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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1902J P ML NO 13 NEWS NOTES Oil was Birualc In Rowan county I Tboro Is a corn blookade ut Kansas Cfly A bllctard la raging In Northern Ohio Tho Siato U now maintaining 2010 pauper Idiots There was a serious slash between Turks and Armenians- A creamery trust with 813000000 i capital le being organized John D Hockofoller given 3100 UolverlllLyIfamous at a violinist died In New Ybrlc Sam Ionca was killed by falling on a taw in a mill In Wolfe county Maroool and Oroker are fellow pas sengore on a liner bound for England Three men were klllod In a general Oghtat tbo depot In Bollovlllo Texas A bill asking for a receiver for the Dank of Commerce was tiled In Atlan ta There are 207 cases on the docket of the Madison circuit court which Is In session W II Taft civil governor of the Philippines arrived at San Pranotioo quito 111 By Ores at Shlnnston and Davit W Va 12 lives were lost and the former town destroyed The caihler of the Commercial Hank 0 of Fulton Mo U gone as Is 10000 of the banks money Hit said Rockefeller has agreed to give 120000000 to complete Chicago University pleas t Tho worst bllssard In years Is raging at Cleveland 0 Impeding street oar and railroad trai le- o Midway has seven residents whoso I combined ages aggregate 674 years an J average of 82 years- TheMerylend State Library has barred out the Maelay history censur log Admiral Sohloy A car of rails tipped over near Cherokee Ia killing two men and fatally Injuring three others I On Ibllllpi Fork In Leslie oountv Sam Caldwell was shot from ambush and mortallywounded I The defalcation of Cashier Matteson of tbo First National flank of Great Palls Mont U 170000 William HofTraolitorformer supremo recorder of the Region of Honor oom muted suicide at St Louis- A blue In the Jell at Springfield at midnight gave the prisoners a lively etare but was quickly extinguished I The U it O S W railroad Is Im porting men to take the pique of sulk lag mining shop men at Walble toe lad 1otv1lgovernor Tart says 15000 leI 5 dtir will btt an ample fora ID the Philippines before the aloe e of the year A Dean Cooper a wealthy St Levl atilfeo U dead of Injuries reoeheclla a mysterious manner In a St Louis bath boHso f The board of army oHloera to eotsld er the location of sites for military maneuvers will meet In Waiblngtoa Jan SI- The Mlddlesboro Mineral Road beat the L It N to Uannefs Fork In the rid hot road building contest which began i at tuldnlght Tuesday i Bob Fltwlramoos pugllltt foil down a fllgVtof steps In a Brooklyn theater and seriously Injured his spine It Is possible bo was dodging a fight with Jeffrie A shortage of 116000 was found In the accounts of II O Tatum treasurer of tbo Western Commercial Travelers Association who recently committed suicide at St Lout At Chicago Wm Whltmacker shot and fatally wounaed May ConaLy because Ibo refused to marry him until be reformed from bad habits tie then shot and killed himself The now board of trustees of A t M Is as follows W R Ramsey 1Collego O B Kinkead Lexington C M Clay Paris John McCord Lebanon j W 0 Bell Harrodsburg A woman near Sparta who was a re ligious fanatic accepted literally the 10rlpturallnJunctlontlIr thine eye oft fend thee pluck It out etc pulled r 1outone of her eyes and died from her The great prosperity of tho country le shown by a statement of the condi tion of all the National banks on Deo 10 Resources showed the magnificent total of 15722730032 Deposits were 12004417005 and capital and surplus 81114235043 Loan and discounts In I creased 331720803 In a year showing 4theS great commercial activity Depos In the sarau period Increased 340 420443 Judge Kvans delivered an opinion scoring oxBanker McKnlght of Lout iivlllc refusing to grant him ball for the reason that It was time for his pun II Uhment to begin that another reversal In the higher court was unlikely and that he entertained grave approben Ions of the accused skipping bond McKnlghte lawyers will appeal to Judge Uoraco Lurtoo of tho United I States court of appeals ion bolt for their client I 4 I 1 1- i = IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES There Is talk of iMMihlishlng a rlal8 factory at High Bridge J L Baird bat been appointed postmaster i at Cue Creek Laurel county OliO J Luaeaner Jr eon of Circuit Clark B J Lancaster of Lebanon i died at Houston Texas GeorJloIet of water near Richmond I There Is on an average of 30 Inmates In tbo county poor bouse the year round and Keeper Jako Board tells us there has not boon A death among them In a your Uarrodnburg Democrat Tho beer bottling works and the cold storage plant of the Somerset Ice Company and tbo residence of John Chen newoth were destroyed by tire Loss about 17000 with only 2000 Jlnsur anea H C COMU nratfrd keeper of the Parksvllle Lodge ol Maeoabses has reo Mlved from the supreme record keeper the sum of 1000 for MM Charles S Parke tbo widow of the late Charles S Parks The Londoa Echo otters 10 cents of every M penis subscription received to the Caleb Powers defense fund The liberality of the otter Is not apparent when oas considers what aamall return he receives for the 40 cents that dont go to the defense fund London Dem ocrat Burglars entered the Porsytbo louse at Lebanon Junction going through tbo pockets of three boarders They scoured ISO from Walter iliac 122 from Oranny Whit and 120 from James Gra hem all employe of the L ft N rail road It Is believed chloroform was usedAt the meeting of the St Asapb Chapter of the Daughters of the Amer loan Revolution at Danville Regent Mrs Wm Warren Vice Regent Miss Kate Tunis Treasurer Mr Gasbwcil or Seoretary Mrs Fayelto Duulnp Registrar Mr W C Roberts Histo electedAElijah Bledsoo colored tho oldest liv log man In the United States Is now lying at the point of death at his home In the West Rod of this county Eli lab Is 1JO year old has been married 13 time Having morn than 100 living children who arc scattered all over the United Status Life le a wayside Inn For men and brothers Some blow In all their tin To treat the others Seme hang around till late To strike ome ohap Who going every gait May treat mayhap See drink one glats of beer Nor deem that risky tint when a treat they hear Will order whisky Semi empty many a glass While drinks are flowing Theo reel off home at last The bill still owing Times Tattler IlEMAKKADLK GUILE OF CKOUP A LtrrLH Hora Lira SAVED I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Cure Remedy It saved my little hoe life and I feel that I cannot praise It enough I bought a bot tie from A K Siccrc of Goodwin 8 n anti when I got home with tt the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine is directed every 10 minutes until he Ibrow up and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive that If I hid not got that bottle of cough med icine my boy would not bo on earth to dayJoel Demont Inwood Iowa For sale by Craig A Hockcr druggists MARDI GRAS QUEEN L CRESCENT ROUTENew Orleans Feb 11 Great oat MidWinter Peto In the worldwelrd and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen Crescent Route Finest train service In the South Two faSt 24hour trains every day In tbo year from Cin cinnati The trip through tho beauti ful Southern country la a holiday Jn It self All Inquiries gladly answered Free printed matter W C Rlncar son G P A Cincinnati Charles Bellamy a Burlington rail road fireman In 11 years of faithful Bitvice has traveled 000810 miles and shoveled 32501 tons of coal on tbo way He never lost a trip or received a sin Railroadmendurance never equaled Col Gilbert Bontloy a wealthy West Virginia tlmborman was killed In a pistol duel with Riley Ramsey- L W Hamby a prominent farmer of Christian county died of injuries received in a runaway If loetyQvo tons of gold and 520 of sliver are mined in a single year Cleveland capitalists bought 170000 acres of cotton land In Louisiana Oil was struck In Bourbon county Ch LANCASTER 1 The question of water works has again become a matter of town talk Judge A D Ford presided for tbo first time at the olUclal desk Tuesday at a meeting of the fiscal court iJr U M Grant has received the ap lU1I21ThoroplaceJason Joskins a down east comedy drama appeared at tbo opera bouso last night with a Ono band and orches tra and singing and danalog specialties The Junior Endeavor Society will give a candy pulling In tho Stormed storeroom on Danville street Saturday 2fttb beginning at 21 M Admission lOunta The Presbyterians of this city think of calling Rev McClung of Paint Lick fora portion of his time He Is filling a very acceptable pastorate for the Presbyterian church of that place Rev George Green of Evansville Ind will preach at the Pork church Sunday Rev Leonldas Robinson Is beak from his vacation and will till his pulpit at the Methodist oburch In this oily Mr and Mrs Johnson two successful evangelists are now In the midst of a largely attended meeting at Mt 011 vet this county Miss Yowell of Lin coin Is the conductor of tho choral ser viIII B Northcotts largo warehouse and poultry building on Stanford street la nearlng completion It la quite com modious In order to accommodate Mr Nortbcotts varied and extensive tradeThe Garrard County Medical Society meets In this city at the Hotel Garrard this afternoon pre Carpenter of Stanford and Frank Walker 6f Paint Lick are to furnish tbo papers of the conventionThe county board of health have received their reappointment from Dr McCormack the president of the State board Dra J H Klnnalrd I S Wes ley end H M Graot constitute the health officials Mrs Mary Harris who has made a months visit to her aged mother Mrs Susan Anderson of ibis place leaves tomorrow for Lexington to bo tbo guest of her sister Mrs Miller Sho will go from there to Indianapolis Mr Arrastoad Adams of the Paint Lick vicinity died Tuesday and the In terment took plaoo Wednesday In the Lancaster Cemetery He bad reached his 78th year and leave a lonely widow to mourn his departure The local order of Maccabees through Us otlloer Jacob Joseph received 3000 for Mesdames Nannie Hamilton and Margaret Stevens whose deceased husbands were members of that lodge Tbe former gets 2000 and the latter 1000 Senator George T Farris keeps to the front In the Introduction of bills In the Kentucky Senato this local option bill Is said to cover the case satisfacto rily and will doubtless pass without opposition and his rabbit law is alto pronounced good and will protect other game as wall as the baro Wm Lackey has returned from Tex as wbero bo was called by the death of his brother Hon R H Tomllnson who has been hero with his family has returned to Frankfort Editor Louis Land ram has returned from the State Capital much pleased with his sojourn and the culture and geniality of Ken tuckys gifted young executive Tbe Continental Kettle Drum the amateur entertainment to bo gives by young people tonight at the opera house has a combination of 40 per formers and Includes a Martha Wash ington tea parly aa oldtime deestrlct skulc a colonial ball and a Gypsy encampment among its chief features Aa two of Stanford most attractive young ladles Misses Pearl Burnsldo and Tev Is Carpenter aro leading characters a number of Lincoln visitors aro expect edIt la reported that tho Standard 011 Company has leased some land In sev era sections of this county and will do some prospecting for the crude petrol eum Rumor also states that they would not lease what Is known as the Pollard 011 Wells of the Flat Lick localltyaa It has been found that a former lease still holds good and that stockholders of this oil venture of over half a cen tury ago may yet realize something from their Investments This section was first bored and wells sunk over 05 years ago Mrs Arthur Hubbard who has been a guest of Mrs John E Stormes returned Wednesday to her homo In Cov logton Andrew Jackson Wells a Western man has bought a oaoacro lot of Jacob C Robinson at tho extreme end of Water street and will soon be gin tbo erection of a residence B T Foley of Lexington la tho guest of busses Martha and Sallle Tlllett Mrs E G KaulTman has returned from a two weeks stay In Quslonvlllo James Doores bas rented his dwelling to Mrs Belle Austin and daughter who will move to their now abode on Monday I MRS SALLIE BALL Agrd nearly 87 breathed her last at ubout 11 oclock Wednesday night af ter being 0iotined to her bed nearly a year Although an Invalid her death was very sudden HR she was feeling about us usual and was In good spirits when her daughter Mrs Swopo gave her a toddy some 30 minutes before she died It Is believed that heart disease caused her death Mrs Ball bad ant fared two strokes of paralysis and pos slbiy It was a third stroke that did its deadly work She was tbo relict of Tbomas M Ball who was a preacher and under whose prcacblnc she pro fessed religion when she was only 17 years old It was a caso of lojc at firstI sight It seems aod a short while later they wore made ono Mrs Ball was the mother of Thomas C Ball of this place John P Ball of Texas and Mes dames Elizabeth Routoo and Sallle J Swope All of the children almost wor shipped their aged mother while the former sons devotion to her was beau tiful Indeed He bad spent every Sun day In two years with one single ox caption with her and has been as kind and attentive to her as a eon could be He Is almost brokenhearted over the lots and wept bitterly when bo told us of his mothers death At 11 oclock this morning the remains were taken to Gosben and all that was mortal of the good old mother was laid to ret until the resurrection morn Mrs H A B Marksbury entertain ot the following at a sumptuous dinner yesterday Rev and Mrs A R Moore Rev and Mrs J E Woolfurd Mrs 0 T Farrls and Mss Sallle Tillett S C Denny and sister Mrs Mattle Duncan have returned from the funeral of Mr Joe S Grimes of Elizabethtown Mis Florence Tanner of MoKloney Is vII iting Mrs W K Shugars Senator and Mrs George T Karris and daugh ter were called Saturday to the bedside of Mr Ferris father at Sliver Creek MT VERNON Work Is to be pushed on the Copper Creek well- Nearly every one In tho county has a cold and a cough Tbe supervisors are In session and they arc raising valuations right and leftWe understand that J H Clark a merchant of Goochland has made an assignmentThe Company has secured a franchise In Livingston and will put In a telephone exchange at that point as soon as the weather permits Two resignations will shortly cause now appointments and quite a swap around among the railroad agents Brodhead Mt Vernon East Bernstadt Pltuburg and London are some of the mentioned stations Larkln Hicks won the first prize In the old fiddlers contest at Brodhead Tuesday night Alex Martin Rowland second and Fount Tyree of Rockuas the third A good crowd was In attendance and all enjoyed tbcjshow Our people were pleased to bear a few days since that an organization bad been perfected for developing the Pine Hill mlpes Tho capltalwhlrn la Urge we aro told has been secured Among the enlerprlses contemplated aro coke ovens and a tire clay plant this county having thousands of acres of fine grade of olay suitable for the pnrposo Will Mason of Orlando Is danger ously 111 of pneumonia Prof A E Ewers principal of Collegiate Insti tute has been 111 for the past week Col J B Fish and family will not move to Knox until Spring By that time we hope they will conclude to re main In Mt Vernon C C Williams was In Berea Thursday M F Brink ley traveling for a Cincinnati house was here several days this week Pete Hampton seems to be right In It at Livingston John Cummins aoold soldier has been dangerously 111 for some days A persistent cold Is yet ID our midst Dr William Leroy Brown president of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute died suddenly at Montgomery Ala property In the FIJI Islands was destroyed by natives HH g o s 8 Ti o 9til n At 1 Oh What a Chance I j BEAll 150 Manhattan and 1 It Fountain Stiff Bosom Shirtsi1Jr Ifll YOUR CHOICE 50 GENTS EACH In IT PAYS TO TRADE AT f 1 THE BEIIll Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 1nTrunks Telescopes and Suit Cases Wo have nudes a line of the above and can supply you for the s leawt money See our goods before you buy Cummins IftcClary 1 SAVE MONEY This Year byTrading With Hiqgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Im plementsEtc Etc r heip iFor Tike Cih0 Next Great Auction Sale of FINE HORSES Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky February 6 7 aid 8 1902 Sale limited to300horsesnot how many but how good If iyou have one or more good horses of any kind to sell let us know atonce FARRIS DBNNYpanville Ky d I r51 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r JEC WALTON W P WALTON I Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commission for tbe M District snbltct to the will of ibs democru THE following dispatch sent lrom Vaocebursr to the Lexington Leader during tbo Howard trial has lsllen short of tbo probably desired elTect J Nool Johnson the famous writer of short stories of Kentucky life bM about completed what will probably be the most sensational novelette ever a written entitled Why I killed Goe t bel The substance came In a leuer 7 to Johnson from Aecunolon Paracu The writer claims to bave killed Goo bol and explains why ho did it Be did it ho claim principally because bo believed that by putting Goubel out k of the way ho would save the life of tbe democratic party On this letter Jobn L f son elaborates a wonderful tragic ro i manco The writer claims to belong to an old aristocratic family I He eavs l that after the Sandford killing ho went to Goebele omen and challenged blm to tight a duel Goebel rave him a quiet look out of the corner of his eyes I and said Dont you know that every lawyer takes an oath not to fight a duo y el This Is my busy day and waived the young man out After the ehootlt ho claims be made no effort to escape and later went away only at the tear ful importunities of blatlsters IF you want to prolong your life get- i married Dr Fllz the leading Germi statistician is satisfied after many years of collecting materials that married persons live longer than slnltlet persons but we shall cling to the min Btrels assertion that they do not live longer It only seems longer The doc tore figures show that the deaths of married persons between 30 and 70 are three flfth9 lees than of unmarried persons The average life of the unma sled person who passes 31 is 53 0 of tbe married 01 4 The death rate amoc married persons between 20 and 00 years of ago Is 07 per thousand unmarried 84 TUB Lexington Herald In an editorial ij has this to say about our brother for which we extend our thanks The edl DemolI a Confederate soldier who came to Kentucky when but little more than 8- i youth and for years has edited a euc i cessful paper at Stanford and flue I with credit to himself a largo place In I the upbuilding of that community standing for an enforcement of the law and the preservation of order at time f against great odds MR CLARENCE E WOODS friend 1allover the State would like to see blm t made Senator James B McCreary private secretary We dont know that I Mr Woods wants the place but he 18 certainly a well equipped gentlemai f for it and if he should express the slightest desire to be the Senators prl vate secretary a monster effort would be made by his legion of friends to so cure him the position I A WASHINGTON dispatch says thai j the contest over the Louisville survey r orsblp has developed Into a contest for I supremacy between Bradley and Yer The president la in a quandary would like to appoint Collier butt f Ikesthe many objections lodged against f tWIIO could blame the MlssUsipp I man objects to being hung on the i same day and scaffold with a Negro IWouldany of our readers enjoy such a Of course noti i G 5 DEXTBK who had not taken a 1drinkof water for 40 years Is dead at III It took a long time for stronger drinks than water to get In their work POLITICAL The president nominated Dr Rimy to be surgeon general of tbo navy The decision of the Isthmian Canal Commission causes no surprise in Eng i la- ndiJudge Jere Morton of Lexington 4denies he will be a candidate for I The republican oauous for United 1State8 Senator In Now Jersey took a r ballot- Appellate Court Judge ORear Is In I Washington taking a band in the Fed eral patronage scramble ExPreslcjent Cleveland indorses President Roosevelts stand In regard i to tariff concessions to Cuba Judge TZ Morrow emphatically de nice that he will be a candidate for Congress In the llth district The bill giving distilleries 10 days further time in which to make with drawal reports passed the Senate The treaty providing for the sale of the Danish West Indies to the United States will be signed at Washington this week The republicans of the Legislature have decided that the State Capitol and St Louis Exposition bills are not mat tore requiring caucus action The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill Increasing by 921000 the annual appropriation fbr the State guard and making the amount 28000 L fr nWG e The Kentucky Senate passed a bill to prevent the use rft Paris green on to baccoHon James B McCreary was formal ly declared United States Senator Wednesday and his certificate was handed him by Gov Beekbam A Senate resolution extending the thanks of Congress and voting a sword to Admiral Schley was referred to a committee over Senator Masons pro teat The Hoqea committee on war claims reported favorably the bill to pay Kentucky 073000 for money expended In equipping Union soldiers during tbe civil warIThe House bill a alntaoarobhtl will provide the death penalty for Iln attempt to kill or assault the presldont or any one In the line of succession to the office It Is Senator McCreary of Kontucl A very good selection a vast ImproveI went over Deboe who Is about thll smallest man Kentucky ever permitted to go the Senate Nashville Amerlcanl The Legislatures of six notified Congress that they desire an amendment of the constitution provld ing for the election of United State8 Senators by popular vote Rev J E Wood pastor of tbo Flret Baptist church colored of Danville Is In Washington to hold a 1onforence with President Roosevelt with reference to securing a greater share of tbe federal patronage for the colored poll ilolans of Kentucky The Joint Legislative Committee on Charitable Institutions heard arlru nenta on the Carroll bill at Frankfort It Is believed the bill will be reported avorably but the Deaf and Dumb nstltute and tbo Institute for the Blind rill be exempted from Its provisions Outsiders are taking some Interest In tbe ColllcrBarnett fight In Waahln ton Senator Scott and Posmast GenEral Payne have spoken a few words t t the president in Burnetts Interest while Commander Dyrenforth of the Union Veterans Legion is worklngfi Jollier DeficiencyI stricken out and an amendment subs cited providing for the expenditure of 500009 for a place In Manila for tbe shelter and protection of the American troops Representative Ell H Brown Jr of raison county has Introduced a bill wblcb revolutionizes the Jefferson clr cult court It provides that the four or more judges shall rotate monthly on the benches of the several divisions 10- stead of presiding regularly In one court as they do now An emergency claw IJ attachedHon Warren of Stanford Will- In the city Monday mixing with his frleods and putting up his fences Mi Warren was born and reared In DaVie aunty and will be mighty hard to defeat for her vote He has the dlstini tlon of carrying a district for Common ealtba attorney that was largely republican and no better democrat ever redDanvllle News The Senate Committee on Judlclar decided to report favorably the Farris b1l which provides for submitting to a vote of the people the proposition to IJ amend the constitution at to permit a return to the viva voce system of boldlnlr elections This was the first- bill introduced at this session At tbo eating of the committee all the men bers voted for a favorable report ex- copt Senator Kirk republican who did not vote at all At last James B McCreary can read bh title clear to the United States Sen orsblpand he will tako his seat In tbe most august deliberative body on- earth with the unanimous good wish es of his party When McCreary first set his eagle onthe tog4 it became hlsn and the subsequent perIod wa devoted to the mere precautionary woek of guarding against the rsmoti posalbllliy of a slip twlxt the oup aod- tho lip The victory was as easy as- rt1l11nl off a log and as slick as the de- 8oent to Avernus Yet ovary step of- the way was seeded with good works laoeforth ho will reap only as be bas- 8OwedLou Times THIS AND THAT nether slight earthquake shook wae- lelt In Cbllanclngo Mexico yesterday haac Hughes said to be Gen ZollI Q1IYer favorite colored servant Is dead at Plnevillo The Mississippi House has passed a- b1l appropriating 850000 for an exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Tbe tax on corporations banks and Insurance companies to New York- Statc during the current fiscal year- wl1 yeld over 80000000 Lutborlty to sign the treaty for tbe- transfer of the Danish West Indies bas- buen cabled from Copenhagen to tbe- Danlsb Minister at Washington Ilea Salllo Maraee has through ber- attorneys C C and R G William broullbt suit against John M Ison for 810000 In damages foralander Signal Mrs Susan S Porter aged 70 years- tbe original of Sunshine In Mrs- Mary J Holmes famous novel Temp est and Sunshine ia dead at Ver salllesReligious statistics for 1001 sbow- that the gain In church membership- heIn United States during the year- was 2G7 per coat while the total gain In population was only 218 per cent JL MATRIMONIAL IDavId B natand Miss Liz le wore married at Klulsvl1le Tuesday I Charles Perkins and Miss Mollie Freeman of Burgln eloped to Jelllco and were married It Is announced that Mies Joseph Holmana engagement to inventor MlSr cool has been broken off IMisil Anna Elyslnier and Jobn both of Roakaagtle eloped to Jalllco and wero made one Mrs Derihuoft Taylor aged A3 Yflar was united In marriage to JoshuaI Moore aged 22 at Somerset If the now Mrs Dapew tries lowe the pants oho will have H hard job The Senator has ISO pairs In his truus luau LouUvlllo Times Ella Hart Wlngste of Mldwa IMIIIII here was married at tbe in LouUvllla Wednesday to- W W Beadles of Mayfleld Howard Moore under arrest In Wolfe county for bigamy la said to have 13 living wives Serves him right for no being eatleiicd with an even dOMn13 always was an unlucky number Mlsa Nannla Alcorn ailed 13 and J Houp aged 10 were married at IIIsb Bridge They wore charlvarled that night but were too young to mind it thought it was a serenade probably Harrodsburg Democrat Walter S Holtzolaw a clover farmer and Miss Addle Lee the handon laughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Marti were married at Rev W E Arnold by that gentleman Wednesday nljrh The participants are popular young people and have many friends who aeartlly congratulate them on their 1m portant move On Wednesday at noon In the rooms of Rev J W Hagln a short ceretnoo was said by him which united tbe lyca of R B Green and Mies Emma T Goodo Mr Green Is from the Weet End where he Is WIll known and bu manV friends Mlas Goode la of the furoeravllle community and U as os Imable Christian lady beloved and liS earned by all who know her Rev It B Mabony joined four hat py hearts at the home at Dr E J Drown Wednesday with one Irapra she ceremony They were Davl fnompson and MIe Jael Garner aod ogan Thompson and Nisi EW Sprinkles allfcf the East Ead and well ooneoted people The INTER JOR JOURNAL extends its heartiest cor ralulailona to the young folks wbo ave just taken so Important a slap 10 belr lives THE HOWARD TRIAL The defense closed Its ease In th toward trial at Frankfort Wednesday aod the Commonwealth began on Ite vldence in rebuttal Several wltneese broke the force of the testimony of lowarda alibi witnesses Robertio and Poore by testifying that they had told conflicting etorleeot their where bouts The State also examined wit essea from the mountain counties wbo testified that James Stubblctield and John M Collins were men of goo haracter and reputation Sam Gregory Elijah and John Herd of Clay county swore that Jim Howan xhlbltcd to them a false mustache black In color which fan carried in ai envelope William Sanderlln of Owe ley county testified that Bev White- told him that Jim Howard bad killed oobel that be and bU brother John G bad epeht 14000 In the case and tbey would spend every cent they bad- to fetch Jim out Sanderlln further stifled that Boy White told him that he got Jim Howard to kill Goebel inderlln was put under the guard of a deputy sheriff after be came to Frank fort to prevent him from leaving town He said Robt Webb came to him aDd- told him If ha would oecape from the sherlIY and not testify against Howard nev White would give him 850 A GOOD RECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale on Gham rlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets amost invariably to those who have once u td tliemu says Mr J H Weber a omiuent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recommendation could any tdloitie have than for people to coil for It when again In need of such a remedy T- Try them wlt n you feel dull after tatlnlt- whon you have a bftdtnste in your moulh- leel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you aro- certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by- CraIg Hooker druggists Tbe formation of the Mutual 011 and- Gas Co a new oil enterprIse of Colum bla has about been completed with a- capltat stock of 825000 divided Into- shares of 110 each This company Is- said to have leases on over COO acres of- land In the oil district of Wayne county The Columbia Oil Company bas- been compelled to abandon Its first well- after going to a depth of 1300 feet on- account of the drill being fastened in tbe bottom of the hole St Louie will send a distinguished delegation to Kentucky to urge an up- iprlatlon for the Worlds Fair The republican caucus of the New- Jersey Laglslaturo nominated John F- Dryden for U S Pho C dt O will build a 8100000 office at Cincinnati and a 825000 station at Charleston W Va A reception was given at the White Houlle in honor of Congress iSurprise Special Sale NO I At TilE RACKET STO RfIWatch this space every Tuesday and Friday for bargains Mens Sic Suspenders Or Mena till shirts or without collars SA- CMenY5 shoe at OSc Itoyt suits sites 0 to It well worth fSo go at OSc- oo pair ladles Iboos wore 81 SO now 49iv Mens worsted pautnwdrc SI bargain price SOc Br quality Rinclum re du rl to Ic jc yard utingrkth at IVarl bultoiii Sr dtun Drown cotton tc value- reduced to ltjr Illoachcd cotton worth Bjfenow 4c The TSc ijual Ity no itarch Sc Iloyn plow shoes alto a to 1 worth Sltt at lcr Sic rubber go nt lOc 12 dos china buttons S- i7V storm rubbers at III Lidloi kill dovod former price 41 V reduced fortliU mill l- Towee T1 1 worth lib IO 1 4 MIDDLEBURG J T Short Sr has moved into hl new house nt Yosemite haaa Cowae hits bought the 8lont lot In the rear of tbo Dapilntahuruh for 1126 The school at M N C Is proercf Ing most nicely and with a goodly at tendance A few new pupils were enrolled this week and more are expect ed A year ago yesterday Jan 23 1001 occurred the uprising at Bacolor Lu too PI when tho combined conce rated forces of Gene Matcardo aod lejandrlno attempted to take the to- by storm release the 500 odd inurgei prboners oDd blow the 4Ut Infantr- U S V to hides Their attempt wu mOlt futile as told In our letter at tbe time resulting in a wholesale slaulbI ter of the enemy with only two Amer cans slightly wounded This was our act fight and was the date fixed for a teneral uprising throughout the trot polaRO The combined drug and grocer tore machinery warehouse and under airing establlabmant of George R Jc tar burned Wednesday nlghtabout g3 iolock The fire originated In tbe lower bawmapt and the building W88 In dame almost the moment the firewall dt oovered Everything la a sum laUs Ion nothing helot eared cxcep ba books end a small show cue A krga and complete lies of drugs trOt arlai shoes rows urolthlne goods laohlaery and a number of comes aai latollo caskets were ooeeamsd by tbe amen The bulldlog was one hufi Wade of flamw almost lostantly aDd It was with bard work that Mlllara ebo wall laved The lose Ii somathlng asa 4UOO with Insurance of 2000 rIsy unanimous vote the joint Lagbla tlve committee on corporatloea at Frankfort decided to report favorabl tbe double liability repeal bill Store For Sale We desire to sell 0 9 Durham A 0011 ltoek of at this place oonttsUae of utlilnp groceries notions shoes hate farming implements etc The foods wil- lInlee about 1690 the stoek can ts had at a Write to or call on JONRS t WIIBAT MlddlelmrgJCy COALII ham decided to remain at IlowUnd thl Inter and continue In the cost business I am better prepared than ever to handle eonl and a of your oatron- ago I handle the best trades of Je1l1oo- eoal T L 8HELTON Rowland Kr A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers biB cervices ai Auotoinoersaas to the people of Lincoln County lie will plcae both In work price Write to him A 2YearOld Heifer lIIaelr rats to wy some days ap- OWlar can get her by paving fur her keell- anll this sotka 16 D HOITOI A W Crab Orchard FARM FOR SALE 257 Acros in Proach orsvillo Llneo1n Co Ky 0 NUN from Stanford 8- mlllM from Ienaaster on till Jar act- Orab Orchard lake 4 poll dwellings I Rood weill anil ehtern ROAU punSe ttlentyof poet aad rail Umber for fttncUe yell to stock raUlng Will divide It Into two farm or sell ns a A4NOLIIStanford pin Hv W E Courier Journal year week Two onlyS1 The TwlcoaWeek CourierJournal the best paper published in the United States for for all readers It 1s the equal of dallies and the superlo of alt other semiweeklies or weeklies IlENUV WATTEI130N Editor Tho Wednesday Issue la devoted to news matters tho Saturday Issue to the homo By a special arrangement you can tho INTERIOR JOURNAL and the SemiWeekly Gourler Journal both for onn year for only I SSO a This Is for cash subscribers only 5 r wr a Table coven formerly sold for 8195 go In this sale nt ID- cLaceeurtalnthet kind now too spoolsforII quilts croquet and hemmed jo at 4i c Mens oven outs Unit sell for f everywhere go In tills surprise sale at the un heard o prlio of IM A rare imrsln Children 19c This Sotunlny Monday onlyMn110 wool THE RACKET STORE Cheapest d MURRAY WcADAMS jOEADDId JEWELERS DANVILLE 1 largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties Central Kentucky We are also Graduate Opticians and eau lit your eyes scientifically and correctly experi enced jewelers employed in repair shopmt isfaction guanmtecd Wo sell Gorham Silver e Ifyou want a Watch i Clock or Chainii Dont toll to see me hOIpurchnsing elsewhere ns 1 hnvo some spocinl burgnins to oiler i in those lines and also in cut glass and 1I00Itlii1 WH MUELLER i d d n A CLEARANCE SALE COSTisThis will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots and and other goods too numerous to mention in this Heros example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale for cash No goods charged at those prices so dont ask it Sale begins on Thursday January 10th 1002 the CaTs 13heeler mVOTm 1 HUSTONVILLE KY First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally estftblhhrd as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In lOS then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In IMS fed again M the Flat National Hank of BUnferd In ISMS having had practically an uninter rupted eilstnncD for 41 pan It to latter mppHed now with facilities for tTHHsitct lag mess promptly and well than ever before la IU long sad onormble career Accounts qf Individuals Fiduciaries Corporations Solicited shoes lace or button fresh sad Icon stock well worth M A lc fo at offer god for and all troll worth Slv Koatgais Store In Town The in Three our Shoes ad nn is reorganised and II Officers Y J 8 1IOOKHK IresU J J McKOIlHKTS Ohr a IiWEAIIENRkprDirectors V Reid UMMln Oe 8 T Hnrrta Macole Do J9 hooker Llneoln Oo W I Walton Lincoln Oo J OoHtarOmbOrohant M D HIre Stanford 811 Baa hin aa BUafor T I11111 StANford Jae ItoWnson Hubble J II Itnuchnan Stanford W I1 Tate tan ford Oul Line ofdGroceries Hadware Chinaware Queonswnrc Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete Tile best selected line that could bo had is now on Displ1yfGEORGE H 11 I W B McROBERTS a DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very Rea sonable PricesIOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY f Nro IIItIl IJ rm THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOUO KY JAN 21 1002 In Oiling your prescriptions wo UBO tho right medicine In the exact propor tions and with proper caro Wo could not do bettor If yon us doublo tbo price which IB always reasonable Pun nys Druti Store PERSONALS Dn R A JONas Is la Cincinnati on bmlotss MHB T D NBWLAN1 U down with e tk1 grip MRS KLLA HBJTHT Is at Lebanon Junction MIlS ANMB PHituiS It rlilUotr ut Sholby 01ty- lUjr II U MAIIOKV was in Loale tflle this week Dit A S PRIM Is dtoMedly bettor we aro glad M state JAMBS O HBID U now head clerk at the St Ainuh Dotot MISS JHNNIB LYNN returned today to Paris to outer school JOHN II WONHH U working for Jns I K Hoasloy tbo liveryman E O SMITH of Llnovlllo Tonn Is with Sheriff MS Boughmau Miss LULIK WAIINKII of Oarrard U tho guest of Mrs J W Perrln Mns JOHN 8 Munruv of the rur nerivlllc iccllon continues very III- PllHTTY Mlis Lllllo Moore of Casey e Is with her sister Mrs Kd Wilkinson Cot DAVID O COIsON of Middle boro was here a short while Wednes day MILS COO C OIVftNR and 100I walt Iet yesterday to visit her mother at Parts Mi88JIIN1nPAYNKof Crab Orch ard was the geeetof Mu Martha Sav erane EDITOR It O CCKNINQIIAM of the DitnvllU Cimrier pawed uptoMMdtos lco ywtonlay- Mu W U BHOWX of KookoasUe was hue Thursday leeg tswuieh to wy tor hiss I J to Jan 1 ISO- aMI Mi Dow OOOOK and Berta Itotmrtls of Mllohsjlltburtf were 1118- 1r Mr DM Mrs B DCarMr- BAUIBMISS MCWHORTKK of Crab Ofofeard is vU1U r Mrs Dr M n- atttobMt VaraoB Sic SHI I- MHBDAMMBDil KDM18TOK and M J llarrl of Crab Orchard were RMtltof tIN Myrtle Uegbes TUB lUadloK Club will meet with Mils Ateero Saturday afternoon All Members are lequetted to attend DR It GOUMTKIN writes that ho will be at the Si Asaph Hotel Jan 27 to Feb let owl Invite all who have trouble with their eyes to mall on bin Tim U D C will have their regular menthly roeetleg with sire II J Mo Robert Tuesday tSth at 2301 M All membere are requested to be present Mil V B MoHBttaod wife Mr Geo M Alford and wife and Mr W C Greening and rflfe chaperoned a lively crowd of young people from Elusion rlllo to the minstrels hero Wednesday night Mn AND MRS A L CAHTHII of tbe Wont End entertained Wednesday night In honor of Misses Goodo and Hobards of Mltohellsburg Somo t guests were present and all bad a pleas k ant time UNCLH JBSSK CARTER one of VLlacoQ substantial elllxens aoda r of the old school Is pendln tbe week with friends hero ID Danville wbo have moved hero since the flood of Immigration from that county started some tlmo ago News LOCALS RBDUCBO prices on lap robes J O MaOlarv PLBNTY ot fun at the opera house Mofllay olght A Irate bargains lefties genie shoes at John P Jones a AS usual the INTRIUOR JOURNAL man will be al LueonsWr court Moo day Vou KMNT attthtr of toy two real denege on Weei Male Sweet W P Wultae Wli will sell lacy and feed cheap for a few day to reduce stock J II Bauffh man fc toat DONT forget the rotalon band enter i talnmnnt In Severance t Sons store room toplgbt r DONT miss tho chances to buy r suit overcoat or odd pants at cost at Cum mine McCJorya I 3EE tbo line of pictures on display a our store and see how easy It IB to go- a one George II Farrls at Co DIMES Tho Lincoln County National Bank soot tGOO in dimes to tbo sub treasury at Cincinnati this week r CAN use a few bushels of millet ace if received by Fob let Will ship a car oft by then J O Baugbmao d Co a RESERVED seats now on sale at Me Roberts drug store for the Jason Josh lln show at Waltons Opera House i Monday night next I WATCH tbo Racket Store bargal- list every Tuesday and Friday in thI- r e paper They are getting In car loads of bargains from tbo East dally OPERA HOUSE Monday night Jason Joskins I Wlll deliver anywhere in town limits millet hay at 46c J IL Boone Fon SALE Four Penny Peanut Vending Machines For prices address I Battles Woaron Stanford Ky JOHN P JONBS Is having his store pitWILL milletolovar and tim othy bay corn oorncbop shtpnolT oats and straw Cheap for cash J U Baugbraan it Co TUB property T all persons on which taxes are not pall by Feb I will be ad vertised Positively nooxeoptlons will bemalleS M Owens oxeherlff HAVING deolded to locate In Stan ford I will open an elegant line of mil linery In Judge Aloorne building on Lancaster street Mrs Cleo W prawn St Folt SuIfyou want o buy the best storehouse and the best took of goods In the beet little town In Ken tucky address James Frye Huston vlllo Ky + GAS AT 100 FEKT The drillers who aro operating on Mrs Mary Johnsons farm between Junction City and Mil ledgevllle struck a strong flow of gee at 100 foot THE Danville hasthat Fatder Paul Volk who was re ported killed In Columbia S A Is not dead but on tho contrary Is expected to visit Kentucky soon Father Volk bulltthe Catholic church atOltenbolm DLOODIIOUNIW Dm TUB WORK The bank at Hartford this State was burglarised Bad 1000 taken Bloodhounds were put on the trail and tour ciook with the each In tbelr pocket were OHUght W bats tbe matter with Lincoln county buyleg a couple of good bloodhounds T It might prove u good laveotmani OHOKOB GRAY who not 10 yean on tbe charge of shooting sad robbing Parroaster Colson near MlddlMboro and who was hers pending an upjwal was taken to Pleavllle Wedoesdey to testify In tbe case of the Common weulU against George Katoa charged with befAll Implicated In the above ease LATKR The trial was ooatln ued and Gray was brought bask today JASON JOSKINS I Walton Op era Boos Momiay night Tbe above play will be presented bv a capable company headed by Mlee Lorene Jan lea and Mr Clare Sionaker Ills one of those rural comedy dramas replete with down east comedy and plenty of blgbclais singing and dancing spec ialties the kind of a play that made Duncan Thompson Alvin Joallo and James A Homo famous lots re perfed through tbe piece Is the Squashtown band and quartette and the latest songs and dances by members of the compa ny They carry a strosg band and or chestra Go and enjoy yourself DANVILLB Tho pension of J R Dodd has been Increased from 16 to 13 0per month Miss Kllia Bunco aged 17 years died at the home of Frank Clark Son In Junction City after a brief Ill ness of consumption Miss Kalberlne Caldwell daughter of Mr C K Cald tog morrow Warren Montgomery of that city Ex Sherltl G W Coulter has purchased Thor blll farm five mites from town on tbo Lebanon pike of Misses Ella and Bessie Caldwoll for 3000 Tbe farm Wains 20 acres upon which la one of the largest dwellings In the- countyAdvocote I GORTONS MINSTRBLS Wednesday nltfht did not draw as large a crowd as the good clean show they gave deserv ed The total receipts were only about 8110 when the management bad ox pooLed at least a 01100 house Our peo pie dont like shows It seems though and If they want to miss aU of the good things going It Is no kick of ours Joseph Gorton Jr proved himself a wonderful musical prodigy playing well on every Instrument one could think of VVelby and Pearl did some clever work as Negroes nod their dano lag and tumbling was Qee The jokes were for tbe most part new and tbe singing was above the average The 35 men In the show are all gentlome- and It la a pleasure to do business wit such an organisation I BBAZLKY Mrs Salllo Embry BCBZ oy widow of Col J M Boazlo y died Mrstocloctlast night age about 70 Mrs Beazley was ono of those excellent Christian women loved by all anti her death causes universal sorrow She was a devout member of areguiadr dren are left to trourn this sainted mother Mosdames Scott Burton Caleb Johnson Misses Molllo and Alice Beaz ley and Messrs Charles Embry T James R and Grimes G Beazloy and in tbelr sorrow they weep not alone Tbo body was brought to her late homo today and will bo Interred In the Lan costar Cemetery after services at tho Sune good woman has goon to her toward lot her splendid life be emulated OLD newspapers for sale This olllce WATCH for Jason Joskins band M ondaytGOOD lot of all kindsharness just received Prices right George H Farris it Co + I LBTTBR beads printed and padded at 26Ier thousand np This blllco streetIrance wet at ollloe IOelt Mlddleburj letter tells of the of Geo R Jeters store M thatI i pluses We eyrapublis with tbe clever owner In his big toga I SUIT GARLAND SINOLRTON tolls us j that next TburMluy 30th will be exam pupilsII common course I THIS oiHoe rece this an order for printing from Manchesterj Tbe I J olUces fame for doing good printing cheaply Is getting world wide j TUB INTUItion JOURNAL and the Twloe e Week Courier Journal for I DryanlICommooer throe for IJ Ii5 IIT Is bqexperts that a lake tbatIdo so from crevices Tilt following telegram was received hy tbo manager of tbo opera boose this morning Jason Joskins played here last nlgnt to good business PInt class show and deserving of patronage OperaIaged 20 wai OrohardIfrom a pocket of isle overalls and n t charged The bullet pureed his heart net he lIed Instantly He was a MB of Andy Stewart n wellknown darkey nod had been le tbe employ of tbe Springs Company T T SOLD OtTJcB Meier who bos made a snug Hule fortune in tbe fancy grocery and restaurant beelne sold out this morale to E L Rlnehart wbo hoe also been nee of Stanfords Buoeestfal merchants Mr Meter teat up for a while cad la the meantime watch out for something good He dose not west to leave the place If he gas get loco a profitable business here as be agrees with all who bar drunk out of the old spring that Stanford Is the best town on the map Mr Rlnebeart is a flop business man pleasant to deal with and should and will do well la his new role Ho proposes to keep up the good reputation of the business Mr Meier s arced and asks a share of public patronage Ho will increase the stock at once LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Corn sold at 8225 at a public sale In Adair FOR SALK 50 good ewes L L Do ty Stanford Dr W B Burke Is feeding his cattle millet seed In Boyle John Stephenson sold to O P Huff moo a bunch of 00 pound fat hollers at 310 J C Days sold to Mark Ilardlo 42 yearlings to threeyear olds at 21 to 3o Five fat 16band 7 to 8yearold mules for sale G J Cunningham BllUburg Ky St Wheat In my section actually looks pitiful said John S Murphy of the West End to as tbe other day W H Flowers and Robert Mitchell bought of W H 0111 and Frank Wag gener 35 nee cad two year old steers at 822 SAdalr News Jonas Well bought of T S Burnam his 430aere farm In Madison at 866 Tbe land lies near Sliver Creek and Is knotfn as the Powers place Je eeC Lynn purchased 16 butcher cattle at 3o cad 35 bogs at 5c Gogar k Doyle have purchased 1000 agree of bemp 10 Boyle and surrounding coun ties at it to 5o per 112 Ibs Danville News MT STERLING COURT About 2000 cattle on the market quality common Trade quick 000 pound steers sold at 4 alehBoardman of Bourbon bought 23 800 pound cattle of Green Lyman at 3 05 The mulo market was dull Small mules sold at SCO to S50 apd some 151 at 8100 GUESTSdLifo IB w wayside lea Whence some depart Before tbe feast has been Brought on They start Upon their journey long But ill inclined The feaatlng wine and song To leave behind Some tarry till tho board Bo fully spread Theo ere tbo wino la poured They go unfed But tome livelong day Feast dance and sing At eventide they pay 4 The reckoning Chicago RecordHerald CHURCH MATTERS Philip Veldelburg of Madison coun y Ind aged 58 has been married 12 times Uncle Joo Hopper hoe bud 10addl tions to the Cllnionvlllo Presbyterian church In Bourbon Rev Ira Purlin has been called to preach at Harmony Baptist church which he has served fur four years Record The money for the caesura of Miss Sloe toe American missionary has been forwarded to the Americans who have boon oeguUnllog with the brl dUn Wm D Montgomery of the Lexington ttlble 01will preach at MoCormaeka church at 11 oclock Sunday morning Bpd on eaofi 4th Sunday morning thereafter Elder K T Williams has again been oalled to the paetprate of Columbia Christina church He resigned Jan 11 because be was unable to devote his en tire timn to the charge nod asked the congregation to select some one wbo could devote his entire time to the Co lumbia church but they declined to take his advice FASHION HINTS Gauntleled gloves have been christ aced Coronattou Queens gray U the smart thing in striped UtTeta tinegRed Louis heels are tor be bad on black kid boots- Bougalnvllloas ure once more In the florists windows In the Spring many a woman feels the need of a bunch of violets in her chapeau If not of a whole violet bat The younger tbe girl tho more anx ious Is she to wear all black Very ttitraoitve ere tile Mower pots Darkest dahlia U very small and ouw le furnUblngs hererf llw entirely white are most modish BROWN S BROWN- Attorneys at Law Office In Masonic Dldl SOMERSET Hoom 0 KY Will practice In all the State Court alllO- In Unlld Staten and lliBkrnptcv Courts Colloctkni wade and prumpUv remitted I 1FOR RENT Seventeen esree of Hood farming land on Naals Orwik IK mile oath of Stanford Good avetafe bnldlu Itoitkonable r nt JA9 HUTOHINSOS Livery Outfit For Sale I With tosfll JDVllTfr totneee at Me Klnnoy and will make the prbe right to the buyer Au having R pnod trade but dolt like the bunlnrs Write or ral fur pnrtlo nlftw JOHN COfLTEH McKlnncj Ky I aRalaandivctt hn no effect on birntft treat d vltbEartkallo Dtu UU It re da er k dalDPfepobluh tics lo chars and cm The baroeM not sal k looktoQ lah new bat wean twice iloDgbyth l toe 01 Eurek- aJlaraOu k everywhere Sold fla cass all tin l Made byj i K 4tsL e I I t I I + +01 + t t I t 1 I HH IScientific Cough sCttree s da not bMtor that any eoHfh cure eau be better than our Syrup of Wklte Pine Com posed with Tar It does just what must be done to thor oughly wire n ooNfli It over coulee oootMtlon and Inflam malionIt soothes rod heals the delicate tissues of the air passages It promotes expec toration looione the cough and flnary cures it to stay cured Relief is almost im mediate It is pleasant to take and economical to use when you want the befit possible cough euro ask for White Pine Com pound with Tar Price Twenty five Cents t PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky + + loo1 + HIi t 1111 tt+ WALTONS OPERA HOUSE MONDAY JAN 3 2 tb1A Guaranteed Attraction I Great Rural Comedy Dra- maJokinsmn s Another Si Plunkard A Challenge Band And OrchestraW- atch i for Street Parade at 10 Monday Afternoon Lots of Singing and Dancing Clean Moral Play Popular Prices 25c 35c and 50c WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 As an Inducement wo offer a complete stock in ovary department at prices that will sell tbe goods We take this method of thanking our customers for their generous support and will be glad to have them again for the New busIx Fancy and Staple Groceries Glassware Quecnsware Shelf and IIeary Hardware Nails Wire of nil kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc i Also Cook Stoves with Indestrnctablo fire back Salt Lime Cement Clover Timo oihy quickdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR C 0m 4 I 4a5Atm a Av G WARM GOODSii tlV We have replenished our stock since the recent cold spell and D Urcan furnish you almost any jji thing you need in the way ofe 4 Rubber jjGumF a r gxHTope Heavy Underwear Sweaters Mulllertj jj j e Gloves Overcoats Heavy wool Lined Work Coats tl c a4t1 aeeytrjV H J McROBERTS w J w r eTiyka ttmckarkam aa be 5 ka kaaka e s leeks a w yr a w Ii fit tF etip hf fl t IiW i Y if 1i1101 Qf i i i iI f W lfmr 1 WaySnIgg you an ours is place ItheWe fur oflbring IGoods at Moneylosing Pr esI but they must go and go soon f a m Silks Dress GoflUe Slww Hosiery Aa at 18 to 12 oil the price ZolgUr Bros Skooe ones at 160 ones t2 llSOslwos kt SI Mens 1250 Shoos at f15D 360 Shoos at 12 1Goode are going very fast come early R rTa I Severance Sons tK HOUSEsE L ib CLOSING OUTI 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 tho goods I handle and while Inm 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 J t I fHEINTFKIORJOURNAL Xnttred n the post ofce at Stanford ai S teontdau noUn i rubL haTueSapenQ2i zldapwI i 17- i 31 PER XEAR CASH i NV Whtn not aottdaiaOO will btcnargtd H I KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ko 2 1 Train totes North MMIIIIS a m 1o26u 2t6 a to No 25 Snuth12ss a m I Nori 1sY2pm For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 leave Stanford at tas a m Not S arravea at Stanton MCant No21 leaves Stanford at 2x0 p m R A JONES DrliTIST Stanford KVI t Offlceover Iligsins A MrKmncys Stare Telephone No 43 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoESinney w Ky Make and keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal SlilpatutT limo Oblck en reed c Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan ford and Ottonhelm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with exception of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good tenc ing timber though no dwelling only a coin crib It Is a very desirable little place Will ell at 25 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T n Bright k Co Will hold on February 53 1903 a big JACK I SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass Jacks I solicited BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call i NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BUSKE k BAN Prors JUNCTION CITY KY rFir tOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and flay For Sale VitaeOre Do you know what U isT If not it will you to learn which you can do by watching the future columns of this pa or addressing TPEO Nosh Geologist Chicago II or N II Boots Agt Marksbury Ky Mason HotelSIRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every lung first class Porters meet all trains 89 o POSTEDT- he following persons have their lands posted and they will punlih to the full ex tent of tbs law any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tree passing on thorn W II Boone O D Boone J HO A Ileasants O P Newland II F Nowland W Q Higgins U L Grow E P Woods J E Bruce Oeo D Hopper S II Baugutaan R O Hooker J 8 Rocker A8 Broaddus Mrs J M White J W Baughman J W Adams 8 T Harris W P Tate Joseph gallon J M Adams J O Horton T A Rico MlsjMuryPepplea Walter W Warren W E Amon J B Foster Ernest ITlImann David Stephens Aaron Hall Painting Repairing I I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass styl Eiperlnnced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OUEEK Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Surgeon Deptiat Stanford Ky 4 Oflc OTfr UeEoberU I rag store In the Owde7- UuUJInf r i FOR SALE i Mr residence property In McKinney con taming six rooms two parches veranda all necessary outbuildings nlco shades tood garden A deslrablo location and a bargain on or address II VANIIOOK MoKlnnoy Ifv j i Small Farm For Sale twlstoa Situated near Peyton1 Well contains about SO acres and It now occupied by Slim net Has lair house of 4 rooms as- the j outbuildings are In good repair Slrlng and well both close to houso Land Is la a1 good state ot cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow 15 aero in when 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms j H cash balance 1 and 2 years COLUMIU3 IIISUOP Shelby City KyI J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drucos Old Stand Depot St STHHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Phono No 96 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLEKY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i I Lime Cement o o Write For Prices J+ G+ MccT Y UNDERTAKER E3IBALMER And Dealear In SABNESS SADDLERY 8sO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY Fs HAYST- JNDEBTASEES ALSO DXAUU is FurnltureMatUnRSRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye 8peclalht ot Louisville will be at 0 St Asnpli HotelStanford ldlndaythat 27ln to Feb hi 19031 I Six days only Eyes examined and glasses aClentillcallyiadJustodI Office a m to p m wra + I SAMOAN COSTUMES llnile With a Ilntehrt a Club call n loC of 1nlnt In the south seas dresses are made ofepaint livery housewife Is her own role and habit maker When she ftHsln the neel of n new gown she fwsa pall chop down n tree AVhun hor husband heeds u new suit sho chops down an outer tree That Is easy for men nail plainIand hanging basely to the kneo or shin The niece Inhabiting the islands of the tropical 1adtlc are utmost alone theIThis lack Is undoubtedly duo to the natural provision of material which rentiers a woven cloth unnecessary to this primitive people The only fabric used lu that part of the world Is n crude tough paper made of best The tree from wlllch the material Is derived Is the paper mulberry or llroussonetln papyrlfora which Is grown in plantn wowlnInmlso ly advanced as Samoa nod Tonga where women have none of the coarser work to do the entire care of the mul berry plantations rests with the wow en of each village The trees are planted closely to In IRtIisIgrow but experience has shown that hotter results follow the planting of twigs from the sturdier wild trees In nbout three years from planting tho tree will be in the best condition fur the clothnmkers In that time it will attain n height of twelve feet or more and the trunk will have a uniform dl nmeter of rather less than two inches About four feet of the trunk Is waste anti not available for the particular purpose for which tho tree is grown the first two feet from the base ID too tough to work well and the two rout nt the top Is too soft If tho tree is properly grown and left to mature there will be available for the cloth maker a stick of eight feet in the clear and as straight as n measuring rod without knots or branches and of uni form girth throughout New York Tribune A SIorT or a Vathera Love Old air hits an only daughter They are of lowly rank but ho Is hon est and Industrious Dy trade ho is a puddlcf in a foundry and he earns 460 n day Twenty years ago the wife and mother died and the child of fire became the old mans pet Twelve years ago be sold his property and spent nil his money in sending her abroad to study music She came back two years ago a famous singer and a matchless beauty and refused to own her father He has moved to tho Mst side Jn order that lIy living on a pit tanco ho may have 20 every week la give her to buy clothes Every week he sends It and every week she spends it though she neither sees nor writes to him Week after week he grows a little prouder and nlson little sadder City Missionary In Ladles Home Journal Decembers Nnmri December so capped from being the tenth month when tho year began In March has probably had taore name conferred upon it than any other of the twelve into which our year Is now di vided Among the early Saxons It was called Winter Mount or winter month After their conversion to Christianity they called it HoUgh Mount or holy month in honor of the birth of Christ In later days in Germany It was called Christ Mount for tho same reason Fires used to be lighted for wurmtu In this month and the want of chimneys used to must a too obvious inconven pence which led to Its being called Fu mosus or smoky It was also dubbed Canus or hoary from tho snows or hoarfrosts which then generally whitened the higher grounds The Force of Cyclones Careful estimates of tho force of n cyclone and the energy required to keep n full fledged hurricane In active operation reveal the presence of a power that makes the mightiest efforts of men appear as nothing In comparison A force fully equal to over 400000000 horsepower was estimated as develop ell in a West Indian cyclone This Is about fifteen times the power tbat can be developed by all the means within the range of mans capabilities during the same time Were steam water windmills and the strength of all men and all animals combined they could not at all approach the tremendous force exerted A Test of Friendship A gentleman has tried the following peculiar way of probing tho ties of friendship He sent letters to twenty intimate friends asking for a loan of a pound Thirteen of tho two dozen friends did not reply at all five declined to lend the money two promised to send it on the next day and did not do it one sent his last 10 shillings and only three sent the full sum asked for Tho supplicant and all the friends he had written to aro well orrSt Petersburg Novoe Vrcraya One Sign of Old ARC Henry How can n man tell when he begins to get old JohnWell a man has begun to get old when he finds out that ho would rather sit by the fire than go sleigh rid ing Detroit Free Press Nerve Required Pcrdlta Did you say This Is so sud denConstanceI didnt have the nerve You know how ho stutter Chicago I Record Herald J x KINGSVILLE Elder Derry orOenderaoo filled his appointment al the Christian church Sunday morning and evening addren lug a largo audience Uev Dr Alton of Danvltlo wilt hold servlMS Dee Volentc at tho Christian church next Sunday morning and evening Of the many favorable things that couljl bo Bald of our city It In not that we have rood sidewalks It Is really dangerous walking and In the neigh borhood of so much lumber It seems In excusable If the majority of our pee pie could be made to think with the minority our town would be Incorpor ated That a town of 460 Inhabitants more or lew fa not Incorporated Cereal ly ridiculous Wo want rural free de livery too Miss Ada Shelton of Rowland has boon tho guest of relatives lucre Miss Bernice Johnson who has been tha guest or relatives hero for the past six months will leave tomorrow for her he mo at Vcrnona Lough Evans of Junction City was the guest of friends hero the first of the week Mra P M Howe entertained a few friends at sup per for her eon John In honor of Mies Bernice Johnson on Tuesday evening Mrs W W Waltor has been quite sick with throat trouble and other syrup toms of the crip ATTAUK OK lmU IONIA IAN WARDED OFF Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains In her chest and bad a bid cough I gave her Chamberlains Cough Kemedy ae coidlng to directions and In two days abe was well and able to EO to school I halo used this remedy In my family for the past seven years and have never known it to fail says James FrendorgMt mer ohant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains In tho chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia which in Ibis Instance was undoubtedly warded obi by Chamber ain Cough Item edy It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia For sale by Craig fi Hooker druggists POWER TUB URN The American hen laid last year a total of 10000000000 eggs The total value at an average pf 16 cents a dozen was 113SOOOOOO The hens carnlnjrgwere greater than those of the entire postal system The sum realized would have paid the expenses of tho entire war depart mentThe total weight of the eggs laid last year was more than 1000000000 pounds If the eggs were equally divided among the Inhabitants of the country each human being would get 141 The number of chickens la tbo Uni ted States Is estimated at 251000000 Admiral Daweand Joseph Jefferson the actor are Inseparable friends at Palm Uouob They frequently stroll In the suburbs of the Florida resort and tho other day were seen sitting on a fence a lncIng their tact like two school boys having a good old fasbtot ed talk about a lot or Interesting things without interruption flW HBWARU see TIN ntton t Ibis pipwill hi pleawl U two that there Iet Isur ee dkeai tint eel sec fur beee Ible la care Is lUlli ItMM iltf ibittC utrh Hills e urtb C irtl tM O7 hewn to Ike plul fr ler Uy KurrhWwt a oo tltuMMsl dlwwTMlrea a oonitltallcnl UMtarot Ililli Catarrh tnr is kea IntrrDillrsctlK directly upon the bleoJ- and mucous iurficw tba intrai thereby do ttroiliu Uw fcuoJitloa of taealeaeaed glrt g tlonandaastanoanatureindelnttswerk tilU Tile pwenthatatheyodenoiIun1re4 llan far any rue that ure list of Ies- nmonial AddrrM F J CIIN A wTledo O Sold hr druggists 7k halts Yamlly 11111 are the best If You Wantr Catalogues or Briefs Letter Mends Note Heads Bill heads- Statcqlentss Envelopes DodgersPosters Flamers Contracts LeasesPrescription Books Prescription Blanks Checks Drafts OrdersEtc The Interior Journal is the place to get them quick and cheap a a yx c c Tr6RtIIE C WttLTON Prcat L R HUGHES Sec fr iiia tillI I THEI Central Kentuky Real state Xhange r 1 And Title CompanY I eeseiea j We offer for sale the fol towing No 1House and lot in Stiuiftinl Ivy Ills five rants litill porch in tho roar n good gauleu in tneighborhood and olwo to churches andschool This is n good loivso for a small fatuity Price 8880 No 3Asmall farm of 17 acre I about 21 miles from Stanford HOHMJ contains four good rooms back porch and one veranda A good hum nod other outbuildings nil in good repair Cut in six fields well fenced 20 arras in cultivation 0110 acre in fruit tree rest in gntz This wus bought nt a Commihonors sale at a bargain and can bo sold at a bargain It if close to school and church and only 2J miles from Stanford Price 8355 jwr acre Lad adjoining sold for tHO rpluNo J II Pasta J H Owsley S Shanks W 0 Walker Dee Orter oat lstariHouse contains five rounds A gal stable unit 8 acres of land well fellcNIIThis ii one of the prettiest lots in town there is went enough int l front lor two other cottages or u two story front could bo built to tho ttigo and IK mule a bonutiftil This munoyNo place wilt ho sold cheap as cotth seven rooms hall and voninda ganlon and house In good repair This once U fur silo or runt pnco reasonable Wo lave a buyer for n 350or 300 nero flirm tltnutod from ono to threo miles from tbwn Also a bnyor for about 100 aoras situated from one to four mllaa from town with or without jll1lltOUOllie We will other plaeoa Intor r on AVe still Fholt your flirm ami 1 town ItrOpert to Mil for you J Complete Lino Of rrtLedgers Journals Day- Books 1 Blotters Etc Etc Get our prices before you We can save you money iCRAIG HOCKER0 It LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 0 CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors II W fouoing adverlko buy Saofll to The Farsers bleak k Trust Ow wny and under aatre- meeletwut eoitlnao ljr for M year We SOLICIT YOUR BA N K- ACCOUNT Hopiair such busIner relattofM will prove EBUtuklly benelclal i Officers 4 8 II ailANKS rrnkteui j IL OLIUoal W M IIKIOIIT At Oapdiler 500 REWARD Tho Directors of the Lincoln Nntionnl Bank will pay a rowird otFivo IlunUicd Dollars for the arres- tand conviction of tho person or persons who burglarized their bank building on Jan 15 1002 S II SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier Stanford Ivy January 1fi10- 02CARSON l PENCE DEALKKS IX e 11 Carriages Buggies Phae I tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and r are sold at prices that defy competition I See our elegant line ot Lap Robes kur Das0 A by cure They temporarilyi ti J bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver ti 11executeI acts on thet t liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter lot milting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure PIPTY CENTS PER DOTTLB- V r 4a