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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAYFEBRUARY It 1902 3 P M NO 98 NEWS NOTES I The Niagara Hotel at Buffalo N Y mado an agalgnmeni The widow of It J White of MacH too It dead aged 73 Thomas Sidney Cooper a noted u painter died In England Georgo Scott who was wounded In a flBbtlnOwsloycouply la dead Georgia Mlllera negro cocaine lend was frozen to death at Paducah There arc about 000000 moro women than men in the Gorman Empire Charlie M Schwab was entertained at luncheon by the Lord Mayor of Lon don la Fleming county Tbomai Bailey u shot and killed Alex Leroaitcra over an old grudge Flro at Wapella III wiped out the builnon section causing a lots of 1200 000 to 1300000 Oplo Read author and playwright has a contract to write a play of Georgia planter life k Stewart Jobnaton oldest Ion of Maj P P Johnston of Lexington died In Montana of pneumonia B F Clone a Now York policeman committed aulcldo rather than face chargca preferred against him HIram Miller a crook was killed In a tight between robbers and citizens at Cedar Dill Ureathltt county E Burton Master Mechanic of the Seaboard Airline at Fernoodlnn Fin was killed by adtsbargod employe Geo Sulton a Wichita Kan grocer who was to have been married next P Sunday was found dead In his store Four members of Wm Uobertions family perished In a fire which destroyed their home at Pawpaw W Va A Jury at Henderson sot aside the V will of Nathan Glb oo a wealthy farm er which disinherited his only child At a meeting of the Louisville bar a resolution In favor of the bill providing six circuit Judges In Jefferson county T wet adopted 7 The Rock Island car works at nor 1too Kas burned Two lives were lost and the property valued at 1260000 i was destroyed A receiver was appointed at Newark N J for the Automobile Company of America a corporation capital lied at 15000000 jolted Irish Societies tot Chicago err ted a protest against Mist 4 Aitca Rot welt attending the corona tion of King Kdward John Kohlor a 17yearold boy com mitted suicide near Decatur III on being arrested for a forgery which be s tbadcommitted through Ignorance t Not In 10 year have mumps been so prevalent In Louisville as they are now The disease has attacked adults as In discriminately as It has yoanccr people At Topeka Kansas John Kay but his wife to death with a list iron boo cause she was about to aureadlvorae He then made on untuocessla attempt at lulold J The condition of Mrs SoT l who aided In tbe escape of the fiddle Is Improving Her husband has retained counsel for her bulsays ho paver wantsi I toseo her again In Allen county John Pcndorgrtss and Mrs Mary Little engaged In a tight Pondorgrass threw stones and Mrs Little used a shotgun and both aro dangerously wounded Gen Egan It Is said has beon ohal legged to a duel As the challenged party he will probably choose as the weapons cans of embalmed beof each la smell until ono or the othct sue cumbs Owensboro Messenger The volume of business at the Louts ville postofllco during the past year Is a good Indication of tho prosperity of the city The figures show an Increase Iof more than 814000 over 1000 Post master Baker will got an Increase In salary of lON A Ore which originated In a street railway power house at Paterson N J just after midnight burned fiercely until Sunday afternoon In all 25 blocks were burned comprising a part of the el business center and a portion of the residence section Tho on estimat od at 10000000 Tbo city ball all the National banks five churches and all the principal business houses and pub lie buildings wero In tbo burned diet trlct ell worn Ion but a number of persona were Injured DANVILLE AND VICINITY Farrls Denny big combination sale of fancy harness and thoroughbred horses bold Thursday and Friday was largely attended by purchasers from all sections of the country Tbo bidding was spirited and tho sales very satisfac tory to both buyers and sellers Tbo splendid success of the tale Is a matter of congratulation to the promoters 135 horses were sold at auction betide a big number which changed bacds prl vatelyA wreck occurred at the Danville depot Sunday morning about 7 oclock No 00a through freight and doubleheader had been delayed on account of tbo lateness of a passenger train Just as It was backing onto the main track to start North No 32 another North bound double header canto roaring In from Junction City Rod before anything could be done smashed Into the rear end of No 00 practically demolishing tho engine on No 32 and tho caboose and the three roar cars on No 00 and fatally wounding tbo fireman on No 32 Jack Potter Tho rcnv 1nder of the crew Jumped and escaped Injury Tbo three demolished care wero loaded with tombstones eggs and pig Iron respectively Too McDowell building on Second etreot which on account of Its recent tale and historic past hat been the oo cation of a number of lengthy newapa per articles bad a narrow escape from destruction early Saturday morning It Is a frame building and Is used ai a Negro Hotel A small blaze started In the kitchen from a defective flue and tbo alarm was sounded and promptly responded to by both fire companies Tbo place was full of dusky guests who bad not been aroused and when two Owerfulltrcaml of frigid water began pouring through tbo windows Into tbo rooms the occupants thought an Artie cyclone bad broken loose The excel lent work of tbo fire fighter exting uished the lames before serious darn ago bad been done Tho One buggy horse stolen from Jero Caldwells stable last Ootoberwns discovered near Troy O Thursday having been located through a confes aloe of Samuel Patrick who had been operating as horse thief preacher and matrimonial candidate In Ohio and Kentucky The two horses stolen by him In Ohio and sold to Ben Ransdall of this county and Enoch Burton of Mercer wore claimed by two residents of Troy and returned to them At Wllllamstowo It Is said Patrick had fallen In love with a rich farmers daughter and was preparing to marry her when arrested by detectives from the Buckeye State The report comes that bo has been sentenced to 10 years Imprisonment In the Ohio peal tentiary for boric stealing In that Com monwealth Altogether bo stole about a half doien horses in the Blue Gross betides a number of buggies anti by the time he answers to all of the charges that will bo preferred by Ken tucklacs his lima on earth wilt bo short SOMbTHIXa THAT WILL DO YOU GOOD We know of no way In which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be of real good to thorn For this reason we want to acquaint them with what wo consider one of tho very best remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarm ing complaint croup We refer to Cham berlains Cough Remedy wo have used It with good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessity fly Ita prompt use wo havent any doubt but that It has tlmo and again prevented croup Tho testimony Is given upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who bavo small children always keep It in their homes as a safeguard against croup Caraden S 0 Messenger For sale by Craig A llockcr druggists ASS FITbo Statq Board of prison commie sloners has Issued a statement denying some rumors of A discrepancy between their report and that of the auditor discrepancyItho two reports I 15 Miiites Q sufficient to give you most delicious tea biscuit using Royal Baking Powder as directed A pure true leavener it LAND STOCK CROPS FTP J M Coffey bought a mul gfcp70 yesterday T J E V Carton bought H bunch T dno sheep at 11 CO Mark Flurdln bought 10 calves yes tcrdav at about 816 J M Roberts bought yesterday of J M Droyles 14 calves at CIS- O A Morgan told three 800pound steers at lo boro yesterday R L Smith sold a bunch of yearling cattlo bore yesterday at 31 to ic J C days sold to M J Farris yes terday 32 GOOpound cattlo at 3c At FlemlngBburg Joa Hendrlck sold 24 mules at an average of 8U5 a bead G A Swincbroad has sold a half Interest In 40 acres of wheat land at S3 Handspring won nearly 800000 oo the turf lie Is now doing stud service In FayettoEverybody will bo glad to know that the Lexington Elks will bold another fair this year theroadleD McKinney Corn fed butcher stuff for tale 10 cows and heifer good ones W M Bright Stanford J M Roberts sold hero yesterday a bunch of butcher cattlo at 3lo and tome two ycaroli at 3jo Wo aro prepared to furnish choice cultivated hemp seed 1 Importation Cogar it Davie Danville Ot Bud Kmbry bought a 8260 trotter at the Farris Donny talc Danville He Is by Winks Sod Is a good ono G A Swlnebroad bought some yesterdayBoFOR SAte8 horses 1 to 7 years old 16i to lot hands high Hugh Thom p son Chllton Casey county Ky Embry Bros sold to S U Shanks a pair of mules for 6100 They also sold 10 700 to 1000pound butcher cattlo at 40 A mule said to be 45 years old died at Flcmlogsburc This Is the first case on record where a mule has died of old ago Then Henry Clay of Bourbon has sold to Green k Lvmanof Montgomery 1000 lambs at 60 straight middle of June delivery youngdarkby paying for keep and ibis notice A C Carman Stanford J F Cook shipped to his farm on Dlx river a carload of Indiana Southdown sheep Mr S R Cook says they are as fine a lot as ho ever saw W S Dryo Co sold a saddle mare at the Farriek Donny sale at Danville for 1300 C O Carpenter alto of the West End sold a Chester Daro maro for 1176 C C Carpenter the wellknown Dimonvllla horseman Is stopping al Rices Hole He returned last week from Augusta Kansas whore bo fed 200 cattle for too Western market Tbo bunch was sold at 6 85 and 6 03 and av eraged 14BO pounds Advocate George A McGahao has a cow that has just brought him the twin calves that being six calveslDstdeI of three years ho having sold former ones at S 20 per pair The mother Id of Shorthorn stock and is a good milker giving from four to six gallons per day Somerset Republican COURT DAY Thero wero 305 cattle at A B Florences pone and all sold but 42 Good yearlings and twoyear olds brought about 4c and butcber stuff 3 to 310 Heifers wero slow At I M Bruce there wero 350 and moat of them changed bands Some extra good yearlings broughlcloee to 60 by tbo head A bunch sold at4oby tbo pound Holfors sold at 3 to 4a and butcher stuff at 21 to ijc Somo mules sold at 800 to 6125 but horses were very dull only plugs being uttered GOT HID OF IllS RHEUMATISM During the winter of 1808 I was BO lamo in my joints In fact allover my body that I could hardly hobble around I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Calm From the first application I be gan to get well and was cured and have worked steadily all the year U Wheeler Northwood L Y For sale by Craig Ilocker druggists Too men and a chambermaid aro dead one man misting eight are dangerously Injured and 10 or more had narrow escapes and are frost bitten as the result oT the burning of the Em pire Hotel In St Louts Most of the dead were burned to death or suffocat ed In their rooms When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stupid after eat- Ing all you need is a dose of Chamber lains Stomach Liver Tablets They will make you feel like a new man and give you an appetite liko a bear For sale by Craig Ilocker druggists The justice party having for its principal object tbo making of former slaves wards of the nation will hold a National convention In Washington April 10 LAN ERIRev Cbumley will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning nextMr Guy Davldeon entertained the Junior Sot last week Refreshments woro served Mr and Mrs John E Stormes left Friday for the MardlGras carnival at Now Orleans and a trip to Florida Mrs James r Hamilton has been 111 Mrs M H Fox Is improving Mrs H A B Marksbury Is also convalescent James Nave bought of Wm Goocb a tract of load containing 125 acres at 131 J F Adams sold a horse to A C Jewell for Sl35 Ho refused 8000 for a- very Quo animal Miss Al Anderson will bo brought home from Knoxvlllo Wednesday vhoro oho has been for several months under treatment of a specialist her condition Is very little Improved- W B Burton bought a horse from Farris d Donny for 1165 Ho also pur chased one of James Woode for 190 Mr Burton sold a fine bay horse to Dr Dargor for 1125 and ono to A C Jewell for 100 YIPBaptIst church Friday evening It was principally a business meeting The Junior Endeavor Society gave a candy pulling Saturday afternoon Mr Rutherford Preston and Miss Ida Wiley of the Stone vlclnltywero mar rled Thursday Elder Walden per formed the ceremony Sues Emma Nay lor of Judson and John Laneof Stone were also married the same minister officiating Miss Molllo Smith has retired as clerk at It H Busons store to the regret of many friends U W Shugars has purchased an interest In the stock of Burnette Co and Is now smiling behind the counters of that dry goods establishment Mrs Ed Price has returned from a visit to Mrs George Ballew of Madi son Miss Joan Mount of Lagrange Is tbe guest of Mrs R E McRoberts Mr Varnoy Tanner of McKinney visited his sister Mrs W K obugara Editor Landram has returned from a business trip to Frankfort Mrs Philip Dalton is very ill of con sumption Ernest Brown is convales cent Slits Mattlo Thompson Is out again after a severe Illnoss from laryn gitis Miss Minnie Spratt has gone to Darning New Mexico for her health JnWhites condition Is somewhat Improv ed Sire Dr McDonald of Dauvllle Is the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Kin nalrd John Francis and wife of Dan yule havo been with the family of Mr Joseph Francis They were accom panted homo by Miss Tommlo Francis Miss Alllo Tribble of Richmond has boon visiting In this vicinity Lewis Herndon came up from Central Univer elty Friday Tbe franchise for the Lancaster wa ter works will bo sold on the let Satur day Ip March Judo J S Robinson and Capt Wm Herndon constitute the commltleo to receive bids Tbo water to be used is 2t miles from the city at Dlx river and in tbe greatest abund 1 Rata Surveys were made as long as two years ago and an engineer was here from St Louis to complete all ar rangements but tho matter has been given little consideration until quite recently The question again is arouse log public interest and tbo committee aro anxiously awaiting communications from Eastern contractors There wero three interments In the Lancaster Cemetery on Friday Tbe remains of Mr Nixon Perkins which reached hero from San Antonio Texas on Wednesday night The burial of Col John Henderson who had reached his S4lh year and leaves one daughter Silts Alice Heuderson teacher of tho Garrard Graded School The funeral of J M Hlgglnbolham was conducted at tbo Christian church by Elder R H Elliott of Lexington assisted by Elder A R Mooro An unusually largo concourse of people wero present at tbo services the Garrard Graded School attending In a body and the bank offi cials acted as pall bearers all tbo bust nest houses of the city wero closed out of respect to the late president of the Clllzens Bank and tbo floral designs wore very beautiful and were ordered from city florists Tbo tribute paid tho memory of J M Hlgglnboiham by Rev Elliott was both touching and ap prpprlato As a publicspirited clll zon as a financier and business man and the highest of all as a helpful friend and unassuming Christian hit character was Impressively delineated MATRIMONIAL ttarv The Rev T DeWitt Talmage an nounces the engagement of his daugb ter Maud to Clarence Wyckoff of Ithaca N Y Several business bouses In Scotte vllle were destroyed by a fire which started al 2 oclock Sunday morning The loss Is estimated at 1300ooJ mIlIJrFjFj Playing tfe Mischief I with prices on the remainder of our r iEJheasvweight Clothing Suits and rfifLJchasers happy Prices so cheap that jfi EiIitwill pay you to buy whether you clothes or not i IT PAYS TO TRADE li THE ATIMarchant Tailoring Cleaning Is m Your money back it youre not satisfied l ff mILLER HIRSCH DanVlIIBdf 1WwiIA J1y A yA JT = Overcoats Winter Suits and Odd Pants still go at cost but this will i not last long Buy now tC save mon- eyCummins a McGIary DBNTRflL OIL BflS mINING GO- Of Lexington Kentuckyr II N Loud Irest Au Sable Mich W II Clay Vice Prcs Lexington A P Gooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Secc Treas Our holdings consist of bbout 0000 acres in Wayne county Ky about one and onehalf miles from the great Sunnybrook Held about 0000 acres in Liccoln county Ky and COO acre in Licking Valley in nth county cose up to Ragland We havo started to drill in all three counties and expect to strike oil in eVlr1 well We aro still acquiring very valuable lards in addition to those already secured and lying in close proximity to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of tho treasury stock will bo sold at i5 a he par valve of shares 610 each This stock will we confidently believe bo soiling for par in thirty days f ontTake PUisthe ural agitation caused by cathartics II compels continual ana Increasing doses to attain the results on the Chills form of Inter cf tho FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE II II CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Directors J B Paxton J B Offiley 8 II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Successor to The Farmers Hank k Trust Company and under same management continuously for 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will lf prove mutually beneficial 1cureintestlneslexecute ws livere eacts LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Officers B n SHANKS President J B pWSLEY Cashier W M nillailT Aist Cashier THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Is I Candidate tor Railroad Commlnloocr for tbe 3d DUtrict lUblect to the will of the democracy TUE Paducah News Democrat seems to have taken this fellows raeaiuro with a very reliable rule when It tajra of him McKenzlo Moss Is a weak HDP who will be permitted by the reo publican majority In OODJJ re a to servo a portion of tbe term for which Jobn Rhea was elected and draw Rheas salary He la no more fit to be a Con grcssman than any cigarettesmoking counter jumptn dude In Bowling Green Ho will never rise In his seal to say Mr Speaker He will hOWe- Ver probably be able to find hla way to the sergeant at arms office to draw his per diem mileage and stationery At the end of the term he will never be heard of again OVER 1400 Invitations have been Is sued to newspapers throughout the country for the dinner to be tendered the American press by the New York Staata Zeltung In honor of Prince Hen ry At the request of the authorities in Washington Mayor Low of New York will present the prince the free dom of the city upon bis arrival Feb 22 Instead of Feb 25 as originally intended Up to the hour of going to press the INTERIOR JOURNAL had not received Its invitation but of course the trouble Is with tbe malls PARTIAL statistics of defalcation and embezzlement In the United States and Canada during 1901 show that about 87800000 went astray In this criminal fashion Considering the temptations that beset custodians of other peoples money and the little punishment they receive for their wrong doing the wonder Is that the percentage of loss should be slight as compared with tbe enormous aggregate of the countrys financial transactions GOVERNOR TAFT of the Philippines gets 820000 and each of his four as sistants 815000 while there are 20 officials who daw from 14000 to 87600 a year In all there aro 4600 employee not quite half of whom are Americans Tbe salary roll runs to over 83000000 of which over two thlyde goes to the Americans Great extravagance is the principal feature of the effort to gov ern tbe Filipinos TUE Lexington City Council has set aside 81000 to be used In entertaining the members of tbe Legislature upon the occasion of their visit today This Is 87 apiece for tbe Solons and some big beads and sick stomachs may be expected in Frankfort tomorrow THE republican postmaster at Man chester Tenn has resigned but bo did it rather than be fired He Is under arrest charged with despoiling ayoung woman and it Is to be hoped that his will be a step from the postotlice to tbe gallows NUMEROUS lawyers who no doubt 1wantto gain some reputation in one way or another have volunteered to defend Mrs Soffel who assisted the Biddies to escape from tbe Plttsburg allTilE Harrodsburg Democrat has more newsy crisp locals than any pa per we know of Messrs John Grime and Charlie Terbune are making that publication a model of a homo paper THE Legislature is half over and on ly one bill has been passed by both houses although over 600 have been Introduced It Is likely a cool thousand bills will be offered this session IF you want to get rich quick get on the New York City police force An other cop In that city has bought an apartment house In a swell part of town paying 8160000 for It- POLITICAL I I f Twelve nalUo born Kontuckians have been governors of Missouri Two hundred and eighty clerks were dismissed from the Cecsus Bureau at Washington SaturdayI Gov Beckbam approved tbe joint resolution favoring the election of Uni ted States Senators by popular vote The Legislative Executive and Ju dicial Appropriation Bill embracing the sum of over 825000000 waa pass ed John D Evans of Morehead will be appointed a member of the State board f Equalization to succeed Z Taylor Young resigned The lower Bouse of Congress has passed tbe bill establishing a Federal court at Cattettsburg Its passage by the Senate Is expected Philippine Governor Taft told the Senate committee at Washington bow hard a time he has managing to live on 820000 a year at Manila In his testimony before the Senate Philippine Committee Gov Taft ad vocated the purchase by Congress of the lands owned by the friars saying nothing gave the Phlllplnoa so much trouble as the friars fIe said he would favor a tariff reduction of 60 per cent and thought the concession would have a good political effect t 4 e Beyond tbo killing after a sharp fight In the Kentucky House of tho bill to abolish the State Board of Equal ization little was done In the Leglsta toro yesterday Former Secretary of the Treasury Gage Is said to have accepted the pre idency of a New York trust company at a salary of 8100000 annually The Philippine tariff bill will con tinue to hold the floor In the Senate this week but there are no prospects of Its Immediate passage there being still many Senators who desire to be heardThe bill before the Kentucky Legis lature to prevent the stealing of elec tricity Is attracting attention in Louts yule where owners of electrical plants claim tbo thefts have grown to enor mous proportions The democrats of Grant county held a mass meeting at Wllllaocetown and adopted resolutions protesting against tbe proposed transfer of that county from the 6th to the 9th Congressional district A committee of 20 was appointed to go to Frankfort to oppose the change Representative Klalr of Lexington has offered an act to authorize city clerks of second class cities to select a dally newspaper to be known as the of tIclal newspaperQAll proceedings of wards of council and other city print log to be published therein at adver tising rates The Fairbanks amendment to tbo Urgent Deficiency bill adopted by the Senate last week covers the big Kentucky war claim and If tbe Houso con curs In the amendment Its payment will probably be accomplished within six months The claim amounts to about 8000000 NEWS NOTES Count Tolstois condition Is reported 13 be alarming The Kentucky Grand Lodge A O U W Is In session In Louisville Miss Lydia Williams aged 82 years was burned to death In Mason county Safe blowers got 15000 In gold from the Lemon Banking Co at Acwortb GaMission buildings near Canton Chi na were destroyed by an antiChris than mob For a third time Henry Webmboff of Louisville was acquitted of operas lag a poolroom- A tank of 30000 gallons capacity ia to be erected at once In the Rowan county oil fields Jack Potter a fireman was fatally hurt In a collision between two freight trains at Danville The condition of Theodore Roose velt Jr Is slightly less favorable Both lungs are affected Sim Debarn under Indictment for murder who has twice escaped from Irvine jail was recaptured Tbe death of Mary Bell of Louis ville of measles Is the fourth death in the family within eight days Fourteen persona were seriously In jured by an early morning fire which did 8300000 damage In Brooklyn Fire In the business center of Elber tn Ga Sunday morning caused dam ale which is estimated at 8100000 The City Savings Bank at Detroit failed to open for business It Is In the oands of the banking commissioner A riot call was turned in on account of a fierce fight between rival factions of a Greek orthodox church at Chicago Vice Admiral Montejo who was com minder of the fleet at Manila which Admiral Dewey destroyed Is dead at MadridNewton Cooper the wealthiest citizen of Maysville died at Cincinnati where be had submitted to an opera tlon for tumor Tbe chapter house of tbe Beta Theta PI fraternity at Indiana University Bloomington was destroyed by fire Sunday morning The will of Marcellus Hartley tbe late New York financier was offered for probate yesterday The estate Is valued 820000000 The new navy of ibo United States has cost the Government 899803028 for construction and 89343235 for repairs on completed vessels Judge Evans of the Federal court got a turn down when the U S circuit court granted ball to J M McKnlght tbe Louisville bank wrecker J S Mitchell car Inspector for the Lexington Street Railway Company sUpped on a sheet oi ice on Main street and falling fractured his skull San Francisco has a murder mystery rivaling the Durant case A girls rude body was found Ina room and a man who wore a clerical garb Is sue pected Mayor HT Duncan of Lexington hal assailed the Fayette fiscal court In a card to tbe public He criticises the court for Its management of county finances Kentucky sells hothouse lambs in winter to New Yorkers at a dollar a pound Then Florida comes along and gets all that money for strawberries at four dollars a gallon At Little Rock Bourbon county wblio giving an Imitation of Carrie tattoo Squire Preston dropped a hatchet on his foot severing tho great toe In realistic Nation style President Henry T Oxnard of tbe American Beet Sugar Association yes terday petitioned the House Ways and Means Committee to secure data re regarding the Cuban sugar Industry i w d IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Susan Witbrow aged 7111 dead at Parkvlllc The D A Ra of Danville will Rife an old fiddler contest In tho Spring A handsome Baptist church at Waco Madison county was destroyed by fire LOSTTwo 600 to W0 pound catty between Stanford and our house Lutes 1 Co Five rural free delivery routes have been ordered established March 1 at Georgetown The residence of E R Moore near Park vllle was burned while he was at church Sunday F Kruegor of Mt Vernon will con tract this week to build a large academy at Plkevlllo The pump house belonging to the Louisville Naslvllle at Wlldlc burn ed Loss 81600 Wm McGlfford shot and killed Henry Warden near Mlddlcsboro Mo GIfford was also badly shot Peas Robinson won the prize In the old fiddlers contest at flarrodsburg Thomas Claunch got second Hares grocery store and Lough bridges hemp office burned at Nlcbol asvllle causing a 85000 lots In a quarrel over a tax receipt Squire Brummett severely cut WIl- lIam Carmlcal at Livingston John Southern of MIddlesboro was seriously injured by falling from a load of bay on the prongs of a pitchfork- Lt R C Bards enlisted 10 Negroes for the regular army at Danville Tbe recruits were secured In about an hour Mrs Mary Tevls of Madison county was horribly burned In trying to save her little daughter who was fatally burnedA entered Mr Frazee cellar at Bryantsvlilo and carried away GO cans of fruit consisting of apples blackberries pears strawberries peaches and tomatoes J E Wright of this city has about completed a fine monument to mark the last retting place of the late Pres ton Burgle It Is of Barrio granite and cost S00Advocate- Miss Mary Hysinger the pretty daughter of William Hyslnger died at her home near Brodbcad Saturday of consumption and was burled In the family burying ground Sunday The town council of Barbourvllle has peeled an ordinance empowering tbo people to vote an act to float 820000 In bonds It la to be applied as follows 810000 Is to be expended on tbe streets and 810000 for lights and water works An exchange says a two weeks old baby of William Westerfield of Perry vllle has a set of developed teeth which perhaps warrants the Idea that It was born to start early Into the chewing gum habit Harrodsburg Democrat THIS AND THAT A company has been formed In Louis ville for the purpose of canning eggs Rex visited New Orleans and bust ness In that city Is practically suspended There was an imposing military parade Rev George Gowen of Louisville has an enrollment of 60 young men In his Bible class that meets In his study every Sunday morning at 10 oclock- R S Scudder of McKlnney has received a fine combined stallion Royal Denmark which will make the season at his farm Watch these columns for bid ad- Rev U S G Perkino pastor of tbe Northern Methodist church at MId dlesboro has begun the publication of a monthly journal which Is called tbe Mountain Home and Church Advocate The church people are pushing the local option legislation at Frankfort Of the 119 counties only seven are without prohibition precincts six are practically wet 48 are wholly prohibi tlon and 58 are practically prohibition The Hindoo twins Radlca and Dor dtda who were united In amapner elm lIar to the Siamese twins who were exhibited throughout the world were separated by Dr Doyon The opera tion lasted 20 minutes and was entirely successful JS Banghman of Lincoln has pur chased a span of mare mules for 8276 W T Robinson has bought T B Brlghts two yearoldjack 16 hands and 1 Inch for 8475 John Wclalger has sold his crop of 15000 pounds of tobacco to tbe Continental Company at Harrodsburg at 7c Advocate Nearly half a billion dollar are now Invested In the telephone Industry in the United States while the number of helloes recorded each year by a sin gle corporation runs up to nearly two billions or an average of nearly 30 calls for every man woman and child In the United States The total capital Invested In the Independent telephone business in this country including toll lines and manufacturing establish tents Is estimated at from 8125000000 to 8150000000 The United States Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis has rendered a de cision that will release about 200 men from Federal prisons The court holds that regular army officers are not com petent to sit in courts martial for tbe trial of officers and soldiers in the vol unteer service SALEMr A J Hayden will lave a sale of his personalty on Tuesday Feb 25 Sea ad next Issue e x Surprise Specia Sale NO2 At TOE RACKET STORfr Vntch this space every Tuesday and Friday for bargainst verlweltMeol wonted ranLl worth 13 all long as they last at ft at 40c itoys suits alze 8 to 15 well worth 1350 go at DB- cMeus overalls at 10 cents u pair Mens pure wonted Butte equal to tailor made color well worth 16 60 sizes 33 to 12 about 15 lulls lets at S388 Mons II shoes cut to Dec Ment box calf and vlcl kid shoes worth 1380 po at 11110 llojs shoes worth II 35 go at Eta Menen hats all the lato shapes at OSc Sheriffs Notice All taxpayers of Carey county who have not paid their taxes for llUi may expect to have their personal property lorlcd on In the nut 20 You un save yourself tbls mortification by paying your taxes at onco T J HELL Sheriff of Casey County Ky Cattle For Sale I Thirty Rood tock Steer 2 and 3fenr old and five yearling Heifers 32 of tho lot reds and red STOKESRItO- SStoke Itossell Co Ky Livery Outfit For Sale- I with to sell livery business at Me KInncy and will make the price right to the buyer AlA having a Rood but dont like the or call for partic ulan JOIN COULTER McKinney FOR RENT Seventeen acres of good farming land on Seals Creek 2 K mite south of Stanford Good average building lleasonable rent JAB 11UTOHINSON A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hla amices as = uoto ear to the people of Lincoln County Ho will plcuo you both in work price Write to him BROWN 8 BROWN Attorney atLaw Office in Masonic Bids SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Court also In United States and ItankrnpUy Oouru Collections made and prumptlv Courier Journal Two year week onlySI The TwIceaWeek CourlerJnurnal tbe best published In tho United States for Democrats and for all readers It Is the equal of many dulls and the superior of other semiweeklies or weeklies I1ENKY WATTEUSON Editor The Wednesday Issue Is devotod to news matters tho Saturday Issue to the homo Dy a special arrangement you can the INTERIOR JOURNflU and tbe SemiWeekly CourierJournal both for one year tot only ssoThis U for cash subscribers only If You Want Catalogues or Briefs Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads StatementsEnvelopes Dodgers Posters FlamersContracts LeasesPrescription Books Prescription Blanks ChecksDrafts Orders Etc Etc Tile Interior Journal iA the place to get them quick and cheap semcz + nrae srt We positively guarantee every article to bo sold just as advertised Wring us your produce It Is at pd is cash THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town rton100 silks RO nt SOc outing cloth 3kc Ladles 1150 shoes cut to tee 1125 shoes 1 cut to 300- carpets and matting and oil clptlis at re prices 150 collars at tc lie cults at IOcIRubbers at lOc a pairChildrens at ISe 1meoworth ISe on these two days go at Be 01J MURRAY McADAMS DANVILLI LEADING JEWELERS DATE The largest and most complete stock of JewIelry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky J NVo art also Graduate Opticians and can fit your 1 eyes scientifically and correctly Three expmirdiced jewelers employed in our repair isfaction ffuaruntced Wo sell Gorham SilvertI i Watch Bargains Having an oversupply of 0011 Filled 11atellos 20 I GoldrLadiesa groat discount for the next 30 days as I need the money Cut int glass china and mantol clocks go also W H MUELLER L- V I A CLEARANCE SALE 1 rMy stock of winter goods is now on the market at j This will include Overcoats and I Boots and Shoos and other goods mention in this ad Heros 20 Pounds GranulatedKYCOST 1 This sale is for cash No goods prices so dont ask it Sale Thursday January IGth r the aTe HUSTONVILLE s Dee T Leave your I I Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent Wltb BestI Material and Accurate Work marjshlp CRAIG HOCKER Our Line of j IiI Groceries Hardware Chinaware I Quccnsware Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete Tho best selected lino that could be had 1IPtis now on Display GEORGE H FARRIS a CO WB McROBERTS t DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and r Medicines Prescriptions Accurate ly Compounded at Very ReaI I sonable Prices I OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY I jra THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PEn 11 1002 jt In Oiling your wo ue- othorlgbtmedlelneelathecxaetpropor 2 proper care Wo not do bettor If yon paid us double the price which la alwavs reasonable Penn Drug Storo I 1 iPERSONALS 1M F ELKIN Is convalescent MARY MCAKEK continues ill MRS M C BURNBIUE continues quite Ill oJ w JCWIEJ WALCOHNwentto Frank tort Sunday DAN TWADDELL was down from Cor p bin yesterday I ofTof Mt Vcr non was here today Mu W M OtiAHAM of Ilalsoy 1was tho guest of Claud King MCAUSTEK is at homo from bjMADnicuspent a few days with Mack Ljtlo DR E J DROWN wont to Mt Vor I non today on professional business Mn J It DEAZLKY and wife and I Mr E n Bctiloy arc In Lexington ATTORNKV J It BUSH of Richr t mood spent Saturday with friends t pWILLIAMand Mrs W E Arnold has scarle- fever Nits WM MORELAND of Kansas City Is with her daughter Mrs W C Shanks Dit JACKSON G1VEN8 and Mr John W Dastln of Pltuburg wero hero Sunday I E V CARSON of tho West Kud has rented his mother farm for this yea for 1450 CIIARLIB SAUPLGY has a boldly Iiepralnedhis room Dlt A S PRICE Improving slowly MR M J IIOKFMAN Of Wllllami V burg Is down looking after his farms a the West End MR D M Li ITS of Huston vllle was bore today returning from a trlnI through Eastern Kentusky Miss DHHTHA SlsfilBTON of More land was the guilt of Miss Ktbel returned hie sis ltepubllol1nJ Mo va gone of Mr Smiths health Illobmond Ileglstor I G H WILKINSON of Liberty where u yesterday grumbling because be does not got his I J earlier alter Its publication LION It C WAIIKBN spent yesterday with llockcattlo democrats and sh hands with nearly every man at t Mt Vernon court COL W G WELCH returned Satu r s day from Philadelphia where ho has been under treatment and Is consider r ably Improved wo are glad to elate NEWS comes from Owonsboro that Mrs Newman Dirk has presented her husband with a ton Tbo mother was Miss Allco Daughman of this place MESSRS A J HAYDEH C II Sin rI gleton and Ward Mooro of tbo East End loft today for Indian Territory and t Oklahoma with the vioa of locating A B FLORENCE president Buffalo Oil Co hue just returned from ICnox county where he secured tbo lease of some land near the 1000 barrel gusher struck thero Christmas day MR AND MRS I M BRUCE enter tAlne4 aim six oclock dinner Saturday Mr and Mrs n C Wray Mrs Moll Wray Mrs E P Moritz and Miss Nettle Wray and Ophelia Lackey MR W L EVANS was hero from Hustonvlllo Saturday for the first time In a year Stanford had grown so much during his absence Mr E at first thought bo was In Little Britain SATURDAYS Louisville Times con tamped a threecolumn half taco cut Miss Cecil NleM tbo beautiful daug tor of Mr and Mrs C 8 Nlold ol Loulsvlllo Miss Nleld Is preparing for an extensive trip abroad MORRIS AND ROSCOE PERKINS of ICrabOrchard loft today for Pbwnlx for tbo benefit of the tatters health Tbo young people of the lr d town gavo them a party last night at which everybody present bad a good t tlmo MRS M O SAUFLEY was called to Gallatln Tenn Sunday by A tolc r announcing tbo serious lllneta of M Jennie Gloeter whoso mother died only a few days since Miss Salllo GI tar another nelco of Mrs Saufley also at the point of death at Illver Side AlabamaFt LOCALS FRIDAY Is St Valentines day Council letters for sale J8 Mob- Ie McKlnney 1TnY Force the bast cereals GcorgB H Farris k Co TUG 21u1 bob Higgins yelterITRY Seml colCoal Tho very beet to bo had J B Baughman Co NEWEST fancies In stationery just received Craig d Hooker A PROHIBITION Alliance with 30 members was organized at Moreland last week I MARSUAL JONES has 245 days In fines to work on the streets and his gang will begin at onto cleaning the town up generally byIIapeby paper and paint They will be hero about the 20th JASON JOSKINS COMPANY which played hero to a small bouso some two weeks ago went to tho wall at Lawronceburg THERE will bo 22 contestants In eluding ono lady la the old fiddlers contest at Turnersvillo tonlcht Do- tter go If you don t wont to miss a good time DR W C ROUERTS announces that Central University Danville has 10 UOO of thn 125000 seeded to secure tbo gilt of 25000 ottered on those terms a graduate W H MUELLER 3eweior Is of feting great bargains In gold filled and solid gold watches etc for the next 30 days It wilt pay you to see him Ols loss will honour gala WILL PROTEST A delegation of Rockcostlo citizens passed down to at noon to protest against districttFINED ana and Pierce Stewart were tinted 15 each for jumping o n moving trains Arthur Duttou caught It for till for disorderly coo duct All parties aro colored OLD COIN Mr C H Carter of the Auatrar copper prizes l t so highly ho Is afraid to carry it In his pocket thinking that bo might lose It or be robbed RESIDBNCE SOLD Tho Central Ken tuoky Real Estate Exchange k Title Co sold to Cloarn Reynolds for bis daughter Mrs A P Quip Saturday i tbo Cronsbaw cottage on Logan Ave un for 1000 Mrs Dunn and family will move to It to a short while Bio GOOSE W A Pettus of the Milledgevllle section killed a wild gooiio the other day that weighed 10 pounds and measured five foal and six Inches from tip to tIp of wings an three trot from Us head to tip of Its tall This IN a good sign that winter Is broken Mr Pettus thinks CitlCKBN THIEK SIIOTAbc Lester living spar Perrvvllle returned bon o fete at night and saw a moo near bis hoe house Do tired at him and brought him to the ground Tbo Invader w hohois should bo a warning to Lincoln county th loves T We have a number of accounts that while old are not barred by limitation i that will bo placed In tbo hands of an attorney for collection March 1 A statement will bo sent to each person who owes giving him ono moro chance to pay without being sued Savo costs by settling bolero tbo share date E 0 Walton A YOUNG farmer remarked the nth dopyI seo this follow Moro Anon writes for your paper sometimes must do tote of writing for I have sac bis name signed to pieces In near every paper I tiara ever read W the devil Is bo any way Ho loll bOo loving Mr More Anon was a resident ceof Danville IT seems to us our people are making a mistake In not trying harder to got fren rural mall delivery In this county It would bo the greatest con vonlonco Imagloablo and the cost would br comparatively nothing Think ov era the matter and If you aro for free de ofilbce S authorlzlo5nlcaltools to bo used on dirt and gravel roads was reported favorably by the Committee on Internal Improvements and ordered to lie second reading His bill to prohibit the manufacture and sale of cigarettes was also favorably re ported and advanced to Us second read Ing orleedied Saturday of pneumonia slier a atlesome two years ago and many remem bar Mrs Allen as a most lovable woman Besides the husband a son and daughter are left to mourn this good wife and mother KEtLY Capt Hlggoos wally for merly a prominent survoyorand farm er of the Hanging Fork section of Lin coin county died at Lakeland Asylum last Sunday and his remains were ICAofrna turos true courage ox- IlblO honor and undovlatlng truthful Somerset Journal Wo know Kelly was lll but the above Is ibo first Intimation we had of bis death Go to Miss Sacrays for tbo latest I styles In phonos j whereinI Boone Foil RENT ofmytwo real dences on West Main Street W PI Walton Go to Bcazley tornice new bedroom sots and furniture of all kinds Prices to suit purchaser A P STEWARTS smokehouse was robbed of throe sides of meat the other sight Tbo scamps also took ono of bis buggy wheels oft and appropriated It WALLACE WALTER will build a lyboulIhtstock of general merchandise In tbo Spring FOR youwant buy the best atom house and tho best stock of goods In the best little town In Kentucky address James Frye Hutton vlllo Ky I Tile INTERIOR JOURNAL end tbo TwlceaWeek Courier Journal for 1160 a year Our paper and Bryans Commoner for II 75 Take them all ibreo for 12 25 I THE auction of Sevoranco S Sons Saturday proved a great drawing card for the ladles and Mr Will Severance showed himself to be an auctlonor of a inholdafternoonSeW H have bt the In forest of the late E Brewer In tho Car penter House Saloon and will run It with Sid Myers In charge Mrs lire mor will continue the Carpenter House as a hotel Mr Bromer loft an estate worth about 15060thCORRECTION Mr J J Moore of Boyle asks us to say that his daughter who elDanvillewas thrown from her buggy lsttea of jumping as we stated In our last Is suo In giving a report of tbo trial o the suit tot damages that followed her deathdJAMBS FIR of Uustonvllle H H Singleton of Voyntsburg Dr J W Actoaof Klngsvllli and Wallace Walter oleo of Klngsvtllo were sow prletlImdnd tbo bet notwithstanding the re day 5 IN the county court yesterday the wills of Erick M Bremer and Mrs Sal lie J Ball were probated The former makes bis widow executrix and leaves bis entire estate to her Mrs Balls will names her son Thomas C Ball propertlay Green having failed to qualify as cot stable of tbo Waynettburg district the court appointed J T Brown and W O Watts was made his deputy MT fAblq attended Mt Vernon court yesterday and sever al visiting attorneys were present In eluding Hons It C Warren and F F Dobbin of this county Judge bla row arrived ai 11 oclock from W1I llamsburg and soon had court In ses lion His charge to the grand jury andras as Tbo dock iboecompleted this week Four wet1ye crowhd was THE handsome country homo of Mr ana Mrs ET Pence Sr was a plot 1 uro of gaiety and beauty Friday eve Ring when their charming daugh ler Miss Jennie Pence entertained In honor of her handsome guest MI Well a Clarkson of Charleston Mo Progressive Peanut Party The hover was artistically decorated and brilliantly Illuminated for the occasion There were tome 25 or more young la dles and gentlemen present Sev tables were beautifully arranged wi a stack of peanuts upon each ono at there who could pick up the most pea nuts from a stack without movln tho others were awarded too priz Six or seven tied for the prizes each picking up 11 then It narrowed down thobonorefirst prize a handsome couch pubo w and Stella Ruploy second prize t booby a doll made out of peanuts Re freshmenls were then served elegant In several courses consisting of Ices taker salted peanuts Pence end Clarkson wero the ebnrmlj of many compliments on tbo manner In which they entertained and every ono loll good at having had t pleasure of being present The follow ing young ladles and gentlemen we there Misses Ila noldam Ao Cooks Stella Rupley Alvlra and Susan VanArsdalo Virginia Warren Nancy Brent Nowland Cell Crooke Kath Ine Bauirhman Lucille Cooper Ant Pence Frances Spoonamoro Moee F S McClary Thomas D Newland Jr Harry Higgins George B Fills Sam Maibenv John Menefee flows Coleman G W Browne Jack Rout L R Hughes Robert Coffey La rence VanArsdalo and Dr R A Jones OLD nowsnaper for sale This office goodterm band J E Bruce WASHING machines and wringers at George H Farris Cos FOR harness plow gem trace chains otc go toJobn Brlirht Jrd Co a Tim Maccabees hereafter will meet on the 2d and 4th Mondays In each month WE will sell hay ands feed cheap for a law doge to reduce stock J H Baugh man A Co A LENGTHY letter from Rev Geo O Barnes on John Alexander Dowle and bis peculiar religion will appear In our Fridays issue THE willmeet tonight to do clde whether we shall have all sight service of street lights We hope to report next leave that wo will NEWS thattbero was a whole sale tight between Negroes In Danville yesterday evening but nobody was killed A number of heads wero badly biulsed bowever THE city council bas presented Chief of Police R G Jones with a handsome badge hat and a billy of the latest make The clever officer deserves all the good things be getspAUCTION agaiin Wednesday after epcolallyInvitedress Goods etc at your own price verance do Soot opposite court ho use A MAD dog has done considerable damage In the Krlger section during jtellsbeen bitten All efforts to kill e mad casino have tailed ITm second semi annual meeting of tho Eighth District Educational Also ation will be a big event Muslo Hall upondas convention andtvery of he district are on tbe program for ad- resses and all without exception have screed to respond Pro M O Winfrey of this plnuo ts secretary of tbe association Two of our best sturdiest far mere engaged In a figbi hero yesterday Mrtwaswwhile Mr Foster sustained a small cut on his obis Tbe trouble ramp up over a dog and as there will bo a trial we will glue particulars alter It occurs We deeply regret as do their many other friends the occurrence and hope tbelr differences will be satisfactorily adjusted at onco roA man in tbo northern part of the StAte Is raising chickens and obtaining mpney under fatso pretenses lie made his ben coop air tight and put curtains at the windows At noon ho draws the curtain making the ben house perlect ly dark so that the biddies go to roost and at Doe oclock ho raises the curtain letllng the light in Tho bone think proceedrto lay another eggs Its a mess trick equal to the man who put green spec t teles on hla horse and then fattened It or rye straw The green spectacles made the horse think It was bay Jack For Sale flack with white point 14 hand high 4 yeah old July 1DOY well bred and a line performer W P Itrndshaw TurneriYllle Kentucky J HBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable s6Rrucoe Old Stand Depot St STfUPOnO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travels ing Men Phone No 06 COALtdecided to remain et Rowland this dwinter and continue ID the coal business I am Dotter prepared than ever to handle coal and A portion ot your patron JelllcoeeAgents Wanted Having been duly aulborlzed and apt houseb0want several men and women to act as monthlqom Fiddlers Contest beat Turnersvillo Tuesday night Feb 11 1902 CENTSnaEntertainment will be opened by Rich ants urns aged 11 and 18 yeall You cant rnRord to miss this part for they ore natural urrewall all who come to her doors and we will see that nothing la spared that will f tor presrdand some from n dlatancawlil be In the con timewgusrasteed CARTER BROS Mgrs 0 r Ij I WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 Ae an sell Inducement we offer a complete stock In every department at prices that will theirgenerousi busIncasFancy sad Staple Groceries Glassware Qiieensware Shelf and Heavy Hardware Nails Wire of all kinds Economist Range Cook and Heating Stoves Etc Also Timoolhydelivery to phone orders Corner Opera House Block JOHN BRIGHT JR CO IlID rJ 1 Tj 71 Y etII 7 7fJ w t e LeO qq3 ttI3 q b qi rOS fi 1F + Shirt Sale a 4 t41 R Our entire tine of STIFF BOSOM rtj COLORED SHIRTS must be sold fcS 4 in the next six weeks We need i rt s+ the room anti the money and the a t prices we make will sell them eJP- z 2 50c Shirts at 38c Ir Five dozen SI Shirts at SOcs Several dozen SI Shirts the very new ts est and swellest things go at 7Sc4It W- JQfCi1 Remember this is a cash sale j J 41 4 y H J McROBERTSt we t 1 lz a n1ktrk a vOttft J ttC C L JI ot tS I fI f I 1 I u rWho iLtIt wtatuit 1 These arc the questions hundreds of people have m 3 askedabout J THE fjj i COMPANYIWe have taught the Portman 1 site Myers House and hope to have the same liberal patronage we have before enjoyed from our Lincoln county friends We promise t2 qualIIto maintain the same business principles as the old firm viz selling I veniently fixed to serve you On the first floor we will carry a firqt floorIPropMleeI r EEiE iE Higgins a McKinney Have about forty bushels choice home grown Red Clover Seed Northern Seed Oats c r CLOSING OUTI I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The readers of this paper know the kind and quality of tho goods I handle and tvhilo I ism waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods you have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE I4TK INTERIOR JOURNAL Xntcred n the pat oAtce at Stanford at i ictmdclatt matl- rtTubuonadxuanayaaanTrinlayw 1II PER YEAR CASH 4r vvnen not soDaldaaOO will be chart ed MIiIKNOXVillE DIVISION No 24 Train 101011 North JIMam No 76 4aoam NottS Ii South 12btam No 23 u s U BSpm For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 learr Stanford it IMa m No fitrrlrnstStanford 115am- No 21 lesres Stanford tt 230 pin ReA JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Offlceover IBg ins tit McKinneya Store Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoRnY w Xy MakeTand keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal ShlpstutT Bran Chick en Feed c Prices very reasonable Oua tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale stanItordtlon of a few Acres considered thin land Bnfflclent stock water and some good fenc timber though no dwelling only a core crib It Is a very desirable little place Will sell at 125 per acre Call at this office FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T B Bright 0 Co Will hold on February 1002 a big JACK SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but flrstclass jacks H Cs RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BlralE J sm Pms JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling MenIGrain and liar For Sale Mason HotelMRS a D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid ta Iq Ever ling first class Porters meet all trains 8- 9EIIRDILLEHAY DAITVILLEKY Manufacturer o- fBRICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prl- ceePOSTED The following persons have their lands pasted and they will punlth to the full ex tent of thelaw any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise ties passing on them W Boone O D Poone J IiO A Ileosanta 01 Nowland- n P Notrland W H Juggles n L Grow E P Woods- J E Bruce Ueo D Hopper 8 n naugbraan R O Mocker J 8 Rocker A B Oroaddas Mrs J M White J W llanghmi J W Adams S T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballon J M Adams 0 T A Rice StlssSIaryfepi Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W F Amon J II Foster Ernest Ulltaann David Stephens Aaron Ball On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread a thin coating of PURE REFINED- PARAFFi N E Will keep them stnoluttlr raplnturo and acldprooC turofeanNt1Ammnelalao ineful In a dotm other ways about the house Full directions In each Kckage MokleTtrywlnre STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In arst c ass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J n OKKER Stanford Ky V 8 PRICE Bnrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OOceoriir UcBoberta Drue Store In the Owsle Ualldlot FOR SALE My resldenco property In McKinney con taming six rooms two porches veranda nil necessary outbuildings nice shades good garden A desirable location and a- bargain Call on or address U VANHOOK McKlnnoy Kv Small Farm For Sale Situated near Peyton Well contains about SO acres and Is now occupied by Sam uel Bishop Bas fair bouse of 4 rooms and the outbuildings aro In good repair Spring and well both close to house Is In a good atate of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow IS acres in wheat t2 for corn and balance In grass Terms U cash balance 1 and 2 yean COLUMBUS BISHOP Shelby City Ky J+ G MCCbMYEXIJALMER And Dealoar In- 13RNESSSDDLERY 0 4 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS tJNDEB rAltERS ALSO DKALXM FurnltarcMatt1URsItugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Grtethem a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN O Eye Bpeclallstjof tonliTllle will be at D St Asnpli HoteJStanford- Tuesday March 18 One day only Eyes examined and glasses sclenttdcallyjadjested Office hones 0 a m to 4 p m I 4 fir SlCORNER IN I j Copyright iByve SIMajor Wright had always been con sldered an odd old chap lie Inrarli bly did those things which wore not expected and left undone those thing for which his friends felt they had 11 right to look Even on the Stock Ex change whcro ho lied amassed a foe tune ho speculated ou lines dlrectl reportsI bls only son lord his sen- Ior year at college an unconscIonable- I amount of debt Instead of adopting the customary parental tactics be prompt- lyi paid the bills and doubled tho youu fellows allowance I Let tho boy bavo his fun he de dared This Is his last year In col lIege Why I sowed a few oats my at that age and look at me nowT But when a few years later Bertran married Edith Byrne a favorite on tho light opera stage family friend held their breath and waited for tho deluge ot fatherly wrath Surel Major Wright who traced his geneal ogy to tho Mayflower would never overlook this Aristocratic blood faui lly pride and parental affection all would rebel ngalnst the mesalliance But again did the majors proverbla contrariness assert Itself lIe received the bride with open arms Not so tho social set In which the Wrlghts had always moved Consorv ativo in the extreme with old fashion ed suspicion of stage life and stage people still lurking In their minds they declined politely but firmly to receive young Mrs Wright In spite of the foci that tho majors wife now gone to her long rest bad been their lender lu her day and the old Wright mansion i favorite rallying ground before Bertram was born Tbo new Mrs Wright had once played boy roles and worn Hero the speakers voice would be discreetly lowered and a feeling ot general despair over Bertrams pros pects would settle upon Elm gossips As for the major he seemed to grow young again In the Invigorating society of his new found daughter who was a charming girl and felt a genuine af fection for the dear old chap who had so easily forgiven her for winning his sons love To make the two men hap py became her object In life Their wishes were first In tho household and tho major became her devoted slave to the extent that the slightest lack of attention on the part of the husband was promptly resented and alone for by some delicate little courtesy ou the part of tho fatherin lawEgad sir ho would say to his old cronies at the club you dont know my daughter Shes the dourest little woman lu tho city sir And the men who mot her agreed with Major Wright cordially and openly The women however con tinued to raise their lorgnettes and their shoulders when she passed by and carefully refrained from leaving cardsThe major for the time was so happy that he did not notice the social oetin clew to which the house of Wright was beIng subjected and the younger mew bore of the family were too thoughtful to bring the condition to Ills atten tion When be finally woke up to a realization of the situation he was quickly transformed Into a mimic vol cano that Is Internally Outwardly ho disdained to discuss tho matter with anyone least of nil with the two people essential to his happiness Instead ot talking he wrote out n handsome check and sent Mr and Mrs Bertram Wright abroad for the summer lie felt sure some solution of the problem would present Itself during their ab sence But alas the day of their Com- Ing arrived and tho doughty major realized that ho was no nearer storm- Ing the social citadel than when the young couple had sailed for Europe In the society columns of tho dally pa pers he had read that Mrs Edmund A Glider was to give tho first Important social function of tho ensuing Sea son a dancing party The Gilder ball room was the pride of the social world In which the Wrlghts had moved The ileganco of the entertainment tho exclusiveness of the Invitation list and the beauty of the youngest daughter who was to make hr debut on tide treat occasion all furnished material tor newspaper gossip And Major iVrlght sat In his library fingering an oblong creamy envelope directed to Major WInslow A Wright Only me Invitation and Bertram and for rams sweet wife would be homo that layl lie tossed the Invitation on his desk mad walked lawn to his office a storm ot wrath seething In his warm loving icart Before he settled down to bust less a messenger appeared and handed elm a note with In Haste Deliver mmedlately written across one corner Major Wright toro It open and read it hurriedly then again carefully and a third time more deliberately than be ore These words met his eyes Mr Dear Wright For Gods sake let cat have rait O N end It I Im short stout roo sham and it I dont get them Im s ruined man I will pal any price Make your own terms Yours EBXCXD It GILDU Major Wright told the messenger to walt five minutes In the main office hen locking himself In he thought lard and fast For a long time there had been ru flora on the street that the firm of Slider Son hind lost heavily In the collapse of a Belgium syndicate but the Invitations for tho ball had dono wWa eL n YwJlsad much to quiet suspicion Perhaps no one besides Major Wright knew just how deeply tho flan was involver And now what did this note mean Glider had evidently contracted to di liver BOO shires of C N and It win the flurry over Uils tuck wan on nud ho had found on arriving at the cx thong that a curlier was being formI ed He had gone from broker to bro kcr offering any prleo to save his credit and then ho luul jememboro Wright who lied C X mid It stock to burnyes that was the very ex invasion Ulhlrr probably used lilt It wits not the thought of this which canoed Major Wright to chuckle de llghtedly na he wrote the followln note Dear CIUfrI sci sorry to bur of your till cully At for myself Ite kept out ol the nark t for a week TItHe Oarrlf are tad for raw bo hate niched our Ir Yt I lute sons C Nod R tock sail 1v lId t cood many offers for It yours not twlng the lint by any means Sill as you ire so old family friend I will ghsd- loblige your I am Jut going down to the dock to meet my son and diushlcr who are leturnli from abroad and the stock which you mention II not kept hen but In my uft at home You liT that you mlly mutt hate this tock Very wall Then It your wife and diuxbteri will call at my home this afternoon they will ranirt from tb hands of lire Dertr m Wright s fuckife done up In white piper Tbe eentenls tbertot will be unknown te my dauglittr sad It It my who that tl thouMneter learn the truth If you need aDI further aulitinec in IMlnf ever the tltuitlen do not hesitate to rail en yours truly Wuttav It Wsionr That afternoon the Glider broughai drew up before Major Wrights home and n few moments Inter Mrs Bci tram Wright greatly surprised but perfectly self iwswofsed was receh Ing from three Imlulitoniely gowns women n well bred welcome on ber return to America The very lIlxt morning the postman left two oblotif creamy cnvelopm One was ndilresne to the major the other to Mr and Mn Bertram Wright And If the pretty btit1e over fouin the Invltutlon first tttelntl by the tarn Jor or guessed nt the contents of tke package she dollverwl to Mm lit1 ninnil A Glider on the occasion of that memorable call she was too wise n Vo until to whisper It even 16 her dotiiij fntherlnlnw for It required only tb allpoor nee of Mm Bvrtrem Wrlsrh at the Olldcr Iwll to odablish her w clal standing and to justify Mnjo society Wrights corner In C N and Rant CHURCH MATTERS Rev R R Noel is holding a ineollo at Brodheadj Rev Dr J T M Johnson gnu up a 110000 Income to enter the Ounili Seminary at Loutavlllo Pope Leo Is preparing a lilt of Amci can Catholic bishops to supersede tboI old Spanish bishops In tho Philippines Gosben church has unanimously call ed Elder J G Livingston for anotbe year making 22 years ho has serve hat church Southern Methodists now bare four ravelin preachers loons local preach er In 1850 they had three local proaon OrB to one traveling preacher After fourdanof almost oonilouou Uoueslon the committee on Creed Ra lilon denied tbat the American Pros Vtertan church ever taught the doc rlneof infant damnation The sacrament of the xirds SliPper was administered In the Jewish avna togas at SpriBfflsjld 0 Sunday tbi lIrst time the obrlstlan oaramoay hOll akin place la a Oebrsw bouM Ot ware hip A GOOD THING German Syrup is the prewrljv lion of Dr A Boichee a celebrated Gor- man phyt Iclan and Is acknowledged to bu one of the moat fortunate discoveries In medicine It quickly cures Coughs fclda and all Long of tbo sever est nature removing on it does the caused the affection and Joavtng the 111rllin a trong and healthy condition aD experimental medicine but has stood the test of years giving satisfaction In every CIU which Its rapidly incra ing Iil1le overr season confirms Two million ottlcs sold annually Boschtes German yrup wee Introduced In tho United States In 1808 and Is now sold in every town and village in the civilized world Three dOf88 wilt relieve any ordinary cough Prlco 75 cts Got Greens Special Alma teat Pennys Drugstore MARDI GRAS QUEEN CRFSC T- ROUTENew Orleans Feb 11 Great e8t MidWinter Fete In the worldweln and beautiful Low rato excursions Queen Crescent Route Finest train orvlco In the South Two fast 24boui trains every day In the year from Cln Innatl The trip through the beautl ful Southern country ls a holiday in Itself All Inquiries gladly answered Free printed matter W C Rlncar 800 G P A Cincinnati FOR STOMACH T110UBLE5 I have taken a great many diOcrcn medicines for stomach trouble and con Ipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dunk orton Iowa but never had as good reo- suIts from any as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by Craig tit locker druggists A Detroit statistician Dr Hoyt makes calculations that by the year 2162 all human beings will bo crazy It Is very clever In him to defer tho evil- day eo lonllLex Democrat floe REWARD 1100 The readers of tblapa r wilt be pleased to learn that then It at lent one dreaded dlwato that d- eote has been able to cure In all Its stages and tllil la Catarrh Ualli Catarrh Cure la the cure known to the medical fraternityllOlllhe a conttllutlonal dltea e s nttiintlontl treatment Iltlls CiUrrh sure I- Itato Interoilljr acilrg directly upon the blood lod mucous autfaces ot the system thereby de u011nl theauodatlonot the dleeue lod chlDI tbe strength by building nnthe oonitltu 1Ion and stalitlnf nature In dong tts work The aprietors have to much faith In Itt curative pow8n tbat they otTer One Hundred Dollars for oy cite that U falls to curs Send lor list of let aonlalt Addrcn Y J CHENEV tCO Toledo 0 Sold by dru liata Tee Ualll Family 11111 ITS the best f ijiiIIi hif I mol EyC WXITON Prest U K HUGHES Sec lie TUBa estlae re raw THE r Central Kentuky Real Estate EXchange c y I And Title COmpany I We offer for sale the following I I No tUoue and lot in Stanford Ky Hits five rooms hull porch in the rear n good gnrtlen in ix good neighborhood anti close to churches and school This is a good house for n Small fiuuilricc 8 O- NoI 2Asmul1 farm of 37 acres about 2J miles from Stanford house contains four good rooms hack porch and one veranda A good barn and other outbuildings nil in good repair Cut in six fields well fenced 20 arcs in cultivation one nero in fruit trees rest in grass This was bought at u Commissioners filo at a bargain and can be sold at n bargain It is close to schooland church and rally 2llI miles from Stanford Price 833 per aero Land adjoining suM for 8iO and 45 per acre Tills is a bargain J No 3Ilonie and lot in Stanford House contains live rooms A good stable fund 5 nom of land welt fenced This is one of the prettiest building lots in town there is room enough in front for two other cottages or n two story front could bo built to the cot tugo null 10 made a beautiful homo I This place will bo sold cheap as the owner must have money t No I TwoMory frame dw01linSI seven rooms hull and goodiNo 5 House and lot In Stanford Houte has tires rooms and front porch A good garden and stable In Rood re- IlIIlr This pace will be sold cheap No 6One of the prettiest cottages in Stanford Contains room large ball bathroom veranda and buck oroh Al good liable and garden This plicc U todate in every rei ect and in splen did repair Over a year ago this prop- ert1110lti for 12260 It can now be boutbt- for considerably less as the owner who live In another county needs the money for other purposes First National BankStanCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was established as the Itopoell flank of Stanford In 189 then reorganised althe National lInk of and again reorganized u the tint National tank of Blanfard la ISSt having had practically an uolater rapteJ existence fur 41 ara It is better supplied now with taelllllM for transact lHgou 4He M promptly and well than ever before la tk long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited We do not that any euro can bo better our of White Pine Com Tar It Jut what bo dono to thor cnre It and inflstu and heals the tissues of the air it expec colons tho and cures it to stay cured Relief Is almost Im It is to take and to use When you tho best cure ask for Price five Cents J ii1rtt MIll No 7 and lot in Kv c Ono and ono haf story live rooms A good smoko bourn and cod house Price only No 8 Small of about 80 acre 2J mile from on teats 25 acres in 7 In 2 good cad rest In timber Two small barn and other and good This place can bo at your price as owner lives In mutt havo No 0A farm of 222 acres miles from on tho best pise In the Sixty acres in wheat 40 acres In corn 5 acres in G acres well never well and two good good barn and other pike for thrcn ol on pike of fruit trees sad timber to make at 0000 llOelA This Is a blue grass faro and only 20 drive trout the Seat The owner of a fine this hu f15 per acre hog place Wo offer Ibis placo for 137 60 per acre No 10ColtsgA on Main street uote to of town five rooms hall and porch In good and a nice house for a small This cost the owner over wo for 11150 No 6OA farm of ItH acres node Klugvillo Ky Wily acres In cu 3D In timber rest in grow two good barns and other out all In good Tho dwell Ing Is comparatively new Ii with In 300 yards of three school and O S The i pike and road and Is most farm In that section of We will sell the whole farm for In pare li of not less thud 30 acre to suit This is Wo have n for a 250 or 300 aero farm from one to throe miles from town Also n for 100 acres from ono to four milM from town with or Offlosrs J 8 Prest JJ Chr W 11 f V Utid LlMfrin CD B T Ilarrt LIDO Oo J8 IlMker Lincoln Oo W P Walton Lincoln Oo J II hillier Crab M It Mtaere Stanford 8 II J IL W P Tate 4CARSON PENCE I e r DKALKUS IX 1 Carriages Buggies Wagons Harness of the above always on hanil aro at prices that defy See our elegant line o Scientific Cough I believe cough than pound with does must oughly a cough overcomes congestion matlontt soothes promotes cough finally mediate pleasant economical want possible cough White Pine Com pound with Tar Twenty PENNYS STORES- tanford Ky Huuso Stanford contains garden 1300 farm Stanford county cultivation pasture orchards cottagesluotl outbuild fencing fairly bought moneyssituated four Stanford county timothy gUllTltl V watered falling spring besides ponds TwoJdwellings quarters a milebothdwollings being least splendid minutes county farm adjoining recently refuted Stanford buslntas portion having veranda back repair family property 11800 situated tlvalion well watered building repair churches depot property eon county desirable county f24UOor purchaser certainly aoheap propertyVbuyer situated buyer about situated without improvements llOOKHIt MoKOIinUTS WFAUBN Bk- prDirectors e Orchard llaeghwa 1J5Itauchman Stanford SUafonJ 11 Phae tons Buck boards Full nml complete stock and sold competition Lap Cure Syrup delicate passages toration DRUG JMt Plenty enough thel Stanford Robes Mardi Gras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY 11th1902 HALF RATES + Queen Crescent Route To NEW ORLEANS sad MOOILO with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vc5tibuleil Limited 2chour SchcduleTrains from Cincinnati Dally Diners ThroughPullmans Printed Matter for the asking Chits W Zell r Iarn ARt Cln110 W W UunnsvsntTACleveUndUJf J VanDcrnllrkN UIA1JetrDlt1 hcb W i MUHFHV W C NINIAHSON- QINCIOL 1CINCINNATI s iIi l roJ