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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL rVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 17 1902 3 P M NO 91 NEWS NOTES I Fire at St LouU caused a low of 250000Bn shot nod killed Kd WII liam in Morgan county Canada population according to tho cenaui of 1001 le CaOOCOO Another pusher was brought In In t the Beaumont Texas oil Holds Near Frankfort Ind Wm Plltser ibot and killed CIcra Pruitt at a dancer t Wm Ennl a Brooklyn policeman t ibot and killed bit wile and her moth or and then escaped j SiFire In tho Union station ticket olllco at destroyed over 11000000 worth of unstamped tickerICorn King Philips It again flnan dally embarrassed because of a call for heavy margins on the Chicago board Jean do Uzko has declined an offerq for a series of 40 perform 4anew In the United States next winter Chicago night schools have oloied and the day schools may have to olono I as a rebult of the oltyu poor financial conditionA In Indianapolis collapsed throwing two trolley oars Into While river Twelve passenger escaped with a wetting Boa Welch was killed and Tom Pin Iflegan and Ktl Illloy seriously Injured IIna eck on tho L k N In the South I yards I A mob made an unsuccessful attempt to lynch a Negro confined In the Flem leg county jailIHo was removed to the Frankfort jail I Three Negroes tbawed out a stick of dynamite at Wilham port Pa The funeral was held over ono suspender and a collar button Two fishermen wore adrift on the Iaoldo for 17 days without food or wa J tar one died and the other was barely alive when rescued The body of Slurffoti K Jones form or mayor of Iloanoke Va was found In the Ohio river at Huntington W fiYa Indications point to suicide a house at tlttsburg a Polish worn an was found dead and her husband and three children fatally Injured tbo result It is believed of a family fight Prince Henry of Prussia will bring Miss Alice Roosevelt a mognlloent present as a recognition of her service In christening tbo Kraperor yajht A new legation building is wanted for Minister Allen at Seoul Korea because bo is six feet two Inches tall and cant enter the door without duck lag A Kansas City Southern passenger train was heW up near SpIro I T The local exprew safe was opened but coo taUeJ llttla The mall ear was rIled ot registered mall J P Withers former president o t the American National lank of Beau moat Texas is ender arrest at Kansas City charged with the forgery of tZ 000 In eotea and stocks tie denies hie guilt The Knight Templar program for the entertainment Admiral and Mrs Schley In Louisville on Jan 90 Inoude I a carriage ride a lunch at the Penden nil Club a parade and a recaption and I l ball at the Gait flouts Judge Evans la the United State court overruled motion ot counsel for oxBanker MoKnlgbt of Louisville fa- a new trial and for arrest of judgment rendering a lengthy opinion lie leo tenced tbo prisoner to six years In the penitentiary at Nashville and Unod him tlO adding an additional year to the last sentence Imposed LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Eggs are scarce In Paris this State at 40o per dozen Lord Derby Boralma and Tbo Abbott are to meet In a 120000 match raceFive fat l6 band 7 to 8yoarold mules for silo G J Cunningham KllUburg Ky Gt Many horses and mules are dying In Warren county from a disease cauedd by eating bad corn Retorts from Buffalo are to the ef feet that tho Hamlln will dispose of i their great stable of harness racers and I quit the business D 0 Allen shipped to Cincinnati yesterday a car load of hog he at 6 to 5 40 a car load cattle for whic ho paid 3 to 3o and a car of sheep and lambs which cost him 3Jo for the ehca to 4c for the lambs J M Walter of this county ship ped the past year 630 cattle 3814 hog and t328 sheep bought In Mercer an which brought 08085 70 This does no Include 1000 cattle ho bought In Anderson county that cost 840000 I Democrat The Ilarrodeburg mills bought 3000 bushels of wheat from Ilufus and lien ry Vanarsdall and 3000 bushels at Bur 1ginat 00 cents Farmers say that wheat is looking fearfully bad A number Itollus that they plow It up and oraetblnsj else on the ground Democrat For family ueeln oumberle ways BAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENT Is a useful and valuable 25 and 50 cents Peony Drug BtorcI J KINGS VILLE D1 Crelghlon says he wants a voteele telephone anti a ktssephono since the Invention of the phototele phone Mr G A Walter our popular mer chant la speechless a temporary af fliction wo hope as the result of a sa vera oold Dr 0 M Thompson has Invented a churn of vertical movement which will makb butter within three minutes The doctor says It can not full to prove uiucccsss and bo will apply for a pat eat WO Watts who In digging a well struck a vein of water which was blood red says tbo laid is clearing to that bo soon be able to use It with Im Iwalty else for the hope of a miner Mr 00 Baker has the millinery business all to herself her competitor J M MoCarly having retired from the business and she Is proving her self equal to the demands of the feminine public- S C Carter our ono time popular station agent has returned to Freak fort after u brief visit to relative and friends here Maolr Williams former night operator here was down to see his mother last week W L MeCart went to Georgetown Tuesday One of our best citizens Henry homea told his farm of IS acres with a good house at a great sacrifice to W O Watt and with his famllI will move to Oklahoma We are unable to learn why Rev AI leo of Danville failed to till his ap pointment at tbo Christian church Sun day last Kid Berry of Henderson is expected next Sunday to fill his first appointment for tbo year An elegant dinner was served at tho residence of J M McCarty In honor of himself and bride upon their return from their bridal trip last Wednesday The deafening celebration of the boys followed as usual late In the evening The groom was generous however and the obaravarl which invariably follow a marriage In this section was toon over with RUBBLE Dr Hlckles school le still increasing in number and Interest Elder A R Mooro will fill bis pulpit at tbo Christian church Sunday after noon at 230 oclock B W Givens Is arranging to put a lot of crushed rock on this part of the Danville Lancaster plko A petition Is being circulated and ilgoed asking the change of the coun ty road from McKecbnleV to Carman branehf from Mr Sloan If theywill come and tell him who found his feather beds and olook lust between Hubble and Stan ford a few weeks ego In moving to this community Wilson Alexander bought tome etook hogs of Tllford Ms r at 4o GJ Swlnebroad bought some hogs of John Spoouamoro at 60 Bubanks ft Hubble shipped their third and last car of mule to Atlanta Thursday J J Walker sold to J O Kubank a pair ot mule for 1340 Some parties have Laar caster at 15 In this community James MoKecbnle Is In Waynework lOll up a land sale We are sorry to note that It has been decided by the special lots of Louisville that Matter Price Curry eye that got hurt by cartridge a few weeks back le entirely out and that Joseph Huffman little boywho got his eye hurt hacking wood with a hatchet has about lost eight In that eye too MesdamosGcorgo Wood and G A Swlnobroad are both Improving since last writing C F Yeagcr and wife have moved to their farm In Gar rard county Henry Ball is very sick at this writing Tribute of Respect In memory of Thomas B Jennings who died at his homo in Saline Ala Jan 2 1002 In the 5tJ bear of his ago He died of Brlghts disease Ho was a member of the Christian church and atRobh neon Bepknew blm by that name Ho was a Confederate soldier and was under heartedda wife and three children His mission on earth is ended his work Is done a Christian man has gone to his reward May his wile children and sisters be prepared to meet blm in that land where no parting tears are shed S R COOK An attractive woman thrives on good food and sunshine with plenty of exer clue In the open air Her form glows with health and her face blooms with beauty When troubled with a costive habit she takes a few doses of HEHDINE ImpuritiesI J IL MT VERNON J J Ping has bleu appointed police judge of this place The town board passed a hOI ordinance at its meeting Wednesday W T McClure has been reappointed town marlbalITho machinery of the oil well being put down at Burning Springs Clay county Is being operated by the natur al gas which flows from the bolo being drilledaAssistant Cashier Furnish of the Mt Vernon bank wants to store their surplus oath In coal house nights store the attempt was made to rob the Stan ford Institution The Masonic Journal of Louisville mentions two Kentucky Masons as do log good work In Alaska L M Scroggs of Ashland Lodge No 610 of this place being ono of them Tbo old flddlersVcontest to tako place at Brodbead on the 21st will provo an Interesting affair Nine old bow ma nipulators have roistered ibclr names with the manager Mr Tyree to take part In contest Wa bit on Joe Farm er akin the field Mrs Kate O Mara of Birmingham Juhn Frnricr of Plnevllle and L M Frailer of Louisville were hero at the burial of Mrs Coyle their mother Saturday Judge John C Cnonault of Richmond and William Porter of Bongo were here Tuesday Tho sting lest man Rockcaitlo over reported was ono who gave away 10000 In cash to save paying taxes thereon This Is a fact Ills so seldom that ono of the Afrl can race commit suicide that few peo pIe bear of it Molllo Thomas aged 23 wile of Dick Thomas whoso homo is about a mile from town used a 33 pistol Tuesday morning to wind up her earthly affairs liar husband bad started to town and on reaching a neighbor beard a ibot On returning to the house bo found tbo woman dead Two small children wore the only wit nesses Coroners verdict was sui cide There bad been some dissen sion and quarreling In tbo family an tbo woman had threatened to tako he life before Mrs Rosalind Nesbltt formerly of this place has been appointed princi pal of the school recently ealabllshec by the Christian church at Corbin They started out tbo first of tbo yea with 80 pupils with throe teachers They aro using a rented building but propose to put up a college building of their own during this year Mrs Nee bits was here Saturday In the interest of the school She will visit the vari ous communities to solicit aid In the work The board of trustees Includes the names of the leading buslnas and professional men of Corbln Woodbine and other points Some of the boy here tried a gold brink game do a young Mr Sautter a visitor from Stanford It didnt work Mr S bad been around some himself Dr Myers now occupies the new brick dwelling of Fritz Krueger on West Main street Mr U Fish has rented the dwelling on corner Poplar and VII liam street In too death of Lee Porter Rookcastlo loses one ot its boat alt liens Miss Cora Sloan was visiting ber sister Mrs W B Smith at thi place School Superintendent Ballar- has moved to Mt Vornon Deputy Collector Short was hero Wednesday Tbo writer has been confined to his house for the past 12 days with a ee vere cold or grip Mrs Lou Ltford has bought the Judge Colyer place just West of town of Dr Williams fo 2230 Mrs Georgia Ann Coylo died Friday night of paralysis She was a woman having many excellent traits of charac tar and was universally admired respected bv all who knew her Sh leaves threo daughters and two sons Mrs Mollle Miller Mrs Julia Davis Mt Vernon and Mrs Kato OMara Birmingham Ala John Frazier of Pinevlllo and L M Frazier of Louie ville Mrs Coylo was a slater of M J Miller and Mrs J J Williams of this place Away back when the Califor nla gold fever broke out she with he husband Dr Frazlor went to the Gold en State via Panama crossing the lath mus on the backs of burros After few years stay they returned by the same route to old Kentucky and later located on a section of fine land in Fay otto county Texas long before any railroads were built in tbe State They left that State after a few years reel denco and returned to Kentucky Tbo flourishing town of Schulenburg 7000 Inhabitants Is located on what was Dr Frazier land The Southern Pacific rod runs through tbo town The writer i as on tbo premises in 75 when thtt was only the ranch buildings on the grounds When the writer was on his way to Texas in December 1872 two of Mrs Coylos children wore on tbo train going to Paducab via Eliza bethtown While at Lebanon Juno lion we saw the boot that was cut that morning from the crushed foot of Leo Tato who was a brakeman Mr Tate Is now our sheriff A LANCASTER I Miss Dovo Harr nas accepted a po anion as clerk In the Logan Dry Goods StoreDr Kinnalrd attended meeting of tbo Central Kentucky Medical Society fiustonvlllo Miss Mary Duoa and John Lane of near Bryanlsvllle drove to Danvlllo and wore married Wednesday Miss Amanda Anderson will teach a subscription school at the Herring school house during tbe spring months Mr and Mrs J Randolph Harris have moved here from Turnersvlllc and nave taken rooms at Joseph Faul coners Mr George T Farrls entertained at a handsome dining Wednesday and was hostess of Bid Rod Mrs A R Moore and a number of other guests A box supper will be given this eve ning at the Christian church and the proceeds will go to Increase the funds of Oho Christian Endeavor Society Phil and Nettle Peters In LhoIINew Buffalo will appear at the Garrard Opera House Monday night Jan J20 with fine credentials lo produce a good showMiss Rinila MoKenzle of Stanford has accepted a position In the tele phone exchange Miss Lonna Hobbs resigned to become typewriter for Attorney Johnson Tbe Garrard County Medical Asso elation will moot hero on Friday 24 at tbe Garrard Hotel whoa a number of doctors will read interesting and In structive papers Two lots are reported sold by J M Duncan lying just beyond the Stone property Ono was bought by F B Kemper and rock Is being hauled for the foundation of a residence MlssSprlnklcs age 17 and Logan Thompson both of the Preacbersvlllo section will bo married Tuesday at the home of the brides parents The tobe groom Is a son of Jopp Thompson County Clerk Doty is sompwhat puz zled at the dearth of marriages since be went into office Only one license has places1rI I days The Misses Wallace entertained Monday evening In honor of Misses Cbeoault of Richmond and Christine FranktrDoty gave a masquerade party Wednesday evening Editor Louis Landram has been In Louisville this week leaving Mr Trlb ble at tbo desk Miss Hattie Robert son has returned to her home In Cyn iblana Miss Maggie White Is at home agate after a visit in Mt Vernon alImoved back to his old home near Paint Llok Mrs Anderson and daughter Mrs Belllo Landram will occupy ono of the Cunningham houses on Depot Street Miss Alice Saddler and John John eon recently of this place wero mar ried Wednesday In Louisville Elder George Gowon officiating The brldo Is a niece of Mrs W T West and tho groom was for years a clerk la Robin sons hardware store odt Simpson Miss Fannie Doty is at homo after a visit to La Grange Mrs Shu mate of Danville Is visiting Mrs Ha gan Mr and Mrs R G Price of Danville are guests of Mrs Susan Price rToo Continental Kettle Drum t4 entertainment to be given by a numbe- of the young people for the benefit of a city library Is advertised for Friday night 24th The quaint costume of theea Gypsy camp promise to make an attractive little drama Lancaster dolTs her hat to at the prospect of furnishing a coerce sor to Congressman G G Gilbert at the same time let It bo understoo- that all the laurels will not belong to Urnot altogether a Stanford product for the better half Is Indisputably of beingaa daughter of Dr and Mrs B F Duncan and a sister to Mesdames Bradley and Gill of this atty- REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP A LITTLE BOYS LIVE SAVED I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Cure Remedy I saved my little burs life and I feel that cannot praise It enough I bought a hot tie from A E Stccre of Goodwin S D and when I got home with It the poo baby could hardly breathe I gave th medicine ts directed every 10 minutes until he throw up and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of Ids mouth in great long strings I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough med icine my boy would not bo on earth to dJoel Demont Inwood Iowa For Bale by Craig c Hooker druggists u WALTONS 9dWEDNESDA GORTONS MINSTRELS ALL WHITEIPresenting Entirely New Costly and UptoDate Features Welby Pearl Gorton E Lee Hank Goodman Elliott Bros Borella Bros Gene Elliott- J M Lyons E 20 Others The Great Crescent City Quintette Comedyrlravesty THE SNflTOR JUDGE American Novelty Dancing Quartette Matchless strut Parade TWO BAND- CONCERTS Watch Walt See Ti- 1 VrT vt = G v = h =fiI t1 Oh What a ChanceI 7 HIAll 150 Manhattan and 1 H Fountain Stiff Bosomfi Colored Shirts 1 M a rif lYOUR CHOICE 50CENTS EACH t IT PAYS TO TRADE ATE THE GLOBErlIfI Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing lllYourmoney back It youre not satisfied Ell mILLER HIRSCH Danville l omPi y iyrwrrArAVrI W A rVI HftTS11 II Complete stock of all the newest styles just received arm All Sizes Shapes and Shades etasenre JUIIJSHAPES 350 Jrl L I Come to us for the most uptodate Clothing and Furnishings McClaryd 1 SAVE MONEY ThisYear by Trading With NtcKinneIrSTANFORD KENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Im plements Etc Etc SlheaB For TIhie Gaslhio a fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Cndlilto for Railroad Commlulaoer for tbe Z4 District inbleet to the will of the dtmocrx DURING 1001 there were put down In the United States 5057 miles of new ortiTheIncrease It greater than has been recorded toRany year since 1800 aDd brings the trackage of this country up- i 10109378 miles exclusive of the lare and rapidly growing mileage of urban r and suburban lines operated by eleo r trlclty The railway mileage of tbe- f whole world Is estimated by the bureau J at 484348 miles that of the United States therefore constitutes more thon I two flftha of the total Rougblycpe kslog this may be taken as a measure of productive energy of the American as compared with that of tbe 1peoplepopulation of the globe editor of the Lexington Demo has been an able supporter or ITUE county statesman for a of a century says The ambi a lifetime was realized yester the earnest effort of 20 yeaN rewarded when the Legislature elected James Bennett McCreary United States Senator His friends and their name J la legion will rejoice with him and are i confident that he will wear his new honors with becoming dignity and COD f tlnue to servo his constituents and the the country at largo with that ability and fidelity that has ever characterized him It Is a pity that he can not take seat at once and send Deboe 1his to herb doctoring Instead of hav to wait tilt March 1003 I I HON M F NORTH Lincoln county 1spleDdld representative was placed OD of Ways and Mean1 Slnkln Fund Constitutional Amen 1meets and Public Warehouses an14 j Granaries He might have fared better bad be been for Finn for Speaker but ho was a Barton man I AN Italian boot black who refused to shine u Negros shoes was mulct with j the costa In a suit brought by the Not gro for 8100 damages at Rochester N I Y Since Roosevelt doesnt draw tbe color line boot blacks mustnt tbe I court evidently thinks 1MANY reapportionment bills bavo been In the Leglalatur One hopeful republican has ono mak- Ing the Eighth Ninth Tenth and j Eleventh districts republican What the matter with making the whole State ot that political complexion j IT Is now Senator James flannel 1 McCreary He was formally elected t U S Senator Tuesday receiving every democratic vote Deboe received even i republican vote except that of Senati W H Cox of Mason county wblc l was cast for Bradley WOOD G DUNLAP of Lexlngto who probably has time bo does Dot need Is going to Columbus where tbe I Ohio Legislature 1s In session to Bsk for money to enable Caleb Powers to- j appeal from his second conviction Tilt Gospel News la the only paper in the State published In the country Editor Perkins who formerly had bl8 j office In Mayfield has moved It to ble farm three miles in the couptry f AN exchange says that Preslden j Roosevelt la overworked He mlgh quit cakewalking for awhile and thereby get some of the mucbneedei rest r TICAL The House at Washington passed the pension appropriation bill the act car rles 9139000000I It Is reported that Judge T Z Mor- rowI will enter the race for Congress It 1tbo11th district governors of New Mexico and Arizona are en route to Washington k urge the admlsslonof the two territc ries to the Union At the White House judiciary recep- tionj Catholic diplomats went down on their knees and kissed the signet on Cardinal Gibbons band J F M Fisher the Paducah editor I will be reappotnted postmaster The appointment of Fisher gives another black eye to a selection of Senator Del hoe Representative North of Lincoln led the House members In the number of bills Introduced Wednesday send fog up 20 to the clerks desk They covered all manner of subjects Louis Vllle Times Representative Berry Howard Is again representing his constituents or apart of them at Frankfort but not In the same capacity aa formerly Berry has been promoted and may yet go up higher Paducah Democrat- Of the 159 bllla offered In the Ken tucky Legislature Tuesday one was for repealing the double liability clause one creating two more circuit judge ships one increasing the salary of the county assessor one creating an assistant Commonwealths attorney and one establishing kindergartens in public schools J J D Colann of Mlddlcsboro ba8 been appointed to a 1200 position Dr Curry of Virginia has been ap pointed to represent America at tbo coming of age of the King of Spain A resolution In the Senate provides for 12500 for a marble bust of the late Senator Daniel Voorhces ot Indiana Adjt Gen D R Murray has formally announced his candidacy for circuit judge In the BrecklnrldgeGraysonii trlctRepublicans ot Indiana selected anew State central committee the members or which are friendly to SeDator FairbanksJohn Brasher of Madlsonvll hits announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for Congress In the 2d district Collector Crafts appointment of former democrats to office has aroused the oldlino republicans and some of tbem suggest an Indignation meeting The Senate committee on charltat institutions will meet Wednesday af ternoon to consider the Carroll b11l which creates a board of control fort several State asylums The Legislature of Mississippi adoi ed a resolution elating that it was tho opinion of the people of the State that Rear Admiral Scbloy was the real bero ot the battle of Santiago Bay A story reaches Washington tbat Postmaster Baker Is going Into court to compel the payment ot 81000 addl tlonal salary yearly on the basis of bue mess done by the Louisville ofllce Henry Hagerman of Bowling Green will bo elected warden of the Eddyvll penitentiary on March 15 to succei Henry L Smith the present warde Sph Llllard will bo reelected warden itFrankfortBy 70 to 0 the republics refusing to vote the House at Frankfort adopted the Woatberford resole lion commending Schley and condoms IOIr the majority verdict of the Naval Court of Inquiry The court of appeals In deciding a local option case practically overrule the opinion recently delivered In tho rattBreoklnrldge contest The de ilslon upholds the action of a count section board sittinggas a board of contest Senator J B Foraker was reelectc by both branches of the General AI embly ot Ohio to succeed himself as Jolted States Senator ExSenate Arthur Pue Gorman was elected by tbe Maryland Assembly to succeed Senate Wellington as United States Senator NEWS NOTES Andy Baker of Rockcaslle Is dead or consumption JP Dehoney Is dead of consum Ion at Columbia Twenty Chicago girls gave skin to be rafted on their injured friend MIt11 felon Peck John Grant was given four years 10 bo penitentiary for shooting Georj awson at Willlamsburg At Lexington James Ratcllffo was leld to answer to the grand jury for the murder of J N Hawkins The Whitley Oil Company struck a heavy flow of salt water at a depth of 900 feet in Its well near Pleasant View There ia much Interest In the movement to get Prince Henry to visit St Lou18 The mayor will Issue a formal ivitatlon A desperate battle between detectives and employee of the Indepedenc mlDe and ore thieves was fought 400- feet under ground Mrs E D Jobe and Mrs Ubod Reeves twin sisters ofIIDob aDd Alt Taylor of Tennessee have de Wed to enter the lecture field Susan B Anthony says there are too m any children in the world Their ouldntbe any if Miss Susans lead was followed Lexington Democrat Lewis D Sampson who has beer inducting the Globe press service at blcago for some time baa leased the Inllng outfit of the Pathfinder at arbourvillo from W B Hudson aod will In a few weeks start the Barbour vllle News M M Davless ot Harrodsburg wall given a preliminary trial before Com issioner Fackler at Danville He Ii loused of sending a postal to W H cKnlght Sons do Co of Louisville wltb the words written on ItIIAro you fakirs lilt after the firm had dunned him several times for a debt which ttapt pears had been paid by him This sort of language Is said to bo inappropriate for Uncle Sam to transmit through tho- malls consequently Mr Davless 11988- WBS hauled up before the Federalau orltles He was held over In I20C bODd to appear before the Federal court ID Judge Cochrans district Worms take refuge in tho small fates moltlplY1Warms tbese parasites The verdict of the pea- pIe tells plainly bow well it has succeed ed Price scents Pennys Drug Store S Morgan bought of J M Cress 40- hOKS at So and of B Chancellor some butcher stuff at 2c Record It B Wilkinson bought of Lutes Co a heifer at 3J and of Henry Baugh man a fat cow at 3e 3 A Plcasants sold to Sweeney MorKan a bunch of hogs at 5Jo AIJLElta UUCKKYK PlLB OlNTMPNT has- been thoroughly tested for many 1ears- aDd Is a positive cure for this most dls- trcfoIIilg and embarrassing cf troubles Irlce 50 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Drug Store TT H THE HOWARD TRIAL IJobn M Collins of Clay county a- I new gave sensational and dam aging testimony against Jim Howard Ho said Howard remarked while look log at a newspaper cut of Goebol arter the shooting II Qe dont look as natural as be did when I had my sights OD him Too Commonwealth has closed Its case against Jim Howard but has reserved the right to recall James Stub bletleld and to Introduce three wItDIU es who have failed to answer Tbeee arc Wesley Whlttaker Hiram Lew and John L Joaos for whom nttacb manta have been Issued D D olelds a republican lawyer of Letchur COUDty gave some material testimony In re card to the murder conspiracy Jim Howard testified in his own behalf at Frankfort yesterday Ho du- nled all knowledge of the Goebol murder On crosisxumlnuiloo he could not explain why he passed the Julud at the Capitol grounds uncnalleng or why he slept In the Agrlcultu building on the night of the shoolli He admitted having conversed wltb Golden and other witnesses but deal nil damaging statements attributed to aim Wesley Whlttaker one of the State Important witnesses Is missing unit It Is said be has gone back to the moun tame Whlttaker made an aOldavlL this week that two prominent repub cane of Winchester offered him WOO LO iwear that James StubbleQeld bad laid tie was paid to testify against Uovrat Whlttuker said they asked him to get mother man to testify to the same t f feet and that they told him lIoward bad to be saved He names the two men In his affidavit Vnarton Golden said the first tlmoI hIS saw Jim Howard In Frankfort WI8 ID W S Taylors olllco on the night of Ian 30 The next morning he met loward back of the capitol Howard old him that Goebel was not des d hen but that ho would die all right Ie thou said They say Jack China a good race horse starter but bo 11111faetInuod Golden how he knew this I1Dd Howard replied I ought to kDOw Wasnt ba with Goebel Ed Goo theGreat Ed Geers was born Jan 26 1851 on a- farm In Wilson county TenD Ha be an his turf career at an early age and radually bile work ai a driver became noticeable to the horse owners througl out the country Mr Hamlin walcbc leers manipulation ot the reins In many races and was so impressed with blm that bo engaged the greet driver at a large salary Gears moved to Buffalo with his family In February 1802 aDd baa been In the employ qf the lessra Hamlln ever Blows Genre has given worlds records to a reat many horses since his advent ID luffalo Some of these records stand to the present day while a few of the havo since been lowered The follow- Ing are among the worlds record riven by Geere Brown Hal placing ialllon record Hal Pointer paclo aiding record Fantasy tbreeyeai old race record Fantasy fouryearol mare race record Fantasy fastest lout beat race Nightingale three mile record Nightingale two mile record Uot ert J worlds harness record Robert J fastest gelding Robert J fasten beat In race gelding Robert J antes iur heat race Joe Patchcn tastes t race record Lady of the Manor thecae icing mare Lady of the Manor fait csl heat in race mare Lord Derby aleit fiveyearold trotting geldlnf Tho Abbot fastest siryearold eld- InK The Abbot fastest twobeat race i The Abbott fastest fivebeat race The Abbot fastest race record to wagon The Abbot fastest trial to wagon The Abbot fastest trotting record Bell smile and Honest George tastes doublo team record Belle Haralln Globe and Justine fastest triple teen1 record Heir atLaw fastest records both trotting and pacing SENATOR MCCREARY The Bon James B McCreary ha- been nominated for the United State Senate by the democratic caucus ant wllLbo elected on the first ballot He- will make a dignified laborious Sen- atouserul to bin constituents of service to his State He has bad a 10Dg- aod varied public career and has filled 1111 the positions tq which he has been elected with credit and will be tHe full- eqJal ot the average of those with wbom be will sit as Senator from Kentucky for the United States He will be courteous to all with whom he comes In contact and will take much trouble to do any citizen of Kentucky a favor or to keep from doing any one an lnju ry He la an adroit able tireless pol- ItlelaD with a remarkable capacity for orgaDlzatloD and an exceedingly ex- teDelve acquaintance Be la a firm believer In the wisdom of the policy of making as many friends aDd aa few enemies as possible or do In as many favors and giving as few refueals to requests for favors aa CO- D81steDt with his sense of public duty wblch is high and of political obllga- tlon8 which Is very potent with him The Morning Herald has taken no- part and not a great deal of Interest in tbo tight for the Sonatorsblp but has frequently said that Gov McCreary wall the most suitable selection of tbose- wbo were candidates and now feels- tbat It Is only to say that KeD- tucky ia to be congratulated upon the- fact that be was nominated and elected aod that without a long and bitter itestLezington Herald ft CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Hagans subject Sunday morning is Stumbling Blocks ovel nlng Christ the Way John D Rockefellers last bonefac tlon la a gift of 115000 toe Chicago Ne gro congregation the Mount Ollvct Baptist church To comply with tho requirements of the gUt the cburcb bad to raise 0000 by New Year day They did It The Topeka Kansas Messenger eal that Eld Johb L Lewis who basI charge of the work at Powhallan 111 doing a good work Ho is a very car nest and energetic young man and will build up the cause there with the s upI port of the brethren Rid Lewis Is a son of Dr and Mr4 T M LewUof tblll place Col W P Walton hu bought u oe trolling Interest In the Lexlng Democrat and Is again editor and man agor of that paper This will be Iood news to bis many friends who kDOV that bo U entirely too big a gun to ule weekly or semiweekly shots No mn In the State has done inoro faithful work for tho democrat party than has he and there la no better newspaper man to bo found Central Record Disease and danger lurk in the vital or gans The blood becomes vitiated and the general health is undermined whoever the stomach and liver fall to perform their functions as nature Intended Ihm DINK will tone up the stomach fCKulate the liver where other preparations only re leve Price 50 cents Pennys Drug- Store The chaplain of Kentucky Stato penitentiary Rev Low G Wallace laics that after careful Invesllgalli ho finds 67i per cent of the total prhon population of 1300 persons to be totally literate and fully onehalf of the ro lalnlng 33t per cent to be acmMlll rate Illiteracy can Dot be considers as an effect of orlme can It be const rea as a producing factor Herald Chicagos revenue from later tax reo elple which WitS 505000 In 1880 rote to 1100000 in 18HO and was 1325001 In WOO The average dally supply of- water In Chicago la 300000000 A 2YearOld Heifer sleek cane to my place some day age OWller can net her pAVlBR for tier liMp nd this notice II U UOLTZCIAW Crab Ore crd FARM FOR SALE 267 Acres In Proach orsvllloiD- ColnOo Ky i miles from Stanford 8 llm from Lancaster on the Laactuter andi tab Orchard 4 dwelling I got wells and cittern good jioodi of aad rail timber for fencing Well adllkod- to stock raising Will divide It Into two farma or well as a whole A splendid bargain Rev W E AitSuL PUBLIC SALE Stock of Gener dMe1dfliS E at public sale at Pnrks yule Ky Saturday Jan 25 1902 Clean and select stock Established bun neM at old stand which can bo rented Bale and bent bidder to vetas a whole to highest tie estate of C 8 Parks deceased Lot of locust poets shingles lumber aa- organ polo and double harness and other articles to bo sold nt same time Terms of SaloOn credit good notes wit iproved security due In from 3 to 12 onths or for part cash and such iota or- for all cash to suit purchaser W J PRICE Ky TEnglish Auctioneer If You Want Catalogues or Bricf Letter Meadsa Note Heads Bill Beads- StaterCnts t Envelopes Dodgers Posters Flamcrs Contracts Leases Prescription Books Prescription Blanks Checks DraftsOrders J Etc Etcw The Interior Journal is the place to get them quick and cheap We Have Decided to Renjaii IN STANFORDe 1 As heretofore the Cheapest Store in Town will always bo in the lend Ono dollar will go as far hero as three else where and if yon want to save inonoy and bo well pail for your time como nnd see the many bargains wo oflbr daily 800 yards outing cloth 7jc value to goat 3c Only 10 yards to a customer Ladles and childrens capes and Jack oU tor 26o on the dollar 26ctf poinatora for He 26o hoods for 60 28c mens suspenders leo 2oc yarn hose for lOo Ladles ami inona coerce cud tine hoes worth II 60 go at 76c Mens IS black ohevlot suits JCO at 226 Mens 81 J5 panta gont Wo lOc table linen for ICo 26o table oil cloth fur Ho 76e gtoim rubbers for 19c 26c rubbers tor lOo Printers ink cannot do us puttee In telling us of the many values we have in our dry good department 60o underwear 26o U5c undtrvroar IN 110 sots of harness go tot f478 1 60c lien for 16c 36o ties fur Se fS and 8 hale go fur 08o f aloes for 9145 rene overcoats woll wrtrth fOe silk ttsatin lined go for 14 BOe carpets tfo at 80o n yard Wo can call you goods for loss than the raw materiel cost or less than ywir if reluct can buy thorn for u The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSQURC Proprietor Visit D t1CCellers ewe Ty More Stanford Kentucky t if you want anything in thy Jewelry lino Tho goods arc all nntodatc The priori low when you consider tho quality hail i you buy is strictly what Whdl6VtJl it is represented r A CLEARANCE SALE COSTisThis will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots cud Shoes null other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heres an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale is for cash No goods charged at these r prices so dont ask it Sale begins on Thursday January Kith 1002 TilE CHARLES WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONVILLE KY Our Line of Groceries Hardware Cliiiiaware IJ Quecnsware Tin varo Glassware Etta Is now Complete Tho best selected line that could be htllIis now on Display GEORGE H FARRIS CO u 500 REWARD I The Directors of the Lincoln National Bank will pay a reward of Five Hundred Dollars for the ar rest and conviction of tho person or persons who burglarized their bank building on Jan 15 1902 t 1 S II SHANKS Jresidcl1ttJ B OWSLEY I Stanford Ky January 15 1902 I Complete Lino Ol rLedgers Journals Day- Books J Blotters Etc Etc Get our prices before you buyWe can save you money CRAIG HOCKER + w r ir 21 yr stn THE INTERIOR JOURNAL on STAKFOIU KY JAN 17 1002 e t- u In filling your prescriptions wo uso tho right medicines In the exact lions and with proper care Wo could not do better It yon paid us double the which is always reasonable Pun hnve Drull Storo PERSONALS Miss SALLIE STONE PINKKKTON hat been quite slok- PAYHTTB WILKINSON la now night man In tho tolopbooo exchange Mils K PIBUUACK of Llvlnjriton y was tho jjuost of Miss Dora Straub MiBB KUNA CAMNIT of Huston vine Is spending u few doyID Cluoln l nntl Mil M O ALUHIDOB of Morksbury a good patron of this paper was hero yesterday MRS J M BBAWHY Is 111 at tbo horaoof bur daughter Mre Seolt Our ton of Doylo Miss ANNA COOKR has roturnud home from a Yhlt to Mlee Kay Bailee at llarrodiburi M U K01IANK8 left yesterday for Atlanta with aenr load of extra good three year old mules Mm ELLA UIOOJNIIOTIIUI of Gar B1 rard It the guest of Misses Jcnnlo and Nannlo Brent Newland MRSDAMBS UKOIIQK D PolE and W T Mcrimec of Livingston oamo down today to visit Mr O J NewlandjTUB Now ayt that rte of Stanford visited Mi brothers Mossr M J and J K Fade of Dan vlllo MAYOR HOIIHRT KINNAIKU and Cashier Cabboll Donnv of Lancaster were here Wednesday to clew the work of the bank burglar W Rare sorry that Mr J Randolph Uarrt thought It beet to move his am fly to Lancaster from LlMotn We think he has trade a mistake f Tills eflke Is Indebted to Mr O H Floyd of Eubuotcs for several new Ib ftrihor aed as away renewals He lathe kind of a friend the I J like to hays JEUOKNB WILSON who baa been sec retary for Oen W II Smith ned also militant tuacher In the bookkeeping department of the Commercial College tar the patio several woatbs severed bis eonneetlon with tho college yesterday to aeeept a position u stenographer with the wholesale groeery firm of bury Tunis ft Norwood Lexington Oumoerat Mr Wilson Is a son ol Mr Jph Wilson of the Hoe Llak section alt Lincoln LOCALS IlHUUCKU price on lap robe J CI MiOlarv BifrrBll KO to the Old FMaler Coo test at MeKlnney tonight TWINBJobn lUoeys wife preen ed him with a pair of girls Wednesday t OAR LOAu of mattings just received Call and see them Withers Furniture Co loon SALtA safe three show cases and an ollleo desk Mr D Wan devcor LET us take yourmeMaeurefor a suit I of clothes Fit guaranteed Qummlne r AFHUMKD McClary Thecowurt appeal s urmedJudge Qaufley decision In the graded school case T FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish ed rooms on the second floor of the res Idenco of T M Pcnnlogton IWO WALKER bought of James E Lynn five hare of Lincoln County National Dank Block at 1110 r I ANNIE MAY STEWART colored of this place has secured a good position with the Houses of Reform ID Fayctio Tnt old howuao at Junction City Is being torn down and a largo turn tablo will bo put where It stand CATRONS tloro at Junction City was brokeu Into Wednesday night and sev eral overcoat and a lot of jewelry woro stolen DORINO for oil at Junction City bas boon given up and the derrick and en gine will bo moved to Mrs Mary John t t eons farm near Mllledgovlllo at tonco We hoar just u we go to that Mis Nona Drown aged 20 t rdied at Hustonvlllo of consumption early this morning Tbo burial will occur this afternoon TilE Equitable Life Insurance Co has gotten out the most beautiful cal endar weve sees and the ladles In J I town aro going wild over them Tbla la the strongest Life Co In the world Mr U D Mahony la the local agent THE statement by S U Shanks president and J D Owsley cashier was handed ua fob publication The determined effor- to burglarize tho safe of the Lincoln County National Dank Stanford Ky by usa of the most powerful explosive known to the o ackamen resulted In complete failure to opon our safe and they did not get one coot of the bank a mooftv The ofllcer will bo inconven + lenccd for a few days but the business will continue without Interruption ACCORDING to the Advocate Smith Withers will soon begin boring forli oil on their land on Green River this county rrTILE Doyjo circuit court which begins at Danville Monday has no mur der case on Ice docket for the first tlmo In years i IP you attend tbo old fiddlers con AlbrlllbtUoulecent 111 WILL soil you millet clover otby bay corn corn ahop IhlpltulJI nllBauhrnanI FAHBWMLL W AItNINOIf all taxes on city property aro not paid by Jan 20 your property will be advertised for sale L H Hughes collector TDK INTKIMOII JOURNAL and tb8f TwleeaWeek Courier Journal for SUO a year Our paper and Bryanlj Commoner for 1176 Take throe for tS 2ft FOR SALIf you want to buy the bet store houeo and tho bolt stock of goods In the best little town In Ken lucky address James Frye Huston vllle Ky + KVANS =Mr wes Kvans an old 0ndday night at his residence near Bus lonvllle of pneumonia at the ripe old ego of 80 years SOLD OUT Kmbry S Kngleman the S jeweler sold their stock of joweryelo Tuesday to W II Mueller the well known jeweler and the stock will be moved to Mr Mueller store W LANDOUAK raised by subscription J about 40 here Wednesday for David Levin whose house burned a few days ago Those desiring to help the olever gentleman eon do so by leaving oonrlI buttons at this ettioM MlNSTRKLS Gortons celebrated onlastrels will hold the boards at Val tees Opera Ilmise next Wednesday alchl Jan 28 They travel In their own private oar ned carry 30 people Dont fan to see Wear Tint LexlBgtoa MwicalClub will soon roduee The Aernitlsee a OOm le opera written ami composed by Joe Gorton Jr of Uorion Minstrels which will appear at Walton Opera House Wednesday night next 21I- 1KID Hiram Grantwho shot Charley Likens at Crab Orchard Xmas night from the effect of which bodied some 10 days ago bad his examining trial before Judge James P Bailey Wednesday and was hold over In 8600- KUMIBTON8 pure home made candy on sale at Tanner Sons MoKlnnev J W Perrln Stanford Cash ft Mo DrugPCo Mt Salem and D D King Moro land THE supervisor are still In session but they hope to complete their labors this afternoon They have set next Monday to bear complaint from tax payer In the Stanford district Tues day for those of tbo Crab Orchard aoIla Wednesday for ibo o of the Huston vllle and Wayncsburg A N McCLAHYbrother of our splendid townsman writes as follow s from Sabotha Kansas I rejoice with you In the selection of that great and good man Hon James D McCrcary for U S Senator With McCrcary Blackburn and Deckbam at the helm surely old Kentucky Is safe I As It Ie necessary to stop our press to hear please dont call this office by tel ephone between 130 and 4 oclock on Tuesday and Friday afternoons unless you have Important business or a good fresh news Item for us Also we bad much rather that news Item be handed In by town people than tent by phone A NiniiT POLICEMAN Barnes Wearon laclrculatlng a petition which Is being signed by almost overyono to whom It Is presented asking the city council to appoint Mr A C Alford night policeman This 18 a capital move and Mr Woaren deserves congratula lion for his Interest In the matter Mr Alford Is a sober Industrious clover young man and would make an excellent ofllccr The town can well afford a night man who could also servo on public dye and wo are glad that our people aro at last awakened to the no cesslty of baying the town guarded at night by a good man Marshal R O Jones le a splendid officer but It le ill ly to argue that bo can servo the town both night and day GORTONS famous minstrel will appear at Walton Opera House Stan ford Wednesday night next 99This company ta said to bo the most elegant ly costumed minstrel organization traveling The fret part presents a most beautiful combination of colors coloredtthe performers wear costumes of costly silks and satins the wbolo forming a pictureader the latest ballade and selections Tbo Instrumental music and the vas rious high cla specialties fully sue talc the reputation of Gorton mIn- I strela and bars la no doubt of their being greeted by crowded house 2ilv J AddreslIbox 102 Stanford FOR RENT Either I mytwo reel dences on West Main Street W P Walton MY opposite Dr Cooks for HarpWinchesterT Socic some coal If you need It Wo wont carry n largo stock this year J Daughman t CodsLlflTRR heads printed and padded at 80 per thousand up envelopes 125 thousand op This ollloo THRBB cottages one on Logan and two on Whltlev Avenue for rent Four and six rooms Dr J F IJ A SIIANNON Is no longer Peytonl my dep and has no authority to collect tax or me S M Owens exsheriff DUY your coal theroods are good This pretty weather will not last always J II Dauehman k Co 3TOR onLancaster street nuxt door to INTHRIOR JOURNAL on trance for rent Apply at this office BUTORD Will Guford well known In this county died at Topoka lao a few days since of typhoid laver Hid J Livingston Informs us TilE stockholders of the Lincoln County National Dank elected the fol lowing director for the ensuing year II Shanks J13 Owsley J B Pox tm George W Carter and Walter O Walker Tho First National directory elected 1s ai follows F Reid S T Bards J S Booker W P Walton H Collier M D Elmoro J II Baugbmaa S B Baughman T P IIIII and James Robinson Tho dlrea tors of both banks bald meetings lofr and re elected the olllcers now serving F ATTBJUTKO DANK ltoUUERYAI stated In our extra Issued at710 Wu notday morning a daring attempt w made to rob the Lincoln County Na Uonal Dank early tbut morning butI fortUBBlely the safe In which the monoI ey and valuable paoer are kept proved Itatlf burglar proof and the scamps had tbelr work for naught Entrance to the bank building which is under the INTERIOR JOURNAL olllee was effected by pricing up one of the windows on Lancaster street and It Is believed that either dynamite or nitroglycerlna or probably botb were used In breaking Into the vault doors and In thelr work on the sate Doth the vault doors and the sale doors were badly demolished and It Is more than likely that a now sate will have to take place of tho old one Asthe cloak In the bank ltopped at 235 and an explosion waa hoard as late alt SM It will be seen that the would be burglars worked long and manfully It Is supposed that the first explosion stopped the clock The explosions were beard by a number of people but very little attention was paid to them John Hayden night porter at the St Asap h Hotel heard all of them and phoned to central In order to get the water works to have the street lights turned on but got no response Manager Wray says number of calls were answered be tween 2 and 4 oclock however Jailer Isaac Herrin beard the explosion and thought his prisoner were breaking jail but an Investigation proved that ho was mistaken and be returned to his bed Mr J M Alversan of thl office also beard several explosions but could not locate them by sound Severe people saw a double rig driving rapidly out sat Main Street about 4 oclock on the morning of the robbery but It Is generally believed that If tbo work was dono by experts which Is doubted th crooks left on a freight which pasee about the right tlmo Many think th attempted burglarry was committed b local parties and a strenuous effort being made to place the guilt whore it belongs Mr John W Wallace the blacksmith found considerable difficul ty in opening the safe with ohtsuls crowbars etc but after hard work succeeded In doing so A good deal of the paper money was torn up as If mice had been at work on it but Dr Owsley thinks there will be no trouble In got ItlnJ Uncle Sam to redeem U 117000 In cash and many papers of value woro in the safe The banking office was crowded all day Wednesday by peo- pro who bad come to see tho work ot the bold rascals In fact It drew betty than the average show does A meet Ing of the directors was called early in the morning and a reward of 1100 sea offered for the arrest and conviction ot the person or persons who broke Into the bank The bank is using the First National Banks safe for Its money nt present but a guard Is kept at the Lin coIn Bank office each night aa there are many books and papers of value In the vault The business has made bard work for the officials of the bank who already had their hands full The tools used were stolen from J H Greers blacksmith shop and hl s MreGreer says that ho could not have fount tho tools at night himself and that h- Is e satisfied that somebody who know the premises bad a band In the attempted robbery Dr E J Drown returning from a call on a patient passed by tbo bank about 2 oclock Wednesday morning but taw nobody there nor thereabout a1J a I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A pickle famine Is threatened Tbo boys dormitory at lobo Williams burg Academy was destroyed by fire T A Morrow Jr was elected city attorney of Somerset over Virgil R Smith after a hot fight Miss Lydia Walker of Richmond saturated her clothing with coal oil and applied a match with fatal results- J D Matthews who was assistant ecretary of State under Caleb Powers elected a policeman at Somerset Molllo Thomas colored committed sulclda at Mt Vernon by shooting rer self after a quarrel with her husband Lebanon Junction with a population of nearly 1000 has not a single Negro mulatto living within Its corporate limits R T Wright was placed In jail at Somerset charged with the murder of Charles Daker on Sunday night near Cumberland Falls Wright claims U was an accident Near Langford Station Rookcastlo county a mad dog bit more than 40 other canines Several cowa and hors oj were victims Citizens turned out and killed 29 dogs and the work Is still going on- Marshal 1 S D Turner has appointed his brother Mike as his deputy J Mori Roibwell has again located In Lancaster and opened a law office InI rooms over Deazleya furniture store Lancaster Redord liThe Income of W G Strube of Cincinnati from his oil wells at Sun nybrook Wayno county last mooch was over 13000 spot cash1 remarked Col Waddle of Somerset to a Cincin naIl Enquirer man Doyle county claims to have within Its limits the two smalls youngsters In the State One le Desslo Leo Goode the fouryearold daughter of S G Goode who lives on the Perryvlllo pike She weighs 17 pounds and at the ago of six months balanced the scales at the three pound mark She weighed three quarters of a pound at birth The other child la Mary Agnta Johnson Infant daughter of Duel John eon who lives In Danville She Is now seven months old weighs seven pounds and at her birth could be placed In an ordinary teacup Dotb children are In the best of health MATRIMONIAL Arthur Gaddls and MUs Laura Grcs ham were made one by Rev Carrier Wednesday Both live In the West End Dr Sidney V Vegas of Donaldson vllle La and Mice Maud Wathen were married at the home of the bride In Lebanon Dr Vardy Taylor a prominent pby el lan of Waco and Miss Prlco Ruck er a bolls of Richmond were married WednesdayMr Martin a clever farmer of the Saufley neighborhood was married at Georgetown yesterday afternoon to Mrs Fannie Shropshire a handsome widow of Paris Mr C C McClure of Crab Orchard and Mra Myers of Cynlhlana acted as attendants and tbo two were united In a beautiful core mony Mr and Mrs Martin came lo Lexinglon last evening and after spend log the night in that city came to Stan lord this afternoon and aro at home to their friends There Isnt a bettor or cleverer man in the counly than Lon Martin and ha friends congratulate him on winning such a handsome and accomplished wife The bride owns a good farm near Paris and le in One clr cumstance The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends heartiest congratulations THIS MEAN YOU When a tallow adittyde witys people a Theo I note some Fellows feel It Is a gem and So they steal it Then the proper diagnosis Is Youre IT When the bunco Sieerer process Off with all of Your finances Then of course you feel distracted Just a bit- Wben you lose your Verses funny It la worse than Losing moneys Yes the proper diagnosla Is Youre IT There will always Be some fakirs Not quite tbleves just Call them takers They steal each clover verso an It Is writ Since they have no Honest feeling Dut have learned the Art ofatealiog Well the proper diagnosis Is Youo IT Colorado Telegraph eqSPraise the bridge that carries you over either a flood or cough BALLAIIDS HOUEUOUND SYRUP has brought so mnny over throat and lung troubles such as coughs colds broncbltB etc that its praises are sung everywhere Price 25 and 60 cools Pennys Drug Store = r 2i 1 I WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 As an Inducement wo offer a complete stock in every department at prices that will sell the goods We tale title method of thanking our customers for their NewYearIncas relations pleasant and mutually profitable Fancy find Staple Groceries Glassware Quccnswnrc Shelf and Heavy Hardware Xails Wire of all kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Cook Stoves with indcstructable Ore back Salt Lime Cement Clover Timo oihy quickdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR C 0 I6 e e tJ tStm4 IDq te tiGfl7yt 1 I 1 NEW HATSIv- t tv e- ili Spring Shipment and jj Spring Styles tT Jfr ida Newest Things Out 4o LI r 1 stockf S a f3v11P fiat 350r1110 new things can always be found hore fJ at II H J McROBERTS f1 8Ji tii lft a liVEtV k VEtV tekatIka MklJ 1fJ A bj99 Qt5f fI i dII ff i j elS yjfim Dont forget we are I Closing Out m ourI I 5 as the business must 1 be wound up- at fi once t j Severance Sonsr E e CLOSING OUT I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The read ers of this paper know the kind and quality of the goods I handle mid while ram waiting for the purchaser of this stock of 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 HORSES Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky February 6 7 agd 8 1902 t 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 go t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at Ktjndclau matter ZttblSahaTnodeyomnd iLidtp Af 1 PER YEAR CASH ur When not toPttdsaOO will taehsrged I KNOXVILLE i DIVISION I ro21Trs1ngoingNort4 M IMam No 211 2111 s u KoiS South 12agam Nou 12 2pm For ill rotate KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 4t t IMm NollarrlnltStanford115uo2licarM Stanford at pin R A JONES I DENTISTStanford uy Office over lligcins k McKinnoys Stor 1 Tolopbone No 48 McKinn1yRoller Mills I JB McKINNEY Prop MoEinaey X9Makeand keep constatly on band th j best of Flour Meal SlilpstufT Brau Ohio QU Feed c PrIces veryreasonable CUI tom grinding a specialty D v Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing tt acres situated on the star ford and Otteuhelm pike 3 miles from Stanford In grass and land with exception of a few acres considered thin lane Sufficient stock water and some good tent log timber though no dwelling only a con crib It Is a very desirable little place Will sellat fJi per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T B Bright S Co Will hold on February 28 1908 a big JAC II IJ SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed solicited of Nothing but firstclass jack iiJ Hg C RUPLEYf The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted J Fit GuaranteedGive a Call INEV LIVERY STABLE ProIKY tnntOlaw Turnouts at Seasonable Rates l Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Hay For Sale Vitae Ore e1- N Do you know what It is If not it will pay you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this paper I or addressing TUEO NOEL Geolo I gUt Chicago Il or N II Boo IE Agt Marksbury Ky I IMason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Art Lancaster r Kentucky i Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 POSTED i The following persons have their lands J posted and they will punish to the full ex t tent of the law any person or iiersons found t hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tres on them Lipassing Boone O D Boon- eJr II tO A Pleasant 01 Newland II F Newland W H Hlggtns O I Grow E P Woods J E Bruce Oeo D Hopper I 8 II Bauehman R O Hooker J8 Mocker A8 BroaddUs Mrs J M White J W Baughman F J W Adams S T Harris W P Tate Joseph hallow J M Adams J C Morton T A Rica MluMarylepples Walter W Warren M V Lawrence W E Amon J B Foster Ernest Ullmann David Stephens Aaron Ball Painting Repairing I am prepared to paInt and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In Brstcltlutyle Experienced men to da It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II QUEER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky omeonp Mcrabe Oweiellud FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney Res Idenco has six rooms two porches verand In front and there are all necessary out bulldlnrs A bargain for cash MOTIF J 11 VAN BOOK McKlnney Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated near 1cytons Well contain about SO acres and Is now occupied by Sam uel nisliop lias fair house of 4 rooms and the outbuildings are In good repair Sprlnj and will both close to house Is In a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow 15 acres in wheat IS for corn and balance In grass Terms X cash balanco 1 and 2 years COLUMHUS IlISHOl Shelby City Ky J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drnces Old Stand Depot St STfI FORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel lag Men Phone No 08 ERDILLEHAYDANVILLEXY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices J MCCbMY+ V+ UNDERTAKER EOIBALIlIER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY s HAYS VNDERTl ERS ALSO DXALKKI IK Furniture MattlnssRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R5IGOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Loulsrllle will be at D- St Asnpu HotelStauford Monday Jan 27th to Pet 1st 1902 Six day only Eyes examined and glosses BcenUOcallyadJ us ted Office hours B a m to 4 pm Jcas Brodhead Dr Percy Dcnton bought a eaddl horse of Mr Brown for 870 Rev Stenor la conducting a series of meetings at the Methodist church tbls weekMrs fill Dunn has just returned from an extended visit to relatives and friends In Garrard Rev J W Masters of Corbln Stalo evangelist for the prohibition alllan delivered a very able lecture at the Methodist church last Tuesday nigh and succeeded In organizing a prohl Lion alliances lodge at this place Drodhcad promises to give one of the most interesting old fiddlers conteel over witnessed here and all arc cordially Invited to attend It for somo groat men have been fiddlers and sOlle great men could not play at all Th mlatocles once said Do could no Odd Ie but ho could make a email town a great city and this contest will bo like a citys contest except the adm aloe fee will be only 25c It Is said tbat Nero fiddled when Rome was In lime so Drodhead will have some Ono light the night of the contest which will be Tuesday 1st There wlil bo quite a number of contestants for the prize which will be SIO to Brat and 15 to second The following gentlemen have already entered Dr I S Burdett U G Howard Fount Tyree James Sow iler Joel Lunsford Vlllany Singh ton John Anglao J B Farmer Lar- kin Hicks all of Rockcastle count VIIIU Carter of Pine Hill and Ebb King of Crab Orchard it Is said wl1 be on hand and the proprietors are o2 peeling others from Lincoln and Gar rard counties It will be a free aod open fight for all The U S Civil Service Commissli will bold examinations at several places In each State during March aDd April to secure young men and women for the government service 085 persona secured positions last yes through these examinations Probably 10000 appointments wilt be made Ibis year All appointments are fur for life and for most positions only a common school education Is required Salaries at appointment vary from tGC to 11200 a year with liberal promotions tfterward Politics Is not considered Tbere Is lets competition In the Southern States than In other parts of thi country This affords a good opportune Ity for people between 16 and 45 years of age Those desiring places of tbl kind can get full Information above them free by writing to the Columbia brreepoodenco College Washington D C and asking for Its Civil Service Ualogue No3 A GOOD THING German Is the preicrlp tlon of Dr A lioichce a celebrated German physician and is acknowledged 0- be one of the most fortunate discoveries In medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all Lung of the severest nature removing an it doos the caused the affection and leaving the parts in a trong and condition It is not- an experimental medicine but has stood- the test of years giving satisfaction In ev ery case which lie rapidly Incroasini sale every season confirms mlllioi ittles sold annually Boscheos German rrup was introduced in the United states In 1808 and is now sold In every town Rod village in the civilized world Three doises will relieve any ordinary cough Ico75cts Oat Greens Special Alma seat Pennys Drugstore p 0fAt a cabinet meeting Capt C E Clark was designated to represent tbe- navy at the coronation of King Edward Gen J H Wilson of Delaware to represent the army and Wbltelaw Reid of New York was chosen special ibasaador Arrangements for receiving Prince Henry of Prussia were icueaed A GOOD RECOMMENDATION hI have noticed that the sale on Guam rlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once- uscd them says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade IQ a- What bettor recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy r- Try them whin you feel dull after eating- when you have a bad taste in your mouth- feel bilious have no appetite or when lublcd with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale bY- Craig Hocker druggists Letter of Thanks Accept my dept deepest and sincere thanks to you for the public lion of my Illness In your vapor like wise my gratitude and heartfelt thanks are extended to my brethren who havo taken such groat Interest In me and my dear family and shown us so much brotherly love and rdspeot In aldln and assisting us so generously and bos pliably wo have been In no wise not lected Could not have been better cared for had been a brother and my dear friends can rest assured that 1 do appreciate everything that you have done for me and do pray Gods bleu logs to rest upon and abide with each of youMy dear friends I have a wife that II a true Christian thanks be toGod aDIt a fond mother a loving and nlTcctlonu lady who Is ever ready at any time to make any sacrifice for the promotli and upbuilding of my happiness and welfare She has watched over and cared for mo and for our three little children for almost five weeks so over ono must Icnow that she Is almost broken down with fatigue and the loss of sleep My friends notwithstanding I can sit up a little and walk about now and then occasionally about In my room I am still powerless and holplee bave nothing where with to go upon save as my friend aid me occasional along for only a short time I hope 8S I am gradually gaining my strength Hut before I close a word of praise and my heartfelt thanks are extended to Dr OBannoo for his care and treatment during my Illness must say he not only Is a good physician but I ilrlolly a gentleman A word of praise and thanks together with all other who assisted ue are exlendcd to tbo Cnlghts of Pythias for their generoslt tad hospitality In aiding us In a time of such great need and distress Likewise a word ol praise and thanks arc extended to Mr S H Uaughman and brother for their generosity and boapl allly In aiding ui through my sickness Would be glad to know the names of each and everyone who assisted mebu hero Is still another name that I de lire to mention at this writing It my dear brother Sweeney Morgan He has been good true and kind in helping UI He has been to me a brother is very sense of the word since I returned from the West and since my sick lees Came upon me 1 have in no win been neglected by him for which I do hank him from the very depths of my cart and do appreciate It together lib all others of my friends that eu icerfully aided me your kindness tall ever bo remembered by your brother and true friend till death THOMAS MOUOAN AN ATTAOK 01 1MKUMONI WARDED OFF Some time ago my daughter caught a were cold She complained of palm In- her chest and had a bad cough 1 gave- her Chamberlains Cough Itomedr au uding to directions and in two days abe- WfUI well and able to go to school 1 hue uled this remedy In my family for the put seven years and have never known It to fall says James Irendergait mer ohant Annato Bay Jamaica West India bland llio pains In the obest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia wblch in this Instance was undoubtedly irded off by Chamberlains Cough Item ly It counteracts any tendency of a- cold toward pneumonia For sale by Craig Hooker druggists v 4 A London physician has made careful calculations and says the average waite takes dancers over thrcequar ter of a mile The square dance rep- re3eotl a distance of half a mile and- Ihe galop between two and three miles ereforo the evening bait means a- tour of something like 16 miles 1100 lIE AnI rake of this will be iled to learn tlhersIsstleutoneJresded dlxun tbst sol shsibctn ibis to ruts In iU eiSDil tblt is Catarrh lulls Calank Cure II tin only Itlrs cure known to the medical fraternity trthbolDz a ranitllullanil dlwu requires a itlitttlonil treatment lUUs Cstarrb cure liken internally sctltf dlrt Ur upon the blood and mucous of tbe ijrktcm tlJerebrde trolal tbs foundation ol the dlKita bulMloc p the eonilUutbe nueliIintna work The tloa sad la dolalill here n much faith In Its lUull- powen proprleton they Oftlf One llnndrrd Dollsrs for Bay Casa that It fallS to curs Send for lUt of let tlmoalalJ AddltN r J 0BSBV A W Toledo 0 I Sold by drugatau 7Sc halls Family rill are the hest CARSON PENCE DKALKIIS IK JI Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full tall complete stork of the above always on hand and art sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes IE C WJtlTON Preat L II HUGHES Sec Trenr f agagxre lra rw THE N Central KentuRy Real state Exchange 1 And Title Company tal aarw nrmw lloiug able to ndvertu jour property in time licit ml- vartieing axalmngas in tho Slnlo and being in touch with the host rail oetnto ngonotos in tho country wo think that wo can put your property on tho beet mar kats and Sflctiro tho highest possible priooe for We therefore solicit your farms and town lots to trollyfor you- Ilonlotnborno I sumo no ohurgos whntovor Wo will ront dither your farms or town property for you Idol collect tho routs Yon uro invited to condo to our chief olllce which is located in the intoner Journal Duilding Stanford Kyj fanti oxMinino our list of property that wo now hnvo for f solo and which wo will advertise later on t t W B McROBERTS Ii DRUGGIST al Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very Rea I sonable Prices r OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY First NationalStanford Ky Bank o Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Initltutlon was originally estaUtshrd as the Deposit thank of In U48 then rcorganlinsl as the National flank of Stanford In 18S and again ittorganlted as the First National Hank of Stanford In 188t having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 years It Is better supplied now with Iaelittle for transact IrbetlfUlBl1Ul and well than lOur before la its long aBU honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL BOOOO Directors J It Paxson J B Owlet S Ii Skanta W 0 Walker Oeo W Oattar Sftceestoni to The Partner hank tTrust Ouwpaay Cad under sane coatlnaowlyforggywn SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such iMMlneM relations will prove mutually benettelal 4+ U lit I tI I tot ++ I I II A RUBBER DOCTOR 11 B home without a Hot thatJneeded any day or night A soft yielding rubber bag that applies heat at nothing else can Well wrapped will keep warm for hours HEAT HELPS most any pain Equalizes the circulation relaxes muscles and soothes the nerves With a hot water bottle you can have heat at its best No scorching and a steady oven temperature Those we offer are made as they should boof finest Para rubber with reInforced seams All sites and every sire at a barg- ainPENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford Ky 41 III U 11111 I I I U u++ Officers J 8 I100KFlt IreVt J J UcllOIlRIITB Char W 11 WpAIlBN Nk- prDirectors V Hold Lincoln Oo 8 T HarrU Lincoln Co J8 linker Lincoln Co- W I Walton Lincoln Oa J II Onlller Oral Orchard I ramare StanfordIID e5 BauKhman Stanford T I 11111 Stanford Ju ItoMnson hobble J 11 llanfihman SuafordW p Tate Stanford II STOCK 3 Officers S II BIIANKSIrosWwit J k OW8LBV Oashler W M BKIQHT ATt Cashier Livery Outfit For Sale Siclfinney dontlikeulrtI JOHN COULTRIt blolCInney IIy COAL J thisampatronagecoal T L 8UELTON Rowland Ky A M BOURNEi KyOfTeri I sasw Auctioneer to liewillprice Write to him ED WILKINSON Tonsorial ArtistSTANFORD KY- aeSplcndld Both Room in Connection J 4