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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rI SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 119029 A1t1 NO9 t KISSING IJI nOlWT AClm BACK There If an old fablp of the Ural kin y which leads us tosuipcct thai the pleas orillnThesbepberdeaa found an opal on one of z1veIttaketthe kit was Invented and perhaps the opll1IIayfraulhtwithtory t nolyWrita roadhowuperltltlonnever guilty the aamo honor having been tendered to Baal Some of the passage of the Bible wbero It Is mentioned are reploto with otberllteemcobl interview with Rachel at tho well Josephs reception of his bretb tatberInlawJethro friendJooatblln thtithformerJoabtreacherous s a murder of tbo latter and that dreadful ono of tbo traitor Judas which has be come the typo of all treachery are eom o polotot kluInlsalutations according as they consid grad the person worthy of more or less Prlaklelogkoeesof Acblllei while be pleads for the body of Hector Similar Instances might bo quoted from the AonelJ Kissing was an act of religion In an dent Homo Tbo nearest friend of a reoelvInlescaped through his lips at the moment of expiration Later In Rome near relatives worst allowed to kiss their female kindred o the mouth but this was done In order wiDebooaUtoj the prohibition were sometimes found to have made too true with the Jalee o J the grapu introjUrlllsb monarch Vortlgorn gave a bar quet In honor of bis Scandinavian al Hot at which Rowena the beautiful daughter of Ilonglst was present Dur log the proceedings the princess aiter pressing a brimming breaker to her lips saluted tho astonished and doligh- ed t monarch with a little kits after t manner of her pooplo Tbo giving or withholding ora kiss wIthIHenry II refused to RIve Uecitet the kiss of jieacc the usual pledge of reconciliation In vogue at that time was accepted as fatal and so It sub o quently proved The inosi honorable royal kits on rcc ord Is that when Queen Margaret of France In the presence oj the whole court ono day Imprinted ofc the lips the ugliest roan In the kingdom Alain Cbartler whom she found asleep To those around her she paid t do not kiss tbo man but tho mouth that has uttered so many charming things IMATRIMONIAL At Campion three brothers married tbo sane day Mitt Rosa Gentry and T J Pennin- j ton of Rockcastlo wero married la week Mlea Lillian Curd of Durgln married In Kansas City to Everett Holt a leading attorney hasfer 1 of 48 children 39 of whom are living flINJP3tONI CAN BE PREVENTED 1 This disease always results from a cold or an attack of tho end may be vented by the timelyuse of laiua Cough Remedy This remedy extensively used during the epidemics la grippe of the past few year and not single case has ever been retorted II did not recover Or that resulted In pn monla which shows it to bo a certain venlbe of that dangerous disease cafe by Craig b Rocker druggists It bapponetoo oft That a peach among women Throws herself away On a green persimmon Chicago Tribune The amount of merchandise trans ported by rail In the United States la double that of all the other nations of the earth collccllvcly o a NEWS NOTES JamM It Kieno Im at CantlitoaI Payett county InI John S Long capitalist died at bin homo In Louisville deIItroredpooplo to matches for tho world There Is ono dentist to a few moro than 4000 people In the thickly settled States At Maroumd Store Eillll county George Congletonsbol sod killed Wm1 Uookbolmer Mr Green Alder wai murdorod with an ax by an unknown man at her homo la Wbltley county At VIoKsburg Miss Constable Dick Moguln shot and killed hla son whom bo mistook for a burglar Kentucky and Indiana minors and operators signed a acalo at Terre Uaute lad after a four weeks dead lOOk A fire In Gutbrlo Okla which start sad la the State Capitol printing plant destroyed property estimated to be worth 1350000 The Cumberland Telegraph sad Tel ephone Company has purchased the New nope line ut the New Haven Tele phone Company O Piper a Clifton nurseryman prb puree to give 1000 apple truss to the widow of Ulckintn county who aro not treeseMrs Mary Hlvoly while In an opt leptic fit tell Into a kettle of boiling agar water oca1 Warsaw lad and was sealded to death As the result of a quarrel over a dl vision fence 0 N Pendleton a real estate dealer shot and killed Sire An na Baker at Cincinnati The Payetto county grind Jury has lodleted the directors of the Central Mutual lovestment Company on the charge of embesallng 1800 by means of fraudulent dividend Fire la the basement under tho Pike auedlenoo of 2000 persons but the cool ness of the manager of the theater pre vented a panic Albert Donobue at Omaha Nob txse given a verdlet of 17100 damages agalnsllbe female head of the Flgg Ilea a religious toot for alienation of his wlfea affections nCbnrlea Fraools Woodward was lynched In Casper Wyo for the mur der of Sheriff Rlokor He was under sentence of death for the crime butcho supreme court greeted a stay of oxaou 1floe Harrlvon oounty officers arrostixl Bvo employes of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company and placed tbijm under bond on oharges of ob strueilng and taking poseoeloe of a highway Tbo company tree no fran chise In that county John W Carter grand keeper of rec ords and seat of the Knights of Pythias of Kentucky In his report shows a to hecal Pytblan membership In the State or 0785 There are 100 lodges Tbo bursement tor sick benefits during t year wero 112417 27 funeral 1247460 for all other relief 1207 71 The Hoods lo Tennessee Alaba tand Mississippi caused by Fridays ire mondous raln did an Incalculable amount of damage Over 20 lives a known to have been lot Raliroa are heavy sufferers and are having grcaidinieully In repairing the breaks ofla their line Numbers of brldg were swept away and some of the rich set farming lands In Middle Tennessee were greatly demigod Four men wero killed In a light Plkb county Saturday They Taompeon Ilatfleld and bla son Ep ralmot Pike county Harry Watt proprietor of tbo Palace Hotel at Wll llamstowo W Va and John Rothe- ford a revenue officer and attemptetralm Halfleld on a fugitive warrant Is NorEIPUUburg and Western Pennepivan- were vlslled Sunday by a severe win storm that caused thousands of dolls of damage and was accompanied by loss of several lives Forty persons we Injured In a church at Knoxvllle An tio0 pereoel whlwet was NcStpersons we Ukilled In a church which was partial 1ardestroyedr HOW TO CURE THE GRIP Remain quietly at homo and to Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is euro to folio That remedy counteracts any tendency the grip to result In pneumonia which really the only serious danger Among the tons of thousands who have used for the grip not one case has ever be reported that did not recover For by Oralg llocker druggists t 4 AssociationIfirst annual mooting of the 8ili Irbo District Teachers Asso ation will bo held at Harrodsburg April lllb and 12ih next Every arrangement Is being made to render tho meeting a success A lengthy program has been prepared and many of the leading educators of the State will bo prosenl and partial pate The good peoplo of Qarrodsburg are sparing no pilna In their prepara tion lo en to nila the vlsllln teachers royally Riilroada will sell roundtrip tickets at reduced rates Tho prime object of this association Is the promotion of the interests oftpublic education In Central Kentucky and the elevation of the profession of teaching Wideawake energetic progressive touchers who are doing something more for the cause rhea merely nearing recitations and drawing their salaries will bo found at this mooting la groat numbers There Is no other profession that do meads such constant progress on Ibe part of those ongaged ln too protesslos aa that or loaoblng Tho true teacher should not only seek knowledge but alsosklll In Imparilng knowledge and tho ability to develop character Ho deals with Immortal mind He should make no mistakes The great majority y of our teachers realize ibis fact and ibo members of no profession mako moro clToru more sacrifices to keep with the progress of the world and discharge their duties faithfully iban do the teachers of all classes of schools On meager salaries they spend their vacations la gulag toteuobera aasoola tlonii Institute normal schools and In ibo reading circles of their counties and State They seek opportunltle to learn It la to be carncolly hoped that ibo teacher of the 8lh Congressional Din trtot of Kentucky will oat permit ibo educational Interests of this the han ner district of tbo State to lag behind lathe march of pedagogical thought Every teapner lo the district shout feel that he Is rcsnonatble In a degree for the advancement or the relrogrca sloe of our educational system and hould consequently begin now to gel ready lo attend thla Harrodsburg moot tog You are earnestly Invited in the name of the children of this State and In the name of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to be uresenl and to do your pitt In the Interest of this great and suffering cause For program or further particulars AllurtonWinfrey 5ecqS Treas Stanford Ky W C Grln lcad chinn program com Danville Ky M L Cbownlog Transportation Alt Avenitoko Ky Expressions of Gratitude to Stanford Ladles I wish to sap in the columns of go esteemed publication a tow words of eu logy pf the good ladles of youroliy All heof them In general and the following in reia j an Miss Nell Warren who are so kind an etTormacounty tall and who each Sabbath morning conduct Sunday school bore and say so pointde ua ua books pipers and periodicals to read for our res as earnest B llan workers after tbo order of the wo men of the Now Testament times who 1I uatto wheth some sympathy re minds mo of friends at home a the eaotlmeuof to say the above spproclathed arc g rothm trophies to submit to Christ when ale and all of dleappedar coming bboeg matyp so to to our goncrona jailor Mr W I Horrln who q0eou sanctorum a heat of hellos and Introduce you to hla toten mearIn a grlyat Whoa you wake up with a bad teats in netosad etcwm yofoaeplain effect For sale by Craig it Hocker drug engistsle Ralph I Gingham at Walton a Opera House tonight IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jesse Cbesnoy died at Mlddlesboro as the result of being scalded by the burst ing of a steam pipe Many persons wero driven from theIr homes at Plnevlllo by high water Six lives are reported to brava been lost In Boll county At the fiddlers contest at Bradforde vllle the fleet prize was awarded to R H Minor of Doyle second to T J Ed YArd of Caeejt and third to Frank Worlblnglon of Casey James T Short who married Miss Julia Yager who ueed to visit friends hero Is now mayor of two suburban owns of Louisville Mr Short la a harness drummer and used to make StanfordTho Oil Gas Mining Cotof Pulaikl county bas been Incorpora ted It has 120000 capital and J M Thomas and J P Hastings of Cincin anti and F H Stephens of Bradford Pa are at the head of It Wolves have become BO destructive to lock In the lower sod of Marlon county that farmers residing In that section made up a fund and telegraphed lo Kansas City for several large boar hounds with which they hopo to other ralnato them After years of peaceful rest the cold coffee Joko on Senator elect Mc Creary bee been brought to lIfo again It Is etcher now to some editors In the goodt0years Richmond Register Two cases of smallpox wero discover ed here They aro of a very mild form and as every precaution has been takes to check the disease thorn la no need of being alarmed The disease U sup posed to have been brought here from a mining camp In Vlrglola Advocale Steam waa raised this week at J B Thompsons distillery and tho distil will begin running next week Mr Thompson made a big sale of his 180- tdleposincrop of Old Jordan lat week broughtd crat CHURCH MATTERS Rev Henry Tupper D D a noted Baptist died at Richmond Va Dr Wm Sbelton will preach at the BsRtlsi church Sunday morning MUa Elloo M Stone the American missionary has arrived In London- A shop Bible class which la held In ibe noon hour has been started by the V M C A of Louisville Judge Toney decides that the Louts villa Y M C A Is a purely public charity and therefore oxcmptfrom tax etloo Bishop McCloskey has Issued an or der a11owinQ the short form to bo used In baptizing adults the permission la given for five years Rev Henry Faulconer who married rMee Margaret Mason of Lancaster has received a very flattering call to a church In Now York City at a salary of SftOOO Rev J W Hagla preached an excel thedRisen and other appropriate hymns very beautifully The Baplfata of the Clear Fork church near Albany will celebrate ibe 100dth anniversary of Us organization today ExGov P H Leslie was once a member of this church LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CUKEP In tho winter of 1603 and 1809 I was taken down with a severe attack of what ia called la gllppo lays F L Hewett a pro nioaatdruggist ot HlnficUl III The only medicine I used WM two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke usup the co d and stopped the coughing like magic and I have never since been trou bled with grippe Chamberlains Cough Remedy can always be depended upon to break up a severo cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia It la pleaaant to take too which makes it the most desirable and ono of the most popn lar preparations In use for these ailments For sale by Craig A Hocker druggists T Operators IntSouihero Indiana are threatening to close down their coal mines and aldthcimlners In Western Kentucky to win their strike and raise tbo seals of wages The Indiana pper ators say they are loalngjraoney by rea son of being unable to compete with the Kentucky mines owing to the dif ference In wages You will never wish to take another dose of pills if you once try Chamber lans Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant In ef fact They cleanse the stomach and reg ulate the liver and bowels For sale by CraigtrICker druggists w fortotime than everjbetoro In history of tbo port Thero la nowjon passage between that city and Queens town a fleet of 82 Bailing vessels carrying approximately 80000001bujhels I oe+ NITVVITti + 1IliFoV = + JL j A Wise Manm I J Will select hisrrtfSPRING s are new and fresh and in Ijlargovariety fIrt Ir f sufficientja II IT PAYS TO TRADE ATm t ft THEl uMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing ti IF v Your money back U youre not satisfied BanvilleIll I I u 00 r= = r I T1 = vV tt Tu w L Douglas 9 300 i And 35- 0Shoes ARE IBEWI In World See New Styles atICumminsIIt f Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug scryico are we believe these Competency quality courteousncss and a fair profit policy We en t deavor to give all these the fullest expression t While in some things there tis legitimate need of I varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not I We handle one grade onlythe highest yet our prices are apt to be less than inferior arc sold for Pennys Drug Storesta onl fall Creek Millsprinfe Oil Gas Co Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable Terrltory13596 Acres OFFICERS Thos Rankin President KyJLyFKyJJlillsprlngs Ky THE The McClarys Our territory Is situated only a quarter of a milerfrom the Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and In a Boo between It and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south It is on the river and pipe tine and consists of 3560 acres owned in fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will seUa limited amount of stock to aid intdevcloplng territory For informs tlon prospectus or stock address F M + Rankin Sccy CENTRAL OIL GaS mINING DO i Of Lexington Kentucky U N Loud Prest Au Sable Mich VII Clay VlcePrea Lexington A P Gooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Sec h Tress Our holdings consist of about 5030 acrosln Wayne county Ky about one and one half miles from the great Sunnybrook Held about 0000 acres In Lincoln county Ky and COO acres in Licking Valley in lush county close up to Ragland wliero wo have two producing wells the average of the territory In that locality We hays started to drill In all three counties aud expect to strike oil in every well We ate still acquiring very valuable lads In addition to thosef already secured and lying la close proximlty to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will bj sold at 13 a share par value of sharer 810 each This stock Will we confidently believe busellini for par in thirty days 1 rTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL fEC WALTON I 1 W P WALTON tIIi Candidate for Rallrosd Commissioner for tbe id DUtrlct lableet to the will or the democricr ptedropefsot r of thing Is growing beautifully less and the telephone Is the responsible bles Ing Many women nowadays makes all such calls by phone thus saving a crci I deal of time and bother Madam sits down comfortably in her own home and calls up a friend to whom she owes 11 call Probably neither has much to say to the other but they chatter mer taklnlIt not now think It necessary to pay tbe II visit In person The woman at the oth er end Is probably doing the sametbln a minute later and everybody is well satisfied The now Idea leaves one so much time for more Important dune tbat the Innovation Is set down as a IdeaJ4t TOE Goebel Monument Commission meet at the Capital Hotel at t iwill at noon Thursday to select design and award the contract for f t the building of a monument or tomb at the grave of the martyred governor In the State Cemetery The commlssto has on deposit in a local bank some thing over 14000 This will be sup plemented by a contribution from Mr Arthur Goebel and friends of tbe t honored dead who have postponed do eating to the good cause In order to see how much money was needed It Ie hoped that a monument costing at leas 825000 will be erected In honor of him who gave his lIfo for the cause he so greatly loved 01rto us Whllo there are many mean t Negroes there are also many good ones and we have long since regarded the colored race as a necessity A petition is being circulated at Bardwell asking the white citizens not to employ Negro labor It Is said an effort will be made f I to relieve the colored people of all the j property they possess and a polite but request will be made of them to tfirm town I t 1FROM all Indications former Gov Clarke can read his title cleat ArkadIapparently wins in the guberna 1torlalcontest over Col E W Rector aPASSIMJ bills Is the easiest thing possible for Congress to do If such bills are for pensions or the Increase of 1 them In a short while Friday 215 prl pension bills wero passed and It 11vate an extraordinarily good day for business either PART of the business of the youn and bumptuous commander ia chief of the United States army Is to turn down athearmys old chief general It may come about that army officers as well as men in civil life will eventually be shot at 45- SENATOR GEO T FARRIS says the popular Impression that his mlssln registration bill had not been signed by the president of the Senate is erron I coos He further says the theft of the bill will delay but not defeat It Miss MARY BDRKHART 0f Wolfe county wants to run for Congress In the 10th district on the prohibition ticket and If she Is as good looking as the Louisville Times picture of her she will win hands down ITUE Paducah Democrats Easter was a corker It made the rest of the Easter numbers of the country press look like thirty cents- POLITICAL j President Roosevelt will visit the Charleston Exposition April 0 T C Combs has been appointed postmaster at Kodak Perry county and J H Holloway at Waterford Spencer countyFourth district democrats will hold a primary June 28 Hon D H Smith Is the only Congressional candidate to dateThe Virginia constitutional convey lion agreed upon a suffrage plan under which It Is expected the Negro vote be practically eliminated t 1w1ll president will probably send to Senate next week the nomination H Hanson for the Berea Madison county postmastership The president vetoed another bill to give an honorable discharge to a def serter and took occasion to rebuke Congress for exceeding its powers The president has made public the letter of Gen Miles asking to be sent to the Philippines with the letter of disapproval of the war department sad the president himself A II 111 Wm L Burford has been appointed postmaster at Nlcholaavllle Too ways and means committee voted to report the Cuban Reciprocity bill Two republicans voted against It Gov Bcckham appointed Sam For sythe as a justice of the Peace to succeed James Neal who resigned In MercerFriends of Postmaster Mason at May- field say they will succeed in prevent log the confirmation of J H Happy as his successor The United States Philippine com mission has fixed the government rate of exchange for Mexican sliver at 12 27 for the second quarter of the year Tbl Is two cents above the bank rate H Clay Evans yesterday tendered his resignation as commissioner of pen slons President Roosevelt will with draw his acceptance until he can find B suitable diplomatic position for Mr Evans Representative James M Grlggs of Georgia was unanimously selected as the chairman of the Democratic Con grcsslonal Campaign Committee Louie Nixon of New Ydrk will probably be chairman of the Committee on finance The substitute Philippine bill has been prepared by the democratic members of the Senate committee 01 the Philippines It provides for tht relinquishment all claims of sov erelgnty by the United States in the archipelago after the natives have organized a government of their own THIS AND THAT The Tennessee river continues tc rlse and is close to the danger line William Grant a wellknown edlto rial writer of New Orleans Is dead Dr James A Breeding one of the beet known residents of Glasgow It deadThe eightyearold daughter of How ard Coyle otBath county was fatally burnedW Adams aged 02 a prominent Mason and wealthy citizen of Barren Is dead The death ot David S Parmelee removes the oldest clothing salesman Ic Louisville The route Is being surveyed for the proposed electric line from Covln ton toCarrolltonRichard a prominent citizen and exConfederate soldier died at Sll ver Creek of paralysis George Wilson the veteran minstrel announced at Lexington that he would soon retire from the stage There were 16 additions to the Free byterlan church at Danville as the re suit of Dr Pentecosts meeting Thd two Slone boys were acquitted In the Knott circuit court of the murder of Andy J Slone after being on trial five days Berry Howards trial set for thei April term of court may be postponed on account of prevalence of smallpo In Frankfort there having been twc cases In Jail- Lawyer A T Patrick under son tence of death for the murder of Mil lIonalre Rice in New York is reported to have been married to Mrs Addle M Francis In the Tombs prison At Geprgel this State Burdlnt Scott 18 was married at high noon tc Miss Mary Kizer 13 The girl wore short dresses Hundreds attended the hlldrens wedding as it was called A Whltesburg dispatch says Two unique processions were witnessed in Pike county Sunday afternoon There were over 200 mourners and every man carried a rifle across his shoulder Saturday night Ben Rains colored was called to his door by the cries of a child He was surprised to find a bat cet containing a little white boy baby apparently four weeks old Advocate Miss Ella Hay of Perryvllle has been chosen maid of honor to Miss An ale Triable who was named to act as sponsor of the R J Brecklnrldge Camp of Confederate Veterans at the Dallas reunion ADDITIONAL LOCALS RALPH BiNoiiAU at 8 oclock tonight T RENT ol call boxes at the postolHce has been Increased to 25o from SJOo per quarter by the order of the govern tent Postmaster Florence tells us TUB Lexington says that J J Cornellson who has been running the Fay ette Hotel threw up his lease as he found that he could not make the otel a paying investment oilcontinues on Sheriff aughmans farm but no gusher has been struck yet Two pockets of gas have been encountered however A depth of 400 feet has been reached WASHOUTS on tno Southern have greatly delayed the morning Louisville passenger Sunday It was 11 hours late mad yesterday six hours It was In the elgbborhood of on time this morning DRUGLESS TnCATAlENTCatarrh Asthma and Rheumatism cured while you sleep without use of fire knife or drugs School of Suggestive Thera eutlcs 124 E Broadway Louisville Ky MARCH outlike a roaring lion mod April was ushered In tn the same way This Is anything but Spring weather The mercury stood at freez ng this morning and some snow has already fallen with the promise of more LANCASTER The Ladles Aid Society realized 115 by their handkerchief sale The Junior C W B M has raised about 120 by their mite box clleotlon The farmers have turned under a great deal of ground for corn planting The Christian Endeavor Society w1ll bold Its monthly business meeting on Wednesday evening President Jenkins of Kentucky Un verslty preached a beautiful Easter sermon at the Christian church Sunday eveningThe Glee Club consisting of 12 male voices will give a concert at the Garrard Opera House on next Friday night Mr Tlllett the workhouse keeper has just purcbaeed a rocjc crusher from Lexington dealers and wllj put It to use at once Miss Elizabeth De Barrio Gill a contralto soloist of much note will appear here In an entertainment at the court house on Saturday 12th A son of Calvin Blakeman of tbo Buena Vista section was recently dip glng a posthole In which he found a 15 gold piece over 120 years old John Barton has just been appointed to the office of notary public Kirk Kirby Is smiling behind the counter of J R Haseldeos hardware store What Is known as fifth Sunda meeting was held at Mt Hebron Bap List church Saturday and a bountlfi dinner was served on the ground Ltiwls H West has accepted a poai tlon as storekeeper at the Cedar Brook distillery Anderson county W B West will act as deputy postmaste- rR H Batsons dry goods store bad an Easter opening Saturday and manl customers viewed the display Mist Mollie Smith has been added to th corps of efficient clerks Elder Ellett one of the professors of Kentucky University will preach at Fair View church next Sunday In blsl sermon he will pay sultabe tribute to the memory of the late John M Hug glnbotham E J Carpenters splendid pfoduoiloi of the celebrated play Quo Vadls with a large cast elaborate scenery and magnificent stale effects will be seer bore at the Garrard Opera House Tues day evening AprilS H C Hamilton sold a bunch of hogs to T S Elkin at Go W Lawson Bold to same a cow at lie T Palmer sold to same butcher hogs at 60 Robert Rout bought of John Wood a horse for 8100 Patton ft Dunn bought 20 mules of Rockcastle traders at an average of 8117 In the storm of last Friday evening a number of telephone wires were burnt out and at the residence of W McC lohntson a serious fire was narrowly averted The phone WAS near a win dow the flash Ignited a curtain and when dlscoveeed the filmy article was about consumed The second morning train due Kerr at 11 oclock was wrecked about five miles above here Saturday morning Four cars lumping the track the passenger coach among the number wltl about 35 persons aboard The travel ers were brought to this city In car rlagcs and were found with the excep lion of a few cuts and bruises to be un hurt Miss Sallle Tlllett could make no ex enslve millinery display because oi the illness of her trimmer Miss Laura Smith Miss Lillie Noel exhibited a select lot of Easter hats and bonnets tad will prepare her summer opening text Saturday The J M Logan Co rave an extensive display of dry goods ind millinery and added a band of mu tic to their other attractions Mrs Martha Phillips Thompson widow of the late NA Thompson died Sunday morning at 10 oclock after only a few days Illness o pneumonia She had reached her 74th year and eaves two sons John C and I P Thompson The funeral service was conducted by Elder A R Moore at the esldence of J C Thompson on Monday afternoon at 230 oclock Mrs nompson Was a devoted mother and for many years had been a member of the Christian church of this place John Norris for some time a resident and lately a clerk In R H Batsoni ilothlng store of this city died at his fathers home In Frankfort Sundayand the remains were brought hero Moc lay for Interment He had a severe ittack of typhoid lever last fall and his loath was due to a relapse and overtax cd strength by a return to his business lo was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Charles Norris and a nephew by mar Jage of Senator Farrls who secured him a position some time ago as one of the Legislatures pages He was about 18 years of ago Miss Lena Rlgney of Hamilton Col ego Is at home with her parents Miss Sallie Lou Myers attended Easter service In Lexington Sunday Mrs Geo livens and little son of Stanford are isltlng Mrs H M W 0 Bradley ot Louisville has been here wltb his family for several days Mr and Mrs L L Doty and little son- of Lincoln are with Clerk J A Doty and famllv Miss Lola Hoch of Ma rlon Kansas who has been visiting ancastor relatlies left a few dav since for Danvllle Miss Louise Kauff man Is vlslllncr In Richmond Mies Laura Smith la quite tick Mr Mary ooatuecessfulnurse at the Lexington Business ol- lege Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexlng ton Is the guest of the Misses Burn side a i S e Se aI j I s e n 8 i s y t o r Grand Leaders I 7l I Specials for this week J tChildrens hose double knee o heel nml toe fine gouge sizos 5 to 10 12 worth 200 this wook lOc 25 dozon boys kneo punts sizes 1 to 11 worth up to 1 this wook 29c per pair 87in black dross goods pjnin or i figured worth oOc this week 29c i10cpercales this week 7 l2c 7 l2c shirting this weekuc yard 1 ftOored table linen 25c yard 1 iJ Baas Props 6evu t In the old Louisville Store Stanford 1 Y 1 S r 5 5 1 a n FIRE INSURANCE My rittot of ln urnnco gIntl lire and lightning on farm dwelling fur three tears payable annually are an follow on path slot 1ratse Rhingle root ea cents frame metal roof Tte brick lilngle roof r brick metal roof Me W A Trlbble Agt Forjtent Two hosse In UK Rant Kn f tout I mil from Crab Orchard Ont haute Iou three rooms and Ute other ere Uoml mit building never tolling water sod tau acre In both tracts SAM COCHUAN Walnut Itldri Kv Gaiton 12910 Standard and regtaterwi Sired by JAm toUa Wllbea lltM sirs of Oulnette t iV lneIomlneOIRletlCMI Ur tln teal 1OWf and II other In the J w lint Plat darn Dotty Held granddad of All WllktM lilt and AleatU IUI bv FnaeI Ire of 6 In tM and the data of M in 210 or bother Second dam Quickstep bv ItnlukvIPrince Jr sire or J q I17V StTV and other and darn of a In the lIat Third data by Old Joe Ire of the dam of J Q i17f OambotU Wllkm Barn and daughter have over IN In the tM list Dalton carries the blood of the four leading families Wllkea Hambletonlan Mamtirlno Chief and Seeley American Star Dalton I a great how horse as hat been totted In the stow rings HI colts have been down three years In ucceton at Iluatonrllle Ilanvllle Springfield and other premiumsforproven a great cross on nadlle mare a he gives hll colt flnl h notion and step and they are tolling for the stable Gal ton will carve mires at my two miles writ of IlDfttonrtlle at IO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will keep mares on grau at 9S per month after May 1 N M DODD Dignity Dare Dj cnirriON Fonledl805lrhand9 3i in high weighs In good flosh 1200 pounds mahogany buy with black points a in form with that wonderful style characteristic of tho Ches ter Dare family so universally ac knowledged as superior to all As a show horse ho has in ado a good record winning in his class and sweepstakes many blue tlos In his 3yearold form wore 13 blur ties out of 14 shows thro Central Kentucky In harnoes ho Is very stylish null gaited with pure do- oMed action and steps a OUlfow die horses can show a harnoss horse of thd highost typo Un der saddle ho U bold with best of lino action speedy separating his gates perfectly with knee action necessary for an uptodate sire Ills colts though are coming tothe front and fast ranking him one of the best of breeders which class bring sensational priced Ills colta are large rangy with lung wellset neck tIne backs broad lint hone with groat ac thin and host of colors respectfully invite you to call anti inspect thum fore booking your mares PBDIOHEB Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S H K ho by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Kaglo 74 ho by King William 07 ho by Washing ton Denmark 04 ho b Gaines Don mark II ho by race hOMo Dunnmrk V S ho by Imported Ilwlgpford lilt dam LiEzif i y Wolchmont No 0307 Wolehmthodam by Abdnlluh Messenger 3rd stun by Gills Vermont 4th llaUlfhor01tlhjbroil Wolchmonts 1st by Almont Forest 2853 Will make the season 1002 at Lawn More Stock Farm 2i milts West of Iliihtonvllle Ky on UraJlfordsvllle Flustonvllle pike arCarpentors SLa Lion at 20 to Ineure n Living Colt A small1 reduction on a club of 5 or more mares Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance andmon ey becomes duo at time of such trans action Loin retained upon all colts till season money Is paid Maros from a distance grazed 12 per month Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates All bills must bo paid before removal of maros Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not responsible for accidents or se boI C CARPENTER Phone In Reildence Huttonvllle Exchange I L Ladies 2f0 trimmed liuta this i 1 week 11S- Special f l custom niiulo ladies shoes in nil toes hool and spring hool i f e worth r2 this week 11S dons luc shirts this week21o 12 lc India Linon this week t4 Kino dross ginghams worth 100 this week 7 l2c s Ladies 5 patent leather shoos this week 208 e1 GRAND LEADER S MOl B Levu i S Stand fi FOR SALE tThe entire tllnckor the Kackrt Store con isting of Iry moods Notions Clothing UHt Slimes and Slippviv Hatu fps Indies and Ont Furnishing Gor51a an eta Mt titKi Oil Cloths Trunks Valises Etc fliis stock must positively be sold in thirty days and to do it will start one of the greatest iltiee cutting sales ever wUfmpUal In SUn ford The sale will begin April1st alai continue to May tat only Come here for bargains both wholesale and retail For sale or roht IIOUM and lot good milch cow hunlwr and shingles household and kitchen funiiture and also a ppleiulid lot of mo1lptlllth store lixtnrfH for isle THE RACKETSTORESTANFORD KENTUCKY O i Reliable Goods at iIi Low Prices W H MUELLER j THE JEWELER j J 30 years experience at the bench h W B McROBERTS r DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KYI CLOSING OUT I have decided to quit the goods business andrhave advertised my store for sale The readers of this paper know the kind and quality of wlitingfor t have an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only ItJAMES FRYE HUSTOIMVILLE ll 1 ome atc see our araaonc 5aS 1io 1 af oj Tlffi1erJ 7 I in Postofllcc Building on MAIN Mrs Garland Singleton M7 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r STANFORD KY Ant 1 1002 In Qlllntr your prescriptions wo uso properJyon paid ui the price which la always reasonable Pent nyi Drug Store I PERSONALSbe JOHN P JONES Ii In Cincinnati OB OWUNB li now night telephone operator Mil J B niOQINS went to Lexlng ton Sunday ie1tlioN J N SAUNDaits went to Loulr villa yesterday MISS EULA TOTTBN li at homo from c IScfretto College Mu O It COLEMAN and son Harris arc In LouUvlllo MRS It U WILKINSON and children are visiting In Casey p Cot W O WHICH has been In Mt Vernon on legal builnri- JOHNOHKtSTMANoLouUllleipent Sunday with hit parents hero spentSundayMn F M WAHKof MoKlnnoy ha our thanks for now subscribers MESSRS C V OBNTIIY and J T Brnbrr spent Sunday In Lexington Miss Fit ANOBS CooiElt won ono 0 the Louie Illo Times prize last week J M SOKIVNBU order hit paper sent from Little Illoicman to Chandler Mo MK AND MRS J L JONBS of Alum Spring wore here Saturday looking fOr a home GuoitOK D FLOIIBNCK of George anhisMRS W U DlLLlON of LlvingtonI spent several day with her liter Mr Joseph Coffoy- MH8BH6 J 0 WnATIimtPOKI and Di S Carpenter of HuitonvHIt were 1t hire yesterday 1 JUDOH W M t MRS wile aM haoiiiorao ton of UI4tDIIe ware herb sbepping Saturday TllH Faiwy Work asd HeatUo Ir Clrb will ami with Mrs J D Pax loo Tfa r4ay afternoon at 3JOfrMK ANO MRS W L WILLIAMS of Laxtogiea au a4d the burial of jl e toiler Mr James M It burn Wu are sorry to learn of the eontinMe Aid lllnMt of our friend Mr Intyre qf the Danville Advocate MRS PlJAXCHB MBHSIIOK red family will were to Ltvlogtton In a taw days to the regret of their frUodn here QKBUNHKKKY URIOIIT Tate of tbo Arm ef Holmes A fright will tray 1 Mr the It M Oborno MaehUe Co MRMH8 D S CAHPRKTBR awl W M DwW of Iluitonvlll were In Ten I neMce lest week buying horse and comuleMIS6HB IRRNB LACICKY of Parke villa and Katherine Uaaley and Kitty frMaudeSATURDAYS LouUvlllo Pot con tamed ploturce of Mr and Mre W U MoKoberu pretty daughter Miss 9i Mary and Nellie Mollobcrta MRS n DOHEQORV and pretty daughter Mine Catherine and Clara r Gregory are over from Covlngton to too Mrs James P Bailey who 1111 MR A A Iliooivs manager of the f Central University Canto was In tbo city yesterday the UOit of Sam W r Severance of Kentucky Unlreralty Lexington Democrat MRS WALTER GnnuNWo of HUB ton lie was the guest ot her lister Mrs Mary Uoramel Mis Stella mil of Stanford U spending a fuw day with Mr Jennie Wolf on Lexington AyonuoAdvocate MR W P WALTON spent Tuesday In our once gathering up personal offccU for removal to Lexington and receiving calla from many friends who learned of his presence In tlmo to como In and shake There was never a now comer and a quick alcavor w made 10 many warm personal friend In r our olty as Brer Walton Darrods burg Democrat MRS LBE P UOPKMAN writes from Dana Hall that her daughter Miss Anno Cooke UulTman Is not yet passed tho danger lino after tho operation for appendicitis but all Indications are for her recovery Friends here aro anx v louslf awaiting tho ping of the day wbfrh will give tbo assurance of the afeLyof this lovely young IllrlLex Inltton Democrat- J J S Mo11LEY ono of MoKlnnoy e substantial citizens was tbo guest of W U Goocb the jeweler from Sunday to Tuesday Mr Moblcv U prospecting r for business with a vlow of locate lamUvIset coua visiting his daughter Mrs W liis Ho enjoys tbo distinction I having served the people of his homo magisterial district for 12 consecutive year old gentleman Is halo and hearty at 77 Somerset I LOCALS Tilts U all fooll day UALl BlNulIAM night SCHOOL of Suggestive Therapeutic 121 E Broadway Louisville Kv You can buy a roundtrip ticket to LouUvllle today for 305 good until Friday LANDRETHS pardon seeds at W B McUobort r InINTIfiIDItI REMEMIIER that Ralph Blngham will entertain at Walton Opera House to night woatberbuttbl year- FAItbinlt9Stock what coal you need plowingJFROM April 3d I will pay tbo highest market price In Cash for eggs J 1C Ashley MoKlnnoy K3wFOR rent or tale house vacatedI by E C Walton Good stable and pardon Apply at this olllco COTTAGE of live room on Wet Male estbloJacobI DANYILLES postmaster threatens to quit opening night mall unless better order le preserved In the lobby of bis ofllce SatunlayNub BPaatlea train Tins Central Kentucky Real Estate choicetL It Hughes thes building anFASTRRant day that ever happened and few of tboo who bad bought Easter bonnet and dresses Initiated them that day I L C OXLBY has opened a Chicken d Egg Store In the turkey house nar colored Baptist church and win pay the highest market price for those eta ples IllB ladles of Liberty sod Caiev oounty are notified that Ateedem Wllklnmo and Kldd have opened a largo stock of millinery In the store room between Wlaoo Wtlklneooi nod the Un chop at Liberty LlMKKTV Tile IKTKHIOM JOURNAL mar hope to teat many of pie old iend aod patrons at Liberty nut Monday Brsl Jay of otrratt twert SM tplafl If rue west good iHlntlotr dowj a little low than anybody r OLD ttBKvMn Lee H Ston6 lea I by death SalMf4ay an old speckled ben that bad dose giaA ervloe both a+ a layer and MUer for 16 years Her hen ship was ooBsldered almost a of Mr Stones family and her Ie generally regretted ANYOKK with a common school eau oation can make themselves ladepend ent and eelfsunalDlBg by taking a urse In Stiggeatlva TherapeuttM era graduate and pet a diploma ready w practice suggestion lanais of three week Write us for terms and ee book Bio TOIIACOO FIRLD Mr C H Brawner who bee a pool tobacco farm near Jumbo tole county tells us that bo has rented tome 40 acres to tobacco moo and that bo will put In 16 or novae of the weed Mr Brawner la an experienced tobacco man and his pro tortese ter BROUGHT HERE Green Alder ailed about 21 was brought to the Stanford jail at noon Sunday by Sheriff J D El lemon and Jailer Frank Perkins of Whitley Ho was held without ball for brutally murdering bee wife with an ax near Pleasant Vlow and tbo ofllcera had w walk him down tho railroad track five miles to keep a mob from breaking his neck Tho mob It Is earn had gathered at tho depot at Wll llamsburg TUBRE was a general change in ti telegraph operators on hue division ofof Traho1 n Dispatcher L M Wostorfleld was mado master of train on the O V dl vision with headquarters at Middles 0 ro and Is succeeded by J E FJshback of tho main line Mr C A Moore who has had second trlok at Livingston pone to Louisville to take Dispatch FIshbaok place while W W Wrlp day copyist at Livingston secures Mr Moores old position It Is regarded as a promotion for all of the gentlemen This will likely cause Mr Westorflold removal from Stanford which will be generally regretted Flvit DAY FAIR CRABORCHARD There seems to bo halo or no doubt Tlipelk ay afternoon Mr R II Bronaugh had o piofof or t August will likely be the date and five dope of show rings traits races etc are promised There Is a splendid track close to town where exciting tacos wore run In olden times and It la proposed to make racing a feature of tho fair bowevor the show horse will come In for a liberal portion of the money hung up Crab Orchard has magnificent hotel accommodations Is convenient to both mountain ana bluegrass country and there aro many reasons whore a fair thorn will prove a most profitable and enjoyable enter prise I i youbuyI NEW stationery of latest styles just received at Crn1pL Hockori DONT rail to hear Ralph Blngham tonight anew program will bo pro seatedE0a9Tho I Fair IllSeverancej new store bandied over eggs Saturday I WILL pay cash for chickens and eggs Call and see mo at tbo old Turkey House L C Oxloy 4t A VERY low price on American en Wire Fence Place your stair now George H Farri A Co I RALPH BINGHAM WALTONS OPERA HOUSE TONIOHT MOVED havemoved my tailoring ablishment to the old Commercial up etslre over Wilkinsons butch er shop J B Mlddleton Tailor SEB tho now dress goods silks laces belts huskies turnovers balr orna ment obatelalni wash goods silk tissue petticoat silk gloves dress nets neck wear etc at Severance h Soon LEvi TOWN John Gill Perry Fraz ure Tom flaw and young Smith four youths bearing that they wore wanted by Marshal Jones shook the dust of nightdAT the old fiddlers contest at Brod head Saturday night Fount Tyreo won Larkin IIloke came second Alex Mar DobUlaklnull the Mt Vernon Bras Band die emired some tweet music fromMolinneq AyedDrug Srowill be carefully delivered for a small amount Sim Haines Manager Stun lord aid MeKlnney Mall Routd Tat prayer service of the women of the Stanford Mtalonary Society auxiliary to the Christian Womans untilSawrdsp o0littleWirehllCblylagBOLNANMr D C Holman who SlauJhterofThursday of consumption egad about 21 She had been married lose than a year The husband started with the remales to Crab Orchard at ease but tbeS day t Inhethen Brodbuad Rookcastloa thriftiest thrivingbushpeedozen or so lumber firms a largo flour mill and several blacksmiths shops 0are money making Institutions Mr JIG Frllha retirement from the grocery business caused some surprise and no little regret but clever feed Hamm 01Prltbcress and proving to thu people that ho DarvoDunnwarm competitors They also have a store at Hlatt three miles from town which Is managed by Mr Conrad Hi att and which has been a success from the alert J Thomas Cherrys store I e always a busy place and he SOUl stack S theyearOletown Adamet Albright the latter the clever Ed Albright get their char e tho business and are good men t with R S Martin la the oldest merchant In town but bo la thoroughly genI ho does tbo handling of tobacco Wood yard l Hilton aro doing so much bust non that they have found It necessary Harryliftmanages the business for this en oungInand he la ono of the popular business splendidhotelex Crab Orchard young man and J H Albright ono of tbo pioneers of tows perdayan East End man assists Mr Collier at clerk at bis hotel Both hotel pro prietors have livery stables whcro good rigs can be secured at reasonable rate Mr Collier la also an extensive lumber dealer J G Frith St Son are big lum ber men and they do ail extenalvo bus iness In toga lumber posts telegraph eon telephone poles Frith S Collier another tlrm has shipped 125 cars of telegraph and telephone pales from Brodbeail slnco Sept 1 There are now somo 30 or 40 cars of various kinds of lumber in the yards ready for ship went Mr W H Pcttua ia the elll clent depot agent and ho Is a most ac commodating one His assistant Is Mr J R Cass who has been with the com pany for years i I NICE assortment of shopping bag Lalso a nice lino of fobs W H Muel tar ONE tourthshares of tock In the Lincoln County National Bank for solo This stiles WILL sell millet bay at 35c per 100 for a few weeks to reduce stock IL Baughman fc Co TilE regular meeting of tbo C W B M will be held at 21 Mln the lect uro room of the Christian church Wed nesday I nAVE decided quit handling onlyr8 to in this section R B Wilkinson T C newpMacock blue suit with brass buttons la about tbo fanciest one w bavti eVer eeen Aa a dresser Tommy Is out of sight any way allRememberThough like a lion or a lamb To shut the dour behind Her Philadelphia Record I Love Is unequally yoked with sickness bylovelighten pain or relieve Many a man looks sufferingwi1lng to aid her and able to do nothing Sometimes however the husbands attention is directed to Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription and its remarkable cures womanly ails cues lie maynot have much hope of a cure but is to try the medicine with the result that in almost every case there is a perfect and permanent cure Dr Pierces Iavorite Prescription cures irregularity It dries which weaken women heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness As a tonic for women who are nervous wornout and rundownFa write Prescription is unequaled la aawer to your I will aymp wife aROTitrrotpect St WdMst J We hare tried the skill e doctor She took gal lone of medicine during the time she wu until I wrote ta you you told ui what to do She Iou taken boltlraof Dr Plercea Fa vorite Prescription and six of the Golden Med tat Dtacovery She lOIn do her own work now and can walk around again and U quite iraart n Favorite Prescription has the testimony of women to its corn plete cure of womanly diseases Do not accept an unknown and unproved substitute in its place Dr Pierce s Pleasant Pellets Invigor ate stomach liver and bowels THE PARISIANI MM nettle V Logan hat rented the rooms over watt A TrlbMoti store Danville Ky and will convert them late Panhlonable DroMMnklnc 1nrlorg She will bo ready to receive order by tho first of April and Invites tho ladle Stanford to Inspect her work Mutual Pool on Future Events Tho Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Brook lyn and Suburban Handicap American pooleltwoooTICKETS ft EACH particularsddMUTUAL SWEEPSTAKES ASSN KyReference STATE OK KENTUCKY 1 Lincoln County f CountyJmlgemin County sad Stile 0 are benb thnt I will at a timeItreu tb KeatuckyItltlon to pal from prlton one LewU Lynn bribeLlneo1nState of Kentucky Lincoln roundC LYNX We Jamr P llalley and llarrey Helm r Tctirely County Judge andCouatytltorueyotLln coin County hereby eerttfvthat th foregoing no t1esltaedLpJ l nawutbb dap erred 00 Attorneyem u Blue Grass Nurseries SIUINU OF 1002 Fruit and ornamental tree grape vines asparagus small fruits and everything for lawn and garden Wo have no planterU Ky JG L CARPENTER W G W1TIlERSt L Wall Paper beautiful t grades allfMattings new imported goods Iron beds folding beds sofa beds Withers Furniture Co Stanfordr ITwoBarbedWire i StovesRangesFull stock in nil departments Fresh fruit every f- week r Bring us your produce Phone orders r given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR COICorner Opera House Block Nicks Garden Seeds are tho best on the market itlt 180V Ij tt W utc8o 0 tI Ii aitnlau lye e i b s iIi ltp l atIL el v I Manss Shoes gj tmNone1a j fOnly three things considered in the manufacture 0- t stfie of shoes Price Style Service In the Ennss we have all of these If mI iOJIr P 117 i iNeatII n aril brand of shoes on the market today r will give you more service than iM the Manss Sold by J tlH J MoROBERTSe tortee a e jt II e fa 4tt ld ttrt i wr Yt It iii i id ts H 4 i Wtlf1miif Vjg Quality is never sacrificedItto price IZeigler Bros I Fine Shoestg Ladies who want shoes that look well feel well j and wear well should not be satisfied 1 with anything short of Zeiglcrs Shoes and Slippers m Sao the one strap two s- iirnp and threestrap i f j5 Southern Ties Oxfords Colonial Tiesfor ladies nnd chltJrcnfi BennytoWearea1Goods coming iu every day Come in and see them j 1 Severance Sons New Store JLINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J D Paxton J D Owiley S H Shanks W O Walker OeD W Carter Successor to The Farmers Bank k Trust Company and under same continuouslylIfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually beneficial Officers s n SHANKS President J B OWSLEYCashier W M BBtOIIT Asst Cashier II- Leave yowl Prescriptionswith BestMaterialmanshlp CRAIG HOCKER i 4t1 lORJOURNALI leondclati matter It i pablLhaTtaoaalyid hYldr4 i n 1 PERYEAR CASH I t AVbennotsonudm80owlllUecbsrged I Ii EEIl- a t KNOXVILLE DIVISION j ri No 21 Train going North MM 113319SSOatU r 2o28 M I NoM t South M1ZBJ a m No 2a II 1292 pm r rForill folnu 1 lKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION at1SSNo 4 lava Stanford a m No fiarrlres at Stanford t Irtara I No 21 leares Stanford atr l30 P m R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Officeover Higgins tic McKinnoy StorI Telephone No 4S McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinney Ky Makeand keen constantly on band the best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chlck en Feed C Prices very reasonable Out tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy Miller APPLE TREES Five dollars per hundred closing price for Apple Trees at the Ream Nursery Casey county By V B MOUSE Hustonrlllo 1 BROWN fi BROWN AttornoysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldj SOMERSET Room 9 KY practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted a COAL- I have decided to remain at Rowland this t winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion ot your patron age I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L HELTON Rowland Ky MONUMENTSGPI RE ZINC 1 1 White Itronza + to Mono lu the monument business what tbe improved dJp ead sow f log machine Is to the old method or f the car U to the old stage couch It Is the advanced thought of tho age It Is Indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of your ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap Please hold your order until you 7canInvestigate It J CMcWhortert Agt OKAIliOUOIIAHD KY J+ G+ 1YJcGJJA Y UNDEBTAKBE E91BIXMER And DealearIn I B dBNESf SA DDt1RY C I Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye Bpocli list of Louisville will be at St AsnpU ftlotcltStasiforcI llonhj and Tuesday April 7Bi r Dont best andfriendyourZlaisei beet your chlldrena eyes Once hours 9 r m to 8 p m s 1 Rain and iwtal hoe no effect harness treat rjIb Eureka H nru Oil 1 1 r dampkeep er soft and plU able Snlihu da not break No rough car face lo chat and cut The lames not- colykeep new but like wean twice taion Terywlere a IlatnesOi- Sold uClfEurrh i the In caasall tlm v Made by- Standard Oil- Company d tNS L FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager A S PRICE BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Ollleon UeUoberti Drug Store In tbs Owilei lloUding J H BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brucos Old Stand Depot 8U STRIFORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Travel Ing Men Phono No 08 BEAZLEY HAYST- JITDEBTASEBS ALSO DXALXU l- affrurnlturcMattingsRugs And Wall Paper they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of ERICK i And Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For Prices HIC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and your buggy carriage or wagon lIrstclaslstyle Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed You can have your old vehicle made neW for very little modey J II QUEER Stanford Ky EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County and a Business IIoOso dt Other Desirable Property in Stanford As Executors of the last will and testa ment of John S Murphy Sr deceased we will at the front door ot the Court House In Stanford o- nSaturday May loth 1902 sell at public auction to the highest bidder these parcels of real estate which belong to the cxiate testator to wit 1 The business bouse and lot on the southeast corner of Main and Lancaster streets In Stanford which Is now occupied by John Bright Jr k Co 2 The tract of about 40 acres of land situate In thesouthwestern part of Stanford 3 The farm of about SCO acres of excel lent land situate about 3i miles from Stan ford on the Huatonvllle pike This farm will first be offered In two parcels one of about 180 acres being that part On the north side of the pike the other of about 60 acre on the south side of the pike Then the farm will be olTered as a the best bid In the aggregate accepted 4 A parcel of about 250 acre of knob land near Highland Terms of Sale Onefourth cash remaind er In one and two years with Interest from date svcured by lien retained The purchaser to get the proportionate rents frwn day of sale and full possession Jan 1 1903 The purchaserjof the 160 aero tract on the pIke Is to assume the payment to Mrs Mary J 1100 quarterly during herliifebutnolonger l For particular call on John S Murphy noatMcliinney Ky Salo to begin at I p m W R J S Murphy Executors I LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Six broke mules for sale J B Owl Icy StanfordeA G KaatlnnJ sold to Joo Jordan a mare for ISO M S Haughman sold to Lutes lCc 70 sheep at 14 Will Cordler bought ot M S Baugh man a maro for 1u James Duddorar bought a black geld lug In Garrard for 8125 R E Lee Sims bought ot Dr Stecli Bailey a holding for 8125 I have 12 broke work mules for salt J A Given McKinney Ky St FOR SALE 25 extra nice butcher oat tie G A Swlnebroad Uubble 3t FOR SALK Two fresh cows L L Doty Stanford U B Wilkinson bought a lot of butcher cattle of various parties at 3 to 3Jc FOR SAL Pure bred Brown Leghorn eggs Mrs K B SwlncBroad Bubble 3t Too good work mules 4 to 8 year old for sale C T Bohoo Uuitoc vllle Ky tf O B Chenault ot Fayette sold to Schorr the Memphis brewer five colt and two fillies for 86000 Seventeen race horses with record of 214 to 232 burned near Detroit slob causing a loss of 835000 Garnett D Ripley has sold his tarn near Eminence on the Frankllntoi pike to Ed Bush of Shelby county for 825000 FOR SALE Four fine largo mart mules 3 to 6 years old 10 hands Out very extra pair Dood Se Carpenter Bustonvllle Ky 2i Ella Harmon sold to W A Pent live mule colts at 855 J ten Bruci delivered to Cogar k Davis 3000 pound ot hemp at 5c Advocate I Westminster stock farm until ro cently leased by Senator Bailey was sold to J N Vaughn at 81GO It was the property of W J Chancellor J F Cook ot Lexington bought ol J W Baugbman 100 sheep advertised In this paper at 8300 Mr Cook wants to buy 100 or so good owes and lambs M J Farris soldto Simon Well 1W cattle at 8460 weighing 743 pounds Farris S Denny told a harness gelding to Dr Elkln ot Atlanta for 1300 CourierThe and pedigree ot W M Dodde good Gambetta Wilkes stallion Gaston appears on our fourth page Read It carefully and If you want a horde that breeds speed size end action bear him in mind Read carefully the description and pedigree of Dignity Dare which ap pears on our fourth page He Is a grand horse in every sense of the word and U a proven breeder of style size action lad gall Two of his colts have come his yea and they are beauties J Carroll Bailey has a fine string of ale horses and ho will send a couple of hem to the Hudson sale at Louisville Mr Bailey refused 1200 Saturday for a gray gelding be bought several weeks igo for 895 His combined mare Mary la one of the handsomest animals In the State Aj executors of Wm StI all deod ye will April 2 1002 at 10 oclock sell following personal property Four Jacks 3 to 9 years old 14 to IS hands ilgh 7 mule colts 5 mares 2 horses pair work mules bull and tome cowsGO or 75 bushels wheat lot ot loose hay bees and extra hives farming Iraple nents Terms made known on day of ale T D English auctioneer W W Green and Mrs Mallnda Sllgall executors 4t OO KogN9 Ngtitty- yHo for DallasI i U V C Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 2jth CENT A MILE1 i Finest trains in the South THROUGH TO DALLAS without change on Spe cial Confederate Veterans Trains from Chattanooga and intermediate points Should enough butlncn materialize Dallas will also bt run fromkentuckyand Tennessee points Stop Overs en route are allowed on Q C tickets Choice of routes via New Orleans or via ShreveportIAsk Ticket Agents Queen Crescent Route about rates o4 schedules Free maps anj books sent fOr the asking e w nil oiv POD AT CINCINNATI T awl re f CT A ItMIKOTON aV iJO Cow c I a ewanae0a Taw a a miCMN T p aamxM M Al- Awr MURPHY we mnitnaoN INL Maw aDR OINL PAaaOH AOT CINCINNATI 10O Nbolq y5 Eagle Bird This tuagnlGcont Saddle Btalllon Bnd UDeqftalcd premium winner will make the season at my place at 10 to Insure SWEET WILLIAM the noted Jao will stand at 88 to Inlure living colt Sea mo for terns as to grass etc E P Woods StnnF- orcPRESTON 922V- ol 11 Solid bay black iolnts IB hands hlghBi style Sired by Washington 54 Washington SI was lreJ by Comwoll bo by Washington Denmark lie by Onlnc lionumrk bo by raco hone Denmark lit dam by llalcorn 2d lam by Crusader ad lam by Cockspur 1rratoni 1st dam UeUe by Uhoderlck 11 2d dam by Denmark Belle the dam of Proton wu a notoo show maro It Is noodles to commend 111m as he Is one ot the finest show lionc In Kentucky Ills colts are coming to the front and bringing startling prices lr08ton won the lloeo Saddle Stoke at Richmond aud many more rich once Proston will serve mares at SII to 10Bure Ulug colt Will keep mares on grass a- ell a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky E C Walton President L R Hughes Secretary Treasure Control Kentucky Real Estate Eichanii a TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1flee sad lot le Slankrd6Te roemlwl porch ID the rrr geoII r4eo goal naa ego5 to ehurthrt aid febeol t1 fwd lor m U an fly iris 5O No 2 Swill farm a7 ami Smllft trot Slot ford llomtol f rgeo l roomi bilk Irreh sod I- uraDdL r1no1 barn sad ether 110 fa 11repair Cut In six lelda well freed a4 sera Ia cultlTatlon an sera In fruit trees rat la in Nought at mmnltaloiivraiiale at bargain ant a be said at bargain Clone to wheel char Priea tat per acre Lead adjoining said ferf Wand 645 Thlal barg ln No 2lfeue anS lot In Stanford llsuw rrt taint flee rooks Hoed stable and s arras ef 111d well fenced One of prettiest bttUdlrtf toll In towa room enough In trout frtweother oattaitoa w a I story front owUd U built to the foliage aad be made a beaatlht home Will bold cheap aa 1t- oowner aauat hue money No 4Two dwelllnc 1 reama h11 aodTeianda Iuolgrds feoctag suit heats I good repair For ails or rest Prlee 1- tINoIIIad Ut la Staafard ThuD eew and troet porch Oed udro sod steW usa rpelr Will be sold aheap No 7 HMM sad let la Staahrd I tariM I moan Oval garden woke sad awl bouica oa11 UW o 8 Paof M lens 2y milea tram Stan lard on aunty road M aaira In eatltlTatloa lMeB In pasture I peed ank r4a gel reat la tlwWr Tw wall cottage Seed bata fled eitbMladhi wilt watered ami Ie aaad 11oaD b- beoghtatyourprkvuonerjlv la lareMa sad rust haie money No It AtrkofSVi eleer mUea frara Slaa lord an best pike In the 1 Sbt site Ii wheat 40 In earn a In tlrettCInktsandNI- n Sue ass 1leat la six Said well eared well watered nefer allag well set aarlac twe rood peed To dwr41la Dead tiaras sad set- Lalldled Praats pike far tamsiurtan af ilkboth dwatllnn betag on 4ka hell ere tad eooajih Umber ta uaka 111119 pest A ipkiH Mitegrass fane and OCT W navies drtie free the wvaty Hit Owner el tae farsa adjalalrc bbl has ell refused IM ner aera We alr Ink a- In t M per act No 10Ooltaga en Mate Strict Stanford flow t buelat pertlou el town iTeruams Te Dda tall sod load repair ad nice pees 101 will fatallyC t owaervea II WO ws ofler It forfllMNollW aerea bad with Becesury Irpv- mnt y mile froM Slaatard Uwrillag bas too roowt noels hall and porah Large bare saaok bouse etc WCOII watered and read aad bundls In goad repair lrl a reasseabee NellVeIIorMIL reek hall aad porch wreanary outbulldlaea sod idea Also large Iwo lory store room Kiev kit lower too with rotiBten slider ata W ter la dwellliiga ditorerooia alo rioters and well oa pier SMM let backer store One mile frem titaaterd llalldlM In dood rei lr and dwaillait originally seat to l store over 11100 tyll fn taN at- wll rent or sell separately No lawo aero Err jj rile of Crab Orchard Ky Brlrk dwelling S ruums two resist bausfi two tamps well aril alfI g near taw li acreelseugh state cultlTatWn 1W halite land good fencing fruit ate Irlca JeTot aa car No UIOOct8oll1I 1 OB Laaeaiter street 10 Crab irehanl opfoMla prlnc Ingrata no Im proTements exrept large atock bun abuadan a e- twkwater 1reltleat bulkllng slta la town Irk1000 No ISA nice collage sod lot on Lantaste treat tunlonl 7 mows good cittern eta Coot M00 will sail for S10UO No 18400 seres of land la Jladlwn county or Richmond and 2 uflea a Kingtenltaz between Dig 11111 trp hIBd NundlTarrU Plant of soul water sad one of Inaat one PrlOIlIIl henlucky In yard 1lre steak farm III the ullot1 kr the money Irlra fM rwr acre No 17A form of le acre near HuilanfllU Dwelling of right rooms ball veranda etc 088 tenant boos Hock barn large tolaera barn aDd other outbuildings list rn and ajaod well In tb iard and water In 0 Geld an the place Firs out In aaren Belda and Bntelaaa land No S0Fanu of IM aerreItudel near Till Ky 00 aclo cv11lallan 86 In tlmbeMeal 10 mm well watered two good barns and atbe lutbulldlngs good repair lwdllnneentarallrs11 new li within 300 rhool loatotilce and C Ii deiiot Property lies on pike and county road sod II the most dalralfl Inn In that aecl Ion Wi will aell the whole fa rut lor n 40U or la parcel of not les than W urea to ultpurrhuer certainly cheap property No 6SFarni of 75 area near WON Jwelllnjfjgood ban etc Welt watered fcndnl Produatlve lime lone land In KooSoeiiilinrhood eloaa to mlioo tod on good road lrlce87W No 84 Alarm of31 aerea In Lincoln county rhree good dwellings 3 good darn and other out lUlldtDgt each house barn etc stout the write oC JOO aerea All on eo unty road H mile tutu burcb school and poitofflee lays Und well ratered Tbli la a good tobiooo ann and would nit two or tbra families that might want to cow from tbe urns neighborhood Trice reasonable No 5SA farm of IM arm In Casey county K- Ooe sat onehalf story dwelling with sit rooms COO barn anti other outbuildings bitty pares In ulllratlon 45 scrts In Umber tree ota JS well on rod close to Churches cbool etc ITIce only 400 No 66 Farm ol US aces In alory frame dwelling two good bunmother ullmllillrgs In rod Splendid lobiora Iad and In good community at ItKiO No67 Kami of US acres In Casey county A aew two tort S room frame dwelling and old welllozln lalrcodlllon llarna and other out ulldloga On county rod aptendld Uibaero Indwell watered two wella spring etc This la a de table howe 1rlcc tliO No 63Fltly acres near Pleaaant Point Kj tame house 5 rooms and porch Barn and other utbulldlngi 3S aerie In cultivation rest In tint ller Well watealaOlyardruns pontoiricMcJool and church liya well on plka In good sent unity IMceffiW- Wabara buyer fur JM or 300 acra farm alluated om one to three miles from town Also buyer Tor Ihut 100 acres situated from one to four tulle from town with or without improvements Also a buyer for so ISOOO to 510 000 tams close to town No IS Four houses and Iou In llowlsnd Ky- rise 5100 each- No 19 OOS acres of land near Crab Orchard eheapNo 20 Twostory house 0 roouii hallTeranda 12 aerea iplendld land adjolnlngln Stanford Ircp rt In water and III1M In hone cia rnatdour neultrul bOIU lrIce3000 DontTakeTillsl jTheytempormly bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the Internes execute their natural functions H II caused bYUlhartltS mpclsI j cotfinunlilncl Increasing doses to j attain resultsij ChillsCj i J I riTTY CENTS PER TOTTa MILLINERY DISPLAY I1ho Clws AVhcolcr Emporium is showing tho now est creations in Ladies and slats Come hero for your Easter Mats DISPLAY ON APRIL 4 AND 5I 1 You arc invited Spring line complete in every I department Prices always bed rock e shades 10heeAer bmVOTm HUSTONVILLE KY I CARSON PENCE DKALKHS n y Carriages Buggies Phae i tons Wagons Buck boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy compotitionI See our elegant line ot Lap Robes First National Banksr Capital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 The Institution was aa the Depoalt Hank of Stanford In IMS then rear anleal as the National hank of Stanford in ISM and again reorganized uthe First National Hank of Stanford in JSfif having bad practically an uninter rupted extstenf e tor la Than It li tatter supplied now with farllltlea for transact leg business promptly and well than ever before In Its long IxworiiMe career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J S UOOKKR 1rwst J J McUOIIBUTS ChitaY II WBAHBN Rk- prDirectors P Rid IJiwsoln Co 8 T Bard Lincoln Oo J8 looker Lloooln Oo W P Walton Lincoln Oo J 11 Onilier Crab Orchard M U Klmoro Stanford 811 Itauehman Stanford T I HIM Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Ilaugbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford MURRAY McADAMS DANVILLE LEADING JEWELERS DANVILLE The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky lVo are also Graduate Opticians and can lit eyes scientifically and correctly Three yourjenced in our repair shop isfaction guaranteed AVe sell Gorham Silver t Special price this week on washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers GEORGE H FARRIS CO We handle the Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterlingiand Eagle BuggiesrA better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition- If you want the best buggy madeI come see our stockCHiggins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY