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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL RrVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 519048 A M NO5 Ir1 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Joo Jordan bought 10 bonei born at 150 to 1176 J M Key colds told to A S Acton a maro for 1100 John Doll told to Joo Jordan a bay gelding for 1135 W L Martin of Banfloy has 20 70 pound shoats for ale J R Bcazley Bold to Will Robinson of Boyle a mule for 1186 W 0 Spratlsold to Thoraa Blkln six 150 pound bogs at 4io- FOLISALr100 owes and 76 lamb Coulter White Morelaod Scott Hudson hat told for 1200 tbo Rood boree Fred E12J11J W H Uundcrwood sold to W S f Drown a bornlcii bull oalf for 110 Foil SALE 426 bale of good tlmo i thy bay Address fox 33 Crab Orch ard ICy One Dloka cutting box and horse power for tale cheap C T Boboo nuitonylllo Ky W A Trlbblo bal told to J a Slier 100 acres of his farm on the Grab Orcb ard pike for 15000 Jets Walter told to Logan Denny of Lexington hit handsome harness gelding for fc handsome turn Richard Cobb told to A W Carpen ter for COO the double Standard Polled Durham bull Royal Abbott Two Poland China boar of tbo Sun hlnc Beauty breed subject to remit ter for tale W M Bright Stanford E V Carson bought of J M Mc- Cormack 71 sheep at iio and of Emmett McCormack 30 extra good one at fit M F Lawrence told toSweooey Mor gan 2510t pound bogs at 4 10 Sllat Anderton old to same 32 102 pouodert at 435 A J Coleman a wellknown horse man after a retirement of four yearn will drive a stable of trotters and paean at Oarrodtburg I am tnjbo market for hemp and will receive It at Minors old mill nod at Dunoao Wares house II AL West Dyaltsvllle Cbarlct L Crow bat moved to Hlao- vllle and will opea a public training table He It a good man with horses and should do well Bruce it Carter bought of Jan EC Alford a bay harness bone fur IW Trey sold to Newman Patton a mule for 1186 and to another party a brown p mare for a handsome price James n Weaver told bit farm of IM acres near Sloan to Charlie WII tams of Wayne county Prloo 18780 W O Rankle told a part of hit farm near Brooston to Wm Gibson Price 13086 Somerset Journal Joe Jordon bought nf Eld Joseph l1alloll a mule for 1106 of John S Baaghman a roan gelding for 1160 of W W tiny a black gelding for 1126 of W It Deobam a horse for 1116 and of Mack Lawton one for 1100 Foaled at Buffalo Stock Farm C V Gentry proprietor on yesterday Lo ganburtt brown colt with star and snip By Imp Uusklo First dam Han F nab Port by Imp Oormaaco tad dam Oral by Order 3rd dam by Hindoo l1James R Gay bat told a crop of 12 of tobacco grown on live acre of measured land for I12C6 an income of 1251 20 an lorD The yield 2612 pound an acre It one of the big j gait ever reported In Woodford county says a dispatch Steve Lucas has told this Gabriel Taylor farm of 165 acres to Judge Jobn W Hughes for 13500 about 155 an acre Thirty horses changed hands at Buford ft Pralc VaoAradalla stable at from 175 to 1200 Miller Cloyd pur phased thaO B Cloyd farm of 83J acres for HI an acre Mlllor Cloyd told to O B Shirley shoats average 00 pounds at Si 60 Harrodoburg Herald The annual atalllon thow will be bold at Lexington on the afternoon of Mon day next Nearly 100 of tbo famous Kentucky atalUonu will bo on exnlbl tlon Including the 1125000 Arlon 2071 Nervolo 204 Elastic Pointer 2061 Onward Silver 2031 Charley Horn 207 Peter the Great 2071 the mighty I r Jay Bird and all the stallions that have upheld Kentuokya world wldo reputa lion at tbo greatest breeding ground of the trotting horse At an Indjcilloo of tho healthy con dition of the jack market a number of sales made at the Union stuck yards of this city this week are turdgureswhich- pro among tbo best ever received In this section SO Nuunelloy bought a fouryear old 10 band jack for 8760 a IGhand animal told for 1503 tothesatno party and Alex Akin of Oreeniburg got an extra fine twoyearold for 1000 Bean Bros of this county paid 8100 for R 15 hand fouryearold and D C 4 Kcrr of Woodford purchased a throe yearold for WOO Another twoyear old wont to Bourbon county parties for i 260Lex Democrat As a result of a bitter factional fight among members of the Moade Baptist In South Louisville the pastor Icburch Leonard was locked out t Sunday by order of trustees recently I by the faction opposed to tho pastor a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Conway Rocbcatllo county It to have a 920000 hotel sass the Signal Peter Vandovoer a highly respected farmer died at bU homo near Junction CityJohn Brewer was elected teller of the First National Bank of larrod burg to succeed W W Edward deceased Tbo Reynolds Co of Wayoesburg bought of J W VanArcdalo bounda rr of timber near Pleasant Point for WOO For tbo first tlmo In 65 years the docket of the Clay circuit court Is tree of murder cases The last case of this kind was disposed of laU week Robert Beazlev aged 76 died In the poor house In Garrard Qo was oncu one of that countys richest men but lost his money to the mining builueit R W Miller bas been elected chair Dan of the Madison county democratic executive commtttteo In the place of John B Cbenault who hat removed to VirginiaLondon It by DO meant a dead town Fho now business houses In course of construction on Main Street Is a good showing for a town of 2000 Inhabitants DemocratThe of Health has turned a proclamation ordering a general vacci nation In Barrodsburg There are now six oases of smallpox In Uarrodsburg and one case Is reported at Burgln DemocratGeorge A Fry of Iroquois III has a farm In Indiana From 00 acres over there be has Just marketed of last years crop 4000 bushels of shelled corn by weight Of 10 aeres which was particularly good the best sore yielded 117 bushels and the poorest SO bushelsAttorneys Rawllngs and Vorls of this oily have tiled suit In the Casey olraull court for Mrs fettle Young against Adam Rills for 110000 damages The parties are well known and prominent The plaintiff claims that Bills talked about her In a elanderoui manner Advocate The Harrodsburg Water Company has Issued notice to the consumers that It will eerie operations Thursday The company claims that the city Is indebted to It In a sum largely over 121000 for water furnished from September 1 1690 to the present date and that no provision has been made to liquidate this debt MATRIMONIAL Wm Carter chief electriciAn for the Danville Telephone Co and Miss Ma ry Snodgrass of Mercer county were married Friday The marriage of J W Jenkins and Miss Lola Holcomb was indefinitely postponed as the groom developed a case of black measles says a Whites burg dispatch Amid artistic surroundings with crayon sketches In the place of the conventional potted plants and paint logs In water substituted for tbo floral wedding bell Miss Ethylene Catroo of Somerset and George O Daker form only of Louisville but now of Balti more were married In the studio of Jack Walter says the Courier Journal Good society In Korea has many curious customs Ono of these Is tbat widows mutt not remarry No widow in tbo really smart set would ever dream of remarrying however youog she may bo or however soon the death of her husband may have followed her wedding Married llfo In Korea Is by no means an unmixed blessing to the woman so perhaps perpetual widowhood might not bo objectionable if It werq not for the necessity of perpetual ly wearing mourning for the departed This means that during the whole of her life she IB limited to blue black and green as colors for her costumes She may not wear the smallest atom of red Therefore it It rather odd that widows should be known as whlto skirted women If this rule against tbo remarriage of widows prevailed in England how different it would be for the girls A Favorite Romody For Babies Its pleasant t alto and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Kcnmlr a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly euros tbelr coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other set ious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon ai the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by W N Uralg A now metal similar to aluminum but of still lessor weight has been dis covered by tbo French engineer Al bert Nod en and called nodium after him It Is manufactured by on electric process In color lustre and structure It is almost exactly like stool The directors of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association may do aide to have no State Fair this year fearing the St Louis Exposition may keep the attendance down NEWS NOTES Wm Canby a noted botanist Isdead at Augusta Ga Pour men were burned to death in a box car of gasoline at Harrisburg Pa Tho Government printing olllco Is to bo equipped with typesetting machines Erattus Dow Palmer famous at a pioneer American sculptor died at Al bany N Y j Mr J C Florlrg aDd daulrbter were killed by a train ata crossing at Ham llns Station Frank Summers a blacUtmllb was found dead bell de his mothers grave at Alexandria Vn Ono hundred and fifty followers of Mad Mullah were killed In a fight with British lu Sumalllaod A M Beaver a stock speculator of New York has confessed thathe raised a check for C2 70 to 6200 Tho American missionary killed In Persia Is believed to be Dr Benjamin Labarco of Massachusetts One man was killed and another per haps fatally Injured In a wreck on the Seaboard Air Line at Atlanta Rev U E Standard of St Louis after being speechless for five months has suddenly regained his yolce A twoyearold son ef George Breed en of Frankfort fell In a tub of water and was literally boiled to death A Negro charged with assault was taken from the jail by a mobat Mojave Cal and shot and clubbed to death B D Field a nephew of Cyrus W Field committed suicide with poison at Pueblo Col because of III health Abraham Newman a wealthy New York money lender was found dead In his oOIoe His safe and pockets bad been rifled Zaoh Montgomery apromloentfarm er of Davies county committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor No cause Is aislgncd Hanging was the verdict of iho jury In the case against oarbarn bandits Harvey Van Dine Peter Niedermeler oDd Gustavo Marx at Chicago After a quarrel with his wife at their home near Ufflngsvllle Brastus Em bergy walked Into an adjoining room and sent a bullet Into his brain Five members of a Kansas City brok erage firm were arrested by a post olllce inspector on a charge of using the malls for fraudulent purposes Jack Rogers an inmate of the nap kinsvllle Asylum from Carlisle county committed suicide by cutting btstbroat from ear to ear with a place of glass A picture of John R Ferris wlfo and their 14 children appeared In Satur days Courier Journal Mr Farris lives at Salem In the Southern part of the StateThomas Tucker one of tbo most prominent young politicians In Fayetto county dropped dead of heart failure In the lobby of the Phoenix Hotel In Lexington Tho convention of united mine work ore of the Western Kentucky district has called on tbo national board to bo gin immediately the work of organizing Hopkins county mlnee It Is practically settled by the War Department that the Third Infantry stationed at Fort Thomas Ky and Co lumbue 0 will be sent to Alaska A curlew law which went Into effect at Ithaca N Y affects adults as well as children and it has been found nee essary to quadruple the police force to enforce the provision Last year was a prosperous ono for Chicago laborunlons OvorOOOOO work ers sad their hours of labor reduced from 10 to nine and the gain In wages will amount to over 10000000 a year Mrs Annie Oppanhelmer was acquit ted In Cincinnati of the charge of pol soning her baby The jury was out only 17 minute and there was a gen eral demonstration of approval when tbo verdict was returned Adollna Patti sailed for Wales Sat urday utter saying that iho bad made her last tour of America Sho said her engagements were canceled by her manager on his owd account Her tour U said to kayo netted her 200000 By the breaking away of a wall un der the Hudson river New York and Now Jersey were connected by a tun nel making It possible to walk from ono State to the other under the river alter almost 30 years of coustant digging Sam Stout 15 years of ago shot and killed his brother William aged 13 at Bowling Green The two boys had a fuss over a game of checkers The oldest boy accused his younger brother of cheating He drew a pistol and fir ed but claimed bo did not know It was loaded No arrest has been mado Attorney R D Qlll has filed a brief before lobo court of appeals In tbo Powers case In which ho gives notice that an appeal will be taken to the United States supreme court should that court affirm the death sentence of the Scott circuit court He alleges discrimina tion In summoning Jurors In that an equal number of democrats and repub licans should have been selected n LANCASTER Marriage license was Issued this week to Everett Parks and Miss Molly Bendren They are both prominent society people of Upper Garrard Services were held Sunday morning at the Christian church for the annual foreign missionary offering and 0150 was subscribed the largest amount ev er given by this ohurcb Mr and Mrs Victor Lear bavo the sympathy of all In the loss of tbelrool son a child of lets than 12 months Monday afternoon the little body was laid to rest in Lancaster cemetery We are glad to report that the wheat crop In this county U much better than the farmers predicted From the pret ont proiptct It will be better then last year People will also be glad to know that the fruit so far Is not hurt The water works company Is finishing up some minor Items In their con tract with the city 13000 having been held back until this was completed The streets will now present a better appearance the ditches having been covered with rock Burglars effected an entrance Into tbo kitchen of the Now Mason Hotel a few nights since After satisfying their appetites they departed not attempt log further thievery There Is constd erablo robbing going on at present House keepers are advised to lock thier doors and unchain the dog The funeral of Mr R W Beszley ol this county was conducted at the reel dence of Dr Beazley Sunday afternoon Deceased was once prominent In affairs of Importance and was a man of means He was of a peculiar temperament vis ionary In the extreme and becausa of this his means had slipped away from him Ho Is at rest now hlsdlsappolnt meet ended his varied career closed Mr and Mrs R H Baleen have re turned from Oklahoma and Chicago Miss Annie Perkins Is the guest of Miss Mattle Robinson Joe Burnsldo has returned to Louisville Business College after a week with his pareuta here Miss Annie Herndon entertain ed a few friends Saturdavovenlng Mr George Burdette of Chicago a former citizen of Lancaster Is with friends here Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to Mrs Winter smith In Louisville HUSTONVILLE A very handsome art department has been added by the Emporium and will greatly Interest all lovers of floe arts The remodeled Emporium Is truly a Departmental Store and the ladles shoe parlor fills a much needed and long felt wantJames Frye Jr of State College li at home for a few days Mrs T J Robinson Is visitingrelatives In Haiti moreSee A J Adams expert tailor Fri day next March 18 and his opening of Spring and Summer suits In the latest cuts at the Weatberford Hotel Don1 miss It A J AdamsaOur city and community desires u extend the hand of brotherly love and fellowship to the oQiclals and citizen of Somerset for tbelr kind and courte cue treatment of our marshal while I n their midst awaiting the action of tbi courts on his recent misfortune On last Friday L C Carpenter for many years a member of the city coun oil a genial and clever gentleman 7 years of age at his home under careful watch of a devoted wife and daughters was touched by the hand of tbo Grin Reaper and ho slept A largo con course of sorrowing friends and rela lives attended his burial at 2 ocloc- Saturday afternoon In the cemeter hero Misses Julia Stagg and Edna Cam nllz spent Sunday In Liberty Mise Ltzsle Phllllos is visiting friends li this city Mrs Charles Wheeler 01 the Emporium and Mrs N McCarty of Mt Salem are expected homo hit week from the city where they bav- bean buying large stooki of goodt for the Spring and Summer trade Mla Maude VanAredale Is with Mrs Casey Allen In HorroJsburg Howard Cam nltz our phenomenal twirler who hat been at homo for a week has received orders from the Pittsburg team with which he has a contract at a handsome salary to report at Hot Springs on the 23rd where the team goes In training W S Huffman Is homo from his rev enuo work and IB threatened with pneu mania Best Remedy Constipation The flncstiremedy for constipation I ever used is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Mr Ell Butler of Frankvllle N Y They act gently and without any unpleasant effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural con dltion Sold by W N Craig Miss Virginia Barbour waaground to piece under a freight train at Frank fort while trying to save her little brother who had stumbled on tho track In front of the train but rolledbetel from It yyw + 4 13 I ++41 14 Y 1 h QmrO t DANVILLE KY t I n I NEW DRY GOODS Our Spring stocks arc practically all in now und arc ready for yonr inspection We have endeavored to eclipse all previous Spring lines in both quantity and variety The first selec tion is always the best and we urge as early visit as possible so that yfcu can see everything that we are showing There are an unusually great number of really new things out as well as a revival of several old favorites 1 = TAILORMADE SUITS We are showing over 125 Now Man Tailored from 15 to 35 representing the very 1latest ideas and best tailoring to be hud in New York While we have paid more attention to the style fit and tailoring of these suits the prices will be found more reasonable than the same High Grade work is sold anywhere We have about 25 Sample Suits in size 34 and 3G that we bought at 13 less than the regular price Ask to see them 1 SEPARATE SKIRTS = Walking Skirts in all the latest materials bytttheir shape Prices 300 to 1000 made of Voiles Twines Eta mimesPanama Mohairs Broadcloths Etc at every price from 400 to 2500 SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS Beautifulh made of Fine Soft Finish Taf- fetas at 16 50 and 1875 Prices are very lit tle more than the silk alone will cost you SILK WAISTS Crepe pe Chene Waists in solid Black and White at 375 Elegant tailored Peau de Soie in Black 0111at 375 and 500White wash Habutai silk at 250 Daintyi and 350 and up Black wash DRESS GOODS- We have the largest assortment of thin wool Black Dress Goods in Central Kentucky These wo imported direct and saved two profits and they will be found excellent values Chiffon Voiles Twines Folaina Crepe do Paris in Black 1Vhitoyfancy 100 SILKS Natural Fongc at 75c 90c and 1 eGenuinc Habutai Silk in White and Black from 50c yd up Black waterproof Habutai at t 75c and 1 Yard wide Black Tafleta at 75c 1 and 125 Fancy Taffetas tShirt Waist Suits at 65c Best Corded 101I 11 at 35c FINE WASH GOODS I We have over 500 pieces of new wash goods but mention only a few here Printed Silk Muslins in elmIpatterns nt 29c worth SOc French Organdies nt JOe and SO French Nets at 7ScSilk Stripe linish Batiste at I9c1lumlreds of pieces of heavier Wash colorInt IOc to sOcdnll tho latest and boat ideas of tho MILLINERY bIWo will have the best showing of TrimmcdJ Hntejwo ever made Date of Opening will bo announced in a few ft ft tftoborteon dc Jiro- 9ry JI 9oofr oanuileirv il llltllllllllJII +++ ++ +++tZt + IIltlllt + t + w + ww I r GOINGSTANFORDl Having decided to move to Lexington and enlarge our business we will give one more Sl I G PEalCE SIEbefore we go That sale begins this morning and will continue until we pack our things to depart which will be only a few days You cant afford to miss the BARGAINS we are offering and if you want goods DIRT CHEAP now is your time to buy We had rather give our friends in and around Stanford goods at less than actual costthan io move them So it is up to you to supply yourself now Dont delay but come at once and load up You have the money and we have the goodsit wont take us long to trade o 1Cottonn and Calicoes all grades and IJ all brands will go at Cloths worth S l3c 10c and IiOutingper yard Goods worth 30c dOc and tDress yard goes at only IC RGSENSTEIN GO Stanford Ky 4EINTERlORJOURNAL E c WALTONI THOMAS D NEWLAND SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Itli action of the democratic putt l GEO W DE BORD It a caoaldte for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tea action of the democratic party ktTJEFF HILL SR Sheriff of Lincoln county subject i la the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Ie candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject t- ate action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Iacandidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the Democratic party I JAMES CHAYS la a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the 4e ocratlc party WIHERRINI la a candidate for Jailer subject to Ibe action of the i fBOcratlc partII SAMUEL M Iacandidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject r to tie action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT II a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools h of Lincoln County subject to tM of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo t cratic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G sub f led to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited S R C WARREN t Is a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES ANDERSON r Is a candidate forAssessor of Lincoln county sub ject to toe action of the democratic party A GLIMPSE at tbo present Legisla ture would sot Impress the onlooker favorably but the body Ie about up to the average we are told Noticeable to UI was the abfooco of middle aged men Tbe majority of the members are young fallows barely out of their 208 1while moat 01 the remainder are old men Representative Pride of Union county bear the distinction of being tbe youngest member and Senator Bur dam of MadUon the oldest The for mer la 24 and the latter 8Ia difference In ages of 00 years HeQIn of Fleming la tbe smallest member neigh fog probably leas than 100 pounds Sen ator Carroll who tips the beam at close j to 300 Is the largest aud Senator Go rio atandlng olx feet six ia the talleet R W Miller of Madleoo Is conceded to be the handsomest man In the House and also the orator of that body Col arEH Taylor of Frankfort la the best dresser la the ugly mans race there are several entries but the writer thinks Pike countys repreeentatlveMr Hampton should wear tbe blue ribbon lions Gooob nf Simpson county and a Kennedy of Booae the latter the lath er of Mrs Rev O M Huey of this place are neck and neck In the posses elon of this worlds goods while Mr Alvereon of this place and Billy Klalr of Lexington are rivals for first place la the bald headed ring The king of the Senate Bon J Campbell Cantrlll Us rather an ordinary looking man but be la not ordinary by a jug full On the contrary be la exceedingly extra ordinary In short be la the whole Sen ate and when be espouse a cause It lea good as carried Ho Is a eon of Judge James E Cantrlll and Is a candidate f for Congress ID tbe Seventh district An antlMormoa party la being form ed In Utah 4c per yd fie per yd 15c per yd TOE Legislature adjourn today atd If Representative J M Alvereon ll not met with tbe plaudit IIwel1 done wnen ho returns home It will not be be cause he has not tried to servo bia constituency He has misted only one day of the 60 day session has voted on measures as he deemed right and pleas ing to the people he represented and has used hla every energy to bring about legislation teat would help tbeI masses His Vagrancy Bill which has passed both Houses la a splendid meas ure and If Gov Beckbam does not affix his signature to It many admiring friends of the chief executive will bo disappointed at bia action That Mr Alversoo has made a good Impression at Frankfort and stands well with hla colleagues no pereon who baa visited Frankfort during the present term will deny The writer was tbero Friday and was delighted to find that bit friend and fellow worker was not only one of the moat popular Representa Lives In the House but one of the hardest workers as well Senator E H Taylor one of the old members of the Senate and a resident of Frankfort said nf him Lincoln conty has sent a good man to represent her and her In terests will not be neglected as long as Alverson holds office Others were equally as complimentary of the young man and the writer was a most Inter ested listener to the good things said about the active member from tbe grand old county of Lincoln THERE la a probability that frienda of Caleb Powers may soonmake an ap peal to Gov Beckhtni to commute bia death sentence to life Imprisonment A petition la now circulating In the eastern part of the State says a die patcb We predict It will be a case of loves labor lost The governor real- Ize that Powers has had three fair and Impartial trials aud he has no desire to undo what the court has done THE Day bill to prohibit tbe co edu cation of the races In Kentucky only needs the governors signature to make It a law which will be given It la due season The bill Is aimed at Berea College which has long been a Stench and an eve Pore to the people of tbe State and the sooner It moves to Ohio or some other Negro equality State or complies with the new law the better I TOE price of radium la now 812000 000 a pound an Increase of 4200000 a pound la two days What a good thing It Is that newspaper men do not have to use a great deal of the precious stuff CHURCH MATTERS The members of the Presbyterian church have called Rev Gilbert Glass of Glasgow to the pastorate ol that church Rev Edgar Fogle of Georgetown has been extended a unanimous call to become pastor of Hlllaboro Baptist church In Woodford Rev Henry Eaten Spears rector of Trinity church Danville has been ap pointed by the Bishop jolntrector with St Philips church at Harrodsburg Rather than countenance la church membership a man engaged In tbe li quor business the Rev Edwin Martin assistant pastor of a Congregational church at Brooklyn has handed In bis resignation Two deacons may also re sign Rev W S Grlnstead of Fleming burg is spending several days with his daughter Mrs Jas H Turner at Am brose The many friends of Rev Grlnstead will regret to learn that be la on the verge of a physical break down and do hope that his recreation while In this coUnty may restore him to his usual good health again He le- one of thejmoat active and consecrated cooferenceleeaamine = 0 Table Lines worth 30c 10c and 50c per yard go for Five Hundred yairs of Mens Shoes worth from 125 to 200 go for Laces all widths from 2c Ito 5c per yard of other articles will bo sold at Sacrifice prices t POLITICAL Representative George W Croft of South Carolina died la Washington Senator A P Gorman of Maryland has just celebrated his 65th birthday The Kentucky House passed the Senate bill making chickenstealing a felonyCharles H Robb oMVermont was selected as Assistant Attorney General to succeed Beory M Hoyt Fully 400 of the bills Introduced In the Kentucky House at this session are dead because of nooactlon Ohio republicans In Washington real chagrined over tbe Springfield race war but have nothing to say Gov Beckbam vetoed the Boolea Senate bill placing the assessment of railroad bridges ID the hands of tbe State Railroad Commission Tbe Kentucky Senate pasted oho bill prohibiting the co education of the races In tbe State and it Is now reedy to be signed by tbe Governor Under tbe rule of tbe committee there being no other candidate Con giesaman D H Smith has been de clared the Democratic nominee for reelection inthe Fourth district Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas declared himself unequivocally against W R Hearst for the democratic noml nation for president He passed through Louisville on hie way home after buy Ing another farm In Lexington The fight la the State democratic convention In June between the friends of the Hon J N Keboe and Judge Lewis McQuowo for the chairmanship of the State Central and Executive Committees promises to be a formida ble one A former Government attorney told the Smoot committee ol the struggle Moses Thatcher a Mormon apostle made to be elected United States Sen ator and of bis defeat because be bad not obtained tbe consent of the church He said Mormon apostles pretended to obey tbo laws while they practiced polygamy In secret Following tbe passage of the Day bill in tbe Senate prohibiting theco educa Lion of blacks and whites In Kentucky was the announcement made by Sena tor Burnam that be proposed to take the measure before the United States supreme court He declares that be believes It to be unconstitutional and hopes to defeat Its purposes by having the republican highest tribunal so pronounce It 2212 per yd 85c per pr Thousands Tbe House at Frankfort coccurred In the Senate bill returning to the viva voce system of voting by a vote of 65 to 18- Lieut Gar Tborne was stricken with acute Indigestion on the train and was removed to hIs home at Eminence He was better at last accounts Former Assistant United States Dla trlct Attorney Hllea told the Senate Elections Committee that Reed Smoot could not have been elected to the Senate without having been chosen aa apostle of tbo Mormon Church and that having been chosen an apostle bo could not have been defeated By a vote of 17 to 18 tbe Kentucky Senate defeated the bill to repeal the 115000 annual appropriation for a State fair Tbe House patted In an amended form tbo Senate bill provld lag for two assistants to the Attorney General at a salary of 13000 and 12000 respectively and a clerk at a salary of 81200 Peter Nlederroejor one of the car barn bandits cunvlcted In Chicago aaya he has killed 23 men one roan for every year of his life Nledermeyer refuses to make a confession unless apart of the reward fund Is paid over to his mother by the police Guttave Marx another of the convicted men says ho remembers to have killed eight men and la able to give particulars which Indicate that his story may be trueThe churches of Ml Sterling art to take a church census of that city Tbe object la to find out the number of church people there T J HILL Sit sold to C P Brown a three yearold mare for 1125 Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him atd a terrible cough set in beside Doctors treated him but he gYe r worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know Its the only sure cure for Coughs Cold and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist Price 50c and 81 Trial bottles free f JOHN THOMPSONS showAround the World ID 80 Minutes has been booked for May 7 THE Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY ANNOUNCES A FULL LINE OF Spring Summer Goods I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THEIR MILLINERY OPENING O- NAprilMarch 31and 1 WILL BE THE EVENT OF THE SEASON TO WHICH ALL ARE IN ITEDI D r 11c t = 7 n Five Hundred pairs of liens Shoos worth 125 to 200 all go at liens Clothing worth 700 HOO 900 and 1000 go in this sale for Mens Suits worth 1200 13 00 1100 and S1500 go at only s1ooAI Sioo5O 1 1 m t Larger and Better Our lino is larger and letter thiiscnKin titan over before Wo are showing the newest Wool Drcea Goods such OB Mohair Volo Ktaniioco Iloruupuns and Sorgo Inlhl newest nbadfi Our lino of Silks are tho host 10110 bOltruh Silk 27 inches wide all colors 60 cents per yard 10 Ineh Taffeta all colors 80 oonta per yard Plan lino of yon wide Pcaii dc Solr and Cliantunga TnfTomiLadies Muslin Underwear A largo stoolc s trimmed nicely from 10 cunts to 1 garment e- We t arc showing n large and well eoleatcd line di Corsets Wash Goods White Goods Peroalo CuovloU Tmvol Notions lions Furnishings Hate Etc OIVBLBY BLOCK WATCH QUit AnsIGRAND LEADER M Be Leiy O Co S B Levy 1 a Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps Few left from Xmas at very low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO SPRING CLOTHING 1 r I I Wo arc now showing n complete lino of Mens Clothing from tbo best manufacturers in the country All have the uonbrcakablc fronts and ore tailored just as well as the Merchant Tailors gooodlltAlso a fine line ot Youths anti Childrens goodeWe invite all in needof goods to come and see our line We take pleasure in showing our goods V W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky l ALL WOQL INGRAINS F1Vehave a good range of patterns in heavy nil wool carpels nt bOo and up These goods ore pure wool no juto or crow hnirs in those Wo have nice ingrain hall patterns with stair f match tCOTTON CHAIN INGRAINS Thoro is no bettor wearing goods than thaso tinny preferring thorn to tho nil wool on account of tho wearing qualities Oood rnngo of patterns and prices i MATTINGS 100 rolls of new clean goods in tho new patterns at lOo to 10o per yard f Carson Room foTHE INTERIORIIDVRNAI BTAKFORD KY MAR 15 1001 DlllNO your prescription to us Our check back method of filling them I excludes all pomlbllltlc of an error We promise to fill them correctly and to use the very beat of material or we will not fill them at all Penny Drug Store I PERSONALS SUIT SINGLETON is tick MR H J MCROHERTS It down with grip C C CARSON of Liberty was here I yesterday 1f THERE are four case of moasle at M F Lawreoce I + 8 D EADBof Wayne county I with CiI father JD Eids A LITTLE dsughter has arrived at t the home ef J M Lair Tne condition of Col W G Welch 1 1s considered Improved JUDGE M 0 SAUPLRY and W S Burch are In Frankfort Miss SARA DUNK ii visiting Miss Lettle Warren in Doyle Miss CLYDE CABS of Drodbead was with Miss Hallle Nevlus- MR J T BLANKENBIIUN of Oar bourvllle was hero yesterday MR J D WltlQUT ol Parktvllle was a caler at this office yesterday i Euatu 000011 of the Duck Creek sectloc Is very III with rheumatism I MR J IV MOUNT and wife of Cov ington are at Mr U J McRoberU MRS 0 V TOCICBR of Taylorvllle li with her sitter Mrs E H Deazley- JAURS LIVINGSTON who hat been very 111 of typhoid fever U improving Miss NANCY WITHERSPOON of liar KxJiburjr Is with Mist Mary Hundley t Miss LUCILLE COOPHU of Danville spent Saturday with her parent hero MRS W O SHANKS continue very low with only a slight hope of recov ery MRS SALLIE SHIPUAN of Huston vllle spent yesterday with Mr W O I SpeedMESSRS D P BUBDBTT and M F Rout of Garrard were court day call oryesterdayMESDAMKS J M RAINKS and Nan ole Rawllngs of Marlon connty were guests of Mn W D Jarvl SAUFLEY HOOIIES of Lancaster f was here Sunday en route to see his sweetheart In the mountains ClllKK W LOGAN WOOD and hand some wife of Danville pent Sunday the latter parent hero t twltb J G FRITH and ton James B McCreary Frith of Drodhead were guests at Dr W D OBannon MRS JOHN P JONES Is In Cincinna ti at the bedside of bet brother Mr W O Elliott who la ill of pneumonia Miss LUOY MASSEY left Sunday for Bowling Green where bo will tako a course In trio Cherry Normal College FELIX B TWIDWELL formerly of Hustonvllle U now traveling out of Clarksburg W Va for the R J R Tobacco Co MR JAMES ROY for many years agent for the Q C at Klngivlllo and later at Frankfort has been glvep the agbnoy at Jolllco Miss MAUDE LAMMERSON trImmer I for Mrs Cleo Brown arrived Saturday l from Van Win 0 and begun her work yesterday morning A LITTLE daughter has arrived at the homo of Mr and Mr Vincent Ar nold of Mlddlesboro The mother was Miss Florence Duro lido of Garrard r Miss MINNIE SINE did not wise a slnglo rollcall of tbo Presbyterian Sunday school last year and the officers have presented her with a beautiful certificate of her prompt attendance MR JAMES E BRUCE who bal been IlJk for tome time was well enough to come to town Thursday and pay for his paper Mr Bruce Is ono of the I Jt beltfrlepdi as well ai promptest pay tog subscribers MESSRS W C McCHORD G L Hayden and n D McElroy of Spring Odd were here Thursday and Friday I inspecting the Ice plant with a view to putting in a similar one at their town Mr MoElroy It superintendent ol the electric light plant at Springfield LOCALS PLYMOUTU Rock eggs at f0o per set ting C O Withers 2t OUR line of Queoniware U about complete Call and tee It Geo H Farris di Co Jrt Foun refrigerators for sale cheap IJT Joaoi WE expertggrpainter at work Call and tee him Cariqn d Pence 2t SECOND crop aced Irish potatoes end pie plant root for tale John Christ man Stanford NINETY styles tmercerized waist toga 60 and 05o a yard at the Grand Leader only 20o WITHERS FUIINITCRE CO will laro you moneywbcn you are ready for now carpets matting Ac YOUR attention it called to the ad of A 0 Robertson tt Bro the Dan yule dry good dealers ITS a big iblng to buy worth of white mercerized walitleg for87o Tbl week only Grand Leader SIRING haint arrived yet Thor mometer registered 30 this morning and snow covert the ground LADIES suite a specialty this week Let ui show you whether you want to buy or not Severance fe Son AN eight month s oldsouof Dawion Barnelt of Rowland died of pneumo ala Saturday and was burled Sunday WHILE MiUtlng MrtiV Coffey dehorn cattle Saturday Mr John L Dealt had ooo of his band badly hurt OU thumb was nearly cutoff No 20 the Loimvlllo bound passenger train due bore at 230 A II was delayed six hour by it alight freight wreck at Maretiburg Sunday OUR patron are requested to tend ui money Instead of stamps when the amount due is as much ai tl A paper bill placed in a plainly directed envel op will reach us and proper credit will be given WILLIAM NEWOOMH who wounded by officer near Somerset when An tel Wilson was killed was captured In a barn near Ml Vernon and lodged In jll It le alleged that both men had been stealing bone In Eastern Ken Lucky for omo time T NATURAL GASSberllf M 9 Daugh man la haying pipes laid from tbo gas well on his farm to his residence and will use natural gas both for beating and Illuminating purpose He hu had an expert mike a Last of the supply of gas which was found to bo abundant IN the county court yesterday the will of Mm Catherine Cowan was of fered for probate but was continued on account of an absent witness It leave her property to her sister Mary Amp Salter will giving his small estate to his wife was probated This was the extent of the business done MR A 0 CONNETT of Cincinnati who li employed by Paxton Rros ft Co dlitlllen has just completed a run at Traylor distillery of about 1000 dozen of bqndcd bottling goods and will soon take up another run of about 1600 dozen Mr Connett and his six assistants completed the first named number In about seven days and estimate that they will finish up the second job In two week This Is considered by ex peril as very rapid work CAUOHT Sorao tlmo ago Joe Hay den a Negro grabbed a watch and chain from the pocket of a passenger ai ha stepped from the night train at the depot hero and made his escape Sheriff Uaughman has been on the lookout for Hayden since then and last week located him In Louisville Ho had hit man shadowed by detectives and after a considerable chase bo was caught and Jailed Sheriff Daughman went to Louisville Friday and returned with Hoyden who Is now under the watchcaro of Jailer Herrln LATER Hayden gave bond in A200 ACQUITTED Tbo examining trial Wm Lair marshal of Hustonvllle for killing Ansel Wilson an alleged horse thief near Somerset last week was held before County Judge Cooper and the defendant acquitted It was clear ly proved that the deceased had com muted a felony The defendant stated that ho did not shoot to hit but to scare the party Into submission The court held that tho statute gave to the pri vate citizen the same right to make an arrest of a felon that is given an officer and consequently the right to use force necessary to make the arrest oven to taking the life of the fellow inflight CARPETSWo dont think we have committed any crime by going into tho carpet business Our second floor is full of the choicest lino of Carpets in tho roll It was only after tho continued demand for carpets in tho tollas they always cost loss for same quality that wo concluded to put in a first class stock of carpets oilcloths mattings and rugs Wo havo now for your inspection tho largest variety of patterns and prices we have over shown Wo soil those goods on their merits and you will find them to bea8 repro sentedre know an all woolcarpet when wo sec it anti sell tho very best brands to be obtained even if not as profitable as soiling goods that are litI tlo known LET Frank Itiebarde shoo your horse or do any other kind of btackitnllhlng you want dona a Tile Maccabeo Tent at Junction Olty will glue an Old Fiddles contest there on Friday night March 25 Tim roll of honor of the Stanford Graded School was crowded out this te sue but will appear Friday FlHST day 40 pattern of that 60 and 05o white walstlng void Price le tbe charm 29c yard Grand Leader J O MoCLARY Is receiving a large stock of wagon harness plow harness buggy harness etc Call and see It LET ui show you ttomciblug entirely new in Rustle Jardonlres Pedalettc und Umbrella stands John P Jones WHEN In Crab Orchard let James J Mack the artistic barber give you a stylish hair cut or a smooth shave He can do Ic- PERSONS og put on granite monument will kindly leave their order In the next 30 dabs T J Toter MoKlnney JESSE MABSEY who wastnrownform hit buggy In a runaway the otbor day and considerably hurt le doing nicely Ho bad a narrow escape FRIENDS hero of the late Mr L C Carpenter of Bustonvllle sorrow at his death sad sympathize with the wid ow and daughters In their great loss MRS GEOKOE MARTINhas made ap plication for tbo pwtofflce at Hauflev Dr Morris having sold his storo there doe not care to bother with the office longer Till Withers Furniture Co will cut all Ingrain Brussels Axmloilcr and Velvet Carpets without waste In that case you only pay for the number of yards necessary to cover floor pace A BEAUTIFUL ample fMlsa Char lotte L Warren work of art adorn ono of the windows of Penny Drug- Store It is a most creditable piece of painting and shows tbe true artist Miss Warren Is AS administrator of J H Murphy T F Murphy will sell at public sale on Wednesday 10th at his late homo near Power Casey county a lot of mule cattle hogs farming Implement corn etc See ad THE member oftheChristian chimb voted Sunday to tender Bro Darnel the ute of their church during hit meeting here Tbe motion was made by Eld Joseph Dallou and sec loaded by Mr John H Englcman WILLIE six months old ion of Mr laud Mu V A Lear of Oaraard died Sunday morning and was burled In the Lancaster cemetery at 230 yesterday afternoon Deceased was a nephew of Mrs James A Dudderar of this place DEAR In mind that fire Barnes the good evangelist wlllbcgln a weeks meeting at the courthouse at 7 oclock tonight This will probably be his last visit to Stanford and It le hoped that largo audiences will hear his every sermon RAMSEY Galeman P Ramsey aged 05 died In Lexington Friday Ho formerly lived In this county where he married a Mil Owiley who with three daughters survive him Mr Ramsey was for a while associated with Mr A M Pence of this place In tbo trading business TmmiLE Elizabeth Triable the beautiful little daughter of Mr and Mr W A Trlbble died yesterday morning of pneumonia and will be burled In Buffalo Cemetery after services by Rev J W Hagln at the home at 230 this afternoon The parents arc almost crushed at the lose of their little all things well comfort them In their distress DEMOCRATS of t and coun ties of the Eighth district are making a move to kayo Hon R T Evans of Doyle placed on the State Central Committee as successor of Col J P Chlnn Daqvllle Advocate It would bo hard to find a more elegant gentleman or ono batter suited for the place than Mr Evans He has ability Urns and means Is fair and honorable In hit dealings with his fellow man and would make an Ideal commltteeman s Street car traBlc at Chicago le badly crippled by snow The report that Port Arthur hasbeen abaodoued by the Russians Is strongly denied at St Puiersounr In a sermon In a Negro church a preacher In Brooklyn urged the em ployment of the torch and the bullet by tbe Negro to defend his rlirbti PARKERS HAIR BALSAM bau hisIVnmoOf IUlun Slama Cum dlM x a but tilling vanII bra Dro d WAGONS WAGOMS We have Just received a car load of Old Hickory wson Come in and buy ono at Hock Bottom Prices L O GOOOn Ac SON- Waynesburg Ky FOR SALEI A lot of wlro fence posts and stakes on Stanford and Otterhelm pike- WIITES DAVIS A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky mnn MettotMTU lyre Store in Ibt Owslq Rundle Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best m rket price tor your Poultry Eggs Feather Iron Brass Etc Call at- NORTdCOTT k THOMAS StanfordKy ONe WEEK MARCH 1419 new line ot Carpet Matting Rugs Lice Curtains Window Kbaden and everything in the furniture line Having a new mitre box aida nice lino of picture moldings we will take orders for picture frame Eta- PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS MORELAND KY FOR SALE Ten acres of land a two tory front seven room cottage The houso U new As did garden and orchard Tbero li a Fargo mill on the place a good crusher and the dam U In good repair and the natural power U great economy In running tho mill Does a splendid builncu Everything la In good repair hat all necensay outbuilding Tbe owners only reason for selling li the rush of other business as be has extensive farming Interest to look after This prop erty Is ou the uanglng Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a Por further particular uddrois BO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R IIcaiiEH Stanford Ky WE WILL BE OPEN FOR IIU8INE8S THURSDAY MAROII nthIElrods Art Oallery of Louisville Ky will bo hero for a SHORT TIME ONLY Expert photraIlhers of gables and Child ren Little Jewels and ono Dutton Photo 3Sc Six Elegant Card Photos SOc and 75c Six Fine Panel Photos Dec Superior Cabinet Photos 1200 to SI 00 a dozen Everything finished bv the PERMANENT PLATINO PROCESS and warranted not to cadetYou are In Vtted to call Thursday tho 17th and after and inspect our elegant samples lit Update to Photos Buttons Medallions Etc ELMORE BUILDING MAIN 8TREET STANFORD KY SHORT TIME ONLY Public Sill Fine Suburban Home Near Danville I will eell at public auction on tho preml sea on THURSDAY APRIL 7TII 1901 At 3 oclock PI my home place situated In Doyle county Ky about H mile from town of Danville on Pleasant 11 111 turnpike The place contains 38 acres of fine land all In grass except the garden and Is well watered by a ranch and a never tailing spring from which water It piped to tbe dairy and to troughs There Is on tho place a frame dwelling house of eight rooms ser vans room carriage hnuioo large barn and other houses and Is unusually well supplied with large and small fruit grapee and berries Oonsldering the neighborhood and proximity to town of Dinvlllo It U a fine for any one wanting a bright and cheerful suburban hpmo end Is unusually well arranged and located for a frult dalry andgarden term Tciius or BALK Onefourth cash and balance In 11 and 3 with Interest from day of sale payable semiannually Will be toshow place to any ono or MASv1S Fox- Daavllie Ky RUGS- All sizes and prices from the Jute rugs for mattings to tho finest Moquettes i Wo have some good hall apt stair patterns OIL CLOTHSIn 2 yards wide and at right prices STAIR At 15c 25c 35c and GOo SAMPLE LINEI- ni addition to our largo stock we strew a wimple lino of Brus sols Velvets Moquettes and Ingrains SEVERAr cr SOtrSTORES ymf cryIrur OPENINGFOR 1904I tnler1talo slveinformatlonbyletter BRUSSELS CARPETS TWO Inscriptions Terms Cash uu Leak Room I Correct Styles for Spring 1 I Wo await your examination of our Spring Showings of 7ffns and yjout you desire your apparel to bear dis tinction and original Up to date style tailoring and fit by all means see our garment portrays that vital element of style characteristic of the best custom tailoring having been made in strict accordance with sped fications furnished by us Payus a visit if only to look Smart Sack I Cummins a McClary fOR SALE Residence with five rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen house stable and buggy shed with 5 12 acres of land on Danville street 34of a mile from court house just outside of town limits and within 400 yards of graded school For apply to HJMRoberts W I H MM 3 141+H1 ++414 Ih 1 i- la aaies seeIj Itfe cordially invite you to call and our line ofCeramic ardinars jfiso tho cheaper ones jfll just in Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky t 1i t+ III 101 01 + Jot i II Jo II J II +111111111111111 tI dthFadF 300 Square Feet Jt4ienab4If suitsEvery information two coats to the gallon thats what THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BY W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky r r I lEJHTKHlQR JOURNAL fiend n the post opiee at Stanford at lastalter rllahtwlTud e DcS dV8- AT 3 PER YEAR CASH s chin sot opttdnaOO will b obsrt4 II I I KNOXVILLE DIVISION 14 Train folnf North IM p m II 280 a III oSIIII II South No2 II 113ipm BOB QUIS 66749 AJee I will stand tho above splendid Jersey near water at llftfl In advanccf Return privileges permitted 4 B CAMENISOII Stanford Ky J H BOONE t CO Proprlotors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at tleasonable RatesI Call on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale wlllhell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine boiler All In good repair Will sell nt a bargain to closo up business Will tako part pay In lumber 1owiLL SWEEKEV Stanford Ky Qafl Traylor DKAtIR III wnisk Brandu Winos Beer Gloars Etc KYClose0 Prompt arid polite attention Nothing but the bel to drink AU1I phone cr telegraph orders receive prompt attention u CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY C Jds Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call j LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farina will do well to see us WII have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms forsale and will be pleased to show anyone what WII have It you to hell place It In our hand Office at Doonea Livery Stable Stanford Ky II RI B Muony Insurance f fluent Solicits u share of the patronage of the property owners counties of incoln and- cassywhomay be seeking insurance against Kirc Lightning and Tornado None but tho and best OldLine om paniea represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kent- uckyLIVR TROUBLESP mjr on tlOO with doctor ItlsaUthernrd Icino I tskeMn8 AROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Vs If your liver does not act regularly go to your dru secure a of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dose constipatebowehi and cause a healthy secretion of bile Thwlfordn Black Draught will clftinse the Impurities and strengthen the kid new A invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all wanner of sick new and contagion Weak kid neys Drights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent puckage of Thedfords Black keptin3Droughtforliver mack and kidney coin ese11tW1LLIAA1blehead 1- 11THEDFORDS g DLAUtPRAUGtL I UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as now for a amount I can Qx your umbrella bettor than tho tramp repairers and for less money Olyo me a trial FRANK ATKIHB Stanford Id W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoShoors West Main Street Stanford Kontuoky ReA JONeS DENTIST Stanford ray Offlc over Higglne AMcKlnnoya Story Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess sional bills due when services are rendered and must oa paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES W BumtE sm Prom JUNCTION CITY w KY S rirstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike 2S mile from Iluitonvlllo It Is all grass and the land is fertile and in good shape It has on It a good bousr of 7 room a tenant boss two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W Rlffe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P RICe Huston vllle Ky T J La Beazley COJ Undortqkors nnd- Embalmers ALSO DULaastt FurniturMattingeRug they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right iTANFOED KENTUCKY JGfYJceJiJARY UNDBBTAKBB EMBALMER And Doalear In SASZTZS3 SADDL3SBT ftO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK TJpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ey elegantlyP 0 Agency for first alaae Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business BO IWtcd ratienN tAalf + iMkkAa z OTTEN HElM Mrs Epbrulm James is very low with consumption Wm Dyebouso has just finished an other set ot switch ties RId John Long will preach at Pine Grove next Saturday night and Sun dayLeslie Tucker who has a position on the Pennsylvania railroad Is home on a visit Joseph Coleman Is building on tho old foundation where his former house wee burned Prospects are Rood for another wed ding with us but we Bro not allowed to tell at this writing Getting ready to pant potatoes It tho chief talk now J Landgraf planted a patch several days ago Willie and Cradle Tucker eons of W T Tucker are attending the Ot tenheimGerman school welch Is going on at this place Some scoundrel was trying to make a raid on Jack Manuels corn crib Tours day night but he with dog and gun chased them away Jack Manuel has been complaining of falling eyesight but nevertheless be was able to find a bee tree last week which he thinks is very rich Tom Terry Is working a crow of hands In W T Tuckers woods mak ing staves and headings He has purchased some timber from C M Jones John Wentzle has gotten In a new stock of goods and is still as clever and Jovial as ever and after entering bis store one can hardly leave without pur chasing something As a clever man and a gentleman we believe there could be no nicer man nominated for assessor than Mr J D Anderson We are personally Inform ed that every democrat will stick to him to a mao G A Pleasant tells us that their entire family are victims of the grip Wm Dyebouse is suffering with a sprained ankle An eight pound boy has arrived at Thomas Mallards much to bis delight Garland James and his sons Cyrus and Henry are preparing to put In a tobacco crop on W T Tuckers farm This will be a novelty to some of the cltllzens as It will be the first crop of tobacco raised In this community We are made to wonder and are much astonished why tho Ginseng plant has not been cultivated sooner as we learn it Is best adapted to the shade We have some individuals who can not stand the suns penetrating rays rResolutions of Respect Whereat it has pleated the Supremo Architect of the Universe In nil alU wise providence take from us our dear brother Andrew Whitley Buch anan Crab Orchard Lodge No 030 has lost one of Its moil faithful and sincere members his mother a true and devoted son his community an honorable and upright citizen his country a loyal man He bad been a Mason since August 1002 He died Feb 22 1004 aged 27 year was later red OD the 23rd with tbe usual cere monies RESOLVED that we extend to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy and mutually mourn with them In the deep loss we have all sustained RESOLVED that we wear tbe usual badge of mourning 30 days RESOLVED that we have these reio lutloDK spread upon our records and published In our county paper and a copy sent to the family of our deceased brotherW Wallln Geo W Dobord I Cbs Redd committee I Proper Treatment of Pneumo nia Pneumonia is too dangcrou a disease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although ho may havo the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and by the proper tieatment of these diseases a threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded Oat There is no question whatever about this as during the 50 years and more that Cham berlalns Cough Itemedy has been used we have yet to learn of a single case of a cold or attack of tbe grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used IUs also used Ijy physicians in tbe treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of It I have been tolling Coam berlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumonia and havo always gotten the best results Sold by W N Craig 3005 ROUND TIUlVla Queen tL Crescent Route from Clncldnatl Juno tion City and intermediate points to till points in Texas oast of San Antonia Houston Fort Worth Galveston Ama rilla Quanah Vernon Drownwood Brady Rockport San Angelo WacoI Corpus Christi Alice Kerrvllle andI all points In Indlan andOklahonia Territories Tickets on sale Match 1 and 15 good 21 days Stopping prlvlleRelI For Information address G E Clarke TP A Lexington Kior W O Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O The UruguayIs dead ai irx+ a13 HYOMEI A RECORD BREAKER Novel Method of Curing Ca tarrh Sold on Approv al by Penny The popularity and remarkable sales of Ilyomei have broken all records In nearly every city and town in the coun try this guaranteed cure for catarrh has given moat astonishing results The leading diugglsts are so enthusias tic over the remarkable i eiccntnio of cures following tbd use of Ilyomei that with hardly an exception they advertise to their customers that Jlyomol will bo sold with the understanding that It costs nothing unless it cures In Stanford G L Penny Is endorsing it and guatanteclng to refund tbe money unless llyomel curve catarrh lie has sold n great many llyomel outfits and to day no other treatment for tho cure of catarrh has as many friends in Stanford and vicinity as Ilyomei It is a scientific yet common sense method of treating and curing this too common disease It sends by direct in halation to every cell ot the air passages in the head throat and lungs a balsamic air that destroys all catarrhal germs pu rIBes the blood with additional ozone and makes a couplet and lasting cute of any catarrhal troubl The complete outfit costs but 1 and Includes an inhaler medicine dropper and sufficient llyomel for several weeks treatment You take no risk In buying llyomel Penny positively guarantees to refund your money unless It cures To The Voters of tho Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit Judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time At judge ol the State fUoal court it fell to my lot to construe tbs Statutes adopt od to put In force the provisions of tbe now constitution as well as to construe tbe present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable oases have burdened the dockets pf my court toueblng the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under tbe law How well I have discharged mv duties under such Irving clroumtlances Is left to you to determine- I will be very grateful to all who feel they oan assist me to secure the high position aid oflleo to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMBS E CANTRILL Ton Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL passed Its 31st mile stone on Mareh 1 During these years Editor B C Wal ton claims to have not missed more than half a dozen Issues during thn 81 holidays that have come and gone since lu existence This is Indeed a remark able record and one of which few week ly or semiweekly paper oan boast The JOURNAL has since Cot W PI Walton now editor of the Lexington Democrat took charge a score and a half years ago been at the head of tbe procession of Kentuckys leading weekly paper May the present editor live to chronicle many anniversaries yet to come Richmond Climax If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach ute Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For Sale by W N Craig The INTERIOR JOURNAL of Stanford Is celebrating her tilL birthday but there are no wrinkles on her or Bro Walton Harrodsburg Democrat Jesse W Sweeney mOPKIICTOH Livory Food and Salo Static Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared tot Up to date rigs at rcsnonablojrates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Iroprl6tcrIElectric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Minagtmtnt Rob the favorite porter meets an trains Lire WtilHghted Sample Room Administrators Sale I As administrator of tbe estate ft J H Murphy deceased I will at his late rest dence near iowors Casey county Ky on- WEDNEmAYMAUOIIIGIOOI Publicly otTer for sale tho personal property belonging to the estate consisting In part of nine of weanling mules one 2 yuar old mule ono bay horse four years old one cow three calves six 100lb shoat sow and pigs one buggy and harness ono road cart two E horse wagons frame and bed for same and wagon harness halfiatercit In mower and rake some plows and farming tools 15 or 20 barrels ot corn Sale will be at 10 JI shar- pTermll0and cash In hand ex this mm a credit of six months with approved personal security before the property from promises T F Mourn Administrator J= irJt till Raincoat RemarksI i The right time to buy your Raincoat is before it rains a fIAnd if you didnt do it you understand its going to rain again The right Raincoat to buy is the II StC M Uuincollt They answer for a Spring Overcoat in nice weather Wo have just received some now ones Come and see them onaaotoar T Oa MILLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE FARMERS WK 1IAVK A OOOD STOCK OV I Northern White Seed Oats and Tim I othy Seed Blue Grass and RedTop also a stock of homegrown Orcnard Grass Our profits on tho above seeds nro small and wo are compelled tp have tho Spot Cash when you get the seed Please do nut ask us to ticket Field SeedsIniiasn Oaf HigginsMKinney t STANFORD KENTUCKY it FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that con turn out SItOOO worth of lIAAELDI S PATENT FILTERS per year Call awl examine those fillers nml you will be convinced that they are the host thing mndo in the wily of a filter Wo have Iwo dreds of taatimoniah to that olRKSt Glvo mo your onlor now BO m to catch tho spring ruins JS Hoofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything CHJ tlmtjoomos in tho lino ol Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of 1111p kinds Call up No 116 SeH ALDRIDGEIlDepot Street Stanford Ky 1 FISHING TACKLE 1I t Moro complete lino this swing than ever hcrorofHooks Kirby Limerick and Snock Keols from BOc to UlSO Lines from b cents to 100 Poles 5 cent reeds and jointed difHront priceS I Minnow buckets Minnow Seines Sinkers Corks and Fiih Strings of each of these wo have such an assortment that you cant help but i find what you want I Pennys Drug Store GO TO 1 s reB McRoberts9 y FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED T 11 BRUCE II n CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Depot Street STANTOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connections r aY Y y Mye MR ear 5iMiMMgM4Yb 1M1 Stanford f Ky DRUGGIST t STANFORD t 11I LANDRETHS 1GARDEN qWREADY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY II Stable B D Peyton DIALER IN 1 Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegsetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford f- R