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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c Y n H 1r I l rI 1 1 1 SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALK rVOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 1902 3P M NO 97 f KINGSVILLE Thomas Ialno has returnodto Oblo Bone W S Durcb and George H Sauficy of your city were hero Satur day A movement la being inado toward incorporating our town Wo cant call it a city soy moro until It Is sod then we hdpa tbo eldo walks will receive come attention especially out toward Crolsfbton Avenue Railroad cdntrastore are bero and theddo track south of the depot li be log lengthened 10 at to facilitate the pawing of trains The workmen have adrentedel and U U supposed doing light housekeeping Mrs W L McCarty was la Danville Saturday and Sunday DM Crelgh goutte od to Somerset alter a weeks visit to I her mother Mrt 0 O Pcnnybackor Mn B G Allen of Somerot It the guest of her motber Mrs Ionoyback or Miss Margaret Routes baa ROOD to Cincinnati Fonttluo DUbon and Miss Era Mur pby tbo beautiful daughter of Mr Ed mood Murphy wore married Tuesday i evening by Ilev W H Thompson nor parents gave an elegant supper In honor of the occasion Tbo groom has wou tbo beauty of our town Spa It an exceedingly attractive brunette The tcarrlago It tbo consummation of along courtship her parents having forbidden tbo union until their daughter bad- E reached her ICtb birthday We regret that Rev Dr Allen ol Danville has resigned the pastorate of tto Christian church hero Ilo It greatly beloved and be at well at his excelv lent sermons will ba missed lid hat promised however to return and preach for ut occasionally when the weather is ploatant Dr Allen has held service here with the exception of two or three year since the Christian ohuruh was dedicated 12 year ago KU del Derry preaohct the third Sunday He U very much liked hero and teem + to have particular Influence over the young men Rev Hill of Someret who it prctldlng elder preached at the M E church Sunday last At for the Presbyterian church wo would suggest that It be un contccratcd and converted Into an opera house Wev hope the suggestion doesnt sound tao rlllglout It was prompted by the fact of Its doors remaining closed except perhaps once In a year whereat some five or six year ago services were held once a month by Dr Glsn of Somer sot and others and a Sabbath school wai bold If the people In the vicinity woul but view aright the rural freo delivery question we would soon have a routs Some are sordid enough to Intimate taatthe almighty dollar Is the real drawback Wo hope however that ouof 450 Inhabitants counting child reiQ there are families enough to pay tlOty Many pay 11 every year for box rcnt whllo this preliminary dollar Is the dily outlay for all time Ono littleiI Inslgbflcant dollar or thus It seems to Xf when wo consider the many advan hazes of rural tree delivery Tbo writ r could mention any number of ergu mnls in its favor but for taking up val u ble space If the dollar It really tho impehlmcnt we should think the more chants might contribute the amount only 121 Some ono argues that freo delivery would keep away trade but people dont always live on their let tore and arc going to buy Just the same and If they do not come to town so of ten will make larger purchases It has been euR theJohn L Sullivan as Simon Lagroo and Car rie Nation as Ophelia11 be started to gether In Uncle Tomt Cabin We would respectfully suggest that tbo cast be Increased by the addition of tho following wellknown artists whoso ac complishments would particularly tIt them for the roles Dr Mary Walker l as Llttlo Eva Dooker T Washing ton as Uncle Tom ex Queen Lll at Topsy Senator AtJ Uovcrldgo of Indiana as Maraks the lawyer Agulnaldo as Ellzacrosslngthe Ice l Judgo Walter Evans as the Ice Kttc ener and Wavier as the blood hounds and W J Doboo as the donkey Pa ducats Democrat Tbo Standard Oil Company hat shown itt antagonistic policy toward the len tucky oil producers by forcing low prices for Kentucky oil The Standard has cut the price of Kentucky oil firt 1over DANVILLE AND VICINITY IJ M VanMetor haa received by ex press from Western Canada a very lino thoroughbred Shorthorn bull Tbe price It Is sajd was In the neighbor hood of 8500 1t Miss Nannie Stodgulll has been secured as organist at the new Baptist church She It a splendid musician and the congregation Is to be coograt ulated upon Its choice Groat preparations are being made for the dedicatory services of the new Baptist church Sunday The handsome pipe organ which was recently Install cost a little the rive of 12000 The structure In every way leottho modern design Tbo suit brought by Mrs Lena Turner of Junction City In tbo Boyle clr cult court against the L L N for 8b 000 damages for the death of her but band has boon compromised tau com paov paying to plaintiff 81000 and all costa lnrdingt Rtwllngs were at tornoys for Mrs Turner A bold burglar catered Oscar Huff mans butcher shop Wednesday night The shop Is In the heart of the city where the streets are continuously guarded by vigilant olllcors But the desire for money killed this mans fear of tbo law From the Indications bo placed a stop ladder In front of the door and climbed through the transom which is half as largo as an ordinary door All tbo oath was taken from tbo money box and probably something olio was secured although not missed by tbo proprietor Din Jones of Mllcbellsburg If tho charges ore true took a glance l a next summer and sax a big crop o cabbage and beans without bacon fa seasoning and consequently cnterc Leo Doss meat house and appropriated 10 sides of fine country cured bacon with the expectation doubtless of llv log like a king at tbo proper season Things hero changed and tbo india floes are now that bo will spend those months of anticipated pleasure and riotous living behind prison walls His trial Is set lor sine oclock Saturday In Judge Prowl tt court LONDONS IMMENSITY Toe Immensity London can only be understood when wo como to deal with the many sides of the peoples lives Every year about 130000 babies aro born In London son o 6000 of whom are not wanted and are not welcomed More than 400 out of every 1000 nev er live to be two years old over 30000 1oolBoa being used ovary your to bury ro pdk houses and Infirmaries but In spite of the fast that about 82000 Londoners go to their lat account there are 60 000 more parsons alive In London each New Years day then there warn on tbo previous occasion Thorn aro more than 40000 weddings each 12 months 30000 of whieuure cel ebrated in churches of the establish mot Strange as It may seem seeing that wo hero bad compulsory cduca floe now for over 30 years there aro every year more than 2000 persons married in London who can neither read nor write It Is a very common mistake to sup pose that everybody who can comes to London and that its population Is In creased almost entirely by this process As a matter of tact sloes upon 40000 odoDlJlIIleavo the metropolis ever y year for tbo country or for places abroad London Expros + SOMETHING +NILE YO GOOD We know of no way In which we can be of more service to our readers than to toll them of something that will be of real good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we conilder one of the very beat remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarm ing complaint croup Wo rotor to Chamberlain Cough Itcmcdy we have used It with good results in our family so long that It bee become a household necessity By its prompt use wo havent any doubt preventhj or own experience and wo suggest that o urof vendors especially those who have small children always keep It In their homes as a safeguard against croup Camden 80 Messenger For sale by Craig A llocker druggists Probably 13 lltfes were lostby the ex plosion of a gee male and tbo con ao quont wrecking and burning of a butch o shop and residence In Chicago t IptALffS BAKING P WDER Makes fire foul moro delicious and wholesomeIrs u wasewsts as saw rose MT VERNON Prospects arc good for a big run In the lime kilns when Spring opens Coal operators are rushed with or der enders making a big run of all grades Tho Ilockcasllo Development Co proposes to begin operations at Pine Hill In the Spring Thorn Is a now girl at D S Pur doras James Book Sr had a slight stroke of paralysis Circuit court convenes hero next Monday The INTERIOR JOURNAL representative will bo hero Moo dayThe temperanco alliance people have made some progress here Their reeks at Brodbeud have been greatly Increas ed under the lectures of Rev J W Masters Tbo stump Is still living from which W B Wbltchcad cut a tree 25 years ago two miles Eau of this place It has never sad a sprout or leaf upon it since tree was felled Since tbo late sleet which knocked tbo wires out this place has had no tel ephone service with Stanford Daovlllo belaAdoooS C Franklin the ginseng nurseryman Is almost swamped with his big correspondence from all over the coon try Ho has received many letters from California some from China and Japan Dr J M Williams has returned from Washington J J Lawrence has a big boy at bis house Mrs James I White of Lancaster is visiting rola reportedf JeesldmardJudge S D Lewis performed tho rites Mr Howling was the democratic can didate for Legislature from this rile julbeenWhile Squire S L Durham th Wlldle magistrate was hero Wednes day on business ho was called ova phone by Constable Jones who bad prisoner charged with breach of peace who agreed to allow trial to proceed b telephone County Attorney Bethu um and Judge Durham opened court and wept to work Tbo defendant wa fined 1250 and costs ottlO Everybody Including tbo defendant seemed call fled with tbo verdict Vlck Owen article In your last Issue was eagerly ruad by many cal readers Mrs Langston Is visiting th placeJbtrleyi of tbo switchboard at the telephone ox change Attorney J W Brown has been sick Mrs M C Miller hai been quite III Dr Lovell was sick for two weeks Dr Pennlngton has been 111 Rev Galon Smith who has been a victim of the morphine habit for many years has gone to Owlngsvlllo to eater a sanitarium G W Baker lain from Louisville visiting his daughter Miss Reca Charles Hasack of Ohio is visiting bis sister Mrs Mcshack Gen try of this place Moses and William McNew and Mrs Treadway are In VII glnla at tbo bedside of their lumber f who is critically III G M Ballard was In Livingston and Richmond this week Milton J Hackney formerly of this county who has resided In Jeillco for past two years and engaged in the polollTburedoyala Mil was a good man ant leaves a host of friends The remains will be EastUor GOT HID OF IllS RHEUMATISM During the winter of 1893 I was BO b11bodrI bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm From the first application I be- gAn to get well and was cured and hay o Rocked steadily all the year li Wheeler Northwood N Y For sale by Craig to Hocker druggists A grave scandal has developed In t British war office it being charge- that there has boos a tremendous wasto the peoples money and that mili lions have gone Into the pockets of horse buyers for the South African troops Other vast sums have been squandered on meat and army supplies in Cape Colony When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stupid after eat ing all you need is a dose of Chamber 1 Iains Stomach A Liver Tablets Tlt will make you feel like a new man n n you an appetite like a boar For Igtve by Craig Hocker druggists Llge Dowle of Chicago baa returned to brotherinlaw Stevenson some 1100000 When the courts provide the Incentive Llgo it willing to prove his claim to the title of the restorer Lou Times Joseph Tralnor ailed years was burned to death at Bedford led I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Fort SALE 00 good owes L L Do ty Stanford W P Grimes sold 25 hogs to S Morgan at Co- W It Cook bought a lot of 110 pound shoats at Cc Record There will be calllo galore bore Moo day You bad better come to court Frank Thompson sold about 60 bar role of corn to B D Hollzclaw at 83 Ten butcher cattle 700 to 1000 pounds good for sale Embry Bros J S Mobley sold to Emmett McCor mack souse twoyearold steers for 8225 FOR SALE COO shocks firstclass fodder E O Singleton Crab Orch ard Kv 2t I have 60 good stock cattle on the road from Columbia for sale D O Al len McKlnney J C Bailey sold to Joe Jordon a brows gelding for 8160 and L L Doty to same a plug for ItOiJ R E H Beazley have entered eight good ones in Smtlovs horse sale at Lexington next week W S Drye k Co of Hustonvllle sold to Josh Bowles of Bardstown a 1150Ifurnish Importation choice Cogar Davis Danville Oh The Aberdeen Angus bull Prince Ito owned by M A Judy of Williams port Ind was sold to B P Plerco Son of Creston 111 for 19100 FOR SALE8 horses 3 to 7 years old 151 to 1GI heeds high Hugh Thom son Chilton Casey county Ky Codt hogs for April 1 delivery at 5c Browsca lot of 130 pound hogs at Sic and Is to take them back the last of March at 5lo Winchester Democrat Bleak Cap Judy an AberdeenAn gus heifer was sold at auction at cage to C H Gardner of Blankens vllle HI for 80300 a record price A fairly good crowd attended Farrls ek Dennys horse sale at Danville yes Rrifc PeeYx asra the very best custom Pencee proprietor Roller Mills M J FarrIs sold to Simon Wellof Lexington 62 choice yearling cattle at 4o Richard Alexander has bought Prova Atlanta bought harness gelding of M 3 Baughman t 8105 one of W P Tate for SlOOa roc away horse of W U Shank for 875 a fouryearold gelding of B W Gaines Jr for 875 and a plug horse of W T Smith for 810 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES An effort Is being made Sq put Cor bin In the filth instead of the sixth class tows John Lewis Powell a former repre tentative of Mercer county died at bis late home near Nevada this week Miller Bros grocery store at Rich mood burned The stock was valued at 81800 Loa partly covered by In surance J T McCIIntock assistant poUmas tel of Richmond has resigned to ac cept a position with a Wall street bro keragafirm As a result of tbo recent sleet as snow the bank on the government property at Lock No 0 caved In sod the loss la estimated at 815000 An unknown man called Mrs Andrew Hatfleld to the door of her home at Corbln In the absence of her hue band and shot and mortally wounded her Uncle Bill Perry aged 103 year and a veteran of the Mexican war died at his homo near Campion Sunday night Until three years ago be per formed manual labor and did not wear glasses Tom Brown the Negro assailant of Miss Emma Powell was lynched at yarddPowell ocdrred tbo evening before while the was returning from school While Miss Mary Coaslday of Madl son was on her way home in a buggy her vehicle was run into by two un known men in a buggy and tbo young lady was thrown out causing Injuries from which she died Tbo men made their escape Leo Smith colored a porter at the 111chmooddtrance to vault of that institu tion For some tlmo sums ranging from 25 to 60 cents bad been missed The other night the teller and book keeper secreted themselves la the building and as a result apprehended the thief Philip Jerst excity treasurer of Buffalo N Y Is under arrest charged with misappropriating 827000 oily funds rt IJ f = y = = oK rn K t k ii There are Sonje Men I IJ 1 till the end of the season to buy 1 1 JJclothing If you have been waiting the time j ourIWinteriffilIfwe can fit you you will find positive bar CASHtrisuch prices as these t Ej IT PAYS TO TRADE AT IlL miLLER HIHSDH DanvlIIBellA =lVid = B Overcoats t Winter Suits Pantsestill go at cost but i this will not lost long Buy now save money McClaryor 1 CBNTRflL OIL GAS WINING CD Of Lexington Kentucky 1 II N Loud Irest Au Sable Mich W II Clay Vice 1rce Lexington A P clouding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thee F Kelly Sec k Tress Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres in Wayne county Ky about one and ono half miles from the great Sunnybruok field about 6000 acres in Lincoln county Ky and GOO acres in Licking Valley in Ihth county coee up to Raglnnd We have storied to drill in all throe counties and expect to strike oil In every well We are still acquiring very valuable loads in addition to those already secured and lying in thedwill we confidently believe bu selling for par in thirty days fDontTake PillsII bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the Intestines execute their natural functions ural cathartics I continual anJincreasing doses to attain the results Directors J B Paxton J B Owiley S II Shanks O Goo W Carter Unnat compels the liver ITheytempornrlly lliverand Fever and every form of i MalarIal Bilious Remitting andnter r mlttine Fevers and by going to the seat of tho trouble works 1FIFTYr7 1 II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1 CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO 1 W Walker Successors to The Farmers Hank S Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years Wv SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping ouch business relations W1- 1LJ prove mutually benoQclal l Officers L H SHANKS President J B OWSLEPyCasblcr W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier A THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON W P WALTON Is a Candidate for JUIlroad Qommh toner for tba M Dlilrict sublect to the will of the democracy EXCONGRESSMAN JOHN J LENTZ of Columbus 0 was the principal speaker at tho memorial mooting beld at Central Garden In that city on tho anniversary of Gov Goebela deatb After reviewing the assassinations of Presidents Lincoln Garfield and J- Klnley Mr Lentz among other tblngs said In neither case was there back of the assassination an organization nor- al party but when Gov Goebel was ae taeetnatcd he was the victim of a body of conspirators unequaled In depravity in America The republican party of Indiana welcomes theeo criminals and fugitives from justice and barbors them within their midst A man who harbors a horse thief knowing him to be indicted In an adjoining State so creting him and refusing to deliver him up to the proper officials is a par tlceps crlmlnls after the fact In every civilized court of the world A poUtl cal party ai well as an Individual Is guilty of being particepscrkmlnla after the fact In harboring and secreting Taylor and Finley in the State of Indiana What great republican newspaper of the United States bas had tbe moral courage to condemn the conduct of the republican executive of the State of Indiana What republicans amoi the trustocracy of tho country what woman of the social 400 of the country has seen fit to condemn with even 10 much as a word the low conspiracy to shield Taylor and Finley from the pun- Ishment which fugitives from juitti should receive under the constitution of the United States and which tbo executive of the State of Indiana has registered an oath In Heaven to IUP port BISHOP FOWLER in his address to the Mississippi Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Colored Churc forbade the Negro ministers to use big words In their sermons hereafter Iay ing that they didnt know what theyI meant and their congregations didnt know what they were talking abou This Is tough on Raetus as most of his arguments are couched in words he does not understand but which are convincing to his hearers notwit standing THE election committee of the Hou decided that McKenzie Moss republ can is entitled to represent the Third Kentucky district in Congress In place of John S Rbea As Mr Rhea used as argument in hIs effort to hold his seat that be refused to support GovGoebi true blue democrats are not losing an sleep over the committees report KENTUCKY may have the best county school superintendents in tho country but certainly with a few exceptions they are not the handsomest Suo perlntendent of Public Instruction McChesney should have returned some of the pictures sent him for his book asking another sitting AT a dinner given by P A B Widener a Philadelphia millionaire be had as bla guests 37 men whose aggregate wealth exceeded 500000000 The guests arrived on special train and the dinner was tho most elaborate one In the history of the Quaker CIty IT Is now the Lexington Democrat the name having very sensibly been changed from Morning Democrat There are many other changes In the paper and we are glad to say they are all for the better TilE Barbourville Newt Lewis D Sampson editor made Its appearance last week and Is a most creditable paper in every way It Is a alxcolum quarto and Is aa full of news aa an egg Is of meat LY tAN J GAGE extreasurer bal declined the presidency of the Inter national Banking Co of New York at a ealary of 100000 per year Wonder how much M Gage wants for his sere vices TOE president named for marshal o Arizona Ben Daniels an erconvlct and the Senate went along and con firmed the nomination Senator Teller made a hot speech against the confirm ation THIS has been a bard year on fire ID euranco companies so far During the 38 days since Jan 1 more than 20000 000 has gone up In dames- POLITICAL The first bill to pass both louses ol the Legislature is the FIremen Pension bill- Yerkes has endorsed B T Conway for reappointment as postmaster at LebanonThe Liability Repeal bill was favorably reported in the House and advanced to Its second reading The Senate adopted a resolution ap pointing a committee to reapportlon railroad commissioners Metrics The Senate at Washington passed the bill increasing salaries of Federal judges from 110000 to 115000 per year of It Tho House at Frankfort defeated Representative Drewrya bill to create a State Bureau of Labor Gov Bradley will be one of the ora tore at tho meeting of the Ohio LengueI of republican clubs to be held Feb 12 atSpringfieldBoth of the Legislature wlUI adjourn Monday till Wednesday In orI der to spend Tuesday in Lexlngu visiting the State Institutions There la a growing feeling of Irritation among the mass of representatives of the House over the arbitrary methods of Speaker and the wa and means The committeeIthe bill which use any I kind of book In Kentucky schools that does not give the full credit to ScbleyI for the Santiago victory The committee on education reported It adverse The Cuban Planters Association bas sent an open letter to Congress asking a 50 per cent reduction In the tariff on Cuban sugar and emphasizing that by this means alone can disaster to tbe Island be averted- Representative Ncwlande of Nevada Introduced a joint resolution In tbe House inviting the Republic of Cuba to become a part of the United State first aa a Territory and then aa a Stat Under the territorial form of gover ment by the provisions of the resole tlon the bland would bare a delegate In Congress Hon R C Warren Lincoln county candidate for Congress was In the clty last week building fences Ho Is a popular man In this section and has a Fair chance of securing Madisons vote unless our handsome fellow townsman Hon W Rhodes Sbackelford announ is himself as his friends are urgio aim to do In that event no others need apply Richmond Climax The Joint Legislative Committee 00 edlstrlctlng completed the reapportionment of the Senatorial and Repre entatlvo districts Under the re at wrtlonment there will be 24 democrat- Ic seven republican and seven doubtful Senatorial districts The change In the Representative districts give the democrats a few more districts in the nountalns The Congressional district ihanges have not been fully decided upon There Is no cbango In this Senatorial district NEWS NOTES Jesse Sutton aged 15 suicided In Scott county Millionaire W C Whitney smoke bree cent clgare Mra C W Cobb has been admllte to the Richmond bar There are 30 cases of smallpox at itch wood Boone county If Prince Henry stops In Lexln ton- be will be given a horse show Sheriff John Powers was killed by bank robbers atClarkavllle Ark The whisky trust shows nearly 1600 000 gain in net earnings for six months Kubellk Is to play In 80 concerts In tbe United States receiving 8520 for ach Nearly 3000 men are at work on tbe site of the Worlds Fair grounds at St LouisTbe famous Keeley cure at Dwight III was totally destroyed by fire Lost 100000 Mme Ratazzl Do Rute ono of th most celebrated women in Europe dIed In France The Ohio supreme court decided bat- a suicide clause Ina life Insurance poll- y was no good James Carroll formerly of Hardii county killed his wife and committee Iclde in Oklahoma Ten military prisoners tunneled out of the stockade at the Presidio at Sat Francisco and escaped In Nelson county C Lay a young man accidentally shot and killed a- young friend named Davis Four masked men gagged a watch man In an office atElizabetbport N J- and carried off 82500 In money All the largo concerns that manufac- tUre steel car springs have consolidated with a capital of 820000000 Two men were killed and four seriously wounded aa a result of an exploa Ion of powder at Telluride Col Judge Francis H McMullen 71 of Virginia and Mlts Cora West Quinn 32 of Henderson were married Fire In the wholesale drug establish ment of J J Wood fc Son at Mays v11le caused aloes of over 822600 There la a slight improvement In the condItion of Jo Blackburn Jr who- bas been critically ill at Frankfort The L k N ie to build a new 83500C depot at Bowling Green and make other extensive Improvements there The Mardi Gras carnival In New Or leanl opened last night with the pa sreant of the Knights of Momus and a ballSeven firemen wore killed at St- Louis by falling wall and seven were Injured Chief Swlngley being slightly burtGov Beckham has pardoned Jeff Evan of Ballard county of a prison sentence Evans was sent up for kill- Inl Andrew Sullivan his daughters betrayer Tho State Railroad Commission has decided that the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has violated botb- the constitution and the Interstate commerce law In refusing to switch carl of stock to the Central Stock Yard In Louisville The bodies of the Diddles were exposed to public view at PIttaburg and i several thousand persons viewed tho I remainsTheatrical managers In South Kentucky and Tennessee have refuled dates for performances of Unole Toms Cabin Mrs Rebecca Evllslzer nearly 100 years old committed suicide near South Whitley Id by stuffing a handki chief down her throat Prof Charles W Pearson who declared tbo fallibility of the Bible willi be asked to resign from the faculty of Northwestern University A beautiful art student waa found dead In her room in Philadelphia She lad stabbed herself In the breaat taken a done of carbolic acid and Inhal gas Henry Clough was given a death len once at Wise C H Va for the murder of Thomas H Miller auperlnten Dot of Cranes Nest Mines at Toms Creek The Fidelity and Deposit Compan of Maryland will pay the full amount of Stuart R Youngs shortage as city reasurer of Louisville without a legal contest It Is reported that the Illinois Central haa formally acquired the Cecilia I vision of the L S N for 8100000 The division has been operated by tbe I C for some time Through the overturning of a lamp a woman and two children at Waterloo Iowa were burned to death anothe child was fatally burned and throe ott ere seriously Injured The boilers of the towboat John W- Alles exploded near PIttaburg and tbe boat valued at 825000 was destroyed One man was killed and four other probably fatally hurt Next Sunday bas been designated al pulpit change day by the Chrlstla hunches In the United States The cquest has been made that 2a man preacher aa possible exchange pulpit on that day THIS AND THAT P W Purclful of Rockcastle Is deadW N Roblcson aged 80 Is dead In Adair G A Peyton sold a jack to Hon DD King for 1200 Joe Murphy sold to Carlthera i Beard a pair of mules for 8265 Rev J W Haglna subject Sunday lorolnsr Is Companionship will Christi at night Christ Temptation Miss Luna daughter of E A Her rln of Rockcastle died last week of consumption She was a beautiful brlstlan girl R B Wilkinson bought of W T ucker a beef at 3io and one of Marl ardln ut 30 and lot of hogs of John fright Jr at Co Col John Henderson after un Illnei of about three weeks caused by a deep cold and other complications died al Lancaster yesterday aged 8- 10V Williams owner of Alerton lold to Secretary Ballenger the bay earllng Oily by Allerton 2001 dan Palo Alto Belle 222 by Electioneer The price was 82000 The committee on Revision of Creed of the Presbyterian church Is said ti bave determined on a report that Infant damnation will be stricken from tne church doctrine This clause her Ilone unchanged for over 100 years It Is reported that the now creed will read all infants shall be saved ON VALENTINES DAY Lock your heart up well today Theres a rascal thief about Throw the precious key away If youd keep him out Hoa a master of deceit lies a flatterer and ao He will call you all thats sweet Which you are I know All his tricks and wiles hell try Tempting you as best he can He Is such a shrewd and sly Clever little man Hidden in his burglars kit Well ho knows thataafe in there la the very key to Ot Sweetheart have a care 1 Yet I may as well confess Love la what be calls this key And his name ia Cupid yea And be comet from mo- A r man of Jim Howards type would grimly go the gallows without great fferlng but thIs game citizen serving his Commonwealth as a life time coo- vlct at bard labor will be almost un bearably galled Nevertheless such 8- brute should be removed from the face of the earth aa a sure preventatlve of fu tune deviltry on his partOweosbo ro Messenger a A wellknown medical journal offllrs- thls adviceIIIf the child does not- tbrlve on fresh milk boll it Why- not begin by merely spanking Iti It- may learn to like It after awhile A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky- Offersbls services as Auotoixxe to nelw1l1 J tin Surprise Spedal Sale NO2 At TI RACKET STORES Watch this space every Tuesday and Friday for bargains + J Mens all wool black Cheviot suits very well made and worth 3 all sites at 225 Mens puro worsted panU worth f3 as long as they last at IIU pant at 4B- clloji mite sizes a to IS well 8260 go at use Mens overalls at 10 cents a pair Menlluro wonted Suite equal to tailor la rich colon well worth 118 SO sites 33 to 42 about TS tulta loft go at tt OS Meni 12 shoes cot to see Meot box calf and viol kid shoes worth 1350 po at 81 C- OBor shoes worth II 23 go at 84e- Moni f3 hah all the late shapes at OSc Sheriffs Notice All taxpayers or Casey county who hav not paid their taxes tor 1001 may expect to have their personal property levied on with- In the next 20 days You can save yourself this mortification by paving your taxes at once T J HELL Sheriff of Casey County Ky Cattle For Sale I kronThirty good stock 8 and 3year old and live yearling Heifers 33 of the lot reds and red roanS STOKES BROS Stoke Russell Co Ky Livery Outfit For Sale I wish to sell my livery business at McKinney and will make the price right to the buyer Am having a good but dont like tho business Write or call for panic tllara JOIN COULTER McKinney FOR RENT Seventeen acres of good forming land on Neals Greek JVi miles south of Stanford Good avenge building Reasonable rent JAS IIUTOIII SON Old fiddlers Contest at Turner villo Tuesday night Feb 11 1002 ADMISSION 26 AND 35 CENTS Entertainment will be opened by Web this Ilro aged 11 and 13 years You cant fford to mtu this for they are natural born musicians Contest to all rood lddleredrat prUo 118 second It Tur tersvllle has the reputation of entertalnlnjt well all who come to her doors and we will ee that nothing Is spared that will bf for he pleasure and entertainment of all prow pot the boAt fiddler In the county end some from a distance will be In the con tNt and It you are looking for a good time you cant afford to miss It Good order guarantee OAltTER I1R03 Mgr Courier Journal week year Two onlyI The Twl eaWeek CourierJournal Is tbe best published In the United Suit for Democrat and for all readers It Is the equal of many dallies and the super of semiweeklies or weeklies I1ENKY WATTERSOJf Editor The Wednesday Issue Is devoted to ner matters the Saturday tune to the homo By a special arrangement you can tho INTERIOR JOURNAL and theSemiWeekly GourleNourni both for one year for only SI SOThis Is for cash subscribers only If You Want Catalogues or Briefs Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Hends- Stntel11entS Envelopes DodgersPosters Flaniers Contracts LeasesPrescription Books Prescription Blanks Checks Drafts OrdersEtc The Interior Mm is the place to get them quick and cheap I We positively guarantee every article to be sold Just as advertised tiring us your produce It b as goad is cash THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town Domestic calicoes ginghams brown cot ton and bleach cotton go at 4c a yard 1100 silks go at 20o outing 3 c Ladles 1130 shoes cut to 4Bc tlSS shoes cut to J1I- eCarpet and mattings and oil cloths at re prices 15o collate atc t5c cuff at too 1r a pair Children shoe worth SOc go at 12c A flyer for Saturday and Monday only metla tan fancy aeamtcM hose worth lie on those two days go at 4c MURRAY McJDJMst IANVILLE pairKnco LEADING JEWELERS IANVILGE 1 The largest and most complete stock of JewJelry Silverware and Fashionable elties in Central Kentucky We are also Graduate Opticians and can lit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shop sat isfaction guaranteed Wo sell Gorham Silver Ifyou want a WatchA Clock or ChainiiDont ii lull to see me before purchasing elsewhere I have sonic special bargains to oflbr ins in those lines full also in cut glass and novelties MUELLER A CLEARANCE SALE J My stock of winter goods is now on the market at COST R This will include Overcoats anti Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes and other goods too numerous toImention in this ad Heres an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale is for cash No goods charged at those prices so dont ask it Sale begins on Thursday January IGth 1002 the ChaT es wheeler bmVOUm HUSTONVILLE KY Jor Presiti0 J with us We do the rest Lowest Prices Consistent With lestIMaterial and Accurate Wor1Imanship I CRAIG it HOCKER Our Line of Groceries Hardware Chinaware Queensware Tinware Glassware Etc n Ts now Complete The best selected lino that could be had is now on Display GEORGE H HARRIS a CO I W B McROBERTS c DRUGGIST PuresVDrugsjandIKeeps on hand always the Medicines Prescriptions Accurate I ly Compounded at Very Rea sonable PricesS OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY e tLs tI I 1 7 T THEINTERIORJOURNAL13TAxvoiu a In filling your prescriptions wo uio tho right medicine ID the exact acne sad with proper caro Wo could not do better If yon us doublo tbo price which Is always reasonable Poe aye Drutz Store t PERSONALSfi Mil 8 H Cook 16 slclt MRS WILL W DAYS hoi been quite sick Bow to the wife of James Mcaecr fadaughter DR J LJOWSLEY went to Elizabeth 1s town Wednesday MR O A PKYTQN Is clerking for Dr J K VonAndale MRS M O DunNSIDE bas been 111 of grip but U Improving GEORGE W IIIEUS of Madison IB with Dr Clifton Fowler DON P M McRoiiERTS went to EMI Bornstadt Wcdnetday v MR W n CURTIS of the Eon End Is down with kidney trouble WlNFRED PORTHAN II agate night man In the telephone exchange Miss MATTIE ALTORD of Louis yule li with Mra George H Farrls- Mita E FIBIIIIACK of LtTlngiton was the guest of Mln Minnie Straub MRS ELLA FARRIB Ciuwrcmu of Muikoffeo I Tla vliltlojr friend hereMiss FLORENCE MYERS went to Loulivlllo Wednesday to visit Mn W J YllllerMIL n BASTIN the telephone magnate was hero from Lancaster Wednesday MR WILLIAM DOLTZCLAW fomll larly knowd ai Finger Dill li at lobo point of death MR J D WILLIS of Crab Orchard has been visiting hi old frlendi here Richmond Climax MR AND Mos s B TOTTHN of Lancaster spent ycilerday with Mr and Mn J L Totlen- Kins J H IlARRls and oblldron o- Lancaster i arc with her parents MrIt and Mu John F Cash Miss Ltrcie GUANCRLLOR spent a week with her aunt MM B 0 San dlJqo in the Wen Rod JOHN U MBIHR of Danville and dimmer of Lancaster attended Lh- oI burial of Mr K Bremer W0 OOPPER of this plate bu boon made treasurer of the freibman class of Central University MR LEVI KLDBR of Crab Orchard was here long enough Wednesday to havo some uplo data stationary print edMRS J W OLoiTEtt nleeo of Mn At C Saufloy Is deal at Greenville S C She was the mother of Miss Jennie Olotter who visited hero several years 10MM J S WELLS and pretty little daughter Miss Mary Manler of Dan ville are visiting at Walnut Flat while Mr Wells Is speeding a few weeks in Florida TilE Central Record says that Mh Christine Brad II entertained ter elegantly In honor of Misses To vU Car penter of Stanford and Miss Emil Chonault of Richmond Mtts FOHK8TD8 REID Is qulto sick being threatened with pneumonia Mrs William Higgins has returned to Stan ford after visiting her brother Mr TbopaaIMcllobortaNewMEs8ns T Darrl- naroeJ Wearen mod J F Eoglcman atff Ipntgomcry Lolgo No 18 1O O F Miss LENA YOWELL of nustonvllle one of the most competent and popular In Lincoln county has gone ItoValparaiso Indiana to tako a apo- J course in the Valparaiso Normal College Advocate OENAND MRS JOIN HOOB RUS BELL of nuntlngion W Va are tho 4proud parents of a son their first born I The mother was the hl11domo Miss Minerva Park Phelps has fro quently visited hero Mn W P OlVENS one of Lincoln most progressive farmers and wilt were In Burgln Friday while on their way home from a visit to Versailles another d cities to their many friends and relatives Burgln Cor Sayings inEVe SANKORD M LOOAN of Mid was here Wednesday return lOll from Richmond where be had been to attend the burial of his law Prof Samuel J Sanderson w j died at Valden Miss of typhoid fe ver nON It C WARREN of Lincoln who Is among the candidates for Coo grew In this district was in the city 1several days last week Mr Warren I been looked upon as Congres sional timber and ho will doubtless I have a largo following In Madison It Is thought by many that he will boa shard man to beat Richmond Regis I terMRS WILLIAM WARREN and daub J tor Miss Eugenia Warren of Danville who have been visiting their cousin j Mrs J M Hollowayt have returned borne Mrs Warren la tho Regent of tho Danville Chapter Daughters of tho American Revolution and was one of the most charming delegates to tho 0 elate conference he1dLbcreLoulevllloP- oeL Y LOCALS SEE WH Muellers ad OLD newspapers aleThis office TRY our Summer Cannel Coal The DaugbmaorFRESH oystersalways on hand Bald RloobartAN agent fora Pennsylvania oil rm has boon trying to lease lands near Ottenhelm THE superior machine at Big gins ff McKlnnoys li something now 21 pounds Stop and see It LETTER heads p andpadded at IL CO per thousand up envelopes 1125 per thousand np T61e omen SAVE money by buying shoos of John P Jones See his bargains In the shoe lino whoa you come to court Monday STOREROOM on Lancaster street next door to INTERIOR JOURNAL en trance for rent Apply at this office MT VKHNON Tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL representative will be at ML Vernon Monday next first day of cIr- cuIt court CARSON PENCk are on ringing a firstclass buggy and car stage painter here Bach a man would got lots ol work SALE John Turnbull and Ellbu Well hsve had bill printed at this olllce for their big tale near Crab Orchard on Wednesday Feb 10 BOCGUTTOUOMr E P Foul coner of Danville bought 80000 pound of tobacco In the West End of this county a few dope ago at 6i to 8jc THE Dome Insurance Co Jooso D Wcaren agent settled with George licks whoso house near Mlddloburg paylnllblmTar Iota by Ore of lobe Hume distil lore at Sliver Creek Is fully tOOOO which Is covered by Insurance The Irnraenno warehouse sought three times but was saved CARSON PUNCH have Duuguertys witRh and are prepared to do all kinds of bor oboelng and repairing tea COMMIBSIONIIKS RBOOMMBNDBD Gov Bcokbam bat recommended tbo following gentlemen as commissioners of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Dan ville W O Price Danville ant Jan 1 1008 vice J A Cheek torm ox plred Thomas B Robinson of Oar rard vice Wm Horndon M R Wa ton of Shelby vies John H Welsh K Lynn of Lincoln vice G P D F Logan vice A E Logan E Llllard Danville vice Samuel Newell Good selections all of them especially the one in this county MORE POSTAL CLERIC CARELBBS NKSS MUs Edna Carroll Cumnltz the IIuvs as is Thisyour malls for today Last weeks papers didnt reach hero until Saturday night and the peoplo cant do without them It la rasp to answer whore the trouble Is Tbo careless postal clerks on t andsare no a up will be no fault of ours AT the council mooting last night some 1200 worth of claims were allow od saloon license was granted W O Speed E Bremers beer license was transferred to his widow the bonds of Clerk Hughes and Marshal Jones were accepted and the tax rate was fixed at 40c Hon P M McRoborts presented an ordinance asking the sale of a fran chlso to put in another telephone sys tern Mayor Florence and Councllmcn Alverson and Reynolds were appointed a committee to contract with the Stan ford Water Light Ico Co for light and water for tho ensuing year The company through Secretary and Troas urns G L Penny offered to furnish street lights all night and water for 13000 and It Is hoped that this ar rangement will be agreed on as we need lights tap latter portion of tho night equally as much it not more than wo do the first part diedh0at Will proprietor at 4 oclock Wednesday morning of pneumonia aged nearly 60 A wife who was Miss Paulino Hired h field of Loulsrlllo and five children MriDremercamo to America many years ago and for some 16 or moro years had made a splendid citizen of this county Ho was an upright honorable moo and bad taw if any enemies Mr Bremer was well educated and spoke three lao guages fluently A largo crowd attended his burial by tbo Knights of Py thlaa In Buffalo Cemetery yesterday afternoon after services by Rev J W Hagln Brother Knlghta of Pythias placed a beautiful aural tribute on bis grave and attended his ovary want while sick Ho hard a 11000 policy In tho order and was a most popular member r I WANTED a good farm hand J E Bruce Go to Miss Sacrayr for the latest I styles In photos I FOR RENT Either ofmytwo rest dences on West Main Street W P Walton Go to Beazley fornice now bedroom sots and furniture of all kinds Prices to suit purchaser AUCTION at SeveranceL oppo site court house Friday afternoon Sat urday afternoon and night DropInleave the amount of your Indebted ness FRESH fur Saturday placo your or der at once for fish rotary oysters fancy potatoes oranges bananas lem I ons Mutha bread at Geo H Farrts ft Cos FOR SALEIf you want to buy the boat storehouse and the best stock of yeluckyvllle Ky + THE INTERIOR JOURNAL end the TwlceaWeok Courier Journal for 1160 a year Our paper and Bryans Commoner for tl75 Take them all three for 2 b- DXBM18SEDCircuit Juoge Faulkner at London dismissed the Indictments against Bankers WaIte and nail of Somerset charged with receiving de posits attar the bank was Insolvent I UiaoiNst McKiNNEY have bought of A C Sloe for 8SO isle lumber yard and building and leased the ground it Is on from the Odd Fellows at Il per month They will fill the place with haggles wagons etc MESSRS SAMUKL BISHOP and Nor man True have entered tbeold fiddlers contest at Turoersvlllo Tuesday night next LATER The following entries were received today Wm Cooley Stanford Ansel Lanbam and Tack Nail Hustonvllle Ben Martin Row land Zlpt Sims Duncan and Miss JeD ale Gooob Stanford The first priM will be a tlO violin and the second A 16 one YOUR attention Is called to the ad vertlsmentof the Central Oil Gill beginboringS Baugbmans term next week Tho company has what promises to be val uablo leases In this and other counties In the oil belt and stock in it should llsell rapidly For further particulars write to A P Goodlng general man egos Lexington Ky IlttlJo a DiskV eaIo to sleep while he is making a speech It is told that In canvassing bo only bas to speak at county seats the citizens all over a county being able to distinct ly hear every word at their homes In the country Its nothing unusual to see 1sa farmer following bis plow and listen tag to Mr Warren speak at the court boast in town This Is no Joke TUB Cincinnati TimesStar sage that the owners of the Chesapeake Nash StnbDt 1 Itare considering extensive construction as soon as the weather opens The plans contemplated aro the building of ft line from the Northern terminus at Scotlavllln to a connection with eh Cincinnati New Orleans fc Texas Pa MOIKInneyFrom tho Southern terminus at Gall a tip a line 25 miles In length will built to Nashville This plan If ca rled lore effect will give Cincinnati two lines to Nashville the other being tbo Louisville r Nashville road which now practically controls all the railroad trifle In and out of Nashville Sta ford might otter such Inducements as to melee the C IL N como on to Stanford where It could connect with the L N both for Louisville and Cincinnati 1 AN ox West End map tells this one on grand old Dr Hawkins Drown of Hustonvlllo Tbo doctor was never known to ask but one man for an ac count In all his lops and honorable career as a physician and this man had boasted of having beaten him out of a bill Dr Brown heard about it and wont at once and asked for tho money duo The fellow gave eomp excuse f not paying him which did not set with the physician who at once gave It to on officer to collect A trial follow od and Dr Brown got judgment for tho I amount of his claim but Instead having it proceeded further with ho got a copy of the judgment and hand tog It to the man who owed hIm said nero taker this with my you sonofagun I lust wanted to eh you that you couldnt beat moout of my fee I wouldnt have a dollar of your mosey to save your life But lot mo tell you one thing I wept you to send for mo agate when you got down It would afford mo great pleasure to give I you a dose that will settle you for all time to come It Is needless to add that the follow never asked Dr Bro for another prescription J I READ the now stores advertise I moat + CHURCH letters for sale atthis officeI at 25o per donna NEWESTleefnstationery just I received Craig d Realest ANYTHING In the jewelry line at lowest prices at W H Mueller FOR harness plowgear chains etc110 to John Bright Jr JsCos HIOOINS Mct arereceiving their first shipment of buggies today FRESH barrel open kettle New Or leans molasses ul John Bright Jr J Cos WE hagand feed cheap fora lox day to reduce stock J H Bough man k Co THIS delightful themakes us believe that the ground hog did not see his shadow DAMERONJ S Dameron of Crab Orchard aged about 40 years died sterday afternoon at 4 oclock of cop CARSONPnonhave just furnished E L Rtnobart with the most upto date delivery wagon we have seen for some time MR HORACE HAYS who cashier was elected president of the First Na finest Dauk of Ellzabethton to sue ceed the late President Joe S Grimes JUDGE BAILEY edacase yes terday In favor of Thomas Oaks against I N Icon Involving tho small sum of tl 45 Tbo costs amounted to over 130 which tall on Ieop- WALTONMre Ann Walton relict of A W Walton and aunt of the editor of this payer died at ytsb land Va Sunday aged about 70 She was the mother of Willie B Walton wise used to live here and was one of the best women weaver know SLAYMAKBR Rov W k Slaymak er who was pastor of the Presbyterian church hero some years ago died sud denly of heart disease at Berkley Va In the 03rd year of his egosHo bos been preaching at Berkley since be left here A wife and two daughters our vivo the floe old gentleman Tins from the Mt Vernon Signal Is news to us While In Louisville Mon day wo saw our old friend W W Withers who Is organizing what will be known as the Southern Sanitarium of Modern Therapeutics There will be four Incorporates Dr W N Craig of Stanford will be one of them Mr Withers will be manager THE following Invitation has been received at this office The Citizens of Cincinnati cordially Invite you to the Formal Opening of the Clnclnatl Build log at the South Carolina Interstate West Indian Exposition at Charleston S C February 16tb 1002 and to mole their building your headquarters whet In Charleston at any tlmo during tbo Exposition The Invitation is band somely engraved ana Is indeed a thing of beauty HlUQINUOTHAM John M Hlggln botbam president of the Citizens Na tlonal Dank of Lancaster and a sub stantlal citizen of that place died at 0 oclock Wednesday evening of paral vela In 1878 be was elected sheriff and served two terms being the first dom ocratio officer elected after a rcpubll can rule of 18 years Ho was enlisted In Morgan Command and served as a Confederate soldier until the surren pder Ho had been a leading hardware merchant of Lancaster for 20 years and bad served several terms as a member of the Board of City Council Mr Hlg glnbotbam had entered his COtb ear and left a widow a brother George T elerJack For Sale stack with white point 14 hands high 4 finenKentucky J H BOONS CO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Stable Dracos Old Stand Depot St STBHFOflfl KY Newltata Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No M BROWN 8 BROWN orAttorneys atLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all tho State Courts also oourwofCOAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this tewinter and continue In the coal bounces handos JellleoiAgents Wanted Having been duly authorized and ap bathe ColumbIa Publishing house of Chicago III as their General Agent actl4nas Address Lock Box 6 Junction City I WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 I Aa an sell Inducement we otTer a complete stock in every department at prices that will theIrgenerousI busmesaI QncenswnreShI kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Tlmoothydelivery to phone orders Corner Opera house Block JOHN BRIGHT JR CO eft i a4JJIt 371 iO 1 w 71 a fa Jj orIf1P ril0 e a1lD 111 0 ds 5 Shirt SaleLPe f Our entire line of STIFF BOSOM o4P e COLORED SHIRTS must bo sold in the next six weeks We need ea a the room and the money and the Jh themfCSa SOD Shirts at 38c aFive dozen SI Shirts at SOceiI Several dozen SI Shirts the very new tt1P l est and swellest things go at 75c + Remember this is a cash sale 1 H J McROBERTS I twlt 4jA Qr tuksyA 3 lt orbPl1t1Is tfAs AMa WI itaI Win Is It Whtlslt I These are the questions hundreds of people have 1askedabout THE FAIR DRY GOODS COMPANY We have bought the stock of Severance ft Sons and moves it to the Portman storeroom next door to old Louisville Store stand oppo site Myers House and hope to have the same liberal patronage vro promiseeto maintain the same business principles as the old firm vie selling qualIty veniently fixed to verve OUtOn the first floor we will carry a first rises line of Dry Goods Shoes and Notions On the second floor s carpetsCome tons etc for early sewing Commence right now to trade with us x iiT D Danny Emma Warren Miss Ernie Warren I WM SEVERANCE Prop J 1 1 Higgins a McKinney Have about forty bushels choice home grown Red Clover v Seed Northern Seed Oats c 1 CLOSING OUT I I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The read ers of this paper know tho kind and quality of the goods I handle and while Iam waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods yon have an opportunity of buying ilrstclass onlyIJAMES FRYE USTONVILeLE t 7 o r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL gniered n the putoffice at Stanford aI- tccmdcll1as matter t1Lohdostead Sa1daWA- T 1 PERYEAR CASH ssr When not sopaldfflaoo will becharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION No tl Train going Northf IIMa m 21G26 210 a m- No2S Booth fYxSm- No 23 t wIIpD1 For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 IMVN Stanford st L Mam- No BtrriTeittStanlonl i1Sam No 21 leaves BUnford atM 231 p m RDA JONES DENTISTStanford OfflcoovorHiggins tk McKlnnoys Store Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoBIinney 2SyH- akoand keep constantly on band the best of Flour Steal Shlpatuff Bran Chick on Feed c Irlces very reasonable Cus tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 61 acres situated on the Stan ford and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In grass and land with excep tion of a few acres considered thin land stock water and some good fenc ing timber no dwelling only a COin crib It Is a very desirable little place Will sell at 35 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T D Bright Co Will hold on February 28 1002 a big JAOK SALE at which time 40odd Jacka will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacks Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLES w BUBKZ k S3N FratS JUNCTION CITY KY nSlrstClua Turnouts Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men drain and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON IrorILancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid tat le Every king first class meet all trains 89 ERDtLLEHAY NVILLEKY Manufacturer of BRICKAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Pr- icePOSTED Tho following persons have their lands posted and they will punish to the full ex tutof the law any person or persona found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tres neon thorn i W U Boone J II O A Pleasant n F Nowland Co L Crow J B Bruce 8 H Daughraan J 8 Rocker Mrs J H White J W Adams W P Tate J U Adams T A IUc- eWalter W Warren W Eo Amon Ernest Ullmann Aaron Ball Kye Sufficient solicited flpecliU Porters O D Boone O P Newland RlIIgJlnsFP RopperR AS Broaddus J W Baughman S T Harris Joseph Ballou J 0 Horton MUsUaryPepples lit F Lawrence J B Foster David Stephens wutbbarnett treated with Eureka liar MM UU It rc dampkeepstbelethh cr soft and pli able Stltche do not teak No ronjhur- C to chafe and cut The harness not onlvkeept jlooklnl lik Dew but wears twice useoffEarekaIfarnessOil i Soldevtgwbere all loc ItsjMade by Standard Oil- Company t Painting Repairing I am and repair your buggY carriage or wagon Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H GREEK Stanford Ky Ae 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Ky K ff4 Il Nt I paintInlrstclul8tyle Stanford OfficOTpr ytBobertaDmI Store in the Owaley UnUdlns FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney con tamping six rooms two porches veranda all necessary outbuildings nice shades garden A dealrable location and a bargain on or address- J U VANHOOK McKinney Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated near Peytons Well contains about 80 acre and Is now occupied by Sam uel Illahop Has fair house of 4 room and the outbuildings arc In good repair Spring and well both close to house 1s In a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow IS acres in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms 3 cash balance 1 and 2 years COLUMBUS 11181101 Shelby City Ky J+ G+ MccbMY UNDERTAKER = EMBALMER And Dealoar In ABNESS SADDLEEY CsC M Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJNDEBTAEEBS ALSO BKALKSJ t- oHarnlturcDlatlintvsRujs And Wall Paper prey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpecialUtJof LonisTllle will be at a St Asapli HotclStanford Tuesday March 18 Ono day only Eyes examined and glasses Office lc1entUcallyiadjultedI FORCEFUL EXPRESSES The rower of Illnntrntlon In the Tarn ot a Phrase James Russell Lowell said There n deal o solid kicking in the meekest looking nude It the statement had been Theres n good deal of obstinacy covered by apparent nrnliiblllty tho remark might have passed without n moments notice but attached to such n figure ns the root used it will bo dUll cult for the mind ever to get rid of it Murzlnl says Labor is the divine law of our existence This is Ilttli more than commonplace but when ho added Ileposo is desertion and Rill clde the commonplace was transdg urcil Into a memorable illustration- A French writer said Tho really cf flclcnt laborer will be found not to crowd his day with work That seems to be forgettable When he adds IIo will saunter to his task surrounded by n wide halo of ease nnd leisure the halo serves tho purpose of an explanatory illustration President Garfield once said Nine times out of ten tho best thing that cnn happen to a young man Is to be tossed overboard and compelled to sink or swim for himself The tossing over board was the Illustration Tho saga clous president gave it significance und emphasis by personal reference In nil my acquaintance I never knew n tuna to be drowned who was worth the say Ing When Lavatcr sold Habit Is altogether too arbitrary n master for mo to submit to It was the word master that constituted tho memorable lllus tlonCarlyle a great master of metaphor said truly No man lives without Jos tllng and being Jostled In all ways he has to elbow himself through the world giving and receiving offense The doctrine of this sentence might easily have become n mere platitude but it is fixed upon the memory by jostling and being Jostled nnd the elbow ing of oneself through the world This illustration is the very making of the argument Joseph Iarker D D in Uomllctlc Review SOME METALS Iridium worth moro than 780 a pound Is the hardest metal known and is used to tip gold pens Lithium worth more than 1100 a pound is used only In medicine Its salts being valuable In rheumatic af factions Tungsten worth 60 cents a pound Is largely used ID matallurgy and gives to steel qualities similar to those Im parted by molybdenum Molybdenum worth 144 a pound Is used In metallurgy Molybdenum steel possesses the rare quality of preserv ing Its hardness even when heated to rednessSelenium which hat the curious clccltrlcis worth X22 a pound Uranium worth SG a pound is used in the glass and porcelain Industries It has been found that uranium car tungstentInPalladium which has the smallest coefficient of dilatation is used for the mounting of astronomical Instruments The standard meter of rranco Is made of palladium The pure metal costs 482 a I10undIVanadium oxidizes In air with great dlllicuUy melts at 2000 degrees nnd bcdbmos redhot In hydrogen Neither hydrochloric acid nor nitric acid Attacks it It costs 002 n pound and is used In coloring glass nnd in making indelible inks Itnlr MnrrlfiKe llrokera Marriage brokers are n regular insti tution in Italy In Genoa there lire scv cral marriage brokers who have pocketbooks tilled with the names of tho marriageable girls of tho different classes with notes of tholr figures personal attractions fortune and other cit cumstances These brokers go about endeavoring to arrange matrimonial al liances in the same offhand mercantile manner which they would bring to bear upon n purely business transac tion and when they succeed they get a commission of 2 or 3 per cent upon the dowry with such extras of bonuses as zany bo voluntarily bestowed by the party Animals In Turkey In Turkey the partridge Is detested because once It betrayed the prophet to- bls enemies and Its legs are red because they were dipped In the blood of ilassan If a man kills a panther be Is Imprisoned for twentyfour hours md then is handsomely rewarded The crane is respected and it Is a crime to- kill It The Crocodile The crocodiles lower Jaw is not socketed in the skull ns is tho caso with other animals but the skull is socketed In the Jaw so that the aul mal can lift the upper part of its head us upon n hinge nnd so capture what ever prey may bo at hand without go- Ing to tho trouble of getting upon its legs Whnt He Wanted to Sny Prisoner at the bar said the judges there anything you wish to say be fore fecntcnce is passed on ou1 ThQ prisoner looked wistfully toward tho door and remarked that he would like to say Good evening if it would be agreeable to the company Not li Sensible Mnn DaughterOb mamma I do wish I were prettyi- MotherYou neednt dear Sensible bcnutyImen Illel MATRIMONIAL Charles Fry a groom of two weeks suicided at Mlainlsburgi O Tho wedding at noon yesterday of Miss Solon Hay nod Payne Whitley was the roost notable event of the sea son in Washington William Wright who lived near Now Albany led died last December Since thou It has been discovered that ho had two wives living Fred D Hart Jr proprietor of tin Cumberland Hotel of Mlddle boroam Miss May Short daughter of Judge C W Short of Plnoville were married this week Mrs Rite H Do Acosta Stokes the former wife of W E D Stokes a Now York millionaire was married to Capt Philip M Lydlg Two hours later they sailed for Europe Rev F S Pollitt presiding older of the Covington district who used to bo pastor of the Methodist church hero was married the other day to Miss Shirley Tucker who Is his third wife CHURCH MATTERS Cincinnati is to have a religious con sue taken Lexington is to have a Cumberland Presbyterian church Rev J F Wllilams meeting at Vcr sallies closed with aO additions Roy Nathan SraIlh a wollknowi Baptist roacher Is dead at Albany Roy T N Arnold In opening the House session at Frankfort prayed lor- a now Capitol building There aro moro preachers from Ken tucky and Missouri than from any oth or two States In tho Union There will bo no preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday The pastor Rev S M Rankin will preach at tbo Second Presbyterian church Louisville that day WHICH VASIIINOTOIPEx Con ercesroan John S WUo of Virginia now of this city Is a warm persona friend of President Roosevelt Being In Washington a few days ago ho visit ed the White House and was promptly accorded an Interview In the course of the conversation tho president I said to have suddenly remarked Now John you are a very obierv log man and know pretty near what le going on Tell mo what the people seem to think of my administration Oh Mr President Mr Wise re plied the opinion seems to be that you will go down to posterity as a Washington I am delighted to hear that the president said to have answered In terruptloRly as he grasped Mr Wise band and shook it heartily Out as ho released his bold Mr Wise continued Out whether It will be as a George or a Booker T I am not prepared to ay NY Times A GOOD TILING German Syrup Is the prescription of Dr A Botchee a celebrated Gor- man physician and Is acknowledged to be ooo the most fortunate discoveries in medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and ell troubles of the sever est nature removing as it does the cause of the affection and leaving the tarts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine but hiss stood the lest of years giving satisfaction In OV- er case which Its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Uoecbeee Gorman Syrup was introduced In the United States In Ib08 and Is now sold in every town and village In the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary oongh Price 73 cts Get Greens Special Alma nsoat Pennys Drug Store MARDI GIIAS ItENd CKBSCBNT ROUTE New Orleans Feb 11 Great est MidWinter Feto In the worldwolrd and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen S Crescent Route Finest train service In tbe South Two fast 2 hour trains every day In the year from Cin cinnati The trip through the beauti ful Southern country Is a holiday In It self All Inquiries gladly answered Free printed matter W C Rlnear Ion G P A Cincinnati 4 FOR STOMACH TROUBLES I have takes a great many different medicine for stomach trouble and con llpatlon says Mrs 8 Geiger of Dunk erton Iowa but never had as good re ults from any as Chamberlains Stomach S Liver Tablets For tale by Craig A looker druggists Tbo Bumblo Oil d Gas Co capital 0000 has been organized for oil op rations in Russell and Wayne coun tes This company holds about 16000 acres of land in Russell and Wayne counties the principal holdings being In Russell county In carrying a potted palm from ono room Into another Miss Kato Newman- of Versailles thrust one of tbo palm needles into her eye Her night In that eye will probably bo destroyed rThe remains of tbo Biddies wore burled In a single crave at Plltsburg flOO IIGWABI 1100 The ruder of thlt p r will be pleased to learn that there last taut ono dreaJed illwata tlut id voce ha bun able to cure In all Ii5IAzandt- hat la Catarrh Halls Catarrh Lisa ta tb 001 lralnnllylatarrhomtltutlooal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure la taken internally aeil g directly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces of he yteni thereby tie strolnt the foundation of the disease and firing the lIeat strength by building up the coutltu non and utalatlng nature In doing its work Tile proprietors have 10 much faith In lt cuntlr oven they offer One Hundred Dollars for any OIIOlhat It falls to cure Send lor list of Its InionlsU Address k J CILENEY CO Toledo O Sold by dnui1st 71- cUIII Family P1111 are the best r E C WRlTON Premt THEM 4 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exclude IIAnd Title Company4 y We offer for sale the following No IHouse and lot in Stanford Ky Has five rooms hall torch in tho rear it good gnnlon lu n good neighborhood and close to churches This ian good house fur u small Price 8850 I No 2AInllnll farm of 37 acres ithotit 2J miles from Stanford House contains four good rooms kick larch and ono vontnda A good burn and other outbuildings nil in good repair Cut in six fields well fenced 20 acres in cultivation one ncro in fruit tree rest in grass This was bought nt n Coimnmonarn sale nt n bargain nnd can Ira sold at n bargain It is close to Kihool nud church and only amiles from Stanford Price 88U per acre Landadjoining sold for 840 bargainNoIToueo contains five rooms A good stable and 5 acres of land well fenced This U ono of tho prettiest building lot in town tharo IS room enough in front for two other cottages or n two story front could be built to the cot tage nnd be made n beautiful homo This place will be sold cheap us tho moneyNo dwelling coven room hall and veranda Cioou garden forcing and house in good repair This daeo is for sale or rent price reasonable- No 5Hous and lot In Stanford House has three rooms and front porch A good garden and fstahle In good re pair This pace will bo sold cheap No GOno of the prettiest cottages in Stanford Contains six rooms large hall bathroom veranda and back porch A good stable and garden This place is uptodate every roheet and in splen did repair Over a year ago this arty cold for 12260 It can now bo bought for considerably less as the owner who First National I Bank Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 nil Inttltutlon was originally Mtaktlabed ae the Depotlt Hank of In Ices then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In U4A and again rrorxantted as the Vint National lInk of Stanford In 18Se having had an uolnter rupteJ existence for 41 years It li better supplied now with facllltlo fur transact ing lmslnc i promptly End well than ever before IB IU and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Carriages Buggies Phase Wagons Buckboards Harnes- sI prices competition elegant Robes Scientific Cough not bfllore that any cough care can bo better that our Syrup of White Pine Cow poundwith Tar It does just what must be done to thor oughly cnre a cough It over cornea congestion and Inflam soothes and heals the dollcace tissues of the air passages It promotes expec toration ooions the cough and finally cures it to stay cured Relief is almost Im mediate It Is to take and economical to use When you want the cough cure ask for White Com pound Tar Price five Celts I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky IrR HUGHES Sec Ii reft1 practically lung lives In another county needs the money for other purposes No 7 House and lot In Stanford Kv Ono and one half story contains flee rooms A good garden ejuoko home and coal house Price only J300 No8 Smell farm of about 80 acres 2l mile from Stanford on county road 26 acres In cultivation 7 In pasture 2 Rood orchards and rest In timber Two mall cottage goat barn and other outbuild ings Well watered and fencing fairlytgood Tliii place can be bought at your price as owner Urea In Indianapolis and must have money No 9A farm of 222 acreselluatcd four miles from Stanford on the best pike in the county Sixty acres la wheat 40 acres In corn 6 acres in timothy 0 acres grassThis I well watered never failing well and spring besides two good ponds Two dwelling good barn and other outbuild s for threw quarters ol a milebothdwclllng being on pike Plenty of fruit trees aril enough timber to mako splendidbluedrive from the county teat The owner n of a fine farm adjolnlug thud has recently refused MB per acre his place We otter this placo for f31 50 per acre No OOA farm of 160 acres situated near Klngivlllo Ky Sixty acres In cuo tlvatlon 30 In timber rest in gross well watered two good barns and tthur outbuildings M all good repair The dwell ing whicle comparatively new la with 1 In 300 yards of three school tostoiltce and C S depot The property lies on pike and county road and Is the most detirablo farm in that section of the county We will sell the whole farm foi ft 400 or In ds of not lew than 30 acres to suit ureba er This Is certainly a cheap properly Wo ImVo n buyer for a 250 orI300 nero farm situated from 0110 to to four miles from town ithor without improvements Wo will ndvortiio other place later on Wo still solicit your farm anti town property to sell for you or Stanford Ky Officers I J 8 HOOKER Irest J J McnOllEUTS Ohr W II WEAKEN likpr Directors a F 1114 Lincoln Oo 8 T Harris Lincoln Oo J8 Hooker Lincoln Oo W I Walton Llnuoln Oo J II OnUterUrati Orchard M n Klsor Stanford 4TJeltobinwn I U W I TaU 1tubblllI CARSON PENCE i DKAIKItS IS I tons I r and complete stock of the above always on hand and ills sold at that defy See our line ot Lap tireWe mationtt pleasant best possible Pine with Twenty pars buyerfor lUuchman 1 1FEBRUARYJ HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS sDI MOBILE with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vcstibulcd Limited a4Jtou ScheduleTralu from Cincinnati Dally Diners ThroughPullmans Printed Matter for the using Chas W Zell Diy Fats At Clnll O OJI1111 MUNPMT I Orsaa MaNaerb W C HINtARION IoeN a paece Aerwr CINCINNATI r