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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 15 1902 NO 90 t NEWS NOTES j Raiders destroyed a tollgala la Span 1 cor county I Four Htorcs nod a saloon at Irvlno wore burglarized j A fine flow of oil was struck In three well In Bath county W F Kobards a veteran ol the civil war suicided at Lexington t Admiral Sahley was given a cordial welcome when ho arrived at Savannah UrThe Whisky Trust reduacd fu capl tal stock from 1125000000 to 136000 000 Christopher Miller 00 years old committed suicide by banging In New i York American capitalists have acquired 6000 mile of canals In England and In EuropeAt G Wright shot and killed Thomas Butler In an altercation over a game of cards Gas gasoline and oil stovomakers I formed combination In Chicago with a capital of 5000000 Dr Jamea Hod roan former superln Undeat of the Western Asylum at t Ilopklnsvllle Is dead When Admiral Sobley visits Kaox vII Ie Tenn Feb 6 he will be prevent ed with a gold loving cup a IYuma Indians In Arlsooa cruelly tor tured to death a medicine matt as an expiation of the sins of the tribe Tho six year old daughter ol Prof I John God was accidentally shot and klllod by a Negro boy at Winchester f Col William Lewis Washington a great great grandnephew of Goo Gco Washington Is dead In Philadelphia The vurdlot of three Lexington phys icians U that excessive cigarette amok i f olag killed Gilbert Kibbler aged 0col oily I 1laa mill at Manchester N Q An ale Ueaudry shot and dangerously In jured Jennie Gannon and then commit ted suicide Jim Mayes a Negro who bad at tempted to aatauli a white girl was Utkeq from jail at 3prlngQeld by a mob and hanged It Is said that Corbett FlUilmmons Jeffries and McCoy will box at the In ternational tournament la London dur log the coronation Albert Germans shortage with the Tllrd National Bank of Louisville Is now placed at I26000 and the Investi gallon Is not yet complete The Leglslatfaro of Kentucky made no mistake In selecting James B Mc Creary for Tolled States Senator Paducah NewsDemocrat LoulsrllloV now trust company will be known as the National Trust Com pany and Jotbua D Powers the Ow onsboro banker has accepted the prss IdenoyThe Jury trying Jim Howard at Frankfort Is made up of 11 farmers and an Insurance agent Politically nine are democrat two are republican and one a populist All the great railway systems of the country and tbo great ocean transpor tation lines under one management is- V said to be the ambition of the Hill Morgan interests John W Starke was arrested at Richmond Va charged with sending the president a vulgarly Insulting t anonymous letter about the time of the Hooker Washington episode U D Wilson sold to the O 0 Railroad Co 60 feet of ground on which t 1 tbe roar part of Uorsemans Headquar ters In Lexington stands for 20000 or at the rate of 152000 per acre A woman named Fltzslmuions ap plied to the Brooklyn courts for per mission to change her natno for tbe reason that she objects to bearing the same name as that of a notorious pu I gilistic character It develop that Will Goddard oft I Louisville who was killed by the die charge of a shotgun left 35000 of1n surance all of the policies having been taken outdurlng the past year HI + fathqr Is tho beneficiary I Tbo Morohcad Normal College Is preparing to put In a broom factory In connection with the school giving poor s pupils nn opportunity to work their through college The new move U meeting with hearty support tway will of William C Dlr ell a resident of Humboldt Neb t who left all hla money to be used Ip t fighting Majonry and other secret or derv has been sustained the court rejecting the Insanity theory set up by the hairs Manager Charles Scott of the Lex t t nston Opera House who was petition cd by members of tbo Ldxln too Chap of the Daughters of the Confedera to refrain from booking Uncle Ifter Cabin answered the petition stating that the civil war has been about 30 years Two of tbe Commonwealths Impor tant wltneeeea testified In the trial of Jim Howard at Fraokfort Saturday They were Bowman Guinea and lien Rako and both positively identified the I prisoner as the man they saw run from the rear of the executive bulUloir after I the assassination of William Goebel V LANCASTER There were 63 burials In the Lancas tel cemetery during the past year an average of onu a week Grip In tbe guise of too l1Itll and other forms of lore throat Is very prove alent In this cltv and vicinity Mr Jones of the Hubble vicinity died after an Illness of three weeks of typhoid favor Tho remains were Interred In A private burying ground of that section W It Conk bought 21 cattle of Rob ert Coon at to Jacob Robinson sold three cattle to Anderson Lawson at 4o U D Aldrldtro sold a butcher cow to T S BlklnaiSic The Senior Croklnole Club had an enjoyable social Thursday evening at the hospitable home of Dr and Mr Bcaz ey The next meeting will beheld Friday evening with Mr and Mr Robert Embry Mr and Mrs James R IJuazloy gave a dining Saturday In honor of Elder aol1 Ire A It Moore Virgil Kin naird eon of Dr and Mrs J B Kin nalrd entertained a host of friends Saturday evening from 4 to 0 T S Klkln bought of Rufus Mote some butcher hogs at lo also a bunch from Henry Cox at the same figures and another lot from J Joseph at 4c also 81 bunch of butcher oallle from Boval St Suddutb at from 31 to 3o Alter the election of city olllolals and Inauguration of the new members of the altv counell Mayor Robert Kin nalrd complimented tho whole force by a sumptuous dinner al the Garrard Ho tel under the supervision of Proprietor LongMiss Mattie Thompson who has boon quite 111 Is reported at somewhat Im proved Miss AI Anderson who has been III at Knoxvllle for several months has had a temporary change for the better but Is still la a serious conditionThe for the wheat crop is very dloouraglng to the farmers The sudden changes the drouth of last fall and tbo bard freezes with no snow as tbo usual protection have Insured the cereal to such an extent that a consid erable shortage Is feared The grocery stock of J H Payne has been sold to John Jones of tbo West End and the new proprietor has taken charge with Miss Fannie Austin as olerk Mr Jones and family will occupy the Judge Totten homestead and Mr Payne has gone to Harrods burg to reside Several entertainments consisting ebjefly of home talent arc preparing for public exhibitions In tbe nol future The Christian Endeavor Society will add to Us collars In this way and U Is rumorAd an entertainment will bo given to raise funds for a city library A most admirable publln movement John T Johnston brother of Attor fey Win McClelland Johnston has re attired an appointment to a good pool tion In the revenue service at Bay City Mloh Mr Johnston left a few dayq ago to enter upon his new duties A young Mr Payne of this pecllop has also obtained a similar appointment The Christian Eodeator Society has looted Jte new board of olllcers con slating of Misses Mary Thompson president Bessie Batson vice reI dent Victor Stone secretary Mrs Jennie Burn tt cor seoy This so ciety Is In a roost nourishing condition having boon organized only last March and now has an enrollment of 00 mem cor Tbe people of tbo Paint Lick section aro much vexed over the failure of the contractors to complete tbe new bridge at that place The company has re oonlly written they could not get the steel joists and did not know when It could be secured The Paint Lick people are thriving villagers and It Is a pity their progress should be Impeded In this way The Continental Kettle Drum a catchy Illllo drama of colonial times will bq rendered hero at an early date entirely by homo talent and promises to be qulto an atractlveentertalnmen Miss Christine Bradley will tako the chief role of Martha Washington and other colonial dames will bo personat- ed by coma of Lancasters most charm- Ing young ladle- eAlbbrookPrank of Lexington a son of the late Elder Frank has been hero with frlende Mr and Mrs Thee Miller bavo moved from the Owsley farm and are occupying the house known as the Ferris place Mr and Mrs C M Richardson and little Son of Somerset aro guests of Mrs James C Collier Tbo widow of the lato J E Woolford Is visiting her eon Rev J E Woolford Lancaster people as a usual thing aro to tho forefront and In the foremost ranks wherever they may bo found lIon George T Farrla offered the drat bill put before the Kentucky Senate for consideration John Nor rle a Garrard boy has been made Jan ltor of both legislative houses and Van Denny son of Judge George Donny Of Lexington but a native Lancastrian has received a commission aa 2d lieutenant In the U S Infantry Mr Ballew of Richmond Is visiting her mother Mrs Joseph Brands Miss Hattie Sparks Is the guest of friends In Mlddlosboro Miss Olivia Sweeney Is at homo again after a several weeks stay at St Joseph Hospital In Lexing ton Mrs Arthur Uubbard of Covlngtoo Istho guest of Mrs John E Stormes Rev and Mrs Henderson of Louis vllle are visiting Rev Woolford Miss Pearl BvrnMdo of Stanford la with j Miss Dnvo Harris Miss Christine Bradley has had as her guests Misses Che nault of Richmond ard Tuvls Carpen ter of Stanford Thomas Palmer and family of tbe Paint Llok section bare moved to the Owsley place on tbe new Danville road Mr and Mrs W K Sbugars will do light housekeeping In the upper rooms of Mis Sallie Til lelts handsome new building Mr and Mrs W I Williams will occupy the new cottage on Water Street Brief Sketch of Hon James B McCreary- For 40 years Jamas B MaCreary has been prominent In Keniuoky history He first came Into notion In 1SA2 when bo assisted In raising the llth cavalry regiment for the Kentucky service C S A In this he was subsequently made lieutenant colonel a rank he hold at tbe close of tbo war Ho served with distinction In the army of Tennessee and under Geol Morgan and Bragg and under Breckldrldge In Virginia and surrendered with his regiment at Appomattox Ho entered politics In 1800 being chosen to represent Madison county In the Kentucky Legislature aod again In 1871 and 1873 this honor was bestowed on him without opposition from bis own party He BO acquitted himself at tbe first session that at the two out ceeding sessions bo was made speaker- In 1876 as the democratic candidate for governor bo was opposed by one of the ablest aod oldest politicians of Ken Lucky The republicans had as their candl date the Hon John M Harlannow one of tbo justices of tbo supremo oourt of the United State McCreary was elected by 37 000 majority After re tiring from the executive olllco he Will elected to the 40th Congress and was selected to the 50tb Slst 62nd 63rd nod 64lh sessions I For 12 years he was a member of ihe Committee on Foreign Affairs of the louse He was twice Its chairman HB was also a member of the committee on Coinage Wolgbla and Measures and the Worlds Fair and Private Land Claims lIe was the author of the bill establishing a Land Court to adju dicate the claims growing out of the treaties between the United States and Mexico known as the Garden Trea ty Itaod the Guadaloupo Hldalago treaty He wat also tbo authorof tbe bill wbloh provided for the PunAmer loan Congress Goy McCreary was appointed by the president of tbe United States lo 1802 one nf the five commissioners to represent the United States lo tbo Inter natlobal Monetary Conference In that conference he distinguished himself as an advocate of bimetallism Although In public life both milita ry and civil for moro than 30 years Gov JcCreary has lost nono of bU physical or mental vigor By his long experience political knowledge and acquirements ho has thoroughly titled himself to become tbe representative of Kentucky In the United States Son ate 1 Tho U S Civil Service Commission will hold examinations at several plac es In each Suto during March and April to secure young men and woo men for the goveromenteervlce 0889 persons secured positions last year through these examinations Proba bly 10000 appointments will bo made this year All appointments are for for life and for most positions only a common school education la required Salaries at appointment vary from 1660 to 1200 a year with liberal promotions atfterward Politics Is not considered There la less competition In the South ern States than In other parts of the country This affords a good opportune ity for people between 10 and 45 years of age Those desiring places of this kind can get full Information about them free by writing to the Columbian Correspondence College Washington DO sad asking for Its Civil Service catalogue No3 Mr W P Walton has again assura control of the Lexington Morning Democrat and his friends pope he will stick to It ills connection with the paper assures a bright breezy newsy democratic sheet that will be a delight to read and of great benefit to tbe par ty Cynlblaoa Democrat Worms tako refuge in the small into tine where they can eaaUy multiply ItitiTBa OBKAU VKiiMiruaK will destroy these parasites The verdict of the peo pie tells plainly how well it has succeed ed Price scents Pennys Drug Store C EXTRA Ban jobbers Called on the Lin coln National Bank This- Morning ButFailed to Get Any Filthy Lucre Tools Stolen From L N Shop Some 2 Weeks Ago An attempt to rob the Lincoln County National Bank this morning prove a failure but both tbe vault and oafde doors are badly damaged aod the eat Is probably ruined The front doc was found open by Annlo Glvena wb cleans the bank up and she was scare d nearly out of her wits when she Joan that robbers had visited tbe Institution Dr Owaley the ouhlcr was dispatch ed for and be with an I J reporter entered the vaull As there was over 17000 In cash In the safe It Is but nat ural that Dr Owsley toll good when hi found that the safe had not been open od If any papers wore stolen It has no yet been found out Tbe bank office 1 covered with dirt and dustaod tbe rob hers must have worked manfully MrJ M Alverson of this oilier r heard several explosions at 330 and others who hoard them say there were at least seven the last being the hard Oil Two freight trains passed n few minutes later and U Is probable that tbe stamps escaped on ono off them Mr Alverson and others tried to get the telephone excbago from tbe St Asapb Botel but failed to do so Mana gar Wrays says a number of cane were answered about that hour however Ono telegraph wire was cut by the scoundrels but there are others loft to help trace them Tbe blood hounds aro so green they will not be brought to town A night policeman Is needed In Stan ford and steps should be taken to bavo the council appoint ono MINSTRELS Gordons celebrated minstrels wWhold the board at Wal Ions Opera House next Wednesday night Jan 22 They travel In their own private car and carry 30 people Dont fall to see them SOLD OUTEmbry L Eogleraan the jewelers sold their stock of Jewery etc yesterday to W H Mueller the well known jeweler and the stock will be moved to Mr Mupllore store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Frank Gardner a Mlddleeboro boy was killed In tbe Philippines Jesse Broughton shot and instantly killed Charles Mclntlro at West Pine vllle Fireman J K Thompson jumped from his engine at Lebanon Junction and broke a leg C P Cecil tbe Danville grocer ia figuring on getting an automobile to deliver goods IDA good picture of Corbioe 0000 Y M C A building appeared In balur days Courier Journal Andrew Carnegie has offered to give the city of Sbclbyvllle 810000 for the erection of a public library- J G Welslger may build a 251000 opera house In Danville where Stod gills livery stable now stand The store of L J Howard Coi at London was broken Into and a lot ol clothing taken Two tramps are sue pected Noble WarraCk constable of Jolllco waa shot by a drunken man he was at tempting to arrest ills wounds are serIous ir0 = = =I IV m Oh What a Chance t ft 1m IIAll 150 Manhattan and 1 1I ifYOUR CHOICE CENTS EACIIt 10 r IT PAYS TO TRADE AT i THEl1E1 Merchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing tlIl O 7 000 Ar c I r 0 9o 2e ffA Overcoats Wig ter Suits and ODD PANTS at Vholesale Prices for the next 30 days Buy now and get the pick Cummins 8 McGlary ill I MUI E C WKUTON Prest L R HUGHES Sec Tress teess seaa s- wTHE wCentral Kentuky Real Estate Exchange And Title Companyergsasaes sr Being able to advertise your property in the host ad ortising exchanges in the State and being in touch with the best real estate agencies in tho country wo think that wo can put your property on tho best mar kets and secure the highest possible prices for you We therefore solicit your farms and town lots to sell for you- Ftemeinberno sale no charges whatever We will rent either your farms or town property for you and collect the rents You are invited to como to our chief office which is located in the Interior Journal Building Stanford Ky andexamine our list of property that wo now have for sale and which we will advertise later on r SAVEtMONEY ThisYear by Trading With Higgins 8 McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Im plements Etc Etc Qnfflip For The Gaslhcs I 4 r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii t Candidate for IUllro d Commlaelooer for the U Dtaulct subleet to the will of the democracy DAVID BENNETT HILL who once Bententlouslv said of himself I am a democrat eecm to be able to defieo correctly the enduring principles of that party with equal brevity In his Jackson day letter to the Philadelphia Democrat he presents the catalogue of j principles so brief that we can print i hero the several Items without omis sion or condensation 1 A strict construction of the Feder Vil constitution 2 No entangling alliances with for sign nations 3 Insistence upon the reserved rights of the States 4 Public taxation for public purpos es only to monopolies and dangerous 5 Opposition combinations of capital 6 The preservation of personal lib arty of the citizen 7 No centralization 8 Home rule for States and tnunlcl panties It would be hard to condense more wisdom or elucidate a proposition more fully than the exSenator from New York has done Mr fllll Is a Kreat would not surpriseman any way and It us U he does not yet occupy the presi dential chair This paper could and would very cheerfully support him TIlE Louisville Post Is coming round and It may yet prove itself a democratic newspaper as It prints In largo type over Ite editorials each Issue This Is a portion of what It had to say about the caucus nominee for Senator Altogether we think the democratic caucus made the best selec Lion open to it Mr McCreary bus bad loop experience In life at Washington During the storms of Mr Cleveland last term Mr McCreary was the direct representative of the administration on the floor of the Rouse In the demo cratic State convention of 1805 when the democratic party Indorsed the plat form of 1892 as Interpreted by Cleve land and Carlisle Mr McCreary was a member of the platform committee and joined In the majority report That much we shall always remember to bis credit What has come over Dickey Bird Probably he turned over a new leat some two weeks ago We sincere ly hope be did f REPRESENTATIVE LOVERINQ of Massachusetts has introduced a bill providing a salary for cxprestdentg of the United States at the rate of 825000 annually from the date of retirement from the presidency The bill Is to ap ply to any expresident living at the time the law is enacted As the aver- agew president leaves the high office independently wealthy we see no sense nor reason for such a bill except that 1theMassachusetts Congressman wants to further burden an already heavily taxed people The murder cases of W G Hojlarnd Paris Shotwell and Giles Carroll will r ycome up In Wllliamsburg this week- W E Taylors residence near Gra t I dyvllle Adalr county burned causing t l an 1800 loss with no Insurance This makes five times Taylor has been burn f ed out since be became housekeeper i Warren Brewer and Clay Condors of Boyle ana Caseyrccpectlvely were acquitted at Clinton III of the killing of William Edward Taylor In July of last year A number of Boyle county men attended the trial as witnesses The horse John Maboo of Marlon and Miss Bettle Caldwell of Danville 4weredriving near Lebanon ran away and both of the occupants were thrown to the ground Miss Caldwolls shoul der blade was broken and Mr Mnhon 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 scourged by typhoid fever A few weeks ago his grown son died and on thr his Bon William a merchant of P wile who came down to as sled sang died with ltDr Al corn iu Advocate A remarkable exhibition of markt uanshlp took place at the turkey shoot ing at the poorhouse Wednesday Mayor Hal Grimes killed the first tur key the first shot with a pistol at 1DO yards William Brltlon and Marshal Boyce each killed one at the same dis tance with a pistol Jcptha Brltton at first shot killed a fowl with a rlllo at 423 ybrds Harrodaburjr Democrat The elopement of Mr B Herrin and Miss Lula Sears to parts at present un known Is a severe and crushing blow to tbe families and friends of these companions In sin and folly Mr Her rln left a young wife and child and led to ruin and bitter remorse the wlfea young and pretty slater Two promi neat and highly respected families are brought to grief and shame Tbe de4 sorted wife thu forsaken offspring debauched sister the skulking con sciencestricken husband and father in the foreground Behind the group lathe grinning satisfied MephUtopheles Somerset Journal n MrslJover the publicity he baa thus received Aid threatens to usa a hatchet on lobe mm who started the story Wo dootI blame blmITho pension appropriation bill car rice 8139842230 as against 3145245230 last year- Mrs I McKinley was granted free use of the United States postal service by a unanimous vote In the House Col David G Colton Is the most 1 talesmanlooking member of the House says a Frankfort special Senator Quay denies the rumor that be Is to retire from the Senate Ho says his health Is greatly Improved Secretary Hay will deliver his Me Klnlcy memorial oration In the hall of the Bouse of Representatives Feb 27 County Judge Polsgrove of Frank liD has Issued an order barring visitors from the county jail and the enter tilnmentof prisoners Former Gov Buehnell of Ohio will n it attend the inauguration of Gov Nash Union labor refuses to march In tbe Inaugural parade Tbe State Senate adopted Senator Byrons resolution commending Admiral Schley and Inviting him to ad dress the general assembly- A resolution was adopted In the Ser ate condemning Historian Maclay and tbe Schloy court of Inquiry and commending Admiral Schloy Gov and Mrs Beckbam will enter tain the members of the General Assembly State administration and Frankfort friends Friday evening President Roosevelt has issued an order to the sectretary Of the treasury directing that Collectors Roberts and Franks of Kentucky remain In ofllce On the recommendation of Represen tatlve Borelng W E Miller was ap pointed postmaster at Burksvllle sucI ceeding J B Alexander a brotberlnt law of Dr W Godfrey Hunter A bill Introduced In the KeotuckyI Senate provides for striking out the double liability clause of the corpora ion laws except as to banks trust companies and Insurance companies Senator Morgan says tbe Panama Canal Company by Its renewed propo sltlon Is only seeking to delay If not defeat the Nicaraguan Canal bill Tbe SeDate be says Is certain to pass It The democratic cauctPs last nightI nominated J M Richardson and EdI ward Fenncll for reelection as prison commissioners ann Miss Pauline Helm Hardla for reelection as State LibrarI- An In pursuing hfs own Investigation of the Scbley case President Roosevelt summoned for conference Capt Clark and Rear Admiral Taylor who com sanded the Oregon and the Indiana in the Santiago fight The republican members of the com mittee having the Philippine tariff In charge have decided to reduce the tar ItT on Philippine exports to the United States to the extent of the export tax Imposed in the Islands Gov White of Wes Virginia has named commissioners to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Tbe appoint tents are made with theunderetandinp tnat the State Is to Incur no financial obligations without legislative Banc tbD No democrat in Kentucky can find just cause to complain of tbo nomina tion of former Gov McCreary for Uni ted States Senator Ho has been ever a loyal party man ant has done die tinguished service for his State and country Owensboro Messenger Secretary Root is said to be strongly opposed to commercial reciprocity be tvTeen the United States and the Phil ippines on the ground that such action would destroy the open door policy of this country In those provinces of China controlled by European nations President of the Senate Utley made Senator George T Farris chairman of the committee on charitable institu tions and made him a member of tbe appropriation rioting reapportion log legislative districts revenue taxation rules and suffrage and elec lions committees Our Senator was pretty well cared for The bill tor a Capitol appropriation has been drawn and was to have been Introduced by Representative Holland today It creates a commission of sev en members and a secretary vjlth tbeI treasurer and auditor as exofflclo members A special tax of ii cents on each 8100 valuation is to be levied for six years but 810000 Is to be made Immediately available for tbe preparation of plans designs and other preliminary work Tbe estimated cost of the Capi tolls 81000000 THIS AND THAT The test well being drilled by the Baker Farm Oil Company in Knox county developed the existence of a second layer of sandstone at a depth of 13UO feet W H Culton who testified for the Commonwealth in the Howard case at Frankfort was closely questioned by tho attorneys on both sides and he told more of the murder conspiracy than at any of the previous trials Culton ad mitted that be had taken men to the House of Representatives on orders from Taylor and It was agreed at a consultation with Taylor that Senator Hlckman Speaker Trlmblo and Repre sentative Cantrlll were to be killed- I He testified that he carried a message from Taylor to Grant Roberts and Hen ry Youtgey urging them to leave Frankfort His testimony at previous trials as to conversation with Howard was reiterated as MIDDLEBURG InevJ B Ferrell preached at lobe aptlsl church Sunday and Sunday night Two years ago we were steeping on tbe ground every night with nothing but a blanket and poncho At a business meeting of tho Baptist church Saturday evening Rev J B Perroll was unanimously called to the pastorate for the ensuing year Asocial was given at Mrs Poll LawI horns at oseratto Saturday night ing well attended by the young folksI A most enjoyable time Is reported E A and Dudley Wesley brothers I busloessjTbelLiberty between Hartwell and Kldes StoreISteuben Godbey of this city a student at Danville Is doing some versa tile work as exchange editor on the Central University Cento which la tho olllcla organ of that Institution Heeklab Lucas and Mrs Km Fred crick each have three children down with the scatlot fever though at pres ant it seems to bo In a lighter form than cases The other sick oovalefclnIare School at the Mtddloburg Normal College Is progressing nicely A Dumber of new students were eTrolled last week and more are expected to enter this week The prospects for a good school are encouraging J W Mclntosb formerly of Yosemite and who went to the Texas oil lelds about a year ago Is reported to lave sold his Interest In n venture for 1100000 Mr McIntosh left here with only a few hundred dollars Ho brother a 1nlaw ul J 0 and W T Cou- lter and has five children hero It Is not generally known that Gen J Franklin Bell who Is making so much history In the Pblllpplnes Is a Kentucklan but suchls the case He went to the Philippines in OS as a cap tain of cavalry and later was made col onel of the 30th Infantry of volunteers Ho was promoted for daring heroism and distinguished service on countle s fields of conflict and was advanced over 700 numbers when made a brigadier general Casey democrats are well pleased with the selection of Gov James ll McCreary for United Stator Senator as they had but one choice tbe MadUon county statesman With two such rop reseniallvcs In the upper house as Mc Creary and Blackburn Kentucky Is sure not to go by default on that soon i Both of them to their credit let It bo said are Confederate veterans and den ocrats true as steel No honor Is too great or emoluments too high for the surviving heroes of the Lost Cause for heroes they all are It Is quite a leap from give em hell boys to the spoiling book but such la lobe case again wltb tbe writer who again entered school yesterday We have only put in a fuw weeks school work since our 17th year having quib school early in the spring of OS to shoulder a rifle After being mustered out of the Spanish American war wo again entered school only to remain four weeks when we again bade fare well to monotonous books to follow Un cle Sams fortunes In foreign lands As to whether we profited by so doing time alone will tell but we are earnest ly Sincere when we say we are forever done with the military or anything of that taint n D Glfford county surveyor and who lives near Mlntonvltle tells the writer of a spring near the Green Riv er Knob and on Henson Creek which Is a tributary of South Fork from which gas is continually spurting This has been going on since tbe recollec tion of the oldest citizen and it Ie the general belief that both oil and gas abound In abundance ecsels bave been set over the spring upside down when In a taw minutes the gas current would get so strong as to lift It away Vessels have been laid over the spring then an elder stem hollowed out fas tened Into d hole in the vessel tho gas going up through the stem and match es applied when It would burn like an ordinary gas jet The people In the neighborhood are confident that not only oil and gas but cowl also abound In sufficient quantity to warrant the In vitation of prospectors Any one in terested should call on or address Mr Glfford at Mlntonvlile A Striking Summary Joseph Cook not long before his death at the requests of the editor cf the Christian Endeavor World wrote I this characteristic message for Christ Endeavorers Mans life means Tender teens- Teachable twenties Tireless thirties Fiery forties Forcible fifties Serious sixties Sacred seventies Arching eighties Shortening breath Death The sod God George B Keicham the owner and driver of Cresceus announced that dur ing the year ho received more than 870000 IB purses and for exhibitions given in various parts of the country by Cresceus t rK w NEWS NQTES Several cates of smallpox developed In Mentfeo county The twoyearold child of D B Sal yore a Bath county farmer was burned todeathArthur Fraree of SI Joseph Mich Is dead after smoking 30 cigarettes daily for 12 years At Fuller a Negro sbot and perhaps fatally Injured John Gentry a country merchant In Fayctic There are 10 murder cases on tbo docket of the Wbltley circuit court which bcgunyeilorday Fire In the J F Well branch of Iho American Malting Company at Chica go caused a loss of 8276000 Mme Lillian Nordic sustained aI bruised shoulder and strained back In a wreck near Reeves Station Ga Twenty six persons died In Woodford county during the yaar 1901 who were 70 years old and over says the Ver sautes Sun An Indianapolis man claims to have perfected a device whereby a person using a telephone may see and bu teen as well as talk hear and ba heard During the last decade and Joe 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 arc preparing to boro for oil In the valley of Mexico They believe the field will rival that of Beaumont Tex A family consisting of a man his wife and five children was burned to death In a IJr1l10 Buffalo and the owner of the house and his brotherinlaw are being held pending an investiga lion Schley and Santiago is the naro of a book that will be issued by Geo Graham the wellknown war corn pondont In a few day It Is In tbo press of a Chicago printing bouse now Prof Lombard of Ann Arbor In structor of physiology In the University of Michigan believes that he has located the dwelling plaoa of the soul In tbe spinal column He has arrived at this conclusion alter many months ot experiments with frogs Medical authorities In Manila be llevo that much df the Illness and breaking down of the troops In the Philippines Is due to homoslokneutad plans are on foot for a brief dally cable ssrvloa of American news little ot wbloh reaches even Mani- laffiATRIr It Is claimed that the bride of Chaun oey Depew Is heiress to an estate of 860000000 In Holland The Duke of Manchester paid Miss Portia Knight 85000 and she withdrew her suit against hlraor alleged breach of promise Walter Webb tbe clever Jumbo mer chant and Miss Maggie MoHardy one of Lincoln countys most accomplished toaohers will be married tomorrow There Is a remarkable case of youth ful marriage In Brooklyn H W Ole selmann In appealing for the annul ment of bis sons marriage says the son was a father at 13 Love Is a day With no thought of tomorrow Love s a joy With no thought of sorrow Love Is to glvo Wltn no thought of receiving Love Is to trust Without quite believing r Disease and danger lurk In the vital or gans The blood becomes vitiated and the general health ie undermined when ever the 6 to roach and liver fail to perform their functions as nature intended HER BINE will tone up the stomach regulate tho liver where other preparation only ro have Price CO cents Pennys Drug Stqje Forfamlly used nnmberlesswsye BAli LARDS SsowXiNiMKNrU a useful and valuable moody Pries 25 and CO cents Pennys Drug Store Mrs D B tbo Kirkevlllc section raised 120 barrj of corn on 10 reaL w L Bacon of Bowling Green has a mule C8 years old bo sa- ve2YearOldA Heifer Hloclt camo to my place some days ago Owner can get her by paying for her keep and this notice- D IJ IIOITZOLAW Grab Orchard PUBLIC J3ALB Stock of General Merchandise at public snit at Pnrks villo Ky Saturday Jan 25 1902 Clean and select stock Established busi ness at old stand which can be rented Sate as a whole to highest and best bidder to sot tle estate of O S Parks deceased Lot of locust shingles lumber an organ buggy pole and double harness and Other articles to be sold at same lima I Terms of Sale On credit good notes with approved security duo in from 3 to 12 months or for part cash and such notes or for ullxa h to suit purchaser W J PIllOE Ky T J Kugllsh Auctioneer r JY A Chance in a Life Time ntoIThe last big stile is going on now at Racket Store I have just returned from the city where I pu chased the entire bankrupt stock of A Schulman consisting of mens boys and childrens clothing hats and II ladies mud gents furnishings hoots and etc This will be ono of the greatest 8hoeSIover attempted in tho history of Mens suits 1218 worlh fG Young mens suits 11 03 worth J5 Hoys lulls sizes B to 16 for 9Sa worth 12 and 3- Mens overcoats go at 12 liS Ladles capes and Juukels at 26o on tho dollar Knee punts at ICo a fl shirts for 3c f1 underwear for 300 M hate for 116 II hale for 46c 7f c storm rubber for 2fic Ladles and incus rubbers for 16c The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor for sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Hogon Lumber Good Milk Cow Ac 4Visitfr 1I n to1taeWs ev e ry yore + Stanford Kentucky I if you want anything in thj Jewelry linotjThe goos are all uptodate Tho pricOS I low when you consider tho quality und Whatever flairI you buy is strictly whatait is represented A CLEARANCE SALE t COSTis i This will include Overcoats mad Clothing Dry GoodsIBoots 11111 Shoos and other goods too numerous to s mention in this ad Heres An example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale is for cash No goods charged at thoset1prices so dont ask it Sale Thursday January IGth 1 t202fTHE MARIES WHEELER fMPORIUMI HUSTONVILLE I r Our Line of za- e Groceries Hardware Chinaware QucQnswnro Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected line that could bo had I is now on DisplayfGEORGE H FARRS gg r r I W B McROBERTS t e f DRUGGISTIKeeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very Rea 4 I sonable Prices r r OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KYIComplete Lino Oi j Ledgers Journals Day- Books I Blotters N Etc Etc Get our prices before you buy WeIcan save you money CRAIG HOCKER L 1 a r I rTHEINTERIOR JONAL STANFORD KY JAN 14 1002 In fllllnjr your prescriptions wo uao thetionenOL do better It yon paid ui double tho f4price which la always rcaeoaablo Pen Drug Storo PERSONALS I JOHN P JoNEs went to Cloclnnatl today 1 Mil IL D MAIIONV wont to Allcoton 1 today Die W U ODANNON went to Llv Inptlorf today Mil W MIOYNTHllof Ml Veroon was hero today J H Musts of Wlnohoitor woe with old Irleods horn U D DiltailT II assisting In John has had a tevoro CotASIILOCK hero of Lanoas of Danville Lypn Mns JAUCS F CUMMINS Is visiting OrebardI James businessIfor Nashville to enter a dental college MlSSKATE DOLE of nustonvlllo Is visiting Miss Emma Uunn at Colum blaMISS I FRANCIS ADAMS II spending a olweak with relatives In fluetonvlllc I Miss MAKQAHBT HOCKBH of Ian sae City le visiting Mill Ltlllo M1iei IlaDanville MlSSTQMMie FIIANOIS of lancu tor was the guest y itorday ot Miss Mary Uruce ATTORNEY JOHN T HAYS ot Lancaster took the train hero for Harbour villa Saturday TUB Mlddlciboro viMrsr atlas font week DR J O lAHKBK of Dutonvllle was berayoMorday sad left a ntH order for stationary MIBB DORA IlAUailMAN left Satur I day to visit her sister Mrs Newman I Burke alOwensboroS- QUIHB JOHN lUiLKY and George tIDeedlot of Washington county wore harp at court yotord y Mil T M WIIITK writes to have bis paper changed from Cyntnlana to 941 Fifth Strtet Loulsvlllo MIL AND MRS J L Y 41801 Hu- w taovllle leave Jan 16 for Seattle t Wash where they will reside t MR S L Iluunmr U moving hi load sod ehattles from byte to tho Withers farm on Laneaitor pike TUB regular messing of the W C T- willU be hold with hire W 11 OUan 1 non at 230 Wednesday afternoon Mil M KLIIERT UAHIHR ol Huston villa Is bare loading four carloads ot hay ho Is shipping to Saulsbury N OI j JSimamong College the now matriculates the Aij Mils J C CooiKR ol Livingston was down Sunday to sea her husband i 1 f who Is being treated at Joseph Price Infirmary 1 Mil F PIERCE COMIIRST of Case Yf whoso oqly fault consuls lo bU beluga republican was ono of the court day crowd yesterday ENCLOSED 11 for my paper Poe E let It stop Its like shaking hands xl old friends write our old friend J I K Carson now of Bliss O T s srii RcadlcR Club will meet Satur day w ith Miss Jennie Warron All members aro requested to come aa Im portent business ls to be attended to JKSSE RIFFS CAHPENTEK son of Mr T L Carpenter of too Wet End taken a position with A B ItoSIhal it Dro the Danvlllo W F PHILLIPS of Clay county nero yesterday Ho took tho cop 11was for Frankfort where bo will apaas p wltncsi In tho Howard case p W GARTER from Westcllffo Col who has been homo on a visit to his parental returned Welt Dr Carter camo homo In time to enoy tho Christ mae holidays HAWKINS Disuor of Hustonvlllo iwho was a star at right end last fall 4 gone to toulvlJle expentng- matriculate U In tbo radical departmo- f rLexington Democrat Mit ALLEN L UURRIS of Colorado I CrawfordI r q many who regret to give him and his family up GREELEY LUTES has accepted a Jo Bltlon with M J Hoffman of Williamsburg as foreman of his farm d v Moreland Ho Is bathing at present but from a11 accounts and tho houio 04 hold furniture ho bas been buying lately lead many to bcllovo that this bach loll business wont last long K- MR G D McCOLLUM of Junctl City has returned from a proepectl trip through Oklahoma Ho Is pleas with too country but made no Invest meats Ho visited tho Shelbys and Mr I and Mm T L Lilian while there says all ot thorn are doing eplendl- a are highly pleased with their b 1location Advocate yy LOCALS iOLDFoil BALEA safe thrco how casq and an olllco desk Mrs D W Van d veer Ii ABSOLUTELY nothing was done ln county court yesterday It was ajr breaker H KM KM I Kit tbo std fiddlers contest GoandsatTuEWGloriedpostponed until tomorrow LAND SALE eon sold Mf farm ot 140 sores near Highland to lobo W Spires yesterday for 81200 ofWthi hotel building at Ottenhalm bad ni narrow escapo from burning tho other day se jTHERE la more lumber at Moreland than theta has been In 10 years and scores of wagons are adding more each day WILL sell you millet clover eat tim oily bay corn coro chop shlpitutr law and straw Cheap Pot each J H Baughman k Co + IlOHHlliLE A fouryearold child ot Rev James Edwards of the Icrryvlllo section tell Into a bouts of boiling wa ter and was locale burned ONE poor fellow asks that bis name bo withheld was put in jail yes tcrday for drunkenness The diet are rest tor that causa Inthrae court dope KILLED Mr Charles Trub tells us t laecrumaokfolio building the Catbollo church at pttonhelm was killed at Colombia SA FOR SALlU y want buy tba best storehouse and the beet stock of goods In tho bOlt little town tn Ken Lucky address James Fryo Huston lla Ky THE iNrbuioR JOURNAL and the- lwloeaWeele CourUr Journal for DryaneCommoner throe for 635 YOU aro oxpeotoil to pay your account at loco Please do to All ac clone not pelt by Jan 16th will bo placed In an attorneys hands for col lection Hsailey Dros HKNRY LKRNHR Uanallle has vaoateopen a sec nnd hand olothlng store Mr Morris Freed ALL claims against the oty of Stan tort must be tiled with the finance com mUtee Councilmen M D Klmoro and Cicero Reynolds three days before each regular meeting of the city coun all L R Hughes clerk 3t FlNED Sjim Owens Hooker E ames George Helm and Will Craigi were lined 15 each for umping on a train Will Leo caught a til tine for whipping a woman and George Owsley IS for drunkenness EDMISTONS pure homo made tact on sate at Tanner J Sons M v J W Perrlo Stanford Cftib L Mo DrugStoreCo Mt Salem and 0 D King More land tbrA CALL meeting ot the Warrc rlgatjq C aptcr of tbo U p C Is reo q for tbmorrbw Wednesday af lernoon to meat with Mrs J C Hays 6ttgsdaacodaalred to is bo transacted THE State agent at LouUvlllo told tanford gentleman tho other day th Mr H U Mohony ot the Continental agesont n da re glad to know that ho Is making such a floo record FIRe D Levin dwelling near Ot tonbolm burned at noon Saturday a coneumtddefcctlvo leaves Mr LevIn in bad shape and trill appreciate It If his friends will como 16 hit rescue ntM1R A 9toeNofthe Hubble section tolls us that bo has never beard of tho feather beds that foil from his wagon whlla moving up from Pu laskl Ho says be seeds them this cold weather and will greatly appreciate i ormation that may lead to their recov wry TIlE quarterly meeting J ofthe C trot Kentucky Medical Society wilt hold at Hustonvlllo Thursday ne when Drs J F Peyton and J G KrIn In Ohioan for tbo yottr will bo elected I No TRUTH IN ITIt was reported Engineedar In a wreck at New Haven but wo arc ladI to state that there was no truth In tho Orliveny engineer on tho road j REDUCED price on lap robes J C lary A4dreelocka r COOK stoves with Ivoyear written guarantee Dro back John Bright Jr- kCo + FOR RENT Either of my two rest I i WWaltonr I MY house opposite Dr Cooks fo EarpWlnchestel SOCK some coal If you need It Wo wont carry a largo tock this year J H Haughman L Co- LUCILLESIIfiTl3Aoothgr bllr ot our famous II nnn sklrts Just roo John P Jones LUTTHR heads printed and padded aL- Sl 60 per thousand up envelopes 812S per thousand np This olllce THREE cotta Ire ono on Logan and two on Whitley Avenue for rent Four nod six rooms Dr J F Peyton BUY your coal theroads aregoon This pretty weather will Dot lea4 always J n Baughman dt Co STOREROOM on L street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL entrance for root Apply at this oQlco DONT buy anv e demos and laces until you sep CI reOur lno till season will be prettier than over and still the best John P Jones FAREWELL tYAItyN01t all taxes on city property aro not paid by Jan 20 forINOTIOEI have sold to George Weathorford of Huntoovllle all tbo old Mock whisky I had 85 barrele There U no ono else In Lincoln count lwho has at y II C Mock lk SOME scoundrel ought to door at a ropes end killed a One filly for Den Wilmot Saturday night Tboanl male skull was oru bml MV Wllm had nat refused 636 for her MRS L C BROCK who taught an elooutlon class hero a number ot yea ra ago Is soliciting tense for Caleb Pow are benefit She got Into 6113 at Maysvllle In a little while It Is not unlikely that ego will visit Stanford JIM the 10yearold pot oat of M Henry Blankonsblp of the Preachers Villa section bad a bard tit the oIhe day and had to be killed Mr D oar nollbborilQfA4aTim Fair Company will bopen for business Thursday next with Mr T D RJDOV la charge The above com pang bought a good portion of Sever ance fc Sons stock and are busy move tog It and opening Heir goods Mr Will Severance will be found at the blodak customers as long as tbo goods ho has on hand last s THE Danvllllo Advocate says that John U Meier of this place was Little Britain looking for location i other but Mr Meier told us thIeatiymorning that be was nof He val in Daovlllo with Ocar flu II men and whllo ho did oot cloo bU eyed when bo clltY some the pretty stores ho had no thought hooting a location and wanted none bnsetotown In tbo State It hoe at last reach cd the point with the Advocate that when a Stanford man looks at the town oocobatand movo Into It 6IN SPOTLESS YN9 musical attires by Mr Boyle Woolfolk will bo produced at the Danvlllo opera bouse by a home talent company Friday night next Including the shores tho company will bo composed of about of tbo society people of the town e tho rem rkablo success of the rehear solo up u tbo present Indicate that It overAoth put reseryedhawill bo given under the auspices of the B P Q E 075 Ae Saxwas bahd will furnish the music for the perform anee the young men aro promoting a dance to take place at the Gibber Ho tel afjpr tho show SHOT His SON Hasty of the hisnson Fronk Hasty In the head lato Saturday afternoon but It Is not thought nil wooberga xtand Leisure who came to his athouse and missed them and his son caught tbo load as abovo elated Tbo Leisure boys returned fire but did no damage It Is claimed that tho Lois urcs went to Hasty and attempted to make some women there go with them to another house and that Testy ordered them away Words followed and Hasty used his gun Sheriff M S Baughman and Deputy C B Owens arrested the Leisures Saturday nlgbt and placed them ID jail At their trill before Judge W R Carson this morn leg George Leisure was held in 8100 and Joo caught a fine of 615 0 i PRETTY winter weather this Cold bright and dry I FOR RENT1NT FurnUhed or uofurnl b- cd rooms on tbo second floor of there Ideoceof T nf Pennlngtoo it WITH hearty cooperation on tho part of Casey and Uustonvlllo citizens Mr James Frye would build an electric LibertyVlby awlsro has sold some half dozen times Watts Trlbble who bought him outtwo weeks ago sold back to him Friday afternoon and tho doctor Is again behind the counters We are glad to state that InStho may engaim In other business hero u LAND STOCK CROPS ETC 1 C nays sold to J T Carson 27 calves at 8J2 Frank North bought 33 calves at ell here yesterday J Nevln Carter bought of J C Reid 50 QDcolt died ot colic MJ Farrl8 bought 41 good cattle hero yesterday at 4e Fourteen ood feeding cattle for sole E P Woods Stanford Frank Nortb bought of S K Dud dorar six calves for Ifo James Rambo lollra boron to a Dan vlllo party yesterday far 193 J T Embry sold a car load ot two year oy mules In Atlanta et63Q Thomas Pence bought of J Mt Robert a lot of SOOpound cattle at Jc Carter Bros sold to W B Burton of Lancaster a pair of mules for 600 faDby J T aoJ S J Embry Jr bought of S H Baugbman 10 mixed still at I25 leG D MoCollum of Junction City spit to JT Meek a sorrel mare for 200 ofThe Memphis Jockey Club hoe added a new stake kuown ns the Schley stake Coffey Bros ot Adair sold to Pern barton tko of Hardln two geldings for I400 Tire egg market is cornered at Chi calla and that staple Is bringing 30 ate per doaeo T J Curtis of Rlohmond sold no threeyearolder rFive fat 10 bead 7 to 8yearold Cunninghamhg James Camden of the West Enda gelding for 8150 J M Roberts sold 33 cattle here yes terday at 2i to 4e They ranged from yearlings to tbreoyearolds Tom U Stevens of Lexington sold to Rome Ken pass pf Cincinnati two calve by Wadswortb for 0000 Mark Hardin sold to Brannon Bcaz ley of Garrard 25 ycarllnga at 4o and to Joe Burnaldo a lot ot calves at 617 60 Sam J Dollop has bought from Jake IIugueho67160 Harrodsbnrg Democrat G A Swlnebroad bought of John Spoonamore JS hogs at 41 to 6Jc of L C Dunn a mull for 85250 and of other parties a lot ofbutcher stuff at 2 GO E P Eaulconer will this week begin ofthe erectldo of stables In which to hold his loran and jack sales the first one which will occur March 6 6 and 7 Advocate W I Scott of Shelby bn sold another bf his cSlebrated Jersey cows fur 650 This makes three ho has recently sold for 61Ollbor an av orago of513333each Jerald Mock bought of Dso McCul lum of Junctton City a road mare for 6304 W B Burko sold to Galnes Jt Hawkins of Lawronccburgi 100 cotta at 3c Danvlllo Keay Allen sold to J J Allen 15 ndcalves at b0 to William North 14 yearlings at 831 to Allen Held eight yearlings at 820 and to various parties horn yesterday ofi cattle ay 3i to 9c The Central Stook Yards Co of Lou Isvllle has brought suit for an intone owflan In tbo United States court against the L L N to compel to receive bill ship and deliver cattlo to the complain antJames McKechnlo has bought G B Barnetta farm near Hubble forMfraN- J Sloan of Wayne county The farm contains 125 acres and the price 656 Mrs Sloan will move from Wayno to Hubble Advocate COURT DAY Thero were 150 cattle at A D Florences pone yesterday and all were sold Good steer calves brought 811 to 812 50 some twoyear olds 4Jc hollers 2jo and butcher stuff about 30 At 1 M Brucon pens tbero chsnFedhaodeand sold at 3 to 3Jc W T Tucker who already has a floe herd of Hereford cattle got In throe daises last week Ho bought a bull and two betters from Glltner Bros of Eminence at a very fancy prlco They are all by the great bull Acrobat slro of tbo highest prlco heifer over sold Mr Tucker is a great admirer of Hero fords and Is getting together a fine collection j of theme JJ j WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902- I j As Inducement we offer a complete stock inI sell every department at prices that will theirgenerousbusIncesQuccnslvttrcShelf 1 kinds Economist Range Cook and i Heating Stoves Etc Alsq Tlmooillydelivery to phono orders Corner Opera Route Block JOIN BRIGHT JR C 0 It t tfi S t- ft tI Ij If ij I If fl 5 pad NEW HATSitP 008fl n fI tiH Spring Shipment and 5 rli- JA Spring Styles+ itItI Newest Things Out e r 1 1Line of Stetsons nRftkt1oY r S always be found here I i 68xijtw H J McROBBRTS 4 ta t R tY 1 A Iae ti o u JJ s 1i YU lttQ Cf 0 b r r M i m l iD i jC7 Dont forget we are I Closing Out the remainder of ourks stock at- RidiculouslyI Low Prices I as the business must I i be wound u prat onc- eSeverance m I E19Eif sons j CLOSING OUT I lave decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The rcad ers of this paper know the kind and quality of the goods I handle and while Inm waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods you hav6 an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONV1LLEI Next Great Auction Sale of I FINE HORSE Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky February 6 7 aid 8 1902 Sale limited to 300 horsesnot how many but how good If you have one or more good horses of any kind to sell let us know at once FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky d 1 1 U1 THE NTFH10R JOURNAL Kntered n the pottoffice at Stanford at toondctai matirr tb1t axaTnaiaporad2xisavv 1 PER YEAR CASHu W When not toptldfflSOO wilt bechtrtcd MIKNOX- VILLE DIVISION No21 Train going NortbMM 11IS s m No 26II II2Ma Te Not II South 12atam NoM I2S2pm For s111oints KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION atIMtnNot 4 IMTM Stanford Nop 5 rrlTej at Stanford 115 a m NolluftO Stanford at 230 p ui R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky Offlceover Higeins McKlnneya Stor Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinnoy w w KyM- nkonnd keep constantly on band the best of Flour Moat Shlpstulf IJran Chick en Teed Aa Prices very reasonable Cues tom grinding peclalty D V Kennedy c Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 81 acres situated on the Stan fort and Ottcnhclui pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with excep tlon of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fens leg timber though no dwelling only a coin I crib It is a very desirable little place Will Bell at 525 per acre Call at this once I FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T R Bright A Co Will hold on February 190 a big JACK 1 BALE at which time Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass Jacks i solicited H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSSSJHPrors JUNCTION CITY KV Turnouts aFirstClass Reasonable Rates Special Attentlun to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Vitae Ore lDoyou know what It 1st If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa per or addressing Too NOKL Geolo gist hicago I I or N H Boo IE Agt Marksbury K- yMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid ta le Ererr ling first class Porters meet all trains 89 POSTEDT- he following persons have their lands posted ano they will punlih to the full ex tent of the law any person or persons found tresspaulngW J H ft O A Peasants O P Newland H F Newland W n Hlgglns O LOrow E P Woods J K Bruce Ueo D Hopper 8 H Uaughmsn R O Mocker J B Hooker A S ilroaddus Mrs J M White J W Haughman J W Adams 8 T Harris W P Too Joseph Ballon J M Adams J O Horton T A Rica MlssMaryPepplcs Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W F Amon J B Foster Ernest Ullmann David Stephens Aaron nail Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint andrepair your- buggy carriage or wagon In IIntc1tyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H ORKER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist I Stanford Ky 00cwuve UdWbertPrug Inthe Owtlev huhd- ingStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tlonal thank of Hustonvllle will be held at their banking house In Huttonvllle the 2nd Tuesday In January IOU between 9 and 12 of electing directorsA M for the to seno the ensuing J W HOOKER Cashier FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney Itt idence has six rooms two porches In front and there are all necessary out buildings A bargain for cash t nSr- J 11 VANUOOK McKinney Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated near Teutons Well contains about SO acres and Is now occupied by Sam uel Bishop Has fair house of 4 rooms and the outbulldlnlts are In good repair Spring and well both close to house Land Is la a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow IS acres in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms H cash balance 1 and 2 yens COLUMBUS BISHOP Shelby City Ky J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STRNFOKO KY New and Stylish Turnontsat Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 96 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLBSY Manufacturer of BRIGAnd i Lime Cement c o Write For Prices J+ G+ MccJMY TJNDERr AXEa EMBALMER And Dcalearln SABNESS SADDLERY SsC Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fs HAYST- JUDEBTAKEBS 7 S ALSO DK1LHI IK FttrnitureMattingsRugS And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN I Eye Specialist of Louisville will be atISt Asnpli Hotel Monday Jan 27th to Fell 112I I Six days only Eyes examined and glasses sclentlflcallycadjusted I Office hour II a m to t p m ffi yl3 N TilE evanescent beauty of a winter mornings glow Come the footsteps of the New Year oer the light and fleecy snow And a happy wel come soundetb from the steeple guarded chimes And prophesy the tuneful bells the dawn of better timesIIn the splendor of stars have 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 glad New Year The old year passes slowly like ft vision of the night With Its evershaded sorrows and Ita pies urn dimly bright In Its footsteps all around us lie a peoplsi tears Impearld And lie dark and silent passage la the joy of all the world Let the bells that ring Its going greet ths Infant New Years birth May Its dawn proclaim an era that shall brighten all the earth Let every land beneath the sun from trou ble 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 ths banner of the tree To the future that It brings us to the days that ceme apace We trust the mighty destiny that doth Invest our race In the flushes of Its dawning ws can an- a grander tame Than that whose halo gtldatodayourcoun trys deathless name In the brightness and the beauty of the years Initial morn Beneath the Sag oUt fathers gave a newer day Is born nail the years auspicious dawning let all strife and cavil cease May every aword be burled neath the blended bloom of peace May every son of freedom stand erect today and hear With lifted soul the chimes that ring the morning of the year From far Alaskas whitened coast to where the waving pines Their shadows shed where nobly stood the serried battle lines From Maine Immortal surges with their legends still untold To where the Sacramento cleaves a para dlss of gold Ring out 0 chimes your gladness let reJ- oicing rule the land sod holds the New Year blessings In the hollow of His hand Hs bath guarded well our country from the days of long ago When knelt the Pilgrim Fathers In the New Years fleecy snow Each year bath brought us grandeur and f the one before us now Will set another star of fame upon Colum bias brow Dtholdl with added glory now the nation doth appear In the bright and matchsplendor of the dawning of the year It dawns for every mortal on the land and on the sea Its light Is shed on every path that leads to liberty rhesunllght of Ita morning falls alike on but and spire And kindles In the heart of man a new and holy fire Lot It marches to the anthem that the Choir Immortal sings And every tongue may prophesy the blessings that It brings From east to west from north to south throughout our country dear Let the proudest and the humblest greet the dawning of the year T C HARBAUail A GOOD BECOMMEKDATION hI have noticed that the sale on Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Is Most Invariably to those who have once dlhensale Mr J IL Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recommendation could any medicine have than or people to call fort when again In need of such a remedy r Try them wh n you feel dull after eating when you have a bad tame iii your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you era certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which theyaQbrd For sale by Craig Uocker druggists The pleasing newg comes from Lex ington that Will Walton the tpendld newspaper man sod accomplished gen Oman whose honesty and fairness are known always to be present when bo takes hie pencil in haod Is to assume control of tbo Morning Democrat Lex ingtons already excellent paper That ho will give Lexington a splendid pa per will not be doubted by anybody who knows him Bowling Green Journal Duluth la a peculiar city Its popu lation ls about 70000 yet the length of tbe Incorporated town along the lake- front le 28 miles Ire width ranges from one to two miles CHURCH MATTERS On January 27 Bishop Dudley will have completed 27 years service ut Bishop pt Kentucky Rev John H Uoywoouj for 40 vcara pastor of tho Church of tho Messiah and father of tbo LouUvlllo High Schools Is dead in that city There will be a called meeting at Gosben church next Saturday at 2 1 M and all members are requested to bo present as Important business la to bo attended to The ladles of the churches In Ken tucky have been very successful In their etTorts to raise 8 5000 for Keu tucky University to establish a wo mans chair St BartholomowV Episcopal church of Now York City has the largest In come of any church In America It amount tojBlSSOOO of which pew rents bring In 144000 The Baptists of Glasgow Junction assisted by tho Rove T J Ham of Scottsvillc and J U Grimes of Cave City bavo organized church at that place 25 members coloring into tbo organ lisilon DRMN FOOD NONSENSE Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by tho most competent authori ties They have allly no tion that one kind of food la needed fot brain another for luutcio and still an other for boms Acorrctdtct will not only nourish a particular tart of the body but it wllliustain every other part Yet however our food may be its nutriment is destroyed by Indigestion or dyspepsia You must for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular Greens August Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few dUllS side dt gestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens remedies at Pennys Drug Store Got Greens Special Almanac in his letter forwarding money for his paper to Jan 1 1003 Mr L L Dawson formerly of this county but now a guard In tho Jefferson City Mo prison says We have been reading tho paper over since ll was drat pub lished by Seph Campbell who by the waywas my wlfen Sunday school teacher way back yonder but dont tell him It will make him appear oldl Wo bavo 2000 prisoners now 03 wo non We have bad lovely spring weather since Jan lit My boat wish es to you and all the boys II W P Walton is again at the helm of the Lexington Democrat having purchased the controlling stock of the paper and assumed control There Clan be no doubt of the Democrat demos racy uuder the able management of the Old War Horse and tho Courier wishes him and his paper unbounded success Danville Courier An attractive woman thrives on good exerIciwith health and her face blooms with beauty When troubled with a costive habit she takes a few doses of Jh RBI r In cleanse her system of all impurities Price 50 cents Pennys Drug Store The oldest newspaper In the world Is Kin Pau published at Ickln China It rae established over 1000 years ago supposedly by Col Craddook who for i bo past Opo years has been running a paper at Paris Dover News Praise the bridge that curies you over either a flood or cough UALLAHDH IIotiEtioUND SvRurhss brought so mnny over throat and lung troubles such is coughs cold bronchia B etc that its raises are sung everywhere Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store- r r TABLEna UVCKKYE PlIR OlSTMrXT hu been thoroughly tested for many years for this most dis and Is a positive cure tressing and embarrassing cf troubles Price 50 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Thug Store T f100 UEWAllU 1100 The readers ot this will l pleased to learn at t hes is at lent one dreaded dleea set ataceantl- Ibat ence I b CatarrhlnaWsCaarhaCursIs tb only cities curs to fraternityy- itarrh being a Ootllutlonal dlleu requires a oonllIulloo1 treallnoL IIIUa Catarrb Ortl I tb blood glvldogrots4o tloo tbe and assisting nature Iqdotog 1 work The have w much faith In Its euuthroproprietors they olfer one hundred Dollars for any wen cue that It falls to cure Send Ior list ot tee tlmonlils Address YJ CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold by drunliu 75c Halls Family lllla are the bust CARSON PENCE rr DEALBUS IN Carriages Buggies Ph e= tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Pull and complete stock of the aboe always on hand and art sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes I S I I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK If CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO Directors J n Iaxton J n Owsley 8 II Shanks t J 0 lays Kd Carter Successors to The Partners Hank A Trust under Mine management for M years WO Hoping auch business relations will prove mutually bcnvllclal First National BanksCtioUal Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Title Institution was originally established as the IkjxwU Hank of In 18i8 then reorganized as tho National Rank of Stanford In UIIS and again reorganized as tho Irat National Hank of Stanford In less laving had practically an unlnler ruptei existence for U years It Ie better supplled now with facilities for transact lag buslne promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable carver Accounts of and Cor Solicited Ir1ntTakiPifiii IIboWtls enough regular action make secured atheir functions ural agitation cathartics livereIncreasing doses attain I I liver Fever and form Malarial Bilious and Fevers permanent FIFTY curtIr 0 hp P H- ro pIZO QOH J1 rcbDS opt 0P I I I I I I I I I I I A RUBBER DOCTOR q Oompanyanll SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Individuals Fiduciaries porations Ca II E home without n Hot Water Bottle lacks that something which needed hour day or night A rubber that applies beat M nothing Well wrapped will keep hours HEAT HELPS most pain Equalizes circulation relaxes muscles nerves With a water bottle you have belt a temperature Those offer made as they should beof finest Para rubber with n forced seams sizes every at u barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky +4 IIII + + IIIIIIIIIIHH +++ Officers 8 H BIIANKS President I J II OW8LKV Cashier W M IIUIGIIT Anst Cashier I l Officers J 8 IIOOKKU treat J J ilcllOIlKUTB W H VKAUKN llkpr Directors K Lincoln Co s T Harris Lincoln J 8 Hooker Lincoln Oo W I Walton Lincoln Oo J II Collier Crab Orchard 311 Rlmore Stanford J W Haydvn Stanford l B II llauRhman Stanford T P Stanford IloblnMin Hubble Tlitytemporanly by onstlpaUonI cannot be wild the bile to Interlines J natural m Ur nat caused Impels to the results nets on the f cures Chills j and every of Remitting nterfImilting and going to the seat tIc i trouble works r4 fi 0 H CD f li CD Q III II III 11s may be any of the soft yielding ban else can warm for any tho and soothes the hot can heat at Its scorching and steady even wo are rol All and size t Cbr Reid Co 11111 Jss sure but the by tnll by cf No Livery OutfitFor Sale I with to sail my Hvvv baslnns at Me Kinney and will make the price right to the buyer AlA having a gnod trade but dont like the Imslnwu Wrltn or all for partic ulan JOHN COULTKU MeKlnney COALII have decided to resale at Itawland this winter and continue In the seal buslnms J am better prepared than ever to handle sal and ta portion or Jeer jutron age I handle the Twat grdri of Jelllco teal T L HHIILTON Ilnwlaod Ky A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bla services atIuotionoor to the people of Lincoln County will pleaseyou boih In work and HeIprice Write to Him Stockholders Meeting 1 A saoetlDK of the stockholder of tbe Llc 1a eoln ullty National link of Stanford will l bo hold at their banking house the second Tuesday In January lire for the purpoto of dectlne yearJ r FKR7VI FOR SAL otMoKlnnflYunder fence and 1 W acrcscleared Has two a dwelling with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered ac In two wholeForJ a MOIILKV McKinney Ky Stockholders Meeting PintNaUonallllnk InJanuarydirectors srJOHN Cashier FARM FOR SALE 267 Aoroa In Proach orsvillo 8mil i toodwollaand rail timber for fencing Well adaptedto stock ralllng Will divide It two bargain I ED WILKINSON Tonsorial ArtistSTANFORD KY- J4irBplendld Math Room in Connection I