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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 24 IDOL 9 A M NO 26 MIDDLEBURGI Nathan Hicks to on tho tick Itn The band boy went to Dunnvlllo Usblng Tuesday Mr Putty Luster died Wednesday after an lllncts of several months Rev J Denton Farrell will becln Rob pastorate at tbo Baptist church tbo tofCharley Uratton and David Kldd have returned from the war In tbeI Philippine nultbor of them looking any worse for their lung stay lu tbutjnn 4warm region Some of the member of the brio notItbo Uustonvlllo club hero tome two weoki ago We were not In town when tbo game was played but will state for tthe satisfaction of the boy that the Uutonvllllans came down and got 1 licked and then the Middleburgamott went to Uustonvllle and trot licked and that was Ml there was of it t A round rock kept In the fire place II a sure provcotatlvo against hawk catching chickens This remedy against the dangerous foe of the feath l cry trlbo hu not yet buen tried by tbo writer and the old oman le having Hawkswho are 1ery careful with their hawk rock arc never bothered Remember tbo rock mutt be kept sllcbtly warm but not too warm Rev Eugene Sauce ion of Rev J M bailee preached at Calvary Sundays fit lather organized tho church about 25cl ago and worked hard for It e o tong BI bo remained In this section but a loco his departure for other held thoI church has ceased to Ue a working coo grcgatlon and numerous efforts have tailed to revive It but owing to tho popularity of his father the ma itwasday and ho will probably hold a low dayi meeting The ram Steen 1berger formerly of Rowland but now at Sulphur Springs Texas e greatly appreciated Enclosed Und II for aootbor year subscription for the very boat and most Intcreiliog paper publlthcd In Kentucky ljult can not do without your valuable paper It Iii t hlike a ray of sunsnlno to all of our household Wo are very much pleated with Texas It to a grand old State and oaf boast of good people Crop arc looking One now We have a nlco climate Wo sincerely hope Mr W P Walton will succeed In race for n- It commissioner Uo le the right roan for tbo ofllco lie Ii a true and tried IIdemocral Long may you both live and may you continue to publish the dear old INTBKIOK JOUKNAL that I hay o been reading since I was a girl A VERY UEMA1UCAI1LE IEiED It is with a goad deal of pleasure anil laiUfactlon that I recommend Chamber lame Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhoca foc- iodyaye a druggist A 11 Sawtelle Hartford Cbnn A lady customer eo ing tho remedy exposed for sale on my show Clue raid to me I really believe that medicine aved my life the put sum mor while at the shore and she became HI onthuitlaillc over Its merits that I once made up my mind to recommend In the future Recently a gentletn a rcarne into my store so overcome wit colic pains that he tank at once to ti1Cof Hour I gave him a dose of tillS remedy which helped him I repeated tho dope cud in fifteen minutes he left my eto smilingly Informing mo that be leltn well as ever Sold by Craig it Hockor DruggliU N w P Walton tbu veteran editor and domocratlc wheel horso of Stanfor- jt Ky and candidate for the democrat- ndtniuatlon for State railroad commit composedt of Walton has been a hard worker In his party for over 30 years and this Is t first time ho has ever sought recogn tlon In the way of an olllcc and the i Is un apparent unanimity of e0othae In bill party to give him tbe position i seeks I have no opposition for t nomination so larlI said he and have ovathe district If this good luck coati ues I will be hi groat shape to cart 3of the dUlrlQt by an Increased majority Cincinnati Enquirer d J The Doctor What your mother n law needs Is to bo sent at onco to warmer climate The Sonln Law Then youll have to administer tho I poison yourself doctor I havent tbo heart to- Low Rates via Queen S Crescent to tbo following points C Plagton Stato Encampment G A Juno 34 One faro the round trip Ask i ticket agents for full particulars A lamo shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may stcured by a low applications of Chamb- Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig Hocker Druggists NEWS NOTES Brcsol tbe nussln of King Hum hart of Italy committed suicide Three children were killed and par tlally devoured br u bear near Job W Va The earnings of the L ft N Inorcaj ed 53615 during the second week In May Peter Postell Sr a Negro died ut Hopklntvlllc leaving an estate worth 00000 The smallpox situation In Bath Row Montgomery and Flowing counties serlou Peter Anderson aged 01 killed hU ton alter a long quartet at Steinway L I- Wlllirun J Dickinson will succeed Cushman Qaarrlor us contioller of the L l N railroad Juaee Huston of the West End clip pd nine pounds of good wool from one sheep tbo other day A revolution Is threatened In Servla because the queen urelendttd to bo Inn intcrustlug way and lash A piece of Fifth AvcTnuo land fold In New York mat week for 87300 n front loot or SOconts it square Inch Miranda Rollins colored wept at her brother funeral in Ashland until she burst blood vessel and toll dead A plucky doctor prevented the robber of a bank at Waverly O bongaging In a pistol tight with the crookt The court of appeal decided In favor of the drys who carried tbo election In Cloverport but which was contested by the saloon men The railroad mileage of the United States It tometnlng over 100000 mile Of this at least 120000 unties are In control of nine men The li Insurance companies opcrat lag In Kentucky wrote risks amounting to 220OSU687 during tho year and ofnA sudden squall struck tho Sham rook II In the Solent and her rigging wont by the board King Edward who was on board had a narrow escape from death Andrew Carnegie hoe followed bls gift of 5000000 for free libraries In New York City with another or 810 000000 for free education In four Scotch Universities The cups of public schools In Greater Now York for will bo 8177 10 07S The number of pupil le estlmat ed 403112 So tbo average cot for each pupil U 84339 The wire of ito C F Reid the Methodist mltslonury died In Clar county leaving besides her husband fovea children Mrs Reid spent 17 yenta In China Tbo court of appeals decides that when n woman goes security for heR husband the can not avoid the return of the money by proving that the was 16Y has cleared th mystery of the death of Census Clcr coufesetottfto make her submit to his desires Junes R Keene of Wall Street and racing tame celebrated his recent phc nomcnal success In the street lac week by presenting to bis wife a dla mood necklace for which bo paid lOO 000II Is reported In Wall street that tho proitconvertible 4 per conk bonds to fl nance recent purchases of stocks repnt111a Hlggtns who claims to have glees Copt A F Lucas the Inforuia tlon which caused the latter to born th first oil wall at Ueaumont Texas Im filed suit for 4000000 against Luca- nda hit associates ientuck1Cuyer House of Loulsvlllo and well known throughout the Stato In business clr ales committed suicide at Lexington by shooting himself beel Teenree at set Severboanh0accrat Point which recommended tho dlsrnlsal five cadets and tho suspension of others The trouble grow out of t attempt to suppress hazing Mrs J C W Beckham wife of t toIt second woman to pass Its precincts The first was Mrs J Proctor Knott when her husband was governor Gen John D Gordon commander chief of the United Confederate Voter ape has appointed Miss Bessie Draper of Atlanta as sponsor for the ontlro YeRs The United States Trust Company of New York has been sued by the Com monwealth of Kentucky for 8135000 taxes and penalty alleged to bo duo on tbo bonds of the Cairo bridge of t Companprd scourIlly URODHEAD Albright k Adams ure doing a Ono business They say they can out afford to let any one get out of their store If they havo any money or produce The lirodhcud Fair Association did not elect any olllcers at the proper time and wo supposu the olllcers of last year will hold over nod have a lair about tha taste August Joshua Dunn went to Lowell and Lancaster this week Bro A J Pike went to Gllcad church In MadUoti lust Friday night and returned Sunday night He has a very sick baby J G Frith Is the prettiest man In our town since bo out oil his upper lip It Is a pity he Is set a widower flu Is the most popular man among the ladles of any man In tows young or 011I This Is no Joke Mrs Mary Calve Is still Improving and can now get down In town again R S Martin Is In Junction City this week J Chestnut of Oak Hill neigh borhood ono of the lair directors was In town Wednesday Two out of the 37 republican caodl dotes in this county were in our town this week via Bogle Phillips of WU die and D O Lamb of Pine Hill Each ono seems to think ho has the race won They all think that a noml nation in this county Is equivalent to an election Brown L Cress of Preach buybogsBorn to Mrs Tilden Frith a fine boy Our town will soon be demo crallc It L Brows of Ml Vernon comes down about every two weeks to see tome ono In our town Ho U an attorney at law and It may bo be Roes legal business to see alter R H Humm our traveling man spent Sun day and Monday with bomefolks Mrs Robert Payne and daughter of Crab Orchard were visiting Mrs Dr I S lurdetl T G Dunn of Fort Worth Texas came In Tuesday He came visit bid lather Mr Joshua Dunn andI hood1Mrof Danville Is with us this week He came to see bill Texas brother and spend a few days with relatives and Irlends J 0 Minor of Junction City in Brodhcad trying to work up a lodge of the Improved order of Red Men A K McClary was In town Wednesday Cade1 Is looking young and welt Master Percy Goebel Pike wbo has been very sick for some time Is not much better Mrs Cash Herron of Tbe Glades was In Brodbead Wed okf tbe tame section were In town CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston writes that he will preach at Gum Sulphur Sunday night next Rev E W Barrett held a meeting at hakd o Prosdat dolphin Tba First Presbyterian church at Shireta year Bishop Morrison raised 1120 before dedicating Lucinda B Helm Memorial church at Ellzabethtown which put U out of debt Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning In the ecnln pastor will preach on dIftemperuacos Tho Central Holiness camp meeting at Wilraore will be hold Aug 132 2 with Rev C J Fowler D D of chargesreprlaordaining a man lacking In the pre scribed educational qualifications Cumberland Prcsbytcrtai gen oral assembly defeated u motion to change tbe name of the church to tbe American Presbyterian Church The Southern Presbyterian Genera Assembly Is adverse to the consollda tlon of the Loulsvlllo und Theological Seminaries on tbe groua orgaoldern churches and that It would ox elude the teaching of the churchs distinctive principles trlb0j tu Unitehoj May 2330 Tickets will bo on sale tbe 25th 20th and 27th and will be good returning until June 4 but tray bo c tended to June 10 by depositing wit tbo joint agent 9 William Hampton a prisoner at tha Louisville jail committed sulcldo by jumping headfirst from the third tier of cells ExGov John RRey Tanner of Hole died suddenly yesterday afternoon at Springfield of rheumatism of the hearty your dog Is ugly dont take anv chances on him Tan his hide but take U oil from him first HON GI ota M DAVISOV Who has just been appointed assist sot district fantasy Is one of the shrewdest politicians In Kentucky He has managed to keep on tbe good side of all the factions of his party and his appointment Is therefore satisfactory to each of them The Gray Gelding as he Is ometline called Is a splendid organizer und gets in bis work Inn qufetxaywhlletheotbertellawsepoutao success In usually getting what be goes after He has held numerous ollices Starting as master commissioner of tbe Lincoln circuit court bo bas been rep resentattve In the Legislature county judge member of Congress and steps Into a good thing for four yearsC more He was district elector In 1 and 1501 and has been chairman of tbe Lincoln county republcancommlttce ever since that party had a standing in the county One of the most admlra ble traits In Mr DavlsonV character Is bis loyalty to his family and bis devo tlon to bis widowed mother Nearly all he has ever made hay been spent on them and those who know these facts can not help admlrlog him personally politiIjolted him a little In times past but It was more In fun than In auger and there never was a time that it really bad any feeling against blm so It very heartily joins with his friends In con ratulatlng blm over the latest turn o bis good luck HUBBLE Dr Hlckle has gone to Louisville fo a few days- George Wood has bought some lamt- for June 1st to 10th at 5o Joe Rice has bought a now threshing outfit and aU wish him success In his new enterprise Tom McMelon has added carriage painting to Rolf shop here and Is doing some nice work Letters from F P Bishop in Okla home state that he Is doing well and delighted with his new home Ho ale states that the report that part of th crew taken there by the Shelby w killed by Indians Is false and that pe ple out there are too busy to tall out much loss to kilt one another James Wllmots little boy Bryan i was taken very Monday but Is be loved to be better now L F Hubble was called Tuesday night to see his mother who Is pot expected to live El J Luce Is attending district confer once at Perryvllle E T Minor Is home again still Improving after stay in Louisville for two weeks Much has been said and dope in vet erence to tbe location of our school bouse But when our superintendent thrproposed sites and after obtaining more level land on which to build of Mr Spoonamore ordered li located on tbe Danville and Lancaster piKe some die tance from the Methodist church and work begun on tbe foundation Wed nesday morning 4GIiesymptodConsumption are the most dangerous and fatal diseases pereieteltnappears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has prov en wonderfully successful and gained its 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 ft locker copsehat Pikes Peak reservoir may cause troubl o out there but It will cut no Ice In tba Kentucky editors visit to that place All thev want is water enough to keep tho engine In eteatn Laciest ter Record What most people want is something mild and Footle when in need of a phys- Ic Chamberlains Stomach and Llre- Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists TyTIVTT I l nfiF = P J = rl1 ftj Flannel Suits rii oqo iLtji IrAre Stylish and Comfortable for warm weather We have it Ji in Gray and Oxford with rmJtheclmlkline stripe l PRICES SGOO TO SOOO tti1 rITPAYS TO TRADE ATEj THE GLOBE 11 rf Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 1 1 J Your money back if youre not satisfiedrj iif mILLER HIRSCH IDanvllleM t CoIl= Codl W1WQ = = f j j fj I s t I J t Q ptlJQF1 J toooJ 7I aiiretaThislittle 111w Gents Suits i ccKt t JhTheyfortable Our Stock of clothing full of the 5 Latest Style Fabrics Patterns y tjitsiWe keep abreast of the times and the New Things can r+ iarf H J McROBERTSr i rt G t talcrki 4rlri t4 4 J rT1fSIit fS1f t tfQISIi Cr 8DOYLE NI EiOh 0 L GOER NICHOLS DOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky equippedeasOUR BEPAJBJAGDEPABTMENT Is well prepared for tins renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol tiering Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed- Mr Goer is president awl Mr Nichols secretary of the Bole and Lincoln County Burial Association the object of which is a tar the funeral expenses of its members and fro asoclnllpns undertaken J S Goode Is the gent fur Lincoln County Phone 175 O N lMNNNfNNN SiNEaCONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY S I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for whom I have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business here carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough iaiid Dressed EtcmI will duplicate anyprices offered NlNMlNefM Buyour Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti- c vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNHl Stanford k THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON SENATOR McLxruiN of South Caro- lIna who la predicting all sorts o break ups In the politics of the solid South seems to have changed his mind in a night He made a speech In tho Senate against the annexation of the Philippines and bitterly arraigned the pjcsldcnt for his policy His vote however was necessary for the treaty and It was gotten not only for it but for all other questions the president was Interested In The fact that the patronage ot South Carolina was placed in hU hands shows what at least was a part of the mess of pottage begot for his birthright In discussing the predicted breakup Senator Car mack of Tennessee says It Is all nonsense Southern people do not take to colonization high tariffs large stand log armies or trusts and tney can not be wheedled like children Into accepting a such policies The republican party oven with the Negro disqualified as a voter to some extent is bound to con QBO to be a Negro party Id tho South and as such white men will not join It With the negro entirely eliminated from politics there might be a stronger tendency among the whites to divide but as long as It is white against black the republican party will not materially increase In the South Federal pat tronage may buy a few fellows out for sale like McLaurln but Gen Wade Hamptons answer when tendered the Columbia postofflce will be the general answer of all honest Southerners I am not to be bought MAJ A T WOOD of Mt Sterling is a rantankerous rlngtallcd warrior who professes to believe that Taylor oughtnt to have given up but held on ineplte of courts and law Said the val iant Individual at a republican po wwow in Louisville yesterday If I had been elected governor I would be gov ernor now or have remained governor so long as there was a man left to car ry a musket If I had held that chat I would have ecen every brick torn down In Frankfort but what I would have stayed Those who remember what poor sticking qualities Mal Wood developed when appointed U S Senator take his blood and thunder declarations now with a grain of salt They really dont believe be would have stuck as long as Tavlor The mage ought to walk around the blockI and cool off Nobody will take him se riously as long as he is in such an in flamed frame of mind MEN with money and charitably in dined should carry their desires Into execution during their lives and not leave wills for the lawyers to fight and fatten over Twentythree years ago Samuel Wood of Woodsburg L I died leaving 1000000 to establish a College of Music which had been the desire of his life During all these years the fight over the estate has beenI golngon till but 8130000 remain of theI original bequest the rest having been eaten up in fees and costs When a great lawyer like Samuel Jones Tllden tould not make will that passed muster before the courts It is almost use less for smaller fry to try Therefore do today what you Intend shall be done with your money for tomorrow you may die and your will will etIIbust ed THE secretary of the Kentucky Press Association has issued a notice that the outing to be taken Aug 1 will cost about 830 a person and that t7 must be forwarded to him from each person by July 20 to pay for dues and sleeping car fare An extra cost ot 85 will be assessed If money Is not sent by that date The outing as arranged is a very desirable one but we opine that many of the smaller newspaper men who thought everything would be free will decide that they are too busy to take U TUB height of absurdity in damage suite seems to have been reached when a woman sues the Galt House Com pany at Louisville for 810000 dam ages for Injuries alleged to have been utTered by slipping on a polished floor As no security has to be given and as shyster lawyers are always ready to aCt cept contingent foes in such black mailing cases people will continue to be annoyed with them There should be a Btrlngest law against such miser able litigation TIre death ot Gen Fltz John Porter recalls the fact that he was dismissed from the U S Army for cowardice in failing to take part in the battlo of Bull Hun Twenty years or more after the war a commission appointed by the resident relieved him ot the charges aad Congress after a long debate at firmed it The Dreyfus case in Franco was little more than a parallel of Por toreIN the bitterness of Us soul the Lex ington Herald is forced to remark The next House will be democratic and by a safe majority unless there Is a marked change of opinion between now and the election This honest confession is good fur the soul not nat urally bad but fearfully warped and nursing a grievance r e h THE Lqulsvlllo Times says that Senator Deboe and Congressman Borcing locked themselves in a room at tbo Louisville Hotel blow out the gas and proceeded to settle the question of ve racity between them tho former as sorting and tho latter denying that ho ever himself in written or oral relIious friends forced an entrance nod broke the silence of the two awful hours they found the Senator under the table and the representative up the chimney with the question of Verac- Ity still unsettled though Ir is dollars to doughnuts that it la tho Senator who has been reckless in handling tbo truth TUB doctors may have said a great many good things during their meeting at Loulsvllleand done much to advance the science they practice but none of them said anything huH as good as Young E AllisOn said in his address that Is from tbo standpoint of a layman Tho address was replete with wit and dry humor and was highly ap preciatedToy the outsiders the more so as it gave the doctors the grins TUB efforts of the Louisville Post have been recognized by the republicans in LouUvllle The city council elected it public printer over the Com mercial 22 to 13 This Is a rather cold potato but small favors arc thankfully received while Dick Knott will contin ue to hand around his hat and beg for alms because of what I done for sniv el liberty P WAT HAHDIN is engaged In min ing down in Georgia Wat may dig himself out yet Paducah Democrat And prove again that you cant keep a good man down POLITICAL ExCongreesman Boutelle of Maine died at the McLean Asylum at Waver ly Mass County Judge Tilton of Nicholas who recently resigned and had his son appointed is dead In Louisville a candidate for mayor has to put up 8400 to nter the primary county judge 320 sheriff 8300 jailer 8300 and soon At a meeting of the republican State central committee In Louisville Judge James Wright of Newport was inbreed for State election commissioner The new republican State campaign committee is as follows Richard P Ernst of Coln ton George W Long Leltchfield and Clint McClarty ofI LouisvilleISenator Deboe recommended ColI Ben Drane for appointment as postmaster at Frankfort but the indications are that S B Holmes will be continued in office as Senator Lindsay his backer has more influence with the admin istration than Deboe Capt Kinsey J Hampton of Win chester who was recently appointed by the president a quartermaster in the army failed to pass the examination held in Manila on account of defective eyesight He has been honorably die hanged from the volunteer service In which be has been a captain and quartermaster ADDITIONAL LOCAL TUB public school gave holiday yesterday in order that Its pupils might attend the graded school tournament at Lancaster WE are requested toannounc3 that the Southern Military Band of Crab Orchard will give a free concert In the courthouse yard commencing at 8 oclock Saturday evening- Tile downpour ot kept a good many away who had Intended seeing Topey Turvy at Walton Opera House Tuesday night and the consequence was vacant chairs were greatly in the majorty It was a clever and clean presentation of the pretty four act com edy and we are sorry more of our peo pie did not witness it Mrs A B Robertson ot whose elocutionary elate all of the ladles and gentlemen In the play are members accompanied the company and must have been proud of the manner in which her students acquitted themselves While alldld well Miss Clyde McGlnnis1 role was the leading and most difficult one and she especially is to be congratulated on her work THIS AND THAT A Lebanon firm bought 10000 pounds ot wool at 17c J M Cress sold 50 barrels of corn to S Morgan at 82 40 The Adair News says that Columbia will have a fair some time in Augun Ten thousand crates of strawberries were shipped from Chattanooga yester dayA mob shot a negro to del h near Memphis for living with a white woo man Mrs McKinley continues to Improve and may be able to start for Washing ton Monday Jackson Miss has been selected as the next place of meeting by the Southern Presbyterian General Assembly- At Bardstown Wm Campbell mom ber of a prominent Mercer fiouaty faint ly was given a fiveyear sentence for obtaining goods under false pretenses He is a cousin of Carrie Nation The Cumberland river rose 15 feet in 24 hours at Williamsburg Thousands of logs came down 10 abreast which broke away from the mills at Plnevllle and upriver points Most of them were caught IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville will hold her fair Aug 0 7 30 Lawyer H B Hogg died at Rich mond Gre nup Jenkins a Mexican war vet eran died In Mercer aged 01 Lightning played havoc with George Griders house and furniture In Caeey The Mlddlcsboro blast furnaces Idle since last spring will blow In this week Mrs L H Blanton is very at her home at Richmond and the sham battle was postponed Miss Mary A Hart hasbeen appoint ed potmaster at Bank Camp Mills WhUIev county Attorney F T Hord ot Indianapo lis who committed suicide had 1l00I 000 Insurance on his life I A postonice has been established at Hanging Hock Perry county with George W Kversole postmaster Lewis Redd and James Nelson Ne groes were drowned while tithing at Lock No 5 In the Kentucky river Thomas It Paragon has been appointed postmaster nt Lily Laurel county and E W Graham at Drydcn Wayne county The local assessment In Puhski was allowed to stand and Whineywas rais ed 2 per cent on town lots by the board of equalization Reuben Quinn the murderer sen tenced to hang at Danville May 2J has had his sentence suspended by the appellate court pending investigation of Evans set June 13 for creditors to appear in Smith Jones bankruptcy case and show cause why comps mise should not be accepted The firm did business at Livingston At Mlddlesboro Betty Stark aged IS grieving over the death of her brother whom she killed last week upon his refusal to accompany her to a dance given at a neighbors blew out her brains Monday John Mitchell and John Green had a shooting affray near Woodbine In which Mitchell shot Green in the abdomen seriously wounding him Green then shot Mitchell through the heart killing him Instantly Mrs Anne Dlckoreon Brown filed pe tition for divorce at Nicholasvlllo from Lewis Brown charging him with cruel and Inhuman treatment Mrs Brown was Miss Anne Dickerson She asks for 81000 a year alimony and the cue tody of her only child George The Somerset and Bobs Bar pipeline has been completed within 10 miles of Bobs Bar and the 60000 barrels of oil stored there will be shipped to Som ream thus month J P Hornaday has just closed one of the largest deals made In the field in which 5000 acres of choice oil territory was transferred to New York capitalists who will Immediately contract for the development of the property When Judge Tinsley arrived at London Monday he was met by a delega tion of ladies from Pltteburg and im portuned to come to their relief by put ting a stop lo the Illegal salo of whisky in and around Plttsburg The ledge Inquired of them If they did not have a county judge To this they replied that if they bad a county judge in Laurel he had failed to render any service toward putting down this whisky traf fic eo far as they knew Ho then asked if they had no county attorney They answered that if the county had an attorney they knew nothing of It He then asked If they did not have a shot lIT The reply came that the sheriff would come down and get drunk with the crowd and make as much noise as the rest of them Then Judge Tinsley Instructed the grand jury to look after the county officersLouisville Commercial MATRIMONIAL County Clerk Coooper hasnt issued a marriage license for nearly two weeks Mr Jacob Strutton and Miss Eliza E Knlder were married at Lawrenceburg The groom is 73 years old and the bride 40 Miss Daisy Tinsley of Barbourvllle was married Wednesday morning to Dr I T Catron of Atlanta Ga Moses Stephenson 78 of Morning View Ky and Stephens 70 of Kenton county were married at Covlngton Monday The marriage of Miss Ann Shelby Magollln of Harrodsburg to Mr Wm Austin of Knoxville la announced to occur on the 5th of June L S Scott editor of the Burksvlllo Herald and Miss Ida Cowherd of Adair county were married In the Christian church at Cane Valley Wed Maggie Chancellor of Millers burg who visited her cousins Misses Lucle and Ophelia Chancellor here last summer was Wednesday to Mr Everett Tbomason of that place The marriage took place at the Palaco Hotel In Cincinnati- A E Lewis of Kentucky after a short acquaintance with Miss Gertrude Jones of Gu married her there standing with witnesses at the long dlatanco telephone the ceremony being performed over tho phone by the ROT H ai Carrollton Ga 12 miles away with witnesses In his presenceJohn of Wales and Mary McAnnellev ot Wilmington Dela ware were granted marriage licenser County Clerk Nichols The groom was rattled and could remember his birthplace nor his ago until his memory was refreshed by the father of the young lady The ceremony was per formed In the Gypsy camp Advocate A RUSH Is what we have every day at theI- r The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out SaleUIf you fail to take advantage ofrThis Cut and Slash Price Sale You have missed a golden opportunity to lay in your wants at half their actual value House Furnishings Our big line of Carpets to close out at lOc to 4Jo II r yard Mattings that other stores charge 33c and 40c per yard we are closing out at 10c and 23c per yard 10 pieces matting 15c quality to close out at lOc 5 dozen paper window shades with fixtures to clove out at lOc each 10 dozen linen window shades 60c quality to close out at 25c CO pairs lace curtains 81 qunlitr to- close out at flOe a pair 0 dozen counterpane Manallles pat terns worth 81 to close out nt 5lc 5 dozen sheets 81x00 76c quality to close out at 40c 10 pieces damask table linen S6o qtial ily to close out at 2c per yard HI Corsets l 10 dozu summer ooreets 60o quality to oose out at Slo 5 dozen H 1t H corsets worth 75c to close out at 4Hc A lot of black corsets to close out at BCc on the fl MULES FOR SALE I have eight wet S to years old from MS to 1614 hands high for tale All mares but three and all good ont VillA UrNx lluttonTillc Ky JUMBO I will make the teuton with my floe jack Jumbo Will servo marts or Jennets HI f to Insure a living colt HEROH- ero 1s n One mule Jarlr Will terra mares at fS to Insure a living colt DeHoe- My fine younp Jack Deltoe will serve a few mares tree of charge Seasons due when mares are told or parted with Pasture for Jennets 12 per month I will not be lesponslble for Accident should any occur B B KINC Moroland DIGNITY DARE DEscmmox Foaled ass315 hands Incurs hltliwtlgnt i lee lbs niibotfiny Uy with Mick lolnl I In roan possrulng that wonderful characteristic of the Chester Dm family which the world acknowledge as 1Ultrler Asa show horse he nil already made a leputatlon winning In his clan sod ivrrpnuke from a yearling many blue ties In hits three yearold form betook 13 Blue Ties Out of 14 Shows Through Central Kentucky In harness be ls Terr itylUh with great action n li quite speedy loth Iin harness anil under addle We believe the pub lit It now attonled an opiwrlunltr to secure the service or the coining young sUlllon of the day at a within reach of all of rolls worn matured that will Ml rsgllyooour Kastern market at fancy prices oe bun to fully spire lat him iKiii RKRSlredbrtb famous tester Dare 0010 SI It II bely Itlark he by llic he King ttliliarn be by uhln lonikmearknlhebytilneIennurk ri nl he laace lone Voark F by ported Hedeford nt laOlUule by Wvlchmont No iar7 A 8 IL he by William Welch til he by UyUkl llsinbletoulsn In Welfbmonts lit dam Pauline Almont Forest 2d dam WaUah r 3rd by ills Vermont 4th dsin Thoroughbred Will nuke the season of at Lawn Mere Stock Farm tulles west of lliulonvillf Ky on llraiUordirllle lIulloo lIe pike At Slpto lnRurpLlvngColtiaree or money becomes due at time of such tranurlion Mares from a dlnlance kept atiper month tri a log bill must be paid lore removal of marcs Mares initialed vlll receive inonal attvnton bull am nut resjwuiilile for r1ecMARION SQUIRREL Marion Squirrel Is bands high heavy lady and bone very mane and tall solid black with out one white hslr goes Ill the galls with high stylo and plenty ol action and Is perfectly sound and a model In point and particular Ills tlral colls barn retched maturllr l are snowing what they are finest soundest and best Imrtm on the market bringing the highest prices of any combined horses on earl- h1ulliluKMrlon Squirrel was sired by old hack fmilirel ha by Beagle by ling Wllllaai 67 Ac Illack first dam Mollle was by Drownlihihlander21dambyMc lonalds he ly Ilunts lllghlsndr linen Squirrels 1st den r Green Mountain noted saddle hone 2d dam bjr Hughes JMvIn Forest NIVIB lllaok Squirrel lathe sire of more noted saddle horses than any hone In tbe world sucli as Highland Denmark now standing at 810 a sonsou Cheater Dare standing at V lied Squirrel a5 and the owner of Highland lieu rerf1mootof his get that he hat ever seen led honldstand him at n pries equaling his brothers and according to the low price that others stand at tn this county we will tan him la reach of everybody at tbe extremely low price of At 1250 to Insure Live Colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Mares traded or removed nom this county forfeit the Insurance anti the money Is due All we ask 1ler mare owners to call and see htm be tore breeding Marlon Squirrel will teaks this season at our stables In IStIDorIIJ K E II BEAZIEY TTTTT TTT Miscellaneous 25 dozen ladies hose 15o and 25c quality to cloo out at Oc n pair 15 dozen ladies black hose tOe luaU ty to close out at Oc n pair One lot ladies kid glove 11110 quality to close out at 6De Ono lot of ladles kid gloves ft quality to close out at 49o 3 ooU good sewing thread for lOa 10000 yards lousier cotton yard wide to close out at 4c per yard- S papers good pins for 6c 300 dozen pearl buttons worth 10 and 15c per dozen to go at oc 200 yard fancy garter webbing worth lOc to dose at 3c per yard Boys Clothing 150 boys all wool suits worth from II to 10 to olorve out nt f109 to f34p Lot of boys knee pants We and 11 quality to close out at 28o to 40e 75 pairs boys summer weight knee pants to close out it pair 100 pairs bora shoos lalwt I tylc worth 12 and fJ to close out nt uSe anti II M- llovs straw bats worth GOc now go fort W L Douglas 1 Quality j J H CO NEW Feed And Sale Uruces ltd Stand Depot lit Stanford New and stylish Turnouts Halts reasonable Special attention to traTtllng salesmrn Hunts bought and sold commission Single reds lay 20c llltcbealOc No hitches on public days Good attention given all stock left at our stable Phone T T T T T T T T T T T T T T Clothing 200 mens suits worth from f 10 to 818 now to close out nl from f5 40 to flO Wliy pay 125 or 80 for your sum flier suit when we can furnish you for GOc on the dollar nnd give you a nice fit Our stock of clothing Is Immense and we guarantee to please you 3dO pairs teens old haute worth 11 now to close nt SoIOH than half price Ono let of mens summer pants tl quality to go nt CO dozen nhnsshItts latest designs the same Milrt you pay 75o and II for at other store we nos sell out at 40c 76 dozen teens summer nndenhliu Me qimlllr to clwe out at 28c One lot of wens black gel tan sox Utojnml Sfic quality to come out at Oc 100 dozen pftlra teens blue and gray tailed cuten sOx lOo quality to dse- out at fie II6OcCummins MeClary STANFORD KENTUCKY ClothingHatsFuraishiagsShoes t1 Queen on SHOES Agents Royal Tailors- Housecleaning Time Springs fresh verdure and the early WARD Livery Stable Mens When primrose ana violet on the lawn shames your old carpet and makes you revolt at relaying it is time that the soulrlongsforfresh for her floor cover ing When we are sell ing new and handsome vstyles in carpets rugs lowisecure them Look at Furniture JCarpets W W Withers Stanford I McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinnoy Ky Make and keep constantly on hand tho twit of Flour Meal SlilpstulT urea Chick ou Keed Ac Irlccs very reasonube GUI tom grinding u specialty U V Kennedy Miller a eer II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STtNIollu Ky MAY 21 1001 TRY thuMudtraTafl clear for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUIt proscription work le Un8Urpl8 cd Try tin and bo convinced Peony Drug Storo PERSONALS JACOH Gtssiiuitn Iii la Cincinnati buying gouda Miss FLonitCli MYISK8 U Villllng- I to Louisville Tin aged Mrs A U Foley of Drab Orchard is very sick lilts J S GOOUK wont to Louisville yesterday to yUlt frland Miss ALViliA VANAU8DAlll Is spend log a low days In Lexington MRs HOLUAM STUAIIT of Grays It here to leo hur mother who U + Miss ANNH ELLIS has returned from a visit to friends at Huatonvlllu Miss KSSIK Duncil spout several days with Mr A Addams at Lebanon Mit ANI MRS MIltli HAHDIN are visiting friends and relative In Monti cello MRS MARY CRAIO vUltcd her un clc Dr Ilawlcln Urown nt Iluttonrlllo this week MRS A D BLAIN and Root Blain of Dry lildKo arc with the family of Mr John Kills Miss MYRTLE BURTON will repro sent HarrodburK In B H Deazleyi contest In Juno I MRS 0 ALINO of PhiUdelphUPa It vUUInff her daughter Mr C II Utce of Mnywood MRS THOMAS LASLBY of Livingston Is visiting Mr Lasloyi mother Mr Annie La loy W W WiTllBHB U sick and John II Wooer It aitlnini In his toro dur log hi confinementp MRS DOLLY WILLIAMS UUHNHTFJ and baby of Hotton arts visiting rein lives at Huttoovllle- MISSKS PAUL UOHNBIUB and Tovlt Carpenter are with l1u Christine Braille at Lancaster Mils r T IHwsLKY who continua ill has been taken to Joseph Price In i irmary tot treatment MRS WILL IL W HA RUN en tor nt nod tho Fancy Work Club very bandiomo P ly yesterday afternoon MRS G A McllOliHRTB went to Lancaster yesterday to too her sister Mrs J M Farra who It Ill JflKJKGKORiJBMDAViSONhaa been appointed assistant district attorney and his Irlendt are iliad HARRY PATTKRSON it In LouUvlIlo I and Miss Minnie Fred is running the Crab Orchard Exchange Miss JKSSIB POWBLL of Huston vllle pent several days with her sis ter Mr lV II Murphy MRS DR L U Coon accompanied her husband to the meeting of tho State Medical Society at Louisville f TlIK United Daughter of tho Con i federaoy will meet with MM W A Trlbble on Tuesday 2Sih at 3 1 DR I G GOLUSTHIN tho oculist and optician will be at the Veranda Hotel next Monday to remain a few day only II G CllUTCIinKLli hat taken th agency for the Slrgcr Sewing Machin- r Co Call on him if you need a ma chine DR K J HROWN hat joined the rest of the Stanford doctors at tbo meeting of the State Medical Society In Louis ville Butt to the wife of Mr A E Godwin adaugbterMlllle Grandpa lllch ard lilbb It the happiest man in the county t JOHN II DINWIDDIB who recently left tho Wot End for Oklahoma Is now a mine host at Braman that territory MRS J Z SlOONAMORK went to Frankfort yesterday to attend the mis sionary society meeting to which she Is a delegate MRS NANCY WRKN daughter Mr I U Edwards and granddaughter Zelia of Owonsboro arc guests at Mr John Wrens MIIIflittle Miss Irene Woodson who hat been with her It En IEAit1s clerking for W C Shanks and he would be glad to have his friend call on him there when they y want groceries MRS FRANK WILKINSON and Fay i Otto Wilkinson of Burgle spont yes terday with Mrs Ed Wilkinson wb has just returned from Casoy A GLASS of Doyle who bough- Greenberry Bright cottage ha moved to the tollgate house on Daav11- 1Avenue until ho can get possession H his property Miss EtOKNlA DUNLAI tho prctt- y daughter of Bon W G Dunlap Lexington and her brother George were hero Wednesday on route to Lan caster to Vlelt their uncle Capt Land cam PROF J W TAYLOR who was prin cipal of Garrard College which he ran j successfully Is hero to Investigate tho f Female College with a view to taking charge of FIT The trustees could not secure a better roan Miss KDYTII YOITNO GRIGGS the very attractive and charming young lady who has been a guest at Dr Steel Baileys left for her homo at Ottaw this yesterday and more than one rt is bleeding over her departure 1 MISSKS KATB BOOLK and Helen Hockcr of Uustonvlllo are here Miss JKAN BUCHANAN of Crab yesterdayTUBcollege Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock tacceptedhet Surety Co of Lexington Waynoeburrsays her husband continues III Miss SARAH LYNN who graduates at Mlllontburg Female College this your will represent that Institution at tho Htnzley elocutionary contest Juno alet LOCALS NKV thing in neck wear at Cum mine it MoClary LANCASTIM with potato plants Monday O J Newland RKMBMHBK tbu meeting at Hue tonvlllo at 210 Saturday afternoon 60600 CIOOD brlok for sale Alto handle the bust grades of coal Call on me T L Shelton Rowland BOYS now Is tbo tlmo to have your measure taken for a dress suit See our samples Cummins Si McClary CAST Ranges with steel ovens arc rapidly becoming more popular Try one and you will son why It It Satis faction guaranteed George II Farrls it Co flows Tatsn0000 1 Gentry ro calved yesterday from Jacob Dlsch of tho Ottcnholm section three fleeces of good wool that wplghcd 45 pound Who can boat this Tin L t Nwill tell round trip tlekotron Its regular train to Clnoln nail Sunday for 110 Train leave s Stanford depot at 210 A M and arrive e In Cincinnati nt 7 oclock Mr tmoNAII usual tho INTB RIOU JOURNAL repricentallve will at Mt Vornon next Monday first day of olroult court See him If you have any business with this pairar x100001r Matt D Crow who makes his home with his brother R H Crow In the Shelby City section has sold an Interest In his Bluograt s Sliver Mlno In Colorado for 90000 GOOCII Cleo Gooch 15 year old son of T J Goooh of the Eubanks section died Tuesday night of stomach trouble after a short Illness Ho was a splen did boy and tho Idol of hit father The remains wore burled by the side of hit mother In Olive Cemetery The fu neral will bo preached on decoration day TOLLOATB BLOWN UITho toll saw rccnntly put up by the Dlx River it Lancaster Turnpike Co near Hedge vllle was blown up with dynamite Wednesday night No one was hurt and unfortunately the wreckers aro not known The sale was put on a e4or piece of pike which the fiscal court o Boylo declined to buy DISSOLUTION The firm of Warren t Shanks has dissolved A A Wa conuwill glad to servo all of too old cue tomora nnd lots of new ones Parties Indebted to tIll old firm will please call on Mr Shank and settle at he needs the money to replenish bis stock lIAN1 programs have been got ten out lor Misses Mary Carpenter and Julia Siagg who will give what prom lees to be a most delightful entertain mental Alcorns Opera House In Hug tonvlllo next Tuesday night Titer will bo music galore both vocal and instrumental a one act play sitsdone drills tableaux fie in which tho boat talent obtainable will tako part Go and If you dont get your moneys worth call for it at this olllce COtiNRIItsILtTRVLTHItA9T4o L it X will run a special train from Lou isville to Memphis leaving Louisville at 8 30 A M Monday May 27th arriv Ins at Memphis at 7 l it Passengera leaving Stanford at 2 41 A M Monday will connect with this train at Louis vlllo This train will be equipped with free ohalr cars and veterans from this section should take advantage of title opportunity to snake this trip and avoid a nights ride Fare 884C round- trip Joe S Rico Agent Newoa ono en oneeIn of tolligypsy upturned eliwufr t was to returned to him The gypsy covered nnsd to vcr on top of it Ho produced n half dollar Tho fakir then murmured a lot of In cantatlon made several mysterious posses then grabbed tho money and made for tho door As she grubbed the money the gentleman grabbed her and hold her around tbo waist with one arm while with tho other he was endeavor lag to recover his money While thus engaged the door opened and tho gen llemanM wile entered It took two hours of and 82 worth of maat tare and during tho confusion tho gypsy escaped with the money FRESH candles and cakes at W C Shanks We can furnish any standard jetourIJrlee81II1r RRMEMIIKR that our terms are cash Low cash prices on feed of all kinds J H Baughman it Co HIGGINS it McKiNNEY have a riding cultivator that is attracting attention Ask aboutrlt Call nnd see It they College will pleaseS pay their tuition bill as soon as possi ble The money Is needed to meet ex penses Nannie S Saulley POCKET book with considerable sum lost between Turnersvlllo and Stanford or between Stanford and Danville Lib oral reward If left at this ollico or to turned to W P Ward Route 0 Lex logton Two or three Xegrous in the western suburb being afflicted with u breaking out u report spread that smallpox was with us again but only tho timid were frightened by It The disease does not roach to the importance of chicken pox either In breaking out or making the patient sick as bona of them have been forced to go to bed Those affect ode however have been Isolated and precaution taken to prevent tbo spread of what they have If It bo catching CENSURED Tbo Courier Journal says thatIoJ N Saunders of Stanford a referee In bankruptcy was criticised by Judge Walter Evans Tuesday on ac count of his aotlon In proceeding to luke proof In the bankruptcy case of Smith it Jones of Livingston after 05 per cent of the creditors had agreed on it compromise Judge Evans stated that Mr Saunders should have notified him of tbo compromise and ordered that the referee should como Into court sod make a statement of the case that tho order for taking proof could bo formally set aside II We do not know ratty thing of the merits of the case but we believe with a Stanford lawyer that censure from such u judge as Evans praise indeedtCRAU ORCHARD LA5 the summer draws near Crab Orchard gets llvcIer both from a business and social stand point Residents of the old town seem to take on new life and aro now show Ins a decided spirit of Improvement The Springs buildings are being paint ed and papered and aro beginning have tits appearance of the palmy days when the wealth of tbo South gathered there every season There Is every reason to believe that Manager J B Willis Is the right man for the position he holds and if tbo Springs does not enjoy a successful season It will bo DO fault of tbo clever and clllclcnt mini host The opening ball which occur on the evening of June 14 will bo t4 swellest for years A splendid orches tra of eight pieces will furnish the mu sic and nothing will be leftundono thet addtotbedclectatlo0ottheguestsf Springs commencing June 18 and con tinuing three days Is also being looked T6re lobiI pot will be put In too little one so W speak for this occasion W A Dcazley who will share a portion of oho profits of hotel keeping In allum mar resort town is enlarging his hotel near too depot and soon ho will bo ready to accommodate all who come Every drummer on tho road knows what an excellent tablo Mr Beartloy seta and all delight In staying with him as long as possible Too Cover House right In town Is also well pre pared to attend to the wants of the traveling public and those who choose that hotel will be well cared for Mrs Bowman Smiths summer boarding house promises to be well patronized- o It should be Crab Orchards mcr chants wore all busy when tho writer called on them Wednesday and If the majority of them are not makinA moo oy signs go for naught Dr W M Doorea1 and wlfaa golden wedding Wednesday was attended by a largo number of friends who enjoyed a most excellent dinner with that hospitable couple The siestas and bls wife nova both grown since they married half a century ago When the ceremony was said In 1S51 Dr Doores was 2t years old and weighed Hi pounds Vhllo his brldo was sweet 16 and was three pounds lighter Their combined weight now Is 391 pounds the doctor weighing 2lti and bls wife 175 pounds They have had seven children three of whom rare living J II Collier contracted with the Central Construction Co of Loxlng ton to furnish eight carloads of gels phono poles 25 to 15 feet length Ho sublet the contract to a Brodheaa part B P Ledford now occupies a por tion of T J Cultons home Mr Cul ton Is materially Improving his rust dence and Is doing nicely In his groc cry J W James has bought too Mrs Sullle Hlgglns home and will move to It soon He was busy working his Jar don when we called at his place of bus Iness J W Butcher Is probably tbo only colored whisky I maker In the State Ho holds that responsible po sition at J W James distillery and la giving entire satisfaction Butcher is the Ulan who offered for the republican nomination for assessor four years ago and whoso claims were scarcely consid ered by his white brothers Messrs W C Price and Will Gilmore of Dan ville are guests at the Beazley Hotel I HARVE ROIHNSON colored who broke out of the Lancaster workhouse was arrested hero by Marshal Jones yesterday TilE firm name of J A Allen d Co lumber dealers and contractors was unintentionally omitted from the list of those who belong to the Script Benefit Association They aro members In good standing NOTICE Singerawingtlin tailli of this county In u sew days IIrtIIINOTICE HluoprHM seed tripped on nlmrcii or strippodSummer Boarders oppositeChristian ICIerJunet MRS IIOWMAN SMITH Crab OjvlmrU Ky iTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wo hereby state that the Dig Mow sold by thoOliversuperior to the crndlu W O COWAN J P OOODE S M OWENS NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BURKE k SN Pron JUNCTION CITY KY RatesSpecialOruln and Hay For Sale The Fine Mnl mil Jennet Ja- ckBlack CloudWill mite the tettoi of it honey Pala a Staffordlureikat15tofbmreailHagcolt 0 co arormareIslartedwith and a lIe- oaiIOII cult uolllooQ money It paid lie lia SighSlrrl hlre mints yam old 153 h11 lIy Tow feeao Itt duo by Isbycountrye H T IILSH Public Sale I will hell ul public auction on Saturday Juno 1st 1901 homesInon IIUlt01l9111u pike containing Klucres and hastootherouLhulll1lng8 mallekoownticular rail un or nddrcss W FRANK McKlNXEV Stanford SHSRIFFS SALE FOR TAXES IoodayJune toeSTANFORD White W T Stone 104 acres 95 T5 CRAII dRCHARD COJohnHUSTON VI LLE 470AS M OWENS Sheriff The Famous Ciab i I i OrchardjM ARE NOW OPEN Under the management of J II Willis and wife of Richmond Kv and will be the en tlroHtason The OlENINC HALL will be the nltrhl of the Nth of June followed by the State Pharmacists Meeting on the IHh to 3Ut Inclusive llvtwvco then and July thero will bi dancing and minor entertain ments On the 4th there will be a grand rally and picnic with excursion rates on all railroads und free toll on the turnpikes A splendid band engaged for the season Ac commodutlons for gue- stsOGDENSBURG 8787 Record 2SX trial 222 by Mambrlno Intchen Will make the present season at my farm at SIO to Insure a Llvlne Colt Opilunsburg It a fine Individual with ty of speed and action Tho know what a breeder ho Is tend will take advantage of the low price at which ho a insureJivingfreed M S HAUOHMAN Stanford Ky GALTON 12910 Standard and rattlilerc1 Sired by jauitwlta B4lnen02a51nttlelnraine7aFlat ilam palsy Ilelil gramlaur of dice Wilkes 217 and Aleatta gas 1IIndt1 sire of 6 In 2in lalllIlulkalep217 lemonade 227 aololhelt and iuia ofJtheblasloffonrieadfn 1iieriaastarIn the show rings UU colts are yet and fine highestprices IDIhUBxerpstakee OUOfrJroveoalitforewest of Ilvmonvllle on ilradlonlivllle pllet 10 To Insure a Living Colt W M DODD Huitonrnie 1I Royal Worcester Corsets A re the highest type of Corset production In America The Dowager For perfecteattafactlonmakes we handle THOMPSONS GLOVE FITTING And the W B Erect Form also r 50cts l SUMMER CORSETS l200 Remember we sell the best kid gloves for ladies ever shown in Stanford and fit them without extra charge at and 150 JOHN PJONES Stanford DontStayAwayc- 1 m From these bargains on our Cheap Counter There is a great saving to you if you can use nuy of the short lengths of dOODSSw Siw iino wear giCJj0 wm than usual and you get the benefit gl ti Remnants from every department nt from t io to 50 per cent off tho price m 1J We are still talking and telling good shoes 7 and just cant stop because it means a saving to yu spill n regular customer for itsrII 3 iE Efi l i3 1 See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford or I THE NatiDnal Weekly Investment so fitIPresents a progressive profitpaying plan of absolute equity the worth of which is at 1 tested by our imitators Merit will always win success Ours is established For further particulars address GBO B OTT Secretary 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky FREE S5 FREE Dont fall to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers anyMerchantA 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWhich they will accept for 5 cents on every CASH IUHCIIASE OF ONE DOL LAn And take special notice that tbo Merchants who belong to this Asso ciation are the most wide awake and keep the best stocks of goodn anti their prices are the lowest INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON ProprietorFlNJ PRINTING Severance Sons Dry Goods Notions Shoes Pennys Drug Store Drugs ami Chemicals V W Withers Furniture Carpetsfo Higgins it McKinnoy Groceries Hardware and Implements II J McRoberts Gents Furnisher Miss Annie Phillips Milliner R E L Simms Coal Dealer William Hamilton Jeweler J A Allen Co Lumber a I tLTHE INTMQRJOURNA rotbllhaTtairap sad FridaQa iI 1 PER YEAR AT CASH t When not aopaldfflZOO will becharged Entered n the postofflce at Stanford a totoanddlu matter i 1 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE ST Manutacturer of BRICKt- n Dealer Inj JrAnd o o For Prices FA s PRICE l t Surgeon Dentist f lBtnnford Ky Omeecv MtRoberta Drug Store In the Owiley f DiillJInc f ReA JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higgins do McKlnncys Story Telephone No 48 JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard whore I will be glad to give you flour meal bran shlpstutr c tor your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of gpod flour and 10 pounds bran to the bushel of No 2 wheat Our Is ground on the old fasblot 48 Inch burrs It Is my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will me a liberal share of your patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale prices The flour and meal are made at the Farmers Roller Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MORRIS FRED II Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange t fRUITTBROSMORELAND KY r FurnitureUndertaking And Livery DrR GOLDSTEIN Optic Specialist of 5II Uh Ave Louisville Ky will be lu Stanford Monday May27 To remain 8 few day only Consultation Examination FREE Ii8EAZ Fs HAYS 1tJNDED1AXmBS DZAtaaaa tFurniture Mattin jjsRugs i And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Iricea right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ MccbMY AXERii eat aid vrteaeeiY ft Manufacturer nnd Dealearln BAIL ESS SADDLERY C it Stanford Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to sell mesamill or will trllle It for stock or will move It to a tyoily of Umber and It If party wishes 0 W SIXOLETOS Crab Orchard FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on band and for tale at all times W Logan Wood slan- agerMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splondsdI table firet class PorteIP meet all trainsS9 Painting Repairin I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In Bratclass style Experienced men to do It and work guava teed can have your old vehicle mnde new for very little money J U QUEER Stanford Iy Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KY MORRIS FRED PitomiKTOU I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do anyand all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will at times furnish tho best o- fFlour Meal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a bare ot promising to give mepatDrs Slavin it Phillip OSTEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrllle tnudsy6 ttedoeslays and Will be In Stanford Tuwlays ThurtJayi and stunity Onto In the JVnnlnjton DullJlnlStanfordU lice hours 9 to n1 to r n OSTEOPATHY The Science originated and developed by D- raTSti1Lof Clravlae Mo depend on th prlnc1plll of Anatomy and Physiology for Iti fee ulU 1t ffOluffM no tltb drug no rubbing no surgical operation and claims bins super nun IS machine oho manr arU iu keynote adjustment When all part are properly adjusted and not overworked health the result Some of the dlsease treated by us Nrrou roMratlon HaJ ches Neuralgia Rbnmutbm Catarrh Weak Eyes Granulated Lids Goitre least liver and Lung DUeasw Constipation PUN Gall stones Enlarged Initiate al Stole Dlwaws of Bone aiic J tntsSptnalCurratureDldoatiom5tlaJclne II Ftnial Diseases a specialty Contullatloi Fref Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- uccouor toThe Farmen Bank A Trust Cora pan and under same management continue iouily for Si Years Solicits Your Bank Account loping such buslnwu relations will prove mutua ly benencial and plel DIP CTOUS- BJ Paxton J 8 Ole Sr J i Menefee A W Carpenter W J E LynnS J F Cash J B Owilcy OFFICERS S H Shanks Preitdent I UOwlrevluhlrW 54 Ilripbt Aut Cash IRSTNATIONALBANK OF STANFORD KY a ltalStok J53000 Sarplui J10003 This institution originally established at the IX ItBanknfStanforJln ISM then reorganized Itbe Katlona Bank ofStaniord In 1865 andagali ganlied ai the First National Dank of Stanton n 1s82hat had practically an uninterrupted nllle- ncetor years It li better supplied now wit IaclllUea for transacting business promptly and I llytbanembefoteln Its long and honoiab career Accounts ol Indlrlduali fiduciaries llndlrldualnolleltedDIRICTOIt F Reid Mntola 0 J W Iltydgn Stan to S T Htrrts H Binghman J S Hocker TF Hill WP Walton W A Tribble J ColllerCrab Orobd Jai Koblnaan Hubble DElmere St nbr l arrlczas J S IloekerPreellent J J McBoJerts Cajhlrl j James Fryes Great Car 9t Sale HUSTONVILLE SI will sell for the next few days ONLY the best of two ply al wool carpets at 60e a yard former price C5c to 75c Jute andwool at 25c worth 85c Finest t quality cotton chain mattings Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at I0c worth 15c uandIA Lie but you COmo and see for yourself JM Fan lIustonTJllo t a t lr 1 Enthusiastic Celebration LEXINOTON May 22Ono of the most enthusiastic celebrations In the history of Kentucky University VAS held Thursday evening In honor of tho victory of Robt E Moss of Nasl vllle Tcnn who was K Ue represci tatlve In the contest of the Southern Oratorical Association held at Austin Texas May 15 Abaft 200 Unlverslt boys met on tho campus In front of tbe Art College where they worn joined by about 100 State College cadets who brought their cannon with them After several shots were fired speech were made by boys from both college college tongs were sung and colleg yells were given Sumo more shots were fired from the cannon and the rcarch was taken up for Hamilton College The youn ladles of that Institution were entertained for awhile with K U and State College songs and with the yells of both colleges delivered In the most Impressive manner The bos then formed by fours and marched In a doublo column down Broadway and Main Streets as far as the Phonl Hotel Tho noise made was heard allover Lexington It was a howling successMr declamation Men rise on Stepping Stones of Their Dead Solve to Higher Things Is tbo same wltl which ho won the Stato contest a feT years ago and Is said to be one of th finest declamations ever delivered by a college student The governor of Texas presided over tho contest and tbi judges were some of the brighten State officials The decision was unan Imo sly In favor of Moss Several streetcars have been chartered and Mr Moss be met at the Q C lepot at 10 this morning by a students and amid the strains of musicI and the Buttering of banners will be aken over the city CHARLES NORTH KINGS VILLE Rev Palmer a temperance lecturer reached at Pleasant Point Sunday vcnlng and Is assisting the W C T C Miss Annie Gooch of Waynesburg vas here Friday en routo to Stanford A G Faulkner Is erecting a new rest pence near here Mr and Mrs W L McCarty aro reo ilclng over the arrival of a daughter Llttle Miss Gladys Dr C M Tbomp soo spent a portion of last week fishing 10 Pulaski Klngsvlllo may have a baby show In the near future Mrs Everett Chevo lette nee Flint of Lexington Is vhlt- log her relatives here Mrs B C Pen ybacker and daughter Miss Gertrude trended the funeral of Mr D P DI eens father at Somerset last week Mrs Cbevolefc and daughter Mss Ella conducted the hotel during the bsenceof the formers etster In law Irs Pennybacker Mrs Elizabeth aylor Is the guest of her son hero llsscs Julia and Lot McKee of Cyn blana will arrive next week to visit tbe family of Mr J A McKee J M IcCarty was In Lexington last week J Everard Crelehton of Wilmore In at home for a brief visit to the home lolks St John Boyle lost 100000 In tbe- Wa1l Street panic LAND STOCK CROPS ETC O P Huffman bought of Win Rig ney a bunch of hogs at G- oBcazley Uros sold to Samuel Dull derar a bunch of shoats at Co J C Hays sold to Fox Lawson 35 145pound contract hogs at 6Jc J H Baughuian l Co bought of W E Amon bushels of wheat at Toe Smith Powell oi Madison sold a Southdown ram for 25 and 20 owes at 20W H Traylor bought of James lUg by 100 barrels of corn at 2 50 at th crib FOIL SALE Good yearling mule tWO good milk cows 12 sboats and six hell ers Mark Hardin A pair of Norman horses sold In To wa the other day at 11 cents a pound They weighed 3200 Fort SALE Two Polled Angus bulb ready for service Good ones J W Baughman Stanford The small sum of 95 In the cost of the slro will often make 950 UllTcrenc in the value of the colt Isaac Hubbard sold to Lutes h Co r hug for 1 22621 or Go a pound and 10 otlgull Bros 11 calves at 2150 The Georgetown Times reports sales of G4 hogs at 5121400 lambs atl 75 head and 2000 pounds of wool at 20a At tho sale of Shorthorns of C L Gerluugh at Osborn Ohio 35 sold thi males averaging 480 and the females 857 As special commissioner Capt S F Rock sold to State Senator J M Thorn us of Paris 3221 acres of Jackson county land at about U- J M Sallco has sold his Interest In the farm owned jointly to his partner- sI T and T S Lanier at 110 posses sloe to be Ion Sept let Mr Sallcc gets the growing crops- J E Clay sold to tbo United Dressed Beef Co of ew York City 112 1300 pound cattle at 60 An Ohio man paid Mann k Fuhrman Itoo for a pair of fancy mules Paris Kentuckian Covlngton Arnold t Bro have re- ooled between 12000 and 15000 Ibs of wool for which they paid from 12 to 20 cents Deatherago Nell have bought bout 10000 pounds at the same fig ires Richmond Climax The Messrs Beazley feel prouder han over of their magnificent stallion Clarion Squirrel A Troy N C man who has a line mare brought her to Cenlucky to breed to the best saddle talllon ho could find and easily decided on the above bore John Hooker of New London 0 old the nineear old Hereford cow Dolly IIwith heifer calf at her side- for 5000 The purchaser was N W lowen of Delphi Ind The sire of tbe calf of Dolly II catalogued alIke vas sold for 1200 HOWS Tilts r WI otrr One llunJrfl Dollin Reward for anT e aw of Catiuih that cannot bi cured br Hills la- tanb Cur K JCiiEiKriCol ninTotMlaO lye the undfnUneJ bare known F J Cheney- r the tail IS nan and believe him pfrlrctlf loorlile In all builnm tranlulioul il Sean- lallyable to tiny out any olll illoni made br heir arm WrIT A THus WboltulllrupIII Tot lo O Waldlnlt Klnnan Marrln Wholesale Druggist- oledo i llallt C Urth Cure li taken Internally aHInc testily n the Mood and tnueoui airurM the system rice TV let bottle told bj all dIg- lSII tend for tmtlmuDlaU free Ball Kinlllr IUI ire the beet HIC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call It REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS DRUG STORE WALL PfPER PARLOR + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper J Ever shown in this section from the cheapest to the must expensive made Wo have in our employ Expert Paper Mangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possible price He also have a full lino of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Palmers Supplies Ec A IL GIBBONS Danville Hler Wiril Deutch Gespochen J Q lUNZIIVK Clerk French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In Trench Conch Horse Stud Hook of America also In Hopubllquo- IrancuUe llamas Natlonuux No I2sna Winner of first prize at the National Universal Ex position 1arla iSOT und In ISO Com with over Htulllons Imported by M IL Tchener L Co Chicago In l Ji Color buy with small star black points 1CJJ haniU high weighs In working order 1825 pounds foaled April 2f lees Itrccl by M Iemelnml of Communa of Iluboravlllo department of Liimorclili got by the Government utallton 1rauto dam Chnrmantl by Lollard dam Revolution QUASI will mike the present season of 1001 at my farm 3 miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR SI5 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT Mares kept on grass at SOr per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Horsey Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estcllo 219j Sired by Zllcadl Golddust 4100 by Oolddust ISO by Vermont Morgan dam by Xllcadl nn Imported Arabian stallion Ooldduste dam Is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief n son of Gaffs Morgan making him nn Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion dc from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horses known Doraey Golddust U u dark bay full 10 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds u proven and uniform breeder of hlghClass road and Eastern horses combining all tho qualities for harness stud saddle and aro In demand at top prices Will make the present season at my term near Stanford at iio to Insure a colt Will stand a good mule at 1 REID Stanford Ky 1 irlJ tt We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I Ever brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show you Carriages Huirglea Koad Wagon Carts Etc at exception1 ly low figures We also carry nn excellent line of Farming 1ll1plemelltsII WHROIIR Tooth and Dic Harrows Ilown IlotlersalnrludhlfFtenn In tho Implement line used on the farm We have our own Rubber Tire nn can replace ymir old t Rubber TiresMu- ch cheaper than you can send to tho city and Lavo it dune nod also save you freight charges CaU when you are In town Bruce Bright Danville GO TO W B WcRobert- sDruoOist IForLinseed Oil Ready t Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stainsf SSISS SSSSSSSS Special Prices tOn Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next Thirty dayseW E PERKINS YCrab Orchard Ky C r Stop and Read This are fully A Gigantic Record Slaughter Oleranc sale is goinn on at the Racket Stare Stanford Ky Being now overstocked with good the iwopbt of Llneeln 1 rod surrounding counties will now have the chance to buy Good Goods at Low Prices I rJbargainsThe Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Olnsburj Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Hank u I CRAffGS HCKIRQ The r PU fins Can supply you with the Best of Paints Oil And Varnishes Also lainteHSniplies at LOWEST PRICESSo J rITAfter a good deal of persuasion I decided to the Popular Wither and can- trulhfuify say it the Greatest invention of the kind made The prico at tint j Sfcmed high Jut after a trial Ilun convinced IIt is very cheap M us E J BROWN V FOR SALE IJY II GEO He FARRIS 5 COIB New Goods New FirmA- nd Every Day la Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly FresQt Andjyou have a Nice New Sloe k to select from Your patronage willIbe appreciated Goods delivered promptly Gall andsco us W W SAUNDERS CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street r 3