You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal.: n. Tuesday, April 9, 1901. Semi-weekly interior journal.. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton, Springfield, KY 1901 sem1901040901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal.: n. Tuesday, April 9, 1901. Semi-weekly interior journal.. W.P. Walton, Springfield, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ff VOL XXIXi STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 919019 A M NOIS LANCASTER I W S Kmbry sold a mule to Simeon Anderson for 175 Corn la soiling In the Upper EoJ of the county and In tbo Paint Lick vicin- Ity at t2 40 Dr J L MoK a will not fill tbu pul v pit Ilt tho Presbyterian church for tbo next four Sunday- sE Ilngues bought tbe two story frame house on Lexington Avenue the property of the lato Mr Nannie Cart pouter for 81200 Tim Easter reception given on Satur day afternoon by tho Ladles Aid So ciety of tbo Christian church brought tbo neat sum of 120 Tbo city council at ha recent meet log fixed the rato of taxation for the t present year at oOo Thus It a decrease of Ibo over the present rate Tbo Helping land tbo womens organization of the Baptist church will hold Ite last meeting with Mr O A D Marksbary on Saturday afternoon Miss Jennie Duncan baa been qulto for n week MM U C Warren of Stanford has been called to her bedside and will remain until there some Improvement W S Ferguson of Covloglon Is here attending to his farming Interests MIsa Louise KaulTman of Central Unl versity has been at homo spending tbo Easter holidays Dr James Locko and wife of Alta mont are guest of Mr W II Kin oalrd Mr Margaret Gill and Miss Kato Klnnalrd have returned from a trip to Louisville A graphophono entertainment was given Saturday evening ut the Metho diet church the auspices of the Parsonage Committee Tho small ad mission of 6 and lOa was charged The 0 W D M Auxiliary hold an open session at tbo Christian cburcb on Sunday evening and carefully prepar cd program was well rondered Music and short addresses were the chief fea tures Tho laW and copious rain are having a marvelous and revivifying cITcct on tbo wheat No moisture or other nat ural process can develop tbo early sow lag but the late Holds aro showing up wonderfully at the approaching spring Tbo Lade Aid Society of the Chris tian church will hold 1U weekly meet log next Saturday afternoon at tbo residence of Mr Dr Durnctt on Rich mood Avo The regular meeting was dispensed with on account of tbo reception The Christian Sunday School has made a change In Us opening exercises and Instead ci the superintendent read log tbo Ulblo lesson ono of the little girl pupils perform that duty Miss Lettlo May McUoberts ofllclatea on last Sunday The display of millinery on Saturday was gorgeous and artistic and there will bo no excuse for tbo women of Garrard to go without stylish head 4gear Tho three establishments Misses Salllo Tilloits Lily Noels and Dovo Harris each have a plentiful supply of bats and bonnet An Equal Rights Association was lately organized hero under tbo direc torship of Miss Laura Clay The fol lowing ladles have boon Installed as officers Mcsdames W O Bradley president Margaret Gill vice president U F Walter secretary and G AL Patterson treasurer Tbo lion George T Farris has been canvassing In thcIntercst ofjhla Sena tonal race and wears qulto a eatUflcd and benign smile There is a no moro genial nod affabla gentleman In tbe en tiro district than tho present Incum bent and his friends and supporters have no fear of the Novemberjresult The remains of Prank nohzclaw who died recently ofj consumptlon In Wyoming were brought to his old homo In this vicinity lor Interment lie was a nephew of Mrs Samuel Spoonumoro and leaves u widow and two children The funeral woe preach ed Sunday uftornoon jbyi Eld A R Mooro i One of tho oldest city olllclols very likely to bo found In this part of the c State Is Judge Ephralm Drown who for several years baa occupied the tr bench as police judge Ho has reached his 83rd tulle stone but his ago t does not scorn In anyway to bavo In capacitated him for thejidutlca of his f otUco There are onlyjilhroc citizens 11now In this placeSwho woro resident Mr Brown first located bore Susan Prlco Is one of those three twben reached her 84th year Conn of thlsiplaco Is qulto a f genius and Is prepared to do work that Is not often furnished outside the city establishments Among r other equlpmenta bo bua a turning JIojljJatho for repairing engines boring oyl Coders and generally ironovatlng old i machinery Anothar enterprise In t which Lancaster outstrips other towns 11 the now x ray instrument of Dr J fji Klnnalrd which Ui now adjusted t and attracting much attention by its uso the human bodyV aUopaquo sub j stances and eyen brick walls can be seen through wlthjgreat readiness r The Presbyterian church will be thoroughly cleaned and renovated within the next month by tho lady members and some needed repairs and painting will bo done The L fc NJ depot Is replying n cot of paint new bcnchue large lamps and new doors W H Whorrltt returned from Louis vlllo Saturday where he was called alt ono of the trustees of the Danville Theological Seminary He reports the meeting as quite harmonious und tbo consolidation of the two Theological Seminaries Into ono Biblical school and the colleges at Danville and Richmond into a great university unanimously agreed upon by the boards of tbe soy oral Institutions A Goat Flags Down a Train Mr1Mengineer 03 the Loulsvllla k Nashville Railroad last week Ho runs n passenger train between Montgomery and Geneva Ala Rays ho was travel lug at a very high rato of speed trying to make up for lost time Within two miles of Montgomery ho saw at some distance ho thought some ono waving a red flag a signal for danger Says that he brought the train to a full stop blelIlrpatgoat that the had tied to the railroad track so the train could run over and kill him In the meantime the goat got his horns entangled under tbo wo roans red flannel underskirt and was bobbing bis head up and down eo fast In trying to get loose tba tbo engl neer mistook the sight for a danger signal The goat seeing tho situation made a pitiful farewell bleat then broko loose ran away and made good his escape and left tbo woman behind to tell her lalu of woo She told the engineer that the goat bad proven to boa nuisance around her house and neighborhood hutting the children andeat log up and destroying everything that it como In contact with Sho said that she undertook tbo above means to get rid of him but ho proved himself wise enough to out wit her In tbo attempt on hi life W O McKlNNBY Garrard Democrats Pleased LANCABTKU April STbo renomI nation of Hon Georgo T Farris for the State Senate meet the hearty approval of the Garrard county democra cy While his adopted county claims a share of the honors which bo achlev od during the late stormy session of the Senate when mens nerves worn tried It II conceded that Lincoln his native county deserves a largo share as well as the democrats of Casey and Boyle who helped to carry his banner to victory four years ago and who will help to do so In November- It IB eminently proper to return him on account of his experience and hla ability to deal with tho grave questions which will como before tbo next Sen ate His ability courage and fidelity manifested during tho last session need no comment Rio onlolal course Is an open bobk bearing tho Impress of an honest and faithful servant With a united party ho will succeed himself DEMOCRAT TilE REST U1Z RHEU MATISM QUICK IlialKC KflOM IAIX All who use Ciiaimberlalna Pain Hahn for rheumatism are delighted with the quick robot from pain which It aftora When speaking of this Mr D N Siiilm of Troy Ohio says Some limo ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but gut no relief until I wag rec ommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons A Co druggists of this place to try Cham borlalns Pain Balm They recommended it so highly thai 1 bought a bottle I was soon relieved ofRII pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with mo that it Is the best remedy for muscular rheuma tism in the market For sale by Craig A llocier Druggists CHURCH MATTERS Rider J G Livingston will preach at Holdama Mill at 11 A M Sunday The revival at Mayavlllo M E Church South resulted In 25 additions Dr W E Hatcher after 20 years service resigns the pastorate of the Gracestreet Baptist church Rich mond Va to enter on a live years campaign to increase the endowment of Richmond College Do not leave home on a journey with out n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy It Is almost certain to bo needed and cannot bo pro cured while you are on board tho cars or steamship It Is pleasant safe and roll t liable For sale by Craig Honker Druggists S Students at tbo Stato College at Lex ington cheered when A H Kohoe 0 C Shepherd and E T Slefort wero suspended for cheating an oxamlatlon LANDSTOCKCROPSETG R G Denny bought of Joe Young 10 calves at Ho W P Tote bought yesterday eight yearlings attic J C Bay sold to John C Popples seven calves at BID Doge killed some 25 sheep for Victor Ballou Friday night E P Woods sold to S T Harris a yearling lack for 817S 21IJ II Roach bought carload of hogs of various parties ja 41 to Ala John Harris of Boyle sold a bunch of hogs to C T Johnson at Cc Phil Dwyer has sold his racing stable to Gen McLowee for 810600 Dogs raided r E Drucos sheep Sat urday night and killed and wounded 25 or T Tucker sold to T B Bright of Boyle a threeyearold Hereford bull for 1100 C 0 Cover sold to Robinson Bros 10 twoyear old cattlo at 825 They averaged 741 pounds A Asbbrook of Cyntbluna purchas ed of Blanton Unit a Nutbreakor mare with Jaybird colt for 750 Frank VanMotcr bas sold to J T Kempcr of Chicago tho Derby candi date Ills Eminence for 110000 Lutests Co sold to J J Allen n bunch of calve at 12 50 and bought of same 100pound hogs ai 5c R L Hubble bought near Gallalln Tenn an 18monthg old jack by Star light for 1400 He Is a tine Individual- M J Farris sold 200 hogs to G A Swlnebroad of Garrard at 5io to be delivered tbo latter part of AprllAd vocate John E Madden has sold to Henry T Oznard of New York for 81000 the twoyear old Hanover colt out of Imp King Cup Gen J B Castleman was elected president of tho American Saddle Horse Breeder Association held In Louisville Friday Lutes t Co bought of A W Carpenter 32 fat hogs at Co for April 20 do livery They also bought of Honest Joe Snow 30 80pound shoats at 485 At W S Garners sale lo the East End Saturday cows brought 83 itorss 125 mules 815 Houoebold and kitchen furniture sold low No feed cattlo or hogs were offered Will runt on day of sale Wednesday 10th for remainder of IDOl 200 acres of good land 80 acres of which Is broko for corn balance In ryo and grass well Improved I fe G S Shelby Lutes Co sold to W R Denbnm a bunch of heifer calves at 81350 and to J A Young a bunch of plain year tinge at 81805 They sold to James and John Carson 07 owes and lambs at 84 E II Beazley bought of W W Lyon it Co for Dr J M Black of Knox vlllea pair of extra Ono black carriage mares for 8500 They made the finest team that has left the county in years W T Tucker bought of Glltner Bro of Eminence a 10 months old Hereford bull by au Imported bull wblh he thinks Is tho finest animal of Us kind ever brought to Lincoln coun tyJ W Given will stand alMcKlnnoy two fine jacks ono 15 and the other 15 hands and 2i Inches Good ones See them before you breed Watch these columns for further description and pedigreeJ has sold his farm of 05 acres and John Bright his of 30 to Dr W U ODannon of Stanford at about 830 These lands lie near Hanging Fork bridge on the Stanford pike Hustonvllle cor Advocate- R D Crow bought In Ohio John son Hill Enl No 42030 an Aberdeen Angus yearling pronounced by compo tent judges as good a ono as they over looked al He was sired by Karl Mo Kinley 24250 dam Loulso of Wood lawn 23301 M J Jewltt of New York has sold this seasons furs and ginseng for 813 000 Among the pelts were 2 cross fox 10 beaver 12 lynx 18 fitch 7 bear Hotter 45 marten 350 red fox 500 opos sum 800 raccoon 5000 muskrat 150Q skunk and 1800 mink M D Elnoro has a herd of thoroughbred Gentry Black Berkshire hogs Ho sold to W A Trlbblo a male hog sIx months old for 10 and to Menefee Elmore ono for 10 and has other males and females mates to them for sale Two sows and 11 pigs of same herd for sale 2t Nelson Morrie tbo Chicago packer Is planning the erection of a 82000000 packing houso at Honolulu The pro posed house Is for the purpose of sup plying the Hawaiian and other adja cent islands with fresh meat without being compelled to uso the present eye tem of refrigeration COURT DA There were 300 cattlo at A B Florcncoa pens yesterday and about iwolhlrda of them changed hands Trading was not lively but an extra good bunch of yearlings brought 5c Helfera eold at 3 to 3jc No butch er cattlo were offered A tow mules sold at 875 to 8100 and a number of plug boraea brought 825 to 8GO lION GEO T FARRIS Of Lancaster wbo was renominated for State Senator Saturday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Benedict Hardcety aged 81 is dead In Marlon J A Wilburn of London died at Tucson Arizona whore bo bad gone for his health Kentucky University beat Central University 14 to 8 in a game of base ball at Richmond While at church John Renleons house and contents at Lebanon Junc tion went up In smoke James Walker a Centre College student whoso home le at Franklin shot himself In hla leg near the hip while trying to kill a cat Dr W B Harlan aged 73 died In Boyle after a protracted Illness of a complication of diseases A wife and seven children survive Betllo Doty of Boyle Jesse Barnett of Powell and Levi Pratber of Pike and Grant Collins of Laurel have been paroled Thomas Reynolds a tenant on the J H Robinson farm Mitcbellsburg drop ped dead as ho was walking through Mr Robinsons yard He was 55 and leaves a wtfo and several children Gen Cawlus M Clay fired on a dep uty sheriffs posse that had gono to White nail to servo a writ on him A pitched battle resulted and the Old Lion was wounded while several of the officers bad narrow escapes Gen Clays friends fear his mind is unbal anted The controlling boards of Centre Col lego Central University the Loulavllle Presbyterian Theological Seminary and the Seminary at Danvlllo met in Louis villa and decided to amalgamate the colleges into tbe Central University at Danvlllo and the seminaries Into the Kentucky Seminary to be lo cated In Louisville The two synods are to meet In Louisville April 23 to pass finally upon the proposition Tbo Richmond Alumni Association ol Central University has taken stops foi a mass meeting al Richmond Wed nesday to oppose the proposed consoli dation of that university and Centre College There Is general opposition to the consolidation plan In Rlobmond It la said tbo citizens of Richmond will go to law to prevent the removal of Central University from that city In case other efforts fail It is claimed that tho city and county subscribed 8125000 to have tbo University located at Richmond and that It can not be re moved unless this money Is returned MATRIMONIAL Eddie Surber aged 10 and Miss Lu cy Britton 22 will bo married at John A Goochs today Miss Lucia McAfee the handsome Lebanon lady who has frequently vie ited Misses Anne Shanks and Pearl Burnslde bore will bo married on the 17th to Mr Hugh Murray of the same placeAfter a crowd hall assembled and the license and preacher had been secured Miss Amanda Carleton of Clinton county decided she would not marry Hiram Smith and the wouldba groom went home disappointed Of the marriage of Mr Arthur C Hill to Miss Nellie Mershon the Louis villa Commercial says Mr Bill and Mlea Mcrebon came to this city Thurs day morning Tboy had tho written consent of the brides parents as she not of age On applying for a license Mr Hill was told a witness to the par ental consent would have to be pro duced before a license could be granted Not being an adept at the marry- Ing business Mr Hill was floored and did not know for a while what to do Finally il was suggested that there was a oily known as Jcffcrsonvlllc near by whore the consent of the parents was nol asked Mr Hill called a carriage and accompanied by friends and the the peaoher took MIsa Meruhon to Louisvilles Grotna Green With the wollkuown case ho got a license there and without alighting from the carriage the knot was tled1t What most people wants something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bllto a dot They are easy to tako and pleasant in effect For eels by Craig Hacker Druggists Y = f f 1t == = W = J = ilB Spring Suits IJ 1ttij1jmiWear Best Bargains ever offeredi CallIand see 111 f 1 ts IT PAYS TO TRAI EAT t fTHEtiJ1 Merchant Tailoring GLOBEI ifIiIDILLE money HIRSCH Danville tij Successors to J L Frohman Co11 = r oo ==k Ar W W Mtt1fl i re t9h ef eeIt IIP1 1 Ji KM6 k At liiaI tfJ 1 Tailor Tradea r 4 MaB Our sample books contain about a thousand 9aawell selected sample suits = 1Rir i tdjlglc hfH P 3to7iIl SuItsSlOtofSO Coats made any stylo a m- angramay desire Measures taken in 80 minutes lyGoods received In about a week or 10 days t3I OBOur terms are CASH jjs ft H J McROBBRTS i- fe ftIrtZ I fJ frvvvfeiKvfe4feilfeif e A C SINECO- NTRACTOR A BUILDERST- ANFOED KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work andguarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest forwhomherel Sash DressedILUtUber This Is The Best Clothes Wringer Mades t WARRANTY lopular010thc8 r fromirheeither roll proves defective during saidItime we will replace same free of chargel i HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford i CRAIIG ACKR0 the ruggists Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PRICES i W THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Representative M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Sheriff1 M S BAUGHMAN For Attftfor MG REYNOLDS For Jailer W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON For State Senator GEO T FARRIS TilE convention here Saturday renomlnated Hon George T Farris of Lancaster for State Senator was not a largo one but wbat was lacking numer- Ically was made up la enthusiasm Thero was no opposition Mr E W Llllard of Danville having wltbdrawn from the race a month ago Hon R C Warren chairman of this Sena rial district called the meeting to order and Mr Thomas B Robinson chairman of the democratic county committee of Garrard was madasec tart Casey and Boylo were represented by proxies and without any flowery speeches or flourish of trumpets Jlr r Farris who has so well pleased his can Btltuency during his present term was declared the nominee During the stormy times at Frankfort Senator Parris proved to the people that he was equal to the emergency nod a democrat under any acd all clrcumetanc- iTaylors guns and bay on eta did not deter him from his line of duty but made him the more determined to do right as he believed right Senator Farrls Is a most pleasing gentleman a fiDe conversationalist can bold his own on the stump and that he will be returned to his old scat In the Senate lIe bave little or no fear His district went republican last year but people are rap- Idly coming to their senses and are not going to permit such a calamity again Hon George T Farris will help cvery county ticket In the district and tbe candidates for county ofllces and tbelr friends will take pleasure in reclpr eating by electing him Hurrah for Farris TUB Somerset Journal prints tbls nice notice of Mr W P Waltons candidacy for railroad commissioner alonlt with a well printed double column cut of him As might be anticipated tbe newspaper press of Kentucky especially the democratic press is almost a unit in his favor not upon class or sentimental grounds alone but because of his marked ability thorough business training strength of character and devotion to the best interests of the Stat The newspaper comments that we bave seen bear testimony of these virtue that Insure success in a canvass for a high office In Kentucky Mr Walton starts out with a backing of friends and admirers such as few men In the State can command He has been a hard fighter in the democratic ranks displaying energy determination feat lessness and ability His personallt r and success as a public journalist will make him a shining figure on a democratic ticket and when elected the pea plora lnterests will be his and from a course of right the world the flesh and the devil combined could never swerve him ExGov JAMES B MCCREARY chairman of the Goebul Monument Committee in answer to inquiries as to when work on the monument will be h gin the amount of money raised etc gives out a statement In which bo says that he recently consulted Mr Arthui Goebel about the design and the proper time to commence work and It was agreed that a meeting be held whoa Justus Goebel now In Arizona can also be present which will be some time this spring or early summer The amount to the credit of the Goebel Monument Fund lathe Farmers Bank at Frankfort is 0470 and in addition to this Mrs C C McCbord chairman of the ladles committee has collected about 85000 There are some expenses to be paid such as printing lithograph ed certificates letters c which will amount to several hundred dollars leaving fully 11000 to be expended for the monument which should and doubtless will be the largest and handsomest ever erected in Kentucky A DISPATCH says that Fugitive W S Taylor was chosen to preside over a debate between Butler College and Do Pauw University in Indiana If the subject was Who killed Gov Goe bel the selection of Taylor was a very sensible one Otherwise the colleges showed poor taste and bad judg ment in agreeing on a creature who declared be would stand for trial and skipped over to the haven of Hoosier dom HON C K WHEELEU ConQrenman from the First district and candidate for IL S Senator Is a forgetful kind of a fellow In an Interview in the Lou isville Times ho says his district bas never had but one Senator Col Match en when those of us who have botter memories or possibly keep better post ed remember well that Sent William Lindsay was from HIckmanI county In that district and claImed home there when ho was first elected to the Senate We cheerfully agree with Mr Wheeler that he has a democratic majority far greater than ours but we promise him that if our candl date to succeed the great and only De boe Hon James B McCreary Is ellct ed be will do nothing to make us so soon forget him or rather disown him as the First district has Mr Llndsay The Eighth district has never had aU S Senator notwithstanding the splendid timber she has but her time Is Doming and coming fast Hon GeoT Farris Nominated For State Senator At a meeting ot the democratic executive committee for the 18th Sena tonal district of Kentucky hole In Stanford Ky on the 6th day of April there being no opposing candidates for the nomination by virtue of the BU thorlty vested In the executive committee for said district tbo Hon Geo- T Farris of Garrard Is now dccla d the nominee of the democratic party for State Senator for the 18th Senatorial district composed of the countles of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey and that clerks of the county courts of aid counties place the name of George T Farrla under the device of the dem cratlc party for the office of State Senator to bt voted for at the November election 1901 for said office- R O WAUUEN Chalrma ISth Senatorial Dlsltr T B ROBINSON seoy- POLITICAL Gov Allen of Porto Rico will continue In office at the request of tbe residentMrs Brown was thrown from torso and killed near Hammonvl Hart county The President announced that P C nbx of PlUt burg has accepted tbe Attorney Generalship Every democratic official of Marsh c unly who sought renomination at- Saturdays primary was defeated The republicans of Lewis county ares sid to have spent 10000 for votes and hleky in their primary Saturday John M Muloan resigned a position In the State Auditors office at Frankfort to enter journalism at Paducah Hon G G Gilbert who has been III- at an Infirmary In Louisville has sum ently recovered to return to Shell vlllcAn order will be Issued by the Postmaster General allowing letter carriers to wear shirt waists during tne warm either Business men of Porto Rico are hosting Francis S Wilson postman of Brooklyn for Governor of Porto RI- co to succeed Allen Oscar Delgnan one of the men who companlcd Hobson on the Merrimi pedUlon was appointed by the Pres- Ident a boatswain In the navy Andrew Carnegie desires to be spec- Ial ambassador of the United States at- the coronation of King Edward hltelaw Reid has a previous claim U S Senator J W Bailey has declared himself In favor of Carter H Harrison of Chicago for the democrat- Ic candidate for Vice President in loot The Filipino general Trias has left Manila with credentials from Agulna do to treat for the surrender of various Insurgent leaders who are still in tbe fieldGpo W Llebreth republican Stat Central Committeeman from the Sixth district Is an applicant for D N Com- IDIOres position as Collector of Internal Revenue at Covington George M Thomas Solicitor of Internal Revenue is said to have place bls resignation In the hands of President McKinley His eon In law ex Congressman Samuel J Pugh wll probably be his successor Members of the press and civilian were not allowed within hearing whet Emperor William made his last military speech Orders have been gives for the suppression ot all publlomen- tlon of the Emperors speeches or quotations from them Tbe republican primary in Dell- county resulted in the nomination of W T Davis for county attorney Lawrence K Rice judge Henry Brough ton clerk Tyrus Howard sheriff J L- Saylor assessor B F Fuson superintendent of schools Robert Van Bebber- jailer Tyrus Howard the candidate for sheriff on the ticket Is a nephew ol erry Howard NEWS NOTES Lisbon Falls Me suffered a 825000i Ore A child was killed at Birmingham by- eatlng pills Rev Robert Callahan aged 04 Is- dead at Ashland D avid A Bates aged 88 died suddenly In Woodford gulnaldo is investing heavily In- dlamondi and jewelry elands population Is smaller than at any time in the 10th century Thousands of Chinese are dying of starvation In the Province ot Sloan ru The Garnett Ripley case will be call cd at Frankfort today Both sides say they are ready The elevator of the Bowling Green Milling Co burned with about 25000 bushels of wheat A threeyearold child of James Lus by In Owen county fell Into a cIstern and was drowned Scottsvlllo was visited bye dlsastroua fire the Masonic Tempi a livery stable the jail and two stores being destroyed Twentynine Chinamen wore arreit od near Malone N Y while trying to cake Into the United States from Canada Fire at Pre tonvUle destroyed a tobacco rehandllng plant owned by II D Crouch The loss is estimated at 122 000 By reason of the prospects of an car ly peace In the Philippines the navalI force on the Asiatic station will be re ducedIn railroad wreck near Blued W Va Engineer Sam Hethorlnj and Fireman William Shelton were killedThe damage suit for 810000 ot John- S Adair of Hnwesvllle against the Owensboro Messenger has been dls minedLawyer A T Patrick says Valet Jones did not kill Millionaire W M Rice In New York Ho claims the old man died of heart failure A demurrer to the Indictment ajalnat Ellis M Headley at Paducah was SUI wined and bo was released on bond pending decision on an appeal Conductor M A Wcllman of tbe Norfolk h Western shot and sorloully wounded two Negroes who tried to bold him up at Ceredo W Va The jury In the case of ex Banker Joe McDowell at Irvine on the char of embezzlement failed to agree 11 be- Ing for conviction and one fur acquittal Thirty Filipino olllcers and 100 men In one command have surrendered to ho Americans and taken the oath of illeglanoc From every section of Luzon surrenders are reported John Wright a negro crazed by dl ease escaped from the smallpox hospl tal In Lynchburg Va and created a wild panic for several hours Be was killed by a citizen In spite of denials Irom Washing bat there Is anything serious a dl rich from Manila indicates that tbe sbortalZ6 In the commls locary dcpi sent aggregates 8I8o000 Tbo court of appeals granted the attorneys for Caleb Powers YO days In bleb to prepare and tile a petjtlon for a modification of the recent oolnlon reversing the Scott circuit court Rear Admiral Remy has been au lorlzcd to enlist 600 FIllpMnos In the aval ser7lce They will be employed a t firemen tbe work in the tropics bo Inl too severe for white firemen Revenue officers destroyed two large tooDsblne distilleries in Virginia Just IIcrou tbe mountains from Mlddlcshoi and caught two moon hlners Klghtcc undred gallons of beer were destroy cdTbe celebrated Gainsborough portrait of the DouchcSH of Devonshire wbleb was stolen In London 25 years alO has been recovered In Chicago and restored to its owner It It valued at 3000 Confederate veterans organization In Mississippi are at outs with the cap- Itol commission for declining to lay the corner stone of the new State Capitol- on the anniversary of the birth of Jet rson Davis Five robbers blew open a safe In bank at Chardon 0 and got away after clubbing the watchman They secured less than 8200 In money Two of- the men were arrested at Wllloughbj and are In jail Richard Nugent who got 21 cars- tor killing Wm Mahony at Lexington Is so well satisfied with the sentence tbat he will not ask for a new trial- Tbe general Impression Is that Nugen should have been hung At Polo Green Hanover county Va- Mrs John Bagby shot and Instant killed her husband using a double barrel shotgun Bagbys head was- was blown off The couple had trouble about domestic matters and the wife- lot tbe gun first Out of 12 sailors who left the wrecked bark Angola on a raft six days from Manila on Oct 2U only two reacbed- shore the others being killed and their lies eaten The two survivors wbo- drifted ashore on Subt or Flat Island on- tbe 42d day out are Insane The State Prison Commission awarded a contract to tbe Tennessee Shoe Manufacturing Company of Mempnls for tbo labor ot 150 convicts at the Eddyvllle penitentiary at 45 cents day This is the highest ever paid for convict labor in Kentucky Lt Hung Chang In an Interview with- Spcclal Commissioner Rockhlll ex esed the belief that there would be no more bitches In tho begotlatlons between China and tbo Powers The- court ho says Is anxious to return to- Puklo as soon as the foreigners evac uateOwIDj to some Irregularities In the- election recently hold for Major In the- First battalllon Second regiment- Adjt Gen Murry has ordered a new- election The Adjutant General has also ordered that Batteries A of Louisville and B of Lexington bo orgenlzed- Into a battalllon ol artillery w w w w w w W W W Carpets Mattings Oil Clothes 1 I I oooooooooooooooo Ladies Muslin Under wear IB dozen corset rovers worth 25c as long an this lot will last lOc Comet covers and drawers trhmnl with laces and embroideries worth 6Oc our price 25c- Cbrwl covers and gowns elegantly trimmed worth 75c at 30c Undenkl gowns and drawers must be seen to all predate the great value at bSc Under Kklrts gowns made of extra fine Sea Island cambric trimmed with fine lACtll and emhrolJerlcs the goods alone cost you double the money como anllace these One garments at We and OSc DomesticsL- ook at these prices carefully then come M early as you cm an these goods will go fast at these ridiculously low prlCH 250 pieces of good calico light and tlltrk patterns e same goods cost 5 and 6 cents in oilier tore our special price luring this naleonlv 31c Hoosier cotton full yard wide 4o Big line of yard wide percale worlh tOe and 12o per yard for cloalnJ out sale only be Towels 10 dozen 13xSO cheek linen towels wOlth lOe at c Fancy border linen towels 18x57 wortb tile at Fancy border linen towel 16x0 4c Fancy border linen fringed 33x51 wortb 250 atlJc All linen blue bordered towels 30x31 Pc White linen fringed toweU 41x51 worth 35 at Sic- IDInch linen crash per yard only 6c A tew cloaks and capes left oVcr will IONO them out at lees than cost The wife of It B Lancaster of Lebanon Is dead after a long illness The democrats of Todd county re nominated W H Mlcnms for roprcse alive On her death bed at Cincinnati MI8I Jeannette Evans was married to tho nan of her choice While playing the role of peace aaker Wm Fleramlng of Bath county was fearfully cut The news that Gen Tung Fun Sian III heading a rebellion In Mongolia and hen St Is confirmed The story that tbe L C N U about to acquire the Tennessee Central railroad Is denied by Col Jcro Baxter A French Duke advertises In a Paris paper for a financial bacuor in an ITon to wed an American heiress P Booker Reed will cooler with Senator Deboo and ask that a rein be put upon Collector Sapp of LouUvllli John Gulick who murdered bll Other and brother at Shamoklo Pa aturday surrendered and says ho expects to hang Shade Upchurch a prominent farms of Wayne county went turkey shoot Inl and his dead body was found two miles from home GenThomae former president of tbe Manon confirms the report that tbe ionon Southern C IIand D and C S railroads will got together under one anagdment Numerous anticlerical meetings In Spain adopted resolutions dcmandlni the expulsion of the religious orders anlfestants paraded crying Down with the Jesuits J B Bowling of Whitley county barged with forging signatures to inslon claims was turned over to the Federal authorities at Louisville b1 U S Deputy Marshal Worthington of Portland Ore Guy Anderson committed suicide at- Waco Neb adopting a peculiarly ocklng manner of ending his life- De wrapped barbed wire around blm- self and tied the wire to n post at a rawstack then Ignited tbe straw nnd- cut his throat He died in horrible aJonyThe Executive Committee of the unlucky State Board of Health has decided to enforce a modified quar Rntlne against the State of Tennessee AU persons coming from Tennessee will be required to show a certificate of recent vaccination before being ai- lowcd to cross the Kentucky State line Smallpox brought in by Southern nc- grocs is the cause of the quarantine Look at the label on- your paper and if it shows that you are- not paid up remit It is as Important to Ladies Know How to Spend d MissesMoney as to KnownHow to Earn It HATS tRho11tgoThe Louisville Store STANFORD KY- cDIIrB GEAT CLOSIJmG OUT SALE nnnnnnnnnnnn100 000000000000000C Summer Dress Goods SLAUGHTER SALE 50 pieces of colored Lawns and Dim ties guaranteed to bo IOu quality wll go in Ibis sale al Co All Ibo lawn dlmltta and organdie go at 7Jo all Ma quality rcduecd In iOc all higher priced lawns anti dimities ro duced to half price All while goods such as India linen Swlme piquet etc will be offered In this tale al about half price Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Rid Gloves all sizes and colors worth from tl CO to 12 your choice at Me 150 pair lasts kid gloves worth from tl to tl25 tocloto out it only cO cents Lad lei dont mina the greatest kid glove bargain of the SOlli century Table Linens NAPKINS AND TOWELS Fine white imported Irish Tsbla Linen- dO incites ride id n nniiilxT of beautiful floral patterns worth 60c per yard our price S5c and while and blue and white table linen guaranteed fat colors well worth boa per yanl at only 2 Jo Napkins at almost half price Illg reduction in all kinds of cotton and linen towels Lace Curtains 49c Full 3 yds long extra good value for- fl during Ibis great rata at cUe 1Ius to greatly undersell nil ofour competitors Our clothing is all strictly custom nmdo and no fault of the goods that our prices arc low If you would only como nail these goods you would lx convinced thatrThe Louisville Store is the cheapest store in Stanford 500 pairs mens toad hoya cotton worsted pnnt worth 81 reduced to 1Jc 300 jmira boys cheviot wonted and oi iinero knee pants rondo to sell nt 50c our slaughter price 25c 180 mens fine Intlt made to sellr at 810 we have 12 diflurqnt colon to select from at 105 7fl lOydsuit regular 2 quality reduced to USe I Mens very fine custom outdo suite at 8005 8fiO and 897f worth double the price vo ack Sale of Dress ShirtsI7ft dozun mens One dress eight iliffetcnt stylca to select from worth from II to tl IM all go In this great sale at 40u 10 dozen negligee shirts regular 60a and The quality reduced to 39c Hens work light and dark cal on at 10c23o Wo and 48c worth double the monoyIquality reduced for tide treat sale to 60 Pay Less f aQdtDress Better NEWESTSTYLES IN- CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND SHOES II f Come iu nod get filled tip for Spring Cummins Mcdary L T What Do You ThinktI7li our new waytof setting the pace tOfformer days we used a knife to t prices square Now t We Use II t A Cannon1a u Setting the price to rounJ wholesale numbers One price nnd that the cash pricetWe show the nicest and best assortment ofMFurniture Wall Paper Mattings CarpetsIPicture Frames Etc In Central Kentucky and make one price that sells them to people who are informed W W Withers Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL A STANFORD Ky Antii 0 1001 Quit prescription work la unsurpass T ed Try us and be convinced Penny Drug Store tPERSOtf s clerking In the r Mn SAMUKI T UAKRIS has been sick several days MRS W G WlTHEUS who has been III Iublo to sit up Miss MINNIE WOODS Is visiting friondi In Ilustonvlllc- MllB J II YKAQlilt Is visiting Mrs R P Adams In Lexington MRs MARY OmEN of Iluetouvlllo t Is with Mrs Adolla Woods H O DOTY who moved from Oar Fridayt End Is preparing to move to Oklahoma Miss JlKlLK ROOT of Danville was the guest of Miss Florence Trucbcart t Miss HELEN TIUMIMOND of Hrod head spent several days with friends hereMus DKTSY ROIIINSON Is III at the home of her daughter Mrs J M White TUB Faniy Work Club will meet with Mrs M O Wllllurns Thursday afternoon Du PKKCV BENTON and Richard Pike of Urodhcad attended court hero yesterday v MR GKO D noiiKit went to Louisville yesterday to attend the Maccabco conventionMISS Gituniis of Shelby City spent several with her sister Mrs K T Hcusle- yPitor AND MIIH K L GRUIIIIB spent several days with relatives at Shelby City Fin u DAUMANN went up to Born start Saturday to spend a few days with friends Mu J UlCllAliOliUflllof Richmond has gono Into n law partnership with Hon W B Smith Miss Jrssu DBANK COOKK of Nashville will arrive this week to visit her sisters hare Miss GEORGIA IlANHFOiiD of Som 1erect Is visiting tho family of George A Hughes at MoKlnnoy MESSRS M P ELKIN and John II Meier are representing Stanfords Maccabco lodge at Louisville KniTOU K W LlLLAHI of the Dan Svilla News was hero yesterday getting subscribers for his good paper Mrssits W S WOODSON and D n Faulkner of Knox county wero on Sundays train bound for Louisville R E UltOOKS ono of Rockcastlee cloWr citizens and a candidate for jalfer was hero yesterday mingling 1wIth friends Mite JOHN ninoilT JR who has been lpendlnltbo winter In Henderson vlllo N C joined her husband hero l this morning MARY EDITH AND UFUTIIA tho two little daughters of J T Dlankensblp are very sick with measles Living ston Cor Signal MR WIIL SEVERANCE ocd wife and Mr C E Tutu and wife left this morns log for Casey to spend a few days fish ing In Green river JR NUNNELLKY who Is working for a St Louis firm In Maine arrived Sunday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs P P Nunnelley- Mn SAMUEL II HEIM who will cel ebrate hie SOth birthday today Is get ting very feeble and his friends ore very uneasy about him MRS G T LACKEY loft Saturday to 4v join her husband In St Louis where they will remain a few days before lo eating at Dee Moines Iowa Mn J H STEPHENS has rented the Henry Newland farm In the East End l and Mrs otephcng camo up from Lob anon Junction Sunday to join him L LITTLE RUTH MCCOLLUM of Juno T clan City who has been very III Is Improving her father Mr O D MeCol e lum who was hero yesterday Informed us Mil AND Mus G W RIFKK and children of Hustonvlllo who have been visiting Mr H D Gllmoro and famly returned homo yesterday Marlot Fal J conDtt W W BUHOIN and wife oft Richmond are guests of her parents at Crab Orchard The doctor and Mr W D Edmlston attended court hero yesterday returnedAi L R Hughes and will upend n few weeks at homo In order to regain her lost health hMESSRS W T SEIIASTIAN A D t Ford WL Law on T A Elkin oDd James Dunn were some of the Garrard county gentlemen who attended court hero yesterday MRS HENRY LAMMERS has returned from u visit to her daughter In Louisville MRS LEVI ELDER of Crab t Orchard the guostof hcrsUter Mre 1W W Burgln Richmond Panta raphI of papers In mentioning tbd marriage of Mr Arthur 0 Hill to Miss Nellie Mcrshon speak of the gromnsn prosperous young lawyer Mr Hill has shown good judgement In the selection of n wife and Is n lino farmer but but If ho knows anything about law be has kept It from his part opts and most Intimate friends LOCALS FANCY Qucenswaro cost for cash O H Farris ft Co I SELL seed potatoes cheaper than any house In town W U Brady Go to Jones for embroideries laces and gloves They carry the stock SPRING ofJaralnlorrcs are In Call and see them O H Farris Jc Co a GARDEN Seeds IonSete and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren ds ShanksaWILL sell all our cheap hay In 10 or 15 days So como quluk J H Dnugb man k CoaTHE Canton Harrow for durability good work and light draft For sale by George U Farris d Co A VALUAIIL mulu longing to Mr S J Embry got one of Its feet caught In a stable Dad died before assistance arrived A DOu supposed to bo mad was shot at by Marshal Robert Jones Saturday afternoon but the bullet went wide of Us mark and the dog went on I WILL have my opening tomorrow Wednesday and Thursday Call and see the beautiful line of pattern hats and bonnets A special Invitation Is tendered to husbands and fathers Re member the date Miss Llcclo Deaz layIMPROVINOMMcceer 1A Allen a k Co have contracted with Messrs A M Pence and R E L Sims to Im prove their homes on Danville Ave nue The former will add three rooms and the latter a bay window and other Improvements HORSE Snow AT UUSTONVILLK Saturday 1s tho day for the annual horse show at Hustonvlllo and It Is likely there will bo moro good stallions and jacks there than for years It It a splendid place to advertise and horse owners should not wise the opportun ityRFAUMr Samuel Reid of Huston vllle received a dispatch a few days since telling of the death of his sister Mrs Salllo Read ut Bloomfield bat ho was not well enough to attend the bur lad Mrs Read was about 80 years old and died of pneumonia Four grown children survive her POdtmostcrJ1Dmore than probable that Capt lid Pelly of Dunnvlllc will mako tho race for the republican nomination for Stato Sena tor The captain suits us all right Senator Farrls can beat him as easy as auy other republican THE rain and general bad weather of Sunday prevented many a lady from initiating her pretty spring bonnet and tho old winter tllo was again pressed Into service In fact the weather had been so fearful for several days that the majority of mankind had cared and thought very little about dress of any kind THE resignation of Mrs Nannie S Saulley as principal of the Stanford Fe male College has been tendered to and accepted by the board of trustees Tbo college will be run next year Several applications for the place have already In1lormeda first class principal NONE For the first time In years the Casey circuit court failed to send any prisoners to tlio penitentiary Eld J Q Montgomery who was hero yesterday told us that Green Shaw charged with killing Randall was acquitted and that the case of Woodrum accused of murder was thrown out of court The term was a very dull ono JAMKS PHILLIPS hasoaexhibition In Miss Annie Phillips millinery win dow the cutest kind of a farm house beautifully fenced In with rabbits ga lore In the yard The little house is elegantly furnished as can be seen from the windows and la altogether n very creditable piece of work Stop as you go bv and tako a look at It as well an tbo pretty hate Miss Phillips Is mak tag IN JAIL Honr CWarren served a short term In jail Friday but what bo was guilty of Jailer George DoBord who was judgo and jury In the case re fuses to divulge Mr Warren wont in to talk to n client about 1 oclock and Mr DoBord locked the doors and wont about his business About supper time he returned unlocked and let Mr Warren go his way rejoicing The jailer claims forgetfulness but Mr Warren U inclined to believe that ho bad a grievance against him and took that method of squaring accounts OLD PLAN John Bright of Lincoln presented Mayor Fisher with a plan of Danville made by John Thomas surveyor of Mercer county on the 7th of Juno 1707 It la very accurate and will bo framed by the mayor This section was at that time being cleared by the pioneer settlers Their most difficult work was removing stumps For assistance In this a novel scheme was adopted Each male person who offended the law was required to pull ono or moro stumps according to the magnitude of the offense Advocate NICE lino of wedding presents at HamiltonsaFRESH homemade candies of all kinds at J H Mclerd HAY corn oats and all kinds of fled cheap for 10 days only J H Baugh man tit CoaA POSTOFFICE has been established at ColTey Casey county with N C Coffey postmaster HAYWUI sell hay at 30 40 60 55 and GUc per 100 pounds for 10 days J H Baughman fc Co A GOOD crowd attended court yesterday und business of all kinds was better than on tbo court day of a month ago OUIt spring stock of dry goods and shoes cant be bent Como nnd trade with uSi highest market price allowed for eggs J P Jones JOSEPH GINSHURG who will open a store at Corbln Saturday Is having bills printed at this office tolling the people bow cheap bo Is going to soil goals ATTEND Wednesday thosalo of I k G S Shelby and Thursday the one of J B McKinney Read their ads in another column and see what they will offer A YOUNG man named Wbltt whose homo Is in the East God was placed In jail yesterday charged with breaking Into J W James quarthouse at Crab Orchard and stealing a lot of whisky IN the county court yesterday F M Waro qualified as administrator of Mrs Mallnda Walls and a few road overseers werts appointed It was an exceedingly dull day about tbo courthouse A SOPRANO of wonderful ability Tho best concert singer In this country Wo have never offered our patrons anything so artistic Mountain LnK- ichoutauqua Maryland At Walton Opera House April 2C THE Kings Mountain Canning Co will not run this year on account of Mr W L McCarty failing to contract for enough tomatoes notwithstanding bo offered to pay two cents per bushel more than other canneries offered FOUR llopovcrs democrats who forloltlcedefeated as they should have been The rads showed their good sense ID not letting the so called converts got all of the good things after they had borno the heat and burden Of the party for years THE Easter service bqthe Mission Band at the Christian church Sunday night proved a most enjoyable occasion The building was packed and a highly Interesting program was calmed out Tbo Easter anthems by the choir as sisted by the best vocalists from the other churches wero beautifully ren dered while a number of songs by the children were also greatly enjoyed Tbo recitations by Misses Anna Daret LcGrand Jones and others were fea tures of the evening Each child was presented with an Easter egg The members of tbo Band In about 112 in the mite boxes and the collection of the evening amounted to SO HOLT CLAW The sad news of the death of Frank Holtzclaw at Alva Wyoming reached hero Friday and cast a gloom over his many friends and relatives In and around Stanford Hardly a year ago he left for his Western home hoping to rid himself of a slight lung trouble but lust as he was thought to be Improving grip seized him and after a protracted Illness his young life ended Mr Holtzclaw was 32 years old a member of the Baptist church hero and a straightforward honorable man liked by all who know him Ho married a daughter of W H Underwood and she and two daughters aged flyo and seven are left to mourn tho loss of n kind husband and Indul gent father They with Mr J R Holtzclaw father of the deceased no compnnlcd the remains which arrived hero Sunday Waiting on her bus band grief over his death and tho long trip hero have all been trying on Mrs Holtzclaw and she was wellnigh exhausted when she arrived She feels keenly her great lose and In it she and her little daughters havo the sympa thy of all The Odd Follows of which order Mr Holtzclaw was n member took charge of tbo remains at the depot and some or more of the mem bore went with them to Lancaster where the burial occurred THIS AND THAT E T Pence sold to R Cobb 10 year lings at 27 A yearling by Cresceue sold for 2 000 at Providence R I J T Stewart of Boyle bought a car load of hogs at Die for May 15 de liveryIIsaac Clark and Wesley Ramsey two young farmers of Wayne county en gaged in a quarrel Sunday and Ramsey was fatally shot Tho Southern surveyors are still camping on Hood Worthlngtona farm The survey has reached the Porryvlllo pike passing through the farm of W DeLong a mile West of town Advocate PUBLIC SALE JunctionCity wlnllingupOne Car Load of Buggies I vehiclesreserve to the highest bidder for cash O M AgtLexington The Floe Mula and Jennet Ja- ckBlack Cloud Wilt make the puma of at 3 tulles from Iianvllle on the I llonnrDaIA turoplke at Ig to Inture a living colt Money duo wbenroll ooaeaorbare Is parted with and a lien retained on roil until season money Is paid lie Is o1d153handImp ialen 2d dim by Illg Heck br Col handy n1 dim lleck br Illack Samtmn Col Handy IIDutbrtelInJl T BUSH Iron Grey Jim Porter Will make the season of 1001 at Silas Andersons old stand on the Preuchersvllle pike four miles from Stanford at 7 to Insure a Colt To get up and tuck and walk around the mare J5XhandSired by Hubble Old Ucccher Dam one half Jim Iorter Lien retained on colts until season wltRmuruwlthoutsatlafylag where forfeits the season Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Call at Silas Andersons place and see Iron Grey Jim Porters colts J B Anderson Preachersvlllc Ky McKinney Roller Mills- J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky Makonnd keep constantly on band the Let of Flour Meal Bhlpstutr Bran Chicken Fred Rc Price very reasonable Custom grinding a ni oclalty D V Kennedy Mlllcr TILE NOTED BOWMAN MILLS FOR SALE On Dowman Mill Pike near the village of South Elkhorn 0 miles from Lexington Harrodabur pike Largo 3stcry tone building Wheat and corn mill Steam and water power Comfortable dwelling Wagon scales 3 acres land Now operating The demand for Its products when run taxes Its full capacity Meal hue reputation of best In tho world Irlco only 31200 which Is less than value of machinery Own er wants money Como quickly to get It J E IELPIE SON Agts Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALE I will tttt at puMIc suction at my farm on the Stanford and HutonTllU turnpike lhIIIl1u trot Huitont Ill v- uThursday April 11th 01 The following arty 2 blniltn McCormack and Champion I McCormack mower Superior Disc IIrlll 3 cultivators I big ployr 3 double tboTtlt corn planter roller and 2 double A ba- rrow1 disc harrow lot of low gear eel of wagon breeching blind bridles and col log chain1 elder mill new wheat fan for clean lug enl wheat work bench and wagon maker aharlng borne harness stool ad clamp yearling lilly laddie bred 8 glees I milk taw with Cilf about month OldrI yearling Shorthorn bull stripper cow I I JnfoaM dry cow 4jear old combined mire gentle for lady to drive small but has big way on the road 3 mares In foal o rearold standard bred mars hy Vbdallan 51nb oo out of a male by 1jladlne her dam Uy Mewenger mire 4year old gelding by Abdallah Mambrlno a good road ater some household goods 115 range with pipes anti tanka attached Ladles 8100 bicycle Uambler the beat nude Two tracts of land out about 40 acres and a S Inlrest In a tract of 120 acres three miles from McKlnner Terms made known on day eta J McKINNEY McKlnney Ky Public Sale I OF PERSQMLPROPER TY And Eontal of Lead having decided to move to Oklahoma we will oflrr at publlo sale to the bUbeat and test bidder without reserve on the promises near Shelby City Ky 0- 0Wodnesday April 10 1901 the following personal property About 210 head of rattle ni which bead will weigh O head will weigh 630 to each at Lad will weigh each and Metres and short yearlings weighing from 350 to urJ also a lot of high grade shorthorn cows and a registered shorthorn bull 600 bead or goo l ewes and iambi with head of Southdown lot of stock hogs head of work mules amt boraea l1 urlou farming Implements to the cultivation of different products ol a thousandacre arm will sell all driving and saddle vehicles harness Ac liarrel of tarn 1500 tales of hay andtawuvealboastsandlots In Junction and Shelby Cities and one house and lot on the Dan ville A lluttonvllle pike two miles South of Shel and known as the tollgate property Thousands of other things too numerous to mention There will be 1000 acres of land to rent for 1902 I1DllOO3lo the hlilieit and belt bidder l1uol forget the date l01901IAOS VlEUIV Shelby City Ky T D ENHUSH auctioneer FIRST NATIONAL BANK- OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 159000 Swplui 110000 This Institution originally established as the De poalt Bank of Stanford in then reorganized ai the National Uank of Stanford In IBM and agait organized u the First National hank ot Stanford n 1S82 has had practically an uninterrupted ulltl- Iaee for years It is better supplied now wlU facilities for transacting business promptly and I rally than everbetorcln its long and bonoiab career Accounts ol Individuals fiduciaries and IndlvldttslssollcltedDIKICTOaS F Reid Lincoln Co JW Haydrn Stanlof ST Harris 8U Baughman J SIlocker TY Rill WP Walton W A Trlbble J U ColllerCrab OrcnM Jas Koblmon Hubble M DElmore Stanford orncsm J S Uorker President J J McRoberta Caihlu NABOTH 1006fStandard Rule Rccord 2loj Sired by and many others in the list Wal8lnghBm oaooths sire Is a son of George Wilkes 810 J 220theJr by Ualllbletonlan 10 lire ot Dexter 2t173 Third clain Jessie Sa ro mw 1alsoEclipse N IlambletonlanGeorge nnd high foaled June 28 1883 Ills pedigree contains the Jblood of Wilkes Jlarobrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and 11arry Clay Will Stand at 15 to Insure a Living Colt rsHAFSBURG 5OQ WocderfulDoyFirst dan Trinket 5 Imp by County King 110 2nd dam by Champion of England666 3rd dam by lIarnaby GiO HIt dam by Orand Turk J38 CleyelandlIayhands weighs Ji3 pounds drives well gebtie and kind with Ono style and high action i tobreedWill Stand At t10 To Insure 7t Living ColtWill also stand the splendid 16 hands and inch Illack Jack NAIOLEON 2ND at ffor Mares and 819 for den nets removedCareJ KII BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky j W B YLcROBEPTSDRUGGI- STFreshest ofDrugs vs and Sundries J At Lowest PrIcesIIi CarpetstCarpets We have just placed In the house a sample lino of Carpets all new Spring Pat terns consisting o- fWilton VelvetsTapestry Brussels English Brussels And Extra Super All wool Ingrains If you need a carpet we will make you a very close price on One lowpr we think titan you can buy elsewhere At any rate we snKclt your inspection of these goods Get Our Prices And We Will Leave The Rest To Your Judgment t3TCarpets cut and made to fit the room if you wishJohn P Jones tIIEvery pair of Shoes we sell with our t guarantee supported by the manufacturers personalIresent to mention kinds and have all the desirable ones for Women i Children both Oxfords Sandals and rillern 1 16 I I Gentlemen You miss a Bar p If on fail to look at our shoes ts- M t IIl fa t I 1tj tim m if What We Sell JJ 1iColumbu8Implements A big line and selected by an experienced Im plement inati from tie best known Implement manufacturers in the countryri Harness Everything kept in a strictly firstclass Harness Store lWogonsTheCoal An experience of years bas taught us which is the best We hamle Coal only from mines of the best reputation Feed We buy and sell liar Oats Corn Bran etc Wo make a specialty ol Seed and Feed Oats handled 10 care In 60 days HavoIWo are eoul agents for Gluten Neal Royal Platter Dr IIg Stock Food Poultry Panacea etc We buy everything in Car Lots for Cash and sell x goods on a smaller Margin than any houso in Danville Bruce Bright Danville r y TTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL i tabllsaotTulkpsxs4 rxtiv el PER YEAR CASH When not to paid 3J2OO will be charged t Entered n the potttifflce at Stanford at COM clau matter rOB SAliU Two hundred and fitly bales pure thno thy hay None bettor n8 CAKPFNTER Hnstonville PRUITTBROS MQRELAND KY Furniture And Undertaking TOJ WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TVoThcroby itate that tbo DIs Plow sold by D S Carpenter Is Just tar superior to the Oliver as the Heorlng Is superior to the cradle W G COWAN J S GOOOE S M OWENS DentistI OfflocoT UcRobetU Drug Star In the Ovilej Dlldlnl NEW LIVERY STABLES W1IGBEE f SIN Prats JUNCTION CITt KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale JH WARD CO 1IWILivery Feed And Sale Stable Yll1rare OM Stind Dfpot St SUnfonl 2 New and stylus Turnouts Riles reason Special attention to traveling s tmen tones Bought and tolJ on commlwlon Single feeds 30c May 20c Hitches toe No hitches on public days Hood attention given all stock left at our stable Thou 1- 6ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by b W Adams k Paint LIck Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules afflicted with Fistula Pallovll Swlnney Scratches Saddle DolIlI Hard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper ta For by W erts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty O M Thompson Ktngsvtlle A Dunn Ilros Bry f antsvllleKyFItComptonMilledgevilleCeo Clure Turnorsrlllo J U VanhooV aey J RollerMillst MORRIS FRED PUOIBIBTOR I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds ot Ing and I will at all times furnish tbeIbest o- fFlour Moil Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give the best results me butbearlu mind always that I need your patronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G + MCGbMY br TTITBEREAKERManufacturernnd HAB1TESS SADDLER 0 Stanford Ky e Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Wilt be In Dtaillls Monday Wednesday and Friday Will bs In SUufuid Tu nlgi Thursday and Sat Otbrc la the ionolDgton Building Stanford Ol a cebuun5Wt2AxIW4rrOSTEOPATHY ThU Science originated and df loped tj Dr ATSUII01KtrmtIle Mo d on the principles of Anatomy IhyiloUyy for Its re no rubbing- aourRIcaloperaUonsandoldm aleguper- a atural Osteopathy Ttaws man asa machine ores maqy lu It adjustment When all pan- areproperlyadjuded and not orarworktd health I tha result Some or the diseases treated by uti Nervous Fratratlon Headaches Neuralgia Ubeuuiatliiu CalaubJWeak Granulated tlds Goitre Ltflr rung DIof Contlpatlon PIIesOallStooa Eatarged Prostrate aU SWm and troubles Disease oillouel and Jolnli CurfaturlBlslocalIons1HUffJoints PuallfnoonUaentl Atu a speclalty Consultation Free t r n Miss Jennie Payne THE CBAB OBCSABD MILLINES lies returned from Indianapolis and Loulsvtllo with a complete lino of Spring and Summer Millinery und she cordi ally Invites tho ladles of Crab Orchard and vicinity to call and see her stock rTAtItend her opening of Pattern hats day and Thursday April 3rd and 4th Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In firstclass styli 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 ERDILLEHAYDANVILLm Manufacturer o- fBRICKIAnd Dealer I- nLimeCement c Sco Write For Prices HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY roods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky OtUce over lnS sir McKlnnoy s Story Telephone No gL ILUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Gar den Prices right as we pay no agents but sell direct to the planter General nursery and special strawberry cltao uo on appll cotton to II F IIILLENMEYER Ihono 279 Lexington Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100090- Sucoeuor to The Farmer Bank t Trnit Compan and under woe management con nu ous y fur U Yearn Solicits Your Bank Account Roping such buainota rotations will prone comma ly beneficial and pleat DIR vCTOnSi JSOwsle Sr JN SIenef e A W Carpenter W It Cummins J E Lynn S1I Shank J K Cub J R 6wsltj OFFICERS S II Shanks J II fl1yttuhllv Anal Cash BEAZLEY HAYST- JNDEETAKEES use DX1LZU IK Furniture M nttlii jjsRujjs And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tailor Suits or the cloth furnished you to make your OWII suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as largo and varied- as can bo in IN THE GREATESTDRY UMS IN And tbo prices are much lower I have also equally as groat a line of samples for men New Goods of All Kinds Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car RugsDrypare EtcJ- AMES FRYE Hustonville Ky S The Horse Show J K BauRbman did not bring hll wellknown and popular sire Nabot down from Hustonvllle buthladeserl tlon and pedigree can be neon In another column Ho la too well knows to make comment necessary Ho shall cd his tine coach horse Hapsburg a splendid Individual with good action and the horse was highly compliment ed See his pedigree elsewhere Mi B also stands tbo flno jack Napoleon 2ndP Reid showed a rnaenlQcent pair of stallions In Quasi 2127 and Dorse Golddust 12052 The former is a Prone coach horse that won the Orst prize at tho Paris Exposition and the latter Is a breeder of no little note Doth are tint Individuals and Mr Reid has a right ti fool proud of them Read their pedl greesin our next Issue and consldei them well before you cbooso what yot will breed to Eagle Bird the tine saddle utallloi that won blue tics by the dozen thi year E P Woods showed him at the fairs was exhibited by John S Daugh man of Boyle who stande him tbli year and who knows well how to gel out what Is In jt horse Ho U looklnj splendidly and is as good a sire as ever stood In the county Marlon Squirrel was one of tho fa vorltcs of the day A handsome black without a whlto balr and standing K hands high bo is a model in appear anco and moves like a top J REH Beazley have a fine horse in this excellent son of Black Squirrel One of the beet roadster stallions In the county is Gallon son of Gumboils Wilkes and owned by W M Dodd who had him here yeilerday He hat proven himself a breeder of speed in dlvldualliy and action and Is a horse that any man would feel proud of Calvin O Carpenter snowed Dignity Dare the magnlQcent son of Chester Dare and made additional friends for that good horse Many think that Dignity Is a better horse than his sire who sold for near f2000 when very old Robert B Woods Jr had S T Harris handsome saddle stallion King Eagle by Royal King who ls a lull brother to Silver King and the great show mare Allio G Tho splendid horse was the subject of much favorable comment John Cook showed Pcrcneron a good draft stallion There Is always demand for good draft horses and owner of mares should see this horse Mack Hughes showed Forest Squlr rol owned by W LCaldwellof Boyle Lie Is by Black Squirrel and is a model afldle stallion Victor Schultz a postman at MlrlonI Ind shot and killed his wife mortally wounded a neighbor who wns lube Schultz home and then committed ulclde before be could be arres- tedKING EAGLE Ring Eagle is IS bands and three Inches high dark bay with heavy mane and tall Itoes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and action Slrodbr Royal King lit dam Eagle lllrd d dam Red Lion 3rd dam Harris Denmark be by Sllllers Denmark Itu dam Jim Dell loroughbred NOTE Royal King Is a full brother to the groat Sliver Ring and Allle O the great ahow mare that sold for 21000 King Ea- glos 2d dam Is tho dam of Minnie Bojrl tho great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere with In ISM and sold for 8500 King Eagle will make the present season or 1001 at my stable 2ij miles West of Stanford at the loll- price atj10 to Insure A Living Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits In lerance becomes duo at the limo or such transactionIWill also stand tho noted mute Jack Billy Icene at S3 to Insure a living colt S T 11AUUIS STANFORD KT Floyd Nabm Willis Potter Nahm Roland Pitch and IIarrI tor Jr all prominent young men of Bowling Green wore Indicted for attempting to entice five young la dy students from Potter College at night The episode has caused a big ooueallou In the Park City owing to the prominence of all tho young people Involved Dr B F Cabell president of Poltc Collcgo appealed to Gov Bcckham to pardon the young men Indicted at Bow ling Green Tho governor declined to take any action In the matter TilE WRONG ROODS1 gcnllema from the rural district staying with bls wife at a city howl retired somewhat late Ho tapped at the door of wits ho Imagined to bo his room and find lug It locked ho called tlDoneyll1 No answer came and ho called again anj more loudly Honoyl This time a a reply came and in a male voicetlGo away you blathering Idiot This Is bath room not a blooming bcoblvo If Gen John Castleman and Cot Walter Porreiior bad been whore duty callsin tbollold with their rcspccilv commands that little Icraptlon th 14ell would not have occurred Tb crowning evil in our military as in our civil service Is absenteeism on the part of those In high places Louis vllle Times If tbo king finds his crown too heavy says tho wise man or long ago lot him wear It every day1I Habit it a great help as well as a hlndrancoam good habits aro as easily formed aa bad ones and their power Is just aa strong Therefore It behooves us to consider well the kind of habits we are forming Tho White Siarlioo steamer Celtic the largest vessel ever built was launched at Belfast She will havo accommodation for 1700 passengers Her dimensions are Lengtb 6SO Ofcol beam 75 foot depth 411 feet gross tonnage 08SO not lonnagc 13050 Grandpa Dont get scared Willie the tiger is about to bo fed Thats what makes him jump and roar so 0 I aint afraid of him grandpa Pa pas tho same way when his meals aint ready 4 A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cared by a few applications of Clumber sins Pain Balm For ale by Craig sir locker Druggists The Louisville ealoPostshould clean tho stanch and filth from off Its own person before it otters any comment upon tbo mistakes and error of ilhcrs Harrodsburg Democrat I CATAltllll CAN NOT HE CURED With local applications as they tan not reich tbs eat of tbs dUMM It s blood or contllla lonsl diva and lu order to curs It mutt late Internal rtniftllM Halls CsUrrh Cure ti iken lettrnallr and sets directly on ths blood Inl mucous urta lIal1 Catarrb Cure is not a quack turdlclnt It was pmrrllied bjr ons of the and athll years regular It onlcs comporwd of the hat known combined with the best blood purl urlarfOl Thetern acUalf II the mucou nKt combination of tbe two Ingredients ls whit rolurenuch woidtrful results In curing Catarrh Send for tmtlnonltla tree J luruI A Co Irur Toledo O Sold by dniraUli Idle 75c Halls Fsrnllr 1111s are the Lot Mason Hotel MRS U D 8IMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplendsd table Everything firstclsss Porters meet all trains 80 FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Rene and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Write To Tit FAYETTE INVESTMENT Ca OF LEXINGTON KY 4nti got a sample certificate of their new issue A G MORGAN Secy No3 W Short St t Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses in Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE S BAUFLEY Pws I QCCQDOQODUC00QO 00 00 NEW FIRMc 00 0oo W e 0 Having sole a halt interest in my buggy and implement business to 0 0 Mr A AI Pcncothe new business will be conducted under i0 tho firm namo of 0 i cr SOJl PEJlGE 0 t 0tia will keep in stock at all times a handsome line of I Buggies carriages Harness I 0 Also Farming Implements In addition we wll handle all kinds of 0 0 grain Oorn Oats Hay etc Hoping you will favor the now 0 firm with your patronage I rumaln llespt Yours I 0WAUAItSON 0 000000oooo aoooooooocooooo000000000 r I THE National Weekly Investment Co IHcoRfORRTEonPresents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at 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 I S S i cShirts Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer y r We are Headquarters I tW E PERKINS l Crab Orchard Ky e 4 ee R tLtHRtvt41 1 We Have a Full Line ofri Ledgers Journals Day and CashBoois For the Xew Year Good Goods at LowTrlcei f Pennys Drug StoreS i TELEPHONE NO 2J e New Goods New FirmA- ndEvery Day U Bargain DayJVherc You Find I Everything Perfectly Fresh And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage wlllil 3 be appreciated Goods delivered promptly Jail and sue u- iW W SAUNDERS CO9 Phone 88 110 West Main Street 3oMjhiUNEW IT WILL WORK EASY dealAfter a ot persuasion I do Bided to try tho Popular Washer and eat it in tho rcRtest Invention 4aromedvinced it is very chnap t K J BnowKt liOn SALE HY ll GEO H FARRIS F CO J Wake Up Aid Liste r 11 To The Racket THe RacKet store Is Far In TUB Lead In Dry Goods Notions Clothing lints Caps Ladles and Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks Valise Ac Jug stocks of Mens Hoys and Childrens Suits at halt price r Mens Socks 3c pair Yelling lOc yd Ladles Kid Gloves small elves 85c Towels 7 jo a pair Nnco Pants He a pair Laces and hnmhurga at less than cost Skit binding at lc a yard Ladles Umbrellas forl4Oc Suspenders 80 a pair fens Suits worth 760 at 83 48 Shoes al less than ever been sold in Stanford Other bargains can bo had which we havent space to mention Good m whine jjitcad 2 spools for 5erThe Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Ginsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bankx