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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rp SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 28 1901 9 A M NO 27ILAND STOCK CROPS ETC 1David Scott sold to W A Hall a etcor calf for 25IW n Traylor bought in Garrard bO barrel of corn at 12 10 W II Dudderar bought of JoeChan cellor 58 sheep for 8150 James H Dalton bought of William Iepples eight shoals at Co W T Tucker sold to S M Owens ecvon short yearlings at 925 Lutes fc Co bought a bunch of belf era of various parties at 31 to tIc Isaiah Whlto sold to Lutes A Co some holier at to and a cow at lo- Ucszley Brothers sold to M Ss S s t Daughman a good family mare for 1135 Will graze some stock Plenty of water and grass W W White Ly tie Fort SALB Good yearling mule two good milk cows 12 shoatu and six boll ere Mark Hardln Foil SALtTwo Polled Angus bulls ready for service Good ones J W Baugbman Stanford We are In the lamb market and will pay the highest price See us before you sell Lutes Co 6t Lutes t Co bought of J II Grcer a cow at 3c and sold to Wm Uupco it Co omo butcher calllo ut 3Jc- ns A Dodd sold 40 horses In Illls burg Pa at an average of 1200 Two J of the horses sold at usa and 150 each Richard Croker bought Honlta Belle I 10 years old and Jim Goro her year ling colt of the Melbourne Stud for 113000 W P Hlalt welched up Monday to D W Scott 17 lambs that averaged 105 lb at the per Ib Winchester t DemocratD of Clark county secured the contract to furnish the Boston JCa vy Yards with 125000 pounds of double hempIoutsider at 4 to won too Brooklyn Handicap Saturday Not- withstandingt the rain over 20000 pco pie saw the race At Shorthorn sale at Clrelcvllle t 0 the calllo sold averaged 121159 Highest price was 1700 for a bull calf Two others brought 1500 each I The cry of a shortage In tobacco plants Montgomery Is really serious j and will cut an Important figure In an already greatly reduced acreage i Lutes Co shipped two carloads of hogs last week which they bought In Lincoln and Casey at 4J to 400 They brought 54C to b 85 In CincinnatI II P Thompson One barn In Mont gomory containing 75000 pounds of tobacco and farming Implements blew down during a storm Lou 120000 partly Insured LANOASTKU CounT There wore f about 150 calllo on lobo Lancaster mar kotyesterday A bunch of 000pound steers brought IB another lot sold 3i to 3o heifers were In demand at Sic to I Sit good calves 112 to 120 J cows and calves and springers 125 to a S 0 Plug horses were dull at CIO to clto The crowd was hardly up to the average CHURCH MATTERS t The Methodists claim a quarter of a million converts since lust winter Tbo General Association of Kentucky Bapifsts will meet at Murray Juno 11 The faction opposing creed revision was voted down 231 to 221 by the PresIbyiorlan general assembly at phia Rev S M Rankin went to Lexing ton yesterday to confer with hU com mitten with reference to a church col logo for girls U Tho Sunday School at Turncrsvlllo will observe Sunday school dav at 030 next Sabbath with an elaborate program Everybody Invited Tbo Central Christian church at Lexington raised Rev I J Spencer f salary to 12800 to keep lime from ac cepting tho Chicago call Tho Cumberland Presbyterian As scmbly adopted a resolution advising against tho use of tobocco but the assembly refused to pass a resolution In f dorsing the prohibition party Because tbo Hev William B Johns ton pastor of tho Boone Fork t 3church in Lotcbcr county was thought to a kuklux sympathizer tho worn bers of tbo congregation dismissed him The amendment offered In tho Pre Hbytorlan General Assembly in 1hlla to dismiss consideration of th MSrovtaion of tho confession of faith wa defeated by an overwhelming majority John Alexander Dowle thoIOfalth healer was arrested In Chicago on the charge of being criminally respon elblo for the death of u woman who t expired without medical attention Tbo womans husband was also arrested The Southern Presbyterian General I Assembly gate assent to the consollda tlon of the Daovllle and Louisville r Theological Seminaries by a vote of 12 to 50 bulled the responsibility wit the Synods of Kentucky and Missouri The consolidation la now assured A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber Iains Pain Balm For ale by Craig IHocker Druggists SHELBY CITY Our bank building which has been delayed on account of waiting for the Iron front will soon bo completed us the front arrived last week Miss Katherine Wells stepdaugh ter of Mr G D MoCollum of Junction City will represent Caldwell College Danville In the contest Juno 21st at Stanford She Is only 17 years old but Is well known as a forcible and attract lye elocutionist I am still alive after lOdays vacation snout In carrying wood lighting weeds shingling trimming hedges and trees and numerous other things necessary on a small farm at this season of the year It seems like a month since tbo 16th but when the vacation gets be bind mo it teems only too short On Friday night at 8 there passed away from this weary life Mrs Mar tha W Sumpter of Mltcbollsburg aunt of Capt W E Grubbs She left two children Mrs Win Daugherty of Bowling Green and Miss Jennie Sump ter of Mltchellsburg Rev May of the Fork preached ber funeral Tho remains were Interred In tho Perry vlllo cemetery An only sister Mrs Jennie Qulnn of Bowling Green was present when she died Misses Ina and Mary Young of Keene aro up spending a few weeks with their cousins Misses Bertha Grubbs and Tcrab Moore Miss Sallie Koglcman who has been at tho Joseph Price Infirmary for the past month has returned homo cured thanks to Dr Carpenter Miss Elizabeth Fayetle Eogletnan who has been attending Midway College for the peat two years arrived homo last week to spend vaca lion Mrs K L Giubbs who came to tbo infirmary a week ago is Improving rapidly Her husband was up Sunday to see her Mr and Mrs K LGrubbs leave Thursday to visit relatives In Jessamine county The commencement of tbo Junction City Graded School the beet one In Boyle or Lincoln counties was held at the Maccabco Hall Friday night In spite of a downpour of rain tbo house was filled The exercises consisted of songs essays and solos Miss Lou a Or boy presided at the piano Misses Jen ale Helm and Edna Shlvel favored the audience with piano solos The Star Spangled Banner Suance Hlver and Massait In the Cold Cold Ground were well rendered by the school Misses Georgia Gaines and Mary Steele exe cuted a cake walk Diplomas of grad uallon from the High School course were awarded to Miss Martha Cox and and to Messrs Lesley Purdom and Clay Cox Hev G W Mlllsdollvcred them An address was given by Rev Thomas Terhunc Tbo enrollment the past year was ISO average attendance 130 the best record of all It Is to bo hppej that the now board to bo elected Juno 1st will rnclect Prof T A Ucndrlcks and his olllclcnl asslstanls Misses Jen ale Oxloy Kato Cox and Bcllle Helm MATRIMONIAL Banloo Trimble and Mica Lena Sha doan popular young people of Somerset were married last week Ed Chandler of Madison county and Miss Llzzlo Teater of Buckeye drove to Danville and wore married Judge Samuel H Patrick and Mlas Alma Thurraon both of Lexington were quietly married ut Danville Robert L Broylcfl of Perry vlllc and Miss Dollle B Hawkins of Burgtn were married by Rv T H Coleman In DanvilleMiss Orr of Carrollton Mi ter of Hon Emmett Orr and cousin of Miss Gertrude Howard will marry W E Clean of New Jersey Juno 27tb A rojiurkablo case of Mormonlsm has been discovered ut Cronsbaw Pa where John VaQIko has bad two wives living together with him for five years Gov Bcckham pardoned Asa Coffey of Adalr county Ho was sentenced to fall for six months Tho pardon was recommended by the Circuit Judge the Commonwealths Attorney and tho County Attorney of Adair county be cause of the health of the prisoner who Is a more boy For a still neck there Is nothing bettor than a free application of Chamberlains Pain Halm It quickly relieves the stilT completea Low Hates via Queen fc Crescent Route to the following points Cov legion State Enzamptconl G A R Juno 34 Ono turn the round trip ekI ticket agents for full particulars LEXINGTON CHAUTAUQUA Low rates via Queen S Crescent Routs from all points Junction City and Williams particalarehW C Rlncarson A I Goy Aycock says tho flood damage In North Carolina amounts to several million dollars Charles Marsle was acquitted at London of the murder of Richard Staple ton Crab Orchard The ico cream supper given by tho brass band boys was largely attended and a neat little sum was realized Eld J W Shepherd who has re gently located In our town filled tho pulpit in the BaiitUt church Sunday morning and night The friends of Mr and Mr W E Perkins rejoice with them over the re covery of their Infant son Samuel who was very ill with croup Mr and Mrs Smith of Corbin arc fitting up their building for summer boarders and tho wellknown and highly popular GOer House Is with open for callers The ladles of tbo Christian church will give a strawberry and Ice cream supper on Wednesday night 29th in tbo store room adjoining Robert Ed ralstone storn Everybody invited The Beazley Hotel Is sending out some beautiful card The hotel Is be ing handsomely beautified and enlarged and the guests have nothing but words of praise for the management nod tbo delightful menu always furnished We aro In the cold embrace of Ooreai rain ball and sleet envelop our gardens uplands and lowlands many of our gardens being utterly de molished by tbo heavy hall of Friday but Into each life somo rate must fall some days bo dark and dreary MrJ B Willis the ever genial pro prietor of the Springs Hotel and his indefatigable and Industrious wlfo are still putting forth every effort to fur tIer beautify the buildings and spa clou grounds of the noted Crab Orch ard Springs which aro already a thing of beauty and joy forever Mrs Capt Dllllon left Saturday for Memphis Dr W M Doores went Monday to attend the reunion of the Confederate veterans at Memphis Old Grandmother Foley and Aunt Amanda Roberts two of our oldest and most highly revered women are both very low with little hope for their re coveryMrs Alice Kewland our nccomico dating depot agent has returned with her llllle daughter Annie from a pleasant trip to Indiana Miss Skinner of Garrard county Is vlslllng Miss Sallie McClure Mrs Coffey and daugh tor Llna of neo Lick are mlngllcg among friends hero Joe Brooks Is spending a day or two with his mother and sister Miss Mottle Beazley hue returned home after a delightful stay with Dr Waller Beazley and family of Lancaster Mr D B Edmiston and daughter with Mr and Mrs Morris Harris spent Friday on a fishing excursion near Preacbersvlllo Mrs Dexter Bal lou of Corbin Is vlslllng Mrs M E Fish and daughter Mrs J B Willis and son Hcalb have returned from a short visit to friends In Richmond Mr J S Ditnron went to Cincinnati on Sunday morning Mr J J Brooks made a flying trip to Corbin Sunday Mr Gray Is on a business trip to Blue field Va A GENTLE HINT In our style of climate with its sudden changes of temperature ruin wind and 8 untililncofteii intermingled in a single dayIlls no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds the deaths resulting directly horn this cause A bottle of lloschcos German Syrup kept about your homo for immedi ate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of thieeor four doses For cur tug Consumption Hemorrhages Incu anydieeaiecrew Is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get n sample bottl free from Penny Stanford Ky Regular size Tfic Get Greens Prize Almanac The vice president of the Indiana Medical Society said In his address before that body that suicide was not only permissible but almosta duty in some cases Said ho Where a man arrives at a condition beyoud regenera Lion be is better out of the world than In It and he confers a benefit on him self his friends and the community by killing himself This is true of a dan gerous criminal pursued by olllcers In hopeless cases of wasting diseases and total moral degeneracy Tho test Is satisfactory of the Rowland system of telegraphy which permits of tho transmission of eight messages simultaneously over a single wire four In each direction at the rate of 40 words a minute Tho messages are sen by a key board similar to that of a typewriter which can bo operated by an ordinary typewriter operator It Is asserted that 13 years ago John Alexander Dowlo was a convict In Aus trallu Now thanks to the credulity of weakminded men and women he Is ranked as an American millionaire John Alexander bad better retire and live on his Income or he may get to b a convict again Louisville Commer cial Near Mt Sterling whileRobert Wells wad plowing lightning struck and killed tbo horse ho was driving and ho was severely shocked LANCASTER Democratic revival meetings are be log held by the boys In the woods and on the highways and the convert are many Look oct for u Waterloo The city olllcluld business men and citizens of Lancaster deeervu much credit for the royal manner In which they entertained 400 visitors during the IchuIlILOurnameot Mr W S Elkin u druggist of Atlanta son of Cupt T A Elkln of this county has bueu elected president of the Georgia Pharmaceutical Associa Lion You cant hold Lancaster boys back They will go to the front Seven years ago May 20 we had snow und now May 20 It Is cold enough to snow Wo now have eight montns 01 winter und the lima is coming when we can not distinguish the seasons by the temperature and then time IIIbno more j Oo Thursday and Friday nlghta the opera house was literally packed all the standing room sold and many turn ed away The receipts were 8414 which Is a handsome sum to apply on the 1m provcrccDt of the school premises and shows the value of graded schools Ten first clase schools sent largo delega Lions hero and the contests and exam nations proved that the pupils have been properly taught Our school un der the management of Prof J H Pat terson and his able assistants carried away more prizes than any other school and I learn that Versailles and Mid way were second and third The judges were from Hupklnsvlllo Stanford and Lexington and no plea of favoritism could be urged It would bo impossi ble to make personal mention of thei visitors Several games of base ball were played Harrodsburg etlll holding the championship although the Lan easier team with three Richmond men defeated them after the regular games were played Miss Lettlo May McRob crts and Green Clay Walker this city won In the declamation contest Lan caster also won as follows Vocal duets male and tamale first second and third grade work Richard Anderson vocal solo Miss Willie Belle Duro side Lat in and Walter Hudscfn trigonometry Winchester Mt Sterling Flemings burg Richmond and Danville carried away several prizes as did other towns The tournament will meet at Versailles next year The meeting hero will b remembered as the greatest event In the history of our town and ono which was highly Instructive and entertain ing having In view the mental and moral Improvement of mankind and bearing the endorsement of the best people A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICKLY CURED IOAt one time I suffered from a severe curb n of the ankle says Gco E Cary editor of the Guide Washington Va After using several well recommended medicines without success I tried Cham berlsins Pain Balm and am phased to say that relief came as soon as I began lis use and a complete cure specdly fol lowed Title remedy has also been use in my family for frost bitten feet the best results I cheerfully recom firstfer Druggists Miss Sopbonlsba Brucklnrldge daughter of Col W C P Breckln ridge who was already a bachelor of science In Wellesley College and a master of science In the University of Chicago was given the degree doctor exumlhaetions Magda cum Laude by the lat ter Institution last week It will be remembered that she was examined by the Kentucky court of appeals and was the first woman lawyer who becamo member of the appellate bar and Is th only woman whose name Is borno o the list of lawyers at the Fayette coun ty bar The Kentucky State Medical Society elected Dr TB Greenloy of Meadow Lawn 82 years the oldest member o the association president First Vice President Dr George M Reddish Somerset Second Vice President Dr B L Coleman Lexington Secretary Dr Steele Bailey Stanford Treasurer Dr Charles W Altkln Flemlngsburg Librarian Dr Frank L Lapsley Par Is Chairman Committee on Arrange PaducahtPaducab was selected as the place of meeting for next year Ernest Dutton colored who pleaded guilty at Wilmington Del to admin istering poison to William Etlowood colored his father inlaw with mur derous latest was sentenced to receive lushes the limit stand ono hour In the pillory be Imprisoned four 65000eI What most people want Is something mild and gentle when In need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect Fo sale by Craig Hocker Druggists Vor rii iliiVrjV WAVWrWt VA rr A VVIi WI Ir i1 Flannel Suits I mo orJ1r0 IfAre Stylish and Comfortable fur worm weather Wo have IK withTJ 11i IfsrATati E1 Etn Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing IhJfour t money back if youre not satisfied n rili1 fSuccessorsiP w0 3 iT YT ITS I 4jTf TT T TT l i8 tJCQ e QII IIZ4 w W a Lsw = ls 0This cut shows the newest thing in + s Little t jja- Gents Suits The Norfolk ak11 + t 1CortubleLatest Style FaDrics Patterns it- t tj We keep abreast of the times and the New Things cnn + stocke 1 1 H J McROBERTS mik v4es srk Ie 55 r tw dG Lri tfI ie tILi Ia tfGI1J = BOYLE KIDHOLS 0 L GOVER NICHOLS GOVBR UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky We tiara just received a equippedfor IOUE REPAIRIAC DEPARTYJENT 1Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol storing Ac Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Mr Cover Is president and Mr Nichols senrptarv of the Boyle nod Lincoln County Burial A oclallonllhe object of which Is to provide for the funeral expenses of its members undertakers J S Goode is the f gent for Lincoln County Phone 175 Ct9tfasNNOIMN A C SINECO- NTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD EENTTTCZY make close estimates on work and satisfaction as to work attestowhom I have builded duringthe years that I have been in business here I carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dressed- f Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I I will duplicate anyprices offered YMiNAiNYiiYYi N AtD 8Buyrour Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Har rows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Cultivators and Tiger Hay Rakes- r HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL It E C WALTON t Tits political pot U boiling over in South Carolina always the homo oft the hottest politics A spirited debate was hold at Columbia Saturday bet J twcen U S Senators Tlllman and Me Laurin in which some fiery personali ties were Indulged In The result was j that when McLuurln who seems to have become an administration repub lican although elected as a democrat I i suggested that both resign and leave the Issue between them to the people Tlllman called rho bluff trod both put i their resignations In the hands of Gov1 I McSweenoy to take effect this all As Tlllman bad recently been reelected and McLaurln has but two year to to servo tho former made a much greater sacrifice by resigning than tho latter though ho Is sure to be sustain who will never sane r ed by his peoule r tion the course of such a traitor as McLaurln has proved to be Under the election methods in this State too State democratic executive committee arranges a campaign for the candidates t to speak in the several counties of the State At primary elections the can didates are voted for directly The general assembly merely confirms the action of the primary There arc six I or eight candidates for the Senate and a red hot canvass is assurad f IT has been tho proud boast of the Lexington Herald which it emblazon ed on every dead wall in Lexington and vicinity about tbo time that the Demo icrat was born that it printed the editorials in the South For a long tlmo there was none so rash as t- oidlspute the bold assertion and it seem ed to have been accepted generally as the truth But it Is a long lane that has no turning and what was taken for granted no longer goes by default iThbt bright and lusty youngster just eight months old the Lexington Dem f ocrat arises to dispute the claim and to assert that it is not only superior to the Herald in everything else but in Its editorials as well Manager Desha Drecklnrldgo will have to look to his laurels and eeo that the colonel Is giv en a strong diet of brain food Some tbing must be done to refute the Dem ocrats claim and if fish and other brain nourishments wont keep the ablest editorials In tho South up to tbo stan dard try setting them double column and triple leaded TUE graduates and former students of Gen Wilbur R Smith have arranged a royal reception In honor of the 25th anniversary of his ol the Commercial College of Kentucky University which will be held at Mor rison Chapel Lexington June 4th at Pt Addresses will be delivered by Hon J H Tlllman of South Carolina Chief Justice J H Hazelrlgg Judge d Matthew Walton and Gdv W O Bradley Gen Smith IB one of the most publicspirited men in Lexington and has done more to advance the city than any single Individual Ho bas also done a great deal for the youth of the country by giving them fine Ideas of business and teaching them the way to earn a living Be has graduates in nearly every State In the Union and all of them feel a keen Interest In his wel fare The occaelon to be celebrated will therefore doubtless be attended by many thousands of his beneficiaries 1TilE preachers and others ultra pious who inveigh against Sun day newspapers ought to take i turn in a dally newspaper office and discov er that lula Mondays paper and not Sundays that they should oppose Nearly all of the Sunday edition Is poi pared and set Saturday and there is really little Sunday work on it Mondays paper Is the one that requires Sunday work and Is the hardest Issue 1ofthe week to get out The markets other news centres are closed and because of a lack of more Interesting and important matter the sermons of the day before are often published In J it For the reason doubtless that he r may got his sermon In a paper the average preacher will hardly kick on r a Mondays paper thereby showing itbatthey do not care so much about Sunday work as they pretend Mlddleeboro News tersely tolls a 1TUE story as follows The Barbour Pathfinder found the path too rocky and the Cumberland Couriers courier got tired and the two sheets went to the journalistic graveyard the same week Unlovely In life and in death were not divided There seems t to be little room for republican papers in Kentucky oven in the most benight ed districts The people want the truth and the news uncolored and there- forei subscribe to good democratic pa peril IT Is said to have boon definitely settled that Gov Durbin wilLnot honor requisition for Taylor and that his neck Is safe till 1994 If this Is true and It doubtless is the determination Gov Beckhum should offer tho largest re ward allowed by law for the body of Taylor dead or alive and it will be in Kentucky so quickly Us head will swim Democrats of Morgan and Wolf coun ties nominated J T Morris a Mc Creary man for representative Tim U S supreme court decided yesterday by a divided bench that tbo constitution does not follow the Hag that Congress can govern all our territory except States including those who Inhabit it independently of tho constitution The uniform taxation fea ture of the constitution Is held to ap ply only to the States which united in forming the nation framers of the coo stitution having no thought of territorial cxpapslon This is one of the most momentous questions that tbo court has bad to Jon ldqr and It Is to be ro grcttod that the decision is not free From party bias It Is a distinct ivo victory for tbo administration and shows bow even the highest courts yield to influence McKinley did not appoint young Harlan eon of ono of tho Judges to a lucrative position in Porto Rico In vain- AccoRDING to Judge Barker of Lou isville the statute is unconstitutional which provides that any person who shall on Sunday keep open abacroom or other place for the sale of splrltoua vinous or malt liquors or who shall sell or otherwise dispose of such liquors or any of them on Sunday shall be lined not less than ten or more than fifty dol tars forjeuch offense Judge Barker holds that this section la in direct con filet with Section 59 of the Constitution which he says clearly pronlbiu the enactment of any law regulating Sunday which applies to only one class of employment If this decision Is sus tained which it is hoped will not be all the saloons can run wide open on Sunday TUB man whom Sam Jones spoke of as a pot gutted Dutchman and who challenged him to Light a duel ought to have used a cane on the pulpit buffoon instead It onlyplays Into tho hands of tho Inveterate schemer for free adver rising to have people notice him in that way He will now be In his glory by further aggravating the aggrieved in dlvjdual TilE Louisville Commercial says I And the question still remains who put up the money for Barber Weavers ball Tho Georgetown Times saya It was furnished by a sister of Wea Tel who lives In Texas Now will you be good Or will you ask where the sister gut the money It will be just like the assassination defenders lo do so ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEW things in neck wear at Cum- mins t McClarys GENTLEMENS eeehirte good styles at 49c J P Jones TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL added 23 new subscribers to Its long list yester day Tim L t N is preparing to continuo its double track to Lebanon Junction the increased traffic rendering it necessary TilE announcement of A Jack Ward for councilman appears In the Somerset Journal Ward is a Negro but the Journal says he is a practicing lawyer and a good citizen TilE Q S C lrun a special train to Cincinnati next Sunday to see the great game of ball between the Reds and St Louis teams Other attractions in the city will be open that day Fare round trip from Junction City 8125 CRAB ORCHARD is nave another drug store Hugh Hagan an exper- Ienced druggist of Livingston has rented the Buchanan storeroom and will put la a bran new stock We are glad to welcome Mr Hats ln to the county A LOUISVILLE paper says that Miss Ida Swahler from near Stanford was betrayed by Thomas Butler under promise of marriage and that she Is crazed with grief now that he has mar ried another woman Inquiry falls to discover that a family by the namo of Swahlen ever lived in this vicinity TilE program of commencement of Stanford Female College is a follows Sunday June 2nd at 11 A M anniversary sermon by Rev Henry A Sum rail of Danville ID the Christian church Wednesday June Gtb at 8 P M Annual Concert in tbo opera house Thursday Juno 6th at 1030 A M in the opera house baccalaureate address by Rev Sanford M Logan of Mlddlesboro subject Silent Forces Conferring degrees on the graduating class by the president of the College Mus AUGUSTA BIRD has sued her husband one of the best known young farmers in Shelby county for divorce alleging cruelty Mrs Bird Is a daugh tel of Leo Irvine of Boyle county and a sister of Mrs W P Givens of Lincoln Mr Bird mot Miss Irvine while she was ti school girl at Sbelbyvllle and after a flirtation they Iplanned an elopement whichojwaa excuted by the pretty school girl dropping her feather bed out of a twostory window at the dead of night and jumping out upon it Mrs Birds daughter eloped at the age of 14 and was married in the same hotel in Jeffcrsonyille where her mother and father wero made one Mrs Bird though only 32 is a grandmother She has engaged nearly the whole Shelby yllle bar in her behalf and the case wllljao heard behind closed doors IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary Schoolficld of Danville Is dead aged 82 Of the 4353 school children In Rock castle all but 41 are white Gov Bradley will address the grad Dating class at Bcrea College Juno f Rev J S Sims will address tbo graduating class at Jessamine In8tltuto- tomorroV At London Clint Strand was given 12 years Imprisonment for tho murder of Henry Rowland W Ji Goodwin and others havo bought the Somerset Electrip Light Ice Plant for 15000 A postolllco has been established at Colts Whltley county and Ell Coins was appointed postmaster The corporate existence of tbo Mercer National Bank of Harrodsburg has been extended to May 25 1921 Robert R Cook Sr of the Scaffold Cane section of Rockcastlc Is dead aged 75 Ho was a prominent Mason W T Short of Mt Vornon who was appointed deputy collector has with drawn from the race for the republican nomination for county judgo in Rock castleRichard Hunley wife and boy were arrested at Norton Va charged with the murder of Lucy Walton an aged woman near Somerset At Wllllarosburg Thomas Kldd was sentenced to tho penitentiary for two years for shooting Mrs Crlt Bryant at a dance last December Stanley Finch son of Wm Finch of near Danville was accidentally shot by George Williams a relative of Paris The wound while serious Is not fatal non G D Cook exRepresentative from Rockcastle county and a veteran of the civil war died at his residence at Livingston at the advanced ago of 70 yearsA In favor of the heirs of Ed Cook against the Cincinnati Southern railroad for 8000 was returned at Hal rodsburg Cook was killed while coup- lIn cars at Burgln The Civil Service Commission announces an examination to bo hold at Danville July 3 and from the ellglbles resulting three vacancies are to be filled by Collector Denton There la a void In this neck of the woods owing to the removal of one of our best fatclllcs that of Mr E A Herrln who has taken his family to Quail Livingston cor Mt Vernon Signal John forcing son of Congressman toning from the Eleventh Kentucky district completedhU first year of the university law course at Columbia University Washington standing tInt In a class of 28 J B Bowlln the Whitley county lawyer who forged signatures to pension affidavits and ran off to Oregon was given a year In the Nashville pen itentiary and fined 1100 in the U S court at Louisville He pleaded guilt John Sbotwell attorneys moved for a now trial at Wllllamsburg Judge Morrow took the matter under advisement until the August court Paris Shotwell 14 charged with shooting at a witness who refused to testily for John was acquitted Miss Nannle Mahan of Danville has completed a three years course in the Garfield Memorial Hospital at Wash ington D C and graduated among the first In a largo class She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Georgo D Mahan She will locate in Washing ton POLITICAL The prohibitionists of Jesslmlno have nominated a lull county ticket headed by the Rev Urton The civil service reform league after an Investigation of his acts asks for the dismissal of Collector Sapp The court of appeals affirmed the decision of the Graves circuit court which fined a man 4100 and costa for betting on tho election In 1900 It Is probable that 1 will remove ray residence from Lancaster to Louis vllle remarked former governor William O Bradley at the Grand entire tlmo to tho and devote my practice of the law eschewing politics candidate for United StatesI am not a other olllco I was not Senator or any an applicant for tho Federal judgeship nor was Senator Deboe authorized by and no frfend me to make application of mine asked him to do so Deboo of his own motion put mo forward not that he wanted to see me judge but thought I might bo In his way for Senator and by getting mo appointed he could smooth his way back to the Senate Then some one persuaded him that I had lost out politically and ho dropped me Yes ho made the remark that ho would not go to the Philippines if I was not appolntedClnclnnatl Enquirer THIS AND THAT Jesse Walter bought of Isaac Herrin a comblned gelding for 4T6- i A Swlnebroad sold to various parties 10 stock heifers at 323 Isaac Herrln bought of tL Thomp sun of Mt Vernon a gelding for 880 Isaac Herrln sold 12 heifers at Lan caster yesterday to various parties at 120 Garrard sold to w S Embry of black gelding at Laucaa Jeff Dunn a tor for 4100 of J MboughtJohn O Pepples Roberts at Lancaster yesterday 14 calves for 8267 AgaM1Y Do You S Know 1 That you can buy Good Goods at the I The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale J r FOR SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLARI And that wagon loads leave their store every day 1 Do not wait until it is too late j AAA V 1 1 House Furnishings Our big line of Carpets to close out at 100 to49a ly r yard Matting that other stores chnrge 35c and 40c per yard we are closingout at lOlc and 23c per yard 10 pieces mattings 16s iitullty to close out a110e 5 dozen paper Window shades Kith fixtures ft clove out at lOc each 10 dozen linen window shades We quality to close out at 25c- SO pain lace curtains S qualltr to close out at ONo a pair 5 dozen counterpanes MarsnllliH patterns worth 110 cloMj out at bin 6 dozen fihcuts 81x00 76c quality to close out nt 40c 10 pieces damask table linen S3o qua ity to close out at SJo per yar- dCorsets 10 doz n summer corsets oOu quality to close out at 2e 5 dozen II t corsets worth 76c te close out at 4l c A lot of blaok corsets to close out at GOc on the f EAGLE BIRD RADDLE ftTALUOM Eagle Illrd U n r at brown Id hand lilgb heavy mane and tall tired by the Great KINO KAIIIC winner of U Illuo Tios- Ragle Illrd was only drown ono lMAQn- and won 10 or 12 blue ties Sr him before booking your mares He will make the present Mason at Thom L Itsuphtnnns place miles from Danville on the Lance ter pikeAt S10 To Insure a Live Colt Will alto stand a flntclau lIeu JACK at i7 la Insure JOHN 8 IIAUOIIMAN UatiTtlle Ky SWEET WILLIAM This fine mule Jack will make the present season at S7 to Insurer Living Colt Sweet William 1515 hands high sired by Stimulis Prince lit dam by Stlcalr ItouKti and Heady 2d dam by Stlgulls flack Hawk Our past experience as mule dealers war rant us no batter mnla Jllck will be offered for public service tan this one an his colts attest E I WOODS te SONS Stanford KING EAGLE King Eagle Is 15 hinds and three Inches high dark bay mono and tall Roes all the gaits with plenty of speed styli and action Sired by Royal King 1st dam Eagle Illrd 2d dam fled Lion 3rd data Harris Denmark he Millers Denmark 4th dam Jim Hell thoroughbredNOTE King is a full brother to tho great Sliver Ioj and Alllo 0 the greet how mare that sold for 81000 King Ea gles 2d dam Is tho dam of Minnie Iloyd tho great show mare that Matt Cohen won every whuru with III 100 and sold for 4500 lUng Eagle will make the present sensor of 1001 at mv stable 2 4 rnllet Wit of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 10 to Insure A Living Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeit surance and money becomes duo at the time of such transaction Will oleo stand tho noted mule jack IIl11y Pena nt to Insure a living colt 8 T HAIIKIS STAsronn KY Flowers No 25031 Will insk the tenon of st my lUMo aeai TiirniTitllle st SIO to Insure a Living Colt Flowers Is a hone l0 lends high bind ted while Wired Iy Florida 41l sire or allt a rear 0Id2181t Fortuna year oid i1 Oneoll1 yurold Frenav year otd 14 lloridl- onareh 211 FannU 90e il sndsU others otter luau 230 liasona devetired Dperionne- nIInt Jun llrale Tracy 222 rullol r to I Ueo Vllka tire ot W JSO Ierlunoe- nddauotCl Second data lady Oak dam of Vcrroout sire of liaenerNellie L by 11012 23 sad or Onnbetla 2II14lre Wilkes L24 of and lire ereraiothersihirddamKateownller annl lall1 of even Lawrence Fourth data lIeod tborouxhbred is romUnrd the blood of three the luitsoiisor llambletoniannnely Horlds olun Wllkrtlwlth that tillls IVmonlleerilleorg4 thorughbrednail rr1ea50Ierteutoftheblooiorllamblelonionic us a son try bnrlingiii j1lUl rent having tilenir ot mlnUnce ana an Will comimra rely no tttlaing he lias shown a JI2 gait over a hall wile track Cleveland lllsck Jack wllh white points I5K hand by bole he by Iran Cordovpso 1st dam blmlI Vbrsni Josh IWnn enot by the Curd Jack Thlaliialdtotooneollhelmwtjoule jacks In Kentucky This Jack will season of st the small sum ol 18 to Inure a living colt lie will des wake the season st my stable near Tnrnemlll L 0 CAUTtK bY V t TTTTTT Miscellaneous 25 dozen ladies hose 15c and 26 tiiltty to close out at Oo n pair 15 dozen ladies black how lOc quail 110 close out At 6c a pair One lot ladies kid gloves f SO quality to cloii out nt COc Ono lot of ladles kid gloves quality to close out at ilia 3 ijiools good sewing thread for 100 1000 yards Hootler cotton yard wide to cloio out at 4o per yard 3 papers good pins for 6c 300 dozen pearl buttons worth 10 end Inc per dozen to go at Go 200 yards fancy garter webbing waith lOc to dose at So jer yard Boys Clothing 160 boys nil wool suits worth from 14 to 10 to close out it 1 109 to 1840 Lot of boys knoe pants COc soil 11 quality to close out at 2o to 400 75 pairs boys summer weight kneo pant to close out it Oa a pair 100 pairs buys shoes latest style worth 12 and ill tu close out at OSc and II ltav straw fats worth We now go for 30 j J H CO NEW Livery Feed And Sale Stable Ilruces Old Stand Depot Stanford New and ntjllih Turnouts llttts rcasonaMti Special attention traveling salnmien hones T T T TW Mens Clothing i 200 mens suits worth from f 10 to SIS now to clone out at from f4d to 110 Why pay n 30 fur your IIl1nltmer suit when we can furnish for tlc on the dollar mid give you a nice fit Our stock of clothing Immrnio j and we guarantee In pleaso you 300 palm mens told pant worth 12 now to close at t 8o lew than hAlf puce One lot of mens summer pants t1 quality to OIeCO dozen mens shirts latest drargnR lie sante riitrt you pay 76o and il far at other stores we sox sell out at 41o 76 dozen mens immmcr umlcirttiliU 60o quality to clow out 98o One lot of mens black and un sox 18oend 36e quality to clitic out al PC 100 dozen Pairs mans blue and gray tnlied ectton sox lOs qimlty to dole out at 60- Large stock of mens hats to dose CMlIi ntOOaon the It- dozen mens linen ocher lOa and Io quality lo close out at 60 r Cummins MeClary STANFORD KENTUCKYJ lothinE Hats FuruishiagsShoes r WIL Douglas Queen Quality SHOES J Agents Royal Tailors T rIWhen HI to or is at 1theyou revolt at relaying it is time that the soul longsforfresh for her floor cover When we are yell ing new and handsome styles in carpets rugs and mattings at such prices is the best secure them Look at our Fine fun Wall Papers Picture Frames 1 Carpets Rugs Ftc I W W Withers Stanford WARD 3oflaytablelhoue lowJ y McKinney Roller Mills- J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinnoy a Ky Make and keep constantly on hand tho bent of Hour Moul Slilpstuir llran Ohlck an Teed Vc Prices very reasonable Ous fMiller M v T TI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANhonD KY MAY 28 1001 THY tho Judgo Taft cigar for a choice smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work le uneurpaBs- I cd Try us and bu convinced 1cnnya Drug Store PERSONALS t On lit M ESTB8 of MoKlnnoy It REV W E AltNOLO wont to Win chester Mil UOKAOB HllOXVJJ Isln Cincinnati on business t Mite J W ALCOiiN spent several days In Louisville JAMES II BUUTON returned to Montgomery Ala Sunday Mil G W RUBSHLI wont to WII more Friday to visit relatives l 1 Hits L M WKSTKKPIHLU returned k from CntnpbclUvlllo yesterday HlLRY KlNo Moroland hoe been f granted a pension of 88 a month Miss EtNA BAUUIIUAN of Huston vllle was thn guest of Mrs M S Bal blt1an A Miss PAT ALCOKN went to Nashville to tco her sister Mils Sotlo graduate at Ward Seminary MiSSEs KATHBIHNK AND DOHA BAUfUiMAN will return today from college at Hotline Va Mil AWL MRS L L Durv and baby pent several days with hit fathers t family Capt J A Doty c Mlts W W WATSON of Atlanta Ga Is visiting her parents at her homo In 1IgahLex Democrat Dlt J D PBTTLS and wife of Crab Orchard are guest of Judge W II Poltui and family at Somerset MRS A M PKNCB went to WInobcs tar thin morning to eft her pretty daughter MUs Annie Pence raduatQ HON G A LACKHY wont to Lexington Saturday to be present at the grad uatlon of his granddaughter Mlu ti Vary Fluid MKSSIIS C E TAT and J F Cum mini are In Cincinnati to buy about MOO worth of paraphernalia for the K of P lodge Quit Manila P I correspondent Clarence Coleman will soon be In th State It lie orders hie paper Bunt q Presidio Cal MK AND MIt6 C T MAUTIN wh came over from Lexington to attend the burial of Walter Martin returne home Saturday Tug price winner In tbo Lancaster contests came over In abus yesterday tcrayINnvs come from Somerset that Mr J E Claunch who was the hand tome Alb Mamie Lynn presented her btuband with a boy yesterday Mil AND MRs JOSIAII BISHOP Icnvo today for Ponca City Oklahoma pro 4 pectin but III hoped that the good couple will not decide to locate there Mil THOMAS 1J TAUIOTT of tho Pentecostal Herald spent several dty i with Rev W E Arnold Mr Talbott lived In Lincoln n number of years ago WAUB HAMITON PERKING one o the II graduates of the State College at the commencement June nth has our thank for an Invitation to tho ex erclici UNLESS Mr George P Bright went to the Confederate reunion at Nash I ville as ho Intended the Tom Napier Camp at this place will not bo repre sented at all A LETTER from Mr Battle A Buch SUb1IcrlptlonIng well as glass blowers and that her prospects for the future are quite bright SyuntK JOHN BAILEY of Washing ton county was hero Saturday The squire has the unique distinction of having prosecuted an offender before his own court and clinching hie decis ion against him with u pocket knife when the attorney for tho defense objected to the proceeding p Mil M F ELICIN the high mucka muck of tho Maccabees wont up to Jackson yesterday to Institute a lodge of tho order At Grconsburg Saturday night bo organized a lodge with members that will be tho greenest In the State It Is named Green Is at Greensburg on Green River and In Green county Wife write up of the doctor the Times has this Dr Steele 2L0l111vlllo Stanford can remain score as he wishes and tho Jen tucky State Medical Society la willing that bo keep the record on the other side If ho to desires Ho Is a quiet dignified polished gentleman He a quaint style of composition that made his public and private writing unique Mil TJ CtJKTJ9for II years In tho employ of tho n N 0 T P at this place hUll resigned hU position an found congenial employment at Now port where ho removed with his faml Wednesday Mr Curtis came hnrnly from Lincoln county and belongs one of the Rood families of that section lIe has been prominent In lode church and business circles and leavea many warm personal friends who him wen In his now homeSomerset Journal THE best on earth Is a Hanan Shoe J P Jones Jr LOCALS Duo FINISH at Craig Si Hookers justInONKHOUSK snowing machine good as new for sale cheap T J Toter Stanford opeglallethasVeranda Hotel 60000 Q00i brlok for sale Also callionurday next of the oleo term on the Iluitorwlllo pike by W Frank McKinney AT the colored declamatory contest at Waltons Opera House Juno seats will be reserved for white people Admission 25 and I5c t SALES A Mlddlelon has sold to George Holmes his farm ol SOt acres In the East End for laoo cash and a house and lot In Crab Orchard which cost Mr Holmes 8500 WES THOMAS colored was declared Insane Saturday afternoon and Sheriff- S M Owens took him to Lakeland Asylum Thomas has u brother In the asylum and a slater who has recently been sent home TlIK twin mule and horse colts foaled at Craig Goochs aro still living but unless some dentist comes to their res cue they will have to live on soup Neither has a sign of a tooth otherwise they are all right AT Lancaste yesterday Master Commissioner John W Miller sold i1 acres of land near Dryuntsvlllo to Colby Jenkins at a30 and a house In town be longing to the estate of Mrs Nannie Carpenter to Thomas Stono for 1500 Tits camp meeting at Preachers villu will commence July 2 and con tinue until the lath Hevs U C Mor rison and H H Cuckrlll will do the prcaohlnir Tent for camping can be rooted cheap A tent to roach In has been secured which will bold 1JOO lQoploIt writes J U Hutoblncs Warrenaron retiring W C Shanks will con andowill bo glad to servo all of the old cus PartiesdIndebted to the old tlrm will please call needsrtbo money to replenish his stock TltKliK U nothing RAW as these days In May Friday morning was hot as August A heavy rain and has storm came that afternoon and since then It has been dark and cold and dreary It Is cold enough to snow and there would be heavy frost but for tb cloud Vegetation will bo eoveral Injured HumiLK Mrs IdaA Hubble wife of the late Allllatn Hubble died at her home near Hubble Sunday aged jOt and was burled at Lancaster ycstcr Ida alter services by Kid A H Moore She was the mother of Mrs M U Kubanks and Mr IV L Hubble of this county and was a most excel lent Christian lady GHKAT EXCITaMENTEditor F J Campbell telephoned us from Somerset yesterday that the borers of Bertram Well No 2 near Sunnybrook struck a tremendous How of gas and oil at S75 lent yesterday and great excitement was occasioned at tho scene and In Somerset It Is 100 feet deeper than No I and was bored for a genuine test Lands adjacent are being leased at 1000 per cent advance and tbo coup try round about Is wild with tho de light YiasTEittuY the black horse and mule team of J II Daughman Co hitched to a wagon ran out of the mill lot and down MIl street at a break neck speed searing those along tho way out of their wits At Gco li Far rte corner tho wagon struck a phono polo breaking tho tongue cou ling polo and otherwise damaging It Tho team tontluued to run up Somor sot Avonuo till stopped by Mr TDa- oll suffered no damage beyond tbo scare DnECmNJtJDar Attar a long III ness during which she wasted away to a mere okoloton Mrs Llllo Morrison Urceklnrldge wlfo of Attorney Goner al It J Urceklnrldge died atlhoGood Samaritan Hospital Lexington to which oho Ics recently taken from her prolongingto Inrldge from which tbo funeral took place Saturday afternoon Mrs Brock Inrldgo was u most estimable woman to adtsym pathy of legions of friends The State olllclals hold a meeting In Gov Book hams olllco and resolved to class the departments at noon out of respect to Mrs Brccklnrldgos memory and that the olllciala attend tho funeral The Dnnv111eanh d wero David Logan Nicholas McDowell C C Fox Charles Wood William S Rowland W P Given Jerry Fisheri Allen Kenny and George B Mahan CIGo to Craig dfor perfect fitting spectacles NtW lot of ladles twostrap patent VIcl slippers at Cummins McClory LOT of strings useful to farmers and others free as long as they last This olllco RBMEMIIHK that our terms are cash Lox cash prices on feed of all kinds J II Baughman d Co HIGGINS MCKINNEY have a riding cultivator that is attracting attention Ask about It Call und see it t THE sale of Mr William Burtons personalty will occur next Saturday See ad which shows that much good stock will bo sold PATRONS of tbo College will please pay their tuition bills as soon as possl bio The money Is needed to meet ex ponies Nannie S Saulley Of the 30 white people examined by Miss Kato Bogle und Prof L II Huuhes for teachers nine got first clan certificates 12 got second and two third Sixteen fallcdi Of the four colored ones examined one got a Orelclass ono a third class and two failed l Oiril readers should not forgot the entertainment to ba given at Alcorne Opera House at Hustonvlllo tonight under tbo management of Misses Mary Carpenter and Julia Slagg A splen did program la to be rendered and a pleasing entertainment may bo expected AT last defunct Somerset Hank leg Co Is to have a successor The Farmers National flank of Somerset with a capital of 850000 will bo doing business at the old stand ore many moons wax and wane J S Cooper will bo prenldent J C Ogden cashier John Inman assistant cashier Dun After an Illness which lasted lots than six flours Mr Stephen G drye died at his homo at Huelonvlllo at 10 oclock Saturday night aged 63 Doctors pronounced his trouble apo plexy Mr Dre was in his usual health until about 4 that evening and when he told hlA wife at that hour that be felt bad and would He down a little while oho little thought that in a few short hours she would bo a widow Mr Dryo was a member of tbo Baptist church which he joined In early life and was a good citizen and a kindheart ed clover mat A republican In poll tics ho was not partisan and his friends were as numerous In one party as the other Ho was twice married first to UIRocker of Huslnnvlllo arc fruits of that union His second wife was Mist Panic Bedford of Bourbon who with PauVwas as storekeeper and gauger at Hack leys distillery near McKinney an his placo was at once filled by Huffman of Uustonvlllo The funeral sermon was preached at the Baptist church by Rey Coleman at 430 Sun day afternoon attar which all that was left of the kind husband and indulgent father was taken to the Hustonvlllo cemetery and laid away to await tho resurrection morn The heartbroken wife and children have unbounded sympathy In their great loss for they can not see as clearly as when tears have dried away that Ho doeth all things well and for the best rNGSrLLETbo amount of heel ness done at Ktngsvllle is surprising and it is a wonder thorn are not more stores Saturday looked Ilka court day there and the way W L McCarty G A Walter W II Thompson and J M McCurty wero selling goods was a caution Each had a crowded store and each proprietor and his clerks wore rushed The merchants tako cross tics epokc lumber and tbe like for goods aDd It helps bush buyer and seller It makes a market for the farmer who Invariably has a good boundary of millpthe county The merchants can easily convert such staples into cash and It makes business right along Assessor C G Baker Is again with W L Mc Cart and ho looks very much at homo In his store Ed Crelghton also smiles behind thai gentlemans counter while Boone Pilot la frequently called in to assist Wallace Water Is G A Val tars standby as salesman and an ex cellent one ho makes Ed Clay pool la a recent addition to the clerks In J 1L McCartys but ho is rapidly catching on and will tnako a good ono As stat cd before the Kings Mountain Cunning Co will not run this season As It gives employment to a largo number of pea plo It will ba missed Miss Elizabeth M Crelghtoo the iNTEltlOK JOUH NVLs pretty correspondent Is visiting In oomcraot Klngsvlllqs population continues to Increase slowly and improvements aro being made in various places Tbo Pcnnybackcr Hotel IB as well known a little hostelry as there Is in the country A good meal can bo had there at anytime and the other accommodations aro firstclass Mrs B C Ponnybacker assisted by her pretty daughter Miss Gertrude runs It to a queens taste at the low price of tl a day DONT miss our bargain counter of ladles low cut shoes J P Jones To THE PEN Sheriff J W Tuggle of Whitley passed through Frankfort this morning with tbo toI lowing prisoners Tom Garnett ono year for malicious cutting Tom Kldd two years for shouting and wounding and John McDonald two years for horsuslcallng MT VBIINOV A good crowd attended Mt Vernon circuit court yesterday and the usual amount of legal business was transacted Judge Morrow arriv ed at U oclock from WUHamburgand opened court at onto delivering a strong charge to the grand Jury The criminal docket this term Is an unus ually light one thero being only one murder case Many of the more Iin portent civil cases have been postpone ed and the lawyers are wearing long faces The patent medicine man was conspicuously absent yesterday but the peddler was there and be flourished like a green bay tree Mon who should have spent their money paying for newspapers or for some other good cause bought freely of nonsensical notion and the reader can guess tbe re suit of tho day The horse swapper was there by a large degree and he was busy all day long Somo of tbo biggest traders swapped a dozen or so times and rode homo the horses they brought to town The merchants did not complain of business but their faces did not wear the smiles last night of men who bad prospered and wo fear bust ness failed to come up to their expecta lions The republican candidates for county offices somo 40 or more wero handshakinghasyears All Is not lovely In republican ranks In that county just now and If a better feeling la not brought about democrats will have a good show to get lodgewasciindldaies were Initiated The lodge there IR In it most healthy condition CrabOrchardonxsi are the only visiting attorneys to far SALE OF STOCK ETC An admlnUtrator of William Ilurton I will on SATURDAYJUNE 1ST 1901 pikeboginningling mules 2 horses 3 cows with young heiferBogs 2 machine corn disc harrow binder wheat drill cultivator plows buggy buck heTermsOEO M IIURTON Admr All persons having claims agiUnst the t s tote of William Ilurton will leave them with J II 1axton properly verllled Oro U JlCHTlIN MULES FOR SALE tromIImarbutLHIAII DUNN Hustonvllle Ky dNOTICE SingeSewing a r daysTheyIn sewing machines O Urutchflel NOTICE I lilue grass teed stripped on shares or striplnslSummer Boarders oppositeChrl afterJuno4t MRS IIOWMAN SMITH Crab Orchard Ky TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN bynOliver Chilled Plow as tho Decrlng Hinder is superior to the cradle W O COWAN J S GOODE- S OWENS tip C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailori STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Public Sale I I will sell at public auction on 1901AtIn Lincoln one mile from Stanford on Hustonvllleplkr containing 83 acrea anti 5 poles Land I mostly In grass and has never falltng water In every pasture two story frame dwelling barns and other out Possosllonwillknown on day of sale For further par ticulars JWj SHSRIFFS SALE FOR TAXES MondayJunecourthouse door tho following property to pay the tuxes jon Its- STANFORD White W Tytoncl jjl acres S23 75 CUAn OKCHAKD- W 0 llutchlns house and lot 3 60 John Stones heirs 100 acres t1- HUSTON LLE W T Dodd n r5 arms 470 AJ lluxton house 1Su We Offer All Tan Shoes AT ACTUAL COST 1m you want a strictly high elss drcs y shoe IIII pleasing to the eye and the fool FOR HANAN SONS MAKE If you want the best medium shoe- madecombtningeerviestpleandcom call for TILE ECLIPSE r ry6 a C IPII Q oJ AH I ty 1 i w 1Zoo 0 r= I 7Qcs 0- o 0 JOHN P JONES Stanford IFrom m Dont Stay Away ithese bargains ou our Cheap is n great saving to you if CuntcrIuse any of the short lengths of WASH GOODS OR WOOL GOODS I ItJAlw soiuo soft slippers for house wear Ow to nu unusual accumulation of 11weevery at from r 25 to 50 per cent off the price n We are still talking and telling good and just cant stop because it means a EhoesIto 01 mud a regular customer for us Irmmtell I rI L6t faJ1114 fii a1Qri S 4WSWIQ- We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of VehiclesEver brought to Central Kentucky and are prepared to show you exceptionalylow Farming 11l1pJelllentsI RoUereEtcWe here our own Rubber Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber Tires Much cheaper than Will can send to the city ana have it done and also save io freight charges Call when you are in to- wnBe Bright Danville See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards c Carson Pence Stanford toooo lldlCIIIPTIIReceive the most careful attention anti 0re Filled With TUB Best Material The Lowest OASII Prices Ii THE INTMOR JOURNAL nbllnaTiaayasad tds v 1 j PER YEAR CASH lU When not soptldffiSOO will bechsrgsd Entered n the post oe at Stanford at l econdc1au matter f ERDILLEHAY f DANVILLS KT tIanufacturer of BRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement c cll Write For Prices A 8 PRICE 1 f SurgeonDentist i Stanford Ky OfflaeOT McRob rU Drug Store In the Ovsley iIfr Ilnlldlnj R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Office ovcflligisins A McKInneyi StoITelephone No 43 JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George y Holmes property In Grab Orchard where I will be gladto give you flour meal bran BhlpstulT Sc for your wheat and corn Give 33 pounds of good flour and 10 pounds bran to the of 2 wheat Our Is ground on the old fashior 49 Inch burrs It Is my desire to keep this exchange at your town and I trust you will me a liberal share of jour patronage I retail flour and meal at wholesale The flour and meal are made at the farmers Holler Mill at Stanford I sell corn by the feed or bushel MOIIKIS FRED II Patterson manager ut Crab Orchard ExchangePRUITTBROS MORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery Dr R G GOLDSTEIN i OptiC Specialist of 514 4th Ave Louisville Rywill be Stanford Monday May27- To remain a few days only Consultation and Rxamlnatlqn FREE I BEAZLEY HAYStf- lTDEBTAKEBS IS Furniture 91attingsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all j kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY J+ G+ 1cGL iy UNDERTAKER t Manufacturer and Dcalcarln HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to tell mmlll or will tral10 It for stock or will move It to a of timber and saw It It party wIshesIO W SISOLETOX FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Man- agerMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky aplendelmoot all trains8P Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair you buggy carriage or wagon ID Otc1assatylo- Fxl8rleocld men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle mode new for very little money J II OHKER Stanford Ky Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KY MORRIS FRED PjiorniETou I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all kinds grind Ing and I wIll at all times furnish tbe best o- fFlour Moat Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a share of your patronage promIsIng to gIve you the best et me but bear lu mind nhtnys that I need noun patronage MORRIS FILED Pror Drs Slavin PhillipO- STEOPATHISTS Will be In Danrul Mondsjrs Wednesdays and Fridays Will be In Stanford TuimUys Thursday and Sat unlays Office In the Pennlngtoo UullJlngJSUnford Ace hours 9 U 12 x11 to PI OSTEOPATHY This Science original and by Dr A T Still of Klunllle Mo depends on the of Anatomy and Physiology for lu re rule Ilrequlreanofalth no drug no rubbing no surgical operation anll claims nlng super Datur ofo many its keynote It adjustment Wben all pert ire properly and not overworked health la the result Some of the disease treated by ui Nervous Prostration Headaches Neuralgia Rheumatism Catarrh t Granulated Lids joltre Heart Aver and Lung Diseases Constipation Pile Gall tones Enlarged DlxaseaotBonea and tch and trouble JolaLlSplnalCuatUrellDlslocaUonJ Inl or Aux a Female Diseases a specially Consultation tree Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 100000 lucceMor lo The Farmer Bank A Trust Compaq and under same management oontlnu- iously for 35 Years Solicits Your Bank Account taping such buslnna relations will prove mutua ly beneficial sod pleat om CTORS- J B PutoD J 8 JN Menefee A W Carpenter W J E LynnS ShanksJ J 11 Owiley OFFICERS S II Shanks President I UOwsley Cashier M llrlf ht Aast Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CtplUl Stock 50000 Surplni 110000 This Institution originally established u the poalt Bank nf Stanford In 1833 then reorganized II National Dank of Stanlord In 186S andagali irganUed aa the First National Hank of Stanfon 1682 has had practically an uninterrupted exist icefor years It Is better supplied now wit cllltles for transacting buslneii promptly and ally thin eter before In lu long and honoiab career Accounts ol Indlvlduali fiduciaries idlndlfldualssollcltedDIMICTOI1 F Reid Lincoln Ci JVIlaydenStanfur- TS Harris 8 II Banghuian J S Rocker TP Hill Wl Walton W A TribbleII J U CollIerCrab Orchd Jai Hoblnson Hubble M DElmore Stanford orrtcaaa- S Hocker President J J McRobertt Cashier James Fryes Great Carpet Sale 9 HUSTONVILLE rIwill sell for the next few days ONLY the best of two ply all wool carpets aI 50c a yard former price 05c to The Juto andwool at 425c worlh USc Finest i quality cotton chain mailings i Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at lOc worth 15c All new goods andlateat patterns Como at once if you want a carpet I cant stand it lonjrat a time 1 am no millionaire Other merchants will tell you This Is A Lie but you come and see for yourself JAS FatE HiHtonvlllo s t NEWS NOTES James Mernaufjh chief of police of Paris Is dead Smith Bishop of Bourbon U dead from the elTecta of a horses kick Hailstones said to be as large as tut key eggs fell in Nelson county Mrs John Pitu and Mrs Hay died of hydrophobia In Morgan county Satui daySafeblowers robbed the First Ne tlonal Bank of Mineral Point WIs of 25000 The Texas supreme court has decld cd that the franchises of railroads are not taxable Admiral Cervera expresses fears ot the disintegration of Spain into ft number of small States A Long Island farmer killed a woman who had been gossiping about him He then committed suicide Fiftyfour citizens of Elgin III turn cd out the other day on their aunua hunt and killed 1084 crows An old Negro man dropped dead In the gallery during a performance the opera house at Lexington Rowan county has an oil boom three wells having been successfully sunk and leases are now being rapidly taker on adjacent land Mrs Mary Ellen Lease the lecturer has filed a petition In bankruptcy Hci liabilities stated are 83217 and assets 2293 Most of the indebtedness was caused by Indorsing for ber hnsband Wm Cornett who died near Inez left 22 children had never tasted intoxicating liquors and had not been Inside of a church for over 40 years The volcano of Feleet on the Island if Java is In eruption There has been Treat loss of life One third of the land Is covered by the falling cinders The government of Canada has pur based the historic plains of Abraham from the Catholics for 8800000 and will five It to the city of Quebec for a park The court of appeals has decided hat the long and short haul clause of the State constitution does not apply inlcss the shorter distance Is Included In the longer Tbe grand jury at Louisville Is In restlgatlng the red light district to discover whether the police are paid tribute for granting immunity to keepers ol Illegal houses Dr Adolph Goodman a Kansas os copath was compelled at tho point of pistols to remove his clothing and take a beating from his fathcr In law and irotherln law because of cruelty to ils wife Capt John McNab an L k N con uctor sued by a Cincinnati widow for 25000 damages for alleged breach of iromlse denies the woman has any claims on him and says Its a case of blackman The tax rate in Paris has been fixed at II and II 60 poll The Spanish war stamp tax bad yielded to April 30 last 30013788 revenueAt N Y the son of a preacher killed a man Drluk caused the tragedy F U Richardson mistaking hit wife for a burglar shot and killed her at their home In Louisville Willie Craycroft aged five killed his brother Robert aged nine near Mt Sterling while playing with an old pistolJudge Gregory nf Jefferson decides that the Kentucky statutes do not give electric railways the right to condemn a right of way Mrs R A Morrow little daughter and Miss Junle Craig were drowned while attempting to cross a swollen stream in Todd county Thu Nesbit law imposing a life eon tence for illegal voting has been declared constitutional by tho court of nrlmlnal correction at St Louis On accoudt of the disorder attending the Hart Creedon bout at the Audito plum Mayor Weaver has decided toI prevent any further glove contests In LouisvilleCommissioner Yerkes says the inter nal revenue of this year will exceed that of last over 110000000 From tobacco the receipts are the largest since 180- 2President James OConnell of the International Association of Machin Isle says that 21000 machinists are still on a strike and that 52000 have returned to work Two Hundred rattlesnakes escaped from a box In the WelUFarago Ex press ofllce at Paris Tex Tbe em ploycs bad to go to the snakceateri tent jo get him to corral them After a coroners jury at Hundred W Va bad decided that John Mc Comas had died of heart disease ho created great consternation by reviv log and the mayor fined him 15 for disturbing the peace Two electric cars racing for a switch while running Iu opposite directions collided near Albany N Y Sunday afternoon Fire lives were lost and many people were Injured as the result of the wreck The cars were torn al most to splinters aows THIS r Weoffr One Hundred Dollars Reward for any elM of lUurrh that cannot bi cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CiiExrr d Co Trurs Toledo We the undersign bate known F J Cheney for the tat years and tellere him perfectly honorable in all basinets transactions sod Bnan tally able to carry out any obligations made by An- ntyastATasvxWboleedeUrugIstToledo O Wilding Klnnan Martin Druggists Toledo tI Halls Catanh Cure la taken Internally attlnr directly upon the stood end resrverbee of the srsteiu Trie TV per bottle Sold uy all drug guts Send fur testimonials Inn lulls Family IllU are the best IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG IMA BOTH 100IGStandard Rule 0 Record 210 j Sired by WMMnplmm SICD slrcof Latitude 917 and many others In the list Walslnghum Naboths sire Is aeon of George Wllltc SIC First dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 106 son of Hatnblctonlan and street Elaine 52 the dom of Norlalne yearling record 231F Second dam Hess sister to James Havre Jr by Hambletonlan 10 street Dexter 2l74 Third dam Jessie Sayre by Hurry CIa 4S sire of St Julian 211 Hodlne 2191 and IS others that have produced 230 trotters also sIre of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by AmerIcan Eclipse NOTE Naboth Is a bay 16 hands high foaled June 2I isss Ilu contains the blood of HambletonlanOcorgu WllUcs Mumbrlno Wilkes 1liot Jr nnd llarrr Oluv Will Stand at 15 to Insure a Living Colt HAPSBURG 509nay stallion 161 hands high fly Oloster 26 Imputed 1st damJolly by wonderful Dar Snd dam hy Preserves 822 First darn Trinkets Imp by County King 110 Snd dam by Champion of England 568 3rd darn by Ilarnaby B70 4th dnm Grand Turk 13s NOTE From tho above pedigree you canlice that Hapsburg Is a pure bred Clevelnnd flay English Coach Horse lie Is a beautiful muhoguny bay with points Is 161 hands weighs 275 pounds drives well gentle and kind with flue style mid high notion Can show II mUe better than 3 minutes and any s no wishing a high couch hone to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will Stand At SlO To Insure 7t LivIng Colt Will also stand tho splendid 16 hands and inch muck Jack NAPOLEON SND at ISI rot Mares and 215 for Jennets Mares grazed at 82 per month which In ill cases must bo paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky Write To TiE FAYETTE INVESTMENT CO n r OF LEXINGTON KY And get a sample certificate of their new issue or call on J M Alvcrson local agent at Interior Journal Office Stanford A G MORGAN Secy No3 W Short St i FREE 5 FREE Dont fall to ask for the tonsumorV and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIPTCustomers take nollce that for every cash imrchaso bf ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant whose nniuo appears In this all entitles you to A 5 PER CENT SCRIPTWh- ich they will accept fort cents on every CASH 1UKCHASK OF ONE DOL LAU Aud Inko special notice that the Merchants who belong to llili Assu elation pro the most wide awake soil keep the boat sleeks of goods und their prlroi are the lowest INTEIHOIl JOURNAL E C WAITOX Proprietor FINK IIIINTIKU Severance it Sons Dry Goods Motions Shoes Pennys Drug Store Jrugs anti Chemicals W W Withora Furniture CnriietBMt J Higgins t McKinnoy Groceries Hardware and Implements 11 J Mclloborts Gents Furnisher MIBS Annie Phillips Milliner H E L Simms Cool DenlcY- Willinm Hamilton Jeweler J A Allen S Co Lumber t rHE National Weekly Investment oA INCORPORATED 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 1FGODruggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains 6 I Special Prices On Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next Thirty days W E PERKINS Crnb Orchard Ky Stop and Read This Carefully I A Gigantic Record Slaughter Clcrance Halo Is goinn on at the Racket Store Stanford Ky Ueing now overstocked with goods the jiioplo of Lincoln and surrounding counties will now liars the cluiico to buy Good Goods at Low Prices I Such as Dry Goods Notions Clothing Bents and Shoes ltnu and CIIIS KratbargainsThe Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Ginsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National hank I CastBaagesWith Steel Ovens Are rapidly becoming more opulni Try one and you will see why It is Satisfac lion Guaranteed j George H Farris Co New Goods New Firm j And Every Dy Is Bargain Day Where You Find 1 Everything Perfectly Fresl t willJbeW W SAUNDERS CO3 i Phone 88 110 West Main Street e