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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i s II SEMIJif WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I j f 40 t Ir 1 l ft f J9L IrcYSTANFORDv y KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY14 1902 8 P H1ONOU9I fiR fro 00iR JAR Aloxltltd bi4it u IIUahJltd ALMSbat tIX M ry wfk1 t tVtDn r WW 1ItIt Yotrkr fw a elM geriptw MaWtatMt M W tar WHeft 1ha4 Jha AIeiW nwlek unit Ellj iiwMlaelitaw fwteeaMa 1 I Iaralwa NiT ud wlllla M i Rlw a MM fer n M hop flat I- WlilN SM tat aaOMptoaMISfttskM- raasias mtk a4 presuppose a tars l Mle MKMtt ro tY M the part of these t t seelswatt MM air URlvta area the HMMi leal1HI Scriptural proof e- eeeepeltleoa There whO think I bate OOMK orAFTJK JQwhcer tMM eatia atal rMWMj IN bmuM like tba Atbalaas Ir eM I haw aa 1Ierae ksekerle- gafarMelj MW talMi wllleletetlnse JrIaIe soy axpfaeatiea I tray offer But there are ether who have hastily Jfa4 MM perbapt who la their heart of heeds know that I Mtjsr hats a PDibit rcoa for the toplhive takes though they may not see Uyet IB Scripture and who will bd glad to have the tblsg made plain There are two classes ai described br Scrlpttre IB coaaeolloa with the 2d coming of our Lord aod both aro with la the prccleot of the church The Ma MJI Where U the promise of His cowlaf ease the Father fell i + asieep all thlBjrs continue ai they were from the bcfflnoloK of the creation The other says My Lord delayetb Hit cewtnr and act upon tbbt suppo s sltlon To both of tbcio the 2d Advent f our Lord and Saylor will be a wild surprise Then there aro others wise and fool Ilk VIRGINS boItfO tomb to meet the Urlde groom II In good faith yet In whoso dcitlnjr after both fall Into guilty slumber aod aro awakened by a Midnight cry there U a wide differ once There was a mvsUsrlous SOME THLSO that kept five of the 10 outside wkeo the rest went Into tbe bridal tea tlvltlM that always In the Orient preoodo the actual marriage cere aonvI myself again aod again whelh or helD be possible those who woo obliged to CD to them that old and OUT what they ought to have DROUGHT are those who while loyal to the Urldo groom did not dltcera tbe time sod failed to welcome the measongcr of the covenant whom the Muter seat before Dlt taco to prepare the way before Him Tho consequences aro bound to bo serious If tbero I anything lrnlflcantorTBST FUL In that forerunners appointment then failure to recognize him must have disastrous results Remember that tbe ltd condemna tlon of the church In the Saviors day bill IU rise In the rejection of John t the Baptist mlttlon which logically resulted In the rejection of lllm whom q ho was tent to announce When I think of that I would not for a thousand world bo found among those who fall to hear the voiceagain lifted upof ono crying In the wilderness prepare ye the way of tbo Lord make III paths itraleht So serious is the t Issue that the claim of EVERY ONE to bo that Elijah that was for to come should be carefully alftea by Scripture 1and not lightly rejected Since John Alexander Dowie an nounced himself as such an one sever at others have set up claims to that dla tinction mod wo way expect lUll others to spring up as the coming of the Lord drawetb nigh These may not all or mostly be hypocrites for tome will be honest III Scripture clearly dlsILq I tlogulshc between tbbto DECKIVINQ and being deceived In the last day nut wo mUlL nut forget that COUNTEU FELTS always presuppose a TRUE DILL Whoever then may be TilE MAN TUB ONE MAN whom the Savior shall honor by appointing him a ilia AVANT COURIER there OAN UK NO COMING OV THE LORD WITHOUT TUG VREV iOUS APPEARANCE OF Tilts FORE Ill wlabrj love wo may not substitute a senti mental longing for Oil wrltted word Elijah tint comes Thou too Lord yo That Is tbo Scripture order To those who dont read or under utaod their Bible the claim to be Elijah appears to bo something bor daring on the blasphemous or the gro tesque according as tbo mind of tbo critic may be Impressed hut the Sav bars explanation that coming In tbo spirit and tower of Elijah gave John the Baptist his title to tbo name sets ties that question authoritatively and relieves one of the necessity of going to the Mahatmas to study the doc trine of reincarnation for a farfetched theory Indeed the commonest form of comparative speech we have covers this ground completely when we call one A of finance another a Washington of elfdenylng pas trlotlsm sad yet another a Welling toa In war It I read Scripture arlxkt our pre fat position la the DfHfWHMtid le shk t Wo are M the tkrtMU of The Rrcatand terrible day el the Lord tkalU the poverb4al darkest hour thatFdawnthe true Klag tkall KM8 to His ewe gals To aaa tfM that eeabfc asd to gather as aa otifMt lames tkatean not he mistakes these wke hall bo count N worthy M eeape the things coming pea the earth the Lordaeons ONE MAN who IB the spirits power smites evil wherever be finds It however C- DkHeheddby long usage whenever it- uaay hue gained an entrance In short MakM every path tralgbt that ho- Med crooked lire mission I to RESTORE and bo MB sot right wrong bysprinkilog rose wrier Hb weapon la the word of God the spirit sword He 1s to wield It to the piercing of Joints of error the marrow of a false Divinity Malacbl IUd and IVth chapters cut out hll work I will not atop to refute the folly of those who have confounded the LORD with the MESSENGER of the covenant 11 hut once tho discrimi nation I made and you have this hon ored messenger purifying the Sons of Levi They may WRlTifK lo the purifying furnace but the dross must bo burned away at all cote Ho 1s to rebuke those who ItOI GOD That too will be a sore subject to the rob ben but ho can not spare The great and terrible day of the Lord Is at hand and by any means lie must SAVE 801I and these aro to bo GATHERED TOGETHER Hence 110011 and the Christian Catholic churchtho sol emn object lesson of the 20th ceo tury 1 do not ico bow the Reitorer of disordered and chaotic Christianity can do otherwise aod I do not sea how any one can go over what has happened lo tbo abort 11 years of the History of the General Orerscer cf the C O C and not bo convinced that the Mighty Hand of God la lo this wondrous movement of bones that filled the valley of vlionvery many and dryI willing to examine In tbo light of Scripture the claims of any other Elijth and If the preponder ante of evidence Is In his favor to ac cept him as the genuine Restorer If I can find another more fearless In exposing error and attacking more lolfdonylng In labor abundant more willing to spend and bo spent for God more scriptural In every step bo takes more singleeyed to the glory of God then I will call him that Klljah which was for to come sect leave John Alexander Dowlo as promptly as I loft the Presbyterian church when I found It to bo wrong At present bo stands like King Saul among the host of Israel bead and shoulders above all who can claim tbo mission of Elijah the Restorer the messenger of tbo covenant whom God has endowed with power from on high and authorized to proclaim tho acceptable year of the Lord and more WHAT OUR LORD JESUS CLOSED TUB nooic CION the day of von geance of our God tbo great and terrl bio day of our lordwhen grace re jected Satan will burst upon the scone having great wrath because he knows ho has but a lltllo time and then will ensue that great tribulation the like of which earth has never teen and from which our Saviour warns us to bo counted worthy to escape and tostand before the Son of Man until the Indig nation bo over post and Satan shall be cast Into the Bottomless Icbaln cd and a seal set upon his entrance for 1000 years From this scene of horror Good Lord dolver us I would not attempt to build any think upon It but I cannot refrain from mentioning In this connection that It le not without ilgotflcanco that this 3rd Elijah bear the same name as the 2nd Elijah dldJoho and that Holy Baptism comes to the fore with the 3rd as with the god all of which to my mind has a Divine slngldcance that must strike every thoughtful mind as more than a casual coincidence I must also notice another point on which I think light ought to bo shed If at hand and where grievous mil takes aro liable to be mado If care Is not taken I have been taken to taste on the subject of PREACiimn and regret has been expressed that the dear old gospel that gave such Joy and light to many has now to bo exchanged for tbo denunciatory assaults that mark tho discoveries of Elijah the Restor er1I To all such regrets Ihavo but one ilnswer to make I preach EXACTLY as I always have preached Not at all different I do not forget that II Eli jabs mission Is Ills NOT MINE 1 am not called of Oodll to run a tilt against Rome Masonry pork tobacco etc upooMaGod to smite the wrong and right it To EVERY MAN illS WORK Is the ap portionment of the varied talents Tbat la J A Di work Mine la mine May I be as true to God in It as he la In his It aver atoml man bad the cure of his eeavlcllofls John the Baptist No 2has I admire his downright SLASH of tka word of tbo spirit greatly It Is his rhdlcufousso will all bo who encase themselves la his armor and try to wield hIs sword It will be the almost IrroslstU ble temptation of small men but they will sooner or later find that no man undertakes such a work save the one who Is called of God II May I add a word that personally affect the writer It grieves me much to be misjudged by those I once delighted to think my friends but who lave without cause become If not en emies among those who turn the cold shoulder I do not add these closing lines so much on account of my personal sorrow and sense of Injustice ai I do for the take of those with whom It will be a very serious matter In a coming day If I am right and they aro wrong I know that many bavo condemned me for GOING OFF AFTER DOWIE as they honestly put It without examination or proof of wrong That Is UNWISE If I untamed and untaught In LAW should venture an off hand opinion on a knotty point of juries prudence that sots aside the judgment of one versed in legal lore would you not regard mo with pity or cdntempt according to your feeling toward me personally wore deep or shallow Now my dear old friend turned to something like an enemy lot me ask adcqustoknowledge hand the action of one who whatever his shortcoming has made the Bible a life long study and whoso action has lost him hosts of friends never to be regained this side of Heaven l I leave this question on your heart of love to lungSyncYours In truth Duo BARNES P S I subjoin texts of Scripture to bo examined If you choose to study the Bible on the subject From what le written above you can easily adjust them comparing Scripture forScrlp lure 2 Kings 18 and Matthew 34 Mel achl chapters 4 and C Mat 1114 and 1014 and 1711 Mark 011 Luke 117 and 0d 10 John 121 with references HUSTONVILLE K C Moore of Liberty has accepted a position wltb George D Weather ford George E Alford purchased at the Ferris Donny sale a nice gelding for 1128 Howard Camalu will enter Centre College at an early date Ho has also boon engaged to pitch for tbo C G teamG Cloyd Johoctoae was lo our city Sunday the guest of Howard Cam cilia I G A Dinwld die was at home Sunday Mr Higgins Kelly aged 81 years stepfather of Mrs faille Shlpmao of this place was Interred in the McCor- mack Cemetery last Wednesday J G Weatberford Is with his family at Mllldalo Miss Celt Crooke of Lou Isvlllo Is the guest of Miss Edna Bauffbman Miss Mary Carpenter ac companied the Mlsies woofs to Dan Vlllo Saturday Mr and Mrs John B Rifle bavo returned to their homo In Lancaster Charles W Adams and wife bavo gone to housekeeping In the now property byWThere Is a move on loot and a peti poLlLIoolo drew Carnoglo to donate 3000 or 810 000 to found a college hero J W Hooker and Dr El Alcornf are at tbo head of the venture The way of itII has been so fre quontly explained to Mr James P Goodo for the past two weeks that his many friends bavo but few opportuni ties to see him and fear for his voice as not a word has been uttered by him and what time bo does at homo ho employs reading tbojfadvor tlsemonts in the Cincinnati lEnqulrer and ho has transferred blsjproduco bus Incas to Woatbcrford Myers1 BILIOUS COL10 II Bccver a carpenter and builder of intenselyfromnearby drugstore for something to relieve him The druggist tent him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera andDiar thou Remedy three doses of which ef fected a permanent cure This Is the only remedy that can be depended Upon in tbe most severe cases of colic and cholera morbus Most druggists know this and recommend It when such a medicine Is called for For sale by Craig Hocker druggists At Amlte City La Willis Cooper killed William Perry and Mra Faraba Russell an aged woman who was an Innocent bystander He was removed to New Orleans to prevent lynching LANCASTER Rufus Moss Is quite Ill at his hums In this city Cal J W Miller Is suffer log from an attack of lumbago Mrs t Thomas Wall is Improving after a Eaoolha hisses Tbo Endeavor Society of the Christies church will give a book social In the Sunday tcboel room Friday eves nlng Feb 21 Each guest la expected to contribute book from some Standard author W R Marrs of Knoxvllle Is visit log his mother Mrs Margaret Marrs Mr and Mrs E O Galnetf have return ed from a visit to Danville relatives Mr Spurgeon Sympsop wife and little son James McDowell of Mlddlcsboro aro visiting J K Sympson aod wife W B Burton sold a pair of mules lo R H Bcazley for 8105 Jeff Dunn sold a pair of same to W Walker for 1200 T S ElkIn bought some butcher cat tie from James White at 3s also some of Jack Bouroo at 3o some of Luther Ray at 3c and butcher stuff of D Gul at5oMr West has been very 111 tbls week Tuesday nlht bo was be- lIeved to be In a dying condition but notwithstanding his ago ho has rallied and Is somewhat better Mr John An derson was out for the first time Wed nesday after a con oemoat of about two months caused by a fall from his barn loftGeorge T Hlgglnbotham has been appointed administrator of hIs brothers estate tho late J M Hlgglnbotb am and the large stock of hardware will be oloied out at once at cost Tbo deceased loft no will Ho was the owner of three large farms containing about 800 acres W McClelland Johns eton has been employed to wind up tbe estateRev O M Cbumley of Hanover county Vs who will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday cornel with the prospect of receiving a call from that membership He brings with him the beat recommendations both as to ministerial and Intellectual qualifications Ho was highly com mended to this pastorate by Rev Mc Clung of Paint Lick and the exgov ernor of Virginia Lancaster continues prominent in most matters affecting Kentuckys por tion of this mundane sphere Of the committee appointed recently by Gov Qeckham to visit tbe D D Institute at Danville three of the members wero at sometime residents of this town Capt E W Llllard was for years a druggist of this city Wm J Price who Is a native of this place and spent his early childhood here a young roan of exceptional ability of whoso natty ity any city might bo proud and T B Robinson a present resident of this townJudge Brown has been quite sick for a week Harry Anderson will enter lain the Junior Set this evening Mr and Mrs F P Friable have moved to their haodjomo now home on Water Street Mrs Crawford of Indian Ter ritory bas bean visiting her brother Senator FarrIs Miss Amy Davidson Is at home again after a visit to Rich mond relatives Miss Fannie Doty daughter of County Clerk Doty will give a St Valentines party this eve ning T B Long proprietor of the Hotel Garrard Is lo Nashville on a business trip Walker White of Knox vllle has been visiting J J Walker and family W G Anderson received a telegram Wednesday telling of the death of his nephew Sterling McCann Lexington Mrs John Pollard of Washington Is the guest of Garrard county relatives Misses Alice Walker and Lizzie Hudson bavo returned from a visit to Misses Beazlcy of Lin cola county Miss Isabel Walker daughter of Mr Arch Walker grad uated a few days ago from tbe Louis vlllo Training School for Nurses Miss Walker has flied a position In ooo of the hospitals there for two years or moro and expresses herself as much pleased with her chosen profession CHURCH MATTERS J A Johnson of Jeffersonvllle com mitted suicide because of a scoff at his joining tbo church Tbe report of the building committee shows that the congregation will take possession of the now Baptist church at Danvlllo tree from debt tbo sum of about 80000 wblcb remained at the time the church was completed having been liquidated by subszrlptlons LAWS COUGH REMEDY I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is tbo best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my confidence in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by Craig A Hocker druggist The schooner burned off Cape May Monday night was tbe Mary Graham The vewel was caught In the Ice and wrecked and tbo captain set It on fire A passing ship saved the crow x II X 3 I rPlaying the Mischief tiIwithprices on the remainder of ourlitII1 Iheavyweight Clothing Suits anti ft 1 hid Overcoats Our bargains will make 1 t l the hearts of economyloving pur j Jchnscrs happy Prices so cheap thatii I ltl it will pay you to buy wlicer youIft need clothes or not V l jSITPAYS TO TRADE AT j I THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing r- 1 back It youre not satisfiedsIDILLEijmi HIRSDH Danviller I i= 6S i IIf 1 60 WAY BACK AND SIT DOWN I Tills is what our competitors do when it comes to following Cu the values we give in liens Outfittings and Ladies Shoes t J r Spring Stocks i tare 1 rolling in and our store will soon be filled with tho choicest styles ever shown in Stanford Do not make the f mistake of buying before you see our line of Clothing Hats Furnishings and Shoes We have everything in these lines to at prices the lowest If you want to dress well at tho least i expense see f t r Cummins S McCIary 1 fd1 GENTRflL OIL GAS mINING COtOf Lexington Kentucky JI U N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich W II Clay Vice Press Lexington A P 1 Goatling Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Sec Treas i Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres in Wayne county Ky about one j onehalf miles from the great Sunnybrook field abjut 6000 acres in Lincoln 1 ndIKy and 000 acre in Licking Valley In Hub county c one up to Ragland We started to drill In all three counties and expect to strike oil in every well We still acquiring very valuable lads in addition to those already secured and lying close proximity to the greatest developments tbe state A limited amount ol thertreasury stock will be sold at J5 a share par value of lures 110 each This stock J will we confidently believe ba solllne for par in thirty days DontTakePills Icure the bowels but regular action cannot be secured liver r l secretes enough bile to make the untllethe execute their functions Hural agitation caused by cathartics II compels continual ana doses to i attain the results r I t rnets on the liver cures Chills f e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting andnter t mlttlng Fevers and by going to the seat of tho t r trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER COTTLEtry LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 30000iDirectors J D Paxton J U Owiley B II Shanks W O Walker Goo W Carter Successors to Tho Farmers Bank ok Trust compiiy and under sama management continuously tor 3A years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will 4 prove mutually boneflclal Theytemporarlly agitating constipation- by I Increasing Officers Jf s n SHANKS f President I J B OW8LEV 1 Cashier W M BRIGHT AsVt baakleriast THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commissioner ford tho Dlitrlct inbleet to the will of the democri r ST VALENTINE was a bishop of rs Ntvirtues one who stood Jo ealntllm rather than for sentIment and It la a k little bard on him that ho should be held responsible for eo much modern sentimentality and epltefulnesa aa oc cure about this tIme of the year In hIs name For anyone who has a JrudJe against a man or wishes to show scorn for some eoltolectctl spinster may ex press bis feelings In memory of tbe bei heeded bishop and every smitten swain invokes his name when he pours out his lovelornness on lace paper The t edict has gone forth against the comic valentine but the sentimental one Is Mere to stay Yet the modern valentine frequently has substance as well as sentiment It may take the form of a Yftluma of love poetry and if it bears the somewhat hackneyed asiuranc I that violets are blue and sugar Is 8weet it may emphasize these statements by ascompanylng bunches of the real flower and boxes of genuine confectioner II is perhaps just as well that there be set aside a day when bottled up sentl vent may have a legitimate outlet and if this sentiment should be expressed in real poetry Instead of the execrabl twaddle which la usually to be found be neath the glided paper good literature might thus be disseminated and a be lated justice done to tbe poor beheaded blsbop whose martyrdom ought not to extend beyond his death THE Louisville Times very truthful ly says that the fact that Gov Durbin of Indiana and bis party of invitee guests are coming through Kentucky en route to Havana is sufficient evidence that Fugitive Taylor will not bi a member of the party Durbin dont need the fugitive on such trips anyway Taylor Is giving him enougl trouble at home- LEXINGTONa did herself proud In en tertalnlng tbe Legislators and those of them who made speeches at tbe ele V Rant banquet promised everything the three Institutions there wanted Ap proprlatlons are asked for State Col lege Eastern Kentucky Asylum aril I the Houses of Reform and it is to bi Moped that they will receive the amount needed j THE House at Frankfort practical killed the Capital removal project by r 1 adopting tbe Barton substitute for the i Parker bill Tbe substitute provides 1thatwhen the question of removal II r to the people Louisville Lexington and Frankfort bo voted on J1Tblswould likely prevent any one oI the three getting the necessary major 1tyAT Owingsvllle W J Shrout and Charles Stone republicans were held t answer in bonds of 1500 each for in terferlng with voters at the November election Tbe proof showed that the- N follows got five democrats drunk and locked them in a room all day to keep f them from voting tI NINETY FOUR years ago Wedneeday Abraham Lincoln was born near Hod cenyllle Ky and onlv a few months r earlier Jefferson Davis was born at 1Fdlrvlow Todd county the places of being separated by a die tance of less than 75 miles TOE new navy has cost the United States 899603028 for construction and 11I3 3235 for repairs on completed ves The army navy and pension pay ments are doubtless the largest of any i other nation with double the mea and ships A DILL has been offered in the House to increase tbe pension of Hiram Crank the last surviving pensioner of 1812 Aa the old fellow Is 103 years old Con I greet had better get a move on Itself or Crank will not live to enjoy tbe in tCrease 4TOE assassination sympathizers of I or rather the league of republi can clubs of that State In session at Springfield adopted resolution ex pressing sympathy for Caleb Powers f half and calling for contributions his be ACCORDING to a policy just adopted by tbe postal department fourthclass postmasters now numbering over 70 000 are not to be removed except for cause This will rob members of Con gress of their chief item of patron ago IN speaking of Clarence E Woods for Senator McCrcarya private secre tary the Central Record says It would be hard to find one better fitted for the place or one who would glyo it i more faithful attention r IJ POLITICAL The House passed the Oleomarga rice bill VLouisville will banquet tbe legisla tore on tbe 21st I Tbe new River and Harbor bill will I carry about tCO000000 5 l il I i With an amendment striking out the emergency clause the House at Frank tort passed the bill repealing the Mc Cain Tobacco law The State Senate passed the Allen bill appropriating 920000 annually lor the maintenance the State Guard an increase of 13000 Jonathan Lloyd who came Irom Richmond Va to see his daughter at Owlngavllle who bo had not seen for 150 years died In a few hours after hIs arrivalThe postofflco appropriation bill which has been practically complete carries an Increase of over 140000 over tbe current appropriation A total of 7529000 Vs allowed for rural free delivery Tbe Senate has concurred In tbe louse amendment to reopen tbe State war claims and Representative SmIth has notified Gov Beckbam to send a representative to Washington to pro- pire Kentuckys claim The fights for the postofiiccs at Winchester Lebanon and Mt Sterling are lllll on with the chances favoring tho retention of the Incumbents The nomination of Postmaster Fisher of Paducab Is still hung up In the Senate NEWS NOTES Prince Henry will sail for the United States Saturday Two men were killed in a tight wit pistol at Trinidad Col PatersonN Ja fire loss Is 6000000 with 4000000 Insurance Former Gov Robert B Lindsay of Alabama died at Sheffield George Lynch killed a miner named Welch In Henderson county Herman Lorasch of Cleveland was killed by robbers at Plttsburg Small Maynard Co the Boston publishers made an assignment Robbers bound and gagged a manI and looted a store at Avllla Ind In Marshall county Ellen Poe a 13 yearold girl was fatally burned On the summit of Ben Nevis just now there Is a snow cap 42 Incbes thick Three firemen were caught under falling walls at Utica N Y and killed Joseph C S Blackburn Jr eon of United States Senator Blackburn died atFrankfortA on oil was struck In the well being sunk In Washington county at a depth of 1200 feet Mrs Louisa Vennalta and her two year old child were asphyxiated h their home In Philadelphia Hugh Mulbolland expostmaster al Paducab was arrested at Paducab charged with grand larceny Clark Hannum aged 10 was found dead hanging In his room at Peddle University Helghstown N J Miss Agnes Anderson of Bedford led bought 25 centa worth of mor pbloo and swallowed It at once Ben Rice a member of the Beckham Guards at Frankfort was found dead ic bed having died of asphyxiation The condition of Theodore Roose volt Jr Is much Improved and It It announced that ho Is out of danger Mrs Jacob Clack mentally deranged wandered from her home in Christian county In scanty attlro and was frozen to death At Kansas City an Injunction was granted on petition of Frank James to stop a play in which ho figured as a character Music Hall at Utica N Y was destroyed by Ore Lt John Bernie of the fire department was killed by a ailing wall The Imperial German yacht Hohen ollern to be used by Prince Henry of Prussia during his visit to this country haa reached New York James B Haggle will build a 8550 000 private stable on a 200000 lot near tbe projected 1500000 palace in Fifth Avenue New York City A Logan county jury gave a 13year old Negro 1 1550 damages against the L d N The boy was kicked oft the rain while stealing a ride The lour big permanent army camps will be located at Chickamauga Park Ga Fort Riley Kan Cono Wago Val loy Pa and Nacimiento Ranch Cal Gen John B Castleman says Secre taryof War Root will send an army filter to Louisville tQ Inspect the vrl ous sites In that vicinity for an army pot Mrs Jefferson Davis was offered In- the North 90000 for historic Beau voir but sho declined to accept She offers the place to toe State of Mississippi for 10000 By a decision rendered In the court of appeals the Kentucky Union Com any wins a suit for tbe possession of 2000 acres of land In Perry and Letch ercountiesTbe hteeo Insurance companies oldlng policies on the burned Paris court house have increased their ollerI of a settlement from 33000 to 45000 but the county conrt refuses to accept less than 50000 lor the full amount of- the insurance The customs duties on tbe 811000000 of tea Imported Into this country mount to 9000000 All adulterated and Impure teas are excluded from mlng into tbe country by tbe tea In pection law which was passed in 1897 If tea le aduterated the dulteratlonR are added in this country Tbe best of life Is often wasted By epicures before tie tasted Of all displays of wasted bliss Tbo worst Is when two women kiss Philadelphia Press j DANVILLE AND VICINITY Dr W J McKnlght formerly pastor of the 2d Presbyterian church hero III dead In Washington Railroad Jack a musical farco comedy will be presented at the opera house here next week Hebor McGrath barber at Duncan has hit on a method to prevent the ball from falling out It Is simply thIs Bava your hair cut four successl times on the first Friday of the light of the moon Tho dedication of the Baptist cburch which was begun last Sunday will bo concluded tonight The sum of 15800 was raised at the close of services Sunday 1900 of the amount being contributed by Mr M J Farris Miss Lettle Cowan Craig daughti of Mr JJCraig was married Tue day morning to Row M Marshall AI len of Isbpemlng Mlob They left on the afternoon fast train for the groom s homo where he has charge of a pro perous Presbyterian church Mlu Craig was one of the most popular la dies of the older set in Boyle county The best wishes of many admlrln friends go with the happy couple E B Sweeney of Junction City hae filed suit In the Boyle circuit court for 10000 damages against the Evenln Post of Louisville for the publication of an article pertaining to a transac tlon with Hardin Sutherland of Case county which resulted in a series of misunderstandings The article pub Ilshed In tbe Evening PoU was are hash of a similar one which appeared In the Courier Journal and Loulsvllli TimesMrs T Li Harvey of this city hay a narrow escape from serious InjuryI late Wednesday afternoon She wall seated in front of an open grate read leg when a flying spark encountered a celluloid comb In her hair which Igcl Led with a flash Her hair was nearly all burned oil and her clothing caught Hon presence of mind prompted her tc rush to a water barrel and souse her head Into it The ladys hands and neck were painfully burned Four miles West of Hustonville a short distance from the point where tbe three counties of Casey Llooolt and Boyle come together resides a re markable family of five generations The oldest member Is Mrs James El Hi who bears with remarkable grace her four score years and ton In the same old fashioned house live also her daughter granddaughtergrcat grand son and great great grandson whose names respectively are Mesdames Cy rena Hill and Amanda Reed Mr David Woodson Reed and Master Willie Reed Mrs Ellis Is the mother of 10 children 14 of whom are living and have large Families She has 04 grand children D 2 great grand children and two great reat grand children Only 13 out ol the entire aggregation are dead and the now has a biinch of 204 to call her blessed She can oven at her advanced me do more work In a day than a hall dozen ordinary women and during the past 10 years has misted but three neetlngs at her church at Concord where she walks a distance of two mile end thinks nothing of it She clings M the colonial customs of cooking and irosslng and throughout her long ca reel has exemplified the old saying early to bed early to rise etc She frequently rides horseback to Danville to visit her daughter Mrs George Mills her granddaughter tire W H Gadberry and grandson Jr Alfred Coulter The latter la a nan of powerful stature standing six eet five Meter Gadberry and Coul tel recently moved to Danville while dr Mills has been a resident of the city for several years LAND STOCK CROPS ETC E P Woods lost by death a valuable Shorthorn cow Fon SALE Some fine Barred Plymouth Rock roosters Hubert Carpen tor I have 60 good stock cattle on the road from Columbia for sale D C AI- len MoKlnney Corn fed butcher stuff for sale 10 cowa and heifer good ones W M DrlAht Stanford We are prepared to furnish choice cultivated hemp seed 1898 Importation ogar Davis Danville Ct FOR SALE8 horses 3 to 7 years old 151 to 161 bands high Hugh Tbomp- son Chllton Casey county Ky M A Judy of Wllllamsport Ind- aold In Chicago 34 Polled Angus cattle at an average of 1176 One heifer roughs 6300 and a bull 9100 Lutes sit Co sold to J S Hooker 50 barrels of corn In tbe field at 83 They aught of Rowo k Stevenson 40 625 pound yearlings at 4c awl 81 oil on the idFox Logan have sold to the Standard 011 Company a pair of high class mules for 8325 to J A Wood a span of mules at the same price They sold to sorgo Smith of Sbelbyvlllc for Dos- ton parties a high class span of couch horeee to at once for 8750 tsee Lynn purchased 14 bead ot butch er stuff from Parksvlllo parties at from 340 to 3Jc News SIZE RECOMMENDS IliEft When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stupid after eat- inl all you need is a dose of Chamberlains Stomach sit Liver Tablets They will make you feel like a new man and- give you an appetite like a bear For- lalo by Craig Hocker druggists STORffSurprise special Sale NO2 At Tl RACKET Watch this space every Tuesday und Friday for bargainsejMens all wool black Cheviot suit very well made and worth IS all lies at 13 U Mens pure wonted ante worth 13 m long M they last at tl M II pants at lOc Itoyi tulta bee 8 to 15 well 1350 go at 98c- Meus overalls at 10 cenU a Mens pure wonted Suits equal to tailor untie In rich colon well worth 1 18 50 sites 33 to 13 about 75 suits left go at fIDS Mena II shoes cut to98c Men ihas calf and Ylcl kid shoes worth 350 go nt II Cl9 Roy shoes worth II 31 go at Olo Mens fl tiaU all the Into ihnpc at uSe IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Charles Soul aged TO Is dead of grip In Jessamine The Jones gusher on Ulcbland Creek Knox county Is flowing 800 barrels pci dayTbo Versailles Milk Trust collapsed after a precarious existence of alx weeksFive men were injured two porbapi fatally In a boiler explosIon In Laure countyMrs Llxzle Stringer was acquitted at London of tbo murder of Haggle Neat man at Lily Tbe public school building at Burn side burned Tuesday evening Ado cctlve flue was tbo cause Henry Barnett James Baker Green Pope and Robert Baker wore all badly hurt by a boiler explosion near London William Foster was acquitted at London of the charge of performing a crim- Inal operation on Miss Nellie Perman D W C Armstrong has resigned as police judge of Junction City and nobody has yet been appointed In his toadIn Its notes of the legislative banquet at Lexington the Democrat Bays Col Jack P Chlnn who was on hand with tbe boys says In all his experience with Legislatures the present Is the leanest lot of men ever assembled at Frankfort By the way Jack who has been a drinker for 26 years turned lowe his glass at tho banquet and said be hadnt touched a drop for a year FOIL STOMACH TKOUBLK3 I have taken a great many different medicines for itonnch trouble and eon llpatlon says Mrs 8 Geiger of Dunk non Iowa but never had as good re suits from any as dumbcrlilni Stomac- ht Liver Tablets For sale by Craig looker druggists Courier Journal year week Two onlyI The TwlcoaWeek CourierJournal It the best published ID the United State tor Democrat and for all readen It b the equal of many dallle and the nuperlo of all other semiweeklies or weekllei HENUV WATTEItSON Editor Tbe Wednesday tune li devoted to new matter the Saturday Itiue to the home By a special arrangement you can the INTERIOR JOURNrU and lbe SemiWeekly GourleNourna both for one year fur only S5OTht li for cash lubicrlbon only If You Want Catalogues or Briefs Letter Heads Note Hcrttls Bill Hcntls- Statcments Envelopes Dodgers Posters Flamers Contracts Lenses Prescription Books Prescription Blanks Checks Drafts Orders Etc Etc The interior Journal is the place to get them quick and cheap We positively guarantee every article to bo told Just at advertised bring ua your produce It U ai goad it cash THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town I Domestics calicoes gingham brown cot ton and blench cotton go at 4o a yard II 00 Bilk Ira at Sftc outing cloth 3 ic Ladles II 60 shoes cut to lOc IISI ttlou cut to 300- Oarpeta and matting and oil cloths at reIilucfj prices 15o at 4c UC culTs at IO- Cllnbbcn at 10c a 1altKnee pant at U cents a iwil- rChildrens shoes worth hoc go at Uc A Slyer tar Saturday and Monday only mon ten black and fancy icamUt hoar worth 15c on those two days go at Be MURRAY McADAMS fDANVILLE LfADING JtWtRSDANVIL1 I The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky We are also Graduate Opticians and can fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shopsnt isfaction guaranteed lYe sell Gorham Silver i Watch BargainsE frws Having an oversupply of Gold Filled Watches 20 and 25 year cases and also Solid Gold Ladies Watches I 8hn118e11nn of them at a great discount for tho next days as I need the money Cut i glass china and mantel 110ilocks go also i W H MUELLER A CLEARANCE SALE My stock of winter goodsCOSTis now on the This will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes and other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heros an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 This sale is for cash No goods charged at thoHO prices so dont ask it Sale begins on Thursday January lath 1902 the Qaavies De T bm omHUSTONVILLE KY f Leave your Prescriptionswith t Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material avid Accurate Work II manship yI CRAIG HOCKER Our Line of a Groceries Hartoe Chinaware 5 Qucenswarc Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected line that could be lend is now on Display GEORGE FARRIS a CO W B McROBERTS J i DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and f Medicines Prescriptions Accurate t ly Compounded at Very Rea sonable Prices 1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY J tf styTHEINTERIOR ejSTANFOlm KY FIJU 14 1002 In fllllng your prcicrlptlont wo uao proportlonnot do better U yon paid us double tbo price which le always reasonable Pe- nlOT Drug Store oPERSONALSCo Miss LUCILLE COOPER Is vlsltloR In Danvlllo DR E J DROWN wont to Louisville yesterday PIIOP M 0 WINFREY weut to Lex rTncton today MRS O J PlNltKRTON Is vlillloff relatives at Burgle MR J M RANitN started to Wayne In his buggr this morning VerIcounty for Jho Champion Usrreetcr CoMRS L A FARIBS of the West End Is spending the day with her sis stternMRS W Y CunuEY took her eon to Loulirlllo yesterday to hero his eyes againr Puicr was here thllj week to see her SOD Dr A S Price who Is Improving MESSRS L II HUGHES and A D Florence were In Knox county taking all lefties this week Nit Ar U SEVERANCE and son aroI over from Jemmlno The former Is well pleated with tilling tbo soil nrilipatcherup after a short but severe Illness- T O BALL who already paid for three INTERIOR JOURNALS camo up this morning and subscribed for anoth cr copy + Dit P W LOGAN Is back from Cal loa Mo where be went to attend his soot Mr H II Logan who has boon III for a month MRS Dit J O CARN1NTunanil Mlta Alllo Fish are In Knoxvlllo at the btxl tide of their litter Mrs Dr J M Black who Is III of pneumonia GtsoitaK S SIIELIIY formerly of thi county Is now a mine host at Iona- City O T Ue Is proprietor of Hotel De DOlI a popular hostelry there MRS M C BUHNSIUK suffered a stroke of paralysis affecting her right side Wcdnciday night and has since been In a orltloal condition with the obancen greatly against her lier dauugbter Mr E P Owiloy of Co lumbui Oa has been dUpatohed for LOCALS MEET mo at the auction Thursda SOtb letters for sale J9 Mob ley MoKlnney fanoleess stationary Jnit received Craigt Docker HON M Nonru Is for moving the I capital to Lexington and eonre weeTRY our Semi Cannel Coal Tho very beat to bo bad J II Haugbman it Co PLYMOUTH HOOK hens roosters for sale cheap for cash Mrs J W t Wallace Stanford I ANDERSON CARR fired three shots at a wouldbe burglar the other night Ho lays the follow beat his bullet II log AUTHORITIES say that throefourluit of the quail In Kentucky have been killed by the cold weather This Is p bad news for the Nlmrodi El MATILDA WALLACE colored Idied at Nlcbolaivtllo and was burle- heroi Thursday afternoon She was about 70 and a good old woman PeneCJecehedrthey had finished unloading them ia SHERIFF W L LAWSON of Oar rard arrested and lodged In jail here today James Sword charged with stealing bee gums from Q B Boone I WE wore Incorrectly Informed corning Mrs Salllo J Balls will 9 left all of her property to her eon T C Ball and made him cxccntor without hoo- dLosrIn Crab Orchard between the town pump and R O Bronaugha rest denco antiS A Eo fraternity pin Finder return to Miss Bert James and receive rewardr CUARLEY DIIYK Negro killed J the tight at tbo Quarter Rouse near Mlddlciboro was a Lincoln county product having lived at Ilustonvllle until about Ova years ago l GEORGE GRAY who got 10 years for robbing Paymaster Colgan at M1ddl uekeepff MARY CRAIO colored was arrested by Morslal Jones yesterday charged with forging Mrs J W Alcorna name to an order to E J McIloberU for a J pair of 1160 shoes She got tho shoes all right but shell wish she hadnt before the courta get through with her to Miss Saoroya for the latest I les la photos I I WILL deliver millethap anywhere In town at 10 cents par hundred J H Boono Fort RKNT Eithermytwo reel dancer on West Main Street W P Walton TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL and tboI TwlccaWeok Courier Journal for 60 a year Our paper and Bryans FuthreeTHOSE wishing to enter tho old lid Blare contest to bo held at Danville Cl25tbrem Danville Ky WM HAMiLroN tho jeweler who mado a small fortune here has opened a Jewelry store at 29 W Male Lcxlog gdidntget enough of Canada where they went with a view to locating THE Danvlllo News says that a eon of D W Dunn while engaged In cutting alks on the farm of J S Gjodc near Huiionvlllo found what proved to bo tbo remains of a carrier pigeon Around the right leg of the bird was a smell aluminum band on which was en graved 116C S A1001 BOUOIIT AT DANVILLE Mciirs o KlaloyTribbleHolme Bright of Danville their j tack of groceries ota and will take posicitlon soon Both the gentlemen aro all tight and we cheerfully comIthem to the good people of Dan 1 and Boyle county I A JOKE on W A Pellua MM G TTimborlako writes as follows from Mlllcdeovlllo Mr Petty was mls taken about killing tbo wild goose fJaving just moved Into tho neighborhood ho was not unto too ways of Woe End people nod things One of my gceie strayed over on his plsoo and was shotbyhlm Uo will have to Hod somo other sign to go by lor hli weather prognostications Turnerae d nod It proved a most enjoyable enter talnmont Carter lime the managers i did everything In their power to make everybody have a good time and right well they succeeded Tbero were 20 eonteitaou and Meter Will Tuttle i John n Hlllo and Richards bad a bard time deciding which of them was entitled to the first prize a tine violin After considerable trouble boy gave It to V A Lewis of Parksvlllc and the Wllllayme did well with their enterprise and It Ii more than probable that they will hold a oonleat at Liberty In tbo near future Too Richards bops portion of tho en tertalnment was oleo highly pleasing PLEASANT OCOASIONMlu Abbio Lutes and brother Mr Charles Lutes entertained at their pretty country home Wednesday evening In honor of their guest Mlw Callle Abnor of Beattyvlllo Games wore cnjorcd Mines Maggio and Ida King furnished somo excellent Instrumental musloand at the proper hour a delightful sumo Ij was served Following Is a hit of thoao present Misses Dora and Lula Hop kin Maud Best Willie Wlgham Mal glo and Ida King Lola Fisher Amer ica Dubbard Katherine Wllchor Ada May Jennings Erma and Alice White Messrs Arch and Allle Bishop Wesley Hughes William MoAllster Tom and Hoary King J Leo Murphy Charles Nunnelloy Isaac and Will Tuttle Dar ry Hill Walter VanAridalc William Daavlllde d Att and Bob Myers Elmer Cooper Ed Huphcs Matt Myerf Ed and Bob Hub bias Lewis Vanhook Wes and Hugh Ballot Ester Carter John Hubbard BLOOUV BATTLE IN BELLIn ode perate light at the Quarter louse ii near Mlddlcsboro whero a half bun dred or 10 people have bock killed lo tbo last decade Charley Cecil and Jno Doyle of a sheriffs posse wore killed and Charley Drye Marsh Wilson Per MIboa man cam od Hopper members of Leo Turners so called army also bit the dun and tno disreputable Quarter louse was roo dusted to arbor The sheriffs posse wont to too house to demand the eur render of Leo Turner for stealing some mules from Gllloa Colaon and when Deputy Sheriff Cecil knocked at uplapCrY tlo then began over Cecil body The attacking party surrounded Turner fort with the exception of the South western side and fired Into the placo from rooks and truce on tho moumta tcethe Just before hiy11 was houeu caught fire the lames spread to the stockade built of thick oak plant 40 feet high by which Turners rondo TOUB was surrounded and It was burn cd Turner denied that ha was In stockade Ho has called logetber 0 more mountaineers who will not lot any one go to the Quarter House1I OLD newspapers for sale This office W goodfarm hand J E Bruce WE will soil bay and feed cheap tore few days to reduce stock J H samooREV J W Da r subject Sunday morning Is Weighed and Wanting evening Tho Sinner and HII Own Salvation SiRiNO is coming oll ready rniture of all kinds carpets wallpa etc Just one lof hatT Mil BEN BOONES house near Goeb caught fire while Mr Wm Holt 0 aw was being batted yesterday but the lames were extinguished before truth damage was done AT a meeting of tbe trustees of Row Idmithclerk and G W Goodrich treasurer A marshal will bo elected next meeting nightitDECLARED fNSANEMrs Julia Ai berry of tbo Mltlcdgovllle section was pronounced Insane In Judge Baileys court yesterday and she was taken to Lakeland Asylum by exSheriff S M Owens and Deputy C B Owens today Tile splendid letter tram Danville which appear In tale paper are from the pen of Mr Owen McIntyre of the Advocate one of the brightest and best young newspaper men In tho State Like thousands of our readers we hope hu will continue too good work In gigln us the latest happenings In and Vicinity INOENIUS MERCHANTS James F Cummins of the firm of Cummins McCtary has mado a show cave which Is lighted by acetyllne gee and which le all useful as it la ornamental Geo H Farrii senior member of ale firmI Is the Inventor arid manufacturer hone collar rack which Is tbe tett- bloll for showing off collars we have seen HOLTJSCLAW William Holtwslaw familiarly known as Finger Bill to dlnlngnUh him from several other William IIoltMlaws died at his home on tba Crab Orobard pike Wedneiday of pneumonia and was burled at Gosb en Thursday after eevloea at ale lato home by Rev W B Arnold A wife and several grown children survive him He professed Christianity a few years ago and had store been an excellent citizen To TilE PJ5N A WllllnnuburK dli patch rare that Sheriff J P Ellison loll for Frankfort with tbo following prisoner who bad been convicted at the recent term of the Whitley circuit court Giles Carroll life for murder W G Holland life for murder John Yonle four rears malicious ebooilng Kennedy ono year horse stealing and James Lay one year malicious cutting Holland Is well known In this and Ca soy counties bo having lived years at Yosemite whom ho was a good citizen CONTRACTEDAt a meeting of tbo City Council Tuesday eight the board adopted the report recommended by Councilmen Cicero Reynolds and J M Alverion and Mayor A B Florence who were appointed to contract with the Stanford Water Light do lea Co for water and light service this year The company Is to replace tbo 12 old ever and 17 Incandescent with the lot set pattern Enclosed 1200 candle power arcs 25 candlepower Imcamd mote 43 fire hydrants and furnish an altnight light service for 83000 lights are to bo ready for service wit In 30 days Tbe following restriction were placed upon tho company In taro a light falls to perform Its tooC clone It will be tbo duty of tbe city marshal to notify tho secretary and treasurer of the company and if not attended to within an hour of such no tlficatton a penalty of 91 por light night will bo assessed against the com poop all fire hydranta have to be drained monthly except in nneeaeoaable weather for failure of same a penalty of II is to be taxed against the company It the clip desires any addition al arcs or Incandescent put in they are kobe at tbe rate of 160 and 016 re ipcctlvely per year The clip reserve the right to change tbe location of aOl of tbo lights or any to be added Tbe company rape it proposes to make Stan lord the best lighted city In too State and heres hoping their efforts will o be In vain The City Council la to congratulated upon giving the people a bettor and all alght light service M C A Paducab Ky Feb 20 23 One lard for the round trip from all potato in Kentucky on the Queen it Crescent Route Ask ticket agents f orIparticulars Naplarh0 of at her homo near Mlddleburg She w tbe daughter of Chaa Napier Roy William Cheek has closed a meeting at Rough Creek church Laurel county which resulted In 22 addt lions Theor property of the Plnevlllo Teel Co was eold by tbe master corn mlaslonor to Nody Siarkcy of London for 1200 HUBBLE Miss Marv Swlnebroad has been vis iting Mrs G D Swlnebroad Lancas terJohn C Robinson bas bought a fancy ddle and harness horse to drive In his- rubber tire Elder A R Mooro will fill his pulpit at tho Christian church Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Misses Susie and Sallle Mitchell of Loaders aro vjsltlng Mrs Thomas Mc Millan for a few days commuoltybasLaacaster at Co per pound T C Rankin le back from the South and reports a lair trade in mules Everybody Is glad to see Mr Rankin return Miss Pearl Eubank has been visit ing at Hustonvllle for a few weeks LIp Weaver le out agate after bit fall J Rankin has goon to Somerset for a days James Wllmot and J W Bourne a mad dog a few llaY8 ago bad bitten Mr Bournes dog MrI Wllmot bad a cow and two doge to go mad some weeks ago- MATRIMONIAL A 13 year old girl was married to a 10 ve iRobortGuyon of Jessamine were married Wednesday John F Adam a widower of 59 aDdI Mist Ella Bowlln were made one at T J Bowlln Wednesday AndersonC1rcaceburg KOtLw Baking Powder Most healthful leavener in the world Goes farther IIOIAIlleorwWOlllLI Public Sale F I will sell at public auction at my farm o- DIN 0 river SH mills from Preachers vllle Ky on Tuesday February 2602 CommenclnEat 10 a m tho following good brood mares In foal 1 tsmlly horse 0 yours old t combined horse Z yore old I combIned horse D old t saddle horse 4 years old 1 saddle more e ears old saddle mare 4 yean old yearling folly hone colt extra good yearling maro niulo 13 800pound yearling steers i ahort horn cows all young 1 Jersey cow 1 short horn bull 2 years old3 shorthorn bull calves 2 steer calves 1 heifer 1 new carriage full leather top 3 buggies 1 new dor othere8hold and kitchen furniture Terms made known on of sale J P Chandler Auc IIAYDENb Notice Information wanted of present address of Malcolm O Yeareo or It dead hili children It any who might Inherit Address D H Arthur Attorney Oloverrvllle New York BROWN a BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office in Masonic BIdg SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all the State Court also OourtsISheriffs Notice OtAll taxpayers of Oases county wbo lana- not paid their taxes for IDOl may expect to hne personal property leased on with- In the next SO en n save yourself thIs mortification taxes at DELLonceSheriff of Casey County Iy Livery Outfit For Sale with to sell my livery business at Mo Kinney and will make the price right to the buyer Aia having n good trade but dont like the business Write or call for parttc plan JOHN COULTER McKinney Ky atJ H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STPHFOR0 KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Ilatoa Special Attention to Travel tog Men Phono No 90 WE WANT YOUR TRADE FOR 1902 1 As an Inducement we offer a complete stock in at that will sell t11generonsbuslaces i 1 s Fancy rind Staple Groceries Glassware are Shelf 1ldndsHeating Stoves Also EtcilotbyJOHN BRIGHT JR CO 11 fi tteeta tr wfaj t 0 eWtM w Overcoats I 1i t r 1 e fJi t e1I 1IrJ Only n few in Mens but several in Boys sizes left We dont want to14iIf them and will not do so if f4 4 rcanget close to what they cost usej1 f ana 1 or a 8ICt as i If i OSf Kemember this is a cash sale attl- yr t H J McROBERTS wWit f1 24kt1 = tlk M i Akaka pSfN e 4 if t1 1 I f t e nQ febIt9tVOltmt3 jatg1lOIoI aMfijgflim lr I Who Is It What Is It i t i These art the questions hundreds of people have IIj risked about ij THE rN I COMPANYIftbe Portman We have bought site Myers House and hope to have the same liberal patronage wo r 1m IItveniently fixed to serve you On the first floor we will carry a class line of Dry Good Shoes and Notions On tbe second ready made skirts and waists trunks lace curtains firtI 4 IOloaks and sec our new ginghams percales Hambnrgs laces a for early sewing Commence right now to trade with T D Raney Miss Emma Warren Mies Effie Warren WM SEVERANCE Prop i t J md 1t Higgins McKinney Have about forty bushels choice homegrown t Red Clover rSeed Northern Seed Oats c fpj 1r I i CLOSING OUT r II have decided to quit the goods business and ti j have advertised my store for sale The read crs of this paper know the kind and quality of 1 the goods I handle and while I am waiting t t for the purchaser of this stock of goods you f i have an opportunity of buying firstrclasav tI goods at greatly reduced prices for cash ohyiJAMES FRYE HUSTONV1LLE j ITHE JNTERIORJOURNAL Bntered n the foiloffice at Stanford at r Uondelcut ratter 81r13sASZhaoolaga rsadvSsv T1 PERYEAR CASH alt w hen not topatdSjaOO will be charged L t J I KNOXVILLE DIVISION No II Train going North 1IM a m NoM II IIN2IOamNo t5n U Southt2SS am No 23 II I N12 p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 leaved Stanford at 153 a m Ko SsrrlTwatSUnlord l15am No 21 tare Stanford tN 230 r m RrA JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky OfflcflOTor Higjrlns A McKlnneys Stor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoTCinnsy Kj Makeand keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chick an Feed c Prices very reasonable Ous tom grinding a specialty U V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 81 acres situated on the Stan ford and Ottenlielm pike 3 miles from Stan ford In gram and land with excep tlon of a few acre considered thin land BafHclent stock water and some good fens Ing timber no dwelling only a coin crib U U a very desirable placo Will sell at 125 per acre Call at this pOice FOX tit LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T n Bright Oo Will hold on February 23 160S a big JAOK SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will ix disposed of Nothing but tirst class jack IoOlJcI ted HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call isNEW LIVERY STABLED w SIIBEE lc ti1N Prors JUNCTION CITY KY Reasonable ITlrsvCiae Turnouts at Rater I Special Attention to Traveling Men drain and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel 7MRS U D SIUISON Iror lumcnster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid to e Every hag first class Porters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE ST Manufacturer of SR i a R II And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Pr- icePOSTED The following persons have their lands posted and they will punish to the full ex tent of the law auy person or persons found hunting Qshlng trapping or otherwise tros naastngon thorn W U Boone O D Boo- noJIId A Pleasant O P Newland II K Newland W R Ulgjrlns O I Crow E V Woods J E Druco Ceo D Uopper- B H naugbman It C Hockor J 8 Rocker A9 Oroaddus- Hra J H White J W Kaughman J W Adam 8 T Harris W p Tate Joseph Rallou J M Adams J O T A Rloe IUsMaryPepplea WAiter W Warren 11111 lawrence- W R Awn J II Foster Ernest Ullwnnn David Stephens Aaron Dahl m Soft Harness You can mate tour nwi M son at a and ai tough as win baiu lneEiHKKAH netm Oillengthen IU lot twin M tone ortloarUj would EUREKAHarness make a poor looking barn Ute new Dads of I pan Leafy tojted oil CI nodIp prepared to who tbl wralberI Fold evtrrwhtr In earsall llaN Mift bj STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing f7I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In Orst clan style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H GHEKK Stanford Ky i S PRICE IDentist Stanford Ky OOetOTtr McEoberU Drug Stor In the Ossly Bulldlos FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney eon taming six rooms two porches veranda all necessary outbuildings nice shades good garden A desirable location and a bargain on or address- J II VANUOOK McKlnncy KT Small Farm For Sale Situated near Peyton Well contains about 80 acres and Is now occupied by Samuel Bishop Has fair house of 4 rooms and the outbuildings are In good repair Spring and well both close to house Is In a good state of cultivation and fencing first class Six acres meadow IS acre in wheat 12 for corn and balance In grass Terms Ji cash balance 1 and 2 COLUMBUS BISHOP Shelby City Ky J+ G+ McCiMY UNDERTAKER = EltIBALMER And DcalcarIn SABNESS SADDLESY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS TJITDESTAKSBS ALSO X AtlM l FuFnrnIturcBIatUnK8Rngs And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Give them a call Prices right BTANFOBD KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpeclolUtJof Louisville will be at St Asnpli HoteljStanford Tuesday March 18 One day only Ryes examined and glasses scleatlicallyiadjostcd OSBce hour 0 AJ to 4 p m tee l Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday March II 1902I Between the hours of 0 a ra and 4 p ii at Iho court house door in Stanford Lincoln county KyI will expose to tbe highest bidder for Cash in hand to p the State and county taxes for the ursI shown opposite the names tho flIowlngI property or BO much thereof as may be necessary to pay said taxes This list will be published once a week for tour xres and the names will disappear as soon at the tax and cost are paid tost of alrer tiling 150 Stanford White Brady James D X R SO acres W r0 Ilrummett Rebecca 8 acres 9- Oooluy 25 Mrs S II ItWM 4 acres 8 n Uangherty W J Oft acres 3 0 Daughery J B N U SS acres IJU Ends II T 10001 as acres 8 90 Elmore 8 D 1 town lot 3 60 Fred Morris 1 town lot 10 t5 Hall Jeffcraon 10001 13 acres 4 00 IllattJJ 1 town lot 8 05 Hocker Charles cold 15 acres 3- ilolttclaw 00 Alex 40 acres 21 GO loltzclaw Mrs Lucy 27 acres 3 51 Isom John SO acres 9 8S Lay E W 3t acres 3 3 Martin W M SB acres 0 00 Martin W T 31 acres 8 r5 Martin Jno O 100 acres T 30 Rain J W IS acres 2 95 choffer Widow 5J acres S 25 Stone W T tOi acres 20 62 kanght W w yt aero 2 15 Stanford Colored Ituckncr Scott House R lot 4 01 Carr Anderson 3 houses tt lots 12 13 Christopher Albert H acre t IS Cowan Oeo 4 acres 3 85 Embry Dove 1 acre 3 r0 Good woltbrd 4 acre 3 6 lajden Tim 1 acts 2 5 Ilckman Munroe 20 acres 8 00 Lackey wm house lot 4 n Lackey wm sr hcuse lot 1 60 Logan Jim 1 acre 2 i5 Logan Jim 12 acres S t1 andldge John 1 aCfI 11 andldge John 4 acres 3 S5 Simpson Elias 3 acres 2 11 Sims Thos nacre 2 n Stewart Harrison 10 acres 3 r7 5- 811wart James S acres 2 111 Wade Diddle house lot 8 GO Whitley Willis house lot 3 00 Crab Orchard White Abt Joseph 3d acres 10 Adams Reuben 34 acres bal 1 15 Adams James II 20 acres 3 05 Adams Nannle P S3 acres 6 75 Drown Herbert 20 acres 2 05 Delaney Mrs Kate 50 acres 1 80 Denney Halllnger 20 acre 3 Ol Denney Joe 30 acres 3 IS Ulllon Aniel U acres house lot B I o Dishon Lewis 38 acres 3 f- Ichler Conrad NR 30 acres 1 16 MwardjT BNK 600 acres 17 15 Farris Eb heirs house lot 3 60 Poloy Hornclt 38 acres 8 lit laggard heirs 40 acres 1 10 loath Tolbert 12 acres 0 51 luau Mrs Ellen 05 acres 8 W ccswlne Julius 46 acres 2 71 efevers John 100 acres 13 40 IcKlnnpy John 16 acres 4 20 Jeneeo W W 33 acres 2 85 liddleton Mrs M E 105 acres 31 2f Robinson Richard N R 4 acres 3 4- logers 5 Thomas 76 acres 271 losers John 30 acres 1 PZ Smith R A H acres 2 3f Smith J L 18 acres 1 SO tephenson IV T 155 acres 18 20 hompson Richard S acres 1 15 Crab Orchard Colored nderson John 1 acre 2 15 arson llceloy I acre 1 00 Lays Fred 0 acres 2 75 IluttonvUe While Idrlch Mrs E L 110 acres 29 30 alloy IJ M 2 acres 1 O- larton A J 4 acres 3 Oa upenter George 40 acres 217l- ptea E W 20 acres 1 15 ooch Aden 150 acres 2 48 Haley David 10 acres 2 00 tenth Oeorge11C11 1 O- Jartin J O 76 acres 3 07 Maxey 0 B 13 acres 2 00 filler August 75 acres 0 6t Martin John col 60 acres 2 iO jssell Pleve 10 acres 2 00 Splsler Mike 63 acres 4 46 atnni Q W 68 acres 0 OS alum G W 22 acres 7 63 aught Dudley 1J acres 0 20 inson John 80 acres 2 75 Williams John 300 acres 3 44 Yocum J D 48 acres 2 iO YocumJII 20 acres 212- Drowo W1 170 acres 8 48 uWhorter J W 70 acres 242- Jeffries J F 40 acres 276 H ustonVt 110 Colored bailey Charles I acre 2 37- Blain Johnllot 2 69 irton Dave 4 acres 2 48- Capps J W hot 2 80- Cooper Dick tloL 212- ale Lewis- idle 3 acres 2 17 Findloy 1 lot 2 60- albridge Howard 2 acres 2 17- DfYO George F 1 lot 2 88- 1301Vllliam 1 lot 3 60 arris George 5 acres I 38- Forrell Den 5 acres 2 48- OtTcna Anderson 20 acres 8 28- JohDson Henry 60 acres 7 80 McCormack Sam 3 acres 2 75 lOtrmack Alridl- adows 4 acres 2 17 Jack 2 acres 200- Mil er Charles 1 lot 1 85- NOlCmlln Patton 2 acres 2 05- nlgneI Ilenry- ido 5 acres 2 17 Charles 2 acres 217 Wajruwbur- gimt A J 1M acre a 5- oaUanl I V A 20 acres 2 M- lutton 8 B 101 acres IS- OIUlb H 130 acres SI 15- I aaib John 132oree S 10 1 t llrtntOM N tt 11 acted 7 s Itrttlrr Aadt so am I 1 HurtroBJftr 551crcs3ISOstre S co Biulrr Joseph UriarlJ urph SOarres 31 Cbamlwn Jim t2IeNt bal 21 Cllaier Wm 53acm II C3 Cuupton II 11 to acres bsl 4 U Dunn F M 180acres hat T5 Dri W U Sracrea 5 t Him Sim I hu and let 2 110I Foley n L tDaeres aCS MhHM Ol aysa wt I sub S11 cm a lorhJM ttsttw 410 lUowaJ W 1attel 31 Ibm 4O as sere I 4fI ilUnUJC 1Utrt 31 1KMJ U ttyaxtlI1J UMt WI sin W- IJtrllJh dbHea sun Jobaao IL i tree I tIS tlrrrn KU I torts 9 1- 0IMII J H 9t acts bal 11 Lea Thomas 9 sItt I M MNkah4u 2CstnI 21 MoMulUn W 11 lit am r AI McMulUo Urtta Id area I- M tt MUltr 1 C scow t if Nerve Albert M axles I I MltchrtlJohn 4Jarr 21 McKlnnof John SO acrv 230 McKloner W D 12 acne I to McKlnnerJM Uocm 21 Nolln It n 60 acre 2 JI5 Oikw Peter J03 urn 31 OwensJ P Mscm 11 rhullp Joel 111 sans II M like Ulll Ihou and loll r trr O c CJ arm I n Perry F N 1JO urea 11 O Pratt u W 1W iris tI 20 lieJJJ uB 1aMI KuiMl Doe 41 acres e os Havel U W 3M sues X 1 81m Upton 1M acre 41 Ulotleton Vf U 41 aem ot Singleton Wm 91 cTn 41 SuJduth TLC M acres 21 TuoiberleitoD Thomas 1QO urn I Wltn Illlej less 6I IVhymia A 1 III acrts 31 for IDOl 110111ploaseday of this sale bringing lIt an matters will be sattifactorllyadjusted S M OWENS Sheriff MIDDLE BURG The health of this communal wal never bettor than at the prntent Mrs MeD Royalty 1s very 111 at tbls writing being confined to her bed The other sick aro convalescent School at Mlddleburg Normal College Is progressing nicely a common Interest between pupil and teacher ho las taken Considerable Interest being taker In the old fiddler contest which U 10 bo held at Kecnoys flail this place Saturday night W F Martin formerly of tbo 31th Tot U S VI has lately had his pea Increased from 13 to l2a month Mar tin rcccUcd a Mauler wound In AUlut of 1000Fred L Durham who bas been hold lop down a lucrative position with a Chattanooga railway concern for tbo past 18 months Is visiting his mother sod other relatives hero Quito a number of our people l1ave bad the moving fever the past week M S McMutlin moved hick to YOJ mite W T Dyo moved to town In tbe Dye property Rod McCormick moved to the property In North Mlddlebur vAcated by Mr Dye Olell McAnlnc moved up to the Durham farm on tht river and C C Lanbam moved to the Farris property near Stanford Casey democrats are tickled they have a right to be Jubilant It andI irtuent proposed redistricting bill ported by tbo redistricting commttto Is carried through In our last lotto re sent up a wall as tho first propotc dport of the committee was to dike Cagey out of the 18th Senatorial and place It In another with Adair Rue sell Cumberland and Monroe and a district that no democrat could over hope to carryJa tho last report Ca lev Is to be retained in the 18th 10 ably represented by Senator Farrl Casey le to be taken out of the llth Congres tonal dlstrlci and put In the 4tb now represented by Hon D B Smith CA soy will be the only republican county la the Fourth district which le safely democratlo from 6000 to 0000 C C KINGSVILLE IA petition was soot In from hero last favoring the Introduction of no anti cigarette bill If the bill passel we cant help but reel sorry for our ci garette fiends and wonder what substl Lute they will employ J Brooks Rogers traveling salesman ut Kaoxvllle was hero Tuesday Mrs D M Crelghton is 111 of grip Mrs D- II Pennybacker went to Erlangei Sunday to attend uooral of an old rrlend Mrs Mrs McGuffy wife of our deputy sheriff is III ot con gumption D M Crelgbton whom we reported last week to be suffering from symptoms or gout has adopted the JUHO ofIIlow living and high think Leg with favorable results 00 In granting ball to J M McKnlgb bo United States circuit court of ap- teals completely revrrses Judge 1ev- Ins saying that his refusal doesnt rmonlze with the humane principle of the law McKnlgbt wilt give bond halo sloe BlWA1ht1100 h rdenf this b r will w pleased to lato- hatcherafaatleutondreaded dDoae that d- eoce bit Lan shin to cure la Its stags and has U Catarrh Halls Catarrh CUM Is ths only tulUre curs known to the meJlcal fraternity I a cooUltutlonil dlteaet requires a nitllnllonil treatment Uall Catarrh Lure to- tken Internally acllf directly upon the blood ad mucous surfaces of the irtteot tbereby dt retina tbe foundation of the dlMswand g sing tbe tstrength up the oonatlta noa andutMingnatureindongits work The oprUtor ban w It coritlT powen they offer On Hundred Dollies for tar MM tbat It tell to cur Send lot lUt of tee sJteCIIENEYacOTolede0Sold U I Faadly rw krl ter tl E C WIC1VTON Prest I K HUGHES Bee flC reas f THE Central Keutuyck Real State Exftdge And Title company9 We offer for sale the fol lowing No llIoufC nuil lot in Sinn fllnJ Ky hits five rooms hall porch in the roar n mxxl garden lu n brood nlgMfhood andclose to churches ftlll eohool This in n good house fort nnnH family Price 850- No 2A wnnll fnrm of 37 acres about 2 miles from Stanford Hou contnius four goal rooms back porcl null one vcntiula A good barn and other outbuilding all in repair Gilt in six fields well fenced 20 acres in cultivation one aero in fruit trees rest in grass This was bought at n Comrtuitiionera tale nt n bargain nUll can bo sold at a bargain It U close to school anti church anti only 21 miles from Stanford Price 533 per aero Laud adjoining sold for 84 and 15 per acre This is n bargain No 8house and lot in Stanford House contains five rooms A good stable and G acres of laud well fenced This is ono of tho prettiest building lots in town there is room enough iu front for two other cottages or n two story front could bo built to the cot tugo and bo made u beautiful home This place will bo sold cheap as tin moneyNo dwelling covou rooms hall and vomndn Gowl garden fencing and noose in good repair This Ilnee U for side or rent price reasonable- Na 5Hous and lot In Stanford Houi has three rooms and front porch A good garden and stable In good re pair This pace will bo sold cheap No 7 Houso and lot In Stanford Kv Ono and ono halt story contains five rooms A good garden smoke house and coil house Price only 1300 No 8Smlll farm of about 80 acres 23 miles from Stanford on county road 25 acres In cultivation 7 In pasture 2 good orchards and rest in timber Two small jqttagrs good barn and other ontbuild First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tide Institution was rtabUaJoe4C- Ia the Deposit Hank of Stanford In nt8 then rrorranltrd aa the National Hank of Stanford In UU and again reorganized as the First National hank at Stanford In 188J having had practically an uninter rupted exUtenco for la It Is better npplled now with facllftlM for transact lagbastness prompUy lid well than ever before In Its long honorable carver Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Full not any cough cure can be bettor than our Syrup of White Pino Coin pound with Tar It does just what must be douo thor oughly a cough overcomes and inflaru roat1on1t soothes and heals the delicate tissues of the air passages it expec toration oosons the cough and finally cures It to stay cured Relief Is almost Ira mediate It Is pleasant to take and to use When you wont tbo trough cure ask for Pine Com Price Twenty five Cents Ky JtIK kriQVks4 lIngs Well watered rail fencing fairly good This place can bo at price as owner lives in aid mutt have money No ttA farm o222 acres Biluaied foul + miles from 8lauarvl the best e In the county Sixty acres In wheat IQ acres In corn C acres in timothy 0 acres in clover nut ITO acres In flue blue This farm Is cut els fields well fenced well watered Savor failing well and wring betide two good ponds d I good barn and lnc Fronts pike for throe quarters ol a mllebotii dwellings being on pUrr Plenty of fruit trees and timber to make G ploDlUdbluedrive irons the county seat owner I of a fine facto adjoining thin has recently refused lay per aero or his place We offer this placo for 137 CO per acre No 10 Cottage on Main street Stan back porch In a house or a small family This properly cost the owner over 11800 wo for 11150 No lA arm of ICO acrea tlluated near Kiugtvillo Ky Sixty acres In cu itvMllou 39 In limber rest in gras well watered two good barns cod other all In good repair The dwell tug Is nu la with In 300 yards of three churches kcbuol propertIelmost desirable farm In that section of the county We will cell the whole farm fot r2400 or In parcels of not lean than 30 acre to suit purchaxr This Is certainly a cheap property Wo have a buyer for a 250 or 300 aero fnrm situated from one to buyerforto four mUos front town with or without improvements Wo will advertise other places later on Wo still solicit your faun and town to sell for you J 8 IlpOKEK Pret J J MollOIIEUTS Cbr W u WEAUEX I V neW Uaeela Oo H T Harris Lincoln On J8 Rocker Lincoln Co W t Walton Lincoln Co J II Mller Crab Orchard M I Blraorc Stanford 8 U Stanford T I1 Hill Stanford Ju Robinson Hubble 111 IUnih an Stanford tv1 Tate Stanford I CARSON PENCE DEAIKHS IS Carriages Buggies Phaetons Wagons Buck boards Harness and complete stock of the above on hand and nro sold nt that defy compotition our elegant ot Lap Robes jientifK Cough Curewe believe that to cnre It congestion promotes economical hrsfspostlble White pound with Tar PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Indianapolis on In Twot The lonlhavlog outbuildings comparatively property Officers Bk- prDirectors Ilanehnian ahvnyfi prices See line AM BOURNEr Lancaster Ky Olsen his services at uotoinrto the people of Lincoln County lie will please you both in work and price Write to him FOR RENT onNoalrlreok234Good average butldlcrs Reasonable rent JAB I1UTOII1N80N Jack For Sale Black with white points II hands high t years old July bred and a One I rformer t Dradehah TuruernUle Kentucky COAL 1 have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business f am better prepared than ever to handle goal and a of your patronage I handle the best grades of coal T L ShELTON Rowland Ky Agents Wanted Having been duly authorized and ap pol the Columbia Publishing house nf Chicago 111 as their General Agaat I Want several men and women to act as agents at a Card salary of 110 month Address Lock Box e Junction City i C t i fh 1JJLMa