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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j j 1 VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 1902 3 P M NO 102 j I 1 We call your ultonlion to the Buffalo Oil Co which owns nil gas and mineral lenses on lands in Kentucky in the counties of Jaokson Knox and Lincoln all ofwhich a nrovdn oil territory Our Jackson county Iand Is In an undovolopod oonlnnd oil region Rnel oil has been found in ninny places in Jackson county This county in sit tinted directly between the Bath oil fields on the north and the Knox county fields on tho south i Our Knox county lane are situated in tho ioinitof the great oil I gushers nail the prolific oil regions of Knox county In this torriforr1110ny arc now operating and n great rush is being made I territoryOur Lincoln county lands arc in the oil and gas belt where oil has been I found in but tho territory not developed A largo portion of this field is within tho 45th degree or the IoniiBylvnnia oil line and is north of the Wnyno county field and on tho line between the Wayne and Bath fields countyfellsour choicest territory It is the intention of tho Company to drill in each of tho three counties anti for this purpose n limited amount of the stock will ho offered for sale Tho oil industry returns the largest known dividends and some idea can bo obtained as to the dozlirnhilityof this stock when you recall tho fact that less than six months ago oil in ono of the Wnyno NEWS NOTESIDr J 0 Jenkins from injuries sustained by a fall on the 1 IcadArthur Colll a county farmer was crushed to death while tolling a troD John F Flake aged 78 former lieu tenant governor of Kentucky It dead at CovlnRton Washington birthday was appro prlately celebrated In moat of the large cities Saturday Mr James 8 Llthgow aged 90 lorI iner mayor and a prominent manufac turer of Louisville Is dead Henry Davis tbot sad killed his brother ln law Emmett Dixon at Hen dqrion tie claims It was by accidentv Richard Barber individual book t keeper of the Fayelto National Dank at Lexington committed suicide by 1IhooloRJ H Caraway editor and proprietor of the Morgan County Mcjconger died of consumption lie leaves a wife and ought children Heeler Turner who killed his brother t In Allen county three weeks ago and was thought to bo suffering from a fa tal wound has ned to Tennessee A passenger train on the Virginia and Southwestern road was held up by robbers between Dig Stone Gap and Interment Va and the baggage oar robbed of 170 The New York Southern Society Rae Us annual banquet at the Val dorfAslorla Judge Augustus Van j Wjek president of the soelety deliv ored one of tbo principal addresses Charley Campbell aged 10 of held tel Tenn has been Jilled at Lebanon Va charged with making moonshine whisky The older members of the family escaped Henry Wllkerson a farmer Is undo guard at Muofordvlllo under suspicion diedofsuddenly Her body was taken to Lou Igvllle to bo analmd by the doctor there 0Several member of Crazy Snakes s band looted a hardware store at Keo kuk Fall Okla They wore followed by a pose and dlspereed alter a lively tight two of the gang having been cap turedA elect storm Is prevailing In the Eastern State In Philadelphia all the wires are down and the airy iis virtually tied up Washington was out oft iron communication with the out side world except for ooo wlro In I New York tho weather conditions were the worst for year Storms are raging toward New England coast and ie Iirlousfeared Probabv 20 and perhaps more lives wero boat by fire which destroyed tho Park Avenue Hotel In Now York Sat- urdayt morning Most of the 600 guest- had time to escape since the flro start ed an hour or so previously In the 71st Regiment Armory occupying an on tiro block noxt tq that occupied by tbo I hotel acd to which It spread Among the dead Is Col Jal E Popper of Lexington A tow guests wore rescued by firemen and ono woman leaped from the fifth story and is fatally Injured The property loss U estimated at ll r 1 000000 Italy Is In tbo throe of labor troub le Tho Homo for old Masons near Shel will bo formally opened Satur ayIt took 16 hot rounds for Terry McI Govern to whip Dave Sullivan In LouI lavlllo Saturday night At Rutlcdgo Tonn Robarl Turner a farmer was shot and killed by Gaines Pcmborlon a deputy sheriff A Washington correspondent says that Rear Admiral Schloy will rest his ease on tho presidents decision William Emorton Richmond better known a Billy Emerson the rain trel died In Boston Saturday night Judgo W H DoWolf past Noblo Grand of tbo Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of Indiana le dead itt Vlncennc Hundreds of families are destitute In the newly opened Oklahoma country some of the settlers being on the verge of starvation Unknown persons blow up all the leading away of lees In tbo Cripple Creek district and the district Is In a stain of terror I Loo Turner Is now at TaiowcllTonn to custody of Sheriff A J Hughes waiting to hear from Gov Bockbam Hn has written a letter to tbo govern or fitting out that he had nothing to do with the tight at his Quarter tJOiI salon awl that be did not In any sense Incite the riot and trouble Ho itsks that the reward be withdrawn HUMPHREY There aro a great many spokes going to Klngtvlllo from this letlon lack Durham ono of the good oil tens of tbl fceotion Is 111 of stomach trouble The wheat of this stotlpn is looking a little more favorable than It did two or bran weeks ago- Considerable sleet toll on Thursday night thawing Saturday and making the mud almost of a besieging nature It hal been reported that Lou Kmcr son and Miss Nora Williams are to be united In the holy bonds of wedlock Tuesday Bales it Crosby have sold their farm to S D Wilson of North Dakota and Mr Glosby will leave In a few days for Texas where be Intends making bll future home Mr and Mrs W O Surbor leavo on Tuesday for California for the benefit of the letters health S T Elliott was In Loulsvlllo last week toying In dr goods notions otc Rev Having Adair hoe moved Into the Dr property on Liberty street Nervous children almost always 161 children The Got door boy Ie seldom nervous WniTJtsORAM VKIUHFUOK Is the best preventive of neryousnf It strengtheus the system and waists to that andspower of cnduianco Irlce 25 cents Pen flys Drug Store With Millionaire Andre we In jell a Detroit for looting a bank from tho In side and Pugilist Dick Burgc who mado 1150000 In 10 years as boxer un dor sentence of burglarizing a bank from the outside tho road of tbo Na poloon of Finance appears rough and rockoy take it which way you will Loulsvlllo Times Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts Buhlalo Oil Go INCORPORATED Capital Stock 20000 MDAVI8OXLaw Sec i Trcus Director J EvnrusJ Pierre D II J Darst Howland Ky J N Menofee Davison A B Florence L n Hughes 1 ot Stanford Ky comity companion had few buyers nt 810 per share while today this stock is worth 3000 per share This picture is not overdrawn as they are facts known to exist- Kentucky bids fair to equal with her oil fields those of Pennsylvania getinDANVILLE AND VICINITY Mr Cloyd Johoatono of the Huston yule neighborhood has a violin whlcb has been In use over 200 years It hat fine tone and Is very valuable Sam uel Bishop the old fiddler at Turners Tllle who le a winner In the contests draw tbo bow across this violin The Instrument is probably worth 8500 George Carpenter aired 81 weight 125 pound and Mary Brand aged 32 weight 350 were married by Judge Prowttt to his ontco two months ago The ceremony was very strong and Im preeslvo because tho Judge at the time suspected that it would bo a bard matter to keep the couplo together Not withstanding the tact that two wives bad preceded tho aged groom to the grave he could not figuratively speak log bold his third Sho was too frisky for him and when his pension come last week she appropriated mot of the coin and left for greener Held The old man told his troubles to the police but the oflleer havo been unable to locate the unfaithful bride O or Huffman who recently moved from Stanford to Danville had an ex citing experlenco a few nights since Do has a room at Rices Hotel with Samuel Gilbert the Lexington horse man Gilbert lost the key to the room and Huffman fearing an invasion from burglar Instructed the night clerk to lock the door with tbo pass key MrIKmllo Maier who ably holds down that position complied with the requetput the key In his pocket and retired to his followingdayat 7 oolooK In the morning they dUcov crsd the door locked and after pound lag the walls and raising all kinds of racket they also dtwoverad that the other oooupants of that put of the building bad gone down and no one oould be raised Finally about 11 Huff man who Is of the stature of Abraham Lincoln decided to ollmb through the transom Ho wont half way through without difficulty but at that point be came fastened and for ome time re malned In that unpleasant position Johnny Meier finally beard the noise and assisted lo rescuing the meat mer chant and releasing the horseman and all shook hands CHURL MATTERS perI yeary American Mmorthe Macedonian brIgands who SleetnThe Cumberland Presbyterian Per manent Committee on Sunday schools has received 3777 30 from Childrens day offerings not Including the 1700 tram Illinois Synod not yet In Naval Constructor Richmond P Hob ton errlvcd at Paducah Saturday to attend tho State Young Mens Christian Association convention Do mado four speeches during the afternoon and evening GOT HID OF HIS RHEUMATISM During tho winter of 1803 I was so lame In my joints In fact all over my body that I could hardly hobble around I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain helm From the first application I be gan to get well and was cured and havo worked steadily all tho year It Wheeler Northwood N Y For sale by Craig Uocker druggists Sho Tho survival of tho fittest seems to bo a popular doctrine He Well it 1s complimentary to all ofus who arc left You can help any ono whom you find suffering from inflamed throat laryngeal trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by advising tho uso of BVLLAUDB Hold poUND SYRUP the great remedy for coughs and colds Price 25 and 50 cents Pennys Drug Store A Washington telegram says there Is reason to believe that tho president has Congressman Wm H Moody In mind to succeed Mr Long as Secretary of tho Navy HEADQUARTERS PIERRE S D BRANCH OFFICE STANFORD KY E S LANCASTER Chicken pox has made Its appearance among the children Eggs are a scarce commodity and have been selling at 25o per dozen Rev O M Chumblcy preached Sue day night on Present Past and Future A contribution for foreign missions will bo solicited attho Christian church next Sunday Hon R H Tomllneon has been at homo from Frankfort Ho reports enough bills to occupy the Legislature for two years Ralph Arnold bought a pair of mules at tbo Terrlll sale for 1230 corn sold at 9275 Stock and things generally iroughl a good price Elder A R Moore preached Sunday evening on Tbo Angel of Revelation HIs theme for next Sunday Is The Progress of the Kingdom Loiter to relatives hero state that Mr Ambrose Duford now of Coving tan but a former Garrard resident Is very low of Bright disease and his death may occur at any time Miss Murpby a late kindergarten teacher of the Garrard graded school was a patient at the sanitarium at Bat tlo Creek Mich which was recently destroyed by fire Miss Murphy lost everything except a dressing robe Railroad Jack advertised as of the finest comedians on tbo II booked for an entertainment at oneI opqra house on March 1 Ho Is ported to havo a Orelclass company a good orchestra and some fine vocalists with him j Mr and Mrs W K Shugaro have rslurned from a visit to McKinney Mr and Mrs W O Rlgney visited Miss Lena at Hamilton College Lexington last Saturday Mr and Mrs AtM Kinnaird of Danville are visiting at W H KlnnalrdV Four people of the Negro population were corpses at this place on Friday ranging from Infantile years to extreme old age Stephen Harris a respected Negro of the slave tlmo days died of pneumonia at the ago of 02 years Ho dad for a bog time boon on the pension list receiving IS a month Homer Ballon a young lawyer of Louisville Is hero vlalllng his father U H Dalson Mrs Gce Ross of Dir mingham Ala has returned home after a visit to the Miss Tillells Mrs Ross was the daughter of Mr Samuel Tllloll of this place but had not been hero for 50 years and only remembered theoreport lambs as considerable sufferers from the late severe weather Whero they bad good shelter of course they fared much better but In somo localities they were subjected toa similar attack of last winter that from ravenous car rlon crowe A young Mr Chestnut re ports his flock as given much trouble by these voracious birds Mrs W A anlls a native and for years a resident and teacher of this place haw been appointed br the goy ernor of Arkansas ai ono of the lady commissioners from that State to the St Louis Worlds Fair Mrs Yanlie has been living at Bebeo Ark for about 12 years and will make the temperance cause prominent In connection with her commission duties A double attraction Is to bo given a tbo Lancaster Opera House Thureda night namely tbo O U Minstrel any Doyle Woolfolka musical comedy 1 Spotless Town which scored such a hit In Lexington and Danville TO those attractions will bo added Sextons full orchestra The company consists of 45 people having 25 pretty girls in tho chorus After the performance Sextons orchestra will furnish music for a dance Miss Emma Hood has been quite ill from a bronchial affection Mre Joe S Robinson Is on the sick list this week J Joseph Is a victim of grip Mrs D M Lackey has been confined at homo from Illness Rev and Mrs H N Faulconor and little daughter of Hlllsboro Ohio will arrive Wednesday night to visit relatives In this city Mrs W O Braaley Ja sick Mrs Rose a former resident of Lancaster and wife of Capt John Rose of the L N Is seriously ill of paralysis at her home In Louisville Mrs W H Wher rltt Is agate a sufferer from the grip oflbe tomarketvance of tho stock The Buflhlo Oil Co gives you the ground floor Our leases cover 5000 acres In the above named counties and our terri tory cannot ho excelled It is equal to anyof the undeveloped territory where fortunes are now being mado daily by sinking paying wells Our H I capital stock is 820000 In shares of 81 each nonassessable and sold only at per Our capital stock is small and tho shares are not sold for speculativefpurposes but for the purpose of vetting money to develop our sink wells and EVEHY dollar in development and if we suc ceed our profits will not bo divided by long divisions as would be the case if antbelow 1 A LIMITED AMOUNT of the stock is offered for sale at 81 per share non assessable If it is all taken before your money is received same will Ixj i i returned to you Address I i J uffafo gifStanforc1 5isr SFor the standing nntlfinancalahiJity of the officers reference isigiven to the of the Lincoln County National Bank or First Na tional Bank of Stanford Kentucky The Beginning OF THE END We have sold so many of our marked down Winter Suits that we will soon be ready to say finis So if you want to avail yourself of this fastdisappearing opportunity you had better come at once Suits and Overcoats at andA Below Cost IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSCH Danville 60 WAY BACK AND SIT DOWNIThis is what our competitors do whqn it comes to following the values we give in Mens Outfitting and Ladies Shoes Spring Stocks 32J are rolling in and our store will soon be filled with the choicest styles over shown in Stanford Do not make tho mistake of buying before you seo our lino of Clothing Hats Furnishings and Shoos Wo haveleverything in these lines at prices tho lowest If you want to dross tvollat the least expense see I Cummins a McGlary11 cr CENTRAL OIL GAS mINING 00 Of Lexington Kentucky a II N Loud Preit Au Sable Mich W II Olay ViccPrf Lexitutin A PEGooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Tboi F Kelly Sec Tress Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres in Wayne county Ky about one and onehalf miles from the great Sunnybrook field about 0003 acres in Lincoln county Ky and GOO acres in Licking Valley in Hath county close up to Uagland We have started to drill in all three counties and expect to strike oil in every well We are i still acquiring very valuable lands Iti addition to those already secured and lying in close proximity to the greatest developments in the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will be sold at 15 a share par value of shares 110 each This stock i will we confidently believe bo soiling for par in thirty days LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors 313 Paxton J D Owiloy B H Shanks W 0 Walker Coo W Carter Successor to The Farmers Hank k Trust Company and under same management continuously for 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Doping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial Officerst1 8 U SHANKS President 1 J B OWSLEY f Cashierl W DL BRIGHT rAsst Cashier w I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate fbr lUIlmd Oommltilonn for the 21 District rablect to the will of the democrii THOSE who think that all of the puth and go aheadailvenoaB to the country i found in tho North and West would chancre their belief were they to visit Atlanta known In many States as tho Pride of the South Twice burned and ono time hardly enough left to tell the tale this Gate City of tho South now has over 100000 Inhabitants fully GOO manufactories tho best street railways and more Imposing bUllnc8d houses and residences than any city Dave Louisville South of the Mason and 1DIxon tine The devastation during war Rave the then growing town a severe setback but she cut and come again and has since been making rapid strides to the forefront Since tho writer was there some three years ngo many marked improvements have been made Including the erection of a b31f dozen office buildings ranging In height from 10 to 15 stories and costing from j 1750000 to over 01000600 each the most magnificent of which Ie The Em plre It is 14 stories absolutely fire proof and looks large enough to easily accommodate every man woman and child in Lincoln county It was built i1byone of Atlantas wealthiest cltlze will be a grand monument to bls memory after he shall have Joined the silent majority The Peldmont Hole to be 12 stories and contain nearly 1000 rooms is under construction and Is at trading much attention Another opera house is going up wMle still an other is being planned This will glvo t the Gate City as many play houses as Louisville and a better and moro up to date lot A consolidation of all the street railways effected last went gives even better service By this ooe can ride from East Point to Dccatn about 13 miles for five cents Then I are a number of other trips of about the same distance that can be taken for a similar amount The Federal prIson t just built in the suburbs will be wort considerable to the city Over a million t dollars have already been cxpcnde by Uncle Sam who says he expect s to blow In as much moro In gettln the buildings and grounds In good cot dltlon This is the only Federal prison I south of the Ohio river and evil doer from all over the South will be scnt there There are now about 150 In stripes Including a dozen Indians An other bunch of red skins Is expected t soon At the 600 manufactories mentioned almost every thing Imaginable 18 made thus enabling Georgias capital I to be independent to a great extent the outside world Fortunately she does not have to depend on the sui rounding country for support for tho toil is the worst looking that morta eye ever rested on and as an agricultural section It mutt be very poo Fairly good cotton can be raised on ii but It takes lots of fertilizer to grow F even that The cotton crop last year was distressingly light in Georgia and on account of it an advance to 8o ha t been made A beautiful white build lag In Atlanta Is the Carnegie Library t to the erection of which tho philan tbroplo Scotchman donated 8140000 J Most of the books In It were taken from the old city library while many were f presented by Georgias liberal citizens The political pot Is warming up just f now There are only two candidates for Governor but they are each malt log a hot fight They are present Attorney General Terrill and Hon Du pont Guerry with the chances greatly in favor of the former The date for 1lettllnlt the question of a nominee has not been named yet Mr Guerry spoke I at the Grand Opera House Friday night and went after hit opponent In a way I that would call for blood In Ken As a nomination means election 1tucky State the fighting Is done In the The Kentuckians who are L now Atlantlans by adoption are all do I log well and are among that citys I most substantial citizens Among them are Dr W Simpson ElkIn Messrs T I It Walton C K Crow Will Elkin W S Watson D B Carson John It Brooks and Geo H and S T Woodson i each of whom Is adding both to his bank account and goof name TUB disgraceful row between the two South Carolina Senators Tillman and McLaurln culminated Saturday afternoon in a fist fight during a session of tko most august deliberative body In the world Tillman accused McLau rln of selling his vote for federal pat nonage when the latter aroao and said It was a II willful deliberate and ma licious lie Tillman jumped over some nhalrs and struck McLaurlo in the faceI and the two clinched It was with dif ficulty that they were separated and order restored Senator Tillman characterizes as a personal Insult the presidents withdrawal of an Invitation to him to attend the White House dinner in honor ofI Prince Henry and he says In effect that the president Is nb gentleman PRINCE HENRY is at last on American toll and the country breathes eat ier a IT Is said that the Senate will censure Senator Tlllman for his fight wltb Senator McLaarln and It Is probable apelIoeUIPend1ed tllng their differoncee on tbo field of honor but well wager a years sub- scrIption to the cheapest and beet that they do not POLITICAL Tho State Senate passed the McNutt Insurance bill Indiana populists will send delelCatel to the Louisville conference In April The office of FtretAeeletautPostm- ter General has been tendered to Harry S Now of Indianapolis- The Indiana democratic Stato committee decided to hold the State con ventlon at Indianapolis June 4 ExSheriff H H Henlnger of Man tlcello Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for State treasurer Fiftysix representatives have Ilgned a call for a caucus of democrats to can eider the redistricting bill at Frank fortSenator Whiteheads bill to allow women to vote in presidential election I was defeated by a vote of 23 to 7 a Frankfort The House Territories Committee reported favorably a bill to admit to Statehood New Mexico Arizona and Oklahoma The Lower House of tho Ohio Legislature placed Itself on record as boil In favor of electing the United Statea Senators by a direct vote of tho people Pending judicial construction Com olssloner Yerkes will not enforce hll ullng that all banks are liable to a tax on undivided profits as well aa capital and surplus President Fryo of the Senate bas notified the clerks to omit the names 01 enatora McLaurln and Tlllman In call IOir the tulle This practically IIUS ends them from all Senatorial fune Lone Louisville tobacco manufacturers say they will be compelled to remove from the Stato If the Legislature pastes the bill requiring them to label their goo with the Ingredients used In theIr reparationCircuit Owen decided the Ow osboro mayoralty contest Saturda holdIng that Yewcll tho republics Incumbent was elected by a majority 76 votes and that the question of Joel Iblllty raised by Pettlt the contes t- Bnt was Insufficient On being asked by one of bit can ituents what bo was doing in Can ItreS8 Congressman South Trimble of- the 7th district said What am I do lolt Well I will tell you I am vat lolt OD all questions In accordance wIth democratic principles distributing ga deQ seed drawing my salary cstabllsl Inir rural free delivery where the people want it What more could hll mstltuenta expect of him In a republ- Ican CQtIltreas James A Sbuttleworth the Louis vllle philanthropist has presented tbe anvlllo Polytechnic Seminary and ormal Institute colored with a new eteam laundry plant valued at abou 12500 The institute Is under the man alement of lease Fisher who is a grad uate of the State University of Louis v11leTbe Philippine Tariff bill patted tho Senate yesterday afternoon by a party vote of 46 to 26 In many respects tho session was memorable Senator Me Comas and Wellington during the afternoon became Involved in a controversy and the latter accused his col league of uttering a malicious falsehood He was promptly called to order and the Incident was closed A concession of 20 per cent off or- tarltt duties on Imports will probably bl the ultimate outcome of present Cuban reciprocity negotiations Republican members of the Ways and Means Committee resolved to submit such a iposltion to a caucus of republican members of tbo House together wltl an Important condition attached namely That before the concession becomes operatlve Cuba must enact our lmml scion laws THIS ANDTHAT Tbere are 500 cases on the docket of- tho Christian circuit court burglars robbed and burned the gro- cerv of N F Roberts at Paducah ilxtysix converts wore baptized In moods Ford near Scottsvlllo Sun dayA mountain of arsenic was dIscover- ed In a range 50 miles Southeast of Tacoma The Pennsylvania Railroad Is figur Inl on putting up a 10000000 depot at OhlcagoRutt was accidentally shot and- serllJusly wounded by his seven year old brother In Bath county hlcago proposes to exact rent ror- jltorerooms that prolect under the sidewalks the rate suggested being from 15- cente to 12 per square root- Mrs James Woods of Evansvllle Ind drowned herself because her husband died and left her with eight children and in poor circumstances Judge James Breathltt and M F Shryer republican members of tbe- Boardof Commissioners of the Western Kentlcky Lunatic Asylum bavo re- oslned IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IMrs W W Choalo Is dead at Dan vlllo III C Walt a prominent citizen of Somerset died last week A tramp with welldeveloped caso of smallpox was arrested at Barrod burgJ Vorls of Burgle bought 40 tons of hemp in Uoylo at 95 per 112 poundsReV Fred Grltlcr of Madison county formerly a member of the Lcglslat Is dead R G Evans won the prize at C- nlnghams Shooting Gallery last week Ho hit 10 ducks in 24 shots J D Swain of Somerset held a 13 000 policy In tho Endowment Rank of the Knights of Pythias which was promptly paid- Richard Jones one of tho most prOM- Inent men In Madison county auaered a stroke of paralysis at bis home on Silver Creek Ho Is not expected to liveWhile carelessly handling an old pistol the 0ycaoold son of George Baker of Silver Creek Madison county wal accidentally shot Death was Instan taneousJim and Leslie Eatlll colored of Richmond wore held over by County Judge Turpin to await the action of the grand jury for the killing of ShelLon ChambersDouglas Young a prominent rarmer was shot and perhaps fatally Injured at Richmond and his brotherlnU Thomas Kindred Is under arrelto charged with the crime Ellsba Botklns one of Leo rurners men was arrested In Bell county and lodged In jail at Plneville He Is accused of killing Deputy Sheriff CecIl In the Quarter House Oght M J Farris told 45 yearlings to E Dunn of Garrard at4io W H Lil and bought of Bright ft Fox a pair of nules for I2S5 J T Huguoly sold tbe roe horse Dido at the Lexington lalo for 9705 News George Pulliam of tho Shelby nlty lelgbborhood has sold 1000 bushels of cheat to the Hustonvlllo Roller Mille at USe Al Hutching sold to Virgin turtles a weanling colt by Gambol Vllkca for C250 Advocate John Kessler of Somerset aged 70 lee at the point of death from the or seta ot a blow Inflicted with an Iron bar In the hands of John P Barne loth men were In the saloon of S A Owen when suddenly Barnes eelzi tbo bar and struck the old man over Lho bead knocking him to the floor In the Marlon circuit court tbo ovle National Bank of Danville obtained a adgment against Dr Dewitt C Tucker of Marlon county for 911000 Tbo rljrlnal suit was for over 910000 but ucker interposed a plea of usury anl1 tbe court sustained that plea to the extent of reducing the amount to 911 000 MATRIMONIAL Frank Reed aged 20 and Miss LUlie rackett 18 were joined heart and band at W E Brackens yesterday Judge Crewdsonof tho Logan circuit court declined to grant a divorce to a woman who had already been grante a divorce from a former husband J T Park and Miss Dolne Hayes of useellvllle after securing a manlag cense called on Rev G B Overto and asked that ho marry them and de- aired the ceremony to be performed 10 their buggy In front of the paraonagi Anderson R Nunnelley a prosperous young farmer of the Turnersvlll section and one of the cleverest gentle men In the county and Miss Annie Tavlor an attractive and excellent lady of McKinney will be married at Mid dleburR today The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends congratulations and goo wllbes In advance of the happy event When you lack energy do not reUh your food feel dull and stupid after eat- Inlt all you need Is a dose of Chamber lalns Stomach Liver Tablets They will make you feel like a new man and- give you an appetite like a bear For- aale by Craig Ilocker druggists AT the old fiddlers contest at Dan vllle last night Mr Wagner of Oar Jsburg won Alex Martin and Arm Dawson of this place got prizes RepresentativeilbertofKentucky was speaking when Prince Henry en- tcred the House of Representatives yesterday The Kentucky Senate has made a- special order for Wednesday ttje bill proprlating 9100000 for the St LouIs Fair lont let the hand of time paint wrinkles on your fete Keep young by keeping the blood pure and tho digestive or- ganaln n healthful condition UKRBIHK will do this Health is youth disease and- 81ckness bring o d age Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store BROWN fi BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Offico In Mafonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY wm practice In all the State Courts alto In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Ca1leeIonl made and promptly remitted I I Surprise Special Sale NO3 At TOE RACKET STORE Watch this spnco every Tuesday and Friday for bargains Mens Overcoats at 8245 and mens black cheviot suits go at- A115 8225 8750 810 and 815 suits nt half price Jeans panty 4i c- Mens boots nt 8125 meals plow ehoca at 73c boys plow shoes nt 03c Ladies shoes to cloeo nt 30c Mens ladies and misses rubbers 10c liens 82 50 shoes nt 08c Carpets BUll nmttings very cheap 1 MIDDLEBURG A H Royalty is teaching a slngl school at the Christian church conlld orablo Interest Is being taken Tho school hero Is holding up well to the satisfaction of both teachers and pupils Two months of the echo I have passed Quito a crowd attended the auction at Jones Wheats Saturday and manr bargains are reported There are lame prospects of a new mercantile firm In Middleburg In tbo near future Farmers have made little or no prep- aratIon towards cropping for the com lag season on account of the very In clement weather that has prevailed The wheat outlook is anything but en cou raging A trust enjoyable social was given at Rico Wilsons Saturday night in bonorI of Miss Myrtle Acey of Yosemite and a Mr McBcatb of Russell county A rood crowd of tbo elite of both exes were out en mane and made merry 111 a late hour Tbo present winter has undoubted been the severest In years The rive has hardly been free of Ice In 10 weeks while snow has almost as unenvIable record As farmers have had to stul their stock so to speak feed and other provender has become scarce hence our people are earnestly praying for ai arty Spring A Banjo Contest will be held at Kee lys Hall this city on Saturday night larch 8th Quito a number will con teL The banjo picking will bo ao ompanled by singing and some of the beat talent of Casey and adjoining counties will pull the string Thero will be three prizes of 93 divided as ollowf tt to lint 93 to second and Ito third Your Casey patrons would like for Ito become convenient for the I J editor to visit Atlanta quite frequently if by so doing they can Jet their paper on day of publication as they did Friday Rev J B Ferrell and daughter iiis Viola visited relatives In Larue ounty last week G W Drye has returned from Lancaster whore ho ae ompanled Dr I S Wesley Mrs M A Roy and daughter Mrs Durham are In Chattanooga Quito a number of our citizens attended county court at liberty Monday We wish to correct an error In last Issue In the list of udges at the old fldJlurs contest the ypea made us lay John Coulter minus the prefix Mrs It being his wife In tead of Johnny Two of the number killed In the recent Quarter House tight near Mid leiboro were former comrades of the writer In the 2nd Kentucky Infantry panlihAmerican war They wore rank Johnson and Boone MoCreary h seems from what we can learn that at least 20 per cent of Company H of- the 2nd Ky have crossed over the river A number were killed In tho Phil pines while serving In other com lunds A few hays met their doom In mine disasters while disease has car edjoff Its quota Deputy Sheriff Cecil of Middleiboro and formerly of arbouryllle who was killed by the urner gang was a near relative or- Mrs W T Miller of this oltyand was- ono of the bestand bravest officer In- the mountains Leave yo- urPrescriptions with us We do the rest Lowest Prices Consistent Witq Best Material nod Accurate Work marjshlp CRAIG it HOCKER We positively guarantee every article to bo told just ai advertised Ilrlug us your produce n Is as goad n east THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store la Town Calicoes ginghams brown cottons blenched cotton and nil kinds of linings go nt 4 l2c Outing cloth 3 l2o Ciuhmcres worsteds flannels bed ticking tnblo linen towels bed eprcuds taco cur I tains laces etc nt lest than cost A flyer for Saturday nnd Monday only mens fine shirt worth 7Cc ga at 25 cents MURRAY McADAMS + I DANVILLE LEADING JEWELERS DANVILLE Thelargest and most complete stock of elry Silverware and Fashionable JewIelties in Central Kentucky Wo nru nlso Graduate Opticians and cnn fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair sllopsat isfaction guaranteed Wo sell Gorham Silver i Watch Bargains r S Having an oversupply of Gold Pilled Watches f 20 and 25 year cases and also Solid Gold Ladies Watches I shall soil tiny of them jj at a discount Cut glass and fi mantel clocks also ichinn MUELLERi t A CLEARANCE SALE COSTisThis 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 L- ArbucUlcn Coffee tOc to retail trade only This sale is for cash No goods charged at these prices so dont ask it Sale begins on i Thursday January IGth yc e Charles Dveeer Sx orum 4 HUSTONVILLE KY Modern Drug Dealing tr The elements that enter into perfect drug service are we believe these Competency quality courteousness and a fair profit policy Wo en deavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of 4 varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not x Y v f We handle one grade onlythe highest yet our prices aro apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug StoreStanford Our Line of Groceries Hawao Chinaware Quccnswarc Tinware Glassware Etc Is now Complete The best selected line that could be had is now on Display 1 GEORGE H FARRIS alco a W B McROBERTSDRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurate V ly Compounded at Ve y Rea sonable Price ctl OPERA HOUSE BLOCK TANFORD KY t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAJTTOKD KY Fen 25 1002 In Oiling your prescriptions wo ueo 1 thocxeotproportlone not do better If yon paid ui double tho price which le always reasonable Pen StorotPERSONALS r REV S M ICIN bai been quito gripr MCROUBRTS ll visiting tho Mines Lyno In Favctlo crMISS ANNE ELLS la visiting MM In tho West End + MIss TKVIB CARlENTKK ll YUUlng Miss Emily Cbonault at Richmond CAW T E Biuii father of Mn 8 M Owens li quite sick with grip I Miss COKA JONES of Somerset it the guest of Mn P P Nunnolloy MRS J S WELLS and llttlo Mary Maolcr returned to Danville yesterday Mug W T MKitniMFK of Livings I ton has been with Mn O J Now land W n WEAREN spent several daji LoxtngR MRS ALICE PJCKETT of Shelby 4 f It with her daughter Mrs Will Sever anco t Miss KATIE OABTIN spent Saturday and Sunday with her parenti at Pltti burgt MOBSLAJU of LexlOgtOO Ii was over Sunday to see hli motber an titter f Miis MARY WRAY aDd Mill Nettlo Wray will take rooms In the Myeri Douse 1101 MR THOMAS DROWN and wife of Cynthlana are guettt of Mr and Mn L L Doty Miss ARIA WRIGHT of nuatonvlllc took yesterdays train for Louisville to vlill rclatlvci Miss MARY A OAUPDELL of Bo ling Green It the guest of Mitt Lena Evans Darnell t MR AND Mns j II WILLIAMS of tbo Mt Salem section ware hero thop plng yesterday W W WITHERS of Loulivlllo wat i hero to teo a mighty pretty young la Saturday and Sunday MRS BBTTIKCOIIU McKlNNBY baa returned from a visit to relatlvea at Loulivlllo and Carlisle Miss UKLKN LKE THURMOND who It teaching at Driaclivlllo order tbo 1 J tent her at that placo MESSRS W R CUNDIYF and J W Thompson of Klogivlllo were tub itanllal callers this morning MR JOE E ROUT and wife of Let s non Junction attended tbo funeral of hU grand mother Mrs America Rout WE are glad to learn that our old friend Capt Frank J White of Lan castor li ablo to be up and about againMRS GARLAND SINOLKTON and M Annie Phillips aro In Cincinnati catch log on to now styles and buying tprlng millinery Now comet from Somereet that young friend Attorney W J Brown wilt join the army of Benedict toro spring come DEXTER BALLOU hat recovered from bit recent fall from his train and soon bo able to resume work on tbo L C Somerset Journal a trSATURDAYS Loultvlllo Lost contain r cd n good picture ol llttlo Mitt Mary Manler wen daughter of Mr and Mn John S Wells of Danville MR JAMES FRYE of Hutionvllle 001took yesterday train for Lebanon 4 wbero ho very likely told lama of hit good Hutching Oil k Oat Co itock y MRS ALMA TANNER and baby of McKlnnoy arrived Sunday for a weeks visit with her parents Mr and MM Q O Gann Somertet Republi tocan S P STAOO of Stanford who bought the II E Ourtt farm of ICO acres near Donorall paying IICO an aero for it li In the city getting ready to movo to Lexington Democrat IN remitting for his paper from An gola Kansas A F Moberly tayi they are having nice winter weather and that wheat Is looking splendidly Corn ho tayfi It scarce at 75o per bushel MR M HOWARD a good patron of tha Waynctburg section dropped In yesterday and paid for bit paper ai well ail foriovcral of his neighbors NEWS has been received hero of a death of the Infant daughter of and Mr RO Creel at Lebanon mother who was Mitt Ida Dickey I w pwell known hero having visited Mr S Rico several years ago MR A C MARTIN of Saufloy Llaell coin county was In the city this week being cordially greeted anti congratu Llated upon his recent marriage to a charming Bluegrass widow by hie many Somerset friends Journal HORACE BOIION of IIustonvl lie slipped and fell on Main Street Frid sustaining a severely sprained anklo Mr and Mrs W B Powell returned today from Hustonylllo where they had been to visit Mrs PoweIPe par onto Advocate MR GEORGE L CARPENTER who attended the Y M C A convention Paducab was made a member of committee on resolutions and was oth erwise honored Ho enjoyed tho ses sions greatly and says that Lt Hobson speech was ono of the delightful tea ture of the meeting t 1 MRS P E KEMP and children era visiting In Mlddleboro Miss EMILY ALEXANDER t of CIa olonatl Is hero with relative I roturacdtram I tom byorrowt1with a Fourth Street firm Mug NELLIC GOOD and Miss Ida ladlaDallOlI1 to the burial of their titter hire Brackett Mrs Lucy Hutclnton re turned with them I LOCALS harness at Higgins McKln IBuaaY Go to Jones for dry and get the latest and beet DRIED belt stoIIlgglneNEW stationery of latest styles Just received at Craig k lockersfI WILL deliver millet hay any whore In town at 40 coots per hundred J H Boone maTttEIt ankle deep In many places and knee deep la others sonANOr1ERbarrelopen molasses and Now Orleans sugar John Bright Jr k CofraWILL tell millet bay at 35o per 100 stockdI COOLEY William Cooley of thli placo woo the first prize In the of fiddler contest at Perryvlllo Saturda sight Alex MarLin alto of Stanford r got the third prlzo THERE will bo a banjo players ca tot at Mlddlcburg on too night of Sat urday March 8 W P Kconoy It man cix I AMONG the noW attractions at Jones dry goods store aro Swiss Silks Mer cerized Paplllloo Silk Tissues and Kinbroldorcd Pongee + Dont tall to leo them dyWIbTRIt is OVBII I Mr David Scott saps that bo It certain that winter Is over because ho taw a largo flock of geese go worth We sincerely hope predlotlon will come truewIF you bare property l to cell root or IontueWStanford know about It Tbo company will do the reef No trade no pay J SOMERSET tot the pica for blue gnus towns In having an old fiddlers contest two yean ago end now Contra Kentucky making It the sago Somerset Republican Yes and Dan vlllo bad ono Ian night Can It bo pot lselblo that Somerset le two year ahead of Llttlo Britain V JAB W PARKER of Paris wont Frldour l In the oratorical contett to behold at Lexington In April Hit eject ub was Silent Forces Juno Hunt or of Winchester was awarded + eeo tiQTUB telephone exchange at Lancas ter A H Bastlna lines hit just roo ceived two of the latest Improved twltcbboardB which are daises In deed and la truth Manager Battln deco vor 200 phones In tbo county and the ser vice ho gives tbo people Is A 1 Mr Magglo Hobbt formerly of Lincoln IB one of the efficient operator THE Warren lgabpChapter Cx111 moot with Mrt H J Mc arts this Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock It It desired that all membort bo present as the annual election oOlcort will bo hold alibis meeting Itwho hayo not paid the February duet please come prepared to do to or tend the money to the treasurer Mr W A TrlbbocCIRCUITCoUnTTo February term of the Lincoln circuit court be gan yesterday and for two weeks tho wheeli of justice will grind hero Judge Raufloy was not feeling well and he delegated Commonwealth Attorney jurywhtfah flTheset Is Iaoo Hubbard J S Reynolds J jvto Spires A M Pence Thomas Best J M Hubble J F Reynolds F M Yow JT Chadwlek C L Crow O A Redd Tho petit jury la the following gentlemen J W Waltmanta tor M D Eubanks Sim Rains C Cover Geo R Engleman D T Lunt ford M F Herring Joseph Hogue C McClure D R AdomsE T Ponce RaYou ton W J Montgomery D K Farrteed J T Roberts J L Beck J G Ltv ingston H 0 Baughman E O Sin gleton Wm Matbeny David Scott 0boF Epperson The cato against John Luntford charged with malicious cutting was dismissed Thomas Leisure T4rhowo man on Friday Thomas Melton caught a 420 fine for disturbing religious wor EphMurpbyHugh Hagan was acquitted of giving whisky to a minor OLD newspaper for sale This office i JiARMEltSStock what coal you need plowlallJFOR rent or sale house vacated E O Walton Good stable and gar den Apply at this office WE am solo ogent for the Columbus Buggy COI buggies In Lincoln coon ty This moans that no other man or firm la this county soils them Carson Jc Pence Stanford A DISPATCH leer Sonmgraoteaye that 13 suite have been lied against tbo re ceiver of the Somerset National flank to recover various sums plaintiff allege they had deposited In tbo bank itWEgoods as will fill tbo expectation of the buyer from first to last Our Spring ck It now in end a share of your pa solicited John P Jones fiscal court of Garrard granted franchise to tho Lexington Interur 011ble connected by BL electric railway ere ny years como and go ROUT Mrs America Rout relict of Wesley Rout died at the homo of her Mr J H Rout Friday afternoon d 87 Her trouble was a general voryfrailShe oftentimes expressed her willing grcadesirePrank who preceded her to the grave Il and 39 years respectively Three StYmentioned above and Mrs James B O wens and In their sorrow they have dn vent member of tho Baptist church and worshipped at that church at long as her health would permit She was on aIp of those good affectionate mothers who IdolIwas too and the tamely wan a most happy ao Mr and Mra Rout lived together 67 yean and to thorn were born 10 chi 1 InraDcySbe dren A largo crowd of friends gather cd at her late homo Sunday morning preachhiea after hich tho remains were token to Buf taro cemetery and laid to rest betxo the husband and von referred toItlog n request that the made many years ago Some hours before this splendid woman died the said to ono of the fat ily that the could see her husband eo plainly God grant that they are re united and that her death It but tbo be ginning of a now and blleetul life IMPORTANT RULINQ nv COMMISSION ER YEUKBS At the last January term of tho Boyle circuit court a queatl DeputyCollector hat under the Internal Revenue Ac pall bonds of Committees of pauper ltampedIrevenue stamp coodid not concur with the views t deputy but recognizing that a Siale sdjufthe Commissioner Internal Revenue The subjoined letter from Mr Ycr settles the question It will bo obee ed that the bonds of Committees pauper Idiots and lunatics need not be stamped If however any estate la cured other than the benefaction of t State the bond shall bo stampede WASHINGTON Feb 12 1902 HON 610 SAUFLEY Judge Circuit Court KyItob Intt relative to the stamp tax on a bond re qulred from a Committee appointed by m locoAllBy considered The State of Kentucky provide by appropriation of public money for the are of pauper Idiots and lanai through the appointment by tho Court of a Committee for that purpose Tbo Committee Is simply an agent of the State for the disbursement of pub moneys and does not receive and Is oat entitled to any compensation for services It would appear therefore lythat It a stamp tax should bo Impo ec on bond given by the Committee would become necessary for tbo State bear the expense thereof there boo log no funds to which ouch an axpa nee Gould be properly chargeable except those belonging to the Stato office bas hold that any d C the stamping of which woe 0make It necessary that the State should furnish and affix tbo stamps aro ex 0ampt from the tamp tax- I am of opinion that a bond executed under the circumstances above dean rib tomes within the spirit of this r ing and 1 therefore hold that it Is ex empt from stamp tax This case li distinguished from the cato 0 bond given by a Commltteo who la pointed In the ordinary courso by Court to take charge of tho estate of an Incompetent person Such a bond re quires a 60o stamp under tho provisions of Paragraph of Schedule A of the Act of March 2 1001Respectfully JOHN W YEHKES ROOMS for rent over Hlggloi k Me j Klnnoys stnsP- ANUAKE andBuckwheat flour John Bright Jr k Co COLLARS harness trace chain back band wagon harness pads etc J C McClary H J McRonERTS already pretty store Is being further beautified by pa per and pelvi- sNOTICEPay your school taxes be tore your property is advertised Final notice W H Wearen treasurer ARAniA is the name of a now postof flee In Lincoln county but oven Post master Florence docs not know where Jbptcrlaahold with Mrs U C Ferris Friday at 2 P M All tho members are cordially Invited to be present THOSE have paid no attention to our frequent statements may not be surprised to find tbelr accounts In the heeds of our attorney after nert Saturday March 1 E C Walton A DELIGHTFUL program was render ed at tbo Christian church Sunday night under the auspices of the local branch of the W C T U Too best j itthehigh order MORELAND experienced a coal fam ine last week and many of less citizens had to burn wood Coal dealers who cant keep a supply should como to anford and take lessons from our ndlers of the black diamond who always hero enough and to spare I FAILED TO GET IrAn effort was made to break Into John Bright Jr Si Coe store last night but fortunate for too firm the door bad two locks on fiend thetcampj mado a failure A cordial Invitation Is extended to them to call again A hot reception ewill bo given SOME Joo epodefrom liar rodtburg a cock and bull story about a Washington county farmer being at tacked by hungry crows and driven taco a cabin wbero ho was kept a prisoner until bo nearly trove Ananias In isle palmiest days couldnt bavo thought cf such stories as aro being tent to the dallies from Mercers capital enFISHMr H B Boone told ut yes terday that ho and hit neighbors have agreed to stock Dlx River with fish from the Preacher vlllo bridge to too bridge on the Stanford and Lancaster pklo Congressman Gilbert has prom teed to tend a lot of fish in the Spring and Mr Boone and others will use ev cry effort to prevent their disturbance until they Jet largo enough to cat IIUNNDr George Hunn died at morningty asedwepttat was almost Immediately Dr Peyton who know Dr Hunn well says bo was not nly a very fine physician but a splen did man In every particular Ho was neverdohperson was espec ially good In typhoid lover and waited adaEd Alcorn our couotyman and was a pearsho vivo No arrangement has been made for burial It Is thought that neural of the heart brought about his Iud den demise FOR STOMACH TROUBLES 11 have taken a great many different medicines for stomach trouble and con stipation says Mn R Geiger of Dunk seine Iowa but never had as good re voile from any as Cliatub Iains Stomach db Liver Tablets For bale by Craig Sc Mocker druggists DISSOLUTION NOTICE I lly mutual cooient the Huitonvllle Roller asIIOd March S 1002 Hutcholl retiring from the eagainsth tlement prior to that date and persons ow ing said firm will please settle lir that date 00ftHORSES and MULES WANTED Wo will be in STANFORD SATURDAY carloadldof Mules 2 to 8 years old W O TERHUNE LEVI IiALTREIDER Sheriffs Notice lAlltaxpayers of Casey county who have not paid their taxes for 1001 may expect to have their levied on with yourselflonco T J BELL 6BherlR of Casey County Ky Livery Outfit For Sale p I wish to sell my livery business at Me Ktnnoy and will make tho price right to the buyer Ate having a Rood trade but dont like the business Write or call for rte ulan JOHN COULTER McKInney Ky J For Circuit Court I t BarbedWire r 1 StovesRanges J Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every week Bring us your produce Phone orders tgiven prompt attention and immediate delivery 1 OHN BRIGHT JR CO rCorner Opera House Block t t d d Overcoats Only a few in Mens but several in Boys sizes left Wo dont want to keep them and will not do so if wo can get close to what they cost us This is a rare opportunity to buy an Overcoat at cost or a little less Remember this is a cash sale H J McROBERTS Special Yalues at the New Store Look at our special values in Co Hambiugs tnd laces Look at our special values in lOc Hamburg Also wide margin with narrow edge for sullies at lOc Prettiest line of fine wash goods in Nainsook and Swiss Em broideries over shown in Stanford Seo our lines of long cloths and soft dimities for underwear We leave succeeded in getting together the very best assortment of real handsome Torchon laces wo hUll ever shown to our trade Many now and pretty patterns in Val laces Look at our Zephyr at iic for dresses boys waists wash petti coatsDont forget tho place opposite the Myers house THE FAIR DRY GOODS COMPANY T D Alias WarrenWMMiss Erne SEVERANCE Prop t MWe handle theilKauffman Columbus Buggy Co r Columbia Babcock Sterling 1 and Eagle Buggies 4 A better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition- If you want the best buggy made come see our stock Higgins 8 McKinney 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY CLOSING OUTI t I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The read ers of this paper know the kind and quality of the goods I handle and while Iam waiting for tho purchaser of this stock of goods you have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only l JAMES FRYE HUSTON VILLE I 1 It EHIORJOVRNALf r EnUred n the poilqfflce at Stanford at COfcla matter t ab1ShaTun3tiphaadSxictapw AT- 1 PER YEAR CASH sop When not sopstdaaOO will be charged- KNOXYILLEDIYISION I I it f r No l1 Train going NorUaIISSmNote II II 230 am No 15 U II South Uai No23II M121i2ImFor nil Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL pIVISION t No 4 lUTe Sttnfonl at 1Sh m I N 9 into at Stanford 115 a DI No 21 learn Stanford at SaOpm F JR A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky k Office over Higglns A McKlnneys Story Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney a w- r Ky Makoand keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Shlpstuff Bran Chick OneMiller Small Farm For Sale Containing Cl acres situated on the Stan lord and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stanford In grass and land with excep- tIon of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good fenc Ing timber no dwelling only a coin crib It la a very dealrable place Willc soil at I25 per acre Call at this office t FOX 3l LOGAN 1DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T11 Bright iCo- t Will hold on February 23 1002 a big JACK BALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but first clars jacks solicited H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY r Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUSES Li S3M Prors JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling M- enMason Grain and Hay For Sale HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster s Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid tat lo Every lilng first class Porters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of t pPIcKIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- cesPOSTED The following persons have their lands posted and they will punUh to the full extent of the lAw any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise tres passing on them U noon O D Boono J IIO A Fleasants O P Newland n P Newland W11 O L Crow E P Woos J E Bruce Ceo D Hopper R H Baughman It O Hocker J 8 Hooker A8 Oroaddus Mrs J M White J W Baughman J W Adams 8 T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballon J M Adam J 0 Horton MluMaryPeppleeWalter W E Amon J B Foster SterhenlAaron On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread a thin coaling PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will kHP tbtm bolutely molAiurtI Allel arid proot purelteenedPsramnetsauor- ueful In a doses other nay about the bOoN FuntioiWeverywperpact e STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing HI am prepared to paint and repair your buggy carriage or wagon In firstclass stylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teedYou can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OREER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE jDentist Stanford Ky Oacsovrr UcKoberU Drug Store In the Owtlej Building FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney con taming six rooms two porches all necessary outbuildings nice shades good garden A desirable location and a- bargain on or address II VANHOOK McKinney Kf J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brnces Old Stand Depot St STRIWoRD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 06 J+ G MccMYEOIBALJIEIt And DealoarIn HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS UHDEBTASEBS ILlO noun itr urniturejllnttn1tRa And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kind ot Stork Giro them- a call Prices right 31ANFOED KENTUCKY DR R GOLDSTEIN EyoBpoclallstJot Louisville will be at 0 St Asnpli EEotelStaiiforcl Tuesday March 18 I One day only Eyes examined and glasse- ssclentl5callyadjnated I Office hours 9 a m to 4 pm nil r o LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lllburn Gooch bought 15 yearlings Lancaster at 4o FOR SALEGO owes and 60 Jamba L L Doty Stanford Mark Hardln bought a lot of cattK at Lancaster at 3o FOR SALE Flvo good stock calves H Brown Stanford 2t J C Hay sold to U A Swlnebroad a butcher cow at 3 00 Mark Hardln sold to Horace Drown a lot of yearlings at 115 FOR SALEGO good stock calves Mark Hardln Stanford FOR SALt160 bogs 80 to 225 Ibs J H Smith Font Hill Ky 2t E C Montgomery bought a couple ol mules at Lancaster for 8100 Col Underwood bought of R E Fox- a Shorthorn bull calf for 940 Three Polled Angus bull calves for sale J W Bauhman Stanford JC Reid of Huston vllle sold to W L Siovcrs of Pulaskl a bull calf tot 140 The pacing mare Mottle M2171 changed hands at tlBOO at Richmond lad J M Martin sold to Hyilngor at Lancaster yesterday a brown gelding f65If have horses or mules for sale have them at Bcazloys Stable Saturday next The Advocate says that O P Hull man bought a lot of hogs of J C Cald well at 5ic Capt T A Elide sold to N Noe cf Boyle at Lancaster yesterday a pair of mules for 1100 FOR SALENo 1 pair broke three year old mules good ones Erabrj Bros Stanford G A Swinebroad bought of varloui parties at Lancaster a lot of butcher stuff at 31 to 31c The May vlUo tobacco and corn fall was held Saturday Gov Beckham made an address William Cooper of Pulaskl sold to various parties yesterday at Lancaster 27 yearlings at 310 Wo are prepared to furnish choler cultivated hemp seed 1893 Importation Cogar d Davis Danville Gt FOR SALE8 horses 3 to 7 years old 151 to 161 hand high Hugh Thomp son Chilton Casey county Ky Joe Jordan of Atlanta bought a cal load of mares and geldings at Lancas ter yesterday at from 150 to tOO FOR SALE Ojacki ready forsorvlcts 12 3 year old work mules and two fresh cows I S Tevls Shelby City Ky Robert Porter sold to J E Bruce flro DOOpound cattle at 4io and to O P Huffman four butcher cattle at same J J Walker bought of E C Mo Whorter at Lancaster yesterday CO yearlings 750 pounds at Ho E C MoWhorter sold to William Gooch 20 yearlings at 4tc Joe H Jordan bought at Beazloye Stable Saturday a harness gelding off W Baughraan for C150 of Charles Powell a plug for StO and of J H Baugbtnan a work mule for 975 J A Sbuttlewortb of Louisville has purchased the Headly farm of 335 acres on the Harrodaburgj lko In fiercer at SUb The farm Is considered one of the finest tracts in the country LANCASTER CODRT There wets about COO cattle on the market about 100 of the number being sold Year logs brought 3t to 4c calves 910 to 920 butcher stuff 31 to Sic heifers 31 to3io hogs 5Jo Plug horses went for asong Mules 950 to 990 Good crowd ID town but business not very brisk Tarbolton celebrated English racehorse just Imported from England by J N Camden at a big cost Is dead at Hartland stud Lexington from Inju rles received on ship board coming from Liverpool to New York Ho was sight years old and sired bv the Derby Tinner Ayrshlcro He won a number of races In England Crab Orchard Rev J M Bruce of Danville will fill tbe pulpit at the Baptist church idxt Saturday night and Sunday There Is a heavy conslRnmentof tale hone poles spoke timber and lumber enerallv awaiting shipment to varl OUI points Tho pupils of College Homo had a mOlt delightful lime Friday afternoon In the way of an old fashioned candy lulling after school hours The Aid Society of the Christian church will change their day of asscm bly from Friday to every Saturday af jrnoon and a full attendance Is deslr ed next Saturday at the residence of Mrs Cover Miss Sallie MqWhorter Is at homo Tier a pleasant visit to friends In Mt croon Joe Holman la spending a- few days with home friends The new rucclat Mr Campbell and wife will occupy the residence vacated by J J I rooksMr Mrs Jeff Holman aro the roud parents of an eight pound boy- o Carroll J J Brooks left a few days since for Frankfort where bo will likely locate Miss Arathusa Cloyd was called to the bedside of her father who Is 111 at his borne la Rowland She had JUt returned but a few hours before from her uncles Mr Purcell In Rock astlo Ad Batln is quite sick with noumonla Miss Alllo Fish returned from nursing her sister Mr Dr J M Blackof Knoxvllle who Is great I j Improved Mr and Mrs ChooauU Vlllls have returned from Richmond where they several days with old lends Mrs Borders has returned from a protracted sojourn In Toxas and Is now boarding Mrs Tatum iI fi1 i JLIJ TiH1 1J 1 I II r 1- r HE VOTED FOR McCREARY Dr Avordick member of the Lcgli laturo from Covington when askci why it Is that a man with a profesaloi and not a politician should want to como to the General Assembly said Years ago I was a young strug gllng physician I am still struggling but not young At that time my hoar was easily touched by the pathetic In oldonts that I mot In my profession but la no patient did I ever have the same Interest as I bad In a poor woman of my town I tried to euro her with my medicine but I soon found that It would take more than medicine for her I sought tho hidden cause of her Illness and sorrow and learned that an onlv t son was In prison and that thli blow had crushed out her vitality Without saying anything to her I wool to Frankfort a youth without Influence I or reputation to recommend mo Ion tered tho office of Gov James U Me Creary now Senator McCreary 1 told him my caso Ho laid beforo mo a loot I petition for the pardon of the widow boy and said This petition has 110 weight with me but your simple ltory ot that poor old mother I can not re slit You may take your man horn with you Imagine my feelings 1110I ply took his hand and said Governor comImandlast election and many years after mj meeting with Gov McCreary I was re minded of my promise to servo him 1 had not seen hint in tho meantime but ho bad remembered I agreed to rut for the Legislature and now that f have voted for McCreary my work Ii dooeISOMETHING THAT WILL DO YOU GOOD I 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 the very boat remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarm- Ing complaint croup Wo refer to Chain berlains Cough Iloincdy wo have used It with good results In our family so long that it his become a household necessity By Its prompt use wo havent any doubt but that it his time and again prevented croup The testimony U given upon out own experience and wo suggest that out readers especially those who have small children always keep it in their home as a safeguard against croup Camden 8 0 Messenger Nor sale by Craig J llockcr druggists In remitting for his paper our old Paint Lick friend Mr C Butler En gleman says Our town Is in a flour Ishlng condition and business Is boom log especially the klbuslnoss There were live born hero the same night anti the majbrlty were democrats and there are several other precincts to bear from Richard Jones Sr bad a stroke of paralysis and is In a critical condi tion Ellis Wbltiock daughter ol Richard Whlttook accidentally shot and killed Joe Dakar a little boy about 12 She WOnt to put the pistol on the frailer and In ome way It was dii adarged the ball striking him just above the eye and be died In a few tours Aro you nervous run down weak and Usplrltcd T Take a few doses of HEU DINE It will Infuse new energy and low life Into the exhausted nerves tbe verworkeil brain or muscular system tad put a new taco on life and business Price 50 cents Pennys Drug Store A delegation of Tennessee Congress eon will call on President Roosevelt to ask him to act favorably on the moss uro which has pasted both boutos In ongrets and which provides for the payment to Confederates of claims on arms and horses taken from them at tbe close of tbo war There is probably no disease or condi Ion of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than piles ABLEltfl BlCKBYE PILE OlKTUKNT cures thom quickly without pain or detention rom business Price 50 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Drug Store At a distinguished gathering of dem crisis at the Manhattan Club reception alurday night speeches were made by former Senator David B Huh Mr barbs E Hooker Mayor Patrick Jolllns and others When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of BAL tans SNOW LIMUIKT will give prompt ellof Price 25 and 50 cents Pennys Drug Store A facetious excdango says If there aro any more toughs and horso thieves out west who have not been provided with Federal olllcea they should com unlcato at once with T Roosevelt Wa9bln lon D C 1100 IIEWARO 1100 The readers of Ibis will be leue l to learn tbtlllcnllatleuloDe Umded dlesso that d- ence has been able lo cure In sll Its lIlnd-tht U Cslarib Uslli Catarrh Cure to ii IOIllIre cure known to the metllcsl fraternity- 4rrhbelox a contlltullontl dlieau requires a initltutlonil treatment Halls Catarrh Lure Ii Iken Internally scil g directly upon the Moo nd mucous surfaces of the aylem thereby de the foundation of the disease anti lilting tbe patleotstrength by building up the contlltur tlon In dong Its work Tile roprtetors base 10 much UHu in Its curitlre ponti that they olfr Ont Hundred Dollars for- In1 ease that It WU to cure Send lor list of Itt- IlIuonllI Address t JOIiENEYA CO Toledo o Sold by drunUt 75c nails tmlly Villa art the best Itfy 1 o E C vvXLTON Prest L R HUGHES Sec 13Trcae ear tea THE It Central Kentuky Real estate exchange And Title Com panv r We offer for sale the fol towing No lUOU80 and lot In Stanford Ky IIiw five rooms hull porch in tho rear it good gimlet in n good neighborhood nnd cioo to churches milt school This is it good house for In small family Price 8850 No 2A farm of 37 ncrce about 5 miles from Stanford house contains four good rooms back porch nnd ono vcrnudn A good barn anti other outbuildings nllin good repair Cut in six fields well fenced 20 notes in cultivation ono ncro in fruit trcca rest in grans This vas bought at n Com nie donora sale nt n bargain and ran bo sold nt n bargain It is close to school and church and only 2J miles from Stanford Trice 833 per nero Land adjoining sold for t40 111111nillIrooms stable and 5 ncros of land well fenced This is ono of tho prettiest building lots in town thero is room enough in front for two other cottages or a two story front could bo built to tho cot tugo and bo matin beautiful homo This place will be wild cheap ns tho moneyNo dwelling savor rooms hull and veranda garden fencing and house in good- rcvmir This a lnce is fur salo or will puce reasonable No 6Houaa and lot in Stanford House has three rooms and front porch A good garden and stable In good ro pair This pace will be sold cheap No 7 Houco lot In Stanford KY One and ono half story contains five rooms A good garden smoke hour and coal house Price only 1800 No 8Small farm of about 80 acre 21 miles from Stanford on county road 26 acres In cultivation 7 In pasture 2 good orchards and rat In Umber Two small cottages good barn and other ootbnild lags Well watered and fencing fairly good This placo can be bought at your price as owner lives in Indianapolis and moneyNoofC2 acres situated four miles from Stanford on the best pike In the county Sixty acre in wheat 40 acres In corn 6 acres in timothy 0 sores In clover and 100 acres In fine grass This farm Is out In six field well fenced well watered never failing well and spring besides two good ponds Two dwellings good barn and other outbuild ings Fronts pike for throe quarters ot a mlleboth dwellings being on pike Plenty of fruit trees and enough timber to make at lost 0000 posts This is a splendid blue grass fare and only 20 minutes drive from the county seat The owner of a Ono farm adjoining this has recently First National Bank Of StayCa- pital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In IMS then rcarcanUeil as tbe National Hank of Stanford in IMS aud again reorganised M the First National Hank of Stanford In Slit having had practically an uninter rupted existence 41 rears It Is better supplied now with faculties for tratwaat Ing unslneM promptly and well than liver before In IM long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Jack For Salem ek wIth white points U hands high t old 1902 well bred lAnd a One ilradahawCorravilleICentucky I have decided to remain at Ilowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron age 1 handle the bet grades of Jelllco coal T L Rowland ICy Having been duly authorized and ap by the Columbia Publishing Mouse of Chicago 111 as their General Agent I want several men and women to act as agents at a fixed salary ot 110 per month Address Lock Box 0 Junction City dJ UM JI refused 146 por aero for his place Wo oiler this placo for 137 60 per acre No 10 Cottsga on Main street Stan ford coso to business portion of town having fivo rooms veranda hall and back porch In good repair and a nice houso for a small family property cost the owner over f1800 wo odor 111110No 20 ao Mgoodlmul with feces sary IniprovoraoniH j mile from Stanford Dwelling his 4 nbras veranda hall and Largo barn emnka house etc Well watered and fenced and buildings In Rood repair Irlco reasonable f ballII I counters shelves etc Water In dwell lug and storeroom cistern and well on place Small lot back of store One from Stanford Hulldlngi in repair and dwelling originally cost 1 food and atoro over 1200 Will sell both for BeparalolyNo Crab Orchard Ky Dries dwelling of eight rooms two tenant houses two burns well and spring near dwelling Farm In high elate of cultivation ISO acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 3760 per acre No 100 acres of land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite fatuous Springs All In grate no except large stock barn an abundance of stock water Prettiest building the In town Price 13000 No 15A nice colUgo and lot on Len Cater Ave Stanford rtjr Seven rooms good cUternctc Cost 11600 will soil for 11000 No 10100acresof land In Madison Co Krr I miles south of Klcuniond and JUI11mknown as 3l11 Munday farm Frame buildings stock barns outbuildings Ac licnty 0 gout water and ono of the finest cave spiings In Kentucky In the yard This is the beat stock farm In tin county for the lIIonorldeo 120 acre No 6OA tltnsted nrar Klngtvillo Ky tJlxt acres In cu tlvittlon 90 In timber rest inn grass well watered two good buns and other outbuilding In In gooil repair The dwell Ing Is comparatively new le with- In 300 yards of three churches school stofliee and O 8 depot The property lies on pike and county road and I the most drslrablo farm in that section of the oounty We will soil the whole farm for I2400 or In parcels of not less than 30 acres to suit purchaser This it certainly a cheap WaynesburgWe watered fencing and In good repair lfOIluotlo limestone landrIn iO nofahborhOOlI olOt to school and on good road Prlee 1700 Wo have n buyer for n 250 or 300 ncro firm wtiwtcd from ono Uv buyerfor I to four miles from town with orIwithout improvements rretJ 8 JIOOKBK J J JloUOBKUrd Uhr W U WBARRN Ilkpr r Directors V Rod Lincoln Co 8 T lInk Lincoln Oo J 8 Hoeker Lincoln Co W 1 Walton Lincoln Oo J II Collier Grab Orchard it Il tllmore Stanford 8 II llaughraan Stanford T 1 Hill Stanford Jan Robinson lIubble J II llsughman Stanford W 1 Tale Stanford CARSON PENCE DEALERS INJCarriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition X See our elegant line ot Lap Robes COAL SHElTON Agents Wanted pointed Offlcors fALancaster Ky A Offers bit set vices u Auotoinoor to tho people of Lincoln County Ho will please you both In work and price Write to him FOR RENT Seventeen acres of good farming land on Nonls Creek 2S milK south of Stanford Good average buildings Iteasonablo rent JAB I1UTOIIINSON Notice Information w rated of present address of Malcolm O Wooen or If dead his children If any who rnllht inherit Address n H Arthur Attorney Olortrsrlllo New York I j 1