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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 12 1901 9AM NO 14 JItCRAB ORCHARD F W Jones Is painting his sloro and is doing a good deal of the work him self James Johnsons hbuie Just over the lino In Rockcastle burned with Its conicnts Tuesday David Carpenter who lived K on Fall Lick died very suddenly Tuesday A wife and several children survive R H Bronaugh Is training a half t dozen or so llccty bangtails several of which promise to bo record breakers It looks now as If Crab Orchard will have a sanitarium with Dr W J Ed mlston ono of the prime movers of the enterprise Dr and Mrs J D Pettus went to 1 Loulsvlllo Wednesday Ills friends hero are glad that ho had sufllclenily recovered from his Illness to make ibu tripMilton and Stove Esics of this place are two of in living children of John Estcs and wife of Lancaster aged 7 and 71 respectively All eight of tho sons urn blacksmiths There has been only ono death In the family The buildings at tho Springs aro bo lag repaired and painted and In a few weeks Manager J B Willis will have things looking like they did when that grand old resort was In her palmy save A good crowd of guests Is ox cclcd thlyeor- Tho ticket Is such a strong ono that I dont believe the republicans of the county will put up serious opposition u1Mrr Bobbin that tho democratic ticket an excellent one find a winner beyond doubt There Is no kicking or soreness In this end and there Is no reason why r our two precincts should not give an old Hrao democratic majority KINGSV1LLE The sick aro improvinga 8L Dunlol a Grant for 1500 cash A Mrs Whyland from Bubanki It teaching a music class hero of five o six pupil Tho canning factory will not run thl- a year and lu consequence a larger acre nee of grain will bo planted than uual The continued cold weather consld ertng tho ensue Is Inauspicious fo IlowcrTho hotel was closed a day and n half while Mrs Bottle Pcnnybaoker an daughter MUs Gertrude wuro In Sum erect Tbey havo returned home MUs Annie McKeo asked a class of very small buys What Is the capital of the U Bf and ono of tho brl llttlo follow Immediately anwnre Klngaville that being apparently the most Important placo ho knows of Logan Walls who recently built a comfortable now home has rented U to Phil Delaney and moved with his ily to your city where ho has 1more profitable employment John Green Walls was over from Stanfor- last week W L McCarty went to Frankfort Wcdncsdar and will go thence to Lou Isvlllo and Cincinnati to f buy Sprln gods galore J M McCarty awl returned from tho city Is receiving dally shipments of spring goods G A Walter will go to tho cities soon to purchase spring goods which thoug last will be by no moans least quantity or quality J W Tbompton will replenish his Block of drugs und notionsIA TESTIMONIAL FHOM OLD ENG LAND I consider Chamberlain Cough Rein cdy the bunt In the world for bronchitis r says Sir William Savory of Warrington England It has lavodtny wifes life she having been a a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being mostof the time couflned to her bed Shells now quito well It Is a great Ipleasure to the mat ufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Hem edy to bo able to publish testimonials of of this character They show that great good Is being lone pain and MilTering re lieved and valuable lives restored to q health and happiness by this remedy It is for sale by Craig k Rocker Drug filets SOUTHKHN BAPTIST CONVTlO- Nlsw OKLKANSTLOW rates ono faro tho round trip to Now Orleans and roo turn Is announced by tho Queen Crescent Route for May 7 8 and ac count Baptist convention as abov Tickets will be on ealo ono faro for t round trip Finest trains in South aro at the fiorvlco of Queen Crescent pa crone Ask ticket agents for particu lars Tho Texas oil boom continues Eigh teen charters providing for the dove opulent of tho oil Holds in Beaumont and other counties aggregating a capi tal stock of 85272000 were filed with tho secretary of Stato Wednesday at Austin Tho incorporators are princi pally Eastern and Western magnates fn Georgia 30000000 have boon in vested In cotton mills onethird of which In the last few years 1 ATLANTA Tho Gate City of the South Con tinuing to Forgo to the Front It Is it good deal like Hying to break tact In Atlanta away down in Georgia klm through tho State of Tcnoeeseo tisupperIncluding a buggy ride of 10 miles The last service of the Q ft C and South ern enaDtad mo to do it and Its eplen accommodations made the trip seem somewhat like enjoying the delights of llowery buds of cuie These roads are uxcollunlly managed and their pulltu olllululs do all In their power to pro mote the comfort of their patrons Since I visited Atlanta six years ago during Its exposition It has tuoru than kept pace with tbu rapid ago und con tlnued to grow und expand Many of Its street hate been extended for miles 7and whore forests then stood handsome residences and business houses now up pear The growth of Atlanta seem to bo pretty well Indicated by its sky scrapers When u half scorn or so of years ago the tnagnltlcent Equitable mlldlng was erected It was tbo admi ration and wonder of all tbo Southern country A few years laver the Austoll another olllco building saw the Equlia blue eight and went II one eery moro The Prudential came next with 10 stories The English and American followed with 11 and now the Empire rapidly approaching completion will eclipse them all with lu 14 stories Bullion the hill near the post ofllee ltd towering summit can bo seen for miles around It will hardly be a lieu un data wonder however for some other man or set of moo will soon lay It In the shade In the apparent effort W reach the homo beyond the skies by the only route that scums feasible to average AtUntan who Is too much b orbed In the acquisition of this worlds goods to try to lay up treasures for tho one where neither moth nor dru not through muchemoney making to leek a moro perfect way There are legions of people In the Gate City who aro not andrnarrow way uro striving W show others how much butter It Is to seek irst the Kingdom of Heaven and thus tnedtdmy a pupil I found myself Sunday up against the Imposing Trinity Methodist church where most Interesting Easier services were In progress by the Sunday school attenddants on this occasion was swelled Waver 1000 A full orchestra furnished tho accompaniment for tbo solos and eoqgs by the whole school aptm tied e eeortda the soulstir eelsta success showed earnest painstaking effort on tbo part auperlntondcay t owners editors of ihu Constitution und there aro those mean enough to comment on his rather anomalous position of teach nthnstreet lint u newspaper man never credit for say good thing be duns n foot ho Is considered nynonymouB with sin und his reward If be receives any must come here ftur Ho Is de nied It here One of the greatest attractions ol suburban Atlanta Is Grunt Park nom ed In honor of Its donor who contribu ted 100 acres of valuable land to Li city for park purposes It Is adtalrabl adapted for the display of the land scape gardeners art which has been beautifully brought into action A luke let boating sparkling cascades love Inducing walks Inspiring drives automobiles cages of wild ntlmule birds and other uttranloae including cycloramas of famous battles of the civil war go to make up a most attract ive resort which Is patronized by thou nVo county air and spend a day In innocent enjoy went Ultra religionists kick because Ibo crowds go there Instead of to the churches and listen to the band dis mullh0c at the Master was in earnest when ho said that the Sabbath was made f man and not man for the Sabbath an- do not any them nay Ills a singular tact that newspaper rivalry furnished the most valuable animals for the collection at Grunt Park The Coast lotion contributed n huge elephant Not to be out dono tho Journal gave a pair of largo lions The News not desir leg to be left presented something else and so on Three days could not have spent more pleasantly than those IoJoyed In Atlanta thanks to my brother i Mr T U Walton who planned und executed every scheme possible for my pleasure By the way his Stanford friends and patrons will be glad W know that be Is prospering very grall fytngly In the grocery business und becoming one of tbo bloated landlords by profitable Investments in real cm fate In the parts of town that at the me of their purchase looked like money away W P W LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Royal Victor woo the Tennessee Derby ul MemphistiJohn A Wood of Uurrard sold to J S Parks n pair of work mules for 8240 Garry Hermann the favorite for tbo Kentucky Derby worked a mllo In 144 3G MhogsGlasgow Times 100 bushels clean Southern German thGuvcrW S Fergurson sold 1000 bushels of wheat to Baugbmnn of Lincoln at uo Lancaster Record The Winchester Democrat reports a number of engagements for hogs for future delivery at 61c Ten thousand additional hands will bo needed In June to harvest the crops in Southwestern Kansas and Oklabo maThe Abbott Is matched to taco Bo ralma Thomas W La wsons great trot ter for SaOOoO at Lexington In Octo berJ fi Eubanks weighed up the 01 cattle be sold to Montlo Fox by the head and lound out he got C20J for themAt the combination salo of All Scotch Shorthorn cOLLie at Chicago Suturdajr 40 animals brought an aver ago of 1710 E Renakor A Co shipped two car loads of eggs from Winchester to New York There were 24020 dozen anti were bought ul an average of D- oN II Munelnger of Iowa sold on the Chicago market a carload of grad Herefords averaging 1275 pounds 6c They netted him 81317 each Wo will have our saddle stallion Marlon Squirrel on exhibition at Cra Orchard Saturday April 10 You should tee him J II E H Beazley John S Leo sold to W C Chlldcrs of Grant county 48 acres of laud near South Fork for 500 and bought of LG Gooch 00 acres near Wayncsburg for 8J00 J C Bailey bought ot Louis a sorrel gelding for Blip He Is a One coach horse and with Mr Baileysbbundling should bo sold for money ho cost The Kentuckian says that rood mules sold at 810 to 3175 nt Paris Monday oDd that Fletcher Mann purchased James Magowan of Montgomery pair of mules for 1550 yesterdnyborsell W 1260 cows 81 to t9j 40 acres of knob laud sold at 91 Farming Imple manta sold well The crowd was fairly good M D Elnuoro has a herd of thoroughbred Gentry Black Berkshire hogs Ho sold to W A Trlbble n male hog six months old for 80 and to Monefee Elmoro one for 810 and has other males and females mates to them for sole Two so8 und 11 pigs of earao herd for sate 2t carpdconsolidated Into State averages show a condition of wheat higher than has been noted at this time In the past 10 yenta with the exception of 01 The general average as reported for tho whole bolt Is 055 leYto n Texas party a four months old Pedro bull calf for 810 Those gentlemen visited number of herds before they saw Mr Holds but only boughtthrea of the animal e They complimented his herd very highlyAn crowd attended I t Gi S Shelbys sale Wednesday and tbo total receipts of the day amounted to nearly 10000 Yearling cattle brought cowyr old cattle sheep 8487 horsep 6 lar11lnlrImplementLyon had charge of the dinner whhh was u good ono rrMarion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of linomillin CLlcagdI 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 fur a severe cold at th time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that I bought somo for myself It acted like magic and I began to im prove at once I am now entirely well Iiaa Druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES E C Liar n well of Lebanon is dead of brain toner Robert J Jufer was found dead In bed at isle home In Laurel Frank Adams was killed by falling slate In a mind at Piqovllle D B Miller the great saw mill man Is dead at Valley View aged 70 S P Grant of Daavlllii has been granted a patent for securing bags Thomas McWells was appointed post countyJimary la at Columbia with a mild case of small pox- Lebanon has three cigar factories TennelleyBaldrlck having just op coed the third onevThe High Planing ill Co ls constructing a saw mill duyThebeen run for the past three months bye Q S C Route have been dlscon Den It Smith of St Marys was struck by a fast L d N train near Lebanon and died in an hour from his injuries James M Goodln formerly of Cor bin who killed Conductor Scanlon on tho C it 0 was given ball at 2500 in Lexington Crept B W Llllard of the Danville Company of State Guards has been ape pointed major of the Third Battalion of the Second regiment by an order re ceived from Gov Bcckbam The citizens of Richmond held a meeting and entered a vigorous protest against the removal of Central University to Danville It was decided W take the matter to tbo courts If oec escortJ HUBBLE Walker sold some hogs to Geo Wood for 6c L C King had a cow to go mad a few days ago Adams tc Speaks will move their fetetisheep a few nights ago and killed and crip 20b of Lexington visited relatives hero this week Dr I S Wesley reports James Wilmots child jrcry much hotter Everybody extends sympathy W Mrs Frank Holtzclaw and her two little girls In their bereave moot Tom McBeaih of Somerset lasteThe schoolhouse location seems toe a hard problem for the good people W settle satisfactorily and at the same tlrao all be suited andaccommodated Such lute as are desirable are hard to buy on account of location So it seems Isamay orUCHURCH MATTERS Sunday school will begin at Walnut Flat Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The Baptlsis lead in numbers In Georgia and have over 2000 churches The Methodists are a close second Rev J W Hagins subject Sunday morning will be Sloe of Omission evening What Must I Do to boLost- Itav J M Porters meeting at the Baptist church In Lebanon has re salted In 25 additions ut last accounts The Baptist saints In Harrodsburg arc expecting a great occasion when on the 28th Dr George C Lorimer will dedicate their beautiful now house of worship Tboy are to have a series of sermons by different brethren during the week previous Recorder The Kentuckian says that Rev Car radlnes meeting at Millcrsburg closed Monday Not for years has such a re vival wave swept over the Methodist church there Numbers have been reclaimed converted and sanctified and a large number have joined the church otherUp ot Richmond night Ex Cove Bradley and McCrcury who had been enemies for years mot In the Elks lodge room fell on ono anothers neck kissed burled the meatax and made up The scene was appliuded by the brethren and as no fatted cuff was 0at hand the lodge goal was duly elaugh tered and a feast prepared They are both good Elks and members whom all the boys are very proud to call brother Lancaster Record WALTONS CANDIDACY Editor W P Walton of Stanford is being boost ed manfully by his brother newspapermen of the State in his candidacy for railroad commissioner Mr Walton Is the first man to make his announce meat C U A1cChord it la said le Rf nottWhat most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets flll the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant In eflect For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and iirowsHIGGINS McKINNEY Stanfordr 1 = = WS3 t = = = I A fly brush shooes flies EI We shoe peopleItl j A fly properly shooed never comesFtJ fi UAback ll JJ 1 jThereP J UStopi J pWeI 11Wt IT PAYS TO TRADEAT1 LarEi1Your money back if youre not 8atls edmfl HIRSCH MIll Successors to J L Frohman dr tipV t o 8 oo1 = CodDot tCI t iIt t ec M kb i4 rr J v tI17 e f 11CS f f II WI kfGkNf c iiqIittwt J r 5 tf Carpets sold by sample i Ingrains Brussels Moquetts40 tj Velvets and Axminsters All car IOt4f pets cut to fit the floor You can SI- IIJ fr make it yourself or we can hIIm J1madeI- Ua See Our Samples i 0f r t to ilir c Ii j tjI w 101 4ae t likJe1 1Ciib I4t tII 137711 La tliJr i BOYLE N1JHOLS O L COVER j NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky j We have just received a equippedfor t OUR BEJAJEJAG DEPARTMENT x Uphol6terillg j CountylIurial i LincolnCouoly J T tziNi tNasis utsss A C SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STA1TFOED KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to workmanship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom 1 have builded duringthe 15 years that 1 have been in business here 1 carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough sand Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc 1 will duplicate any prices offered THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Jlepretenlatire M F NORTH for County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM s For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN For AtttMor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON Fur State Senator GEO T FARRIS IF there was a Uncaring doubt In anybodys mind that a conspiracy ex- Isted to remove Gov Goebel by asaast nation participated in by Taylor FIn ley Powers and otbers the testimony of Gov W O Bradley In the trial of Capt Garnett D Rlploy at Frankfort will remove It unless such person would not believe though one arose from the dead After securing a jury easier than was expected only 35 extra names being drawn from the wheel for the purpose the case was stated by Attorney Williams who said he would prove that the day before Goebcl was killed Ripley had official information he would be that he brought a mob of t choice spirits to Frankfort that arms and ammunition were sent to him by Taylor and stored in his own barn and that ho warned his friends to get out of Frankfort on the day fixed for the assassination The testimony of tho sue goons who attended the wounded state man and that of thor telegraph operators wus first Introduced and then can Gov Bradley who swore that prior to the shooting RIplcy bad complained to him that Taylor was not treating him right He said that on the day befor Goebel was shot be went into Taylor office and asked him when be ghoul bring his men here lie said that Taylor responded My God I though that you had brought them Bring them at once Goebel hasnt another day to live Judge Yoat was preset when this conversation was bad Tbe governor further said that Ripley told him be met Youtsey coming out of Tay lors office When ho went In Asked he knew anything else in regard to the contemplated killing the governor said that one day during the contest be and Yost were standing on the street when C E Nason or other man came up and said that a party of moo close by were waiting to kill Goebel as be came from the building I said that such a dastardly step would not be taken for I will go up to the Senate chamber and Inform Senator Goebel and will come down with him I told them It wouli ruin our case I sent for Charles Fin r ley and Wm Culton and while await Ing them I saw Wharton Golden I told him to go quickly and tell Finley- to come to me Be did so and Flnlei and Culton came Both assured me that Goebel should not be hurt Flnle said Governor It Is all a fake N such thing Is intended Golden also said this Knowing that such damn log evidence could be brought out against them Is it a wonder that Taylor and Flnley got their carcasses out of danger Can any honest man believe them guiltless and that they are the victims of persecution by the democratic party This corroborating evidence of that already given and the circumstances surrounding the affair make it as etong 03 proof of Holy Writ that these men conspired to and had executed the foulest crime of the century They should all be hanged as high as Haman and justice will not be satisfied until the last one of the cowardly conspirators dangles at the end of a rope Miss ELVIRA SYDNOU MILLER the editor of the Tattler column In the Louisville Times has been appointed passenger agent of the Texas road In Louisville and has accepted The business will not interfere with the pro ductlon of her column which Is one of the most entertaining of the always In teresting Louisville Times One of Miss Millers new duties will be to pass the perfesh and eho will doubt less do it to the queens taste and the impecunious editors delight SENATOR JOHN W DANIEL was unanimously nominated by the demo crats of Lynchburg Va to represent them In the constitutional convention The character of men so far selected Insures ono of the ablest bodies of statesmen that have gathered in the Old Dominion since the days of Patrick Henry and of JclTeison DKUOK the unspeakable says the- republicans have a most excellent show to carry Lincoln Garrard and Boyle The misfit Senator seems to be about as ignorant about politics as be IB about grammar SINCE Gov Bradley sensatIonal evidence which completely corroborates the confessed conspirators Wbar ton Golden W H Culton and Hobert Nooks the assassination organs which have characterized them as perjurers and bestowed every epithet on them possible are singing mighty low und the most bitter partisans are bavlnl their eyes opened to the realstate of attaiN tbat existed at Frankfort prior to the assassination The true state of affairs during the awful period that Taylor acted as governor is slowly but surely being revealed and justice tho long delayed will yet be meted out to the lends who banded and oonfeden cd together to kill a man the latebetsl of whoso shoes they were unworthy to unloose Patience and shuffle the cards The light Is breaking and the law Is sure of vindication CLARENCE E WOODS has acceptcd the call of many voters to become a candidate for mayor of Richmond and in a manly and well written card In the Climax shows his full appreciation 01 the meaning of the words Public office Is a public trut His election is assured If merit and devotion to duty count as they should TilE noted trust lawyer Philander C Knox Is now attorney general and If the trusts want anything they bavnt jot now Is the time to make It know McKinley Is trying to prove to his sa vlors that republicans are not ungrateful if republics arc IN an Interview at Indianapolis Taylor says he never told Ripley that Goe bel would be killed in 24 hours Of ourso A man guilty of such a crime Is Taylor has been proven to be w1l1 lle and Taylor doesnt seem to hesitate at anything His friends will be glad to know tbat rlnco Francois Edmond Joseph G irlolVlt de Oatzfeldt Wlldenbour onlnlaw of the late C P Huntlngto arrived on the steamship Scrvla Tuesday and that he brought most of hla name with him IT Is said that Gov Beckham wlil son mako a requisition on Gov Du bin for Taylor and Finley which It Is bought will be honored lnie tho tronc evidence against them by Gov Jradlsy Tile Louisville Post tearfully asks are the republicans of Kentucky capable of self government Nay pickle nor of existing bill for the Federal pap Ask us a harder one POLITICAL James S Darnell was nominated by tbe democrats for mayor of Frankfor Republicans of Bell county nominated a Negro for constable but they will sea that he is not elected Paul Kruger will sail for America May 31 and will lecture in Tammany gall In June as the guest of the demo ratio party Representatives Foust and William of the Tennessee Legislature entertained the rest of the members by a fist fi gbt in the House Gov Beckham has appointed Hon J Proctor Knott a delegate to the Na tlonal Civic Confederation to be held In Buffalo in May ShelbyIvllle01 his district has announced his candidacy to succeed Judge William Car rollTbe magnificent equestrian statue to- Gen John A Logan was unveiled at Washington Tuesday President Mc Klnloy and Senator Depew were the orators of the occasion John M Meloan has resigned his place in the auditors office to go Into- the newspaper business at Paducab R H Gayle a brother of the Congress man will succeed him Tbd cabinet decided that the army In- tbo Philippines will be maintained at 60000 men The present Cuban policy w1l1 be maintained and the withdrawal of a large proportion of the troops tbere Is not contemplated- In the dempcratlc primary in Caldwell county W O Cantrell and W W Mitchell candidates for jailer got th3- same number of votes and another prl- mary will likely be hold to settle the question as to who Is the nominee rn the republican primary in Russell county the following nominations were made S A Gann judge A H Baugh clerk Lllburn Phelps attorney T T- Sullivan sheriff A H Holt jailer L H Buster assessor T S Isbell superintendent J A Morrison repreunta tive NEWS NOTES oulsvillod postolllco receipts for tbe- year ending March 31 were 8503070 Judge Yost fully corroborated Gov- Bradley in his testimony in the Ripley caseThe famous Okefenokoe swamp In- Georlrla was sold to a Michigan firm for 8175000 A Now York girl killed herself when convinced that nobody would ask her to be his wife rhe Mongol Box Company of Louis- vllle will build a woodenwaro factory to cost 100000 Bra Saloonsmasber Nation says she- wl11Bue the city of Topeka Kansas for- some of her hatchets which are now In possession of the police department Julius Meyers Sons big dry Ioodll store at Richmond Va was desJroyed by fire causing a loss of 8150000 The dry goods trust with a capital of 8100000000 Is assured Cincinnati- to Is bo ono of the distributing points Dr William Jay Youmans for many years editor of the Popular Science Monthly died in Mt Vernon N Y At Indlanola Iowa Mrs tolurluret Hossack was sentenced to life Imprls onmen for the murder of her husband C F Brower l Co the Lexington furniture dealers have bought t property In which they do business for 50700 Charles Cook found guilty of running a crap game at Louisville wall given two years in the penitentiary nnd fined tSOXf Estimates at Washington show tba 50000Fllipinos have been killed since the rebellion In those Islands started by Agulnaldo Pikes Peak is burled under from two to 10 feet of snow and trains are iIDOW bound at many points Mining operations are suspended The Big Four and ChesapeaKe Oalo have decided to expend oOOOO In qnlarglng and Improving their tel tnlnals at Louhvlllo C P Saunders a railroad engine was assaulted robbed and thrown Into the river at AsblanJ He was re8cutd but Is seriously injured- W B Carrow who committed sui cldo at Indianapolis left u note aylnl Tell Carrie Nation that rum and cigarettes are a damnation The Louisville council has declarcd Derby day April 20 a half holiday It is also proposed tout the Infield be made free as was the custom formerly The president will ktarton his Southern and Western trip on the mornli of April 29 A stay of slx hours will be made In Memphis on the followl dayFire at Henderson dostoyoJ the tobacco stemmery of the Gallaher LIm- Ited Company with 000 hogsheads of tobacco a grocery and two small resl aonce8Aacuton the stock exchange was Iold Tuesday for 850000 the blghc t price on record There are 1100 memo bars of the exchange and at this lahut Quotation their seats are worth SO3Si 000A movement to endow Kentucky Uoi varsity for 81000000 has just buen augurated Wealthy members of the Christian denomination are to be asked to Insure tboir lives in favor of the University The decision of the supreme court In the Chattanooga freight rate cue sustains the railroads In cbargli ilgber proportionate freight ratol4 rom the East than to Nashville Knd ether cities Henry H Faxon the millionaire COli table and temperance advocate ybo aade his first money in the saloon but tees distributed through the mall 2J 100 checks to as many clergymen of Quincy Mass Easter The anniversary of tho surrender or ion Lee was celebrated by tno Ham ton Club at Chicago with an elaborate banquet Bishop Dudley of Kentuck vas the principal speaker and his ub act was the beloved leader of the Confederate armies- Temporarily crazed by reading porno motional literature Henry Devon u20d 20 years cut the throat of Berth levore his 19year old bride of two tombs a Louisville After killing bls wife he cut his own throat and died almost Instantly- Bishop Henry M Turner of the African Methodist church who has been inducting services among the Negro lurches at Macon Ga openly advocates the banishment of Negro criminals He thinks the U S government lould send them to Africa- MATRIMONIAL Jacob Atwood has filed a plea for divorce at Des Moines Ia on the round that bo married his niece without knowing It At Bowling Green Anna L Smith filed suit for a divorce against the Rev J T Smith a Methodist minister larglng him with drunkenness and Inhuman treatment Mrs B F Walls a scboo teacber who a year ago married a prominent Bourbon county man many years her senior filed suit for dlvorco and 15000 alimony John C Huddleston of HInton W- a has sued Mrs Selby F Bonbam 01 Huntington W Va for 810000 dam alpiI alleged to have been sustained by- breach of promise to marry him- At the wedding of his son Evcrarc J Calthrop to Miss May RawllnsRov Dr Samuel J Caltbrop a noted Unl tarlan divine at N Y and- pastor of the May Memorial Church acted as best man FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CiplUl Stock 150000 Surplni 10000 his Initltutlon originally c9Ubll hc M the Ds poelt Bank or IIlanror In 1858 then reorganized the Nation Dank ofSUnlord In IBM mnJagaii eorgaoled u the First National Uank of StanCorc n IS82 baa had practically uninterrupted edt etor 41 years It li hotter supplied now with 1ac1l1ttea for transacting builne promptly and i llylhanerer before In Ito tong and bonoiabi caner Accounts ol Individuals floluclarl- and t IndhldllailiollcitednIRCTOIt F Reid Lincoln Co J W Hayden SUnfui S T Uarrli 81I Baujhman J SUocker TP Ulll- WP Walton t W A Tribble J II ColllerCrab Orcbd Ji Robinson Hubble DElmore Stanford f orriciai J 8 Rater President J J McRobtrU Cuhlr I I 1 Carpets Mattings 1 Oil Clothes 1 f SI I Ladies Muslin Underwear i 15do7cn corset rovers worth 25c liS ionsas this lot will last lOc covers and drawers trlinmet with laces and embroideries worth SOc our price 2oc Corset covers and gowns elegantly trimmed worth 76c at 39o UnilerhklrlH gowns and drawers must be seen to lip proclnte tho great value nt 58c Underskirts gowns tirade of extra fine Sea Island cambric trimmed with fine laces and embroiJcrlrx the goods alone will cost you double the money come and see- these fine garments nt We nntl 08c DomesticsL- ook at those prirc carefully then come ns eirly as you CMI na these goods will go fast at these low prices 250 pifcfsof good calico light and dark patterns tlo same KOIMS cost 5 and 0 cents in other store our llcllllllflceI- Il1rln this aaleonlv 31c Hoosier cotton full ynl wldo4o line of yard wide pcronlc worth lOc and 12c per yard for closing out sale only 6c Towels 10 dozen 13x39 chock linen towel woilh Ite at 1ancy Iiordur linen towels UxtT worth lie nt Fancy x border linen towolt 1ex991a- Fanev border linen fringed Null worth 2SC at lie Allllnln blue l irdoral towels Wiil tee White linen fringed towol 4lxtl worth Sac at2lc- 10Inch linen crash per ynril only CIA tux cloaks and capo loft over will close them out at last than rot TIIE NOTKl BOWMAN MILLS FOR SALE On Bowman Mill Pike mr the tiling of South Klkhorn 0 tnllw from Loxlngto Iliirrrxlsbure pike Largo 3stcry tole building Wheat corn mill Storm lid water power Comfortable dwelling Waco scales 3 acres land Now Tho demand for iu products when properly run taxes IU full capacity Meal has reputation of beet In the 1rlco only 81315- which Is lose than value of machinery Own er wants money Come to get It J E DEUirSOX Agu Lexington icy SWEET WILLIAM This fine mule jack will mil ko tho present season at S7 to Insurb a Living Colt Sweet William Is 13 1 hands Vlre by Stlgalls Prince 1st dam by Stlcall Ready 3d dam by Ktlgall Blackhawk Our punt experience as mule denier war rant us In saying that no fetter mule last will bo for public service Hun tllll one as hU colts wi K I WOOO3 t EONS Stanford The nile Mule Jennet Ja- ckBlack Cloud Will make the span of at lonnrnI 3 wiles from Danville on the turcplkr all to Iniure a IMag roll Money Out when roll rose or ware li with ami a Ilan reialnftl on roll uuttleaon lIIon011 pall lie Is a with white point fits year old 15 a blacklark Slrol by Tom Kr nr lit tram by Imp lalen Id dun by Heck br Col IfandyIr ltl dam Hrek by black Saniiwon Col by Jim Porter Black Cloud li one of the finest brredlog lacks In the rounlr1II T lit sir EAGLE BIRD PADDLE arc LLION Eagle Bird Is a seal brown 16 hand high heavy mane and tall Sired by tho Orea KINO EAdie winner of 40 Illuo Tics Eagle lllrd west only shown unit season and won 10 or 12 blue tipi See him before booking your mares He will make the present season at Thou L Ilauplunnna place miles from Danvlllo on tho Lances ter pike jwAt 10 To Insure a Live Colt Will also stand a first cluss Mnre JACK at 57 to Insure JOIN 8 HAUOIIMAN Danville Ky JUMBO I will make tho season with my flno Jack Jumbo Will servo mares or jeiinetnat lu Insure u living colt ECEHO Hero Is a Ono mule Jack Will servo mares at S3 to Insure u living colt DoJ3oo My One young jack Dellocy will servo a tow mares free of charge Seasons duo when mares aro sold or parted with Pasture for Jennets t2 per mouth I will not bo responsible for accident should toy occurB B KING Moroland It is as Important to Know How to Spend Money as to Know How to Earn It Shoes 10 Boron ladles nno turn aolo shout Tho shoes WHO manufactured to retail at from 8150 to U closing out price Me unit ace Fancy Socks 5c Regular 15o mens fancy Micks go in tills sale ill fiet KY ridiculously Summer Dress Goods SLAUOHTKU SALE CO pieces of colored Lawns and Dlml tics guaranteed to bo lOo tialily will go In this tilde at 6tf All 15o lawns dlmltlf and organdies go at 7jc nil 20o qunlily reduced in lOc all higher priced lawns and illmitlei re ducal to half price All white goods such M India linen Swljiei piques ore will be offered in this sale at about half price Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Rio Gloves all sites anti colors worth from tl 50 to fJ your choice nt Oils 160 pairs ladies kid gloves worth from f1 to 112 to oloso out it only 40 cents Ladles dont inl s tho greatest kid glove bargain of Iho 30th century Table Linens K NAPKINS AND TOms Fine while imported Itlnh Tablu Linen 00 Inohrst able lu a number of b lloral pittorna worth 60c per yard our price 36c and white and blue nod while table linen guaranteed fast colors well wntlh GOo per yard at only SCo Napkins nt almost half price lIgro auction in all kinds of cotton linen towels Lace Curtains 49c Full 3 yds long extra good value for fl during this groan salt at One Stylish Oxfords Queen Qunlity Oxfords are the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They are also exceedingly hand some 250Look for TRADE MARK stamped on sole tu 5rtrarlr LadiAsC And Misses TRIMMED HATS Sailors Walking Ha- tsr0 If The lStorehSTANFORD TUFRGflELT LLOvMltMjr 001 LE nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Great Clothing Sale I It takes very little money to buy u suit of doilies or n pair odd jiants nttTlio Ixtiivillc Stare Owing to fact thnt we want to do o out ns to grentlyunderroll nil CII1blctfoiii tititnn Our clotliing strictly Custom made nnd no the trams that our priwei fire low If you would only roinc and tnto thoro growls yon would IK convinoexl that The Iniisville Store is tho chcaHet f store in StanfonlS- OU jmirn molls end boys cotton worsted punts worth 81 reduced to 49c boyseltuviot worsted andvassinlero kneu Smuts mads to sell at COc our ftlnughtor jirico 2fic- IRQ mens Gnu suits niado to at 810 wo hove 12 different colons oIltselect from at IOV 75 iMiyg suits rcjulir 82 1IIUt redtieed to 08o- Mens very flue cn foul made eiilto at SOflli 750 mud 075 worth double tip price we ask Sale of DresslShirtsL76 dozen turns fins dress eight different styles to select from worth from f 1to124 all In this great sale at 400 t 10 dozen noKllgce shirts regular GOa and 75c quality reduced to ate Hens work shirts light anti dark cab- era at l e24c alb anti So worth iloutilo the money Mens ply linen collars regular J6c quality rr lurpd for this gigs t sate to 50 =Have YUlleOCII tlionew t Queen Quality Leathers Or Our New Ideal Patent Kids The most beautiful leather for these shoes for women eves eh- ownBrilliant Softl1 t Easy Queen Quality Shoes for Women furnish n rare combination Absolute Rae Fashionable KIcgHtice and Splendid Service See our new Strap Slippers and Oxfords Wu have shoos to and guarantee the qualities to bo the very best Call and sea new stylos s Cummins MoClary h What Do You Think l Of our new waylof setting the pace In former days we used a knife to cut prices square 4 J4 Now We Use A Cannon Setting tho price to priceWe r Furniture Wall Paper MattingyrCarpets Picture In Central Kentucky and make one price that sells them to people who are Informed W W Withers Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u STANFOIU KY Aritii 12 1001 QUit prescription work la unsurpass tcnnysDrug PERSONALS MHB MAUTIIA SKVHKANCK Iv In Louisville Mil A T NUNNKLLEY la with his parent here Miss LAUHA JAIIHOU ie vUltlnit the MUsca Healoy 1MitR K II UKAXIKY will return from Tuylorsvlllo toduy HoiiKUT IlAlimNu KSQ of Danville was hero on legal buIacoii Wednes t dayWILt XOAKH of Kast Liverpool 0 was the guest of his stator Mra J lIt Wren MKHUAMKSP G AND W WAIt NEil of Qarrnrd wore with Mra J W IerrlnMits W C 1lllOB of Danvlife was the guest yesterday of Mrs George C Keller Miss JANIK mANU leaves today to vlilt friends In Lexington and Win chester 4S P STAOO wits called to Shelby county to sew R K Tribble who is QuIte tick W II HAYS Is laid up with a pralo f ed ankle gotten while lighting flro ut Pink Cottage its LucY ST CLAm returned Tues from a protracted visit to relatives fday MAitaAiiirr Ga Wriin of Gar Walker was tho guest of her cousin Wal Missus DAISY HARMAN and Kato t Wllllami of Doyle wore guests or MIt Stella Uuploy Mit L D HKYNOLUS wont to Louie vlllo Wednesday to enter the Bryant SStratton Uiulncts College MIL Ai C SINN la In Hockcaotlo t looking after omo timbered lands belonging to tbo Forest National Bank Mil H H MAHONY was down In Ca toy Wednesday adjusting n loci by flro of John A Lawhorn not far from Yo ttmlta LMns JosiUA DUNK of Ilrodhcad t Hello Honderuon of Paint Llok were guests of Mrs Dr W OHSDOOD t Mils UKITIK NBVICS who hm loon m has ufllolently recovered to vUii her daughter Mr Llulo Dllllon at r eLancaster THE beautiful Mtts Tovls Carpenter- of Stanford will arrive tomorrow to visit Mlle ChrUUne Hradloy Lancm t Mr Record Mil AND bins W II WHAIIKN will emend Monday In Lexington the guest of his mother and take In the Jefferson performance GHOHCIK D UOHINBON and wife of Lancaster will move to tho McKinney farm In tbo Welt End recently pur based by him Miss POLLY THAYLOH will ropre eent Stanford In Hoaley A Monofcoe olocutlonery content at Walton Opera HOUHO In Juno- ClnnNoi PoLHB G T HKLM and Sheriff George Coulter of Doyle were horo yesterday looking for tbo Negro Itoubcn Quinn who killed Olllcer Crum in Dunvlllo Wednesday night t Wt are glad to nnnounco that Mr Thomas N Roberts who has been In Catlettsburg will return to Danvlllo and resume his old position with the Danvlllo Dry Goods Company News Mil A A WAHRBN who wasattend log the State meeting of tho Knights of Honor In Louisville was made Grand Guardian an honor worthily bestowed Tbo meeting was a most profitable one CAIIIIKLL Woous of this olllce who has for years had a desire to join thes army left a few days since for Dan vllle wnero a recruiting olllcor was and enllstcil Hu is now at Fort Thom iu where ho Is being trained for ser vice Mr Woods was fast becoming a good printer and wo were sorry to lost t him from our force A IIUSINKSS letter from W lIt Furr at Flat Woods Garrard county winds up us follows Thanks for continuing my paper alter my time la up I did not see you last county court day 01 course you know I cant do without the INTERIOR JOURNAL and claim to bo a 4 truo democrat Dope tbo I J will live as long as tho democratic party 54e Mn AND MRS W P WALTON will chaperono tho following party to the l 7r Joo Jefferson entertainment at Lexing ton Mrs II J McRoberts Mrs W II Shanks Mrs M J Harris Misses Edrnlston Kato and Pattle Alcorn Doll and Cooper Poland Sarah Daughman Mattlo and Salllo Elkin Lucille Coop er Kmraa Owsloy Dolllo McHoborts and Messrs Leslie Bosley John S Baughtnan Kindrlek Alcorn and A M Poland Jr Since the above was put in typo Mrs J S Owsloy Jr Mrs John B Foster Mrs Gusslo Phillips Miss Pearl Faulk ner W S Embry and ladles S W r Mcnofeo and lady have Joined the par ty which will leavo Stanford at 11 M Monday moat of theta remaining In Lexington till the next day LOCALS FANCY Quoonswaro at cost for cash G H Farris Co I THERE will bo a free locturo at Mt Xenla next Sunday at 3 i1 M PIt BlIlJeh today W H Brady SlitlNO line of Jaralnlerres rare Ini Cull and see them G II Farris Co GARDI N Seeds Onion Sets and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren St Shanks e WILL sell all our cheap hay In 10 or 15 days So come quick J IL Baugh man t Co AlliiL 20 Mrs Cecelia Kpploghous cn Halley at Waltons Opera House In a festival of song e Tim Canton Disc Harrow for dura bility good work and light draft For solo by George El Farris r Co IT was 30 years ago Tuesday since Gen Leo surrendered his starved and worn out army to Gen Grant under the famous ripple tree at Appomattox e HKMKMIIKH the horeo show at pus tonvlllo tomorrow Saturday after noon Snnia One specimens of the equine family will bo exhibited and as usual a good crowd will be there to see them e SlIIAJrOxMr Henry Blanken ship who was hero from Preachers vlllo yesterday told us that Jas Mill er living near his town had the small pox but ho didnt know what doctor bad pronounced It so e RKKUHKU TO PIIOIIATK Judge Jas P Danny refuted to probato the will of tho late Mrs Eliza Dawson Tuesday and the caso will likely go to the cir cult court Iho will left her real prop arty to Misses Wllllo V Bee lo and Ilulllo Duweon daughters of W L Dawson and her personal property tu her lone W 4Matthew B Frank and Armp Dawnon aid tho lattor tbreo sought to break It WIIKIIK Is UK J F Moslor whose postollleu is Rowland would like to know the whereabouts of his sun Jas Herring Mosler who left his homo July HI The boy li 17 years old light complexioned with heavy eyo brows and a big cowlick in his forehead Ho weighs about 150 pounds is about 5i foot tall an da healthy looking follow Any Information leading to his where abouts will be thankfully received PIm COTTAGE fUttKuPink Cot tugo noted as once the home of Rev George O Barnes and the faith cure burned Wednesday morning together with a great deal of lu contents It Woe owned and occupied by Mr Joslab K Farrls and family and was one or the prettiest homes around Stanford It was elegantly furnished and what fur niture was saved was considerably dam ageda1 purk set lire to tho roof and whllo the building burned slowly there was not enough help nor lighting appa ratus to save It News reached town a few minutes after the blaze was seen but the fire company and others be llevlng the house would bo In ashes before they could reach It thought It useless to go to the scene The smoke house u well built structure caught and was alto consumed but tbo meat and other things In It were gotten out Tho loss Is close to 4000 with 2000 Insurance won of which Is with the Phcnlx Mr George C Keller of this olllco sustained a lose of SIOO or more In furniture clothing Ac which bo had not moved to town While tires ore generally regretted this one Is par ticularly so for as stated above the place was a noted ono There is hardly u child In tho State who has not beard of Pink Cottage while friends of Mr Barnes all over the world knew of the place A number of valuable paintings and pictures brle a brae and tbo like were among the things that went up In the smoko 4 POLICBMAN KILLKD Policeman Julio Crum was killed In a blind ti get at Danvlllo kept by Reuben Quinn Wednesday night and while there woro no eye witnesses to the kill log It Is almost certain that Qulnn who lied did It The policeman had follow ed two white boys to the place and sus muting that they were after whisky wont in The boys ned and a struggle ensued betwoen the Negro and the olllcor Several shots wcro fired and when bystanders entered a few minutes later the bravo olllcor was gasping bU last breath Ho never spoke a word and no ono was In tbo room Crum was found to bo shot In tho right side and stabbed just above the heart The dead man had made a hard fight against the keepers ofIIbllnd tigers and it is believed that it was tbo gun eral desire qf tho dlvo keepers to got him out of the way Only a few months ago ho concealed himself In a house where whisky was sold and made a wholesale arrest Mr Crum was a One oniccr and a good citizen and his mur der has cast a gloom over tho people of Little Britain A wife and 10 children survive Sheriff Coulter and Chief of Police G T Holm of Danville assisted by Marshal R G Jones and Deputy Sheriff Cabboll Owens of this place made u thorough search of Stanford and surrounding country for the negro Quinn who Bud Holdcman and J W Watson think they saw walking on tho railroad yesterday morning but were unable to locate him Feeling Is high against him In Danvlllo and bo will moro than likely bo roughly dealt with If ho Is caught Gov Beck bum offered 8JOO reward for QuInn and Danvlllo citizens will add 8100 or so to it Fiu sit homemade candles ofallkinds at J lIt Meiers NKIV line of Spring Oxfords just ro celved at Cummins bMcClarys HAY corn oats and all kinds of feed Cheap for 10 days only J U Baugb man Co HAYWill sell hay at 30 40 60 65 sad CUc per 100 pounds for 10 days J lIt Baughman St Co e Mounts FKED proprietor of the Farmers Roller Mills hero has opened an oxchangn In Danville with lItPatterson manager THE commencement exercises of tbo Stanford Colored Hlirb School will OCt cur at tho Opera House tonight A small admission fee Rill bo charged and seats reserved for white people ClIAItOEl WITH FOIIOEIIY Alfred Jones colored was placed In fall yet terday charge with forging J T HackleyV name to a check for 810 Ho first attempted to pass It at tho Racket Store and failed and then tried to sell It to various parties SINI1Lt TONHardln Slnglclonaged about 80 and father of H U Singleton the wellknown saw mill man of tho Wayne burl section died Monday of white swelling and other troubles and was butted at Double Springs Ccmclc ry Tuesday by the Masons of which order ho was a respected member A wife and three children survive the good old man THE Central Kentucky Medical As oolatlon Dr Steele Bally of this place secretary will meet at the Gllch or Hotel In Danville Thursday next 18th ut 1030 A1 Tho debate will be opened by Dr lIt Plummer of Harodc burg on It Broncbltli Acute and Capil lary Diagnosis Symptoms and Treatment Several volunteers have been booked Including Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford on Appendicitis1 INVESTMENT NEWS Tho American Investment Co at Lexington Ky sues a contract with guaranteed divi lends at specified dates and also sets a time for payments on Us certificates to cease Investors can thus know poet Lively when lo expect dividends on cer tlficates and when certificates willma ture as well as the total cost of carry log certificates to maturity This con tract has been recently approved by tho U S postofllco authorities and en dorsed by the best financial and legal authorities Tho American has already 1105000 reserve and surplus and Mr J R Price Its agent Informs us lhatjtbo company is handling about 90000 per month MACCAIIEBS The biennial conven tion of the Knights of Maccabees was held In Louisville Tuesday M F El kin deputy supreme commander call ed It to order and delivered an address showing that the State membership had grown from 550 In 1805 to 2600 at proienl Tho order Is second In numbers of tho fraternal beneficent societies hav ing u National membership of nearly half a million Until there Is a mem bership of 2600 no State Is entitled to elect olllccrs so this Is the first time O1lcJrllIservo during the session by Mr ElkIn who named K J Tanner of McKinney for record keeper H J Perry of Dan yule for master at arms Jacob Joseph of Lancaster for second master of guard nnd W J Hanna of Harrods burg for picket A banquet was giv en tbo knights at Scotlsh Rlto Catbo dral at which Mr Elkin responded to a toast He alto had the honor of hav ing his picture printed In tho Times and Courier Journal Mr Elkin was elected Stato commander for two years E J Tanner record keeper E Cosby of Junction City sergeant Harry Kllon of Nlcholasvlllo sentinel and Jacob Joseph picket G D Hopper served on tho committee of order of business and J A Carpenter on printing OIL NOTlt3Tho 1 J Is Indebted to Editor Campbell of the Somerset Journal for advance proofs of his 11011 Notes from which wo gather that tbo luto sensational strike of oil of supe riot quality and apparently In phenom omit quantity by the Somerset 011 Company on Carpenters Fork Wayne county near Sunnybrook has given a lively Impetus to the oil industry In the entire Southern Kentucky and Northern Tennessee field Tno Bobs Bar in tho Southwestern extremity of the Kentucky and Tennessee belt is a steady pumper at 300 feet and has al ready yielded 00000 barrels of excel lent oil The Carpenters Fork 011 L Gas Company has been Incorporated with 825000 capital Prominent C S ofllclals bold tbo most of the stock On Monday last the now Sunnybrook well had filled two 230barrol tanks without any sort of pumping appurtenances By the tlmo this paper Is read the pipe connections with tho main line will have been mado and oil from tho phe nomenal Sunnybrook well will be flow Ing Into tho reservoirs at Somerset The product of this well under test of gravity reaches 300 comparison with any former test of Kentucky oils about 33 Is tbo usual and nono bavo hereto leImoo will make a note ol It Will Cordler found two of his sheep dead In tho pasture and while ho didnt see dOle on tbem Is satisfied that they killed them Youit property may burn next See Jesse D Wearen and Insure It before It Is too lato Ho represents the best companies In the country OGDENSBURG8787 MambrlnoIntclienseason nt my farm at 10 to Insure a Living Colt plntIIlIvantogepfWill nleo stand a fine Jack at s to Inturo youbreedStanford Ky GALTON 1291O iambetlalVllkea219 lilttlnt217 and Aleilu 218 tir Enfield tire 011 In 230 snd the dams of Win 2111 or Iwtter1 Second dun Q2IPLewonadethe 11 Third dam by Old Joe sire of the darn of duahlenMood of four leading families Wllke llambleto AmericanStarIn the show rings Ills colts are fut and fine hlghllltrlandhaveoverall other One uf hit colls woo a 875 ieenstake and a tll prmlulII and arulher beat the Qsfursold for you In the 1llIllb Oallon has proren thentanIslfore breeding Will stand at my miles west of Huttonrllle on liradlordtvllle pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt W DOW Huttonrille Ky DIGNITY DARE InrhrahllbIwlnts I In form 11OIlnl that wonderful IwllyhhAsa show hors he hat already made a leputaUoi yerUnorhe took 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness he very tyllth with great action and li qulte ipeedy loth publIeservlceof the coming young stallion of the day at a price within reach of all siring a rises of colts whrh matured that readily on nur Kisurn pfrIat1lIlflRSF8Ir by the famous Chester Dare No NX lllt hebylllark Snulrrel M he byNand he by Rare Horse Demnirk S by Ira carted lledgeford lot l am Ilnle by Welchmont No IL he by William Welch art he by Uysdiks Himbletonlan Welchmonla byAWaUbdam Thoroughbred Will nuke the season of at Lawn Mere Stock Farm miles West of Iluitonrllle Ky on llradfordivllle A tluitoorllle poke LlvlngColtIrmoney bennies luet time of such transsctlon Mares from adlataceke tar2permouthitatIng bill uiutt remoral of mares Mam Intruded willrecelre my pcnnnal attrntoa but I am not roimnnblo for anldents or escaple C O CAUlENTKIt PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction In Junction City Ky on Saturday April I3lh 1001 at a m harp for the purpose of winding up a partnership One Car Load of Buggies Those lire all firstclusj all leather ve hicles brand now and will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder for cash O aiLLIIAND 1elngton Ky McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKixmey Ky Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Ilour Meal Shlpstuir Ilran Chick Iced fie PrIces very reasonable Cus KennedyFOX SLIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and for aale ut all time W Logan Wood Manager THE Queen CrescentRoute and Its connecting I lines to the PanAmericanExposition BUFFALO May lat to Nov tat 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will lx announced later Tho ran American the greatest American Expos ition slnco the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful dlfpUjr special features dazzling Midway NIAGARAOnly mlnules FALLS fromEpoeluea Grounds Free Recllning Chain wOw a aoo so- hIoa a 1Ypn- N raid Ito uobLt1utlaaaag- tP w 5 neauML WALL PiiD11PM LO J A K tanllthe cheapest to the most expensive thing made We have the paper pricesWe Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass l And PAINTERS SUPPLIES at Lowest Market Price Respectfully i A L GIBBONS DanvillefMAIN STREET W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand At Lowest Prices Carpets r Carpets PatternsWilton Velvets Tapestry Brussels English Brussels And Extra Super All wool Ingrains If you need a carpet we will make you a very closo price on one lower we think than you can buy elsewhere Al any rate we solicit your Inspection of these goods Get Our Prices And We Will Leave The Rest To Your Judgment fSTCarpets cot and made to fit the room If you wUhtBs John P Jones 3 fWfim v6 4T4f v4i bmbFi4SeB1 1 WE STAND BEHIND 1 personalguarantee Iment Useless to menton kinds and styles Wo andlIthe Zeigler HighGuade Shoes for women and chil i 9 Ii liarII I f t I I J j i3J t tQft I lQ Sz o1 1 r tXntDI1Ir I W J I IW TJ wJ You Mre Invitedicsxmm Tl To call Monday next County Court Day and see our Large and Well Selected Stock of ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES Irfi f See Our New and Stylish Rigs 2 We have our own RUBBER TIRE PLANT j Write for Prices Farm Implements= r Of Every Description Set Up and Started bya competent man j Bruce Bright Danville Stanford Female College STANFORD KY Thorough courses In Literature Science Music Art and Elocution Excellent Boarding Department Write for Catalogue to MRS NAMNIE S SAUFLEY Pres fTHE JNTRJUOR JOURNAL abltsehaaTuuaay And rtavw e1 PER YEAR CASH When not sopaldBSOO will Uchtrc d Entered h the pottofflce at Stanford as eeondclnu matter rOB SAM Two hundred and fifty bales pure timothy hay None better 8 CAKPFNTEU IIusto- nvillePRUITTBROS MOHELAND KY Furniture And Undertaking TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i We crcby state that the Dlso Plow sold by n 8 Carpenter Is Just as far superior to the Oliver as the Peering Is superior to the cradle W G OOWAN J 8 OOODE S M OWENS A 8 PRICE Sturgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflMOT McRoberta Drug Store in tbe Owile Building NEW LIVERY STABLE- ss W DUBEE J sm Prone JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates- 9pecIal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale J H WARD CO NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable llrucea Old Stand Depot bt Stanford Nevaud stylUh Turnouts llttes reasonable Special attention to traveling salesmen Bones ought and aold on commlulon Single feeds Hitches 10e No hitches on public day Hopi attention glen all tock left at our stable Phone ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured 1IyJ W Adams Co Paint Lick Iy Is a guaranteed sure cure for horsos and mules afUlcted with Fistula Fallovll Swlnney Scratches Saddle Dolls nard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper c For sale by W R McRob erts druggist Stanford M K Humphrey Liberty 0 M Thompson KlngsTllle A K Caldwell Dunn Bros Dry- DtllvUle F RComptonMllledgevllfe Clareney Farmers Roller Mills STANFOSD ST MORRIS FRED PHOPBUTOK I desire to announce to the public that am ready to do any and all kinds of grind log ant that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Meal Shipstuff I Chicken Foods Etc lowest and I solicit aAt the very share or your pltroougt proml lng to give you the best forget me but bear lu mind always t- JCMCGUMY h I nee Pror your patronage w- I UlTDESTAKEE Manufacturorand Dealcarln HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky Drs Slavin PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In lUDfllln JlnndiTi Wednesdays and Friday Will be In Stanford TuexUfi ThurtJiyi and Saturday Omce In the Iennlngton Building Stanford Of Ice Noun 9 to x1 tq r wOSTEOPATHY This Science orlglnttod and developed by Dr Mo Je ndii ou tbe principlesof Anatomyrtand Physiology for Its re rubbin- gnoaurglcalopenUomaniclaima hing auler IIiteopalhy flewi man U a machine of so many Mrtsi lu Is turent When all parts art properly sdjuited sad not oierworked health Is the mult Some o the nMMS treated by u herrous rraelrstlon Headaches Neuralgia UheuinatUm Caurrb Weak tea Granulated Udv Goitre Jleart Lifer and Lung Dlaaed Constipation Mies UU Stokes Enlarged lIOIUaIeJU Stom ach and IntMtlnal trouble ud paratUaInmoUnenceolUrine Locomotor ttar- la temals a Consultation 1zee- i Miss Jennie Payne THE CRAB ORO HARD MILLINER Hag Just returned from Indianapolis and Louisville with a complete line of Spring and Summer Millinery Good nod she cordi ally invites the ladle of Crab Orchard and vicinity to call and see her stock rrAt- tend her of Pattern Rata Wendes day and Thursday April Ord Dad 4th Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vohlclo made new for very little money J II OKKKIt Stanford Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE ST Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement o o Write For PrIces HICI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky omce iIi dc McKinncys Start Telephone No 48 BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring of 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Gar den Prices as wo no agents but sell direct to the planter General nursery and special strawberry catalogue on appli cation to F IHLLFNMEYEU Phone 270 Lexington Ky Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmcra Bank A Trust Coin pan and under same management conlinn- ontljr for 35 Years Solioits Your Bank Account Hoping iuch bnrinma relations will prone mutua Ij beneficial and plea DIR CTOKS J B Paxton J J N Menefee- A W Carpenter W H Cummins- J E Lynn SU Shanks J F Cash J a Owtlcy- OFFICEUS S H Shanks President J UOwileYCaahler W M Bright Met Cash BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS DEALERS IX Furniture Matting sRu fits And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Hakes Tailor Suils or tbe cloth furnished you to make your own suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as large and varied as can be found inIN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS And tbe prices are much lower I have also equally as great a line of samples for men New Goods of All Kinds Now arriving for spring wear Clothing Hats Car pets Mattings Rugs Dry Coods Shoes Slips pers Etc JAMES FRYE HunoaTllle K i LANCASTER John W Flowers has sold bis farm In the Pleasant Grovo church nelgl borhood to Mrs Rebecca J Hampton 185 acres for 0740 Jim King of Lower Garrard sold blsfarra of eoraothlnu over 100 acres to Mr May of Jessamine for 8200 Possession to bo given the 1st of May C D Powell Is having a porch built In front of his lately erected ston room on Richmond street A feel coat of paint IB also furnishing Improvement of the structure Dr Samuel P Grant of Danville brother of Dr J W Grant of tbls place and brother In law of Dr A S Price of Stanford has had a deals patented for securing devIce for bags J E Stormes has been la Loulsvlll this week as a member of the board for examining candidates for license to practice pharmacy In this State There were 07 applicants two of them worn enP N Spatnhowcr who moved from his country home to this city about a year ago has sold his farm lying be tween Paint Lick and Uiattsvlllc to Mr Whlttaker of Madison It con tamed 05 acres and brought 3000 cash Mrs T J Boyd and little son 01 Lowell are visiting Mrs U D Simpson Mrs P D Hays who has beet the guest of Mrs W S Bcazley has returned to Stanford Miss Ellzi Smith Is visiting the Misses Grlllln of LexingtonThe commendable paragraph Is copied from Wednesday Louisville Times The Central Record has entered on the lath year of its ex- Istence Under the editorship of Louis Landram it is and of the best wceklle in the State Tbe popular merchant J Joseph while attending tbe fourth biennial Stato convention of the Knights 01I Maccabees bold in Louisville Tuesday was elected to the office of Picket over John T Carter of Lebanon The pots stood 1471 to 5C9 An announcement has reached hereof the marriage of Miss Elenor Bacon which occurred at the brides home In xsxlngton yesterday She Is the sister or Frank Bacon who married Miss Mary Anderson of this vicinity has been a visitor to friends In this locality The Ladles Auxiliary Committee netted tbe Lancaster Cemetery Wed ne day for the purpose of having that allowed place well arranged and kept Ie firstclass order for the summer lonths tbe season during which It Is more frequently visited bv the friends and relatives of the departed dead A II Beetle has expressed an Inten don of having a largo warehouse erect cd on the corner of the lot recently lurcbased by him and until lately mown as the Wortham property Mr Jaatln has proven quite an cntcrprls loll citizen and should be encouraged In ils efforts to benefit the town R H Tomlinson and daughter Miss ilaggle left Wednesday night for a trip to St Louts Mrs A n Rice rho hat been here at her old home for everal weeks has joined her husband In Nashville Mrs Dr W S Elkin of Atlanta has arrived to visit Miss ennie Duncan Mesdames Malcolm Gill and W O Bradley Joseph Francis Sr of Stanford has just purchased the JurvU farm In part ersblp with Messrs B F Hudson and Arch Kavanaugh for 8000 Mr ranch and family have been residents of Garrard for 12 or 14 years tilla temporary move to Lincoln about 10 months ago They will receive a cor- dIal welcome on their return to this vicinityTbe Four Minstrels will appear at the Opera House on Friday April HI and the public will enjoy a rare treat to everything novel and attract- Ive In minstrelsy Funny and pathetic sons dances jokes good comedians acrobatIc performances otc to conclude with tho roaring farce entitled Tbo Sham Doctor Admission 25 35 and SOc Tickets at Stormes drug store The political friends and supporters of ExGov Bradley note with gratlflc tlon his chances for iho appointment of Federal judge of the Eastern District On Wednesday the esteemed Mr Suean Price of this place celebrate her 88lh birthday with a handsom dining given by her daughter Mrs M P Friable Friends of this city and several Danville relatives gathered to give honor to the occasion and Mr Price with her remarkable vitality and unusual flow of wit and animation was the central figure of the congonlt groups May she live to be the chic guest at many more of these haupy an nlvcrsarv feasts In tho way of souvenirs and famll relics Elder A It Moorowaator of the Christian church of this city has ai heirloom on which be places an ex tremdly high value It was a gift iron Mrs Moores grand mother u Missis ulppltio to her grand eon in lew Mr A R Moore and had been bandci down from one generation to another for about a period of 300 years Th article Is a small and quaintly sbapci ewer and according to tho venerable grandmother had been given to one or her English ancestors by Pocahonta while the Indian princess accompanies her husband Sir Jonn Rolfc on hot fatal visit to his relatives In the oli country All such curios and heirlooms should bo preserved with zialous caro W B Burton left Tuesday with a car load of horses for Memphis Mrs Mattie Duncan is In Lexington to heat the star actor Joe Jefferson In Hip Van Winkle Mr and Mrs Ed Price entertained Tuesday at a handsome lining In honor of Elder and Mrs A R Moore Dr G C Sandlln has been called to Richmond to the bedside of his aunt who is very at her home In that vicinity J M Duncan an elder of tbe Presbyterian churcb of this place bas been sent As a delegate to the Presbytery now In session at Dan- vllle Mr sod Mrs J I Uamllton have returned from a protracted visit In the South Mrs A M Bishop and laughter Miss Fannie are both in luded among the sick of the commu ilty Mr Mlko Salter loft Wednesday or the home of his sister Mrs Oeo Jush of St Louis Ho will probably iccoma a permanent resident of that city A lame shoulder is usually caused br houmatlsm of the muscles and may be tired by a few applications of Chamber sins Pain Helm For ale by Craig A locker Druggists CATAKKII OAN NOT UK CUKCI Wllb local a IIUuo aa they oan not reach the rat ol tbe dlwaM Catarrb Its blood or rouilllu local dieaw and lu order to cure It jou mutt thInfernil runeillM lulls Catarrh Cure taken Internally and seta directly on tbe blood nd l1 urou lldlaalarth Cure is not a rack inrtllilne It was prescribed br ont of the lMI phplcisnetn thlarouotrr tor frart sod II a regulaprescription It It rolU ed ol the teal mica known with the best blood purl nn ti on the mucous audua 1b- cried tromtdnatlonortheIwofeardlalafa what rotlunaauch wodrrful results In curing Catarrh eo1 for tettlmonlaln tree F J CirrxKr Oil Irur Toledo U Sold br ilrucxltti price Halls rauilr 1llla are the bat MARION SQUIRREL Maroon Squirrel It band high haey bodr and bonr haey mane and tall solid black with one white hair the gain with high- 1tle and plenty ol action and Usdectly sjiiod luol1 In trrry Ietnt sod particular 1lIt colts hate reached maturity and are anowlnx wbt they are aneat sounded and tat bones the inatkrt brlnulrg the hlgbal price or any olIIbln hone on Nrt- b1tlnrrMarlon tiuirnlwea aired by oM lack rtiiilireI M be by Illack Eagle he William Ac Illack Stulirrls lint dun ollle wu by Drownlltthiandrr24 hylic onalds IiI hlahder be br Hunts Illf blander anion tat duo hr Green iouauin- iotedaddiehutsexd dam br Hughra Kdwln realforsflack SJlllrrellll lire of more noted Idle borers than anr other hone In the world lIcb ss Highland Denmark now standing at J40 a oralOo Cheater Pare Handing at SM Ref Nulrrel and the owner of Highland lien rrrtIIIOOrrof hliKet that be haevereen ad we hollld atand himat5thaeyualing hit brother nd yet according lu the low that othrn- Itand at In this rountywe will stand hint In reach or everybody at tho extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt meydue when roll is foaled or mare arrd- wltb Mares traded or rcmoreil from tbli All torrllibe insurance and the money li due eulr li for mire Owners to call and aee him be lore breeding Marlon Squirrel will mike Ibla- Iraon at our aUMca In tilanford J K A II HKAXrFV French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud Rook of America also In Republlquo- Kruncalse Hnras Nutlonnux No 12853 Winner of first prize at the National Universal Exposition Paris 1807 and In lOS com poling with over 60 stallions Imported by M II Tichoncr Co Chicago In leas Color with small star black points 10JJ hands high weighs In working order 1325 pound foaled April 2S 18U8 by Lcmeland of Commune of llubcrsvllle department of Lamorchli got by the Government stallion Tratuei dum Clmrmautl by eDard second dam by Revolution QUASI will make the present season of at my farm 2Y miles from Stanford on llustonvlllo pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR 15 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT Mares kept on grass at 50r per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Dorsey Goldclust 12052 Full Brother to Estelle 210 Sired by llcndl Oolddust 4100 by Gnlddust by Vermont Morgan dam by ZlIcndl an Imported Arabian stallion Dorsoy Golddusts dam U Florence bv Golden Bingo Chief a son of Oaffs Morgan making him nn Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the lest family of road horses known Donor Golddust U dark bay full 10 ImmJrt high and weighs 1200 oundsi a proven and uniform breeder of hlglfclans road and Kustcrn horses combining ell tho qualltlei for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prices Will make tho present season at my farm near Stanford at 810 to Insure a colt Will stand a good mule jack at 37 P REID Stanford Ky CIR lAllCGj ci HCKIKQll the trHmiSbS Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also Painters Supplies at LOWEST PRICES occoao onooooo0000 ocooooo0000000 0 NEW FIRM I I U 0 000 U Having sold a half interest In my and implement business to C- Jp Mr A M Iunce he new business will bo conducted under n the firm name of GMSOJ PEJGE + We will keep in stock at all times Imndsom Hue ofc l I Buggies carriages Harness U Also Farming Implements In addition we wll bano all kind of 0- O grain Corn OIIIlIay do Hoping you will f firm with your patronage I remain llespt YoursUWA CARSON U- Of0000 0000J00m OOC OOOOOCl000 r THESri1 National Weekly Investment Co INCORPORATE J Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will alwayst win success Ours is established For further particulars address J GEO B OTT Secretary t 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky Shirts a Soft Shirts are the Correct tStyles for Spring and Summer v We are Headquarters W E PERKINS oi Crab Orchard Ky t AA A A A I Wo Hue a Furl Line of I v Ledgers Journals i Day and CashBooks For the NewYear rood Goods at LowTrlrei J Pennys Drug StoreTELEPHONE NO 2 L 1 New Goods New Firm And Every Day In Bargain I yjVherc You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will be appreciated Good i delivered promptly Call and nee us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street Sometlring NewI IT WILL WORK EASY After n good deal of persuasion I de cided to the Popular Washer and can- truthfully say it in the crealcst Invention M of the kind made The price at first Bccmed high hut after n I am con vinced It in very cheap Jugs Ktf BROWN FOR SALE I1YtGEO H FARRIS 8 CO Wake Up Arid Listef To The Racket Ttie BaoKet store Is Far In The Lean In Dry Goads Notions Clothing Irate Gaps Ladles mid Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks Valises Ac lllg stocks of Mens hays and Children Suits nt half price Mens Bocks 3c pair Veiling lOc yd Ladles Kid Gloves sailaitcs 35c Towel 7jc a pair Nnue Punts laic a pair Laces and nhurge at less than cost Skirt binding at lc a yard Ladles Umbrellas for MC Suspenders 8c a pair Mens Suits worth 1760 at 8318 Shoes at less than over been sold in Stanford Other bargains can be had which wo havent space to mention Good niichlno thread 2 spools for 6c The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob GlnsburB Prop Next Door to Lincoln National flankty v