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I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STAKFORDXY TUESDAY FEBRUARY419023 P M xn nr Something About the Railroad Boys IWIIITTEN HV VIC OWBS8 Somo 10 or 12 year ago thorn was a tall and handiooia local freight coeduc tor running on tbo Knoxville Draoob but nt tlmo hurried Sato the wide fickle ot the feet ago wo too now that slim portonaRo at a fat Ono looking prime cIiltoD retired from railroad life and Instead a real estate owner and banker ij of our town Dick UockerIThorn was another Jolly old fellow who for years carried the billoppo site Dlolct run and whenever Uncle Jlmmlo Carter name la mentioned all the boys frolic with admiration In ro + calling the narrow escapes and mlibapi of a veteran car herder at told by the conductor Bo made himself tam out and popular at a witty sod humorous railroader by the manner In which bo Instructed hit brakemen to do the work along the line On one occasion in setting oft a car at a certain taboo and not considering that hit men had learned their figures Instead of Riving hit head mme the number of this car bo merely told him to tot off that big red box car at and tear out for Mt Vernon On arrival there Uncle JImmlo cams down by the train coo gratulating the crow In getting over the road In tuch good shape and by bit good humor and wit making tbotmllct of every ono that patted audible when suddenly he noticed the red car ttlll In his train whereupon the air grow hot with railroad talk The brakeman bad tot oft the wrong car and was biding boo hind a box car lIt olDI to the funernl services of his own soulhe was enjoy log a moments tlloooo until at ho thought the protecutor was tlmplyb waiting for moro breath with which to bring the sermon to an amen but In stead the old gentleman had crawled between tho cart and taking the brakeman by the are leading him to the ct boote without a word and arterooter lag reached up mod pulled down a red Slag holding It up before tbo condemn cd man and naked What color It thlt Slag the rctpone came quiet and em phatic Green t Thoro I The duo tucker I color blind Eph Dudderar the third party who wu never out of place crested quit a reunion by com fog to the front with a round gallon They all drank to the depths of a pint tin cup mad altaboardfor Pine Ulll was given Uncle JImmlo taw that It would not do to rely on color for tbo proper die trlbullon of cart sod told the frog eyed brakeman that bo would hold up bit fingers In the future to indicate the number of cairn to be nut oil and to watch out for fingers at Pine 11111 Tbo train stopped and up shot tbo conduc tors finger and quick at a flash tbo pin was lulled and two car kicked In the siding rccouplcd and away they flew for Sink Gphs tin cup bid made everybody feel good and tho head man was enjoying a social that with Joe Ilardln the operator at Sink while Undo JImmlo walked from tbo cabooio tito the office to register He was a ilL tie long In making tbo trip und the bead officer stepped up through the tunnel to ascertain the cause of his de lay and he was quickly made to undo stand With precision and reason tbo old man commenced to read the last IIbad rites of tall hero bolow to bla head man because ho only kicked Into cars and should have been three In ruining down tbo guilty party tbo linger signal was repeated and alto n tion was called to the fact that the lore f finger was halt gone and the plea et tablltbed that It was too far to too th atub consequently another rallroa- lecture was averted and a bad griev J acre compromised at tho bunghole Epbt jug Uncle Jimmie was calle several years ago to run a special of the Lords where there la no log to two and running together tho way Jimmy Carter Jr and a chi from tbo old block too Is loft on h fathers old run to represent the rail t road talent of tbo famous Carter Water I tbo second son was sent from tbo x LN to accept a conductorahlp on the L E Lexington to Jackea- George 4 tbo speechless wonder t now serving an apprenticeship In ca j jI pacity at brakeman and Olnum It wl Walter in a similar position Jlmm J Jr married Alien Ada Gover a daug ter of the tat and saucy Curttt Govor I unionttIe a o rter e for many years to come 1Ono of the most unique characters in responds to the name ol I Arthur Pierce who when on the road never takes his hand from the throttle or oyo from tbe rail unless a beautiful young maiden It Soon tripping down the pike then of course to be an uptodate railroad man wo are all supposed to I answer this duty and flip your blue handkerchief in the wind Arthur Is a f jI floe engineer and a ladles gentleman knowIa y Sallle Bentley formerly of Stanford U captain of the cart and who never tolls to touch the paymaster for lose than 1125 Billy lo beautifully and conven lenity located In a nice llttlo cottage of bit own and In enjoying an evening with bit family around the fireside ho hot just enough of hope and girls to keep him awako till good rlpo bed tlmoDad Orndorll an old time tallow pot runs a bog opposite Arthur Pierce and It at playful and nimble as a kitten notwithstanding takes No 50odd breeches to accommodate the great levlatbin He know lust exact ly what an engine can do and it always on time and at happy at a monkey lathe jungle Gene his oldest boy Is onto serving the last year of his time ala machlnost In Corbin shops after which ho commands a salary of from S1 to II per day Walks talks and layKobortgay conductor lo tbo flourishing days ot Rowland still plays captain In a little red caboose It was there that Bob gained the highest hope of his life and won tbo match that be met the pretty daughter of Mr J W Adam of the old high weed eccentric stock to wellknown In Lincoln Garrard Madison and Ilockcaitla counties Mr end MM Cbappoll are charming enter tamer frequcotlyleadlnjt ttoro with their hands and mouths Oil ed with candy lie Itnt old although growing bald but wbatt the difference be his the money Everybody know Lent position brakeman cutter and the job pays him 1125 per month too nil wife was a darkeyed moun tale lassie Mist Pearl daughter of I N Kewland of Brodhead who for years pumped the water for engines with a blind mule In an old treadpow er pump at that place Mr Nowland often tells with merriment to crowd that the mule was tricky and would stop when bo wont down was for a ilL tie talk with tbo loafers lo Tom Frltht store and finally happily thought ho would bang bit coat on tbe door and at the donkey coma by on bit round look at tho coat and thinking It tho driver tread on- Anyone having objection to Tom Hurleys name should speak now or highballlIe robe oblckent with pedigree at long as that of Maud S Ho showed himself tcnrlblo man sad marled the sweetest dailY In Bullltt countys doll Mist Maggie McCarty who It a niece of W L McCarty of Klngtvllle Tom and bit bonalo bride Ira very happy and when not on his run bo may b teen behind a thoroughbred poop rolling over the country on rubber tires Who knows anything about leo Rout the old Stanford eagle eye P After tlx or eovep years of heal service throw log coal 12 loot Into the mouth of a Mo gut Joo was examined and made an eo gineer and can certainly make ono go all tho gape Ho Is wldcawuko and attentive to duty Let ino Introduce Mike Mundy who knows every gjrl within 10 miles of either lido of the track from Lebanon Junction to Corbln Theres no quos tine about Mlko being a cannon bull hustler and If ho catches an engine that wont make CO miles an hour with all ea o bo promptly recommends that she be sent to the shop for a general 100k1DIraooy thde Bob Flanlgan another Rowland ttu Irledh o water runs low In the first gauge and erneBIk o erneIsd specImen from Crab Orchard tone steed on a lit tlo of James best issue initructiont signaltoa d conductor and a student of Uncle Jim thmy Carter which is a suflloicnt guar napehderar tbe financier engineer Zan Murphy It considered the crack fire man and ranks just as high In social circles well aided by the handsome midget Wm Magruder and Tom Mobloy the export accountant at ono of the largest retail mercantile estab lishments In the State Magrnder Patterson Tho next good man Is none other than John Cbappell who lately was promoted to an engineers position with a clean record to make the cure that are haters him John knows ao on which sldo the reverse lover shout bo thrown when an obstruction looms up in the distance and dote not hesitate to make his smoke wagon talk to aiher master In this case The time Is past and gone when the pranks and practical jokes of the prowl lag gang around Sbeltons and Car nor boarding houses before tbo tall of Rowland of rolling beer kegs down tbo ttalrway at midnight or some crew come In cold wet tired hungry and sleepy and call some moo from file warm place to go out on the wrecker In order to got a bed himself Jim Mudd who for years has pulled the L fc Nsleg fore round hundred per month wat surprised ono bleak cold night when old man M F Hulot came to the dis patchers window nod asked where It the wreck P to which be replied go back to bed old man that was only a sham call made by those youngdevlls DANVILLE AND VICINITY Judge R J Breckinrldgelstpendlng a foe days In Danville looking after some legal matters Jailer Fitzgerald has been unable to perform his duties for several days on account of an abscess just above bis right knee His frlenus will bo pleased to know that he Is Improving htoneK Grubbs of that city In circuit court Saturday for 300 In a broach of prom lee wit Capt Grubbs will appeal the CliO R S Lytle a former Stanford man was Initiated law the Elks Lodge at tho last meeting Mr Lytle It becom Ins ono of Danvilles most popular cit zees as well as his brotberlnIaw Dr- W B Penny who came from Stanfor the same time A water tank attached to Druggist John B Stouts cooking range explod od as the result of tbe water pipes freezing Sunday night and destroyed too range tore the windows out of tbo kitchen sod Ufo doors from tbe hinges The lots Is over 1100 Tbe R J Brccklnrldgo Camp o Confederate Veterans of Boyle hat purchased tbe little grays yard u Perryvllle where sleep 480 Confederate soldiers who foil in tbe bloody con filet theca lo 1802 and will In ways beautify the formerly spotMr W It Rice ton of the law Col A J Rice of Garrard It being rapid ly promoted at a traveling salesman for the Superior Drill Co of Springfield Ohio He hat been recently given half of Tennessee as well M the whole State ot Kentucky ai his territory with Ten nctice headquarters at Naahvlllo Nex year ho will have charge of both States with general headquarters In Louis vlllo Mrs Louise Bandy of the West End hat filed suit lo the Boyle circuit court against Milton Harmon a merchant of damaged cusation that she filched from hit ttore a package of garden teed valued prob ably at G or 10a Along wagon Is mighty dangerous thing to poueulf not properly curbed by thinking twice or three times before operating- W R Jones a brakeman on the Cin cinnati Southern while ttandlngon top of a box car at Danville yesterday when the train was moving at a lively gait was struck In the mouth by a phone wire Ho was knocked ward but managed to remote on th oar Ills mouth on each sldo was ca nearly back to his ears and seven of hl teeth were knocked out Ho preaoota a horrible appearance when carried low tbe depot by the crew MUs Annie Evans Bright daughter of Mr George P Bright had a nacre escape from burning to death Ftlda eight Some clothing in front of an oped grate Ignited and Miss Bright grabbed the burning garments and threw them aside in order to prevent the others from catching In tbe ex citement sod nests the horsing cloth tOil were thrown Into a bowl of gaso line which had been used for cleansing purposes and a terrific explosion reo tutted scattering furniture Rod fire in all party of tbe room Mr Brlgbtwbo was In ac adjoining room rushed to tbe aid of his daughter whoso clothing from her hands to her shoulders were in a mast of flames and he throw tome blankets about her thus saving her life Her arms and hands however were horribly burned The oxploaiOa aroused the neighbors who rushed and extinguished the flames before the fire company arrived A CURE FOR LUMI1AQO W 0 Williamson of Amherst Vai says For more than a year I Buffered from lumbago I finally tried Chamber lalnfl Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other remedies had 11- ed to 06 Bold by Craig Ilockerdru gilt Fire ciuied a property loia of about half a million dollars In Norfolk Vt AolumbIlIs aro t of buildings totally destroyed Mrs Bottle Ford committed suicide at Elwood led because her huiband would not permit her to attend a ball LANCASTER Tbo C W B M Auxiliary holds Its afterooon1Tboday and we are to have six more weeks of winter Tbe dam of the Pilgrimage Distillery broke a few nights ago as a result of pretturo and freezing Miss Claudia Arnold and Benjamin Swopo of near Bryantsvllle were mar ried at the homo of the bride The damage done by tbe sleet Is al most unprecedented Whole orchards of fruit trees aro almost ruined Ed and Napo Price sold five yearling mules to Winkle it Jones of Knox vllle TenD four at 160 and one for 8oO Prof J11 Patterson of this place was ono of thojudges in tbo Intercol legiate declamatory contest held at Winchester The Baptists will commemorate St Valentines day and add to their church treasury by giving a basket supper at the parsonage on the 14th Mr Robert Austin of McCreary Is very 111 of typhoid lever His wire who as bees an Invalid for months has Im provedlIuntcleoUy to sit up Mitt Dovo Harris has formed a partnership with Mrs John M Logan and will open a stock of Spring millinery In the Logan drygoods building Mitt Lena Palmer has returned from a visit to Mrs Arthur Bill at Stanford Miss Maud Vernon of Danville Is with hef grandfather W J Partln temperanceda church Sunday afternoon and at tbe Methodist church Sunday sight Judge Wm Brown of London has been visiting Judge Epb Drown Mrs George Ballow of Richmond Is at the bedside of her tether Jos Francis Sr Mr Winkle the Knoxvllle trader wasf HtC A Robinson sold some beeves to T A Elkln at 3J to Jo Jack Bourse Jamesdcome butcher hogs at So Tbo city council passed an ordinance at 1U last meeting in behalf of the rest dent dentists It Is a requirement of a 150 license from all Itinerant practl tioners who visit the community Misses May Scott of Bryantsvllle Walkerstex amination for State certificates under tho county superintendent Friday and Saturday Mr J M Hleglnbotham whose III sees hoe been reported suffered a sec nod stroke of paralysis and his condi tine was thought to be hopeless Sat urday bo rallied a llttlo and his physi clans now think there are indications of improvement fromtstating that Mr Nixon Perkins had been taken worse and requesting his wife to como at once Mm Perkins left Friday for San Antonio Mr Perkins lines is the result of an attack of grip and pneumonia which has tel consumptionk Is still quite AsthisdHe Is an exceptional gentleman of tbe old school and la a typical Kentucklac Mr Francis a cousin of ExGov David recentlypA GOOD RECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale on Cham berlalnt Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost Invariably to those who have once used them saps Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade lose What better recommendation couldany medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need ofsuch a remedy 1 Try them whn you feel dull niter eating when you have a badtaflte in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you aro certain to bo delighted with the prompt relief which they aflbrtl For sale by Craig d Ilocker druggists p laSou keep on taking passengers the men who was jammed up against the car stove when there are moro of us holding to straps than arc thing dowoII Well we furnish the straps free dont we said the conductor What are you bollerln about A RELIABLE REMEDY FOK DOWEL TROUBLESg of the Red ford St M E Church Cumberland Md says It affords me gnat pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Horaedy I have used it and know others who have never known It to fail For sale by Craig sit Ilocker druggists A J Alexander ono of Louisvilles veteran butlneta moo is dead ==1 6 s = P = = = Zili There are Sonje Men 11I 4tvho till tho end of thc season to buy l iclothing If you have been waiting tho now come You can buy any of rijhas limoI Fancy Winter jf IE i Iuti t 1 111ifiJ THE GLOBEMerc- hant f Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing It back it jonre not satisfied I mILLERmi HIBSDH Danvilleil = L = I 3 t 600 Beautiful Samples Fresh from The Royal Tailors Come in nnd let us take your measure for a suit of cloth- esCumminsI s McClary 1 TVonictTkP1lti ITheybowels but regular action cannot be secured liver secretes enough bile to make the untilethe execute their natural functions ural agitation caused by cathartics compels continual Ana increasing doses to attaIn the results r o on the eactsform Chills ntcrr of of thot FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLS LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley BHi Shank W O Walker Geo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Hank k Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BA NK- ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will LJ prove mutually bcnoHclal A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers htaserTiccs as r9uotoiarto the people ol Lincoln County lie will plellle you both In work and price Write to him J H BOONS CO Proprietors JUM tIC3 Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STBIfFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 90 Officers S H SHANKSPresident J B OWSLEY Cashier W M limo liT Aut Cashier BROWN 8 BROWN Attorneys at Law Office In Masonic Dldl SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Court also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this whiter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and a portion of your patron age I handle the best grades of Jelltco coal T L S ELTON Rowland Ky FOR RENT Seventeen acres of good farming land oa Neats Creek SJ4 miles south of Stanford Good average buildings Reasonable rent- JASllUrORINSON ilTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL aEC WALTON f ItWP WALTON It Ctodlditefor Railroad OommlttloDtr for the Zd Dlilrtct tabled lo the will of Ib dtmocrii t r Tins Is what Rear Admiral Schlev 1thegrandest Roman of them all said be took bis departure from Lau Uvllle I cant find words realty 1 1cant to express my appreciation of our bere I and myself hmlted j i ty certain adjectives and pbrases a whereas I feel the used of others mare I wish to say tbat 1 bave lexpressive of the hospitality of Ien w Kentucky baepltatltyaDd tbat It Is not exaggerated In the sllJrbti net degree Kentucklans are what It have heretofore conceived them aa be loga great hi broadminded klod ilheartedpeople I leavo Louisville wltb the kindest recollections and am very f grateful t THIS ought to settle the question U 8 Senatorelect James B McCrea on having his attention called to tbe dispatch that Mr Polk Daffoon Jr had been selected as his private secretary when he assumes the duties of I United States Senator to the Rlcb 1mondRegister said Mr LafToon never the position and Da person has spoken to me In his bebaU I do not expect to appoint a private secretary for several months or near the time when a secretary will be Deed 3edMiss ALICE ROOSEVELT has biDs somed out In the short time she bu been an Inmate of the White HDuile Into a rival of the American rose Sbe sparkles In youth and beauty In viva sty and good nature and thorough t enjoys all the functions from a recep tlon to a dinner party A correepon ent says that at the various social da loge In the Wblto House men and wam I en stand on tip toe to catch a 211meeof this thoroughly pleasing young woma 1 PRINCE HENRYS time must be ex i cecdlngly valuable If 10 minutes is aU he can spare a city of LouUvllles dl h mentions That wouldnt be eODugh time for Danvlllo k THE Review of Reviews says tbat with Messrs McCreary and Gorman 10 the Senate the democratic side Is ma tonally strengthened I POLITICAL Judge Joseph E Robblne of Grave Is a candidate for appellate judge The House ways and menus commlI tee killed a bill rtdllclfie dutlei on tbe steel schedule A favorable report was ordered oD the House ways and means commltte I on the war tax reduction bill Lt Luolen Young has been promote to the rank of commander and has beeD assigned lo the cruiser Detroit Both Houses of the Legislature beld abort sessions yesterday adjournlo out of respect to the memory of tbe late Gov Goebel The treasury department was forma ly transferred by Lyman J Gage to Leslie M Shaw many tears being ebed for the retiring official Senator Blackburn made the mal eo speech of his present term In opposI- tion to Senator soars bill to Increase salaries of Federal judges Chairman Payne and other leaders or the House Ways and Means commltte have stirred up a hornets nest la de I if not denying tariff concei Ifshoneto Cuba- President Roosevelt has leaned an or i der forbidding employee of any of tbe executive departments to solicit a rals In salary under penalty of dlsmlssa from the government service Hon Robert J Brccklnrldge wil give up the office of attorney genera April 1 and will resume his law prac i tlce at Danville He will also prosecute an active canvass for governor It Is practically settled that the re publican majority of the louse elec I Lions will report In favor of seating Mo Kenzle Moss who Is contesting the seal of Representative Rhea of the Third district The house will probably act- on the case within the next two weeks f The Louisville Bar Association by a vote ot 40 to 22 adopted a resolution calling upon the Senators and Repre I seatatires of Jefferson county to sup port the judicial rotation bill with the proviso that the changing of Judges be restricted to Judges trying jury I cases How the mighty has fallen 1 Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner once loved of I all Kentuckians called on Collector Craft another degenerate to beg for a place for a relation and then dldnc get It When a man starts down bill evorthlng Is usually greased fo the oc paslon and everybody ready to give him a klokLex Democrat The president summoned Speaker r Henderson and Representative Dalzell I before him and spoke his mind plainly r upon the question of Cuban reciprocity having dlecovered that it was theta men who blocked It He gave both to understand that no wanted a 25 per cent reduction In the Cuban tariff The matter will probably take the form ota Senate Amendment to the war rev enue reduction bill a F F NEWS NOTES It costs 160000 a year to run the freo turnpikes of Fayolte Freezing weather is reported atJnek uonvllle and New Orleans The decrease In the public debt the month of January was 5701333 lorI Lexington has over 400 Elks and I order in that city Is growing rapidly- A St Louis judge decided tbaumoatb nickels must be accepted at their value faceI At Pulaikl mod Michael Nets lpoodent over his mothers death emitted suicide A new Catholic University Is to be established In Washington City at a cost of 1150000 Consumptives In New York City are to be Isolated on Black wells Island IDr the public good A mother and son dead and twa daughters Insanu from starvation were found In Philadelphia The Kaisers gift to Miss Alice Roosevelt will be a gold jewel caee rloblv studded with diamonds Fire that raged for 10 hours wiped out the business portion of Waterbury Coon causing a loud over 9300000 Capt S J Scbrodes shot himself with suicidal Intent on his boat tbe Relchlman near Paducab and will d- ID a street duel at Welch W Va Dr Daniel shot Dan H Barman Jr to death An old grudge was the trauI bleTo meet a strike of doubleloc weavers employers have locked out 5 000 woolen mill workers at Proyldeoc VI The war In South Africa Is castlog upland 22500000 a month Jan 1 37800 British troops were In tbe lord The Cleveland Flyer on the Pitt Burg Lake Erie road was wrecked at Groveton Pa 30 persons being 10 iured John Wade and B H Dalton wero han ed at Portland Ore for murder robbed of 25ng a man whom they antsOn the petition of Dowlea broths nlaw the Zion lace Industry Dell Chicago was put in the hands of are elverFrank Meltons house at Lafayette Ind was wrecked by a natural gas ex loslon and hts daughter serious urnedA of 100 men were killed by tbe foe explosion at Houdo Mex Tbe iajorltyb the victims were Mexican aod Chinese James Reid a British veteran with a medal for heroism at Sebastopol con iltted suicide by asphyxiation In a- New York flat The enforcement of anVHWodloj rODm etatute In New York theatres bu a used a howl of Indignation from tbe theatre managers- Despite the Inclement Weather 10 000 people gathered Bt tho capitol ID aahvllle to welcome Admiral and Mrs chlov 10 that city As the rope was put around his neck at Portland Ore Joseph Wade jocu hrly remarked You may think lam appy but I am not Charles Detrow sent up from Mon ornery county for horse stealing lul aided In the penitentiary at Frankfort bl cutting his throat Paducahs troubles were Increase by a windstorm Sunday which brough own more of the sleetladen poles aod treee A flood is also feared Robert Johnson a freight conducts on the L k N was fatally shot by a tramp at Pembroke He managed be- fara dying to kill his assailant The New England States are ID tbe rasp of the worst blizzard of the winter Most trains are delayed or abandoned on account of deep snows James and Heater Turner brother fauJrbt In Allen county to settle an old jrudJre James was shot to death am Beater is dying from a hatchet wound Coldwater 0 with but QUO resident has just recovered from a smallpox vU atloo in which 351 persons were attacked There was not a single death It Is reported that Indictment aialost more persons believed to hay beeo Implicated In the plot to kill Gae- bel will be returned at this session 01- CDurt at Frankfort Col Sanders Deweese Bruce died In- New York Friday aged 77 years He- was the founder of the Turf Field and Farm and was a recognized authority an thoroughbred horses At Frankfort Judge Cantrlll overruled the motion of Jim Toward for a- oew trial Sentence was passed and dgment suspended pending on appeal wbloh was granted Judge Cantrlll ordered Powers and Howard taken to the iorgetowD jail for sale keeping Edward and John fiddle the twc ndomned murderers who escaped fram the Pltlsburg jail Wednesday olszht aud Mrs Peter tioffel wire of- tbe warden who assisted them were overtaken bye company of eight detectives and deputy sheriffs near But- leI Pa and a desperate fight ensued Tbe DIddles were wounded and Mrs Saffelwaa struck by a bullet It Is claimed that the woman shot herself wben her arrest was assured She is In a critical condition The coroners jury decided after an autapsy bad been held that Edward BIddies death resulted from selfln loted wounds The fatal Injuries of- Jack Blddle wero caused by the of ihe authorities In discharge of their- duty f 1o MIDDLEBURG The wheat outlook Is anything but encouragingDr Wesley lost a valuable buJt gv mare a few day ago from colic Rev P A Gilliam preached at tbo Christian church Sunday morning and nightSeveral now students have entered Mlddleburg Normal College since our last writing and more are expected to enter soon Willis Frederick of this place went 10 the Joseph Price Infirmdry at StaD ford a few weeks ago for treatment for his eyes Ho was taken down wltb pneumonia fever and at last accouots was very low with chances againsthla recovery If the ground hog made his presence Sunday he made tracks In naw Instead of his reflections an old Sol refused to cast his rays on the prove blat Second say LaterLater In the day the sun camp out and we IUP pose he saw his shadow The proposed gerrymander of tble State Senatorial district Is anyihlt but consoling to Casey democrats i 1 Casey will be taken out of the 13th dls trlct and put with Adair Retell Mao roe and Cumberland thus making a district that all couldnt carry for democracy The representative dletrlct Is unchanged We sllll have bDpes that Uncle George T Ferris will see that we are released from the Blood Eleventh r his reported that John White Ii poor hard working farmer living on Long Branch Dear Kldda Store tbla county has received word from EC fiend that be had fallen heir to some thing over a million dollars throug tbe death of his grandfather wballo irealth was between six and seven million The father of the fortunate be- Lied In this county a few years ago aod If we mistake not there are only Ilx direct helre living We dont know haw much truth there Is In the above but have written on merely what wo have learned from semlrellabli ourcea and with further particulars An old fiddlers contest will be hole at Kceneya Hall on Saturday night Feb 15th Contestants to be 40 year of ago and over Successful coolest ants In previous contests no matter rberever held will bo Ineligible FifI teeD dollara divided Into four prizes 01- tG 413 and 82 respectively will be- Itlveo to successful contestants Competent judges will be selected which jsures fair and Impartial decisions InlcrlAlnmeol will be opened by ihe twa musical prodigies the Richard roihers aged 11 and 13 years The rices ot admission will be 25 cents tot Julia and 15 cents for children 12I ears and under The past week has been the most dls greeablo experienced In this neck for- years We have never In our recp sciion seen as much rain fall la tit lame length of lime that Is in America Snow Ice and mud almost knee deep added to the unpleasantness Green river wee on a tear the grcalci part of last week and as a result we only bad two malls during the week We- were unable lo report to the I J on ccount of our inability to reach you elephonas were all out of torte It bai been many days since two issues of the paper appeared without a communlca tloo from this place but the element were arrayed against us last week George W Drye Is In frbm Ctncln natI where be has been employed ton vocal months J C Colllnsworth li baok from a combined business and pleasure trip to St Louis Indlanapolli and other elites of the Middle West Jabn Henderson who has been working Intbe coal mines near Sparta TenD baa returned home Both Misses Powell and Carpenter of Bustonvllle who bave recently married were formerly jnnccted with the Mlddleburg Normal ollego as teachers of music Their glen of friends ot this little burg ex teod lo them their heartiest congratu lions and good wishes Miss Annie RbDrt has returned from a two weep vlalt at Moreland where she was the Ituest of Mrs Richard Sharp Mrs S C Stevens of Lexington Is 7lsltlng at- ber old home She was formerly Mite Louleo Humphrey Her husband Is islnees manager of the Southern Sob Dol Journal of Lexington The Philippine Insurrection will be tbree years old tomorrow Wednesday the flames of rebellion against American sovereignty having burst out about tbe outposts of Manila on the night of February 5 1809 The American troopa wblcb were defending the city reached Iram Cavlte on to the South to Mala bon on the North a distance of 18- mllel Their position was pretty much 10 the form ot a C Within five mlo- utes after the first shot on the San Juan Idge It was one general fullsado from Cavlte to Malabon That was the ming of which continues today roughout the Philippines Not a dy- bas passed without some bloodshed Tbe Insurrection died abornla ao cDrdlDr to Gen Otis who would Issue reports to the effect that tbe war waa- aver The insurrection is now enter lo H Us fourth year and Is one of the liveliest youngsters agolng equaled ooly by Its twin sister In South Africa We remember having written this paper from El Deposllo on the first annl versary and from Bacolor on the second nlversary of the beginning dl tbe- Itruggle each time making predlc Surprise Special Sale NO tAt TilE RACKET STORE Watch this spnco every Tuesday and Friday for bargains I t MODS 25ou panders O- cMens 75o ihlrU with or without collars 2ic Mens IS shoes at Dec Hoyi suits Kite 6 to 15 well worth 1230 go at title SOO pair ladle hoewere 160 now 400 Meni wonted pauUwnro 815 bargern prIce 500 So quality gingham re ditced to 4o per yard Ttcoutingcloth at 3Hc Pearl button 5c dozen llrowo cotton To value reduced to 4Hc Bleached cotton worth lIondw 4c The 7e qual- Ity no starch Sc liar plow shoo iliei n to 6 worth 1125 at lOC SSo rubbers go at tOe 12 dot china buttons Be- I5o ttorm rubbers at IDo Ladle kid gloves former price fI 21 reduced for hits tale to Too Towel 4c worth hoc done tbe first being that the war wai on Its last leg and that it was a matter ot a few short days until hosill llles ceased Needless to say that by a year later wo had learned enough ta not again engage In such rot In fact we now fear that they will never submit without complete annihilation This Is now alto the version of mao prominent army oOlcers high In au tborlty lo tboee Islands But ODOUR about the Philippines more anon CC THIS AND THAT The Corbtn Banking Co Oscar Dish op cashier opened Ita doors at Corbli SaturdayMrs B Dodd wife of the pastor of the Congregational church at Wit llamsbure Is dead Caleb Powers and Jim Howard were transferred yesterday from Frankfort to the Georgetown jail The property of the Knox Gun Coal Company which wont Into the hands of a receiver some time ago bas been sold and P D Sampson of Barbourvlllc WBJ the purchaser The Tennessee democratic State ex ecutive committee has selected May 29 and 30 respectively as the dates for the gubernatorial and judicial conven done Both conventions will be held In Nashville The State Capitol bill has been made a special older for Wednesday of next week In the House and a lively contests expected The House appears to bo pretty evenly divided Iho Senate Is irongly In favor of a new capitol Capt Frank Green president of the American Chamber of Commerce In Manila In commenting on Civil Gov irnor Tafts testimony before the Phil pplno Committee declares that Con Ireas should arrange to open the coun ry to mining and homestead laws and nlareo the forestry reserves By this ncans bo thinks the archipelago would attract American capital and lomeseekers and present conditions would be Improved MATRIMONIAL A riot followed an Austrian wedding at Yonkers NY and five persons rare seriously Injured Tbe practice ot giving many and ostly wedding presents Is arousing rigorous criticism In London Mrs Madeline Black aged 16 years a bride of a few months drowned her lolf In Beaver Creek near French burr Courier Journal week year Two onlys1 a INTERIOR JOURNAL and the SemiWeekly Gollrlcr Journal I both for one year for only SI 50This l for club subscriber only Y Mardi Gras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY nth J902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE with literal return limits Two Magnificent Veatlbulcd Limited 24hourSclieduIeTralna from Cincinnati Dally Diners Observation Cars Through Pullmans Printed Matter for the caking Chan W Zell Diy ran Act Clntl O Cleveland 0 11 JVauDermsrkkIff1A DetroltMich WJUUHFHf W C HINCAHGO- NQINtlUL MMam aCNaSVNAOINTC- INCINNa7I Table coven formerly sold for 1183 go In this sate at 40c LacecnrtalnitheltVlnd now 40c pooltorft quilt croquet and hemmed go at 4vc Mens overcoat that sell for III everywhere to In tliln surprise sale at the un heard of price of IIIH A tare bargain UhllUrcni how fated button fresh and clean stuck well worth 60 ft Tic CO at JOo This offer Riod for Saturday and Monday only ens 810 all wool worth f10 go aU3 I 8fTHE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town MURRAY McADAMS ANYILLELlEADING JEWELERS DANVJLLT3 The largest and most complete stock of Jewelry oj Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky Wo arc also Graduate Opticians and can fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three cxperi cured jewelers employed in our repair shopisfaction gnanmteed Vc sell Gorham Silver N Ifyou want a Watch I hClock or Chain Dont fail to see mo before pnrqhasing elsewherey I have some special bargains to oiler ins in these lines and also in cut 5 1glass and novelties W H MUELLER iIA CLEARANCE SALE I j COSTisThis will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods t Boots and Shoes and other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heros an example I 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale is for cash No goods charged at these prices so dont ask it Sale begins on 1 Thursday January IGth 1H2 e eaTs WeeeT Sor um HUSTONVILLE Leave your Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Work manship CRAIG HOCKER 0Ur Line ofdGroceries Harwarn Chinaware Queenswarc Tinware Glassware Etc jI Is now Complete The best selected lino that could be hail r is now on Display i I GEORGE H FARRIS A CO I f W B If McROBERTSDRUGGIST Keeps On hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurate ly Compounded at Very Rea sonable Prices OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FEB 4 1002 I t In flUIng your prescriptions we use the right medicines In the exact propor tloneandwltbproper caro Wo could not batter If yon paid ui doublo tbo price which Is always reasonable POD f vnyeDrug Store PERSONALSii MR M F ELKIN le111 again DR A S IniCB Ii Improving b1Ith MARY O GIVENS U quite sick SAI McCLURK of Mt Vernon U hop 4MissFLORENCE DASTIN It visiting A G KAHTLANO hat been In Lox e ington bn business Miss MARY PBYTOH of Louisville lut Col T P fills MRS J M WUIT and Mln Mamie White are In Loutivlllo DIt W n PENNY of Danville spent Sun with tbo bomofollci here 4MRS WILL SCVBRANCK will vlilt her relatives In Shelby ibis week MR L D OtVBNR of Harrodsburg spent Sunday with hit mother hero MR A 0 MARTIN Is la Bourbon county looking after tome landed Inter eau T WAVERLY HAMILTON It up from Hcndenon to spend a week with hit wifeMISS tONA BAcaiiUArT of Button rllle It with Miss Kathtrlno Oaugh mane DR M PKNNHJQTON Mt Vernon was here with Dr Gene Drown Sat urday Edits F D BALLOU hat returned from a visit to her mother at Grab Or chard MR THOMAS n SHANKS and Mill Anne Shanks returned from Lexington Sunday W N OItAJO spent yesterday In buying drugs for Craig t 1DII J 8 OWBLBY JR and ton MoKlwala are with her parent In Franklin MR AND Mlts W O WITIIBHB have moved low the Earp oottag on Lae t 1MainStreet D FLORENCE of Georgetown College spent several days with hit parent beret t Mi OM CALUWBLL of the Louis ville Time was hero today en route to Lantaiter Miss MAY MARTIN of the Saufloy- leoiion hat matriculated nt George town College MRS CLKO W DROWN loft Sunday for Cincinnati ar Indianapolis to buy t millinery rood Miss OKIL CROOKB of Louisville will spend this week with MUs Kath I orlno Daughman UEV J W HAOIN war called to Lex ington to preach the fnneral of Mitt Margaret Wooloy Miss JENNIE PENOK wilt Friday bvcnlog ID honor of Mitt Well a Clarkton of Cnarletton Mo Miss MATTIE SACHAY who bat been been olcrktng for John P Jones hAl resigned her petition to study photog raphy MRS M O WINFREY wont to Glat ROW today In answer to a telegram stating that her father Mr R 0 Long was vorylll- Mns STEINEOER and Mill Emma h nirsbfleld of LoulsvUe aro at tbo bedside of Mr Erlok Dremer who It critically 11- 1Ms MATT WOODSON of Middles bpro writes to have bit I J tent to Hot Springs Ark where ho and Mrs Woodton will remain until March 1 MRS J E CLAUNCU entertained quite pleasantly at her home on Crab Orchard street Friday evening In boor a of her guest Mitt Florence Dock of Stanford Somertet Journal HON R 0 WARREN had a mon sat tfactory trip to Richmond where homo scores of democrats who are for him first last and all the time for Con I grcti Ho la In Harrodtburg today GEN DAN COLLIER of Lancaster took the train hero for Louisville Sunday He was In fine tplrllB and showed that ho It not lolling hit failure to bo appointed surveyor of tho LouUvlllo port bother him LOCALS IREAD tho now stores advortie- moat r NEWEST fanolct In stationery just t received Craig d Hooker f FOR harness plow gear traco chains etc gotoJohaBrlgbtJrJCos j FRESH barrel penkettle New Or- I loans molasses at John Bright Jr fc It ITnEdining room of E L Rlnebcartt restaurant Is being beautified by papal paintJ tell hay and feed cheap low day to reduce stock J H Baug man k Co a 1 1 r AUCTION at Severance Sons oppo slto court house Friday afternoon Sate urday afternoon nod night Tr CAN uio a tow uhetfoe millet seed If received by Feb let Will ship al J H Baughmancar off by then J Co r OLD newspaper for tale This ofllcc I FRESH oysters always on hand Daldi RlnohartLETTER heads printed and padded at 91 50 per thousand up envelopes 11 25 per thousand np This olllco STOREROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL en trance for rent Apply at this ofllco WILL toll you millet clover and tim othy bay corn coro chop shlptluff oats and straw Cheap for cash J H Datighman d Co MIDDLEIIURQ Is going to try a band at an old fiddlers contest on Saturday night Fob 15 Four prizes amounting In all to 115 will bo given PRINUB HENRY will be In Danville March 1 lebo will go through on one of the Q d OH flyers Seems to us be ought to spend a day or to In Little Drltalo Dauilbertylblaeklmltb their buggy and Implement business I and aro prepared to do all kinds of horseshoeing and repairing Eoos Egg aronote scarce In and around Stanford as tboare at many other places One merchant bought 100 dozen Saturday at 17ic Reports I lay they are telling at 400 In hexing aTREtroun ddid I not see his shad ow if at noon on Fob 2 It ground hoe time According to the old story win tor It practically over but yesterday and today do not bear out the I b who It not tho best of weather prognostic tGrtIhat been condemned by Supt Garland Singleton and Prof W D Tardltt school is closed until the trustees have the building repaired or secure other quarter for him to teach In JHSSB RAYS WAS NOT FIN DOawhet wo thought reliable information wo printed last leiue that Joe Rays colored had been lined for false swenr log We find that It I a mistake and wa cheerfully set JOIO aright He It a clever hard working darkey an i we are glad ha is not guilty at reported S CARS clever cxiherltr Mr Tho s J Hell was hero Saturday and left at this oflleo a lengthy delinquent list to bo printed Our Casey county friends who havent pall their taxes bad better see Mr nell at once or their property will be told to satisfy their indebted ness to him on the alb Monday In this month lociec J O Florence found It necessary to put In 20 more of them making 103 In all These root for 3o each per quarter There are alto 150 private boxes tonr seen that considerable revenue comes from boxes alone ar 1eveltslnThe CliO of J J Moore against tho Stanford Danville Turnpike Company was reverted by tho court of appeal Mr Moore daugh tel was totally hurt at tbo gate near Danville by jumping when ibo pole struck the top of her vehicle A change of venue was granted to Casey county and a judgment of 815000 was given the plaintiff THAT old resldenter and genial ex doctor J Tom Dobon of Lincoln after several days enjoyment of friends and telling some really now anecdotes re luctantly returned to his homo the oth or day to + tend tho slock cat his grub enjoy hit pipe sad reflect over the folly of a practitioners life Dons facile pen hat delighted many readers of city and country prose In times agono and bo should drop ht pipe and pick up bit quill again for the delectation of blC- old admlrera Harrodtburg Democrat THE following are the entries In tho old fiddlers contest to bo held at Tur aersvlllo Tuesday night filth Jim CiPoytontonvltle Dr W L Lowder McKlono Moses Coffey McKlnnoy Virgo Lewl- Parksv111e Frank Lewis Parksvllle AleOz r ham Science Hill The books aro still open to contestants and rest of entries will be given In our next Issue Prices of admission 25 and 35o THE Advocate was right John H Meier wanted to got In business In DanI vllle and ho rot Into It by buying out C M Rico proprietor of the Danville European Hotel opposite Fox b La ganssiablo It Is sold ho paid Mr Rico 1 100 for his good will otc Mr I Molar Is a fine young man has a keen I eyo to business and if ho does as woll roanhy ho will soon have money to burn His brother Emllo Meier and sister Misses Freda and Pauline Molar left yesterday to assist Johnnyaa ho Is familiarly known In his business Mr Motor Is as square and honest as days aro long and people of DanvUlo and vi clnlty will have no reason to regret It If they give him their hearty support Go to Miss Saorays for tbo latest styles In photos JAILER HERRIN ply prison ortho smallest number In months FOR RENT Either of my two rest dcnces on West Main Street W P Walton Go to Beazlcy 0 fornice now bedroom sots and furniture of all kind Prices to suit purchaser I PERKINS Mr Nixon Perkins ono of Oarrard ben citizens Is dead at Sao Antonio Texas share bo went for bis health FRESH Saturday placo your or oystersfenny Doe blurbs bread at Geo H FarrlsA Gos I FOR SALEIt y want buy the best toro houso and tho boIL stock of goods In the best little town In Kentucky address James Frye Boston vllle Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL and the TwIceaWcek Courier Journal for Bryanlithree for 12 23 velYIIkolvS Dsughmans farm The machinery I s hero and drilling will begin by the last of the week HiaoiNSMcKlNNEY are to handle buggies surreys pba tons b w dayillselection Dont tall to sea them bats placing your order- DELINQUENT I LISTlExSheriff S M Owens takes up considerable space this Issue with his delinquent list If your name appears In It see him at once pay him your taxes and you will be advertised no more DISTILLHRY BORNEO Tho big w S Hume k Co distillery at SUeT Crook which belonged to the whisky trust burned last night and a numbs of Stanford people saw the light from It Tbt lots Is very heavy A LANCASTER special eaya Reports come from McCreary of the fatal shoot log of a 16yearold hoy Luther Seba tlan son of William Sebastian by his little brother Homer aged toyon tea 0 was carelessly handling a pistol I HBNRY LERNEK of Danville who Will to open a secondhand clothing store In ono of M U Elmoroe rooms has given up the Idea on account of the continued Illness of Morrie Fred wbo was going to manage the business for him GATT JOIN C CRANe who Mr nU Crow know quite well and says was one ofnaturosnobictncn II died In St Louis last week Ho was a wellknown tteamboaiman and bad many friends and relatives la Central Fcstuck y Capt Crane was a close friend of Gen Grant TILE following Invitation hoe been received by this olllcc for which tho editor acknowledges thanks Your presence Is requested at a banquet eel obratlng the three thousandth meeting of Montgomery Lodge No 18 I O O F Friday evening February 7 1002 lIarrodlbur ICy II IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Monday Curd aged 54 died at his homo near Curd vlllo last week John Brlsco and Tom Calvin escaped from the Jail at Springfield by sawing through the ceiling and roof A W nail has been appointed post master at Line Creek Pulaskf county and T J Trammel at Plea Knot Wbltloy county Mrs J R Dill of this city wbo was orthoere In Colorado Somerset Journal Tbo Joint legislative commltteo on charitable Institutions Inspected the Deaf and Dumb Institution at Danvili Friday and were royally entertained tho citizens of that little city colath Reloners are the words W S aid Jailer of Doyle CountyAdv cato Samuel Ruploy of Perryvllle will leave the latter part of February for extended trip to Now Mexico for 18 his health Miss Mary M Bell Englo man was appointed by Judge Saufeq examiner to tho court Advocate Instead of appealing Capt Grubbs of Junction City should stand pat on that 1300 judgment against him for fall lag to fulfill a marriage engagement All who know his Intrinsic worth as dose The Times are prepared to testify that this Is an offer of himself to him self at less than bargaln counter fig uresLou Times Since Ita existence the East Tonnes see Telephone Co hoe done business with no legal franchise In Corbln Re contly tho town granted a franchise + thinking tho East Tennessee would pur chase It Upon their failure to do so was bought by a A W Francis w says the telephone company will nort bavo to pay him for ovary day they op orate la tows until they buy LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOR SALE50 good ewes L L DC ty Stanford W L Dowell of PulaskI sold a five gcsr old jack for 1400 B G Cover of the West Endbought a bunch of tat hogs at Gc W A Tribble sold to James Smith a twoyear old colt for 8100 FOR SALE 500 shocks firstclass fodder E O Singleton Crab Orch ard Ky 2t Roy Wllkcs 200 pacing has won 175000 at racing Ho Is In the stud at Georgetown I have 60 good stock calllo on the road from Columbia for sale D C Al lea McKlnnoy Wo aro prepared to furnish choice cultivated hemp seed 1808 Importation Cogar Davis DanvUlo Ot Bell k Glboney the Liberty livery roan taught 200 barrels of corn deliv Bred at tholr stable at 1250 D C Allen returned from Cincinnati to day whore ho sold 23 calllo at 2j to 615 and 70 bogs at 51 to file FOR SALE8 horses 3 to 7 yaars old 15 1 to lOt hands high Hugh Tbomp son Chllton Casey county Ky Charles Lutes of the firm of Lutes do Co Is down In Casey and Russell tak Ing up 50 yearlings ho bought some tlmo ago at 4c FARMERS We aro prepared to exchange flour Nod meal for corn and wheat and do the very best custom grinding Give us a call A M Pence Milleg It can dldate Nasturtium which recently do beenehaveroas to out of danger Dont forgot to attend Ferris d Des nye big combination horse sale at Ma pie Park Kindergarten Danville Kyt Feb 07 and 8 Good accommodations will be furnished the public Tbo weather will not In any way interfere with the sale 2t- HARRODSHFRO COURT The raw day kept away the crowd to a consider able extent There were about 150cat tlo on tbo market the best selling at 4ic Some butcher siuff sold cu tolgh as 31c Heifers were slow Doth the horse and mulo market was dull WC Tcrbune of Moroer bought eight long yearling mules from J S Robinson att76D oleo 13 from Leo Wade of Doyle at 875 I M Quleeo berry sold for JOhn Robinson his farm containing 120 acres on tbo Shaker town pike and all personalty to W W Wallace for 12260 Advocate The men who annually announces the death of the peachcrop In Kentucky has taken his pea In hand a little early this year but in this day of wireless telegraphy and horseless carriages it behooves oven the pessimist to get a move on himself Of course tbo peach crop Is killed and killed dead as a her slog Did anybody ever bear of a time when the peach crop was not dead In JanuaryGlasgow Times Brook Curry has through the local trotting association Issued a challenge to tbo stallion owners of the country for a stallion representative sweepstake raco tar threeyearolds 1500 per ea try three heats in five to meat a get of Silent Drook by Dark Night dur ing tho October meeting at Lexington Tod Prelates Oxford Boy Eldred Rattle Smith Chesko and many other fast noire will be eligible and It la ex prated that the purse will be worth be tweea 10000 and 97000 Agents Wanted tbeen duly autborlud and appointed by the Columbia Publishing house of Chicago III as their General Agent I want several men and women to act aa agents at a fixed salary of 810 month Address Lock fox 6 Junction City Sheriffs Notice tohhave their personal property levied on with yourselftdaonceTJ HELL 1061rr1R of Casey County Ky byCattle For Sale I 3yearInrods and red roanS STOKES DUOS KyaLivery Outfit For Sale asI wish to sell my livery business at Ho Kinney and will make the price rlcht to the buyer AlA having a good trade bat dont psrttcln Old Fiddlers Contest at Turner vlllo Tuesday night Feb 11 1902 Entertainment will be opened Rich arils Urns aged 11 and 13 years You cant afford to miss this part for they are natural born musicians Contest to all good flddlers flr t prize SID second tJ Tar ntllllvllle has reputation of entertaining well all who Como to her doors and we will see that nothing Is pared that will bn for preshoand some from a dljtnnco will bo In the con test and It are looking for a good time vou cant afford to miss It Good order guaranteed GARTER ARGIL Mgrs WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 Aa an inducement we otter a complete stock in department at prices that wll sell the goods We tats this method of thanking our customers for their E NtwYearmesa relations pleasant and mutually profitable i Fancy and Staple Groceries Glassware Qucensware Shclf and Heavy Hardware Nails Wire of all kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc V Also Cook Stoves with Indestrnctable firo back Salt Limo Cement Clover Tlmo i oihy quickdelivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO ISIf 8 I A A W A1 AA as- pdCg41q JAAdd1oIa bapiD pats s N A g7f0r10 ta tiPaShirt4 I 5 1 ii I 0 Our entire line of STIFF BOSOM stdE0 COLORED SHIRTS must be sold i f 4 in the next six weeks Wo need SiP I tho room and the money and the j prices we make will sell them 4a e SOc Shirts at 38c J Five dozen SI Shirts at SOci Several dozen SI Shirts the very new 1 P I 1 I 1 est and swellest things go at 7Sc H jp Remember this is a cash sale i i H J McROBERTS ict to II ktrti I L fJ P hr w me Ii l4i Ir e titIf uArJQt ih V y i CI tISI cws f flu JxxiYtst L b t73 t rwm YftatIsItT- hcso 1 9 are the questions hundreds of people havelj askedabout I THE FAIR DRY GOODS IC9MPAN i We have bought the stock of Severance Sons and moved It to the Portman storeroom next door to old Louisville Store stand oppo I site Myers House and hope to have the same liberal patronage wo have before enjoyed from our Lincoln county friends Wo promise W to maintain the same business principles as the old firm vie selling firstclass merchandise at the very lowest prices consistent with qual ity Ue occupy tbe first and second floors and will be more con veniently fixed to serve you On the first floor we will carry a first floorIPropI J Higgins McKinney Have about forty bushels choice home grown Red Clover J Seed Northern Seed Oats c CLOSING OUTI I have decided to quit the goods business and have adVCrtisc1my store for sale The read A ors of this paper know the kind and quality oft the goods I handle and hilt Iam waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods yonIhave an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES never HUSTONVILLE I I It THE JNTRijIOR JOURNAL cured n the port odlce at Stanford cu Hondclati matter 2a=ltohaTuelstyo wa4SriAapw AT r 1 PER YEAR CASH ar When not sopaldesaOO will bccbaitrd I KNQXVILLE DIVISION No II Train going North ik86am II IINoM NoM II SouthNo-2J II 12S2pm For all 1olnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 learcs Stanford at tMam No 5 arrlTes at Stanford 115am No 21lcaYfll Stanford at Z30 p m R A JONES DENTIST- Stanford Ky Offlceover Higeins McKlnneys Storl Telephone No 48 4 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Moinny FyMakeand keep constantly on hand the- bes of Hour Steal ShlpstutT Bran chicken Feed c Prices very reasonable One tom grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miner Small Farm For Sale Containing fit acres situated on the Stan pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with exec tlonof a tow acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good tens leg timber though no dwelling only a cOIn crib It Is a very desirable place Will sell at 935 per acre Call at this ofllco FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T D Bright iOo Will hold ou February 28 1902 a big JAO SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacks Mlcitedy H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE- s w t1BtE k SN Pron JUNCTION CITY KY iFliptClaa Turnont at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelSIRS u D SIMPSON Pro- rlUmcasler i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid- ta lo Every lung first class Porters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DbNVILLL1 Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement c o Write For pri- ceePOSTED The following persons have their lands peeled and they will punUh to the full ex teat or the law any person or persons found banting flshlng trapping or otherwise tres paadnppn thong O D Boone JHG A Ilcasants O P Newland H P Nowland W II Dlgglns OL Crow E P Wood J R Bruce Oeo D Hopper S H Uaughraan R 0 Hocker 38 Bocker A8 Broildus KnTt Whlto J W Baurhman- BJ W Adam T Harris W p Tate Joseph Ballou J U Adam J 0 Horton MlsMaryreppleWalter W E Amon J B Foster StephenAaron Dont tie the top of your J find preurvo Jan In- ibooldfashonedway Neal them by the now quick absolutely sure war by- n thin cnaaneofumi- lednedlarnalne Has no u to or odor Is air t1gh and ncld t roof Easllynppllcd I Useful In nUutoti other ways about the bouso Full directions with each cake Bold everywhere Made by STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your buggy carriage or wagon Indntclassstyle Experienced men to do U and work guaran can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J n QRERR Stanford Ky Ae 8 PRICE IDentilt Stanfordf Ky OBcvovrr UcRoberta Drag Store In tbs Oirsle Uulldlnt I FOR SALE My residence property In McKlonoy con talnlng six rooms two porches veranda all necessary outbuildings nice shades good garden A desirable location and a bargain Call on or address- J II VANUOOK McKlnnoy Kv Small Farm For Sale Situated near Peytons Well contains about 80 acres and Is now occupied by Sam uel Bishop Has fair house of 4 rooms and the outbuildings are In good repair Spring and well both close to house Is in a good state of cultivation and fencing first clau Blx acres meadow 15 acres in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms J cash balance 1 and 3 COLUMBUS BISHOP Shelby City Ky J+ G+ MCCbMY UNDERTAKER EBIBALMER And Dealear In HAENESS SADDLEBY 0 StanfordIy- 8EAZLEY HAYS TJUDEBTASERS AUlD DZAtaa alt Furnlture1tIntUnJSRugs And Wall Paper Furniture for all They will Exchange kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN CIEye Specialist of Louisville will be at St AsapU HotelStanford Tuesday March 18 One day only Eyes examined and glasses sclectlflcallyjadjosted Office hours 0 a m to 1 pm t Sheriffs Sale for Taxes IOn Monday March 11 1902 Between the hours of 9 a m and 4 p mat the court house door in Stanford Lln coin county Ky I will expose to tho highest bidder for cash In hand to JIB tho State and county Uses for the yel1l11 shown opposite the names the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay said taxes This list n 11 be published once a week for four v teks and the names will disappear as soon as tho tax and cost are paid Cost of advol Using 8150 Stanford White Brady James D N R SO acres 0 i0 Brummetl Rebecca S acres 2 25 Cooley Mrs B H 10001 4 acres 6 55 Daugherty W J 43 acres a 0 Duughcry J B N It 05 acres S- Ends i5 n T 10001U acres 8 00 Elmore 8 D 1 town tot 3 60 Fred Morris 1 town lot 10 U Hall Jefferson 1900J 13 acres 4 00 Holly W tt 1 town lot 3 15- Ulatt J J 1 town lot 8 locker Charles cold 15 acres 2 00 Iloltzclaw Alex 40 acres SI- Iloltzclnw 60 W 8 UK acres 6 U Iloltzclaw Mrs Lucy U acres 3 III homo John SO acres I S- Lay L W 31 acres 3 83 Mattln W U 36 acres 9 00 Martin W T 31 acres 3 ill Martin Jno 0 100 acres 7 30I Murphy FIUabcth 1 town lot 3 00 Parsoos Mrs It A 2 town tote 2 00I halos J W 12 acres 2 G5 Schoffer Widow 85 acres 3 5 Stone W T 105 acres 29 U Vaught W w X acre 2 15 Stanford Colored Buckncr Scott House lot 4 0 Carr Anderson 3 houses lots 12 13 Christopher Albert J aero 2 15 Cook Kate house lot 2 00 Cowan Goo 4 acres 3 81i Embry Dove 1 acre 3 i Oood wolford 1cre tGO Hayden Tim 1 acre 2 i5 lllckman Munroe 20 acres S Jsmes Henry house lot 3 38 Lackey wm house lot 4 42 Lackeywin sr hcnse lot 1 80 Logan Jim 1 acre 2 15 Logan Jim 12 acres 3 2i Sandldge John 1 acre 2 11 andtdgo John 4 acres 3 60S Simpson Ella 3 acres S 15 SIms Tbo 4T acres 2 U Steps Mrs F L house lot 2 01 Stewart Uarrlson 10 acre 2 7 0 Stewart James 2 acres 21 Wade Diddle house lot 3 6C Whitley Willis house lot 3 do Crab Orchard White Abt Joseph 38 acres 4 Ol Adams Wilson 48 sore bal 109 Adams Reuben 36 acres bal 1 t5 Adams James B 20 acres 2 O Adams Nannie P S3 acres C i0 Adam Green e3 CrtS 2 8- leschback John 41 acres 3 15 Drown Herbert 20 acres 2 08 Delaney Mrs Kato 60 acres 1 8C Denney Balllngcr 20 acres 2 06 coney Joe 30 acres 2 llllon Ansel II acres house lot fi 00 Million MteM C house lo 5 00- Dlsbon Lewis 33 acres 3 80 filler Conrad N It 39 acres 1 16 3dw rdT U N K 600 acres 17 15 arrisEb heirs house lot 3110- Foley Hornett 38 acres 8 65 oleyAn 64 acresr4 45 laggard heirs 40 sores 1 4- reathTolberf 12 acres OK liitt Mrs Ellen 05 acres 8 05 licks George 100 acres 4 40 ram W G 60 acres 2 U lames Eph 89 acics 2 45 Btswine Julius 45 acres 2 75 cfevers John 100 acres 13 40 IcKlnney John 15 acres 4 20 lenefee W W 33 acres 2 86 Ilddleton Mrs M E 165 acres 34 2- SOks Joseph 87 acres 4 SO oblnaon Richard N R 4 acres 3 45 R060rs Thomas 75 acres 2 75 togers John 30 acres 1 11- 5Itosd heirs 40 acres 4 05- idlowskl Fred 75 acres 3 30 Shaw F G 176 acres 11 45 Smith It A t4 acres 2 3- 1Smtih J L 18 acres 1 SO Stephenson IF T 165 acres 18 20 bompson Kichard 6 acres 1 15 rilcupJohn 100 acres 445 Crab Orchard Colored Anderson John 1 acre 2 15 arson Wesley t acre 1 00 118 Fred 6 acres 2 75- mce Peter 1 acre 2 Ib- Hustonvlle White Aldrich Mrs E L 110 acres 29 30 illey W M 2 acrea 1 00 lurton A J 4 acres 3 on irpenter George 40 acres 2 17- Estos EW 20 acres 1 15 Garrison J 10 acres 7 81- Gooch Aden 160 acres 2 48- 1Ialey David 10 acres 2 JD- Heath George 1 lot 1 95 lurton Walter 1 lot 6 00 Johnson Henry 28 acres 333- LIP8 D M 1 lot 81 25 irtin J G 70 acres 3 07- Maxey G B 13 acres 2 06- ltllUer August 75 acres 0 6t- Martin John col 50 acres 2 70 issell Steve 10 acres 2 00- Spls1er Mike 03 acres 4 4- 5StatuwO W 63 acres 0 00- Statum G W 22 acres 7 63 Vaught Dudley 11 acres 6 20- Vinson John 80 acres 2 75- Wallt Jacob 21 acres 6 60 Williams John 300 acres 3 41 Yocum J D 48 acrea 2 70 Yocum J H 20 acres 2 12 Drowu JK L 170 acres 8 48 jWhorter J W 70 acres 242- Jeffries J F 40 acres 2 76 Bustonv llleColored- Bailey Charles i acre 2 3 Blain John Hot 2 6U Burton Dave 4 acres 2 48 0 pps J W Hot 2 SO Cooper Dick Hot 2 12 Dale Lewis 3 acres 2 17 Dudie Findloy Hot 2 69 Dcathrldge lloxahl 2 acres 2 17 Dryo George F Hot 2 3S Drye William 1 lot 360 Farris George 5 acres S 3S Ferrcll Don 6 acres 2 43 Givens Anderson 20 acres 3 23 Johnson Henry CO acres 7 sa McCormack Sam 3 acres 2 i5 McCcrmack Alfred 4 acres 2 17 Meadows Jack 2 acres 2 00 Mil er Charles Hot 1 85 Newman Patton 2 acres 2 05 liigney henryt6 acres 2 17 Sleelo Oharles2acrcI 2 17- Wa711III Aught A J JM ctrl a 51 Bill Elen User 2- IlsUard t U A 20 ecru J 0 Burton s U 101 sorts S 11 lliugh It ISO acres n 1 lUugb John 132 setts s 10 Brent Oca N B e5 acre 1 1 llraler Andy 88 acre I 7 Ilurl oD JtIT M acm a O Muster Joseph SO aertrt1 40 Brjrsnl Jotrph SO sores a a3 CbsmUn Jim thclftbal 221 CllirO o SO serer I 3 Cllsier Wm Matre s 08 Cunmcr Orlffln qurebal 2 n Oompton K K CO scrts b1 4 l noon FM ltd acne hat 7 8J DtyW V M acrts e- Flnt f8 SDI 1 house sad lot 2 18- rlOJd tOo MacrrsW t U Foltr H L Corns- Ooosh 7 1 Wm IS ate I 116 Hooch D 3L 61 ser hat 1 Y OnochH H to ac its I IU Qoofh J IL llacrM 4 IliniooJ W Its aero 1111 llnUJC SO aern 2 u lUrrUJa Ha ns a UoMJIl 100 sfret II Ita JtdanalgW21 69 serif 2 cnklniI A Sdttnt n If JearleJohn leaner S- JohnsonOl 00 Wscrtt 0 M Often Kldtl 20 arcs 2 1- 0Xcb J U tfaemtal I 6 Lee Thoma aatrw I 81 Meek San 20 sera 2- 3lcMnllnW13 aliacns lUacmlOInUtn Urrea totiller L b acre X M Mere Albert uCsaw X AI IltchllJohn 4htfa IeKlnn r John 70 acres X 30 iKInntj W II It acne 1109 lcKlnn yJ St sysem 2 J Newell O C ats n 2- hello 23 It II M acres 2- Oake Peter imens 11 Jweni J I Maim 11 hllllp Joel Ili acres S I 1ricc Bill I hors and tell Or Mrey la 00 aim 1 U terry F N lW Ifntl 1110 Pntt IL W liO sera 8 211 tecdJJ ae s rts S- tiixtll II Itoo II stew 11 Russell 0 W 3H atrt 21 18 elms Llpton 1H sera 41 lofltton W I 4stre al Singleton Wm II sera 4 I uddath II C Msert 21 Tory J T 4atrts 11 uiubeiletton TbMias lOOkfre I 43 Hen 1017100am G 00 Chynun A L lit sires 11 Any tixpayer holding receipt far 1901 and whoso name is found herein will please call at my office on or before tho dayof this sale bringing receipt nil matters will be satisfactorily adjusted S M OWENS Shorter CIIURCH MATTERS The Christian cburob at William burg has called Eld Conkllajj of Flor- Ida Rev W A forum pastor of thI iaptiat church Somerset will bed a series of meetings In MIddlesbor Feb 10th Dr E S await pastor of tho Kirs brlstlan church of Louisville will conduct a series of meetings at tbt hrlstlan oburch in Danville belo stag about the mlddlo of Aurll A Flemish artist has produced what s said to be the smallest painting in- the world It Is a picture of a mllle Quoting the stairs of bis mill and car ylog a sack of cralu on his bark Tbo mill is depicted all standing near a terrace Close at hand Is a horse and cart with a few groups of peasants Idling in- tbe road near by All this Is patntci on the smooth side of a grain of ordinary white corn It Is necessary to ex amino It under a microscope and it I awnd with perfect accuracy Twentyfour good moo and true democrats republicans populists and oblbltlonists after weighing the ov leoce In the scales of justice have isnimously declared upon their coo sciences and their oaths James Howard guilty of the murder of Wllllau Ooobel But Jim jess lafsLoulsv- llle Times r In order to avoid paying a fine of ono- cent and costs against his son Allli vage whipped the boy In open court- wlon Judge Corn suspended the tlno- and Allln went off rejoicing Harrods burg Democrat If you plays at Monte Carlo world will stop an gaze But If vous caught sbootln craps Dey gives you 30 days 1100 ItEW AltO flOO reader ol this r will tpleased to lear- nuttherlutlestonedreadeddlaed that sel Dee hu been able to cure In all III stageaand- iat Is Catarrh halls Catarrh Cure la the Clol1- JIOIIIIYI cure known to the medical Intercity lallrrb being a comtltullonal disease a institutional treatment Hills Catarrh Cure h- ken Internally aetlog directly upon the blood- ad mucous aurface of the tberb de foundation of thdbeseandglvingItroylofthe by building up the conetitu- on and assisting nature In dong Ita work Tree prlctors have ao much filth In II curitlre poen tbat they oOr One Hundred Dollars fur ty eI that It WIll to cur Send lor list of teat- imoDlall Addrcn F J OIIENEY A CO Toledo 0 Sold b druggists 75c UaU1alDlly IIUs arc the best 1 E t L R HUGHES sec Tress- I c wniroNFTcBt II w THEI CeotrJt Kentucky Real Estate Xhange And Title Company I Iasl 1 We offer for sale the fol lowing No llIoll and lot hi Stanford K Has five rooms hull torch lu bOOIlIant lasinnllfamily Price 850- i No 2A farm of 37 ncrc- tibout 21 miles from Stanford I roupo contains four good rooms kick porch land oue veranda A good barn AIK other outbuilding nil in goal repair Cut in six fields wen fenced 20 acres in cultivation one acre in fruit treed rest in grass This was bought at ti- Coniiniioucrfc sale nt a bargain nod can bo sold nt a bargain It is close I to school and church and only 2J miles from Staufunl Price 33 per acre Jjind adjoining sold for J40 lmrgniuIThis U QUO of the prettiest building loU in town there is room enough in front for two other cottages or n two story front could be built to tho cot toga and bo undo n beautiful homo This place will bo sold cheap as tho owner must Imo money 101111111HIOI1 garden fencing nUll house in good repair This dace is for sale or rent price reasonable- No 5 House and lot In Stanford House hts three rooms and front porch A good garden and fitable In re pair This pace will be sold cheap First National SlaB Ky CapItol Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tills Institution was originally established aa the Depoilt Hank of la 1848 then reorcanlxed as tho National Hank of Stanford In 1663 and again reorganized uthn First National Hank of Stanford In 1888 having had practically an uotnter rnpt 4 ezietemro It Is better supplied now with acuities for tragsaet Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable carver Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited and and + 4 We do not believe that any cougb cure can bo bettor than our Syrup of White Pino Com Tar It docs lust what must ho done to thor oughly cnre a cough It overcomes congestion and Inflam mation U heals the delicate tissues of the air passages It expoc toration looions cough and finally cures it to stay cured Relief is almost Im mediate It is to and to use When you want best cough cure ask Com Tar Price Twenty five Cents 4M + llllfHF II + + No GOue of the proulost cottages in Stanford Contains six looms largo veranda and back porch A good table and This place 1s arty sold for 12250 It can now be bought for considerably leu as tho owner who if cottagu1 ell watered aud fencing fairly good This place can be bought at your I price as owner lire In and l must havo No MA farm of ICO acres situated near KlnR rilIe Ky Sixty acres In cu h llTation 39 In grass well watered two and other all In good repair dwell- Ing which Is coniparathely new Is with in 300 yards of three churches school f postoflice C 8 depot property lies on pike and county road and the I roost desirable farm In that section of the county We will soil the whole farm tot 12400 or In parcels of not lave than 30 acres to suit purchaser Tins is certainly a cheap property Wo have a buyer for n 250 or 300 ncrc funs from to three miles from town Also n buyer for about 100 acres front out j to four miles from town with or without improvement w Wo will advortfco other later OUtro still folioit your farm and town property to sell for Officers J 8 IIOOKFlt Irest J J MOUOIIEUTS Cbr W IL WKAUEN V Reid Lincoln Oo B T MarrU Lincoln Oo J B Hooker Lincoln Co- W P Wai tos Lincoln Oo J II Collier Crab Orchard M n Harare Stanford 8 II tlanford T V Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble I IL lUucbman Stanford W I Tate Stanford I IX Carriages Buggies Phaetons Wagons Buck boards Full complete stock of tho above always on hand are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Scientific Cough Cure poundwith soothes and promotes the pleasant take economical the possible for White Pine pound with PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky 11111Jt hall bathroom splendid IforJcodmoneyotlmilerlret outbuildings The The situated one situated places yout Uk- prDirectors Ilaughman CARSON FENCED Jt11IUs Harness If You Want I Catalogues or Briefs Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes DodgersS Flnmcrs Contracts Leases I Prescription Books Prescription Blanks Checks 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