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I SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI r- I VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 28 1902 9 A M NO8I =IINEW NOTES 0tro at PrinpetoD Ky causad a low of about 17000 Jack Bush colored aged lOOyoart Ii dead at Mt Sterling Six workmen wore klllod by oaring embankment at Cleveland O May 20 Is tbo date ohoiaa for tbo lurnlnp over of Cuba to Its people It le said that 60000 troop aro toady to join tbo roboTHandard In China A compulsory Industrial arbitration court was ettabllibcd at Sydney N S W Thousand of quail and rabbits have been destroyed In forcit Sires on Long Island i An unsuccessful attempt was made to wreck a 0 ft O passenger train near Ashland Larkin Croft uged 60 a well known Christian county farmed committed suicide by hanging John L Vincent a telegraph opera tor committed suicide at Drownstown lad by taking carbollo acid Dorothy Dunlap of Petersburg swal lowed an open safety pin At yet no harm has resulted from the accident The telephone linemen at Henderson have won their strike tbo company having granted tbo concessions de manded Thorn aro 278 cases of leprosy In the Inltod State according to a report made by oOlcors of the Marino Ilospltal ServiceCharles Stewart 23 a barber of F rieadlyW Va addicted to drinking bay rum drank a pint and died from the effects Cecil Rhode tbo promoter who II Credted with having embroiled Great Britain In the war on the Hoer repub lire Is dead- Bourbon v county has won the suit against tho Insurance companies to recover 150000 on policies held on tbo burned court house Everett Heed 22 of Glenvllle W Va shot himself and died Instantly He used the same revolver a year ago In attempting suicide At a meeting of the trustees of tb Houses of Reform at Lexington It wa decided to rebuild the Bradley cottage which recently burned Mrs Henrietta Miller aged tI7 of Los Angeles Cal was criminally as sauitedjiy a Negro while leaving the K depot at La Junta Col Wharton Golden the principal wit ness for the proteoutloo In the Goebel murder cases Is said to be dying of consumption In New Mexico David Brewer aged 60 of Bracken county wont to sleep under a straw stack near Versailles The straw was v set on fire and ho burned almost to death The Peoples Independent Telephone Co of McCraokoc county with 1160 LUG capital stock has flied articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State l The entire police force of Helena Mont resigned for tho alleged reason that Mayor Edwards a candidate for reelection wished to use the force II v legitimately The Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Company will export 3000 bar roll ol wtolsky to Hamburg thus mak I Ing this years shipments aggregate 10000 barr- elsUThe entire diy forco of telephone girls 75 la number wont on a strike at Kansas City The management find log them In earnest Immediately yielded to their demand- It Is officially denied In Berlin that Franco and Russia are seeking assur ances of neutrality from Germany i the event of a contemplated war wit v Great Britain and Japan President A J Casiatt of tho Penn sylvania Railroad traveled from Phila delphia to Now York 00 miles In minutes beating his record of tho day before by ono minute At Ardmoro I T trouble aroso over a religious discussion at a church on tho Washlta River resulting In Calvin Van Wlnklo being killed by Emsloy La v mar a holiness preacher Tho law firm of Bradburn Mo juown of Bowling Green has brought cult against tbo estate of tho late Gov Uocbcl for 15000 for services rendered V during the gubernatorial contest Suit will bo entered within 10 days by Minnesota In its own courisagalnst the railroad merger consumatcd by tbo Northern Securities Company Wash ington will bring suit in the Uniteda State supreme court C F W Neely W H Reeves Estea G Rathbono wero each eontenc to 10 years Imprisonment by tbo Au dencla court of Havana on conviction of embezzling Cuba postal funds A 4 heavy Ono Is also carried with each sentenceJames Brown of Salt Lake Utah who was with Joeeph W Marshall when tho first discovery of gold was made In California In January 1813 Is dead aged 73 Bo was a member oftho Seventies and a patriarch of tbo Mormon church He left 21 children and 120 grandchildren Tho Western Argus of Frankfort has sbspendid publication Albert T IatrlBk was oonvttuqd In New York of the murder of tho Toxu4 MftrlhIRaeei Burglars dynamited the Cave Oily IpnslofUeo safe but did not pat to the valuables so they went away empty banded IAt Lydgale Va George Waller Intoxicated killed his 12yearold daughter Nellie by shooting her with a shotgun The plans submitted to tho Odd Fel lows commIttee for tbo propotcd wId- oW and orphans home at Lexington wore too costly for the 116000 appro priation The Lexington Eastern railroad Is receiving bids for 100000 yards of bal last tracking covering a distance of about CO miles and entailing a cost of at least 100000 Master Mechanic Murray and Engirt eer Cbcsnoy were badly scalded at Mid dlosboro by the bursting of a large steam pipe at the Iron furnaces It Is thought Chesney will die PAS AWFUL IGNORANCE Most every day when Im at school The teacher lolls us things About tbo birds and animals And presidents and kings And then at night when I ask pa If what she says Is so- Ho roads his paper right along And says Oh I dunno I One day she told us that the world It round just like a ball And that theres nothing down below Its standing on It all I oat pa If she told the truth He road his paper though And put bis feet upon a obalr And said Ob I dunno And once the teacher said the sky i Aint heavens floor and tried To Wake us think no angels walk Along the other tide And so that night I set my pa And all he said was Ob thingAOne time a bigger boy ho said The doctor didnt bring My little baby sister In A box nosuib thing That night I net pa If what That big boy said was so And pu he answered Oh keep still Confound It I dunno I I UMjJ to kind of think somehow That my pa knew a lot But that was wrong or If be did I guess that hoe forgot Since Ive got started Iniq school Most ovary day or so I bear about a doxon things Pa doesnt seem to know Chicago Record Herald HUBBLE S E Owsley sold a pelt of wales to- W It Cook for 8260 Hubble Is full of now goods now to trade for chlclens aDd eggs James McKcchnto has returned from Wayne Mr and Mrs Thos E Wood wero with their suu George Wood a few days ago Aunt Hooky Rood Is thought to be dangerously 111 now R T Minor Is with us now for a Jew days from his contracting In various portions of tho Uolted olatps G A Swlnebroad tolls us that he bought some dry cows for butcher stuff and began to toed thorn among some shoats when they began to suck ihe thouhr r jack to an Iowa party tor 1300 Joseph Robinsons dog was taken with a hydrophobia fit Sunday when all 0at once ho mado a jump at Jacob Rob insons little child which was In Mr R arms after which the dog left horao biting several other dogs In tbo community the same day and was kill ed several miles from homo the next day HO W TO CURE THE GRIP Remain quietly at homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is auto to follow That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result in pneumonia which f really the only serious danger Amon 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 A Hocker druggists Caredsays now to allalnlLhimFryo for misquoting their rulings Ho says at tho proper time ho will do so and then tho people can judge for themselves Children often inherit feeble digestive powers and colic of a more or lejs severe character results when food Is token which is at all difficult to digest WUITKS CltKAV VIRMIKUOE acts as a general and permanent tonic Price 25 cents Pen nys Drug Store LAND STOCK CROPS ETC i Six broke mules for sale J B o lay Stanford 91SI j Foil SALR 2fi extra nice butcher oat tiesG A Swlnebroad Hubble 3t I PoitSALitTwo fresh cows L L Doty Stanford 13 G Goggln sold to Montlo Fox a pair of mules fur 1300 Logborn Uubblu3tTen good work mules 4 to 8 years old for bum C T Bqbon Huston vlllc Ky tf A J Christmas bought 60 hogs at 11 to ojo and 20 cattle at 2i to 40G16Y gow Times H H Colyer of Richmond told to R P MoChord a jack for 8426 Rich facet Register William Tuitlo bought of John K Baugbman a mule for 1136and ono from a T lotion for 1126 E L Riley of Petersburg bas sold his trotting mare FAnnv Duncan 217 to William Horron for 12000 The total alne of dairy products In the United States In 1809 according to the census report was 1723W256 Fort SAIK 100 sheep 100 lambs 100 bushels of Hurt oats and 80 bushels nice millet teal J W Baugbman Stanford Ky Sanford Allen of Mlllersburg sold his crop of blue grass seed ISO bushels to J Slmms Wilson of Paris at 62 cants Kentuoklan Clllien- Dowey Morgan resigned as assistant secretary of tbo Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association to accept CitytraokThomas Motcalf sold to Bruce it Bright of Danville 11100 worth of hay ho got from a 70aore field Be sides tblsbe kept enough hay for his own use- Mlddld ton Junglebluih the rich Arm of Louisville lurfraen tenden John C Madden I1SCOO for his Amer loan Derby candidate Pentecost The offer was declined boulhtlaatstow for 8400 A A Johnson sold last week to Ed McGlnnls a nice buggy mare for ISO Advocate thefarmfrom Harrodsburg for 857000 It con tale 000 acres of land In the fines t countyThe of the National Millers Federation with 8400000000 capital were taken at Chi sago Charles T Ballard of Louis villa Is a member of tbo board of dl rectors The Winchester Democrat report the following salon Good steers 760 to 776 pounds He come extra heifers BOO pound brought 4o good yearlings brought from 6 to 60 An oxtra cow brought 4e A M Baker of Ambrose had two steers valued at 8100 killed by a straw Steeleboulbtton county parties for 153750 an aver age of 8135 Jeisamlno Journal The Georgetown Times reports 200 atew130 to S33 60 best yearlings 824 to 120 roach cows 823 to J15 mules 830 to 8126 good horses 8126 to 8160 plugs 856 to 175 At executors of Win Stlgall dcod lollrOllolcljacks 3 to 0 years old 14 to 15 hood high 7 mule Jolts 5 mares 2 horses pair work raulcs bull and some cows60 haybee moats Terms made known on day of solo T D English auctioneer W W Groan and Mrs Malinda Stlgall executors 4t At Mllloreburg Robert Miller sold DertMcClintockmules at 1460 Arthur Talbott H pair at EdDalleyHarrison a pair at 8200 JelT Denton a partleeCborleold maro mules to Enes d Hill of Co Jooega ono at 8100 and Bert McClintock pair 12JOKpntucklanCitIzen DANGER OF COLDS AWDLAGRIPPE Tho greatest danger from colds and la Ifetand alldangerthousands who have use l this remedy for these diseases wo have yet to learn of a stage case having resulted in pnuumonia which shows conclusively that it is a cer- taIn preventive of that dangerous mala dy It will cure a cold or attack of la grippe In less time than any other treat mont It ispleasant and eafo to take For sale by Craig Hocker druggists LANCASTER Some of the farmers have already sown their tobacco beds Theehandkerohletsale by the Ladles A Society will be held tomorrow afternoon Prof Hurtle Jenkins of Kentucky University will fill the pulpit ot tbo Christian church on Sunday morning Mr and Mrs John F Lear have removed from the Garrard Hotel to the residence of Dr and Mrs B F Wal tel Miss Adelaide Gall Frost missionary to India will lecture under the auspi cell of the C W B M on Tuesday April 1 Tbo Berea Glee Club consisting of 12 male voices will give a concert at the Garrard Opera House on Friday night April 4 Admission 25 35 and COu Rev Slalllngs of Springfield will preach at the Baptist Fork church this evening at 7 oclock Ho preached for the soma congregation on Thursday evening The mllllnerYlltablllbments adver tise ihotr Spring openings for tomor row Saturday The Logan Dry Goode Company wilt also continue ibolr hat display on Monday George Palmar late of the John M Hlgglnboibam hardware firm has ac cepted a position to drum for a paint house John Anderson will remain as clerk for T B Walker Si Son Dororthy Dunlap little grand laughter of Dr J MGrant of Petersburg swallowed an open safety pin She U the daughter of George Gibson Dunlap a forfner resident os this place The hemp continues to arrive some of the larger crops not having been de livered Garrard is now rated as the second largest hemp producing county In the State being surpassed only by FayetteMr of the Rhode Island Artesian Well Company has mado the otter lo sink wells and furnish dally 50000 gallons or more of fresh water for 82 000 Too offer has been accepted and the company Is expected to bdgln work at once The following couples of Garrard county have just been united in mat rlage Miss Mary n Phllllpsand J E Roberts of Paint Lick vicinity Miss Annie BIngham of Dripping Springs and Thomas Baker Miss Efllo West and Bud Phelps both of the Carters vlllo section Of the carload of horses and mules bought by J L Wiggins of North Carolina horses brought from 8100 to 8150 and mules 800 to 8125 W M Ma ban bought a pair of mules from G A Slier for 8240 Robert Gaines of Dan vllle bought of Ed and N B Price a bunch of cattle at 4c Robert Carrier who robbed Mrs Lu cretin Grimes of 840 was sentenced to five years In the penitentiary Holllnt worth for stealing harness two years Wheeler for bog stealing got two years Carey Robinson colored who assaulted Anderson Leavell over a year ago and from which Injuries Leavell recently died got five years E O Farris father of Senator G T Farris of this city died early Tuesday morning at his homo at Sliver Creek Madison county He had reached his 70lh year and his death was not unex pected as be bad been ill for some time Senator and Mrs Farris daugh ter Miss Louise and Mrs E Middle ton went up to Richmond whore the Interment took place Wednesday after noon A telegram was received by Mrs Su san Price Informing her of the death of her sister Mrs Margaret Tyler Hyde of St Louts who was found dead In bed Tuesday morning She was a native and former resident of this place was the youngest sister of Mrs Price and had reached her 74th year Her niece Mrs M P Friable accom panted by W J Price of Danvlllo have gone to St Louis to attend the fu neral Mrs Hyde left property con sisting of jewels money and real estate Mrs Emma Mlddl ton of Harrods burg has bona with Mrs Goo T Far rls T J Price visited his brother Dr Price In Danvlllo Monday Ralph Andoreor left this week for Ada I P where ho has been promised a good po sition by Tram Conn a former Garrard man Miss Joe Helen Marret of Ham lllon College Lexington has been with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Leav oil F P Friable wife and son Hud sod were in Danvillo Wednesday with Mrs W C Price Llttlo Tercy Burn MrsEWoolford Is quite 111 Mrs Reynolds son and daughter of Nlcholasvlllo aro visiting friends here A child of Mrs Stevens Is ill of foyer Attorney Robl Harding of Danville attended court hero Wednesday Are you sick T If so Investigate tho merit of UERUINE It is a concentrated medicine tbo dose is small yet it quickly produces the most Gratifying results di gestion Improves the lips and cheeks lose their pallor the eye becomes bright and the step elastic Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store 1IiI JlIJifselected from our now spring ffi will be correct and 4 Wrmlx 11 Clothing Neckwear Shirts Huts and f Shoes for Men and BoysJi ftS1 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT GLOBEtEliYourmoney back it joure not satisfied i dI KyJKyFKyJ We L Douglas 300And I 35- 0Shoest e ARE THE BEST In The World See New Styles at CumminsMcClarys Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug seryico are we believe these Competency quality courteousness anda fair profit policy We en deavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things thcrcis legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlythehighestyet our prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky fall Creek Millsprings Oil to COI Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable Terrltory13596 Acres OFFIOERS Thos Rankin President Millsprings Ky Our territory Is situated only a quarter of a trile from the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and in a line between it and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south It is on the river and pipe lino and consists of 350 acres owned in fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid inldcvcloping territory For informa lion prospectus or stock address F M Rankin Secy CBNTRflL OIL GAS mINING CD Of Lexington Kentucky II N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich W H Clay VicePrcs Lexington A P Gooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Sec Tress Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres inJ Wayne county Ky about one and ono half miles from the greatSunnybrook field bout 6000 acres in Lincoln county Ky and 600 acres in Licking Valley in Hath county close up to Ragland where wo have two producing weRe the average of Jtho territory in that locality We have started to drill in all three counties and expect to strike oil in every well We are still acquiring very valuable fads In addition to those already secured and lying is close proximity to the greatest derelopmontsin the state A limited amount of the treaeurYltockwill be sold at 5 a share par value of shares liD each This stock will we confidently believe be selling for par in Ihlrlydays Yi 9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 E C WALTON W P WALTON It a Csndlilite for Railroad Oomtnlnlontr for the U DlttrlcU lubleet to the will of the democr cr DEMOCRATS need not bank on republican division as an assurance of success In the noxt campaign M Cleveland never said a truer thing than he did In a recent interview that th republicans may Ret badly mixed U with themselves at times but they e seem to have the faculty of pulling toe gather at convenlent times This 1 the conclusion at which long observe tlon of republican methods has brough the only surviving axpreeldenta mind The cohesive power of public plunder Is stronger than all the animosities of dissatisfied republican factions and In dlviduals The bolters are always re conclled before reaching the vicinity of the ballot box If the republican party overthrown It will bo because Its policies are not approved by a ma jorlty of the people It will not lose Itu power through disruption and a divid ed vote until the hostility of rival fac done shall ripen Into a degree of In i ternecine hate far beyond that which at present exists The democrats will f gain a national victory when as in 1884 and 1892 the voters of the country make up their minds that an absolute change of parties and policies Is neces sary for the general good and for the prosperity of all classes That result will not come through mero factional differences in the republican party which are not taken to the polls OF course John Rhea was unseated A republican Congress always sees too that when the claimant no matter bow poor a case ho bas will vote with thatI t party McKenzie Moss came near be reallyiIIhe Is a turncoat and ready to do his bidding By the way In lyspeaking in his own behalf Mr Rhea got In a good one on Congressman Borelng who spoke for seating Moss I Borelng scored Goebel for passing a making a contest possible Rhea Borelng was both partisan and IIJaw Tb i election laws of Ken bad always permitted contests If Goebel had never been born a t candidate could still bare recourse to a coolest and always had bad such prix liege It Is strange how stupid some republicans are who parade as wiseI Inen Even Deboe would have known better than to make such a break as Borelng When Moss was sworn In the of the Housotransfer 1sertcantatarms the sum of 85550 befog 1 I the amount due him for salary since March 4 IDOl and mileage be tween Bowling Green and Washington This will be increased by 2000 allow ed contestants and contestees as attorneys foef ID round numbers Moss be 1came Tt600 richer by tbe action of tho Houie Lex D6mocratI i4 A SENSATION was caused in Congress by a unanimously adopted resolution J offered by Mr Richardson the demo cratlo leader providing for a commit tee of seven to investigate a sensation al story of bribery in connection with the transfer of the Danish West Indies to the United Mate The resolution 1e based on the secret report ot Walter Christmas the Danish governments confidential agent in which he shows that 500000 was set aelde to bribe members of Congress and newspapers Abner McKinley is mentioned specifically as a man worth buying EXSHERIFF H H HENNINQER ofI Wayne county la announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for State treasurer Mr Hennlngerls of the moat energetic workers of Fihis party made Wayne county a model officer and would be a credit to the State In any capacity he might serve A NORTH CAROLINA man armed him self with the hind foot of a rabbit klHJ ii ed in a graveyard at midnight In I Jark Of tbo goon and wept to New i York feeling safe from all harm The charm failed to work and now he Is In a small pox hosptalITHE Louisville Times la right OenJ Miles will never be preeldentf nor evenI a candidate for the presidency ThoI j fact will not be forgotten that be order ed President Jefferson Davis to be put in a dungeon and shackles placed onI him WE cat according to the treasury do partment a barrel of flour and 68 Ii pounds of sugar each a year That would seem to Indicate that most of us t live on cake POLITICAL I At Dee Moines la the House passed a Joint resolution favoring the election of United States Senators by popular vote New York and Pennsylvania repub dean bosses Platt and Quay have de clared for Roosevelt for president in 1001 The democratic committee of the 4th Congressional district has been called to meet In Saturday 29th to decide the time and method of noml eating a candidate for Congress to sue cccd the Hon D H Smith W O Bradley denies a report tbat governorJwae passed by the House at Washington Gov Beckham vetoed the Dyo bill providing additional fees for ellsors The State of New York will erect 1 1100000 monument to McKinley at Bu- tale The governor is expected to silo tho Revenue bill to become a law with out his signature J H McMurtry has been appointed Colleartor James Denton Tho House Committee on Foroig- p Affairs ordered a favorable report o the Chinese exclusion bill Gov Beckham Issued a proclamations naming April 24 as Kentucky Day a the Charleston Exposition Gen Wood urges tbe necessity for removing the wreck ot the battleship Maine from Havana harbor Gov Beckham appointed lIons ton Muir and Matt ODoherty the ne circuit judges for Louisville The Iowa Sonata passed a bill appro printing 3150000 for monuments tl Union soldiers who fell at Vicksburg The governor approved tho bill fix log tbe compensation of magistrates In service at court or commltttee meeting at 13 per day- Several bills have not yet been sign ed by Gov Beckham Those not sign ed by tomorrow become laws without his signature President Roosevelt will send a met sago to Congress asking proper legisla tine authority for the appointment of a minister to CubaISpeaker Henderson of tho House ol Representatives for the first time io 20 years service will have opposition for a renomination A bill In the Virginia Legislature authorizes women to carry arms There should have been a rider providing for the necessary pocket Senator Deboo was beaicn by Representative forcing in his effort to be Kentuckys member of the Republican Congressional ommlttee Speaker Henderson was a caller at the White House and is supposed to have discussed with President Rooec velt the outlook for Cuban reciprocity Maj Gen Elwell S Otis was retired from the regular army having reach ed tbe age limit The War department issued a speolal order eulogizing his servicesEnough republican votes are said to have been found on the Wavs and Means Committee to report the puban Reciprocity bill without the aid of democrats Senator Dolllver of Iowa In debate on the Oleomargarine Tax bill de nounced the industry in the severest terms especially for what he claimed to be its evasions of tbe law Senator Mason will offer an lino ment to the postotllce appropriation- b ll appropriating 8150000 for a wire lees telephone or telegraph system be tween Washington and Chicago Gen Funeton reeeQU newspaper crlt icisms of his speech relating to the capture of Agulnaldo and he claims that bee critics know more about tbe articles of golf than the articles of war Circuit Judge Patterson rendered a decision at Greensburg Tuesday in la- val of Elliott Graham democrat whoso election aa county judge had been contested by his cousin J H Graham republican GOT Beckbam vetoed the Ld tUb bill for classification of cities nnti toWnl Toe chief objection to the measure was that by Its provisions the cities of Ver addles Princeton and Nlcholasvllle were changed from the fourth to tbe fifth claaa In concluding his argument In support of his right to his seat in Congress John S Rhea made a bitter attack on McKenzie Moss the contestant Tbe resolution of tbe committee minor- Ity In Rbeas favor was voted down 137 to 127 ono republican voting with tbe democrats and several others refusing tovoteThe four Kentucky republican memo bers of Congress Senator Deboo and Representatives Boreing Irwin and Moss held a meeting and elected Rep resentative Borelng to represent tbe State on the Republican Congressional Committee A meeting was held say oral weeks ago to take this action but Senator Deboe and Representative Dorelng both desired tbe honor it was adjourned until Moss could be seated In the House Tbo FarrIs bill providing for registration In fifthclass towns is missing and probably was stolen in the closing hours of the legislative session It bad passed both houses and was signed by Speaker Finn but was never reported back to the Senate for comparison and for tho signature ot the president of the Senate Its loss was discovered by GOY Beckham The theft of a bUlls a felony and an investigation the mat ter will be made by the Franklin coun to grand jury at Ita April term Presidentelect Palma will be inau gurated In Havana May 20 On tbe same day American control of the is land will cease and only sulllclent sol diers will be loft on the Island to man tbe coast defenses If the Cuban gov ernment makes the request other troops will be retained Secretary Root ts Issued specific orders to Gov Gen Wood In which he Is directed to as semble the Cuban Congress on May 10 to adopt proper legislation for tbe as sumption ot tail powers In the island i i- I i I ie o n- IVs 1I I never ex J qualfity l i Shoe Department tonVV buy of tho largest firm making Indies custom made shoos n tlarge lino of Ladies Shoes and Ox fords in Vici Patent Call and Patent t Vici at fifty touts on tho dollar i These arc all new bright good with i makers name putt brand on every Wo arc to sell these out thatwV will surprise you and are the finest lino made anywhere ti S5 Ladies Vici Patent Loather now heel and too3008400 Ladies kid new J I heolnull too248e 350 Ladies Patent Loather beauties 226 V 8300 Ladies Dougola kid shoes a bargain rit 198 t 837R Oxfords in Patent Viol tho fiucst2G98325 Oxfords in Dougola strap 1 very Etlish220S75 Oxfords in mannish last 00I82 50 Oxfords in Dongola kid Vir 5good This Is what Henry Watterson hat to say at a democratic banquet at Washington the other night Friends brothers democrats let us have done with dissension Let us turn our backs on the past our face to the future call Ing the old fight off and the old scores square He who stands with me against theca things Is my comrade no matter what he thinks or has over thought about silver or Rood He who would deny me a place by his side to fight them must either be perverse or very blind There will be but one test of a democrat In 1DW toe the Unetoe the line saying to arbitrary power absolutism Thou shall go no further we too are In the expansloa business bat our expansion Is for tbe religion of the Constitution no less than for tbe relig ion of Christ and Him crucified ojr expansion means peace not war tbe honor not tbe dogredatlon of the flag r CARNEGIES BUSY WEEK Mr Carnegie bad a busy time plant- Ing libraries The total for the week foots up 43 In the United States at a cost of fS6iSQO dad tour more In Cana da at a cost of 800000 Of tboee In the United States Iowa gets 0 Indiana 7 Wisconsin 3 Illinois 3 Michigan 3 New York 2 New Mexico 2 Kansas 2 South Dakota 2 and Massachusetts Montana Nebraska Colorado Ohio New Hampshire Minnesota New Jer soy and Nevada ono each Mr Carne gle began his library Installation In 1899 In that year be established at a cost of 83503500 In 100019 at a cost of 1050000 in 1001 109 at a cost of 112 888500 and this year to date i6 at a cost of 82336000 making a total of e38 at a cost of 826307000 Even at this rate Mr Carnegie will die rich If he doesnt mind ated be disgraced accord ing to his theory When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chamberaina Stomach and Liv er Tablets They will cleanse your atom ach Improve your appetite and make you feel like a new man They are easy to take being sugar coated and pleasant in effect For sale by Craig t locker druggists Because a Negro was sent out with a car all the street railway motormen and conductors at Jackeon Miss went on a strike which lasted an hour the Negro being discharged J No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from plies unless they are so alllicted TAMLKRS BCCKKYE PILE OINTlXNT Is a quick safe and pInless cure PiIce 60 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Drug Store Jimmy I wish I wont to school In Russia i Johnny Why JimmyIt takes all day to call the roll Brooklyn Life In Allen county Fletcher Kennedy was shot dead and Wade Walls seriously wounded Ben Klllman at whose homo they were calling will be arrested When children have earache saturate a piece ot cotton with IUILABDS Sow LUUUUT and place It in the oar It will Price 26 and 60 stop the pain quickly cents Pennys Drug Store Greece holds the earthquake record with 3187 shocks In live years y S a S 5S C S 1 ii i 1 j eS u P e I e i i OranU LoaQer Dress Goods Dept 30inch cashmeres and whipcords all colors worth 20c our price I12e per yard 36 in silk anti wool fancy suiting worth 76c for 300 yard 3Gin Venetian cloth IIpollJECtlnlll shrunk all colors worth OOo yard our c- 40in blue serge worth Goo our price HOc 44iu Pirolo cloth black and colors worth Sl for 09c yard 44in black figured Jacquards worth 000 our price 2Dc yard oIjin black 111 clothwurth S1U5 our price 7De yard- 54in Venetians and satin broadcloth all colors worth 128 our price 80o yard fjGin Wale finished worsteds in all shades worth 150 at 81 Hosiery Department I 100 dozen childrens Lisle finish how double knee and double heel and toe sizes b to 10 worth 20c to introduce will purohasorChildrensChildrens 15c white hose new stylish sizes 5 to 8 12 fur 9c Fine line of ladies black and fancy hose from 10 to SOc Mens halfbt c black and fancy from 10 to BOc Shirt Waists Complete new lino of Ladies Shirt Waists for spring rindaunt mer WOOl Hero are a few special items New Gibson India linen white waists worth 150 at 100 Fancy gingham waists solid colors worth 125 at 80c Plain white India linen waists very pretty worth 100 at 09c i I Ie THE PARISIAN Mlw fettle V Logan bal rented the rum over Watt A TrlbbUn store lUnylll Ky and will convert theta Into PanlilooaM DreMMaktnr Parlor She will h made to receive ofdm by Ute flr l or April 4sd iDvlttMitie ladlM of Stanford to tllpot Ler- work Mutual Pool on Future Events Tbe Kentucky Derby MvtropollUB Brook- Iva and Suburban ll MdlcaM Amertrar poole100GoTICKETS si EACH For entrlw etrcalaraad fall particulars address MUTUAL SVrRBISTAKBS ASSN KyKefervoce Old Fiddlers Contest at Urodhead Mrh nth Prizes amounting to 116 Oontestftnu ate as follows Jesse Trosper and Hob Storms London Alec Martin Rowland D P Martin and Sam Bishop Turners vllle A Dawson Mt Xenlaj Joe Lung ford Fountain Tree II G Howard 3 Bnrdett Burden Chestnut Larkin and Robert lllcks The Mt Vernon Rand will also be present and furnish tome nIce music from 0 to 7 oclock then the old fiddlers will bold forth Kvorjbody in vlted TYREE A ALURIOUT Confederate Veterans Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping ran to Shreveport are attached to Queen CreftCeut venU bulcd trains at Chattanooga whlo spoelnl through trains to Dallas will bo run from Chattanooga during tbo Reunion and through tourist cats will also be run from Kentucky and Tennessee point If enough Veterans IndlCalo their Intention of going to Dallas This Is the only Una that take you past txrakout Mountain the buttleelds at and the scenei of the siege ot Vicksburg Ticket aro also on sale via New Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans and other points east of the MlssMIppI river are permitted Thirtyone hour schedules Olty to Dallas Ticket agents will quoto low ex cursion rates on application Send your name for tree malaDd pamphlet describing Vicksburg Dallas the Battlefield at Ohlckaraauga W O Kin canton Oonl Passenger Agt Oinclnnatl O APPLE TREES rrlcotorcounty Ky V 0 MORSE Huitonvlllo EXECUTORS SALE j A Splendid Farm In Lincoln County and a Business house 0 Other Desirable Property lnStauford- As Executor of tbe rut will and testa mont ot John B Murphy Sr deceased we will at tho front door of the Court louse In Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th 19O2 to the highest bidderI those parcels of real estate which the estate ot testator towlt 1 The business house and lot on tho southeast corner of Main and Lancaster streets In Stanford which Is now occupied by John Ilrlght Jr A Oofji- S The tract ot about 40 acres of land situate In tbenouthwe ternpartof Stanford 3 The farm of about 260 acres of excel lent land situate about 3V miles from Stan ford on the Mustonrllle pike This farm will first bp offered In two parcels one of about 180 acres being that part on the north side of the pike the other of about 80 acre on the south side of the pike Then tho farm will be offered as a whale and the best bid In the aggregate accepted 4 A of about EM acres of knob land near Highland Term of Sale Onefourth cash remalnd er In one and two years with Interest from luralloHrday of sale und full possession Jpn 1 lest The purchaser ot tho 180 acre tract on the north side of the plko Is to assume tho payment to Mrs Mary J Murphy of tho sum of 81GO during no longer For particulars caU on John S Murphy near Mclunney Ky Sale to begin at S p ro- W II S J S Murphy Executors l tQs v i i 1r4 Lincoln Coun I tys Greatest Bargain Cen ter jjWe f J things To Iwgin with we sell you Pajwr of good pins for Ic S I oJ Paper of Imtiw pins for 4e t 7 V Carl of patent books and eyes Je Carl colunton hooks anti eyoe c l llox of lOc hair pins for 5c h Dozen ivnthctl pourl buttons nil v I fP1nlliCdV A 6c webbing for Ic yard V yardAA 2Rc pair suspenders for lOc ti A 3fc suspenders for 25o I A ladioV 16c collar for Do V 4 New COc silk glows all colors 2fic Lwatijeevests So qunlity fur 40 lOe ones for 7c 15o onus for lOc A ladies 8125 sateen underskirt I ifor coc a Two spools of good thread for 60 v l I Pair of ladies duck how for 5c 1AlVDozenA good largo towel for 5c A fine wide lace for 6c yard A good India Linen fur 6c ynid vfj A nire brooch worth i5o for liic I SS-S I f ii S i L I Surprise Special Sale No5IThe Racket Sure will tell you 110 worth of goods for IS Below is a- list which shows you what J5 will do issue Good for 10 days 10 1s yardOawur01045kwortJ J I pair Ladles Fbow wertti tlM u1 Lad i list worth Me Vt 1MeasSuit any sureworth451r1 tlr insSkoewwlkl13 7 s 1 ManU worth TV 4ra I Mans Shirt worth M i Tie worth Jv furAll thr Items worth flu f rrf jTHE RACKETSTOREI Reliable Goods at iiLow Prices r i r I 1 W H MUELLER I TIt w McROBERTSDRUGGIST 1 1- WB Wall Paper Fishing Tackle I Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY CLOSING OUT thnyefor the purchaser of this stock of goods youa t have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE t 1 onc Q1JBce our a1J801lC gas io1afe fi1e og9lli1t4 I in Postofflco Building on MAIN I Mrs Garland Singleton y r y 0 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY MAR 2ti 1002 In OII1DIt your prescriptions wo UtO the right mellicioelin thoexact propor done and wltb proper taro Wo could not do better If yon paid ui doublo the price which Is always reasonable Pen aye Druq Store v PERSONALS MRS BUTSY NBVtys It improving slowly J K PoitTMAN iCTcral day In I LtulnllleIV Mil D P ROWLAND of Danville li in tbo city MRS 11 U MAHONV hat been lit jor 4ttl week or 10- I URN HAIIDIN and wife have returned ito Mnntlcollo f CllAHLKS LOTUS li In Olnolnnatl with a load of hogs Miss roIMIFlnANQI8 of Oarrard boreV Of Dan vllle was here Wednesday Miss CETTIE THURMOND U teaching a prlvato school at Hobanki- MK II C FAKIUS U back from a visit to relative In Danville CLKLLANO KASTLANU was up from I 1 Louisville to see bit bomcfolki- r MK n C KINO of this otllce IIthreatened with chilli and fevertI Miss IHKNK LACKHY of IarkiTllle It the guest of the Mlttet Carter Miss LIUIK MOOIIK of Casey WIII with her titter Mis Kd Wilkinson Miss MARY HUNDLEY It at home from St Kathprloq for a few daIIMISH SALLIR OINS It teaching anI Interesting school at Willow GroeIM V KLKIN weniio Corinth Wed net day to organize a Maccabeo lodge 4R 11 Unireoor 21 and MIw Nanoy Ann Dtnny JO were married Wednttt- u y f MK JOHN Witas and fatally have moved to the Rent plaoo en oamatery Jill MK D LrwIUoSOttenheImwentto- Ctaolnnal Wt ta 4ay OB a protnecl lag trip RKNKst T CAHTBK M la thutorn Kentueky lathe interest of the Mil waukee Harvwiar- MH6I M S DDMIIAM and brother Mr George R Jeter of Mlddleburv were here TMMday MR JAMUB MCKHOIINIH of me Hub hoe returned from a visit tbleeetlon tn Wayne Ilox R C WMIKKN Is la Jotia miD pcMMUUog kit oanvatt for tlte BOrolnatlon for Congri k MK TnctMaS MIRCALP of Lincoln I oouoH Tlelted bta parson here Uilt week Jwxamlne Jouraal- MB GMtlde of Laooatter was here r Ihla week In the Interest of the Deer tiff Darvettlot Machine Co MISSIS DUSHtB AND JOSIB SIMPSON or Pine Ulll pant several days with lMrand Ire PoP Nunnolloy r Moss JULIO CliuoiNS of Richmond arrived Saturday and It the guest ol I Mitt Susan MaRobertt Advocate UOrw to the wife of Bdparlloynoldi at MoKlnney a sloe 12pound boy lie hiss been named Stephen O Ueynoldi MRS SANFOHD ALLEY and daughter t returned Sunday from a vltlvofievera StamfordTare F Forrlll Informs ut- MKS Ae GODWIN and llttledaugb tor Mlttlo Louise returned to Naeh vllle WooDe day after a protracted y lilt to Mr Rlobard Dlbb and family MKS H D McCLunE and Mrs Jat N Cash of Turnerivlllo are the jructtt of Mr and Mrs Cyrus Cover Mr J G Wcatberford and family haws moved hero from Uutlonvlllc and are now domiciled In the bouto just vacated by Mr Uomer BaughmanAdvocato- t LOCALS RALPH DiNOlIAM next Tuesday night SOMB gardening beingdoom but It would be a good Idea not to be In too big a burryAONK and ons fourth shares of stock Un the Lincoln County National Dank for sale This onIceIt t WILL sell millet bay at 3So per 100 pounds fora few weeks to reducettock J D Daughman it CoItI JOHN D CARPKNTEK hat rented An doraon Carrn storeroom on Depo- etroet and opened bis saloon In It DOT beer Ralph Blngham I tho man without a peer on the Ameri can platform at Waltons Opera House April let- WAIFruDI willbay In Crab Orchard on Saturday March 20 to buy and ship 50 horses and mules Must bo In good f Sflx Joo n Jordan I IIAVR Just returned from the cities 1whore I bought dead loads of goods I that I will tell cheaper than anybody In town Morrlt Fred l MOEDI have moved ray tailoring establishment to tbo old Commercial Hotel up stairs over Wilkinsons butch or ihop J B Middleton TailorIt Ca LANDKETUS garden seeds at W D McRoberti It HEADQUARTERS Buffalo Oil Co In INTERIOR JOURNAL building i COIwillHlyerIbefore you got busy wltb your plowing I J Q B aughmanUo- Fnon April 3d I pay highest market price In Cash for eggs J K Ashley MoKlnney Ky 3w FOR sale the houtb vacated 11KardcnPlNKD llobert Stewart and AbderI ton Carr were lined Iii each for train riding In Judge Carsons court SlHlSd tbowers have fallen for the last day or 10 and It looks like It basset In for a clod soaker this morning RALIMI DINOIIAM the versatile en tertainer at Wallons Opera House April lot Ad million 60 36 and fie dyerooms on West Main Street for sale Good sized lot and ItaI ble Jacob Glniburg at Racket StoroII TOKNERSVILLB Mist Adelaide Gall Frost will deliver s lecture at the Tur nenvllla church at 3 oclock thtt after noonTint Central Kentucky Real 1state Kxobange Title Co have some 01101I farms to toll or rent Write or call on L R Hughes this building A TRACTION engine was left on bISquire Murphy farm four miles rum Stanford which owner an get by pay lag for this notice J S Murphy StanfordWILANUMr I Wllan a Read German oltlcen of the Duck Greek vlolnl IV aged about 70 died a few days ago Mr Cbarlet GaegtolT tellus He leave two sons MARTIN Martin formerly to perlntendant of this dlvUloa of the L A N bus reslgied as i uperlat edent of the Denver Rio Grande to go with an Eastern road SOLD OCTMr J U VaolMlok 6 sold hie stock of goods M McKInney to Cooking iTrue and bee turned over his store M them tie it undecided to what ho will do In tie futuru SRI the new dre goal alike laces belts bueklei turaovon heir orna meat batelalnt wash goals Uk ilisuet petlleoau silk glrves dress mete ooek wear otcn at Severance 0 SonsItUNtWAYAn Germansol hone got KwroU on Goorga U Harris ft Co s coroor Wedao4day nd ran out Sooner lot tike at breako ok speed Ureolclng the shafts out of his vehicle WAS th o exteat of the damagodone Tit L willcell ronodirlf tick eta from Stanford 40 Louisville at 91 06 on March 30 31 and April lot with final limit AprlUih on account f I4 National Convootlon of the ieoplo Party which convene In Loulnvlllo 1 Aprll2dA LAW The bird law which WM passed by the recent Legislature provides thin oooro ldont6 must pay a lle nio of 125 to hunt In the Stivto and for the next two years both resident and visiting hunter aro prohibited from iboollogfluall for market fARRis MrE O larrle dIe at bll home at Silver Crook Madison county Tuesday aged about 70 Ho was the fatter of Senator Coo T Fame of Lancaster and Dire Scott Farrlt of Crab Orchard Lie was burled atlUch mood Ho wat depot agent at Silver Cook TUB women of tbo Stanford Mis sionary Society auxiliary to tho Christian Womans Hoard of Missions i will conduct a prayer service beginning Tuesday afternoon i5th and closing Saturday 2Uth In the lecture room o f the Christian churoit Miss Adelaide Gall Frost missionary to India will speak Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock and on Sunday evening at 730 MR CHARLES GAKGLOW of tbo Krigcr section has received the sad Intelligence through First Lieut G W- Helms of Co F Mth U S Infantry now stationed at Dumargug Cuba P I of the death of his brother Private Emil F Gangloff who was a member of 2StI ut that his brother served as a soldier In Germany and in tbo SpanlshAmer lean war w DR E J CUBSHN veterinary sur Icon of Richmond Ya who camo to Stanford last week to look over th o ground wltb a view of locating here has decided that this section offers a good opening for one of his profession and will accordingly make this his home He has taken apartments at the St Asapb and was joined Wednesday by his wife and little daughter Stan ford has long needed a veterinarian and as Dr Cussed comes highly recom mended ho wilt doubtless be able to build up a lucrative practice In a short time t READ the horse ad of J K and H C Daugbman INEW stationery of lateststyles Just received at Craig k HockersIt I ATTENTION Is called to the advertise mont of Mrs Garland Singleton RALtH BINOHAM at Waltons Opera House Tuesday night April 1 A VERY low Picaon American WOVeC en Wire Fence Place your order now George U Farris ft CoItELEVENmembers the O U W lodge of this place wont to Danvlllo I last night and organized a lodge there of 32 members TUB Central Oil JCDitning Co drilling for oil on Sheriff M S Baugb mans farm U experiencing trouble lust now with a drill that got hung up and which it seems almost Impossible to extricate This may delay our report I of a gusher a few days but not J longer MILRURN Mrs Sallie J wife of Mr James Milburn died at 8 oclock yesterday morning aged about 40 Al though she bad been In feeble health a number of troubles forbears port tonitis was the Immediate cause of her death Mrs Milburn was a Miss Welter and was a devout Christian lady having been for many years a consist enL member of the Methodist church She was a regular attendant at Us eer vices ai Ionaas her health permitted and In her death that church loses a Godly upright woman and a valiant worker la her meters cause Besides the brokenhearted husband o son and daughter are loft to mourn too loss of this devoted wife and Indulgent mother and In their sorrow they have much sympathy At 11 oclock this morning t4ev1V E Arnold will preach a short sermon at the grave In Buffalo Springs Cemetery after which the excellent mother and wife will be laid to rest to await toe resurrection morn IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Deroulit was thotand killed by Qarve Goodman In Whitley county Allen Wrlghlfctlled a leaver on the Little Beach Dear Lluey Washington county Jnctiotien ranie a pe o 1 4 month ountyIwas oueto o public buildings at Frankfort sue oed Capt Jii Porter Thompson The following postmasters hure been aopolatea Walt Wayoe county W A Daboey Gregory Wayne county AJXflvr Harvoytoo Casey county A U Cox Sain Harris oolorod who gave bis residence ce Covlogtoc Is under arrest fora troll horse thou coromUtocd at Danvlllevbllo services worn In prog rUHaL tbo Baptlit church Howaa ar rested whUe trying to sell the horse Louie C Lane and Eva Belle Campbell were married for the osond time by Rev fiumrall at Oaovillti having procured their license from County froem ml ceremony wits perform ed fo ac elaborate manoor toalghl Ibe Danville Lodge of Irlla will celebrate their annlvcMary and elect o2cors to ecvo4iarlng trio ensuing year Tho membership has pawed the ilOO mar the number Including several of tbo Bert people of Lincoln Garrard and Mercer counties- 1NEfidOaIA CAN DE MIEVENTED This disease always result from a cold or an attack of oho rr1pncI mar be pro vented by the timely Use of Chamber Iains Cough Remedy Tills lomcdr was exteuMsflly used during the epidemics of la grippe of the past few years and not a single cure has ever been reported that did not recover or that resulted in pneu monia which shows U to be a costata pro veollve of that dangerous disease For sale by CtsJg S Ilockcr Uniggiste A tramp rang tbo door bell of Dr Mary Morrisons house trio other day and when a pleasant faced comas came to the door ho asked her If she trout bo so kind as W ask the doctor U bo bad an old pair of trousers to giro needy man Im the doctor said the smUl woman Trio tramp tied Philadelphia Times Couldnt help getting a cold never cures Ili but carryiug home a bottle of BAt LARDS HOUKIIOUXD SYRUP and using it as directed will cure tho wont kind of cough or cold Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug Store On ttssiiranco from Hanna the represent tlved of tbo Pennsylvania ml Dcrstmvo pledged themselves to with draw oho throat of u strlko April 1 The Mayavllle Guards sued Gov Beckham and Adj Gen Murray for 7000 for pay duo for services at Frankfort from February to May 1900 Rev W Y Allen pastor of the Christian church at Ellcabethtown has received a call from Salem Id and will move thorn about April let A woman was killed oDd her two daughters Injured ono perhaps fatally by being run Into by a train at Houston Texas i CHURCH MATTERS I atltbeProbably the most successful pastoral record In Louisville Is that of the Rev George Gowen of the Broadway Chris flan church Last week ho baptized the 03rd person making a total of 170 additions to the Broadway Christian church since isle pastorate began 17 months ago And Mr Gowen has been absent several weeks since bo became pastor of tbo church being in great demand for holding meetings deliver ng addresses and attending other Im portant engagements Courier Jour I cols 12 Minutesfor Lunch 1Thnl Is the average time I j spent In a large restau runt by three thousand lunchcrs It takes three hours to digest a freshegg wit boiled three hours to digest a boiled apple dumpling three hours to digest roast beef In fact three hours about the time required to digest the overage twelve minute The object of the hasty lunch is to let the busy man get back to his office work But when the brain is active the stomach Is inactive for lack of ifeccssary blood The natural consequence is indigestion and indigestion opens door to many dij cases Indigestion is cured the use of Dr MediCAl Discovery which cures diseases of the stomach aau other organs of digestion and nutrition and enables the perfect digestion not assimitttlon of food n fa with brartfelt cr ttrtethat I IIeIId this t6Umonlal which I wlAh you to with my name and atlresa writes air Wine Su mac of Wahingtonville Co N Y I- hat stomach trouble from childhood and ufleted with it more or lew at I Al the age of tie I WM broken down with dyspepsia Iyuf feting was tetrlble Could not eat lIhoul dii treY Cuild only rut a few certain thing and wag notable to work half the tine Ijvery thinK 1 tried only gare me temporary wilt flMfty iwrwaded me wiry Dr Pierce Golden atedeaemry and llentant Pellet I took six bUksotheGotden Medical DI w ery lad two vtata of Dr Plercei Pleasant Pallets I tlwn felt 110 well that I topped taking 1u Smnl moeirw have and I CM do the hat kind ofrPOrk can eat any tlilnjt that to set before me and enjoy It I am S7 yeara uiidandthis U the first time I have ever been welL Free T Piarccs Common Sense alerlitnl Adviser In paper covers Is sent fret on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to Ty cmse of mailing only or 31 stamps for clothbound volume Address Dr li V Wcrcc Buffalo N Y You Should Step In Mrs Cleo Browne Millinery Parlor and see her beautiful line of SPRING HATSOpening will take place on Thurs day March 27ih A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Otters his services as Auotoinear to the people of Lincoln County If will please you hash In work and price Write to lih- nNOTICE I will payle cents a pound In goods fa butter until April 1 and tbe market nric for all produceW Turn rnlllCl IFIRE INSURANCE My rate of Insurance against flro an llshtninc on farm dwellings for three year tmysWe nnuaUy are as follows on sac i tramkbrick ttotal roof SOf W A Trlbblc Agt PRESTON 922Vol 11 Fond by bAck poles leI hands hlgbfln style Sired by Washington U- Whlnjtoi 54 was sired by Comwell h by Waslilngtan Denmark he by Gaines Deamark liefcy race hone Denmark Fin dam by Malcarn 2d dam by Crusader 3i dam by Ooekaur Prestons ifs dam Hell by lUiodorlek 041 2d dam bv Denmark sotdan lie U one of the finest show lionet li Itonaoho 81000 SitddlM Stake ut Richmond ant oeaagno marm at 214 to Inoir Ilvlug colt Will keep mares on grass a 2 a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky J G L CARPENTER W G WITHERS Wall Paper beautiful patterns all grades Mattings new imported goodss Iron beds folding beds sofa beds Withers Furniture Co Stanford 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 departments Fresh fruit every week Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block In2irYicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market 0A elA9 ill J A AJfAA A yst+ 5p e alJb t a 1 NAG 1 ior1 t XC lfk a sq iiJer Good Headwear sP c e 2JJ You must have if you are well dressed A fine 3J P f4saltof clothes and patent leather shoesnii f have no ellect if you wearing an eta old style hat JIIIJ r our tCa Skoek s Qompete Jr W full of the very newest and best things jp- rtjfc9 of the season r i- r c Stetson goods In five styles all J3 60 C M Heddln goods 800 J Swan brand for e2 b0 The late curl brim from 160 to 250 An 0endleEs variety of beautiful little fellows and girls and boys capsjI Irol ve w w H J McROBERTS a i I cttifi611 Ti = C bi t fai rfti rfta7Iti hMirIli k sw e i i i G1ti1 EQi W sramfiE I Quality is never sacrificed 1 Q to price in r ilI Zeigler Broso Fine Shoes Ladies who want shoes that loot well feel well r1 tg anti year well should not ho satisfied jag withanything short of Zeiglers I ISho s twostrap and Slippersriand threestrap clilelrellIColonial Tiesfor ladies and Bg New Dry Good Notions and Ladies fcK Cnuods coming in every day Como in and see tbnI1 Severance Sons New Store 1 iWate VOL1141 COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO Directorlit JB Paxtoa JS Owsley s IL Shanks W O Walker Goo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Dank Trust Company and under same conttnuouslyL SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial 1 Officers S H SHANKS President J n OWSLEY Cashier W M nmdiif Asst Cashier i Leave your Prescriptionswith BestMaterIalmaqshlpi CRAIG Fs HOCKER r LLtr THOTMORJOUMAL Entered nthe pottofflce at Stanford at mailerI Ioondclau rzad3zldovw- ar YEAR CASH f ST Whoa not ooatdmaOO will becharged f R A JONES DENTIST Stanford IvtI i McKinney Roller Mills tJB McKINNEY Prop w X3 IMoEtinna3 on hand the Bran Ohlck reasonable Cue tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy I Miller For Rent Two houses In the East End about 2 X ttllfs from Crab Orchard One house has three rooms and the other flre Good out buildings never falling water and 230 acres In both tracts SAM COOIIBAN Walnut Ridge Ky BROWN BROWNAt- tornoys at Law Office In Mwonic BldR SOMERSET t Room 9 KYJ nwill practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly a COAL Ihave decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and a of your patron age I handle the best grades of Jclllco coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky BC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY i Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call f ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE EY Manufacturer o- fBRICK it And Dealer In Lime Cement 5cc o PricesI MONUMENTSPtREJINOi rWhite Bronze Is to stone In the monument business what the Improved drophead sew ing machine Is to the or the palace car Is to the old stage coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It Is indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and renting placeot your ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted silver ap Pleae hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt ORABiOROHARD KY J+ G+ MCCLMY AltERMss tlr ia61J tAfisY fb EMU tLlIIER And DealearIn BABNESF SADDLERY 0 Htniiforcl Ky DR Ra GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of LonlsTllle will be at St Asapli HotelStanford Vudj and May Api198I- Now Is the time Dont neglect your best Jrlend and rlatses sclentlflcally adjusted Dont neg lect your childrens eyes Office hours t a m to 5 p m r 4 i Si1M Yw L On Jelliespreserves And pickles spread a coaling PURE REFI EU- PARAFFINEI IT wn aleduti1 mrlett m and C lVrelttnrwdlwram eAew- enil ri dptdtt otnrr Wa Wt the bourn Full OirtctifM I n earn package I tfc d enrbtreS- TANDARD OIL CO FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE pones and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager L S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offlc OTr Pro Store In the Owile ilulldlBf JHBOONECOProprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drucoa Old Stand Depot St STflNTORO KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phone No 09 BEAZLEY F HAYSU- NDEBTAEEBS AUO DEALE13 IS Furniture MattlngsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for aU kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK NEW LIVERY STABLE S W BTOKE 4 SJN Prsrs JUNCTION CITY w KY M PintClang Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky 0 KNOXVillE DIVISION N024Tn1ncoi0iNorth1IMmN021II IIMMNo 25 II II South M12M a m- Noa II 152 P m For all Points KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No 4 iMrrs Stanford at 1Man No Barr1eatStanford1lSanN-o 21 learn Stanford at p m Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster r Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everything first class Porters meet all trains 8- 9Wouror n Journal The TwlceaWcek CourierJournal the best paper puhlllhedin the United States for all readers It Is the equal of many dallies and the superior of all other semiweeklies or weeklies HENRY WATTERSON Editor The Wednesday Issue Is devoted to news matters the Saturday Issue to the home By a special arrangement you can the INTERIOR JOURNflb and the SemiWeekly CourierJournal both for one year for only 150This U for cash subscribers only 51 10 IN MEMORIAM A gloom has overshadowed our tow since Sunday moraine March 2adwho the sad news of the death of Mr W D Kennedy son of Mr nod Mrs E D Kennedy was learned Ho was sick only a tow days but his aufferloR dun log that time was Intense and nothln that human hands could do could re llovo him and at 820 his soul wonder its way back to Him who gave It Yo believe that a presence greater tban humanity was there and on Ills breaa bo leaned and breathed hU lUll out there Ho was a devoted son and broths rand a true friend HU friends here anl1 elsewhere were loglon41o was converted and become a member of tbe Presbyterian church early In life and bad since been a consistent membe- rIt la hard for us to understand now why a young soul co brave and true an Intellect eo bright could not have bee spared longer to his loved ones here but God knows best and we pray tha His hand may guide the broken heart ed family and that they may bo com forted with the thought that his sou has found a heaven to Gods eternal home Still wo know they mourn the loss of their son and brother as do 110 of our faithful friend but vto do not weep without hope for we expect to meet and know him again la the great beyondWIllie was an honorary member of the McKlnnoy Y W C T U and at a meeting of this union March 19th the following resolutions were adopted RESOLVED That whereas God In Hlr dlvlnp wisdom has deemed It proper to remove from our midst by the hand 01 death on March 2 1002 our dear broth er and esteemed friend W H Kennedy In his death this union baa lost One of Its most faithful and valued hon orary members the church a consistent member and the State and community an honorable citizen 2 That we extend to tne bereaved family our most profound sympathy In this their sad aftltctlon and commend them to Him who docth all things well 3 That these resolutions bo spread on the minutes of this union a copy sent to the famtlyot our deceased brother and a copy sent to the White Ribbon and INTERIOR JOURNAL for publica tionLeonora Ride Carrlo Coffey Anna Dayton Carles Cplley committee Elizabeth Beck aecv MATRIMONIAL Willie Bale 21 and Miss Emily Ber ry17 were married last week Christian Nelson a railroad con tractor was arrested In Texas on the charge of having 13 wives A Spaniard by special permission was married to a Canadian girl on the dome of the capitol at Washington fir Will M Swann managing edi tor of the Plnevllle Herald and Miss Charlotte Robbins of Louisville will be married March 31 Stephen HoUoway a bachelor aged 80 years and Mra Amanna E Hollo way aged 45 both of Clark county were married In Lexington last week At Colly Creekln Eastern Kentucky Uncle Jesse Adams 81 was married to Aunt Mary Adama 79 They were first cousins and had been sweethearts since childhood Loves dream enjoys la second youth sometimes A young woman at Indianapolis was unable to determine which of three suitors she preferred eo she put the three names In a hat and drew out one and accepted the man whoso name was on the slip When a young womans ardent affections are so evenly distrib uted among three young men marriage does not necessarily change the condi tlon and the unfortunate fellow who won should consider well before he en ters Into an alliance which must neo essarily prove an unhappy one e For all pulmonary troubles IUiL Aims HoREiiouvD SYRUP taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It is equally effective in croup and whoop lug cough and If used in season prevents the further development of consumption Price 25 and 60 cents Pennys Drug store I Palladium is employed In the makln of astronomical Instruments ut a cost of WSO a pound being more precious than gold v First Chorus Girl She thinks sue t u a birdSecond Chorus OIrlta that wby sbe walks plgeontood Baltimore Amorl canSheriffs Sale for Taxes County Cflisrl Day Monday April H 1352 Between the hour of 0 a in and 4 p ro1 at the court house door in Stanford coin county Ky1 will expose lo tin highest bidder for cash in hand to pay the State and county taxes for tho year shown opposite the names the following property or so much thereof as may be aeccasnryto pay said taxes This list will be published once a week for four weeks an names will disappear as soon BIt tho tax and frost are paid Cost of adver Using 8150 Stanford White Brady James D N U 20 acre 88 Tt BrummcU llclttcoa 5 acres 9 tt Daugbertv W J 41 acre 3 tl Ends II T s 10001 41 acres 8 W Elmoro S D 1 town lot 3 GO locker Charles cold IS acres 2 W loom John 20 acres 3 61 Lay E W 31 acres 3 33 Schoffef Widow N acres a Anthony threes 1 acts llN Good Jim 49srt 1 T k Kate 31 aim 1 fl TI1lsnuelTomDsughertT J H Mayt a 7- 1Hoeker Anderson 1 town let t 011 a sire tetlandidge loha 1 sire t tf Steward Zaeres SI Stanford Colored Carr Anderson 3 houses Si lots 12 IS Christopher Albert X tare 2 II Cowan j t acres 3 U Good wotford 1 are p I N Hayden Tim 1 amt S td Lackey win homo lot 4 n Lackey Will ar hcuio lot 1 68 Logan Jim 1 aero 214 Logan Jim Itnlro 2 Zl Sandklge Johnlaere S It Simpson Elias 1 Mres S II Sims Thos 4T attics S 41 Wade Glddio hour let 3N IfustonvllteWhite- Aldrich Mrs E L 110 acres 29 80 Bailey 1J M 2 acres 1 90 Carpenter George 4U acres 2 1- Estus E W 20 cures 1 16 Uooch Aden 160 acres 2 43 Miller August 75 acres 0 04 Martin John col 60 acres 2 70 Mnxey UII 18 sores 2 00 Martin J Q 70 acres 3 07 Splsler Mike 08 acres 4 46 Statum 0 W 63 acres 0 00- Sutum O W 22 auras 7 OS Williams John 300 acres I 4t Yocum J D 4S acres 2 7U YooumJH 20 acres 212 MoWhorter J W 70 acres 2 42 Jeflrle J F 40 at res- Usem 2 76 UIDIJ N I el Hindi J U 2l seta I 9- 9Keapr Udvtnl SI stns g lit- MerCID W II IU awn 4 a Wllfenl III I W acre InLraiure Will S sere I If Lawrence JMMS 10 urea 217 ItustonvtlleColored Bailey Charles 1 acre 3i blame John 1 lot 2 69 Capps J W 1 lot 2 80 Cooper Dick Hot 2 1 Dale Lewis 3 acres 217 Dudie Flndley lilt 2 to 2 aerrq 2 17 Drye William 1 let 3 00 Ferrell Dell 6 acres 4S UlveLs Anderson 20 acre 9 J9 Johnson Henry 60 acres i S6 McUormack Sam 3 acres 2 76 Newman Patton 2 acres 2 O6 Itigney Henry 6 acres 2 17 Steels Charles 2 acres 2 17 Weell Jason ItownM j all GolllMJia I taws lot 1 w Lloyd Joe 1 tawn lot I as Crab Orchard While Delaney Mrs Kate It acres i 8t Dennoy r 21 aers t 96 Denney JoeIes4re 2 la Foley Hornctt 38 acres 8 M Haggard heirs 40 acres 1 40 Robinson Richard N R 4 acres 3 46 Rogers John 30 sores 196 Bmilh R A t4 acres SA Smith J L 18 acres 1511 Thompson Illchard 6 acres 1 15 Bwllh llrA M 1ft acre 111 Crab Orchard Colored IllrII Fred 6 acre 2 76 WlllUiui AIn I acre 7111 WsrncsVvrK- UurUin S D UH acre I 1- 1IIrenO o M It M 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sire of Doxter 2173 Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45 slro of St Julian 211 Ji lloUIno 210i and 15 others that hayo produced S30 trotters Al o sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance bAmerteau Eclipse NOTE Nnboth U a bay 16 hands high foaled June 28 1689 HU pedigree contains the blood ot Hambletonlan Oeorge Wilkes Mambrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Harry Clay Will Stand at 110 to Insure o Living Colt e Will also stand the noted Jack KINO at49 II C BAUGIIMAN HustonvIIIo Ky 1 HAPSBURG 509Bay stallion 101 bands high lIy Oloster 26 Imported let dam Jolly by Wonderful Roy 531 i 2d dam by Peserves 822 First dam Trinket 5 Imp by County King 110 2d dam by Champion of England MG 31 dam by Barnaby OTC 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 NOTE From the abo n pedigree you can see that Hapsburg Is a pure bred Cleveland Ray English Coach horse Ho Is a beautiful mahogany bay with black points U 161 hands weighs 1275 pounds drives wall gentle and kind with One style and high action Can show A mile bettor than 1 minutes and anyone wishing a high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will Stand at SlO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 10 hands and 1 Inch Illack Jack NAPOLEON 2ND ai 88 for mares and 815 for Jennets Mares grilled at 82 month whlcll In all cases must be paid before they areremoved Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hu tonvilIoKy Dont pay two extra prodthn Ttm lainand tiarnnts Deal with lay factory iJtt o r t eutng LL1rr 13 can men u sYIng thousands of donW carnage Wequtolxasmenteetoyoubat W wou4 lV8 IM haygotfrryouanawrtment oiner cl al wo Rive ranuo 1 f U li not In very way ui to tuanil we Will twYftelgbtchsrgaiI1bways We can alM Save two Profitsfor you on harnras and oltur tinne KjuipmMita little tar oar fm IIIYNralolYla auetowblrhw- wdserrlbthobugtsaurny i pbeumtlrtbathatem- adeourfwturyfamnusturlbir h loch grade l wit until rnnrntusmoraprwanawrit wLal anil ban Ibe otUloeue by you for Iutun UK No ms4 Unary rare tnja with trail r gtlnrtT tpGLltiMottnxn totumt4u THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE A HARNESS CO L JJColumbus 0 PO floe 772 j St Louis Mo P 0 Sot 64 rn lncle ral Wtlla to Dactyl oohsIMILLINERYDISPLAYThe rest creations in Ladies nml hats Conic htMo for your Easter Hats DISPLAY ON APRIL 4 AND 5 4 You are invited Spring line complete in ovary department Prices idvuyai bpd rock the shades 1S0heeXe mpor u n HUSTQNVILLE KY qj CARSON PENCE DKALKItS IX I Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I i boards Harness Fun and eoinpleto stock of the above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line of Lap Robes First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 This Institution was originally ettabUshed as the Deposit lank of Stanford In 181 then reorganized M the National Hank ef Stanford In UW and again reorganized as the Pint National Hank ot Stanford In Ion hating had practically an unlnter rnpteJ axlttenr for 41 veers It Is better UIplled now will facMltlea for trAoLI- njtbashl M pronpUy and well than ever before la lu long honorable carver Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J 8 HOOK Kit Prtst J J UcROIIBKTS Cbr W II WEAUKN Ilk- prDirectors P IteW Lincoln Oo 8 T Harris Uocola Oo J 8 Hooker Lincoln Oo W I Walton Unjoin Oo J U Onlttor Oral Orchard tM U Klmor Stanford 8 II IlaHgbman Stanford T I lUll Stanford Ju ItoMnton Hubble 111 llaucbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford MURRAY McADAMS PAITVILLK trADING JEWEIERS DAVILLE The largest and most complete stock of Jew J elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky Vo uru also Graduate Opticians and cite fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Thrco experi enced jewctors employed in our repair shopsnt isfaction guaranteed We soil Gorlmm Silver pt s Special price this week on washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers 1 GEORGE Ha HARRIS A CO l We handle the Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterlingtand Eagle Buggies A better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition If you want the best buggy made come see our stock Higginsa McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY r 7 f