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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4- w SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL4lVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 18 1902 9 A M NO5 Plonpor Days in Lincoln County Thoro hae been eo much written of the pioneers of Kentucky that wowhb have followed In tho pallia they marked out with their blood cam ae familiar with them at though wo bad bcgn ibclr contemporaries Out tbo Bubjocl II by no means exhausted Tbo early Bottlers bf Kentucky It it a fact of hlstoryworo men of Iron mold an Indomitable will and as InionilUlo to fear or danger at tboy wero Indifferent to floe clothe4 and the luxuries of civilized noolely It U a fact that with corporal frames un usually largo and muscular and conitl lutlous singularly robust and enduring they tXMiesecd also Intclllgonco and mental energies which considering what might bo naturally expected of tncn of their condition In lifo and their- S situation In a wilderness affording none of the ordinary moans of loolleoiual culture were equally remarkable The people of no section of tbo country nor of tho world postess a larger share of native Intelligence than tho descend ante of the pioneer of Koatuoky nor of courage heroic daring and endue ance Tho following Incident In the early history of this State has escaped lhe notlcoiof the local chronicler A eta lion rras located and a block house jla what It now tho county of Lie com that has lllllomodllon In history r s ra called Carpenters Station j from lie having been settled by three brothers John Adam and Conrad Car pen tor They came front Rooklngnam county Va In tbo year 1770 and 1m s mediately located this station built a block house or fort and prepared for permanent settlement Soon after their location they were joined by the Spear and Darnetts and two or three other families which strengthened them In numbers and enabled them to present a strong front to their natural onomlot the savages They were not long left To rust unburnlsbcd not to shine In use but wero soon attacked by the Indians For nearly 30 years they wore an object of jealousy to tbo savage tribes who claimed Kentucky as a hunt log ground and repeated efforts ware made to destroy the little station But with Spartan valor the Inmates of Car poolers fort stood to their arms and repelled every attaok made ifpoo them Carpenter Station was about three 1 miles from whore IluslonvlUo now stand In a westward direction and on the present road now leading to Leba non The last Incursion of tbo Indians Into this put of the State was In 1707 18 year alter tbo settlement of Car ptnter Station While they did not boldly attack Carpenters Station at this time they did not neglect to pay tbo settlement a visit The fort had long been abandoned and the people formerly residing within la protecting walls bad gone forth like the dove from the ark to form home of their own Margaret Carpenter the daughter of one of the brothers wbo bad settled the station and only 10 years old was sit ting In her fathers wood yard In the t lap of a Negro woman one day when s they wero suddenly fired on by tho In deans Tbo Negro woman was shot dead but the girl was uninjured 7a close call but what the pioneers of Kentucky slam used to and whether man or woman boy or girl they faced danger without flinching Margaret S Carpenter a 10 ycar old girl though butIfoesigirll ages had anticipated tbo whites were alarmed by the report of the gun and a largo force was soon assembled Pursuit was Instituted but tbo savages had gotten too great a start and succeeded t In making good their escape An Incident of this station will very aptly Illustrate tho prUattons of tbo plonoore as well as tbo dangers to which tboy woro exposed During tho I f winter of 177080 several times alluded oJ to In history as one of uouanal severity I and one ot great hardship to the few people then In Kentucky one of tbo I Carpenter from their newly selllod station made a trip through tbo wil derness and alone to Uoonesboro for provisions do purchased whlio there a bushel of corn for which ho paid 810 Incredible as It may seem to us to day But In 1770 there was not much corn In Kentucky to bo had atany price Often and particularly during the hard winter of 177080 tho people woro sometimes without broad for weeks at a time and frequently on very short ra lions of meat It was such times with tholr accompaniment of dangers and privations of toll and labor that arous ed the muse of a local poet and bo sung of The old log oabln with Its puncheon floor Tho old log cabin with Us clapboard door I Shall we ever forget Iw mostgrown roof The old rattling loom with rte warp and woof The old stick chimney 01 oat and olay Thookl hearthstone where we used to pray V No Well not forget the old wool wheel Nor the hank on the old count reel Well not forgot how wo used to eat The Sweet honeycomb and the fat deermeat Well not forget bow wo used to bake That best of bread the old Johnnycake r The above was doubtless penned upon a full stomach when the writer was feeling good and at peace with all man kind Uo could scarcely have written so jubilantly In any of the stations of Kentucky during the winter of 177080 when a local chronicler Informs us that Col Todd returned to the fort Lex legion almost famished the provision were so nearly exhausted that his wife could offer him nothing but a gill of milk and a little place of bard bread and this was turned over In silence to his starving servant Mr Carpenter returned In safety from his trip to Doonesboro carrying hit bushel of oorn with him and his other provisions Tho oorp was plant ed In the spring of 1780 and was the first raised In Jbat section of the State Margaret Carpenter who so narrowly escaped assassination by the savages al detailed above afterward married Llndsey Powell and became the ancestor of tbo noted Powell family of Ken tucky LA GUIlIK QUICKLY CUIIKP In the winter of 1SUS and 1SOO I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called la grippe fays F L Hewetl a proxlnentiliufglitof Ittnflald III Tho only mullein I used was two bottle of Chamberlains Cough Itonuxly It broke up the oo d and stopped the coughing like magic and I havo never since been troubled wllh grippe Chamberlains Cough Remedy CMII always be depended npon to break up a severe cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia It is pleasant to take too which makes It the most desirable and one of the most porn jar preparations in use for these ailments For sale by Craig A looker druggists A plan Is on foot to organize an ex elusive club In London for Americans wboro they can moot the nicest people In England Americans by reason of their nationality are now barred from membership la the best London clubs When you wake up with a bad taste InI your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains filouiach and Liv or Tables They will cleanse your stow colt Improve your appetite and make you feel like a new wan They are easy to take being sugar coated and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig 7 Hooker druggists I In the Spring a womans OL fancy turns to thought of Easter hats And the hopeful lover figures on the cost of furnished Hats Heirs of Senator Fair will erect a I 12000000 hotel In San FraoclecoI Light Biscuit DeliciousCakeI Dainty PastriesI Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts s o NEWS NOTESIAndrew Carnegie endowed 33 librar ies Frlditv D O Colson has announced for Con gross In the Eleventh The American Investment Co of Lexington hat made an assignment j Haiders destroyed the Llttlo Mount toll gate near Taylorsvillo for the eee and time Billed us n tack of potatoes a leaoeasICity man made a trip of 700 freight oar Hoar Admiral John A Howell rank log next to Admiral Dewey was placed on the retired list John Bowman committed suicide at Fort Wayne Ind In the presence of his wife and daughter Science nail one of the State Uni varsity buildings at Mltsoula Mont burned Lose 1100000- At Miller City 0 a young woman took what purported to bo a sample headache powder and died The Boston freight handlers strike has been declared off the men having been granted their demands Capl Sam Sanders who bad Spent 60 years In tbo life of a steamboalman dle4at his home In Frankfort Another floater tbo sixth in three months was found at BaaumontToxaa with every Indication of foul play The Pall River Mass manufacture ore granted a raise In wages of 10 percent and thereby prevented a strike In New York John T Slovor was shot and killed by his wife who claims ibo committed the deed In selfdefense Mr Martha S Withers of Lexing ton has given 15000 for the proposed woman department of Kentucky University J A Sbrader a meronant of Now Castle was rearrested on the charge of robberyefiveyearold son of Stephen Lltherlaod of Washington led fell Into a kettle of boiling soap and was fatally burned No leu tbau 10000000 acres of Cuba nearly half the IslaodIII forest There are 30 different species of palms alooo found there Judge Stout of Versailles flood Al len Phillips 1200 and ordered him sent to jail for IOU day for pointing a pistol at Thomas Stokely The old Lincoln farm In Spencer county Indiana will bo sold for delin quent taxes The mother of Abraham Lincoln is burled there Forty bouso were wreaked and 3b were damaged by a cyclone at Piper Ala One man wee killed and a family of the was severely Injured 4 Two mills of the Rand Powder Work at Columbus Kan wore wreaked by an explosion Ono roan was killed and other Injured The grand jury at Pltlsburg has re turned three Indlolmenls against Mr Catherine 1C Soffel growlogoutof ber complicity In the escape of the Diddle brothers George Jackson tbo Negro who claimed to have driven the hack con tamping Pearl Bryan remains was fa tally Injured In a runaway accident at MayvillesA New York chef who served the luncheon at the launching of the Me tear has been forced to assign because the guests stole all the silverware for souvenirs As a result of an explosion In the plant of the Falrmouot Manufacturing Company at Cleveland one girl em ploye Is dead whllo seven others aro serlouely Injured In Doddrldgo county W Va Late Yerkey burled a hatchet In his wifes head and then beat ber brains out with- a poker Ho afterward cut his own throat and ought to die If ho doesnt MATRIMONIAL Five times married and a suit for di vorce against two of her husbands Is the peculiar marital experiences of Mary Foster of Lexington Harvey Edlngton aged 20 and Miss nearMaykingmarriage Ho was recently divorced from his first wlfo At Johnson Teen Will Chide aged 30 attempted to elopo with pretty Miss Dora Smith 10 The ladys father pursued the couple on horse back for 30 miles secured his daughter and shot Cbldo In the log- 1AEUJIONIA CAN I1E PREVENTED This disease always results from a cold or an attack of tho hrip and may bo pro vented l y the timely use of Chamberlain Cough Remedy This remedy was extensively used during the epidemics of la grippe of the past few years and not a single case has over been reported that didnot recover or that resulted in pneu monia which shows It to bo a certain pre ventive of that dangerous disease For sale by Craig A Rocker druggists Thirty years ago the INTERIOR JOURNAL of Stanford was launched upon the sea of journalism It ls ono of the best paper In the State Louisville Times LANCASTER Circuit court Is still In session Butter Is a raro commodity bringing 2Jfo per pound- I The grand jury has returned about 250 Indictments up to this time Tho city council has passed an ordi nance which puts a license on peddlers of all kinds The Ladles Aid Society will hold lu next Saturday aftoroon meeting with Mrs Elizabeth Mason The Central Record begatiwith lie last Issue to send out colored illustrated supplements to its patrons Mlts Claudia Arnold and Benjamin Swope of near Bryantsvllle will be married Wednesday at the brides parents Rev James L McClung pastor of the Paint Lick membership preached at the Presbyterian church on Sunday eveningMr Mrs Thomas house sold their lato homestead containing lit acres to A C nod J Y Robinson at 050 per ero Miss Margaret Burns of Cincinnati will arrive today to tako the position of trimmer In the Logan Harris whim cry establishment Eight or 10 young men have furnish ed club rooms In the Stormes block on Danville Avenue Only members arc admitted to these exclusive apartments C A Robinson sold a butcher cow to T S Elkin at 3lc Reuben Bentley sold a cow to same at 3Je Alex West sold some butcher hogs to same at 51c The Baptist Young Peoples Society will render a missionary program at the church on Friday evening March 21 at 7I M Refreshments will bo served and a freowlll offering taken William Coon and family who three years ago emigrated to Missouri by bitter experience have found out that there Is no section on this great globe as good ae old Garrard and have gladly returned 10 their native county Holtielaw Bro Of Gilberts Creek DItoblnsoDsame traders sold a 151 hand mule to R L Hubble for 575 W R Cook sold a four yearold mule 151 hands high to George D Robinson for 900- J T Williams of the coal firm of Williams Chance and late owner of the old Burnsldo farm near Point Leaved has bought tbo residence known as the Wortham place of A H Basttn When James I White vacates Mr Williams and family will take posses sloe Mrs Luorotla Grimes a widow o west Garrard was robbed of HO on last Thursday night V 0 Mulllkla of Wllmoro was summoned with his bloodhounds and after a hot trail of overthrew miles Robert Carrier and Alfred Preston were arrested tho for mer having taken refuge In a hemp shock Preston admits his guilt Tbo largo hardware stock of the late John M Hlgglnbolbam was sold at public outcry on last Thursday after noon and was knocked off to John F Walker son of T B Walker The stock which was Invoiced at a little over 4000 brought 3255 The new establishment will be known as T B Walker t Son and will be continued In the same store room Mrs Talltba Ward Gresham died Saturday at the home or her brother Wm Ward after a very brief Illness of bronchial pneumonia She was the picture of health and tho news of her death was a great shock to her friends few of whom even know of ber sick ness She was the widow of Richard Gresham who once represented Hock castle In the Legislature She was 63 years old and leaves several brothers sod sisters Mrs Gresham was a devout christian and ardent member of the W C T U The funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon by Mr J S McClung at the Presbyterian church and the Interment followed In Lancas ter cemetery Ono of the strikingly sad features of ire Gresbama death was the fact recalled by many that she was present at M H Gills funeral just the Sunday before little knowing that she would be the next to receive the Inevitable summons Mrs L F Hubble Is numbered with the elsk Two of Dr Sandllne children Bro quite III Mrs R S Wards lIttle boys aro victims of chicken pox Nina Julia Reid Is 111 Mrs 3S Rob inson la not Improving much Mr Ham Browns condition Is improved Miss Emily Chonault of Richmond Is a member of a house party at the howl of Miss Florence Burnsldo Mack Pet ly has gone to Illinois to locate Miss Dove Harris and L B Beazley will at tend a birthday tea given by Mrs J S Baughman of Boyle Mr and Mrs M F Elkin of Stanford visited T S El kin and wlfo Mr Ed Price has been visiting Mrs Grant In Danville Mrs B F Hudson and Miss Elizabeth attended tho burial Sunday of the Infant of Mr and Mrs Humphrey Hudson of Danville Miss Annie Cockrell of Ir vine la visiting Miss Annlo Austin arrlvoICrab Orchard has ea and Mrs Beazloy QUALITY QUANTITY VARIETY All arc to be found to a large degree in our stock of Spring Clothing and Furnishingsw- hich are arriving daily We can sup all needs and tastes New fresh goods No back numbers IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied mILLER HIRSGH DanvillB I eo In See at The that enter into drug are we these and a fair We to give all these the fullest While in some need of in there is not We one yet our are apt to be less than are sold for COe SIO Non 3596 OFFICERS Thee Rankin President KyJKyFKyJKy ff1bI Douglas 300And 35- QShoes ARE TME BEST The World New Styles Cummins McClarys Modern Drug Dealing elements perfect scryico believe Competency quality courteousness profit policy endeavor expression things thcrojislcgitimate varying qualities medicinal drugs handle grade onlythe highest prices inferior Pennys Drug Store StanfordI Fall reek Millsprings Oil Gas Incorporated Capital Stock 325000 Shares Assessable Territory Acres Millsprings Our territory Is oituatol only a quarter of a mile from the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and In a line between It and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south It lion the river and plpo lino and consists of 3560 acres owned In fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid In developing territory For informa tion prospxtus or stock address F M Rankin Secy CENTRAL OIL QHS mINING GO- Of Lexington Kentucky H N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich W H Clay VlcePrcs Lexington A P Gooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Sec Treas Our holdings consist of about 5030 acres In Wayne county Ky about one and tone half miles from tho great Sunnybrook field about 6000 acres in Lincoln county Kyand 000 acres in Licking Valley in Bath county close up to Ragland where wo have two producing wells the average of tho territory In that locality We havo started to drill In all three counties and expect to strike oil In every well We aro still acquiring very valuable lards In addition to those already secured and lying la close proxtmlty to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will be sold at5 a share par value of shares 910 each This stock will we confidently believe bo soiling for par in thirty days nn n Shop Departments By n lucky stroke wo were able to buy of the largest firm in Cincinnati making ladies custom mado shoes n largo lino of Ladies Shoes and Ox fords in Vici Patent Calf and Patent Vici at fifty cents on the dollar These nro all new bright goods with makers name and brandon every pair Wo are going to sell these out in a very short time ut prices that will surprise you and remember they are the Gnat lino made anywhere S5 Ladies Vici Patent Leather new heel and too300400 Ladies kid now heol and too248350 Ladies Patent Leathers beauties 226 300 Ladies kid shoes a bargain ntl98S3- il Oxfords in Patent Vici th finest 2G9 825 Oxfords in Dongola strap very stylish 229 275 Oxfords in mannish last heavy solo 190 250 Oxfords in Dongola kid good for the price175T- ailor Made Suits and Walking Skirts We are well stocked on Walking Skirts the seasons newest and best but wo also represent the well known firm of Kline Kohn Co of Chi sago Ladies Tailors We will make Suits to measure from 1250 to 885 and skirts from 84 to 540 We will also make your dress from your own goods mantailored from 81125 to 2530styles to select from and we furnish liningstrimmingsctc Wo have 300 samples of cloth whichwe sell sponged and shrunk at 48 12c coloringsTailor and Moire Suits made to order from 25 up Skirts 15 up We guaran tee a perfect fit Come in and see our fashion plates showing new styles MILLINERY Ladies we have the newest and swellest millinery Walking lints new spring Trimmed lInts c Mil linery findings at 13 olF regular price THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON L a Candidate for Railroad Commluloner f fi t7dDistrict lublect to the will of the democracy LOVE figured In John P Alt clds early life and played an Important part In turning him Into the road which led him to such signal success according to the Chicago Chronicle In St Joseph Mo where bo studied law he became enamored of a delightful young woman of the town ills love was not returned because he had come to the town virtually a tramp Though ho had risen from that state to a position of respect In the community the girl would not receive his attentions and t his heart was crushed He bad been I neglecting his law studies because oft this affair of the heart but after the collapse came be sat down one night dayIthink I am good enough for her I lawonI1 I die whether Im any good or not It was not many years later that Altgeld had attained a National reputation and the voung woman who spurned him then has lived to see him known the world over4 Time Louisville health olllcer has Is ued an order against the sale In that city of Itmberger choose He says he le satisfied It Is unwholesome and that an examination under an ordinary mag nifying glass will prove to a blind man that It contains many microbes We dont know about the microbes but an odor sure and strong Is over present with llmberger and If that cheese Is not unwholesome it Is unpleasant to the smell to say the least TUB Barbourvlllo News la making a gallant fight for Hon James D Black or governor Editor Sampson Is are publican but ho recognizes in Mr Black a flee gentleman an able jurist and excellent timber for governor and he does not hesitate to talk out in meeting on the subjects TILE advance of 25 per cent in tire Insurance rates recently decides upon at a meeting In New York became of fectlve In this State yesterday This will make insurance almost prohibitive and the Insurance companies should and c doubtless will lose business by their 1senseless raise 6 We never ex agerate In price or qual ity Grand LoauorLincoln THE GRAND LEADER has been in existence now one week in Stanford The people of Stanford and Lincoln county show beyond n doubt theyappreciate our efforts out prices our uptodnto stockand it has spllrrcdll on to greater vw rts this week we will make and put into execution n Grand Acquaintance 1eTO want to meet you Wo want you to learn our pricesT want you to inspect our largo and well selected stock Wo admit wo nro strangers to you and all we ask is for you and your friends to como in price our goods and judge for yourself Wo make it a rule mover to insist on anyone buying in our storeour values must nod do speak for themselves Ifyou become dissatisfied with any purchases ratio at our store ox cept cut goods we will return your money In other words your money back if you want it Is this not a fair proposition Wo think so Can you aflbrd not to trade at Tho Grand Leader Wo think not Its up to you Road everything in this ad tad bring it with you In addition to tho linos mentioned wo have n largo stock of Mens Hoys and Clothing nt bargain prices Wash Goods Our stock is certainly complete in this line Everything you might think of wo have in this department Nice now chic crisp styles Everything right down to the price This is the chief feature GOO yards linen striped Screo weave mado to sell at lOc our price per yard 4 l2c 500 yards new Batiste and Dimity mado to roll at lOc our price per yard G 12c 200 yards new Batiste and Dimity made to sell at 12 l2c our price per yard Oc 300 yards new Batiste and Dimity made to sell at 150 our price per yard 12c Mercerized ginghams solid colors now in style worth 12 l2c our price per yard lOc Now etripesin dress ginghams worth 12 12c our price 100 34inch percale spring styles worth lOc our prico 8 l3c 3Ginch percale spring styles worth 12 l2c our price 100 Calicoes Etc Best brands calico none but standard makos your choice Ie heavy worth i 12c yard our price 50 Extra heavy shirtingworth lOc our price per yard Good heavy unbleached cotton we sell you at So yard Splendid bleached cotton we sell you at Sc yard Dost apron checks Lancaster and Amoskeng wo soil you at 80 Heavy outing dark at 6c yard 104 unblenchetl sheetingheavy 950 for 1 K 0 104 bleached PcpperinI sheeting worth25c for 210 Shirt Waists Complete new lino of Ladies Shirt Waists for spring and sum nier wear Hero arc a few special items Now Gibson India linen white waists worth lGO at 100 Fancy gingham waists solid colors worth 125 at Plain white India linen waists very pretty worth 80cI lONE of the best bills that has passed the Legislature at tbo present eeeslo a la the one requiring registration as s requisite to voting In fifth class cities Heretofore there has been no check on voters In abolutelyI class and tbo floaters the day It Is a pity that re I is not required everywhere In every election There would be loss ehanc- of fraud and repeating SENATOR MCLACHIN la serving his last term In the body be has disgraced South Carolina may occasionally send a pitchfork statesman to the United States Sonata but she never makes the mistake of reelecting a man who sells his birthright for a mess of pottage JOHN SMISCR a Petersburg Ind saloonkeeper was fined 825 for selling his little eon whisky It is a pity a ver diet of death waa not given him TOE RheaMoss cdntest will bo de aided this week when Its dollars to doughnuts Moss will bo given Rhea a seat In Congress THE Legislature expires by Italia tion today There is little probabil- Ity of an extra session POLIO Deboe Introduced a bill appropriating 875000 fora public building at Render sonThe Senate passed the Newcomb House bill to prevent the docking of horses tails The governor announced to the House yesterday afternoon his approval of nine bills- Resolutions commendatory of the late exGov John P Altgeld were adopted by the House at Frankfort Dr Chester Mayer of Loulsvllleand Dr Isaac A Sherley of Winchester were appointed members of the State Board of Health Rev floury Ponnington of Owen boro was attacked by Nathan Stewart who used a club Pcnnlngton shot at him but missed during the fight At Frankfort the House passed unanimously the Weller Sonata bill provld log for a constitutional amendment per mitting home rule In municipal taxa Lion Seoretary Shaw has announced that the treasury will discontinue for the present the purchase of bonds The believes the price of bonds Is unreasonably high The House at Frankfort refused to concur In the Senate amendments to the Revenue bill Including the new capitol provision and the bill goes to inference A dicker Is on to have a St Louis Worlds fair appropriation made In return for House Indorsement of the new capitol amendment By refusing to make the school book bill a special order the State Senate by a vote of 20 to 10 killed the mesa uro Gov Hunt after a tour of Porto RI co reports that the material and poUt leal condition of the people has pro grossed In every respect John P Altgeld was burled In Grace JaBryan spoke at the grave President Roosevelt has tendered tbo position of commissioner general of 1mI migration now held by T V Powder ly to Frank P Sargent chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen The Washington Post says Lieut Gen Miles mado a request to bo soot to the Philippines and submitted a plan to end the war but was turned down by Secretary Root whose action was approved by the President The beet sugar advocates In Congress are bitter against Speaker Henderson and are threatening to oppose him for renomlnatlon In case the next House Is republican They are booming Mr Llttlcfleld of Maine for the place NDTHAT Cecil Rhodes is growing weaker The Deutschland with Prince Henry oa board arrived at Plymouth Eng Wm Colston and Miss Lillle Lawson were married at Geo Lawson Satur dayWhile asleep on the C S 0 railroad near Maysvllle a train ran over and killed James Harris A heavy loss was caused by the burn log of Denbelgh Haliono of the build- Ings at Bryn Mawr College- A blizzard In North Dakota and the Canadian Northwest has tied up the railroad lines to the PaclCc Ministers at Trenton N J are back log the coachmen at that place in their fight against Sunday funerals At Martins Ferry Ohio George Boles shot and fatally wounded his father who was drunk and abusive Prince Henry It le reported will be given the highest rank in the German navy the command of a double squadron A bad wreck occurred on tbo South ern railway 05 miles west of New Al bang Brakeman Fields and Fireman Gleason of Louisville are dead A chemist found poison In the stomach of Mrs Henry Wllkersonwho died at Munfordsvllle recently and nor hue band was jailed charged with her mur derMrs William M Richardson young est daughter of B F Slavln Danville died at her homo In Fulsher Texas and will be burled In the Lancaster cemetery this morning after fun eral service nt Mr Slavins home by Revs J O A Vaugbtand E MGreen Coun Cen should Hosiery Department Vto buy direct from tho mills in largo quantities and insist that we can give you better values than anyone 100 dozen childrens Lisle finish hose double kneo and double heel and too sizes b to 10 worth 20c to introduce will purchaserChildrensChildrens ICc white hose new stylish sizes 5 to 8 12 fur DC Fine lino of ladies black and fancy hoso from 10 to 50c Mens halfhoe black and fancy from 10 to SOc Table Linens We carry n full lino of table linens at very low prices 50inch red table linen worth 25c our price 17c 58 inch red table linen worth H8o our prieo 2la GOinch red table linen worth SUe our prico 3Bo Winch white table linen worth SOc our llrico BOo COinch white table linen worth SOc our prico 30c 72inch white table linen worth 125 our prico OSo SPECIAL FLYKK 2fi dozen Linen Uncle Towcla oxtrn size worth 25c each until they are all gone ICc each Dress Goods Dept 80inch cashmeres and whipcords all colon worth SOc our 12 1ste per yard 86in silk and wool flinty suiting worth 7fte for 30c yard 88in Venetian cloth svoiied and tnlUkaU colon worth JOc yard our price 4c 40in blue serge worth The our price We 44in Pirole cloth black and colors worth S 1 for Ofic yard 44in black figured Jacquanta worth 60c our price 20c yard 40 in black pebble cloth worth 136 our prim 70c yard 54in mtin broadcloth nil colors worth 8125 our price 8Jlc yardSJ lMn Wale finUhcd worsted in all shade worth 150 at 81 AAh h Notion Two Corset complete curry W11- Ladies from r ruarkInwll Mlllka into ldUfI IIrunsigndiraner offirn idols this xmnd begins your workshops up your kitchens farmern your corn on with the millinnairc take advantage mightiest file daughter mightybargainsMens black Thibet suits saalue cut to 225 delis very fine Intro Kiiits or satin lined worth 813 go at Slina Boys S3 suits cut to txr liens S 1 shirts rut to 25c and 35t Mens 82 shoes cut to Joe Warren belpg a deserter from too United States army was shot near Somerset while fleeing frost onicera who attempted to arrest himShelby Tovla sold 1U fat bogs to Sam Anderson at Sic a fresh cow to Mr Hendrlcks of Junction City for 836 and another to Mr Kenny of Boyle for S45 and an threeyearold mule to Sam M Owens for 8175 Rico flange purchased J J Mooroa farm on Stanford pike for J3100 It coc talna 81 acres CHURCH MATTERS Rev Ed Hubbard will preach at Wil low Grove the West Had at 11 oclock next Sunday The Bennett Memorial College at London has over 210 students enrolled and an Income of ItCO moro than last The meeting tfau Northern diets General Conference will cost 8120000 No place of meeting has yet been secured Tho Tract Society reports that It has Issued over 800000000 vol umes tracts etc during Its existence and that It le distributing 163 transla done of the Bible Dean Lee of Lexington left Chicago without giving an answer to the of the 815000 Ho la but lit tle len widely known Kentucky Bishops Dudley and Burton On account of the death of his wife Frank W Allen has decided not to take the pastorate of the Central Christina church at Waco Texas which he had accepted but has taken up hi residence It Columbia Mo The fact that Rev Baker P Lee of Lexington contributed to help the Kentucky Trotting Horse Assocjotlon when it was In financial straits not affect the call to him by Grace Episcopal church of Chicago J H Happy was nominated by tbo president for postmaster at Mayfield priceInprinter has made no mistake in this THERACKET STORE Department AVc save you money oven OH small things To login with wo poll you of good pins for Ic of brass pins for 4c Card of patent hooks and oyca 3c Carl common hooks and COb 2e tox of lOo hair pins for Co Dozen washed jwiirl buttons nil sizes for Be Lathe lOo handkerchief for So A be webbing for 4o yard yardAGc A 20o pair eu pondors for 100 A SJ5o pnir eugpcndors for A ladies collar fur Oc Now GOo glovesnil colors Am o Ladio vests So quality fir 4oq lOo once for 7c ones for 100 A ladioa 8115 saloon undorskiit for 500 soola of good thread br Co Pair of ItidW Musk hoso for Co Pair childruns hose fur Co A 50e ladies puree for 20o A 25c inon8 purse for lOo Dozen white lawn string tios Do- A good largo towel for So A fine wido taco for Cc yard A good India Linen for Co yard A nice brooch worth for Ibc Department This is ouu department wo especial attention to Wo carry only tlto lest makM hut every those Straight fronts in all models R 0 Corsets are splendid wearers and comfortable Worth 8100 our price 800 Ftaxihone the ideal corset far stout ladies worth 8160 our lIne 8110 Stnoo straight front gored xi seta worth 8126 our prlre Tuxhie equal to a dollar corset DOe We laws a lint from tOe to 8160 Other make w are 1teC G Coronet IIelr 8 IItC 11 aid Hells and Purses We tore the newest crmtkma lOc to 81 Ask to see them The line ot ladies and len Umbrellas in town are to IM found Hi our SOC it Sb- Iu u h tart tIJ1rw n MIl that ut any wo ivir TmntmMI rning ms acre fathers leave mothers flow shell later workingmen luck arms mind of this bona of reliable wearing worsted silk Due charged with extra the Advocate In morning Sue year of Metho American older rcclorahlp In than Elder 85 will extended Paper Paper U6o ISo silk iSo 860 pay prettiest mv11 ctore Ladies 8120 ehoo out to SOc BOO pair 26c linen cuift at lOc larli mattings and harness at JRIiReliable Goods at Low Prices W H MUELLERT- HE JEWELER 30 years experience at the bench W B McRORERTS 4DRUGGIST Wall r t Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD Kyt CLOSING OUT + I have decided to quit the goods business and have advertised my store for sale The read ers of this paper know the kind mal quality of waitingforhave nn opportunity of buying firsf class goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE THE INTERIOR JOURNAL briSTANFORD In Oiling your prescriptions wo ueo proportlonlnot do better If yon us doublo the price which Is always reasonable POD nys Drue StoregarPERSONALS I I J R Bush of IUc mood la hero MRs CEO 0 CooiKK Is quite sick KaiirmT FISH of Mt Vernon was hero yesterday OAI1 T A ELKIN of Garrord wan e town Sunday waatMiss BELLE ROOT of Danville Is with friend hero eoveraldaYIATTOIINKY J W DROWN of Mt yoturdayt ot Dan woItrip to LcxtoRton last week ImprovlogMum OWSLE la with hit sister Mr W P Walton th Lexington h Miss MARY DRUCB visited Mrs AII A at Danvlllo last week t ICUARLES GKRIIAUBER now of CorI yesterdayJ S WELLS tbo Danvllio druggist yelterdayI MRS E B DILL and Mr Jonnlo Wolf of Danville aro with Mrs T J DIllI J E CLAUNCII of Somerset li her parenu Mr and Mrs J K Lynn MaryMlolerurday LoxlotP A Y S PrloeR W HAOIN nod wits are ipondtoR the week with bU pareau 10- Sbelby SOLIDLY y MIBB UWJLAH CARSON twnt tome 1 time with her aunt Mr D K P- arrltat Crab Orchard Du A S IRIOK went to Danvilc tardilY to see U a ohangtln lo atlona will not- IloMN help himI to the wits of Mr W S Tew daaghteFnabeth Louis LiNNttr of the Danvlll Now had one of his bawls frlchUvlly YlHterclalf l vis Mrs Emlle Miss JKNNIK 1AYNB of Crab Oro I ard la baok from the clttax when e bought lots of Spring millinery MR LOON II UcuilBS went to In s dlaoapolla Sunday to bring home Ii 11111I TIIluitonvlllo were here shopping yoi terday I MR A ADDAUS of Lebanon soent several days at Crab Orchard where T his wlfo la tbo guest of her moth a Mrs Jane Buchanan Mu RICHARD POTTOS la paying 4 Somerset a brief volt Miss Ktbol T treatedSomersetJourgalMR Gooch In at Stanford having JRof her eyes t Lexington Obaorvcc and Cliff J Cun Dloghatn of the Danvlllo Court spent a portion of Sunday with trier hero t JUNK REID who la traveling for the CompanyLouisville his of first trip flo reports business an ex ceedloItIYlloodAdvoeatoDON for Congress la the Eighth District was In tbo city last night returning from Frankfort Mr Warren la one of the belt equipped men In the district the oaloebeaeeke and If devotion party and an unbroken record of teal to Its principles and Candidates count for anything bo bas a splendid chance to win the nomination and election Lexington Democrat LOCALS I NEW stationery of latest styles just received at Craig flockera e 4 ATTEND tbo I of 6ddlore and liars at Mt Xonia tonight LATE styles In ladles too slippo strap sandals and Oxfords just rccoiv- t John P Jones ta perpounds 100 ate J n Baughman Co SECURE orRalph Btngbam t at Waltons Opera House April let Reserved scats on sale at Malobd rteIleadrugs toro Admission SO 35 and 25 cents I BOMB excitement was caused Satur DoltzclawsfTho ran re Goodknlghta buggy and broke the top off and knocked John Cooks barber polo into a cooked bat GARD ov THANKS Wo deslro toex press our thanks to our friends and neighbors for their continued kindness shown us through the extended sick ness of husband and father and also to the Maccabees for their respect to usln hours ot deepest sorrow James Hilton and family LANDRETHS garden seeds at W B I McRobcrta WE dout need St Patrick day if It J ngs aucb weather as this FARMERS Stockwhat coal you need plowlnllJr FOR rent or sale the house vacated by K C Walton Good stable and den Apply at this olHco e countylunberdays 1600 white oak trees at about s 1 oauhId received 925000 more for her endow meat Mrs S P Lees of Now Yorkpes the donor I THE Maccabees ot Yap are solos to build a business house and ball at that place and will receive bid e for the erection of it until April 6th THE woe mysteriously left oa the doorstep of a Danvlllo Negro man a few months ago was just as steriously taken away Saturday nightTORMSMrs John Storms who waa Miss Lucille Waddle died In Som snot Saturday night after a short 111 ness She frequently vUltcd Mra H C Wroy REMBMIIER tbo old fiddlers contest at Walton Opera Rouse Friday night 21st Admission 60 35 and 25c Reserved seats on solo at W B MnRob arts drug stare FOR SALT Pair 16 hand bay horses well matched work anywhere doublu or single Old Hickory wagon good aa Dew and heavy set of harness Will sell on ilx months time good noto Frank MoKlnncy THANKS MANY THANKS When beggars of our exchanges odme Into INJwhen we go through It with our sela sure there la rarely ever enough of it arleftorut LAUIKS BAZAARLUeddemM B N Roller and J P Davis will open a Lai dies Ilaaaar at Liylogaton soon and atook It with the latest styles In mull na ry and ladles tarnishing goods They will have a city trimmer A cordial Invitation la extended the Indies of Rootreattle to call and tea their stool CENTRAL UNIVERSITY at Danville i aucoeeded la railing 26000 and by do lag ao that Institution of learning re Hived a similar amount from Thorns H Swope of Kansas City aD alumnus Mr Swo e toads the meethe uahul Saturday Mr Swope road law with Col T P fill of tbla place leDADDY CUT Tburlow Jones w badly out In the bead and an artery in hla loll wrist wan severed by an ax Saturday Mr Jones and bis broths i Kugono Jones were putting down pate on the Shocks farm In the End and while Eugene was using tbo ax it left the handle wounding his brother as above stated Mr was knocked aenaoleaa for awhile rDr W J Udmlston waa called and soon had his wounds droeaed and how as able to go to his fathers in the alter Doon t0RURAL DELIVERYtYEi Rising government inspector has examined pido ed to justify free tyrol mall delivery According to hla spcclflcatlona the route will begin at Moroland and tra verso what Is known as the Black M pike to the Bradfordsvlllo pike then ce to Uustonvlllc and from there along the Stanford plko to tbo Intersection of tho Mlllcdgovlllo aodStaoord plkeaj thenpca poo plo la and around Stanford tako a little Interest In the matter and havo tho route extended to this placo It can be done without money and without pr looW and nono can say that it will not bo a great convenience Dally mall botwcoa Stanford and too West End would bo worth many hundreds of dollars yearly Lets try and secure It HAVEre TO dlltfcal possibilities passed E4o Ken po tucky House Friday bavicg already passed too Senate Tbo now act ro quires registration hi all cities from the let to too 5th class Inclusive and every voter that registers must rccolva a certificate of registration This cer tlllcato must bo presented to the olcc olllnora beforo voting If too cor tlllcato la lost or destroyed a person by making affidavit to that effect and pay log the county clerk a fee of 50 ceals may secure a new ono But if a portIOn sells his certificate It could not bo con etrued as bolos lust and any ono woo sold bla certificate would effectually put an end to all ohanco of voting for It could bo hold over his head by top purchaser aa a threat that If ho sworo to having lost the certificate bo could be prosecuted for perjury Besides would cost 60 cents to got a new Stanford which js a city of tbo class ia embraced in the clues that will have registration hereafter THOROUOHURED White Plymouth Rock eggs for solo tf setting James D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t J L JONES has sold his stock of goods at Alum Springs to Mr McFar land and will likely move back to Lin cola YESTERDAY was a typical March day with high winds and snow flurries It la cold WG30Endwwas selling whisky at his trial la tho Federal court at Frankfort James Rambo of Maywood was a witness E IsisDanvlllo wall pa r and painters supply merchant be slab this Issue an advertisement that y an TuesdaydAN Interesting legoing ar ranged for too old fiddlers coolest Frt day night Some of Lincoln countys prettiest and most talented young la dice will be down for recitations etc CRUTCHKIELD Mlnolo tbo 14year old daughter of James Crutcbflold died beIwas an unusually aweci little girl and her death causes much regret MARSHAL JONES la ob lookout ai o D1ayedstole about 120 worth of goods and chatties from them He was In Dan ville yesterday In search of her but made no arrest I THE women of the Stanford lolls sionary Society auxiliary to the Christian Womaae Board of Missions beglonloSlTueeday ing Saturday 20th In the lecture room of the Christian church Mlta Ails laldo hall Frost missionary to India will Saturday afternoon m 2 0oclock and also the following Sunday evenIng at 73A All obrlstlan people e cordially Invited to attend the ser 1 vices MANAQBR JOB WILLIS oought 10 ftsh of the sucker variety la his lake at Crab Orchard Springs that weighed 10 pounds They were beauties Last fall 52 pounds of base wore caught the largest weighing from three to tour pounds Mr Willis will shortly ergot a covered pier out In the lake for the use of flshlBff and bathing parties the coming season He has torn down the old frame building that salons marred the beauty of the rear yard and has converted tbe premUea IDtO a two mire garden of virgin soil Tbe barn la be manyImprovemeol8 I low Mr Willis oonadeotly expects to entertain double the number of guests asho had lost season when nearly 200 were there too largest attendance at Crab Orchard Springs la 10 years CRAM ORCHARD bo business of thatlaetthis years start U most gratifying to Capt J n Willis and Dr E G Dick thbutC I gentlemen from several Statea Crab Orchard merchants are selling stacks of goods Every store was crowded I with buyers when tho I J man mad bla aomlraonthly call on tho East merchants Saturday This ia not a good season for business but our b OrahardtrldndedoDtldtweatherbotr solos Tbo timber industry lea 61 thing and the ground around the dope Ia covered with lumber dressed and t tho rough telephone poles locust an cedar posts etc The wonder Is when does it all como from Mr W D Ed mlston and his pretly bride who warMiss MoWhortcr have returned home amid aro being congratulated by their many friends Both aro exceptionally popular young people and they goall lids journey together with the Y good wishes of all Dr and Mrs W Burgle camp down from Richmond to give them the glad band and welcome their Haw staler late the family Joe A Shannon la getting on aa well as could be expected Dr Edmlaton calla several times dally and does all la his power to alleviate the unfortunate mans sufferings Mra Shannon re mains with her husband day and night and although her looks indicate her worn out condition she will not leave his bedside Mra Len Shannon of Junction City and Will Moran of the West End have been at the Shannon home Mrs Kato Egbert la galas Importuned by her son W Curtis Egbert who Is now a thrifty Chicagoan to coma to too Windy City and live with him but she cant got her consent to leave Crab Orchard H D Pump bells drug storo Is one of the prettiest in this Bootloa W C Pettue la his pharmacist and be takes prldo ia keep lug things straight and stock complete General regret was occasioned by the removal of Mr J J Brooks and wife to Vsacabur They formed many last log friends during their stay at Crab Orchard ItJohn Chestnut is In a dangerous con struck6thSmltb Cboetout swore In Smiths ale tors presence James Flynn was given a year at too Wayno circuit court for betraying un der promise ot marriage Mies Roberts under 21 The stood jury returned 137 Indictments PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid bay black points 15H hands hlgbflno style Sired by Washington 84 hebyJointdamtellsbynotedbo10ICentucky wonthemany more rich atlas InsurellrlugIS a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky No Credit No Debts Success for all Farmers after a years everyhoustnhaws store at Tnrnersvllle the union depot for all trains from a a m until yourbuttoror lie In good Hut bear In mind these trains will lie run on the same principle all other trains are run onyou must pay for your ticket before you board the train so leavingtheto btvNotice to Stockmen My cattle pen on Stanford street In Lan nextCountythe elookmenetrede They are convenient ofreedAPPLE TREES telve tluilars per hundred cloaing prko CaMlvCODOty I Eggs for Hatchjng I Ilymouthfluckl settingofI true to name A B AUIIMQHT Ilrodhoai Ky For Rent Two houses In the East End about S millS from Utah Orchard Ono house has outbulldltlgwIn both tracts SAM COOIIRAN Walnut Ridge Ky NOTICE thedu aul 2 oI p M Saturday April II 19US re twmeuAoueaod tbto lop plats 22 lest to bo rrrttd on s foundation of21t12rileNadnto be coTerrd with ibln lra and well braced In all rlllollod1I1tthreethree windows The id will contain two otledoontldaloowlndowr all doors win dJ1IIrydurtoupperrtonallmaterllwill be furnlibcti on Said building to Ie completed on orbefore July I loot T e toot get will be let to rtOCnloetractor will be required to give an approved hood lor the completion of the IJulldlo For lurther atWa10buIltGoaimlttee R Curtis chairman R D M lleynoldi W It Singleton M II Kejnoldi Nrrenq MONUMENTSWhite Bronze Is to stone In the mon business what the Improved umnI ing machine Is to the old hand method or the palace car Is to tbe old stage coach It U tho advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your loved anN- a Is very heautlful with II frattedsllver ap pearnnco lease bold your order until you can Investigate It AgtI QUALITY AND PRICE buyingPlowShovelsCloverRanges Hardware Groceries everyweltgiven prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block QfBVicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market e 1 i I I I n Spring Goods i Spring in all its beauty haH not yet arrived but Spring Goods have ar rived and they are beauties AVe askour customers to come in and Look them over at your I earliest opportunity Inside of 10 days we hope to have our entire spring stock in and so arranged that we can easily show 1 them to our friends whether they care to buy or not We want you to judge for yourself Terms cash H J McROBERTS Special Values at the New Store Look at our special values in Co Hamburg end laces Look at our special values In lOc Hamburg Also wide margin with narrow edge for rulllos at IQc Prettiest line of fine wash goods in Nainsook and Swiss Em broideries ever shown in Stanford See our line of long cloths and soft dimities for underwear We bavo succeeded in getting together the very best assortment ot real handsome Torchon laces wo have ever shown to our trade Many now and pretty patterns in Val laces Look at our Zephyr at i10 for drosses boys waists wash petti coats Dont forget the place opposite the Myers house THE FAIR DRY GOODS COMPANY T D Raney- JlieB Emma Warren j Miss Effie Warren i WM SEVERANCE Prop i I I You Cant Afford To Miss Our Special Display Saturaay 22 ana Monay 24th MrPhilCarpets Linoleums Curtains Etc Everybody cordially invited to take advantage of this rare opportunity Withers Furniture Co Stanfordnn f1l01lt kiPillSB Icurebowels but regular action cannot be secured liver secretes enough bile to make the untlletheexecute natural functions compelScontinualattain the results r on the eactsform Chills ntcr of of thJI FIFTY CENTS PER COTTLE Leave your Prescriptionswith Lowest Prices Consistent Wltb Best Material and Accurate Work manshlp CRAIG HOGKER THE INTMOR JOURNAL Enltrtd n the porto ce at Stanford at eoondclarr marl r R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky 1Olbce over Higgina d McKinnoya Slot Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoXinne3 X3Makeand keep constantly on hand the beat of Flour Bran Chick en Feed c Prices very reasonable Ous I tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Sitter FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY i LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hones and Males constantly on hand and for sate at all times W Logan Wood Manager I H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ERDILLEHADANVILLE Manufacturer of 3RICKrAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Prices BROWN 8 BROWN Attorneys atLaw Office in Masonic Dldt SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the Stale Courts also In United and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly COAL- I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a of your patronage I handle the best coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bis services as buotoiaear to the people of Lincoln County He will please both In work and price Write to him Blue Grass Nurseries SPUING op i9oi 0 Fruit and ornamental trees vines small fruit and everything forasparagus lawn and gardeu We have no agents but sell direct to planter H IULLENMEYEK Lexington Ky J+ c+ t4 1J Y UNDE11r AXmB EMBALMER And Dealcar In HABNESS SADDLERY 0 t Stanford Ky DR IGOLDSTEIN Eye 8pecIalUtot Louisville will be at i j St Asaplt HotelStauforcl Tuesday March 18 Oneday only Eyes examined and glasses tt sjleoUflcallyldJnsted Office hour 0 a m to t p m t t A c J I I Dont tie the top of rourIrlly and press no jai InIBoldrtbn tlcd 1 3 them ty the m wqulclc absolutely rurownj l y n thin artit Ins of itiro Refined isradlne Jlas taste or odor Is 1no tight and acid applied taefullnndoaeuotherways Y Full directions each cake Bold everywhere Made by i STANDARD OIL CO Livery Outfit For Sale 01 wish to soil my livery business at McKinney and will make the price right to the buyer Aia having good trade but dont like too business Write or call for particulars JOHN COCLTEH McKinney Ky rA 8 PRICES- urgeon DentistI Stanford Ky Offlcsovrr MeRoberta Drat Stars la the Owilcj Building J H BOONS CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brneos Old Stand Depot St STRT FORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 08 BEAZLEY HAYSTT- XTDEBTASEBS ALSO DKAtKU is Furniture 3IattlnjjsRng And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of stork Give them m call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK TELEPHONE FRANCHISE on SATURDAY MARCH 210or at 3 oclock P M I will offer at public auc tlon In front of the Court louse door a franchise or privilege to construct estab hah maintain operate a telephone eye tern In the city of Stanford Kentucky Said sale Is made as follows AN ORDINANCE To provide for the sale of the franchise or privilege to construct establish main tain operate a telephone system h the city of Mnnford Ky The City Cduncll of the City of Stanford Ky do ordain as follows Samoa 1 That there shall be sold tc the highest and best bidder for the term of twenty 20 years a franchise or privilege to construct establish maintain and oper ate a telephone system for public and vate use In the city of Stanford Including the necessary conduits subways and man holes wires poles and other equipment and also the right of way over along un der through and In the streets avenues squares bridges and other public paces In laid city for the purpose of running tbo subways manholes poles wires and other equipments necessary to construct establish and operate said telephone system In too city of Stan ford In with tho conditions terms and limitations of this ordinance BECTIOXS That it shall be tho duty of the Major to offer said franchise or prlvl lege at public auction to the highest and best bidder st 2 oclock P M on Saturday March S3 1003 before Ihe Court louse door In Stanford Ky after having given notice thereof by advertisement for ten 10 days In the Interior Journal and In which notice he will insert this ordinance and he will re port to the City Council the bids received by him for 1U approval and tho said City Council reserves the for and on be halt of the city to reject any and all bids for said franchise Or privilege and In case the bill retorted by the said Mayor shall be rejected by the city council It may direct by resolution or ordinance said franchise or privilege to be again offered for fale from time to time until a satisfactory bid shall bo received and approved or accept any of the bids offered In Its SECTION 3 liefore the said franchise or privilege shall be vested in the bidder whose bid may be accepted by the city council a contract shall be entered 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 tect the and to require of the bidderI fulfillment of said conditions and limita lions and the city council reserve power to Insert In s tld contract such ItlpnI lations concerning the time In which the work shall begin after the acceptance of tbo bid and the to bd charged for tele phones to Its subscribers tho time at the expiration of which Bald telephone system shall Ixs In operation the manner and places In which said Pales shall he erect much of said wires shall be placed under- Ground and at what points manholes shall I be and such other conditions Dud limitations as the said council may by ordinance direct I SECTION 4 That the franchise or prtvl ego provided In this oidlnanco when said contract is into shall not be nor trued as being In exclusive or as preventing the city council of the city of tun from providing for tho sale of stm liar franchises or privileges toother persons ompanles or corporations and this limitation be inserted in any contract entered into between the city of Stanford and inch person corporation or company SECTIONS This ordinance shall tako effect from and after Its passage and publication as required by law Paiscd city council March t 1003 MayorL t STOCK CROPS ETC I ILAND mutes for salo J B OWB Icy FOR SALB Flvo Rood calves IIor ace DrownStanford Si Good iced oats for salo C C Carpenter Uuatonvlllo Ky 31 100 shocks of fodder for sale llex Traylor Gilberts Creole South Africa has ostrich farms con tithing over 300000 birds W C Myers sold a maro mule for 8UK at Dauvillo yesterday L L Doty sold to J Novln Carter O owes and 45 lambs for 9185 Col Underwood sold to J H IIutch lops a bunch of ehoata at ba- A National exhibition of mules and donkeys is to bo bold In Berlin Sam Foreythe of Mercor sold a carload of mules In Alabama at 1160 Mark Hardin sold Id George Lunf ford a lot of 00 pound sboala at Co ll M Powell sold hU farm of 108 acres near Plsgah Woodford countyat 890 Ten good work mules 4 to 8 years old for sale O T Bobon BUlton vlle KytfThomas Vancleave ol Tcnncaai bought in this and adjoining counLles 16 jacks at 8200 to 8300 J S Campbell of the Shelby City section aoldllOO bushels of seed corn at 80c and bas more to sell FOR SALE 100 sheep 100 lambs 100 bushels of Bert oats and 50 bushels nice millet seed J W Baughmt Stanford Ky The Charter Oak track at Hartfa has secured the 810000 match betweon Thomas W Lawson Boralma and E E Smathers Lord Derby Thomas Metcalfe sold to Bruce Bright of Danville 81100 worth of bay ho got from a 70 aero field De sides this ho kept enough hay for bls own use Jaqes Foraytho bas purchased tbo Farm of James L Neal four miles from Harrodaburg for 857000 It cental 500 acres of land In the lineal blucgra lection of Mercer county Mack Wilhlle tells of a discovery In obacco growing made by a Washln ton county man Instead 1of piantlo Its tobacco seed under canvass ails tbe isual custom ho soaks them In warm eater and places them under a settln ten In two or three days the seed tegln to sprout and can bo planted In tbo soil with tine resultsAdvocate DANVILLE COURT More than balf of the 250 cattle on the Danville mat changed hands yesterday but it wal far from a lively day In trading Price anged from 3o for good fat butcho cattle and heifers to 5o for the choices earllngg J J Allen sold 15 yearling and short twoyearolds at 825 M J Farris sold a bunch of calves at 11627 carting at 823 50 and 20 yearlings aL 121 05 There was a demand for good mules and some sold as high as 812 Plug horses were slow at any price MIDDLEBURG It now ecemsa certainty that Lao lamtown will have a poatofllce The school Is progressing nicely and tbe attendance Is very good consider Inll that Spring time has come Mrs Martha Lucas Is convalescing James Spears is dangerously ill at bll He Is aflllctcowe on Knob Lick wltb something like a cancerous tumor of the stomach C L Pruttt has moved his family to he burg and whim a few days beltln- tbe erection of a storehouse on tbo lot cently purchased Irom Mr Fisher joining his residence Your many Casey patrons appreciate to the fullest extent the change of publication hour to the original time thus tabling them to receive papers on- day of publication The I J has by- far tho largest circulation of any one publication in Casey county George Wesley has bought of his brother D A Wesley his dwelllne and small farm near town for 8050 The latter has bought out his brother E A- We810y near Kldds Store E A We8- tey Is thinking of locating In Illinois soon while D A will sell goods It now seems almost a certainty that a rural free mall delivery route will bo tabllsbcd here The petitioners have secured the necessary number of slgna tureil and have forwarded same to Washln ton Congressman Borelng has tendered his services and will do- his utmost to have the route establish cd The circuit Is to be from Middle burJr to Huatonville via Mt Salem nd- return and as the roads are good with- no unbrldged streams success seems alm08t assured Other routes in tho- counLy are In contemplation and it now- soems only a matter of time until tho majorlLY of the fourth class olllces Lbrou bout the county will bo a thing of Lho past C C GOOD ADVICE Tbe mot miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and- LivQr Complaint More per cent of the people in the United States are af icted with beso two diseases and their- eIocls such as Sour Stomach Sick Head he Habitual Costiveness Iaipitalion WalerbrashlGnawing the Stomach and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of after Eating Low- SrlritB etc Go to your druggist and get a of August Flower for 75 cenls- Two doses will relieve you Try It Oet- Green8 Special Almanac Pennys Drug- Store HEADQUARTERS Buffalo Oil Co In- INTEJUOR JOURNAL building = r v Gen T T Garrard Dead Gen T T Garrard died at his home near Manchester Friday aged DO III I wife died some years ago but the following children survive the grand old man Mal Joseph Gsrrard of Lbo Mldidlosboro bert and James Garrard of Ploovl I and E D and Toulmln Garrard of Clay county Gen Garrard lived pn a I farm given his ancestors by Virginia patent Ho was the patriarch of Lbo Garrard tribe ot feuillsu but tho bope of his life was to see permanent peaco established Theopbllus Toulmln Gar rard was born near Manchester Juno 7 1812 Ho wee a son of Daniel Gar rard who was a member of the Ken tucky Senate from 1813 to 1817 antl from 1825 to 1832 und who also sen d- In the House of Representatives Io was a grandson of Jas Garrard Gen Garrard was a member of the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature In 18434 Ho served throughout tho Mox lean war as a captain In the 10th U S Infantry Qo went to California by the overland route when gold was d18 covered In 1840 Ho remained In Lbo mines 15 months and then returned to Kentucky by way of Panama Ho wal elected to the State Senate In 1853 but resigned to become a candidate for Congress was roelected to the Stalo Senate serving until 1801 when ho cn tercd the Federal army In both traces for the State Sonata he was Opt posed by Daugherty White and In each case the contest was a bitter ono Garrard and White resided on adjo Ing farms and conducted rival 8alt works To this business rivalry Is attributed tbo beginning of tbo Wbt Garrard feud which was waged for 10 many years In Clay county At Lbo opening of the Civil war Gen Garra was appointed colonel of the Third Kentucky U S Volunteer Infantry In March 1863 be was promoted to briga Her general He adulated general with the democrats During tbe war tbe Union army took possession of 3en Garrards salt works For many years he bad prosecuted a claim btfot Congress for tbe damages done to h1 property Tbe claim was never allow cd though It several times pawed tbo louse Last year the Whites and Gar arda made a peace agreement whlol virtually ended the feud that had been irotracted for 00 years IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The safe In Monroe Lackeys store at Vaco was blown open and 8200 stolen The wife of John Adams of tbe Irodbead section died last week after a short Illness- Wllllngoose Is the name of a now ostoftloo In Russell county Marti L Owens Is postmaster Regulators kllltd 10 dogs In tbo Per yylllo section after Wolf and Bufor laaey had boon bitten by a mad dog A boiler at the saw mill of Wllllai Irccktnore on Jelllco Creek In Whitley exploded seriously If not fatall ajuring four men1 Miss Sudlo Russell died suddenly of laralysls at Richmond She lathe sec ind member of her family to die of Lbat rouble In the last month At Portersbure Laurel county t levee entered the store of T A Port ir and carried on 8300 In marcbandle and a small amount of cash Miss Bessie Dunlap of Danville wbo- was offered tbe appointment of nr t- maid of honor by MMe Margaret Wels ngor of Louisville who Is poolor- for Kentucky at the Confederate reuo- Ion at Dallas has declined You will never wish to take another dose of pills if you once try Chambers latns Stomach and Liver Tablets They- are easier to take and more pleasant in of- fcct They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels For eale by- Craig Hooker druggists Confederate Veterans Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping cars to Shreveport are attached to Queen Crescent Route vcstl buled train at Chattanooga whle special through trains to Dallas wilt be run from Chattanooga during the Reunion and through tourist cars will also be run frdm mtucky and Tennessee point If enough veterans Indlcato their Intention of going to Vallas This Is the only line that takes vou- palt Lookout Mountain tho battlefields at lattanooga and the scenes of the siege of Vicksburg Tickets aro also on sale via- iew Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga rmlngham Now Orleans and other points slot the MIsMsslppI river are permitted hour schedules Junction City to lias Ticketagents will quote low excursion rates on application Send your- narno for free maps pamphlets describing VIcksburg Dallas tho Chickamauga W O IU- nerhon Genl Passenger AgU Olnclnuatl 0 A petition asking the president to promote Brig Gen Brecklnridgo to- one of the vacancies In the lino of major general has been prepared by Rep tentative South Trlrablo and will be 81 ned by the remainder of the Ken kydolegatlon 1100 lIEW AltO f100 The readers of this p will bit pleased to leoro- thlt then Is it leut one dreaded dleus tbit scl Chubeen able to cure In all Its 1IjIIIIOd- blt Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Lure la the only Itlie cure known to the medical fraternity being a constitutional dleawnqulres a lAlorfb treatment Haifa Catarrh our II- taken Internally acting directly upon tbe bloOO- IDol mucus surfaces of the system thereby de- Itroylnl the foundation of the disease the strength by the ronlllut- lon sad aaalitlng nature In doing Ita work The prletors lIe to much faith In its Cuuthe- powen that thef offer One Hundred Dollars for a01 CIM that It falls to cure Send lor list of t- tlmonldl AddrcM t J CIiENEY CO Toledo O- Sold U111 b Ymlhillls ars the best e A CLEARANCE SALE My stock of winter goods t OSHP x is now on the market at V 1 This will include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Uuodi Itoots and Shoes and other r OOOll too numerous lo mention in this ad Bores an example Newand pretty Spring hoods Arriving Dotiy This sale la for cash No good charged nt there prices so don t ask it the ectarles 11 heeler SotwJ HUSTONVILLE KY 1 1 CARSON PENCE DKALKHS IN I I Carriages Buggies Phae i tons Wagons Buck J 1 boards Sc Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand antt are sold at prices that defy competition ntSee our elegant line ot Lap Robes First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tills Institution was originally MtaMtahed as the ItojMMll lank of In 188 then rear enled as the Natiooul Hank of Stanford in IMA and agate reorganized as the Pint National lUnk of Stanford In lest having had practically an uolnter rurte exktonre for il Jean It ls better supplied now with facllllle for transact liir promptly cad well than ever before In 1U long and honorable caner Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J n Iaxton J n Owsloy S U Shank W O Walker Coo W Darter I Officers 03 S lIOlrtfHlt Preset JJ Chr W U WDAIIBN Ilk- prDirectors r F held Lineal Oo 8 T llarrk JAn Oe J8 Hooker Lincoln Oo W P Walton I4n oln Ou J U OMHerOrabOrthard H O Macro Stanford 8 II llauebman Stanford T v Illll Stanford Jaa IloMnson Kubbl J II llaufliOHin Stanford W 1 Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK t lSTOCK BOOOO fDirectors MCIIOI1HKT3 CAPITAL Successor to The Farmers Hank tTrust OiMnpooy and under same management eoatlnuoualy L for M years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT hoping such tnttlnw relations will prove 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