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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL rj VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 719023 P M NO 10- 5J1t 1LETTER FROM KANSAS t BELL PLAINS KANSAS Mar 4 1Tbloklnjl hat probably a letter from r Western country would Intorcii the reader of tbe 1 J Rod knowing wall that ooo can only describe It as tho has teen It I toad U ID trusting that It will prove Interesting enough to bo published These Western people aro progres sive and It IB quite comical to see how i Important they feel If a person fools that bo or the U called upon to enlighten this Ignorant world with a DOWtlldeatt would take but a few days to give the publlo so many Idea that It would take tbo rest of ones life to digest them There aro no classes In this country every ono Is on an equal looting When I first camo out tbo Impression made on me I must confess was not pleasant and ooo could not help but conttast It with our Kentucky CUlt toms but now I am adopting their ways and customs Tbcro is something fali 1elosting In living In Kansas every one bore has some lie some circle or olub or society In which they dliouis topic of Interest or Importance and strive more or less seriously to recognize their relation to serious questions All the way from the top to tho bottom of Iour vastsoclal structure In tbo life of wage earner In that of the capital lit or the mechanic ono footing alone Is held 1Theirschool system Is excellent not can bo said In praise of It They hays a corps of floe teachers and k on their school ground thoy have a gymnasium and library and each child Il1ceptln touch with tbo wbolo of the world I heard one Western woman sty Think bow tbo Eastern people would laugh or sneer at us If wo did 1 not have lecturers come out here at great expense and educate us ItStili they use a great deal of slang mod pro nounco their word very flat I dont think I bays beard any one use Mr thoy are always called by their last name as Drown did so and so I took a trip to Wellington shopping and while walking along the streets passed a church on the door was print ed In largo letters Tbo Gates of Heaven and right underneath In tbo pastors writing Go Hound tbe Other Way but I dont for one minute pro l sumo that those Western people go to Heaven that way A party wont from hero to an Indian encampment down In the territory We passed n ranch on which there were 1200 cattle Tbo cow boys had their tents and one of them named hadrdie It was marvelous to sou how be bald on while the horses were pilID jt ing There were aide laying all over tbe ranch dead They had been killed In u stampede so wo were told Wo resumed our journey and came to tbe Indians Thorn wore Ove camps They bad about 10 burros and bad them loaded with saok of bread It was made of corn meal and In little round pleool abOut the size of a little and i just II hard They unloaded their sacks and made a eemlolroln of thorn about as high as a man In this boy built a roaring camp tire Our party took them candy presents and got tbom In aQood humor then thoy sang and danced and some of them beat tin pans Tboy wore all In war pilot and J buckskin clothes covered with long fringe n bow and arrow on their back and beaver tails planted In their hair Their war danco they danced back ward and forward and yelped just like n dOIIt almost frightened mo to death thinking every minute I would lose my scalp but they were very friendly ono of them took a feather out of his bat and gave It to ino Till tho tall feather of an eaglebrown and white Tbo chief gave mo an earring TIs either gold or brass as largo as a dollar and all carved Tboy bad silk handkerchiefs moccasins and pottery for sale Tboy expected to leavo for Colorado In a few days Then we journeyed homo much wiser than wo started and realized that Homo Sweet Home was written by a lifelong wanderer who never bad one MRS M G STEELE J1 r 1IOtL Baking Powder 1Most healthful leavener in the world Goes farther t hYAL SAxma rowtt ea MW vewc MT VERNON Wednesdays snow showed up 14 Inc tee In depth hero and 18 at Brush Creek Fred Smith only son of Postmaster W D Smith died Thursday morning of membraneous croup L D Sampson of tho Barbourvtllo News has aunt us a copy of his very complete outline map of Knox county showing the oil fields and Itt wells al ready put down Writs him Tbo new county ofllcers are discharg ing their duties In a satisfactory manner to the people All Infringement on the law Is being carefully looked af ter and prosoouted without fear or fa vor Some changes are being mado In tbo courthouse A partition Is being run in the grand jury room which will be used for county judgo and attorneys ollloes The old county judges office will bo used for grand jury purposes Two of the Mulllns boys of this place and u young fellow named Darnel engaged In a scrap on tho streets last week No personal Injury resulted though Grant Daker lost a MO plato glass by a stone striking It during tbo melee In tbo trial before Judge Lewis tbo Mulllns wore fined CIO and costs and Barnes ono Gent and fixtures S C Franklin is laid up with some thing like grip K S Albright of the Signal has been notified that ho Is ape pointed a delegate to tho National Edl torlal Association meeting which oo ours at Little Rook In April While at Lancaster some 10 days ago wo bad tbo pleasure of again meeting our old friend the veteran printer Frank J White In the ofllco where Louis Lan dram claims to be boss Tbo captain had Utoly recovered from a severe spell of sickness and was as proud lobe able to lOt up to tbo office and bo with tho boys as a youngster would bo when presented with a pony saddle and bridle Long may his good health con tinueJudge MoClurc wboao health has been bad for the past two years is In a very feeble condition James Houk Sr Is no better Mr Qnuk Is ono of our oldest citizens And has hold cv ery county odloe be ever asked for all dntles of which be faithfully discharg ed He Is the grand father of tbo edi tor of the Signal Jones Fish was over from Wlldle looking after his carpen ter work on his recently purchased store house near the court house and bis dwelling In tho suburbs Mr Fish Is A man whom our people welcome Messrs Joccpb Evans and Jame Trib ble of Madison are visiting friends at OrlandoMt Telephone Bxehaaga oa March lit Installed A new switchboard and Its patrons are complimenting the Improved sarvloe Many new phones have been added All arrangement have been made for putting In an ox change at Livingston which will bo done as soon as weather permit for setting pole and stringing wires then any subscriber In tho county can use their phono to any other subscribers phone In the oounty without extra charge beyond rental This work is dono by the Independent people at low living rates not as by the old monopoly at cut throat rates to be raised niter competition Is killed Judge H G Williams whom every ono favoring law and justice In tbo ad ministration of county affairs believes to have discharged the duties to a bet tar advantage for the countys Interests than any other county judge for many years has decided to locate In Coving ton for the practice of his profession where ho expects to find n wider field for his excellent talents He left on Tuesdays train for that place where his host of Rockcastto friends have no other belief than that ho will not only succeed In his work but ba found at the top of the profession at no distant day If application work and good bard common sense counts for any thing and it always has Uncle Ashley Owens who recently returned from a visit to relatives In Missouri mot with a big reception by his Livingston friends his homo They met him at tbo train and escorted him and his vonorablo wife to their home stead Relatives and friends were on hand with a band of musicians and a general good tmo was had Mr Ow ens Is ono of the old pioneers and had considerable to do with the diversion of tho route of the L N via Mt Vernon from Its projected route thro the county The origin and cheapest line surveyed was to leave the present Ilco halt mile South of Maretsburg go down East Fork Skaggs Creek thence on to London Livingston and Mt Vernon owo much to Undo Ashley W B Lynch of Darlington Ind Is visiting Dr A E Ewore this place A professor from Danvlllo will be hero within a few days to finish the term at Collegiate Institute In place of Dr Ewers who has been sick for several weeks Mrs Dr Ewers who has been suffering from a fall Is much Improved Miss Ella Joplin who has madoa spice did record as substitute teacher In Col Icglato Institute will bo retained to end of term CO Edwards and wife J D Poanlngton nod two others of Jackson county loft horn Thursday morning for Silicas Idaho where they have arranged to make their future homo Clarence Ferguson a boy who has been working at tbo depot hero for the past 16 months In the study of telegraphy and railroading has bcon assigned to tho night olllce at London KINGSVILLE Rumor Is rife of another marriage to tako place ero spring la really here It has been blowing snowing role log and again blowing since tbo advent of March A Nebraska land buyer was here a fow days since looking out a location with a climate iliablo to his health Be left for Georgia Tboprlocos train stopped over five minutes Sunday morning but on ac count of lent the Sabbath etc there was oo demonstration on tbo part of our citizens Rural free delivery Is still a matter of discussion A prominent lawyer of Stanford Is making an effort toward es tablishing a route or routes In this sec tion of tbe county Frank Petty of Grant county Is visiting Clarence Dunn Wallace Walter Is III and C G Baker Is his substitute at G A Walters store J E Crclgh too was on a brief visit to bis dome folks hero Miss Annie McKee spent last week with the family of Dr DarveyGlais of Somerset Born to Mr and Mrs Milton Warren a son Mrs Bettie Row land quite aged Is very III of dropsy James Houpe Is sick The Cincinnati Southern has Insti tuted a temporary office at Bowen Op erator Crolgbton Is working days and Mr Vallandlngbam of Lexington Is holding down the night ofllee Talk of a depot being built there Ooo of Mrs W R Cundift little gold fish died the other day and anoth er Is quite sick so sbo wants a fish doctor or a piscatorial physician Im ported and your correspondent wants a piano tuner and the town wants a dress maker Tbo report that Meredith Francis hat tho smallpox Is false Mr Fran ole Indisposition proved to be nothing more than a severe headache from which ho has doubtless recovered Dr J W Aotond smallpox patient has been removed to Lexington and tho community breathes easier The pa tient In question was a Negro employed on railway work which Is In progress south of the depo- tRosolutlons of Respect Hall of Dsrrlok Warner Lodge No GOl Free and Accepted Masons Preach rsvllle Ky March 1st IDa WHKUKAS the Grand Architect of the universe saw fit In his wisdom to remove from us by death on Feb 27th 1002 our dear beloved brother Flora uel Cummins who was born In Rook castle coonty May 30 J813 located In Lincoln county In 1848 was mado a Mason May 20 1853 In Proachersvllle Lodge No 313 afterward Derrick Warner Lodge No 601 professed faith In Christ and became a member of Beu lab church at Preucbcrsvlllo In 1801 Resolved 1st In the death of Bro Cummins tho fraternity loses a true Mason the church a consistent mem ber and the State and community an honorable and upright citizen 2nd That we mourn the loss of our brother who will be sadly misted and that this lodge wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days also that these resolutions be spread on the minutes ol his lodge and a copy bo sent to the widow and the Masonic Home Journal the INTERIOR JOURNAL and Lincoln Democrat for publication iJCora W B RAOAN W H MILLER Seoy For all pulmonary troubles BALLAHD HOUKHOUND SYRUP taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It is equally effective in croup and whoop log cough and if used in season prevents the further development of consumption Trice 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store The man who thinks himself most wise Finds solfestccm laid low When his smallboy attention calls To things hed like to know Are you tick f It so investigate the merits ol UERUINE It is a concentrated medicine the dote is small yet it quickly produces the most gratifying results digestion improves the lips and cheeks lose their pallor the eye becomes bright and the step elastic Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store A pontifical tiara In gold valued at 40000 is to be tho jubilee gift of the English Cathollcato Pope Leo XIII Over onotblrd of tbo manufactured goods which aro made in France are the products of female labor LANCASTER T W Reid Is III at his borne on Richmond Avenue For the third time this winter the town clock was Mlmiced ftfeilneiday by a coating of sleet Rev A T Woolford of Louisville will fill tbo pulpit next Sunday morn lag at tbe Fork church Somo ono who meuaurodreported tbo snow 14 Inches deep on a level and over three feet In tbo highest drifts Tbo Christian Endeavor proposes to establish branch societies at Hubble McCreary Pleasant Grove and other country churches A telephone wire overburdened with sleet fell Wednesday at tbe depot and broke the headlight and smokestack of an englno which ran Into It Judge J S Robinson has been oboe en as one of tbe trustees of the Garrard Graded School to fill tbe vacancy caue od by the death of J M Hlgglnboth amMisses Eliza and Jane Luck and brother Wm J Luck have sold their farm In tbo Paint Lick vicinity to Jno Williams The tract contained 120 acres and soldat 127 James A Tate a prominent prohi bltlonlet and Tennessee orator will de liver two temperance lectures at the Christian church hero Wednesday 12th at 330 and 730 p M The euloglum pronounced upon Oar rards prominent citizen Senator Far rls In tho columns of the Courier Jour nal Is highly gratifying oat only to his fellow townsmen but to his whole con stltueocy Miss Bctbcnla McChord of Rich mood Is the guest of Miss Florence Burnsldo Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick is visiting Miss Eliza Rucker Little Christine Sandlln Is convalescentThomas sold a horse to Alex Miller for 875 Dr Elijah Evans also sold one to same party for e60 Wm Land sold a bunch of bogs to T S El kin at 5c Henry Cox sold some beet cattle to same at 3ic Tbo graduating claw of the Garrard Graded School contains 10 members and aro as follows Misses Bessie nat- Ion Cora Ward Mario Joseph Willie Belle Burnslde Ethel Wet and Mar shall Denny O T Wallace Jr Lewis Gill Charlie West and Victor Stone The latest fad with the artistic nee die workers of the town Is a new and complicated stitch termed It Mount Mclllok Embroidery A class of 8 or 10 now outline Intricate designs and among the number aro Mesdames Har riot A Price W A Price J F Rob inson S C Denny M D Duncan and Misses Mary and Helen Gill Attorney R L Davidson Is quite 111 at the Mason Hotel and his physician fears a development of pneumonia Mrs Thomas Stone Is reported 111 at her homo In tho suburbs Wm George Is also sink Miss Lily Noel loft Thurs day for tho eastern cities to purchase her spring stock of millinery Mrs E L Poor and little grandson Robinson Cook aro visiting relatives In LouTs villa Mrs Mary E Rose of Louisville wife of Capt J W Rose of the L N died Tuesday morning at her home in that city of complication of troubles and the interment took place In Cavo Hill Cemetery Wednesday Mrs ROJQ was a native and resident for many years of this place and a daughter of the late Mrs Eliza McKee Smith She was a most estimable Christian woman a devoted wife and mother and leaves a husband five sons ono little daughter two brothers and ono slater Mrs Gco n Hardln of Covtngton She had reached nor 64tb year and leaves many friends and relatives who deeply mourn their great bereavement No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from piles unless they aro so afflicted TAIILKRS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is a quick safe and painless cure Price 60 cents in bottles Tubes 76 cents Pennys Drug Store L N Brakeman John C Murray made a misstep In alighting from his train at Brooks Station fell on the track and his head was completely severed Couldnt help getting a cold never cures it but carrying home a bottle ol HAL LanDs IIoKsiioUND SYRUP and using It as directed will cure tho worst kind of cough or cold Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store Emperor William has caused a denial to bo mado of tbo report that bo con sidered the message of Miss Roosevelt on the launching of the Meteor too In formal He described the cablegram as charming When have earache saturate a place oi cotton with RAILABDH SNOW LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will stop tbe pain quickly Price 23 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store At Norfolk Yd l mingpigeons that cost the government IS each were sold for 830 r =t f h 4 lio 1r IJ 1 1 DouglasF ltlOlIs Shoes I t11 E iti We have taken the agency for j famous line of thisI t MENS AND JOYS1 j and arc prepared to give you the host 3 a i jJand 350 Shoe in point of style and Ii1 quality that can be had anywhere Over 0 j one and a half million pairs sold in 1901 ItI j PAYS TO TRADE AT 1 rifIT GLOBE I Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing end Repairing r m Your money back It youre not satisfied 11J MILLER HfflSCH Danville J 1 i = oO = v Eov t 1AtivIAA vr ti t New Styles in j i Spring Clothing Jl Latest Patterns and Newest CutsSuits to Suit Everybody Come in and look over our stock whether you r want to buy or not It costs nothing to look we arc glad to show you No clothing fits like ours See the pretty rely suits in our windo- wsCumminsI a McClary 1 iI r Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug service are we believe these Competency quality t courteousness and n fair profit policy We inIf louver to give all these the fullest expression f While in some things there islcgitimato need of J varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not I Vc handle one grade onlythe highest yet our prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold for i t Pennys Drug Store 11Kyt Fall Creek MiIspringsGas Co Tt Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non iT Assessable Territory 3596 Acres t OFFICERS Thos Bankin President Rankin Ky J B LanierVlcePresMIHsprings Ky F M Rankin Sec Treas Itanklu Ky J D EadlGon1 Mgr Millspringi Ky Our territory Is situated only a quarter I a mile from the Rousseau or Morris Evans Welt and in a line between it and the Parnell Wells five miles jlconeletslion prospectus or stock address F flit Rankin Secy Jr CENTRAL OIL GAS mINING CO l Of Lexington Kentucky 1h 11Honehalf miles from the great Sunnybrook field about 0000 acres county Ky and COO acres In Licking Valley la Bath county close up to Ragland where we f have two producing wells the average of the territory in that locality We haveJ i started to drill in all throo counties and expect to strike oil In every well We are + I still acquiring very valuable lands in addition to those already secured and lying in 1 close proximity to the greatest developments in the state A limited amount of the I treasury stock will be sold at 5 a share par vlue of shares 810 each This stock will we confidently believe ba selling for par In thirty days f f INTERIOR JOURNAL ITHEI E C WALTON W P WALTON r ri t Candidate fur Railroad Oomralwloner rr t District subject to the will ottbe democricr fUf THERE la pending before Congress a bill providing for tbo recall and de struction of all greenbacks trCa8ury 4 notes of 85 and under and the issue In same amount and denominations of j Is called post check money It 1 1tbeproposed that the new notes shall bet similar In design with the It notes with the addition of spaces on which any citizen can u write In the name of any person to l whom he desires to send the bill and thereupon It becomes a check on the United States treasury payable only to the person named in the space provid ed On presentation of the note at any poetofOce or subtreasury the check note is honored by the delivery of an other post check note to the payee and that In turn passes as currency the note presented being destroyed The advantage claimed for the post chesk currency is that it can be sent through the malls without danger of loss and without the expense of purchasing a poetal order or registering a letter and the revenue derived by the affixing of the postage stamp would be larger than is now derived from the sale of postal money orders the expense of which system is very great THE Lexington Democrat thus pit eouely watts One by one the roses fade drop by drop the well runs dry Hope that has sprung eternal in the Lexington breast has been dashed to the earth and there Is no help In us I The Senate refused yesterday to ad vance the capital removal bill to itsI third reading and It Is now as dead as a door nail Senator Allen made a fight for the bill making one of too best i speeches of the session for It and fall lug tried to delay action but It was labor lost and the vote resulted tloves13 against the third reading The ijactlon is to be sincerely regretted want their capital removed+ from the present outoftheway place t nod they want it to be located at Lex ington but the Senate refused to give them a chance and that ends the mat ter for the present the moreethe pity ADLAI E STEVENSON vice presi dent with Cleveland and Bryan run ping mate two years ago points the way to a new democratic victory by reo calling how all the later triumphs of I the party have been won He cites the Tilden platform of 1870 as a suitable model to build upon In lOOt It Is as follows We denounce the present tariff levied upon nearly 4000 articles f I as a master piece of Injustice Inequal 1 Ity and false pretense It yields a i dwindling not a yearly rising revenue It has impoverished many Industries to subsidize a few It prohibits Imports that might purchase the products of American labor It promotes fraud otters smuggling enriches dishonest t officials and bankrupts honest mer 1cbaots We demand that all custom house taxation shall be only for rove I t cue fTUEGrand Lodge at Nasbvlllo do- C creed that Master Masons who are en ialtedIn selling or manufacturing in toxicating liquors will after Jan 1 I 1003 be Ineligible for membership In the Masonlo lodges within the Jurisdict Lion of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee memoiI j mirers Is unalterably opposed to an ex tra session Let the Legislature get a move on itself during the re malnder of the session adjourn on the dato pre i scribed and its member go away back some remote point and b3 seated itof 1 How to be happy though married t 1Isthe subject of a lecture soon to bo de i at Danville Every married man In Kentucky would like to bear it fandstanding room will more than like hard to obtain J + CG GILBERTS speech against IHON policy In the Philippine was so good that yesterdays Courier Journal printed It in full WniTELAW RIND dont mind ex perises He will pay 120000 fur a house to live in during his six weeks stay in London at the coronation TUB Harrodsburg Sayings Is no more Messrs Pulliam Hutton tho proprietors have named their paper The Harrodsburg Herald- POLITICAL Ben W Hall has just been reap pointed postmaster at Mt Sterling The Senate by a voto of 23 to 13 killed the Barton Capital Removal Ibill State Senate passed the House repealing the McCain Tobacco t law ExCoDgrcssman Pugh says now that be Is not a candidate for Congress in the Ninth I t A posloUlco has been established at King Knox county and John E King will be appointed postmaster Jg 1 The president nominated Luolen M Young to be commander In too navy The Senate at Washington agreed to vote oh the ship subsidy bill March 17 The House adopted the first section of the Revenue Bill which fixes the State tax at 60e on the 8100 Tho House at Frankfort In committ tee of the whole decided to report revenue bill without amendment tboI The nomination of Frederick Van Rennsalaor to bo postmaster Owenuboro was sent to the Senate atI The president has assured E Franks he will be allowed to servo fourI more as collector at PIHoweham as county judge coun ty Six democratic State Senators united with the republicans and defeated tbo propoaltlon to advance the School Book billAfter a lively debate the State Senate by a vote of 22 to 15 defeated the Farris County Unit Local Option DIn Pressure is being brought to bear on Harry S Now of Indianapolis to accept the position of lit assistant postmaster general Representative Babcock will not accept reflection to the chairmanship of the republican congressional cam paign committee Roosevelt received the Boer repre sentatives as private citizens and In formed them that this country will not Interfere in the South African war Republican Congressmen are at loggerheads on the Cuban Tariff bill President Roosevelt Is reported as determined to let Congress go its own gaitTexas populists repudiate the action ot National Chairman Joo A Parker In transferring the convention to Mem phis and insist that It shall be hold in Louisville NEWS NOTES L L Murrill of Adair Is dead Prince Henry Is an Inveterate ciga rette smoker Billy West the minstrel man left tall a million Fire at Princeton N Jt caused a loss of 8250000 Wm Point exRepresentative from Grant county is dead Wm Tuggle a prominent citizen of Clinton county is dead Cincinnati is celebrating the centen nial of her incorporation Fire destroyed a block of buildings In the center of Aiken S C Benjamin T Stevens tbo bible replier died In England The fine Carnegie library at Atlan ta was opened to the public- R Loeb one of the most prominent citizens of Paducab Is dead Delph C Wright cashier of the Cin cinnati Post committed suicide Dr W B McClures pretty homo near Lexington burned Loss 0000 Fourteen bouses in Shoenvlllc a suburb of Plttsburg were destroyed by lireICol C M Korea a politician of San dusky 0 was found dead on the road side Carl Bradley a boy was drowned while playing on a raft In Ureenup countyGen J William Hoffman who began the battle of Gettysburg died In Phila delphia Four hundred trunk workers at St Louis went on a strike because of a cut In wagesThe commissioners of tbo Western Asylum have taken their cases to the courts Rob Goddard of Mercer sold to J H Brown of Detroit a pair of geld ings by Red Leaf for 83000 Safe blowers robbed the National Bank of Montgomery Ind of 84000 In money and 8300 in postage stamps Five men were killed and several others seriously injured by a gas ex salon in a coal mine at Monongabela PaOn the street at Naco Ariz James Parks shot his wife dead and then com mitted suicide In tKe presence of a number of cowboys Eightyfive children of union miners at Seeleyvllle Ind marched out of school because two teachers ride on boycotted street cars While an Illinois Central work trah crew was removing loose earth at tho mouth of Roslno tunnel a large stone fell killing three men W B Cox who claims to be iron near Owensboro shot and killed hit wife In Evanavlllo led and then attempted to kill himself Frank W Cpttte cashier of the State Bank at Elkhart Ill whose alleged shortage of 832000 caused the closing ot the bank blow out his brains The Baltimore Ohio Railroad Co yesterday filed In Clarksburg W Va a mortgage for 875000000 The object la to take up all outstanding liens The price of mount ed rapidly In Memphis and exporters were reported to be bidding wildly while homo factors were buying where ever possible James Drydon who had been robbed near Oswego Kas by three men kill ed one of the highwaymen and captur ed another marching him two miles to a police station With the death of J W Dant the pioneer distiller of Marlon dies one of the oldest brands of whisky in existence It was established 70 years ago and is well known to almost every whis ky dealer The Spanish War Claims Commission decided that the Federal govern ment was not liable to any of the crew who were Injured or to the heirs of those who were killed in the blowing up of the Maine George M Boyd an insurance agent at Owensboro committed suicide by taking morphine- Conditions almost approaching a famine havo resulted from the heavy fall of snow in parts of Pennsylvania Filipino Insurgent leaders are resort log to deception to encourage their followers One of them has Issued a proclamation saying there is civil war In the United States and that 1600 regular soldiers were killed In a battle In Chicago Another leader has Issued a circular In which be aseorts that Russia Is preparing to fight the United Slates Granvlllo P McDaniel a prominent citizen of Clay county was found near Burning Springs unconscious He bad a severe cut on the sldo of his heat and his arm and side were badly bruis od Ho died a sbort while after he was found He had been in Manchester that day and was returning homo It is suspected there was foul play but hero Is no clew to his assailant DANVILLE AND VICINITY Faust will be presented at the Danville opera house Tuesday night Mlllard Allen formerly of Huston vllle has accepted a good position with MJ Farris O S Icon sold a pair of mules to Henry Vanaredall for 8310 He also Sought a pair from Ben Bright for 8300 Dr Pentecost the noted London evangelist will shortly begin a series of meetings at tho Second Presbyterian church in this city Miss Maggie Gray Is dead at Brum yell Mrs James Minor of the same communltydlcd very suddenly of heart failure She is survived by her hut band and three children J P Harbison has bought an Inter est In the clothing establishment of W S Center Mr Harbison has been connected with the Globe Clothing louse for several years and is a splendid business man Sam Lyons the laundryman Is ball as are many other good men A man In Denver has written him that ho will grow a full head of hair on him for 8260 Mr Lyons Is a bachelor and Is seriously considering taking tho treat Dent There Is talk of boring for oil on tbo Perry vllle battlefield It Is not gen erally known that a well was sunic In that territory during tho war but DBv1 ertbelcss It is a fact Squire BottomI made a contract with Now ties and the hole was COO Jeep- wben the forces of Buell and Bragg met there On the morning preceding tho bloody fight the drillers including tbo bead promoter left Bottomswbere they were boarding for the wolf Nothing baa since been heard of then Repeated letters addressed to the head I man in New York brought no re sponse Some of the old macblfcry Is still on the Bottom farm RHYME OF THE PRESIDENTS First stands tbo lofty Washington That noble grand Immortal one The elder Adams next we see And Jefferson makes the number throe Then Madison Is fourth you know The fifth one on the net Monroe The sixth and Adams comes again With Jackson seventh In the train Van Buren eighth falls into lino And Harrison makes number nine Tbo tenth is Tyler In his turn And Polk eleventh as we learn The twelfth Is Taylor tp rotation Fillmore thirteenth in succession Fourteenth Piercb has been selected Buchanan fifteenth is elected As sixteenth Lincoln rules the nation And Johnson seventeetb fills bis sta Lion The eighteenth then Is Grant you know And nineteenth Hayes from Ohio Then comes another Buckeye son Garfiold the loved and martyred one Whose term was filled by Arthur tho When Cleveland comes as twentytwo Then Harrison as twentythird When Cleveland once again la heard As twentyfive McKinley great Ho too has shared the martyrs fate And though the deepest grief Is felt Wo ball the gallant Roosevelt DANGER OF COLDS AND LAG RIPPE The greatest danger from colds and la grippe Is their resulting In pneumonia If reasonable care Is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among tens ol thousands who lure need this remedy lot these diseases we have yet to learn of a single cane having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a cer tain preventive of that dangerous mala dy It will cure a cold or attack of la grippe in less time than any other treat mont It is pleasant and safe to take Fore by Craig Hocker druggists G N Kingan of Ewing has caused consternation among tbo oil operators in Allen county by appearing at Scotia villa with 00 year leases on 1100 acres of the best oil territory In the county The leases were taken by Mr Klngans father 37 years ago 4 r You will never wish to take another doso of pills If you onto try Chamber lans Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in ef fect They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels For sale by Craig Hooker druggists Prince Henry visited Niagara Falls anddescribed the natural wonder as magnificent 4+w s oft ty- t S e e t er e e e e te I I 1MWLtN7 N lV1 ONTNK9i1NN11rwVNd 1rf Grand Opening f J SATURDAY MARCH 8 I9O2 r i i 1 PJl THE GRAND LEADER i l A J will throw its doors open to tho public Satur i idayMarch S 1902 Wo d ill havo on display t k n grnm line of Dry Goods Silk Waists O Skirts Now Wash Fabrics Luces nUll Em i broideries Hosiery Clothing Shoos Mill t nery and in fact every article usually car J + ricd in n firstclass dry goods and i 4 store Vo invite you to call fnrnishinb8I t 1 I friends We are in Louisville S it I The Grand Leader Dry Goods Co j Mi i S B LEVY MGR SII i I 1rlNtirrvNi 1IIN1tiNVf1tiNl11LLNN t t I t te r r ia f Ie i jI I I j e 1 Wo start tornorrow a markdown sale that sinks into ul 1iigdllti SIdllliter SIe ter any oiler we ever made Tomorrow morning this grand masncro begins Fattier leave your workshops mothers close up your kitchens farmers shell your corn Inter on wurkingmen luck arms with the millionaire and take advantage of this mightiest bona fido laughter of reliable wearing apparel this town hRS over peon Wo propixo to do a mouths buMiiuss in ono and those mighty bargains will do it Prices cut clottU to the bonefMens blank Thibet suits 80 value cut to 22ii Molts very fine pure WttItcdsuite silkor satin lined worth 813 go at Sliitj Boys 3iita cut to 08c licit 81 shirts rat to l 5r awl 35r asps S shoes cut to 95c tie 9 REPORT OP TUB CONDITION orTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONYIUE AT HUSTONVILLE In the State X Kentucky at the eiae f huietti Feb Bin 190- 1RESOUIICFS Loans and dlonthJ1I 48 Overdrafts tccuted and unsecured 225- 1US w Ponds to secure clrculU n IfcJttO 00 Dinting louse furniture and attires 1600 00 Due tram National Daniel not R serve Agents 3J1GO IS Due from Suit Dankndlsnlera 41M M Due from approved reserv agtuta 1t M7 W Internal Ret enu Stamp r M M Cheeks and other cub Items 30 10 Note ol other National lianas 31 II nickel sod cenuJ41 Lawful Nosey Reuse tn Spice ZuO W Redemption fund with U5 Trvaearei 5 per cent ot circulation ltd M TOlaL 1199190 so LIABILITIES Capital stock paldltf SOCM 00 fund 23000 00 UndIvided proStt lots eipne ono taiM pald 3769 9G National Bank notes oumanding 1I OO 00 one to other national hanks IIM 113 Due to BUU Uanki and Hankers 7U t Individual deposits subject to cheek M1M 03 Tottt GI 30 STATE OF KBKTUCKYI m County ol Lincoln I J W pocket cuhler of the above named Dank do solemnly swear that the above statement Kiirts true to the bet or my knowledge and J W UOCKKK Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thus M day ot March 11X12 O W IttiXif N I1 L C Correct AtUwt J W POWKLL H HKOWX Directors T1 Kouixanx J vas REPORT OP THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the closer basins Feb J3tb IXJ1 RESOURCES- Loans and dlsounts 1M718 71 Overdrafts secured lad unsecured 99571 U S Bonds to secure Circulation 311101 Premium on U S Honda i 27cc e J Stock securities ele 11540 Banklnchousefuroiture and fixtures 8 000 00 Other real east and owned 8204 IIJ Due from National Dams not Rax serve Agents 3MI 01 DUG from approved reserve agents 29741 91 InternalIterenui stamps are Checks and other ugh Iz01 6 Notes of other Nat Banks 91800 Fractional paper currency nickels and- Specle ffHf t iiiniinitlinrlllliilTrrni i M7 G8 7910 73- Legal tender note 2813 OU 107S3 73 Redemption fund will U S Treaanrcr 5 percent of circulation I Kp 00 Tot ln 37122LIAUILITIES Capital stock 1 210000 00 10000 C- OJndivided fundun nnm profits leaa eipeascs and tepee paid 21128 47 National Bank Notes outstanding 31 Out eJ Due to other National Banki e7t67- u to Stale Hank and Hankers 27M 01 Individual deposila subject to cheek Ua18d 61 Time wrtlflcatee deposer 1 1UO 00 Lubllltle other than those above tiled 396618- Total w24B7320 STATE OF IICounty KENTUCKVJ 1Jno J above named tank do lolemol swear that the ebaretate rent U true to the bst or DIY knowtedg and b Uef JNO J McUOUERTSi Cashier Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 5lh day ol Match 1901 W Correct Alte1 JaiiocKKB J II DAVOIIMA- XST lUBaw Dimton r Every word and price In this ad U correct The printer has made no mistake in this THERACKET STORE Ladiorf 8125 show cut tn 80e 500 pair lGc linen eulft at 10c Carpets mnltingn and banter nt sacrificing prices Calicoes gingham brown and blenched cottons rut lo 4c n yard 1t1I1I and Indus coarse shoes flay r I StT1ItAY McVDAMSDA- XVJU LEADING JEWELERS =ILLL 1elryf Vc are also Graduate Opticians and can lit your eyes scientifically and correctly Threo experi I enced jewelers employed in our repair shopsnt isfaction guaranteed Wo sell Gorham Silver 1 Watch Bargains iiiat n discount Cut Mass and mantel clocks go also icbinn MUELLER= W McROBERTS DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils JOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY Our Line ofd 1 Groceries Hardware Chinaware Quconsware Tinware Glassware Etc f I roo t Is now Complete Tho best sbect d line that could bp had is now on Display Vf r I GEORGE H RAL t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I 1002It In fllllnp your prescriptions wo UBO proportionisot do bettor It yon paid us doublo the price which Ii always reasonable Pen nya Drug Store ti PERSONALS ATTY c c WILLIAMS of Mt Vor non Is hero Mils JOBS RICK la visiting relatives J at Cavo City MR J U BAUOIIMAN was In Frank I tort yesterday Die D L FRY of Klrksvlllo was hero this week A BRYAN little son of J T Jones has pObumoolaJ Is Ill Her hue Muse JENNIE UAMMONDS of Jolllco Is with Miss Molllo DatiRbcrty J aulUoRBbarllIMISB MAUD GARTER Is studying the of photography under Miss Sacray MRS WAVEIILY HAMILTON leave 1ar for ilendcrson to loco her bus MRS S M ALLEN and little daugh tar of Mlllcrsburg are at Mr E P Woods I MR DEN DAUDIN mod wife of Mon tlccllo aro with Mr and Mrs Mark Hardlo aLnHUBBLE son of Mr J P Hub ble left this week to locate near Bozo men Montana t MRS E H BEAZLKY and little MLs Josephine wont to Jessamine yesterday to visit the formers sister NEWS comes from Nashville that I Mr W R Minter who married Miss Mary Owsloy of this countylsvery 111 MRS D S MCKINNEY of Livings r ton who has been visiting Mrs W O Speed returned homo today MENtO where they are teaching MRS MATT WOOOSON and children e have returned w Mlddleeboro after visit to Mr and Mrs O J Crow MBfiBHR JOAn UlUNBY Of Casey I and W S Brown of Pulaskl paid this ai lee a substantial call yesterday MR M B LEVY of Louisville spent several days with his brother Mr S r DryGoodMBSBRB A K AND WOODS WALK BH of Garrard spent several days of thus week fox hunting not far from Louisville aUAULI LUTt1S I back from Rus snll Uo brought us two new eubeorlb are with him making flue be has gotten recently ATTORNEY Wu L GRANRHRRY oDd Menrs Leland Hume of Nashville 1 end W K Boardman of Lexington are here attending court DR W W HUROIN of Richmond beeabtachment for dental engines THOMAS D NBWLAND JR reached his majority Tuedav when his parents gave him a ewe 0 oclock dinner Sev oral of his friends wore prr inu MaryEllanon Junction to icslde Their man- y1 regret friends hero give them up with much a letter from George B Lawson 1INnow lives near Gutbrle O TIhoEverything U dull any wbeat- f looks pitiful No rain yet In our POI tion 0 territory MISS EDNA CAMNITZ after a weeks I visit to tbo Misses Adams on Lexing s ton Avenue returned to her homo Hustonvlllo yesterday Mrs A Smith and daughter Amelia have ro CarII penter at t son k Bros has been III Advocate LOCALS YOU can buy a 15 enamel calf lined boo of Jones now for 1375e HEADQUARTERS Buffalo Oil Co In INTERIOR JOURNAL bujidtng NEW stationery of J latest Just received at Craig it Rockers NEXT Monday will bo a mighty g 01 tlmo to pay your account at this ottlc Suppose you do so J I Ir WILL sell millet bay at Mo per 100 pounds for a few weeks to reduce stock JIiBaughman do Co HEAR James A Taco the renowned f temperance lecturer at Walton Opera House next Tuesday night Hth l 1 AN Infant of John S Smith whose mother Is a daughter of Mr U Wado died near Mu Salem I HAVE 10 Inmates all well except one and every one of them thoroughly contented said Poorhouse Keeper J T Chadwlck to ua yesterday t TilE latest Jon A Shannon who was shot at Crab Orchard by W A Beazloy Is that ho Is doing well with good chances of recovery TUB heaviest snow In year foil t Tuesday night and Wednesday morn I fag but the sun of yesterday and today Is making It disappear rapidly I J TUB court MrJ O Mc Clary administrator of George Forrlll the good old darkey who died last week nil estate Is worth about II 000 Tnslollowingyyooungladiescompoe I t o the graduating class of Stanford Fe rtmale College this year Misses Lucille I Anna Cooke UaHoldam Sadie Stag Mary VaoArsdalo and Mary Byrd Given r INNIS William Innls aged 43 died at the homo of his sister Mra James I at Maywood last night and will bo burled In tho Pennlngtoa bury I ing ground afternoon Liver 1 trouble caused his death He was un married and u carpenter by trade a WANTED Hens at Co A B Flor neon 2tI WM ate12oranges at Dan vlllo yesterday and woo a snug sum DONT miss to bo I gulpded W H Muellers ad lilt will bo to your advantage IT Is hens A B Florence wants at Oc nut hams as our types redo us say last liiue openforeyes on their ad FARMERS Stock what coal you need plowingJJ J FOR rent or sale tho house vacated by E O Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this olllco JOHNNY MEIER heproprietor of the Danville European Hotel has just put In a 1200 range says the Advocate MT rteW L Dawson tolls us that ho will have an old fiddlers contest at Mt Xenla on Tuesday night 18th J O CORUINEY bought of Mrs Kato Miller a U acre lot on Logan Avenue for 1250 He may build on It In tbo Spring EXSHERIFF will011 160 or more farms and town lots next Monday county court day Read his ad on our fourth page j DAD pikes and bad I anther made It necessary for the Klngsvlllo and Mc Kinney mall carriers to go horseback several days this week I JUDGE BAIILEYealdye ter day that the backbone of Winter la broken We shall see what kind of a judge bo Is of weather PRIZES amounting to t20 live of them in all will bo given at the lid I1oueaFriday evening March 2L Secure ro served teals now Tug Lincoln County Medical Sooloty will bold a meeting hero Tuesday next when oflleors for the ensuing year will be elected Dm J C Barker and J G Carpenter are down for papers NEW STORE MoriU Fred will open Saturday a oJotblng store on Depot Street soar Main whore bo will sell goods cheap for oasis Uo asks us to say that be will sell clothing at a very small margin and wilt greatly appre elate any trading done with him A SlBOIAL train bearing Supt Dan leI Brook Diet Pats Agent J D Mlll liken AdtcrlUlog Agent BarnoyRoud Master Urlswald Assistant Matter Me cbanlo Hone and Master of Trains B N Roller went South at noon pester day The object of the partys trip Is to make Improvements and changes that will likely bo for tho better It Is moro than likely that they will recom mend that the noon Northbound pUt songer pars an bour earlier In order to make direct connections for Indianapo lie and other cities J TilE people of this community have a raro treat offered them James A Tato of Nashville secretary of the N wetVf the prohibition party Is to speak at Walton Opera house on Tuesday eve nlng next at 730 Of Mr Taco iho Indianapolis Ind Sentinel once said t Mr James A Tate of Tennessee ono of tbo youngest delegates In the con vention but of unutuat promise took tho floor and made ono of the great speeches of the convention AT the council meeting last night tho contract of the Water Light Jr Ice Co was accepted The agreement Is for the company to furnish all night 0fights and water for 13000 It was further ordered that two extra arcs and five extra Incandescent be put up at a cost of 160 each for tbo former and 816 each for latter per year The ordi nance for the sale of another telephone franchise was adopted and the city at lornoy was ordered 10 prepare a very stringent ordinance against fast drlv log In town A number of changes wero made In tho positions of atreo lights IICIRCUIT CocnTTbo f case of Mrs G A Swlnebroad against the executor of Greenberry Bright concerning a le gacy of 81000 occupying the court i attention when wo wont to press Tune day resulted In a verdict for the plain tilT adjourncdWedneldayaftcrooon true bills Hiram Grant was Indicted for murder and his caso was continued until next court Two indictments were returned for malicious shooting I two for disturbing religious worship two for pout larceny one for seduction ooo for detention two for carrying coo coaled weapons ono for cutting and wounding ono for using obuslvo lan guage two for forgery and several for selling whisky illegally It failed to Indict Mr W A Beazloy for booLlnll Joe A Shannon yWarreafor anew hearing in the Leasuro rape casoTho case of Alex Martin admlolslra lor of Walter Martin who was killed by lightning against the Cumberland Telephone sit Telegraph Co for 820000 damages teas been on trial since Wed nesday morning and IB now In the hands of the jurV Col W G Welch and lion R U Warren represent Mr aodI ROOMS for rent over Higgins sir McKinney 1 store I I WAGON harness collars and all kinds I of plow goer J O MC9laryIt ODD sets of plates very prices to close See them Gco U Farris tCo IGENTS hoc shirts and underweary to close at a great saving to you P Jones SlRiNO cleaning Paperfirst We I have It Pretty and cheap Withers Furniture Co ESTES Mrs George Eslcs aged 35 I died at her homo on Orson visor yet torday A husband and throe children I survive FRESH shipment of Roasted Coffee Crackers Cakes Candles Fruits Etc I Open Kettle New Orleans and Maple Syrups at Higgins k MoKlnnoys ALL prohibitionists and W C T U workers arc earnestly requested to meet Messrs Tate and Masters In con terencc at the courthouse Tucidny afternoon at 230 Goo L Carpenter TUB Warren Grlgsby Chapter U D C wilt hold an Important meeting with Mrs J S Owslcy Jr Friday af ternoon at 2 oclock All members are requested to come prepared to pay the February duel2tTilt Lincoln County National flanks fins sew safe was put in place peeler day but It couldnt bo opened not withstanding the combination was plainly printed An expert from Ham titan 0 was wired for IDONT forget the old fiddlers coolest at Opura House Friday eye slog March 21sU Old fiddlers aro en mansII Tnn BulTalo Oil gave an or thousandehandsome circulars to bo printed n colors and which will bo daisies when we get through with them Stock in this company Is selling rapidly and you had bolter put In your bid if you want some of It e Iv the schedule of No 21 the Northbound passenger is changed so as to make that train arrive hero an bour earlier as is talked of It will bo of great benefit to Stanford It would glue nearly two hours between trains enabling our mountain friends to do lots of trading bore Then too It would connect at Junction City with the Q C for the South a convenience we have not enjoyed for years Another advantage The train would get to Louisville about 3 oclock giving five or six hours for persons wishing to do business In that city and return ought The proposed change Is a goo one wo think n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Circuit Judge Moss of Plnevlllc is critically 111 The wile of Squire William Willie of Richmond Is dead Snow to the depth of two feet tell In portions of Jcssamlno J B Stouts residence at Dau vlllo fireaDanville is struck on old fiddlers contests and will have another Barbourvlllo will Issuo bonds to tho extent of 810000 to repair her streets Nimrod Terry was arrested at Lon don charged with robbing Gilbert ThompsonCapt W Loa mlro will muster a company loco the State guard At Brad fordsvlllo Saturday The first well drilled In Laurel coup ty for 011 will bo near Farrlston sr work will begin at onco There Is a sycamore tree on J T Hackleya farm says the News that at three feet above the base measures 30 feet In circumference Some scoundrel stole A dozen fine chickens from Capt F J White Anybody who would treat captain this way la mean enough to be bung Central Record ExSheriff Chadwick of the Otb was purchasedt a present who was 70 years old Feb 10 May she live to see many moro birth days Mr Cbadwick Is 75 years of age but says ho fools like a boy of 20 Tazewell Tear Progress CHURCH MATTERS The W C T U of Newark N J will pray for Bishop Potter who favors salons The death of Bro Antonloo at th Abbey of Gothsemanl removes the last of the band which founded the Moose tory In 18IS Mr W Eugono Sallee will give a re port of the Students Volunteer Con vontlon recently held at Toronto Canada at the McKInnoy Baptist church Sunday afternoon next at 3 oclock Quarterly meeting services will bo held at the Methodist church tomorrow and Sunday Quarterly conference business meeting l tomorrow atlOAM preaching tomorrow night at 7 oclock and Sunday by the pastor Rev J W Haglna subject Sunda- I morning Is After Death What 1 What Under the Mosalo Dispensa Lion 2 What Under the Present Die penfatton 3 Does the Bible Support GOIpelEealnWhat As Indication of the growing civili zation of the far frontier It may bo noted that the First Methodist church of Dawson City has called to Ha pastorate the Rev James Livingstone of Windsor Ont at a salary of 13000 a Plu1OnalloPhlladolpblaTime When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know that you need a JOIe of Chamber nins Stomach and Ltv er Tablets They will cleanse your stem youfceltake being sugar coated and pleasant In effect Paresis by Craig Hocker druggists Eggs for Hatching PlymouthUocka ettlngoftrue to nameA AUIUIQHT Brodbcad Ky MONUMENTS white Dronio Is to stone In the monument sew dropheadlag or ItlaIndestructible and will perpetuate the reo cords and resting place of your loved ones apIarancocan Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt ORAR ORCHARD KY PUBLIC SALE I On Thursday March 13 at publieder the entire stock of Hardware Farm implements verytblnguuallytodate hardware atom on the premises at the hardware store of the lute J M Illggln botharo In Lancaster Ky This tale will be made onethird cash and the balance In ilx and twelve months with approved lie curity The good will of the taco firm will verydfor anyone to enter Into the hardware busi ness In Central Kentucky The sale Is made lately room occupied by the buslnesn will also be rented same time and place for term of two year Bald storeroom will he rented privately For Information apply to Oeo W Palmer on the premise or to MIIIgglnbotbamT IliaOINnOTHAM Admr GL0 E N BUR N IE FOR SALE OlenburnloMs ono of the finest farms In Lincoln county the home of the late Sanford Erwin It embraces 8I8H acres and Is located on the Danvlllo and Stanford fromStanfordon the L A N railroad This farm Is beautifully located splendidly watered and of the best quality of buck walnut soil Sixtyfive acres are In cultivation and the rest Is well set In blue gross There fa- a good residence on this farm with ser 5ddeslrablohomewln Danville Ky Ho 81S2 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Lincoln County National Sank OF hrAallrouD KY 1002ILoans and DUcuuntsf 1513 31 Orerdrana secured and unsecured 12778 73 U S Bonda to secure circulation 0000 00 00YDue from National Banks not Reserve Agents 13232 77 Due from State Banks SlId Rankers aGO 16- 3I7SIDue from appro YP reserve sgenta M 1171CbecbFractional paper currency nlckles and cents 120 17 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank vU Specie 17CO 00 Legal tendernotre 1800 00 3560 00 pera JSOO 00 Total tnt99CI 88 LIABILITIES Capital itock paid la180000 00 Surplus andI 3471 13 Undivided proflti for upeoMsond tax es palJ j 4848 54 National Bank Notes outstanding 20000 00 Due to other National IUnktm n m 6533 78 Due to State Banks and Rankers 8913 S4 Individual deposits subject to check 19110019 TotISIIIIJ 88 1CouDI a I e where named statementisCashiersy drofCOREICT PxrortWO WALKU Directors For Circuit Court i BarbedWiref l fStovesRanges I J Full stock in nil departments Fresh fruit every i week Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery 1 JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 1 Corner Opera House Block taf t 0 D IAJ IJII rW 1f 11 4 e 11 1 if 1iIlo 1 Spring Goods iiS- pring J e gpg in all its beauty has not yet e jarrived but Spring Goods have ar 1 dSt arived and theyarc beauties We t ask our customers to come in and t P s 9 Look them over at your t8 1 earliest opportunity V Sj Inside of 10 days wo hope to have J5 r 5 our entire spring stock in and so 1- 1rt7 i arranged that we can easily show UMiH t them to our friends whether they t care to buy or not We want rOllfi IJs to for o1lself Terms cash S- 8S AdaeH J McROBERTS t1pC 0 ctit ee t M etc tsAatte tke Zrls krta plrke dP f fIJ nfiIfo ri Hvo J WoloiS Ii isia7Values at the New Store 1 Look at our special values In 5c Hamburg Lad lacee at our special values in lOc Hamburg Also wide margin IILook edge for rullloe at lOco lino of fine wash goods in Nainsook and Swiss Em y over shown in Stanford M See our lines of long cloths and soft dimities for underwear 1+ We have succeeded In getting J- I of real handsome Torthon laces wo laderMany new and pretty patterns in Val Look at our Zephyr at 7Jc for dresses boys waists wash peat coats r Dont forget the place opposite the Myers house y J- I THE FAIR DRY GOODS COMPANY mT D Miss Miss Effie I e WarrenWMSEVERANCE Prop IIim ri sWe handle the 1 Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle Buggies 1 A better line was never in Stanford arid we are prepared to meet all competition If you want the best buggy made vIcome see our stock Wiggins S McKinney iISTANFORD KENTUCKyJj i 4 CLOSING OUT 1j I 1 I have decided to quit the goods business and j liave advertised my store for sale The read fiers of this paper know the kind and quality of 1 the waitingW J for tho purchaser of this stock of goods you f have an opportunity of buying firstclass I 1 goods atgreatly reduced prices for cash only gc I JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE j is SY- 1 t- 1C4 fTHE JNTR RIOR JOURNAL = Entered nth pottoffice at Stanford al ttondclau matter dr1 PERYEAR W hen not sopaldffiSOO will bfcharged iE MIKNOXVILLE DIVISION No M Train solos North lt8S a w No 28 230 a m No 25 N Soatb12S a m NoZ3 HMpi For all Polnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 Iran Stanford at ISS a m No 6 arrlTts at Stanford 115 am No 211eaTH Stanford 100 230 p mi R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlcejover Higsins A McKinneys Stor Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Mol iisnoy a KM- akoand keep constantly on band tbe best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Dran Chicken Feed Ac Prices very reasonable CU- Stom grinding A specialty D V Kennedy Miller FOX SL LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY I Successors to T B Bright te Co +Will bold on February 28 1902 a big JAOK BALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be h disposed of Nothing but firstclass lac solicited f H Ca RUPIEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLES W BUBSE k SH Prors JUNCTION CITY KY Turnouts FirstClass at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and nay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Ja caater Kentucky Newly Liedooloan beds splendId taMe Every lung first class Porters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of e B ICKAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices BROWN 8 BROWN r Attorney atLnw Office In Mwoiic ldlt SOMERSET 1 Roon 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter anil continue the coal business I am bettor prepared thSn ever to handle coal and of your patron age I handle the bet grades of Jelllco- b coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky Livery Outfit For Sale I with to sell my livery business at Me Kinney and will make the price to thehilt buyer Ace having a Rood trade dont the business Write or call for partic ular JOHN COULTER McKinney Ky DR Re GOLDSTEIN Eye 8peciallsta Louis rllle will be at St Amipti Hof eljStnnford Tuesdayf March 18 One day only Eyes examined and glasses sel ntlflc Ujt 5 justed OSce hours 9 Am to 4 p m t 1tRalaeta Oil It s dampkeepstbalatAh Ieuoh and rll sable Stitches brasb inetonly Veer eklnclika flew but wean twice at longby the die of Eureka heroes OiL Sold feYrryw Iier In norail epee Made by- Standard t Oil- Company y Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your carriage orwagon Inllrstc1uutyle Experienced men to do It and work guaran t can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H OREER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky I OOoeorrr UcBoberU Drag Store In tht Owtle I OuUdlni J HBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drucos Old Stand Depot St STflliFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel- Ing Men Phone No 96 sA M BOURNE Lancastor Ky Offers his services as duotoiaerto the people of Lincoln County lIe will please you both in work price Write to him Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING OF 1902 Fruit and ornamental trees vines asparagus small fruits and everything for- orchard lawn and garden We have no agents but sell direct to planter 11 F HILLENMEYEtt Lexington Ky No Credit No Debts Success for nil Farmers after a years work I have tho roads completed to every house for miles around making P Brad thaws grocery store at Turnertvllle the union depot for all trains from B a in until 8 p m So your trains and bring your butter In any quantity and receive 120 cash or 15c In goods bear In mind these trains will be run on the same principle all other trains nro run onyou must pay for your ticket before b the train 90 the goods must be paid for before leaving the house Do not tall to watch from time to time on buttor WP BRADSHAW Turnersvllle ICv JiG+ V VbMY tTNDERr AXE1 EMBALIIIER And Dealear In BAENESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS UNDEBTAKEBS ALSO OCAUU IB F arnltureMattingsRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture foral kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right ITAN lORD KENTUCKY LAND STOCK CROPS ETCI Six broke mules for Bale J lev Stanford FOR SALT 50 owes and CO lamb L L Dotv Stanford I R B Wilkinson bought ot J T Embry a bunch of hogs at Co I J O Graddy of Woodford raised 23785 pounds of burloy tobacco on 12 acresF Reid bought ot John S Murpby a Chester Dare stallion tbreeyear old 1225Mark Hardin sold to James Messi two steers at 930 and two yearllt mules for 175 The Thomas Floyd farm contain I 300 acres was sold to D F King a Garrard for 19050 NewsIFox k Bright sold dell of Burgle a high class span a grey mules for t380Ncws FOR SALE 0 jacks roady for eorvice 12 3yearold work mules and two reel cows 1 S Tevis Shelby City Ky Rlgney Brown sold at Barrodibur a bunch of plain steers at 121 tom heifers at 3i and a lot of cows at icIAt C T Adatrs gale in Bourbo horses brought 1100 mules 187 to 8101 hogs Co sheep 5c oats 60c corn 130 and 1350 In the crib Mr Joe n Rout asks us to say the he will be back from Lebanon Junctlc 1 In May to attend to colts and male mules for tho farmers There wore over 1000 cattle on the Richmond market Monday Price ranged rom H to 5 cents for good and 31 to 4 cents for far to medium Lutes Co bought In Russell ant Adalr a bunch of yearlings at 4e some lat stuff at ai to 3o and a bunch o heifers for April 10th delivery at 31e Dan Patch 204 i who made such a phenomenal record last season hat been sold by Daniel A Mcssncr Jr G M E Sturgeas of New York for 120 000 Eleven counties were represented ai tho tobacco growers convention al Carrollton It was deoldei to form a aisoclatlon with 1000000 capital lc be divided Into shares of 110 each J D Turner bought of Jako Robin son a threeyearold saddle stallion by Duke of Denmark for 500 D N Prewitt has bought during the past week 800 lambs for Juno delivery at 5c Advocate Tbo record price on any market for a hogshead of the 1001 crop of leaf tobac co was obtained In Louisville by a Jes samine county farmer who received 125 50 per 100 pounds for a bright pack age weighing 030 pounds Ho sold his crop ot 13 hogsheads grown on olgbi acres for 1013 13 net MATRIMONIAL Rico W Johnson and Miss Verde amuela were married at Pinevllle At Laporte Ind Mice Louise Swift aged 61 was married to Wm Bayne- ae Milford Kldd aged 22 and Miss Meg Ile S Padgett just 13 were married- at W G Padgetts yesterday Handsome Mica Mary Daviess Dud erar who spent moat of her life here was marrled at LnRoy III last week to Mr Frank Carr a young businessman of that city Mss Mary was an exceedingly bright pretty girl and has a legion of friends here wbo congratu late her husband and with her a long and happy married life The following letter was received by R L Slade general organizer of tho Endowment Rank K of P from Mrs Pauline M Bremer Please accept my most grateful thanks for lobe prompt settlement on- tbe certificate hold bv my late husband E M Bremer of 1000 who died Fob 5 1002 I am also Indebted to your efficient secretary at this place Mr lames Wearen for his kindness In reparing the proofs of death I have otbing but praise for the rank and the order of which my husband was an cn duslastlo member If HOW TO OURE GRIP Remain quietly at home and take hamberlaina Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is guru to follow Tbat remedy counteracts any tendency of- the grip to result In pneumonia which la- really the only serious danger Among tbe tens of thousands who have used It- for the grip not ons case has ever been sported that did not recover For sale by Craig Ilocker druggists Thirty firms employing 400 painters acceded to the demands of the men at- St Louis and signed the wage scale Children often inherit feeble digestive powers and colic of a more or less severe aracter results when food is tnken which is at all difficult to digest Wnrrns CUBA VKRMIEUOK acts as a general and rmanent tonic Price 25 cents Pen- nys Drug Store O 1100f100 reader ot this will be pleased lo lear- nltttbersiaatleutonedradeddisease that lei- eoee hat been able to cure In all atagea aD- dtht la Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure la only illlre cure known to the medical fraternity tarrh being a ronitltutlonal disease refulrra a utltutlonal treatment lialls Catarrh Cure II- taken Internally attire directly upon the blood nd mucous aurfacea of the system de ajlaf the foundation of the tIIClielod giving tbe strength by building the tonal flu 1100 and assisting nature In doing Ita work The prletora have 10 much filth In Ita curative powen that lbyoabr One Hundred Dollars for an y cue that It falls to eifre Send lor list of Ua lOnlalt Addrcaa K J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold b druggists 75c lalla Tiinllr Illla are the belt Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday March 11 1902 stwoen the hours of 0 a m and 4 p rod at the court house door in Stanford Lie coin county KyI will expose to the highest bidder for cash in hand to pay the State end county taxes for the rean shown opposite the names tho following property or so much thereof ns may bo necessary to pay said taxes This list will he published once a week for four Veeks nn names will disappear as soon as tho tax anti cost are paid of advel tiling 150 Stanford Vhllo Brady James D N U 20 acres 9- Wrummott 70 Uebocca S acres 3- Oaugbcrty 21- f W L 43 acres 3 20 Ends II T 10001 41 acres 800 Elmoro S D 1 town lot 3 t o- I Matt J J 1 town lot S 01 Ilocker Charles cold 15 acres 2 00 Iloltzctaw Alex 40 acres 21 GO Holtxclaw Mrs Lucy 37 acres a IIi Isom John 20 acrps l 81 Lay E W 31 acres 3 33 Martin W M 36 acres 0 00- r Martlu WT 31 acres 21 1 Martin Jno 0 100 acres 7 30 Rains J W 12 acres 3- Scboffer U- f Widow S3 acres 21 I Vaught W w H acre 3 l Stanford Colored Dackner Scott house 3 lot 4 01- I Carr Anderson 3 house A lots IS 13 Christopher Albert JJ acre 3 11- r Cowan Gee 4 acres 3 81 Good wolford 1 acre 3 110 Hayden TIm 1 acre 3- Hlckman 1 1- I Munroe SO acres S 00 Lackey wm house lot 4 n Lackey wm sr house lot 1 80 Logan Jim 1 acre 21 1 Logan Jim 13 acre 3 11- 1I Sandidge John 1 sere 3- Bandldgo n John 4 acme 3 8 Simpson Kilos 3 acres 3 1S Sims Thos 47 acres 3 41 Wade Olddlo house lot 3 110 5Crab Orchard Whlto Alit Joseph 38 acres 4 n Adams James II 20 acres 3 MI Delaney Mrs Kate SO acres J- Donney 80 Ilalllnger SO acres 3- Denuef 04 Joe 30 acres 3- Dllllon 15- f Amor 14 acres house let A to DIshon Lewis 33 acres 3 80 Echler Conrad fNK 5So acres 1 15 Foloy Hornett 88 acres 8 Ct- I laggard heirs 40 acres 1 40 Hittt Mrs Ellen 05 acres 8 65 Jetswinc Julius 45 acres 2 76 Lefevera John 100 acres 13 40 Robinson Richard X Jl 4 acres 3 45- Rogers John 30 acres 1 Vii- I Smith R A M acres 2 3i Smith J L 18 acres 1 SO Stephenson W T 165 acres 18 20 Thompson Richard 6 acres 1 15 Crab Orchard Colored Carson Wesley 1 acre 10 Hays Fred 0 acres 27- Huitonvllle While Aldrich Mrs E L 110 acres 29 30 Bailey W M 2 acred 10 Carpenter George 40 acres 2 1- Eslcs E W 20 acres 1 1- Ooocli Aden 150 acres 2 48I Haley Duld10aorel 2 OJ Heath George lInt 1 O Martin J G 76 acres 3 07 Maxey G n 13 acres 2 00 Miller August 75 acres 00 Martin John col 60 acres 270 Russell Ktevc 10 acres 2 OX Spieler Mike 83 acres 4 45 Slatum G W 68 acres 6 19 Statum G W 22 acres 7 00I Vaught Dudley 11aores 0 20 Vlnlon John 80 acres 2 76 Williams John 300 acres 3 41 Yocum J 43 acres 3 70 Yocum J II 20 acres 21 Drown IK L170aores 8 4S McWhortcr J W 70 acres 4- 9JoarfecJF 40 acres m Huitonville Colored Halley Charles I aero 2 37 blain John hot 2 G9 Oappe J W 1 lot 2 SO Cooper Dick 1 lot 212 Dale Lewis 3 acres 2 17 Iudio Findley 1 lot 2 50 cstlirldge Howard 2 acres 2 17- Dryo William Hot 8 60 Farris GeorRO 5 arcs if 3l ferrell Den 5 acres 4S livens Anderson 20 adrot U 2s Johnson Henry CO acres 7 IJO McCormack Sam 3 acres 2 76 IcJtrmack Alfred 4 carte 8 17 Newman Patton 2 acres 2 05 Rigney Henry 6 acres 217 SleeloObarlesI 2 acres 2 J1 Wayneabur- gugut A J IN sores 3 ae Burton H B JIM acre 813 Jtugti II 130 acre 32 i5 hunt lea N IU M acre 25 Ireiler Andy 60 acre 2 75 lurlwon Jeff Allen a s0 Buster Joiepb CO acre 240 IrjarJ Jotepla SO acre 333 Ibamlien Jlui IXscresbal 228 Cllmer Wm 83actelI 03 ryeW D 87 acres 83 Hat Sum 1 house and lot 2 89 Uoocb D M 61 acres bal 180- Oo0ch81I CO sere 310 looch J M 19 acrea 4 SO lan onJ W 123 acrea 34 hauls J C 80 sties 247 Ilarri J C 70 sera 323 low JB 100 acre II 88 rdaoilg W lot CO acna 2 23- ohnwnO K 30 acres sus amen Kldel 20 acre 210- Loch J H 97 acres sal 1 S3 Lee Thotnu S acre 1 83- cMnllen Green 213 acres ISO Inlet L E CO acre 2 M- MerCl Albert 53 acrea 2 03- cKlnney John 30 sera I 3- 0dcKinneyJ31 23 acres 215 olloiun CO acres 2 7- 3aka1eter 103 acre 3 SI- btlllpi loot 117 acres 3 63 lrlee 1111 1 house and lot 3 CO trey U C CO len 2 5- Pm1 F N 130 acre 11 50 ttB W ISO acres 8 20 4JJ 69 acres 3 3S- tUml Upton 103 acres 4 00 ngleton Win 81 acres 4 39- udduth 110 80 acre 213 imberleaton Tbouaa 100 acrea 3 48 hyman A L lit acres 8 cc Any taxpayer holding receipt for and whoso name is will lease call at my office on or before tho- dBY of this sale bringing receipt and tatters will be satisfactorily adjusted S M OWENS Sheriff E C WXVTON Prent L R HUGHES Sec fr Treaa I THE Ientr Keiltocky Real Estate Exchang- eAnd Title Corn panv INo llIou86 nod lot In Stanford Ky lies five rooms hall porch in tho rear n good garden in a goo neighborhood nnd closo to churchc and school This is n good house fur 37 acre 8850I house iorch I rued veranda A good barn nt1t- 1lother outbuildings nil in repair six fields well fenced 20 acre I in cultivation one ncro in fruit tree rest in grass This was bought at n Commissioners sale at n bargain nUll call bo sold at n bargain It is close to school and church nnd only 2J miles from Stanford Price S3J pot acre Land adjoining sold for tHO nUll 845 per nero is a bargain No 3 IIouso nod lot in Stanford IIouso contains five rooms A good stable and 5 ncros of land well funced This is ono of tho prettiest building lots in town there is room enough in front for two other cottages or a two star front could bo built to tho cot toga nod bo rondo a beautiful homo This place will bo sold cheap as the owner must have money I No 1 Twostory frame dwelling seven rooms hall and veranda Goo garden fencing and house in good rohair This is for sale or root price reasonable No 6lIouBo and lot in Stanford House has three rooms and front parch A good garden and stable In Rood re pair this will bo sot cheap No 7 Houio and lot in Stanford Kr One and ono haif story contains fire rooms A good garden smoke house end coal louse Price only 1300 No 8Small farm of about SO acres 21 mites from Stanford on county road 2J5 acres In cultivation 7 In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two small cottages good barn and other outbniUl Ings Well watered and fencing fairly good This placo can bo bought at your price as owner lives in Indianapolis and moneyKo 222 acrrsgltuated our millS from Stanford on the best pike in the county Sixty acres in wheat 40 acres In corn 5 aorta in timothy 0 acre In lover and 109 acres In floe grass This farm le cut iu six fields well fenced well watered never failing well and ipring beside two good ponds Two dwellings Rood barn and other outbuild logs Front pike for thro quarters of a both dwellings being on pike Plenty of fruit tree and enough timber to make at least 6000 posts This Is n splendid blue grace fans and only 20 minutes drive from the county seat The owner of a fine farm adjoining tills has recently refused M5 per aero for his place Wo offer this place for 137 ro per acre No 10Cottage on Main street Stan townihavingback porch In repair A house the for a mAllfanlllrThis Propertl- cost rQr eilBO No J 1 gores Rood land with noces sari improvements 1 mile from Stanford Dwelling IMS 4 rooms veranda hall and porch Large barn wnokehonMi etc watered and fenced and buildings In good repair 1rlce reasonable No 12t dwelling of six rooms hall anti porch necessary outbuildings and garden a large two story store v room 26xi 0 ft lower room suppliedwith counters shelves etc ing and storeroom also clslrrn and well on place Small lot back of store One mile from Stanford Huilillur in good repair and dwelling originally cost 1500 and store over 1200 Will sell bulb for 1860 or will rent or sell separatelyVKo 13230 acre farm j mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlcx dwellingof eightwroom two tenant two and spring near dwelling Joann in high Btnlo of cultivation ISO acres river bot tom land good fencing fruit etc Price 13750 per acre No 100 acre of land on Lancaster Street In Crab OrchaIoppoalle famous Spring All mars no improvement except large stock barn an abundance of stock water Prettiest rite In town 1rico13000aNo on An castor Ave Stanford Ky Seven rooms good cittern etc Cost 1000 will sell for 1 1000 No i6400acresof land in Madison Co Kv mile south of Richmond and lUglullknown an Col H Monday farm Frame buildings stock barns outbuildings Ac i- IKanly 0 good water and ono of the finest cave springs in Kentucky In the yard This is the heat clock farm In the county for the money lrlee20ICrl No IT A farm of IU tern bar lluiloo II ntflllfC of IaM rootsa hail versols eta One ttlt heoeteek barn large UUcro cure sad other oaltwlidlogi Itiinn al4100 welt In lb- icr4cadwater lo tint 6101 oo tbo loate 1aru and oritdaM lied No50A farm of 100 acre situatedvnear Klngivlllo Kr Sixty acres cu llfatlon 30 In timber test well watered two good barns and other out In good repair The dwell logwhich la comparatively new Is with- In 300 yards of three churches school iHiitoflice and C 8 depot The property lies on pike and county road and Is tho most detitablo farm In that section of the county We will sell the whole farm for S 1400 or In pare leof not less than 30 acre to suit purchaser This is certainly a cheap property aynesburWell watered fencing and buildings In good repair Productive limestone land neighborhood close to school and on good road Price fTOO eenlrTb100IUIafiMefc bwun barn elr stout Ih center- or 100 sera All CD coanlr road I 101110 from o burck achoel and IatolMw Ia wn and will raitml Thli It a ami UIMQ farm aaTwoukl suit two or thru fiullln that might want U come tram the aam Mlghloboo 1 rk reasonable KyOuaadnabifgood Urn and other tloulld lop IN sly semi la jlttrailon 41 sire In limber trait trim eU Irwoll on eonBljr roid MM to chunbw sebel ote lrk Only w INa MlarM ol us acrta In Casey otuelr Two trams dee llag iv sal hares sad otber IUdl ap la goal rtrwlr c4raill4 uVma and and In good cuamuBllf A bargain at Pie No T FimrlIsan la tier Wet A new two elry s rests few dwntlf and 01- 1dwlltcglolalteeadltkn hares eel MWr nlMlnin On owclr raid iplwxlU Itlix Wllwrlwatered two wellpthge14 Tkh Ii a Iran bas 1ce fi MIL We have a buyer for n 2JO or 300 acre farm eituiitod froth one to throe miles rom town Also n buyer for about 100 acres situated from one to four miles from town with or without ImprovomenUu A CLEARANCE SALE My stock of winter goodsCOSHP is now on the This Avlll include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes nnd other goods too numerous to mention in this ad Heres an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 ArbucklcB Coffee tOc to retail trade only This sale is for cash No goods charged at these prices so dont ask it Sale begins on Thursday January IGth 1002 the kaTtes sheet mwporvumy HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE DEALERS IN Carriages Buggies Phae V i tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness r Full and complete stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes Leave your Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Work manshlp e CRAIG HOCKER r