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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r r IJ SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 iVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 31 1902 3 P M NO 95 NEWS NOTES Ten persons perished In a lire In an uiHallin lodglnc bouso In Boston business portion ot the town ot RtppeVi Iowa was destroyed by fire Lane SoholUId a Boston banker and broker committed suicide In Newton vllle Man Charles Goodpastur aged 10 of Datb thcountyt wounded himself 1 V Kobbcrg held up a Southern train near Branohvlllo S a securing over 44 15000 express money I Hugo Mobr a selfconfessed anar chlst committed suicide at Patterson N J to cheat tho law Hear Admirals Sampson and Crom well will be placed on the retired list e Fob 0 on account of age The American Surety Company of Lexington Ky capital 1500000 was CoI and I lost 10000 men In an effort to convince tbo Boors that tbov aro mistaken Too threowceksold child of Wm Roberts near Owlogsvlllc was accl dentally smothered to death In bed DIll Walllford a jewelry fakir was arrested In connection with tbo J N Hawkins murder case at Lexington Norris O Ford ono of tbo most prominent cltlMns In Owensboro died unexpectedly of neuralgia of tbo heart J M Waloh charged with burglary at Chicago committed suicide as oft cora tried to enter his room and fcrrest him Sara Goldbach In her will probated In Loultvlllo provides that her body ball bo cremated and the ashes burled In France Mrs Dr Klnscr died at Knoxvllle Teen sod her husband dying from tbo effects of morphine takon by mho tako forqulnlno When nlnoycarold Jimmy Black men of Louisville awoke be found bis father with whom ho hadiboen sleep log dead In bis bed The court of appeals affirmed tbo Doll circuit court lire Imprisonment verdict In tbo cue of Maok YonU a Letcher county kuklux Weston Kelper and Henry Ilowowho while robbing a bank at Halifax Pa killed the cashier were hanged In the presence of 1000 person- A fourstory brick building at Rooh ester N Y occupied by three manu faeturlng plants burned Nino firemen were Injured and three died Capb Richmond Pearson Hobson was given a great ovation In New York City where bo lectured before the Daughters of the Revolution At Gulll olls 0 two robbers were kilted while robbing a house but not until they bad mortally shot the town Marshal and a deputy sbvrlff A tax of 10 cents a month will be levied on all United Mine Workers to peih the strikes In Kentucky and West Virginia to a speedy and successful tarmlnaUon Rear Admiral Lewis A Klmberly U rS N retired who was compelled to service on the Sohloy court oi Inquiry on account of 111 health died at West Newton Man A committee of high oRIcers of the Knights of Pylhlas acquitted John A Hlntoy former bead of tho Insurance department of the Knights of Pythias if mbotilcmcnt and mismanagement On tbo recommendation of Judge Lurton Judge Evans admitted J M MoKnlgbt to bond In the sum of 112 000 until Fob 12 whoa the court of op peals Is expected to pass on his motion John and Edward Riddle under see tenco of death for tho murder of Grover Kahooy escaped from jail at Plttsburg after overpowering tbo guards Saws and n revolver wero furnished the Rid dies by the wlfo of the warden who was Infatuated with one of the murder ere and who has deserted her family to join him A GOOD RECOMMENDATION hI have noticed that the sale on Cbam berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Is 1almost Invariably to those who have once says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What bettor recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again In need of such a remedy T Try them when you feel dull after eating I when you have a badjtMte in your mouth 1 feel bilious lave no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you aro certain to l o delighted with tho prompt relief which they afford For sale by druggistst tlTboIfcrson Do Angolls received news of the death of his son in New York but j f rather than disappoint his audience went on with his part An attractive woman thrives on good food and sunshine with plenty of exer case In the open air Tier form glows with health and her face blooms with beauty When troubled with a costly I habit she takes a few doses of HERBINE to cleanse her system of all impurities I Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store r DANVILLE AND VICINITY Many of the telephone lines were broken Wodnomlav by the heavy sleet ThIS Danville News building sprang a leak and the big press was considerably amagedMr Q Meier of Stanford was bore Tuesday looking for a location Ho was on a deal with O M Rico fore purchase of his restaurant but the trade was not consumatcd Mr Millard Allen a former Huston vlllo liveryman while walking down Third street Tuesday night slipped and fell sustaining a sprained wrist and other Injuries less painful Fontalno T Fox sold to James liar ver of Jacksonville Florida for T M brelkeld of Harrodsburg a pair of fanoy trotting mares for 1550 and to same for John Smith of Lancaster a span of tansy horses for 1 00 Capt T D English has sold bis crop of 000 ushels of wheat to L C Ewing of Park vllle atOSc Rev G W Wbeatley S Sons who lave been engaged In the dry goods mslncss In Danville for some year have decided to locate In Greenville Ienn to which place they will move tbo first of March John C Caldwell and T N Roberts have rented the room now occupied by the Whoatleys and will put In a stock of dry goods as soda as they get possession In the case of the Commonwealth against Walter OeD ham charged with receiving stolen goods the jury tailed to agree It Is said that nine of tbo ju ran were for acquittal Tbo court I louso was crowded throughout the trial on account of the sensational features of tbo case duo to Danhame high stand log as a coal dealer and citizen He came to Danville three years ago from Wllllamsburg William White a weUtodo farmer aged iS years was found dead In bis led at isle homo six miles west of Junc tion City Since the death of his wife two years ago bo had been living and bis romaine iodinated that ho ha been dead several days Ho was an uncle of J E Wright the wellknown tomb stone manufacturer ot Danville and rise bad many relatives In the neighborhood of Junction City Charley WOOd bookkeeper for C P Cedll was unable to unlock the door after entering the store late Tuesday night and Policeman Cox who was beating Mate street beard tbo noise at the door and believing the store was being burglarlMd hastily made way the t soene Woods being a regent ao qulsltton to Danville and a stranger to tbocop It war with some dllllculty that the vigilant olllcor was made to realize the exact situation Sunday night Charley Harbison o this city and Miss Jennie Lynn of Lie coln attempted to cross Clarks Run ID- a buggy not realising that the ores was past fording They bad gotten but a short distance In the water whet the buggy began floating The swift aurrantwept the horse around and buggy occupants and all wero carried 100 yards down stream before a shallow place was encountered which permitted the hone to bo driven ashore It Is remarkable that tho buggy was no capslxed and the occupants drowned Miss Lynn has been visiting her broth er J C Lyon Deputy Collector Shortof Richmond reported to Collector Donton of this oily Tuesday afternoon a rather thrill ing experience bo had In Rookcasile county Tho officers for some time bad been awaro of the operations of a moon shine distillery In the neighborhood of Withers Collector Short and 0111 0 C W Bennett of Richmond were dis patched to Rockcastlo to make an In vestigation They reached tbo modest town of Withers and zero Informed b some ot the residents that the still located In a largo ravine leading to Crooked Creek The ray I no being o tbo opposite side of tbo creek and th heavy rains having swollen the strea out of Its banks the odlcers at first thought of abandoning the Investiga tion when a canoo WM offered by a law abiding resident Tbo boat with tbo two officers was launched and evor tblnf went well until a point about th middle ot the stream where the depth Is over 20 teat was reached when Short lost isle balance and by his own weight was soused In the muddy water Ho Is a proficient swimmer and with tho as sistance of his comrade be gained bis position In the canoe after much dim sully When they landed the canoe was half full of water and both officers wero wot to tbo skin but they were de termined to discover the still and de strop It and they did The proprietors escaped arrest Praise the bridge that settles you over either a flood or cough BALLARD IIoHEUouND SYRUP has brought so mnny over throat and lung troubles such as coughs colds bronchltB etc that its prelate Are sung everywhere Prlco 25 and 50 coma Pennys Drug Store Mrs Thomas C Bradley who was hues Emily Hazolrlgg died at Frank ton Crab Orchard T J Culton Is recovering from a senora attack of grip The heaviest sleet known for years visited this section Tuesday night and Wednesday Many trees and telephone wires wero broken down Rev J M Bruce will preach at the Baptist church at Crab Orchard Satur day night and Sunday morning and night next The numerous friends of Mr Otis Newland desire to congratulate him and themselves as well that be has resumed his old position as deputy sheriff Mrs D D Edmlslon and daughter Miss Lllllo Paxton aro spending soy oral dope with their friends In Preach crsvlllo prior to their departure for Loulivlllo The present severe spell of wcatbor has been very trying on unsheltered stock Farmers should feel responsl ble for the comfort of their poor help less dumb Creatures A now harness shop has been openedLhere by C Carson of Somerset cupies the office of Dr J D Pcttus near tbo Christian church and will be glad to servo all who need work In his line Two very pleasant entertainments for too young folks have recently been given at the homes of Dr W J Edmls ton and C Cover The little ones en- Joyed themselves immensely at each place George Leo James who has been very III Is considerably Improved J S Dameron continues on the sick list isle condition vacillating with the weather J J Brooks Invoicing his stock of drugs having sold to Messrs Pottus and Campbell Mr Logan Thompson and bonnie bride nee Miss Jaol Garner will soon go to housekeeping at the J E Carson place on the Lancaster pike Tbo groom may congratulate himself upon hlde tho turbid stream of time Is tbo sincere wish of the writer Mr John Buchanan son ot Mrs Jane Buchanan mado a brief visit to homo friends previous to his departure for New 1 ork where he was expected to sail on the 22nd on the Augusta Vic torla to tako one of those delightful trips through the Orient of which ono so often reads but seldom one of our own townsmen hits tbo coveted prlvl loge to really enloy He anticipates trip up the famous Nile will get glimpse of Algiers Constantinople the Holy Latd and other places of note He will also extend his travels through att and braes of old Scotland His visitiwill bo extended through a period several months Ills many friends here wish him a pleasant and successful touriand a safe return to hlsoatlve land KINGS VILLE W L McCarty thinks now that ho will run isle canning factory this year Wo are glad the bill favoring the viva tetseems the more honorable method At least democrats shouldnt be asnamed of their principles C G Baker Is engaged In the real estate business In this section and If a clover trust worthy popular gentle man Is required to make a success o that business Mr Baker will fill tho bill so to speak Mrs Lulls Chawk and children o slaterrPennybacker Mrs D P Dlneen and children of Somerset aro tho guests of her mother Mrs Penny babyse tohere roet whitm wo observed that ho selected from a number o newspapers the INTERIOR JOURNAL and though he manifested lingual dUn reado seem reluctant to make good sidewalks We should think the merchants would and It a paying In vestment but If the town worn Incorporated tho expense would fall lightly upon each and surely It doesnt follow that wo would bo obliged to have an open saloon Everything In that line might go on just as It Is or perhaps with more officers the blind affairs1 might bo exterminated At least an effort Is being mado in that direction as a number of our best citizens met at the Baptist church Saturday evening and organized a Law and Order league and they havo resolved to make a most earnest effort to abolish the sale of intoxicating liquors Worms take refugo In tho small intel line where they can easily multiply Uurrea CBEAU VEIUIIFUOK will deatro these parasites The verdict of the peo pie tells plainly how well it line succeeded Price 25 cents Pennys Drug Store I LANCASTER Tbo will of Miss Bottle Doorea was probated In tho court on Monday I The sleet did serious damage to theitmany handsome maple trees in this city and vicinity Stock and especially lambs aro said to have suffered greatly from the se sera weather changes Frank Walker of Atlanta bought of Dunn Patton 20 mutes at 130 and three horses at 1100 Tnoraaa Palmer bought the Barnes tobacco crop for from 81 to 7c Miss Alberta Hilton of BrodhcadJ who has formerly hold a clerkship here has been R H Icantlieh iopvisiting young ladles Misses Emily Ohenault of Richmond and Tevls Car peeler of Stanford- J M Ulgglnbotbam who was etrick en with paralysis DI bt Is re SIouisvillec with Lancaster doctors Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has boon with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson Mrs Adelia Woods and daughter Miss Minnie ot Stanford have boas with Mrs O T WallaceMrs W Gaines who has been with her brother In Sbolbyvllle came home Tuesday because of the sad news of tho death of her son Joe Gatnes in the Philippines The Misses Sandifer- of Danville are guests of Miss Sallie Lou Myers Elder Wm Walden recently preach ed his farewell sermon to the congrega tion at the Pleasant Grovo church Elder U C Garrison the pastor of tho Danville Christian church will also accept the pastorate of the Pleasant Gove church and will preach for that congregation on Sunday afternoon Miss Christine Bradley entertained at card Wednesday evening in honor of her guests Misses Emily Chenault of Richmond and Tevla Carpenter of Stanford Miss Lena Bright enter talned at tea Wednesday evening and was hostess of the following guests Mr and Mrs W O Rlgnoy Mr and Mrs Joo Fdulconer Sr Mr and Mrs W I Williams Mr und Mrs E W Harris The continued rain and sleet were theetheastorerooms and business houses H M Ballou lost a lot of lour and other groceries from a thorough wetting The Record olllcu euffdred an inunda lion and the usually urbane editor was somewhat ruffled by a little more of an Immersion than enters loco isle confes lion of faith his with regret that the continued illness of Capt F J WblteJIs reported He Is one of the oldest oltlxens of tbo town Is now In his 82od year and until within the last few weeks has been faithful In the discharge of his duties as the foremost typesetter of the Rec ord office Ho Is ono of the tow re maining veterans of the Mexican war and came to this placefrom Richmond In 1817 He has sbownunusual vitality and It Is still hoped he will weather isle present spell of sickness Miss Susan Fisher Woods of Lin Thefman of this city is eotnowhat accelerat Robtthe Paint Lick vicinity Ernest Brown after an rfbacnco of peveral months la hero visiting the homefolks Ho Is working for the Cincinnati Post Miss Lena Bright entertained the following guests at a U oclock dinner Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Dr and Mrs J B Klnnatrd Dr and Mrs Sandlln and Miss Jennie Lackey Mr Joseph Francis Sr has been vicinityt lescent Little Mildred Beazloy daugb tor of Mr and sire James A Bcazley has about recovered from her recent Illness Mrs Wm Greenleaf of St Louis Is expected as a guest of Mrs E U KautTman Gov W O Bradley has been here this week on a visit to isle family Mr and Mrs Sweeney of Jeffersonviltc are visiting In tbo Dry antavlllo vicinity Mr Nixon Perkins who hoe been for several months at Doming New Mexico for isle health Is reported somewhat worse and has gone to San Antonia Texas Two oth er Lancaster healthseekers aro In that city Miss Lucle Scott and W J Kin nalrd Disease and danger lurk in toe vital or pans The blood becomes vitiated and the general health is undermined when ever the stomach sad liver fail to perform their functions as nature Intended liEU DINE will tone up the stomach regulate the liver where other preparations only DrugqHarry Weldon the great sporting writer Is dead as Clrclevllle O If 1 I i The Next pew Wee s ill tine time of year clothing merchants usually haventmuch else to do but talk about the weather We are going to keep busyas long as our stock of WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS lasts Have marked them down to cost and below chargethose IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it joure not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville 600 Beautiful Samples Fresh from The Royal Tailors Come in and let us take your measure for a suit of cloth- esCumminsI 8c McClary 1 Next Great Auction Sale of FINE HORSES Maple Park Kindergarten Danville Ky February 6 7 aqd 8 1902 Sale limited to 300 horsesnot how many but how good If you have one or more good horses of any kind to sell letlus knowatonce FARRIS DENNY Danville Ky II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors J B Paxton J n Ovrsley S H Shanks W 0 Walker Ooo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Bank Ic Trust and under same manacontinuouslyfoe SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations wil- lLxI prove mutually beneficial AIM BOURNE Lancaster Ky Opera his services as 4 uotoineer to the people of Lincoln County He will please botb In work and price Wrlto to him Officers s IL SHANKS Iresldent J B OWSLEV Cashiera W M imiOHT Atit Cashier I BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic BldJl SOMERSET Room 0 KY iWlIIlractice In nil the State Courts also In States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON s 1WP WALTON j Ii Candidate for RaIlroad Oommlnloncr for the Zd DUtrlct tablect to the will of the democracY Harrodsburg Democrat has se F the services of Mr John ll ITllE who bas been writing for tbat over the nova de plumoof Izard He will be In the office and j take general chargo of the paper but Mr W P Walton will of course bave the editorial department under bls I care Mr Crimea will bo assisted In local work by Mr Charles C Terhune who la gaining an enviable reputation as a news gatherer These gentlemen should make a great paper out of tbo- Democrat and more than maintain thigh standard reached by Mr Walton I when he gave his entire time to tbat N popular publication TUB officers of old St Johns chart ilonChurch Hill Richmond Va can I tradlct with much warmth a published story to the effect that the venerable r structure Is to be sold to make way for a block of commercial buildings The I Senior Warden Capt Cyrus Bosslev says that the church does not owe a cent to any one It was In this church that Patrick Henry made his celebrated Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death speech In li7p and It Is the delight of all visitors to Richmond to I stand in the pew in which he utters the memorable words REAR ADMIRAL AND MRS WJN FIELD SCOTT SCULEY arrived In Louisville Tuesday evening from Chlcaj and were greeted by 5000 people and a salute of 17 guns the cold wcathi seeming to have no effect on entnu lasm The crowds broke through tbe line of policemen and seized Admiral Schleya band determined to make him i and Mrs Scbley understand that tbey were very welcome Louisville enter tamed the grand old man and his splendid wife royally and left nothing undone that could have added to their delectation THOSE of us who believe that Howard fired the shot that killed Gov Goe bel are not satisfied with the verdict uf life Imprisonment clven him yesterday In fact nothing short of a death sentence would The jury took about three hours to make a verdict which was rendered two years to a day after Gov Goobel was shot A HOUSING reception was given tbe party of exKentucklans visiting th State in the Interest of the Worlds Fair at St Louis on their arrival at Frankfort this week Gov Beckbac headed the reception committee nnd accompanied the visitors to the caplto to a Joint meeting of the House and Senate AT Petersburg this State Mrs Nan- cyI Story aged 80 and Mrs Emma Mc Intyre 85 surprised the natives by rid ing in town horseback as fast as their steeds could carry them These girl are getting too gay and If thev don1 put a stop to their recklessness the oHl clal authorities should take a hand SENATOR ALLISON of Iowa If bo completes the term for which be has just been elected will have served In Congress 44 years and an Iowa paper has already nominated him for reelec tlon to the Senate In 1908 Isnt It about time they were giving the old man a rest- ACCORDING i to the Paducab News Democrat Polk Palloon Jr of Madl sonvllle will ber Senator McCrearya private secretary but we still believe be will get just as good or a better man at home by selecting Mr Clarence E Woods THE court of appeals has overruled the petition for a rehearing in the PrattBrccktnrldgo case This settles the matter and grand old Judge Breck inrldge will have to step down and out of the attorney generals office WE heartily agree with the Paducah NewsDemocrat when it says that in stead of an anticigarette bill an indulgent papa and a good strong hickory ought to be able to settle the cigarette i question at home TUB agony Is over Cicero M Bar nett has been appointed surveyor of the port at Louisville POLITICAL It is said Secretary Gage upon his e retirement from the cabinet will ac cept the presidency of the Chicago Ti tie and Trust Co The legislative joint committee on charitable institutions bas begun Its tour of inspection going first to the Eastern Asylum at Lexington Collector Craft of the Louisville district bas Issued an order to store keeper gaugera to stop taking whisky from distilleries and to cease excessive drinkingCommissioner Yerkes Is the patron age agent for postofllce in Kentucky democratic districts and Postmaster General Payne Is sending applicants to him for Indorsement i 1 H Hon William Jennings Bryan bas- joined the Masons Former Congressman Charles T Sprague of Massachusetts is dead A bill to direct the resumption of coinage of 2cent pieces bas been In l troducedThe for a permanent census bureau to succeed the present organization passed the temporaryI The House committee on Means has unanimously autborl I Chairman Payne to report a bill re pealing all the Spanish war revenue taxes except the tax on mixed flour Representative Borelng bas present el a petition from citizens of Pulaski county asking for an appropriation ofi 825000 to build a macadamized road SprlnJslIfgarctte bill and make the penalty death for being caught smoking them tbe people will nearly all volunteer to ca- ry out the law and thus save the courtl the trouble and expense of a trial RecordSeven cities It was said claimed tbo honor of being the birthplace of Homer Thats nothing Some 7000 democrats not to speak of editors and po lltlcal leaders claim the honor of fur nlshlng Perry Belmonts political death bedCommoner- The navy department has made tub lie Rear Admiral Scbeys appeal delivered to the president about a week ago He asks the president to rovlew the findings of the court on tbree grounds in each case basing his lAppeal on the findings of Admiral Dewey as opposed to the majority report The republican members of the Ways and Means committee have decided to shelve the question of reciprocity wltb Cuba until they have framed a dill for the reduction of the war revenue tax A majority la prepared to favor a bill practically wiping out the war tax which aggregates about 108000000 annually u THIS AND THAT Sleet did t250000 damages at Padu- cah The outlook for pacification of tbe illplnoa was never more favorable Nat Baxter bought the Morrow farm Ir000 acres near Nashville for 836 000A baby left on a St Louis Southwestern train has been adopted by tbe company Admiral Scbley was elected an hon orary member of the Tennessee Soclet of toe Sons of the American Revolu tlonMrs Belle Moore Anderson of Hop insvllle died from bloodpoisoning tbe result of a wound In her foot Iron a pinJudge J B Fish has resigned as police judge of the town of Mt Verne and the Governor has appointed J J PingTbe chapel of Derea College burned yesterday The building cost 815000 and la one of the oldest of the colleg illdinga In some parts of Perufor example In the province of Jauja hens eggs- are circulated as small coins 40 to 50 being counted for a dollar After three years work our fellow townsman James Maret has completed an enlarged map of Rockcastle county wblch will be ready for delivery about Feb 16th Signal Mr Jones of Mt Ash Wbltley count Is thought to be fatally wounded from a premature explosion of dynamite In the mines at that place Several other men were Injured Census statistics show an Increase of 44 per cent In the number of manufac ring Industries in the United States since 1890 and an increase of 61 percent in capital of such industries Richard Mansfield benefit performance in New York for the Actors Home realized 18588 which the New- York Herald says Is the biggest sum- ever made by an Individual benefit In- tbls country MATRIMONIAL s A Hlckson and Miss Lizzie HolI- were married at N J Hlcksona Wednesday An Iowa woman was awarded 86000 damales in a breach of promise suit agalost a dead man Lewis A Price and Miss Jennie J- Naive of Jessamine eloped to Lexington and were married Lunsford Yandell of Boyle and Miss Izabeth Horsford of New York City Ill be married Feb 5 Eugene Southern aged 17 and lolle- sPearl Brown 10 were married at Brv- ant Browns Wednesday- G W Brooks and Miss Bettlo WII- mott boarded the train at Brodhead yesterday morning for Jelllco where tbey were married yesterday afternoon J H Dunn accompanied them Slg nal I ATTAOK OF PNEUMONIA WARDED OFF Some time ago my daughter caught a- severo cold She complained of pains In bel chest and had a bad cough I gave- her Chamberlains Cough Remedy ao cOldlng to directions and In two days sbe- was well and able logo to school I haeu- sed this remedy In my family for the- pllt seven yeara and have never known It to fail says James Prendergast mer- cbant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains In the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia wblcb in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Chamberlains Cough Item roy It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia For sale by- Craig dr Hocker druggists STOCK CROPS ETC IMaysvllle will ta tobacco fair IFeb22I Hedges sold 300 barrels of corn at in the crib in Bourbon John J Allen of Hustonvllle sold to M J Farris of Danville 150 hogs at fi3RobertTerhune bought M UTh as 163acre farm near Harrodsburf at 850 Col Underwood sold to E O i Smith of Llnnvllle Tenn a jack for 8350- W H Hudson tells the News tbat he will give a fair at Columbia thle yearAdvertiser by Electioneer broullbt 95300 at the FaslgTlpton sale in Now YorkE I Woods sold to J E Bruce 12 800p and cattle at 4io and 81 premium per head FOR SALE50 good ewes L L Do tv Stanford Tbo Glasgow News notes tho sale of 100 bushels of wheat at 81 and corn at 8275 to 8325 We are prepared to furnish cbolce cultivated hemp seed 1893 Importation Cogar Davis Danville Ol Joseph Coney of the West End told to H A B Marksbury of Lancaster 60000 pounds of hemp at Se- At Flemlngsburg court 10 boraes were bought by Bourbon buyers at prices ranging from 800 to 8175 It B Wilkinson bought of Judge T L Shelton a bunch of bogs at 5c also bought of Mark Hardin a 060pou beef at 3c Jacob Ruppert Jr bought Oakland I Baron 10 years old rotter by Baron Wilkes dam Lady Mackay for 8157 it the Faslg Tipton sale In Jessamine R B Wallace sold 3 WO bushels of wheat to thn Star Mm log Co at 02o H T Brown purcha ed an extra fine twoyearold mule 101 S225 J B Russell sold to Hudson h PaJre 20 bogs at 6Je Plato Wade bought 60 barrels of corn at I2 60 J B Russc k Sons bought 120 hogs at SoMini sewsFAR31ERsWe are prepared to ex baqge flour and meal for corn aDd rheat and do the very best custom Binding Give us a call A M Pene proprietor Farmers Roller Mills Dont forget to attend Farrls Den nvs big combination horse sale at Mi pIp Park Kindergarten Danville Ky Feb 0 7 nod 8 Good accommodation rill be furnished the public Tbe cather will not In anyway interfer wltb the sale 2u Dr J B Owsley bas sold over 8400 orth of corn of his own raising and bas some 400 barrels left He sold to- M J Harris of Crab Orchard a carload at 83 and to a Lancaster party a- car load at 83 25 this week The doctor Is perhaps the largest corn raiser In ventral Kentucky WINCHESTER COURT Tho best prices were obtained for good twoyear old 1115 pounds which brought 4c lelfere brought Ji to 31e vearlln tears 4 to 4e A lot of 2pound bogs were sold at 5 30 About 000 cat- Uo were sold Tbornton I Willis ought for George Jacoby of Bourbon of Connie Gaines 20 extra twoyear olds steers 1115 pounds at 4c A tuule trader says the trade In the Soutb Is very different from what It- was a few years ago and that a com- man cotten mule or anything that car stand up to plow will be taken by the buyer In that section at present The buyer he says In turn sells the mule to a Negro at double what It cost him taking a mortgage on his team and cotton crop with Interest at 25 per cent- and of course generally has a chance tOBell the animal over again so be makes money on the animal no matter If it be of inferior stock HUBBLE Bro Moore will fill his pulpy Sunday afternoon at 230 S M Spoonamore lost a cow from colla a few days ago C M Adams has told his farm of 81- acres to Lllburn Floyd for 82200 Felix White bas sold his interest In- tbeold borne place to Van Keeton for 81100Some of the hemp along Dlx River- bas been shipped to New Orleans In- tbe rough but no returns have been received yet The sleet has played havoc with tele pbone lines and shade trees As for- the phones we talk too much anyway and we have no use for the shade trees nowDr Hlcklea school children found a- SDoke located in a warm spring near- tbe school housoThursday morning and- had a tine time exercising it on tbe- snoW and Ice as long as It could travel John Underwood gives us this receipt for taking cats away from home and aping them so as not to come back- again When you carry them away build up a lire and leave them by It ond- tbev will never find their way homo ajalnOur pikes were In bad shape for such a sleet and rain as culverts and ditches- re all stopped up consequently much damltlte was done them This sbould- teacb our county ofllclala to have them looked after before the heavy rains and- freezes come- 1ADLBRa BUCKEYE PILE OlVTMFNT has- been thoroughly tested for many years and is a poItlve cure for this most dls treMIg and embarrassing of troubles lrlclliO cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Diug Store O Mbe Surprise Special Sale NO I At TilE RACKET STORE Watch this space every Tuesday mid Friday for bargains MOD 2So suspenders Oc Mens 7Ic shirt with or without collars 2Jc Men112 shoes at OSc Iloyi suits sites 0 to 15- well worth 8250 go at Oik 200 pair ladles snoeswore ft 50 now lOc 3tenworsted pact were II 21 price SOc do quality gingham reduced to 4o per yard- S se outing cloth at 3ic Pearl button So dozen llrown cotton Tc reduced to OK Bleached cotton worth OHcnow 4c The 7 Hc iual ityno starch Sc plow slits Ito e worth f 125 at SOc 85o rubbers go at tOe 12 doe vistas buttons Be- T5o storm rubbers at tOe Ladles kid gloves former price 1123 reduced for this alo to 7tk- Towels 4o worth tOe Store For Sale We desire to sell O 9 Durham t Co stock of goods at this place constating clothing groceries notions shoes ofIfarming implements etc The good w Invoice about tlEGO and the itock can had at a bargain Write to or call on JONES A Mlddleburg Ky COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coat business I am better prepared than ever to hand coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle the bent grades of coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky I FOR RENT Seventeen acres ot good farming land or Near Crrek 3X mile south of Stanford Good average building Reasonable rent JAS ilUTCIUNSON Livery Outfit For Sale I with to sell liver business at Me Kinney and will make the price right to the buyer Aia having a good trade but dont like the bulntae or call for partle nlarn JOHN COULTER McKlnney A 2YearOld Heifer Black Came to ray plaeo some day ago Owner can get ber by paring for her keep and this notice It D HOLTZGLAW Crab Orchard FARM FOR SALE 257 Acros In Preach orsvilloi Lincoln Co Ky C mile from Stanford 8 from LaitcMUr OB the Laacaeler sad Grab Orchard 4 guotl dwellings f good wells aat cklern pod toads plenty of last and rail Umber for fencing Well adapted to raising Will divide It late two tarns or MI as a whole A AIe414 bar gala Itev W R AUNOU5 SUaT rl J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery feed And Sale Stable Drueei Old Stand Depot St STANFORD KY New and Stylish Turnout at Reatomtble Rates special Attention to Travel log Men Phone No M Courier Journal Two times a week for one year only value shoes Write alien pike stock l The TwIcoaWeek Courier Journal Is the best paper published In the lnlted States for Democrats and for nil readers It Is tho many dallies and the superior of allother semiweeklies or weeklies IlENRV WATTEHSON Editor The Wednesday tune Is devoted to news matters the Saturdaysue to the home By a special arrangement you can the INTERIOR JOURNflU and the S6miWeeklu CourierJournal both for one year for only S15OThis Is tor cash subscribers only Mardi Gras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY I Jth 1902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILe with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vestibulcd Limited J4hour Schedule Trains from Cincinnati Dally Diners Observation Cars Through Pullmans Printed Matter for the asking ICb W Zell DIY Tins Act Clnll O W lunnav ntT 1 A Cleveland O HJVanDermatkNKI AOetrolUMich W J MURPHY W C HINtRSONQ- CNIHAk MANNIN GINSaANTCIN- CINNATI T 1 Table covers formerly sold for 1123 go In this sale at lO- cLacecurtainsthol kind now SOc Machine thread 3 ipooli for So- II UltUi croquet and hemmed go at 4iw Mens overcoats that sell for to everywhere go In this ur rln sale at the un heard of price ot 1414 A rare bargain Children shoes latest button fresh and clean stock well worth CO t 75c go at lee This offer god for Saturday and Monday onlyMInaIIO nil wool suits worth 810 go at ta4R THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town MURRAY McADAMS DANYII I E lEADING JEWELERS DANYJLLg The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky Vc are also Graduate Opticians and con fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shopMat isfaction guanmtced fie sell Gorhain Silver I f Ifyou want a Watch i Clock or Chainrf Dont fail to see pie before purchasing elsewhere 118 I have some special bargains to oiler a f those lines and also in chit w iill glass and novelties r t W H MUELLER u A CLEARANCE SALE r COSTisThis will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots null Shoes full other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heros an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This solo is for cash No goods charged at these prices so dont ask it Sale begins on Thursday January 10th 1002 ycb Charles 0heXer bmOTUm HUSTONVILLE KY no t I Leave vow Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent Wlth Best Material and Accurate WorK maishlp CRAIG HOCKER Our Line oftI Groceries Hardware Chinaware r f Quecnswarc Tinware Glassware Etn S I Is now Complete The best selected line that could be hntla is now on DisplayrII GEORGE H FARRIS CO l W McROBERTS i II DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurate ly Compounded at Very Rea sonable Prices r r1 OPERA HOUSE 5BLOCK STANFORD KY I j 4 A THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 31 1002 t In filling your prescriptions wo uso proportloosnot do better If yon paid us double tho price which Is always reasonable Pen nyd Druir Store PERSONALS I HON HARVEY UELM Is In Rich mood MORRIS FRED bas been sink for soy crnl days JOHN 11 MHIEK was In Lancaiter yesterday + JE BK F CooK of Lexington was tiJUDUKwas hero yesterday JAMES M SAUPLBV Is working to the L N at Lebanon ATTORNEY T J HILL went to Louis vllle to see Rear Admiral Scbley Miss WELL CLAIIKSON of Charles ton Mo Is visiting Miss Jennie Pence Mils JAMS DnACIM who Ie daughter of Dink Farmer Is critical 111 DON W W STEIMIENSON of liar rodsburff was hero on legal business yesterday Tim News says that Jesse C Lynn of Danville has had a severe tussle with the grip REV J W IIAQIN and wife of Stan forJ visited J Randolph Harris and wife Record HON R C WARRBN is attondlo court at Richmond lie Is also doloR some handshaking MRS J IL MOUNT end ebarmlng Slaughter Miss Joan were guests at O J jMKyesterday to qualify as notary public himV says that Mlw Laura Llpps of Uustonrllle Is 11 visiting Miss XannU Morgan t UOKX to the wife of Jars Peppier Jr a tine boy which the father think U an exact Image of himself It D UxtcK of Daovlll U travel leg Uiroogh the South for DraM A Bright Ue Danville carriage awl Im ptwsent Ntfa IC R BKAZLKY was In Lebanon this wick to tMVlfv agalBst young Hal ehargesiwith hone stealing but tnnee was continued WM understand that Judge W S Sloe and Mr Bryan Stone of Jamas town will remove to Monlleello for the purpose of practicing their prof Mlon Adalr sew Miss S II HELM of Lincoln ma er of Chief of Police helm and Mrs O J Thurmond are spending the week pleasantly In Danville Mr andand Mrs Will D Powell are la Bradfordg vllle visiting their Terhune Danville News LOCALSitWB charge five cents per linn for obituaries No exception + NRWHBT fancies In stationery just received Craig A Hooker T POst HUNT Either of my two reel dences on West Main Street W P rWaltoo t Wt will her feed cheap for few days to reduce stock J H Haug mao ft Co I DONT miss the chance to buy a suit overcoat or odd pants at cost at Cum mlns d McClarye MY Spring stock of harness Is arri log and I have both handmade and mal chine made JC McClary ant the line of pictures on display at our sloro and see bow easy It Is to tone otA George H Ferns Co CAN uio a few bushels of millet se cdof It revolved by Feb let Will ship a car oil by then J H Baughraan 5s CoIROIIIIINS Wm O Robbing of the McCormack section alcd yesterday of a complication of troubles Ho was a good citizenPTills frightful weather bee put bUllI ness at a standstill and the business man In Stanford who IB earning his saltI just now Is doing well l LEcrtJ8ERevAV C Jnaway will deliver a lecture on temperance the Union church at Moreland at 7 oclock tonight Everybody Invited FOR SALIr waynnto buy the I best storehouse and the best stock of goods In the best little town In Ken IIuetLan I TUB INTEIUOR JOURNAL and the Courier Journal for IIIwlceaWeekOur paper and Bryans 1Commooor for 8175 Take them 225 jCRADORCHARD people are looking forward to a big time at the dancing and old fiddlers contest tomorrow Saturday night Go It you want to have fun galoreITHE Central 011 L Gas Companys oil export Is hero and drilling on their back of Sheriff M S Baughma 1larm will begin at once Timber derrick has been sawed and drilling apparatus has been shipped toer this place r OLD newspapers for sale This olllcc I 1 NEW carpets mattings wall paper picture moulding Withers Furniture Co + JESSE HAYS colored caught a 115 Ono for false swearing in Judge Gar ions court LETTER heads prlo 1 andpadded at 1160 per thousand up envelopes tl 25 per thousand np This otllce IOK RENT Lar sutra room with residence above In Rowland Apply to W S Burch Stanford 2t Tim stock of goods owned by the late boulthtbySTOREROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL en for rent Apply at this office WILL sell you millet clover and tlm ehlpstuQroats and straw Cheep for cash J H Baugbman Co TilE property of all persons on which taxes are not paid by Pcb 1 will be ad vcrtlsed Positively no will coYTilE sleet bad almost disappeared In and around Crab Orchard by noon yes terdav Mr James F Holdam tells us Tbcre Is lots of It left here wo are sorry to seq- ATTENTION A O U WSOno 0 tho grand lodge officers will bo hero Monday night Fob Ird to meet all the members and a full attendance is earn WRyworkpolagwell Ho was hero with tit this week FINETottAnaoAirsC It Browner the well kaown tobacco raiser of tho Jumbo section showed us some of his fine tobaoco yesterday of whleh be has over 8000 pounds It was as pretty a EsIn years POKKK PIAYKKB IshDBd Will LM Joe haydn and Babe Hans ford were arrested by Marshal Jones on the charge of pitying poker Judge Carson fined them 114 each They were playing In Henry Logan bouse ear the depot TUB Lancaster Record prints a plot urn and complimentary writeup of Hon R C Warren the next Congress man from this district for whleh his Lincoln county friends and they I ohl0iwithin her borders are grateful WIRBB are down all over the country some Idea of the trouble that tele raph and telephone operators are ex tperlenuingthat In order to send a dispatch Ira m Mlddlcsboro to Louisville Wodfloed was necessary to send It first Knoxvlllo thence to Charleston S C thence to Richmond Va thence Xew York City and thence to Louis vllle COMMISSION HERB Postmaster C Florence has received bis eomm slon as postmaster to serve four mo years beginning Jan 11 last It signed by President Roosevelt and leha pretty 1 g nature resembles Hon R C Warrens handwriting which wouldnt take t blue tie In a writing contest commission Is all right with one axe showIbut I wish my term didnt begin on t 13th day of the month ANOTHER OIL COMPANY Messrs B Florence L R Hughes G M Davlson J N Me no fee and H J Darst Stanford and J K Evans of Pierre South Dakota have Incorporated an oil company with a capital stock of 120f 000 The name of tbo Incorporation Is- tbo Buffalo Oil Co and It has 6000 acres of land leased In Lincoln and other counties of the State Head of the company will be at ierre South Dakota and a branch office will bo opened at this places It I the Intention of this company to sink three or four Wat wells near Stanford and drilling will begin In a few weeks Tbo company will buy Its own drilling outfit and will spare neither tlmo nor etmoney In Its search for oil and gee Tnt officers of the Hutcblns Oil ft Gee Co aro hustlers During the last 16 days they have made a valuable lease of territory In Knox county 4a bad the title examined and found It right have had their business lacare porated end certificates of now ready for the buyer Contracts timber to make a derrick and snot hernod with a driller have also been mado and drillallng will begin There are producing wells all around the lease which is not tar from Baileys Switch and it is quite probable that the territory above Is very valuable Tbo officers of the company are R P Adams president Jas Frye treasurer Hon Harvey Helm secretary and vice president and J L thhoor two or bo bored Go to Miss Sucraya for the latest I styles In photos HENRY LOOAN redwas fined 150 for running a gambling house tomorrow there will be a dally mall between Stanford and Lytle I WILL deliver 1 where In town limits millet hay at aye J H Boonc GOOD lot of all kinds harness just received Prices right George H FsrrlsLCoWMR S It CooK saw a mao peering around his premises last night but a yell at him made him tear out Ho sake us to invite the scamp to call again A NEGRO named Iedeo brought down from Altamont this morning to be treated for consumption of the bow ell by Dr J OJ Carpenter butdled be forp the physician sax him- PuttlnMAs briefly stated In oubylast Issue Mr John F PullIam one Lincoln countys substantial citizens and good moo died nt bis homo near Shelby City nt 11 oclock Tuesday orning after a protracted illness of a of troubles Mr Pulliam wa Alsbeen a resident of Lincoln for 40 earsI Ho Is survived by his wife and a lots family of childrenGeorge William Loop and Minnie Pulliam who are atI homo Robert of Gtorgeftown College Miss Eugenia who also trachea In that institution and Miss Kilzabetb a teacher In Owenaboro TilE present is thowontelect In nod great damage has been dose of electric light and telephone les broke down under the weight o and Stanford has been In darkness Wedrnosday morning Railroad traffic hss been delayed all over the country and street car traffic entirely suspended m small cities Orchards and shade trr have been greatly damaged and the losses everywhere will be large In astern Kentucky many of the streams are out of their banks and are sweeping prosrer allies have oleo been In darknett electric light plants having been co polled to shut down IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Tuttle was shot by James Taylor In Laurel county Arthur Mahan tell on the lee at Wll llamsburg and broke an arm Glllls Carroll was given a life sex WtIdI Mitchell Godby of Casey Is under arrest at Somerset on the charge of counterfeiting Twenty oil wells are under way InE IdIthe docket of the Laurel circuit tocourt for the term beginning Monday tburo nije five murder cocoa for trial toWalter Bayloss bad both logs broken at PInevlllo by the mule ho was riding slipping on the Ice and falling ou him An crank while boring for a 1sachet near Georgetown struck but termllk so a startling report gore out 5hotxelllewas of Hiram Dakar at Corbin Christmas Et Former County Attorney Jas Sparks of Laurel and the newly elected coif attoroe J an Spar1yDepuedtp j assaultingh0 a was released from jail last Friday on a 5000 hood as an accomplice In the robbery and attempted murder of Paymas tor Pete T Colgao of the Iron f nrIt Daces At Perryvllle the W C T U Sealeda ty Is taking a hand In the city govern mast affairs with a view to ellminatl tbo lawless element and their roved lam The society recently headed Indignation meeting In the Alethod church at which all the good citizens of the town participated and at whl meeting several hundred dollars was appropriated for the purpose of erect Ing a lockup and of employing a town marshal Joseph Tuseoy of Jackson county and Mla Letltla Patbam of Laurel were married at the Dillioa Hotel Liv ingston They lived 24 miles apart each wanted the nuptial knot tied heir respective home They eau not agree as to which one It should when a third party was called In and a final settlement reached that they halltd wherever they met they would have tho ceremony performed This place be Ingtbo halt way point they mot here were united CHURCH MATTERS Supt Garland Singleton will Area at the Baptist church Sunday moro Ing Rev J H Hopper will begin a meet Ins M tboMlllerabur Preabgterl church Fob 0 Rev J W Hoglns subject for day morning Is It Doth Not Yet pear evening The Foolish Choice of a Favored Son II releaseshea paid and tho whereabouts of captive and captors are unknown HUST LLEIThe sleet has played It SireekAnykoowtltbe exact I way of it may learn by calling onf Judge James P Goode Dr Ed Alcorn is at a hospital In Louisville Dr Bertie Carpenter Is ill Miss Louise Kauffman la very sick at tire Alice Lucks Lillian the sevenyear old daughter diedWednesdaylaryngitis and her remains were laid to rest In the Campbellsvlllo Cemetery yesterday Mrs V B Morse Is in Danville with her daughter Mrs J H Reid Miss MasontCarpeoter laboma arrived Tuesday Mrs Mary Luck McAfee of Pitts Pa hid a close call from death poison She ordered cough medl cine but the drug clerk made a mU take and gave her a deadly poison She took the medicine and was made death ly sick but was saved by heroic treatI ment She Is still very ill Mrs ice Lusk wont immediately to her daughter bedside eMrs George E Alford who has been qulto sick with tonsllllls is able to bo out again Judge W M Myers end W W Lyon returned from Atlanta 4ythreehere some three weeks ago W S Huffman has receled his commission and will enter the revenue service at an early date Mrs Wilford Dye and children of Midway are wIth Mrs G E Alford George D Weatherford fwho was In Cincinnati and Lexington the first of tbo week bas returned Miss Alice Cabbell Is in Liberty the guest of relatives The BurrlsCarpenter wedding on Wednesday was a handsome sonic at the Christian church The bride Miss Mary Crawford Carpenter Is the beau tlful and talented daughter of Mra Jennie Carpenter of this place and the groom a Colorado Springs man and a fine gentleman The ceremony was performed by Elder B J PInkerton of Impressivemwas rendered very artistically by Miss McCorkle of Paris while the bridal party entered the church During the ceremony Miss McCorkle played Call Me Tblno Own The church was tastefully decorated with palms ever greens and chrysanthemums which were erected Into throe arches one at the end of each aisle and ono In the centre under which the bridal couple stood Miss Angle Carpenter sister of the bride and Mr John Prawl of Dan vllle weru the attendants Messrs M Harper A B C Dlnwlddlc Wm and A J Adams were tbo ushers Immediately after the ceremony the couple took the train for the Charleston Exposition After 10 days stay there they will then co to their future home In Colorado Springs Colwbere the best wishes of their legion of friends producedand thorn Is a general regret that she has left the county REMARKABLE OURE OF CROUP eALITTLE BOYS LIFE SAVED regardlnJChnmberlalns saved my little boys lire and I feel that I kecannot praise it enough I bought a bottle from A E Stcere of Goodwin B D poorbabymedicine ts directed every 10 minutes tonuntil he throw up and then I thought sure ho was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth In great long strings I am positive that I had not got that bottle of cough med- Icine my boy would not bo on earth to Joel Dcinont In wood Iowa For sale liy Craig d Hocker druggists 1 oneleggedp Supleta woman they prechsays ocrat FortamilyueelnanmbocleeswaysBAtrLARDS valuable remedy Price 25 and GO cents Pennys P ug Store isCattle For Sale I beThirty Rood stock Steers 2 and 3vearfive yearling Betters 33 of tbo lot reds and red roanS STOKES BROS Stoke Russell Co Ky Old Fiddlers Contest- at Turnervlllo Tuesday night ohFeb 11 1902 Entertainment will bo opened by Rich nrds Ilros aged It and 13 yearn You cant aTord to miss this for they are natural born musician Contest to all rood fiddlers flrst prize 110 second IS Tur entertainingApsee that nothing Is spared that will bo for the pleasure and entertainment of all pre countoftest and If are looking for a good tlmo cant afford to miss It Good order guaranteed CARTER IIR09 Mgn WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 Aa an Inducement we offer a complete stock in every department at prices that willsell theirgenerousbusIncas Fancy find Staple Groceries Glassware Queen swure Shelf and Heavy Hardware Nails Wire of all kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc 1 Also Cook Stoves with indestructablo fire back Salt Lime Cement Clover Tlmo olhy quickdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO J 4 rt j t w fjj j j j Mt j j Shirt Sale Our entire line of STIFF BOSOM COLORED STARTS must Jo sold in the next six weeks We need the room and the money and the prices we make will sell them SOc Shirts at 38 Five dozen fl Shirts at SOc Several dozen Shirts the very new est and swellest things go at 75c Remember this is cash sale H J McROBERTS l j I i J j 2 j 8 j J I j j 1 d c 1 a If paving Your Own Way is what you want ours is the place r C11ngiGoods at Moneylosing Prices but they must go and go soon Silks Dress Goods Shoes Hosiery Ac at 13 to 12 ofT the price Zcijrler Bros Shoes8 2 ones at 150 f3 ones at 2 1150 shoes at tl 1wjSeverance SonsOPPOSITE COURT HOUSE SAVE MONEY This Year by Trading With Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Hardware Groceries Farming Im plements Etc Etc Chi iJ For Tike WBJhto CLOSING OUTI have decided to quit the goods business told have advertised my store for sale The rend ers of this paper know the kind anti quality of the 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 THE JNTFKIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pal offke at Stanford at toondclaM rnaU- erssbuahdT adoy and Fridwp AT 31 PER YEAR CASH j I tm Wbo Dot topaldsaOO will becharted I I fI a KNOXVILLE DIVISION llMam Note2a0amI NoZS Southt fl0r1 12 32pm For all Points L KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION mNoNo Jiarriret at Vo 21 leatM Stanford at 280 p m R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over HigRina RfcKlnncys Stor- Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinixey Ky Makeand keep constantly on band tbe beat of lour Moat 8hlpstur Bran Chick on Feed dc Prices very reasonable CUS- tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 81 acres situated on the Stanford and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stanford In raM and land with excel Lion of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good tent 1n timber thougb no dwelling only a COin crib It la a very desirable little place ell sell at l5 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successor to T D Bright S Co Will hold on February 9 1902 a big JA01 SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will bt disposed of Nothing but firstclass jack H C RUPLEIf The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUBEE k SIN Prot JUNCTION CITY XY firstClass Tarnouti at Reasonable Dates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS u D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds a Porters table Every hlag first class meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DdNPILLEBY Manufacturer of BRICKt Aqd Dealer I- nLimeCement o o Write For Pri- cesPOSTED The following persons have their lands potted and they will punish to tbe full ox tent of the law any person dr persons found bunting fishing trapping or otherwise trespassing on them W II Iloono O D tloono J II ti O A Pleasant O P Newland II F Newland W H 0 L Grow E P Woos f J E Bruce Oeo D Hopper 8 H Baughman K O hooker J S Ilocker A8 Broaddus Mrs J M White J W Ilaughnjan t J W Adams 8 T Harm W P Tate Joseph Ballon J M Adam J O Horton T A Rice MIssMaryfepplea Walter W Warren H F Lawrence i W Eo Amon J II Foster Ernest lUlmann David Stephens Aaron Ball T I Soft Harness You can make roar her nW as ton u a glove i and u tough at wire by uune El It Ihltt liar nnm lll You ran I lengthen Us llremk U lut tab e u lone u U ontloaruy would EUREKAHarness i nukr a poor looking bar nee i like nw Made of pun Navy bodied oil ee prrpaiwl to wilt elandlbe wnktber Sold aI ekaIn cant lade bj STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am paint and repair your carriage or wagon tn Bratclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J n GREEK Stanford Ky Ju S PRICE Burgeon Dantii- tStanford Ky OOe OTr UcBoberU Prug Store In the Ovtltr Building FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney con- tainIng six rooms two porches veranda all necessary outbuildings nlco shades A desirable location and a bargain Call on or address J II VANHOOK McKInnoy Kv Small Farm For Sale Situated near Peyton Well I contains about 60 acres and Is now occupied by Samuel Has fair house of 4 rooms and tbe outbuildings are In good repair Spring and well both close to house Land Is In a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow 15 aero in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms H cash balance 1 and 2 years COLUMBUS niSHOP Shelby City Ky J+ G+ McGJMY UNDBETAKEB EJI3ALIlIERAndfealearln I BADNESS SADDLEHY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY s HAYS UNDEBTASEBS ALSO DK1LZM IX Furniture MattlnsRugs And WallPaper Furniture for all They will Exchange kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpcclalUtJaf Louisville will bo at St Asnpli HotclStatafor My Jan 27th to Fob1102 1 Six days only Eyes examined and glasses clentifcaliyhad jested Office hours 0 a m to 4 p m flare MRS SALLIE J BALL In memory of our dear mother Sad noes and loneliness and wishing Bnd longing for a sight which wo can not lice Is our portion today Only a few days ago joy and cheerfulness wcre each dwellers In our home Only a short while ago we seemed a wbolo family bound together by the ties of love and affection Out alas tho bright link Is severed and In tolling you wbat this link if we pen the saddest IIncs which have over fallen to our lot Our mother has loft us But after a mo tncnte thought we can write anotber with a great degree of happiness Ve know her spirit Is at rest with Cbrlat and all her loved ones who crossed be fore her and U safe on the othorsh We know It because we have God word for It Ho has said Blessed are they who do his commandments tbat they may have right to tho tree of life and enter In through tbo gate Into tbe city Wo keow our mother kept His commandments and therefore God telll us that she has entered Into tho city Our mother thought and practiced Sllch thing as were true honest just pure lovely of good report and prahewor thy We know of whom wo write and iro would not claim for her one Ilnltle virtue which she did not possess She was the eldest daughter of Hiram and Lucy Popples her mothers maiden name being Pondlcton She was born June 28 1816 about five miles cast of Stanford on the old Sacry homcsu tear which place she was married In 833 to Thomas M Ball and near tbe lama place she spent her married lIfo till she was left a widow June 1 18S9 Unco the death of her husband sho haa lived with her youngest son Tbomu C Ball till the laat seven years of her lifo which she spent with her dauj ter Mrs Salllo Swope where she had lived for tt5 years on tho old hail homo stcad She confessed her Savior and nlted with the Methodist church at- tbo ago of 17 Our mother was tentle pure lovely and loving good noble and kind In the highest degree Dut- no tongue can exprcsano pen can write or no picture can portray the cstcem In which we held her And while we very deeply feel her loss wo find con ilatlon In the assurance and promise that if we are fallhfnl as she was Calth- ful we will not be separated from her rover but that we will one day mcet- bcr again and know her for we Iball know each other there She lived con ntedly and she died submissively Of the feelings of a father and of bls Interest In our welfare we have never entertained a doubt But there was a peculiarity In the feeling that it was- tbe twine of our mother In our motb- ers room we were always welcom wben we entered it we were always welcome when wo entered it we wcro ways met with a smile The world fight be Indifferent to Us wo might be unsuccessful in our studies thn frlen wbloh wo sometimes supposed we bad made might prove untrue tho bonor wblcb wo thought we deserved mlgl be withhold from us wo might be chi Irrlned and mortified by easing a rival outstrip us and bear away the prig wblch we sought but there was ooe plaoo whore no feeling of rivalry wi Cound and where we were always sure of a friendly greeting Whether pale- and tired from study oare or sloknlu wo were sure that we would be welcome In our mothers room Though tbe- world might be cold towards us yet- there was one who always robbed In our success and always was affected In our reverses And thnre was a place to which we might go from the ltorm- wblcb begun to pelt us where we mllbt- rest and become encouraged and Invljt- orated for a new conflict For who e entered the door of her room we- expected that a mother llko the moth cr of Lisera as she looked out at he window waiting for the coming of ber SOD laden with the spoils of victory would look out for our coming and tbat- our return would renew her joy and- oure It makes a sad desolation wben- from such a place a mother is taken- away and when whatever may be tbe- eorrows or the successes in life she 18 to meet her son no more The horn of our childhood may still be lovely the house the green holds the old rlv er the lawn are still there but moth er le gone Her familiar voice la not- beard Here Is the chair where she nt but she is not hero Hero are the garmeats she wore and here ore tbe- Iood nice bed clothes she made for U- 8Here are all the nice things which ebe provided for our future enjoyment and- comfort but alas I our precious mother Ie tot hero She bas boon borne forth to deep by the side of her husband and our father who went before her and the place Is not what it was There are those hero whom we love wo bavo- Crlende who are tender and loving as- tboy can be yet our homo will never be what It was again It Is a loosening of one of the cords which bind us to- eartb designed to prepare us for our- cternal flight from everything dcar- bero below and to teach us that there 18 no place here that Is to be our permanent homo So what was once a- unlted family is now a broken one our are now in Heaven while the rest But with the helpoC ue are on earth of Him who gave ills life for a ransoqj for us we shall strive earnestly to one day again bea united family These- thlngl concerning our precious mother are poured forth from the overflowing of a son who dearly loved his herTDOMIS B BA- LLaw a = STANFORDS TELEPHONE DIRECTORY A 98 Allen J A Ueeldonee 71 Acton Dr J WrltostdeB 8 llnltoy Dr Steololtoeide 11 Unughman CoMiit3- D Uaughman J WReeldo46 Unughraan J IIReeldei41 Itaughmnn M SRoaldo45 Baughmnn S II ltoalde- G Hoazloy Ur sSlablo47 nromor Traylor Saloon 25 Drown Dr K Joo olResldoncc 1 Bruce IStable88 Uruco J E ltOllldonco 59 Uurnsidc Miss PoarlUoslli 9 Bright J Jr CoStoreD- D Doono J ILStable7G Boone J 11Roaldei42 Doazloy J LSloroC 31 Carpenter Dr J tiRoeldoi 85 Carson W A Store 86 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75 ccnte- Two doses will relieve you Try it Oet- Oreena Special Almanac Pennys Drug- Store MARDI GRAS QOLCRESCENT ROUTENew Orleans Feb 11 Great eat MidWinter Fete In the worldwelr and beautiful Low rate excursion Queen 5s Crescent Route Finest train- service in the South Two fast 2tbourt- raln8 every day in the year from Cln olnnatl The trip through the beautl ful southern country Is a holiday in Itself All Inquiries gladly answered- Free printed matter W C Rlncar son G P A Cincinnati 1100f100 ol tbli r will be pltued to learn that Ibtriliatlftaloneilreided disease the Ml ene been abla to cure In 11 Iti stages and tbat onlylieLanb being a rc a conlllulion trvatmtnt Uillt Catarrh cur ubn Internally tell g directly upon the blood aod mucous surfaces of the stemtaundailon ot the etstase and giving tb patient ttr 02tb bjr tulldloc up the cotulllu lion nature In its work Th- rroprlelora hate to much faith In Jtt ruullte- pown they oar One hundred DolUrt for ny cue that It fails to cure Send lor lUt of tea tlmoDIII Address F J Cl1ENEY ok CO Toledo O Sold b teta r5c- an Family Mlle are the bet h a =r K e E C WKUTON Prcnt L R HUGHES Sec Co Tren atrr wr THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange f I And Title company r We offer for sale the fol lowing No 1house aid lot in Stun ford Ivy HIM live rooms hull porch in the rear n good garden in n good noighborhowl and clixO to churehc anti school This is u good IIOIIM for a small family Price 850 No 2A small farm of 37 acne nlwut 2 miles from Stanford llottfi contains four good rooms hack porch and ono vonuuln A prowl burl and other ontbnilding all in good repair Cut in six fields well fenced 20 acres in cultivation one nero in fruit trees rest in grass This was bought at n Coiumi ionorH sale at a bargain and can be sold at a bargain It U closo to whool and church and only 2i niilos from Stnnfonl Price 883 per nero Land adjoining sold for 8 10 nnd S 15 por dcro This U n bargain No 3Iloueo and lot in Stanford Louse contains five rooms A good stable and 5 acres of land well fenced This ii ono of tho prettiest building lots in town there is room enough in trout for two other cottages or a two story front could be built to the cut tuge and lx iniiile n beautiful homo This place will lw soldcheap ns the owner must have money No ITwostory frame dwelling seven rooms hull and vurandn Go garden fencing and house in good opnir This idaco is for smile or rent irieo reasonable No 5 House and lot in Stanford house has ihrtc rooms and front tOrah A good garden and fttablo In goad roo pair This place will be sold cheap First NationalOf Stanford Ky Bank Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 his Institution was MtaUkhrd as the Uepolt lank of Stanford In ISM then reor amend as the National Hank of Stanford In flee and again reoeganeat as the First National Rank of Stanford In ISIS having bad practically an muter r pteJ existence for 41 yea It Is better adpnUed now with acllltlM for transact InicbutliHHt promptly and well than ever before In tu long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited IN of and at prices our + I II I I H 01 oIJ 11 I II I II II I I I I not brllovo that an cough euro can bo better that our Syrup of White Fine Com pouid with Tar It dots jut what must be dono to thor oughly cnre a cough It over cornea congestion anti Inflam mallon U and heal the tissues of the air passages it promotes expec toratlon loosens the and finally cures It to stay cured Relief is almost im mediate It li to take and economical use When you want tho best possible cough euro ask for White Pine pound with Tar Price Twenty five Cents Ky 1111111 3111 J + HHH ++ = b alrlrswH No 6Onu of the nroltlost cottages in Stanford Contain tlx bouts largo lull bathroom veranda and back porch A good stable anti garden This place l- aultollllleln every respect and in spIce didrepair Over a year ego this prop arty sold for I22AO oan now bo bought for considerably less M tho owner who lives In county needs the money for other purposes No 7 Homo and lot In Stanford Kv pro and ono half story contalni five irooms A good garden smoke house and coil house 1rlce only 1000 I No 8Small farm of about 80 acres 21 mile from Stanford on county road JO neren In cultivation 71u pasture 2 good orchards and rrat In timber Two small roust have money No OA farm of 160 acres situated near Klngsvlllo Ky Sixty acres In cu llvatlon SO In timber rest in grow well watered two good barns and olher outIbuilding all goal repair Tho dwell- Ing which la comparatively new Is with 300 yaids of three school most desirable farm in that section of the county We wlU sell the whole farm tot 12400 or In parciU of not leas than 10 acre 10 suit purchaser This U certainly a cheap property Wo have u buyer for a I50or 800 nero limn situated from ono to three milort from town Also n liuyor for about 100 acre tttunteil trout ono to four iniloa from town with without imprwvoincnti We will uilvertko other plane Inter on Wo still solicit your form mid ttoW in ertv to Noll for you r Officers J 8 IIOOKRK Ireft J J MoROtinRTS Cbr W II tyfA1I11Ii- kprDirectors I V Used Llnorto One T Harrta Uoeeln Oo 18 Itoeker Lincoln Oo W P Walton UneolH J II Collier Crab Orchard M II HIre Stanford 811 ItaiigbiMi Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Jaa MoWiMoa Hubble J II Ikmcbnan Stanford W p Tate Stanford 1IULK15 Carriages Buggies Phaetons V Wagons Buck boards Harness Pull and complete stock the above always on hniul are sold that defy competition See elegant line ot Lap Robes Scientific Cough soothes delicate cough pleasant to Com PENNYS DRUG STORES- tanford It IIngl In propertylies or Oo CARSON PENCE cureWe If You Want Catalogues or Briefs 1 Letter leads Roto Honda d Bill IICndS- Statonllnits Envelopes Dodgers L Posters ti Flamors ContractsILenses Prescription Books J Prescription DlnnksI 1 Checks Drafts Orders Etc Etc I TIle Interior Journal the plage to get themf1Iis quick and cheap