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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL J VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 14 1902 9 A M NO 4 NEWS NOTES Too bank at foseyvlllo lad was robbed of 836000 In cash Jako UlRBlobotbaro wits arrested ID Wayno charged with Incest Doorkeeper Glenn of tbo House of nprt antetlve died nt Washington Leo Turner of Quarter House 1erne vrlll open a saloon at Lafpllclto TennTho American Tobacco Company net earnings for the past year wore to 047114 Gen Thomas T Eckert was elected president of the Western Union Tale graph Co- Clatt Wbeeler who was shot by Geo Murlcy In Clinton It dead and Murley hat skipped The Lydia P Ptnkbatn Medlolne Co last year spent CSOUOOO for nowgpapir advertising Iloicoo Lange a six yearold boy at LoDorte Iodwal killed by drinking molted snow Eddie Jenkins aged eight It under Bereft at Evansville Indcbarged with bo brcaklng The Farmers Dank of Towntvllln Pa was robbed of 18000 br safe blow cra who escaped The shirt worn by Charles I when ho was executed has been auctioned oil lo London for 200 guineas Thomas Ilrlman an alleged blind e tiger proprietor of Hlokuan was lined I lOfor telling whisky unlawfully The Illlnolt Central depot at Dyor+ berg TODD together with live loaded freight carl burned Loss 60000 A Cincinnati policeman whoso wife l his Instituted divorce procccdlngi barbed hit house the title to which li In her name Harry Smyser and Tyler Richard of LouUvlllo have sold Sisters Babe their field trial setter to Pierre Lorrll lard for 100- Drotber Charles president of Man hattan College N Y and one of the most widely known Catholic educator lo America Is dead L k N gross earning for tbo first week In March show an Increase of 121676 compared with tbo correspond Ing week of last year tiaClncIDDatl Newport sod Coy Ington Light and Traction Company was Incorporated In Trenton N J with a capital stack of 10000000 1Charles D Thompson ex supreme of the Maccabees was arrested at Port Huron Mich Ho re cently confessed to a 167000 shortage Countess TOO Walderteo has made her buuband postpone his American trip a year Rho It afraid there will boa repetition of the Prince Henry do Lags It Tho bank at New Cattle was looted by burglars who got away with 13800 In money and other valuable + Tho vault sad safe were demolished with nUVbglycerlno Former Gov John P Altgeld of till note died at Joliet Ho collapsed the night before alter delivering a vigorous pro Doer addrest at a mass meeting t mod did opt regain pooscoutoci George Dinning the SlmpoD Negro who figured la the celebrated case of the Slmp qa county rogula ton compromised a judgment of 150 000 In the Federal court for WOO Near Campbell + vtlle Johnson Price hot and killed George T Price and probably fatally wounded Henry Price Too two men shot were brothers and t1o mao who did the shooting their waste Lady CbrUtlana Syke was arrested tar being drunk on the Strand fn Lon d Dtbut In tbo polio eourt the laugh Ingly told the judge sbo wa III and waidUmlssed with a warning not to Ret dele that way again The Pennsylvania Railroad Company yesterday authorized a bond Issue of 50000000 Of tbliaBiount 120000000 will bo used lo 1002 aad 1003 In con structing the Haul and North rivers tunnel and 124000000 will be used for additional equipment Tho mystery attaching to tbo disap pearance of numerous person at Beau 1moot Texas li thought to have been solved br a womans confession that she headed a gang who lured men to her place and after beating and robe bing them disposed of them t RO L Baking PowderI Makes the bread more healthful Safeguards the food against alum Alum rpewSen ate the grntet- Ht acers to fccattk of the grassat slay eau ea saws tr 1 LAUREL COUNTYS CAPITAL London the metropolis of tbo Bloody Kleventh District of Ken tucky Is a email town with a popula tion of 1600 It U situated 170 miles South of Cincinnati on tho Louisville and Jollleo division of the L fc N rail road is the county seat of Laurel and recently selected as ono of tbo now Federal districts of Kentucky The little city is well supplied with churches and echoolscupportlntr a tern nary and the Sue Beunctt School with 170 students In the seminary this Is the Yale of this noted district tbo mountains of Kentucky While her citizens are poacoabto and quiet tbo surrounding counties are Oiled with a great many law disturber Few days pan but what some violator of the In ternal revenue law is brought before Commissioner Clark for tnoontnlnlng- Thl + town has moro Star Houlo mall contractors than any other piano In the United States ono half of the contracts for the star routes era let to parties In London and they Iivturn cublot to tbo carrier throughout the United States ID day gono by Congressman Vincent forcing and W B Catching wore tbo largest contractor Now the contracts are handled by the younger bloods The enterprising citizens are now catching the oil fever and within a few months a local company will begin bor ing for gas and oil They are In direct line with tho Knox county fields and have no fear of not striking a good How of both gas and oil An electric light plant and water works will soon bo Installed In the town and London will bo no longer In darkness but an uptodato city of the New South London bee a museum that would bo a credit to the old Kohl Mlddleton DIme Museum of Cincinnati O It Is the private property of Hobert M Jackson cashier of the First National Bank of London the only bank log institution lo the county which by the way is oijo of the strongest banks In the whole of Il stern Kentucky In Mr Jackson museum which le within tbo hooking house may be found any style or mako of fire arm from the old fasbloood Hint lock rifle to the latest Improved Mauser Mr Jackson le a crack shot with a revolver or rllle and near the money box are kept tome of tbo latest Improved Ore arms and a run on the bank would bo quickly met with strong opposition In addition to his collection of fire arms are words knives canteens cannon balls cartridges of all sizes from a 22 to a carbine of the largest caliber Bolo knives ropo that bat hung Nogroo clothes that have boon shot full of holes while on the banks of the wearer whips spurs pouches saddles caps capes a grand father V clock money of all denomination Confederate bill nod money to let One of the most interesting articles among tbo collection Is an original copy of tbo ball bond of Jefferson Da vis containing tbo original signatures of tho securities among them Horace Grcely and Cornelius Vanderbilt and It dated May 13 1ShI at Richmond Va for 15000 for tie appearance In Circuit court at Richmond All of these articles adorn the wall of the banking house and Mr Jackson is vary proud of bit collection Having spent several years to securing these collection be expect to keep adding and If any read or of this Item bat any old relict for disposal write Mr Jackson and de scribe tbo article and if ho has not al ready ope of the tame you will find a ready tale for It bo1Lbrougboutwhich W 8 Taylor while acting in the capacity of governor adjourned the Legislature to meet la that city and HM destined to bn the capital of this great Comnoawealth had tbo would bo governor boos ablo to con trol enough of the representatives to have held bit rump sessions tbercLon don might have yet been the capital and Lexington Louisville and Frank fort would not have 4 ghost of a show to eyeD gala the distinction of being called the capital city With all the slanderous attacks upon the mountain people London has a- very kind and most hospitable set of people and a stranger who enters the city U soon made to fool at home and when beleaves ho can not help but have a tender lporla his heart for the good people of London A visit to tbo city and a stay with the people is convincing In Itself Lexington Democrat When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know that you need a doso of Ghsmborlalna Stomach and Liv or Tablets They will cleanse your stoma ach Improve your appetite and make you feel like a new man They are easy to take being cougar coated and pleasant in effect Percale bf Craig t Hocker drug gists Franco hat 10000 physician their Incomes avera e oot1 a year Lea Angelas will have a hospital Ior- Indigent coawaiivtivMi DANVILLE AND VICINITY J C Jobnstono has removed to tbo Crawford property Hall on big as partridge eggs fell In Dtinvlllo Wednesday afternoon bliss Barbara Johnson aged 76 dropI ped dead at her home near Atoka Wed nesday Watts L Trlbblo have on exhibition at their store a parsnip which has tbo perfect form of a human being W R Denbam has sold his farm of MrlUollawaBreezy Time musical farce comedy will be presented at the Dan ville opera uouo next Wednesday nlgbt Dr Byron Dement of Louisville will begin a series of meetings at tbo Danville Baptist church tbo latter part of March J W MoUlnnl has a coin 000 years old The figures are very plain Tbo lettering Is In Hebrew and Latin and I also distinct Attorney Robert McKee of this city was Tuesday presented with tbo revolver with which Cberokeo Dill the famous Western outlaw is said to bave killed 14 men A Kansas City friend sent it- Manager C T Veatch will give an old fiddlers contest at the Danville Opera House the 2d week In April All of the old fiddlers In Lincoln county are requested to wrlto at once for further particulars 836 In prizes will be awaricdMessrs J F Cummins Forrest Mc Clary Robert Coney Thomas D New land A B Florence L R Hughes Howard Coleman and G B Ellis and Misses Annie Pence Mary Bruce Liz zie Cole and Jennlo Pence of Stanford came over to witness the presentation of Faust at the opera bouse Tues day night Marriage license was granted to Mr James Sprinkles and Miss Mahala Crdbiree of Junction City Wed Del day Mr Sprinkles was formerly the husband of Mtsa Jennie Pence of Shel by City the woman who sued Capt W E Grubb for 15000 at the last term of tbo Boyle circuit court She put a divorce from Sprinkles and had her mai den namo restored Martin Welsh a leading young bust ness and society man of Danville had a rather unpleasant experience tbo other droppedIntofor a half pound of cheese A green clerk gave him a half pound of Fleish mans yeast which resembles ohceso In appearance and has very much the same lasto Mr Welsh ate the yeast and it soon began to rise In his stom ach Ho looked like a bloated bond bolder but the situation was more pleasant to spectators than lo Mr Welsh DANGER UFCULUS AND LAGIUPPE Tbo 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 bo avoided Among lane of thousands who have use l this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a cer tain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or attack of la grippe In less time than any other treat mont It is Kcasant and safe to take For sa e by Craig A Rocker druggists Clark county can ofafamily not only for health strength and thrift bug for avoirdupois the combined weight of the nine members being 2 383 pounds They are tho children of James Georgo and their weights areas follows Mrs J W Porter 200 Thomas George 373 James George 332 Mrs Thomas Fitzgerald 203 Jas George Sr 2231 C B George 247 W W George 327 Robert George 210 Mrs W P Haokett 253 Total 2395 average 203 p to Are you lclr 7 If BO investigate tho merits oi UKHHIHK It U a concentrated medicine the doM is small yet It quickly produces tho most gratifying results di gestion Improves the lips aad cheeks loe their pallor the eye becomes bright and tke step elastic Price 60 cents Pansys 0rug lere Jj L H BUnton vice president Of the Cectral University of Kentucky has received word that S P Lees who died ree Btly lo New York had bt queathed 20COO to go to the endow meat fund of the Ualvorelty of Jack sonYou will never wish to take another dose of pills it you onco try Chamber lans Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in of fact They cleanse the sloeaach and reg ulate the liver and bowels For tale by Craig d Hooker druggists When a man who lets bill hair grow long on one aide In order to comb It over his bald spot rails at women for padding their hips he makes cecelstea ov buat for the cyclone cellar LANCASTER W T Noel bus bun appointed nota ry public Mad doge buve been lufortloc the upoer end nf the county IItev J E Wool ford will preach at the Fork church Saturday Some of the artistic buuo wives of the community have planted taelr tweet peas ThomDioniW U Collier at has been offered a po sition with a clay and p utory estab lishment In South Dakota The farmers report tbo wheat not entirely killed but now beginning to make its appearance In favored locali ties James Doorea has ranted his real dence on Water Street to lien Hughes and family of Boyle and will board with the now occupants Mr Ward has signed a contract for now dynamos with a capacity of 1750 lights which be promises will be In use within less than 40 days burningbrickwalls of the Presbyterian parsonage aro In process of construction A Congregational meeting will bo held at the Presbyterian church this afternoon a 330 for the purpose of Is suing a formal call to tbo now pastor Mr W U Whcrritt was called to Richmond by the death of his relative James Boggs who died of typhoid fe ver Mr Boggs left a wife and ono childThe Telephone Exchange will add another operator to its already efficient force Mice Lucretla Skinner of Bue na Vista arrived Sunday to enter on her new duties Ashby Arnold sale was well attend ed and everything brought good prices The farm was sold to T M Arnold at 5050 Young Mr Arnold leaves this week for Oklahoma Mrs W K Sbugara has been quite sick with an attack of pleurisy Mr T W Reid has somewhat improved from his serious Illness Mrs J W Blmore has six children victims of chicken pox Judge Brown Is able to to bo out- Lancaster Is not willing to bo ID the rear of her contiguous cities so an oil company has been organized hero and expects to operate on some mountain lands upon which they hold leas es Tho officer aro W U Klnnalrd president R G Ward vlco president J J Burton treasurer Lewis Horn don secretary Wm Herndon counsel Directors W H Klnnalrd T W Bur nett R G Ward G M Patterson and James B Conn Rov J E Woolford on his return last Sunday night from hearing his brother preach at the Fork church narrowly escaped a serious assault As be entered his stable to put his horse away two men sprang at him drawing weapons and making threatening at tempts toward the unprotected preach er An outcry tom him frightened his assailant and tboy took to their heels Mr Woolford could not tell whether they were white or colored Miss Nora Francis of Richmond Is visiting Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis Mr and Mrs W J Romans and little daughter have been visiting in Nlcbolatvllle Editor Landram has returned from Frankfort Mist Meg gin Tomllnton returned with her fath er to Frankfort Miss Grace Klnnalrd has gone to Mlddlcsboro to take a busi ness course Mrs John Stormes has returned from a visit to Richmond Misses Sallie Tlllett and Laura Smith leave today for Cincinnati to buy their spring stock of rallllaery Miss Flor once Tanner of McKlnney Is with her slsteri Mrs WK Sougars Rev and Mrs Chao M Reidof Middletboro are guests of TV W Reid Tbo Anderson of Richmond has been visiting S H Anderson r now TO CURE THE GRIP Remain quietly at homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts any tendencyof the grip to result la pneumonia which is really thq oaly serious danger Among the tens of tkowMBd who have used it for the grip sot oM owe has ever been reported that did not jeeover For sale by Craig dc Honker druggists iLijLr j m Willie do you know whatap to tho bad little boys Sure What They have more tUB than the good little boys- Couldnt help getting scold never cures ltbut carryiug home a bottle of Bat baRPa IioattuoUD SYRUP and using it as directed will cure the wont kind of cough or cold Price 25 and 50 cents Peonys Drug Store 1 Parian How did you like my sermon this morning Miss Fldgett First rate Valwayi liked that sermon i rvrhe t 7 = r n= = U IiTo Look Prosperous I L JIs next door to being sofor good clothes often rtj help a man on in the world appcnrunccrifnew goo s are now every p- IEj days Handsomer patterns and better values ft IEiJ JCome in and have a look m gIT PAYS TO TRADE AT 1f THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing 1 hJYour money back it youre not satisfied EN mILLER HIRSDH DanvIlIBdIhti O R f 5 iL Douglas 300 And 350 ShoesARE BEST In The World See Styles at CumminsMcOlarys Modern Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug service are we believe these Competency quality courteousness and a fair profit policy We en deavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlythe highestyct our prices are apt to be less than inferior arc sold for Pennys Drug Store SfaKord fall Creek Millsprings Oil Gas Co Incorporated Capital Stock f25000 Shares RIO Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS thos Rankin President Kankn Ky Jn Lanier VIce Pres KyFKyJMillaprlogs Ky TEE New Drug Oar territory is situated only a quarter cf a mile from tho Kouascan or Morris Evans Well and la 1 a line between It and the Parnell Wells five mite to tbo south It Ion the river and pipe line and coniUts of 360 acres owned In fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount ot stock tQ aid in developing territory For information proepactus or stock address f M Rankin Secy DBHTRflL OIL GAS 8 mINING CD J Of Lexington Kentucky N H N Loud Prett Au Sable Mich W H Clay VicePros Lexington A P Goodlng Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Sec dc TrIAS Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres In Wayao county Ky about one and ono halt miles from the great Sunnybrook field about 6000 acres in Lincoln county Ky and 003 acres in Licking Valley In Bath county close up to Ragland where wo have two producing wells the average of the territory in that locality We have started to drillia all three counties and expect to strike oil la every well We are etlll acquiring very valuable la ids In addition to those already rlecuredand lying la close proxlaalty to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of Use treasury stock will be sold at5 a share par value of shares lID each This stoek will we con Jeotly believe ba lolllac for par in thirty doll t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON I It s Csndldte for Railroad Commlulootr hr4 Zd District tublect to thtfwill of the Ucmocricr THE comltc secretary I of tho navy Representative W H Moody of Massachusetts Is highly spoken of as wellbalanced temperate man whoso legislative training will be of great i value to him He entered the House nearly eoven years ago and has been from the beginning one of its efficient t members He has not served on the committee on naval affairs bus bo has been ooo of the working members of the committee on appropriations where M one learns much of the management of all the executive departments There large ground for hope that the navy 1Is will be justly and without managed by him REV GEORGE C LORIMER D D formerly of New York who Is regard ed as the leading Baptist minister of America says that within half a century unless there Is a change In our Natlooal religious life America will have no Sunday obtervance We take issue with the noted divine The world is growing better as It grows older and wo believe the time will never come when Americas good citizens will so far forget themselves as to fall to observe the Sabbath Tiff State department was the sub- Ject of another attack In the House of Representatives the other day Rep resentative Burleson of Texas de t nounced Secretary Bay for declining to request the British authorities to furnish passports to the Rev Hiram W Thomas and wife who desire to distribute relief funds among the Boers Representative BItt spiritedly defended the department declaring its posi Lion Lobe In accordance with recogniz International law THE Louisville Times asks this perti nent question Suppose Lee Turner was not present at the battle of the Quarter House It Is well known that he was technically In command ot the blind tiger forces and has It not been decided In the SampsonSchley contro versy that the fellow furthercst from the fight h entitled to tho glory of D 1victory and per contra to tho Ignominy of defeat WOMEN are having their Inning now At Block W Va Mrs Fred Gouldlng i shot her husband to death and then drunkiWhite poured over Y he slept and then applied a lighted lImatch She claims that the old man corrected her with a buggy whip Ver ily bell hath no fury like a woman scorned A WESTERN republican organ tries to console Miss Alice Roosevelt for not being permitted to attend King Ed warki coronation by saying she will witness a more gratifying spectacle three years from nowthe Inauguration of her father This flattering tine tlon should not be laid to her soul h Three years of the rough rider Is all that this or any other country can stand LAW NOTES a journal published at Northport N Y holds that Gov Dur bin of Indiana is not doing his duty In the eyes of the law In not surrendering WS Taylor and Chas Finley to the authorities of Kentucky Of course be Is not Any 10 year old child knows that but perhaps he Is fulfilling a preelec 1tionpromise which promise Is some times dangerous to break THE Virginia constitutional conven tion has been In session nine months and like Tennysonb brook bids fair to go on forever States which desire their constitutions changed should think twice before they order conven clone It is often better to bear tie Ills wo have than to fly to others that we know not of MARl this prediction The capital will never be moved from Frankfort as 1long as genial Senator Taylor lives He wines and dines tho legisla tors and otherwise treats them so cleverly that they havent the heart to vote against his wishes GEN HtztlTOV Presi dent Roosevelt reception at Charles ton will be handsome cordial and sin cere Certainly but It will be because W he Is president and not because he in suited Tlllman or had a Negro dine I with him MISSISSIPPI had three hangings In Jasmany perilous of the State Tuesday r It wastt a good day for hanging t JBnd POLITICAL 1TheState Senate passed the bill pro i viding for the union label on all State printing Roosevelt sent his first IPreBldeot to Congress in which he k refused to approyo a bill removing the t charge of desertion from a man who had served In the navy during the Clv s 1 war rTi The Senate committee decided to 10I port tho Hepburn bill for an Istbmlac canal via the Nicaraguan route The Senate committee decided to re port the Hepburn bill providing for the construction of the Nicaragua canal Tho Capital appropriation bill was killed in the Hous after a long debate the bill ant all amendments being ta bledThe Senate among numerous other measures passed the House bill mak ling Labor Day a legal holiday In Ken tuckyA meeting In Carlisle Indorsed the action of Gov Beckham on the school book bill and sent delegates to Frankfort to urge Its passage W S McCormick of Los Angeles has wired tbo President that ho wl accept the interior portfolio la the cab- Inet to succeed Secretary Hitchcock Judge Roderick Random Butler of Tennessee has declined a rcocculo tlon to tbo State Senate after a continuous service In public life of 40 yearsThis Legislature Is following that good old rule and simple plan Pay as Vou go and If you cant pay dont go TimesCharlie Miller an exconvict sent up from Danville and Louis Camden of Somerset were arrested at Lexing ton charged with highway robbery Circuit Judge John hL Lasslng of Boqne county denies that ho will be a candidate for the court of appeals to succeed Judge Thomas H Paynter The fact that a possum was caught In the White House grounds shows that Roosevelt was preparing to enter talc another nigger Lexington Democrat The old charges against former Col lector Sapp of Louisville In connec tion with the levying of assessments for political purposes are being examined Into by the Federal grand jury The New York Board of Trade de clded to recommend to the Legislature that an appropriation of not less than 2600000 bo made for representation of the State at the St Louis Exposition The governor announced and the Senate confirmed the appointment ot R P Stoll L F Huffman J H Mul llgau A M Harrison J R Kearney and John Skaln all ot Lexington as commissioners of the Eastern Asylum for the Insane A board of trustees consisting of three women and three men will con tlnue to manage the Houses of Reform The Senate by a vote of 23 to 5 struck out the enacting clause of the bill to put the Institutions under the manage ment of the prison commissioners The administration republicans of the House Ways and Means Committee have proposed a Cuban reciprocity compromise to the beet sugar Insur gents It provides for a 20 per cent tariff reduction for two years and Insurgents leaders are considering the proposition A favorable report has been made to the Senate on a bill authorizing the president to extend to the government of France an Invitation to told the people of the United States In the dedication of a monument to Count de Roch ambeau May 24 In Washington The Invitation will also be extended to the family of the Marquis de Lafayette IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Urau McFarland aged 68 Is dead in Liurel Richmond Odd Fellows will build an opera bouse Jerry Respass was appointed city en gineer of Lancaster by the council Miss Elona Pearl Smith of Somerset died while attending State College Lexington Charles Eades of Mlddlesboro was shot and killed by a Negro barkeeper at Knoxvlllo Howe Swain Is in jail at Williams burl charged with criminally assault log a little girl seven years old Dr L H Blanton raised 13000 In subscriptions In Louisville toward the fund of 825000 which Is being collected for Central University This leaves only 83000 to be raised by tomorrow Six thousand two hundred acres of Umber and coal land in Whitley county owned by Boyle county parties In cluding J T Freeman and W R Den nm were sold to Eastern capitalists for 870000 Joe Ireland woo has been so popu irly known here during his attendance at College has received a position as principal in the Mt Vernon Academy which Is a tributary school to Central UnlveraltyNewsTbe which has been in operation boring for oil on the Coyle farm near Stewart Mercer county for the past few months has been taken down and will be transported to tbo Knox county oil fields Elby Hill of Madison county who Is 87 years old has a curiosity in the shape of a coffin that ho made 25 years alto lie made it to be burled In It Is made from one Inch black walnut and for years be has used It as a wheat binH G Rising special agent of the postoffice department was In Richmond to hold an examination for rural mall carriers After going over tbo route ho refused to recommend It on the ground that there was an unbrldged stream to bo crossed For this reason the examination was postponed THIS AND THAT Rev T DoWltt Talmago Is ill Cecil Rhode condition shows no im provementRussian troops killed 200 natives In a battle In Manchuria Gen Augustus P Martin former mayor of Boston is dead A female white baby was found lodg cdMn somoTbushes near Hopklnwvlllo- Safeblowcrs robbed the Exchange Bank at Mlnookl III of over 82000 Georgetowns Baptist church was badly damaged by Wednesdays storm Andrew J Watrous a newspaperman committed suicide In New York A sudden change for the worse took place In the condition of Count Tolstoi It Is announced In London that Gen Melhucn has been released by the Boors Jube Lant aged 14 was crushed to death at Lone Mountain on the South ern railroad while attempting to board a trainA is beIng held at Boston with a view to settling the big strike of freight handlers Rev W M Wood of Elkton has accepted the pastorate of the Baptist church at Harrodsburg The Senate passed the House bill to compel nonresident hunters to pay an annual license of 825 GO Mrs C P Huntington has given 8250000 to Harvard Medical College as a memorial to her husband Gov Beckham has ordered the sheriff of Warren county to hold W T Dial accused of murder In Missouri Jonas Well of Lexington bought of Clarence Lebus of Harrison 40 bead of 1300 cattle at 85 50 Georgetown Times The Knox 011 Company with 8200 000 capital and leases on 1000 acres in Knox county has been organized at LexingtonFrankfort I peopla are sore They claim that a majority of the louse I members pledged themselves to the capitol appropriation Hobert H Moore of Scott sold a hog that weighed 800 pounds at Sic bringing him the nice sum of 844 The hog was a White Chester three years old H C Baker was appointed police judge of Columbia by Gov Beckham The town council elected J W Coy as city marshal and Gordpn Montgomery city attorney The ashes of the late Jeremiah Phelps whose remains were cremated In Cincinnati were in accordance with his will scattered over the lot in which the body of his wife Is burled Brer Walton hlmsulf a member an nounces In one of his newspapers the Lexington Democrat that a board of trustees consisting of three women and three men will continue to manage the Houses of Reform but he retrains doubtless for both private and public considerations from confession that the three women will also continue to manage the three men members of the board However that goes without saying as the saying is Lou Times ATTEND the old tiddler contest at Walton Opera House tonight week HEQlAltTEUS Buffalo Oil Co In I INTERIOR JOURNAL building THIS Is delightful Spring weather PRESTON 922V- ol 11 Solid bay black points ISJf hands hlgbflne style Sired by Washington 54 Washington 51 was aIred by Comwell he by Washington Denmark lie by Oalnes Denmark be by race bone Denmark First dam by Ualcorn 2d dam by Crusader 3d dam Oockipur Ire tonlet dam Belle ry Rbodcrlck 101 2d dam by Denmark Belle the dam of Pre ton was a noted show mare It la needless to commend him as be If one of tho Orient show horses In Kentucky Ills colts are coming to the front and bringing startling prices Prestcn won the 41000 Saddle Stake at Richmond and many more rich ones Preston will serve mares at 810 to Insure IIYlug colt Will keep mates on grabs at 12 a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky For Rent Two houses In the East End about 2S I olive from Crab Orchard Ono bouse has three rooms and the other five Good out buildings never falling water and 230 acre In both tracts SAM COOHRAN Walnut Ridge Ky MONUMENTS White Ilronzo Is to utone In the monument business what tho Improved dropbead sow log machine Is to the old band method or tbo car Is to the old stage coach It- Is the advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the records and rlaceut your loved ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap Pleawe hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter AgtO- ltAB ORCHARD KY t l l l l l l re e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e AM11tieN NOOt0Nl iitO l iir ih fi ii Special Values tal t In every department at The Grand 0 Leader this week a 0 1 black goods 42 inches wide worth 1 our 0 7oc per yard ti jNcw black goods 40 inches wide worth 75 conte Omi ta price 3fle n yard 1 crepons anti Ettomuo weaves worth 135 go at j Clmmbry ginghams ol colors lOc yard 700if jNow mercerized ginghams nIl colors lOc yard J fancy hose newest shades 10 lEi2n and Joe t Now line ladies walking skirts 150 r 250 300 J SOO and SGOO 1100jSpecials this week in Mond Clothing and Hats i t o i The Grand Leader Dry Goods Co i iIe IOld Louisville Store Stand S B laGVU ManaQGP 11 1N411NNNti iNN94vNN1f 11M17N tNrti e- o 1 e 1 ii 1S t1 e e 1 e e 1 I e 1 t 1 r1 1 e s t e e 1 s t t t t e t t t t t t H 4 I IX C 14e start tomorrow n nmrk liiwn tIle that sinks into ut IVinorrunMlyour workshop = mothers cleat up your kitchens fanners shell your gun later on workiiienien lock nnna with the inillinnnirc mid take advantage of this mightiest bonn tale daughter of rrlinble wearing apparel this town has ever seen AVe propose to do a month bu nes8 in one week and these mighty bar rains will do it Price rut clean to the lane liens black Thibet suits 80 valuo rut to 8i25 Molls very fine pure worsted suits silk or worth SlJ go at SIJ05 Boys 83 suits cut to H c Mens S 1 shirts cut to t 5c nut 35e- Mens 2 shoes rut to U5c J H Ilioggold chief clerk to President Milton n Smith of the Louis yule Nuebvlllo railroad Is III of nor you prostration In Louisville TELEPHONE FRANCHISE OK BATUUDAY MARCH tt lees at 1 oclock It Moo I will offer at public auc tion In front of the Court louse door a franchise or privilege to construct Mtab llili maintain operate a telephone sv tern In the city of Stanford Kentucky Said sale is made to follows AN OUDINANOE To provide for the sale of the frnrnliho or privilege to construct etblbh main tain and a telephone system la the city of Stanford ly- Th Olty Council of the City of Stanford Ky do ordain is follows SECTION I That there shall bo sold to the highest and best bidder for tho term of twenty M years a franchise or privilege to construct estAblish maintain and oper ate a telephone system for public and pr vats use in the city of Stanford Including- the necessary conduits subways and man holes wires pole and other equipment and also the right of way oter along un der through and In the streets avenues parks squares bridges and other pubic place In said city for the purpose of running the subways manholes pole wires and other equipments necessary to construct establish and operate said telephone system In the tRy of Stanford in with the conditions terms and limitations of this ordinance SECTION 2 That It shall bo the duty of the Major to offer said franchise or privi lege at public auction to the highest and best it 2 oclock 1 M on Saturday March 22 1002 before the Court House door In Stanford Ky after having given notice thereof by advertisement for teo 10 days in tho Interior Journal and In which notice he will Insert this ordinance and be will re port to the City Council the bids received by for 1U approval and the said Olty Council reserves the right for and on be half of the city to reject any and all bids for said franchise or privilege and In case the bid reported by the Mayor shall bo rejected by the city council It may direct by or ordinance said franchise or privilege to bo again offered for tale from time to time until a satisfactory bid shall be received and approved or accept of the bids offered In Its discretion SECTION 3 Itefore the said franchise or privilege shall bo vested In the bidder whose may be accepted by the cIty council a contract shall be entered Into between the and said bidder setting out the terms conditions and limitations upon which said franchise or shall be granted and containing stipulations necessary to 1lro tect tho city and to require of the bidder fulfillment of said conditions and limita Ions and tho city council reserves the power to Insert in said contract such stlpu lations concerning the time In which the work shall begin after the acceptance of the bid and the to bo charged for tele phonos to Its subscribers tho time at tho expiration of which said telephone system shall bo In operation tho manner und la which said poles shall be erected how much of said wires shall bo placed undor round and at what points manhole shall be constructed and such other conditions and limitations as the said council may by ordinance direct SECTION 4 That tho franchise or privi lego provided In this oidlnanco when said contract Is Into shall not be COP trued as being In anyway exeluilvo or as preventing the city of this city of providing for the wile of sign liar franchises or privileges toother persons companies or corporationS and this limita tion Inserted In any contract en tered into between tho city of Stanford and such person corporation or company pUbU1utlon MayorL priCeInprinter has WAde no nilr take in Ibis THERACKET STORE Itdicsi 8125 show cut to ftto 600 pair 21k linen oulliat IOc Cari eta imuUiifs nud unmeM at Mcriflcing price slimes gingham brown and Mcnrhed nouns rut t Jr a yard dells and ladies runr Mine liOe MURRAY McADAMS BASTILLE LEADING JEWEURSviuJi The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable NovIelties in Central Kentucky I Wo nro also Graduate Opticians guff eau fit your I eyes scientifically and correctly Three oxpori enced jewelers employed in our repair shopsnt isfaction guaranteed Wo sell Gorham SilverI 1 i Reliable Goods at i Low Prices ii h W H MUELLER j I THE JEWELER j- J I 30 years experience at the bench I W McROBERTS DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing TackleI Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY one a1J See Cijsj We are going to save you some money to day and tomorrow See what little CASH will do at our Store in Stanford aj8 l3c Early June Pens 5c can 20c Baltimore Table lOo Gibbs String Beans fie Blackberries 7 l2o Foxs 3o 3 cans of good Com for 20c 1 Ib 60c CLIPS Baking Powder for 87o 1 lb Taylor Baking Powder 20c 6 bars Laundry Soap for lOc 25 emits Bottle Sour Sliced Pickles 19c r GEORGE H FARRIS a CO t I DANVILLE KY Spring l8l Summer t j R Dry Goods Our big storeroom is crowded with now merchandise 3 inspectionDesignersand attractive goods than ever before and prices are in son EarlylI Now a necessity to every wardrobe We ere showin a great many entirely new ideas in styles and material at goodccGilJsonAll aro mantailored and correctly cut and made ti ISeparate Skirts Walking skirls in many now stylos from 800 to 1200 Longwool skirts in entirely now shapes material and trimmings loll tn silk 1cau de Solo and lace skirts nom 800 to 8750 Wo have made a special effort on this lin and claim that there is no lino in Central Kentucky that nun approach our lino for variety quality bounty or price Silk Waists Ulio Gibson waist in silk and Morie vcluro and tInu other now stylos from 350 to 800 50c Fancy Silks Thirty very choice styles and colorings in tho vor host satin cord wash silks Excellent corded taffeta in t whito black crown and colors at 50c Plain pongoo silk 50c Stripo Pongoo Tusaah silks at 50c Silk mousolines in plain flincy and printed at iii0et111 excellent values Printed FoulardsI- nI inoro than 40 styles Tho now Pompadour and BiiBarry as well as smaller designs and stripes in new I satinfaco Foulards Prices range from 50c to 125 yard Black Silkst Genuine Taflbta as low as 50c a yard and at every r price up to 150 Poan do Solo from 100 to 200 Mon 1C and morie antique from 100 to 300 yard Satins Armurcs Sultanas Poau do Cyane Lonisine Lnnimeaux etc in white blackSilk and Linen Batiste extremely stylish and one of the most bountiful INow over made Is silk one way and linen the have them in plain white linen blue pink yellow and in fancies and embroidered I INovelties in Wash Goods Linen Etamines for waists and shirt waist suits Mer cerized Oxfords and Similes Solo for samo purpose Im portedMercerized Tissues and English Skirtings Cotton whipcords laid colored linens for skirts waists and suits Two hundred pieces new dress ginghams at lOc to 25c y Housekeeping Goods It will pay you to look at our lines of table linens napkins towels sheets bedspreads lace curtains po- I 1 ticrres C You can get prettier styles a larger selection1 and closcr prices than at home MillineryD- ate of our lint Opening will soon bo fixed As we will have over 100 New York trimmed hints from 300 I 2000 it will pay you to lookout for the notice j t I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Kv MAR U 1002 In fllllnjr your prescriptions we use proportlonlnot do better If yon paid us double the price whloh Is always reasonable Pen aye Drug Store PERSONALS OAPT J A DOTY of Lancaster wee here ydetordspoWarren are in Frankfort MISSES ELLEN BALLOU and Virginia Warren are In Cincinnati Mil P H KEMP has joined his wife at Mr T M PcnnlngtongL- AKON RIKER of LIarrod bur is registered at the St Asapb Mns K M EATON the aged mot of Mrs O R Coleman is very ill Miis NANNIE D JBNNINOS of Gar rard was with Mrs W A Careoo Mns J S REED of Lexington Is with her mother Mrs J M White MISS SMITH trimmer lor Mrs CIco Drown arrived from Chllllcotblo O DR R GOLDSTEIN will be at the St Asaph Hotel Tuesday March 18 one day only G A PEYTON and family are moving into the Miss Mary Myers property on Danville pike 11111gg e hero Yesterday BernrBdope 1 lard In Danville MRS PioKBTT who has boon vial lag Mrs Will Severance returned Shelby Wednesday I+ L CLIFFORD formerly of this place is now a dispatcher for the Sea ward Air Line at Raleigh IS O Mit JAMBS W SMITH and Mr O Woods of Richmond are spending H few dope at Crab Orchard Springs Knoee Ilutohlns 011 k Gas Gos Interest MRS LIZJSIB DILLION and daughter Mis Nelle DlllloD of Lancaster were here this weak to see Mrs Betsy IsV vlusMR V W THOMPSON of flee Llok was here yesterday tie says that everybody In his section Is for Hon R 0 Warren for Congress Miss POLLY TKAYLOR who neae tape to please her hearers will reolt at the old fiddlers contest at Walton Opera Douse Friday night week 21st II ROUT has soured a position 3with Dolan Dros the Lexington con traetors and will work for them on a railroad switch to be put In at Pine Knot IN ordering his paper sent to Coving too Judge R G Williams formerly ol Mt Vernon says be Is well pleased with his outlook His ofllco Is In tho Boone Block MR J M HILL writes from Ionca O T that life fraction is having a much looked for and long needed rain aDd that everybody Is feeling better over the prospects tot wheat Mill JOUN W ROUT will work for the Grand Leader Dry Goods Co as salesman Ho has had many years c perience in the dry goods business at will make the now store a valuable as sistant MRS ADELIA WOODS Is in receipt of a letter from her 100 Cabbol Woods who is now In tho Philippines serving Uncle Sam as a soldier Ho stood the trip on the Hancock well and Is In Coo health Ho writes that ho has already taken part In an engage mont or so and that be enjoys hunting and chasing the wily Insurgents LOCALS NEW stationery of latest styles just received at Craig Hockcrs WILL sell millet hay at 35o per 100 pounds for a few weeks to reduce stock J H Baughman Co SAVE mopey by reading Geo H Far Ill Cos advertisement each issue and especially this ono D M FERRYS garden eeed In bulk and package Best assortment wo have handled Hlgglns S McKluney 1FRIE1D3 of William Hamilton find him well fixed f business at 29 West Main Lexington F Tim Withers Furniture Co begins this Issue with a standing advertise ment Read it each Issue and you will not only be edified but enriched THE merchants and others horn who went into it have decided to quit Issue lag Benefit Script but of course they will redeem all script that Is now o I HAIL KILLED A CowTbe save killedt0lives on Mr M S Daugh mans far Those who doubt this are respectfully referred to Sheriff Baughman who gave us the Item BACK IN STANFORD Mr and Mrs Joules B Owens and eon Cabbell B Owens returned yesterday from Wil Hamsburg to make Stanford their home again much to the delight of their friends hero They sold their lease on Hotel Belmont to John B Fish of Mt Vernon who Is now In charge FRESH fish and oysters at E L Rloo i harts BUOOY wagon harness collars bamcs traces backhands etc at J C McClarys FARMERS Stock what coal you need plowlDIJFOR saletoo house vacated by E C Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this oalconTins storm of Wednesday afternoon a good deal of damage to fencing LyonhadMARSHAL JONES is doing the right thing by cleaning up the streets If bo keeps up the good work Stanford will soon rival Spotless Town In clean Ilncss STOnED1h Snyder and son rCbarleq Snyder of Louisville have rented M D Elmores storeroom and will open soon a full stock of dry goods clothing shoes etc r FIVE prizes will be Driven at the old fiddlers contest to beheld at Waltons Opera House Friday evening March 21 There will be settles from Ow cnsboro to Barbourvllle NEXT TUESDAY Sheriff M S Baugbman tolls us that the Central Oil L Gas Co will begin boring for oil on his farm next Tuesday We hope to report a gusher In a week or so FOR SALE Pair 16 band bay horses well matchedwork anywhere double or single Old Hickory wagon good as Willtnotet0t E C Boots Nlcbolasvllle bought the assigned stock of merchandise at foEr one Big lumber tester besides Look 13 building 2t THE city counoll Is contemplating building I brick streets which every lover of the best town on the map hopes will be dose Stanford Is in good shape financially and there Is no reason why snob Improvements should not be made HORTON Mrs Elba Horton aged nearly 80 died at the home of her son James Smith Horton near Waynes troublesaa of years ago r TUB court of appeals sustained a 21 year sentence of the Bell circuit court In the case of J H Smith vs Common wealth Smith was tried In Bell on a choose of venue from Harlan on a charge of murder Ho Is lit jail here for safekeeping c LADIES BAZAAR Mesdames B N Roller and J F Davis will open a Ls dlesOBazaar at Livingston soon and stock It with the latest styles In mlllln erg and ladles furnishing goods They will have a city trimmer A cordial Invitation Is extended the ladles of Rockcastle to call and see their stock I 1 tardAlex Martin Wm Coolcy Bob Vanoy Fount Myers A H Dawson Samuel Bishop and Den Martin A prize will sine be gives to the biggest liar Six settles so far three from Bovle and three from Lincoln W L Dawson manager A FAIRLY good audience greeted Mr James A Tate the temperance lectur er at Waltons Opera Souse Tuesday evening and enjoyed his talk from star to finish After the lecture a prohibition alliance was formed with Mr Geo I L Carpenter president and Mr E H Beazloy treasurer Rev W E Arnold Introduced Mr Tate In a short but ap propriate speech FIGHT IN JAILJ H Smith and Chris Jackson two of Jailer Herrins ento keeping prisoners quarreled over a game of cards Tuesday night when Smith struck Jackson on the head with a chair back cutting an ugly gash Mr Herrln separated the two men or wo might bavo bad a killing to cbrdn wounda1and had a of blood as nn artery wen severed STIOALL Mr William Stlgall the aged lather of our countyraan Mr R W Stigall died at his home near Per ryvlllo Wednesday after an illness of only a few days The Advocate says of him Ho was n good citizen and had boas engaged extensively in farming utand mule raising for several years and Is wellknown through Central Ien RyanaCammaO was a duringmthe war twiceI bson married his first wife bolas Susan Wood of Lincoln county and to them was born one child His second wits was Miss Mallnda Ferguson of Pulaskl county and to them were born 11 children 10 of whom are living The deceased was a member of the Chris flan church The funeral was preached at the Methodist church by Dr E M Green after which the Knight Temp laidlit BMcRobertl I F r TIlE A O U W lodge here will lot tiate eight members Monday night MANLY ALURIOIIT of BrodheadJ writes that be will give an old fiddlers contest on Saturday sight March 20 KILLED IJY TRAIN Thomas Smith an aged citizen of Rockcastle was struck by a freight train and killed ear Mt Vernon FREE rural mall delivery would be a great convenience to tho people of Lincoln county They can secure It by a little effort Why not make It To THE PEN Sheriff M S Bough man and ExSheriff S M Owens took two of the four prisoner given pent tentlary sentences to Frankfort this morning Joe and Tom Leasure the other two will appeal their cases If Judge Saufley does not grant a no trial 3J ROOMS for rent over Dlgglns S Mc Klnneys store JIM TALL was fined 15 Lathe police court for train riding THE new arc lights for streets have arrived and soon we will have tho best lighted town In the State The arcs are of the mol modern make and weather has no effect on them novbopabout 4i feet tall weighs about 85 pounds has gray eyes light hair scar across cheek left C Leslie Carters near Turners vllle Saturday afternoon Woro light colored cap light checked catand cor duroy pants Information concerning him will be thankfully received by Mr Carter Eggs for Hatching PlymouthRockshorn and Pekln Ducks all at II dwA E ALDUIOHT Ilrodlioad Ky QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points Sea and examine our line before buying Plow and Wagon Harness Smooth Barbed Wire Manure Forks Diggers Shovels Clover and Timothy Seed Stoves Ranges Hardware Groceries Pull stock in all departments Fresh fruit every week Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block Ii2ifYicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market 8cfiHAi Ii 1 i 4 G e 1Tr 4 v 4 Spring Goods a M1aree03 uut hUH not yet ffcrJgWI 4 tJfiJsf5 Look them over at yourear- liestfjrj opportunity a a81 at Inside of 10 days we hope to have fU our entire spring stock in and so flw arranged that we can easily show a1 a JjNff to judge for yourself Terms cash If I H J McROBERTS4 11a 3YMirnrl iit pll ts1t11 oo lll i 11 itI l + r off + +e i + yrswr wrsto fi6w 110isia jI Iit I Special Values at the New Store I lacesj margin with narrow edge for ruffles at lOc I SwissEmSee our lines of long clohs and soft dimities for underwear t We have succeeded in getting together the very but assortment of real handsome Torchon laces we have ever shown to our trade I Many now and pretty patterns In Val laces Look at our Zephyr at 7Jc for dresses boys walsU wash petti coats IIDont forget the place opposite the Myers house G ITHE FAIR DRY GoDSl IlYouCant Afford To Miss Our Special Display Saturday 22 ana Monday 24th Aside from our largo and woll selected stock we will have with us Mr Phil A Zulnuf who will show one of tho most exquisite lines of Carpets Linoleums Curtains Etc Everybody cordially invited to take advantage of this rare opportunity Withers Furniture Co Stanford rt uTBS INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottofflce at Stanford cu teonddau matt- eritnbltahaCTuaday smA k Ydpw AT 1 PER YEAR CASH- es When not sopstdsaOO will bech- argedJEJ n KNOXVILLE DIVISION No HTralS going North ltS9 am NoM M2tOamN-o25 II II South 12atam- Nom II 12S2pm For all Point f KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Not 4 lures Stanford at 155 a m No 5arrlT atStanford 1ISam Nol lures Stanford at 2 30 p m R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Offlcejovor JligRins k McKinneys StorI Telephone No 18 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoKinney KyM- alteand keep constantly on hand the 1beetof Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chick Sc Prices very reasonable Cm torn grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Ulller FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE t STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand ant for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager 1 H CaRUILEYI The Merchant Tailor t STANFORD KY N Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call i NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W crxsE k 3m Prats f JUNCTION CITY KY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oralo and Hay For Sale 1 Mason HotelI SIRS U D SIJ1PSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every king first class Porters meet all trains 89 t ERDILLEHAY DAITVILLB KY Manufacturer o- fBRT a IKLI And Dealer Ins t Lime Cement o o Write For Prices f I BROWN 8 BROWN Attornoys at Law Office in Masonic ldlt SOMERSET Room 0 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections mule and promptly k COAL 4Ihave decided to remain at Rowland this and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and A of your patronage I handle the best grades of coal T b 8UELTON Rowland Ky i Livery Outfit For Sale OI wish to sell my livery business at McKinney and will make the price right to the buyer Ata baring a good but dont like the business Write or call for particulars JOHN COULTER McKinney DR R GOLDSTEIN I r Ere 8peclallstf Louis rllle will be at 8t Asapli HotclStnuford L Tuesday March 18 s neway only Eyes examined and glasses sc lintlflcallyj adjusted Oflce hour 9 a m to 4 p m I f Soft I Harness Inordinarily would EUREKAHarness makes a poor looking barI nee like new Mule off heavy bodfat oil ee ta will1a04lliheweaather Bold eve herein cans all sizes Hidt tj STANDARD OIL CO Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair yonr buggv carriage or wagon In flt itclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J 11 ORRER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OIIeeovr McRotorU Drag la the Owilej Bulldlni J H BOONS COs Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Braces Old Stand Depot St STRHFORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel- Ing Men Phone No 08 A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services ta zzzzni4uoteineort- o tbo people of Lincoln County Ho will please both In work and puce Write to him Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINO OK 100S Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines asparagus small fruits and everything for lawn and garden We have no agent but sell direct to the planter II F IIILLENMEYER Lexington ICy No Credit No Debts Success for all Former after a years work I have the roads completed to every house for miles around making P Brad shaws grocery store at Turnersvlllo the union depot for all trains from 6 a m until 8 p m So your trains and bring your butter In any quantity and receive lie cash or 15c In goods bear In mind these trains will be run on the same principle all other trains are run onyou mutt pay for ticket before board the trainsot- he goods must be paid for before leaving the Do not fall to watch from time to time my prices on butter W P B1tM I1Aw Turnersvllle Ky J cGJMY+ V+ 1 UNDERTAKER ESIBALTrIER And Dealoar In AENESS SADDLEBY fcO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYS UNDEBTAKEES ALSO BKAL1KS 111 Furniture MatUng8Rugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Six broke mules for sale J B Owe Icy Stanford Fort SALE50 owes and 60 amt L L Doty Stanford seed oats for salo C C Car Ipantor Hustonvlllc Ky 3l- I Lewis Oatts of Wayne bought 26 cattle In Tenncesco at 826- I LoSTTwo black barrojvs welltht 50 pounds E H Benzley Samuel Dudderar sold to Pony flea ley a pair of mules for 1260 I want to buy sow and shoate Not plea Jos Ballou Stanford 2t A J Thompson of tho East JoDd sold 100 barrels of corn at W- FIRSTRATH Jersey milk cow for lalo Fresh J W Alcorn Stanford Ton good work mules 4 to 8 years old for sale C T Bonon Quito villc KytfTwo stacks of good clean tlraoth hay for sale Er Carson Husto vllle Ky2tW M Bright sold to J C Johnso of Boyle 10 butcher cattle at 380 and a lot of 160pound holts at Go FOR SALE6 jacks ready for servlc 12 3yearold work mules and two fresh cows I S Tevls Shelby City Ky Dr J B Owsley cold to W R Cook a pair of work mules for 1250 and to M J Harris two car loads of hay at 112 George E Alford of Hustonvilte rc fused 8050 for his high class harnei horse Monday Matt Cohen made tbo offerW R Denham sold 23 acres of bemp to Q A B Marksbury aUS 50 per Ion hundred J C Lynn sold to Fox La gan a saddle mare for 8226 News H W Wilson has resigned as secretary of the Kentucky Trotting Done Breeders Association He will go to New York to manage the Empire City trackMore than 6000000 eggs were re celved in New York Tuesday mOidy from the West and the price dropped to 17 coots They sold two weeks ag at 37 cents The advertisement of that spiced saddle stallion Preston appears else where He is in the hands of W D Burton Lancaster who stands him at the low price of 110 to insure a llvlni coltE P Faulconer bought of Vllllao Henson of Lincoln county his crop of 8000 pounds of tobacco at 01 cents C B Stewart of Harrodsburg purchase 25000 pounds of tobacco in LIncoln county this week at 87 Advocate CHURCH MATTERS Tbero will bo preaching at the Dap tlst church at 11 oclock Sunday morn- Ing Rev Charles E Powell jon of Capt Ben Powell of this county but wbo has been preaching at Fulton Mo for several years has accepted a flatterln call to the First Christian church of Birmingham Tbe Metropolitan church at Chlcag is planning a church building with a roof garden adjunct In which rellglou services will be held Sunday end otbe meetings and religious concerts on week day evenings In the Summei months A serious objection to tbi Sunday evening religious meeting hlth erto has been the close confined air which hinders spiritual development bj warping the physical MATRIMONIAL W H Campbell aged 43 and twice a widower was married at Rev M P Morgans by that gentleman to Mice Polly Ann Huston 24 Mary E Baglev of Anderson Ind has sued her husband Alfred Bagley for divorce alleging that her husband vlll not permit her to attend church W D Edmiston and Miss Ada Mc Vhorter both of Crab Orchard were carried yesterday afternoon at the residence of Rev Preston ftlako at 530 The couple are well known here aDd bave the hearty well wishes ofI many friends After the ceremony they went to the Pbounlx Hotel Lexington Democrat Children often inherit feeble digcttive powers and colic of a more or less severe baractcr results when food is token diich is at all difficult to digest WIIITCS RBAU VBRMIBUOE acts as a general land ermanent tonic Price 25 cents Pen lys Drug Store Among the clever things recently said of Booker T Washington is tble The Negroes now have fewer men in Congress and the State Legislatures ban they had 20 years ago but they laVe a much larger number of schools aDd decent farm houses than ever be foro onfodorate Veterans Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping cars to Shreveport are attached to Queen k Crescent Route vestl buled trains at Clmttanooga whli special through trains to Dallas will be run from huttanooga during the Reunion and trough tourist cars will also be entucky and Tennessee points If enough veteran Indicate their Intention of going to altos This Is the only line that takes you palt Lookout Mountain the buttleBclds at hattnnooLa and the sccnoi of the siege of Icksburg Tickets are also on sale via New Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga New Orleans and other points eaat of the Mississippi river are permitted btrtyone Junction City to Dallas agents will quote low ex urslon rates on application Send your ame for free maps pam ihlets describing Vlcksburg Dallas and the Battlefield at Chlckamauga WOIilo arson Qenl Passenger Agt Cincinnati MT VERNON There will bo a big lot of moving and swapping locations hero In next fow weeksThe East Fork Telephone Company will build a line from this place don Skaggs Creek U G Baker is making extensive 1m provomonts in tho dwelling ho lateI purchased on West Main Street The quarries around Langford Sta Lion are making preparations for a bllr run Tho companies will work larlto forces of men We are pleased to hoar of the 1 J s return to Its old publication hours Our people dont like to wall till day after publication before receiving it This place London Wild Ie and other points enjoyed a nice concert over the phone a few nights since Thu mu sic was furnished by Crab Orchard excellent band The new board of town trustees have hold two meetings As yet there Is no marshal and It doesnt appear that one U particularly needed S C Frankl was appointed town clerk Thomas Smith aged about 02 who was almost deaf was found dead by tho side of track near Maretburg thlB county Thursday morning Both lels were broken head mashed and other bruises on the body indicated that to hid been struck by a train Tho Lancaster Record makes mat tlon of the splendid work of electrician Henley V Battln Young Mr DlillUn learned the theory la Stato Collet where his close application counte Toe practical was gained in his work on the Bastln system He will IIkoly accept a position In the electrical di partment of St Louis Exposition E bert Wallln the Brodbcad marshal was here Tuesday Tho U S recruiting olllcer who has been locate here for some days has secured anum bar of new soldiers Col John B PIh and family are now in Wllllamsburj Mr Fish has taken charge of tbo New Belmont Hotel Prof Joe Ireland baa arrived and taken charge of Colloglat Institute He has made a very favors bio impression Dr Ewers the principal Is yet feeble and gala strengtl very slowly W C Mullins and D S McKlnnej two of Livingston solid oltiMns won hero on business Monday Pbll Allen the insurance man was up In Jackso county last week and paid off the policy held by the late Leo Porter J J Lawrence wife and baby are at Dr Lawrence James Houk Jr ono of our most progressive merchants was II Louisville this week Jones Fish tho new merchant went to Knoxville lait night Mr Beeman the bridge con tractor was here Wednesday contract log for stone Mrs J R Cass was up from Brodbead Tuesday to have Optician Franklin Other eyes with glaisei 2 Card of Thanks CONCORD TBNN March 10Moth- er asked mo to write to tbo many friends of her lato and last sister Mis Mary J McAfee and thank them for their kindness For many years the two have been separated yet tho fa rors shown to Grandmother Aunt Jo rusba and Aunt Babe as well as to Aunt Mary have been made known to aer How her heart must swell with gratitude the son can never know Many letters have come to her durlni tho past years mentioning tbo klndoen and friendship of tho Stanford and Rowland people Though It was suet that mother could not bn with her only ilster In her last days yet she feels bbl everything was dooo that could be lone and assures her undying gratitude or the same Hoping she may meet hem all Over There Verv truly J K FARitlS For all pulmonary troubles BALL Aim roniuouND Svitur taken in the early itsges proves a certain and sure specific It is equally effective In croup and whoop ng cough and if used In season prevents the further development of consumption lrice 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug iloro Georgetown College has withdrawn from the Kentucky Intercollegiate Or torlcal Association leaving only Stale Jollego and Central University In the rganlzatlon No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from piles unless they arc so filleted TAJJLERB UUCKEYE PILE IINTJIKST ia a quick safe and painless cure Iice 60 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Drug Store a Thirty millions of artificial teeth are uled each year When children have earache saturate a piece of cotton with BALIABBS Stow ISIMEXT and place It in tho car It will stop the pain quickly Price 25 nnd 60 cenls Pennys Drug Flore The wife of Dr A G Freeman Is- dcad of measles atBurgln Plea REWARD 1100 The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that then list least one dreaded illMaN that d- enee hat teen able to cure In all lit tliuei and onlydikeIamb betoa a contllulloa1 dissass require a nstltntlonal treatment Halls Catarrh ore taken Internally actlg directly upon the blood lId mucous surfaces of the ay tem de rosin the fouodationof thedisseeeanl gtlae patient strength by bulldlns the conilltu tlon soil Damon In doing Its work The oprteton nave 10 much filth In Itt curative powen that they offer One Hundred Dollars for- aay use that It falls to cure Send tor lilt of tea nonlala Addrcu K J OHEKEY A CO Toledo O Sold by dru latl 73- oRa1s YIIIU PUll are the best A CLEARANCE SALE 1 COSTIS vt This will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Woods Hoots and Shoes and other good too numerous to mention in this ad Hero an example 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 1 ArbucUlcn Coffee tOe to retail trade only This sale U for cash No good charged at these prices so dont ak it I She Charles 1S3heeler tmVOTm HUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCESDEALERS IX Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand rind are sold at pricca that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap RobesJ fit First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally established as the ItejNtalt Hank of Stanford In 18M then r organlte I as the National tank of Stanford In 1884 dad again rtMirganlicd as the Phil National Hank of Stanford In 1888 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence fur II fears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable cursor Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL Directors J n Paxton J H Owsley B It Shanlm W O Walker Oeo W Carter Bueceuora to The Fumes Hank A Trust Company and under sane management oonllnuously l for H years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such business relations will rune mutually beneficial f Officers J B IIOOKRU Irest J J McUOIlRUTS Chr W II WBAUKX Dk- prDirectors t V Reid Lincoln Oo 8 T Plant Unodln C- oJ8 liNker Lincoln Oo W I Walton Lincoln Co J II OHlllerOrabOrthard t U II Hwore Stan ford 8 II Ilaughnan Stanford T I 11111 Stanford Jas ItoWnson Hubble J H lUushrosn Stanford W 1 Tate Stanford S STOCK 9OOOOO Officers 8 H BHANK8 President- J c II OWBLRVOashlsr W M llltlOIIT Ant Cashier Leave omL Prescriptionswith J Lowest Prices Consistent With Best Material and Accurate Work manship I CRAIG HOCHER CLOSING OUT r 1 I have decided to quit the goods business have advertised mystore for sale The I1mlIers of this paper know the kind and quality of t- tho goods I handle and while IRID waitingtfor the purchaser of this stock of goods you have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE IIWe handle the 1 Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterlfng and Eagle Buggies JI l A better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition- If you want the best buggy made come see our stock Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY 1t I