Let every democrat go to the polls and help in the making of a tick et that will so disconcert the republicans that they will abandon hope of defeating It and will not have the gall to attempt to do so Lincoln county U democratic democrats pay more that threefourths of the taxes and It la but right and just that democrats should manage the affairs of the county Name a good ticket and they will certainly do so WE thank the Louisville Times for calling attention to an error in the last issue of this paper with reference to the appointment of St Louis Fall commissioners We wrote Carter as plainly as la possible for us but the In telligent compositor made It Carlisle and placed us in the position of print log a misstatement of facts both as to the appointment and the character of the appointee Carlisle may have gotten out of lino with the democratic party but ho Isnot far lost to com mon decency as to accept favors from a republican president GEN GARRISONS last days were darkened by the action of his children towards him after his second marriage and his treatment by President McKinley who sought to humiliate him thro1 his eon Russell He leaves a young wife who was his first wifes niece and by whom he bad a daughter who was as the child of his old ago tho joy of his life SCbwab1preeldent per year and a contract made with him for five years at the latter figure Mr Schwab Is one of those who readi ly agreo with Senator Scott that trusts are good things TWENTYFJVE Clay county boys pass ed through London on their way to join the standing army If among the number there are some of those who have helped to make Clay countys reputation what It Is their departure will occasion little or no regret Ell H Drown was nominated for rep resentative by Nelson county domo Crater c r 1 THE sudden termination of exPrcsl dent Harrisons short Illness In death came like a shook to the countrywhlcb was not prepared to realize that them nof stalwart form and collossal brain had joined the Innumerable carl van which moves to tho mysterious realm A great man has fallen and tbo whole country regardless of party lines mourns the death of a scholar and a statesman who served the people as their chief magistrate with singular ability and fidelity Though an ardent republican be was not always In touch with the party leaders above whom he soared as an eagle Since retiring from the presidency ho has conducted himself with great propriety shrinking from public notice but always willing to give his advice and counsel when called upon Like Lincolns his fame has grown all the time and will contin ue to do sowhllo history will glvo him place among the greatest statesmen of his day and those who taunted hlja with reference to his Inability to wear his grandfathers hat will unite In agreeing that he was a greater man even than Gen William Henry Harrison with whom he was so invidiously compared As a soldier In the civil war In which ho rose from colonel to general as U S Senator and as preal dent ho met all the requirements of manhood and leaves a name that will live forever In the annals of American statesmanship EVERYBODY who knew clever and big hearted Pat McDonald for many years editor of the Western Argus and a noted Frankfort politician will re gret to hear oljhla death which occurred yesterdavQ He was a good man and a peerlessjdernocrat WE still havo our money on Bradley for U S judge Ho la dead sure of tbo appointment which ought to have been his without question or opposI- tion Walton For R R Commissioner The State press Is making highly complimentary notice of W P Wal tons candidacy for railroad commis loner which ho and the writer fully appreciate Following Is a fair eampl Mr William P Walton of Stanford formerly editor of The Morning Democrat and one of the leading democrats of the State Is a candidate for railroad commissioner from this district He Is a candidate to succeed Charles C Me Chord of Washington countythe present incumbent who It la understood will be a candidate for governor at tho noxtolectlofl Mr Walton is ono of the best democrats In Kentucky and his loyalty to his party has won for him tho admiration of all men For years ho fought the battles of democracy In the Stanfood INTERIOR JOURNAL and later on he directed the footsteps of Tho Morning Democrat In the right path Ho Is a successful editor pub lisher and business man and Is partIc- ularly well fitted for the position which his friends have urged him to stand for William P Walton Is all energy in his every task and be will make a vigorous campaign His nomination and election would be a matter of con gratulation for the district Lexington DemocratMr has done more sledge hammer work for his party then any newspaper man In this section and If his desire Is not granted the party will show itself ungrateful IndeedLan caster Record If loyalty and devotion to his party count for anything it looks as if W P Walton should win hands down tho railroad commieeionerehipAdvocataPOLITICAL Gov Durbin says that two years hence he will sign a bill to pay tho Southern Indiana home guards who opposed Morgan ExCongressman W E Fuller of Iowa offered the poet of Assistant Attorney General of the United States has declined the job Tbo republican Senatorial Conven nat Madlsonvlllo nominated John Feland Jr and the one at Burksvllle named John Catron State Senator N W Utley of Eddy villa has announced that ho will be a a candidate for Congress tn the First district to succeed Ropresonative Wheeler That Government appropriation of 5000000 to the St Louis Exposition seems to have been made chiefly for tho purpose of providing nine 5000 sales for that number of statesmen out of a job Louisville Times The Nebraska Senate bas passed a bill to prohibit fusion of political par tics in that State It probably will pass the House and become a law Oppo nents of the measure denounce it as a schema to keep the republicans In powerBenjamin Harrison was defeated In Ills race for Governor of Indiana In 18 70 but ho later on wiped out that little demerit markIf it be a demerit la the light or shadow which the lato Gov Mount and the present Gov Durbin havecastuponthatomceLou Times A civil service oxomlnatlon will beheld at Danville April 28th to fill the position of typewriter clerk qualified as stenographer and goner al land office service elevator coodue tor and prose feeder promotion to clerk railway mall clerk skilled labor er stenographer and typewriter There are several for the examination for the revenue service which will bft held next fall NEWS NOTES Sara Cooper 110 with two sons over 70 died near Owlngavlllc The Court of Appeals wll adjourn March 23rd for the spring term Schlatter the called divine healer was arrested at Seattle Wash for va granny Mrs Hubby ORear mother of tho Appellate Court Judge died at Mt SterlingThe of laborsaving ma chinery precipitated a strike at St Jo soph Mo The United States Imported 87600 000 more silver from Mexico in 1000 than In 1609 A saloon was awarded first prlzo for the best inauguration decoration at WashingtonMrs Jenkins wife of Lincolns first private secretary Is dependent on public charity Two men were killed and a building wrecked by an explosion In a Mottoes port Pa brewery Andrew Carnegie sailed from Now York and will spend seven months at his castle In Scotland Paris has organized a Commercial Club with R J Neely president and W B Allen secretary Mrs Polly Cloud Graves who had reached the remarkable ago of 104 years died at Lexington Arlington little son of Mr Gano Johnson of Ml Sterling was run over by a loaded wagon and killed Charles Pierce of Connollsvllle Pa Is suing Mrs Isaac Splker for alienat log tho affections of his pet cat Miss Mary Bolton a pretty popular girl was arrested at Stockvlllo Tenn charged with robbing the malls City Treasurer John L Walter of Charlottesvlllo Va was shot and killed by his brotherinlaw Stuart Balk A prisoner at Princeton broke jail the other night but came back tbo next morning and asked for admittance DrS F Gano Scott countys oldest citizen and many years a leading phys clan died at Georgetown Ho was yearly Di years old Mr Carnegie has given the Atlanta bray bearing his name an additional 20000 maklpg a total gift of 145000 to the Georgia city- Elltbtyearold Mary Winslow died In Leslie county of lockjaw While playing several days ago she Impaled her foot on a pitchfork- A Lowell Mass chemist claims to have discovered an artificial coal that Is cheaper and has more beat units than the genuine article At the annual meeting of Pennsylva nia railroad a 8100000000 Increase IP capital stock was authorized making the total Issue 251000000 ExConstable John Wilson charged with the murder of Alex Wright In Christian county was acquitted The verdict was a great surprise The boiler of an engine on the Lo high Valley railroad exploded near Mud Run Pa and the engineer fire man and a brakeman were killed Carrie Nation denounced her Homo Defenders at Topeka ai liars and devils and the Homo Defenders thereupon repudiated the joint smasher The wife of John W Logsden formerly superintendent of the Cumberland Valley branch of the L ft N died at Evansvlllo Ind of consump tionRear Admiral Schley has been de tached from the command of the South Atlantic station and ordered home Rear Admiral Cromwell will succeed himIn Trigg county J H Ballard WILl shot from ambush his arm being torn to pieces by a charge of shot William S Rich has been arrested charged with the crime Sherman Laslcy attacked his brother inlaw Stanton Stone with a knife on the roadside In Grayson county In the desperate conlllct both mon are said to havo been mortally wounded The State Board of Valuation overruled the petition for a rehearing filed by the railroads In the matter of coun ty taxation of franchises Thoqueetloo Is expected to go to the courts for final decisionFernander May for several years city editor of the Owonaboro Messen ger will go to Pino Bluff Ark to accept a position on the Graphic Ho Is succeeded by Preson McGoodwIn of Princeton Ky For want of logs the large lumber mills at Valley View and Ford have been compelled to shut down throwing a large number of men out of employment Old rlvermcn say the past February has been tho drycst for years The banks of Mavsyillo bavo depos its amounting to about a million and a half dollars while the assessors report shows only 23000 of money on deposit Auditors agent for that county has employed an attorney and will Insti tute a vigorous campaign against the tax dodgers Clovcrport suffered the most dlsas trous fire In Its history Wednesday night Six blocks of buildings on both Bides of Wall street In tbo business portion of the town were laid In ashes Only ono store was left standing and several residences were burned ren dering a number of people homeless Both hotels two churches the Clover port News plant two tobacco stomraer les the postoffico and 10 0115 stores were destroyed causing a loss of over 500000 t fjtrt XI l1 a w 1tVr1iLIi LIiA4 4 IJ 1JYil l I t Pz1U i J fTkfJl J W 7r1t 1c 1s Ir skrfcfKM1f Jf Another Week of Striking Values iJ At Lri The Louisville Store 200 pairs mens wool pants Actual valuo of goods f2 will eel thU week at 8 Boys knee pants ID- eIioyalong pants in jeans 4Sc Mens nil wool doeskin jeans pants as long us theylast GOc Mens single end double breasted cutaway worsted wilts only 408 Mens fancy worsted suits straight and round cut worth 760 our price 408 Stacks of now spring stilts aro coming In every day nl prices that surprise you Percale worth ilk cur price lieI Yard wde Brown Cotton worth Cc at Yard wide Bleach Cotton worth file nt 4c Best brands of Cultonother people uk 81c for same our price 7c 2000 yards Hamburg bought at GOc on tho dollar We can save you nt least half on thee goods 1000 ynrdi of Val and Linen Lace that was bought tho SAme way 10 dozen 13x29 check linen towels worth 100M De Fancy bunter linen towci 10x27 worth lie Uct Fancy border linen towels 10x20 4o linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c ll1ci IGC1Wblte400 doz fine pearl buttons worth 10 and ll cIper dog only 6c Fancy blue and red striped scrim worth lOc per yard this week only 5c 16Inch linen crash per yard only 5c yards fangs welJhlnj worth IOc thin week 3 spools ROo machine thread Ladies leather boll all sires patent fasten ore worth 25o this week only tic Isaac Newsome ono of the 14 men In dieted for the murder of Mrs Mima Hall In Lctcber county Kywas ar W aI outIIraledthe stake by a mob In the presence of more than LOCO persons Just before the pile was fired Conway Younger husband of tho murdered woman jumped at Henderson and slashed biro across the face with a knife As tbo flames encircled the Negro and ron over his clothing the crowd yelled and Younger again attempted to cut the murderer with hlsknlfo At no time during the burning did Hcndoreon glvo any Indication of pain or suffering It occurred at Corstcana Texas KINGSVILLE Georgo Brummett ded Sunday of consumption D bL Crolgbton Is improving hit farm to some extent A M Rowland of Grant county has bought of Daniel Hester a house and lot on Hester Street for t1I60 Andrew W Buchanan candidate for representative was hero Friday and seems to have made a number of good friends in this vicinity as we bear him most favorably spoken of Little Miss Elizabeth McKee who has been dangerously of pneumonia has recovered Mr J A McKee who has been very much indisposed from grip has about recovered Mrs Jas Robinson who has boon Buffering from a severe and protracted Illness Is well again J Evcrard Cralehton Is at Burgin assisting In the telegraph office Mr and Mrs D P Dineen and children accompanied by Miss Llta Murphy re turned to Somerset Monday Miss Gertrude Pcnnybacker Is with her sister Mrs Dlncon at Somerset G A Walter Is very sick Rev Dr Allen of Danville filled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Dr Allen remained over Tuesday eve ring when a meeting was held for the purpose of reorganizing the church and Sunday school Good officers were elected and judging from the renewed Interest manifested by all the church promises to be stronger than It has over been Prayer meeting will beheld ono evening of each week the particular evening not yet being deter wined on With such u splendid lend er in Rev Allen who loves and feels mob na unusual Interest In the people ore great good ought surely be ac complished Miss ElIlo Carey was so ectcd organist of both church and Sunday school and thus far the success of the church la assured Miss Carey Ie a faithful attendant and capable or Iran let Mr Wllllo Thompson will rendejhla usual assistance with a good tenor voice Ladles patent leather laps heavy RIMed worth 35o dont miss this chance this week Ibo 03x00 bleach ready nude aliens this week 43o SlxIWunbleach ready made sheet this week SUc 72x72 bed spread Manalllcs pattern Ala 2t yard laco curtains worth 73c this week 48c 3TBnl lace curtains onlyunuuo 72o Another big shipment of ladles klJ gloves worth 1100 nnd n 23 pur prico490 and G9c = Our line of xamplo shoes a and 3 worth 11M- BlIll 12 will null ns long as they last nt C8c Ono lot of childrens school shoes to II they are worth doube tile money but go nt 43c Pi Ial reduction In our line of Ladlr lOll Men8boe Dont forgot to look nt our line of carpets anti mailings 0foot fot shade patent rollers only10oAM linen shades plain and fringed worth 60c 25c dozen linen collars worth 15c our price Go fens suspenders Oo Mens silk finUheU suspenders worth 2oc 15c- Mens Miamlcs black sox only De Mens heavy gray mlxM cotton BOX others ask you tOe a pilr our price J palm for 15c One lot of polkatlot shirt waist In wool two to a customer worth TAc this week only 39o Ladle black tlguod dnlns skirt worth tlCO OSc Ladles nil wool raluy Jay bklrU 108 i I Pink Rluo Drab and White Short Walt Corsets I only 4So They aro worth double the money 11 II If Loather Tip Corolla the bet made only When You Think HouseCleaning 1 Itctncinlwr that tho Largesj Clcnnwt mill most ujModnto isplny of Furniture Carpets Matting Augs- Driiggste Will Paper Picture Frame Etc Are at WITHERS Remember there are two values to every purclmee what it coeto and WHAT IT IS WOItTH Under tho leveling of competition prices tnko care of themselves With en the ONIvPKICK dealer quotes you WIEiOLESAIjIB PRICESRemember we have no jockey prices we do not price you a fiftycent cnrpotnt ecvcntyfive and give you a clmnco to offer us eixt five or give ourselves nn oppor tunity to fall ten cents We price it nt All cents and cell nt that price W W Withers Stanford 1oIfleI1injew I f IT WILL jHARD After a good deal of persuasion I decided to try tho Iopular and can Jrnilifully say it Js the greatest Invention of tho kind made The price at first seemed high but after a 1am con vluced It Is very cheap MBS E J BROWN FOIL SALE BY GEO HI FARRIS F CO e 1 Take Advantage Oft The Great Sacrifice SaleWhich Is still going on nt THE UAOKET STOREw J CLOTHING Mens Stilts worth 11 now 205 Mans all wool suits worth lID now f448 Vorflteds Diagonals and Cashmere worth ell to 115 npw g7 08 Youth wilts worth 15 now t248 Youths all wool suits worth 18 now 1308 Cull ilrcna three piece suits from 85o to f250 hops fine suits nil sizes going at OSc Mens 82 pants now 05c Youths pants now 40c 1000 pairs knee pants to be sold cheap at lie to 48c all size SHOES Mens Shoes Wo to 1350 LadiestShoes from 50c to 82 50 Childrens Shoes from 20o to 3125 Mens Rubbers all t sizes for lOc a pair mens night shirts worth f now JOc mens fine underwearanow lOc wool fleece underwear worth fl now 43c flue top shirts for 30c mans calicoesfrom G ladles handkerchief for 2ciBilks satins etc nt slaughtering prices Thousands ol 4TheJacob Olnaburc Pi op Next Door to Lincoln National Dank THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fliSTAI1O1U KV MAUCII 151001 OUR prctcrlptlon work Is unsurpass IennyIlL g PERSONALS liOKN to thb wife of Joo II White a ton I Mr HBAM LKACHMAN was In Louis vlllo this week D O AltEN of Lincoln was In Adair this week Nowi- MltS L A VARIES of Lexington ii visiting Liar bomcfolks hero 4Y apdyea coLouisvilleMiss Liccin DBASLKY Is In IndJa buylnjjsprlnif aodburamer mil 1nlinery MIt ANI Mns GKO II DRUGK of of Danvlllo are guests of Mr and Mrs W II IJItalnB Mr W SJlcOfiiiK went to JclTcr ion county Wednesday to wind up his brothers business Miss UOLLIK McRoiiKRTS has re turned from a delightful visit to the Mines Lyno In Fayetto lit J 8 WELLS wife anddauhtor of Danville spout yesterday with he aMissthe late Judge J E Wright orders nor paper sent to Hoffman Montana MIBSKS MAUY AND SUSIE SHUN UEHS and Matter Miller Saunders wont to Loulsvlllo yesterday to visit their launta LlTTLK MAnOAIIRT UARniNadaugb tcr of Robert Harding hall a few of her young friends help her to celebrate her fourth birthday Danville News JOE 11 ROUT of the L k N Is up to lea his grandmother Mrs America Rout who Is still suffering from thu diode of a fall received sovertl da 1ago62 MINOR woo was seriously shot at Lanncaitor lomotwo months ugo has sufficiently recovered to rotor- ruin Loulsvlljc whcroho has been un dcr treatment MRS ANN IB McCLARY of Stanford II visiting the lamlly of Mr Greenbcr ry Bright Mrs Mary Howman will entertain aicardtThursdaynltcrnoon in I honor of Mrs E S Rowland Advo t cato GconuK W HOWARDS who was taken with pneumonia while serving on tho Wilson jury last week write that bo Is doing pretty well and will soon bo all right Ilo Is very thank for tho Kindness ho received at tho hands of Mr and Mrs Mark Hardlnr I and others while at the St Asap t Hotel LOCALS UPTODATE tinting done at Miss S Crays I Bio reduction on buggy robes toll clouo winter stock J C McClary CLOTHES Wrlngcru at Gco II Fa rls it Gos with a Qvc year guarantee READ George U I rle Gos ad Ivortleement It will Interest you TUB Huetonvlllo you folks will c a hop at Alcorns Opera UOU 1there tonight AL FIELDS MINSTRELS WALTONS OPERA HOUSE- TILUItSDAY MARCH 21 DRINO all of youreggs Highest cash prlco for them Am paying OJo for old hens P II Davis Lancaster Street VMAItttIOTTMr S A Marriott of Noun Hardln county who married Mlis polio Lewis daughter of the Into Wm LewUof this county died Mot day of paralysis aged about CO Tho wife and ono child survive I reported yesterday that M Duddcrar had dropped dead b 1JamcI whllo afterward that gentlom walking up the street deelarln T that there was nothing Jn tho rum and that ho was still a candidate for magistrate DONT fall to participate In the mary tomorrow If there Is a spark democracy lelt In you Pay no atton tlon to tbo republicans who aro trying to keep you from going Into tho prima r ry for it Is their gomoto get democrats to go unpledged In order that th may work on them for the final e r tion Remember tho polls open at oclock and cloeo at 4 and dont fall to vote I JOE JEFFERSON tho greatest of no tor will bo at tbo Lexington Opera J Rouse April 11 for a raatlneo and ova fling performance It will perhaps bo the last time the people of this section will have tho chance to see him and In order that they may ito eo W P Wai ton and wife will chaperone a party to tho I31uo Omit city Manager Charles Clotearly If you wUh to join tho party of tickets will range from COo 1Prices In this vicinity can or h Mr Walton or wrlto dl rcct to Charles Scott Manager Lox flIOgtoo CIIATTANOOCJA Chilled Plows and all kinds of Harness Gco II Farrls Sc Co t e DESIRAliLii residences and lots In Stanford for sale Apply to W P Walton A YEW days moro cold weather JoIlaughmaaI THE latest Is hiwithfuel 0 IL Farris Co youhapyour own prlco In order to reduce stock As our customers havo shown such an preciation of the Torrlblo Tumble prices In Groceries c wo bavo ncluded to extend tbo alter for andth week to Saturday March 23rd 1001 Warren Shanks b1ReMrtl Eaitlands roof caught fire from a spark from the chimney yesterday morning and the blaze was under considerable headway when discovered Assisted by his voluntaryfiroout the aid of tbo lire laddies FROST hurtyour If you will observe tho following suggestion Eastra peg each end of tbo row and stretch from end to tbo other flvo or six strings over the tops of tho beans an the yarn will absorb the frost Oom AT AUt7rloy Ae I am going to leovo Danvlllo I will on Thursday March 21st at 10 A 5L sell at auction my homo in that city Persona In icurcli of a good house at moderate prlco and on seep canine should not rots tale chance Go see the house bo foro day of sale H Giovannoll Dan rlllolyr biysat tho top of the Qrat column onour edito rial paco Look over tho list carofull Qand rote for the gentleman you thin can poll tho best vote In November nose Let aside personal feeling for tbe nounco and bavo only tbo Interest of tho party nt heartaACCIDENT As Mr I Ii11ord was coming down stairs at Mrs George D Wearens yesterday morning his bead begun to swim and ho foil Ho was picked up by tbo bomefolks when It was found that his note was badly cut and that ho was otherwise bruited an dulcan- not survive the shooktp DO IT Tills WAY The folloxltl will give n good Idea as to how to rot In r youtoX e narunning this time but if ho wore this to tho way bis namo would appear on tho ballot XrWAS Ills SCIJOOLIoIATEMr J McKee the Klngsvlllo fruit mho u s that bo attended school In Ohio for two years with Prcsldont Den Har whoeCa ems uopopulrrbeau80 nlty Mr McKeo has great respect to Mr Harrison and whllo differing wit him politically has watched his course In Ufa with much interest I I IIURTP U Taylor candidate for Ibo republican nomination for county attorney of Casey was badly hurt about his back and right leg by being thrown with much forco from his herao while canvassing on Rolling Fork His horse slipped up with him Dr Murphy was at once called and has had him In his caro since the accident Tho buusto mako any further canvass be wlurr GENTUJamell U Gentry ono of Stanfords most popular young men died at Thomasvllle Ga Wednesday ofeight aged 40 Ho went to that placo In November last with tho hopo of regaining his health but his vitals had hoop gnawed on by tbo dread dl ease so long that tbo change of climate had very little effect on him Nearly bogyea to not until the lust two or three years did ho think they were very much diseased aud It iP thou that bo and his sister Mrs EII Za Blalu who was with him when bodied wont to New Mexico and remain cd for months Ho was not much ban ofltcd there Mr Gentry was a sue ccsiful farmer and raiser of thorough bred horses until a tow years ngowhen bo and his brothers sold their farm on Hawkins1 branch Polltd and affable Jim Gentry was liked by all who knew him and the news of his death brought sadness to many a heart Mr Gentry never professed religion but was u straightforward honorable man who scorned a mean or little doed After short services at tho gravo at 130 this afternoon all that Is mortal of tho clover young man will bo laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery Peace to his tubes r IUAVE yourt hoto mono at Miss Sa Crays GARDEN Seeds Onion Sete an Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren ti Shanks GOLDEN WCUOINuPr L D Sampson of tho Chicago School of urnalism was on Tuesdays train re rning from Barbourvlllc wbero he woof to attend tho golden wedding of s parents Joseph and Emelino Samp son All the family of seven children worn at homo ono of them Joseph Jr coming from South Dakota wham ho has lived 20 years to bo present Tbo friends of Mr L D Sampson who used to bo the I Jd correspondent at lIar bourvlllc will bo glad to know that hole prospering In tho Windy City and making a big reputation for himself FINED Judge Carrsonhada big day In his court Tuesday Whilt and John Walls caught tines of 815 sad 810 ro specllvely for resisting Marshal Jones when ho went to arrest them and Jacob Walls and Will Yocum were fined 8 and 8550 for imbldlng too freely Bubo Hansford colored was given a 110 Ono for drunkenness Wesley Do lanoy aged 12 was brought hero from Klngsvllle charged with putting ob structions on tbo C S track but Judge Bailey was not hero and Judge Carson continued the case The boy placed fwd big rocks and a can on the track to- sco the engine knock them off be solddte odus c whether or not wo will get the roast re melee to bo soon Mcsirs Charles Murry and C O Coffey In charge of a a corps of civil engineers stretched their coats at tbo water works a fow days ago and yesterday morning they had gotten as far as J II McAllsters with their survey Thoy aro sticking pretty close to the route Capt Mabel laid out several years ago It Is not expected that these gentlemen will tut- all they know about tho Southern roud and tho building of H lino to connect Its northern and southern system but pleasekd should extend to tbo gentlemen every courtesy In their power and rook 0 their sojourn In our mldlt as pleasant s possible They aro deserving of our neat treatment Dr Clifton Fowler for Magis trate Knowing Dr Clifton Fowlers fitness for the ofllco of magistrate as I do desire as a taxpayer of this magisterial to ask tbo voters to consider his claims at tbo primary tomorrow In he first placo I believe bo Is ono of tho knowusurely chore are nono who will deny the tact that ho Is a successful farmer As president of various turnpikes be has proven to tho people of Lincoln that Kb Is tho boat roadmakcr In tho county When ho was mado president of the Hanging Fork Si Green River pike It was In bad condition financially and otherwise but tbo fret year of bis t chargeC of Ibo Turnorsvlllc McKinney Station it Coffcys Mill plko when ono gate was thrown open the road had bolas i palrtrte A K Denny R B Woods and other such citizens pot him to tako tbo pikhe 0 county In tbo meantime spanning Knob Lick and Hanging Fork with iron bridges that cost about 81800 This plko savor failed to declare a dividend of from 6 to 0 per coat while tho doctor had charge I merely mention this to show that Dr Fowler Is a success whatever bo attempts and to forthaPn provo that ho is of tbo kind of Umber that wo need for maglstrato this name Is not printed on the ballots but wo be llovo enough of his admirers will wrlto his acme on the dotted line below tbo 00baA CITIZEN MATRIMONIAL Dr W J Chllder of Livingston and Miss Fannie McFerran of Pine byHevAt Peru Ind John Boiling a wid LucyfIarllchildrenBGrccnup county lays claim to tho oldest married couple in tho Stato In tho persons ot Mr and Mrs John Hoi brook of Warnock Mr Holbrook la 01 and his wife Is 88 and they have boon married 73 years asTHIS AND THAT A United States gunboat destroyed 300 vessels engaged In trading with tho Filipino insurgents J It B Danforth a prominent Gear lao dressed up in big evening sloth Cs and committed suicide President McKinley and exPresi lent Cleveland will attend tbo funeral of oxPresident Harrison rt Indiana p lie Sunday An order has been mado for the Joons at Lexington to close Suede Thoy have been running wino epos the Lords day Col Wm Carey Sanger hoe been pointed assistant secretary ol war over tbo protests of Senators Plat and De pox of Now York a CHURCH MATTERS The Broadway church Louisville gavo for foreign missions leaf year 83 109Dowloites will establish branch of tbn Zlon Christian Catholic Church at Danvlllo Tho First Baptist church at Fort Wayne Ind suspended Indefinitely 65 of Its members who failed to pay the week Elder R G Frank tx Kentucklan took up a collection at his church In Philadelphia for missionary purposes and raised 8900 H H Hibbs of Wllllamsburgwrltes Wehavewith Evangelist T T Martin There wero 20 additions by baptism and sev oral by letter No man has over beep to WllllamlburUwho moro completely woo tbo people A crowded house In the morning with chairs in the aisle and an overlowing house at night greeted him the first fay ho was with us and all through the meeting crowded and overflowing night heard him with great delightm FTTBZilC I will sell at public auction In front of Orcharddopot carloadwillbQer for cauli In hand O M QILLILANO Lexington POSTED wo Rhino homer appear OOlow hero huntIDgThe public wilt ploaie bear this In mind P J DeliiI Crab Orchard KrigerNuntnel PIANO FOR SALE A Pine sbargain FRUITTBROS MORELAND KY Furniture And Under taking BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 9O1 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb Ind everything for loan and Oar on rises right as wo pap no agenu but nurseryI Mason HotelMRS U D 6IASF60N1ror Imicu8tcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendsd able Everything firstclass Porter meat all trains 89 NEW LIVERY STABLES W DtTlUtE lr sm Prone JUNCTION CITY IKY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates MendFIRST NATIONAL BANK OV STANFORD KY Capital Stock 150000 Sorplni 110000 This Inilliutlon originally esubllihed ss the De rodt Bank ntSUnford In IKS then reorganised N the National Bank of Stanford in 1863 andagalt eargsnlted si the Flnt National Bank oi Stanford 1882hai had practically an uninterrupted txUt snce for years It Is better supplied now nlU facilities for transacting builneai promptly and erally than erer before In its long and honoiab carter Accounts ot IndUldaals fiiludarlFi and lsdlddnaluollclteSntrtacroas P Btld Lincoln Co JwlIaydea9taarer S T HarrisII H Baughman J SlJockuII TP Hill WP Walton II 1P A TribbleII J CoUlerCnOi Orchd Jas ItoMnson Rubble M DEliuore Stanford avorrtcauJ S Hoc kar President J J McRoberU CathUr Lincoln CountyI Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Succeuor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Compsn and under same management ouiljr for U Years Solicits Your Bank Account loping such builnras relations will prove mutes ly bcnetlclal and plea DIR iCTOKSl J B J ii Uasle Sr eaJ NRenetoaA W ll Cummins LynnonShanks J F Cash J D Usury pOFFICERS JS H Shanks President J lJ Uadey ltashlsr W M Bright AuU Cubist rI Centimeri J x There is a growing demand for this popular GlovefAnother big lot has just come in for tho early Spring wear in White Purl Lavender Manilla Tans Modes Grays and Black Remember cfltIV1S I 4 Nicely in the house and givo you the best SI 4 and 8150 Glove on earth nP Jones Stanford Pay Less r ad- Dress Better NEWESTSTYLES IN- CLOTHING i FURNISHINGS AND SHOES II Come in and get fitted up for Spring Cummins MIary i mb iBIJ m I H m to SeveranceSPACErIBelongs are showing and Season Low prices the ruler I iEfE W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand At Lowest Prices I New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresh And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us W SAUNDERS CO IIW88 110 West Main Street L jt THE INTERIOR JOURNA It rabltshwdTuelwtiptaaad tzidesvA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopsldtBZOO will be charced Entered nlhe pottifflce at Stanford a eoondctaf matter URODHEAD r Dr Percy Benton was summoned to Mt Sterling on a sad errand the death of his mother Tho doctor bas tbo sympathy of the writer for he knows what It la to give up a mother Our postmaster is In Mt Vernon A E Albright and Win Adams two clever gentlemen have opened a full lino of goods at the Collyer at Owens stand and Mr Albright Invites his old CUE timers to call and see their now line of goodsOur postofllce caught fire last week and burned out tbo cabinet and all with the entire lot of mall Tho fire was extinguished before any great damag vyas dono Mrs Evans bad just bough a new cabinet and put it In the post officeBro A J Pike went to Buckeye last Friday night and returned Tuesday night and reports Mrs Wm 0 Jones ono of his faithful members very ill and has been for six or elgh weeks She Is convalescing at pres eDt Her many friends will be glad to know she Improving Miss Rlnda Pettus of Preachers vllle is an optlo patient of Dr Burdett the must noted optician In Kentucky Mr JE Tbompson late of Livingston Is with Mrs Thomas Francisco hei sister Ora Frith the noted orator J O Frith entered Lexington ofI ness College Monday J H Dunn one of our best and merchants went to Danville on a business trip and camEl back by Lan caster Miss Ella Dunn who has beet behind the counter In the absence of her brother makes a graceful clerk Aleon Tbarpo and wife of Rllevs are at the bedside of Mrs G W Tharpe She Is very low at this writing Wm A Owens of the Quail neighborhood was In town Tuesday and reported Mrs Martin Owens as being quito sick She li ifio mother of Dr J H Watson of our town Miss Leo Stone the beautl ful daughter of F F Stone of Lancas ter whom we reported last week as visiting Misses Salltu Purcell and oth- err relatives of our section returnee home Tuesday Mr Robert Pike 01 Livingston spent several days with ui this week Misses Amy Pike Collier Bettlo Wilmot and HoraceIs Benton came home from school day and returned Sunday and Master Bennie GrlDln of Mt Van non camp down with Miss Amy Pike und spent Sunday with her MIllS BorI ta Martin one of the teachers In the school at ME Vernon was visiting Mint Sallle Purcelf The writer was Invited to tako din nor at Mr Joshua Dunns Saturday it being the 81st birthday of Mr George T McRoberta who was born March Oth 1820 Bro McRoberts married a t Miss Ellen S Gaines a good Christian lady who was called to leave the good old man in June 1899 They had born to them five children three girls and two boys viz Mrs Susan E Dunn wife of Joshua Dunn Mrs Rebecca B Hen derson wife of James Henderson and Mr Bottle Frith the wife of J G Faith The two boys B B and J T McRoberts are both in Indiana Mr McRoberts united with the Christian church In 1860 Ills wife and children are all members of tbo same church and are splendid democrats Mr Mo Roberts has been a subscriber to the INTERIOR JOUKVAL from tho F J Campbell issued the first copyI 28 years ago and has never pay for his paper a single year next to the Bible with him We can truthfully say we know of no better man as a Christian and as a citizen than Mr McRobcrts So hero Is hoping that be may live to enjoy many more birthday dinners with his children and many flrends for all who know him love and honor him and If he and the writer live until the Otb of March 1002 I will make it a point to speud that day with this Rood old man According VP a late census bulletin Kentucky has a land area of 40000 square miles Tho largest counties In i the State are Pike 760 squaro miles Christian GlH and Hardln Olfl Rob erteon Is the smallest with 06 square miles Trimble comes next with 132 and Campbell follow with 145 Jefferson has 371 square miles A shoulderusually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of lumber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hooker Druggists STATE or Ohio Our or TOLEIMJ LICMS COUNTY I FRANK J fiiKKEr niakes otth ibit lie li senior arloer of the firm if F J CIIKKKV t Co doing buslnns la the City ol Toledo county and Slate doresld and that Mid firm will pay the lum of JlJU IjltVlilrLll UOLLAILStor each and every caw ol CATABHII that cannot le cured by the use of IUun CATAUUII CumFlIAXK J ClIKXKY Sworn to lcrore me aDd subscribed In oiy pre encl this fith dry of Deccuilier A D1688 eeuINotaryPubncUalllcalarrh directly n the blood and mucous surfaces of the system band ortteUmoslalyfrreF CO Toledo 0 8ldbydrufgUla73o Italla Family l1U are the HIlt r 0 SURE CURB FOR OnuWo doot know much about tho effect of materla medics upon the human system but we did write fill and take the following prescription which knocked tbo rlp higher than Glderoys kite our dlslsolvedthis we added a teaspoon full of water and another quart of whisky and tbeD place It over a hot fire and lot It boll euRlciontly long to boll out all the WB tor Wo then stirred In little moro whisky to cool and gulped ltdown with out batting an eye In order to remove the taste from our mouth wo took n little more whisky Glenwood Ava lanchoi The casual caller came In and remarked to tbo snake editor lYou didnt print that poem I eont you Good guess Why didnt you Well you said In your letter that If I published It I should hear from you again Plttsburg Chronicle FatherYou heard my daughter slog last night ArtletYesDid the blrdllko qualities of her notes Ah er there are EO many kinds t f birds dont you knowDetroit Free Press a Low rates Queen A Crescent Rout to the following meetings United MIn Workers bf America Knoxvlllc Met 1318 Knights of Honor Grand Lodg Kentucky Louisville April 011 Med- Ical Society of Tennessee Nashville April Oth to llth United Order of Golden Cross Paducab Ky April 1112 Call on Ticket Agents for fut then particulars- a A striking instance of the ease of money Is found In the statement tha the First National Bank of Chlcag has deposits over 875000000 and th Illinois Trust Company nearly as much I BlOOD POISON If you ever contracted say blood disease yea arc never ute unless the Tirasor poison has been eradicated from the sys t tem At times you see alarming symp toms bnt live In hopes no serlons results will follow Have you any of the follow ing symptoms Sore Throat Ulcer oa the Tongue or In the Mouth Hair Falling Ont Aching Puns ItchIness of the Skin Sores or Blotches on the Red and Smart Dyspeptic Stomach Sexual Weakness indications of the second stage Dont trust to luck Dont rain your system with the old fogy treatment mercury and potash which only sup presses the symptoms for a time only to rQc out again when happy In domestic life Dont let quacks experiment on 70- ulOur New Method Treatment Is guaran teed to cure you Our guarantees are backed by bank bonds that the dis ease will never retnrn Thousands of patients have been already cured by our cw Treatment for over twenty No risk not aexperlmeatlnopitchup cure The worst cases solicited We treat and cure VeakncIIIdiseases peculiar to men and women CURES GUARANTEED Consultation Free Books Free If unable to call write for question blank for home treatment t DRS- KENNEDY KEHOAN 528 Walnut Street CINCINNATI a OHIO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN byDOliver Chilled Plow as the Peering Hinder li superIor to the cradle W O COWAN- J S OOODE S M OWENS CATTLE LOST I A dark brown two ycarold ulcer left the JfTRlns farm In tho East End of Lincoln alld a light red two yearold steer left the S W OlTons farm Howard for Inlonna tlon leading to their T W KINNEY Junction City Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and- for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Trade 7vTith lames ryeft3ustonville AnaISave 4 Mon y FOR SALE I A Chance of A Life Time I I My Entire Stock of GcncrnllImchnmlis Storc House and Lot For Salo or will sell stock and rent store house and lot neat stand In Lincoln Co I F STEELE HCPTOKVILLB Kr H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor1 STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ReA JONES KVIA 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky DENTIST Stanford Offlotow UcRotwrta Drug SlorstOaJe1Il1- Udlo Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon InBrstclassstylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OIlEEll Stanford ICy Farmers Roller Mills STAKFOSO EY MORRIS FRED FiioVairroR 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 farnUh tho best of lour Foal Sbipstuff Chicken Food EtcI At tho very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage to glee you tbs very beat reaulta Dont forget mo but bear lu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FUEI Pror Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DanTllle Mondays Wednesdays sod Fridays Will bs In Stanton Tuontajrs Thursday and Sat urdaya Office In the 1enntngton HullJInjJSUnrorJOI lice hours 9 to 12 MJ to I r OSTEOPATHYI This Science originated and developed by f Dr ATSWII of KlriiTllle Mo depends on the principle of Anatomy and 1hyslology for Its re no rubbing no surgIWoperaUonaniclatma hlug supernatural Osteopathy views man sis machine of so many parts Its keynote Is adjustment When all parts art properly adjusted and not overworked braltb Is the result Some 01 the diseases treated b ui Nervous Pnxtrstlon headache Neuralgia Hheuuiatlsni Catarrh Weak Granulated Ltd jollre Heart Llrer and Lung Dltrasrs Constipation Illea Gall Stonea Enlirged ich and Inteatlnal troubles DlaeaeoIlione and litllrJolnll iaralldyluoontlnenceofUrtne fatomotordtax I Ousulltlou- ee Residence For Sale Or Rent A desirable residence of ten rooms with nil necessary outbuildings Including Ico house nnd stable with largo at tachod Tho property Is centrally located In Ilustonvlllo llon given at once For terms apply to Miss V Logan Ilus tonvlllo or Latonia IC- yPREACIiERSVILLE INSTITUTE rREAOIIKKSVILLE The first session of tibia school will open Jan 11001 Our course of sludylsas complete as that found In high Including kitchen arden and kindergarten In the department Tho common school branches lllghor Mathematics Sciences Languages the Illblo For further J O McKee 1rlnclpal ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams ft Co Paint Lick Ky Is Bgusrnnteed sure cure for horses and mules afflicted Fistula Iallovll Scratches Saddle toils Hard and Soft Enlargements Oroasy Heel Distemper For sale It cltob erts druggist fltanfordl M K Humphrev Liberty 0 Thompson Klngavllloi A Caldwell Ilros Br anUvllIo ICy F IlOomptonMIIIcdgovlire Oeo It Jeter Mlddlebnrg Cluro Turncrsrllle J II Vanbook McKln noy ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE ET Manufacturer of BRICKAnd LimeCement o o Write For Prices JG fYJc 1JA YI UWDBBTAKBBMantiUcturerand EAII TEES SADDLEEY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fr HAYSV- NDERTAEE13 DKALKU IN Furniture BInUiiig8RuxH And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Trices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Wall Paper Parlor I A E Gibbous Is now receiving the handsomest and largest line of both Imported and Domestic Wall Taper over shown In this part ol the Slalo We hive the cheapest to the most expensive thing monde Wo have tho paper hung by the very best decoraton at lowest prices We carry a full line of al kinds of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass And PAINTERS SUPPLIES at Lowest Market Price Respectfully A L GIBBONS Danville MAIN STREET A P BruceH C Bright BRUCE BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY We extend a cord al invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us when In Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles The LArgest and Best ASRortod Stock In Cuntral Kentucky All Bought For Cash In Car Lots and Prices Are Right Too It Bruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department Aud will be plea led to tee his friends at nil times Ike G Adler has chatgo our Harness Dopartment whlcb Is an assurance you can buy the Best Hand Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respectfully BRUCE BRIGHT I r rnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmr i Write To i j IIUf FAYETTE INVESTMENT Oe I OF LEXINGTON KY E E nail get n sample cortificnlo or their now = issue T A G MORGAN sec- YIE No3 W Short St IIi1111111111111UIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIgIIIIUIIIIUIUIUIUIUl llll- e0 GX oocooooooocaoet o T NEW FIRM J I Up 0 Having old a half Interest tn buggy and Implement business to 0 0 Mr A M Pence the new business bo conducted under itho linn namo of gj 0 1 GMSO1 PEJ GE + 0- n re We will keep in stock at all tilDe a handsome lino of 0- I Q Buggies carriages Harness Also Farming Implements In alldillonw wl tanlll all kinds of 7 Grain OorntOa18 nayHc loping you VIII favor tilt new O 0 your patronage l remain Iteept Your W A CARSON 0OOC000IOO7OOOt7 00 ffi 1700000 OX 00 OOOtDOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oo g CHINN FRYE- 4Brokers g- g ofg Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o 0o g Stocks Bonds Cotton Qrainog Provisions and Investment go Securities Bought and Sold 0- o 0 g Orders by mail or telegraph promptly o g executed o o Bank and Commercial RjfcroncM Long Distance Telephone 310 0 o IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S- s Just Received I o S Our Stock of New Spring Shoes THE + ECLIPSE Manufactured by Hel S mers Betman Co is the greatest 350 shoe on marketa For Style Material and Workmanship they ran not be excelled W E PERKINSCrabe Ky f 0 1 1 VttiNtiltilN 1 yN11vNW- T Wo have a Full Lne of Ledgers Journals i Day and Cash Books s For the KewYear Good Goodsjal Low Iricel i Pennys Drug StoreTELEPHONE 02 THE soumern mutual investment OF LEXINGTON KY INSURANCE REVERSES e We pay while you liycHaitI Line Companies pay when you die Which do you prefer 7 Over 300000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve and Surplus 4 00000 Paid in Maturities in September Further particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G Aus tin Special Agent Bradfordsville ICy Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough tourers In Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS N AVINIE 8 BAUELEY Pros u