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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL fJj I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 19 1901+ 9 A M NO7 LANCASTER Mrs K L Poor has rented her farm to Nathan Noo The Senior Croklnolo Club will hold Its next mooting at tho homo of Mr 11 II Dation y familyhaveDepot street Tho trial of Luther Hay fur the kill lert J 11 Doty and family have moved to Ibo tiou o ho recently purchased on Water street for 1076- Tho ccniu llsla are In tho county superintendents ofllco Trustee will please call and gut them AI O Flelde noted minstrels will fill t OperatiTho Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will moot next Saturday afternoon with Mra Ophelia Dunn The arrivals and departures of trav ellers on the night been facilitated by the placing of large lamps at Ss N depot andIchurch Dr J L McKee began a protracted mooting at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Services will bo hold at 3 In tho afternoon acid i01n thuevenlng An Infant child of Mr Cyrus Stono died from the combination of whoop ing cough and mcaslet The Infant of Mr and Mrs John Zanono Is danger ously low from erysipelas Dr Frances Woods a young and wonderfully fluent temperance lecturer and a tied Cro none just back from Manila will lecture hero at tho court house Wednesday evening atM oclock gripMiOurrard Is oleo Ill Mrs S P Grant of Danttllc Is the guet of Mrs A H Rice Miss Sparks hue arrived from Nathvlllo to visit her eUter Mrs Leo nldati Robinson W Mason has just purchased the I Weldon place on Lexington Avenue for oflchanged In the deal Dr Sandllo who had moved to tbo Walden property will remove to tho Mason dwelling Tho judges of Friday nights declam atory entertainment wero Prof Cha Swaneo Thomas Centre College Dr Patterson of tbo same Institution and M O Winfrey principal of the public school of Stanford J M Furra Mes dames U M Patterson and J W t Sweeney ofllclated a musical critics John L Anderson formerly of this city and u native of tbo county baa been promoted from tbo treasury des partment In Washington to duty In the government scrvlco at Manila Ho leaves the lit of April over land for San Francisco whore ho will embark for tbo Philippines Elder A H Moore began a series of Instructive and Intoreillng sermon Sunday evening on The Wo1Ide In debtedness to Judaism tbo dlicourno delivered tho 17tb Ai Regard Science to be followed by Indebted nets As to a Moral Code II and March 31 As to Christianity Tho many friends and admirers of non George T Farrls aro glad to that the Senatorial path la now entirely free for Oarrnrdo popular and v genial representative Though tho tact republican majority was near 000 the democrat feel they havo a winner I in the present Incumbent- C II Callaban representing the Lexington Real Etlalo and Savings Company has been In this oily Mm K L Poor and Illllo grandson loft Monday for Loulsvlllo George D Luse and who Bro at homo from the Falls City and Mr Luek has made no permanent Improvement from the course of treatment taken for tubercu losis O B Perkins a farmer residing 3i miles from town on the Crab Orchard road was found seriously shot In hie barn early Monday morning and died shortly afterwards It was u case of suicide The family allllctlons carryout the maxim Troubles como not singly but In battalions as bill wife Is dangerously low from pneumonia and t his daughter a victim of consumption The musical and declamatory contest Friday night was qulto creditable to tho graded school and Its pupils Little Miss Little May MeRobcrtfl the voungest of tbo girl speakers won tbo first honor Green Clay Walker was tbo successful boy orator and Richard Andereou tho best male vocalist Tuuso pupils will contest for similar honors with the representatives of the various schools unending tbo Blue- GrassI Tournament to tweet hero In May TWICE WOVEN Vindicator Ruthorfordton N C The editor of the Vindicator has hud occasion to test the efficacy of Chamber Inina Pain calm twlco with the most re marknblo results in each case rirtt with rheumatism In the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for 10 days which relieved with two applications of Pain Malm rubbing tho parts nflllctcd and realizing Instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time Second In rheu matism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and get up free from plInFor sale by Craig A Rocker Druggists The Seaboard AirLIne la purchasing a largo number of Uno bulls and roost era with tbo view to lending them to the farmers In Its territory in order to Improve the breeds of cattle and chick ens There ware 71 buildings burned at Clovorpor LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Considerable corn has sold at 82 In the East EndIMack D Eubanks sold to an Albany Mo party a Uno jack for 900 O II Chcnttult of Fayotto paid 81 700 for two yearlings by Imp Esbci J lid Woodfqrd of Paris sold 13 line ewes at 88 each and a ram for 830 Five hundred bales of Timothy hay or sale J S Owsley Sr Stanford Ky A C Martin Is grieved over the lots of bU old family horse which died the other day The Mayor of Lexington decided to breaiC up the assembling of borne traders on court days There are already 1000 entriesla the Kentucky Paternity to be trotted at Lexington In October Tho good old trotter Andy sold at Richmond Ind for 11025 Jutla Me Rae pacer brought 2400 Ono of the Golddust horses F Reid sold at Lexington for 210 two weeks ago changed hands Saturday for 500 J It Ilaggln paid 800 an aero for J H Kcrrn farm of 611 acres on tbo Mayevllle pike six miles from Lex Ing tonCol Underwood sold a cow and calf for 830 bought three sows and pigs at au to 817 and sold to D N Prcwltt a bunch of shoats at 4o Lottie Loralnc 2051 Is heavy In foal to Star Pointer 1601 The foal will have tho fastest heritage In the world the average being 2021 John Sears of Pulaskl sold last week flvo pound of ginseng seed for 8100 Mr Scars sold 3500 worth of ginseng from his farm loot year Lutes Co sold to Thomas fleet a fouryoaroM mare for 800 and bought several shoat of different parties at 41 and 4o They want to buy more Garry Hermann tbo favorite In the Kentucky and American Derbies was breezed seven eighths at Churchill Downs Sunday In 131 with his head pulled double Capt Sam Drown of fered 20000 for him A J Welch a bookmaker of Hartford Coon has offered sweepstake of 20000 with 1250 entrance fee for two races between tbo celebrated trotting horses Charley Herr Dorulma The Abbot and Crescous to tako place at Hartford D F Sanders ft Co have bought of Forsylho fi Chlon 80 bogs for delivery about April the 10th at 60 W C Carpenter recently bought of Joo Mc Dowell of Boyle county 30 lambs to bo received April lit at fwharrode burg Democrat- SprlOlllatnb railed In hot houses xellri at 30o a pound In Now York If comes oblelly from Salem N J The sheds In which tbo lamb run are cov ered with glass to give them tbo bone Ut of the sun Tho little annlmals aro so frail that exposure to tbo winter would kill them A joint swine exhibition will be held at Kansas City Oat 7 to 11 by the Berkshire and PolandChina Associa tions Tho committee on arrangements consists of six breeders three from the PolandChina and three from the fork shimo wing It U hoped to have 300 ox hibitors 3000 animals and premiums aggregating 85000 to 110900 1000 acres of corn grass and meadow lands to rent for balance of this year and to lease for 1002 and 1003 to sible parties only Will rent or lease In lots to suit renter Dwelling and several tenant houses also 100 acres of growing wheat See display ad later of stock personalty dec A bargain can be secured by applying at once George S Shelby Shelby City Ky Tho average price of hugs last week says Chicago Drovers Journal wad Co higher than the previous week 65o higher than the last week of last Del cember and 80e higher than the closing week of last October being the high est week slnco last April and within 15o of tbo top week of last year and In fact tbo top week In over six years pastDANVILLuOURTThorn wore some JOO cattle on tho Danville market yesterday most of them changing hands Shelby Bros sold to James Snlllman 75 twoyearold cattle weight 090 Ibs at Ho They also sold a bunch of late calves at 820 M J Farris bought a bunch of 000 pound cattle at 4Jo Dink Wilkinson sold 25 twoyearold 700 pound calves at 833 Isaiah Wblto sold to John J Allen 23 ono and twoyear old cattle at olio Heifer and cows greatdemandbands MATRIMONIAL Rev Green P Todd and Miss Eva Taylor were married In Pulaski last week Mr Todd lea rising young min ister James U Heath aged 17 obtained license yesterday to marry Mlsa Kittle daughter of tbo late W F Abraham Tho wedding will occur at Mrs lIar riot Abrahams tomorrow That Carroll county father of 80 and mother of 10 who have drawn twin boys In the game of matrimony they aro wise or otherwise sit in the rock er for the rest of their lives and stand pat on a pair Loulsvlllo Times What most people want is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys io Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets flll the bll to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in ofloct For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville Is to havo a lodge of Elks tbo charter for which has been granted Miss Luoy Perkins aged 80 died on Fishing Creek In Caeuy connty last week Gov Carter has offered a reward of countybarjldA postofDco has been established at Ridge Casey county with M B Wright as postmaster J E North charged with forgery countyJIIII pardonKly turned down Wilsons petition Fire broko out In the rear of Welsh Wisemans store In Danvlllo but was extinguished before much damage was dune Marshal Sampson Dolton shot and killed Woo Moore at Jelllco when he attempted to rescue a man the marshal had arrested At Asa Browns sale near Bryants vllle hogs sold as high as 7 cent per pound corn 200 milk cows 850 and all other property similar prices W B Catching of London was hurt In the panic succeeding the alarm of fire in tho Merchants Hotel at Washington by jumping out of a win dowE W Llllard of tbo Danville News and B C Berry also of Danvlllo com puss a now real estate and Insurance Oral They should make a strong team R C Bradley has been awarded the contract for erecting a handsome two story dwnlllng for J B Adams on the lot ho recently purchased on East Mhtn Advocate The fiscal court has fixed the Mercer county tax levy at cents per 8100 Too total amount of taxable property this year Is 3121380 The poll tax was Used at 1160 The Manufacturers Bank of Middles born will be changed Into a national bank and Its capital Increased to 450 000 A L VorU onhtor has sold out his Interest to Robert C Ford The suits of A B Hampton at Man chester against the Louisville Times and Courier Journal for damages for al leged libel have been dismissed on pe Litton of the plalntKT and at his cost he recognizing that his grounds for the null wero untenable Alma tho 16 monthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs J J pagan died Sunday at Corbln and was burled Wednesday In the Richmond cemetery The loving sympathy of a host of friends In this parentRichmond J F McCoy a deputy sheriff shot and killed French Howard a miner at Pinovllle McCoy bad been drinking and hit Howard with his pistol The latter pulled his revolver and McCoy knocked It out of his hand and shot him McCoy 110 jail and the miners threaten to lynch him Alex McKenhan shot at Elias Mooney on a passenger train Sunday after noon but failed to hit him The car was crowded and It was almost a mira cle some one was not killed McKee ban was arrested by Deputy Sheriff McKee who was on the and turned over to the jailer at Williams burg Jesse P Randle a prominent farmer of Pulaskl gave a barbecue Kendrick Pbolps und several of the Phelps fatal Iv attended and a fight tar Handle and Kendrick Phelps In which Phelps was shot and fatally wounded while Jesse P Handle Is badly cut Several bystanders were hurt but not fatally Phelps family were In the light The trouble came up over a law suit which has been In the court for several years The Phelps and Ran dies are related AL FIELDSEES At Walton Opora House Thur day March 21 A shrewd business brain and Inex haudtablo enterprise and originality have placed AUG Field where hole to day at tho head of minstrel managers of America Proof of tbla broad and sweeping assertion Is found this year In the company of 30 people with such artists us wero noer before gath ered together lo ono company Just glance over sane of the names There Is DtinQulnlan of course and wltb blm aro those two merry chaps Jake Wei by und Will Uackelt and airman L lIdo the funniest of dancers a su perb corps of vocalists Including lIen del Hastings Charles Foreman Karl Gath Archlo Hood AUbroy Prlnlu C C Pearl Ed Munson Frank Fogg and others the great Knetger tho two master spirit of a mbldcxterlty whose performance ls marvelous In the extreme Welby Si Pearl tbo Un do al oclo exponents of refined neJro comedy the De Volvos great French musical novelty experts the Shadolra troupe of English pantoralmlsts and tbo crown tog feature from two worlds the Fa moua Faust Family of acrobats seven In number The excellence of these fay mous people does not obtain In any oth her act In the world No wonder that enthusiastic approbation meets them everywhere it will when the eompa ny comes to Waltons Opera House March 21st If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains PainBalm a trial It will not cost you a cent If It docs no good One application will relieve tho pain It also cures sprains and bruises In one tblyd the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites quinsey pains in the side and chest glandula and other swellings are quickly cured by applying Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 60c For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists Lutes ft Co sold at Danvlllo yester day u bunch of calves at 8222 a lot of heifers at 81125 and some plain yearlings at 122 HUSTONVILLEI ITho election was very quiet and ev was well pleased Georgo D Weatnarford carried No 2 precinct for coroner by two votes W W Lyon has returned from At verydullJ C Neal bought of Honest Joo Snow 18 shoats at 60 J W Allen bought of D O Allen six twoyearold heifers at 825 The young folks here gave a delight ful hop In honor of Miss Edna Kaiser of Oxford 0 wbo Is visiting Miss Mellfo Hopper Derb Sugars of the McKinney section was attending church Sunday when a burglar broko Into his house getting a suit of clothes 12 silver knives and forks and 12 shirts wltb the above name worked on them A BC Dlnwlddlo defeated Dock Drye for coroner by two votes The race between thorn was very exciting but everything was peaceful and quiet Dinwiddie bad moro peanuts and apples and that caused Dryes defeat F B TwIdwoII Is at the Norton In Urinary Louisville Wm 3 Stone of Liberty spent Sunday wltb friends hero J G Weatberford of Mllldale spent several days with relatives J Sid Adams and Frank Robinson of Danville spent Sunday with friends and relatives here J D Wcarcn ot your city spent Sunday at the Weath erford House Miss Anna Belle Wheel er of Cincinnati is visiting her uncle Mr Cbas Wheeler A Noble Young Democrat The subjoined card of Andrew Buchanan Is such as was expected of a young man of his typo Commend us to a thoroughbred every time for a gentleman If you want to find a game hon orable chivalrous man or boy one who docs not pout or fry or whine or sulk when be gen the worst of a contest or a bargain go to a Iborougbbred From the Ono old Scotch Buchanan blood or from tbo blood of the old Indian fight er Whllley tberq could never como highstrunghlghdrew Whitley Buchanan has shown himself to be We shall bear from him again To TilE DEMOCRACY or LINCOLN COUNTY Without awaiting the for mal action of the committee which shall declare the result I recognize tbo fact that by last Saturdays primary election my worthy competitor Hon M F North was fairly chosen as tbo nominee of our party for representa Live In good faith and without com plaint I acquiesce In that result I felicitate Mr North on his good fortune and I congratulate my party that It bas chosen a nominee worthy to wear its honors and ablo to defend Its cause I earnestly enjoin every democrat wbo was partial to mo In this contest to give Mr North and to the euttro ticket nominated his open and zealous sup port For your generous assistance In pretensionIdance I may bo able to give you In tho approaching campaign that I was not wholly unworthy of your confidence will be to unite with you In body and soul as I shall surely do In faithful work for the success of our common cause ANDREW W BUCHANAN CHURCH MATTERS Rav J H Hopper Is holding a revi val at Richmond Roy G W Argabrlte has bad 32 ad dltlons at his meeting at the McFerran Memorial church Leulsvlllo Tbo Rev W W Williamson of Richmond has accepted a call to iho Christian church at Bluefleld W Va Rev Elijah Kellogg author of Spartacus to tbo Gladiators and otb HarpewellMo Glasgowburnedtho property of the First Christian church paying for It 31050 The Christian Church at Paris has purchased property on which to erect a new building to cost 15000 Tho old church which will bo torn down was built In 1857 The Sunday cbools of tho State are asked to observe Maroh 31st as decis ion day or day of reaping This Is a day set apart for giving every member of tbo Sunday school who has not already done so an opportunity to ac cept Christ and join the eburcn Ono of the most remarkablu examples of municipality ownership In the United States is shown In tho town of Edlnburg Ind Incandescent eleotrlo lights aro furnished to residences for 16 cents a month and to business houses for 20 cents a month for 10 candle pow or lights Water works are also oper ated at an annual charge of II to each consumer and a complete and perfect telephone evcbango Is maintained with a monthly rental of 60 cents A Missionary Institute and Epworth League conference for the Danville district will be hold at the Methodist ohurcb Stanford April 13 Rev Jr R Deerlng C A TBJTUO J Q A Vaugbt O J Nugent E G B Mann L Robinson and others aro on the progam for addresses and an enjoyable occasion Is in prospect The pastor and members of the Stanford church extend a most cordial Invitation to the people of the town and county to attend the exercises Wash Slade was shot aod fatally wounded by William Hayes at Trtaum this state Slado wounded Hays twice before the latter opened fire ttrr E i1Our New Stock is Now Ready For Your Inspection J a v 1 50 Cents and f100 I andl W tj us to you can fit anyone M lIIT PAYS TO TRAmATB 1 THE GLOBEMerc- hant r E Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Itepltlringt r i JJYour money back If jroure not satisfiedrte HIRSCH Danville lfii Successors to J L Frohman k Co = q == =tm t PIra8 Cf t t1 AeeF3 zfffs810 tfb e i Our Spring Suck 4 v aA o It It i1Vill Contain the Newest and Nicest Things the Market fdy a g fjt Affords We always have the wlty J iIJttv fid can The shirts this season will be the most beautiful patterns i Jiwt1lJ r SEE OUR STOCK x fiMs oOit IH J McROBBBTSi1t 4 v m fi IiIf kr 1f r ra i ydr t 4i nktylst fit pPAeP ii f C iiml2I ElQofI O F1 ii ro i fii fi I A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work attested ih ilthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered 8 tbZ This Is The Best Clothes Wringer Made r lyt WA TYilThe rolls In this Clothes Wringer are soft J are warranted by us for two years from the date of purchase for family use If either roll proves defective during said time we will replace same free of charge ls HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford hu TAKE Y- OURPRESCRIPTIONS TO Craig Hocker Stanford For Accuracy and Low Prices HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For RtprtlCl atilt M F NORTH for County Judge JAS P BAILEY for County Clerk GEO BCOOPER for County Attorney HARVEY HELM for Oherif M 8 BAUGHMAN for Assessor M G REYNOLDSfor DINK FARMER for School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON MAJ E W LILLARD of Danville who had a strong following for the democratic nomination for Stato Sena tor publishes a card la the last Issue of the News withdrawing from the race His reasons therefor are that he has assumed the business management of the News of which be is now the principal owner and that his new Held of labor will require his undivided attention Tbla leaves the nomination to Senator George T Farrls who will be nominated by the committee if no other candidate announces within the stated period The many friends of Maj Llllarcl will regret hla action but as good democrats will appreciate that this Is no time for fi lotion In the par ty by contests which always result more or less In division The major la himself a splendid typo of true dem tocraeyand will yet receive reward for his unselfish action at the bands of the party ho loves and serves THE Danville News announces that Ma E W LlUurd has become the c manager and editor with Mr R O Cunningham as associate editor With splendid a team the news Is bound to grow and prosper We heartily welcome the now addition to tbo Jour caustic ranks IF Grover Cleveland had continued to grow In public estimation as Gnq Harrison did be would now be much larger than the estimate of Alexander by the little boy who asked his father bw tall be was Unfortunately however Grover hasnt imyroved the shining hours c t Jftfi ftik t tlt + itJtf t ttt fjfirt i t fti rm r f t CLOSING OUT SALE The Louisville Store Stanford Kentucky Just got instructions from headquarters that Salinger Bros are going in the wholesalebusiness in Louis ville and have decided to close out the Stanford Store known as the Louisville Store It means that our stock of goods MUST BE SOLD It dont matter about the price they must be turned into cash 500000 Worth of Our New Spring Goods That bought before the decision was made will be slaughtered in this great closing out salewere Eastern houses to cancel their orders therefore we will give our customers the benefit of these new in the closing out sale Dont delay coming but come while stock is full 1 of new seasonable goods Killing prices are going to do the work Some goods will be sold at cost and some goods will be sold GO AT IB Pi COST f Ladles patent leather belts heavy worth 35c dont miss this chance i 63x00 bleach ready made sheets Jtldctlj81x00 unbleach ready made sheet 72x72 bed spread Marseilles pattern 2J yard lace curtains worth 75c 48e- Svard lace curtains only 72c i 2000 yards Hamburg bought at hOc on theIdollar We can save v6a at least half onI ithcse border JtoodsiFancy linen fringed 35x21 worth 25c lbcIAll linen blue bordered towels 39x21 White linenfringed towes 41x24 worth 35c 24c 400 doz flab pearl buttons worth 10 and 15c per dos 5c Fancy blue and red striped scrim worth lOc 5cper yatd 10inch linen crash only Gc BOO yards fancy webbingworth this week So I 3 spoola goo machine thread lOc Ladles leather belts all sizes patent tauten ers worth 25c 9c f 200 pairs mens wool pants actual value of f goods 2 will sol at 1H I knee 19c fBoys pants Boys long pants in jeans48eMens all wool doeskin jeans pants as long as they last 69c Mens single breasted cutaway worsted suits only4OSt rt1 t i t 1 ITuo Louisville Commercial says tha has a queer Idea of the ob llgatton of a citizen to serve his coup try because It remarked that no decent democrat would accept favors from a republican president as Lind say has done in the matter of the 5 000 St Louis fair commissionership It la not a question of obligation u serve the country In this Instance but simply an obligation that the presIdent feels to reward for services to tho republican party a man who has become a traitor to the party to which he owes every honor and preferment that have been so lavishly conferred on him SENATOR DKBOB making a virtue of a necessity says he Is for Gov Bradley for U S judge with Pugh out of the race which be never was In He furth er said that Judge J H Tinsley would be appointed district attorney Hon George M Davison assistant and Steve Sharp marshal Wltb the exception of the latter It Is a pretty good layout Wo like to see good republicans get tbelr duos but dislike to see turncoats and traitors rewarded for their trcach cry LEXINGTON shouldnt put on too many city airs at once A distinctive feature of tho old town for 100 years has been horse trading on Cheap Side county court days and it seems almost- a sacrilege to stop It Mayor Duncan had better go slow TUB Tenesee Legislature has passed- a bill which baR been signed by the governor prohibiting coeducation of tho races A similar bill made a law In Kentucky would knock Berea College and Berea Bill Bcckner hlghner kite THE flippant notice of the death of squire Pat McDonald editor of the Frankfort Argus by tbo Louisville Commercial Is about the most Indecent and disreputable piece ot yellow journalism we have ever observed POLITICAL The Tennessee Legislature a democratic body unanimously adopted a resolution eulogizing the late Gen Harrl son Gov Beckham and brldo are enjoy- Ing the delights of Pass Christian on ho Gulf of Mexico and Lt Governor Carter is steering the ship ot state v John W Cutron was nominated for Stato Senator from the 10th district by- bV tho republican convention at lurkesvllle Capt E W Ltllard of Danville has lono a sensible thing In abandoning a race for the Stato Senate to become an dltor It Is much more pleasant to- bo an editor and prod Senators than to- bo a Senator and prodded Lexing ton Democrat I In starting Manager Schwab on a salary of 11000000 a year his employers seem to have made sure that ho will not spend a part of hU time in looking around for another job Is there a hoodoo on the trail ot Ban nay ills ship subsidy bill was defeated bo failed to get two senators from Dela aware though be sot bU heart on break tugthe deadlock and now be 1s being thrown down in Nebraska The INTERIOR JOURNAL la outspoken for exGovernor McCreary to succeed Senator Deboo McCreary la a good democrat an able statesman and would fill that exalted position with honor Be U good enough for usAdalt NewsJudge James D Blacks friends an nounco that the Knox county politician ts again a candidate for the democratic nomination for Governor He is a toad man and evidently believes in the early bird argument Louisville CriticIt seem that Mr McKinley le riot the only citizen of the Buckeye state who tries to impose upon tbo Al nighty An Ohio minister when called to account by his church for kissing a female member of his congreatlon ex plainedliDo not blame mo blame God for from Him I received divine revela ation to do as I have doneBryans Commoner Chairman Young succeeded inelTecl Inlt harmony between the Kenton county democratic factions Under Its terms Larry Bo onechultz the Pugb man will continue to act as county balraan a primary will be called In tune and a committee of four two from tbo Pugb side and two from the Ellis ton faction will endeavor to adjust the Terences Mr David Hesse of Glasgow said to tbo Cincinnati Enquirer I find in my travelb that most democrats irougbdut the Stato favor Gov James B McCreary for United States Sena- or Ho la decidedly the choice of the emocrats In our section Ho is Incomparably the best equipped democrat we have for tbo Senatorship and eservcs thn honor and should have It Ithout opposition In his own party Tho body of Benjamin Harrison was tiered In Crown Hill Cemetery Indl napolla Sunday in tbo presenceol 15 000 people Within the roped area at- tbo grave were President McKinley and other visitors of distinction and the most intlmato friends of tho deceased Tbe weather was beautiful Tho burial was proceeded by simple yet Impres slve services at the bouse in the First resbyterlan church and at the grave resident McKinley left on his return lurney early that evening An alarm of- tire sent several engines and trucks dashing along through the crowd just- as the funeral party was entering the lurch but no one was injured awer roundlworm 4 t i youtStacks of new spring suits are coming in every fLadlesprice 40 and lOur line of sample shoes 21 and 3 worth 160 1and 12 will as long as they last at UnciOne lot of childrens school shoes 8 to 11 they are worth doubc tlie money but go at Special reduction In our lino of Ladles and Mens Shoo Dont forget to look at our line of carpets and mattings- 0foot fo t shade patent rollers only lOc All linen shades plain and fringed worth COc 25c fiOO dozen linen collars worth 16c our price 60 Mens suspenders 9c Mens silk finished suspenders worth 25c IBc- Mens seamless black sox only Mens heavy gray mixed cotton other ask you lOca pilr our price 2 pairs for ICo One lot of polkadot shirt waists In wool two to n customer 76c 390 Ladles black flgneil drdss skirt worth f150 98c Ladies nil wool rainy day skirts OS CARPETS 2000 yards ingrain carpets 1000 yards bump carter 100 places mating rag carpet and floor oil cloth will be closed out at 10 to 4Uc per yard j j t Judge W U Phillips of Jcsiamln Ii serving his 27th year as county judge and Is a candidate for tbo democratic nomination for another term The democrats of Alabama will make a strong light for a constitutional revision which means the disfranchise mBnt of the Ignorant voters of the State Appreciated Comments W P Walton In a recentjntervlew stated that ho was a candidate for Rail road Commissioner from this district There is no democrat In Kentucky wbo la moro worthy the aupportof bit part tban W P Walton for he has with unflagging energy worked for tho sue cess of the principles In which bo be leaves and his able nod fearless conduct of the INTERIOR JOURNAL for the success of democracy has won for him an enduring place In the esteem of his follow democrats Tbo News Is for Walton for anything bo wanuDaD vllle News Mr W P Walton the brilliant edl tor of tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL Is a prospective candidate for Railroad Commissioner In his district If a willing faithful servant Is to receive any part of his reward this side the grave the democrats will know what to do in this case when tbo time comes for them to act Glapgow Times Mr Walton Is well qualified for tee position of Railroad Commissioner and his election would bo a matter ot congratulation for the district rNicho latvllle Journal A firm of sUck men at Toronto Canada has made a pile of money by a clever advertising dodge tbelr advertisement sllld liOn rcceitof U we will send securely sealed a beautiful bound book of 400 pages full of good things Every sport should have one Tho roost wonderful book ever written French and English translation Prohibited in some countries Write at onco Tho detective department scooting tho circulation of Improper literature ont a dollar and received a 1C cent BI ble They have not Interfered with tho tale not caring to curtail tbo prop gatlon of the gospel 4 John Garrett u farmer and R C Adams a merchant met on u public road in Madison and engaged in pitched battle with pistols over the ions dogs They emptied their pistols nt each other reloaded them and empt- Ied them again Strange to say none of the shots took effect + S SIt will bo three weeks yet before the upremo court decides the constitution tad Ifag case- Robert Moreland of Lexington sold- last week two highclass horses for- IjOO r One big line of calico worth 5c only 3e for closing out prier Beet brands of blue calicoes Co quality clo price 4 and 4jc lngiYard wide blench cotton 7Jc quality closing prica only 4c Blue and red plaid table linen 40c quality clos log out puce Me- CoInch s white tab o linen 40c quality closing out price only S3c Yard wide brown cotton cluing out price 4 Yard wide percale lOc quality only 6c to dole DRESS GOODS 23 piece of new thick dress KOod mlJed to our already big line of dress goods to be void at a sacrifice In this dOlling out wle Dimity Pique 15 pieces holiest Lawn Organ dy Covert llhand hundrctie of new hung that ounpnce will not permit us to inenllun lOc and 3V corsets pink btue and white sure mer cunvU wilt doe out at 23c i IOUI moneyIIPink Utile UrabanJ White Short Walt Corsets only I t U 1 t t dWhen You TiiinR of Hoosedcaninj r Hcmciubcr that the Largest IMIIOIlIntid most 11ji todalc display of Furniture CarpltstDruggets Wall Paper Picture Frame Etc Are t WITHERS J andWIIAlcompetition pnew take cnro of themselves proem With ore tho OXJ mcg haler quotes you WHOLESALE PRICESKcniemtwr we have no jockey prices we do not price you u fiftycent cnrpetat evcntyfivo nUll give you n to oiler us vo or give ourselves an ehmcottunity to full ten cents Wo price it nt i cent nail sell nt that price W W Withers Stanford r 8O111tli1njNw I IT WILL MAKE t HARD WORK EASY After n Ilealof 1eldedl8Y It ill Ihc renleat invpntlon pricoFtcmed at vinced it is very cheap MBS K J tJrattFOR SALE HY GEO H FARRIS CO Take Advantage Of The Great Sacrifice SaleWhich is still going on at THK KAOKEr STORE CLOTHING Mens Suits worth JB now J205 Mens all110 now HAS Worsteds Diagonals and Cashmeres worth woolstilts worth 813 Youths stilts worth f5 now f411 Youth all wool suite worth J3 to 3 now H 08 drens three piece suits from 85c to f260 Bore fine snits allsizes 1313 CllN Mens la now 05c Youths going at use sohJcheapShoes from 60c to I2 60 i allslzpsnow lOc wool fleece underwear worth fl now 4Jc tine shirts underwear silk and satin shirts worth 1150 now 7Jeo ladies undosltlrts for 30c Ulens from 31e up line cashmeres from IOc lip ntens hRUllklrchlefs from be calicoes ladles ban lcerclrief for c sllka satins 2 goodorctw for 6c ofotheryourself and see for The Racket StoreJacob Glnsburc Prop Next Door to Lincoln National BankI IeTHEINTERIORJOURNAL IPERSONALS p AUCIIIE KLKJN In at homo from W1U IIlamsbur College Mil J It OltNOOIIKK Of LlvlDRBtOB was hero Yesterday Silts S O THURMOND li visiting her daughter nt Uorso Cave tt Miss JENNIE PUNCH left Saturday to visit relatives lu Mlstuurl A O MAUTIN of Lincoln was In i Somerset this weelc Juurnul t Mlts ET HBAZIKY Buffered arc 1rlapee yesterday and la very III SIIKLTON M SAUFLKY of the Lox FridaytMKJoilN L DOSLKV of Paris with hit parents Mi and Mra Jack Uosley Miss FIOHKNCI TANNEII Is tak Inll guitar lessons from Henry Saxton at Lexington f Miss MAUUI G AMMAN of Wyan tlotte I T la with Mite Leo Powell at Hubtonvlllo MIL A A KUSSKLL will leave In a 1 few days for Illinois whore bo expects to RO In business JACOiiOlNBliuno proprietor of the Racket Store left Sunday for tho East to buy more goods LITTLE MIss JOSEIMUNU KKLIEU Is quite at the bomu of her R rand par eats Mr and Mri E FarrI MR AND Mils CURTIS Govutt of Crab Orchard returned Friday from a delightful visit to Now Orleans Mlt O It COLUMAN of Stanford t visited bis son Tuuiiluy at tho M M I Training School Paris Now I MRS W II SHANKS of Stanford H visiting her parent Mr and Mrs T 4Pantographarrived eterdDylo visit her mother lr Annie Latlcy She t lookin splendidly M F BLIC1N organizeda Tent of s Maccabees 20 members at Dunevill- last week W C Cuadlff was chosen commander x S n MARTIN president of tho Mt Vernon bank was here yesterday Ho say that tho Institution vuccccdlng beyond expectations MRS J U ADAMS will entertain a number of friends at dinner Saturday In honor of the 78th birthday of her mother Mrs Mary Llllnrd Advocato QUITE a number bavo signified their Intention to Join tho Walton party to hear Joe Jeller on at Lexington The oxpenscti will be about 45 each The date II April 15 TUB missionary meeting of the La dies Aid Society will bo hold nt Mrs W II Hlggins next Friday at 3 P M Instead of Mr J W Routs us an nounced Sunday Slit AND SIRS W E MCAFEE wore thrown out of their buggy while going to Danville court yesterday but were worse seared than hurt Their homo scared at a bicyclo MESSRS AHCIIY SANDS AND LEO HARDY advance agents of Fields Mln etrole bavo mado every man woman and child In town aware that tho troupe will bo hero on tho set EDITOR Louis LANDRAM and James A Burnsldc of Lancaster were hero Sunday en routo to Louisville Hugh t T Logan of the same place was with them but was going to Cincinnati Miss MARY A MCUOUERTS tbo pretty little daughter of Mr and Mrs W B McHobcrU of this place guess ed nine of tbo 12 greatest dead Ken ucklans In tho Lexington Herald con test MRS WILL O LACKEY who made many friends hero whllo visiting the a family of lion G A Lackey wont tot Louldvtllo Friday where she will remain some time before returning to St Louts Mn iteAM LKACIIMAN Geo L Pen nys genial prescription clerK passed 1unexamination for hospital steward In Loulsvllla last week and will leave Friday for Louisville and thenco to Francisco whero ho wilt go on tho ship Independent Alter Ben 44San on this vessel for a month or so heI bo assigned to some post In foreign waters Mr Leachmans friends hero dislike very much to bavo him leave Stanford LOCALS U1 TO DATE tinting dune at Miss SsII orayn TilE last two days have been so spring 11ko that tho gardeners got to planting potatoes Kaos FOIL SKTTINO Thoroughbred Leghorn ono setting 75o two IIfo 1125 Farris Keller Stanford it AL FIELDS MINSTRELS WALTONS OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY MARCH 21 NEWS comes from Casey that tbero are 20 republican candidates for jailor and almost as many aspirants In some of the other races FRESH fish today W U Brady NKV 1 seedpotatoes at A Bt Florences 2t HOMEMADE lTanycream candy good and cheap at J U Meiers WANTED All your chickens Will pay 7c this week A D Florence LOOK cents cash for old hens Want all the eggs I can gut P U Davie A FEW days more of cold weather will exhaust our supply of coal J H Baughraan k Co Tilt boys will glyn Mr Beam Leach man a farewell hop at Waltons Opera Mouse Wednesday night COME In Thursday and sea Fields Minstrels big parada They havo tho biggest brats band In the business J H IlAUOUMAN Co will sell you hay and feed of all kinds at almost your own price in order to reduce stock TilE trustees of Crab Orchard have set aside a nice sum to Improve the streets and sidewalks of their town A good idea- THEquung folks attended the hop at Hustonvlllo Friday night report- a delightful time A Daovllla colored band furnished tbo tousle THE Southern railroads civil engineers who havo been quartered at tho water works for week woro called to St Louie Sunday They left their paraphernalia here TILE biggest minstrel l troupe ever In Stanford AI Fields at Waltons Opera Homo March 21 Reserved seats at W B McRoborts 70c More than half tho houso reserved LEO BROKEN Will Napier of the Maywood section had his left log brok en below the knee by a kick from a horse bo was handling Ho was lame In that leg caused bv rheumatism SCALDED Tbo threeyearold eon of Janlo Johnson colored foil Iota a pot of boiling water at her homo on tho creek and was so badly scalded that It Is feared that tbo little follow will die RookcaetlegranK a from his holster striklnir n tie It was onecInch below the heart and passing thro1 his body FRIENDS of J L Jones who moved from Rowland to Alum Springs are urging him to apply for the postotllco there which has boon without a post toaster for some time Mr Jones Is a splendid citizen but wo fear ho Is too good a democrat to get the ofllce EXCHANGE James B Gilkereon of Crab Orchard who makes the beet meal In the country will open an or change at that place and handle flour c from Morris Freds Farmers Holler Mills at this place He will give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds of bran for every bushel of wheat brought to him Give him a trial UNUSUAL Tho unusual sight of lambs nursing a female hound can be seen at Capt B F Powells The captttn had three pet lambs that tbo hound whoso pups bad been taken from her became very much attached to and now she plays the roll of moth er to them with perfection Copt Pow ell also has a couplo of lambs that hao hair Instead of wool on them Tbo lit tlo things look almost as much like pups as they do like lambs THE following from Mr J D Swope who was defeated In Saturdays prl mary shows that there Is no sulking or soreness about him and that ho Is a democrat In all the word Implies To those who supported mo In the recent primary for judge 1 extend my pro foundcsl thanks to those who voted against mu my utmost good willto Judge Bailey my congratulations to gether with the assurance that defeat has neither made mo sure or any less a democrat and should tbo republicans bo so foolish as to put up u ticket I will bo found la lino fighting like a Trogan for a sweeping victory In No vember for tho democratic ticket from head to tall TilE remains of James B Gentry who died at Thoraasvlllc Ga were met at the train Friday afternoon by a largo crowd of admirers of the clover young man and followed to their last resting place In Buffalo cemetery Hev J W Uacln read an appropriate portion of the Scriptures nndolTored a beautiful prayer after which tbo casket covered with flowers was lowered Into the grave and those who loved Mr Gentry returned to their homes with sad hearts Mr Richard Gentry who was with his brother several days previous to his death tolls ua that ho seemed to suffer greatly until a short whllo before hodled but that ho passed Into the great beyond with scarcely a struggle Ho was nover sulllolently conscious to talk to either Mr Gentry or his sister Sirs Eliza Blain and they wero dnnlcd tho sad privilege of a farewell word Mr Gentry and Mrs Bluln are both grateful to the good people of Tbomasvllle who helped them by their deeds of kindness and words of comfort HAVE your photo made at Sties Sa Crays bDONTThursday night GARDEN Seeds Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren k Shanks TILE PRIMARY primary Is ov or a splendid ticket has been nomina ted there Is little or no soreness and democrats ara in high feather While the voto Is not as big as was anticipat cd by some It Is abundantly largo to Insure democratic success this fall and It Is no guessing now who will represent Lincoln county In tho next Legis lature or who will till tbo county office Considering the largo number ofI candidates and tho hot campaign that had been waged Saturdays primary was n very quiet ono Indeed and wo are glad to state there wasnt a fight In the county Theres no doubt about tho republicans being disappointed at the good feeling existing In all the races and their hope of getting offices for tho next four years has gone gllm mering Tboonly uafortunato feature Is that Crab Orchard Is without repro sentation on tbo ticket but tho gallant democrats of that section wont sulk because of Messrs Buchanans oodI Horrlns defeat but will as In the pastI rally to the support of tho excellent ticket headed by Hon M F North for representative Mr North basI proven his ability In the Legislature an well as his fealty to the party and Is a democrat of whom Lincoln county Is proud Experience has taught that Judgo James P Bailey Is a most excel lent county judge who can at all times be relied on to do that which Is best for tho county Tno model Judgo ho Is tho republicans know they havo no earthly show to defeat him Tho coun ty committee showed Its wisdom In nominating George D Cooper for county clerk and Hon Harvey Helm for coupty attorney The most pariiin rad In Lincoln will not deny the fot that Mr Cooper Is ono of the bust clerks the county has ever had while the democrats are eatlsQed with him and know that he will till the office jUII as creditably the next four years as bo has In the past Fearless and possess fog ability Mr Helm has shown tho people that he Is a line county attorney and if theres a republican who wants to try conclusions with him In Novem ber lot him show his head Knowing the gentleman a9 we do wo teal safe In predicting that Mr M Smith Baugh man will flll the office of sheriff roost satisfactorily and creditably H- Is e a typical sheriff In appearance ond has grit enough to servo any paper placed in his hands There Isnt a cleverer man in the county than Bud Reynolds who won the nomination for assessor over a big field of good sprin tore without using much of either whip or spur Ho carried his precinct of Wayncsburg by 152 votes which shows bow ho stands at home Clever old Dink Farmer is congratulated on all sides for winning In the jailers race He alto bad a big field to beat but ho seems to know how loOliO after era Mr Farmer deserves recogni Lion from tho party he has fought so long and valiantly for Tbo good roc ord Mr Garland Singleton has made during the present term must bavo been of great benefit to him in his rac Saturday for ho defeated by a good ma jority ono of the most elegant ladles In tbo county who tbo talent proclaim ed was a sure winner Besides being an efllulent school superintendent Mr Singleton Is a splendid Christian gentleman who will add no little strength to tho ticket While congratulating the gentlemen who won their races wo confess to a sympathy for those who were defeated Not In years has a finer eetof gentlemen offered for olllco and those of thorn who lost are to bo con gratulated on the splendid way they havo taken their defeat Following ts a list of those who run and tbo vote that each received For representatives Andrew Buchanan 749 M F North oki for county fudge James P DalI toy 1000 J D Swopo 633 for sheriff M S Baughman 015 C G Baker 183 J M Carter SrS5 Gco S Carpen tor 173 T J Hill 492 for Jailer J C Poppies 305 G A Eubanka 117 lames U Raines 00 Isaac Herrln 400 Dink Farmer 495 E D Kennedy 245 for as sensor C L Crow 125 Wra Londgraf 39 J T Embry 433 S M Owens 420 Gus McCormack 102 Charles Dawes 103 M G Reynolds 468 for superin tendent Garland Singleton 578 Miss Annie McKinney 739 oTbcso figures may not bo absolutely correct but they arc not far wrong Following are the names of the can didates nominated for magistrates John W Walter Stanford precinct 0 J Crow Uustonville C A Smith WaYDe burg and W D Wallin Crab Orchard THIS AND THAT Mrs Mary Whltehousc aged 80 died at her homo on Rolling Fork Sunday Jim Combs a Danville negro has bee fassigned to duty at Curloys dig tilleryIn de Castollano de Rodays duel In Paris the latter was wounded In th thigh Edward P Martin ono of tho most prominent moo of Lexington died as the result of an operation for appendi citis Maud Crane a 10 yearold Indiana girl used an ax on her father who was- eating her mother- Probibitionlate of Denver bavo nom- Inated a municipal ticket composed ex elusively of women Gen McArthur announces the sur render of the Filipino Llout Gen Tri as and says It Indicates final stage armed Insurrection J S Baughman of Boyle will stand E P Woods fi Sons Eagle Bird at tbo Lee Yeager place Ho will also stand a good jack See ad later Miss Frances Calveard a Louisville stenographer has been offered 810000 for her Invention to prevent typewriter ribbons from soiling the fingers Fire which originated In an ice- house of the AnbcuserBuacb Company at St Louis burned six bloaka of buildings causing a loss of 31060000 Sit Howard and Mary Myers Bell county lovers defied parents and weath er and eloped through Cumberland Gap toSewanee Teen where they were wed The loss of her wedding ring Satur day completely prostrated Mrs J F Tedder of Paducah who bad been married but two months Sho died from tbo shock Tbo hope of tbo president Is to es tablish civil government in the Philippines on May 15 Gen MncArthur will return homo soon after that date and will bo succeeded In command by Gen Cbaffoe Acting Governor Carter declines to grant pardons to E K Wilson of Laurel county for killing Mary Cloyd while performing a criminal operation and Fayettc Brooks of Morgan under sentence for manslaughter Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your rstcll1s98tyloEXIteed You can have your old vehicle made uuw for very llttlo money J II QUEER Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction In front of tGro Holmes storehouse at Crab Orchard pllrltOhOnil leather top vehicles brand new and will be KolJ without reserve to tho highest bid der for cash In hind OM atLLILAND Lexington POSTED We whose names appear below have potted our lands and will not permit hunt or trespassing of any kind Tho public will plcaso bear In mind V J Oelwl Crab Orchard Chnrllo Klem Samuel Zwnllcn Fa- NllPRUTTBROS MORELAND KY Furniture And Undertaking BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of I9OI Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grape Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Gar den right as wo p v no but sell direct to the planter General nursery appleePhone y0 Lexington Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY CtplUl Stock 150000 Suplui 110000- ThU Institution originally established u the De posltllankaftitanlordin then reorganized at tht National Dink cr Stan lord In 1165 and 1111 eorganlied II the Pint National Bank of Stanford n 1832haa had practically an uninterrupted exist encefoMt years It li better supplied now wlti taclllttei for transacting builncM promptly and I erally than erer before In Its long sad honoiab career Accounts of IndUlduala fiduciaries andlndlTldualnollcltedDIKICTOll F Reid Lincoln Co JW Hayden Stanfur STllanii 811 Baughman J S Rocker TP Hlll- WI Walton W A TribbleII J U ColllerCrab Orchd Jas Robinson Hubble M OKlmore Stanford orricail J S porker President J J McRoberU Cashier Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Com pen and under same management contlnu ously for itt Years Solioits Your Bank Account Hoping such business relations will prove mutes ly tnnenclal and plesi Dill CTOKS Jn Taxton J e OWII Sr JH Menefoe A W Carpenter W lL Cummins LynneShanks J F Cub J B Owslty OFFICERS Is B Shank J uhleriw A sit Cashier THE National Weekly Investment Co L II i ItiCORPORflTEffPresents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at i tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky Look Out a p For New andtPretty Things Next Weektl We are now in the market to buy only the latest and bestIi Fine dress goods furnishings shoes j J P Jones Pay Less ad- Dress Better NEWESTSTYLES ti CLOTHINGC FURNISHINGS AND SHOES r r Come in and get fitted up for Spring Cummins McClary rY1 li1iraa xtcrntreercracnesia t1 SPACE Ito Severance IBelongs are showing and SeasoniI the ruleI i W B RhDRUGGIST Freshest i Drugsand At Lowest Prices a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 7eab11ahaTuuSgp dxsdthdlaA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH Wbsn not so paid OJ3OO will be charge NEWS NOTES Carnegie has glenaway 824004 The expenses In connection with Queen Victorias funeral were 01750 The Broadway roller mills at Bards town were destroyed by fire Lose 114 000 Brakeman C C Cox was cut In two by being run over In a tunnel nelu Bowling Green The Williams Wheel Companys plant at Ashland burned causing a 108s otbearly 50000 Sampson will receive about 813000 bounty money duo as a result of the SpanishAmerican war ft shooter was fined 9500 and r given a year In the penitentiary by the circuit court at Paris Threa men were killed and three jured In a collision on tho Illinois Cen trot railroad near Paducah Tho gold in the U S Treasury was larger In amount Friday than at any previous time 482913023 One man waa killed and three other badly hurt and property valued at 250000 destroyed by lire at Pitts burgA terrier at Now York bit Its mistress In the neck severing tho ju gular and causing her to bleed to deathMrs John M Ramey gave birth to triplets at Mt Sterling but they died In a short time Two wero boys the other a elrl- Wallace Bishop who was given all sentence for killing an officer at Cot Ington after getting a new trial tram a death verdict Conductor E L Yonce of the C 7 Q whose home was at Lexington was crushed to death at Shelbyvllle while x coupling cars- PreldentJames K Patterson of the State College Lexington bas set aalde a large sum out of his estate for a library at the institution The machinist of the whole county are going to make a concentrated elIort t oft May 20th to establish the eight hour dar In all the metal trades At Olive Mo a special car contain toe tho Ed Davis Uncle Toms CabI memlhersThe now a pop illation of 50000000 an Increase of 35 per cent In 30 years The population of India according to recent census Is 294000000 Judge Parker decided that the Lox iogton city ordinance requiring voter to pay a poll tax of 8L50 was Illegal The ordinance was passed by tho retie ing city council At Lagrange olllcers found 322 in a box in the house lately occupied bl Mrs Ann Mack aged 78 years wbo died Tuesday For many years she bad lived as an object of charity State Auditors Agent Stanley F Watson filed suit at Mayitrllle against t the C O railroad for 60000 forbad taxes Watsons per cent of the amount if collected would be 8100000 t A 1000 pound weight attached tothi big clock In the City Hall in Louisville fell through three stories of the tower but no one was injured Fire afterward broke out but was soon extinguished The Duke of York and Cornwall heir to the British throne bas started l on his visit to Australia He is accom panlcd by his wife who takes along her jewelry insured for 37000 The Noyce Norman shoe factory and the Blchftrdeoi Roberts 8t Byrnet overfill and shirt factory at St Joe Mo were destroyed by fire One and- r probably four other girls were burned to death Albert Dolby of New York has ad vertised for a lame wife Dolby la lame and says be would like to have a lira companion who could limp In a step with him Dolby works in an artificial limb store Andrew Carnegie has offered to give 5200000 for the purpose of establish ing 05 branch llbrabrles in Greater New York on condition that the city will provide the alto and pay for the maintenance of the institutions Two Pullman sleeping cars on the Plant system train from Tampa to Jacksonville Fla filled with tourists burned and the occupants were oblig ed to flee for their lives leaving a large portion of their clothing and many val sables The attorneys for Capt Garnett Rip ley who Is to be tried at tbo April term of the Franklin Circuit Court for com plicity In the murder of Gov Goebel declare that the prisoner will not only clear himself but will also show post t tively who fired the fatal shot Angered because bin little eon cut up a 810 bill a Polish farmer living near South Bond lad stabbed the boy Tbe mother horrified at his act accidental ly dropped her baby into a tub of water and It was drowned This atTected the mother so she fell dead and the farmer then griefstricken killed himself The steamship New York reached her dock after a passage in which an explosion of an ammonia tank and a broken shaft caused loss of life and much damage to the vessel Fifteen men were overcome by the fumes of ammonia and so seriously prostrated that two deaths followed Both victims were burled at see Alamo shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be f cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For alo by Craig rIIocker Druggists STAT or Oiuo CITY or TOLEDO i FRAn J LYrxearmaieaoath tint he li senior pirtDtrof the arm 0 J CIIKXLT the Toledo county anyState slortuld and that salt firm will y the rum of ONE HUNDRED UOLLA11S for each and every rue of CATABRII that cannot be cured by the uaa el ALLS CATAKRII CURB FlUNK J ClIKXKV to before me and subscribed In 017 pna kenc tbla Cth day of December A n 1180 A WOLEASON 8EAL1NOlarrlubllcHaiFifcatarrh CUrl li tsksn Internal and acts directly nth blood and mucous surface of the system Sad for toitlmontali free F J CHENEY 4 CO Toledo O SoldbydruiUtsTB Uaira Family are the beat c Two HUGE LOCOMOTIVES The two largest locomotives In the world bave just been placed In operation on tbe Plttsburg Bessemer end Lake Brie railroad They are now hauling tbe great Carnegie ore trains between Albion and Conneaut Ohio Followl are some Interesting statistics of tbese steel monsters Weight each 3i6000 pounds or 183 tons diameter of the smallest ring In the boiler 78 lochell water supply 7500 gallons length 64 feet eight Inches working steam pres sure 220 pounds to the square loch The connecttng rod alone weighs lioo pounds and Is made of armour steel A man of average height can easily stand erect In the Ore box A Chicago man jumped into the lako to drown himself but was compelled to come out by a policeman who threat coed to shoot him If ho disobeyed It has come to a pretty pass in Chicago when a citizen cant peacobiy commit suicide without placing his life In Jeopardy Snow sells in Sicily for about one cent a pound It is a government monopoly and the prince of Palermo derives the grflato part of his Income from It- The snow is gathered on tho mountain io folt covered baskets and U sold It the cities for refrigerating purposes Low rates Queen S Crescent Uout to the following meetings United Mine- Workers of America Knoxville Mch 1318 Knights of Honor Grand Lodg Kentucky Louisville April 911 Med- Ical Society of Tennessee Nashville April 8th to 11th United Order or Golden Cross Paducab Ky April 112 Call on Ticket Agents for fur her particulars Nine million birds nests for soup naking are brought Into Canton In a year It takes 50 to make a pound and hey cost 260 an ou- nceVEAKNESS oc MEN AND WOMEN Conld we read the harts of man WI meet what a load of eorrowmiespair aodBloodand mental wrecks than all other cauua combined They strike at the foundation of manhood they sop the Tltal nndvmlna the system and not only do they often the family circle but pollOooulfaagllravebeenavlctlm of early slnlul habits remember the seed Is sown and sooner or yourbloodnot risk a return later on Our New Method Treatment will posltlrely cure you and you need never fear any return 4f the goaranteebondsincerely aealnst the use of polloGbutWE CURE OR NO PAY Dont Let your Life be Drained Away which weakens the Intellect as well as the body There is no room In this world for mental physical or sexual dwarfs Our New Method Treatment will Stop all Un natural Losses Urilythe Blood Strengthen the Nerves Restore Vitality and make a man of you Ifyouare In trouble call and consult us ConsultatlonlsFree We treat and cure Drain Blood Diseases Vsv rlcocele Stricture Unnatural Discharges Gleet Kidney and madder Diseases No cutting or No detention from business Everything confidential Con QuestionmanDRS- KENNEDYS KERGAN S28 Walnut Street CINCINNATI OHIO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby state that the DIs Plow sold by D s Car ontor U Just tar superior to thl- Ollnr Chilled flow ns the Deerlnc Hinder superior to the cradle W O OOWAN J S GOODE s M OWENS CATTLE LOST A dark brown twoyearold steer left the lII glns farm In the East End or Lincoln and a light red twoyearold steer left the S W GIvens farm toward for Inlorma tlon leading to their recovery T W KINNEY Junction City Ky FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE NVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all tlmeA W Logan Wood Man- agerJAMES FRYEMak181allor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your owt suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as largo and varied- as can be found in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And the prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line of samples for men New Goods of AH Kinds Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car pots Mattings Rugs Dry Goods Shoes Slip pers Etc JAMES FRYE Huslonvtlle Ky FOR SALE A Chance of A Life Time I My Entire Stock of General Merchandise Store louse and Lot For Sale or will sell stock and rent storehouse and lot licit stand In Lincoln Co I F STEELE IC8TOivtUE Kr H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive ln a Call R A JONES KY Office over IHggina McKlnnoys Ston Telephone No 48 A 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky DENTISTStanford DOctor UcBobcrta Drnf Store In the Owale Unliaioc Farmers Roller Mills STANFOBD S7 MORRIS FRED PitormETOU I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ingand that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Meal Shipstuff Ohickoa Food Etc At the very lowest prices and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give the very beAt results Dont forget me but bear lu mind I need your patronage MORRIS FILED Pror DrsSlainPhillipsOSTEOPATHISTS Will be In DauTlIle Jlondays Wednndars and Fridays Will U In Stanford Tuee tars Tbundairt lad Sat urdaja Office 10 the 1ennlnjton lluilding Stanford Of ice hours 9 to 12 A to 4 r OSTEOPATHY Tbli Science originated and developed brJUr A T Still of Klriirllle Mo depend on the principle of Anatomy and Physiology for Its re no rubbin- gnourgtaloperadonaaoielaiws ping supernatural Osteopathy views man as a machine of so many per lta Is atljuklraeut When all pinare properly adjusted and not OTerworkid health is the result- Someothe dlwatrs treated by in Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia llheumatlun Vitarrh Weak Yes Granulated Ltd Joltrr heart Lifer Dlwaiea Con tlpatlon lies Enlarged ilxMtiat all blow uh and InteUaf trouble 01ux of lion ud Join ianlfdlucontloencoiUrine Locomotor Alex a Ir lonu1tallo- ntrN PftEACHEKSVILLE INSTITUTE- PItEAOIIEII8VILLE KV Time first session of tide school will open Jan 1001 Our course of study Ism com pleto as that found In the high Including kitchen gardeuandkinder gerbil In the branches Mathecommon school Higher matics Sciences and the lllhlo For further pnrtlculBltlRddrel1J Princip- alADAMS FISTULACURE +Manufactured by J W Adams R Oo Paint Lick Is a guaranteed lure cute for horses and mules Fistula 1nlloTll BwlniiBy Scratches Saddle untie lard and Soft Enlargements Greasy lice Distemper Ac For sale by W n Mcllob erts drupelst Stanford SI K Humphrey Ltberty O M Thompson JClngnltlel A Caldwell Waynnsburjcl Dunn Bros Hry anUvlllc Ky V MltledgcylUe Oeo U Jeter Jllddlebnrp Cash iClure Turnersvlllo J U Vanhook McKinney ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fBRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Wrlto For Prices JGMccbMYVNDERTAgEE Manufacturer and Dcalcar In HABHESS SADDLERY 810 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS THTDEETAZESS ALSO DK4LKU IH Furniture Mnttin gBRufi8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY For Sale by Goo L 1enny and W II Traylor Stanford Ky New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a Nice New Stoc k to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and ice us IW W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street AP Bruce H C Bright BRUCE BRIGHT DANVILLE KENTUCKY ramWo extend a cord al invitation to our Lincoln county friends to visit us when In Danville and look over our Big Line of Vehicles I The Largest and Belt Assorted Stock in Central KenlllckyfAll Bought For Cash In Car Lots and Prices Ate Ui i Bruce Will Have Charge of Our Complete Implement Department And will be pleased to see his friends at all times Iko G Adlor has charge o our Harness Department whlcb Is an assurance you can buy the Best timid Made Harness in the State From Us Very Respectfully BRUCE BRIGHT L mmmmmmmmmnrmmmmmnmrnrmmmmm I Write To- E I THE FAYETTE INVESTMENT COsj OF LEXINGTON KY And get n sample certificate of their new issue A G MORGAN Secyr No3 W Short St7- 1111JUJI11111111111111111111111IIIIIIIIIlUluIUUUIIlIiIglg lll OOC000000000000000 00000000000000 0 i NEW FIRM 0 0oo G Having sold a half interest in buggy and implement buttons to ID Mr A M Pence the new biiMncM bo conducted under 0 0tbofirm name of 0 0 GMSOtt PEJlGE 0 We will keel in stock at all tones a handsome line ofsI Buggies carriages Harness i Also Farming Implements In addition wo wit handlu all kind of grain Corn OatUy etc Hoping you will favor the now O finn with your patronage 1 remain Itrspt Yours 0 0 W A CARSON 0 0- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOW ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0- o 0 o CHINN FRYE 0Io 0- g Brokers o g Phoenix Hotel Block Lexington Ky o o 0 g Stocks Bonds Cotton Grainog Provisions and Investment gISecurities and Sold 0 00g Orders by mail or telegraph promptlyIg executed go Bank and Commercial References Long Distance Telephone 510 O- oooooooooooooooooooipooooooooooooooo o 0 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiiSSSSSSISSSSSSS Just Received I eaOur Stock of New Spring Shoes THE S ECLIPSE Manufactured by Hel mers Betman Co is the greatest 350 shoe on market For Stylo Material and Workmanship they ran not be excelled W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky J 1ti11MK K1NW 1tiNtiKN1tio Full Line of ILedgersJ adsjDuyandCashBooksFor i Pennys Drug StoreTKiKPimxK NO 2 r The Southern mutual investment Co OF LEXINGTON1 KY NSVRANCE REVERSE2 Yc pay while you live Old Line Companies pay when you die Which do you prefer l Ovel 300000 pnicl in Living Benefits Over 120000 Kcscrvo and Surplus 00000 Paid in Maturities in September irther particulars apply to J C Bailey or John G Aus tin Special Agent Brailforclsvilic Ky Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses In Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE S SAUPLEY PM