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A SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 14 1902 3 P MAmfIn rNEWS NOTES I ptaIMr county Four ftoro and a saloon at IrvinG wore burglarized I A line how of oil was struck Ir threo f wells In Batb county VV K Kobard a veteran of the civil war Molded at Lexington Admiral Soule wus given a cordial welcome whan ho arrived at Savannah P Ga The Wbltky Trust reduced Its oapl tal meek from 1126000000 to 185000 000 Cbrlalopber Miller 00 year old committed tuloldo by hanging In Nlw YorkAmerican caplullit have acquired 6000 miles of canal In England nod In Kuropo C At Paris G Wright shot and killed r Thomm Duller In un altercation over a game of card Gas gaollno and oil Itovem lIre formed a comblnallon n Chicago wltb a capital of 15000000 Dr Jntnfl Hodman4 former aaperin Umdtat of the Wtttarn Asylum at HopklDtvllla It dud When Admiral Sohley vliltt KHOJC yule Tlnll Feb Ii he will bo preen4 cupII emclly tor tared la death a madlolne man at o xplatlon of tbe sini of the tribe Toe ilvy earold daughter of Prof John Goff was aooldentally shot aad killed by a Negro boy at Wlnobeitor Col William Lewis Waiblogtoo a gnat great graodnephew of Gen Goo Waiblogton U dead In Philadelphia The verJIot of three Lexington pbys lolani U that oxcoiMvo olgaretto ttaolc r log killed Gilbert Kibbler aged 30 that ally AIn i 1 jured Jennie Gagnon and then commit ted lulolde I Jim Mayci a Negro who had at tempted to assault a white girl wai taken from Jail at JprlolOeld by a mob zed hanged Iii said that Corbott FltMlmmoni Jeffries and MoCov will box at the In ternational tournament In London dur tag tae coronation Albert German ihortage with tho Third National Bank of Loulivllle U I now placed at 136000 and the incest gation Is not yet oomplcta Legislature of Kootuaky made In selecting James B Me for United States Senator trTbe NewtDemocrat Uvlllet new trust company will as the National Treat Com and Joshua D Powers the Ow banker has accepted the prci 1eMberojury trying Jim Howard nt Is made up of 11 farmer and agent Politically nine are democrat two are republican aDd nee a populist All tbe great railway systems of theI country and tbe great ocean tranipot tattoo lines under ono management II t said to be the ambition of the Hill Morgan Interest f John W Stark wan arrested at s Hlehmood Vn charged with eendlng t the president a vulgarly Intuiting anonymous letter about the time of the Becker Washington episode vl G D Wilson told to the C ft O Railroad Co 60 foot of ground on which the rear part of Horseman HoaJquar tore In Lexington nlandt for 30000 or at tbe rate of 352000 per acre A woman named Fitatlmmona ape plied to tho Brooklyn court for per mission to change her name for treason ha that the objects to bearing tho tame name at that of a notorious pUt Kittle character 1 H develops that Will Goddard of Loultvlllo who was killed by the die charge of a shotgun loft 35000 of In turanco all of tbo policies having betaken ole out during the put year father It the beneficiary The Morehead Normal College II to put In a broom factory In Iconnection with tbo school Riving poor i pupil an opportunity to work their way through college The new move iK meat Is meeting with hearty support Tho will of William C Blrtcll wealthy resident of Humboldt Neb who left all his money to be used 10I fighting Masonry and other secret or der has been sustained tho court rot it letting tbo Insanity theory net up by the heir Manager Charles Scott of tbo Lox ington Opera House who was petition ed bymembors of the Lexington Chap tor of the Daughters of the Confederacy to refrain from booking Uncle Toms Cabin answered the petition by stating that tbe civil war has bet enarc over about 30 years i Two of the Commonwealths Impor tant wltneaeca testified In the trialSJim Uoward at Frankfort Saturday They were Bowman Gaines and Den Rake aud both positively Identified prisoner as the man they saw run f the rear of tbe executive bulling after theUcsaitlnatlon of William Goobol l LANCASTER There were 63 burials In the Lancas MiaverageGrip In tbe gule of tomllltlfl and other forms of toro throat Is tarn prov allot In this oily and vicinity Mr Jones of the Hubble vicinity died after an illness of three weeks of typhoid fever The remains were In tarred In a prlvato burying ground of that station W U Cook bought 21 cattle of Rob ort Coon at 4c Jacob Robinson sold three cattle to Anderson ft Lawson at lo U D Aldrldgo told a butcher cow tnT9 BlklnatHJe Too Senior Croklnolo Club had an enjoyable social Thursday evening at the hospitable home of Dr and Mr 3eacey Tbe next meeting will behold Friday evening with Mr and Mr ltoborllKmbry Mr and Mr James It Beazley gave a dlnln Saturday In honor of Rider and Mre A It Moore Virgil Kin nalyd too of Dr and Alta J U Kin nalrd entertained a host of friends Saturday awning from 110 9 T S Elkln bought of Kufus Moe tone butcher huge at lo also a bunch from Uenry Cox at the tame figures sad soother lot from J Joteoh at Ilo also a btinub of butcher cattle Irons Uovalt Suddutb at from 21 to 30 Alter the emotion of ollyolUolalt au laauguratlon of tbe new members o tbe oily oounell Mayor Hobert Kin nalrd complimented the whole foree b a sumptuous dinner at tbe Oarrard Ho Vii under the supervision of Proprietor Long Mitt Mattlo Thompson who bits boon quit III Is reported m somewhat Im ofobeen 111 at Knoxvlllo for severs l month has ba6 a temporary change for the bettor but It still In a terlous condition The outlook for the wheat erop Is very dlcournglng to tbo farmers T sudden change the drouth of lea sal and the bard frouMS with no snow at tbe usual prolootlon have Injured the cereal to such an extent that a cone d erable thortago It feared The grocery stock of J H Payne bee been sold to John Jones of tbo West End aad the new proprietor hat taken charge with Miss Fannie AustI as clerk Mr Jones and family wil occupy tbe Judge Toiton bomettead and Mr Payne has gone to burl to reside Several entertainments con l tlng ohleflr of home talent are preparing for public exhibitions In tbe near future Tb Christian Bedeavor Sodat will add to lie coffer In this way aud It le rumored an entertainment will be given lo rain funds far a elty library A roost admirable public movement John T Johnston brother of aIr Wm McClelland Johnston has r oelved an appointment to a good tabI Lion In the revenue service at Day City Allah Mr Johnston left a few dos ago to Inter upon his pew duties young Mr Fay ne of this section bus also obtained a similar appointment Tbe Christian Bedeuor Society has elected Its new board of olUcors coo slating of Mlfea Mary Thompson president Bes lo Hence vise Ares dent VIctor Stone secretary Mrs Jennie Burnett cor seoy This so clety le lo a most flourishing condition having boon organized only last March and now has an enrollment of 00 memoI sere The people of the Paint Llckscctlon are much vexed over tbo failure of the contractors to complete tbe new bridge at that place Tho company has re cently written they could not got lb steel joists and did not know when 1 could be secured The Paint Lick peo pie are thriving villagers and It Is a pity their progress should be Impeded In this wept The Continental Kettle Drum a catchy little draua of colonial times will b j rendered hero at an early date entirely by home talent and promises to bo quite an attractive entertainment Miss Christine Bradley will take the chief role of Martha Washington and other colonial dames will be persona ed by some of Lancasters most charm iodiseaAtbbrook Frank of Lexington a son of tho late Elder Frank has been here with friends Mr and Mrs Taw Miller have moved from tbe Owl eY farm end aro occupying tho hou known as tbo Ferris placo Mr an Mrs C M Richardson and llltlo son of Somerset arc guests of Mrs James C Collier Tbo widow of the lato J U Woolford Is visiting her son Rev J E Woolford Lancaster people ae a usual thloIto the forefront and In the fore most ranks wherever they may beI found Don George T Farrls offered the first bill put before the Kentucky enate for consideration John Nor rte a Garrard boy has been made tier of bath legislative houses and V Dennyrom of has received a commission as 2d lieu tenant In the US Infantry Mrs Ballew of Rlobmond Is visiting her mother Ira Joseph Kranols Miss Uettle Sparks Is the truest of friends In ddlesboro Miss Olivia Sweeney Is home again alter A several weeks stay at St Joseph Hospital lo Lexing tonMrs Arthur Hubbard of Covln ton le tbo quest of Mrs John E Slormes Her and Mrs Henderson of Louis ville are visiting Rev Woollord Miss Pearl Bvrnslde of Stanford In with Miss Dovo Harris Mlts CbrUtlno Brad ley has had at bur guests Misses Che Carpcnter family of the Palct Llolc section have moved to the Owsley place on the now Danville roaJ Mr and Mr W tv boulekeoplnaIn lofts handsome now building Mr and Mrs W I Williams will occupy tbe new cottage on Water Street Brier Sketch of lion James B McCreary For 40 years James B MoCreary has clabe assisted In raiting tbe Iltb regiment for the Kentucky service- S A In this be was subsequently made lieutenant oolonel a rank be held at the close of the war He served with Tapnsaeote g and upper myAppomattox Uo entered polities In I860 being chosen to represent Madison county In the Kentucky Legislature and again t n 1871 and 1871 this honor was bestow il on him without opposition from hiD own party He so aequltted himself at tbo first senlon that at the two sue speakerInfor governor ho was opposed by one of Keni Tho republicans had as their toad date tbe Hon John M Harlannow ono of tbe justices of the supreme court the United States McCreary was elected by 37000 majority fitter re tiring from the executive oflloe ho was sleeted to the 40th Congress and was torIId yee House He was twins Its chairman He was also a member of the committee on Coinage Weights and Measures and tbe Worlds Fair and Private Land Claim He was the author of the bill adjudloale treaties between tbe United States and Mexico known as tbe Garden Trea Uldnlsgeo a bill welch provided for the IaaAraer loan Congresso thAe one of the five commlnsloners to rop rotent the United Stator In the national Monetary Conference In conference be distinguished himself bimetallleroIboth mill ta yenr8Oovphysical or mental vigor By his long experience political knowledge and acquirements bo bus thoroughly fitted hlmtelf to become tbe representative of Kentucky In tbe United States San ate Tbo U S Civil Service Commission plantii April to secure young men and woo men for the government service 9880I persons secured positions last year through these examinations Proba bly 10000 appointments will bo made this year All appointments urn for for life and for most positions only a common school education Is required ItSalaries at appointment vary from 8600 to 81200 a year with liberal promotion atflerward Politics Is not considers Tbero le less competition In the South ern States than In other parts of lobe country This affords a good opportun- Ity for people between 10 and IS years of ago Those desiring places of this kind can get full Information about them free by writing to the Columbian Waebingtodp co catalogue No3 Mr VV P Walton has again assum control of the Lexington Morning Democrat and his friends hope ho will stick to It His connection wltb tho paper aisurcs a bright breezy now ay democratic sheet that will be a delight to read and of groat benefit to tbo par ty Cyntblttoa Democrat Worms take refuge in tho email irate mnitlplay op these parasites The verdict of the pe pie tolls plainly how well U hat succeed ed Price 25 cents Pennys Drug Store IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Oil has been found near College Hill Madison county Frank Gardner a Mlddlesboro boy Will killed In the Philippines Jesse Drougbion shot and Instantly killed Charles Molntlre at Neat Pino vllleFireman J K Thompson jumped from hIs engine at OtttCfiguring on getting an automobile to deliver goods lo- A good picture of Corbie 80000 Y M C A building appeared In Saturday Courier Journal Andrew Carnegie has offered to give tho city of Shelby villa 810000 for the erection of a public library J G Wolslger may build a 32500 opera house In Danville where Stool gills livery stable now standsiTbo murder oases of W G Holland Paris Sbolwoll and Giles Carroll will come up lu Wllllamsburg this week fothingptoted JollicoO tempting to arrest His wounds are serious An alumnus of Cuntro College whose name Is withheld hoe gluey 826000 to Central University provided 25000 ore Is raised by Feb 15 Cap W B Grubbs of Shelby City Is tbe defendant in a 5000 damage suit Bled by Nannie Pence who alleges broach of promise to marry Tom Bird of London charged wit b shooting and killing his sweetheart Atlas Emma CoweD was released on 500 bond He claims the killing was accidental John Lunslord killed Fred Schranz at Eatt Tennessee mines In Whltley county by shooting him with a shot qua The trouble arose over Luns fords child W E Taylors residence near Gra dyvllle Adair county burned causing oIn 1800 loss with no Insurance This makes flvo times Taylor has been burn ed out since be became a housekeeper Warren Brewer and Clay Condor of Davie and Casey rccpectlvely were ac quitted at Clinton III of the killing of William Edward Taylor In July of lust ear A number of Boyle county men a the trial as witnesses The horse John Mabon of Marlon and Mlts Bottle Caldwell of Danville were driving near Lebanon ran away and both of the occupant were thrown to the ground Miss Ca Id wells eboul der blade was broken and Mr Mabon was also severely hurt The family of Winter Wright a sub stantial old gentleman living a few miles out on the Liberty pike Is being sorely reourged by typhoid fever A few weeks ago his grown eon died and n the 8th his liaR William a merchant of Uedgevllle who oamo down to as eat in nursing sited with ILDr Al corn In Advocate Ca8Mayor Ual Grimes killed the first tur key the first shot with a pistol at 100 yards William Drtlloa and Marshal Boyco cauh killed one at the sumo die tance wltb a pistol Joptha Brltton at first shot killed a fowl with a ride at 425 yards Harrodsburg Democrat Tho elopement of Mr B Herrln and Miss Lula Snare to parts at present unknown Is a severe and crushing blow to the families and friends of these companions In sin and folly Mr Her rln left a young wife and child and led to ruin and bluer remorse tbo wifes young sad pretty sister Two prominent and highly respected families aro brought to grief and shame The de sorted wife the forsaken offspring the debauched sIster tbe skulking con sciencestricken husband and father In tbe foreground Behind the group Is he grinning satisfied MepbUtopooles Somerset Journa- lAREL1Afflaltl vs YkaI DOWEL TROUBLES Itev J bh Ylugliug pastor of the Red ford St M E Church Cumberland Md bay It affords me great pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used it and know others who havo never known it to faih For tale by Craig Hockcr druggists Tbe con of ofthe But falo Exposition was 810000000 of the Chicago Fair 18000000 and now the St Louis Worlds Fair is to cost 830 000000 and cover over 1200 acres of land The Parts Exposition construe flop account was but 89000000 A CURE FOIL LUMBAGO W 0 Williamson of Amhettt Va t says more than a year I suffered from lumbago I finally tried Chamber lalnaPaln Balm end It gave me entire failoell to do Sold by Craig l Hooker drug glee lh Ifi1 I t s t j t jt Ill l Oh What a Chance All 150 Manhattan and 1 Fountain Stiff Colored Bosomi YOUR CHOICE 50GENTS EACII IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it you re not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville 1o 2 Overcoats Winter Suits and ODD PANTS at Wholesale Prices for the next 30 days Buy now and get the pick I Cummins c McGlary 1 E C WKlTON Preut L R HUGHES Sec Go Trena t THE Kentucky Real Estate Exchange And Title Company eeie aisisssss lining nblo to advertise your property in the heist ad vertising exchanges in tho State and being in tough with the host real estate ngoncios in tho country we think that wo can put your property on tho best mar kets and secure tho highest possible prices for you Wo therefore solicit your farms and town lots to sell for ou- Remomberno sale no charges whatever We will rent either your farms or town property for jrou and collect tho rents You are invited to come to our chief office which is located in the Interior Journal Building Stanford Xy and examine our list of property that wo now have for sale and which wo will advertise later on SAVE MONEY ThisYear by Trading With Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Im plements Etc Etc hip For The GaJsibo u u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eo C WALTON W P WALTON lit Candidate tat Cailrrad Oonnlnloner for the 3d District lublect to tie will of i4 dtmocrtcr DAVID BENNETT HILL who One I sententtoualv said of himself lam a democrat eecme to be able to define correctly the enduring principles of that party with equal brevity In his s Jackson day letter to tho Philadelphia Democrat ho presents the catalogue of principles so brief that we can print bern the several Items without omis lion or condensation 1 A strlct construction of the Federal constitution 2 No entangling alliances with for eign nations 3 Insistence upou the reserved rights of the States 4 Publlo taxation for public purpos es only 5 Opposition to monopolies and dan gerous combinations of capital 0 The preservation of personal lib erty of the citizen 7 No centralization 8 Home rule for States and munici palities It would be hard to condenso more wisdom or elucidate a proposition more fully than the exSenator from Now York bad done Mr H1U Is a great man any way and It would not surprise I us If be does not yet occupy the presi dentlal chair This paper could and would very cheerfully support him TOE Louisville Post Is coming round and It may yet prove Itself a democratic newspaper as It prints In large typo over lie editorials each Is sue This la a portion of what It bad to say about the caucus nominee for Senator Altogether we think the selectioni long experience In life at Washington During the storms of Mr Clevelands last term Mr McCreary was the direct representative of the administration on h the floor of the House In the democratic State convention of 1895 when r tbe democratic party Indorsed the platform of 1802 Interpreted by Cleveland and Carlisle Mr McCreary was a member of the platform committee and joined In the majority report That much we shall always remember to his credit What has come over D1 key Bird Probably he turned over a new leaf some two weeks ago We sincere ly hope he did- REPfESETATIVE LOVERING of Massachusetts has Introduced a bill providing a salary for expresidents of the United States at the rate of 825000 annually from tbe date of retirement from the presidency The bill Is to apply to any expjesldent living at tbe i time tbe law Is enacted As the aver ago president leaves tbe high office Ip dependently wealthy we see no sense nor reason for such a bill except that tbe Massachusetts Congressman wants to further burden an already heavily taxed people FIVE men will be bung In North Carolina In a few days They have been proven guilty of burglary and as the tar heel State has a law making that crime acapital one the law will be carried out to tbe letter This Is a pretty drastic remedy but tbe law presumably proceeds on tbe hypothesis that a burglar Is a murderer at heart at least most of bis tribe will resort to It If necessary to secure booty and therefore deserves 19 die THE Paducah NewsDemocrat thus piteously wall Western Kentucky j which furnishes the great bulk of dem Jocratlo votes has not bad a senator 1el9ce Thomas C McCreary of Owens bore retired Be was a distant rela 1theof the senatorelect The good of the NewsDemocrat should i remember that all things come to him who watts and go way back and si down and watt patiently THE leadership of Tammany Hall p1I has passed out of Richard Crokera Thetformer chief made a strong plea for a firmer organization and asked the imembat8 to place In the new boss the same they reposed In him Nlyon Is a man of affairs being presi dent of a half dozen organizations of various kinds He Is also an author of some note AccoitDiNOito the Naval Register for tbe New Year Uncle Sam now basI t t 225 war vessels of all sorts with about 60 In process of construction Of tbe k I latter eight are battleships six are iarmored cruisers and nine are first r class protected cruisers These 23 veeI sels alone would constitute in an r emergency a most formidable fleet for 1 offense and defense THE FrankfortRoundabout says that h to Mr W P Walton of tbe Harroda Lexington Democrats and klburgandof this paper and Mr Clar lonceE Wood of Richmond Is duo a h great deal of Gov McCrearys success In public life These gentlemen have t been ardent supporters of tbe Madison t county statesman for a quarter of a cen fury r w A TOPEJCA KANSAS man who It was reported was about to marry Mrs Carrie Nation Is as mad as a hornet over the publicity he has thus receive- A2d threatens to use a hatchet on th mm who started the story Wo dont blame him POLITICAL The pension appropriation bill cari rice 1139842230 as against 1145245230 last year Mrs McKinley was granted freo use bY1aItHouse says a Frankfort special Senator Quay denies the rumor thatj he la to retire from the Senate says his health Is greatly Improved Secretary Hay will deliver his McKinley memorial oration In the hall of tbe house of Representatives Feb 27 County Judge Polsgrove of Franklin has Issued an order barring visi tors from the county jail and the enter tilnmentof prisoners Former Gov Bushnell of Ohio will nit attend the inauguration of Gov Nsh Union labor refuses to march In tbe inaugural parade The State Senate adopted Senator Byrons resolution commending Ad miral Schley and inviting him to ad dress the general assembly A resolution was adopted In the Sen ate condemning Historian Maclay and the Schley court of Inquiry and commending Admiral Schley Gov and Mrs Beckbam will entertain the members of the General Assembly Stato administration and Frankfort friends Friday evening President Roosevelt has Issued an order to the sectrotary of the treasury directing that Collectors Roberts and Yanks of Kentucky remain in onlceI On tbe recommendation of Representative forcing W E Miller was appointed postmaster at Burksvllle sue ceeding J B Alexander a brother In law of Dr W Godfrey Hunter- A bill Introduced in tbe Kentucky Senate provides for striking out the double liability clause of tbe corpora lion laws except as to banks trust companies and Insurance companies Senator Morgan says the Panama Canal Company by Its renewed propo sltlon Is only seeking to delay If DOtI defeat the Nicaraguan Canal bill TbeI Senate he save Is certain to pass ItITbe democratic caucus last night nominated J M Richardson and EdIward Fennell for reelection as prison commissioners ann Miss Pauline Helm Hardly for reelection as State Llbrar ItnIown tbe Scbley case President Roosevelt summoned for conference Capt Clark and Rear Admiral Taylor who commanded the Oregon and the Indiana 10I the Santiago figbtIThe republican members of the committee having the Philippine tariff In charge have decided to reduce tbo tarIIlf on Philippine exports to the Untied States to tbe extent of tbe export taxt Imposed in the IslandsIGov White of West Virginia basj named commissioners to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The appointments are made with theundcrstandlag- tuna the State Is to Incur no financial obligations without legislative sanc UonINo democrat in Kentucky can findC just cause to complain of tbe tion of former Gov McCreary for Uni ted States Senator Ho has been ever a loyal party man and has done dis tinguished service for his Stato and country Owensboro Messenger Secretary Root Is said to be strongly opposed to commercial reciprocity be tween the United States and tbe Phil ippines on the ground that sued ration would destroy tbe open door policy of this country in those provinces of China controlled by European nations President of the Senate Utley madeI Senator George T Farris chairman of tho committee on charitable Institu tions and made him a member of the appropriations printing reapportion log legislative districts revenue and taxation rules and suffrage and elee lions committees Our Senator was pretty well cared for appropriationhasIntroduced by Representative Holland today It creates a commission of sev en members and a secretary with tbo treasurer and auditor as exofllclo mem bers A special tax of 2t cents on each tlOO valuation Is to be levied for six years but 810000 to be made immediately available for the preparation of plant designs and other preliminary work The estimated cost of the Capi tolls 1000000 THIS AND THAT The test well being drilled by the Baker Farm Oil Company In Knox county developed tbe existence of a second layer of sandstone at a depth of 1300 feet W HCulton who testified for the Commonwealth in the Howard case at Frankfort was closely questioned by tbe attorneys on both sides and be told more of the murder conspiracy than at any of the previous trials Culton ad mitted that be bad taken men to the House of Representatives on orders from Taylor and it was agreed at a consultation with Taylor that Senator Hlckman Speaker Trimble and Repre sentative Cantrill were to be killed He testified that be carried a message from Taylor to Grant Roberts and Hen ry Youtsey urging them to leave Frankfort His testimony at previous trials as to conversation with Howard was reiterated ljlliDDLEBURG thIo nighte years ago we wore sleeping on notblngIAt a business meeting of tho church Saturday evening Rev J B Ferrell was unanimously called to the yearI Law at be tee well attended by the young folks A most enjoyable time is reported- E A and Dudley Wesley brothers have gone Into the dry goods business Their location lIon Huston vllle and Liberty pike between Hartwoll and Kldes Store Steuben Godbey of this olty a stu dent at Danville is doing some versa tile work as exchange editor on the Central University Cento which is the ofUclal organ of that Institution Heaeklnh Lucas and Mrs Em Fred crick each have three children down with the scarlet fever though at pree ont It seems to be in a lighter form than previous cases The other sick are convalescing School at tbe Mlddleburg Normal College la progressing nicely A Dumber of new students were enrolled last week and more are expected to enter this week The prospects for a good school are encouraging- J W McIntosh formerly of Vo semite and who went to the Texas oilfields about a year ago Is reported to have sold his interest in a venture for 8100000 Mr McIntosh left here with only a few hundred dollars He Is a brother ln law of J C and W T Coul ter and has live children hereIIt Is not generally known that GenI J Franklin Bell who Is making so much history in the Pnlllpplnes la n Kentuckian but such Is the case He went to tbe Philippines In 03 as a cap tain of cavalry and later was made colonel of the 30th Infantry of volunteers He was promoted for daring heroism and dlstlngulshod service on countless fields of conflict and was advanced over TOO numbers when made a brigadier general Casey democrats are well pleased with tbe selection of Gov James B McCreary for United States Senator as they had but one choice the Madison county statesman With two such repI resentatives In the upper house as Mc Creary and Blackburn Kentucky Is sure not to go by default on that score Both of them to their credit let It be said are Confederate veterans and democrats true as steel No honor Is too great Or emoluments too high for tbe surviving heroes of tbo Lost Cause for heroes they all are It Is quite a leap from give em bellI boys to the spelling book but such Is the case again with tbe writer who again entered school yesterday WeI have only put in a few weeks schoolwork since our 17th year having quit school early in tbo spring of 03 to shoulder a rifle After being mustered outof the Spanish American war we again entered school only to remain four weeks when we again bade fareI well to monotonous books to follow Uncle Sams fortunes In foreign lands As to whether we profited by so doing time alone wlll tell but we are earnest sincere when we say we are forever wltb tbe military or anything of that taint H D Gifford county surveyor and who lives near Mlntonvllle tells the writer of a spring near the Green River Knob and on Henson Creek which la r tributary of Soutb Fork from which gas Is continually spurting This has been going on since the recollec tlon of the oldest citizen and It Is the general belief that both oil and IaeI abound In abundance Vessels have boon set over the spring upside down when In a few minutes tbo gas current would get so strong as to lift It away Vessels have been laid over the spring then an elder stem hollowed out fastened Into a hole In tbe vessel the gee going up through the stem and matches applied when It woujd burn like an ordinary gas jet Tbe people In the neighborhood are confident that not only oil and gee but coal also abound in sufficient quantity to warrant the in vitation of prospectors Any one In terested should call on or address Mr Glfford at Mlntonvllle A Striking Summary Joseph Cook not long beforo hie death at tbe request of the editor cf the Christian Endeavor World wroto this characteristic message for Christian Kndcavorers Mans life means Tender teent- Teachable twenties Tireless thirties Fiery forties Forcible fifties Serious sixties Sacred seventies Arching eighties Shortening breath Death Tbe sod God George B Kotcham the owner and driver of Cretceus announced that dur- Ing tbe year he received more than 370000 Ic purses and for exhibitions given in various parts of tho country by Cresceus NEWS NOTES Several cases of smallpox developed In Monlfeo county The two ycar old child of D B Sal yer a Bath county farmer was burned to death Arthur Frazee of St Joseph Mlcb Is dead attar smoking 30 cigarettes dai ly for 12 years Al Fuller a Negro sbot and perhaps fatally Injured John Gentry a country merchant In Fayclto There are 10 murder cases on the docket of the Whltley circuit court which begun yesterday Fire In the J F Well branch of the American Malting Company at Chica go caused a lost of 276000 Mme Lillian Nordlca sustained a bruised shoulder and strained back In a wreck near heaves Station Ga Twentysix parsons died In Woodford county during the year 1001 who Were 70 years old and over says the Ver I sallies Sun An Indianapolis man claims to have perfected a device whereby a person using a telephone mAY sae and be nun as well as talk bear and be heard During the last dec do and for the first time in the history of the country the population of the South Increased more rapidly than that of the North American residents of the City of Mexico aro preparing to bore for oil In the valley of Mexico They believe tbe field will rival that of Beaumont Tex A family consisting of a man his wife and five children was burned to death In a firs In Buffalo and the own er of tho house and his brother Inlaw are being held pending ao Investiga lion Schley and Santiago Is tbo name of a book that will be issued by Geo Graham the wellknown war corres pondent In a few days It Is In tbo press of a Chicago printing house nowProf Lombard of Ann Arbor Instructor of physiology in the Unlver sity of Mloblgan believes that ha has located the dwelling place of the soul In tbe spinal column Ha bus arrived- at this conclusion after many months of experiments with frogs Medical authorities In Manila be lieve that much of the Illness and breaking down of the troops In the Philippines Is due to bom lokn siand plans are on foot for a brief dally cable service of American news little of which reaches oven Ma- nila6iATRh It Is claimed that the brldaof Cbaun any Dipew Is heiress to an estate of 830000000 In Holland The Duke of Manchester paid Visa Purtla Knight 5000 and she withdrew her suit against him for alleged breach of promise Walter Webb the clever Jumbo merchant and Miss Maggie MoUardy one of Lincoln countys most accomplished teachers will bo married tomorrow There Is a remarkable case of youth ful marriage in Brooklyn H W Glee selmann In appealing for tbe annul meet of bis sons marriage says the son was a father at 13 Love Ie a day With no thought of tomorrow Love Is a joy With no thought of sorrow Love Is to give Wltn no thought of receiving Love Is to truat Without quite belle flog- Diseaeeanddangerlurkinthe vital or gene The blood becomes vitiated and tbe general health Is undermined whenever the stomach and liver fan to perform their functions u nature intended HER DINK will tone up the stomach regulate the liver where other preparations only reIeve Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store For family UBU 0 numberle ways BAI LARDS SNOW LiNixuxr is a useful and valuablo remedy Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store Mrs BWillie+of huKirksville section raised 120 barrels of corn on 10 acresL L Bacon of Bowling Green has a mule 58 years old be says A 2VearOld Heifer agoOwnerand this notice II a UOLTZOLAW Grab Orchard PUBLIC SALE Stock of General Merchandise nt public snic at Parks villc Ky Saturday Jan 251902 EstablishedOlean and select stock busi ness at old stand which can be rented Sale ai a whole to highest and best bidder to set tie estate of 08 Parks deceased Lot of locust posu ablncloi lumber an organ buggy pole and doable baruess and other articles to be sold at tame time Terms of BalerOn credit good note with approved security duo In from 3 to 12 months or for part cash and such notes or for all each to salt purchaser KyT f A Chance in a Life Time Tho last big sale is going on now nt TIle Racket Store I have just returned front tho city where I pu chased the entire bankrupt stock of A Schulman consisting of mens boys and childrens clothing flats and caps Indies nnd gents furnishings boots nUll shoos etc This will be one of the greatest sulesIever attempted in tho history of Stanford Mens suits 1248 worth til Young mens suite fI 03 worth U Hors suits sizes 0 to 15 for 88i worlh 82ami 3- Mens overcoats go at 12 OS Ladweenapes and jaukrts at 24o on dollar Knee paste at iSo a fl shirts for Wo f1 underwear for 8Uo J3 bats for 8116 II Hats for 46o Tie storm rubbers for Sfio Ladles antI moos rubber for ire The Racket Store StanfordtPrices Low JACOB For sale Homo and Lot on Main BtHfie Good Milk Cow Ac Visitfr D C 1teeT5 ewe ry 5OTe Stanford KentuckyIif you want anything The goods are nil uptodato The pricesIlow when you consider tho Whatever is it is 1 of is on at pairl you buy strictly what represented A CLEARANCE SALE tMy stock winter goods now the market COST t This will include Overcoats told Clothing Dry Goods Bqots and Shoes and other goods too numerous to 1 mention in this ad Heres an sample I 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 e This sale is for cash No goods charged at these y prices so dot ask it Sale begins on j Thursday January Kith 1902 Tit liARLES WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KYr f I L Our Line ofd I Groceries Harwaro Chinaware tQuccnsware Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected lint that gould be had is now on Display GEORGEJH FARRIS a CO q W B McRORERTS I DRUGGIST andMedicines I ly Compounded at Very Rea sonable Prices OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY r I Complete Line Ol I Ledgers Journals Day- Books I Blottersf4 Etc Etc Get our prices before you buyWe can save you money CRAIG MOCKER s 1r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL c M STANFORD Ky JAN 14 1002 1 In fllllntr your prescriptions wo uio proporLlonl tboif nvi Druir Sloro PERSONALS r I I JOHN P JONRS wont to Clnclnuall today Mil It D MAIIOXY went to Allooloo t today Die W D ODANNON wont to Llv iDtritoD lofty Ml W M IOYKTUHof Mu Vernon hero today 1JII Dosii of Winchester was with friends hero U D UllinilT li assisting In John Jrt Co 0 U CooiBR hue bad a levoro with neuralgia tMils UOOHUIA AsilLOCK of Lanbas with friends hero Piuitr JOHNSON of Danville It with Mli Jennie Lynn MRS JANUS p CUMMINS It visiting her parent at Crab Orcbard MuflSlis OAIIVEY UHLM and Jamci Pryo ore In Uarbourvllle on business Mil L O SlNOLKTON loft ycilerday for Nashville to enter a dental college Miss KATE UOOLK of Hustonvlllo li visiting Miss Emma flunn at Colum blanaMISS PKANCIR ADAMS li upending a I week with relatives In flusionvlllo t AdvocateMiss HOCICHH of Kan UII OILy It visiting Mill Lilllo Mll- lloktin Danvlllq Milia TOMMIE FliAKClS of Lanca s was the guest yesterday of Mist Mary Uraof- ATTOKNHY JOHN T HAYS of Lan vaster took the train here for Harbour Title Saturday TlW w it yuyalto for a wk- OM J C BABKEK et Unsuwvllle ws bare ytttlerday aad left a Blot or tar for itaUnatry Mae Do4A UACOHHAN lift Saw r 1day to rUa her titter Mr Newman t Burke at Owensboro SQOIKK JOHN HAILKY and George I B DdUi of Washington county were kern at court yesterday I MR T M XViiiTR write to have hit paper ebanged from Cyniblana to til Fifth Street Lovtavllle MR AND MRS J L YANTIB of flu tanvllle leave Jan 16 for Seattle Wash where they will reside islgoods and ebattlct from note to the Withers farm on Lancaster pike TUB regular meeting of the W C T- willU be hold with Mrs W II OUan non at 890 Wednesday afternoon t MR M KLHBRT flAiuKit of Elutton r Title It bore ioadlnc four carload of hap be it shipping to Saulsbury N C Tim Lexington Leader aye that I Sam W Severance of Stanford among tbo new matriculate of the Artall CollegeMRS J O COOl HR of LlvlogeGI was down Sunday to see who Is being treated at Joseph Price t Infirmary MR P PIHHCB COMUEST of Catoy whose only fault consists In his being a republican was ono of the court day crowd yesterday tlENCLOSED tl for my paper Dont let It stop fu like shaking bands with old friends write our old friend J K Carton now of Bliss O T TUB Heading Club will meet Satu r day with Mitt Jennie Warren All members aro requested to come as im portant business It to bo attended to JESSE RIKKK CARPENTER ton of Mr T L Carpenter of the West End has taken a position with A D Rob crlion ft Bro the Danvlllo merchants hit W P PliiLLirs of Clay coonI ooonICol who has boon homo on a vllt to his parents returned Wont Dr Carter camo home in time to enjoy the Christ I mall holidays HAWKINS Bisiior of Uustonvlllo who was a star at right end last fall t has gone to Louisville expecting to matrlculato In tbo radical Lexington Democrat Mn ALLEN L BURRIS of Color Springs Col and Mies Mary Crawford Carpenter of Qustonvlllo who will marry on tbo 20th spent Saturday with Miss Sallio Stooo Pinkerton MR M A AULTMAN and family will DurlnJtup GUEELEY LUTES has accented a pot Billon with 51 J Hoffman of Williams burg Re foreman of his farm n 6 Morelaud Ho Is bathing at prose but from all accounts and the house hold furniture be has been buying late ly lead many to believe that this bach ing business wont last long K- MR O D McCOLLUM of Junction City has returned from a prospecting trip through Oklahoma Ho is pleased with the country but made no Invest monte Ho visited the Shelbpsand Mr and Mrs T L LI Hard while there and rays all of them aro doing splendidly and are highly pleased with their new t location Advocate LOCALS OLD newspapers for sate This ofllcc FOR SALEA tafe three show cease and an olllco desk Sire D W Van I devccr guaAsSOLUTNLYtbo county court yesterday It was a record breaker IlBMEMHER tho old fiddlers contest I at MoKlnuoy Friday night next Go and lava a good Limo I t I WiCharlespostponed until tomorrow LAND SALK Henderson Baugh sold his farm of 110 acres near Highland to John W Spire yesterday for 81200 I I W LANDURAF told us yoslorday that the hotel building at Otten helm bad a narrow essays from burning the other i day I perTiIHttRthan there has been In 10 years and scarce of wagons are adding more oaab day WILL youmillet clover and tlm othy bay corn corn chop shlpstulT oata and straw Cheap for each J H Baugbman ft Co HORRIIILK A fouryearold ohlld of Rev James Edwards of tbo Perry vllle section toll Into a kettle of boiling wa ter and was fatally burned I ONE poor fellow sake that his me bo withheld was pat in jell yes ar1relLlorIULLEUSjr Charles Trub tella uS that Father Volk who was Inttrumen I tal In building the Catholic choral at Otloohelm wit killed at Colombia SA FOR SALEIfou want to buy the best storehouse and tbo beet stock of goods In the bet little town in Ken tucky address louses Pre Unsion le Ky TUB iNTRittoK JOURNAL and Ute Twle e Week Courier Journal for DrYBnlCommoDer elr0 You are expeoted to pay your no aouat atone Pleats do to All ao tsounte not paid by Jan 18th will be plaoed In an attorneys hands for col leotlon Baasley Bros HKNHY LRRNBR of Diavllle has vaaatsj open a sue ondband clothing store Mr Morris Fred end daughter Miss Minnie Fred will clock for him O ALL claims against the oily of Stanford must be filed with the finance com tnlitoo Councilmen M D Elmore and Cicero Reynolds three days before each regular meeting of tbo city coun oil L It Uugbci clerk at FINED Sam Owens llockcr James George Helm and Will Craig colored boys were lined 15 each for on a train Will Leo caught 111 flno for whipping a woman and eorge Owsley IS for drunkenness EDMlSTONSpuro mdo can McKlnnovJ DruiStoroCo Ml Salem and B D King Moro landhA CALL mooting of the Warren Grlgsby Chapter of the U D O Ij re q 108 ted for tomorrow Wednesday af ternoon to moot with Mrs J C Hays at 230 oclock A full attendance is desired as business of Importance is LO- bo transacted Tim State agent at Louisville told StaDfordllentloman tbo other day ti Mr R B Mahony of the Continental allontInare glad to know that bo Is making such a tine record 1 FittD Levin dwelling pear Ot tenholm burned at noon Saturday and allot the contents worn consumed A dofcctlvo blue did the work This leaves Mr Levin in bad slaps and bo will appreciate It If his friends will como to his rescue ahb1tt A P SLOAN of the Hubble section tolls Is that bo has never heard of the feather lode that fell his wagon while moving up from Pu laskl Ho says bo needs them this cold weather and will greatly appreciate in formation that may lead to their recov cry CDdatral Kentucky Medical Society will beoed held at Bustonvillo Thursday next when Drs J F Peyton and J G Car ntor of this place and Dr J B Kin nsDalyd of Lancaster will take part in the discussions Ofllcera for the q will be elected reportedberoJ R Orndorff bad bad a leg cut oil In a wreck at New Haven but waste glad to state that there was no truth in report and that clever old Pap dorlT has as good a pair of taco us any engineer on the road k te + REDUCED prices on lap robes J C McClary + P WANTED To loan 81000 Address lock box 102 Stanford Coon stores with five year written WdFOR RENT Either of my two reM Idcnces on West Main Street W P Walton MY house opposite Dr Cooks for solo or real Apply to A J Earp nchester Ky SOCK some opal If you seed It WoI wont carry a largo stock this J couUStaofJonellIprinted and padded a tl 60 per thousand up oovolopos 8125 thousand np This olllce hertwoand six rooms Dr J F Peyton t T DUY your coal while the roads are goon This pretty weather will not loot always J H Baugbman ft Co herSTOREBOONnext door to INTERIOR JOURNAL entrance for rent Apply at this ofllcc OONT buy any embroideries and leJcs until you eeo ours Our line season will be prettier than over and still the best John P Jones WeRxtoIt all taxes on olty property are not paid by Jan 20 your property will bo advertised for sale L It Hughes collector ajWeatberfordold Mock whisky I bad 65 barro- lrber Is no one olee In Lincoln noun who has at y H C Mock fat SOMg scoundrel who ought to deny at a ropes sad killed a fine Hlly ft- Bea Wllmot Saturday night Theaal mule skull was crushed Mr Wlim bad just refused 85 for her MRS iC BNOOIC who taught an ocution aloes here a number of years ago Is eollelilog funds for Caleb Pow ere benoflt She got In 8112 at Maysvllle In a little while It Is not unlikely that she will visit Stanford JIM the 1D fear pet of Mr Henry Blaokonsblp of the Preachers Villa section had a bard fit the orb day and bad to be killed Mr B oar nehtbborlgraveJa141bulnellD Raner in charge The above company bought a good portion of Sever anoe St Sons stock and are busy raov goodeWill tbo IrW blockdlong as the goods ho has on head last THE Danvllllo Advocate says t John H Meier of this place was Little Britain looking for a location tilyIn fluama4Mcspa walked the streets of that great cl and probably looked at some of tbo- prettYltorel bo bad no thought unting a location and wasted nonei satisfied as he Is to tomato In the best town in the State It tae ai last reach ed the point with the Advocate that when a Stanford man looks at tbe town clock in Danville It concludes at once that he wants to buy ihe courthouse Dad move Into It- t SPOTLESS TOWN a a6farce by Mr Boyle Woolfolk musts produced at the Danville opera bouse Frloatsight next Including tbo sheens the company will bo composed of about 35 of tho society people of the town s the remarkable success of the rehear sals up to the present Indicate that It will bo by far the best thing over on the local stage professional or oth erwiso Tickets can bo reserved addressing T P Curry The lowlion will be given under the auspices of the B P O E 670 As Saxtont b aedship will furnish tbo music for the performance the young men are promoting a HomSHOT SONJack Hasty of tbe Halea Well neighborhood shot his son Frank Hasty in tbo bead late Saturday afternoon but It Is not thought the young man Is dangerously wound Hasty attempted to shoot George Joe Leisure who came to his house and missed them and his- elated son caught tbo load as above Tho Leisure boys returned fire but did no theearLois urea wont to Hastys and attempted to make some women there go with them to another house and that Hasty orderI ed them away Words followed andand Hasty used his gun Sheriff M S Baugbman and Deputy C B Owens arrested the Leisures Saturday nJlhtI theirOratrial eraring George Leisure was held in 8100 and Joe caught a One of 815 + a + PRETTY winter weather this Cold j bright and dry unfurDllh1cd ITH hearty cooperation on tho part ltrJamesLlbertyWbyDR J K VANARSDALB again owns tbo stock of goods ho has bought and sold some bait dozen time Watts tt Trlbble who bought blm outtwo weeks ago bold baok to blm Friday afternoon and the doctor Is again behind tbo nters We are glad to state that Mr Watts and family will remain In nford for a while At least and that may engage In other business hero h ETCtT C Hays sold to J T Careon 27 calves at 812wFrank North bought 38 calves at tile yesterday Novln Carter bought of J C Reid go 0Dco gMe yesterday at 4o ourteen good feeding cattle for sale E JFrankstamesvlllo party yesterday for I9T J T Embry sold a car load of two year oM mules In Atlanta at 880 Thomas Pence bought of J M Rob arts a lot of 800 pound cattle at Ie Carter Bros sold to W B Burton of gWilliama favorite for the English Der oftlJ II IeG D McCollum of Junction City rtld to J T Moek a sorrel mare for 18ti0DThe Memphis Jookey Club has added a new stake known as the Sehlcy stake Coffey Bros of Adam sold to Porn Becton Bros of Hardln two geldings for 8400 Toe egg market Is cornered at Chi caqfj und that staple Is bringing 30 els per dOMn 4 toSmltbmules at 800NcFive tat 10band 7 to 8 year oidc Cunninghamb5t John Coffey of Columbia bought of mes Camden of tbo West End a gelding for 8150 J M Roberts sold 33 cattle here yes terday at 21 to 4c They ranged from yearlings to threeyearolds Tom U Stevens of Lexington sold Rome Respajs of Cincinnati two colts by Wadewortb for 10000 Mark Hardln sold to Brannon hoax andseto Joe Burnsldo a lot of calves at 817 50 JakeInflurgl4ieG A Swlnebroad bought of John LhotYarties a lot of butcher stuff at 2 60 E P Eaulconer will this week begin ofthe erection of stables in which to bod his horse and jack sales the first one of which will occur March 5 6 and 7 Advocate WI Scott of Shelby county hip sold another of his celebrated Jersey cows for 8250 This makes three he has recently sold for 81000 or an average of 8333 331 each Jerald Mock bought of Dan McCul um of Junction City a road mare for 8200 W B Burke sold to Guinea A Hawkins of Lawronceburg 160 cattle at 3c Danville News D 0 Allan sold to J J Allen l 14adyearlings at 831 to Allen Reid eight yearlings at 820 and to various parties 4cputLou isville has brought suit for an lojunc In the United States court against the L b N to compel to receive bill and deliver cattle to tho complainant James McKechnte has bought G B Barnetts farm near Hubble for Mrs N J Sloan of Wayne county Tbo farm contains 125 acres and the price 850 Mrs Sloan will move from Wayne to Hubble Advocate COURT DAY There wore 150 cattle at A B Florences pent yesterday all were sold Good steer brought 811 to 812 50 some twoyear olds 4c bolfers 2jc and butcher stuff about 3o At I M Brucos pens there were 267 cattle and all but 40 changed laude Most of them were light slufT and sold at 3 to 3c W T Tucker who already has a Cne herd of Hereford cattle got la tbreo daises last week Ho bought a bull two loiters from Glltner Bros o- They t Kmlnance at a very fancy price are all by the great bull Acrobat s roof tbe highest price heifer over sold Tucker Is a great admirer of Here lords and la getting together a fine col lection of them I WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 As an sell Inducement wo offer a complete stock in every department prices thaiwill theirgennrnusbusIncas Fancy raid Staple Groceries Glassware Quecnstt are Shelf and Heavy Hardware Nails Wire of all kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Timooihydelivery to phone orders Corner Opera house Ulock JOHN BRIGHT JR CO f ip x i s s J 5 j i t NEW HATS Spring Shipment and Spring Styles Newest Things OutL- ine of Stetsons goods always in stock at 350 The new things can always be found here H J McROBERTS Dont forget we are Closing Out the remainder of our stock at Ridiculously Low Prices as the business mustIbe wound up at once Severance Sons i i CLOSING OUT i I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertisedmy store for sale The rcad ers of this paper know the kind and quality of WaitingGof goods you have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE Next Great Auction Sale of FINE HORSESf KindergartensDanville Ky February 6 7 agd 8 1902 S manybutgood horses of any kind to sell let us know at once FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky IL fTHE INTMQR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at oonJcl mate- rpybl3ahefoT sswSea adFxldsaw- Ar 1 PER YEAR CASH Of When net opUdSJSOO will beeMrr4 a FE1frIKNOX- VILLE DIVISION No 21 Tnln going North 1153 a m- No26 2t9am NoiB u South lfUim No 2 i u It51 pmI For all faints KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 4 leave SUnfonl it tee a m otarrinutStnlord 230 11610 p m R A JONES Ky Office over Hi tiins 4 McKinneys Store Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinxxey a ISy Make sad keep constantly on hand the best of Flour deal ShlpstulT Bran Chick en Feed Sc Prices very reasonable Cus tom a specialty D V Kennedy MillerSmall Farm For Sale Containing 81 acres situated on the Stan ford and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In graze and land with excep tion ot a few acres considered thin laud Sufficient stock water and some good fenc Jog timber no dwelling only a corn- crib It Is a very desirable little places Will sell nt 125 per acre Call at this ch ice FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T B Bright l Co Wilt hold on February 23 1002 a big JACK BALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacks solicited H C The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSSE It S3N Profs JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstClas Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Hay For Sale lOreDo DENTISTStanford RUPLEY Vitae what It let If not It will pay you to learn wblch you can do by watching the future columns oi this paper or addressing THEO Noah Geolo gist Chicago 11 or N H POOlE Agt Marksbury K- yMason HotelMRS 0 D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every lung Gist claua Potters meet all trains 89 POSTEDT- he following persons Lave their laud posted and they will punish to the full ex tent of the law any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tres them i pallllnfon O D Boo- neJIi0AIloasante O P NewlandI n F Newland W H Hlgplns O L Grow E P Woods J E Bruca Oeo D Hopper 8 II Baughman R 0 locker J B Ilocker A8 Broaddus Mm J M White J W lUuRhman J W Adam ST Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballon J M Adams J 0 Horton- T A Rico MIssMaryPepples Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W E Amen J B Foster Ernest Illmann David Stephens Aaron Ball Painting Repairing I amprepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OQMOT UcRoberU Drug Store In tea Owiley Hstld- lugStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional Rank of llustonvllle will be held at their banking house In llustonvllle tho Ind Tuesday In January 1008 between 0 and IS A u for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuingear J W Cashier FOR SALE My residence property In Ilea Idenco has six rooms two porches veranda In front sod there are all necessary outbuildings A bargain for cash J II VANUOOK ZIcItlnney Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated near Peytons Woll contains about SI acres and Is now occupied by Sam uel Bishop Has fair house of 4 room and the outbulldhoes are tn good relalr Spring and well both close to house Land l in a good state or cultivation and fencing Ont class Six acres meadow 1ft acres in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms H cash balance 1 and 2 years COLUMBUS BISHOP Shelby City Ky J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Rrucos Old Stand Depot SU STR WORD KY New ReasonablqRatesIng Men Phone No 06 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLEXY Manufacturer of ERIOKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices J+ G+ McGbMY slap AItERsad sY7 slrldidae EMBALMER AndDcalearIfRTESLDDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY IAYSU- NDEIiT9SERl3 AUODKUXB3I FurnltureMatUussRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Q St Asapu HotclStnnfordHo- nday Ilan127th to Fcb11sti1902I- Six days only Eyes examined and glauce Iclen tUcal1yad Just ed Office hours Da m to 4 p m IM UrI e t tA T l nR N TILE evanescent beauty of a winter mornings glow tome the foouttps of the New Year oer the light and fleecy enbw And a happy wet come soandelb from the steeple cuarded chimes And prophesy the tuneful bells the d aw n of better lima In the splendor of the morning eer the start hats vanished quite When the earth awaits her bridal In her robes of spotless white And the millions watch Impatient while the holy bells they hear From the orient old In story comes again the clad New Year The old year passes slowly like a vision of the night With Us evershaded sorrows and Its pleas urea dimly bright In Its footsteps all around us tie a peopUi tears tmpearld And Its dark and silent passage ti the joy of all the world Let tho bells that ring Its going greet the Infant New Years birth May Us dawn proclaim an era that shall brighten all the earth Let every land beneath the sun from trouble find release And read upon its brow the sign of uni venal peace Columbia greets the New Year with a wet come fair to see And brighter glow the stars that gem the banner of the free To the future that It brings us to the day specwe destiny that doth invent our race In the nUllhee of Its dawning we can tita grander lame Than that whore hole glldsto 3ayour coun trys deathless same In the brightness cad the beauty of the years Initial morn beneath the flag our fathers gave a newer day fa bora Hall the years auspicious dawnlgt let all strife and cavil cease Mar every sword be burled neath the blended bloom of peace May every son of freedom stand erect to day and hear With lifted soul the chimes that Hag the morning of the year From far Alaska whitened toast to where the waving pines Their shadows shed where nobly stood the serried battle lines From Maines Immortal surges with thslr legends still untold To where the Sacramento cleaves a para disc of gold Ring out 0 chimes your gladness let re joicing rule the land God holds the New Years blessings In the hollow of Ills hand Ile hath guarded well our country from the days of long ago I When knelt the Pilgrim Fathers In the Nsw Years fleecy snow Each year hath brought us grandeur and the one before us now win set another star of fame upon Columbia brow Behold with added glory now the nation doth appear la the bright and matchless splendor of the dawning of the year It dawns for every mortal on the land and on the sea Its light Is sped on every path that leads to liberty The sunlight of Its morning falls alike on hut and spire And kindles In the heart of man a n wand holy are Xol It marches to the anthem that the Choir Immortal slogs And every tongue may prophesy the bless lags that It brings From east to west from north to south throughout our country deer Let they proudest and the humblest greet the dawning of the year T C KAnDAUQH A GOOD RECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale on Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost Invariably to those who have once used them sftj s Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What bettor recommenJiUJon could any medlcico Lave than for people to call fort when again In ntOll of such a remedy T Try them when you feel dull after eating when you have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious havo no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with tho prompt relief which they qlbrd For sale by Craig dt Mocker druggists The pleating news comee from Lex ington that Will Walton the splendid newspaper man and accomplished Ken tlemao whoso honesty and falroeasaro known always to be present wbonbo takes his pencil In hand Is to assume control of tbo Morning Democrat Lex ington already excellent paper That he will give Lexington a splendid paper will not be doubted by anybody who knows him Bowling Green Jour Dal Duluth la a peculiar city Its popu lotion Is about 70000 yet the length of the Incorporated town along the front Is 28 miles lu width ranges from ono to two miles I CHURCH MATTERS I 1 On January 27 Bishop Dudley will havo completed 27 years service us Bishop of Kentucky Rcr John U lloywood for 10 years pastor of the Church of the Messiah and father of the Louisville High Schools is dead in thai oily There will bo a called meeting at Goshen church next Saturday ut 2 I M and all members ore requested to be present as Important business Is to bo attended to The ladles of the churches In Ken tucky havo been very successful in tbelr elTorls to raise Jii000 for Ken Lucky University to establish aIWO mans chair St Bartholomew Episcopal church of Now York City has the largest In como of any church In America U amount to 1185000 of which pow rents bring lot14000 The Baptists of Glasgow Junction assisted by tho Revs T J Ham of Scotlsvllle and J II Grimes of Cove City have organized a church at that place 25 members entering into tbo organlutlou BIIAIKFOOU NONSENSE Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent author ties They have UI silly no lion that one kind of food la needed fot brain another for muscle and still an other for bone s A correct diet will not only nourish a patlloular of the boy but It will sustain ever other part- Yt however may be Itl nutriment is destroyed by Indigestion or dyspepsia Yon must for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular Greens August Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action PUrl 08 the blood and makes you feel buoyant and You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies Store Greens SpecialAlmanac In his loiter forwarding money for LIDawonprison says We have been reading the paper ever since It was first pub lished by Seph Campbell who by the waywas my wifes Sunday school teacher way back yonder but dont tell him It will mako him appear old We have 2000 prisoners now 03 wo men Wo have bad lovely spring weather since Jan lit My beet wish es to you and all the boys II W P Walton S Is againatthe helm ot the Lexington Democrat having purchased the controlling stock of the paper acO assumed control There can bo no doubt ot the Democrats democ racy under the able management of the Old War Horse and the Courier wishes him and his paper unbounded success Danville Courier An attractive woman thrives on good rood and sunshine with plenty of exer silo In the open air Her form glows with health and her face blooms with beauty When troubled with a eostlve habit she takes a few droves of HHRM H tn cloanMJ her system of all ipipuritlc Prieo W cents Pennys Drug Store The oldest newepaper the to Kin Pau published at Pakln China It was established over 1000 years ago supposedly by Col Craddook who for I Ibe past 000 years has beat running a paper at Paris Dover brews Praise the bridge that I you over either a flood or cough JUiLUJUfc HOHEUOCNU SVRVP has brought so mnny over throat and lung trouble such as coughs colds lironclilt a eta that its praises are sung everywhere Price 36 and 50 cents Pennys Drug Store TABLKHS BUCKEYE PILE OINTUKST has Jeell thoroughly tented for many years for this most dis and is a positive cure tressing and embarrassing cL troubles Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Dug Store 1100 UEWAltU 1100 The reader ot tbU will be pleased to lure tbsttbrslistlM ODe dreaded dltean thecl pnte has been able to cure in all its tatesand- at II Catarrh elarrh Cure le tbe only Mare cure kBoVn to the ndle1 lrtorIlr atarrhbelag a disease require a ken1iinternally aciojtdirecilyuponrthe bleoJ- td mucous aurhces or the giving trolal the founditlon ol the dlKue and tbe patient sireoath by bulldlal up the TODjIItU I tlon hiss oamueb faithgin It curallre IPlOprletora they oger One hundred Dolls for Send lor list of teeay case t It lallI to cure tilDoalat AddreesE OIIRNEY I COToledo O Sold by dry lsU tea Nails Faintly Pill era the beet CARSON PENCE 4- D1AI71tSIN I Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the above always on land slid art sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes I A as LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK as CAPITAL STOCK 8SOOOO Directors J n Pasteee J II Owsley 811 Shanks J O liar Isl Qarler Succeosnra to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under name management conUDlIOlItIly fur IS years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such bunlncM relations will prove mutually beneficial First National- FJ f or Stanford Ky an KfC Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally otabltahcd an the DojMnlt Hank of In I8H then as Iho National Hank of Stanford in IfillS and again reorganized se tho Pint National Hank of Stanford la IBSt having had practically an Uninter rupted existent for 41 BftIlJo It ls better upiilleJ now with faclllUe for transact leg busies promptly and well than over before In IU long JuinornUle earner Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited u lDtTakePi as 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I J t A as can for a can at its No as a J U BI I j n W M Jr Officers J 8 J Chr W IL Directors V Co s T Oo J H Ihs W P Co J 11 MllerCrabOrsbard M U J W B 11 T P Hill Jas f s ty the I but action be sccurfJ until the liver bile to the Intones their functions i Bl nriat I ural agitation bytlhtrts continual ano doses toIattain the r acts on theI1 liver cures and and every of a Malarial and nter a ItroublePER TOTTtl I i III loft + A RUBBER DOCTOR JHE home without a Hot lacks that which may be any hour of the dayor soft yielding bug that applies heat nothing else Well wrapped will keep warm hours HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the relaxes muscles and soothes the nerve With hot water bottle you have heat beet and a steady oven temperature Those wo offer are made they should boof finest Para with rcinforced seams All sites and every site at bargain PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky aIIII IIIIIII Officers 8 I8iPresident oraLnv Cashier HltlOHT AMt Cashier HOOKIMt Treat J MCUOHEUT8 WKAlinN Ilkpr 1 Hold Llnooln HarrU Ltneeln Icer 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eteeetu Mr f J II OW8LKV kelders FKRM FOR SKL6 IItContaining IU siren two mile OHlti of MoKlnn on lIddlebur ITS aeren jJdtielllnltlboth and well watered Can Ite sold la twoItracts of about equal amounts oral a For further Informatkin all on or address I J 8 MOI1LKV McKinney Ky Stockholders Meeting tNallonatIJantourt FARM FOR SALE 257 Acres orsvllloi in Proach jLincoln Co Ky 0 mile from Stanford S mile from Lancaster on tho Lancaster and I 1elll rro 1EDlSTANFORD KY Splendid Bath Koom In Connection a