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SEMI WEEKLYj INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 2119029 A1r1 NO6 CAPTAIN JAMES ESTILL For the JinmuoR JoraWAL I Tbo 20ih of March 1002 marks the 120th anniversary of the battle of LIt- tle Mountain fought near Mt Starling when Capt James Kitlll tbo bravo In dlan fighter was killed Cant Kulll bin 31 lineal descendants living In Lincoln county and wo beg space to mention a few Incidents eon netted with his Ufa and dsatb- Wo tear from our aneoitors that Capt KilUli father Wallace Kitlll t i married Mary Ann Campbell a rela tive of tbo renowned Alexander Camp bell and lived In Qreonbrler Virginia L To them worn born nine cone and two of them James and Samuel camo to i i Kentucky being with Daniel Boone In I Boo nos fort when Duqucino Indians and French attacked the PlacolTho besieged had only CO men on but they fought for nine days and the fort Later Capt James Kstlll and brother Cots Samuel Bitlll bold each a warrant for 1440 acres of Kentucky land In ono survey Wo reproduce a few Items from t DJstory of Kstlll Family published about 20 years ago Capt James Kttlll built a tort on his land three miles south of Utah 11 mond Col Samuel Kttlll built a fort- eI mile and a half from Jamie fort In March 1781 tbo two brothers wont from James to Samuels fort and were I fired upon by Indians The right arm of Capt James Bsllll was broken by a shot and while tboy were expecting to see him fall two of the Indians were shot dead by Col Sam Kttlll at one tire About the 10th of March 1782 the Indians came near the fort gate and captured n Negro man named Monk and asked him how many mon wore In tbo fort IIosaldMO They then kill ed nil tbo stock and loft In great baste Tho ort had but four old and Invalid men In It Capt Estlll had taken his little array of 26 men tbo day beforo to Kentucky river to look In the sand for Indian tracks near Irvine Tbo Indians bad crossed at tbo mouth of lied river J They did not meet A messenger was sent to Bulll to tell him what had bap paned at tho fort Ho then took his his commend and Intercepted them at 11 Llttlo Mountain In Montgomery county Ills boy Monk dodged behind a tree when the Indians ran across Dink too to form for battle and took his I matters horse Capt KttUl gave or dons to his lieutenant to form In rear be attacked In front Ills order disobeyed lie did attack In front halt of his men about all that en 1ued In the fight lie himself was last man to fall A largo Wyan warrior ruined on him with a knlfowboD his gun was empty with his weak broken arm Ho was overpowered When ho fell Joseph t Proctor slow tho Indian who killed I him That ended It not another gun was tired Of the mon who took part Jjn the tight but three survived to ton tbo talc This was the last tight over made by the Wyandotte Indians In t Kentucky Tbo Kttlll Centennial bold at Hlob mood 20 years ago to perpetuate tbo memory of Capt James Estill was arranged J by his descendants who lovo Viand revere his name Ettlll monument a lofty and Impos log structure was erected to his mem ory fa Richmond cemetery about 40 years ago Capt Estill has ono granddaughter Mrs Edna E UIII1IvingIn this coun ty She Is now In her 80th year andls perhaps his only living grand daugb Lee nor mother Salllo Ann Esllll his youngest child and only daughter t was born In EstlU fort and died In this county many years ago at an advanced ago t DANGER OF COLDS AND LAGRIPIE The greatest danger from colds and la grippe Is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care Is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will bo avoided Among tons of thousands who have used this remedy for j these diseases wo have yet to learn of a I single cane having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that It is a cer tain preventive of that dangerous mala IIInmeat It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig R Mocker druggists t 1 We hatfe It from various anil varying CatbI olio an a rian that be banished snakes from Ire land and that ho was tbo original founder of popular government Tier Is also ground for tbo supposition that ho was tbo first ono day weather prog nostlcator Louisville Times When you woks up with a bad lute in your mouth you may know that you need a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Llv or Tablets They will cleanse youratom neb improve your appetite and make you feel like anew man They are easy to + take being sugar coated and pleasant in effect Foraao by Craig tIlocker drug glace I 1 r NEWS NOTESIA wind of cyclonic proportions did rauqh damage at Boa loo Frank Gullott dropped hie revolver and was accidentally shot to death InI Morgan county i The president disturbed by bU In creasing adiposity has employed an athletic trainer Half a million of Londons poor will bo the uuatu of King Edward during coronation week King Edward has set the custom of snufT taking which promises to bo generally revived In a riot between soldiers and olvll ians at Ft Morgan Ala ono man was klllca and 15 wounded Mayor Sun Jones of Toledo O Is enlalteIono Austin Carters ears off and swallowing It The Cumberland Telophooo Compa ny has declined to accede to tbo de mands of its striking linemen at Ron doraon Lord KlUboner Is said to mare England 2600000 a month by his manage meet of the field canteens In South Africa Flro started In a lot of cotton bales on a pier In Uobokon N J and caused a loss of 1000000 One steamer was burnedWm Lanier hung at Aberdeen Miss for this murder of the Diddle brothers had bit head Jerked off by tbo ropo The portraits of Presidents Harrison and MoKlnloy will be respectively on the five and 10 dollar note of the now bank issues Policeman Tho Howard was killed at Knoxvllle Teen by three Jones brothers It was a sequel to tho Jones Howard feud A Constantinople dispatch lays Turkey has Hilly refused tbo demand of tbo United States for repayment of the Mils Stooo ransom money Tho Nebraska board of health has asked for Federal aid In stamping out smallpox of which disease there aro over 700 cafes In the State By the overturning of a wagon an Infant girl of Roes Mitchell In Graves county was killed and savJral other members of the family wore Injured William P Rantford 80 years old Is dead at Indianapolis He once owned the land upon which Denver now stand and took gold from the first Colorado mine A young man of Norfolk Va who dropped a plank In front of a car dur ing the recent street railway strike was sentenced to two years In the pent tentiary The largest whisky deal on record was consumatcd when tho Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company bought tbo holdings of T D Rlpy aggregating 40000 barrels Within the put few weeks 1000 youngpcoplo havieftOrceeo for the United Staees and the Athens papers aro calling on the government to adopt measures to stop the exodus In the supreme court of Missouri an opinion was banded down declaring that courts of equity bavo no power to enjoin labor organizations from enfore lag boycotts on corporation There Is 876000 available for the cs labllshmcniof Confederate Soldiers Rome and the location will bo selected as soon an the governor appoints the board of trustees as provided under the actIn Anderson an effort was made to hold up T D Rlpy tho distiller In another part of ibo county William Jones trainer for S G Harbison was attacked by two men and robbed of boo tween 430 and HO In the circuit court at Hopklnsvllle Judge Cook granted tho application of Birch Walker and Dr R W Waro the asylum commissioners for an In junction to restrain ibo newly appoint ed commUiloncrs John H Cbllton and James D Hill from acting HOW TO CURE THE GRIP Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is suro to fullow That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result In pneumonia which Is really tho only serious danger Among the tens of thousands who have used It for the grip not one case has ever been reported that did not rccovor For sale by Craig Ilocker druggists a Of tho 110000 American soldiers who participated In the Mexican war only about 6000 aro living At a reunion held In Independence Mo recently thoro woro preaonl47 of these veterans whoso average ego was 70 year a r For all pulmonary troubles IUiL Anns HQKSIIOUND Svnur taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It Is equally effective in croup and whoop ing cough and If used In season prevents the further development of consumption Price 25 and 60 cents Penny Drug Store MT VERNON locatedheroabout 10 enlistments for the standing army MM Colla Casper wbo was Miss Gentry of this place has Instituted suit for divorce Her husband has for pasi six years conducted a feather ron ovating outfit In several States havebeentnolr first born aboy whlah was born and died Monday morning Mrs Frank lin was critically III for some days but her condition has Improved ofLanjrfordand Is rushed with orders for all the labeinglargest enterprises In the county thelatollnumber of business and professional Theyhavethousand acres of land In addition to what they own and propose to put In machinery for developing the field We understand the Rockcastlo Company movingingottbordJustJones Fish formerly a merchant of Wlldle has returned from Kooxvllle whoro he laid In a portion of bla stock for his Ml Vernon store Former Postmaster Joshua Horning la running a farm near mouth of Reofroo Creek Dave and George Adams aro the latest to enlist as recruit Rob White of Lancaster was hero fret of week F TonyDrookl attemptingtowbo Is running the London Democrat Is wo aro glad to say making success theLivingstonTuesday Billy Fields has had a big run of ties and loge raffed on river to Livingston In past week Dr T J recovorlolfromL T Stewart Rockcanlo most ex tensive lumber dealer has several hun dred thousand feet stacked at the varl ous side tracks and makes dally shipments mostly lo Northern points Joe Rhlnebari Is doing a large butcher bus men at Livingston The Cox brothers will shortly begin remodeling a portion of the old brick hotel building Into wlloh they will move ibelr stock of merchandise The prices of cattle whether high or low seems to cut no figure In the price of beefsteak Tier Lawrence is visiting tbo family of his undo Dr Lawrence this placo Dr A E Ewers health Is Improving Dr Lucas Livingston excellent dentist wbo has worked faithfully for the In terests of his town and to get a telephone exchange there for the past elx months Is wearing a broad smile today all ho SPCS the work beginning qn the helloplani H Y Qastln tho Lancaster electri clan wont to Livingston Thueday morning with a force to begin the con struction of telephone exchange Dr lot 3Donah the Synodlcal missionary of the Presbyterian church has been East where he has been presenting the needs of the Kentucky mountaineers Ho gave accounts of the wonderful awakening among these people E A Horrln has just finished a big jug cia torn I of brick and mortar of 3000 gallon capacity for Jonas McKenzie Somo are trying to borrow It to prepare for tbo drouth when tho 00 D law takes ctTeot In Juno J J Lawrence Is telegraphing nights at Corbin Walkor Snodgrae Is building a stern bouso for Spark S William the ballast men at Mulllns Station J LlvlnltlllonTbursday tills his placo tboro for a week This uptodato firm Is doing a largo bust ness In both places Wants Jim Holdbo State Treasurer WALNUT FLAT March 20 Mop have gone rleht from Stanford and fillitd many lucrative and honorable positions after they have left Lincoln county le- the mother of onothlrd of the counties In Kentucky and wltp the exception of Jov Shelby has never bad a State of fleer directly from Lincoln or but three Congressmen Montgomery Kinkead and Davlson Lets ask the counties do scending from old Lincoln to unite with us and ask all tho other counties In tbo State that were descended from the other two original counties Jolter son and Fayolte and unanimously unite on Jim Holdam for treasurer beforo bo leaves Wo have raised him right hero In old Lincoln ho Is highly qualified for any kind of business and the only real mean thing about hIm Is bos poor but if noses will count ho ought to win Very earnestly his friendJ MILLER PNEUMONIA CAN HE PREVENTED This disease always results from a cold or an attack of the jrlp and may be pro vented by the timely use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy was extensively used during toe epidemics of la grippe of the past few year and not a single case has over been reported that did not recover or that resulted in pneu monia which shows It to be a certain pro ventive of that dangerous disease For sale by Craig it Ilocker druggists The transcript In tbo case of Caleb Powers vs the Commonwealth appeal ed from the Scott circuit court has been received by the court of appeals Tho record of the case covers about 1 000 pages LANCASTER Wm Krabry told a good mule for 8126 I FridayMarob The GarrarJ County Medical Society I lamp breaking has been carried on almost continuously In this locality and huge loads arc being brought Into the local buyers every day The building commlllee of the Chris tian church holds a mooting this after noon to consider the matter of repair ing the church edifice Court suspended because of tbo un avoidable absence of Hon R H Tom Union wbo Is counsel In several cases It will reconvene next Tuesday The grand jury has adjourned and Us unusually long list of Indictment was due to the fact that over 100 were returned against one Negro for Illicit whisky selling There aro not enough houses to ac commodate those moving to town Doubling up with two or three fami lies occupying the same residence is no unusual thing hero Application was made to Judgo Ford to appoint an administrator for the Johnson estate accruing from life in suranco policies and recently In litigation Capt Herndon was chosen to fill the place of the late administrator J M Ulgglnbolham Tbo farmers hopes bavo gone down to zero again as far as the wheat Is con corned li bad begun to show up fair ly well but the late cold snap coming lust after the tender blades were hare ly above ground stayed them in a dls atirous manner The grangers are also discouraged because of bad weather and their inability to do farm work Tho local W C T Uwill observe Neal Dows birthday tomorrow March 22 In their parlor from 3 to 4 11 All members and those Interested In the work aro cordially Invited The pro gram will consist of devotional exercise Mrs L F Hubble The Chris tian e Position In regard to Temper ance Mrs Robert Campbell The Thank Offering Mrs Dr Kinnaird The Teachers Opportunity Sewing committee Mesdames Wm Lear R Eobrv R Stone Miss Anderson An amusing sight was seen In Cen tral Park Y hero Tuesday when some of the Solons and Solomon of the city were out with small peach tree branch es In hand trying their powers of dl vlnalloo and the magic art of tracing water and other elements hidden boo neath tbo Mil It is not known wheth er they also expected to strike a gusher 011 well or discover a gold mine Brie Bruce was the leader of the band accompanied by Col W R Ferguson of Covlnglon Lewis Y Leavoll add other prominent citizens Miss Annlo Francis has returned to Madison after vtsllng Mrs Judge Robinson Rev John Bruce was hero Thursday W A Arnold visited relatives In Crab Orchard this week Capt Horndon Is at home again after being called away on business Clay Hamil ton Is sick Miss Lola Hocb of Ma rlon Kas Is visiting her uncle W H Wbcrrltt Mr and Mri E P Faul coner and daughter of Danville have been with relatives hero Z TRiceand wile of Richmond are vlslllng Mr and Mrs Leandor Davidson W U Collier has gone to Custer South Da kota where bo accepts a position with a clay and marble quarry company Mrs Burke Is vlslltng her daughter Mrs Burrell EIIIo at Junction City Mlsaes Luoy and Tommie Francis visit ed in Boyle this week Editor Lan qultoIIIbeen with his folks Bone George To Farrle and R H Tomllnsna have returned from Frankfort A MATCH If leAndOur lives would grow together In sad or singing weather Blown fields of lowerful closets griefIfAnd I were llknlbo leaf If I were what the words are And love were like the tune With double sound and slnglo Delight our lips would mingle With kIsses glad as birds ore That got sweet rain at noon If I were what the words are And lovo were like the tune If you were life my darling And your love were death Wed shine and snow together Era March made sweet tho weather With daffodil and starling Anti hours of fruitful breath If you were lIfo my darling And I your love were death If you wero ihfall to sorrow JoyWodWith loving looks and treasons And tears of nlghl and morrow boyIfAnd I wero tho page to joy If you were Aprils lady And I were lord In May Wed throw with leaves for hours And draw for days with flowers Till day like night were shady dayIfAnd I wero lord In May If you were of pleasure And I wero king of pain Wed hunt down love together Pluck out his lly logfeather And teach his feet a measure And find his mouth a rein If you were queen of pleasure Apd I were king of pain Algernon Charles Swinburne You will never wish to lake another doso of pills If you onco try Chamber lans Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant In of feet They cleanse the stomach and reg ulate tho liver and bowels For sale by Craig dr Ilocker druggists j V = r l9rrw = Ur j QUALITY QUANTITY VARIETY I mrJi1 Spring Clothing and Furnishings 1 iwhich are arriving daily Wo can sup bjfelfit ti1 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBEIEIiI l t Your money back it youre not satisfied DanvilleIli 11 F M D r = F I L Douglas 300And 35- 0Shoes ARE IEt1ldiiEST In See New Styles at CumminsMcClarys Modern Drug Dealing elements enter into perfect drug service arc we believe these Competency quality courtcousness and a fair profit policy en deavor to give all these tho fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is riot We handler one grade onlythe highestyet our prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store S Thos Rankin Ky J Lanier Vice Pres Ky Sec Trcas Rankin Ky J Ky StanfordI fall reek Milsprings Oil a Gas Co Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS Rankin President Millsptings Rankin EadsGcnl Mgr- Jlillsprings The World Tho that Wo SIO Our territory Is situated only a quarter of a mile from the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and in a line between It and the Parnell Wells flye miles to the south It Is on the river and plpo lino and consists of 3550 acres owned in fro simple hence bo rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid in developing territory For Informa tion prospactus or stock address F M Rankln Secy CENTRAL OIL GAS mINING CO Of Lexington Kentucky H N Loud Pruh Au SaMo Mich W II Clay VrPrce Lexington A P flooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos P Kelly Sec dt Treas Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres In Wayno county Ky about ono and ono half miles from the great Sunnybrook geld about 6000 acres in Lincoln county Ky and 000 acres in Licking Valley In Math county close up to Ragland where wo have two producing wells the average of tho territory In that locality We have started to drill in all three counties and expect to strike oil in every well We aro still acquiring very valuable laidsln addition to those already secured and lying in close proximity to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will bo sold at 3 a share par value of shares 810 each This stock will we confidently believe be selling for par in thirty days 4 ii 1 t Shoe Department By n lucky stroke wo were able to buy of tho largest firm in Cincinnati making ladies custom made shoes n largo line of Ladies Shoes and Ox i fords in Vici Patent Cnlfand Patent Vici nt fifty cents on the dollars with o ma ktoon every pair We are going to sell thesa out a In a very short time at that a will surprise you andremember they L are the finest line made anywhere 85 Ladies Vici Patent Loather new heal and too s300 8400 Ladies kid new heel nn dql8350 Ladies Patent Leathers beauties 225 f 300 Ladies Dongolakidshoes s n bargain at lwo- 837fi Oxfords in Patent Vici the fillc t2GIJ325 Oxfords in Dongola strap very sty1 IS 1qqIJ s 275 Oxfords in mannish last is hea7sole 190 8250 Oxfords in Dongola kid- good for the price 17- 5Tailort Made Suits and Walking Skirts t We are well stocked on Walking Skirts the seasons newest and best but wo also represent tho well known ifinn of Kline Kolm it Co of Chi cago Ladies Tailors Wo will mako Suits to measure from 81250 to 885 andskirts from 84 to 840 We will also make your dress from your own goods mantailored from 81125 to 52530 styles to select from and we furnish liningstrimmingsetc Wo have 300 samples of cloth which wo sell sponged and shrunk at 48 12c to 4 shades and colorings l JTailor made Tam ta Peau do Soio Suits made to order from 825 up Skirts 815 tip We gunran tee a perfect fit Come in and see our fashion plates showing new styles MILLINERY Ladies wo have tho newest and tsttellest millinery Walking Hats new Trimmed Hats c Mil linery findings at 13 off regular price G p p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W P WALTON lIa Candidate for Railroad Commissioner for tbe- 2d Dlitrict tablMt to the will of the democracy TUB Legislature adjourned at mid night Tuesday alter passing tbe Rev enue bill The Senate receded from the bank tax atnendruent and the capl tol amendment to tbo bill and then passed the measure by a vote of 23 to 12 Several minor concessions were made by thn Senate Tbe House there upon adopted tbe conference report by a vote of 51 to 37 and gave the bill Its final passage by a vote of 38 to 40 Tbe Worlds Fair appropriation bill was defeated falling to receive a constitu tional majority Tbo redlstrlctlng bills and many other measures were not reached Following are tbo most im portant bills that were passed Tbe Revenue Bill tbe Double Liability Repeal Bill tbe Municipal Tax Bill tbe Louisville Two Judges Dill the In vestment Company Bill The Cbarlta blo Institution and Penitentiary Ap propriation Bills the Farris Anti Blind Tiger Bill the Registration Car tificate Bill tbo Child Labor Bill and the Klalr Printing Bill A number of good bills failed to pass but the work of the session lust closed is far above the average and the legislators as a whole are to be heartily congratulated TUB Ship Subsidy Bill passed the Senate 42 to 31 Such honest republi can Senators as Allison Dolliver Spooner Quarlej Proctor and Dllllng ham voted la the negative but McLau sin the turncoat supported the meas ure The only amendments that ma tonally affected the bill reported from the Commerce Committee were one limiting the time of operation of con tracts to July 11920 and one provid log that the amount of expenditure un der the mall subsidy paragraph should not exceed 13000000 annually A CUICAUO lawyer has made in a Pennsylvania court an argument of 300000 words taking 35 hours in the delivery The Bible contains 773000 words Experts call this argument n record breaking one Some lawyer who may or may not know has said that leD tby peacbcs and briofc are sure signs both of the weakness of the case and of the attorney In charge Not be- lo a lawyer we cant eay whether ho Is right or wrong bills Introduced in tho Goner al Assembly only 130 passed both Houses q l t We never ex agerate In price or qua ity i1 Grand LarTUB GRAND LEADER has been in existence now one week in Stanford Tho people of Stanford and Lincoln county stock luhl it has to ellbrts ThisIlIlrredu8 greater show beyond doubt they appreciate our efforts out prices our uptodate week wo will make and put into execution Grand Acquainhmce Sale Wo want to meet you We wunt you to leant our prices We want you to inspect our large and well selected stock 1Yo admit wo arc strnngers to you and all wCIL kis for you and friends to home in price our goods and judge toryoursclf We make it rule hover to insist on nnyatlo buying in our etoro your our values must and do speak for themselves If you should become dissatisfied with nay purchases nmdo nt our atom except cut goods wo will return your money In other words your money back if you want it Is this not fair proposition We- think so Can you nflbrd not to trade at Thg Grand Lender Wo think not Its up to you Qvory thing in this ml and bring it with you In addition to the lines mentioned wo have largo stock of Mutts Boys and Clothing lit bargain Wash Goods Our stock is certainly complete in this line Everything you might think of wo have in tinsdepartment Nice now chic crisp styles Everything right down to the price This is the chief feature GOO yards linen striped Sergio weave made to sell at lOc our price per yard 4 l2c 500 yards new Batiste and Dimity made to soil at lOc our price per yard 6 l2c 200 yards now Batiste and Dimity made to sell at 12 12c our price per yard Oc 300 yards now Batiste and Dimity made to sell at 15c our price yard 12cper Mercerized ginghams solid colors new in style worth 12 12c our price per yard lOc New stripes in dress ginghams worth 12 12c our price lOc 84inch percale spring styles worth lOc our price 8 l3o 3G inch percale spring styles worth 12 l2c our price lOc Calicoes Etc Best brands calico none but standard makes your choice 10 Heavy Ihirting worth 7 12c yard our price tic Extra heavy shirting worth lOc our price 8e nn1 Good unbleached cotton wo sell you at be yardtSplendid blenched cotton wo soil 011 at 5c yard and Amulnnui wo sell nt Rflt Best apron checks Lancaster you Hen outing flannel in light and dark worth and 101 unbleached sheeting heavy quality 22c for lea 104 bleached Pepperial sheeting worth 25c for 21o Shirt Waists Complete now lino of Ladies Shirt Waists for spring and sum mer wear Hero lire few special Stoma New Gibfon India linen while waists worth 150 nt 100 Fancy gingham waists solid colors worth 125 at 80c Plain white India linen waists very pretty worth 100 at C9c 111 s 0 i ii v LEXINGTONS mayor elected by demo ocrata but whoso democracy has long since oozed out of his lingers and toes played a great trick In giving the city printing to tbe Herald a few hours before a law was enacted placing the dlt posaljpf it In tbe hands of the city at torney As the foxy mayor was month or so previous In tbe matter the courts will beresorted to concerning his ac tion and we predict that ere many will be glad tomoons wax and wane be recall his hurried work Mayor Duo can is one of tbe many who has had his head turned by too much otllce holding and tbe sooner his present term ex plrcit the better it will be for him and the magnlflcent little city b6 basburt rather than helped during his careers Its highest otticer TUB Lexington Herald devotee lengthy editorial to the question Can Bryan be Elected Tbe question could bo very easily answered if all democrats vote asdo the editors of that socalled democratic paper Fortunate ly they do not and thero is a chant foe tbe Nebraslfan yet A DES MOINES IOWA youth con fessed to have made an effort to wreck a passenger train just for the fun of teeing the result A dozen or so years In the penitentiary might change to some extent his Idea of fan as well as reduco his too great supply of curios ity a- POLITICAL It Is said Gov Beckbam will veto the Investment company bill but will signI all others passed James R Garfield eon of the late president will be appointed civil service commissioner H Clay Evans commissioner of pen lone denies tbathe Is to be made secretary of tbe interior- SpeakerFlnn of tbe House was presented with a handsome gold watchand chain by his colleagues The new law provides that when a regular judge can not serve the vacan cy shall be filled by appointment of tbo governor Gen MacArtbur has been assigned to command of the Department of the Lakes and Goo Funston to command of the department of tho Colorada V Sullivan bas been appolpted postmaster at Gentrys Mill Adair county James Dunbar at Lula Russell county abd D Botkin WaUaccton Madison county The democratic Congressmen cape cially those from Southern States are criticising Mr Bryan for an Interview in which be is quoted as saying that ho sees no barm In the Crumpackor reso lution provided the proposed Investi gation includes Northern States c S h Y i j S S + 1 ut L I on a a a a n 0 a S 0 ss a a a S i otbIcrHon R C Warren of Stanford tbe next representative of the 8th dlstrlot ID Congress was In the city Friday Mr Warren has proven himself a dot ocrat to the core always ready and willing to do what ho can for tbe cause and Is worthy of any honor the demo crate ofthe 8th can bestow Lexing ton Observer No man has grownlo public estima tlon faster and more firmly than HooI Newton W Utley president of the Senate and by virtue of his office lieuI tenant governor and It will be a subject of regret that ho has de eWe to eschew polities and devote bis time entirely to the law A great rUe ture seems to bo bis and we are sure the people will have a say In whether be shall retire or not Lexington Democrat MATRIMONIAL Mrs Louisa Dampbler of Louisville nearly 80 years of age sues for divorce John MoCarley and Miss Elizabeth Clovd were mide one at tho homo of tbe bride Wednesday Stephen Hollady aged 80 and Amanda H llada1 45 of dark county were married In Lexington William Hale aged 21 and Miss Em- Ily Berry 17 were married at Rev W E Arnolds by that gentleman yesterday afternoon Calvin Wilson and Miss Georgia King and Oscar Tuber and Miss Mat tie Galloway county oloperc were married on a train near Murray Sam Abell aged 10 and Mary Hard lacy 14 eluded tbelr parents who aro neighbors and prominent farmers near Lebanon and eloped to Jelllco Teen where they wero made one coupleItheir marriage to prevent an elopo lent Attorney General Brecklnrldge has justccolvod a communication from a British soldier In South Africa asking him in what State of the United States a divorce can be most speedily and economically secured He must want one bad CHURCH MATTERS Fire destroyed a Methodist church and several other buildings alKlmball WVa x Dean Uaker P Lee of Lexington bat decided to accept tnat 810000 a year otter from Chicago Rov T M Green of Urccnaburg will begin a protracted meeting at the Baptist church hero on the second Sun day la April Lincoln tys Greatest Bargain prices general Hosiery Department Wo kitty direct from the mills in largo quantities nnd insist that we can give you better values than anyone 100 dozen childrens Lislo finish hose double knee nnd double heel and toe sizes b to 10 worth 20c to introduce will sell at lOc mir No more than six pair to onto purchaser Childrens 20e highcolors now hosieryt sizes 5 to 7 12 for 12o Chilrons iSc now stylish sizes 5 to 8 12 for Oc Fine line of ladies black and fancy hot from 10 to SOc Mens black and 10 to 50c Table Linens Wo carry a full line of table linens at very low prices 50inch rentable linen worth 25c our price 17o 58inch red table linen worth 2l8c our price 24c GOincli red table linen worth SUe our price WOo COinch white table linen worth 50oour prico 29cv GU inch white table linon worth 50o our price 30o 72inch white table linen worth 125 our prico 080 SPECIAL FLYEIt25 dozen Linen I Luck Towels axtra size worth 25c oach until they arc all gouo 15o enoh Dress Goods Dept 80inch caihnwirs and whipcords all colors worth 20c our price 12 l2c per yard 80in silk and wool fancy suiting worth inc for 30o yard 80iii Venetian cloth tllOn l and shrunk nil colors worth Oflc yard our prico 4o 40in bluo serge worth 65e our priw 30c I4ill Plrole cloth black and colon worth 81 for tUo yard 4Iill black figured TuOlIflnla worth Ole our price Side yard 40in black pebble cloth worth 813fi our price 70c yard 54in Vonetmlll satin broadcloth all colors worth 812 our price 8flc yard IHiu Wale finished worsteds in nil shades worth 150 at 81 i i i j j a i i S N N H H NEWS NOTESI Cecil Rhodes It better Frankfort Elk let a contract for the building of a olub house to oat 89400 O B Scott a prominent phyalclaoI of Cynthlaaa died after ono GerImaovelt Noah Davis who an fudge preside nl the trials of Hose Tweed and E S Stokes Is dead- Seventeen cbalr manufacturers of the country are meeting at Plttsburg I to form a combine A 30 day pumping test of tbe 0111 wells In tbe district proved entirely satisfactory Bernard Berkshire found a valuable diamond In a rock while plowing near Petersburg this State Jack Morrlsy a brakeman fell be tweeD two freight cars at South Louis ville and had a foot crushed off Green Thompson a wealthy Negro and member of tho council at Lit tIe Rook Ark was assassinated While handling a shotgun Bev Hub bard of Laurel county accideotalll discharged It blowing off bis arm Will Joy aged 12 stabbed L7 Mc Coy30 to death in Clay county because the latter made an Insulting remark about his sister The tax ratn in Boyle tv has been fixed at 30 cents an Increase of onehalf cent This was made necessa ry In order to provide funds to meet turnpike pavmentl The Bradley dormitory at the State School of Reform was destroyed by are but all the inmates consisting of 1 or boys were saved It Is believed that two of the Inmates applied tho torch In the closing hours of the legisla tive session during the annual paper wad throwing sport some one throw a wound cony of tbo auditors report through the painting of George Wash Ington The managers of the business affair of the Kentucky InstItution of the Deaf announce that 2WX 0 of the ap vroprlatlon will be used In the con tructlon or a home for small boys 125 home and 810000 for a000 for a girls central steam heating plant The buildings will bo constructed on the cottage plan Confederateeterans Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping can W Shreveport are c Credent Route C8t1 attaclied to Queen baled train at Chattanooga wblo special trough trains tp Dallas will be run from during the Reunion and Iuttanooga tourist oars will also bo run fromtrough ontucky and Tonnes co points it enough velorana indicate their Intention of going to Is the only line that take you nut Lookout Mountain tho battlefields at uliattnnooSaanclthB scone of the sloRo of Vlek bur are also on Salo vIa Now Orleans 8U povor at Chattanooga lJlrmlnjtbam Now Orleans and other points OMt of tho MI rIver are permitted hour schedule Junction City to yotrltaenets tho llattleHeld at ChIckamauga W 0 Bin earson OCD IIallongcr Agt O e Coun Cen ter Road King halfkoso t 01 t +ib i i ia Notion Department t ii Wo two you money oven on small things To begin with wo sell you Paper of good pins for Ic I Paper of brass pins for 4c t Carl of putout hooks and eyes 3c Carl common hooks nnd oytt 2c Box of lOo hair pins for 5c Dozen washed pearl buttons nIl sizes fur Cc Ladies 100 handkerchief for Cc A be webbing for 4o yard l A lOc wlhh lg for 8c yard A goal pair mens sox for lie A pair snepondon for lOc iA 3l5c pair sugpendore for 25c A ladies1 15o collar fur Oc New 500 silk gloves all colors 25r y Ladies vosU Co quality fur 4c lOc ones for To ICo ones for lOc A ladies 8120 sateen underskirt fbr SOc Two spools of gold thread for 5c Pair of ladies black hose for Sc Pair childrens hose for Cc A SOc ladies purse for U5c A 25c melts purse for ICo iDozen white Inwu string ties Oc A good largo towel for Cc A wide lace for Cc yard A good India Linen for 5c yard k A nice brooch worth 35c for dec y f Corset Department t This iono department we pay especial attention to We carry only t i tho best makes but every quality in those Straight fronts in all mod R 0 Consols nro splendid woarotu y and comfortable Worth 8100 our price SO- cFlexibono tho idwil ror ot for stout banes worth 8180 our price 8110 Staoo straight front lrench pirwl tlntundWB IndW Itolts nnd Pureae We have the newest croatiowfl front lOc to S 1 Ask to MO them The prettirrl lint nt lailip ami I cntlfininH Imbrdlaii in tWii ort tu lu Imind nt our trldllt t ja e jI Silrrpsspcialsaleo5 t 4t The Racket Store will soil you fin worth of goods for u lleow is a lilt which shows you what 16 will tin here Good for hOda- ysleyardetlalleuwart Me leyerdsoatla Olothw rth SSo Sect1aIr lAdlw PboM worth flM lx1JAdle Uw9nb Me We 1 Men thus anyelsewerlb 141Nfe1 iMlr iteuii beeswerik II 9ST We IManallat worth lie lie IJUni Shirtworth ee Sr1 TIe worth Me sec All these item worth 11090 go forts 00 THE RACKET STORE 1T Reliable Goods at i T ii Low Prices i- o W H MUELLER 5 THE JEWELER 30 years experience at the bench W B McROBERTS DRUGGIST Itoi Wall Paper Fishing Tacklet Paints and OilsiOPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD K- YCLOSINGOUTI I Iwvo decided to quit tho goods business and have advertised my store for solo The readers of this paper know the kind and quality of waitingforhave an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES rRYE HUSTONVILLE W r t + 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANKQIUJ KY MAH 21 1002 In fllllne your prescriptions wo USD t Iroportonlnot do better If yon paid us double tbo price which Isalwave rcneoaable Pen nri Drug Store tPERSONALS MRS JAMES MILIIURN li 111 Miss 0 D COOPEU continue 111 IION 11 O WAIUIEK It In Hockcas tlo I JH88E F COOK li bore from Lexing ton W D MCKINNEY woe ID Lexington T Tuctduy 0 U 0VBN8 wont to Lexington Wcdoctdrfy WM SKVEIIANCB U In Loulivllle buying goods loins Da W n PBNNY of Danville It wltb relatives hero A SON has arrived to blest the union of Mr and Mn Thomas PenceQs MltS T L OARlBNTBlt and ton Ray wore here from Uuitonvlllo yet lord ay firfromMercerTguest of Mrt A P llunn on Logan Avenue Miss KATIIKIUNK HAUOIIMAN loft Tuesday to vUltMrs Newman DIrk at Owentboro hiworkJunclloo City MR A J ADAMS of Uustonvlllo II vltltlpI his brother Mr Sydney Ad ami Danvlllo Now Miss LIZZIE COWAN trimmer s Mrt Garland Singleton arrived feu Cincinnati Wednesday MRS Dlt W S HUAZLKY It over from Lancaster to tee bor titter Mrs W W flay who It Ill Mns L17S6IE AlUJSTRONO Of Louis yule and Mr Wm Allen of Arkansas AlleDIt mlifor but ar uj n brother In their new store la the Bltnore build lag Mies RMKAHRTII M CKnroiiTOKtho I Jt pretty and BleUnt KlBgsvllle tqrre p0mJ ot It vlstliog frlaods at SOf11WfeM MM II D CAMIHBUand l Mrt J D Ptw of Crab Orchard epeatyNterday with Mr and Mrs J OHmmlntSBNATOK 0 nonet T FAHRIB wa here jrwurday returning from Prank fort lIe was warmly congratulated on till work ibis MHloa W TUOLUAU of the End ltd left yMMrtfay for Cbudlernlll 0 to to- ate we IUI sorry to bare to good a olden leave the county Oust school It moving along nleely with an enrollment of HOwrit Milton Elliott president West Ken luoky College at Majflcld VfGLCuuTvaIFlttIAandWill matt loft yesterday for Loultvllle In search of position If they do not secure Jobs there they will go to Indlanapoltt nit PflRCV BUNTOv of Drodhea Pblladolpblatwithout It II MissDETTiEV LOUAN formerly of Huttonvllle but for several years pa connected wltb the leading dross ma cttabllibmonts of Cincinnati bat 1lnt In Danvlllo The H J Urcok Camp of Confederate Veterans met Monday and tuleotcd lollJonle Tribble to rspretcnt the at spec sor at tbo Dallas reunion In April A T1 Trfbblo sod II T Gray wore solect aa delegates with S A Moore and Ja China at alternates AdvocatoI LOCALS NEW stationery of latest styles Jut S revolved at Craig ft Ilockort MILTON CONDOR aged father of our couutyman P M Condor It dead at Parktvlllo WILL milletayat per 100 pounds for a few weeks to reduce stock J n DaUghman fe Co IT It again necessary for us to ttate tEut we charge five cents per line for obituaries no exceptions LADIES cordially Invited to attend our display of pattern hate for Spring March 2723 Mlssea Straub DANVILLE people hold a meeting at the court boueo there last night to de vise meant to fight blind tigerst TUB court of appeals refused a now hearing In thu graded school cato ac unless all signs fall we will continuo havo a graded school t J R It K a BEAZLEY will send six W S Drye Co coven and W W Lyon Co slx Ono horses to Hudsons combination sale In Loulsvlllo April 6 LATE OWD from tbp nuichlns 011 I S Gas Gos well In Knox Is that oil U 100 teat In It but boring continues night and day A gusher is hourly expected TO THE LADIBS will m v mil linery opening noxt Thursday 27th end you are cordially Invited to call and P my stock Mrs Garland Singleton rear of poitofflco TELEPHONE FRANCHISE Tho fran chlsQ to construct establish maintain and operate a telephone system In tho city of Stanford will bo sold in front ol the courtboiso door at 2 oclock to morrow Saturday afternoon Soo ad 0 I dn fourth page FARMERS Stock what coal you need plowingJFOR rent or tale tbohouse vacated by E G Walton Good stable and garden Apply at ibis olllco I YOUR attention called to the ad OllftoDParmOLD FIDOLERV CONTEST AT WALTONS OlERA HOUSE TONIOHT BORINO AWAY Too Central Oil lGal Co begun boring for oil on Sheriff I selLordayARM BROICBN While running after Reynoldsltright arm between tbo elbow and wrltt A KBATUUEof the fiddlers enter tainment tonight will bo a violin solo by Miss Bertha Jean Peony the tat Gated little pruoAT tbo old fiddler contest at Mt Xonla Tuesday night Sam Bishop won CooleYlloeoDdArmpDawlloo OperalIoulo ELlliU WELLS formerly of the East End but now located In the Sac fc Fox Agency O T writes ut that ho likes new homo splendidly and since the g rain of a taw weeks ego every thing looks flno I DAiiY JACK EItnominate Circuit Clerk buwpleasure In seconding tho motion Mr Uoldam It all right from every stand point and woula make an Ideal frost oresHVaSTHit SIMPSON colored and 14 year old was blown to piece by a dy ntmtte explosion near Somerset Jan Green a tables boy was probably fatal- y b wounded Simpson formerly lived In Stanford and wat 11wrdayr TUG Wayne Oil L Gas Co with valuable leases In Wayno county had thlt attics print for them A pretty folder giving many reasons why stock In the company should pay well J W Look rfclgt It president and Oeo D Weath tha I UAR In in I oil the Ayertorvloo In the iMlara snow of the Christian church bcgUnlog Tuesday ntwrnoon next and continuing until Saturday MlM AdvlaldatGall Iro t mlstlonary to India will speak on Saturday af ternoon at S oolock and also the fol lowing Sunday evening at 780 Every p body Invited LlMH BltOKBN Mrs W H CundlfT Ellidfew day ago She was driving near Norwood Pulaskl county when her bone became frightened and started over nn embankment Sbo jumped to boneskof c Dr Reddish of Somerset was called and the patient was doing as well ae could bo expected at last account Tint b111 requiring registration In all cladsa certificate of regi tration at a requisite for voting was tho Joint work of Senator George T Far rle of Garrard and Representative F North of Lincoln The former con calved It and tbo latter drafted the bill which It far tbo mostlmportant and fa reaching act that tbo Legislature has pasted The gentlemen deserve t highest praise for tbolovory cfeetu check tbo law will put on roseate nod floaters who can not as In th past bo colonized and voted In excite- elections DISAI IOINTEDWedoeeday morn lop Mr D Pearlman of Cqvlnglon n Ind called on Attorney LR Hughes and asked him to drlvo up to the East End and look at a farm ho had bought but hat never seen Mr Hughea com plied nag the two soon Icftforthonoona or rather the tarps At Crab Orchard they mado Inquiry about tbo placo and wuro told that the 07 acres claimed was probably worth 81 per aero Tbo Pearlmat0n ml ed but unfortunately for him the was no mistake and io had boon hoodooed In the first placo ho bought of a Covlngton Ind real firm a Kansas farm forii T00 cash wont to thatlStato to look at his pur chase but there was no farm answering the description and the Booster osiaicmeolhadtno property to silt of there Ho returned and told hs tale of woo to the scamps who had boateD him and when be threatened to bring adacash Mr Pearl man was vcrynaturally sore about tbo matter when bo left hero yesterday and if ho doesnt make It hot for the real estate fakirs who have worked him wo shall bo vorymuch surprised Ho hoe spent close to 8100 for railroad faro loooklng at farms tho Covlngton tease advertised LANDRBTHS garden seeds at W B McRoberW ITnE pa passd up last night to bappyIGo to Morris Freds on Depot street for bargalua In clothing shoes etc J ICAINMrs Josephine CaIn a good Christian lady of tbo Wayneeburgr sec tion IIIdeadIFOR SALE Drown mare mule five ycara old 10 hands high Good ODOI Myers d Lyon Hustonvlllo 3t PlymouthRock 2tICARSON Jr PENCE tbo Implement and buggy men shipped two car loads of bay to the mountains this morning THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange A Tltlo Co bavo some choice arms to sell or root Write or call on L It Hughes this building W H BRADY Is enlarging and Im oving his homo on Mill street He also bad his pavement straightened uo Let hlsfielgbbors do likewise FOR Pair16hand bay horses well matched work anywhere double or sfogle Old Hickory wagon good as now and heavy set of harness Will tell on six months time good note Frank McKinneypaMERCER countys magistrates must lovo mutlo They gave 150 of the peo pins money toward erecting a band viand In the court houeo yard It seems to ut that It would have been a better Investment to have started a sinking ofbulldloltbo old shack thorn TilE following aro tb entries la tbo OperanousoGoocb Wm Cooley Rowland Ben P Martin Dtrattown Alex Martin Mo Klnney L E True Crab Orchard J W Wells Uustonvllle Tack Nail An lei Lanbam brodncad Larkin Ulakt 1 Samuel Blthopof Turnercvllle Science th Frank Vallandlnghdro L G Mt Xenln A Dawion Reserved seats on talc at MoRoberu drug stern Admission 60 U and 2So OCR JAILER J E Hen tdrlokeoo a mountain prisoner here for safekeeping seeds ua the following pubUsbedacoommooatlnJjal1l1 tats prisoners who are here In his ouft tody for safekeeping can not toy too mush In behalf of him and his good wile They are ready at any time rod all In their power to accommodate tb unfortunates We are glad to note tbla foot as we are strangers here and are cared for just the same at if wo wero In our own county OJ FIRE Tina MORNINU About 4 o clock this morning tho saloon occu pled by John B Carpenter on Do Po strce and the dwelling adjoining burn ocoupledbywas awakened just In time to save him self Mr Carpenter and his brother William Carpenter discovered tho Ore and gave the alarm but It took some time for tho fire laddie to senate tho scope a number of them falling to hear beemanyewas the work of an Incendiary The buildings were badMa daya ago 81s lose ia probably 81000 while Mr latterrmot the break toslonreforaawas not IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Pinovlllu has CO cosec of mumps Salvlsa Mercer county Is to have n bank Joo Frank Loy was kilted by a rail lag treo In Adalrl- LIJlbtoloJr killed two horses for R L Bltsott of Mercer Thomas J Jeffries an aged aod re spected citizen of Columbia is dead Fire destroyed the largo warehouse and barn of A Davis fc Sops sear Lob anon Junction ateIqcounterfeiting depthfiein Wayne county Harvey Swain was held in 81000 AndyP080Confederate soldiers arc remembered In the will of Mrs S P Leos of Now York by a legacy of 800000 Bruce Bright sold yesterday In ono bunch seven boggles to Hlgglna ft McKinnoy of Stanford News Fred Thompson son of Capt R D Thompson of Lebanon Junction dis appeared from homo one week ago Ho Is 15 years old William Engleman has sold his Inter est in tbo general merchandise business toaleIng of going to Oklahoma Tbo Mlddleaboro city council baa been In a deadlock since Dee 15 Sev oral of the members a qqorum can not bualncsa can bo Jfl SI maD postmaster at Coo county Rowland vlllo Laurel county born at Woodstock Eugene Martin a ville poured a ladle late a pipe which explosion resulted melted metal Into A greater portion right aye destroying ty or 40 small rasa Mrs Cleo You Browns see her SPRINGOpening will take I will pay SO day cent a butter until April 1 for My all rates produceW FIRE of In htning on term d yable annually ate1 00 rame shingle metal roof 70Ci brick brick metal roof W Fare APPLE dollars per for Apple Tree at the I county Ky V O Clifton Farm ea Cecil of Ctomwell Pleasant Jr l avlne o U Will IMt at fMUi Inure ton vobtcrlsip of Highland Hrally No SM make the season o sure Absolulolyllmited 8IM per week Wrlto for tabulated tof Solid bay black FARM point Vol Sired by 4Washington SI was HOCKEftad by Washington Denmark be by race dam by Unicorn M dam by Cockspur by Ilhoderlck 194 Id Bello the dam of show more It 1s nlOOI an ho Is ono of the Kentucky Ills colu and bringing Saddle startling tmaps more rich ODes Preston will woo 1Ilug colt Will keep ft a month W B Burton V 0 = i= al o c ir CJ1 ro 8 0 ao iaL1 1 9 s a t n Leave PrescriI with us Wo Lowest Prices Material and CRAIG J tl BttJ DANVILLE KENTUCKY Easter Opening Ladies Spring Summer Hats Thursday to Saturday March 27 28 29 rThis is an event well worth a special trip to Danville On the above dates we will have an exhibition over 500 Walking anti dressy trimmed Pattern Hats more than you will see in a dozen prdinary openings Each one is ab solutely new in every detail Each one represents the best that the experience taste and judgment of the most skills ful and artistic New York milliners could produce at the various prices They will not be like the ones you see at home but will bo what you would see today were you to look through the best shops in New York City Prices willrange from 250 on up to 20 We are exclusive agents for this part of Kentucky for Phipps Atchisons world renowned Walking and Tailor ed Hats We will have 100 of their latest creations at prices from 350 up to the finest they make Dont let any weather keep you away from this opening QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWireClover and Timothy Seed Stoves Ranges Groceries 0Full fruit every week Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block QggfYicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market S1Q9JiEJIIt v v 3vt wS v3 v vvvvfti Good Headwear 4P 4 You must have if you are well dressed A fine b w rt r suit of clothes and patent leather shoes e x have no effect if you wearingan old style hat 1 555 our TNaVOTQCYl Vb eOee ttg ssr lullof the very newest i and best things rya S 1fiari y Stetson goods in five styles all 83 50 0 M Heddln goods 8300 iir Swan brand for 82 50 The late curl brim from 160 to 260 An JftjjjJ 111 + endless variety of beautiful Uttle follows and girls and boys caps yla fffi H J MCROBERTS Jt Melt 1 Q ban If 7i sp A talept1 plk RgstMafSs 9IIlrti VoS fo t flj iiOf iJi Z3 If t- I a WyYs6 a7L TU Jigx7tFl lA7rt I Special Values at the New o14 Look at our special values in 5c Hamburgs end Look at our special values in lOc Ilamburgs laffilIEftjwith narrow edge for rullles at lOo I Prettiest line of fine wash goods in Nainsook itt broideries ever shown in Seo our lines of long We have succeeded SlnnrordII of real handsome Many now and pretty I Look at our Zephyr at 7Jc for dresses boys walitf wash pelt fli m coats lti Dont forget the place opposite the Myer houseM THE FAIR DRY GOODS I COMPANY r I T D Raney Miss Emma Warren Miss Effie Warren J Iiri i t T t t V 0 fTHEINTMORJODRNAL Entered n the poIloffi eat Stanford at toonddajtt matter Anbllahct7uwdg4 nadFzldavw- ar 1 PERYEAR CASH aw when not oDatdQSS2OO will becaarged R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Illggins at McKlnaoye Stara- I Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop oiaaoy Xy Maiteand keep constantly on hand the best of Flour Bran Chick on Feed ic Prices very reasonable Oui tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller For Rent Two houses In the East End about 2 X tulles from Crab Orchard One house has three rooms and the other five Good out buildings never falling water and 230 acres In both tracts SAM COOHRAN Walnut Ridge Ky T BROWN jF BROWN IAttornoysat Law Office in Masonic Dldt SOMERSET Room 9 KY nwill practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly Ji I COAL r 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 portion of patronage I handle the grades of coal T L SUElTOtf Rowland Ky I till Cs RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor I STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ERDILLHAYDANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o Re write For Prices MONUMENTSPURE ZIit1 nWhlto Bronze Is to stone In the monument buMnew what tbe Improved dropbead sew ing machine Is to the old hand method or tbe palace car 1 to the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It Is indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of ones It Is very beautiful a frosted silver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can investigate It J C McWhorter Agt GRAB ORCHARD KY J+ G+ JcGLMY UNDEItlrAltER EMJU LtIER And Dcalear In I3 nNESr 36 DDLERY teC Ktnnford Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of Louisville will be At I St AsapU HotclStnnfor I toniiy and Way April 78 r Now Is the time Dont your best friend eyes examined and rlusei scientifically adjusted Dont neg lect your childrens eyes Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m I IDdlwcatLue harnt s Ircatti with Eureka Hat ness 111 It U alita the damp keeps the death er loft and pit j able Scuha do not teak No rough cur face to chafe and cut barnn The4i IlOOkiDilike wears tlce I aa longby the jose of Eurek- allemn0a Jt V Sold everywLer In caall sires Made by- 5isndard 011- Company i L1 Bd KA- A1ttfES Notice to Stockmen Mr cattle on Stanford street In Lan caster will bo completed by Monday next Court and I solicit a portion of- theetoekmenetrade They are convenient to town and I will furnish an abundant of feed and water TM ESTES A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Offlocovpr UeBobtrta Drag Store In the Owil 1 ilalUlni J H BOONS COs ProprIetors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Druces Old Stand Depot St STBHFO 0 KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Phone No OS BEAZLEY HAYSTJ- 1TDESTASEBS ALSO DaULXBI IB FarnltareMattingf3RugiAnd They will Exchange Furniture for al1 kinds of Stock Give them- a calk Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK TELEPHONE FRANCHISE OI SATURDAY MARCH 21 109S at 1 oclock P Moo I will offer at public auction In front of the Court door 1 franchise or privilege to construct entab lisp maintain and operate a telephone ays tern In the city of Stanford Kentucky Bald sale la made as follows AN ORDINANCE provide for eta sale of the franchise or ITo to construct establish main and a telephone irstum lathe city of Stanford Ky The Council of the City of Stanford Ky do ordain as follows SECTION L That there shall bo sold tc the highest and best bidder for the term ot twenty 20 years a franchise or prtvllege- to construct establish maintain oper Jrlvate the necessary conduits subways and manholes wires poles and other equipment and slso the right of way over along un der through and In tho streets avenuns alleys parks square bridges and other public places In said city for the purpose ol running the subways manholes poles wires and other equipments necessary to construct establish maintain and operate said telephone system In tho of Stan Ford In accordance with the conditions terms and limitations of this ordinance SECTION 2 That It shall bo tho duty ot the la or to otTer said franchise or privi lege at public auction to the highest and jest bidder at 2 oclock P M on Saturday March S3 1802 before the Court House door In Stanford Koo after having given notice thereof by advertisement for ton 10 days In tho Interior Journal and in which notice he will insert this ordinance end he wlll report to the City Council the bids received by hum for IU approval and tho auld Olty Council reserves for and on be halt of the city to reject any and all bids for said franchise or privilege and In case the bid reported by the said Mayor shall bo rejected by the city council It direct by resolution or ordinance said franchise or privilege to be again offered fur tale from time to time until a satisfactory bid halt bo received and approved or accept any of the bids offered in its discretion titCWN3 Before the said franchise or prIvilege shall be vested In the bidder whose bid may be accepted by the city council a ontract shall be entered Into between tho city and said bidder setting out the terms oodltlona and limitations upon which naid ranchlse or privilege shall bo granted and containing stipulations necessary to protect the city and to require of the bidder nlflllment of said conditions and limitations and the city council reserves the power to Insert in solid contract such stlpu ttlons concerning the time In which the work shall begin attar the acceptance of the bid and the prlco to be charged for telephones to Its subscribers the time at the expiration of which said telephone system hall bo In operation the manner places III which said tales shall be erected bow jueh of said wires shall bo placed underground and at what points manholes shall lie contruc ed and such other condItion end limitations as the said council may by ordInance direct SECTION 4 That the franchise or privI- lege provided In this ordinance when said ontruct Is Into shall not be cor trued as being In any way exclusive or as inventing the city council of the city of tanford from providing for tho sale of Im liar franchises or privileges to other persons ompanles or corporations I and this limita- tIon Inserted in any contract entered into bptweon the city of Stanford and inch person corporation or company SECTIONS This ordinance shall tako er tect from and attar Us passage and publl atton as required by law Patsod by city council March 0 1003 A B FLORENCE Mayor L R nUQHES Clerk LANDSTOCKGROPSETC Six broko mules for talo J B Ow rev Stanford Horse uads are coming la Boat Bead voura along FOR SALE Flvo Rood calves Horace frown Stanford 2t Lutes Is Co bought In Lincoln and Casey 150 boats at 5o 100 shocks of fodder for sale Ale Traylor Gilberts CruokSJ N Vanhook sold to Bud Peanlt ton a pair of small mules for 8115 Ballot whoso progeny won over 100 000 on tbe turf le dead at the ago of J1 years JrV Holtzclaw bought a nice jack from Tuck Hubble for about tlOO Uscord There aro over 1000 entries for tho 821000 Kentucky Futurity for foals of this year Ten good work mules 4 to 8 years old for solo C T Bohoa Husto vllle iyUToo Adair News notes tho sale of 40 barrels of corn at 82 CO and a bunch of fat hogs at 5 45 Hemp buyers are offering to make engagements for the crop of 1002 at 15 per hundredweight A strong effort la being mado to have the governor veto the bill prohlbUl the docking of horses tall The Glasgow Times notes sales of hope at 4o to fiic yearlings at iicco at S3 25 mules at 88G to S125 A Chicago millionaire Is after Abo Frank George Bennett Derby colt Hid owner asks 830000 for him John W Stephenaon bought of floe ry D Baughman a bunch of iMpound cattle at 4 30 and a cow and calf or 811 FOR SALE 100 sheep 100 lambs 100 bushels of Bert oats and 60 bushel nice millet seed J W Baughmai Stanford Ky A St Joseph Mo man bas contract ed to furnish 12000 horses at the rlito of 600 per month They are to go to South Africa At an auction sale of live stock 8 Fred Dunlaps farm In Woodford county 100 twoyearold mujes brought 14000 an average of lUG J G Cecil has sold to I Weldon Moore of Atlantic Oltytf J the faaL mare Mies Nancy 2231 trial 2li for 81000 J C Lynn has purchased of Booth Thompson 14 bogs weighing 12 rounds at 5cNews Elliott W Shanklln was elected sec rotary of the Kentucky Trotting forest Breeder Association to 011 tho vacancy caused by the resignation of H W Wilson Brook Curry resigned as a director and Maj P P Johnston waa electedJ McCafferty and John Schor have bought of J N Camden Jr Hartland Stud Woodford county hii this years crop of yearlings by Imp isher Handsome and other sires Tin dealwas consummated and the price le said to be 00000 At executors of Wm Stlgall deed we will April 2 1002 at 10 oclock sell following personal property Four licks 3 to D years old 14 to 15 hand high 7 mule colts 6 mares 2 horses pair work mule bull and some eowe50 or 76 bushel wheat lot of loose hay bees and extra hives farming Implements Terms made known on day ol sale T D English auctioneer W V Green ana Mrs Malloda Silgatl executors 4t Invitation to Confederates Mr T C Jasper of Piano Texas Tttea as follows The Confederate Reunion will bo at Dallas Texas this year on April 2225 I want to bave my old regiment with mo at my home in this place on the fight of the 23rd This place lyonly 18 miles from Dallas sod takes only a- few minutes to run up here Nothing would give mo more pleasure than to havo all tbo old boys of the Oth Ky rlgabya Regiment to stay with mo ono night I will be prepared to take care of all of them that are living and I want them to come and I will have lenty of room for you If you will come Ed I hope all that attend tbe reunion will make arrangements to go home Ith moon April 23rd1I Are you sick T If so investigate tho tents of IlKtiiUXE It is a concentrated edicine tho dote is small yet it quickly produces the most gratifying results dl itlon improves the lips and cheeks lose their pallor the eye becomes bright anll- tho step elastic Price 60 cents Pennys Drng Store e Tbe Virginia Legislature has taxed bbylsts 8100 each In other words D- Opaid agent or attorney can make an argument written or oral before any clalatlvo committee except bo first o italn a regular lobbyist license tbo- tax being 8100SChildren often Inherit feeble digestive were and colic of a more or less severe aractcr results whoa food is taken which is at all difficult to digest Wnrrcs C IEAM ViRMiEUQE acts as a general and rmanent tonic Price 25 cents Pen- nys Drug Store 1 Ninetyfive tons of gold and 520 of sUvcr aro mined In a single year Couldnt help getting acold never cures It but carrying home a bottle of BAL RDB HOHBIIOUND SYRUP and using It as directed will cure tho wont kind of- cough or cold Price 25 and 60 cents innys Drug Store The Knox County 011 Co with caplI tal stock of 100000 and of whit Judge Thomas H Paynter of tho court of appeals Former Chief Justice William S Pryor and James H Haze rlgg Attorney General Robt J Brcc Inridgo and Judge S B Dlsbman of Barbourvlllo are the IncotporatonI was organUed at No 0110 knows tbe unbearable torture one undergoes from plies unlcia they arc so nflllcted TADCKRS UTOKKYB IltJH OINTMBXT Is a quick safe and pklnlc cure Price 60 cents In bottles Tube 75 cents Pennys Drug Store I see that Maudo Chumlcy was mar rled to Charlie Sotto last night Married I Why goodness graplqi She told mo she wouldnt marry the best man on earth Well she didntThe Echo When children have earache satura a piece of cotton with BUUV DS Svq LIMMBNT and place It in the ear It WIU stop tbe pain quickly Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store The California supremo Xourt beld the trust clause In Former Senator Fairs will Invalid and his fortune of over 920000000 will now bo distribute among his children The goats of Naples e upstairs Into tenement houses to bo milked 80me times to tho sixth or seventh stories Sheriffs Sale for Taxe County Court Day Monday April 11 ISO 31 ttetwcen tho hours of 0 a in and 4 p n- at the court house door in Stanford Lln coin county Ky I wllltexposo to Ihe highest bidder for cash In to lny thu State and county taxes for the rein shown opposite the names the followln property or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay said taxes This list will a week for four reek beJlllbllsbellonce disappear as soon ns tho tax and coat are paid of adroi Using 8160 Stanford Wblto randy James D N It M acre 86 7 llrummott Unbecca S acre Daugherty W J 41 acres 1 A Ends II T 10981 II acres 8 tit Elmoro 3D 1 town tot I a Hoeker Charles old 11 urea t II from John SO three t 16 Lay R W 31 acres I 31 Schoffer Widow M acre 2 f- A JIrtlSIsees m- Clrkratrisk 1Y Kate Mm 17- Mrtln W L Merrs t 7- 1MauwetTw 1 ere I N- l ueherl7 J n tt sera I 11 later AKltnon 1 lawn lot t fk- ewdey cim a am t Y IMS Siul alert a w John 1 airs 7 toward Jaaies laves 711- MrL K A D WHD flnn H T- BtanfordOWered Carr Andersen I houses k lots 11 13 Christopher Albert K airs 2 II Dowse Gee acres a ft Good woUard Ire a eo Hayden Tim 1 awe 2 7- 1Lackey wm hewe let 4 4- hcuneLackey win sr lot I 8t Logan Jim 1 aere 2 71- Logan Jim 11 sere t 2f andlil e John 1 aere t IImpoon Kllas 3 urn I Id Alms Thos 41 acres 2 n Wade Olddle heuut let II II Hu tonvlle While Aldrich Mrs E L 110 acres 29 30 Halley IK M 2 acres 1 IJO Oarpentor George 40 acres 2 17 Isles E V 20 acres 1 15 tooch Aden 160 sores 2 48 liller August Tfiaoros- fartln 0 nI John M acres 2 70 uaxor O n iii acres 2 00 iartln J G 78acres II 07 plslpr Mike OS acres 4 4T tatuni O w AS acres 6 fm tatnm O W 22 acres 7 00 Willi aIDs John 300 acres 5 4t locum J D 4S acre 2 7- 0iocumJlf 20 seres 212 tcUhorter J W 70 acres 242 refines J F 40 areca 2 76 IBIJN Is sties I N 1111111 JO asst 191- emwr IMsrd at sere t M t rcinWM 18 sera l 41- rllford J It U4art a 77 uun Will SO atrts t IT mnact Jrata 4dafra I J1 Hustonvtlle Colored Bailey Charles 4 acre 2 37 Blain John 1 lot 2 60- Oapp8 J W 1 lot 2 80 Dopcr Dick 1 lot 2 12 Dale Lewis 3 seres 2 17 Dudle Findley I lot 2 50 jkthridLe lioffard i aorta 2 17- Drye William llot 3 GO orrell Ben 6 acres 2 48 Ivcns Anderson 20 acres 3 2S Johnson Henry CO acres 7 80 cformsck Sam 3 acres 2 76 2 acres 2 05 NemanjPatton 5 acres 217 ecle Charles 2 acres 2 J7 rich Jimitownlot I sa Colllol JohnI 1 150 Clo1d Joe 1 town lot t to Grab Orchard Whlto Delaney Sirs Kate SO acres 1 SO annoy Halllnger 20 acrvs- mney 2 06 Joe 30 acres 2 18 ishon Lewis 33 acres I 801 cloy Ilornott 38 acres 8 65 Laggard heirs 40 acres 140 oblnson Richard N R 4 acres 3 45 BKers John 30 acre 1 fl5 Smilh It A M acres 2 3h Smtih J L 18 acres i SO lomrwin Richard 5 acres I 16 Swllb Mrs A M 10o free I le Crab Orchard Colored sys Fred 0 acres 2 76 Illlsrai Alec G Ifiw- Wsjrnnlurg 718 AuZut AJ laat acre S III- tJurton H B 161 acres I ta- IIrnt Oeo N R Meta 28 irltwn Jeff M sens a M- HUlter Jowpb SOacree 240- ryanfJaeph 50 SCFM 3 91 rye in acre 1111- 1IDt Sim I house and lot 2 99 ochS It 60 srrcs 310 orhJ M 19 acres 4 JlllllOnJW IK urn 386- IIlnll J C 20 acres 1 41 trite JO TO scrrs 3 al- OOsirrs11 n II U J JaoelgWM Ilen I 8 t bIIIcrMer Albert Unn 85SOKinneyJM184ra 2 II- INolla R H sera 2 71- 1Iskra Peter 103 acres 3 M lhUIl loel 117 acres 666 lrlce Dill I bOUIDd lots 00 O GO sera 2 45- ISOaletre11IW res S 20 tJoltltoD Wm 51 acres 4 3Q- CO ddathH C acre 2 15 TumberleelonLTbomu 100 acres S 48 lIS acres B 98 Inll lucloda 28 Km 1 II- S3Tim Pennio Ion acres 1 21 lIIr boedhlutf 125 acres 1 44- Macrwlllsmi W U 2 00 S M OWENS Sheriff I SALEIi TisThis will Include Overcoats and Clothing Dry Hoods Hoots and Shoes and olherijooJ too numerous to mention in thU all Heres an example New and pretty Spring Goods Arriving Daily I This sale la fpr cub Xo goody charged at these prices so dont ask it the shades She A SoctHUSTONVILLE KY CARSON PENCE a j DRAhKItS IX Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness I Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and aro sold at prices that defy compotitiont See our elegant line ot Lap Robes 4 I First NationalStanford Ky Bank1 Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was orlRloallv MtoUUhfJ as the Deposit Hank ot In liltS then reornnlicd as the National Hank of Stanford USA and agate reorganised uthe Pint National tank ot Stanford In IMS having bad practically an uninterrupted exkteore for 41 sears It Is better supplied nuw with facilities for transact promptly and well than aver before IB 1U long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J 11 Officers J 8 HOCKBK Prest J J McKOnKKTS Chr W U WBAKBN Bk- prDirectors I F Reid LlMC a Vo 8 T Karris Uttettln Oo J H locker Llneoln Vo- W R Walton Lincoln On J II CMlter Urab Orchard M I Ahore Stanford II It Itauehmao Stanford T I 11111 Stanford Robinson Hubble 111 Haufbrnan Stanford W I Tat Btanfortl I TomorrowiThe J T Burghard Cos salesman will show their fineIline of CARPETS RUGS A CURTAINS H at our store Everybody should see this elegant displayIWithers Furniture j YIURRAYYIcADAMSt HA NVII LE LEADING JEWELERSvn I The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov I elties in Central Kentucky I MVc arc also Graduate Opticians and can fit your eyes scientifically und correctly Three experi ahead jewelers employed in our repair shopsl1tI isfaction guaranteed We sell Gorlmm Silver Usorne aeeWe are going to save you some money today and tomorrow See what a little CASH will do at our Store in Stanford 818e Early Juno Pons 5o ono 20u Bnltinloro Tnblo Ponchos loo 10o Gibbs String Bonus 6c Blnckborrios 7 l2c Foxs Gloss Starch 8c 8 cans of Rood Com for 20c1 Hi 60c cans linking Powder for J7c lIb Taylor linking Powtlor 20c 5 liars Laundry Song for 100 25 oontsfBottle Sour Sliced Pickles 19c I GEORGE Ha FARRIS co e We handle the 1 r t Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle BuggiestA better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition I If you want the best buggy made tt come see our stock r Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY d 4 e y