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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b = V 1 roCtjf t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JU EOl 9 A M NO 30IMTVERNON Coal oil can bo bought hero at lOo Mn Alcne Ratnaey aged 73 died SundayThe Maccabees will banquet at the Miller House Friday night Two of Mn Hobbs children of Lan scatter wore visiting Janice Whites family 41 predicted In our last letter Dick Sowder was allowed a new trial and re S leased on ball Deputy Collector W T Short bought of U L McFerrn a combined saddle and burnous horse for 9125 S C Frauklln has 100 plant sot In his ginseng garden and will set several hundred snore He will go Into tbo enterprise on a largo scale J II Eborllcn and other London bus Hess men have organized a company for putting In an electric light plant In their flourishing town An adjuster from the headquarters of the Maccabeo order was hero from Michigan Tuesday and settled the poll- S y held by Mr Goodln who died a short time since Loul MolcMcr tho Pine 11111 coal promoterhai negotiations on hand with Eastern parties for establishing a coke industry If tho deal goes through It U said 250000 will be Invested In the It enterprise From prevent Indications it appears that It will be a go Some of tho citizens living near the Irc bytcrlan church have made are monstrance to tho board of health re garding a graveyard established jut to the rear of the church building a few year since It le claimed that ty phold fever was hardly known In this place up to a year or so back and tbd signer arc under the Impression that the drainage from this burial ground t has caused contamination of tho wells bringing or fever to the users of tbo waterJailer GrlOln is making preparations or a cottage on corner of Williams and Poplar streets Dr and Mrs Penning ton were In Berea Wednesday Coal I experu from lIttaburg PI are still In the Ilrush Creek locality investigat lug lu resources Andy Mason and Judge William strive each year to bo the first to procure a tax receipt from the berlll Thomas Clark aged about 4 living In tbo Orlando neighbor t bood was sent to the Lexington asylum Wednesday D F Myer and wife were hero from Wllllamsburg A niece and nephew from LouliVlllo aro visit log Fritz Krucger J T Adam le latching Ash and cold on Rockcastlo river Marlon Denbam Is In Louts Ulle J S Rcppert was In from Ra venwood Thursday Mr Jones who ran the Joplin house for a couple of month has moved back to London Mrs Jones is a splendid woman and our people regret that tho custom did not justify her to remain In Mt Vcr ron William Baker was up from Pu laskl Sam Short la hero from Law 1 renccburg John Leslie Welsh ofI Louisville le visiting relatives hero Mr Allllam was up from Pine Hill Wednesday Gov Deckham has Issued a procla mation recommending that the county edges and mayors throughout tbo State appoint the lultablo reprcsonta live u attend tho good road COneD ton to bo held In Loulsvlllu Junn 27 and S Tne good roads movement was 4 Inaugurated in Louisville with a view to improving tho methods of good roud construction throughout Kentucky- A magazine at the Moro Island navy yard containing about 200 tons of smokeless powder became Ignited by chemical action The powder did not explode but generated enough gas and i smoKe to force tho top obi the maga lno and slowly burned The magazine was a line one constructed of brick In 1117 at a cost of several hundred thous sand dollars It Is a total lots A desperate attempt to escape from custody was made by throe bunk bur lIar on trial In Toronto While being akeu from the court room to the jail in a cob an unknown person threw them a loaded revolver Ono of the men fatally shot a guard but the other guard opened Ore wounding ono of the i prisoner The three men escaped to a street cur but were recaptured You assume ulake when you buy fliainlerlfilns Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Craig A Hockor will reo i fund your money if you are not satisfied after wing it It is everywhere admitted to be tho most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only ono that never falls It Is pleasant safe and reliable JHalf Rates to Kansas City via Queen t Crescent Route account Shrlners Meeting June 11U 1001 Rate one fare the round trip plus 12 liberal limits Ask agents for particulars W C Rlnearson G P A Alamo sboulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a tow applications of Chamber Wns Balm For ale by Craig h Rocker DrugglssI KINGSVILLE IJobn Leach bud its bund badly cut a since at a mw mill ncur hero Business for tbo stores Is rather dull Just now hut will not start that way long of course Miss Gertrude Pennybacker went to Somerset Wednesday Mrs J W Acton U quite elnk Lust Saturday was court day hero Lawyer William Drown of Somerset was visiting attorney Marble playing is becoming the fa vorite pastime of our boy and their papas An absorbing game can bo ob served at most any time Manfred Chuvolctto Is back at hie old place at J M MoCarty and Is ono of the most popular clerks in town by rea sun of his perfect manner and oblig ing disposition Quite an Improvement le being made around the depot The bridge over tho culvert being reconstructed and the sidetrack raised and extended owing to the Increasing business Rev Dr Allen of Danville preach ed Sunday morning and evening to a largo congregation ills subject In tho morning was the beautiful one ofIIur giveness Dr Allens sermons aro always Ono Mr J W Anton who le president of the W C T U desires to have cor rected our statement that the W C T U meets once a week at tho hall or Methodist church rather Tbo union meets onco a week but not at the same placeC M Pennybacker is working days In the telegraph olllco at Somerset Dr J L McCarty had the misfortune of having all of bit clothes stolen a few day before his arrival hero last week Having employed a detective and con suited a tailor he la trying to content himself for tbo time being en desha bille LAND STOCK CROPS ETC- h C Booker bought of James Me see a mare for 8125 For SaleIooo bushels of wheat David Dudderar Gilberts Creek Smith Nell of Adair bought a carload of hogs for October delivery il D Rajjan bought of II D Cock rell tO acre of Und near Preachers vllloforlllOO Wo aro in tho lamb market and will pay tbo hlgbctl price See us before you sell Lutes Co Ct A W Carpenter delivered 00 lamb to Emmett McCormack tbat averaged 30pound lIo lot 51c There were about bOO cattle at Rich mood Monday and a good many chang ed hand Prices ranged from Ii toGo J S Breeding bought of G W Thomas an aged jack for fOO Dick Tandy bought three two year old more mule for 9315 Adair News Capt S S Drown the Pltlaburg millionaire paid 110000 for a brother to Blues at the sale of Runny mcade and Itaceland yearlings after sharp bidding with John Madden Prank Logan delivered 200 lambs to J C Johnston at 6c Average weight 52 pounds Logan McDowell deliv crud to Joo Dales 50 75 pound contract lambs at Is Advocate J Carroll Bailey hue a threeyear old combined maro tbat Is golnr to make some of the boys work ut the fair this year Sbo Is a floe Individual goes like a top either In harness or un der saddle and is already a hard one to beat Ono of the splendid geldings Beazley Bro sold Bird Lewis died on the cars before Lexington was reached The animal was seemingly In splendid con dition when It left hero The loss Is considerable as Mr Lewispaid 1600 for the two horses Trunk Turner sold Friday to Prof B C Hagerraan of Lexington a thor oughbred jack for 9300 and a jennet lor 1150 Mr Hagcrman purchased theta for his fatherIn law Mr Campbell who lives In Australia and they were shipped Saturday to that far otT coun try Richmond Climax Mr J S Hundley gives us tho fol lowing report of T L Llllards sale yesterday Yearlings 4 30 bull calves iM weanlings 13 aged bulls 155 to ftn 42 000 pound cattle 4 30 milk cows 123 to 130 horses 15 to 1100 mules 10 to 35 Household and kitchen furni turo and farming Implements sold well JceseC Lynn of Danville served a fine dinner to the largo crowd Much rpgrot was expressed at Mr and Mrs Llllards leaving for Oklahoma Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington Juno 25 to July 5 Low rates Wll llamstown to Junction City good to re turn until July Clh Asa ticket agents for particulars W C Rlneanon G P AA rattlesnake caused a panic In a Louisville S Nashville train near the Alabama and Tennessee State lino by attempting to wrap Itself around the foot of a woman passenger The Q C paidits franchise tax of 1477344 MATRIMONIAL J Novlo Carter one of Lincoln countys best young men and must up todate farmers will be married on the 10th Inst to Miss Mary Beuzluy the lovely and lovable daughter of Mrs E B Beuzley K It Coyle of average sieund Mrs Jennie St Clair were married nt Jefj fcrsonvllle The bride Is a museum freak three feet tall thrice marrlei possessing four foot and 20 finger nails aged 33 years and mother of a daugb ter 10 years old The wedding of Miss Clarlse Baughi man to Dr Charles B Kobert of Lob anon occurred at high noon yesterday at the residence of the bride parents Mr and Mrs James U Baughman at their beautiful country home near Atoka The ceremony Impressive ly delivered by Rev H C Garrison In tbo presence of tho Immediate families and a few friends of tbo contrasting parties Mr Clem Spalding of Leba non was best min and Miss Mary Dunn of Danville maid of honor AdvocateMiss Tudor the pretty niece OrcbiardM James of Dallas Texas Mr James who Is a relative of Mrs Jas F Uoldutn visited her three years ago and Iwas then be met Miss Tudor and tbe two learned to love each other Most of the courting was done by cor respondence however for they had not seen each other since a few days after their Introduction Mr James Is a prominent young business man of his town and comes of a fibe family Miss Tudor is a charming little woman very popular aid will make a helpmeet fund and true Tbo couple left at once for their Southern home where tbe beet wishes of their friends will attend them The Birmingham News contains tbo following Tho marriage of Mr Ma rlon 0 Myatt of this city and Miss Flora Ballon will occur at the home of the brides parents In Stanford Iy on Wednesday June 12 the announce went having just been made The cer emony will bo attended by only a few friends Mr Hines Frances of Birm- Ingham will be best man and Miss Es ale Burch of Stanford will be maid of honor These will bo the only attend ants Mr Myatt la a wellknown and popular young man He Is connected with tbo Consolidated Electric Light Company and bold with them a post tion of trust and confidence Miss Bal lou Is no stranger to Birmingham at ono time being a member of tbo faculty of the PollockStephens Institute She tl a very handsome and very lovable young woman After July 1 Mr and Mrs Myatt will be at home at No 2505 Avenue F Miss Dallou Is the accomplished daughter of Eld und Mrs Jo seph Ballou and the gentleman who has won her heart and band Is deserving of the heartiest congratulations IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Columbia will have a fair beginning Auir 20 and continuing four days Tho salary of the postmaster at Dan ville has been Increased to 2200 a raise of 100 J W Whlpp will build a handsome storehouse at Liberty for hU sons Whlpp Bros Wbllo digging up a stump on his farm In Bell county C T Berry un earthed the remains of a woman Central University commencement exercises were cut short by tbo Illness of Chancellor L R Blantons wile Policeman Peel was assaulted and seriously wounded by burglars at Nlch nlumllu while trying to arrest tbe prowlersMrs Irvine Blanton wife of Chancellor Blanton of Central Uni versify died at her homo at Richmond of Bright s dlpuaso Her ago was about 00 She leaves a husband and six grown childrenAn at tho furnlturn factory of the Renncbaum Lumber Co at Mid dlcsboro was caused by sawdust becom ing overheated A C Hill Claude Rout Levi Matthews and John Corbin dale were severely Injured Lightning struck a tree in the yard of W P GIvens Monday Twelve window shutters which had boon stack ed up against tho tree wore shattered Hugh andAl Coomer Charles Bru ner and Drowey Carson of this place who are painting Mr GIvens dwelling wero seated near the treo and were so verely shocked being unconscious for n tow secondsAdvocate- 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 effect For sale by Craig dr Hockor Druggists Col Craddock gays in his Paris Keu tucklan that Mrs Daniel Muldoon of Covlngton Is the mother of four pairs of twins in 12 year This would make 10 children MISS EVELYN nOPE KKNDR1C1C Who will represent Montlcello In tbe Beazlcy Contest at Walton Opera House June 21 Is the possessor of a handsome gold ring she won over a big field in an elocutionary contest at her home She has lots of backers who think she can not fall to win first prize LANCASTER Miss Maggie Tomllnson has returned from St Louie where she visited friendsJ McCarley has been buying lambs tbe past two weeks at 4i to Co for future delivery Miss Leila Ward aged 10 daughter of Wm Ward who has been III of consumption a long time died late yester day evening The ball game played here Wednee day afternoon between Hustonvllle and our 2d nine resulted in a score of 14 to 4 In favor of Lancaster Mr Fred Yeager and Miss Kate West were married at the residence of Mr F B Kemper this city Tuesday evening Rev Copass olllclatlng The happy couple reside in the Marksbury lclulty The city council met Monday eve ning but no business of Importance won transacted The telephone matter came up but no action was taken Say eral parties Interested being absentand one of the council being sick tbe mat ter was postponed The commercial club met on Tues day evening when the president H T Logan announced tbat the Louisville commercial club merchants and manu facturer headed by Mayor Weaver will visit us on the 10th The following committees were appointed On entertainment R Klnnalrd Ed Dish op J C Hemphlll F R Friable F D Long and W B Mason press commit tee Capt Louis Landrm H C Ham ilton George Smith Jr and M D Hughes The club adjourned to meet Friday evening to complete arrange menU as Messrs Landram and Farra will go to Louisville and report what hour the delegation will arrive here on tbe 10th Tbe funeral of George D Dusk whoso death was mentioned in your last Issue was largely attended by ref atiyea and friends on Tuesday after noon An appropriate sermon was preached by Rev Lapsley McKee The floral offerings at the church and tern etery were profuse and beautiful and showed the esteem in which the deceased was held He had been a sufferer for some time and bad sought relief In Texas North Carolina and else where His wife was Miss Georgia daughter of Mr and Mrs John W Miller whose devotion and attention was beautiful throughout his illness Two sisters Miss Eliza school super intendent Miss Janle and one brother William Luck survive him Deceased was a son of William Lusk grandson of Judge Samuel Lusk nephew of Col John K Faulkner A K E H Steph en Walker and Mesdames H C Jen nings and George Denny Sr He held several places of public trust tbe duties of which he dlsohawcd faithful ly having served as deputy count clerk and U S storekeeper and gaug er He was a member of the Presby terlan church a genial eompinloDver Intelligent and possessed of the noblest traits of manhood among which was his fidelity and devotion to his friends May his spirit bloom from tbe mortal body as sweetly as the lowers depos Ited on his grave will be reproduced from tbe mother stem The National Womans Suffrage As eoclatlon In session in Minneapolis passed a resolution protesting against methods employed Ip the regulation o vice in tho Philippines The monthly report of Secretary McDonald to the State Prison Coru ni Iii slon shows that the prisons under the present administration have passed the selfsustaining point Clark Taylor who on March 17 tired a shot at John Harris and missing him killed Eliza Harris was sent tc the penitentiary for 12 years by the Fayette court JolT Alsop was crushed to death by a falling tree near Owenaboro t =lir WVVrA il wyr i y1 =lU Did YOu Catch It P m LEaiiI r JWhy the opportunity to select I3- t your Spring Suit and furnish i ings from one of the best lines E1j Eever brought to town Come t they are all iJ goneJPAYS TO TRADE AT 1jiTHE GLOBE It Merchant Tailoring CleanIng Pressing and Repairing Itlt Your money back if yourenot satisfied Z Iii mILLER HIRSCH DanvilleJ111 Successors to J L Frohman h LiTi t iV= dI In c J r 1110 6iij QwtY OJ 4s JIr IJ t tJJ 1lsA N ii 6 + eI 4ty N td = lGq tt v Shoesif i 4 Shoes Of almost every + with solid Inner sole lOf better 6grades for 100 and solid as IRON atray 4 tu +s M Patent Colt Skin J300 Patent Calf Stock 400 Patent stock J5 Ideal Patent + Booths Stock pay Terms cash J e 4 r H J fa e e e e e II to oe r 4 w 1l ly ti4 BOYLE NI3HOLS description Brogans 1200as I PtjBeautifulAmerIcan CalfPimported itwoMcROBERTS ba iGIt l1t4Vk it1i 0 L COVER NICHOLS GOVER UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Danville Kentucky- We have just received a equippedfor a OUR PEPAIRIAG IDEPARTMENT Is well prepared for the renewing and renovating of Furniture Mattresses Uphol Muring c Terms reasonable and guaranteed CountyBurial Lincolndri- s eee A C SINECONTRACTOR 8c BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY e I make close estimates on work and guarantee perfect satisfaction as to work manship and material as will be attested by any one of the many parties for whom have builded duringthe 15 years that have been in business here- I a full stock of Doors Sash DressedyLumber Lath Shingles Etc will duplicate anyprices offered tm Buycour Tiger line of Farm Implement and you will make no mistake Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Disc Culti vators and Tiger Hay Rakes HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALT- ONDemocratic iE Ticket For State Senator GEO T FARRIS For RtpritwMire r M F NORTH For County Judge t JAS P BAILEY Fur County Clerk GEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM for Sheriff M S BAUGHMAN- For Attetfor fM G REYNOLDSFor W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON A WASHINGTON dispatch says that Durbln lodanas plg headed govern was In tho capital city the other day giving out Interviews about republicans carrying his State for years to come and other such bosh When asked about Fugitive Taylor ho eaid The climate of Indiana agrees with Gov Taylor perfectly The answer seems to indicate that there is no longer any doubt as to what course he will pursue should Beckham make requisition for the Kentucky fucitl Every dog has his day and Durbln has his now but times and things w change and ere long be will be glad to get rid of the measlev crowd he hail chosen for his associates The better element of the State has suffered vlth patience the holding of Kentuckys lu gltlves but Durbin had better not trl fie too much or they will rise up In their might and send Taylor and Fin ley over the river to stand trial for complicity In the darkest crime that has ever blotted the States history MR W P WALTON for a quarter a century editor of this paper and later editor of the Lexington Democrat hi purchased the Harrodsburg Democr of the stock company of which Judi e John W Hughes Is president the transaction to date from June 1st He will convert the paper into a semiweekly as soon as he gets thlni s straight and will we predict give to the people of Mercer and adjoining counties a newspaper In all the word implies Mr Walton was strongly Importuned by the countys most Indue tlal business men to come to Harrod burg and he and the writer are both grateful for pledges of liberal support to the enterprise which we are eatlsfie d will be a most successful one We are glad to state that his family will not remove from Stanford yet possibly not tlH fall IT Is a considerable step backwar r from a lieutenant governor to repre sentative but the republlcaneof Green up have tried to honor ExLieut Gov Worthington by giving him the nomination for that ottice While the old man was pretty lavish with the use of the pardoning power In Gov Bradley absence he has considerable ability and those who know him best say he 19 clever and kind hearted almost to 1 fault If Greenup has to have a republican we have no objection to Mr Worthington who we believe would take no hand In vicious legislation and and who would tight the unspeakable Deboe for the caucus nomination for Senator to the last ditch More men like Mr Worthington in the Houf would raise the standard of the party to which he belongs ANY thing goes In Indiana and It is a wonder they do not do away with law and order altogether there Think of this W W Huffman formerly prom Inent Kentucky republican indicted there for mutilating the pure rood law went free because a judge holds there 4Isno law under which he can be pun lobed It Is useless to expect a higher regard of law or a better adjudication of It however IDA State where a crea turn like Fugitive Taylor Is held by two governors The Boosler State seems to be rapidly going to the bad any way and since the death of Us best and greatest citizen and statesman Benjamin Harrison nobody seems to care how soon the worst is reached THE president has decided he can manage the Philippine situation wltbI out the help of Congress so there will be no extra session Secretary Root and Attorney General Knox both ren dered legal opinions to the effect that the authority to govern the Philippines vested In the president by the Spooner amendment was ample These opinions were concurred In by all the mem bers of the Cabinet Tilt question of the hour bus been settled The Lexington Deragcrat de feated the Herald of that city 30 to 8 at baseball and there Is no longer doubt as to which is the greater and better paper POLITICAL Prof W L Yerlces brother of Jobn W has been appointed U S bank examiner Senator Mark Hanna was Rppointed a colonel on the stall of Gen Hauleur pommander in chief of the G A U The board of trustees of the Statu College appointed C J Nprwood 01 Louisville Inspector of mines and minerals to succeed George W Stone 01 Leitchfleld appointed by Gov Brad in 1S97 Chairman J P Wilkinson has iiI ucd a call for the democratic committee to meet In Liberty the fourth Monday In June to take steps for n convention or primary to nominate candidates for county ofilccs- Collector Comlngorc who Is said to be slated for dismissal by Senator Deb e Is demanding the removal of Collector Sapp also and tho sentiment Is said to be strongly Indorsed by a certain element of the republican party In KentuckyAn has had the bad taste to revive the fact that Justice Drown was appointed by President Harris This Is not the time to bring this matter up Mr Harrison Is dead and dur fog his life he did so many good things that this case should be overlooked Cincinnati Enquirer We ara glad to see that no one seemil disposed to contest for the democratic nomination for commission In this district against W P Walton the democratic veteran of Stanford It Is true the election is a good ways ofT but races are made up early now and ire believe Mr Walton will get the honor without opposition Oweat Herald NEWS NOTES The wheat crop of Green county Is laid to be an almost total failure The verdict In the Clark c cae vs Ogllvle Garrard was affirmed A terrific rainstorm in RIpley 0 and vicinity did great damage to property James Drake died at Dayton 0 of blood poisoning contracted la cutting a ornJames M Barrett of Henderso ommlttcd suicide In a hotel In Ke Irleans In a Southern Railway wreck at At iota three people were killed and many Injured A company has been organized at Albany to sink an oil well in Duvall Valley Clinton county Twenty yearlings property of E fClay and Catesluy Woodford sold for 4625 In New York Eight men were killed ta an explos- Ion of powder In the Cbopln mine at- Iron Mountain Mich The State encampment of the G A R adjourned at Covington to meet In- June next at Lebanon James Stacy of Macon Mo whll temporarily Insane killed his wife and daughter and committed suicide The mercury was 0 below freezing In Oregon yesterday and Ice an Inch tblc was formed All fruits were killed The slopdrying house of the Ken tuckv Distillery and Warehouse Company at Tyrone was destroyed by fire John G Gordon a brakeman who killed Conductor Jack Scanlon on a freight in Fayette county was acquitted J H Gallup and son Ralph wore killed by a bolt of lightning while they- vero standing by an open window at Welcb La- Turkey has agreed to apologize for- the ill treatment of Italian subjects by Turkish authorities and to Indemnify be victims The capital stock of the American Telegraph and Telephone Company IE to be Increased from 100000000 to 10000000 J Albert Brink and Mrs Mabel Walker took poison In a room at Lincoln Neb The woman is dead and the man Iii in jail The court ordered a verdict for the defendant in the suit of Mrs Woodbury aalnst Mrs Eddythe Christian Scientist at Boston T A Bowling of Hammonsvllle Hart county was attacked by a vicious heep and killed before assistance CQuid reach him A petition has been filed to revoke- the charter of the Enterprise Fire Insurance Co of Lexington which seems to be a wild cat concern Robert Gibbon BIdwell of Jacksonville Fla holding two American flags In his hands jumped from the Brook Iyn bridge and was killed Beware of fast women and borses- wrote John Jenkins of Philadelphia before pulling the trigger and sending his soul to kingdom come The Lexington W C T U proposes to have 500 bouquets on the celebration of Prison Daytho birthday of Jen nle Cassldy June 8 at the Frankfort prison razed from rending novels Leroy- Grove aged 16 killed his sister and- brothpr at Toledo 0 and sot lire to stablo after shooting himself and was- cremated Hopkinslemake a thorough Investigation of tbe- recent troubles at the Western Ient- ucky Asylum for the Insane W H Stone son of ExAuditor Samuel H Stone is dead in LouUvlllo He was Insurance commissioner under- Gov Bradley but was In the tobacco business at the time of his death itl A 820000000 linen goods manulae turers trust has been Incorporated under the title of the American Shirt and Collar Company to control the manu facturo of shirts collars and cuffs Stephen A Abell one Of the Jary land census enumerators on trial In Washington for padding returns testified that he recorded the names of per sons who had been dead many sears Immigrants with tuberculosis of tbe lungs hereafter will be debarred Irom all ports of the United States rctard less of boards of special Inquiry vhlJh heretofore have used their dlacrelion ADDITIONAL LOQAL EXTRA Clean Red Top Cane Seed Ulgglns McKlnnoy THE L Jf N otTer a flCiO roundtrlp fare to Cincinnati Sunday ONLY routine business was transact ed at the city council meeting last night DR G GOLDSTEIN the optician 1be at the St Aeaph Hotel Mond one day only- REz1EDtiiER that our terms are cluh Lo v rash prices on feed of all kll1ds J H Baughman fc Co A LITTLE daughter of John BAn Icrson of the Preachcrsvllle lecttoD vail kicked in the face by n horse and sadly hurt THE salaries of the Lancaster post vaster has been Increased to 1300 01 ricbolasrllle to Slt 00 Richmond to 2000 Somerset to 1000 and Sprl field to 1100 TILE prospects are that a large crowd rill witness the contest of tbe Slhtr Ircicent Club at Waltons Opera louse tonight Remember a portton of the house will bs reserved for white eople and that good order Is assure THE fiscal court In session ycstcrd Ivlded the pikes Into sections to be jperlntended bv the magistrates a OIl the work on them will be let to the lowest and best bidder This Is Imilar to the Boyle county plan which bas proven satisfactory AFTER services at the Presbyterl church by Rev W E Arnold at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon tbe Odct elbows will march to to the cemetery and place lowers on tbe graves 01 their dead brothers Flowers for the icaslon left at Beazley Hays etore wtll be appreciated WOULD It not be a good idea for the ctt council and our business men to make some preparation for the comic 01 the Louisville Commercial Club and otbers from that city Other towns arc putting the big pot In tbe little to speak for the occasion and Stanfo should not bo found lagging behind the procession AT theMethodistchurch Sunday nlgbt the Epworth League will bold gospel temperance meeting Shot papers and liveminute addresses by members of the league and others Ibo- bave consented to assist In the service Mowing Is the the program The Dible and Temperance Rev W E- Arnold The Young Man Who Drinks P M McRoberts How the Home SuI- fers Miss Annie Darn Inremperaa and a Young Maos Business Prospects Rev O B Beck Reading by ills F note Spoonamore What Young Ladies Can Do to Lessen the Evil Mn W E Arnold The Cigarette Habit Dr J G Carpenter Church Member and the Drink Traffic E H Beazley Appropriate songs by the choir Services at 715 oclock Everybody vlte CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Haglns subject Sunda morning will be The First Christian Churcb at night Why a Christ The Epworth League of the Methodist church here will hold a Gospe nperanco service Sunday night Rev B M Sblvo of Camobellsvllh who was tendered the pastorate of the RIchmond First Presbyterian church- bas declined to accept Uncle Joe Hopper Is conducting an Interesting revlval at Silver Creek- chapel Sixteen additions were reported upto Sunday nightRlchmonc ClimaxDlslusted with Dowles nrctetslons- that he Is Elijah reincarnated John- Alnouye and Paul D Kltano Japanese elders who were being speclall educated by the General Overseer to- carry his principles to Japan have wlthdralvn from Zion- KIRKSVILLE We are glad to see some of our cltl- ccns smearing on a little white wasbQuite a crowd of young people went to tho Kentucky river fishing MODda- yThey report no fish but a good time Miss Jennie Wallace a former pupil of tbe Secrest Normal paid our town- short n visit last week Miss Allcen- White Of Crab Orchard Is visiting her sister Mrs W P Lawrence and- other friends Donald Kelley of Ohio is siting Charlie Curtis The M H and C W C gave a n co- little entertainment Saturday This- literary society Is composed of six of the junior girls who deserve congratulations for their energy and undertak- Ing to make for themselves a library to- elevate their minds during vacation Do You Know I I That you can buy Good Goods at the I The Louisville Stores Great Closing Out Sale I FOR SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR And that wagon loads leave their Etcr every day Do not wait until it is too late House Furnishings Our big line of Carpets to close out at lOc to 4Uo II r 1r1 Mattings that other stores charge 35c and lOc per yard we are doling out at ICjC and Ze her Ian 10 pieces matting 15c quality to close out at lOc 6 dozen paper window similes with fixtures to clo o out at lOc each 10 dozen linen window shades roc quality to close out at 26c 50 pin lace curtain 81 quality to close out at Wca pair 6 dozen counterpanes Mimailles pat terns worth 91 to close out at 6IC 6 dozen sheets 81x00 76o quality to dose out at iOc 10 pieces damask table linen 85c goal sty to close out at 23o per yar- dCorsets 10 dozen ummor oorseU 60o quality to oose out at 23c 5 dozen II t H corsets worth isle it dbse out at We A lot of black corsets to close out al GOc on the Il- BROWN FILLY LOST Left Into last Thursday eTenlng Hoar to foal and live years old THOMAS Iloi t Gilbert Crook Kr LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN Dark bay mate mall very tlmrt mane and tall both eyes weak as It nearly blind saddle scar oa back Liberal reward Mn Lizzie Hooker colored Turncnvllle NEW LIVERY STABLE 577 DUIltt Jt 31S Prnrs JUNCTION CITY KY atiMtClass Turnout Ilentonablfi Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Clay For Sale MULES FOR SALE I have eight mules 5 to 8 years old from 4X to 18X hands Ijlgti for sale All tnitrei but three and all Rood one Iliuii DCNS Uuitonvllle Ky GO TO F KRUGER Mt Vernon VVi lie carries a full and complete to k uardiwrenew up b hl friend all on himiUa Ce RUPLEY- The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call TH- EQueen Crescent and RouteI PanAmericanExposition BUFFALOMay lat to Nov lat 1901 Excunlon rates and special train service will bo cnuounccd later Tho Tan American tho greatest American Expos ition since tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Mid- wayNIAGARA Only M minutes FALLS from KxposiUon t AIS n M If nW1IWy w o 11F11ttamrgtc SHOES 500 Pairs of Ladies Shoes bought at very low price to be closed out at cut and slash pricesShoes worth 250 to sell at 135 Shoes worth 200 to close out at 110 See our lineof ladies shoes in small sizes 2 2 12 3 and 3 12 Boys Clothing 160 boys all wool suiM worth from U to 10 to close out At f109 to 184 Lot of boys knee pants 60o and 11 quality to close out at USc to 410 76 pairs boys summer weight knee pants to close out nt Oa n pair 100 pairs boys shoos latest style worth 1211111 18 to close out at uSe and II 26 hays straw tale worth Me now go for23o NI Prunes DM Stand Depot fit Stuiforl New and itjllih Turnouts hates reawniMc Sicl attention to ulMinen Hornet and oolit on Single frnli hay lOc lItchri tOe No hitches on flood attention given all stock lit our title Phone W 200 mens stilt worth from f10 to f18 J now to close ont at from 164U to lo Why pay 136 or 30 fur your sum met suit when we can furnish you for OOo on the dollar and you a nice fit Our cock of clothing U lunurnio and we guarantee to please you 300 palra mens Nit pantH worth 1rnow to close nt ISoIe than half price One lot of risen s lummcr pants II quality lo go at 4Uo- BO mrnt shirts iciest designs the saute ihlrt you pay 75c and Jl for at other stores we nov sell out nt 4Po 76 dozen mens oiiinmer SOc goal ity to closeout at Slo One lot of mens black std tn sox 15oaml Sic quality to clue out at lie 100 dozen pairs moos blue and gray nixed salon wx lOa fjmiIty to dote out at ba- large stock of meni butt to close out at OOo on the II 60 tloan mens linen collar 11k 15e quality to close out at ic Cummins MeClary 4 Clothing Furnishings Shoes Queen WeLl DouglasI a To Go to the city to buy t e a will all See his line and get his iH CO Livery feed And Sale Stable l traveling brought couunlwlon public left TJIMens give dozen underbill InllI STANFORD KENTUCKY Hds SHOES Agents Royal Tailors J No Need Furniture By Whole sale or Retail ForlWithers tanfo5H- as stock that please uptodate prices WARD Clothing W W McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky thobelten Iced Ac Prices very reasonable Ous KennedyMiller JTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1001tTIt tho Judge Taft clear for a Choice graokc at Pennys Drug Store proscription work la uniurpans us and bo convinced funny IOUlt PERSONALS IJH VVltUN It In Lebanon t ATTOKNIIY J IL UUBiiof Richmond fa hero BOKs to tho wife of O K Cox a daughter WILLIAM KIBLUS went to LoulsvUlo r yesterday 1 MAGIC FKKKILL It back from Frankfort n freo man Mils U n YOUNG of LoulAvllle It with Mm G U Cooper Miss LINDA MILLKII In at homo fro Georgetown Female CofegoacDa Ku M ESTKS Italics III His wlfo liaUo very nick t C 1 WANK of Somerset spent a few days with his brother J M Ware MIL J M Loo AN of Lancaster hero yesterday returning from Ml Mlts J H STOCKY of Livingston Is with her sister Mr J W Crutch t field Miss MINNIE RUPLRY who hu been teaching In Shelby U at homo for tho In4isscame up to sea Miss Stella Iluploy graduate Mlta HUA UtnviTT went to Lcxlng ton yesterday to lee Mrs L A Farlsfr who U ill UIINBST WAIUIRN of Livingston saw his sister Mint Virginia graduate yesterday tin W G KOUTBN and daughter Miss Marie aro visiting relatives at tiSpurlington Mil J P InVrus wife and baby of Lebanon wr guests of Mr nod Mrs 1SJ M 1ettus- MKS SALLIB HALL the aged moth tr of Mr T C Hall l Improving after a beg Illness LroLOW PUTTY postmaster at Suclbyvllle was hero Tuesday to see Judo Davlson Mils Dit U IL HOUKIOAN and sebtidree of Marlon are guests a Mr H C llupleys Etunit B J PINKHUTOV of Huston vllle attended the commenoemenl ex rclsoa yesterday Miss KATB McCLUUU of Crab 0 chard Is the guest of Mrs H n Me s Clurc alTurnortvlllo REV Ad Pun and daughter Miss Amy of Drodhoad were guests of Or and Mrs K J Drown MR AND MRS H K HUG mis of LouUvllle attended the burial of M George n Lusk at Lancaster Mus D X WILLIAMS of Ml Vcr non was on yesterdays train tcturnlng from a visit to a son In St Louie Mils MARY C McKlNNKY returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs W J Yager In Louisville Wednesday Miss LKTTIE HEL and nephew J Frank Walton Jr of Cincinnati aro guests of her brother and sister MlSSKS EVA AND MlLUUEU VI t of Mercer attended the commence mont exercises of Stanford Female Colt loge Mns1V C PRICK and Circuit Clerk Graham Price and wife of Danvll were with Mr and Mrs George Keller Jr Mrs JOHN W MooRE of Casey was with her daughter Mrs Kd Wllk Inson Miss Lllllo Moore return homo with her MR AND oats JOHN W DASTIN of Plttsburg camo down to see t4 pretty llttlo daughter Miss Katie part In tho College concert Tilt Daovltlo News says that Miss Tovls Carpenter of Stanford will bo one of tbo most charming young ladles at tho commencement there LITTLK Miss ELLA BARNKTT suffer ed a sovuro nasal hemorrhage just the concert begun Wednesday nig and could not take her part In the pro gram IT was Mrs J II Beazloy who ea a solo at tho Christian church Sund morning and not Mrs Dr L U Coo as we stated In our accustomed seat worshipping elsewhere wo bad to get t our retort from another who uninten tionally made us ear ODOIon ington Street and will go to ho keeping on tho 15th of Juno Mr and Mrs Wells have made their homo at Mrs Downtons on Third Street eluco they havellved In this city Danvlllo News LOCALS tBCu FINISH at Craig k Hockera ODD pants at cost J W Perrin COMMENCEMENT presents at EIu tons FRESH fish Friday and Saturday ai W H Brady TILE public school will close the successful term in its history today NEW lot of ladles two atrap patent VIcl slippers at Cummins te McClarys NEW mounts and carbon finish p ures and everything now Miss stray a I STfittingNEW things In neck wear at Cum mine te McClarya plcturofrumes log1VANTrustr proipperPOll SALE Two eecond hand bind era and mowers J T Jones Stan fordFloNEW lino of cut glass candelabras gold watches etc Wm Hamilton jew oler A Tui pension of La Dale of Morcland has been Increased to tlO war month NEW line Refrigerator Freezers Coolers Preserving Kettles otc John Bright Jr A Co ofne rooms on Panvlllo Avcnuo Six res of lund Splendid location H Ielroe 30000 SWEET POTATO plants for sale Bermuda lOo 100 Southern Queens NlghamrTHIEVES broko Into B J Durhams residence at Danville but ho awoke and frightened them away before they made a haul T C MALI who has ben successful the mercantile business hero und at will soon open a grocery In his property on Depot street MEN WANTED TCablo bodied me to work on tho Danvlllo sewers Stead employment for six months at tl to tl 25 Af L Patlcreon A Co contract ort MISSKS ADAMS of Uustonvlllc will sell their millinery stock on reasonable terms Good stood Contemplate mov tug causes them to sell Write or call on them II L TATB deputy shorlll of Rock castle was on Wednesdays train with Thomas Clark whom he was taking lo the Loxingion Asylum Mr Clark Is prosperous Rockcastlo county and sulTercd no menial trouble until a few days ago AriHKCiATHO OnTOn learnlD that the chapter of the Daughters the Confederacy here had honored hit father by naming It the Warren Grigs t yrtrait of the colonel for their lalg room Tho president Mrs J W A corn expresseahlgh appreciation of It and says tho ladles of tbo chapter greatly prize the gUt msbItNE HOST J B WILLIS of Orchard Springs It sparing salts time nor money In announcing tbo opening ball at that delightful resort which occurs on tbo evening of June II This oUlce printed him 1000 Invl tallonannounccmenU some days a and this week he telephoned for snot er big lot The occasion promises to bo a notable ono and the crowd ch will bo there will bo the largest years DISTILLERY BURNED Just as wo went to press Tuesday morning a rUt port coma that J O Hacklcyi dill borne1cd inCc Fortunately tho warehouse did not catch or tho conflagration would have been a big Abouta barrel of whisky which dhad not been stored went up in ems There la little doubt that tbo work cd bollkuSOMETIIINCI must bo dono to breakup tbo theft and burglary golDIion here Last week a half dozen or so houses wprb vl ltcd and our readers re member the success the thieves had at the residences of Messrs J M McRob nlghtto burglarize Polor Straub Jrs resi byKcallingk out Tho scamps bad como up through the gar gMrStraub and SIno were both at the Odd toeeoten blood FLOWERS Tho ladles of War goboxColumbus 0 yesterday to bo placed on tho graves of somo of the 2200 sol dlers burled there Col Wm U Knauss who was a colonel in the Un woundedmll at a secured an up proprlation several years ago to enclose with a substantial brick wall tho cemetery and at his own expense has kept ormostder many tho graves with headstones For several years ho has had a decoration day In Juno btrowlng each gray a with flow ore at his own expense Verily Col Inn use andSahoI SUre to be in HeavenI ANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE URILLIANT WINDUPOK A SUCCESSFUL Tmm A house full of people witnessed and enjoyed to tbo fullest extent the an nual concert of Stanford Female Col e at Waltons Opera House Wedoea evening Tbo carefully prepared gram below was rendered in a man ner pleasing to pupil parent and In Alructor Miss Ellen Ballou the vary- rough music teacher and Miss ra Ballou the talented Instructor In elocution received showers of com pliments on their efforts wbllo the young ladles who took part are all to bo congratulated on their good work Mrs Nannie S Saullcy principal and Misses Malllo gad Bettlo Paxton and Prof Miller are alto duo much credit for the way the young ladles acquitted themselves for they with the Misses Ballou ha rc patiently taught them for many months Chorus ToDay Bristol Re citation Knee Deep In June Katie nadtln Overture Siege Corinth Rossini Mary McRoberts Mary Hlgglns Minnie Sloe Aretbusa McAllster Virginia Bourne and Kate Waters Beclta lon The Rescue of Lucknow Virginia Lee Bourno Rondo Uolst Sue o emEaglemaoMenefee Ella Barnett Sadie Stagg Katlo Newlaod Bessie YanllsMattle McClory Recitation So aiQMarriageLovl a Harris duo Taylor Englcman HMaude Varnon Mario Mabooy Sara Baughraan George Menefee Arc ihusa McAllster Catherine Huffman Katie Basiln Mediation Marguerite or lib the Mountain Guide AnnaB Darst Jubelouveriure Wehtr Etta Hello Lloyd Virginia Wanvn Katie Mersboo Kato Waters Auna Dart Stella Hill IantomlmeComnThrathoRy o Recitation Womans Rights Speech Polly Traylor DIabelllrslne Sara Baughman Mary Phillips Levis Harris Marie Mabony Thaoetopateof Sleep Tho opera house was tastily dccorat ed with flowers and evergreens and the oung ladles dressed in gownspf snowy hite furnished a scene that was beau Slder while the recitations of Misses Katie Bastln Virginia Bourne Kit Tralfor Mrcra expect ed to see her draw her hatchet The pantomimes were an enjoyable feature of the very interesting program dnMrs Nannie S Saulleyt excellent WInal er frequcnllydurlDa but the house was well filled by iho friends and patrons of tho school who enjoyed the program which was not wlath a sonata very creditably by Llttlo Misses Virginia Bourne and Mary McRoberts after which Rov W E Arnold Invoked the divine blessing 5Vk86ar Ily Introduced Rev S M Logan who delivered a very excellent baccalaureate address on Silent Forces of which a synopsis could not do credit and which should bo embalmed in a permanent form Little Misses Catherine Huffman and Katie Bastln played a waltz very nice ly sad then Mrs Sautley conferred iho htdegrees on the graduating class and afterwards addressed tho young ladles in a very feeling and beautiful manner Misses Mattto Helm Mcnefco and Mr g gio May Traylor received tho deg red of M E L and Lucy Anne Hail Nun nlo Brent Newland Stella Caldwell Ruploy Susan vanArsdalo and Virgin la Severance Warren that of M A They were all gowned in spotless white and with the pretty setting of tbo stage formed a lovely plcturo Flowers nafruits and confections were literally showered at their feet making their signional by Llext beautifully performed by Misses Anna Durst and Katie biers ban closed the exercises after which friends crowded to the stago to con gratulato the young ladles while tho audlenco slowly dispersed Mrs Sauf loy has given great satisfaction as ibo principal of the Inatltutlon and thcro is general regret at her determination to glvo It up We aro authorized to say that It will not closo permanently with the session but will be conducted next session by a competent and ope rlcnccd educator A RATE of H fares has been secured over the L N to Crab Orchard on the certificate plan to all who tho camp meeting at attendj beginning July 2d WITH circuit and county court slog day should be a big day here Drop In and eta us bymhoblo Insurance Co has been paid Mr John J McRoberts informs us CRAIO JACIC IAN a splendidold col ored moo died at his homo near Lo gantown Wednesday night and will be burled today He was a prominent member of tho United Brothers of Friendship and u republican county committeeman TilE tollgate raiders gatt their work again on the gala near Hedge vllle when they burned it to the ground Mr J E Bruce who passed ibo scone Tuesday says a rope was stretched across the pike and the keep er bad a tent over In a Held near by THE commencement of Central Uni versity was saddened and the exercises curtailed by the death of the dean of th e law department Prof Wm Chen cult and of the wife of Chancellor L II Blanton and the dying condition of Dr R L Brock the first chancellor of the Institution Dr J VLogan con ferred the diplomas In the presence of a small gathering DR PuicmDr Joseph Price the inent surgeon of Philadelphia came yesterdays train and performed a difficult operation on Mrs Dr T P Caldwell of London who Is at Joseph Price Infirmary Drs T P Caldwell R T Ramsey of London Jackson oftwitnessed the operation LINCOLN COUNTY DREW FIRST b1oNEYThe residence of A K Singleton near Waynesburg burned Saturday evening May 25lh It was In su red In the Farmers Homo Insurance Co of Junction City for 500 The company has been doing business near ly two yenta and this Is tie first total loss The loss was adjusted on the 23th just three days otter fire Paid In full no discount No three faurtbe clause In their policy FINE CowW K Shugars of Me K Inner tells us that ho sold a milk cow to Hon Georce E Stone of Liber ly that Is a jewel If what Mr Stone tells of her Is true He says sirs Shu gars Informs us that at milking time all that Is necessary to stet fine rich milk la to sot a big bucket under the cows udder and rub her down the back Mr Shugars has had a number of applications for cows like Mr tones but he has not been able to fill t tho osiers I THE court of appeals reversed the decision In the case of the Southern railway in Kentucky rs J O Evans admlnlstratorappealed from tho Wood ford circuit court Judgment of 810 000 damages was obtained for the kill log of Evans at arallroad crossing near Versailles while riding In a buggy The company held that Mr Evans id not look to see if a train wa approaching and was on that account guilty of contributory negligence The amount sued for was 30000 and the court Instructed the jury to take into consideration the earning capacity of wataYprobably prejudicial to the substantial rights of Ibe company WATCH RECOVRREU In response lo a telegram stating that a watch an swerlng the description of the one ink en from his residence had been found on a Negro arrested at Nlcholasvllle Mr George L Peony went to that place Wednesday afternoon and return cd with his property The handsome Knights Templar charm was not racer cd however and Mr Peony still offers a liberal reward for It Dr J G Carpenter thinking he might find the watch stolen from him accompanied Mr Penny but found no trace of his timepiece The Negro who had tho watch Is ono of the three who assaulted Policeman J J Peel ot Nlcholasvllle who attempted to arrest them His name is Jeptha Johnson and Is a Rich mead product His two pals escaped aud are still at largo Mr Penny did not see tho Negro but ho was Informed that bo mado a full confession and stat ed In It that bo had visited Stanford once before and made a haul AT her request Mrs James Bran som who has been at Joseph Price In firmary for treatment was taken to her homo In Casey Tuesday The doctors told her oho was notable to stand tbo trip but she Insisted and a bed was art ranged In a surrey und Dr E J Brown and others accompanied her to within a fow miles of Liberty whore another doctor mot them and took charge of the patient Learning Mrs Bransoms dcslro to como homo and die there as she bad been Informed that her case was hopeless a dozen or moro of her neighbors camo up Tuesday morning and offered their services to take her down on u stretcher Their otter was declined al the suggestion of the doc tors who knew she could not live thro tho tedious journey and the plan above- mentioned was substituted It was an exhibition of euro enough goodness In the clever Casey county gentlemen who were more than willing to walk the long dusty road and carry a coo slderablo load at that This Space Has Been Engaged For One Year by John Bright Jr Co t Who Succeed the Firm of Warren Shanks and Through this Medium will TELL THE PBOPLB What They Have To SelltJust In SeaSO I tltitl We are showing this week nice values in Umbrellas and Parasols Ladies Silk Gloves Lisle Thread hose Sumner Corsets Ideal Kid Sliypers Neckwear Laces and Embroiderins Eggs taken at highest market pries JOHN P JONES Stanford 8ftII MondayI I ayJune I 20 Pieces Fast Colored Laws1iJ i1in black white and fancies atr3 12c Chile tI drens Oxfords to Childrens closefjjfi Ladies75c t herIiSeverance Sons 1 il Em We have one of the largest and best selected stocks of Vehicles I Ever brought to Central Kentucky and arc prepared to show 01 oxceptionalylow Farming Implements RollersEtcWe have our own Rubber Tire Plant and can replace your old Rubber Tires kE Much cheaper than can send to the city and Lava it done and also save you freight charges Call when you are in town Bruce Bright Danville New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fres i lrAndjyou have a Nice New Stock to select from Your patronage will ho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andsee us WIw sa UNDER s i NCO Phone 88 110 West Main Street g THE INTMOR JOURNAL IttablhaTu3aywandFadtav 1 PER YEAR will Uchircednot lopMdOJSOOWhen asl t Entered n the pottOfflce at Stanford teondelan matter ERDILLEHAYDASTVILLB Manufacturer of- T BRICKAnd Dealer to Lime Cement c o Write For Prices A S PRICE I Surgeon- i Stanford Ky OfflctoT McBobtrU Drug Store In tile Owsltr r I Uulldlng 1 l ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Ky t Office over Higgins d McKinneys Store Telep one No 48 e JUST LIKE A MILL I have opened a branch In the George Holmes property In Crab Orchard where I will be glad to flour meal bran BhlltUIT So for your wheat and corn Give J3 pounds of good flour andtO Our pounds bran Is Itistown Qud I trust you wilt me a share patronage I retail flour and wholesale The flour andmeal at meal are made at tho Farmers Roller Mill at- etnntord I sell corn by the feeder bushel H Patterson manager of Crab Orchard Exchange PRUITTBROSMORELAND KY FurnitureUndertaking And Livery DrRGGOLDSTEIN Optic Specialist of US West Burnett Ave Ky will be In Stanford Monday June 10th ConsultationTo remain a and Examination FREE BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDERTAKERS DEALERS IS FttruitureMattingSRulsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JG+ McGbMY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer and Dcalcarln HARNESS SADDLERY CI Stanford Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE I desire to sell my saw mill or will trade It for stock or will more It to a body of timber and saw It It party wl be8IO W SIMILETOV 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 Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplcndi table Everything firstclass Porte meet all trains 89 Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your carriage or wagon In fll1 tclasutjle Experienced men to do It and work guarai teed can have your old vehicle mado new for very littlemoney J II OIIKEK Stanford Iy Farmers Roller Mills STANFORD KY MORRIS FRED IjiorniEToU I desire to announce to the public that I am ready to do any and all grins legend that I will at all times furnish the best o- fFlour MOM Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest and I solicit a hare of your patronage promising to gin rou thA best results et me but bear lu mind nl ways that I need you patronage MORRIS FRED Iror DrsSlauinPhillipsOSTEOPATHISTS Will be in Danrllle Mondays WeJnesJsys an lFridays- III be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Ollce In the 1cnnln ton UulldlnglSUnrordOI lice hours 9 to 12 M1 to r OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and developed by Ii A T Still of KtrtiTllle Mo depend on tbe Tlndplesof Anatomy and 1byslology for Its rea nits U no f no drug no tabbing- tosurgIcaloperations and clalma tbing super natural Osteopathy Tlews man si a machine of so manT arultak Is adjustment When all part are properly adjusted and not orerworked fault II the result Some of the diseases treated by ui Nerrou ratratlon Headaches Neuralgia ItheumatUm CatanhJWeak tlI Granulated Lids Goitre n Luer Lung Diseases Consllpatlo- ntiesGall tltons Eolargel Prostrate chi an ltn8t1na trouble Diseases of Bonn aad ants Curvatures Dislocations BtllTJolnti aralTils Incontinence of Urine Locomolor Atax male Diseases a specialty Coniultailoi Free incoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000- iticceuor to The Farmers flank A Trust Compan and under lame management contlnu ously for 83 Year Solicits Your Bank Account oping such business relations will pros mutua ly benetlelal and plevi DIR uiORS J B Paxton J80lerSrA W Carpenter W H Cummins J E LynnS ShanksJ J a Owsley OFFICERS S H I UOwleytahler test Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY hpltal Stock 150000 Sarplm 110000 This Institution originally established as the De pollt Bank nfStanford In 1853 then reorganized I- till National hank of Stanlord In 186S andagali rganlied as the First National hank ol Stanton n 1832 has had practically an uninterrupted exist Incefor years It Is better supplied now wit cllltles for transacting business promptly and I lrally than eTf before In Its long and hoooiab car Or Accounts oi lhldualalIduelarlnan- Individuals solicited maarrosa FBeldLtacolo C- oST i narrltII J Sl1ocltarII VI Walton II J U ColllerCrab Orchd DEImore Stanford J S Hofker President JW Hayden Stank 8 It Baughman TP Hill W A TribbleII Jas Robinson Rubble otrans J J McHoberts Cashier James Fijis Groat Carpst Sale HUSTONVILLE P I will eel for t e next few days ONLY ate best quality of two ply all wool carpels at 60c a yard former price 05c to 75o Jute and wool at 25c worth 85c Finest quality cotton chain matting i Beautiful Patterns at 25c Worth 35c Lot at 18c worth 25c Lot at IOc worth 15c All now goods andla test patterns Come at once if you want a carpet I cant eland A Lie but you come see r The wnnlou of tho Allegheny Pp county prison boartl says in his rcpor that during the twelve months endinj Dec 31 1900 there were rcccivct 9182 prisoners ns against 8440 tin previous year The jail physician state that 0r per cent of those committed were under his care for alcoholism and out of b77 who were summarilj convicted there wns not one who wit not n victim of alcoholic habit Still there are people of moderate intel ligence who look upon tho saloon his ine sas ueccs dry to municipal prosperity an evil to be tolerated for this revenue it affords and for the contnter cial prosperity which is erroneously supposed to attend it Such igomnco is bound to banished by tne brigh ter light of tho twentieth century It is philosophically true that our State of mind governs our conduct am yet it is equally true that indulgence iu n known wrong will influence our state of mind The first overt act of sin will be rebuked by conscience am disapproved by the intellect but n repetition of that sin may harden the conscience into silence awl perven the mind into an approval Thn the fathers of our country have heck perverted anti hardened into vothij the saloon of destruction upon then own offspring Said an eminent patriot Let mi Slug the songs of a nation anti I cart not who writes her laws Said nn eminent Christian poetuOh the good that we may do while the days are going IBut the Christian voters ot both the dominant partics make the ballot box sing Oh the evil we may do while election day goes by Neglect of one duty causes us to neglect another and these repeated neglects make us careless of all du ties and this carelessness leads tut ap probation of wrong and that appro Ration leads to bold aggression upon the rights of others Prom wrong habits we form wrong opinions from wrong opinions we form wrong characters from wrong character we eeud out an influence ofcrn into every department of life private and public A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Kerne dy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says druggist J Goldsmith Van Etttn N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs end colds and the cough follqwing la grippe anti found it very etllcacioua For sale by Craig A Ilockcr Druggists A man at RearaanAllch killed lid eix year old daughter and fatally wounded his wife He was fatally wounded by a neighbor The cousitcncy of theso canteen r favoring journals is souucthiagbcauti- tiftd Not long since theywere persuading the people that the canteen is essentially a temperance institution told yet after the soldiers hind been under its influence for years they represent them ns breaking out almost at once into an extreme exhibition of drunkenness and rioting If the ac counts which they published had been true it would luivo been so much added evidence that the canteen wns rcnlln drinking school and that ninny soldiery hind bcome little worse thou Bbts but we are glad to know however uncomplimentary it may IK to tho veracity of these publication that there hero un such unusual displays of drinking stud violence This attempt of the great journals of tho country to manufacture public sentiment for the restoration of thjj army liquor can teen to the nrmy pinyscree to put tho public on their guard It is pretty mn but sometime quite largo inducements lire ottered for do ing small things and even journals grout in away have beoli known to he aflccted It v thorn Ktcrmd vigilance is tint only tine price of lilwrty but of public morality 111111lIgho t public t also Krco Methodist It is unquestionably true that loro is the greatest power in the world A living demonstration of the evils re stilling from the liquor trattic is the most ellcctive means of persuading a saloon keeper to quit the business and n loving ballot cast against the trattic is the most effective means of prohib iting it- 116WAiIF OF OISIMESTS Felt CATAIIItU TIAT CONTAIN MKKCUtY as mercury will surely dettror the tente ot swell and completely dunK the whole system when entering It the muooui surfaces Such artlcln should nicer he uteil except on prescrip lions from reputable physicians M the damage they olll do Is ten fold to the d you tin pom bljr derlre from them Halls caurih cure mums raeturel by F J Chny a lo Toledorsn sins no mercury and Is takes Internally acting Ireclly upon rhlnblood and mucous surfaces of the yitetu In tiujltf Halls Catarrh Lure Ie sure rou get the genuine It Is taken Internally and ladeln TollolIIbJ F J Cheney Co Test uonlals dnrWllI Inc 7k per 101 lie lfalll Family Illls Ire the best Miss Ella Mertz of Xapervlllc Hi who placed herself under the care of Zionist Dowle for treatment for nervous disorders hu been returned to- her home a raring mani- acPosted My farm U ported and I wilt not perMlt nyone to until ash or In any trespass on It Those who do no will be prosecuted t3 the full extent of the law ERII T ILMCASX NOTICE Singerlowinghn ladle of this county In a few day hey all know that the danger ranks first In sowing machines It CrutrhflelJ Summer Boarders oplsoatohrlstlancull bo prepared to entertain guest after June 1st Write for terms 4t MILS BOWMAN SMITH Crab Orchard Ky TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We hereby state that the Pta Plow sold by U S Carpenter Is lust n far superior to the Oliver Chilled Plow as the Dcerinc Hinder la utKrlor to the cradle W 0 COWAN J S OOODE S M OWENS IE REAM SODA Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors at PENNYSDRUG WALL PAPER PMbOI The people of Stanford and Linciln County are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of Imported Wall Paper Ever shown in this section from the cheapest to tho most expensive made Wo have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possible price He also have a full line of 1alnls Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Ec A L GIBBONS Danville Idler Wird Deutch Gespochen J O UANHYK Clerk French Coach Stallion QUASI No 2127 In Trench Coach Homo Stud Hook of America also In Uepubllquc- Francahe Huras Nutlonnux No 12S03 Winner of first at the National 1nlveritit Exposition Parts tS07 rind In com poling with over stallloni Imported by M II Tlcheiier A Co Chicago In ISU8 Color bur with small star 164 hands high weighs In working order 1321 pounds fouled April St lJS tired by M Lemulund of Commune of Huberavllle department of Lamorchli got by tho Government stallion Iruusui dam Chiirmantl by LcUard second dam by Revolution QUASI will make tho present season of 1001 at tny farm 2K miles from Stanford on Ilustonvllle pike AT SIO THE SEASON OR 15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares kept on grass at SOc per week Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents or escapes Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estelle 210j Sired by llcadl Golddust 4100 by Golddust 150 by Vermont Morgan darn by llcadl an imported Arabian stallion Uorsey Oolddustsi dam Is Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief u son of Gaffs Morgan making him un Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road bOI1 known Dorsey Oolddust Is a dark bay full bands and weighs 1200 Pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and Eastern horses combining the quanti for harness and saddle and uro In demand at top prices Will make tbe present season at my farm near Stanford at 110 to Insure a coL Will stand a good mule at 17 I REID Stanford Ky r 6 THE National Weekly Investment Co 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 establishedIFor further particulars address GEO B OTT SecretaryJ 73 East Short Street Lexington Ky See our line Columbus Troy and Moyer Buggies Carriages Buckboards cfCarson Pence Stanford GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint 0 Varnish and Varnish Stains S aSS- SSpecial w Prices l On Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits for next Thirty days W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Big Shoe Sale Going On At Racket StoreII The greatest bargains will he nlTueil in Men 1 lAdies and Childrens hu ever heard of In tho Stale of Kentucky fens Satin Jail and Viol Kid Shoe worth 82 pale price SUc per pair lAdies hoes worth front J to J250 per pair sale price froth 30c to 7io per pair Childrens Shoos from 15c up Great Bargain In Clothing Mens 85 Suits fur 12 60 Mens 110 Suits for 81 Oi Mens 116 to fIS Suits CorfU 90 to f8 75 Hoys suits from f2 up Ohildruns suits from 40s up Oome quickfwhile these great bargains last 1111110 pay highest cash price for produce and junk The Racket Store Stanford Ky Jacob Glnsburg Prop Next Door to Lincoln National Dank CastPHaI1gesWith Steel Ovenst r Arc rapidly becoming more populai Try one and you will seo why it If Satisfac N tion Guarnnteedt George H Farris Co 0 rI8lScIBlKrrKQI 1 J 0 o 0 Heccivo tho most careful attention and I fife Filled With TUB Best material Ths Lowest CASH Prices