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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ia SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 17 1901 9AM xn 24 NEWS NOTES The Increase of tho L Na taus for the year Is Sl032701 earnI Robert Dedman aged 69 and a prom- Inent farmer of Woodford Is dead Harvey U Young tho famous land ecape artist died at Colorado Springs The reorganized army la composed r 77287 moo of tho lino and a stall of 21i- 83 Alter cutting hit throat E J Casal dy of La Crosse Win eel fire to blsl clothing JPour lives were lout by the burning f of the steamer City of Owonsboro at Calhoun Corn King Phillip forced May corn up to COo Wednesday the highest price elnce NlntlmlnorL i wore killed and three fatally Injured by an cxploilon at olrmln ton Va Robbers blew opon tbo vault of the Hart County hank at Munfordvlllo and iccured 13000 or moro City Marshal Clark of Williams town fell and broko bli leI while chas ing an alleged murderer Fire destroyed 052 buildings Inolud log 190 shops at Brest Rutila causing a loss of nearly 111000000- Uesplto a plea of Insanity a jury at Topoka um hat found Mrs Nation guilty of wrecking a saloon Because his sinter had been Insulted James Smith shot and killed Sam Beard also colored In Louisville Out of every three persons struck by lightning two recover and tbo third ono never knows wbat etruck him lion S D Stokes was acqultlvd at Williamson W Va of killing Rev J J Wobl u Pre bytorian preacher Edward Cudaby or Omaha says ho will doublo tbo 2fi000 reward for tbo 4 capture of the kidnaper of his eon It is claimed that New York police captains pay from 118000 to 125000 for their jobs and make 100 per cent a year Clarence Rose a postal clerk of Ful ton Ky was killed In a wreak on tho Illinois Central railroad near Hazel pburet Miss At Kvcrett Wash a boy committed suicide because bo bad been rural r manded by his father Ills father then killed hlraielf After careful computation Father inlaw Zimmerman has ascertained that his daughter has married a delictir of just 81850000mMemorial services were hold at the grave of May Collins a prominent ad vocate of Infidelity In the Lexington cemetery Sunday Burglars entered tbo Tblclbar shoo store In Peoria III through a sky light broko Into the safe and secured about 10000 In cash The late George Q Cannon exmem i ber of Congress from Utah left a will In which bo made liberal provision for his four widows and 33 children Strikers ditched acar being run by nonunion men at Albany N Y knocked tho motorman senseless and t blockaded the streets for two squares sweetrMandlln IS of Paducab shot at bor f Blx times and then committed suicide The outing of tho Kunlucky Press Association will likely be postponed to the first week In August It Includes a visit to Plkon Peak and Salt Lake City r Fifteen persons sis whlto and nine colored lost their lives by tho sinking of the eteamer City of Paducah at Drunkhorst Landing III on Sunday night Last year the coinage of gold In tho United States amounted to 107037110 bringing the total of gold coined from the foundation of the mint to 82147 38113II Lexington Democrat says that In t I the band of Uyplcs camped therep fthere are 28 women and 22 babies Thor baby is six mouths old and the l youngest two days Thomas Stokes of Princess Anno Va Is hunting with a shot gun for his son In law John T Ward who do berted Ins wife aged 18 und eloped with her sister aged U JCUlhman Quarrier hue resigned his je position all controller of tho L N railroad to take cllcct June 1 Ho re urea from active business life after a ftierVlce of 10 years with the road Tho exports of the country during April 1001 showed an Increase of 32 OWOOO over the same period of lust year whllo the exports for the past 10 month have Increased 8J55r 58 pA rato of ono faro plus 92 mentbo- ship fee for the round trip IOd be granted tho National Educational A8 sedation from all parts of the United j States und Canada with provision extension of tickets for return un- Sept Tbo army of the Tennessee Assocla JlroIt boldler in Arlington cemetery h Ington The removal of the bodle Louisiana soldiers to New Orleans desired IAlamo shoulder Is usually caused bY rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber aims Pain Balm For ale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Closing Of Stanford Male Acacl IProto emy E L Grubbs hands us the following Rev Joo W Hagln Dr J G Car penter and Prof Milford White of clolIlnlCAcademy Wednesday morning and they consumed the drat hour by con tellinIIlto and soliciting them as students lu our own State University at Lexington Many thanks to all three of them for sparing the buys this much of their valuable time Prof Whlto loft two blank certificates with Prof Grubbs carrying with theta free tuition for four yours and probably free room fuel and Ights for two of his students who deg elre to strand the State College this rail to take a business mechanical scientific or classical course If any of tho Hill have so deslro let him see Prof Grubbs at the Female College or write to him at Shelby City after May 17th Prof and Mr Grubbs desire to ex press through these columns their sincere thanks for the kindness shown thorn by the people of Stanford and the icarty support given by their patrons A singular thing about the Hill Is that Prof Grubbs haspol lost it coat by bad debts the first time In his ex pcrlcnco While the years work has been a Iou Qnanclally yet the gala In room mporlanl ways has been great and irof Grubbs will feel amply repaid If 10 has succeeded In Impressing upon the hearts and minds of his boys those moral principles which aro worth far moro In life than great riches Tno following U the roll of honor of the Stanford Malo Academy for the leaf ttiootn ending May 15th Grade IC It Wright S7 Grade II Thomas Spoonamnro 02 George SpottasatoroUl John Mcncfco Stf Clay Rupley 86 Grade III Klehard Williams 01 Hubert Carpenter 02 Cecil Williams 01 George Mcnefco 88 Grade ARobert Porter 09 The mark aro lower than usual ibis month on account of reviews and examination Several names aro left 011 of the roll on account of absence trove examinations Thomas Spoona ore and R L Porter were neither absent nor tamp and tbo latter and Gcorgo Spoonamore were perfect In dcporimenl this month The best peller during the year was Richard Williams The best spoiler on tho final examination was II Clay Rupley Joseph Murphy lead the 1st trade Thomas Spoonamore 2d Rich and Wllllaml 3rd Robert Porter A the last term The following deserve special mention In their Itudlel- lMatbematlc8J Carpenter Win fred Duncan J Mcnefeo G Spoona more H Carpenter It Root G Men efee C R Wright FngllehJ Carpenter G Spoons more J Mcncfco W Duncan H Clay Rupley C Williams H Carpenter Punctuality C R Wright Georgo Spoonomoro George Moncfco Winfrcd Duncan R Root History U Clay Rupley John Moncfco George Menefec Hubert CarpenterLatin It Root Hubert Carpenter Cecil William W Duncan Bookkeeping O H Wright Geo Spoonaraore John Moncfco R Root Deportment George Spoonamore C R Wright Miss Ella May Now land joodInnor one chastised during this year a record never before attained In tho history of the Academy und that too with several boys In attendance who wero doomed Incorrigible by other teachers A VERY UEMAHKAHLE REMEDY It Is with a good doll of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamber lams Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item + edy says druggist A W Snwtelle of Hartford Ounn A lady customer see Ing Iho remedy exposed for salt on my show case sold to me I really believe that medicine saved toy Ufo the past su mar while at the shore and she became eo enthusiastic over Its merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend it In the future Recently a gentleman came Into my store so overcome with thea lour I gave him a dose of this remedy which hopcd him I repeated tho dope slotttle me as wellnevof Sold by Craig it Hockor Druggists Low Rates via Queen fc Crescent Calev June 31 Ono faro tho round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars showran crease during the last decade of 13 Pc cent LAND STOCK CROPS ETC A E Hundley sold to B G Penning ton two Jersey cow at tl5 Lack of rain In the South U causing great Injury to tho cotton crop Hudson Bros of Louisville bought a bunch of mules In Adair at 855 G A Alford sold to an Eastern buy er a purr of coach horses for 250 Three registered extra Shorthorn bulls forlittlo R Cobb Danville MS iJuughman sold to R E Mc Roberts u harness gelding for 8100- J H Thompson sold his farm near Prcacherttvlllo to his father for 81200 The United State le now buying 000 cavalry and artillery horse for ser vice in Cuba The Glasgow Times says that a good deal of corn hue surd In Barren county recently at 82 N T Mercer of Adair sold a bunch of lingo at 60 Corn is scarce In that county at 850- F W Bogle of Garrard has bought of lames U Veal his 200 acre farm la- Fayette for 310554 J C Slier sold to a Louisville dairy- a string of caws and cahvs and spring ers at J3Hecord- W G Welch named for our dlstln gulibcd townsman ran fourth In a race at Latonla Tuesday A Patterson of Mercer county bad four brood mares to produce six mule Colts two pairs of twins Georgo F Anderson sold to Cobb Sc Llllard two double standard Polled Durham calves at 200 Advocate Hernando won the Latonla Derby with Gaborls second and Judge Red wine third Distance li miles time 235 Cutworms have done so much dam ago to the corn crop In Adair that a good many farmers have plowed up and planted over W T Ovorby purchased In three days last weak about 100000 pound of tobacco at prices ranging from 51 to Sc Paris Kenlucklan A W Carpenter sold his lambs to deliveryJuneyesterday and they averaged 100 Ibs G J White is Son bought of John F Wagers 20 900pound coffin at 400 of J W Dales 14 yearlings at 83250 and of James Lucas seven yearlings at 830 Richmond Climax George U Lctcbman of Toledo bas sold to R II Plant of Macon Ga the alxmontbsold colt Crcsccu Direct CresceulI y 20i dam Miss Woollier half sister to Crcsceu for 85000 Richard Cobb attended the Polled Durham sale at Greenwall O whore Senator J W Bailey of Texas purchased 12000 of tbo cattle and Rocks oilers agent 810000 One eight monthe old heifer brought 810005 and a cow and calf brought 817000 Cam bridge Lad the premium bull sold for 2200 MATRIMONIAL Judge Hnlbrook aged 72 and Mri Annie Bronnock 03 were married a Owenton John M Kennedy and Mrs Hattie TUg lo wero married at Stoubenvllle Wayne county by Rev Ell Correll Rev W E learns pastor of a Meth odist church at Jersey Shore Pa gun coppetDolllo Brcssler of Coshocton 0 wont to Dickinson N D to marry J P Moon whom she supposed to bo young handsome and rich She found him old bald and poor She had to send for her father to got her home In the Fuyetto circuit court Irs Fredna Harrison was given a verdict for 85000 damages against her divorce husband E T Harrison Sr on tho charge that ho circulated report re garding her that wero damaging to her characterAccording to Eva Gray 13 of Colum bus O William McDonald 40 locke her in his cabin while ho got a inn riage license on aa order from h father and then returned and her She claims ho purchased fathers consent She complained the prosecutor and wants the marriage annulled COUGHiuA cough is not a disease but a symptom Consumption nUll bronchitis which a the most dangerous and fatal diseases hero for their first indication a persistent cough and if properly treated as soon this cough appears aro easily curt dedChamberlains Cough Remedy has prov- en wonderfully successful and gained it wide reputation and wonderful solo by its success In curing tho diseases which cause coughIng If It Is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For sale by Craig Rocker The first foothold of the Order Masonry was obtained in tbo West the Institution of a lodge at Loxlag moro than a century and a quarter ago and thoro was established tbo first Templee r later IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI Wm Longford of Madison killed a white squirrel Mrs Wm Furls aged 72 and an esti mablo woman Is dead Ib Adair county Hustonvllle defeated Mlddleburg 22 to 5 In a game of ball at the former placeEdward lisle of Mt Sterling a stu dent at Asbury College VVllmore died of typhoid lever Tin aged father of Capt Dan DI neen of the Q l 0 died at Somerset Wednesday aged 05 Mrs Cornelius Terhune of Nevada died Tuesday after a long Illness of a complication of diseases Georgetown and Centre College will lock horns In a game ot base ball at Ddnvllle tomorrow afternoon Allen Want Gulllon of Carrollton has been selected by the Faculty of Centre College as valedictorian The school census of Mlddlesboro shows 813 white pupils and 231 colored a total of 1077 This le a falling oil of 250 pupils over last year W H Reeds homo In Mercer was burglarized and a watch 83 and a pallor spectacles stolen Mr teed believes that bo was chloroformed The Advocate says that W A Ty ree of Brodbead has on exhibition at Danville a threelegged Shorthorn calf Ills a emarkable freak of na tureA Mlddlesboro dispatch aye that Mr Leo Blakely le dying of fright Sbo drank water from a spring in which was tbo body ot a don that bad died of the rabiessThe body of Henr Bayne a Washington county farmerf was found near his home He bad cut hi throat otter disappearing from home three weeks ago The court of appeals has given the attorneys of Hollio Strutton the condemned Anderson county murderer 30 days time to prepare and file a petition for a rehearing of his case Another broom factory making the second has been established at Rich mond by John G Taylor is Sous The new enterprise began operation this week and will employ a number of heads Capt John D Feency who made tbo best chief of police Richmond over had announces for that oillco again subject to tho action of tbo democratic party Capt Feeney is a brotherln law of Mr Joe S Rice and Is a good man I The now mall star route between McKee Jackson county and Livings ton has been awarded to Samuel Ward ol Livingston effective June with free rural delivery dally except Sun day This will discontinue the route from East Bernsladt as at present Dr Dudley S Reynolds of Louis rule has died suit In the Madison clr cult court against Central University asking for 815000 damages on account of the recent action by which be was deprived of his position as professor In attIn the Shotwcll trial at Williams burg the evidence for the State Is moro damaging than on the first trial la January William Harp Identified John Sbotwell as the man who said getrwoman out will got the case Friday W W Ycager brought Into the Now oillco Saturday a tern specimens of poplar shingles that had been In ser vice exposed to the weather for 00 year They were made heroin tbo time of planing mills having been split out and smoothed down by hood with a drawing knlfo Danville News The fiscal court of Madison has made an appropriation providing for an armory for the McCrcary Guards Capt Frnzee has suppplementcd thlll step by sending In a requisition for 2 500 cartridges 50 blankets 50 canteens andrsays soon one dthe crack military companies of tbo Kingt0Mlddlesboro who wero arrested last spring charged with conspiracy kill King who at that time was chief of police with a posse attempted to ar rest Grant hiatus who was released citystsmall olTcnse A fight occurred and sono man was killed and another Injur Tho Red Mons convention at Dan ville elected tbo following olllcers Great Sachem G A Ellerkamp Loul vllle Grand Senior Sagamore W C Pelbara Maysvllle Grand Junior Sag amore Horace J McFarlan Lagrange Grand Prelate Will Walker Lexing ton Grand Chief of Records C E Lyd ofbyLouistoville Great Mlshlnlwo J W Rile Bowling Green Grand Guard of For est Harry Davis Louisville Grand Guard of Wigwam K L Haye Dan ville TTaTVT T9ITiI4ti 111 v T ITV I IJ Red tli t1Menm curEiI i j lliugthe llJif- E m Convention i1 1I ATmiIT PAYS TO TRADE 11ri1it I Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Ii iYour money back If jouro pot satisfied rt1 i mILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frobman dt DanvIIIBJPi = h = V i t MepIlifJ S rtdk a8s yaGiterf 0 This cut shows the newest thing in s e Little r I Gents Suits Iii The Norfolk l1Ifortablet Latest style Fafirics Patterns gg tytt iWe keep abreast ol the times and the New Things eon T R always be found in our stock aoW W H J McROBERTS lrS P i c L t V f t tV C t ty tww 41 m alWBOYLE KI3HOLS 0 L COVER NICHOLS 6i GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville KentuckyI We have just received a equippedforOUR REPAIRIA DEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol stering Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed CountyBurialmembers and aro the associations undertakers J S Ooode is the egent for Lincoln County Phone 175 t9i NNM A G SINECONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate anyprices offered rnesssss Buyfour 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 tir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For State Senator i GEO T FARRIS J For Reprneiilatire M F NORTH For County Judge JAS P BAILEY For County Clerk GEO B COOPER t For County Attorney rr HARVEY HELM For Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN For Attettor M G REYNOLDS t For Jailer W HERRIN r tForSchool Superintendent I l GARLAND SINGLETON TUB unspeakable Deboe says that be has assurances of tbe support of botb t Yerkes and Bradley and other proml font republicans for reelection thus practically Insuring him a clear field for the republican nomination The truth of the business Is the big uns have read the handwriting on the i which says the Legislature vlll democratic and that Hon James B ItwaH will be the next Senator aro willing to give his royal fat the empty honor of the nomlt Lion Daboea day even as a mhfit Senator Is rapidly drawing to a close and ere long even the rankest repub cans will be wondering wby such a darn fool was eo highly honored Among those mentioned by Duboo ass having pledged their support to him Ie d Judge Vincent Borelng who positive denies such statement and Intma that he will be a candidate hlmsc Gov Bradley also denies that hu Ie pledged to the freak from Marlon and says he did not authorize his friends to do so The only charitable constn lIon on Deboes interview is that he talks in his sleep and doesnt knoN what he is saying Poor fellow bo Is always in water too deep for him and Is dot only the laughing stock of the democrat but his own party as well His measure has been well taken at Washington and he is absolutely wits out standing with the president or tbe politicians Poor fellow he Is almost as much to be pitied as condemned t THE Newport racing association Is trying to knock out the Latonla racecourse but the latter seems to be hold log Its own pretty well in the fight 00 t the day the Latonla Derby was run and each day since the Newport people have not only thrown open their gates but furnished street car fare for all who would attend As a consequent the grounds literally swarm with peo pie many of whom were never on r race course before While fairly good t crowds were attending the splendid races at Latonla Secretary Ed Hopper and the directors decided that they would give the Newport club a little of its own medicine and have liberally watered their free list Newport begun the silly tight and we predict sbe will be the first to cry enough The Laton la course is a member of the Ni tlonal Racing Association which we believe will go broke before It will permit one of Its members to be drive out of business it Is an ill wind that blows nobody good though and while the directors of both tracks are losing money the cheap fellows are enjoyin more racing than they ever dreamer ofr r Gov BECICHAM says he will appoint a democrat to succeed Circuit Judge Tlnslev which of course Is just who r he should do We do not know tha- I the gentleman would accept the honor but we do know that Mr Charles R Brock of London would be a capita man for the high olllce and we hereby suggest his name to the governor MRS McKINLEY Is very Ill at San Francisco and the president has cant celled all of his engagements She has always been frail and the trip has proved too much for her It Is sad that death should end for it seems that all hope is gone a trip that promised BO much of pleasure both to the press y dents party and the people TUB Louisville Post says that P Wat Hardin Is being talked of by local politicians as a democratic gubernato rial possibility in 1003 The Post and its republican friends are no doubt do Ing the talking Sure enough demo Wr crats are too busy to even think about e Wat now A FUGITIVE at Indianapolis named Benjamin Morse got religion told f Y his nrlmcs and returned to Missouri for punishment If Fugitive Taylor will r do likewise well guarantee be will be given a fair trial and hung beyond doubt Mlts NATIONS friends have desert- edI her In her time of trouble None ol the would be hatchet users were In court with her when she was pronounc ed guilty POLITICAL Whitloy county republicans will hold a primary Aug 13 Attorney General Ilarlan of Porto Rico decided that cock fighting gal l11e Mlds Mamie Daughsrty of Bards town has been appointed a matron at the Hopklnsvllle asylum Owing to tho serious illness of Mrs McKinley the president has abandoned the Northwestern trip China Is paying 910000000 a month to the powers for the maintenance or foreign troopa in the province of Chi LITho postodlco at Louisa Lavrence county has been placed in the preill dentlal class because of increased re calpta Gov Beckham has appointed John M Lasting of Boone ae circuit judge to succeed Judge John W Greene de ceasedJ Brurnley has been appointed postmaster at Kendall Russell county and J T Asbby at Klrkwood Mercer county ExGoBradley denies that be told democrats of Frankfort that he vould prosecute Fugitive Taylor In the avent 10 isjbroucht to trial Postmaster General Charles Emory Smith gave up the lease on his Wash ngton home and it Is reported ho w1l soon resign from the cabinet Gov Beckham appointed A B TII ton county judge of Nicholas to fill tbe unexpired term of his father J W Tilton who resigned on account of his health Sept 3 is fixed as the day for boldlnr epublican ward primaries In Louisville and the day after as the day for oldlng a convention to nominate a city and county ticket The supreme court of the Un1ted States is taking a great deal of time to decide the question about the conatl tlon following the flag It has announced another recess without announcing decisionGov of Wisconsin ha vetoed the Collins compulsory vaccination bill The governor does not be l1eve that an emergency exists which demands such a lawrepugnant to many tood citizens A postotllce Inspector has been ordered to Bowling Green to Invc8tl ate charges preferred against Mallli Clerk A G Rowe The difficulties In- the office are such that Postmaster For drce will probably fall of reappointment China has sent an answer to the demands of the Powers appealing for mercy and saying all she can otTer Is 000000 taels annually for the Dext30 yeare Even this would leave Ibe country without revenue to meet the expenses of the government ExGo James B McCreary said to- the Courier Journale Washington correspondent We have law and order and democratic supremacy In our State- and the Indications are that Kentucl will go democratic next November by metbtng like the old tlme majority Sieve Sharp the chief of ordnanc and gun dispenser for the famous mountain army that terrorized the capital has been rewarded with a 5000 got nmsot job Col J Will Wright ghBuckand Davy of the military eent to Frankfurt for the same purpose about to land the Bowling Gree postoftlce Caleb Powers and Jim Howard would be pleased to have a forelg mission the foreigner the botterPad- ucah Democrat Mr Walton for R R Commis sioner The Adair County Newa contain this appreciated mention of our brother in his race for railroad commissioner er the first page of this Issue appears- the picture ot Mr W P Walton and an interview of Gov Bradley concern Inlr him as published in the Lancaster Record The ex governor compliment eel Mr Walton in such a manner that Is well pleasing to his friends and ooly- docs the brave courageous dernocra j tlce For many years Mr Walton owoed and edited the INTERIOR JOURNAL one of the best local papers is any State and from its first Issue down to time present the paper at this time- belolr controlled by his brother Ed- t the enemy in every contest vlth- such zeal and ability as to give him reputation commensurate with his- stronlr democratic principles and ster1- I01r ability Mr Walton is a man of eep convictions faces every responsl lIItv with courage and determination and should he secure the nomination there would be no cause for any dem- crat in the entire district to have re- trets Mr Walton would make an- Ideal railroad commissionerjust to thA people and fair to corporate Interests in the State All the courts of Ohio have adjudged thar 85000 is a fair valuation of tbe- worth of the Negro Chick Mitchell hanged by a mob at Urbana four years ago Jacob Wynne charged with placing knockout drops In a glass of beer drunk by father Charles Riegel a Catbollc- priest at Philadelphia was found- guilty of murder in the second degree Mr John G Cramer the affable and- courteous assistant C L O division enger agent at Lexington was- elected grand captain of tbe guard by the Knights Templar by the conclave at Lexington fairly outdid itself for the guests HUBBLE Hampton Polegrove of Loulivlll Is visiting Jas Pollards family Miss Katie Walter of Stanford has been vlsltlug Mrs A M Luce and B W Glvena had a oblcken hatched a few days ago with two die tlnct heads Adams Speaks have moved their paw mill to the ford of the river near James Wllmota Elder A R Moore will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday altor neon at 3 oclock Mike Rogers and familywho moye l from hero to Owensboro last sprlol have gone to Louisville C C Withers was sent as a Jeleltate from the Christian church hero to the county meeting at Hustonvlllo Wool Is bringing 12 to 18c according to quality L G Rubble sold his crop of old wheat at 75o to J II Daughman It are glad to note that Mr Nixon Perkins of Garrard Is able to be out again and visit his daughter hero Mra J C Eubanks George Robinson who want to Dom Ing Now Mexico a few years ago for his health Is expected In In a few Ilas for a few months stay L B Underwood Is arranging to build an addition to his bouse C P Rankin Is building on the land ho pur chased of C P Underwood Hurrah for the step Lancaster has taken in killing dogs that wear no col lars showing that no tax has been paid on them Let the good work start up in this county Orb Bourne is bank from his trip to Illinois Mrs C C Sink of Losli ton is visiting her father A C Car man James MoKechnle has gone to Wayne to attend his mothers funeral We are of the opinion that another rocerv store will start up soon as a grocery drummer from Lexington bas been calling on one of our young ladies and If such Is the case we are 5lad to say to him that ho will secure a nice clerk The stockholders of the new Dan vllle and Lancaster plko not havl sold their portion of road lying In Doyle county bave erected a toll gate sear Hedgovlllo and will collect toll till they can sell their road to tho ounty CHURCH MATTERS Rev R B Mahony will fill the pulpit of the Baptist church at Barred burg Sunday Rev Ira PartIn of Lancaster will reach at Logans Creek Sunday afternoon at oclock Rev J W Haglna subject Sunday corning Is The Transfigured Life evening Lost Opportunity Rev Howard T Pree pastor of tbe hrlstlan church at Maysvllle accepted the call of the Central church at Sr Louis Elder Wesley W Graham aged D- lwho has been pastor of Grapevine burch In Mercer county for 65 years reached his farewell sermon Sunday Rev George Green has resigned as astor of the Baptist church at Mil eburg to accept a call to Evan vllle IndRev J I Wills who served the Mt Hebron church nine successive years after an absence of one year has been called again NLWS was received of the death of- Mrs Lottie Witberspoon Bell of Lou- Isville in Korea where she was engae ed with her husband In mlsslonar workRev J K Smith of Little Rock Ark bas been chosen to preach tbe baccalaureate sermon of Madison Female Institute Richmond Sunday May 20th Rev Dr Jacob Rhlpman rector c Christ church in New York formerly rector of Christ church at Lexington sulTered a paralytic stroke while preparing a sermon The 113th Presbyterian general assembly representing 224 Presbyterlc rand 21 Synodeie In session in Phlladel phla Tbe uppermost question Is th revision of the Confession of Faith The American Bible Society Is pro ring to prInt a Bible for the Flllpl nos Its translation will be very dllU- cult and it is estimated that the cost to tout the first edition will be 850 000Mr E B Caldwoll Jr writes fron aynesburg Tho SemiAnnual S S Convention of the Cumberland Rivet Association meets with Ephceus church on the 4th Saturday and Sunday In this- mooth Everybody invited The Board of Church Extension the M E Church South granted varl- OUil churches 70000 aid the last weeks In Kentucky it was divided as- followe Carnton 9150 Cloverport 8200 Guthrie 800 Crofton 8100 Asb- land 2000 When a splinter has been driven deeply Into the hand It can be extract ed by steam Nearly fill a wide mouth- bottle with very hot water place the- Injured part over the mouth and press It lightly The suction thus produced will draw the Mesh down and in a minute or two the steam will extract the- splnter and Inflammation toether- Try It the next time you are troubled In this way n G Dennys Bud Embry started at- Latonia Wednesday but failed to show fit fled BGIOIV 6Ot I Our Cut and Slash Prices are Doing theIWork in The Louisville Stores J Great Closing Out Sale I 11 THE IMMENSE STOCK SHALL 60 Domestics One big line of Calicoes worth 5c only 31e our closing out price Best brands of blue Calicoes Co quality closing out price 4 and lIe Yard wide bleach cotton ill quality closing out price 4c Yard wide brown cotton Hoosfcr brand to close out at 4 Jo t Amoskeag apron ginghams 0 quality go al 6c per yard Mattings and Carpets 1000 yards matting 15c quality to close nut at 100 jiorjanl 000 yards cotton chain matting 36c quality to close out at 25c Kcmnnnt in matting to go at your ownprlce Dont forget our line of carpets to dose out nt 10 to 49c per yard AAAAi 6 Such a never known get your PRUITTBROSMOIIELAKD FurnitureUndertaking And Liver- yJUMDO I will make the season with my tine jack Jumbo Will eerie mMe or jennet at fie to Insure n living colt HERO Hero la a One mule jack Will lerve mares ut 48 to Insure a living colt My One young jack Drllo will servo t few mares tree o charge Seasons duo when mares aro sold or parti with 1asture for Jennet n per wont I wilt not be lesponslble for accident shoul any occurB B Moroland GALTON 12910 Standard and r Ifrf l Slrnl by inraWll Wilkes itre of UulDrtte 2M little laraln J05i Eyelet and others la the 2in lilt First dam Daisy Flrtd graudam ol Alice ttllKr ZJ7 and 211 by Ennld sire of il In 2k odlbedamo Oln23orLelleri Swoed dan Kentucky IMnit Jr ilreof J IJ 4andotlien and dams of 2 II 2 the lilt Third dam by of the dm o J Q M7 lamlwtta Wilkes sons and laugh the i30 list IlIon rarrlr the bloulofWurle1196mllimWllkeat HamUMo Amerlrai clan Star ste Is a ureat show ttonf u bas xvn tttln In the show rings Ills mite are fast and with great tenon arrcouiniandlng the hlgheal iirlm They hale teen shown two years sue- cealooatthellusto Tlll ant 0111 fairs eel hue won the law t premiums for harnnx efawe over all others One ol bit won a J7 a seep stake and a fDa premium and another beat tin great Jane Carter tlutJ Crenibav paid Slow ot al o teat the that C 0 Carpente- rseotdfarelaInthesweewiake Sutton bas proTei a great crtwi on saddle mares II hegira them tin lib action and lIlt Come and ee bis alta be fore ItrlIoC Will stand at my static 2 tulle west of Himomllle on JJradlonbvllle pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt W M DODO Huitonrllle Kjr DIGNITY DARE DESOiirTloxKoale IPJt15 hands Inches lilull weight 11HMU nialicyinjr bay wide black polntt a In fortyoen wing tbat wonMrul style or the Chester Dare Saintly which the world acknowledge a to all As a show hone be has already mail tepiitatlon winning In his clan end swev lake rum a year ling many blue ties In bis threeyearold lorm r13woSIUD Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Kentucky In hernias be Is very stylish with great action Dlll quite pertly bold In harness aol under saddle We believe the pub artorded an opportunity to swure thelie l now wrrlce of the coming young of the day at a within reach 0 allrlrlnz arlaasormlta- waett matured that wlllwll readily on mir lUiUru market at fancy prices See him to fully apt reo hlwI lby the famous Chester liars No to N 8 dl baby Illicit Squirrel 3e b Ul ck Keel be by Ring be by Washington IJeollurkIH ho hyllI 1enuurk- t lOll ho by Race lIone Ilenuurk F S by lw ported lit Ham Itaxle by Welchmont Fo A he by William Welrb all he Itysdlks llambletonlan Welehmonts litby by Aluont yv3 2d dam by FornllAMallah Meoager 3rd lIa Vermont 41b lout Thoroughbred Will nuke the season of 1WI at lawn Mere Stock Farm wile West of lliiitontllle Ky A llustonrllle pike LiylngColtlaresmoney becomes due at time Mare from a distance kept a tl per montb Urn log bill moat be paid before removal of mares Mares tnueted will receive toy personal aUenron but I am not reiiKiusible for accidents or escaple e C CAItrKNTKU Shoes A big lino of ladles shoes In small sires to close out at 4Uc a pair One line ladle 82 and f3 shoes to dose out at 69c One lot of children school shoes worth double tills money go at Ode Miscellaneous 300 dozen pearl buttons worth 10 and 16c par dozen only 6c 3 spoos best thread for lOo 300 yards fancy webbing worth 10c now to close out at So 2M dozen mens linen collars worth 16c to sell out at lie Mens impemlf 16c quality to oJwc at Do Mens loamloM black lox go at Mrni heavy gray and mixed Gotten MX at Gc n pair l v J CO NEW And Ilruces Old Stand Depot tit Stanford New and Turnouts lUle Special attention to traveling salesmen loran and sold on coinmlnlon Single feeda 30c Phone W Sale 800 pairs mens and boys cotton wore ted pant worth fl reduced to 4Sa 300 paint boys cheviot wonted soil cnnimorc fine punts made to sell at We reduced to 26c 100 inena puite nods to sell at f10 wo hive 12 to elect from at 4p5 76 boys iull regular 3 2 to More out at V8- cMens extra suits at 1005 780 and 1076 worth double tho money AWAY Ladles kid gloves f1 quality to At 40c One tot of b0o fuJI to cloe out ate1 sc Pink blue drAb and white hort waist corsets 76e to olee al 4Sa on was in Come suit at half price KYI Deuce KINC lltLemonatl2Z74 lledgeford machine WE SETTHE PACE WARD Livery stylish laYIno GreatClothing illllrrtiilcolors ftnerubtoinmaOe LadiessKid Gloves ALMOSTIGIVKN quality slaughter prices Stanford spring r Tit FURNISHERS And are- always at the front with the newest styles By keeping postedeon style forecasts we get the new things While They Fresh our hats shoes clothingt ummins Nectary Housecleaning Time WhenISprings fresh verdure and the early Feed Sale Stable quality and Are See primrose and violet on the lawn shames your old carpet and makes you revolt at relaying itl 1 is time that the soul longsforfresh for her floor cover ing When we are sell lifstylest s secure them Look at our Fine Furniture Wall Papers Picture frames f Carpets Rugs Etc p W W Withers Stanford I H reasonable bought ekes McKinney Roller Mills- J V B McKINNEY Prop MoKinnoy XY thobeston Feed Rc lrlcCl very reasonable Gus Kennedydhller I = Mrl TTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD Ky = MAY 17 1001 i Tltv tbo Judge Tuft clear for n obolco smoke at Penny Drug Store I Gait proscription work Is unsurpans ed Try us nod bo convinced Pennys Drug Storo PERSONALS Gnoticu FARRIS Is qulto lck Mil P G HKAOV dangerously UILI SlALUtNU U back from court at Lebanon Mil II O FAHIIIS spent leveral days at Crab Orchard galsIEUOKNB JONKS IB on a prospecting trip to Oklahoma OARHOLL POIITMAN of Portsmouth O le with hie ftttbur bore- S S SHOUT of Shelby vlllo ponta few days with Mr J II Ward MRS J W ALGOUS and MUics Koto I and Pat pont ovtral day In Louie I vllloTUOMAB H SMILKV of Lexington 11 hero yesterday looking for good bortciPitOK D W HATSOS of Louisville duyi with Hov W K tpenueveral COOK of Kashvlllo arrived tbU morning to vUU her sis tore hero Mlta LBTCIIKR OWSLey of Lancnt ter was hero yesterday returning from LouUrllle JOHN Muiiliiv who II doing well In the hotel builncse at Jclllco was hero Wednesday tins M II COLLINS of Kenscc ar rived tbU morning to visit her ilstor Mn S M Owens Miss HECK u BittMMBTT hag returned from Alverton Ala where she has been for several months Mils J A MlLLKIt and children left Wednesday morning for thulr homo at Hloovllle Tenn Mlt AND MK8 AM1U LOUAN Of Kansas City rre guests of bU purontu Dr and Mrs P W Logan MISSUS KlMTIl Gltioas and Carrie May Ilium spool a day or so wIth Mr- S M Logan at Mlddleeboro Mil WYATT SAXDHXIK of the Shel r by OILY section loft yesterday for Ok lahoma to make hit fortune Slit KNIUIITS s M OWHNS F 1t Ware and Ud Tanner attended tbo rStllto conclave at Lexington ATTORNEYS J E HOIIINSON and W PI William of Lancaster were hereon legal business Wednesday MRS JAMBS HtrrciiiNSON Hondor son Green Young and Waldo Raker of the Highland section are all III I silt TllBO POWRLL of Adair was hero this week shaking hands with old friends who wore clad to see him HON JAMBS D BLACK of Barbour vlllc passed through to his homo Wed nesday He had been to Louisville A M PENCE returned from near In yesterday where be sold liredtanapolle that he bad on corn at He- MR W C MYBRS Cloo and Lon Woodson of Mlddleburg are guest of Mrs James SympaonCentral Rec ordDR It A JONES was one of the doe tore who conducted clinic at tbo meet log of tbe State Dental Association In Louisville HAYS the handsome little son of Mr t and Mrs Jonn B Poster was thrown from a horse yesterday and consider ably stunned J BUIITON clerk In Supt J I McKlnncys olllco at Montgomery ar rived yesterday to nee bis father who Is slowly Improving JACOII ELDER ono of Rockcastlo Vcleverest citizens is hero Mr K Is never happier than when saying a good word for this WB deeply sympathize with our eountYlnan Mr James McKcchnle in the lose of his mother who died In Wayne county this week Mus JI EUHANKS and Mrs W S OklahomaIt 1 Miss SARA WOOD LYNN has our thanks for an Invitation to the com menceraent exercises of Mlllcrsburg Female College which begin on the 2SthA B BASTIN of Lancaster and Jas Maret of Ml Vernon two of the great t est telephone magnates In tho country t met here Wednesday torn few bows f consultationMIt McKlNNKY spent several In Louisville He took thither cjrJohn Kennedy for treatment for spinal trouble and the doctor promise corn plete restoration J H MClLISTBIt and Miss Arethusa jMcAlILter went up to Wllllamsburg t Tuesday to be with Foster McAhstor t during commencement exorcises of tho Baptist Colego there I Mil J L FRANCIS the aged father of J W Francis of this place suffer ed a stroke of paralysis at his homo near Lancaster and was In a precarious condition Ho was slightly Improved yesterday 1 MR K M WALL the cigar drum mcr from Cincinnati made his last trip esterda Ho hoe bought ft grocery store in Cyntblanaapd will settle there Mr Wall begun traveling In 1805 and r baa been making Stanford nearly 25 years of TOiSY iTURVY at VValtoni Opera House Tuesday night 2lHt LO SILow prices on shingles A C Sine SEE our bfg lino of funs fc to 82 Severance t Sons CAR LOAD of yellow pine flooring and ceiling just received J A Allen Co NICK now stock of summer hate and millinery In general Just received at Miss Llcclo Hoaluys WI will close down next Saturday 18th for a few days to mako repairs Jll Buughman Co BOYS now Is tho time to havo your measure taken for a dross suit See our sample Cummins ft McClaryI Join P Josiw tins put awning to protect hie display windows It la almost as fancy as Josephs coat TOISY TURn WALTONS OIKRA Housr TUBSDAY NlOHT NEXT It MAIIONY Is headquarters for Insurance lire tornado accident and life None but best companies repre canted SKLLS t GRAYS circus is billed hero to appear at Danville Saturday May 23 If Ilarrr Ulovannoll find It out bo will como Gown from Washington BOYLK county rata hold a primary tomorrow If they make as strong a ticket as the Lincoln county boys did they will have no occasion for regretITKN trips with the MoKlnnoy hack wore enough for John Brackott anti W II Pamons tho original con tractor passcngerlrrom season e hold In tho Withers grove on Lancas ter plko May 10 Joe Faulkner Is tho manager and u big lime le looked for ward to by the colored brothers ltEdmlnton one o Crab Orchard solid merchant ba had poolers printed stating that ho ha added a big lino of groceries to hi stock of dry goods clothing shoos tVo CrouMrllDavid Cloyd aged about AS died ut her home at llowland Tuesday of a complication of diseases and wai burled at McCorraaek church loverallarownMiss MARY MCAKUK Invites tbo peo plo generally to her homo every Moo day afternoon at 2 oclock to a prayer meeting Men and children as well a t ladles arc both Invited and expected DISCIIARUKD FJecco Gentry the Keytarold Negro arrested on the charge of breaking Into Dr J G Carpenter residence and stealing a watch and other valuables was discharged at his examining trial yesterday A TREATailsLiccie Beazloy gave some member of the Mission Band a treat at her homo Wednesday ore ping Among the good thing served were lees and cake and the little one enjoyed Miss Bcuzlcy hospitality to the fullest extent POLLS aro being scattered for a tele phono lino direct from hero to Lancaster which wilt give a good connection with that plann Tho olllco for thin line which belongs to the Independent Company will be at I M Bruoa llv cry stable on Depot Street TUB Fulton School Board has Issued an order forbidding teacher from attending card parties dances or then tree during the scholastic term Itwould bo hard on tbo Lincoln count teachers If Supt Garland Singleton would decree that they should be de prived of such pleasures POOR LoUtSln accounts of th crash on Wall street last week it said many went homo to dinner pan nllojs Well wo dont see anything remarkable In this We go homo t dinner penniless 305 tunes a year an doubtless many a poor fellow does tho same thing Central Record TUB Richmond Register says J Willis manager of Crab Orchard Springs has everything In readiness for guests and will welcome all who come especially his old neighbors from Richmond in his wellknown hose pltablo style Dont forgot Jon nod Patty when planning your summer out los DIG BUSINESS Insurance Agent R B Mahony toll us that ho has written 357000 in premiums since April of last year threefourths or more of which Id In the Continental Insurance Co Besides this fire Insurance bo ha gpttcn his share of tho life and tornado Insurance that has been written In this section TUB invitations the graduating class of Stanford Female College will send seeniTheWoods Co of Cincinnati who are not only uptodate paper dealers but al ways in the lead in engraving They are pretty expensive but trio average girl doesnt graduate more than once in a life time and she doesnt mind spend ing a few dollars for that memorable occasion WOVEN wire and oak picket fence A C Sine FINE candles just received at War ron Jc Shanks BEAUTwVIline of carpets and rugs at Beazloy Hays RARE Bargains In Cample Harness Call and see J C McClary JOHN T WESLEY has been appoint cd postmaster at Mlddleburg vice J T Wesley resigned goodinsurance WE can furnish you any standard mall sowing machine Gctourprlces Higgins t McKlnnoy RBMRMHEH tlla our terms ere cash Low cash prices on feed of all kinds J H Baugbroan Co Tm Q t C offer another 8125 round trip rate to Cincinnati from Junction City Sunday next Tin examination for white teachers U being held at the court house Miss Kato Bogle and Prof L R Hughes are the examiners TILE Hcdgovlllo neighborhood has the only tollgate in this section Our Hubble letter tells about a gate being put up near there JAILER DEBORD Is haying the walls around this courthouse whitewashed and the yard cleaned up for which the public Is grateful IK you need stationery bills poster catalogues or anything of the kind bear In mind the INTERIOR JOURNAL can save you money JOHN H MEIER has bought a ion to keep his customers cool and will put It to work when tbo weather gets warm or It will bo run by water PATRONS of the College will plca o pay their tuition bills as soon as potti jjftheeto en ler Into negotiation with a good teach or to take the prlnclpalshlp of tbo col logo next session Address at once communications to John Bright Score tary Board of Trustees Stanford Ky flatIcaso county taxes against tbd First National of Stanford and tbo Hustoovlllo National for the years 1SD3 on and against tho Lincoln National for tho year 1809 Ho decided tbat the banks were not liable for tbo heavy penalty but has not decided as to the taxes THE court of appeals decides tbat tbo Boyle circuit court has jurisdiction In the case of Jack Turner admlnis irate vs the L N railroad and that it must bo tried there Turner was klljed In Tennessee and the lower court held tbat the action to recover must be brought either In Louisville In the Federal court or Tennessee IIDONT forgot to call for your script when you pay your subscription The following firms are In the association and script from one fa good at any of them Severance Sons Penny Drug Store W W Withers Higgins t Me II Guy n J Icrtoberttl 1188 Annie Phillips R K L Simms INTERIOR JOURNAL and Wm Hamilton TUESDAY NIGHT Tho pretty four act comedy Topsy Turvy which gave such general satisfaction at Huston vllle a week ago will be presented a Waltons Opera House Tuesday night Most of these who take part In the charming little play are members of Mrs A B Robinson elocutionary class at Danville and they show theo that talented lady has soared no tim In making them eQlelent in that art Countyiwas attended but some Important business was transacted Dr C M Thompson putdpenter entertained the visiting physi clans with some timely suggestions on appendicitis He read a paper on eRr ly diagnosis preparation and opera lion with ono per coot mortality in appendicitis against 50 per teat more tallty by treatment The paper brought out some fine points and was well discussed THIS AND THAT A Chicago judge holds that the black list against bad employes la legal Felix Johnson who committed sui Bide in Seattle Wash Is a brother of former Gov Johnson of Alabama 1As the result of a quarrel over a horse trade W L Brown cut Buck Honsloy throat with a knlfo In Morgan county Amos McCampbell Jr Is In jell at Bardstown having been arrested at horsestealtAn Italian barber In Now York sho and seriously Injured his wife killed his baby daughter and committed sul tide Steeple Jack Williams famous for his work at dizzy attitudes wua run over and killed by a street car at Clove land 0- John Shenner aged 12 years was killed in a runaway accident at Dyers vlllo Ind His mother witnessed tho accident and dropped dead Tho handsome homo of Charles R Brook a prominent attorney of Lon doo was destroyed by flro A good portion of household goods was saved Loss about 2500 wltb li50 Insurance Frank Miller convicted of murder at Birmingham Ala attempted to burn himself to death by setting his bed on lire PUBLIC SALE willollLincoln Couuty Thursday May 23d I9OI milkrow2roole11ctarmnlllooltother things Will also Liter for file tur fun of thegrowing SaletoItootir T IIKAT1I MULES FOR SALE tromUbut three and all good ones 1lilAii Deny IluMonvllIc Ky TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN byDOliver Clilllfd Ilow the Ileoring Hinder U superior to tho cradle W O CO WAN J 8 OOODE 8 M OWENS Dr R G GOLDSTEIN Optic peclallttnf 514 4th Ave Louisville Ky will bo In May27Toand Examination Fuse PUBLIC SALE Dnlrlng to South re will tell to the highest and best bidder at public auction on TUESDAY MAY 21ST 1901 Real Msleand personal property as follow A 111 lnnJ Ii bile west of Crab Orchard flno Urnilng sad lurtrati land well watered the rm Ixlnc tho old Col Wbltley homestead sod It thedwellingturrets a rn buirjrxbouw iprlnghouw rtr And the tile a tieiuillu oas on which to build alia cburrhm and schools on gnnd road excellent neighborhood Tim tract will offered an a aetpledlrompropertyconbtingolsomemtk corn household and kitchen furnltnre and other 1111100 numerous lo mention It will to ot CrbOrrhardten It would be hard to tine a more desirable plaratollreand 110tlrolrlng tol uy honio would do well to look at this place closely bef re day ol sale splendid springs furnl h abundance of water the Tear round The aping near the yard where the dwelling wai recently burned It absolutely one et In county There U a f plendld orchard Terms made known on day of tale St M h lIoPLlrotCrab JUST LIKE A MILL GeorgoHolmeswill be glad to give you flour meal bran chllrttulT Ae for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to tho bushel of No2 wheat Our meal is ground on tho oldfashtor 48 Inch burrs U my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will give me n liberal share of tour patronage I retail flour and meal at The lour and meal are made at the Farmers Holler Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MOHllIS FHKD II Patterson manager ut Crab Orchard Exchange 8 BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS FOR SALE ThoJ M Phillip property corner East Main street and Logan Avenue In Stanford will be divided Into eight lots and told ttpublic auction at oclock pm SATURDAY MAY 18 1901 Three of thu loU are 60x100 60x100 and 46x100 and front on Main street The lot on which the Rows stands U 125x168 The four lots that front on Logan Avenue arc 70x168 and all of them are desirable Mat IhlltThey will bo offered separately and then as acceptedTEKMS 6 and 12 mouths Lien retained J M PHILLIPS Stanford Ky CUSTOM EXCHANGE MILL Crab Orchard Ky laving made an arrangement with the Parktvlllu Roller Mills for Hour I wish rn old customers and the public of Crab Orchand and vicinity to ploaso bear In mind that I am ut all tlrrts to ox change Hour and meal for wheat and corn orsoll lour meal feud chicken feed Ac preparedthanOldFashioned Burr Stone Meal shlpstufflrI respectfully ask a intlnuance of tame rjunlltyand MARION SQUIRREL andlanehighdyle IIIIInlwhat they are Uncut sounded and best horses on oycombl1rKiiiciKKKM rlonSiirrel wn sired by old byKllllfMollle was by Drown Highlander Id dam by Me IlithlaudrcSlarion EdwIntNOTB Illack Squirrel the tire of more noted ujdle none than allY other horse in the world such as Highland Denmark now Handing at a StulrrvletlmdJamesUaytheownerof alrrrJ1D00leany of hliget lhathe eftr seen sad that should stand him at a price e itiallni hit brothers antiret according to the low price that others In this county we will stand hint In reach of eterybody at the extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt Money due when roll li foaled or mare parted countyforfeit Illloreseason at our stables In Stanford J RAKHBEAZIEY CutUepresenta Ono of Our Ideal PatentKid Oxfords Made By ijanan Son Makers of Fine Footwear Only- A higher class of shoes have never been shown in Stanford In addition to this wo arc showing a medium priced line f- or12t0That tablePricedft us and youll have no kick to make JOHN P JONES Stanford im iW Ci8i4 I New Wash Goods 1 I 15 Pieces Fine Madras Cloth Made to sell at isc at isjc I5 Pieces Correct Mixtures Real value lOc at only 7c 12 Pieces Lisle TISSUe Newest Colorings at 25c Now ICommencement mSeothe 12c Percales on the Bargain itCounter at 7 12crLY1LI IE 7tl xvs7 irW ctlmiElil6W WALL PAPER PA bOr + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest of Imported Wall Paper I IEer shown in this section from the t to tbe most have in jobatOils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Ec A L GIBBONS Danvillelller Wird Deutch Gespochen JQ BAtfZIUr Clerk GO TO W B McRoberts DruggistF- or Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains THE Ntianal Weekly Investment a- INCORPORgTEV 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 GEO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to sell mv saw mill or will trade It for stock or will move It to a body of timber and saw It If party wishes G W SisciLKTOv Crab Orchard NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSES d S5N Prors JUNCTION CITY KY Reasonable FirstClass Turnouts at Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men sad Hay For Sale OGDENSBURG8787 Record 22si trial 2S5 by Marabrlno Patcuen will mako the present season at my farm ut SIO to Insure a Living Colt wIUI111ntvadvantagoorWill also stand a fine jack at 8 to Insure youbreodStanford Ky iftJTHE INTFHIORJODRNAL ttbllahaTuSaysAnd rrtdv s e1 PER YEAR CASH air Wh n not toptldfflSOO will becbirged Entered n the port oBfee at Stanford at eoondclnn matter ERDILLEHAYr DANVILLE EY Manufacturer of BRICKhAndDealer In t Lime Cement o o Write For Prices A Se PRICE Ii SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky iiOllleecn UcRoberta Building Drug Stop In the Oeiley 8R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky t Office over Higcins McKinney Story Telephone No 48 BEAZLEY HAYSQ- NDERTAICERS DIALERS IN Furniture Mattiu s8Rugs And Wall Papert Theywill Exchange Furniture for all of Stock Give them a call Prices right t ITAN FORD KENTUCKY Ifi JC MCGbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalearl- nHARNSSS SADDLERY 8sO Stanford Ky TH- EQueen n2 Crescent j Route gr and its connecting lines to the PanAmerican LxpositloniBUFFALOi May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and fiHclalt rain fcrvico will be announced later Tho Fan American tho greatest American fxpos ition since tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful dlrplays ipeclal features dazzling Midway I mlnutrfklI NIAGARA I IFreo o Ih WOOL WANTED Wo want all tho wool In Lincoln count and will pay tho highest prlco for It Can at J H Ward S Cos Stable In Stanford for sacks nOONE k OEXTKY FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKYH- orses and Mules constantly on hand aDd for sale at all times ty Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds snlends table Everything firstclass Porter moot all trains 89 Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair you carriage or wagon In arst class style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle mad new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Kj Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD ST MORRIS FRED PitorRiETon theI desire to announce public that I am ready to do any and all kinds of grind Ing and that I wU at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Moal Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit share of your patronage promising to glvo you thn very best et mo but bear lu mind I need your patronage MORRIS FILED Pror Drs Slavin PhillipfO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In DauTllle Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Will lit In Stanford Tuelayi Taurajayi and Saturdays Office lo the 1ennlngton HullJlnjSUnforJOI tee hoan 9 to Iij 1104 r OSTEOPATHY Thli Science originated and developed by D- rATStlllof Klrtnllle Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Ita ro colts It requires no no rubbin- gnowealoperations andclaims bung super Osteopathy dews man SJ a machine ofao many parta Ita Is adjustment When all parta Ire properly adjusted and not overworked health Is the result Some of the diseases treated by us Neon nutrition Headaches Neuralgia Rheumatism itarrb Weak Eyes Granulated Lids Goitre heart and Lung Dtansw Constipation trotllall fctora sehandIntestdnaftrouble Diseases of Bonn cod Jlol Spinal Curraturei DlilocatloniSUBJoInti aralyili Incontinence Urine Locoraotor Afar Feinals Diseases a specialty Consultation Free Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- BCdeMor to The Farmers Bank Trust Com pall and under name management con tlnu only for 35 Yurt Solicits Your Bank Account loping such business relations will prors mutua ly benettcial and 111 Dill CTOBS J it rulOo J a Owsler Sr JN SUnefee A W Carpenter W IlCummlni J E LyonS ShankJ J R 6wilcT OFFICFI8 S H I DOwleylashlerIv Aut Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD KY Capital Stssk 150000 Surpltti 110000 This Initltutlon originally establlihed u the V oiHBanknf Stanford In then reorganized National Dolt ofStanlord In IBM andagab organized aa the Flnt National Rank of Stanford a 1832 hat had practically an uninterrupted zlit Ince for years It Is better supplied now wi- tsctntierotranaactingbulnasprompllyand i rallythaneterb Joreln its long and honoiab career Accounts of Indlrldualt fiduciaries DdlndlTldualnollcltedDIRICTOX F Kfld Lincoln Co JW Hayden Stantoi S TUarrli SlI Baughinan J S Maker TP Rill VP Walton W A Tribble J II ColllrrCrali Orcbd Jas Iloblneop Hubble OEImore Stanford OICs JiI Hurker President J J McUolwrU Caibltr i James Fryes Great Carpst Sale t HUSTONVILLE I will sell for the next few days ONLY the best quality of two ply all wool carpets fat50c a yard former price C5c to 75c Juto and at 25c worth 85c Finest quality cotton chain mailings atsh 18c worth 25c Lot at lOc worth 15c i EAU new goods and latest pallerns Come at once if you want a carpet I cant stand r it longat a time 1 am no millionaire Other merchant will tell you This Is A Lie but you come and see for yourself JAw FBVK Hmtouvlllo rw e URODHEAD Mr and Mrs J Thomas Cherry wont to Louisville Tuesday Bro Pike tilled his appointment will Buckeye church last Saturday and Sun dayMessrs Joshua Boralng and On Frith who have been attending school at Lexington Business College for a few months returned home last Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks and returned to Loxlagtoi Sunday night Miss Helen Thurmond our teacher closed her winter and spring school last week and is now spending a fev days with relatives and friends in Lin coin and Garrard She has been era ployed as one of tho teachers for the fall school at this place She Is a good teacher and Is popular with our peo pieOur old friend and brother G T Mclloberts who has been visiting relatives and friends in Garrard and Lin coin for the last tow weeks has return ed home The old gentleman reportst rood time while he was gone and hit many friends In Brodhead were glad to see him return homo Miss Ella Dunn one of Brodheads most accompHahec ladles left our town Thursday for a weeks visit In Garrard and Boyle J C Hays of Crab Orchard was In our town Wednesday weighing up a tint bunch of hogs John Craig and Henry and George Sutton of the Glades sec tlon were In town Wednesday Our old friend George Brooks who Is one of the bridge men has been at home a few days Ho seems to be on the sick list but If one of our young belles who has been absent for a month or two should return soon It Is thought that George would Improve at once Bob Colycr of Crab Orchard was in Brod head Tuesday looking after telephone poles He contracted for eight car loads to be put on by F Francisco and R P Pike Prof M D Hughes In the Central Record pays his respects to too gentleman as follows The statement made in your last Issue by U D Simpson that Dr Kinnalrds Xray machine would be used to ascertain If I had a brain reminds me of the time when I had a French mind reader at tbe opera house Ho bad read many minds but when Simpson was presented ho re marked The print Is too One I can not read It His head Is only a bony knot to prevent his spinal cord from unraveling J B Conns improved machInery couldnt force a drill thro the bony mass nor could the Xrays discover a cavity therein What most people want is something mllcland gentle when in need of a phys- Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For gale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Billy Rice the old showman Is jrlt cally ill in Chicago KINGSVILLE Drought Is the general complaint It this section Dr Allen hold services Sunday ant Monday evening at the Cbrlstiac churchMrs B C 1cnnybacker and daugh tar Miss Gertrude were at Lexlngtoc last week shopping- J D King piano tuner of Junction City was bora this week to the teller of the sufferers from sweet notes out of tuna Ills work wna of a high stand ard Price correspondently so Mr and Mrs K W Crolghton arc exulting over tho possession of a hoe girl baby which wait born to thorn On the 11th The late arrlvil will be known as little Miss Julia Anna Crelghton Born to Mr and Mrs Ol- Iver Johnson on the 12th a daughter Miss Blrnico Johnson of Verona will arrive soon to spend the summer with her grand parents Mr and Mrs J L Johnson and will teach a music class while hero A M Helm of near Danville Is here to practice his pro fesslon of dentistry Uo will remain o week Ed Clay pool of Grove Is suc cessor to Manfred Chovolotto at J M McCartvs store David Singleton wife Is quite sick with a complication of troubles Master Charles Johnson Is suffering from an attack of pink eye Rufus Lilpps a popular drummer of Hustonvlllo was here Tuesday Mack Williams of Burgln was here between trains Sunday last Tho Methodist ministers of Worcester Mass are properly Indignant be cause of President McKInley drink lag of champagne on a wobbly battle ship That wine If the genuine thing shonld be drank standing on tho solid earth where there Is nodangcrof spill- Ing a drop Louisville Times In poor health sad discouraged be cause of the misery prevailing In New York City especially among the chil dren to whom she had devoted years of her life Mrs Edith Thomas friend of the poor and a gifted writer seat a bullet through her heart JIOWS TillS We olTr One Hundred Italian lUvirJ for soy cue of Catarrh that cannot bi cured bf Italic Ca tints Cure FJCuaraTAColnn Toledo O Cbneyforhooonble In all Luiinru transaction and flnia daily bleu carry out any obligations lasde by their firm WEST Tiuix Vhn1mle Drueirlit Toledo O Wilding Klnnsn A Marvin Wboleule l ruggliu Toledo Hills CUUttli Cure U taken Internally acting directly upon the bused and mucous wrtarw ol lOllgtIHills Family Illli are BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call IE REAM SODA S Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUG STORE French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In French ItcpublliiuuFrancalse Winner of Ont prize at the National Universal Exposition Paris te07 and In 103 com petingwith over stallions Imported by M II t Co Chicago In Color buy with small star black points 10J hands high weighs In working order 1325 pound foaled April 28 1HIS tired by1 Lcmoland of Commune of Iluborsvlllo byIeDardfarm 2H miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo plku AT SIO THE SEASON OR SI5 TO INSURE LIVINC COLT Mares kept on grass at 50c per week 1crsoiml attention given but no responsibility for accidents or oscapo Dorsey Goltldust 12052 Full Brother to Estelle 210 Sired by Xllcadl Goldduat 4100 by Goldduat 150 by Vermont Morgan diitn by Head an Imported Arabian stallion Golddust a dnm Is Florence nv Golden Mlngo Chief n son of GaffH Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both slde6 the best fatally of road horses known horse Golddufct a dark bay full 10 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and Eastern horses combining nil the qua Ides for harness and saddle and are In demand at top Will make the present season at my turns near Stanford at SIO to Iniuro a colt Will also stand u good mule jack at 87 K HEII Stanford ICy FREE 5 FREE Dont fail to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take notice that for cverv cash purchase of OXK DOLLAR from any iMerchaiit whoso name appears in this ad entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWhich they will accept for 5 cents on every CASH 1UKCUASE OP ONE DOL LAR And take special notice that tbo Merchants who belong to this Asso ciation are the most wide awake and step the best stocks of goods and their prices are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Proprietor FINK PHINTINO Severance Sons Dry Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug Store Drugs und Chemicals W W Withers Furniture Carpets o Higgins McKinl1oyGrocerios Hardware and Implements- II J McRoborts Gents Furnisher Miss Annie Phillips Milliner R E L Simms Coal Dealer William Hamilton Jeweler We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I t t i 1 Ever brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show OU Carriages Bungles llonl Wagons Carts Etc at exceptionally low figures We also tarry an excellent lino of s Farming ImplementsInclu- ding rIFarm Wagon Tooth and Duo Harrows 1lovrg Roller Etc everything in tho implement line used on tho farm We have our own Rubber Tire can replace your old Rubber Til esvt+Much cheaper than ran send to thectty and have tl done and also save you freight charges Call when you are in towna Bruce Bright Danville CCOOO000C0EEEE CEC 000OG NEW FIRM ei JI 0 0 o = C p laving sold n half Interest In my buggy and Implement buOneM to U o Air A M 1cnce the new ImslncM will bo conducted under pp tbo tlrm name of Q GARSOJ f PEjtGE o 0 We will keep in stock at all times a handsome line of 0- i Buggies carriages Harness 1 i U 0nW A CARSON ocooooooo ooEEEEOtEEOO000OOcoo Shirts 1 Soft Shirts are the Correct Styles for Spring and Summer We are Headquarters d W E PERKINS t Crab Orchard Ky ll l v Stop and Read This Carefully I y A Gigantic Record Slaughter Clerance Sale it goinn on at the Rioket Stirs Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with goods the Iopllll LlnQDln and surrounding counties will now have thu chance to buy Good Goods at Low Prices I JlIBlllesbargains last Watch for our circular The Racket Store Stanford KyrJacob Olnstiuru Prop Next Door to Lincoln National tank CRAIIG 4CK1RQ rho IUiSi5t t Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Yarnishes Also Ilintcrjbuppliex at LOWEST PRICESfl something NewI tI- T WILL MAKE i1 HARD WORK EASY r After n rfooil deal of persuasion I decided to try tho Popular Wither and CR- ntnllhulliny it lathe greatest Invention of tho kind inado The price at seemed high but after n trial laul vinced it Is very cheap IlrslVMrs E J nROW Felt SALE UY GEO H FARRIS 5 CO New Goods New FirmI And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly FreslAn- djjou Jhavo a Nice New Slock to select from Your patronage will bo appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andeee us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street