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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t Ii VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 5 1901 9AM NO 12 f URODHEAD Ilto Herrlo Lincoln next jallcrwai If hero Wednesday clatplnj bands with bli many wellwither Rov Uoluclaw was called to tho bcdildo of hla father living near 1rcacberavlllo wbo hat pneumonia Allen Bettlo Wllmott a pretty blonde belle was at homo from Livingston this week George Brook was also I heroJohn Fowler our barber Bays thai bU wife It Rotting along nlcoly and the little 3pound clothes aod all baby girl It at lively at a gray squirrel Our youngest merchant C H Frltb drove to Ml Vernon with our prottlctt girl Amy Pike Monday morning to enter tbo school for advanced puptlt Under Dr Gravely treatment for two week the twoyearold daughter of Wm Francisco It rapidly recovering from a once hopelctt case of brain fee verHeaded by Mrt J Thor Cherry tho ladles of the Cbrlttlan church arc pro paring to entertain at an early date with a program worth tho money for tbo benefit of that organization Tbo talented motbodttt minister Hov E Kin Pike closed a two weeks meeting after healing many tin tore heart of both old and young Ills ef forts hero show that bo It on tho right road In his chosen profession Owing to tbo largo attendance Mitt Helen Thurmond It compelled to em ploy an attlttani In her select clastet at tho academy hero In accordance with tbo progressive age when reason cd Jut Thurmood It tbo star teach er In tho towns record LOSTMywUo Good looking ap patently about 10 although In the WI Loft two weeks ago to visit friends and relative around her old homo In Dry anlsvlllc Uanvlllo and Lancaster II no Information It received of her whereabouts two days clrlt write I to Uncle Josh Dunn Dan Owen has nearly completed hit taro furnlturn and undertaker building after wblcb U will bo the center of attraction for because jut north wo find JT Cherry at tho touth Frith Jc Dunn cast Drodhead Tobac co Dick Martin and on tho west Prohibition Tom Frith Hemmed in In II geographical sense but at to busy ncit low prices will evidently leak in the ear of the people Speaking of Tom Filth the untiring booze tighter weP hided by J H Albright and Lar kin lllckt wbo have placed our town on a tolld foundation In tbo last Uvo years thero it no better way to tbow loyal clllzcnihlp than by what these throe men have dono Crab Orchard Bob Coljer was hero thIs neck receiving telephone pole furnished by Tom Francisco and Dick Plko K II Hntnm U In Junction City In rctpoota to a call from the Curry Grocery Co and will soon bo scatter fog good cheap goods over Kentucky Teed It a natural born knight of tho grip with over 12 years experlenco Ins general merchandising Mrs Arcb Brown and Mrs Emma Wlltnott re turned from Stanford loaded with Easter trimming Monday After six months on Kansas windy plalotGrand mother Chestnut was brought homo by the never falling touch of Old Ken tucky Homo by a brass band J liar voy Dunn returned from Jolllco Sunday night with hit faco all bcgcmmctl with smiles of satisfaction Mies Delphla Colyer It at homo from Mt Vernon Rev W K ur pastor of the Stuto Street Methodist Church wee this week tho unconscious victim of a joke 4Anumber of youngster had captured a pup The boys were about to fight over possession of tho dog when ono made the happy suggestion that the rhOUldbauWhen things had reached such an amiable agreement Mr Plner drove up but tho boys wore still fussing N Hero hero little ones exclaimed tho minister what it this all about Why said a youngster tho ono wbo tells the biggest lie owns this v dog ashamed replied tho good 4Im preacher When I was a llttlo boy I never told n lie Oho boy in the crowd with wisdom far ahead of hla years approached Mr f Plner and holding out tho dog said Horn Mister bores your pup Bowling Green News A young lrenh giant at present In Ottawa Is believed by his 1 admirers to bo tho biggest man in the world Hit name Is Edward Beaupro Ho Is 7 feet 8 Inches tall Hie weight is 302 pounds and his feet aro 17i Inches long Around the arm closo to tho armpit his measurement Is C4 inches Beaupro IB only 20 What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For t sale by Craig sit locker Druggist LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Hogs sold at Ot at Cnlcago Tuesday Dink Wilkinson told toD C Allen a lot of ISO to 200pound hogs at 4 85 Trainer Charles Hughe bus bought for 1000 the good four yearold colt- Hermance E P Clitybrontc of Hutchinson sold a lot of 200lb hogs to VVclhl of Lex Ington at 01 cents C L Ashley told to Wm Lancaster a cow and calf for 835 and bought a cow of Mark Hanlln for 120 Lakctipur winner of the Mont oln ery Handicap was bought by Roblneoo Leach of Pinvlllc for 8M O H Chenault of Fayctte sold to John W Schorr of Memphis eight young thoroughbreds for 80000 Mont White of Columbia who bad served In tho war In the Philippine died In Louisiana on his return home Copt W H May tbo turfman told hit farm of 108 acres on Versailles plko If miles from Lexington to Horace Davit for 12000 W E Featberttono bought lor 830 at a con tablos talu at Lexington the thorough bread mare Sea Gull by Dim yar out of Virulent Tim W Higgins hat through lion J S Owtley Sr t told to Alfred Davit the nlnln farm of 200 acre near Walnut Plat for 7000 Tbero were 600 cattlo on tho Rich mood market Monday telling at from 3o for heifers to Sic for aobolco bunch of steers Mule were a Illllo oft Depp Holman bought two dozen hens of W J Free of 83 for 1015 The two dozen weighed 145 pounds and brought Mr Free e5 Oil per dozen Glasgow Time A email bay mare thin In order and a two vear old mouso colored mule left mr place Thursday of last week Re ward of K for their return James W Hutchinson Stanlord butchlorBruce Bright void tholr fancy horse Arthur W to Robert Jackson of Lon don for 200 Advocate Robert Walker told to C M Goodo of Mmuphlc Tonn tho trotting bred mare Allen Carr 4 year old by Em pire Wilke for 115and a 3 year old PruvlnoDtnlllon to R C Bogio for li 0 Richmond Climax Tbo description and pedlgrco of Ea glo Bird ton of King Eagle appears In another column Read It and consider bit breeding and ability at a sire before you breed Uo la standing at Jno S Baughman4 four miles from Dan vtllo on the Lancaster pike Read the description and pedigree of W M DoOdt magnificent tuition Galton one of tho best tons of the great Gumboils Wllkct There Itnt u batter bred stallion In the State ants itiero aro few better tlrnt Ho will make the season at Mr Doddt stable 21 mites west of Uutlonville A Nelson county farmer wbo lost a number of lamb last year concluded bo would bold an autopsy on ono of tbo tho dead ones Ho found the stomach gorged with dry timothy hay to dry ho said It would ignite Ho took the remainder of the lambs away from the bay stack and never loU another after that Eu1bankllwere realized throughout Sixtyone highgrado yearling cattle went to Montlo Fox nl37 milk cows told at 830 to 815 and a pair of mules bro lht121U Capt T D Encllih who cried the talc told ut that ho hM made tales for three generation of Mr Eubankt1 wlet family Wyatt Sandldgo C T San dldgo and the above MIDDLEBURG A little daughter of M C Dolk hat pneumonia W T Coulter W T Mlllor and T S Benson aro at Liberty attending court as jurors Dick MoDanlol has moved lo Coopers ville Wayne county Mrs W T Durham Is spending a few days with her children Mitchell Taylor came up from Burnsldo last week to help his brother Henry defeat Jack tho Ripper for county attorney- A mad dog eatd to bn from the McKinney section camo through here ono day last week biting dogs and stock generally IL K Fredrick put an end to him but not until ho hud bitten nearly every dog In the neighborhood together with a ROW two sheep and several hogs for R H MoAnlnch The republican primary hero Satur day was a very quiet election There was whisky on tbo ground and some drunkenness but everybody seemed to bo In good humor until night when thero was some trouble at the telephone oftlcc A pretty full vote was polled and strange to say when tho ballots woo counted it was found that Raines Adams and Kldd candidates for county judge had each received 60 votes Jno was nominated for magistrate Marion Kooke manager for T AL Thompson a large importer of fine millinery at 1653 Milwaukee Avenuo Chicago says During the late severe weather 1 caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to at tend my work during the day One of my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her to quickly that I bought tome for myself It acted like magic and I began to im prove at once I am now entirety well and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by Craig 8 Rocker Druggist IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES L C Coombs wat drowned In a moun tain stream near Mlddlctboro M F Jones has been appointed post master at Glrdlor Knox county Thomas Thorpe wbo was clerk of Madison county two termt la dead aped 07 In a drunken tight In Clay county Owe08Iwas with the trouble Mary Uentloy a white girl made an unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide at East Bcrnstadt by taking 15 drops of laudanumW Burgle ono of the wealthiest farmers of Mercer county died at his home of pneumonia Burial today In Danville cemetery In a tight between revenue olllcors and moonshiners Laurel county E Hale an alleged moonshiner was per haps faulty wounded An order was Issued In the Federal Court at Portland Oro for the return to Kentucky of J D Bowlln wbo is charged with forging pension claims In Whltloy county Holly Strutton under sentence to hang for the murder of Newt Scarcy and Leroy Slrutlon In jell awaiting his trial for the same crime escaped from Lawrcnceburg but were recaptured The oil well In Wayne county re cently struck by the Somerset 011 Com pany has developed into a much finer well than first reported It It now be lieved the well will produce from 300 to 500 barrel a day Conductor Jim Dunn of the L l N recently bad 17 passengers riding on a tingle ticket tho father and 16 chil dren along whom were four pair of twine not one of the latter old enough to require a ticket Policeman John Crum assisted by T E Brallcy a detective raided the sa loons of Danville making 50 arrests Fines imposed by Police Judge McDow ell aggregated over 2000 Judge McDowell suspended the fine against Joe Johnson aggregating about 8300 In order to let him leave town and bo left for Chicago at once Dr E M Green says with reference to the proposed union of Central University and Centro College Wo wero forced to unite by State College They have an annual income of 00000 and alone wo cannot compete with them Central University will retain Its char tor and the now school will go by that name Ccnlro will retain Its namo but will be a part of Central University In the Pulaskl Circuit Court William Burton Gadby Burton Esley Parton and Perry Adams wero convicted of breaking Into the mill of James Jones and sentenced each for a term of one year In the penitentiary They range In ago from 15 to 19 years J H Wet ton and William Cooper late Sheriffs of the connly were discharged from the prosecution against them for embezzlement CHURCH MATTERS Tho junior class of the Turnersvllle Sunday school will celebrate Easter Sunday morning The colored Baptlstnof Daovlllo have just completed a 10000 church the finest owned by the race In the State There were SOaddltlons in the Hen derson Baptist church meeting Pastor Taylor was aullll ted by Evangelist T N Compton The meeting In Frankfort in which Pastor Adams was aided by Evange list T T Martin resulted in 60 addition to the church A Wisconsin preacher declares that as sure bo lives there Is no devil As sure UI ho dies bo wil find out his mistake Glasgow Times After four years research In Egypt and China Prof J E Burton of Cornell University says ho has Indisputa blo evidence that Adam and Eve wero ChineseSenator C J Bronston Is the head of a movement for the erection of a Y M 0 A building in Lexington to cost 475000 of which 21000 is to bo used In the purchase of a lot Rev JW Haglns subject at the Cbrlstlrn church Sunday morning will bo Tlmoa Towering Truth At night Easter services will be held under the auspices of the Mission Band Revivalists Rogers and Loyd have just closed a successful revival at tho Christian church at Lebanon Junction with 28 accessions who wore baptized In the Ico pond adjacent to the railroad At a meeting of prominent Presbyte rian churchmen hold in Louisville it was decided to leave to the synods and trustees the question of consolidating Centro College and Central University and the two theological seminaries A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENG LAND consider Chamberlains Cough Rem edy the bet In the world for bronchitis says Mr William Savory of Warrington ElIgllloliIIt has saved my wifes life she having been a a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time confined to her bed She is now quite well It Is a great pleasure to the manufacture i of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be able to publish testimonials of ot this character They show that great good Is being dono pain and suffering relieved and valuable lives restored to health and happiness by this remedy It is for sale by Craig it shocker Druggist t r LANCASTER T S Elkin bpullbt of C A Robinson 12 beef cattlo at 833 and some hogs at cents Improvedbythe building Tho Easter display in the windows of Zlmmera confectionery Is quite arils tic and atlracllvo John W Woods of this county sold to Fox Si Logan of Dinvllle 100 barrels of corn at 82liO at the crib Tho young men of this city aro organizing a mlcatrel troupe and have advertised an entertainment for the 19th partyTues20th birthday A gay and congenial crowd of juniors graced the occasion Mrs John Locke and Illllo daughter of Atlanta are guests of Mrs W H vlsltlnghercello Hamlet Drown Is quite ill from an at HeberllogIsH Patterson Is also numbered among the sick The buyers of lambs aro canvassing tho county making contracts tat She Somo of the leading farmers have al ready sold delivery to bo made at the proper season Elder A R Mooro will preach Sun CbrlstlanIat not fill his regular appointment last Sunday because of a funeral service The Christian Endeavor Society have under consideration ah appropriate entertainment with the promise of Mite Iva Smiley of Lexington as general manager of the affair R II fettle bought Robert Hamil tons farm of 80 acres In the Betlfs lo callly paying 83200 for the tract Mr Belli has sold hit interest In the ono on which he now line to his brother for 8100 per aero Hemp and tobacco continue to bo brought in by the huge wagon loads and it la surprising the largo quantities bought and shipped from hero this sea son Garrard is to the front as grower of ibeecf products Mrs E Dillon and daughter Miss Nellie have been called to Stanford by the extreme Mines of Mrs Betsy No vlui Mrs Dillons mother The aged woman has had a paralytic stroke and rein a precarious condition Mr and Mrs W A Price entertain cd this evening In honor of Misses Lucy and Tommlo Francis of Stan ford Tbo junior croklnolo club bolds Its weekly meeting this evening at the home of Miss Louise Farris The bank at Paint Lick has far materialised as lo receive tho vault from the city factory But the ground has not yet been broken for the founda tion and tbo work will not bo under headway till settled weather A measuring party will be given by some of the pMpils of the Garrard Graded School with a 5c charge for every foot of stature and an additional cent for every extra InchTbo exact dato of this unique entertainment has not yet been decided OTbc Easter reception to bo given by the Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church on Saturday evening In J E Stormes storeroom on Danville Avenue will furnish refreshments at tho reasonable price of ISo A largo varletyof highly colored and artistical ly decorated Easter eggs will bo offered for sale The Baptist Missionary Convention held a two days session at iho Fork church On Saturday and Sunday and was largely attended by the people of that section The Rev Dr Bow very enthusiastic mission evangelist pORtorHcvand delegates as active participants A young lady of this vicinity is said to have patented a unique and artistic arrangement for attaching a spoon to a teacup An application and model have been sent to the government of flea at Washington and a patent ready womensbouldall a number have gained both famo and fortune in this way notably the woman who invented the making of the paper sack In everyday use by all grocers and general merchants Mr A C Robinson with commend able filial love and reverence has just bad framed a loiter written by his fath er to his mother over 59 years ago In the year 1812 Tho epistle was penned oven before the days of stamps and en elopes when letters were enclosed by means of wax and seal Preservation of such mementoes will sustain with truo fervor that highest of earthly son timents filial esteem and love and Is deserving of the greatest commendation Collections of relics and all sands of family souvenirs are qulto common In English homes but it seems to be a custom that has almost departed from American households With the mad rush for fame and fortune and other materialistic achievement there Is little time loft for the cultivation of true sentiment and spiritual aspiration Tue March term of the Federal Court at Paducah required the bettor part of ono whole day Evidently we need a new Western as well as the new East ern District Court In lawless Ken tucky u ti IS11 l iiiIf so we can show him the i i Swelled and Largest I m lt line of Clotting DanvilletI JiT4IZFMerchant1 t xy EliYour money back If youre not satisfiedIHIHSDH DanvilleISuccessors to J L Frohman d Co 1LH o =V tiIo Q9 y JJ 4 y aGg qb rafte e e 9dg4Cg4 r tf rt fPEACHES 141 Not those luscious blushing ones we get In July and August fresh from m f tl the trees but our dK i Late Shipment Of Clothes lI- s s I ra 11fVy NORFOLK SUITS 4i fAndthoso MENS FLANNELS w Worsteds and Oranates mouth wouldyour water and you will 0themas for the real july fruit The quality ts the long for tJ arOur terms are CASAe4P H J McROBBRTS tt f1m N1 Jr = y = ik altyak tl ill IjtGi i v S b1 IIaB mNssmNNNN A C SNEIjCONTRACTOR a BUILDER t STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work andIguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest rwhom 1IL DressedLumberI will duplicate anyprlces offeredttl4i 1 41 Tins Is The Best Clothes Wringer Made I WARRANTY PopularClothes jt are warranted by us for two years l rlth1t purchase proves detective for family during use fromf j replace same free of charge i HIGGINS McKINNEY StanfordLI the ugglsslCan supply you with the I Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PRICESrJ 1 n i m INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON TODAY Is Good Friday and Sunday will be Easter which the whole of Christendom will celebrate to comet oration of the resurrection of tbeLord Jesus Christ No mention la made of a celebration of It In the New Testament or in the wrlllnga of the ApostoliC fathers though an observance of a day In early spring sot very aaclentor ln There was a difference between cbrll thane ae to the proper date and tbe question was finally settled by tbe Council at Nice on being brought tc Its notice by Constantino when It was declared to be the first Sunday after tbe full moon which occurs on or next after March 21 When the full moon falls on Sunday Easter Is to be the fol lowing Sunday The arranger makes It rather late some years to get the full significance of the resurrec tlon of life In nature as typical of tbo resurrected Savlbr but this year the time is auspicious for Its full r allza r Lion All nature but recently appar ontly dead Is springing into life and proving that we too like the risen and ascended Savior shall live again after death and the grave are swallowed up victorykTim L N makes announcement that Traffic Manager A W Grabam has been appointed vise president and C B Compton traftlo manager Th rise ot Mr Graham has been pben enal and shows what merit and close application to business will accompli A few years ago he was stenograpber to Mr Stuart R Knott Now after Dev eral promotions he Is vice president of one of the greatest railroads in tbeI United States There Is food for thought and great encouragement to the ambitious youth in the success fill career of that young man IT is gratifying to note tu the Lex ington Leader that some of tbeofficers there have at last reached the Idea that the Houses of Reform are not Intended as a refuge fjr children whose parentf have grown tired of supporting tbem and are anxious to have them maIntaIn- ed at the expense of the State The institution hits been greatly Impost in various ways Children tbat aonly need good whippings ares nt 4tbereand In some cases adults wbO oubt to have gone to the work hout Instead EDITOR Louis LANDRAM In writIng ot the 11th birthday of the Central Record and the seventh anniversary of bis to the tripod Indulges In kiSometimely suggestions about his pei pie going away from home to bestow their patronage and not standing by home Institutions What be says 01 Lancaster applies to nearly every tows Bro Land ram has given his people a good clean paper and deserves tbelr l strongest patronage and most cordIal support LEXINGTON Is not only about to fill the Houses of Reform but the penile tlary as well She has over Inmates h in the former and within the last montbj she has Increased her army in Itentlary by a score or more If every body there however Is sent to the one or the other who needs It both inst tullons will have to be doubly enlarge and the courts put on double duty Tine democratic Legislature of Maryland which recently adopted an eau citlonal qualification for voters bulldc wiser than they thought It will prove a great incentive to education and already the republican leaders in th black belt countIes are establishing schools of instruction for the Negroes In order that they may pass the test imposed by the new election law THE effort of the postmaster of Lou Isville to get the city in tbe Qratclas by forcing the vale of stamps to 8500 000 in order to increase his salary ot flee force c succeeded but inflation of this kind is sure to react and ia of the kind that ought to be prohibited by law One firm alone bought 8150 worth of stamps Enough to last It about 15 years AT the close of March the public debt was 81007142009 an Increase during the year of 818870605 notwlth standing the high war taxes prevailed and there was no war according to the administration only a small Insurrection against a benevolent assimilation It la startling to Imagine what the ex penses could be if we had a real war on our hands A CALL is made in the Climax on Mr Clarence E Woods to become a candl date for mayor of Richmond If ho responds favorably Rod the people fall to elect him they should be dlsfran chlsed as unworthy of exercising the greatest of rights THE only point of resemblance to Mr Emmett Logan in the plcur printed in yesterdays Louisville Com inertial ia at the other end Too feet are easily recognizable as those of tho big brained as well as big footed edl tor AGUINALDO bas taken the oath of alI legiance to the United States and tbls Is taken by the optimists to mean that tbe cruel war Is ovor That remains to be seen Agulnaldo Is not the whole thing by a long shot Call when come to Court Monday and what Bargains we are offering POLITICAL l Chicagos new council Is republic by 10 majority The Florida Legislature which met Tuesday is solidly democratic In the Michigan State elections the the republican ticket won by 40000 Congressman George G Gilbert Is critically ill at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville The bill to authorize the calling oft constitutional convention in Tennessee was killed The vote was 44 yeas to Ji naysCarter H Harrlaon was reelected mayor of Chicago HIs majorlty Is 23257 McKinley carried the city by 7021 The result of the municipal in Kansas indicate that the problbltto element Is I till In ascendency in that StateAbout 300000 will be expended upon the capitol at Washington during the Congressional recess to help get rid of tho surplus Tbe President appointed Calvin TI- tus the first eoldler to scale the wall at at Pekln to be a cadetatlarge at West Point Military Academy For the first time In the history of Marlon county a full republican ticket was put in tbe field Marlon county Is from 450 to 000 democratic It la stated tbat Col W R Blue of Kansas will be appointed Commission er of Pensions to succeed H Clay Evens and the latter will be chosen Min JapanI was presented in the condemning Gen inaton and the military authorities for the capture ot Agulnaldo and char cterlzlng Agulnaldo as the George Washington of the Philippines In the Ohio municipal election the democrats carried Columbus Spring laid and a majority of the smaller cities Thomas L Johnson was elected Mayor of Cleveland by about 0000 majority hough the remainder of the democratic Icket was beaten Golden Rule ones made his third successful race for Mayor of Toledo The entire democratic ticket was vice jrloua in St Louis despite the oppo iflon of W J Bryan and oxGov Alt gelJ of IlllnolH the latter going thorn to mako speeches against the ticket olla Wella who was elected Mayor and the others who were elected will bold otllco during the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition In 1003 Wells pluI illty la about 10000 Reports from West Virginia report severe snow and rainstorms and much mago by high water William R Warner the first man to manufacture sugarcoated pllle died in blladolphla Judge Cantrlll la too to hold court and the term at Frankfort la suspended 0 i 0 m OCi t1 GO AH Oo0to c+C 0 AXQ JQ E ro 00 = 5 0 a 0 cI i 0c00N r t1 Hs3 a roso ro a sr Jc bO r1- u t1 Na fro a U Q s = r1 +0 ro ON t1 8T t1 r1 t fiEQ 0 Eo 0s+ abO c- s+ en 111 kit c J ri- J UJ ro r1 t1Una HIw = 3 ro A C1 O Ur1ic 0- UJ 0 U in you see electIons 3 MATRIMONIAL Zack Haalett and Miss Ivy Gill were married at Rev A J Daugbert WednesdayA aged Co and a gallant old exConfederate soldier WBI married this week to Mrs Martha l Pepples a splendid widow about bl age William Sims and Miss Ellie Cald well the pretty daughter of C G Caldwell of the Wayneaburc section were married at the brides home Tbursd We extend congratulations to the bap py young couple Rev W L Meese of Auburn Ind who has a record of having married 1 403 persons brought the record up to 1500 Wednesday and announced that he will not again olllclate because be wants to give younger men a chance at tying the knot Fred Gebhardt whose name was associated with that of Lily Langtry several years ago and who afterward married a Baltimore belle has arrived at Sioux Falls N D with his valet and 11 trunks to join tbe colony to acquit a legal residence for divorce which but six months Mr Arthur C Hill and Miss Nellie Mershon took the early morning traIn For Louisville yesterday and a shot while after tbelr arrival were pronounced husband and wife by Elde George Gowen formerly of Lancaster 3owon VanAr dale and other friends met them at tbe depot and stood wit them during the ceremony It was not m elopement for Mr and Mrs J B Mershon had given tbelr consent to he marriage but the pair preferred bat way of having their unl ted They are to return tonight and spend several days at the brides home alter which they will go to house looping at Mr Hills farm on the Mil edgevllle pike The bride ia one or itanforda moat lovable young ladles pretty and bright and very popular- rho young man who has won her hat loved her for a long time and ho naturally feels proud that he can now call bel wife Mr 11111 Is an excellent gen leman Industrious and energetic aodI a good citizen In every respect the oldest eon of Mr and Mrs T J Hill and tho first of the large family to marry Wo extend hearty congratula lone to the happy couple and trust that the voyage of life they have just will be a happy one all the way lbcgun See the Pint WALNUT FLAT April 2I heard an Independent remark Tbo dlapoal tlOD 6f some of the raw recruits to the republican party to run for office reminds mo of u young Negro I saw baptized Ho came from under the water loutlng The old preacher who had baptized him patted him on tbe shoul dels and said Walt bruddcr till your har Ilts dry UAPiYJACK Gen John B Castleman and Walter irrester engaged in u street fist fight at Louisville Bitter feeling has ex- Ilste l between them for two years out of alleged reflections by on the First Kentucky rellI ment II J IF YOUR TIMES Is worth bite dolllnr n mine- S ate you could not spend it to better advantage than reading our Owing to the fact that we- S are oflering some great bare gains in dry goods notions clothing shoes etc in the great closing out sale I i 0 1 The Louisville Store 7VlVFOD DUB GIEtEllltClQSIiG DUl SALE Ipooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooo Ladies Muslin Underwear 16 dozen corset rovers worth ct1I long as this lot will last tOc- Corttt covers and dr wuri with laces and embroideries worth 6OcI our price 25c Conet covers and gowns eleganl trimmed worth 7 cat 39o Undenklr gowns and drawers must be seen to a predate the great value at SSc UndrrI skirts gowns made of extra fine 8ca Island cambric trimmed with fine laces sad embroideries the goods alone willI cost you double the money come IInlllCe these tine garments at fOe and DSc Domestics look at these prices carefully then come as early all you csn these goods w11lI go fast nt these ridiculously low pricesI 250 pieces of good canto light and patterns tlo same Roods cost 6 and rents in any other store our epcclat priceI luring this wleonlv 31c Hoosier cotton lull vied wido4Ic Big line of yard wide percale wor lOc and 12lc ir anJ for clo lnlt rut sale only 6c Towels 10 dozen 13x49 deck linen towels woit toe atSc- Knncv order linen towels lets worth 15c atbe- Fancy border linen towel 16x10 4e Fancy border linen fringed IUHSI wor 2Jc atI5c- All linen blue bartered towel 30i51 IDe Whlto linen fringed towel 41x51 worth Ie at 5lc- 11Inch linen crash per yard only 5c A few clonks and cape left over will close them out at less than cost NT VERNON Mr M D DeDord was in from Hire David Uenderon ta improving Frank Tlnk Mulltna who was bol through with all a short time since able to be around Mrs J L Whltchcad contributes a realistic choat story to Tuesdays lest- of thaIx ulvlllo Post John Green and ChrIs Langfordbb oloreJ were hold over to the l S court on the charge of selling liquor Chas Proctor and Slips Minnie Her odds of lice Lick neighborhood eloped Wednesday nlsht to Jclllco and were married There seems to be some dlsapooln meet among the 6l republican candidates In this county over the declsli of the committee to put ofT their prl mary until the latter part ot August Henry Ramsey and Bud Abney of ibis county who had smallpox cm racted the disease near Jelllco The tatlenta have recovered So far no oil er authenticated cases bane been reported Mrs D C Poynter IK critically IIh A thud of Mrs Mink of Plnevllleanil cd with chronic spinal meningitis and brought here to a local doctor for treat Improving Jack Tow KentuckYjwbere ecsJ W Baker who has been tncrohan Islng at this place for years movlti la stock to Livingston Mr Baker a succnjsful merchant and will got hlil part of the trade The building ho ha vseated will be occupied by tho Mt Lime Co with a stock of Aen- eral merchandise On the farm of W B Whltehoad near Cove Station Is a live stump from wbleh the tree was cut more tban li years since There Is not nor has there evcr been since the tree was cut down a leaf or a sprig on the stump though It remains alive and sound with the ex ceptlol1 of the heart which Is decayed to some extent Bill Cunnlgan who killed YOUDI- tAsh on Crooked Creek last December Bnd forfeited his bond at the February court was followed by his bondsmen and captured in Alabama and brought here Tuesday He will also be tried on- tbe charge of beIng connected with the Illnc of Henry Idol near Livingston a short while since The Bastln Telephone Co has run wIre from Lancaster to Traylors distil leryon Gllberta Creek and the lino now In working order Lily and Camp- Ground Laurel county aro now tote phono stations Corbin Wllllamaburcr and Jclllco will be connected with Ccn tra1Kontuoky within the next 60 days rbourvlllo will be reached by the- first of Juno D C Allen shipped yesterday to clnnatl a car load of hogs be bought at 50 McKinney Roller Mills jB McKINNEY Prop MoBinne3 X3 take and keep constantly on hand tho- beat of Flour Steal SUIpstulT lime Chlck ou Feed ke Prices very reasonable Custom grinding a i cclalty D V Kennedy1- 1er s It is as Important to Know How to Spend Money as to Know How to Earn It Shoes dozen ladies fine turn Bolo shoes The shots were nmnufacturcil to retail nt from 8150 to 13 elating out price 60c and use Fancy Socks 5c Itrgular Ifio quality mens fancy sucks go sale nt Oc uuuuuuuuuvvvvvvv Summer Dress Goods SLAUGIITKlt 8ALK- CO pieces of colonxl Lnwna and Dlmt ties guaranteed to be JOo qunllty will in title sale nt 6c All 15o lawns dlmltle Rtnl organdies go it 7Jc nil 0o imtlly rfdnccd tn lOCi all higher priced lawns allll ilinllli ie doted to halt price All white goods such nil Indin linen Swine pique etc will be oT reit In this sale at about hilt price Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO palm of Kid Gloves all slice and colors worth from 11 60 to 12 your choice t IIC 160 pMr tiilie kid gloves worth from 11 loSlJo toeloMjout it only 40 cents Ladles dosit mlrH the greatest kid glove bargain of the 30th century NAPKINS Table LinensIPine while 60 Inches fide la n IIIlm r 1IrallIIrnl worth Sue per yard our irlco lie- tedand white anti blue and white table linen guaranteed fat talon well worth 60o per yard at only 60 Napkins nt alumni half price IllS re illation In all Kinds of cotton anil linen toweisLace Curtains 49c Full U yd ong extra good value for It during this great laic at lIle LOW PRICES S Are going to bo tIle Great Attraction at the Louisville Store Dont wonder why our store is always crowded Kxntnino our goods and prices and you will tint ho surprised lost money is selilont found Every tiino you fail to buy from ux you will lute money I 1 KY Great Clothing Sale It takes very little money to buy a- snit of clotliw or n pair odd pains at Tho Ixniisvillo Store Owing to tbo fact that wo aunt to clo o out enable Da to greatly undersell nilof our ranipctiton Our clothing in till strictly custom made and no fault of the goods that our priced are low If you would only anno hndsee tboo good you would bo convinctxl tba rite IxxiUvillo is the cheapest store in tjtnnlimlt- WO pair HICIIH and Iwyo totted worsted pnntH worth ralucol to Jflc tf00inirs boys clicviot worsted and cnwitiicro knee pacts inado to tell at 50c our slaughter price i26c 150 inons fine suits undo to loll at 810 wo hnvo 12 dilforent colors to elect front at 405 e luuUtIdouble the price wo ink Sale of Dress Shirts 76 dozen mens fine dices eight different styles to select from worth from II to II 23 all In title great sale at 40o 10 dozen negligee shirts regular WJ ami 76o quality reduced 10 39o Mctis work light and Iark tole on at tOo 25c 3Uo and 4c worth double the money Mens 4ply linen collar regular 16o quality reduced for this great tale to Re Pay Less ad- Dress Better NEWESTSTYLES IN- CLOTHING t FURNISHINGS AND SHOES II Coino in and get fitted up for Spring Cummins McClaiy ontemplating A New Design 1IEi Wall Paper THE OLD FEELING OF THE PAST REVIVED 11 Everything h the world gets Itt form from some ideal whether a man a flower or a piece of wall paper The art productions of today aro but the expres sions of nn ideal that has been fostered through the eggs Half the ism of living is In on attractive home An Attractive Home Is no much a matter of expense asH Is of taste Art and economy beauty aol comfort You see them all when you look through WitliSM1 Store Our t line embraces thiynost up todate designs and patterns In Furniture CarpetsPicture W W Withers Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANTOUD Ky Aritih 0 1001 OUR preBcrIrUonworkle U08urpau 4 PuooysDrul PERSONALS i J II UAtXiHMAN was In Lebanon I yesterday 4 S MR S P STAOG IB clerking In Iou oya drug etore- SlIlmuJo S M OWBNH went to Lob nnon Wednesday r Mils N J IloiiTON Is visiting ralablLIveS in Jessamine TilHKKoJ A Kites children are down with measles MilK J P JONI S visiting relav tlvos In Cincinnati MIss SuKwiLLiK HALE It vliltlop frlecda In Somerset Mr JOHN L Kuav of Lebanon wile hero yesterday Mu W T SHORT ot Mt Vernon was hero yesterdays mfriondenL IlUliliu went to Gallatln Tedn Tuesday to buy a lack DoiW to tbo wife of W PI Grimes of the Ireachersvlllo section a son MRS J S Owsruv JR was out Wednesday alter a protracted Illncia Mils MAR DURCit U visiting her htonMRS W H GIIISON nod little daughter Annie went to Loulsvlllo yester day Mns W T MKRIMKK and children of Llvlpfton are with Mrs OJNew landoMISS MOUIE HOCIC of Maretsburir has been tho guest of Mrs Dr K J Drown IlKV U R NoEt went to Livingston yesterday u try to organize a Baptist 0church Miss KOLA TOTTBN who It attend log college at Loretjo it nt homo for a few days t Miss KM7AI1CTH CRKIOIITON our pretty Klogtvllle correspondent Is of pleurisy MR Goo T MriHoiiHiiTS of Drod bead came down Wednesday to see hit stoic brother FRIENDS hero of Mr Andy J IUcr of Garrard art glad to know that bo improving dItanklntend lrcebylorybMR spent several days with his sister Mrs A II Severance MiBBTlUX IlBMllUU wilt osenttest hero In J u o- eWCIIAslooorJ C Hays of the East Had left Tuesday for Ivcs dale III to locate MR JOHN M McUouKirrs who was thought to havo suffered a paralyltlc stroke It Improving E L KOKIIUU of Garrard will movo to Hast Dernstadt so alt to be close to his saw mill MRS BETSY NKVIUB who suffered a stroke of facial paralysis It doing at welt as could bo expected Tre ronauJhI returned to Crab Orchard after a delightful visit to her brother in Atlanta TIIEO WKSIKY and wife of Ml Vernon and Jason Wesley of Middle burp were hero yesterday Miss JKNNIKIX WARREN of Stan ford Is visiting Dr Hollowny WOO Fourth AveCourier Journal Miss ANNa BRONAUUU and Mis BerLin James two of Crab Orchard prettiest are at Mrs Mary Dronaughs MR W P WALTON and son WIl- lIam leao this morning to spend a few days with Mr TH Walton In Atlanta RoinutT PAQALBY and Samuel Pad pott loft yesterday for Dixon Tone whore they will engage la the lumber business MRS T D ENGLISH of Doyle spent Wednesday with MM W B McRolU orta while the captain cried J banks sale- TALTON EMIIRY wife and ton nip boo of Cincinnati und Mrs Nannlo A Erabry of Danville were guests at Mrs T J Fosters L R nuoiiKS went to Cincinnati jIuIJ this morning to See his sister Miss Myrtlo Hughes whCle ill Forest Me Clary accompanied him TilE Childrens Mission Band of tho Presbyterian church took In 81117 at their candy pulling at Mrs W B Me 4Itoberts and besides had a delightful time LOCALS FKESH fish at wI1 Bradys FANCY Queonswaro at cost for cash G fl FarrlB Co I SKLL aced potatoes cheaper than any house In town W H Brady I J H BAUUIIMAN Co will sell you bay and feed of all kinds at almost your own price In order to reduce IIBLockMILLINERY Wo Invite the ladles allofApril C and 0 Inspect our goods Lewis WhlteTurnorsvllle t NICK Uno of Moquettu and Brussclll carpets at Beazloy Hays SPICING line of Jaralnlorrcs are In Call and see them G 11 Farris Co TUB fiscal court reduced taxes Scents on tho SlOO for which relief much lhouk GAHDKN Seeds Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren Shanks SanSKVRRAL shares erctal Rank of Liberty changed hands lir tho other dav biiltyealo by George U Ferris fi Co froNEfe McKlnnoys Also onehorso chain less Disc Corn Planter See them F AJFEd Hubbard store burned and will build soonhiCOLLECTOR DBNTON ho will giovesat Of Course not CommIssioner yorkes wont let him heTiuon this division Sixty nine trains were handled on It In ono day recently the largest number on recordm tnIouse Monday next court day a good pair of mules spring wagon and bar ness J P Chandler Auctlonnerw C Vbyupon and we will see If the predictions f a call off of tho surveyors of the Jcl llco line are called ofT I l Jherearound Stanford during thl spring and summer than for years Ho has bis eye on a number of big building con tracts c 8iveIbo college there next Monday eve nlngSlh All aro Invited No odmls i o hltaringwUI bo served and a general good Limo u expected HRIBNDS of H W Hatter and W P Keeney arc urging them to run for tbo countyjudJoaa a largo following and the race between them would bo o SineJudge and It would not surprise us If noot them doesnt defeat Copt Ralncr the republican nominee In November win Is It you havent publishedScard renewing your democratic party since your defeat In the primary jilt was asked of C L Crow lato candidate for assessor I donthave to prove after a little thing 0 that that I am a democrat I am ono now and always henceforth and forev thinksItho contrary weekhalldent Mrs Wm Severance says yes dbyloir represented on the program was cDjoabloA muchInterest igliketVIxNEsIiUnoA three year old son of Sanford Hhoop died Tuesday of a complication of troubles Mrs Hardln Singleton Is very low of heart trouble anti paralysis Mrs Lucinda Caldwell Is also very sick There Is more tick ness hero than for years Our people are well pleased with tbo democratic ticket ad a good majority for It from this section can bo counted on Wo placeonELKS After 37 chartQr members of orJlksto Its mysteries by a delegation of IncludlolMr Duolarteemed leading knlcht Guy E Wise VanWinkleH Lotchor secretary Frank N Lee AIanquetwit and humor sparkled with tho sherry and the champagne McKiNLBYrWhnt do you think of reporterCongressman ho Is ono of the most careful and con sclentlous presidents the country has ever had ho replied ho easily approachable and quick of decision 9 noIndlcatlonl IlwhIchbut when onco ho Is decided thats an end of It No usa to try to change him then I do not think over was a president whoso completely watched after all the departments under him hisIdeoRsofrequentlyleast Ho pots 850000 n year to listen Lilsbusinessthem We aro both paid for that purpose Judge l3oreing likes Washlol ton and would not bo averse to his dls represent NICB line of wedding presents at Ha miltons PLENTY band made harness on bond J C McCluryr FRESH home mnde candles of all kinds at J H MelerdII acAexhaust our taughmanCHEAP Will Severance has bought of J H Morris of Shelby the houso bymMr Morris a year or two ago for 82 abigrday said Manager T D Raney of peoplefromadvantage of thu low prices of fared OKMrs Cecelia Epplng bouscn Halley HouseAprilmo Is an v 7calistherhlan JflttArnuvlIon Vincent Borclog who repre sents the llth In 1U Airywould be appointed U S judge tho caldent believing that suen appoint ent will be a happy solution of the andPUllbsul po upintedforcinghovood chance to sell the Cumberland allev Land Cos aO000 acres In Dell d Harlan counties and his visit here was to meet the directors and get a price set on tho lands JudloJA Singleton J II Raines and W Wollln present Sheriff S M Ov c cs 4 dclInquenless2ll of property duplicated Ic the 01l8cesuolI- Ind they wero allowed the poll at 81 60 and the property at the present cd rate Tbo county lexv was reduced 110022cexpenses W M Bright was 8200 as county treasurer It being about yimld off since July last they wero ordered to be destroyed About 81200 of turnpike claims were ordered to bo paid out of the 818000 In tbo hands of tbo treasurer The East Tennessee Tel prlvIIcetonvlllo and Danville pikes The lot ruturedateapparenllyi5contracts than tbo people have been led yelterdaybyDeputywas laid over Judge Halley and quire Haines wero appointed a com 0m ittec to confer with the committee of the city of Stanford as to a workbouse site Attorney Helm was Instructed ollect back taxes duo by the First N ional Hank Tho sinking fund of 80 000 was ordered to bo loaned at lobe beat rato of Interest obtainable HUBBLE C C Withers sold M B Eubanks some hogs at tIc JprovlnlrlIerW L Weaver Is building a cabin on his farm and will live In It till Jan lit gda r taking Cy Stones borao from his stable nod riding him a few miles pulpitlonoon at 3 oclock Dr Wesley reports one of James Wllmots children very sick of pneu raonla George Wood has some does that are killing all the stray dogs that como on the farm Let the good work go on- oJ S Miner of Louisville was up ece his son Ed last Sunday on his way lo Cincinnati News reached here Wednesday bearing the sad mess go of tho sudden death of Mr Joab Rl neys daughter near Joyce Miss Mary Rankin has gone to Wsyno county with her cousin Ida who has been with us for a fow months John Burton was called to the bedside of his daughter near Somerset We aro glad to note that E T Minor Is thought to bo Improving slowly J K Baugbman telephones us that be will have Nabotb and a fine English coach stallion hero Monday Their pedigrees will appear later Smith Nell bought 100 barrels of corn of Mr Watkins at 8175 Adatr News FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY C pttil Stock 50000 Surplni 110000 Thla Institution originally eatablUhed ai thi IM poiltBank of Stanford In 1818 then reorganliea at the National Bank ofStanlord In 1863 andag organliedu the Flnt National flank at Stani n 1U2 haa had practically aa uninterrupted eztit ncefor4t lean It is better tupplled now will facilities for trantactlngbuilnea promptly and I ibersilythencareer Accounts of Indltldnali Oduclarlea anti IndivIdual iollcltett DIRtCTOM held Uncolu Co JW hayden Stan let sT ilarrli S Baugbman JSIIocker TPUI11 WP Walton WATrlbble J U ColllerCrab Orchd Jas Itoblnion Uubble M DEImore Stanford orrlCall J 8 Horktr president J J McBoberU Caihlcr I THE NOTED BOWMAN MILLS FOR SALE On Ilowmuoi Mill Ilke near tho village Lcxingtoiarrodeburgbuilding Wheat and corn mill SteAm and WalonaealeH runtnaealtHw 51200hicher ItJKy EAGLE BIRD UnWK 8TALMOV he IIIghheMjj IllueTlcsEnglo season berorehooklnJlRujhmallplaceter pike At 10 To Insure a Live Colt attoDanville I- CyV1illhrDsp1a t the Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY Friday and Saturday APRIL5AND6verybody department lIe Lave added a oxperlcuceexpect correct styles and up to Into Iatter- nsGALTON 12910 W filkesrl t 2111 and olhert in the 20 lItI VVllkntdalllIllIlIuIOITiUuitoiiade 227 aodotlien and daint of 2 In dAlIIrJll theJAlIIrltanSlarthe bow rings Ills colt are rut and fine tricesndhneo vrr sit others One of lilt coils won a 87S met tOmtJaner holdliDlollmllfSwet 10 To Insure a Living Colt W M DODD Iluitonrllle Ky PUBLIC SALE theStanThrdlluitontlllt o- nThursday April 11th 01 The following prorwrtjr 2 bInders JlcConnack SUtrlolOlcshovels rowa herIicblind cleanInfyearling Illlr caddie bred calve I milk cow Shorthornbull ladytomID foal to jack I 4jnrv atindard breJ mire by Vbdallah Mimbrlno out of a male by 4yearoltlgeldlngbyabIallah tier aonie good IIJ range with Remitterthearrea antI a y InIrtllo a tract of 10 acre tOre ordyPublic Sale I OF PERSOSSLPROPERTYAnd listing decided to move to Oklahoma we will offer at public sale to the hUbeit and best bidder SbelbyCllyWodnosday April 10 rooith following pononal property About 210 heator cattle ol which W head will weigh each 50 head will weigh Ij to each 60 neall viiwelgi Oeah anti 5Oclvea and short earUnl hlgbgnJebull trio heeI or good ewes end limb with 2 HheadoflIfotyebicletliarnees andShelby SOdi1Thousands of other things too numerous to men lion There will be 1000 acre of land to rent for 1902 ant tiNt Dont bIdderforget18 SIIEUJY KyTMARION SQUIRREL amiboneout one white hair goes ill the gaits with high style anti plenty ol action and is perfectly sound anti a In every point antI particular liii Brit colts hue reached maturity anti are snowing what they are finest soundest and heal hones on anyalloldoreKinK William Ao HlackSqulirela lint dm byJoVonahllIIgblnllrMarion tiUlrrera lit lIalll by Green lol1olalo noted uddle bone 2d dam by hughes Ldwi- oNoiclIlack YarN Squirrel lathe lire of more noted saddle horses tItan any other horse In the world tuch as Highland Denmark now lan lIng at UO a IulrrelLrrrel1mtlaayof hlsgel that heha ever seen and that we should stand him at a price equaling hIs brother1 andvet according to the low price other stantlat In this county we will stand hInt In reach of everybody at the extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt Money due when volt Is foaled or mare parted rountyforfeitweak is for nitre owneri to call and see him Iw lore breeding Marlon Squirrel will make this leaton at our stables In Stanford J K a h II JJiAiIbV f WAbb APEfDMbO + J A E Gibbons Is now receiving the handsomest and largest line of both Imported and Dflmcatlo Wall Paper ever shown in this part of the State We have the cheapest to the most expensive thing made We have paper hung by the very best decoratois at lowest prices thoiWe carry a full line of all kinds of Paints Oils Varnisfics Window Glass And PAINTERS SUPPLIES at Lowest Market Price Keipectfnl- lyA L GIBBONS Danville A MAIN STREET Jit W B McROBERTS r DRUGGIST Freshest of Drugs and Sundries i l t At Lowest Prices tu Just The Thing YOU WANT The season is now here when every lady wishes a corn- ortabic ni- ceLOW QUARTER SHOE We carried over from last season some very desirable Lthemsell them for less money than we can place them in the house Remember these are all clean desirable shoes in Oxfords Toe Slippers and Newport Ties If yom want Genuine Bargains this in your chance One week onJly John P Jones r fli JlCome and SeeT- he m hIi new goods More dilFerentklnds more different prices ever shown before in Stanford Prices arc reasonable and jare more varied New Slue Khoran Pongees Ginghams Tis k sues Chambras Wool Oiepo de Chene ITatlsUs Wash Silks Foulard Silks Wash Taflctas Mercerized Goods of many 1All Kinds Of Trimmings klodI iI iir1 Trimmings In fact we are showing all tho seasonable desirable go- odsSEVERANCE tiI iland SONS ICourtllousejiir i5 jtColumbusImplements A big line anti selected by an experienced Im plement man from the best known implement manufacturers 0Ithe country I Harness Everything kept in a strictly firstclass HarnossiStore We manufacture every stitch of our finer grade of harness Wagons Tho Old Reliable Mitchell and Fish Bros Coal An experience of years has taught us which is tho best i We handle Coal only from mines of the best reputation Feed Wo buy and tell Hay Oats Corn Bran etc We make a specialty 01 Seed and Feed Oats have r handled 10 cars in 60 days lWe are soul agents for Gluten Meal Itoyal Cement 1 Plaster Dr Hees Stock Food Poultry Panacea etc We buy everything in Car Lots for Cash anti sell f goods on a smaller Margin than any house in Danville t Bruce Bright Danville r Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution i Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE S SAUPLEY Pres I ii fL uvvvvvvvvvwvvv9 TIll INTERIOR JOURNAL rablthaudayr And F1cv- AT e1 PER YEAR CASH V Wbsn not sopstdSB3OO wilt b charged Entered n the postoffice at Stanford as leonilclau matttr rOB SAtTwo hundred and fifty bales pure timo t t thy hay None better D 8 CAIUPNTEK Hustonvllle FRUITTBROS MORELAND KY Furniture And Undertaking TO J WHOM IT MAY CONCERN lVc rubystate that the Dl 3 Plow sold by D 8 Carpenter Is just far superior to the- Oliver as the Is superior to the cradle W0UOWANJ r S M OWENS A 8 PRICE I 8nrgeonI Stanford Ky Utbhovn McKoberUDrng Son In tbs Owtle DuU- dlnECSLtCI SAZiXI I will sell at public auction in front of Oca Holmes storehouse at Crab Orchard depot on Saturday Mcb 23 for the purpose of winding up a partnership one car load of BUGGIES These are firstClass Ml leather top vehicles brand new and will be sold without reserve to the highest bid der for cash In hand O M OILMLAND Lexington r j H WARD co NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brace Old Stand Depot St Stanford New hod ntyllih Turnouts Rites rrsM na1 Special attention to traveling salesmen Hone bought and sold on commission Single feeds 30c Hay Mo llltcheslOc No hitches on public days Hood attention linn all stock left at our table Phone Vi a JADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules afflicted with Fistula Pall evil Swtnney Scratches Saddle Dolls Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper kc For sale by W B ilcltob j aria druggist Stanford K Uumphrer Liberty O M Thompson KlngsTllle A 17Oaldwell Wayneaburg Dunn Bros Dry Ky F Compton MllledgeTlllo Oeo R Jeter Mlddlebnrg Ky Cash Clure Turnersrllle J It Vanhook McKln S ney Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD Z7 MORRIS FRED PIIOPBIBTOR I desire to announce to the public that I am readyto do any and all kinds of grind legend that I wlU at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moat Sfcipstuff Chicken Food Etc At thovory low st and I IoOlIclt a share of your patronage promising to give you thn best results tee beltway lu mind al I Deed your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ c+ MCGbMY UNDERTAKER L Manufacturer and Dcalcar In r HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky Drs SlavinS Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS- Will be In ValIIe Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urdays In the Iennlngton Building Stanford Of acehouu9lolYAxtlor OSTEOPATHY Thjs Science originated and develop by Dr r A T StUl or KJrulUe Mo deleuds on the principles of Anatomy and Ibyilolvgy fur IU re no rubbin- gnourxialvperatloaoicleims ping super Osteopathy newt man ass machine ofso teeny lit U adjustment When sll part ernpruperlyadjuated and not overworked health ie the tome ol the dltesM treated hy ut Narrow Pnntntlon Uradnches Neuralgia Rbeumatliin Catarrh Weak Eyes Granulated LId Goitre heart U Lung Uhwiaacs Constipation Illee Jell Slopes Elarged lrosnate all atom sob and Intestinal troubles Dtseaaes Dillon and- vllocallonHIlItJolnllP- anJ111llnoontloeJ1ce of Ortne Locomotor Atax- Ia lem a specialty Consultation f rnt J Miss Jennie Payne THE CRAB OBOHABD M1LLIHSB Has just returned from Indianapolis and Louisville with a complete lino of and Summer Millinery and she cordl Invites tho ladles of Grab Orchard and vicinity to call and seo her stock W At tend her of Pattern Hats Wendes day and Thursday April 3rd and 4th Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLB EY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement coWrite For Price H C RUPLEYp The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv- Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office over 4 McKinnoys Story Telephone No 43 ILUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard and Garden Prices right as we pay no agents but sell direct to the planter General nursery and special erry catalogue on appll ntlon to II F IIILLENMEYE Phone 379 Lexington Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- coeasor to The Fumes Bank A Trust Com can and under same management contlnu ouily for U Years Solioits YOUr Bank Aooount Eloping such bUilD relation will prone mutna ly beneficial and plea DIRCTORS J IpUlonlJ JN erSr A Carpenterv n J E Lynn SH Shanks J F Cub J H Owlty OFFICERS S H J 11OwleyCtaebler Ant Cash EAZLEY fi HAYStT- NDEBTAEEBS DIALERS IK Furniture Mattings Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them acall Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY JAMES FRYE Slakes Tailor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your own suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as largo and varied- as can bfr found in IN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And the prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line tof samples for men New Goods of All Kinds Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car RugsDrypers Etc- J AMES FRYE Hustonrille Ky NEWSN9TES Louisville Nashville stock has advanced to 1041 Ton of the sealing fleet has returned with 223000 seals The effects of the Louisville Dlspat b will bo sold April 10 The U S Steel Trust increased Its capital to 81100000000 The 0et O handled a train of 21 cars of vinegar this week John L Sullivan not the puglllet but a LcxlnRtonlan Is dead The now law Is forcing hundreds ot bucket shops out of existence The Lexington banks have compro raised on a municipal stock taxofGO percent Paris is to bays tree mall delivery Its annual receipts having gone over 110000 ExSenator Roger Q Mills now has an Income of 815000 It month from his ill wells The secretary of the treasury bought 12600000 short term government bonds In New York- J W Winters an Inmate of the IIo clnsvillo Asylum In an attempt at sui tide boat his head almost to a jelly George Dunlop of Providence RL I was sentenced to 15 days In jail tor panklng his wife with a leg of a lamb The northwestern portion of Kanas Is burled under a blanket of snow two set deep on the level and from 18 to 20 feet In drifts The worst snowstorm In years ragcd in and about Plttsburg and telegrt olepbono and trolley service is practl ally suspended Frank Smith a widower aged 60 and the father of nine grown chlldi was married at La Porte Ind to Miss arah Wilder Just 20 The case against Garnett Hlpley barged with complicity In the Goo isasslnatlon was called at Frank aod continued until April 0 Another attempt has been made to take the life of the Czarthls time by an officer of the household who his aim failing at onto committed suicide The Hancock Grand Jurv after a 2eka session has adjourned after returning only ono Indictment and tbat agal08t a man for whipping his mule Charles Head Smith who sold bfa- colt to Captain Sam S Brown of Pltte burg for 20000 Invested tbo moor andwon 830000 through It In a whet dealCball F Jones secretary and valet of- tbo late William Marsh Rico of Texas nfesscd tbat bo had ended the life of- his employer and benefactor wltb chloroform A St Louis saloonkeeper escort Mrs Nation out of his joint at the point of a revolver She says theres no money In the lecture business and sbell going home Out of 831032644 contributed In 1000 by charitable persons in the United States to educational Institutions only a little more than 81000000 was give to the Southern schools and colleges Former Mayor Paris C Brown of- Newoort has transferred all of his property to the German National flank tbat city to go toward the liquidation of the defalcation of his son Frank M Brown Missouri Is not burdened wltb expe scs for the care of its convicts The 1000 appropriated for the pennlten Uary for the past two years Is offset by- tbe 833091 remaining In the treasury tr Im the earnings Developments make a strong case- against Policeman George Hanlon as the assassin of Corporal Rlcbterkcealnc his superior officer at Louisville and tbe evident provocation was a reprl- mand for drinking and a warning that he would be reported While crossing Wautauga Creek acro I Cumberland Gap the bridge- gave way precipitating Dr Allen lIar- rlson and daughter who were drlvlol- Into the water The horse was klllcd- Tbe girl was uninjured but both of rlsona legs were broken The contract for the toundatlons or the new naval academy at Annapolis bas been let to a Philadelphia firm for 1150000 When completed the build- Ing will cost 83000000 and bo lIoer- than any Government structure outside of Washington It will accommodate 500 cadets Count Leo Tolstoi has been banillbed- trom Russia because of the attempted esalnatlon of Privy Counsellor Po onoatzeff chief procurator of tbe- Holy Synod tbo attempt being attributed to a desire for revenge grow Inll out of the excommunication of- Count Tolstoi- ho sheriff returned the bench warrants against W S Taylor Charlcs- Floley John L Powers and Derry- Howard for alleged complicity In tbe- Goebol murder with the endorsement not found on them and the cases wore eootlnued at Frankfort with order for alias bench warrants At Frankfort Attorney Jas A Vie lett shot at Statehouse Square Policeman Wlngato Thompson tbo bullet mluln Its Mr Vlplett was ar- restcd and released under 6330 bond Tbe shooting was the outgrowth of t1- 1fEellng over a divorce suit in wblch- VIolett Is an attorney and Thompsons brother the defendant ilnas positive and formal refusal to sign the Manchurian treaty demanded by Russia has been made public China tn brlcf refuses to alienate the svmpa- thlcs of all the other Powers to make a trlend of one It ts apparent that Rue sla plans the permanent seizure of- Manchuria If the other Powers persist In iposlng the signing of the convcn tloo KINGSVILLE Master Jesse McCarty Is suaerlnlt from tonsllttls The Maccabees ot this place II1gh land and Waynesburg haye consolidated and will all meet hereafter at Way nesburgA occurred at South Fork about 31 M Monday Four cars were derailed of No north bound rrehbt Operator J E Crolcbton was caller to the scone of the wreck where a temoo racy office was put in The formal opening of Mr J M McCartya millinery establishment wlU take place before Easter Mr McCar ty will carry an elegant lino of gool1a and has secured the services of an ao lompllehcd trimmer In Miss Viola Bo lay of Owcnsboro who arrived Mon dayMr and Mrs D P Dlnoen of Some erect are running the hotel this we ok In the abscnso of her mother Mrs C Pennybackcr who Is with her laughter Miss Gertrude In Clooln natl Claude Pennybackqr was down from Lexington a few days since Jcs so Walter and little nephew Walter Milburn of Stanford were guests ot relatives hero last Sunday Mrs My erll of Corinth is the guest of Mr Cobb signalInspector James Hobin son has returned from Now River TennAn Evening In Song is the tItle of one of the moot Interesting entertainments that will take Place Ln Toulsvlllo during the KnlgbWTemplar Triennial Conclave the last week In August Tbo entertainment will be under the dlrcc lion of Col Will S Have the noted tong writer A chorus of 150 nellro voices will give scones from the plat form days of the antobelllon negro to the present day refined coon whc e specialty Is prize flgbtlng There w1l1 be monster cake walk with the bOlt walkers of the State enter cd Six vis tine sir knights and ladles will act as Judges The Conclave Decorations and HumlnatlooB Committee will lpond bout 825000 In tho decoration of tbo- city by day and nlgnt for the week of rlennlal A similar sum will be lent by citizens Two great arche one Illuminated by 0000 locandefcc imps and the other collossal tloral arcb will be nmoung the attractions Referring to tho Louisville Times irrlcature of a monstrous bandoor man in his own estimation the Mid esboro News says The mealiest tblnlt any newspaper has done to Walton the veteran U to print bis picture Walton wishes logo after the rallro mmlsslonersblp on the democrat ticket Ho Is one of the not too numerous able newspaper men In the State If be ever failed to boost the dom atlo pare In season or out right or wrong It was for the partys good aDd turned out tbat way He brains porgy and experience As a newspa- por man we are for hlmaa a rcpub him for If be- were can we are dead against nominated be would bo unbeatable A lame shoulder is usually cau cd by eumatlsm of the muscles and may cured by a few applications ot Chimb latns Pain Balm For ale by Craig I xsker Druggist O P Huffman bought of Was Drown a lot of butcher cattle at t 10 to 310 and of Slever some at 3c CATAttltII CAN NOT UK CUItCU Wltb local ss Ibsy ran not reach the Nt of the 11e Catarrh II a blood or fGOItltU- tlonal dU aM and lu order to cur It yon DlUIt elntcrnsl runMlM Hills CsUrth Cure enlst end acts directly on the blood nd mucous urur s JlsllsCstsrrh Cure II not- Iuad nrJklnc It ws pmrrlUiI hjr ons of th It phylcta s In this or years snj Is rlllulr prescription It U compoml ol the Itlo- ulce know with thi tart blood purl tie i acting directly on the mucous urfaces perfect combination of the two ingredient U wha lures such wo Urful result In curing Ctarrh- tend fur Ir K 1CuexKvAColrnrTulelo0o- ld dniKgUu price V alls 1smtif Mils are the be- stJUMBO will make the season with m fine jack- Jumbo Will serve mares or Jennets at rlt to Insure a living colt HEHOe- ro is a fine mule Jack Will serve mar es at S3 to Insure a living colt DoBoQ ly fine young jack Dollop will servo tuw mares frcu of charge asona duo when mares are sold or pirlcd- wltb Iusturo for bunch S2 per I will not bo expansible for accident should- Rnyoccur B B KING Moroland DIGNITY DARE jtcmrrioKFotled ISM 15 band Sy Inrli blab IU uibogsnr bay with bud polnuweIKbtlll8 rormIlolltbt wonderful Iyle of the Chester rarully- wblch the world acknowledges a superior to all bow horse ho has meta a icpuUUon line In his clstandweewtake from a YIf- 1I0ItInJ blue lice In his threeyer uld torn he took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows ThroUllb Central Kentucky In harness he Is Tlr1- ltylllI with grealuUoo li ulto gwtdy hot4 la hlfon1 We brUee the pub- Uc now arlorded an opportunity to wcnru Ice of the coming of the ice within reach ofalldring a Class or 0011- 1wbn matured that will wll readily our Ealvrn- mrket at fancy prices See him to fully apj re him 1YtJIORyyllreol by the famoui Chester Dare No ONa It heliylllack Squirrel 58 b1111sck Eagle 74 he by King he Waablnglon Denmirk Cl he bydaluco Deniaatk id he by llaco Hone SooIIJ Jil- lporl1 lledgefcrd IU pun LlMle by Welrhuout No HIt he by William Welch all he ill lltnln limnni ht dalll Pauline by Aluiont Korcat 2IGJl2d dim by Ablallah Messenger 3rd by U II dllll Thoroughbred Will nuke the season of st lawn Mere Illock Farm 2 i miles west or IhutonTllle Ky on adfordtTllle A Uuitonrlll pike At SI5 to Insuro LlvlngColt IIfllr sled or pared with forrelta Inturanr Dlonr1 become due at time of such transaction MI n from s distance kept a n per mouth Ural log bill must be belots removal of mares w Inlrolted will reeelre penoDallttnllon but I sui not responsible for sccfdsnts or escapee 0 CABPEWTKK = lJIiUVVVIJvtvwt1ttJtvtJUU NEW FIRM I o 00- p 000 GO Having told a hAlt Interest In my buggy and Implement buttons to O Mr A M lYiicethe new business be conducted under p- O tho firm namo of O 0 GMSOJ PEfJCE We will keep In stockat all times n handsome line of a I Buggies carriages Harness n O Also Farming Implements In addition wo wit handle nil kinds of Ograin I1or Oats Ho Hoping you will favor the neo0 firm with your patronage l remain lteept Yours 0 W CARSON O tQl1D000 O Cl6 170 Q nr r ilrr THE lI National Weekly Investment Co r IHCORPORflTED Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is attested 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 e ShirtsJIf Soft Shirts are the Correct r Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters i liE PERKINS I Crab Orchard Ky 4 47We have a Full Line of Ledgers Journals Day and CashBooks i For the New Yaraood Cioodsjat r IAwIrlcei PennysTELElHONK W2StNtiNtittvN N11 K1ti1 New Goods New Firm And Every lylR Bargain IayVherc You Find r Everything Perfectly Fresh And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and site us W W SAUNDERS CO q Phone 88 110 West Main Streetj iiiifiiiewi IT WILL WORK EASY After a good deal of persuasion I de cided to try tho Popular Wadior and truthfully I18Y it In Use greatest inventional of the kind made The prico at tlrst seemed high but niter a trial Isin con vinced it is very cheapI1 NlKB E J DROWN tr FOR SALE BY GEO HI FARRIS t CO Wake iprid isteJa Qoro TUB RacKet store is Far in Tire Lead In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hals Caps Ladles and Gents Furnishing Goo Trunks Valises Ac Rig stocks of Metin Boys and Childrens Suits at half price Mens Socks 3c pair Veiling lOc yd Ladles Kid Gloves small glees 35c Towels 7lc a pair Nnee Pants lIe a pair Laces and liaoiburK8 at less than cost Skirt binding at Ic a yard Ladles Umbrellas foriqc Suspenders 8c a pair Mens Suits worth 3760 at 348 Shots at less than over been sold in Stanford Other bargains can be had which wo Imvoul space to mention Good machine thread 2 spools for oc The Racket Store Stanford Ky y Jacob Glnsbnre Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Dank r