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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL1 u VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 719019 A M NO 21 i CHURCH MATTERS I The Northern Methodist Dl hopi have had their salaries cut from 5000 to 4500 Evangelist Ben Uolra has written a book Auto In Beuluh1 Land1I It wll bo published this week Ttiu Southern Baptist convention will meet In tho First Presbyterian church nt Now Orleans Friday OencralFnl Atscinbly May 16 at Philadelphia PA Tho Lexington Dloouuan Council will bo heM In St Johns church Ver sailles May 2331 Bishop Benton will preside The Kentucky Conference of tbo M K Churcb South will bo hold In Shol byvlllo beginning Oct 2 Bishop U K Hargrove presiding Over 8000 Catholics In a eolld line SundaywThe spectacle was Imposing- At the Districts C Convention at Perryvlllo May 20 Rev W E Arnold Is on the program for an address on Tbo End of all Study Teaching Pravcr xamplo and ElTortlI Robert M Hopkins son of Alex C Hopkins will hold u Sunday school in illtute at tho Turnersvllle church beginning Thursday next and continuing over Sunday Free to everyone and all are cordially During the InvitedIYoung has hallIedvedr and Is prepared to spend 30000 In Im proving the churob building The General Convention ofilho Epis copalians will again dUouss the change of name American Catholic church AngloCathollc church In the Untied late ProUMlam Kpleeopal oburoh In the 1nlted States of America are the names suggested Rev Morgan Wood a Methodist minister In addressing the graduating class At the Cleveland College of Pny j Ilk laD and Surgeons said Next to preachers doctors lire tho most Jealous men on earth I place the preaohurs tint for they can be the meanest men on rartb but the doctors come next There U too much of this jealousy The big broadminded man is svldnm so af j9lcted Men got jealous of the men above them Rev W K Arnold Is delighted with his visit to tbo General Missionary Conference at New Orleans Ho saw a jIlroat deal going and coming as well as there Including the president of the United Status and relates In an enter taming manner his observations and r experiences Do says 2000 delegates Iand elx bishops attended iho conference and that tho cause of missions was greatly helped both byword and ac tion On one night alone a spontaneous contribution for the cause amounted to 150000 ono man giving a fifth of It At another session 1000 more was raised making f64000durlng the meet leg The faculty of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Kentucky tho product ot the union of tho Louie ville and Danville seminaries will consist of Rev Dr William H Mar quess Danvlllo Rev Dr Charles It I Hcraphlll Louisville Rev Dr Francis R Beuitlo Louisville Rev Dr C B II Martin Danville and Rev Dr C K Crawford Danville Rev Dr J M Worrall of Danville will bocmorl tus professor The boards of trustees of the Central University of Kentucky and the Presbyterian Theological Sum inary of Kentucky include for the former Drs Hurvoy Glass of Somer II set L EL Blanton Richmond J G Hunter Hurrodsburg J J Pox W C WohhIthe seminary G Hunter L II Blantoo K M Green G K WUcmin and W C Roberts the three last of Danville I A soaks farm has started near Kokomo Ind where snakes by thous Jr ands will bo raised and sold for the oil J snake all being used extensively as v n liniment and for other medical pur poses As the reptiles breed rapidly tho proprietors expect to raise at least 20000 of them annually Tbo snakes mature In a few months and subsist on Insects caught In nets easily grasshop v pert being n favorite food LOW RATES TO LEXINUTON Ac k count Grand Coimnandary Knights Templar the Queen ft Crescent Route will make greatly reduced rates from all points on May 14 and IB good to re turn 17th Ask ticket agents for lull particulars For a stiff neck there la nothing bette- than a free application of Chamberlains 1aln Balm It quickly relieves the stiff peas and soreness effecting a complete I gists cure For sale by Craig Q Hocker Drug Young Men our Illustrated catalogue v explains how we teach barber trade In eight weeks mailed free Molcr liar ber College St Louie Mo- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Twymun Million aged 76 died In Madison Tho jury fees In the circuit court just closed at Danvlllo amounted to over 11200 Dr W C Black of Barbourvllle surgeon of the lid regiment has re signedRichmond Lodge No 74 A 0 U W will give a street fair In that city July 17 18 and 10 A post olllce has boon established at Kdnoyburg Madison county with U M Snyder as postmaster- A report Is current at Barbourvlllo to the ulTect that John L Powers has left tho State for New Mexico Miss Fannlo Icon aged Ill Is dead at at Bryanuvllle of diphtheria Tho die ease Is urcvuluDt In that community The contract for a sewerage system for Danvlllo was let to Patterson Co of Norfolk Va for 2111370 Elide ran as high us 30703 63 Mies Townsend ailed 10 was drown ed near Irvine by the overturning of a skit In which the was riding Two other women were rescued Tho Versailles public school will send 20 representatives to Lancaster to contest In tho Bluegraas Graded School Tournament to be hold May iJ to 25 As Rlabmond has lost her university tho people are thinking of establishing a canning factory although It appears that Danville has already tincanned tho town Cynlblana Democrat According to the last census there bas not been a single death among the school children of Danvlllo during the past year Since last spring the Ito teodano has grown from 013 to 082 Versatile Nlcholasville and Illob moid will each fight to eeoure the loca tion of the now shops of the Louisville V Atlantic Railroad Company which will shortly be oetabllgbed Richmond has the repair shop at present There will be no oounty fair In Whitley tots year on account of Use leek of loittitfel shown bv the inoole for the poet few years Thee grounds have been Md nod will probably be divided Into building low unless a new company Is orJflalaed- Harvey iom aged 60 years a prom local farmer residing three miles from Danville committed suicide by hang lug with a plow line In his tobacco barn Injuries received by falling Into a 40 foot well two months ago are sup posed to have Impaired his mind He was a widower and two grown children survive him Thu Danville Advocate says tbo pike appropriation for tbo coming year is 1600 less than lust year The pikes are getting In excellent condition and not to much Is necessary to keep them In repair Tho Ijscal court ordered an Iron bridge to be built over Doctors Fork beyond Pcrryvllio on the Perry yule J Macksvlllo pike and ono across the west branch of Doctors Fork on a county road W S Klkln Jr formerly of Lancaster Kyi and a son of Capt Tom Klkln of Garrard county who Is In the drug business In Atlanta Ga and Dr Jacobs also u druggist of the same city became Involved In u lively street fight there over business rivalry resulting In salty cards in the newspapers Kl kIn received a cut on tho left side of the face near tho eye and three outs on the side and back of the head those wounds being Initiated with a pair of knucks Jacobs was somewhat bruised und is nursing a black eye uTho Uopklnavllle Kentuckian says of the local asylum scandal Tbo mercy loss manner In which Dr McCormick was gotten rid of and the unseemly haste dUplaycd in sending him away Is strong proof that be Is speaking the truth when ho says ho know too much for hli own good If half that Dr McCormick and his friends say Is true the asylum U reeking with corruption Much of the olllulal misconduct can only bo Investigated by tbo Stato In spector or by tho Legislature eight months hence but the open charges of gambling crapshooting drunkenness und thlns oven worse that are heard on the streets should not bo al lowed to escape tho attention of the Juno grand Jury- ASI1tAINED ANKLti QUICKLY CURE At one time I suffered from a severe sprin of the ankle says Qco K Cary editor of the Guide Washington Va After using several well recommended medicines without success I tried sham berlains Pain Balm and am pleased to Kay that relief came as soon us I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed This remedy hoe also been used in my family for frost bitten feet with the best results I cheerfully recom firstrclass liniment Sold by Craig d Hock er Druggists What most people want is something mild and fccntle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take aud pleasant in oflect For sale by Craig A Hockor Druggists NEWS NOTES L it N earnings for March show an Increase of 101309 Four thousand cbpol buys at Louis vlllc have signed the cigarette pledge William Moore committed suicide at Muncie Ind bojautu bu was too old to workMrs Robert Anderson a farmers wife committed suicide near Carlisle troubjcsSaloons closed Sunday for the first limn In six years hum ono arrest for failure to respect Mayor Reeds order was made and one of the qulblest days fur a long time was the result Seven persons were burned to death in a Chicago tenement The firemen were unable to Jet to the building In time to rescue the inmates owing to a freight train being in the way The crew refused to move It In many portions of Mississippi 50 per cent of the cotton crop will have to bo replanted und In some sections of the State the price of seed is to high that many farmers aro not able to buy enough to make a second planting The hard coal minors In Pennsylva ola aro threatening to organize sort of Coxoy army and march to Harrisburg and remain there until they jot the legislation promised thom It is said that 10000 men will join In the march Tho women of the Southern Memo rlul Association have finally failed in their efforts to secure the coneonluf the war department to remove the bodi lee of Coofcderaic soldiers to Richmond Instoad of having them placed ut Ar lington the war department having refused their request One hundred hands have been added to the force grading the new branch ofI the Norfolk and Western railroad from Norton Va to Pound u hamlet two miles frond Pound Gup on the Ken InIpromoters to line to the coal bells of Boonos ForkI In the netu fnium Mrs Amelia Simpson of SholbI vllle who weighed 610 pounds was burled Sunday A vpeolal collln hud to be made which measured six foci three Inches In length 30 Inches across the bottom three feet deep and three feet wide across the top Tbo combln od wolgbl of the body and the collln was 000 pounds und 10 strong men were hired as pallbearers A derrick was erected at the grave and by means of this the collln was lowered Into the grave The first murder since the establish mcntof the industrial School of Re form at Louisville In I860 occurred chore Sunday when Charles Wash- Ington a government prisoner killed Irwin Moleynr with a baseball bat Both boys were Negroes The body of the dead boy was prepared for burial and sent to his mother at Harrodsburg Washingtons home Is In Knox county and ho was sent to the school by the Federal court for breaking Into the postolllce at Allamont LAND STOCK CROPS ETC S J Kmbry will put in 160odd acres of cornT Prewltt of Boyle sold C50 bushels of wheat at GO- on A Dodd of Wllmorc sold In LoxI ington 28 horses at S102 50IJoe Jordon the Atlanta horse buyorI Is at Bcasley Bros stable today- J K Madden of Fuyctlc owner of the great Hanover stalilon Glonhelm has given C V Gentry n season to that horse and ho will breed his Ana thor oughbred ware to him An enormous quantIty of fruit Is go Ing to waste In Southern California for lack of curs to convoy It Hast The crop was the greatest on record being estimated at from 22000 to 25000 car loads The Ilurrodsburg Democrat reports the sales of n lot of 207 hogs at 5 to 6 15 A Patterson bred three mares ono time each tQ Furrls Powells jack The result was five mulo colts two pairs of twins- Secretary K C Hopper of the La tonla Jockey Club writes Our derby will bo run on the opening day andwe will have six or seven starters In tbo race Tho following la a list of the ellglbles to start Alard Scbcck Sit vcrdale Amur Gaborls Ucrnando Ontollo Grandon Judge Redwlno Juno Gale King Lief and The Purl tan Tho board of trustees appointed for tho defunct Transylvania University has made tho startling claim that about 8300000 of property has been sold Ille gully by Kentucky University and be longs to the old Transylvania Tho land lies on the west side of Grutz Park and it IB claimed as a part of that sub division The old Morgan home own ed by the late mother of the famous Confederate general John Morgan Is Involved also the home of Thomas II Clay A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Balm For ale by Craig dc Mocker Druggists Somerset Her Street Fair Etc Somerset has bad her first und wo predict her lust street fair Allot last week tents containing side shows and museum freaks were stretched on pub lie square but not until Friday anti Saturday did the country people take In the curiositIes The business men donated 8200 to the street fair scheme but had they given the amount to the starving peoplo of India tbo results would have been just about as satisfac tory Trade was scarcely Increased at all and as the attraction people spent very little money PUlaski county Is behind many hundreds of dollars by the enterprise The attractions were generally good while the high diver was excellent The Ferris wheel was a popular scheme to catch dimes and Decoder Smiths Flying Jinny was loaded from early morn till lato at nightDr J M Owens brother In law of Sheriff S M and Mr J B Owens was a frequent visitor to tbo snake eaters den und how tho socalled Egyptian could bite the heads off of the poisonous rattlers mystified him as well as the rest of us The Flying Woman caught Editor F J Campbell and bo Is puz zled to know bow Lunolle speeded through the air as she did Splendid order was maintained throughout the week and to Policeman C C Gllllsple formerly of HustonI yule Is duo a large share of the cred it Ho is a terror to the evil doer and goes after big fisbll as well as min flows Somerset Is moving along smoothly and has about gotten over the effects of thu smallpox siege That and the fall ure of the Somerset flanking Co were severe blowe to the good capital of PUt laskl Very little building la going on now but there is talk of a good deal being doua before fall One of the prettiest stores In Somor sot is that of J E Claunch t Co gaols furnishers and clothiers Mr Clauncn U will ba remembered mar red Miss Mamie Lynn of this place and they have the coziest kind of home In a fashionable part of town Its an wind that blows nobody good Always a solid Institution the First National Bank was greatly bone died by the sudden windup of its com petitor and now that enterprise basIalmost more business than it can attend to Cashier Joseph Gibson UntlOyet but he attends to an Immense amount of business and his judgment In making loans is considered as good as the bestLincoln county friends of Rex Reid would hardly know him now ho has grown so fleshy Ho weighs closo to 225 pounds and Is still or growing There Is no little oil talk In Pulaskl and there aro many who believe oilcan bo found in paying quantities near Somerset A company will soon bo or ganized to make a thorough Investiga Lion M V Owens of Junction City is running n big stave mill near Nancy He has between 100000 and 500000 headings In his yards and has contracts for several million more Mr J G Martin and pretty daugh ter Miss Lllllo aro recent acquisitions to the town and as they aro former Lincoln county peoplo they are well re cored and appreciated In their adopt ed homo Miss Suo Hays sister of Representa tive Kph Hays died Friday and was burled Saturday She was about 40 years old and an excellent Christian ladyThe democratic county committee met Saturday afternoon but nothing of munch Importance was done save that it was unanimously decided that Mr W J Brown should continuo as chairman as long as bo would consent to Tho committee showed Its good judgment In keeping the clover young man and good democrat In harness The republican ticket nominated a few weeks ago will In all probability have no opposition from democratic ranks The rods displayed excellent judgment In the making of It and the democrats realize the Iraposslbllliy of overcoming the big majority and do tenting such good men The colored brother Is dead In it in Pulaski He Is most always given a place on tho grand jury but this year the rnpubllcans honored one of that race by nominating him fur constable Anoihpr eon of Ham Is talked of fur councilman Xr Y Z SOUTHEUN BAPTIST CONVENTION NEW ORLEANS Low rates one tare tbo round trip to New Orleans and return U announced by the Queen ft Crescent Route fir May 7 8 and 0 no count Baptist convention as above Tickets will be on sale ono faro for the round trip Finest trains in South are at the service of Queen L Crescent patrons Ask ticket agents for particu Tare The annual convention of the 11th District Womans Christian Temper ante Union will be held at Montlcello Wednesday and Thursday r o v V = = =v = Ifij we will give you llI i a Itr lt IT PAYS TO TRADE AT fj 1IId Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing I J I liJlIt mILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman DanvIlIBJ LTvT iTd T1TVI i TJ W WdgCrdLCO 0 Mbh t f t r fIj tS9 bMhNMi r Ik Mn tIif T4yrr4 etifyE It Ji4 if t f e 1 M t1 t i OG 0 NEW R1pm 4 2c Every thing now and the latest can always be found with us tlot fIIIe new i Crown i t- Sgare 0 0tStOfJ1 Hat s tyleft The Golf Strqw Hat the Shirt Waht Newest things in Ties especially tIhoYOIk Bow tH PantsrObAll the Novelties are ours as soon they are adopted bv the well j e r dressers t2TTerme Cash + ey 1 211 fire H J McROBERTS aee i of 11yCoriBOYLE NICHOLS O L GOYER j NICHOLS Ec GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We have just received a equippedforOUR RFIPAIRIAG DEPARTMENT It well prepared for tho renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol dtering Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurialmembers and are tIe associations undertakers J S Goode Is the egeni for Lincoln county Phone 175 BmotWMOi NlietlNN A C SNECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed any one of the many parties for jwhom have builded during the 15 years that I have been in business here- I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered ipsOli Buy our Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hayl Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket Fur State Senator GEO T FARRIS For HtprmntatiM MF NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerll GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM I For Gheri9 4M S BAUGHMAN For Assessor M G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN Fur School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON TUB editor of the Somerset Repub can can rest his soul In peace As we understand the matter the eeatletni ho seems to dread has no prevent Intel ton of locating In his midst but be doea intend that the Journal of tbat city shall be the best equipped news paper In all the trountalns of Ken tucky New type and a new cylinder s power press capable of printing tbe whole paper at one impression besides everything needed for a firstclass semi- weeklyr will be added and with Editor Campbell and the substantial men behind the undertaking it will jump at once to be what it has gradual been attaining a power in the lane But Brer Hansford honor brlpnt with your band on your heart do you suppose if the gentleman does decide to live in Somerset that anybody will ever run him Into a cellar You sboul have furnished a diagram with you anonymous flint unintelligible to tbe uninitiated without it One will be sent with this If you think it necessary DR MCCORMICK who has been Ored from the superintendency of the Western Lunatic Asylum for Immoral conduct with a female attendant says bc is not guilty and that he Is the vljtli of a conspiracy The fact that the doc tor now makes counter charges again other attaches of Improper conduct after his discharge which he kept to himself before looks bad and in a measure condemns him There ough to be a thorough investigation of tbe whole pasty business and the Augeai stables cleaned out if it needs it as much as reports Indicate The democratic administration is responsible for the management of these institutions which should be conducted by men ant women above reproach and In a manner that will give the unfortunates the best care and attention and reflect credl on all concerned TUB plan adopted by Mrs Georg Moore a long suffering wife at Au burn If generally adopted would cure the habit of drunken husbands comln home and abusing their wives She endured the stings and arrows of the outrageous acts of the man who had promised to love and cherish her until patience ceased to be a virtue Then the decided on her plan It was to UO to bed with a well whetted corn knife and when the drunken brute came and began to abuse ber to let daylight into his Inaldes With her to plan was to execute and the result is the worst carved husband that ever aroused the sleeping lion In a woman Ho wasnt dead at last accounts but so near it as to leave no doubt of the final gratify log result PRESIDENT MCKINLEY has pacified the South the second time and It is to be hoped it will remain pacified this time This pacification business Is getting mighty tiresome The South has been ai loyal to the Union for 30 years or more as any part of the coun try and would have demonstrated it as fully that many years ago as in the war with Spain Let us hays a surcease of the rot about pacification THE Bourbon News asks Will the editor of the Blue Grass Clipper con fer a favor upon an aesthetic public and change the fold of his paper so that the entire heading will show at the first glance We have been often shocked ourselves at the recklessness of our esteemed contemporary In the matter of folding but hesitated to pro test for fear he might call us something suggested thereby TUB old court house In Louisville Iron which justice more or less tem pered by mercy or otherwise has been dispensed since 1835 has been abon doned aud court will be hold in the r handsome aunex just completed till the complete renovation la made TUB capacity of Lexingtons reser voir will be increased by the addition of 72 acres The average taxpayer will doubtless object to this as a useless expenditure of money More whisky and less water would suit the demand Tin South seems to suffer more than her share of the dreadful catastroph It has not been long since Galvellton was devastated by wind and wave and now Jacksonville the beautiful city 01 the land of flowers Is nearly wiped out by flames which destroyed 148 blocks running 13 blocks wide for over tvo miles Tho government barracks at St Augustine has been tendered tbe homeless for temporary shelter and tbe governors of the neighboring States have sent all the tents at their command to the stricken city whom 10000 people were left with no place to lay their heads The city has been placed under martial law to prevent the vorlC of vandals Contributions are pourli In and this sufferers are being made as comfortable as possible GEN WADE HAMPTON was tendered the poaiotllco at Columbia S C by Senator McLaurin who has been Jhen the Federal patronage in that State for his support of the administration bu the gallant old Confederate and into ruptlble democrat declined with bJ indignation expressed In the remark I thought I had made a reputation to show that I am not for sale McLau ins conduct and expressions have placed him away below par with the democrats who honored him while SenaU Tillman denounced him as an ingra and a traitor McLaurln replied to bls strictures but in such a way as to show he Isafrald of the oneeyed 6 tales ma whose courage Is only discounted by his democracy WHATS the matter with turning tbe whole thing over to Yerkes Not sat hOed with the good paying olllco of collector of his district no felt caltc upon to run for governor and met a Waterloo The administration rewarded his efforts by giving him a better olllco than collectorcommission of internal revenue and still he Is not satisfied He now wants to go to the senate and It Is said bo will be the administrations candidate for that oBlci Is the smooth gentleman formerly of Danville hoping to get abettor tblnl by another defeat THE Courier Journal of yesterday says that ex Gov W O Bradley mad the positive statement that be would not be a candidate for the Senate against Deboe This means that the ixgovcrnor U fully convinced tho there is no chance for the reelection of- a republican and that Deboe can have ill the empty honors he wants Th rental Garrardlte says be Is out of poll tics but when fish seek dry land and lucks refuse to swim we will take hi proposition Into consideration and even then cum grano sails THREE women were arrested in Lex ngton for being in a barroom but Judge Riley discharged them saying a woman has as much right In one as man Exactly the same If however public sentiment was as strong against man frequenting those establishment as women the majority of them would lave to close for want of patro- nagePOLL The administration has decider to educe the army in the Philippines to 0000 men- President McKinley has Informed Mr Krnger that he cannot receive him either officially or unofficially Fagan Dixon fusion candidate for county judge of Christian county be came mentally unbalanced as the result of religious excitement Gov Hogg of Texas has made 33 00000 in the Beaumont ofl boom If he Is the right kind of a man bo will give it all to his three charming daugh ters whose fair names be blasted when they came Into the world by dubbing tbem Ima Ura and Wera Hogg Glasgow Times MATRIMONIAL Jesse R King near Mlllhelm Pa- shot and wounded his bride of two ontha and then committed suicide The couple had quarreled Last week William A Lewis WIl- Sunited In marriage to Miss Mima V llwls in the county of Lewis and the ceremony was performed by Rev Robert R Lewis Mr Henderson Baugb of the nigh land neighborhood is an enterprising citizen who does not let any grass row- under his feet This Is true also in the matter of matrimony for ho has lost no time In getting a now wife to fill the place of the ono recently deceased lie- was married a few nights ago to Miss JeDale Graybeal the pretty daughter of Mrs Mary Graybeal who Is less- tban half as old as bo is We congrat ulate the clever gentleman and excellent democrat on his apparently highly fortunate conquest and hope ho will be as happy as the days are long ADDITIONAL LOCAL IT is said that Eastern parties will build a big stave factory Hustonvlllo THE lon veryremarkable heated spell continues the mercury going to the OOs and farmers are beginning to cry for rain It Is hot dry and dusty TUB L fc N offers another 81GO und trlp rate to Cincinnati Sunday The train leaves the depot hero at 210 A M and returning leaves Cincinnati at 755 p M SEE our big floe of faun 60 to 2 Severance Sons SUN umbrellas end fancy parasols Severance k SonsiTilE examination white tcacbc will be held hero on the lrd Frldayut Saturday In this month Supt Singh ton asks us to announce That force ored teachers will be held a week laterROSESMr Cicero Reynolds ent us up a sample of pie beautiful Mart sohal Nell roses which he has In pro fusion On one bush there were 150 as pretty ones ai mortal eye ever reat ed upon B F ALLEY of Junescion City bad a fine horse stolen two years ago say the Danville Advocate and this week found the animal In possession of Wm Link of Ottcnbolm Link claims ho traded a mule for It I SINCE the fire at our plao wo are prepared to do any kind of blaoksmltl lag hor shoeing and carriage repair that you may ask Buggy work a spec laity Give us vour patronage Wm Daughcrty v Richards It JuDdKT LSu ELTON of Rowland Is very thankful to those who helpe try to save his property at the fire Is especially thankful to the D bridge crew which helped him greatly In saving his furniture VE suppose our correspondents are all down with Spring fever as not a single one of them wrote for this leant We hope the disease will not prove fllI tal with them and that for next Issu some of them will be able to pen a fewI lines To TcmusTbe trustees of the Stanford Female College desire to en ter into negotiation with a good teachI cr to take the prlnclpalshlp of the col lego next session Address at once communications to John Bright Secret tary Board of Trustees Stanford Ky STANFORD IN ITThe faculty 01I Centre College has announced the commencement speakers as follows Ken drlck Alcorn Stanford Harry Best Mtllersburg John Ewing Louisville Allen Gullion CarrolltonBovle Rodesi anvlllc Howard Sullivan Falmouth Benjamin Washer Louisville W G Cramm Wllllamstown M CRAB ORCHARD SlRlNGsA letter from Manager J B Willis of Crab rcbard Springs states that every ihlng is In readiness for guests and the rnspccts are flattering for a big crowd there leut a more delightful summer eeort in the country than Crab Orch srd Springs and It is a wonder to us tbatlt Is not crowded the year round ROLL OF HONOR Mrs Bottle Green ecently closed a pay school at May wood which was very successful The eneral average of her brightest pu ills was Archie Bailey OS Edgar tabanka OS Cora Cash 05 Emma Green 05 Henry Fields 85 Marlon Fields 88 Lawrence Rice 69 Arthur lice 80 Henca Dye 85 Mary Mathe iy 80 Hollis Smith 80 Ernest Marin 80 Edward Green 87 LOST IJY SURVEY For years Mr Sim Middleton has been paying taxes on his farm near Crab Orchard for 105 acres Last week he bad a chance to- sell the place at his price but tbe ouldbo purchaser demanded a survey Mr Cicero Reynolds was employed to do the work and he found after a careful running of the lines that there are only SO and a fraction acres just a little more than half what It was supposed to contain Tbe sale was icrcforq declared oil JUNCTION CITY Junction City mer cbants say they have experienced a ether quiet time during tho fine days tbe past week The bank Is no long- r a thing of doubt Dirt has been broken for building and the promoters say at 0 oclock on July 1 the doors of- tbe Junction City Bank will open for lelnoas Gus Miller Is president and M B Ransdall cashier Tho directory eludes Messrs Wm Trosper W A J 1l Kenne Nat Curry Georlre Schmidt George H Hocker und R 3 Martin all good men and sohd citizens The lot purchased JUst opposite W A Reynolds dr- uItorea pretty and convenient loca- tlon Will Jones brother of J T Jones of Stanford has about complet d a storeroom with rooms above Ho Ie undecided as to what bo will do with It The stores of Junction City most use the new aerllght and the light rnlshed discounts electricity or gee I Burke Bros say they run their three lI its for tbe small sum of 35c per- week An effort JI being made to get telephone exchange and It looks now- like It will boa go Mrs Sarah JHull ooralngton III is with her son Mr I C Hull at the Trlbble House THIS AND THAT John Adams killed Fill Nickell In rgan county IxClrcult Judge B F Buckner lied at Winchester aged CO May corn dipped from 58 cents to 50 In the Chicago market yesterday Among the prisoners captured by the Brltlsb In South Africa are 20 Amerl cansBurr Volres an extensive poach owor of Trimble county sold his entire prospective crop at 25c per bushel His Eminence winner of the Louis vllle Derby won the Clark Stakes tbere yestrday Puritan was second and DrUcoll Glonmore distillery one of the largest in the State located at Owensboro was sold yesterday to James Thompson Bro of for 250000 SuGh Fl SIaufltcr I t J Was never Known in Stanford as the tremendousIcut in prices at th- eThe Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale I tt A DAILY RUSHConti- nues t rand the many bargains cause it Lay in yoursupply before it is too late 444441444444444 DomesticsO- ne big line of Calicoes worth 6c only 3c our closing out price Beat brands of blue Caicoes 6c quality closing out priced and lie Yard wile bleach colton 7jc quality coulng out prlre 4Jc Yard wide brown cotton Rooster brand to close out at 4c- Atnoskeagapron ginghams G quality go at 6c per yar- dMattings and Carpets 1000 yards uniting 15c quality to close out at lOc i er j aril 1000 ymrils cotton chain matting 85o quality to close out at 25c Remnants In matting to go at your ivrn priceIDont forget our line of carpets to close out at 10 to 49c per yard r a on Oh So J25 chanced bands at Le crosse Wis for 812000 A fish near had his bead blown oil while uiln the Isaac Hall the last member of Quan trills band living In that part ot tbe State is dead In Nelson county lawyers decide that Gov Beckham is eligible for another term as ho was only elected to fill out one Locked In ouch others arms Mr and Mrs J H a newly married couple suicide at Chicago As It Is three months till the nex grand the pool rooms and other have opened In full blast In Vie want all the wool In Lincoln count and will pav tbe highest price for It Can at J IL Ward S Coi Stable In Stanford for sacks BOONE k GENTRY JB Prop Make and keep constantly on hand UK best of Flour Meai ShltHtuff Bran Chick 3u Feed Ac 1rlcei very reatonable CUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kcnncdr Miller J H E And Sale llrucei Uia eianl Dejot St Stanford New and itjll h Turnout Hal rca onable Special attention to truitllng ulMmtn Hurvi ought and told on cvuimlwlon Single fKtli 30c lily We IHlehts No lillchM on puMIe day food attention given all stock left at our stable bone M The Fine Mule and Jennet Will make of at Ilonnr Dale 9 milt from Danrille on the lIaUTllle and Stanford uroptltr atM to Insure a tiring rolt Manor due rbrn roll coair or mare It parted with anti a lien ealned on molt until tfuon money U paid lie la with white lnUJlhe years old 183 Sired by lit darn by Imp Baler 2d dam by lug Heck hr Col Hand id duo Ifni hy lttack Sampiou Col one of the flntttlathe II T litSll King Kiiple Is IS bund anti three Inchm sigh dark bay with heavy mane and tall 1001 all too gulls with plenty of speed nnd action Sired by Royal Klnp lit dam Eagle Illrd il dam Linn and dam fiords Dunmiirk hu by Millers Denmark 4th dam Jim Hull lIng Is n full brother to tho rout Sliver IUng and Alllo 0 tho grout how mare that aold for IOOO mug En Ilel 3d dam U the dam of Minnie lloyd the coat show mart that Matt Cohen won every hero with ire 1M 0 and sold for 8600 King Eagle will make the present season 01 1001 at my stable I j miles West of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at thin low rico ot 10 to A Colt Mare traded or parted with forfeits In emcee and money becomes duo at tho time of arch transaction Will also stand the noted mule Jack Hilly Icene at es to Insure a living cot S T IIAIIUIS STANFORD KY 444444444444444444Shoes A big line of later shoes In small sires to co e out at doe n pair One lino ladles 12 and f0 shoos to closeout at 6f One lot of children school shoes worth double tho money go at 48- cMiscellaneous 800 dozen pearl buttons worth 10 and Ifa por dozen only fie 3 spools bout machine thread for 100 300 yards fancy worth lOo now to close out at 2W dozen mens linen cellars worth 15c to sell out at 16c qualltr to olwc alOo Mens seamless black sox go at Oo 31enl heavy gray anti mixed cotton sox at Sc a pair 144444444444444444r r t too pair mens and buys cotton Were ted pants worth fl reduced to ISc 300 pairs Hoyt clirvlul vrnntcd anti cAMimoro tine pants made to sell at reduced to S6c 100 mens suits male to tell at no6Oei 1105 have 12 dlflcront colors to select r 76 boys salty regular J2 quality to close out at MODH extra Anermtom made salts at 1095 87AO and 076 worth double tho money ifi Kid ALMOST GIVKN AWAY at Lndlos kid gloves II quality to 40o Ooo Jot of 50o oor otn to claw out at 2e Pink blue drab and white hort waist corsets to close at 4Sa 44444444444444444044144444444044 4444444444444444444 Such slaughter was never in Stanford and get your spring suit at half pricetdynamiter Catlcttsbur explosive Frankfort Halporln committed gambling establishments Lexington WANTED McKinney Mills MoKinnoy Ky WARD CO Livery Feed Stable Ja- ckBlack CloudtheWaton MlckjCk handy- reeltogjackm country KING EAGLE style hornughbredNOTK Insure Living webbing 6c- lonllupellllrt Great Clothing Sale Ladies Gloves elOilcI TCoqualtr prices known Come WOOL Roller McKINNEY CLOTHING it- 1J Our Spring Stock of Clothing contains all of the Newest Shades PatternsWe suits for Men Boys and Children Come to us for your Spring Clothing Hats Furnishings and Shoes We will save you money Cummins McClaryIr Housecleaning Time II When Springs fresh verdure and the earlyiprimrose and violet on the lawn shames your old carpet and makestyou revolt at is time that the soul r longsfor 4I fresh for her floor cover selling styles in and mattings at such prices is the best lowisecure them Look at our Fine Furniture Wall Papers Picture Frames arpets Rugs EtcIW W Withers Stanford fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL tsSTANFOIID KY T MAY 7 1001 I Tltv non tho Judjro Tuft cigar fop a cholco smoke at Pennys Drug Store Outif prescription work la unsurpass PonaysDrugJ otNIMils W M DIUCIIIT ill 0 V GBNTUV went to Lexington yesterday Mil WM DUUTOS U roitltij easy t this morning SlIHltlFK M OWKNB was In Sam er ot last week Miss EDNA OAMNITZ of Iluitonvlllot was with friends here W IL PKTTUS worked several day for Agent J S Hloo hero t Mils J1 ALVKUSON Is with Mn Mattlo Alverton at Richmond MIL AND MRS J II UAUGIIMAN spent several days In Louisville Mil AND Mils WILL SnvntiANOK r nnMilrodsburir aro y lulling relative hero MIBS UHILK HOOT of Danville ipent several day hero with friends L MHEED CAUTKH who has been r ffor several wicks U rapidly Improving t TllKuRed Mr Samuel II helm o Turnertvlllo section continue very 1tboMiss fJOLLII McKoliBltTS wont to LouUvlllo yesterday to upend a few dayMils I N UOWLINO of Plnovlllo f It tho guest of bar father Mr Munro- Curtis hilts S P Hoiilirrr or Blooming I ton III is visiting relatives In thin Bounty MllS T Li CAnrasTKK and son i JOIIIO of IlutODvllIo wore bare yes r r l CordayaMllS RICIIAHI Coilti Jit who has been visiting In Ulonmond returned i Saturday Mils M O TAVNBH of MeKlnnoy spent snreral days with bill parents at Somerset MllS WILL H SHANKS will enter I Thursday tats tho Fancy Work Club at 210 P M Miu W T STONHwenlto Livingston r yesterday to put up a taw mill for a MinkIJ UltOOKH and wife of Cra Orchard spent several daywit friends at Nloholauvlllc FltANK WAIID of Hut Dernitudt I punt several days with hls brother J II Ward the liveryman wonieamo up Tuesday to the guest of rel ative hero lllchmond 1antairrnph pricese a t paufcngur on yesterdays Louisville train KD McUAHTY of Klncsvllle was hero yesterday tolling his friends 6 uadat byo preparatory to going to Oklahoma to locate Die A S Platt II spending tho week with his mother In Garrard He hope to bo able to bo at his olSIco by Monday next Mits JAMES DKVHUS of the Wen god I attending the bedside of her t niece Miss Kalberlno Wleber who U with pneumonia J S OWSUiY Sn was In town Saturday for tho first time In six I months Ho has boon conflncd to his room during that time with orysipol of tho foo- tJuixuI t W G DUNLAl1 of Loxln ton was hero on legal business yeeto NewIu company In a quick silver mine In t California MHSSKB It II ANU W A Purr s left yesterday for Oklahoma and nth points In tbo West They think th locate around Perry O T b hthey friends hero and elsewhere hope will not TUB following young folks chnper T onnd by Mr and Mrs J P Cummins went out to Ottonholm Sunday and enjoyed u delightful dinner with Mr C I C Coney of the Southern rallro corps Misses Ella May Saundors 1Sulo Saunders Fay Hates Mlnn ft Woods Georgia Lewis Linda Tuck- id J and Llzzlo Jones and Moesrg W f Saunders and Vest Chancellor CALS Low prices on shingles A C Sine FINE candles just received at Warren It Shanks C NICK things in ladlcdl underwear nd hosiery just received J P Jones W O SiHKU Is beautifying his place of business with paper and pal ntcry PASSION PIAYThe famous Passion Play will bo presented at Otlonhcltn Sunday next for the benefit of St Sy- v vector church Admission adult l5o children 15c AHTHUlt UAUIUS colored was placed In jail yesterday for shooting Into r Hcttlo Ulaukenehlvje house In Map vlllo Ho claims was shouting at another darkey but one of tho two rshots tired camo very near hitting ono of the above womans children rD KID Gloves at Severance ft Sons nmdWOVENA C Sloe RAHK Bargains In Samplo harness Cull and sec J C McClary jSwisiuHBEAU tho advertisement of James tbo Ilustonvllle merchant In an her column Go to Jones for ni footwear Ho carries the beat things mado for men women and childrenaRuMBMHKll that our terms aro cash Low cash prices on feed of all kinds J II IJoughman it Co B IL UKAZLKY has ell Wai vitansa JunnualSOMK swell style In Hunans Patent Ideal kid shoes for ladles and gentle mon just opened J P Jones STHtlKlthauramuvI Invite her customers to call on there SALK A Glass of Dauvllle hall bought of Grccnberry Hrlght tho co tago ami 10 acre of ground on Dan vlllo Avenue occupied by Joseph flog fors for 200- 1Vnuuiso IliKSEXTS A beautiful assortment of goods suitable for w SIiemlltona iilwayaHio i3AILVMr Josh Jones Is build Ins on hl8 farm on the Knob Lick pike what will bo one of the largest and tcoit convenient barns In tho county Mr Jones Is an up todato tarmac and believes In having things just right him jltFosterfor u handsome IDroom dwelling on his farm The alto ealactal Is lust In front of the old Paxton yard and Is a very pretty one Indeed Judging Iron the amount of clone hauled ho In leads making the foundation as firm a the rock of ages SllOTA HOKSB A Yurburggwas s trial on it warrant sworn out by anoth behb him with hootlul and maiming his horse Yarburgg admitted that he eho tho animal with a load of bird shot an corn altar numerous attempt to keep him out of Holds and tho judge held Ths RICK Mm Margaret Rice mother of Mr Joo S Rico of this place died at Richmond Friday aged 75 She was tho widow of Thomas Rico and was tho whoseaJQ ra year a member of the Christian Richmond and until she was too Ithfirm to walk was efromwoman and her splendid example In church and homo Is deserving of emulation After a beautiful service tho home of her eon Judge II C llicaby Rev McClelland Saturday a torso number of friends followed t remain to cdeadwith lowers among which was n ban some desist sent by tbo Elks of tin city ueflit JONKS INVENTION Dr R A 9urth n n manufacturing firm for b Invention which Is tho subject of much favorable comment In dental elrcl just now It It an improved Dental Anesthetizing Appliance which prom arItaa to bring the genial doctor teutInstrument Is to torte cocaine or some anesthetic Into the tooth to tho nerve can bo extracted with lltt- or no pain Many n dueler has worked on such an instrument or appliance without avail and Dr Jones success in tho matter stamps him as a leader Ih witadpiaC0nd orand wo our townsman w soon bo drawing a big royalty To UANO JUNK 10Geno Montgom cry convicted at Danvlllo of murder log his fouryearold daughter for tbo purpose of securing 5ti life Insurance Will sentenced to bo hanged June 10 The prisoner seemed stuplfled when brought Into court and did not seem to be able to understand what was gel on around him Tho court had to ox plain three or four times what was about to bu done and when Montgom was asked If he tied any reason why he should not bo sentenced boon y replied that ho was going to tako tho 1coca to the court of appeals niB at tornoJs appealed the coon A toes witness has appeared who says she didI not testify because she was afraid of Montgomery She says sho was pass Ing the house aud saw Montgomery throw the child across the room hitting Its head against the doorpost killing It This fully confirms the clrIcurostanital evidence that secured tho conviction New patterns In wash silks now cloths and chovlots Severance INSANE Mrl Lucy Lane who lives near Highland was adjudged insane hero yesterday and sho will bo taken Lakeland Asylum today Sbo spent while in an asylum 17 years ajjo THOSE contemplating going lo Oklahoma or other points West might well o to see P D Blackman of the Cbootaw Oklahoma Gulf Railroad who will bo at tho St Asaph Hotel al2 oclock next Monday afternoon IN POLLMr FrankSnyder adjuster for the London and Liverpool nnd Globe ono of too companies rep resented by Mr W A Tribble alter Edgefull amount of the policy held In that company 11000 and recommended lie payment The other 1000 le In the CuledonluqhUSaJURYTwo men who nlood out fur 21 years saved Dun Pope win killed John Baker from being iho third man to gel the death penalty at the Danvlllo circuit court which closet truebe farm there was but one acquittal and that was for grand larceny Two men were sentenced to death and six war tent lo the penitentiary CLUIIIIRD YEIIKKS Pollceman Putrhannon le undergoing u trial berore too police commUslnera at Lcxinglon for clubbing Lovell Yerkes a sot of John W Ycrkcs It seems that while Yerke was walling for a lady to como auto the theatre the night of tho Jef arson performance persisted In crowd ins the police who had been stationed there to prevent a jam Yerkcs says that tho olllccr struck him tour film with his stick ad Shannon lays Ye kcs attempted to draw a revolver on and that In the scuflle rosulLln shoving the crowd back his JU- ly merely fell on Yerkoj COMEDY AT HUSTONVILLB The pupil of Mrs A II Roberuona aloe tlonary slues will give an entertain went at Alcorn Opera House Hus tonvillo next Friday night 10th will be the four act comedy enlists- 1opisp Turvy Tho play was given at Darvlllo May 2d with so much sue tees that It will be repeated The Is composed of tho best local talent ob tainablo and includes many who have Dinglnald8 won a number of medals and a the bolder of a diamond ring woo at Lancaster last year Mr Juno Hunter soother per former lathe holder of the declama lory medal given last Friday by Cant College Mr W G Cram who take the part of too deacon represented Centra College at the Lexington con test April lath General admission 25 reserved seats We NORItEDIsatProwl E L Grubbs ad fun with the graded school nibs Saturday On his own motion c ho put up aa opposition ticket to the ono being voted for and announced that after 4 oclock arrangements hud teen mado to have a gutllelent force rrive and elect It Tola scared the Immediateh0nod ono buggy and wont allda tat the suttees of his ruse Prof Grub ba went home and neither he nor promised torte appeared again but wild eyes warn kept skinned for them till the last moment On too advice of Isthe attorneys or those who oppose the tax they generally refrained from vou eslag sad tho result was as follows Clc ero Reynolds 78 George L Penny 78 Dr J G Carpenter 7 HC Ruploy T CoThishC Is company that Mr A A Warren le try del1oat 1 traditions hut wo are over a hugo res crvolr of both oil und gas There was nn upheaval in tho St Asaph rocks be ind Severance C Sons warehouse a upheavalstnear Traylora distillery It la allo Ilsaid that there was a long time ago near tho Main and Lanoaeter street terser of tho court house a well of tho finest sulphur water which finally camo so Impregnated with oil aa t make It unpalatable while Judge Carson say oil on isle well la often tout In the mornings Mr J R Alford to that years agono on his placo nc agtown bo has skimmed many a bpttlo of oil oil a pond and sold it at good prices When tho water company was Lost near tho plant Jail was struck whlcb- carno with much torte and burned day and tight for n lung limo Thorn sect to bo Bulllclont possibility of big results to warrant an Investigation and It will bo mado aa sees ns 300 shares at S10 a secured A Chicago man who took a share and Iii highly enthusiastic over the prospect cape that ho can coal placo the other 100 when 200 are raised hero Tho paper ia nt Warren Shanks and all who want a sharo help the development can subscribe Thorn may be millions in it and all Oitsua may bo happy yet you bet NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUBEESHPrflri JUNCTION CITY KY PintOla Turnouts nt Reasonable Rates SpecIal Attuotlnn to Traveling Men Grain and Hay Bale JUST LIKE A MILL OeorgolIohnewill be Rind to give you flour meal bran lilrttuir Ac fur your wheat and corn Olvo branto Itlatown and I tract you will give me n liberal share of your piitronupe I retail Hour and Imeal nt prices The flour and nro mnde at ton 1nrtnent teller Mill ut Hun lord I well corn by the feed or bushel MOItHIS KIIKU II Iatterson mnnnger of Crab Orchard xchange CUSTOM EXCHANGE MILL Crab Orchard Ky theIlIrkvlIl Cruboc oxhangeOr sell Hour rnonl feed chicken teed Ac fthanOldFashioned Burr Stone Meal IhljIUrrI0l respectfully nsk a continuance of same ualltynndBEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE ITheJ M Jhllllp property corner East Slain Rtreetnnd Avenue In Stanford will bo divided Into eight lots and sold nt public auction at oclock pm SATURDAY MAY 18 I9OI Three of tho lots are and eaIsxloO and front on Main street The lot 7rToxlflH and all of them are desirable Mat SKThe will bo offered separately and then n s fTEItJISIS months Lien retained J H 1HILUIS Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Millsi STNFJEDd K7 MOKRIS FRED PjtormrroR 9tI desire to announce to too public that I am ready to do any and nil kinds of grind Ing and that I wIll stall times tarnish the best of Flour Meal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest price and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very boat results Dont forget me yourr SWEET WILLIAM This fine mule jack will mako the present season at S7 to Insure a Living Colt Sweet William Is 1511 handt high sired StIralIn e Black Hawk Our past experience ns mnlo dealers war jackIattostIP ii SONS Stanford EAGLE BIRD t0BAUULe STALLION highYCt KIMI KAOLE winner of 40 Illue Ties searshlbooking your mores lie will make the prevent season nt Taos L Daughtnnns place miles from Danvlllo on the Luncas fur pike At no To Insure a Live Colt Will also stood a firstclass MULE JACK at 87 to Insure JOHN S 1IAUOHMAN Danville Ky OGDENSBURG8787 Record S28J4 trial 2J by Mnmbrlno Intcbcn will make the present agseason at my farm at SIO to Insure a Living Colt OJdollsburg Is R One Individual wit pln- I or speed and action Thu pxrople know whnt a breeder bo U nnd will advantage of the low price at which ho stands Will also gta d a lino jack srtS to Insure youonckStanford Ky Flowers No 25031 Will mate the season of at 107 stable near TiirntmUle ColtoMower Is a lay horse hand high bind fret IytardidFlorida11a9Iw1toruren0rI 2 = t lee Wilkes lira ol 230 performer nnd dams of Second dam Lady eats data of Nellie by Hills Vermont lire of usenet 22ngand Mrcral others Third dam Kate own Muter to Faiinle Jam of eten In the list by Klnkra ls St Lawrence Fourth dam Ilremli thoroughbred thedthat of tlllls termant- KiuitealsStLawrence andthoronghbtedand he oarrlriMiwrceutoftliebloodofllambletonlan InreAs an Indltldiial he li equally treat harln plenty ol substance and sedan With cowpan theIr notialnlughebaa bown a2rgilt over lthall tulle track Cleveland illicit Jack with while falnu1s16 hinds Sired ImptoJacksInat the small sum 018 insure a living troll will also make the season at my stable nur TurncriTlUe 0 CAltTKlt 3 The M Waist t tbollODYolhersFiitsr That nil strain is carried from the shoulders and not from the neck and arm holes ns in other wniste- SKCOND IJolh tho neckand Drill holes nro finished with a durable and t hnndHoino edging which will wear much better than the crochet finish used on other wl1i t- sTuuuiW ide topes at side to fasten Lose supporters to which with tho tllhysteln of taping carries the strain of the stockings from the shoulder- sFOtILTllThe M waists cost no more than inferior ones JOHN P JONES Stanford 1Ihave collected all the Ilddi and Childrens j o1IerinjIi Of which wo have only a few of each and are them a- tCUT Ir PRICES workmanshipThey9 Them Dont see our line iI RttaktQQ- t 1 i IiEiNABOTH 10OI6 2l7Kand321theJr by Hamblctonlan 10 slruof Dexter 2ili Third dam Jessie Sayre by trottersalsoEclipse 4 thebloodWill Stand at 15 to Insure n Living Colt HAPSBURG 509 Wonderfuly5 Imp by County King 110 2nd dam by Champion of England566 3rd dam by Ilarnaby 670 4th dam by Orand Turk 138 ClevelandHayactionCanbreed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will Stand At t10 To Insure R Living Colt 8forremovedeJ K BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky James Fryes Great Carpet Sale HUSTONVILLE I will sell for the next few days ONLY the best quality of two ply ail wool carpets at 50c a yard former price C5c to T6o Jute and wool at Uoc worth i3c Finest quality cotton chain matting Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at I0c worth 15c All new goods and la lest patterns Como al once if you want a carpet I cant stand It long at a tune 1 nm no millionaire Other merchants will tell you This Is A Lie but you como and see for yourself JAS FHYE Iluotouvlllo r THEN Hatioa1 Weekly Investment Co 1J CORPORRTEO Presents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address Secretaryr73 East Short Street Lexington Ky K t tTHE INTMORJOURNAL lrgbySab aTUSatyaaeLFsSdapw- i 1 PER YEAR CASH r wWhen not sopaldsaOO will b charged i Entered n the pottOfflce at Stanford 01 ttonddatt maUer ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer o- fBRICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement ccWrite For Prices A Se PRICE 11 SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Omoeov UcRoberU Drug Start the Owdey I UalldlDf R A JONES DENTISTStanford Icy Office over ITelephone BEAZLEY HAYS VNDERTABERSi Furniture OZattingSRuiS And Wall Paper Theywill Exchange Furniture for all of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J G MCGbMY SLY LY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dealeor In HARNSSS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky TH- EQueen ar CrescentRoute 0 In 18 and Its connecting the Pan Arnerican Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov lat 1901 Exrarslonratca andipccUl train service will l o announced later The lAn American tho greatest American Expos Won since tho World8 Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway II I NIAGARA mlnuteffl1iioJ Free Reclining Chairs Ie0hIaootoc La n n Iokc 1iIObONC I lines to TO WHOM IT MAY CONGER Webereby state that the DIM Plow sold by U S Carpenter Is Just as far upr01rt the II OUver Chilled as the superior to the cradle W O OOWAN J S ooonE S M OWENS PRUITTBROS MOKELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Liver H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky- Goods Warranted IIFitGuaranteed Give Him a Call FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on hand ane for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager ADAMS FISTULA CURE Manufactured by J W Adams k Co Paint Lick Ky Is a guaranteed sure cure for horses and mules Flstuli Pallevll Swlnney Scratches Saddle Boll lard and Soft Enlargements Greasy Hee Distemper Ac For sale by W D lcRob jrts druggist Stanford M K Humphro Liberty O M Thompson Klngsvllle A Caldwell Br mtsTllIo Ky F It ComptonMllledgevllfi leo K Jeter Mlddlcbnrg lure Turnersvlllo J II Vanhook McKIn leyFIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Coital Stock S50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution originally Mtabllihei ai the De otltBanknr Stanford la 1558 then reorganized the National Dank of Stanford In 1865 andagai organized aathe Fin National Bank ol Stanfor n 1182 has had practically an uninterrupted ezlit nee for 41 years It Is better supplied now wit LCllltlei for transacting buiines promptl j and rally than erer before in its long and honoisb career Accounts of individuals fiduciaries and individual solicited DIIKCTOSS F Reid Lincoln Cv JW Harden Stanfui T Barrli 8n Baughman J S Rocbr TP JIIII- WP Walton W A Trlbbll J U ColllerCrab Orchd Jas Roblnton Hubble DEImore Stanford orricaas J S Hork r President J J McRaberti Caibln incoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock f100000 licensor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Compan and under same management continu ously for Si Years olioits Your Bank Account aping such builnMi relatloni will prey malua beneficial and plea + Dill CTORS J B Paxton J8 Owiler Sr JN Mcntfee A W Carpenter W iL Cummlnl- J E LyonS hank J F Cub J JI OvilCT OFFICERS S II Shanks President I II Owsler Cashier W M Urijrht Asst Cash Drs Slain PhillipsO- STEOPATHISTS VIII be in DanTllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays VIII be In Stanton Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday Office In the Innla ton UulldlDgStanford lice hours 9 to i to r u OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed by Dr A T Still of Klrtsrllle Mo on the Inclplesof Anatomy and 1hyslology for Its rel- ulte It requires no faith no drug no rubbin- geuriealolenllonaalit claims nfogsuperg taut Osteopathy views nun as a machine of so many part lu keynote Is adjustment When all parts are properly adjusted and not overworked health II the result- Someottha diseases treated us Nervous rostratlon Headaches Neuralgia Ilheumatlsm- atarrb Weak Kyrt Granulated Lids Uollre Constipationliesacb and Intestinal troubles Ulseasea 0 none ad- J Inls gplnal Curvatures DlalocatloneHtIfJolnta lnoontloence or Urine Locomotor Max ealewd Diseases a specialty Consultation GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist r For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed v1 Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains xYL nt rdalG x r trrwaa = r NEWS NOTES All grades of relined sugar have been advanced lOc per hundred pounds Christian county sold 875000 turf pike bonds to a Chicago firm for 190 110 Aa a result of Mrs Nations work aU saloons in Kansas City have been ordered closed on Sundays The longest continuous run on a rail way train In Europe is that from Paris to Constantinople 1021 miles In 641 hoursTwo children bf Albert Gill colored were cremated iota fire which destroy cd his cabin In the outskirts of Lex InRtonDnrin the iasi century 400 bumai lives 8100000000 and 200 ships hay been lost In fruitless efforts to Und tbe North pole The town of Rockland Mass cole butted a return to licensed saloons after being dry two years by ovorybqd going on a big drunk The beat was so Intense in Plttsburi Friday several factories decided to close down to prevent further prostra tlon among employes At Louisville Calvin T Hunt was awarded a verdict against the L N railroad for 810000 damages for the losll of one leg and an arm Armour it Cos beef house one or the largest buildings at the Chlcagi stock yards was damaged by names and water to the value of 8100000 The First National Dank of Chlca go and Duke Farson took the entire Issue of 8170000 4 per cent Allen county Ky i bonds The purchasers wore given a commission of 35000 The school census of Lexington howl white children 4010 colored 2239 a decrease from last years census of 373 white and 1270 colored children A total falling off of 1043 A new census was ordered Civil government was established In Manila Friday us a preliminary to the Inauguration of a general civil govern ment Municipal Government for Ma nila will shortly be created The pop ulation as Sjhown by the census Is 2B 732 The building In Chicago of a 3100 temple to the memory of Robert G Ingersoll In which the teachings of tho orator and atheist shall be perpet uated Is tbo purpose of tbo Ingersoll Memorial Association just Incorporat ed at Springfield For use In the Boor war the British lave bought In the United States 100 00 horses and mules while 824000000 represents the amount spent by John Bull among his transAtlantic cousins ror live stock and provender since the outbreak of hostilities In South Africa The saloon keepers at Moundsvllle W Va formed a combine when the city council raised the license from S300 to 8500 and opened one big saloon In which they aro bartenders and share the profits In proportion to tbo business lone by each In the proceeding year The city stands to lose 83000 a year by tbe change and saloon keepers expect to save this and more by reduction of eats and running expenses The entire business and much of tho esldenco section of Jacksonville Fla was destroyed by Ore The Windsor and St James Hotels are among the loted buildings which proved easy prey for the names Dynamite and aid from iclgbborlng cities proved of no avail 10 checking the progress of the flames vhlch were aided by a high wind parks being carried some distance and Ightlng other fires on shingle roofs Several lives wore lost and 10000 peo lie made homeless Loss 815000000 A foot of snow fell Saturday In Colo radoTbo National debts of the world ag grcgate more than 830000000000 Richard Redhead who wrote tbe music for Rock of Ages died at Loi donLondons latest census shows 453001 population double that of the who State ot Kentucky While Insane Mrs George Rankli of DCS Moines Iowa brained ber daughter with a hatchet Charles Gaskin the Negro who stat cd James Ryan to death at Fleming burg has been caught at Charlcstoi W Va The National Cash Register Work at Dayton 0 employing 2300 men Ie shut down because ot a strike over the discharge of four men The Owensboro Messenger says And yet we have to spend 818000 to complete that St5030 olcctrlo llchi plan that has already cot 873000 and lllol ore every wet night A now bank hay been organized t Dradlordsvlllc with a capital stock of 815000 the majority of the stock bear held by citizens of that town It will begin business about Sept 1 Williamson Grlmmet was aesaeelni ted at his homo near Huntlngton W Va Ho bad been Instrumental 10 having a tough gang Indicted and It III believed that some ot the indicted ooe8 fired the shot The mammoth Stattler Hotel with Its 13 acres of sleeping rooms thre miles of balls 230 employes and die lag room with a seating and feed ID capacity ot 5000 has as a guest ono visitor to the Buffalo PanAmerica ExpositionA who had committed an assault on a white woman al Rodcssa Texas was given the choice of being led to the railroad track for the car to grind him to pieces or to jump a bridge at a rope1 cod Ho fromI tad was soon whore the bad go Heart broken on account of the raclc death ot his sweetheart George J Janock of Chicago sought relic nom his grief by sending u 38 inllboi inlet through his right temple while tending beside the grave of his dud weetneart who was run over and killed by a train HOW d ISIS DONE The first object in life with the Ameri can people U to get rlrh the second how to regain good health The tint on- be obtained by 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