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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 19023 P M NO 103 We call your attention to the Buffalo Oil Co which owns oil gas and mineral IOOMH on lands In Kentucky in the oountlts of Jackson Knox ntul Lincoln nil of which Li prayn oil territory Our Jackson county hull is iu nil undeveloped eon and oil region and oil has been found in iiwny places in Jackson county This county is sit tinted directly between the Bath oil fields on tho north nUll tho Knox county Holds on tho south Our Knox county lands aro situated in tho vicinity of tho great oil gushers nnd tho oil of Knox county Jh this territory tinny companies are now operating nnd n great rush it being undo to and Ihr that s territoryOur Lincoln county lands are in the oil nnd gas bolt where oil has boon found in ninny lnccs but tho territory not developed A largo portion oft this field is within tho 45th degree or tho Pennsylvania oil line and is north of the Wayne county Hold and on tho lino between tho Wayne and Bath fields i countyfieldsour choicest territory It is tho intention of tho Company to drill in each of tho three counties and for this purpose n limited amount of tho stock will bo offered for wile The oil industry returns tho largest known dividends and some idea can IMS obtained ns to tho desirability of this stock when you recall tho fact thnt loss than six months ago nil stock in ono of the Wnyno Hearts Content Fob 27th Seventy years old today I Nothing to pester mo t Nothing to do I No wife I No child I No trilling sonin law I No disease I No ourol No mon ey lOut of debt Lots of true friend everywhere I have been I What old man wouldnt bo happy King only be bloat but Jack ID glory out Oer the ills of life victorious Reared almost from infancy In a sweet homo amid the charming old ells of little Dlx River near Dudder are Mill among a people proverbial for honesty and bo pltalUy A peace and plenty rarely equalled Never steep ed I A long life of 70 years that the v sun has just tot upon caving a clear full beautiful twilight In view Look now like that twilight may reach away up on a bright and cloudlet sky mak log tho real sunshine that cease to beam on all our live at 70 even more brilliant Did you over see aoft clear evening twilight that reached far upon the ky nearly to where we son the sun at mid day What a lovely addition tour o sunlight of threescore year and ten Can you Imagine sueh a prospect Beautiful Beautiful I would love to live up to fourscore year and seethe glories of the days dawn that I really believe U just upon us nut somebody whispers Dont bo too 10011II go homo my ton But why should loot love to live longer I am pretty welt axed All QUt of doors for a bed room All earths tape for a bed Tbo aloud for cover I etarowdtbelieve It I I dont sleep by myself i Lots of company In that room on tbat bod under that cover these cold nights Tho refined and beautiful young lad of culture and wealth ruined an robbed ono night after tbo ball was over of her cnnraclor and charms ban accomplished polio and polisbe- s gentleman who o own sister was at that ball 1 The heart broken and home less and reckless tramp I Decrepit an penniless and tottering old ago I Maui worthy but discouraged men and women of middle ago I Little bits of or phans I Sometimes the dear Bairn v leliIhlver and cry so piteously with cold and hunger that you cant help getting up to see what alls them Lots of company In that bed lam not a preacher but lot me toll void Do who died to redeem ALt men1 considered Himself In good company whoa lie stopped with us outdoor folks oomu years ago Wo didnt send Him Jf to tho next bouse lie promised to cOmo back some day Wo wont get out of heart There Is a Divinity that shapes our ends even though tho hewing is rough Wo wont get out of heart 1 Tho pine knots are not all burned up S The manna always has fallen There are a few quails loft Every now and then tome follow pokes a bottle of soothing syrup under tho v cover Almost equal thoeo now IIDIdI got ono once had a great big label on Oiled with doses worth a dollar a I7It I Hadnt felt so good slnco I was at tho last camp meeting Got un In church and sung 1 AWhen you alai got a coot And feel a little blue And tbo clouds hang low and heavy And wont lot the sunshine through its a tine thing Ob my brethren For a follow just to lay Bis hand upon your shoulder In a friendly sort of way And I sal right down and wrote to Mr James Whitcomb Riley that I would como nod try to slog the other two verses for him ILl sweetly as Mrs Dr Mays can sing Kathleen Mavour neon If ho would send me two more bottles of tbo same ItullIt Do you reckon be will send them They would glvo mo a baakbono like railroad Iron But there Is a good titan coming This breaking out on this man Carne gie that they call charity Is ketch In It it rather a new disease but there has always been a little of It about In spou and It will spread and become epidemic Dont think It wont Men like Wanamakor will take It sown day tie has a heap more clothe than bo and his boys can wear out Old man Sprcckles will havo some sweetening to spare maybe and then all us out door folks will take sugar In ours It After enough big schools get startedfor the big folks little schools will be dotted all about over our fair landjjand lawns will bo artistically laid oil around them beautiful and adorned with the richest rarest and sweetest of roses all for tho little folks This looks pretty grand but the day Is coming when lovely homes will bo prepared for the humble and the needy and they will no longer bs driven thro bard hard HARD neoflislty to visit other peoples chicken crops boo stands smoke douses and Dora cribs and their lllllo children will know nearly enough geography to aDd their way to the new Baptist church In Dan ville There Is a good time coming This old world wo aro living In Is mighty bard to beat It has a thorn on every rose Jut alnl iba rotes sweet There Is a good time coming Let us thank God from Whom all blessings Mow Health and happiness peace and plenty hope and home HAPPY JACK A Voice From Heaven Truedheave this little poem hoping It may schoolydwho loved her so much I shine In the light of God browdmy feel have trod And 1 reign In glory now No breaking heart tl hero paloNo frequent tear Hath rolled and loft Its stain I have found the Joy of heaven I am one of the angel band To mv head n crown of gold Is given And a harp Is In my band I have learned the tong they sing Whom Jesus bath eat free And the glorious walls of heaven shall ringWlh new born melody No sin no grief no pain Sate In my haupy home My fears all lied my doubts all slain My hour of triumph come YearTooYo aro walking still In the vale of tears But I watt to welcome you Do I forgot Oh no I For memorys golden chain Shall bind my heart to the hearts be low Till they meet and touch again Each link is strong and bright And loves electric flame Flows freely down like a river of light To the world from which I came Do you mourn when another star Shines out from tho glittering sky Do you weep when the raging voted of j war And the storms of conflict die I Then why should your tears run down And your heart be so sorely riven For another gem In the Saviors crown I And soother soul In heaven R0W4SQ 6AKIN6 POWDER Makes the food snore delicious and wholesome r r terat lanes motet eo acv roa- s t f BuffaloOil I Capital Stock 20000 Officers A II FLORENCE Mayor of Stanford Ky President GEO M AttornoyatLawDarat Rowland Ky N M Davlson A B and L R Stanford Ky county companies laid few buyers at 810 per share while today this took is worth 83000 per share This picture is not overdrawn as they arc facts known to bids fuir to equal with her oil fields those of getInKINGSVILLE Mrs W R CundttT spent a pleasant week with her parents In Lexington- Dr B O Allen and wlfu of Somer et came up Sunday to spend a few days with her mother Harve Watts blacksmith came very near losing one of his eyes a few days since while working In his shop W L McCarty Is contracting for to matoes for tbo canning factory which ho Intends to run tho coming season Born on the 17th to Mr and Mrs John Prlvltt a son Dorn to Mr and Mrs David Burton on the 10th a son The Law and Order League will moot at tbo Christian church this eve ning Instead of the usual prayer moot log Thomas Paine authorizes us to an nounce that his marriage will occur o the lath of March In honor of his 23rd birthday Dr C M Thompson has bad no trouble In filling his largo Ice house this winter which weean better appreciate next summer Marlon Williams wbo was seriously Injured by being struck by a train is slowly Improving Mr Wright and family of the suburbs have moved Into O G Bakers storeroom Mr McWhorter a handsome widow ower of near this place offers 84000 and a horse and buggy to any attract- Ive lady who will become his wife Just what attractions arc required w bavo not been informed Our town Is almost depopulated Doctor lawyers merchants station agents clerks farmers and druggists having all been summoned to appea- before circuit court at Stanford It speaks well for our livery facilities that every ono found a way to go It Is sot necessary to state that there Is nosh- Ing doing just now No great rush at the stores an occasional drummer makes his appearance and with a look of consternation sake whats the matter with Klncsvlllo where aro the peo plo We hope the present state of afa fairs will not continue theca to much datagor from kidnappers while so many women and children remain un protected BILIOUS COL10 II Scorer a carpenter and builder of Kenton Tonn when suffering inlensel from an attack ol bilious colic soot to a nearby drugstore for something to relieve him Thu druggist sent him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy three doses of which cf fected a permanent euro This is the onl remedy that can be depended upon in tb most severe cases of colic and cholera morbiu Most druggists know this an recommend it when such a medicine I celled for For sate by Craig locker druggists Tho man wbo composed some Sweet Homo never bad a home Tbo man wbo composed On tho Banks of the Wabash never had a bank Tbo man who composed My Dark Is on the Sea Dover had a dog Tho man wbo composed Tramp I Tramp 1 never owned a tomato can The man wbo composed Only Ono Girt Is married and has a breach of promise suit on his hands Thn mm who composed Goo Goo Eyes Is News r SHE RECOMMENDS CHAMBER LAINS COUGH REMEDY- I havo used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and I have ever need in my family I have no words to express my confidence in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by Craig hooker drug glass a A pot dog saved tho life of Aunt Scotty Loving an old Negro woman at Bowling Green By his constant bark Ing be attracted the attention of the neighbors who ran In and saved her from burning to death To avoid going lo jail on a charge of embezzlement Ernest Wedekind a lawyer at Chicago shot himself to death Incorporated I HEADQUARTERS PIERRE S DIBRANCH OFFICE J lenofcctGFlorence exist- Kentucky Pennsylvania deadBourbon LANCASTER The public square has just received a thorough and muchneeded cleaning W T West sold to Thomas Yantts a farm containing 103 acres at 82106 per aero A crusher Is to be bought by the town and county to bo used on the pub Ho roads W B Burton bought the noted trot ter Clay KIOr at the Lexington sales paying about 11400 Miss Gall Lau bIlD an attorney of New York City lectured last night at tbo courthouse on Womans Rights A reading room has been established by seven young men of this city and will bo located In the 3rd story of tbo Citizens Bank building- W C Greening of Hustonvlllc was tonburn the brick for the Presbyterian parsonage Ho will construct a kiln as soon as the weather permits Klnnalrd Bourns sold a horse for 105 J C Fox bought a bunch of fatbogs at 6 15 sod a cow for 821 W B Burton bought a good horse of j C Boner for 1100 Stephen Walker bought a pelt of work mules for 1100 Miss Christine Bradley Is at home again after a visit to Miss Emily Chen ault of Richmond Miss Eliza Smith has returned from a visit to Lexington MUs Louise KaulTman Is at home again after several weeks Illness In Hutton yulee Miss Mario Joseph will entertain the Junior Soolal Club this evening Mrs George T Farris and daughter Miss Louise will be joined by Senator Far familyrreunion of the Senators brothers and sisters Miss Mary Thompson has been chow en delegate to the State Christian En deavor Convention which meets In hllaarThompson Is the otlleient president the Lancaster endeavor organization and will ably represent her society by reading an address at the State conven fleao Mrs Susan Fisher Is suffering from a broken arm caused by a tall on tho Ice Mr Hamlet Brown has been quite III George Moran a capable Negro brick mason was considerably injured by slipping on tho Ice and striking his reportedyat on Avenue A paper was circulated hero Wednes day containing signatures to a petition addressed to the representative from TYvoteoand Influence for the measure requiring Thedtheirtpreference Garrard people must have more than their share of mechanical genius as a number are already reaping financial rewards from their Inventions and oth ers aro awaiting the testa of ablycon etructed models J B Sanders of the McCreary section has just completed a design for a hempbrake and ho claims It will revolutionize work of that kind The Christian church at McCreary has secured tbo services of Elder A R Moore of this city for two Sunday af ternoons In each month the 2d and 4th As bo preaches for the Hubble church the let and 3rd afternoons and fllls his appointments Sunday mornings and oyonlnga for tho Lancaster membership U Is very evident that Mr Moore la an etllclent and tireless laborer In his Masters vineyard Mrs Eliza J Wallace of tho Paint Lick section celebrated herSUtb birth on last a fatallytShe is the mother of eight children having only ono dead Mrs Parks and tbo remaining seven are reunited every year around her hospitable board and are as follows 0 T William Henry Salem Mesdames Wm Anderson Madison Bettlo Francis of Paint Lick and Joseph S Robinson of this city When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stupid after eat ing all you need is a doss of Chamber bolas Stomach Liver Tallots They will make you teal like a new man and give you an appetite like a bear For sale by Craig Hojker druggists Tho right time to invest is when a company first launches its stock on tho market and you arc then getting in on the ground floor nnd got nil the ad vance of tho stock she Buffalo Oil Co gives you the ground floor Our leases cover 5000 acres in the above named counties nnd our terri tory cannot bo excelled It is equal to anyof the undeveloped territory where fortunes are now being daily by sinking paying wells Our Ii atI t purposes but for the purpose of getting money to develop our rty and suck wells and EVERY dollar lx spent in development and if wo suc ceed our profits will not bo divided by long divisions as would be the case if our capitalstock was largo and sold in large quantities nt n great per cent below par This is your chance to get in on the ground floor A LIMITED AMOUNT of the stock is offered for sale at 81 pOI share non asresaable If it is all taken before your money is received mama will bo returned to you Addrctsffiuffafo Qifo Stanford SIJ P SFor the standing and financial ability of tho officers reference is given to tho President of the Lincoln County National Bank or First Na tional Bank of Stanford Kentucky r n I t = A L J =rw I The Beginning1m OF THE END xJ We have sold so many of our marked t fI1 down Winter Suits that we will soon be I toi1I you come once Suits and Overcoats at anditE lS Below Cost 11iM THEPAYsGLEBEt 5 f JYour ij Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Iback It not satisfied JII Handsome OXfords A In beauty nothing In footwear liizpz approach Shoes Those arc designed on artistic graceful is lines and exquisitely modeled with the hand IBoiucst and most fashionable leathers and the r most skillful fashion KIBO PATENT KID i iou ng Now spring stock received Come in and see what beau ties theyare v We show here one of our many styles CUUMIN Mc LAtYI An Exquisite Creation J ISoleLeather XV HeeLI lutReproductionof this Slllc JI t t IDENTRHL OIL I Gas miNING CD f Of Lexington KentuckyJH N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich W II Clay VlcePres Lexington A P Goodin Jr Oen Mgr Lexington Thai F Kelly Sec TreasjOur holdings consist of about 5030 acme In Wayne county Ky about one and fouebalf miles from the great Sannybrook field about 600 acres iu Lincoln county Ky and 600 acres In Licking Valley In Bath county close up to Ragand wham we have two producing wells the average of the territory la that locality We started to drill In all three counties and expjct t strike oil In every well We are still acquiring very valuable lands In addition to those already secured and lying in proximity to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will be sold at f5 a share par value of th ires 810 each This stock will yreconBdently believe bs solln for par In thirty days 1- II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II 1 1 CAPITAL STOCtf SOOOO I 1 Directors J B Paxton J B Owiley B II Shanks W O Walker OeoJ W Carter Louts have close SucccMoni to The Farmer flank C Trust Company and under tame C management continuously rir tGtor38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Moping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial 4iXOfficers r P H tProsideat t tJ B OWSLEY Cashier isr W M BRIGHT AM Cashiers w I f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON i r W P WALTON ifai Candidate for Railroad Commissioner tot the 2d DUlrtct subject to the will of the dfnicer i DEMOCRACY what It Is and wbat I It stands for la clearly and conolsely i told In the following lines Equal and exact justice to all men commerce and honest friendship with all nations en- i tangling alliances with none the sport of the State governments In all I their rights the preservation of tbe- I general government In Its constltu tlonal vigor a jealous care of the rllbt 1ofelection by the people absolute ac- i In the decisions In the ma i jorlty a well disciplined militia tbe supremacy of the civil over the mUita i ry economy In the public expense tbe honest payment of our debts and sacred preservation of the public faltb encouragement of agriculture and of commerce as Its handmaid the diffusion of Information and arraignment of all i abuses at the bar of public reason free dom of religion freedom of the preee freedom of person under the protection of the habeas corpus trial by juries 1m partially selected these prlnelplel should be the creed our political faltb ECHOES of the TlllmanMcLau fight In the Senate Saturday are stili reverberating The latest Is from Augusta Ga where Lieut Gov James H Tillman a kinsman of the Senator made public the text of a telegram be bad sent President Roosevelt wltb idrawing an Invitation accepted by tbe t present a sword to Maj Mlcab Jenkins of the First United States Volunteer Cavalry The sword win purchased by subscription Lt Gov Tlllman explained that be wltbdr tbe invitation at the suggestion of sub scribers to the sword fued who regarded as unwarranted the presidents al- I leged affront In recalling Senator f Tillmans invitation to tbe Prince Ben ry dinner THE Lexington Democrat Is moved to t remark A new locomotive headllg Invented by a Chicago man la said to penetrate darkness to the extent of 10 miles That headlight might be used to discover what claim to democracy certain so called democrats of Lexln ton have who wear Its livery the better to serve the republican party Lexington It not tbe only place where such creatures are to be found Lincoln F county bas her full quota the mores tbe pity but they will all be found out some day and put In the class they 81 love to train with SINCE tbe fisticuff of Tillman and McLaurln a bill has been offered In tbe U S Senate to establish a department of physical culture Tbe measure provides that tbe bead of tbe new department shall have a seat In tbe cabinet Tbe duties of the secretary of the department and his subordinates are to be In direction of extending physic culture throughout the country and doubtless to be charged with the power to put a Senator through a course before permitting him to take his seat THE names of Tillman and McLaurl were restored to the roll of tbe Senat by Senator Frye president pro tern the order of tbe presiding oQlter have log been the result of a conferonc among republican leaders Mr Frye explained that his action was Intended to shift responsibility from the chair 10 the Senate Can It bo possible that South Carolinas figbtlntr Senator scared tbe president of that augue body Into taking back his first resolve which was probably made In haste A DISPATCH says that Hon WII lIam J Bryan will soon pledge to Da vld B Hill his support for president While we are talking about preslden tlal timber whats the matter wilt Bill and Bryan for 1901 One from the East the other from the West thei would carry everything beloro them while the glorious old South would give the biggest democratlo majority ever beard of A MORAL wave has struck Middles boro All blind tigers have been or dered shut down If it is necessary tc tear the houses down dancing halls have been closed and women are for bidden to congregate at saloons Lot the good work continue and the ex magic city may yet awaken from her Rip VanWlnklu sleep and be something again AN Evansvllle Ind woman was se overjoyed over tbe arrival of a boy at her sons bouse that she fell dead Had twins put In appearance the whole faro lly would have likely crossed the dark river CHARLES A DAILEY telegraph edl tor of the Courier Journal and an all round newspaper man has acquired an Interest In the Owensboro Messenger and will be that papers managing edl torAire Mary Harrington Hanna the divorced wife of Dan R Hanna son of Senator Mark Hanna will be active In tbe local political campaign and will take the stump In opposition to her former father inlaw- r i 10 + r I BOOKER made Teddy another vhlt the other day but the two cronies didnt have anything to eat this time POLITICAL The State Senate unanimously pusII ed the AntiTrust bill The Maryland Legislature votedI down a separate coach bill The House at Frankfort passed tbo Farris Blind Tiger bill which now goes to the governor Deboo and Yerkes have Indorsed J A Tomlinson for reappointment as postmaster at Barrodsburg Tbe State Senate passed the bill ap- proprIating 100000 for a Kentucky ex hiblt at the St Louis Worlds Fair The House adopted a resolution ask- Ing tbe Houses of Reform CommlssI ers to request the resignation of Super- Intendent Doak The governor sent to the LegUlat a message urging tbe passage of a bill providing a system of uniform and cheap school books The people of Anderson county oro much stirred up over the proposition to place that county and Spencer In one representative district As aresult of the telegram from Lt Gov Tillman of South Carolina It Is believed the president will refute to attend the Charleston Exposition In their Lincoln birthday edltorlal8 the administration organs were careful not to quote from any of Lincolns peechea or writings Bryans Commoner The president decided to appoint ormer Congressman McCbord Marsh of Arizona In place of Benjamin Dau ale the exconvict whose commtssi was recently revoked Tillman was not permitted to cross ils legs under the presidents mabc any at the reception to Prince Hear but bo line the consolation that bo Kdnt eat where a Negro hadrat Lex Democrat Senator Fryo President pro tern announced upon convening tbe Senato yesterday that he had received a lettor rom Senator Tillman asking to bo card on a question of highest prli Itlre Bo Intimated that the request light bo entertained Writing from Frankfort to his bome aper the Glasgow Times exLegist tor J M Richardson makes tbe follow Ina observation wise and confeesli good for the soul The greatest work of many a Lei lature Is what la prevented from be Inlr done If theae facts were known and the public understood them thor oUjtbly criticism would bo to a larle extent disarmed and praUe would take tbe place of unrelenting censure My collection is that I Introduced 20 bills wben I way in the Legislature Three n I them afar being amended until I didnt know my own offspring became laws At that tlcuo I was confident tbat the laws of Kentucky were fatally di ctlve in the absence of the other 17- but after six years reflection I am ready to confess that the Lcgislatui bad more sense than I had when It knocked them In the bead in tbe com mltteo room NEWS NOTES John Queen who wrote GooGc Eyes Is dead in New York Mason tbe glass fruit tar manufacturer Is dead In New York City Turners warehouse In Jessamin irnei and 10000 pounds of hemp went- up In flames A heavy rainfall In Georgia and Alabama yesterday at some places ap proacbed a cloudburst- A 14year old boy at Bluepoint Lon I- tltland planned to murder a 15yearol Irl because her father had reprImand- edhimDuring the last year the Unite States Flab Commission distributed to- various waters more than 200000000 O b and eggs A meeting of sportsmen will be halt at Frankfort on March 6 to form an association for tbe protection of fisb- Itame and song birds Che Inclosuro at the Coney Islan- Jockey 1 Clubs grounds Is to be enlarg ed to tbe extent of 5000 square feet to be ready Suburban day laud and Bert Knight were acquitted Hopklnsvllle yesterday of tbe charge or shooting and wounding non unioc miners at the Empire mines Tbere are 10000 men engagedin fish Inll on the Great Lakes and the total iltal Invested Is 10600000 Tbe nun bel of vessels engaged Is 208 and of- small boats 3300 Tbe Senate Prison Investigating nmltteo finished Its work at FranJo- tort last night and in a report slgntd by all the democrats on the committee exonerated the prison commissioners of ill charges towlie Pike and Miss Efflo Meadows- were married the 28th of last October Mr Pike loft Immediately for Texas wbera be bad a position awaiting him On yesterday be passed through to Llv- Ingston when the announcement wa- smadeMt Vernon Signal A special train carrying the FlorQ- dora theatrical crashed Into tbe rear of freight at Eastvllle Va and several members of tbe company- were seriously hurt The wreckago- caugbt fire and destroyed the scenery and nearly all tbe baggage epresentatlves of tbe leading life Insurance companies of the Unlted- States aro at Frankfort to urge tbe- General Assembly to strike from the new revenue bill drafted by a leglsla- tlve committee tbe section providing ror State county and cltv taxation on me Insurance policies having a cash lurrender value j iW i Fire destroyed almost all tbebuelneu district of Thurber Texas A shower of blood Is said to have fallen near Becchland Washington county The bill posters of Kentucky met at Covington and formed a State orgianl zatlon IMiss Lena Ellason died near Rlcb Ind as tbo result of elve use of cloves Dan Morgan was given a life lien tence by a jury at Owenton for kllllog William Malden Tbo Rutsellvllle jail Isbelngguar to protect the Negroes accused of burn log a store at Adalrvllle There his been a general breakup of lee In the Monongahela river and the gorges are moving out rapidly Mrs Robt Woodard wife of a prom- Inent Henderson county ruse was assaulted by a Negro who escaped Lulu Watts a variety actress at Nome Alaska severed Jack Klrk8 head from his body with a razor Five men were killed and two fatally burtln a wreck on tbe Auburn Branch of tbo New York Central railroad For love of his dead mother Charles Anderson a 14 year old boy commlted Molds at Chicago by taking poison A boy who bad lost both feet by be- Ing run over by a street car was awarded 130000 damages by a New York jury Fletcher Barnett a school teacher of lamargo III shot and killed Miss Eva Vlsoman and drowned himself In a weUD D Young of Somerset a bral man on the Q C had an arm man Illed while coupling cars at Wllllan sidingOne death from smallpox occurred at the peathouse in Woodlord count Tbere are three more cases but no new ones The Royal Oil Company of Danvtll bas leased 1800 acres of land In tbe elgbborbood of the Jones farm In- Knox county Mrs Kate Soflel wife of tbe Plttl erg jailer has recovered and will be arraigned for aiding In the escape or- tbe Diddle brothers It Is said the United States will take steps to recover from Turkey the 8um of 972500 the ransom money paid flies Stones release A E Batson le under arrest In Princeton Mo for alleged compllolty- In the murder of six members of the Earl family at Welsh La Crazy Snake and nine ol his India followers were given twoyear ten mess at Muskogee I T for oonipl Ina against the government Tbe Texas court of appeals decide tbat the city of Galveston la not liable for private property seized for publl purposes after the great storm King Edward appeared on a racecourse for the first time since his accel- lion to the throne Bis horse Ambus II won the Stand Steeplechase Dudley Johnson white and Ben Foa tel colored were banged at Ashovllli N C for burglary They were give a church burial during the afternoon Woodford Hughes formerly of Kentucky was shot dead In his bed at Nor nvllle III by a mob composed of friends of a man Hughes was accuse o shooting The Glasgow Burkesvllle and Run berland Valley Traction Company bae- been permanently organized to build an electrIc railway from Glasgow to irkesvlllo The two Negroes convicted at Rui llvllle of arson were taken to Bowl- Ing Green for safe keeping En route- ono attempted to escape and was sbot by tbe officers The average duration of marriage In England Is 23 years Russia with 30- years Is the only country to beat her In Franco and Germany 20 years is tbe averalte duration Cal Cox on Saturday killed a Negr for refusing to give him a chew of tobacco was given a life term In tbe pen ntlary Wednesday In the circuit- court at Owlngsvllle A Jury at Vincennes Ind awardcc former Banker Davis of Washington Ind 19000 judgment against the am- biers who are alleged to have fleeced- him with crooked dice ion Lucbau notorious leader of tbe- Sarmar rebels has beAn captured by- tbe Americans His capture la regard ed In Washington as second In Impel- tance to that of Agulnaldo Mrs James S Reagan is lying in a Louisville hospital with her throat cut- and her husband ia said to have Inflict cd the wounds Be denies the obarge- aDd says his wife was assaulted by a- burjtlar who robbed him The German Emperors yacht Meteor was successfully launched at- Sbooters Island In tbe presence or- Preddent Roosevelt Prince Henry and a real crowd Miss Alice Roosevelt cbrlstened the yacht Before the luncheon which followed pn the Bobenzol- lern tbo Prince presented to Miss nooievelt the Emperors gift a gold- bracolet with the Emperors portrait In diamondsTbls story Is sent from Norfolk Va Joe Smith bought a larlle- flask of corn whisky and made a wager- wltb his eletcr In law Ella Beat 15 tbat he could drink more of the whla ky than she Tbe girl drank It all and was found next morning dead In bed- Smltbs wife gave him 120 to buy a cof fin for the dead girl and he left with tbo money since which time nothing ba8 been beard of him tbfi yr 1 y yrq yH yr lyr y r r yy y y y e e YW e e e i e e ia r O ENt1011MN1NL1601 011tiONNtii1r 11 ti S 1 Announcement f t1 I l THE GRAND LEADER DRY f li I a 1 GOODS STORE i Will soon open in the room vacated by the Louisville Store with absolutely the largest and 1 most uptodate line of R4 Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Millinery ftii i et Mens and Ladles Furnishings Ec t j J t over brought to Lincoln county Our motto will be Tho standard and the very lowest prices cash to every 2one Watch this space for more naive as to our unto of opening and the special prices wo will oiler at that time i 1t p The Grand Leader Dry Goods Co i rtt j I S B LEVY MGR 1d NvN1tid tiM tirN1 111 N LK ai e e e r e r r e 1 s e it j ee I J S I e I I I r Surprise Special Sale NO3 At TilE RACKET STORE Watch this space every Tuesday anti Friday for bargains Men Overcoats go at 245 and mens black cheviot suits go at 8225 AU S5 8750 810 and SUi suits At half prior Jeans pHiiU I5c liens boots at 8125 metie plow nines ut 73c boys blow films at lilt Lailirs t h xtc to fli ife at 1p4 Mena ladies and miwos rublxrs Illyspan 81 50 shoes nt iM- elarlwts and mattings very cheap MATRIMONIAL- A Richmond dispatch say Quito a surprise wa jlTen their friends berei when It was learned that Z T Rice a prominent mercbantand Mlii Amy D vlddon a Lancaster belle had beon married at 3 oclock In tbe morning C T Sandldge the popular bore man and Mlaa Susie Sandldee tbo pretty daughter ot Mrs Weaver Dunn ol tbo Mllledgevlllo section drove to Crab Orchard yesterday afternoon and were married at tho Coyer Hotel bl Elder J G Llvlnlllton This pretty story la sent from Wil- lIam burt The marriage of Mr Win fred Munson to Miss Cora Denaley wal an event that was tinged with romanc When tbo 8panIib Amorlcan war broke out Munson enlllted In the eei vice of Uncle Sam In the famot charge up San Juan Ulll this rebut son of Grant was In the thick of tbe fight and fell his lung being pierce by a Mauser bullet For 21 hour bo lay where he bad fallen and was Quail picked up unconscious by an ambi lance Army surgeons soon revive him however and by careful nuraln and skilled medical attention bo wal In due time restored to health Be then hurried home to claim tbo beat and band of the girl be had left bchln himW J Brown a prominent youn lawyer of Somerset and Miss Cora M Jones alao of that place but well known here were married at tbe bomo of her aunt Mrs J T Harris at 6 oclock yesterday evening Elder Jo 3allou who has known both oftb young people from their Infancy performed tho ceremony The bride who Is a lovely young lady was attired In a suit of gray and her beauty never bowed to a getter advantage A splendid dinner followed the marriage to which a number of friends of tbi detracting parties were Invited Mr and Mrs Drown drove to McKlnne his morning and took tbo train for heir borne whore Mr Brown la coun 8elln a big law suit The INTERIOR JOURNAL which claims both of tbe oung people as Its friends extends the rlad band on this very happy occasion la their lives Central Keducky Bed Esbh schanga AND TITLE CO Stanford Kentucky NoIHA farm ofSWtcrci In Lincoln rouDt- Tbree good dwellings 3 good tarni sad other out bulldIDg1 each house tarn etc about the center of 100 acre All on county road Jj mlU from church school and poatolftce Ira well and well watered ThU U a good tobacco urn sad would III two or lhrrs fitulllc that night want to com- from tbtMmenelfhtorbood Price reatonable 1000111loodLay well on county road drop to church achoo etc frlceonlytCCO 1 llrtrLLI + Vo poAltlrely puaranUo every nrttcle to bo sold Jittt as advartSsed Ilrtng us ytmr rodeIt N at Rood aa cullI THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town Culic I ginghnmtt brown cottons blenclieil cotton jtercalM and all kimla of linings go at 4 I 2e Outing cloth 1 l2c CnuhincTw TorMedj flaiuiMn hid ticking table linen towels bed uprtxul law cur tain inert rte at Iww than rest 4 A flyer fur Saturday nut 11 inlay ntclymens tine shirts wrtlc 75r pi at 211 stele MURRAY McADAMS I 1A MLLE LEADING JEWELERS DANYIT LE The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky Wo are also Graduate Opticians and can fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shopsnt f isfaction guaranteed Wo sell Gorlmm Silver Watch Bargains i W 1 Having an oversupply of Gold Filled Watches 20 and 25 year cases and also Solid Gold Ladies Watches I shall sell any of them at a great discount Cut glass and china mantel clocks go also W H MUELLER A CLEARANCE SALE y1 COSTis oJ0 I This will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes and other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heros an oxnmploI 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1jArbuctclca Coffee toe to retail trade This sale is for cash No goods onllIprices so dont ask it Sale Thursday January IGth 1902 yc eha es- wU leeler mpo um HUSTONVILLEKY r f1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL s STANFORD Ky Fin 28 1002 1 In Oiling your prescriptions wo usa proporUon L not do bolter It yon paid UB double the price which Is always reasonable Pen nyi Drug Store I r PERSONALS I f tyCbusiness MR J 8 ROCKER was In Loulivlllo Ross Onrrarde clever jailer weekfL court RAISES of Caioy county Illness REYNOLDS U up after LUTES was at Bcattyvlllo this week to sea his beet girl I Mna J J CoiiNKLtsoN of Lcxlng herof ot llAJuLTONj won prize at the Danville old fiddlers con telLa Miss LILLU CARPENTER of Hut I tonvlllo HIIIi U with her aunts at Col T P MISSES DORA AND MINNIE BTRACII left for the cities yesterday to buy mil llnery MRS ELIZA ANNE WEAVER of Hrooeton It with her ion Mr L P Weaver 1 MRS B DHEMKR went to LouUvIllo today to the bcdildo of bcr mother thMRard was on Wednesdays train return lOll from Lexington F P STinALL of Drooiton hex been vltlllng his dauffhler Mrs A P Sloan near Hubble MRS n C HAUQIIMAN and son Karl of the Wen End aro lulTerors from whooping cough W B HUFFMAN of Lfuitonvllle hae I been assigned ai storekeeper to Boo bldlitlllery In Andtrvoo MRS KD PIMCB of Garrard w over this week to IM Dr A S Pr1 who Is slowly Irayrovlag MR AND MRH GAIT OHO DRMMI of Louisville were gn iU of Postman ter and Mr J C Florence SquiKB JOHN KLU8 went to ADder t ion county today to take ellarye as itorekeepergaucorof Roads distillery MR AND MRS S P STAOO leave In a few days for Payottt to make their homo rouob to the regret of Sianfur- and Lincoln county people In general HORN to tbo wife of Henderson Haugb of the Highland station a Hi pound son lie bin been named after our excellent sheriff and Gov Beak bam MR 8 D LRVY manager of th Qraod Leader Dry Goods Store an sister Mrs Abrams have rented J A Allen cottage on East Main and will oooupy It soon- MnRSRS W II CLAY and A P Goodlng Jr of the Central Oil ft G Co of Lexington are hire to e about starting the driller on Sher Baughmans firm GnonoK D WBATHKIIFOHD and W S Drye two of Uuitonvlllos most con firmed old bachelors were hero Wed nesday returning from Lancaster whore they hid been to look at some horses J J BROOKS of Crab Orchard kal bero Monday and mado G W Slrolb or assignee an otter for the Hlslo t Cnntlca stock of drugs notions oto 4 but no sale has yet boon made Win chcilor Sun- MESDAMESR S LYTLK and C MIt Miss Annie Trlbble left yesterday for Cincinnati to visit her sitter Mr Ira G Taylor Advocaie LOCALS BUQQY harness at Higgins McKIn noys DRIED beef ellceS for broiling at Higgins McKlnnoys HEADQUARTERS 0lCo In INTERIOR JOURNAL building NEW tatlonery nt latest styles just received at Craig ft Hookers PRETTIER line than eof embroi dories and laces at John P Jones I WILL deliver flthayany where In town at 40 cents per hundred J BooneaFOR groceries and hardware call on Lewis P Cook Maywood Oood goods low pricesa1v I RAVE just received a nice assort ment of suitings Call and see them H C Ruploy It WILL sell millet hay at95e per 100 pounds for a few weeks to reduco stock J H Baughman Si Co l R B WILKINSON has bought out t QJeff Boldons meat market and w- J 111a transfer his stock next Monday TUB backbone f Winter seems to bo broken sure enough Lot us all hope I and pray that Spring which begins I tomorrow will bring good weather CUANDLERJoo Chandler aged 10at WedoellITilE Buffalo Oil Co Is sod lnR 6000 circular totters printed at t office Read their advertise nt and see if you dont think a litiloof tho stock they aro selling would psy youJ i good Interest t FRESU ash oysters bananas or JRelobarteWE learn by our underground wire that six babies were born In tbo little town of Klngsvlllo In three doge R H HAMM bought J G Frlthe Interest In Frith L Dunns clove at Brodhead They will make a strong team We areagent theColumbus Buggy Gos buggies In Lincoln coun This moaasthat no other man orIIn this county sells them Carson ft Pence Stanford A GENTLEMAN named Edwards won LibertyMoodavend Ansel Lanbam third and Phil burt Richards fourth AO U WThere will bo work In both tbo Junior and Workman degrees Monday night March 3 and all mom bore are earnestly requested to boprcs cat J F Engloraan M W THOSB who bavo patoo attention to our frequent statements may not bo surprised to find their account In tho ydayI IF you have property to sell rent o exchange let the Central KentuckanReal Estate Exchange ft o Stanford know about It The compao will do the rosy No trade no pay C L PRUITF of Uuitonvllle has bought the stock of goods lately owned by G R Durham t Co of MIddloburg He la undecided as to whether bo will continue a store at that place or movo e goods to some other town thCLOat Rowland at an early hour yesterday morning of pneumonia and was burled at McCormackt church to day His wife died same six months ago but throe children aro loft behind SALHS Ashby Arnold will bavo a sale of his farm stock oLe at his home on tho near Lan Obarlasey Klein will dlipoie of his stock crop and household gouda near Crab Oroh ard the same day CUKTW Jobn Coal son of Mr Monroe Curtis and brother of 111 William Curtis died at Springfield III a few days deal of smallpox as was burled there He was close to SO tiLly grown He was a good olllien and had many friends In this county who will regret to hear of his death ADHBRBD Mes CooW Smith ond Daniel Reynolds of Wutlaoetoo were here Wednesday returning from MoKlnney whore they went to ha tbo mad clean belonging to Mrs Aa Dudderar applied to a wound on t adhorIQK bettor Mr Smiths dog bit Mr Ira nolds and he brought him to the stone 9 UBORQB PULLIAM who admired the old gentleman greatly tolls us that an Immense crowd attended too funeral of Dr George Dunn at his late dome at Shelby City Wednesday and fallowed ibo remote to the Hustonvillo Come wry Dr E M Greene of Danville preached a beautiful sermon and there gataor h of my section have lost their very best friend said Mr Pulllam as bo spoke touchingly of his dead neighbor MESSRS GOODINU AND CLAY of the Central Oil Gas Mining Co Loxlng ton aro hero looking for more leasus around Stanford whore they aro lure oil will be found In paying quantities Tools are on the ground on Baugbmand farm and boring will gin as soon as tbo lumber for making tho derrick Is sawed and deliver Persons wishing to lease their prop ty will call on the above gentlemen at tho St Asaph Hotel at once They have bored only two well which are In Bath county and they aro both pro ducors IITin announcement ofthe Grand Leader Dry Goods Co appears ole wbero In lisle issue Tho room form ly occupied by the Louisville Storo is their piano of business and an immense stock of goods Is being unpacked preparatory to their opening which w bo In a yelp few days Mr S B Loan ti experienced business man and a very pleasant gentleman will bo In charge and bo promises to give tho people of Lincoln and adjoining coun ties nomo raro bargains Ho will bo aialstcd by his sister Mrs Abrams and number of salesmen Keep your eye on their apace each Issue OUIt reprcsonlattvo Hon M F North and E H Doak suporlnton dent of the Houses of Reform had a war of words on the floor of the House Frankfort Wednesday A dispatch rom there says that when Mr Do took the floor Mr North asked him bo did not toll him that ho had a boy In the Institution whoso mother had sent him out to steal that ha might get Into tbo Reform School I did not sitislett leaf I repeat elr that I told you no tog of the kind said the euperint dent It looked for a taw moments as IfI the men would get together t OLD newspapers for sale This office ROOMS centavo poKlosepeCOLLARS harness trace chains back bands wagon harness pads otc J C McClary 1 FARlalFUSStock what coal you need before you get busy with your plowing J H Baugbman Co FOR root or sale the house vacated by E C Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this oBlce GOOD RECORD Tom fleet who Is on tbo grand Jury this term has a clean record He has never sued a follow man nor been sued was never a witness in court was savor before the grand Jury but once and laid in Jail four days then rather than toll on a friend has never scratched a democratic ticket and last but not least ho has never failed to do a kindness when It was In bill power Ho did not toll us the latter but we are well enough acquainted with him to say It and teens whereof wo speak CUMMINS Mr FlemCuramlnsaged 80 died at his homo at Prcachersvlllo of a general giving away He a grandfather of our townsman mrwas d five children survive They aro andyMrs Margaret Anderson of Texasand Mrs Addle Cummins of Kansas City Mr Cummins bad boon In very feeble health for years and had boon bedfast for over a month The burial will oc our at PrelcbernllIe at 2 oclock this afternoon and tbo Masons will conduct e services p TUB Advocato lies this to say about Lincoln fiddlers who took part In the contest at Danville Samuel Bishop of Turnersvlllc was awarded second price onhOlt There Ell and Galm rberl Dead Mr BUbop lea vlonn let of no ordinary talents and was hear tlly applauded The violin upon whloh ha performed has a history runnlnJ through a period of 900 years It It the property of Mr Cloyd Johnstono of Uustonrillt and Is probably worth tJUXJ The tons was pronounoed the finest b ard at the neatest Armp Dnw reon of Dawsoos Dam won four ofjLadles Favorite Alex Main of Stanford was the oldest fiddle r the bunch He rendered in charm tog style a selection of life own compo sition entitled Tie Desertion of Stanford or the Maroh to Danville The title of the pleas brought a round of applause noel the fifth prlio to Its au thor It JusIcootht ouse a cases hero been disposed of sloes our last re 4 atvof the pence was acquitted William Thompson fined 120 for selling liquor t James Kennedy fined 150 for sboollng at John Payne A Zebcocckor 825 for trespass Dan Hester fined 8130 for sell log whisky and acquitted In four cases Thomas Price fined tl 25 and given days In jell for carrying concealed wca wee John Dayton acquitted of assault i Dr Marlon Thompson acquitted In 10 carne of selling whisky John Tankers ley Sr acquitted of shooting with In toot to trill Tbo case of Joe and Tom Leaiuro charged with rape has occu plod much of the courts time Wm CIy mer and Dob Wilson who sro ervln terms at Frankfort for a similar 0 fene 5 wero brought hero by Ballot and they testified In the can The Leaeurel aro ropresenicd by Hon andboW torney Is assisted by County Attcro epoerwcallbs Attorney Oweloy Is speaking as we go to prose The murder eves of Allred Bright has been continued until the next term of court Hiram Grant who shot Char ley Liken from tbo effects of which bo died has been indicted for murder rand his trial set for Tuesday next The grand jury Is doing good work It will adjourn this afternoon to ono or more dove next week IIIIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J D Shelby has been elected pollee judge of Junction City James H Brand aged 58 is dead of pneumonia at Junction CIty Officers tore down the blind tiger buildings around Mlddlcsboro John M Llnney who was tbo father of 20 children died at Danville L L flog has been appointed post master at Alum Pulaskl county W A Trlbblo sold to R B Wilkinson a lot of 160pound hogs at 6c J K Baughman of Hustonvllle sold lo Monlle Fox a couple of mules for theItmen e dead Jonas Well bought of Clarence Lo bus of Cynthlana 40 1300pound cst tlo at file atonand at cord I Besilo Goodo of Boyle Is nearly four years old and weighs only 22 undsA Haydon has bought tbo Burn sldo farm near Point Leavol Garrard county at SCO It contains ISO acres Alonzo Baker charged with being ono of Lee Turners moo In the famous Quarter House battle was discharg od at PInovlilo WaltofarmInto Rlcblaad creek earl that stream came very near burning up Ed Garrard of Manchester shot and seriously wounded Dave Woods Coy Beckbam recently pardoned both men before trial on an Indictment charging the murder of William Holland the governor believing that their trial might result In the renewal of tbo Clay county food Dr James H Moore of Hnrrodi agalnltUncloseized confiscated aid destroyed dur tag the war He lost 1100 bales of cot ton 32 work mules 75 cattle 75 hogs and bad all the buildings on isle largo plantation In the South destroyed Democrat FOR STOMACH THOUBLE3 I have taken a great many different edicines for stomach trouble and con stipation Bays Mrs S Geiger of Dunk erton Iowa but never had as good re suite from any as Ghambcrl sins Stomach A Liver Tablets For wle by Craig vfe Mocker druggists No Credit No Debts yearworkhouse for miles around lantlnc WI lirud shaws grocery tore at TurnersTlllo the untilebutter In any quantity and receive lie cash thesotraInother trains are run onyon must pay for your itekot before you board the traloo loovlngthllto butterW Kr Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING OF lass Irult and ornamental tree crnpo vlnM- atparslUl mail fruit and everything tor orchard lawn and gunleu We tsars no agent but sell direct to the planter KyofGLENBURNIE FOR SALE Olonburnle U ono of the finest farms lateSantoIdand k loomed on the Dunvlllo and Stanford lromrtantord Isbcondole ofthe best qaallty ot black walnut aoed II a good residence on lisle farm with ser ants house carriage house Ice house 3 baron and a largo orchard The form U d88lrblobomoChwin Danville K- yHORSES and MULES WANTED EATUnDAYMAHOII10of thin Horses 3 to 8 old and ono ca of Mules S to 6 oldW TKIIHDNK LEVI KALTUKIUER Livery Outfit For Sale I I wish to sell my livery badness at Me Kinney and will make the price right to theI buyer AlA having a good trade but dont 1BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office In Masonic Illdj SOMERSET KYeyteewill practice In all the State Courts also Courtn Leave yo- urPrescriptions with us We do the rest Lowest Prices teat WIN Best Material and Accurate WorK manshlp CRAIG HOCKER j i i For Circuit Court I BarbedWire I Clover and Timothy Seed Stoves Ranges Hardware Groceries 4 Full stock in all 1 departments Fresh fruit every f week Bring us your produce Phonc orders I given prompt attention and immediate delivery 2 JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block h Iar8 Q Overcoatst Sit Ste 9 ir A c e 9 yeti Only n few in Mens but several injBoys sizes left We dont want weiqcn to what they cost us is a rare opportunity to buy an S Overcoat at cost or a little less eefit9 1Ttf DSFRcmembor this is a cash salefj 9 IlE 0iaSig H J McROBERTS t 9 uk iccksa tip ka cdt 1 a k tea tKAa wka kk e I 9 Afi + t9tchiallf i 1 t t 1 M f I Special Values at the New Store i Look at our special values In 6c hamburg end lacelILook at our special values in 10c Hamburg Also wide margin 10cL100tiiSec our lines of long cloths and soft dimities for underwear Wo have succeeded in Retting together the very best assortment of real handsome Torchon laces wo hue ever shown to our trade Many new and pretty patterns in Val laces peltIrtoats Dont forget the placeopposltA the Myera house GOODSIm Miss Effie Ila- blEmmanoyWarren Warren WM SEVERANCE Prop j eMi1i3W We handle the f Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling I and A IareIf you want the best buggy made f come see our stock X Higgins S McKinneyI STANFORD KENTUCKY t I J CLOSING OUTI I 1 I have decided to quit the goods business and 7 have advertised my store for sale The read 1 ers of this paper know tho kind and quality of 4 Iithe goods I handle and while Iam waiting 4 for the purchaser of this stock of goods you G JI have an opportunity of buying fir tclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only t fJ I JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE i LL FI THEJNTEKIORJOURNAL entered n the poitofflce at Stanford at toondclau matttr i i p4b1Lthd7uwelayaadTrstdaPai i IfWhen not sopatdaaoo will becharid H i KNOXVILLE DIVISION i No 2t Train going NoUbMM llM a m Not II to II2IOmi t Not II II South M I2atam No 23 H S h 12112 r m j ForalllbintsK- ENTUCKYt CENTRAL DIVISION No 153nm t No lIrrlntSInloN113mNo shears Stanford at L R A JONESDENTIST Stanfordr Ky Office over Hitfeins its McKinnoys Stores Telephone No 48 t McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoXinney w Ey- I Make and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chicken Feed C Prices very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller Small Farm For Sale Containing 81 acres situated on the Stanford and Ottenhelm pike 3 miles from Stanford In grass aud land with cxco tlon of a few acres considered thin land Sufficient stock water and some good rent timber no dwelling only a cotsfug It Is a Tory desirable little place 1411 at 125 per acre Call at this office r 1lellFOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T It D right S Oo p Will hold on February 23 1002 a big JACK SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass jacks solicited Astia C RUPLEYI The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE B W BU3KE h S3N Prop JUNCTION CITY KY A TlrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hung first class Porters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAV DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRIOE I And Dealer In Lime Cement c o Write For Pri- cesPOSTED The following persons have their lauds posted and they will punish to the full ex tent of tho law any person or persons found hunting fishing trapping or otherwise trespassing on them Bixmo O n Boons 311 11G A IMeasants 01 Nowland II V Newland W n Higgins O L Crow E P Woods- J E Bruce Oeo D hopper- S II Baufcbuan R O Rocker J 8 locker A B Rroaddus Mrs J 1 White J W Baogbmau J W Adams 8 T Harris W P Tate Joseph Ballon J M Adams J O Morton T A Rice MlsMaryPepp1ci Walter W Warren M F Lawrence W Eo Amon J B Foster Ernest Ullmann David Stephens Aaron hall Soft Harness You run make your new M lIOn m a and M touch M hjtiling L1It1IA lnrtbPnIl8I1femt Oil You last tatce as long ordlnaNy would EUREKAHarness nuke Q poor looking ban i pew ltke new Mail of r pure heavy bodied oil ea I prepared to with I Maud tho weather Sold everywhere In c os Made bj STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In flrstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money JII GREEltI A 8 PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OffieOTr McBobarU Drug Stor In the Ovaley Dulldlot FOR SALE My residence property In McKinney con Ix rooms two larches all necessaryoutbuildings nice shades good garden A location and a bargain on or address J H VANIIOOK McKinney Ky J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STRHFORD KY Now and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 96 J+ c+ McGLMY UNDERTAKER E3IBAL3IER And DealearIf 2ABNESS SADDLES C Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS 4NDERTEI3 ALSO pJU1JU 1a FaruitareDinttinRsRageAnd I allTheya call Prices right I STANFORD KENTUOKY 4 DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specltllstlof tonlsTllle will be at St AsapU HotcljStnnford Tuesday March 18 I One day only Rye examined and glasses clentlUcallyJadjnsted Office hours B a m to I pm I 1 un ji ljJ1 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Six broke mules for sale J B OWl Icy Stanford Foit SALE50 owes and GO lamb L L Doty Staolord Mark Hardln sold to Robert Portcr five yearlings at 122 FOR SALE CO good stook calve Mark Qardln Stanford FOR SALE 160 bogs 80 to 225 Iba J H Smith Foot Hill Ky 2t Tbreo Polled Angus bull calves for sale J W Bau hraao Stanford Tho Empire race track at Yonker N Y sold for 8300000 It cost ovor 1300000FOR No 1 pair broke three year old mules good ones Embr Broil Stanford FOR SALE8 horaoi 3 to 7 years old 15i to 161 hand high Hugh Thomp SOD Chllioo Casey county Ky FOR SALEO jacks rnady for ecrrlc 12 3ycarolJ work mules and two frcsh cows 1 S Tevls Shelby City Ky O S Oblnes sold a pair of fast gold loge high class stock to Underwc of Hooey Grove Texas for 8051 NewsIn there wore In Tenneeseo 800 100 sheep and 200000 dogs ThIrty years later there were In tho same State 200000 sheep and 800000 dog while apparently It Is only a question of a few years when thero will be a million of dogs In tho State and coI sheep at all- Georgo E Alford of Qustoovl thinks he has the greatest horse Ilvln la the one ho bought from Hall Andol son some weeks ago Several partlea from a distance havo tried to buy him and bavo made some fanny offers but tlr A will hold him unless he get close to 81000 for the animal The annual report of tho Unl Stock Yards at Chicago Just completed shows that 1001 was a recordbrcakli year the total receipts of live stock of- all classes amounting to 15657162 tho aggregate value being 8233003280 an Increase of 1032847 and 820540616 In value over the receipts ol 1000 Coffey Bros sold to A W Pedlgo a haraese gelding by Nabotb for 200 road mare by the samo horse to ame- for 8120 They also sold S E Terry a harness gelding lor 8156 Mr Pedigo ought of J B Barbeo a Southern horse for IBO Mr Terry bought of W T McFarland a threeyearold manor 8100 and one from Jo Smith at 885 offey Bros bought from Cora Mantz a mryearold harness horse for 8150 Adair News CHURCH MATTERS Rev R B Mahony will preach at tho aptlst church Sunday morning afte which communion services will be held Rev J B Culpepper Inaugurated a- sensa lon at Mt Sterling where he wal conducting a revival Do announcer that the meeting would cloaq on Sun lay evening A theatrical company was to begin an engagement Mond renlng and the evangelist remain over and held opposition services When tbo brass band of the theatric Iroupe appeared on parade Mr Cul pepper followed with aband of chlldrlln nelng Sunday school conga Rev J D lluggtns writes from Pax vllle N C to the Baptist Argus ns Hows Wo have bad a 10 days viSIt from Rev R B Maboov a native of- thle community now of Stanford Ky 811 visit was a delight to his maDY mends as well as relatives If for coth- InR oleo people here would love to- hooor him for the sake of his bonore fathor Rev El W Mabony of prec lous rnamorv tho 1I0ld Parson He preached for mo twice last Sunday at txvlllo In the forenoon and at Home Branch three miles off In the alter noon They were good sermons h e reached heartfelt and soul sttrriae At Home Branch wo had a grand old- time hand ehakiog close to tbo service 1100 IIEWAnD 8100 of this will be pleaaal to Inre ttheralsatleiiloneilrextal dbeue that den hat been able to cure In Its stage and hat la Catarrb Hall Catarrh Cure le tb onl1 enltire cur known to tha medics fraternity IsrrhbclOK a cooitltutlonsl disease rr Ulres I iitltmlotul trtstmcnt Ilslli C Urrb Cure taken Internally scilg directly upon the blood- and mucous surfaces of the lyttnu tberebr de- Jlrorlnr tbe foundillun of the iseass and glrlD he strength bf building u the coDitltu tlon sod assisting nature In dolnllta work The ropdetora have o much faith In its curative powen the offer One hundred Dollars ror- In1 use that It falls to cure Send lor list of tti tlmonlla Address K J OHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold by druggiota 75c Hall F mll fills are the bed Sheriffs Sale for Taxes Qn Monday March 11 1902 letwoen the hours of 0 a m and 4 p tu1 at the court house door in Stanford Lln- coin county Ky I will oxposo to tho- blghest bidder for cash in hand to pay tbe State and county taxes for the years sbownoppoJttSlhe names the following roperty or so thereof as may be- neceSlary to pay said taxes This list will be published once a week for four weeks names will disappear as soon as Iho tax and cost are paid Cost of adrcr tielngIJ6O StanfordWhite- hrady James D N R 20 acres 88 10- Brummett Rebecca S acres 2 25- Oooley Mrs 8 II 10001 4 acres 6 11- 5Daugberty W L 43 acres 3 C- Dugbery J n N R CS acres 5 15- Ends If T 19001 43 acres B 00 ioroBD 1 town lot 3 G- OlIal1 Jefferson 19001 13 acres 4 0- 0Dlatt J J 1 town lot 8 05- lIocker Charles cold 15 acres 2 00 lolttclaw Alex 40 acre 21 11- 0Illouzela Mrs Lucy 37 acres 3 6I 20 acres 3 81 Ui 331MartinMartin W T 31 acres 2 15 Martin Jno 0 100 acres 7 10 Rains J W IS acres 2 05 Schoffer Widow 21 acres I 5- Vaugbt W wUacre 2 III StanfordColored lluckncr Scott Homo fc lot 4 01 Carr Anderson 3 houses Si lots 12 13 Christopher Albert H aero I 15 Cowan Qco 4 acres I 83 Good wolford 1 acre I GQ Hayden Tim 11110 2 11 Hlckman Munroe 20 a rcs II 00 Lackey wm house Idt 4 U Lackey win sr liCUse lot 1 60 Logan Jim 1 aero 21 Logan Jim 12ftoros 2 t7 Sandldge John 1 acre I IT Sandldgo John 4 acres 3 I 5 Simpson Ella 3 acres I 15 Sin Thos 47 acre 1 42 Stewart Harrison 10 acres 2 111 Stewart Jarno 2 acres 2 15 Wade Olddlo house lot 3 00 Crab Orchard White Mit Joseph 39 acres 1 03 Adams James 11 20 acres I O Adams Nannie l0 83 acre G 15 Drown Herbert 20 acre 2 os Delaney Mrs Kate 50 acres 1 60 Donncy Balllngcr SO acre 2 06 Donnof Joe SO acres 2 111 11111 lon Aniel 14 acres house lot 6 00 Dbbon Lewis 33 acres 3 SO Bchler Conrad eN R i30 acres 1 15 hMward T BNR 600 acres 17 16 Foley Hornett 83 acres la8 65 tliggonl heirs 40 acres 1 40 Iliitt Mn Ellen 05 acres 8 O rcjswine Julius 45 acres 2 7 Lcfevers John 100 acres 13 40 Middleton Mrs M E 106 acres dl 28 Robinson Richard K R 4 acres 3 15 Voters Thomas 76 acres 2 70 Rogers John 30 acres 1 95 Smith It A H acres 2 M Smith J 1 18 acre 1 SO Stephenson U T 155 acres 13 20 Thompson Richard 6 acres 1 U Grab Orchard Colored fcnson Jlcsloy 1 acre 1 90 lays Fred 0 acres 2 76 lustonvtleWhlio Aldrich Mrs E1 110 acres 28 30 Halley W M 2 acre 1 00 urton AJ 4 acres 3 on arpcntor George 40 acres 2 17 Isles E W 20 acre 1 lli Hooch Aden 160 acres 2 4S Eialey David 10 aorcs 2 UD leath George 1 lot 1 Pfj Itartln J G 76 sores 3 07 faxcr G B 18 acres 206 Miller August 75 acres 0- artln 6t John col 60 acre 2- ussell 70 Hteve 10 acres 2 00 Msler Mike M acres 4 45 latum G W Lis acre 0 09 tatum G W 22 naros 7 It Vaught Dudley 11 sores 0 00 inson John 80 acres 2 715 Williams John 800 acres S 4 ovum J D 43 aorei 2 70 1ocum J II 20 acres 2 12 Drown U1 170 sores 8 tS IcNVhorter J W 70 acres 242 aflries J F 40 agree 2 76- II ustonvilleColored- Dailey Charles 1 aero 2 a Blain John 1 let 210 Burton Dave 4 airoa E 4S apjn J W 1 lot SO cooper Dick 1 let 12- DAle Lewis I acres 91 Dudlo FIndley llet 2b csthridge Howard 2 acres 2 17 Dro William lilt I 00 irris George fiaires 8S1 arreU Don h acres fl 49 livens Anderson JP acres 3 2S ilmton henry GO acres 7 16 cCormactr Sam 3 Sara 2 71 cCtrmack Alfred 4aw B S 17 Meadows Jack 2 wife 011 Vowtnan Patton 2 sores 2 01- IUgoer Henry 6 acres fl 17 scle Charles E awes 2 1 i- Wayneskarg A JHit AJ tas arcs lilt lallardDA Matni 211 Ihuwn a n l ssrr I II- 1IIIIb H III aerva st 7- 1UrentOoo NIt Nacre r ruler Andy E aere 2 7- 1IurleaonJea If seres S ester Joseph itern 2 4- 1ryardJaeph r0aere a a- hamlereJim ICatresbal 2- ataereCUmr Will S MJ rye W P IT ores S tJ8 niDI Sm 1 Louse sad lot 2 M UOOCb D I 61 acres Ul 1 60- Ooocb H n GO acre 3 10 Ooorh J M 19 acres 460 UolOnJ W 15 aero 3 N 411nnItll00t J n 100 acres H as- Jeolanllg W M SO acres 2 2- 6IbnaonOii 30 acrtl 6 MreenKldel acre 2 10 Lelcb J U 87 acres lid 1 M- LN Thomu I acre 1 5- a5lullen 1 W U 212 acre 7 6- 7eloilen Omen 2Ucrea 13 92 Miller 1 R CO atre 2 M 1 Irrr Albert acre 2 a3 uchellJoba 41 acre 2 s McltlnnerJbn SO acres 230 leKlnne1 W It 12 sere 1 90 MrltlnnrJM S5aere 2 eOsereNolin R u 273 Okee Voter llfi acres 3S- KOwn l P urn 193 Ihllllpol Joel 117 awes Oq Irl Wll I bout amllot30 reir n 0 60 aye 2 n lerr1 F N 130 sere 116- llratllI W 0rfc 82 lteed J J to Ire Sal nuuell Duo II sera S 08 IIlml Upton 161 sere 4 00 tI1Dllewn W f 451cres K- SIngiehnWm acres 4 11- 0Sudduth 80 M aerea 213 Tumberllon Thomd l0Qacre 349 Wlera Ituey acres C 0o hymtnAL 116 urea 098- Any taxpayer holding receipt lor J001- and whoso name is wI- please call at my office on or before the day this sale bringing receipt Ind- mailersJ will be satisfactorily adjusted S M OWENS Sheriff IJI li LAPMll Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect hug service are wo believe those Competency quality courtoousness ami a fair profit policy Wo zlurdoavor to give all those tho fullest oxpIQSsionlWhile in 801110 things there is ne f varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not F Wo handle ono grade onlytllo highest yet our prices are opt to be lees than inferior are sold for L Pennys Drug Store Stanford Line ofdGroceries Hardware CliinawareQu- conswaro jg Tinware Glassware Etc t I Is now Complete The bust selected line be had is on Display GEORGE H FARRIS CO W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very ReaItsonable Prices OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 10000 This Institution was originally etabltth 4 M the olt hank of SUaford III 1HI then Teorraalied as the National tank of Stanford in IH1 and again reorganized al the Font National lank of Stanford In ISM having had practically an uninter rupted existence for II It It Letter supplied now with facllUle for tranlAtt- Inr butlaeM prenpUy and well than ever before In IU long honorable carver Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited IZ Ky Our that could and Surplus JtoUOIIFUTS lUuchman CARSON PENCE I DRALKHS LN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full mid complutu stock of above always hand and arc sold at prices that defy competition our elegant line ot Lap Robes r1on tTkeTills ia iIcurebowels but regular secured the secretes enough bile to the Intestines execute functions Unnat ural agltttlonlctused by cathartics compels ana to the eICENTS PER DOTTLE Sheriffs Notice All taxpayers of who have for 1001 to have their personal property on with In the next 20 can save yourself this mortification by paying your tuxes at once J HELL of County Iy COAL I have decided to at Rowland this and continue In the coal business I am bettor prepared than ever to coal and a portion of your aae I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L BHELTON Rowland Ky Agents Wanted Having been duly authorized appointed Columbia Publishing of Jlh as their I want several wen and women to asJ agents at a axed of 110 per Lock Box 0 Junction City I IF now Officers J 8 HOOKBK hJ Chr W II WEAKEN Dkpr Directors P ReM Oo B T Lincoln J8 hooker Lincoln Des XV I Walton Lincoln Oo J II OrtlUr Crab Orchard M I Maore Stanford 811 lUuRbmmn Stanford T P IIHI Stanford Jaa ItoWnran Hubble 111 Stanford W I Tate Stanford tho on See le I action make cannot be until liver their natural 91 doses attain results M I FIFTY Cauy county not expect levied Shorter Canny remain winter handle solicit patron and the General Agent salary month Address Prest Lincoln hark Oo 44 act I t A M BOURNE r + I Lancaster Ky Offers hIs services as uotoineer to tho people of Lincoln County Ho will plcateyou both in work andTprice Write to him J+ DISS LUTION NOTICE I llv mUtifct consent the Huston vlllo Roller Mills Co mposed of Willis Ilatchell and- O M Ltf ps will dlaoolTO partnership on March r 1002 Ilatchell rctirlnt from the bust w All turtles having clalmsagalas- auhi I m will pduase present them for aottitleront prior to that date persons ow log aid will settle by that date HU8TONVILLKROLLEBMILI 00 r 1