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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I JVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 19 190L 9AM NO 16 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Mark Ilardlo sold to W L McCarty u bull calf for 125 Good fresh milk cow for alo W II Snanke Stanford Georgo T Wood bought of Jamee Meucr 77 sheep at 5Et W W Hays sold to F Reid three Jcrtcy heifers for 165 S N Matheoy sold to W M Ma thcoy a gelding for 975 1WmCaldweUeold a jack to a Louis Now In Louisville last week wool that was bought for 25c cold for 17io Dr J U Oweey told to J W Jame 250 barrels of corn at S2 delivered Dwlgbt Root told toR U K P Woods a lot of corn at 250 delivered I 100 bushels clean Southern Gorman millet cccd for sale at Moreland H 0 Cover Uuslonvlllo Foil SALESlxtytwo calves and yearling Alto two good young bull Mark Ilordln Stanford Durham Bros of Campbclltvlllc bought of Smith fc Noll last week 120 hog at fi30 Adalr New Garry Hermann the Derby favorite has been backed dawn to oven money In the book for that event trSchorr the Memphis brewer bought of II P Durham of rayette a yearling colt by Imp Goldcrcst for 11000r The Abbott and Cretccu will not moot In a match race at Brighton Deacb The owners could not reach t an agreement W W Lyon ft Co sold to G A 310tto and a hone at I50 Mark Uardln refused tiO for a sow with eight young pigs the other day Ino also declined an offer of M for a pig lets than a month old M D Elmore told to John C Pep Ales seven twoweek old pigs for 8150 Mr elmoro loaned the sow un ill the pigs arc old enough to wean O P Huffman taught of Christ Ca raonUoh a 1705 pound steer at 3J0 01I a Marlon county party li slopted at lie and of J U Baughman some bogs at 6c J W Dale old 10 head of cattle average weight 000 pound at 125 a head or about 6 cent a pound Mr t Bales report tho demand good and 3 price stiffClimax- There were 250 cattle on the George town market Monday No sale for feeders Yearling brought 41 to Cc per cwt calves 11460 to 920 heifers ii to 31 3 sheep 050 per beadsA decrease of 359000 occur red In tho American visible supply of wheat last week and nearly al much more was burned at St Louis which will affect tho current weokil showing J H k H U Ueazloy have decidedI to take their ttnlllon Marlon to the Hustonylllo horse show Saturday afternoon Instead of to Crab Orcb ard that tiny They will show him to the East Knders later Andy Peach has sold his crop of to F bacco of 20000 pounds to tho Continen tal Co of Uarrodiburc lor 7o all around McKnlght Bros sold to the same company 17000 pound at cam e price Burgln Record Six talllons and now credited withI 100 and moro In the standard list o performers Nutwood leads with 103 and Is tho sire of tho dams of lIJ1I Electioneer has 100 and sired the dam a of 03 Onward hl16 153 and his daugh ter have produced 70 Red Wilkes hall 140 and sired the dame of 105 Alcan tara has 141 and sired the dams of Hand Pilot Medium has 111 and Mrcd I tho dams of Tho American Baptist Year Rook 1001 gives the number of regular 1for In the United States at 4233 220 as ugalnitl18lOSO lust year This Is a not gain of 51540 Tho number o Baptized was 107235 an average n f40 a day for tho whole year Georgia leads the State In numbers with 410 817 Virginia coming next with 340341 Kentucky IB i 7th with 258701 Tho church property is valued at 33141 3SO again over lust year of 9l40740t The aggregate contributions of all churches was 13700209 03 a gain of 144177273 over the previous year Marlon Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large Importer of fine mlllin err nt 1UB8 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late severe weather 1 caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unlit to at tend my work during the day One of V my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough lloniody for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that I bought Rome for myself It acted like magic and I began to im prove at once I am now entirely well and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by Crate Jr Hockcr Druggistsf Do not leave home on a journey with out n bottle of Chamberlain Colic Chol era nod Diarrhoea Remedy It Is almost certain to bo needed and cannot ho procured while you are on board the cars or steamship It Is pleasant safe and rella liable For sale by Craig Hooker Druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mica Pboebo Crutchfleld aged SIdied In Danville this week Mrs Susan Inifrnm aged 82 le dead at Cane Valley AdaIr county Bud James linn sold his livery outfit HarroJsburg to Jackson Van Are dale At Lawrenccburg Leroy Strutton iw given R Ufa term for th j murder of Newton tcorcyITho Curry Grocery Company whole skis grocers have roofed their male olllcc to Junction William CityIfenced to four houicbrcaklog In tho Boyle circuit court N A Shou n a theological student at Asbury College In Jessamine Is dead of typhoid lover litll homo was In Louisiana John Woodyard a miner was seri ously Inured by slato falling pn him In the bank of the Standard Coal Co at East Bernntadt Mr H Lee Davis II astride the tri pod at the Climax olllce having been proffered and accepted tho position of ateoclatc editor Richmond Register At Columbia Mr Eliza Buton died from childbirth Her husband Syl vester Bu ton developed u religious mania some time ago and Is In an asy lumThe Junction City Red Men will have a big parade supper c Friday evening 2lth The Uustonvlllo tribe will assist In tho ceremonies In the lodge room The Confederate Veterans of Boyle elected the following delegates and alternate to the Memphis reunion IL T Gray J A Ycager and J II Baughman alternate H W Walker- S D Slaughter and J W Lytlle HUBBLE Gco Wood bought some hogs of L C King at 60 John Blanks caught two rate at once a steal trap T C Uankln le the first one to plant corn In this community- Mr J T Sutton of Uustonvlllc le vltlng her slater Mr Salllo Cooley- A Its Moore will Oil his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at oclockT Rankle bought tome imall shoats of G A Swlnebroad at 540 Geo Wood bought a Jersey cow of M B Kubankt for 50- Gco Wood has a bulldog and two shepherds that kill every dog that comes on the farm having killed about ire far Lot the good work go on Mr TE Wood and wlfo of May wood visited their son Gco Wood the first part of the week Q J Luce a pocket knife drop on his toe and cut It considerably a row day alto Ore Wesley and Carpenter operated on E T Miner Tuesday finding a cavity of proud flesh and dead blood and It U to be hoped he will Improve more rapidly TilE BEST REMEDY FOR KHEU MATI8M QUICK UKMKF MOU PAIN Allwho use Clialmbcrulni Pain Ile for rheumatism arc delighted with the affordsfWhen ijwaklnK of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago 1 had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoulder 1 tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was roc ommended by Messrs Gco F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Cham berlains Pain calm They recommends it no irgliv that I bought a bottle I was soon relieved ofRlI pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with mo that It is the best remedy for muscular rheutna CraigfGRAND OPERA CINCINNATI Low rates via Queen Crescent Koine April 10th and 20tb account Metropoli too Opera Co Famous artists such as Molba Nordlca Jean and Eduard D Rcsku and Mine chnmannUelnk in repertoire that includes Die Walkuro Lucia dl Lunmcmoor and Cavcllorla Hustlcana In three performances Friday andSaturday April 19 and 20 Ask ticket agents for particulars Ticket on sate from all points as far South a I Moreland The Stanford JOURNAL had an Items In ltd church column last issue Baying The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed ors Association will hung up 3125000 nt lta meeting this year1 Bro Walton keeps well posted on moo and matters and doubtless knows tbo proneness many old frontpew shams who pia the ponies end who want to keep u In such matter Central Record Walton he announced him sell n candidate for railroad commie stoner from this district and the mat who beats him will know ho has had race Mr Walton U ono of the abbe- men In the State and in all things ho has always been Bravo and Fearless and Loyal to the Great Common Peo pleShelby Sentinel MATRIMONIAL Alex Gourloy and Miss Sallle Bal lard were made one at D O Ball rda Yesterday Malinda Burns 13 and Solomon Ba ker 13 wore married at Plna rifle tIDrIless a by drowning at English Ind She left a note saying Married life la not what I expected OlpedauJlbterof Crab Orchard will be married June 5 to Mr Howard Countryman of Hock lord III- The engagement of Mr George W Welch Jr of Danville to Mies Grace Gale of St Louis U announced Mr Welch is at present located at Colorado Springs Cola where bo la practicing lawAdjt Corbin and Mice Eiyth Pat ton of Washington D C are to bo ried soon The brldetobc la n very attractive brunette and has long boon an acknowledged leader in society clr Glee Friends bore have received In vita tions to tbo marriage of bliss Laura Lee Jarboo of Lebanon to Mr Felix Smith Hamilton at St Augustine s church In her city May 4 Miss Jar boe made many friends during her stay with Mice Llcclo Beazley here Tbo marriage of Morrison Brec kin ridge son of the attorney general to Miss Douglas Woodcock alto of Dan ville was solemnized at the First Pres byterian church there by Rev E M Green Wednesday afternoon The couple loft at once for tholr wedding tour which Include a number of astern cities A dispatch from Lebanon says Ono of the prettiest home weddings that has occurred In Lebanon for some time was that of Dr Hugh Murrey former ly of Bowling Green now a prominent druggUt here and Miss Lucia McAfee which was solemnized at high noon by the Rev Dr T A Bracken Tbo at tendants were Miss Pearl Burnslde of Stanford and Miss Mary Kirk of Leb anon and Messrs C 11 Ltlsey and W B Tlmmons of this place CHURCH MATTERS There wore IS members added First Presbyterian church Mayev Sunday Rev H A Sumrall of Danville will preach the annual sermon before S ford Female College Sunday Juno 2 at the Christian church At the Christian church Sunday morning Hey J W Begin will preach on Christian Citizenship at night What Must I Do to be Saved Mr J C Florence will be ordained deacon of Stanford BaplUt church next Sunday morning and the order of the service will bo as follows Doxology 2 Invocation 3 Song Holy Holy Lord God AJ mighty 1 Song Come Thou Almighty King morningm of 0 Anthem by the choir 7 Address Origin and Purpose Of tbo Dlaconate Rev It B Malofty- I Doctrinal Examination conducted by Rev J B Croucb 0 Ordination prayer Dr Wm Sbel 4tan Song Father I would hu nbloYo beI Address to deacon by the pastor 12 Address to the church by Wm Shelton 13 Sung Blest be the tie that binds Giving of hand of recognition ana fellowship 14 Benediction Rev R B Mate ony The election storm center is central over the First Congressional district of Kentucky Olllo James the woe Ifer upproIp s I anLOCALSycr Jl9Clary good paIwomon Jnew Cummins McClary fine l ratElr the Cincinnati SouthernlIo 1V and a well tadlino of be suite just received Beazloy chef wool SQeda OnonSetil and drive oat tylikeit sell all our cheap hay In 10 or tt 7a a V BaughCot corn oats and all kinds tbb 11101 10 days only J H DouJlbuod 1 ICo meat 11fduckE Farrle Stanford Ingtl j LANCASTER Charlev Burdotto bought of 1 M Shelby a combined mare for 1102 A cleric In one of the largest dry Roods stores is on tho eve of a matrl monlal venture The Bible Society held Its last meet lag ut tho Baptist parsonage and was conducted by Mine Bruce Pumphroy An architect will be hero In the next few day to draw up plane for remodel log and repairing the Chrl tlan church The Social aud Industrial Club will be entertained next Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Win Berkele on Lexington AvenueMr Royce an aged woman of the Paint Lick locality died of the Infirm tiles of aye and the burial took place In that vicinity The Big Four Minstrels will appear at the Opera House this evening and will furnish an Interesting and strlk ugly unique programmer Miss Lula Wurd the 15 year old daughter of Wm Ward le lying at deaths door after several months Ill ocsa from consumption Tbo young mon gave a hop Tuesday ereoln et the Mason Hotel In bonorof Mica Christine Bradley guest Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford G A Swlnebroad bought of various parties 300 lambs for May and June de livery at from 1185 to 550 per bead stock heifers at 31c and stock hogs at Cc Mr Durham and son of Middle burg are visiting Mrs Dr I S Wee ley Robert Little of Richmond has been the guest of Prof Thomas flump too The faculty of tho graded school arc making all necessary preparatIons to entertain the 350 guest expected at tbo Blue Grass Tournament hold hero In May Wm Rlgsby a student of the col legs at Lebanon 0 has returned to hie home within about six miles of this place quite Ill of that dangerous die ease measles Ono of the richest men of the com munlty was seen walking round tbo streets tho other day accompanied by a mascot What doc this mean matri mony or somo other venturesome step John W Woods a salesman of theJ M Logan Dry Good Company sold a inmIIleDanvlllo for 1150 cash Mr M E Stevens was the purchaser and It is a neat tonr room cottage tanMeurl Louis Landram anti John M Farra have been to Louisville this wecic In the effort of securing better railroad facilities for this city The L t N Co was requested not only to con tlnun tho night trains but to furnish bettor day service aMrl Fannie Farra son Erie and daughter Mrs S C Denny were call ed to Lexington this week by the ex treme Illness of Mra Headley Mr arms ester 1n law Mrs Headier Ie possessed of a large estate of which the Farras will receive a portion Tha last of a quartette of handsome brunette sisters of the Paint Llck sec tlon Is busy selecting an elaborate trousseau The sisters have ebown themselves to bo tfie live wlso vir gins In that their matrimonial von force are fine financial investments Mr GI Patterson the W C T U district president la preparing An Interesting program for the convention to bo hold at Livingston April 30 May 1 and 2 Revs C H Palmer G Youne and MfP Frances E Beau champ will deliver Interesting address C9 on the occasion DrDlr Malcolm Tillott has rented a plat of ground from T C Currev and will cultivate strawberries on an ox tensive scale Ho has bought the finest varieties from Hlllenmeyor of Lexington B Foley a Fayetto fruit grower Is setting the plants In the latest Iraoroved style Mrs H M Ballou and children barn returned from a visit to Lincoln cOlin ty Miss Rhoda White of Mt Vcr non Is with her aunt Mrs Margaret Hobbs Mrs W T Browning of Lox d gton Iii attending at the bedside of rr sisters Misses AI and Bottle An sreonZwho are still qulto sick The effects of T L Sanders who led n short time ago of blood polean tl ig were eold at public auction on hursday at his lato homo In tbo Stone elghborhood Three cows several offers one twoyearold work mule 2a n ode 10000 pounds of tobacco a lot ol amokdncry Mrs Rebecca C Royce and W M otbwell both of tho Upper End ol n 10 county ware married at the reel he DCe or the brides mother on Wed day Mra Rothwoll WUJ the daugh 0 po vVm Johnson who glad so sud grctynlv about two years ago and was hun cite a successful llfo Insurance agent ldlag policies on his own life to the WblleTonnb oC utter her lathers death Miss e obnson was married to a Mr Revco rom whom she obtained a divorce in bo March term of court The incur nee companies paid over about 960 I 00 of which Mrs Royce received a In hero I 1TV vI7Y I VrwVIY1 Y1 TY l6F v iO 1 I Look Here lf11- llIf abouttyou are thinking w Eli New Clothjjaqlpt Jl Wu believe we have the best line In this section not only In ljtClothing but Furnishings Hatu Shoes and all that la worn iby men and boys ATEs IT PAYS TO TRADE ii J THE GLOBE 14 w Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and fijJ Repairingl i money back if youre not satisfied rt tJYour 1 Successors to HIRSCH J L Frohman A DanvillsJp T l + = fI ltl lfp q tiI 1f fC Iift 11diAv s4I iIe Y OO 1 CARPETS t a 1 ii Carpets sold by sample 1 Ingrains Brussels Moquettsa- a 1irJ i Velvets and Axminsters All car a pets cut to fit the floor You can 0V make it yourself or we can have it imade at little additional cost e w+ See Our Samples s + e f t9 tVOur terms are CASH 1 r H J McROBERTS f i ilFa l1 Jpe It t ie Pi tt lt e dt G S 1 ti fJjf iI DOYLE KI3HOLS 0 L COVER NICHOLS HGOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforOUR REPAIRIA DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Upho sieving Aic Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurialmembers arid ire the nssociationVumlertakori J S Gooile Is the egent for Lincoln County Phony 175 IItpN 403NECO- NTIiACTOF BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that I have been in business here- I I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough land Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc i I will duplicate any prices offered t1MONrN911P83 it14 t1tmll Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mjstake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTONs WIHTELAW UEID ono of America greatest journalists In giving his idea as to how the Influence of the press can bo Increased SIIIIMost of the libel suite brought against newspapers arc unjust People who have character to protect resort too rarely to the law against libel but those whoso character could hardly bo injured are the first under the guidance of lawyers looking for their pay to a share in the verdict to Institute libel suits as a means of speculating on inadvertent errors Unhappily the curious state of the law and the lingering effect of old decisions thai ill fit modern condi tions combine to promote this unfortuI nate reversal of what every jurist and every good citizen has at heart It Is the rule of compensatory damages that makes the law which honest men hesitate to use In their own just de tense a perfect fountain of speculation for men who have no character to lose who do not shrink from disagreeable t surroundings and consequently have no reluctance to enter the courts on an ill odored quest for cash Thats the whole thing in a nutshell Shyster lawyers acd men anxious to take ad vantage of anything that may possibly put a few dollars In their pockets are responsible for more than nine tenths of the libel suits that disgrace a courts docket WHILE President McKinley is en joying his six weeks tour of the far West there will be millions of voters wondering bow he can spare so much time from his office and how be can earn 850000 a year riding about in magnificent Pullmans When you como to think about it though Hanna will take care of the country just as well with McKinley on the Pacific Slope as he docs with him In Washington and we neednt feel the least uneasy Hanna makes a floe assistant president and If I Cleveland had bad a man like him dur fog his second term the expresident might have been closer to the hearts of the people today- FUOITI9w TAYLORS law partner Merrill Moores of Indianapolis was in Frankfort the other day feeling the public pulse as to the feeling against Taylor If be took back any encour aging news to the man who is proving his guilt by flight Mr Moores bad to draw on his imagination for it That Taylor held a big band in the conspira cy to kill Gov Goebel even the better element of those who voted for him will admit and they and the democrats of old Kentucky will never be convinced to the contrary until a jury of 12 of his peers declare him wholly innocent of the most belnons crime since the darker agee rUE new additions to the republican party known as flopovers continue to get the best bats going In the way of appointments but when theold lino rads have a chance at the polls they knife them to the hilt The g o p has to do something to add to Its strength numerically and the reward it hangs out will continue to make fools of the little fellows who cant be the whole thing in the democratic pasty Party principle is set aside when the small fry can see in the distance a chance to get an office with some fat attached TILE marriage in Dell county of two children aged 13 and 11 respectively with their parents present and taking a hand in the nuptials ought to make a law preventing the marriage of chil dren in the eyes of the law both urgent and necessary Parents who would consent to the union of such young things are undeserving of the power vested in them to say whether or not their offsprings shall marry before they become 21 years old Gov BECKHAM very sensibly refus ed Judge Blairs request to send troops to Letcher county to capture the band of desperadoes there who are charged with the murder of Jemima Hall and her nephew The governor sees no reason why he should send soldiers to do the work of a sheriffs posse and realizes the uselcssness of trying to move such a body secretly to capture the fugitives THE Owensboro Messenger proves thattt has space to burn by printing a doublo column picture of Fugitive Taylor If Brer Wnodaona rekdera deserve punishment he seems to bo giving them just what they should have if not he shouldnt treat them that way Mn UUEY WOODSON bought the Scott Rotary Web Press of the Louis vlllo Dispatch for 1800 Alleb Carter gave 310 for the name of the defunct concern but what he can want with It except as a sad reminder of an ignoble existence the Deity perhaps doesnt know UEPOUTEHS who have tried to Interview J Pierpont Morgan say he la as cold as a Klondike North wind Prob ably bo Is imitating the Hon Babe Bailey of Texas who says newspapermen worry him almost to death except when bo wants to use them DISPATCHES to certain papers Wasnlnglon say that Gov Bradleya testimony In the lllplcv case has cost him his chances for the judgeship as It Is considered a direct Slap at Taylor and the crowd that trains with blai A story so preposterous Is hard to be Hove but Doboe is capable of any thing and may succeed In getting the President to appoint another but If bo does the decent element of Kentucky republicans will rebel and Governor Bradley would bo regarded as a martyr to the cause of truth and justice and Deboo and the president sink below the level of respectable criticism Gov Bradley was not a volunteer witness or even a willing witness Bo was summoned by tho court to appear and having done so be could not and bo worthy of respect tell other than tho truth That truth hurts Conspirator Taylor and the assassination sympa thizers and ho Is It is alleged to be punished for It Let the powers that be daro to do It and the ex overnor will become at once what be deserves to be and was till mediocrity got In In tho saddle the leading republican In Kentucky and the South THE evidence In the Ripley case for conspiracy to murder Goebel came to a close Wednesday and yesterday was devoted to the argument after Judge Cantrlll bad Instructed the jury A very much stronger case was made out against Taylor than against Rlpleybut enough was disclosed to show that Rip ley had guilty knowledge of the conspiracy If he did not participate In it His testimony contradcted Gov Brad ley and Judge Yost and J B Matthews and wife of Somerset proved that he lied when be swore that be did not tell them that he knew enough to acquit Powers Mrs Matthews further said that Ripley told her that Taylor was a coward for running away and that his companywould not have been relieved If he hadnt case will be given to the jury today after the speeches of Mr ONeal for Ripley and Mr Franklin for the prosecution Major and Williams spoke yesterday The Instructions are practically the same as in the Powers case made to conform with the appellate court decision POLITICAL Gov Dockery of Missouri vetoed the compulsory education bill The military escort to the President on the occasion of his visit to San Francisco will consist of about 12000 menCollector Sapp says the republicans of Louisville and Jefferson county cal have a primary but that It will cost them 37000 It Is said that when Durbin decides to cease to stand up before fugitive Taylor Gov Nash of Ohio has prom red him a refuge During a republican primary In Letober county Blaine Collins fatally tabbed his uncle Henry Collins in tho back with a dirk The Arkansas Senate has passed a bill making It unlawful for any persons to drink intoxicating liquor as a bevel age unless they take out a 85 dram drinkers license Christian county fuslonlsts compos ed of democrats and republicans have completed a ticket and will ask the democratic county committee to in dorso the candidates There will be State elections this year in Massachusetts New Jersey Ohio Pennsylvania and Vir ginia A governor will chosen in all of these States except Maryland The Jackson county republicans have nominated Jackson Morris for repre sentative T J Coyle for county judge Pleas Isaacs county attorney Sam Bolllnswortb sheriff J F Engle county clerk The republican primary In Pulaskl county resulted In the following nomi nations County clerk J S May sher iff Ben P Hines jailer Frauk Hines county attorney E Wesley county judtre W S Cooper representative R D Hubble R P Allen has been appointed postmaster at Ammle Clay county M Vaugban at Eunice Adair county Green Clay at Klondike Harlan coun ty K M A Hardin at McCreary Gar rard county and M M Shanks at Tex as Washington county The president has decided to make Russell B Harrison son of the late ex president a major In the volunteer army the rank he formerly held Maj Harrison will serve In that capacity until June 30 when it Is said he will give him a commission in the regular army THIS AND THAT Postmaster Baker has been reap Inted at Louisville with an increase ofSlOOOsalary Gov Beckham has offered 8500 reward for the arrest of each member of the Johnson Reynolds gang charged with murdering Mrs Jemima Hall and her son in Letchor county Roy Courtney a young man who had been paroled from an Insane asylum bound his aged mother with a plow line in Christian county and throw her into a fireplace where she was burned perhaps fatally It Is stated that a settlement of the sheet steel strike at McKeesport Pa bail been made The steel trust recedes from Its position nod promises to re Instate the men discharged because they became members of the Amalga mated Association of Iron Steeland Tin Workers Gov Beckhara appointed Attorney Robert Riddle of Irvine special judge to attend Knox Circuit Court and pro side In the trial of the cases of Tyo against Tyo and Solomon Hammons against Elijah Hammons The regular judge sit and the bar not agree on a judge mMORE LOCALS 8Low prices on shingles A C Sine t lions show at Hustonvllle Saturday afternoon A COLD rain has been falling heavily since noon yesterday and the whole country Is drenched I Tim I J representative will meet you at Lancaster Monday If you have business with this paper LADIES see the new Josephine Gir die Corset also the Llnon Batiste Cor ft Sons set for summer Severance ALL claims against amen Gentry deceased must be presented properly proven not later than May 12 to C L Gentry admr A ruiiLic pay station of the Cumberland Telephone Co has been placed in the St Asaph Hotel otllce giving that company two olllces In town WE deeply sympathy with Mr R S Martin of Brodhead In the loss of his splendid son Hugh Martin who d Wednesday and was burled yesterday ENJOY a couple of hours pleasantly tonight by attending W Powell Balea literary and elocutionary entertainment at the College Chapel Admis sion school children 25c all others aOc TWENTYFIVE members of the Junc tion City Tribe of Red Men passed up to B rod nead yesterday to attend tbo burial of Hugh Martin son of Mr- S R Martin who was a member of tboI odderHCSTOx1ILLS 1adamCecilia Ep plngbousen Bailey will ting at Elusion vllle Saturday evening April 27 un del the auspices of the local auxlllarvI of the Christian Womens Board of MissionssW A BEAZLEY the Crab OrcbardI hotel man Is preparing to enlarge and Improve his hotel near the depot in that town He can improve on the building but it would be a bard matter for him to make any improvement on the fare ho offer- sATjValtons Opera Bouse Thursday April 25 Mme Cecilia Epptnghouten Bailey is the singer woo has given suoh pleasure Her voice is so clear and true her enunciations so ported and her art so unfailing that her popularity must everywhere be tnstanlan eouaNew York Musical Courier N Y IF JoeJeflerson lives and everybod who has ever seen him hopes be will live forever and never die be will appear three times In Lexington next April one matinee and two night when Manager Charles Scott says one night will be reserved entirely for out oftown patrons There was a tremendous crush of humanity at the two per formances this week but everybody was taken care of and all went away pleased TilE Negro Qulnnwho killed Police man Crum at Danville last week la on trial there Some difficulty was expe rienced in securing a jury as well as in getting lawyers to defend him but nil this was done by noon yesterday and the time since has been spent in taking testimony which Is said to be very damaging to Quinn He la represented by Messrs J W Rawlings C C Bag by and A C VapWlnkle who will have to work miracles If they save their clients neck TilE habit if it can be called such of buying away from home when tho home merchants otter about the same goods at lower prices seems to be get ting moro general to the discredit of those who do so be It said In speak lag of the Joe Jefferson day In Lex- Ington the Democrat of that city says The outoftown visitors did not spend all of their time walking the streets It was ilso a banner day for tbo merchants of the city Every store of any pretension on Main street was- roweled to the doors It seemed as the visitors had been saving for the oc casion for when it was all oyer and the stores bad been closed for the night most of the merchants found that their recelpte for the day bad been quadru pled over tho usual Monday Tile freight rates on this sectlou need badly Mr W H BIg gins tells us that on Implements from Louisville the rate is 42 cents by the L N To Moreland on the Cincinnati Soutbern by that road and the Sopth crn it Is only 30 and ho orders shipments tbere and eaves money Again the rate from Cincinnati on wire via the K C division of the L k N is 28 cents to Stanford and only 10 to Junction City although the car con t Llning It has to here Junction City has railroad competition we have me The building of tbo Southern road would remedy this The excessive freight rates on wire to this point out tbe trade bere entlrelv and allwho handle It hero buy It from the- Frank Grocery Company at Danville which hauls it here for less than It can bo bought with freight added There will be abig State bowling tournament at Loulsvlllo Au undtr the direction of an exeeutivci commltteo composed of Mr Drown manaelng editor of the Times president of theS Eacott luthern National Bank Chas F Gralngor president of the board of Ibllo works It no sense a prl vate enterprIse but le Intended to add Interest to a clean and wholesome pas timed The tax rate In Jefferson county la only 20o r HOT SHOTFrom the Booming Bargain Guns of the The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale High prices have Surrendered and Economical Buyers are Tri umphantly Laying in in Their Household Wants at Lowest Prices Ever Recorded I nnoooooooooooooouuUo Domestics Look at theca prices carefully then como early ns you con na theso goods will go fast At these ridiculously low 250 pieces of Rood fallen light anllllRrk- patterns lesame goods cost 1U 5 And 6 cents in any oilier store our special price during this aaleonlv 3c Hoosier cotton full yard wido4fel- lentSea Island and Lloosler cotton full yard wide At only 4jo wide bleach cotton quality so now at Co Mnsonville Lodsrh Fruit of the Loom and lope cotton OJo 200 pieces of apron gingham the best At 5c 200 piecesyard wide percale worth lOc and 12Jc yard this closing only 5c It is Impossible for us to mention every article In our store but we guarantee to sell any goods in our house money than any other merchant can buy them Corsets 10 dozen rasaca corsets 60c quality cut to 5c- SPECIAL500 ladies corsets In while drab black blue And pink long short And medium waliteil well worth SOc special price for this title 25c All 75c corsets reduced for this sale At 19 cents All 81 corsets In this sale At 75c Table Linens NAPKINS AND TOWELS Fine white imported Irish Table Linen Inches cede In a number ot beautiful lloral patterns worth 50c per yard our price 5c fled and white and blue and white table linen guaranteed fut colon well wroth 60o per yard at only 25c Napkins at almost half price Hie re duction In all kinds of cotton ami linen towelsLace Curtains 49c Full 3 yrls long extra good value for Jl during this great sale at Wo OGDENSBURG8787 Ikcord 2SH trial 222 by Mambrtna- Pntclicn will make the present season at my term at SIO to Insure a Living ColtO- gdensburg le a flee Individual with plo ty of ed action Tho people Know what a brecderho Is and will take advantage of the low price at which ho stands Will also a fine Jack at l9 to Intur n living colt See my before you breed M 9 IIAUOUMAN Stanford Ky EAGLE BIRD KAD11LI 8TVLUOK Eagle Bird li teal brown IB hands high heavy mane and tall Sired the Oren KINO KAOLE winner Of 40 Nino Tie Eagle Illrd was only shown one seasoi nnd won 10 or IS blue ties Seo him before ooklog your mares lie will make tho present season nt Thos L naughman place miles from Danville on the Lancai ter pike At 10 To Insure a Livt Colt Will also stand a Brntcluss Mure JACK at n to Insure JOHNS IIAUQIIMAN Danville Ky JUMBOS I will make tho season with my tine jack Jumbo Will servo mares or Jennets at II to Insure a living colt JHEBOflIero Is n fine mute Jack Will serve marcs at 35 to Insure a living colt DoBoe My fine young Jack Pollee will servo n tow mares free charge Seasons duo when snares are sold or with IIIturo for Jennet e per month I will not bo tcsponalblefor accident should any occur IB B KINC Moroland u u U U U U U U U v v v v Miscellaneous 1000 pieces line white and colored beading regular lOc quatityat He Laces and los that half price come and tee them Gilt Belts never known before to sell for less than UUc for lOt We have 160 Belts to close out At lOc We have ruciirvtl 1J gross of Fountain Pens which Are worth ouch For this great sale they will go a J5c Pearl button the kind you par lOc for In any other ilore wo have only SOC dozen IeItat5c- Celluloid collar worth lOe coting out price 4c 4 ply linen collar worth loc closing out price Ac Mens Suspenders 15c quality closing out price Silk tlnishetl suspenders 25c quality at 16c Mens fancy sox IGc quality elating price ony fie Gray and brown mixed sox worth lOc closing price Menn undershirt light weight sold everywhere At lUc clofiiiR price out ISo All heavy weight underwear will be cloud out rcgarille of trot It will pay you to get these goods for future use Sale of Dress Shirts 75 dozen mens fine dross shirts eight different styles to select from worth from SI to tl 23 all KO In this great sale at 40c 10 dozen negligee skirts regular 503 and 75a quality rrtlucml to 300 Mens work shirts light nml dark onl on At l cS6c 30o and iSc worth double the money Mens4 ply linen c6llnr regular too quality reduce for tills treat sale to fie Ladies Kid Gloves ALMOST GIVEN AWAY bOO pairs of Kid Gloves all sires and colors worth from f CO to t2 your choice At Goo ISO pairs lasses kid gloves worth from fllo f125 tocloio out it only 40 cents Lndlff dont miss tho greatest kid glove bargain of the 20ih century I Stylish Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords are the coolest the best fitting and the easiest walking shoes conceivable They arc also exceedingly hand some TRADE MARK stamped on sole 0000000000 ShoesOur hoes Am better And cheaper than ever before This Is your chance to buy a good pair of thorn for almost nothing malluhlplehocStrlblry Co Plngree it Smith and the celebrated Thooina Itolien Shoe worth onlyOOcSIImplchoc84Uc a pair OO pair mens fine and coarse shove worth 1 2 a pair In this sale Otfc Ladles mime and childrens fine priceMensand Un calf and viol all go at OOo Oil the dollar Dont this great shoo sa e Great Clothing Sale It takes very little a suit of clothes or n puir odljJutnts nt The Loiiisvillo Store Owing to tho fuel that wo want to Plow out enables us to greatlyuodors1 nilof our competitors Our clothing lit Jail strictly custom rondo and no fault of tho growls that our prices aro you would only come mill K thOtOJI goods you would be convinced that Iho Ioimvillo Store js tho cheapest store in Stanford 500 pairs btolts pod boys cotton worsted pant worth 81 reduced to 49c 5100 tmiw boys cheviot worsted and cjixnncro kneo pants made to toll at COc our slaughter prico U V ICO mens to solid S10 wo have V2 dillbront colors to tulect front at llJ5 75 boys units rugulnr4 quality reduced to 08c lions very fill 0 cnxtom rondo suite at 609C STftO and 807C worth double tho price wo Ilk Have you seen tho Queen Quality thru t- Ide Or Our New Patent Kids 5250Look The 1IhBrilliant Soft Easy Queen Quality Shoes for Women furnish a rare combination Absolute Ease Fashionable Elegance and Splendid Service See our new Strap Slippers and Ox fords We have shoes to su and gunraiitee the qualities to ho tho very I best Call anti see new st- ylesCummins cc McClary What Do You ThinkfOf our new wayfof setting the paceIIn former days we lused a knife to cut prices squareSr Now tWe Use v A Cannon t Selling tho prico to round wholainlo numbers Ono price and that the cash price We show Iho nicest and best assortment of Furniture Wall s Carpets Picture Frames Etc In Central Kentucky and make ono price that sells them totpeople who are informed W W Withers Stanford s DANVILLE KENTUCKY tee heady to Wear Tailor made suits from 8 up All in correct styles and colors good for now for your summer trip as well as for lull wear All alterations made free Separate skirts in h11k full woolen lion J50 to 2750 Special line 0 walking skirts at 5 0 and 750 Silk waists from JI to 10 in black and colors Merceriod batiste petticoats at 1 and 1- 25Pattern and Shirt Waist Hats Our business has been immense our hats are trimmed allIIgoods basis Our line of shirt waist hats especially Phipps AtchifionH are alone worth coming here to sec yon cant live without shirt waists and shirt waists de mand these hats All prices from 1 to 18 COLORED SILKS Foulards at HOc to 125 are the leaders for dressy sum rater dresses Nothing else take their place We show more than ao styles nod colors in new Foulards Gene ine wash taffeta in all solid colors and stripes at Toe new Chene Persian silks for waists sit 1 to 150 per yard Full Line of colors in Sultana Poan dc Chene Talfetas r t Crepes c- BLACK SILKS Taffetas in every grade fmm SOc to 150 yard Satin ft Duchesse Satin Lnmineauv Korea Sultana Pcan de Soie e front 75e up Black Silk Point DEsprit lose Black and fancy nets for dresses waists anti skirts from SOc to 2 y- ardWhite GoodsI Chlilbn nishcdorgnndic Hi inch 15c to one dollar per yard Sheerest fabric made French Lawn a trifle heavierl IS inch at 10c to 75c Persian lawns loc to JJ5c Swiss Mulls 20e to SOc Batiste from twentyfive cents to fifty cents per yard Any of these are suitable for commence ment dresses Entirely new line of over 50 styles of fancy striped and figured white goods for shirt waists and dresses h from 15c up Allover embroideries from 75c up for waists t fronts and yokes Forty styles allover loco at SOc to 75e WASH GOODS White and colored embroidered Swisscs from20c to 2 yard Printed dotted Swisses 15c dotted Swisses 20c up forfc 6 and ginghams from lOc to iOc Lawns and batistes at 10c 12c and 15c Celebrated Eastlako Cheviots at 12 Ac Mcrcorixed duck at 50c cotton whipcord black and colors r at 25c per ya- rdLadies Furnishings Agents for W 13 Erect Form corsets best soiling corset ever made AVe have 12 shapes and styles from 1 to 250 They give the now shape Peerless black real t lisle thread hose at 25c allover lace or clocked lisle hose It fiDe thirty styles limey hose at 25c to 1 Sheer nil linen hand embroidered initial handkerchiefs at lOc- t a A rza j f J Vtq DANVILLE KENTUCKY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n- n STANFOHD Kv Aimi 10 1001 OUR prescription work In uncurpans PCDDYSDruJ PERSONALS HORACE BROWN was In Lexington this week Mil It G EVANS of Danville was here yesterday Uditv to the wile of John Mcoofoc Jr a daughter sevIeralanon yesterday to attend court MRs J F HociCKH of Junction SpeedB of this week in the cities buying goods COL D W TltlDWE of Richmond Is with his sister Mrs P P Nunnelley MRS ANNA D VANAHSDALK went to Cincinnati yesterday to visit friends Miss SUE tOUT spent several days with Miss Helen Dick at Crab Orch jaMns H It CAMXITZ of Hustonvlllc spent several days with Mrs 0 D Cooper Mil AND Mns W B McKINNEY were among those who saw Jefferson at Lexington Mas W C SHANKS and son Hart well t ro spending some time with her mother In Lexington Ins SAIIRA MCCLURR has returned from Texas and has taken a position In loacph Price Infirmary Mil AND MRS J M COTTONof Cin cinnati were guests of Mr and Mr W W Lyon In the West End Mils SANKORI LYNE Mrs K P Porter and Mls Nancy Lyne of Hran non are visiting Vise Dolllo Melton crtsRBV dforary Conference of the M E Cburob South DK A S PIUCB who was removed to Joseph Price Infirmary la doing nicely and his friends hope to see him out soon Into JOE H HoilBH of Perry vine was here a few hours Wednesday cnrouto to Klrksvtlle whore hols hold fog a meeting Mu AND Mns P W CARTER went up to Richmond yesterday to see Dr Phelps Collins of West CIIITe Coltwho Is visiting there Mns LUCINDA TlMllllLK who has been a long time was able to come to town the other day and her friend- were delighted to see her W S WIOIIAM who was hero fro Moreland Wednesday told us that nearly every family in his section hud one or more cases of measles Ma VinoiL R COLBMAN yardmas ter of the C O at Thurmond W r0uarte MRS SALLIE MILLER of Stanford Is visiting Mrs Ulrara Collier Mrs W R Rico it spending a month with her slater at Ml Sterling Advocate MESSRS G D COOPER and J B Paxton went to Frankfort yesterday to try to get the Board of Equalization knock a few cents olT of Lincoln coun tys raise MR AND MRS GKOUGK L PENNY entertained Mr and Mrs Horace Brown Miss Isabella Bailey added to tho pleasure of the occasion by her excellent violin music THE Central Record says that Mr A H Bastln will give the proceeds of his telephone system In Garrard Sat urday to tho building committee of the Methodist parsonage THOMAS M OWSLKV of this city for several years United States Com missioner hero has been Special Revenue Agent by CommissIon- er John W Yorkes Tho salary is 3000 a year and expenses Bowling Green Cor Louisville Times MESSRS IKE AND G s SHELIIY oDd their families left Wednesday for POD cu City Oklahoma near which place SbolbySrnied them as far as Cincinnati Lin coln county people dislike very mug to give up such citizens as tho ahoy and hope that they will soon Und It to their interest to return to the Stato of their nativity LOCALS ALL kinds of harness repairing J C McClary NOISELESS shoes for women Some thing now Cummins McClary TilE Southern has gain secured a lease of tho Cincinnati Southern NEW and a well selected line of bedroom suites just received Bcazluy nays GARDEN Seeds Onion Seta and Northern Seed Potatoes at Warren Shanks WLL sell all our cheap hay In 10 0 15 days So come quick J H Baugh man Is Co HAY corn oats and all kinds of feed cheapfor 10 days only J H Baugh man Co I WILL sell Bronze turkey eggs and Pekln duck eggs at 81 per setting Mr J E FarriB StanfordIt WOVEN wire and oak picket fence A C Sine FRESH home candles of all kinds at J H Molerd NEW straw colored and white kid gloves Severance Sons D WE hove on hand ono Howorth Corn priceCarson HAY Will sell bay at 30 40 50 65 and CUc per 100 pounds for 10 das J II Baughman Co THE Carpenters Oil Gaa Co has been Incorporated at Somerset J P Hornaday Is ohlef incorporator YOUR properly may burn next See Jeeeo U Wearen and Insure it before it U too lato Ho represents tbo best companies In the country FINED Anthonyoekor was fined 820 In Judge Baileys court for obstruct ing the county road between Otten helm and ChappellV Gap FINED Irvine Mullins of Rockcae tlo was arrested hero Wednesday on hargec of breach of the peace and find 81d When searched ho bad three bottles of whisky In his pockets CHANGE OF DATE Order not to conlllct with tho Odd Fellow colebra lion on the 20th the dote of Mrs Co cilia Epplnghougou Baileys entertain meat hero has been changed to Thurs day night April 2Jtb Danville and Lancaster papers that have noticed the ladys coming will please note tbo change SCOTT county democrats had an ex perlonse similar to ours in their prl mary I W Truo was thought to have won the nomination for school superin tendent but when the count was made It was found that L H Paxton had wooI by U7 Our old friend Dink Farmers can sympathize with Mr True but we oubt If he takes his defeat as manly as Ir Farmer STRACII James Snyder Straub tho 2i months old son of Mr and Mrs Peter Straub Jr died at 11 oclock Wednesday night of pneumonia and was burled yesterday afternoon after short services by Rev J B Crouch The parents have the sympathy of their friends hero and elsewhere in the loss of the bright little fellow who was loaned to them for a few days only I HAVB not been Inside of a meet og house since Richmond fell said Col Isaac Shelby the other day I was In tbo capital of the Confedera fallsparticipated In tbo dally prayer enemmy but Dot since them I have nut regarded tbo virtue of prayer with as great a faith as former ly The colonel evidently believes In a prayer teat but the grandson of the first governor of Kentucky ought not to give up so easily but pray with out ceasing and In everything give thanks iWILL LECTURE Mrs C A Leh mans of Louisville win lecture at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock in the Interest of the young exconvicts of this Stato Tbo city of Louisville has donated a building to be converted Into a broom factory and in it young men who bavo just served terms in tho penitentiary will be given employment at reasonable wages Mrs Lehmann Is deeply interested in this class of criminals and believes that in giving them work and treating them kindly they can be saved from further disgrace Go and hear her No col lection will bo taken up but those who want to contribute to the good cause she represents will be given tho op portunity of doing so SOMERSET Tho man who know tho capital of Pulaski in tho 70s would not know whore ho was if he were dropped suddenly into it In this good year of our Lord 1001 It has grown and expanded improved and beautified till the beholder is lost in admiration Ma1 rilficonl buildings bavo taken the place of tho old tumble down concerns that 25 years ago looked well enough to the 0old rosldcntcrs A reporter of the I J was there Tuesday for tho first time since the Durham Thompeoa caravan non that finally adjourned to Stanford JjCampbellgood fellow and general promoter of paying enterprises for a thorough look at the town Mr Hornaday keeps a fine turnout and drove so fast over tho rather rough streets that it would have tried a man with weak nerves He apologized for the streets tho only thing that seemed to need it and said that the Incoming administration would make thorn all that tbo fastidious driver could desire Mr Hornaday is just now turning his attention mainly to tho oil business which promises to make that whole country flourish like aircndyra the 011 from the Wayno county and Tennessee fields and a hugo tank on the hill in South Somerset receives and empties it Into tho railroad tank lino Col Sonora in his happiest mo ments never imagined the half that Mr Hornaday Is suro awaits all who rot in on mho ground floor In develop ing the greatest oil fields In America MdnfdshlonffPatent deal Kid Oxfords for Ladies Made Bjr HANNAN SONSF- ur the benefit of Ladles wishing a high class time we have this cele brated make To those who have never worn them we have only to say THEY ARE THE BEST ON EARTH Onco Worn Always worn Dont Fail to see Them AT P m Every pair of Shoes we sell with our personal guarantee supported by the manufacturers we rep l children both Oxfords Sandals and Shoes Seer the Zeigler ilighGuade Shoes for women end chit then r Ii Gentlemen You miss a Bar ri1Iryou Nil to look at our shoes JOHN JONES I rLWESTANDMD mim Wohave W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Freshest Drugsand At Lowest Prices French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French Conch Horse Stud Rook of America also In Republlquo Prancalse tiaras Natlonaux No 13603 Winner of first jirlzo at tho National Universal Exposition Paris IS97 and In 1808 com peting with over stallion Imported by M II k Co Chicago In 1698 Color with small star black points 10 4 hands high weighs In working order 335 pounds foaled April a1808 Urcd by M Lemeland of Commune of Hubersvtlle byLefardfarm 2fj miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR 515 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares Uejtf on grass at SOc per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Dorscy Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estellc 219j Sired by llcnill Golddust 4400 by dolddust 160 by Vermont Morgan dam by Xllcndl an Imported Arabian stallion Horsey Goldrtusts dam Is Florence br Golden Mlngo Chief u son of GaRs Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddust B a dark bay full 16 bands high and weighs lSOO pounds a proven and uniform breeder of hlgh class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness and saddle and are In demand at top prices Will inuko the present season at my farm near Stanford at its to Insure a colt Will also stand a good mulo jack at J7 K REID gtanfnrl Ky WAi PIER ffRLO E+ A K Gibbons Is now receiving the handsomest and largest line of both Imported and Domestic Wall Iaper ever shown In this part of the State Wo have the cheapest to the most expensive thing made We have tho paper hung by the very best decorators at lowest prices We carry a full line of all klqds of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass And PAINTERS SUPPLIES at Lowest Market Price Respectfully A L GIBBONS Danville New Goods New Firm And Every Day Is Bargain DayVhere You Find Everything Perfectly Fres And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call and see us WI W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street f lJTHE iNTFR1OR JOURNAL I P1a Uahedru eSaye oAneS Izidov r 1 PER YEAR CASH When not opaldS 3OO will becaarftd Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford at condclau matter WOOL WANTED We want all the wool In Lincoln county and will the highest price for It Call e at J II Ward t Cog In Stanford for sacks nOONE fi OENTKY Call April 10 and 20 n- tFRUITTBROSMOUELAND KY And see in Addition In Furniture etc Mr G B Pruitts LINE OF HATS I I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wohereby state that the Dls5 Plow sold by D 8 Carpenter Is Just far superior to the eupertortothecradlo Oliver as the W90COWFNs A 8 PRICE Ii Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OffletOT UcRoberta Drug Store In the Owdey I llaUding ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Kw Office over dr McKlnncys Story tiTelephone No 4S j H WARD co 1NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable lirucos Old stand Depot St Stanford New tad itjlUh Turnouts Kites reasonable Special attention to traTellof siluinen Hone 1t ad told on cauimlulon fwl Hay liltcbea lOa No bltcheson public days flood attention linn all stock len at our stable Phone 9- 6ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mutes afflicted with Fistula Fallevll Swinney Scratches Saddle Dolls lard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper c For sale by w n MCUOD erti druggist Stanford M K Humphrey liberty 0U Thompson Klngsvllle A Caldwell Dunn blllledgevillro- Ceo aotsvllle Ky F K Compton K Jeter Mlddlebnrfr Cash k Mc Olure Turnersvllle U VanhookMcICln ney 4-a Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ti MORRIS FRED PKorniETOR I desire to announce to thlpublic that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moal SWpstuff Cfcickoa Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share ot your patronage promising to give you the best reluHt Dont me but bar In mtndalwaps that I need your patronage MORRIS FEED Pror J+ G 4c MY UNDERTAKES Manufacturer and Dcalcarln HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky Drs Slaving PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS Will ha In Danilll Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In SUnforf Tu nIT Thursday and Sat In the 1snnlngton building Stanlord Ut J eceboun9tol2anlto4rrOSTEOPATHY This Science originated and delocIb r Dr of Mo dIoio on the prlndpleiofAntotuyand lbyslolo y for its rf It no no drug no rubbin- gnoaurlcalupentlous anJ claims Sing super natural u mchlne oha many antinotnoverworkedhealare la the result of tbll diseases treated by us Nervous G6UoWeakd IdsGoitre Heart Constipation Llferoand Enlarged Prostrate all Stom Ehind Diseases of Bones ass JomSp maCurTatureUlilocatlonsBtiaJolts IncontioNic 01 Puallw ll IUx se a sptclsltjr Consultation live t ERDILLEHAY AMV1LLE BYe Manufacturer of BRICKiAnd LimeCement o o Write For Price HCRUPLEY j The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cap FIRST NATIONAL BANK oF STANFORD KY C jlt l Sleek 150000 Surplai 110000 This Institution originally established u the IM posit Bank nf Stanford In IMS then roorganliod II the National Dank of Stanford In ISM and agab organised as the First National flank ol SUnforf n lSJ2kas had practically uninterrupted exist net for 41 years It is better supplied row will facilities for transacting business promptly and erally than eTer before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts of IndlTldusls fiduciaries and tndlTidualssoltcltedDlHXCTOaS F Be1dUoroln Co J W Hayden Stsnfui STHarris 511 Baughman J SIlocker TP Rill WPi Walton W A Trlbblto J UColllerCrabOrchd Jet Koblnson Hubble M DElmore Stanford orricim JS Horker President JJ McUoberU Casblir BEAZLEY HAYST- TNDEBTASESS ALSO DULKRS IS Furniture Mattings Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JAMES FRYE Makes Tallpr Suits or tbo cloth furnished you to make your own suit skirt or waist My samples of cloth as large and varied as can be found in uIN THE GREATESTDRY GOODS EMPORIUMS NEW YORK And tho 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 slippers Etc JAMES FRYE Ilustonville Ky v r TH- EQueen Crescent IIandits i an American Expositio- nBUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will be announced later The Tan American tho greatest American Expos ition since the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dialing Mid- wayNIAGARA FALLS lGroundsFree Reclining Chairs ntgaustwowws s usa w oIoIuel1Lah tCWELL 8r clanoata NEWS NOTESINorton Vat went ono IUIThem aro 10 cases of smallpox at Morohead Incendiaries destroyed d church at Plalnvlllo Ind Plans are for a 500000 brewery at Florida MempblsIaoo convicts Ilamtnonda Hotel at Grace Cbrl ttan county was destroyed by Ore Prof Henry A Rowland of Johns Hopkins University died suddenly Dr Hal S Scruggs Jr was found murdered In hie buggy near Mcmpbli Tho Kentucky Osteopaths will met In convention at Lexington Saturday Sam Garvoy died In Spencer county as tho result of being crushed by a log John B Banks aged 75 was arreiite at Maysvillo charged with horses cal log Archbishop Martlnelll papal dole rato In the U S has been created aI cardinalA Louis syndicate Is having tbe zinc and lead fields in Bourbon count Inspected Henry O Frick and his friends will build a great steel plant at Billing port N J It has been practically decided to launch the battleship Maine on Memorial Day P C Knox the new attorney gene al spends his Idle moments driving his 9000 team John Abbott who killed Jay Burton over domestic atTalrs at Louisa wu Ivon 15 years At his two performances at Lcxlnf on Joe Jefferson had 3277 people to lee and hear him Rev E J Oliver a preacher of torn loto was killed by jumping from a rain at Peru Ind John Albert Skorg the alleged cour erfelter who shot himself In New fork died of his Injuries A monument to Gen Henry M Lawton who was killed In tho Philippines will bo erected In Indianapolis Tbo two year old child of Thoma Amall of Carlisle burned to dealb rhllo playing beforn tho grate Thomas Irvine of Dresden Tenn was arrested charged with murder committed In Texas 12 years ago Pierpont Morgan is said to bavi ought the recently recovered Gains orough masterpiece for 100000 J K Lamaley drowned himself at Lowell 0 because he was short In- his accounts as township treasurer An Oweneboro night watchman wai fincd 8100 for kicking a blind boy who was dancing on the street for a living Joseph McMahon the richest pries In America is dead in Washington City He left an estate worth 82000 000 George Noe and his son Boyd wen tabbed and fatally wounded la Harlat ounty in an altercation with W S Uanton Evan Bledsoe a society man wai hot dead to a woods near Richmond Va where he bad agreed to meet hit swee hear Flro at Birmingham AlaI destroyed- cara barn and other property and aralyzed the street railway service Loss 3135000 A new hotel Is to bo erected In At rata It will cost 8500000 and will bave 325 rooms The building will be- tcn stories high Dr Dudley S Reynolds has resigned his ubalr In the Hospital College ol Mcdlclno In preference to apologizing for Insulting a class President McKInley will open the lutTalo Exposition May 1 by touching a button at Vicksburg Miss where lic- will be on that date President Woods of district 23 Unit cd Mine Workers was assaulted at ladlsonvllle by a scab In the employ of the St Bernard Coal Co County Clerk Claude Chlnn of Fay- ettc won In the appellate court a do olslon acquitting him of charges made against him by the State Examiner Henry Hawley an Invalid toldlor at Dayton 0 has been notified that be- has been left 203000 by a Paris France lady whosolife he had saved ncarly half a century ago Pat Cocoran of Washington Ind- Icll 52 feet Into a coal mine ben- his fellow workmen reached him be marked Gee that came near knocking tho breath out of me Regularly every month John Shef fer goes to jail 30 hours for contempt of- court in refusing to pay the alimony as tossed against him to hilt ox wife In Louisville He says that It Is much be cheapest and easiest way to settle Mrs Elizabeth Thomas 0 feet 5 inch es tall and weighing over 500 pounds- died at Akron Ohio A special casket had to be irudir for her and no hearse being able to hold It tno remains bad to be taken to the cemetery In a dray V Morgan county man named Chll du i was arrested at Winchester Ho- tod Judge Denton that ho was on his- way to Indiana to kill Fugitive Taylor and the fearing that his mind- was wrong Informed tho authorities wbo took him in charge The 1st and 2d military districts Ii- iNortbrn Luzon have been consolidated and under the command of- DrlgOon Funston and similar action bas been taken with regard to the 4th- and Oth districts of Southern Luzon wblcb will bo under the direction of- Gen Sumner Gene Grant and Hall- will bo relieved j A severe storm did much damalte throughout tho South from Chattanooga Tonn to New Orleans La- The gold holdings In the treasury are In excess of 500000000 In ap o of the purchase of about six mlllioos In bonds which were paid for In gold A young man said to bo bo from Lou don took possession of the borne of J B Graves a stock dealer of Lebanon and alter driving the women out smashed the windows In Chicago CbdVles Sweeney of Orconvllle Ky shot and killed his wife from whom ho was recently scpa rated and then committed gulch The tragedy occurred at the Dubuquo Hats the homo of Mrs Sweeneys Ills ter whom she was visiting- NIDDLEBURG Ernest Jordan and Ion Wilkins have moved to Burnaldc to work for J W Lockrldge S Co a stave firm Claude Russell died Sunday at his home two miles above town ills remains wore taken to Mt Olive for bur IalMln Lucy Crayons is suffering wl a felon on her linger Rov Patrl Patterson of Collier county Texas JSro to spend the summer with hie bildien Mrs John R Staten presented her husband Saturday with a pouncing boy All parties doing wcll Testimony coming from republic sources which If substantiated fixcs the crime directly on W S Taylor wboe6 cowardly leaving of the State rather than meet an examination oft ourt on the subject furnishes added vldenco In conArnlatlocfNOt Its rolla illlty ollton A lame shoulder Iausually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be lured by a few applications of hmber sins Pain Balm For ale by Craig locker Druggists CATAItllll CAN SOT HE ClIICIl iVIth local snptlcUos as they can not reach tbe rat ol tbe dlwsjo Catarrh Is a Wood or cooitll tonal disease and lu order to cure It you l1IuII take Internal remolds Hills Catarrh Cure Iken Internally and arts directly on the lilu nd mucous surucn Hills Caurrh Cure Is no quack mnllrlnf It wa prrwrllxd by on of tbe rot physicians In this country lor years nJ Is mulsr prescription It Is rotupowl ol the antes known combined with the best blvd pllrl lIero acting dlirrlljr oa the mucous nurUcri Tbe rrfecl conibluslloo of the two iDimllfDti wht reduce such wonderful mults In curing Catsrt rod fur totlmoDltls Ire JCltxasyACullvrTolelo0S- old W dmetclsli prlc TV italic family tills are tin beat McKinney Roller Mills J ft McKINNEY Prop MoBinne Xyo Make and keep constantly on hand the- best of 1iour Meal HhljwtutT Drat Chick IIn Feed Ac Irlcen very reasonable Cus w grinding a specialty U V Kenned llIIer 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE ThoJ M riillllpi property corner EIIt Main itrpctnnd Logan Avenue In Stnntortl will be divided Into eight Iota and told at public auction at oclock p tn SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of tbu lots are GOxlOO lIud izIOO and front on Main street The lot- on which the house stands Is 125x103 The- tour lots that front on Logan Avenue are Ixins and all of them are desirable of Iota Can bo seen by calling at Mr Phi IIJ11 rexliknco They will tie offered separately nod then as a whole und the larger bid accepted TERMS One third cash balance In nnd I months Lien retained J M PHILLIPS Stanford Iy CALTON 12910 Standard and rtllilernl Sired l y ismlifti sire ofPUlnett2U5ladtletorah nsvr Eyelet 2a and others In the 280 lilt Irsi dam Daisy Held grandsm of Alice Wllki anti Altstla 215 br Kutleld sire of In 230 anl I IheiliimofMIn 215 or bet IrIISecootl Iarn ulckitep Kentucky Prince Jr sir of J 17jLemonade 227t4and othts and dams oC Ibe Third by Old Joe sire of the Jam or J II ZI74 Usmlxtta Wilkes sums and dauch ttn have W In the 2tO Hit tattoo rsrrtra Ibe JIOO of four leading hmllln Wilkes llsmblrlo nlan Mambrlno Chief and Swleys Aiutrlca Star lie li a great sbnw hors as has teen cite In the show rings Ills colts are fast and flu lib great action andare rowUIndlng the hlghes prll They tare been shown two yrars In IUC slog at the lIuolotllle and IJsnTllle loin udl- one won the largest premium rot Same elaiw IYer all others One of hit colts won a ale nee te aml a tb3 premium anti another btal great Jane Carter that J T Crenshsw paid SlW Iilr and al o1 rat the rrldlnz that C C Carprme old fur In the iwwpitikr ialton 101rena great cross on saddle mares as begin Ibellilln Isb action anti gait Come and KO his colts rore biwMng Will stand at my ta Wft of Ilunourllie on Uratllordsvllle plte at 10 To Insure a Living Colt W M VUVlt IIuitonTllle Ky DIGNITY DARE nirTloxKnaltd dIM91 IS hand a Inch bleb Ii suabogarty by with IMJlnll a model In rorlll 1sawsdug list wouderful Ityle chsrscterlillo of Chester Dare tautly wbhh the world acknowledge at sujwrlor to all AI a show horse be has already mada a leputaiton ping In his elm and sweepstake from a urI- Inlr many blue ties In his three year ulti lorln- hetook 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Tbrough Central Kentucky In harness be Is Ifry- 11lIah with nd quite speedy toll In ours and ualersabile We believe the pub lie li now atlurdnl an opportunity to secure tin nice of the coming young stallion of the lay at a price within reach ol all firing a class of matured that will sell readily on our iulHn- markel at fancy prices See htm to fully apjre da hi- m1lmlUllfJllrlll by the famous Chester flare No NH 1111 he ylIIck Squirrel M he br lllsck nagle he by King William 67 he shinlton JeDciirkril hebydalnc lenmirk sod he by Race Horse by 1m lorllIlgroN Ut Ham IJizle Welchn ont No ft he by William Welch Ilpadlka HambletonUn Wolchmonts hI- dm uhne by Almont Forest 2d dm by lallatt MaA nar and by JIll tenuonq nb- dam Thoroughbred Will make Ibe season of at lawn lIfere- HI1c Faun 1 mites West of HiutonTllle Kv on llradlordsrllle Uuitonrllle plt- eAt SIS to Insure LlvingColt tarn traded or parted with furrells insurance and tunne liecomes due at time of such transaction Mre from a dlltanreIt a ft per month Urst Irg bill mutt removal of mares Intruited win receive my persansl attenton but I am not responsible for escapleC We have one of tho largest antI best selected stocke of Vehicles I Ever brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show you Carriages Uiiifgias Road Wagons Carts Etc at exceptionally low figures We also carry an excellent lino of Farming Implements Including Farm Wagon Tooth and Disc Harrow Ilowa Rollers Etc in fact everything in the implement line used on the farm We have our own Itubbcr Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber TiresMu- ch cheaper than you can send to the city aria Lave It done and also save you freight charges Call when you are in town Bruce Bright Danville o S0 ocoooooooo o 0 1 NEW FIRM J ire 0 Having sold a half interest in my buggy and implement business top a Air A M Pcncftho new business will be conducted under 00 p tho firm name of Gf SOt PEfJGE + 0IVewill keep in stock at nil times a handsome lino of g- I Buggies carriages Harness iC 0tJW A CARSON 0 0- o cooooooot oo ocooccooo oooo o oc I S S Shirts Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters W B PERKINSCrab Orchard Ky a 1tiN 1MK 11NKrN1 111 V Vo Have a Full Lnc of Ledgers Journals I 1 Day and CashBooks For the NcwYeur Good Goalat IxiwIrices Pennys Drug Store i TKLKPHOXB U2 WNN CRAIIG HcKIRt- he o 0IYtliSbS Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Ydrnisiies Also Painters Supplies at Dow8JST PRICES SOlr ethihIw IT WILL MAKE HARD WORK EASY After it rfood deal of persuasion I de cided to try tho Popular nnllcnn truthfully say It It the greatest invention of the kind made The price at first groined high but after a I am convinced It is very cheap MAe K J IlaowNir FOR SALE BY GEO H FARRIS CO Wake Up Arid t istctj r To The Hacket THe HacKet store Is Far in Tie Lead In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Caps Ladles and Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks Valises Ac Pig stocks of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits at halt price Mens Socks 3c pair Veiling lOc yd Ladies Kid Gloves smal sUe 35o Towels Tic a pair Nnce Iants 14c a pair Laces and hamburgs at less than cost Skirt binding at Ic a yard Ladles Umbrellas for 49c Suspenders 8c a pair Mens Suits worth 1760 at 83 48 Shoes at less than over been sold in Stanford Other bargains can be had which we havent space to mention Good machine thread 2 spools for 5c The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Bank