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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1- J t L VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH II 19023PM NO3 NEWS NOTES President Roosevelt Is finishing an other book T6 fatuous brood marc Duohem deal at Nashville Wm Clayton was mysteriously mur dered at Richmond Vow John Ruth commuted suicide In Ow en county by cutting ble throat Prince Henry soot an Immense lau T ret wreath to Gen Grants tomb Peaches from South Africa were placed on the market at Chicago W D Hodges a prominent Hardin county farmer committed suicide A woman and her nine children wore burned to death at Malane Quebec Arkanas will erect tho first State building at the St Louis World Fair Three Negro boy at Mayfleld stole a horse killed It and told the hide for 8150 Minnie Maddcrn Flake tho actress waj seriously Injured by a fall in St Louie t Tho removal of mow In Now York this Winter has coat tbo municipality 700000 Three masked robber murdered an aged man at Saxonburg Pa and tor tured hll wife Patrick McOlnnii a St Lout brute wound up a drunk by killing his wife and then himself David Kyle postmaster at Hotbaway this State was killed by a train at North Bead Ohio J PierX nt Morgan bought tbo tam ouk Garland collection of Orient porce e lain valued at 11000000 It is reported that the L N will erect a carlialldlog plant at Pensacola Fla to cost half a million dollar The tax books of Fayette show that there are only 107 diamonds In the county and they are valued at 132000 The Audubon Society of llllnol will notify the milliner of Chicago to cease citing bird skins for bonnet deoora done under penalty of prosecution An organization has been formed in New York to secure funds for further lag education la the South They at red have 11000000 at their disposal Plans have been completed for an early return of 13600 veteran sol diet from the Philippine Gen Chat fee will still have a standing army of 32000 e Lieut Gen Molhuen was wounded and captured by the Boer near Win burg Three Hrlllih onlcert and 33 men were killed Qvo British officers and 72 men were wounded and one British officer and 200 men are mlising IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Tr Boggs Ii dead In Madison Lebanon Red Men lodge has sue pended Tho pest house near Uargln was burned by inccndlarlr Patrick Grady a wealthy retired business man of Richmond Is dead Lewis Trlplelt aged 80 and for 63 years a resident ofColumbia is dead Slim Ilosklns has been appointed postmaster at Grecnmcmt Laurel coun ty Tbo aged mother of L E Hunt of Somerset died at her home at Chattanooga of heart trouble A dormitory will be built close to Union College Barbourvlllo It will contain 36 rooms and cost 110000 Kato Morrison Infant daughter of Mr and Mr Morrison Brecklnridge dlevi Saturday night of dsrebral Infan tile paralysis Advocate o Photographer E U Fox bas pur chased an Albert Stair Harry Electric RctoucblBR Pencil It Is a new levee tion and tbe pobcil makes 5000 strokes per hour AdvbcaUJ S Too compaay Mustered in at Brad fordsvllle Saturday took the name of the Raynlerseo Guards J E Willis UctpUln and W T Purdy and W Ws Sparrow first and second lieutenants S V Rowland Roaeral manager of t the Plttman Coal Co with kaadquar tore In Danvlllo has received Informa ttion to the effect that another rich coal has been discovered on the com panys territory U Laurel county Frank Cecil of Bell county was indicted by tbo January grand jury fat Frankfort for connection with the Ge4 bel murder He has disappeared and 4 Gpv Beckbam has declined to make for the return of Lee Tur oer DANVILLE AND VICINITY The Danville Steam Laundry has made tome Important Improvements in Its Ironing department In the three colored schools of Dan villa there Bro over 700 children en rolled and over 1600 children in tbo white schools Mr C M Rico left Saturday for Hot Springs Ark to remain several month for hie health Mrs Rloo and Little Miss Hattie left for Husionvillo to visit relatives Mr June 11 Reid hoe resigned hla position with Druggist John B Stout and will travel for a Loulsvlllo tobaoeo Crm His family will move to Hutton vlllo Mr Reid Is a good businessman and wlll doubtless make a flue travel log salesman Dr Napoleon Bonaparte Riley the Washington county cancer tpocls llstls In jail In Danville In a conversation with the iNrmtiort JOUHNAL reporter he said that ho had cured a number of cases of cancer of long standing In Boyle and Lincoln counties dad had thereby acquired a largo and growing practice During his visits according to his own story ho met Miss Ella Mosoloy who resides back of Parks vllle In the knob Although tbo doe tor Is about 80 years of age and bas but one eye be made progress rapidly and his rivals wore compelled to Go way baok and sit down Ho said they turned green wltb envy Tho other night ho called upon Miss Moselcywho is a splendid young lady and formerly resided In Washington county and was enraged when hostarted away to ODd his horses mano and tall clipped Be lieving that Calvin Altsman a young man in the neighborhood who bad born bis strongest rival bad committed the deed the old man went after him wltb a Winchester rifle and two bill revolt are When Alumio opened the door and saw the specialist loadud down with artillery he refused to come outside but later swore out a warrant against bimifhe trial camo before Judge Prewltt Saturday morning and Dr RI- ley confessed to carrying concealed deadly weapons and was fined 6A and given a jail sentence of lOdays Robt Mottley brother of tbe young lady In question swore out a warrant charging Cabin Aluman with carrying concealed deadlY weapons and his trial will probably be bold tblswcok Dr Riley was so ashamed of his horse which ho valued at 1100 that ho sold the animal to Constable Jacob Clem for 120 No evidence could be secured to warrant tbe belief that Calvin Altsman had sheared tOe horse Dr Riley stated that bo bad oared Ike Phillips and James Stewart of Rowland Lincoln aunty of cancer as well as others In that locality THANKS thechange of eel tore the people of Meroer county lose lone of tbe bast and most pronounced sue oB88e In the journalistic field in Kentucky W P Walton endear hlmsqll oven on sport notlco to his readers and we aro not surprised that the people of Lexington after having him In that Hold for ascaion have made It possible for him to remove there and devote till entire time to his pot enter prUo Danvlllo News When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know that you need a dose of ChumboralnA Stomach and Liv er Tablets They will cleanto your stom act Improve your appetite and make you feel like a new man They are easy to take being sugar coated and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig t Hooker drug gists A turf statistician figures that the get of Str DIxon won 105082 60 on the American turf last season and the do scendents of Hanover 1103243 Their English winnings swell tbo total of Sir DIxon to lOtt ICO 60 and that of Han over to 1184000 4 You will never wish to take another dose of pills If you onco try Chamber lans Stomach and Liver Tablets They aro easier to take and more pleasant in of feet They cleanse the stomach andreg elate tbo liver and bowels For sale by Craig Ilocker druggists A passenger train on the Southern Pacific loft the track near Maxon Sta tion Tax Fifteen people wero killed and 28 injured f The Finest CakeI Is made with Royal Bak ing Powder sweet pure eg wholesome i y The LANCASTERI handkerchief sale the Saturday before Easter ombryonlcdrUlllht matrimony Rev J L MnClunir of Paint Lick preached at the Prwbyterlao church Sunday evening The city oouuull dispensed a lot of coal ton number of Ngroas found In u destitute condlllou- Tba Ladle Aid Society of the Christian church win meet next sn unloy with Mm Jennie West Joe Faulconer will soon open u stock of merchandise In tbo store room ro coolly vacated by the Russians Jew Mr Margaret Uobbs has resigned her position la me Telephone Ex makingHerbert seated here Thursday night 13tb It Is said to surpass Porter J Whites Eld A R Mooro preached to a good congregation at tho Christian church Sunday morning on Tongea of Fire evening The Brevity of Life Miss Claudia Peters one of tbe pri mary teachers at the graded school bas been quite III and her place has boon filled by Miss Willie Bella Burn sideProf BurrU Jenkins president ot Kentucky University will be here Sun day March 30 and will preach morn Ing and evening at the Christian church Jas Clark a successful farmer of this vicinity raised 0705 pounds of to bacco on ut acres This sbowsGarrard to be one of the leading counties In this product MUs Battle B MoCreary and James W Lawson of this county were mar led at the home of the bride on the 7th They will reside In the Ham mack neighborhood youngladlesdame this week A certain widower will doubtless be elevated to the 7th heaven by her presence Miss Addle Frost a recently return ed missionary is to bo In this city on Wednesday April 1 and deliver a lecture at tbe Christian church that eve ning Tbo address will be In the Interest of the C W B M A letter has boon received from Rev Cbumbloy of Hanover county Va ac cepting the call to the Presbyterian church at this place A house has been rented for his use and he and his fam ily wilt arrive about the middle of AprilMr and Mrs W H Klnnalrd have born been confined to their room but are somewhat Improved Judge Moss of Ploeville brother of W B Moss of HatpletBrownstill lies very low at the home of tbe late M H GUI At the time of Mr Gills death Mr Brown lay In an un conscious condition TheSouthorn Mineral Company of Lancaster was Incorporated Dover Del Saturday March 8 with a cap 1 tenof 500000 The object of the concern Is thejdevclopment mineral lands market God wino coke etc The incorporator are L F Hubble W H Klnnalrd J M Loganall of this place N W Morrow of Philadelphia and G F Kimball of Wilmington Del Rev J C Mosaic the lato Baptist pastor here now of Mansfield O Is reported in tbo Cincinnati Enquirer to bayo recently refused to marry a cou plo of that city because one of the can didates was a divorced person He stat ed ho could not conscientiously nor scrlpluraily officiate at such marriages and bo Is to bo highly commended for having the courage of bis convictions- M H GUI died suddenly of pneu monia Saturday morning after an Ill ness of less than two days While bo had been In declining health he was on the streets two days previous and a doctor was not called till tbo evening before his death He was 69 years of ago and leaves a widow and one daughter Mrs Juliet Rogers The funeral was held at the residence Sunday afternoon by Rev James McClung and the interment followed in the Lancaster cemetery Miss Allene Hudson of Danville is tho guest of Miss Elizabeth M Hudson Mrs Frank Bacon and little eOn leavo shortly for a six weeks stay In Lexington Mrs M D Hughes has gone to Spokane Wash to visit her daughter Mrs Percy Noland Mrs F L Clifford of Rnllegh N C is vis king Mrs E W Greebam Charles Collier entertained the Junior Social Club Friday evening Waller Hudson and Lewis Herndon of Central Uni versity were at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Tommlo Francis visited Miss Nettle Wray of Stanford Mrs AehbyWarronial N B Price has been with his brother Dr A S Price of Stanford Hon R H Tomllneon made a short visit home Saturday Col W S Forgurson of Covlcgtoo will arrive this week to superintend his farming Inter ese In tbe county MR OWEN McjNTYRE Of the Danville Advocate can grind out as much If not more readable copy than any of the younger members pf the tripod of Kentucky Ho bas a splendid nose for news and an Item never conies In bin direction without his getting It He ta making the local columns of the Advocate fairly bristle with news while his editorIals are al ways cleancut and Interesting He Is very popular with both sexes Is a bard worker and Is as clever as men get to be MIDDLEBURG Mrs Martha Lucas Is very poorly Mr McD Royalty Is visiting John Marples In Loulsvlllo Rev J B Ferrell preached at tbe Baptist church Saturday Sunday and Sunday night The melted snow raised streams to top of banks Friday and Saturday No mill at this place Saturday as a re cult Rev L R Godbey requests us to state that Rev Joshua Taylor will fill the pulpit at the M E church each tat Sunday of tbe month from this on An effort Is being made to have a coral free mall delivery route established hero the circuit being from Middle burg to Huilonvllle and return A pe titian Is gaining signatures rapidly O L Prulu has bought of E S Fisher his house and lot In town Mr Pruitt will erect a store building on the lot and mako other necessary Improve meats on the dwelling He will bring his family here In a few weeks Despite the Inclemency of the weath er a crowded house witnessed tbe Banjo Contest ttt Keeneys Hall Saturday night There warts three prizes The judges were Lincoln Wells J J Lucas and Robert Walls The first and see ODd prises were won by Frank Lewis and Batlev Brleaoe both of Parksvllle William Laobam of this place won third prize Mr Lowle the winner of the prize carried off second honors at the Worlds Fair Chicago In 93 and what be doesnt know about a banjo Isnt worth knowing He rendered several pieces ot his own composition His singing was very good Young BrUcoo the winner of too second prize U a student of Lewis and bids fair to equal If not oollpsu the latter gentle man In a few years HUBBLE Eggs are worth lOc In our town and chickens Oc Mrs Sallto Cooley bas a sow that is milking all the cows on Cherry street H J Luco has been on the grip list Miss Ethel Carman has gone to Lex ington to visit her sister Elder A R Moores subject for next Sunday afternoon at this place Is Who is the Angel of Revelations A M Luce sold James McKechnle a mule for 645 T C Rankin sold his wheat to Baughman Jr Co at 92c M B Eubanks bought a bqrso of H B Cox for 875 JaB McKecbnle has been claiming since his ankle was sprained that be could not get around very well but tbe other lay wbllo his boys were cutting posts a tree fell toward him and Ma was seen jumping briars and bushes at a 240 gall A good number of our citizens are going to have phones put In their jwoll lags as soon as tbe Bastln Telephone Co can get time to put tbem In The good service given by tbe Lancaster office with the attentive and untiring Mrs Maggie Hobbs as office manager delights all of her partrons and causes others to want to bo connected with the exchange which Mr Oastln as manager Is arranging to give cheap and ex tensive service PNEUMONIA CAN BE PREVENTED This disease always results from a cold or an attack of the grip and may be pre vented by the timely use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy was ofIla grippe of tbe past years not a single cue has ever been reported that did not recover or that resulted in pneu mania which shows It to be a certain pre ventive of that dangerous disease For sale by Craigt Ilocker druggists or K i 4=I i 11To Look Prosperous I lti jIsnext door to being solbr good clothes oftenf1 ji1help n man on in the world t We can give you n prosperous appearance m without much cost I fowiJ 1- fiiiI t TO AT THE GLOBE I J Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing it Your money back It youre not satisfied E mILLER fflRSCH Danville JlPi 3 VAd1=vW aJ Wf= New Styles in Spring Clothing Latest Patterns and Newest CutsSuitst- o Suit Everybody Come in and look over our stock whether you want to buy or not It costs nothing to look wo are glad to show you- 1o clothing fits like ours See the pretty new suits in our Wind- owsCumminsr s McClary I Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug scryice are we believe those Competency quality courteousness mull a fair profit policy We on i deavoito give all these tho fullest expression While in same things thcrois31ogitimato need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlytho highest yet our prices arc apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug StoreStanford 1 Thos Rankin President Ky 11 fall Creek Mi Incorporated sprinfciOil Gds Co r 1CapitalAssessable Territory 3596 Aores OFFICERS KyJKyFKyJMillsprings Our territory is situated only a quarter t fa mile from tbo Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and in a lino between it and the Paroell Wens five miles to the south It is on tbe river and pipe lino andiconsists of 360 acres owned ia fee limplo hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid In developing territory For informa lion prospectus or stock address F t1 Rankin Seey CENTRAL OIL GAS mINING CO I Of Lexington Kentucky U N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich W II Clay VicePrcs Lexington A P f Gooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington TUOJ F Kelly Sec Treas Our holdings conslstjof about 5030 acresl In Wayne county Ky aboutone and 1 onobalf miles from the great Sunnybrook field about 6000 acres in county f Kyand 600 acres in Licking Valley in IHth county close up to Ragland whore we have two producing wells the average of the territory In that locality We havePstarted to drill in all three counties and expect to strike oil In every well We still acquiring very valuable Iuds In addition to those already secured and lying la t close proximity to the greatest developments in the state A limited amount of the treasurYltockwill be sold at5 a share par value of shires 910 each This stock will we confidently believe bo selling for psr in thirty days THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commissioner fvh Id DUtrlct sublect to the will of the dcnocricr THE Confederate reunion will occur at Dallas Texas this year at tbe earliest date It was ever held April 2225 The ranks of the dear old fellow who wore the gray aro being rapI- dly thinned and each year sees man of the faces of the last meeting miss- Ing It will not be long before the last of them answers to the roll call aod rests with Jackson under the shade of the trees Every one therefore who can attend the Dallas meeting snoul do so It will probably bo the last of a great many of them and they should give their friends the pleasure of once more beholding them In the flesh Let every old Confect begin now to dust off his gray suit and be ready to march with the boys In April the pleasant est time In all the year in the LOD- eStar State RHODE ISLAND has sot a good exam pie In amending her statutes so as to require two years residence as a pre Hmlnary to application for divorce A sentiment is crvsiallztng in favor of denial of divorce for caules antedating residence In the State where applies tlon for divorce Is made If remarriage of the guilty party to the divorce were added to that a substantial check would e be placed upon the social domorallza tlon now prevalent In consequence of the ease with which marriage oblige tions may be assumed and discarded SOME 20 years ago Rev George O Barnes preached for months In Breath Itt county and converted so many people that lawlessness became almost un known and the courts had little or nothing to do Since tben another generation has come in which seems more bloodthirsty than the first for there have been 11 killings in the coun ty since Christmas Evidently another evangelist Is needed there A RCSSELLVILLE dispatch states that It Is the lotentlon of Marmaduke B Bowden to enter the ministry of the Methodist church South Changes for the better must have come over Duke since be was here last Summer as one of the orators on the business mens train He wasnt bad then but he wouldnt have passed for a theolog L THE Harrodsburg Democrat under the editorship of Charles M Lewis Is to return to a weekly publication We do not think the move is a judicious one but If Brer Lewis will retain the services of his splendid local editor Mr bard Grimes we will register no kick whatever but on the contrary go on enjoying the excellent paper IT Is telegraphed from Lancaster that Hon R H Tomllnson Is a candidate for lieutenant governor We have good reasons to believe that there Is a mistake about the matter however should ha run ho will have strong backlog In Lincoln county who will fight for the splendid old democrat to the last ditch THE president has decided that his daughter is attracting too much atten Lion for one so young and he has called oil the trip to the coronation of King Edward A good conclusion Too much attention to Miss Alice might detract some from Teddy A MULTIMILLIONAIRE Filipino Is said to have offered to give 1500000 to each American army officer who will marry his daughters If the tall look any thing at all like croaiurea the rich Filipino will soon have eons Inlaw to spare A LEGISLATOR said to us the other day that he believed that no appropria tion would be made for a capitol build- Ing this session and that the removal of the capital will be an Issue In the election of the next General Assem bly THEY do some queer things up In Ohio At Upper Bandusky the coronet of two counties stopped the funeral of a young woman suspected of hav tug been a victim of a criminal oper ation and began holding an Inquest TUB Legislature will adjourn sine die a week from today Not a great deal of work has been done but as what a Legislature idle to do Is frequently better than what 1 does we suppose there is no cause for complaint VERNON RICHARDSON has resigned as city editor of the Dsnvllle News and will devote his entire attention to the law He Is an exeedlngly bright young man and will Iu well In any vocation he may choose Miss LOTTA GKEENCP gets crowds for her father George W Greenup candidate for Congress In the First to speak to by accompanying him and glv leg selections on her violin THE republicans of Louisville are a greedy set With republican papers like the Post and Commercial they are not even satisfied and there Is talk of another to be started soon POLITICAL Tho bill to classify the rural free de livery system passed the House The Farrls anilcigarette bill was de coaled In the Senate by a vote of 18 to 12 Secretary of the Navy Long resign and Congressman W H Moody ofI Massachusetts has accepted the port folioIt Is said President Roosevelt will send a special message to Congre setting fortbjhls views on the Cuban tariff question The German press with the excel tlon of the Socialists praise In higher terms Prince Henrys reception in tbe United States and his democratic cot duct Oov Well of New York has removed the sheriff of Kings county lor making a proviso before election to appoint a certain man to a position uo der him The Nowcomb House bill Croatia two new circuit judges for Loulsvlll was unanimously adopted by the Sec ate The bill Is now ready for the lOVe ernors signature The democrats In Congress are sax lous that Agulnaldo and other prowl font Filipinos be brought to Washing ton to present their views of the con dltlona In the Islands President Roosevelt has rcqucstc the members of the Cabinet not to talk of cabinet meetings to newspaper mono Ho himself wfll give out whatever information ho may consider proper Senator Vest delivered a carefull prepared speech In opposition to tbe Ship Subsidy bill He pointed outtba England pays no subsidy to her ship and she dominates the carrying trade of tho world- Secretary Root has ordered Gov Wood of Cuba to come to Washlag ton at his earliest conveniences to con fer in regard towinding up the mllftarj government and the establishment of the Cuban republic The Senate passed the bill approprl atlng 815000 for a State fair and the bill creating the office of assistant Com monwealths attorney In Jefferson county The Carroll asylum bill was defeated The governors nominations for trustees of the Agricultural and Mechanical College were confirmed The House passed tho Child Labor bill after a lively debate The Kentucky Revenue bill passed the House yesterday with ono vote tc spare Some expedition will bo requlr ed to got It through the Senate The St Louts Exposition bill was adversely reported but was ordered to its second reading Gov Beckbam signed the Double Liability Repeal bill which thereby became a law Tho Senate passed the Asylum Appropriation bills NEWS NOTES Clayton Wheeler was probably fatal ly shot by George Murray in Clinton countyA of freight handlers which Ii expected to Involve 10000 men was Inaugurated In Boston It Is said J Plerpont Morgan will send the yacht Columbia across the ocean to race against anything alloat boat for boat Mail advices report that an entire Japanese army corps numbering 210 afflcer and men froze to death In the snow during a mountain march The coroners jury after Investlgat log the Park avenue Hotel fire in New York has reported that the house was not properly equipped for the safety of suesta Reports received by the Agricultural Department Indicate that the corn crop of 1901 was the smallest with one ex caption In 20 years The wheat crop was ono of the largest ever grown A list containing the name of every man who plays poker or gambles In anyway In Vlncennos Ind has been prepared by the police commsssloners of the town and In an effort to suppress the vice the persons designated will watchedJohn Rogers the police and fire lommleeloner removed from office by Mayor Duncan of Lexington has tak on the casento court He sues for Injunction to restrain the mayor from re novlng him or Interfering with his of Iclnl duties THE Somerset Journal thus jollies tho editor of this paper Replying to our taunt that Miss Cora Jones would become Mrs Brown right under the lose of the INTERIOR JOURNAL before 2d Walton would catch on the JOURNAL says Dont you believe It- we were onto the game before the young lady arrived Now we verily relieve that If Ed Is editing a newspa poI when the day of judgment comes he will manage to announce Gabriel hree days In advance From September 1 1001 to February 28 1002 Mrs L Klnkton of this city aye the Russellvllle News sold from two cows 110565 worth of milk and butter besides what was used by the tam Ily consisting of five members Ball oting thovalue of that used by the family as an offset to the cost of keep- Ing the cows the net result shows a profit of 832 GO per month Madge Shea a great girl after the allows Isnt she Marjorle Why that girl would have a man at her feet even if she bad to break a shoestring to do It New York Sn I i About Drinking The temperance question has never I been moro alive than at the present time but It seems to have taken on anew form Dr Lynmn Abbot favor local option as the only sane practl cal solution of the Sunday liquor prob lem In New York City Dr Isaac a wellknown temperance leader says that he would not make New York a prohibition city oven if he could do It by mandate He does not believe In an attempt to enforce such a law until the majority of the people are In favor of It In Great Britain the trend of the temperance question seems to be In a similar direction The United Kings dam alliance the most prominent tern perance body shows signs of a wide difference of opinion within Us ranks While some ol Us members are bold lair fast to tbo total abstinence ides others are Inclined to leave the alliance and join hands with any who aim at restricting rather than prohibiting the consumption ot liquor They say that moro people drink and on tho average drink more than for merly and yet there is less drunkenness prevalent Tbey bold that wise restriction conduces not to abstinence but to temperance that It controls ex cess and allows sociability without the license of sprees In the same tenor Is the opinion of Henry S Pritchett president of the Massachusetts Insti tute of Technology He claims to ad vocate true temperance and believes that the Interests of temperance aro better served by treating thb question of teetotalism as a less Important mat ter He prefers to have students congregate whore beer Is under control of the Institute than to have them go where the use of beer Is unlimited Few questions of the day are as Important as this Since prohibition Is Impossible It may be In the best ins eresta of temperance that fta advocates seek some practical to truo reformation irlsy and underhanded dealingI To Cure the Stnmmrrer It Is said that sUtnraorers rarely 4f over show Any impediment of speech when speaking In whispers On this fact n method of treatment has bceu dvocntcU which Is as follows For the first ton days spooking U prohibited rhlsvrlll allow rest to tho voice and constitutes the preliminary stage of treatment During the next ten days speaking Is pennleelblo In tho whisper lug voice and In the conrso of the next Utccn days the ordinary conversation al tone may be gradually employed Not le Illnmp She Saturday Is our sliver wedding Dont you think we ought to kill the ilg and have a feast He Kill the pig 1 1 dont see why tbe poor animal Is to blame for what nppone l twentyfive years IIIOlond- on TltUlts A Stay to Kin Fashionable Doctor out for a days shooting Never saw such luck Vhats the matter with tho birds 1- cnut kill ono of them Host Write em a prescription doc tori It is stated that when the husband la younger than the wife tbo offspring Is more apt to bo a girl than a boy MONUMENTS White Hronio Is to atone In the monument business what the Improved drop head sew log machine Is to the method or the car Is to the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your ones It Is very beabtttul with a trostedsllver all Pleao hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt GRAD ORCHARD KY PUBLIC SALE I On Thursday March 13- at two oclock p m I will offer for puli lie sale to the highest and best bidden the entire stock of Hardware Farm Implementsp- lows wagons harness and everything usually carried In a strictly firntclos up todate hardware store on the premises at the hardware store of the late J M Hlggln botham In Lancaster This sale will be made onethird cash and the balance In six and twelve months with approved se curlty The good will of the late firm will go with this tale and It bono of the very beat opportunities that could be presented toe anyone to enter Into the hardware busi ness tn Central Kentucky The sale Is made to settle estate of J M UlgglDbolbamlate ly deceased The large and splendid storeroom occupied by the business will also be rented at tho same tlmo and place for a term of two years Bald storeroom will be rented privately For Information apply to Oeo W on the premise or to the undersigned as administrator of J M Illggtnbotham deceased I1IOQINBOTUAM Admr S e S e al e e e S 1 e S e e e 5e e e j151 15115 s I Ss S S I e e e e to e re te e e e e S a tit V4 fit VakiesJirt I In every department at The Grand Leader this week I New black goods 42 inches Vide worth 1our i 75c pot yard pricei e Now black goods 10 inches wide worth 75 colts t price 30c a yard New crepons and Ettenuio weaves worth 125 go at 0 Newest Chambry ginghams till colors lOc yard 7eittl New mercerized ginghams all colors lOc yard Ladies fancy hose newest shades 10 15 25 and 85c fi line ladies walking skirts 160 260 iNew fiOO and 000 300100ithis week in Mend Clothing and hats r i f r0 i The Grand Leader Dry Goods CosOld Louisville Store Stand S B L6VU Manager fH jfL1NtiN ri 1 N tirNVN 9 lVU1NN Opt- S 1Ii r ie e t e e e 1411iISISs et e es e S tSill 1 ee 11 Sill t e e e e e e Vii i Vii S SS1r biQa1oticsiugntersaie I black Thibet suits SO vnlue 225 lions very fro pure Iln8snits silk or satin lined worth at 51115e S3 suits cut to Brie Mens 81 shirts cut tAl itfc and jrM JjjsS2shiojjttoj5c PnESH shipment of Roasted Coffee Crackers Cake Candles Fruits Eta Open Kettle New Orleans and Maple Syrups at niuclns tMcKinney TELEPHONE FRANCHISE OH 6ATDUDAY MAROH 21 INS at 1 oclock P M I will otter at public ace tion In front of the Court House door It fraricbUe or privilege to construct vstab Ilea maintain and operate a telephone sJs tern In the city of Stanford Kentucky Bald sale ti made as follows AN ORDINANCE To provide for the tale of the franchise or privilege to construct establish main taWand a telephone system in the elty of ttanford Ky- The pity Council of tho City of Stanford Ky do ordain at follows ttEOTtOMl That there shall be told to the highest and best bidder for the term of twenty 10 years a franchise or privilege to construct establish maintain and oper ate a telephone system tor public and private use In the city of Stanford including- the necessary condulu inbwayi and man holes wires poles and other equipment and also the right of way over along un der through and In the struts avenue RUes pub square bridges and other public places In said city for the purpose of running the subways manholes poke wires and other equipment necessary to coastruct establish maintain and operate said telephone system In the city of Stanford In accordance with the conditions terms and limitations ot this ordinance SECTIONS That It shall be the duty of prhlIlle best bidder sit oclock 11 on Saturday Uarca 22 1002 before the Court House door In Stanford Ky after having given notice thereof by advertisement for ten lOJ days In tho Interior Journal and In which notice be will lasert thisordinance and he will reo n jrl to ho City Council the bids received by him for Its approval and tho said City Council reserves the right for nod on bq half of the city to reject any and all bids for said franchise or privilege and in case the bid reported by the said Mayor shall be rejected by tha city council It direct by resolution or ordinance said franchise or privilege to be again offered for sale from time to time until a satisfactory bid shall be and approved or of the bids offeredl In 1U discretion- tlacrioNl Before the said franchise or privilege shall be vested In the bidder whose may be accepted by tho city council a contract shall be Into between the city and said bidder setting out the terms conditions and limitations upon which said franchise or privilege shall be granted and containing stipulations necessary to pro tect tho and to require of the bidder fulfillment of said conditions and limita tloDa and the city council reserves the to Insert in sdd contract such Upu fattens concerning the time In which the work shall begin after the acceptance of tbo bid and the prlco to be charged for tele phones to Its subscriber tbo time at the expiration of which said telephone system shall be In operation the manner and places la which said poles shall be erected bow much of said wires shall be placed underground and at what point manholes shall be constructed and such other conditions and limitations as the said council may by ordinance direct SECTION 1 That the franchise or prlvl lego provided In this ordinance when said contract Into shall not bo COP strued as being In any way exclusive or as preventing the city council of the city of Stanford from providing for the sale of slm liar franchisee or privileges to other persons orapanles or corporations and this limita tion inserted la any contract en tered Into between the city of Stanford And such person corporation or company SECTION 5 This ordinance shall tako effect from and after Its passage and publl atlon as required by law Passed by city March B 1002 A II FLORENCE Mayor L It HUOI1E9 Clerk y 1tcrIfnrmsprice1nprinter has mAde no mis take In this THERACKET STORE Ladies 8126 show out to Hflo boo pair tic linon cull at lOc Carpet nwUingn anti ImriMM at priced t- t j- Ntrrifiring alioow gingham brown and blenched cotton rut to 4n yard Mfnn and lathes conrve lb es l9r u I MURRAY McADAMS DArIhE LEADING JEWELERS DANVILLE The largest and most tp stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky We are also Graduate Opticians and cnn fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Three cxperi 1isfnctionJ Watch Bargains r w sHaving an oversupply of Gold Filled Watches 20 and 25 year cases and also Solid Gold Ii I Ladies Watches I shall sell any of J at a great discount Cut glass thel11i I i china mantel clocks go also WoHi MUELLER I W B McROBERTS I DRUGGIST t Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils M OPERAHOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY rl Our Line of fI Groceries Hargwaro hinawarer Quecnsware Tinware Glassware Etc I Is now Complete The best soccted line that could be had is now on Display GEORGE H HARRIS A CO M r MTHESTANFORD Kv MAK 11 1002 t usothoI dons and with proper caro We could not do batter It yon paid us doublo tbo t price which la always reasonable Pen Drug Store PERSONALS LexingtonIvllle Mit LEI MYERS Is III of pneu monia s COL W G WELCH spent several days In Danville JOHN II SHANKS was over fro Lexington last week DR W F PHILLIPS of Clay we hero at court yesterday Miss LIZZIE COLE of Winchester li with Miss Annlo Ponce Miss MAUDE BEST of the Wet End Is with tbo Mines Lutes MR D G PoilTMAN and children of Liberty were hero yesterday Mn VINCENT ARNOLD worked sev eral days In the Rowland office FRED CARSON has secured a position with W U Lillard In Danville MRS ANNIE ENQLEUAN Is visiting Mrs Kit Cbenault at Richmond t LEWIS RUSSELL little ion of J T Jones U very III with pneumonia Miss CETTIE THURMOND U visiting her sister Mrs May In Somerset MR J F TUDOR of Ford spent Sunday with his mother In this county COL D W TRIIIHLE of Richmond spent several days with relatives hero JOHN II MEIRR and MUs Freda Meier of Danville were hero yester dayMItND MRS RAY FLAIU of Dan rills spent Sunday with O JNewland and family ST CLAm OAMI tILL left Somerset last Sunday for Seattle Wash to seek his fortune JNEtts come that Mr W II Murphy a pretty homo near MoKln Texas Heading Cub will meet with fooyoclock Battle Paxton Saturday afternoon fl Wnrm of Denver Is with bs r Will White the raerahant r prlnee of Lytle I T T MARTIN of Lexington was hero last week attending court and vu Itlng his parents MR AND MRS W II WBAHBN will moo to their pretty home on Bast Main la a few days Miss MAOOIE TRAYLOR opened her b private school at Goehen yesterday with about 90 scholars Miss DAISY VANDBVHHH wont to Louisville yesterday to take a position In Beards millinery storebTUB MUses Straub are beck from Louisville and Cincinnati whore they bought stacks of millinery SANFORD M ALLEN of Mflio burg spent Sunday with his wlfo and daughter at Mr E P Woods JAMBS W BLANICENSHII of W ford Is with his father Mr IIeb Blankeniblp In the Knit End T J NORTH who Is a guard at the 1Frankfort penitentiary was at homo but Is out again MKSSIIB WOODTORD Pow woo D Jesse Logan and J E Hume of Dan ville were Sunday visitors hero MR JOHN TRAYLOR suffered a slight stroke of facial paralysis Saturday but be was able to como to court yesterday RON JOiti SAM OWSIEY wont to Nashville yesterday to see his on- laflaw Mr W R Manlor who U very J B WILLIS Heath Wit and little Miss Nancy Willis of Crab Orchard are visiting relatives In Lex I ington MRS BETSY NEVIUS suffered a stroke of paralysis this morning and I falling broko one of her arms Shots J In a very dangerous condition JAMES C ENOLEMAN 000 of Stan ford best noun two went to Louis vllle Sunday to take a position with Pllnko the Market Street Jeweler localICo sod Ernest Carter has been promoted to traveling salesman for t company Tim sad news comes that Ed McCar t ty son of Mr W L McCarty of Klngsvlllo Is critically 111 of poeum0 nia fever at Ada I T It Is also fear that be balllmaUpox- MESSltS J C COULTER Dink and I Hawk Wilkinson F PCbmbest T Bell W C Myers and James Gibe wore some of Caseys solid citizens who attended court hero yesterday MRS CHARLES WHEELER of Hua I tonvllle spent several days la Lexing her son Dr Carl Lowls rWheeler Sbo went from there to Cincinnati to buy Spring and Summer mllllnqry MR E W REYNOLDS of Alaska who married Miss Annie Singleton a few days ago spent several days In the I Wayncaburg section Ho la a cousin of Assessor Reynolds and has done well In the Klondike Dns E J BROWN of this place M Poaoln too of Mt Vernon left last night for New York and Philadelphia to remain a month attending leetu I taking special courses etc Dr Percy Benton of Brodheod also went L iss SUE WONER Is down with rbeu J J BOWMAN of Danville paid us a substantial call this morning willberothis morning for Casey to visit rela elves Miss PANTY ROYSTON of Garrord was registered at tbo St Aeaph last night J K pouthisprinting ALFRED HIQUINS and Caswoll Sauf UnlverlItyMRS T L CARPENTER and son Ray of Hustonvllle spout yesterday with Mrs D J Pinkerton qunter Mlttlo Louise of Nashville ore ureJAMES E BATES and wife of Somer set are hero to attend the burial of Mr James Hilton this afternoon W FRANK MCKINNEY did so well during court that Sheriff Baughman secured his services permanently MRS BBRDA MARTIN BANDInG of Lynchburg Va Is visiting her par Data Mr and Mrs S H Martin in Rockcastle G T Goocil JR who runs a hotel livery stable blacksmith shob etc at Wayncsburg was hero yesterday beAart Salter Jr of Danville and her pretty baby Elizabeth Turnornppcar ed In Saturdays Louisville Poet It L buputfor his father Mr J D Myers of ihu West End Mr Myers makes the fence at Moreland LOCALS WANTBD Hens at Co A B Flor ence 2t S JUlioreuelTqd FARMilitsSte what coal you need before you get busy wltb your plowing J II Baughman t Co FOR root or sale toe house vaoet by B C Walton Good stable ba garden Apply at this oltlce FlDDLKRB wishing to solar the con test nt Mt Xenln Tuesday will write to- W L Dawson Stanford Ky THHRU was a wholesale runaway In town Saturday afiernbon but wo aro glad to lAY nobody was hurt MANLY ALHKIUIIT of Brodhea- writes that bo will give an old fiddlers oontost on Saturday night March 90 FRIBNDS of William Hamilton Jeweler will God him well fixed 1 8 at 20 West Main Lexington Os Tint Junction City Stave Co ball erected a ruUtoctlal business bouso Wrsl borg IIaboa mill at Junction City THE merchants and others hero who lesurq ep will redeem all script that Is now out WANTEDb0 horses and mules 4 8 years old fat and ready I will bo at W S Dryos table Hustonvlllo Kyl on Wednesday and Thursday March 12 and 13 Joo Jordan 5 TilE Grand Leader Dry Goods Chad o a bad day for their opening Saturday but they did a very good business notwithstanding Their store was thronged with buyers all day yesterday houIIIsome 810 or wore taken from the pock ate of his poets which hung near h bed Some valuable pipers are also missing J b10MULLINEI McMulllo aged about 65 died near Waynesburg Saturday morning after a long confinement to his room His alto died some flvo year aKa but two soniaro left tomou a kind and Indulgent tether Mr b Mulllo was a consistent member of ti Baptist church a strong democrat a a good citizen OatPROIZrr of Hustonvllle who bought out Jones k Wheat at Middle burg abode us A nlco order for station cry In his letter ho says be has pur Rodd a at onco Ho la well satisfied with his prospects and h ieof many Lincoln county friends hope ho boywill make money A ofschedule has been made In the star routo between Stanford and MoKlnnoy Mall now leaves hero at 045 or 1G minutes earlier than torn ly and arrives at McKlnnoy at 11 Returning It leaves McKlnnoy at 216 p H and Is duo to arrive horn at Mr L P Smith tbo mall carrier a good vehicle and will carry peso aa gore at a very reasonable charge 5 WE hope the sad fate of Mrs Char lotto Leo of Warsaw Indx111 not have a tendency to make the go petltlandprayerborworntee8 a sad foot while doing that which the good book directs Roosts for rent over Hlgglns Mo Klnnoys store WANTED a gameshoulders and sides John P Jones WAGON harness ollarsand all kinds of plow KearJ O McClary ODD seta of plates at very low prices to close Seo thorn Ceo H Ferris d Co WILL sell millet bay at 3So per 100 nds for a few weeks to reduce stock Baughman k Co TilE Buffalo Oil Co A D Florence lecreltaryIn yenlerilays Louisville Post ALL ministers of gospel aro re ested to sit on the stage at Waltons Opera House tonight during the loot o of Mr Tate Gee L Carpenter Tim Hutcblns OilCobegun to boro Friday on their lease In Knox county near saltheday to remain a few days E C BOUGB Nlcbolasvllle bought tho assigned took of merchandise at Valley View of Coeby k Carpenter for speculation Quad location for some one Dig lumber center besides Lock IS building 2t A COSTLY beadon collision occurred Shepherdslahero at 1262 p M did not arrive until 7 Nobody was killed In the wreckbut vccnl trainmen were more or lose rt by Jumping KGGSMr J K Ashley of McKinney Is going to deal extensively eggs and will pay the highest marks bycitteensAnd refers merchants and others here to the First National Dank of Stan OraInSHERIFF OWBNS not hie de linquent tax list yesterday because u an error In tbo date advertised Ou MoodayIarabhave been lOib The sale will Wacoda dateb A CoRRBCTION our repo last Inue wo stated that in the case of Mrs G A Swinebroad versus tbo ex ecutors of Grcenbsrry Bright concert- Ing a legacy the Jury found for th plaintiff when we should have sal defendants It to monstrous easy for butdth timehHILTON James Hilton died at b yeorGosnen this afternoon A wlfo and several children survive the good bus band and father Mr Hilton was a member In good standing of the Lt ingston Maccabco lodge and a numb of his brothers of that order aro to attend his burial Rev W E sold wilt preach the funeral after which tbo Maccabees will take char of the body toIN order to got ourpapers to sub scribers earlier wo hanged the ho of publication from 0 A M to 3 P Tuesdays and Fridays some months ago as our readers well know but tho change did not bring about the desired result and In a short time probably next Issue wo will go back to the old bour It suits us much better to prl In the afternoon but If our patrons prefer a morning paper and can Jet It convonlad readerse In 0IN the county court yesterday Mrs probateaIther three children except a gold wa Is given her granddaughter Klt Huffman MUs Mary McAfees wl llof hoc1co t bradth too profits during his life tlmo After his death A D Simpson the Now York missionary and Christian alliance advo cate Is to be the beneficiary She names H J Darer as executor and W T Smith and Miss Emily Dudderar are witnesses to tbo Instrument The will Hlgglns Kelley leaving his proper ty to bis son Frank Kelley was also disposed of- CtRCUtTCot1RTTha case of Alex Martin administrator of his son Waiter Martin against the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co on trial 30when we went to press Friday result In a verdict for 15000 Mr Martin was killed by lightning while In the hoeporch of Isaac Hamiltons storo at and plaintiff claimed that lightning left the telepbono wire which was attached to the building and caused Martins death The suit was for 20000 Ellen Craig charged nameiewas given ono year Jack Downey charges with forging a peso on the L S N bad his case demurred on a tech nicality but was held over to the next grand jury DlMcHoberLe DONT forget that wocarry best assortment shown of embroideries and laces John P Jones D M FERRYS coed la bulk and package Best assortment we have handled Hlgglns S McKlnnoy SPRING has come gentle Annie and It looks like Judge Bailey was right when ho said the backbone of Winter Is brokenIDONT fall to DonJames A Tate of Nashville at Waltons Opera Houeo tonight Everybody Invited Admission free Wodge Morrow cooteatdemocrats thus scoring a victory L 1 THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange ft Title Co has a number of cbolco farms and town residences fore or rent See adon fqurtb page Nor an arrest for drunkenness yes terday and an lmmea e crowd was In town at court No doubt about Stand for being the bent little city on top of dirt BUTTERFLY Tbo warm sun of Sunday brought out a butterfly Mr Henry Blankensblp of tbe Preachorsvllle section told us It was too weak to fly much however FOR Pair16 handbap horses well matched work anywhere double or single Old Hickory wagon good as now and heavy set of harness Will sell on six months time good note Frank McKinney T W NAPIER of lobe East End said to us yesterday that the tree on J T Hackleys farm Is but a sapling com pared to a big sycamore on his place w hich measures four feet and two ches In circumference SOME scamp tried to steal Armp Sundayr outda Seeingre horse thief took to his heels rtFR011 Indications at present too largest crowd that has gathered at Waltons Opera House lo years will bo there to enjoy tbe old fiddler contest Followingdso Cooley Rowland Ben P Martin Mt Darettowafeam and Tack Nail I I printedsand ochoolof Suggestive Therapeutics Louisville eont by W W Withers formerly of this place who Is treasurer of tbo enterprise Tbo other oncers placeerStanfordnrHill Spalding Is counsel The school pictureg0Shows It to bo a handsome building mfire knees PapaNo I didnt notice Just where bo lit Chicago Dally News Col D W Tribble of Madison sold nine hogsheads of tobacco In Louisville ntat tO 70 For Rent houses In theFast End bout 2 1L 00mlln from Crab Orchard One house has three rooms and the other five Good out buildings never tailing water and 230 sere la both tracts SAM COOHRAN Walnut Ridge Ky Eggs for Hatching From bred White and Ruff RroxnLegi013 eggs Every egg guaranteed trPAb IIcd true to name A Eo ALIIRIOIIT DrOll head Ky Leave your Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Work maoshlp CRAIG MOCKER tQUALITY AND PRICETwo most Interesting points Sea and examine our line before buying BarbedWireStovesRangesI Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every week Bring us your produce Phone ordcrsIgiven prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block inQfYicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market aV o t e e ta tcl rr ei wr a f eaMgr Spring Goods 5tj1a Spring in all its beauty has not yet arrived but Spring Goods have ar 6f1rived and they are beauties We + ask our customers to come in and I1a Look them over at your sa t earliest opportunity jClt e Inside of 10 days we hope to have iour entire spring stock in and so warranged that wc can easily show 4 I t1 them to our friends whether they i 8 youwrJ it yourself Terms cash a 1w H J McROBERTS j j t txkanika0kbika s ilj cs icsiGv i t i QS Wi I Special Values at the New Store 1 Look at our special values In 5e Hamburgs end lacemLook at our special values in lOc Hamburg Also wide t iwith narrow edge for ruffles at lOc marginI Prettiest lino of fine wash In Nainsook and ever shown in our lines of long IWohave succeeded SlanfordIof real handsome Many new and pretty at our Zephyr at 7jc for dresses boys waists wash pelti mLook forget the placeopposite the Myers house THE FAIR DRY GOODS COMPANY T Aliss Miss D RanoWM SEVERANCE Prop s i DE EW EWe handle the Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co i Columbia Babcock Sterling e I and Eagle Buggies- A ti better line was never in Stanford and we are tIfcome see our stock FIl McKinneySTANFORD CLOSING OUT t I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The read ers of this paper know the kind and quality qf the goods I handle and while Imn waiting for the purchaser of this stock of goods you have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FR YE HUSTONVILLE s y y U 9THE INTFKIORJOURNAL Jtnlered n the pottojflce at Stanford at ttonddau matter 0- ablthaTuell y axsdSxlda4e AT 1 PER YEAR CASH a When not sopsldaiaoo will l cbsrjed 1 I 0 I KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 74 Train going North It seam H0211 e r H2J n NoM a South12SalOMo 23 S I lpm For alt Point KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 IMTM Slsnfonl it IM a m No osrriTcsstStsofonJ 113sm No 31 lean BUnford st 2SQ p m R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Kye Officeover Higgins A McKlnncys Stan Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Mo nav Xv Make and keep constantly on band the beat of Flour Meal Bran ChlcU on Feed ic Prices very reasonable GUI tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY Successors to T It Bright 00 Will hold on February 23 1D03 a big JACK SALE at which time 40odd Jacks will be disposed of Nothing but firstclass Jacks solicited Ha Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BVfEE k sm Prors JUNCTION CITY KY TintClam Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Uay For Sale Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Ever hing first class l orters meet all trains 89 ERDILLEHAYDANVILLE Manufacturer of BRr2CKTAnd Lime Cement o o t Write For Prices BROWN 8 BROWN Attorney at LAW Office In Muoni9 Bldg SOMERSET k Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Con rts also In United and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly COAL I hare decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business J am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your Patron age I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L SHELTON Rowland Kyl Livery Outfit For Sale fIwish to sell my livery business at Mc Kinney and will make the price but to the bnyer Au having a good dont like the bunlnetw Write or call for partlc nlare JOHN COULTER McKinney Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye SpcUUstfof Loalsrlllowlll be at St Asapli HoteljStauforcJ Tuesday March 18 One day only Eye examined and glasses tclcntilcaUy ad justed Office hours 0 am to i p m On Jelliespreserves and pickle spread a cutting of PURE REFINED PARAFFINE win keepthmMrlutel mololure and add proof Pure lle lramnI1AO useful to a loren other about the bouse Full directions In each MCk ge Hold e1rwbtlfS- TANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am top and repair your carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J H GREEK Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OdceOTrr MeEoberU Drag Ston In ths OwI llnlldlng J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brucos Old Stand Depot St STRIIPORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Travel- Ing Men Phone No PC A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hIs services as duotaiaeer to the peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both In work price Write to him Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING OF 109S Fruit and ornamental trees vines asparagus small fruits and everything for lawn and gardeu We have no agents but sell direct to the planter H UILLENMFVEU Lexington Ky No Credit No Debts Success for all Farmers after a years work I have the roads completed to every house for mites around making WI Brad sbawa grocery store at Tnrnersvllle the union depot for all trains from 6 a m until 8 p m So board your trains and bring your butter In any quantity and receive lie cash or 15c In goons lint bear In mind these trains will be run on the same prlnclplo all other trains are run onyou must pay for our ticket before the train so the goods must be paid for before leaving tbe house Do not tell to watch from time to time m price on buttery I P BltADSIlA W Turnersvftle Ky J+ G+ McGbMY I UNDERTAKER EltIBALltIER And Dealearln HABNESS SADDLEEY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS4- NDERTdICED9 alto DiutiBi in Furniture HXaUlu 8Rn 8 And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I Six broke coulee for sale J D OWl I levi Stanford J W Allen sold 20 yearlings to J S Murphy at 2131 Embry Bros sold yesterday a pair of work mules for IZOO- FOR SALT50 owes and 50 lambs L L Doty Stanford Good seed oats for sale C O Carpenter Bustonvillo Ky 3t J R Beazley bought of McElroy a lot of corn nt13 delivered LOSTTwo black barrows weight 60 pounds E H Boazloy I want to buy sow and boats Not pigs Joe Ballou Stanford 2t James McKechnlo bought a pair of twoyearold mules hero yesterday for 8125 Tbomas Vanolcave of Tennessee bought three jaeko In Marl n at 1200 to 300Ten good work mules 4 to S years old for sale C T Booon Huston vllle KytfTwo stacks of good clean timothy hay for sale E V Carson Hush vllle Ky 2t G R Wilkinson bought of J H Smith the 180 fat hogs be advertised In this paper at 5c A G Winston sold his 2Oacro- farll near Petersburg this State to a Chicago man for 35000 J R E H Beazley will make the season with the splendid breeder Pence See his ad later Boo Wooldridge of Russell bought of J M Carter Sr 00 acres of his farm near Morcland for 4676 Fox Logan of Danville bought hero yesterday five horses at 100 to tOO and several mules at about same FOR SALE 0jacks ready for ecrvit 12 3year old work mules and two frcsb cows I S Tovls Shelby City Ky J Kl Roberts bought a lot of year loge yesterday at 4 121 some butcher stuff at 3c and a few rough steers at 3o D C Allen sold a lot of heifers at 3o and a 1100pound steer at 3o He bought a bunch of bogs of various parties at bic- James Clark of Garrard raised 0705 pounds of tobacco on 31 acres of land This Is 1801 pounds to the alma which sold at 1650 J E Wright sold two crops of tobacco to the Continental Co at Ole for the one be raised on his farm and 8o for that raised on some knob land Rowe Slepbenton of Russell con tracted with R H Cooper to keep 22 yearlings from Sept 1 to Nov 1 at 2o per pound for what he puts on them- J Ci Lyon bought of Saunders Fox of Marlon 45 1600pound cattle at 4Jo They are a magnificent lot and will make floe beefthe only kind big hearted Jesse Lynn sells E P Carpenter of the West End owns a twoyearold stallion by Dignity Dare that Is as fine a piece of horse flesh as mortal eyes over rested on He has a standing offer of 500 for him Dignity Dare will make the season at- C C Carpenters In the West End and his advertisement will appear later This magnificent saddle etallfbn andI breeder wintered nicely and is bottorI than ever Cecil Bros of Danville hava ship ped a car load of full blooded trotter to Lackays sale Cambridge Indians Among them are Nuthurst 212 Gov Rice 220 and a threeyearold brotor to Eyelet 206IG A Swlnebroad bought of J M Roberts 12 butcher cattle at 3ic of Josh Wilson two at 31 to 3ic of T J Gallon two at 31c of Rice Benge three calves at 125 tbreo cattle of J M Groyles at 3 to 3 Jo and sold to W S McGuire a bunch of calves at 89 Lutes Co sold to John C Robinson a bunch of 700 pound yearlings at 4c They sold tp M J Hoffman 16 yearling cattle at 4o and bought some batik for August delivery at 3c They sold a bunch of shoats at 5c and bought some of T J Hill 125 pounds average at5cThe moat profitable ranch In Missou ri Is the one looked after by Foreman George Ross whose yearly report coo Ulna the following statements Number of acres 3280 cattle 1323 net proceeds from cattle UISOS 00 hogs 1232 cash for the same 1705410 expense per acre 85 39 corn bought 03270 bushels COURT DAY There were 335 cattle at A Ii Florences pens and a goodly portion ot them sold Fat cows brought 3 jo yearlings about 117 and heifers Ito- IAt M Bruces pens there were 250 Some extra good steers brought 4c and heifers 3 to 3io A number of twoyear old mules brought IftO to 370 Tbero was a demand for good horses and mulesGeorge Cogar who keeps tab on all of the hemp crops In Boyle county says the total amount produced moat yearand now being put on the market amounts to something over 2000000 pounds This makes Boyle the fourth largest hemp raising county In Kentucky Fayetto comes first with 6000000 pounds Jessamine second with 3000 000 pounds aud Garrard third with 2 600000 pounds R G Evans Is the largest hemp raiser in Boyle county Hit crop last year amounted to 450000 pounds and the present crop about 275 I 000 Over 100000 Is brought to the county annually from hemp salesalone Advocate CHURCH MATTERS Rt Rev John F Spaldlne Episcopal bishop of Colorado la dead Rev R R Noel at Brod head Sunday morningand night In tho city temple of the Rev Joseph Parker evoked applaueoII by caustic criticism of the kiD Cornelius Van Nessa New lionaire has satisfied a longing of many In the river JordaniGrace Episcopal church of Chicago has tendered its rectorship to Dean Baker P Leo of Lexington at an an nual salary of 816000 The congregation of tho Walnut street Baptist church Louisville war shiped for the first time Sunday In tho handsome now building at Third Ave flue and St Catherine street The Roman Catholic Cathedral in London now In tbo course of erection is 300 feet long and 160 feet wide Apart from the site it has already cost li50 000 The material used Is red brick with Portland stone courses and its Oriental decorative features suggest a mosque rather than atcathedral- MATRIMONIAL Charley Halllp and Miss Laura Mar able of Richmond Va rode horse back to Lcaksvltle N C In order to elude the brides parents and were made one Charley White formerly of this county but now holding a good posi tion In tho New York Store Louis yule was married last week to M- Alice Smith a popular young lady of CynthlanaHandsome Silos Annie Evans Bright of Danville was married at Carlisle Saturday to Mr J E Johnson a rlI ing young attorney of Paris Tbo ceremony was said by Rev Wm J Mahony and the happy couplo came to Danville Sunday to spend a few days with the brides parent Mr and Mrs George P Bright Tho bride Is ono of tho most attractive young women In tho State and Mr Johnson is to be heartily congratulated on winning hsr The groom Is a nephew of Dr Morris Evans once pastor of tho Methodist church hero Mrs Annie Engleman of this place who was visiting in Dour bon attended the wedding LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CUREP In tho winter of 1803 and 1809 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called la grippe say F L Hewttt a prominent druggist of Hlnfleld III Tho only medicine I weedwar two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke np the co d and stopped the coughing like magic and I have never since been troubled with grippe Chamberlains Cough Remedy can always be depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward oft any threatened attack of pneumonia It is pleasant to take too which make it the most desirable aid one of the mOlt pops tar preparations use for these ailments For sale by Craig ft locker druggists At Albany when Prince Henry was shown the sword presented to George Washington by Frederick tho Great ha pulled tbo weapon from Its scabbard and Inspected It In doing so he un wittingly violated one of the provisions of Washingtons will A GOOD THING German Syrup Is tho premlp tlon of Dr A lioscbce a celebrated tier man physician end is acknowledged t- oneIt most fortunate discoveries in medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all Lung of the sever est nature removing aa It does the cause of the affection and leaving the parts In a strong anti healthy condition not 00 experimental medicine but has stood the test yuan giving satisfaction in every case which its rapidly Increasing alo every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Iloecbeos German Syrup was Introduced in the United Slates ID 180S and Is now sold in every tows and vil ago in the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Oct Greens Special Alms nscat Pennys Drug Hiore T Mr W Landgraf asks Mr C P Muller of Danville this question Is It really true that the Germans of this country left their native land to geld of such cattle as Prince Henry ot Prussia as you stated In tho Danville News dated Fob 25 S t100 nEWA lID iioo ol this r will bi pleased to lear- nIIthrnsatleutonedreadedtb disease ads curt Its sUzes and on111pooltlYtaken Internally actlrg directly upon the blood snd mucous surfaces of the teni thereby de of thdgl vlag coatllultlnlroprtstors have ro Oen they oller one hundred Dollar for any caw that It falls to eure Send for list of tlmonlals Addreu t J CIIENEYt CO TOledo tej Sold by druggists 7Sc Falls Pnuily fills at the tt GLENBURNIEFOR Olenburnle Is ono of the finest In Lincoln county the home of the lateI Stnford Erwin It embraces 228 acres I and Is located on the Danville and Stanford o 6 miles from Danville 434 miles from Stanford and IX miles from Olvons Station the L N railroad Tbls farm II boautUullllocated splendidly watered and quality of black walnut loll 8Utyfl ve acre are in cultivation and tbo rest Is set In blue grass There Is a good residence on this farm with set vants house carriage house Ice house 3 UIIhomo For terms apply to Mrs L L Er win Danville Ky E C Walton President Hughes Secretary Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange JAnd Title CompanvINo I HOUM and lot In KtanftrdflTe rqomihall porch in the rear good1tsNen amt n4ghlmrboc rime to ehNUhrt aid Rbool iced forawai flit lly rrlf IYa No 1Hellfarsa7set Smiles from Man ford llouMOl fuar food runs Lk latrb and I vtnnda food barn sod other bulldlngi In good refiatr Cut In six SeWi well traced Ie anrr In uoe sore In fruit tree rest In f1a llOHihtatreumluloeraMleat bargiln and nan Ibl at rhureh Price fa per acre Lpadjoining toll for 150 as- ell Ma turysta- No Rllouoead lot In SUnltml HOUM tOn taint fir rooms loud lUMe sal S Srrrs of land wall footed lna of pretilMt building late In lows room rovHitli In Item far two ether milages or a I story front he built to the elute and t- Hadabeautnulbose WUlbesoM Sheep UIii Baser mut blve wnaey No 4Two story frame dwelling 7 reorai hall and Terstida toot grden ctnlnd hours U good of rent lrlce repairIfousee and lot in titanium House has three rooms and front porch A good arden and ttublo In toot ru pair This puce will bo sold cheap 7lIou0 lot iu Stanford Kv Ono and one bait contains five rooms A good garden smoke bouts and coql house Trios only JJOO No8Small farm of about SO acres 2 miles from Stanford on county road 26 acres In cultivation 7 In pasture 2 Rood orchards and rest in Two small cottages good barn and other ontbnild lug ell watered and fencing fairly good This place can bo bought at our price as owner lives In Indianapolis aud moneyNo 222 acres situated four miles from Stanford on the beAt pile In the county Slay acres in wheat 40 acres In corn 5 acres in timothy 0 acres in clover and 100 acres in tine blue grass This farm Is cut In six field well fenced well watered never failing well antI beside two good ponds Two dwellings good barn aud other outbuild Ings Fronts pike for lhrc quarters ol a niilebotb dwellings being on pike Plenty of fruit trees ant enough timber to make at lout 0000 lags is a splendid blue grass fart only 20 minutes drive from the county seat The owner of a One farm adjoining this has recently refused 146 per acre his place We offer this place for Jr 50 ner Rare No 10 Coltsgn on Slain street Stanford coe to business portion of having five rooms veranda hall and sack porch In good repair and a nice house a small family property cost tho owner over 1 1800 we for 11150 rto 1120 ac es good laud with Boles sary improvements J mile from Stanford Dwelling hs 4 rooms veranda ball and arch Large barn emnko house etc watered and fenced and building In good repair Price reasonable o A dwelling of six rooms hall and porch necessary outbuildings and pardon Also a large two story store oom 26xOO ft lower room suppliedwill counters shelve etc In Ing and storeroom also cistern and well on place Small lot back of store One vile from Stanford Buildings in good repair and dwelling originally cost 1500 and store over SI 200 both for ISM or will runt orsell separately No 13230 acre farm t mile of Crab Orchard Ky Dries dwelling of eight t Ky Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Batik of Stanford In lees then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 1609 and reorganized as tbo Pint National Dank of Stanford In less having bad practically an ualntOr ruptel for n year It II better supplied now with facilities for transact noes promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Iaxton J B Owslcy S II Shanks W O Walker Coo W Carter rooms two tenant houses two barns well and sprlncr near dwelling Faun In State of cultivation 100 acres river torn land cood fencing fruit etc l f3760 per acre No 14100 acres of land on Lancaster treol In Crab Orchard opposite fatuous Springs All In grass no improvements except large stock burn an abundance of stock water Prettiest building alto in town 3000 No I5A nice cottage and lot on loan caster Ave Ky Seven goodcieternetc Cost 1000 wilt sellrlor 1000- No 10 KXJRcrcsuf land iu MatllontCo Ky f mile south of known as Gol It MunJny farm Frame buildings stock outbuildings Ac 11Onostyard This is the best stock farm in the county for the money Price 120 acre lluatollfllUweltlnl a tenant houie itoek turn large tobacco barn end elberoiilbulldlnB Clitern and nood well In tile jardand water la every fieldonthei4ace Farm eat tn wan hId and land No 6QA farm of 160 acres situated watered two good bung and other out buitdlnRStall good repair The dwell comparatively sew Is with In 300 yards of three churches school It postoffice and O S depot The property on and county road and is neat desirable farm In that section of the county We will soil the whole farm for 12400 or In parcels of not lets than 30 acres to suit purchaser This G certainly a cheap property Wa1nt8bllrKWen watered fencing and buildings In good repair Productive limestone land In good neighborhood olma to school and on road Price 3700 iMlUlnp oaeb heuM bun etc shout the tviurof roe acree All on aunty road ti atte tram ell dre school end patotA v Urswtll end walld eoafraNwatered ThIIII ron wbanu sod l Ne MA lane of leS a rH la Cur eveaty Ky Onad Onehalf ar with air rooms arm In istls3acnn etc Itj well en eevity eeid rlote to hwiebe icbeol ate 1r only 1eNe is4 arm el Its sera la trey frame dwelltB Iwognu hera04elar 10NIadu Ne S7KaimeflUaem Ip Cary musty A new Iwe emery a room frame dweUlof and old 081IottUdlarte4t walrreil twowaspring etc This saddMw Sae hire 110 evItmUdlao M sure In ullivatin real In Uia raetly 1rMe IMIL Webarbgerr JMer 300 acre tam alUsled frew nlo tbreeIi from town Abo buys fo- rbes tee acre iltoatwl tram one to t V toHn tar tewn with of wltbevt ImpreTrneeU Ain a buyer be aa HtA le tie ow firm few to Iowa t CARSON PENCE DKALKItS IN Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of the nbovo always on Imml and aie sold at prices lint defy competitionf- See our elegant line ot LapRobes First National Banks again exlstenre bOLoI Price IllSHill 1IIratlon countThree KyramOflNaebootnd to The Farmers hank do Trust Company and under same U for 3d years Wo Hoping such business relations will prove mutually benoRclal J s HOOKER Irest J J Chr i W II WEAKEN V ReId Lincoln Co S T HarrU Lincoln Oo J 8 Hooker Lincoln Co WI Walton Lincoln Oo J iL M n Emote Stanford 8 II Ilauehman Stanford T I 11111 Stanford Jaa Robinson Hubble I H llaugbman Slanford W T Tate Stanford S LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I o STOCK OOOOO Directors Successors management continuously SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT crestVon Officers MaHQilBUTS Bkp- rD1reo11ors CoIllorOrabOrehara Officers IJ 8 H SHANKS 1rosldont r J B OW8LEY Cashier W M HIUOIIT Asst Cashier A rTheytemporarlly cure by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured liverCsecretes enough bile to make the unlilethe execute their functions i ural agitation caused by cathartics compelstcontinual Ana Increasing doses to attain the results I arts on the liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and ntero t I mlttlng trouble works frFIFTY L