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I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t 4III r Ii VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 4 1902 3 P M NO 104 AVo call your attention to the Buffalo 011 Co which owns oil suit nnd mineral looses on lauds in Kentucky in tho counties of TnokSon Knox nnd t Lincoln nil of which is proven oil territory Our Jnckson county land is in an luulovoloped coal nnd oilregion and oil has been found in ninny placed in Jackson county This county is sit countyfich1Our Knox county lands nru situated in tho vicinity of tho great oil gushers lIIul the prolific oilregions of Knox county In this territortmuny n companies nro now operating and a great rush Is being made y Our Lincoln county land are in the oil and gas holt whore oil has been found in ninny ilnou8 but tho territory not developed A largo portion of this field is within tho 45th degree or tho Pennsylvania oil line and is north of the Wnyno county field and on tho lino between tho Wayne and Hath fields S countyfieldsour choicest territory It is the intention of tho Company to drill in each of tho three counties and for this purjKwo n limited amount of tho stock will oulrecnllthc1DANVILLE AND VICINITY havo told their cloth tag and Kent tarnishing business to Mr WS Centra Thomas Cunningham baa returned to Danville and will be auoclatcd with bit brother In In the publication of tho 7 Danville Courier 1 Watts to Trlbblo have taken postcs i sloe of the grocery and farming Imple went business recently purchaied of Holmes fc Bright- T N Roberta and John C Caldwell the gentlemen who compose tbo new dry goods firm aro opening their spring stock Mciiri Whcatly have moved their took to GrconvllloTenn and the new firm It occupying tbo building vacated by them Alfred A Ulgeini of Stanford Is rapidly coming to tbo front at a stu dent In Centre College Qo was olio 5012 elftorlan of the class day ollleers of the college which Ii a distinction much to bo prized Mr nigglni It aeo bull con manager of tbo Central Universi ty Cento J T Mock bought a car load of mules in Lebanon at 1100 and shipped them to Atlanta to bo put on the market Shelby Tevli of Shelby City sold four mules to W C Torhuno of Harrods burg at 1100 and eight to other parties at ISO The sale were raids at the ro suit of an advertisement In the INTHR loll JOURNAL nod Danville Advocate John Canter atlas John the Baptist Is preparing a challenge to be sent to Gov W O Bradley as the result of an artlulo from Uradloys pen In the Cln olnnall Knqulrer In which It was slat od that Cantor was lodged In the Lan caster Jail a number of years sine charged with carrying concealed dead ly weapons and threatening the life of old man lioudlnot of OarrArd The al leged damaged roan will propose to rya meet the exeovarnor In j let debate In the auditorium In Louisville The challenge will be sent this week v MATRIMONIAL Major Isaac Shelby annountes the r engagement of his daughter Mist Laura Blackburn Shelby to Mr Geo Ktngsland Fisher of St Louis Mo Advocate Clarence Shlpp recently aoqultted In the Marlon circuit court of killing Da vIIi Allen and Richard hoards wa married Saturday to his cousin who visited him almost dally during his In carceration Miss Cora Jones of Somerset Is the Kumlot Mrs P P Nunnelloy Interior Journal She will be Mrs Drown right under your note Ed be fore you catch on Somerset Journal Dont you believe It Wo were onto the game before the young lady arriv A ode When you wake up with a bad lute in your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chatnboralns Stomach and Liv er Tablets They wilt cleanse your atom acb Improve your appetite end make you feel like a new man They are easy tot take being eugar coated and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig Hockor drug gists fri The Liberty Dolt mining camp rn Smuggler Mountain near Tellurlde Col was destroyed by a aeries of snow- I lidos Some 30 or more people were i killed In the avalanche CHURCH MATTERS New York Dapllsts will raise 11000 000 to pay off all tholr churches debts Rev J T Drown suggests that not less than 1C boa wedding fee and 110 for a funeral service At the holiness camp meeting to be held In Lincoln Nob the Rev U O Morrison will be evangelist Rev W W Sloddard of Louisville has accepted the pastorate of tbo First Presbyterian church at Lebanon Tbo First Presbyterian church of Uarrodsburg has filed a claim against the government for 10000 damages done tho building during tho war when tbo building was utilized by the Union forces as a hoipltnj Evangelist George 0 Barnes has again changed his religious belief and fully accepts John Alexander Dowlool Chicago ns EliJah the Restorer George O appears to bo the Charley Dronston of the pulpit Paducah Dose ocrat There ls np white preacher living either In Shelby City or Junction City but not less than a half dozen black ones This Is the first time In years that both of those towns have been without a resident minister Courier The Rev Father Qlokey pastor of the Mill Creek church In Mason for 35 years Is seriously III and believing be will not get well has resigned and turned over all bis possessions amount Ing to about 10000 to Bishop Mae of Curt ngton It may not be known to many Ken luoklaes that the first ohuroh ever erected west of the Allegbenles was In Garrard county About three miles south of Lancaster on a curiously shaped moved or knoll are n few straggling stones that mark the site of what was known as the old Gilberts Creek meeting house RUBBLE John Rankin has returned from Wayne Dr fickle school continues to grow In number and Interest George Rankin raised some pot lambs that cat young chickens John Robinson sold some corn to G A Swlnebroad at 13 26 delivered We are glad to note moro now sub ofiloosLuther Underwood says that a hemp orop Is the only crop that be has found that suits him A M Lueo says the telephone com pany nee out his sluJo tree and ho cannot plow any this Summer John Underwood tnvs that stock powders sold at Hammonds Is a sure cure for a dog with distemper Dr lllcklos horse ran away a fow nights ago and demolished his buggy and hurt him and tbo horse some James MoICechnlo has taken a bunch of cattle of John Robinson to feed and graze for JQ for what bo puts on them Tollgatcs can bo put on all the roads about Rubble now as all the pikes that were sot freo have boon mashed below the Ravol and can not be used Wilson Alexander sold some bogs to O P Huffman at 51c Sidney Dunbar sold some shoats to G A Swlnobroad for Co S M Spoonamore sold 20 sheep to Carter for 150 All of our people aro 10 favor of rural free delivery now as not a single pike can be gone over from this place without danger of crippling unn and horse We are all In favor of a law forcing tbo postal clerks to give every man woman and child u letter who calls for ono t 15 Minutes T sufficient to give you most delicious tea biscuit using Royal Baking Powder as di rected A pure true leavenerk 1t1i BuffaloOil DuKy O MDAVISONLnw Sec Irons Directors J E Kvnms Pierre S D IL J Dnrst Rowland I J N M Davlson A B Florence anL IL MenofCOiO Stanford Ky county companies had few buyers at 810 per share while today this stock is worth 3000 por share This picture is not overdrawn ns they are facts known to exist- Kentucky bids fair to equal with hor oil fields those of Pennsylvania gettdCrab Orchard Elder J W Masters will preach at the Christian church on Saturday night and Sunday morning Rev J M Bruce failed to moot his regular appointment at the Baptist church on account of sickness- C T SandWge and his bride alter a quiet wedding at the Govor Hotel left for Hustonvlllo their future homo Information was received hereof the death of Mr Thomas Carton of Ton nessee No particulars have been learned Mite Llzzlo Boazloy entertained her Sunday school class Tuctdav night at her fathers residence by giving a can dy pulling J J Brooks bought a stock of drugs at Vanceburg and ho and his wife will Icavd for that place within a day or two Their friends regret to see them leave Crab Orchard Miss Bottle Higgles returned Sunday from a prolonged visit to friends In Somerset and other points Sbo was accompanied by Mrs Mattie higgins Mr Klttlo King wont to Louisville Monday to look after new Styles and purchase her Spring slock of millin cry The superintendent of the Sunday school of the Christian church here pasted a very high compliment upon the pupils last Sunday In thanking them for their good behavior ho said he would put them by the aide of any school In the State In the way of their good conduct at Sunday school While It was saying quite a good deal yet wo think It not undeserved for we do havo a welt behaved class of children and In view of the fact that these children even tbooo of larger growth aro soon to fill the planes of tbo older ones we hope they will continuo to cherish no bio aspirations and cultivate all the lovely graces that they may thereby develop Into grand characters of whom both tho ohuroh and the world will ono day be proud Sam McGee ono of our townsman has accepted a very pleasant and lucra live position with Colo it Co Louis tllle Mr nodMrs Dexter Ballot of Somerset aro visiting Mrs M E Fish and daughter After a very pleasant visit with W E Perkins and family Wallace Perkins leaves today for Colo rado where bo will rusticate for his health There was qui to an exodus of our citizens hero on Sunday The fam ilies of U Turnbull and Ellbu Well together with several others left for Oklahoma and Indian Territory It Is said that a number of others will soon follow At this rate old Crab Orchard will soon be depopulated Miss Suo Doth James of Stanford Is hero HAVING A RUN ON CHAMBER LAINS COUGU REMEDY Between the hours of 11 oclock A u sail closing time at night on Jan 25tb 1001 A K Clark druggist Glade Springs Va sod 12 bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ho says I never ban died a medicine that sold better or gave better satisfaction to my customers This remedy has been In general use In Vir ginia for many years and the people there ate all acquainted with its excellent qual ties Many of them have testified to the remarkable cures which It has effected When you need a good reliable medicine for a cough or cold or attack of the grip uso Chamberlains Cough Remedy and yousrecortelnto be morethan with the quick cure which It affords For sa e by Craig Hocker druggists A now transcontinental railway Is to be constructed with Eureka Cal as the PaciUo terminal The lino will connect In Idaho with tbo Great North ern and Northern Pacific Work will begin this Summer and 825000000 will bo spent Edward Houp aged 87 residing in Mercer county was found dead In his homo and his wife beaten Into uncon sciousness They bad 8160 of pension money In the house and were the vie time of robbery Geniuses are absentminded whereas common people aro only careless Incorporated LANCASTER Circuit court will convene next Mon dayRev Schleglc of Ohio preached Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church The town It being laid off in sections and a map prepared for the benefit of tbo water works contractors Tbo little daughter of Dr and Mrs Sandlln Is very ill of pneumonia Little May Mooro has been oulto sick Miss Alberta Anderson Is visiting her grand father at Richmond Clay Kauffman has been quite ill for a low weeksA branch In tho way of etenog raphy and bookkeeping will be added to the curriculum of tbo Garrard Grad edSchoolMrs A Anderson of Madison Is visiting Mrs Joo S Robinson Mies Alllo Arnold leaves this week to visit relatives In Nlcholasvlllo Robert Austin of tbo McCreary section died Saturday from a relapse of typhoid lover aged 46 Ho leaves two I brothers George and Ed Austin I Tho C W B M will hold Its month ly meeting on Wednesday afternoon at tbo Christian church This Is now one of tbo loading auxiliaries of that congregation Uon George T Farris who repre seats hls Senatorial district Is making himself one of the most efficient mem hers of the upper house of tbo General AssemblyThere be a biographical edition of the Lancaster Record this week In which the leading merchants and pro fasalooal men of the city will be prominently represented A C Rubinson It Son sold 303 bush els of wheat to W H Traylor of Lin coln nttl T S Elkin bought somo butcher stun from Victor Lear at 3o and a bunch of hoop from Fred Stone at ftic Mr John lol Logan and Miss Dove Harris left Monday for Cincinnati to purchase a Spring clock of millinery Mrs George M Patterson attended the executive meeting of tbo district W C T U held at Wllmara the latter part of tbo week A series of stercoptloan views were exhibited at the courthouse Monday evening illustrative of a lecture deliv ered by Rev Schlcgle of Ohio who traveled last summer through Europe the Holy Land and various portions of the Orient Tbo pictures wero realis tic and Interesting It Is reported that a prominent oltl zen of this plaoe who owns a tract ot Texas land near tho famous Beaumont oil fields has sunk wells and struck a gusher for which ho could even now got half a million His name will not bo divulged as ho Is eligible and some of tbo Lancaster holies might become absolutely Infatuated Miss Barbara Busby daughter of Mrs Mattie Salter Busby ot Williams burg but formerly of this place was married recently to Robert H Davis a prominent young dentist of Whltleyts capital Mrs Davis Is remembered here as a beautiful girl and the pie cures of the now couple appeared In Saturdays Courier Journal It Is believed as many as seven routes will bo established In Garrard and will make a very complete system of delivery A Mr Gulloy of the McCreary section has already been circulating a paper for the requisite 150 signers and It Is thought residents of other locali ties will forward this Important public movement This county owns about 125 miles of turnpike and has a right to tree rural dollvorv now TO PREVENT PNEUMONIA You have good reason to fear attacks of pneumonia when you havo a severe cold accompanied by pains in the chest or in the back between the shoulders Get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use as directed and It will prevct t the threatened attack Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for colds and la grippo we have yet to earn of a single case that line resulted In pneu monia which shows that this remedy Is a certain preventive of that dangerous dis ease For sale by Craig Hocker thug gists Tho right timo to invest is when a company first launches its stock on the market und you lire then getting in on tho ground floor und got nil tho ad vance of the stock The Buffalo Oil Co gives you tho ground floor I terntort j where fortunes arc now being made daily by sinking paying wells Our capital stock is 820OOU in shares of 81 each nonassessable nnd sold only at par Our capital stock is small nnd the shares are not sold for speculative purposes but for tho purpose of setting money to develop our property nnclisink wells and EVERY dollar spent in development und if we sue ceed our profits will not bo divided by long divisions ns would bo the case if centbelowA LIMITED AMOUNT of the stock is offered for sale nt 81 per share nonassessable If it is all taken before your money is received same will be returned to you Address ffiuffafo QifStanforcl 3fy P SIor tho standing and financial ability of tho officers reference is given to tho President of tho Lincoln County National Bank or First Na tional Bank of Stanford Kentucky rT d v O r= = = 4 =JJ U I DouglasFomolls Shoes I I t We have taken the agency for this p line of E ijfamous SHOES I 3Sj and 350 Shoe in point of style and lirquality that can be had anywhere Over a half million pairs sold in 1901 It i IT PAYS TO TRADE ATIGLOBEtMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing r Your money back It youre not satisfied Ji MILLER S HIRSDH Danville JWr 1 Q =I do 8 Handsome Oxfords In beauty nothing In footwear approach i IHhocs These ore dcsignod on artistic graceful and exquisitely modeled with tho hand I somest and most fashionable leathers and the 1- I most skillful fashion KIBO PATENT KID ioning Taw spiing stock received Come in and see what beau ties they are We show hero one of our many styles CMN5 KeGlttT Thos Rankin Ky Creation J Leather Louis XV eruct Reproduction of this Style Fall Oil Gas Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares S10 Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS President KyJKyFKyJMillsprlngg AnExquisite ISoleHeeLII reek Millsprings 0IOur territory Is situated only a quarter of a mile from tbo Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and in a line between it and the Parnell Wells fire miles to the south It Is on the river and pipe line and consists of 3M0 acre owned in fee simple hence 7 no rentals to pay Will sa 1 a limited amount of stock to aid in developing territory For Infornu t tlon prospectus ot stock address F fl Rankln Secy I CENTRAL OIL GAS miNING GO t Of Lexington KentuckyjII N Loud Pet An Sable Mlcb W II Clay VlccPres Lexington A P 1 Goodlng Jr Gen Mgr JLexlngtrn Ttoj K Kelly Sec Treas Our Holdings conitstjof about 50 JO acres in Wayne county Ky about one sad ono half miles from tbe great Sunnybroak field about 0000 acres in Lincoln county I Ky and GOO acres In Licking Valley In lUth county close up to Rsgland wham we j have two producing wells the average of tbo territory in that locality We have started to drill in all three counties end expect to strike oil In every well We are still acquiring very valuable lands in addition to those already secured and lying ia j close proximity to the greatest developments in the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will ba sold at 15 a than par value of times tlO each This stock will we confidently believe ba selllni for par In thirty days I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Itt Candidate for Railroad CommlMbntr to th U Olitrict rablftt to the will of tho democracY THIRTY YEARS OLD Thirty years ago today the INTEttlOR JOURNAL was launched upon the Lben j doubtful sea of journalism ao many attempts at starting papers la Staoford 3 having proven abortive But the fouod er Mr F J Campbell bullded wiseI than he knew and from an humble be f ginning the enterprise waxed stroog I and grow In fear and favor until oow It Is one of the most valuable oewspa pjr properties In the State with more subscribers wo daro say by double than any semiweekly In the State For over 25 years our brother labored day and night to bring the paper up tt to his high Ideal and how well he J succeeded we leave our patrons to de tilde Strong onto two years ago the i present editor and proprietor took charge and by Incessant labor he bas not only kept the patronage up to ItI former figure but has largely Increa I ed the subscription job printing aod advertising accounts thanks to an ap preclatlve and Indulgent publlo Thl I ty years Is a long time In the life of a newspaper as newspapers go many be t log here today and gone tomorrow but a the INTERIOR JOURNAL wasnt born to die and we hope and believe that It will bo more sXrongly Intrenched papular favor In 1032 than It Is tbls E good March day 10J2 Thanking all F who have In any wise contributed to t the success of the paper either by sul i atantlal or other aid wo promise reo i efforts In their behalf and ec 1tiroconsecration to our lifes work F TUB sheriff of Larue county has ad vertited the old Lincoln homestead tbe l birthplace of Abraham Lincoln to be r sold at public auction to tbe higher bidder to satiety a tax debt due tbe State against the property The prop r erty belongs to Eastern capitalists wbo purchased It years ago for the purpose 1ofconverting It Into a publlo park or establishing a home for aged and Inflri Union soldiers Quito recently a project was started to establish a home for old and disabled ex laves MR W P WALTON has sold the r Harrodabure Democrat to Editor Chat M Lewis of the Shelbyvlllo Sentinel I r who took charge yesterday Mr Wal tons renaoD for selling was tbat be wanted to give his entire time to bli Lexington Dally Democrat Mr Lew Is will run both of his papers and ware told will live In Harrodsburg Be Is a splendid newspaper man and we rareglad to get him closer to us 1 IT is sent from Washington tba Prince Henry and President Rooae velt enjoyed a horseback ride througl the suburbs of Washington while a e 1vererainstorm raged There is noth i log more enjoyable than riding horse 1 back in a winter rainstorm and 00 doubt Teddy and Henry wore greatly I envied by those who saw them bavin such a rattling good time 4ADISPATCH says that Gov Ourbln and staff are lost come t where In the South and are suppose t to be floodbound Possibly this model 1executtve whose chief claim to dlstloc pecuIII ere c GEOnrK W THURSTON a colored 1 Pullman car porter will receive 1475 r 000 from the estate of Mrs Eliza Jane Evansl white of New York Aa the average Pullman porter Is supposed to be a millionaire or nearly one Thurs r ton by this acquisition will be one of 1tbecountrys rich men J THEY see It differently The cor I dlallty of the reception of Prince Hon f ry In the United States Is received In In various moods The So tGermaov the Agrarians keep a cold but dignified silence while the Conservatives and others applaud tMAJ MICA J JENKINS declines to accept the sword which President Roosevelt was Invited to present soil which invitation was withdrawn by Lieut Gorr Tillman of South Caroll na Now the question Is whats going to be done with the word SURGEONS at John Hopkins Hosplt al Baltimore lifted a mans brain from Ita bed and extracted certain nerves that bad caused neuralgia The pa dent will recover What shall we ox I pect next of the daring and dexterous handlers of the knife IT almost seems Incredible that a member of President Jefferson Davis J Oiblnet still suvlvea The illness of his postmaster general John H Rea gun will In all probability soon make J him join bra oblet sad companions on the other aide I i r mlostrelsII was I Gov MoMiLLiN of Tennessee will retire from an honorable publlo life 23 years next January He began ID the State Legislature served a score of years in Congress and was twice cle ed RoveroorIto ita new office built for It and 1 I tor Cunningham promises even a betI rer paper when he gels things straltbt than be Is giving nowIW T Sharp has been appoint d postmaster at Jamestown The House at Frankfort passed t- McNutt Interurban Railroad bill By a vote of 54 to 12 the Senate for- man censured Senators McLaurln aDd TillmanCongressman Gilbert Is making aa effort for a publIc building at Law ranccburg The General Assembly reelect Mesara Richardson and Flnnell prlaon cammisstonora W A Cravens has been appoint postmaster at Craycraf Adair count vlca G J Hurt removed President Roosevelt has express his disapproval of the civil service PrQ vision of the bill creating a permane Census Bureau The House at Frankfort after a Hve ly fight voted down all amendmen tad passed the Brown substitute for the Wells School Book Rill The Fayette County Marching Club composed of 300 of the treat democrats In town and county la an assured fac- aye the Lexington Democrat la a nutshell the popular belief Is hat Tillman told only the truth about JoLaurln and McLaurln seems to uo lerstand ItPaducah Democrat The House passed the Hlckman sul tltute for the Wells school book bill by a vote of CO to 10 two democra otlng against It and two republican for It The Slate Senate by a party vote truck out the evidence In the ralnorlt eport of the Prisons Investigating Committee and adopted the majorlt sport Chances for legislation on the test ciao canal measure at this session of Congress are growing slimmer Tbe arty leaders favor an early adjourn sent because of this Falls Congrce tonal elections The Kentucky House by a vote of 66 to 20 passed the Hlckman School Book Bill which though It originated In lobe ienate has yet to pats that body aDd will find determined opposition wbei It cornea up for passage there Hon M F North moved a recousd ration of the vote requesting the ref jnatlon of Supt E H Doak of thi louses of Reform for alleged dlscou- rtav to him and tbo Legislature Tot lotion was unanimously adopted The River and Harbor bill has beet completed It carries a total aporoprla tloo of 800700000 of which 824000001 Is In cash and 130700000 is to conllnn log contracts available July 1 1003 Greeo river gets 6180000 the Cumber laod 8235000 the Tennessee 8650000 tbe Ohio 82025000 and the Mississippi 12250000 The bill providing for the irrlgatloc of public lands passed the Senate by a lanlmous vole Under the measure all money received from the sale of publIc lands In 16 Western States and Territories will be devoted to the recla matloo of arid lands by irrigation The S30ate also agreed to the conference report on the Philippine Tariff bill The Kentucky louse committee on avenue and Taxation struck out the ctlon placing a tar on the cash surrender values of life Insurance policies Iostead the tax on premiums will be Increased from 2 to 3 per cent The committee also reduced from 10 to 21- ceote a too the tax on coal mined by forolgo companies operating in Ken tuckV Senator McLaurln denounces as a- liar the man who asserts that he was rruptly induced to vote for the Paris treaty But ho has never been able to tlsfactorlly explain to the democrats of South Carolina the suddenness of bis nverslon In favor of the treaty aod- tbe simultaneous fact that be became tbe dispenser of republican spoils In- Statehis As between the two Till- mao Is more to be respected Whatever may be said of him he la not a traitor Dor a turncoat Lexington Democrat THIS AND THAT Icense was Issued this morning to- M E Reynolds aged 17 to marry Mlr8- Ople Goocb 14- Lconference of school superintend eola of the mountain counties is being held at Berea College E H Beazley bought fpr an eastern parLy at Richmond yesterday elibtf- arm horses at 860 to 800 It is estimated that the cost of Prince Beorys first four days entertainment 10 this country cost 8100000 Lhe Rev W L Noun in a sermon 10 Lexington denounced as a highway robbcr the man who commits suicide Jat his family may reap the benefits of his life Insurance Why dont you arbitrate your- feudll asked the Northern man Stranger replied tbo Kentuckian wbeD we get afeud started here there aln t no man dares to be arbitrator for- tbere aint no maa can decide the quee 1011 both waysChicago Post i IINEWS NOTES- I The president will go the Chrleston Exposition I The Bank of Elkhart Ill failed to open Its doors- PreparatloDIJ are being made to boro countyI will orcct a L d N net earnings for JaDuary show an Increase of 804735 CO Three lives wore teat la a flood 10 the Savannah River In Georgia County Judge Wm H Graham of Fleming la dead of consumption Heory Duka a McCracken couoty farmer fearing Insanity hanged him self John Wanamaker pays over 8100 a day for advertising his Pblladclph store Mrs Lizzie Elkln a butcher fell In her shop at Lexington and cut her throatA girl was married In Hlckman county Tenn to a 60yei farmerA reception was teodered Prince Henry by the city of Chicago last evening John L Powers charged with coo pllclty In the Goebel murder la said to be In Honduras Henry lanke was caught In a fly wheel In Louisville and his head was torn from his body Charles Broadway Route the famou8 blind merchant and philanthropist of New York Is dead George Lantrlp a well known Cbri tlan county farmer committed cubic 8 without known cause Tho Illinois Central railroad lIar ranglug to build a branch road from from Paducah to Cairo 111 Mrs C B Baker of Wallacetoi who was bitten by a rabid cat died from the effects of the blto The supreme court upheld the Ill nols State law Imposing a flue of SID 10 81000 for selling futures In the disaster to the British at Von donop 632 of Kitcheners soldiers were killed wounded or captured The round the world cruise of tbe Duko and Duchess of York cost tbe British government 8540000 The Hudson river has overflowed lis banks ut Albany suspending street car tragic and tying up the railways After a severe test by Illinois Ceo tral railroad officials tao railroad tele phone has been declared a success Six prisoners broke jail at Esstor Md and In attempting to rearrcs them Sheriff Thompson was killed Tom Short was found oc the roadsld near Jackson with his brains shot out tie believed that be killed himself The home of Nat Sapp a Maioi county farmer was blown away by a cyclone In the absence of all the faint ly A passenger train went through a trestle which had been washed out near Xetclla Ga four persons belnj tilledA at Hughesvllle Pennsyl ranla sneezed a cherry stone from hei lose and immediately experienced relief from pain which the had suffered for 20 years Marconi announces that he talked vltb his station by wireless telegraph 10 Cornwall for 2090 mile without au1 llfflculty This distance virtually ridges the Atlantic Louis Scbmltt of Portsmouth 0- aod Frank Tyree of Catlettsburg were Irowned In Big Sandy river near Ikevllle by the capsizing of the skiff In which they were riding Colder weather has bad the effect ol hocking the flood coming down the Oblo and the prospects are that tba sager line at Cincinnati will not be xceeded by more than two feet Because of the failure of the Ver illles Council to grant a franchise the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Corn toy has contracted to build Its Lex jgtonFrankfort line by way of George tOWD Senator Tillman was the orator of- tbe day at the celebration of the birth day of Robert Emmet In New York HlB speech was with reference to Qunkoylsm and a denunciation of logland The census bureau announces that all tho domestic animals In the United State have an estimated value of at least 13200000000 The total value of- all domestic animate on farms and ogee was 82081054115 against 82 18707613 in 1800 Those not on farms are estimated at 7 per cent Iowa leads- all the States In the total value of Ita restock while Texas ranks second Tbe number of horses Increased on farms except In the North Atlantic State8 Personal journalism said a dlstln Julabed editor at tbo Missouri press nventlon mutt be Indulged in to- meet the expectations of the communl ty It la the especial business of the couotry newspaper to record personal matters In the lives of the people who bScrlbo for the paper fur they are terested In everything Tom Dick- aDd Harry do and want to keep track of the personal doings of the Williams noses Smiths and so on If personals abould be discontinued subscribers would be displeased and many subscrip tloos would be discontinued T My suppers cold 1 He swore vim And then she made It hot for him aNe AeEll e t1 1 i1 peA aa 1 l Aata a e hi t e r e ea e e e e e e e y fl o- Ji t tNl K071V111NN 1HV11w i I r1 Grand Opening fl iff 1 i SATURDAY MARCH 8 7fi 1902i 1 s iI l THE GRAND r f will throw its doors open to the public Satur r lay March 8 1002 Wo Mill have on display t 1 a grand lino of Dry Goods Silk Waists 1I Skirts New Wash Fabrics Laces and Em iI broideries Hosiery Clothing Shoes Milli j i nary and in fact every article usually car = ried in a firstclass dry goods and furnishings 1store We invite you to call with your ti friends Wo are in Louisville Store stand r i S ae citcJSeB t f011O AM ti1 vN tL 1N 11 N1K a S it e ii riiVi i ri ti Vi Vi Ji i ittii N o o N o o v r I Surprise special Sale NO 3 At TilE RACKET s TORtIWatch this space every Tuesday anti Fridaj for bargains Moils Overcoats go nt S2I5 mid mens black cheviot writs go at 8225 All 85 8750 810 nml 815 suits nt half price Jeaus pants 15c Mens boots at 8125 mens plow phoea at 73c boys plow shoes nt C3c Ladica shoes to clow nt 30c ren8 ladies und misses rubbers loc Men I 82 5T hoes at J tic iirpcte and mattings very cheap MIDDLEBURG Green River Is clear of tae for tbe ONt time in 10 weeks Eggs are scarcer In this section at the present time than for yon Joshua the five year old son of Get Wesley bad the misfortune to loco tbo first joint of his right Index linger Saturday while assisting two elder brotb ere In sawing fire wood The roads are worse than they bavo baen in years In fat In many place In the piked aro veritable ruts and mud holes Certain sections of the Middle burg and Liberty pike are being treat ed to a much needed coat of gravel Jason Wesley returned from Clock nazi Friday whore bo bad been to buyI his spring goods James Godbev of Bethel Ridge spent Sunday wltb hli friends at this place E E Kelsey baa been sick Add Taylor tbo democrat lo committeeman Is sick It Is to be sincerely hoped that tbi Legislature will act on the reappor tlonmcnt bill within the next few day alloted them so that a call session will beaverted It now seems certain lbs Casey will be taken out of the Bloody Hth and put In the Fourth Aa noted in your last Issue C L Pruitt of Husioovlllc has bought or Jones Wheat the stock of goods of the defunct firm of G S Durham Si Co The stock was Invoiced last week and the new firm has opened tho doors for business While undecided Mr Pruitt will remain hero for a while al least BM MARCH The windy days of March have come When bate and skirts tty up byaumI And as mv feasting eyes expand I get them full of mud and sand And then I cuss the weather The seasons hourly come and go Sleet sunshine shower and snow And as I seek some safe retreat Mr bat blows tn the muddy street And then I chase the bat About the time I catch my dice1 My feet glide oer a sheet of ice And as I light bang t In the mud With a dull and slcknlng tbud I look aboutto see whos laughing Thus It is the whole month long It seems that everything goes wrong Aod so I live in fear and dread Ind feel that life hangs by a thread Hence I sayaway with March I R Leo Suter You will never wish to take another dOle of pills if you onto try Chamber lana Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in of cct They cleanse the ctomach and regulate the liver and bowels For sail by Craig A Hocker druggists 1 Jesse Walter sold to J O Bailey a- 5ray gelding for 105 We poiltlrely guarantee every article to be geld just Madvertisedhrtsg produce It Is at god n cub THE RACKET STORE Cheapest Store In Town Cahooc gingham brown tx ttoni blenched cotton percale nnllnil j kinds of linings go at 4 l2e Outingcloth 8 l2 nhniero teds llnnneN bed ticking table linen towfl bed tprcfldg Incr curtains lore et nt JIM titan rt 0 A flyer for Saturday nnd Jlontlav only mena fine hirt wrllt 75 go nt 25 edit i MURRAY McADAMS DANVILLE tfADING JEWELERS DANVILLE The largest and most complete stockJewelry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky We are also Graduate Opticians and can fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shop sat isfaction guaranteed We sell Gorhnm Silver p Watch Bargains I i iHaving an oversupply of Gold Filled Watches 20 nnd 25 year cases and also Solid Gold Ladies Watches I shall sell any of them j t j nndi l I W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Keeps on hand always the Purest Drugs and Medicines Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at Very Rea sonable Prices OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY I AOur Line oft r tales Hardware Chinaware Qneonsware Tinware Glassware Etc II Is now Complete Tho best selected lino that could bo had is now on Display GEORGE HARRIS A i coto I tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAn 1 1002 In tilling jour prescriptions we UBQ proporInya 1PERSONALS MR W n maoiNB lulck WllmoroJ 1 in tbo cltJLex Democrat a aMit M F ELKIN went to Owen budpceejI t MRS 0 T THOMSON of Fayette Is with her father Mr T M Penning too JONAS McKuNZiE 000 of Mt Vor I nona substantial merchants wu hero yesterday LKTCHER GRINSTEAD of Richmond I spent Sunday with his sister Mrs E 41 j hMissfrom KnoxTlllo to attend tbo burial of ClMRSfrom the cities where she bought lots of millinery Mns GUESIE PUIUIPS and ion Fred of Danville aro with Mrs Jobv k 13OwdcyJrMR DALLARD and family of Dtnvlllot were guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph Coffey Mits CLEO DROWN has returce from a month stay In Cincinnati buy fag millinery etcgt TUB faooy work club will moot with Mrs II J MclloberU at 2 Thursday afternoon MU8 I ATE MILLER Lied MUs Linda I Miller of Danville spent Saturday with Stanford friends l FRANK WATSON of tho East Rod Is beak from Indiana whore be has boon working for some Uno MR S U Coot bas moved lato tho residence on Logan Avenue recently K vacated by 08 Watts A PRETTY little daughter Saturday morning at tbo homo of Mr and Mrs W a Shanks MR A P IICNN and family are moving to their recently purchased home on Logan Avenue JUDGE AND MILS W Hv PETTUS of Somerset aro visiting their son W A Petlus In the West End ALFRED A UIOOINS of this place has been elected glftorltn of the sonic- olae of Central Unlrorsltv ASSISTANT OBNL NOR DOME the Cumborland Telephone and Tele graph Co U here on business U ARTHUR JONES was hero from Ilus tonrlllo Saturday smiling over tbo ar rival of a floe buy at his homo MR Joss JONES iris receipt of news of the serious limes of his brother John K Jones at St Joseph Mn SATURDAYS Courier Journal coo tamped tine pictures of County Clerk J A Doty and County Attorney J I 1 Hamilton popular Garrardltcs- MR K L CURISMAN of Wayne county pent several days with bis brotherinlaw J J Wright near Moreland lON W Flail has been transferred from Rowland to day telegrapher London James M SaufSey Is now holding down the night office at the latter place ot countytua will probably give an old fiddlers coo test at the opera house at an early date Falmouth Pendletonlan Nit W A CARSON does not vii Crab Orchard as frequently aa many of those who have once lived there It has been nearly two years since ho wu at the East End capital alIas burg tomorrow to assist his parent In tbo management of Hotel Belmont the most popular hostelry In tbo maUD tales Miss EMMA OWSLEY went to Galla tin Tcnm yesterday to be prcsint at the marriage Wednesday of Miss Alma v Lackey to Mr E Bright Wilson a Nashville attorney Miss Owsley will be maid of honor Miss JANE KAYE LYNE gave a pret ty luncheon yesterday at Larchmont In honor of Miss McRoberte of Stanford i and Mrs Ell Raber of Mexico Other were Mcadamcs Leo F Iluft kdmso James Qcadley Alfred Lombr pat Walton Matt Walton Lexing too Democrat TilE Danville New says It la likely that Judge R U Wllllauis of Mt Vernon will movo to Covlngton and open a law offlco This must boa mla 1 takeID tho first place tho judge HockI Wo hope you have been Incorrectly 1 formed Brer Llllard I LOCALS BUGGY barnees at Hlfrgjne McKIn t neye V i- L WANTED Ram at Co A B Flor taco 2t YOUR attention called to the Buf1 falo ad I GEORGE FERRILL Lard working old darkey died on Dix river Satur dayFAnNEItSStock what coal you need thJFOR rent or sale house vacated by E 0 Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this office MARCH came In like a mock little lamb but Sunday and yesterday were moro of the roaring lion variety of weather J CRENBlIAwwilll haveIta grand doclamatory contest at Alcorn Ope era House Hustonvllle on Friday night Marco h SALE Mrs Lena Salusky will sell at public auction pear Krlger on Saturday March 1C all of her household and kitchen furniture etc PRINCE HKNHY was In Lincoln coun ty fully 30 minutes Saturday night while ho didnt even stop at Lexington and Danville We are the stuff TUB IirvDeW1TrmALatAa E blp recommends Mr Ralph Bine the monologue entertainer who will appear at Walton Opera House In April T DEPUTY US MARSHAL COLEMAN- of Somerset was hero yesterday sum dntown April 7 before tbo Federal court YOUR attention Is Icd tbo ado vcrtlterocnt on our first page of tbo Fall Creek fodsome of the most famous Wayne county usher Cantoecourt Saturday kGem Helm was fined tS for jumping on a moving train Tom Evans 13 for drunkenness and ffi for lighting Salter M for lighting and Jim Mitche- li9for drunkenness MISS LOUISE avof Terra Haute actually split her side laugh ing and Is now confined to her bed Sbo must hero seen In this paper that Lan workde WE are sorry to loan from our county Mr Joseph J Brook of Crab Orchard who has bought a drug store Vancoburg We hope hell mak enough money In a low year and re turn to tbo bet county on earth J 0 MCW110Radvertise this tnonumar t our should COO sider of1t any of there are thinking of marking travel of tbelr friends The While bronze ts Indestructible and cheaper than marble or granite THIS oftlco Is headquarters for trot and Jack bills cards etc Up te da advertising wetter In that ciao cheaper than the cheapest Also there le butter medium than tbo INTERt JOURNAL to advertise your stallions and jacks In Write or call for prices FINE SAFETho Lincoln Couoly National Bank has received Its fine now safe which will prove a paulo to the wouldbe bank robbers It la a screw door Mosler weighs 5000 puce and Is big enough to bold securely c atthe money that will likely bo deposited In that popular banking boos THE noted temperance lecturer Hon who1sby al Prohibition Committee will deliver a lecture on Temperance at Walter s Opera House on Tuesday evening next beginst at to boar him- SUDDEN DEATH Botilo B tho monthsold daughter of Mr and M R L Albright of Rowland drop rotsdead wblo Its parents were bathing Saturday morning It was an unusually bright pretty child and iu sudden death almost crushes Its loving and mother It II not known w caused Ie demise The burial occurred In the family cemetery near Dr bead KENNEDY Willie Kennedy son of Mr and hire E D Kennedy died at his homo at McKlnnoy Sunday morn log after a short Illness of pneumonia aged 27 and was burled In the Huston villa Cemetery yesterday morning after services at 10 oclock at the Preaby le rlan church at that place by Rov W W Bruce Deceased was a splendid young man popular with everybody and his death Is the occasion of mucn regret It has been only a few short months since Mr nod Mrs Kennedy burled their sop Howard and It seem that they are having more than tbelr share of affliction They have much sympathy In tbelr trouble Willie Kennedy was not a stout man but bill friends wero not prepared for so sud den a demise as his was Several years ago bo united with the Presbyterian church and having lived an upright godly life we trust that he now basks In the sunshine of the Lord of Lords May those who weep soon realize that their loss U Willie eternal gain M ROOMS for rent over nigging do Mc KIDneys tore bUjlglII e first iuterIe of Mrs J D Brown of Cay She was about 70 years old and a moat excellent lady FRESH shipmentof Roasted Coffee Crackers Cakes Candles Fruits Etc i Open ICettlo New Orleans and Maple Syrups at Hlggln A McKinneys THE Warren T Chapter U D C will hold an Important meeting Frldayaff requested to come prepared to pay the 21Iton was hero today and paid to Mrs E pollnybortank Knights of Pythla This quick payment shone that the Endowment Rink fe all right DEAD Mrs Stolnegcr mother of Airs E Bremer died In LouUvlllo pen terday morning altar a short Illncsr Tho loss of husband and mother In lets than a month is Indeed bard on Mr Bremer who has the undivided sym palhy of the community True eighth district teachers assoct atlas will convene at Harrodsburg Fri ay morning April 10 and bo in ses until the afternoon of the follow adI resses e Prof M O Winfrey of this place and many prominent educators are down r talk All teachers are urged to bo present THE INTERIOR JOURNAL le alto greasy with ads of oil companies lId Stanford Is catching on to tho oil bo in We were mistaken In saying that Stun wallaIIa bunch dry boles and thou go In with a rush Somerset Journals Brer Campbell Is always right or wrong ono You can bet your boot on that FIDDLERS CONTEST During ibis dearth of entertainments Messrs E C Walton and J M Alvcrson have do aided to vary the monotony by giving an old fiddlers contest at Walton Op atera Rouse on Friday evening March ell Whllo young fiddlers will bu ad milled to conical they must play old fashioned tunes Prizes will be men tioned later Fiddlers desiring to on tar will write to the above firm at once all settles must bo In by the lthS OIINBWS FROM WAYNE The May field 011 Company developed a very heavy guest at a depth of 350 feet In the well on the Davis farm between Sllckford and Sunnybrook The drill Sunnyto1 by the strong flow of gas J W Thorn Loxofta heavy gas pressure at 250 feet The Homo 011 Company No3 at Parnoll Is down 600 feet and fe expected to come In at any hour The McConna shy Oil Company will begin Its No well on the Boll farm next week deC1RCtlIT COURT It took the fur only about 30 minutes to make its ver diet In the raps cues against Joo so Tom Leasure and the former got 10 an the latter 15 years This makes four moo who have gotten penitentiary len topes for assaulting Miss Salllo Crab tree John McCluro was given two year for attempted burglary Tbo grand jury will be In session again tomorrow and longer If it Is deemed necessary Moetof yesterday was taken up with Swloehroaxexecutor S legaors9t thltp AT CHAII ORCHARD afternoonhatBeazley Hotel at Crab Orchard shot dand dangerously wounded Joe A Shan non exmarshal of that town The trouble occurred In front of R W Wnlllns saloon on Stanford trecland the particulars as we learn are as fol lows Mr Bcazloy and one or more of the other trustees of the town wont to Mr Shannon and naked him about a deficit In his account as tax collector Tbo exofllccr rushed at Mr Bcazloy and about tbo time ho grasped him Mr Deazley shot him from his coat pocket the ball striking one of Mr Shannon limbs above tbo kneo break tug the bole As tbo latter tell Mr strlklDghimout of ble ithoulder The wounded man was taken homo where Dr Doores and other physicians examined him the former stating that be la not necessarl ly fatally wounded Mr Beazley silt rendered at once A month ago Mr Shannon and Mr Beazley bad come words when Shannon threatened to take Mr from his buggy and whip him but it was generally believed that the matter was dropped then and there HEADQUARTERS Buffalo 011 Co In INTERIOR JOURNAL building NEW stationery of latest styles just received at Craig k Hocker PRINCE HENRYS sipstopped at Klogsvlllo four minutes Poor Dan ville t WILL millet at35c per 100 pounds for a fox weeks to reduce stock J H Baugbman d Co bank report have been called for Those for this county will appear In our next issue GSteelearrived too late for this Issue but will appear Friday Laurelbroullbt DrrantJJimDlIIlsWolIald the colored womar Rotterqulgames too rouRbWul Iseton Star= MONUMENTSWhite sexIng the palace car Is to tho old itago coach It ItIndestructibleandxltleords and rohOnir place of jour loved ones e11earaoceoars investigate It J C McWhorter Agt ORAR ORCHARD KY PUBLIC SALE I1 On Thursday March 13 et publictier the entire stock of Hardware Farm Implements plows wagons harneu and everything uptdatet UrgglDbothbe made onethird cash and the balanco In six and twelve months with approved se with The good will of the lets firm will go this sale and It Is one of the vcr proseatcforI DOM In Central Kentucky The tale Is mad Ulgglnbotbamlatotvroom occupied by the builncai will also be rented at the tame time and place for a term of two years Sold storeroom will be appltoI the undersigned ui administrator of J H- Hlgglnbotham deceased O T IliaOINBOTIIAM Admr GLENBURNIEFOR farmJSanford Erwin It embraces 2614 acres and Is located on tho Danville and Stanford fromyon tho L a N railroad Tale farm is beautifully located splendidly watered and walnutdthe rest Is well set In blue grass There Is a good residence on this farm with ser Cants house carriage house lea house 3 barns and a large orchard The farm Is well fenced thus making It a most desirable homo For terms apply to Mrs L L Erwin Danville K- yBROWN Ii BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office In Masonic ldlt SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted Q Lenvc your Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Work marjshlp CRAIG HOCKER For Circuit Court j 11j BarbedWire 1 J StovesRanges J I Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every J JI a week Bring us your produce Phone orders tl given prompt attention and immediate delivery I hI JOHN BRIGHT JR COItiCorner Opera House Block sl ef8i1lt oS fIt flS S iri 1 fI to t0 ale 9C6 r I Spring Goods l 1 11 f Spring in all its beauty has not yet h firarrived but Spring Goods have ar tl 1 ot1rivcd and they are beauties We b JAlIII5 Look them over at your F- sf earliest opportunity a 4fw Inside of 10 days ve hope to have ij j Olir entire spring stock in and so arranged that we can easily show i i g them to our friends whether they care to buy or not We want youFto judge for yourself Terms cash 3a 8 j MCROBERTSp v14Ifib Dk k Fa giyks erAs 3a a CJ w1ra la yq t 018 S iffJ I 3Itoi 1fl i1 fJ w G tIf1 I roo 1 1 f 1 Special Values at the New StoretJ iOJ JLook at our upcolal values in Cc Hamburg lad lace i Look at our special values In lOc Hamburg Also wide margin wr1 J Prettiest lino of tine wash goods In Nainsook and Swiss Em r broideries ever shown In SlaDfordr1aour lines of long for underwear Wo have succeeded in Retting together the very best assortment f of real handsome Torchon lacea wo have ever shown to our trade j I j dMany new and pretty patterns In Val laces pettiecoats j Dont forget the place opposito the Myer house v- y THE FAIR DRY GOODS t J COMPANYn t I Miss T Miss D RaaeyWM SEVERANCE Prop Ii E em raaWe handle the lr Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co X Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle BuggiesM A iareIf you want the best buggy made i i I s come see our stock J Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY J CLOSING OUT Iljhayeadycrtisedpaper v J the goods I handle and whilo I am w ithigiF 4j f for the purchaser of this stock of goods yourV have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVI14LBJ j f III1 uT THE JNtRKIOR JOURNAL Xnltred n the potlofflce at Stanford at teonddas matt- ernbl3ahaTnSgpaaataSslda I Pt AT 1PER YEAR CASH t sr When not lopatdoaOO will beehtrtd J 2Ir I KNOXVillE DIVISION No 24 Train going North M tSSmNo2S II S SO am- No 25 a S South 12Mam- No 23 i 1261 pm For all Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 lTe Stanford at l55 s m 4 No SttriTti at Stanford l13m No 211faYN tiUnford t 230 p m ReAa JONES DENTISTStanford J Ky jwOfHceJover Higgles A McKlnneys Stol Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill JB McKINNEY Prop MoKixmey X9 Makeand keep constantly on hand theI beet of Flour Bran en Feed C Prlcea very reasonable tom grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miller FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY 1 Successors to T U Bright S Co hold on February S3 1002 a big JAOK 1 twill at which time 40odd Jacks will be J disposed of Nothing but arst class Jacks H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailorn STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Cal t k NEW LIVERY STABLE fit BWBU SSSHPrors JUNCTION CITY KY TintGlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men t Grain and Hay For Sale Mason Hotel SIR U D SIMPSON Pror Laucaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every lung first olass Porters meet all trains 89 ERILLEHADANVILLS Y Manufacturer o- fRICKTIB I And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland thl winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and a of your patronage I handle the boat trades of coal T L 811ELTON Rowland ICy Livery Outfit For Sale I with to sail my livery business at McKinney and will make the price right to the buyer Au having a good trade dont like the business Write or call for pnrtlc 1 ulnw JOHN COULTER McKlnney Ky DISSOLUTION NOTICE r mutual consent the Huitonvlllo Roller Mllf Co composed of Willis Hatchell and D M Llprn will dlwolvo partnership on March B OO Hatched retiring from the business All having claim aelnit said firm will pease present them for settlement prior to that date pen on ow ing arm will that date- HUSTONVILLEROLLER MILL 00 DR Ra GOLDSTEIN Zye Bpeclslbtjof Louis rule will be at StAsapli HotolStanforcT- Tuesday March 18 One day only Eye summed and glasses clSBtllcally aCJtuteil OBce hours 9 a m to 4 p m F Dont tie the top of your and rvo jars In IheoMfasli oncdway Heal them by tio iiowqnlck- nUolucly lure way by- n tIn cnmlnrof Iure I tellned lunulllne lifts hiIroor wolll applied otberIFKit 1 1 Ulroctlon witheach cake I Bold everywbera Made by STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage or wagon In 6rstc1alllltyle Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very littlemoney J II QUEER Stanford Ky A S PRICE Dentist Stanford Ky OMOYfr McBoberUDrug la the Owal Building J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STRI FORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable lUtes Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Ibone No M A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoineor to the peoplo of Lincoln County lIt will pleale both In work and price Write to him Blue Grass Nurseries SPICING OF 1M2 Fruit and ornamental trees vines asparagus small fruits and everything for orchard lawn and gardeu We have no scents but sell direct to planter- II F niLLENMEYEK Lexington Ky No Credit No Debts Success for all farmers after a years work I have the roads completed to every house for miles around making P IJrad ihaws grocery store at Turnorsvllle the union depot nil trains from 6 a m until S p m So your trains and brlngrour butter In any quantity and receive Uc cub bear In mind thoseor ISc In goods reins will lio run on the same principle all athortralns are run onyou must pay for onr ticket before board the train so tbe goods must be paid for before leaving he house Do not fall to watch from time to time on butter W I iIRADSIIAW Turnersvllle ICy J+ c+ tcGLMY UNDERTAKES EM BAWIER And Dealear In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSU- NDEILTA8ERrL ALSO naLU la FuruiturcMattingRageAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right IIANFORD KENTUCKY LANDSTOCKcnOPSETC W S McGuIro bought 13 hclfcra at 3o Six broke mules for sale J B Ow lev Stanford II FOR SALE50 owes and 60 lambs L L Doty StanfordCJudge Saulley bought of Dr C A Cox a harness Korea for 975 Three Polled Angus bull calves for sale J W Bauhinao Stanford it- Thomas Vancleave of Tennessee bought of Fox Lawson tiro jwks for 1500I B Foster sold to McAllister Bros 200 bales of timothy hayi at Ooc In Fayette on Maysvlllo pike Alex Pearson sold to J N Fester 310 acre for 135090 25 P P Nunnolley sold to Powell or Boyle his 06 aero arm near Perry vll for 81600 cash A J Bayden bought of J T Wl llama and Ben BuJson of Garrard 180 acres ot land at 853 FOR SALE0 jacks ready forsorrici 12 yearold work mules and two rresh cows I S Tevis Shelby City Ky Lutes Co bought of West End par ties a lot of shoats at 4o and sold to O P Huffman some butcher stuff at 3ii W O Torhuno bought at Beazley Stablo Saturday seven horses at 876 to 8100 and a number of mules ui 870 to 8110U J MoAlliter bought of A J Thompson the J E Carson farm in the East End for 87000 It contains 21 acresR B Wilkinson bought of Swift Co the wellknown packers two 120C pound beeves dressed and ready forth knife at io Col Ball Anderson has refused 840 ror a twoyear old filly by F Helde Solddusl and out of his floe brow naro by Ultlmus United States Senator Joseph W Bailey has bought of Smith Gentry part of tho Brook Curry farm adjoin lOR the Lexington fair ground paying ror It 18125 In Its summary of crop conditions fob February the weather bureau bulletin aye the outlook for Winter wheat II tot favorable In Kentucky Tennessee and Southern Indiana Florence Vowell sold to Brent liar istt of Stanford 160 acres of his farm routing the Stanford pike and Inoiud Ing the improvements at eGO per acre Buetonvlllo Cor Advocate Leo Riker sold his crop of 11000 iQunds of tobacco to Fleg Suther land of fiurgln at 8c the best prlco yet obtained In the market so far for an nllre cropBarrodsburg Demooral The Laurel County Fair will bo held tblll year on Aug 2728 and 29 J T 7llllams president W A Parsley vice president R M Jackson general tanager and E A Chilton secretary B G Fox bought of R E Goddard a jreeyearold stallion by Rex MoDoc aid Price 8300 Ball Bros of Vcr lilies have sold to Eastern parties ttelr mare Confidence by Chester Dare Price aliO Advocate Two Peroheron stallions Imported from England fought a duel to death on a fast stock train on the Union Pa- clfic One was killed and the car was smashed Into splinters The keepers In charge of the animals bad to climb italdo to escape tho hodfs and teeth of- tho infuriated animals Ono eeverod tho Jugular vein ot Its rival which bled to death At Fox Logan jack gala at Danville Friday Black Cloud owned bv- tho late B T Bush went to Thomas Itanklo for 8206 Capt Powell to It L Hubble for 1305 Took Rubble to Jeff Dunu for 8300 Prlnco Napoleon to B O Newell for 3hO Dlole Mooro 10Ham- ucl Harris for 8200 Sam Nichols to W M Cooper for 8350 and Jobn King to- Wm Kenney for 38b Consider yourWhats done you cant recall No use to pull the trigger Then try to stop tho ball The worst of women can forgive I tho best can not forgot IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Wm J Denman aged 70 Is dead Nloholasvllle atI Chief ot Police S A Ball of Mid dlcsboro Is dead i J M Harbison aged 30 Is dead In tho West End of Boyle Roy Hobert lon of Dr Phil lobar of Richmond Is dead aged 27 Pulliam St Button have bought tbo Job printing outfit of J A HendorsonI at Harrodsbure Tho Mlddleeboro tho leading bo tot ot tbo oxMagic City has cloned on account of a lack of patronage Bailey Roach aged CO and a proml nont citizen of Anderson county was killed by his horse fallloff with him J O Slier has been appointed palt master at Lot Whltloy county and O M Durham at Tamplco Adalr county William Minor ot Cincinnati Is In jail at Dinvlllo charged with shootl ut John Hopper manager of the Juno tlon City stave factory L E Bryant of Danville sold to J S Stearns fc Co of Michigan a valua blo timber right on 10000 acres of land In Whitley and adjoining counties for 8100000 While MM C H Biker of Wal laceton was stooping down to pick up some wood a ratlld cat bit her In tho taco Mrs Baker was taken to a mad stone and the stone adhered lbreo hours Rev E M Green of Danville has been appointed obaplalnlnchlnf of tho Kentucky division of the United Con federate Veterans with the rank of lieutenant colonel on the stall of MSJ Gen Poyntz W B Bryant a Pulaski acrobat shot and perhaps fatally wounded Avery Freeman Bryant claims tbat Freeman struck him over tho head wlLb a club and followed him saying bo would kill him J S McKlitrlcka residence on tho Stanford plko was broken Into durh tho owners absence Tbo thief mans id to create considerable disorder In his search of plunder but secured only ilx cents News- Subscriptions to tho amount of 818 WO havo boon received to the fund which Is being raised In order to tako idvantajjo of an offer of 825000 made to Central University recently by a graduate An equal amount must be railed by March 16 Capt Pat Slmms Is dead at Sprint laid of pneumonia Ho was born In iprlngOeld ago During lhe civil war ho enlisted with the Confederacy and served as a captain under loran with bravery and distinction la was a stanch democrat The most remarkable thing In Lho Jlo ot S A Ball Mlddlwboros ohlor- of police and connected with tho dc arttrent ever since the mushroom rile of the Magic City Is his manner of saving It Be died In bed and with Is boots off says the Louisville Times GOOD ADVICE The mol miserable beings In the world are thote suffering from Dyspepsia and Iver Complaint More cent or the people in Ihe United States are at Ictcd two diseases and their Coats such as Sour Stomach Sick Head Habitual Costiveness Ialpitatloi lIhlUnawloglbe Stomach Yelow and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth inning up Foo 1 after Eating Low pints etc Go to your druggist and gel bottle of August Flower for 76 cents Two doses will relieve YOU Try It Gel reens Special Almanac Pennys Drug Slore- T Tbo greatest bay In the world Is that of Bengal Measured In a straight line rrom the two looloslnt peninsulas ill- extent Is about 420000 square must 1100 ItFW AltO flM of lhls r will bfI ptnaed to INro atibffitiitluitootdrcailKl dlM that tri ce bit been able to rare III lUm u4 tUCUrrb Ililli Catarrh Curt U III caly salve euro known to the medtaU fraternity UrthMog a caniMlutteMl dtwse rrqulm a nMllutloail treatraml lUll Catarrb lire II- taken fatrrodly eilf dliwilr upon the Wool 1011 mueaui iurfin or the lyttem tbertbr Ilnnln t the foendstloa of thedlese rod giving tho itrtojth br the conitllu tlon sad Aulitlng nature in doing lit work The oprleton have 10 much faith In III curdle wen tber otter One Hundred Dollar for any 1 jihaAIfails to cure Send lor 11st of kr F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Hold lir Jails tmlli11iilln the lint n Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drugscryice are we believe these Competency quality courteousness and a lair profit policy We en deavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlytlle highest yet our prices are apt to be less thrall inferior arc sold for Pennys Drug Store f7JontTeke Pills Stanford Ky They temporarily cure constipation by agitating the I J0Cattainliver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and nter mlttlng Fevers and by going to the seat of tho trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE L R HUGHES Sec es TreaE C WJIL rON Hrcat N THE 1 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange And Title company IIINo 1Ilouso and lot in Stanford Ky line fivo rooms hull porch in the roar n good garden in n good noighlwrhood nUll close to chnrchoi nUll school This in n good IIOIIM for n email family Price 850 I No 2A moll funs of 07 acre about 5 miles from Stanford Homo lJOrchII Cut in six folds well fenced 20 noneI in cultivation one nero in fruit trees I rest in grate This was bought nt 1 Comtnissionors sale nt n bargain nnti club IKJ sold nt n bargain It is clost I to school nUll church and only 2J miles from Stanford Trice 833 poi acre Land adjoining sold for 8K nod 845 per aero This u n burgnin No 3IIouso nUll lot ill Stnnfortl HOUFO contains five rooms A good Ptablo and 5 acres of loud well fenced I This is one of the prettiest building loin in town there is room enough iu front for two other cottages or n two Story front could bo built to the oot I tugo and bo nmdo n beautiful homo This place will be sold cheap as tit owner must have money 000111Iroll ur or price reasonable No6 House and lot in Stanford louse has three rooran and trout porch A good garden and stable In good repair This p ace will be sold cheap No 7lIoueo and lot in Stanford KY One and ono tint story contains five looms A Rood garden smoke house and coil house Price only 1800 No8Small farm of about 80 acres 21 mile from Stanford on county road 26 acres in cultivation 7 In pasture 2 Rood ncbards and rest in timber Two iiiiall x ttagr good barn and other ontbmld lag Well watered and fencing fairly goOd This plato can be bought at your price M owner live In Indianapolis and jmoncyNo or22 acrrssJitmled four miles from Stanford on tho bust In the county Sixty acres in wheat ID trees In corn 5 acres In timothy 0 screen clover and 100 acres In tine blue graaa This farm Is cut In six fields well fenced well watered never railing well and prlng beside two good ponds Two Iwclllnct l barn and other outbulld am fronts pike for thrc quarters ofa ullf both dwellings being on pike Plenty or fruit trees and enough timber to make atleuL 6000 pouts This Is a splendid blue grass farj end only 20 minutes hive front the county seat The owner of a fine farm adjoining thU hat recently refuted tlo per aero his place Wo Her tbU place for 137 50 per sere No 10 Cottsgfl on Main street Stan towDihavIngbAck porch In repair a oue for n small family property net the owner over 11800 we My stock of winter goods is now on the at Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1838 then as the National Hank of again as the First tank of Stanford In 1882 having had an uolntcr existence for f3 yean It is better now uiiJcs for transacting usines promptly and well than ever before In Its long career of Individuals for 11150 So l12O ac es land with neces frlarlmrlQemcns I mile from Stanford Dwelling hs rooms veranda hall and parch Large barn smokehomo etc Well watered and fenced end building yin t good repair Price reasonable No 12A dwelling of six rooms hall and porch necessary outbuilding and JI f garden a large storeroom 25xH ft lower room suppledwith counters shelves etc in Ing and storeroom also cistern and well Small lot back of store One foodrepllr i and store over 200 or will rent or sell separatelyl t No 13230 acre farm t mile of Crab Orchard Ky Orlo dwelling of eight a4 rooms two tenant houses two barns well and spring near dwelling Farm In high elate of ISO acres river lint tom land good fencing fruit etc Price 13750 aero No t100 acres of land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite famous Hprlngs All In graM no Improvements except large tock barn an stock water Prettiest building site in town Price 13000 No 16A nice cottage and lot on tan castor Ave Stanford Kv Senn room Rood cistern etc 11600 will soil 11000No 400 Kcrcs of land in Iadlton Co Kr t mile south of Hlchmond and- Bmllrsof Kigston lying between lug 11llonlfinest cave springs in Kentucky In tho yard This Is the heel stock farm In the county for the money Price 120 acre No 50A of 160 acres situatedinear Ky Slat tlvatlon SO In Umber rest in well watered two good barns and other out building all in good repair The dwell + tog In comparatively new Is In 300 yards of three school aatolTce and C 8 The property plies on pike and county and Is the most dutiable farm la that section of the county We will sell the whole for 12400 or In pare li of not lest than 30 acres to suit This is certainly a cheap property No 53 Farm of 76 acres near Way nea burr Ky Dwelling g Kxl barn etc Well watered fencing and buildings In rood repair Productive limestone land e In rood neighborhood close to school nd on good rod lrlce70- 0Net brm otaro sere In Uomla meaty rbn feoj ilwHIlBti S good bred tbfr out MMIn Mfc heN bare ttr abmil the meter r 100 awe All en eanlT real S stile from hurth Hhfwl led pMloAe Lirs vets and will tetrad This U a 4bNrom km acid world tit lw e Sr tarn JmUIn that might Wilt M ClI- DIrhlu DtUbtotbood lssNG IUA turn M IN am la meaty Kr1 oao4B hUt ry dvrilUc with ill routai Ihen and ethic utUIMIift Wilf sera In w1Uts1tea 4S tut la tree Mr I rya weH a ey nod alis clredn 1414 FHM only MM- Wo have n buyer for n 250 or 800 aero farm eUuntod from one to miles from town Mm n buyer Ilhreo 100 ncroa eittmted from one tn four hides from town tllorI without lIt A CLEARANCE SALE I market 1 This will include Overcoats null Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes and other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heros an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugars 1 Arbucklen Coffee JOelo icUill trade only This sale is for cash No goods charged at these prices so dont ask it Sale begins ontThursday January 10th the chares 13XHUSTONVILLE KY First National Banks Institution reorganized and reorgantied National practically ruptei supplied with honorable Accounts Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited 1850 cultivation Cost rfknown farm Klogtvllle grass with depot farm purchaser nuontMs 1fIlpron COST Smcoim Officers r J 8 IIOOKKU Prost J J MoUOnEKTS dir W IL WEAKEN Bk- prDirectors F Held Lincoln Co S T Harris Lincoln Oo J B Hooker Lincoln Co W P Walton Lincoln Co J II Collier Crab Orchard II Ik Elmore Stanford S U lIaugbman i Stanford- T P Illl Stanford Jas Ilobluion Hubble J II Ilauphraan Stanford W P Tate Stanford j CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN i Carriages Buggies Phae V J- I tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness IFul1 and complete stock of the above always on hand and lare sold at prices that defy ompotitionj l I See Our elegant line bt Lap Robes I