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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY DtARCH 25 19029 A M NO Y LANCASTER Tbo Baptist Young pcoplo realized 112 at their missionary opon session Rev J B Woolford Immersed Sun day afternoon tbo 14 convert of their November revival Some of tbo follower of Izaak Walton bavo been out with their Usblng r tackle but have met with Imllfforent luck J Information bas been received from Rev 0M Chumbloy tbat bo and bli family will reach this placo on Friday April 4 Thb Ladle Aid Society will not have their regular Saturday meeting but will have a call session at tbo roildonco of Mrs J 0 Thompson on Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock At tbo recent old fiddlers contest hold In Nlcbolasyllle the winner of boUt the first and ccond prize G U Secbrcsl and Mr Alice CrutchOold are rosidonts of this county Carolinarmule on yesterday and Burton Belo f table was full of theo anlmale for tho Inspection of tbb Southern trader RIder A H Moore preached Sunday morning thoetpond sermon of his In lercstlng series on the Uook of Acts The Early Growth of the Church TberI4Leander Davidson met with a painful R accident on tat Friday A young horse bo was handling became unmanageable and In the struggle for the mastery ho was kicked on the arm sustaining a fracture near the wrist Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Chris rtlan church will hold their handker chief male next Saturday afternoon at the Stormct itdreroom on Danvlllo street Light refreshment served and Mlsi Salllo Elkin will baveI on exhibition und for sale an artistic display of hand palnted chloa I An attractive feature of tho open see I lion of tho local WO T U on Saturday was tbo rendition of the beauti ful solo The Holy City by Mrs Jno M Logan The entire program previously given was Instructive and Interesting Tbo following wore apei pointed associate vloo president Mel dames A H Moore Christian ohurob J B Woolford Baptist L Robinson I Methodist M K Kirby Presbyterian A committee was appointed to draftk resolutions on the death of Mr F W Graham 1mI or of Richmond spent Sunday In this r ally MI Allene Hudson of Danville I Is with Miss BlUabeth M Hudson j Mr Dr Letobor of Henderson and- yI eon O car are guests of Mrs W n MaCon Mrs H A Price and son N B Prlee spent Sunday wltb Dr AS Price at Danville Misses Hassle Hal I lard of Paint Llok and Bessie Jones ol Lexington aro guests of Mrs Loo 4 Hasan J Hunt McMurtry and family of Washington D C have boon visit Ing In the county Ralph Anderson Jr leaves this week or Ada I T Mr Wm Myers of Mludloburg Is the guest of his daughter Mre J II Simp ion Mr 7 T Rice has returned to Richmond tMrsMary Collier wife of Coroner Moses Collier was found dead In her bed on last Friday morning at 5 oclock It was n very great shook to the whole community as she was soon on the street late the evening before appar ently In good health After return fog homo the complained of feeling Ill and her husband and daughter eat up 1 in her room until after II oclock when she assured them she was much bettor and prevailed upon them to retire The cause of her death Is ascribed to grip she having suffered several at tacks of that disease for tbo last two or three winters Funeral services were held at tbo Christian church Saturday afternoon Mrs Collier bad reached 1her73d year and leaves a husband a daughter Mrs U D Simpson and a son J B Collier to mourn her lots LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CUREP In tho winter of 1803 and IS09 I was taken down with a severe attack of whatI is called la gilppoenys F L Hewett a t prominent druggist of Itlnfleld III Tho only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke up the co d and slopped the coughing like magic and I have never since been troubled with grippe Chamberlains Cough I Remedy con always be depended upon to break up a severo cold and ward oil any threatened attack of pneumonia It is t pleasant to take too which makes It the pOp1if There are 15000 deer In the Yellow atone National Park I You will never wish to take another dose of pills if you onto try Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant of i feet cleanse the stomach and reg ulate the llverjand bowels For sale by Craig Ncker druggists jI r DANVILLE AND VICINITY Editor Henry E Woolfolk has been appointed a delegate to the National Press Association Henry Lyons the popular laundry mOD returqed Friday from a sojourn of two months In New Orleans J T Mock has returned from Atlanta wbero be shipped a oar load of mules He re torte tbo market dull Joe Jordan returned with him and Is buying a carr load of horses for tbo southern marko Otto Itunoldo has challenged William Canter alias DIll the Baptist of Dan vlllc for a heavy lilting contest to bo pulled off in the opera house In this city Cantor has frequently lifted as much al 1000 pounds and Ronoldo Is among thechomplon weight lifters of the world Canter prefers an eating contest to n lifting contest however Iln recently ate a half bushel measure of raw oyster at one sitting In Antonio Longoa wholesale fruit store in this city At another time be ate a crate and a half of oranges and three or four days afterward 140 hard bolled eggs Probably some of the readers of the INTERIOR JOURNAL will doubt the above statements but If they will come to Danville and put up the prloe for the goods Canter will furnish the appetite any day In the week or Sunday He has gained a national reputation for his phenomenal gastronomical feats and has refused flattering proposition from traveling amusement concerns Mr Joseph W Irvine bo popular Alum Springs farmer comes to the front with tho first snake story of the season It Is truly wonderful Friday afternoon bo went Into the field where his cattle were to look after them They appeared to be frightened and were ranting around like wild boast At flrst he thought they Wore affected with blaek log or smut colic and be came greatly alarmed Around the straw rick which had served as shelter and feed a great army of small ani mall seemed to bo bounding Into the atmosphere Mr Irvlno the rlok and was dumbfounded to find that the object wore black snakes number log probably five or six hundred At the sight of the gentleman a regiment of racers made for him Ho took to his heels nad after a desperate foot race of 900 yards found refuge In a hickory tree The reptiles coiled bounded and Issued their forked tongues vlalously awaiting the down coming of the farmer that they might feast upon bis life blood Altar remaining In the booameIfrightened and tired Into his enemies with his Colts revolver killing 35 whloh bo brought to Danville In a bushel basket Tbo remainder took frlybt and made hUe to the straw which was sub eqcenlly burned Be neath were many hole In tbo ground Into whloh the snakes had retreated Mr Irvine thinks they oame to the straw rick last fall when the Ores were raging In the knob and that the cold weather came and compelled them to remain Evidently they bad just aroused from their annual Rip VanWtnkllan state of being and their weakened con ditlon duo to a winter fasting saved the farmers lIfo HUSTONVILLE Miss Frost returned missionary from India will deliver an address at the Christian churoh next Thursday even log at 730 Public Invited and good audience wanted Myers ft Lynn advertised a brown mare mulo for salo In last Fridays Is suo of your paper and on Saturday disposed of the animal to Cbas Coffey of Moreland for 8160 Advertising pays Miss Ellen Power who has been un able to bo at her post will bo by April 1 Miss Edna Carroll Camnlu Is visit- Ing tbo Missed AJams In Danville Miss Bottle V Logan loft Saturday for Danvlllo where much to tho regret of her many friends she will make her future homo Mrs Mary J Weather ford who has beep Quito sick Is con valescing Mr J G Weatherford and family have moved from Mllldale to Danville where they are conveniently domiciled In Homer Baugbinans reel dence In tho Otter addition Mr W will devote his entire time to file bust ness at this place We are sorry they didnt locate hero W B Bishop and wlfo have returned to Pooca City Okla homa Hon M F North has returned from Frankfort looking none the worse for wear HOW TO CURE THE QUIP Remain quietly at homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is sure to follow 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 recover For sale by Craig locker druggists a The City of Mexico with a popula Lion of nearly 37000 still has an annual death rate of 52 1 per 1000 i MR LEWIS HOSSELL Mr Lewis Rossell who recently died aged SI was a remarkable man for his congeniality and activity of mind He was tbo father of Mra A E Gibbons of this oily and was wellknown and much admired by a host of friends In Danvlllo In 1830 ho began running the stare line between Danvlllo and Frankfort which be continued several years later purchasing the routo be tween Maysvllle and Lexington Ho frequently remarked tbat ho spent tbo happiest years of ble life while con ducting the line between Danvlllo and Frankfort owing to tho fact that bo bad the opportunity of residing In Lit tie Britain Ho was a great admirer- o Dr John O Young and was a de voted communicant of the Presbyte rian church of which Dr Young was pastor for more than 30 Lean Upon one oeoaelon a passenger from Balti more boarded the stage at Frankfort with a number of other gentlemen Ip general conversation he asked Mr Roe sell between what points he operated When Informed that the ends of the line were Danville and Franfort re spectively the stranger with an air of sarcasm asked whore on tho face of the earth Is Danville I Well where on the face of the earth have you been all your life that you have not heard of Danville and Dr Youngs church P rupondod Mr Rosiell In a manner that Indicated his surprise at the Ignorance of the man from the East Kentucky Advocate IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Jasper Redman a miner was fatally crushed In Hell oounty Henry Rubin an octogenarian of Garrard eouety died from Injuries re aelvod by a horse falling on him W R Danbam bought eight shares of Boyle National Bank stock of W P Given and M J Farris at f160 Mrs Sue Mulllns has taken charge of the Mulling Hotel at Livingston No woman In the mountains knows better how to run a hostelry The main dormitory at Ashland Sem inary In Woodford county was de stroyed by Ore The female boarders escaped In their nightgown i Henry Rubels of Buena Vista Mer oar county was leading a horse to the yarn when the horse stumbled and foil on him Injuring him so severely that bodied Elme Blount a bridge carpenter of Richmond roll from a railroad trestle In Eftllll county breaking his right leg In two places and dislocating his shoul der The distance was 43 feet Ho will recover Uncle Jim Grayhlel of Line Creek was In town Thursday Ho is 83 years old halo and hearty as most men of 50 He stood on his head and cracked his heels together twice before striking tba floor Livingston Colonel Circuit Judge Watts Parker In a talk from tho bench at Lexington de nounced the Investment companies as frauds and said the courts should1 ap point receivers on application from persons who had been led to Invest In the companies A prominent Mercer citizen was ask ed If be attended Danvlllo court day Ho replied No sir roe l When I go to Llttlo Brltlan 1 never see anybody but dudes and dummies Ono class wont speak to a Mercer man and the other cant Harrodsburg Democrat- A postofllco has been established at Horn Letcher county with Isaac J Adams postmaster The name of the poatotfloo at Colllnswortb Jackson county has been changed to Sand Gap with Abel Gabbard as postmaster Tho poatofJlce at Eaton Pulaekl countyhaa been ordered discontinued after AprlJ 16 When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may MJOW that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets They will cleanse your stow acb Improve your appetite and make you fuel a new man They are easy to take being sugar coated and pleasant in effect For sate by Craig Hockcr drug gists NEWS NOTES won tho Flight Stakes at New IDeRth of Holland Is again In an interesting condition U Mr Richard Young is dead at Mc Whorter Laurel county Spains sugar cane prop will bo cut down onehalf byunueual frosts Rcv U A Logan of Wilmore II conducting a revival at Versailles Dr U M Skillman a prominent Lexington physician died suddenly of heart trouble Fire destroyed a cotton compress and 2100 bales of cotton ul Athens Ga The loss is 8155000- Tho National Elks Home for old and Indigent members of the order will bo located at Bedford Va Nathan tubble old ofj Murray made some fairly successful tests In wireless telephony on the Potomac river at Washington Gus Runlln and Peter Mahorfmot for a six round go at Philadelphia und In the latter part of tbo secondiround Ma- her was knocked out Frank Erne the light champion of tbo world was given the decision over Gus Gardner of Philadelphia In a six round bout before the Wabash JAthlcV to ClubFilipinos are resortlngito charmed shirts aanoloted with Anting Ant lug which Is believed by them to be a safeguard against bullets and die ease The Howling Green health board has Issued an order requiring all persocs who bavo not been vaccinated within three years to submit to vaccination within live days The uxamlnlng trial In New York o Florence Burns who was suspected of being cpnnccted with tbo mysterious death of Walter Brooks resulted In her dismissal Smallpox has broken out among the government prisoners In the Franklin county Jill There are 05 inmates Two ol them are afllictcd Berry Howard is one of the Inmates Mm Ellen Boone was arrested at llaysville on tho charge of complicity la the murder of her husband who IB believed to have died last August from the result of poisoning Tho L N railroad le said to have purchased the N C St L railroad stock formerly owned by Mr Roger ol the Rogers Locomotive Works amounting to nearly 11000000 Ralph Cook of Bur la eon of J8Cook was found unconscious In his room when called for breakfast and died a few houraJaior Ho was appar ently In excellent health when ho re tiredThe Louisville CommercIalJClub will endeavor to Interest all commercial organizations of the State In making a creditable Kentucky exhibit at tbo Louisiana Purchase Exposition In St Louis Dr Wiley of the Bureau of ChemU try of tbo agricultural department stated to the House commlttoojon commerce that apple skins and cores were snipped to Europe for the making of champagneFrank er of Brooklyn who died suddenly In Detroit bequeathed to his adopted daughter whom be took from the arm of her dead mother In a railroad wreck in New York an estate of 6000000 Tho appellate court reversed a Judg moot of the Mercec circuit court In tbo case of the C N O S T P Railway Co against Edward Cooks admlnlstra tor Cook was crushed to dath and his administrator secured Judgment for 13000 C M Schwab of New York and sev oral financial assoclatesorgaoued with a 99000000 capital bavo obtained con trol of the Canadian Copper Company of Cleveland the Orford Copper Company of New Jersey and of tho Nickel Company of Paris France The January term of the court of ape peals closed at noon Saturday 3GO cal es being disposed of Four of the Judg ee Paynter DuRcllc Whlto and Guf fey will go to their respective districts to prosecute their candidacy for re election The Senate Ibo bill for protecting tbo president It provides the death penalty for any ono who murders tho president or any ono upon Vrhom his otllce may devolve Imprisonment Is provided for those counseling or ad vising this crime Joseph Hopkins who was mortally wounded In a womans room at Chica go was known In tbo suburb as a churchman and charity giver Burg lar tools wero found In his homo and efforts are being made to connect him with the Chicago poetofllco robbery Editor Harry McCarty president of tho Kentucky Press Association has appointed the following members del egates to the National Prose Associa tlon convention at Hot Springs Ark In April J B Stears Jessamine Jour nal Nlcbolasvllle C M Lewis Senti nol Shelby vllle H E Woolfolk Advo SlgI VT tIR QUALITY QUANTITY VARIETY f rJl1 1 jlI iwhich are arriving daily We can all needs and tastesEIJi New fresh goods Ho back numbers f IT PAYS TO TRADE AT F Ift satisfiedE JPi = e r vv o f bt Douglas 300 And 35- 0Shoes ARE TIE BEST World New Styles CumminsMcClarys Modern Drug Dealing The elements enter into perfect drug soryico are we believe these Competency quality courteousness and fair profit policy en deavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there islogitimate need varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is We handle one grade onlythe highest yet our prices arc apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store Thos Rankin Itanfctn Ky Lanier Vice Pres Ky F M Rankin Sea Treas Rankin Ky D Ky i i In The at that a We of not StanfordI fall Creek Millsprings Oil Gas Co Incorporated I Capital Stock S25OOO Shares SIOa Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFIOERS President J B Millsprings J EadsGonl Mgr- Millspruge See Our territory is situated only a quarter of a mile from tba Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and in a lino between it and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south It Is on tbe river and pipe lino and consists of 3650 acres owned In fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid in developing territory For informa lion prop tus or stock address F M Rankin Secy DENTHHL OIL BUS mINING CO Of Lexington Kentucky I H N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich W II Clay VicePros Lexington A P Goodinp Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Sec Treas Our holdings consist of about 5000 acrosjin Wayne county Ky about one and one half miles tram the great Sunnybrook field about 6000 acres in Lincoln county Ky and GO acres In Licking Valley in Bith county close up to Ragland whore wo have two producing wells the average of tho territory in that locality We have started to drill in all throe counties and expect to strike oil In every well We arc still acquiring very valuable lands In addition to those already secured and lying in close proximity to the greatest developments in the state A limited amount of tho treasury stock will be sold at 3 a share par value of shares 810 each This stock will we confidently believe bo iclllntc for par in thirty days 4 r INTERIOR JOURNAL ITHE E C WALTON P WALTON lltllro d Oommlnloner for the Iwto the will of the dfmocrCY cardinal principles of Demos acy are an unfaltering belief tn the doctrines laid down In tho Declara- tIon of Independence devotion to the constitution strictly construed lobe equality of nil men before the law j equal opportunities for all in lobe battle of life no privilege to one clasa that it may prey on other classes no misuse t of the taxing power under the opera tlon of which the few may accumulate vast wealth at the cost of the many no J legislation that tends to concentrate the wealth and boundless resources of the country in the hands of a small number of proprietors a common bond of Interest and friendship between labor and capital the preserva r tion of the reserved rights of the states a vigorous and inflexible foreign policy r which while it commands the respeclo- of all other nations docs not seelc to t subjugate distant peoples deprive them of the same Inherent rights we demand rlorourselves nor form dangerous and entangling alliances with foreign and J especially European nations made only rforconquest and spoliation continental in the opportuneness of tjrao agd the exigency of occasion butt no subject provinces no form of govern r ment anywhere under the flag save the simple republican forms of the consti r tution Breathes there a Democrat of any kind or persuasion who cannot en adorgo these principles In every word and syllable TUB river and harbor bill calrylnl- I waWI9 passed f by the Bouse without even the formal s ity of a roll nail and when a New York Congressman attempted to secure a record vote ho was met with jeers and gibes Only three members seconded j the demand for the aye and nay vote showing how the average Congressman Is out for the stuff and for the old flag and an appropriation every time A great deal of the money will be ex pended in vain and useless attempts to make some creeks navigable but ll will bring money Into the districts and make votes for the members who do not care for money If it comes out of the United States treasury to their- shame be it said THERE are no signs of falling off In missionary zeal In the latest annual statistics furnished by Rev Leonard The receipts for general work are put- at 810174060 Of ordained mission aries there are numbered 5074 lay workers 3332 wives 6742 unmarried woman 3414 total missionaries 17047 t ordained natives 4100 total native helpers 78005 stations and ouutatlone d where regular preaching Is maintained 27157 communicants 1326522 added last year 85155 schools 23442 schol ars 1089237 Of the missionaries 4 304 are from America and 13000 from Europe and the rest of the world while American societies report 397340 of the f whole number of communicants THE Crumpacker bloqdyshlrt resolu tion about southern elections and elec Lion laws has no other effect than to stir up the cold ashes of sectional ani mosity and make the solid south more solid As a campaign document It will 03 worth many thousand votes for the democratic party CENSUS figures show that Kentucky leads the other States in the number of geese Reference Is had to the fowl but the way the people of the otate took to Investment companies shows fjat Kentuckys lead in human geese is larger than In the other kind TilE Lexington Morning Democrat appeared with a new bead Sunday morning which is more in keeping with the size of tho paper The other was too large and too flowery and ware sure that Its patrons will agree that the one now adorning tho front page is appropriate and becoming TIlE Barrodsburg Democrat has just rounded out Its 20th year The good paper it Is should live on until time ceases to be Brer Lewis and Mr Izard Grimes are making a model weekly pa I per of it and we hope they are making j money as well TUB Spanish war revenue taxes tha- is with lew exceptions have at last been repealed the Senate having pass ed the Bouse bill to do so without dl vision They ought to have been knock ed out a year ago If we are to have no tariff reduction TilE author of that stirring senti mental ballad Ben Bolt so popular many years ago and revived by Tril by Dr Thomas D English Is dying at Newark N J but tho sweet old sung will live as long as music bath its charms IT Is sent out from Washington with tiresome regularity that the Philippine war Is over but the fact that the army appropriation bill carries with It 800 501 94 seems to belle the statement TUB Danville News 12page trade edition was a crackerjack i POLITICAL Joseph H Manleyqt Maine declines the job of 1st assistant postmaster gen eralThe Bouse passed tho river and bar bor bill carrying an appropriation of 60083207 The Indications In Washington are that the administration baa lust Its tight for tariff concessions to Cuba Attorney Upton Muir and Judge Thomas R Gordon are strongly tipped as the pew Louisville circuit judges Speaker Benderson and his lIeuten- anti will try to persuade Representa tive Crumpacker to withdraw hi Force Bill resolution Bon James B Sallco died after u brief Illness at Moysvlllo Be was for 12 years commonwealths attorney In the 19lh judicial district The Bouse Committee on Naval At fairs adopted a report recommending the definite ending of the Schlov con troversy and postponing consideration of any bills on the subject W L Bunt of Compton will be the republican candidate for circuit judge against bis democratic eon inlaw D B Redwine the present Incumbent In the next race Its dollars to dough nuts that Redwine wins Attorney General Knox In a decision rendered upon tho request of the Sec retary of the Interior holds that the public lands In Porto Rico formerly be longed to Spain and by virtue of the treaty of Paris now belong to the United States The Indictments against C E Sapp Leonard Parsons and Joe Potonlng of Louisville by the Federal grand jury were made public There are three bills two against the tbree jointly and one against Potonlng They charge the levying of political assessments on government employes Gov Beokham signed a number of bills among them being the Invest ment company bill which was passed during the closing hours of the iLeglt lature Be did not sign the antidock tog bill which Is the only one of Im portance which he has vetoed this year In defense of his refusal to sign the bill he said that while recognli Ing the barbarity of the practice ll had resolved Itself down to a matter of sentiment and business And that he thought It best to choose the business end to support NEWS NOTES A cyclone did great damage in James county Teen Deaths from plague in Lahore India now number 2000 dally Sixteen cases and 15 deaths Is a two lays record at Manila Prof Charles W Keraper of the Uni versity of Virginia la dead In Clinton county Isaac Drown was fatally shot by Solon Burchett An Inmate of the Boston almshouse fell heir to a fortune of 100000 Cambridge won the great boat race from Oxford by eight boat lengths Al Bowling Green Mllburn Simmons idol and perhaps fatally wounded Chas StarksThe Indiana State G A R encamp meat will be held al Indianapolis May 13 and 1- 4Three of the largest Trust Companies St Louis have consolidated with work- Ing capital of 17000000 In a general fight at a blind tiger la Magoffin county Willie Reed aged 25 years was shot and killed Citizens at Owenton put to flight an armed mob that attempted to take Wm Field a negro prisoner from jail George L Kempf a barber In Wash ington Ind attacked his wile with a hair and she shot and killed him The postoffices at Berea and Trap plst and at Tullahoma Tenn will become international money order oUIces The Budgets Committee of the French Chamber of Deputies adopted a credit of only 60000 francs for the Si Louis Exposition State Senator B S Buntsman has gone to Arkansas to Incorporate an oil company with 900000 capital to oper ate In Allen county Ky G W Pritchett and John Belew en gaged in a street duel at Corydon Pritchett was killed and Belew re celved probably fatal wounds Ed McKim a prominent and wealthy young man of Burlington Is Insane Bo was a United States gauger Bill illness was caused by the grip In the case of Majj Waller who killed 11 Filipino prisoners the defense claims the marine officers action was necessary lawful and justifiable Alarming increase of disease among the soldiers in the Philippines and oth er tropical stations has moved the war department to Issue stringent orders Gov Bcokbam vetoed the bill author izing ex Sheriff Butler of Allen coun ly to sue tho State for tax money of which ho was robbed during the war City Judge Stlrman of Owensboro has dismissed the prosecution against bucket shops to that city holding that it their business is Illegal the council bad no right to license them The Southern and Northern branches of the Methodist Episcopal Church are the federation of their missionary work The hymnolo gy revision will be conducted jointly Letters from Speaker Henderson and Senator Frye flatly contradict an alleg ed statement of Lieut Gov James U Tlllman as to his ruling on a parlia mentary question in the South Carolina State Senate S Oi i eJS e We never cx agerate in price or ity t CI H Shoe Department By a lucky stroke we wero able to buy of tho largest firm in Cincinnati d making ladies custom jumlo shoos n t largo line of Ladies Shoes and Ox fords in Vici Patent Calf nnd Patent Hfil Vici at fifty cents on the dollar il Theo are all now bright goods with makers name turd brulll on oto- qa s pair 1o pro going to sail these out in n very short limo ut prices that will surprise you and remember they are the finest lino nindo anywhere lV 5 Ladies Viet Patent Loather now heel and too300kid now V nmltoo248Ladies Patent Leathers V4t beauties225300 Ladies kid shoes fi a bargain nt1 8- i 37K Oxfords in Putout Vici the fiI00 s S325 Oxford in Dongola strap 220 Vi very SiVT 275 Oxfords in mannish lost heavy solo 100 jfcV5 250 Oxfords in Dongola kid good for the price 175 il i Ii Ii Ii e Ii I Ii I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC broke mules for sale J BOw lev StanfordIS B Shanks bought of Mr Smith a horse for e60 Fort SALE 26 extra nice butcher cattle GA Swlnebroad Bubble 3t W R Cook sold to William Bourne at Lancaster a horse mule for 650 Foit SALETwo fresh cows L L Doty Stanford R B Wllkerson bought of J T Bra bry a 260 pound hog at 6lo Laaarus it Co bought 16 mules hero at 180 to 1126GlaloW Times Etna Newby of Madison void to- G B Fox a mule at Lancaster for 6190 Squire Myers sold to B G Pox at Lancaster yesterday a mule for SUi 50 Robert Burneldo sold to B G Fox at Lancaster yesterday a gelding for 100FOnSALE Pure bred Brown Log horn Mrs K B Swlnebroad Bubble3tMi J Farrls of Danville bought 101 steers lb0 pound average at Lancaster yesterday J R d E B Beasley sold to Joe Jordan of Atlanta two harness geld- Ings and a road mare for 1400 F Reid sold to a Nashville party bis fine three yesr oldtallion by Chester Dare for e500- Richard Moore of Danville sold to JL Wiggins of Wilson N C a bay gelding for 3110 J F Adams of Lancaster sold to J L Wiggins of Wilson N U a pair of harness geldings for 6350 F L Thompson of Mt Vernon sold to Joe Jordan of Atlanta a sixyear old gray mare for 8100 Sam Bryant of Louisville sold hit good race gelding Conumdrum to Enoch Wlsbard for 12500 Ten good work mules 4 to 8 years od for sale C T Bohon Buston vllle KytfG S GrlQln bought of W ry his farm on Renfro Creek of 170 acres for 12600Mt Vernon Signal JL Wiggins of Wilson N C bought a car load of horses In Boyle county last week at an average of 1151 FOR SALE 100 sheep 100 lambs 100 bushels of Bert oats and 50 bushels nice millet seed J W Baughman Stanford Ky FOR SALE Pair wellbroke 4 year old mules Hi hands high one fioofeg stored Jersey cow good mllcher for sale Mark HardinnLancaster dealers report the largest crop of hemp raised In Garrard for years Garrard cjouctys yield Is cell mated at 2500000- G A Swlnebroad sold to John W Bollard of Madison a lot of butcher stuff at 3 to 3ic and bought a lot of yearling cattle at 3c The great brood mare llllsee sister to Monitor winner of 42 races and 602 100 and owned by Dr J W Neet of Versailles died of acute pneumonia ut Rind erg raton Stud J C Bays of Crab Orchard sold to J W Smith of Richmond 25 cattle at 4c at Lancaster yesterday Bo also sold M J Harris seven at 320 a cow to D N Prewltt for 126 Ball Bro of Versailles bought of Allle Jones of North Mlddletown the noted prize winning saddle stallion Montgomery Chief a eon of Bourbon Chief he by Barrlson Chief for 15000 Ho was unbeaten in tho show ring as a twoyearold and a sweepstake winner at Ha la live years old 5 I I i a e II ran 6a 6r Dress Goods Dept 30inch cashmeres nnd whipcords all colors worth 20c our trice 12 l2o per yard 80in silk and wool fancy suiting worth 76c for 39o yard 80in Venetian cloth spouted and shrunk all colors worth lOc yard our c lOin blue serge worth 05c our price HOc 44 iu Pi role cloth black and colors 1 Sl for O9o yare1 Ttlll black figuralIncquurds worth GOc our price jOe yard IGin black pebble cloth worth 135 our price 70o yard 54in Vonollnnl satin broadcloth nil colors worth 8136 our prier 89o yard LGiu Wale finished worsteds in all shades worth 150 at 81 Hosiery Department 100 dozen childrens Lisle finish hose double knee nnd double heel and toe sizes b to 10 worth 20o to introduce will sell at lOu pair No more than six pair to one purchaser Childrens roe now hosiery sizes 5 to 7 12 for 12c Childrens iSo white hose now stylish sizes 5 to 8 12 for Do Fine line of ladies black and fancy hQ1C from 10 to 60c Moils halfhts black and fancy front 10 to 50o Shirt Waists Complete new line of Ladies Shirt Waists for spring anti sum mer wear Hero are n few special items New CJilxon India linen white waists worth 150 nt 100 Fancy gingham waists tulidcolors worth 125 nt 8ic Plain white India linen waists very pretty worth 100 nt title i i 0 ji 1dt ae S s According to the census figure on poultry Keoiuaky leads In the number of geese while Iowa Is first tn chickens and Texas first in turkeys Al West Liberty Iowa W P McbJ ole and G L Cochran sold iM Shorthorns at an averse of 217v At the same place C S Barclay ft Son sold Stay an average of fJ1 42 A Eo Hundley sold to Dr Harrlr If Orlando Fla an extra floe bay team for 1000 and bought from Smith Gen ty of Lexlngtoa one good road mart for 260 Advocate About 1600 Ottilia were on the mar ken at Mt SMrllog eoart The quality was oommOD Trade good and buyers ready to take everything offered at good prices BOO to 1000pound steers sold at H to ado yearUlCs at It to 41 heifers In good demand at from 360 to 1410 cows at 3 to 3tc old oows and rough oxen at from 1 + to So LANCASTER COCUT There were 400 cattle on the market at J F Adams pent at Lancaster y tenav mOlt of them being sold Butcher stuff brought 3 HO heifers n toa 00 steers 4 to 4ic cows and calve 6006 to no Mules ranged from 166 to 1130 rood borers sold from 50 to 1160 plug horses went from IO to IJ6 Small crowd In town and business dull At executors of Wm Stleall deod we will April 2 1902 at 10 oclock sell following pertooal property Four Jltcks 3 to 0 years old 14 to 15 hands lgb7 mule coins 5 mares 2 horses pair work mules bull and some cows50 or 76 bushels wheat lot of loose hay bees and extra hives farming Implements Terms made known on day of sale T D English auctioneer W W Green and Mrs Malinda Stl all executors4t There have been times when the wild beasts have been more mercifulthan human beings and spared the wccnan cast to them in the arena It is astonishing how little sympathy women have for women In the home the mistress sees the maid with the signs of suffering she recognizes so well but she does not lighten the sick girls load by a touch of her finger In the store the forewoman sees the pallor and exhaustion which mark womanly weakness but allows quitDoctormakes weak women strong and sick womanlydiseasesand sap the strengthn Favorite Pro scription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness When I brat commrncwl tutor Dr Plerere medklueeM writes stn Georfle A Strong of OBnsevoort Saratoga Co J wss stiller 1111Lairingdowuthe time I dogged around In that war for two then I twgan taking your moUdH After taVlng the first I began to fact better 1 took four bolls of Dr Pierre Pnwr rte Prescription two of Golden Medical Dis covery one of the Pleasant Pellet ao RemedyNowyourmedicinetI Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women J i r I IP aeS is I Lincoln Coun tS Greatest Bargain Cen if1 ter ii1o 0 Notion Department it AVo sate you money oven on small things To begin with we poll you tupor of good pica for lo Paper of links pins fur Ic S Card of pntont hooks and oyoe 3c Card eoininon hooks and COb Sc Box of lOo hair plus for lie Dozen washed lenrl buttons nil sizes for Go radios lOo linndkorchiof ftir 5c A be webbing for Ic ynrti AlOe wobbing for 80 yard A good hair loons sex for lie A 2Cc pair cu pouilcrH for IOc t A 36c pair ausponders for 25c 4ladies Ific collar for Do 7 Now fiOo silk gloves nil colors 26o Lapses vest lie iinlity fur 4o lOo tonofl for To ISo ones for lOo A ladies S12li saloon underskirt H for SOc Two spools of good throw for 5o t 4 I Pair of Indies black hose for Bo fair childrens hosO for fie A SOc hulios pureo for Sfie A 2fic mens pureo for ISc Dozen white lawn string ties Oc t A good largo hivcl for tic A nno wide lace for lie yard A good India Linen for fir yntd l A nice brooch worth 36c fur lbe e i s e Surprise Special Sale No5 t The llsclset Store will lull you tin worth of Roods for f6 Below la a lit which shows you what IS will do hero Uood for 10 Ujt ieynr4a IICowoes tee IiIlyard0UagclWlwotth Me oI1 pall Lftdtea fltoea worth ells IS 1 Ladlta lintwoeth Me lie 11teas Salt any tin worth ftM fes1 imlr 11eaa Bboes worth ft ts titI laI1oUIl Tfc lit 1ManiShirt worth MX tow 1 Tie worth Jk e All three llcim wirt 111 mi go fre1 od RACKET STOREITHE 4 Reliable Goods at iiLow Prices ii W H MUELLER i- J THE JEWELER 30 years experience at the bench 5 Te W B I McROBERTSDRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY I ofli44BSOLUTaY PURE ea wawsas t BAKINO a POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome am t na rowocx eo atx yoga f f CLOSING OUTIj I have decided to quit tho goods business have advertised my store for sale The ntHlIors of this paper know the kind and wuitingfor I I have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE S u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rSTANFORD KY HAIL 25 1002 In filling your prescriptions wo use 1 tho right medlclnoB In tbo exact Lions and with proper caro Wo could not do better If yon paid us doublo tbo price which IB always reasonable Pen nye Drug Storo I l PERSONALS Mug OKO D COOPER Is tome bettor h II DRAZLEY Is In Lebanon on bus Inesf Mess Dl1Ssli DAWSON Is visiting In Doric CaveFkilts ANNIE BNor IAN la visiting n Danville llEV R B MAIIONY spent several Jays In Louisville MRS WM MORHLAND returned to Lexington Friday QAiuiULt OUBNS II confined to his room with throat trouble Miss JENNie WARRBN la vleltlng Mri Wm Warren In Boyle HOIIBHT POHTKK JR le attending Lexington Buslncta College Eu DOTY of Lancaster spent aoveral days with his brother L L Doty J E NEVIt8 of Lexington was hero Sunday to sec his bomotolka MRS A E GIIIIIONB of Danville h was with her slater Mrs G A Peyton JHSSB LYNN of Danvlllo was ming ling with Stanford friends yesterday MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard was visiting Mrs M T LongAdvo cate HuiTOii K A ALURIOUT of Mt Ver noo was hero between trains yester day IlAYMONU GBIKBL of the Bait End hat gone to California on a prospecting trip WILLIAM Mnnnumi and family are removing to Btnnford Somoriet Heo ptibUtanMIBS AUHBLIA PARSONS of tho 1 Matt Nod Is with her sister Mrs J B Monthon MM Ousels PHILLIPS and little ton of Danville are with Mrs J S pwileorJr MRS MO WiHrNHY has returned from a protraetea visit to bar parents et Glafco MIN Kl WlLKBRSON and ihlWre- r have returned from a visit to her par BDta In Casey MR JAMH6 PllYB went up to ICnox Friday to sea about the IluUblna Oil tGee Cos IoKeil MISBHB KuttAiiOTii BnoKAnia Day ten nod Carrie Coffay of MoKinfiey wire here yesterday MK n O PKNNINOTON of Stanford ll speeding a few daya In tho oily Lexington Democrat MRS ANNA D VANYRSDALL la at home after quite a long visit to Stan ford Harrodaburs Democrat MR WM WlLiCRflflON and Mra Liz lie Armstrong of Montgomery Ala t have been tbo guotla of their relative Mr John Allen MRS SAM UBI Uooicrit who baa been visiting her sister Ire M O William left Saturday to join her hue band at OkUhoma City Misses ALICE NORA AND JULIA BALL and Mr Clarence Coleman came up from Mlddleburg to the old flddlore contest Mr Coleman It our excellent Mlddleburg correspondent Tc Dit AND MRS LEE P HUMAN left for Boaton over the C It O In response t to a dispatch that their daughter Miss Anne Cook Huffman who Is attending school there Is very 111 Lexingtoni Democrats LOCALS NEW stationery of latest style Just received at Craig ft Hookers RBMBMIIBR Mrs Oleo Browns millinery opening Thursday WILL sell millet T a6Afro per 100 pounds for a few weeks to reduce atock J II Baughman eCo LADIES cordially Invited to atten I sprlDK1Marcb 1onSaturday March 20 to buy and ship horses and mules Must bo In good Ox Joe U Jordan BRYANT Tho 1 can Mr Dryi t ant of the Highland section died Saturday night of scarlet fever and was c rburled Sunday afternoon at that place To TileLADIES Iillhave ray mil t I llnory opening next Thursday 27lband you aro cordially Invited to call and seo my stock hire Garland Singleton In of postofllce 1rear B C Rice aged GG died at lton yesterday of heart disease had been sick several months His 4 remains will arrlvo on the noon train and will be Interred In Buffalo Sprlnga Cemetery alter services by the Ma I 1hicaupFEYbiro bone Launnxlu wife 01 James M McGuffoy aged 36 died last week near Highland consumption n She had been sick a long time SheI was a good Christian woman Tbo funeral services were conducted by Rev Mr Thompson after which the re mains were laid away at Highland r Methodist church burying ground 4 1w LANDHETHS garden seeds at W B McRoborta HEADQUARTERS Buffalo Oil Co In INTERIOR JOURNAL building POLISH your furniture with tho bolt preparation Withers Furniture Co I FARMERS Stock what coal you need plowlnlfJFoil rent or sale tbo house vacated by E O Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this olllco COTTAOE of live rooms on West Main Street for sale Good sized lot and sta ble Jacob Glnsburg at Itackot Store TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co have some choice farpis to sell or rent Wrlto or call on L R Uughoi this building TilE ladles of the Mlddleburg Chris flan church will give an Ice cream and box supper at tho Normal College there on the evening oftbo 28th to which an admission of 25 cents will be cbBCgLdVANTEISO horses and mules fa and ready I will bo at Doll k Gib oneys livery stable Liberty Thura day March 27lb and at Alforda livery table Uustonylllc Friday March 28 Joo Jordan MRS KINO and Miss Uleglns have fast returned from the titles with a full line of the latest styles In both milli nary and dress making Will have their opening Friday 28tn at Crab Orchard and cordially Invite tho bub lie TUB Shelby vlllo city council adopted anolDuallyprovided the city appropriated alum dent amount for Its malnonanco and furnished a suitable site Why cant Stanford do the same thing l If you will call at my plaeo Thurs day or Friday March 27 and 38 yot can have your measure taken by an ox perienced cutter who takes all th short measures used by a looal tailor and I will give you a perfect fit or It will cot you nothing Jesse D Wear on nTILE women of the Stanford Mil alonary Soojety auxiliary to the Christian Womans Board of Missions will conduct a prayer service beginning Tuesday afternoon 28th and closing Saturday Stub In the lecture room o the Christian church Miss Adelaide Gall Frost missionary to India will speak Saturday afternoon at 2 oolook and on Sunday evening at 730- ILHtT10NMessrs W B OBan non W G Welch W N Craig G L Penny and M C Williams trustees of the Graded School have called an elec tion for Saturday April fith between the hours of t A M and 4 P M to vote on tho proposition to Issue bonds not to exceed 115000 for a suitable Graded School Building Ratmarks later TURNED WATER ON Plumbers re pairing the ja at Danvlllo left tbo pipes open and during their absence some one turned the steam and hot water on The prisoners wore treated to an extemporaneous Turkish bath an the cells were flooded with Nate Their yell attracted Jailer Fitzgerald who went to their rescue Considera ble damage wee done In tbo building waverBINaiIAstTbYoung So ciety ot the Presbyterian church have arranged to have Ralph BIngbatc appear at Waltons Opera Houae Tuesday April lei It will bo remembered Mr Bingham visited Stanford last Fall am by his wit humor and pathos onto calmed a largo audience His humor Infectious and as a violinist lithe of tiddlers are simply not In It Don fall to go and spend one of the mottle evenings of your life odo come laws Authorizing county fiscal courts to buy and furnish tools used on dirt sod gravel roads Making It a leI ony to abduct for ransom Providing that persons shall not be tent to tbo Houses of Reform at Lexington except they be charged with a felony or else there bo some other reason which Is Included In tho provisions of this law To repeal Sec 2025 Article 1 Chapter 01 of tbo Kentucky Statutes Mr North and Mr Klalr of Lexington tied for third place In offering hills that be came laws AT the old fiddlers contest at Wal tons Opera House Friday night Mr Larkin Hicks of Urodhoad won tbo first prize Armp Dawson second Wm Cooley third Alex Martin fourtbSam Bishop firth and flea P Martin sixth Messrs M F Elkin Leo H Stone and Hoadloy Sampson worn tbo judges and Mr Elkin delivered the prizes In a neat speech Attorney Geo B Saufley was chairman of the contest During tho evening Misses Polly Traylor and Annie Steele Cook recited In a most creditable manner and Miss Bar Jean Penny rendered very beautifully a violin solo from Robin Hood with h mother Mrs Coo L Penny as accom pence Tbo least said about the el of the crowd tho batter ViCKs garden seed seed potatoes and field seed at John Bright Jr d COII TilE franchise to establish maintain and operate a telephone system In the city of Stanford was bought by James Mershon Saturday for 852 ACQUITTED The trial of Harry Bishop for killing James B Davie at Somerste last fall resulted In an ac quittal The defense In the case was the right of a man to avenge himself upon a rival In tho affections of his flwifeREMEMBER tba1willopen my Spring and Summer woolens for mens I wear Thursday and Friday 27th and 28tb when an experienced cutter will be with me to take your measure and will certainly fit you Jesse D Wear CO MIDDLEBURG- Rev J B Farrell preached at tho Baptist church Sunday and Sunday nIght The now store room of O L Pruitt la going and will bo ready for dapstHenry McAnlnch loft or Illinois last week Jason Wesley attended the Ma sonic lectures at Liberty last week The ladles of tbo Christian burch will give a box supper at the College Friday evening the proceeds to go towards some necessary Improvements Married on the 20th John bender son and Miss Lena Lyons and John Ltnbam and Miss Fannie Roy Rev uardln Novell officiated Henderson I s a veteran of tbo SpanishAmerican and Philippine wars having gone to the Philippines with the First Tennes see and on the departure of that regl mont forborne he enlisted In the 37th InfantryMr Spears whoso serious Ill ness was reported In our last died at his home on Knob Lick early Thurs day morning after a lingering lllnet if stomach trouble Deceased was a twiu housett AltoeO at Christian church Friday by Eld J Q Montgomery the remains were laid to rant In Green river cemetery Deceas ed was In bla 69tb year MATRIMONIAL Edgar Dunn who eloped with hIse Nannie Lowe leaving bohlnd a wife Inf He Is In lall charged with bigamy In a bead end collision between two freights on the PItt bur Youngstown and Ashtabula road In Ohio tout men were klllid Very ancient gold diggings bavo been found beside the Red Sea IN KENTUCKY Newspapers aro tbo cleanest In Kentucky Their editors the meanest In Kentucky They steal each others thunder Give no credit and no wonder Cause theyre sure to make blunder r In Kentucky stealingrTheyve no conscientious feeling In Kentucky byRob exchanges they dont edit Without giving any credit And often double lead It In Kentucky Its mean to be thus treated In Kentucky Its mean to be thus cheated Kentuckyr attentiondKentuckyst In Harrodsburg Democrat Old Fiddlers Contest at Brodhead March 29th Prizes amounting to nIt Contestant Bro as follows Jesso Trooper and I Storms London Alec Martin B P Martin and Sam ISIshop Turners vllle A Dawson Mt Xcnta Joo Luna ford Fountain Tyroo II G Howard I S Itardett Burdett Chestnut Larkin and Robert Hicks The Mt Vernon Band will also be present and furnish some nice music from 0 to 7 oclock then tbo old fiddlers will hold tomb Everybody In vlted TYREE A ALBRIGHT Confederate Veterans Dallas Texas April 2225 Through stooping con to Shreveport aro attached to Queen S Cretcent Route vestl lpeolatthrouhChattanooga during the Reunion and fromKentuckyveterans Indicate their Intention ot going to Dulls Tuta Is the only lIno that takes you past Lookout Mountain tho buttloSoldi at otlNew Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga paintsteTntrtyone hour schedules Junction Olty to exorname for free maps and Illustrated pam andzCcarson Gen i Passenger Agt Cincinnati O CHURCH MATTERS Dean Baker P Lee of Christ Eplico pal cburcb Lexington has dcclloed the call of the vestry of Grace Episco pal cburcb Chicago The Board of Bishops of the Metto diet Episcopal church holds that expulsion from that church carries with It expulsion from the Epwortb League Brother Joachim a monk at Goth Bomanl was commissioned a notary public and la probably the only monk In the United States holding civil of ee Rev n Lin Cave former president of Kentucky University who bee been pastor of the Christian church at Inde pendence Mo for the poet two years tendered his resignation to that church to receive a call In Georgia E J atonetime one of the wealthiest men In Alabama killed a Negro woman and committed suicide at Montgomery sA GOOD THING prescrlptlon man pbyMclan and is acknowledged to be ono of the most fortunate discoveries COUjhllColdsest nature removing as It does the cause of the affection and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It Is not an experimental medicine but has stood the test of years giving satisfaction in every case which Its rapidly increasing tale overT season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boscheo German StatesInand village in the civilized world Three couJ1JIrlcenscat Pennys Drug Store You Should Step In Mn Clco Browns Millinery Parlor and see her beautiful line of SPRING HATSOpening will take place on Thurs day March 27th A M BOURNELancaster Ky Offers bis services as 4r Bauotoineer to tho people of Lincoln County He will pleofeyou both In work and price Write to hi- mNOTICE I will pay 10 cent a pound In goods for priceforW l ItUADdHAW Turnertvllle FIRE INSURANCE I My rate of Insurance against fire and I lightning on farm dwellings for three years I payable annually are an follows on each flW Iblrie roof 85 Cents frame metal roof TOe brick shingle toOt Too brick metal root Me W A Trlbble Agt APPLE TREES Five dollars per hundred closing I Caseycounty Clifton Farm Stallions Pleasant Hill Ky Cecil Palmer No 933 by1eavlge1003 at fSO to Insure Absolutely limited to0 outside mate Merwln No 1306 son ot Highland Denmark No TOO and champIonWlllroakesure Absolutely limited to 30 outalde mares 100 pn week charged for mares on grass Write for tabulated pedigrees and full In formation to- CLIFTON FARM Pleasant 11111 Ky PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid buy black points lea hands hlghflnc style Sired by Washington SI Washington 94 was sired by Comwcll he by Washington Denmark he by Oalncs FIrsttlit by Rhoderlck 104 id dam by Denmark Belle the dam of Proton was a noted show mare It Is needless to commend him as ho Is one of the finest show horses In ontuckylllswlteorowmingtolhofrontd tho 81000 Saddlo Stake at Richmond and many more rich ones Proston will servo mares at SlO to Insure llvlug colt Will keep mares on grass at Si a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky bamftlll Deal s to customer u onuntrr We quote thesame offer you an usortment to we give brotdMtrti r nt to na and we wlU pay rtUbt furtnelr high J10 COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS CO 2 earrUgffand 1DontProfitsforwbichflwrlbo tiHlariInJUrJlrIe11UOCOlumDuO PO nor rrz Nth PO Box ti4ncU JO Riiwl atrip fBUiiiucnt froOIDrt Write to rnrei office llamtu lnUO QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying Plow and Wagon Harness Smooth Barbed Wire Manure Forks Diggers Shovels Clover and Timothy Seed Stoves Ranges Hardware Groceries Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every week Bringus your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera Hquse Block JQfVieks Garden Seeds are tho best on the market Good Headwear You must have if you are well dressed A fine suit of clothes and patent leather shoes have no effect if you wearing an oldstyle hat ear Ca SkoG1c s owtplete full of the very newest and best things of the season Stetson goods In five styles all S3 60 C M Ileldin goods 3300 Swan brand for 12 60 The late curl brim from 8160 to 250 An endless variety of beautiful little follows end girls and boys caps H J McROBERTS Quality is never sacrificed price in Zeigler Bros Fine Shoes Ladies who want shoes that look well feel Avefl and wear well should not bo satisfied with anything short of Zeiglers Shoes and Slippers See the one etrap two strop and threestrap Slippers Southern Tics Oxfords Coloniul Tiesfor ladies and children I New Dry Goods Notions and Ladies Ready to Vcnr Goods coming in every day Come in and ECO them Severance Sons New Store LINCOLN ICAPITALI Directors J n Paxton J n OWlley S H Shanks W O Walker Geo W Garter grade y THE a to Successors to The Farmers Rank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyLfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial I Officers 8 11 SHANKS President J n OWSLEY Cashier W M ItUIGlIT Asst Cashier IPrescriptions with us We do the rest BestMaterialmarjshlp I CRAIG MOCKER A r4 LL THE INTMOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford ass fcondciarr natter pgblSOhriTUalgpwaxsdFslda4 AT 1 PERYEAR CASH ffWnen not tonaldfflSOO will beeharged R Aa JONESDENTIST Stanford Kyr omceover IIISltina h McKtnaoys Store Telephone No 48 i McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop Momnnayo Xyo Makeand keep conBtnntly on band the best ot Flour Meal Shlpstutf nran Chick en Feed Sc Prices very reasonable Cus tom grinding a apeclalty 11 V Kennedy Miller For Rent Two house In the Eat End stout 2H miles from Crab Orchard Ono house has three rooms and the other five Good out buildings never falling water and 230 acres In both tracts SAM COOHRAN Walnut Ridge K BROWN 8 BROW- NAttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic BUg SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collection made and promptly remitted Q i L COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this t winter and continue In the coal business i I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron age I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky H C1 RUPLEYI The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call EFtDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BPICK1And Lime CemIentoo Write PorTrlces = oeI MONUMENTSPUKE7INO OWhite Bronze Is to stone In the monument business what the Improved drophead mow log maculae u to the old hand or the car la to the old stage coach It Is tbe advanced thought of the age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the records and beautifulwithotlour once It Is very silver ap pearance Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter AglO- RAll ORCHARD KY J+ G+ McGbMY JTBTDBBTAKBBEMKAXMER And Dealer In HAENBSS SADDLERY fisO Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist ot Louisville will be at St AsapU HotelStanford Monday and May Aril 74 Now Is the time Dont neglect your best friend your eyes Eyea examined and neglectOffice hour 9 a m to S p m WeathoLimes troltdwith Eureka liar ntii Oil II re ctmPjkccpuhe No rough tar face to char tIbtI keepslookiagehke wear twke- astoagbythe UseaSEurekaamen Soldt Standard 011- Company 4 t l yw t 11 Ns jh FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and tor tale at all tIme W Logan Wood Manager A s PRICE SurgeonDentist 1 j Stanford Ky OffietoTrr McBoberta Drug Store In the Owiley Reading J H BOONS CO Proprietors Liyery Feed And Sale Stable Bruce Old Stand Depot St STflHFOflfi KY New and StylUU Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel lug Wen Phone No 98 BEAZLEY HAYSI- INDEBTATBS ALSO DXALKU IK Furniture Mnttln RSRugi And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BUSKE tS3N Prors JUNCTION CITY KY WritClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale raintinelRepairing I am prepared to paint and your buggv carrlagn or wagon In ftrstclaSlltylo Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed Yon can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OREER Stanford Ky KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 24 Train going North It M a m No 26 230am- No 25 II II South 12M a m No 23 u s n 11 tM p m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 tare Stanford it lMam No SsrrlTfsatStinlord l15mNo 21 ltar Stanford at 230 p m Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster j Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everrhlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 CourierJournal The TwlceaWeek CourierJournal Is the best paper published In the United States for Democrats and for all readers It Is the equal ot many dallies and the superior of all other semiweeklies or weeklies HENRY WATTEKSON Editor The Wednesday Issue Is devoted to newt matters tho Saturday Issue to the home By1 a special arrangement you can the INTERIOR JOURNflU and the Semi Weekig CourierJournal both for one year for SI5O onlyI This Is for cash subscribers only i JUST ONE BOYS Writ 0iA Pocket Exploration Tint nail tbe IaaseiiRor Ilrcntlilmn and Prose linilnonttr SntUfnctnrr to the lei ililctit YatniKitcr When this small boyon tlio Nlntl street car wont Into his clothing aCtor his car fare tlio other passengers be trayetl little or no Interest In him Ue was nn ordinary snub nosed freckle need boy of nine or ten mid It seemed pretty sate to assume thnt he had the nickel ucccssary for a rldo or bo wouM not have swung aboard and so thi passengers paid little or no attention U him The men ns usual occupied themselves In pretending that the werent looking at nil at tho good look- Ing women III the opposite scats nuil the women also as usuaf endeavored to convoy Limo Impression that the dldntknow there was such a creature as a man within a hundred miles ot them Hut when title small boy began tc Lava his troubles all hands got to look- Ing him over Everybody It would ap pear likes to seo a small boy In trouble anyhowThe plowed around In the lining of the right hand pocket of his shabby little overcoat screwing himself Into many possible attitudes as he stood anti wriggled In tho aisle and finally after terrific exertion ho brought forth a penny halt burled In a lot of woolly stuff from the coat Then be turned his attention to the lining of the left blind pocket of his overcoat After al most superhuman difficulties In the process of which It looked as It the boy might get himself wrapped around nn Invisible axis several times In such n manner that he could never get right again ho produced another penny also plentifully wadded In woolen lint belonging to the overcoat A couple of elderly men who were reading papers sldo by side at tho end of tho car began to get nervous They pushed back their spectacles and stud led the boys movements anxiously Fare there sonI said tho conductor Tho boy gazed reproachfully at tho conductor stuck tho two found pennies In his mouth and continued his weird exertions to assemble his fare Ho unbuttoned his overcoat by the slroplo procoss of giving It n yank from bottom to top and then ho dug Into tbo right hand pocket of his Jacket That pocket too seemed to bo lining less and tho boy had to gropo through It like a cat clawing for tho exit of a bag At length bo got to tbo end of It and an expression of acute relief crops cd his freckled features The hand wet wedged In so tightly that ho had about as much trouble In getting It out as be bad had In getting It In but It clutched another cent when It finally mode Its appearance This went Into his mouth to join tho other two At this point tho two elderly men coughed violently and scowled at tho boy as if to say that they wished tho Infernal business wero done with but the othurs who Were watching the boys moves looked sym patheticThe next began a laborious ex ploration of his right maul Knicker bocker pocket from which ho produced and bestowed in his overcoat pocket many articles peculiar to bO8 marbles n piece of wax a rusty look Ing knife two or three printed collu told buttons and so on and at the very bottom of this salvage was yet another penny All tho other passen gers except the two elderly nun breathed sighs of relief but they want ed to read their papers and yet they couldnt while this boy was engaged In his eventful search with the chances about even whether hed win out or not Faro now there kldr said tho conductor once more tackling the boy Tbo boy banded him tho four pennies from his mouth after very politely rubbing them off on his overcoat sleeve and he said with a very boyish grin- I got the other ono somcwbcres Volta minute mister Then the boy gazed up at the ceiling jf the car and studied for n moment while the other passengers except tho two elderly men who looked ferocious rooted for him with all their might The boy felt tentatively at his left land knickerbockers pocket but It was limn to see that ho knew that was no- go For about halt a minute ho looked worried and the sympathetic passen gers worried along with him as could jo seen by tho tense expression on their faces as they regarded every novcment of the boy with strained almost feverish attention Then the oy reached Into a back pocket of his Knickerbockers brought forth ono of hose celluloid traveling soap boxes iomcwbat battered took off tbo lid md there burled In a lot of junk was tbo other cent The sigh of toilet that ran around hat car was distinctly audible Tho ympatbetlc passengers men and wo men1 settled themselves back In their cats and smiled at tbo boy and two or three of them looked as It they wanted to jump up and suggest cheers The two elderly men coughed violently again readjusted their spectacles and began again on their newspapers Then the small boy sat down took anent looking change purse from tho Inside pocket of his overcoat dumped be contentsabout 2 in quarters ilckcls and dimesInto his hands and icgan counting It whereupon the pas iengcrs who had been rooting tor him jut n moment before Instantly froze and looked at him as If they considered him n bad lot and a boy bound jtralght for states prison or worse Washington Star Lack of sense Is too often blamed on lock of confidenceAtchlson Globs h E C Walton PrealdentIL R Hughes Secretary rte Treasures ICentral Kentucky Real Estate Excess TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1liesm nd lot In SUnfordni rooroiBall poreh in the Iter tool gsnlngeol uelghbarboal rlcxo to churches aid school nowt tor mall Mi lly Wee SMS No 1tU arm 57 +erSrll from to8 lord HOUKO fur good roo1t f nti tot I veranda Hood barn other betiding Is gee 1 i well hoax fe m I- Irultlvallx0onearreIn fruit tree tnt In gSM llouihtalMttiiHlnJoaeraaaUsl bargain nd C4a be Mill at brnpW to ehere- elrke13t nCJe Jlnt adjoining e fertWsaU Jl fbl a No S bal1rllaItaint venor well fenced One fpretlleal room enough In front hr two other cottage or a 1 salty front could be built to the cottage and W I wade a beautiful home Will tadd neap ai ttat owner suit hatfl money No 4 Two atorr lraOllI dwelling 7 rooms bat soil veranda U111n freeing and bees la rood repair For ale or rent ftfe rraaoDaW- No 8 ilouae and lot la Stanford Thtte room and hunt porch cleat garden sod stable Oeod Itpal told cheap No 7 llouN and lot In Stanford I sterlw I- Iroom foodgandeosmokesdrealbwmal011- 1a IXX s Frmof Userr524 mile Inw Staa tool on county road 2a alo fttltlTatlea ietefi In paiture 2 good orchard amt rest in tlMbrr Tw d bun and oUUulIdlnn well phibughtatsourprkeuowner lit and unit have m- oneyNoce item Stan tent on beM pike In the vwnty axes 10- wbMt 48 In earn s In timothy a In defer otIlt11t in One bill la rut In alx add well feooeJ well wstrnd neverADingwail sod spring tw ROOd JIOlI b Twodwelllgsgoal barns ndout bulldla1 Pronll pike for torroquanen of rile blhdwlllnf tangos pike Meaty fruit tree sod enough timber to make elsIA rwati A i bloemM firm and ooh fo wIDuld drlri t IfdldI ol See tars has rrrenymeal Sle nr acre Ste otfut tbU at 1710Icr arm No luCottaM on Main Street Stanford elm I- ibaderaaetloaNtown tuo ballad hat repair art aWe Mui taf backllh tat ewe seer 8i e we ostrt U f rf114- 0Noll attn land with nttfapary iMfete- Ilaent1 mile from Sunlord UwelUni tew Comas Urge Warn mkt- ngoal reryhtPrienresaoaaWed lied ISIWIep- I NoltDweJllnof tlx rooms ball sod perch- occernaryoetbUWinga and garden Alw large tw itory Mere room MxM feet tower room mppHeil with eoentmhlIdetc Wiler In dwelling storeroom also dot anal well Os roh lei- beck otitore tine mile tram titaMJenl UeQdIIS in gaol repair sddwelllog originally t sissat Ilore erIIaUO Will sell lath Mr coos se will rent or sell aeparately No laamstrefirm yi stile of Crab Orchard Ky Urtck dwalllM a roawi two tenant howi two barn well aadtpriiig near dwelling Farm la high Halt ol cultlrailon 1H cone doa b4t w land good fencing troll ete IVte tUM an ern No tll 8 acres ol lad Of laneoiter ilreet In Crab Orchard pre Hprlffi In gnu no Ira premollil large at kkara aeadasn ol stock astir PnulalbWIgdteiown 11- HOOO No 1SA alit eattag and tot en Laoeailer otreetbianMed7 worn good otttern rtr Unt 100 will aril tor JIW9- N IL4mune d land la Msdisesesttsir KyralleiSwitb of lUchmon cod 1 mUt of Klnilloo llne Big 11111 turnplk and Muddy Creek as the Col II Mnaday rum Frame balding Hoektarnsoatbtlilnp At Plenty of Rood watts sad OB of Horn ear IpHog In Kentucky la yard Ilee stack farm IS the county for the a oa y Prkf1peeae No I7A farm of la free ar Hniloaf 111 Dwelling of eight room ball vran4t see OB tenant houit Hock barn large tobatro hers aDd other ttutbulhllBg rinern sad good wU In tbe lardsail aster Inetr feld 01 tM place Fsns- ml In wren Seal I and lntcla land No seFsna of IW sere tltuae1 near King vine KYeere la tililvattn M la timWrrwt watered two seed Mrs and other tbulldlop sal repair Dwelling rotnpnil ly DW I within iN yarda of three ckunhcs- ichool tioaUdr sod C a depot Property lies on- kaauJ county real lid to the twist delr M arm la that section W j will sail tile whole farm lrY2160 or In part not Ialbsn ao nerd to ault furrhutr Tkl is certainly cheap property No MFarm ot 7a sere rear Waraethnrg- DwUlag good hern1 Will watered elc- ad buUdlBm In aood repair PreJucllt Itslene land lu rood aetrbburbadclose to caool adongoodroid rk tieD atrnbulMlap rk hooNe Mrs etc abet the renter d IUD acres All on woaty road H sail free betel school and ITs well sod well watered Thla It a good tobacoa firm aid weukl lull woof tre fimllle that might want u ceme Irew the aaaa neighborhood Price reaaonaW No MA tarn of IOS sere la Casey osenty Ky- n and oBblf stsry dwelllag with alz roomI and olhcr outbuilding Sixty erne Is- wllbatfon 45 acres In timber belt trees ele cheat ays ebbtcHo MKarra ol US ten la Cuey eaainlv Two tery fray dwelling two rood barn sod other wtbalMlfg In good ltar S odld tobaw and ad la pod community A bargain at tQ No 7Kmiof HUasre In Cawyteunty AI sew two story s 100Hi frame dwelling nd oU IweatngInlair rendition llama sod ether sail building On countr red 1 lcndld tabaera land well watered two welli iprlng etc This It a do treble bout Irlce IIHW No Mnny sate near Tleaaant Point Ky Prime bnute 8 room and porch Darn and ether autbulldlDgi 310 In cultivation reel U Urn lr Well toeol1W yard from poitc rtioiml church 11well on pike coil In good com nuully Price t4 o- We have buyer for MO or 180 acre farm illmtrd rom one to three wile from town An buyer er- aloDut lui sera alloaUd Item one to four mllea rest town with or without Iniproremtntt Alto buyer for an fx000 to J10 000 farm dose to town Editor W P Walton of tho Lex Dcton Democrat hat declared war to the kolfn and the knife to the hilt on Mayor Duncan Even when at peace Walton makes the fur fly constantly aDd surely both blood and bones will bo icaltared now Oweneboro Meesenger NOTICE IhyWnOOrcuntil 20eJ k r N clre sealed bid I for the rrrctlon of a buimm hOUM and hall lo Ieerotri In WUKbtlIC Ky tI1elfteationlOt old building are u folio A- 2lor1 a fret width 80 foundation 10 top of plate 22 leeU to be erected on a read T i rp+ rrl The ailU sr to lit taxed lad of- 1121namdlslUIn lumber loltllor bath Soon zlOln nd15in tram teeter it tenlrant tpllr edln renter or build lOr up r Joltta 208 In lId 16- I from center to center Hug uxS n rod- medistance apart e Joists two arts Uulldlnc to be with nd well braced In ci eta SYeathetlwardingceilIng and tloorlnll will bo dreaaed uoe The flnl will contain two rooms with tbrH doors leadingtoouuid and one door taslda nd three window story will eontaln two oomaon door snd nine wlndowa all doors win doWi and their Iraiue will be rixlyniade chard airway four lost wide leading twit so ouldde be furnliheimaterial willkior to upper on the ground Salt building to be comtlet i on r before July 1 19W Toe centact Will be let lo MloweatsudUat bidder tin committee iwerr n tbe rl httorejeclny or all bids The n- tracwr11 be re to glee an approved lend lor the coraplellou of the building or nformatlon rail on T t addrts time rouiDillte at Wayntlblll1r Ky Oommlttrf R Curds chairman R D Ialgett J M Ilftynodl W It Singletoa I O llynold ecrctary MILLINERYDISPLAYThe est creations in Ladies nncl lints Come hero fur your Enster lints DISPLAY ON APRIL 4 AND 5a I You nro invited Spring line complete in dory depnrtmont Prices ulwnys bed rock 5xe chares ADx6eer Sm onuxxv- HUSTONV1LLE KY e CARSON PENCE e UEALKUS IS i Carriages Buggies Phaeij tons Wagons t boards Harness t k Full nnd complete stock of tho abovo always on hand and 1110 sold at prices that defy compotitionr See our elegant line ot Lap Robes r 4 IFirst National Officers Stanford Ky J S HOOKKIt IrMl Bank J J MoKUIIBUTS cnir lYact WRAURN Ilkpr Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 I This Inctltutlo was orl rnaJJ albllahed DirectorsM the UrJrolt hunk of Stanford In 188 then rcorganluxl a the National Hank of Stanford In UII6 and again reorganized as V scold Ltnoeln Oa the Pint National tank ot Stanford In S T llarri Lincoln Co 1888 having had practically an ualnter J8 Hooker Lincoln Do rupted existence It II better W I Walton Lincoln Oo supplied now with facilities for transact J 11OrsU1rCrabOrehardy laR bualnae promptly and well than ever M I amore Htanforil Wore In IW long honorable career B II lUuchkMn Stanford T 1411111 Stanford Ja Itbl lOn IliibUn Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor L II llauchmAn Blanford W 1 Tale Stanford C porations Solicited G L CARPENTER W G WITHERS Wall Paper beautiful patterns all gradesa Mattings new imported goods Iron beds folding beds sofa beds Withers Furniture Co Stanford MURRAY McADAMS DANVILlE tADIN JEWELERSDANYILLE The and most complete stock of Jewelry JeltlesWo nru also Graduate Opticians and can fit Jfonr oyos scientifically and correctly Thruo expoliIenc d jewelers employed our repair siopsat isfaction guaranteed AVo soil Gorham Silver II Special price this week on washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers GEORGE H FARRIS CO u- We handle the Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle Buggies A better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition If you wantthe best buggy made come see our stock Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY